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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 14, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
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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).
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OLe NO. 12. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER It t lOO!). PRICE Co. ;,

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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, In Dyeing.Mr. -Look for W. W. Luce's ad, page 8.Iudlanolt Seventy-flve degrees In the shade today DEATH OF DR. DODSON.Dr. AMONG THE HOTELS. I'

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K. L. Brady left for :Miami on ; Items came to hand too "

IHI Topics," of General Interest. : Tuesday. late for this issue. Judge; A. D. Penney, left for !Miamion M. D. T, Dodson' of Titusville, Where to stop along the East Coast
i Wednesday. died at his residence here at nix o'clock I See list of hotels on page 7.
-Capt. R. A. llardee, of Sebastian, -Dr. Oi-o. W. Holmes, of City Point, I
10 1002!, 'fhe
Nov.
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on Monday evening
THE ADVOCATE, i was in town a day or two this week. was in town a day or so this week. -Mr. Win bindle, of Cocoa, arrived Doctor received a stroke, of ,paralysis In Whore to( stop In Tltusvllle See TI- ;J

$1.30 per annum, In advance.,. -Mr. John Boyer one of New York' -Mr. aud Mrs R. R. Ricou, of Jensen, la town yesteiday. August, from which ho has been suffering tusvllle l\Otell1,1 on our 7tU page. \ ,;,

$1.00 six months, popular commercial travelers, was In were in town from Monday until Tues Judge J\I\ S. Jones has been holding since, nnd a few days before his demise The ADVOCATE l Is now on file at all / '))1

2.00 per an. to foreign countries. town yesterday. day. Court at DeLand this week. the paralysis extended to his brain. the best hotels New York city. {

When you subscribe for the ADVO- -Messrs. J. S. Padgett'and; A. O. FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES AND -Mrs. W. IT. Sharpe, of Sharpos, wasa ville Ills remains wore Interred in the Titus-at Mr. and, Mrs. Wm. Catto, of the Tudor r''

ITK by the year, It does not.cost you Green, of Jensen, have been in town sev- Vegetables, at the lowest prices, try pleasant visitor to town, Wednesday.The : cemetery after on Wednesday morning hotel, Nahnnt, Mass, were passengerson i'
o'clock
roe cents per week, postage Included. eral days this week. W. E. Goldsmith, TltusvIHo, Fla. 11 '. a very impressive conducted earvice Tuesday's southbound train, en route I
Misses Aline and Daisy Brady's at the exbytcrlan church, ,
Note date of expiration printed upon SEWING MACHINES-Cash or easy -Mr. T. Newton Banner, who has been cane party: was quite a success on Wednesday by Rev Henry Kelgwln; and Archdeacon to l\Ilamlllnd Key West.

)fur paper or wrapper every week. This ,! installments. Call or write for prices residing at Jensen for some time, has returned night. ll. F. Brown; which was attended bya i Mr. T.. M. Roomer, formerly bookkeeper .i

receipt for your money. No need and terms. Johu It. Walker Co. to his old home at Ilobe Sound. largo number of the residents of Titus at the Alcazar, St. Augustine, has arrived '
r us to send receipt for subscription NEW LINE CLOTHING FOR MEN', ville among whom the Doctor, with hisfamily for tho season. Mr Roomer will I 1 .
-Mr. F. E. Bond of the Bond LumberCo. -Mr. Wm. Hogg of Waveland, was In and Children. John R. Walker
to Joys \
he date gl..eslt you. have resided for the past fourteenyears. fill\ tho position of cashier this winter. i
., who stayed over here a short whileon town a few days this week attending & Co., Tltusvi'.le, Fla. \ John John R
Messrs. M. Dixon
Tuesday, left for Miami the same day. county court, and gave our office a pleasant :Manager; II. R. Shares, of the Now
-Mr. L O. Oliver of Miami who has Walker, S. N Gladwln, A. K. Wilson, 0. '
;:3T" Reading notice ads are ten centsr call. Rockiodge! hotel, Rock lodge; who has t
) line on this pace. -Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished cottage been on a trip to GoorgU!: was nmougTuesday's F. Duron and C. A. Gardner Acted as boon on a trip to Jacksonville and Day .
In South Titusville, Is for rent for FOR tl.75: A FULL SIZE IRON RED. pHssengeis, en route home. Ia 11 htlRrl'rll. hue I''
on
terra through yesterday
Attorney (Deo. M. Robbing attended the winter. Apply at tile ADVOCATE 375. Delivered to any point within Dr. Doilmtn was at the time\ of his death IUIHSIH, .
Kurt' at DoLand this week. office. lii( ) miles of TUusville. John It. -:Mis. Albino Brady and :Mrs.[ E. L. an elder In the. Titusville Presbyterian his way to his hotel.

Walker &\ Co.Captain Brady, who have been In Atlanta, Ga., Paul brother of 'in.
of Indlanola : church, which position he has held for Mi1. Sharon, Manager:
W. K. Sanders Waddell New
Mr. -Mr. A. E. of York,
- for a few weeks returned home yesterday hotel
1-
dnntist R. Shares of the New liockledge -
lIe was a by occupation, >
.is a pleasant visitor to town on Mon- passed through; here, Tuesday, on his W. II. Sharpe, Mr W. II. years '
and was one of Titusvlllo's most highly Rocklodgo; was a passenger on Sat
,'y- way to Miami, to look after his real es- Cresson and Mills Cornelia: tlentz, of
'
-Mr. n, II. Chase, of the Cable Pianoforte respected citizens urtln) train, on his way from New Haven 1
BARItone tate business.Dr. Point the call
FINE City were pleasant
OR SALE, CIIEPA at this,office among horn, costing $25.00.: Apply to It. M. Mason of Sanford: has ers yesterday. been born In Bradford
.short while, Wednesday, en route to ; Burlington, Win. H. 1I1Itl"tllt., the IIuos- (
"11. VV. care ADVOCATE office. opened a dental office in the Indian Riv- Attorney D. Gaulden] who came Miami county, Pa., April 2Ath: 1H27.! lie leaves tie house Saratoga Springs, referred to .i.

,-:Sir. W. U. llardee, of Jensen's well- er hotel, Titusville, and he Informs us over from DeLand to attend to his duties a wife to mourn his loss, ns well HS three In former, Issue of the ADVOCATE, has
flown pineapple growers, was attend. he will remain at the hotel until Friday as prosecuting attorney, left for Daytonaand -MIxs Bessie Bryan and :Master Law. daughters and four eons follows: Mrs.F. a his hotel
arrived 8t. to )
Augustine get ,
the 21st Instant. Now is the timeto DeLand rence Brady, who have been in Claikes- of llenderHonvllle N C. ,
]ig 1 County Court: this week-on the night; on Wednesday.Miss !S.: Thomas, the St. la order for the coming
vi lie, Ttinn. since May returned here George,
teeth In order. arilved Titusville
iry. get your put Leila Anthony of West Palm ((4'ho on Tuesday);; Hoason.
,
yesterday
Mary E. Willhite, wife of IT. M.UUbite -:Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of the Beach, was a passenger, on Weduenday's Dodson Miss Jessie of this F. Dodttou (and'11I1K.Miss W, Dodaon Ida M. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Palmer, W. J_.
\ has been granted a divorce, the Bank of Bay: Biscayne, Miami after enjoying northbonnd train, en route to Daytona, Captains Shaw and Spenoer, government place; Palmer, Mrs. John Whitney, Mr. and
of Mills Mich. Hubert G Dodson.
,,curt allowing her to resume her maiden a visit of a few day with his wife on a visit to her friend, :'llslI Clark. hull and boiler inspectors, passed Bay i. and Mrs. John Mance and Mrs. MacDowell\
through here yesterday on their way.toI'alm oEmpol'lum, Pa. ; Frank J. D"dson
and and taking glance / ,
family, a cursory have arrived\ tho Magnolia hotel, St.
ime.Mr. -The !genial representative of Marx Beach. Wm. C. Dodson, of Jennings, Kan.
J. Mendel, of LaGrange, who over his tannlo acid factory and orange Bros., Jacksonville, Mr. L. M. Murray, The ADVOOATB joins the many friendsof Augustine, to get their Iiousolo' rOl1dl-

I\I, been visiting his sl.ter in New York grove, returned Miami\ on Tuesday.Mr. arrived In Titusville yesterday, and Is Interviewing -1\h'tI. A. E. Chat: field, of New Haven, the bereaved family In extending, sympathy ness for the coming rush of tourists.

I"r several months, returned home on and Mrs John T. Dismukes and our merchants this morning Conn, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. In this their gruat sorrow The National Hotel Reporter and the

unday. the Misses Renee and Minnie Dismukes, Dreck, were passengers on Tuesday'ssouthbound Boston Courier refer ID high terms to
-Mr. Z. Spinks, of Trilby, Fla., was a train route to Rookledgo
IARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIP- of St. Augustine, have been enjoying a of the Semblor Cottage Tltusvllle en EAST COAST. Mr..O. I). Seavey! and the wit manages
guest for the winter. HUNTING ON Mass
visit In New Orleans this week. Mr.
tion. Heating Stoves, for coal, wood, the lust of the week. lIe wan. In this : Hotel Asplnwall, Lenox, Mr. }
oil, gas, or gasoline. Geo. II Fernald, Dismukes has been attending the meet- section looking for an opening for a sawmill Judge Jno. S. Cochrane Martins Seavey deserves all the praise he receives.
Sanford, Fla. Ing of bankers in the Crescent City. Ferry, 0., ownerof the famous Dunimttt Messrs. Russell, Miller and McMullen As usual, he will be at his Magnolia

has again been elected had a successful doer hunt lust. week I Springs hotel, Magnolia Springs:: 'Ia.t I''
Miss MyraWiiliamsapopularyoungmy -!Mr.! Robt. Hanson a former popular( -Members of Indian River Lodge No. orange grove: :
- of I) votes Mr. McMullen's rill bronitht down a fine this winter, '
Judge, by a majority 1,820
resident of Titusville but now of St. \
of liockledge, returned home theist 00 F. it\: A. :..r.re requested to meet this door, and the neighborhood has boon'
of the week, after enjoying a visit Augustine, was a passenger on Saturday's Friday evening, In the Lodge.room at Congratulations, Judge. feasting: on venison, says our Eden; cor On our 4th page of this Issue will be i

r a few days with friends. in Jackson- southbound train, en route to the Indian River hotel, as there Is workto -Dr. Wm. 13, Ilentz, one of the A DVO- respondent. found the ad. of the Al Fresco hotel, :
ille. Gosllnssvllle; \ where he has accepted a do. CATK'N subscribers In Kin ilo Janeiro, Jensen. This Is an up-to-date hotel In

-:Mr. .1. E. Lanouette, a former realism position with the) lumber tlrm of Dupont Manilial Van Worley has had a forceof Brazils, Is expected at City Point In a Frank Frayler killed. two turVeys while the heart of the pineapple fields and U. t'

l of Titusville. but now of Port Tam- A Middleton.Mrs. men at work this week, cleaning up week <>r HO, on a visit. to relatives and to on his way to work Tuesday morning, ably managed by Mr. John S. Park. People

' i City, has returned home from a visit\ Chas.S./ Schuvler wife of Cash the street, and trimming the trues. It look after his orange grove and In the afternoon, while unloading who have stopped at the above hotel

,f a month or eo in Worcester and Bos- ier :Schuyler, of the Planter Security was badly: needed, and the streets of Ti -Mr. Herman! Naelhlng, of the well- the Admiral UIJ the river, lie saw" a doer speak! In hlllh; toims.oflt and Its manager

,>n. Bank,Jensen, who had! been visiting, Mrs.J. tusville look all the better for ItMr. known rostaurantfirm( of Nnothln Uro...., swimming" la the river, which he shot, who wo wish contlautxl success
and with the assistance of J. C. Hancock
ALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S:=! PHOTOgraphic E. Bettler of, Itockludge Mm. Geo., W.for a Scoble few days Ti, .1. R. Anthony, a former IOH-| New York, [Is expected here tn-day or they managed to gut it In the bout, says, Manager Juts P Vlnmg, of the Grey-

Gallery,' Titusvlllo and nee was guest dent of Titusvlllu, but now of West Palm! tomorrow, to do a little duck shootingwith our Stuart correspondent.Last lock hotel Wllllamstown, Mass., passed
his samples of Photogll phll. Flashlights tusville\ from Monday until Tuesday. Beach, was a pleasant caller at thlsofllce Prof. Jack Lallin, on the house through "It.JlltvllleV.d nellla.y, on routeto
by appointment at any time. Her many friends were pleased to see on Tuesday Mr. Anthony line been boat, Hose Marie. week 1\1 eSlrA. Ot.o. C Floyd, of Miami and Key Wont Ha informedan
her in town again. Jucksonvlllo and A. W, little T/. C. llran- that there
Always something. new. looking after his orange !grove at Hard"e- Capt. J. O. Walton has been upending ; ADVOCATE representative
-The dickey birds whisper of another vllle fur a while, and came up to fltusvllle hing and W., \V. Billiard, of TUusville, was no truth In the reports published la \;
Is'nowt few In n, C.
-Mr. E. S. Randall, of Boston, a days Washington, wont hunting They returned to Titus- northern hotel to the elTeot that \
marriage to come otf in Tltusvlllo at no to try to buy a horse papers) ,
Bristol, Tenn., to enjoy a few weekR'lIail distant date; and, as we print a great upon business connected with his PatentSnlfI.orklng vlllo on Mat.urd.iy with a fine Luck weighing / lie had, leased the Grand Atlantic hotel, i//
shooting. Presume Mr. Randall wedding invitations and announcements -Mr, Oeo. F. Paddlaon manager of Tackle/ Block anti l the U. S ISO) I Ibs., shot by Mr. Floyd During' Daytona, for the winter.
. ill leave for. Eau Gallle after his visit many the East Coast Lumber A Supply: Co., Navy Department, the ofllcluls! being their outing\ they had quail and venison
we have been asked various
ith lends in Bristol over. ,in connection with this coming questions of Eau Gallie has been In town a coupleof much pleased with It. galore, but managed to bring one whole Managers Dodge & Ciillons, of the

-Attorney James T. Sanders one oiianil's event. No doubt the bride-to-be would days. or so this week, the guest of Ills -Mr. and Mrs.[ Chas. II. (larthiMdeand l deer and many quail! back to Tltusvlllo Windsor hotel, Jacksonville.booklets 1'111. have
sister Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins While In Kent us nomo very attractive advertising
[ popular residents, was In TI- prefer giving: the Information personally. blight little daughter, who have with them.
the of this fine ho-
isvllle shaking hands with Titusville Mr. I'nddison visited his young been In New York city for two or three Mr Floyd took the deer to Jacksonville / advantages
Wednesday, Mr. R. W. Khodea: of Tltuiville one from which ho tel. The book In gotten out In a neat
to
Is friends. Mr. Sanders was a orange: grove, expects months panned through here, Wednesday to distribute among/ his. fileml. after
many resident of this town. of the largest clothing dealers on the ship about :25! boxes this winter. on their way to their home In the It "lay In state" at the Florida Utst shape, containing picture* of the interior
inner week and exterior of the hotel B'I with
East Coast, has been spending this of Dado [ Coast R'y.statlonTltusvlllefora while. tig
The Take City correspondent of the metropolis cOlntylIlml.
-Mr. D. W. Munroe, of the turpentineirm at Miami, where he hall opened a brief dumirlptlon Jacksonville, which
Times-Unlou and Citizen says: Mrs. C. Mr. A. R. Gladwln] of Hliorburnn N. will doubtless popular with tour-
just started a few miles south of store, formerly occupied by W. M. Bur- prove
It\lllvllle-referred to In last week's dine & Son. Mr. Rhodes will carry a T. McCarty, of Brevnrd county Is here, Y., who Is visiting his brother, Mr. H. INDIAN RIVER BAND. ists. Dull at this office and get one.

\IJVOCA.TE-haa rented the Bast cottage full line of up-to-date clothing and gents assisting her bllll and, who [Is the com- N. Gladwln Tltnsvllle\ has boon spending Mr. J. E. hockey U looked us
from his in upon
'ii bouth Titusville, which* he may purr furnishings, and our Miami friends may missioner display In an artistic county,and arrangingtheir attractive/ an hour every day, fishing Indian The Indian River Hand, of Tltusvllle, onn of the best hotel men In Washington,
rely upon !getting full value for their River, and has can ulit twent -ellCht fish left hare for the State Fair at
llOKO.Mr. manner, and If the exhibit does not attract Monday, D. C. Up to recently Mr. hockey was
bass
week channel
and Mrs. A. tinmphrys, prom money at this store. general attention It will not be her the past/ comprising and lady Lake City, whore they were engaged to the successful and popular manager! of
Hull lUli.
lent orange growers of Indianoia, who -Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady and little fault. trout, serjeant Mr. play during: the Fair. Out of twelve the National Hotel Thin house Is looked
Glad he could catch
nd, been in attendance at the Baptist son, I'arkhurst, who have been In Boston *In mtv many more bands who applied l to the State Fair upon as one of the best and most pop-
ouvention at LaGrange, were: Ilmonj.tlie for some time returned home on -VI1p'. J. O. Walton has been having fish every day If he wanted them. authorities to fill the position, Titus- ular hotel Ja In the abovo-nained, city. Mr. .

pleasant callers at this once on Saturday last, and their many friends the grounds around his residence In Titusvllle -111'V.. E. C. Eustls of Boston, see villa's band was the one selected) to dinvourso Buokey, or John, n* he U called l by his

(londay.Mr. were pleased to learn I'arkhurst had: recovered cleaned up and placed first- retary of Canaveral Club. sent n :2,> foot sweet music for the amusement' numerous. friends, can now be found at
from his late serious \lllnitHS class trim Attorney F. J. Webb\ has naphtha launch/ tciTltusvlllH' from Boston of t the visitors. The band played a fine :2KI Sixth street, facing the National ho-
the
F. A. Morgan, agent for Boston Mr. and Mrs Brady said there done likewise. Mr Geo. M. Robblns on \Velln""IIy.; It Is flat-bottomed\ selection or muslo. at the station before tel, an,111I I projuletor of n 111'IIt-cll1l1l1 buffet -
I OMt 1 typewriter has. just sold a line No was a re-union of Titusville people at and Mr. E. B. Wager have also] buen having and will probably run through Banana the train arrived, and there was" a large/ wine and cigar establishment. He
"i It
machine to Mr. Geo. M. Hob lns.and f U t the residence of Capt. and Mrs. J. O. their sidewalks, etc., cleaned up. creek, Ietween'l'itnsvllle and the ('lubIKIIISO crowd present to see the bandsmen off to keeps nothing' but the bent brands, and

aft all the latest Improvements, Walton before the left Boston for home Let every householder follow iUt. at Chester (Shoals; at any stage/ of Lake City. Even all of the school child- his prices are very moderate. Mr lluck-
inch have
who
ills admired by those seen and that the following gathered around -Prof. E. K. Macy, the supervising the water. It Is being looked after by ren were allowed! out of school, charge; oy can count hU friend In Floilda by

typewriter. the festive board to partake of .n first- teacher of Brevard county, propped In Engineer!: Bourne, and wilt\ probably be of their teachers, to witness the departure the hundreds and we know) they will be

-Mr. '1'. V Moore, a prominent and class lunch: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Brady, Titusville from \Vudnelldll.vlotll. Thursday In the water today; Friday The Clubhouse 01 tho Indian River )Bund pleased to pay him a call when they are

rosperoug pineapple grower, of Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lanouette, Master on his official tour of Inspection of will open about the Itth of De Homes were shipped from Tltusvllle\ In Washington. Hoe ad. on page I.

,ill plant a large acreage In tomatoes at Kenneth Lanouette, Mr. Claude' Walton, the public schools. On Thursday he left cember. on Sunday, and ten of our Jioys left hereto In reply to some of our northern readers .

ulford and tl.illandale: this season. We and the host and bosteRs. Cl\pt. and Mrs. for Minis. During the IIrut four weeksof -1'110 TimesUnion's Lake City cor- take part In the tournament.CHURCH asking I for I Information about the

ear he will also plant orange trees on J. 0 Walton. Titusville and Indian Mr. Macy's service In the capacity of respondent says Commissioner ( has. Florida Kant Coast hotels, we again pub.

Is land near Miami. Mr. Moore does River topics. were In the ascendency, and supervising teacher, he traveled 1112: mileson T. AfcCarty, of Brevard County, Is liberal NOTICES.The Huh the date opening:

''t allow the grass to grow under his Mrs. Brady says they all bad a glorious the railroad. lie not only hall up streamers tellIng .... I'oneetie Leon, St. Augustine, Wednesday
'et. time on the above occasion. 100:..
that Brevitrd's exhibit 1st there displayed Tltusvllle Presbyterian Sunday January,

It nt. OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT- Gardner' Flyer but he has. holstnd A neat sign, school will meet at 3:110; Sunday Alcazar: St. Augustine, Wednesday,
Furnished to every
Itoomtt!! We are paying more attention than lettered "Rast: Const," telling the stranger afternoon. i November 20, 11111:4.< >: Oorlovannexlir.: .

ever before to thin department. We at a glance( that the pj-odiicts there : Augustine, Wednesday, Nov. :M. Itxrj.!
Four furnished. rooms for rent in Titus- invite [n81>00tlon. Samples mailed T.'KJ French opera waist flannel .fJ.5U. displayed, come from that garden spot- Services at the Methodist church at Ormond, Ormond-on-the-llrtilfax, Monday .

''He. Apply to Mns.. .M. C. Mui.i, on request.your John K. Walker Co. $:ltpall wood flannel waists 1,29! the East Coast of Florida.. This display Mime next (Sunday at 11 a. m., and at January 12, IDD.'l.:

Titusville Fla. Enameled toilet stands, B &;I' :2.O."i. I* beautiful, but In not yet complete Mr. Tltusvllle at 7 p. m. The Breakers, Palm Beoch-by-tbe-Sea

"Can't-wearout matting. 45.; McCarty !I.* assisted by M! rs. McCurty and Wednesday" December l': IWU.
Seed Cane for Sale. Butterlck free with .:> dress Rev. H. Kelgwln will preach at Rock-
Wanted to Charter n Launch.If pattern $ their son, Dan McCarty Royal I'olncUna, Palm.Jleach, on Lake
Mothers' Friend\ boys waists :U.V40.10.O. : ( lodge/ on Sunday morning next, and at Worth. Wednesday, January 14, IWM.:

you have anything from twenty-five red and white ribbon cane for GARDNER Tltnsville Fla. WE ARE AGENTS FOIL CO TJYENT- the PresbyterUn church, Titusville, the leoall'almlIaml.! Monday January
J.CMK A. :! '
( and
,ft up write to, "Box 42," sale by \V. II. :SIIAKI:, Tailoring Co., fit worlu'Il1o.blpGuaranteeIUnlon same evening.Archdeacon :.!, 1U02. I'I't

Inov Stuart, Fla. 2t Sharpes! Fla. Label In every B. F. Brown will hold divine Colonial, Nassau, WeilnondayDecent''
tough Lumber for Hale Cheap. garment-John !t. Walker A; Ua. service on Sunday, Nov Kith, In Ht ber U.I, KHtt.Royal "' ;

Tents for Sale Cheap. Free. I offer for cash for Immediate deliveryat Johns church, Eau Gallie at II a. m.; Victoria, Nassau announcementlater. j
Door, Sash> aril .lillndx. also In St. Andrews church, Fort Pierce, .
; $15.00 per thousand I, 1y and 1.>' : The Continental Atlantic Beach
Protect trees and tender at 7'M: p. m.h'urikited : sum
your orange Beautltull1ustrated! catalogue of noveities Inch rough board, 12: feet long, heart later. '
'ante from cold; 800 McFarland: tents, In Solid Gold, Gold Filled and Inmber. Some of these boards are 14 Building :Material and Brick at ]lowest mer hotel announcement !

