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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 31, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing.Mr. -Look for W. W. Luce's ad,page 8. NEW FALL NECKWEAR at Rhodes'. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS, CERTAINlines AMONG THE HOTELS.
Monday J. R. Walker A:
Emmitt Field,'of Indlanola. was NEW LINE OF FALL SHIRTS JUST '-Judge Isaac A. Stewart of DeLand, enquire -

\.nd Topics of General Interest. a visitor In Titusville from Saturdayuntil opened! at Rhodes', Titusvllle. was a visitor in Tltusville taut Saturday, Co.Mr. Where to stop along tho East Coast '

Monday. a guest of the Indian River Hotel. and Mrs. C. 0. Burgoyne, of bee list of hotels on page 7.
-Mr. Henry M Flagler, will visit I the New York, arrived at their Daytona

THE ADVOCATE -Capt. J. McLean, of Jensen, was a East Coast some time in December, on a -Mrs. S. F. Travis and Mrs. W. M home last Wednesday Where to stop In Titusvllle See\ Titusvllle

$1.50 per annum in advance. passenger northbound, Sunday, en routeto tour of Inspection.Mr. Hindle, of Cocoa, were visitors, In Titus hotel ad on our 7th page. 4
-Mr. T.. W. Halle of this place has
.. ,
S1:. vllle for short while.
$1.00 alx month, Augustine. and Mrs. Robert W. Sims of yesterday, a been at Vero all the week, where he is The ADVOCATH Is now on file at all

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Kf- Wo cannot guarantee to publish Jacksonville have been guests of Hotel -Mr., T. T. Stockton manager of tin In charge of Mr. leo. W, Scoblo's Ash the best hotels In New York city

' When you subscribe for the ADVO- items that do not reach this office' before Marlborough, New"Yoik, for some time Times-Union and Citizen has returnedto business. The Dospland Hotel, Daytona. Fla.,

ATH by the year, it does not cost you noon on Thursdays. past. Jacksonville, after a delightful visit to -Capt. A. W. Bale, traveling freight will open for the season on November 1.
New York.
(tree cents per week, postage included. -Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished cot- LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR SUIT- Agent of the Florida East Coast Railway,
Mr. O. D. Soavt
fine
Note date of expiration printed upon tage, In South TltuBvillc, Is for rent for Pants or overcoat, with J. R. Walker -Mr. Charles C. Converse, a former was.a visitor In St. Augustine the first business at the y report n autumn

our paper or wrapper every week. This the winter. Apply at the ADVOCATE & Co., agents: for Continental Tailor resident of Eau Gallle! but now of Havana of the week. Hotel in Lenox Mass. new Aspinwall

'''I a receipt for your money. No need ing Co, they guarantee satisfaction.Mr. Cuba, was in New> York, several -Dr. Ilarwood Huntington, of New ,

.r us to send receipt for subscription.- office.Mr.. John Myers, of Daytona, arrived S. G. Vanlandlngham, of the days this week. York, expects to visit his orange grove at Repairs are being made to the Abby

['he date gives it to you. In Titusvllle, last Saturday, on a visit to Bond Lumber Company, Miamiformer!} -Messrs. O. C. Bourne Boston; andR. Lyratta, about the first or second weekIn tine.Hotel,The on St.addition George has atl'eetIt.been/: .built Augus to

TUB :EA-ST COAST ADVOCATE Is onile his family. He returned to Daytona on of Titusville, spent from Saturday until S. Nelson, Jacksonville, were among December the south aide of the hotel.Mre.Prissierishaving .
. at the following news-stands, at fire Monday.Mr. : Monday in town shaking bands with his the arrivals at the Indian River hotel,
Mrs. 1C. J. Burns and Robert
son
onts : friends.Mr. Titusvllle the Hotel Valencia '
per copy and Mrs. A. N. Mathers of City many yesterday. Burns of Canaveral arrived In rltusvllle -
Tltngville-B. R, Wilson & Son. St. Augustine In thorough order
put
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. Point, after spending a few! days visiting:{ Eugene Rumph, of Miami who -Mr. J, R. Parrot, vice-president of on Wednesday, and are guests of Mm. for the coming/ season., After the house

," News stand, Union( depot Sheriff and Mrs. J. P. Brown, returned ban been on an extended visit in several the F. E. C. Railway, has been combining Geo. W $cobie. has boen renovated new furniture
returned home Northern cities for business with In New York ,
Monday.Mr. some weeks was \ pleasure ,
-Mr. J. D. Price and family have returned fixtures: : and fuintshlngs.will be installed.Mr. .
W. N. Hendry, of the firm of passenger on Saturday's southbound for a week or so. to Ormond. They report a very
Reading notice ads. are ten cents train route home. Chas. R. Cretghton of the
>f en one
ITendry A: Goldsmith Fort Pierce, who -Miss Lillian Turner, of New Smj rna, pleasant season at the White Mountain
, line this new of Hotel Colonnades Sea-
ior on page. had been visiting: in Titusvllle, for sever -Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Peck four chil- who has been visiting for the past week lotelll of Anderson & Price. managers ,
nioeze Fla. who has In New York
NTW LINE OF PATENT LEATHER al days, returned home on Monday* dren and maid, were passengers on Tues with Mis. B. R. Wilson In North Titus .een
-Rev. L P. Htndry of Palm Reach for a while Is now at SeabreeBO
,
gritting
and'VIci Kid Shoes at Rhodes'. day's southbound train, en route toRockledge. vllle, left, Monday, for her home.
-There will be a regular meeting of who has spent the summer at Owenby, the house In order for the coming season.
where Mr. Peck Is -
-Mr. Franz LI of Cocoa was .Inritusvllle of No. 11 Order of now getting Miss 'Neuee D. Rowe the dancing N. C. yesterday's
pp. Friendship Chapter hotel was a passenger on
Mr. A. Loomis
his the Plaza ready for S. chief clerk of the
a couple of days the first of Eastern Htar, on Tuesday afternoon nest. opening. teacher, accompanied by her mother, southbound train, en route home. Hotel Alosxir, arrived In Jacksonville.a

he week. at 3.fXo'clocksharp.: A full attendanceis Mrs. Rowe, were passengers on Wednes
I -The merry-go-round which had beenIn lust week, and will spend a few weeks
requested especially the' ladles. -Letters patent were granted at Tallahassee day'a southbound train en route to In-
,
-Miss Beatrice Sanders of Indlanola, Tltusvllla the past month or more, fishing and hunting prior to the opening
last week to J. B. dlanola where Miss has
las accepted a position alt a teacher In -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Feaster, I of West, Palm the Beach McGlnley with a class Rowe a dancing) loft on Monday, to the SOl row of the little of the Alcazar, at St. Augustine on
Company engaged.Dr.
/
he Miami High (school. of LaGrange, at the home of Mrs. Feas folks, and the larger ones, too. November 2(1.Manager ( .
capital of (23,000() to buy and sell furniture -
-Mr.-O. J. Zahnbauer, claim agent of ter's parents,_at Hardeevllle, on ADVOCATE October undertakers', supplies and articles J. M. Dixon is having the store -Mr. L. M. Murray, representing,: the H. E. hernia, of the Colonial
26th 11.02 The the of
[he Florida East Coast Railway, was a a daughter. of general meichandlse. building on corner Washingtonavenue well known firm of Marx Bros., Jacksonville and Royal Victoria hotels, Nassau, has
extends the happy and Julia street used Mr. G
visitor In Titusvllle, on Monday. congratulations to. by arrived In town yesterday, and I. closed his summer hotel at Bedford
parents. -Capt. Jack Lafiin, of New York F. Duren as a meat market, repaired and
merchants to-day. Pa. and will leave
!I'OR SAlX\ CHEAP-A FINE BARItone City, arrived In Tltusville on Saturday, put In first-class condition. Contractor Interviewing our soon forFlorida
horn, costing $25.00. Apply to Jf/! When answering advertisementsin and In now getting his houseboat the Hall has charge of the work -Mi's. N. S. Burnham Weal Palm and Nassau. He was In New
these columns would confer a York for a few days
"H. W." care ADVOCATE office. you Rose Marie, In readiness for a cruise on 'Bench, who has been In Washington, recently.
favor the advt. In the Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Hall and little
by saying you saw Indian river. The Captain's manyrfriendsare D O., for the pant month, was a passenger Parties wishing to \have a few day
-Mr. 'Forrest Baldwin, of St. Augus- EAST COAST ADVOCATK. By so doing daughter, of Braldentown are expeotedto
glad to see him again.A southbound, yesterday, en route hunting or finning on Merrltt's Island
this ,
me.iformerly of Titusvllle, was In town you will receive better attention from arrive, in Titusville, afternoon do
home. would well to at The
>n Sunday, greeting his many friends the advertisers.Mrs. Jacksonville man has Invented a Mr.! Hall will assist his father, Mr. E. W. where stop Wigwam,
Merritt
find
iere. xMrs. bottle which when once used cannot be Hall, la the Tax: : Collector's office, and OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT IS you can guides, dogs
Albine Brady ard Mrs. E. L. and plenty of If writ the
game. you day-
refilled and is : : to a make Titusvllle his with all the latest
now expecting reap expects: : to permanent replete seasons
Bert Parker, of Boynton, who Brady, of Tltusville, left Monday for At- before leaving. The Wigwam Hotel will
fortune. A stock has been home. effects In woolen and cotton goods
been the at Port lanta where Mrs. Albine to company send boat to Cocoa for
summer a
iaa spending Brady goes ;you, free of
feinted an.d the manufacture of the staple dry goods notions etc. etc
product ,
:luron, Mich., was a passenger on laat'aturday' have her eyes treated. Mr. E. L. Brady will at once be commenced.Mrs. Archdeacon and Mrs. B., F. Browu, No trouble to show them. J. n, charge.Mr. ,

train en route home. accompanied them as far as Jacksonville, who have been spending the summer at Walker Co. Horace R. Shares, whose marriage

Mr. ,J. H. Wynn of Fort Pierce and retained to Titusvllle on Tuesday.! S. A. Obsterhondt, of Green Ashevllle N. C., returned to TItuavlllejeslerdny. : was recently announced In the ADVOOATD .
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Cove Spring a sister of Me si'*. L. C. refeivuce the church O. A. nrnl wife
By to -Capt. Quarterman has been
.vho ban been spending the summer at -Mr. Charles II. Walton, editor the spending a few days In New
who and W. S. Bianning of thin place accompanied notices It will be seen that the archdeacon were at the Sembler Collage on TIlt'8day.Mr Yolk where ho received
iharpuburg, N. C., was a passenger on Florida EAST COAST ADVOCATE has hearty oong'ratIllaUuns
by l h.er little eon left Tuesday will hold services In Titusvllle to Tllusvllle to
next Quurluimun came from fl'lenda. lie
M. will
aturday's southbound train, en louteto been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. many
for their home after a visit of a month meet Mrs who has beenon
Sunday.Dr.: Quartet man, soon leave for Rock
.ila home. Holman of Dayton Place, Worcester ledge, to get Ms hotel
for a few days, left, last night/ for New with relatives and filends In this place R. A. Sawyer, of Nassau and a visit to her daughter, Mn. Johanaon, the New Rocklodgo/ la order for the
:Mr. T. Grot Ronald of Lotus House
vho- baa the Jan past three, months In, York.-Woicenter, (Mass.:) Dally Telegram Senator E N. Dlmlck has the contemplated his father have boen guests of Hole at Jupiter of Refuge.Mr. coining rush of tourists to Indian River.

spent Improvements to his estateon Marlborough New York for several -: JomesOilman of Ne..Uartforll
'few 'York and other Northern cities The lease of the Colonnades Hotel,
vas a passenger on Sunday's southboundrain -Mr. And Mrs A. P. Anthony ,and the east side under way and will weeks. Mr Sawyer U one of Nassau' Conn., accompanied his( cousin, Mis. W. Seabreeze, Fla, to Messrs., Palmer &

*u route home. Mrs. J. It. Anthony, of West Palm keep things moving until he shall have most wealthy residents, and bill son will M. Brown to Titusvllle last Saturday, Shares was effected by :JIatt J. Ward ACo.

Beach passed through Tltusyllle last beautified his place to his heart's content spend the winter at 2S: Craven Hill Gardens and on Monday be entto Miami, where ., hotel brokers, of New York.

ALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S FHOTOgraphio Sunday, en route home. Mr. Anthony, The Senator has much work mapped out London, England.The he will employed In Mr. Brown's new Messrs. Palmer A; Shares now have three

Gallery of Titusvllle, and Flashlights see accompanied by his wife and mother, The which will require is time'to oomplele'l Indian River Band will give a concert bank, the Fort Dallas National Bank. hotels Florida, the Magnolia. Hotel,
his samples Photographs. undertaking an
New> York several weeks to W has St. Augustine; the New Rockledge Hotel
to Mr. J. of
went ago In the Titusvllle Opera house on Crayford disposed ,
by appointment at time. expensive one, but the Senator is equal
: any Ills winter stock of goods for J Kockledge, and tho Colonnades Hotel at
something new. purchase to the occasion.-Lake Work News. Saturday evening Nov. 8th. A liberal his grocery store In Tltiiivllle to Mrs. ,
Always his Palm Head, West Palm Beach and patronage Is requested, as the boys will J. Norton> and Mr. S. J. Norton Is now Seabreeze.

-Mr. Wri M. Brown, president of the Miami stores. -Mr. Henry Egger: who has been lu have to go to heavy expense In' fitting the manager Mr. Crayford expects to The management of the Windsor Hotel

,lank of Bay Biscayne, Miami, left heren -CaptaloV.. M. Davidson manager of the employ of E. J.. Brady & Bro., ItTltusville the band for the Florida State Fair at move, with.his. family, to Ills place at Jacksonville, has. issued a very attractive

, Monday for the latter place, where hei the Terminal Station at Jacksonville, for several years, has decidedto Lake City. The admission is only 2Sots Canaveral, where he will spend the winter booklet advertising the advantage

busy superintending/ the building of Florida Is in town for a few days visitIng go to Miami and open a grocery store at lenst.Mr Of this splendid hostelry. Tho book U
-Mr. F. A. Morgan, of Tltusvlllo, has
ils new bank The Fort Dallas National about the tlrst of January. Mr. Egger
I his friends. Captain Davidsonis boss W A. Roblson assistant gotten out In a neat shape containing
many the the a typewriter In his new No. 10, nn at
:tank. building
owns now occupied by
of the old time railroad men of the the Insane pictures of the Interior ana exterior of
one Miami lie will have Yost. Tliis typewriter has about lei !State: Asylum for at
-Mr. G. T. Raymond, of Boston, who the South, knows every point of InterestIn this Laundry fitted Company In attractive more characters than any other typewriter L'hattahoochee, arrived In Tltusvlllo onWetlursdsy the hotel, along with a brief description

>was considerable property near Canav- his section of the country and Is a style,building and fill It with a up first an class stock of and another good feature Is I hat and onThntiday ho accompanied of Jacksonville with, which will doubtless

ral, was a pleasant caller In this office cheerful, companionable man whom goods Mr. Egger Is well known has It [Impo.slble to luck the keys when tlia Mr. Wiley I'edgetrof Fort prove popular tourists

>n Monday. Mr., Raymond was on his every one likes.-Boston Journal.Mr. ,. hosts of friends, and will no doubt ,com. more than one Is touched at the same Drum, who has been confined In the Tho Altamonte, the oozy and restful

ray to Canaveral and GeorgIana to In- time. Wo understand that Mr. MorganIs Titusvllle jail to the asylum.Mr. hotel at Allamonte
Robert Ranson is showing at the mand his share of trade In Dude's Me- Spring, Is to be
pect his property at those places. West : Beach agent for the Yost. opened the first of next and Mr.
freight depot, at Palm t a tropolis.Mr. Jeppe Sondergaard, of Perth month

-Mm.Wm. M Drown, Miss Louise sample carload of Dade and Brevard Allen Alnslte of the Hotel Lenox -Mr. A. R. Gladwln, of .Springfield, Amboy, N. J., who has been visiting bU Bate announces that he will keep It .

[Crown: and Master Mark Brown, of Titus- county yellow pine lumber, which !I" Boston with Mrs. ,Alnsllo has been visiting Mass., brother of Mr. S. N. Uliadwln, of father-in-law, Mr. I'. Nelson, of South I open until May 1. This I. three months

dUe, who have spent the summer with admitted by all who have seen It to the, family of Mrs II., J. Smith, at Tllusvllle, arrived In town last Saturday, Titusvllle, the pat three weeks, loft, on longer than the regular season of the

Mrs. Brown's parent at New Hartford, 'equal any lumber cut in the State. The Pompton Lakes N. J. Mrs.\ Alnslle was and will upend the winter on the East Wednesday, for his home. Mr. !Homier-: majority Florida, hotels but Mr. Bate
,
:onn., returned home on Saturday last, mills are lucaied at Wa Wa on the St. called home by the sudden death of her Coast Mr. Gladwln Is one of the most guard expects to return, to Titusvllle, believes that people would come earlier

(Ihelr many friends are glad to see them Lucia river and their timber supply la her brother Mr. Clarence Smith. She successful follower of !Sir: Izaak Walton about the middle of December and stay later if tho hotels were open for
,
Titusvllle obtained from both Dade and Bievard them. IIo predict a big reason for
n again. that visits this section, sod will, no
has the heartfelt sympathy of her friends, -The large boiler In the McFarland Florida.
of the counties. Duuont &: Mlddleton proprietors who A feature of doubt, keep up his past record this win
-Mr. Chas II. Walton editor old mill are many. particular Tent Factory wan shipped tills week, to
mills
of the experienced
VDVOTATE, who haa'spent the past nine are fine lumber sadness 1m added by the fact that her ter. Dupont, Fla., where It will be used by The Barcelona one of St. Augustine's

eeka In Botoo.Woroester and Nahant men, and are manufacturing father passed away a little over a year -Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng, president of the King Crate and Cooperage Co The leading family hotel\ Is undergoing: It*

slabs, the White Mountain of New true! to size. ago making this her, second bereavement the Naethlng-Leslle Tiling Co.. and a sale was made by Mr. W. ". Brannlng, annual renovation and will open for the

;Hampshire, and New York City, left the -The official ballot for the State and within a very short time.-Boston well-known restaurant owner In New acting for Mr. Wm. )I. Brown who !Is season of lOttMfK:!, between the middle

latter place Wednesday, on the Clyde county election, next Tuesdaydoes not Journal. York recently entertained a party offriend. Ui* present owner of the tent factory. and end of November Painter are

Steamship Comanche for Jacksonville. have any names of candidates for Justice Mr Edward A. Schroeder of (Including the AUVOCATH proprletoi Contractor: Hall put the boiler on the car. brightening the Interior while upholsterers .
tie is expected to arrive In Titusvllle tonorrow of the peace or constable. The reason son ex. ) at the Demoratlo Club Fifth avenue are busy with the furniture. New carpets
Mayor Schroeder, of Brooklyn, N. Y., New York. Mr. Master Illchard-Rohblns, second SOD have been and will
or Sunday.:! for this is that the new executive committee Naetblng expectsto purchased be
, was not furnished with the namesof who recently committed suicide near be In Titusvllle some time In November of Attorney and Mrs Geo M. Robbing, I old when the work In progress Is finished:
-W. H. MacFarland, the well-known Jacksonville, visited Titusvllle on two or met with quite a severe accident
such nominees If there were any. for a short wl.lle. A* he doe a restaurant yesterday Mrs. Ilaseltine I Is preparing for an exceptionally : :
,show who has been engaged by the three occasions. He was one of our afternoon white playing
man
"poppingthe
There Is no blame to be attached to the business on a large Male, feeding prosperous seanop and Is
Hate Fair management as superintendent subscribers, and we never thought he had whip" at the school nous*. It seems
old committee, as It was an oversight on over li.ooo( ) people a day and taking In making the house very bright and Invit
>! the grounds: at Lake City, arrived In suicidal tendencies. Ills father left him the that he was on the "tall end" of the
of and
their that the names were not certified annl.little\ sum over one a
Ucksonville yesterday and reports that part $23.000, and he had! the sole managementof whip and In the "oraok" he foil, and ing.A
committee. The vote half million dollar It will ,
annum
to tbq new per change In the of the
.
management( ;
he progress of the work on the State his deceased father's estate, valued at broke Ms collarbone. Dr. B. 1C. Wilson
small and scattering be that he has not had much
, in each Instance was so seen spare Seminole Hotel West Palm Beach took
air is most encouraging. Mr. over $1,000,000. He absolutely free summoned and reset the broken
grounds ,
was
time his hand weelt
that a complete record was not on Mr. Naetblng owns last Mrs. (31
place
George LaGrange
that be has built a half- from /financial difficulties and and tbU the -
bone
'IaeFarlandsays many at jrrltlog young mans
published and It was from the published one of the finest residences In west 72nd of New York
now being associated
rule track for races, which Is as fast a. wonder why he should put an end to his resting comfortably, but he will be -
reports of the election that the ticket street New York, but he has a warm with Mr.> J. C. Summers, who dur-
schedule of life. his last visit the
to ADVOCATE
my in the South. A fine During confined to his bed for several weeks.
, was made up. When you vote i It will be pot in hi* heart for Titusvllle and It. ing the past year has conducted the house
office he
ha he his
was accompanied
been by
ice* arranged- -
says. an easy matter to write In the name of brother-in-law Mr. Frank resident Lieut-Governor Timothy L. -Mrs. )I. A. Sprague, and 'daughter, 'In such a manner as to make it very popular

limes-Union. the of the candidate, and be sure to placean baD.t A. Arguim- Woodruff, of New York Htate, and a Miss Edna Berge, who have been spend- with the traveling. public. Mr. LaGrange -

CAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW AND X mark before the name when you have party of friends, will come to Titusvllle, lag the summer at their cottage at lies who succesBfully. conducted The

nobby Fall Hats at Rhode, Tltll 'lllle. written it. with Mr. Naethlng\ January to do a mar N. J., have returned to their pala- faamlngton and Park Cottage, at West

Gardner'. Flyer /little duck shooting. tial apartment., on Seventh avenue, Harem Palm Beach, last .

Wanted to Charter a'L'
A nice line of black Dress Goods 2":>ctio are Interested In sewing machines been entertaining many friends. Recntly. Arrern--by-the-S, L. L, and as a hotel-

If you have anything from twenty-five Refuge, 1,000 to J. .1.75: per bnshel. : $250; also dress pattern. In colors.Ltuttorlck New Home, $20.1)0) ; $:.iO 00, $.3: 00 And'fJO.fJlJ a very enjoyable TItuavlil.being lilt has a moat enviable record. Many .

vet up write to, "Box: : 42," Extra Early $:LAS: pattern free, with every dressat < ; New loyal, tJO: 00 and $&0.00; given by Mrs. Hprsgue/ mproveiuent will at once be made at

Inov Stuart:! Fla Wardwell Kidney $....75.. COou a yard and upward. ,Standard, .13.00 and $40 00; Blue Ribbon epresem-Hl by Mr. Cuas. H. Walton. As the HemlnoU, preparatory for a with

C. D. PROVo, Croquet Sets 8.:;>ct.. $IH.5O.:! Cash or easy payment, pedal Mrs. Sprague and daughter: will tourist season which will start In

2t Georgians, Flo. Initial lies, worth 3 cts :25ct: J. K. Walker fc Co. visit all the resorts of the East: Coast, November. New carpet will\ be ]laid
':imply Sugar and RIco Barrels C. A. GAUDS: Titusvllle Fla. the coming winter, going all far Mouth as and the halls and dining rooms are to be
: Miami, and probably to Nassauv for a newly I decorated. With such excellent

For sale. Address, Public Notice. Horse Wanted.A .while management the Seminole bas a right to
WALTER: A. MOORE, Launch for Sale.
expect full house tbrougout. the sea '
8 George St.,,Charleston S. C. Whereas my launch "Aha," has been cheap work home or mule. Have You Any neat Estate: For son.

attached and seized, and Is advertised to Length 2.1 feet, beam 0 feet. Standing Address, "CASJI," Sale?

