East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
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System ID: UF00079908:00217
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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. -Look for W. W Luce's ad. page: S. -Mr. U. W. Rhodes returned from HUNTING ON EAST COAST. AMONG THE HOTELS,
-Judge C. O. Butt, of Orlando, was in -Major Dawson, a prominent residentof Miami yesterday. -

(1 Topics of General}. Interest. town from Saturday:! until Monday the Narrows was In town Wednesday -Mr. bL S. Sl\ms, of Courtcnay, was The yacht Merle S., left, last Saturday Where to stop along the East Coast.

.-Mr. W. II. IT. Gleason, of Eau Oallie -Capt. C. F. Fisher has been having In town yesterday. for the head of the Indian River See list of hotels on page 7.

THE ADVOCATE was in town on Tuesday and Wednes his corner lot on Julia street cleared up UNION: MADE OVERALLS strong with-McRsrs. F. B. Scoble N. Stumpe Manager E D. Langworthy of the

$1.1SO per annumin advance. day. this week. line Walker & Co'., Titusvllla.Mrs. and A. N. Meld, on a duck hunt. They Rldgewood hotel, Daytona, Is getting

il.OO '. six: months '' -Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished cot- returned to Titusvllle Sunday evening, his house for the
in order
-Mr. Sidney Hanford, one of Green Gco. W. Holmes, of City Point, and report killing; the limit of the law, opening
2.00 an. to foreign countries. tage, In South Titusville is for rent for
per the winter. Cove Springs': popular residents, arrivedIn and daughter were In town yesterday.Mr. and having had a fine time genoiully. Mr. Olla Muller, proprietor of the
Apply at the ADVOCATE
hen subscribe for the ADVO- town Wednesday.The Hotel Palm Miami formerly the Palm
you office. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce Dr. E. E. Rollins and Mctssm. Wm. M. ,
B: by the year It does not cost youe Titnsville school has in and Thurs Cottage: has made a large addition to
public just was town on Wednesday
Brown L. A. and G. It.
Brady lomph
Included.ote -Attorney Geo. :M.: Robbins returned ,
cents week postage the house which Is now
per received nice for the of open.
a day.
organ, purpose of
Saturday last, from Augusta, Ga., wherehe Titusvllle went quail shooting Tuesday -
date of expiration printed uponr went upon legal: business. On Mon- assisting the children in their. singing I IlesMons. -Dr. W. I.. Hughlett, of Cocoa, has rooming. They returned home In Hotel Biscayne, Miami und' r the management -

paper or wrapper every week. This day he left for Fort Pierce. been attending the Stare meeting of doctors a few hours with the full compliment of : of the popular S. 'liahani. Is

receipt for your money. No needus ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST IN at fet. Augustine this week. quail allowed by law. Dr. Rollins has now open. Mr. Grahams il ,(ht hand

to send receipt for subscription.. YOUNG GENTLEMEN I J.ookat Continental Woolen Dress "Fabrics at prices that FOR GOOD FRESH GROCERIES AND the thanks of the AuvpoATK for the nice man, Mr. Louis Cole, formed of Titus
0 date gives It to you. Tailoring Co's. sample book. can not be duplicated. J. R. Walker bunch of Iuallllont to this office. vllle, still "holds the for as chief olerk..
Walker is an expert on a fit. Try him.J. & Co. Titusville.On Vegetables, at the lowest prices, try
R. Walker Co., Titusville.Mr. W. E. Goldsmith Titusvllle Fla. Our hunters are now doing themselves Mr. C. O. Chamberlln who was form

Reading notice ads. are ten cents : Wodnesday. Mr. E. A. Fro cber, proud. They shot two deer and a turkey erly with Mr. J. R. Campbell, proprietor
P -Mrs. IT. Julius Smith nnd family of
Robt. I,. Motlow left here Tuesday ,
business director of the Florida Lyceum one day week and sent a saddle
this I of the St. James hotel Jacksonville, for
line on page. Pompton Lakes N. J. will be at their
for Winchester Teen where his '
Circuit left here fur Daytona and Jack. of venison home to their families. Messrs.. a number of Is In Daytona, where
Malabar items came to hand too late wife has been spending the summer. He sonvllle, and will go through to Miami winter home at Itockletige next week. Miller and Thompson, of !Kilon, and he gutting years.the Palmelto hotel In readiness .

this issue will' return In a week or so with his wife to-mouow, :Saturday: -Dr. L. A. Peek of Melbourne, returned Messrs. Itacey, Iloko and Richards for the winter, season.

Jno. M. Dixon left for Cocoa and family.Mr. home, after attending; Jensen, compose the band, and they are
Dr. Improvements on our streets are still. ''eliterd"Y. Joseph 1' Greaves of Hotel
visit to his mother. Wm. Illndle, of Cocoa, has been the mooting 0 St. Augustine. having Hire sport, says our Ellen oorre>. Manager ,
inlay on a going: ahead and a !gang of men have Alcazar, St.! Augustine came south,
Attorney Smith of Jacksonville, busily engaged this week, putting a new been leveling and grading Julia street Judge 111. S. Jones, who has been poiidunt. h.om New York, last week anlll\fter..
train roof on the grocery store of Dr. S. W. tills week. The work U in charge 'of holding Court In DeLund, returned to Hunters In the neighborhood of Titus short stay ho returned north, lie has
s a passenger on Monday's on ('anol1. 1lrlllDdle Is being assisted by Marshal Van Worley.Mr. Titusville on Tue day, and will hold ville come Into town dully, well loaded been busily employed of late, purchasing
to Jensen. J.Hn'll.Mr. '
way Mr. P. Court here on Monday.Mr. with game; and as to fishing, Mr. A. R.
etc. for the Aioacar.M .
new pictures
D. W. of the
Monroe turpentine Gladwln he can and does catch all
new line. See them at J. R. Walker and Mrs. J. P. Wilson and :Miss farm, left hero, Wednesday, for Lake T.. J. Morey, of Loughman arrived he wants In Indian River not far from annger Fred Starry of the New Homestead -
Lula McGuIre left, Titusville\ \ Monday City to pack his household goods In Titusville on Thursday of last Springs
t Go's. Titusvllle. up the Indian River hotel. Hn says nobody hotel, Hot ,. Va, passed
evening, for a visit of a week at Indfan- and return with his wife to Titusville, week, and has accepted, a position in W. need be without fish in Titusvllle for It through Titusvlllo\ Monday, on his way )

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins have ola with friends and relatives. They where they will reside permanently.Mr. E. Goldsmith's grocery store. I Is to be caught within a short distanceof to Palm lioncli to take cursory glanceover
posed their fine Jersey' cow to Mr. cent in the yacht Outing.Mr. .
the homes of the residents. the Polnclana and Breakers,
-:! Ed. Miller of Jupiter, came up -Mr:\ Howard Ilarklshelmer one Royal
tch, of Eau Gallic. L. F. Pettee and family of New merchaots.1was two of Mr. Henry M. Flaglor'a famous
to town. Wednesday to meet his father of Jacksonville's prominent Senator M. S. Quay, Senator! Pen- .
Weak or Hat-chested people shouldt York, will\ \ be at their winter home Rain- who drove a team here trom LaGrange, In town yesterday on his return Glom rose, and eleven others passed through hotels. ,

fall to read: the article on deep bow Villa\ \ Kockledge, on the Oth of De Ga. They changed places at :Titusvllle a trip down the East Coast Titusvllle, Monday on their way to their :Mr. TI. F. Stewart, proprietor of the

athlng on our 4th page.: cember. Their many Indian River friends Mr, Miller I going by train to Jupiter, amlMr. -:Mr.\ E. A. Frosoher who has been respective northern homes. They were Seaside:: Inn, Goodall, Is putting his hotel

R SALE CHEAP A FINE BAR will' be glad to see them !South again. Ed. Miller taking the horses by road. down at Miami In the Interest of the Fra- on board the private oar Courier, and In first-class condition for the coming:

one horn, costing $:: .OO. Apply to -Mrs. W. S. Graham and Masters -Mrs. M. A. Curtis, of Eden, Fla., ternal Union of America, I.as returnedto had! been down at St. Lucle for a couple tourist a""onIr.! Stewart will open
'II. W." care ADVOCATE office. Ralph and Harold Graham of Miami, who has been spending the summer in the home of his parents at LaGrauge. of weeks. In conversation with an the Seaside, Inn next month, when he

were among Monday's southbound passengers Naples, N. Y., was among Tuesdays ADVocATE representative, they said their will be ready to welcome hi* old friend
Capt. E. Webster, of Tlbbals, who en route home from Philadelphia southbound passengers, en route to her DON'T BUY CHRISTMAS GOODS now. outing was a very enjoyable oneand they and new.
s been spending the summer In Con- where they bad been spending the winter the She was wait and sue our line. Coming-the killed any am )unt of (ducks 'l'arpon-
home Netheiby. The Hotel St.
Magnolia Augustine
is home this week. largest most varied and up-to-date line ,
uticut expected summer wi.h relatives. Mr. and Mm. Lytle !Senator Quay's favorite ttsh-however,
accompanied by will for the November
ever shown In Titusvllle. Walker Co. probably open season on
Mrs. T. W. of Jensen has who will the winter with her. were scarce on this occasion.
Anderson -Canaveral Club's new launch, the spend 21th, three days before Thanks
urned home, after a pleasant visit Blue Bill, made her trial trip on Sunday -Mr G. Noll one of Shi lob's promi- Attornev C. C. Chllllngworth, of ---- -- -- ----- -- giving. Some few repairs have boon

th her mother Mr. J. N. Feaster, at morning last, taking Supt. J. G. nent orange: growers, was In town on West Palm Beach, who Is looking lifter a A HARDY ORANGE AT LAST. made to the hotel, but It la practically

G rango. !last over towards the Club-house at Tuesday with his wife. lie has been murder cane to come before Judge: M. I S.:! randy for opening, as during the past

. EVERY CRlI't Chester Shoals. Engineer Bourne was and planned Jones next week, was In town Monday.! two yeais a large sum bus been expended
\RDWARE OF Df< shipping grapefruit, was quite The Department' of Agriculture has for
t ion.. Healing Stoves fur coal l. wood, In command of the Blue Bill.\ over tilt fact that he received $7.iO( a -Mr. nml :Mrs. T A Snider, of Cincinnati years been trying. to produce an orange; In all. kind of Improvement.

oil, !gas, or gasoline.. Gao II. Fernald, -Mr. O. B. Boyett, of Mlms, recently' box for them from W. J. Duncan & <'o 0 panned through' here, yesterday that will withstand the cold waves tlmt Mr. Andrew S. Len, a former proprietor -

:Sanford, Fla., killed a large rattlesnake. He culled at New Yoik. We acknowledge a pleasant ou their way to Hobe/ S uiul for the have devastated the groves of Florida of hotel Indian River, Rnckledge, Is

-Mr, and Mrs.. George F. Miles who the ADVOCATE office this week, and call. winter.. 'Iheyhavo built a |>nlallal residence twice In the last >cade, says the Frultmau's out of the Oellon"\ hotel, at Omaha the

ve been spending the summer HI Pomt showed us the skin, which measured 7ft. -The weather this week has been at Ilia' favored spot, and will entertain Guide.HerbottM. propoity being taken over by Ill r. }I. F:

, Center, Conn., have returned to St.: in length: (without the head) and ]tin. warm, the temperature ranging from ito uu a lavish scale this winter Webber of tin department Ciuly, of the Cady Lund, Company, the

iRustlne\ for the winter. in breadth It was one of the largest 84 decrees in the ADVOCATES office, -As will he seen bv referring to an- Is now ready to announce tint he hall developed owners of the building. Mr. I.ee madean

rattlesnakes killed in this section in along notwithstanding fact that all windows other column, Mr.;'(J. A. Frost has enter- an orange that can he grown :l1)<)O assignment to Mr. Cndy. who has put
-Mr. C. T McCarty, commissioner toe while. and doors have been wide open. ed Into patlnersMii with Mr. Wilde II. miles further north than the varieties Mr. It. W. Johnson in charge of the

Florida State Fair, accompanied by will In Titus. Many of our townspeople discarded their Jones, and they will do a real estate and hitherto commonly grown In Flotilla hotel. w

's. McCaity, passed through TitusvilleMonday -Circuit Court convene coats and vests so that they could l make Insurance business, as well ns atteucl to lie has accomplished by clowning. the Manager Arthur L. Marsh, of Hotel
ville on Monday! next. Theieare quite a C
en route to Eldrcd. number of cases to come up for trial before themselves as comfortable as possible loans and collections [Success! to them. Japanese with trifoliate the orange, an ornamental Indian Klver' Rockledge, arrived at St.Augustlgo .

-Mr.. Oeo. deG.Schuyler.. of Canaveral, of -Mr. Oeo. R. who has been tire, common virlaflos successively ou Tuesday accompanied' by
Judge M. H. Jones and some our Oomph -Prof. J. Gresham of Brooklyn, whoIs until a tine fruit capable of enduring a
10 has been studying medicine, Su- people ate under the impression that employed In the Bank of Bay Biscayne thinking or a factory at Port Orange, extreme, cold has been Mrs. Marsh and children, and the Misses
.onee, Term., is now at the Memphis Court will continue for two or three for several months, returned from Miami, a report of which will\ be found In an- produced. Florence and Sallie Joyce. They had all

Jdieal\ College, Memphis, Tenn.Mr. weeks. There are several murder cases Tuesday, and his many lends are glad other column,.was a passenger on Wed buen spending, the summer at the Larking .

- and Mrs. F. K. Colby, who have to be tried, which will take considerabletime. to see him In Brovard'a county town nesday's train on Ills way to the River- CHURCH NOTICES. house Watch 11111, It. I. Notwithstanding

ent the summer at Macatawa, Mich., again. Mr. Oomph Is the guest of Mr. view hotel, Merrltt. lie returned to L reports to the contrary, Mr.
Wm. M. Brown but he will leave f< r Marsh, will again be at Rockloilge this
ere passengers on yesterday's soutb- -Mr. R. B. Cable, formerly connectedwith Jacksonville next week to enjoy the Daytona' yesterday.A Services In the Catholic church Sun winter.
'und train, en route to their winter the defunct Indian River Steam. festivities.Mr. special train passed through Titus- day, Nov. 2.rd:! at \10 a. m.

'me at Eau Gollie. boat Co. and J., T. & K. W. Ry. Co., coming villa\ on Monday, with the following; on The Titusvllle Presbytoilnn Sunday Messrs. Waite A Foote, late of the At-
arrived the W inns hotel Jacksonville R. W. Rhodes who has been a lantlo and Atwood hotels, at Narragansett -
ILL AT IMIOTO- has at or hoard : VIIJ..Prultlent l J. It. Parrot,
F. M. TAYLORCS : school will meet at i a:::11)!! every .Sumliiy
graphic Gallery Tltn viJIe. and seeMs \ to spend the winter. Mr. Cable: resident of Titusville for many years, has Crafllo Manager\ P. Beckwlih 'and General afternoon. Pier U. I.the are now busily engaged
and both of moved Miami and his family will soon In arranging Ulan Atlantic hotel,
samples of Photographs. Flash- U accompanied by his wife to Superintendent It. 'I'. HolT, of the
.Ight by at time. them have been receiving hearty greetings follow. It was Mr. Rhodes' Intention to Florida Kuitt Const Railway and Mr. Archdeacon It. F. Brown will' liold) ill- Daytona, which they will manage this
Always appointment any : from their numerous Jacksonville I open a branch at Miami but as It would Fred bter.y, manager of the Hotel 1'uln- vine services next Hunday at WavelnniiJu season. 'I'h"yare both young men but 1

something new fi tends.Mr.. be expensive running to and fro to Titus clnna. Palm. Hoiwjli. They were on their n so n at \low():: a. in ; also, at l':den-'I'ib- : old In the business, and will manage this

-Mr, I'orson Paddlson, of Fort Pierce, vllle, he decided to make Miami his permanent way to Palm Jteach.Mr. l>al. at .'!:::10!< p. m. hotel In first-class style. A* previously
me up to town last Friday, to take his W. II. McFarland, who has been home. Ills many friends In this reported, In the AIIVOOATB, this hotel
degree In Masonry. Mr. Paddlson looking after the Florida State! Fair re- section were sorry to see hi m leave I. but K.: li. Brnckett of the firm of E. -The ladles of the Baptist church wilt\ has not been leased by Mr. J. I'. Vlnlng.Prof .

le the goat with considerable skill, turned to Tltu vllle, yesterday, and the wish him all success in his new location. It.. Brackett *: Co., commission merchants give an oyster supper In the oM Huroven Al. de Walter" of New

modeling It was his first attempt. hoys are all glad: to see, him-especially This tine corner store Is now to rent. was a passenger (Wednesday's drug store building, next Tuesday even who, George made such ) of the
he entertained and Ing. AU sre cordially invited York, a success
the band I boys, who quite southbound train, en route to COCOA
- The West Palm Beach Tropical Sun Mr. L. C. Brannliig was called to St. balls at Hotel Royal I'olnclanland the
royally at Lake City. Last night the In. Hoc k.1 e.I/oCo./ lie Is buying oranges for Itev. J. G.. Black will proitch morningand
Yh that Ex-President Grover Cleveland dian River Band serenaded Mr. McFar- Augustine on Tuesday upon business I his firm In New York. Yesterday he Breakers I'alm teach, last winter, has,
1 secured at Stuart in D.ide connected with' \ the Florida East evening at ilaptisteburob, Titus- been at The Homestead Hut (Springs,
quarters land at the Indian River hotel and Man. matters left for Jensen, and will bit In Jack."nvll1e vllle the second nod l fourth will
unfy, and will spend a few weeks there ager.Bast); tendered them all a free sup Coast Hallway Ills many friends-while! to morrow. Mr. Brackett will be on :Sundays V'n., for some time, and remain there
is winter. He the fishing and feel to lose him In 'Titusvllle In each Everybody \bt cordially until the popular I'alm Bench hotels
says per to which about thirty sat dOlll'n.The they sorry In New York In time for Thanksgiving.Messrs. Invited to attend.
toting 18 excellent.Mr. : will\ ha pleased to learn he has \been appointed open tlilt winter, when he will take the
= teachers of the Titusville High agent to the new F. J<:. C. Railway Wm. M, Brown and E. L. position Maitterof Ceremonies as Jiere
- J. A. Booth of Branch vllle, Fla., School will' give a Lawn Party this (Friday station at I'alm Beach, which will Brady returned to town 1 rom Miami on Door, Mash and IIIImlM.' tofore. We learn he Is meeting with

meily of Brantley on Merrltt Island ) evening Nov. 21st, In front of the open for the first lime this winter. After Tuesday. Mr. Brown has beau In the much success at Hot Spring

* been a guest of the Sembler Cottage Indian River hotel. Oysters, coffee Ice the season is over, we hope to see metropolis of Dude, looking: after the Building :Material\ and Brick at lowest Charles U. Crelghton who will
tusvtlle\ this week. Mr. Booth is on cream and cake will\ be served, and the him again Installed in Titusvllle. Mr. building of his new bank : and Mr. Brady price Prompt shipments. Mr. the Colonnade. Hotel, Seabreeze
'Mirof the East Coast visitingftiendvg Hand will\ choice has been attending to business In his manage
Indian Klver perform a Palm
and :Mrs. Branning will GKO.: II. FfcliifALb: (Shares this winter I la bus
d l for Palmer' ,
also of W.lienlamin .
looking the Interest
after Brown shouldered
selection of the popular airs of the day. store. Banker -
. Beach on Deo. 15tb.Uardner's. grocery Sanford, Fla. ily engager} In putting the house In readiness
wholesale fruit and vegetle /- Several:! of the bent. looking young ladiesIn his. gun: Wednesday morning and Mr. S. E.
commission merchant of Boston. oft the wools after for the coming season.
Titusvllle will serve the refreshments; hied himself to quail.
. Flyers.< friend. the Tents for Halo Clieap. Morris, formerly of the Tampa! Bay, will
Prof. Kaufmann, leader of the Lake and as the Lawn Party will be given for Had his Miami seen big bagof have charge of the billiard room and
orth the benefit of our High School, we hope quail lie brought back to Titusville" -
returned on Saturday night, i barber Charles Coslow Is head
'm Lake City where he attended the to see a large attendance this evening, Meat choppers .1.19 and $1.30, they certainly would have been envious.\ Protect your orange trees. and tender und shop.Van Norwlckan an efficient
Is cordially Invited.Mr. Loose bottom plates .1Octs. plants from cold ; MoFarland/) tents, porter
ire Fair the for everybody pie of
as a valued addition to Mr. R. I. Griffith of Providence. It. sale electrical engineer, will have charge
. 5 and loots. all sizes, for cheap.
ilan River band from Titusville. Mr. E. M. Goodall of Sanford. Me., Coat Piano hangers dusters 85 and fiOcts.Barbers' I Iqforms. us) that he expects to tie down, Was M. HKOWN, the light plant. All the help this) Mason
lufmann says he was treated royally, one of the largest plush manufacturers lOcts. at his old 1 quarters (Rookledge; ) a little TlttisVlllo f la. will be white.'
"I 1 has but words of for the AD shaving soap, special about the first of
nothing praise In the United States and one of earlier this llea on-
< fellow Beach Gasoline stoves $.!.r.o) and $. .ftO. Tbo National hotel, Washington, I).
musicians.-West Palm VOCATE'S valued subscribers, arrived in January. Mr Griffith Is a regular winter -
oplcal Hun. town Monday, for the purpose of looking C. A. GAIIDWBH, Titusvllle Fla. visitor to the East Coast, and lots of To Kent I"orVlntcr HOHMOII of C., 'hi" still doing a flourishing business Mr.
AIIVOOATK representative.
--Capt. J. 0.. Walton has moved his at his brother's fine orange grove and I his friends. whu" > gather there In the season 1OO12-, at Jtocklml .,. say Geo.an.. Muitt I I.* the genial anti popular

:ice to the new building of the American to make arrangements for lengtheningand Cottages for Itent. are prouil to shake his hand. Mr. manager; and he I* ably supported by
larger naphtha engine In i Griffith and son. Mr. Walter A. Griffith,
putting a :
DBtruction Company Atlantic avenue, Mr. John M. Williams book-keeper anti
ston, from which ,premises be will his auxiliary: launch, Nemo, which Is : Two of the five room cottages at I Rainbow who Is looked upon as the smartest business Desirable furnished cottage In beautiful cashier; Mr. H. E. Wood, chief room
Titusvllle. I Rhode Island and run location on shore of Indian River,one
In own
ip his Patent Self-Locking Tackle housed on Nelson's ways Villa, Kockledge Fla., to rent for man clerk Mr. 1C. W. ItoMonbaum, assistant
ocks Mr. Goodall left for Daytona, Tuesday, I one of the largest and! best' jewelry factories mile and a quarter! south of nostofllne ;
to all parts of the United States. the winter season. Hnnolng water. room clerk; and Mr. J. .F. Queen, clerk.
.'U to Join his father and mother, who own and furnished all ) In that State. Mr. Griffith, senior and hotels. Nine rooms, Including bathroom lot
can read something about the blocks New prettily complete The above are.a jovial and courteous
IKO.X))) for the
Goodall. He will I. also looked as of the most
t our second and seventh pages. The a winter residence at and one of the prettiest places on the! upon one ; private of young gentlemen, of who the IlIe.t""peak
nerlcan Construction return, to Maine about the first of De- : Indian River to spend the winter. Address ardent and successful anglers that visit season family; references re-
cture the finest roller Company. In manu-this cember, and probably return to Titusvllle I the East Coast of Florida for he !generally quired. Apply to, J. 8. COAT, very highly
bearing ,
take cruise with a'' catches more fish than other t.f. Kock ledge, Fla.
and a any
'entry, and the demand for them U later, 1.. F. PETTicie,
ormous. party of friends from Maine, a* far southas : 2t 157 Franklin St., Now York. winter visitor to Rockledge. Htove Wood for 8i,,l(\.

Miami. We acknowledge a pleasantcall I Launch for Hale. -
from Mr. Goodall. For stove wood, leave orders at: S.: J.

Furnished Rooms to Kent. Launch for Sale. ALI: NQTICI:. :Norton' grocery store or the potofflce.1'ree. .
Alco-Vapor Launch, 31x71 foot 1 H.

Pour Yawl For Sale. Length 25: feet, beam 0 feet. Standing Monday, Nov. 24tb will'he the startIng P. engine, canopy top, glass) forward,
furnished for rent In TitusApply .
lie.' rooms roof and storm curtains. Mahogany : of the Biggest Halt of Clothing ever copper bottom, built of oak and white

to AIM. M. C. MIMS.Fla. Yawl 40 feet by 12 feet 6 nnlsh with Mahogany and glass partition known In Florida. We have only fifty cedar, with, all necessary equipment '
Titusville Auxllliary
2 feet :Inches. Now la full separating engine room from cockpit. suit to close out, for any amount you ft years old, not an unsound spot In her Beautiful Illustrated catalogue: of novelties
Inches by Four berths in cabin, one Lockers under all seats. Pantesote,cork have In your pocket. Also our entire In perfect repair and thoroughly first hi Solid Gold, Gold Filled and
Seed Cane for Sale. 6 feet 2 Inches head room In filled castings. Hull copper sheathed. line of Ladles' Shoos and GenU' Furnishing class condition, as good a* new. Is very Sterling. Address,
forward. 4 b. motor. Full In- 6 II. P. Aloo Vapor Motor safe and re- Goods to go at cost. Come early fast for her clas*. Would curt, new D. H. POSTER,
Toilet. ,
cabin. over2MJO. For sale at less than half U Laura St., Jacksonville' Flu.
liable, uses Kerosene. For farther particulars aDd get the first :
J.OOO by red and white ribbon cane fore ventory. Address"1'. O. Box :JIJ," address, "Box 734.n K. W. nHOJJES, cost. I'. O. Box 573.Jacksonville: Late manager of Whaler's Jewctcry stor',
Titusvllle Fla. Fla. Titusville.
Sharpes, Fla. 4t Daytona, Fla. tf St. Augustine, Fla. ,

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under my boat. striking It with such Hue twelity years, 'to me-before Mr

z JAlLI"1 6 force that I was sent flying Into tbe Berry, n New York man of tho partv.said. .

MOO air boat and all while the oars shot "What the deuce keeps the c-np-

p' s dlPc.ummex beyond reach.. thin" and. spying: the bout, exclaimed,
1i i "
An old sailor doesn't mind a wetting. "Boys, something's happened! If was

5i / note Neither did the loss of oars bother me slow' work rowing the yacht up to me .

much, although they deprived me of and slow work .getting me out of the -.

fiB) 5N( IISS.flIt' uiy signals, for I could drift until my cold water. I was chilled through, and

friends !got concerned enough aboutme my clothing was a leaden weight In addition

p e.Xpe "aracAnta to come to the rescue. All this went to my 225 pounds.

through my mind wBen, coming to the When I got aboard where I was

bauled by a rope there were no dry
surface after going down a considerable

distance. I saw tbe boat a few feet clothes and no way of getting warm.A A NEW INVENTION.

,,( off upside down. breeze sprang up dead ahead It &

i r QwwvnanvxAe My bat was bobbing about near by. was then 1 o'clock of a Sunday mornIng :

I i 'a.enA. so I swam for It, then swam to the and we did not get Into Victoria
... aAtaX:9A until 11 o'clock-the next day. I went to
bands to
pEuatlltalmq boat. I bad just got my on World.
"-; the keel to turn the boat'over when In bed at the hotel and three weeks afterward 1' Recently Patented all Over the ,

the very Instant of turning It I was was removed t
: 1oJla- seized like a flash around the legs halfway my brotber-ln-lnw. Seven weeks laterI

below the knees-seized with such went to Seattle, where I bad a relapse '
\ : ,au. m+u and was laid up In bandages '
tremendous strength and suddenness d The Walton
at the same time pulled with such ngaln for eight weeks, unable to move .

force downward, that my hands still so' much as a toe. Finally, with the aid

clutching the keel the boat was jerked of cunoH. I managed to get to tbe train

Battle Capt&inScott's clean over and came down on the top and went to tbe region In British Co- : r Self-Locking Tackle Block.
whore mining Interests are
of my head with a stinging blow. lumbia my (
Like lightning came the awful troth. mid In that dry climate recovered x thor

Fight! For I was In tbe arms of a devllflsh. oughly. Made In various shapes and sizes, of
anOctopus Life Tbe waters In which I had been Altogether I was laid up for seven and BROXZE. Will
With caught are known as the Juan de ForaoUalts. months as tbe result of my encounter WOOD,
& work equally well with rope, chain or

Devilfish The region .swnrma.at. times r "J __ f ,

"- \vitli the: dreaded octopus. Once when I.fi '" wire rope.

