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East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. E. L. Brady went to Jackson .J i
LEAVE I
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YOUR
yule LAUNDRY AT THE DEATH i
trip. yesterday for a few day's business ADVOCATE office for Ocala Laundry.! OF MRS. FEASTER. WEST INDIAN HURRICANE. AMONG THE HOTELS. .

nd Topic of General Interest. Basket leaves fuesday noon. -
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DR. MILLER THE DENTIST, WILL -We Mrs.' Callie M. Feaster of LaGrange, "'.".t Our Corrr.i>nml..ii.l* tt..y Atxnit the

be at Eau Gallie Monday bept. 21 for ful weather are now.having It some Is cool most delight to passed away Thmsday morning at 4 I>MiiiMffa lu I Their Seat l.mm. the The best ADVOCATH hotels In New Is now on file at all ,; J
THE ADVOCATE few enough York city.
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days see him. be pleasant. o'clock, nt the home of her daughter The hurricane j

1150 per annum, In advance. Messrs. Mrs. Andrew Froscher after a lingering panned over Tltusville Where to stop along the East Coast. _
months .. Geo. M. Bobbins and John Judge A. D. illness of on Friday night and Saturday. The p. _____
1.00 six Henry two prominent Penney left here yesterday more than u year. wind See list of hotel on page/ 7. $
citizens was high and
of Tltus very was accompanied
$j,00 per an. foreign countries. yule afternoon for Miami to attend Mrs. Feaster was born In Lawrence,
last !
spent Friday in by a but The AnvocATH ,
Jacksonville.REMEMBER to some legal matters. S. C., on Sept. 2, 18-M: being 1'111' ) misty rain there wan no Is on file every week
years
of _
damage
kind In ut the American
any town. Havana.
: E. A. WADDELL Miami and 1; days of age at time ol her. death. Club
> Reading notice ada. are ten cents -liev. Henry Kelgwln svnortlcal miss We give nrconnt of the damage: In the _
r Is the man to to if She moved to Indian flyer with her hus The Boston branch
line| on this page. go you want ionary held services In the Titusvllle I towns of Dado county. Very little damage ofllce of the KANT _
a good Grove Pineapple Plantation or Presbyterian church last Sunday.E. band (now deceased) some :'ID: years ago, : was done north of Stuart COAST APVOCATK: Is at 401(} Atlantic S
-Mrs. A. J. :Sembler: who has spent Vegetable Farm. and has continuously made her home regular to avenue.
pineapple sheds. Our ul :
_, two months In Eustls, arrived A. WADDRLL, MIAMI real estate here since. correspondents
put -Mrs. McClouilrnnd two of jthe; account of the damage In Manager Bast of the Indian r
Tllu8ville last Tuesday.Mr. sons CO. dealer hits some choice bits of real Deceased leaven seven children to River hotel
coa, who had spent several days InTitus- estate for sale. Call upon him. mourn her loss, who Mr. Arthur T. their localities on page n. Titusvlllo, announces that tho hotel t ,
are
E. T.. Brady, after spending a vllle, the guest of Mrs. A. A. Htewart:; Feaster of will open on Sunday morning. The din ?
Ala.
Montgomery .
Mr. John MIAMt.In
after his Interests at returned to their -Mr. Ed Morgan of Melbourne : ; InK room has been
days looking home on Tuesday.Mr. ar O. )Feaster of nicely repapered!, and u
Krai rived In Titusville last Columbia S. C.; Mr. T. :Miami several small buildings the ,
were whole
returned to Tltusville Tuesday. Sunday and has house In
put good order
\
A. Fea
Arthur
tor, of Went Palm
Jennings of St. Beach Mrs.
Lode boon spending the week with his brother ; overturned trees were up-rooted, smokestacks
YOT FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell who has been at Tunklinnnock, Pa., for Mr. F. A. Morgan.Mr. W. S. Xorwood, Mrs.\ A. Froschor, Mrs. blown down metal awnings col- An AnvoOATK representative has been '

iami, if you want to buy improved the past two or three weeks is expected G. F. Dmeii and Mis. A.V.. Itnlo, of lapsed and pot.tloim of metal roofs were enjoying u visit to tho Mount Washing _

fr, unimproved lands. Prices to snit to retain to his home the first of next Glen Stiohm, of Wext Palm TitiiHvillo. There me also twenty-seven can'led awny. The entire loof of the ton Hotel White Mountains, N. II., tur. ui
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ill parties! week. Hunch, who has been spending the pasta grandchildren And six greatgrnndchildMis. I Belcher block, l.'tth: street and Avenue tag the past week or HO, and hn say It Is _

two w.eka. "t_ _InlI"n__ ___ .!\..,.,.,..I.....,.?.., rlm. __.n_. rem. II.. __. IHt..1.. ..n'. ..n.1 ._ ..._ OliO or .i.10 111111Kt blOt elK _he_ h". __ 3 _
-Mr/ ,)I. 1, Uetwiler[ of New Smyrna, -Mr. B. 'V. Rhodes one of Miami's n n n. "n''A", .._.. ... ...... ."n.I..... ...'.. .."'.''.'dd.nn ..... ---- vl..lt. .....
for Florida progressive merchants passenger on :Saturhiy'sso.IttbointI: .! } ..alltor was one of Tltiisvllle'sioldest street, and the brick front of the build tlflln the Noilh. It is under tho able '
-i I commissioner was a foimorly of Tlttisvilla train en route home. and most highly respected resi Ing also the management of those well known and .
collapsed, half
Unnl -ale. at the ADVOCATE ofllceVerilay spent a parfc Wednesday and dents upper falling
rhui-Hil.vy. |In town shaking. hands with Judge; D. D. Johnson, of Jasper, was iind the sympathy of the entire Into the Htieet. Two or three "lesldvnces popular\ ttuteiors, Messrs. Anderson A 't u ,
his numerous filends.Mr. a visitor In Titusvllle tile flist of the community/: ('! out to the beioavedfamily. In the upper part of town were lifted 1'ilco lit Hotel I Orrnond Ormonil l. Fin., ,
f Jlr .mil !Mrs M. F. Webb and chileof !- week. lie was with Hon. James F.. f 10111 their foundations but strange to and was built by Mr. Joseph btickuoy of I .

Eden; wino passengers on Tuesi -: ( D. W. Monroe left yesterday for Alexander, and both had somo law business The interment'will bo made In the May, In ill! tho irui x.Irhi) no one has bomlI'el'm.toclllll :New Voik, Tl.e Mount Washington I III .
north bound l train en route to Newik St Augustine: whole lie will stop for a before Judge Jonos. family plot In the LaGiauge cemetery I even slightly 11I1It.Tho luxuriously furnished and Is ono of tho f. fr

| fora few weeks' outing. i day and then go on to Lake City to look tblll (Jt'rl.lny: ) rooming at 10 o'clock. west wall I of the now Metropolis most complete and up-to-date hotels l In .' M ,

.sir, I Newton Banner of Hobo after business matters connected with -Wednesday's southbound train had ------ building 1 which had risen to the sooomlli tire United /.States. Mr.\ Ileury M\ Flag ,
his turpentine iuteittHts there. quite a crowd of the Miami WIles and | her, owner of lire Florida
CONVICT or, WitS blown down. The car sheds ltKt Coast Rail t ,
find i is enjoying a vacation at Tallulah KILLED BY GUARD.
Key West Guards on board. They were at "th street and. the railroad and the w ay'and l pulutiiil l hotels Infoiined the '
Lls.On nfter which he will visit his -lion. .Jas. E. Alexander of Volusia :
home
returning; from the
ADVIIOAIN ,
encampment of shed over I tho freight dorks on the river representative that ho was
bomo In county a candidate
Liverpool fur
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England. the second district was congress from tbe )Florida state Troops at Jacksonville.Mr. Wednesday List' a guaid by the are also down. Telegraph,: ami. telephone lucre than pleasnd with this grand hotel .

Master James Dole will take his de- his friends In Tltusvlllo mingling the (list among of the John R. Walker has had a Co-I name of hmith, employed 1). W, Monroe poles ale down and tho streets are a tuu- In tho Now Hampshire mountains; and $

:ture Sunday for Lake City where he week. "Jim Alex" i Is quite confident of qulna walk placed In front of his store in A CO'H. turpentine camp on the : gle of wiitm. ho and! his wife have been so charmed

1 enter the University of Florida foreteulag success. Titusvllle. As soon us the rock becomes Grant, south of Titusvllle, killed n convict I.KMOV: cirr. with /It, that they have spent nearly a
term. Best wishes Jim. packed he 11I'11I'cover It with who was attempting to escape. month In the hotel. Tho manager, .
cement
Trees blown
-Mr. J. G. Bast who has spent the which will make Him The convict had been sentenced were down houses torn MoHsrs. Anderson! A Price are meeting ,
-Mr Minis who a and substantialwalk. at
Casper has olt the
spenteral month In posts, roofs carried oil, awl on with much '
past California, returned to Jacksonville to eight: years' Irupilsonnient siieooas in both their palatial .
months at Derby and various 'Titusvllle on Tuesday. Mr. Bast attended for killing a policeman and the whole, we had a pretty serIous lime hotels, and they havo hosts of friends
ell in Connecticut and New York, Is the G. A. R. The Titusvllle High School opened was of It. No one was butt. The fruit trees both North and South. :'
lecteJ, reunion, and afterwards on sent to Monroe's camp to servo his As usual, the f ( :
May, to return home tomorrow or visited relatives at Red Bluff He reportsa Monday with Prof J. D. Teeter, principal term. Some time ago: he escaped, but lime are badly damaged and almost all the management has a good oftloe staff, I i 1. ),
delightful outing.Mrs. ; Miss Lillian) Geiger; 1st assistant trees are uprooted, whirl Includes the following '
; was recaptured, and for several days ; : Win./S.::! ;
-Mr "'larence : Miss Aleph Mlrns :id. assistant Mlsa The Methodist church was blown off Kennoy room clerk U. E. SmIth '
to
Myers, a popular young ; previous his death he had refused to ; cash- 10
chant, of Palatka, and Mr.V.. C. Frank- 1E..who Webber have and son, Mr. Carrie Mendel primary. The school work and had caused his keepers considerable the. block In the storm and I tho front ier; Oha Davis, asrdratantoashier; James 't I' .'

eman, of the same place who spent two months Webber at their old spent home tbe past has an enrollment of 105. trouble.On badly damaged. H, Gondrtdo, front clerk; Fred C. Boyntnn .1 .