Houseboat "Wanted. be sold at !:tibenJT Sale, at Jensen, Fla., roof and storm curtains. Mahogany 4t Care ADVOCATE, Titusvllle. High Grade alien..

on Monday, Nov. 3, IftrJ stated all being finish with Mahogany and partition I am just getting out my winter diets

Panted to charter on Indian River a the property of one George Wilson; I separating engine room from cockpit. of Improved and unimproved properties For growing I fruit and vegetables, nothing

looseboat, for the months of January or hereby give public notice that the said J.ookers under all seats. Panteaote,cork furnished douse for Jtent. for sale. Special attention given to properties / equals our clean. Dry Asbes. Potash,

,'ebrnary. Send full particulars and launch is solely my personal property, filled eusbingn." Hull copper sheathed. between Sebastian River, and the actual, guaranteed, A to 7 percent. For

,rice month to and that no one ha any claim upon her, 5 II. P. Alco Vapor Motor, safe and re- A seven-room house, five rooms completely : south aide of the St. Lucle River. close prlcvs, write to

per FISHER AMES .IR. or other property. of mine whatsoever. liable, aHa Kerosenes For further particulars furnished, for rent until spring. If you have anything to list call on or O. H. GirrixA Co.,

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1 GENERAL DIRECTORY.
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ih t,; and the troops gave way. hushing Confederate captain caned out to Ate

nfAIL1N oltJ \ pellnjell, the Confederates were caught followers, "Save your colors." Gould tf. S. &AXl OFFICE:

ll nXe5P\ by the tire ol'' Ronecrans' batteries. Tbe was hit in the breast with a revolver H. 8. Chabb,. ....

q force of the charge was broken by- the shot, but brought off the trophy IQ 'trlumpfi. W. .Robinson..,.,... RtlweR. \

I JfOf\ shells but some of the boldest Confederates v If you arq in want of papers to wrap !, Offlue at GatnosYllle,Flrldate> :elveo.

a sh.>d on into tbe Federal reserve The fight at the works of Corinth'did U.8. SENATORS.
umrnSt J.P.1'altalerro,........ .... .... .. "
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artillery. not last over an hour. The Federal I 15. R. Mallorr.; .. ..... .... .. .. Jarxwonrllls"
t 5INESSE : The bloodiest fighting of the day was Battery Powell was captured by1.a brigade VEGETABLES'vritc U. 8. CONQRKHSMEX 'wawla

!,,' little work boldIng of Price's but before ORANGES
at Battery Uoblnett, a Mlsaoulous
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your Robert W. Davis,. .. .
t lv; filii :l IGOdnx three guns, with a ditch in front ,' help could come up' td.j: old !'t the nssntlauts 15. )l Spar mau,........ ..".... .. I'Rlatk Tall1v::

atio five feet deep.; This battery was assaulted had been routed. By noon the I ", FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

again and again until the dead I Confederates were In full retreat Van ';,. u R. N.Dlmlok,Palm Bench.. .". I

Confederates lay piled in ranks before I Dorn drew his army south Into Mississippi for and prices. Printed as'well K, B. Raulerson, J"ort Fierce... ,ltel>re."tall'tenmtor,

It. When tbe head of the column at and It took no further part In tbe us samples EXECUTIVE: DEPAHTMKI.TWin.

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H -- -- ------ '. v- J 8..Jennings. ... to .
Jr.. .velno
G' Clay Cra'etorl..Seomtar% ,'
t.A. James B. Whltflelit,.. .. . ..... 'lii', .Star,
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I, JI ; Q dt.ITalalmq Wm. B. Lamar.. . .Attnrm-i .lIre'
'eneral
as plain.. W. N. .Supt. Public
lrl'tl'lIctton:
B. B. Mct-in....... ..Cumml 8lnuer Alrlrultu"
fc.. .. V ) C. Croom.....CIIIII. ", gmller. ,
J.Clifford R. Foster...... .. .Adjntanl""nol\I';
GJla, .... .... ...
fl '' Il ,. ""< : John Bradford, .8ur"enr-n""ol1ll:
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'' l.. 6'.w..w.mll. : R. 1C. Stone..... State <'hemht
: Office at Tallahassee, Florida
COMPANY
UNITED' PAPER ;
r SUPREME COURT JUDGES
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r ; .w Clilcl In.tlce
> F. It. Carters. .. .A oUute
: : FY = uuuu B. F.Taylor.... .... .... ... .... tnrdtn.,

Southern Office Atlanta, Ga. RAILROAD COMMISSION!

/ (7"fgi .r : H. K. Day, chairman......,. .. .. .. Om ueartlle
I ;T. L. Morgan. ...,
1 t A Hot Fight J. n.Brynn .. ..... .. ... ... .. lOtKiimnu?? :
: I John L.N8tlley! ,Jr., clerk. ... ",.' i JJit
We bave no connection with any other house Atlanta., I Headquarter and oitlce at TallahaiuiHa..

) i ir '.. I CIRCUIT COURT,
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MlnnreJonee.Tituav111e.Clru. ''d, i.ict_
pt At Corinth : J. D. HBKRV Orlanrto,:-VraRerntiiiffitimin. ,
Sprlng'l'erDJFonrtbIonll"y In A'II) I)
e Fall rerin-1'ourtU Monday In :Nm-; , '
:: 3 ::3 tt U COUNTY COURT
J ., Why the crou \1ng'tor some tlme'and advanced A. D. Penney. .... .., ....Counts tnilgt
at a slow trot across open ground James 11:. Andrews..i'rosecntingAttrrile
A. A. Stewart. .. ... .... .. .. Count f'lert)
[Copyright 1902 by Q, L. Kilmer.] Major ResignedCopyright directly upon the men on the ve- Spring Term-Soroud Monday In Mat

I Corinth Miss.., Oct. 3 and 4, randa. His action wads so bold that he Bummer Term-Second Monday' In An put.
was taken for a dog. There were two Fall .ferm-Second Monday In NotcmlJ.
P AT 18C2.( lienerul Carl Van Dorn Winter Term-Second Monday In l-obnta'J', .
attempted to wrest tbe great [ J903, by C. B. Lewis.] men on each side of the major but as COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD

prize of the valley;) from the Major Clayton of the Tenth native the beast came on it leaped upon the R. K. Mlm,Saperlntendent.Itunaveutnn,

grasp of Grant. The fall of Corinth I Infantry, India was a very obstinateman. veranda, seized the former soldier by Members: J. M.] Dixon, chalrman'rltnevilk;;
% the right shoulder and had turned to R. N. Andrew, Cocoa; G 1'. Platte,Fort IMerc. *.
(; 1' into tbe Laude of tbe Confederates One day wblle In his cups he

p s i iwould mean that Grant' victories at declared that he would spend three leap to the ground with him before COUNTY COMMI&8IOXEH9

v? Fort Henry, Donelson and Shlloh early nights In the Jungle simply' to prove any one suspected his'Identity. Then J. R. Walker, chairman, Tltusvlllo 'lohn B.

., I In the year bad been In vain. Corinth that the tiger was a much abused an! one man kicked him and another O.Mlot Jones,Indlanola Wood:ey R.;J A.. Conkllni Frank Hell;, Tlllnmn, Uhlu John city. .

1 I at the time was tbe advance post of ran}. What the major said when tight grabbed him by the tall, while A third Regular eeeloDe are held first Monday U' ew.li;

p the Federals In the soutUwest. Grant he'
4 (was'at Jackson, Term., and maintained matter how drunk he got, lie always growled and shook his victim, but COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .
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I a force of 12,000 at Bolivar, with an. 'clearly Temembered the subjects_ of would not let go. When seized, the .1,..D..E.Penney Tltl1avtlle.CountY.11:6'i'ltu8V/lie;. .. Pre Att:),,

other at Memphis under Sherman'um conversation.Next major cried out: A.A. AntJrew"l tueuJ\le? ., .,.Countv I'lerk',
J. F. Wooten Cocoa...... .. ....Tax Awe..
: >r.
'w' 5.e bering 7000. The garrison at Corinth day after his boast be made "My God, it's a tiger, and I have K. W. Hall,T\tUlvllle,. ... ... .. Tax r0|lector! .

mustered 23,000 and was commanded ready to carry .It out. He was In com been all wrong!I'" F. II. Hoy,TitUBTllle. ... .... Treasurer..

t I'k.' by ItoHecrans. Van Dorn, having unit. mand at the post' and there was no Those were his only words. In a J.R.O.E.Fret Mima, TI'u.v111e.CountySurrgor.Nonavonture, .. Snpt. Pull> lint.

;, 4 1, ed his own army with that of Sterling superior to order him. The subordinate few seconds the beast had him on the .J.-P. Hrown TIluiTlMe. ..... .,....,... Sheriff

., Price after the repulse of Price'at Iuka COLONEL ROGERS AT BATTERY ROBIKETT.; officers Individually and collectively ground apd was galloping off with T.J. Corluliutt,LaO range.! .Rep Istratlon Olllwr, ,

1 I I Sept. 20,. had over 40,000 troops in the --- ---- -'-- -'- ---. : ,,. appealed to him not to expose him. Guns were fired and men shouted TTTU8VILLE TOWN COUNCIL.

field, and he boldly considered striking campaign around Coriiith or the game his life, but he was firm as a rock and ran after the beast, but be J.M. Dixon,mayor; R. E. Mmln, jr., marabalaot
tax collnctor .S. Brannlng, clerk and
last reached the ditch Colonel Rogers ;
i t Y llemphia. Bolivar or Corinth. I General1 Bragg was playing In the Invasion "I said I would do it. and do it I paid no attention to them. He leapeda treasurer: John Henry; tax (.xaemtor. John K.

Fa4 ';. Grant was In doubt where Van Dorn leading/ the Second Texas, dismounted of Kentucky. ". will," was Ills reply, and It. la on record ditch six feet wide sprang over a Walker, E.A. Morgan, G. F.Duren, 8. O. V,.o.landtngharn .
and J. L. (rarruthnra ooiinoilmen
and, taking his flog from the
4U +i' k .>i' ", :would appear. A, large Confederate GEORGIA L. KILMER. that he did do It. fence and after a run of a hundred The council meets first Tuesday in each mouth

1 "A t r \ army was across. the border in Kentucky bands of a dead color bearer, the fifth Kurnool Is near the foothills of the rods over open ground be reached tbe TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.
to tall In the
desperate charge plantedit
? '\ and every Federal soldier that S All on Him.Phamllman Eastern mountains In the province of Jungle and. disappeared. Next mornIng -
O.M.Rohblns, J.M. Dixon, treesnret
upon the bank and stood by rallying predldent J
could be spared from the defense of his until he was eleven -You don't know how it Madras, and tigers were as plentifulIn a pursuit was made, or, rather an ,J. O. Bait,secretary. Meets locond Wednesday ..
Ml'tHtt.t' men pierced by the Jungles, as dogs In the street. Investigation. About 200 feet from night U each month at their rooms.
the Memphis and Corinth region was bullets. feels to have half a dozen mouths) to
i needed defend the line on the Ohio. feed. In that same year the civil service re- the edge of the Jungle what was left FREE AND! ACCEPTED MASONS

'; Grant and his generals must therefore Colonel Rogers fell in front of the Batcheller-;Perhaps not, but I'll bet ported flfty-flve people as having been of the major's body after "the tiger Indian, Hirer Lodge, rfo.!' 00,hold Its meeting
the second and fourth of each
I Eleventh Missouri That Friday *
evening
?w;;i34: fight it out with Van Dorn alone. infantry. regiment you I realized last night what It meantto killed by tigers. A. detail of fifteen bad satisfied his hunger was found mouth,at their lodge room, Indian nierhnBn"

'!' Both Van Damn and Price were vehement lay, .knelt, rather, out of Bight have at least a hundred to feed. men was sent out a distance of four and burled and that was! the end of at 130: o'clock p. m. J. R. Walker, W. M.I j
of the enemy; In rear of the battery. cut the and his F.A. Morgan,Secy.ORDER .
not to say rash, leaders in bat Phamllman-Surely you didn't entertain miles to a path and make a little man theories. His courage -

R tle. They planned to surprise Rose- The moment the force of the southern that many.BntcbellerMosgnltoea. clearing, and before nightfall :Major no one could,, gainsay, and that his OF EASTERN STVR.Friendship .
t; charge was broken the Missourians. should Chapter. ,No. U, hold Its{ mwtlnn:
Clayton 'rode to the lie had death come from tbe beast he
a i at Corinth with column and Philadelphia spot. no In the
crane one yes.- MaHoulo Lodge'room, Tltuavllle, on un
engaging him in his works, bring up afresh arose with wild cheers) and charged Press. weapons of defense and no tent. He was defending and for which he had first TuoBday in each month at 8:o'clock p,m j
; bayonets. But the dead in front of simply proposed toslt, at the foot ofa Sacrificed a military career made men and the third Tuesday. In each month at 7:JO
column to clinch the Victory. But o'clock p.m. The following are the offlora of
Battery Roblnett were not all Confed- tree all night and take his chances.It feel creepy when they rend or listenedto .
11 Kosecraiis was bold an well. When be Beautiful ComplexionsAre I the lodge! i Mr* O. Robblnn, worthy matron;
+ erates. At the beginning of the fight Is still looked In India as I the (deto'K. M QUAD. Dr. B. R. WilAim, worthy patron; Alri. N. R.
a' '1 r) hoard that the enemy was after Cor the' Ohlo'1a1' spoiled by using any kind ofjprcp-! upon Wilson, associate matron; Mr. F. A. Morgan,
Sixty-third about forty
1 inth, be marched his troops out to give station that illls the pores of the skin the biggest fool thing ever Indulged In tree,'nrer; Mr*. R. O. : 'r.leJ't'T::' ;: ;
rods In advance of the Missouri regi by a white man. Aside from tigers Mothers Mia ltateStewart, nonduotiets;
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battle In front of tbe works The best to clear complexion
way secure a Hughei, HHDoclatecnn'luotreiia. ]Mm. J. W..8oohie
4 Having made a long march, the Confederate ment. A cloud of sharpshooters preceded free from sallowness!, pimples, the Jungle was Infested with panthers, Who would keep their children In Adah; .1\1.8.J. R. Wa.ker,Ruth; Mm. F. A.

i were worn out and not In tbe Confederate column and bl.ttches, eto., is to .keepthe liver In good hyenas and cobras: and there did not good health should watch for the first Morgan. T., T.Esther: Wet:;more Sirs.,J.:Marshall r. Carnitherii Mlaa ManhqAirs. Zandlt:

t r condition for battle. Besides they took the Ohioans! for .their principal order. An occasional dose of Her bine seem to be one chance In ten thousand! symptoms of 'worms, and remove them Stewart, Iecta., ;

{ i hadn't formed lines when found target. So deadly was thin fire that will keep the disease tbe bowels, regularthe / that the major would come off with with White's Cream Vermifuge. It U

l.k they when the charging column headed by liver, and soostabllsh a clear, healthy his life. He did, though. He nobonly the children's best toaio. It get's digestion

'' the enemy across their path. Rosecrans' Colonel Rogers reached the little fort complexion. COo, Wilson & don! passed one night In the jungle, but at work BO that their food does them Application tor Tax Deed.

center division under General tbe Ohio regiment llad'entirely disap three nights, and he came out of gorwl,. and they grow up healthy and
s, j Davies was first attacked by three strong. 25e, at B. ft. Wilson tit; Son. OTICE 18 HEREBYY THAT C. F.l. .
h peared. When the Ohlouna arose to FRUITS AND FLOWERS. It without a scratch. While he made N
Confederate division Van Corn's tine rw Inir. purchaser, of Tax (ertllVate\o
rp' meet the Confederate onslaught, there light of the dangers there was no doubt 437,dated the 3rd fay or July A.1>.I8".lb '
was! so long that It overlapped Davles. were 13 officers and 275 men in the Land cannot be too rich or too mellow that his courage had been Too Smart. filed *certificate In mvotllce ,and. bite .malt
severely
( v and his troops fought heroically, but He wall one of those men who are application for tax dead to Inane in arronlanct,
I 4 line. More than halt of the men and for fruits.Manure tested. lie admitted that tigers and with law Bald certificate eraura ea the followIng .

j i, t u, ,had to give ground step by step. Everyone nine officer were killed or wounded, for the garden should be free panthers bad prowled about within a constantly trying to boat down prices," | deaorlbad property iltuated In Hrevara.,.
of his brigade: commanders fell said ii bunk ciihblir. "ntvt had evidently county, Florida to witl lot 3, Soi-tlon\
t 'l but the remnant, with the Eleventh from weed seeds.<< few yards Of him and that he had Townnhlp 2T South, Range| 36 Kant. Tie Midland
7 early In the fight. General Ilackleman I been lo Ik III,. mound for bargain
: hol ameHHed tba. date of the teem l <
? at !
Missouri, rushed after the Confederates The: head of a tree needs to be fairly fought hyenas with a club, but he was nit W nS
/twos! mortally wounded while rallying prices{ for his bill of cicbiiugc. When anoe of nuuh oertlllcata In the name of .
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fit with their bayonets at the end of open to admit sun and air for full Inclined to hold the situation In contempt Snell. Unless ata. certificate shall be redeemed
/+ f .L / the troops. General Oglesby of Illinois the last desperate charge. growth of fruit b*> presented It to me nnd naked the according to law, tax deed will lane tnereon OD
1 was/ shot down at the lam! time. rate I replied. 'One-tenth. of 1 per the Uth day of November A.1) 11X1!
One of the Ohio boys made the most The dahlias will never disappointyou. Unfortunately for Major Clayton, the Witness my ofHolal sienatcire an'lleallbl.Bit
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Some soldiers stooped to carry Oglesby desperate flag capture of tbe day. In Pink white, yellow or crimson, papers.published the
I from the field but he cried out: "Never 'Now, look here: he '::11<1. 'You are [seal] A. A. STEWART,
the last charge a gallant Texan tall dwarf or cactus. It Is bound to ing feat: and the brigadier at Mysore tlerk Circuit Court of Brevaril Co..Fit.'
mind mel Look too high. I have done 1 business In this
The Confederates
; yonder marched In front of the column flower. thus became acquainted with them. By O. A.Stewart,Ceputy Clerk.
'' had broken the line and bank for ten years and yet you charge -
were -
straight for tbe fort. lie was shot, and In the fall after tbe, leaves! have lIe forwarded a sharp reprimand back
to Corinth. 'Colonel Baldwin lue a higher rate than I can get from
rushing ;
on Publication.
ed by a threat and the headed Notice for
Private Orln B. Gould of Company U dropped Is generally the beet time for pig
leader of the Third brigade, also the Farmers' bank over the way. They
sprung forward; to seize tbe flag. A taking cuttings from quinces, but they I major: defended his position in- a report -
fell. will do It tor' onf'-l'Ihth. I If you don'tdo DEFAttTMENT Or TUB IXTrBIOH, I
This I'
+ Countless deeds of heroism were enacted may be tuki-n later. and brought about a breach It for that. I'll take uiy account overAll Land OHloe,at Oalniwville, Fla.,Scpta.19aa.:!! 1 '
iI'i ; I TIRED OUT.There' Heliotrope should nut be mixed with the culprit .was suspended from there" x Notice U hereby' Rlren that the following
on Davies' line, for it was in a other cut flo\\tTH- h'r. They decay duty pending an Investigation.:: He named nattier ha tied notice, of bin IntentionM
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forlorn hope to keep the head of the many farmer's wife sits on the might possibly have pulled through right/: ; I remarked. 'We will do make final proof in support of. his claim and;
illicitly and have a harmful effect that said before Clerk. l'ireu'COllrt
It for the maulsrate. considering that <.le
x / Confederate column at arm's length porch in the shadows of a sum the otber UoHwmmMyosutlK I again but for his own further actions.: at 'FttnevllleFln., on Nov let.. I lnlliEGeorge :
y, ( until nosecrans could draw his Hue mer evening,mowing to the full what it upon lIe returned to the Jungle and passed you lire uii old customer. D. Denmark of Tlutsvdle 'Ia... "i It

f r 4 t f back to the works. Lieutenant Maxwell is to feel tired out tu if there was not (fowtiuonoU: ) needs partial a fourth night( and then "Tbe bill of fxcliunge cost him COcents meld: ,for the 8KX: of Section 23 .TI'[ iS pruvehs, R :W!" ;
boldly eto
announced He the
name following w tne i
of led in tibudltiK hut t uoi tin nlnule of _a tree.
of nockleman's brigade rushed another ounce euort her. But In the public prints bis belief more than It would bad be kept eontinunna resilience. upon and cnldvatfonal
he' knows how Hant tiilliT,HowtTs around of Tit"""*
uuioiix/ or quiet. -New York Times.TO Raid land Til! N. W. Robinson,
forward Into the enemy's ranks and recaptured that no white man :'In India\ had J'1"!
1 sound her slumber rosebushes, and It will do well. ever Fla.; Kwlnif RloeLof Tltu vllle, Fla? ,
a regimental standard that will be and been killed by a'wlld beast. In the Cuyler,of JUlina. Fla.1 rt. C. T. Warren fFU. Mtoa
? v Llowsoms should be ROIIl 80:> Pl.nity of yt'lljw W. O.
# f had Just been lost. In falling back from how refreshed course of a couple of weeks ho got the Pub. Ian ltegleter.Notice. .
: I secured for ilue, << '" which lack sun- CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY laid.
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p) ? an old redan which bad been used at the morning will alternative of banding In his resigna- -

llt ;, the beginning. of the fight the Fifty find 1.r. That's f a lue- Yellow la g..od In almost every tion or of being brought to court mar- Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets; .
situation and la the cheeriest of tones. All druggists refund the If It falls
x the tiredness of ., money
second tial and he
Illinois left Private Murray sent In his papers. U) had .
alone behind the rampart. "It Is orders a healthy i GtHul cultivation causes an abun- not been clear of the service a week each to cure.box.E. W. Grove's signature In on NOTICE THlT

.; f t b to bold the fort to the last" he ex woman. But deuce of fibrous rots to be made. The when his death occurred. 23cts. l1 A Joe.CONCERNED P. Brown, a*TAKE Sheriff! and, ..*."Jf"'".

