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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: November 7, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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35. NO. 11. ;
'LTSVILLE) FLORIDA FRIDAY. NOVEl\tDEn'7
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LOCAL NEWS, SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page 8. Capt. John McLean, of Jensen arrived FLORIDA STATE FAIR. AMONG THE HOTELS.

Brevard County School Board was -Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten was In in town yesterday.Mr. .
Lnd Topics of General Interest. in session! this week. -
town yesterday.Mr. -: K. It. Raulerson of Fort
Pierce
The Florida State Fair will open on Where to stop along tho East; Coast.
-Quite a number of down-l'iverpeople Robs L. Motlow paid a visit to was in town yesterday. Tuesday, Nov. llth, and continue until See list of hotels on page 7. i l
THE
ADVOCATE > '
were callers at the ADVOCATE oflloe this Cocoa 1'
on Tuesday. -lr J. M. Dixon of Tltnsvillo tho llth.
1.50 per annum In advance. week. was a Whore to stop In Titusville\ ? See TI. ; j
Tlio
visitor in Cocoa the first of the week Commissioner for Brevar I county J
Mr. II.
T.
Titus of
$1.00 six mo.ntlls.o. Daytona, spent tusvlllo hotel<1 on our 7th ,
Mr C. T. :McCarty that he ban page. ,I
"
-Attorney C. C. Chilllngwbrth of from reports
$2.00 an. to foreign countries. Tuesday until Wednesday in town. -:Mr. S. T. Hughes; one of Oslo's '
per West Palm Beach, was a vlbitor to townon secured a fine lino of exhibits of tho Tho ADVOCATK: Is now on file at all { 'f
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE Wednesday. -Mr. J. J. Jacobs, Charles Blum.ACo.'s office prominent yesterday.Mrs. citizens. was caller at this products and resources of the county. the bust hotels In New York city. ';,
able representative In town Ample linn boon secured at the
wag
hree cents by the per year week, it postage does not included.cost you Messrs., N. N. Penny, of Nathan ; on Wednesday. K.<: M. Godfrey, who has beenspending Fair, anti space tho Florida" East Count hallway Mr. II. lineman hall' leased the Magnolia / ,/
and W. C. Robinson of Ankona hotel Orlando for a term of
,
were in ban the of years
kindly to
given transport
the
In use scar
date of -Mrs. W. G. Patterson of Cocoa who summer Tltusvllle, loft, and
Note town ,
expiration printed upon Wednesday yesterday for Indlanola. the exhibit to Lake City. TheCommissioner many Improvements any !" ho made !
,
jrour paper or wrapper every week. This has been spending the summer la Georgia to the property.On .
left
la receipt for No need nrWe cannot guarantee to publish returned home on Tuesday -Verv little interest taken for that city, yesterday
a your money. was In the
Items that do to erect the booths and receive and 4th be '
not reach tliii ofnce before our page; will found the ad.
Jot us to send receipt for subscription. \Mr. J. II. election In Titusville on Tuesday and .
Install the
noon on Thursdays. Wynn, a popular resident exhibit. of the Wigwam Hotel Merritt, Merrltts
The date gives it to you. I of Fort Pierce, wan among the plonsnnt only r>7 votes were polled The booths will be decorated! with .111 Inland, Indian River It Is n cory, up-

TUB EAST' COAST ADVOCATE Is onI -Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished cottage callers at this sanctum ;yesterday morn -Mr. W. S. Brannlng, agent for the fine specimens of Crotons, Cycad Revo-. to-date liouxo, managed; by Mrs 12. J.
pale at the following news-stands at five : In :South: Titusville, Is for rent for log Oliver typwrlter, has just sold a beauty\ iota, assorted Palms, Ferns" and Floes Illalr. Road tho ad.
cents per copy : I the winter. Apply nt the ADVOCATE to the Planters' Security Hunk Jensen.Mr. KliiHtlcn. There will also bo for decorations
llr.1.: W. ,
Tltusville-B. K. Wilson A Son. office. Fry of Ran Qallle. was 1 dozen tubbed pineapple plants Mr. Jas. P. Vinlng of Ormond who

Jacksonville val hotel. -Mr..1. A. Brltton a pleasant caller at this office on Tuna G. A. Frost, one of Tltunvlllo's In full fruit, with slips and suckers, has so successfully man.igrd; the Grey-
'. News stand, Union depot who had been of Jacksonville, day. Whllo bore be became a subscriber attorneys who was recently elected showing the growth; different varieties look! WIHIamstown, :Mass., for several ,
employed cm the ADvo- to the AnvocATK. mayor", snout a day or so in Jacksonville will lie shown and the finest summers, has taken a lease of the Grand
CATR for the past nine weeks returned specimens.
'Jr' Reading notice ads. are ten cents to his home on Monday.Mr. Mrs. J. D. Lopez and Mrs. Wm. Copps, this week Giant Hamlioo and :\IIIslwll also be Atlantic hotel, at IJnyton.i.' "

line this of St. Augustine, who have been on a -Miss Aleph I\Ihnll. one of the teach- used for decoration Mr. W. W. Palmer who )has boon at
[per on page. Chas. II. Walton has returned to visit with Mrs Minor S Jones at Titus ers In the Tltusvllle Public School, wan There will be a wealth of pineapples Saratoga Springs; all tho summer, Is ex

,FOR BALE, CHEAP-A FINE BARI- Tltusvllle from his vacation of a couple vllle, returned home on Monday.Mr. a visitor at Cocoa from from Friday until shown and citrus fruits from every part pentad at the Magnolia" hotel, St. AugiiHllne -

j tone horn costing $::>.00. Apply to of months In the north. lie came south! John T. Blsmukes president of Sunday.: of tile countv In \profusion. Oranges, i this weok. \Mr. Palmer will be
"II. W." care ADVOCATE office. on the steamer Comanche. grapefruit lemons, limns of several vurl." accompanied by his family.Mr. .
[ the First National Bank of St. Augustine -Mr. and Mrs. 'V. II. Hall and family.of .
-Mr. James Andrews of Fort Pierce -We call attention to the nd. of ]Mason wash southbound etlos, kumquats| shaddock, eto. Tho and
passenger Sunday's Braldentown, arrived Tltusvllle!\ on vegetable will be Mrs I Wm. ditto formerly of
dlspliy Jouol-allthlngll
who has been on a vacation of several ;M. Clark, the wholesale commission tiajn en route to Miami for the United
a dayor Friday last, and are with !Mr. I Hill's\ par considered.The.. States hotel, Jacksonville, are
weeks In New York, returned home on merchant of 110 Murray St., New York, two. ents, Mr. and Mrs. K. W. hall: departments of canned and stopping nt tho Windsor hotel. They
on our 4th Give him tilal. preserved
page. a
: have
Sunday: just returned to Jacksonville
aftera
-Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell one of Indlan- -Mrs. Jennie G. Hall, of Providence fruits fancy' wInk, palmetto work
-Mr. R. II. McCormick who has been -Mr*. J. S. Stewart and Miss Frank ola' well.known oraugo growers, was a I R. I a property owner on Indian River, and miscellany generally will bo full. big soanon at Hotel l Tudor, Xnhanr

enjoying the summer months In Canada, P. Stewart, of Montbrook mother and pleasant caller at this office Wednes Is In St. Augustine, having/ arrived on The manufactured pioduots have not Muss.
has returned to Cocoanut Grove, for the ; sinter of Mrs. A. K. Wilson, of TItusvllla, day. the steamer Comanche lust Saturday been overlooked I, The ITotol )Palms will Its doors to
winter. I who have speot the past five weeks In to see him In Titusville. Tim Commissioner has been tireless In the public within n few pays, and with
town, returned to their home on Wed -!Mrs. B. R. Wilson, of Tltnsvillo, Is his efforts, and has personally canvassed) M rll. J. C. Stowers
-Attorney Jas. T. Sanders, of Miami, nesday. -Mrs. J. F. Lane of Jacksonville, returned spending the week In New Smyrna, the nearly of the On all as general managerwo /
every part county. bespeak n season of comfort and
returned home, Sunday, after spending home, Saturday, after a delight of Mrs. J popularity
guest; Turner. Mrs. Wilson
hand he
-Miss Lin a Oerow nod her friend Mrs. has found a willingness to do \Vost
says our Palm Beach cor
of In attend ful sojourn of several weeks In the north.
couple days Jacksonville expects to return home next
y. J. Hyde, who have! been at Cambridge Tuesday. all possible to help the county keep respondent.Mr. .
Mr. Lane her
law welcome
Ing to matters.If gave; a glad .
Springs, Pa., and New York, for some arrival on the Comanche. upon.her -Pr. R. M. Mason, the Sanford dentist abreast of her sis tor counties. Both In Fred
C. has
you are in need of a fine carriage time pant: returned to Jacksonville on will be In Titusville on November10th decorations, variety and extent of material King boon enjoying 1&mll'hnlJolo.II'elit
of any kind lust drop Into McMuriay & :Saturday: via the Clyde steamship Co -Attention is called to the ad. of D. to stay for two weeks.. He will the lirevard county exhibit will arduous duties In New York after his
at
Baker's, Bay street Jacksonville. They manche. S. Porter,, watchmaker and jeweler, 11 have his office In the Indian River hotel. be a IHCCOSS. usual his .Saratoga Springs As
have a fine stock to select from. -Col. L. Thursby a prominent Laura street. Mr. Porter was formerly All exhibits will be entered In the genial countenance will be
orange of the Whaler -The Indian River Band, of Tltus name of the furnishing It and all seen at the Royal Potnclana hotel Palm
manager store inTituevllle person
jewelry ,
grower at Merrltt who has been spending
-Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Fuller, of the but Is now In business for vllle, will leave for the Florida State premiums will go direct to them. hunch the coming winter.
summer with his sister Miss
St. Augustine returned home, Saturday, himself In Jacksonville. Fair at Lake City on Monday next, where Mr. J. D. Price the
of firm
Emma: of Anderson
from New York where they have been Thursbv, of Gramercy Parkl New I they have been engaged; to furnish the -
enjoying themselves for some time past. York city, is expected ay or I County Commissioners J. F. Bell, music on the Fair grounds MARRIED AT LAGRANGE. tfc Prloe, managers of Hotels Mount
tomoiiow. John C. Jones, R. A. and J. Washington and Mount Pleasant, N. IL,
H
Conkllng
CALL; AT F. M. TAYLOR'S PHOTOgraphic -Mrs. Estelle Weld man of New Augustine i Mlot joined Chairman John ;K. WalkerIn -Mr. A. B. Rabito, one of New Or and, Hotel Ormond, has returned to Or.

Gallery, Tltusvllle, and see accompanied by Miss Maggie Tltusvllle this week and all have leans' prominent merchants, arrived In Married, at the residence of Rev W. mond, for the winter. lIe Is now enjoy

his samples of Photographs. Flashlights Collins, gave the ADVOCATE office a been busily' engtged; attending to their town yestetdny. He will leave for Cocoa N.Cliiiudoln, who" officiated, ft LaGranee ing a brief reel at his beautiful orange:
by appointment at any time. pleasant call on Wednesday. She has usual monthly duties on the Board, a report and other points south. to-day" to Interview "n 'Sunday' Nov. :2nd 11I0:1.)( : Mr. I'. I.. grove place. F
of Mlrns ,
Keyser and Miss Veneila N.
Always something new. been visiting Mr.*. J. A. Collins for a of which will be published In our some of the fishermen. Ml in*, daughter, / of, Mrs. C. N. Minis, of The Belmont hotel, at St. Petersburg,

-Mr. and Kirs. C. D. Vanaman, of week or two, but will leave for home next issue -The weather has been lovely this Tltusvllle In the presence of a few relatives Fla., Mr. W. 11. Tippets, proprietor, has

St. Augustine arrived home on Saturday next week. -Mr. J. J. Wilkinson, who has been week and many of our people are going and friends. placed an aol In tho ADVOCATK: ThisIs

from a six weeks' visit with relativesand The Indian River Band will give neon- spending the summer north came south around. with coats and vests off. A temperature The day was beautiful tho bride and a nice comfortable hotel and) those
friends in New York and lnltbampton. cert In the Titusville Opera house on on the steamship Comanche on Saturday of from 75 to 80 degrees In the groom, looked us cheerful and happy AS who visit the nest coast should not fall
They came south on the steamer Saturday evening Nov. 8th. A liberal lIe brought his launch along) ;, and ho In- shade Is not so bad for November. though each felt like congratulating to stop at St.:) Petersburg Head 1 the ad.

Comanche. patronage is requested, as the boys will tended taking/ her from Jacksonville to -Mr. Guy I. Metcalf of West Palm themsevles for their success. They went on 4th page; of this Issue.

-Miss Kate Eyer, one of Cocoa's popular have to /go to heavy expense In fitting Hawks Park via New Smyrna Inlet. Mr. Beach, who has been on a vacation of a at once to the home of the groom at The guests of the Sembler Cottage
young ladles who has been spendIng -* the band for the Florida State Fair at. Wllkliison has been manager: of the Rlv- couple of months or so In Georgia/ and hums, where, doubtless, they will establish Tltusvllle, have been enjoying an abundance
the summer at various northern resorts Lake City. The admission Is only 2 ots. ervlew hotel, Merrltt for several winters. North Carolina, was a passenger on Mon i happy Christian home, and enjoy of quail for the past w ek. Dr. E.

returned home on Sunday afternoon -An English pointer and an English -Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady and little day's southbound train en route home. each others society. I K!:, Rollins, a guest of the house, has been
much to the delight of her numerous out hunting a number of times and always -
,
setter, both thoroughly trained son Park hurst who have been In Boston
friends. dugs, arrived Engineer/ O. O. Bourne of Boston, with
for Mr. E. E. Knox on Friday last. for some time, sailed on board the has been busily engaged of late, making .THE EAST COAST CANAL. good the luck which In greatlyappreclatud

-Mrs. R. B. Holmes, of Cocoa, after Mr. Knox has also received a fine new Clyde steamer Iroquois, from New York extensive alterations to the launch owned by /guests.

enjoying a visit of several months north Smith gun/which Is bad news for the for Jacksonville, on Tuesday and will, by the members of Canaveral Club, of Work on the Florida Coast Line Canal Manager J. G. But, of the Indian
paused through; here,Saturday last, looking quail, at the season has just opened, and probably, he In Ttlusvllle today or to- which Mr. J, G.. Itust is supeilntendent.Mr. and Transportation Co.'s canal betweenthe River hotel, Tltusvllle, Is having his
remarkably well In health. She said equipped with a new gun and new dogs morrow, Saturday. We are pleased to Matanzas river and Tomoka river Is house placed In thorough good) order. for
and)
she bad a delightful trip south on thesteamship he is sure to bring them down. note that their little son has recovered Mrs. Thos. Goodall and Mr. aid to be The the coming tourist travel which will be
E. M. Goodall, of Sanford have progressing; satisfactorily.
from his late serious Illness. arrived this
Comanche. winter the East
heavy
!: Coast.
very
-Mr. and Mrs. M.'IIolman. of Worcester at Oaytona. Mr. K. M. Goodall dredges are In charge/ of Capt. (teo. G.
Mr. and : Mass. will spend month two Mr. F. M. Forest of (Jlo".on, of Kan Gallic and Mr. hint has Installed l Mr. 0. U. Voss as
Mrs Albert A. Taylor pass- a or Malabar accompanied owns an orange grove near Tltusvllle 1 they are
ed through here, Saturday last en routeto at the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, the by his daulbter.lIs11: Wlllette and 1ms a floe auxiliary launch on Nel cutting their way through the upper end assistant-manager nod Mrs. Voss as
their home at Cocoa. Mm. Taylorwas coming winter. Mr. Uolman Is one of Forest have been spending several days son's ways at. this place. of Smith' creek and the lower end of the housekeeper. See ad. on our 7th page. .

taken ill at Atlanta, but we are the leading/ jewelers and diamond dealers In Tltusvllle this week, the /guests of the M.ilunzas river, and will soon be work. Mr. John M. II UPS" t Is, of the Huestls
pleased to note she Is rapidly regaining In tho above city, It has been snow- Sembler cottage. Miss Forest" who Is -Mrs. S. E. TJar-bolu. who has been Ing through the riaht-mllo out. When House, Saratoga N. Y., whose grandmother .
her former health and strength. Ing In Worcester this week, and he longs the school teacher at Indlanola, had her enjoying the summer months at her completed thrro will be a continuous Mrs. M.B. Montgomery, recent
for the genial climate of Indian River. eyes examined by our popular. optician, home In Verona, N. Y. was a passengeron Inside waterway from St. Augustine; to ly purchased Hotel St. George St. Augustine
-Mr. and Mrs... John .S.. Bond_ who Mr G. L. Mandavllle, while In town.Capt Saturday's southbound train en routeto Miami which will make the hearts of arrived la the Ancient City on

nave oven enjoying a visit or several I _h.-Purser.... I.._ F.,,_II.__Woodman__.._ ._ _, _of___the__ClydeBLOUUIOllIp _..L_ C her fine winter residence at Eau Gal yachtsmen glad. Tuesday. Ills father will soon arrive
weeks in the north returned to their VV,110Y"" In voijr I'UI"JIIU| :- S. .Platt! ,_of.the_Clyde steam- he, whore she Is always gladly welcomed
home in Jacksonville last. with the traveling public for whom he snip uomancue is a Jiaii-reiiow-weu-ruei hu 1._._ .101....... _, '_1__.'_ from Saratoga to commence making var-
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on Saturday does all he and whole-souled, VI"'" v. '''''U''. .I._........ ..1t..u'lnn...._. ......-.. _a.a... .....u.a _-I.._..'ft"._ .. ."._"...s.
Mr. for their
Bond said he bad a delightful trip possibly can general a gentleman: who can CHURCH NOTICES.
south as far as Charleston but after the comfort. He has a hard position to fill, number his friends by the thoullan.b.Everybody -Mr. A. R Glad win, of Hherbnrnc, travel sets In.

steamship Comanche left that port- but he seems to handle the bill crowd who travel on the Clyde N. Y., who Is visiting his brother In Tl- The Tltnsvillo Our Jensen correspondent writes the
well, ask him about It. coming; south with the tact of a Lord steamship Comanche has a kind word for rusville, has been making big hauls of school Presbyterian Sunday ADVOCATE: that decided Improvementshave
Chesterfield. Being a musician, he I I" Captain Platt, and his New York and fish on Indian Klver this week. Mr. will meet at 3JU:: < every Hunday been make to the Interior of the

-Prof. J. M. Larlin, of New, York, Is quite an acquisition to the Comanche.Mr. Jacksonville friends are always delighted / Gladwln who will probably soon leave afternoon. AI Fresco hotel. by the proprietor, Mr.J. .
busily engaged; overhauling and putting to receive his hearty greeting on board for Miami, says there are lots of fish In Arohdeacon B. F. Brown will hold diviDe S. Park. Tbe office has been enlarged
in thorough trim the new Hose Marie Augustus I'ltou, New York's his floating home. Indian River If anyone knows how to lervloes Sunday. next In St. Marks which adds to the ,
materally
recently purchased of Mr. H. B. Mace, famous playwright, has the thanks of catch them. church Cocoa, at II I a. m. Also In St. very well to the comfort appearance of
and known as the Edna. Mr. Chas. F the ADVOCATK: for courtesies extendedto -Mr. Jol.n B. Hockadav the popular John church, Ran Gallle at 7KV: m. as as
Naething and party expect to leave New our representative while In tiarn.! superintendent of the Southern Express -Attorney C. T. McCarty:, comml. p. guests; as, formerly, .It was entirely too

York, for Titusville the latter part of One of Mr. 1'ltou'n plajs-Old Limerick' Co., Savannah Oa., was In town from sloner for Urevard county to the Florida mall when an Otcaalona1I1opleallant'day
this month, to take a cruise on this cozy Town-Is now running at the Fourteenth Tuesday until Wednesday, accompaniedby State Fair, was a guest of the Indian Wanted. required to report for ofllce duty.

craft, and to do a little duck shooting. Street Theater, to crowded houses Mr. his son, guests of the Indian River River hotel, Tltuivllle, from Wednesday Mr. Chas A. !Merrltt a former popular
Pitou has made quite' a "hit" with this hotel. They had been on a trip to Cuba, until yesterday. lIe was on his way to A good, light, one-hnr e wagon. manager of Hotels Placlde and Rath-
-Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen and son, Irish drama and and their homewards Lake City to get his exhibit In order Address I. ,
Interesting we were were wending way K. HIIAIWABD, bun, Jacksonville\ Is now managing the
prominent residents of Brooklyn, N. Y., pleased to note that he has struck the via Vuldosta. Mr. Hockadav has many and gave our office a pleasant cull ere Valkarls Fla. famous Naething restaurant at j.'l: : Cort-
and valued subscribers to the ADVOCATE, keynote of success Mr. Chauncey 01. friends along the East Coast of Florida, leaving. Mrs. McCarty and son, Daniel, landt Street New York. This restaurant
arrived at their winter home at Oak Hill cott Is the leading man In this drama, who are always pleased to give him will\ join him at Lake City on Sunday has four floors and when an ADVOCATE

on Saturday last. Part of the winter and he frequently' received loud and enthusiastic the right/ hand of fellowship. We acknowledge -.Mrs. Chas. n. Jefferson, the charm- Home! Wanted.A representative recently called there,every
they will Sound
probably spend at Hobe applause. He Is well supported a pleasant call from Mr. Hock- daughter-in-law of Mr. Joser Jefferson floor was pncketl l with people. An immense
where Mr. Allen, jr., Intends setting; out and the stage settings and sceneryare aday, who was accompanied by Mr. T. the celebrated actor arrived la Jacksonville cheap work horsa or mule. business Is dally done at this restaurant
an nave orange grove. Mr. and Mrs. Allen very effective. If you go to New T. Welrcb, the route agent for the express from New York on Saturday Address "CAlln," where Manager Merrltt Is exceedingly
the East spent several winters cruising on York, do not fail to see "Old Limerick company. and at once left for the home of her tit Care ADVOCATE, 'fI u..lIle. popular. You can get; a cheap
to Coast, where they are known Town." We may remark that Mr. Pitou mother at Ormond where she Intended lunch or a Uelmonlco dinner at this welt'

many residents. has a fine winter home at Kobe Sound, Gardner's spending a week or so, ere leaving for Yawl For Hale. known establishment.
Flyeri.-Tuemday.
where he expects to spend a few weeks her winter home at Hobe Hound. Her -
Booms to Kent. In January. husband and father-in-law will soon follow -
Anxllllary Yawl IO feet lii feet A
All $2.75 Corsets . 200. to lobe Sound, where they have an by Furnished House for Kent.
Inches by 4 feet 2 Inches. Now In full
Four furnished rooms for rent In Titus. '' ree. 1.73 1.3I.! orange grove. Mrs. Jefferson's many commission. Four berth. In cabin -
ville. Apply to Mss M. C. MIMA 1.50; . .I.W. friends are again pleased to see her on forward. IJ feet 2 Inches head one In A house five
room seven-room
rooms completely
I 4t Tltusvllle, Fla. Beautiful Illustrated catalogue of novelties .". 1.25 . 1.IU.' the East Coast. Mrs. Jefferson and ber cabin. Toilet. 4+ b. p. motor. Full inventor furnished, for rent until spring.
) In Solid Gold, Gold Filled and 1.00 . .7t sister, Miss Cary, pawned through Tltusvllle '. Address Address "W. :ij":
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Wanted to Charter a Launch. Sterling.' Address, .7S: M . ./.W. yesterday, on their war to Hobe "P. O. Box :a iii." Care ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle.
D. H. POBTEB C. A. GAKDKKK, Tltusvllle, Fla. Sound, and Informed us Mr. Joseph Jef- it Daytona, Fla.
If you) have anything from twenty-five 11 Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. person and his son, 31 Ir. Cbas. B. Jefferson -
feet up write to, "Box 42," Late manager Whaler's Jeweler, store, would arrive at Hobe Sound about Two Fine Lot For Sale.
Launch for
Sale.
Unov Stuart, Fla. Tltasville. the 16th or 17th inst. To tent For: Winter Season of -

Length 23: feet, beam 6 feet. Standing !. t 00.3, nt Jtockledtre. Two fine 10-aore lots lying on Indian
A Hare Chance. roof and storm curtains. High Grade A heH.
Houseboat Wanted. Mahogany River, 2 miles south of Fort Pierce, on a
finish with Mahogany mod glass; partition Desirable furnished cottage In beautiful good sneil road. Each lot has 1KX feet
Wanted to charter, on Indian River; a A fine,completegentleman.s: residence, separating engine room from cockpit. For growing f rait anil vegetables, nothing location on shore of Indian Klver,one river frontage high blniT,covered with
houseboat, for the months of January or large stable and 10 acres of land close to Lookers under alleeats. PaDtellOte,cork equals our clean, Dry Ashes. Potash: mile and a quarter south of postofflce palms and hardwood timber. Good for
February': Send full particulars and s. growing town. Trains eto. It couldbe filled cashing Hull copper sheathed. actual, guaranteed, 5 to 7 per cent. For and hotels. Nina rooms Including bathroom oranges, grapefruit tangerines and pine-
price per month to- used for a boarding house. For particulars ft H. P. Alco Vapor Motor safe and re close prices write to ; ample verandas. 100.00 for the apples. No better location on the riverat

FmreR AMKS, JR., write the owners. liable nses Kerosene. For further particulars (I. H. Oirri & Co., season. Private family; references re- any price. $1,000.00 for each lot.
Youth's Companion Building, Address "Box IftJ," addres, "Box 734," West Palm Beach Fla j; quired. Apply to, J. S. COAT, C. T. MCCAIVTT,
t f Boston tau.I Hendersonville, N C. U Ht Augustine/ Fla. 2mo Or Atlanta, Ga. tf Rockledge: Fla. Ankona Fla.1o3LOn .