1 sizes, for sale, cheap. Sterling. Address, feet lung, and all run well over 12: feet. prices. Prompt hlpments.GKO. Ifoune for Kent.

WM.; !M.! BROWN, D. S. POBTEH, C. $. SXKDKKKII!: ( II. .Feti.YALO: Home", Wanted.A .

Titusville, JTla. 11 Laura St., Jacksonville, Fla. It )Melbourne Fla. Sanford, Fla. house five ----- /'
A room completely
seven-room ,
Late manager of Whaler's Jewelery store, cheap work horse or III 11 Ie.Ad.lrellll .
furnished for rent until spring.
j
Launch for Sale. "CAHII
Titusville. Launch for Sale. To Kent I"orVJu&er Season of Address, "VV. :IW' It Care ADVOaTsTItueville.: i i
Care AHVOOATK: Tltusvllle
Alco-Vapor Launch, 3lx7i feet 7 II. 1tl)i-:*, at Itockl '.lsrc. ,
For Hale.Auxllliary .
'. Yawl Length 23; feet, beam 0 feet. Standing
forward
engine, canopy top, glass ,
A Hare C'hniiC'e.
and curtains.
1 roof storm Mahogany .
pper bottom built of oak and white Closing' Out nt Cost.
,
,dar, with all : equipment. Yawl 4O feet by 12 feet flinches finish with Mahogany and glass partition Desirable furnished cottage In beautiful -----
old necessary unsound in her by 2 feet 2 inches. Now In full : separating\ engine room from cockpit.: location on shore of Indlanltlrer, one A fine complete gentleman's; residence
i years perfect, not an and thoroughly spot ) first, commission. Four berths In cabin, one I Lockers under all seats. Pantesote, cork mile aDd a quarter south of tioMtotlice Gentlemen, Furnishing (bode l Hats, large stable and it) acres of land, close. to

,ass condition repair, good.. new. Is very forward. 6 feet 2 Inches* bead room f In I filled cushlng. Hall copper sheathed. and hotels. Nine rooms, Including bathroom and Ladles' Shoe will be cloned out at a growing town. Train, eta. It couldbe
mt for her class.a Would cost new cabin. Toilet. 4f b. p. motor. Fall In- S II P. Alco Vapor Motor, safe and re- ; tlUO.OO for the Cost. Ladles' Oxfords at $1.JO( ; regular used for a boarding house. For par

'war 12,001) For sale at less than half ventory. Address, liable use Kerosene. For further particulars season Private family: ; reference re price tl.r.". All .:2..">0 linen for .l.5o. tloular wrte( the owner
oddres "Box 7'JI: to J. K. COAT R. W. KH ass Address, "JJox 101,"
st. p. o. Box 572.Jacksonville. "P. O. Box ::111, quired. Apply ,
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ir ,'i' 66 ler planted two'cnniibn OD a knoll overlooking Fedefal cavalry leadl're.'lI'o that'point MEDICAL ADVICE TO WOMEN.;'
'f directed and would have
one body was FREE
'i ,ta,+Y nfAILlN, Ol'i \ Chambersburg, about 8 o'clock
been there in time to do something but
,pl the night of the 10th, and sent forwarda ei
pes for misleading reports which delayed
< to surrender under penult
summons ;
1 progress. A force of infantry was eta
fOI\ of bom ul'dment. There was no resistance -
i:1: : l 6 ''" J% and Stuart's troopers mustered Honed at Frederick Md., and two brigades -
lay Oil, the cars at Monocac;;
+ 4' ucosiNEssIH : In the public square, with their Junction ready to move at the word, I" r
newly acquired horses, leading their I either to Frederick or eastward v. Jrb

own tired steeds. On ol'terstrom wherever Stuart might appear. '
! -1 Stuart Butler demanded the funds In
U .: What are known as the lower fords /
the bank of the town but the cashier 1 O I T
of the Totomuc were nearest the camps I Sv.rfa
c
,. could only show empty vaults, the of the Federal army and farthest trom8tuul.t
: ,', funds having been sent north thamoinlug ,
when be set out homeward from
owing to news of the raId I Cbnnlber bUl'g. Stuart reasoned that '

+ Qsa.cutnanw omAI heralded by telegmph. The bank &.' .H
the enemy would not look for him at ,
cashier to treat 41u i,
courteous enough
was I
the lower fords because of the risk
Butler's party to the best he hud In his
1I
I he would run In that direction and the
house and other residents of the town '
fact that In outer to roach them tl' mCballllo..rslJurg
I 1 i did the same Cor'the rest of the raid r e Y,
oJ yil/iL/ (alna"q he must ride east to- rcl ll
+ era. ward and treble the ills ; Tf-T
irttjubuiR M1-
Gytulettt eta A committee of citizens made terms j
+ 'a i ,n ii
tunce fJilt\ 111I1 reI!. Stuart turned off 1. + ?
with the raiders, and in the best of i ,..s..v ,
the Gettysburg road-southward as soon
good feeling Yankees and Johnnies ; .
as be had crossed the mountain. \t
passed the night: the southerners beTHB -
: that time there was a body of Fedor I-

: :II f : :fl: :fl: :i-1: n I :nWJTH alt hurrying to Gettysburg from Baltimore .1

to catch) the raiders Reaching c c9F i

t Kmmitsburg the night of the llth, the :

MDIG troopers were legated by the Marylanders -

and nt once started for the Potomac r

I :fI: forty-five miles distant Soon i I It.


Q I JEB STUART 'after passed leaving within four Emmltsburg miles of Pleason-Stuart

it ton'a cavalry, which had been marching .

and countermarching all day to

r { : : :' :II i: !j: : : meet the raiders. At midnight Pleas 1 / 5's '
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1 A' |" % ***! ***** *rifCopjrlsht onton learned of Stuart's movementand

li t I E started In pursuit but the raiders s e

1"02:!, by a. L. Kilmer.: ] were four hours ahead of him.

v'i i+ I the I'VPnluTr of Oct 0, 1SC2. From Ummltsbuig the southern carolcnde -

r fit" p,kid) OK*!) Of Job StU- I J trotted the long night through rr

iitt's renowned cavalry corpsassembled d and made thirty-three miles by daylight ,
1 on the camp parade ., of the 12tb. It was twelve milesto .
p a
i at Chnrlestowu. VV. Va., for orders. the fold and the troopers bad rid fah

I 'f ;f ii'f The troopois! wore divided Into three 11l den sixty-five tulles within twentyfourhours. -. / 71 h I Iii

l'd\ ;i (> and placed under tho, All the lower fouls were guarded -

'" I leadership of General Wade Hampton, by Federals and Pleasonton was
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' ,I 1 I a Colonel W. II. F. Lee and Colonel 'V.I hrtc rapidly closing down by another and a :

I} ; E. Jones. Then Stuart spoke to the __ shorter road than the one used by Stuart J crc4

r v:1 1 command as follows: "Soldiers, you \S y j to the only unguarded crossing.

" If!,f f, ; are about to engage In an enterprise the mouth of the Monocacy. At 8

I which to Insure success demands at o'clock Stuart's advance came within '

I ,w. :your bands coolness, decision and bravery sight of Federal cavalry, which provedto '6

:\\f' ''lit! ti Implicit obedience to orders with be PIt'n ontou'lI. The Confederateswere

;; :. out question or cavil and the strictest all luutHccl In Yankee overcoats,

: ,, "h. order and sobriety on the march and In whlcb.they had captured at Chambers. ConheziWaJThis
It
II I Mvounc. The destination and extent bur;;.

:a" of this expedition had better be kept to Stuart rode at the bead of, the column -
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I. rt', i I myself than known to you. Suffice It dBAI11ING and when he saw that the Federals ,

I, :g j. I to say that with the hearty co-opera- hesitated at sight of the strange' is a very Important consideration in a woman's correspondence with :lira.:\ Pinkham. If ia agreat
: : t' tlon of officers and I have clad In blue coats he ordereda
: men not n command
.,d I satisfaction to feel that one woman can write to another telling her the most private and confidential
f doubt of Its success, a success which charge. The Federals retired PlantIng -
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I J! details about her illness,and know that her letter will be seen by a woman only, -woman full 61 sympathy
Sij :will reflect credit of the highest degree runs; on n knoll, the raiders beganto
i I.' :;:t.. i upon your arms." shell the Federal cavalry,. and the for her sick sisters, and with a knowledge of woman's ills greater than that possessed by any other person.

At the close of the speech the men main body dashed for the ford. That Mrs. Pinkham never violates the confidence,thus entrusted to hor.nml although she publishes
I a thousand! of testimonials from women who have been benefited by her ml vice and luedJclu.nen'r
I 1' retired to their blankets to catch a tewbours' FEDERAL SIGNAL,STATION. was guarded by Federal Infantry
t In all her experience has she published such letter without the full consent and often
I a by
I rest, and the jolly snbreur, with Colonel Lee, who led the forward column
ing freely supplied With'food alid cot- special request of the writer.
a his boon companions, passed the even- and sent n flag of truce demandIng -
"' Ing at The Bower, typical planter's fee. Colonel.. J{. McClure, a promI- Instant surrender and to the sur- The reason JMrs. Pinkham is so amply qualified to give advice in cases of female ills is for the reason

t mansion, where Stuart made his head nent citizen of the town and also an price of Stuart the Yankees retreated. that over one hundred thousand cases come before her each year,-some :personally, others by mail, and

a'' quarters. With fiddle, bnnjo and bones officer in the l"ederolllrmy at home ou Covered by Pelham's guns, thy raiders this has been going on for twenty years,day after day, and day after day. Twenty years of constant succeei,

P t the pray cavaliers serenaded! their :, leave, regaled nearly a hundred of Stuart's rode over the ford and the last man -tWnk of the knowledge thus gamed. Surely, women are wise in seeking advice from a woman of such
officers and soldiers at his resi-
friends, then went to theIr tents on the and the last gun were on Virginia soil. experience, especially when it is absolutely free.
dence. In the early hours of the-llth
lawn. Before daylight every officer the tired raiders turned Into their blankets GIAItGl!) L.lilLMER.TO As nn illustration of the good coming from such advice we herewith publish two letters and

r and man was In the saddle, galloping some to sleep the sleep of the portrait of Miss! Iftittio I>e
I It. -t 1 toward the Potomac, where an advance happy go lucky trooper and-some to CURE: A COLD IN ONE: DAY :Mrs. Pitikham's ability to help them. This in only ono of thousands of the same kind of letters
led Colonel which Mrs. IMiiUhum has on file."BEAU.
M. 0. Dut.It'
I party by
ponder how the cavalcade would get Take Laxative DromD"Qulnlne Tablets.
I ,, "' lee, the present senator from South out of the net Into which it had so All druggists refund the money If it falls MRS. PISKHAM : I have read with Interest your advice to others so much

.I+ I i Carolina, had preceded. the cavalcade easily ridden. It was! plain that the to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on that I thought I would writes to ::, for I havo been Buttering1 for a long time. I have lath

? i' to look out for the freedom of the CordIng whole country was in the secret of the each box. 23ots.; t bearing-down p:!ns, and such shouting pains go thro'if meT I have headache, backache,
'" f and feel tired. Menstruation is sometimes and lie down.
*": place laid and the Federal alert. The very painful, have to step work
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Duller bad sent a handful of men army My stomach bloats terribly, and I am troubled with whites. Hoping to hear from you
ruin had Increased to a downpour, and The Firm Q DO rrel. soon, remain,
over the ford to capture a Federal
i station In a few hours the Potomac might rise After the e-splos'o: i the following July 24th, 1000.. Miss IlATTiB DsGaoAT. Succasuma, :N. J."
picket on the Maryland side .
and obliterate the fords. I
I a were found to be- injured:
t but the Yankees were too quick for Before leaving Cbumbersburg Stuart The Groom. Slightly scratched DEAR MRS. PINKHAM :-I can hardly find words to thank you for ;your advice nod I

the Johnnies and got away Butler destroyed an ordnance storehouse and about tHe Puce force of character and wonderful Vegetable Compound. I was in a terrible state, part of iny body at bed, I
p I t i then dashed Into the stream at the railroads and other was very nervous, had hysterical spells. I think I would ever eccme insane bad It not
IJ head public property self esteem somewhat shattered; will been for Lydia E. l'fnklulJn's'egctable what to do,
of the vanguard and deployed a Compound. Your letter told ino just
mounting to U::OOOO. He also took .
hereafter( how timidity under aka clrcunistunceti.
ana medicine cured and I "
lIne of troopers around the ford. Stud your me, cannot express my thanks.
officials and clt-
art's whole commnnd crossed without away thirty prominent J '> March 8th, 1001. Miss HA.TTIB: DeGBOAT, Succasuma, N. J."
/T //7S-r-m \ >
Izt'ns as hostages for civilians of the v
The Bilde." -Dignity hurt but not
M. ? alarm and struck; out along the national Confederacy held by the United States broken: showed unexpected courage; /y////ljl\\\/ \\ f \ No other medicine! In the world has received such-widenpreudnnil
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pike running from Hancock to liei About 1.200 captured horses went with will recover slowly. f //////III nnnnnllflort endorsement. No other medicine has such a record of

1 gerstown. When Butler's vanguard the cavalcade on Its ride buck to Dixie, Cupid.-Badly shocked will recover. cures of female troubles or such hosts of grateful friends. ))0 not he persuaded
E y struck the pike, he captured ten stragglers I which was far more exciting than the Life. ; that any other medicine 1M just ns crood. Any dealer who MscriW' somotl.in:;
from General else has no Interest in your case. lie is medicine,
Cox's Federal division seeking
trip from the Potomac to Chambersnirg. : a larger profit. Follow the record of this
3 f ,; which had just passed that and remember that the thousands! of cures of women whose letters are constantly printed In this
Meanwhile the Federal cavalry,
Plenalnic Him. paper were not brought about .. ,*.
point on the way to Hancock. Cox's by "Homethlntr else. hut by Lvilla Yo. Pfnkhnr' v" ..f..M. Fmnnn''
such us It was, tooK the warpath to Mrs. Gay Yes. I Imow my husband
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( 11 division belonged to the Army of the lend off the during raiders when they I can't afford all these things, but I'm

Potomac, which was at that time encamped should attempt to recross the river. During, them to please him.

'vy :p In Maryland In the vicinity of The mouth of the Monocacy river below Jlrs. Schoppen-To please him?
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lIagerstown.t the camps of the army was the Mrs. Ga.v-Yes: there's nothing that

} Fortunately for Stuart there was a uolnt axed nnon by the guesses of the pleases him more" than a chance to tell
heavy tog In the> valley that morning,
his (peoplf what a martyr he is.-Philadelphia .
or his stealthy movements would have lh'ess. '

been seen from the signal station on f aC

Falrvlew heights, near Hancock But
v r ,\ Fair Offer.
( } togs have the gift of vanishing in a W0M f
v' Tim Tuff-.\w. I cud lick youae wld
I twinkling and to make sure the argus both me hand. tied behind me.
eyes on the height should not reveal '
'' I Sn IpHcy I :Mulligan-Will >er let me
r his accrete to the army close at bond
tie ? Ohio Journal.
em Mute I
Stuart sent twenty picked men to capture .

.p the signal party. Crawling up the "Love lightens A NEW INVENTION.Recently
steep under cover of the fog, the gray labor," the say Self lose Is at once the most delicate .

I troopers dropped down upon the station ing runs, and in a sense it and the most vigorous of our defects:

like visitors from the skies. Two is tme. But even love a nothing wounds it, but nothing kills.

P .n '1 Federal officers, In the station made a make cannot it easy lighten for the labor wom-or //t Patented all Over the World.

k rush for life and escaped but the private an who is in constant suffering YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE,TAKING
,It a soldiers were captured and all the from inflammation, 4'4'Made
4 When take Grove'srllstelels Chill
s flags and equipments. Thus the last bearing down pains or yon
Tonio because the formula Is plainly
danger was suppressed, for other womanly diseases.
barring
bottle that It Is
printed ou every showing
signals. Stuart's troopers could travel The one thing that can slmgly Iron and{ Quinine in a tasteless 4. The Walton.
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F t make work for wom-
ii as Potomac.fast as anything All Stuart In asked the Army was a of clear the en is sound easy health, and to.-m. No cure, No pay. Oots.A .

Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription -
road ,to get beyond the of that
camps is the thing that Collection la Slant.
ri' widely scattered army. In fact, he was will give sound health "Now. said the irate debtor "It you Self-Locking Tackle Block.

r prepared to tight for the road against t to sick women. It cures disturb me again you'll get what you're _
1y1, any common toe and carried with the womanly diseases which looking for."

cavalcade tour guns of the horse battery cause weakness, and cures "Thanks." replied the urbane collector In various shapes and sizes, of

4 r commanded by Major John Pel- the backache, suleache, nervousness and "I 1 will try to, make It con- WOOD, IRON"and IIROXZE. Will
ham, the noted boy artillerist. other ills which are the result of woman- tentent to disturb you at about this I

In spite of tile cleverness of Stuart in ly diseases. time tomorrow."-Houston Post I work equally well with rope, chain or

tt 4 passing the ford the Federal troops "I .1Ift'e...... from female weakne for five : 4 who rope.
month." write Miu Bell Hedrick, of Nye
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j nearest the river heard of the expedition Piituaiu Co, W Va -I wa treated by a good Wanted.We :. Will work at any height, upside down
and sent word of itto, headquarters. physician but he never deemed to do me any ,
c Meanwhile the raiders gallopedon tool which, I I received wrote. ,to telling Dr R me, V,to Pierce take hi for* 'advice Favorite would like to ask, through the columns horizontally, or at any angle, and will

'r to Merccrsburg, across the line in PreK riptiou' unit Gold..uIedlc,1! Dl,cov- of your paper, It there Is any per stop and lock at any point
ery' When I had tilted the medicine a month son who has usedaroen'sAugastFlowerfor
4 Pennsylvania. Even the strange garb my health WB much improved. It has continued the cure of Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Invaluable for every kind of business
of the Confederates to improve until now I can work at almostall
t didn't open too been where a block Is needed
i kind of hotutework 1 had scarcely" any and Liver Troubles that has not ? frequently saving -
eyes of the people along the route for appetite, but it I I. all right DOW Have gained cured-and we also mean their results, t '" 1" the labor of one man or more.
;, It was impossible to believe that 000 several pound in weight Dr !t"reed7 such as sour stomach, fermentation of 'I I T, IN 11II'

I t, f l southern horsemen would cross theborder cine would have advice done all who wonderfully mtUr from": chronic dla- food, habitual costiveness nervous dyspepsia I'll Ij'I' Ih' t I!' ql t Nothing like It for hanging or stretch
to write ing wires.,
d : In the face of 100,000 soldiersncatnped eases to Dr Pierce headaches, despondent feelings, I ,

.. along the river. The chief "Favorite Prescription" makes weak sleeplessness fact, any trouble connected I ?hI Address all communications to
h 1 women strong sick women well. Accept with the stomach or liver This ,II' ; 1
I business of the raiders was seizing no substitute for the medicine medicine has been sold for many years la ,i 4 : ,I I ,{, Capt. J. O. WALTON II + IIV., t ,
Inventor.
norses. Scattering over a wine stretch which works wonders for weak women. all civilized countries, and w* wish to 'PI I

n ti of country the troopers gathered lu Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical correspond with you and send you one of I I I I u !I I I 133 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass.Sample .
; everything in the way of blooded animals Adviser is sent free on receipt of stamps our books free of cost. If you never triad ,2 I Iryt'' y

only sparing those In uso by to pay expense of mailing only. Send August Flower try one bottle dr tVe '
/-woiuen. The hungry cavalrymen were 21 one-cent stamps for the paper-covefed have Dover known of its falling. If so, f a' :u III r / Blocks be Ill
can at the
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not allowed to take provisions from book, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound something more serious is the matter bI PNII'' thh seen N! i NII PIy
-the natives except where volunteered. volume Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buf- with you. Ask your oldest druggist. VOSHA.TK office, Tltu.me.ii o d I : iv tl 'I/ { I
falo, N, Y. G. G. GREEN, Woodbury N. J.
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RHEUMATISM DUMAS ON SNAKES. AN UNQUIET SPIRIT. BIRD DOGS. I

EO. M. BOBBINS A CHnrmetrrlstlo of tho Im'peraulone
Story Th. Mysterious Lltrht That For Year
Some of th. Alronxt Human Work
French Author. HnoBlvd :Not .
Cai .
CUREDAT LAST When These Clever ('a.I... Perform.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR M. Vlllemcssant was foundIng For many years! ou Cope Nolr. thewestern 1
flooding denotes that Is following
a dog
AT-LAW. Le Grand Journal be wrote to Dumas -, point of Maria a strange
a trail toward the birds by their
asking for assistance., Dumas light: was seen, dancing and moving
nil practice In State and United State i Good News ForAll toot scent ns a man la tin analogous
Who SufferS at once prepared a romance In six: vol. about In the most unaccountable man '
Court. manner might follow a flock of sheep
With Rheumatism Free. unioB. In the meantime the edItor nerot one moment It would rise like by watching their tracks. \
Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA.L. a column of fire Into the and :
To all who suffer with Rheumatism I asked him for some articles or cause- air. at another Drawing denotes! that n dog Is approaching -

will gladly send free the wonderful story ries. which were to be published Imme time It would full like n meteor. birds by a scent In the air

GAULDEN, of how my mother was cured after year diately. "I have the very thing! cried Then It would seem to leap over the as a man might follow n Hock of sheep

suffering, together with the most elabo- Dumas. "I was Just about to start on point and drop Into the sea, afterwardappearing by the long line of dust hovering over

ATTOR EY-AT-LAW, rate treatise on Rheumatism ever pub- a whole series about fmnkos.: "On again In tile same spot on nod around the trail. ruwlllg Is considered -

lished. snakes?" "Yes. I bare the entire subject the hillside. The habitants tell this much to
a superior manner
in aU
| Will prootlco the Courts of the State No mattor what
form of Rheuma
your at my fingers'/ ends. I spent half story about It: reading. It lu marked
; Florida, and the United States Court tism Is, whether acute commonly by
chronic muscu- life studying them. There's not In the time of the war for tho pos. .
a
lar my greater accuracy, quickness of execution
r. C, Box,233. Inilim
| TITUSVILLE matory, tleformant
FLA.
neuralgia Rout, lumbago etc-no sciatic matter soul who knows anything about the sexHlon) of Canada a l>'renchOsllel., and dash of tuunner. MR.S. L. S. ADAMS.

i.- how mauy doctors have failed In dear, Interesting little .crt' tur 's. You pursued by an English warship Pointing Is the stop which the dog HI f jnlt<>..l...., T..lI....

J. WTCUB, your case-no matter how many socalled will find it will be a grout success- steereil. fts course into the bay at this makes when he bus definitely: located "Wine of Cardul Indeed a bleulng!

S "sure cures". you have tried-I want you this nrtlcle." The editor half con point for refuge. A bout was lowered the birds or when he thinks he has t.> dd women. Having! suffered for

ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, to write to mo and let me tell you how vlnccil agreed to accept this article from the side of the richly laden merchantman -- done so. It IK. the preliminary pause to .e".. years with weakness and bear.