claimed. A Confederate captain demanded it'I another growth: of any plant Is largely, meas- On the great highway running from Administrator of the Estate of J.C. n OIg >iLL
;
w.ltln|[
thing for'the An Insinuation.Doris deceased has filed his sut(test Ion In
fibrous
ured the number of
by
1' Murray's surrender and whenIt sick woman to a roots. Its Kurnool to Bellary. Cuddopah and My -Yes, she was furious about the Insolvency; of the estate of said deea.e'tThereforea1persons 1'""*..Id

was refused shot him with a revolv feel tired out. a. sore as on other highways of India the way In which that paper reported mtate are hereby required havingclalmsIt to appear In.1. 41'

er. Murray shot the captain dead and Rest only seemsto there are government bungalow for her mn rrlatge. them propOTly; authenticated In my Court ODor
also a private who attacked him. increase her 1 YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARK TAKING the use of travelers. They are simplyshelter before the 4th day of April. 1UU3. D.IJ02.(
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Helen
Old ; A
It !allude to her age? ,Ordered this Win iu y of September
suffering. Just When you take Grove's Tasteless Culll *!, as must furnish .
every person
f Both leaders "one ,
H army sighed for Doris-Indlrwtly. It tilted than [Seal] A. D. PENREY
V in Tonlo because the formula I. plainly
hour more of daylight" when as profound his own food! and bedding. Major Ja"lC'
night putan County
"Silos: Olde and Mr. Tale lam-2Tnvar
silence a discord / printed on every bottle,show Ing that It Is : Clayton bad started to ride to were marred -
end to the battle on Oct. 3. In spiteof jars tile ,ear slmgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless Bellary the latter being it well known collector .
and at
the heroic fighting In the center of more forcibly,so Orm fo.-m. No oure, No pay. Octa.. midnight took up his quartersin of,, 8ntJ'Jul."II.-CbIcIlKO NewL! WANTED TRUSTWORTHY GE ftr
i w Kosecraus line Van fern had carried now that she a bungalow. lIe had a servant with : In each county tobuslneiw b'o":: .4
i and there for an old eemblrahedlhma I ak,
LtJ his to within 000 Her .l him. were several other travelers
army yards of Cor has stopped Oppor B y. Ill* Title solid financial standing. eo>'t
," inth. But in fighting his way up Van moving about: "They 'say she Isn't happy" commented and their servants. It was a "If It were! customary in this weekly. oa..h salary of tlll..0i)(>paid By from check D'"

F 'I T Dorn had merely driven' a wedge between this tired woman feels more acutely the the neighbor "but I don't see bright moonlight night, and after theevl."nlng to confer titles country quarter Wednesday MoneyYsdvsneedforeapeneee.with.all expense* direct M::;
'. upon men who so In for
+ the Federal right and left. Hone- aching back and throbbing nerve. why" meal the major and four other literature what ager,3*) Caxton BIde, Chicago
Sick women, hundreds of thousands of men, all of whom were civilians and would I be7" asked a
n1 satisfied.
era right division under General "Oh, some people never are -
them, have been made well by the use of acquainted with his! case, sat on the conceited Journalist of his senior.
Hamilton .
r was ready when the sun Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription. It veranda smoking. "Baron of Ideas," was the terse reply -
K: went down to fall upon the Confederate establishes dries weakening That's right, and It's her own faultIf DISEASESere
regularity, The former officer KIDNEY
was rather bitter.against
i4 rear. After dark Roaecrans drewaU.hie drains, heals inflammation and ulcer- she Isn't happy, because she's able ,
the
l troops back Inside! the line of tion and, cures female weakness. to buy clothes that will make all the military authorities as
fortifications other envious." Chicago Post. may be supposed, and would not admit l>o You Want To Yawn of all dis
and ctodd ready for the -Word. cannot tell what r raftered for thirteen women the most fatal
: that he bad put himself la a false
years with uterine trouble and dr gion.
Feel cold
p w sattle which, Van Dorn sprung at day- down pain through my hip and back. .write position. He thought a hungry hyena,' shivering, aching In the eases.
Asainibola bones, lack of headache
Mr John Dickson.eft.renTcll. DIM. lie Learned Great Trtitli. energy, and
gbt Oct. 4. After a short duel of ar- N. W: T.... "I can't dncribc, the misery It was :. might attack a helpless or sleepingman great depression. These symptoms III6uaraDtaad

r t llery the Confederates ceased fight- to be on my feet bag st a time. I could not eat It Is said of John Wesley that he once at night but that neither tiger be followed by violent headache, high f KIDNEY CURE
T
( *ig.I The division which had the most nor Dr. Pierce'sleep- Often medicine:I wished advert to Oed die.and Then thought I saw I said of Mistress Wesley : "Why do you nor panther could be brought to do> it. fever, extreme nervousness, a condition FOLEY'S RlmedJ

important part In beading the charge would try them. Had.ot taken. on* bottle till tell that child the same thing over and All his argument and contentionswere known as malaria. Herblne cares .it.

Aid not move, but about 8 o'clock tbe of I was'Tavonte reeling, welt. After I had and taken one of five Golden bottle over again?" "John Wesley because at variance with established Take It before the disease gets a fair hold,
ww Proscription':
(' ,, charging line marched out from the Medical Discovery' wa like a new woman. once tolling Is not enough." It Is for : facts and hla fellow traveler* corn- though it will work a cure in any stage orjnoney refunded. Cont:1> :

+ ever of the woods In splendid style. Could eat and sleep. and do alt my; own work." this same reason that :you are told again hated them, and the dispute waxed J, Hopkins, Manchester, Kas., writes: remedies recognized BI-
The Common Sense Medical Adviser and again that Chamberlain's CoughRemed' "I have used '
your great medicine Uerbine .
Rosecrans' ,
troops, lying down In front hot. They were all talking In loud fot
it sent free on receipt of stamps to pay cures colds and grip; that it for several years. There Is noth nent physicians as the best
v of the batteries could tbe southern tones and the major bad
see Just
expense of mailing only Send it one- counteracts any tendency of these diseases expressed log better for malaria, chill and fever troubles
t Sage and the glint of the sun upon the cent stamps for the book in paper covers, to result la pneumonia, and that It his contempt for all Matls- headache, biliousness and ;for a blood-, Kidney and Bladder

advancing bayonets. Tbe first }placed or 31 stamps for the volume bound in I. pleasant and safe to take. For sale by .: tics when a tiger left the cover of a purifying tonic there Is nothing at PRICE We. ai $'.00. ,

; lhi 'attacked,was.unfortunately Cloth. Adores Dr. Pierce Buffalo N.Y. all druggists and medicine dealers. bush under JTh1 ,4'1 must .have: _been good.. fiOc, at B. R.& Son's. B. R. WILSON 8 SOX ].
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Professional Cards.

RHEUMATISM PURE SUNLIGHT AND AIR INSPECTORS AND CLERKS. GONE GAMBLING MAD.


1'1....... Here Wklvh Snnme the Old
G EO. M. BOBBINS Wo.I..'. For (.lIn..*. The following list of Inspectors end I ........ II. Kne Drprocut ll.rWlrllettlnw ..
cleiks of electlonwere appointed) by the on Horn Iturliiw.James .
CURED AT LAST. .
We buofh'n heard of 'sunny Its.Iy"
ATTOR."iEY AND COUNSELOR Board of County Commissioners to nerve II. Kccne. the mlllloiiiilre turf.
or the "clear light" of Kgypt, snys at the election to be held Xov.Itb'
Ili\ :2.
AT-LAW. man of New York declares that In his
the Desert but bt'UemC'
; there Is no Precinct No. 1.
Geo. B Gardner
H-
Will practice in State and United States Good News For All Who Suffer sunlight! there compared with that Camille! K. U. Chaudoin,Inspectors; Thee opinion there are too much gambling

Court. With Rheumatism Free. which falls upon the upper peaks of J Johnson sr., clerk. and too little sentiment In connectionwith

Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. the Sierra' Madre or the uninhabitable PreclnctNo.2. J. Hall, C. I). Flood, racing lu America. II II

To all who Duffer with Rheumatism I wastes of the Colorado desert. ;F. A. Lesley, Inspectors; R. E. Knox, In heavy sjiooulatlon on horses, bet
vlll Kindly send free the wonderful story Pure sunlight for Its clerk. IIt '\ r
requires existence : .
says, there Is a menace to tho bent' Interests -
pv L., GAULDEN, of how my mother was cured after years pure air, and the old world has Precinct No. 3.-B. F. Heal, J. Jo.vner: lIt' "- I Hill
suffering, together; with the most elabo- O. W. Holmes of the turf and race courses
little of It left When are lu Inspectors; Gee K. Chester '
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW rate treatise on Rheumatism ever pub- you ,clerk. should be places of recreation and not II
Rome
again and stand upon that hill
lished. Pieclnc.t, No. 4.-E, E. Swlnson, W. II. seething caldrons of money mad gum
Will practice In all the Courts of tlm State No matter what your form of Ithuumatlam where all good Uoiuanltits go at sunset Moore, Fred Fisher, Inspectors! ; James cc
biers horse should be '
.of. Florida, and the United States Courts. Is, whether acute, chronic, muscular look out and see how dense is the Mitchell, clerk.Piecinct ; raring a sport

r. t) Box.235. TITUaVrLIJS, FLA. I nIlim matory, tleforinant, sciatic, ntmoKpuera between you and 8t 1'e- No. 8.-Wm. R. Itoosob, N. and not a business

neuralgia! Rout, lumbago, etc-no matter ter's dome. That same thick air Is allover E. Klnnlard, W. W. Gleason, inspectors; If there Is one man on the turf who

J. WEBB how ninny doctors have failed In Europe, all around the Mediterranean Get K. Paddlson, clerk loves a horse, it is James It. Kccne,

Jt. your case-no matter how many socalled even over Mesopotamia( and Precinct No. (J.-N. Downey, S. M. says the New York "..orlll.'I\(>re athoroughbred

, "sure cures" you have tl'led-I want you liy the bunks of the Gnll e... It lime Martin, C. 11. :Stewart: Inspectors; C F. Is concerned ho l la as Mrs. Laura. S. Webb.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to: wi'Ho to me and let me tell vou how Con lInlr, clerk.
mother was cured. been breathed und burned and battle I'reclnctNo. 7.-W. P. Arnold C. W. tender aa a woman and just ns scntl '. ..*..*.<'..l4lfknt "'ouu.n',. Itomo
Will\ practice In the Courts of the 7th smoked for 10,000 years. craulet'liilMiof<< Kortli.friiO .l...
Circuit. Taxes for I am neither a Doctor nor a Professor Bolton, Geo. Washburn, inspectors; mental. Everylnuly familiar with the
paid
non-residents I Ride up and over the high tablelands "I 1 dreaded the of life whichwas
of business-but I change
and rents and accounts collected.TITVSVII.I.B -simply a plain) : roan I Ernest Svedellus, clerk.l'rectnet turf knows that this was shown lu the
have a CURE for Rheumatism, and I of l\IoDtana-Dlle can still ride there I No. 8.-Geo. B. Hall, Daniel hit ipproaching. I noticed Win

FLORIDA. want to tell everyone who suffers with for days without seeing a trace of huuinnlty Sloan, S. K. 1 Michael Inspectors; C. case of Domino. Mr. Kccne said: of drdul, and decided to try a bottle

Rheumatism all about it. I wish to be -and how clear and scentless, Brnildock, sr., clerk. "I am sorry to see tho sordid desire I experienced torn relief the .,

D. PENNEY clearly understood, and trust that all how absolutely Intangible, that sky Precinct No. .-W. '1'. Hayes, E. C. to triumph In the betting ring/ over first month, 10 I kept on taking It for
A. who are suffering with this terrible disease Siimmerlln sr. A. A. three month end now I men.tru U
blown suusbot a atmosphere! You Hemlry, Inspectors coma the ambition to excel on the
however apparently beyond the ; W. A. Farmer clerk. with) no pain and I shall tak* II off and
breathe It ,
wjtliont feeling It. see Wo have too men In
you course. many "
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, roach of cure, will wilto to me this day Precinct No. 10.-J. T. Water, It. H. on now until I have passed the climax.
through It hundred miles and
and I will\ send you by return mail this a tlia Iloke, W. I. Allen, Inspectors; ( oo. E. racing! as a bushll'tlll.'bc.'I1 a man Femiklo weaknenn, disordered ''I
TITVSVIU.B, FLORIDA. work of mine. I appeal especially! to the picture Is not blurred by It. Once Coon, clerk.rrecinct acquires u strong stable for betting menses, falling of the womb and

Will practice In all "chronically Ill" who are wearied and wore rldo over the enchanted mesas of No. 11.-J. M. Swain, II. A purposes. be docs not begin\ to taste of ovarian troubles do not wear ci!.

the courts of the 7th discouraged with "doctoring" and to Arizona at sunrise or sunset, with the Holmes, S. A, Hair, Inspectors; A. J, the sweots of racing."A Tlie'yfohlow woman tothechnnge

Judicial Circuit. those who have been cast aside as "In- ragged mountains of Mexico to tile Drawdy, clerk. cheap selling! race lame to him the (If life. l>o not wait but take Wineof

curable." AH you have thought about south of you and the broken spurs of Precinct No. 12.-C. J. Reams, Louis same significance as the winning of Cnnlm now and avoid the trouble. -

KEDEBICIC A. Rheumatism may be wrong. Let me tell the great Sierra around about 3'o\llIm) Harris, I.. B. Dawsou, inspectors; 'I' W. one of the great classics.! Wine of ITanlui never fails

F MORGAN, you our experience. Surely, If you have all the glory of the old shall be as .letters, clerk. "Tho third rate hUI.IIt'mon'bo l is&noi.o to (benefit a Buffering woman of
Rheumatism, or have a suffering friend Precinct No. 13.-Peter Wfttfald A. II. any ago. Wine of Card u I relieved
to ,
nothing the gold and and Is in
purple lens racing
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, I will pay you to investigate my offer, Carter, F. W. Munson Inspectors; C. 1). or a /gambler Mrs. VVebb\ when Mho WM in dan
burning crimson of this new world. for the thero is in It. W hell a
and for those money When to the
Loans Notary Public. anyway, prove yourself Provost, clerk.Precinct ger. you come change
claims I make. No. 14.-Chun. Cleveland, M. man supported by a high class stable of life Airs. Webb's letter will

Collections Typewriting, Stenography. :Send me your address t9-day-a postal Movable Drop In Ulaimondi. S. S mis, Jalma Lapham, Inspectors; I). and a ready bank account sets out to mean more to you than it does

ITlTUSVIIJLK card will do-and I will mall you this It lull long been known that diamonds S. NiHbott, clerk. make a business of bis racing and noW' Hut )'Ol1lnay now avoid the

FLA.. wonderful story. If you have any especially the class known as Precinct No. IS.-}'. M. Wilson, John when ho auras up his summer diversion inhering she endured. Druggists

friends suffering with Rheumatism no "rose diamonds,'' are likely to 'explode Eborwine, John A. Hogan, Inspectors; in proportion to the total of his soil $1 bottles of Wine of C'urdui.

WADE; n. JONES, matter where located, send me their If subjected only to what would seem avery N. N.: Penney, clerk. protit and loss account, then It becomes

address, and I will mail them a copy. ordinary degree of heat such as Pioclnct No. 10.-T, R. Crook, J. W. a serious matter. The plunger

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE B My cornfield address, Ind.Is VICTOK KAINIiOLT.' strong rays from the sun, etc. It 1 III ton GrIHU, \clerk., G. Nolle, Inspectors; Wm. AVnt- owner Is exploited, und his fame falsely WINEoFCARDU"DO "

now believed that the explosions are reflects the spirit of the sport. This
Precinct No. M. W. II. Robinson
.
Loans and Collections. the result of the
rapid expansion of
L. Prantz, Wm. Pomeroy Inspectors; unwholesome tendency among ownersis

TITUSVILLE .. FLolimA.G The Viewpoint. certain volatile liquids Inclosed In cavities II. T.mcro, olerk. what lead to unpleasant results. YOU GET UP

"That man Is extremely suspicious, near the center of these precious Precinct No. 10.-Jamos M. Hoarndon, They become prone to the habit of running

stones. A great many diamonds even Peter Bortelsen Joseph Williamson Inspectors to weight off, with a view to
EO. A. WORLEY as be thinks every one he sees Is a get WITH A LAME BACK ?
though cut, mounted and R. T. Smith clerk.
ab.ndy'chal'acter, and naturally too." worn as genie ; Insure a good price and a lighter allot.
"It's bin mature I of perfection are still In an uullnishud Precinct No. 20.-Wesley Ragnn, E. K. mont for a future race aid prospectivecoup. ---

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. suppose. condition-that Is, the liquid drop from Provost Jas. Stewart, Inspectors; U, F. ." Kidney Trouble Makes ,You Miserable.
"Not: at all. lie smoked -
wears a t c-
p
General Kn" clerk.
praotice In State and Federal which the stone Is being' formed bus ey
Courts. All tnclcs. -Baltimore Herald. Precinct No. :21.-J. J. Findley A.. M. Almost who
business entrusted will not as yet deposited all of its "pure everybody reads the newspapers -
OF MODISTES
COSTLY WAYS
receive prompt attention. crystals of carbon." These uiovablo Christensen, Jonse Larsen, I inspectors; la sure to know of the wonderful

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate Didn't Secni! Poiclble. drops may occasionally he seen with O E. Dntton, clerk. .. ILfl -" I cures made by Dr.
Mr. Staylate-Is that clock right? Precinct No. :V2.: -.1.. J. Roberts. E. A. Dre maU r Thick Blia.OOO I.Htl L Klimer'ISwampRoot.the .

MIAMI,, Miami.. Miss De Pink (wearily)-I think it the nuked eve. Holt, W. L. Keefor, Inspectors;; H. 'r. Rnouitb for T..u..u.It I II trout kidney liver
FLORIDA. must uecu cleanIng. irs Deen two or When this is the case a strong microscope Hughes; clerk. was the :-;ev'ork dressmaker, vi Sm li and bladder remedy.

three hours going that lust hour. will give the drop the appearance she of Fifth venue and the big uptown It Is the great medical

JACKSONVILLE& LABOR AGENCY Stray Stories. of a bubble III the fluid of a car- enfucHIi Cannot l>o Cured houses, who secured for MINt Bell -.11 t. triumph of the nineteenth
/ EMPLOYMENT
OFFICE.A. pcnter'a level. It is alMa highly probable byl S local applications, all they cannot the decree of the court giving her $12- : i century; discovered

M. BECK. that besides the liquid mentioned: reach tho diseased portion of tile ear. 000 for her trousseau fur her marriage Ill U after years of
Shipping !Master You: can't have a good time today these cavities may contain gases under There Is ,1 U scientific research by
only one way to cure Deafness, to Count Paul d'Armont, which has l
Hotel help a specialty. unless you forget tomorrow and If great tension. This being the case, and that Is by constitutional remodlos. just been solemnized III Purls, says the ] Dr. Kilmer. the eminent
"10 South you forget tomorrow it will punish Deafness II. -. kidney and bladder
one .
Laura St. may readily comprehend how a caused by an Inllamed condition of
New York the
correspondent Philadelphia
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JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA.OTEPHEN you when it is today.-Atchison Globe. very small amount of heat would of tho mucous fining of the Eusta- Press. To for specialist and l$
many $12,000 a wonderfully successful In promptly
curing
cause the liquid and gas to expand to ohlan Tube. When this tube gets Inllamed '
trousseau luuy louui a great deal, but lame back kidney, bladder uric acid troubles -
fmew!! ere In the world there are such a degree that the diamond would you have a rumbling! ; sound or and Diiea.sewhlch
this sum Is viewed with disdain l>y Bright' la the worst
E. FOSTER Imperfect hearing and when It Is
UO.OOO.IHX big copper pennies but nobody give way with nil the characteristics entirely form of kidney trouble.Dr. .
closed Deafness is the result, and unions many .of the New York modistes. Th
to know where they are. of a miniature explosion. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root
appears I Is not recommended -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the Inflammation. can -bo taken out anal amount they declare, II a very modest
for everything but If have kid-
this tube restored to Its normal condition you
for fashionable bride to set
sum a
Sims Wanted.We Do Good-It Pays, nay, liver or bladder trouble It will be found
Building, hearing will be destroyed forever nine
; I aside for her wedding! outfit. As much the
Just remedy need. It has been testedIn
JACKSONVILLE would like ask the col- A Chicago/ man has observed that onsen out of ten are caused! by cutari'h, you
FLA. to through "Good deeds are better than real estate' which is nothing but an IntUmud condition may bo spent for a tdugle coat lined so many ways, In hospital work In private

urn no of your paper, if there is any per- deeds-some of the latter are worthless of the. mucous surfaces. with ItUHHluu sable or for a weddingveil practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase

GEORGE w. ALLEN, BOO the who has of used Indigestion Green's August Flowerfor Act kindly and gently show sj in pat by We will give Ond Hundred Dollars for ; for luces and furs, those| arbitersof relief and has proved so successful In,
cure Dyspepsia,
and lend New York fashion determine every case that a special arrangement his
a helping hand. You
and Liver Troubles that has not been can not any cnse of Doufnusa (uaim d by catarrh) say,
been made by which all readers of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW cured-and also their results possibly lose by It. Most men apprecl that cannot be cured by Hall's' (Cataarli the value of a trousseau. thIs paper
we mean who have
ate a kind word and not already tried It, may have a
encouragement more Cure. Send for circulars, froo. They admit that with careful
ICKY nmnoguincnt -
Wicsr such as sour stomach fermentation of
FLoitinA. bottle
sample sent free by mall also
than substantial help. There are persons F. J. CHENEY A: Co: : Toledo a book
habitual I O. will fashionable
food, costive neils, nervous dyspepsia 912.000 equip a
Will\ practice in the United States In this who telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
community truth s"ltl
might all ,
by Druggist 7 o.JlIIII'M .
headaches, deapondont feelings bride with the numberof
and State Courts. 9jun05 fact, trouble fully say "My good friend cheer up. A Family. Pills are the bast.IS requisite find out I If you have kidney or bladder trouble.

i __ _____________________ Hleeplessness any con- few doses of Chaberlaln's Cough Remedy gowns coats, huts and the muiioraccessories When writing mention reading this generous
nected with the stomach liver!? This .
I or ...
of outfit but the offer(
rid you of yonr cold, and there Is no a wedding In this paper and
! N S. BURNHAM, M. D. medicine has been Hold for many years In danger whatever, from pneumonia when .rU<-.. for Other Purpr e.. money must be In good hands. send your address to ''.' -

I all civilized with countries and, and send we wish to you use that medicine. always cures. A Ceoi-glii; jiiMtlci recently married a The following estimate of a bridal Dr. Kilmer&Co.Blng- itt "'

correspond you you one of I know It for It has runaway couple who drove up to his hamton, N. Y. The ". '
SURGEON and SPECIALIST helped me out many outfit to cost not more than $12OOO( has
our books free of cost. If never triad
f you a time." Sold by all druggists and medicine house and went through/ the ceremony been furnished regular fifty cent and liom.of s........-.
fI by r'ruico-Celt who
a
bottle
Flower ilrst. We ,
Ear Nose and August try one
I Throat. dealers. dollar sizes are sold by all good dru
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without deucendlng from the currlago.
have known of Its fa 111 looks .
naver n!t.It so, upon It aa an ordinary expenditure
I 'WE.BT PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. something more serious Is the matter When the ceremony WII" over nayn the :
Ancestry of Shovmaklnv. Atlanta' (Constitution the fumbled
with you. Ask your oldext druggist. groom Six
evening gown, four of thorn
HOUGHTOVS U. O. OHKKX: Woodbury, N. J.Somethlt.w There Is nothing vulgar about the In bllll'Ol'kt.tll and; fished up thirty'six averaging gate .1>I..c., and two
DR ancestry of the shoemaking trade la cents mors elaborate creation at 1 100