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t I day hurl fate. Meanwhile the battle not get Ston 's'guns, but four of Par,

8 j'AILIN on raged terrifically all along McCook's son's Napoleon guns were given them -
U. 8. LAND OFFICE.

( ( line. as trophies, and the names of forty H.0. (Chubb............ ... ..... .. ,1':.. ,.,
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11l01\ close quarters that day were also counter were engraved upon them.. at Gainesville,Florida..

i.l i. \ Irishmen the Fifth Tennessee, led out In their effort to destroy McCook on V. 8. SENATORS.

,<=. umme\ by the gallant Pat Cleburne. For ni the Federal left the Confederates had J.P. Tallaferro,.,...... .... .... .. ..lo.S.R. j,,
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l fur the Mullory,. .... .. ....... .. .. ",'"{
line beyond 1'1.
5S extended their '
f 1 1 SIN : hour these sous of Erin fought across
of McCook and there run up C. S.: CONGRESSMEN.
fences, stone walls and over ridges. right
i division of Gilbert's Robert W. Davis,..... .. .. .. .. .. .. I', ,
f11 tI ra.e.xp "''I !'45-1!. Rows of dead marked the pathway or against Sheridan's) 8. \1. S'lLrluuan.... .... .... .... | ,'", jJ|
1':.. .... the fight The Tenth Ohio last. half Its corps. The battle was more than ha I t e e FLORIDA .

-' ,, '''''A' ",,;or"' men and the Fifth. Tennessee more over and as good us lost when Buel E. N. Plmlck.Valrn LEGISLATOR/ ,

t'. \" 4 ,-:- r ttjun one-third. Fresh troops) came up and Gilbert found out by riding to the K. I>. Raulorson, ". lknch.t. ))i nltnt',t.,;:
ac;., of the that there was Berl
left ,
Q ;;'; '. to hold the ground which Lytle had so army EXECUTIVE DEPARTMEN!:: I IWin. .

heroically defended. Another Tennessee ous work afoot. Batteries were then Jo B. Jennings,... ........ .. .. .. o,
2_, /1 IPl.IjwmL4-,\ posted on high ground far out of the H.Clay Crawford...... .... ..Bouretan. i "*!''fIt
If / L 1A._.. ti ,.:; W from Nashville who had never reach of the Confederate bullets and Wm. B. Lamar....... .. ... .Attorn i ..1'. ".nr,,,
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advancing musses of Confederates 'V.N.Sheate.Supt.Public ., '
,! seen a fight followed In Cleburno's the 1.- ''i, n

... wake. At that time Parson's Federal deluged with shot and shell. The best A1c B. E.nz..C.1acUn.CommlawloerA.r(Cronm..... .. ... ... .. ... l'n.,\ ,, '''I1U.','.,,, .
1 down the reckless troops could not stand the carnage J.CIItTort R. Foster..... .. ..Adjutant'. ,,1eleMR
\ buttery was mowing I John Bradford,... .. ... ..... ...Sune)". ,<',., "','rel'''
) und re-cnforceuicnts came
L..t.J/NtJo/dn.I.1 lfAf1 foe with terrible slaughter fight long no up ", K. E. KOKO .... .... .. .. ... State i i,1.', ', ,1
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1 Ing almost rflono. Parsons had eight to take the places of the broken ranks. r : -'-'" ---4 -< Ollleoe at TallahliHsoe,Florida >

had back ,.
The Confederates driven Me .
Napoleon guns. The assailants came SUPREME COURT JUDGES

on obliquely, and Parsons turned his Cook- l.ixio yards and wouiu nave CUT \ M.I*. Mabry...'... .... .. .. .. ..Chief r rntiro'i' I
him 'off from Sheridan but for the firing F.H.f.arter.. ......... ... .A.soclat.,. i .rye '
t z:: ; pieces to meet them. Tbe Tennesseeans 11. Taylor..... ......... ... .... .. <:
batteries. Thcue
rushed through Parsons' guns and car. of the fresh > guns

rleil the captain away boldly. Farther got range on the route by which Confederate E. Day RAILROAD, chairman COMlVIISSlONEKsH. ........ ...... ..Calm-, ,

on were twelve more guns the batter help must come and there- J. ],. Morgan.. ... ... .. ..... ... .. i I. ,lie] '
\ A Battle For fore of the line of retreat for the brigades J. n. JI"an,.. ... .. ........ .. .. .. .. Kiw,,,, .per.,"".
Ics of and nil
:: Stone Bush planted on a already fighting on the field. Be- John L.1>eeley.jr., clerk.. .. .... \t" HiT'leoil
sloping toward the Confederate line In H . .,
lieving that he had attacked McCooktoo
range of a cornfield through which the A CIRCUIT COURT.

rashly and that the fresh batteries ?l., t l Minor 8.Jones, Tltusvlllo.... .Clri. ''lit' I i
r Some Water and Sheridan's line belonged to the J.I>. Heiaifn, Orlando.1'rnsecuting t. ,", 1:8.":
: Federal corps he had reckoned upon BprlnjeTerm' -Fourth Monday In Api i
1 0 Fall I rm-Fourth Monday In N""< i?,",H-
r' d not meeting Bragg ordered a retreat

$ ,;. I if>4> !> a A> 0awd when night closed In. BREVARD COlJl'<'l'Y CI UR'I'' .
l tl ...., .... ...... .
t W 'e> 8S tw A.D.Penney. ...COli lit, p 1,1, I Irv.
I. Two days after the battle of Perry. James. E. Andrews,.. .. ..1'roBecutlnn i .orf'
vllle Bragg was In full retreat back to A. A. Stewart.... ... ..... .. f.'omllluclL(
), fit j Copyright, 1902 by O. L. IJlmer.l"I Spring' Term-Soromi Monday In ]MaBuimner \
II' Tennessee a movement which led to Mrs. Torm-Berotul. Monilay In AnuuHt.
Tupman a prominent lady
T IVn-yUllo. Ky.;: Oct. 8. 18C2: ,
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the bloody battle) of Stone Hirer at Full Term--Second Monday In Novt-iiiTie, :

I I 31 I A the' ill-mica of I Buell I und Bragg the close of December and, like An- of Richmond Va. Winter Term-Second Monday la Kcl.nuirj.COUNTY .
sufferer with
r I' I Btmublc'd Into a fight which t let am. was a deathblow for Confederate a great SCHOOL BOA RJJ.

1 R. E.Mime, ..... .
; ended In a draw It wns not Invasion of the north. Superintendent Koimventnrt..

: down In the plan of cither general to There were two notable phases of the woman's troubles, tells of her cure by R..e J Dixon; / "' !;

r 1 1., have a pitched battle at Perryville.r strange and Inconclusive battle of Per- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

{ Bragg'a: Confedprutca were hundreds a ryvllle. This was the first of three Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. J. R. Walker chairman Tltnsville; ,oho K

r r of miles from home, or their military battles where the corps of Alexander Mint Indllmolallt. A. Conklinir, Tlllinan, .).nhn
base. The southern Invasion of Kentucky McCook. the most of the famous "DEAR MRS.\ I'INKIrAM-For: : some years I suffered with O. } J. Frank 1 Hell, White < lt t.
prominent -
had failed the of the bearing-down leucorrhoea and baclmchej :Regular sessions are held tint Monday in, ...aJi,
for people McCook fighters, held tbe flank severe pains falling of the montb..

+ 1 l Blue Grass State did not rally to the r and was overwhelmed' and broken up tried many remedies, but nothing gave any positive relief. BREVARD 'COUNTY OFFICERS.

I support of the Richmond flag any more by a sudden and furious onslaught. "I commenced taking Lydia K. Plnklla 1.s Vegetable Compound A.D. Penney, TlttiBvllle.. .. ... .County .rmlee,
than the Marylnndcrs had done when sl In June J.... K.! Andrew* 'rltlll1V,lie;j.. .. Pros Attt.
The other two were Stone River and 1001. When I had taken the first half bottle, I felt a vast im- A. A. Stewart,TltUHUllle,... .. ....County clerk,
j, a } Lee crossed the border tbe September Chickamauga sequel's to Perryvllle and provement,' and have now taken ten bottles with the result that I feel J. F. Wonten, Cocoa..... .... ....Tax AK..or.K. .
previous. Bucll's army In three corps, like W. Hall,Tltnsville,. ..... . ..Tax (ollertor.
fought by the same troops. a new woman. When I commenced taking the Vegetable Compound F. H. lloye,Tltusville,.... .. .. .... Treasurer
"i under McCook, Crlttenden and Gilbert, t- The comparatively noiseless fightingof I felt'all worn out and was fast approaching complete nervous R E. Mlms Honaventure .. Snpt. llib lint

I reached the vicinity of Chaplin river McCook's Infantry WDS'unusual., collapse. I weighed only 08 pounds. Now I weigh 1094!) pounds and J J..P.O.Urown Fries, TI'TituHvlllB Esv111e.dottySurveyor.. .... ... ... ... I'Illl'rllf.I .
1 N the night of Oct. 7 on their march to am improving day. I gladly testify to the benefits received" I .
i though not without parallel during the every T.J. Cockauutt,LaGranga. Re@llItrathmOWeer,
j t hem in Bragg around Mackville, aday's 1 -w- c- a & war. The musketry at Gaines Mill\ Mite It CL TUPMAN, 423 West 30th St., Richmond, Va. I TITUSVILLE'TOWN COUNCIL.
march beyond Perryvllle. That -
J8K could not be heard a mile away across! When a medicine has been successful in more than million ; J.M. Dlxon.mayor.: R. E. Mnilft, jr, inanlnf!
skirmished a
jr night the Federal cavalry
and tax cnllHCtor .S. Hrannlnp, lark and
with some of Joe Wheeler's troopers the swamp bottom lands. A Federal cases, Is it justice to yourself to say, without trying it, "I do not tre..uror.t. John Henry, tax BHfeonor. lnhn K.
? staff officer who rode from the right JitPerryvllle believe it would help me" ? Walker, Jj-.A. Morgan K.Duren, S. II I Vanlanillngnarn .
y1 I to get at pools of water lying In the over to McCook'a line during and J. L. Carriituers counciltn, .
I bed of small tributaries to the Chaplin. Surely you cannot wish to remain weak and sick' and discour- The council meets first Tuesday in each montb
r I the hardest fighting said that he got
k ""I A drought had prevailed In Kentucky e within few aged, exhausted with each day's work. You have some derangement TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE
a hundred yards qf It be-
1 t for months, and the troops and animals of the feminine organism and E. IMiikhnm's
f fore be beard the roar "One turn of Lydia Vegetable O M. Robbins, president; J. M. Dlxim treasurer -
i were thirsting for water. Only two ofBuell'a Compound will help you Just as surely as it has others. J. G. Bast, secretary. Meets: second WItI.\ !
a bridle path through the woods nesday night In each month at their rooms
1 y'ca corp' were actually In position
n'' the forenoon of the 8th, and the chief brought me face to face with the" Mrs. W. IL Pelham, Jr., 108 E. Baker St., Richmond, Va., says FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
bloody struggle of thousands of men Indian River Lodge, No.90,bolds. Its meetings,
gave orders to close up the columns GEORGE L. KILMER. DEAR MRS\ PTNKHAM :-I must say thl\(I do not believe there is any theeecondanlfourtbFriday evening! of each

before moving across the Chaplin and female medicine to compare with Lydia: :. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound month, at their lodge room Indian River hlltt'l'
1' iI' at 7:30 o'clock p. in. J. R. Walker, W. M.;
not to bring on a' heavy engagement and I return to heartfelt
A Sure Sign. you my thanks for F.A. Morgan, Bec'y.ORDER .
}, ; should the be In front In force what
1, enemy "!l0; STAND BY TOUR COLOBSI"Tennesseeans "Is he rich" your medicine has done for me. Before OF EASTERN STAR.

until the whole line wan ready for had to march. In the "Oh, dear no! Why, the coming of taking the Vegetable Compound I was so badly Friendship Chapter. No. 11, holds Its meetings, ,

I crossing.The cornfield the Twenty-first Wisconsin the tax assessor doesn't even worry off that I thought I could not live much in the Mnnonlo each room Tltusville on the
Federal of General Me- first Tuesday in month :30o'cloik: p.mnaadthethird
corps longer. The little work I had to do was : 73d
a
Infantry was hidden and peppered the Wm. -Chicago Post. Tnesilay In each month at
j, Cook held tbe left of Duell's line and Confederates who boldly came on, still burden to me. I suffered with irregular o'clock p. m. The following are the o/Dcers of
h closest to the main for 6a' the lodire i Mrs. O. JI(.Robbing worthy matron;
was point cross
I TO CURE A COLD IK ONE DAY menstruation and leucorrhosa which caused .
moving In an oblique Hue Stone's gunswere Dr. B. R. Wilson worthy patron; IIi.... H. RWlleon
44 ing the river. Beyond the river, hid in crushing the right of the Tennessee 'rake Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All an irritation of the parts. I looked like aiisoclate matron; Mr. F. A. Morgan,
4 the forest the Confederate divlDions trearnrer. ; Mra. R. C. ScrlmReoiir orreuryMlsn .
(1 were brigade, and Colonel Field of the druggists refund the money if It falls ., one who had consumption, but I do not look Kate Stewart conduction"; Mrs. 'otn A.
l of Buckner and Chentbam which First regiment asked the privilege of to cure E. W. Grove's signature Is on like that now, and I owe it all to your wonder Hiighps,asiuiolatecnnrlnctress, Mrs. (. M' ScoMe -
'' had come up to meet McCook and destroy each box 25cts, ful medicine. Adult ; Mrs J. R. Wa'ker' Ruth. ; >lr... F. A.
taking care of them with his "kid : Morgan Rather; M ra.J. I..Carruthers, Martha;
r ; him before the other corps could glove" boys j "I took only six bottles, but it has made 1\tr\ .. T. T. Wotmore, Marshal; Miss Znmll

t get to the field. Surprised however, The First deployed In the corn and The Cure of Ro.":.. me feel like a new person. I thank Stewart,Elocta.!:

> 1 at the great array of Federals which swept on with close ranks, shooting No road can be left to 'Itself and remain } t. ash oust there is such a female helper
;} they saw the morning of the 8th the 1//hJ
I down at a single volley almost thirty. In good condition. Alternations') Application tor Tax Deed.
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,:w\II"I" I Confederate lenders called for help five of Stone's horses and many gun. of sun and frost of wind and rain of I ,.:;f1,,\ He it, therefore, believed by all
from Mackville and like Buell, delayed and IS HEREBY GIVEN TIf.VT C. F.
j' droughts wet. tear the road to
ners. The battery was abandoned, and women who are ill that Lydia E. IMnkham's Vegetable Compound NOTICE Tux ( ertlnnnte:-.n.
:. 1 attack. McCook's advanced division, : purchaser
..M the "kid glove" fellows took charge, pieces with quite us much certainty us Is the medicine they should take. It has stood<< the test of time, 4.17, dated the 3rd >>av or July A n.III..hRR l !
under Rousseau, was In sight,of water, the travel. In countries where the filed aid certificate In once, and has made
but the battery supports rallied and and it-has hundreds of thousands of to its my
cures credit. Women ,
and Buell ordered to forward application for tax deed to Seeds In nccnnlanre'
a party
go drove them out. In that brief charge roads are the wonder and delight of should consider It unwise to use any other medicine. with/ law. Said, certificate einbrui, the lope
t f and drive the Confederate skirmishers all travelers they are kept under the lug described situated In Hrevnnl
11'f the lieutenant colonel of the First and property;
., Mrs.
away from the prize. most jealous supervision and the must Pinkham, whose address is Lynn,MOMS., will answer cheerfully county, Florida to nit lot 3, Section! 9.
I fifty men went down. Colonel Field retired and 27 30 Kant.: The salt
without coat all-letters addressed<< << to her by sick Township South. Range .
; took until women.
Light skirmishing
place down the slope a few rods railed Zealous: care Buys the New Bedford land being/ assessed at the dale of the !Ieti';
I 'I midday. Datterll" ,of both sides went ((:Muss.) Standard. The great Perhaps she has Just the knowledge that will help your 'a8e- anN of such certlncate In the name of W. W.
Europeanhighways
: his men and charged again to the try her to-day-It costs nothing. Snell. Unlace. said certificate shall be relee"e,1aceordmlC ,
k t. 'dA .. Into position. Sheridan's division on guns. In the face of a galling fire from are divided Into 'short sec to law, tax deed will Imiue thereon on
t tbe right of McCook hnd a little battle tlfnnfi FORFEIT If we cannot forthwith prndnoetheorlglnallettereandalenatureeof, the 11th day of November D twi.!
t1on over which the caretaker keeps
the Infantry stationed around the \nllllll above! _Uinonl, which win prove tfUlrahiiolute' K nnlnrneii.'. Witness official signature and seal this the
my
b t and drove the enemy back Bragg was pieces the heroic Tenuessceans held on. a continual watch and where the re- M V U U U Lydltt. E. PJnkham Medicine. Co., Lynn Mace lath day of October A.. D. 1HOZ.\

on the ground and, seeing ItouBsenu's mlrtr[ never stops work. A beginningto [seal] A. A. STEWART.
for but !
hoping supports none came ---- t la,
()'lerk Circuit Court of BreTard Co.
I : 1;, men making for the water, thought It and Colonel Field took; back to the decay Is detected at once, and theremcdyxls By O. A. Stewart, Ceputy Clerk.
time to strike The of thejI
l I.'r .was lay alJIIl'tllmmedlotely.
loot of the hill only ninety-five muskets -
.l ground was such that neither !Bide! could out of the 300 he originally led Notice for Publication.
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I jI '... see masses of the opposing infantry Into the fuzht.: These TennesseeaQs'dld The D"rd.11110.: De (Egnall.ed

( ;! ..r.,0\ Batteries opened tire and others aimedat Good roads are benefits not merely DEPAHTMKST OF TUB I TRRrnR. I
at tbe flash, for nothing could be seen. -------- --- -- to tile local community through whiek'they If in want of Land Olliee a. Oaliiunvllle, }'Ia.,Sept 22. 1 1\8'\ i

t I t The Confederate attack fell like a Siomachs on Stills. : lutes, but to the whole state and you arc papers to wrap named Notice settler is 'hereby ha I filed given 1 notice that of his the Intuntl following: +:MI u,

; thunderbolt upon Rousseau. At the to the inhabitants of the cities us well make final proof In supimre, of hlM eliilni' mil

right of his line, toward Sheridan, but of the und that A..III.f will be made before Clerk Circuit
is country, the cost of
} The man who puts on stilts does not increase providing \ Court at Tltnsville, Fla. on Nov. let, I hart! vu
separated by a wide gap, lay the brigade liis actual stature by the breadth ofa thorn ought to be borne rntiily ORANGES VEGETABLES 'George D. Denmark otti Tltnsville. Fla. HilSS4U .

T t'i of General 'V. II. Lytle. Mc- hair. lie feel taller while he's on the > by all the iwople, says the South. your or writeus ,for the 8E' of Section 23, Tp| 21 8, II U A.,:
lie wttnesnes! to prove
Cook's brigades were not clone together stilts, and when.he' off them he feels ('rn Planter. Iib;very state where anything oontlnnou name. resilience the following upon and cnlll atli>n Inj'

p In line. I.ytle could not nee his own shorter than be ever substantial has been done in the aid land, via: N. W. Roidnenn of Tltii.vllle,

people either to the right or left and of felt. Stimulants are way of rondmaking these principles Fla.; Ewing Rice, of Tltusville Fla.;,J'1'0'15nyler of'M'in".
of dams, Fla.: N. (J. T. Warren
his five rrglnieuts he could keep but ( ach.the stilts They of the make stom a have had to IK recognized and put III for samples and prices. Printed as wellas Pub.Fla. fee \v. o. ROBINS*RegIKt..r.Notice. >:v, .

