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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1902
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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i2L. 35.:: NO. 14. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 38, 1OO3. PRICE Bo.

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LOCAL NEWS SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing. Look for W. W. Luce's ad. page: 8. -Mr. A. R. Hodgson Eau Gallle, GOODE-BEAUJEAN NUPTIAL. AMONG THE HOTELS. '

-The Indian River hotel has been doIng -Mr. G. P. Giles, tbe bicycle man, has Is on the jury. :

Vnd Topics of General Interest. a flourishing business this week. had his brother visiting him this week. Mr. R. E. Mime, jr., Is enjoying: Sunday night was the occasion of one Where to stop along the East Coast. '

drives in his handsome new buggy. of the prettiest weddings ever witnessed See lIstof hotels on 7. '
-Sheriff Joseph P. Brown has been -Mrs. E. J. Burns, of Canaveral, has page
In Melbourne when the nuptials of Miss\
THE ADVOCATE, down the river this week after been In town of this week UNION :MADE OVERALLS
looking n couple days strong Annie Elms Goode and Mr. Claude Mer- Where to stop In Tltnsvlllef See Titusvllle
$1.50 annum, In advance jurymen. line at Walker &; Co..., Titusville. hotel ad oa our 7th page '
per -Mr. P. A. McMillan, of Eau Gallle, win Beaujean were celebrated in Holy ,
$1.00 six monthB.h -?olr.V.. R. Hardee, one of Jensen's was called to Titusvllle Wednesday, for -Mr. Geo. C. Houston, of Eau Gallle\ Trinity Episcopal church Rev. Stuart The ADVOOATB Is now on die at all f

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries.( well known pineapple growers, has been jury duty. has been In town several days this week. Martin officiating. Before the appointedhour the best hotels in New York city. ,
spending the week in town. the church was flllnd 1 with those Invited .
subscribe for the ADVO-
When you -Miss Josephine Brady and her niece, -Mr. R. R. Rloou Jensen's well-known and were unable to find seatIng Manager S. H. Peck, of Hotel Plaza J
'ATE by the week It does not cost you -Rev. J. F. O'Bovle was in town a Hiss Daisy Brady, spent a day or so at wholesale fish dealer has been a wit- room. many At 8 o'.lcck the bridal party Rocklodge, passed. through 'l'ltu vllle. "
cents per postage Included couple of the first of the week 2ocoa this week.A Court this
hree days .a ness at week entered the church to the strains of the Tuesday, on his way to Cincinnati, O., '

TReading guest of the Indian River hotel. large number of East Const pea Brevard School Superintendent R. E. wedding march played by Madam E. M. where lie was called upon urgent busi

537- notice ads. are ten cents -Our office has been inundated with pIe have been in Jacksonville this week Minis, of Bonaventure, was In town sev- Campbell, and passed up the aisle to the sees f

er line on this page. callers this week. We are always pleased enjoying the sports.Mr. eral days this week. chancel. The dainty little rlbboi) bearers Manager Joseph P. Greaves, one of ,i

-Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Austin of White to welcome our down-river friends to O. B. Robinson the Court stenographer NOVELTIES IN MEN'S SUSPENDERSnew Miss. Blanch Snedeker Master Fletcher the most popular hotel men on the East
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Uity, were in town Monday and Tuesday.Mr. our sanctum. of Orland, has been In town line See:! them at J. Walker ushers Stewart Messrs.led the Allen party Campbell, followed and by J.the A. Coast, i* now installed In his old position

W. R. Campbell, a prominent YOUNG GENTLEMEN I Look at Con- several days this week. & Co's., Titusvllle. Joke,jr. ; Mr. Dan McCarty groomsman; which at opened Hotel for Alcazar the, season St. Augustine on Wed,

resident of Melbourne, was a caller at tinental Tailoring Co's. sample book.. States Attorney J. D. Beggs, of Orlando -Col. A. W. Cockroll, of Jacksonville. Miss. Jessie M. Gonde sister of the bride nesday.Mr. .

this office Saturday.. Walker is an expert on a tit. Try him.J. has been In town all the week, attending was. In town from Wednesday until maid of honor; !Miss Morel Williams\ "
Capt. John Houston and Mr. Frank R. Walker & Co., Tltusville. to his usual court duties. Thursday, attending Court. bridesmaid who proceeded Wle bride on W. C. Ernst win continue to run

of Eau Gallle atrlvedatthe -SIr Albert Roller, 1P and }lr. A. the arm of the bride's father Mr. It. W.Goode the Leamington\Vest Palm Beach this
Houston[ -Mr. and Mrs Willis E. Goldsmith -CApt. J. Walton's furnished cottage winter. This Is house to at
At the chancel \ a cosy stay ,
'olinson of and Mr. wore awaitingthe
hotel ( London England
Indian[ Klver yesterday.Mr. A. .1 osbIHllb; of Liverpool ;England, and son have been spending a couple of in South Titusville, Is for rent for groom with Ms best man Mr. Alex.J. there being accommodations for forty \

C. H. Uaoey, of Waveland has have bred In Jacksonville this week, enjoying days or so In Jacksonville this week. the winter. Apply at the ADVOCATE; Goude brother of tho bride. and on guests. Those going to West Palm Bone

peen in Jacksonville this week, attending the Gala Week: festivities.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, of TIb- office.Mr. the approach of the bride she was received will please make a note of this.

the Good Roads meeting.Mr. bate, have been In Jacksonville this W. E Dobbins, of Baltimore \ by the groom and together they The Belmont, ,high class family resort
John P. Rotherham, formerly week the Gala Week festivi and Mr. Chas. S. Hooper of Enterprise, took their places beneath the huge Moral the
enjoying In
L. K Bratnard Valkarla, was hotel pleasant St. Petersburg, on
of Reading Pa but now a resident of
arrived the Indian River hotel
at yester- bell from the chancel arch
suspended
ties. Is for the
\ pleasant caller at this office on MomUy.; DeLand. was examined by Judge Jonesat west shore of Tampa Bay, open I
Ue has been doing Jury duty this. week. the Circuit Court Titusville this ALL THE SEASON'S LATEST IN day. and there heard the chniges and joinedin winter. The hotel has been renovated
-The Canaveral Club boat the BlueBill the response of the Impressive ceremony throughout this fall and newly furnish. ,
Woolen Dress Fabrics, at prices that ; ,
week his examination to
-Attorney C. C. Chilllngworth, of and passed en not be duplicated. J. R. Walker la making dally runs between Tlusvllle that made thom man and wife. mi, papered and painted. The house Is ,
West 'all11 Beach was In town several practice law in Florida. & Co., Titusville. : and the Clubhouse .at Chester The mental "picture of the wedding party three stories high,with spacious piazzas, 'I

lays this week representing the defense -Attorney S. L. Patterson, of the firm Shoal will long be remembered by nil who were and every room In. an outside room. The

m a murder case. of Graham &; Patterson, and Attorney -Mrs, Wm. Jarvis of Cocoa and the -Dr. and Mrs. nlll'rllYV.. Seagears; present. house will be conducted In the best north

HARDWARE OF EVERY DESCRIP- II. F. Atkinson, both residents. of the Misses Edith and Florida Hitching, of and Master Clayton Seagears are now at The scene was a beautiful tropical ern style. Colonel W. IL Tlppetts a
Dade In towna Sebastian, have been enjoying the Gala decoration over two thousand routs, also well known Is the proprietor.See i
tion. Heating Stoves for coal wood metropolis county, were Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine.: Dr. Sea, gentleman
oil, gas: or gasoline. Geo. II. Fernald, couple of days this[ week attending toa Week In Jacksonville. gems Is the hotel phy lol"n. many other choice flowers, were used to ad. on our 7th page.

San ford, Fla. chancery case before udge Jones.Mr. -Mr. Allan N. Medd, of this place, tine advantage In decorating by the Mr. W. Merrill of the '
-A Thanksgiving: [ dance was given In Misses'! Molllo end Allie Nicholson, Mor.ol Henry manager
-Mrs. J. E. Lanouette, a former resident H. B. Sands, who has been sick has been on a visit to Palatka this week the Opera house Titusvillo, last night Williams and ]M little Brown. The bride, Hotel Royal Palm Miami ; Hotel Fron- ''

of Tltusville, is now staying with for the past six weeks at Palatka arrived upon business connected with the tannlo and the merry dancers, tripped the light herself, was vision In white Swiss, trim- temtc1'housana Inlands, and Hotel Roy-,
Mrs.[ J. O. Walton in ustou. Master at Titusville on ?Monday where acid factory In that town. Fantastic until nearly midnight.Mrs. ed with lace and satin ribbons, with Alton New York, baa Issued n neat Illustrated -

Kenneth Lanouette is with his mother.Mr. he will! stay a week to recuperate his Mr. D. W. Monroe returned here bridal veil fastened to the hair with booklet descriptive the grant
health before resuming his duties as from Lake City on Tuesday, lIe has .,D. E. Austin of White City, orange blossoms and a bouquet of white hotel and attractions In the vicinity of
W. H. McFarland, of Titusvllle, manager of the Titusvllle house of the shipped his furniture to Titusvllle and after spending a couple of days" at the bride. roses; while her maid of honor Miami. It has twenty-three superb II-
has been appointed manager; of the Tam Titusville Fish and Supply Co. Ills wife Is expected here to-morrow. Indian River hotel, Tltusvlllo, left for wore white orvandle trimmed with white lustiatlons, all reproductions of photographs
be held at Tampa next Daytona, on a visit to her son.
pa Street Fair to and of them snapshots
lace and satin ribbons with bouquet of many
week. Mao Isethe right man in the right -Mrs, Benj.the W. Jerome In, New who London has- DON'T BUY CIIRISTMAS GOODS now, .. F. II. Mathews and T. B. yellow roses. The bildesmalii a was taken by the !guests of the hotel. To the .
been
place and spending other summer in Connecticut wait and see our line. Coming-the Wilson, left Titusvllle, Sunday last, for dressed In pale blue silk mull with pink fisherman this booklet will be of great '
-:Mr. Wade II. Jones who has been places' from Saturday largest: most varied and up-to-date line Jacksonville, where they: were engaged roses. 'Interest. It gives the names of one hun-
in Titnsvllle -
for time pant, stopped over ever shown In Titusvllle. Walker & Co. 'dred and fifty varieties of fish that are
down at St. Lucie some until to her home to furnish muslo during Gala Week At the close tbeoorcmony, tire l'I'ldol
Monday en route
.
ame: up to town on Monday, and on In Went Palm Beach While here :Mrs. -Miss :Mabel Schuylor eldest daugh-; party passed down the nlslo to the west caught In Biscayne\ Bay and Its tributaries.
Goo. of Miami'sprominent
Mr.
Tuesday be left for Jacksonville and Jerome was the guest of Mrs. T. T. Wet- for of Cashier bclmyler of the Planters'Security legal Worluy: lights, wnsln, one. town Wed end of the church, where an Informal, reception The book I Is H real work of art.

Palatka. more. [ Hank of Jensen, arrived In Tl- nemliv, and Thursday, shaking h-inds was held, congiiilulatory to the Mr. Adolph W. Frltsoh, of Phlladctfihla .

-Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives, the Misses Petitions by candidates for the office tur viIto, Friday l"st. for a wnek's visit with bill many Tiiunvllle friend, lie happy young couple has been down at Palm Beach for "
and lr. Bert with her friend Miss Louise Brown Alter this \ the bridal
Gertrude, Laura and Elsie of postmaster of Titusville have b'jen In left for Jacks .u ville yesterday.Mr. reception party the purpose of making\ an examinationof
[tree, of Philadelphia, arrived on Wednesday relative allllfew friends. repaired) to the Hotel Hibiscus and grounds with
circulation this week among our towns -The ladles of the Baptist church, of '
their winter home Guy I. Metcalf n former owner the home of the bildu's whore j
and are now at parents, the Intention of leasing this property for
.
four TitUHvillv In the
far there candidates -
people. Ho are only gave an oyster supper
, of the Tropical Sun, West Palm Roach n wedding breakfast was awaiting them.
l take
it LaUrange. the winter and has decided to
in the field for the office, viz : late Screveu drill store. Tuesday even-
I was in town on Wednesday and I Thursday Here also to be I the elegant -
was seen
many Intends. to Palm
Hu to return ,
charge.
-Editor E. V. Blackman, of the Miami Mrs 8. J. Norton (now charge), Major Ing. It wa fairly well attended, and greeting his. old.time lends. and Mont v
Fred and Mr. the of the amounted to many ; expensive! \ by lluaoli in about three weeks with some
!Mr. K. Wilson
A.
Mi. proceeds
Homeseeker, accompanied by F. M, Taylor supper alln'obesr'irrg
Wo acknowledge n pleasant call friends far and 1 near, notes ufWll'm of his help and will put the hotel In :
)Hand l, were in town on Monday and Tuesday F. A. Lusley.Mr. !
$22.00.Mr. congratulations' and kind wl..hlls, which will be
for the opening,
business -Mr. Frank Webber of the Southern shape 'I
taking photographs of our [ Frank E. Bond Is still at work G.V.. Caufluid governmentpostufli Express Co arrived In Titusvllle lane expressive of the esteem felt for this about[ the middle of December. Mr.! 1 1Fritsch
,' who bad been In Titnsvllle
enterprises his electric road from DeLand M a inspector, popular couple. Their future .
on Sunday and has been confined to Ills bd young has had a number of years experience
CALL AT F. M. TAYLOR'S FHOl'O- Daytona At the last meeting of the for a few days, gave/: our utnce a at his mother's, homo ever since. We 'I home will be In Melbourne.A In the hotel business having

graphic Gallery, Titusvllle\ and see I'ytonl'rown Council an ordinancewas pleasant call on Monday, ,Mr. Caulleld hope to see Frank out again soou. long list of wedding presents could managed the Windsor and the AMine at
his samples of Photogiaphs. Flashlights introduced re-enacting the franchise Installed Mis. H. J. Norton as. postmistress not be [published l In this Issue for want Atlantic City and tho Adolph! In Philadelphia. t
by appointment at any time. which was formerly granted Mr. Bond while here, vice Mr. J. T. Bassett, County Commissioner[. John I It. Walker of space. It will appear\ noxt week. :

Always something new. and associates. Mr. Bond Intends to secure retired. left here Tuesday, for Jacksonville ;
this roullf It can possibly be done. =The Ladles', Guild ot St. Gabriel's to attend the County Commissioners and There Is a largo force of men placing In ,!
-Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, well- DeLaud News. Episcopal church 'lltusvllle, has resumed Good Roads Association moetlnu. Mr. CHURCH NOTICES. the fire escapes on the Hotel .
known and popular winter visit ros to Its meetings There will be a special Walker' was accompanied by Ills two Royal Palm+ Miami. As soon a* this workIs

Itockledge, write us that they are now at -Mr. A. n. Frost accompanied by his meeting this (Friday) afternoon at three boys, and of course they will "take, In" The Titusville Sundayschool completed. n large: forceof painters will "'
Clarksville, Va. As usu\1 l, they will son, Mayor G. A. Frost were among the o'clock In the Guild room, and a full attendance the Gala Week sports.Mr. 1'rnnhyteilan he put tit wink repainting this popular k
I will meet at !II i.ll: )
: /Sunday
callers at this office on Fridaylast. every also force of
spend the winter at Rockledge.Mr. : pleasant ; of members Is earnestly requested hostelry. There are a machinist I
little Mr. Frost, senior had Just returned -! and Mrs. Robert C. ITenton, afternoon. at work In the power house f
and Mrs. T. T. Reese and from a trip to Wisconsin, where hef known to many on this oltaRt, who have Services at the Methodist church at overhauling the electric light and Ice ;
son, of Palm Beach, are again at home, weather rather cold. On Sat Messrs.: II. H. Wright, C. T. Mitchell been spending the summer very pleasantly the entire
.und the Minis. next Sunday at II..a. m., and at plant. In foot, machinery ,r
after a delightful time spent in the west and C. J. Goei'ke. of NiUlck]' !1a M. arrived -
,
he their residence
urday, In company with \his daughter, at country at Beaverly lltusvllle at 7 p. m. A. M. Dalger/ receiving a thorough overhauling, and
and northwest. Mr. Keone had some left; for Danla, down in Dade county, at the Indian River hotel, Titnsvllle Farms have returned to their winter pastor will be put In the best possible conditionfor
good; hunting with Mr. John Bradley lu where he has a winter home and planta on Monday and on Tuesday they home on Spruce street, Boston We the winter Gardener Megan has had
the Kooky Mountains. while on his trip. tion. left for the east side of Indian River on hope to sue them on the East Coast' the Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Divine I- A full quota of men at work on the gar- j

-Mr. John Henry county treasurer -All the east end of the old railroad a bunting trip, they being fully equipped coming winter.Mr. service at Ht. (Gabriel' Episcopal duns ami now ha them In the best condition ,
to kill bear,deer. quail duck or anythingthat church, TltiiKvllle, on Monday next, nt
elect, lett, Thursday last, for Melbourne, bridge across Lake Worth having; been -: [ and Mrs. J. M. Gray of Hutton they have, been since the opening }
within of their 11 o'clock and 7 'M:
comes range guns. 1\ m., : p. m.
K.ttoode 'l'helawo. have also
Annie of the Palm f
to attend the marriage of Miss taken up, work commenced on moving Neb, were guests of the Humbler cottage Loyal
and Mr. Claude M. Beaujean, the draw last week. As it had to be =The two B's-Mr. Wm. M. Brown this week. They are on their way to Rev. J. G. Black will preach morning been carefully attended to, and now are '

which took place on Sunday evening! ; taken up whole, it caused some trouble, president of the Bank of Bay Blsoayne Miami and Nassau Bahamas and on and evening st the Baptist church Titus covered with a onrpetof velvety green.
and to look after his property Interestat but was flnallv raised, placed on Hat cars, Miami, and .Ice.pr..ldent. of the Indian their return will stop ofT at the various vllle on the second and fourth Sundays The park at the terminal station Is a t
Melbourne. lIe returned on Monday.Mr. moved ashore Monday morning, and River State Dank, Titusvllle; and Mr. E resorts of the Rut Count. Mr. Gray Is In each month. Everybody I I. cordially thing of benuty. The grass Is closely

Chas. Cleveland of Merrltt, placed on a siding by the coal shuts L. Brady, a well-known capitalist and a large lumber dealer In Sutton, and visited Invited to attend. shaven the shrub are In full bloom and ;
thin Tuesday, where It will probably remaintill merchant of Titusvllle and Ailaml, have \ Titusvllle and other places on the the variegated l leafed plants never were

week was a, guest while: of attending the Sera court.bier cottage, Mi.Cleveland wanted at Miami to be used on the been spending; part of this week In Jacksonville East Coast in 1801. TO PHYSICIANS OF FLORIDA. so pretty. now. 'f
and Sable branch that is to enjoying the Gala Week fistivItles. -
Cutler Cape
is uncle of Mr. Alfred Cleveland, and Mr. Lisle :
an '
be built down In thit country by the I Mr. Geo. It. (}Bm ph, of Miami accompanied -MIssGeorgleCapron JUDGE. '
GLOVE
a former popular resident of Titusville, Worth returned here D. Tuckei, both of Lotus, were married NOT A KID
East Coast R'y.-Lake them They Executive Board of
Florida Office State Healthof
and reports that Alfred, who bus been lit the home of the blldo's parents r

very sick, is much improved and getting Ne* yesterday. Monday, Nov lath: at noon the Rev. Florida. Judge Jones I Is making one of the
along nicely. This Is welcome news to -Mrs. A. J. Semblor, of this place, Wm. Lame performing wedding cere A competitive examination for the position ablest Judge of tbe Circuit Judges of h'
Alfred's numerous Titusvllle friends. ; a "Carrie Nation Party" last /batur- Uarduer'H Flyer mony. After tbe nuptial knot was tied, of three Special' Airen's for the this State-absolutely fair and Impartial

-The Lawn the teachers days when various games were Indulged a reception was held among the guests mate Board of Health will b.. held at the In all bill rulings; and his decisions are t,
Party, given by school In. At the conclusion of the games, Hot air and mechanical Christmastoys and relatives, when hearty congratulations office of the State Board of Health In all usually sustained by the Supreme
of the on
Friday Tltusvllla High the refreshments were liberally supplied by boats, wagons dolls, velocipedes, were tendered the bride und groom. Jacksonville, Fla., on the 10th 17th and Court of Florida. lIe I U prompt, too, In
evening, was quite a success, had thoughtfully horses cloth wheelbarrows, 18th of Decembery. lIMKi _
who rocking toys,
and
the hostess, very rendering his decisions, dispatches
proceeds. being $23.00. During the eve- -Mr. Allle P. Gruber left here, Tuesday
be residents C Flori-
tocelebrateher
must <
few friends together/ the "largest ever. Applicants > Court In that
drawn a of a manner
the business a
tine Wednesday
Ding the Indian Band played a for St. Augustine where on
River birthday. Mrs. E. K. Rollins assisted Cut glass, sterling silver novelties, :Martha da, under forty year of age and graduate : ults the people. lIe Is not a kid glove ,
selection he married MU
of which drew together was to
< music The In receiving and entertaining the guests, toilet cases, sets, autograph: albums, The .In medicine. Information,>> as to compensation Judge, either-democratic in his associations ".
quite a of people. M. A. Tyler formerlyof'rltuavllle.
large concourse violins banjos etc. etc. atC tenure and character of examination -
a ,
all of whom report having spent very guitars, with the people; courteous'andeasily '
weather and the warm bride and arrived In Titusvllle yesterday
was delightful groom
enjoyable evening.[ Among these present A. GABDSKR, Titusvllle Fla. will be furnished on applicationto approached by everyone.-Volusla-
thebrld6'a
white
evening brought out most of the accompanied br Mrs Tyler,
Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins, Mr. the office of the State Board of Health
summer dresses and hats of the ladles. were mother, who came from tit. Louisto Fla. County Record. ,
and Mrs.
Mr. Jacksonville
which the lawn and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, her wedding In the
looked very attractive on Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Cottages for Kent. attend daughter's
of the Indian River hotel. The fund L. C. Brannlng Ancient City The bride looked quite Free.

thus derived, will be used to buy a flag Wilson, Mr. and Miss Mrs.Emma W.Wright S. Brannlng, Messrs., Two of the five room cottages) at Rainbow charming, and met with .a hearty welcome Tents. for Hale Cheap. -

for the Titusvllle High school, which is Chas.Mrs. Ilowes U. Walton, H Wilson O. R. Villa, Rockledge, Fla., to rent for from many of our townspeople. Beautiful Illustrated catalogue of nor-

a praise-worthy cause, as it will instill Oomph, W. 3. Moody, and P. II. Wright. the ,winter season. Running f water. Protect your orange tree and tender eltles in Solid Gold, Gold Filled\\ and
into the hearts and minds of the pupilsa New and prettily furnished, all complete, Furnished house for Kent. plants from cold; oX( McFarland tent, (Sterling. Address,
greater love for our noble flag. and one of the prettiest places on the all sizes, for sale, cheap. D. H. PORTER,

Doors. Sash and Blinds., Indian River to spend the winter. AdL.F.PKTT A seven-room house, five rooms completely War M. BROWN, 11 Laura Ht., Jacksonville Fla.