jtral days here last week, left for their field T) not.. Mnine. returned to at Titus-Red -Mr. and Mm. M. S. .TonoH. Jr.. and Wednesday while wnrklncr south r"y N'rIlN. ._ mall clerk. and II. f.,. Ilnrnjttt. nlirltfc" ; "
lie Saturday Minor of Fox Lake he must have ;; Ms clerk. Mr. i*. nutter Smith: is tlio : ;'
,
son, made general
vllle Tuesday., They lepoit having hada were passengers on y llter. np Boynton sotinm to have gotten the full
YI. and Mrs R. F. McFadden of line time and, enjoyed their outing immense day's northbound train. .U I r. Jones and mind to either escape or die In the attempt extent of the cyclone. Thomas Nooly's superintendent of the hotel.. I I 1111 Z i I I'
While .
KtoDil.' who have Hntmt. the mimmer. At !v. son stopped off In Titusvllle for a few fur with an axe, which he WON us house was blown down and utterly being shown over the hotel by ,i .

fee' Ga;, visited Chailesron.H. C. the days, while Mrs. Jones went on to Daytona ing cutting boxes, lievntarted towaid" tbu wrecked. A doxen other itmldemwH, weia General Audeison, the ADVOOATB: representative t \ a
i nf the week. to reach, -The TitiiAvllle Cutlioho church has to Interview the dentist.Married guard, the guard told him several times Mown trout tlutlr foundation' nnd moio took noto of the fact that tire AJ t,1 l''
Thy expect been provided with n resident to stop and threatened Mount Washington In ou a beautiful I I
torn loday or tomorrow.Mr. priest, to shoot him If or loss dam:iK d. Out iruurss were blown J'-' ;
Bev. Father Barrltt at Isl.ind Grove )"13., un he plateau, completely surrounded,
having airived the cume nearer ; Ilio convict who wan a promiscuously atound, the by tho ,
anil : Jrs. F. W. Wills and Mr. last of last week with his nfere, Miss Hept. :2., 11)02) ):.!, Mr. Frank Ayer, of Wnb-. colored man, refused! to stop, so the graph poles and wires were blown town down tolu- mountains. Tim extreme length of the i ; ; I I t (

1. (fillmore of Jensen; and Mr. and Genevieve Bariltt. They lire at home basso Bievard county to Mils D.illnn" /guard did the only thing 1 be could do to gnava, lemon and I lima I treeS hud hxitn structure In Itl7: feet, and, four floors are jj' ,

i. E (lamer, of Waveland, who have in Mr. John It. Wai kef's cottage/ In Call, of Island! Grove. The young couple\ save himself and that wall to shoot him, n of their folliign, and their fruit" above thn foundation Htoiy. From the 4 'r '
i pending North Tltusvllle. immeriiately: left for Wabbaso whom" the ball .southei extremity of the hotel ,\
several weeks at Daytona entering the ",un'M breast In the I literally cnveied the ground. ono look f'' ,
Packing
I Seabreeze, have returned they are at home to their friends. centte, ItHtweeri the lower / directly lino Cluwford's" Notch on thaninth I :
to their -Mr. Tom Shave and wife of Eau I .'Ih... The houses wont blown front their foundations ;
el. -Mr. A. J. / jury brought In a verdict of or dining room end, the view commands .
Gallic came up to 'I'lt IIMvilie hv"t Sunday Sembler happened to an Justifiable and In several Invtances entirely JelTemon tv ,f ,t,
lUr K. "I'orson Paddison, of afternoon on the northbound train. accident yesterday In DUl'lm', market. homicide. blown to pieces. The pineapple fieldsweie Is Notch and on the west ', ;)

Fort Pierce branch of the manager East Coast Mr. Shave returned on the next train to The chair be was sitting In fell over nearly, leveled to the gioiind, tho ed 1.'abYflll tho residential,I'aiut while opposite; are rang ". ', ''If''
bar and backwards and his head. struck tin can new pineapple plants that had but peaks. The hotel 'Ii *1
| Supply Co., who has spent Eau Oallie; but Mrs. Shave stayed over CHURCH NOTICES. recently ttand nt an elevation of
past month cutting a gash two or three Inclius long been set out being blown In seventy or 't"."
| or two with his for a few d.tys visiting with Mrs. :Nenan over
parents eighty feet above the
?"lnt raswell; N. C., was a in South Titusville. act'OHS tbe back of his head., He i Is nut some place, burled In the sand In others The lower Ammonoosuo river. ,t t a
Wonday' passenger inconvenienced by it at all. liev W. )F. Shoemaker:! and In still other places blown out of sturyiuu built for the most part 'I
southbound : will hold the j
train en route \ir. W. T.. Riley. fnrmerlv service or bOI1Ilnr. A I..v.. tI.l. I"A I, ..__ 1_ __ "
engineer -The next M iind ay at Mini at 10llIa.:: !) ground.About. ; ;;; '
Fla. East Coast at this m. ) ; i 1
Ky.
on the Sanford branch of the F. E.: C. and won.iLhiotrstilnorbuing wholly devoted
at Titusvllle lit 1 .10 a mile north of the rtJ
: Boynton
f Mutor(\ George Walker son of Mr. Railway, who has been with his family from place Is about to change Its car scales i Invited.All !I. p. m. All are hotel, and directly opposite the foot of to the public room and business office* r t I
|Mrs lolm, K. Into the mountains of the Carolinas Its present location opposite the of the establishment with three stories
Walker of Tltusville, returned rakeVorth, the Htandard OH) Oom.paoy' W,4, ,
k,,* sent the past five weeks in to Tttnsville last Monday. Mrs. passenger/ depot to a point just noithof the members of the Methodist La barge, No. IM: lay pounding of chambers above, tile whole capped by ..,: \ ,
on
''fort X, t returned home on Mon- Riley and the children stopped over at the old J. T. & K. W. tracks close to die,, Aid Socletyare earnestly requested the lecf where the storm, had driven If tbe great towers, In which are about r '

lie wan met In Jacksonville byhis Hastings but will arrive in Titusvllle the lumber yard, and the preliminary to meet at the lesldenco of Mrs. Wllll- the night before. About five miles forty morn sleeping rooms. The whole I "V /!

''w, Charlie; who had spent two :Sunday.: work has been going on this week. han, Saturday: feept. IDth, at :3 p. m. south and nearly opposite Delray the number of guests'' sle.plnroornllio/ the

f k ie with relatives In the j-Mr. John B. Walker hall had the Rev J. B. Uiltlih nebula the house Is about 'J.IO. Tha music hall ;
Metropolis -The Ocala Steam Laundry which Ice Hawk will preach at City; steuniHhlp was on thereel'
.
Is
they dame home II ) by TI: feet, the rotunda 11)5:) by 10.1; i
together. cream parlor in the northwest of Point and broken In three ;
has been represented In Titusvllle for corner Sunday. Hept. 2O, at 10'iO:: a. m. places. This feet and f
hn! WH, Hall and little daugh- the past several months by Mr. L. W. his store removed and Is now running and at Eau: Gallle At 7:::10( p. m. latter....vessHl had .a mixed cargo of 7.WK 84 feet, will an octagonal sent/ live dining hundred room 84 by ,

PISS Wlllur.1, of Titusvllle and Mrs. Halle has transferred Its agency by Mr. the shelving on that side through to the Rev. Hawk has organized a large Jun. tons on board and was bound from Galvouion There are several people. 4

sister Mrs. Victor C. Lloyd of Halle's wishes to Mr. A. M. Rogers.; West wall. This Is a decided Improvement ior Epworth, League at Kiiu: Gallln. It tit Hamburg but had Intended to and a beautifully decorated private dining room i
tee, and In the appearance of his large store. will bold meeting on stop at Newport News for coal. There banquet ball.
Wednesday
son, Master Earle visited This laundry is considered the best In Sept. Tba chamber are large and suite .i,
1 from Next summer he will :DO, at 4 were every
Friday until the State and Titusyille's population again arrange to p. m. twenty-eight parsons on board, has
'1 W" wm who Monday. Mrs. Itself take care of the Ice cream business' by nine of whom lost their lives the rest a private tll\th. an have also half of
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have should congratulate on having access the Individual
spent two
In I' nearly arranging a parlor In the East end of the managing/ to get ashore safety. Her IIleoplnrlHml./ Kvery I I*
tusvllle I
at to such up-to-date laundry.We
tbe an
home
WM. In the
', Hall 'left of Mrs. store. M. MERWIN DEAD. cargo of cottonseed oil, coke, lumber room new house i* a front room,

*-lo.llRnatAA:- ...... yesterday for theirMr. regret to announce that. Miss etc._ ._ came ashore along the beach and.} and houKe almost III Sl> a* regard* *un, for the '
rmrpollelv .
Grace Reed of lltusviiie hRS wltht1ruwn U..rdner.1f 1'"lyer4. The sail Intelligence has reached us of the oodles or tuoso lost are coming in, nlaced. on I" MAlP.netla
and frs. Henry M. Flagler, Mrs from the race for World Fair Commissioner. the death of Mr. Wro. M. Merwln which one having been found at lioynton Nun- meridian north a/id .soutl'ci.: ; j

e, and her daughter; Mrs. J. Miss Heed had over 29,000 votes occurred at his home in Mllford. Conn. day anJ burled, and another found up the east rooms 1.'i hour more sun than
iennAD but Miss! Thomas and Miss Sheet Music 8 cents to 20 cents. tile corresponding: room In the old bousa
are a last Sunday on Sept. -,th. Mr. Merwln' opposite Lantana.WEHT 1
merry
M the, Mount party stop- Pye having increased their lead, she has Mattln II, 15c, ISo, 2iic:. 3)0.' and 4.>c. not been health has have. The peculiar arrangement of the .
good for
Washington
e hotel Fine line Handkerchief Perfume aOo some time, but his PALM It K:ACII.Tlie wings at of '
Mountains. ">z. an angle 1.1.1: ; degrees with
Mr. and .Mrs )Flag- deemed It unwise to continue In the race death was quite unexpected. g ,
f port a very enjoyable time la the/ longer, thinking she was taxing her Fruit Jar Rubbers, 10 cents per doz. Afr. Merwin owned Lake Worth News ofllce uttered the main house, has a delightful result P '

tanii| :Mr punier will a visit friends to much in their continued efforts Gilt Edge: : Boston Elite Shoo Dressing. residence In Rock ledge a very attractive to a great extent, and the Ions will ap In making every point of view a desira l j
East ; pay )Furniture, Dry Goods Shoes.C. across* the proximate several hundred ble one. The building; I III us near fireproof u .
Coast In November. Mr. J. for her. The vote Miss Reed has gotten avenue from the New Kocklodge hotel dollar The
>Itci ,is with 1\\(r. Flagler. has been remarkably largo: and attests to A. GARDNER, Titusvllle Fla. and has been spending; his winters/ there massive tin roof wan stripped Into rib all frame construction will permit.
the esteem In which she Is held. Miss for many years past. bon and hurled Into the street and ad. All timber are painted with fireproof [. .