I two In view at a time. At the outset I execution before the work could proceed paid.
man feel better for the .
}' McCook's batteries had the better of I time being, but he and the same will have to be .

i d the foe. But the Confederates charged feels a great deal worse done here. The sooner therefore, provision

fiercely and some of the guns retired. for them afterward.The Is made for It the sooner shall plain. -

Finding himself quite alone with his need of the man we have good roads. ALL CONCERNED V.: TAKE NOTICE" THJT?

\ brigade, Lytle called on his chief for W I whose stomach is Adminl. .ratoroftheEstateotJ.C.l'rllnk,

I help and was told to hold the ground "weak" is not stimu- YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKINO .deceased has tiled his suup>8tlon In writing.., 'et,.
I! the I of said dece. "".
lation but ., Insolvency of the estate
Bi.\ alone. At that time three of McCook'a strength. When you take Grove's Tasteless! Chill ,Therefore a I person havtngelaima atain( "t qam>

: brigadiers had fallen and thousands of Dr. Pierce's Golden Tonlo? because the formula Is plainly UNITED PAPER COMPANY :estate are hereby required to appear and'I m nw or
Medical Discovery hem proporly authenticated In my Court
It 1, bottle that it Is ,
printed showing
men had down but Gilbert's on every .
gone corps perfectly answers that I before" the th dny of April, limd.\
I Imgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless Ordered of A. 0 l IJOI-
l on the right didn't even know that Mc need. It cures the diseases th1.27ta day September
o.-ra. No cure, :yo pay. 50cta.Pfola [Seal] A. D. PEN>EY.
Cook was fighting. The sound of mus- of the digestiveand

ketry was deadened by the peculiar nutritive system Southern Office, Atlanta Ga. 1 lam-Z7mar County JudgeWAX1'BDA

f A formation of the ground and a phenom which make the stomach ,
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"weak." It en- and Furry : TRUSTWORTHY OE>u'Y
enal
atmosphere. Tie observed" said Uncle Epbe. In each county to n e ;
E bin ables the digestion and bnslneM old estabh"hed l horn I
Posting men anew on the ridges for an
t assimilation of food "dot wlf er good many men lung power bona title
so olid ftnanclal"tamllnp A strnlsht
around him. Lytle took his We have no connectloujwlth any other house In Atlanta. : ..
own regiment '
that the body receives an brain power am In Inverse pro weekly cash salary of 81S.OO paid by -1heckfc .r,
''4i the Tenth Ohio, composed of the nutrition on which portion."-Colorado Springs Gasette. Weilneaday. with all expense, .*direct from 1181'
for
quanere. :Money advanced expenses.
Irishmen well to the front to await taJ
iu !"
depends strength. ay-'r,:340 Caiton Bldg, Chicago.KIDNEY _'
I the crisis. Four brigades of the y
enemy "I took: two battle ol Caution !

t fl were rushing upon Rousseau's scattered Dr. Pierce' Golden Med .._
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lest Dldcovery for stomach' This Is not gentle word-but when -
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line. Receding sounds of musketry trouble." wrlten ClarenceCiirnea DISEASES
t1 told Lytlo that the was Eoq.,Taylumtown you think how liable you are not to purchase
enemy ., Loudoun Co.. Va. ;.It did: for 7-Vj:\ the only remedy universally Buffalo Gasoline Motor.:
pushing buck his friends to
1e1 the left. me no much good, that Ididn't known and a remedy that )has bad the
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the ( take more. I
Finally enemy broke past onLytle's ,t- can eat most any anything largest sale of any medicine In the world are the most fatal of all di*
right flank. Hastily forming a .to well pleaaeil since 1803 for the euro and treatment of I
strong skirmish line the sol- with it I hardly know how thank you for your
ll l gallant kind information. I trimt a whole lot of imago Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles IS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE ases.FOLEY'S'.
ia dier ordered the rest of the regiment to before I wrote to you. A gentleman told me of without losing its great popularity

? retreat and with his handful chargedthe your medicine. and l how it O'lrehi.* wife. all these years you will be thankful we t At IK ALL WEATHER.When KIDNEY CURE II
Thought I would try. bottle of it. Am uow !
I advancing Confederates. It was a Rind: l that t riid. for I cln not know what I.hould called your attention to Boschee'sOerroanSyrup. f Baarantsad Rioed;
t pitiable forlorn hope but It saved the have clone had It not been for Dr. Fierce'*Golden There are so many cough; remedies you get disgusted with
iedical Discovery" made by druggists and others that
brigade and It time to form
ridge In the gave on a The sole motive for substitution is to are cheap and good for light colds perhaps 0'ieap engines try the or refunded. Contain
rear. money
permit the dealer to make the little more but for severe Coughs. Bronchitis
.q, Lytle was struck down by a shell. profit paid by the sale of less meritorious Croup-and especially for Consumption, : BUFFALO.GEO. remedies recognized by Cw.r'.

!I' and when his soldiers rushed up to uedicines. He gains; You lose. Therefore wbere there Is difficult expectoration and r .(. ? tent as the best lot
: physicians
t I carry him from the field be said; "No; accept tio substitute for "Golden coughing daring the nights and mornings r .. R. WALLACE troublesa

f. f' I am done for. Stand by your colors I" Medical Discovery.'" ; there Is nothing like German Syrup. Kidney and Bladder

I ? \. The hero fell Into the bands of the en- The sluggish liver is made active by Sold by all druggists In civilized world. West Palm Beach, Florida. PRICE so..:. matt $IM.

; I cmy<_l1P. .hitJlltLwg40' .Idf..9 another the ue of Dr. Vierce's: Pleasant Pellets. G. G. GREEN- Woodburg, :N. J. B. 11. WII.SOX & SON.I .


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EAST COAST:; ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 7, 1902. 3

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= RHEUMATISM THE MILKY WAY.A I SEA FLOWERS'S PETS. A DOMESTIC DIFFICULTY.The .
(" f lh.er.rlsaseagewtoailla, ls

GEO. M. BOBBINS 8jr.t.m Which G.... Vm a VasjnIdem The Queer Little Creature. Knowne Solution Was 0..1..... Thons .

ot the Bterulty of Space. Anemone. the Stencil Wa ltih) .ndy.

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR CUREDAT LAST The Milky Way. the grandest feature The queerest! pets In the world are "Every time I tell this story" a 'fflE ORDSBLACKDRAUGHT:

AT-LAW. of tbft. "firmament, which bends above kept In a beautiful row of cli-nr, flashIng bright society matron remarked.

us," the buy path which so majestically round glass tanks on an upper
"somebody accuses me of making I It
Will practice In State and ,United States Good News For All Who Suffer bands the whole fabric of the floor of a large aquarium. As :you approach '
but It Is true nevertheless."Up .
Court. up a ,story
With Rheumatism Fr.ee. skies together la now known to be the talks you behold glowing [ !
Office at TITUSVII.LK Fi.x. composed of a grand aggregation of at little groups of color and, artistic Went In th Virginia mountains David
To
all who suffer with Rheumatism I !jug and mingling of fantastic weed and I took a long walk to explore the
will least 13.000.000 suns, each as large as
gladly send free the
TL.. GAULDEN, of how my mother was cured wonderful" after story or larger than that which makes vege and shining, stones. Then when you wild country road near our hote THE ORIGINAL

1J. suffering, together with tho most elaborate years table and animal life au earthly posslbllity. peer Into the tonka you, l'vbut at Away up ou the rough mountain aid

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, treatise on Rheumatism ever pub One la apt when allowing the first seem to you just like particular! walt a little cabin, and as I hnve a
lished. mind to revert to the contemplation of handsome and gorgeous flowers growIng must ferreut human Interest in the LIVER MEDICINE! .

Will praotloe In all the Courts of the State No matter what ;your form of Rheumax these misty and indistinct astronomical all over the little rockeries.. Someof home life of all peoples rt'iuote flow,

ot Florida, and the United States Courts. tiara Is, whether acute, chronic muscu subject to measure their magnitude tho !lowers look like dainty pink clues I proposed that rve visit! the cub- Q.e.ll0tSA "
"w
T.O Box, Z3B. 'TlTU8VlU..E. FLA.. lar, inflammatory, dofoimant, sciatic, or attempt to measure it by making and white and yellow and purple and In, with the wayfarers' usual pretext, + :.

neuralgia,. gout lumbago\ : eto-no mat terrestrial comparisons.It crimson dahlias. Others look almost to ash for 41 drliiU of water In tho Hallow complexion, dizziness, .'

L' J. WEBB, ter how many doctors have failed In Is obvious however, upon more like daisies, with lacelike petals one room of the small house tvero the biliousness anti coated tongue} '
your case-no matter how socallei are common indications of liver
j many Others look like little star! dowers!, nl usual furnishings, few chairs
a \ "sure euros'/ you have tried-I want you mature reflection that such comparl n many; andkidnrydixea ATTOUNE ;"-AT-LAW, to write I to me and let me tell you how eons are worse than "odious." The bulk pure white and perfect. These flower. dogs. lying about guns on the wall, i a bowel troubles, severe an they are,

Will practice in the Courts of the mother was cured. .,l of our sun exceed that of the earth are of all sizes, from tiny ones barely high bed in each coiner and a homely !five Immediate warning by pain, I.

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resident 7th I am neither a Doctor nor Professor 1200.000 times being 600 times greater large enough to see to great ones o1- table strand with homely crockery litho but liver and kidney troubles, f

and rents nnd accounts collected. CURE man of" business-but I than that of the bulk of his whole moHt large enough to fill a saucer.: center of the household picture A though Ion painful at the start,are j

have for Rheumatism, and I tfaltt of planets taken collectl vely..This Hut If you' will watch these "flow I plain little woman, worn and aged much harder to cure. Tliedford's 1 i

'TITUSVlLLIC, FLORIDA. want to tell everyone who suffers with being the case what basis can we use crs" for a few minutes you will jump' but 'Very noat in calico frock and gingham lllnck-[Iran wee never fails to bene ,

Rheumatism all about It. I wish to be I for calculating the magnitude of IS,. suddenly for all at once :you will see apron, met us at the door and fit ihtHjatml and, weakened kid- I I.
clearly understood and trust that all nny. It stirs the liver
up torpid
AD. PENNEY, who are suffering with this terrible dis- 000,000 .suns each as 1 have said before ouo move Its petals, Then you will asked us In while one of the rough to throw off the germs! of lever and t,
I larger than that which see another and another do It. Slowly boys lounging on the porch was dls '
ease, however apparently beyond the probably ague. It is a certain preventive 1'1'
ATTORNEY-LAW, reach of cure, will write to ,mo this day gives us beat and light? the petals unfold or contract with patched to the spring, for fresh water. of cholera and Ilnght's disease of

and I will send. you by return mall this The, Infinite number of suns which little jerking movements, sometime "IliHteiul of the usual mountaineer'sopen the! kidneys. With kidneys r*. Y j

'TIT''SVn.LIC. FLORIDA. work of mine. I appeal especially tn the taken together make up the Milky twining In tile water Jlko snakes. fireplace, with Iron crane and inforced by Tliedford's Illack ,I I

Will practice In all the "chronically Ill" who are, wearied and Way are not set at a uniform distance Tap smartly on tbo'tnbla on which kettles wee n surprising arrangement Draught tlionnandi of persons have ,)
courts of the 7th discouraged with "doctorlu': and to from our earth or even from our sun. the tanks stand, and like lightning all! of a cooking stove mounted on a bitch! dwelt immune in tho midntof yel I' p

Judicial. Circuit., those who have been cast ftaide! aa "10- (in fact, they appear to work altogether the petals will have disappeared.These en table. My glance reverted to this low fever. Many families live in .:
health nail] have
curable. All youhave thought about flowers no other tl St
sea are really not flow .
curious often that doctor
Independently of either this mundane sight so our mountain than Thcdford's) '
Illack-
FREDERICK A. MORGAN, you Rheumatism our experience.may be wrong Surely, Lot If you me have tell sphere 'or our "glorious orb or era known nt all They are living creatures' hostess seemed constrained to ex Draught It is always on hand. for .1,1.

Rheumatism have a suffering friend, day." The majority of them are plant. as-sea anemones. plain. use in an emergency and saves l I':

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE; It'will\ pay you to l offer, ed at a distance too remote to be even For many years a scientist has "Tou uns' aln't used to secln cook many expenntve! calls of a doctor.Mulllni :

Loans, :Notary Public; anyway, and prove for yourself these 'Impel<" measured or understood.' tended and fed them and the little stoves: filed up that way. I reckon,' S. C., March 10, 1901. r w

claims I make. Some of them are so near (?) that animated flowers actually have come she said apologetically. 'Pup, be got I hiv used Thcdford'i BI ck-Dr ujht !

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography.ITITUevILLE !Send:: me your addre.II'to-day-a posta ,light, which travels At the rate ot to know him. When he foods them he the cook store down In town way las for three y..r. and I IlIlve not had to 40

FLA.. card will do-and I will mall you this 183,000: miles per second, would cross puts a little bit of fish on the end of a May, and he dlda' think 'bout the to a doctor line I have bun taking It.- i
wonderful If' have long pointed stick and It li the belt medicine for mt that It ."
story. you any the distance: bftweert us and them in puts It care stovepipe and ho dldn' gut 'nuft to .1.
friends suffering with' Rheumatism no fully down Into the water until] It Is on the market for liver and kidney 'I
reach to that there bole In the
; the period of about an even ten :years up _
and
troubles ,
JONES, matter where' located send me their near the anpiunne. It did not take long d"pep.la and other
WADE Others, huweter, so remote that It chlmbly. so we uns Jeer h'lsted the I \
address, and I111 mall ahem a copy lire for the beautiful to complaints ,ftev. A. 0. U WIS. y' '
things understaniIt
My address is VJCTOK RAIN BOLT would take a full thousand yours for cook stove up on that there table till ,

REAL, ESTATE AND INSURANCE: Bloomfleld, Ind. t :, their light to, reach us. and whereas at first they used to he gUll time Jto go to town and git '- I.

--- withdraw their petiUu and shut up some more -stovepipe. 'Talu't handy to ,
Loans and Collections. 1 ..
tightly when the stick approached
climb cheer cook and !I
A Curloo. male of A Ha Ira. up on a to ,
Tfrirsviu.B: FLORIDA.I T..tlnR .h- Rermou, You must be very cautious bow you now they twine gracefully and stretch wish to, the land papa hurry hh self Thousands Hare' Kidney Trouble It
The minister of a pailsh In a part t/f their dainty arms out as far as they
; and git to town erter that there stove- I '
treat your neighbor In. Isle of Jersey, and Don't Know it.
Now England where doctrinal polntll0M can go In order to. reach It.-London
It'd be handler to hey
pipe a heap
A. for be cnn tune arrested on the "i
WORLEY yon
j CEO. 4 considered of great Importance L How To Find Out. ,
\
> slightest pretext and If he bas a Answered that there cook stove down on thegroun. j'
sara that bis tent of a satisfactory ser .' Fill a bottle or common glass with your
; ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. mon Is the opposite or that which Is grudge against you can bring about lleautlful Clear Skies water and let It stand twenty-four hours; a
"Of course 'we uns' agreed with the
I
I such a calamity by simply giving a fictional
'General practice In State and Federal or set-* \
I commonly applied."My
Courts. All business account: of your misconduct: to Ilerblne exerts a direct! Influence on the good woman that her complaint was Indicates an t "
t receive prompt attention.entrusted will clerical friends!!! la the city tell the peureat lawyer. The latter will demand -' bowels, liver and kidneys purifying and well based but we praised her cleverness condl. t' :.

'I General Counsel me that so long! aa their congregationsappear a flue and should you decline to strengthening these organs, and main- nnd originality; In utilizing tbe of the kid '
! for the Tuttle Estate, wide wake and Interested they talnlng them In a normal condition of kitchen table. l toot If statnl
P pay It he-will cause you to be thrown Probably one woman It
I MIAMI Miami.. feel encouraged," he said to a visitor. Into prison 'to wait trial. Then even If health; thus removing a common cause In 10,000,000 would' have ever suggested Utiing linen, It Is
ILOrunA.i wltb'm. of yellow skin and
It's different
I "but rnothy greasy more that way qait of the domestic of kld"I
you'are acquitted on the ground that
i II I the or lellls of pimples, blotches and black. '
II "Of course 1 wish to Interest congregation trouble, too
difficulty. -Detroit Free Press.
I JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY but If I look oyer to Deacon the charge hi unfounded you have absolutely beads. 50o at B. R. Wilson & Son's.:! desire to
I / &EMPLOYUEarOFFICE. no claim against
your persecutor
Drew's pew and then to DeaconSnow's S It or pain In
', A. M. BECK.' and see them with their eyesclosed though you may have suffered a WAVES OF WATER.For back Is also\
couple of months' Imprisonment for The G.rn.nVlf..'. Vacation.It -- convincing proof that the kidneys and bladder .
Shipping Master, and beads nodding I feel that nothing.-London TitBits.A la a common practice In lU'illii for over 1,200 miles the Nile does are out of order. _.
Hotel help a specialty. all la well. Just as surely as I discover tbe wife borne when bus
to stay at the not receive a single tributary stream. What te Do. r
v "1Q South Laura St. them wide awake and alert after I've baud and family go to the BPUutdd. In The Jordan Is the crookedest river There la comfort In tha knowledge so .

..JACKSONVILLE. I. FLORIDA. been preaching for ten minutes I know'that Dangerous Month. this nay tb.> wife enjoys her own boll, ''kDQ'II'u. winding 213 miles In a distanceof often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-, ':

there's something wrong to their' This Is the month of coughs colds and day, for then Is,no housekeeping to be GO. Root, the great kidney remedy fulfills every ,f''
minds and that I shall hear what It Is oatarrh. Do you catch colds easl1y1'Find done She foregather. with friends wish In curing rheumatism, pain In the f
: 'E:' FOSTER, ." Tbe Potomac river Is only COO miles back, kidneys, liver, bladder and
STEPHEN as soon as the service.. is ov yourself hoarse, with a tickling In "grass willow, like bfrllt'Jr-aDd they every part
Youth's Ccmpnnlon. your throat and an annoying cough at take their meals! at restaurants, spend long A lid In Its lower course U rather of the urinary passage. It corrects inability'to d

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, night?, Then,'you should always have estuary than a stream. hold water and scaldtag pain In passing
t.." of Hal lard's horehound their afternoons and evenings nt popu The of all rivers Is. It, or bad effects following use of liquor. ,
handy a bottle| highest navigable
Sims ,
Building I>eaf Cannot be -Cured
liens
1, Hjrup J: A Anderson, 334 West 5th St. lar pliii'fH. or vntertnlmnent, and thoroughly the Titaiigpo. which flows for nearly wind or beer and overcomes that unpleaaant

JACKSONVILLE,. :, FLA. by t local applications, an they cannot Sail Lake City, writes: "We use Ballard / enjoy tb'olOlI'h'ILuutlon Ex 1,000 miles at an elevation of from necessity of being compelled to fa often ;;
I' reach the diseased portion of the earl '1I Ilorehound Syrup for coughs and press. e day and to get up many times
There is only one way to cure; Deafness, colds. It gives: Immediate lellef. We 11,000 to 14.000 feet during the night. The mild and the extra-
",/ EORGE W., ALLEN, and that Is by constitutional remedies. know It's the best remedv for these trot The Indus the second sacred river of ordinary effect of Swamp-Root I Is soon i

Deafness 1. caused by an inflamed condition bles. I write this to Indnoe other peo Indeed-'hen out and ill India, Is 1.7OO miles long. Its waters realized. It stands the highest for Its wonderful

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of the mucous lining of the Eastachlan ple to try this pleasant and efficient rem. be goes tinning, returning shortly with have always been considered almost as cures of the moil distressing cases. t

KEYWEST. ,' FLORIDA. Tube. When this tube gets inflamed edy."' 25c, COo and .1 nt Wilson & Son's three wall eyed pike, restored health holy an those of the Oa nges.Three If you need a medicine you should have the
you have a rumbling sound or eat. Sold druggists In COo. and JI i, sizes.
Will practice In the United States and n blister on his none. When a woman rivers as big aa tbe Rhine
imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely You may have a sample bottle ot this
and State Courts. OjunOS closed Deafness Is the result, and unlest feels that wily she bungs" around would just equal| In volume the Gauges wonderful discovery ,
LONDON CAB SERVICE. the house and cries If anybody look. three the inflammation can be taken!: out and and a book that tellarfffl ;;
8 BURNHAM .his tube restored toile normal condition, end at Iier It must be lovely to be a two MisslHHlppIs the Auiuzou.When more about It, both sent IS lilt N' '
,. M. D. Why It le the !>... the Ch mpe.. '
N. bearing will be destroyed forever; nine In the'World."Everyone man.-Chicago Record-Herald. free from Ice, the Yukon riverIs absolutely free by mall

cases out of ten are caused by catarrh, navigable for (large steamers l.SXUS address Dr. Kilmer & n...... of.-....,._
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, which is nothing but an Inflamed condi- knows, either from experionce Wonderful miles a distance more thai twice as Zo., Binghamton, N. Y. When writing men

': ,Ear, Nose and Throat." tion of will the give mucous Ooe surfaces.We Hundred. Dollars for in London or hearsay Is the that best the and cab cheap.service He-She bold tier age well, doesn't Orleans.great as. that from Chicago to New tion reading this generous offer In this paper.

she
'WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)) est in the world but few of us know
She Ves. She doesn't look
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh why. So when I was over there I a day
Cure. Send for ctrculais, free. made it a point to find out." older than she says she Is.-Philadelphia Worm I)c troycr I p r

DR. HOi GHTON'S F. J. CHENEY Co.: Toledo, 0.jTSold The woman who occupied tbe 6ther Record. White's Cream: Vermifuge not only

!: by all Druggist, 73o.: seat In the hansom looked as -if she cilia worms, but removes the mucus Ant

FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTS Hall's Family Pills are the bast. would like to hear the result of his For a Had Cold. slime, in which they build their nests;

tAo Dsy. investigations' "It Is mululy due," be If you have bad cold you need a goo: the ." u( the body, where worms cannot .
on "Centos Perlo
continued "to the fact that licenses to reliable medicine like Cb' mbftrlaln'. ,.
Old the of the world Itself exist. 2Sota at B. K. Wilson A Son's.Instinet ,
as history loosen and relieve Knob and
3otigh Remedy to It, solvttIvhereber
Now drive cabs and buses through the Lon. ....
PALM BEACH.Foley's .
AT Is that of the queen of flower The and to allay the Irritation and inflammation _
don streets are bard to get An appll good
-----'-___ ____ .n ao' lent Greeks and. Romans reveled In of the throat and lungs For BIllby of ..10.... In War crops
cant must furnish the most satisfactory Arabian horses .manifest remarkable are grolrn.
roses. They were used lavtsniy at theirfeasts. all druggists and medicine dealers.
Kidney Cure In the time of the republic the proofs of his honesty when be courage/ In battle It Is said that when Sold .uf'7W"-,;
files his application at Scotland Yard,
horse of thIs breed finds himself
makes kidneys and bladder had their of Falernlan u
right.VirginiaHomes. cups
people with blooms, and the and his references are carefully verified. Ilefraetlv Power of th. llobr. wounded and perceives that be will 190NIUal FREE.,

wine swimming soldier after the battle of : Then he undergoes such a rigid The [>rUintl\e form of the spine) nut lie able to bear his rider mucb D. M. /aRRY 00.