! the United States. The first shoemaker ..J..I"..." he! said J. "thin here's all the apiece 11.000 FsrrysBacds
Hail .
II.
;FLOATING: Forsrottvn."So came over In the Mayflower. Klcht ton gov/nm, six averaging ,'OO male* clats.'j
DENTAL APARTMENTS! yon enjoyed your continental his money I got lu the world. Bf you've a und two at> $ 1.800

I on the "Dentos trip lid you?" Inquired the simple old name was Thomas Beard, and he had mind' to take It. you kin. but I'll any Three utreoc gowns at fJOO sploo... IIIJIJ crops good make erops more good ous-

gentleman. "I haven't been over In an income from the London company now that I done xet It aside fer the Six reception gown.. l.MHI $un.r.-.O each year therops
I of $100 a year and received fifty acres honeymoon Hlx coat 1.UOO and eustom
Now AT PALM BEACH.JFotey's fifty years, but my recollections are of expennes. Twulv hat. at $100 apl.o.. 1.200 ri

still rlvid. I remember once standing land on which to settle. Seven Llnll"rle and sundries.............,.., 600Total 'grown gri.at.r.of That's tb
aorst tb Ftrry ntni*
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Mont Blanc the sink years city of Lynn was A.tninol>ll.. Cause Ulvoro Salt. -
tin watching sun More Ferry's aside sold ,
Kidney Cure behind the bluewnters of the Mediterranean founded and ever ''sine It has been Jealousy toward $I.OOO( worth of automobiles ..112.000Other nil sown than any other

making shoes for the world. Philip which claimed flu tlnitf and modistes agreed that $12,000 klurl. Huldbyalldoalcrs.ltotOtnU .
makes and while to my right the noble '
kidneys
bladder right.VirginiaHomes Kcrtlund.: native might be made to do \but Amatol fHK
Rhine rushed onwnrd to the Black ttvu a of Buckingham attention of her liimliiiiid. In one of tilt they wereequally O, M. Parry A Co.
and the I'yrviiece. still holding the shire was the first shoemaker of the rensoiiH imKlidit'd for tint petition of divorce unanimous III declaring that It Detroit, p

mows of winter were on the left. I city of Lynn. III George Washington' filed! hy ?'i a's. Fanny L'ttley-lunt was by no means an excessive allow Mlolt.

remember, while standing there": day Lynn had :"011 master workmen Ptn! OKiilimt I>r, Milton B. I'I no, promtneut ance. :Many wedding veil worn by

"Hut. Mr. Orl" .." feebly Interrupted and COO journeymen shoemakers. turn- tux-lety |>e''ph* of Chloiigo. The brides of the lust few masons, they

Lie listener "I was on Mont Blanc Ins out every year no less than 30O.OUO defendant has two IIIIIC'hhlt'lIllIcb: of I mild was worth fully that sum, and o o'

I myself, und really-you'll excuse me- pairs of ttixi shoes.Isa'lwatIs' hla time Is spent oiitoinobllllig up and there have 'been Instances where a
The Largest and Most Com'
oVnfll'hl"11: avenue, according to beautiful and well dowered bride spent
You learn all about Virginia Lands but you really" must te mistaken In
its resources, products, mode of cultivation ,- your gl'O'rlllJb.Illlta .).." tb. Eli... the complaint of his wife. lint nsliltr as much for her b'rldal gown aa Miss ntare Establishment South.

prices, etc., by reading the ":\ ken?" returned the old man A curious means of moving boats In from transferring his affections to bias Hell hns set aside for her entire tcous-

Virginia Farmer. Send 1O ti. lightly. "Not a bit of It. Hut I forgot employed on the river Kibe a chain automobiles, :\Ira. line nay her bus- Ilea U. GEO 'S. HACKER & SON

for 3 months subscription to the ; It's different now. You know, my 29O: miles long at the bottom of the band I. cruel to tier. 0 .

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. dear boy. that since my day the entire stream, which Is too swift to navigate -- ----- RICH GOLD STRIKE.

mel of- Europe- bus been- changed- by In the Usual way. The boats are ISO While opening a box, J, C. !Mount\ of

these' awful wars and so of course you feet long and provided with 200 horsepower Three Mile hay, N. Y., ran a ten penny A...,.. ot hock I. Mloblvaa Snow, .

BANNER SALVE, can't appreciate what,It wile fifty ;years ; steam engines which turn a nail through the fle.hYIJnrt of MM hand.. flS.lOO. to III. Tun. ,
the drum fastened on the deck. The chain "I thought; at once of all the pain and Interest In .. II. CKrgue's MJchl-
most salve world.
healing In the ago.
_____ ___ comes in over the bow. passion along soreness this would cause me," lie says, plcoten gold district about which little.

Cuncef lllooil on toilers to the drum around which "and Immediately applied Chamberlain'sPain had been beard In the last three years,
Cured by Italni. Balm and occasionally afterwards.To .
it is wound three times. The from Sault .
chain is says a 4111'I)8tcb Ste. Merle ,
44 BO YEARS' All Sklu .ud ISIoud ilis.sses| Cur.d.Mrs. my surprise It removed all pain and
then carried to the stern where it Mich., was revived when It was made
f4 EXPERIENCE :M. L. Adams, JTredonla, Ala., the injured parts were noon healed. For
took! Botanic lilood Balm which effectually drops back into the water. The steamers sale by druggists and medicine dashers.Time public that one of tile properties upon

cured an eating cancer of the nose tow Ave barges) containing l. ;XX) which exploration and boon In progress -

and face. The snreo healed up perfectly. tons. announcement Is made that tM several months bad developed a

1 :MiDy doctors had given up her case as German matchmaking industry has marvelous showing. .1 _ _

hopeless. Hundreds of caws of cancer, Lovleal."I been ruined by American Thin strike was wade on the Marfponu -

eat lug sores, suppurating swellings, etc., could have married either Whipper This competition. location on South Wawa lake. In MANUFACTURERS OF"
TRAOC MARKS have been cured by Blood Balm. Among or Snnpper If I'd wanted to andboth we are assured baa no connection which gold was found In several

DCSIQNSCOPVNIOHTS others, !Mrs. B. )[. Ouernoy, Warrior of those men whom I refused ,with the romance of the American pmc!.'.. TUe company control 40/ <> Doors, Sash, Blinds,
AC. Stand Ala. Tier'nose and lip were raw have since rich while girl and the crown prince.
got you are still of land
__ acres which located
on are
Anyone Minting a ketch anil dMurtptlnn with offensive discharge from
mar beef
finlolclr Kwortmn our opinion, tree wbMhor an as as poor as a church mouse." seven claims, the richest being known Me aiding & Building ?Material.
Mtvnntinn IB pvnb.hy: pttaiitMbl. CrnmunIe. the. eating sore. Doctors advised cutting And now Lieutenant Peary regret

wit ItntiiirilrlctlrennUitBntlMl.fr*.. Old_& ....n..' tor Iliuiitbnokon MNmrtn*n..I.S.ut..0... but It failed. Blood Balm healed He all-Of these course. I've been supportingyou to. 't' ort. as the Mariposa It hiss been found CtHoe A: Wareroonis, King, opposite
i.LeIta taken through and Is yenrs. They haven't.Two that the value of this has
Mrs. well
Mann A Cu. '. the. sores, Juerney an as property Cannon Street.Charcston .
pe.141 114k4, without chum., .
uth
! ev,r. Botanic Blood Balm also cures boon greatly underestimated even by
Scientific, American: eczema Itching humors, scab and scales, fl.B*. "It Goc Kltflit to the Mpot." the experts.: Assay of rock taken at ] S. C.

bone pains, ulcers, offensive pimples To snaflf a candle out accidentally When or Irritation exist fn random ,
I A hundawmiilf H1niitrl w_klr r...r.... rlr- any from the stock pile went aa
. cut'At kin ..r any Ttemt0o, Viarnitl.* Terms.AJ s blood potion, carbuncles scrofula, la a sljfr of marriage." part of ICe body, the application <': Bal.lard' high as 8.150 In gold and $152.83 In Sash Cord
MUNN&Co. ., Cl. 0oM by ail ,isw.d.aJ.r,. risings and bumps on the skin and all "Yes and to turn down lamp intentionally Snow Liniment will give prompt silver to the ton. Weights and

: Co."""". New York blood troubles. Druggists, $1 per per Is a sign of courtship." relief. "ft goes right to the spot," said .

Braocb OOou. (5. F Pt..Wa.htn ......K.C.; large: bottle. Sample of Botanic Blood an old man who wa rubbing It In, to Hardware.
Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood cure hIs rheumatism. C. K. Hmltli, The death of Major J. %V. Powell at '

OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In Balm Co., Atlanta (;a. Describe trouble Perhaps! the reason a woman domn't Propr. Smith House, Tenaha- Texas, Haven Me., remote one who was distinguished Window and Fancy Glasf
any qnantl- keep a secret Is because she's :
and special medical advice sent In afraid writes "I have used ]Jallarll'. ,
: ty, at the ADVOCATE office. : Moo "" not only as a soldier, but aa>
, sealed letter. It Is certainly worth while !some other woman will jell It firsts- Liniment In my family for .ev.ralelus, a scientist. lie wee long In the serviceof A SPECIALTY.

J Investigating such a remarkable remedy, Chicago News.tST and have found It to be a (In* remedy ,
Foley's aa Blood Balm cures' the most awful, for all aches pains and I recommend the Smithsonian 'Institution at Washington --- ----- -
Honey Tarires ,
and worst and roost deep seated blood : Filter tubes are now for sale at It for pains la the throat and chest" and was latterly director: of the Foley's Honey Tar

colds prevents pneumonia. diseases. this office price 23cts; postage extra.: :.>c, 50o aud tl.OO, at WlUon A Son: I bureau of etbnylo 1. for chUdreasafesarf. No opiates






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V V ; JAKES.: PRITCHARD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-President
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. THE AMENDMENTS.In C. S. SCHUVLKK, Cashier. W. 3. BRANSISO, Asst. Cashier


another column publish an INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
A WURLT JOURNAL DBVOTBD-TO THE DBVBb- appeal from the State Democratic
Ora aNT O. TaB INDIAN B.ITBB, LA.KBWOBTH
Committee urging all Democrats to ,
AND BIIIOAYI'B BAT BROTION$
vote for the constitutional amendments \ IHealth COUNTY' DEPOSITORY.

I PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY.OBABLBS !!, which calls for three additional FOR A QUARTER Authorized capital $1 i lOOcoo(

Justices of Supreme Court. '' !" Paid up capital, $25,000(
H. WALTOM! Editor & Publlnher. While a great many of the voters ,/People who have torpid liven Sad life a mlwr- : Average deposits: $100,000(
/able existence and take purge and draatio drug
will heed this appeal, there is a decided
r need Is
Discontinuance or advts. miiiit be made per- which gripe and rack: the bowels when all they
OUallr at this otllce or by writing.Obeflk opposition abroad to increasing a gentle reminder to the' !liver to do its duty. Transacts a General Banking
the number of Supreme Court

,etc.,may be made payable to CHABLBS Judges, and the arguments in op- A TOM'S LIVER PILLS '

i B. WALTON,.publisher. position are certainly well founded.It J. "ANDTONIC PELLETS I Business.
,
seems strange that the Stateof ,
Address all communications to Florida, with 416,000 population, tar* mild In their action. The pills stimulate the liver to Itol/' t 9.rw Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
the system as a
\ and the pellet invigorate
EA 'r'CO.\BT ADVOCATE, proper work,
p
4 should be asked to support more ta all bought and sold .
whole; In short, they both waist Nature, which a y ? Exchange on all F.".U.IK,,
TrrcroviLi.B FLORIDA. Supreme Court Judges than the should do. Remember that Z6 doe for 20 1 Countries.

__u_. _._ __ ___. ._. __..__.._ State of New -York, with 13 times medicine day costS ZDo. You can have a free sample it v I l i ae --
Patronage appreciated. Prompt iiervlrp, ,
U. S. Department of Agriculture the population. In point of population you want it. I I treatment,ami banking win]!',"be
32nd of I i s rvutive .granted.COHRESrONDENTS .
Weather Uureaii-Jupiter, Fla. Florida ranks about BROWN MFQ. CO.

the 45 State, yet, under the proposed \ NV New York ? t Seaboard national Hank of Now: york'atd
amendment to the constitution and Greenevllle National Dank of Jacksonville, Flu
I 1. The following is a comparative statement -
of temperature and rainfall for the Florida will have as many Supreme Tenn. r 1rl IJ VILLA hL4A...
I 'Week ending/ Tuesday, Oct. :28!!!, 1002. Judges as any of the more .
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n I -1902-- -1001DATS. populous States, and with but few F --

MAX. MIN. MAX. WIST. States equalling her number. SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
22 87 72: 80 71 TIII:
lIt doubt that the
I 23: 84 72: 81 73 There can be no
2t .81 73 81 74 Supreme Court Is far behind with .
25! 811: 73 HO fid Sold by II. :H. WILSON & SON, TITUSYII.X.K.
its labors, for as the appeal( says : Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
26 82 72 81 70 condition of the Supreme ,
"The -- ---- ---- ------
:27 80 73: 81 69\ present
28 81 70 82 71 Court docket is intolerable, FLORIDA STATE FAIR. I M-err'itt. .:#t

t Total rainfall for the week: 0.11 and the long delays in getting decisions .e1Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
l/I/ r ,, D pa.ture from normal rainfall for the amounts to practical denial The famous herd of Devon cattle ......
r rr
H week: minus 7.31 laches. Departurefrom I i of justice." But, can it be safely which received the sweepstake award at Mr. Thursby Is also expected this coming -
r normal rainfall since January 1, predicted that after going to the the Charleston Exposition will be exhib- week, I hear Soon Merrett will be Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida 'Telephone :No. 202.
i "I minus 10.05 Inches. ited at Lake City. quite alive with people again. The sea
i IIAL. P. UARDIN, Observer. extra expense of supporting three son will open tarly-tbls year. J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.MeMurray .
Y Yf additional judges that the docket The Ewjulrao, village, which recently _
attracted much attention the The Wigwam is now open for guests, -
at Inter-
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r rI rr rt will ever be cleared? We are under all work having been completed on the
state Fair, at Atlanta, will be one of the
I EACH of the old political parties the impression that the Court Midway attractions of our Fair. new addition, and we trust people will

,t,r want the other to win in the coming has had three commissioners for I Arrangements have been made for stop oil at Cocoa and go winter at that & Baker
sup- lovely hunting lodge.
election in November. A tad the past year .or more to assist it, plylng.power to exhibitors of machinery, ,
''d plight in our history when neither yet the docket remains in the same so that a very attractive exhibit of ma. Mr. Booth Is getting the launch of the
# shoulder the "intolerable condition." chinery in active! operation is assured. River View Hotel In good repair, antici- 401.413 East Bay Street. -. Jacksonville, Florida ,1 1
party wants to responsibility
pating the coming this month of Mr.
of government. There must be something wrong All regular freight trains will transport Nevins and family, when vast Improve- -Makers and Jobbers of-
with the laws governing the procedure articles constituting part of county exhibits ments will be made to the hotel also.

FLORIDA prospering as never of the Supreme Court, which free of from charge any, when regular marked freight by shipping station, Mr. Blair's sudden death of heart die Vehicles Harness and Material

before in her history, in spite of needs amending, rather than an Increase tags furnished by the official State Fair ease while traveling, has been a sad and Carriage Wagon ,
in the number of crushing blow to his little familywifeand
the fact that millions of dollars judges.If representative for each county.
: go only son. They were so eagerly and Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
r the amendment is voted down
out of the State each year for food ITIIlsboro, Lee and Polk are the latest ambitiously arranging to open their
and clothing, never to return. The the Court will have what assistance additions to the list of counties making winter resort, The Wigwam, this No- First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.
of this it needs in the three commissionerswhose official exhibits. The number In now vember. They still intend to carry out
expenditurecould
greater portion
one-half larger than last If --------------------------- --- -
h i1! year. we all their just the it
terms of office will expire plans, same, as was
be kept in Florida by raisingand had a good fair then what must It be
Mr. Blair's desire; they will do so. We
manufacturing the articles at when the docket has been gottenout this year? Come and see for yourself. hope, therefore, they will receive all the Lumber and Material.
of its 'intolerable, condition Building
home. ; possible from their
The A. C. L. railroad has issued announcements encouragement .
.'1 whereas if the amendment is carried friends till
of special excursion trains and The Wigwam this winter.
and the three additional judges from Sanford and Leesburg, reaching;
THERE have been hundreds of We In the line from the brick foundation to
r, keep everything required building
appointed there will never be another Lake City at 10 a. m. and leaving at 5 HANCOCK'S LIQUID S SULPHUR cures
} i rIRi 1 thousands of acres of Florida land amendment to the constitu p. m.; thus allowing visitors to see the Prickly heat In one application, at B. the ridge cap, Including
bought by capitalists during the Fair without absence from home over I K.'Wllaon & Son's drug store.Indianola. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.C3" .
tion to dispense with these additional
few months. These lands are niffht. The railroads other than the -- '3PECIALTIES Paints and A Faroid
past : Masurys' Varnishes, .Neponsett Roofing
oillces. In the interest of A.;C. L. are arranging similar schedules.:
bought for timber mills, for turpentine I Paper
it loots as if the additional .
economy, EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.Hodges' .
production, and for cattle Uurna .. a Tarn Collector ,
judges are not necepsary.WRIGHT .
grazing purposes. Some Western In the oldeu daIs] candles were taxed
The first real
articles, and It was the duty of Burns, norther of the season
packers are big buyers and theyare
,
reached us Monday night, and after the
going to see what can be done ON ARBITRATION. aa an excise officer to see that thetas extreme heat of the summer, and the O'HaraJ

in thia (State in the matter of pro. was not evnfled.' lie generally continued rains of tbe past two weeks,
looked the other way however as was indeed welcome. ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
during fine beef. lIon. Carroll D. Wright makes
when passing through the kitchen one Rough
1 ,, some very sensible remarks, about night at William I.orlmer'a of Ken- ten Mrs. S. J. Field returned,Monday, aftera and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
days visit In Tltusvllle, looking and
_t. HON. Frank Harris' boom for governor arbitration and the labor problem. nishnll where the gudewlfe" wo busy feeling much better for the Dressed,
1! VV seems to be confined to no lie says that before we set out to making candles be mvr'ly remarked. very change.Mr. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates." Iouldlnlt ,Shingles, etc.
section of Florida. The solve the labor problem it would bea "Faith, madam ye're lining the Jalma Lapham took a party of Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla.V rite us for prices deliveredto
particular nlcht. and passed Into the parlor.Blackwood' .- young people over to Cocoa, In his any part of the !State.: Address: Hodges & 0'1101'11., Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
( universal popularity with which his good idea to find out what the launch to attend tbe dance, Monday.
5lagazine.Tboustbtfal
i candidacy f ia received by the peo. words mean. As he says they may evening. -- -- ----

pie seems to permeate every nook mean f.rty things. lIe goes onto Tummgr. Both Mr.' Bergman's/ and Walker The Oldest Established Grain and Seed Home In the State.
and of the State. that arbitration can never settle Blair's sailboats of
corner Frank say Mrs. Munu-Toaiiuy. you have beena are pulled up out the
Harris is a nice gentleman, and has I the labor question. Here hole on very naughty !boy When your papa water for new sails and repairs. a Yi1L fhWm.

C, : done more for the Democratic par I the soundest possible ground. Arbitration comes borne. I shall tell him about you. Mr. J. Knight Is suffering with an attack : : A. Sours:: &:: Co.

ty and the development of the State may patch up difficulties Tommy think mamma. It will be of muscular rheumatism, which we

and its resources than any six men now and then, but the old trouble more Interesting If you remind him of hope will not be of long duration. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

in it, and we are glad to see the remains. Capital and labor have those hnppy days when your loves Mrs. John Macdonnld baa had a very ,
were young and fresh. A man likes to severe cold since her return from the
much lose and little
his to to gain by
people urging candidacy
the establishment of the much-laud- hear sweet things when he comes I North, but is much better now. Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers
home at night tired and weary.
ed compulsory arbitration. Thereis 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
.
Do NOT forget that the Florida Cll.. to III. Misery." wolsu

i i'' .'.: State Fair opens at Lake City on no good reason why either capital Rough on Father. "Ah." he sighed "I was happier Afits. for furiim Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.
November Itth. There will be hun or labor should be forced to Perdlta-If you continue much longerto when I was poor."

dreds of homeseekers there from submit its private affairs to outside play cards with my father, I won't "'Vell," they answered coldly "It ia

N r 'tMI the north, and they will be guidedin dictation. As far as voluntarily marry you. always possible for a man to become

their selection of a location in bringing their differences before Jack Dashing-If your father continues poor again" P. Kvihlrnan c& CO.
some sort of a commission to play cards much longer with me. But somehow the Idea( did .not seem
a large measure, by the exhibits on that is another goes I won't need to marry.you.-New York to Impress him favorably.-Chicago ..
quite matter. At
display. Do not be satisfied with News. Post
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Washington St. NEW YORK.
exhibits the stock, poultry, fruit, times such course might be for 03 Murray :Street. J} N. Y.
vegetables and manufactures of the best. But no sort of arbitration If a man baa a new story, better let Dray Ing.Drajlng .

I 1' t this section, only-they are pro. will ever permanently remove him tell It and get It over with lie \

1 wl s ,,1f i ducts of the men. Let our women the !strife between those who hire will not be satisfied until he, doe*.- orhaultng of il I Inda prompt. HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-
folks be'alive too and send and those who are hired. Such a Atchison Globe. ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
specimens
f removal will only be accomplishedby wood supplied. I"1or1c: la. ritzaguAnd.
of their handiwork. Brevardeounty's The ALFRED JADLET
AnvocATK dues
V' V both sides placing entire confl ,. Job printing Titusvllle.
V'H commissioner, Mr. Chaa.
T. McCarty, of Eldred, will be gladto denoe in each other and' living up ---- Grtarperruitw: : :

take anything that will advertisethe to the confidence posed. When We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to representyou
this 1 la done shall have in
county, and he will insure" the we peace The Pioneer Cooperage.
/ return of everything entrusted him; the ranks of industry. It Is the also. Give us a.trial shipment. Established 30 years.