Heed's acquaintance outside of her The ADVOCATK tenders its joining lot. Water cam pouring In, de chemical; there are cement stop in all L'' *1

Per Sale. home town is quite limited, which has Sulphur SprIngs for Sale. sympathy to the bereaved family deepest In luging; the various department. The partitions wire lathing; and, beside the .
been a hindrance In her campaign. Besides their Morrow. last Issue of the New.. states that the usual hydrant and chemical extloqiiUher 'It .' W
Hpple! been handicapped edition gotten out with the at convenient point, a complete '
plants for sale. Apply to this Miss Reed han The famous Avon printer ys- jJ .
,1 i. W, Bni'SEH by the two Jacksonville candidates Sulphur Springs located standing/ In water to their shoe top and tern of automatic axlloquUher. St : .
Georglana Fla. being able to obtain votes at a fraction About at Avon hundred Livingston coont11 N. Y. Pineapple Slips. water coming In on them from above. On the ground floor are the Indoor '.4 v <

I over a cent each while every vota one acres Including The Masonic Temple WM considerably amusement, tnakltg/ that floor the rainy
pJ
Abakka about of beautiful
Slip for Sale. sent In for her represented an outlay of five twenty of acre park 20,000 floe Red Spanish damaged by. water, and some of the up. day object point. Here are well equip- !
springs; sulphur water and a first- IIlIpllor Immediate billiard
peel
.. from two to rive cents by her friends. class half mile race track. These delivery for sale at reduced per brick work started.Do room, golf: club quarter, '
t to !IOI springs/ ter'* crockery notion and gun 1'0001. club room, bicycle room, *huflleboard -
lie 7'0eitra Pne| Abkaka produce the finest rates. AHKKNKY t'nuit Co.KIdred dry
slips sulphur water known. .
with
e.appl>. to C.H.MuzricH good store wo damaged to a limited a Urge, airy playroom for 'j "
Fischer Cottage For Ilent. For further particulars address< Fla. amount bv water and fafllnff Dlaatar. tbe cblldren. A 1 lmmloll. 11001. filled 1 LY 'i4 .

Waveland Fla. C. $. CHAPPOTI.V"' The store of Miller &. Co.,- ,- with mountain brook water kept at even ci
grocers was
tf2.; Exchange tit, Rochester N. V. oiiMe&eeper Wanted at Once. A sight.! Between falling wall and floods temperature by steam jets adjoin the ,. _____

lIee" for Sale. 7 room house in Tltusvilleplenty; pure of .ter. great deal of damage wa done. /golf locker room.. A mod floor Inclose _____

drinking water. Apply to, Notice of J>rawlngthe Jury. A well In the Dade County State Bank build. the pool, and there are dressing and toil- $ .
C. F. FliCKJC', recommended elderly lady to ____
et _
'5 fOI ing the water damage room adjucent with minor
sale 50() c Monies of Italian 20nov3 Titusvllle Florida. do work for a small family. Address / WM considerable. many per- ,j f
IIIYee The new Jefferson block wa fecting details of one of the most complete 4iu '
badly
( L? i bee' about 40 extra 3 tory The Judge of the County Court and tf' "X. Y. Z." damaged. A large portion of the roof department of amusement to be .

l te rapid escapes excluder: : etc. ; Wagon for Sale. the Sheriff of Brevard County Florida, care ADVocATE Titusvllle, Fla. WM torn off and the plate KUU. window found In any public hotel the world over. 1t
| Wngtank? extractor: : ; 1 foundation will meet with the Clerk of the Circuit of the middle store on Olive street broken There I III a dormitory for *arv ntt ISO

boards. heater eto. rv nrt at the J. II. HOGAN, i now have on hand large stock or County Florida, on Wednesday upper story occupied by the Utopia club stable, which nerve both the Mount I .

--- Artesla, ha.res 8-Inch tire and 3-Inch tire one-horse wag. the 30th day of September, A. D.lOO'i A party. of six: to eight adult wishing office lad sleeping rooms were deluged} Washington/ and the Mount Pleasant hotel it

OilS that can be delivered at once. at 11 o'clock a. m. fpr the purposeof to find Just the right place to have a jolly and the wall practically ruined. *, and many other adjunct to the hotel r i

and !Mules For Sale. JR.. drawing the Jury to serve at the Fall time In fishing and hunting on the famous Anthony Bro*.,occupying the Clematis of much Interest to all comer. The j
FU. term of Circuit Court In and for _
Tltuirllle Brevard Indian )River with a private lam. avenue store of the new Jefferson block, whole building I U a credit to the owner, tg '
t.jth I County, Florida which said Court will liT of two adulu. In their winter resort suffered to a great extent by water. Mr. Htloknay who ha spent over a mil f

b Carolina III shlD Irons "T home Cord Wood Wanted. convene on the 26th day of October A. home, provided with all comfort, such In the old Jefferson block the) damage lion dollar on It. i. _

They a car of malt and D. 1908, being the Fourth Monday therof. as cabin catboat,, fitted for cruising for WM comparatively light although all .

aad will *"10 THMYlll the The publie will take ootic and be (orrned hire or sale; row boat and launch accommodations the firm occupying the lower} story and For Kent
30th or Leases'
.01'1 If you are needing 100 cords four foot Ughhrood OD line accordingly. sun parlor screened, ping- Kenne)'* cafe and office on the second _
mateoI' nice driving horse r. V. C. RT.. south of New Smyrna. Witness my band and the seal of the pong etc., address floor suffered more !I.... -
pleaiM now to or
tlIr opportunlt1' to get what.7012 Please make bids to W. R. Moses. Agent Circuit Court this 18th dy of September rooms and for farther partICII\an.\ K./{ J.e n.uuo:>...-.._. _vp..rauou____ __ wan_ yufttmiij.. ..,. The Thomae ---- a .man hnardln.- ..

at prices to suit. Water Works West; Pains Beach! ,, 'la.J A. D. 1903. A. A. 5nrwA.&T. Blair Merritt (Island), 71*. (Near four roofed, M WM lo his business block house centrally located In the town of
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> M. WOOTX:! Right reserved to reject any and aU bid*. (ct. ct. seal) Clerk Circuit Court, I largest hotels on xt Coast). Open Narcissus street, In which are Dlmlck aD.1 I Cocoa. A floe opportunity for tile right _

Tarn bull, Fla. eptlS Brevard Count1l'1orlaa.1 from November until May. I (continued on 8th page.) party. Apply to. Ma*. M.' A. Cocoa THOMAS, Fla. _____





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BRUTES GIVEN TO DRINK ONIONS AND LEMONS.

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Mnnr Animal Be..m. Intoxleatvil Maid to n* a Projection In c... or
,, FEAR& f avql on Catare'. Itrvera.fea. Contaadova III......
Although", has often ben mild when When a mere lad I hud often heard it awy't1YN '
HFad fipeitklug of drunkenness that even the said that the eating of onions and I

beasts of the Held do not get drunk It lemon was a protection( against contugloim I ,) a t -
la nevertheless u fuct that a great diseases. and when about eight I 44f4
w many unlmals do get Intoxicated. en years' of age I hail an opportunityto 1 t
i hO ellrt Take the elephant, for Instance. He In test 'them for myself. I hud spent 9 z .
L particularly fond of the fruit of the the winter In the city of New Orleans e

,t ,i iS' ungiiuu tree and nlthi>ugh he appear! where1. In time Hprini! yellow fever of u t tI tt I

to have HOIUC Idea that it in not good virulent type made Its appearance I
I for him he will go on eating when IM canning tin urgent demand, for nurses
Y'I has once begun until he 1\Uldly, excited and having faith III what I had heard
and HO intoxicated Hint be will of the protective power of onions and l
lemons I concluded to take what 1
stagger from side to Hide. Every now my
and then he will pull liluiwlf up shake friend culled u ghiiHtly risk and made i ii
his huge head and tear madly through application at the I'utumon Street: boa i -j- '

the forest, trumpeting the tap| of bin petal for u position as nurse, was ac- $
r \ j jiz 0u voice and terrifying every living crea 'pptf'd and entereel at once upon a line I it r \ MI

,, It ture. It Is said that lie will even dare of duty, in commencing which I began ,
and defy his most dreaded enemy the the me of raw onions and lemons alI I
tiger when in this condition but we ternHtlng weekly with lemons, always -" \'

have no menus of verifying this It If* taking them Just before going to bed.I ,
,, took no other remedy, although'
-- well known however, that uti elephant
PORTRAITS OF CATS. la In a most dangerous, condition when medicine was provided every morningfor
BiifTei'Ing: from the effects iof eating all attaches. At the expiration of

{''d VnrloBH it.a.ona \\liy They Arc V.ryIIIMIruK : this beautiful fruit, and all who can the tenth week I was. no longer needed I
, r to I'nli.l. take! euro to keep out of his way as' and left tn"iis. vigorous health as whenI I YJ
r s! IB speaking/ of the putting of rnta much an possible. entered the* hoKpltal. + 4
t on canriiH a painter J of them recently The sloth bear la another animal On taking my departure!' I was reminded I
i it Hold: "'lliey lire without; doubt\ one of given to tills ta III njJ. The natives of by the head physician that his
the moNt (1I111<'l1lt rrratureH ,to paint, India are In the habit of hanging little medicine bad probably preserved my
14 and laincMitiilily. r..w11'11..1. ,* make u vessels on the palm trees for tho purpose health. Nevertheless a number of
i ? micTC'HS: of 1 tlu.'lr 1 l'Ol'II'IIItIll'I.' 'llicy lire of clltllnthe) / juice. This juice nurses And attaches had died of the
d'' ,' F HllUOMt lll.. ]>OKNibll'. to keep llllvt, and is so attractive to the sloth bear that, fever, despite his vaunted medical abll
'? I the particular llnlTy 'cMittliH'xn" et their although such a poor Umber, he will 'Ity. Before leaving the institution I acquainted .
1T coats lit I fur from caiy: to depict In pig. scramble up and go on Inking the the doctor with the fact that
f { inciitx. 'Ilia furious cut painters lire juice until be la HO drunk that be can I had not used his medicine, but bad
fi-w mid wham c-liolcu or cliam-o illn- only slip helplessly to tho ground and relied solely upon my onion-lemon Cui
1 ji4 c'ovei'B one hi. or more often slie, UncU lie there !in a drunken stupor until the treatment, when he said it was a wonder
Jt the /Kilt u mint of wc'iillh. effects have passed otto that It had not killed me and if it
t ; t r "In uvicl> Kioiiku's well known picture Hut the sloth bear la not the only had that I hail deserved it. .
of the dn iky PI'l'lIl'1l1'r nt dinner animal who la HO partial to this juice On another occasion I bad a nlmlhir
as In the Corcoran Art gallery In WunhliiRton of the palm tree. The ciirlouH fruit (or expel'luuc'O with smallpox cases in a The wonderful power of Lycllu. IMnklmm's Vegetable Compound over the diseases "nt uomai
t+k' I the rut In tin foreground could fox) bats (family ptc'rl1podhlll) are particularly northern city finding the onion and kind is not because: it is a f\timulant-not because it is a palliative, but simply beeau.se it i -lit mos t
ii 1 be !Induced. to Hit still only by having fond of it. This peculiar little lemon n perfect protection to myself wonderful tonic and l'(>con tructor ever discovered to act directly upon the whole uterine system, 1JO 1II\'el'I'
tier feet glued to the floor, But Batlu- combination! of beast and bird with its and many of my associates-:Medical CUHIN'Cf disease and restoring health and vigor.Marvelous .
$ factory result all to expression. In foxlike face reddish, furry body and Talk. [ furai are ported from all parts of the country by women who have U-fti "run' d.\ ,(mug!
I which u cat's face can bo particularly black, uncanny looking wings, the dell- nurse vho have witnessed cures, and physicians[ who have recognized the virtue m L\' lia E
t. # eloquent' are not to lie np<'urr \vny' Tliowo N'hlhave had teimcin/s to (quivering down to the very lips, will estate agents endeavoring to dl81'ol
know Hiiy that even the fur of feline fly to these. vessels 'in company with any property? If you so,may send.have full, particulars for sale' 01oxclmnijo One of Many Women Cured by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,