"""Captain 8. 1<\ scott of the United working a wreck tbere tbe divers Will work at any height, upside down,

States and British! Columbia Mining I could not proceed until provided with I horizontally or _at any angle, and will

company land a must desperate and knives sharp and stout to cut their way stop and lock at any point?. .
with. There la no mistaking the grasp
agonizing: fiSt:, with a huge devilfish ..of a devllflsh. Every one of his eight Invaluable for every kind of business

r last year f>.,in the effects of which be powerful arms closes upon his prey where ajblock: is needed, frequently saving

has only Just ret-ovcre>4.l. like a vise, and he pulls downward- /#: ''n t '\ u the labor of one man or more.

Two hours of InccHHunt pain and terror down, down until he reaches bottom I stretching
like it banging or
4III + I Nothing
one's I I I
with ono'x body submerged and can uninterruptedly feed upon the : '.II f 1 I :,5u' ,
one's a wires.
strength gradually giving way I
veins of his victim.
The blow from the boat stunned me + i II $' '; ( I I Address all communications to

so far that I loosened by hold for an IL I I ull I, I I I iI x
,, I ,
instant, then kicked and plunged so ii II'II'I' I Capt J, O. W ALTON, Inventor. ?

desperately that to my Joy I succeeded I II I'': 133 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass I j4

In freeing: myself from the creature ( :II i

below. But only for a few neconda.' 'lilt d'I'

Seizing the Ixwit, I had just got her )- i I I Sample Blocks can bo seen lit the ADVOCATE
tr nil III ;
on to the keel and my arm. under the ,t : I I I

thwart when the devlllliu caught me office, Tltnsville.

aguln."I .

this my end?" I thought; In de- --- --_ .- --

wpnlr. I iviillxi'd the almost hopeless

predicament that I was In, for what r THEY DRINK SEA WATER A Fine Place For Sale.. GENERAL DIRECTORY.

man might expect to eseiipe from the /2 vl
of ? Had I sailed\ J Cockatoo and Wild Vlneonm Do Not U. 8. LAND OFFICE
clutches an octopus y 200 feet on Indian River, and running ,
t p I 11j the world over to meet a fate Mice this Scent to Mind It. back 300ft to county road ; a lot adjoin If. B Miiibh,. .. Recmw
"In 1331: while resident on Gazelle W. (r. ItolilnaoD i ,. KUCIIVHUlllues
1 at last? At least I would die hard.That lUll 138ft., river front, running'bacl140f1 at Gainesville Florida
his dinner. peninsula, the northern portion of the bluff 20ft. above the river
devil should fight for ; on a ,,,
]j I I j It was a terrible battle for life. Although magnificent Island of New Britain, in which is salt water, nod three miles j P.i'allaferro.U.,8. SENATORS.. Jac .,,"vtlJe

It must have lasted less than the south Pacific I hud many opportunities wide at this place. S. It. Mallory. .. l'oll.acoIL
of witnessing( both cockatoos House of six rooms, has been kept
half hour. It seemed Interminable. .
an U. 8. COAOREBSMEN.Robert
1 1'1l :anti wild pigeons drinking salt water. painted and in !good repair; 25ft. from
Tbe pain was excruciating for every ; W. ..... Palatlu.
In resistance 1 was' stationed at a place called Ka-: liver bank, commanding a beautiful view 9. M. Sparknmn. .. .... _.. Tamil.
I made
l movement that
ll'ql stairs lend clown tc
bairn.. the then farthest out' trading of Indian River; FLORUA'L'EOISLATL'1lE.E. .
lacerated my flesh, and I began to the river and dock built out into the
weak from loss of blood. liut I station on the whole Island, and as I water to,accommodate small boats. A N. Dlmlck, Paint Bench.... Senator
grow had but little work to do I found K. 11. lUillersou Fort 1erce.,.. Ieire.eotatlnEXECUTIVE
never relaxed my bold on tbe boat I never-falling well with pump near kitchen
plenty of time to study bird life In the DEPARTMENTWin. ,
condition at door and. a aevor-failing epilog of
in splendid physical
was THE DEVILFISH SEIZED SCOTT'S LEGS. vicinity. Parrots of several varieties .lennlngg.. .._ .. Govcinm.
the time, and strength like that of a clear, cool), pure water a short distance H. Clay Crawford .........Sooretary,.r gtatt.JamenH. .
lion seemed to bit given me. Four with that beggar under water' in the all of beautiful plumage, were plentiful from \house Homo lot and poultry yardt WldtfielA,,. .. ..... Treasurer
straits. My stomach was lu such a and great flocks of white cockatoos fenced with poultry netting. One \house Win, II Lainar.. AttumeyUenerdW .
times I turned the boat over before I N. Sliest' .. .. ....Supt.' I'utllo limtrnctlon.B \.
r salt water the rolling for and hmos 12x22!:! feet
swallowing :
i got her steady on her keel for, with condition from frequented grassy poultry Belgian ,,, E. Me 1.1 n..CotumisslmaerAgrtcnlutn. ( .
1 that I had to live on milk for two downs which lay between my home and a smaller fancy poultry houne. AlonzoC.. (Cronm... ... Comptroller' .
the devilfish pulling me and I trying months and the (ienuan head station In 74 orange,: trees just comjng Into bear, J. Cliff n d U. Fo.ter..AdJutant7enenlJob !.
kick free? could Bradford .. .. .ttimejoM.eiieralU.
frantically to myself ,
rowboat bunch of Blanche miles distant, log, 2 fjrapefnilt: trees, ;2 peach trees, Iscuppernong .... UwiniilOIHcea
I went Into that a bay, twenty K. llure, ....../ State
not gauge my actions with any accuracy Iron. I came out of It a wreck. The while the heavy frost of the littoral trope! vibes-all Dealing( at T tllahnruee\ ,Fiori.....
of judgment. several kumquats aol l bushes
guava ,,,
flesh nearlyto the haunt of thousands of pigeons.Thl'SU SUPREME: COURT JUUOES
skin won all gone from my was
to unspeakable. relief, 1 shade trees and tropical lives and slmibt
Finally, my .
the knees, anti above that It remained plxeona.\ though not so large as M. n. M bry .. Chief ItmlctfH.
the house.A .
loosen. 1 near .. A..uclate.invtic+
felt the clutch on my legs Carter. ..
for weeks an black as a man'shat. the Samoan or eastern Polynesian bird "
was tree. I attribute thin partly to my good county road along near riverbank B. F. .
boots. They were unusually! thick soled, nut I'm' DUCK; L to my former weight" formed nn agreeable change of diet for from Tltusville, the county bent,,, RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS:

SCOTTWA8 KNOCKED FliOM HIS BOAT. laced boots of English and recently took n 2jO mile horseback us white traders, nnd by walking about eleven miles north, toitockledgeabeau. II. E. Day, chairman. ... .... ...OulnwllH.
limbs lacerated by a bloodthirsty thing heavy calf ride. I think u friend of mine hit It fifty yards from one's door half a tiful -lnlt'rrtK..It. nine m\lcs.out.b. will] J. J.. Morirnn,.. .. .. ......KlsfuneeaJohn .!*'..
make and must have Injured the arms ... ... .. .
the when he said to me the dozen or more could be shot In as ('no'aa nloi\llrtle business. town and J. M. lirvan. .
below aud no sign of succor across of the devilfish, compelling It to let go. about right L.>eel.v,Jr., .. ArraDli.lieu
Point between Ua.lroarl
t green waste of waters are not pleasantmemories. other day. "C?II d. captain they can't many minutes. City stillIrtnJ -.quarter* sad values at TailulmHnee. Kit.
By this time the boat was full water mile west. PoxtolHce and .school near.
kill you ueil'ss they cut your head off. "My nearest neighbor was a German, CIRCUIT COUUT.
her gunwales only about six Inches Five of tine fruit land
acre near
With five friends Captain Scott had and one day when we were walking Minor B. Jones, Tltnsvllle.... Circuit Jmlia.J.
and bond just station Horn which little \ for .
nbove the surface my ( was given
It. Orlando, .VrwariuliiK
IN ONE DAY bench toward his station I Iteirirn
In small ] A COLD along the
out for a pleasure trip a TO CUR ,
gone out of water. I glanced In despair! toward section houses) containing beautiful Term-Fourth !Monday III April
yacht. The breeze died away, and they the yacht lying so tantalizingly Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets I noticed some hundreds of pigeons fly young peach oicbld of 100 tr. es, mostly Fall I'erlll-Io'ourtla Monday in Xmemtxr

set sail for port In a hatful of wind. near, yet so fatally far. I knew that All druggists refund the money If it falls down from the forest settle on the ,,10 besting, bore a floe crop this year;;; BREVARD COViAlY COURT.
Becalmed In a region that Captain to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is ou margin of the water and drink with fruit good size and exceedingly rich A. D. Jades

Scott who knew every trick of the currents myl'e\ comrades were loungn.over each box 2'iote.PosalhMiles: apparent enjoyment. The harbor at flavor A little\ house near tenon always June E. Andrews.... ..IToMeiitliift' AtMnwf. .
there at ease, while I was suffering; A. A.StowHrt. (ount)
of this spot being almost landlocked and rents for $1 or $1.50 per month. I
there and the position every Spring Term-8f>cnnd Monday In Jlay.SurmnerTermSecondMnmllayInAnguM.'
tortures both of body and mind, expecting .
rock, realized was dangerous he decided of tb. feet.If the water as smooth all glass and with. Experts pronounce tbls soil particularly
Instant to be seized by In Nov.tsl4rWinter : -
every adapted to culture. Price, br ad- Fall Term-Second Monilay
to row In toward shore select a my old foe or a fresh one, perhaps as limtriicl, of the oraiuplnff/ Imprisonment out the faintest ripple, the bird .were dressing' grape "DOX 10," Term-Second Monday In Jebmary.

safe spot for anchorage aud signal his many others as could get their clawson of boom! and oboes the foot from enabled to drink without wetting?! their Ilarcleevtlle, Fla. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

friends to bring on the yacht with the my bleeding limbs. And all this Infancy wore allotted a free and natural plumage. My neighbor who had lived E. Mlmn, Superintendent..Ronaventne!]
development It may be questionedwhether many years In New Britain told mo Member: J M. Dixon chairman.Tlm.vUle
while the men were wondering why tortl'l.1U
oars.What happened within the next two slow under" Much conditions It might that this drinking of sea water was For Sale. R. N. Andrews Cocoa; C. 1".1'I..t18.

hours makes a 'chapter of Incident "the captain". was so putting up not !M. rendered capable of performingother common to both cockatoos and pigeons COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: :
been found In our.It I of locomotion alike and that on some occasions the .T. R. Walker, chairman, Tltusvllle, JohnMlolIndianolaR. Il
thrilling enough/ to have functions' besides those
was an hour and a half-It seemed An Ideal home nu Indian: River; about A. CoiiUllnir, Tlllman, JUM
tbe.tanclful fiction of Victor Hugo In- the weight of beaches would be lined with them the WlnW City
,11 ml miBtainlng seven acres of land ; Rood house, paintedand C J.ne, UooilioyiJ.; Frank Hell, earl
stead of being here set down, plain the hotly Certain at least It Is that cockatoos not only drinking, but bathIng In grand\ repair; fruit trees, shade Reirolar nesulons ire held first Monday in

facts from the actual life experienceof Sudden Twinge HOIIKunliiclc.v mortal born without and npruu-eutly( enjnylns them. trees, tropical shrubs and flowers. A mont'i. OFFICERS.A. .
Captain S. F. Scott. urius hate irmimneU/ to use!' a knife SI.IIr..ntly./ During;; the next six never falling spring of pure water. Price D. Penney .. .. Connt) JmWJ ,

Here Is the story of Captain Scott's Turk Hpixiri. t,,n. pultitbruwU and even months especially when the weather moderate good reasons for selling. For .... t:. Andrewx, Titusvil'e I. i ....ro. AtlJ

fearful encounter related by himself. I. Of pain is generally the first warning of a violin bow.-rall Mull (Juzette. was calm nnd rainy. I frequently noticed further particulars) address A. A. Stewart TltuBiillle,. .. ........Tax JT"imtyliJ
J. F. Coooa.
It In almost Incredible but Is true In I an attack of rheumatism. It feels as if pigeons and cockatoos come to tbe I.. W C., II:. w.Worsen Hall.Tltusvllle. .. .. .. ..Tax('011"""(

every detail: the disease were in the bones or muscles, Good n. Illit Word. salt water to drink. Care ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle Fla. F. H.lloye.Tltu.vl1le. ..... TrB I'nh.."Ina!<<'

of lust while In but the' real cause of rheumatism is, 'At first I thought that as freshwater R. E. Minis, Honavet'ture BuptJ. .
In September year Mnrtltl..1 HI.hh'roolllYou/ told me O. Fries, TJ'uM\'l1Ie.. .. .. County 8U"J
in blood. In order to cure la bubbled .. ...... H.n,
Victoria, B. C., I was Invited by some found impure rutlmr's wedUInu present would ninny places up I J. P. Brown.'rl unllle? Ulltrt
blood must be cleansed! four T.J. CockBlmtt, LaOrange.ReF tratlon
rheumatism the : through; the sand at low tide the birds
friends to for a sail In a small I
go Ina fhevk for touts. figures.lUusliltiK / .
which are .
of impurities COL'NCIL.J.DI.IHxonmayor'It.E.Minis.
-poisonous were not really drinking the sea water, TITUSVILI.ETOWN
When reached the vicinity
Isn't $11.30 -M
yacht. Well.
; we Bride
the cause of the disease. jr.. martand
of Race rocks about fifteen miles out Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery lair ttguresl-Chicago Tribune. but by watching closely I distinctlysaw ffrF7te47'47T4/ tax ooll ctr' *.8. Hraor.eng, clerk.treasurer'

from Victoria, tbe wind suddenly died has been successful in the cure of them walk across these tiny runnels John Henry, tax ..a.e..ri.Joh O.
very without making to Walker k'. A. Morgan, G.t'.o"n. It.
out, leaving the vessel In a dangerous rheumatism be- any cOIII.cllmttTho ,
yOU ARK TAKING and L. 'arrnton!
position owing to the fact that there cause it entirely drink. Then, too the whole of the _4-7 "a council meets first Tuesday In each month

was a very heavy current running between cleanses the blood When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Gazelle peninsula Is cut up by countless TITUSVILLE BOARD 0*" TRADE.
thereabouts t from the poison- Tonic because the formula Is plainly streams of water and rain falls tnant. 0
the various rocks that it Is 0. M. Robbins,president J. M.Dixon
bottle ;j.
showing )
1 substances printed on every the Il Re
rule. What
tous throughout year as a secondnesday
and Uaco rock lighthouse. and In a tasteless ? .J. O. Hast secretary. .
which the slmgly Iron Quinine room
are their
causes this' unusual habit of drinking night In each month at
Knowing tbe danger. I volunteeredto dis- fo.-m. Xocure No SOota.
of the
cause .
water? Another of the MASONS.indlsn :
peculiarity ACCEPTED
find sea 4 FREE AND
In rowboat toward shore to
go a It not only t/m-/Mrrly
ease. v holds IM :
New Britain and New Ireland pigeon River Lodge, Iffo.flfl.
a suitable place for anchorage.This the blood The Worst Jays. of es
J purifies k1 the second and fourth Friday ventnK'
Is its fondness for the chill rtzllfrrllf hao ) '> -
.. was the best way out of our difficulty but by increasing "I cnn't Imagine anything more nn- pepper r month, at their lodge room, Indian WF. jat .I>
and could have been accomplished very the activity of thebloodmaking boardIng berry. During three months of the 7 di) o'clock p. m. J. R. Walker,
satisfactory than a meal at our .A. Morgan,Seo'v.ORDER .
;year when these berries are ripe the
easily had no misfortune occurred. But bouse said the chronic kicker.
glands it increasesthe birds' crops are full of them, and often iidlea! OF EASTERN STAR.
who could have foreseen that I was to u < meedeaIn '
the Impressionableyoung : '
"No? replied Itt
supply of pure, their flesh Is so pungent and smells so ... Friendship Chapter No.11, holds on ,tb)
fall Into the clutches of a lea monsteron Ttcn Yllie. j-
which man. "Evidently you never gota ? the Masonlo Lodge room
rich blood of the chill to be r'o a'SaOo'clritK Pf
has made strongly as quite net 4weaaa.a.p lint TuBsilav In each month
the ? When a man telephone. .
way adds to the vigorof kiss from your best girl over eatable.-CbamberJournal. .uil the third Tnesilay In each month
the sea his home fur a lifetime surviving I every physical ..-Philadelphia Press.Caution o-olock p. m. Tbefi.llowlnirare the o"u"ter. i
shipwreck and the worst that the l )dge i Mr*.Q. M.Roublns wort hi'""rei
organ.Mr. pairon *" I
H. It. Wilson. worthy ; :
elements can do to him, he Is not look. R. A.McKnlght Stops the Cough Wilson, associate matron) Mr. F. A. M"r35a'' '
In becalmed sea within of Cades, WilUama- trew-nrer; Mr. R. C. Bcrlmteoiir.J( ta'KMiss
Ing for trouble a word-but when and works off the Cold.
bury Co., fl C.. write t 'l'hllIl. not a gentle: KIDNEY DISEASES Kate Stewart' conductiess j ""G.11'.5' : ..
sight of land.Lowering 1 had barn: troubled you think how liable you are not to purchase Laxative Brorao-Qalnlne Tablets cure a Hughes,associate conductress: :-r",. j. 4bl
the yacht's small boat, I with rheumatism for for 7."V5; the remedy universally ,.r Adah; Mrs.J. R. Walker' Ruth; Mri'1nW. I
only cold In Xo Cure No .
one day. Carruthers.sirs.
Pay L.
1 twelve year. ao bad ,. Morgan, Esther; Mrs.J. Lpe"
pulled toward the shore. I had aria at time 1 could not leave ray bed. I wa* badly known and a remedy that has bad the Price 25cts.: T. T. Wetmore lIIanhal; Mlse I
used with my friends.on board that crippled. Tried many doctor and two of them largest sale of any medicine In the world steers the most fatal of all dis Stewart Klecta. _
end signal revs me up to die. None of them did me much since Ifor! the cure and treatment of -
I would put an oar on as a eases. -
In hack hlpa and
,ood. The pain my
that I bad found anchorage upon (and at time in my bend, would nearlv kill Consumption and Throat and Lung troubles # Notice.
aft- me. My appetite was very bnd. Everybody without losing Its great popularity: / ,
which they were to come directly KIDNEY CURE (III
who saw me said I must die I took Bve bottle all these years, you will be thankful we CHI CV'Q :NOTICE tintPrla
er me rowing the distance between us. of the Oolden Medical DUcovery. and four rULE.1 ALL ..Y.CIttruTSherER. and ,,<.
When I bad got about a mile from the vtaU of 'Pellet' and to-day my bruith i* good called your attention to Boscbee'sGermanSyrup. This Ignttare( !. on every boa of the genuine O Guarantasd Reinadj Administrator of the Estate of J.C. ..
with rheum. am.- cough reme-
after suffering twelve yean There are so many Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabuu In ?rltlet
yacht end was using my two oars asFopldy sole motive for substitution is to dies made by druggists and others that deceased, baa Slot of the his estate ausg teatlon of .ald drt"-
The the remedy that ... .* a _M to dug the insolvency
as possible, so that tbero should permit the dealer to make the little are cheap and good for light colds perbaps or money refunded. Contains Therefore anikrsonsbavingcWm.U2 and t''

'e no delay In our making safe anchorage more profit paid by the sale of less but for severe Coughs. Bronchitis, TRUSTWORTHY GENTLE- remedies recognized by eminent them estate properly am hereby authenticated required t 0 In appear my, Coors"" a

a school of blacklist passed me. meritorious medicines lie gains ; you Croup-and especially for Consumption, WANTED ,la each managebuslnesa before the 4th day of April.1303. D.s.aJ .J9C
Xlackflsb: are In reality whales their lose. Therefore accept no substitute for where there Is difficult expectoration and for an old ..cabLIIted house of physicians as the best tat Ordered this nth: day of September A.

Ifength being from thirty to fifty feet, "Golden Medical Discovery. t coughing daring the nights and mornIngs solid weekly financial cub salary standing.of glee A paid straight by check, bona suchWednesday fide Kidney and Bladder troubles. [ ) A. D. PEN.Count1JQd
rierce's Pleasant Pellets cleansethe there Is nothing like German Syrup. .... lamramar
the average fish beingsome forty feet Dr. with all."l'8o. direct from headnuartan. -
; bowels and stimulate the sluggish Sold by all druggists In civilized world. .I Money advanced for espell_. Man PRICE SOc. nod $1.00. _
sized that
long. It was a good one un- liver. G. G. GREEN, Woodburg, N.J. al1lrNO; Coxtoa Uldg Chicago 2Jan3 B. It. WILSON & SON jj; The ADVOCATE does job pilrtl

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professional Oardls. FILTHY MECCA. --c---r-- -zr. HOMESICK CADETS.
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xEO.. M. ROBBINS, "TL. llolr City I. the IHrtUM Spot It. The Sew Mast a. 'v... Point and tkrtn <
All lulani. .. of >oaita>laTli.

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR CURED AT LAST, Mecca the holy city of the faith The new man at West Point tins one

I Is called by many names. Some call misfortune to endure throughout the I

AT-LA.W. it "tto Mother of Purity" "tho Citadel _ cc first few weeks of his course-he must

\VH1 practice in State nnd United State Good News For All Who Suffei of Arabs" "the Holy Mosque." p suffer the pangs of homesickness. Ho

Court Others npeuk of it AS "the Mother ol baa entered upon a course of discipline
Ithcuiiinttsm Free. Compassion" "the Supremo Sanctity." quite unlike anything In bin experience. .

Office at TITUSVILLK! FLA. TQ all who suffer with Rheumatismwill !I ; "the Guardian Angel of AJeiu." rile Every act of his dally life

gladly send free the wonderful story: devout never utter the word Me'ccii Is regulated by an Indexible! system!

GAULDEN, of how my mother was cured after years without adding to it some alljt'Ctiveof lie has no friend nt bund; the word

D.L. suffering, tocether with the most elaborate praise, such as "the blessed' ," "th sympathy seems to be unknown.
treatise Rheumatism
ATTORNEY- T-LAW., lished.Xo on ever pub exulted" "the great," "the highly 1'8' Older cadets look on. understand pity

matter what form teemed." and so on. The town itsell' but give no sign. II. IrvIng Hancock
In all the Courts of the Stat your -
Will practice turn in, whether acute chronic Is about two mIles." In length and one says In "Life at Went Point:"
lot Florida, and the United States COIl rtl.I muscu .
lar, lullammatory, defurmant, sciatic mllo In breadth. i It Is coituiion sight for n cadet corporal

.U Box,230. TITUSVILLK, FLA" neuralgia, !gout, lumbago, etc-no matter The dirtier the pilgrim keeps htmsoll' Kolnfir Into the room of n "plobo."
how many: doctors have failed\ 10 the more respected ho Is as a pious: to find him seated at big table. pen In Miss M. Snyder.

T.i' J. WEBB: your cnse-no platter how many socalle( }[Ol<1t'lU. Conneruently Mecca, being ON THE FARM. hand and a sheet of paper before him Treasurer, ml SlipItumokirn ,
Easi End Art (Iuh,.
1. "sure euros" you have tried-I want you as it I lit the most sacred! city of the There's many a successful businessman staring blankly at tho paper or the

A TTORNEY.A T.LA W. to mother write to me and let me tell you how" faith Is literally the filthiest In Islam ulio Bits in Ma city office and lets wall. Tho cadet. corporal takes lu thoscene If women health would we would pay han more attention toth.lr
Will practice In the Courts of the 7tl I am neither was cured.a Doctor nor a Professo The must Important street measure his mind slip back to his boyhood days before him. wlvci, mothers and daughter*, end If happy they
about ten yards in width. The rl'atare on the farm. How good it felt to live I "Homesick mister ho asks. would observe. ,
Taxes paid for non-resident reiulU they would find ,
Circuit. ; -simply a plain man of bu lno8s-but :I j
and rents and accounts collected. I ITITUSVILLE have a CUKK for Rheumatism, and I.. mere lanes wonderfully and pie What an appetite tasted I he How hail sound I How his goodever"tblng "Yes, air!" replica the plebe looking that the doctor,' prescriptions do not

want to tell everyone who suffers will turestjuely crooked and some six feel Bleep shamefaced. perform th* many cure they art flvcn.. '
FLORIDA, was I How eagerly he rose with the sun
Rheumatism all about it. I wish to be wide. The streets were crowded wltt and raced with him through the long "Sure sign a new mnn'a homesick credit for.

clearly understood! and trust that al tents, camels" mules asses', horses, day. And now he's a successful( man. when he's caught at study table writ- In coniultln* with my drutfglit h* %

PENNEY, who are Buttering with this terrible clia- pariah dOlts and a motley crowd of pit But he can't sleep. lie doesn't enjoy] Ing hIs resignation" rejoins the corporal vised McElrtt'i Win of Carduf: and Th.d.ford' .
A.D. I Black-Draught, and *o I took It and |
ease, however apparently beyond the grim, unspeakably disheveled and unwashed his food. IIi. stomach is weak, his composedly han to
reason thank him for
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, reach of cure, will write to me this da1 while the lanes were absolutely nerves are shaken,and he no more rises Tbo plebe, wondering how it la that life opened evtry up to m*with restored health a

and I will send you by return mall thi filled with every kind of offal with the sun to race eagerly against him. I the cadet corporal la such a mind reader and It only took three month to cur m ."