Wiirpractlce the Courts of the 7th mother'was cured.I "on snakes''," saying to himself, "After and in this thirteen men accurately determine the whereabouts In:,. ". ','n p.ilrn, and having tried several

:'ircult. Taxes: paid for --non-resident am neither a Doctor nor a Professor all Dumas Is very likely to hit on swiftly rowed to the shore. Their object of the bidden birds before ho sprint to 1 doUori and different remedies t'

find rents and accounts; collected. -simply a plain man of business-but I something effective." "If you want a was to secrete It client of gold capture. If he misjudges and springsIn with no succeta. your Wine of Cardul /
have
ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. want a to CURE tell everyone for Rheumatism who suffers and with I little cash In advance you ran draw 011 which they hud brought with them. On the wrong direction all his pains and wm eventually the! only thins cured which me It helped itemed me to, ;

Rheumatism all about It. I wish tu hA me." "I have plenty" said Dumas, "for reaching the point they drew lots to and labor come to nothing. In his build up the weak pub strengthen!! i 1 1\\

a D. PENNEY clearly understood and trust -i.ilati i the first time In my life I confess; \but see which of tho men should remainto training be Is encouraged to point but th. system and correct Irregularities.! "

A. who aro Buffering; with this terrible disease still, I really have enough.?' guard the treasure. The one to Is prohibited springing so that after n .

however apparently beyond the They parted and the editor returned whom the lot fell was forced to sweara time ho makes his point and holds It lly "tired. women" MM.( Adams I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW roach of cure, will write to me this day to his office. On arriving there he solemn oath by hind ami sea by etanchly. means nervous women who have

and I will send you by return mall thl found Alexander's secretary waitingfor night and day by the ruler of the If by any act. willful or otherwise! disordered, mpnxea, falling; of the 61

m rlTUSVILLE, FLORIDA work of mine. I appeal especially to the him with the following paper. nether world. that be would be faithful he alarms the birds. and they take womb these ailments ovarian that troubles or any of ;"
women have.
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th discouraged"chronically 11\with\ who are wearied and' ready signed: to the trust through/ life unless relieved wing! It Is called n lltibh. If tho dog You can cure yourself at homo with ; :t!

H Judicial Circuit. those who have been"doctoring"case aside and"In-to :Received the sum of 50 napoleons) on by his returning comrades and when going! up wind on game (lushes this great women's remedy, Wine
curable." All have all account of my story. A hearty squeeze even after death .would haunt the spot the birds he commits nn error. If under of C.aruluiVine of Uardui has .
Rheumatism you be thought about of the hand. A. D. should no one come to take his place certain circumstances ho flushes cured thousand of cases which I;

FREDERICK A. MORGAN, you our experience.may wrong Surely If Let me have tell The next day the secretary arrived says a writer In the Era. when going down tliu wind, the error doctori! liiivo.lilml to benefit. Why .

Rheumatism or have a suffering, you friend with the flrst feiillleton and 'a letter. To secure the fulfillment of this vow may be excused on the ground thnt being not linirin, to get well today? All
druggists. have $I.OO( Lottl.' For
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE It will pay you to Investigate my offer which run: his wicked associates then and there up wind of them It wtis Impossible any stomach, liver or bowel disor r

Loans Notary Public. anyway, and prove for yourself thes\, My Dear Friend-He kind enough to put him to death and burled hlrii with to scent, them and therefore Impossible der The tl f 01'.1'I lilack-l)r ugut 4
claims I make. hand the bearer the Bum of 9 napoleons. the treasure. Thetholltly/ ilgbt was to know of their I.relicuco.-OuUng. should l llrorR lit, \ 1111.1., \
|Collections Typewriting, Stenography Send::! me your address to-day-a postal A. D. .
supposed\ to be the spirit of the murdered |TlTC8VTLLE, card will do-and I will mall you this The very same evening came a dIs. and Pyi,.111.1....... 'I tut |jnlit,>.' AuviMtry, I I>.uitru ,
FLA. wonderful story. If you have any patch from IIu\re: tempted man by the hope many of recovering persons who tlu Worm I)o trj\>ycr flu C'lttttanwint::: The:: ClmitiuiiMnin, Itmiu::: MoilU'lna Co.* ,

H. friends suffering with Rheumatism no On receipt of this please send 20 napo- treasure ventured Into the haunted White's Cream Vermifuge:( not only
\VADE JONES matter where located send me their! Icons to my lodgings at FroicatU A kills worms, but removes the mucus and '<1
address, and I will mall them a copy. thousand thanks. A. D. spot fled lu terror and told blood l slime in which they build I heir nests ; JIoFCRDUI

REAL ESTATE AND !My address Is VICTOrt RAINBOLf.. An hour Inter came another: cimlllng stories of the horrible phnu It brings, and quickly, a healthy condition '::1:1t
INSURANCE UloomflclJ, IUtl.GENERAL. torn mid frightful sights which they whore
of the body, worms cannot
My Dear Boy-I should have said 13. !
Loans and Collections. not 20 nurs. You are my best friend bad wltnesHt'd. The light Is Keen no exist. :23cts atU.| It. Wilson A Sou's. t
the--- _?._.._.,_IihaSnn!.n._.. (.I.-. -nn-- the m, .PAMil---. lou ,'r. Perhaps some adventurer --------------- -

TITUSVILLK FI.OfUD.\ DIRECTORY.U. A. DUMAS. bolder than the rest succeeded In discovering A CliiuiM IIml Cnmv Orrr Him. Over-Work'vcakens t

I' The annie of thIs cnpithl story Is no the gold carried It off and :There! are some things In this world

EO. A. WOULEY 8. LAND OFFICE. less cbanifterlstlc.! Tho feullletou arrived thus gave rest to the unquiet spirit for which not even the uiont profound Your I Kidneys. J

G 1-1.8. Chubb, .. ... .. .. .. .. .... ...Register the following! and rural philosopher. can account to his I
W. G. Itottlnson. ... .. .. .. ... ...Itocelvvrunices by post on day ft ftAll
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V. at Oalmiaville Florida. was found to contain exactly tour Itciiiittful Clour Hklcc.Ilerhine own satlsruc tiou. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

General U. B. 8E ATOR8. Hues of Dumas' composition; two lit "I i never saw 1111 animal move so .

Courts.practice All business In State and Federal J. P.Tallaforro,.. .... . .. .. ... Jacksonville the beginning and two at the end of exerts direct Influence on the slowly before, lu nil my kite!" cried nn the blood In your body passes throughyour tl
receive entrusted will a. 1C Mullory, .. ...... .. ....... ..rennacolaV. Ibo paper. Thus It ran: : "I copy from bowels, liver and kidneys purifying and exnwpcnited traveler\ In a New Hampshire kidneys: once every three minutes.
prompt' attention. stieiiRthonlng those organs and maintaining ,_, ffi5' The kidneys are your ,
S. : stuuv. behind which the clouds u- 1 rt
General CONGRESSMEN. my good friend. Dr. Hevoll the following ., blood '
Counsel for the them In a normal condition of purifiers. they filter
1 Tuttle Estate RohertW. Puvls. .. .. .. ... ... .. .. . .Palntlca particulars about siiak' ('s." Then health of a rapidly rising storm were growing ,C :. \ C I
Miami. S. M. Simrkman. ,... .. ... .... .. .. .. .Tumpa. ; thus removing common cause m.ut.i'Call't i out the waste or
MIAMI, FLORIDA. come u long easily' on Unit subject, all of jellow, moth greasy skin, and moreor blacker every Ili : the impurities In the blood.If .
FLORID LEGISLATURE. copied out III hN own neat handwriting less of pimples blotches and! blackbends. horse, go any faster? You had an excellent they are sick or out

JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY E.K.N.U. Dlnilck Ilauleraou 1'ulin, Fort He.irh Fierce.. ..,.... ..ItopresuntativeEXECUTIVE .. .. Senator.. end flowed by this uriglual re II\I'k. "In :30o) at U. K. Wilson A /;on's.A one ten years ago when I used / ci>( order, they fall to do

J & EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.A. my net I will dC'lll'wlth the boa conbtrlctor. to spend tlu* summer here." ". their work. '

M. 8. Jennlnir. ... .DEPARTMENT.Win. .. .. .. ...... Governor. the tuoHt curious of all the linninn, I'nrnilox. "That's the cur'ous thing about It," Pains, aches nd rheumatism
One
BECK. hears from
II. Clay Crawford .. .. .. ..Secretary of State. snakes."-iiluck;; and White.A often mi amusing pnrn said tho driver, gnzlng! first at his steed come excess -
Shipping Master .lumen II. Wblt .ld,. .. .. ... .. ... .. ..Treasurer. dox Hud us u brutes tin whistle /going and then at tfce! lu a of uric acid In the
Hotel help Win. B Lamar,. .. .. .... .Attorney-* ienoral around home vhitewizsbelterra uneasy 1 passenger blood, due to neglected
a specialty. W. N. Blieats. .. .. Siipt. I'ulilio Instruction Dangerous Afoutli. a square, u mildly Mpcvulutlvevay.: "Tbls boss i Is kidney trouble. A .
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10 South Laura St. 13. E. McLln ." ..Commissioner AR"rloultnreAtonzii ; cottu. and "1IU awfully nice" the very same "identical boss that I > I"t]
JACKSONVILLE, Fr.oIlIDA. C. C Cnmin. ... .. .. .. ... .. ...Comptroller. This Is the month of coughs. colds and thing./ Out It Is not n common occur Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady ;
drove that I don't know heart beats
J. Clifford Foster..AdJitantGaneral.John oatarrh. Do catch colds easily! summer. and makes one feel as though
lire Ifortl... ... .. .. ..8urvejor-44eneral. you renee to come IUTOHS a "black white what In tunket's got Into him! He they had heart trouble because
R. E. Roi-e. ... ... .. ... .. .State Chemist Find yourself hoarse with a tickling In man" and yet this phenomenon IB to the heart I.verworklng Is 1
'TEPUEN E. FOSTER, Offices\ atTMllnlmsfiee, Florida. your throat and an annoying cough at seems to hrl1"lIt his animation. : In pumping; thick kidney- .
SUPREME COURT JUDGES night Then, you should always have be seen almost liny day lu New:' York. Youth's Companion.! poisoned blood through veins and arteries. .-
The gentleman Is said to be u colored It used to be considered that
A TTOltYEY.A TLAV M.\ H :M bry .. .... .. .. ...Chief JimtlneV. handy a bottle of Ballard's IlorehountStrnp only urinary J
It. Carter. ... .. .. .. .. .A>smilate Justice .1. A. Anderson, .'151 West nth St minister In the city, and although In Ill. !">.. Will OnTvrlntr. troubles were to bo traced to the kidneys,
Sims Building, S. F. Taylor .. ... .. .. ... ... .. Silt Lake City wtiten; "WellIe li.\l the< dftatu'i! bo I II'IIr8Ill' outward re- "Wbnt's that $5 kept out of my snl- but now modern science proves that nearly

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. lard's Hiirohoiind l .Hvru| for eoliths and Bcmbl.inco i t ri,|l white liiii ii- more e pe- iiry for?" demanded J the employee of all constitutional! diseases have their beginning

H f K flay. ,ilrinaii, ... .... ...flalnesvllle oolds. It. elves (inmediate I'ellef.Ve dull;\' mi aec a'hit of his"' pallid featuresuud tht. wtutc liiMtltutlun. : In kidney trouble.If .
J.L.lllo'lCan, .. ... . ... .... .. ...lns|>er. knowH' the best reined for these tioubles. you are sick you can make no mistake
: liii:ilit. IB ulIlIIlMtnk.nLI -
W. J. M. Hryati. .. .. .. .. .Klashiiiii, .*. Induce Ki'ii.vhile "Tbnt's your \oltintnry contribution by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild
ALLEN ,,, .... ... I write this to oilier people > or tho e-iloied. nnil what Is
GEORGE fohn L. : o..leyjr.. clu*rk. Ar<*atlla. \ race, for campaign; purpoHos blandly re- and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's
to trv this and efficient
ploas-mc rem
Headquarter anil nltlues at Tallahassee, fc'la.
not the leant remarkable- that In
piled tlu sthim(-lilitelnieilt. Swamp-Root, the great kidney Is
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW edy. 2c.; liDo and #1 Wilson & Son'lI.Tbe remedy
CIRCUIT COURT. cuff ,llttii('t' with his paradoxical I appearance "Hut It (Hii't u voluntary roiitrlbu- soon realized. It stands the highest for Its
KEY WEST FLORIDA. Minor R. Jones Tltns vllle...... ...('lroultJmlpt.|; lie In wont to relish "hot Ice tlon."OIl"'P wonderful cures of the moat distresalngcucsand
right to hold It
no out
J. l>. H |rir.. Orlanilo. ...I'rnneciiiliitf Attorney Ori.lnittonn.Orpl on ..., "
Will practice In the United States Spring' :Term-Fourth Mondav In April. crezi Ill l"ll'1't'I! : York 11 Olea.1IIn''nJt m>. That wiian't III the linrKiiln. I Is sold on Its merits J
and State Fall Term Fourtb In (rton8 have gained headway all .
Courts. Ojun)5) Monday Novemlier.KREVARD ueIlI'ul'll by druggists In fifty-
iinytliliitf about It before.It .
very fast in this country and It Is of
and one-dollar
CX>llft IV Cl,URT. cent lit1 1
Mirror I IIII und
n Kuuue, I won't stand ltb"!
A. I'ennny' ,. .. .... ... .. ...County Judge Importance for nil to note that shanks Hero IK the lUt'lhmIIU"t'd In the es. You may have a '1'. ,
N S. BURNEIAM, M. D. James' K. A.lrews..rosecuiting Attorney other than pinkish white or flesh color manufacture "Hut you have to pay It, you know sample bottle by mall iiom. at B.........._
A. A. St4wnrt. .. .: :. . .. .County Clerk: disqualify. Standard weights! ) all along of a 1II1I'I'urtI'r: the glass or. lose your Job.' Docs It 'go?" free, also pamphlet telling you how to find
Spring: Term-Second Mondav In May. "
nun been carefully pollwliod both
SURGEON and Hiitniuor Term-Herond Monday In August the line are one pound heavier than on \-YI'II. out If you have kidney or bladder troubi .
SPECIALIST Fall Tean-8eolOl\l11l10"I..y In Noveuu, er. the Plymouth Uocks. Souk must be sides It III laid ou u !firm table (usually ""Well ttmfs why we call It voluu- Mention this paper when writing Dr. Kilmer

i( Ear, Nose and Throat. Winter TerUl--8e'outllluuIIAln February. white or born color not yellow as InDull' of stone, with upturned edges' and tnry."-CblcuKO Tribune. & Co., Binghamton N. Y.RRY'S :
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. one or more sheets of tin foil are laid
I, WEST PALM BKACH FLORIDA. R. E. Mimi, Superintendent' ......HonaventnreMmntwrit Plymouth KoekH. Tho present I upon the pluto. Quicksilver Is then A child of Mr*. Goo. T. Benson, when
\ : J M Olxon chairman Tltu-vlleR. ) ; Engllnu Orpington that wins" the prizes It and at forms fretting: Ms nstinl Saturday night l bath:
! :N. Andrews, Cocoa) C. P. 1'latts, Iron 1'lerne. Is of u heavy, plump Cochin t"pA. notwithstanding spread over once an stepped buck against n hot stove which
HOUGHITON'S aniulguiu with the tin, making a reflecting SEED)
D
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. the fact that n long back 8ul.tace.J.'or burned him sovorrlv. Tliu child was In

.T. R. Walker, (chairman Tltiiavlltei; John R. 1* called for. Mr. Lewis Wright tMl Kruat agony and Ills mother could do
FLOATI.W DENTAL APARTMENTSon \Hot, JllellI".Ia.I': It. A. ConkllHir Tlllmaii I I ; John us Hint the largo! plump body. and thohort nothing to pacify him. Kememboilni
C.; .. .-,; J. Frank Hell, White City. a Dad Cold.If that she had a bottlo of Chamberlain's
tenular sessions are hold tlrut Monday In each .. stank are the most modern typoof
the "Dentos" montn. the Orpington. Formerly It hail you have a bad cold you need a good 1'aln Halm In the hon8", Hhl thought she
IIREVARU COUNTS OFFICERS.A. 'ell.idle medicine like Chamberlain's would try It. In less I thnn half an hour
Now AT PALM BKACII.Foey's I>. Penney Titn"vllle; ... County Jnilire.as. the longer !twit but this ban been. din- 3ongh; Remedy to loosen and relieve it, after applying It the child w"quiet and )

E. Andrew". Tltnnvllle' ; ,...ru,. Att'y. courngotl.IJe.it. lind to allay the Irritation and InlUmmn- asleep, and In IHSS. than two weeks was
-- -- A. A. Stewart, Tltunullle: ,. .. .::.County Cier : well. Mrs )Itensori well-known rosl DThe
of the throat anti ..,,10by
lon lung For
'J. F. Wopten, Cocoa.. ... . ...Tax Assessor. .
Kidney Cure E. W. Hall. Tituovllle,. .. .. ... .Tax Collector. rjiilment <>n J nrth.I. all druggists anti medicine dealers.A dent of Kollar Va. Piiln ll.klni Is an
makes ..'. H. llnye, Tltnsvllle, .. .. .Treasurer" antlsnptto liniment and especially vulu- ..
kidneys and bladder right.Virginia R. E. Minis. Honavef ture. . Supt I'uh. h..t.J. M. McIIany, Oreenvllle, Tex., writes, ... >. able for burns, outs, bruises and sprains. "
!
OIMH TI.ln" >
(>. FrlnH Ti iMvlllo, . County Surveyor. S\iV. ;.I. 11'IK: "I bad rheumatism\ la*' .
J. P. Drown Tllusvllle,. . .. .. .. .. Slmrllt.' (0 winter was down In bed six weeks ; tried There IM no !brunch of farm oporntioiiH For hale by druggists and medicine deal

T.J. CocRnhutt LaOraiiRe .Re.Istratlon OIHcer, I everything, but got: no relief, till a friend that can I lie permanently it nil ers.

Homes TITfSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL I!;;nve me n part of n bottle of Milliard's miiitably I linpio\ttl more" easily and :\aiuruiliy.
{ .r. M. Dixon.unavort R. E. MtnlM. 1r.. marshal Liniment. I used It. and tzttt two
Snow ( nt ICHH coxt than tIe, Iunlll'ylrtili.. A One Girl-Jack tried to kiss me last __
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collietori W.
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I ml tax S. Kranulnic' clerk sn.Itreasurer mre butllesIt cured me and I baven'tfelt cc--n n -=
John Henry tax xsHeasor: John K. dollar or two Invented In eggs; of goolrt night.
Walker, J. A. Morgan, a. Ouren. 8. (t. Van- any rheumatism since. I can recommend > .eiU err fowls will bring. buck tiiiiriYtliiuus Another What In tile world did you Largest and Most Comnloto -
"imdintcbam and J. r.. Carrutbent. connoilmeii Snow Liniment to be the boot l-ol-
You learn all The council meet STat Tuesday ach month. For the Imcxtmc'iit within n your or do?
about Virginia: Lands ment on earth for rheumatism. Establishment South.
Its resources products mode of cultivation TlfUSVILLB HOARD OP TRADE. rheumatic, sciatic or neurn'glo' I pains rubin two. I If you want to Improve your "Oh. I was up In arms In a minute

prices etc., by reading the n. M. Tlolddnii, president; .t. 11.\ Ulxon treis- B.illard's Snow Liniment I you will not wultry. you can do It quickly, cheaply Smart Bet. GEO. S HACKER & SON
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. urer J. U. Host secretary. Meets Henond Wednesday suffer long:, but will be gratified: wlih a and with but little risk.ItreederH ,
for H months subscription to the eight In each month at their roonus. speedy and effective cure. 25c!; GOo and lie vs Iviirtied that It pays A l>.>nnlll ..

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.' *l at U. U. Wilson & Son to send out lit) eggs except from, goodstock Little Clarence, -1'u.vlmt Is experience .
Indian River Lodfr. No. go. holds. Its mentlnRS I. ?
Is all that
A sitting or two ,
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Too Much I"ro..I..1.oid
the "second and fourth Friday evening of each
mouth at their 'lodge room Indian River hotel'at her father forgive her for running needed for n good Htn rt. A viy few Mr. Callipers-KTpprlenco.: my son. Is
BANNER SALVE 7:31: "',,Iuck p, m. J. R. Walker W. M.j the headaches acquIre from butt
F. A. Morgan, Seo'v.ORDER off and getting married?" dollars spent for good pgg means a Jon

tho moat healing salve In the world. OIT EASTERN STAR. "Yes: the old man said that be nice flock of fowls In on > year when ing against tho wIJI'ld.-I'uc".

would forgive and forget them."-Indiana I you miiy lop 'In a position to sell to ,
Friendship' Chapter, No. II, holds Its meetings
Cures Itlooil and Skill I>U "
In the ;M.iu! >nlo Lodge. room. Tltimvllle. on therst polls News. i your nHghbors at /good big prices.Sachn .- "nn n,
rmjsilav 1 beach month at3: oo'clovk p. m.t ,
50 YEARS* and the third Tm-n'lar, In each month at 731 l nge.I'ruetIenlly. Itcliliitf. Humor. ICozeinn, ,
EXPERIENCEw o'clock p. m. The following are the officers of Although she may have no knowledge ----
Hcrof iiln .':tc.
tho lodee : Mm. (k. M. Rohhliis, worthy matron | all tlio exports of Africa .... .
of medicine tbe dressmaker who I
n. Wilson, Mrs. H. ; ) ,.- ,
Ir. H. worthy patron it. .
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Wilson: associate matron ; Air. F. A. Morgan, can cure bad fits bas a lot of patience. art iiiitiinil piiMluclM. while her Import i Send no money-simply write and try .....;--. .. .. ,
treajureru MM. R. C. Hcrimireour. secretary: miinufuctured article liotonlo Hlood Balm at our expense. A ,
pxclnxlvi'ly II> ,
art ( Jr..g. """' ,
linn Kate Stewart. conductions. ; Mrs John A.: : personal trial of Blood Ilitlm U better e"
IiiKhee assnclate ennductress Mrs. (>. W. Hno Deafness Cannot be Curedby ,
ill*. Adah ; Mrs.: J. R. Wa knr. Unth;; Mrs. F. A. The BelOIt ICeiiKMly for Croll I'. than thousand yrlnte'l testimonials, no t.fF'AoTunEns Of
r Morgan Esther; Mrs.J. 1... Carruthers Martha local applications, an they cannot don't hesitate to write for a free sample.
i. Mrs.[ .T. T. Wetnore !Marshal ; Miss Zandie reach the diseased portion of the ear. (From the Atchison Kan., Dally Olobe.) It you suffer from ulcers, eCE.ma.llcrol.: Sash
IiJrr. '''' THAOC MARKS llte.art. Electa. There U only one way' to cure Deafness'! '1'11111111 I the season when the woman ho ula, blood poison, cancer, eating sores, Doors Blinds.
DESIGNS
COPVRICHTS AC.Anvrm and that Is by constitutional remedies. knows: the best remedlns for croup I I..* In Itching skin, pimples, bolls, bone pains
**.Tii11nif a MkHrh and tMir1ptlnn mar Notice. Deafness is caused by an inflamed condl- demand In every nelhb({ rliood. One of swelling. rheumllllHm, cietarrb or any M( Hiding & Building Material.
nnl In Kiv iwrvrlnin onr 4>|>mlnn true whether nil tlon of the mucous lining of the Eustachian the most terrible things In the world Is robe blood or akin disease, we advIse you to
:: r:'mo' fi
HHC Piitent rriM*. ultlmt tagen sirenof., J"r:: ."Co.ustcnwi. A.Jos.. P. Brown as Sheriff and .,. 9t recvt of the Estate of J.C. Stink
."...,.11 ...>tic Sckntiflc rltan.A Insnlvenoy of the estate of saM. "lecea>e4l.'herefore l. closed Deafness Is the result, and unless, be lost I If* case of croup as a revolver Is blood or skin diseased, because Botanic ] S. C.
Jlm a IlM'r.'IO" having. ( cUlms against sal.
hsnUininRly IllnatnUnd WPkI,. nnemt rlrcalMlon them. properly are hereby auth required..ntlcat il to In apear m j Court soul on Ale or this tube reatored to II. normal condition sedto bo an old fashioned remedy for the blood cure where all else falls, heals Sash Weights Cord and
furmontiI of :any smantlllo ldliyaJI)*>urniU. ncwadnalcn.'I'arnis. CJynor. a before the 4th flay "I April. I'HU.: tearing will be destroyed forever; nine roup, known a* bireiyrup and tolu, but every sore, makes the bloml pure and I ,
MUNN & Co.3810'9'4New York Ordered this 2nd day of September, A. I).1903. cue out of ten are caused by catarrh some mothers say that Chamberlain's rich gives the skin the rich glow of

[Seal A. D. TKNOEY which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition Cough| Remedy Is better and does not health. II. II. J B., the most perfect blood Hardware.
Brsoeta ViSas. 035: F t.o Wssblmrton.Do li '
lanvZTinar County Jod e. of the mucous surfaces. oat no much. It causes the patient to purifier made. Thoroughly te"te.llor31.1

We will give One Hundred Dollars foray throw up th* phlegm" quicker and years. Cost f 1 per large bottle at drugstore Window and Fancy Glasf
OLD LEAD FOR SALE. In any quantity WANTED TRUSTWORTHY OENTLK- case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) Jti.e. relief In shorter time. (Jive this *. To prove It cures, sample of
at the ADVOCATE office.Foley's :business for In an old each'established enunty I to house manatee of that cannot be cared by Hall's Catajrh remedy "as soon M the croupy cough an- Blood Balm sent by writing mood IIaim A SPECIALTY.

solid financial standing. A straight bone flute Cure. Head for circulars free pears and It will prevent the attack. It Co .Atlanta na. Desert trouble and ---
weekly cash salary of fl M)> paid by check each.. F. J. CHEXEV* Co., Toledo, O. lever falls and Is pleasant and safe to free medical advice lent In sealed letter.