Furnished Rooms to Rent. -and Brick at lowest dress, furnished, for rent until spring. Titusvllle, ria. Late manager of Whaler's Jewelery store,
Building Material !:,
Address, "W. Jla"Care : Titusvllle.Two\ .
Four Titus- prices. Prompt shipments.v 2t 157 Franklin Ht., New York. ADVOCATE: Titusvllle. -
furnished rooms for rent in II. FEKXALD:! Launch for Sale.
Ule. Apply to MBS. M. C. MIMS.t Sanford, Fla. Fine Lot For Sale.

* Titnsvllle, Fla. Launch for Sale. Kent For Winter Hoaxoii mt -
To Alco-Vapor Launch, 3lx7t feet 7 IL

Yawl For Sale. Length 25 feet beam 0 feet. Standing[ 1OOU-M, at U kledlre. P. engine, canopy top, glass forward Two fine 10-aare lots lying on Indian
Yacht for Sale or Charter. curtain Mahoganyfinish copper bottom, built of oak and white II River 2 roller south of Fort Pierce, on a
roof and storm In beautiful with all equipment. good sdei. road. Eacb lot has :'JOO feet
fInches with Mahogany and glass partition Desirable furnished cottage; cedar necessary ,
Sloop yacht, 8S feet long. 11)( feet beam Anxllllary Yawl, 40 feet by 12 feet full engine room from cockpit. location oo shore of Indian River one 3 year old, nle.n unwound spot In her, I river frontage High blaff.eovered with
In separating
;!* feet draft, ft years old, good cabin, ) by 2 feet :Inches. In:Now cabin one Lockers under all seats. Panteot, cork: mile and.a quarter south of powtofrlce In perfect repair and thoroughly) first I palm and hardwood timber. Good for
berths ,
new sails, everything for comfort. Will commission. Four filled cashing Hall copper sheathed. and hotels. Nine rooms. Including bath- clans condition M good as new. Is very orange, grapefruit, tangerines and pine.
sell or charter for the winter. Nice fam- forward.(I feet 2 Inches head room Full lap S II. P. Aloo Vapor Motor safe and reliable toom; veranda *100,00 for the fast for her of.... Would cost, new. apples. No> better location on the river
llyboat. Will furnish captain for boat cabin. Toilet. 4fhp. motor. uses Kerosene. For farther particulars season ample family; reference. re- over $2,000.: For sale at less than half at any price. $IOG.00 for each lot,
If chartered Address ventory. Address, "Box 731 J. H. COATS, cost. P. O. Box 57J.: C. T. McCARTT,
up. O. Box :ro," address, quired. APP.J'to! Kldrod Fla.
O. V. RoGER, Daytona, Fla. tf St. Augustine, Fla. t{, Rockledge[ Fla. Jacksonville, Fla. ,
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der Bragg. LiruefS: wanted help In his sent out more than one soldier Genera ) GENERAL\ DIRECTORY.

JAILlN campaign, and Van Dorn and Price George B. Crlttc-nden.. n younger -
"AJ ion were the only hope. If they could brother of Tom. went with the south u. S. LAND OFFICE:

II. 8. Chubb,. .. ...... .. .. ,. .. i
>1* Grant's reserve at Memphis there at Mill Springs. Ky.. In ,Janu- Dittoes at Gainesville,Flon"i, tt""ive"' !

%umm(5i!* would be no hope of getting re-enforce- ,_ ___J__ Coi / U. 8. SENATORS.:

ments to Buell. The defeat of Van <-- : 1': J. Tallaferro. ,...... .. ..... ... aus i. ,
ttOSINESS- Dorn left Bragg alone on unfriendlysoil H. ItJlallory,.. ..... .. .. ,I' I nlrllt'Mou.1

for the Kentuckians didn't rise to U. 8. CONGRESSMEN: : .

welcome his Invasion.So a, Robert W. Davis,.... . .. '
-ltll f;!' 8. M. Sparkiuan.... .... .. .... alai ill.
M.a..? It waji not one of those accidents Imintatin.1
of choice' which often work mischief u .. FLORIDA LEGISLATION'
which placed Ko/ecrans in the saddleat A K.' N. Dimick, I'alnl peach .
K I). Raulerson, Fort Pierre, Re,",, '.Sena., ::
the head of the biggest army In the :
west. A lender was needed and Grant r EXECUTIVE DEPAR'rJll'vlWm. ( : I
JennlnRB: ,..... .. i
It b4)JVt/ft had done nothing of account since Shl H.Clay Crawford/ ...... .. ... .SucretiiivJiunim 'nape
loh. It was even talked of in Washington t l !1, { yl S 7Ndt II. Whittled,, .. r, ,y Wm.lt Lamar,.... .... Attune. <'..nearV.
to. place Rosecrana at the head of + N.Sheata....,, ., ..Rupt.' Fiil.li i It, ?,
the Army of the Potomac In the shoes i "" ey i xt It. E.MeLI! ,. .... .. ..Coiuiuissloiifir.ilAlonzo r '111I.1i
... had fallen tl, C. rroom..... .. .. <' i,, r rOil"
r of "Little Mac who Into
'" ) ) GvwCAXVuiawLmM' J.ClIlTord K. Foster,.. .. . Adjntanlieu' ; .
disfavor for not pushing the campaign John llrartford.. .. .. ... .Survoi i;
In Virginia after Antletain. But' the K.U.KOIW: .... ... ... ... .... IItatl': 'iOlllces ""PhllIl..n'I1I'
'
G ? at T. lahae"ee, Flurlilu
experiment of Importing a western 7- : ,
general to the east had failed in the y SUPREME COURT jri>OE>*
...........
e yl M. H. Mabry. ... ('hlt'l| '
ease of John Pope, whose disastrous n K. it. C'nrter.......... '". .. .Atiuclut, .I histip.,'' !
n: :n I :n: :I: :I:!: :-J: :n( I: campaign at Monassns had cast i d r a'b B. F Taylor....... .... ... .. alit.

gloom over the country. So the choice RAILROAD COMMISSION: !!...

for a new bead on the Potomac! fell to H. E.' T>ny, chairman.. ... .. .. <, ," ,.v,
had laurels ,l. 4 AlIti ,,4,4714w J. L. Morgan,... ... .. .. [r".'lie'T.J. .:
Burnslde who In ,
A New leaderAn won M liuyan. ....... ... ., . i a..rinlnat,,,|,,",
: North Carolina and had also fought .f, John L. Neeloy., jr., clerk. p,;u1: a
with the Army of the Potomac at South 1 iloiuiqimrters and offices at TalUluur., 11,

:Mountain and Autletam and !Itose- CIRCUIT COUItT.

crafts stayed In the west.lt08ll'I'1l1l11 Minor B.Jones, Tltusvllle.... ('ft. Julia
New J. 1>. ll nirn, Orlando.1'roaeenting
Army was a man for westernleader IIl'M'OJ' '
a '
Term Fourth
Spring In
!: Monday Ai"i 'I I
Ilia men christened him "Old lull! ferni-Fourth Monday In v., i,iGf

HOtly," and he was u soldier: after their BREVARD COUNTY! COI'H
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1 :n:: :n j:: n:: n j: I: n: n I: :n! own heart. A ready tighter Impulsive I iY A. D,ronney.. .. ..... .... C"n,,, ', I l"l, e
I and democratic the Jainen F. Andrews,.. ..Proneciitln, litne! : :
troops readily F. .. ... .
A. A. Stewart. .. i.... c 'm>l\l l lorlL
'" [Copyright; }alit. by a. L. Kilmer. adopted him as a het' When he first i/tg/ ( Spring 1'erm-8800n l Monday Ii, Ma,
1 rode along the lines at Nnsln t:e, the ) : Bummer' Term-Second Alone ay It, "'J I mint
CT. "'. ISrtS, Onfrnl W. ,S. .._:-'r- Ii Fall Term-Second Monday In Nin,'> ',er
soldiers gave the new leader an enthusiastic ,
j Winter Term-Second Mqnduy lu !r'hruup' ,
KoHccrant! took command of
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welcome In their usual boartyand .
i the reilerul forces In Ken ; COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
.
rwI Informal way, shouting/ "Hurrahfor .;t .... R. E.Slims, Superintendent...... ..Ilona enmra
}' tucky. The event was the Old Rosy! We'll give It to Bragg Iv yK t .. !}"; '. .C..S i ifya. Membera. : J. ]1(. Dixon, (chairman Tlti.nlllp;
creation of a new army under a new now I" Itosecrung responded lu 1111e'luully ?" c bo a. x .J Ce -(. e .. R. N,Andrews, Cocoa; C. I'. 1'lattn, run rlerci.:
"COLONEL CAN YOU BOLD THIS FORD (ii Gtr If. '.
, leader. Officially the order placing Informal wdy. Said he: "All a COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
I ury, 1802. Like RlcCook. Tom Crltten V. .
Kosccrana tu the shoos of Don Carlos right, !boys Bragg la a good dog, but :n << II ItJ i. R. Walker chairman, TltiiBvlllo .loin R.
den bod Sbllob and
fought at earned 1 .I\\ Ito. _t ]Mlot Indlnnola: R. A. ronkline:, TlHiiiin" .IIIho]
: Holdfast At .I't. : a',1
Buell simply established the department |fi a better. that the life e'pura 'as a commander of troops. : 0. Jones, Wood oy;J. Frank Hell, Whit} i City;
Cumberland men cheered and his speech became wantx ,a A M 'm* gmmfmmjii mi. ,m 9nmm mmm IIB --.r Regular: sessions are held flrnt Moiulu) in' eaii
of the a military One of the division officers In the
month
the keynote for the hnrd times ahead. : Miss Rose Peterson Park-
district comprising vast Tennessee and new army was an experiment aa a Secretary BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS
A later
few days Koaecruns rode out
the ground within the Confederate leader of Infantry troops. This was A. D.Penney,TltnOVl1loCOUllt) Rig
I to the rear, whore the enemy was dale tennis Club Chicago from experience Fas. E.An 'l'ltu V/110;. I'ros Att',.
litotes of Alabama and Georgia yet to threatening to raid his communications riiil Sheridan, who had seen the edge A. A. drew// ,. .. ..County( lerk,
be of the battle at Porryvllle. but Itttle T. F. Woolen, Cocoa. .... .. .. ... Tax AftxeMwir
captured.The \\ lthLouisville.. Coming to a Sheridan bad been In the field advises all girls who have pains E. W, Hall.'rltusvllle,. ... .. .. ..Tax f >\hector
more. young
official order from tho war de- ford over the Cumberland. which) was F. B. Boye.Tltugvllle,... ... .. 'Treasurer
only a few mouths. Ills first command R. E. ltona\enture.. .. I'uli
partment designated Ilosecrans' force very Important, he said to the officer! In was a regiment of cavalry stationed onGrunt's and sickness peculiar to their sex to rely on J. O. Fries Mlinn, Tl nsvllle,. . County Snpt Sunevnr lout,
the Fourteenth corps, but the com- commuud of the guard "Colonel, canyon .I. P. Brown Tltiisville,. ... _. .. .. ! i outposts Mississippi, beyond T.J. Couksliutt, LaGrange..Replstratiou 'Utllcer
hold this ford?
mand became quickly: famous as the Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Corinth. and lila first!!! affair at arms not TITUSVIU-E: TOWN COUNCIL.
"I can U'.) sir, was the response.
Army of the Cumberland. The new more than a skirmish. One day the How beautiful G. A. Front,mayor; Van Worley marshal I and
"Colonel can you hold this ford? many young girls develop Into worn, listless and hopeless
ii leader at once set his columns In motion Confederates attacked Sheridan's line tax coll.otor: It. K, )llml.... jr., clerk mil' treat.
women, because sufficient attention has
repeated the chief warmly. simply not been paid to their physical urer John assepsor J. K Walker
G4 to Nashville, which was the base "I will die before I give lt
of' Federal l supplies when the troops "Colonel, con you hold tbls ford. ?" fight that word was sent to Washington pain, and young girls Just budding into womanhood should be carefully arriittiers.aria Tuesday lu councilmen each month.The council) iiiueu'

were operating\ in Tennessee. The persisted the general sharply. that he ought to be given a brig guided physically as well as morally.If .

Confederates bail their the "Yes, sir." gude. "lIe Is worth his weight In you know of any young: lady who Is sick and needs motherly TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TRADE.
eyes upon will gold," the dispatch said He was given advice, ask her to write to Mrs./ I'liikham at Lynn: aians." who will G. M. Rol>blns,president, ; )M. Dixon treat
"That do said Rosecrana and .
recapture of Nashville urer,J. O. Bast, secretary. Meets Hevond Wednesday
give her advice free from of
a source knowleduo which in
a division of Infantry and Old his : imcnualcd -
lu each month their
at rooms
went his along the lines. night(!
The Confederates of the west bad way in the
first hard fighting In the Army of the country. Do not hesitate! about /stating details
never recovered from the.chagrlii they UoHecrairj organized his army for a Cumberland 'which one may not like to talk about, and which are essential FREE AND ACCEPTED!!: MASONS!
lighting machine. The post of honor In' under Ronecrans. That tor a full understanding of the case. Indian River Lodge, No. 00. holds Its meeting:
t felt over the abandonment of Nashville army In the fall of 18112( set Its face the set"ontland fourth Friday evening >f tort
tho center was given to Thomas, an 1 Hiss Hannah E. flershon month, at their lodge room, IniHan lilvri'hotel
by the after Grant's victory at southward to turn hack until It CoIIings-
'army act of prescience It might seem, but never : at 7:3t.: o'clock 1'. m. J. R. Walker W M;
Donelson In February.! -. 18<<32. Nashville really only a stroke of good judgment. had recovered Tennessee and conquered wood, N. J., says ; F.A.: Morgan, Soo'y.ORDER .

was the key to Tennessee and southern Thomas had not done very much fighting Georgia. "I thought I would write and tell OF EASTERN STAR.
Kentucky It was In the hope of because ho hadn't bad chance GEORGE L. KILMEU.. you Friendship Chapter, No. 11, holds Its lueotlnci I
recovering a that
by following your Kind advice, I feel likea In the Masonic Lodge room, Titusvllle, in tle,
/ that point that General Albert !but his face showed that he was the TO CUHK: A COLD IN ONE DAY new person. I was always thin and delicate! first'J'uusday In each month arS: ::30: o'clock p,1b.1 I
mall to stand like a rock: In battle.! The sad the third Tuesday In each month at "JO:
and weak
Sidney Johnston took desperate so that I could do
hardly
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets anything. o'clock p. m. The Mlowlnff are the olllctr' 01
wisdom of the choice was quickly Menstruation the lodga Mrs. (1. M.ItA>tJtJlns. worthy matron;
chances In 'attacklns Grant at Shlloh, was irregular."I !
All refund the It It fails
proved, for on two critical occasionsthe druggists/ money Dr. B, H. WilMon, worthy patron; Airs. II. II.Wll .
almost at the borders of Mississippi. to cure. E. 'V. Grove's signature Is on tried a bottle of your Vegetable Corn.a ui>, associate matron. ; Air. F. A. Morgan
lie expected to smash Grant and send center under the stubborn! old warrior each box. 23ots.: pound and began to feel better right away. I continued treasurer" ; Mrs. H. C. Hcrlniicennr. secretary. ,
saved the day for Rosecrans.The its and ]Miss Kate Stewart, conduutieHSi; Mrs .lnhnA.
him flying back to the Ohio river and use, am now well and strong, and Hughes, VHSoclatn comiiiLtreHH, Mrs. O. W Sea
right wing of the army was giv- Advantage". of 0.. ..... menstruate regularly. I cannot say enough for hit-. Adah ; JI1\'It. J. R. Wa her, Ruth, MrH. F A.
clear the road for his men In gray to en to General Alexander: McDowell 9 what medicine did for Morgan, Kxtlier: ; Mrs.J. I. Crfirutlicrs. Martha;
march back to Nashville. That plan McCook, a brilliant but unlucky fighter Geese qre paying Investment. They; your me. Mr rT. \Vetuoie, Manual; Mis Znuilie'

failed, and the next move wua begun, McCook had won laurels at Shiloh are free from many of the diseases so How rirs. PInkham Helped Stewart, blrctu.:
to other lice -------- -- -
by Bragg In inldauuimer 1SG2 when common fowls having no
and In numerous other affairs, but his Fannie
be started from Chattanooga aud corps was Involved In the disaster at very little trouble 'to rnlse and-a bUs; Kumpe. For Sale.

pushed his way rapidly to the Ohio, Perryvllle the 8th of October The 111 Item-require! hut little feed until time "DEAR MRS.!' PINK HAM: :-I feel it is!' my duty to

drawing Ituell and a largo part ofGrant' fortune at Perryvllle was not due to tO fatten for nllll'I.t>t. There Is a profit write and tell you of the benefit I have derived from your iidvue and An Ideal 1 home on Inoian\ Rivet : about

Corinth army northward to McCook's blunder, but to battlefieldluck In'.Jotb! eggs; and fcntlu-i-H.' the use of Lydia 13. Iinkliam's Vegetable; Compound. The rains seven acres of hand; K;<'?>' house, painted hade(
I never feed the, little gonllngi.' but in back and womb have all left and In K""d repnli ; fnilt pees' ,
head him off from Loulsvlllo and Clu- and It was only fair to the gallant my me, and my irenctrual trouble is shrubs and flowers A
clnuatl.Fulling. soldier to give him another chance they should have plenty of water and corrected. I am very thankful for the good advioo 3'gave me, and I trees; tropical of water. Price
never failing spring '
In his access to amid! and! grit for three or shall recommendjrourmedicine to all who puffer from foinale weakness. / pine
object to get a foot- In command of a wing of the army. moderate: good; i reasons tor sellingf t
bold lu Kentucky, Itrugg retraced his McCook's brother, General Robert L. four days they should be watched -Mis!' FANXIK kL'MPE,10.i2: : Chester St., IJttlo look, Ark. (Dec. 10, 1000.; further particulars,
a
to Tennessee In October closely, as the little fellows sometimesget > Lydia E. IMiikham's address C,
steps planted MrCook. had been killed during; the Vegetable Compound will cure OilY
his army at 'Murfreesboro. dispatched Kentucky Invasion and his uncle and over on their bucks and unless assisted woman in the land who suffers from womb troubles! inflammation Care ADVOCATE, THiisvillo\ Fla.

a force to capture Nashville, father, together: ,with several brothers to their fret will die. The greatest of the ovaries, kidney trouble" nervous excitability, nervous

then held by a small Federal gurrUou. and cousins, were serving In the. Fed- drawback! we experienced was that prostration, and, all forma of 'VOIUUl1'SIeclal/ ills. ICT" The ADVOCATE does job printing.

But Itosecruna came to the Held full of eral camps the lots were Inclosed with picket

I fight and rushed his advance columns For leader of the left wing Rose fences and they would sometimes get :

across the Kentucky: border to Nash crans chose General Thomas L. Crlt- stuck fast between pickets. The only

ville. The fresh troops reached the I tenden, the noted Kentuckian. Among objection I have to geese Is they will

scene In time to repulse a strong attack Ills own people Crtttenden was known kill the grass.

by Confederate Infantry supported as Tom, for the family was large and' About! time for hatching I take a
by Forrest's< cavalry. This affair basin of warm water and put in two

was the chief Incident of the so called or three eggs at it time; can tee them
kick If nllve. It also ttoftens the shell. 4
siege of Nashville, In so fur as the i
main line of defense was concerned.But They lire longer In coining out after wssom

the Confederates didn't rest with pipping the egg than a chick generally ,

simply a show of strength In front of twenty-four 1I0m'14.8 sown as shell U

the Nashville defenses. With Nush- pipped all around I take them In the

villo as a base the Federals relied upon house and put In a liosf' and cover '.

railway communications with Louisville warmly until dry This necessitates '

and upon those the southern cavalry looking after them frequently! as the t A NEW INVENTION.

a made numerous raids. The noted hens are apt to mush them If left on .

John II. :Morgan dashed upon the post r next. On account of drought and hot

at Hartsvllle, Tenn., one night and weather we lost several half grown

captured a whole Federal brigade. At ones lustear.A.. B. Gore in Farm Recently Patented all Over the World.
the same time Joe Wheeler raided the and Home.

territory west of the Hue. But in spite YOU KNOW WHAT IOU ARE TAKINO
of raids and forays lu the rear Rose-
"I do not look as When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill
crans opened the road to Louisville and The Walton
Tonlo because the formula is plainly
kept it open, meanwhile reorganizing though I ever was'sick" printed on every bottle showing that It Is .

his new army for an attack uponBragg's imgly Iron and Quinine In a tasteless

principal camp. fo.'m. No cure, yo PI1Octa./ .
The Army of the Cumberland as It When a woman is sick she falls off in Self-Locking Tackle Block. '

came Into Itonecrans' bands was a mot- looks. This is particularly the case "Tfc. Morning After.

ley mass of troops. In the scare cfnragg' when she suffers from diseases peculiarto Alice (finding a toll of bills under herplate.You
her sex. Not only is her strength Made In various shapes and sizes, of
invasion new regiments in the
late Ar-
out
were awfully ,
undermined, but she loses beauty of WOOD
IRON
and BRONZE. "Will
,
in Ohio and had been 1'
camps Kentucky face and of form.It thur. Is this conscience money?
grace
rushed to the front to fill In veteran is characteristic of the cures of 'Arthur (timidly from behind his work equally well with rope, chain or

brigades. There was a nucleus of old womanly diseases effected by the use of newspaper-No, my dear; bush money. wire rope. .

troops that had been with Buell at Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, that Puck. Will work at any height, upside down,

Shiloh, but divisions and brigades bad with restored health there is a restoration horizontally, or at any angle, and will
been changed old leaders had been of'good looks. WantedWe and
stop lockat| any point.
lost in battle, and the army which bad Favorite Prescription establishes I
fallen back In haste across Tennessee regularity, dries weakening; drains, heals would like to ask, through the columns Invaluable for every kind of business
inflammation and ulceration and cures of your paper If there is any per where is needed
to the ablock:
center of Kentucky in the face has frequently saving -
Flower
female weakness. son who used Oreeo'sAugu8t
of advancing Confederates and fought "I wish to thank you for the good your medicine for the cure of Indigestion Dyspepsia, the labor of one man or more.' .,

heroically without scoring a great vic- have done n.e."write Mr. Matt Drown ot and Liver Troubles that has not been :Nothing like it for hanging stretchIng
or
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troubled with
Fulton Co. 111 I
Canton *
'q
-i ,
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tory at Ferryvtlle needed reorganization female....kn.... and doctored with ceverat different cured-and we also mean their results, ;wr,, ?, r.r I I' wu wires.
before it could go forward to af- loctor. They did not seem to .. such as sour stomach, fermentation of I I

lick a foe in his chosen stronghold. lion indeed and I got displacement worse. alt the of the time.uteru I h.d. What uler 1.utf" food, habitual costiveness, nervous dyspepsia 'I I I'' II 1 Address all communications to P + .