TiTO8Vii.r.K FLORIDA. work of mine. I appeal especially to tin and refuse. Mecca, which lies In a Ills vitality is low and now and again flushes, looks at the sheet before ,
"chronically Ill" wbo are wearied and his henrt seems to plunge in his breastas Wine of Cardul !is a regulator the ,.
In all the courts of the 7tl with and hollow would be n regular Cl's pool] htm and slowly tears It up."That'B .
Will practice discouraged "doctoring" to if it would break loose. That's the menstrual functions and id a moat aatomahing '
Judicial Circuit. those who have been cast aside as "In wore It not for the pariah dogs, lean price he has paid i for succe rightl"! says the corporal. tonic for women. It cures :

curable." All you have thought abou snarling brutes of a bright yellowlst The mischief of the whole business is Then,*with a momentary touch of sympathy scanty,suppremied frequent, irregular '

Rheumatism may be wrong. Let me tel color, that serve the purpose of scuv. that he buys "tableti" of one sort or he goes on: "Don't get down and painful menstruation, falling

K A. MORGAN, you our experience. Surery, If you have engers, and the 1\1'1'C1'\ dry, Arablai another to "aid" his digestion, and Indulges In the mouth, mister. I've been of the womb, whites and flooding. It;

FREDERI Itheumatlsm, or have a suffering friend, sun that la the sole sanitary innpectoi in bromides ami other nerve through the nostalgia drill myself. Is helpful when approaching! womanhood '

Abstracts of Title. it will pay you to Investigate my offer, In the country. The din the dogs make stimulants, just to hold himself together It's tough on you but when )'ou'vebt'en during pregnancy after child-

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, anyw'Yl and prove for yourself these at night Is ludeacrlbable. A puck vf and wonders why he seems to be getting here a little while there's no Inducement birth and brings in change dear of l life. It homes frenutmtly .
make. a baby to
worne. earth that could make
Loans, Notary Public. Send me your address to-day-a posts Jackals would be quiet In comparison The whole trouble with such a man leave of on choice. Brace that have been barren for years. AH
card will do-and I will mail you thl generally lies in what is called a "weak" you your own druggists have $1.00 bottle of Wineof
''Collections, Typewriting, Stenograph, wonderful story. If you have any; lisle Needs E."I. stomach. The food he eat does not tip! Homesickness hits 'em all at Cardui. ;\

ITrrusviLLE, FLA.- friends suffering with Rheumatism ni One reason why so many men are nourish him because it is only partially first..
mailer where located, send me tbel bald according; to a foreign nicdleu digested and assimilated No man can Then the corporal glances about and

address, and I will mail them a copy journal. U because they allow theli be stronger tlinn His stomach because it falls at once Into the brusque tone of WINEofCARDUI '

WADE H. JONES:: My address is VICTOit RAINBOLfIJloomfleld hair to die through want of exercise;' is in the stomach and allied organs of the Instructor. .--
Ind. digestion and nutrition that strength is he remarks
,. Under the skin which covers the head "Bee here roister ,
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,. are several uiunclcn. It explains. and made from the food which is eateu. 'policing' Is one of the most Important

Loans and Collections., s.k."u.1r tli. Pallet theMe are never stirred Into activity, Dr.cures Pierce's diseases Golden of the Medical stomach Discovery and- duties of the soldier Your shoo brush Women as Well as Men
the result being that they do not Is out of place. Haren't I told you
perform -
,As your young stock rowll, select other organs of digestion and nutrition.It .
TnusvILL FLOJ1UTh.ATTORNEY.ATLAW. from all the broods the .very finest their proper\ function and consequently restores the strength of the. body in where It belongs Aud you cap Is on Are Made Miserable by I

strongest and must vigorous pullets\ tkeep the skin is Insufficiently noun the only way strength can be restored your bed Now, mister"So ,
winter Size strcngtl islied and the hair gradually dies. by food which is perfectly digested anti be goes on with a list of criticisms Kidney Trouble. .
G EO. A..WORJ.EY. layers. "Woiuen," It continues, "do not be assimilated! when the diseased! stomach which at once reduce life to a
and vigor have BO much to do with eglf( come buld and the reason Is because (with its allied organs) U cured of ditt- practical leveL The plebe baa enough

production tbat out should study thlifoutluunlly lunch time couibln : ease It is a blood-making body-build. to do for the next half hour In "tidy- Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dlatourages -
they spend more :;
: lu the flock and train tUi lug medicine, inasmuch as blood is mode and lessens ambition
General practice In State and Federal their hnlr than men do Ing up, and at the end of that time ; beauty vigor
Courts All business entrusted will eye to ace the best egg producers wbMi and arranging skin the from food anti the body is built up by he Is not tempted to resume hia letter. a.. ",, _I and cheerfulness soon
receive prompt attention. yet undeveloped. Save all such foi During this operation the on blood. It ia not a Jltilllul lIt, containing he It off for day e) : disappear when the kidneys
At least puts one
stirred! luto ucthity. and as a
head la neither alcohol or other narcotic. of order
with then any are out
own use: never part
General Counsel your
for tha Tuttle Estate,
result the muscles remain active anti diseased.
Miami. unless you have more than you need NO orutn DOCTOR ron M : t or

MIAMI: PLORIPA.jACKSONVILLE After they are selected keep them well the hair flourishes."It ... t. Kidney trouble has
the besl t spring etrly I wrote you my feeling PICKINGS FROM FICTION. become
evident therefore tbat C ao prevalent
: Is _
under your own eye and select fron Ind coUllou.! "."Y" Mr. A. J. vimlerwilcr\ 871 C
way to prevent boldness Is to rub tile Went Ii' lMliti ,, III Mint youdviwil that It\ Is not uncommon
LABOR AGENCY all these the very best egg produceri akin and vigorously, for unless me to take i'i\; : '. Golden;\ Medical It's a great thing to be of some use \ for a child to be born
] & EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. to lay the eggs from which you veil frequently DIM<'Ov"rv (a few liottlrfl, anil then write you In the world.-"Hrlnton Eliot." lj t o afflicted with weak kid-
this Is done the muscles will be how. am happy to ny I am getting.I'D.covry' to
A. ![. BECK. grow your future Block and gradually) ''unable to supply It with the proper frel Jnlt".I.all t have taken fftx I bottlra, ofthe If not aure of the merit of your Ideas. t :- neys. If the child urinates -
In this way you will gain In -egg pro and four or live vlala of the little'Pellit of the _. too often If thai
them a. anotbl'r's.-Iyra
Shipping Master of nourishment. .' hnve done worMa of quote
amount They me gowt.
the urine scalds the flesh If when the child
hens ones or ,
Hotel help a specialty. ductlon. The beet are All my frlenda' say : 'Vanderwater 'how well Pines"
that lay the largost! number of eggs you are looking I what In the world/ reaches an age when It should be able to
16 South Laura St. antI John Ilanilolph'a Appe..a..e. been doing, 1' I tnt them I have been docloJnlf; The woman who makes a doormat of control the passage It la yet afflicted with )
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA that are ot fair slzt! good form Washington Irving when secret$ with Dr. 11.. V. Tierce,of Buffalo.there N. V. 'WhYi herself will always bo trodden upon. bed-wetting, depend upon It. the cause of
flulxhed. Such eggs; sell tb( they icy 'you haven't been t'
nicely of legation In London was muct aay. hut i took hl> Golden. Medical. IXwovery "Fublea For the Elite." the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first
\'st: nsunlly produce the best and and his. little Pellet. The ,medicine have
'amused nt the rollicking good bumoi Those who have not been Imposed step should be towards the treatment of
E. FOSTER, ,i,-r tht li v''t vnlue In the market.I. .- wrought the went change: lu me, Pruni alowmope ,
these This
STEPHEN .. with which William IV. began hit of a man that cool.t hardly crawl tired upon are a thief's equal I, with a thief Important organs. unpleasant
"th reign and be once tried to give a 1 lesson ana ifk .11 the time, aunt could do no work ito dJ'rIHnf'nt.-"Tbe Fool." trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW a lilim who csu work deep eAt auil feet and bladder
kidneys and not to a habit as ,
For a Bart Cold. In dignity to the Duke of Sussex fine, ant: Ihnt tired fielinu; \in all Koltiff I away. If a man In obliged to make a fool of most .
Sims Building eccentric 1 am very thankful! thnt 1 wrote tn l>r. IMerce. people suppose -1--
lie bud to uu
accompany ho should afford
It Is best
If you have a bad cold you nerd a goo< His 1..,l'len Medical lM.-overv and his little I himself Women as well as men are made) miserable -
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. reliable medicine like Chamberlain'i friend of meager unit limping figure, liver 1'ulletrt', hAve almoat IIIRde n new mail amusement to other* while doing so.- with kidney and bladder trouble.
It, who persisted In wearing on extruordlnory of me I feet young an I dUI l at thirty yeara. -"The and both need the
Cough: Remedy to loosen and relieve No other doctur for me, only L>r. J'lcn.h Minority. same great remedy. ',"'
and to allay the Irritation and Inll.imma nondescript garb instead of the No miiu should ever try to be artless. The mild and the Immediate effect of .

GEORGE W. AI.LEN.ATTORNEYATJ.AW, tlon of the throat, and lungs. For Hall prescribed court dress to St. James', HAD GIVEN UP HOPE. lIe IK too clumsy It In like trying to I Swamp.Root Is soon realized. It Is sold :

by druggists\ and medicine dealers. The ushers demurred; the foreign ml aln'.er ';I will expreM my thank to you for the do miniature pulntliiK with a whitewash by druggists In fifty- \
kindly I advice vou 1 have given me In regard to ,
and dollar
smiled. The Duke of Sussex: write of cent one
my case, MIs Carrie;: J. Whartun brush."The RIddle of Life "
ICKY WEST, FLORIDA tolpclllrving as ho passed and whls Ilunnvant BpottHylvaniat Co. Virginia. "WhenI \ ilzes. You may have a' tHU I 'f"
1'.lIIr. wnite to you mat uprlnic k wa In a terrltile When once a woman bus the folly sample bottle by mall "
Will In the United /Mate his thumb
practice pored, moving jerklngly ut tate of health Had given all hope of ever
up to plead for herself In that moment
free also tell- 1
has visited pamphlet
trmcUr who Horn or uwa.uvsonIng *
and State Courts. OjunOi An English and down "Who's friend llokj beltiir better. I spit uj> my food the time '
o nation In tin world Is authority and it aeented sour a* 1 .:::,I, have a. she murders love and every tear she all about It. Including many of the ,
every Poky? "That, sir replied Irving emphatically. bad Hick hennnche other week In fact,
food Is tintverwil every sheds thvrtMifter becomes another clod thousands of testimonial letters received !'

for the Htutemeut ton. Randolph United head felt clear and I I perfectly
"Is John my never WAN "
from! sufferers cured. In Dr. Kilmer
M. D. nIN-ountrlea.l "ThereI broken ilowu under the Ntraln of loving my loud upon his grave.-"Margaret Tudor. writing
I throughout
N.sBURNIIASr States minister to Russia and one of St Co., Binghamton N. Y. be aura) and)
coiiBtnntly. I had read n great deal 1 In your Is all heart and sentiment ,
A ,
I not u port of the world. be says, the most distinguished orators of book or what your medicine hail don! (ormh..r. woman mention this paper. "f f
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, "where you cannot get un egg." While America." It was all In vain. Sometime *. 10 I wrote you. and got your advice. and while her fortress. Is a strong one, ,
two bottlra of Golden Medical Ultcov- -
Ear, Nose and Throat. lu WHwteru China however, be at Urst afterward Irving was dining wltb 80ul'IIt the Ant, done I took I felt helter yet she expects to be conquered, and \
had some' difficulty! In getting even "t..u.r had flnlnheil taking the two battle the once she surrenders she lovea no one
the duke, whose first laughing Inquiry ipltlliiK had entirely stopped au up !
WEST PALM: 15 BACH; FI.OKIDA. The natives could not understand :; more than her con'luerlJr"Dueli
CKKH. was "And bow I Is our friend Iloky Was much better f believe your medicines are I
lilui and refused to recognize the pictures lunt what you have said of the,,,. Un mpton." .
Poky? -Temple Dur. Ferry *
.1 carefully read th. book you sent me and
T\R. .nOUGUTO 'S be drew as pictures of eggs. "The -- hall always speak a good word (or th. 'tlolden Seeds make "' t
way I got out of the dllUculty" be Worm I)eMtroyer.'Vhlte's Medical Discovery whenever; I have a chancr.: A nILnjterouII; l\follth. good crop, food
thin If think It worthwhile .
odds "was that 1 miuutti'd down ono "You. can It might publlah Induce aome you 011. else to try Thin Is the month of coughs, coldx and crop mak mora cue-the {
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENT > hHiinclMa.\ flapped my wings andcockodoodlf'doo'd Cream Vermifuge, not only your medicine who wits Buffering a* I did. It catarrh. Pu you catch ooliU easily? toincr*-ao each year have
y kills worms but removes the mucus and was bv the teHtimonlala of other that I was In orop and euatomar
bourne with tickling
Find A
on the ."Dontos," until tbe entire nation slime In which they build their nests; Induced' to try It. I shall always rely upon your yourself crown sjrcnter. That'a the
grasped what I wanted and I was healthy condition advice and feel sara to do**you tell h'"" your throat and an annoying cough at oorct of tb* Farrjr funi.
It brings and quickly a
Now AT PALM BEACH simply provided with bundreda of of the, body, where, worms cannot Dr. Tierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation night? Then, you should always have Mor Karrr' 8d aoia
its and handy, a bottle of Mallard' llorehoundHyrup. and sown than any otherkind.
.. exist. 25cts at B. It. Wilson &: Son's. causes consequence Mold bycti dealer
eggs. _;_ .1. A. Anderson, Il.Tl: West Ht.
Halt'Inke' City, writes' : "We tine Bal an.!tud jtnniuU fHKO.D.
Foley's Kidney Curt Best Liniment on Rarth.I. M. forry A Co.
M..ka a.d Florence.On n.,lnif Well.Vh'llerWeII. lard's llorehound Syrup for cough and I

makes kidneys and bladder right.VirgilliaHomes. \ .;\rclI\ny: Greenville,Tex.. writes, one ocI'lIslonVlllilim J. Florence how colds. It Rive[ Immediate relief We
Tommy, are you
Nov. 2, 19(10( : "I had l rheiimatlam last at the end of a not very prosperous know It's the best remedy for tbeee trouble .I--
weeks tried getting on ut M-hoolV! I write this to Induce other
winter, was down In bed HX! ; elljII'I'lIlt'nt In Siin Francisco announced people
everything, but gut uo relief, till a friend benefit for himself and bin Tommy (iwd i.lgltt.1-Mrnt rute. I to try this pleasant and efficient mmedy. .- .
gave me a part of a, bottle of Ballard's a happened to ain't doing ila well na. HOIIII of the ."' 3o, tOoand flat Wilson A Sum's.KIadly !
and twu wlfo. John W. :Muckay I though I ctin Htnnd on my Most 'Com.Dlete .
other and
Snow Liniment. I used It, Rot lioya. --- --- The Largest
more bottles. It cured me and I haven'I be In town at tilt* time and wrote to hend. lint 1 linr to ;put my fei-t DI.po..d.Tlio South.

felt anv rheumatism since. I can recom Florence for one orcuextru ,iu'at.I: It against the wnll.-New York News. man who had dropped In to see Establishment .I.IGEO.

mend Snow Liniment to be the best I l"nl- wan duly sent an u matter of course. him was smoking a cheap cllrl r.

You learn all about Virginia Lands, ment on earth for rbenmatliim." For and Mrs. Florence remarked to her llaitlly I .p.......'". .'1. think you will find It comfortn- S. HACKER & SON

Its resources, products mode of cultivation rheumatic, solatto or neuralgic pains, rub hUMbiinil I butt. cniiMldcrlMtf the friendship The 111..r l of a t-htm-h on returnIng tie.. said Uncle Allen Hpurks |ili>iisunt-
prices etc., by reading the in Ballard Snow Liniment, you will not '"IK ting lx-t\vceii the two men
thnnkH for the toast of hiM lic>nltliwhich : ly, "If you'll nit over there by that open
for Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. softer long but will be !gratified" with a she thought Mr. Mat-Lay might have Imd bern jiropoHitl' rnnnrHed, : window There U flu<' ilrnft from It. us t
to the and
3 months subscription speedy and effective cure. 2;>o, 50o "Walt."
taken a private box at leant.: ted for the will sec from HIP fiu-t that tin
Farmer Co. Va. I fancy I am more you I
Emporla, '1 at 13. n. Wilson & Son. .
said Florence "he has uot paid yet.anJ :
acafTolil! than for 1 ptilillrttnmlnr IIp..nklnll pmoUe from your clpnf gofM out I
I IHU In no hurry.; The benefit through It."ChlfiiKii Tribune

BANNER SALVE alll'.. of Heap. took plnci. Mr. Mnokay came from **. .

the moat healing sa'!". In the world. The forerunners. of roup are canker Virginia City to occupy the neat be bud When a mon OIWIIH up n business, the Cures Blood and Hkln J)1..eIIMc". ,

I sneezlrg. distemper- hoary colJt. taken, and a duy later be Kent Florencea paperM sat" 13,' lini* n large circle of Itching Humor Kczeinn
swelled head ulcers In mouth and discharge cheek for (1.IXJO. friend antI after the accounts begin

BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE from the nostrils. It becomes o---- to nifuiniilute III his lfdwr be begIns Sc-rofuln Ktc.

only when a fetid stench accompanies I'rctfrnlslltheXPOrts! of Africa Olobe. .. and
roup to belluvf It.-Atchlnon Hend no money-simply write try

these nynptoms. art mi turn I product whIle tier Importsare I II I Dotonlo Blood Balm at our ex pen.". A "f',

exclusively: manufactured article Ilia llomrromlnar.Von personal trial of Wood Ualm la better

Deafness Cannot be Curedby The Heat Itemed for Croup. Unm..r-I wonder how I came : than a thousand printed testimonials, solon' )(ANUFACTURER."lOFDoors.
$ hesitate to write for a free sample.If .
as they cannot to umhi no much noise last night
local applications,
the Atchison Kan. Daily Globe.) suffer! from ulcers scrofula .
tbe (From you eCZfma. Blinds
reach the diseased portion of ear. Mr., von HlnnuT, -Oh. that waa only I Sash ,
This Is the season when the woman who blood poison cancer, eating sores,
to cure to.-IJ.
There is only one way because 7011 tried so not :
THADC MARK Itching skin pimples bolls, bone pain,
remedies. knows the best remedies for croup laiD
,,1 DCSION and that Is caused by constitutional inflamed condition demand in every neighborhood. One of troit Free l'rcse. iwelllngs niueumahiam, catarrb, or any folding & Building Material
,v' Ac. Deafness Is by .
COPYRIGHT akin! advise to
blood disease we
terrible In the world Is to or you
the Ecistachian the most things
of -
AnTon l nillna k.tci and dmnriptlnn mar of the mucous Jlnlng
flnlrtlj, I uoKrtrilu;our o.inl..n fro* wh.hr matuvmilinn Tube. When this tube gets In- be awakened In the middle of the night: A child of Sirs. Oeo. T. (lienson when take IloUnlo Blood haiti (U. B. II.). CfflceA Wareroom King, oppolt>

tliMi\: .: mrtAlr in conllitentW.tirohahlr: pIuftahla.Uiuultxiokou:: rnmfnnnl I'auuta' flamed have a rumbling sound or by a whoop from one of the children. letting his usual Saturday night bath: Especially recommended for old. obstinate Cannon Street.Charleston

.wit fra obtftM airitnr for aernlatan5.' you and when It Is entirely The croup remedies are almost. sure to iteprxMl back against hot stove which deep seated cases of malignant C.

.pwfart Pittnnt...>tlc.ton. without Ibmuirlt clmrtm' Munn,la lbs ft Co, fVI closed Imperfect Deafness hearing Is, the result, and unless be lost In case of croup, all a revolver ls. burned him severely. The child was la blood or akin dIseases, becnu Botanic S.

Inflammation can be taken oat and are to be lost In case of burglar There I great agony; and bin mother could do Blood Balm ((13. B. ii.) kills the poison In

Scientific Jlm rian. tbls the tube restored to Its normal condition, usedto be an old fashioned remedy for. nothing to pacify him. Remembering: the blood, core where all else fallheal, ash Weights Cord and

A hmdiomelr llln.tr <.il wxklI. ......... Hr- will be destroyed forever; nine croup, known as hive syrup and tolu, but tbat aim Imd a bottle of Chamberlain's very sore, makes the blood pure and ,
e,.,.,'::' of anr rlantltlff Journal.: Term..$4 a bearing caused by catarrh, Home mothers say tbat Chamberlain's fain lUlm la the boute, she thought she rich, give the akin the rich glow of
( II.w.d..ISTLt4UNN of ten are Hardware.
nur month.,$1. eoId brall out
canes leita than half hour health. II. K. I)., tbe most perfect blood
but Inflamed condition Cough Remedy Is better, and does not would try It. In an
& CO.38tBMlu.' .' New York which U nothing an and mado. Thoroughly tented for 30
surfaces. Bout so much. It cause the patient to after applying It the child was quiet purifier
__ Branch CIKo*. CH F 8t,WuhlDiilunt I*.U We of.will the give mucous One Hundred Dollari for "throw op the phlegm" quicker, and uriVep" saul In less than two weeks was rear*. Costs fl I per large bottle at
(caused by catarrh) gives relief In.shorter time. Give this well. Urn. Reason la a well-known real. 'ro prove It cure, ample of SPECIALTY.
OLD LEAD FOR SALE In any quantity any case of Deafness be cured by Hall's CatajrhCore. remedy as soon aa the croupy cough: appears lent of Kellar, Va. I'alDy Ualm I III an mood Balm sent, by writing Blued Ualm A

at the ADVOCATE!: office.Foley's that cannot circulars, free. and It will prevent the attack. It kntlseptlo llnloiefit and especially valu- Co r Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and -
Send; J. CIIEXEV< Co., Toledo O.Jr"'SoltJ never falls and Is pleasant and safe to able for burns, outs, bruises and sprains. Free! medical advice sent In sealed letter. F cy's Honey ana Tar
Tar by all Druggist, 75o.; take. For sale by all druggists and med. }'or sale by drngxlsta/ and medicine deal jy: "Tbl* Is an honest offer-medicine

Honey and : Hall's Family Pills are the bast. icine dealers. .>rs. tent at once, prepaid. or chndreasmfeure. No opiates.

cures colds prevents, pneumonia.


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...reome.B .. ao Ae? brcltfe*...g.. tfenracfe 'IiJe d Tate: Fe.em ene 1Cioe any':' :1b..... :c 000Iaw-. :J.

f,das Taw wtresgb aad wriafirteraetdzbet :Joe I.w..r One de rip and tares!Cmd',
--- -- -- ---- .......... ..... M-
A*MC some 2r m a.rk ia6e zi&k aurae. :'Leh: Ci::--5e 111
:S.I> artmet d.tart1fet.tieer "1 : v '_.w" ....-.. trot..ae bas a." .
hod skat ymm' eat ::Iioom;. 6e hr-tome 6e a,.et< .na.e -.u.c gaa.e
EsrtabJDerT4al ,; ,.) '
I 'W"t&tJ'O ..a..t. !Tydaee. tai Sl ...... Dsoltiae r--. '.. .i iI... --_. ,. '"",. ete t.wd Tamest 00r lt.t_' .L .01 ... '
..''1I fiDe wiadb. : TWO -wear wee ia.,. ., ..t : _.. ---' ;..-.-. J :tr.ao::.. l TYeslee3r.iece m a oomparaa bcr erLO..ass ... rio k
laod it
file Tiwtr eaAly D
till S6...... L- w anti s.rc.;: % : n dew pi:: "'ZLZ.1 9 FL \.... ,t
-.--.ibaI. : h-hw'w :sJ ." IL.rL more Jatf rraEt: ifcaoi ifce raise en sS
-a.. -- 'I tib arie of ax express traim. IH -S--*..a..ey

-.. &A.L.o.ILL.rL; : j jB tat make: the! nsiecfcik* .f ftoakizu::
U :::' a a ..1U .;tbal doe Soofl is A befcagii THE
7A a 4 ais I lib can MI she .or.oao1. ia a heists '

"31''.s :::! sdx 1 The Dotes in the Itcffier! repexaest ,
..... : :a. _u. s e .x.TTgigTUU. CHI tile End Las CUlft!
w mr. WiM '
4. 71 111.r bnblwezb.J; ,
t.! '3 aj bteodyoar .1
td-greoentts fore* Tew? ,
D .a 2 611'IW1tI.1I I ALCAZAR TO OPEN. 'Stx.r..N RIVER aEWEW3E Dhu.T. .
1he We ea-sett tat fDw. r..p.-- HOTEL "
Tam far s..c dtdiJ 1 I Sid nIi BikL.
,tme Jnma.-mal ratnai fat 2ihe.,feet boy t strft! >wt *to,-.n I ; Yitz .i. Plmg aM .

...c rite e.. s bdMIL Do.1ooJ ..' uetnrt, month!. beam and ywraMSasv '\, Qa the si sd obis bite xae dry Lt Tziacx .Q. JMIt! I

four .-- rirL >I .u.oe JaDUat7 1inmfaxsL sf et4ia, the Setrie forawfetet 1 1I. 1'-1 ThaL ,<.. 1N: Head 6e 13eatat aIneoDsd Ed.aaf! Cent .h jr. ar of e ir.a-fI4 Po eet, Jackaaa+G1S 75adda. "Ieorl.-mt" z:2.!:

m.iIrlw tiaxbinod take to lie tearmne .! eye Jfawfenw. j
1SA'Z. I.
eanm4.7 XL
., r a. 01---- 2iKliS Uaurs tie remrsb-rr"* -r- rata! bmethime L E. XrYNmTS. GeDer'a1]darer
I MuoA pwfagju time fscae ,.,J-Pa" G.---, eiuef fiifB*, b 11.e ad the veew{ As.ee & i ;

I I tim that we kranr: IlL. Is cite fir. : ](;.. tat iS. l -a easy Sat Basle tinue. CarJ-=-. beet :for t-UO, am ihnr tee 1'--S
TEES a metes U1H t f .w'fnecM.1 I Flare., it feedi abvea tbeatiames ;;
.. ,_wa pai imue awJ rzw4-d .iAi ia% &m lb the y*iik; jiajwr. irmtdale
tai stake the ieeipbg brain. *and eonastle* Baker
2DOm"J' eanerve &
:ale cite .e aireratitm., tmlartremeen. d -.F.Oar ab8eas lMch 1 MeMurray
bona of dRnitl !.g i* a!.lyexeeided .! ewdte tfeai axsakecp the b&4.J'. Tin i i tad repaera, -.Litt tiro'frt..b 1"-- _. be --me so sear Lr..efimd e. ,

: t.iiin: istij' these oarD.isoDltmtnt fund: is changed iLta t4Ood. ana tin 1 1bhoc1 -doe JIIIIIC T".fort and wiiia tiueJtt mart: tea: ary atncbt'l---. -wr
;acct we t Kao&BBv tees tin are rtatioUar: 1.nC ss a time. a'
f tees li ZExavtv \ .
ZB :
Jttett rrig t&m TiIJe.nori.u.
tun par Jaeks;
-4 13 Fact ..StreetXaVen -
4O I Bay
,hot.i ass tie -aauaxetst. With the : uuu h mZin ..thtt: }al.1.oafbet &bexaba. -. -
a.D4.e &r ter.itsrdAtPTIlTeI.c 't3dem is"D1U' bogy.pri.1.tg them tin+ reeitms CeB--170s ft..ra"
,ad3ttYna aJt4 e3lr ; prtlt this t 5r tars d
maUft sa rrpai wDeiLa ,,aarb.ealdbe popular ton _a_ do *cKw aa to La_',. aDd.tm.k 3atet r \ and Je&besnY&ides --

H the fi&k mat earn tee s bondlase the h100 acsac 'See-has'- asrsa.ad.. adttu.Ddsabic 1 wffl band SIt fee Sancy.ITe .

teat ha1lian sitb. reae rfes3, and a3:u .a well"PJrth rlKaae -be bezij- d.lermra.it7d ... the ii or Lee: -* t......_. :m" u. lout oar atlor Harness and Wagon Material
''toeea1. ell ..--JQo..we.-. Tae robs feezi+ra radios E* nr amt uri ..eeFrr.mee Carnage ,
the biz ixeessh&Lt..f: BUT. b warebei a.as t3e imp1lrlDest1etoy :euamdaa tats a a partia ell the Esrr i.ji.i at Oily P mt ..fcMA Copt. ,

an' .... asa.e.f tbi. fa f. "Kir vtbc_ the eebarata .: .-biet.. ,, spoor :f.-i7 beiwcinos ss .U suns wH..Jinrpe fie. a.& sad anka Sadfwi7. Habber>> Tire
e&LxIt 4IJDr .maZer aerebu.u';" fife puandf.: ).rashest, -.u tad igrant. :read The dantie_ iur l.etet bea.ty i4'"t em that-'sIliifml :rigs ed
I rmdsd imcA is she aawAeSMit. :a-d G.e.. belafea' Dwm-_ Painting &.C. tic
.he' : and
tbrtwLg a the *draraags.sif: O.DtiEsfdiy As it paste. 1 ;l'DlgD: First-Cass Repairing
:des .vatauc u She; 9>aee Itwmar+y I am at tee the iMMtfcie 33xw aide ttviaaea
; aaweatsK T :. 'Imt.p. the Yaoil rl4.itidf; aDd rifiirwtau ,seD.pisd >"y ... e-fe, and WNI&; .< aevrnAflrleMimg the Aare 1'hcwD- ktoe w swmrdh r C edtmbeaat3fai

.f li iitpcritie* vioei ee1i fig Qe *>Qe .ramrm.eonae : J-c: Coat, &a4 I prveaa

V.a: are not*ringanacj: cttnrSrn ;i1 h. etdlvetad en ii trare L TokTipw ,.The eta aide d tie tenor lu t..Trse Lp came 41il ,vwgleaea i.Ar.m.s.caM Lumber and Building Material

f petep uft iaibe LtIr.e. ak njerpneaaBy : tbabe: W-IoCd (tarts .B itir j.bee.,aeaitwe eemediied ieo.D..ertedlasaageeaees., and tile sass Btsle 5ieepR bare. iecus .itb read the the ICtIIe:fimrrlttiemesL

prier6ats abvDL F'kda.a bD2de- jarsrrieT f .si your heart feign red 1, --

tbtwr .Jrmg 1.heEa.*: !and nouna LIatk.: It 5.Me beeures beg.true. Oar wairetf remambraanet, -a bard we lerpeveijibizcTegniivdxD tbe bciidiiip!: hue treon the brick f .z i v>

00.;:; and a. it tats. CJI eansi8rr. td the iin pcritS**from: -wtieiz tie tenet ba.e bena ateadoneA. Jtr tat pear
a1W elf ovt> time it a.r.westng se 1 1I it tnot.'DGr rye. and d .}task- ,X tine* BUId*nft'Car4 Some*a w are'besb__has u bred wnrk sa.'seeced .it- 21d.. ]tLmt s. 111..fastA. -X S ..A3O; KJSms, PACTTS ATO :xnJOEKU :: : : BAJt': ; i

-.br..e: imPIt4 sD M2I. j ftif the lcrg. raxteve. !' -.rita the .A1Iaar: Icy a ewrmwdteridgrsay j SflXTTITTIES- icrT, .' l>aiC a and Tanusbea, XeTwaaect" A 2 artuj t;> ci

bi.The?a serewg hflln at.io1t .r The riird f itncuon of the 14aI bum the aeeMtd :fioec.. Thevonhmaioaasksti Start2ba Stirprf.e. i

that kinfi, a martsfi ems,j .1 lixliMwe I H tt.. n.cc impur..1rt at alL Te 4**l.bond .aaianapgr few emOd befirve in Inbikiap etA, EAST COAST LUMBER A. SUPPLY CO.

alit lief itouik Leas art ULflfBxqa&i p .cr ioree from the e ieetrie poY- ,6tr Gene? charge.tan _d she d T.ana&er.a bealtt;.mIba tdar3.mrhd : !
abeasiw Irma baela hi tm.7stea.; jitsar &.he--DJ; T31dem. 1>>11.. that far kill years heat
web the blood
their sm rye t lib tai er ik.aLYerur
---Image ]lanbasas
; the Orai Load,
'. feted IIJICk testatej b9m rti uit an & O'ISara:
': Ua a.ir.. n. jauue ttn>ngrb rinIf }ee Cmerss is hour ion mC.1 few -w d eD4a Ii- hat: a wino-I dodges

11:11'I tiHu-. ell is o m.u.G' De ai 2t t T e.dws7.X T.Aalerp darfal cbaape fS.a. .d hie 'tW5>>c Free
..2taariittttsate i aadXftnamd Dceeeepu..
TEE train.m etc J"iIItriia E.* yon: hilt for a momest, t&ae31 ttieBttT B lt1eea.: "T. bI 5.ee; wii eared
... Acid FJ.aBIeii. be+rit.r, and I ba>e wee fail a
intdrst. imPft"M
Gi.t ]:tawny are pang thrvag: J 1 CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE ,
taste ia a .erg' Tbry tsTtlate
TitD4T e laiy; .... )DUede4 wftF.ria.dr 1 Fog die trash.1: : Lhia se.trmett,t.u. Iweakiar:: a ttticbemes benne, same iadnrr wee the 'blood and
tic ace
Ti.ars far 'tiH! gem AF4a. : 'our real free conies [rem xiteiiuifmXT telety .dragged the aterrnBC_ **.- rLimaun.iL,j ee.en' .es..w.oee.d isp CCan4e Fla ?ea<.. TT't,.! &loG T'e era.1Io1eracs.: .. l.sldste,Si ..nrr-: .. "'"_
riB.. be lift a Lear trunk jvatake h.ti mate tnoa *u: LTu.citocI 1.111 tig.Ite. +sc dzeee f., tad lire peeiiit heaIIib. Zi16iM] ,d5c.. ca'nd aiutf B,1\a.M T.iaf. Fia. Wrier es f.u- 3t "'-"'
It hmg eTmW1 TOB hell .
tort -
;awd deKt_. IL's way 7. E.. : PaTao
is -a.e ioale. llddrns: Bide k O J"Ban..Bma.> ::
iTas. w.m trw arririDg: by thtt -i a ki&g breath: LactLet tom :-c"--it. med .aeei3a. Dw s de i:. Try them (91y ANr: mat 3r Wet arj pan

visaa4a,1.s .a :for ISufc off J.s. yon Lt y.D rt uesgth h tblTitabry SAX Jtwli.ni 1mc".eJ1I'' rue c.---- m'e drug -

varjr tbe Swalbm .&.ailwajparj C.m- tbs. ab.arb.L lf yon iawa.4 : .cis ycrfect yruifptinii a aiant aTittovax. hi Laaaac.asd 6S.ia..teed suee bo Prase'
cbeAandtanxtxw&Mea. x-pi1
trW cwmnteaicie' \: rvizxuig steer'Si to rDa a raee. you Brow i] need aM ae.id sf i t *i.deatb and dec. Indianola.