Honey ana Tar Wednewlay.. Money with all"advance"expenses" for ttfreel......n from_. headquarter. Manager I' ::V-SOld' by all DruggUt 7c.hail's take.o'or sale by all druggists and medIcine J3T: Tbl. Is an honest offer-medicine Foley's Honey and Tar

cures colds prevents pneumonia. ;340 Cutout< lllilg, Chicago. 2jao3 Family Illls are tbe bast. dealers. cot at once, prepald.I. forchi/drcaMfe,8urc. No opiAtes.


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r a tjYa, .' r 4.. EAST COAST ADVOCA TR. NOVEMBER lot 1902.

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President WM. M. BROWN Vfce
JAMES. PBITCHABI, ; ,
vY :: ''r -r EAST COAST ADVOCATE BREVARD COUNTY COURT, C. S. ScuuYtEK, Cashier, W. S. BKANSina, Aist. Cashier.Preal6e>t

t,,;,, ,- The County Court convened on Monday I'

L ,y A WBBKbY JOOE L DBVOTBD TO TUB D V LOFMBNT Nov. 10, 1002, Judge A. D. Penney INDIAN I RIVER STATE BABE
,:r OF THB INDIAS BIYXH, LAKBWOBTBAHD presiding and D. L. Gauldon prosecuting.
! ( ''i BUOATBB BAY BOTIOHS. J. Sanders/: prosecuting attorney for 1 1e
r Dade county, was sworn la ns acting Health COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
prosecuting attorney to prosecute the
PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAT.H.
t 1 1I P Walden boys, as D. L. Oaulden was disqualified FOR A QUARTER 1 M Authorized capital, $ looccf|
having taken the defence before 1' Paid up capital -
I: r r CAatae WALTON, Editor d: Publisher.Discontinuance he was appointed prosecuting attor People who have torpid liven find life a miser- Average deposits, Sioo.oool$25,000!
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able'existence, and take purges and drastic drugs
i il, of atlvtg. must be made peronully ney.State of Florida vs Carrie Allen (col.), vhkb grip and rack the bowoto when all they Deed lea -
t lr at this office or by writing. charged: with assault and battery, was gentle reminder to the aver to do lu duty. Transacts a General
continued at the request of I>. L. Oauld BanM
Check,eto.,may be made payable to CMABLKR en. F. J. Webb defended Carrie Allen. A MOD'S LIVER PILLS

H. WALTOH,pubJJ,her. State of Florida vs F. F. Edwards, was Business
charged with Improved exhibition of a J DTONla PELLETS I

Address all ootumunloatlon toEAS'r dangerous weapon. The jury found the Ian .tlmula...-tbe liver to Itnl '' '' '
mild In their ictlon. The pilla '
; Largest ,,and Oldest Bank
d defendant not guilty F. J. Webb, de. on the Rlvff
4 .COAST ADVOCATE, fended. 11 proper work, and the pollen ln"ironu( the system aa a/ ? ; ,

TITUSVILLB FLORIDA. State:) of Florida vs F. F. Edwards, whole; In abort, they both assist Nature which is all a t i Exchange bought and sold on all r' I.IJII',; ij

___ ._ .. charged with resisting an officer with medicine should do. Remember that 25 down for 29 k 1 Countries.
j -- -- --- ----- a
days costs 26o. You can have a tree sampls If l
(L U. S. Department of Agriculture knife. This race was sent to the Circuit you want it. s'i' Patronage appreciated. Prompt *n\ ,,"I,,,.
Sate F..1. Webb defended. r t treatment,and every favor cunslHtanirvauve \ ,rh,,: ,C;
:, Weather liurenii-Jupiter, Flu. :: of Florida vs O. 8./: Hart,charged BROWN MFQ. CO. r.. I banking grantutl
+ with carrying concealed weapon. Continued New York CORRESPONDENTS88aboarcl
at the request of D. L, Gaulden. + r Ir National Bank of New i t
The following is a comparative statement State of Florida vs Eugene Walstlno, and Greeneville, t may tea, A.M "1: S r National Dank of Jacksonville, Fla rat
11 r' t of and rainfall for the '
temperature charged; with petit larceny. Defendant Tenn. Tl'rIJ
vIZ.zE rL.A1.
f weekending Tuesday, Nov. 11, 1002. pleaded guilty; and was fined $25 and ? ,
t -1902- -1901- costs or 05 days at hard labor. -
DATE.: MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. -State of Florida vs Jerne \Waldren,
( 5 81 71 t-!(U 66!) colored,charged with beating his way on Till': SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
/ (0 79 71 71 62 the train. Defendant pleaded guilty.

h .7 71)) 72 76 59 and was fined $25 and costs or five
1 I 8 77 (H 7ft 01a : .months at hard labor. Sold by It. R. WILSON bON TITUBVII.I.K.
78 (64 78. (U i i Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I !State; of Florida vs Ashburv Walden ,
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y l; 1 11 78 71 78 72 John Henry Walden, all colored,charged GOOD ROADS AND COUNTY ORANGES WILL BE LATE. .m
Total rainfall for the week: 1.03 with aggravated assault. Jury brought, r ..

1 4 Departure from normal rainfall for the In a verdict of guilty of simple assault. COMMISSIONERS ASSO'N.JACKSONVILLE Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick,,,,,,
t'' week: plus 0.43 Inches. Departure Tbey were each fined tty and costs or According to the present outlook, says ,
-', i from normal rainfall since January 1, thirty days at hard labor. .J. Sanders/ the Fruit World, oranges will be later
1 g minus 10.22 Inches. prosecuted and D.> L. Gaulden and M. ; FLA., Nov. 1, 1002. than last year, and unless there be continued Offices foot of Hogan. Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No, 1$, \

i HAL. P. HARBIN, Observer. Goldsmith defended. Editor East Coast Advorate; cold nights and weather favorableto J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager: .
_._._ State of Florida vs Mrs. Louise Moore, coloring the fruit, It Is figured that
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charged with petit larceny. Defendantwas adjourned meeting the County the shipments will be two or three weeks .____ it
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+ # Commissioners", and Good Roads Association later.
Now that the election is over and discharged.State
of Florida Davis of Florida will be held at the Boardof Orange), on the whole are rather
vs Splnk ,
i politics taking a rest let our renders
with Trade Rooms, Jacksonville, 10:30: a. there few districts &
fI charged petit larceny. Defendantwas green yet, although are a Baker
I ;I i i remember the fact that Jack discharged. F. J. Webb defended. m., Wednesday, :No*. 26, 1002. whore scattering groves are showIng MeMurray
11 i sonville will soon have a Gala Week. State of Florida vs Mamie Davis, The meeting will be of vital importanceto color and shippers are disposed to ,
r, charged with petit larceny. Defendant the people of the entire State. Important figure on a late season. No purchasing
I' A was discharged. F. J. Webb defended.R. amendments. existing laws :will be I has been done as far as we can learn 401-4:13: East': Bay Street. Jacksonville, Florida
f i BROTHER.Editors, how would you A. Ilardoe and R. G. Ilaideo vs : acted upon as suggested bj the Legislative except In a few of the fancy fruit districts ., 1
all like to see Congressman Robert John D. Teeter. This case was con i Committee. An- effort will also be where .shippers wished to make 1.'o. -Makers and Jobbers of-> 'f
'Y. Davis elected next Governor of. tinued at the request of D. L. Gaulden, made to secure a part of Indian War sure of a supply of the best fruit
who represented the Hardees. F. J. Claim Fund recently collected to assist It was recently estimated that owing
Florida? ((/r can you find a more the several counties of the State in bnild- Vehicles Harness and Material
Webb looked after John it. Teeter's Intel to the long drought In Florida, the orange Carriage Wagon
worthy man-one who has the Interests 'eat. h..jljlood roads. The quest!,,>n of Government crop would not exceed 000,0(10( ,
Q, +1 of this State more at heart aid in the construction of Im'rovedhlgbways boxes, but some orange men say that
i M ? than the above popular Congress SENATOR QUAY: AT ST. LUCIE. Board will\ be considered. Every the) have received later advices that the Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
of County Commissioners In the
I ; man? Spea out. --- State should be represented and every I Hist.damago Is not as great as thought. at First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

On Friday afternoon last, United States good roads advocate ought to be present _. .
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Senator accompanied by his colleague 1- The improvement highways will
.4 SOME: people complain about United States Senator Ponrose, do much toward the development\ of the JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK

I 1 ,1 ? others breaking the Sabbath, by Insurance Commissioner Durham, Congressmen resources of Florida along substantial Lumber and Building Material

i going hunting on Sundays ; and Burke and Foerderer, and several lines, and commands the earnest attention .
h now Sheriff Lesley, of Ilillaborough city officials of Philadelphia passed of every good citizen.As The 'sixth annual Jacksonville 'Gala
through TItusvllle! on the :) s private the meeting will be held during Week (Nov. 24 to 20)) of 1Do<>: promises to
county, Fla., says he intends put- %We keep everythlcg required in the building line from the brick foundation to
car, en route to Senator Quay'swinter Gala Week and the railroads offer reduced be the most Interesting, attractive and
ting a stop to bunting wild! game home at St. Lucie, where they rates from all points in Florida, the successful in the history of this great = the ridge cap, including
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,; r d, l' ". on that day as it is a violation of will remain until Congress meets, enjoy. meeting should be well attended. The carnival of music and merriment. Thousands SASIIJDOORS AND BLINDS, PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.

: '! the law. What do Brevard and ing themselves fishing and hunting. coming Gala Week will be a whirlwindof have enjoyed these festivities\ In the SPEC1IALTIES: : Masurys Paints and Varnishes, Neponsett fc Parold Rooting
l Dade Senator Quay's many friends are pleasedto music and mirth. Come. past, thousands more are coming this .Paper.
residents think of it?
county have him on Indian River again. .J. W. WHITE. Secretarv.. year; Many new and novel attractions EAST
COAST
LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
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Referring to-the genial Senator: the have been secured for this year that must
i''. + JACKSONVILLE: is to have another Tlmen-Union and Citizen say: Fresh add to the interest and enjoyment of the -
from the political field Jn Pennsylvania, TO THE ADVOCATES OF GOODS ROADS.- occasion.
1} Gala Week, and that it will be a where he successfully engineered the There will be an immense Trades Display Hodges O'HaraJ
success goes without saying. The campaign; of Governor-elect Pennypacker Having conversed with quite a numberof unique and gorgeous Fantastic Pa-
'
'' I? United Senator good; road advocates in regard!: to the rade beautiful
? comingevent will probably eclipse States Matthew S. a Floral Parade, the Baby
..
Nor Quay, "Florida' third Senator! Indian War Claim, I have concluded that Show Parades of the .Manufacturers and DealersJIn.: .. ,
',. all others, for the merchants of the : ,\ arrived City; Departments
the Good Rends
Association will be ableto Rough
In Jacksonville, Friday, op his way to and Militia numerous interesting: conventions
metropolis of Florida are a progressive his Florida home 'at /St. Lucle. The:Senator : do more than any other factor I in the Masked Balls, Colored Peoples' and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER

i t ; set of men who do not do was accompanied by A party of /State: and I hope every Good Roads As- Day (Nov :aotli.! ). /Street: Shows, etc., etc. Dressed
1 v things by halves. Now, boys (and friends, who were with him In a private' sociation In Bievaid county will send Don't forget the Celebration in honor Orange. Box 'leads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. 'Moulding; Shingles; etc.
"' oar They reached hens over the Southern delegates lo the meeting to be held in of New Jacksonville. Free out-door attractions :Mills end office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
w girls, too), get yourselves in readiness Railway the forenoon, and the car Jacksonville Nov. 20
for Jacksonville's Gala Week. was quickly atta,-\bed to an East Coast This will be an Important meeting:, and prizes for all parades. Special low rates ---------------- --
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iI ,. train, the party being here only a few ns the rate will be low, 'Bnd everyone on all railroads. ---r--- I

MR. Willis M. Ball, late business minutes. In spite of the fatlque of an welcome, I hope every advocate of good The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House in the State
roads In the coun'y111 attend.
active campaign like that just concluded
t"r manager of the Pensaoola News, Senator Quay is In splendid health, and Very respectfully, Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and
: has JOHX R WAI.KEU, colds: ; reliable, tried and tested, safe and
i resigned to accept a position haft come to Florida nrauned trt Anlriv
I kyy \ as city editor of the Florida Times himself with a few weeks nf-- e'\i';\on.- Chairman U'd of Co. Coins. sure. Hold:) by B. R. Wilson & Son "VV't'C.: A. Sours: & Co. i
)
Union and Citizen. Mr. Ball is It Is probable that the entire party will
.
f .f tt t .. ,,; said to be a newspaper man of exceptional when be at St.they Lucie will be for called about back three to weeks Phila, JENSEN.-r-- GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

j ability, and the ADVOCATE delphia t by the press of duties. Mr.

1,' { ':' : Joins his host of friends in Quay's Included family was not with him. The AL FRESCO IIOTE JEYSEN, FLA. Flour, Grits, 'Meal\ and Fertilizers
.I party :Senator
: Insurance
I t t t wishing him every success in his Pep rose, Center of Pineapple Belt.
r Commissioner Durham
new sphere of labor in the Congressmen aT, LfnTIS. MOo 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
r )4'... 1 metrop Burke and Foeiderer, and several t;. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.The 'W
oIls of Florida.! the city officials of Philadelphia. They prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near Agts.; for Puiiua Feed.:: Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. li'y. and Plant System,
q.l1.i n left, Philadelphia early Thursday morning the Ocean.. Fine Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable Letters and
:, and had a fast run over the Southern Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention.
is
'tJ IT very gratifying to us to receive Hallway. JOHN U. PARK, Owner and Proprietor.

I l 1 t I so many complimentary let- While Mr. Quay may go: back to Phlla- P.
tern in connection with the con. delphia within! the next few week, it Ruhlman <&' CO.

l $ ducting of the ADVOCATE ; but we will be.only for a few day,,, and from The Pioneer \
now until Congress: meets he will sptnd Cooperage.
appreciate them all the more when practically all his time at Ida homo on 201 Washington/ St l 1 NEW YORK.
"; d we receive a check for another the East VOI\I Murray Street. J 1.r N. Y. .

t year's subscription. Of late, we of Florida's staunchest friends since betook manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expeditiously "

t have no reason to complain, for up residence here, !and he has become When In need of a tank, write me for estimate, as I can fill your order to perfection.
/so Identified with the State that HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-
? r we have added the names of a large Floridians like to call him Florida's third TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla. '.

number of new subscribers to Senator. J.or1.da :
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fast-increasing subscription list, .
r .4 all along the East; Coast. MARRIAGE OF MAJOR A. ST. THE BUCKET: BUFFET, And: craperr-u.l.1: : : ;

CLAIR ABRAMS.On :210! ( Sixth street, WASHINGTON D. C. We
THE people take represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish f o represent
way paper and Monday afternoon, at four o'clock, Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar houses Washington
you also. Give us trial
for a
it
carries
pay Joy to the editor's at St. shipment. Established 30 years.
} Augustine Major Alexander St. All of the best brands In stock and the low
i t heart, but the way some people take Clair Abrams was quietly married to prices as as any house In the city..

t it and don't pay for it of ten" makes Miss Daisy Hood Sllgh: of Miami, says Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 216 Sixth Street:) ,
him wonder how they can derive the Jacksonville Metropolis. The ceremony facing the National Hotel, and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania station. ESTABLISHED: !: 1870.
# which was marked Its
any pleasure from reading a paper was performed by Bishop by simplicity W. J.- JOHN E. BUCKET, Proprietor, 216 Sixth Street, WASHINGTON, D. c.Taber's .

1 .I : that f is not worth paying for, says Kenny, In the Chapel of :St. Joseph's M. Lane &

t ; an exchange. The business man Academy, which was tendered the bride Son
;
Ii'' who gives his home printing office ciation.by the slaters as a special mark of appre 'moos ,

'q'l' m the go-by and gets cheap stationery The wedding: was strictly private, the 230 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK. '
II\l\. from a traveling fakir ought not only\ attendants being: the mother and
) to the home sister of the bride, and Mr.\ W. It. Carter Have an enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true to name--
k expect to to
paper try
very important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of
I' of Jacksonville satisfied Southern
,I: '. boom his business. Treat vour The bride-who Is said to hA 1ft vnnr customers Is the United States Government, for whom we are growing special Fruit and Produce
1 home office right and the paper will old-Is a very attractive- and charming l hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive .
} }1 help your business. girl, and greatly admired by all who Orchard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit tree, Shade trees, Roses
know her for her and Ornamentals Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free. OOt'C.r.c..1ss1on.: :
sweet; womanly quali :: Morcharits.: ::
*i ON ties. She:) has. been a student at St.:) GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, G. L. TABER, PROPRIETOR,
our second page will be found Joseph's Academy, where she baa been .
Glen Saint .
r t ,i outs of the Walton Patent Self.! prosecuting her studies music. The Mary, Florida. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
bride is favorite with --- -
Locking Tackle Block. This block a great the sisters, -

has been on exhibition at tile Mechanics' who warmly congratulated her after the Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

lI 1' Fair, Boston, where it was ceremony.The groom Is one of the most brilliantand Buffalo Gasoline Motor. --

#r Mt i examined by thousands of people, successful lawyers in Florida. He

aiany of whom spoke in the highest has been a prominent figure the State's Mason
I M.
a ; terms of it. The block was not on history for years. IS ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE Clark
The bridal
al-a- sale couple will reside at Mrs. ,
at the Fair, but over 1,500 :
ya orders Armstrong's, Ollmore street, near Riverside
,V were left with Capt. J. O. Wali avenue, Jacksonville, where Major h I i'I IN ALL WEATHER.

s ton before the closing of the Fair. Abrams has been living for some time. When Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant.
you get disgusted
with
*i f The blocks are now being made by The ADVOCATE) Joins. their numerous
friends In wishing Major and Mrs. Ab-
Walter Coleman & Sons, of Providence rams every happiness and prosperity. cheap engines try the SPECIALTIES
R. I., who are known to be :

i among the best block manufactur OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL- 1 BUFFALO.GEO. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.

ers in the United! States. A sample ton's Ilapld Calking Tools now In use R. WALLACEt _
r of this block may be seen in the by boat owners in the United States. Florida
ADVOCATE office. Price $ .OO and 8.00 each, at the ADVOCATE West Palm Beach, Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
office, Titusville, Fla. *
110 Murray Street and 166 Welt Street, NEW YORK.

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rest Palm Beach. Eden.The Sebastian. Melbourne. GEORG MARX JOHN MARX.


1VI. .R JE3-c:: <:>S.

,aa. Stone baa accepted position weather at present Is simply per- Miss McCain:\ of Cedar Keys, Is here on : ..
OOODK A; AOUDtI.-Real! Estate and txiann.
side. feet
the East tu
lostoffice on every way. visit her brothers.W. .
a to Agent For .tttua, London and Liverpool and

K. Moses contemplating a Col.' S. F. Travis Ololm, Providence Washington and Hun Fire WHOLESALE GROCERS
W made brief
s. a visit to II. Lnnnard of Eau Gallie, visited Inmiranre. special attention paid to the '
J to Jacksonville for a two weeks'SV. this place last Tuesday. friends here, Saturday.G. interentx of nou-rofilcleutii. .