Ilosecrans came to his new army and ",,, no tongue can tell. I had heavy bear headaches, despondent feelings, l r '
new enterprise fresh from'a great trl- ing-down 1d"\:: : thought rny back would sleeplessness fact, any trouble con I'' Capt. J. O. WALTON, Inventor. '
kill me. a very bad drain, but alter nected with the stomach or liver? This III'it
mph at Corinth Oct. 3 and 4. In repulsing taking five bottle" of Favorite' Prescrition'and 133 St. St. Boston
medicine has been sold for In ( t Botolph Mass.
the Confederates under Earl three of Golden Medical! Discovery* I am many :ynars ( i f '1
feeling*welt a* "ever. It ha* been almoit two all civilized countries, and we wish to I
Van Dorn and Sterling Price, Rosa year and I have had no return of the trouble. correspond with and send ODe of i ,; ; +II i iI Factory at the American Construction
you I
you r
crans had probably saved the fruits of warn Sly friend ick.". tell me I don't look aa though I ever our books free of cost. If yon never tried wl I I I I Co's. building;\ Atlantic Ave., Boatoa.rI p'l' I''' iii

Donelson and Shiloh in the west. When Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical August Flower, try one bottle first. We a,! .'i I I.. u I,4V 1 '

Corinth was fought. Grant was tied Adviser, paper covers, is sent frtf on have never known of its falling. If so, of l Irr
;,at '?, Sample Blocks can be at the W ;
up therewith: a large army, while receipt of ai one-cent stamps to pay something more serious Is the matter ,,111' n seen ADVOCATE V o
,
i Buell was confronted In Kentucky expense of mailing only. Address Dr. with you. Ask your oldest druggist.: i office, Titusville. I! f II111i i'' II '

4', Oyiilgturgyce: .?*.Confederates>i- R. V Pierce Buffalo, N. Y. -. G. O. GBKKX, Woodbury, N. J.



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RHEUMATISMCURED DUCK RAIoi\Q. SHE HAD HER WAY. A DUCK BATH.. -

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M. BOBBINS, A I'rofltakbl Daalne If Conducted Tire Story of a ........nl. llnrket and aAnrpnntlo .
CEO. It intended For a City lot Wbleb
on correct Lluee.Duolirf Maiden D
Hift ytn Sewer Connect lonn. I
AT
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR LAST are not as l good foragers aa She; was n demure looking. girl young' I send you a description of a duck

AT-LAW. hens nor such proliac: layers. Unless end slight and her hnlr! clung to her bath that may be used on a city lot
fed cud sold tttrefully they are not forehead in babyish little rings. In''
which has no connection. It la
in State and United State Good sewer
will practice News For All Who Surfer her hand she bl"lrlI tennis racket.
\
Court. very profitable. Owing to the artificial I very cheap to make, writes frank i
With Rheumatism Free. condltloua under which the Pclilns are Throe of the strings were "sprung." Klpp to Reliable Poultry Journal. ,

Office at TITUBYILLB:, FLA- To all who suffer with Rheumatism I tcnred they are powerless to provide She explained t to the siilesninu lu the First, take an old burrel and knock I Ii

will gladly send free the wonderful story themselves with the kind of food and big sporting gooda house Unit the ruckvt out the bottom. Dig o hole five feet

OACLDEN, of how my mother war cured after year (IUIII'tenvblcb their Instincts call for. was an expensive: ; one; yiat it burl deep and put the open eta! of the barrel
D.L. broken at the first trial that the fact .
suffering, together with the ;
most elaborate down. Then make the box to suit Oa
treatise They have to eat what Is pl'ovltletlonlJ of Its having done no had caused her
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW on Kuenmatlsm ever pub- yourself, but mine Is 4 by (1 t feet and
lished. sleep where they are put. The food much annoyance, as she had bought It
a foot high. Cut a 1V& Inch hole In the
Will practice In all the Courts of the State No mutter what your form of Rheuma- therefore, must be such as will give for n birthday present. lu conclusionshe

ot Florida, and the United States Courts. tism Is, whether acute, chronic, muscu- best results and the sleeping room was here to return It.

I'.O Doa 238. TITUSVILLE, FCA.T lar, liilUmmattiry, deformant, sciatic, kept clean dry and nell ventlluteJ. The salesman noted the babyish 1 :171 r L"t r
neuralgia, gout, lumbago, etc-no mat- curls, and, adopting the niiinnor of a a I hiv hid occasion to ass your
ter how for while ducks\ thrive in moist sand
many doctors have failed In bored but rather good natured cat to f Binck-Dr.ught Stock and Poultry McdI.
," J. WEBB, your CI\Re-no matter how socalled and in the water ut day, they will not
many nn irresponsible kitten, he promised to cine and am pleased to BaY that I never
r. "sure cures" have Btuucl dirt vuntlhit'.on: at
you tried-I want you damp or poor I
i wed for stock that
have anything
the racket half.
4' TORNEY-AT-LAW, to write to me and let me tell you how : night; also they require' a shelter from reHtruug. gays .
latlar ctlon. I
mother "Hut I don't want It rest rung, unit good heartily rccom.
was cured.I .
Will In the the BUU. If exposed to Its direct rays, I mend It to all of
practice Courts of the 7th am neither a. Doctor nor a Professor I the girl. "I want a new one i owner itock.
they become blind, lose appetite and
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resident simply a plain, man of business-but I "Oh, but I can't give you a new one." roar/ J. B. BBLSHER. St. Louie' Mo 4
and rents and accounts collected. have a CURE for Rheumatism, and I are very diillcult to fatten. The small mild the clerk reprovingly. "This one Giwn -_ I I i la Sick stock or poultry should not ,
have and die.
birds
vertigo
Trr0sniXK, .. FLORIDA. want to tell everyone who suffers with frequently hasbvuu used" eat cheap stock food any more than
Rheumatism all about It. I wish to be At Clovernook duck ranch they train "Yes," said the girl meekly; "It has J sick persona should expect to be I

clearly understood, and trust that all hop vines into arbors over the yards been used, and therein was my mistake I cared by too.!. When your stock ;
A.D.. PENNEY who are suffering with this terrible din i The vines grow forty feet In a short You nee, I fancied I had bough ; 'Vf w wiast. 1 and poultry are sick give them med-

ease, however apparently beyond the i, time, make a' cool. dense shade and a tennis racket and so described it to icine. Don't stuff them with worth !
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW reach of cure, wlU l write to me this day are very beautiful, especially when In lean stock food Unload the bowels
and I will send you by return mall this bloom; also the giant Russian sunflower the recipient lie foolishly believed 1 and Btir up the torpid liver and the

TITCSVILI.K, FLORIDA work of mine. I appeal especially to tile is grown In lanes and hedges. It me and used It. Had we both known TUB iiATUTOIi IN I'LACK. I animal 1 will be cured if it be possible
"chronically ill" who are wearied and that your firm was charging $7 for pa to cure it. Diode-Draught Stock: I
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th discouraged with "doctoring" and to : quickly attains a tropical luxurianceand pier macho 'souvenirs fashioned after middle\ of the bottom and then get two and Poultry Medicine unloads the i

Judicial! Circuit those who have been cast aside as "In I Is especially; satisfactory where the form of a racket, why be would 1% inch flanges and two pieces of 1V& bowels. and stirs up the torpid liver.

curable. All you have thought about yards are often changed. Fruit trees have put it upon his wall as a decoralion. inch pipe, one piece being fourteen It cures every malady of stock if

Rheumatism may be wrong. Let me tell and grapevines also throw a One shad. Yes," she continued politely; "I Inches long and the other ten Inches. taken in time. Secure a 23-cnnt can

G.AFKO8T, you our experience Surely you have ''ow. It Is well to plant an jpccasiona admit we erred In using It." And she Take the longer piece and a flange and of Ulftck-Draught Stock and Poultry

eATTORNEYATLAW Rheumatism, or have a suffering friend, crop on tbe duck grounds. Last year smiled prettily. crow them together and thou screwIt Medicine and It will pay for itself ton
It will pay you to investigate my offer, they cut four heavy growths of clover timesover. Horses work better. Cows
\ Then she gave her address and to the bottom of the box. Then i milk.
give more
logs flesh.
1| Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th claims anyway 1, make.and prove for yourself these from a yard thus seeded down. walked out. The next day the firm put about a foot of earth on top of the And hens lay more eggs. It gain solves the
,
I .Judicial Circuit. Bend me your address to-day-a postal Now as to care and food there is sent a new racket.-New York Times barrel and set your box down In too problem of making; as much blood,

!j TrrusviLiot, FLOKIDA card will do-and I will mall you this no fowl that responds so promptly to ground that the top Is even with the flesh and energy ass posnibla out of:
I wonderful story. If you have any : good care and food as does the Pckln The) Italnltovr. surface of the ground. Screw a flange the smallest amount of food con-

S friends suffering with Rheumatism no duck nor any bird whoso size and egg When a ray of sunlight falls on a on the Inside of tile box over the hole, sumed. Buy a can from your dealer.

FREDERICK A. MORGAN, matter where located send me their) production are so completely under raindrop, it Is refracted; then part ot I the same aa the other, and screw the

i I address, and I Will mall them a copy. human control. The breeding flock requires the light la reflected from the Internal ten Ineb piece of pipe lu so that you
Abstracts of Title. My address is VICTOU I JAIN BOLT. the ydar round as near a "free
I surface and again refracted on leaving can unscrew It to let out the water In
j I REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, Bloomfield Ind.FACTORY range" as circumstances will admit : tile drip: The white sunlight U not I order to clean the box. nun the inlet

Loans, Notary Public. and where streams, lakes or ponds are I only refracted when it enters and pipe marked "F" as near to the h. ,

Collections\ AT PORT ORANGE, available the ducks enjoy a special; leaves the drop but dispersion also dmnt or source of water supply as DO YOU GET UP

Typewriting, Stenography happy time. When they do not have takes place The eye sees bright clr possible, so that a hose can be attached -

TITUSVILLE, FLA. Prof. James Gresham, a noted chemist them, they grub around and are fairly; clew' of \light for each kind of Unlit and and the water allowed to run In tOt WITH A LAME BACK ?

of Brooklyn, has been In Daytona for the well contented but their grimy*feathers since sunlight is luiule up of dlffereu fifteen to twenty minutes each day, so

O. A. FRO T. WADE II. JONES. past few weeks. Prof. Gresham has pur- contrast unfavorably with the milk kinds of homogeneous light we gut a that the box will be tilled with clear
chased a site at Port Orange for a factory white plumage of their more favored series of circular arcs, showing the water. Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.

FROST & JONES, where he will extract material from palmetto sisters. It Is a pathetic, though Inter. spectrum colors, the red being outside I keep a few ducks and they thoroughly .
aDd other Florida products to be estlng. night to watch birds that have and the other colors following In the enjoy their bath. Almost'everybody who reads the news-
used in the pipers Is sure to know of the wonderful '
REAL ESTATE,AND manufacture of powerful ex drink The ,
INSURANCE, never seen water outside their order! of defendingvuve length.
mad ,
plosives.Woik. cures by Dr.
Loans and Collections. on the building was commenced Ing fountains go through all the motions whole! constitutes a primary; rnluliow nest liniment on I nrth.I. t! "I Iii Kilmer's Swamp-Root. : .I

Tirusvi'ttB Wednesday, and two carloads of machinery of taking a bath even to the A Heeondary bow Is", vouietlines seen Mcltany: Greenville Tex., writes, tho croat kidney liver !
r FLOIUIA. movements and the outside the fli'Ht. Till la. formed by li. and bladder
graceful diving
remedy.
are already on the ground and several Nov. :a, 11)1)0) : "I had ihoiinmllirai last .
more carloads are expected shortly. throwing of spray from bead and, the light being! twice rellwted Inside winter was down In bed six weeks; tried : t' It U the great medical

S *KO. A. WORLEY, To the Oazatto-News the noted chemist \vings.! Country> Life In America. the rnlndrops. The loss refrangiblerays everything, but got(: no relief, till a friend tJj triumph of the nine I

stated that between fifty and sixty men arc on the inner side. Itulnbow gave me a part of a bottle of Ballnrd'a 1 teenth century; dts> "I

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. would employed as soon as the factory; Worm Destroyer due to still more Interim! rellectlon Snow Liniment. I used It, and got two 1 to covered after years of

General practice in State and Foderal Is completed.. White's Cream Vermifuge not only; are too feeble to be observed. It 1 I" more bottles. It cured me and 1 haven'tfelt ,ll I scientific Dr. Kilmer research, the emi by
Courts.. 1'iof. Gresham is the inventor of an any rheumatism since. I can recommend .
All
business entrusted will kills worms, but removes the mucus and possible to get n white rainbow If the nent kidney and bladder -
receive, prompt attention. explosive more powerful than any other slime, In which they build their nests; sun Is clouded or If there U a mixtureof Snow Liniment to be the beat" 1'nl- specialist, and Is
known. the ment earth for rheumatism. For
During SpanishAmericanwar on
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate, he fired small charge at Santiago It brings: and quickly, healthy eondl raindrops of very different sizes rheumatic sciatic neuralgic: pains,rubin wonderfully successful In promptly! curing
Miami. tlon of the body, where worms cannot : tame back, kidney, bladder urlo acid ,
trou
and It shattered all the windows In the Mallards Snow Liniment, you will\ not
exist :2Gcts! at B. R. Wilson & Son's.HlKhrrnr I
MIAMI FLORIOA. bles and Bright'! Dlseuo which Is the worxl'
Precaution ,
city, besides blowing eleven feet oil the Lightnlag softer lonp:, but will be gratified with a
end of one of the Spanish boats. A An (electrical( engineer declares that speedy and effective cure. :tMo, GOO amt form of kidney trouble. -...I"..i 'J ,

JACKSONVILLE LABOR AGENCY smokeless gunpowder Is another of his )IIDt.. the renter of the room Is the safes H at 13. U, Wilson A Son Dr. Kilmer Swnmp.Root is not reo-
& EMPLOYMENT A hard surface well rounded so that ommended for everything but If have
] OFFICE.A. n ven il ms.-D.)tona Gazette-News. place from lightning."Tliwe you kidney
the. water will run off quickly la the liver or bladder trouble It will be found
:M. BECK. Is constant tendency! the 'd' '
u on
"('('rpt of n good road says/ the New No Covknar Plan. just: the remedy you need. 1 11 t has been tested
Shipping Master, Executor' Notice.To York Tribune. Attention nftir a road port of Uu flectfiClty In the sky to There are no ironclad rul....In poultry In so many ways In hospital work In private
Hotel help a reach the ground." he suy''. "'1'0 do thin I the .
specialty. Is once permanently built la Imperative, keeping. One person succeeds bestone practice, among helpless too poor to pur.chaia
10-South Laura Ht.JACICSONVK.I.K all whom It may concern: it meat hnve u conductor. Atiuospnerli relief and has proved so successful
and another lu another
so that tbe washed out places and depressions way pernon -
FLOIHDA. H HEREBY 1VKV THAT MIX electricityulwuys follows the every case that a special arrangement has
NOTICE from tho date of thin notice I will where water stands way tie outside of the conductor or agency wny. Pens from good laying strains bean made by which all readers of this paper ,
reams my t\ual..c'JOIIDtIt to the Honorable will lay rcninrknbly well season and
repaired. A little timely work one
.\. D "enney.Comity ,Ju.ll\'e In and for /lr..ar.1 that I leads. It to the ground. That's1 who have not already tried It, may have a
STEPHEN ,E. FOSTER, County, State of Flnriila, and' alil.ll..frl: i 'ttora keep a road In good shape. why the middle of tho room la safest another season under the same or bet sample bottle sent free by mall, also a book
of UUmlBBitl a* executor H. imJeop Great loss has often been occasioned ter treatment do not pay expenses. telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
hUB of the of Hravan during! electrical
n County Bute of an storm.
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, b'Iortdu.Uecuaaed. through temporary and unskillful fixing '.But this Idea Is to keep right on, and find out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
"I know of number of Instanceswhere
TORN SORENSEN!: of roads and the erection of flimsy u :yon will find that lots. of good comes When writing mention reading this generous\ I
: Sims Kxeoutor( of Estate of llaim Jepinen. u bolt of lightning followed .."
Building .. "
offer this
with the had. Success does not comewithout In and. ::
and tnsiifllclent culverts and bridges paper
Jensen, FIsov.IS, imji' I a ui 6-im ,
the walls of It all
a room burning on
send address ,
JAC'K80NVILLIC. to
FLA. It Is poor economy to erect anything ,nn effort., your
tour sides while the people In It, 1'l'lnltawuy Dr, Kilmer CoBlng
Notice.ALt hut permanent: structures, built to last '
from the walla, were only slightly hamton, N. Y. The
nnd stand the severest tests. "'r..* eynttathr.TomWhy }
GEORGE w. ALLEN, shocked. That Is the only Bate pre- regular fifty cent and Horn at si-a.
CONCERNED TAKE NOTICE TH4T Burned gumbo is a very serviceable caution known to science" so melancholy old manY dollar sizes are sold by all good druggists.Knolvn .
*. f. Krown, an 8U TlJT and ex-Otnekr roads. It Jock-Miss Jones rejected me lust
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Admlnlnrtauir the Estate!: J.C. Krlnk material for use on country
KEY WEST FLORIDA. deceased,linn tlleil hln >u>iceiitlnn in writing of Is not as durable as crushed stone butIs De.irne" Cannot lie Curedby night.
the or the eHtAte of sold. ileneiiredL'litirefore .
: Insolvency Tom-Well, brace up. There are
dirt.
Will practice In the United tates a I purtons having ftl.ilHIM, airalniit salt superior to local applications\ ftll they cannot others.
:and State Courts. eitate me hereby reqnl,1 to appear!, and (tie Every one who wants a good rond reach the dlneaxod portion of the ear, t s
OJunOS
thom; properly! autliontluated in oil Court on or .1..I.kY". of pours; but somehow I Icuti't
borne the 4ih ilnv. or April l 1fU.! ought\ to want- It bad enough to help It. There Is only one way to cure lel&rn.I1",
I Ordered. thin !27lli day of Hujitamlier, A. D.1903. It ninUos difference what n person and that IN by constitutional remedies help'| feelliiic sorry for the poor

N s- BURNIIAM, M. t>. [Seal] A. I>, I'MiaEY, does whether" lie I III n merchant pro Deafness Is caused by Inflamed condl ghir chicugo :News a

.. lum-27inur County Judge.; fp-i'o"tl., : fnrvicr or lilt hllnlc. be In tlon of the nuooiis. lining of the Eustachlsn .
Tube. When thin tube gets inflamed A )) Month.
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, t-p-if'Mpd' liy ;.;'cxx! ronds. IUJ&eroIlH
you have a rumbling sound or This Is. the month of colds. and and solttnbhereber
Ear Nose and Throat. Imperfect hearlnff and when It Is entirely coughs
The Rent ltein ly for Croup.
colds good
catarrh. On catch ?
you easily crops
!
VirginiaHomesYou cloned) Deafness Is the result, and unlesi
WES, ,PALM! ,BEACH. FC.OKIDA. (From tbe Atchison, Kan., Dally Globe]) the Inflammation can be taken out and Find yourself hoarse, with a tickling; In are grolvn
'. 'l'bllllll tbe season when the woman who this tube restored tolls normal condition, your throat and an annoying bough at
nouonTox's knows the best remedies for croup Is It heRring will be destl'Oyecllttrenr; nine night? Then you should always hare Sold v.rywher..

DR. learn all about Virginia Lands, demand In every neighborhood. One of! cases nut of ten are caused by catarrh, handy, a bottle of liallard's llorehound epee Annual FREE.D. .
Its products mode of cultivation the mont terrible thiuwt In the world Is to Syrup. J. A. Anderson :I i.YJ; West Mh Ht.
,resources, which In nothing: but an Inllitned condition M. FIRRY A 00.
FLOATING DENTAL APARTMENTSon prices. etc., by rending; tbe he awakened In the middle of the nightby / of the mucous surfaces.' Halt Lake City, write: "We use lint.lard's Detroit' ,
Virgin I Farmer. Send lOcts. a whoop from nnn of the children We will give One II u ml mil Dollars for Ilnrelmiind Syrup for coughs and Mich. t +
,the "Dentos, The remedies me almost aa sure to ooldH. It Rives: Immediate relief. We
c for H month subscription to the croup any cites of Deafness (canned by catarrh,])
Now AT PALM EACI.I. Farmer Vo.,*Emporla, Va.KIDNEY be lost In case of croup, as a revolver la hat cannot be cured by Kail's Catn.irh know It's the best remedy\ for these trou. .
sure to be lost in case of burglais. There Cure Send circulars, free. bles. I write this to Induce other people
UHedto be an old fashioned remedy for F. .1. OIIKNKY ('0. Toledo 0Jr"'Solll to try this pleannnt and efficient rem The Largest and Most Com.
Live and .olu bIll arty" 23o: COo and *1 at Wilson A Son's.A ,
Foley's Kidney Cure oroup, known as syrup :( bv all Driiffglst: 7 o.HaU' Diets Establishment South.

makes kidneys end bladder right.WANTEDA. some mothers say that Chamberlain'sCough Family Pills are the bosf.
Remedy Is better and does not
-1/ / 1".t'rllo. Frvitlc. GEO S. HACKER &
Cost. HO much. It causes the patient to SON
.. TRUSTWORTHY in OENTLB- "throw up the phlegm" flicker, and Too C.ol. Mannjrcr-\Vlmt Is' the matter with

busln.....for an old estabIaaled house manage ofolid gives relief In a shorter time. Give this .'Oh. Major Uloo jtore," Bald girlish the glass l'nt"r7ANtlh.toutlIe
flnannlal Btflnillna A strmlttlit, bona fide ;* MaaJ remedy.. soon as the croupy cough appears gusher "tbey say that during the war In "t'ttJ'IIl'too tony.
weekly Wednesday caab with salary all of expenses*I8,no" paid direct by from check head each and It will prevent the attack. It you were always cool In action." Maimutr-I How HO?

quarters.) Money advanced for expense Man- never' falls and Is pleasant and safe tq "CooU"! declared the major. "''.hr. J\Jlslllihlnt-lI. "'fult('. to ant any R
"K r,340 Coxtou llldif, Chlcatco. SjanS, / ta ke. For sale by all druggists and m4K1- .
J7q ; my dear girl I was no cool that wben i thing 'but cut kiiiHM.-rUluidelphlu\ Kef

BANNER SALVEthe Iclne dealers. shivered p ople lOHlnuntod that I wan ord. _

f ei'UtldryH"' V Le._... In lt..adl>all most healing salve In the world. teach tbe west road-
To help great
H ,*HnMU'O &iq: building President J. J. Hill of tbe A.......... itching humors I2czeinaf f+" P

6O "YEARS'EXPERIENCE Great Northern railway has placed' a Sarah-Mr. Illppler says that be I. s Scrof ula, I'He. I

.Qddt6lc s/w niitK-lal train at the disposal\ of tbe agricultural -- confirmed bachelor. Send no money-simply write and try
c... -department. The train will Susie-Hut he didn't say that every totonle<< Blood Balm at our expense A

,brnrirt'. cnrry a corps of engineer clerks, rond- girl In town had llllfi ted In confirming personal trial of liloixi Balm Is better

builders and roudbulldlng machinery, Him, did Indianapolis News., ban .s> thousand printed testimonials' so MANUFACTURERS OF i
a under the' direction of !former" Senator lon't hesitate to write\ fora free sample