< W*>t3rji Palm Littisea," tfemfifr a your ItfTnth before yo. begin tt tor"bifi&. A eacpn
,a JCrw Te
Tlt mapcafrpctt raise* Tin w 1 main}; a.aefOiwB.t bn>a1h. Tbat ; aa4 woe taicixc. ifewd rsar.d,: KTK.J. 7. JL.aipt ba Lees IB fat afew

:made >t4 ba&dwnbe PuUxcaa* !mat tag via a texk-n&e raee lrhoer: ,* .e. at K TV. B. K. KTI.OB A bat. I 4.aL.. SEEDS.
Sf !"rice"cu aa4 I L Tjial bmdea GRill HAY AND
IM i : Jeba Beta setmwe& laet veek., bum
t .mk &epfng aid dbaitif car, ainafprveiate j,nags elLS Peep working errtly ,
bia .aiil aaioiDer nag Ie biiJeiha daachsc.Slt. .
t.o1n'ifla sate Ea.t C4IIt..f Pivit' tea ttfiML TTijea wont IDn r s s fwrkui /" JUFatwr. Wiz S.Jearrs.VJf. -.DL oncrl . wait aa3onhtediY then your: rccat: ,g cu ft. for 1 .

,the Mood It1 hufPT gets in the lang FB* T J05TES, j.fsTatLoTt XaeDooaid fve IbmeSerriooi flew> branr. nine mattng; ptaaerd: the .r Ile. P. r it ZistE j San**,JAdSOSTrrLLE.ca Fit

Tee kxi...tk ere b a .(reat ri.4 J !the flJ"Dt'iUItxith: ve work:. and I 3111.J"TATE.&SD ISt-UfiAXCZ. :___.!dda 10e ex.eees.. term: t.hD net Fiat .,..-1P ..
it die31ibDte that forwttrpDriMnst late aoruruut Feed- tiairb.Dies tracks d S.A.L K'jTaad
eaJI L.1.ager '-
at ss ..
dun S.e -a ar aoti.TrTm ,
tbe tItnotS&, sloe cum are rr.wieieverytMx Ute ffstem. Why i tae next Soadty. S_- 2 rd. .t
It! if bier tbi J"II1U.bean brat facter jvcrv bivo>1 I1 L Tusooa. .tie Bajoat -ebximkFVtsaebssi: : at 11JO
&% says !
}. nerre .. cktJ'l.PJI"OII assuadergdag I ;am_ tad :': f &. by J.rw.: S. BL
Jaek.wr vile Jdcsrwi5' <(<-t awrae7.D .,! R-nhl-mnn & Co.
are JTinx t* vpettd a Jot ef! great jAyBk-iJ ctraia j Exenat.r". !ceRioe.T. ,I4arg L,d Wcaq Pam Leac. I .

1ft M bocacve tbe utrate draa&4 aa Tba fcbpjKHC .( ena i* been thH
Cfbry Cbri! has---a.a E. Fietdpetp
; ip- HI 'aai
ate TORE.
extra sap; ; of j>>wer. wfeiflj glee i .al-fl Dreg a.es'a: JJ ;
muesia ee mv* perhapc, 11.a1l; A a boMB bi.baiammr* :- and Em- .
:: : i X. T.
El TttAT fSX: : GJiar.raTo
I iJt ibreagfc the h rr*..xi4 tl: bran nICE IT KDCUrT
.Dgtd 3* PJoPIS4. S... if you antraict f..' _.te---d--I-1 aet )laid nf.Iy em[Lal rrrse eepancad.i.
'mlMt work; mare .mirkhr 3* a.bMoMiI _------B- ,
"viae jmt wiD die aSjasiiLi L.Z-_.taws i.aii m f.r tit7ee..lase M. Field tad wife &ree .> fnna
etdtnLt..i slut: Lttfpapt and part tad itJt.ribct.e. that poser mc rt : m 1'ainaa. ead -r! foe enure.t Gee scram ec astda- spendisrt the day -1 .UXit.A.RTEE5: : JX>K Y. CT-
quietly threetgb tbs belteoIIml LJi e!r f_Asa. EarL d- Jtr- and Iba, LFHIW
ibe'bargain iJbat are C r.n.004 IK .. ltr.re idrawa.e with UMUT patron >-
j> '-.a tat d u.Lkeaag.d; ''- s.
H a Trry *kerfej! sntliae., aw..rt !. n bntar the f t u site ia was aiz 1F'1c ric3a: Orangesand
the +Ciriwmw trade tad bey ab ta1l
Ton ,teat wTz.ee..d *ear Tiat ali the ctiWlrta bae. beet at
I n.an.t-r. must
!a'rery .
and artnd the runt and rbmabout ably pun I t mnadan.3q.r.Ja.d .
Cbriwima xttvie-a.fi 1t tJnht: j d tJ y".iar .ra tbrakicg al>Mtt it. and rh :lour: IL lord 7 s sat time tmtethci. Grapeirl.1tIfs

p dw n) ita J'Ullrs pwtkes7uo j atiore aH Two ntuft do Tver oara rei.eemt aewetal sd the hrent abfpterw ia: y or sag,aad vial to rrcerait7e.
breatLtxg. B-1 f Dree, n>ex .al and
can walk arotuid and tsar ib,-
pirtieml cone fram the lorv. Pioneer Cooperage. .*Lo. Glee n a steal: hbaf-\. 3LCab8sbe d ;1Jft 3easT.loAxErn .
s.tbrs Se4tr spend 1M money. Bat I JThe
tusxL CbriritL.i. the adweriiaiDg and aot{rxm the eeoa..dI. fTe ruin ==
Iron zitfw ,
eurMha r'PDp: oDr.1in..ebc It- L.GEiNGE. n.A.tJJ1,.
ia Sim Mwiii bi. .
:: rw-sp j
.aoaeb C and eian d TJL5TE5, .bee Jy aM a afeedYSla.a j.
tbe Jirtttst idea tea the I naaaiacccre a3J tinds
es eediigiy intro ees3ng 3 otx as dour ,
colJmDL .. made to fire &t vtro>k. vberea 1nMs ia lead
it i* 0L1J' made t* repair ...a.ie, TOM OHS ON; LaGamace Jla M. Lane & Son

Vc&d T* r tMwae and xcaacfartEre:
I.cL.oaTu Li sip be a fay u.4 ,
I the bto o4. tb* Hfe-riTiiig, tadIttesgsb.b..rtring
lively plat a1l of pert week for 01 I taid."BJJND TabeTreesHare
Monday tbe 54tb i.Dc".II.I1t. Gall I *: SO."WASHIXCTOK; snaEET. NEW TOET.

Ve 'TIGERS-IN VOLUSIA.At tot bsitd.eel. tba Jny aa4 1Tae s. sam.9C7iwt .-
TMf eacabi. ee p..ra.
ate Saturday. jynmMM Mbe as rep.it Southern Fruit and Produce
t ''' --'sMp1aawc.. Lt..e roe tm msa.da crl -_ df
one of the Xboct ae0e,.f d errcu j CIn" .b.
f M tie tt.IId: s ate. 6e.erawes1. tot m a a are vrvwiaf ffadai
that ka hares bad ia the the T tewa Omsey Cbeait Court.catm es.aoaes !
eves n>etrvpttif f blfaiitie.,cos oe.snc .bath ia aamtiij and -ortiard. Our ivua.1; yens estesld.e
.f FlMida Tehr U :a&Dr.' 4 the rand lm'Yr--tecI" ..n"WbII ane9-rex7erirB eisat7 iirtieraoa. Tratt trees Shade -,ED.esad c-- i e-i -- .,.. ..ate"L. --

awe Gala TS"eek. tbi par estipaetbwm ells at.fart ..eoS Orgeee iDG.sona haameiiSa. Ttdrht 7etweL oCa bwLJ -

afi. The AJ>T OCATC iaat 4vDrrt.t : CIioIa'C.rettamblt.th.CoaatyC.hs.lea' b t.hat.....,..ts.'nme J GUCST SAT5TT JLAZTSatet tLI1S G. L TAZXS, FJ1urJW..llV1; : :. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES SPEGIALIT-

erouid to beip tbeeaaae grad r_ tad Qi:tea the tGMs Xaty. nuri4a. OUR .

aSettg;. and tae Ear Carat W' kwrladaaj pac1.ie are .. tim j
bra .....,J Ddce ? wb. iaucted i sseoeiia, Card* aad war gTrDtatisme faraJftbed s.ep8tszaa
J"iIIria wile be veil reireeit d ia
Etui the law mast be raapetmd. tad a4- __ c.----
eo.e.bnrilie during Gala CTek ri.ed the slto.rei .M amdasdy r. Buffalo Gasoline Motor.

aid the a sill be tboa at 4. of other .'!'.aaf t.ter 'y. that be .--1cI aaru3ay

eeteT. there al... Wbra.3..C'kari&e' oiat Uwn<. ,.3 far eaoptegpt;tkatbcecwMawc Mason M. Clark
xek ;ctbra sin the trash,
merctaat Id out t ,
s prineell Hit that i*Weald otber Bake them aa. 15 AJSOLTTIX.T ETLiAKLEX5T

&9 &DJ L ing. and to gtre theft ,.swr the qtr. ours a flee mtua safer i

rot to a ptod tame, they lot idons tkw nori>nc|__ Tbte kxaly ctaad by I AZi TrULTHTE.
i Fruit t and Produce Merchant.
r taB in their e.n.a: and ereryottewbo : medat.d 4.4 .. Vy aC.knew flit aad key*tr AfrteXvkattiin e- i The yva prt
ft'tIIrtlfpeak. ra high tera f rf
.. the kiadae abosa them by the 1 then; ead4ieea ta7 tie SPECIALTIES:

reidcst of that proeprrou and! raraU.bed H.o.e for Bat.A 3iivrlo. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
f *aibea citj. low let ererybodyk : j
Jp to make Gala Week a .tleaestti ,, j cnxx K.: WALLACZ.
.eeebrwa b.s._ .. t'e rotes. ooaaietiFl Florida Oranges and ..
be GrapefruitIMJfcmy
tad by .o doing t.hf'J'iL gnix t
farbiaisd, tat rest ur9 opting.
ND&eadI.: 77taeda
west -
band the oft *
to metrrpolii
" a helping AdftroW. 3T: j
., Street and Mft list NEW TOBy
Stteet -
!':orida.. i Car JLUVOCATK,7 tn *iZie,

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i; OLD RELIABLE Hobe Sound. Eden. Tibbals. OEORO MARX. JOHN MARL i

Mrs, Charles B.-Jefferson, who sailed Mr. Coss, of New-York city, has been Miss" Clara Otwell-, of Km, Galllo: who 1VI..A.B. JBR:: <>S._

from Nuw York on the :.!nh ult., arrivedat stopping at Mrs. Saunders for several has many friends here was the guest of

oY'oY "Snug Harbor" on Thursday. days. Mrs. J. II. Andrews, on Sunday last WHOLESALE GROCERS

.uMr'and Mrs. Henderson of W. F. Wolfe Is for a month .
formerly away va ,,. II. IHrrls (gave his wife a pleasant
place now of Palm: Beach, Inspected cation and Station\ Agent Lu liner has surprise a few days by malting hera
their home and were here last taken his place In the office here.
guests .
Sunday present of a Simplex, which Is an Improvement Fruit and Produce Jobbers

G. B. Lamar jr., cashier of the First over the I'lunolii In some re-
Mrs A. L. Shuler and Miss May Carey National Rank of St.. Augustine, was spects.
of Ormond, mother and sister of Mrs. C.: visiting In this last
B. place Tuesday soliciting Kline O. Yarn of Fort Meade, agent Corner Buy and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE FLA. .
Jefferson who have pot visited Hobe business for his bank for Mapes Fertilizer Co., of New York, ,

Sound In two years, are recent arrivals. and (i. R. Fjamar, cashier of the St. Augustine e
Mrs. M. A.
NG PO Hobo Sound to the front ngalnt Awakened of the Netherby.Curtis the arilvcd popular Tuesday manager bank, were calling On our peopleon WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

from her Hummer slumber and tak I evening: accompanier\ by her relatives, Tuesday.Mr. .
ing on new life and color, as if to extend Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lytle. Ell Walker who has the contract PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

Aii6OWER a week.welcome: greeting to the arrivals of last J. H. LoTourneau made a business fQr has placing about completed the shell the on tho unshelled publlo space road Potatoes, Soot Peanuts and Cow runs In season.

T. Newton Banner who has; been absent trip to Fort Pierce last Tuesday: and at Eden, and will remove to Ankona a V We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable!
was compelled to wale
from his little bungalow for over a count of a broken down two hours on ao- few days and commence work there. _. _.. ,
locomotive, on ------- ---- -- -- ---- -- -- a
year is in our midst once more. We the return trip One of our vegetable growers Is now 11
are sorry to chronicle his Indisposition, anxiously awaiting the Introduction or Eau Gallie. It I
which binds him to his homo. i The women In this place: are all hoimo- discovery of some amphibious seed and ,

Absolutely Pure I '1'. B. Allen will exclaim, "Oh, Maria I" cleaning the insane and the men uoaily ready for plants for his winter garden spot The KIDNEY GORE ,

when he beholds how things have materialized asylum. They say they haveno writer hopes ha will succeed as she Is Ean Gallie Is tilling up with winter
SUBSTITUTE rest for the soles
IRE IS NO their feet. But ts.
on Cocoanut Point. The little very fond of vegetables.Art guet>
there Is an end to all and housecleaning
cottage is completed, and our inhabitantsare doos not come things:( often In- Sneger is now the busiest man In Ruthvon cottage has just boon treated There In no dlaeaso no Insinuating ; [

anxiously waiting to welcome them Florida. very 'own. \Ho has several contracts for eroct- to a couple of coats of paint. 1<:. Hplller: ,so slow but burs, us kidney dineuHo -

C. B. Last \ ng wind mills and plumbing. This week did the work. ors wldo-ftpread. The 'nll' y 4 4esenpe :
Jefleison manager of his father's Monday morning, before sunrise to generally
Palm Beach. are HO slight
est he will erect wind mills for C. R. GIfford Oranges and grapefruit fast
company bloKes his winter's tour this Miss Jessie Miller started out for a con / are putting notluo. I f1
week, in Brooklyn and will\ make a bee- stitutional. /She had not gone very far and Miss\ Gertrude England; and also do on a yellow tinge and shipments foe the The first indications In

I. 1\lo"ellleft for Jacksonville\ line for Florida. Mr. Jefferson has eight when she saw a sight that made her the plumbing In their new residences.The Christmas trade ,,'llIlIoon be made. the urine, with varied flleots.appear The
i'lay,1V.morning, fora two weeks' visitt hundred grapefruit and orange trees herein blood run cold-an Immense rattlesnake people of this district have wakened K. W. Stlckney has his sloop, Alice In quantity iiiiw bo increased or and recreation tho most nourishing condition. that disputed her right: to be outl\O early to find an old drvntn come true- commission once more. Mr.\ Stlckney's oreimod; It la likely to be highly col '

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Snider will be at Miss Jessie's first Impulse was to scream, the dream of good roads, for'they are popularity will\ now be greater than ever. ored and scalding; It ntny be pals t\\ '
i. Clow andher daughter, Miss Nell, home again when the Pink Paper to grab her skirts and run; but no, she fast becoming a reality. At its last mooting or thin, or thick and milky with a
ant week, for Havana and otherIn precs. They left Cincinnati Tuesday goes thought, "I must kill it, or It may bite held on the ]13th Inst., the flood Capt. Symmonds has his sloop, Nip sediment. Later on more pro "
Cuba. Mrs. Clow's son Is one Their palatial home looms of somebody, and then I never could forgive Roads Association decided to Immediately and Tuck, In commission again. This uullceclsymptt! will be]>rft eiit, I
up a thing vessel had made to the
iina's prominent business men. beauty. The interior is still unfinished myself. The only thing she could Hud circulate the requisite petition to secure : beach with already a trip such ax> dizziness bloating, etc., \
has left for her annual but work Is progressing rapidly towards to Rive battle with was a piece of scant the levy of another special road tax a jolly party on board with market bladder and urinary
I M ling and although It wall heavy and full mills. If is In doubt .
and while there will be completion. of seven any man C. C. Plngrey's; residence on. Young disorders.P J
o Daytona, of splinters, she grabbed It and pursuedhis as to the wisdom of this step, we can street la now being altered renovated l"nnoii waste matter collected. '
ue8t of Miss Evelyn Clark. The 'Jefferson and Allen" Moss snakeshlp Into the and by the hlond, from all parts of the sya
purchased pineapples offer than a drive and the
will Jacksonville dur- no stronger argument enlarged making; It one of most tarn and carried to the kldnr ., wlerreIt
visit >
ladles Island this summer way up in the north beat him to death\ He measured five over the roads of this district. The Improvement handsome homes on Houston street. PiHpiiritt.il mid cum nut through the ,
Bala Week. woods at; Meddybemps, Maine, where feet in length and eight Inches In clroumforanoe. In their condition during the urine. The kidneys deal' will the liNxxi )'

B Rt Rev. "Win. Crane Gray bishop' they, with their wives, were in camp.A How is that for a snake!? We last year would be found most convinc II. U. Hodgson's new residence on only,. lorlvliiK Hence. It nonrlnhmmt the blood Is find there.tram. .. the.
will bo
H diocese was a welcome visitor to portion of each year will be spent therein are very proud of our fourteen-year-old ing. Not all df our roads are shelled, street soon ready for ktdnnv are not only overworked, tm.undartuil. '
Beach and West Palm Beach last the future for the excellent fishing heroine. ___ but; certainly enough to' glvo us ourmoney' occupancy. The style is very pretty-a Hour nncesmiry la It, luera- A'
combination of Colonial and old English. for, that. this purity mi.I. vitality of tb.
old- and big worth and still the work
reverend good
The bishop is an game. blood should' be maintain It 1M plain
riend of Rev. Mr. Vaux, of Holy. Dr. Purdy Informs the writer that his the Foley's and Honey and Tar always stops goes on. When the special tax was Levi Archdeacon B. P. Brown of Tltunvllle, why the grout blood purifier and ',
heals the
mission of West Palm Beach : cough lungs. Refuse led ]last year It was hoped that the fund was the fluent of Mrs. S. E. Barbour of trmiKlliHiiurUr.. Ilarter'IIroiiIonta-,
gty ,
wife Fannie Rice will him in
( ) join a substitutes. Sold by Wilson & Son. hn boon suoflennf ully inert In trpntlngkldnoy ,
resulting would amount to at least $i I- Walden
cottage on Sunday lust. The
in the now Gruber build- couple of weeks, and make a prolongedstay. dlmtHNHH a..lln preventingHunia
000, but as the district had just been Archdeacon left for Fort Pierce the same In purify( the blood the kidneys are
first It is to be hoped that business
opened for the time Tnesvenlng no
as formed there data which to nunm time
I was no upon afternoon. '
with a dance, for the bene- engagement changes the program, for White City.Miss base estimate could newtlslietngltihndliitality. ar.. given
the Lake Worth Band under the. she will prove a happy acquisition to our an ; consequently one The steamer Spartan Cole A Booth these nttdtnu. The following letter toll
of Conrad Schmidt. The genial little colony. i only guess at the amount to bo realized, owners, is out ngaln with overhituleImachinery a vary out story
Cement and It has turnod out that the guess of and hull. I> KNOT, Kr.. June 25, im.TO .
deserved the crowded house. Lena Orel called on Mrs. Davis, a newly-painted INB
richly It's pretty safe to wager that If Mr. Sunday afternoon. $4,000 was too high as only about $..1iUH) The vessel now in tlrst-class order for Or. hotter MfiMoinf Q., Dayton, Q.OKNTLKMBNI .

[o citizens of West Palm Beach ap- Augustus Pltou could have a glimpse; of was collected. This money Is being spentIn both passengers and freight. : I had a severe cue of jt
ate the deserved recognition and the magnificent grapefruit on his place Frank Skill and Ira Lnmont were up straightening and grading; tho roads typhoid fever six years ago, which lea ,
liment of the Indian River Band, 01vllle the fine groves, rich in health color andpromise from JensenSunday./ and laying shell and those who have Capt. J. II. Andrews, of Tlbbnls, ar- my kidneys, lu bad order. I have tried "

In selecting 1'rof. A. Laufman he would be moro elated than Miss Fanny Chilstenberry was the taken the trouble to Investigate have rived In Eau Uallle on Monday last. The a number of remedies and taken treatment ,

tr.I Lemon to Join their organization over the great success of "Old Limerick guest of Mrs. Orrell on Sunday found that tbe people's money being Captain will return with his sloop Dixie. from doctors, but J>r. Horter' Iron ,
Town of which he la the author. economically and wisely expended. The vessel has just boon overhauled and
accompany the band to the StateIt Messrs. Orrell and Poppell attended Ton to bas done ma more food lawn
painted for the coining winter training.)
was a worthy tribute. church In Fort Fierce on Sunday I everything elno. C. COROKI.L: i

\\n. J. II. Lookwood of the Holland W. A. Herren, of Finch, Ark., writes: The Club There Is no cough medicine so popularas A party of seven of Kau Gnllto's win. Merchant and Mine Operator
will give a box party and I 1< and Tar. It containsno l v
tor here this
Foley'sHoney guests are expected tvook.
"I wish to that Foley's Kidney
the of report ago
entertained Guild Holy dance There thousands of Just such
Thanksgiving Nov. 27lh.
,evening, or poisons and never falls to the and l
Hty Mission on Thursday afternoon, Cure has cured a terrible case of kidneyand I opiates Among; party expected are Mr. oaaeit OK tlio abo ve that are treated
ilie Ludlos' Aid Society of the Con- bladder trouble that two doctors had Vegetables are growing very fast now, cure. Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. Mrs. Colby; lit r8. Cantleld and l Mr. and without results because they are I

tlonal church fn the evening. Tbe given up. Sold by Wilson & Son. and the prospect for good crops Is flat Mrs Terry, all from the state of Michi\ wrniitfly! treated. Mr. Cordell's

egret Is that the Holland Is not as I tering. Viking. gan. i condition resulted from an pxhanst- '

as the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Lock- Ira Lamont Is again working in Jansen Mrs. S. E. Barbonr, at this place has I Ing (ever; the kidneys] as well as S

Stuart. having enjoyed his vacation of three. kindly donated to St. Johns Episcopal tbe rest of the (
ObI) the annual winter visitors who weeks with his parents. I Mr. anti Mrs. Ole Helseth, of Oslo, ohurob the linen for an organ cover. It I wasted by (llH,>aso. No wonder Dr.Ilarter'alroaTonlo "
much needed and the church '
homes on the Lake shore and have Mrs. pell. Miss Harris and were plennnnt callers In town the other was poo- prompt' )ycured, J'
Pop Mr.
W. E. Rea returned borne on Monday, pie are very gtateful to Mrs. Barbour for because It purl tied and enriched the 1
ned for this season are Mr.and Mrs. from a business trip to Miami, Frlpp were the guests of Mrs and Mrs. day.Mr. the handsome present. blood and! such blood carried new
rick Robert whose borne is on tbe Dutton on Sunday afternoon. Caldwell busy hauling lumber ,
|side, and Mr. and Mrs S. F. Worth- Mr. Legg, representing the Columbia from St. Lucie for Mr. Wright's new Mr. and Mrs. A, n.lIodltllonentertaln.ed strength and vltoJIty directly to the
n on the West side; at the Palms Drug Co., was here Wednesday.The It is reported that our baseball nine house. a few lends on Saturday last, Mr. kidneys and to alt the organs. ,

Jr. and Mrs. W. T. Maulden of Dll- Fish do- will have a game with the Jensen nine, and Mrs. E. W, Stlokney! anti Mr. and FOR 8ALB ......... '
East Coast
Company are Mr. and, Mrs. Ankeney Mr. Edwards
visited here lot I at this place Thanksgiving afternoon. Mrs. James Mackey being the
Montana who have among
Ing a good business at this point now. and Mr. Din: McCarty were In tbwn" 'I
many years, and are welcome back. The entertainment given by our young Saturday looking after their property. I guests present. Cards were the featureof _
Mr. Men-let School :Superintendent:: of people last Friday night; won well attended this most enjoyable evening. .
the Ladles' Club Room over the Dade county spent the day here Monday considering It rained all day, and the Messrs. A. Eilcksen, J. Strands and Georgiana.Guy
evening .
Reading Room on Friday '
let refreshments will be served and Geo. Parks, R.)bt. Ledbetter and Chas.McLherson ground was wet, In fact, In many places ester Nelson were home, last week, HE COULD: HARDLY GET UP.-W
eutngof social pleasure Interspersed went out on a hunting trip, water was standing on the streets. The shipping nice pines and working In their n. Duffy, of Ashley, 111., writes This -
uric donated by the Wednesday.F. program was well rendered, and great pineries. Is to certify that I have taken two bottles Simmons returned, Thursday. of
n Worth, generously Proceeds to be credit Is due our school, teacher, Miss The Missus Agnes Holsetb, fc. Martin, of Foloy's Kidney Cure and ''it ha. last week from a two mcntlu' outing atAshevllle ;
for Band. books fur are the Freeing C. Coobrane, of Palatka was here, Harris, for the Interest she hat manifested Grace Caldwell: and Mesdames Nelson helped me more than any other medicine. }f. C. He enjoyed the change

purchasing liootn. The tables will be Inee Tuesday, representing Cocluane's book In the preparation of the same. and Caldwell and Master Carl Helseth I tried many advertised remedies, but very much.