mI 114 I Indicative of several thlnga. In Rome hundreds of his companions and of what yon have, to-1 R. IJeDJ.kmin, Without Submitting to an Operation, Writes : -
health and eontentinent It Htumla out they will suck the Juice until the II:inoveitoo, O.
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t flu 111 ly from their bodies' wlillo In fear ground/ below the tree will be dark -------- "!)KAH )ht>!. I'triuAaa-I win a great sufferer for three yearn, had( some of the leading JaVql"d1lSand !
'". a + or displeasure It Ilex Hut and lankly to with the bodies of these bats, who will Max, O'Rpll'n Adder they all t\1I1luothlllg but an operation would cuie: me, but to that I would not; submit

P, 11 the Hkln. lie there ,too helplessly. Intoxicated to During hit. tour through Australia [ picked up a taper mind saw your advertisement I and made up my mind to try your anent in-! J 1
"Not long $l nee a picture wn.. placed move or defend themselves uo mutter mummy j-ears ago death was once close had falling and inflammation of the womb and a flow of whites all the time pains across sm.m II wl
a on exhibition of a cut/ lapplnx milk, what may turn up. upon :Max O'llell, as it seemed to him severe headache. did not know what [it was to lie without a pain or an !ache until I used pow nieiiicim,
with It* tall held hlxh. Though the The biggest drunkard of nil Is perhaps at the time. Lying in bed one night In After three months' use of it, I felt like a new woman. I still sound the praise of Lydia I': 1'inkham'! ,

11. teclmtiiue waif good and the fur reiilly the palm civet. f+o addicted in a bush hostelry. worried by mosquitoesand Vegetable CoiuixMiiid.."-) its. WM. A. COWAN, 1804( llainbiidge St., HaUdrlphia, 1'a
lr ;r 'furry,' the value of the whole was this animal to the drinking habit\ that thinking of the snakes against
practically nil, because no rat tins ever he has been termed tho toddy cut And which he hud b'fOnVnrned., he became A Graduate Nurse, Convinced by Cures, Endorses Lydia E. Pinkham's
Ji been known to eat with Its tall In the a more helpless foolish looking crea- aware of the presence alongside of him
Vegetable She Writes -
ft air. With waving tall. they do Indeed turn than he Is when he la thoroughly oil.. (cold treacherous snake, probablya Compound. :
1' rush toward the food, but with the intoxicated, with the palm Juice It death adder as it was only about DEAR :\IK 1'ISKH.MliniHtering: : to the sick I have had numerous chances'! to m i-ompui.' L>dljK.
first lap or bite down goes the caudal would be difficult to llnJ. There are three feet long. Death from the bits IMiikliam's Vo({<>tulIo Compoundith other medicines in cases' of diseases: of wonu-ii m.. tun t tit
1 appendage lower and lower, until with many other animals given to this fullIng of this playful adder Is rapid and painless number of cures, recorded where your medicine was used convinced mo that it is the safest! mo nurH
a a full stomach it Kweepa the ground. but all those I have spoken of live and the Frenchman receded. aft medicine for a nick woman Doctors certainly must know the value of 1.,(II" I:. "lnkl""I1'"I.tuhl./:: (!
4 '. Yh In the cases of young kittens It I"1 often In India and It may be that the bent erwnrd his reflection! that' it was better (!iiipouiid. lam comincxyl that you deserve the splendid record you have etude.Y nirit v>-n teal)
different, however. They Bern m We Into which Induces extreme thirst a frequent perhaps to die that way than by MRS. CATIIERINK( JACKSON, 7tiO Ueaubien bt, Det1"Oitlich.: ." (Graduate Nurse and I'lesulem. [iota
t a r a dUli of milk with their pointed excuse among men. 1 lit the direct gout or rheumatism. After an hour of Emergency Association.)

rat Ilka tnlls at right iinglm to their cause of It,--Collier': .* Weekly. agony however he slipped out of heel
bi roily poly bodlen and HouietluieH forget strut'k light! and went about the room Many Physicians Admit that no ,Medicine'Known to the Profession Equa}

to take down this Hlgu of animation Fleet rival 0..111..11.. searching tor the walking stick be had Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound for the Cure of Woman's Ills,
and nlertneHH. Any one who known hertz years ago first produced rapid curried, especially for defense against
1 cat. know that the tall at every angle electrical) oscillations mud showed that reptile After n'weary and nervous. and We are Permitted to Publish the Following : ---

3 l and with every movement"ID expressive they traveled through space with the hunt h.. found It at lust among the disordered nEAR :MRS. ]'ISKII"' ( : It g-iVt'lillIe great pleasuiu to state that: I have. found( Lydia 1'. I'inkllnm'y.jtf'tJhlt
t Of Homo definite emotion. speed of light and, reappeared us electrical bedclothes. CoiiipiMind: very cllicai: 'ums, and haH ot'tt prescribed it for feitialu difficulties

hl I +' oscillations. and npnrkH In suitably .. .My oldest (daug'itor' found! it very )hf.nt'tll'ial for uterine trouble "ollle.two venis: ago, und m\ :p
', t CHIVALRY OF SAVAGES arranged conductor nt n distance. C'arlonn Habit In n Dow. laughter. Is using[ it for fom.iln weakness" and as I a tunic, and slowly hutlul't'l.v paining; ,.;tl'l'ngth11111/ health f !
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d" Starting with waves twenty feet longin A certain I'ouieriinlun bus! a most ex "I freely advocate it as a most lelLible specific[ all disorders,; which wUI1.t'lIll1'l'rmhjel't] I" dad," ore;.
1 S Many ll.rbnr..a. Tribe Are ICxpvird- air and on. <"Hinting .VMMio.oot. ( ) times a traoidlnary habit at mealtimes which honest endorsement. Vonrs veiy truly, .\RAIt C.( UurcniAM, :M.D.[ ,4 Itiigluun/ : I'ark.; Kithiv "w-
P' In.l, frvnllal to \Vomon.Ulitruveled "second he worked' down to waves one- appears' worth recording. This bebav

t1 people commonly suppose tenth us long! and ten times' us!! rapid lor is the prelude, to only one kind of If physician[ dated. tei 1 lie. flank allll open, InuidieiN of them wnul.11I1'kllowl'clg-I'. that' tit \ '. ,vtntpreao'ilat

4 that savages always treat their food--I. e., bread and milk. It consistsIn Lydia 1':. i'inlchnnt's'-getable' Compound in severe c'lis-es of female] ills, u,, MI.. .' '\1.. umegs.trienco I
women badly, making mere slaves and A Tim Hlur..r. first wiping/ the noise smartly to and that, it can !1")*, relied. ujinn to effort a "i-ino.
beasts of bunion of them. Thin la Niles Nexdor'ihln Is a !pretty time of fro on the flannel on which the dug Women: \\hnare trnnMedvith ir 'h,' I-n'l(
1 true In some CIISOH, but ninny burburluna night for that Dasher girl. to l>e plnylngthe lies, and this Is repeated. between each 1 le llnnrr'tlelt' falling: inflammation or ulceration of the uterus! ovarian troubles! that 'lifailiiir: ,di I< \." d 111

r are excfedliitfly thlvuliuua. toward pin 110. moiitllful. To such' an extent is thiseccentricity d.Z.tlllhNa, faintness indigestion, nervous'! prostration or the Lines, should. take immediate iu-tn> .,.rri..
i women Miss Alto I -Oh. she's no respecter. Of curried that slut refuses, the !serloiH conseqnenoos, nnd he festered to perfect i health and btieiih'th by taking I.jdia l-.. I IVegetable "11IJ.h nn I i 1
!The Maori of New.enlaud; alwaya time. You rim tell that from the way this kind of food altogether If there Is. Coinpenni(1, and! thon write to ;\11'oI.! J IMiikhnni" Lynn ]:M.iss. for further free tub,;, 1M:
M treat women with the ineutest, deference she' )JllIyllIlnn1tllnorwl'rl'an.. no tlnnnel to wipe her nose on. The person has had such a vast and MUf'N'MSflll exru'rienee in treating'female ills. She\ has guided !.IIImda:
'ii and respect no much mi that the curious part of the whole episode Is Xicalth. Every suffeiinsr woman "should asV for mind follow her; advice.
li Karl of Urtufurly once called them "'h..t Ulil II* .Meant that there H none of this wiping with
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it "the truest gentlemen on enrtli. They "nn VI' you ever been married?" bread sopped' In gravy. It seems to tm
( will not penult a woman to do any bard asked the magistrate. suggested, by some Irritation peculiarto r
Official Supply I House of The Illinois Fishermen's
work If they can do I it for her and the nt the bar Association
"No, replied prisoner warm mllk.I.ollllon Times.I'orty C a to tof
( their boy.. are taught from earliest of Justice: "but I've been, blown up bydynamite.
i f youth that rudt-nes' and unklndneHtt ." l'hlll"1lphlltepf'n" "fannies Thirty J>ujs. The Chicago Net and Twine Co. I y r I
rrliuvH, Herond
toward women nre only
to lying and cowardice For A"vel'\lmon'hslIllr younger brother Mannf.ictnrerH: of- JTOS i' :s pre
had l been troubled with Indigestion.,
I o- A young Kngllsh: lady named (Jertriulo Ho tiled several remedies but got 10 H 0'Eo .
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IU'11 traveled alone among the benefit from !them We piiichased some :j ftJ > >e k
Druseii. of Hjrrln.: She wa everywhere of C'hnmbeituln's' Stomach and Liver : 2O:: : x f t g'" PIR kI..
I received, by thorn with the jjieutestcourtesy r Tablets and he commenced taking the in. I / G. ,...
and hoxpltallty. Ppeclul tents 1 J( i t, r* Inside. of thirty dt)II he hud gained, forty I ta ua bOb I.'I
were unalgneil (o her use, and the pounds In flush lie IN now fully recovered. I 6 i <
S uliclks. vied with each other in being I rr4 We have a /good trade on the tablets. ta. 0 I
'if her humble serviint. "No= well bred .Hoi ley Itroa., Merchants, Long Branch ... tUSHING OCl) as :ti:
Mo For salt by all druggUtsi.mil, me.li I = 68
,1 3f KnglUh. gentleman could' have been < i
( more rhlvnlrons.;. she said', "and tho'ywI're cine uoulers' t N::: =0 <<.- OJ a4 .. "1
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I, if. Just as ronrteoua to their own Corals at Oar Own Caavat. NETS and Netting of Every Daicrlptlon o II n b 01 N; 0 =