I Nearly all our bean land is planted and U. (Hall and daughter Julia visited -
Doll and family of Hudson N. the crop bids fair to be large. relatives Titusvllle last,week. DR I-. A,, l'EEI-PHVIIII'1A1f AM 8rm KON.KealiUMuo Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Coiner
have arrived .and are located In the Mellwnrno. Call iiulllu, Tuentlay .
and
|ht cottage on the; East side. Our popular County Commissioner M. E. Hall and Fritz Light attendedthe Friday afternoon

Mr. Bell, visited our settlement; tho first lodge meeting: at Melbourne, !Saturday
k.J E. lugraham: third vlce-presl- of the n eek.J. evening. Jl3P Subscriptions for the AD.VOOATK Day and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

l'of the Florida! East Coast Railway, the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
L-tl; through here Sunday morning I O. Fries, our County Surveyor, was l'tIfII.S.: Hitching aud her two grandchildren ; received the Melbourne rostoffico.

an official trip to Miami. here on Monday and Tuesday, surveying Helen and Curd :Schroeder arrived WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

for J. II. LeTourncau. from Cocoa, Friday! e'venlng.
', and Mrs. L-. O. Eaton left, Monday, S. T. Mlddloton Is catching some fine
j L few weeks' stay In Jacksonville. It Mrs. George Saeger, of Ankona, was There will be social (ID the Union large trout now. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

inestly hoped that the worthy Doo11 calling at Elverton and Edenwood the church, Saturday evening. The funds go Seed Potatoes, Seed! Peanuts and Cow Pens In season.ga"we .
A number of
his strength and be with latter part of last week. towards tho Christmas tree. Everybody: our young people spenta
\| recover is cordially Invited. very enjoyable evening, Monday, at solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables,
[gain soon J. II. LoTourneau hud the misfortune the Inn. ,
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The commercial visited ---- ---
to lose valuable following men - ---- -- -- -- -
a bona I
ho, ladles of the Free Reading: Room hue day last Frank Pee has been In Melbourne for
their has had week, from an attack of colic. I our merchants this week: E. K.: Grimes, .
that room a great
I several days, but buxluos at Fort Pierce Eau Gallie.
T. W. Gilllin
J. L. LuKlls. L. M. Murray
liii able of M .
under the management rsSi
Mrs. W. F. Richards und Mrs. S. F. and i'hailos Hartis. called him there.
Anthony. The room Is opened Webb took advance of the cool weather TIRED AND

Sinuously from :2:30: p. m., until I II) p. I to drive to Fort Pierce, last Monday. :Mrs. J. A. Jliulnon( and Miss May Hudson visitor Our streets are neat and clean, and H. M.\ Ulmor, of Valdosta, In one of 1 WORN OUT.Women .
Applications fora permanent 11 bm- tit the 'Orchaids" for few say Melbourne is one of the
[ are a days. the foremen In charge of the turpentinefarm
i
MesdamesMillorand W. F. Wolfe went cleanest towns In Floiid
solicited. Mrs. Hudson will
& are spend the winter at west of Plan: (btllie.Mr .
to Jensen, on Tuesday, to do some shop Tibbnls, while Mills Hudson will returnto Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I. Metcalf, of Palm I l
and wife arrivctweek'
Ir. Guy and Livingston are pleasantly located InIr ping, and returned by light of the moon. Arkansas within few weeks.A Beach, tie In Melbourne, spending some and Mrs. Halght and 1 son taro now

Mis.V.[ R. Ilardee and her lit. time in their river front home. In Kau: bathe, settled In the Splllor:
winter home on the East side. Mr. bright candy pull was given at the home of home on Eau Gallie river

Jingston/ occupies the position of tick tie sun, Clifton, and Mrs. Young, of Jensen Mr. and Mis. Spr.ttts; Saturday evening.; Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore,of Koseland,

agent In the Royal Poinciana. Mis wore calling on Eden friends last Nearly all the young:( people attended, were the. guests of Mrs. Margaret/ M. dipt and Mrs. Symmonds of Knno-

loks, mother of Mrs. Livingston/ will Tuesday afternoon.The and loported a good time. As usual, Goode last Saturday: and Sunday. slut, WIs, have arrived, and are now

and the winter with her daughter.n Eden-Tlbbals school is enjoying they wound up with "the fautaxtlo." settled in their Eau Gtlllo home. !
Ruth
Mrs. Mend and daughter, Miss
old saying, that you can never toll a very successful session. The pupils are A most delightful; surprise party, was aud Mitts Ward, all of Michigan/ arrivedhere } The steamer Spartan Is having her

' [, will be president until after election, all devoted to the teacher, and everything held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. 1) last week, and have rented the boiler repaired and put Into complete

fvcs true in our case. :Mr. (t. J. Chllfesworth is moving on very smoothly Hall, Friday evening, in honor of our rbilllpH cottage on tho blult. We extend order. 1'ho work Is being done In I Hodgson's

was elected Mayor of West S. F. Webb Is making many alterations charming school teacher Miss Ella C. a welcome to those pleasant people. yard. Needa

1m Beach, last Tuesday. As the NewsI and Improvements to the Intel 101' of his l Singleton's: birthday. Thoso being present Mrs. R. W Goode sent dozen Capt. J. II. Andrews, of Tlbbnls, bus
one quart
I I it was a friendly contest between \ were, Mr. and Mrs. Groves, Alias his Dixie
dwelling, which include painting, In of and canned sloop, hauled out on 1(0.11&MQn'a ( .
i of our best citizens. We congratuthe which he is assisted by the wellknownIlrtl8t. Annie Groves Miss Annie Smith, Miss jars guavas pineapples, ways. The vessel will bn overhauled constant supply of blood-maUlnp material \
I town in the re-election of ,Mar. AV. W. Luce. Florida Hitching( Miss: Amy ICItchiog and pickled, to our :State: Fair, from Mel and painted. ortlieirtiystpiimwlll l>rt>nkio\vu.
I ill DeBerry. and Tom Howes. bou rne. C. K. Colliding has also sent an female organism Is

The Ladies' Aid Society held its usual exhibit to our State: Fair, consisting of M. W. Fry, of Valdosta, has a gang: If no delicately adjusted as to be easily l

In speaking of the business changes In meeting on Thursday afternoon, of las Great credit Is due our teacher and her ix tine large frame of nice views of Mel colored men on the turpentine farm went thrown out of balance. As result,

it week's issue, it should have read week. It was decided that an afternoon pupils in the way the Ice cream supper bourne and, surrounding country to be of Eau: (Millie Another gang of hands health and strength; are atlected by

It Lansing & Russell were to occupy tea would be held the second week In and entertainment was managed, Wednesday exhibited there. are shortly expected. divers OUcnMoa./ ilotherliood i, family

I store building recently vacated by December, at which a number of useful afternoon, for the purpose of The of Melbourne met society all. levy such drains upon her ,'
voters
legal: Archdeacon. F. Brown will holdservice
thony Bros. Lansing & Russell have articles will be offered for sale. ralHlog money to procure an Amoi lean last Stewart's hal Htrcnuth that mont women break under
Monday evening, I at at St. Johns church on Sunday
"Model and for the school house. There
*nod a Pharmacy, are Halt were the nervous tension. The deninudi
Spared to serve the public with the Mrs. N. Saunders and J. II* LeTourneau over one hundred present among them to hold a caucus. The following candidates morning next, tho l liHh last, at 10:111:: upon her nervous strength are much I
have been for several weeks wore nominated: C. II. Stewart, o'clock. All Invited Boats free.
tc drugs and toilet articles in the way busy were eighteen of theVestel'D Union tel ; creator than similar dcrimndn of the

0,erfunies, soaps and everything con moving fences, trees, etc., and clearing egraph employees. After the entertainment mayor; C'has. Campbell, clerk and and collector treasurer Kau Galllo U fast filling up with winter opposite sex Ilenco shoo roust be sup
M. G. Ellis marshal
' [toil with a first-class drug store. up the right-of way In front' of their several was over, all adjourned to S. Kitch- ; ; guests, and late corners are evidently plh'1111I greater inenoura with the tie- t
O. S. Hnodeker S. M. Martin and Chas.
places, getting ready for the shell, ing's hall, where a most delightful dance going to find suitable accommodations meat-iron-that gives strength. The

J here Is no cough medicine! so popular which soeins to be gradually approachng! was indulged I In. On Saturday evening' ,: T. McKildo, aldermen.The scarce. There li"} room for another gOld rvawin women feel tired sad worn out ,

Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains Last Friday, Joseph Webb Richards seven of the telegiiiph: employees found following I Melbourneltes went to boarding house. sad suH'cr front lU'ndachet tuiln* In the q

I opiates or poisons and never fails tole. celebrated his list birthday. Ile was their way back to Sebastain. They say Kau: Gallie, last Monday, to attend the The firm of A Klnnalnl hack' and limbs, etc., la because' they
we have charming young ladies funeral of Ex-Governor Gloason, who livery Taylor ( have usitl their of iron.
Sold by 13. R. Wilson A Son. surprised in the afternoon by the arrival many have all they cnn attend to, with uu Increasing up supply
of several of his infant lends, with their died at his home, Hotel Grenada, on demand for both horse and l\Il1ltttruntloll trouble 1 I..* largely caused
and Saturday night, Nov. 8, UK)).'': The by luclc: of Iron.
guardians, I and had a very pleasant party. Mrs. M. L. Foster Miss Gladys vehicles. More will be added to the
Stuart. lie received a number of very handsome Foster visited Melbourne recently, in Mendames W. Metcalf., F. Wenthcrwax, stock hand l
presents. older to have dental work done. K. I'. Branch, F. 11. Fee, It. W. Goode, on very shortly. Dr. Harter's

Messrs. W. Metoalf, K: P. Branch, F. Cards announcing the coming marriage -
Mr. and Mrs. C. A: Robinson took
Mr. Stanton, representing: the Putnam a Miss Irene Braddockoneof Sebastian's II. Fee, It. W. Goode F. Weatherwax.U. of Miss Annie ioiula nod, !Mr. Ue.au-.
jolly party. to the meeting the Gilbert'sJJar social favorites, made pleasant visit to H. Sedekor Leon Adams and Cupt West of Melbourne have bean received '
chine and Iron Works, of Palatka, Yacht Club ,last Mrs. jean, Iron Tonic
Saturday.: the M loses Jorgensen,of GI'antlust week.
Is In town Wednesday. Robinson was hostess for the day. All uud tho Missus Weatherwax. by their friends lu Eau Oalllo. We ex

R. G. Hardee left, Thursday last! with tend best wishes l advance
fcolan Platt and bride arrived Tuesday report a particularly pleasant meeting,
jht, and left Monday morning, on the but a rather rough boat ride home againstthe his fishing crew for points down the Asleep Amid "laiiics. In our Items last weeks, Miss Holf. supplies this! element. It enriches the
river. He to be for some blood and restores what strain baa
then norther. expects away Is credited from Brunswick Ua.
,il I hack for future home at Annie. time.G. Breaking Into a blazing home, some man used lip. '
This Is Miss Hoffman
Is
[ossrs. Poppelton and McFarland left, The young people are very busy getting the Sebastian firemen lately dragged: tho sleeping Inmates an el'ror. as Augusta, Ark., Mar 10, 1101.\
B. Hall raised the flag at from Orangoburg, S. C. Miss Hoffman ,
entertainment for the benefit
up an from death. Fancied HAft r hnvlnff' oM Pr. remedies
security Hartef'l
nday morning, in Mr. Poppleton'snch and ,
and Cinclnnatus Farms, Friday will spend the winter In Eau Gallie. r
I
the committeeis I rcnnmmvndthem.
of the Sunday School As for tblrtyyear ran rtienrfully
and death It's that when
near.
the Thelm, for a cruise as far school way you '
Saturday In honor of our popular 1 inluht add that I
lith as the Florida keys and Key West. composed of Mesdames Webb McMill teacher's birthday. neglect coughs and colds. Don't do It. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Stlckney have F' holdin.ptteIulfavorl'lr.llsrter' .-

len and Miller, and our popular and efficIent Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption taken possession of Oleander, cottage on Iron Tonic, and would t

unday morning the yawl rigged yacht, school teacher, Miss Uawarth, the Sebastian has been favored with a visit gives perfect protection against all Houston street, their southern home for reoommend It a* tb. vary

nan: rf Daytona, entered our port with affair is sure to be a success. from Miss Amy Kltchinf!, who expect throat, chest and lung tioublos. Keep it the winter. Mrs. Can Held, Mrs. Stick-: bed' prepnrntton with. To of wrak Iron, I wnrn-out am aoqitalntad r

I A. Walker and W II. Gregg aboaid. to leave shortly\ for ;Stuart.: Sebastian's near, and avoid suITeilug, death and doc ney's mother, Is expected to join them women, and those troubled with nrrvoiinnim

lose gentlemen: are making: their annual A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY.. loss Is Stuart's gain. tor's bills.. A teaspoonful stops a late later. pnordlK*>tlon. and pnte, tiuu
liiao of the East Coast. Mr. Walker Is blood, 1 believe I it to be a pnnnocn.
N.Patterson, night policeman of Nashua, cough, peislstent use the most stubborn. Capt. C. J. Symmonhs of the 7th V. .
bin artist Mrs. James! A. Hudson Is spending a ".I.B. Wltit: :luioH, Drullllltto"II"
Charleston S. C. and is an
la., wipes: "Last winter I had a bad few days at her home here. We sincerely III\rmloK8 and nice tasting, It's, guaranteed S. Cavalry, In ei pec ted In Eau Gallle In

considerable note, and Mr. Gregg was cold ou my lungh and tried at least a half hope that she will, ere long, return to to satisfy by B. K. Wilson & Son. a week or two. Captain SyinmomU Is a lot(MniiM ikil stirs( Ilttll.OII..IIII..I.. ..> n
lone time of the :South
vice-president : dozen advertised medicines and I'llce ullcts and $1. 'l'I'lalbot.tIe8 (I'ee.
cough live us permanently.School son of Capt. It. WymmonilH, who has n
White Lead Co. of St. Louis Mo among
fi had treatment from two physicians with- line sloop nud also a winter residence at
bey left,eaiiy. Monday morning their friend / Superintendent Mims visited
out getting any benefit. A recommended Eau Gallie.The \
I lit for points south. Mr. Gregg: Is a Foley's Honey and Tar, and the school home this week\ lie expressed St. Lucie. Rockledge-Cocoa. ,

mber of the Halifax River Yacht club, two-thirds of a bottle cured me. I con. himself as being highly pleased with the I oholr of St, Johns Episcopal

I.1 1 the Orlan tiles the club fl.ig. nldered It the greatest cough and lung thoroughness of both teacher and pupils.Mrs. church at this point Is now organized): !
Mr. Sands we understand on the sick with the following talent: Misses| )[0-1 Some oranges are being shipped from a
In the woild. Wilson A Sou
V E. Rea and G. W. Thomas boarded medicine Lawson left Tuesday for the
Ivey list, and returned to Palatka. Millan, Newell anti Hopkins, and Mown. Iljokledge !groves
i. Itel '" launch, Sunday, for a trip tcje Lake City to take In the state Fair I and Northwood, Hodgson and Tylander, with
Lost the examination
Friday was monthly
Gilberts Bar life-saving station. All Tibbals.Mrs. visit relatives. Dining her absence Miss Lionel Chase was a passenger on the Miss A. Florence Hodgson organist
school.
In the
Cocoa
Knt well until they slatted on the re Ruby is the guest of Mrs. W. (J. Braddock northbuuud train on Sunday on a busIness and director.

Jin trip, when the motor would not jr.Geo. trip. Mr. and Mrs. 0 J. Cutler and family

fnote, ;" so they borrowed the keeper's made short visit to his Ex-Governor W. H. Gleasnn, an ok arrived, Wudnesday, amid are domiciledIn
B, Hall a A of who
Kirby of Philadelphia Pa. arilv party Phlladelphlans, are
,
,
tboat. and prominent resldunt of Eau GwUlo.
Just after entering the St. Luf the of J. J. White's.Mrs. .
In Titusvllle the first of the week, new cottage
members of the Lucle club arrived
ed in our burg last week and will spend parents St. was Interred In the bUJ'lalltrolllldof
river the private
wind died out. At midnight;
leir wives became anxious and secur the winter with. daughters, Mrs. Geo little Mini. Hall accompanying him. The Friday evening. the family on Monday A large number K.: A. C'JII\'lIehlantl: her mother,

K: the services of Mr. Lane, they went E. Andrews. little lends lady wherever Is quite she a traveler and wins Duck shooting has boon the attractionthe of filonds l and. relative wore present Mrs. llrccit' came, last Tuesday, from I

rescuing expedition in Mr. Besaej's Mrs. Susie Cook, of West Palm Beach, goes. past few days, and will continue for at the last services over tho departed, their home In Connecticut to their win.

lunch. The wanderers were picked up spent several days here this week on i a Mrs. S. Knelling has returned after a some weeks, to the joy of the hunters. Gov. Gleason was well known all over tor home here.

out five miles from home-becalmed. visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs pleasant vbltof three weeks In Cocoa, fine this i state l'aul8hare.. arrived on Sunday from
considerable
J. U. Andrews. friends and reliltl ves. She broughtthe FlshtngU now, money
among Connecticut, to assist his brother In the
having been made the past week. Everyone Archdeacon It. F. llorwn, of Titus-
ANXIOUS MOMENTS.-Some of the Yachting parties are putting in their! new grandson with her. Evidently" knows fish are always plenty here. vllle, held services In Mt. Johns church preparation of the New Itockledgo hotel I
much earlier this an with her 'tis "the more, the merrier. for the winter season.
ust anxious hours of a mother's life are appearance year, on :Sunday: evening. A large! congregation

lime when the little ones of the house yachts are seen passing here daily cruisIng The social season of Sebastian was The new fish, house has'opened full was present. The choir, In charge Itev. Henry Kolgwln; the ,svnodlcal

Id have the croup. There is no other I down Indian River, ushered In by an oyster supper nt the blest, eight barrels being shipped the of Miss Hodgson( organist, consisted of missionary of the East: and South Florida

I''iliclue so effective in this terrible maly Improvements In various ways are the Union church for the benrht of the first day. Wade H. Jones Is at the head 1 the following/ ladles and gentlemen : Presbyteries, will prench In the Hock-

as Foley's honey and Tar. It Is a order of the day in our burg. W. II. Xmas tree fund. A large crowd, an of the business. We predict great success Missus McMillan, Newell and Hopklun ledge chapel next /Sunday: morning at 11

tmsehold favarlte for throat and lung Harris Is having erected tenant house I abundance of refreshments and pleasantweather with such an energetln man as every and Messrs. Hodgson and Northwood. o'clock.

("ubles, and as H contains no opiates ip and laundry combined, while others are combined to make the evening one knows Mr. Jones to be. We wUh ,
them 'success.Senator Miss (1 said, the principal of Cocoa
be safely given. renovating their river fronts, In planting complete siiccesx. HE : JfAil)1.Y GET UP.-P, school In Kockloilue Saturdaylast
WIIM on
trees and plants of various kinds and Mr. and Mis. G. B. Hall entertained a M. S. Quay and party arilvoi! H, Unify, ot Ashley, III., writes, "This soliciting, / sulwcilptlon for the per

Fort Pierce. making new lawns. few feuds on Tuesday! evening limt.I here Friday. evening. A warm welcome In 10 certify time I have taken two bot pose of purchasing an organ: for the
wale Mr. and Mr*. James from every man, woman and child is always i lot .1 Kuloy's Kidney Cine and it has
J F. Bell County Commissioner the I Those present school,
,
benevolent and]
extended to tilt
thrtu other medlclno.I .
helped mw moic
Mitts Groves MUs Singleton, any
Groves ,
the honor of recelviniirooie A. ,
5th district has Albert distinguished Senator, who greatly! beloved tiled many advertised rtmedlun, but Rev J, I'lllnbiiiy )preached an excellent
E W. Barnett T. II. Cooper,
\W. J. returned from at the election held at Jensen ,
Xesbitt Friday voters
und Mr. Green. Dainty re by all. We hope hi* stay may he none "I tll..1IIlav"/ ma any 'e1l..r. My sermon Inst Sunday morning.;
ui Gallie. then any candidate on the ticket. Stephens and beneficial to his health, and that he may druggist recommended 1"vlu'a Kidney The oonnienailori was quire|, small.! Mr.1'1I111l'lIry .
freshments were served a most enjoyable -
\V. C Rawlinson visitor Mr. Bell's unthlng efforts to give us good remain went to Tltusville to hold an
_was a pleasant long.Foley's Ouie: mid I ll uu* timed tuo. Before commencing '
town roads In his district, and to get the best evening spent.
Tuesday its use I wan Iu such a shape evuhing'service.
possible results for the money has won Is desirous of raining
Miss Singleton very that 1 could liAiillv get when once
up
sheriff Brown was a pleasant visitor Honey nod Tar always stops Arclidoiicon It. F. Hiown" conducted
for him the friendship and support o f funds with. which to buy.a flag for down. Hold by U. R. Wilson A Sun:;
'
town Wednesday. public spirited and enterprisingresidentIn school building and make sundry the cough/ and heal the lungs. Refuse services at 8t. Mark. church Cocoa, last
every her ,
I this the substitutes. !Sold: by Wilson fe Son. nml.iy: morning, thus" resuming his tier-
vicinity. At
County Surveyor Fries was doing some : other needed I mpl ovementll. vice which have been Interrupted durIng -

'rk here on Wednesday. Our people were very fortunate In the suggestion of a number of visiting young Georgiana. the summer by hi* vacation north.

Mr. and for appointment of Mils Beulah Uaworth as people an Impromptu social was given at AnkonaEldred.Plenty -
Mrs. Buck left Monday a'ck's
,
instructor of our public school, who Is the school house Wednesday evening, W. II. Hra vacation. Mr. Buck Is day tele- not only an accomplished lady but I la an for the benefit of the tuod. While the Mrs. Lena U..11la Improving rapidly.Mrs. this week, to occupy the new
iph
operator here elegant teacher which Is much appreciated crowd regaled themselves with delicious wind and still a few mosquitoes Dell Mun.on and son, Guy, took cottage of F. F. Taylor, or May cottage;
L. Moreton Murrey representing Marx It Is not the Ice cream the school rendered patriotic but word ho been received that !lr.
by the parents, as always on deck. tea with Mr. A. L. liiuuur on Monday
os., of Jacksonville, was visiting our that well educated Is a song and recitations, Interspersed with evening. Bradley too III to bll moved at this
case every
person
I'rcbants Wednesday Uaworth music by our local talent. On the whole Mr. Abdlll has been quite sick for the time.
not
Mils has
good; teacher. socialfunctions A. H. Carter and Mr. and Mn.
family
of the most successful past week. We hope to, see him around
Uev. Dr. :Moore held services In the only won the friendship of the parents, it was one that our little town has ever again toon. Jake Field and Mrs.[ lloggett spent a The fag end of the blizzard! and cold
but the love and devotion of each child.W. which prevailed last week In the
"thodist church last Sunday morning and feel that :Miss singleton, pleasant day at tho benchSunday. wave
known we Mr.. Munson Is again on our streets. northwest truck this. section Monday
<.1 l ,
evening to large congregations. II. Harris and J. T.Waters shipped who ably assisted her are
and those so We are always glad to see old friend Mrs Hughe and niece, Miss Iturch- and Old Horea blew it strong Icy breathfor
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold last Thursday to C. T. McCarty Brevard due a vote of thanks for a very J pleasant back agnln.Mr lid, and MUs Mary Holmes, are Beau a while. Much weather Is vivifying.

rvlces next Sunday evening at 7:30:: p. County's Commissioner at the State Fairat evening. a very pleasant outing at Oceanu

", In the chapel here. AU are cordially Lake City, two crates each of very fine The hospitable home of )Ir, and Mrs. i *. W. C. Kawllnxon entertained a thU week.

vlted. specimens of pineapples. Mr. Waters Geo. B. Hall wa the scene of much few of her friends with Ping Pong/ last There Is an epidemic of colds In tLe Iuusebotit .

Messrs. moon A O'Brien aria building packed In one of his orates nine different merriment lat Friday evening:, when by week, and a very enjoyable afternoonwas school! much to the sorrow of the little -

\ large: two story house near the depot. varieties of pineapples Smooth,Cayenne one variety which being Is Invitation from the genial bout and his spent. folks who have to stay at borne for a Wanted to charter, on Indian River, a
ie first barrel the VarlgateJ charming wife, a party of young folk has to the State couple
floor Is to be used for a this section and IK noted for JrlrrcCarty gone of days. houseboat, for the months of January or
In ,
tory, while the second floor will be a very rare gathered to surprise Miss Ella Singleton Kalr. Before her return she will visit full and
well as frulf, the J. W. Hruner and niece Miss Ifurcltflel February. Send particulars
nee hall. Its beautiful plant as and ce'ebrate her birthday. The affair her son, Bryan, who I la attending Stetson -
striped with a beautiful and sailed price per .month to
Mrs.
leaves being but agreeable surprise Gregg/ recently
DeLand.
a complete very
It is time the people of the Fourth abatle of green and white tinted with was to the lady. While ye scribe University, around the point of the Inland aDd re- KIBIIEK: AMKM: Jit..
young 1 1t
strict was. getting a move on them- Waters also shipped two fine nice Youth's Companion Building,
pink. Mr. the throng his taste port a very trip.
not : ,
wan among gay
lvei the Fifth district is far ahead of 11 Boston Mass.
of melon papaws. This trop Startling:; Surprise. ,
specimens thing of life not forgotten
for the was
good :
In the Mrs. Gilbreatb, mother of Mrs. A. L.
good roads. A roads is
good while
not
*
'ans of the It be- ical and delicious fruit ( grown and be can vouch for It that both Very few could believe in looking at A. Bruner, expects to spend the winter with

oves settling up country, to any extent) requires little or no care. cake and cream were delicious. Aftera T. Hoadley,a healthy robust:blackamith, her daughter. She wan bore three years Two Fine Lots I'orSulo.
as to be and doing. Why not In almost soil and Is
I'm' a good roads up association for this and will\ thrive food.any most delightful evening, which ran rof TIlden, Ind, that for ten year he suffered ago and enjoyed the delightful weather I

strict considered a great nerve Into the wee sma' hour, the young peo- such' torture from rheumatism as so much that she I I. anxious to return

ple left for their homes, individually and few could endure and live. But a wonderful aero-like everyone else who spends one Two flue 10-Acra lots lying on Indian

Luck in Thirteen.Iy Startling, Hut True. collectively voting Mr. and l\Irll. Hall the change followed his taking Electric winter la this lovely Land of Flowers. River, t mites couth of Fort Pierce, on a ,

what medicine moat entertaining of host and hostesnes. Bitter "Two bottle wholly cured _. good bei; road. Each lot ham 300 feet
knew a grand -- --
sending 13 miles Wm. Spire, of "If everyone Life Pills Is write Have another birthday Mil .Singleton. me," he write, "and I have not felt a Line. river frontage. IIlith bluffcovered with
New Steamship
alton Furnace box of Buck- Dr. King's Clyde
Vt., got a palma and hardwood timber. Good for
In a They regulatethe
Pa. twinge over year. (
"you'dell
town, ,
e-lrnicaSalve cored D. U. Turner,Demp ey
that wholly a have In a day. Two weeks' W. A. ]Hen-en of Finch, Ark., writes: kidneys, purify the blood and cure oranges, grapefruit, tangerines and pineapple
rrlble fever sore on his leg. Nothing all you Tickets and reservation via the Clyde No better location the river
of me." Infallible "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness, Improve on
[ made newman
e could. Positively cares bruises, ul- use has a stomach and liver Cure hall cured a terrible case of kidney digestion and give J perfect health. Steamship Line can be secured of Cha*. at any price. II.OOO.OO for each lot.