of'the Le Fees deAlgullle, the store at Palatka. Another prospective resident has ar took a pleasure ride to Port Pierce and none of them gave me any relief. My Miss Mamie Holma. left, Wednesday I

ladles' club. Chas. McPherson and Homer Witham rived. Mm. riujco of Albany N. Y. did some shopping on Saturday. ThereIs druggist recommended Foley's Kidney morning for her home, at Hlmrpes 1<'11\.,
if have begun operations on the tomato reached White a good opening at Viking for a general Cure and it hue cured me. Bofoie commencing after her pleasant' outing at the beach j

Henry M. Flagler has agalo shows farms up the river. 12th, and will proceed City, Wednesday to make this Nov her merchandise store. Its use I was In such 'shape and visit with Miss. Myrtle liurchflel and'f'
kindness and Interest for the pub that 1 could hardly get up when once Mrs. A. L. Ltruner. \
nod!, by presenting to the public J. C. Hancock has a lot ot building future home. Airs asoo bought land Mr. Elias Helseth brought the pastor, down. Hold by U. R. Wilson Son.
it I a large American flag and express-. material on his lot. Building operations here some time ago and has a part of it ;Mr. Lane, of Sebastian, down on Sunday. Mrs Hughes and niece, buss Unrchflel, I,
e wish that the flag should;, be raised will soon commence. cleared. Mr. Austin has charge of It and He gave quite an Interesting discourse to I and Miss Holmes returned, Tuesday, '\
will have a nice residence erected as soon a well rllloil house. This was the first Rockledge. from their two weeks outing at Oceanu. "
owered daily, and that once a year The ladles met Tuesday" and declc'Jedto as possible. Mrs. Pasco has property in service In the new school honno. Mr. Bench. They report having, n very good
set the Declaration Independance r
have a Christmas treo In the Methodist Defray, whore she has spent several winters Lane will be with us again on the third i time. The weather was perfect and I
Id be lead to the school and along
: church for the young people. planting trees each December. delightful as the water Is quite 'II
same line Mr. J. E. Ingrabam sug- orange year, Sunday A fine rain fell on Tuesday evening. bathing

d that three boys be given the care John Mlchales( and Curd Schroeder only to have them frozen down Tills, Viking: Is a fine place all It needs at Several RockloHgeltes attended tile ball warm yet. ,
and evening for a hunting tripon however, is not the case here, as there 'I'ho Misses. Bond and their charming
e fUg and that at the raising left.Tuesday present a good station. The R. R. at Cocoa on Tuesday evening.
the waters of the St. Lucie. are trees now growing; that were not In- little nieces arrived on Thursday of last '
ring the bugle should be blown as a upper company Is losing money bv not havinga
jured by the OI-5; freeze. Mrs S. II. Peck Is busy renovating the ; week. They are stopping III Mrs. Tay '
ary salute. We congratulate Mr. Thomas Britt the bridge tender here station here, and the land will be given
Plaza. A big season I. expected lor's until A. I.. llruner does
sham upon his happy thought, and is spending a few days with his friend for one. Prof. Macy has shown how cottage
commendable object lesson to the Reuben Carlton, out in the tomato a'oo- Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs find much he thinks of the place by coming A. L. Marsh Is expected on the 20th, some extra work on their new house.
ng generation. tion. colds] ; reliable, tried and tested, safe and twice In a month and by walking down to put readiness Hotel Indian River.Ortnges They are nice people and everybody I. I
sure. Sold by II. H. Wilson fe Son from 0..1011.0(1 up from St. Lucia. If we glad to have them back again, ,
(I". Venable left, last Friday for rnnstod schooner are beginning to show their
The three auxiliary had a station here, the Indies would take Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Carter received l the
xville, Ky., to enter the Theological Emily U cleared from this port Tuesday to Fort Pierce bil.ht golden color among the green
In going
of the Fort Pierce. pleasure every sad 1 news of the death t;>f their son, I
Mr. Venable was one
nary bound for Jacksonville\ fohngu.
morning, week to do their shopping. Nathan at the home of his grandfather,
popular young men In town. He She In charge of Capt. U. L>. Hendrlckson Mr and Mm Horace took
entertained the ::: was R. "Shares a tart Carter, in Deadwood a. I)., on ,

Inll very before beautifully his departure by Miss her owner. Sheriff Jos. I*. Brown was In town on South Rockledge. trip t.> J.ickBouvlllo last week, returningun Nov. 11, ltDJ: of l pneumonia fever. :j

r, at her parents' home on Eveclna Wednesday. TliuiKtUy. Nat linn was nb'int 1] yeah of age, and '

'. about fifteen of her most Intimate AnkonaEldred.Mr. Harry Jennings, of Flbbals, was a visItor A. 1). l 11,11114111 now meets. the south- went horns with his Kiiinilfather two or
its and to b"'unoltrrill to Lon three years ago hop i log that a change of
showing her hospitality to town on Tuesday. A. I>. Baldwin giving his residencea uuuvey passengers
would "benefit him he had al- I
climate a*
their tribute of friendship to thet Geo. M. Robbins attorney, of Tltusvllle fresh coat of paint. the junction.Ml been dfllo'itu child TMs Is the)

xhments of honor, Mr. Venable.and Delicious ex- Tancre was In Fort Pierce last was In town on Tuesday. Rev. II. Kelgwtn; was visiting his <.. Kite Ever was down Inspecting wsy first death til lilt! family' of seven bright; ,
were served "par her .toi", \Ve"fnw d.iy, pivparluif to .
nco" the thought in re Friday Roylance Klopp have just completeda friends here on Saturday. get interacting children. 'I'lm family has
general Is stable for Julia C. Michael. It In shape for the winter season. I the sincere sympathy of all lu this,. their
to decoration, menu and entertaln- Mr. Abdill Is again( quite well, and fine livery J. E. Hettef! has moved Into tbe Geo.

Many were the kind wishes ex- able to be around again.Mrs. Messrs. W. J. Bass A Co. made their Smith house for tbe winter.J. Mrs M. Gould) nit II. II. Trafford of first great soirow. May them merciful. .

ed for "Mr. Joe" and Godspeed. Hoke, of Jensen has been visitIng first shipment of fish on Tuesday. H access daughter Cocoa were among the worshipers at Heavenly Father comfort us no r
and friend
J. Dymnck were earthly can.
you ng gentleman left hosts of friends Mr. and Mrs. Potneroy. to tbe new firm. at Hock led ice chapel on last Sunday
and Salmon
Ide this delightful coterie. calling on Mr Mrs Sunday. momlng.

Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson of Eden, We want to remind the people of Fort }fro and Mrs. A. L. Averlll are Sl' Mrs C. S. .Schnyler visited with her Indianola.The '

were visiting on the ridge Tuesday Pierce that the ADVOCATK still does! all pectedto arrive at their beautiful home husband's sister, Mr*. J. E. liettlnr, last .
1YSICIAN PRESCRIBE IT.-Many kinds of Job .
d 1 minded prescribe Fo- W. C. Rawltnson and wife and Miss. Printing.The next week. week, returning/ her borne at Jensen -

Honey and physicians Tar as they have neverd Rawllnson were guests of the Fart Pierce Rev Mr. Sturgess of West Palm Mrs. James L. Wilson and daughter, on Friday.J. cool nights are coloring up lh.

BO sate and reliable a remedy fort hotel, last Tuesday Beach, held services morning and even- Alllenne were calling on )Jr.. J. E. Battier E.: Battler and wife are now occupying oranges nicely,

and lung troubles as this great Mrs. Ankeney spent last Saturday In ing, to large/ audiences. on Sunday evening. the Warner home, which has undergone L. S. Sanders and Joe Field bave com

cine. Sold by B. R. Wilson & :Hon.:: St. Lucie looking after her winter garden, J. \V. hedge and family, left, Monday Mr.. Hchuylur, of Malabar has completed a thorough renovation for their re- I menced to ship tangerines.

which Is progressing finely. for California Intending to make that his work for Edmund Day, and ception. They are very cosy. I.II Arthur Buck wife and son, recently:

state their future home. has returned to his home. And still the applications for furnished came up from Fort Pierce, vu a visit to
Lotus. Mrs. Fransen and daughter Miss Fran- cottages In. I think If Rockledge Mr. Buck's .
Miss Sbottlerwere Tbe Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. R. health Mrs. C. V. come parents.W. '
sen, Mrs. Shottler and ::: Owing to poor ,. had fifty medium sized cottages that
vlttliingon the ridge this week. D. Holmes died Tuesday morning. The Ruthveo bail given up the lease on Miss be R. Sanders J. S. Field and Mr. and
of them would taken.
bcks are here by the thousands. of Arcadia has parents have our heartfelt sympathies Louise M. Powe's cottage, and she will everyone Mrs A. B.lll1mplur. have returned. from
I Mr. Buell. gentleman their great sorrow. not be here this winter. The Nsw Rockledge hqtel help arrived LaGrange, where they had been attending
G. Ronald Is off on a big hunt this been so impressed with the homes along The Rev. Mr. Gale held Congregationalservices this week, and things are being pushed the session of the Indian River Bap
made his 20x40 addition
here that be has up Joe radon Is putting up a
the river
In the Methodist church Sunday: toward the opening of the hotel early In Association..
Onday and felt like July mind to buy a place of his own, and will to his packing house. He will\
Tuesday morning.!: Quite, a number of visitors December. They expect a lively season.
Abel Hlldratb and Mr. and Mrs WII-
Ger make his home here. need It, as he has. a large. and fine crop
from Eden were present. of oranges and grapefruit.Mr. Rev. A. Keltfwln, Florida synodic lam Auld, of Columbus 0., have recently
ite a number from this burg were Owing to inch a bad night very few. Archdeacon R. F. Brown, of Tltusvllle missionary, tilled the pulpit at Rockledgeon arrived. ]',fro and Mrs. An Id. are set
rs in Brantley, last Sunday. from here were able to attend the entertainment :N. M. Fish, the road commission .
held services In St. Andrews church Sunday: morning. A very good congregation tled In J. }f. Field's cottage for the winter
White City, last Fri Is at work with a number of men nit
18 Willie King spent a pleasant eve- given on Sunday evening. Quite a number of I er. attentively listened to his excellent and so far are delighted with our
rock Ma.gruder'
It was a splendid success, teams getting out In Maor|
with day evening. listen to sermon on Love.A little village.At .
residents a
Mrs. Walker on Monday. our were present
and a neat sum was raised for the Christmas Ho will hold grove, and says ha will make us
sod beans forward very Interesting; sermon. a good rock road down to A. L. Averlll's.
many are going tree.
week \ services again Monday next at lap: p.m. POLICE IAS'S TE.'iTIMmfY the approach of and during winter
although the market Is
[ poor. N.Patter.on, night policeman of Nuh ua. the system needs some help because It
amer Canaveral Is making regularon Startling. But True. ANXIOUS:: MOMENTS.-Some of the Luck In Thirteen.By la., writes: "Last winter I had.a bad will be heavily taxed. Dr. lUrter'a Iron

the route from Eau Gallie toa. knew what a grand medicine most anxious boors of a mother's life are sending 13 miles, Wm. Splrey, of cold on my lungs and tried at least a half Tonic not only drives out disease but Itgives

"If everyone New life Pills\ Is," writesD. those when the little ones of the) household Walton Furnace Vt.. got a box of Buck- dozen advertised cough medicines and the needed strength and vigor to

s. R. Osteeo and son, M. O. Osteen, Dr. King's Dempseytown, Pa., "you'd have the croup. Thare Is no other ]en'. Arnica Salve, that wholly cared a had treatment from physicians without the .,.tem. You will not suffer with
xpected this week on a visit to S.A. II. Turner have in a day. Two week medicine so effective In this terrible! ) malady horrible fever sore on his leg. Nothing getting any benefit. A friend recommended colds-little or big, with L Orlppe, or
en and family. sell all you man of me." Infallible as Foley's Honey and Tar It Is a else could. Positively cures bruises, ul Foley' Honey and Tar and with Pneumonia If you take Dr. Harter's
use has made a Dew stomach and liver household favorite: for throat and lung cersfelonaeruptlouaboils, barns, corns ttvo-thlyda of a bottle cured me. 1 considered Iron Tonic and use raaaonibl care and

"dames Blsbee Green Osteen ander for constipation B., R. Wilson Son's troubles, and as It contains no opiates it and Only 25e. Guaranteed by B. '. It tbe greatest cough and luog common sense. Get the genuine with a
and Messrs. Provost aid Tanner' troubles. 25o at can be safely given. R. Wilson A t Hon,druggists. medicine the world." Wilson 4 Son. black wrapper.e .
Passengers, Saturday up the river. drug store.

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JAMES. PBITCKARD, President; WHo M. Bnoww: Vice-Preudent

C. 8, SCHUYMCB, Cashier.- W. 8. BRASSING, Abet Cashier

Singers live to old age-some- INDIAN

A....aLI' JOOaXAIi DBVOTCD TO Taa D.VB1OP times in spite of bad habits, because ,

IBOTIOHI. Biliousness
breathe deeply and develop their, Authorized capital, $IQ< coo

'RIDAY.O&A&LZI lungs fully, says a recent Issue o t MaKes ,-
PUBLISHED EVERY Paid up capital, $2 ,ooo\

the New York Journal. Average deposits, $1 t K .JQQ.
H. WALTON! Editor & FubllHbe Every human being could add this Chronic Invalids. -

health and length of life by care When the liver is torpid, the bile enters the blood as'
Discontinuance of advts. incut be made pe: Transacts General
wally at this ofHoe or by writing. breathing. Well-ventilated rooms a virulent poison; then comes that train of Liver Ills a Banking

are important ; a series of long

Checic.eto.,may be made payable to CHABS.I. breaths on rising in the morning I Is DAMON'IVER Business.

H. WALTON,publisher.Addreia Important ; but the most Important ILLS

all oommunloatlons to thing of all is by constant practice I r Largest and Oldest Bank on the River

accustom yourself, mechanically,
to ,
ADVOCATE, bought and sold on all t'I
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day. Your strength and vitality, the liver Juat the right touch and turts Nature's

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food that you eat. liver, the Pellets tone the lystera.SerapU : a rvative banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
Weather Bureau-Jupler, Fin
What eat simply replaces the :
you and booklet !>... Seaboard National Bank of New York
tissue which you wear out in your '\ national Bank of Jacksonville, fin,
The following is a comparative slate little A__ Complete Treatment
daily life. Your food is only a '
ment of temperature and rainfall forth eyr as days as rte.V. 1CI'"'C "..rITUSVILLE, FLA.
important'than the grease on ..
Nov. 18 1002. more '"
z week ending/{ Tuesday "".
.. ONOSold >
a'.w >
-1002- -1901- the axle of an express train. Do v.n

:BAT III. MAX. MIN. MAX. Mill not make the mistake! of thinking

13 12 80 79 72 TA: 81 75 04 oa that the food in a human being Is THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

14 78 73 74 B5: the same as the coal in a boiler.

(J8, 72 54 The coal in the boiler represent
15 79
by B. R. :WILSON A SON TITUSVILLE. Coke Brick Lime Cement
10 80 71 64 ni force. In your body it Is breathing; ------ Wood, Coal, ,
17 82: 73 tt 42 that represent.' force.. Your blbod.. ----------- --- --
13 83 71 68 45 the life current that flows throughout HOTEL ALCAZAR TO OPEN. INDIAN RIVER REMEMBERED *
Total rainfall for the week: 0.05
distributes to Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick....
Departure from normal rainfall for the your body, your Paving .
''J'\, week: plus 0.13 Inches. Departur 'nerves, muscle, brain and you On the 20th of this month,one day before FLORENCE:, ITALY,Oct. 29, lOO'. ,

from normal rainfall since January 1, billions of cells, the electric fore St. Angustlne Thanksgiving, will,open the Hotel for the Alcazar season, Editor East Coast Advocate: Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone ?fo ffl,

minus 10.00 IlAi Inches.P. HARDIN Observer. which that blood takes to the lung of 1002-3, under the management of Die Dear Sir-Upon my return home thi)) J. K. :MUNNERLYN, General Manager.,::
The blood performs three tuna Joseph P. Greaves, whose chief clerk,, month I found the newsy ADVOOATI .
tions that we know of In the firs Mr. Asa S. Loomis has boon In the above at the Villa Bnel, and I now send you
named clt/for some time. Carpenters, check for $4.00( another two years''
WHEN merchant ia anxious to< it feeds the abovementionebrain < my
a place
masons and painters have nearly finished subscription to the pink paper, front
succeed and make money, the helpIng muscles,nerves and counties the extensive alterations, enlargements date of expiration. Our address hoi MeMurray & Baker

hand of advertising ia alway cells that make up the body. Th and repairs, which have been In progress changed, as owing to our traveling sc ,
extended to him in these columns food is changed into blood and tbe during the past summer, and within the much, for my daughter's concerts, w<

Just our advertising columns, blood in turn feeds the minute particles next week Mr. MacOuIre will turn the never are stationary long at a time, al Jacksonville, Florida.
try hotel over to the managers. With the though Alias Edith has bought beauti- 4O1-413: East HayStreet. -
and see for yourselves. in your body,giving them the additions and alterations the Hotel Alcazar ful garden in this "fair city of flowers"1
matter to repair waste. should bo more popular than ever. this "city on the Arno," and think later -Makers and Jobbers of-

ADVERTISING is the link that connects In the second place the blood act The lobby has been Increased to almost I will build to her fancy.
double Its former size, and the door ban We have, however, never lost our affection -
business with success, and as a scavenger. It cleans the body Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
been tiled with marble mosaic. The lobby for Indian River and our loved
the big merchants of this country It washes away the impurities de extension takes In a portion! of the floor orange grove at City Point, which Cnpt ,

are well aware of this fact. Why; veloped by the cells,each of which, space fotmeily belonging to the main W. II. Sharpe Is, no doubt, still making Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
P.b.6.,' cannot our smaller merchants see life yourself, breathes, eats and di- dining room. The dining room has been a beauty spot on that beautiful river ol
through the advantages of continually gesta. As it passes through the extended back to the street line of Cor the world-Indian River.I First-Class Repairing and Painting, .&c. &c.
r dova street, taking; In the space formerly am anxious the people this Bide ol
l advertising. lungs, the blood-ride Itself and rids occupied by the cafe, ,and south <>f It the Atlantic should know something ol
your system of the impurities which along the corridor leading to the casino. the beautiful East Coast, and I propose

r; WE are receiving'many letter it has collected on its travels. You The entire ease side of the arcade ha to write up Home of our interesting Lumber and Building Material.
I.1" I in the north asking know that the blood starts on Its been remodeled, and the many little placed, and have begun with the first t
from people ,
rooms have been converted I n to a spacious settlement, St. Augustine, and the state
t particulars about Florida hotels- Journey from your heart bright red, grill room, billiard room and barber shop. we most enjoy Klorida.
\', especially i those along the East'' and returns black it is black because The stores and offices on the east side ol Our united remembrances, and best t We keep every thlcg required in the building line from the brick foundation to

Coast; and as it takes up considerable of the impurities from whlcl the court have been abandoned. Mr.MacGuire's wishes for your continued SUCCORS. the ridge cap, including

;4 of our time in answering sncl it frees your system, and this blackness the Hotel Cordova forces, which are now has at been work con-In MRS. MINNIE N. .MARTIN. SASH, DOORS AND BLINDS: PAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.

letters, hereafter, we intend to end the lungs remove. nected with the Alcazar by a coveredbrtdgeway Q: "SPECIALTIES: Mo ury.' Paints and Varnishes, Js'eponsett & Paroid Roofing
all writers seeding information of The third function of the Moot from the second floor. The A Startling Surprise. Paper.

that kind, a marked copy of the is the most important of all. W< combination makes the double hotel un- Very few could believe In looking etA. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.Hodges .

I I ads. of those hotels that are bidding get our force from the electric power der Manager Greaves'Since charge the one closing of the of T. Hoadley,healthy, robustblacksmttb| ,
which the blood absorbs from best In the system. of Tilden". nd., that for ten years he suffered -
for their patronage on our 4th and the Oriental hotel, Manhattan Beach, such tortures from rheumatism as & O'Hara
7th pages. the air as it passes through th Manager ti reaves has been busily engaged few could endure and live. But a won-

., lung tissues.If In his office at 102: Broadway, N. Y. derful change followed his taking Electric
...Manufacturers and Dealer |lnoo.
THE trains on the Florida Eut you think for a moment, a Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured
dozen incidents will impress upon I Asleep Amid Flames. me," he writes, "and I have not felt a Rough LUMBER.
Coast Railway are passing througl and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE
twinge In over a year. They regulate
Titusville daily, well loaded witl you the truth of this statement, that' Breaking into a blazing home, some the kidneys, purify the blood and cure Dressed
winter visitors for this section of our real force comes from the lungs firemen lately dragged the sleeping inmates rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness, Improve Orange Box lends, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. II10uldlnlls: Shingles, etc.
Fancied security
Florida. It will not ber lung en If you lift a heavy trunk, you (Ire and death from near.death.It's that way when you digestion and !give perfect health. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices Bluff deliveredto Fla
of the State. Address: Hodges & O'IIarat ButTalo ,
tell. them. Only GOcts at K. K. Wilson any part
Instinct Try
northerners will b*> arriving by the< take a long breath. negl tot coughs and colds. Don't do it.
thousands., for on the 12th of January you that you get strength in the< Dr. King's Now Discovery for Consumption A Bon's drug store. -- --- --

the Southern Railway Company vitality thus absorbed. If you intend gives perfect protection against all it The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
throat, chest and lung troubles. Keep
; will commence running their to run a race, you draw ii near, and avoid suffering, death anti doc Indianola. -. .
' "Southern Palm Limited," througl your breath before you begin to tor's bills. A teaspoonful stops a late I

I', from New York to St. Augustine run, and the winning of the race I Is: cough, persistent use the most stubborn. Wm.: :: :.8._ Sours: : & 0 o.

These magnificent trains will be mainly question of breath. That Harmless and nice tasting, It's guaranteed ; Mrs. J. P. Knight has been ill for a
to satisfy bv: B. R. Wilson A Son. row dajs.
made up of handsome Pullman vestibule man can win a ten-wIle race whose Price uOcts and $t. Trial bottles free. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
sleeping and dining cars, and lungs can keep working evenly for John Reed returned, last week, from ,
his usual summer visit to his daughter, 1
tourists to the East Coast of Florid ten in lies. When your lungs stop A. FROST. WADE n. JONES. Mrs. Dr. Overly, of Columbus, Ohio. Flour Grits Meal andFertilizerSPautaMI
j will undoubtedly appreciate them. working your running stops, for G .. ,

the blood no longer gets in the lunge I FROST ,t JONES furniture John MacDonald for three new Is busy, nicely making plaateied the MOo 112 KaatlUy Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Ycu know there Is a great rush the force with which we work, and REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, rooms which he expects to rent this sea- and Plant System.
is It can no longer distribute that force : son. Agts. for fuun Feed- Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y.
about Christmas, everybody orS
the streets, the stores are crowded throughout the system. Why does, Loans and Collections. Services next Sunday, Nov. 23rd, at

and everything is busy, th your heart beat faster, your blood TITUSviLLE FLORIDA. the Baptist ,church. Preaching at 11a.
says when and 7tO: by Rev.' II U.
Jacksonville Metropolis. (}f courseyou flow more quickly, you strain are? Sturgis moo of West p.Palm m. Beach. P. Rulilmaxi & Co.
undergoing great physical _Executor's Notice.
are going to spend a lot of|
It is because the strain demands an The shipping of oranges from this
money Christmas ; you always do,,, of which place has commenced, J. K. Field ship 201 Washington St 1 t NEW YORK. -
extra supply power, goes To all whom it may concern tNOTICE
sometimes morn, perhaps, than you in the lungs, mid the heart I.H HEREBY fWVKV THAT SIX ping from his hammock grove; and Em. U3 Murray. btieet J N; Y.
ought to.spend. Now if you arc "" fronthedsteofthlenotice I will mit Field shipping tangerine opanges.
must work more quickly to absorb vrexent my ttnul noaounts to the HonorableA.
;, wise you will watch the advertising D. I'ennev.County Judge to anti for HrevanlOountT J. M. Field and wife drove up from
columns of this newspaper and pick and distribute that power more .State of Florlcln and l apply tor letter Georgian on Sunday:: spending the day -HEADQUARTERS FOR FANCY-
the blood. nf UlmnlmuiliM P xecuror of t.ie berate of Hann
quickly through Mr. and Mrs. J. 8-
with their
that offered for State of parents
the ,
up bargains are late of the County of Hrararc
the Christmas trade and ahead This is a very sketchy outline of Jeppeen florula,....c IM.II. Field, It being the first time In over six iF1orldcL c:>ra.n..ges
buy JOHN flORENBBN children have been
You must that all their at
and avoid the rush, and then along a'very important matter. Executor of Kntate of Hane JeppMn : .
about Christmas instead of having do your own thinking about it, and Jensen, Fla ,I>uv. 18, liwi. 1 a in 6-mo home together. a.n.c:1ra.perru.L"t.: : : :.

to go down into your own pocket above all you must do your own We represent several of the largest shippers In your /State, and wish to representyou
mental and
breathing. Real force,
you can walk around and see the from the lungs, also. Give us a trial shipment. Established! 30 :TesT .
other fellow spend his money. But physical comes The Pioneer Cooperage.LAGRANGE .
the stomach. We ruin
and not from
until Christmas the ad.
from now
stomachs -
ourselves by ,
through our
in this will be ESTABLISHED 1870.
I vertlalng newspaper Just the foolish idea that the stomachs manufacture all kinds and sizes of TANKS, cheaply and expedltlolJ ly. .
exceedingly columns.interesting. made to give us strength, whereas When In need'of a tank, write me for estimate, as I,can fill your order to perfection.

our it is only made to repair'waste, TOM JOHNSON, LaGrange, Fla.Tabar's M. Lane & Son
build new tissue and manufacturethe ,
JACKSONVILLE will be. a gay and blood the life-giving, and
I lively place all of next week, for on fluid. Trees
? Monday: the 2lth instant, Gala 250 WASHINGTON STREET: NEW YORK.'

Week will open and will continue
until Saturday. This promises to BLIND TIGERS" IN VOLUSIA.At Have enviable reputation for being well grown, thrifty and true to name- Southern Fruit and Produce
Important considerations to the planter. Among our thousands of satisfied
be one of the most successful events very
customers ia. the United States Government, for whom we are growing special
that has ever been. held in the me- i the Volusla County Circuit Court, hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive

tropolis of Florida. We hope to: it tills DeLand against,the several grand jury"blind presented tigers"true In Orchard and:Nursery experience Is at your service. Fruit tree., Shade trees, Roses COr.xl.r.xl.1ss1oC.: :: : : :: 25vdCoxcla.si2n.ts.: : : :

see Gala Week this year eclipse the CrimInal and Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue free.
returnable to County -
Court. In this work, says the TlmesJnion Florida. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR ,SPECIALTY.
what it could to help the good and Citizen correspondent the Glen Saint Mary, -
and the East Coast of awarding people are Indebted to the _
__ cause along,
Stencils Cards and
irm stand of Judge Jones, who Insisted our quotations on application.
Florida will be well represented in hat the law must be respected, and ad-

Jacksonville during Gala Week; ised the witnesses, who absolutely refused Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
.) and there will be thousands of other to testify, that he would certainly
settlers there also. When Jackson.villa's omrnlt them to Jail for contempt; that Mason M. Clark
he could not make them tell the truth, ,
merchant set out to RELIABLE
princes but that be would either make them an- IS ABSOLUTELY
do anything, and to give their wer the questions or they must suffer
guests a good time, they seldom the consequences. This manly stand by IN ALL WEATHER. Frail Merchant.
and Produce
fail in their elforts, and everyone Im Is appreciated by all. The boys: de- When get disgusted with Commission
Ided to tell what they knew, and true you
who returns speak in high terms of bills were found.Furnished.
the kindness shown them by the cheap engines try the SPECIALTIES :

residents of that prosperous let and House for Kent. BUFFALO.GEO. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.
go-ahead city. Now everybody

help to make Gala Week a success, R. WALLACE,
A seven-room house, five rooms com- Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
will be
and by eo doing they giving
lately furnished, for rent spring
West Palm Beach Florida.
a helping hand to the metropolis of Address 'W.33"Care ) YORK.
110 ITnrray Street and 160 West Street, MEW:
t Florida. ADVOCATE, TitusTllle.