Mnrtln DOdge of Ohio. The chief aim Some men take pains naturally, and If you suffer from ulcers eczema,.crofila Doors Sash Blinds y

will be to show what can l he done with some (give them tbe same wny.-Cbicsgo blood poison, cancer bola eating sores, ,
TRACK MARKS telling skin pimples bone pains
,
y DESIGN DISEASES neb road material as cnn be found In News.A welling" rilellmatillin. catarrh, or any Etc( aiding & BuIldIng !Material
wvt COPYRIGHTS &C.AnvrnaMHMllns the vicinity of the various towns and blood or skin. dlneasv, we advise. you to

C, ;tijiw: erlIn: :our a(ketch opinion and free description whether: mmic anI'lTRiitmn cities to be vlalted. Introducing practical child of Mrs Oeo. T. ttonaon, when take Hotanlo Blood Balm (B. II. II,). Cfflcoit Waierooms King, opposite

me et rlrtlyrnnrdenaol leproMbl: :?p.mnmbla.. tndhookon(onmiuolri on Patent are the most fatal of all dis rand machinery and tbe mont Improved getting; his usual. Saturday night bath: Cspeclslly recommended for pfd! obstl Cannon Street.Charleston .
tent frp i>ld.ct ..."nap for.eeurmgyatew. methods of rond construction. iteppnd back against a hot stove which nate deep seated oases of malignant
ape C hd l..nu natld txken, wlttntutchnrao tlifinult )lunu, la tbe*: <.a r.tavS eases. burped him, severely The child was In blood or skin diseases, because Hotanlo S. C..
Stops the Cough great agony; and his mother could do Hood Halm: (U. U. II.) kill the poison In

Scleniific .mcrfcam. KIDNEY CURE IIIOuai23t2Jd ami works off the Cold. nothing to pacify him. Remembering the blood, cares where all else falls,heals Sash Weights Cord and

A hptnilwimelr IIInnfrt .....kly. Tjir.r.Ml III... fOLEY'S flamed Tablets hat she had a bottle of Chamberlain's very sore, makes the ,blood pure and ,
.*ttatkn, of any nl. 1 arm*, 19.year. Laxative Dromo-Qulnloe cure a Pain Halm la the house, she thought she rich elves the skin the rich glow of
Mot n ontJ ..ra.t.iui: n.wedeal.r.. old in one day. No Cure, No Pay Hardware.
I would try It. In less than half an hour health. II. II. II, the roost perfect blood
MUNN & Ca.9e1BIy'NewYork or money refunded. Contains Price 23ots. after applying Ik!; the child was quiet and purifier male Thoroughly tasted for.'H:

Braoctt Offloe.IBS F st.Wm.hlB.loo.IX C. by emi- asleep, and In less than two weeks was ears. Costs $1 per Urge bottle at drug Window and Fancy Class
remedies recognized 4v well. Mrs. Reason Is a nutlMcnowo resl- .t<<.rell. To prove It antes, sample of '
OLD LEAD FOR SALE. I In,an1 quantl- nent physicians as the best lot dent of Kellar, Va. Pain Balm I I" anntlieptio Hood Balm sent by writing Bloat Balm A SPECIALTY. I

ty at the APVOCATB: office. Bladder troubles. liniment and especially valuable Co Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble andre -
Kidney and Tile signature I. on evny bee of tb. genuine for burns, outs, brutes and sprains medical advice. sent In seated' letter.
Foley's Honey and Tar PRICE 5Oc. &ad $1(10. Laxative Brorao-Quinine Tabl.ta For sale by druggists and me/llclne deal- ryTbls; Is so honest offer-medicines Foley's Honey and TnI'fo"

cures olds, prevents pneumonia. n. ic. WILSON &: so>. the remedy that cures cow l. oN day en nt at once, prepaid. hI14nn.SIIl ,.u No opl".tes.EAST .



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'if;;. 4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 1\OVEMI3ER 28. 1902. '

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PKITCHABD President; WM. M. BRoWN, Vlce-P
JAMES. >
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. EAST COAST TOURIST SEASON. ", S. SCUUTLKH, Cashier. W. S. BBANSWO, Asst. Cashier. 81reatC


The tourist seas n Is now commencing RIVER STATE
A WIBSLT JOITa-BAt, DEVOTED TO THE BBTBti INDIAN BANK
orlllllllT j or TRII INDIAN RIVER, LAEBWOBTH on the East Coast and

AND BIIKU.YVI BAT SBOTIOIIS. throughout the whole of Florida ,

there is a feeling that this will be i HealthFOR COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

r PUBLISHED KVBliY 7BIDAY. one of the greatest seasons on record A QUARTER I Authorized capital $1 i on.con

I -that the tourist business will Paid capital ..
up
1 -
CSARLS H. WA .TO., Editor & PiibllsUer.Dlaoontlmiance $25,000
eclipse previous winters. Already, people who have torpid livers find lite a mUer- Average deposits. $ i 00,000''
/able exfetenoe, and take purges tad drastic drug
of advt. must be made per.ally we are recefving numerous letters u0N's
and bowels, when
.. at this office or by writing. from all over the north, asking for which a gentle gripe erhto tbe U er tp do tits a teed VY
Transacts
particulars about the East Coast PILLS a General Banking

Ghent,etc., may be made payable to CBABJLM hotels and we are pleased to note LIVER \| ..--' a
H. WALTON,pnbliher. !
that our people are making careful ANTONIO PELLETS Business.

and elaborate' for the
Address all communications to preparations
EAST OOA8T ADVOCATE, accommodation and amusement of are, mild In their action. Th< pills stimulate the liver to its] Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
T1Tnev1LLa. :FLORIDA. proper work, and tha pellets Invigorate the system as a ,

'_____...__ _n _n' _________ our winter guests. Tourist rates whole; ia inert, they both assist Nature, which is all a y ? l Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign
will be very liberal on the, railroads medicine should do. Remember that 25 doeee for 29 Countries.
of
Agriculture
U. S. Department
and steamboats in Florida, and lays costs 28o. You can hare a free sample U apprecfated- .

Weather ;llureuu-Jupiter, Fla. comfort and luxury will be you want It. v Patronage; Prompt service pooh I
every aw. ? treatment*and every favor consistentwith 00.

t *The following{is a comparative statement possible for those who travel from BROWN MFd. CO. e rvative banking granted. '

of temperature and rainfall for the the North East and West to Flor- New York r CORRESPONDENTS
Seaboard National Bank of New
week ending: Tuesday NOT. 25, 1002. ida this winter. The Southern Rail- and Qreeneville, x National Bank of Jacksonville, :Fla. York. ant

-1002- -1001I I the 12th of January Tenn.
way Company, on ; T'L
DATS. MAT. MIN. MAX. MIN. rr1TTJS'v-ILLC, ..

10 84 71 75 49 will commence running their ._
4v ----- : :
20 83 71 OS 63 celebrated "Southern Palm Limi ;

21 81 .76 70 48 ted" from New York to St. Augustine FUEL AND SUPPLY
SOUTHERN COMPANY
22 81 71 75 07 ; ,and in addition to these mag, THIS
23: 70 68 7060
64 71 65 ni cent railway palaces, word comes
21 81
t Sold M. It.
( 7t 60 to the ADVOCATE office that Chicago by: WILSON" SON. TITUSVJLI.E. .
23 82 CO .. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Total rainfall for the week: 0.06 will send out a "millionaire's train" ,

Dtpa-turo from normal rainfall for the I to run between Chicago and Jacksonville hold, own mortgage, sell or otherwise disposeof by-law of this Corporation to fix the amount to I .
week: minus 0.67 Inches. Departurefrom trade deal lu and deal with the name. lie reserved as working;' capital to authorize and "
normal rainfall since January lj and St. Augustine, This (c) To acquire and undertake the goodwill cause to be executed bonds mortgages and Hens
property, \ franchises and assets of every to tbo extent of One Hundred Thousand(100,000)) Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
new train will be placed in service liabilities ,,.
minus 10.66 Inches. kind and the of any pe..on.llrm.. association Dollars. upon the real and personal property; of ,
UAL, P. UARDIN, Observer., by the Eastern Illinois Railway' or corporation, either wholly) or partly, tills corporation. '
and to pay" for the samoln cash,stock ot the corporation With In
the consent writing:, rnd to
pursuant Offices foot of Jacksonville Florida.
Street
Hogan Telephone No.
'-------- Company about the first week in bond* or otherwise. the vote of the holders a majority the stock 262.
(d) To enter Into, make perform and carryout Issued and outstanding,the Directors shall have
WHITE CITY la said, to be rapidly January and it will make the trip contracts of every kind and for any lawful (towers and authority to sell assign, transfer or J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.

forging ahead for It ia becoming a between Chicago and Jacksonvillein corporation.e purpose with. any person firm, association or otherwise dispose of. the property of this Corporation ,
as an entirety.The .
pineapple center BS well aa a good; thirty hours. The constructionand ( ; To draw make accept, endorse,discount, Directors may from time to time determine "---
execute and Issue proinlimory notes, bills of exchange whether and to what extent and at what
vegetable growing section. With equipment of'this train will it warrants IwndH. debentures aid othernegotiable times and places. ,and under what condition and
fine and grapefruit is said, cost a million dollars. ortr transferableinstruments.{ regulation*tbe account and books of the Cor MeMurray & Baker
orange groves, (?) for register;\ purchase or otherwise or any of them shall. be opened to the
and their extensive vegetable farms, The officials of the Florida East acquire, and to hold own cue and operate, r.or"tlon. of the Stockholders abut every Stock ,
and to..lI.assign, grant license In respect of, hoidernhall have the right of Inspecting: the
White City's residents' ought to be Coast Railway Company do not : or otherwise dtanose of a id dual with and turn' stock and transfer books of the Corporation at
\ putting Quite a few dollars: aside like to be behind when it comes to account any and all Inventions, Improvements all times during business. hours at the, main of- 401-4:13: East Jluy Street. Jacksonville Florida.
formulae. processes trade names and trademarks lice of the Company at Titusville Florida."
"for a rainy day" studying the comforts of their patrons ,copyrights, letters p&te"lot the United Tim Hoard of Directors may by resolution
States and of or all foreign countries, and --Makers and Jobbers of-
for besides making considerable any passed b; a majority vote of the whole Hoard
; :
parent right of all kinds.g eslgnate two or more of their number to constitute .
MATCH D. U. Fletcher of Jacksonville improvements along\ the ( ) To conduct business In any of the States, an executive" committee which committee -
Territories. Colonies or Dep mlonclofl of the shall for the time being:, an provided lu said
has given special instructions line of the East Coast they have United States, In the Dlstrlut of Columbia' and resolution or In the by-law of said Corporation Vehicles Harness. Carriage and Wagon Material
decided reduce the in any and all foreign countries, to have one or have and exercise all the powers of the KoHrtl of ,
4 to the police to see that the to passenger more offices therein to hol-i, purchase. mortgage Directors In the management cf the businessand
ordinance in regard to throwing rates all over their system to three and convey real and personal' property, affairs. of the Compuny, which may be lawfully Saddlery Rubber Tires.
without limit a* to amount in any such l>Mints delegated and have. power to authorize the
waste paper on the streets be en. cents per mile, and this will go into Territory. Colony Dependency, IJIstnot or Kor4lgn '- seal of the Corporation to be affixed to all paper

forced Would it not be a good effect on the 25th of December- Country. but always subject to tha ..a"l1tber..of. which During may their require respective It. terms itf offlce, neither First-Class Repairing and Painting, &c. &c.

t thing if Mayor Frost .of Titusville Christmas_ Day.. This is.a. good! for nor Vtcr-Presldent
nor
followed in:the footsteps of Mayor move. It 1 is in line with toe usual Ing or assisting to place or guaranteeing shall. be subject to l'emUval.Dor shall their terms
$ placing of any of the shares. of stock of the corporation beshonened during their' tenure. Lumber and
magnanimous of the Florida Material.
policy
Fletcher? It ia little
I very extra or any debenture* or other securities The Director* shall have power to hold meet Building
trouble to place all waste paper and East Coast Railway ; and to say of the corporation or in or about the formation ngs, to have one or more offices,and to keep the
of the In
or promotion corporation or the
cun-
jooks of tho Corporation (except the stock and
rubbish in a box or barrel,' to save that it will be appreciated all along duct of Its business. transfer books)outside of the Stets of Florida

{ its being blown all over our streets.KING the East Coast, goes without .ay- forth(I) to To the do same any or extent all of.the natu things ral person herein might net at such places uy them.as may be from time to Urn designated We keep everjthltp required in the building line from the brick foundation to

ing. The care of this road are the or could do, and in any part of the World.j Tbe Corporation reserves the right to amend the ridpe cap, Including
W (j In general; to carry on any other business alter or change any provision contained In thin SASH DOORS AND BLINDS, FAINTS AND BUILDERS' HARDWARE.
Edward of England has at finest in Florida, and compare very In connection with the rorfljrolr, whether niunnttLf Charter: in the manner prescribed by Statute.
turlnir or otherwise. and to have and to exercise and all right' conferred SPECIALTIES: : Masurys' Paints and Varnishes Farold
stockholders
of the most favorably with those of BOOK of the on h.reui NepoDsett'A Roofing
Sandrlngham one complete all 'the power conferred by the laws of are granted. subject to this reservation Paper.
' herds of shorthorns biggest systems in the north-and Florida upon corporations formed under lu I ARTICLB VI. The. bOllde.llndeb..doell..r tbe
Europe.
j Stature' it being hereby expressly; providedthat Company shall, not exceed One Hundred Thousand EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
It is from this herd that many finely this we can prove from personal experience the Foregoing enumeration of ipeoino power (1,00,000), ) Dollar*, and other Indebtedness
northern roads *hall not be. held to limit or restrict In any shall not be created In excess of Twenty-Five -
bred animals are expected for on many manner the power.*of tbe corporation. Thousand, ((28,000)( ) Dollars, but In fixing these
exhibition at the World's Fair. Sen- during the past summer. Tbe duration of the corporation. hall, be :Fifty limit the preferred stock shall not be considered & O'iHara.Rouph
IflQ)year "as Indebtedness. Hodges
1 ator Harris of Kansas special live ARTICLE III. The Corporation) shad be auth IN WirNKSS 1 WHEREOF the undersigned .,
orlzed to issue capital stock to the extent of Two
stock commissioner for the Fair is Tns season is now approaching Hundred and Fifty Thminand ((2.10,000)\ ) Dollar* dllileil .- have FLORIDA:Joined EXTRACT as subscribing COMPANY Incorporates eanh-of of them the ...Manufacturers and DealersJIn... '

in for the when hunters" in Into Twenty-live Hundred Ci,BOO) shares of snbsnrlhlng: for the following number of sharesof
now Europe
purpose, we getmany "pot
the par value of One Hundred Dollar each, of the stock of the
among other things, of securing a the State and some of them are inclined which Oue Thousand ((1,1X10) shares shall be preferred are to lie common paid for in property Corporation, labor or services which and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange .
aa to dividend alone and shall be entitled at a Just valuation to be fixed bv the. Dressed
representative 'exhibit from theKing's to shoot at anything in sight.It to somi-annual non-ouuiulatlve' dividend at : Directory
of the
Company at a to be called for Box Heads Fruit
meeting aDd
herds. It Is said that the would be well for the Sheriff tbe rate of Seven (!) per' urns annually. If the that purpose, to wit: Vegetable Crates Mouldings: Shingles, etc.
as shall be earned and declared the Hoardof Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. deliveredto
same by WILLIAM M. linnwic ... ... fion shares. Write us for prices
King's love of finely bred animalsis land deputies to keep an eye on Directors;and the balance, of 'the total capital' C. A. WILLAHAM. ....'.... 10 shares.ALLAN any part of the :Slate. Address: Hodges & O'llara, Buffalo Bluff Fla.
inherited from his took, amounting to fifteen Hundred (1,5OO) N. MICUD: .. .,...... in share*.
,
father whose these gentry and see that ,they do shares a* all all l>e common tnck. W. S HKANNI.VO,,.. ...... .. 1< t chief diversion was the breeding of not kill tiff all the plume birds of Tne holder tn vote of at the preferred stuck of the! bali stockholder not beentitled S. F, O.vt.... .... lOsbure.
any entitle WILLIAM M. DROWN or Tltnsvllle,Florida. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed In tbe State.
high-grade stock.YEBTEROAT this State as our former One feathered and ahall not be to tote at aaymefltlnlo O. A. ftiLLAHAN.of Titusville Florida. Hpuae
.
\ of the Directors.Tbe ALLAN N MKDD, of Tltusvlile Florida. .
l birds seem to be getting rather capital'ntook or such part thereof as may IV. H. ItUAKsiNn, of "ttusvtlle. Florida FUAIA
was the day set apart scarce., It is not many years since be decided upon by the Director*. maybe BO u 8. F. OKAY, of Titusville, tloilda.STATE .
for service at
or a Just Talus.lion Wsrs. A. Sours & Co.
by President Roosevelt and Governor when our residents could see large pro"ertr..lahor J\ft\: V, labor or; services. to benxe.l OF FLORIDA, IlUdCVAKO -
by the of the Company at a n ret COD8TY! ,JOn
Jennings for one of general numbers of beautiful plume birds Init called for such I.ur"-I> It being the abject this 2ftth day. of Novemhor, A. D., 1003, personal ( '
thanksgiving. It came at a season along the banks of Indian River of tile Corporation nt Immediately the I v cama before me. William M. Brown C. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
plant and property of the Paine the 1 Kx tractWorks A.WlliahanAllenN.MedlW K. rannlnl{ and ,
when all our East Coast people can but now we have to go quite a distance and Fibre Factories at Tltimvllla and lit F. firay. each to me personally well known
Palatka Florida. and to hay for the karue lu cap. each of them acknowledged to me that be
at least be thankful that prosperity to get a view of such birds. ltal Stock and Bond of the Corporation. elr'T.J foregoing("hart. r. Flour, Grits, Meal\ and Fertilizers
\
AarioLB IV. The business of the .
has again returned to our coast. Companywill WHEREor: ,rhavehereuntoset
be conducted by a Hoard of Director con my bind and ulHclal seal, at Titusville, Florida ear
Everybody had a smiling face, and THERE seems to be a good ,slHilnw for the first year of nine ((9)) members and the date first In this certificate orltien.NRAL LII11m, M/ 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.
many for succeeding years of such number of Director [ ] 'F. A. MORGaN
while eating their Thanksgiving Floridians in favor of nominating *a* the Htookholdnr their regular an80eInlt' nov8! turkey remembered that there for the elextlou' of Directors. iball tte.ltnate.The | .
are
Congressman Robert W. Davis for Director will, from among their numberelect

many in this great country who Governor of Florida. Well, we :' a President Corporation vice President, secretarr.and Dade County Laud For Sale.
Treasurer r the who
i>
}I, would like to be in Florida doing a think he would be the right man in I the: nl'r; usually appertaining' to such oltlcei. -
The. of Directors I for the Must will F. Ruhln.anCO.
similar act at this time of "A year
year. the hence thit la. why .
rlcrht nlace. on" nnletnf WIIIIamM Hrown r. lti\t WBxl.lasap .
sale
contented mind Is a continual feast," the 'has been unoan i;j-: farm y, ( hnrlea.., .N.': Flndler, For cheap, the, northeast quarterof o
ADVOCATE bringinghis
.. southeast quarter of section 3 town-
eo we were thankful for the favors name before the public in time Model. W 8. Krannlng and I SF.Gray who will' ship 38 Month of I'lInge.u east; close to 201 Washington St J NEW YORK. .

showered upon us, whether they Now Brother Editors, come out and electlo hold their shall omres be qu until,illtled.those octed at the lint 0. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on U3\lurrllyStreet.: J X. Y.

were,large or small. view What do ockholilers meetings fur the purpose( of elentlnginnuer St Luclo River: 40 Keren. '
expr"8111f you and transacting other business of Also the northeast quarter of northeast *
think of the above gentleman for the Corporation; which we. lnonerly dome betore8"okho quarter of section 18, township 38, -HEADQUARTERS FOR
WITH reference to the dermeetiiivwlll. be build upon the FANCY-
pernicious Governor? IBth day of .laimary, 11x13 and upon tbe 'same south of range 41 cant; on south fork of
habit of carrying concealed weapons day In each succeeding yearABTICLK St. Lucie River; 40 acres Apply to F1.orl.Cl.a: <>
V. The .II. aril of Directors-hull havepower Cues >VALTON rac.geSac.CI.:
Representative J. L. Kent, in without the assert or vote of the tock I
the Georgia Legislature has Notice of Intention to Apply for bolder* to make alter .amend and rescind the Titucvllle, Fla
r, ,just : : c.raperr: : :It.
Introduced a bill prescribing all Letter Patent.

pistols carried to be 18' inches in We represent jjeyeral! of the largest ahlppers in your State, and wish to representyou

Lt, length and weighing not l less than' NOTICE,..n RI HEBKBY ed will apply GIVEN tn the THAT Hon. W.THE 8.JennlnK The Pioneer Cooperage. also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 ;years.

7 pounds. This bill requires thatno *. (Jovernorof I'I..rlda1 at the Kxeoutlve : .
Office at Tallahassee, tol.on the LAORANQE FLORIDA.I .
person shall lease, loan or carrya ash clay of December, A. !>., 11H>' for Letter
pistol smaller than this size and Patent apod the fropoteU Charter published'below manufacture all kinds and size of TANKS cheaply and expedUlously. 1.3TABU8HKD 1870.

fixes the crime as a misdemeanor. I WILLIAM M. BROWS, When In need of a tank write me for estimate, aa I can fill your order to perfection .