Spartan refused drink wine that : examination as to bin knowledge of ruby Is like that of tb* diamond, eight longer be quickly retires from the conflict D.eeolt
Clrrha to any streets and localities that but little sided which dlntln ;ulnlHii It at once Mloh.
\bearing his master to a place otlaftty
with while at : .
was not pprfumod roses' I more than half the candidates from the oriental Ktoim. The color of I
the regatta of Bula the whole surface manageto while be has still sutOcIent .--. ". -. ..- .. .. -- -
strewn with pull through it. Those who do arethen be: gemilnt ruby la. that of the arterial strength. But on the other bund. If
Lucrlne lake
of the was tested as to their ability to drive blood( or plgi'on'a blood as it Is I, the rider Is wounded and falls in the The Largest and Most Comolate .

flowers. ______ through the crowded thoroughfares, culled It ,Is extremely hard and after ground tbe faithful animal remains
You learn all Establishment South.
about Lands
Its resources products Virginia mode of cultivation -, Doln. No ".r_ tbq test being a practical: one with an hc: sapphire! Is the hardest of the beside him unmindful of danger

prices, eto., by reading the One day; Willie aged, Ove. was cryIDJC. Inspector of police, who Is himself an coruu.ltnnll'bloll' rend'-m It difficult neighing until assistance Is brought. CEO. S. HACKER & SON '
Virginia Farmer. Send lOets. and his rrmmmu/ said: expert driver seated by the side of to undWutanU will the earth so rarely ,
the would be Jehu as he threads his It Its tint lirus beautiful by
for a month subscription to the "Willie, you are getting your face all gives lip. Plenty of Color.
Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. dirty from crying And Willie stopped way through the jam. Probably 20 artlllclnl" light n* by day l and Its power "That Sirs. \Vadbams to wbqm you
per cent of the applicants cometo of rc'tit'Ctloit/ uri MO great that ancient .
the other evening
: introduced remind -
long enough, ,to reply r ;: me :
grief during this test us the slightest I belief en tilt PI I It with of
"Wfil. It wu..u'tit.ft n when 1 n t ant power me very much of a portrait by;
BANNER SALVEthe ed." And then, tie went ou.-Brooklyn Infraction of the rules of the road or emitting light The ancient even sup. Ucmbrandt" '
the exercise of bad judgment In con. posed tlmt It would shire through "
most h.allnp..Iv.Inth.world. Eagle, "Is that so? Which one?
trolling or guiding his> horse means with undlnilnlnhod
clothing power "Oh, any old one. They; all look
f r"
.. absolute failure. If successful '
Cancer Cured by Jllootl Hal in.AM the wbon you get close to them, as It the I Ir
applicant Is impressed with tbe Importance It In now said that Duke Boris brother
Skin and Blood DMHM Cured. paint had been brown on by the
BO YEARS' of returning all articles left I. coming to the United States.These .
Cyril
EXPERIENCE lire M. L Adams, Fredonla, Ala., landfill.--Chicago/ Herald.A .
took Botanic Jibed Balm which effectually 10 his cab to headquarters without delay are happy days for tbe chorus

cured an eating cancer of the nose and told that an attempt to make ladles and Newport society. Serene Temperament.; '

and face. The Mores healed up perfectly. excessive charges means tbe forfeiture ")lIke." said Plodding I'ete, "don't 'r""r; 1i1atM4isletP d
Many doctors had given up her case as of his license. The result Is.comparative "
qrk hope Ie... Hundreds cases of cancer, safety to the passengers In cabs The next Jleiuedy for Croup. you wish you" was rich? MANUFACTURERS OF
"Kind o'' answered Meandering
; aliog sores, suppurating swellings, etc., and a reasonable certainly: that there (From the Atchison, (Can., Dally Globe)
been cured by Blood Balm. Among )1111::.,. "Coarse I couldn't eat any
i\ have the Doors Sash Blinds
will be no attempt upon 'cabby's'part
TRADE MARKS others Mrs. B. M. Guerney, Warrior TliUI the season when the woman who more dan I does, but I'd be saved de ,
1: ,
'lit' S to overcharge his fare. -New
II ,, knows the best remedies for la In
wV.. COPYRl6Nra" &c. Stand Ala. Her nose and lip were raw : croup trouble o' sayln"much; obliged' to ofen. 1
A nvnne.andtng ankftlch and mar all beef with offensive discharge from York Tribune. demand la every neighborhood. One of ."Washington R tar. lie aiding & Building Material..
'I, .,41y .1n urtri/n one opinion ;d.em'Iptlnn: ::.r .p the eating sore. Doctors advised cutting the most terrible things In the world I I..* to ------

t lnH i i.?r trlclyr ftit )In pmhahll,;,iilldnntfal.itfttitAiila.llnaOknnkon('mmm.nlrn-fnlmit but It failed. Blood Balm healed Ileac LIniment on Earth. be awakened in the middle of the night A child of Mr*. Gee T. Bonson, when Cflloe Warerooms King, opposite !'
"nl free UIoI..., Humtr for...rurlnir pat.nl... by a whoop from one of tho children. Cannon; Street.Charleston .
and Mm. is as well. his usual bath
I'.,tend taker tKruuult' Munu yN. r....n the sores, Oaerney getting: ; Saturday night ;
.prMnl nutlet, wnhoue chirga. In tli... ver. Botanic Blood Balm also cures I. 31. Mcllany, Greenville,Tex., writes, The croup remedies are almost an sure tom stepped back against a hot stove which:
Itching humors scabs and scales Nov. 2,. 1000.: "1 bad rheumatism last lout In clUe of croup n* t revolver In. turned him severely. The child wan In S. C.
eczema
Scientific Jtmcslcan. ,
bone ulcers, offensive pimples. winter was down In bed ala weekstrie(1everytiaing are to be lost In case of burglars. There and IiIA mother could do
pains great agony
A hnnitflmnoly. llrHntratMl" ....k". ,..>rue..t rtrenlmtion blood poison, parbuncles, scrofula but got no relief, till a friend sedto bo an old fashioned remedy' for nothing In pacify him. Kemamborlng Sash Weights Cord and
....... '
of any nletittUn .1. Tvrm Sfy a. me a part of a bottle of Bollard's known as hlvenyup and tout but ,
,
ear. four ntontk*.*L Sold by all n.w.dealar., risings and bump) on the skin and all gave group hat HUB had a bottle of ChamborUUi's'aln I
.1 Snow Liniment. I ailed it, and /got two some mothers nay that Chamberlain's the house she she
1 blood troubles. Druggists, per per Balm In thought
MUNN i. Co.38IB'Md-'New YorkJlraucb Hardware.
more bottles. It cured me and 1 haven'tfelt 2ough Remedy Is better and does
OlTKj Balm free and prepaid by writing Blood any rheumatism since. I can recommend c".t.o much. It cause the patient to after applying! It tbe child was pilot and
Snow Liniment to be the bent hot- "throw the plilwfm" and I Window and Fancy Glass
quicker
Balm Co., Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble op asleep and !In less than two weak wan
OLD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity and special medical advice sent in meat pa earth for rheumatism" For gives relief In shorter time. Give this well MM.. Benson I I. a well-known real- A SPECIALTY.Foley'S

at the ADVOCATB office.Foley's sealed letter. It Is certainly worth while .beumatio, selatlo or neuralgic palm, rub remedy as soon as the croupy cough an dent of Kellar, Va. I'aln Balm I* an .
investigating; such a remarkable remedy, 'In Ballard'v Snow Liniment, you will not pearl and It will prevent the attack. It antiseptic liniment and especially value -
offer long, but will be gratified with a fall and Is pleasant and safe to
Blood Balm cures the most awful, lever able for burns, cat, bruises and upralns.
Honey and Tar as worst and most deep seated blood, speedy and effective cure. 23C, 5Oc and take. For sale by all druggists and medIcine 'or ale by druggist and medicine deal- Honey ana Tar
.1 at B. It. Wilson A Son dealers. lorchlldenultllIUre.
caret colds prevents pneumonia. diseases.w en. No opiates.




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,.. JAMES. PBITCUABD, President; W f. M. BBQWM, Vice-President.
t I';I "f .t ,EAST COAST 'ADVOCATE THE COMING YACHT RACE. C. S. S'CUUYLBK, Cashier. W. ". BBANNINO, Asst. Cashier


: fkft'1 .- The third :challenge to a race for I INDIAN RIVER STATE
> ?
i BANK
..wsaLt ,0e&IUL BVOTBD TO TOVMIIIT a.ax.-
L o. Tan IMDIXK *!VII&, L"&B the America's cup, by Sir ,Thomas -

r WOBTM...#BUOATIIB BAT.KOTIO: .. Lipton, has arrived in New 'York, Ii ,
' i and thus will be added another to Health COUNTY DEPOSITORY. I

I gt PUBLISHED KVBHY FB1DAT.' the list of attempts which have Authorized capital
t FOR A QUARTER! $10OCOQ \
been made to wrest from the United Paid
I up capital, $25ooo
' \ ; Oa.ABl.Ki H. WALTOS Editor Publisher States the yachting supremacy! People who have torpid liven Bad< ins a miserable ,,,, Average deposits, i'
'. d fi r which she gained in England over xliMnoe, and take purge sad drrnaMo drop $10Oooo
f i' .!y #t I Discontinuance of actvti. must btl madeper- have which gripe and rack tha bowel,when all they need..
orally at this. vttloa orby writing. a century ago. a gentle reminder to the uw. to do lie dut7.AMON'S .
'; Sir Thomas Lipton is to he com Transacts a General Banking 1

1 ::.J Oheuk,eto.,may be rondo payable to CHABLXSH. mended for his courage and persistence LIVER PILLS

i ::1( : ":" WAWOS,publisher.Aildregs and the experience gained in ANDTONIC PELLETS Business,
kfo .J. 1
I i ; his other attempts is likely to be of I
. ., ,1/ all communications to use to him on this occasion. Other are mUct In their motion.! The pills stimulate the liver'to its u Largest and Oldest Bank on the i
River
t: EAST COAST ADVOCATE, challengers who have built yachts proper work, and the pdsU lorigol'&lAI the .fatelD as a 1 I
I, both anitlrt. Nature, which is an a ; bought and lold
,, li, TiTO vn.t.it, :J'LO&rD4. whole; in short, they G Exchange ; on all Foreign
j
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for the of
f f.1 special purpose racing medicine should do.BROWN. Remember that 25 dose for 23 ;4 i Couotrieu. I
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--- for the cup have usually appearedto days cow 260. You ceo have a free sample 0'you I h- ,
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1 it { think that had been done went it. Patroangeappreciated./ Prompt service nolit.
enough
0. 8. Department of Agriculture 2 treatment,ai Weather Uuroau-Jupiter, iris.ik' in the way of preparation. when a MFQ. CO. +- d.- a rvative banking granted.CORRE8PONDENTSI .

boat was built by a designer of high New York ; d t
Seaboard National
Rank
of New
v' reputation and rigged by an expert and Qreeneville T : P** "" York/and
The following: is a oomparatlve statement r ;;a. National stank of Jacksonville, Fia.rj .
of temperature and rainfall for the sailmaker. Tenn.
r' [ Z7 VjLLE FLA.
week ending Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1E03. Rumors regarding the design of .

-1902- -1901- the new boat are, of course! very

DATE.29 MAX.74 MIN.61 MAX.82 MIS.70 untrustworthy, and what is put THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

30 78 72 82: 74 forth one day is very liable to. be

i 81 70 72 81 72 contradicted onthe, next, but-speculation n
h 1 79) C8 81 74 on this point will be abund- Hold by B. B. WILSON A SON TITUSVILLE.
Wood. Goal Coke. Brick Lime., Cement.I I
n 2 79 71 81 70 ant from this time forward, untila ,
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3 81 60 82 71 .
u' 4 80 73* I 80 ,00 chance is given of seeing the hull
I' out of the water. The fact that Rockledge.The Georgiana. > :
Total rainfall for the week: 0.40
r.' Departure from normal, rainfall for the the races are expected to take placein t Vitrified, Paying, and Sidewalk Brick..."

i week: minus 0.61) inches. Departure August may, therefore, be the new walks being laid about the C. D.Provost Is now our- postmaster,. .

from minus normal 10.65 Inches.rainfall ainoe January v 1, only reason for' the report that Mr. Day property Is a great Improvement. Mesdames Llndabery- Cannattawere Offices foot.' of lJpgatJ'Street", Jacksonville[ Florida. ,. Telephone No. 262.

i :, ItAX P. HARDIN, Observer Fife intends the Shamrock III. to Miss Myra G. Williams left for Jack. pleasant callers. at Mrs. Munson's J, KWUNNERLYN, General Manager.
be alight weather boat. The Lon- Bonvllle on Tuesday- ,. to be absent several on Saturday. ... I
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t. don despatches say that hithertothe days. Dr. Fredericks and wife, last week,

;. I THE election on Tuesday passed dominating idea with designers Col. C. W. Harrison is slowly Improv for Chicago,. to spend the winter with

.d'' : ./ II I off very quietly all over Florida. of challengers has been to secure ing north.E.In.health since his return from the their daughter. Mc l\\lurray & Baker

1 t '. ,\ct,' In some of the northern states the length and power, but that in this Hervey Bower arrived, Friday, from ,
d instance A. nartwell and family reached St. Augustine for a short visit with his
'f', contest was quite spirited, especially ability to carry sail will .
from their
home
Rookledgo, Chicago mother sister and best
JI' girl.;
I' 11'" in the 'selection of Congress be subordinated to the productionof Thursday of last week. 4O1-413 East Jay Street., ; Jacksonville, Florida.
I f man. a form of hull that can be driven J. W. Bruner went'up to Merritt, Mon '-.
Hugh Magruder was down for a few day and bought a fine cow from Dr. -Makers and Jobbers, of-
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j i i'd easily through the water.: It is days with his parents and looking after !Savenac, who is going to Palm Beach for t
: "f I' 1 Lo THE weather on Indian River said that this causes British yachtsmen business. lie returned> Oak Hill on the winter. I
Ir'' to fear that the III. Tuesday's train. Vehicles Harness and Material
if If ,' this week has been very delightful, Shamrock Bob Barnett, who has been visiting Carriage Wagon
i r. the temperature ranging from 75 to will be easily beaten in a fresh The grounds about the hotel/ qre beIng his grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Hltcock, ,

: I, :l';. 80 degrees. While in many,towns breeze ; but that Messrs. Fife and placed In nice condition. ,'Tlie grass; during the summer, left, Saturday, for Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
'4 t ', In1' the north they are having heavy Watson are both willing to risk it. Is very green, owing' to the recent! rains, his mother's home In Daytona.
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and looks
11 tl shrubbery well.
j a' ( I falls of snow, here in 'Titusville 'Such a change of model is some- Miss Lily Carter Carter spent a pleasant : Flrst-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

, f great of our townspeople are thing of an experiment for British Most delightful weather prevails. The davwith Miss Myrtle Burchflel on
many
little cold 'wave,, which visited us last Saturday and Miss Wittfeld
J p / going around without( a coat or vest, designers, but it will\ be interestingto week, dispatched the last mosquito,..so Sunday ofternoon, and Mary went to church spent

.' J"f'.1.; j so genial and pleasant is the weath watch the results obtained .by now we have peace v 1th our pleasures. with Miss'Myrtle In the evening. Lumber and Building Material.

I t "' er. All doors and windows are this departure ; bAt. on this side of John A Irwin and family are now nicely Rev. R. B. Templeton preached two

i.'jl 1 t open and we are not worrying much the water there are likely' to be only, domiciled In their pleasant home, the most excellent sermons In the Methodist
. 1 whether we get any coal OP not. slight changes in the form of the Goodyear property, purchased last year, church here, Sunday., Everybody likesto We keep everything required in the building line from the brick foundation to
IW"w io: new_ defender and these rather'in' and which has been undergoing repairs.I hear him preach, especially\ the young theridfe cap Including

Tnx quail season opened on Sat the nature of improvements along Capt. J. C. CoKglns took a boat load people. SAI3III DOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
r'J and well-tried lines I Rockledge and Cocoaltes to the races Of// The many friends of Mrs. Lena Hall jar SPECIALTIES: Masurys' Paints and Varnishes, Neponsett & Parold Roofing
;I J, urday, a great many hunting Eau Oallie, last Friday The will be grieved to learn of her very serious Paper. ,
parties and local sportsmen have ,high,: winds that day kept many Illness. It. was decided tbat an EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
!', f 0 g, been in the wood's of Drevard county Cocoa. going. operation must be performed, and Dr. .
Hughlett was hastily summoned and
this week, bagging quail andy Rev. J. I*. Plllsbury from Green Cove performed the
operation successfully
t' turkey. As far as we can learn, Cocoa Is Springs; Fla., will preach at the'' chapelat on
; i. getting; ; ready for expected Saturday morning.: ; By Tuesday the was Hodges & 'Eara
;,, .r i' game is plentiful at present, but visitors this winter. at 11 Itockledjze o'clock., on All next are Sunday oOI'dlainvited\)morning much better and considered out of dan- ,
D whether it will be in another two ,ger.: Dr. Chambers has the case In .. '
.Manufacturers and
} sq Miss Clara Sanders has returned from to come and hear him. Dealersin.v|
and ,
i .\. months, "deponeth sayeth not." her visit; In another part of the Statf. charge Is giving her his-' best atten Bough
A. Wheeler who has nice borne tlon. / ,
at
4 '. a CYPRESS AND
' YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
r Anyway there will be a big slaughter Mrs. W. O. Paterson has returned from Rockledge, has returned from New DressedOrange
i1 of birds from now on ; and, as her summer outing, and 1V. O. and John Haven, Conn., where he has been duringthe ANXIOUS olOMENTS"Some" of\11e
') usual, we presume that the hunting are happy again. summer. He looks well, and hU moat anxious hours of a mother's life are Box:' Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
Mills and
of Icn located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write for deliveredto
us prices
r friends are glad to welcome him those when 'the little ones of the house
Mrs. J. >I. Paine and daughter have many
friends of the ADVOCATE will bear
r of the
State. Address
returned from Minnesota, and are domi- back again. hold have the croup Tliere is no'other any part : Hodges & O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
us in mind when they get overburdened ciled at Palmetto medicine so effective In this terrible malady -, -_.
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with Work is going on at the store building .
game. I : as Foley's Honey and Tar It is a -
,. Mr. and_Mrs. E.P. Poroher!' were_ among; recently vacated. ..by <4. N.> Hatch, to convert 1 household favorite for throat and luna i he Oldest EUtkbllnlicd Grain and Seed House in the State.iYtt .
the uocoaiten wno went to Eau uallle to it into a Dimnra nail, Dowucg; alley troubles, and as it contains BO opiates It
%a r'' PROBABLY many ,thin it that the witness the boat race, on last Saturday and swimming; pool, all of which will be can be safely'ghen.South'Rockledge.. '

t'I '. appointment of General Bragg'to Next Sunday will be Rev. A. lit.Dalger's appreciated Rookledge, this by.the season.guests of the New W:=: : A. :Sours: : Co.
Hong Kong is Intended to be embarrasslng. ; day to preach at the Methodist
Being rather old he church at Cocoa at 11 a. m., and 7 p. m, Mr. and Mrs. Horace R. Share reached "' .
; Rockledge last Saturday afternoon. All GRAIN I
HAY
AND GARDEN SEEDS
may not care to go so far away Geo. Sweeney brought a large party are glad; to see Mr. and Mrs. Shares, and ; ,
from home ; but still\, if he was not over from Indlanola, In his launch, on he will now begin the work of placing H. J. Magruder visited his parents

pt too old to do his country service in Friday evening, to attend the Phantom his hotel, the New Rockledge, In readiness last Monday.Mrs. ..,",-,MI0? Flour, Grits, '\Meal and Fertilizers 1

Cuba he perhaps will not decline ball.The for the coming. ; season. J. E. Bettler\ was very sick I last _.... MJI1SJ
i "i China the Gould cottage, on the corner of week with neuralgia. Dr. Hughlett has BT. LOOTS. >MOo 112 East Bay JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
i to go to post in which Wlllard street and Urevard avenue has
r t, he is to serve being an important been thoroughly renovated and furn18hedreody Asleep! Amid. Flames. Mrs: Soanrf, of Selma, Ala., Is visiting Agts.; fat fuunu Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'yad Plant System. I
l ; one. Of course, it was impossible for occupancy : Breaking: Into a blazing home, some her cousin, J. S. Coats. '

t for anybody knowing the Cubans E. P. Poroher baa delivered his swift firemen lately dragged the sleeping in- Miss Tu M. Pdwe has deferred her visit
r i little launch Into the hands of that mates from death. Fancied security, to:
competent Kockledge until about Deo. 20th. She
t? Jr, or Spaniards to suppose that Gen. boat builder, Geo. Olograsi. and and death near, It's that way when you is now at Newton, near Boston.M F. 'Hummaxi & Co.
t' Bragg could be useful at Havana it la on the ways at his place to be enlarged neglect coughs and colds. Don't do It. _
i t' after being known in Cuba as a and retltted. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption : C.Salmon U putting on a new roof ...
.
; given perfect protection against; all and otherwise improving Miss Louise
t2. y very severe oritic.r Mr. and Mrs. A. 'Tnvlor returned throat, chest and lung troubles. Keep M. Powe] cottage, OakclitTe. It will be 201 Washlnptrtn St ) NEW YORK. v
from Jacksonville on Monday, and Mi'*. near, and avoid suffering, death and duo- occupied by C. V. Rulhven on Dec. 1st. J)3) Murray:\ Street. ) N. Y.
r i : Taylor I. rapidly I rocoveilng from her tor's bills. A teaspoonful late ,
THE: cities along the Erie Canal recent severe IlInoHg much to the satisfaction stops We are glad to have our old neighbors
,
cough persistent the most stubborn.
are much concerned as to,the fate of her friends. armless[[ end nice use tasting, It's guaran E. A. lUrtwell, and A. D. Baldwin HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY- -: _:.