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from Mrs Now Charles fork D on, Jefferson theauth who sailed Coss, of :New York city ha been :Miss Clara Otwell-, of Ear Gallia\ who 1VI.A-JB. JBR: <>S._
: ult.
OY4OY at "Snug Harbor" on arrived stopping at Mrs. Saunders for several has many friend here was the guest<< of

Thursday. days.W.. Mrs. J. H. Andrews, on Sunday last GROCERSFruit
uMrittnd Mrs. Henderson F. Wolfe
formerly of la away for a month"* va VT. II. Hirrls his wife
gave; a pleasant
place now of Palm Beach cation and Station
Inspected Agent LutTner has
their home and I taken his surprise a few days ago; by making hera
were guests here last place In the office here.
Sunday: present of a Simplex which i I. an Improvement and Produce Jobbers.Corner

Mrs. A. L. O. B. Lamar, jr., cashier of the First over tho 1'lanola in some re
Shuler and :Miss May Carey National Rank, of St.. Augustine wan spects.
of Ormond mother and sister of Mrs.\ C.: visiting In this place last Tuesday soliciting Kline O. Varn of
I Jefferson Fort Meade agent
b } who have not visited Kobe Hay and Julia Sts. .
Sound In two business for his bank for :Mapen Fertilizer> Co., of New York JACKSONVILLE FLA.
years are recent arrivals.
Mrs M. and G. K. Lamar, cashier of the St. Augustine
NGR Uobe Sound to the front again; Awakened of the A.Netherby.Curtis, the arrived popular Tuesday manager bank, were calling On our people WE CARRY A POLL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
from her ,
summer slumber and takIng evening, accompanied by her relatives on Tuesday.
on now life and color, as If to extenda I Mr.\ and Mrs Eugene Lytle. Mr. Ell Walker who has the contract PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.

: welcome greeting the arrivals of last : for placing the shell on the public road,
ARli4OWER week.T. I J. H. LoTourneau mado a business has about completed the unshelled 8eOll'otatoes. Sued: Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.g.tf"We .
Newton Banner who haw been absent -; trip was compelled to Fort Pierce to walt last Tuesday, and at Eden and will remove to Ankona in a solicit consignments of Fruit and Vf' etll"I('".
from his little two hours on ac few and
bungalow for over a count of broken days commence work there. j
a down ,
year, is lu our midst locomotive, on - --, .-- ..,-- - ,
onoo 0101'0.Ve
the return tiip. One of our vegetable / la
are to growers: << now
sorry his
Indisposition, anxiously awaiting/: the Introduction or Eau Gallie. "
which binds The
to his home. women in this place are all housecleaning -
discovery of Home amphibious seed and
Absolutely Pure 'I'. B. Allen will exclaim "Oh, Marlal"! the awl the men nearly ready for plants for his winter garden spot. The '
insane r '
\ERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE ialised when he on beholds Cocoanut how things Point.have The mater.little no rest for asylum.the soles of They their say feet.they have But very writer fond hopes of vegetables.Art ho will succeed. as she Is guests Ears Gallie Is tilling up with winter KIDNEY CURE "

there Is an end to all
things, and housecleaning -
cottage is completed, and our inhabitants does not come very often in Sneger Is now the- busiest man In Ruthven cottage ball just been treated There In no disease! no Insinuating y.. I
are anxiously waiting to welcome them.C. Florida. I 'own._ lie has several contracts for erect- to a couple of coats of paint. K.: Sulllor HO slow but sure! us kidney disease -

Palm Beach. B. Jefferson, manager; of his father'scompany Last Monday morning; before sunrise, ng; wind mills and plumbing. Thin week did the work. or so wlilo-spread. generally' I
est closes his winter's tour this Miss Jessie Miller started out for a constitutional ho will erect wind mills for C. 11. Clifford Oranges and grapefruit are fast puttingon toim! I art HO slight as to

week, In Brooklyn and will\ make a bee- :She had not !gone very far and Miss\ Gertrude England; : and also do a yellow tinge and shipments for tho I enoun| notlco.Tho .

Moses left for Jacksonville line for Florida. Mr. Jefferson has eight when she saw a sight; that made her the plumbing In their new residences. Christmas trade will soon be made. llrst 'Indications appear In .
Js. W. R. hundred the urine with varied elleetn.' The
grapefruit and trees here blood I t
cold-an }
,I'day morning, fora two weeks' visitst In the most flourishing condition.Mr. orange that disputed run her Immense rattlesnake The people of this district have awak- E. W. Stlckney halt hIs sloop Alice, In quantity rimy be Increased or decreased %
right; to be out BO early ened to find old 1 dream
recreation. nn come true- commission
and Miss once more. Mr. Stlckney's ; it Is likely to be highly colored .
and Mrs. T. A. Snider will be Jessie's first was to scream, the dream of good roads for'they are
L at Impulse popularity will now be greater than ever. and scalding; It nifty be pole
Miss Nell
Clow; and her daughter, grab her skirts but she
home no fast
again when the Pink to ; becoming reality At Its last mooting
Paper thin thick and with
or IIIWIUlI1ent.
Jlant week, for Havana and other I press. They left Cincinnati, Tuesday thought, "I must kill It, or it may bite held on the 15th Inst., the Good Capt. Symmonds has his sloop, Nip or. later milky
its lu Cuba, Mrs. Clow's son Is one Their palatial home looms a of somebody and then I never could forgive Roads Association decided to immediately and Tuck, In commission again. This on more pro-
up thing will be
I ivana's prominent business men. beauty. The interior la still unfinished myself." The only thing she could find circulate the requisite petition to secure =" vessel han already made a trip to the such uouucedeyntptoiue! present etc., ; r
an bloating
dl/.ziiiPHH. ,
La Anthony has left for her annual but work Is progressing rapidly towards to give battle with was a piece of scant the levy of another special road tax beach with jolly party on board. with marked bladder said! urinary ,

j to Daytona and while there will be completion. ling and although It was heavy and full
I guest of Miss Evelyn Clark. The of splinters abe grabbed it and pursued to the wisdom, of this step we can street, Is now being altered, renovate want mutter i* Pf>llmt..d \
ladles will visit Jacksonville dur "Jefferson and Allen" purchased Moss his snake hlp into the pineapples and otter no stronger argument; than a drive and enlarged, making (It one of the most by the Mood from all parts of the eys- ""
Kg I Island this summer way up in the north beat him to dellt.110\ measured five over the roads of thin district. The Im- handsome homes tern and ourrlatl to the t IIldn..y., where
gala Week. on Houston street. It I I" and cunt nut the
nnpiirattd through
woods at; Meddybemps Maine where feet length and inches
eight In oiroumfornnco. rovementintheir condition during the urine. The kidneys Uuiil with tb* Moot
L Rt, Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, bishop they, with their wives were in camp.A How is that for a snake We last year would be found most convinc II. U. Hodgson's,;; 'now residence on only, clttrkvtiiif nourttlinirnt tI."...-
diocese\ was a welcome visitor to portion of each year will be spent thereIn are very: proud of our fourteen-year-old ing. Not all St our road are abelled, Houston street will soon be ready for fro'ii. Inline., If the bloat I* bad, the

|ii Beach and West Palm Beach last the future, for the excellent fishing lIerol net but certainly enough to give us our occupancy. The style is very pretty-a underfed. "low not only necessary overworked lit It, lln bu.>r .
The reverend bishop is an old- and big game. -- -- money' worth, and still the good work I combination of Colonial and old<< Knglish. Tom, tint the lurItY"II.1 "vitality of the
friend of Rev. Mr. Vaux of Holy Foley's Honey and Tar always stops blood should be maintain eel It I"I'"'In I,
j Dr. goes on. When the special tax was levr : Archdeacon 11. F. Brown
Purdy informs the writer that his the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse of Tltusvllle\ why the great blood pnrtfler and
hity mission, of West Palm Beach. wife (Fannie Rice) will join him In a substitutes. Sold by Wilson & Son. led' last year It was hoped that the fund was' the guest/: of :Mrs. S. E. Barbour of atruiixlliuilurDr.. Jlnrtfr '" I rOil Tnnlo-

Jio theatre In the new Gruber build- couple of "weeks and make a prolonged resulting would amount to at least $ I.- Walden cottage on Sunday last. The has kldnoydlsessea bHon mirflennfully and l In preventing..me.used In| trfnttTiR

was opened for the first time Tnes1 stay. It Is to be hoped that no business 000, but as the district had Just been Archdeacon left for Fort Pierce the same In piirlfytnif. bloat the kidneys are y:

1 evening, with a dance, for the bene- engagement changes the program for White City.Miss formed there was no data upon which to afternoon. ..r...lly rnltaveil, while, .t tlximinmtlmo.,
base new Ktrnnicth end vltnllty are giventliexn
tf r the Lake Worth Band, under the she will prove a happy acquisition to our an estimate; consequently one could The steamer Spartan Cole A Booth organs The following letter toll
Schmidt. The genial little colony. only guess at the amount to be realized overbauleilmachinery a out
Kigement of Conrad owners, Is out again with very story ,
(l richly deserved the crowded house. It's pretty safe to that If Mr. Lena Orrel called on Mrs. Davis, and it has turned out that the !guess of and a newly-painted hull. Para KNOT, Kr.. Jane J5, loos. '
wager i,000 was too high! as only about tI.L'iClO: ( ,
fhe citizens of West Palm Beach ap Augustus Pltou could have a glimpse of Sunday afternoon. was collected. This money Is being spent The vessel now in first-class order for The Dr. Hli Iff MtiUeint 0>>., Dayton, 0. ,
-late the deserved recognition and the magnificent grapefruit on his place Frank Skill and Ira Lament were up In straightening and grading the roads passengers and freight. UKNTLRMEHI' I had a severe care of

Iplimont of the Indian River Band 01tsvllle the fine groves rich in health color antipromise from Jensen Sunday and laying shell, and those who have Capt. .(, II. Andrews of Tlbbals arrived typhoid' fever els :years, ago, which. left ,

In selecting Prof. A. I.aufman he would be more elated than Miss Fanny Chilstenbeiry was the taken the trouble to Investigate have in Eau Uallle on Monday last. The my klilnay In bad, order. 1 have tried i
| Mr. Lemon to Join their organization over the great success of "Old Limerick guest of Mrs. Orrell on Sunday.Messrs. found that the people's money is being Captain "'llIl'etul'n with his sloop Dixie. a number of remedies and taken treatment {
Town of which he is the author.W. The vessel from doctor, but Dr. Ilarter'i Iron
has been
accompany the band to the State economically and wisely expended. just overhauled andpalnte.t
and attended
Poppell Ton la has doue me more good than
It was a worthy tribute. --- for the coming/ winter emitting. '
church in Fort Pierce
on Sunday everything: .. .. U. CORDKI.I.,
Irs. J. U. Lockwood, of the Holland A. Ilerren, of Finch Ark., writes: The Club will There I I.* no cough medicine so popular A party of seven of Kau Galllo's win Murobant and Mine Operator.
tse "I wish to that give a box party and as Foley's Honey and Tar. It contain ter ..
entertained the Guild of Holy report Foley's Kidney dance guests are expected her thin weak.
Ity Mission on Thursday afternooq, Cure has cured a terrible case of kidney Thanksgiving,evening, Nov. 27th. no opiates or poisons and never fails to Among the party expected! are Mr and There are thoiiHanda of Just such It ,

the Ladles' Aid Society of the Con- and bladder tiouble that two doctors had Vegetables are growing very fast now, cure. Sold by B. R. Wilson A Son. Mrs. Colby, Mrs. Canileld and Mr. and cases nit tlio above that are treated

rational church fn the evening. The given np. Sold by Wilson & Son. and the prospect for good crops Is flut Mrs. Perry, all from the state of Michi without results treated.! because they are
wrongly. Air. Cordell'scondition
regret/( Is that the Holland Is not ase tering. gan. /
resulted from exhaustIng
Viking. an -
as the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. Lock- Ira Lamont Is again working In Jensen Mrs S. E. Barbour.. of this plane. linn fever the well
Stuart. ; aa aa
,e.\ having enjoyed his vacation of three kindly donated to 8t-JoIJ-nll: Ep ;Coai; the rest of the cyMtt'in, had been

song the annual winter visitors who weeks with his parents. Mr. und Mrs. Ole (rIel.eth. of Oslo ohurch the linen for an organ cover. It wasted by dll4.'I&.>4o. No wonder Dr.

0 homes on the Lake shore and have W. E. Rea returned home on Monday, Mrs. Poppell, Miss Harris and Mr. were pleasant callers. In town the other was much needed and the church poo- llarter'slroaTonic promptlycnred! ,
rued for this season are Mr.and Mrs. day. pie are very grateful to Mrs. Barbour for because It purified and enriched the
from a business trip to Miami.. Frlpp were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. the handsome
lerlck Robert, whose home Is on the Dutton on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Caldwell busy hauling: lumber present.Mr blood, and such blood carried new
t side, and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Worth- Mr. Legg, representing the Columbia from St. Lucle for Mr. Wright's new and Mrs. A, R. Hodgson entertain- strength and vitality directly to the
ion on the West side; at the PalmsMr. Drug Co., was here Wednesday. It Is reported that our baseball nine house. ed a few friends on Saturday last, Mr. kidneys and to all the organ.
and Mrs. W. T. Maulden of 1>U- will have a game with the Jensen nine, and
Mrs. E. W. and
The East Coast Fish Company are do- this Mr. and Mrs. Ankeney Mr. 'Edwards Stlckney Mr. and FOR 8AIB BVBRrWHBSB.
at place Thanksgiving afternoon. ,
who have visited here lot I
Montana Mrs. James
business at this Mackey being the
Ing a good point now. and Mr. Dan' McCarty were In town, among
'>e many years, and are welcome back. The entertainment given by our guests; present. Cards were the feature
young Saturday looking after their
of property. .
Mr. Merritt School :Superintendent
t the Ladies' Club Room, over theo people last Friday night was well attended of thin most enjoyable evening .
Dade the here
Reading Room on Friday evening county, spent day Monday. considering it rained all day, and the Messrs. A. Kilcksen J. htraude and Georgiana.

:ilst! refreshments will be served and Oeo. Tarks, Rjbt. Ledbetter and Chas. ground was wet, in fact, In many places I'eter Nelson were home, last week HE COULD: HARDLY GET UP.-1H. '

venlngof: social pleasure Interspersed Mcl'herMon went out on a hunting trip, water was standing on the streetH. The shipping nice pines and working In their Duffy of Ashley, 111., writes, "This ,

music, !generously donated by theo Wednesday.F. program was well rendered, and great pine,'ies. In to certify that I have taken two bottles Guy Simmons returned Thursday, of :

Worth Band. Proceeds are to bed C. of Talatka was here credit IH due our school teacher, Miss The MUses\ Agnes Holseth Jc. Martin, of Foley's Kidney Cure and ''it has hut week, from a two months' outing atAshevllle
,1 for purchasing books for the Free C'ochrane's, book Harris, for the Interest she has manifested Grace Caldwell and Mesdamea Nelson helped me more than any other medicine. N. C. He enjoyed the change
tiling Room. The tables will be In Tuesday,Palatka.representing In the preparation of the same. and Caldwell and Master Carl Heineli! I tried many advertised remedies, but very much,

rIte of the Le Fees deAlguille, the store at Another prospective resident has ar took a pleasure ride to Fort Fierce and none of them gave me any relief. My Mina Mamie Holmes left Wednesday ,

mg ladles' club. Chas. McPherson and Homer Witham rived. MrH. P.LMCO, of Albany, N. Y., did some shopping on Saturday. There druggist recommended Foley'n Kidney morning for her home, nt 11I11'p ll, )<'11\.,
have begun operations on the tomato reached White City Wednesday :Nov. Is a good opening at Viking fora general Cure and It huts cured me. Refute commencing after her plennnt outlrsi at the beach
fr. henry H. Flagler; has again show- farms. up the river.J. 12th and will proceed to make this. her merchandise store. Itll' use I was In such a 'shape and visit with Mlns Myrtle Uurchflel and
his kindness and Interest for the pub-
Hood! !, by presenting to the publicuol C. Hancock has a lot of building future home. Mrs.\ Pasco bought land Mr. Elias Ilelseth brought the pastor, down.that I could Hold by hardly U. U.got Wilson up when A Bon once Mr. A. I.. Uniner. ;

large/( American flag and expressthe material on his lot. Building operationswill here some time ago:; and has a part of It :Mr. Lane, of Sebastian down on Sunday Mrs. Hughes and niece, Miss Itnrchllel,
wish that the flag should be raised soon commence. cleared Mr. Austin has charge, of it and He gave quite interesting discourse to and Miss Holmes returned, Tuesday
I lowered daily and that once a year The ladies met Tuesday 'and decided\ will have a nice residence erected as soon a well filled house. This was the first Rockledge. from their' two week outing at Oceanu
as pOHHlble. Mrs. Pasco has property In service In the new school houe. Mr.
least, the Declaration of Independance llench. They report having a very goodtime. ,
to have a Christmas tree In the Methodist )
mid be lead to the school: and along church for the people. Defray, whore she baa spent several win Lane will be with u. again on the third B Tho weather wu perfect and

,i same line Mr. J. Ingrabam sug young ters, planting orange: trees each year, Sunday In December A fine rain fell .Tuesday evening bathing delightful( as the water U quit
ted that three be the care John Mlchales and Curd Schroeder only to have them frozen down This, warm yet.
boys given Viking Is a fine place all It needs at
the flag[:, and that at the raising and left Tuesday evening, for a hunting tripon however, Is not the case here a* there present I IR a good station The R. K. at Several Cocoa on Rocklodgel tOil attended the ball The Misses' Hond and I their charming
are tree now growing that were not Injured Tuesday evening.
Bering the should be blown as a the upper waters of the St. Lucle.
bugle company Is losing not having little nieces arrived' on Thursday. of last
I itary salute. We congratulate Mr. Thomas Brttt the bridge tender here, by the 01-5 freeze. a station here and the land will be given Mrs. S. II. Peck !Is busy renovating the week. They are stopping In Mr*. Tay-

(.Tallinn upon his happy thought, anda is spending a few days with his friend, for one. Prof. Macy has shown how Plaxa. A big season Is expected lor's cottage until A. I,. Uruner does

commendable object lesson to the Reuben Carlton, out In the tomato sec- Foley's Honey and Tar for conghn and much he thinks of the place by coming A. L. Marsh Is expected on the 20th Home extra work on their new house
nlng generation. tion. colds; reliable, tried and tested safe and twice In a month and by walking dowu to put in readiness Hotel Indian River.Oringes They are nice people and everybody U

1. <,. Venable left last Friday, for sure. Sold by U. R. Wilson A: Son from Oslo and up 'from St. Luole. If we glad to have them back ngtiln.
The throe man ted auxiliary schooner had station here the ladle would take Are beginning to show theirhi
lisville, Ky., to enter the Theological; Mr. and Mr*. A. It. Carter received the
Emily U, cleared from this port Tuesday pleasure In going to Fort Tierce every In lit golden color among tho green
nin.iry.' Mr. Venable was one of the morning, bound for JacksonvilleShe Fort Pierce. week to do their hopping fohiigu.Mr\ and news of the dmth of their son,
st popular young men In town. He : w.isln charge of Capt. U. D lien- Nathan, at the home of bits grandfather
< very beautifully entertained the drlckson her owner. Horace R. Sharon took a Cart Caiter, In l adwood, S. I)., on
"Ing before his departure by Miss Sheriff Jon. 1'. Brown was In town on South Rockledge. tip| to Jacksonville last week, returning/ Nov. II, ItMU, of pneumonia fever.

Her, at her parents' home on Everlna Wednesday. on ThuiMday. Nathan was about It yealll i of ape, and

"nor, about fifteen of ber most Intimate AnkonaEldred.Mr. Harry' Jennings, of Tlbbals, was a visitor A. 11.] ll.ililnln now meet the south- went home with his grandfather two or

" nd* khowing her hospitality, and toy I to town on Tuesday A. D. Baldwin II I giving his residence hound ir.rlii trJ convey paititeiigoiN from three years< ago, hot, log that a change of

their tribute of friendship to the I Geo. :M. Robbins. attorney, of Tltim- a fresh coat of paint. the J'inctliMi.' climate would benefit him, All he had al-
,eat of honor Mr. Venable. Delicious I IFllday. way. heeii. it .lIo'lIe child TM I la the
Pierce last In I
Fort vllle
Tancre was 'In was town on Tuesday.
Miss I Kits
icHlitnents were served, and "par exfence" Rev. H. Kelgwln _wa visiting\ hi. Eyer wa down Inspecting first dust In the fnnilly\ of seven bright
i was the general thought in re Roylance A: Klopp have just completeda friends hero on Saturday. her Minn, Wtniiiuxil.iy, pivpnrluil to get interesting children. hits family bas

K'l to decorations menu and entertaln- Mr. Abdlll.Is again!: quite well, and I I. fine livery stable for John C. Michael.Mesars. J. E. Cottier" has moved Into the net). It In shape fur the winter season. the sincere sympathy of nil In ibis their

Many were the kind wishes ex- able to be around again. W. J. Ban A Co. made their Smith house for the winter.J. Mr*. M. Gould and II. H. T.afford, of first great 1"1 row. Miiy' a merciful

' for "Mr. Joe" and God-speed. Mrs. Hoke of Jensen, has been visitIng flat shipment of fish oa Tuesday. Success Cows, were among the woishlpers at Heavenly Father comfort thrill an no e'
fot' ] gentleman left hosts of friends Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy. to the new firm. J, Dymock wife and daughter were at Rockledge chapel on hut Sunday earthly friend can. l
this delightful coterie.PiIYSICIANPRESCRIBE. calling on Mr, and Mr Salmon, Sunday morning.Mrs. I
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson, of Eden, We want to remind the people of Fort
i Mr. and Mm. A. L. Averlll are e<> C. H. Schuyler visited' with her Indianola.The
that the ADVOCATK still does all
IT.-Many were visiting on the ridge Tuesday. kinds Pierce of Job Printing. pected to arrive at their beautiful home husband's eider' Mr'*. J. E )Settler, last j

'''ied minded physicians prescribe Fo- W. C. Rawllnson and wife and Miss. next week.Mrsi. week returning to her home at Jensen

's Honey and Tar aa they have never Rawlinson were guest of the Fort Pierce The Rev. Mr. St urges*, of West Palm James L. Wilson and daughter, I on Friday. cool nlghU are coloring up the I

'and go sate and reliable a remedy for hotel, last Tuesday. Beach, held service, morning and evening Alllenne were calling on Mr.. J. E. Bet- J. K. Bettler and wife are now occupy oranges nicely,

oat and lung trouble as this great Mrs. Ankeney pent last Saturday In to large( audience tier, on Sunday eveulng. ing the Warner hone, which him undergone L. H. Sanders and Joe Field have com- \

'nicine. Sold by B. R. Wilson & !Son:: St. Lucie looking after her winter garden, J. W. Hodge and family, left, Monday, Mr.. Bcbujlir of Malabar has completed a thorough renovation for their re- menced to ship tangerine.

which Is progressing finely. for California Intending to make that his work for Edmund Day, and ception. They are very cosy. Arthur Buck wife and son, recently

Lotus. Mrs. Fransen and daughter Miss Fran- tate their future home. has returned to hi. borne. And still the applications for furnished came up from Fort Pierce, on a visit to s

sen, Mrs. Shottle'r and Miss Shottler The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. R. Owing to poor health Mr. C. V. cottages come In. I think If Rockledge Mr*. Buck's parents. '
the ridge this week. D. Holme died Tuesday morning. The Ruthven had given the lease MlMLouise bad fifty medium sized cottage that )
were visiting on up on of them would be 'V. R. Sander 3. S. Field and .Mr. and
f hicks' are here the thousands. parents have our heartfelt sympathies In Powe' and abe will every one taken. I
by Buell. gentleman of Arcadia, has. M. cottage, I Mrs.' A. IiHump uy. bave returned from
r. O. Ronald is off hunt this Mr. with the homes along their great sorrow. not be here this winter. The New Rochledge hqfel help arrived LaGrange, where they had been attending
on a big been so impressed
IJk. the river here that be has made up his The Kev. Mr. Gale held Congregationalservices Joe Paxton I I. putting up a 20x40 addition this week, and thing are being pushed the session of the Indian lUver liaptl -
In the Methodist church Sunday toward the opening of the hotel early In t Association.
place of his own, and will to his packing house lie will
Monday and Tuesday felt like July mind to buy a
number of visitor December They .
morning. Quite a expect a lively.ea.on.Rev
atber. make his home here. : need It, a* he ha a large and fine crop Abel I(lid re tb and Mr. and ahl William

''j-jlte- a number from this burg were to inch a bad night very few from Eden were present. lof orange and grapefruit.Mr. A. Kelgwln Florida *ynodicalmUnlonary Auld, of Columbus, O., have recently ,
Owing Archdeacon B. F. Brown of Tltuvllle *- tilled the pulpit Rockledge I arrived. Mr. and Auld
pore in Crantley, last Sunday. from here were able to attend the enter- N. M. Flub, the road comrnlniilon are settled \
Miss tainment given at White City last Friday held services in St. Andrew. church er, I I. at work with a number of men and on Sunday morning. A very good congregation In J. M. Kleld's. cottage for the winter 1 1I
Willie King spent A pleasant eve- It wa a splendid on Sunday evening. Quite a number of team getting out rock In Malor fa.IC1"nder' : attentively listened to his excellent I and no far are delighted with our ;'1
''K/ with Mr,. evening. an.cc88l. l listen! to Love.A !
Walker to
on Monday. our resident were prevent avery sermon on little village.
raised forth Christmas and he will make
and a neat um was Ho will hold grove, *aj* usa
I. !Rood many beans are going forwards tree. Interesting sermon. good rock road down to A. L. Avorlll'..
week, although the market Is poor. service again :Monday next at 7:30 p.m. POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY. At the approach of and during winter

N.Pattenoa, night policeman of Nashua the system need some help because It ;
In Thirteen.By
steamer Luck !
Canaveral 'Is making regular Startling, nut True. ANXIOUS :&IOHEYTS.-Some of the la., write.: "Last winter 1 had a bad will be heavily taxed. Dr. I tarter' Iron 1

pa coa.Mrs.on. the route from Eau Gallie to "If knew what a grand medicine most anxious hour of a mother' life are sending 13 mIle., Wm. Splrey, of cold on my 'longs and tried at least a half Tonlo not only drive out disease but It

Dr.everyone King'.New Life Pills l.," writes those when the little one of the household Walton Furnace Vt.. IOt. box of Buck., dozen advertised cough medicines and given the needed' strength and vigor to t

[ R. Osteen and son, M. O. Osteen, D. H. Tamer Dempsey town. Pa., .;YOI1'
t'expected this week on a visit to S. A. sell all have, in da,. Two week. medicine so effective In thl. terrible malady horrible fever ore on his leg. Nothing out getting any benefit. A friend recommended cold*-little or big, with LaQrlppe, or ,
teen and family. has you made a new man of me." Infallible a* Foley' Honey and Tar. It I* a elite C nld. Positively core brulne, nicer Foley's Honey and Tar,.and with Pneumonia you take Dr. Ilarter's
Memliime[ : Blsbee use constipation stomach and liver household favorite for throat and lung *, felon,eruption*, bolU burn.,corn two-thirds of a bottle cured me. 1 considered Iron Tonic and ne reasonable care and
"Her, and Messrs., Green Osteen and trouble for 23o: at B. R. Wilson: Son' trouble, and a* It contain no opiate It and piles. Only 2. c. Guaranteed by B. It the greatest cough and lung common ene. Get the genuine with a .
r.. Provost and Tanner can be safely given R. WIUoo Won, drugglt medicine la the world." Wilson A Son. black wrapper.
Passengers, Saturday, up the river. drug .tore. i t

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Free and to"You me: gentlemen bare been! the Instruments THB EAST COAST OP IIOXIBAis

Accented Masons tluougbvhain we bare been PARADISE RICAJNIO." -

saved from further suffering! and to I 1 M ..-. ...
---:. you uud .jou alone, I will confide the ,"

secret of where we were on the night :
Indian No. 00Tituaville of the murder. We were then ten RAilWAY