Photographs of the homes, hotels, only cure, and all other so-called LAGRANGE, FLORIDA. :=:
pineapple and fields remedies are at best but palliatives. I manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expeditiously.When .
vegetable as ESTABLISHED!: 1870.
well as views of Indian River and In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as I can All your order to perfection.

surrounding country, will be especially EDITOR Stovall, of the Tampa TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.Taber'S .

desirable as advertisements of Tribune, and Editor Harris, of the M. Lane & Son

this section. Ocala Banner, have started a Gaa- ,

FVrI ton-Alphonse drama. They are Trees

THE ADVOCATE has been in favor each nominating the other as a 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

of using the money received from candidate for gubernatorial honorstwo Have an enviable reputation for being well grown, the Ifty and true to oame-
the general government in the set years hence. Would it not be very Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands satisfied Southern Fruit and ProduceCommission.erchari.ts.
tlement of the Indian War Claims, better for this matter to lay dormant customers the United States Government, for whom we are growing: special

in improving the roads of the several for a year or more, and this hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive
Orchard and Is at service. Fruit trees Shade trees Roses
izf. Nursery experience your ,
counties of the State, bu t'th II waste energy spent in working: upa
and Ornamentals Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.
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does healthy interest in the State Fairat
plan not seem to meet with
GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR,
I c the approval of a majority of the Lake City? If you are doing all Glen Saint Mary, Florida. FLORIDA
people of Florida, as expressed by you can for the Fair, then speak a PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

the various newspapers. There are good word for Jacksonville's Gala I
now a dozen schemes on foot to Week. Anything that helps the I Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

dispose of the money, and, if it is metropolis will help the State. Buffalo Gasoline Motor. .:=!

not to be applied to our roads, we .

i 1 think that Governor Jennings II'' "Be instant in season." This ia OI..II'V"IT: : : BRO: : "' :23ER S7

eminently right when he recommends a good text for the advertiser. Find 13 ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE

I that the money be applied out, know, what the people want + IN ALL WEATHER.r Produce Commission .I
*o the payment of the State) debt. and give it to them. Let them know 11 Merchants.

i Florida now has a bonded indebtedness that you have it in stock. Anticipate When you get disgusted with

of $1,062,698, on which interest if possible, what ia likely to Florida Pines Our :
has to be paid annually to be popular. Seek to be the first to cheap engines try the Specialty.

the amount of $6 ,021. The Indianwar let the public know It ia in atock. BUFFALO.GEO. .
fund now in the State treasury Those who walt until others have D

would wipe out over half of this had their say, are likely to get only R. WALLACE 335 Washington Street,

debt and atop the annual paymentof the few straws that are left by the NEW YORK.
about $3:>,000 in Interest blades of the harvesters. West Palm Beach, Florida '
References: Our 33 years record. Chatham National Bank, :New York.

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Stuart.Fall Tibbals. I Melbourne. Eau Gallie. I GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.


I 1VI Fit :BRC:: S.
shipment of pineapples are going Capt. Goo E. Andrews :'has recently OOODB Jk The sharpie Lizzie Is again: In commission .
orward. The ; OOODK.-Renl Estate and Loans.
seems to be quite
orol purchased a very nice launch well Agent for JKtna, London and Liverpool and after a summer's rost.
eavy. adapted to those waters. ttlobe l'ro"ld"noe Waatilnftton. and Sun fireInmirance. WHOLESALE GROCERS
Special attention paid to the Be on hand for the great boat race at
Curd Schroeder returned Monday Mrs. Fred Hudson spent several days, Intereits of non-resldents. Eau Uallle on Saturday next.
ernoon from Cocoa In his sloop the last week, in Palm loch having dental .---

|5verglade. work done. Dr. Miller is very popular DR L. A. PEEK-PnvmoiAN ANn 8l'ROIMM. The Canaveral is going to Tltusvlllo to Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

O. O. Poppleton and Thomas Taylor as a dentist in this section. and ReMldfnre Friday ]Molnnnrno.afternoons. Eau Ualllo, Tuesday be overhauled on Neilaon's ways.

returned, Tuesday from their pleasure Mrs. C. B. Gifford was the hostess at ,The Kov. To tuple ton held services in
rip to Washington D. O. the club house last is the Baptist church on Monday evening
and it.
Thursday, 7 Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE
I Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
j O. O. Poppletoo's launch the Thelma useless, to say that all had a delightful ; the pink paper of the East Coast, will be last.Mr.
ecelved a new dress of white paint and time, an. our people are all congenial and received at the Melbourne Postofflco. W. H. Oleimou Is indisposed this
vas put' overboard thin week. week. Doctors Hojnies and Puck have WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

Smith Bros., brought: dome very flneegg Messrs. Smith & Eaton are adding Those who have eggs! to aell-will find a the caKe In hand.

plant one day this week from their much to the appearance of their recently rendy market for some in Melbourne.Mr. Mrs. Doctor Peck and Mlas Miller were PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

farm ou the louth fork of the St. Lucie purchased property, here by having their Bowdon has added a pineapple calling upon friends In Eau Ullle. t>u Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In oeasou.4pr .
river front cleaned, and will, no doubt Tuesday last.
'fiver. field to his farm at Routh Melbourne.Dr. -
plant horticultural trees and plants: We solicit consignments of Fruits and! Y'fot\1I101l: ,

Mrs. Chas. Woodward returned home Purdy, of Hobo Sound The sharpie Lizzie will carry a party of
was ajtu08t: -
Rev I.. J. Sawyer hold! his regular ser Il\dlollllnd ---- -- ---- ---------- -- ---------- ----- -
:$;unday evening from New Castle Pa.. of Hotel 1 Carleton Saturday and Sunday gentlemen to view the race on :
vice last Sunday. at Aiilrfinn. where he :
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(where she has been spending summer Saturday next. .-C"C
{with relatives. and his fall1ily"'llpenCth (lay aa the Rev. Stuart- rnl'tlu lathf guest of )Hotel Rockledge.We '
(guests; of Mr. and Mrs\ Chl\8.T. McOarty, Bollevne during his visits. to Melbourne. Mr, and Mrs. Charles M.ickle took a
The first northerly wind of the season formerly of Ankona, but now of. Eldred. flying visit to Koselaucl on :Saturday last, A HEALTH POLICY
Ida
blew in upon us Tuesday and we are Mis. M. Hector will give: an open. returning on Sunday.' have had plenty of rain the past
(now having cooler weather. The yankees The writer has been Informed that at Ing dance at her new homo on October week. v'.
Tho waterslof
will be coming next. an early date another very line dwellingwill Slat the Eau Gallie river are The system 'Is from natural.
( be built In our burg. Jet the good higher than at any time this year, owing O. B. Floyd traveling salesman, paid enunes, Debilitated\ or run-down
Will Dyer returned Sunday evening, work !go ou. We next expect to hear ofa his Chas. II. Stewart has been confined to the recent heavy rainfall. Hockledgo n visit on Tuesday. botli lit the spring nud full. The

[from his pineapple farm on Lake Woith I store nnd boarding house as it is a home for several days on account of Mr T. 1I011 son'II residence and *' changes a tax
Illness but we are glad to know he Is Hurry now Mr. !Mrs. A. li. Carter were over Benson- are always
|Mr. Dyer will continue to reside hero, good chance for the right party. Is well both the human 11111I. The
better. shotting"" up fioni Indian from the island on Tuesday, and paid on ol'ta II
[and is planting out &; farm on Luke river and Houston street. Hoc kludge a visit.A. blood become!! impure In thespring
Harry Jennings Is
( Worth merely as an Investment. : now making prepar- Frank Fee has been up from Fort rind l vitality logs In the full.
ation for shedding six or more acres of Miss Laura Houston returned to Eau E. ITartwell and family are expect
Pierce lately spending few In little\ ,
a A little nwtiftflnee
The recent heavy rains have made the days cure a ,
pineapples lie is now receiving a car Oalllo for .
week. Miss od
a Houston holds to arrive sometime this week from
town on business. We will
nil\ Is
pineapple growers happy Wesley /Smith load of shed material dully which means are glad to aolllUol1ll1 Jacksonville. their home In Chicago.Mr. "Illlllntllro do the rest, ns It
I in from the truck. see him. always trying to maintain health.
was Tuesday morning considerable work, and .a help to the
Ing country west of us, and reports the laborers at a time when work l III usually Airs. Margaret M.\ Ooode Mm. R. W. E. Spiller has erected a lamp on the A. II. Smith put his now bout Into KriHiitMUly( \renkontorpnn will
I water running olf rapidly, and that they scarce here. Goode, Miss Annie Ooode nnd Claude river walk through his line grove. This the water ou Thursday morning. It Is a show the most! disorder, and this

[will! be able to plant this week. Deaujenn visited friends In Kan Uallle, is a improvement. 'J'hunksK.!: S.: bounty, 10 feet in length with 4-foot often leads to wrong: treatment.For .
Art Saeger, who him been traveling last beam. the debilitated conditions
bunday.
the northern states during the three The Buffalo Gasoline Motor Company'sagent of full other
past spring or or any
"WATCII THE!! KIDNEYS."-" Vhen months, visiting friends and relativesand After an absence of several years Dr. G. R. Wallace! will attend the Mr. Wheeler of Now Haven, Conn. time, for that mutter, the right
{they are affected life is In danger" says race on Saturday:! next In his launch leaves that place for Rockledge November
enjoying the !gayeties at Atlantic and Mrs. II. D. Brown and daughter are on tiling to do li to build up the
[Dr. Abernethy the great English physl City and other northern resorts arrived again living: In their pretty home on New- Buffalo. lat.So/ he will! roach here early whole HVHteiu. It in not your stomach

clan. Foley's Kidney sale Cure makes sound home on Saturday last, much to the Haven avenue. We w-el m'mback; Mrs. Jas. Hackle\ Miss A. Florence next weok. or liver or nerves alone that
I For Wilson & Son.)
kidneys. by : delight of his host of friends.C. Mr. and Mrs. R. It. Templeton and two HodgHon, Mr.I Jas. Mackie and J. E. Chas. Hutch and W. Cox left, Tues cause the trouble; you are \\euk-

.' F. Giles, who owns a very fine pine- children had a most enjoyable visit at Hod Hon were out for a spin In the Lizzie day morning for a trip through the Ever cued all over anti must have re

White City. apple plantation here has recently been the home of Dr. G. W. Holmes and family Tuesday. glades. They will be gone probably, unwed strength suit vitality. Three

promoted from master mechanic In the \ at Sharpen, last week. Wo know K. C. Adams han accepted the position until February.Old' you cannot Ret BO
quickly or surely or
shops of the L. Jk N. Ry., at Pensaoola that Is a nice place to visit. formerly held by E. Taylor on the I, Boreas and Jack Frost are connlv Pp. wifoly na by using
M iss Z era Card of Ankona has bought Fla. to master mechanic of the of!
shops Last Tuesday a number of our young East Coast line, freight department In Ing together: to lengthen the Florida sen
{land on the west side and will soon make the same company at Louisville Ky.. people spent a moit enjoyable evening }Lau Gallie. son, by sending the northern sojourners & Dr. HARTER'STONIC
I arrangements for setting out a grove. where he will have about two thousand I and this
the home migrates early
of !Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. M. Brown Miss Newell has completed month's. year.

A. J. Legg; of Savannah Ga., a travel. Is men a under responsible his charge.position This of but course com. celebrating the birthday of Miss Mattie tuition in No. 5 an.lls very popular with Mrs. Louis 8, Andrews nee :Minnie IRON

I Ing salesmen for the Columbia Drug Co., mands very a very handsome salary, which Brown. Long may she live\ to enjoy the patrons and very successful with the Hnrdoe, arrived Monday from Atlanta.

I hall recently purchased ,the JECskelson Mr.f<}iles' friends, here, are delighted to many happy ba'thdays.The children! In her duties as teacher. on a visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs When you use Dr. Hart IT'S Iron '
[estate on Pineapple avenue. G. S. Hnrdee and other relatives and Tonic to
are helping renew
know. following officers were elected at Mrs. R. W. Cockle, Mrs. John Goode you
Master Kay Orrel while wading aroundIn and I the last meeting of the Literary Society : also Miss Annie Goode and Mr. IJeau- friends. the vigor of every fiber of your

( the water on Midway fell into the old Just Harry in receipt Jennings of two orchard Goo. Sneger and farm are President Dr. L. A. Peek ; Vlcal'rellldent gean, of Melbourne, was calling upon J. J. White is getting: the furniture In urn clemming blood and enriching -
[bank vault and but for the assistance Rev It. B. Templeton your ; you are
timely Secretary:
built for harvestingfruit ; friends Eau Gallie, on Sunday: last. his new cottage on Burton avenue, pre-
especially
of Fred Chrlstenson would have wagons Homer Conkling; Treasurer Mrs. E. M. strengthening your stomach and
the cutler
to coming of O. J.
and vegetables. The wheels are The steamer Spartan is being overhauled paratory increasing the digestive fluid.
(drowned. Campbell; Critic. Mrs. R. W. Goode ; you
; and who will!
low and of the best features Is family, occupy It duringthe |
very one Chairman Program Committee, Mrs. L. and put 'Into complete order for are building up and renewing the
Messrs. Hogg; and Edwards of FOI.tPierce they have two fifth wheels, which enables A. Peek; Chairman: Membership Committee the winter's biiklnotm. The\ vessel will winter. activity of your kidneys and liver;

I were here,' Monday looking at : it to turn In a space not exceeding Its J, A. Hoke jr. commence her trips early In November Mr. Irwin the owner of the W. Good and you are feeding nnd revitalizing
[the high water. They also rode out to length, as the wheels turn under the win property hall artIved with his famlly. your Ill'rVOUII'Mt'm.. You
[see Mr. Edward's grove about two platform, which sits on heavy springs Mr. O. W. Rooter has sold his two The orange grove west of the Walden They are stopping nt White's Cut cannot 1o lull without getting;
(miles south of here. and Is about 6x10 feet and will bold quitea bluff cottages to lIon. E. M. Sayers: of !grove has boon purchased by S. K. Watts tnge/ until their residence Is In order for wt'll. 'arid you cannot take Dr. liar-
number of pineapple baskets which Waynesburg, Pa., who will be here with who will at once Improve the property. ter's Iron'l'onio without doing It.
The rains of last week has occupancy
heavy will be a great improvement and saving his daughter: the coming winter. We ox- This is one of the boat groves( In Eau!: -.. ,_.. _...-
(caused the river to rise to a great height, tend Gallie. Little Miss Carrie Taylor whose moth
In coat of harvesting the crop of pine- a welcome to these fine people. ,
lit being over twenty inches higher than er Is ill, at In Jacksonville CHICAno ltd. Nov. 2C 1901.
Melbourne
apples. want all such people. Mr. very present ,
I in '94. All the low lands are Hooded and llonter Is now In Canada, but writes that Capt. Bonnet has bill launch In perfect returned with her mint, Mrs. 8. H. Pockon Tae 1>0'. JIartrf ffnllfinf f b., ZJautrtn, 0.UIN1'r..tI'lIIb..llllntlnllly ,
order and his (-horse motor Is .
now
of the residents to power : recom
[I many their were obliged DANGER IN FALL COLDSColdsare though he has sold his property here he In perfect condition. The machine was Tuesday, and will stop with her until mend Dr. Ilnrter'i Iron Tonic, an I
vacate homes. expects and hopes to come to Melbourne her parents return to Cocoa. firmly believe It I III the tiput topic on the
liable to hang on all winter leaving over-hauled byV.. P. Underwood, of market to-day. Avery spring and tall
Mr and Mrs. Schottler and daughter the seeds of pneumonia, bronchitis or again. Ro olllnli. 8. II. Peck proprietor of the Plaza my system: seems.) r>e In need of a
I Bessie of Attica 0., arrived here /Satur- consumption. Foley's Honey and Tar -- hotel, arrived with his family on Tues tonlo, rind for the peal three yearn 1
air. Mrs. n. U. Hodgson has been calledto of tonlo twice
have taken bottle
I'lay evening. /Sohottler purchased and serious NEVER ASK ADVICE when day. have addition their a your
cures quickly prevents! re- you They an to Hoi JOMW J. ]Ki'm.owo.
Olean N. Y. the sudden Illness of ayenr.
I the property owned by Mr. Miles, some sults. It Is old and reliable tried and have a cough or cold, don't ask what Is by family since they left Rockledge in the KmrnmtiMo la the Illinois tf/Ulatur.
her mother Mrs. N. A. Danforth. The
I time ago. lie is an uncle of our es- tested safe and sure, contains no opiates good: for It and get some medicine with spring and bring back a three month Liar: OHgood HI., Chicago.
|teemed citizen Charles Bermendorfer.Mrs. and will not constipate. For sale by little or no merrlt and perhaps dangerOtis. slightly latest reports better.are that Mrs. Danforth Is old baby. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE.

B. R. Wilson & Son. Ask for Foley's Honey and Tar ,
Joseph Davis and daughter Mil Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin returned
the greatest throat and lung remedy It The launch Buffalo Capt. George R.
,
Id red, of Chicago, arrived /Saturday eve; to their horse on Indian River South
cures coughs and colds quickly for Wallace owner arrived In Eau Gall Ie
to make this their future home. Mrs on
[Davis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.A. Lotus.The sale by B. K. Wilson & Son. Tuesday night last, having the Canvasback pinched Rocklodge Mr.on Baldwin's Wednesday.nose, and Jack he start Frost A Flue Place For Hale,
In tow. This lit the Contestant from -
I l.amon of this She several
place. spent ed for bill southern home We
forthwith. :2M.!( ) feet Indian and
I Palm Hunch for the honors ou Saturdaynext. :) on River running
weeks here a and was so well
|pleased with the year place ago that she persuaded heavy rains of the past two weeks Georgiana.Rain are glad to sue them) back again. back 30(>f t. to county road I a lot adjoin

and are broken by a norther. Postmaster Wilson Is busy these day ing lysft., river front, running back
( her husband to purchase land, has Capt. A. J. Canova and K. R. Kolle
{ had one-half acre of pines set this sea- Mike Frey of Bonaventure, was callingin arrived In Eau Gallic on Tuesday evenIng erecting a new building on the riverfront 140ft; on a blurt, 20ft. Above the rler,
I rain, ruin and plenty of It nearlyevery which Is. salt ,, and three miles
J son. Mr.\ Davis does. not expect to come this burg on Tuesday.Dr. last, to prepare for the race on Saturday Just north of Koimlter'a building, 'ater.
I this day._ Kverythlut! Is flourishing. but Capt. Oonova will mill the In which fo make a home for the postofllce wide at this place.
year. E. W. Caprou visited friends and J. W. Bruner and daughter Miss Canvasback with Luolen Thomas an He will" put In a yew outfit when House of six rooms, has been kept

relatives at Georglana; on Tuesday. Winnie, went to Cocoa and return, last first mate. the building! Is completed. RocklodgeIs painted and In good I repair; 25ft.:.!: from
BRONCHITIS FOR 2l) YEARS.Mrs. .- Bean progressive river bunk, commanding a bountiful view
Is Saturday.
Minerva :Smith of Danville, III., planting yet going: on-trying of Indian Klver! ; stall lead down to
writes: "1 had bronchitis for twenty; to replace what has been drowned out. Mrs. Bruner and niece Miss Bnrchflel SPENT MORE THAN$1,000.-W. W. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Young receive the river and a dock built out Into too

years and never got relief until I used More pupils are added to the school were passengers to Cocoa and return Baker, of Plalnvlew Neb., writes: "My word TuoHduy afternoon that their only water to accommodate small boats. A
Foley's Honey and Tar which Is a sure which is progressing! nicely under Miss several daj s ago. wife suffered from lung trouble for fit granddaughter had died at St. Augustine never-falling well with pump near kitchen -

cure." Contains no opiates. For sale King's management. DeVoo and teen years. She tried a number of doctors on that date. The names of the door, and n never-falling: spring of
Sams wife of
by B. R. Wilson & /Son. Courtenay and spent over $1,000 without relief. parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Morison. clear, cool, pure water a short distance
Mr.\ and Mrs. W. Mrs. Walker were down Saturday and Sunday to see
BIsbee The and have all
She became very low and lust all hope.A parents grandparents from house. Home lot and poultry yards
and Miss Willie visitors to their sister Miss Harriet Bower, who
King were our sympathies.
friend recommenod Foley'f Honey and : fenced with poultry netting. Ono house
last has been seriously 111 for two weeks.
Fort Pierce.Mr. Cocoa, Saturday:) We are glad to her out of danger Tar, and thanks to thl great remedy It fa.nfc.! A. J. fnnvnIrnnwn? tiv his for poultry and Belgian hares 12x33: : feet,
John Cook and family from Charlotte on Tuesday.report as saved her life., /She: enjoys better health friends- .Tony; ), arrived; from'West"I'alm;; and a smaller fancy poultry house.

N. C., have moved In and will\ occupy ,' than site has known In ten year" Refuse Beach, on Wednesday, In his launch, 71 orange trees just coming Into bearing -
Walker of Woodley, was in town Capt. Ramsey's cottage. Jake Fields and wife will manage the substitute For sale by U. R. Wilson having In tow his swift racing sailboat 2 grapefruit trees, :2 peach trees, 3

[ on Tuesday. number of Provost House this winter all a boarding & Son. The Captain Is to take part In the races soup ernnlt grape vine*-all bearing-
Quite people expected
a are
of house, which with the liaggett House to be sailed at Eau Uallle several kumquats and guava. bushes,
Mrs. C. T. McCarty, Eldred was a in Lotus soon to spend the winter. We on 'Saturday
gives us two good private home-like shade trees and tropical trees and shrubs.
j pleasant visitor In town Tuesday.Dr. trust no freezes will bar their pleasure boarding houses this winter. Terms 111 Cocoa. Capt. Goo. Wallace was with him near the house.

W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, was a T. G. Ronald is expected home any be rea ooP.ble. A /good county road along near riverbank

[ pleasant visitor {a town on Monday. day as he arrived at Cocoa on Sunday, A FEW APPLICATIONS Hancock's from TUimville, the county: seat,
Mrs. D.
A. of Lotus
Quite a'change In temperature for the from the north where he has been enjoyIng visiting Mrs. Ui'uuer Ramsey and, Mlas was :Airs. J. M. Sander has been quite III, Liquid Sulphur| will cure" auy case of eleven miles north to Korkleitge! a beautiful -
lluicbfiel but Is improving at Ground lick at B. R. Wllmtn & Son's
feel comfort. himself all summer. present. winter rosotr, nine mll >s outli, withCoo"a
pan few days. Coats very Tuesday and Wednesday of lad -week.
| able In the evening.Rev. Mrs. Hall and Mis.! Uruner drove downto Interest Is Increasing In our Sunday : a nice little bup lne. town and

A DOZEN TIMES A NIGHT Mr. Lotus, Tuesday afternoon aud took schools, and the attendance Is Increasing. City Point between Kn'lrond' ufatlon \
Dr. Moore held services last Sunday South Rockledge.C. mile went Ponturllce: Dod l school near.
I morning and evening in the Methodist Owen Dunn, of Denton Ferry W. Va.. Mrs. Ramsey and her little boy home. The water In the river Is higher than Five acre of very line fruit laud I I near

church to large congregations.Mr. writes: "I have had kidney and bladder I It has been for over a year, and still\ continues station (from winch a little' was given for
trouble for years, and it became so bad No danger of consumption if your use to rise. loctl'ni houses) coniHlnln' ? a beautiful
Floyd, of Orlando representing that I was obliged to get up at least a Foley's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn B. Mtigriuler hint been! sick the past ouiiM pencil orchid of ItHi() ir ix, mostly
( Messrs. Guhenbeimer Savannah was dozea times a night. I never receivedany cough. For sale by Wilson A Hon.:) Our streets are beglning to put on a week. In bearing bolo. a line this.
ciop year;
[ interviewing our merchants last \Vednes tidy appearance, but they can dress
benefit from medicine up Tho cool
permanent any norther of Tuesday made us fruit good size and exceedingly rich
[day.It until I tried Foley's Kidney Cure. After HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR cure more and still look better. all few I better flavor A little house near .stir, Inn always

is with great regret we heard of the using two bottles I am cured." For all blond and skin diseases. For sale by A little daughter has arrived to comfort Mrs. M. C. Salmon rents for $1 or $l.Mpfr) month.