If this bill is C. A. WILI.AIIAM, TOM JOHNSON LaGrange, Fla.Tabar's .
passed it will be ALLAN N JlIKPD.

against the law of that state to sell, W.B. F.8.aAr.CHARTER HltANMIXO. M. Lane & Son

lease, loan or rent a pistol less than ,

18 inches longer weighing less than OF THE :FLORIDA EXTRACT Trees

seven pounds,and the person caught COMPANY.ARTHIC.BI. 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
,," The name of the corporation U
with a decent sized revolver in his the FLORIDA EXTRACTCOMPANYwtthprinh Have an enylable reputation for being wen grown, thilfty and true to namoYOI'J -

;. possession would be arrested.As oipnl AHTIOI.BII.office at Tltu Th.obJeenforwhtehtheCorpor-Tlile, Florida. important considerations to the planter. Among/ our thousands of satisfied Southern Fruit and ProduceCOt'll.

stun la eiunllihttil are i customers the United State Government, for whom we are growing special
,
times (a) To carry on the business of making, man- hybrids, on contract, both In nursery and orchard. Our twenty years extensive
is being many demonstrated nfacturlnK buying,telling. dealing. In all natural
anil Orchard and Nursery experience is at your service. Fruit tree\. Shade trees Roses I
In the ADVOCATE columns buylnir.Helling, commercial and manufactured dealing In wood product, plants; of, and Ornamentals. Freight Prepaid. Catalogue tree. :: :: .1ss1oc.: Merchlas: .ts.

the construction of good roads in rood.fibre*ami palmetto and any and all product GLEN SAINT MARY NURSERIES, O.. L. TABER PROPRIETOR
that cab be made from of tbem of ,
Brevard county will materially increase I, producing,manufacturing making any extracting' j I Glen Saint Mary Florida FLORIDA PINEAPPLES
the'value of farms and land and selling. any and all pl'Odllcr.a or bungs. that OUR SPECIALTY.
oan bemade.produced manufaetureloreztracbW
and acts as a stimulus and an attraction from wrods. plants 1'OOr.a. lib....palmetto 01' Stencils
for The any other growth tblng or substance, of 1'.... Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
immigration. cost during,manufacturing, celling and dealing In
for construction of good roads is palmetto extract a tanning ,material and aU Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
oUserkind." oftanningmaterials/nfpredeeln. '.
apt like other good things in Flor- manufacturing making extracting| and aelliug

>, ida to be but there any and all productsextract.mbetancet.tblng Mason M.
high, is no ana material that can be produced. manufactured Clark
municipal or county investment made and extracted from the palmetto 13 ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE ,
and other asI.ubatsnoe.
plant owning n*
which will make as good; a return Inn.patenting and. copyrighting the name "Pal IN ALL WEA TITER.

f for the money expended. Good leg metto and Extract making. ; a ami tanning of material maunfactnr.and of call Fruit and Produce

roads concern every citizen of Bre ing It by aDd lelllng It under that name j of buy. When you get disgustedwith Commission Merchant.
tog, aelllng, dealing: In,and holding the aharee,
vard county so let us try to get all bond and other evidence of Indebtednea cotheroorporahonaaedlndlvidual.andtoae.lgn
the roads cheap engines try the SPECIALTIES
good we possibly can so :
,
transfer,
mortgage or pledge the lame,and while;
that ere many years roll by we will holder of stork to exerolae the came right.Including BUFFALO.OEO. Extra
I the right, to vote that a natural person Early Beans and
have a direct road from one end of nr could div. a Vegetables.

lirevard county to the other end of The following: clause shall be construed both ., ...W'A.LLACE,
a* object and power t
Dade county-all along the river (b) To manufacture purchase or otherwise Florida Oranges and Grapefruit.
acquire good*, wan, merchandise and personal West Palm'Beach, Florida
and
ocean fronts. property of every cla.an"rlpuou, and to
110
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WE OLD RELIABLE Stuart. Tibbals. i\' Eau Gallie. GEORG MARX. JOHN MAIIX."WHOLESALE .


PltwlIJ>I.lo. fish.-egg 1IInt. cto. are Mr-. Harry ,- l.VI :I. r. B QS
dllIy. goingfurward Jennings and Miss Gertrude O. W. Hopkins U located. In Eau Gallic _.
England left) for Jacksonville on for,tbe present.Mr. .
pOYA. A. L. Lane w week tn overhaul the of : and Mrs. Jan. Mackie are going to
engines the Hotel
Boynton's) launch ping.Mr. Miami, for a trip, the coming week.
and !Mrs. W II. Harris made a .
Mrs. II. L. 1I0vlllu und Mrs. Anna Styp- business trip to South Carotin this week Several<< of our citizen have been supceued Fruit and. Produce Jobbers.Corner

OY4O man left, Monday morning, for Jackson leaving here on [ returnedto to TItusvllIe on court business. .

ville, to enjoy Gala Week. Jacksonville on Wednesday, and have Messrs. Pteroo and Taylor from Kedo-

The painters been enjoying the festivities! In the gay sha \Vls., have rented one of thu Gilbert '
O 1 Juhu Domlni's aro busily engaged painting metropolis. cottages for the winter. Bay and Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
) residence. II. K. I
:Stypman has tho work In charge. Captain {;tlo. K. Andrews and family Dr. Carlos Booth of the Mahontng

PO pdbAli Will Dyer had the misfortune left for West Palm Beach the first of the Valley Hospital Ohio will be In Eau WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.
hl to have week where they expect to spend the Gallte fitter the holidays.
sloop> foul the
railroad bridge. The winter months, as Mr. Andrews\ will PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
nttcileiich of his mainsail was torn completely have his former position as of Thanksgiving turkeys were plentiful In .
iPOWE oIL the Casino. manager Eau Gallic: and many happy meetings Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow }"I"lIln season.jWe .

Fred Dewey and frlcud arrived, Tues- Pineapples are still being shipped almost among friends took place. solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.

nay, from New York. They have accepted dully, but lu small lots, as the bulk The Chi latmas tree Is In charge of the ___ _.__. _. .. ___._____ _
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positions with the East Coast of the crop has be'n shipped. Vegetables ladles of the Methodist Sunday School,

Jot ill Fish Coin RDY. however, are just coming In, and and Is now well under way. Rockledge. I IA

Absolutely Puro Klopp & Roylancer the Fort Pierce Shipments will soon be made-or at least The Spartan Is'now running dally and ,
contractors have arrived. and have a as soon as the prices In the northern regularly' from Eau Gallie to Indlanola HEALTH POLICY

THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE a force of men busy working on J. C. markets will lustily it. and return, and Is doing a good business. L. R. Paxton left, last week for Tampa

Hancock's residence. F. M.r Hudson left on Tuesday evening novo II. J. Glover of the Episcopal to enter business.
It from natural
.. Willie John Billy Smith and two eons for pjus, where he joined his wife, diocese of Long Island has rented tho Christmas Is drawing o'ar. and Santa Tho system dbllitatcor, run-down
cami'
Seminole braves 'Okeechobee'clune mother and niece and spent Thanksgiving third In Claus and his ,
from Lake cottage the Gilbert terrace for helpers hero are very busy both In the pprlug' and full. Thesewuons' '

West Palm Beach. alligator In town, :Saturday:; with a big lot of J. W. day Ives.with Mrs.them Hudson and Mr.and and mother Mrs. the winter. Mary and little( Joe Paxton sport now changes are always a tax ,

hides turkey, venison eto. have been visiting relatives In Miami Capt Webster of 'Tibbals, returned to wheels and are very much pleased with ou tho human orgiiultmi. The

We would like to see more lawns surrounding and Ojus for several days. Florida on Monday. His sloop Is now them blood beconifa impure In the

I Mr. Joseph Jefferson arrived on the the homes of our citizens. Any on Hodgson's! ways, being overhauled S. II. Pock mine host of the Plaza I is s nrhtg aud vitality lugs( in the fall.

tli for a few days stay, and Is a guest one wishing a model to go by should call The opening dance of the season,given I I and painted. off on a business trip to Cincinnati, and A little\ cure it little assistance
Mr, and Mrs. Chas. ITamcr, on the at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.KItchlng. by our Club last Wednesday evening, | The dance in Educational hl\U. Melbourne will be absent perhaps a wook. and nature will do the rt'et. ns it i Is
uth trail. was a grand success In every respect. came off on Thanksgiving even always trying to maintain health.
ladies of the church will Work on Bessey's! launch has progressed The weather was pei feet, and every part 'ing. Some of our young people enjoyedthis D. P. Corwln of Plttsburg, Pa., and Frequently the weakest<< organ will
I The Baptist rapHly this week. It la almost ready of the spacious Clubhouse wan crowdedto jolly occasion. K. N. Dixon, two capitalists, are guest show the most disorder, ami tills
tve a Lawn Social" i Insthe Park Friday to launch. This Is the strongest: and overflowing. :Stuart :Sowella::! Point, Ht the Plaza, and enjoying the Halting in often lend. to wrong treatment.
]ienlng, the 28th.:! Tea will be served a promises to bo the fastest launch that Waveland Jensen, Eden Ankoua El- P. A McMillan of the Indian River Indian [UVOI'. For the debilitated conditionsof

i Japanese.The has ever been built on the Bessey stocks. dred and Fort Pierce were well repre Inn, Is filling up his hotel and guests and spring or full, or any other
Louts
Mr and Mrs. J.
Kennedy
window decorations at Anthony W. E. Kea has his sented. At eight p. m. the music started are now plentiful. Alao- has one of the Miss of Ohio time, for that matter, the right
resigned position best tables Gamble Kennedy, are
Bros. Is attractive feature of their on the river build the
a very with Walter Kitching In the store and up furnished by that fine pianist guests of the Plaza and are looking fora thing to do U to up
low store. Surely. J. W. Hpltzer:! has a Mrs. Hartstone andthe whole It It not titom-,
violin <<
has moved to his plantation across the danced a ; Geo.\V. Hopkins of the Hopkins Lumber cottage for tho winter syHtem. your
agio touch and originality of design. river. Oeo. McPherson has taken Mr. merry party until a late Co., Is In Eau Uallle on business connected ach, or liver, or nerves alone that
hour. The front veranda, receptionroom with the Master Leland Hatch Is fast surmountIng cause the trouble; you are \ eukeued >
] Miss Louise Carpenter, of Miami, l is Koa's place and, with his family are drainage canal to Lake
In the and pleasantly located over the store. dining room and ball room were Washington. About twenty-five teams the difficulties of mastering a new all over and must have rtv
nployed scenery
| curtains for painting the new theatre. Very very artistically and beautifully decorated will shortly be placed on the work.A wheel. Leland will be a new pupil in cowed strength and vitality Tlituo
rop Capt. Dick McCarthy arrived In with the Cocoa school after Christmas cannot Io
port flags palms ferns and various you get
said of her talent F.
over things are as an jolly party visited the Beach D
Tuesday morning with tile handsome tropical plants and flowers. Our ladles early quluklyoesurelyur.
tist.Bunry'Petitt. yacht Suvato and will this week, the Lizzie and Alice carrying Mr. Cutler wife and family came. by
remain here until safely UN using
were highly complimented by all for the been / .
Thursday last after having ex- ,.
haa made and the from Eau Galllo. ,
presentedi the yacht's owner arrives from New York, manner In which everything was managed. party Among those .
i Free Reading Room three very art after which they will cruise in these The receipts amounted to over fifty on board the vessels'wore Mrs. Outfield pctmt! for several days. They occupy r. EIAFTER'S'IRYi ;
ltio panels, with the word "Silence" on waters for a month. The 'Savalo has a dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Stlckney, Mr. and Mrs. JasMaokio the new cottage of Mr J. J. White on

iiem. and a box for donations-on a crew of four men Is yawl rigged/ and ban Miss Huffman,*Mrs. Alnenworth Uartou avenue TONIC

uautlfully ornamented placque done in a 16 h. p. gas engine for auxiliary: power. PHYSICIAN PRESCRIBE IT.-Many Miss Mary Newell Mlns Hodgson Miss Miss Myra Gray Williams loft las

yrography. They are works of art. She Is one of the handsomest yachts we broad minded physicians prescribe Fo Bessie Hodgson; Mrs. Pmidlson, Ernest week, for Uuanabaooa, Cuba, where she When you use T>r. liar tor's Iron

I Mr. and Mrs. Guy Livingston have had have seen In these waters. ley's Honey and Tar as they have never Taylor, J. B.. M. Hodgson and Mr Johnson will spend the next eight months In a Tonic you are helping to renew !
Alma of their found so sate and reliable: remedy for jr. The party were joined by 111 r. private family teaching English and the vigor of every fiber I IJotly.
III lea Gaylord; Chicago an Dr. !Miller the well known dentist of and !Mrs Vi'. S. Johnson of III. and
(neat for the last two weeks. Miss Gay West Palm Beach, was here a few days throat and lung troubles ns thin. great and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Chicago of Kenosha, studying p"nlslllllu"uaKes. You tore cleansing n-

hrd took her departure on Monday this week, attending to the wants of our medicine. Sold by B. K. Wilson !Son.: Wla.. before leaving the dock. A most, The weather hits been exceedingly delightful rlolilntf your blood ; you tire : '

uch to the regret of the many friends citizens. It is not generally known that enjoyable trip and sail was the result of for the past few days Many of strengthening vour stomach and
[he had made In her short stay here. the Doctor ban a plantation on the St. White this jolly excursion. the orange growers are afraid the warn liicronftlngtlio! digestive I fluids; you .
City.
I Lucle but such is the case. At presentthe weather will start the trees to growing are building up\ and renewing the ,
Hetltt and of Pelican
Messrs. Bacon
and it cold should wotili activity of your kidneys and liver;
only attraction we have to \keep the a snap cOllie
Lodge, have planned for quite an exteDdI and revltnllz-
and!
Doctor with us, is to have our teeth pulled St. Lucie. damage/ the trees. you are fvodlnjf/
borne the Mr. Arnold
II I addition to their unique on and family spent a weekat lug nervous ynteiu... Yon
your
uuth, trail. Mr. O. W. S. Bell has the but' we expect to have other attractions Jupiter. The young people of Mrs H, Smith's/ cannot II.t) this without getting ,
nntract. When completed it will be onef later, in a big pineapple crop.J. left hare last Sunday fc,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Campbell attended Senator Quay family came, afternoon well, iin the most attractive homes on the west C. Hancock left, Tuesday morning church service in Ankona last Sunday. Ing. We understand he Saturday expect to morn-return their home at Manhattan Grow In SuuilRooklodge. O Toiila without doing it. 1 1I
for his former home Carlo III. Mr Mrs Smith remained lu I
ide.Miss Florence Higgins/ has been ap- Hancock has been in :Stuart::! two months The proudest and happiest man In soon. Jacksonville for a visit of a few dayn' I Itt. Nov. 16 1801.
CHICAGO ,
lolated as librarian In the Free Heading and during that time he baa planted four town Is little Gene Orrel, and all on account Lionel Chase was a passenger: on the with friends before coming to UockletlglJfor Tie ""' ffartfr XfntMn, O, ., fmytan, 0. ,'
( acres of pineapples cleared a building of his first pair of pants. northbound train on Sunday,on business the winter. .
oom. The room Is now open from :2'M:: : i. Mnnt-i UMUfnltntliiscly r ix:>in-

> 1):00): p. m., ontlnuously-week( days lot and has the material on the groundfor This term, three of our citizens have as well as pleasure. !Mrs. B. W. Jerome arrived, Monday, nrmly mend believe Dr. Hurter'n It I" the Iron bent IoniC tonic on, M the I \

|nd on !Sundays: from 2JO: to BOp.:( m. his residence. The contractors are been called to serve on the jury : Mr. Preparations are under way for a and spent the night with Mrs. C. J. Cog market to-doy. Every spring and fall
ke Executive Committee invite all the now here at work on the residence which Austin, N. D. Hanson and Brltton Jones. Christmas tree entertainment, which gin. On Tuesday. she left for Itrantley, my system seems to he In nerd. of a
Fast Coast friends to visit the room when Is to be completed by the middle of January will bo held In the depot. to look after her wove at that place returning tcmlo, and for the pest. three tonlo y...r. 1 ,
twice
Davis and Mildred nave taken a bottle of your
Mrs.
i our town., at which time Mr. Hancock will daughter There on Thursday and left on the afternoon .,"ftr. lioN. JOHN J. Frnumo, 1 I I IJt."U"
of mullet here
have been week In Eden are million now
the
spending a ,
return with his family.W. "<> In the lllinoit Lit/tilatun.
train for her home at West Palm .i
The fire "!"laddies" are arranging; for a .1 guests; of Mesdames Woy and McMillan. more than the many fish dealers can 1391: Oigood Ht., Chicago.
Hunch. She has been spending the summer -
bill In the new Lyceum Theatre Thanks- handle. They keep up a continual roar
living evening. The LtKe Worth Band A. llerren, of Finch Ark., writes: We desire to correct the item In last almost all night as well as day. It Is In Connecticut FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. I ,
p.ive generously offered their services "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney week's Issue relating to Mrs. Paxoo having certainly beautiful sight to sou them. i
ind a very attractive program has been Cure has cured a terrible cane of kidney orange trees killed by frost at Delray.It HE COULD HAUDLY GET UP.-I'.
and bladder ouble that two doctors had should have lend Lelljy. The St. Lucle club will have some new
repared. It la a gracious net on the H. Duffy of Ashley HI., writes "Thin
bart given up. !Sold: by Wilson &: Son. windows put In their house also another Is to ceitlfy that I have taken two bottles
of our citizens ID buying tickets to Woik has begun on the land rented by club house built for the accommodation Georgiana. '

lielp, and encourage a,most worthy cause. Griffin Brothers, for a nursery Mr. of their wlmeroulIlI'uocl1ea; and we learn of Foley' Kidney Cure and U has .

The evening glvcu'by the young ladies Eden.Our Griffin was here a few days ago and will they expect to build some new cottages helped me more than any other medicine : .
return about the first of December. later I tried many advertised rtmedlcH but Mr. Tuttle Is now keeping bachelors;
for the benefit of the free Keadlng Room on. none of them gave; me any relief. My hall In the W. U. Halnlln house
a Friday evening wax a success In every And now, when Thanksgiving/ arrives A runaway horse, on Saturday lot druggist recommended Foley's' Kidney;
>vay. The hall was decorated with ferns postmaster S. J, Russell went to there Is Dot; one wild turkey to be found badly frightened three St Luole young Cure and It has. curd me. Before commencing Mel<''lomn" Gregg Munson and Walker .I .,
ind palms, and the young ladles were Jacksonville to enjoy Gala Week. everyone having been shot, and it Is reported ladles who were out for a drive. The Its use I was In such a shape went to COCOA on u shopping expedition

blmrmiugly attired In white and were Mrs. W. F. Richards took friends for a some of them before the season horse took flight at tome Imaginary that 1 could hardly got "I'| when once on Friday. ,I

liDtlring In their efforts to serve every drive to Fort Tierce last :Saturday.Mrs. ::! opened. terror and badly demolished the wagon. down. Hold by U. K. Wilson k; Son, Thanksgiving services was held In the :

pne that came The Lake Worth Band Our postmaster, Andrew Christensen, The young ladles were not hurt, as the church at :'I I p. m., Thursday by Itev, li.II. y ,
ave an unusually pleasing program and Joseph Davis and daughter, of shipped 0 crates of peppers on Fridaylast homo freed himself and was taken home. Templetou. J
ltogether It was an evening of rare pleas: White City, are visiting Mrs. F. O. Mo- and Will'Jones shipped 0 crates' of South Rockledge. ; I
lire and profit. alien. J. W, llruner and charming littler
beai.s on Tuesday-tho first vegetablesof Startling nut True.
,
daughter Winnie went to Cocoa! anti 1
Mrs. J. Bachus and Mr.). Young of the season. .
this "If everyone knew what a grand; medicine his return on Saturday
Jensen were pleasant cullers In J. F. Woolen makes dally trips to
There is no cough medicine so popular There Is like it and 1>1'. King's New Life Pills U," writes
nothing no one
place last week. grove In the south hammock He Is doing Miss Emma. Bell, our school teacher,
is Fuley'e and Tar. It contains D. II.
Honey who has not been here can conceive any Turner Dempsoytown Pa., "you'dsell good 1 work there. ,
has rented the and will
10 opiates or poisons and never falls to Rev. F. Weatherwax z preached both Idea of the grandness of the weatherItIs all you have In a day. Two weeks'use parsonage keep
-ure. !Sold: by B. R. Wilson & Son. morning and evening at the Congregational -: simply fine. There Is only one FloridaIn has made a new man of me," Infallible Nntce Bristol Miss Addle( Bristol, Mrs. house there with her brother.

chapel last Sunday. the world, and so many people are for cons ipatlon stomach and liver Dalten and Miss Becky Cooper wore visitors Mrs. Walker of Lotus was visiting t

The railroad have shelled the missing so much by not making It their trouble 23o at U. R. Wilson Jk; Son's here last week. friends. and relatives here for several '
company
Hobe Sound. '
road the length of the switch and shell home at least dining the winter months. drug store. Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Averlll accompanied days last week, returning home on Saturday 1

ed around the station which is a great Kline O. Varn, of Fort Meade, Fla., by Mrn.\ Averlll's sinter, arrived ,

C. B. Jefferson Is detained In New York I Improvement.John agent for the Mapes" Fertilizer Co., of Malabar. at her charming home on Tuesday Allen Booth, formerly of Brantley, but j

mill Thursday. He will arrive here Sat. Miller helped out the Thanksgiving New York called nn the secretary of our Mrs II. J. Smith'. family arrived at now of Uranohvlllw, near Quincy, .'11\., '

irday night-ban'ing accldont. dinner considerable by coming home Club, one day last week, to m"kean L M. Hunter made tint first shipment their bountiful place on MnturrUv last. was calling on hln old friends In this r Jt S

Mr. Adams, the builder the little from .the St. Luuie, Wednesday, wltb oiler of their fertilizer at .a dlncouat of bean from !Malabar, this week Mrs. :Smith wilt follow In a few days. vicinity on Monday. '
fine big and two fox squirrels. most of the trade having drifted away Chime Wernlntf of who has '
'nest'1 on Cocoanut Point left for( his a turkey We have i'axton Giant
to
ire Kupert
from them on account of having a local Mrs. Farley has returned from her visit sorry .
/ ,
!
been iilic nick for several, weeks was
( up
tome at Oak the week. (
Hill
In
early Archdeacon U. F. brown made his leave, all now there In not. a single young
but he failed to to where she
agent herer as remove Rocklodge, had a good time. last woek. ", ,cuusiiMnjf. Dr. HngbleU, and.
first visit his flock In this place for man between U.tllill": and Huokltnle.Ve .
Miss\ Louise Koch spent a pleasant au t- to the local agent the Club promptly turned / reoiipi'mllng' health and strength "
W. P. Arnold is land among
clearing to net
ng here one day lost week, making the the winter season, last !Sunday. He was the offer down, and will not recognize/ out lot of G. L. Taber'a fruit and nut \ tie glad to know that J. t;. Battler his many 'Irieud nt this place. .
a
entertained Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ilobtn-
by .
rip by launch from West Palm Beach. them while they are represented by a trees. tookli,"c pilzu on .nICIIIIII"8 he State

Mr. Gore, the skillful and able archlect son.T. J.* Hempblll and daughter Miss local agent. Mr\ Hardi>sty has about finished the Kdlr bat ImlUii River fruit ought to takuHr Keep your heed cool', your feet warm, '
of T. A. 1;; )prize allY" hore. and liowi-l wine rule of
Daytona who planned Mr. new school house. This will be yumir ClII.'n. wn H
sometime this week. a great
will
arrive I '
inlder's house. Is here. on a tour of In- Margaret has buen here for ANXIOUS MOMENTS.-Some" of the addition to Mtlabar. J. E. Render In uprising Mr. Day's the undent Dr "l.trt...'.. [.lttlul.l-er "
seven "
pectlon. Mr. Hompblll not most anxious hours of a mother's life are orange groves with the teal, wash h, nod PIlUMie the bent for (tin towel Put ,
years and his many friends will glad. those when tfle little ones of the house Mr. Hardesty fixing the ex-land of. the ,
In black only Get
till time of
claim Is gen-
the to wrapper
Who said that up
a rattlesnake was seen on one year ..
>If our avenues a few days ? That Is ly welcome him. : hold have the croup. There Is no other flee at the depot for a store. Rather spravasit I kill off the old scale and uine. ,.
ncredulousl i We have no ago snakes-only The Ladles' Aid Society of the Congregational medicine so effective In this terrible malady small, but perhaps large enough. mites." there will be none to Injure the nWINTER

n the glass. church will meet at the parson as Foley's Honey and Tar. It Is a Prof. E. E. Macy arrived Sunday eve- bloom and young fruit. \VII think his HOMES IN A SUMMER y
age to-day to get it lot readiness for the household favorite for throat and lung lag to superintend the opening of the Idea U a very sensible one. J
Emile
lAND
.
Koch left here after a s
. Saturday and his family who will arrive troubles and as It contains no opiates.It
ew days work on Mr. Joseph Jefferson's sometime pastor next week. can be safely given. school which was dune on Monday, N. M(. Flab with tils force of men are

dunoh, the Marion which will be put In Miss WIHIette Forest has given up her getting nut large (Iuan,It)! of rock for The Southern Hallway has Issued Its u"

Commission at once. The concert which was announced to school at Indlaoolo. She has extra hard the rosd. Last week he cleaned the beautiful "Winter ll Our new la substantial fact take place in the Eden school house on Ankona-Eldred. luck with schools assigned to her thisseason. Wino wove, and J.I now ou M. U. Sal Land" folder for the season lOOMI.: : This .
depot a ,
ut> It's his value Dec. 3rd, has been postponed to Dec 6th, mon'-place getting .a Urge quantity' of folder Is published In very attractive "!
"up" to Mr.
Flagler or
that the Misses Weatherwax can be Md rook. /Same: << are giving the rock but
,''la aides to to so Miss Ham Is very busy these days tryIng form, and is profusely Illustrated withholographs I Ii
appoint an agent protect Dan McCartv enjoyed the good time at
the .
here to assist with program.Mr. others want a big price for If.
work the of Malabar of the famous Southern
ur express and freight. Tibbals last Wednesday evening.Mrs. to young/ people i. )
and Mrs. Edgar Hamor, of Wave- up to the game of lawn teonls. Hope winter resorts and their environments,, j
True to expectations, Mr. and Mrs. T. land, who have beenon a trip to England Abdlll entertained a number of she will succeed, as we want something Indianola.Mrs. a[ also contains numerous views of the
V.
Snider, arrived last week looking ex- for nearly six months passed though hereMonday her lady frlendt at dinner last Thursday. for the young people. scenery from the mountains uf the subltropleaf t.
remnly well, after a glorious campingrip their home. scenes of Florida and Nassau. ,
evening on way Ankona
mtomobllea.In Colorado and long journeys by They both look very well indeed and was Mr.a guest Fraotz at the our Fort Pierce postmaster betel on* Last It "Petition report of County of J. F.Commissionershas Farley Is rejected. Grether and son, Ralph of Jacksonville This booklet given full all and of complete the Information ,{i

have gained ten pounds apiece of good Tuesday. ." Now J. F. Farley hum never came down last week to visit regarding leading ".