1 4felonaeruptlonsboils, burns,COrDS for constipation B., R. Wilson piles Guaranteed B. trouble 23c: at
H' Only 2.5c. by I given up. Sold by Wilson A: Son. A: Son's drug itore. tnsvllle., Aokona, Fla.EAST .
llgon 4 Son, druggists. drug store.






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j'r' f COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 14. 1902.


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pj
,?f ;: Free and "Well yes" coyly answered' the lady .ida"'!It. "THB EAST COAST OP TlCKlo* -

j Accented Masons. who bad fought bravely for many is PARADISE RSCAINU."
: vn////w/// .
II v months. to keep her legacy, "but only
I ,
, .1 I nt for a man IIIce you." (I

t Ik t Ht The next II stunt one little band was i ..

, '" J Indian. at PIl No. held font In his find under the umbrella r FLORIDA EAST CflMT RAILWAY. '

':!I t : { ; W"Tltu.vlle he kiHsed the lips HO near his own. ..
:: n ls i I River As they hurried through the deserted

''I, '''f '/$ / Lodge. FVFlorida.. sl1'eetsJl'rcdltb! looked Into the now r A LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 190

thoughtful face and said tenderly,
Hold irn. mooting. the looond and fourth Friday .a q j UTHBOUNfr->AO DOWN. < NORTHBOUND |
of aaoh mouth, a* their room, Indian Jtiver "You are not sorry that you came to o Ff atAI w
Hotel. Titus '(Ha J at 7:10: o'clunk p.m. the little loose City?' "
J.K. Walker Wor lilpful Mancar.J. N*. II 16 N .11
{ I'' k I*. Car:uther Senior Warden "No; bat considering my dear expe- tto.D N. MAIIII LiWIL Neat MI
r T. H. MIo..rA.( Junior Warden. rience. I think It ,Appropriately LzaBu: D.' y Dally _Dilly a.l/y. /
J.i1. Dixon. TrAaHiirer.
F. A. Morgan, Secretary.H. named," replied 1\11'\ '. Travers mist ir -
14 4 :K.:Krown, Chaplain.J. chievously. ........ II 00 P 10 111... LY..JIIOJrao..U. rLT 00. l s4 ,
............0outh J.ekllOnTl1e..J":! S "
U
........ t H> 28aU p e y ,
H. Senior P a
Surev.n. Deacon. That evening Meredith's sister said ........ S it It M a .................. AII..l1.I01..".*.... ... ." p 7 41) ."
R..I3)Uw. ..
; Junior Uuacon.H. I
4 Jr. I p12Otp ................. R.rilll'it. ...........III.. i. ,
(? VanlnnilniKliain Senior Steward. In tones of disgust while looking over till ........ Palatk'II' 7MS
:::::::
I F.M. Taylor Junior Steward. his sketchbook: J 01.am y p V .". : .. .....SUNG 80....... .. .. .... { 11 y d n
t 'I P.W. Hubert, Tyler. :::::::: p' .:.:.:..:.:...... ::8\1no..II.. ...........:. ... 4 t p a Oi a ?
"Robert will you tell me why you ........ f p If' p .................. DIlI>OU'.................. .** 3 1 a at s
-- brought back a sketch of the chateau ........ P .. ..................Oruiond... .. ...... ... t yt 6 i .
IOU f. p ..................Dyf*>n.........:.......... tl p
HIS REASON of Jacqueline? :::::::: I p I C1 p .. ................Por.Or..n.-:: S p 621 a
WHY "The reason why" replied her brother 6M a top ....... ....:N.... em.rna .... t47D 160. "
I 2os D S 40 P .......::,:.......O.kRIII...:::::::::::.... t{ p
smiling and looking at Mrs. Tra. .00. :::::::: .11..P ...................T..U.TIU.... ............. .:: p ,
1 I #' vers. "was a desire tq have a facsimile ... ....... t II' p 'p ................ Coon. ...:............. ; p t
.. ..............it. ekl.da...... ...........
[Copyright 1002 by the S. S. McClure ...:::.: ........101 p ... a 1o p .
I'I, Comoany.] of the spot where. I brought ....... ..._... 4 SO p ................ :Ball O..UI. ................ 40 p .
i $50.000.( : ....... 4 19 p ............ )1.lbo..rn. ............... 11 H p .. .
"sh' "I am 8ol'ry'e came." suld Mrs. a::::::: ......: lilt p ............::... e.1I..tla.................. .. H to a.. .
Tra ers to her companion as*they JES8IB! !\ WADR MANNING.The ........ ........ 1 OB It ..............". St. L\1ele ................. 1t 55 a ..,
)i ( . Tri-Wcckly Sailings ........ ....._. I top ............... .1'- I'I.ro. ............... : l 1oa........
emerged Into the rain ffom the little Boat Prescription for MalariaChills ........ ........ Hp ................WlhCltj....".......... .. IO/A "
railway "station, In one of the small ........ .._... .41 It ': ..r..Tlbb.U.!] .................. 10 at .
and Fever Is a bottle of' Grove's ........ ........ t 4. It : ................ :Ed.n. ................ to la a .
towns In 1If llantl. "I wish we bad ro- BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ ........ 6 II' It ................ ::.Joo.en.:: ......... ..... .. 1o 2o- ...
shined with the others at MhMleburg\ Tasteless Chill Touio. It Is simply Iron ........ ....... 00" .............. 8tuar. : ... ......... ." 10 14 a .
and quinine in a tasteless form. No ._... ... j 80 P ,. ..............:.Hobtt eoand ........... 0 N .. '
11 geq Instead of corning on thin goose chase." Cure No Cure. Price 50cts. ) :....... : :::. t3 P : .......... .. We.t Juplt.e.. .:.:: .. a as a .
I "A most attlng place for such u diversion ........ ..::.... 110 P .............W..' Palm BtaohiBoynton. ............. 1 as a..
: The Finest SteamShietoCoastwise Service ........ ........ S t3 p :. ................. .................. N a 93 a .
( replied Meredithvho saw ........ ........ 1.9 It ..............:Ft.Laad.rdal. ......... ..... ... 7 86
............... ............... .
her eyes belled her words "Don't Bird. In Indian Lvarenda.All ........ ........ II It .Le..n City. 0 es s
+ you regard the bird ........ .... 1 g 101'' Ar................, .. Miami.......,........... A45a. ..... ,,,
.A recollect the conductor calling the town primitive people The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
; Goose?' as specially wise and favored. LivingIn Direct /Service Between :BUFFET PABLOn CARS OX TRAINS IS AND 7S.BRA1TCH .

i "Then the feet of the natives) must i the air, ho Is regarded as exercising

be webbed: decided Mrs. Travors control over atmospheric phenomena, Jacksonville, Boston Providence and all Eastern Points LINES 8OIIEDULE3.
,

,el ; ? smiling"Don't nt be the flippant thought., my dour. The and tory seasons knowing the so will Indians his own observe mlgra.-his (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) IalljU? : Dally I Daily. aq I PAt.ATKA.BAAJTOH... yI Daily, I Daily.t No.50. tj4 as


; 1 i r goose is a hlxtorlcul bird. As'children flights as foreboding 111 or good to Southbound' ... ..................,.SEMI-WEEKLY.:. .. ..... .... .BAILINGS.. ... ..I..... ..from Lewis Wharf llo ton D iSO p 111 46 a fl 113 a ILr Palarka Ar A 1W a 7 16 a _113 43 p B 25.p
our curls stnilghteui'd and our eyes protruded themselves.The S'ortlibound................ ........... .. .... .....from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville 7 00 1)1 0 66 1) 1906 p ells l ArE. PalntkaLT S00a 4t3a 13 88 p B 88SA.N
t Ilurons believe that the dove
? ; as we learned bow they saved No46 t6'' aD
Rome." carries the souls of the departed hence. al Da1yr, MATED J3BA.NCH. Dr
y y
1 I St. Johns Line.

r 1 th "Yes. but In after years when shornof The Dakotas say the storm bird dwells Clyde River 6 l0 v......................... act a at a.................... .. r 6 b'I iT
our ringlets how ninny of our so high ns to be out of human vision (DeHary Line.) S9p 66oa At. -.San Mateo. .. v Oa6a IANa.

and carries a fresh water lake on his BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD 1 No. 1 N0.20
'0 swans have been geese! she said with 17 No. 161
1 a sigh ack.t so that when he plumes himselfIt Stopping at Pal. atka, Actor, St..Francis, Hereford (Demand), Ulna. Spring and intermediate land- BOn 1)n 1)7 r rily. IEx Ann MAYPORT BRANCH. I Dilly I pnl f f OW1O pall
f .
he his Inc.on tile St.Johu's ltlv r
rains when winks
"It would be preferable to be a bright eyesIt p f0 t Y 8 Bur v.,,..,,,.... arks "tell a .,,...,,.,..Ar 7 40 a !] iiT1 Hi
lightens when be flaps' his wings STEAMER "CITY OF ..TACKSONVILL1V.I3 106 p in a O6 p 9 42 a ... ....8o. Jacksonville ........Lv 787 a UCJp 11!;
gander than Dot to have been at all. thunder rolls. The Alaskans hold much APPOINTED: TO SAIL A<* FOLLOWS 6 40 p 10 16 r S 63 I'I a H a .. ... .. Pablo Bearh...,..,.,.. 7 05 a 11 60 a /{al,
i The artist! was very happy thut the a 46 p 10 60 a 6 44 0 10 ... ..' ..Atlimtlo Beach......... 700 a 11 it a 14<
Street .. ,.. ...... and ;
1 the same idea about the "thunder- Leave Foot Catherine Jacksonville 3:30 p. in Sundays Tuewluyn TaurlayeLeave : At'...... ..,.. ......_. .. ..
r others In their party hud rifutu to Biinford vt3Ua. m......... ............ . ........ ..... Monilii}* We bird. h.. I ffoTTaT No.
I visit the little town of Goes It meant Among them all the eagle Is mighty Southbound. SCIII<:DULE. Northbound.Head Drzly.BANFOED EPAN08. Dally. D dly OILANGffi CITY BRAJTCH. 1 hat
n long day with Mrs. Tru\'ers. down. Road up 1 Kx.Him. J Ez tc
brave t aspiring, the symbol of their Leave 330 p. m. ..'.I..JAr1(40NVILLE.' ..........., ..... ..........Anlveif.tx a.m Sun I Snn, i lrOhs
g 11 While trudging lu the heavy mist warriors for apparent reasons. The .. 8.45" p. 1. .. ...... .. ....... ..... ...r.vl.ATItA ... ..... .,. .... .,. ........ ...l eave 8. *I through the quiet quaint old streets. 3.IH a. m.. .......... ............ ..ASTOll .. .... .... .. .......... '" ....... 2.30 p.m lea Lv. .. .. .Mims........... .Lv 1 1 1 D 4 tl P L r.. ......Lfiko Helen, ... .. Lv'l'
I 0 Meredith felt kingfisher is anxious to serve his broth 'a ".30 a. in...... ..... ........ .. ...8T. KRANC'ta; ... ....... .. ....... .. .... 1.1101.10 a98aLv. ... ::.Oxto n .. .:,Lvllba( 480 Lv ...Ora..ce CMy Ltlli
the email hand on his er man. a' .... .... .. ...........ItEllKWFOKI; (!HreLAND) ..... .. ..... .... ....,. .. .. 12.00 n'n 8 Li a LT.......,..EntPprlnAr ,,,,..., Lv IL t) 4 46 p Ar..Orange City Juaet.Lr 60980a
arm tremble and drops not all rain '. 0IOam... ........ .............BLUB Sl'RINos.! ...... .. .. .... .. ... .. seam! ...... ...,;SnnfoMThcie .,. ..., ... .,
fell the wet cheek A Arrlve8.30 a. m... ............ .,... ....BANfuKU! .. .......... ... ..... ........ 5.30am
A; upon pink peculiar Royalty; and Profanity. Time Table* ihow fie times at whl3i trains may bo ezpeot to arrive and dept
;rFt s tender smile pluyed about the from theo>TA>'aJ .t ,tlon., but th lr arrival of departure at the times atated U not gunrevnor
( i \ William the Conqueror did not Intro Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. does the Company hold itself r.epen.ibleforanydelay .r any oMiMquonoe arliinj U'
i 1,1ar\ firm mouth of the young; mini n" he duce swearing Into England but he Rom.
L learned In spite of all contradictions A.0.1IAGERTYEaet'nPaae.Agt., F. M.IRONMONHEH; : ,aaAect.Uen.l'aeeAgt.
f brought; with him a very forcible oath. 19! Suite St., New York I a04( Went Bar St.,Jacksonville, Fla. Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Connections at Miama.MIAMX .
that Gertrude
Trnvcrs
had u heart. William was accustomed to swear "by, T1IO8. HALEY Local FretghtAgent I 0. P. LOVKLL: Aunt gupt.,
.All the long summer ho had hopelejsly foot liuKan St..Juckaouville. Fla. | Font Hogan Mt., Jacksonville, Fla.
the splendor of God and such D&.J.'WJiJiN: : /
i b' ,,J on occasions JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan St.,JacksonvtllB. ( Fla. KSSY WEST AND, :HAVANA.
l Y, striven to find It. but was obliged. to he combined with It the "ter THEO. O. KOKK, General ManaKer. MTM. P CLYUM CO.. Ueneral Agents.
lie content with friendship rible aspect of the eyes" which always Chenebrougb Jiuil.liuic, li State St., OppoHtte' Battery lark, New York. For Information. relative to sailing dates of Peninsular& Occidental Steamship

.i .I fr-Tfrs. Travers evinced doubtfully at took the place of swearing In the case C. \VALTOJf.. Agent Tltusvllle Fla.! Company, apply to any agent

of Sir Joseph Porter. I{. C. Ii. After -
tinconsciousof iVllllum's time the rulers of England -- J. D. EARNER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, Fl.!

s ( ; she Would not acknowledge/ to herself with possibly here and there an cxcep-
S E.A. <>P .JEi.JL> For copy of Local Time Curd address any agent.SOUTHERN : .
how dear to her hart In spite of the lon, swore with great frequency and ..

t I 1 6 depressing \V'tlthl'r.VIIM the walk vigor. It Is related that even Queen -

I' alone with him. Their dlmippolntiuent 3es8. whose auburn locks did not belle AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

t' over the ruins of the castle of the a .Hery temper would break Into a

i I Countess Jncqurllnc, wllto'h Meredith string of expletives that would rattle

r 'r !lnd come to .sketch did not ntlU the he royal windows: and frighten the -- RAILWAYS

4 l # I'" pleasure of being together.: household and royal attendants from SAVANNAH,' COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, .
A "As the old bateau\ bas deteriorated
all sense of diplomatic rceoul'se.Lon.dOli 'iMIILAPKLrillA'
WASHINGTON BALTIMORE. NKW YORK,
y ( Into a hostelry, the question] In wheth Tatler. .

er to Invade or erode mi Id! the artist. ..... EFFECTIVE. OCT. 1, 1OO2.
ti i t Two 'Elegant Trains Daily ,,
I "Well. sold Mrs. Trovers Impatient.
-
u A woman' whim In often a man'sfute.
ly a few moments later us she held the Limited NORTHEAST No. 84 ='iii' I So,!'
-- IIoHton Transcript.Consumpioo. Florida and Metropolitan RnIlI :riORrHWEST. iDally. 1111111LT.
umbrella In sheltered
a partly .spot, .. .. .. 3ck8..n"lIIe, Southern ny.o Ofl a. TIt) p. Li acksanvtlloSonthern fly a'''
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,. why don't you sketcliT' Seaboard 'Fast Mail. Lv.. Savannah Southern ky 116 p. 12311.( a. Lv. Jesup !Southern Ry I 0v.
y" I "Deco use." answered Meredithlook Charlotte, fIImthurn inv 9 no I p. III ,'n a. Ar. Mane. Southern lIy I.Ar. I.
E'N' ing quizzically Into the dark eyes "I've MODERN PULLMAN\ EQUIPMENT.ONLY : Danvlll, lk.athern 1ty2.1I1a.! 14op.. Ap.Fb.vllla. Southern fly '
An Rinhmnml Smttbern 700a. 0 Ar.Atlanta. Southern R'A "
i dreamed dream "- from Jacksonville to !.-_ R1: : p .>Lkmart Southern: : Ity
n Dn LINE Operating Dally Through !Sleepers: L"nchhllrll'. flnnlhern R' 7: ojj\arii7pAr.R.: .
"Why spoil today for an unknown New OrlonnH. A6 ('!..'hurlnttovllle Kunthern Hy 4 35 a. II10/ p. Ar Ualmn, fo'Oll Southern hon lIy ny iti<,
'. tomorrow" Interrupted Mrs. Truvers. Ar. "a.hllllfton, MOII.lu'rn. Hy 74'1' a. 11:10: p. Ar. ChattlLnooja. Southern ky ,0',
y Ar. Baltimore P. R. ...
n. D (no a. Ii M p. recent I
LT .
.1 "No longer can I trace a line" con. Ar.PhlladelphlaJ.it.IL. .... '.1 1'.1 a, :I 116 a. Chattanooga For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent Ar.l"ework.. I'. It. K.. ..... Ar.lakdnle. Oaeen.tCrea0ent
831'a. III
2001"
V the notice .
r tinued of
44f. t'' artist taking no Salt pork is a famous old- -- -- Ar Somerset' ( n..n'fZCro''l'nl
Seaboard writeA. : 1311
or
A r Hnrgin tlueep .t ('MC..t 1 I
the Interruption "without seeing) a No. 34. New York and Florida Express Dally Ar.l.pxl"hoown. 'Ine.m.'fZ 'reo"'nt p I I1'"lIwILD
; r II ; email bright face and bearing a voice fashioned remedy for con- O. MACDONKLL, Aest Gen. 1'aas.' Agt. Jacksonville, Florida. M'l'PT'I,1'' car. fort Tampa and Jack- Ar. Cincinnati, Queen & Crescent .

'Wbl pcr"- sumption. "Eat plenty of -. . . _. .. _. ."nvlllo to New"ark. Dining. car.. [.10':(,'lncln'natl---HIiFoi; rniiiii' .,"" :3 10'
/ ., - --------- -- -- A ( .
- r. blcalo. bigFourRoute
IY
1' 1' "That marriage Is a failure" broke Xo. 30. Wo.hlnjtton, Richmond and, Florida, Lv. fhclltoatf: a Llne a
In the lady who would forfeit $:>0.000. jork was the advice to the Lhnlte.l.via IlIrhm..I. !Jaly.! J IIUmall Rlel\j>- Aahlcagn, t eun.Llnex.nn. ... l''
r :
SrEC3tPF.L:: : : I..c:>w R A.."rES."TO : Ins: Cars Jack.onville to New York. Dining '
I'r -jrMun.; ;
LvClnclnnat }(-&T: .n
r according to her late husband's) will .- C.
the day she married."I consumptive 50 and 100 '-: I A'.Ch: caIlO. C. [!:&:D.I! : !!' .:
ba'rn"
LT. ClncinTnledonat C. l(&D.-111i ,
cannot keep my thought where rears: ago. CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANA To CINCINNATI THE THROl'OII TilE LAND O.J1' Ar.Ietrnii Ar. C.H..kU-Mlrh.'em( ''Iv'0/'
fihe Is not. waking or sleeping""Don't SKY. I O. H.&U.MI'h."PIIILv.
is if and' the NORTHWEST Snithert i Ry- :'eNOItTIlBOUNU.
think. It Is a pernicious bab- Salt pork good a man ROUTE. I No- 30. Ar Vutlsvlll J iXlnlZ'"II., Mnllthern( Ry II

,, } it. slut tell me, who'was Jacqueline?" can stomach it. The idea VIA \VASTERN ATLANTIC R. R. and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA J.v.1a"kM"nvlOe---Ronthurn nV---: : 7 s6 P Lv Lnnixville, otnlllhorn fly I p
k e. "The Countess of 1111 varia. And Lv. Savannah 8111111"'rll Inv .. .. U 3IJ... Ar' St. Loul.Sontbern! lIy.
; y may behind it is that fat is the and ST. LOUIS U\ Lv. (Colnmhir ontllern nv.,. .... 7 (tHl a No. ,a"Tlu FlorhIitLlmltA.I.;' 1'11' !!64A I,
'I I' you, unkind fairy tie Imbued with her r. Asheville. lion them lIy,.... .. 100p! train of ve.tlbnlecoeehesandl'uilntat.
$ spirit! said Meredith curtly, opening: food Route Ar. lint Itlrlnll' Mnnthurll Itv ... ... 237 p care .J\r.k""lvflle,: tn Ciltclnllllti. .
.I Ills sketchbook. the consumptive !needs Dixie Flyer Ar. Cinalnuntl queen &" Crescent' II 16 a 1{. c. HUNT; City 1'aasenger" and TI..+'ko' twroty
i W Mtn'et.
CiJnekannvlllemClnclun Ticket 0111. lOll IIIOY
Nn 3oPulhnnn,
I "A spirit for what?" she Inquired. n1ost. drnwlnjt-room .Ioel.lnp care RF. C. RY, j)1 trlet l"M.en: er eul
,1 her curiosity aroused. During September and October, 1002.{) tI Jackscnv111eFlaa.