[ death of Capt. Thos. E. Richards of sale by B. R. Wilson A; Son. B. 1t. Wilson; Son, Tltusvlil-j, Fla. the hearts and complete the horn friends I Kockledge tile was first of calling the week.on Experts pronounce this noil particularly
[ Eden one of our old-time settlers. Our of Mr. and Mrs. (Weo Faber. Congratulations adapted to grape culture I'lice, by addreislng. -
[sympathies are with the bereaved family are heartily extended. Fred Travl!* took a pal ty of friends "BOX 10,"

|In their great trouble. Viking.Prof. Hardeeville. To-nlRht/ Friday, being all Halloween, down barn mook.to see the line oruuge groves In the Hard"e"lll", ria.

Rev. V. W.. Weatherwax held services a phantom ball will be held la the Opera

I In the Methodist\ church last Monday Macey visited oar school on the J. P. Sawtelle will move to Miami House Cocoa. A goodly crowd Is expected J, Hettl.r has completed the bulldlngi A Itaro Chance.
[ evening. Quite a number were In at- 28tb Inst. lie was also a pleasant visitorat November 4. to attend and good music and fun : that he has been electing on Edmund
[ tendance. lie hope In thenear future Mr. Strande's home. will\ prevail. 'Day's place and In now putting In a fine 11 10-100 acre, (i9,0 |to build a Congregational church here. Mr. and Mrs Jerome T. Feaster are cement walk from tile street to the Indian and Banana river. HOO to 700
The weather getting: cool and pleas very happy with their little daughter Albert A. Taylor was summoned. to house. citrus trees, about half corning into

ant. All are cordially Invited to attend Irene Grace who came to them Sunday Jacksonville, on Saturday to the bed- bearing. oranges" tangerine*. grapefruit -
Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs the Sunday school, every Sunday after morning.E. tide of his wife, who wan taken. very 111 J. H. Coats Is preparing to ship some kumquats,- 0 bearing mangoes,
I and colds and prevents pneumonia. Take noon at a o'clock. them, while en route home from her visIt of Miss Powe's tangerines In time to 3 bearing avoradoen U.OOQ
bearing
|no substitutes. For sale by Wilson A Son E Swlnson has been appointed Into Georgia.: At this writing she Is reach the New York market by Thanks pines 3OO to.tIJO bearnargijava.4beside! ,
and of *
Mr. Stanford family Bartow.
( postmaster successor to J. P. Sawtelle, Improving, but Is not yet able to be moved giving. The fruit Is very fine and color banana
came down to take charge; of the section who resigned, after filling the position grape., ,perslmmons.n nursery
to her home in Cocoa. Every sympathy log nicely.
here. pleasant 01 about 1,0M( sour orange trees ready
house They are people almost eleven years.
Goslingville.Mr. and we are glad to have them with us. Is expressed for the family. There has been a great deal of rain to bud, a few peach trees,3: acres vegetable -
It is with regret that we learn that Mr. The gentle spirit of Mrs. A. G. Weln- In the past four weeks but not a drop land, 4-Inch artesian well, large
Mr. Summerlln,of St. Lade, knows H. C. Vail and family of Chicago: who much I wharf drive ", .IIlIoft water 8-room'
Beck has burg passed away on Tuesday forenoon too f>r ns on the high lands, but ,
back
gone to White City how to sweeten the path of the "school- occupied Mrs. Thompson' house last after a lingering/ Illness, and loft many rather bard on the truck raiser on the dwelling,store building, packing house

The weather has been quite stormy marm." He presented to Miss Martin a winter, will not return the coming seasonon friends behind to mourn her departure low lands as a good deal of their vegetables tool house, warehouse, :'J-ton Ire box,
I Hunting and fishing is the order of the pretty bouquet of sweet, pink ro.es. on account of the \illness of Mr. Vail. and sympathize with the bereft husband are under water now. 3 acres, of poultry yard. Fruit this

|day here. Sunday. the daughter/ and son,who were so much :rear will bring &JOO to .IOO.) Rent

Our school closed on the 22nd Inst., Our school) opened on the 27th Inst., Goes Like Hut Cakeit. to her. The funeral was held on Wednesday IIIM Life In Peril. from vegetable land* will keep up grove.
I after a very successful term, and the with an attendance of fifteen pupils. morning at 10 o'clock, and the 1 A. MCMILLAN
J teacher. Miss K. .Martin, ordered a big Teacher and pupils are well pleased with The fastest" selling\ article I have In Interment made In the Cocoa cemetery. "I just seemed to have gone all to Eau Uallie, Fla.
| can of tine ice cream from Jensen for the the location and the nice new" school my store writes druggist C. T. Smith "He glveth his beloved sleep." piece's," writes Alfred Bee, of Welfare
I pupl Is and friends. A delightful: evening where good word can and will be done. of Davis for Ky., "Is Dr. King's New Discovery 'Tn: "blllousne and a lame back hadmade For Bale.

I was spent at the home of Mrs. T. J. De- Consumption Cough and America') Famous Heautlen life a burden. I couldn't eat or
:;woben. Out of Death's Jaws. Colds, because It always cures. In my sleep and felt almost too worn oat to An ideal home on Indian River; about
sic years of sale It ha never failed I Look with horror on skin eruptions work when I began to nile Electric Bitters seven acres of land; good house paintedand

A word of warning could be given here "When death seemed very near from a have known it to save sufferers from blotches, sores, pimple They don't but they worked wonders. Now I In good repair; fruit trees, shade
([about the promiscuous shooting of firearms severe stomach and liver trouble that I throat and long diseasef, who could get have them, nor will any one, who uses sleep like a top, can eat anything have trees, tropical shrubs and flowers. A
near Inhabited dwelling To those! had suffered with for years," writes P. no help from doctors or any other rem Bucklen's Arnica Halve. It glorifies the gained In strength and enjoy hard work." never falling spring of pure water. Price
rho use the fire arms freely we woulday Muse Durham, N. C., Dr. King's New edy." Mathers rely on It, best physicians 'ace. Eczema or Halt Rheum vanish be. 1'hey give vigorous health and new life moderate good reasons for selling.\\ For
: "Be careful your shots do not find Life Pills saved my life and gave perfect prescribe It, and It. K. Wilson & Hon fore It. It cares sore lips, chapped hands, to weak, sickly, run-down people. Try further particulars, address,
narks you little mean." Proper gamean health." Best pill on earth and only guarantee satisfaction ,or refund price. 'chilblain Infallible for pile. 25ct at them. Only 60cta at B. It. Wilson Jk !*. W. C.,
be found without mach trouble. 25ct. at Wilson A Son's drag store. Trial bottles free. Reg. size Los and *1. B. 1C Wilson 4; Son' drug store. Son's drug stoie. Car AOVOOATC, Tltnsvlllo.lFla.&



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 31, 1902.r -
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; I Free'and some other impprwnuDie material A EAST COAST or FLtyrD.t 9
.y
little hay sad) or bi'UHh packed around ..
Accented" Masons. tbe tile to prevent slit from, washing 10 PARADISE RICAINIO." t

and clogging,. the drains will be useful, 'II'GTHa\
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'I tIt The ditch CUll then be tamped full ot r a 1

i u Indian No. 00 firm earth. Care should be exerciser y .0 EAST CROAT RAI1WAY.

1 j' I' In keeping the drains open and unobBtrnrted s

1 tL River Tltusvllle, at outlets. Underdralns are 41N4r4'k ,

useless unless outlets are provided for LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28 $$9O
/ I t Lodge. Florida. If the outlet III obstructed the water Is ? .
y
9h. HoMa ltn uutntintc the second sod fourth Friday kept standing In the drains until It gpksoFF .OUTK80UND-RUI DOWN. NOHTHBOUNO-HEM/ ,
of each their Indian River
ujoiitli a room,
soaks In and softens the foundation.
liotol,Titus -Ilia, at 7:3e o'cltxik p. lu.
J.. L.It.Curriitbar Walker WiirHlilpfiil Senior' Master.J. Where tbe road is built on n steep Ii 9 ..'N s.. ii Nell MAIN Link M*.78 N.- 82 Molt,/

T. II. Sai.riern. Junior Warden.Warden. grade some provision should be madeto r Z..1'D DU'T Dally : Daily Dally wiaua

J. M. Dixnu'Jraaxnrar. prevent the washing of the gutter -.
1
h. I, F.K. A. :Morgan Secretary. Into deep gullies. This can be done by P 10 IS.. Lv..Jssksosdllo................Ar T p IMa4a
F. Brown. Chaplain.J. :::::::: f pa .. ,. 1A..8ontb .; I1
I a v a
I J..k..o"Ule..I.- a a" ::
r'I' Rrreven. Senior. Ueaoon. paving the bottoms and sides of the ........ !5 p 11 U a : ...............8*. .. ..,...*_....*.>.. p I" 'to .::::
R. H .
I r Mime,Jr., "'tor IMmuon.n. gutters with bricks or field stones.! In .... Ip 01 P .. ... H.*..ilttir8.( ......**........ I 160 p T0. a.a ...
U.Vanlnndmicham. Sunlor Steward :::: :..:........... .. .......
.... 011 11 p 4 00 ..:
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F. M. Tavlnr.lmdor' Steward.r. order to make the flow" as small! as possible i: .. ... L..P..n.. ; a ;,:
........ p p ....... .. ....... t t 1.. 111 ...
W. Roberts, Tyler.IIIGinVAY. I Ir in side! ditches It is often advtsa ........ 41 I" Of p ., .......*.........Donauho.l tDuponl. ............... 4 I" e aMa .. ....
........ "p 11p .................. ................... ".. app .t a.._.. .
-- - ----- ---" ble to construct frequent outlets lute ........ 11 p I .0 P : *................Oriuontf..<........... ... ". 1 p p aa I ...
r the adjacent fields or streams! or II ....... It ..................D7ton.. .. ......... ... Sip 6 2* a ...,_
$0H p t ............... ors ...: ...:. 'I' I'
BUILDING. i 1. : :: O ft if ?.. :
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I possible, to lay underground pipes o 600 New : :::::: a r. ;
: 0p p ....*.......... SmyrnaOak ..... :' a i11> 4 13
blind drains with screened opening 171 a ..... 1.0 p : ................., Bill.................. :. 1 .. 51 ......a..I In.
0 00 a ...-... l 11 p ..................Tltusville......,......... tI ... fOt.
4} f MAURICE O. ELDRIDGE ON THE DRAIN into side! ditches at frequent Intervals ..... .. ...._.. 118. e ...... ............ Coeoa................... ... p :....... ...
t The size of side ditches should depend .....:.. ........ 401 p : ........... ....It..kl.dlf. ............ ::. f.10 P ..,.. ........:
AGE OF ROADS. ........ ........ 4 lit p .... .....HI... : "I"............ ....... .. ..
I upon the amount of water they are ?x ........ ........ 'I' P ....:........... )Melbourne.............. 11 37 p ....... ...:...
pected to carry. ... ... III p a.........,........Sebastian.! .... 16. a........ ...... .
Some J'rnvtlcal I'olut For Road. ...:.:.: : ..::. 01 p : ................. at.! LU Urt. .....:.:::....... ::. 11 ttJ ......... ....."
Tri IVeekly Sailings. ........ .::_. 1 10 P .................. Flere........_....... II I. a ........ ...
balldero-Limit of Grade Allowable The Kent Prescription for Malaria . ........ .._u I33p a................ WhIle Clt,.................,, :: I 1046x...... ...:."...
How to Drain the Surface 1'roperly. ........ ...... 141 p ...... ...........Tlbballs.................. ., II iii a ...... .... .
1 Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove'sTasteless .... ......:. W P "......:.............Jld.: ...................... .. 1028 a ........ ......
and
V hT A Remedy For FreealiiK. Chill Tonic It Is simply iron BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE NEW YORK.Calling .y...;... ....... GO.. :.Jensen................... :: 10'a a I......... ..."..
I and quinine In a tasteless form. No .......: ....... 00 J' ....._...>......... Stuart................... !o14 s ........ .....
Straight roads are best, other things ........ ........l I. >10 p .................HOMlo.nd................ ". .'K a... ...., .......
Cure, No Cure. Price 50cts. at Charleston S. C., both ways) ........ ....... .3 p ..............Wes. JnptMr............... IN ..::.: .......
being equal but In hilly countries ....... ...._.. p ............W..t. Palm Beaeh............. .. a IlK a ....... ... .
straightness should always be sacrificed ..... : ........ I 111 p :.................Bovnton................. .. 883.......... .::,
HOW SALT COOLS COFFEE: The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe .....:. ........ 191 p ...._..**...Ft. Laud.rdaL". 766...... .. ......
to reduce grades says! Muurle*} O. ........ ........ 0 II P ........_......Lemon .... ,.. II 51 a.. .... .1.. .. .
(P A Little ........ ........ 0110.. .4................... Wtaml.L. a 46...:.... "
Eldrldge assistant director of Experiment Worth the Try "'
public : :::l.
Clyde New and Southern Lines.
rond Inquiries. Hilly roads often become last Oat of Here Cnrloelty. England BUFFET: PABLOK CAB: OK TRAINS U AND 78.BRAXCH .

; covered with Ice or slippery soil Between bites of, the simple breakfast Direct Service Between : LINES SCHEDULES.Nt.
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4 making them very UHIleult to ascend he bad ordered the young clerk Jacksonville, Boston Providence and all Eastern Points
,
{..t i (with loaded vehicles as well as danger gazed nervously at the restaurant ITrssr ft*. M No. 83 Ho. 49Dally. N.47 PlLAT1CA N.. 41 N.. 48 N.. B* No. B4 1.. H
fiL (Calling at Charleston S. C. both I
clock It was plain be bad overslept ways) LaUy. D ally. Dally.TSTp". Dally. BBANOK.Lv ; Dally DallTTKT/. PallTTTp/. Dally.Ball,.
, ous to UpHcend. Water rushes down _

i i them during rainy weather at such a himself and was paring the way to future -, 'Southbound.......................SEMI-WEEKLY.......... .' .....SAILINGS. .... ..from Lewis Wharf lio ton t rig Slip I 15 p 400p1301p 11 fl K a e 4 M* a a .Klatka1ArB. Palatka r <4 00 Ma a I Ha .a nr?
1JA rate as to wash great gaps along their indigestion by bolting his too Northbound................... .....<.,.. .. ....... "....trom tout of Catherine. Street Jacksonville. p lip Oolp I MNo

Ides or to carry the surface material The coffee was the stumbling block. It BTDally.. No. 45Dally. SAW MATED BRAJfOH. Mo. 41 Nn (|

away. As tile grade increases In teci>. was hot- hot-but- the clerk needed 'St. Johns River Line. Dat.y. Datlj,
very
1 Clyde p 10 a v.,...,.. ................as eat a......................... 6* a {y
ness either the loud has to be Ulmlnlnb- It badly and be sipped It carefully, (DeBary Line.) p 8 80 a Ar......... .......... ,, San Mateo ....,......... ,..... ...L'ft M aN g h ,
1 i1 ed In proportion or additional horsepower ha vie t due regard for his mouth and 21 Mt. 19 No. IS No. toSund'y
1 BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. No. 17
Ne. !
used. tongue. $ I VATPOBS BBANOIT. Ni.1ltallf.
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1)) ,
''t'V Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. Branch Bere f ord(DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate land. OnlSAnliy Dally.njrp. Ex Bun Dally Only. .

Most roudbullderi prefer 3 per cent But time pressed and with a parting tn t on the St. John'Kiver.STEAMER JoT 10 05 a 8 811 a [ T............Jaoksonvilln ,.,,.,......Ar TTT a- TTJST
grades to those of 4 per cent where glance at the clock he reached fur his "CITY OF JACISO Vn..L&" / Oip tole a / 03 p S i2 a ..So.. Jssk.e n.lll..........LT T sr a 11 >My W
thev can be secured! without mlilltlminl glass of ice water and prepared to pour i e40 p 10 46 a Mp 9.14. ",........... P ab Baachr.,......... T Oft a 11 Ma
-- ---- -- IS AtTOISTED: TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS t 141 p 10 6O a Ji P IB aM ...........Atlantic Beaeh......... 1 CO a 11 46 a JSJ
some of the frigid fluid Into his cup. Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville 3 OO: p.m.,. ............Suixlnyg,Twedaye anil'nurdays: e 00 11 M a 00 9 a Ar......,...... Mayport LT a 46 a 11 M a 439
1 I '.;*. : "Don't spoil your coffee, young man," Leave 8ant.ortll/:30'".m........ ............... ". .............Monday WectaaatUjii. and Friday! it'if M.ia *

IV f ....,:.. _Zfl.,. aid an elderly gentleman who was Roiitbhouna. SCIII DULK. Northbound. 'AX*** BJLWBX3HD BRANOID.Da IT. Sily OBANGID'@f1' BBAIfOB. WSun.

eating his breakfast the other side Read down. Stead UI'| .
on
"", .... .... ..... ... .. .... .... .,tit Sun. Run. Sna.DA .
\\4* 'i'iSf'U Leave 390 p. m .. .... ... JACKSONVILLE ..; .... Arrived ( Sin
i of the table. "You take all the good .>. s.4S p.m.... ...... ... .... .. .j.. ..I'ALATKA........ .... :.. ................Leave 8no pen LT..........Tltinvllle........... + p ;? P LT.......,.K w myroa..Ar
out of It by putting Ice or Ice water In 3roa.m... ..... ......... ........ .. .ABI'OK ..... .............. ... ........ 2.30 p.m 7 ]ass LT.. ,** :..,Ni Ins.*e p 411 D LT. .LakaHalcn, .. .',Lv /
IJt f I ".BO a.m,...........,.?...... ST. FRANCIS:: ....... ......... .. .... ......... 1 IHf p.m e 3at9a. LT. Oxte nLT. ........... M6> alla N p LT.......:Oran R e City:....:...L.I I h 1
It.: .... ....I............RLrltaSFOR1O.LAND!: (l : ) ...... .................. WOO n'n .... Entiprle..m....,, )* ( A pAr,......OrtCff*City Juool.... 101
1 The clerk was at first inclined to resent 8,00 a. m... .. .............,.......LUI1: si-Ri.Nua: : ... ..... .. .. ......... .. .... ll.m a mArrlve6.3D 0 Ar Sunford ll'Wk i
;15w t "i1 the Interference, but the patriarchal a. m..,. ............ ..........8ANFuRO.. .............. .................. 11.00 a.m The.eTlin. Tabl*> show the times at whla.'i trains ass, ba czpaot to arrlT and 4.p.a
-' from tbe a-T* al staiionR. but thiir arrival d
o. p r'ur al th* times stated t* not auereeste4
'. .. appearance of the other man Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. nor dors. the Company bold itself rmponilbl for any d.lu or i icom. soy o.ns.qu.ne, artilaf W.rtt'
tempered his resentment.

'(' ... "What am I to( do?" he asked. "I am A.C. HAOK1CTY,. East'n 1>a..". Agt. F. IRONMONGER, j..>...,AMI.Gen.Pa... Agt. Peninsular' :
19 State St., ]''few York I 204' West Hay St.,Jacksourllle ria. and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama,
y ; 5' ;: late for the office and I want this coffee HALXY Fla. .
i, ;;: THOS. D. : Local Freight; i I C. P. LOVULL: Aunt. Sup 6.fo.4hloganStJackeunvllleFla.
y' r rkl ... badly) | Foot Hogan dt., JacknonTllle Tla. :BBTAVBBIf MIAMA., KEY WEST: AND HAVAITA.. .
I JOHN. L. HOWARD,Superintendent, Foot Hogan St., JackaonYtUe. Fla.
"Let me show you Taking. scheme! TIIEO. G. KWKK!: General Ma.iager. WM. f CLYlJlG a (:o.: fieneral. Agents. SOt1'rIIBOt1ND. BO&rHBOt1ND.:
aid! the elderly man. the cylindrical Cnuaebrougb Building Instate St.,Ol'IIO.lts' Itettery Park, New Y..rk.'

POORLY DRAINED EARTH HOAD. saltcellar! from the table) he r.....MlamJ. HOIIl. We.,s......._........1 00. LvBavenaTharw............... ......feee.,
kl expense, but In BSTSio plncha'it'" Is ueces, C. 11. WALTON. Agent, TitHSYlllo Tla. /10,. Key w..r.,oru... Thurs....._........1; 10 It I A' Aey. W..'. Thura....................... 1 8t ,
wiped It carefully with a napkin then L". Key West Thar...................... 10 11 Lop. Key W..,.Tu... TIt.r... ............ T CO
Bury for various ramoua to Increase reaching over deposited the glass ves '" r. Raya"a. I't.. .... ..... ...._ ....... .. II 00 a An M.ami Wed". art. .... .. ............. 6 M 1

the grades tu'L per, cent With the exception sl'lln the cup of coffee. J'oreopJ:of l'.oe.1'Jlme Card address any Apnt"

of mountainous regions! where "Salt you know has peculiar cooling SE.A.B: c> I> 3. D. B..A.JDTE.B..., AasL QeD. Pau.. Ageat. sr.. AUGUSTINII,. fLll..
steeper gniUcs arc often unavoidable, "
properties, be said meanwhile hold- ..
the aim should be, ou ull public high. Ing the receptacle firmly In position. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR -- -

Ways wWcli are tI'll,'eh'd by heavily "They put It with Ice, to Intensify the

loaded velilclfrf. to keep the grade cold when making Ice cream. It Is used v

down to 3 or 4 per cent nnd never let extensively In cold storage warehouses SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
1' ; At exceed 5 pl'f If lilt road must '
U cent.
and Incased
: for cooling purposes, being SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTIIIdKN PLNE1:\, KICllMOND,
lie constructed out of the materials
A In glass dues not affect Its power to
over which It IWBSOH. It lit l often possible any great/: extent." WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NE-iV- YORK,

to select a route where the soli la withdrew saltcellar
As he spoke he the
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better adapted for the purpose than from the coffee and motioned to the Two Elegant Trains Dally EFFECTIVE OCTU. 11.. &U02.No. .