Harry Brown,the courteous and affable English flesh. Another new house Is going up In had a petition {before that august body, their place and put the house In order and winter also resorts a complete for list health of all or the pleasure smaller .'

nanager"of the West Palm Beach "Rise- One of the most enjoyable dances that Ankona. Mr. Munson Is the owner, and but ban, however signed three different fop renting this winter. otels nod boarding houses which have

'nd ag Sun, was a visitor on Wednesday, was ever given In this section was heldat when completed, It will be a very cozy petitions covering the route from Valka- T. Donnelley Is having the brick accommodation for wlntdr. tourists, glv- ; ,
expressed unbounded admiration for
ur garden Tibbals, last Wednesday evening to 'home. rla to south of Crane creek for those rougbt over from Cocoa for piers and log rates. per day week and month !aid I
spot christen the new ball which has been 51 r. and Mrs. Tyler of Fort Pierce and who were directly Interested. chimney for his new Louse which heezjects other valuable data to those desiring to '

Great Scott I What Intense beat last recently added to the club-house. It Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Babney. of Kldred M to put up towards spring.Mr. locate for' the winter anywhere In the
eek. 'Skseters: too, were plentiful. was perfect In every detail, except that composed a party that took ,In the ball at Asleep Amid Plained South.If .
he ADVOCATE correspondent was de arrangements were not made with the Tibbals last Wednesday They report Breaking loto a blazing home some Buck and wife. Miss Ionia Lap. yon are contemplating a trip to any

'moralized and firmly resolved never to clerk of the weather for no rain at all having a splendid time. firemen lately dragged the sleeping inmates ham and Fred Humphreys made. a trip point, do not fall to first supply yourself
Islands In the
'orsake Gotham again so early In the that night and some of the guests were r from death. Fancied security, over to the Thousand with this booklet by sanding a one cent ,

won.< Butlt's better than ice and snow. out In quite a hard shower. The early A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY. and death near. It's that way when you and Banana fishing.Mr. River. last week, for bunting tamp to any passenger agent of this

evening was so perfect that umbrellas N.pattenoa, night policeman of Nashua neglect coughs and cold .Don't do It. company. U you are not contemplating
Luck In Thirteen. and mackintoshes were not thought of. la. writes: "Last winter I had a bait, Dr. King's New Discover for Consumption D. A. Carter, wife and four others a trip send for one; |pu will find much u
We have come to the conclusion that It cold on my lungs and tried at least a half give perfect protection against all expect to 1 I"'eloJC'am. I'a., shoot the In It to InUiiofct you. .'. r
.P>B.T alton"ending 1$ mile*, a box Buck. Is never safe on the East Coast of Florida dozen advertised cough medicines and throat chest and long troubles. Keep It middle of December for their winter Winter tourist tickets at greatly ra-
on' Furnace. Vt.. got of togo out without an umbrella no matter had treatment from two' physicians with- near, and avoid suffering, death and doc borne In this 'Mr. Carter who has dueed rates now on sale.
I'orrlble s Arnica Salve that wholly cured a how bright it is.Foley's out getting any benefit. A friend recommended tor's bills. A t aspoonf ul stops a late been very; III during$ the summer has soar For further particulars as t" rates, '
lee fever sore on bis leg. Nothing Foley's Honey and Tar, and cough persistent UM the most stubborn. recovered as tn be able to> undertake routes aud resorts, write to
fi could Positively' cures braises, ultr" and Tar always stops two-thirds of a bottle cared me. I considered harmless and nice tasting It'. gasranteed the The work on his new II. ('. CART,
| .piles.felons.' eru p ona, boU., burn.,coma and Honey heals the longs. Refuse It the greatest lung to satisfy by B. R. Wilson A: Son. house is bung pushed as rapidly ss posible. District Pass. Agent

.\V .....n Jk Only Bon,25a druggists.Guaranteed by B. substitutes.the cough Sold by Wilson Son. medicine the world." Wilson A Son. Price SOcts! and .l. Trial,bottles free. Jacksonville, FU.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 28.. 1902.

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are! neither on nu electric railway road .
nor good country highway., The wen : .: "TUB.EASf COAST or tTaA'

ii'A Golden Rule kept homo located on, either bas a mar- is FJUUDIS R..QAUCaD.'' ,

of ket value which another shut off from 1'J".1.k 4
Agriculture: I ,
such a connecting! / link with the rest of "" .
Be good to yofir l land and your crop the world does not possess. .4.Nzl COAST
' will be good. Plenty of The electric line bus demonstrated FLORIDA EAST RAILWAY. )

more than anything else the actual X\

J PotashAcce"'ted the value city of and i*>ady country.communication It bus developed between r i. 14 5, LOCAL TIME CARD No. 42. In Effect Aug. 28, I 130 OZsOUTNIOUNDsA ,


the possibility at the country as nu DOWN. NORTHfOUNO-RtAI Up,
In tb fertilizer spells quality abode durtng most of the year. It baa

and quantity in the liar indirectly demonstrated' also that good -
Ms. U tee .
.... /1 ... SI 7 NsM .
vast. Write us and highways can produce visible assets I I; MAIN LINK.
r1 1Ja Dat r Dally Dallyll Dally 1 iIr
.we will lend you, In country property da nothing else eau ,, cyry -

free, by next mall, do. Back: from the lines of the trolleys 0 0 11. a Lv...............Jacksonville. ........Ar 110 -
our money winning I are homes which have been laid out :::::::: I p 10 D a Lv............South Jacksonville..............: tOO 41 a a :::::-
books. 1 ........ 11 ill 1.. a a .... ..........St", Ana-u.UD............ .. p T 40 a.... .
I I 118
with care and expense. With their 1101 M .....*........... Haufclnff' *.. ............. p 7 06. w
GERMAN KALI WORKS. 1 erection has come greater cooperationfor .::.... J. f It p .............Xaie. Palatka............... .a 4 Dip f WaIT ?ar.. .
93 Nuuu StnM, :: : :: 11 p a ...........-...... Neoga ............... 4 p a ::...
New Vort. better roads connecting at least ...:::.. 40 Ii p a ................1\IIDn"l1... ...........a 40p.. OS .. ....
with the street railroads and business ........ f It p .................. pout......... ......_.. 'a 81T I> b Ii .:-
of the towns. The of ........ 'I to p .. .................Ormond.........._. ... II 18'8111 .:-
portion owners ........ i II p ..................D.'too..... ............. .4.. .11. II ll .;::
these places have'realized the value of ... 01 p 'a ...............Por'Or..nR...................... a O. p 8 18 a..,...
in communication with the Too 1 In V10p ............. .New Sravrn............... I J> LilaC
being ready 123. ....... d p .. .................O..kHIJI................... :: a ....... t I
rest of the world. A good, highway !'ii6'Y Ito a -........ 11 II a'.................Ilritusvill................. !* ........
will thus increase the value of a country ........ .. .... 863 p : ................ .. Coeon................ : I.))0 p ........ .....I
........ ..:..... 4 01 p ... .............llo.1l1.dl............,..... P .......
place from 10 to 20 per cent or ........ ..._.. 480p a'.*............. : ................ '.. 1 Ip........ ;._....
more. This rise is permanent and .becomes Y ........ ...._.. y 81 p a'................M.lbo.rn..t. ........ 11 / ....... ...
........ ........ 111 p aa ................. Sebastian................. 11 Ma, ........ :
an asset to be realized upon. ........ ..... OB P ................. At. L-uol ................. M u Wo .... .'M......
Houses thus locate are In demand: Sailings ........ ...-.: 110 P .. .................n fir*................. M u 'oaIB ....... ....
........ ... t n : .............. Whll. CI.,................a U ....... ::
........ .... ..; t1 p ...... .. ...Tlbballs.................. ** 10 .! aMM ..."... 'M'..
Free and The Beat Prescription for Malaria ........ ........ 14/ p a ....................Bd...................... a ........ ..-..;:
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. ........ ....... eo p .. ...................Joon................... 10 Ma ....... .......
Masons Chills\ and Fever Is a bottle of Grove's ........ ..... 00 p .. .....,......... ... Atuart ... ............ 0 it ........ ....
Tasteless Chill Tonlo. It Is simply iron ........ ........ 10 P .. .................Robtt Sound .............. M I M I ........ ..,'"
and Calling at Charleston, S,. C., both ways) ........ .......' Up" ............ were Jupiter. ............. MaMa ........ .. :"
quinine In a tasteless form. No ........ ........ 11 p .. .............West Palm Bach............. M 11\8. ... .... ..::"
Cure, No Cure. Price Octl.A The Finest in the Coastwise Service ........ ........ t' p .. ................t.fioynton ........,.,".. a I ........ ,...:::
Indian No. 90 Steamships I....... ....... II p a ..............Ft. L.ad.rdiis........ ...... 7 WaMa ........ .... .
a .. .. .. .. ............. ....
................. 0 IL. '' '' '' L0BQOQ 01&7. .r" .... ....:
\ State Diner .In Venice. 8.....f. ........ 010 i I Ar................... Mtanl..V.V.V.I..r A 45 a....... ....::-
Elver TitusvllleFlorida. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
In 1552 tbe patriarch of Aqullela BCrrKT' FARLOlt CAM OK TRAINS 16 AND ?l.
feted Ranucclo the Direct Service Between '
Lodge. Farnese pope'

Hol
day of each month a"their Indian Ulvi ca. The rooms were decked with extraordinary ,
Hotel Tltua rllle, at 7::30 o'olock room p. lu. r sumptuousness cloth of (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ....1' ... $8 Mo. 81I I No. 49 N..47 'PALATIA 11I..4'1 I "0..8. M..IO II.. I. 9x1.
J.R.Walker Wonhlpful Nester JJa\ly. 1)17. DAU Dally. 'pa4'7' B1tANOli. D.&l,. >>all,. Daily. 5aI1V ,.
l w J.L. Carrutlier gold paintings and Illuminations add SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS .
T. H. 8ahderlLJuolor Senior Warileu Warden. ing to the effect produced the Southbound... .................... ..... ..... ....."...- ..'..... ..from LewU Wharf Boston : IX : BH Ig / ; : : l :a sr a t1 : sea. I : : IlU; : ua
..M.Dixon: : tr'..eurer. by patriarrh's Northbound. ...:........... ........... ............from loot of Catherine. Street Jacksonville 1 80 p 06 45 ArL Pelatas oo ax) tmlIIe.1I7
K. A. Morgan, Secretary cooks. .Among the guests were -
M. V.Brown Chaplain.J. twelve gentlecneu in fancy marine costumes 110. 41 IIAN! MA.'r1l:0 BBAlII'On. [ Ne..' 1 Na II
.
,, .B. Bcrevon Senior Deacon. St. Johns River Line. Dally Da11y Dslq Dull,

R.E. Minis,)r., Junior Deacon. of green satin with red lining Clyde p tll a v. ...... ................-;est at a....................... 6 t ;
H.F.G.M.VnnlandJnfcham Taylor,Junior Steward.Senior Steward wearing caps of the same colors and (Dellary Line.) JH p 180.._Ar. ........-......_..... ....SaD Mat..... .............. .... ,.. ....LvI D 36Ne. a I-I"

P.W.Roberts, Tyler. each accompanied by a lady dressed in BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. "' I.a 19 No. "II ,... NO.
white. This lasted ."nd''S.ndY' o. Daily MA.Yl'OB'r :BRANOn.G. : '..11Onl
lour hours
repast Hereford Defend Blue and intermediate landings : 1 ..11"I 20r-N
--- Stopping at Falatka,Aitor, St. Francis, ( ) Springs- ,. Onh'. > Ea: Sun lal\.7.) Onl : !,
varied by mUsic and the tbetn.Jubu'"IU..r.
professional
on lO SS C is ,........... .fin cs.nyilTe,..........
a 7 46
P a l! I' ''! r a 2 11 nn
TO GET GOOD ROADS entertainers of the day. It ended with STEAMER "C1TV OF JACKSONVILLE. 101 P 1018.. 03 P u. .: .,..8o.: :keoovlll..1.v T 81. I 12 21 p D II I
the cutting up of certain large pies IS APPOINTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS i I"P 10"a ''s 14 a..a.. ......P..oB..h.. ........... I 7011a1116o.. .11,
1060.. fUI' a" ..........t."Ue B..b.......... "
Too
-- from which live birds flew out Into the Leave Foot Catherine Street,Jacksonville at3op.'m,.. ..... .. .. Sundays' ,TueedaysandT3urdaye 100 1106 .. A.. .......... ... MoLvllor, .. .. .... .... ..Ly 111111110 a 1146 a l t b),
PROPERTY OWNERS MUST BE IN- Leave Sanford VKJO a. m........ .. .............._. ........ ....... Mo Ua>a Wednesdays and Fridays a 411\\
room. The guests strove with each "h.. U I so. !121: I Mo. $

TERESTED IN THE MATTER. other to cat b these birds.Dlaconrtenn. Southbound Read down. SCII DULE. Northbound.- head. DI7 BA.JIJrOBD. BRANOn.D.tI: ., I D 'Y OI1ANOID CITY IU.NOa: : I IN'.\.

t Leave 8110 p. m. .. ....... .. .. ....'....JAf KMONVILLu..Arrive. :2.oO a.m IUD. !I..n.! gun.
-' Conrtlei .. 8.49 p.m.. .......,............... ..1'ALATKA.- .. .. ... ..... ......, .Leave 8.00 p.ra 066 .'.........Tltu.vlll..Ar i V ? I' !...._......ew mrrna..Ar!nS18aLv ;
1 The Flunoclal Value of Good Hlub Once U.00a.m... ../ ...... ........... ASTOR ...... ... ., .... ... .. .. ..... 2.80 pan .............'... ............. J 11p .Ilp f-r..L"ktlH.left..L'. ),
. w*ra-How They llelv the Knrmersutnd upon a time the prime minister ..110 a. m.................... .; ...ST'FRANCIS.... ... ............,..._....... 1.00 p.m 9 986 Lv........... ..Ooto n............L. 1III a 11 4 3i pL.,........Ora ..e O.ty...,.....Lr l III
? t went to tbe king and complained that .... ... ...... ... ....BERlSFOIti.LAND: (I ) ..... .. ................ '" 12.00 n'n $556 Lv..Ente ). 446 P Ar.Orang.CltyJunet......Lv051
+ Increns the false of a Cuud. a-certain who hard '' 6.00 a. m... ...... .... .........ULUE HPRINud: .. ..... .. .. .. ........ .. ... t 11.00 a m ::::::: ..Sanford. ,::: ::::::Lvll'a, ,
try Place. courtier was very Arrive8.30: a. m. ... .... ................ .SANFuRU. ...... ...... ...'...,.. ....... .. Olio a.iu .
4 of hearing had been making very uncomplimentary Tim Tablet show tie tlmaf at whl9\ train nay be ezpeot:: to arrlvo and dOJlt
1 from the>vti ttaiioao., but their arrival the
& or departure at times stated U not IN..ran4!
0 i The property owner Is tbe man whoso remarks about his sov Cen'l. Passenger and. ,Ticket Office 204 V/. Bay St.,Jacksonville. nor does tb.Company) ho41U.lt roiponolbl for say "lay or any consequence arising. Ultrt
Tiatereat and hum.
operation wait be eu ereign.

listed If road Irnin-oveuicut Is to contiuue. ""Your majesty shonld speak to him A.C. HAOKRTY, East'n W State rass.St.Agt., New, York I.F.M.IRONMONOERaa.AeetOen.Peas.tot We..t May Be.,Jack onville.. Fla.'Agt. Peninsular and Occidental) SteamshIp: Connections at Mlama.BETWBBW .
Cities! way Imvo the power to about It," said tbe minister ."that it THOS. D. HALEY, Local Freight Agent, r j C. P. LOVKJ.L, A nut. Supt..
.'9 -ouforce street! luiproveiueiit and It la but must needs foot HoK.n M.Jacksonville Fla. | Foot H>Kan dt., .'ackeonvlll..I'Ia. M1AMA JaY WEST AND
may cease you speak JOHN. L. HOW A1W Superintendent Foot Hopan: St., .lacksonrllle Fla. HA.VAKA
.difficult for property owners to check loud" Til BO. O. KUJClt: General Manager.: WM. F CL.VDK CO., General Agents.
the movement, but iu The country districts "I will speak BO IpuJ," answered the Cbeuebrougb Building, 111 State St., Opposite.Battery Park New l ork. For Information relative to sailing dates of Peninsular & Occidental Steamship

; the first move wust generally king "that I guarantee the offense will C. II. WALTON. Agent, Titusville, I<')a.SEA.B Company, apply to any agent..

originate with the property owners never be repented

along the highways, BUJ-S u writer lu lie then sent the offending courtierto J. D. RADNER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Good Uouds .lu"u I.l1e. If their interest .
the guillotine. > For of Local Time Card address
<> I copy
any Agent.
,.- cannot be cullKted' it will be hard Moral-Ax speaks! louder than _. .
vork to produce good results. --- '
., words.. -New York Herald. -- --------
The question tluw COIUCH down to the AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR -

point of lutt-roKtlin tli" property own- Mare Conafderatlon.NnitgsbyIf .' ,

ers and this>!! cl.ins' cuuuot l.o wale to you don't like your Job, SOUTHERN

help the uioveiuent unless it con be why on. earth do you cling to it with RAILWAY

shown that good\ roods arc uvallnble such tenacity? SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND,

assets: upon which they,: can actually \VnjJK8by:: -Well, you see. I have WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, :NEW YORK,.
realize and I>UHO ilet.uito result and fiends Iu the tin me line of wftrk. and If .

conclusions. I lot KO some of them migl l.t stumble ." Two Elegant Trains Daily' EFFECTIVE OCT. :1, 1OO2.
This Is no puny point to prove and into my pence nnd regret It ever after. -- -
'yet It Is sijHceptlblo of dcuionstrntiou ward.-Los 411"l'lplllt'l'lIlll.. "' No. 34 *: n. ::10. No. IS
both theoretically and practically. Florida} and Metropolitan Limited NORTHEAST' Route. imlljr, Iuliy NOICTHWE8T. Route. I Daily.