S) "Marrylug:\ ," he replied solemnly Scott'sEmulsionisthemod- For! descriptive matter, rates schedule, etc., write to, or call on
t 4if sharpening his pencil ou a piece of .method of fat C, II. ACKAIIT, Gen. Mffr. S. II. IIAUDWICK, G. V- A-
i ern feeding to E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent,
sandpaper.t
,1 "IIow many times did her ladyshipwear the consumptive. Pork is too 21-2 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Washington Ii O

the. marriage yoke?" II. F. SMITH Traffic \V. II. TAYLOB, A O P A, Atlanta Oa.
rough for se-nsitivc stomachs. 4 4Scott's C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. Manager.
t "Three times for state reasons and
I a I cues for love, but"- Emulsion is the most Atlanta, Ga. Na'hvllle, Tenn. -.-


turmoil refined of fats, -especially _d. THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

] r ically. prepared for easy digestion. ,
Atlantic
"It wna Francis Van Dorsclen's untiring this'way Coast Line R'y. Patented In the United States treat Britain and Canada
i devotion and deep affection for Feeding him fat in

1 the beautiful princess that won her PRICE $4.00 and :*S.OO EACH. ID the rata :
I' which i is often the only :Should be used by every Boat Builder
t 'I' love and esteem" said Meredith apparently -

+ I ) unaware of the last remark way, Is half the battle, but The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections: [ Use by some of the Principal Boat'Builders In the United States

t q 'I'', and"Wat sketching with a vengeance. Scott's Emulsion does more I To the East Over Its own rata to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington For Sale by .
V there
ii : no monetary consideration
thence via Pennsylvania R. H.
h 1 ?" asked the worldly widow with than that. There is something ; Jas. Pritchard & Son

Ljl r a siwplclou of a twinkle In her eye."Yt's. To the West The Louisville Nashville, via Montgomery.The TITUSVILLE, FLoRID
1 1'' about the combination Mobile & Ohio U. It. via )[ODt OJDery.
be answered
; bitterly "but
SEE THE TESTIMONIAL: FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS
there are no Jacquellnes today. She of cod liver oil and hypophos- I To the East Via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, .

t 4 abdicated and renounced all rights and Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York ..,- -.- .- -. .- -. -
I estates for the wan she loved." phites in: Scott's Emulsion Washington and Baltimore: Via Havnnnah and Merchants &

7 "And tube", was not adjudged a lunatic hat nv life into the :Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia.To THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
j r ?" Inquired the lady anxiously. puts Key West and Havana.-VU Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. ,

At that moment the! chimes In the weak parts: ao I has a special
f All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.
T1.oJ"o1s.: ;
old cathedral I of Mary Magdalene J.\4:1.1.ongo .
action th diseased
: 01; : : lungs.A .
f't t II pualed. the hour. :Meredith\ did not Interchangeable; mileage tloketsr good over 13,000: miles of among the piln LETTERHEADS, NOTEIIEADS, ENVELOPES!; BILLHEADS 8IHPI'SCTAGS |

: .t I deign\ to answer; but gathering up his sampleA\\ beM .clpal railroads In the Southern States, are on sale by the principal agents. CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and ezpedltlouslyEAST ,

paraphernalia, he said In a hurt voice: fr, .. .. .
I i t upon request. .. .
l -
"We have ten minutes to catch the Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally sup .
train." >:" ro Tint' this plcturs' In 1 I
+ and handsome advertising matter.
Information
I a "bb.l' 1 Ia t an the piled with WHITE'S CREAM
t I :, ; A short silence followed; then Airs w-.. .> r ,,' e\try boltl( of For Information as to rates, sleeping oar reservation, etc., call on or write to 7
i Travers! said softly, looking the artist I ,, !..uy. & :
D. V V ORMSn DYJf; :
6I over critically "I believe there are 1 -cIcir & FRANK: C. Commercial nOYLSTCOT Agent., W.Tray.STARK Pass. :Agent, :

I ,f \ still some foolish who would

d y f do that for the men women they love." .. CHEMISTS.BOWNE, EMERSON 138 II.West EMERSON Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, W. J., CRAIG FLA.T. For 20 Yoa13 Has led : ;' lrr.+ n'':; 13 ((15s.BO.a ( 'tmYA.:
L
)
: ,
J "Would you? Meredith's breath Asst. Traffic :Mgr\ Gen'I. Pass. Agent > ::: : -o.::: :-.' ''tTGCi:: ; i":"" &.
ill ,{ came quick and fast. Ills lips touched 409\ Pearl St., N. Y. Traffic Manager. WILMINGTON- N C. l't'ntr-?." to,.-.-- ...... .p''::(,., F- t"" ,'. A-' 1;:. LoU 1

1 hut pair us he. beuljo hear i IK! ? reply. 500 aad $i; all druggists. : 4.- -- -a.a na iunr r..wV-JW.-.rr.: ':"":' _:.. --

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COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 14 '1902. 7

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': LLE.CI.6.t'r HARDY.. GARDEN. FLOWERS FIGHT THE LICE. I I The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.

: Where i' ..lr.o. Bar Failurela
: : : RIVER: : IICTRL::
: ., Tlantl.r That May Il. Don In l.at tbe Poultry Bn.lae... I 1
ON-TUK-INUIAN-RIVER. .An"n.t wnil Early; September.It !
Tbe keeping of house brooder and
Booms strange that more heronooous birds free from \'ermh.Is\ easier than PATENTED IN THE UNITED STATES and all CIVILIZED COUNTRIES

r" TITUSVILLEFLORIDA. plants nro not planted during exterminating them when they have
1 y latter half of August and the tlrst When lice
begun breeding In earnest This SEMM.OOKIJia TACKLE BLOCK whirl has beenpatt'nt4
of All\ the spring and '\ Just
September.
lessen, and
summer flowering 8pM.mle: nnd tbe. begin to multiply profits >dln alt the civilized: : countries throughout the world, will
la
the time arrives when there no
ties, with very few exceptions, money In keeping hens. Lice anti profitable hoist. and \\w\'r'l1ke any block and tarkleand WILL STOP AND
well at this time of year and poultry do not coexist Lice and LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed. Soft Hope, Wire '

5 line show of bloom the next little chicks seldom live long togetherIn Rope or Chain ran be used. Nothing to pet out of ordernny person
J. G. BAST Propneti season. If the planting Is put oft untl the in,,me brooder can: use it. NO CLEAT: NEEDED.; Tinsame device U used in

rAS3WWN spring and It happens to be dry, tin One-Iutlt the deuth losses among. Check and Peck lUocks. Will hoist, lower and lock at will, from
FI h i* show Is next to nothing in comparison.
_, iiL If tho place for planting lAppe'V to brooder chicks are due to the various below or at any height, upside down or at 'any angle, an ounce or 23

> DUCK SHOOTING. be where \\ntor cunnot be given freelyit vnrletle or licit, especially to the susceptible red i i ton, according to the size: and shape of the tackle block. Only one

4>ItIl.1IG1'Inigll,. ar01lGa4f j4Jp} IIS P'TIT is bitter to wait until the llrst sonk mites Little chlcUs are of especially vermin. rope, chain or wire rope In used at a time. Tli *snnie pulley does for
the
to
ravages
3 i and FISIIINKates ing rain after An!?. 1:>. If, however,, found the each Then I is no ratchet teeth to cut till rope, .>r trigger! attachment -
louse on
!'bt> common body
'
fn
R Tam l rIUUib 1 nunn I'p 1a, n I I"ai water can be given freely any Ilea chick Is the sump as11'1)111'11 on the tu tills drvire.'l'heJSeitLoekhig'1'ackle.

y ? tw 1.r : $2 :,0<;1 per day. after .\ug. 1 is good. adult Mid. The usual mode of transmission Block l Is necessary! fur Yachts and Vessel .
M Idis ; M It 1 is not however luUIsiiblo> to plan) is 1 for the louso to crawl from of all kinds, Bridge rued House Uutliling, Aerlni: Trolleys Railroads -

-, $10 and $12 per week anything with evergreen foliage do mud tbe 1 blooding. !lien to the chick she Quarries, Lumbermen: Wareboiines, MIHOII-/ Foundries, Marine !-erviee,
c not
such
y after Sept. 13, as plants
bear covering until the ground Ial m.pthvv'. Sitting hens are good breedIng Mines\ .Machine Shops} Steamboats, Stage Scenery, Pillnteri, Circuses, Breweries r

-- frozen solid and would not uuUu 111111'1'10 for Hoe and many a little Wells, Stables! I Harness Rooms, Hntcherx, Tanneries, Slaughter Houses,
of lice
JACKSONVILLE.IDYAL enough;; rout to prevent heaving If n Illicit soon alter ccttt It Its gets drat out experience of the shell. Llco Factories of all kinds; for use in hoisting ashes" nnd for farm nllcll'lnl/tlttlonst/

few haul frosts should conic early nm also pu-i-4 from chick to chlel .\. few Fire Escapes, Fire) Departments, Ulggers. Can, nh ) be used in tlieJPrntPPtion:

be followed by mild weather.It \lice Inflated chicks\ added to a brooder of 1''ridt't'rees and gathering,: of Vruit and Vrnrotahli-s. stretching( / wires and

Is safe to voter everything about soon furnish lice to the lot It is also ropes uf all kinds, Hoisting: Kings, Dumb Walter. KIrvatori: Sail Boats of all

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the end of December. or before If the true tli u lice get on young chicks kinds, Awn ingi, Tenti, Hlliiils, Bicycles Electric Light purposes' Smh Lights! ,

ground is frozen solid. We generally from hens In nearby yards. There in Meat Markets and Stores of all kinds, Hunting Cnnips, Privntc.Houses. I'S,
first
plant the must duiuiant plants must be Collie plan kept In mind to from till! kitchen to the bed room. In fact, It can bi used with 'great utility
such as tho phloxes and peonies, a IK
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repahed and reuovated. leave thouo with evergreen foliage, constantly control lice' on tho growing wherever n tackle block is needed.! It naves time, money and lalmr as no tyingor

such aa Phlox: snbulata, Iborts eorreiC'' cblcUs. fastening, of the rope! or chain to cleat, or Anything else, Is needed.
j Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. ,'. Dust 1 H tho first and natural\ remedy
folia and Lychnis tlos cueull till hut for*- body llco. Left to herself, the All kinds and all sizes!! ran boused either ashore or aboard ship, and l \vQl:

Rates $2.50 per day and up. When we can we cover the lust men'' mother hen will dust her chicks by not cost much more than the ordinary pulley blocks. WALTOX'S PATENT '

Honed fuiullles with boards. untied to getting her own feathers tilled\ with SELF-LOCKIXa TACKLE: BLOCK similar in shape, weight!: and alto to the 1,

B. W. SPERRY Proprietor gether. Evergreen boughs end l long i dust unit then calling her little ones ordinary I pulley blocks in every day use, and ia made In ,UH'erent shapes and

straw are also good. The covering. ol under her. Dry toad dust. tlnely ground sizes to suit nil purposes 'There i is absolutely nothing to get out of order. It

West B such hardy Is plants absolutely as the phloxes 'andpeonlrs tobacco Persian insect 1'0wl1l'1'-l1\ bus no springs!, wedge, teeth or trigger rope;; and soft rope, chain and wire
ESTM ORE LAND HOTEL only III'Cl'I1'III'Ywltb kill
tact tine, dry nrtlclclI-ov1ll '
any
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fresh planted stock but we find the lice If worked Into tho small rope can be 11"1'11111 the same block.A .
Iberls oorreirfolia and Lychnis tlos tubes of the Insects. There itaniple of the pulley block may be seen at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE "

American plan., Centrally located.. Just built and opened cueull lire better co\ered. are breathing'many good Insect powders on the otllee:, Tltiisvllle, Via.

this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water For August and early September market. You can make your own If J. O. WAT/1'ON, .
planting we can recommend the foi you wish to do BO. Take one pint air Inventor of the abov t also. I'atl'llt.Calklng Tool for Bunts, Etc. {
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All lowing: Achllieas alyssums, nnchusaa,, slacked lime and stir Into It one ounce Olllces: New York, 110stnlll11/tl '1'1 t IIIIV II If', Flu.OUloio.1 !: .

street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50;; per day. anemones nntliemlses aquliegi.is. ar. liquid carbolic acid. Add to this mix-
ccntaureas, ceratlums
merles campanulas S'o l'v..u tirtiimla fitmlv.....'.... ground tobacco ---
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. coreopsises delphiniums dluuthuses and mix thoroughly./ This pow
diceutras gypsophlhia Heleul- will kill i Supply House of Tho Illinois\ Fishermen's Ancoolatlon' ,
dcr dusted wherever lice are _.. .. S
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the- ----
um boulanderll beiueroealllHes remember that there are
JW VICTORIA HOTEL Corner Main and Adams Sts.JACKSONVILLE rises luplnuspR, lychnises Mertenstnvlrginlcn them.number Then of eggs duo to batch In a 'rlC] Chicago Net and Twine Co. I
inotuirdiiH, myoaotlses, woo.thorns -
FLA. few days: and so dust every week 7
phloxes,, Manufacturers of-
pjipnvvrs. pcntsteinons until you get rid of them. .
Everything new. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates $2.00 and $2.:>0 per primulas pyrothrums Spiricu Ullpeiv Persian Insect powder does the best
dula and Viola cornuta. There are
This ?
day. European plan; rooms, :50; cents to $1 00 each person. many others, but those mentioned arc must work be on loss quite than young t"l'nr chicks.oKl as tile i fool p

R. BIXLEIl, Proprietor. the most In demand and will make a virtue escape with age Have the 0
01
good show from spring until the end ol hatching bens free from lice, brood .rtY E
---- -- June or middle of'July, says n :Massachusetts where lice have not been Introduced

IUEUHITT, Merritts Island.. correspondent in Gardening and you will seldom have trouble. I '

Provide u real dust bath for the
[HE WIGWAM HUNTING LODGE. Winter Resort. WHAT IS A GOOD MELON? chicks where they can dust themselves u.dI'
On Indian River Jlerritt, Fla.. but do not trust too much to It If you b
Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, Halliard, Pool an(1 From the Standpoint. of Grower, know there are lice on your chick FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptlon. a I,
ng: Pong tables. Swimming:: pool. Bath rooms free to guests. 850; feet of docks. Dealer and Consumer. Kerosene Is death to red mites. Pourit Dealers In Seine Twine, Maltro Cord, Hope, 1<:tc. tIS
catboat for cruising. Hunting and fishing finest on the Coast. Write, and What 1 I. a good muskmelon? Not Into every crack where they crawl. Originator Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen.
fbin\ will meet you at Cocoa, free. E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor. necessarily the largest the tenderost In Spray the inside of brooders and all 70-81-8: E. Indiana St. Chicago 111.
flesh the firmest In rind nor yet the buildings with the oil. Let It soak In. ,..Mention Tho AnvooATK In your letter...
smoothest Yet size texture of flesh inside of .- --- --- -
thickly the ,
whitewash
WEST' PALM ABACI Then We are Member of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.
of rind and external appearance of
and all houses and brooders. An ounce
are nil Important characteristics. Uniformity carbolic acid to every pull of white .-.-
In ftlze of product. ; a rind sufllHACKENSACK wash will Improve it for this special ---- -

he Leamington WEST PALM J1EACH, pur] >KO. Keep the brooders clean(/ and IF YOU WANT A...
FLORIDA.W. fresh. Do not allow filth to accumulate .
----- --
-- -
to become a breeding place for the red l

C ERNST, Manager mites.
Some of the liquid' lice killers do good .Building1 Lot f for.
On Lake Worth opposite,\ Pimtoffico and business houses. Large verandas work and are to be used If you do not .

:Strictly flist-elasH. Summer Rates, $2 per day. Special by the week. euro to make your own. Most IIclUlIIce"kllll'l's keroKenc. ,
are better than pure y
lot with a BUILDING READY FOIl OCCUPANCY,
a
---- A. liquid lice killer that ta good
ST. IE'rlm.SnUUG.EL'110N'r for red mites us well as to n certain extent LAND FOIl AN OKANOK (IKOVK.PINEAPPLE t.

for the common louse van be made
: GARDEN
1'LAN'l'ATIONor'I'RUCK: ,
IIE ST. PETERSBURG, FLA. at homo If you cure to take the trouble. : r

Open November 10th. Put Into one gallon common keroseneoil \Ve probably have for sago just WI/lltlo11 are seeking. ;
between Bay and the Gulf 01exlco. one pound naphthaline and let stand '
On the eastern shore of the peninsula, Tampa I
If
are
there li ,
before In but tlll room. yon
The most healthy winter resprt city In the State. On high ground; purl for two or three days' ; shake /flllleril/ arc Hooking '

later, perfect drainage/ ; room large and newly furnished, pa".reriRnd painted. using;: apply with brush or sponge to looking thin way, drop a line to
Rates, 'S 00 to tU.OO:\ per week W. II, TIPPETTS, Proprietor.NE'V bottom of brooder or box where the I
: : NETTED, A fOI'CLAU VA1UETY.KIBUKB AND chicks! puss the night. If there I 18 a JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VI (..l'rMldedt.
,
cloth fringe to the hover, apply some
YORK clently tough to allow the fruit to be of the liquid to the upper edge of it BLOUIOA EAST COAST R'Y, ;

shipped' long distances; flesh tender letting It work Its way Into the cloth. ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA.
juicy sweet and delicately flavored; an It there Is any place where the red -. l lS
otel attractive exterior-these are the prime mite crawl out of night sere that the -
Marlborough essentials/ from the- melon dealer's liquid Is worked Into the very spot. : 2A.SR L.t7M: &; 00. ,

standpoint.The The closer you get the killer to the '. FLA.
/grower looks for a melon that Is are of gettingrid sir. A stow, H.;r It.. JACKSONVILLE.
NEW YORK. mites the more sure you
and 37th Streets
:flth ,
Broadway, uniform lu
healthy, productive, early the
of them. I If the lice "stay on
400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted: entirely with electric lights. Conducted and attractive
; size of pleuxlngmllty cblcUn.! must put the chicks. In a
on AmerlcHn and European; pUns, and U minnged under the person form. This may have yellow or /green. box. Into you which the liquid<'o killer him 4r I

supervision of the owner. flesh. As n rule the yellow flesh varieties teen put. A (cloth wet with It and lulu l FULL ; Fuw.xvacss .
E. S. CROWELL, Manager.; are firmest while the green are on the bottom will do the work but
most delicate In flavor. Choose the
the give the chick BOIIIO air and do not got
,
variety which grows; successfully and I >(I and leave them In the box. If you EXPRESS
BroaJeayanddustStreet: for which\ there Is a steady demand. are nut careful the strength of it will ) .
Hotel Vendome On Long Island and about New York kill the chicks. :VHetnemljcr PREPAID r PREPAID
NEW YORK CITY. city Emerald: Gent Is. probably the most there Is a new crop 'yet to _

baths and toll I popular variety with HacUeiiHncli a hatch and/ then be ready to apply' the $3orf
FIREPROOF. :JIOO rooms, single and en suite, with private close second. several times if you expect: to $A20 ,
$l.fiO large rooms *.; and wltl i Netted Gem remedy .. 9ft .
Good
rooms EUROPEAN PLAN. rooms ; The smaller type, as be ever freo of red loll.-Ih.. N. \. -
and upwards.' The management In under the pe l'Bnd Paul Rose are favorites at hotel, Journal. ,
private bath M.6O! per day Sunburn In Reliable\ Poultry 6 And dining cars because
FRANK GKUEN, Manager restaurant on
Ronal supervision of the owner. i, f
when cut Into halve the seeds e '
are! easily removed and each half may Stop*' the Cough $450

IIOUSI be presented to the diner In an at and work, off the Cold IDoz.I

ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING tractive form.-John Craig. New York. laxative Uromo-Qulnlne Tablet cure a ... _

enid in one day. No Cure No Pay. f f / Qtsuume"
-' How. to Handle HOB. CaUl.... Price 2.cU. B'e.
rVJ -/ Outdoor rose are mainly propagated -
$
'- r' J ..ter'drfl7r by budding though In a few Instance

,. suckers layer and root cutting are

1.v 1.h successful aye Rural New Yorker. Agcntx for the 1'ulint Brewing Co. '
Moat rose are grown In this countr
boots ThU ifrnntur .U on every boy of .b. genuine
from cutting of blooming
T.bi.uthe
grown under glass during the cool Laxative rented ,>".Uromo-Quinine* ,-w, .. n>M t. .- day --
m and on a propagating bench In a close on by agitating
greenhouse heated to CIS'or (00 degree
Some hardy rose, however, will root KIDNEY DISEASES bowels but regular action cannot: be secured until the liver
from cutting of new growth cut witha secretes enough bile to make the blteeliic3, Ii?
Unn:1t-: q M
slight "beel" of the old wood. The execute their natural functions
be about eight inches of all dis ural agitation caused J by cathartics, .
cutting should the most fatal '
are and Increasing doses to j .
long and tbe foliage trimmed off tbe attain the results. ,
r% P I sM lower six Inche A half dozen or more eases.FOLEY'S. comvel'l'continual .

may be firmly apt In candy soil In KIDNEY CURE Is I j
y
and covered !
moderately shady place .
act on the} :
fruit firmly Guamtscd: Renad k ,
I s *-th| a two quart glass Jar lIver cures Chills!!
pressed ID the soil to keep la moUturc. ,
., form of
Fcvjr and
and every
The earth about the Jar should besprinkled refunded. Contains #Ii
every day and the sun not or money M.tl-irlal' ', PI': onKtmittlng and inter

allowed to strike tbe gins on a hot remedies recognized by eminent mlttlnFtver! ,, orJ!, ry: cuing to the seat of the

day or the foliage Inside will noon b4t physicians as the best for L trouble: work., permanent iirc.

cooked. If successful, some of the Kidney and Bladder troubles FIFTY CUlTS PER BOTTtE:
cutting should be rooted In six or
'l week The cutting may be PRICE 5Oc..ad J1.0Q.
.f seven II. U. WILSON & SOX.EAST .
4 made any time in July or August II. Jt. WILSON &:: 80S.
..-



-' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 11, 1902.

8 .
I __ -. H T\'. "


To Hotel- Proprietors, I DEATH OF GLEASON.EX-GOVERN.OR BREVARD., COUNTY I.RS: COMMISSION Robbins & Graham COB RAILROAD WATCHES


To Commission Merchants, (Incorporated. ,,

and others.... I IOnHle The Board was called to order on t tbe $2:>,000.00.
'' To Storekeepers l Ei-Govcrnor 'V. II. Oleason, of PAID UP CAPITAL -
.
'j on the East Coast of Florida. 5th, instant, by order of the Chalrmi I Guaranteed to Pass all

1 It you want to get good results died at, his residence on Saturday even. Present: J. It. Walker lilt District; J. This company owns
I
la the and buried in the family burial R Allot, 2nd District; K. A. Conklii =:: S. Railroad Inspection.
advertise ground log, on waa Monday, Archdeacon B. F. 3rd District; J. C. Jones, 4th District' LAN'::: ,

COAST ADVOCATE Brown, of Tltusvllle, conducting 1 the and J. F. Bell), 6th District sheriff.; A. A Stew- in the Indian River Country; On the st.

EAST ,, art, clerk; J. I'. Brown,
service.
Ex-Gov. Olea lion was one of the mOlt Minutes of the last regular mlleUng! Ladle River; at New River and on Bay .