1, that found where! first''located. For, --
man to drink. lie ruined the .
younger 84 'IIn.' all
: tl Instance nulls adjacent to the beds of cup tu bis! lips and to his surprise. Florida and Metropolitan Limited, NORTHEAST Route JnI11, II.,lIy, NOitTlCtVEST. Route. I [Co lalq.' ,I'

I streams or In inorussea and swamps found the liquid cooled to such! an ex Seaboard Fast Mail. .Jacksonville. Southern Ry 9 Of' 1i 7 !as p. IJ". JacksontYillelollthern Ry,.. 41 I''
LciiLtf close and uervloutt, aro very difficult Lv. Savannah Southern Ry I tap. 12 30... Iv..leMUI' Southern fly 'TI"+ 44 I'
tent that he could drink It without inconvenience :
v. Charlotte, Southern Rv 9 eO p. 10 INS a. Art Matt.m. Southeast Ny .. ,jIMI) n
to surface and eubdraln but MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. AI' Danvllle, Southern Ry 125? a, 140 1'. erv FIo.y/1la./ Southern Ry. .. I ".. .4Yn
often be Ar. R china".... Southern Ry'7-00 : A.. Atlanta Southern its.. .. ,
l ifla. I routes over such /ground can "The uses of salt oremalllfoltI..1I1111the from Jacksonville a. T4P "
ONLY LINE Dally Through Sleepers! to
Operating Ar ROckinar' ; S iithern Ity u '
Ar
: avoided by locating the road upon elderly man, with the air of one beginning AI' LvnnhliUrg-RonttheMt-R'CLarlottevilL Tfir1J'fp:. : pr: Rnme: ,. Somhern: Ry.:: ': .: ,
f Southern 4
1 Ity 311 a 6 ell
New Orleans. p. .
; higher ground where the natural a lecture. "I remember oncewhen AI' \VIIMIII..pton; Southern ity 7.1) ... 1/ 30 P'M.AI', Dalton louthem Ity.' '' p.
I Ih .t
\ AI' althunre, P. R' ft' ... 9 00 II Chatoanongn. Southern ItJII.
is better a. 311
drainage 1 was In :Mexico"But : : ? p LII. to oI e
('r..oent
t 1 + Another consideration In choosing the clerk! wltb another glance at For< full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent AI'AI''. New Phlledelpbla Turk. :R I'. R R: It'ft'..........11 2 00 12 p.a. 6 9 11II 30 a.a. "' 1f.OakllaJ.ClIattanongalllIeeD.. Queen C 1're..wnr.. I I''Una, II

the line of travel Is that roads 011slopl's the clock thanked him profusely and 1 Seaboard, or, writeA. Art AI".8..n"ar.et.Burgtn; Qlle..n Queen t k:: Cr.'ent(,,'rtMotmt! + ,, 6 I 'Jt I'I'No. '

having u southern or western dashed out of the re8tuurant.-New O. MxcDONELL' Asst. Gen. 1'ass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida.. 84 New] Turk.and.. Florida Port Tampa EXpl'eB".and JIICl Daily. Ar 101'..i.euton Cinehmatt, Queen Queen fit Jc: Crescent're..n&.. I 7 t :301 I In .r
exposure can be much more satisfactorily York Mall nnd Express. eonrlllatuNewXerk. Jltnlng car..
LvClnOtunatl;; II Fiii ;R..llte. ePNo. !
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maintained than --- ---
and economically Ar.Chicago: HIK Four Rnute. .. ; I
W
30. ".blnpto.; Richmond and Florida ItsF
those located on eastern or northern Miss Helen Gould has been made an Lludtelvlalttchmol.d, I tlllm,, Lv,1Inotnnatl. "enn. Lanelt .. .
nlly. \
1 x. <>w JR.A. 7hES.TO blnago, Yenn.Ls. .. .,.. 'II.
slopes. Water Is the most destructive honorary member of a fire company at SPECC1fi.L: ... Ing Care Jack..o.yI1l. to Now. York Dining A.L : -
1/
Car.. Lv,('lnainnat C. ---11-1" P
agent to a road and yet if a few simple Binghamton N. Y., to which she baa II Ar.CIJI..llo. C. H.&I>.-J\lollon.. .. I. -II.. : .
principle are followed it can be TOCVNCINNATI f..f'lndnnati r. Ii. )-. ii\i] ( nr +' I
,//'e f given $4,000 for a hosehouse. It Is CALIFORNIA' COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON', WASHINGTON, MONTANA THltOUOIl THE LAIoiIOJl'A... Toledo. H..I'-Mll'h.C..n'i si"" .
t easily dealt with. Earth Is more susceptible .
nil: SKY. 4tLrrixingtou
hardly expected however that she will Ar.lJ.t..lt. C. H.&I-III1..II
3 to the action of water and and the NORTHWEST Snatttnrn r ap
t more easily dissolved and moved by it rim wltb the machine. NORTIIBOU-i). noun: I Na. 30. ArIA'I1I"YIII.., Ron.-"orn. Ry .., I P
VIA WASTEUN' ATLANTIC R. n. and NASHVILLE' CHATTANOOUA ;: ... .. .I'' I '
Lv..t"ckeoonalieh\ nthern : : :: = Sap 1..l.oul"vlll., Flo"Ulern It.,. : ;
1 than any other road material and for President Oal'r' and President Mitch L..R"valln..h. S..theru ::1:130.: fir Nt. Louie. ., South"rn ny. .. -
thU reason too much attention can and ST. LOUIS!:! RY. Lv.Colnmbia) Monthurn 7 00 a No: nt"Th; F'lorklaUi it>efilaUy a.,!hIAI'
hardly be given to the drainage of ell's opinions of each other are now so A.beYUle. R..thern nv--"I 100p train 0' vestibnlec.n"heeantrullman.. ..I""'1 1"11"AI'
.
thoroughly understood that there Is no Dixie Flyer> Route Hot Springs. Southern 2':3t P mil rll..kMlUlyllle t. .
roads. Drainage alone will often AI'Cinclnnatt tlueen.It II 19 .a 11. C. HUNT City Pneeenger nail TI"ker1:'"I'+

gI change! hud road Into a good one .YDnrE'ut need of further elucidation. No. 3O Pullman drawlng.room sle.'ftlg- ('Itv Ticket uln...... SOS W, Bay Ptrarr.Jackeonvllle .
1 _._ __ ears }t.F. CARP, Dt..lot 1'ae.engee Alvot.Jnekartnvitla ,
while on the other band the best h. During September and October, IOU:!. to Clnolnn tI Fla. ._

road may quickly go to ruin for lack For matter rates schedule etc. write to or call onE
I .!descriptive ,
l of drainage.To SHYLOCKShylock C, II. ACKAKT Oeii. Mgr. 8. II. IIA18DWICK, G. I- '\.
drain u roud aurface properly water J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent,

t i e should be got rid of before It gains 213: AVnst Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Washington I> Ctiv.

I force or headway or has time to damage C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager. II. TAYL.OK. A G 1- A, Atlanta Gn.
the road. It is Just as economical

) / nod far more practical for the road- Atlanta Ga. Nashville, Tenn.Atlantic -

T'1 1i1i' builder to put In four or five twelve was the man who -

Inch cuherU at such points as may be THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
wanted a pound of human
found necessary! in a mile of roadway ,

as it is to carry the water Along the flesh. There are many Coast Line
R'y. Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada
higher side of the road a mile or more
the convalescent
Shylocks
t and be compelled! to deliver It in a now,

twenty-four inch culvert. When water the consumptive, the PRICE $".00 and $8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder in the I aIn


J II i permitted of a roud to through remain in the the,winter foundation it sickly child, the pale young The Great Through Car Line from Floilda.-Connections: Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.

friezes expands: : and loosens the soil. woman all want human flesh To the East Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Wash- For Sale by ,
Ington thence via Pennsylvania R. I{. Jas.
One hundred volumes of water make ; Pritchard & Son

when frozen 101) volumes of ice. When and they can get it-take To' the West The Louisville A Nashville, via Montgomery TITUSVILLE FLORlIJ.A
the warm spring, weather comes this Scott's Emulsion. The Mobile & Ohio K. R. via Montgomery.:
SEE THE TESTIMONIALS
w leo melts and o. there la no place for To! the East Via Steamship.. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS-

the water to gi'> the ruts in the springy' Scott's Emulsion is flesh Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to Xew York, -- -- -
soil I become and deeJCr1ntll Baltimore. Via Savannah and Merchants
cli-eper Washington and A:
wagons often sink to their bubs and and blood, bone and muscle. Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEAll

: k horses" Uoumler laboriously through the feeds the nerves, strengthensthe To Key West and Havana, via Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company

', resulting slough. The remedy, therefore
E ( is to get rid of the water In the digestive organs and they HVXilo-evso TJ.olE.ots.; ; kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.

foundation of the road and get rid of feed the whole body. Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood over 1.1,000: miles of among tbe pilnIpal LETTERHEADS, NOTEHEADS, :ENVELOPES' BILLHEADS, SIIIPJ'I'"
: It before it bus time to soften the substructure
rii railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents.; TAGS, GAUDS, etc., eto., printed cheaply and expeditiously..
I or freeze. Kor this purpose It For nearly thirty years -
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Is advisable to construct horizontal -
I Scott's Emulsion has been the Addresses of parties in the north sent to the .undersigned( will be liberally supplied -
drains under the which '
roadway with all Information and handsome advertising. matter.
41! .1 i il should empty Into the open drains or great giver of human: fles 1. reservation etc call( write to WHITE'S CREAM
For information as to rates!, sleeping ear on or
,/ the mitunvj% water courses at frequent WoiMs vERr.1IFuCEIJ !
W. D. STARK
Intervals We will send of FRANK C. BOYLSTOtt, ,
you a couple Trav. ... B..tleGusltw.
After the drains have been carefully Commercial Agent. Pass. Agent. !>o'In tj.; lly.

l 7ll' luld. the ditch should be half tilled ounces free. T. M. EMERSON: 1:18: H.West M.Bay EMERSON bt., JACKSONVILLE, W. J., CRAIG FLA For 20 Years Has Ltd tlj i 4 Wrn; rbr.u:db3s I KEE&fflSS.'t'repnrwl : :.

:with rough broken stones or, if no
SCOTT & BOWNE. Chemist Asst. Traffic Mgr Gea'l. Pass. Agent. Iooxaxa> xs sr J k.xx:: : >=*-.ves' zs.IxsJAP .
:
stones are available, with broken brick. tOO- 113 Pearl Slr at. Now York. Traffic Manager. ; *y- _.... ,..-9E8 F. >LI.AnD:) St. Lou,9.

bats, lo.use guud, gravel l. cinders, or jot and fi.oo I ail d.u"JIi"" WILMINGTON, N. c. 4_. .-...........*..wwwvrvw.,w-w_x* ,

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TITUSV1IXI2.ONVniKIIOJlANKIVER.. APPLE CANKERS. \J "*.Holmes The Walton Self Lacking Pulley. Block.

Z7II--- RIVER 20TEZ+, There Are NOT Lar..ly Kn m..lo.'I'.'." -, rPATENTED
the Attention of Or..a"'l.t..

The cancer. oC apple trees !bag: been (Sages of the scientific! world are com.Jletel IN TilE UNITED STATES and nil CIVILIZED COUNTRIES..
attracting the attention of orclmrdtsts .' dumfounded at the spectacle ol
TITUSVILLE*; ., In various parts of the country lately.IL a"six..vo.tr-old boy restored to perfect
w HasHelbrlng of the Illinois station health after being submerged in ten This REL1<'-IOCKING TACKLE! BLOCK which has just heeD
FLORIDA.
{ feet or for minutes.
water
thirty
has also lately investigated the whole 1 Stanley Holmes accompanied his fu' patented all,the civilized countries throughout the world, wllk:
hIs hoist and lower like block and tackle and WILL STOP ANt-
subject of apple caukers, and from flier n yacht owner of Anglesea, N, J.,, 4 allY ,
report the following Is learned: oft'a tlsulnc excursion recently. While Y.OQKU1'OMArfICI.J..Y whenever needed. Soft Rope Wiro

..: J. G. BAST, Proprietor, The common term "canker" Includesall fhe }':icbt was returning n small squall 'lt ?1 Hope or Chain can be used Nothing; to get out of order.atiy parser
diseases Involving portions of the a .>m1! Imminent.!\ William Holmes sun use. It. NO CLEAT NEEDED Tim Mill!" device Is' used Ire
'
f /t ? living bark of trees. These may be the father of Stanley, anchored and Cheek and Deck Blocks. Will hoist, lower and lock at will, from j
y duo to different cnua(>$. Several canker ;tbbn decided io'try to reach shore in below or at any height upside, down or at any angle, an ounce or 3& t '
eta DUCK SHOOTING. diseases caused by fungous parasitesare a rowboat\ Into this trail craft pot tons!!!, according to the size and shape of the.!! tackle block. Only one

known In the United l States.If ,iloluies und his little son and three If rope, chain or wire rope Is med! at a time, Thename pulley does for '-

and FISHING. the canker Is found In Its first ,men who comprised the fishing party. each. 'l'LerN: Is no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger/ attachment -
The little boat had been pulled scarce.thlfty
.. .. stages, however, it may be useful to jty. feet toward lauOi'wheu the to this device. .
Rates: $2 50 per day. cut away the injured bark and a por storm bmat. The bout WAS swamped The[ Selr-Loeking'I'ackle Block Is necessary for Yacht 11111'Ii'II-
woutlllc9ve1'ed
6f the wood and keep the
tion with bordeaux mixture or in a second, the four men clung to the'bverttirued fief of all kinds, Bridge and! House. Building, Aerial Trolleys' Railroads -

rt $10 and $13.per week,, paint. The bark at the edges of the \ craft, Holmes supporting Quarries, Lumbermen, Wareliouoen' Maon, Foundries! Marino si.rvfct!.
wound will grow out and heal over llttte Stanley. The squall' swept over Mines, Machine Shops, :Steamboats: Stage Scenery, Painter!', Circuses!' Breweries -
the Injury. them In blind. fury. They wore too fat' Wells Stables, Harness Rooms, Butchers, Tanneries, i Slaughter Houses

JACKSONVILLE. Limbs which have extended: diseasedareas Cimmerian from share to darkness be seen! that In the descended almost Factories of all kind;,for use in hoisting: ashen and for farm and plantations,_

... f. should be removed and burued. when the cloud burst With the rain Fire Escapes, Fire Departments, Riggers Cnn also bi used In theJProtectlow
When a limb is badly Injured; it is:: so whipping\ / them pitilessly and the waves of Fruit! Trees and gathering of Fruit! and Vegetables, stretching wires amPropes

IJVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE;FLA.: of weakened little value that the and fruit the borne death on of it the is making sport' of the little dingey to of all kinds. Hoisting Flag, Dumb Walters, Elevators, Sail Boats of all

limb is only a question of time. Mean which they clung. the four men and the kind l Awnings, Tents, Blinds, Bicycles, Electric Light purposes, Hash Lights ,
boy desperately' struggled! for their In Meat Markets And all kinds
while diseased! spot is n aource'of Stores of "" Hunting Camps, and Private Houses! ; :
every
danger to the orchard and cannotbe lives, holding; on. like film death until from the kitchen to the bed room. In fact, it cnn be used. I with :great utility ;
Opposite poatoffioe.. Centrally located. 'Thoroughly repaired and re the gala should subside wherever tackle block is It time
needed.
.y too quickly removed. The canker a saves money and labor M no tyisgror .
Five minutes after the boat oertxirned ,
novated. Newly furnished throughout. : spots frequently occur near the trunk, fastening! of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything else,1 s needed.!
Liberally conducted ., Stanley slipped from his father's
so that the life, of the tree is endangered grasp. The nKoulzivl man felt wildly All kinds and all sizes can be used t'lthelAhore, or aboard ship, and will

Rates $2.50 per day and up. by them.Infections caused .around in the turbulent waters, but not cost' much more than the ordinary pulley blocks WAL'IOX'S PATENT
through wounds could not find the boy. Clinging with SELF-LOOKING TACKL1S BLOCK is similar In shape weight tmiTsIze to the-
B. W. SPERBY, Proprietor. by can be to a great extent
pruning by careful attention to the one band to the bout, Holmes swept ordinary pulley blocks In every day use i and is made In different shapes and!
prevented
1 details of the operation. The indiscriminate around searching! for Stanley, but the sizes to suit nil purposes. There is absolutely! nothing to get out,of order. I*

ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. and careless cutting of little fellow had been swallowed, by has no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger rope; and l suit rope' chain and wire

I. JACKSONVILLE FLA. blanches frequently practiced is detrimental the riiKlntf sea. rope dan be used in the same block.A .
The storm; lasted thirty minutes and '
to the health of the tree aside It had sample of the pulley block may be seen at the TIAS'I1' COA T ADVOCATE:
then subsided as quickly as
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened it offeis for
from the opportunities' aiisen. Holmes, unnerved and crying olllci'! Tituaville, Fla.! \
this seas n. Fine cooking and Hot parasites of all kinds to enter. had J. 0, WALTON
good table. and Cold Water !dyer the ions of his boy, only ,
Long stubs should never be left on strength to swim and wade to a sandbar Inventor of tht1*abvvu!;; also, Patent Calking Tool for Bout, EtoOillces
Baths, Elevator, eto Five! minutes from any wharf or depot. All the tree. Limbs should be cut closeto '
not fur from the spot! where the New York, Boston and Titusville, Fla.
branch without making
street cars pass the door. Rates $2.1)0 to $2.50 per day. ,_' the the wound parent unnecessarily large. Wounds boat hud been overturned. As the water __ .. .. "_ __.__.._ __ ___ __. .. ." n _
becamo( Shallower) and Holmes
Mrs. A. WALKER. ,. Proprietor. caused by proper pruning heal without ceased swimming and walked toward
difficulty. They should be kept' painted the Band bar his foot struck something Official Supply Houso of The Illinois i I Fishermen's Association \
or covered, with bordeaux mixture. soft. Fearing it might be a shark he I
NEW VICTORIA HOTEL Corner JMainACKSONVILLE and Adams Sts. Injuries caused by climbing.about'in hastened.tpland t and when: sate turned The Chicago Net and Twine Co. '
FLA. the trees' can be prevented entirelyby to look for the supposed shark.
picking from ladders. There is Then he saw the fringe of a well Manufacturers of- o'
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates 2.00 and $3.T>0 per rarely any necessity for climbing the known blouse Just peeping from the H

day. European plan; rooms, 50 cents to $1.00 each person* tree.... to pick.....the-fruit.- -..- top of the water. It was the body of
t'-' his drowned boy completely submerged
It., .
BIXLER Proprietor. A NEW CARNATION.A with the exception of the fringe of p Oa .

pink blouse. Holmes quickly waded 6 a j
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SiABItEEZE. Par White of Henatlful Form and in and carried the apparently lifeless rH
Clove Pr.Kr nee. body to the Band bar. Signals to An. !

The accompanying Illustration from glesea speedily! brought help. :
he Clarendon Inn and the Breakers; SEABREEZE. Gardening shows a new carnation, the Fortunately for little Stanley An- .

Empire State, of which Its originator, glesea happened. to be well supplied I
811''S I FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Celcrl tlon. ,
Mr. Marqulsee : S
UNDER THE ;
SOLE MANAGEMENT OF Col. C. C. POST.These .
"It Is n' pure white, of beautiful Dealer tIn Seine 1 wine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Eta r.e
two commodious houses,at Seabreeze, the most popular summer re form, very full and double, with ser Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the FI.hermen. 4
sort in Florida, ,will be under the management of Col. C. C. Post during the rated edges, and possesses an exceptionally 70-81-83 E. Indiana Ht.: ChlcttROlll.: '
summer season of 1002... Professor Sandold's Orchestra, from New York, strong clove fragrance. In size '..M lItlon The ADVOCATE' In your letter... t

will play daily, afternoon and evening. We are Members of the Illinois____ Fishermen's.! Association.TI' .
Guests can feel assured of a satisfactory table, and every attention to their i
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comfort. Rates, $.! to $2.50 per day; $l0 to $12 per week, Write for special --" -- -- --- ---- -

rates for families for the season. Address 'C. C. POST Seabreeze Fla. '
YOU WANT A...

L. Fl

'he Sea Side'Inn SEABREEZE, .Building Lot

(DAYTONA) FLA. ..

Opposite Keating'; New Casino and Pier. This handsome new modern ta
hotel situated on the finest Surf Bathing Beach in Florida Is now open for }l L or a lot with. a UUILDIXO READY FOR! OCCUPANCY,

the Spring and Summer trade. Large airy rat>ms. Exchange and Dining t LAND FOR AN ORANGE ROVE '
Boom overlooking ocean Fine cuisine and service. Terms $7 to $10 per tr4ti
L PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUOKGARDEN. 1 :. ?
week. JAS. n. JOHNSON: A SONS

Vlnter House: GRAND ATLANTIC Daytona -Florida. ILL : i : We probably have, for sale 'just what, yon are peeking.

-_. -- bettlerstre flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
WEST PALM DE CII. '
; I looking this way, drop a line,to
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3rd Vlct'.I'rr.>tlhlent".
V JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

The Leamington WEST PALM BEACH, BLOIUDA EAST COAST U'Y,

FLORIDA. tl
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WHJTB CAKNATIOf EMPIHBTBTATB. l I

W. 0. ERNST, Manager .\ it will easily average 3'. Inches In .
diameter and often four Inches. It has l P
On Lake Worths opposite Postoffloe and business houses Large verandas. unusual substance and Is a remarkably :

Strictly fil'8t-cl a. Summer Rates $2 per day. Special by the week. good keeper. It has a the strong stem It, BIT' Stew. H., St., JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
which properly supports flower.
..
r -- has the Ideal !habit produces no grass,
lICNDEltSONVILLK, N. C. but a constant succession of strong ,
flowering shoots. It Is therefore a free A
FULL
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and continuous bloomer." ,
HIGH PARK PLACE HENDERSONVItLE, N. C.;
A Good Western Apple Bo*. HIs FOOT BTBVOK MOMBTHINO SOFT.
letters received with life saving experts. Stopping at txvAEZ
OldStone Mansion In a park of fifteen acres. Judging from the :
r t eastern fruit men are taking.Increased the house of her father, which adjoins PREDAID '
For Booms and Terms address: Interest In the box as an apple package the pier, was Miss Margaret Mace, a Jio
MBS. FKEDEKIKA S. CANTWEII. says Rural New Yorker. The Inside medical student at the Women's' Col .
measurements of the typical Pacific I'ge of Pennsylvania. A stone's throw
coast apple package. In which from the pier, lit attendance upon an ? Pl a
NEW YOUK: hundreds of bushels of Oregon and Invalid lady was Miss Mary loch, a
California apples were received at trained nurse, formerly of Philadel .G QtS1I1
New York during the past season are phia. More fortunate still at the pier .
New York Furnished Rooms. 20V& by 11 by 0% Inches. The ends are where they brought little Stanley's
thrt! -fourthe inch material and all damp remain ashore was Captain IDoz.DfLIVtRCD I !!