.1 Lv. Jacksonville, Southern Ry 901'7( : MI', Lv .......k.onyllJ..Southern Ry....'. 745 |
First good toiids help the farmers by J Seaboard Fast Mail; Lv. Savannah, Southern ny 1 IS p. 12 341 a. I.,..Jemip, Southern' Ry.. .. ... I I fan |I'
bringing their products and homes In .v. {f'liarlncte Southern Itv 9 80 p. 141 05' a, Ar. Macon, Southern Hy .. 800 l
closer touch with the unrkets. The MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. Ar.-Danville, Southern Ky 12.07 a, I 40 p. A r.lrl..vtlla. 8 1 loss of FleshWhen kr. Rlchiuond, S uthern ity -700 a. -n p; Ar Atlanta. .Suutb rn.lt< ..,. I -.201:
man who has farm produce to sell and ONLY LINE. Operating Daily Through Sleepers from Jacksonville to ArrLvnehburR. Bonthern--R' 2,441 a.4H.1 -4 or Rovkmmrt 8nuthernRy.... i h Ml
p. Ar.None. .. : J38.W a
Suuilietn Ky.
ran market it when prices are highest New Orleans. Ar. ( rlotteville. Southern Icy a. IIIf\ p. Ar.1I"lton. Southern Ry I Ift
fe-111 realize greater profit\ than if heY Ar. Washington Southern ICy. 7 40 a. 9 an p. Ar.l Chattanooga, Southern Ky...... .H US! I
Ag llaltlmfrre, ..
.
P. R. R. 9 has to sell the goods when the mar break. Ar. Pliila.telphla, P. R. R.. ... tl 12... 'I5t" p. v. Chattanooga. Queen& Crescent: 100111
a.
kets 'are glutted. In the late summer you can't eat For full information and sleeper reservations call on any AgentSeaboardor Ar. New York, P. It. R.... 2 00 p.-8 !30 a Ar.Ar...Oakilnle Somernet,, Queen Queen&i& Crescent Crearciit ( 1:1 1\1 00 D PAr

and fall of the year the country roads fast take Scott's Emulsion. write Hnritln.jueen/ ; Crenoent. 4'1 P
"o.M.. New York and Florida J1ISPTJOJ
Express. Dally Ar. Lexington: Queen *: Crescent I
ore probably lu their best condition. A. O. MAcDONELL, As t. Gen. 1'ass. A (t. -, Jacksonville, Florida, Pullman uleeplnu cars. Port Tampa anti J'tckAv.. Cincinnati Queen ft Crescent _
Nearly every farmer can Ret his products When you can't eat bread e..llvlUatoNow) Dining cars. Lv.Clnelniti: ;,RljFnnruonto, I SDP
to market without difficulty. The No. 3O. A r.Chicago Rig Four lioute. ..-. I '10 J
Florida
Washington Rlohmonil and
end butter take Scott'sEmulsion. Lv.Cincinnati, I mint Lined .. s *'P
result is that prices for all farm crops LitultedvtaItlclimonrl. IXillv.! Pullman Sleep Ar. Chicago i'onn.L/nee./ .... ., I r3'O. -?
Ins cars! Jacksonville
SIECI.A..I.L: <> rorES. to New York.
are lowest then and th/ gluWs sometimes ; When you have Car. Dining Lv.-Cincinnati- il.&n: _Mom.z--t, I 1-A1N l''
r A Cli Z3_i
so great that there are po profits. --TO- r. Inipo.I.V C. H.JfeU.Monon! ".:-
The speculator realizes this and hue Teen living on a milk diet and r WASHINGTON MONTANAand TO CINCINNATI: THROUGH THE LAND OF Ar.;Toledo Cincinnati, f'C.Tti H.itli-* -., Mirh.rent(Cent: l 9 Hill74S W.+ll P
CALIFORNIA, COLORADO, UTAH, OREGON, : -
stops In and purchases farm productsby TilE SKY. Ar. Detroit. O. H.i&D.; _Mlcli.t'entSouthern" I
little
the quantity and stores them until /ant something a more the NORTHWEST, .. Lv.Lexington, Ry.:-.::-- I .III'
NORTHBOUND.v.. ._ROUTK. | No. 30. Ar. Fx .vllt", ... SHIP
.....__ >m Southern Ry. :
ti prices rise later on when the country '.surisning.: take Scott'sEmulsion. VIA, AVASTKKN ATLANTIC Ri: R. nnd NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA ."al'kllnnvtlle, Wonthern Uv. ... 7 8S! p Lv.l..ul..lI1e.r Southern Rv... I 3173S t8P
roads become Impassable. The rush to L..8avallnab. Southern' Iy ... 'I. 80 a Ar Be. LaniH, Soutliorn Ky. .... !1 : i
1 and ST. LOUIS RY. Lv. Columbia, 'Siinthnrn RV... ..:;. 7 00 a 1'00. 11. 1'h.""' lnrij'f.imTeA t':"'Ikilly. 6011
Ar. ABhevlllfl, "Southern' Ky.,... >15Op! train of velltlhuleco"cheeand l'ullmanoeep, 1
Ar. Hot Spring Southern lly / a 37" cam JachHonville t<> Cincinnati..
To get fat you must eat Dixie Flyer Route Ar. ClnolnnaU Jimen kCrescentf._; H la a H. C. HUNT.C'ltr: IajmeiiR ,and Tlrkrt A1ratNo
: :30 Pullman Cltv Ticket 4Mlof, 108 W Bav 'Ur<'lJt.
;"at. Scott's' Emulsion is a During September and October, 1001.> : Jacksonville to Clnolun drawing-room tl oh-eplni can H. F. CARY, UlKtrict Juckermvtlle.Fl.1'aB.onver' a.Agent, _'


great fattener, a'great For descriptive matter, rates, schedule, etc., write to, or Call on .
C, II. ACKAUT, Gen. BFgr. s. II.' iiAunwicic, o. rA..
strength giver. E. J. WALKER, Florida Passenger Agent,

Those who have lost flesh 212: West Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla. Washington, D oW.

want to increase all body C. E. HARMAN Gen. Pass. Agt.' II. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager. II. TAYLOK, A G !- A, Atlanta, Ga.

Na hvl/le/ Tenn. -
Atlanta Ga.
,
tissues, not only fat. Scott'sEmulsion '

increases them all: THE' WALTON RAPID CALKING'MACHINEtented ,


bone nerve., flesh, blood and Atlantic Coast Line R'y. ?: '\ In the United States.i Great); Britain and Canada


PRICE, $4.00 and $, .oo EACH. Should ,be used by every Boat Builder In the 11.So
For invalids, for convalescents .

r' GOOD IN ALL SEASONH. for consumptives The GreatTUrougb! Car Line from Florida.:-Connections: : In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.

get produce to the cities before stormy To the East Over its own rails,to Savannah: Charleston Richmond and Washington For Sale by *.

1 weather wakes Kouls Impassable\ so' for weak children, for all thence via Pennsylvania R. K. 'Jas. Pritchard & Son ,

r universal that storage warehouses cannot who need flesh, Scott's To the West The Louisville Nashville via llontgomery. TITUSVILLE, : FLORID[
hold all the surplus Kds. It is The Mobile &: Ohio It. Ii. via. Hontgomery.A ; .
easily demonstrated that the lack of emulsion is a rich and com.I SEE THE TESTIMOMAIJS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS.
Via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
good roads la thus causing our farmers fortable food and a natural .0 the Eat! Philadelphia and Boston. Via Norfolk steamer to New York, .- -- ------ --- -
'greutloas. I Washington; and Baltimore. Via Savannah .and :Merchants &

To turn to another class of country tonic.; Miners Transportation Company for Baltimore and Philadelphia. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEAll
r residents suburban life is Increasing To Key West and Havana via Peninsular A: Occidental Steamship Company.

It Is spreading more and moro In the Scott's Emulsion for bone,

better parts of the! country, but It will flesh Mileage: :: rj. i .ots.; I kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the above office.
'L be noticed that' the trolley lines determine blood and nerve. '
; LETTERHEADS NOTEHEADS 311IPPI50
ENVELOPES: BILLHEADS
largely the direction of the movement 1 Interchangeable; mileage tickets good OVE'J. 13,000 miles of among the ptlnIpal ,

people unturully prefer subur- e'e will send youR : railroads lathe Southern.States, are on sale: by the principal agents.; TAGS, CARDS, etc., etc., printed cheaply and expeditiously.

bun life to city life for ut least eight free sample. ------ -- -
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4. mouths lu the year, but they do not Addresses of parties In the north sent to the undersigned; will be liberally supplied -
C!I sun that this picture all information and handsome advertising matter.
enjoy Isolated country existence where with CREAM
In the form ( Ubtl lion WHITE'S
o a
they are shut oil (row uefghbora anal the wrapper! of every bottle For Information as to rates, sleeping car reservation, etc., call: on or write'to !

t communication tile city or town 4r r' R Cntuhion you buy. FRANK C. BOYLSTON W. D. STARK ORI\fS .I! FBo 9,

for weeks end mouths nt a time. That ; BOWNE Commercial Agent Tray-Pass.' Agent. ............ -..-.- -.- -- Uoal Ii / '
I lit against our American idea of sociability SCOTT & 138 West Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ; ?
For 20 Y Kas LQai lil] >; +l aJ 6g ri
srs : an3 me ; $ t
and n few who aro Imprisonediu 4.r CBZ.M ISTS. T. )I. EMERSON. H. }1. EMERSON, W. J. CRAIG a
thin way are anxious to sell and 409 Pearl St. N. Y. Traffic Manager. Asst. Traffic Mgr. -Geu'l.. Pass.! Agent } sac :::.%:+ :: .Ca.- -. _.... ..-c-..<. .r+cs.Vee.r .
LOUISc
41y.-ems :: +
a' } r. Fa1t..dhrt' it.
:111" .
move aviijIt In iniimxslblo to sell ) rvr WILMINGTON 2T. C. .
i i SOc. and $11 .11!! druggist. a. ............n.v.twwvve --.-- -
Parui4 .aud country residences which

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COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 28. 1902.
7

TITU8V1L.LE.ONTHKiyDIANIUVER..

PEONIES IN THE BORDER. AN AUTOMATIC FEEDER.
IAN RIVER The Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block.l''l'EX'l'ED
N'S I-ScTELI, fniinrpn.i and l>:..jr of Culture.. euro Grain Wn n They Ar. llanury.If .

Ilerbncfoua peonies planted In borders -I the apparatus shown In the accompanying -
V TITUSVILLE or In beds are the most beautiful drawing accomplishes the IN THE UNITED STATES and all CIVILIZED COUNTKTK9
-S7 and tho Krnndodt' of all porennln purpose for which it was designed, it
plants for tho Burden. They stand will moan a large saving in the amountof
FLORIDA. unsurpassed among the.linrdy herbaceous labor necessary In the care of fowls This SELF-LOCKINO TACKLE BLOCK which him justen

plants. IH-IIIR of easy culture, and possibly economize also In the patented all the civilized countries throughout the world will]

thriving iu any; l'lchotIlI'IIl'11/ soil, bloom amount of grain consumed by the hatstand lower like any block and tlU'kll'.lInll WILL STOPVT>
-- -
lu;,: about the mUliIlc of June In the flock. A hopper or storage reservoir LOCK AUTOMATICALLY whenever needed Soft: Rope, WIro

J. G. DAST Proprietor. New England stntos! anti about ten la provided. for holding u largo quantity t Rape" or Chain can he used. Nothing to get> out of order, any persona

days; before the rose says; a writer In ol' grain the bottom being conical cnmwelt. NO CLEAT: NEEDED The same device is used In
P A'' ja e w M"t' American Gardening, who gives tbe In Kliupo/ to feed the grain into an a j Cheek and Deck Blacks Will hoist, lower aid leek at will, fr.m,
in the center. Beneath the
opening
following cultural I airectloiis
:
"'T+t+ + DUCK SIIOOTIXG. September 1 U the proper time to opuuiiig I Is, a shoot, arranged to catch below or at any height upside down or at any angle> an ounce or 25! 4

it Inr I -ir., tIU I ill I : I I I4 a transplant peonies, and If large roots the grain and prevent a continuous tons. according, to the site nut! lmpt' of the tackle block Only one

and FISHING.Katos are planted a crop of flowt.ro: tile fol- outflow from tho hopper. Suspendedin rope, chain or wire rope is u"t'llnt n time. '1'lll'Ml1me pulley doe for
u P "llll IIIRR III I u111 R YP.I i R i Ya I lowing season! is insured If small close'< proximity to the ground Is ench. There N no ratchet teeth to cut the rope, or trigger attachment -

roots are planted, two'j-ears I to I this device.
'i : $2 60 per day. ; ure necessary -
I rt 11r,11ti, Yn In Ib ,1'edlW r rn IrI although occnslonnlly a small The tielf! .i.Ockhtg'I'nekle Block ,U, necessary"' for Yachts! and Vessols -

$10 and $12 per week plant will produce n Cower the followIng of all kinds, Urlilgfand\ House. Building Aerial Trolleys.! Kail-

VV : season. n 1 rnadr Quarries, LumbermenVarehOtses: Masons FnundritwIarite: Service.

_n_ ___ In preparing the soil the ground 1t :Mines Machine Shops, :-Steamboats! tlllCl' Scenery, )Painters Clrrinc-, Brewer .'
should be enriched I 1 1L t
JACKSONVILLE.IDYAL with uiunuro.dug It deep planted and In well September "g: ..-" Its, Well, :Stable Harness ]Uooni*, Butchers. Tanneries' Slaughter Houses, :

they; form roots: the same full before nut Factories of all kind; for use In hoisting ashen, and for fiirnm std plantation,
the ground freezes and hecowo' fairly Fire Escapes. Fire Departments" Riggers Cnn also. he used in theProtectionof :

well established i"ruit'L'recsand gathering of Fruit and Vegetables, stretcbinlre; ; -. nnd

) HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. The flowers are produced In profuslon ropes of all kinds. Hoisting Flags, )Dumb Walters, Elevators: Suil l.iLt4. or. aU

t'uil! In almost 1'111111':49'UI'ldy:: of kinds, Awnings, Tenti, minds\ Bicycles, Electric: Light ptrpnsesS1uMII Light,
colors of the most delicate tints borne In Meat :Markets and Stores of nil kinds. Hunting Camps and Private Iloiigi-s,

Opposite postoffice. Centrally locato.l. Thoroughly repaired and renovated. on long stems! sonic iittainiiig thoholsht from the kitchen to till lied room. In fact It cnn be mod Rvith'great utility
of three and bnlf with
one- foot
I wherever n tackle/ block li needed It saves time, money: and labor, II..* no tying ,
(flue. lurk, glossy I'olliiKe. Thpy nix .
Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted .. perfectly hardy and survive our severost or fastening I of the rope! or chain to (cleat or anything rise, Is needed

Rates $2.50 per day and up. winters without protection Itwill All kinds and all sixes can be used either ashore or aboard ship, and! will

\ amply. repay to top, dress! or 1 4r) 1 T TI not; cost. ; much more linn the ordinary pulley blocks.: WALTON'S PATENT ,
.
II. W. SPERRY Proprietor.\ mulch the plants with about four I SELF-LOCKING TACKLE: BLOCK Is similar in shape, weight and size to tilE :

inches of decomposed barnyard manure ordinary pulley block in every day use, 1l1Ill la made In JdlllVrent shapes anti '

i which should be forked under sties: to suit nil purposes. There Is absolutely nothing t.l get> out; of order. It
fESTMORELAND HOTEL West Hay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE the surface In early; 1lI111'ln118/ soon ns lute ,
no springs, wedge, teeth or trigger rope' ) ; nllll soft rope, chain and wIre
FLA. frost la out of the ground. A ppnd
HOW IT WO1CKH. rope cnn be used in t the snme bjock.! .
Ing fork should be used If
; a spade' ,
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- used, would be likely to cut and Injurethe what the Inventor calls: n "bait box" A sample of I the pulley block may he seen" at the I<:_\H'1' COAST ADVOCATEolllce
roots. having,: a small quantity of grainplaced i Titusvllle, Fla.
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water )
/ Peonies are gross feeders. Occa In fixed cups which arc covered J. WALTON:>f, ..

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All son II I waterings of wink liquid manure with glass or fine wire netting. In the Inventor of the nbove ; nlso. Patent Calking Tool for BonM, Etc "
once a week after thu buds 01'0well natural course of events the fowls Oiliest : New York, Boston and 'l'ltll vllle. Fla ..
street oars pass. the door. Hates, $:.!.OO to $2.50: per day. formed Is beneficial and Increases become hnna and discovering the

Mrs. A. the size of the flower. grain In the "bait box," hop on one
WALKER, Proprietor. edgo of the tray and attempt to poclc -- -- -- -. -.
at the covered kernels. The weight of Olllol.il Supply Itonso of Tho Illinois Vlslieriuou'a Association
THE NEWEST IN PRUNES. fowl tilts the rod which \

EW VICTORIA HOTEL, Corner :Main JACKSONVILLE and Adams Sta., FLA. Credited.. With. Itlpeiilnir Lnta nndKeepliiu tbe supports motion slides the tray the shoot swinging nod this back oscillatory null forth Ti--; Chicago Not and ;Twine Co. I IlfllnuflloturC'It '

; Very l.unir.
beneath the opening In tho hopper, ".'-' of- y
Everything i ew. Free Bus. Centrally located Rates $:!LOO and $2.50: pee: The Thanksgiving prune' la a now thus discharging the grain to the !
claimant thut has attracted considerable
day. European plan ; rooms, CO cents to $1.00 each person. attention lu western New York. ground to be devoured by the fowls. 14 a aCC :
Tbe quantity delivered one time Is
R. BIXLER Proprietor. Charles A. Greene quotes the propu- =
not grout, but 118 often ns! hunger drives
gator of the variety to the following OIFISHING
the fowls to peck pt the bait the grain
effect In American Cultivator: This
MEItKITT, Merritt Ialalltl.LIIE Is automatically delivered and as r
variety fruits at nn early nee! and seldom .
fowls will make little effort to get
falls to hour nn abundant of
crop
feed unless they are hungry It is possible
'SYIGSVAM HUNTING LODGE winter Resort fruit If these prunes are picked beTI1AKKUUIVLXU -
L that there will bo a saving In
On Indian River :Meritt\ | Fla., which
tho quantity consumed over that =
Now Open. Accommodations for 10 adults. Sun Parlor, lialllard Pool and they might; be given If fed by band.Zuclinrtnh NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptlon.
t tug Pong tables. Swimming pool. Bath rooms free to guests 8.10; () f'etof docks. Oil I.. I
Xevers of Santa Cruz Dealers Seine\ 'I Maitre Cord l<:tc. f1;
abin catboat for cruising Hunting and fishing finest on the Coast. Write anti : wine Rope
lur boat will meet you at Cocoa, free. E. J. BLAIR, Proprietor.\ Is the Inventor. Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. I
'-8l-8lK.( ; Indiana. Chicago, 111.
-- Til* Profitable Beaaon. ...Mention The AnvooATH In your letter... I
JKNSEN.IVIi An exchange reports one who baa -- -- ------ -
long been In the poultry business assaying We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's. AsNorlntlon.!

FRESCO IIOTEL JEN'SEN, FLA. that be bas sold broilers all the 4
Center of Pineapple Bolt( way from IS to 40 cents a pound, and

1w' UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. "Wl, the forty cent price looked like u good IF YOU WANT A.
..
!but be could not make an much
thing
The prettiest locution on Indian Klver. Lsirpe, beaiitiiul grounds. Near ___ __ ___ ___ \
the Ocean. Fine Fishing and lIuntiu Terms reasonable. Letters anti money on than us on those he marketed n
Telegrams reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. PUUNICH lu early fall and winter at 18 to '
JOHN :S.: PAHK Owner and Proprietor. 20 cents The eggs cost more for those Lot
fore becoming soft they will keep .Building
hutched In winter do not batch us ..
longer than If they had fully mil lured well the chickens require much more
NEST; AL9I; 1SHACH.'he on the tree, but It In: a long koeplng care and work and when they get this
prune no matter when It Is picked the mortality among them la", greater or a lot wlr.h" BUILDING[ KKADY: FOIL OCCUTANCV

Professor Bailey Is credited with the and they will! not mature aa rapidly as J.ASI.'on\ AN ORANGE OKOVK,
WEST BEACH opinion Hint this prune belong to the those hatched! In warm weather. When I I'
Leamington : o'o damson family, but the damson is both l sides of the account are carefully I'lNKAlM'LK I J'IA-l' 1'\TlO-l or 'J'1umO.nOEN: ,
usually small while this la large and think the chickens hatclied
kept we
Thanksgiving prune la the longent from June to September' will usually! We probably have for ,Hale just what you are seeking./

W. C ERNST, Manager.On keeper he has ever seen. how. an much profit aa the March and Settlers are 'Hocking In but mill (here Is room. It you are
Lake Worth opposite Postofflce and business houses. Large verandas The weak point In nearly all prunesis April chickens! If well fed and the
rotting. Fruit often will not endure young cockerels and such pullets aa looking this way, drop line to .

Strictly flret-class. Summer Rates $2 per' day. Special by the week. long enough to be shipped to market are not desired to be wintered are sold 3rIVIr.l're.l,1ent, I
- much less to be kept a few days or 'as broilers. JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

ST. PKTKUSnUUG.ME a week with commission men. FLOKIUA EMiT COAST; IVY,

Dnrlcllnwa. ST. AIJOUHTINE. FLA.
Some I'aefal. .Annual.
ST. PETERS BUKG, Godetlaa are profuse and constant Young ducks require shade and protection Y Yc
BELMONT ember : from the sun. In the summer
Opened 10th. bloomers through the season. The col
season It la best to let them subsist or. H: .. ... s- z TT IMC cSc OO.HIT. .
On the west shore of Tampa Bay. The most healthy winter resort city In the ors are very handsome Including various Tau and Insects, aa grain food la too
tate On high!; ground pure water, perfect drainage; spacious piazzas, room shades of red pink anti white h'R tllIA'. $io w. "14.75, JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. I
,,urge and newly furnished papered and painted. Rates, *:J per day; $SOOto $13.0<> lather[ poor soil Is", bent for them, and
'"" week. \V. H. TIPPETrs, Proprietor.
the: planting should be delayed till settled

-- ------- --- -- weather illlylloweri; lire pretty Fur n Jlatl Cold.

WASHINGTON: beading and edging; plant Including If you have a bad cold you need a go..H FULL u t.l. I''t'
purple, rose colored and white. They reliable medicine like Chamberlain's ,
bloom till fall and furnish good flowersfor Cough Remedy to loosen and lolleve It, I IfXPRrSS
cutting. and to allay the Inllatlon and rill,1111111,1-I ;
THE BUCKET :BUFFET I
-y Ion of the throat and lung. For MH!. I t XPRESS I
.'...kllill' nnd Marketing. I'lnm. by all druggists and I medicine dealers. y PREPAID

210 Sixth street, WASHINGTON, D. C., For shipping plums should be !gathered PREPAID s ,:

Is of and houses in Washington ns soon as they are veil colored Hew are of fomented Pood. / a
one the most popular Wine Liquor Cigar
and some varieties even earlier. The Food that bas fermented baa no placeIn ZO
VII of the best brands in stock, and the prices as low as any house In the city. eight pound grape basket la a satisfactory tbe poultry yard, or should have ll -, .wr

Southerners meet many friends here. Note the address: 210 Sixth Street, package for local market pur- none and tills Included both house and w \)
map*. but for shipment the nix basket city; swill. It la true tbat hens! will eat P
acing the National Hotel, and In close proximity to the Pennsylvania statlon.l carrier Is advised. Late plum. usually It. and often greedily. If they lack for p. . 4 V S

JOHN' E. BUCKEY, Proprietor 21J( Sixth Street, WASHINOTOy, D. C. bring the best prices. meat and vegetables, for the ben seems I r
to lack In organs of taste or smell, but IDoz.DrirvcRCO
-- The link Deat.l. the soured food, not only cause Iowa .Q
NEW YORK All dentzla are pretty, but to tbe from diarrhea chickens and In older fog

writer the pink variety tint particular birds, often fatal to the chickens, butt '2QtS.tsP
charm. The flowers are mainly! white causes early decay of both meat and $1200
and simply tinged with pink or car eggs from those that have been fed on o t
Hotel Marlborough mine. rendering a delicate' combination U. This. la one objection to the green .

that I I. highly pleasing-Meeban'a. cut bone BO much recommended by Agent for tile Iu!>Mt> Jlrewlnjf Co. t

many. It la not always easy In a country : i i
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Broadway :iOth and) 37th Streets, NEW YORK. Frvlt :* town to get bon and meat fresh
400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electrlo lights. Conducted MJldlnff Is a new apple much like the from the market every day In which 1j,

on American and European plans, and l\I managed under the personal attention Oravensteln.In Maine.which Is receiving some the meat bus not been spoiled by too offlsh. ) on't Take'Pms!cure T ytemrrarlly constipation! t t:
long keeping and the same Is true the
supervision of the owner. by ajiutlnij;
Tbe cantaloupe growers should save lloth Inipnrt a disagreeable' flavor .
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. weed from the very best melons for In to eggs and meat If not sweet when bowels, but regular action cannot be secured until the liver '
be main- secretes enough bile to make the InteMln *
tbe quality
this way only can rapidly afterthey
fed. which growl worse
their natural Unnatural
execute functions.
'

otel Yendome Broadway'and -list Street, tanned Spring; or Is Improved.a better time to vet out dried hare beef !been wraps kept or desiccated a few days.flsh The are continual agitation and,caused Increasing by cathartics,tSfl if* e I

NEW YORK CITY. trees than fall but tall Is better than etter. !but they should have a bright attain the n' )
not to set them at all. reiArks one look and a greasy feeling aa those compel51 I

FIREPROOF.!: 300 room, single and en suite, with private baths and toilet grower. routed. with nnphtha to gvt! out the : ;

rooms. EUROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms *1.60; large rooms *2; and with Care should be taken that scale ,la not greai- are not ns ttood- Aa(1j ,'h on the !

private bath $2.50; per day and upwards. The management Is under the per carried from tool.s.Motbtraps Infected to healthy trees Beautiful Clear Skies. results.r lIv.tJ cure* Cl.ills rand

onal supervision of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager on pruning Fever, and every f"rm of
do mora barm than good uTertiiae exert direct Influence on the
__ ___ .__ ___ __ __ ___ _u In the orchard and catch more friend bowels. liver and kidney, purifying and Malarial, Bilious: Remitting and Inter
than enemies, according to Missouri strengthening these organs and maintaining Fevers, and, by going to the se.'t of the
ExecutedAT horticultural authorities.Kill them In a normal condition of trouble works permanent cure.
Fine Job Work Quickly health; thus removing a common cause
while CGTrLI!
tbe tent caterpinar they of yellow, rr.othy, greasy skin, and more FIFTY CENTS PCR
are .mall and bunched-not half the or lees! of pimples. blotches: and black-
:.ISlSD: work It will be after they Matter. heads. 5{H3 at U. 1C Wilson! A; Son'i. II. It. \WILSON SOX.EAST .
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',"i I To Hotel Proprietors THE FLORIDA EXTRACT CO.A WINTER ACCOMMODATIONS, Robbins & Graham Co.
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: RAILROAD
WATCHES
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'; To Commission Merchants,
i Sucotwfnl Tltiitvllle KntorprlM Is Ap-. GKOBGIA.NA, FLA Nov. 24, 19U2.