Y i women us they were to mom"i It is a common notion that corals Dealers In Seine 'I wine, Maitre Cord Hope, Ktc.: In > Z i o Sa..,
i i* Tbo FlJIana go to extreme They grow only In tropical and lIubtrollclIlwatN's Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. 0... 11
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are no deferential and polite to their 79-81-8J E. Indiana St. Chicago a 0 ,..
vimil and 1 that no coral reefs are to 111'/I ", iiem
{ >, womenfolk' that they let the hitter be found ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... QJ '
along familiar
our own I
A woman's }
"rule the 1'0001t'lItirely.
>! coasts. As matter of fact coral the-mlnoll (.J C '
a 'Itth-emen';
t + word la apt to be law In the Fiji ,Is Health is a magnet which. hTUi.libt We are Member of } Association. f/0 ;; -
draws the man to tbe woman in life'. mating formations stretch all along the Atlantic 0a
lands. time. A great many. women covet const of the United States, although CIJ -0. 'pan[I
c4 t Aa a rule, women occupy R subordinate beauty and are seeking mentisto -- -- u--_ >- Ir-::
the reefs do not rise so high that theyproject
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place In the east but Knflrlstun beautify .. ..t a woman first O. r "
la an exception.\ The Kalnrs. are eek perfect health from the water. Some of the IF YOU WANT A. 1'111i
i There can he no general good health for most beautiful of the living coral in ..
of Aryan origin and to all appearances' women while there i. itiseane of the delicate the New.; York aquarium was dredgedup __ -_ .
are a white rucf They claim I Alexander womanly organism. ,Q..)
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from the Atlantic ocean almost !
tho treat t n* their ancestor and .S
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c500 farfwnn1 within sight of the city of New York.
l have a lofty code of chivalry. Their FOR<< O"tNWHO .Building Lot "i !
.r4 s women, lovely creature with fair and' there are many coral patches stillcloser ... ti ;
CANNOT >IC CVRRD .
complexions, blue and flaxen hair, to the shores. Generally: thenorthern .... > .
eyes Backed up by over A third of a century "J For
coral Is white
f far better thou most of remarkable and uniform record snow although < E
are treated women cures a E-a
sometimes It has I a lot with a BUII.DIVO JUDY FOR OCCUPANCY d
III civilized sndl.ty.Co..t.ble such as no other remedy fur the disease \ a delicate brown tint. ,
and weakneaaea peculiar to women ever Pink coral Is found occasionally, but It LAND "'ORX
OltAXGK JIIOVE 1b' i J7I'INEAPPi.F
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attained, the proprietor of I>r Pierce'. la rare.. en
1 anil Ilia IMotorv.Constable Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted PLANTATION TRUCK .. r: 0.. ,,
GARDEN
the eminent HrltUb paint in offering to pay two in 'legal The I".r.....'. (..vmrnent."Yes 'E
r the committeeof money of the United SUteo. for any cane ." said the Blllvllle father, "that We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. Q)
vat on hanging
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the British/ Royal academy when a .u*. or Falling. of Womb which they Prolap-cannot boy ..holllJl' taught: to tell the truth" Settlers are flocking in but still there U room. If you art R K.
small landscape wa brought up for care. All they ask i I. a fair and r........- "He's mighty young to be sent so fur looking this O N
way, drop a line
able trial of their of to. N f
1 judgment and pronounced "awfully mean. cure from home! replied the parson.-Atlanta
I iwrit four bottle of Favorite furcrlrXioa
l bud" by everybody but himself. lie and oar or 'GoUlrn vmr Meiltml! llcavenr. Constitution. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VIee.Preeident, E 'Z
I rose and made a short and .tnrtllugvpeech. .' write Mra. Klmer U abearvr. of Mouithope. Raised cu"Ot
Lanautrr Co. mid that I From the Dead.C. Q
cms mm FLORIDA
a "That picture was )painted by cured I ...il.d say EAST COAST R'Y,
i T, of th.t dt >Mu*. tria. trrmbl.. W.
LnnclU.
Am in Miter health than ....,...... "Porter" for the Orient
me. I bad a notion that soum of youdidn't ever K trr- al Hotel ST. PLA.Q r
one who know. ue U .iirvn.e t I r like my work and thin 1* a b wtll. la J -
pretty proof. I am very at time;* 1 could not wmJk Today 1 am oral. deed I did ------ 1-
pm tpnvlnclng and I got* bottle of Dallard'SooW'
I toll everybody that. Dr. Fterce'a U .
I lucb obliged to you." When bIll col- cured me.* aae< Liniment and I was 'raised from Subscribe for the !; J
;4 leagues recovered from their stupefaction Fan Dr. Pierce'.Comma Seme Med the dead.' I tried to get some more, but ADVOCATE and get all the i IN...
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f the bead carpenter was bidden to ical Advioer. 1. ,aent/r i' to pay ..pe... of ... Send 31 was cured entirely. I teillo' de
v bring back tbe picture. nut Constable clog-bound am truth I
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one-<'"'t1'tamp for the Tolnme.AddreM too" J.V Mo News of the J.2
it would Dot have It. "Out it goeaT' be World'. Dispensary Medical Asso A Son, TituaTille, and Florida.il.OO at B. R. Wllaon East Coast every week. I '

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'prof 0*giontil Oards.CEO. SECRETS OF THE BODY. THE BOY JOHN
I Women Well
EY. as as
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BOBBINS, .' Tile ..roM'....*. .* trtnu-r HUM. ,....1. In Tfo' HTlil nt** of Au" Pf..-...... Are Made Miserable W5 )
M. by
1'w" lluu.lr.tfl l .*Hrn.. In Ills Itellirlwu*) I1T4tuititvnt.Of .

NEY AND COUNSELOR A century ego the work of tlio HUMorn ]- the nineteen children born to 8am- Kidney Trouble. (
ATTOI
1 Hiin:>Hiiiould have. been denounced net and 811"1111I111"II.y only ton sirvlrod \

AT-LAW. l<>' the llH'oIdnliiMH\ who then rulrilinaiikliul the porlml of Infancy, and of

\\illprMtlce In State and United States /- 1 us uuilncloun Intniwlotis! Into these only three were sons. John wn Kidney trouble preys upon the mind dlssourages -

1\ I Court. i t the \iliiHlvi. jurisdiction of CJo.l.i Two thirteen years younger than Samuel : andJessens ambition; beauty vigor

centuries ago; or. ut the furthest and six: year older than Churlc, Of .0-, and cheerfulness soon ,' (i
TITUSVII.I.H:, FLA. .. 4i :
at 1
office when the kidneys
throe, the uiuii of science\ who would his early boyhood only one Incident Is disappear

1 S take out tin' viscera. of u man. cut out recorded. On a February night In I jOt) r1ITTX'T"\ /:t\t are out of order .
diseased.
-- or ,
L. (M.ULDE, their di>'uHo! mid put them' back would the rectory was burned. The family -,LRtiIIW 11 r Kidney trouble has '

p. Lure Bern fortunate to i"'l'p'I the hurrying out In terror left the boy ''''. become so prevalent a

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ., stake or the liioik. Hut the nuiliuloutInvndir 1 John "sleeping In his attic chamber, and \ that It Ii not uncommon

m all the Courts of the State -I' \ of the IWl'I..tM of tho hotly, the ho was taken out through a window for a child tj be born
will oraotlce only an Instant before the blazing' root tiI- I jj> afflicted with weak kid 4
,,,,,, std, the United) States Courts.I bt'iu'tlrciit henlcr who, with his vial ?
01 rlOllllo. TTTUBVILLK. FLA. .. or his| knitV, IfHsons. thu mlmorioa", of fell In upon ills\ bod. Wesley always N : n neys. If the child urln- '

I "u Hox tSi humanity diiiiliilMlu'S' or paid retained a vivid\ recollection. of thoccne urine ates too often If the
Ih..troJ" the flesh or if. when the child
prolongs( life and smooths ltd [pathway and more than a half centurylater I ,
1 i i. VTKBli, reaches an ago when It sbIld be able to
r
K to tin Kruvc-this. U now the awn who when, thinking himself near control the passage It Is >ct afflicted with

4.'rTOKXEY-AT-LAW apponls I! most strongly! to Ills follow I death he coniptistnl his epitaph he derscribes bed-wetting depend upon It. the cause of 4p)'

beings. For him und lil" tot litliig tho himself as "a brand plucked the difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first
practice In the Courts of the 7th from the burning." should be towards the
icl outlining' of industry urn pourliiK out step treatment 01 .
IKHII Taxes paid for non-reeidenta their iHllllonn. biilltlliiK, him 'olh'Jo"'M Ills mother doomed Ms rescue n providential these Important organs. This unpleasant f ,

ad( rent lOll accounts collected.Jflnvnd.tt and Indication that her ,Ron, was trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the i:
-
lulMimtorlon, ondowln, proh'aaorships 1 1
FLORIDA. preserved for some great work and rev kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
I while the world ut largo hells

_- TROPICAL PINE-APPLE TAR AND WINE him nil a tuuu of power and tuttuenco solved as she says "to be mora particularly child- most Women people as suppose.well as men are made mfr ,
careful of tile soul of this
D PENNEY, at u time when wealth H actMiiiiulatlui\ erable with kidney and bladder trouble (

7, and when men art hot dci'iiylns. ;More that Thou hast no mercifully pmvideifor" \ and both need the same great remedy.

ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW, und more, very Ilkoly, wo xhall soc tin Their I H, however no evidenceof The mild and the Immediate effect of
,
: is backed by more than a Million Dollarsof strOlllt men of tho collide! classes anything proooclouw. In the religiousdevelopment ; Swamp-Root Is soon realized. It Is oM yt,

11i,.v1LlE, FLORIDA. choosing mcdlflno. nithoiikli, the dale of the boy, but only a rertnln by druggists In fifty- :-- --

fill practice In all the courts of the 7th Florida capital.It has not yet come for doinliiatlon oVI'rtht' staid overdellbemteneHS: which he cent and one dollar ;;

.Indicia! Clicuit. In got from his. mother but which to the sizes. You may have a t;
who in oiiKUKod
now
cures Indigestion and Stomach Disorders.It lawyer moro morcurlul temperament of the father sample bottle by mail V

Bottling the direction und the form In MI'f'm..111II lad not yet In hla terns! free also pamphlet tellHorn. ot tI.a..1nne.Ingo tl ,

A. FROST: Is a pleasant Tonic; gives appetite and which the captain of Induxtry shall half amusing. and linlf vexation< all about It, Including many 01 ha i .
carry on their development of the thousands of tcsnonlal; letters received t +'
Sweetheart said the rector to his
.VTTORNEY-AT-LAW, strengthens the system.If world's weHlth. Tile tlmo scents' to bo from sufferers cured: In writing Dr. Kilmer I +
wife "I profess I think our boy Jack
l'iI'< ">rutic. in all the Courts of the 7th coming I 1 however when tho IndoliultoproloiiKiitlon wouldn't attend to tin* most pressingnorcxsltloi & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and ,
mention this
Judicial Circuit'. your druggist does not handle it, write to of human life and the do.strurtlori of nutnro unless he could paper

of the enemies of biiiuan
iTm-viii.F, FI.OUIDA. the manufacturers CURE OR NO PAY. give a ronion for !It."-C. Winchester
health, n work which almoHt suggests! In Century.Aeadlne.a. rll' "

theroatlve' power will be the task 4

7KEDER1CK(: A. MORGAN, Tropical Manufacturing Co., that will cull fur und will receive the In lOmi-nir. FEMALEWEAKNESS :

service" of the best triilnlntf! of our col- O..n..rnlII'xlllIOlt'r MePowell Me- t ti 111
.VbHtracts of Title. nnlvor..ltl .that In, when
Jacksonville Florida. loges and <'rt Cook hud n story Illustrative of readiness

|HEM 1'1"1"1AND': ; INSURANCE:, the apptml of 1I1t'I1Idne11101 injury In excuse. which he used to tell orcaKloiially. ,
will bo iiddrcMHiil Inovltably to the 54J t-1 Conra** Bt. 1PoaTTAcn
,
I onnn, Notary Public. !Some raw tl'oul'VI'I'"
boat In tiillem* class. Just tie once MAINM. Oo'. 17. Wot d ,
.
every drawn tip! for their ttrst\ h"IIh"lI.'y I ixinatil.tr wID. or t'ardul.up.rlor
lern >n'. Typewriting, :stono I'aphr. XOTE; :Tiopicid Pineapple, Tar und Wlno la made from the.g!1, the call ramo, from tho I ministry and were'on marshy ground" under tire, nud to an doutor'i iiiKilluIn. I .".r v..... r I ,

linvii) .I.K:, Fr.A. Juice of the Floild.i: rno( -Apple, PI no-tar anti Grape Wine, and, Is absolutely then from the I bench and bar und BOH- ankle deep In shish. Dim of the noldler feral and. I for know nln whereof month with I .1'.10..III'P'I'''aul.'''' + a 4, ( t

.---- pure and a true toulc.! -E trat.d
e. I'al In* woultl not through
A. FHM-I I. WAD*!. II. J(1NEs.FIHrfT : "..Ively, und hU fear might oommunlcnto mv hack and il.lnn and I would have
f WHAT "WHIRLERS" ARE. itself to hU. iinrudcs.. An officer bllnillnich, ..ailauhan. My limb wnuldwull
: & JONES, "I'| anil I would ful. ma weak I o 1.
: approached him. ooulii not attml up. I naturally fell
:, And the Incident From Which It I. "Hero, you, what are you trembling dl.oonrag.d, fur I ...em.." to h. b..ro.
iiEAl. E-iTATK.; ; AND INSURANCE, sold, They tint ......... Nniut for?" demanded. the officer\ "Stop It, or the Oanlul. help cam of phydolan.. .a Onil-aitml l but to Win m*. of I / TL'

oans and CollectlonH.iTitviiM "Thoro wan a dottier In habordimh- ;,.ou'U deinornllxe tilt company. You folk ft change for tin. hvltnr within a
..
.
wn k. Aftr ntii tmn day tritaiinnt I'
FLORIDA. 1I ery" said u colloue professor, "to whoma It to' In no more danger than any one I m.aatruat. "ft without .uf.ring. tb* I
!
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,
t teamster once cane ii hot Raid '1 wantto .11119. Don't bo afraid." agonn. I usually did and noon h.oam.
regular and without Win. of t
pain. '
'
get u pair of whlrlors sir. "I-I-I nm nott-t a-a-nfrnld," chattered Uardtil Imply wonderful and I wlih

A, Vein.t.'v. R. II. SKYMOITR.yOKr.EV .. ."\Vhlrlorn1 said lima haberdasher. tbe soldier. "I-I-I had the iiguo lHt that all ufforing. WOUND knew ,' !*". ''I )
good .
qualltl
\ l A SEYMOUR, What on earth are whlrlors'/' year anil' -and standing. still In this .

\ ., Shy "tockln n\ with the foot cut ui-in-mud HO long has b-b-hroiight It on ht/.l.....,....'" .<::T......nsTrvMunr > 1 .'".

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.a out,' the teamster answered. ngit-ngHln. Ww-wonkln't It-t-t be a Portland Hoonomla Lea,,,. j '

> general practice In State and Fed- 'Oh! laid the haberdasher. 'Well, g-g-good 1 Idea to r-r-run u llt-llttle and t I !

jnral Courts. Special attention given I haven't any whlrlem. but I've got get M'urmed up?" I '
P"riodwAl
headaches tell of (Ie- ,
I to admiralty excellent stockings. Sup
practice. some very h
male wkll"s Wine .1''
of Cardui
|hi8" .Ll. Bi LDINU( MIAMI, FI.A.Tl'rlIEY pose I show you some' devoured by AVoi'ins. cures permanently nineteen out of ,fl J
.
\.. "All!! right; the teamster sultl Children\ often cry, not from J.dn, but every twenty CUMM of irregular ,'I

: E. FOSTER, : "So the haberdasher' exhibited the from hunger, although fed abundantly. menses, txtttrintf down pains" or It \,

best stockings be had In his. shop, and i The entire trouble arises from Inanition, any ?Made) Wl' klllWl.. If'OII.... .J r I '.'

A TTORYEY-A -LAW,' o the other selected a line pair Buying: their food Is not assimilated but devoured ditwawraged l and doctor have r

'1 suppose' you don't mind making by worms. A few donna of White's failed that |I. the beat reason in .Ii

Dyal-Upchurch Building, .lax. whlrler out of these for me?' Cream Vermifuge/ will entice them to Uw world you should try Win of f

JUKKOlVu.r.JI: :, FLA. '. ';o.ut.; at all,' retorted tile other nod reliNe crying and begin to thrive at once, Cardui now Remember that dr"' .
very much to tho surprise' and. joy of tbe hes. utche. UlllliIl ltUnAle weakness. / ;t'
I of shears bo cut the feet ,
with a pair mother 2oo: ; at Ii. K. Wllsou A Son. S.-CUT a flex( bottle of Win of f i

T t RI'I KXHAM: M. D. off the stockliiKH. Cardui today. 1
---- ---- --- '-
---
'Now,' wild! the teamster 'how
.
M1R1.KOV( ) and SPECIALIST, Southern much are tlioyV A certain DI..dUt"king Maya.n A.trelns.r.a tutu from the f
r Georgia '1'lCty cents, the game HB before, of l'
"How :
KM; Noise and Throat. 5EQBMSJMoit Persian, asked an astrologer,
('fIlil'Ke" many years of life remain to me?" The WUiE 01' '

''it I'alnt itKAUH, FLORIDA. & Florida 'Klfty cents. ? Why, I never paid wise man replied "T n." The king ( }
Railway mild the '
more than 10 tents anywhere, r
la Quantity Bunt In Quality became very despondent and betook \
It IIOT1n II TO"l'S teamster and he smiled meaningly and himself us one stricken with a sickuess *
": : : : ] S .. "
"Suwrnee River Rout. If'to
t made as depart., to bin. bed. Ills. vizier who po* .CIRDU.1 tj; : '

1)1'1) I:Ni( I 1) ; 'l'rAI. A PA R'I'!M[E NTS Cream] Vermifuge! Operates the "Dixie Flyer." 'Don't" 'Hold leave oar me the In haberdasher a lurch like crlwl.this. ",'s""oJCr"lit In thin king's wisdom, proMcn sent for oal".11101.tho /Beerand ij' n4ci1


' ,m the "Dentos," ao -- B"hednl.In-.--.I -,y'"t; 'Ju'ne 28, IMU.-.- -- The price of these stockings In M[; "Mow unary years have you to live" J I

int liljilo .'Iy r. Qulckntnp. tents: lie replied "Twenty. Tl>" vizier or- .
Now AT DAYTOXA.M Has Led all WORM Remedies. I." Valatka . .. .. n /no, piu II in am They're whlrlorn, not Blockings,
3 Lv, ..la.kiumvtlleAr .. . . .r nn pin 111/ am dorinl that be should t that very hour be !i
EVERY BOTTLE CUAMANTCEO. V.Ido.ta .. .. .....II on pm II (XIamIi now,' tho other siild. executed In the king's presence Time '
MAVI.V.! \ SOLD BY ALL DRUCCI8T8 ArlirtonAr ... . ... .. .12Itan, 3H pill Well, take them, then. You've f .
\ .. wlIs'lIuU"n",1 und commended the
C.inlnleArMaion' . . .. . I 4/1 am I 4*put king
j ruPPAci rr ,, .. .. .. .. .. 3 40)a m 410 pm due( me. Take your whlrleri Bald sagacity of bias minister! and .IM longerattuclKtl .., t,
JAMES F. BALLARD AT. LOUIS. C':. ..t (Ia.ArAtllltta. .
'>KNTAI.-HUKOKON" _ _ _ _ J .. .. .. ZAam/ 7 48 pm the hllbl'relaah..r. any linportunce. to the astrologer's ,
: -_.---- N. C. & Ht. L.ArChatmnmga. "And since that time, tho professor saying. Seeds 'r

... .. 1001|>iu 1.1 on am. concluded, "wlilrlcra baa been the
Ar Nmilmlln. .... ... .. 8 Bfl pin II 40 am the Kind ; I If ;'
'1'I'' - FLORIDA.BI KIDNEY DISEASES III. Cent. R. It. name for stockings without feet. Karat. end Kiilrle.. that Leads

ArSt.Liute. ... ... . .. 6 A3 amIt 124! piu New York Tribune.Croup.. 'P 21
Ar :hlrairoI . .. :lOam A writer In the Chicago Tribune pet Mild mnu.ell)Lill d.aen.awn. f !I l ;
Icy
r. N. R. It. nays; "My people came from the north ,
Nesd
ck, .... ....... .. IAltt A..rsl
fatal of all dis LonlHvllla :a I SO am 1:1: Main of Ireland. My great grandfather alw ,,..,tyald Iran lit ell
/
Ar Cincinnati. .. .. .. .. 7 :s 4 Ot pm appllrrnp.D. .
r) x K. i. it. n.ArChl""lo "iya snack, his knife through; the bottom M. a ,
ktllli Itudd, Building, Main St., eases. ... ... 0 Plain Usually begin with the symptoms of of his eggshells after be bad eatenbreakfa.t Dltrolt ivry, Mleh.Ce., '
lacks Hollil train from Jacksonville In Macnn. common cold there I III chlllaeas '
; IU"OZ.Inlt. !
m' Hie Itoo.mlll:;, 111, 17. I'ritln from I'alatka oonnnct. at Val.l.mta with My grandfather and father t.) .
I KIDNEY| CURE 'M sore throat, hoc skin quick pulse,
[) ;:"nIST. F FOLEY'S Guaraatasd Rimed train I Hialllliwper i["ltit|.north* ..n from HI.lo larkaonvlllii.Fiver" train fur Macon" itneneHH nod Impeded. respiration. ,, followed hU example through, force of A III .