: w of that waterway, and there'is apparently The second month of school ends with teed to satisfy by U R. Wilson Son. and Mr. tlartwcll their families la with us once more.
feeling much better
as much talk about Improvements Price fillets and 1. Trial bottles since F'1oricL: L
i; this week, and the children are busy free. his ani val. ra.n.geS ;

S needed as thare was preparing for examination. The school ... .....
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Judge VVyck came within ficient teachers _ST. PETKHSBUHO.;: GirJ.Lr rfL rJ4c peJr: : 4 L.a. 5'
so few votes of
14' ernor through the campaign becoming in gov-the The Phantom hall at the Cocoa Opera ... We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to representyou

.I, j canal cities. In New ;York city we l large house, Including was a succe many s. dancers.The crowd Everyone was THE BELMONT, PETERSBURG, FLA. also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.

were told the Canal Association is on the Moor was maskedand the Open November 10th.
r already energetically at work to music was good. Taken all In aP', every- On the eastern shore of the peninsula, between Tampa Bay and the Gulf of I
one present enjoyed themselves Mexico. The most healthy winter resort city In the State. On high ground; pure ESTABLISHED 1870.
profit by the canal planks in the water, perfect drainage; rooms large and newly furnished, papered and painted. ,
1 \ ,''f', Democratic and Republican plat- Rates, $8 00 to tl .OO per week. W. H. TIPPETTS, Proprietor.

1 1 ,' forms. It ,Is said that all large Indianola. M. Lane &
Son
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I commercial bodies of New York MEUIUTT Blerrltts Island.

are with it In giving such attention John Reed has been 111 for a few days: ,

;' I I to the enterprise. with rheumatism. TTTT TVTntV A :TVf HUNTING LODGE. 250 WASHINGTON
t t ,ii .." ------ Wa learn with regret u that_un _Minn__.. lath._____ -- -- -"- + ---.-,- Winter Resort. STREET, NEW YORK.
( I -/ erlne Sams, of Countenay la quite Ill. on Indian River, Merrltt Fla.
I by < WITH reference to places where Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, Balllard, Pool and Southern
Mr. and ) .. A. Z. Dixon Fruit
7 ballot frauds have been in order it was over Ping Pong tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 850 fret of docks. and Produce
Saturday, spending the evening with Mr. Cabin catboat for cruising. Hunting and fishing finest on the Const. Write, and
is said that ballot frauds have existed and Mis. Andrlz.: : our boat will meet you at Cocoa, free. E., J. BLAIR( Proprietor.'
t5 in Philadelphia since the Wm. Illndle has been 'for
ever over a few :
l,4 days fitting the bath COtc.l.t'C.1ssiorl.:: : : : : Mercsara-ts.:
,R Republican party obtained its long ; up room In the

lease of power. Democrats, Republican John Crawford house.A The Pioneer ,

tj, 4" and Independents alike all number from here are expecting to ?ooperage. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
t attend the Indian River Baptist Association -
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freely: admit the frauds. Every LAGRANGE, > FLORIDA.
which will meet with the
LaGrange Cards and
election tells the same story, and Baptist church this week. I manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and ezpeditlonsly. onr quotations furnished on application.(

j1-4 l I ,/ careful calculation, based upon the The election on Tuesday passed off When In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as I can fill your order to perfection. .

knowledge of false registration and quietly In this district. No lives were TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla,
1 specific instances of corruption sacrificed in the cause and the very Mason ) M. Clark

places the fraudulent' vote countedin heavy vote of thirteen were polled.} ,

Philadelphia on an election day Miss NeneeD.| Rowe and her mother Tabor's Trees
at 8000. Yet, we understand :Mr. returned to Indlanola mat week. Miss
Rowe opened her fall term of Fruit and
$ I Penneypacker put this great evil lessons on Tuesday evening of this dancing week. Produce Commission Merchant.
4 1 aside with a graceful wave of the One member of the spring term says it Is nave an enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true to name
z hand; and, while be promised to a good cure for rheumatism. very Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfied SPECIALTIES .

ti ,p support a ballot reform law, if he Now,that the hot weather and mosquitoes customers hybrids, on contract the United, both States In nursery Government and orchard.for whom Our we twenty are growing years extensive special Extra :
Beans
1 : becomes governor he observes that have gone, the song service has Orchard and Nursery experience Is at your service. Fruit trees, Shade trees, Roses Early and Vegetables.
1 I the extent of the frauds is much been resumed at the church Sunday and Ornamentals, Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free. '
'S" j evenings, with Mrs. Knight as organist. Florida
I exaggerated, and infers a doubt if Oranges and
i AH are cordially welcome, and It Is hoped GLEN SAINT MARY :NURSERIES, G. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR, Grapefruit.
t ; It exists at all. that as many. possible will attend. Glen Saint Mary, Florida.
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K.AST COAST ADVOCATE, )NOVEMBER 1 1902. g!

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I West Palm Beach., Stuart. \ Tlbbals. Melbourne. rDE GEORG )IA RX. JOHN, MARX. ,

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\V. U. Ord of Danln, wan In town last Schropilci, ,*i Kennedy are'hard artwork: Pineapple are being shipped alwodl 1VI.A.. :B <>S..
,lek, to consult Dr. Burnnam In regard putting In 3 acres of beans and : OOODE-JlnU t1! late and Loan
squash dally In email
the health of his daughter with satis-! quantities, comparedwith ." hI, fur ..tttna Ixndon and Liverpool and
I results. F.! O. Hancock has his building lot the regular season, but are bring: Io.. 1'rovlilonoe, '* hlnirK>n, and Him Fin WHOLESALE GROCERS
story cleared log fancy prrces. We4renoe. Special urtenMon paid to the
ready to
commence building
lCteruem of residents.Dgl. .
nan
'Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Stone are ex- operations.Mrs. !

icted on the 8th, from a snccesuful II. ed The to residents have Mrs.of our Jute burg Hudson are delight In their .V. FHYNICIAN: AJTO SUHOKON.Mlilnni .
W. Fruit t and Produce Jobbers.
irtimer its manager of the Plimpton Besney returned home on .. iMHltxmmo.. Ball Galllu, luestluy

|>use Watch JU11IK. I. Thursday former, homo, from In Nashville a !pleasant Tenn.visit at her with midst relatives again, niter la Arknusiut.a visit of a few week _.HU Krliliiv.. aftfirniHina.

W. n.. }Moses the popular real es-
Mr.
[ rrr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK
Fishing Is at standstill of There seems to bo quite a demand :, Corner and Julia Sts JACKSONVILLE FLA.
account Bay
ite man. who has been to Washington, the recent on hero for first-elms cooks and IniiDdiexmtn the pink paper of the East Coast, will be ,
i. C, and New York returned to his heavy winds and wo believe received at the Melbourne
[ikeside home lastFilday. ,. that Is the only thing that is standing but a small add In the ADVOCATE Yvouhlundoubtedly Illl I II I PostofHoe. II WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED
help
still as things have been moving- round our people to get good ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Ben II. Doter have just quite lively for the past few days. reliable help. Nothing like advertising I It. V. PaddUon, of Fort Pierce wall s
;turned from New York; a trip com bin- In the pink paper.C. visitor' In Melbourne last week. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

fg business with pleasure, as we shall Messrs.stopped Geo.here Wallace and Frank Bowen 0. Jannoch ha. added much to the ,D. T. McCarty, of Eldrod, was the Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Pea In season.
of the Weonesday their
evidence' at holiday on
,:ive eeaaona.I /guest of R. W. Goode last week.
to Palm appearance of his property here former ,
way Beach in Mr. Wallace'syacht ,
(\ Mr. and Mrs.: Henry Maddox regular: the I Stella.\ They were returning ly occupied by one of onr charming realdouta Charlie Campbell U getting In a fine ftf'o solicit consignments of Fruit and Vegetabloe.Eau .

sinter residents of Palm. Beach will ar- home from I he races Leld til Eau Gallie, Mitts England by cleaning: up the stock of holiday goods In the Bazaar. ---- -- ---- -===f .
jve in a few days to take possession of Saturday and had the defeated oat boat lot and planting many ornamental trees! "j
DuokVNest just north of the Royal Canvasback In tow; and plants. Ho also expects to build an Mrs Ticutler and Mr. M nnoll, of Eau Gallie.
S'olnciana hotel. addition to his dwelling. Gallic, spent last Hunday at the home of I
Two tramps passed by here Friday Mis. John Ooode. Good Health !
, Madam E. Hall formerly of New York, evening, and broke Into Mortis Johns' Residents In the pineapple section are w-:: ;
E. It.
Major E. C. Graven Wager the !guest of J. E. M.
of
studio In Melbourne
!has; opened a Park cottage forteaching packing house, stealing [ hereby reminded that the ADVOCATX !
some pineapples. would like to I Beach, was In town Tuesday shaking Hodgson on Saturday: and :Sunday::! last.
\ the conservatory methods in Mr. Johns caught them after a lively have a share of their job i
xiusio; making normal teaching and harmony chase. One of them had a concealed printing. While the ADVOCATE does hands with old friends.Mr. E. W. Stickney and family, of Oloan at.J pure blood are Inseparable. If ,

; a speciality. pistol so lie was arrested and taken toJLII. deal of printing for people In the pine and Mrs. W. T. Wells arrived nt N Y., are expected here ou Friday oiSthis your blood U bad, your health must suf ;
; : Ills name John apple belt, still there are a few that have ,their Melbourne home week. fer. Poor blood allows the body to- lose '
' The Taletha club will give a social on was O'Neal, and on Tuesday, after vitality just as a poor fire ,under the r
:S'ov. 7th, in the Cooperative naIl, the the gentleman in charge of the prisonersat office forgotten does the fact that the pink paper spending several mouths north. \Ve are Mrs. Sarah Smith has had a wing completed boiler allows the steam to run down. +
job of kinds.
proceed to be given to the fund which the rock pile is of the same name. Send In your orders.printing. all always glad to see thorn return. on the 'north end of her Eau Gale From poor blood to impure blood Is buta :I.t.

is being raised to purchase a piano for Hurrah for the 361 We are proud of. Our town people will be glad to know home ou Houston street. step, and Impure blood is mother to a ;

he public school. These young ladles her. Twice she has defeated the cream On Wednesday evening, Nov. ItHll, that Mr. Sutton and family, of Michigan Mrs. M. B. Burns pasHed through hereon large percentage of human ills. Dr '
deserve a crowded house. of the Lake Worth fleet.. At Fort Pierce the ladles of the T. B. Club Mill give the who pent the winter In Melbourne two Saturday last en route to Canaveralvia Harters Iron Tonic Is an antidote for t'i

4; Mr. Henry Pettltt and Mr. George W. on July 4th, she defeated a half-rater, opening dance of the season, which will years ago, write to tends. here that they the Banana line of steamers. both poor and Impure blood, for It is \
returned from and on Nov. 1st,.at Eau Gallie, she de- also be the first In the new dance hall a hope to be with us this season. both a builder and"purifiera food :
liaoon yesterday a summer's -
In feated Capt. Canova's famous catboat recent addition to the Club-houae. Invitation Quite a number of Melbournltos wore and a medIcine It Is the beat combination
outing New England. They the Canvasback. Both of these boats I is extended to all. Nondancerswill Mrs. Charles Oslln wife of Editor noticed In Eau Gallie\ on Saturday last. of the kind known to medical }

will open their winter home "relloanT.odge" belong at Palm Beach and neither of be entertained In various ways, suoh Oslln of the Melbourne Times left, last The boat race was the attraction. science, and its success for nearly halfa
and be at home to their frieuds
Thursday, lor' a visit to her "Old
during the winter season of '902: and 'U03. them Houston can make It Interesting for the as nut at and cards other, bean, games.;bags, progressive Refresbments pea tacky Home." We trust her visit.Ken-will Mrs. S. E. Itaibour Is again In Eau thousands, century has of led medical to its endorsement men who have by
product.
j 1 ReV. And L. F. Ulndry with their will be served at an appropriate hour, prove an enjoyable one, and thatshe will Gallie at her beautiful winter home, been unable to find a substitute.
Water The death of Judge Nathaniel Charles and come back strong. Walden cottage, having arrived on Saturday -
little son, have returned to Palrn : music will add to the pleasure of "
Reach,. improved by their outing In the early Monday evening, was a shock to the guests. The members of the Club Quite a number of our young people last. '
mountains near Asbvllle, N C. Rev. our people. Mr. Charles: was a nephewof will leave nothing undone to add to the went to Eau Oallle on the first, to witness Miss Laura Houston returned to Jack
Mr. Jlindry has taken up his church duties Mr. and Mrs. Rae, and came here with pleasure of all visitors. Admission, 50 that exciting boat race between :'M souvtllo ou Monday. Mrs. Capt. Houston Dr. Harter's ,;
,, and Bethesda-by-the-Sea la once them a few weeks ago, from his home In cents. of Eau Gallie, Canvass Back of Palm also wont to the metropolis for a few

more open for regular church services, Washington, D. 0., hoping that his The jovial and congenial oharactoiUtics Beach and Black Diamond of Eau Galllo. weeks' visit.Frank .
:Sundays: and Holy days health would bo improved by the changeof SO won the race the race as usual.
climate. The funeral service was heldat of the members of the T. B. Club Houston chartered the Fly '

, We read with pleasure the return of the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Rea, keep them always* in readiness to have Capt. Sam Martin took.a jolly party to by-Night for the winter, and will tow Iron Tonic
Mr. Charles H. Walton from a few weeks' and was conducted by the Rev. W. T. fun when the opportunity presented; :Melbourne Beach on Monday In the the vessel to the Inlet opposite St. Luole

visit in the north. We missed his genial Moore of Jensen. The remains were and last Friday evening being; Hallow launch Dreamer. In the party were, with his motor launch.
at the Tltusville station laid E'en, It was derided by a large! numberof Mrs. G. M. Brown Mrs. Williams I
presence on our at rest in the Rea family burial lot, I the H. U,Hodgson's new residence Is now will insure! :von ntmlnst the mnnrevll nnultlna' I f
trip to and front Washington but the on the north aide of the river. Messrs. members to celebrate the occasion by Misses Florence and Eva Mlddleton roofed In and Inclosed and the paintersare 'nom Impure lilooU. Sorofuln. pimple'*, blotohem, ),
\DVOCATK's representative Mr. A. K. Robert Leadbetter Chas. McPherson, A. taking a straw ride to Jensen ou the Alma l\lartln.l1elen Miller Olive Powers, at woik. The building shows kidney Ulnonlom, rheumatism smut dyspupHlu v i
up
Wilson, bore the honors gracefully, and L. Lane Homer Witham. John Taylorand large fruit wagon just purchased by II. Erno"t1Il'Own, \Mrs. Dr. Brown, Messri. well from Indian River tow fnmitlo of them wuukmiHN( but,the nnannlit grottont, chloroaln.evil, the eto.urenKinnrtnnirrr. are u ,,
and ,
extended the hand of welcome.ExMayor' Stanley Hitching aoted AS pallbearers. Jennings; while the- fiery steeds Allen, and Jack Mlddleton. In. the uont'ral wnnkenlnir of the wholovntum 1\,
A huge number of friends attended were prancing, the jolly party were collecting Mr. and Mrs. Tvlandor are staying At whlolt, afford an opening lor every
and Mrs. Wblllden received the funeral. horns, whistles and various other On l Halloween night; a social dance was the Granada hotel for the present, but pMHHlUlf diet.uae..

.a demonstrative welcome on their return things to give due notice of their coming given at the Inn by Mrs. Ida Hector, as will go Into housekeeping shortly on the The folio win u IK only one of the thousand of
from a summer in the north. The Lake and on their arrival at their d.. tlna- an opening for this pleasant home like Eau tiallle\ river-possibly the Harrison teaUmonlulx wo hiwo received
Worth Band serenaded them and handshaking W. A. Herren of Finch, Ark., writes: tlon the party ,was welcomed by the Ite- house which will be run In good style at cottage.Mr. DPtrnlt Mich. Jan. It). 1001.leommrtnnml .
was the order of the day. The "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney nial host and hostess of the Alfresco moderate price A large number of uxlnir Dr. Hnrter. Iron Tonlo
ex-Mayor baa his eagle eye out for all Cure has cured a terrible case of kidneyand hotel. Having arrived at the regular young people drove down from Eau rial- Sampfe will have charge of the I. when proNtrata from n severe attack of rhnutnif
improvements In our little town, though bladder ttouble that two doctors had dinner hour, the party was served witha lie. Mesdames E. M. and C. J. F. Cnrn\\ U. &; Lake Fish and Ice Co.'s plaut at thin tlMin.disease After were using complete three !bottle emilloiited all traces from m/of '!

lie has retired from public life. given up. Sold.by Wilson fc; :Sou. dinner that would do credit to Deimonloo's bell and John Nicholson-furnished come this point for the winter months, Mr. system unit my general health wu rtmtored.. .
fine dance music. Dainty refreshments Rosslter !having boon moved to West An a luoixj purlner Dr. H..rt..r'alrun'1'onlo
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Spitzor have returned famous New York restaurant. were served ned all Palm Beaoh.. hiM no equal., and I mont, ulnueraly recommend
The tables report a most enjoyable -
were beautifully decorated It to all pnr'ons' nuftorlnir from Indigestion
from a two months' visit in Mich
Jensen. with yellow and red, the center piece time. Among those present were A jolly daucn was given at the Indian faunas. rheumatism and the many weakenedonndtelnns ,
Mr. and Mrs. / will remain ,
Bpltzer:
igan. : Meodamus E. M. 'l' of the system prodiicuiPby Impoverlutiod -
Campbell C. West
here until the last of the month, when being a pyramid of apples, persimmons K. W. Ooode River Inn on Saturday evening/ last. It bIOU<1." Munrrtt. F Jrntaeu, '
C. J.
F.
they will go to Miami their future home. Not to be left behind In the march of and alamandera. After dinner the part} M Istics Ne wall, Will Campbell and the was much enjoyed by the guests. The No. frM Sooona Ave.

Mr. Spitzer was elected vice-president of progress! some of our enterprising citizens adjourned to the parlor which was also Mozel Williams, lucre Annie, Hopkins Geode: Houston Jessie- music was by an Italian stringed orchestra <(11,000< ,varsntssthat lb..toatimonlatI.padas.I I i iD' y
the i new Firat National Bank of Miami! have formed a company and are beautifully decorated with palms, ferns Ooode Nellie and was good.Archdeacon .
and flowers and the Guard Alma Martin Every bottle of Dr. Hart -
danced untila
10 be opened on Dec let. Mr. and Mrs. putting up a telephone line along the ; !guests r ..
late hour to the Olive Powers, Messrs. Adams Wm. Co- B. P. Brown of Tltusvllle, J r'" Iron Tonlo bILl our
ipltzer leave hosts of friends here, and river front a convenience that can read sweet strains of an excellent zitrt, Wm. Lennard Crank Sample Is expected /St.:: Johns church on Sun .. "Cr ec..ntU trademark on
commend them the hearts and ily be appreciated especially by those orchestra. After dance, party left ." the labol. Don'tnenwpts>
we to
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the 13th The Archdeacon
Ernest Taylor. C. M. Beaujean Allen day Inst. ..
for their respective homes delightedwith on Dr (!attar'
domes of tbe Miami people. who do not live within speaking;distance their trip and loud In their praisesof Mlddletou, Jack Mlddleton, John Nicholson and wife have just returned from a summer 'I rohtltute(11.3,15lush tnt t)
of the of the East Coast
Metropolis Wm. Scott, bam Martin Marion outing In Western North Carolina.E. MEDICINE COMPANY a, '
DR. HARTCK
The friends of Mr. Ben H. Doster regret which well Jensento tbe hospitality of the proprietor and THE
( every posted person Halano, U. '.1'. Mo Bride '1'. C Welt D. DAYTON, OHIO
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that be has withdrawn' his name as his genial wife. It. Wager pf Tltusvllle: Capt. Cog-
be.) In a recent Issue of the ADVOCATE '
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McCarty R. P. Paddison. ) Wild' Cherry Rln ,
Make.bef Dr. n
candidate for Mayor. It practically gin of Rock led and Jno. E. M. Hodgson .
the Editor auks: "What has be- ne; tn4 Mlin w ll kn.mn Or. Hurt Mr "
eaves a clear field for Mr. Burkhardt, come ot. the Tibbals and Jensen correspondents PIIYMCIAMPRESCKIBE IT.-Many of Eau Gallie, tilled the arduous TOR BALK KTBBTWH1HE.: .
tad he deserves It for filling out the un- ?" Intimating also that unless broad minded physicians prescribe Fo, A POLICEMAN'S TE TUroN'Y.-.J. position of judges at the boat race on

.expired term of Mayor hidden, lie these places were kept before the public ley's Honey and Tar, as they have never S'.J'atlt'I'Hlln, night poiir'emanofNashua, l Saturday:>> last, blurting from the F. E. C. A Flue 1'lnce For-Sale.
ms filled the office In a very satisfactory eye, that they would soon be outstrippedby found BO sate find reliable a remedy for ; Ia whitest! "Last winter I had a bad Ky wharves .
nanner, and to be elected by the voice of throat and troubles I cold on my lungs and tiled at least A half .
some of the more communicative lung; an this great Thn boat race on Saturday last was 200( ) feat on Indian River, and running
,he people will give hfm) more strength communities. The real facts are, that medicine. /Sold:: < ,f mind and that he has had treatment from two physicians with- won
purpose, feeling; we have been so busy with the multitudeof after fouling the second beacon I lug; 13Hft., river hone running back
be confidence of his constituents. Improvements that have not bad out getting any benefit. A friend recommended I 140ft 20ft. above the
we bluff
on the course. The sweepstake was also ; on a river
time (o toll what we were doing to the White City. Foley's Honey and Tar, and I which I I. salt water and three mile
Rev. J. J. Vaux the newly ,appointedector twO-thbvis of a bottle cured me. I considered won by Thirty-Six/:: Bl.tck Diamond .
,' of Holy Trinity Mission church outside world. We, of course, know It the coming In second-1 minute and li: second : wide at this place
that we should "toot. our own horn" greatest cough; and lung/ House of six room, ha been kept
md his son, Gordon arrived Thursday eon'returned. medicine In the behind Thlity-Slx. The race was :
evening, and are pleasantly located at for It has been truly said, that "He that L. Jones Jensen.and Sunday world. Wilson & Hon. much enjoyed. by the crowd of sight-/ I painted and In good repnli) '; liVt. from .
from
'[rs. F. B. Everett's until such time as tooteth not hili"own horn, the same shall seers, while the wind wan blowing half-tt- : river bank, commanding a beautiful view
the rectory can be built, which the ladles not be tooted." Election day passed off quietly and .. Fort Pierce. 'of Indian River; stAirs lead down to