TITUSVILLE, Indian River, FLOUIE widely-known citizens on the Eaat Coallt were road and approved transferred from the BIsoayne. Prices to Butt the times.
motion $300 Is
The ADVOCATE circulates extenKlveJy of Florida; and up to the time when On fund to the feed!, Land List.
and forfeiture Send for
him to Itlve| fine 19
throughout the unvYige lemon ploe. failure of health compelled Jewel +fi Jewel
21 ,
fund.Petition
apple and Ash suctions Florld\-Jolnl: { up the activities of life be was one of prisoners of citizens of Oslo and. Viking!. Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. j d
and enterprlsl: I
between JMkHun'llllean the most energetic
to pOBtofflco received and th
,every) Key West, as well nulntoevory State gentlemen on this coast. He was far- for a public road was appointed to mark, Veritas rt B. W.
committee
Ir. in know as the "l'lnk seeing and his fertile brain 'constant following Market
1'aper In the of Union.Florida." evolved upon projects that any one man view and lay and outtbesame Chas. Gibbons.: M. B. Oanle East Coast Meat t M

The.East Coast of Florida has some of -!)(> matter how great his means-con J. Helseth collected bv the Vanguard./ t Revmond.Gi .
of taxes
the Uncut UoteU in the United Stati ., possibly carry: to a consummation. Report poll the 11)01 amour O. F DUREN, Agent.
for
Tax Collector year
and nearly every hotel Is overllowi: ; Deceased was born In Tioga count to I" a==
and for 19)0! amounting -
to $13
rears' of Ing ,
with tourists luring the winter. NO\V N. Y., In 18it:! When 15 ago filed. o

IS YOUR TIME TO ADVKIUTSGive he moved with Ills father s family to wan received and receive* _-5.
was ,
The Treasurer's report -- .
the ADVOCATE 3 our ad and yon< Marquette' county Wisconsin. Young warrants tar c:I'3c mss.w
and the paid
it. Our office Is a kind of Gleation became a. surveyor and civil engineer checked up
will not regret his were :>
him with report
' Bureau of infoiuiatlon. For rates, eto., and was engaged aa civil engine ed over by Conkllng and Dell.! -

address, In rivers.connecting lie also the served Fox and as SerJe'antatArmll Wlscona- destroyed The Treasurer by Messrs.had his usual certlfica a L. MANDAYILLE

TUB ADVOCATE
Advertising Manager, of the State Assembly, and also attached to his report. ''
of Convicts
Tltusvllle, ria. of the Senate.In Report of the Supervisor

Week and Christmas are dra -. 185;; Mr. Oleaaon founded the city was received and filed. M. JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
U-Gala. On motion the order striking Mrs. _. 12C1O:
log near, and it will pay Jacksonvll of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, on the bank Chlpp of Futcb from the pauper list Is reconside = -- -. FLon I 111.\.
ads. In the where he organized a -
merchants to place their wa river, tbe IIl1t Ca+ y TITUSVILLE,
ed and she is placed on pauper
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. which he wan president, and secured the -IA C -- '
location of the U. S. Land office. at $5 per motith. FLORIDA -

Having studied law, be successful Report of J. L. Carruthers viewing and and marking P. J. TITUSVILLE, E. L. :se:: D-Z t :SEO.,
Hall committee )
( his examinations and was admitted "
( paused out public road to the Titusville cemetery .' f cenIJfil to the bar; and In 1858 he returned a .
without objo<)-
native town and married .MIsl was recnlved and, ALL FOOD PRODUCT
to his a AND HAY AND
JEWELERS AND 8ILVEUSMITIIS, Sarah Griffin, who survives him. tion, the same will be declared publlo a l 1wti 't GROCERIES, GRAIN ,
meeting. loran is
After the conclusion of the Civil Wa, road at the next : of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTCUZERWe :
PRODUCE
: I 41 West Day Street and Clerk's report of tax certificates redeemed We handle solicit the trade of all
J Mr. Olooaon came to Florida gave daring the moat deal exclusively In the above line of goods and consul
to the development i of and purchased all Groceries delivered at your station,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Ills boat en* rgles received. for prices on Grain and ,
Write us
Oct. 31, 1902, was I 9rs.
ending TITUSVILLE FLA.
the state. lie served fur two years iUout.Govemor all
, Largest stock la this section of countr, and also as a mem'ervf On notion the bond of County Treasurer E. L. BRADY & BRO. -
'4r ,
'
and the bond of
is fixed at $211,000,
Established in 18C8.( lie conceived the Idea

Send for descriptive catalogue. (
State by... series of short canals connec insolvencies and don hiissessments ,
List of errors,
This work has
rivers.
tho principal of
lalt presented by the Tax Cutlet -Dealer In-
BUSCH carrludout and will doubess 1' tif
f' .THE ANHEUSER ,. jeon partially motion the lame
received and on
tor; was ,
.
eventually.Several VEGETABLES
be completed GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND ,
allowed. GROCERIES
Mr Gleasop was was ;
ulnoe ,
: years roll for the county for ,
Brewing Asso's.Fuiuous itrlcken with paralysis l and his active The assessment Your Patronage :Solicited.
examined and Glass and Tinware.
:areer came to an end. He has been I\ble he :year 100-J:! was appl'oved Crockery, FLORIDA.
the Board. TITUS VILLK, -
around town and was a famlll.iIgure ; rfI by
t ,
and Bot- o get of the Peace Job nM.
8t.Louis Keg of Justices ,
Report -----
about( Eau Gal lie, always going/ the and C. Fonkling __. .- --
tied Beer. station to see tbe train. Ills lallt Sanders, U. G. Bronuon If f Your House Goes in Smokeand -

and ilckness was of only a few days duratioimd ; were received.Repol't. up INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
Bold by Meeira: F.A, Louie; of Tax Collector of licenses co -
.
A the end came very peacefully, Sal: ILnd loose everythingit .
R. Motlow! ,TltnevI1t .Fla. The funeral service at the acted during the month of October you TITUSVILLE, 'LA.s .
irday night.; ; State! and fl,3un! :w Is your own fault. t
Cocoa, Fla. the amounting to $2,959: loose. Special attentli
Moilow, attended -
By Mr. II. L. Jranacla was largely by people to furnish Ice In any qllllntlty"Iacked or
Oalile and Melbourne. Rev bounty was received.On FJ.ro: =:11.surctx.vo.: [ prepared Fair dealing U my motto.T. .
ti of Eau Yachts for family use.
Instructed to for or
! sacking
i ; motion the Clerk is the value of the property paid
ZAPF and daughters uQlolent to cover
JOSEPH .. W. Weatherwax cam .
Proprietor
with 153 poll WETMORE
I 4 from Melbourne to assist in the sin". barge the Tax Collector and household effects should be cur- ,

up ollected that were not assessed.On 'companion. .. -- -
not high. -
The Interment took place In the led. Rates are .-..-- -
Sole Agent. log. motion the Tax Collector Is allowd reliable and lib-
of the are solvent
the hill back we represent
nituml grove on list 412 .
::
I Indian Kiver day. to carry on the Insolvency ral. Claims are promptly adjusted. 1GIVEN
(lranada on a perfect !
.
ttI 010 to 020 West Day StreolJACKSONVILLE. No man who has ever lived on the Eaa .oils, assessed motion the and road not collected.On report of P. A. Don't neglect to take out a policy.SCRUYLER Special Attention

FLA. Coast) bad a firmer faith in Its future thaiovernor or loMlllan. G. ('. Paddison and J. O. Friesof & 3KAXNINO: ,
of Its possibilities
a better grasp Melbourne FLORIDA.
a' road from Malabar to TTUSVILLE, -
'
Gleason. ORDERS FORHardware -
was accepted and approved. In accept Correspondence Invited: TO MAIL:

R.. L. MOTLOWU Ing the road on the river front the Boart Glassware!

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.. ound by comparison that from Mrll.Minor' Tinware, Crockery, ,
87 60 ,
Metcalfa soutl R A Conklinir, Co Coin also ex
south line to
regular li: 80 40 40
line a ml\jol'ltyof the property owners) Co Com. else ex;. t! UtI Stoves.
J C Jones, and
The :Board met Monday morning Nov' ranted. the.road as per the report of thlinmmttte regular: !tf> (IH> I 62: 00 IIarness

3. 1002.() Present J M. nixon, chairman; therefore, a petition from J. J r Bell, Co Com eluo ex;, 47 2lregular '
; W Promptly
7: ,
11 a I w n. N. Andrews aud R. E. Mime, sacra. F.' Farley, et. al., fora road coveiinfractionlly P Hrowi, del ballot boieit. .. anU tffifOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders

l as nuted ... .. vo:
except .
route
tory. the same J 1> A lino.id
of last meeting were read ,' ,d. ...1.. utrlnknn voter" ....... 24 411
The minutes! Is on motion, rejt< '' 11 H Welton c& Son.
above 1110F
oJTkier
aod| approved.The Ou motion the Comptroller l. hlll'cbyr"quesled W W Hallarcl IX>.|.>nty KI.>.K .. .... u on' Jas. Fritcliard

tlol\.lIurt'r..rcpo..t. for the Dlo:4thof make order allotting.. tin H 11..1.! II ...: 1200)
an ,
to OS Slnitleton .
..
.
.
....
( dctober' ilK< )):!, wait received, read leik of the Circuit Court to assign Masrtlflcate P A MoMilluil, ? ,. .. .... 12 MOO: on PoHtoifice. Box 212,

found correct and redeemed warrant.. No. 1SU.: : ale of 1M)4.! for hllfull MOKilln, .. II .. .... 121M''

cancelled. the redemptionr KH Arnold, .,. .. .... u no FJ.orid.a.rXTUS"V'ILLE .
dll'Y value, and to allow u...> Uruil.l.jok, Titusville ::
II .... 12 Oil
read and ,
The usual list of bills were certificates covering II M Hrvunl
r all the other tax .. .. t. .... U 1X1U
,
1 {L lard for payment. the lands embraced In said tax certificate T.f ilaaten..en .. 110 --
M W Knight
I In that Lucre are only foul without interest and ; .... 12 on .
nppearluit at t their face value, K. r Po|>t>t>ll, Yr.A.DLE.:
lelenl!| pupils at Ankonn to attend scbool, IthouC collecting the subsequent omitted I'Vltal. t.' .- 't". "" ...... ,,,1200 121M') :: : :: : LaIVI3R!

IIoly an aid appropriation sixty dollars tax. 14J Field II .. .. 12 (HI

fur a four months attendance can b< On motion the Comptroller is hereby C W H Chandler\Nainnun. .. II .... 12 atw'rWalker
the to... H: e0IeTSmith. t" t HOUSES.:!
:
r'
ranted. order allowing .
make SADDLE
an ,
to
quested .... 11001 FEED ANn SALE ,
The proposition of Maj. F. M. Taylor Citu'k of the Ci. lIlt Court to assign ear .... 12 On

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers tn teach military dl.lI1ln schools at Titus floats No. 570, snio vt 1888 on the Nloof (It) L J (Stewart,hrl"l..n.en.t., .. .. .... 1.210 "v BUGGIES.

Ales, Stout, Etc. Die, Cocoa and Fort Pierce, was de t lot a i, Sec '::1\( Tp. 20, 8. R. 34 E. ((10 It 0 nnh..rts. .. eleo" ex."5 flfllft .. .. 12 HO ...STABLES...

fcytjend: ::! rue your orders!lTlTU clined. \tree) for its face value with interest 10d.1te J. C Jones, win for pub. regular. On f 10 00 BAGGAGE P SURREYS! .

Hoard adjourned to meet Monday and to allow the redemption of all J P Brown,attend Com else ex, 10 00 i t alr
:: VJT.LE and COCOA, FLORIDA morning l>oember 1, 1110:!. other outstanding certificate against; regular; 4 (H) J 14 00 *d TUKXOt of
4.1 TRANSFER
/ 11 :
J. M. DIXON \V 8 Norwood,exp' Reg ofllue,tleotlon ,
Attest : IInld land and collect all subsequent taxes Tom .Inlinnon.I tank: etc, tor JM and ,O KO 21 Wli
n. E. MIME, Chairman.Secretary. the basis of the tax levy for each yeari H Walton mprdie* for clerk's ntco 2., J ..all UiuilsKLU1UDA.-
on II A U I,I K G It .TC.
,
without nii.icli.lorl for convicts, etcfllK a nc
IIodgson Bros. an assessed valuation of flOUt R K: Mlnm, jr.
.
4 16
& Bro, indne for JM
the valuaon L Brady
iterest; this valuation being JPMiown.. "Insanity: ease. at 10a J. M. OSBAN & BRO.

MARRIAGE. for all late: years.Bill ADI'.nney.CoJIIIIKe, ".. on .
tAU OALL1E, INDIAN RIVER, FLA APPROACHING of John J. Padgett was rejected.Tax (! 1* Platte, phy.clan.t' ". .. 2.0 TITUSVIJ.l.EUack of Grand View hotel.- -
tat
Marine Railway. matters of Mrs.I S. E. Harbour, A, R I. lirown.com iiilttee" ,'. i oo

The following tells the tale'of the corn ustaverson, Mrs. C. M. Abdlll, Mrs. A. O DM II Walton Bryant,adv jury notice Ct C.. 4 00

Chandlers of one of the most popular and M. K. Hill laid '.., .,.. so no THE OLD RELIABLE
J
General Merchants and Ship In ig marriage K. Hogg; ; Benj. Hogg J P Brown.. ........ 5 on
and II
Facilities.. mnd ladles on Indian River, we over from last meeting were taken up. Stewart Janitor, accountant............ ...... 15 OOin
..Special wish her every joy In advance: Aftcr comparison with other assessment, A A Howler,leirjm.in, onin Kollins: College
R .
and not excessive; therere .MConkllnR, ferryman....... ... ..... 00 ,
Out Storing RepairingYachts flnd that they are r
For Hauling ,
tutor KitKl' Count Advocate Elnctrlo Light Co.. .,... .. 1000)
the Board refuses to grant any re ; .... o oo OPCDictober
and Launches. RY' Ooode > \ p Penney, salary county Judge" Has Florida charter The South Florida College
"UM. and Mrs. request! action. warden 4.110! Founded 1885. special OninfiiBounty.

ADVOOATH! when writing. the pleasure I ;of your: 1 lIoat; tile marriage In the mutter: of the road from roll coo T'\VI1Xorwood H Rohlnmin, atuiio WeBOttlcer .. ... ......... in-I, 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, among: the spring-fed lakes of
the .... .
Mention .. .3-183
Annie Blma to find.. H..O..len.t\alary. l'r. Atty malaria.!
Hoard Absolutely no
of their daughter to the Sfbastlan river the oonvli-w to ol1ml' .,. ... 271 .
Mr. Claude Merwin Ueaujean Sunday that the Supeiintendant of Roads am .1 P Hrt.wu Stewart Orally r-p'>rt tax red ..... .... la COLLEGE. PREPARATORY SCHOOL.iIUSIC .

Manager Wanted. evening November the twenty-third guard of convicts made a mistake aWilllamson's A to.A ,54 rec tux .ila. ... ... .. 32' SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTIOX.UTSIXES3 .
\
.. .. ..... 310(1Mr :
IMil tux
nineteen hundred and two, at eight place, in that I they loft the< I': W. Hall but,coma on pauper... .... ........ lOll() fcCUOOL. i ART SCHOOL.

o'clock. Holy Trinity Episcopal church, route an prayed for I lu the !petition, and neolienbam T5 Lvman .' ..... ... .... ... 1011() I .
We lodlto to 'employ a trustworthy Melbourne, Florida. At Homo after viewed the committee. As eal'ly; .r Lewis ........ .... AdM ) Excellent equipment. Thorough; modern InstructIon.oautlfullocltlon. .
by
as ........ ... ..... II oCMoNnlliS for every student
A
lady or gentleman to nw age: our bunt- December the twenty-fifth, Melbourne an practical the road will be placed 01 : Futch, .' .. .... ... ..... 6(1 room applicative
s on
nUll terri .. ... ..... Jest Board. Expenses low. Best Influences. Catalog
ness in this county adjoining Florida. the line as laid out by the committee Tucker .. ion
L
.' ........ ........ 811ttllaKlii. Fl*
and Park.
Houao Is well favorably et. al. agalns Winter
Goode ,
Our K. W. Horn
ProttsM A D. D. Principal
tory. REV. GEORGE M. WARD ,
...... ........ 8(1VmAnilennn ()
known. $.!O.OO straight cash salary and TURPENTINE FARM. Malabat and Melbourne rood wan flIed. : ," ....... ... ..... 8 CMI i iMr

all expenses paid 1 each week by Check THE On motion road report of C. II. Rice \ ..J. C. Johnson, .... .. ... .. 8(1)

....... ......, 60
from Hoadquaiters. Expense Pries Is received and accepted Samantha0rlme. t.
direct and J. O. .' ................ 6(1Mm
money advanced;previous experience un- Mr. D. 1K:. Monroe has returned to Tltunvtlle At the next meeting, without protes, John II Herrlnic Prewwtt .. .. .. .. ..... 60 THE NEW YORK GROCERY -COMPANY.WHOLESALE .

nooee.arypositloupelmauent; Address, from a visit to his family. at the same will bo declared a public road. Henry Bowman ... 60
Tiio-MA J. (COOPER Manager lOW Cax- Lake City and has boon busily engaged On motion road report of W. K.' Koescl J F Wooten,comp aftr etatlette,j:::: ::: Tl* IV

III.1TTANTEDA order at his turpeqtine, and accepted H W B Drew Co,Blip for clerk'n oftlne.. 31\0
ton liuilding, Chicago, jetting things In and J. O. Fries Is received Woot..n,4 IJ corns tax aM..*M>r III.J.HUI \10

farm on the Delosplne Granti Ihss south of At the next meeting! without protest, J J R V Wlker Co..nul.e'orjall.: .. ..... IIIIJO FRUIT PRODUCE&. POULTRY MERCHANTS.
,
about ... .
isH
road.
'TRUSTWORTHY OKNTLB- TltUHvllle.\ At present the same will be declared a public .Kllne.m.l.oro1"j..U.
to convicts working on the farm, and road of E. B..Arm>U R Wilson, mod atten pAtrfieni ds: prtiioii fl oH I'rmii"& .
In each manage motion report and
l On .
hon ol
... butunesforanoldetahilahed more will soon fol1ow. and Dave Hunter received and accept Road Jk Briiliia:: : Kunrt-bmtrlct. No. 2.AUwn ,air
mild flimuutul ntiimltiiit.!!: A utmltcbt.. bona 'tide The distillery in to be located near the At next meeting, .without protest, 8 Wilson read work _.. ......... .,117 and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We gi .wll'ave '
check each ed. '
weekly eesh.alaryot$18.mp.hlby| ..... .. ... .. IS entrusted to. >'I 0
Weiliiuaduy walk all exiwiifttm direct f torn had railroad about seven or eight!; miles the same will be declared a publlo rondo I A 8 Cleveland, District l Vo.S.' lose personal attention to the consignments I\nftany business

"IIrL"r. Money: mlvanoed, fur expeiiiMM.". Man- south of Tltusvllle, and ere long everything Bond of C. B. Sanders, as. principal, J O Frl,, mirveytnit rmuU .. ... ........ jj ort the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Keturn- art
agar", ,iHO Caxtoti Imll.lniK.. UUIougo.!; iJan3 will be working: In full swing. R. Sanders and H.St. Clair Ms W nreen. rent of houiw),eons..... .... go PowWinlons ;
Hast Mr. with W. Wesson W II hon. rte,road work .... .. .. .. ..... 3111 fade on tbe day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage!
cottage, &
Having routed tho bet as sureties, to carry a Smith Handera. acct contract.... .. ...... .. ao 00 pineapples Plums, O'V1' !
Peacbeb
Land For Sale. Monroe! will soon move his family toTitusville. pistol, No. 32:1403;): : caliber :'M, wai. O II on Heal work. ... 131.K ( Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, ,
approved. Ivpy A :::Itn. ir. ln |wo roaOn..';:...::::: ::::: 114 etc., etc. *

Protest of Rebecca J. Richards ajaln8tpubllo K B Hllllaril Arnold,,bathing road work'r-Mula....:::::..: :.::: 50WM 80T : We solicit correspondence and will keep you in touch with the markfThe

17g! acres llrst-claas pineapple land, A New lload In South Tttii vlU.. road located by Messrs. Kacoy ant J Wheeler .. .. .,.....B 1

desirable front, on St. Lucle river at a !Fries was received and filed. Jill rrevatt,Auft.! part Sept, Snpt oonv ? 46 TUntrlct New York Grocery Co.,

bargain.. For reasonable. terms write, of this has In the matter of the Koselund road, conrlcU.No 4. ........ 3 2
place
for -
M. Robbins miU FLOKIPiSeeds
Conkllnir
W. W. LC"CKTibballl Mr.! Goo. employed the Commissioner from tbe :3rd dUtrlc' R A. .Jonell. .. .. .. ... (M M 10\1-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE,
of II M
men :
Fla. recently had a force road ont Deles.pIneGrant. Is Instructed to compromise with the J r fiwvatt,sal an\l'exp| Oct, part Sept... 71) 1IHntrlot --"'"
out a new No. O. -
grubbing :
; which opens up some tine parties whoso.. lands are Interested. Upon Bellexam brliliceeto..... ... ...... 8 00 -- --
bank of Indian failure to make the compromise, be is to J T F O Fries nurireylnit ro..il< .. ........ ..,.. 23 111
Drnyins.; building altos oa the condemnation proceedings.In W W Otrltoll.rep weak out..............,. 4 00
road which Is being laid enter For Summer
a
The IVPpoclal
River. the matter of the river front road at' TJellll..n. work nn Crops.
from tIle Titusville Tannic Road Funil" -Dliitrict No. 1.
Drayhli orllau1lnf) lit ill I lode promptly with fibre alonir the roar of the Eden, now comes L. E. K. LeTourneatand aaGardner,aeutrontntct.......... ..... 1000
attended to. Meet.i ll\ll traius. :Stove Acid Factory, runs J. Richards to enter protest Ol'trlct Xo. 2.

wood supplied residences of !Messrs. Kobblns, Bast anti R. the appropriation of their land;, A Z Dixon.road work..... ...... ......... 221 10 Teosinte.0'
and the county road near against lilHtrlot No.6. Velvet Deans peanuts Chufas,
Tltusville. Nelson joins Millets, Sorghums Soja Beans, ,
AIADLJCT road
ALrREI upon ....
for a publlo 40
and shooting grounds.. for riglit-of; -way John Henry, for contract ana pr't'g'
the baseball at. ... ... ... 7715 Beggarweedclean.
Nelson Avenue the line reported by the committee K C :!*earn shell '" ''
i This new road is known as said right w"'k..ri' .t Forfeiture; Fund.:
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, and U now open for traffic. Those this meeting and require that l Brown crtnl'rnoI' Co Ct' .... :361
exercise of tin C3AI :PEAS: :
this road of-way be acquired by the A Stewart .... 89
over A
..
have not yet gone
who fees ." .... 30 Of]
of of eminent domain. I> L flauluen, con''
should do so.PIIYSICiANPRESCRIBE. right way .. r. .... Sn6T Whlpp. Clays Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyfingers
and ,
Pressed ;and Repaired. I.adlell'dressfllI The following bills were examined: a specialty. Address, approved by the finance committee, lI1\d J l ABobbitt' Brown. gnarl cam feeityrls on Knft "" "" ,..... 24 7/ Clean Bright tock; Lowest Prices. Conch Teas, 35;;0 J er qt., Postpaid

I SA11T':! KrtKiss, IT.-MAny warrants ordered to be drawn for tb.!I It t-lIuq. ; VriHni..r.Fund.J peck; $4.2\: bUlbeL

JlijjnolU Avenue and Oth ::Street broad minded physicians prescribe Fo- same, this Nov. Otb 1KJ! : : P Brown feeding prhOlI..r...... ....... 243 4// Poultry Supplies Stock FOOd, Insecticides Garden Toes, Fertilizers.

P. O. lios 355.i :Sanford, Fla. ley's Honey and Tar as they have never Itanitral Revenue Fund. On motion the Board adjonrned ti L. CAMERON The Seed Store,

found BO sate and reliable a remedy for John R Walker Co Com alee e", 10 OA Ircirnlur meet the first Monday in December lOttiJ FLA.

this throat and! lung troubles as this !great 400 I. II.. 0.( 8n: a. m. If4 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE,
ads :
::iRealing: notice on page medicine. Sold by D. U. Wilson A Son.:) John R Mlot, Co Coin and mileage.... ... > 4
week.
are live cents per line per









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