I ;, reniulnlnic. In il"|N>t until T JO a. II.. Hive frequent small closed of Hal lard'. habit and now I have contracted It. If : :

tr a'' IIlId Work, Pullman HiifTeC. HUwplnn. ..Can (ruin Jacksonville llorehound Hjrup (the child will cry for you don't break the shells.) the fairies. IJ1.II I/t' .
to Ht. laul vIa above nt" without chance
:
Porcelain Inlays, refunded. Contain of ran on Dixie Klyer. train also rulltiian'n nn.set It) and ut the first sign: of a croupy can use them for boats and can cross 'I;)
or money II.l ...|Hir, on name train to Chicago without oongh: apply frequently liallitrd' Snow -
UliIli-claHH Plate Work.irginia belles of water tbus. In the north of t t.
emi ,.
remedies recognized by f'"I1" Liniment to the throat. rOc
For hmlnlen and' other Inrnrinatlmi. adilrnaii, externally Ireland Uw-ro are good fairies and bad The Largest and Most Com- 1'L' .'.
for at It. K Wilson & Son Tltuavllle Kin.Puetlowl '
physicians as the best .1. II. R.IFrr.RY. will I' .
nent fairies. The bad fairies play
DUtrirt faun. Apt. Ml W. IIHT Be. ----- |Inlets Establishment South. Jyi ,i
Kidney and Bladder troubles. Or Jai-kRonvllln, KU.C Conc*...Ml.... trick on you If they can reach you. '

Homes PRICE SOe. and $1.<*. ( H. I'aH IUIOIIER.n. Ant.., Mm'im. ()a. Sir Walter' Scott was asked why h<> You can bumper their" movements by 1 GEO. S. HACKER & SON .: :,1,1I4 : r

-. bad made Ellen Douglass IM. ludy of breaking their Imuts. : 1 ,

!!. ic. WILSON .It SON.Foley's ._ the lake."ilccnuse. I. \
?
=-. Application for Tax Dct'd.L'n.ler A !Monument tn (rhrrrfaln. ,
[''flj-an u I' about Virginia: Lands, ,I ," be replied l. "If I had made '" I. I', \
Is toM
The following quaint epitaph .
r" I, products mode Kidney Cure her the lady of the river thi-re might .
'.4thl of oiil- Sao 0, of Chap, 4>UW, Laws of FU.N '. > seen in (urnyrora fiiurciiyani.: I"iveni.It I
'l.'ell.' etc the have boon a run on the batik"rnllzhaK .
y reading and bladder right.rAvrKW '
Irtnla: makes kidneys m< K IH HKItKHV DIVKV TIIAT TIIE strikes. nn one of the very prettiestmonuments
I Parmer. Send lOch. -- -- ---- ---. Indian. Illvnr ..lanufucturluir Company. a Ittlonc tile "rxx-t'a p.M'unlnry cowl '
r"I nth --- ,, .., .. to cheerfulness In all Mel'rte .
"ubBcrlptloa to the nO'l.oration| undertlia law New J rMv. ,
Ids trhwnlCrlltulalt..1 I him
'IIIal! N I:mporla\ Va. -.SEVERAL\ lsnr'4'fRlor'tl'EIt: ...- pn'Ih..C' tax <: rtlMoal.. .NIK. 4, H, 7, 215, 2IH, on Knglnrid : "Here lleth the body of 10. .
"V 40111 I" eai h amt t.i travel for II.MIIW' tal>llhe., anal ha.uta.le Peter Unel 1>> (thirty years clerk! of this ,
Capital. to rail. upon nienlianu and agent .for. antilli'atl.jii fur tax .lent) u>Issue In acrnr.lanre parish He lived respected\ as a pious I Ist
BO YEARS' atircBKHliil iirotltalilB linn. Permanent 1 1aail n- with law. H*l.l cer.ln"ato nnlrar.. thffillnwIiiir.lnwrllMHl Th. Absurdity. of It.Sirs. *
all .. and. a mirthful mini and died on his
l"lrement.H..lely andhotei1,411.ralv.n pr |* t,oltollu..11I1 llrevanloimnty
EXPERIENCEviirt1T .l Inr fll.rnl'PIt scuba to me to be ao
.. eipensfs' Fl'irl'lit.,-.wlt11: M 'ifiil' lent. In ..." I' to rhurch to asHlxt nt n wedding
,wh"i'b. .......k. K;,.|H.rl i.-en..n entlal. Mention : non 4i. towmhlp Hi math, range ,......$. All ridiculous U> refer to u tugboat as "...be." way
rrfereneeand: 1 I.".'\ln."wlr aldree. "nv"lo,,.. Heienl Umnt In iHrti no tugboats
TILE :NVlIliVAL: 4 Ufarliorn Ht.Cblc-aj; !" a All Mrirtil (.rant III wwtlim :.17. ; severity years The Inhabitants of (''ray-
-- -- -- township 'I w.ntll, rAnge 301 east All .KIII! actually accomplish some!' good In the tia.N ,
-- -- Grant In...ctlonp: towiulitp: "' "Ith. range 14 world ford InivB raised this Htune to his cheer 1

:ff"Vhcn answering: advertlnomentu Kant All NegulOmntIn.ertinnIi, >, Uiwimhlpff fid memory and sin u tribute to ills long MANIJKACTin OF E
(Li t would confer a :' > ...\tilt. ranic* .M eant. All Kfifut (I.rani In auction Mrs. Skrapp-Yen. nUll they puff and t
\ In these columns, you and faithful service"fjiiiidon. Standard / -
.11(. the :.IH, towimhlpm wmth, nnKA3Aea. .t. All blow about It -Pblludelpllu Press.
In
\ .<*?O T AOB MARK* favor by saying you aw the advt. St'if'll Oriint In unction! t... Townahlp wrath, Doors. Sash.. Blinds. fi
so doing The .aal.l lent ...... -- ---- It
*l '** DC.ONS, EAST COAST ADVOOTK.: By ra. ""311: anat. iMBlnie anM* | at I ';t tMenlding
the Uutt- of the liiin<>iii-..ur Inch .,..mrtlnVuUM .
Cop> Ach receive better attention from Under Walrr."What A Remarkable ICecord.
vniaHTS
you will tlmnaiiMof, Wm. M I. IxtlUm. fnl'*. "nahl..r.tlHcat & Building Material.
h.
n til fro dHm* whether ntlnn. tnf an the advertisers ** ImlI ho n..l8 n>wl aPC4 ,"I... r''nimurlr... -- -- deed willsae' thereon on. the vil remarkable record. It baa: been" In use Ofllce Warrroomx
n I I' >tbookon Futtnt timber! l A. I' I' U.Vltni King, opposite
"r ,>urinir .put.uu.*. Xwtlcc.n \ >*a niy" olJIrlal *||fnatiini ant reel I tbl/< the "Wbnt him that! to 1o with bin failure for over thirty year, during which time ('1\nnon truet.Charcston i 1 ; d "
)1 uim A C;0. nc.f* aith: day. of. Auirmit, A. It liuM, ?" million bottles have been sold and f M ,

ts sO'rrrrTIIAT 1 r n ."ALI] A A. HTKWART, "lie goo Into a company where the usod.many It has long been the standard and ] S. C. '
r.t 1Jfc TIutrIfian. covrERMvU: ; 'UK.: ri.Tk l In' nit Court <>t BriTar.l ounty, Via ,
mnnthVafir I will.a.. Soerlff an.lxonVlii 1 nil r" of e t
L. .IJI by U A Stewart, It. V stock wall wnti -Exchange. main reliance In the treatment croup
..
A *..",. Inmntrlrlal. A-linlnlatrat'.rof ot Mir the,anl*>.I..C(innty.R.. -- -- -- -- -- ------- In thousand of homes, yet during ail Sash Cord and
lau Weights ,
ileca e l.
j..r. .. Trms. r I.K>ni. .urbniluUtratnr a 1- lil I Years this. time no cue has evur been reportedto
I a b'0.0101 y ell' n..d..I. FI"rlda. ,parent my anal ararsu I" OVER FIVE THOUSAND OK WATton's /. a Y"I.e.Uc.n. | .

II 4CO.:38IBreadw.y, New York / Jn.lis"*KI of the.ald' Hon.irabln County. and A.! pray lr. Penney.t'mmtp for "'XAII Rapid Calking the Tools. now In DIM H. Fouler, :.119 9 S, 2<1 St.. Halt:: Lake to effect the/ manufacturer.a cure. When In given which all It soon filled a. Hardware.
adnnltrat/en., boat owners In United State
a .q aiblOKion. D. C. anal: illerharge. tutu IIIeh by City writes. : "I hare been bothered the child become. bourne or even a* the v
.f. P. SROWN.
Price $ &1.00 and 't 1.011) each, at the Air '
NNER Bheriff. and ex-o/ ltio AJnilnlatntor VOCATK office, Tltu IIJe, FU. with ilyopepula) or Indigestion for :21 croupy cough; apren-n, It will, prevent Window and Fancy Clasp ,;'
SALVE / of said! att.Tlturvlie. years; tried many doctor without relief; the attack. It I"I pleasant to take, many
6t..3'
"Tort heating. salve ,In / Fla .lily, 'n.t. 1'O.' .- -- -- recently I got a bottle of 1/erblne. One children like It. It contain no opium A SPECIALTY. ( I I'
to world. --
---- -- YOn ALL KIXDrfOjrOBPKIJJTINOremember : bottle cured me, I am now tapering 01'1OD or other harmful substance and may be -- .- -
to pubUth the Ar>vocATK office( and the ipcond. I have recommended It to as to an
ley'S We cannot guarantee given all confidently a baby
Honey.n' Tar Item:::r that do not reach this office before do not fall to arnd n* a share of your II to my friend)'it U coring them, too" adult For ale by all druggists' and medicine Foley's Honey and Tar

'Olds. 'events pneumonia. noon on Tharxlay work. We.111 plea e yon. :SOc! at It. K. Wilson h Hon, TItnarllle. dealer. for cbidrensafe.aure. No opiates. 1 +T



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 18, 1903.