'''iope will be ready for tbe coming of Mrs. Among the other good things we are satisfactorily gale.The race terminated at follows: the river, and a dock built oiit, Into tbe

Vaux about Deo. let. Rev. VAUX held doing, Is building some shell roads and Mr. Harriet lie cousin of our schoolmistress Canvas Back, haft Din. ; started, 2U: : water to uocornmodnte; \ small boat. A

ills first servlee on All Saints Day, and trying to take some of the Satanic kinks spent :Sunday: with her. Election day pasted off very quietly 11 ; withdrew. never-falling well with pump near kitchen -
has already endeared himself to his congregation out of roads located In the "dark ages." here. Thirty-Mix. started, 2:13flnl"l1..e :\);: door, and a never-falling spring of ,
The Importance of good roads located Our young folks joyed a social danceat lutt.7In.l. clear cool, pure water a short distance
and to people generally with James Audrews JIU: : : time, 1'JD:41.:: (\:
from New
whom he hall had the opportunity\ of In tbe right place, Is now recognized; by tile clubhouse on Thursday evening. York :Sunday: evening1.returned Black Diamond, loft 7ln. ; slatted, from homo. Home lot and poultry yard

meeting\ Coming from a rectorship of all public spirited citizens, and the desire Some of-the beans, peppers and tomatoes '2:20:25::/ : ; finished, 3W:1P: : ; actual time, fenced with poultry netting. Onu house
nearly thirty years In one parish speaks for these much needed accessoriesto that escaped the llod are looking Arthur Saeger, of Ankona, Wall pleal.< J : 17\4.:: for poultry and lielglan; hare 12x'J2: feet,
volumes for him, and not only the church our present needs and future develop- tine ant visitor In town Tuemlay. Thlity-Slx won sweepstake prize: by and smaller fancy poultry house
but the ment, is strong In the minds of all who 71 orange trees just coming into bear.
town of West Palm Beach are to John Jensen County Commissioner J. F. Bell and 1 min. 131eo.Fule1 .
be congratulated In having the reverand have the Inclination to torn for a moment left Monday morning for John C. Jones left heiufoi"TUuville, on log 2 grapefruit trrelI: peach tree, 3
gentleman in their community. from the ruts In which they have unconclousiy St. Augustine, where he III to work this Tuesday.Mrs. scuppernong grape vine*-all bearing "
and
winter. Honey Tar always stops
several and ,
been for kumquat bushes
dragging guava
so
Our winter visitors will be much gratified and with a glance into the future many which years W. R. Hardee spent several days here, McCarty. accompanied by Mm. the cough and heal the lungs. Refuse shade tree and tropical tree and shrub. ,I '
and surprised In the enlarging of needs no prophetic vision, reongnlze; thA last week overseeing some work oo,!hU last Abdlll of Eldrod: were shopping In town nbotltutes. Sold by Wilson A Son. near the hone.

many of the business hurtles since last possibilities of our section when providedwith orange giove. :Saturday: A good county road nlonz near riverbank

season. Anthony Bros are about moving those uuxllleileit of civilization, Mr. Underwood of Itoseland, has beenIn Sebastian. from Tltuitvlllir, thtt county neat,
Into their new store In the Jefferson chief among which are good roads, which Mr. and Mrs. P
block.(No. 2)), with undoubtedly the fln- all civilized people are accustomed to. have come to upend the winter with moving 111* family here shortly., tlful winter re,,",t, nine n"lesrouth with

;;:IH." town and

south of Washington D. C. The Bots- citizen In this section to lend their every Our young folks are going to give an East Count for fishing/ and hunting; In Land, ihlit seek.flalbwe'en City point bft"*r<'i. Ha,Iroii'l station i
lord Dry Goods Co. have moved Into the effort to securing along our river front entertainment on rriday next to raise fact It Is a regular mile went. 1'11111"'IVe and school ueai.
spacious vacated Schnebrlck In sportsman paradise.The passed off quietly bore no Five ... nf tin. fruit liniil
tore by a road that would excell anything In tbe money for the Christmas tree. ncr vety near ,
the old Jefferson block, where can be county or In the State for that matter Episcopal Sunday School from gale*'4>r signs Del III" dlllCl1rbllc.f. station (from wlncji ,Itnle wn* elveo: for <

round all the latest fancies In ladles' fur- We have the route that for scenic effect Archer Mosler. of Jensen spends part now on, through the winter month, Joe Conkllnti and sister Lena of Wa- .ecM'iH IIOIIMW) con'uh ing H beautiful
lishlngs and the shelves filled with of bill time here working/ his falher'sarove will be held at 11 !Instead of" chid ..f, Ito
a.
; are cannot be equalled In the State-think ofa m, p. m. ballll" attended the social here Friday young pnMdi .I tr r*. mostly
Irons materials of all textures and colors. body of water, clear and pure, from two with a gang of laborers. During the rough weather we have livening.Hxrry I, In I bearing bore a II neC'P this year;
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The J. B. McUlnlcy Company are anx- six miles In of this who fruit goat size and) icrwliiialy Lich
to width straight as-an arrow Hugh Brady, place, spent been having lately the fishermen !have
, Sample and hUcousin "e'lunk"attended
ously awaiting the removal of Anthony running the 'full length of the most of the summer In the North has been making good[ catchesof bortoml flavor. A little bonne lacer nation. always
3ros., when they will cut through; and county the banks of which are InterIPersed returned from Boston, to work his farm. the ball at Eau.Gallic, Saturday rents for *1 fir flr.I per month.
make the two stores one, for the enlarge- with orange groves pineapple I There was an Impromptu dance at tbe von lug. Experts pronounce this *<>ll jmrtlcularly! i.'
nent and better showing of their stock, plantation and residences of some of our The fine climate of White City creates Fort Pierce hotel, Monday evening. Tue John )lu.tchetth" has been nt West adapted to grape culture. Price by ail- .
and added to this list U the reaching outf best citizens (many of whom have before such a ravenous appetite In our citizens music was furnished by some traveling I Palm Ueaoh for some tint. U again with dressing. "/10 X 10." ,
M. E. Gruber In hardware and furni- coming here, been accustomed to good that our storekeeper cannot keep a sup Italian mlastrels. All who atteuded I his friend. here. 1I111'11t1evUle, FIlii. !t 1

:ure. Idner & Son have doubled their roads) and where could a more beautiful ply on hand. were enthusiastic over the rnu lc, and. --
apactty with a special stock of curios or useful selection be made to place a voted It a most enjoyable dance. Rev.'?. Weatherwax.of.uf Melbourne, A Hiiro.dinner. j j
'od Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and will bold service In the Union church j'll
souvenirs. Mrs. N: I... lnney will road to accommodate those who are en- .. extended I
colds reliable tried and this An Invitation I Is
evening.
pen millinery goods, muslin underwear lightened enough to appreciate the advantages ; tested safe and 11 10-loOncren, O'Ofeet; frontage on :
md white !goods In one of the stores of ; which has fallep to their lot, sure. Bold by B. K. Wilson: Son. St. Lucie. to everyone. Indian and Itauana rlv rt.IlK/ ) to 700

he new Jefferson block, and most of our and which no other sectlod can possibly Ml** Irene Braddock left, last Sunday cltm trees, about half conIug into f t

nerohants have added largely to their' attal? It Is greatly to be regretted that morning, for Grant where she will visit bearing, orange, tangerines, grapefruit \ ,
, Viking.Major T. Chase will\ leave for Hobe Sound
took: there Is a single dissenting voice to this ,. P. business her friend, the Misses Jorgensons, for kurnquau, 0 bearing mangoes,
opening up of one of the chief avenues Saturday, evening, on a trip.A an Indefinite time. ;3 bearing avorndo, H.fK'O' bearing .1

Luck in Thirteen.By of civilization and advancement, but as Daniels was In town the other merry party from Saint Lucle,., we Mr*. J. A. Hudson, formerly of Sebastian pines, 80O) to 400Iwarlng gu"vas,bell.t..a :
there Is always some one to clog the day. understand, will go northward soon on a and her granddaughter Mr*. J. W. /grapes, banana.persimmon nursery "

sending 1J: miles. Win. Splrey, of wheels of progress; temporarily and we Olaf Helseth Is building a house for ,deer bunt. I yeS, of Oju. passed through: bore, Fri. of about 1,000 sour orange tree' readyto
7alton Furnace, Vt.:gota box of Buck- are not making the rapid strides we are hlro elf.* Miss Eels King was on the sick list fora day evening on their way from Arkansas bud, a few peach trees,3 acre vegetable .i
en's cured entitled to but as In the pant the Impediment land 4-Inch artesian
Arnica Salve that wholly a day recently. School was dismissed to Tibbal well large

Ise could. rOlllttyely cures braises ul- to be brushed aside and soon forgotten this week. The tocial, which wa held In the dWt'11i nK,Itore building, parking house

ers;felons,ernptions, bolls, burns,corns until another opportunity presents I Itself, A. Erickien our supervisor ,went up The weather has been decidedly unpleasant Union church last Friday evening, was tool house, warehouse, 2-ton Ice box, .
ad pile. Only 2,o. Guaranteed by B. when it will appear on the scene as In to Oslo last week. here for nearly a week. Tbe rather poorly attended. There I* to be 3 acre of poultry yard. Fruit thus!
* Wilson Bon, druggist. the past. wind hall been on a regular old rampage.Mr. another In about two week An Invitation year will bring $'")() to "00. Kent

Of the other good things we are doing, Mr. and Mrs. Cotdwell went to Fort Sorennon of White City and Mr. is extended to all, and we hope from vegetable land will kePp up grove.
we will\ communicate In subsequent dona I'leice on Monday. Hartford Conn. everybody will attend and help to makeIt 1'. A. Mcjliti
Smith, of are now at
Dade County Land For Sale. tions. We thank the Editor for hit J. Strands and P. Nelson are doing a Saint Lucle, being employed by tbe Indian a succe*. Eau Gallic., Fla.

kindly solicitations regarding possible good fish business here. River Boat add Launch Co. Herbert Conkllng spent last Thursday

For sale,cheap, the northeast quarter will demise come down, but assure this way him, ,he that will\ if tied be The' luscious orange I la taking on a We understand that the new fish house night with friend at this place. lie wa For Halo. .
f southeast section 3 town- his father' horse and from -
quarter of hue these taking wagon
golden balmy days.
:
wide awake and at Saint Lucle progressing nicely and

lip 38, south of range 41 east; close to. about the moat progressive Tlllman to Waba*.o, and when about An Ideal borne on Indian Hirer: about
town south of Jacksonville and We think have the best school In about fifteen boats will be used to start painted
'. K. Wood's pineapple plantation ont we halfway, be encountered a large rattlesnake even acres of land; good house
north.of Miami, despite the fact that were the with fifteen bright children In with. Always room, the more the In
Lode River -40 acres. county with which he bad quite a fight, and good repair fruit tr..s. shade
Also, the northeast quarter of north- not always "tooting away who delight In attending school, some merrier.Dr. having nothing but palmetto roots to tree, tropical shrub and flower A
..t quarter of section 18, township 33, not missing a day since their first school. Geo. W. Purdy, of New York city with. lie finally succeeded In never falling spring of pure water. Price
uth of range 41 east; on sooth fork: of There U no cough medicine so popular When one U crippled has a sore toe, and tlobe Sound, Fla., was a most agreeable billing It, but had a hard time, judging moderate, good reasons for selling. Tot
t. Lncle River; 40 acre Apply to as Foley's" Honey and Tar. It contains ,be or she as the cane may be, will be I visitor to Saint Lucie a few days from tbe cut on his band further particular, address;
CHAS. r:. WALTON, no opiates or poisons and never fails to I Icnre transferred to the school house In a I ago. lie wan the .Co.l the Indian L. W. O.,
Titusville, Fla. Sold by B. K. Wilson 4: Son. wheelbarrow by tome of the others. Hirer Boat and Launch > /,10" The ADVOCATE doe job printing. I Car. ADVOCATE:, Tltusvllle, Ho.




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"i l'l't 1 I ly.: "wllicb la tbe braver man. Take .IJii.Ida' .

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\j o t' River wKST Tltuavllle, Cbauncey.( will trembling.do no such"I ham thing no." quarrel said- ter'a LOCAL TIME CARD Mo. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 1902.lOUT"BOUIiDIIUI .

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Lodge. DOWN. -RCAI
I..' "Tben leave the room or I will"Tossing Up.
} Hold It* miMtinits' the imond and fourth Frl&TO ,
<| ( each month their room, Indian River aside his weapon he ad. ..
! 1 k I''I 0 ,.."'.. .... ;Hutol, Titus .tI1eJ.at Tao o'olovk, p. m. vanced with clinched fists upon Chaun- .... N ... n M.. 11 MAIN LUlL N. 71 Ns.It''IM/
j J J. II Walker Worshipful Miwter. J.aIJ'L! .-.' IMIl" Daily Dally
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r J. TJ. Oarruth Senior warden cey. Eben'a will power had been re _II. !*",
I. ,. T. H. Sanders Junior Wardeu. stored. while tbat of Chauncey was 1 -
4 .., J.' M. Dixon Tr..a..urer.V. Cy ...... 19 16 a XjV............,..*Ja6konvUl...............Ar T 99 p I 19 a ,
t ,., A. MurKsn, RenreUry.H. still Impaired. Retreating to a corner, 1 s t', ''to Ga ......:. ''iI : >a a LY.a'. Jac.k80ov1l1..LY I 81. 8411 a :..M",
Ii F. Brown, Chaplain.. the latter bid himself behind a sofa. b M ......... I .. a .". ..............., Augu.ttle..4.'.."". .to. 159! p Tie a....MM. .
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and I will 'marry ..
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I I I met her and learned of her past .d'OS I ..' I U ............... lt lOW Sro rna............... n V II II a 1 ii;
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a relation to my two patients. I tried to .00.-..... I ;it. a................Tltu.'U.................. .. n p ........ 101.
convince ber tbat their bravery .and ........ ...... ...............*..* (Joe .i.......... *.. I p ........ ,_.
mechanical effects ........ ...,.... 01 p ............... O&IRS.: ..........:... I' ........ _
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cowardice were purely ........ ....... { ." ................ ) &U .*.............. 1 .. p........ ........
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+ p ty) have given me many Illustrations Chills and Fever is a bottle of 'Grove'sTasteless BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE. and NEW :: : 00 :: .. ....steers.. ........:....... :: 1014. .... ,
bowing: that faculties which we have Chill Tonic. I -'Ia. /simply Iron a.J S

, F ling considered a part of the soul are and quinine In a tasteless form.. No Calling at Charleston. .: .... ........ l' p : ............Wt. t Palm .aeb............ :: I ass .....'.. ......:
Cure No Cure Price 50cts. .............. ton. ........... ... 8 3J ........ ,.
cerebral mechanJcal the Coastwise ........ ....... I. 41 p .BcJ' .. a. .\ ,.....
Imply tbe result of in Service ... .. 1 at .............Ft.Laud.rd.l. ....... .*... 7 BS ..... .....
l contrivances. The Instances ofI' -,-. .. The Finest Steamships :::::... :...::.. 19 I tl p p .. '' ..............Lea Cit7; ..*..,.......... .. II 6$ a. ..... .. "'
a I'I'f Eben Roach and Ctiauncey Drew pa. BRAIN WORK, ......,. ..........1 9 to" Ar.'!............... ... .-...............:. ((145 -......:..1.:1:::

tients of mine, make; a case! In point, the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. BUFFET PABLO CAK9 ON TRAINS IS AND 76.
It. KBTujt Body and the
y forming as well a remarkable coincidence. Direct (service Between -
Kind of Food It Demand. BRANCH LINES BOEIICDULES.N .

: Tbe changes of tissue in tbe brain Jacksonville Boston Providence. apd all Eastern Points.
Eben Roach was accounted the most that" take place during study and *7 No. MPailj. No. S3 No.49 No. 47Dally. PALATBA No.48 No. 48Dally. No.8* Ho. 84Dally. Nt.ll

Joarlewe young fellow In .his Tillage. thought tire very Important and very x (Calling at Charleston, S.. C., both ways) D.IIy, Dally Dally. 8RLNOS. Daily, Dally Duly,

1 k His early associates to this day remember 8J1Mt-WEEKLY: BAIUMO8! 7 30 P P I 30 46 a A itt Lv Falatfca vl C 90 a 1 11 IS 45 p pT
estimated three
that .
the thrashing be gnve Tim rnpld. It baa been Routhbound....... ..'.."..". ...fromtewl. Wharf Boston 60 p 16 Dht 08 p S 4S a APE. Pal&tka; eon a 666 a 11 I6 1 0 01
hours of brain work ,coupe aa great an Northbound..frou4foot ofCatherineStreet, Jacksonville
1 : Brauugau man of-far greater weight exhaustion of the forces of the body al. No. B7 Mo. 41Callj. BAIT MATED BKAKOH; No.48Dal.y.. I N.aiytDally
"u and strength, for Insulting Lucy I Ins. Do
4 entire day of manual labor. ,
ley, find bow Eben thereby won Lucy's an Clyde St. Johns River Line.Denary 56 D 6 0 a v. ...... .. ......... ass i.. ..... .a.... r 6 (0 If a p
l i love. It did not seem to make any difference This waste must be replaced 'by 0 p6_ 80 a Ar.. .................. .....San Matee,..............,,.........LT 6 MaNo. 1
abundant food but Its selection requires Line.) 55BETWEEN
(
I to him bow much danger he 21 No. 19 Mo. IS 1CDally. Ito. 20Band'
SANFOIlD. Ko. 17Dally. S&ANOR.Mo. Noll l
"' careful consideration and often JACKSONVILLE AND 8>in encountered<1., except tbat the greater Only. Du b
self denial for things which the Borenforcl Dot And), Blue Springs and intermediate lan 1- Ex Only.
many FrauoU, (
1' the danger: the greater the zest with Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St._ tugs/: on the 8t.John's River. 100 p 10 06in 810. ............Jaoki : e..,. ,,,..,r r T 4S a a jo p p
physical worker pan eat with perfect ... ... .,_,_,_.,,
t which he faced It. He could have *" 1 alp tt if $4a .. .So Jaoksouvill.< Ly T 8T r ati pSlip
( not "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. ............Pablo
Impunity are slow poison to the.brainworker STEAMER J 40 p 10 M a10W ( 9 14 a Beaoh..T M a 11 M a 1J p
I long stood up under Branagan's ponderous IS APPOINTED. TO SAIL At! FOLLOWS! I p aIt 19 a, a ... ..Atlantic Beaoh.......... T 00 a 114* a tOp
who' exercises the brain at and IMP J M a 00 B,M a Ar......., .. Mayport .............LT 04* a ,1110 a 4
blows. lie cowed his
,
simply Catherine Street Jacksonville 3:.30 p. m. Bun Leave
w K'' antagonist by his wonderful courage. the' expense of the body and rarely; ,,Foot Sanford 9kI.: m.. ...... .. Mondays! WednuaiUys and *rlday* Dist 12 No. I
gives the latter sufficient exercise to DEi BAinrOBD' BBANOH., ] DUT oxtAiroo CITY BBAKOK.
E Bx.Hun..
*' One night when Eben was returning Southbound. SCHEDULE. Northbound. :
counteract the mental strain and keepIt Sun Ens
lied Bun,
I up
$' home after visiting his betrothed be In condition to resist disease. Bear LeAve Itoad 3:10 down.m. .. ....>... .... .... ....JAt.K ONVILI.K.... ........ .. ... .. .... ...Arrive 11.00 a.m 7 ORar Lv......,., Tltuiviile........ .Ar 3 10i' v..j......New Smyrna.......
li ,Was struck on the bead from' behind In mind while the waste 'of the ..... 8.4.1 p.n ............... ........ ...PALATKA... ........ ... ....... .... ..lav B.OO p.m is iv Lv.............inims,...,.......+ v 4 I1 p L.V.,;.......Lak*Helen....... ITTheee /
with a saudbag and robbed. After that If' B.IIOS.na..( .. ..... ....... ... .... ... ..AHroll ........... .......... .. .. .... 11.30 p.m IMa8M l .............Onte n..*...... v 1111.I 410 p Lv..Orann Oiljr..........LiAr. 0 lti
body Is much more rapid the depriva ." 4.IUa.m ...... ............. B'r. e KAnt-is' ,.... ... ... .. ... .... .. .... ..t., 1.00 p.". Lv..EntePriss. .,...... LTLT 4 tt p ...... City Junet,.....LTTTXrlF 1 Nis
1 ,t; I that be was a very different man. The tion of exercise .' .... .... ... ........,...:ItEBF0IDISLA\D!:! ( ) ...... .. ,....... .... ... 12.110 n'n Ar. ,..San ford,. ,.. .. ., ll't0.1
physical jencouroges ... ........ ....... .. .. '* 1I.ooalOArrLve8.1IO
first knew of In If .. ....., ...BI.UK: Bl'RINtiS -- --
any one a change him torpidity of the voluntary function 'ID 00 .A.. m'...VVV.V..V..... .. .....BANFuiU. ... ..................... .... .. .. If 9.JO a.1D TtoM Tablet (hftwt'i* time at whl a'. walks mar t*times a G..' to airlvw atS dtjwtl
m.
arrival at tbe elated le
but their departure k
"clue after It was supposed that be bad .. From the av al itaitone. or not rurt V
i and renders them sluggish In eliminating : nor doe.tbs Ocraqpeny bold Itielf retrponilbl* for any dtlay or any oon..yusn.e arliluf taue
i I entirely recovered. lie and Lucy were these wastes; therefore it Is of the Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Irons[ .