I : t ,. To Storekeepers, and others.... l>iylu fur a Charter. Editor East Coast AdrocaU: (Incorporated.) ,

If you want to get good results Letters patent have been applied for I was over at the Beach at Oceanus PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.
at Tallahassee by the Florida Extract Guaranteed to Pass all
This owns
with a hunting party a short time ago,, company .
advertise In the
whose chief offices and
Company, factoryare
in Titusville. The objects of this and felt sure that there were parties that L: :I'r: :c S.
I would gladly avail themselves of the opportunity ... : Railroad Inspection.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE company are the making, manufacturing,
of such a place to
the St.
just camp River On
buying, selling and dealing all natural, In the Indian Country; -
and bunt for the winter and get away
TITUSVILLE, Indian River FLORIDA. commercial and manufactured products; from the cold weather. Lucie River; at New River and on Bay
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4 ) of buying, selling and dealing In woods,
\ 1.1. circulates extensively There are about fifteen cottages, bath Prices to suit the times.
i : The ADVOCATE plants. roots, fibres and palmetto, and Biscayne. '
i bouse and a two-story store building 1 1t
throughout the orange, lemon, pineapple any and all products that can be made which Is to Send for Land List. MP 4
large enough run a good
it f\lfl' and fish suctions of Florida-going from any of them; of producing manu- '+ 1 19

I !RN is to every postoffice between Jacksonville facturing, making, extracting and'telliog sized If boarding families house.were to .come and Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. 21 Jewel Jewel

I \I ,and Key West, as well as Into every State/ any and all products or things that can twenty
r" two
I rJ. i I ',1 ,.f' in Paper the of Union.Florida.It"U known as the "Pink extracted be made, from produced woods, manufactured roots or oooks occupv and the all cottages bear their, bring part of the good expenses Ve.ritas B. W.Reymond.

t' w plants), and take their meals In the East Coast Meat Market
I' 1 t The East Coast of Florida ba some ofQlI fibres, palmetto or any other growth. could the
store room they spend
large ,
; the finest hotels in the United State, The Florida Extract Companywhichhas
'1'//; and nearly every hotel Is overflowing! been manufacturing a tanning material i winter very of the pleasantly and Inexpensively.Some furnished G. F. DUREN, Agent. Vanguard. ,
,Ijf' with" tourists during the winter. NOW from the roots of the saw palmetto' cottages are partly '-j btt.
1e IS: YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.Olve : I almost night and day for several years- and others are not. They have cv oH
been built about and with
ten a
years pt .
the ADVOCATE our ad. and their .
) you are contemplating enlarging plant. \ -
few door locks and
will not regret it. Onr office I Is a kind of 'Their present capacity Is about 3,000 shingles, hinges, an : ca.C ::d
occasional of would be
glass they
7 4 Bureau of Information. For rates, etc., bairels of palmetto extract a year, but comfortable.pane > pt --

S wt address, this will soon be increased to 15,000 bar- very s:
There Is no better hunting grounds In
i Advertising: Manager, TUB ADVOCATE, rels a year. As will be seen by referringto
/
the State than up in the Thousand Is ca.:: MANDAYILLE
l i r Tltusvllle Fla. another column, this company Is being G.L.
lands, a few miles away. Oceauus Is
: and will have
Incorporated, a capital Y'd
about miles south of Cape Canaveral
ten ,
, ,. .. B2T" Christmas and New Year are drawIng stock of $2.-)0,000.: and
beach for
and has the finest bathing
0 near and It will Jacksonville The Florida Extract t
Companyhas
.J1' pay present u.a:
e bicycling on the coast. Banana river on JEWELER AND OPTICIAN.
merchants to place their ads. in the done much to benefit Titusville, by -
the west Is about four and a half miles
:' EAST COAST ADVOCATE giving employment to a large number of ca.toQ:: y TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
f' industriesare wide. The beach strip where the cottages iJ
.
operatives. Manufacturing -
is about a of a mile
what Florida needs for It !le' the are quarter TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. -- --- --=
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: fd OJ5 town.weekly pay roll that gives stability to a famed wide. Indian Between River Banana Is river Merritt and Island.the far Egal_ :se :c &, eeo.:

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Opposite Ooeanus is Georgiana: where '
.
That the Florida Extract Companywill -DEALERS 'IN-

r JEWELERS AND :SILVERSMITHS, Increase its capacity-giving em- boat there dock Is a,postoffice where steamboats, two stores stop, a steam each GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
t to besides the
more people, ,,
41 West Bay Street, Interesting way every day, and Is within one mile of Irntf.r ,
of outside capitalists a handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are for MAPES
.1 railroad, .with telegraph office only four We agents FERTILIZES
I JACKSONVILLE, 'FLORIDA.I matter of congratulation to Titusville miles away. We'deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coniun

,I ; Largest stock in this section of countr). and neighborhood. Our residents should This article Is not intended for the ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
Mr. Wm. M. Brown's '
; Established In 1808. appreciate untiring millionaire-he can go to the hotel pal- E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
tilorts in connection with ,bringing of h .., fIt
It is to help those of limited
aces.
Send for descriptive catalogue. Into town for
more capital our prosperous -
find for rest to
means to a place regain
concerns of this kind not only have
a
health and for recreation.The .
ti build Titusville but S W. CARROLL
, tendency to up writer baa no interest In the > ,
ANHEUSER BUSCH. dollars
THE place thousand of In circulation
Ooeauus Beach property, but think that
merchants. -Dealer In-
among our the whole place could be rented
very
II Brewing Asso's. Extract Among the directors of the Influential Florid cheap. Some of the cottages belong to GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
J .... Company are some very private individuals and:the rest to mem. ,
New and Boston
0 York
follows! capitalists, bore of the Cocoa Beach Association, Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your Patronage Solicited.
Famoni Bt.Louie Keg. and Bottled as ( : who live at Cocoa. The Eagle hotel at FLORIDA.
Mr. LeRoy W. Baldwin, President of
Oceanus burned down twoor three"
Beer. years
5 I the State Trust New
Empire : Company,
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be -
Launches and sailboats can -
t Bold by ]llel rs. F. A. Lesley andR. Yoik. ago.bought or hired reasonable. There are Your House Goes up in Smokeand
Mr. Duncan D Parmly President of INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
L. Motlow Tltlllyll\e\ ,Jrla. both bear and deer on the beach, and
the rhconix National Bank. New York.! you loose everything
I N1 t By Mr. R.L. Moilow,Cocoa, Fla. Mr. Chas.: N. LIudley, President of the ducks Florida by the will acres-thousands have more tourists of tem this It Is your own fault. TITUSVILLE FLA.

l ..Etna Indemnity Co., New Y I'k. and F.1ro XnS".1ran.oo.sufficient Is to furnish Ice In .sacked loose. attends
fV JOSEPHZAPFSole year than ever before, every place : : prepared any quantity or Special
Mr. Geo. L. Leonard, VicePresidentof will be full. Anyone wanting more In. to cover the value of the prop- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

't : t Among the Chamber the Titusville of Commerce directors, Boston.) are: formation can write to the Cocoa Beach erty and household effects should be car- T. T. WETMOKK, Proprietor.

Agent. Association! Cocoa, Florida. ried. Rales aie not high. The companieswe
Mr. Wra M. Brown, Vice-President of
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B. I. W. solvent reliable and lib
represent are ,
the Indian River State Bank, Titusville
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,1 : .i 610 to 020: West Bay Street, and President of the Bank of Bay Bls eral. Claims are promptly adjusted.

cayne, Miami Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs and Don't neglect! to take out a policy. Special Attention !

1 JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mr. C. A. Wlllahan, superintendent of colds; reliable, tried and tested, safe and SCHUYLER & 3RANNING,

the Florida Extract Co. sure. /Sold by B. R. Wilson & Son. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
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i FNI 3E1. 5. :tWO: LC>'"VV'. Mr. W. U. Branning, Assistant Cashierof Correspondence: Invited.. GIVEN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
1 the Indian River :State Bank.
i .1.1a .1l Mr. Allan N. Medd, Treasurer of the BREVARD CIRCUIT COURT.
I Hardware Tinware Glassware
;b r Montrldge Manufacturing: Co., Palatka. t IIUKVAKU COUNTY TRKASUMKR'S Crockery, ,

Mr. S. F. Gray,Al8lstantSuperintend/ Circuit Court convened at Titusville on STATE KNT.

ent of the Florida Extract Co. Monday, Judge M. S. Jones, presiding; November tat, 1002. Harness and Stoves.
with Stares Attorney James D. Beggs oJIJlrosecntlnj.f Balance cash on hand.Got lot, 1U02..I 6,788 15
Amount received in OCt IBM ......... 27288
+ l A FLORIDA INVENTION. attorney. fiJ Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill ,, Orders Promptly
The criminal docket at this Court In
so Total .... ..... ... ... 1 7u large, that up to the time of going to Lose wsrrante paid la Kept. 1901,

I e I Captain J. O. Walton, of Titusville, press two tilals have taken place; and era Hid and delivered dchnul. to Hiianl County.... CouuulatdoiL.:............... \2,44231 Jas. -FritCshard & Son.Postoffice .
a 1r' inventor of the "Walton Patent /belt-: :States Attorney Beggs has been with the -

Looking Tackle Block," and "Kiipld Grand Jurv,assisting la the examination Balance on hand Nor. lat, 1002....,f 4,018 (HIABOVB
Calking Machine," has just oiganlz d a of witnesses. Box 212,

company In Boston" with a capital stock The principal, case; heitid-'which U one Delm.,...")In DICANOB linlij.ii... River IS HELD state AH Hank rOIXOWS, '

of 100,000, Captain Walton holding the of !great interest to the residents. of Dade alt per' 'axliier's. .. certificate,attachedto Titusville. Florida.'X .

controlliug interest in the company by county-was on Wedneedeynight, when monthly retire, ... ., .. .... 4,018 69 _.
r' reuuivlug $51,000 In stock and $3,00)10; the cane of the lion. R. Hudson Burr ai.d BALANCES. BBLOMOINO; TO RACH Ff:! AS KOL- -- ---- -

t CUHll. others, taxpayers, etc., vs the County County Roveoue-on..ra.LOWS Fund ..... ..11221 'L't7 VILLL: : XjiI'X7'322H.Tr ST.ADLE.
F The name of the company which has Commissioners of Dade County, came I ". Road ana HrnlK ...un... ..... ... 43
been formed under the laws of New before Judge Jones. Kulldlnft: Fund .. .. 29 Kit
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Flue forfeiture
and Fund 3.1049
Hampshire, is "VValtou'a Self-Locking The County Corninlsitioners are charged .....
"f I KeeflluK Pr'' "" Fund :2OB M Jl.
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Tackle Block Compay," and the officers with having, ever since they have 8|>eo. toad FnnU, New l>int.. No. I........ IUd 'M FEED AND SALE ffi !aJ S& SADDLE HORSES,
irli Ales Stout. Etc. aie as follows: been In office, contracted and; traded with u" .". AI" .?. 3....... !)<942

:J: -Send me orders! Mr. G. W. Eldredge, President, Bos ,. themselves furnishing supplies to th .. .. AI II.I..7M. AI B.. ... ... 2.1: III IWW ...ST ABLES... BUGGIES,
your various departments, and pitying them. County Game Warden Fund........... ... 00
y' TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. ton.Mr.. Claude C. Walton, Vice President ,I selves from the County funds. The hill t'ruiwrty" o( l>e.,..an"il 1 Persona Fund.... I HOS3 BAGGAGE SURREYS,
County mthool! -General Fund? .......... 34 '
and, Assistant Manager, linaton.. charges that this is unlawful and con Srxtolal, Tax School>lst. No.1.... .... ti4..J f l
Captain J. O. Walton, Treasurer and trary to public policy. It seeks to enjointhe .. "AI .. .. 2......... .. 180 12/1/ TRANSFER, e BclllH lK W and TURNOUTS ol
I Hodgson Bros. Superintendent, Boston.Mr. Commissioners from further proceed- a .. AI.. 3............ 7234Total 4

Herbert Loud, Manager,Do ton. ings and to require them to account to. ... ... ... ... .... ........ .. ., 4,01869 HAULING, ETC. t a g| j ,all kinds..
; tnlf '', Mr. J. Whitney Heals, Secretary, Dos the taxpayers, that Is, the County Treasury F. H. Born County Treasurer.
n ,. EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ton. for the funds no unlawfully appro- J. M. OSBAN & BRO
This will be gratifying news to Capt. priated, which they any amounts to several ,
,
Marine TITUSVILLB FLORIDA
Railway Back of Grand View hotel.-
WEATHER REPORT.By -
4 Walton's numerous East Coast friends, thousand dollars. The Judge en- .
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/ f' General Merchants and Ship Chandleis. who have known him for many years. joined the Commissioners from trading ------ .

The above self-locking tackle block Is 'with themselves. Attorneys Penney & Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for TUB OLD RELIABLE
a .Special Facilities.. the only thing of Its kind In the world, Williams, Geo. A. Worley and Col. A. Weather Bureau, U. S. Goveinment.6UMMA.KY .
l" For Hauling Out and and Is meeting with great success in the W. Cockrell represented I the complain.
4 Storing Repairing New England States. ants, and Graham & Patterson, Geo. M. : FOR OCTOBER, UIO:!. Rollins College
,
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"' Yachts and Launches. These self-locking tackle blocks will Robbins and 11. F Atkinson representedthe Highest temperature on the let 01.0 ,

/ hoist and lower like ordinary block Commissioners of Dadu county. This Lowest'O 20th. .
+ Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. any 53.0 Founded 1883.: Has special Florida charter. The South Florida College, Opewi'
and tackle, and will stop and I, ck autl- case commenced about seven o'clock p. Mean for the month,. . . 77.3: October 1st. Located lakes of Orange
on a high
pine ridge the
matloally whenever needed. Soft rope, m., Wednesday, and finished about mid- Average mean for 21 years. . 60.3 County. Absolutely no malaria. among spring-fed
i v, ) Manager Wanted. wire rope or chain can be used. Noth- night. Hljotho.t": IU too: 77.3
I ; ing to get out of order, and any person True bills found by the grand jury up Lowest .' "In 18(432.7!( ; ; : COLLEGE. ; PREPARATORY SCHOOL.

'Ii' Ii I can use these blocks., No cleat Is needed to time of )going to pres, were : Rainfall in Inches . . :. . 0 20 MUSIC SCHOOL. j SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION.

We desire to employ a trustworthy i The same device U need In cheek State *.f t'lot Ida vs Albeit Willis and Average for :23!; years . . 6.16 BUSINESS bCIIOOL. ART SCHOOL.:)

+ lady or gentleman to manage our business and deck blocks. Will hoist, lower and Bell Skinner, murder In the first degree. Greatest in ISO" 21.88 Excellent equipment. Instruction.

+ l In this county and adjoining terri look at will, from below or at any height State of Florida vs. Uaywood Suggs, Least In 18 O. . 1.33 Beautiful location. Thorough A'room, modern etud

i tory. Our House Is well and favorably or angle, an ounce or many tons, accord- colored. carnal Intercourse with a female. Prevailing direction of wind. NE Best Board. Expenses low. : Best Influences for every nt.ha!)*
known. $20.00 straight cash salary and ing to the size and shape of the block. under 18 years of age. Number of clear days . . 11 Catalog app

all expenses paid each week by Chock There Is no trigger attachment to this State of Florida vs. F. F. Edwards, resisting "fair . . 7 REV. GEORGE M.\ WARD, D D., Principal, Winter Park, Pia

direct from Headquarters. Expense block. an officer, and attempting to usea cloudy . . . 13 -
money advanced;previous experience unnecessary The small, single or double blocks can knife: upon him. days with rain . :. '14
;position permanent. Address, be used tor all kinds of light work, such State:\ of Florida vs. M. S. Cook, murder dnys with thunder. 13

+ THOMAS: I. COOPKH Manager 1OIO .Cax- an hoisting. and lowering awnings, tents, In first decree; and accessories, Floyd Island Home, THE NEW YORK GROCERY COMPANY.WHOLESALE .

t 4 4; ton Building, Chicago, III. blinds, bicycles, stretching clothes lines, Walden and J. C. Murray. Merritts Island, FU.
1 electric light/ wires, sash lights, In meat State of Florida vs. Charles Thompson, .

markets; In stoies of all kinds, and In colored attempted rape on a young girl.
t 'I al "I:,V TANTED.TRC8TWORTIIY min or lady la each county to OIl>> manage::>iTLIC. private\ house All sizes can be used Trial commenced at ;2 p. m., yesterday.The A Flue Home For Sale.A FRUIT PRODUCE & POULTRY MERCHANTS]

biwln M fur an old entublUbeU. IIOUM of either ashore or on board ship, and they first case to be tried was that of the I / I

tiI y l solid, flnanelul. etaudln C. A atral ht. bona tide cost not much more than the tackle State of Florida vs. Ed. White,colored, We buy for cash, or receive on commission all kinds of Fruits and I'roducel
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q weekly rseh.alary of *IH 00 paid by check each model southern home In South end
yf I I t Wedneadaywith, all exieiiMM direct from h..atlqitartttn. blocks now In use. charged with having/ canal intercourse and the on
of Brevard the Indian guarantee highest market prices for all We give |
River goods consigned.
county, on
,
of The
manufacturedand with under 18
YI ) Money advanced for expenMis. Man- The blocks are being a girl years age. .'
fI ; tiger, aw Caiuin building. Chlcano Sjand placed on the market, and are In jury found the prisoner guilty: and he In the center of the pineapple belt. Nice close personal attention to the consignments, and any business entrusted to us'> J

L V great demand in the New England states, will be sentenced t -d"y. I). L. Gaulden 0-room) dwelling and out-buildings. Ten have the benefit of our experience and knowledge of the market. Returns

t. t Land For Sale. where they are being used for all kindsof defended. acres lemon In, lime fruiting and pineapples grapefruit; trees 40 orange most, made on the day of sale. We solicit shipments of Tomatoes, Cabbage Potato'"
The stock Is also In demand
t4 i .1 purposes.and Is selling a" par. A Startling Surprise. all have fruit on them. Beautiful yards Onions, Celery, Oranges, Limes, Lemons, Pineapples, Peacheo. Plums, Crop

1 17ij! acres first-class pineapple land, It Is the Intention of the company to and !flower garden. Will be sold at a etc., etc.We

1' ,,a' desirable front, on St. Lucle river, at a appoint agents all over the United States, Very few could believe In looking atA. bargain.. For full particulars"address : solicit correspondence and will keep you In touch with the market.
? bargain. For reasonable terms write, and Jacksonville-Captain Walton's last T. Hoadley,a healthy, robust blacksmith, "C.
{ W. W. LPCK, redding place-will not be forgotten. of Tilden, Ind., that for ten years he suffered Care ADVOCATE, Titusville, Fla.TITUSVILLE'S The New York Grocery Co.,

Tibbals, Fla. Cuts of these blocks can be seen on such tortures from rheumatism as
a, our second page. few could endure and live. But a wonderful 100-111 BRIDGE St., JACKSONVILLE, FLORID
Any information respecting the above change followed his taking Electric TRAINS.The .
i Draylng. Bitters. "Two bottles wholly cured'
1 company can be obtain from the Inventor
J. O. Walton, 1J3 St. me," he writes, "and I have not felt a
Captain ,
following are the times of arrival
Draylng or hauling of iiim I I mis Hack Bay ofMr. twinge In over a year. They regulate
jg promptly Botolph, street of Seeds For Summer
Boston'bor and departure trains to andIrons
attended to. Meeut all trains. Stove J. Whitney Beats, the, kidneys, purify the blood and cure Titusville passenger Crops.
JI wood supplied street, Boston. rheumatism, neuralgia, nervousness Improve :
y XADLKT digestion and give perfect health. IIOUTB 01TrD.
ALFRED Titusville. ,
; Leaves Tltnrrlll for Miami and I ..
Try them. Only 60cts at R. R. Wilson
Florida Orange; Slarkat. I & Son's drug store. intermediate point at ) a 31p.m. Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts Chufaa, Teosinte, alII

; Clothing; Cleaned l>yed, HOBTHBOtTirO.t Beggarweed, clean.
The Florid orange market has been I T.Tltu.TllI.for Jacksonville I .,, .
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very brisk all through this week, and, I A Hare Chance. and Intermediate point at J *: P*"
Pressed and Repaired. Iadles'dresaes satisfactory to receivers. For small sizes Tltnrrtlto for Sanford 1 :fIII a.m CiOZlaL ::IE.A..S: :

t : l + a specialty. Address tainodtwith the rule with f:!.;::5 ob i A finecompletegentleman's residence, Arrive.TltuavtUe from Sanford 1:15 p.m Whlpp, Clays, Wonderful. Black.Unknown Ladyflngers. J

1 II SA. IP ERKIYII, difficulty for good russets. large stable anti 10 acres of land close to Clean Bright Stock: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 33o:; per qt.. Postpaid U l
4 Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street, Good brlghts found quick sale at 3.00 a growing town. Trains, etc. It couldbe OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF! WAL- peck; $...23 bushel. |

P. O. Box 205. Sanford, Fla. to $;.1.23: and the movement was very free used for a boarding house. For particulars ton's Rapid Calking Tools now.la use Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden TOO.S, Fertilizers.L. .
I and liberal. Grapefruit Is slow at $
nr-: Reading notice ads. on this page clown to $4 00), and even as low as |3.60 Address "Box 164," Price ....00 and 13.00 each, at the ADVOCATE CAMERON The Seed Store.

i are live cents per line per week. for ..-Frultman's Guide. Hendersonville, N. C. office, Titusville, Fla. e 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.


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