Well flinched rooms at Ij%.,West 21st Street, New York. Southerners will four sides are one-fourth Inch hard Ladlam. who has -had more than a i
find this location very desirable for shopping and Is In close proximity to all pine The apple may be put In tightly, core of years' experience *s a life t t fOR ,
and the thin springy sides hold them a vel'. JG1w
places of amusement. Address: _
firmly without bruising. The box !Is With the assistance of the medical $12Cl9AIrP..t"
Mrs. D. REIILINGEIt,10: W. 2Ist street, New York., put together with thirty-two rough student and the trained nurse. Captain $9 ?
wire nails 1'% Inches long. This package Ludlam set to work on Stanley Holmes. -

has been carefully studied out by It was 8 o'clock! In the evening, four for the 1'ulmt Drawing. Co.

the shippers and gives satisfaction' all boars after Stanley bad been brought .. .. .. .
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Hotel around. Lahore In his weeping father's arms
Marlborough before he showed sign of returning '
Stray PM.I. consciousness.! A feeble flatter of the ?1'ii1h-It; P .lIs ,They temporarily I t
cure constipation
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colorto
Phloxes give abundance of gay eyelids then a gasp and Captain Lud- *
Broadway, :wth and 37th Streets,. NEW YORE. the garden from,the first of July to lam knew be bad won the fight. Dr. by agitating the

400 Room, 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted quite late in September. Cohen a practitioner of Wildwood, bowels, but regular: action cannot be secured until the liver
Spraying with bordeaux mixture I. who had been sent for arrived at the secretes enough bile to make the Int :Olll1es'll."
on American and and is managed under the personal recommended the for execute their natural functions. Unn
European plans, as remedy hollyhock pier in time to pat the finishing touches
ural agitation caused by cathartics compels
supervision of the owner. rost. 00 Stanley's revival Three days later continual an Increasing doses to :
The mock: orange sometime called the boy was as veil" as ever. attain the results.
E. S. CROWELL,,Manager.Hotel n
syringe, g one pt the good old fashioned -
-,. shrubs of which one never tires. Stops the Cough I f
Flower seeds ma 'n In Sep und work. off the Cold.Laxative I
bloom on tfmrI.ver :
and 41st btreet, tember for winter the win i Uromo-Qulnloe Tablets cure a '
VelldofflPJ'Broadway dows. Petunias, phlox: and many other colt: in one day No Cure, No ray .. ; cures ChlU:
YO3K: CITY. annuals are ell good.In PrIce 25ct ew and"Fever, and every form of

the south perennials and biennials Malarial, Blf'ous'! Renittingandlater
FIREPROOF." 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet should be sown early in September. mitting1' Fevers, and, by going' to the seat of the

rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good'rooms $1.80; large rooms $2; and with Peony roots may be lifted, divided ,-works permanent cure.
and replanted any time from the middle FIFTV CENTS prig DOTTtB
private bath $2.50 per day and upwards. The management Is under the per of August till stalk appear rain rhU Laxative utgnttan Brorao-Quininc os.e.vyho. of ebs Tabtat.u. aeon/e..

acne! supervision of the o+tner. FRANK GRUZN, Manager. lit spring fno dUat carp a ..M .. ... dos D. It. WILSON & SOS.EAST .




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COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 31, 1902.
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II I : ifI'l' ., p APPEAL MADE. BY THE STA7 DEATH OF T. E. RICHARDS Robbins & Graham Co.<
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4 :. < Died at Eden, Fla., of heart failure, on
JEWELERS AtfD SILVERSMITH!* Friday, Oct. 21, 1TO2, at 8 p.m., Oapt.] (Incorporated.) ,
Democratic State Campaign Committee Thos. E. Richards,who was born In Newark PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.

a 41 Went Bay Street, comprised of Arthur T. William N. J., on June 18, 1880), where., 1 bill to Pass all
Guaranteed
a' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. J. M. Barre J. D. Fearoside, W. T. }'al- family have always been Identified with Tula: company owns,

mar J. I). Calloway. and J. N. C. Stoc the best Interests of the city la IfcT :3D S
Largest stock In this section of counti, ton, have Issued a call to the Democrat Deacon Thomas Richards bough the: Xw u ,Railroad Inspection.

1 Established in 18(18. voters of Florida to support the const land from tbe Indians, to found Lb.elty. In the Indian River Country; On the t ILncle St. --

r Send for descriptive catalogue. tntlonal amendment proposed to relieve The purchase extended from the top of ,"
River at New River and on Bay
i the present congested condition of the the Orange Mountain to the Pacer ;

$ Florida Supreme Court. river. Biscayne :prices to suit the times. -
p. t\ THE ANHEUSER BUSCH The remedy suggested Is a democrat Captain Richards was born of.'!old Put .
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lllj measure, and all member of the party tan stock, and was the eldest son 1 19
are urged to give it loyal and .enthua Samuel and Lucy Biglow$ Richards. lIe Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. 21 Jewel Jewel"I
; Brewing Asso's.Famous astlo support. The appeal Is as follow: was a ship builder by trade, which! 'OCCII-
To the Democratlo Voters of the State patron he followed until the fall ot 187,
of Florida: when failing health compelled him I to 'VeritasVanguard. B. W.
I St. Louis Keg and Dot- The Democratic State Committee
tied Doer. Florida, at its meeting in the city. of up the St.Johns river to Lake Washini ,
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I sold by Messrs V.A. Lesley and'.: Jacksonville on the 13th day of Aprl and ton, and had his boat hauled over to the G. F. DUREN, Agent. Revmond.G. .
1902 created campaign committee, Indian River, and began a search for a ,
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;* t R L. Motlow.TltuevllleFle '. by resolution charged that 'commute home In the "then wilderness extendlc CD ovr

9 C By Mr. H.In Motlow,Cocoa,Fl.., with the duty of representing the Stat: south along the beautiful Indian Rive s..:>> =:::!.
committee in all matters pertaining t to After weeks spent In prospecting for a u.ac-: ,
i JOSEPH ZAPI the present campaign and the election I to location, he located 100 miles south t of >' s>> --- --

take place November 4th. The democra Titusville, and having found It a paradli s:>> '
lo Campaign Committee deem it their! to his recent northern home, be called It a= :
",'" Sole Agent. duty to call to the attention of the dam:< Eden and be has always been known as ->> a'r L. MANDAVILLE
cralic electors of the State, the fact that the father of Eden. -
l 610 to 0:101Yeat\ Bay Stree, the Democratic State convention, held I In To Captain Richards' perseverance and L YJ Ijn ,

I,' Jacksonville in June, A. D. 190Q) unanimously untiring energy, the pineapple induct >sjCA. ,
1, JACKSONVILLE FLA adopted as a plank in Its platform of this State was brought up to a final _=_ -10a '. JEWELER ANJ3! OPTICIAN.
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I H the following: clal success,. to which, is due the settli) .. cti T TITUSVILLE ... FLORIDA.
OWVIOTOW "We declare the present condition of mauls and prosperity of tbe East Coast : b ,
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rr, tf the Supreme Court docket to be Intolerable from Fort Pierce to the St. Lucie rivet, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
j t the long delays getting decision and In hilt loss the county and State have I
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amounting to practical denial of Justloc :, lost one of its bent and most valuabl I EZ.: :ee.:: .. ; <::, ., '

This condition hits so long existed that citizens; aDd the Congregational churc DEALERS IN-
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0 oselble, without additlonaconstitutional one of its oldest and honored: members, 8.jP .
1 provision, to remedy It, also. its deacon The Masonic Lodg GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

//r and we favor such change of constitn one of its valued members and brother, ,
Ya lion and statute as will promptly remedy and the neighborhood Its oldest and ben We handle PRODUCE of all. kinds. We are agents for MAFES FERTILIZERS
We deal in the above line of goods andsolicit the trade of all consumers.
the Intolerable) condition. To that end< friend and neighbor. None ever wen exclusively
additional Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
we recommend that three justlces to Captain Richards for& favor that he .
be and E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
of the court shall provided, turned away empty handed. ,
that the court shall be divided Into': twi For the past three months he ha*bor \--. \

$ I 1 1t divisions, each having power to. decide bis"sufferings Mihout a murmur or corn
and dispose of oases under such regula plaint, and during all this time he ba :: A S. W. CARROLL

I lions as may be prescribed by law or the< had to remain sitting In a chair waiting ,
rules of said court." for the from his Master hIS ": I''
z summons ,yet -<\i -Dealer In-
The Democratic Legislature of lUoi' has not complained, but said he wa && rfi

t : provided for the submission to the eleo awaiting his Masters call and ready tu' --- : GROCERIES GRAIN, FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
'tors of a constitutional amendment, parryIng obey his orders. Everything was dom -*,- ,
I m Into et'leot..tbe. provisions of tha For him that medical skill and loving I Crockery, Glass. aadTinware.. Tour Patronage Solicited.

4 4 platform plank. hands could do to make his last days as TIT.FSV1LLE., .. FLORIDA.
Fine Liquors WInes Bears truth of the statement that "th '
I The pleasant as it was possible, and 'be end I
Ales, Stout, Etc. long delays In getting decisions amount same as peaceful and quiet, In the midst [Your Goes in Smoke I --
to practical denial of justice,"' is India of his family and friends. House up INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
_' Uy"Send me your order I and the fact that defendant
M. putable, soy The deceased loaves a wife two sons, and loose everything
j ,, ?' TITUSViLLE and CJCOA, FLORIDA against whom a judgment la l obtained, aDd one daughter, also one dangbter-ln It l Is you your own fault. 'TITtJSVILLE, FLA.
who Is able to give bond, can delay foi >
\ aw, all married and living in the immedl
'0'.1' I a long term of years the recovery of dam ate vicinity, who have the heartfelt sym- F J.ro :Jn.S'1rnn.co.8ufficlent II prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention.

-rif. : Bros.t age found b? the lower courts to be due,, athy of tbe entire community In that to cover the value of the property paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my. motto.T.

I J'' It: Hodgson. tncouiages the appealing of all caea,, heir sad loss of a kind husband, and : and household effects should be car T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
. j tf" "' : and gives an undue advantage to wealthy atlier. led. Rates are not high. The companlell .

J : :" \ : 'JTAUGALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA, ..ndlvidual or corporations, and forces }'nneralservlce "were held at his late we represent are solvent reliable and lib .

, .l_. ','. .. j >even judgment creditors to accept untonsclonable esldence at 2 o'clock p. m.,the 23th Inst.,, ral. Claims are promptly adjusted.-
+ I \\1'' { and In Instances, renders collection also of the Eden Congregational Special
f. Merchants and many pastor SCHUYLER & :3KANNING; ,
'k' General Ship Chandlers
} t; ;, of just claims Impracticable; and it burch, officiating. After which .hit
riTUSVlLLE FLORIDA
J < .,Special 'Facilities. Is also a fact that this is l a condition for body was taken charge of and burled by -
jf.: vhlch the democratic party through its be Masons, In a down pour of rain. Correspondence Invited. GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

; 1r :, i. foe Hauling Out Storing and Repairing ifflclals.. Is responsible.The Time hoi Ialel 1 his hand Glassware
11 State Campaign Committee heart not smiting It, Hardware Tinware Crockery
11 Yachts Launches. Democratic Upon my gently JET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID I ,
J \ deem it Hut u a harper lays liin open |mlm
: \.. .: under the circumstances, Upon his harp, to deaden Its vibrations Calking Tools If you. want: to Call
/ I t .. Atontloii the -40VOOATB when writing. heir duty to call upon the democratic your Boat with lightning rapidity. It Harness and Stoves.
at' the
liters in the State! to vote ensue
' ,1ft : saves time and money, and pays!! for Itself
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said
1 lujC election for the FIRE IN TITUSVILLE. -
' i I Notice of Drawing Jury. mend ment,wblclloff"I'the only remedy In bdahbnllderlS a few wanks.in In the use U. ti.by prominent Read- pfir-our Stock la Complete and We Can Fill Orders, Promptly: !

oven' to the people, and urge all demoratio morning boat-builders.'Price
testimonials from ,,,
,,I 'IJ'r' d r..1 The Judge of the Cuunty Court and county committees to take such Wednesday startled at call 11 i o'clock of fi..efrum 4.0O)( and $8 00 each, at the Ar>VocATS Jas. Pritchard <& Son.
find practicable to Mtusvllle was' by a '
; Florida, tees HS they may Tlcubvllle Fla.Laud .
, !]" ,: the Sheriff of Brevard county, the adoption of the constitutional the siesta whistles} in town, and office,, ,
the Circuit procure
Clerk of
M ,3'1' will meet with the .
Tltusville 1 I amendment. upon Investigation proved to be in the Postoffice Box 212,
J office In
Court, at the clerk's theI Published by order of the Democratic uildiug> HI the corner of Palm and Oaten '- For Sale.
:r I II, a.;ttA Brevard county, Florida, on Monday, streets ownud by the Boone estate, Florida.L'ITU
A. D. 100:1: at 11 State Campaign Committee.; -.' Titusville .
November .
"' 'ttr :3rd day of uf Bud occupied by Mr. W. R. .
, 'r14h, J I: o'clock a. m., for the purpose drawing Atmiirii T. WILLIAMS, Val Georgia ker and family.mmel1lalelya 17)( acres first-class pineapple laud, -
1i1t't f the jury to serve at the fall term of Circuit J. M. BAUHH, Chairman. hundred or more' cltl- esirubte (runt, on St. Lucia ilver at a

; '" 4 fit 1, Court la and for tirevard county, Secretary.TITUSVILLE. ens! rushed to the scene, but on their rgalri. For reasonable terms write, > 15VILL: : :: 3 L' IZTIRY: ST.A.ESLE.: :

, ; ,1,1, : Florida, which said court convene' on arrival it was seen that nothing could be W. W. LUCK:, -
r I l the 24th day of :November, A. I). 1003) ELECTION done to save the burning; building, and Tlbbals, Fla..

'I I .. :i being the 4th Monday thereof. The effort was put In protecting the SADDLE HORSES,
I J }10:11: r public will take notice, und be governed( very urroundlng property. The residencesf Are v'ou Going North? FEED! AND SALE.

J accordingly. hand and the seal of the The election for town officers took Messrs. It. W. Rhodes, W. S.. Bran- ...STABLES... + BUGGIES.
I Witness my lace at the Court house, Tltusvllle on log, Julius\ Klloe and John Goodwin
'l't"" I' Circuit Court this, the 23rd day of October louday, between the hour of 8 o'clock were tbe nearest and most liable to If you are ticket Can buy a first-class BAGGAGE r SURREYS,

If- A. D. 1902. m. and U p. m. There was very little hcnlte, particularly, those of Julius Kline ouod-trlp over the Clyde or Mallory -
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. I' [L. e.] A. A STEWART, xcitement over this auspicious event, and John Go'xlwin, which were adJoinIng lines cheap, by writing, or callingt and TURNOTiJTS! of
a 't Clerk Circuit Court, Bievard Co., Fla. u there were no contests except In the the burning building on the east cud tLe. ADVOOATK office, Titnsville. TRANSFER, w

f' between Mr. O. A. Frost orth. the heroic efforts of nearly a kinds..
; .' tee for Mayor, By lAULItf G, EJTC.i '. ..all
i : Ii. Malinger Wanted.We and Mr. J. O. Bast Everything passed hundred of our citizens all the surroundIng FOR' CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORESuse
t' otr with tranquility and good humor property was saved. Tltusvllle was Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at B. R.
J. M. OSBAN & BRO
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'f'' '.. Nearly the full vote of Tltusvllle was gain favored by a lucky wlpd< .. I desire to employ a trustworthy oiled. The ticket as nominated in the although[ quite blgb, was blowing Steady f : rUSVILIEDack of Grand View hotel.- ;" fWRIDA.

i .I lady or gentleman to manage our business first citizens' meeting was elected in full, from the north thereby carrying the
., toj' /oj In this county and adjoining terri aB follows urning( cinders into the vacant lot frontag VER> FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- -
l r rya: tory. Our House Is well and favorably For Mayor: O. A. Frost, 57 votes; J.G. the building aud far down Palm ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use THE OLD RELIABLE

/ ; known. $20.00 straight cash salary ...df \V. Bast, 41 votes. Frost's majority, 16. treet,setting Osban's livery stable, two by boat owners In the United States.
I", all expenses paid each week by Check For Marshall and Collector of Taxes;: locks away, on fire several times, butrhicu Price $4.00 and $3.00( each, at the ADVOCATE Rollins College
( t' ",.' direct from Headquarter Expense Van WorUy, 08. was quickly extinguished. otitce: Tltusvllle, Fla.) ,

f\f : ,I.:\y moneyadvanoedprevlousexperlenoennnece ; For Town Clerk and Treasurer: K. E. The residence of Mr. Julius Kline Has Opens
I Founded 188S. special Florida charter. The South Florida College.
Address, of times but by
permanent. number
'./ llar1; position Urns, jr., 81. ought lire a Line. Orange
r". ':nOMA.R J. COOPER, Manager 10-10( & Cax- For Tax Assessor: John Henry, 85.!! tbe careful watchfulness of those around Clyde Steamship, >October 1st. located on a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lake80l

r .: R ,1"" ton Building, Chicago, III. For Aldermen: L. A. Brady,,82; P. J. It t; was saved. Blankets were placed over !'ounty. Absolutely no malaria.

'., tl.f }' tall, lt'. the west end of the building, and upon Tickets and reservations via the Clyde JOLLEQE. PREPARATORY SCHOOUIUSIO

., ''. Iiade County Land For Sale."r" Messrs. Cb'r. F. Fischer, J. M. Osban, licse water was poured by large buckulrlgade. Steamship Line can be secured of Chas. SCHOOL.. SCHOOL ELOCUTION. ".

I A. J. Sembler and R. A. Bobbett, were H.[' Walton, at the ADVOCATE: office.-TI- BUSINESS SCHOOL. ART SCHOOL.:!
'1" he Inspectors of the election. Had the wind been blowing from any .
'f',1 For ale, cheap, the northeast quarter other direction It I II Impossible to tell Excellent equipment. Thorough, modern Instruction.
student
-oj r of southeast quarter of section 3 township rheie' the tire would bave ended. Certainly Beautiful location. A room for every
I .' ''I., 38, south of range 41 east; close\ tot THE CAMP MEETING.: the saving of the Kline building T.A.NTJtD-A lady TRUSTWORTHY In ea. ..h to OEXTLE-manage lest Board. Expenses low. Best Influences Catalog on application.

JI! O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on aved the whole north end of Tltusvllle, ,V manor liualneas for an old e county ed houne of REV. GEORGE M. WARD, D. D., Principal, Wbater Park, Fla.
,, St Lucie River;40 acres. for. had it caught, nothing could bave .olltl financial atanillnir- A straight, bona nde
,J f Also, the northeast quarter of northeast The camp meeting of the'Daytona dlg- topped the flames until they reached eekly cash. alary of &18.00 paid by chock ea..hWe'ln..day
direct from headuartera.
church with all -
Methodist expenm
I 4 .,' quarter of section 18, township 38., riot of the African lain street. artvancwl for expend Mantor -
t I J .' south of range 41 east; on south fork of rblch had been In session of the for-ten association: daysn Tbe loss on the building belonging to .. ,iHO Money : !Chicago. 2jun3 THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.
the grounds
,,4 St. Lucie River; 40 aorespplyto camp tbe Boon estate is complete,as there waso ,
,! CHAS. i ,. WALTON, Just southwest Tltusville was brought Insurance, and Mr. W. R. Walker lost
'. I : to a close on Monday, morning. The attendance TRAINS.
Titu.vllle, Fla lore than halt of his household effects, TITUSVILLE'S
: itffci'tf was quite large-probably a few and Is loss to him, In which be MERCHANTS.We .
quite
.i housand white and colored people beIng WHOLESALE, FRUIT PRODUCE & POULTRY.
, ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If bas the sympathy of everjone.
A.1 you are, get one of Walton'. Paten Excursion on the grounds trains during were run'for( the week the caaaion While there were numerous citizens The following of are the times trains of arrival to and buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce,
did all In their In fightinghe snd departure passenger
I
Tools invaluable to boat. who power our
Calking We give
; inundated with market for all
and the consigned.
and our town was thinks that Titusville: guarantee highest prices! goods
builders and owner of bOI\t.. Calk flames, the ADVOCATE: from will
; colored people who acted In a very or- attention the and business entrusted tons ]
l' boats more rapidly than any other the Mr. I'lerre S.Titus dencrvlog Of special IIOUTBBOq.'fD. lose personal to consignments, any ,
meetings.
.. t t calking tool in the world. Trice-$1,1)0 lerly manner throughout I'. Brown, or one of his lentlon for Ills bravery In '' taylng on Lea"e.Tltunrllla for Miami and I .F'tt: P- n.NOBTUROCHD. have the benefit of onr experience and knowledge of the market. Returns are
; Sheriff Joseph lutermedlate point at I
when
i'F' nod S.00 each At AUVOCATB office, tall of deputies, was on hand nearly ..11the the gable of the Kline residence, : : made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, ):'otatoOolons
hot that. nearly
t the fierce flames were so
r :, Tittnvlllo Fla. time, and the presence of the officers else was driven back. save Tltusvlll for Jackaonvtlla I 1"9 p'Titnsvllle .m. Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peaches, Plums, Grapes
\ 01> the law undoubtedly did much to prevent veryone and Intermediate points at) to., etc.

A FIiio Home For: Sale. unpleasantness. or rowdyism either for Banford 1 M sat and will touch with the market.
We solicit In
'tlJl1 ;; 00 the part of the white or colored people. Card of Thank <.rrlvas TltnsvtUa from Sanford 1:13 pun correspondence keep you

11'it.' While the crowd that attended the -
A model southern home in South end meeting was considerable larger w.w..v-.r,. The, New York Grocery Co.,
\ I of Brevard county, on the Indian River, amp still had It not Editor Elld Coatt Advocates
'1 ban that of last year, .09-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, J'r.ORlP
+ In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice boon> for the unusually rainy weather, We take this method of thanking all '

1 9-i oom dwcJHnjj and out-buildings. Ten tho crowd would have been much larger. tbe kind friend who so ably assisted In /? rFZJI4JFFn7l"dt/ / "'"' -
acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, household
goods
,'.1 tying a portion of our
P a lemon, lime and grapefruit t.rees-mollt from the th'e.on the morning the 23th.
i iJ ': all have fruit on them Beautiful yards CHURCH NOTICES. Respectfully, ; Seeds For Summer l Crops.
f ,JI.. 'A' and lower garden. Will be sold at a MR. XD MB W. R. WALKER. "
'" l bargain. Foe full particular address ?
t I IOU The Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday

i' Ala Care ADVOCATE,TltusvUle, Fla. ohool will meet at 3:30 every Sunday Two Flue: Lots For: Sale. Millets Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans,'Peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, Glajj

, t. ifternoon. Beggarweed clean.

I Clothing Cleaned, Dyet.I" Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold divine Two fine 10-aor lots lying on Indian tp

I i .L' I services on Sunday next, Nov. 2nd liver, :-1 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a ffrfiJr..IyhFIh / CC1IJ IE.A.i:
1
[JPresscd and Repaired. Ladies'dresses In St. Gabriel's church, Tltusvllle,at 11 good: shell road. Each lot has 30O feet &; w1 U O irr71;
Address, a. m., and 7:30: p. m. Holy Communion river frontage. Illich.: bluffcovered! with Whipps, Clays Wonderful Black Unknown' Ladyfingers
i I"II t a specialty. SAM PERKINS: at the morning service. palm and hardwood timber. Good for Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices Conch Peas, Sooier; qt., postpaid.peck ;

I Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, Methodist church In grapefruit tangerines and pine ; 4.25 bushel. "
Services at the ranges! Aw Ccaltt.7c t Fertilizers.L. .
' I'1 I*. O. Box 235; : Sanford, Fla. ritusville, next Sunday, at 11 a. m. and pples.. No: better location on the river Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Too'.n. !

,' 7 p. m. Also at the IMehodlst church, at any price. 1000.00 for each lot. 1"eJr"'Fer4'W CAMERON. The Saed Store

) l r Reading notice ads. on this page MimI, same day at 3 p. m. Everyone C. McCAKTT, 123 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA
I ,I; t are live cent per line per week. uvltud to attend, A. M. Dalfler, pastor. Ankona, Fla. -

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