1; '' ;. chases driving for home the from wedding making outfit some pur The utmost Importance that the tasks Imposed A.cHAGERTYEaat'nFee..Agt 1 : .. .F.M.IRONMONGERJa.As.tGee.. : Past. Agt. Peninstrfar and Occidental Steamship Connections., at Miami.
1
upon them should be light. 19 B..ta8t..lIi... York 904 Went Bay 8t? Jacksonville,Fla.
horse took fright at a locomotive and most rHOS. D. HALEY.Lout Freight At,nt, O. tOVKLL, A.it.Fla. Hunt. MIAMA
Brain workers require tbo con Jacksonville JJ'la. BETWEEN KIT WEST ADD HAVANA.60UTIIBOUND. ..
St., ,
Foot
+ 1 Hacked to tile edge of a stream. Eben.white foot jt>Ki n8t .Jacksonville, Fla. Hogan
1 4 ",, .'. centrated and' easily digested foods. JOHN. L. HOWARD, ,Superintendent. Foot Hogan 8t_ Jacksonville.Fla.
; as chalk Jumped out and leftI They should eat fresh beef and unit- TDEO. O. KflKK: General Manager. WM. OkrblC, !: <* co.t.OfneralApnte.. : JtO&TJUtOt1JlD.:

I Lucy to be precipitated Into tbe water. ton, fish, egge-cooked In many forma Cliewbrougb Building 19 State 8tn Opposite Battery Park, New 1('Irk. 10..MIami. Mo".. w..I l 00 "P I I.V. Jla :
1 Tben when she him to WALTON.. Titusville Fla.iL.dD2W. "r.Key Wen.Ta.a Thllr..1| SO pAr. S.f narnn..1..B| j
Implored Agent ,
save O. II. ,
2 but never bard boiled or fried-oysters Lv. Key w..t.Tb her. from drowning he walked along and crisp! salads lettuce chicory toma ..r. HaTana, Frle .... ............ .......,100 a .sm/Wide.. Frte....... ............. 1 sl

I+ the bank, following ber as sbe floated toes watercress, etc." with mayonnaiseor t For eopy of Loe 1 Tim.Card addnee any Affeat.H
down, his hands Instead of .
wringing
French dressing. They jumping In after ber. Clioutjeey Drew, .
the day with fruit and '''make' It form

f$ u a young lawyer, who was passing, the principal part of luncheon' and be "

a plunged In and pulled tbe girl\ out. very ,sparing in their use of cereals AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

fr Lucy; declared. that It would be folly eschewing entirely white bread and .

to tic 'herself 1 for life to a man who oatmeal Their'jJeal'lunebeoll. which SOUTHERN RAILWAY.EFFEOTIVE

/ was Incapable of. protecting her. She must be light If they continue to workIn -

r l was at a loss to understand. the changeIn the alter wm. Is a, glass of' milk or SAVANNA, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES. .RICHMOND. .

Ebn, for qt that time no one realized cup of hot chocolate 'or, better still a WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,

i that the sandbagging had any. glass of fresh buttermilk. wltb, two or N _- S .

I, thing to do with It. Reluctantly she three graham wafers. or a bit of toast Two Elegant Trains Daily OCT. 1, 1 02. ,
1 broke off wltb him and be crushed at .
l' and some fruit an aoole. figs or an or
his want of left. the town. No &a N.. 811. No.l9
courage ange. Florid and Metropolitan Limited, NORTHEAST Route. Duly n.lI" I NORTHwIST: Route. I Dully

CbauDey Drew after the episode of Lv. Jacksonville, Southern R000 a. T 66 p. Lv': oalvIJlesoutJii!{ rn'Ry... .. -74Ly. \ P
saving Lucy made frequent visits to --- -- -- Seaboard Fast Mail. Bannnab, Southern Ry 116 p. 13 30 a.I Lv.Jeaup. Southern Ry .. .. .... 10411 D.v
r ber. Sbe had given her heart to Eben, :. Charlotte Southern Uv 011II p. 10 11II a, Ar. Meoon. Southern Ry .. .. .... 800.
) s t MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Ar. Danville Southern sty 13 117 a. 1 to p. Jlr. Fiovtlla Southern Ry..,....... 8118.
and now that he bad proved unfitted A.-Rlohmon. Southern 1iY700.- .: 643 p Ar. Atlanta. Southern Rv......... 6 2fl a

d E for a husband she could not easily turn ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to .....nollbllr/1'r-uherthern R'- 2 86Mt-a. 6TOT-,. Ar.RocklDart Ae.lGomellnltoo, ollthern S..uthemUy.Ity ... .. ....... 8M.Ar 733..
over the love she bad borne him to another New .Orleans Ar. (' lie, sty t a. pp. Ar: Southern sty' : :: : 8 :al a
rfowever. Drew was a flue Washington. Southern Uy 7 40 a. 9 30 1'. Ac Chattanooga; Southern Ity..,...... 9411 a
Ar Baltimore P. R. R.. ... 0 00 a. 11 8111". Lv. Chattanooga; Queen 1k Crellcent.. In ((10 aAr.
b': young man. a good match and. hav call Ar. 1IJ1a"elJ1l1la, P. U. ft.. .... 11 111 a. t //It! a. Queen R Crescent. 12 I 001 D
t lag offered. himself, Lucy acceptedhim. For Information' and sleeper reservations. on any 'Agent: Ar. New York, P. R.-It.. .. ... II.00 p. 6 80 a. Ar. Somerset, Queen& Creacent. 300 P
; Seaboard write ... 430p
or Ar. liartrln Queen c"'oont.'
I Y No. 84. New York and Florida Expre e. Dally Ar. Lexington; Queen .tt Crellcent... Up
1; Drew was a very hard worker.. He A. O. MAoDONET ,'Asst.: Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida. Pullman Cleeping care. Port Tampa and Jack- Ar. Cincinnati Queen dY Crescent ,. 1 3O.l'.0unU.
P ,i had often been told by. his physician to New York. Dining c..re. 1.,Clnolnnatf-1118' '. Pmte Routs.. 1ro P
i ..... a
-- ------------ Ar. Chicago Jill I'our toute.
1i L that he must take more rest or. he ---- No. 80. Wn.hingtonRMhroondandFinMda Lv.CtnCmnatl, YennLlnee .. ... 030P:J
Limited,yla!tlohmond. Dally. Pullman 810e .Li"ee ....'..... 181.ing .
.would break down. After a prolonged 'LC Ar.Chioago, Penn -
R.iolf.TES.TO ;
SJIECI.AL: 9w :: Care Jacksonville to New York. Dining -
.r *, case In court. which worried him greatly Can. I Ar.Chicago.Lv. CincInnati, C.H.RD-Monon..I I 87 B
and finally went against him he didi' .
941110Ar.Toledo. P
L;Chi lnn..U C. H.tnMloh.'cllt:
break down. Ills nerves were unstrung UTAH OREGON WASHINGTON MONTANA: TO CINCINNATI 1UROUGH THE LAND OF C. H.1>._1\'IIcb.Cent I .
,
CALIFORNIA COLORADO, 1 4M1 a
THE BKY H.&D.lIllch.Cent _
'h and be was more like a sick : Ar Det.rolt. O.
T f' ? It old woman than the vigorous man he and the NORTHWEST yr.Lexington, Southsrn;; Rr.. ... I(11311 e pNORTUROUND.
... UpL"Y
ROUTE. I No 80. Ac Inutsville ,southern Ry.
( !! Ii had been. VIA WASTERJLATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE, CIIATTANOOOA ; keOnvllle'-ii; ,, them fly..,. M p Lv. intdevllle. lIoDthern It.............. I 7 e
Meanwhile Eben Roach wandered Lv. Savannah Southern Uy ... .,.. 112 I 80 a A. Bt. Louie Southern Ry'Lv. L .
LOUIS RY. Southern Ity... .... 'IJo.19 lda'LlmlEe Dally.B"..hl
and ST. Colnmbh T 00 a ;"The P In
t from one place to anotber, accomplishing "-' Ar. Asheville Southern ny........ 1114) P train or vestibule conch,.and l'ullmaneloeptng
4' nothing It seemed Impossible for Route Ar. not spring", Southern Ity.... ... 2 87 P cars JllckflOnvllle to Clnolnnatl.
'i t, him to get up sufficient nerve or Inter Dixie Flyer Ar. Cluolllllat" quern- dt Cresc"nt.. S 16 a H. C. HUNT City; Pen"enger and. Ticket{'feet.Jaek.onvllle Agent.
; City Ticket Omer, 108' WW liar
cat to curry anything! through. One No.30 PWimsndrawin sleeping care H.F. CARY. District I'assenper: Aenq

p I' day while he was passing a house that During September and October 1902. tQ Clnelno tI Jacksonville. Fla. -.

was being built a brick fell and struck schedule write to or call on
rates etc., ,
matter ,
I l him on the head. He was taken to a For descriptive C, II. ACICAHT, Gen. l\lgr. H. II. IIAHDWICIC, G. P. A.

'' hospital where It was discovered that .!'. .E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent .

I f'', 4 41 i : his skull! bad been fractured. It was Don't the old man 212: West Bay Street, Jacksonville\ Fla. Washington, D CW. .

'i'1 trepanned. and be recovered.. forget F. SMITH It. TAYtOE A O P A, Atlanta Oa. '
H. Trafflo Manager.
Gen. Pass. Agt.
: Eben had been discharged from tbe ; with the fish on his back. C. E. HARMAN, .

t hospital about a week when he heard For nearly thirty years he Atlanta, Ga. Nashville Tenn.

n that Chauncey his old sweetheart Drew. The; was scene betrothedto of Lucy I, has been traveling around the -- THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

floating; In the water, Chauncey plunging I world, and is still traveling ,

w In and saving ber while b'e (Eben) health and comfort Line
J, bringing Atlantic Coast E'y Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada
\: .. stood wringing his bands, came up be. wherever he
1'l oR fore him and be could not understand goes. .
#I" 13.5.In
PRICE $..00 and $8.00 EACH. Should be used'by Boat Builder In the
L '{, ." how be could have shown such cow. To the consumptive he every

l e 'P8'1 !. and ardice.brooded The over more Chauncey be thought taking about his It brings the strength and flesh The Great Through.Car Line from Florida.-Connection*:. Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United. States.For .

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I ii i I place the more Irritated be became. he so much needs. Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Wash Sale by

1 :L g Finally he determined to go back to To all weak and sickly To the East ington ; thence via Pennsylvania. R. ]t. ,, Jas. Pritchard & Son ,

I I, Lucy and mnke no effort{ to redeem children he gives rich and. West The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery.The TlTUSVILU:. '. FLORIDA.SEE .
; ; himself. Cbauncey had recovered his To the. Mobile &: Ohio It. R. via Montgomery.Tn :
health. At least it strengthening food. THE TESTIMONIALS: FROM PROMINENT: BOAT BtTILDKRS.,
was be
supposed VI'St.eamablp., Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, _.
bad, though there bad been a strain To thin and pale personshe the East t ---
1U Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York --- -- -
viE on hi*, system the effect of which had gives new firm flesh' .and Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah and Merchants &

? ;. not passed off. One day while be was rich blood. Miners Transportation Company for Haiti more an J Philadelphia. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING 'OFFICE

sitting with Lucy who should walk In red To Key West and.Havana, via Peninsular .fc: Occidental Steamship Company. ,
but Ebent:: Children who first saw the
t "I bave lost love and All kind of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office
ijal' your you by old man with the fish are now a ,xilon ;o''ic,1 O t B. 'r'
>
falling to act In on I LETTERHEADS SHIPPI
BILLHEADS
emergency. can. NOTEIIEADS, ENVELOPES ,
: not today understand my cowardice on grown lip and have childrenof Interchangeable mlleafj t tickets good over 13,000 mlle of among the prii.

.4111. that occasion. (Jive me a chance to f their own. olpal railroad. In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents( TAGS CARDS etc., etc., printed cheaply.and expeditions -

show that I rim at least not I _._ _. .. ,-.--- ---
Inferior to --- -
: He stands for Scott's Emu! ----- ---- --- ---- ------- -- -- -
4 ; the sent to the undersigned will be liberally applied
l other men. Then. It you desire It, I Addresses of parties In nofrth .
k 4t will give you up to this man who has ion: or pure cod liver oil-adoliiilrrul with Information and handsome advertising matter. WHITE'S CREAM
T
'X
fond and natural to rates sleeping car reservation, etc., call on or ldrite'toFRANK !
l{ i come between us. : : a For Information as OR1\.I.IS t :: r'IFUCE

1 Lucy sat mute; looking first at then i"'r I Lr children for old folks O. BOYLSTON', W. D. STARK V V QuAlltT.
.I
.. then nt Chnuncey. : Commercial Agent Tra.. Pass. Agent. :....ta UNldtT. 1eoln

Ii! "It U: all over between you and a111 !tor: all who need flesh and 1J8 AVe.' Bay St., JACKSONVILLE' FLA. for 2p \' :rs Hils tJt3: U mt meor :a a (
; t.: Lucy," sold l the latter. "You have EMERSON" \V. CRAIG,
t no strength.7COTT. EMERSON II: M.\ .
T. ) .
.
1iII! ::' ::.A':: = x. : ;:'"U'Goc:; :::
Ill'. right after your cowardly desertion of Aped Trafflo Mgr. Oen'h Pass. Agent Ac Lous.t
Traffic Manager. ( St. !
I : A BOWNE. Chemists. ewp rrt by--SPA att. Fft:
I : ,her when<< her life was In danger to .. ,? -4-13 Pnari Strt. New York.BOc. WILMINGTON. N. C. .... .: ..".....n..w.rv wwr..w.r. ,...E :: :
i come buck here to Interfere with her ana !fei.OO' all drugizlcts. ,

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COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 7, 1002. ,
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I TITUSVILLE. .
DEMAND GOOD RODS
THE USEFUL CATALPA.A The Walton
1 q. LAIN' RIVER HOTEL Self-Locking Pulley Block.
Good Timber Tr**-Fine For Hall GREATER CALL FOR THEM TODAY
ON-THK-iyiilAN-RIVER. road Ties, Pu... and Lumber.
THAN EVER BEFORE.
fc The special need of a new source of : PATENTED IN TIlE UNITED STATES: and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIESThis
TITUSVILLE railroad tic timber Is Increasing the I
WO". of AtcrlrnHiirnl CIn..e. A.crlbetl -
rti -r, v Interest: In the growing of the hardy
y a l In the Deplorable Condition of
FLOUIDA.J. cuta Ipn. There-scout to be two species Onr lllulitvn>'H-TIi Advnntnur of SELF-LOCK:! TACKLE BLOCK which ban Just been

....;,......, ,- native to tho United States-Catalpaspeeloaa. Good. llond. patented nil\ the civilized countries throughout, the world, will

Indigenous In the central hoist and lower like any block And tackle, and WILL STOP VM
Tin demand for better highways is
1j -- y "west and Catalpa blgnonloldes In the and LOCK AUTOMATICALLY! whenever needed Soft:: Rope Wire
more euruest widespread today
:
( qi G. BAST, Proprietor. southeast. The former Is distinguished thiin It bus been ut any other stage of Rope or Chain ran be used. Nothing to get out of Ir.ll'rony person

I by Its greater stature, hardiness and our itlonal, lU-M-lopment. Interest In ('aUII8., It. NO CLEAT: NKEDKD.: The fame device i I.. used in

,.. '... by remarkable durability In contact the ubect\ | pervades every vocation of I Cheek and Perk Blocks Will hoist, lower and lock at will, front

AfI f 14", with the soil. Among ornamental va- life, iml the newspapers of the countrynow below or at any height upsldo\ down or at any angle, an ounce or 23:
t rt, apt ; t' DUCK SIIOOTINQ.. ; devote wore apace to the subject r& tons, according to the size and shape of the tackle block. Only one

than ever before. It Is no lesn, cheering rope, chain or wire rope is used at a thus '['he Hantt' pulley does for
( and FI8IIING, to observe the formation! everywhereof each There Is
n an if lati oii0l in f'091iry' lt i ,In ,i9tg4iii I iqt f mN mi no ratchet teeth to cut tint rope or trigger attach- p
c I iiMHocliitlrins devoted to this Clndm -
v ( ment to this device.
Rates: $2 CO day. eeRyh >ll.i-HKe: \ Interest, while. nil active
( Iii per The heir-Locking Tackle Block is necessary for Yacht and Yes-.
d'' Bp iafli h propaganda\ : Is being carried oil tiy government i
experts and various rnllwajn, eels or all kind*,, 15rldgi and House Building,! Aerial 'I'rolicys. Railroads :

$10 and $12 per week said Professor: K.inmgo.tn n speech bo Quarries Liiniberinen "Warehouses Masons, Foundries, lnrlllP Hl.'rvlct',

fore the Tennessee good! roads cornend Mines' Machine Shops, h'Al1bout8.Otnl'e:; HI'IH'r3Pnlnh'rll, Cliciisix, Brx-Vier-

JACICSOYVILLI: Ics, Wells, Stables, UarnesM Rooms! Butchers Tanneries Slaughter,! Houses,
I Factories of all kinds; for use" in hoNtinff, ashes, and for farms and plantations.

Fire Escapes I Fire Departments! Riggers. Can also be l1>1elllll theProtection| p.of p..

Fruit Trees and gathering of Fruit, and Vegetable, stretching wires and

UV AL HOTELSJACKSONVILLE, FLA. ropes: of all kinds, Hoisting FIInllmb 'Walters Elevators Sail Bonn of all ;

F Ill'IlIo kinds, Awnings 'Tent, BlimU, Bicycles, Electric Light purposes, :MMI! Lights ". 1 1

r In Heat Markets and Stores of alt kinds Hunting Camps, nod Private Houses'[ '' t

from the kitchen to the bed room. In fOI.t.lt can be used with Vreat utility I
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- :
wherever a tackle block is needed. It saves time, money onllll\bor. Ino tying 'f'

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. . or fastening of the ropo or chain to cleat, or anything elie.is, needed. t

.; -eiAPTER All kinds and all sUes cnn be used either ashore or aboard ship and wilt "
Rates
$2.50/ per day and up. c = not cost much moro than the ordinary pulley blocks. WM/J'OX'S rVTFN'i

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. SELF-LOCKING TACKLE BLOCK Is similar In shape, weight and size to"tho!! :

ordinary pulley blocks In every day line, and la made different[ shapes and : .

sizes to;>ult all purposes.' There is absolutely nothing to get out of order. It JIo'

WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE has no I'rlnowl'd/\' I', teeth or trigger rope; and Boftrop, chain and wire :

FLA. GOLDEN CATALPA. A HEAVY 8HOWEB. rope can be used in the same block i i

American rletlea suitable for the lawn Is the tton. The amount of Interest that has A sample of the! pulley block may be seen at the EAST COAST: ADVOCATE ,(
plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- golden catalpa, very graceful, symmetrical thus been aroused among the farmer olllce, Tltusville, Fla. '

ed this season. Fine cooking and !good table. Hot and Cold Water and of heavier foliage than most and business men of the country by J. O. WALTON, ;
of the catalpas. good roads literature und good road
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Catalpa plantings made by the Knn- trains could not bo exaggerated. All Inventor of the above; also, Patent Calking( Tool for Boats, Etc. I

this Is most It Olllces: New York, Boston and Tltusvllle, Fla. .
ens experiment station have given encouraging surely encouraging.
street cars the door. Rates aGO
pass $2.00 to $: per day.
results. On very poor soil promises much, because it la ono of the --. - .- -- I
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. .the catalpas have been a paying crop; characteristics of the American people '

on good soil the growth has been proportionately to dn the thing they once make up Official Supply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association. (
better. The trees have their minds.to do. They are a patient, -

NEW VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main made a wore rapid and vigorous; long suffering folk, but they have finally The Nf f-and Twine I
ONVILLEsFLA. Chicago Co.
\. growth, producing trunks of suitable UJiulo up their minds to have better,

size for posts In from seven to ten road Manufacturers of-
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located. Rates 2.00 and $2.50: per years, and lu twenty years treesjjliave Just why wo are so far I behind other .
grown to n size eulllclent for heavier nations In a matter vitally affecting OI
day. 60 ,
European cents to
plan ; rooms, $1.00 each person.R. .
'
uses, or for lumber for finishing or every social class Is a question that A ,
BIXLER, Proprietor. cabinet work. may he variously answered but the o I

---------- -.. -- ------.----.-..-----.-. From the opinions of a number of lamentable truth la thrust upon us by
WEST: railway engine: expressed: In letter too many of tho unpleasant Incidentsof !
PALM UKACIf.
dally travel to require either cmphasN -
to the station It appears that the use
of catalpa for ties In connection with or Illustration. Old nnd young :
tie plates Is"very favorably regarded. rich and poor, the farmer no loss that ,

The/ WEST PALMFLORIDABEACUt Metal tie plates ore now almost uni- tho Inhabitant of one of our wealthiestand = '

Leamington, ;; versally used with soft woods such as most densely populated cities all f-o FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Del crlptlpn.
cedar cypress and pine to prevent tho pass over tho same highways; on foot S
:Dealers In Seine Maitre Cord Etc.
Twine
Rope,
cutting of the timber by the rails. on horseback on a wheel or In some rn
,v. C. ERNST, Manager, sort of vehicle and they unite In condemning Originators Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
70.81.83 E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111.
the deplorable condition of
On Lake Worth. Postoffloe and business
bouses. verandas.
opposite
Large
FALL PLANTING. tho roads\ In every commonwealth and ...Mention The ADVOOATM In your letter.. .