River years younger than now and more imprudent -

Lodge. Florida. married. I We went went out to to a find(betel a' mInis-to be w & LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, 190'

ter and had poor success When I returned RC
HolilH Its meeting the noond and fourth Friday 'Q F F MUTHBOUNO-HIA0 DOWN. NOBTMOUND_|It81 t w
Edna to defer .
persuaded me
of each month a* their room, Indian River
Hotel Tltiu '1110, at 7:30 n'clork p. in. the matter I took tier home and left if
J. R. WalkerVonHiipMI Aliuitar. ttl .... .. N*. SDally N.. 71 NO atCalif
her at the lowest step of the door of
.r. L. Carrutliern Senior
Warden Ta. h, ?. D.I"y Dallfu] !!' T.It, Sauilur. Jnnlor Warden. her house.
J. M, Dixon, Trsaxnrer. -f--fI _
f. "When I was arrested for the murder .............Jaokaoartlla.
A. Morgan, Secretary. G 14" I V 7
....... P < Cep 110
Ii. F. Brawn. haplal n. it at once'occurred to me that to ........ I H It 10 SS a LT...*.......South J.ok.onvllfo.,1. ........ .Tt. sa.. e 49 a a.......
J. II. Si'revan, Senior Deaocml: alibi I should have' ........ P i :lit a ...............> Au 'uMln................ a. P 'to a...*
to if
R. E. :Minis jr.. Junior Doitoon.. prove an ac- ........ .5 p 1 01 p ......>....... ( .. 100 a.......
$. (>. Vanland.nglmiu, Senior Steward. knowledge that Edna und I bad beento ...._.. i 00 p 1 3S Ii ......>...*.....: :**t Paldtks....::.:.:....: t p 100 a.......
F. M Taylor Ju n Inr Steward. hotel No would .. .. IS P IEtP .. .......... .......N.o" ....,............ 1, p 81 I' ....
P.W. Roberta, Tyler. a together. one ....... 0 Ia Of p ..........:...... Bu. *Us. ..*............. 4 04 p ecji .""-
have believed that we bad gone there ........ I .t pUp ... .................. DI1I.0........... .......... .. 31Tp fa a .......
------'--- ----------- -------__--- for Innocent Edna's good ........ I' p CO P ..................Ormonde****......... ..> .. a 01 p 6 II t "w
an purpose. .. ..... I $0" up ...................Pyta.............. .. 6 21 a ;".
name would have been ruined. She ....a II p 01 p ................ Orang.'a. I'If. 1 11 a a' "",
to confess to whereabouts P to ............... N.! i"................ .. I 4 4 (5
begged our -
1105.f.! : ..................OakHi'd.................. .....a.. I
but I resolutely declined." .00. ........ 141p .. a.,........*.._..2.1Iu.11.*................. .. tt P........ 1WHTFTfT I l I
"He preferred'' Imprisonment" said _...... ........ a III P ................ C..<>. ................. It ......... .
DELIVERANCE ........ ....... .01. .................ii..I.c1*................ 10 :.. ... ......
his wife. The gratitude the reverence ........ ........ .0" ... ........ B.tt OalH ................ .. .I........ ........
expressed ID 'her was worth the ........ ....... 111 ..:.*..:*.....*.*MI fcWim.... .... p ..
eyes ....... ....... 111. : ................*0'DAalClftBa)9..*....:..... Il 08. :::::::::::
[Original nucrlflce. ETJJAN A. LINCOLN.The : ........ ........ p ................. ... LuU ................. l 8CI... ; :,
Tn 189- :: became Interested In readIng Tri-\Xeekly Sailings.. ........ ........ 108 p :.7.. PUrva. ................ t. a .::::::: .:;;:
........ ......... p ................ WblU CltTlbbalU/................ 1' so s ...... .
newspaper report of the Edmin- Bert Prescription for Malaria _...... ........ 41 p to .................. ........... t0 n. ... ..." ....
ton-Blake murder case. Alan Edmln- JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling ........ ......... p." ....................:&4..... ..............:: 10 le .... ... "."
Chills and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's BETWEEN ..._... ........ .n ...................J.n.eq.:....... ....... 10 II. .. ; "-
ton and Edna Blake were lovers. Mr. Tasteless Chill Tonic. It is simply Iron ........ ....... 00 II : ............... .eu.rl..........:........ ". 1114 a :..::::: ::::..
tilakc Edna's father opposed the mar and at S. C. both ........ .. 10 P .................ji. .o..d................ ....... .. ...
quinine in a tasteless form. No Charleston ways) ........ .::..:: U.. ............. We., J..plter............... .. 81 a .....
riage. One night be was murdered In Cure, No Cure. Price OOcts. ........ ,...... 11 p :: ....*... Palm B.*ah............. .a .11II. ::::::: : ::..
the vestibule of his residence. Ills The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe ........ ........ tt p ..................loyn&oD.................. .a 183!; a......... : :"
....... ....... "p .......... ...J'*. **..der4.1.I ..*........... 'a 7 M a ...... '.
daughter was out and returned a few ....... ....... 0 .U p to ...............MfrBnoM City....*........... aa .61.. ..
minutes after the murder must have Ration For Layfnir: Pallet.. New ,....... ....... 0:10": *r........... ,. .... ..tall1l..L. 610. :::::::: : :::
Clyde England and Southern Lines.Direct .
Mr. TwinIng's ration for his
been committed. Neither silo nor Kdmlnton laying ___ __ PARLOR flARJI__ OM 'TRAINS _M _awn._._ .flBBAKOH _
+ could account for wbere they pullets Is certainly different from that service

1' bad been during the evening. A sin. recommended by many of the writers. .' Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. : LINKS: BCHHDtTLES. -

gular feature was that they did not lIe feeds all dry grain-In the morn- -

try to establish nil alibi. They simply Ing whole wheat thrown I in the straw (Calling at Charleston, S. C.," both ways) *. II f Mo. 83Ne.4'I N.. 47Daiiy. I PA.ZULTKA.JBB.ANOH. N..I N*. 4.1 I N.. BO I "
let the matter go by defuu.lt. There litter In the scratching pens and In the BKMI-WEKKLY SAILI OBI TUTN>a1.1,. Dally I Dally : Dall | : a1l.I.t, Dallj."M,,.

afternoon about 3:30: o'clock whole Southbound......................... ... Lewis Wharf Jio,ton lit p11e6a .U) a 'I.T tart r 6 Do IS a
IfJ was no circumstantial evldeuceagaIiIMt Northbound...... ...i... foot of Catherine Street JaukBonville 1ft : P IM M p a Ar E. Palatka Lr 6 00 a I. M a IIUggIUairI I 8 g
Miss Blake and the only ('IJ'f''m tan. corn warmed until some of It begins to -
scorch and is scorched twice a weeka ... 87 Ie. 48 4sl.
tlal evidence BllwlJ.V.I ; BAM : !
was J>all lNa. Dt1"I
Daily .
+ Mr. Blake'a opposition to his war feed of cut fresh bone and_three times Clyde St. Johns River Line. J

a week a feed of boiled potatoes, : 15 p I 10!! a Ly..X... FalatkaAr ......................... 0 5., '1'1
rlage to Edna:: taken In connection warm -0. (Denary Line.) 110_p Jt 80 a ... ......... ....:....... .San M.t.eo..L. 6116 a I6,
with Edmlnton's Inability to account but not mushed or mixed with meal-. AND rlt.
for his whereabouts at the time of the just warm boiled potatoes. Stopping at Palatka.Aitor, St. Francis, Bereaford(DeLand), Blue Spring and intermediate laudlnra und'j is Only.D..I;J. No. ,,11 I >MA.YPOHT! :BRANCH.TT I V.II.I'No. 19 T8('No..J 70i I gall t .
murder. Ed in In ton was convicted, but That is rather an odd ration and yet ( on the St.Johu'ft Kivvr. .Only.: KT flunTETa On I |
O 10 06 top ........... ". .n..lllo .............ArT ""
he was getting a 40 to CO per cent STEAMER "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE! p .. 45 a' tJ !;,
owing to the weakness of the testimony egg
,108 p 10 18 a !I OS p 843: a ..........80. Jacksonville......L.TBkAJOTOBD T IT a 1] p
against him was let off with twenty yield in February when nearly every 13 APPOINTED TO BAIL AS FOLLOWS i Mp 10 4B a I 139 P m 14 a ...........Pablo. B .<-h...... .. / T 05 a 11 BO.I/N I ,,
Leave Foot Catherine 1/6 p 1011010 14.I p .10 a ........Atl.ntlo Braoli....... .. T (M a 11
years' Impl'I ul11lJent. body was getting no eggs at all. While Street, Jacksonville 3:30: p. m. Simdoyi, Tuenda;* and TSurclay ; !:,
of Leave Sanford ICJUa. tu. Monday. We n adoYII and Ifrtday. IOOuU06a 7 00 p .11I10 Ar .......... ... Mayport ...,.Lr 0 4R a II ,
One morning about ton years later talking the poor laying experiences vnTI INO. :l N. I

ray friend Cat! Strelltz clime Into my he told us of two farms there in townon Bouthbouncl.down. SCIIEDULE. Northbound.Read Ked up >Ex.al7: :BB. ..NOK.D..II Ez.: y .1/II? OBA.N'GJIJ OITT BRANCH.: t

office evidently wltb something of Importance one of which there were 200 Barred Leave 330 p. m., .... ...JACKSONVILLE ............. ... ... ......Arrive :.t.I(K> a m Sun. Sun 1 non ,..
11t on his mind. When we were Rock pullets which hud been laying anaverage 8.4p./ nt.FALATKi.,.,.Leave 8.0O p.... ,''Ota ITI ".........Tltu..III..Ar 1 p TT5T1 ..........New
of dozen week u :8.00 .. in., .. .. AsroK .. .. .;.........,.. .. a-jo p.m t 18 a *................Mlmt............LT 1'!11 II itip ...........Lake 8elen..I.I'myrna.Ar!,:! Ji
alone he closed the door. Then taking eggs a *.dOa. Ill......... ..ST..FRANCIS..... ... ..... .. ...... 1.IIIIo"m Cis Lv.............Onto n............LT.Entepitie 1161 a I'a9. LT..Ora.>,r.O.ty........L.III')11,
a paper from his vest pocket beheld for two months or more while on the .... ...... ,... .. .....BERESFOItDD.LAND) .... ... WJH u'n S66a t w V ...Lr It Bitll'MH itS]> Ar......Orange City JuaoL.L |I '
It In other were 100 fine Burred Rock pullets -' 600a.m...............BLUK: HPRINUS.. ,.. llHOam e BO.IAr.:.:.:::::..,Banford ::::::: :Lv v 011TIl.
his while
bund he said to
Arriveli.au a. lu.....BANFuRO... W.JO aaa
one: that hadn't laid an egg, and. said ...TIlDe Table show .h. tln l "at' whl:A train may t>* exp.otto arrlr and dope

; '1 "I have.just come In from yachting he: "The 100 on the lust farm are the Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.A. I nor from doe'h.lha.T..aI Company tations laoid but Itaelf thnlr respoQilble arrival o.-forany d..pa"ure" delay at or the any time. oou. stated..
e and wish to consult about n matter better looking lot of pullets thrifty grem. '
you .C. HAGKIITY Kast'n Pans. Agt.. F.M.IRONMONGER: ,.ra., Aa"t. Oen.Pa... Agt.
q' of Importance that han fallen Into looking combs red eyes bright active 19 State St.,New York 204 West nay Jacksonville" Fla. Peninsular and Occidental Connections
Steamship at
\ my hands.! We were cruising oft New. and cheery. To nee them you would THO8. D. HALEY Local Freight Agent, r I C. P.LOVKI.L, Aunt. Supt.. MiamI.
font Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla. | Foot Fla.
; Hogiiu St Jacknonville
r :port. I was sitting on deck smoking Bay they were all laying, and.yet not JOHN. L.. 110W AIW1SUperlnteDdene. Foot Hogan JackgonTllle,Fla. BBTWTHEW! MIAMA, KXT WEST AND' ETJLVAITA.
when I !saw! a bottle In the water: I an egg" THEO. O. KQKlt, WM. f CLHK! CO. General Agents.
l shed It'out and. drawing the cork It would be interesting if some one ChosebrougU Building State St.. Opposite Battery Park NewlYurk. For Information relative to sailing dates of Peninsular &: Occidental Steamship::

'took out this paper... lIe handed it tome I could tell the "why" of thls.-A. F. C. II. WALTOX. Agent, TitusvilleFla. Company apply to any agent.J. .

t and 1 read: Hunter In Reliable Poultry Journal.One -
Ship AlbalroBK, D. I'.AHNER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FI.A

Off Cast Const AUK of Africa.5. 1891W The Mandarin of duck the Bantle Is one of.tbe most SE. ..:B<> B.J: :> For copy of Local Time Card address any agent.;

are lost. Whoever finds till go to
No. -, street New Yolk and In beautiful birds among water fowls It "
outhweit corner room on fifth story Is sometimes called tile "fan winged" AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

take up plunk In niliMIe of floor. Youwill duck from the peculiar shape of a portion '
find .
Important papiraKALFH HARDING. of Its wings, which rises over the
"'1 don't like being mixed up In such buck In the ehnpoof n lady's fnn. The RAILWAY.EFFECTIVE

affairs." said Strolltz. "Wlmt would hind has n erect, falling gracefully SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, .

D you do?" back on the neck The color of the WASHINGTON', BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK,

l'oe' (iyp plumage/ is very flue mill uniform
1 "Go and see what It moans, of course.I .
will go with you if you like." in this ('nreml'l'n! I..tr.' ron.U1<'rert In Two Elegant Trains Daily ; OCT. 1, 1 O2.NOKTUEA8T .

The offer was accepted and we wentto Chinn the prettiest of quo duck' ('In...
No. 34 >o. 30.IXIIy o.11
the place i1<'Mhl1l1tt'l1. We found Florida and Metropolitan Limited Route. lJall3. NORTH WEST. Route. I I"IIi.y. ;

a building of questionable chiiractor Jacksonville, Southern Ry -9-(Xi, a. 6616 r.v. CaokHonvllle.Soutlieni:: Ry 7431 I
saloon below and furnished rooms Seaboard Fast Mail. .v. Savannah Southern Kv 1 15 p. 12 80 a. LT.JttHnp, Southern Ry .. .I 111 45 ,
v. Charlotte Southern Ity 9 no p. 10 OA a, Ar. Macon Southern Kv .400k!!
above. We acquainted the owner MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Ar Danville, Southern UY 12 In a, 1 40 p. Ar. Flovllla, Southern RyNnutheru I t'N tAr.
with our mission and with his consent Consumption ; :.-Richmond, Southern Ry1008.. 6:; p. Ar. Atlanta. R' I ,>IIF ,
ONLY LINE Operating Daily Thiough Sleepers from Jacksonville to Ar- LvnchUnrir. -- Ar.RorkniartAr. Southern Ry '
taking went to Southern R' 24010. 4 07
a carpenter we p. .Rome ' tho room described and lifted several New Orleans. Ar. (Imrlottovllle, Southern ity 4 35 a. n r>n p.. Ar. Dalton Southern Ry .. I .. ,
Ar. Washington, Soul hum Ky 7 40 a. 9 30 |'. Ar .. I i Ml
boards in the center of the floor. Between Ar. Baltimore, P. H. R.. .. 00 a. 11 8ff p. '.Chattanooga( Southern Crescent RvLv. I in on ii
information and reservations call Ar. Philadelphia: P. U. It.. .. ..9 12 a. 4 !66 a. hattamxiu-a.. Queen; i I' flu
found bundle FOB sleeper on Ar Croxcent
two Joints we a Salt is famous old- any Agent Ar. Now '\York P. K. It.. .. 00 p. 6 30 a Oaktlale Il""n.'O; i ''yIP I
pork a Ar. Somerset Queen *; CreimeiitAr
wrapped in brown Seaboard write ..
pnper. or lliiriiln.; Queen A"" Cr ,cvnt .101
What It contained tilled me with surprise fashioned remedy for con- No. 34 yew York and Florida Expre. Dally lexincton, Queen; Crewent I "I I''
and a satisfaction I have never A,. O. MAcDOXKLL, Anet. Gen. PUSH. Agt. Jacksonville, Florida Pullman Pleeplnir. rara. Port Tampa and Jaefc- Ar. Cincinnati, (jueen & CrenceiU __11_ jsi I'''

felt before since. sumption. Eat plenty of = _.:..._ anvilletoNewlork. Dining oars. LyClncinnatlIrF, ;; Route. 'I !
Calling .
or a carriage -- -- -- ----- - ---- No. 30. Richmond A r. Chicago; Big; Four Uoule. ... :
Washington And
Strelitz and 1 took tbe bundle to the the advice the Jmlteil.vluRichmond.. Florida' Lv. (Cincinnati t enn. Linen .. .. I : "'.
pork, was to ; Daily! l'ullmanSleep. Ar. '2.
chief of police. Then hunting In the !SIECI..A.L :L..C>w R piTES.. mug; Can Jacksonville to Now York. Dining Clilcano; t'enn.Linee-- .461
Carll. Cincinnati I, C. }(..0'1>-Mum'n I
directory for the address of IIIBS Edna consumptive 50 and 100 -TO-- 'A r, Cli Icago.Lv. H(..t;:T),-:>ton."nTH I ;-':
Blake, we drove to her bouse. Wet TO CINCINNATI ;""r Iii innat ? .:*!>-. lh.h.i d.lit I S It1

found a young woman of thirty who years ago. CALIFORNIA l COLORADO, UTAH OREGON, WASHINGTON, MONTANA THE THROUGH SKY. THE LAND "A.Ar..Toledo Detroit C.C.f.0D II.VD-M1ch.'ent' .-Mlch.(',,nt I _. .J.\111.

r looked nearer forty. I gave her tho Salt pork is good if a man and the NORTHWEST Lv. Lexington Southern Ry-: t '. lOll
facts concerning the bottle and the ORTHBOUSD. _ROUT t | No. 311. Ar. Louiavllln, Southern Ky.. I tI I' ,!J5 I
finding of the bundle. Then I said to can stomach it. The idea VIA 'WAS'IEUN ATLANTIC R. K. and NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA Lv,'ackHonvllle,-Southern Kv--,.-.-.-. T B1 p Lv. LoulKvllle Southern Rv ; 32 Is1;
-. Lv.8aya..nah. Southern Rv ... 12 30. A r- St. Louie, Southern Ry _
her: behind it is that fat is the and :ST. LOUIS RY. Lv Columbia Southern It'"... ... 7 on) ao.-' -oriarrjinltert.; "" Daily !411\;
"Miss Blake, Mr. Edmlnton Is m Innocent A tr. Aahevllle, Southern Rv. ... ..I Idtp train ofvetihulecoaeheandl9tllnutn *Ire01c
food the Dixie Route Ar. Hot Springs> Southern Ky 2 37 p earn Jarkaonvllle to Cincinnati.
of the murder of your father." consumptive needs Flyer Ar. Cincinnati Queen & Creeennt. S IS a H. C. HUNT City PaBHenirer" and Th'kPlJ.I.
"I know it." Cltv Ticket Oftlrp, inn W HavntrwrH.
No. 30 Pullman
drawing-room l
most. sleeping cars .
"Dy papers found today it appears During September and Octo.ber. 10UJ.> : JackeonvtlletoCinema tl F. .GARY, DlHtrlct Jacksonville I'aKiieniter, Fla. | _

s" that one Jorbert. alias 'Slippery Jim; Scott's Elnulsionisthemod. ,
For descriptive matter, rates, schedule etc., write to, or call on
followed your father Into the vestibuleof .method C, II. ACKAUT Gen. Blgr. S. II. IIAltnWICK, G. I'. A.AVnHliington .
his house killed him and took from ern of feeding fat to E. J. WALKER, Florida .Passenger Agent

r his: pocket $10.000 In United States the consumptive. Pork is too 212 West Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.C. D 0'V.
,, bonds Not daring to dispose of them
he hid them under the floor, and being rough for: sensitive stomachs. E. HARMAN, O"n.; Pass. Agt. II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager. II. TAYLOK, A O I" A, Atlanta, Ga.

shot td death while housebreaking Scott's Emulsion is the most Atlanta, Oa. v Nashville, Tenn.
v before dying he communicated the secret

.; C to bill pal Harding. The papers refined of fatsespecially THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

and tbe bonds are In the bands of the ,
police but they belong to you.". prepared for easy! digestion. ,

,% Miss Blake uttered never a word Feeding him fat in this Atlantic Coast Line R'y. :Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada
but going to a sofa burled her face In .

a pillowPheu she became composed, way, which is often the only PRICE, $4.00 and $ .OO EACH. Should be used. by every Boat Builder. In the t'.&

she we drove entered to the the carriage depot and with in us a, few and way, is half the battle, but The Great Through Car Line from FloikU.-Connections: In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.

?4t hours were at the prison wbere' Ed.r' Scott's Emulsion does more To the East Over its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington For Sale by

mlnton was confined. ; thence via Pennsylvania R. K. .
than that. There is Jas. Pritchard & Son
1 had resolved at the time of thIs1I1I1U' some- ,

Incarceration; never again to become thing about the combinationof To the West The Louisville A The Nashville:Mobile via&: Ohio Montgomery.R. R. via Montgomery. TITUSVILLE. . FLORID'

that I witnessed tbe announcement of cod liver oil and hypophos- To the East t Via Steamship Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York, .
Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York -- -
--- -
Edna lllake
him the
to that true murderer 'i.i
Scott's Emulsionthat
phites Washington and Baltimore. Via :Savannah: and Merchants &:

cd and was he would known soon-they be were a free vlndlcat-man I puts iu>v life into the To Key West and Miners Havana Transportation via Peninsular Company:; Occidental for Baltimore Steamship and Philadelphia.Company. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

felt that there be aidet'VI'D
; may a bright weak
part: :an I has :a special
to n murder, case. Yet It was a All kinds of Commercial office.
111iloctgo Tl.o1E..o'ts.: Stationery printed at the,above
Mulemn sight to see those two whose action on: th. diseased; lungs.
Uiipplueaa. for ten years hud been ruined Interchangeable mileage tickets, good over 13,000: miles of among the pi In- LETTERHEADS NOTEHEADS: ENVELOPES, BILLHEADS, 8I11Pl'ISOTAGS

and on whom the Injustice must A sample will be cipal railroads! In the Southern States are on sale by the principal agents. CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expeditiously.:

always remain n blight, clinging to :&<...t fr.:e UI'QU request. -
each other as though, they dared not t Addresses of parties la the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally supplied
trust tilt good news. y >'ir, t'tnt tlita picture In with all Information and handsome advertising matter. -
tli )alga Ih.
.1" i a m on
Soon after Udmlnton's release Strel- ...r-.. 1".rnf ct'try bolt). of For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation etc., call on or write to l1
1 I n Its and I were Invlttd: to witness ala

quiet marriage between him and Miss Commercial Agent. Trav. Pass. Agent. .... ............. ___ > tIn Quantity.I :.,.;_ B.. /n Q;- 1'

Uluke. indeed MO were tbe only rq DOVVNE, 138 Wed Bay St., JACKSQNVILLE, FLA.T. For 20 Yccrs Has. Lsd all J I V, i3'zU3a.i WBox. &J
guests present fur those who had been CHKAUSTS.4U9 M. EMERSON II. M. E IERSOS'V.. J. CRAIG stk. 1c .J
near to thew had thrown them both Traffic. Asst. Traffic Mgr. Gen'l. Pass. Agent. I .. ..s::: ..G.cra.a / .
-. Pearl. St., N. Y. Manager.
over upon Edminton's! conviction. laror.T" F M.iTAnp ct.JbSEAST
9 After the ceremony Edmlutou. said roc and $i; air druggists. WILMINGTON, N. C. t" -.............wa..wv..wvwwww- ,


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:fIIUUlU: ( : :( : itl brIdge The Infantry eoul, T T through the thicket a step nt a time, The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block. : '
MAN RIVER HOTEL and men were constantly falling under
: : the hall of missiles from the enemy on .
>T1>IAN-RIVER. BATTLES IN the tarn er side. But the Federals

: cheered lustily and the enemy PATENTED IX THE UNITED STATES: and all CIVILIZED COUNTS:

TITUSVILLE, : : nlumiotl i by the show of force, again
retreated Meanwhile Colonel) Barton's
FLORIDA. THE SWAMPSCopyright \ expedition up the Cootiivwhatclilo took This SELF-LOCKING: TACKLE BLOCK which I lm; Just been
t. y s : part In the general attack. The Confederate patented.! all the civilized countries throughout the world, will

commander nt Pocotaltgo, hoist anti lower like any block and tllt'kh.aml WlLL STOP AND

--."'. :!:: : :: ::: ::; :(:: ::: General I Walker had early telegraphedto LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed Soft Rope, Wire

J. G. BAST, Proprietor. Savannah for help, and the Eleventh Hope or Chain can be used Nothing to get out of order.. nny person "

( 1902.:! by Q. L. I Kllmor.) South Carolina, with a detach- f can use it. XO CLEAT NEEDED.I> < The name device I I" ulO'lln
went of started
I\ \ A \ V the city of Charleston the train to Swamp run to guards Tocotallgo. Barton by ; Cheek and Deck Blocks. Will hoist, lower I\lHllu'k at will, from

:,gfi p'' DUCK: SHOOTING. !WI cradle of the southern uprising found light skirmishers of cavalry on below or at any height! npsldo down or nt any sag!II', an ounce or 25
: In IStll, held out against the ,road but driving them before him t tons, according! to the Ue mid shape of the tackle block. Only one

Kr northern attacks( till near the marched to the village. A negro guide rope, chain or wire rope Is used at time.. Tlifsiuni' pulley does for
". j and FISHING. end of the long! w ar. It wns not for Inclc Informed Barton that n work trnlu had each There Is!' no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trlgwr attachment I
rallll lln uu u p it
till of enterprise In the cutups of the }Fed Just passed over the road toward Savannah. to this device !

I liatos: $2 :50; per day. erals. Attempts to take Charleston by A steam! whistle was heard tu Tlu I > Self-Lockhiff' Tackle l Block la for Yachts
necessary and Ves- t
I .Iniull) (III i PII a '} l: I/u111un"I{ / m n I laud were never pushed to the extreme the distance. As u matter of caution ,
seta of all {
N kinds Bridge and House BIIII.llnlot'.rllli 'I 1lultrye. lull-
of a grand battle, !but desperate and
: Barton lined his men by the trackand .
*10 and $12 per week picturesque encounter was fought In threw his cannon Into up position. In road. Quarries Liiinbernien, .arl'huu..II.IIIHCIII1... : 1..lIIlIlrlt'lllIrl": .. !Service' ,

the swamps southwest of the city a few minutes the train appeared In Mines, Machine Shops, steamboats tngr Scenery, Vninterx, rircn--t Brewer- i i
Oct. 2:. ISO!:!. lea Wells Stables Harness Rooms Butchers .
JACISONVILLE.: sight on a curve, f'l''rllof the cars Tanneries, Iniifrhrvr Houses,
Curly In the summer of 1SC2 General being flats, crowded with troops. Factories of alt kinds; for use in hoisting' ashes, and for farm' :* and plantations, +

O. MItchel was sent from the westto The train swept on, givIng no chance Fire Escapes, Fire Departments, Riggers Can also be lined In tlu-JPnitectlon. ;
N cnuuimud the 1.'d.'I'nllll'my lying! at for parley. It Will carrying! reenforcements of Fruit 'I'rt'I'SI\IIII tWlnering of Fruit and 1 Vegetables, streti'hliitf wires and '

' DVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Hilton head the entrance of,Tent Royal to General: I Walker to defend Pocotalhjo ropes of all kinds, Hoisting Flags Dumb "Walters F.lt'vl1l(1rll.Oall Boat of ally
sound. Savannah, below ( llIlI'll'stoli.was ,
. Barton the order to fire,
? Rave kinds Awning., Tents, nllrultlIlc' 'clt.s Electric:
blockaded by the! Federuli In FortPulaski and the train was raked with canisterand Light purpose*, onset! Llghtfl,
in Meat Markets\ and Stores of all kinds Hunting and Private s
as Charleston was by the }Federal bullets Miiny Confederates fell Camp" Houses,
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located. navy Hilton head between the from the cars anti IIrvl.'rnlvlto were from the kitchen to the bed room. In fact, It can be used with 'great utility ;
: Thoroughly repaired aud re- two harbors gave the Federals controlof only scared Jumped for their lives and wherever n tackle block 1>needed. It (saves time money and! labor, a* no*tying

novatod. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. the coast It occurred to GenerallI1tchl'l' rail off Into the woods lining! the track. or fastening of the rope or chain to cleat, or anything l'h'el.. needed"
active brain that a forcemight The victims belonged to the Eleventh All kind and all sizes can be! used either ashore or aboard I ship, aid will
Hates $2.50 per day and up. push Inland from Hilton bend South (Carolina and their lender, Major not cost", much more than the ordinary/ pulley blocks WALTON'S: PATENT
cut the railroad between Savannahand Harrison, wna among the killed HJo LF LOCKING TACKLE: BLOCK: similar, In '
N B. W. SPERRY shape, weight/ size to the
Proprietor. Charleston and open the way for a
After the train Barton tore
__- I land attack upon both cities.General the track and hastened passed townrd the ordinary pulley block In every (day use, and Is made In :different> shapes and 1
Mltchcl was succeeded In up sizes to suit nil purposes There la absolutely nothing to get out of order. It

ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay; and Cedar Streets. October by General J.1.. rnnnlln. station to attack the troops should has no springs/ wedge, teeth or trigger rope;; and soft\ rope, chain Rlhl wire
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. who sot out to fulfill the plans of his they leave the train. He soon met a rope can be used! in the same block.A .
T' former chief. The expedition moved In force of the enemy drawn up before tmmplo of the\ pulley block limy/ be seen ntthe EAST; COAST. ADVOCATE
ia American plan. Centrally located Just built and open two detachments on Oct. 22. Taking the bridge and Ranked on cither side otllce, Titusvllle, Fla.

ed this Fine and two brigades, with a corps of engineersand ; by artillery Those troops Barton engaged .
season. cooking good; table. Hot and Cold Water J. O. W ALTON,
0 artillerymen. Brannnn Balled the until III"bt.1"l1l1w1l1l0 the i
4 Baths, Elevator, etc. Flvo minutes from nny wharf or depot. All night of tbe'2ht11) Brond river and train hind unloaded the South Carol! Inventor of the above; also' Patent Calking'Viol l fll\ P.ontr.tr..
Olltces : New York, Boston und Titunill*. Ira]
I street cars pass the door. Bates, J.OO:! to $2.0: per day
-- -
Mrs A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.fl .
--- ----
O1Ilol.il\ Supply Uoiuo of The Illinois Fishermen' Assoc attuu
__ ___ __ .. .__ n ____. ___._ ___. .