Strictly first-class. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. For Strawberries-It 0..... Good ne- territory of tho Union, a state of We are Members of theIll ')Ylllhermem'lI Aiioclittlon.
.. .. things that would not be tolerated In
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any other civilized country. Of theOxlMtl'nl'O .. '
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IIENDEKSONVILLK, N. C. not to be generally recommended -- -- -
( of the evil there cannot
the fall planting7 of straw
therefore be tho least shadow of doubt, IF YOU WANT A.
berries ran sometimes be used with ..
for tho chorus of complaints Is too un- _
HIGH PARK PLACE results the horticulturists of -- -
HENDERSONVILLE, N..C. good say ptuaxuntly fauitllar and universal to
the Michigan station, but In order to
nilnilt of the possibility of a mistake
Old.Stone Mansion In a park of fifteen acres. succeed special pains must be taken or to be attributed to the mere pleasure .Building Lot
!la the .
both with the soil und plants ..
of grumbling. ,
For Rooms and Terms address
: states farther south where the seasonal
To the home of the farmer there can
Mils'. FREDERIKA S. CANT WELL. of growth will be ooiiwldt-rubly longer be brought almost social and
this method of growing strawberriesIs every or a lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY,
-- economic advantage of town life and
NEW YORK preferred to planting In the spring.In that, too at a cost less than that LAND FOR AN ORANGE OROVE,
weather Is moist
when the
sea sous
which he now pays for what ho dues
during August and September very PINEAPPLE PLAN I'ATIONorTRUCK GARDEN ,
not get. It Is lurlesa true that the way

New York Furnished Rooms.Well good igan. results but If drought can be obtained prevails In there Mich la In advantages which the' farmer assuming might that obtain they such are We probably have for sale 'Just what you are nocking.

danger of a check to the plants and really desired Is to construct and(\ Settlers are Hooking In but still there Is room. If you are
furnished rootns at 19 West 2ht Street, New York. Southerners will this will result disastrously. maintain good roads. A good runs L
find this location very desirable for shopping and Is In close proximity to all Upon soil that will not suffer seriously system Is therefore a most potent engine looking this way, drop a line to

places of amusement. Address: from drought or where water can of social: reform while the evils JAS. E. INGR HAM 3r.lVlee.l'rehlent.
be applied the fall setting will give of country life are but the temporary ,
Mrs. D. REMLINQER, 10 W. 211t street, New York. good results. As the season of growtb manifestations of a period of transition BLOHIDA EAST TOAST R'Y,

will be comparatively short at best, the ; hence to bad highways may be ST. AUOUSTJNE FLA.

soil should be thoroughly prepared and ast-rlbcd most of the woes of our agrl .
Hotel enriched. The plants should be of cultural classes not to mention the -

Marlborough some strong growing variety; that will many grave evils they entull on mod ci3.A.s. Bzvr2: : &: 0 0 ,
furnish large crowns and that are ern city governments.
adapted to hill culture. 'Wise therefore, was General Joseph nay. lUG w. H.r St., JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA.
Broadway :iOth l and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. Unless water! for Irrigation Is at band Wheeler when ho declared that "the

400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Conducted the planting should be delayed until prosperity' of our country depends so,

on American and European plans and III managed under the personal the ground has been well moistenedby largely upon the prosperity of our 4.

supervision of the owner. rain but If possible the planting fanners that everything; possible .
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. should be done before the 1st of Sep- should be dono to make life In the rural -
tember. Good results however can be districts agreeable as well as profitable
secured the plants are set out by the and nothing could conduce more

Hotel Broadway and -list btreef, middle of September. The rows should to the comfort and hnpplneHS of our I
Yendomej be from two to two and a half fed people. than the Improvement of the l AEISDOS
NEW YORK CITY. apart and the plants ten Inches In the roads." Scarcely lens significant win Ai0r

rows. Even though the ground has been the opinion Mr. John Wunamaker expressed
FIREPROOF. 1)00:) rooms single; and en suite, with private baths and toilet well enriched. It will be advisable to while postmaster general to

rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50; large rooms *:2; and with mulch the plants by spreading decomposed the effect that enlarged free deliveryor ?

private bath $:!.lIO per day and upwards. The management; I III under the per manure along each side of the anything like universal free delivery

sonal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager rows.. will have to be iiostnoncd until . !' ln g Qt 5I

-- ---- --- ---- The ground should be occasionally there are better facilities of communi
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worked during the fall and up to the cation through the rural and sparsely
ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING HOUSE. time of freezing weather so that It settled districts." IDoz. .

will be entirely free from weeds. The
of Cervantes. '
I
ground should then be mulched and A DELIVER fog
__/ Cervantes once gave a proof that bU
In the spring receive a shallow culti-
[
rtr generosity was fully equal to his gen
f / .- vation. It will be desirable to replacethe ( $12Cl9A"e..t 'V$99
.
I mulch before the blossoms have ius. In the early part of his life be was
for some time a slave In Algiers, and
opened, and unless the winter mulch
be devised plan to free himself
there a
Is sufficient to cover the ground so for the Pulmt lirewlnjjf Co.on't .
and thirteen of bill fellow sufferers.
as to keep down the weeds and con-
,One of them traitorously revealed the -- ,
serve the moisture an additional
design and they were all brought before -' -

amount Tbs! method should of be strawberry employed.; culture Is. the their dey lives of Algiers on condition who that promisedthem they 1) J. ake Pil1s!?constipation temporarily

not recommended for the general plant th.
by agntrtln;"
revealed the contriver of the plot.
but for the amateur and for the
er. "I was that person" at once cried bowels, but regular action cannot: be secured until tIle IIvet
home garden especially\ where the Cervantes.. "Save my companions and secretes enough bile to make the ..Intestines a
di4Ig 1itxr- starting of a new plantation was neglected let tan perish alone." execute their natural functions. ** Unnatural

: In the spring. The dey struck by his Intrepidity agitation cannel by cathartics, u compels e
continual and doses Mi
Increasing to
pared his life, allowed him to be ran-
Peace la tn. Perpetual Border. attain the results. n
routed cud permitted!. him.to!. .go borne.
A' little wholesome neglect Is as good : )
for the flower garden as It Is for a Htopft the Coughunit
1'i work off the Cold.
<<
of children always
family provided : on the
Laxative Uromo-(jululne Tablets cure a
that there Is Just enough of It, remarksa cold In Due day. No Cure, No )'.". Jiv'r, irr.: '; CI?"''s
writer In an exchange. In the perpetual Price 23cts.Tbtt ) e and Fever, and every f' r"l m
borders If I may call them so -r
Malarial, Dllit-is: Pfmlttlng and lot rrnlttlnz
where the dear old favorites bare their
permanent borne undisturbed from Jve Fevers, and, ty going to the seat of tic

year to year, a kindly beneficent ruleseems -- trouble, works permanent cure.

to take possession that favors .1.1",. I* oo ...vy boa of Ibe g.nol,.. FIFTY CENTS PfOT BOTTtE.JI. .
the domestic gardener who bas abtJD.daut Laxative Bromo-Quinme T.bieu

love, out scant lei.are. u.. remedy tbs raves a eM !. .se day 1C. WILSON & 80V.EAST .





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I h r4; e1 ,( EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 7, 1902. .
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: l To Hotel Proprietors! FATE OF HINDOO GIRLS.; TO CURE CORNS. Robbins & Graham Co. RAILROAD WATCHES

'' To Commission Merchants. Nepanl Rajpoot Cause Their !>...*. A Few n m 4lM. Cheap aad $1rp1..

ter. to Be M ordered.A wed lavolrlaat H. Durer. (Incorporated.) ,
To Storekeepers, and others.... .
Capuchin monk engaged In misBlonary CAPITAL $25,000.00.
When the fort are pressed Into tight PAID UP

P If you want to get good, rosults work In Nepaul writing of fitting shot's-high heels make the Thlscompany owns Guaranteed to Pass all
Hindoo family life, remarks that It livery
greater-by adding friction
pressure
the
advertise la difficult for parents to make ad, we have a needlellke point formed In :XuA.z: IfcT: ID S, Railroad Inspection..

; vantagoous matches for their dough the skin, and the the
greater
pressurethe
EAST COAST ADVOCATE the St.
On
ters. The Hindoos therefore find a deeper the point will grow. The In the Indian River Country; -

TITUSVILLE Indian River FLORIDA means of ridding themselves of too best preventive remedy known la really Lnole River; at New River and on,Day
,
t9 ,
t i' many daughters by murdering them. to go barefooted, but since this Is Biscayne. Prices to suit the times.
The ADVOCATE circulates extensive. It Is a well known fact that Hindoo not considered ('tblcallu civilized life 1 I
"
1 ly throughout the orange lemon, pineapple of high birth, those who are called will give a few simple remedies which Send for Land List. ?
and fish sections of Florida golnp rajpoots. caused their daughters to be Fla. 21 Jewel 's 19 Jewel
Jacksonville may be of some value for the afflicted: Offices at Titusville and Miami,
to every postoflice between put to death after their birth by men
First Place on the of
corn a piece
well Into State
and Key West, an lilt every .
( l specially engaged to do so. This cilmInul
ib In the Union. It in known as the 1'iuk cold moist linen folded: several times, VeritasVanguard. t B. W.
,p ', Paper of Florida." custom bad become so general wrap It up In dry linen'then go to bed. East Coast Meat Market
The Kast: Count of Florida, has some of that In 1810 in the seventy-three villages With this treatment the bard epidermis
hotels in the United States, of the Allahabad district there swells and after six
j the finest up or eight O. F. DUREN, Agent. Revmond.G. ,
s and nearly every hotel Is overflowing were only three girls 'under twelve hours the outer covering of the corn x7o

with tourists during the winter. NOW years of age, and three years later' in can be removed with a dull knife. b A
3 *' ', IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE the town of Agra there was not one When this treatment bas been followedfor c-::>. aPwb
Give tho ADVOCATE 3 our ad and you to be found under that age. All tone -
three or four days a small needle- cr.o;
will not regret it. .Our ofllce is a kind of
been to death. pa
; put
like growth ( corn) can be extracted --
Information. For rates etc. the : <
Bureau of ,
i The English government has -
very without pain or bleeding. By washing
address
,t ? naturally passed severe laws against the feet often in told water the tender =
; I'' Advertising Manager, THE ADVOCATE, L. MANDAYILLE
this abominable crime, but to evade place will heal rapidly. After gettingrid --

r Titusville, Fla. them the Hindoos allow their girls to of this corn It Is well to wear shoes .1b'd ,
Y 1 live until the age of twelve after.
which are neither too large nor too A enb
wblch they do away with them by administering small so as to avoid excessive pressure _. c2-; JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.

1 elloit poison In small doses. 'I or friction. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
r Orientals! are past masters la the art Second.-In place of the linen a crust vC ,

JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, of poisoning /and after some minute of bread soaked In vinegar may be'ap TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. --, --

l inquiries it transpires that in many plied. --- -- ::C < :3Rc
41Vest Bay Street, districts twenty-five out of every hun Third.-The best application Is to E. L_ ::SE.. .. :, ,

., +''r JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. dred girls have been got rid of In this soak a whole onion twenty-four hoursIn e + -DEALERS IN-

{. P ,, Largest stock In this section of country. manner. Those girls who have been vinegar then apply one of the layersof GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
t I 4 Established In 18(18.( spared they marry very early, generally the onion to the corn and keep it in J/ll/ rIA ail ,
between fourteen and fifteen place by a bandage through the night. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS,,
Send for descriptive catalogue. yearn, and that not according to their After repeating this procedure a few mrT1I We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coming.

own choice, but by the will of their times the corn can be removed without -e ; ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
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K. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA
which Is decisive.An L.
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, parents any trouble. By either of these: simple
.
Indian family of good rank applications this troublesome agent

could, not) keep an unmarried daugh can be removed without any danger of
4 Brewing Asso's.Famous ter. It would not only bo a public blood poison and "tree of charge."-St S. W. CARROLLDealer
sN'' i shame, but also a crime against reli Louis Republic. ,

; St.Louis Keg: and Uotf gion. To procure husbands\ for those In-

f tied Beer who have not already fonnd thorn CORN PLANTING.Isaac -? ,.i. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
there are a number of Brahmans old ,

f Sold by Messrs. F.A, Lrudey and and decrepit, called Kulln Brnhmans, S. Jonlwho: owns ((100( ) acres olarming Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Solicited
R.L. ;Hollow,Tltufivllle,Fla. who with the of .
go about one object : ; land In the Lebanon valley, has: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

By Mr. R. I;. Motlow\ ,Cocoa,Kla. going through the ceremony of the made an experiment in corn planting, -- ---
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"seven steps" with as many young which will undoubtedly, prove of Inter- if Your House Goes up in Smokeand
JOSEPH ZAPF girls as' they tan upon receipt of a est to agriculturists: at large, says the INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
large sum of money, but who afterward Philadelphia Ludgen) ; ; In planting corn you loose everythingIt

Sole Agent. leave the country and perhaps be is very precise, putting exactly tbe Is your own fault. FLA.Is .

I r' never Bee them again.-Pall Mall Cacette. -, same number of stalks In each row, and F.1rol :I.n.s'1.I.ra:1LOo.lufl1vlent : : : : [ prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-.Sacked or loose. Special attention!
for he had the finest fields in
: 010 to 020 West Bay Street, the years Lebanon valley.. corn to cover the value of the prop. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

Some months ago he came to the conclusion I rty> avid! household effects should be car- T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor..
.r JACKSONVILLE, FLA. KINGS AND QUEENS.The 1 that if he planted corn In flowerpots ( led. Krties art not high. The companies; -
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and raised the plants in that way ve represent are solvent, reliable and lib-
king of England who could not here would be no delay In their growth 'I sral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
1.. L.' MOTLOW.: rpeak the language of his kingdom was In case any of the corn had to be re- I>on't neglect to take out policy.. Special Attention !

George I. planted; so he purchased /5,000 flowerpots SCIIUSTLER & 3KANNING,
them In his garden this '
In the battle of Boswortb Field 148, placed ITTUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
spring, and planted a seed of corn In
a king was killed (Richard III.) and a each; pot.Several. Correspondence Invited. OIVF.N TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-

king was crowned (Henry VII.). weeks alto', when It became
.
d w The motto, "Dlcu et Man Drolt," was necessary to replant the corn fields, a ,I JET ONE OF WALTON'S RAPID Hardware, Tinware Crockery, Glassware, |

1. first assumed by Edward III. of England hole was dug wherever there was a stalk Calking Tools if you want to Calk

when he took the title of king of missing/ and one of the tender cornstalks your Hoat with lightning rapidity. It Harness and Stoves.
.ten I li lir France. was transplanted from the pots. Tbe saves time and money, and pays for It-

"Your majesty" as a royal title was potted stalks grew well and are just an pelt In a few weeks. In use by prom '
tI 0ur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly! j
large as those planted in the field In the
assumed in England 1527 by Henry inent boat-builders In the Ud./ Read
pring. Thin. expel hnent wax made on testimonials from boitt-buililerB. Price
,
VIII. The title before that was "yourgrace" Mr. Long's/ farm, near Myer town, Pa. 4.00 and $8 00 each, at the ADVOCATE Jas. Pritchard & Son.
or "your; highness" for the kingor ollioe. TUuaville. Fla.
fc'l queen.
A NEW ENGLAND INDUSTRY.
William IV. was at the time when be Postoffice Box 212,
\ Laud For Sale.
succeeded to the throne the-first Wll-& ,
lam ''of Hanover the second Williamof Amqng the many great Industries in Titusville., F ori.d.a.TXT'C'S"V'ILLE : .

Ireland and the. third William of the New England States Is the Walter 1'7' % acres first-class pineapple land,
Scotland I- Coleman & Son's tackle' ck factory at desirable front, on St.: Lucia river, at a
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers Providence, R. I Thin business wan esablmhed aigain. For reasonable terms write, : : LZ"V'IDB: ,.Y ST.A.BLE.:
to
the first
Henry VIII. was assume
In 1778 by the Mr. Cole-
Ales, Stout, Etc. present W. W. LUCE,
the title of king of Ireland. The title man's grandfather; and It la looked upon Tibbals, Fla.
!B2r"Send: me your orders I king of Great Britain was assumed by as one of the oldest )kind most reliable

TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. James VI. of Scotland when he became factories of Its kind In America. This FEED AND SALE IR SADDLE HORSES
Tames I. of England. firm not only supplies all the principal Are You Going North

t Richard I. was the first to call him yachts and cup defenders 'with blocks, ...STABLES... I BUGGIES,

Hodgson Bros. self king of.England. Every king from etc", but ships blocks of all kinds to all :If you are, you can buy a first-class,
parts of the world, and Is noted for turning BAGGAGE SURREYS
William to Henry II. called himself round trip ticket over the Clyde or Mallory -
out the best blocks In the United lines, cheap, by writing; or callingat
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. king of the English. The title was as- States. Messrs. Coleman: Son are also the ADVOCATE office, TltuavUle. TRANSFER, TURNOUTS, of
r sumed by Egbert, the first king of making the Walton Self-Locking Blocks

rr t Marino Railway. England. In 828. which are In great demand and are now HAULING, EJTO.TITUSVILLE ..all kinds..
King of France was a title borne by being placed on the market. FOR CUTS,BURNS AND OPEN SORES
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.
( + the monarchs of England for 432 years, use Hancock's Liquid Sulphur, at 11. R. J. M. OSBAN & BRO,

..Special Facilities.. and when< Elizabeth became queen of HE COULD HARDLY GET UP.-P. Wilson & Son's drug store. -Back of Grand View hotel.- FLORIDA

I For Hauling. Out, Storing and Repairing England she was also "king of France" H. Duffy, of Ashley, 111., writes, "ThisIs I
asserting that If she could not be a to certify that I have taken two bottles OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-
Yachts and Launches. and has ton's Calking Tools now In use TilE OLD
queen she would be king. of Foley's Kidney Cure it Rapid RELIABLE
t than other medicine. by boat owners In the United States.
Or Mention the ADVOOATH when writing. .. helped me more any '
rThe ---- I tried many advertised remedies, but Price C4.00 and $MOt each, at the ADVOCATE Rollins

8p.DdthrUt. none of them gave me any relief. My office, Titusville, Fla.! College,
Manager Wanted. Once upon a time there was a spend druggist: recommended Foley's Kidney
thrift who made his father very unhappy Founded 188.' Has Florida Opens :
Cure and it has cured me. < Before commencing ) special cbarter. The South Florida College.
through his profligate habits. its use I was In such a shape Clyde Steamship Line. October 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed lakes of Orange. ;

f {i We desire to employ a trustworthy "My son," said the parent, "you that I could hardly: get np when once bounty. Absolute. no malaria.

lady or gentleman to manage our business l. spend every penny that you get, andIt down. Sold by B. R. Wilson A; Son. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde COLLEGE. : PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
1: In this county and adjoining terri must cease. Remember that the :
Steamship Line can he secured of Chas. MUSIC SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.
A Our House Is well and favorably
i tory. pennies make shillings and the shillings A Turpentine Farm. 11. Walton at the A.DVOCATK office, Tlusvllle. -
e '' known. $20.00:! straight cash salary and make pounds. If do not BUSINESS SCHOOL. :! ART SCHOOL.:!
you .
all expenses paid each week by Chock Excellent equipment. Thorough; modern Instruction.
habits of always spending
,$ direct from Headquarters. Expense change your Among the pleasant callers at this Beautiful location. A room for every student.
1 money advanced;previous experience unnecessary to habits of Judicious saving I will ffice Wednesday, was Mr. D. W. I; ANTED-A TRUSTWORTHY OKNTI.B- Jest Board. Expenses low Best Influences. Catalog on app caties.!
i ( Address not spare the rod." I l' man or lady In ennh county to lIlanaKehnalneR"
position permanent. Lake Mr. Monroe IIIIII
P ; Monroe of City.
established house of Fla.
for old Park
an
REV. GEORGE ,
M. WARD D. D. Winter
THOMAS J. COOPEII Manager 10-10 Cax- The admonition had no good effect on the turpentine business, and Is aboutto solid financial. standing A straight! bone fide I Principal,
r ton Building, Chicago, Ill.s the youth aud continued to spend start a turpentine farm on the Deles weekly cliMb .salary of$18.00 paid by check eachWailnegilay =--==
: the before they could accumulate about miles south of with all expenses direct from head-
pennies pine Grant, seven quarters. Money advanced for expenses. Manager -1
1 ARE YOU A 'nOAT-BUILDER If luto shillings. ntusville. lie is now getting the camps ,;MO Caxton building. Chicago. ijanS" THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.
you are, get one of Walton's Paten Ills father spoke no more about the la order, and on Sunday he will send
i Calking Tools; invaluable to boat- matter, but be applied the rod most down about fifty or sixty convicts to
l' builders and owners of bouts. Calks vigorously to him until he howled with work on the farm. Mr. Monroe will TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The .

boats: more rapidly than nny other pain. make his headquarters In Titusville, WHOLESALE FRUIT PRODUCE & POULTRY MERCHANTS.
i calking. tool in the world. ,Price.I.IK) Moral-He who spends the pennies where be Informs us he will buy nearly
tho times of arrival
all his supplies. lie Is already making following: are
4r t ;' 1 and Titusville$3.00 Fla.each, at ADVOCATE ofllce* will get the pounds.-New York Her many friends In ''this section, and we and departure of passenger trains to and We buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kinds of Fruits and Produce

trust our people will give him a cordial from Titusville: and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. 'We give our

aldA welcome. SOOTH' BOUND. lose personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted to us win

'' + A Fine Home For Sale. Startling Surprise. Leaves Tltnsvllle Intermediate for Miami.points and at I I sp-: ,_. have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returnsmade ale

4 Very few could believe in looking at A. Indian Itlver Baptist Association.The NO BTB BOUND.! on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage, rotated

A model southern home la South end T. Iloadley,a healthy, robust:blackemith, Leave Tltnuvllle for Jacksonville t i..9 Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peach. Plums, GrapeS
..f Tllden Ind., that for ten years he suffered Fourteenth Annual slon of the aD
of Itrevard the Indian River etc. etc.
on ,
4 ,
E county such tortures from rheumatism as Indian River Baptist Association will U TitunTllle for Sanford I ell am
t i4 J In the center dwelling of the and pineapple out-buildings.belt. Nice Ten .few could endure and live. But a won meet with the LaGrange Baptist church<: ArriveaTltuevtUefrom Sanford! "t:13 p.m We solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market
0-room
derful followed his taking Electric until
change and will continue In session
acres In fruiting pineapples; 40 orange, Bitters. "Two bottles wholly curedme to-day, from the The New York Grocery Co.
Sunday or Monday. Delegates ,
tt lemon lime and grapefruit trees roost
he writes "and I have not felt a .
will
various churches of tbe association !
them. Beautiful 100-111( BRIDGE St. FLORID
s all have fruit on yards JACKSONVILLE,
twinge In over a year. They regulate bo In attendance.
and flower garden. Will be sold at a -
the kidneys purify the blood and cure d
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of 11Iij bargain. For full particulars address : rheumatism, neuralgia nervousness, improve / -

i, Care ADVOCATE, "Titusville C." Fla. Try them.digestion: Only and:lOots give at perfect R. R. health.WilsonA "If everyone Startling knew, lint what True.a grand tnedi- ; Seeds For Summer Crops.Millets

:Son's: drug store. cine Dr. King's New Life Pills Is," writes ? .
B3T" Filter tubes are now for sale at D. II. Turner,Dempseytown,Pa., "you'd
a'a' this office, price 2.:>cts; postage extra. sell all you have In a day. Two weeks'
AN EXAMPLE FOR FLORIDA.A use has made a new man of me." Infallible .J1't: rQrrvdlarI 7"r/ Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte, Gialll
1 for constipation, stomach and liver Beggarweed, clean.

Clothing Cleaned Dyed, Los Angeles exchange announces trouble 25o at B. R. Wilson; Sun's 1GIJll2v
.
that the local orange shippers have entered drug store. CC>"'I3T F EA.i:
C Preened and Repaired. Ladies'dressesa Into a compact not to rush out 4h'P 4uu. o &1i1J:
specialty. Address, green and Immature oranges to the East Drnylug. Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown, Lad/fingers. $1'F!
Il SAM PERKINS, ern markets In order to be first on the / Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices.- Conch Peas. 35o: ter qt., Postpaid;
,$ Mal11ollAvenue: and 6th Street, market, but to wait till the fruit Is ma- Rsc Ccalu.claelravcflv7zc. peck; $425 bushel.
P. O. Box 233.; Sanford, Fla. ture, even though shipments be delayedtwo Draylng hauling of i d rode promptly Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides: Garden Toots, Fertilizers
ff-p i 1 three weeks.It attended to. Meets all trains. Stove
or L. CAMERON. The Seed Store
,1 f Reading: notice ads. on this page would be well for Florida to take a wood supplied.
Iij, I V-' '% are- cents per line per week. leaf out of California's book. ALFRED ilADLcr, Titusville. 1 14 East, Bay Steet.JACKS:>NVILLE. FLAH ,


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