:lEW VICTORIA HOTEL, Corner Main JACKSONVILLE and Adams Sts., FLA.' The Chicago Net and Tino Co. !

Manufacturing: oft -
Everything now. Flee Bus. Centrally located. Rates $2.00 and :$2.50: per
day. European plan; rooms, :50 cents to :$LO ) each person.R. r :::! A

R. BIXLER, Proprietor. W t:::!

_. ; 0
--- L- : 8
1'1I'HIUTTerrlttH' Island. w t

HE WIGWAM HUNTING LODGE. Winter Resort. c14j I'

' On Indian River, Merritt, Fla.
Now Open Accommodations for 10 adults Sun Parlor Balllard Pool and FISHING NETS and Netting of Every; De. crlptlon. Q
1111; Pong tables. Swimming: pool. Bath looms free to guests. 8.0; feet of docks, Dealers In Seine wine: Maitre Cord, Hope, Etc. ti
t libm catboat for cruising. IJunting and fishing finest on the COR st. Write andr
Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen.
boat will meet you at Cocoa, free E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor .
79-H1-8J: E. Indiana 81.. Cblciujo, ill
_u _. __ ...Mention The AUVOOATM In.your letter... ,
We nro Mombnis of the Illinois Fishermen's Association. .

Center of Pineapple Belt.

The prettiest location on Indian River Large, beaiituul grounds. Near I( y
the Ocean. Fine .Fishing and Huuting.; Terms reasonable Letters and
Telegrams'reserving rooms will receive prompt attention.
_ JOHN S. PART, Owner and Proprietor. .Building Lot
Ii .. ,
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I l or a lot wills a HUILDIVU READY .FOR OCCUPANCY, '



I We probably' : ) have for sale just what you are sooklng.Settlcis .

: W. C ERNST, Manager.On ., reached the! Junction of the Pocotallgo nliins. and they tfluno tutnuuibered are (Hocking In but mill. (bare Is loom. If you are

I II Lake Worth opposite Postoffice and business houses. Large verandas and Tullllnny rivers, at daylight. At Barton's force. After destroying the looking this. way, drop a line to
I the same time Colonel W. It. Burton bridges and more of the track Barton ,
J'Strictly' / first-class. Summer Bates, :$2 per day. Special by the week. with the Forty-eighth New York regiment retired/' to his bouts. JAS. E INGRAHAM 3rd VJt'I.-lJrt'cldent.! i
1 ,
, alone milled the COORII wbll tdl. Before leaving Coosuwhutchle Barton ,
---- --- up
ST. I'ETRIJSBUKG. le river to a point fifteen miles south of cut the telegraph wire and the ILOKIDA' KAHT COAHT H'Y. ;

I Brannan's landing place. Confederate) at I'ocotullgo hud uo ST. AUOUHTIN F.. FT.A.5c I Io
Both the Branmiu' and Barton columnll knowledge of the results of the attack
f CHE BELMONT ST. PETERSBURG: FLA. were to strike the bridges where there. General Walker however
j Open November 10th. the Charleston and Savannah railway feared that his flank would be attacked :s: .4.: S E3 L """" : : : < OO. ,
I On the eastern shore of the peninsula between Tampa Bay: and the Gulf olexico. crosses the I'ocotullgo and Coosawha'trhle from that direction. He concentrated FLA.FULL
.I [ The most healthy winter resort city in the State. On high (ground, pure rivers. With the bridges nud bIll force which was larger than Bran- HI*. It sia w. Hey St., JACKSONVILLE .
dater perfect drainage ; room Urge and newly furnished papered and painted. track destroyed hind communications 1111 l1'lt. at the bridge and opened a
Hates, SOO to .1.,011( week W. II. TIPPETTS, Proprietor.AVASIIINGTON. .
per cities r
chief Confederate
between the two IUllr -- n_ _._u uu the south Atlantic const would upon the IVdcTiils, who continued to

be sevens( and the way clear for a p.'fUH forward. Walker ordered the Few.t .
formidable land attack on Charleston I'ocotullKo "bridge destroyed In self dfeuso. <1"
from the rear.Btnuuan's Being without ammunition for fe
THE BUCKET BUFFET column advanced rapidly Ulu artillery. Itrunrmn decided to retire t EXPRESS
toward the Pocotallgo bridge Intend- to hU. bouts, sutlslled, that the EXPRESS PREPAID
C. ing to surprise Its guards), but at the enemy was too much for his force. ty
210 Sixth street, WASHINGTON, D. ,
end of a ute mile march the vanguard lirunimu lust 310 men and olHccrskilled
Is one of the most popular Wine, Liquor and Cigar houses Washington, ran Into a Confederate battery uud wounded. The victims were 32oiI6Qt5
V)1) on a lone plantation by the roadside. chiefly from the Forty-seventh Fifty iji9 f fI
. | of the best brands in stock, and the prices as low as any house In the city. The Confederate commander at Poco- fifth and Seventh-sixth Pennsylvania.

Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 216 Sixth Street, tnllgo had early warning/ of the landIng Among the killed were five Pennsylvania

I icing the National Hotel, and in close proximity to the Pennsylvania station.; of the Federals, and being la touch captains. The lender of the artillery -
by telegraph with his detachments In Itrauuun's column was
JOHN E. BUCKET, Proprietor, 21i( Sixth Street, WASHINGTON, D. C. scattered through the region he was Lieutenant Guy V. Henry, who rose to I Z.l.
foe. of general lu the 7 ;
prepared to dispute the invading the rank major ...
-- -- ,
Urannnn brought up his own artilleryand Spanish war. General Joseph lIawley. DELIVER :
NEW YORK: I representing Connecticut In rot
quickly brushed away the battery at present QtS
but the Confederates: In retreating destroyed the United Htuten senate, was also
the bridges over the swamps with the expedition in command of the $ I292 u1J- I

: l behind them.Brunnan'n. Seventh Connecticut volunteer
otelMarlboroughJDroad"ay engineers constructed new The Confederates reported 103 casualties -
bridge and the column moved on a In both u1 'airs. While the firing 'C.$99. '
another train of troops under circumstances '
mile and a half and ran Into upon a -
iOth and 37th Streets NEW YORK.
: ,
those at CoosawhutchI -
The like
posted on a plantation.
/100 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely' with electric lights. Conducted new battery was In a wood with a deep I seems barbarous there were several T p- T'.cyternporarlly' ,
on American and European plans, and I Is managed; under the personal swamp In front. The causeway across Instance of the kind during the fDon't ake i ire nstlpatlon
supervision of the owner. the swamp bad one bridge* which the war. Both sides were offender In this by agitating; the

E. S.: CROWELL, Manager.Hotel ; enemy had destroyed. On both sides respect l but In every caie the troops bowels but regular action cannot: be secured until the liver
-- of the road to the right and left of fired upon were reinforcements rushing secretes enough bile to make: the IlIt 'llnesflV
the Federals the thicket was dense to the field of battle and the firing execute their natural function "ffW .
Broadway and -list :Street: and Intersected by, a water ditch. A was done liy, troops .,*ut to head them ural agitation; caused by cathartics, B g
Vendome/ terrific shower of grope, canister shot off. It wn n chfilff between warlike continual ana Increasing doses to
NEW YORK CITY. shell and bullets swept the thicket andBrannun's tactics and vandalism firing soldiertallbl.n attain the results. n _
j men found themselves In a or wrecking the traIn compelSi
FIREPROOF. 300 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet desperate ambush. GEOttGH I. KILJIErt.Ilcuutlful : .

rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms fl.150j; large rooms $2; and with Uranium's artillery took up the bat. on the

private bath 2.50\ per dayand upwards. The management Is under tbe per tie hotly until the ammunition gave Clear Skle*. r liver; rrrhllls:
sonalsupenl.ion of the owner. FRANK CRUEN Manager out. and then It became a question of e and Fever, and every form of
exert direct Influence on the
Herbno a
charging through the swampy thicketor and purifying and Malarial: Bilious: Fernlttlng and Inter-
- -- -- bowels, liver kidneys,
backing: out of the expedition. Bran- strengthening these organ, and main- : Fevers and!, fy clne to the eat of the
nan promptly ordered the Infantry to tamping them In a normal condition of trouble, works perm.'ner.t cure I
Fine Job Work Quickly Executed charge! ( through the thicket to the edgeof health; thus removing a common cau.eof FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE.II. .
the swamp In front and at the sam yellow, motby, greasy skin, and more i
time sent two sections of artillery to or less ot pimples blotches and black-
OFFICE. move up. Chit causeway |o the ruined leads. -VJO at B. R. Wilson & Son's. JC. WIL80X 80S.e .

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It should be with unfeigned gratitudethat
To Storekeepers and others..!. The Times-Union's correspondent at the people of Florida will assemble (Incorporated.)
Lake City says: Brevard County practically with annual Thanksgiving to make acknowledgements PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. ,
If you want to get good results represents the East Coast, and Com- to Almighty God for
advertise I In the missioner G. T. JtoCarty ban a magnificent the rich blessings received during the This company ownsLAN'7 Guaranteed to Pass all

display of tho products of that re year that is drawing to a close. S.*
EAST COAST ADVOCATE gion. The display of pineapples, representing To the people of our State It has beena Railroad Inspection.
/ dozen varieties, grown in the' year of confidence, tranqulllty and In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St.
open field without sheds Is Immense. progress. The general health of our citizenship I ----..
TITUSVILLE,Indian River, FLORIDA. Jin. McCarty has on exhibition: from has been good; the treasures of Lncie River; at New River and on Bay

Tho ADVOCATE circulates extenslvely Ills home place at Eldred about one our fields, gardens; mines and forests Bisoayne. Prices to suit the times.
throughout the orange, lemon, plno- thousand fruits. The lavish profusion have been poured forth In Increasing .
apple and fish sections of Flrlda.-Jolnlt strikes all observers, and Is In keeping quantities, and every path of honest toil Send for Land List.

to every postoffice between"" Jacksonville with the region that shipped over one has led to comfort contentment and Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. 21 Jewel t7 19 jewel
and Key Went, AH well us Into every Sratn thousand carloads, of pineapples duringthe happiness. A highly favored people, i
I n the Union. It in known as the "Pink past season. mindful of their dependence on the bounty -
Taper of Florida" In pineapples there are fine displays of the Giver of all good, should seek VeritasVanguard. 8. W.
Tho Kant Coast ot Florida ban some of from John l'IolenAenanllJ'ohn: Stanley, fitting occasion to express their feeling East Coast Meat Market
the finest hotels. In tile United States, of Jensen; C. A. Robinson and J. Howard of gratitude and adoration, and should
and nearly every hotel Is overflowing ,. LeTourneau, of Eden ; J. T. Waters and rejoice at each annual occurrence of these G. F. DUREN, Agent. Reymond
with tourists during the winter. NOW W. II. Harris, of Tlbbala. Mr. Sorensen seasons, when hallowed memories should T _
IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE. I. and W. T. Lane, of Sebastian, have displays fill\ our thoughts and Christian love and C'II I=!::= c,:.:>.
of citrus fruits for the Wilson & charity characterize our act _
Hive the ADVOCATE jour a>..
will not regret It. Our office is a kind of Toonier prize. It has long been the beautiful customof .- ,-::a.- I :
Bureau of Information. For rates, etc., The region about Fort Pierce and St. our people, on a day In each year especially co a:>>
address, Lucie is well represented, both In pineapples consecrated to personal piety, a:>> .. -
and citrus fruits, the names of and devotion, with, grateful hearts to ='
Advertising Manager, TUB: ADVOCATE, the. persons making too long; a list to give thanks for all our blessings In the a_:>> ,::a. G. L. MANDAVILLE
Titusvlllo, *'4a.B3r enumerate, but reflecting credit on that past and to devotedly supplicate their ,

1 Christmas and New Year are draw enterprising portion of Brevard county. gracious continuance In the future. r ,

Ing near, and it will pay Jacksonville Sebastian has contributions also from Now, therefore, in conformity with It m
merchants to place their; ads. In the Ivey Lawson, R. A. Hardce and Fred M. custom and the proclamation of the President __ -U2- JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. Hudson. Melbourne ban a fine line of of the United States of America, I, =' CD .
views from C. F. Conkllng. William S. Jennines.. Governor of the ti b TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,

The northern portion of the county is State of Florida, do recommend the observance ) TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. --=
well represented In the citrus departmentby of Thursday the 27th day of ,
fd "o/ J? entries from T. O. Ronald, of ,Lotus; : November, A. D. 1902,as a day of thanksgiving EL._ :S .. .::DZSJ O. .
O. 8. Hardee and J. E. Bottler, of Rock- and praise to Almighty God for ,
li( JEWELERS AND blLVKKSMITHS, ledge, and E.L. Brady, of Tltusville. All his mercies and goodness vouchsafed to -DEALERS IN-
these gentlemen were helpful In gettingthe our State and people. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
i 41 West Bay Street, cirrus department well up to the best May his protecting care guide us and ,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. on the grounds.Mrs. keep alive In us a patriotic love for the We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MACES FERTILIZERS
K. W.Gdode has some fine entriesIn free institutions given us as a heritage. We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all contras
Largest stock In this unction of country the canned goods line from Melbourne. In testimony Whereof I have hereunto er.. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station,
Established In 18U8. Among the striking features of this set my hand and canBed the Great Seal ,.._ w E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
county exhibit are the giant shaddocks of the State to be aftlxed.
Send for descriptive catalogue.
packed 18 to the box. This Is arranged Done at the city of Tallahassee, this,
tastefully alongside the dimlnltive kumquat the tenth day of November, In W. CARROLL
r .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH showing the Ilantand dwarf of the of our Lord one thousand nine hundred ,
,, citrus family. and two, and of the Independence of the
Dealer In-
R. A. Conkllig; of Tlllman, a member United States the one,.hundred. and twen -
Brewing Asso's. of the Board of Brevard County Commissioners ty-seventh. GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
has been present:: at the booth WILLIAM i 84. JJI: lUGS, II \\ ,
during the week, and baa rendered valu- By the Governor, Attest! Governor Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE. Your Patronage Solicited
Famous St.Loul Keg and Bottled ble service in entertaining the crowd that H. CLAY CRAWFORD, Secretary State. FLORIDA
Beer. has thronged around and admired the
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Sold by Messrs.F. A.Losloy and display There every is a massive day. simplicity in Bre- JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK If Your House'Goes up in Smoke

R. L. Motlow,TltusvlleFla. yard county's dr..play.Ioloe/:: big pyramids INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
and looso
By Mr. R.I.. Motlow, Cocoa,Fla. of pineapples; some more big; pyramids JACKSONVILLE, Nov. 18, IOJ2. is you own everythingIt fault.
of oranges,pomelos,shaddocks,etc, your FLA.
JOSEPH ZAPF make a picture whose element are those Editor,: Ea.tt Coast Advocate, :JF"j.rc: Xn.Sn1rnl1CC.ufJiolento : Is prepared to furnish Ice In any qUlntltSaoked or loose. Special attentlni

of strength and Impiesslveness. All the We desire to extend: a special Invitation to cover the value of the property paid sacking for Yachts vr for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
fruit Is big this rainy year; the kaki are to the people of your locality to en- and household. effects should be car T. VVETMORE! Proprietor.
t Sole Agent solid an If they would keep until Febru- joy the festivities of Gala Week of 1002.() ried. Rates are not high. companies ..
ary Lemons, limes and guavas, some The success that has crowned our efforts we represent are solvent, reliable and lib 4' -
010 to 620: West Bay Street, tropical pawpaws; all on the solid order. in the past is an Indication of what we eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.
Mell rs.IIoCartyVaters., Hants, Soren- can and will do this year. The expel'l- Don't neglect to take out a policy. Attention !
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lion, Stanley, Robinson Hudson, ilardee, ence of the past the co-operation of the SCIIUYLER & BRANNING Special
LeTourneau, Ronald, Brady, Lane, Law- business interests of Jacksonville, and
son Sharpe and Gifford are the principal TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
the assistance of the people of the entire
:EI.. L. MOTIaO: w.
exhibitors. There Is not a county state, guarantee the largest and the best Correspondence Invited. OIVF.N: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
exhibit which produced a stronger Impression entertainment In the history of Florida.
or a more lasting one. Hardware Tinware Glassware
We believe tbat the people of this Crockery
The Lake City Index says: Brevard
state, who aided Jacksonville\ In her recent -
county under the management of Mr. disaster, admire courage, enterprise COMMISSIONERS ASSO'N.
C. T. McCarty of Eldred, made a very, and energy, and they will help to Harness and Stoves.
line exhibit. The pineapples were im make the celebration of New Jackson. .

mensely huge as were also the shaddocks, ville" an event long to be lemembered.< JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Nov. 1, m:12.: /DJff-Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly!
I I vIi and grapefruit. Tangeilnes/ oranges, We are confident that the )Floral Parade -
1{ lemons and Japan persimmons were the Trades' Display, Fantastic) Parade, Kililnr East Coast .ldllUt'ule:
specialties. The floral designs were also Baby Show, outdoor attractions! conventions An adjourned meeting of the' County Jas. Pritchard c& Son.

beautiful. etc., will Instruct and amuse. OommlsHtiiners. and Good Roads Association
Monroe county's contribution to the The winter of 1IXU: 'I; promises muchfor of Florida will\ be held at the Boardof << Postotflce Box 212
fair was Gen. Abe Sawyer, probably the Florida( and all who, participate In Trade llonum.. Jacksonville, l.ll():: a. ,
: smallest. man In the woilcl.! Noteven the the great work of development along. the m., Wedne dav, Nov.: lUll:!. 't'\Ls-v1J.J.e. Florida.TITUa'ivI
: .
: fine cigars; for which Key West is famous substantial lines mapped out will nerd The meeting, \ill be of vital Importanceto .

were the.e. I just such a season of rust and plenumo the people of the entire Sta'e. -Important -- -- --- -- --- .-- .,- ..
: to prepare them for the work before amendmen's to existing laws Mill\ be
The Indian River Hand which =aLI7 z.rV"EEl.Y: : ST.A.DLE.
was engaged them.If acted upon as suggested: bt the Legislative -
ter to finish the music for the Floit Editor C. II. Walton will cl\llat the Committee. An effort will\ als be
dl' State Fair, recently held at Lake Gala Week Headquarters, corner of Bay made to secure a part of Indian War '

I, Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, City, returned to Titusvllle on Saturday, and Laura streets, he will be supplied Claim Fund recently collected, to assist FEED AND ALE l SADDLE HORDES: ,
Ales, Stout Etc. much pleased with the J.'alr. Lake City with a badge, and a brother editor will the several counties of the State in build- n
and Its people. The bandsmen all report show him the sights.: lug good; ruailw. The questl of Government v
/Bry"Send me orders I had time. BUGGIES.
your having a pleasant Yours sincerely, aid in theconstiuctloDof improved


Best box of limes, $ .OO, first prize; C. Board of County Commissioners In the _
"' T. Eldred. MARRhED State should be represented and every of
McCarty :
Bros. Best display of pineapples Crown In the TO BE IN NEW YORK good: roads advocate ought to be present
open, ';;,UO, first prize; C. T. MoCarty, The Improvement of our highways will IIAULINGETO. ..all kinds..
Eldred. The following invitation, from Brook- do much toward the development: of the

EAU QALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Host box of guavas, first prize; S. T:. lyn, N Y., was received at the ADVOCATK resources of Florida along substantiallines J. M. OSBAN &
Hughes, Oslo office on Tuesday: and commands the earnest atten- BRO
Marine Railway. feet box of tangerines, first prize; J. tion of every good citizen.As TITUSVIJ.T.EHack of Grand View hotel.- FLORIDA
Editor East Coast t Advocate : the meeting will be held during
E. Bottler
General Merchants and Rockledge. ---
Ship -
Best box of per lmmoms, first prize; "Mr and Mrs. Edward Williams A ms- Gala Week and the railroads offer reduced
Special Facilities.. U. T. Gilford, Vero. den request the honor of your presenceat rates from all points in Florida, the THE OLD RELIABLE

+, For Hauling! Out, Storing and Repairing lest box: of oranges, second prize; E. the marriage of their daughter/: ITar- meeting should be well attended. The
L. Brady, Tltusville.\ rictte, to Captain LeRoy Springs: Lyon, coming Gala Week will be a whirlwindof Rollins College
Yachts and Launches. Best County; Hortloulturaldisplay! second Artillery Corps United States Army, on musjo and mirth. Come.J. ,

Mention the ADVOUATR when writing; prize; Brevard County. Monday afternoon, December the first, at W. WHITE, Secretary Founded 1885.: Has special Florida charter. The South l"lorldaCollego Open)
In the tournament the five o'clock Saint Bartholomew's church
prizes were : ,
October 1st. Located on a high pine ridge, among the spring-fed; lakes of
awarded for the highest average for three on Pacific street near Bedford avenue,
rt AInunger Wanted. days, and all three prizes wore brought Brooklyn, New York At Home after TO TUB ADVOCATES OF OOOU8 KOAUM. County. Absolutely no m.ilaria.

home by the Titusvllle\ boys, as follows: January, let, Fort Scbuyler, .New York Having conversed with quire number COLLEGE. : PREPARATORY SCHOOL.
let prize, $tno) R. M, Singleton; :2nd. alias Amsden has neon known to us of good; road advocates regard to the MUSIC SCHOOL. SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.
We desire to employ a trustworthy prize, $.'>(), Clark Leonard I; 3rd. prize, for several years, and she is one of the Indian-War Claim, I have concluded that BUSINESS SsCHOOL. ART SCHOOL.
lady or gentleman; to manage; our busi $3.1: J. M. Cuban. most charming young; ladle of the East the Good Roads Association will be ableto Excellent equipment. instruction
Mr I>. B. Prltchard the 1-8 mile her former residence beenat Thorough, modern
nellsln thin and won Coast, having do more than any other factor> In the Beautiful location.\ studunt
tory. dash lie rode Frank W. fine 01 mond where she resided with her A room for every
race. State, and I hope every Good Roads Association Best Board. low. application.
known. .30.00; straight; cash salary and horse owned by Mr. F. M. Wooten. The parents-prominent and popular residents in Brevard county will send Expenses Best Influences Catalog on

nil expenses paid each week by Chock prize was a beautiful silver cup on which of-the above town. She has a host delegates to the meeting to be held In REV. GEORGE! WARD, D. D., Principal, Winter Park Fla.
a direct from Headquarters. .Expense Mr. Prltchard had tile nimoof the horse of friends both north and south, all of Jacksonville\ on Nov. 20, 1902. 0.---

,. money advanced;previous expeilenoe unnecessary engraved. whom will join the ADVOCATE In wish- This will\ be an Important meeting, andas
,I' ;position permanent Address, ---- Ing her, In advance, a long life of connubial the rate will be low, and everyone
THOMAS I, ('001'11:11: Manager 1010 Cax- APPROACHING MARRIAGE. bliss and piosperlty. welcome, I hope every advocate of good THE NEW' YORK GROCERY COMPANY
?? ton Building, Chicago, III. Miss Am den left Ormond for New roads in the county will attend.
l 1 York about the end of last \
I August goingvia Very respectfully,
Mr. A. P Oruber, the popular head
TRUSTWORTHY OKXTLK- salesman: In Dr. S. W. Carroll's grocery the Clyde steamer Comanche. JOHN R WALKER,
, "" WANTED bunlnnn' for old rtabllined
an home of
olid financial utaiiiltuft. A utralicbt, bona.tide. on Monday, and on Wednesday he EAU GALLIE RAMIE FARM.
weakly cavil, Hilary of 'IAOO) paid by check eachweanemlnjr will be married, at St. Augustine, to Miss JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK buy for cash, or receive on commission, all kiwis of Fruits and I'roilut
with all eipunxu, direct fnuu lutadiliirtem Martha AI. A.'Tyler, of St. Louis, Mo. and guarantee the highest market prices for all goods consigned. We give our
,,., g] ,:340 CaxUin Moneyadvauuedforoxpuneee.bullillnK. Chicago. SJan3 Manager Miss- Tyler has numerous friends in On Monday last, on Invitation of Mr. close personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted to UH trill
{ of the Eau Gallle\
Titusvlllo where she resided WS. Belding. manager;
The sixth annual Jacksonville\ Gala art
have the benefit of our and Return
experience: market.
of the
Ramie Co. number of gentlemen visit- knowledge
for many year, who wish her every happiness Week (Nov. 24 to 2ot\ 1003: promises to
ed the farm and the fields of made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments l'otatoelo
Land For Hule.17Ja in her new sphere, in advance.Mr. Inspected be the most Interesting:, attractive and of Tomatoes, Cabbage,
I 'I Grubor, who la a native of this ramie and witnessed the Interesting process successful In the history of this /great Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peaches, Plums, Grap' !
acres flr t-cla8s pineapple land place, Is an energetic enterprising and of shredding and preparing the plant carnival of music and merriment. Thousands etc., etc.
for the market. The fact Is conclusively
desirable) front, on St. Luclo river,,at a worthy young man,and has many friends. demonstrated that ramie la easily- have enjoyed these festivities In the We solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market
The bridal couple will arrive In Tltus- .
thousand more are coming this
bargain. For! reasonable terms write past, ;
in this latitude and finds suitable
villa on Thursday next:: -Thanksgiving; grown Many new and novel attractions
W. W. LUCE year. The New
Day-and will make their home with tho ground. Three crops a year may be have been secured for \ must York Grocery Co.,
Tlbbals Fla.
groom's mother in West Titusvllle. grown, and in favorable seasons four add to the Interest and enjoyment of the 109-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORID
The ADVOCATE Joins the many friends may be counted upon. occasion.
Drnylng.Draying of these young people In wishing them along Among the party of guettts; were gentlemen There will be an Immense Trades DIsplay ,-- - -
from Buffalo and Olean, N, Y., Jersey -
happy and useful life.
and Fantastic Parade .
gorgeous -
,i.{ or hauling of ill I nils City, N. J., St. Louis Mo., and Eau a beautiful Floral Parade, the Baby
promptly Gallle. All expressed themselves as delighted Seeds For Summer
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Horse AVniited. ; with the success now assured, for Show, Parades of the City Departmentsand Crops.
Militia numerous Interesting con
wood supplied.
whole derive benefit
the State will

} work horse fir mule. general ventlon Masked Balls Colored
ALFRED ilADtfcY: Tltu vllJe. A cheap from Irs culture.Mr. Peoples'
'. Address, "CASU," Day (Nov. 2tb! ), Street Shows, etc. eto. !
It Care ADVOCATE:, Titusvllle. S. B. Whitacre, who has complete Don't forget the Celebration in honorof Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas.Teoslnte man
Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, charge of the works, was on hand with a New Jacksonville. Free out-door attractions Beggarweed, clean. '
team, and carried the party out to the and exhibitions.: Handsome

Pressed and Repaired. Ladles'dresses A llaro Clmiico. acre machinery, with his room usual or factory.hospitality Mr., did Whit-not prizes for all parades. Special low rateson CZ :JE= .E: S eWhippe
all railroads.
specialty, Address, A fine,complete gentleman's\ residence, forget the Inner man, and a bountiful Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers.
SAMPERKIis: largo stable and 10 acres of land, close toa lunch was laid out at the factory. The Clean Bright Stock: ; Lowe l>rlce>. Conch Peas, 35c per qt.. Postpaid; fl l'
Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, growing town. Trains, eto. It could guests; were driven back to Mr. Whit- OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W AL- peck; .l,2j bushel.
1'. O. Box: 2o3.: ; Sanford, Fla. be used for a boarding house. For particulars acre's residence about 4. p. m., and from ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Tool, Fertilizers.L. .
,. write the owners. there to Eau Gallle In bit private launch, by boat owners In the United btates.
S2P" Reading notice ads. on this page Address "Box tIM," after a most interesting and Instructivevisit Price $4.00 and $3.00 each, at the ADVOCATK CAMERON. The Seed Store.

are de cents per line per week. Uendernonyllle\ N. C. to the farm and work.. office, Titusvllle, Fla. 1 14 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE; FLA.