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JAMES.: PRITCHARD, President; WM M. BROWN Vlce-Pt, -

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. AN EARLY CAMPAIGN. C. S. SCHUYLKJI, Cashier. W. ] I

NO SET RULE FOR WINNING sr"KTfCii
Some have spoken depreciatingly INDIAN RIVER }
AWBBKLT JOCBKAI. DaVOTaD THB DBVB1OrMBHT of the political campaign having ]
O. Tun INDIAN BIVEI, LAKSWOBTH
AKD BI OATIf a"T..an01l.. opened so early. The usual' view SOCIAL SUCCESS( ( By rAY TEMPLETON Burlesque Star
is that the people will grow wearyof COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

PUBLISHED KTBBT 7KIDAY.K. a long campaign and that to a DOWN ASOCIAL Authorized capital
LAY $
HE woman does not live who can 1 IOOC
certain extent business will be : _% Paid up capital. 340'Average
0.10' WALTON Editor & PnbllnheiDUoontlnuanco hampered on account of the pro POLICY FOR HER SISTERS in a \ # deposits 9\SQ\ :

of wlvti.. molt b. made peiftlljr longed struggle between the opposing bunch. If Helen of Troy or Cleopatra had bequeathed -

.. at thl office or by writing.Ot factions.that a premature While it struggle is partiallytrue will to feminine posterity the secret of her power, we'd *', _. Transacts a General Banki

oketo.,may be made payable to CHABLB have a tendency to demoralize business all be clipping coupons, wouldn't we ? The woman

H. WALTONpubilxhor. more or less, still we cannotgo who offers a little law for attaining Asocial success Business

as far as some in the idea that who would rule her friends policy or
In writing to the ADVOCAI for Informs may be a raving beauty, men and
ff) any injury will attach to an early Largest Oldest Bank on the RII
Lion o)1)'klml.tliawrltur will oblige by enclose The no policy. But take my word for it, the average woman who triedto
Ing; a itami lI.adolro..o,1 envelope.BOSTON campaign. primary system tjn Exchange bought: and 01U nil M
makes a long campaign almost, if live up to that policy 305 nights in the year would be VOTEDA i I Countries Yorelg'

OFFICES-TUB 1<:.u1' C'OArr .ADVO not absolutely, necessary and the BORE by the men. They would say she had no individuality, Petronagesppreclated.--Prompt
OATB ha opened an olllce at 404 Atlantic avenue, candidates for office should not be treatment,and every favor .service. p'
would ,
Boston which will be In cliargo of Mr. Claude censured for bringing on the fight no opinions, no magnetism. And if they didn't say this they .1 A v. I rvative banking Rniitad wltp

O.Walton. early. Under the convention system probably chuckle under their mustaches and think: "The cat I But L.-IL Seaboard National CORRESPONDENTS tank of jfl-: ,'
.
Addrau all eommnntoatlon to a long campaign was not so I see through her. She is a near angel, and she would probably have L n National Hank of Jacknonvllle Fla."r'

EAST COAST ADVOCATE necessary as all the politicians had opinions a-plenty regarding other women over the coffee cups or in rrITUSVILLE9 FLA.
FLOBIOA.O. to do was to sew up the delegatesand
Trrv.ncta rush them in bunches to the the privacy of her boudoir." As for never saying nice things about --- --------

of Agriculture nominating hall. But when it other men, that depends entirely upon the man with whom you are TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN
B. Department
in.
comes to working nearly every talking. If he is the sort who lives on flattery, why, flatter and rid
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. dividual any importance in the
yourself of him as soon as possible. If he is broad and generous,
is
time
county or state an Important Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
The following tea comparative state element. Particularly is this he won't object to your throwing a few bouquets at other men. So- ,

meat week Of ending temperature Tuesday and, Hept.rainfall 1:5: 100.9.1003 for the. true of those who aspire to state ciety women in the narrowest use of the phrase, may make a lifelong *

: -1902- offices.In but it to me that if Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. order to Wake a thorough study of the diplomatic art, seems every ..,

0 Hrt 75: 8n 77 canvass one must begin early and woman lived up to some such rule of conversation the pettiooated
10 85 75: \II) 7ft Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone:No,
;2'
work with all the he can DEGENERATE INTO
would
h 11 81 74 M 75 energy section of the BO called smart set soon
command and continue to work J. K.MUNNERLYN: General Manager.
12 81 70 87 77 until SO MANY LITTLE SOCIAL SAUSAGE LINKS, exactly alike :
13 8.1: 71 HII 757rt the polls close and the count
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14 84 77 8i begins. What we have said is not and hopelessly uninteresting.INTERNATIONAL .
IS 8 I' Total rainfall for the week: 9.13 to disparage the primary but mere. -- E. C. JOHNSON. .
Departure from normal rainfall for the ly to call the attention of the people -
week: plus O.fll Inohea. Departurefrom to the fact that our present sys
normal rainfall since January 1,, tern is responsible for the early ARBITRATION Groceries and Fresh Meats
plus 11.31 Inches. campaign, and that to blame the
HAL. P. HAROIN Observer.THE I
perspiring candidates for precipitating SHOULD BE COMPULSORYBy -1.4 of all Idn<1s.
------ a lengthy conflict la not altogether .

Seabreeze, Messrs. Pratt AWillis' chargable to them.
M. BERTHELOT. French Scientist Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
new paper will make Its appearance The argument in favor of an ear.

from Seabreeze about the ly campaign is, according to our ., ET us do what we can to promote everywhere the Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
first of October, and the new :Miami view, a good one. It Is held with OOOO.A. FLA.,
establishment of peaceful arbitration. When a small .. .
will this week. those who favor
paper appear very good reason by --- ---- --- -- -- -- -
"strenuoslty" that a long fight ; nation is in danger of being bullied by; a stronger one

GOVERNOR Jennings in a firm be. brings up all that can be said in ; other strong nations should interfere and IMPOSE Lumber and Building Material

Never in the resurrection of the favor of or against any particular ARBITRATION.Look .
dead. Ills elxteen-to-one platform candidate and that the people !
is an evidence of his belief In a future have ample opportunity to concH at the United States. The action of the Sash Doors and. Blinds Brlrk, Lime and Cement Nails and Builder

state.-St. Augustine Record. er the "availables" in every light United States in almost FORCING two strong European nationsto PAROID Hardware ROOFING MASURY'S AND HOUSE SiIEATIHNG PAINTS PAPERS.F. W. BIRD & ,uN'!'

thereby rendering mistakes less accept arbitration in the recent Venezuelan question deserves the Orders tilled promptly. Write ua for estimates.

THAT newspaper men are born liable. No man who watches or world. and should EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
admiration of the France European
not made, la a favorite maxim. reads need be Imposed upon, and every power General Office at Eau Gallic. Fla.
But since Joseph Pulitzer Is to sep- every characteristic of the oppoa. do likewise.. Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITU8VILI.E, FORT PIERCE: and West I'nltn Ben

crate himself from $2,000,000 madeIn Ing candidate is clearly brought to LET US REMEMBER: : THAT WHAT WE DO FOR ---- ----.----- < --

journalistic enterprise for the light. This was particularly OTHERS WE DO FOR OURSELVES. A service rendered to & Iara
in the Punta
recent
purpose of starting a school for brought out Hodges <
I men, the Idea will meet Gorda pic-nic when Stockton made one nation, even ever so small, is a service rendered to all nations. ,
newspaper
1 with more serious consideration.IT his unwarrantable attack upon Why should we spend our time in years of toil and study to prolong ..Manufacturers. and Dealersin.| ..

showed Senator himself Taliaferro.to be Mr.a Stockton man of human life aa long as we allow the demon of war to exist and carry Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE

Is estimated that the hurricaneof ,. IT TV A FEW WEEKS OR MONTHS thousands of lives Dressed
unable rise
small prejudices and to
last week blew off 200,000 boxesof Orange Box 'leads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings. Shingles
to the high plane of the other ------- --- --- -- ----- Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff 11'1Write: us for priced deliveredto
in the southern counties
oranges speakers.A any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Hara Buffalo Bluff,Fli
o cc
of Florida. The trees in some partsof
few more exhibitions of
per
the State were damages to quitean
extent and the estimate now sonal hatred on the part of Mr THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed H"HIM in, .h> tut*.
Stockton will quietus
put upon ----- -
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made of Florida's coming
" orange his friends and cause a stampedeto (EXCLUSIVELY FuR MALES)

crop is put at 1,500,000 boxes. Senator Taliaferro if, indeed Twentieth Year. Beginning Sept. 22, 1903. I VTtr:: : A. Sours: &; c

such has not already been the case. I

THE Jacksonville Carnival Asso. Thus the people have an opportunity SEVEN FOCa-YEAR CU(11tSeN-AgrlunltnralChemlatry.Clvll: : Kiicitieerin| : :Me.chanlualEngineeringlaneralSoienee.Lath I
SEEDS
,,,. ,,,arH' In GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
elation promises to give the biggest/ to study the characteristics of SulHnce.ClaiwIiiH.. ( Twi, cmune A ,
I Merhaniu Arts. One year'course In Hun ni H or ; Typewriting.
fair in Jacksonville ever held In the men who bid for our patronage I I prnpnrittnrv nurse of one or two years,aH required 8tenOQrlll'hr. PoeuUra.tuateL
Florida in November. The I tlon. A short course of live weeks In Agriculture or Horticulture.. I and Fertilize!
asso Flour Grits Meal ]
and a mistake In selecting! the uitiirHBA are ale"offered. I : ,
elation is going about It In a bui- The (lormltorlN are nmtar the Immediate KiipenrlHlon, ( of Instructors,who make
right man need not be made every effort to lufiiae Into Ktiulentxaiipirlt which lea CT.
ness way, instead of working it on A certain Charles Munroe Brown physical ilcvelnpninnt. Fine Gymnasium-RegulAtlve and, correctiveRviunaHUca r vqnlreil
the usual charity plan, which will\ also has shown the venom within i of all RtmleuU. Fine modern buildings and first claim equipment! I Apt: for 1'muna Fee I. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and Plant Syi!>l

insure it the success which the association and has thus added the al. ,
him to -- -
TUITION NO FEES.
FREE TO FLORIDA STUDENTS.
expects. of Robert W. I
ready great strength
For C.tal..gue.IUl'I..IIII.T.B. ,
Davis for Governor. Then all P. Ruhlman & Co.

HON. James E. Alexander spent things considered, a long campaign TALIAFERRO, C. E., Ph. D?. President, Lake City, Fla.A h]

. several days in Titusvllle recentlyand is not without its merits. Let us rm: 261 Washington St )t NEW YORK.

appeared to be In fine fettle. rather regard it as an educator __ __ !UJ: Murray Street. J N.Y.
He regards his nomination for than as nuisance.. n

Congress as practically assured < < .- <- .
RJ:: YOTT .
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From what we can learn his opto. Florida
PRAISES THE ADVOCATE. PineapplesWe
misism is well founded in fact. Mr. I

Alexander Is a gentleman of pleas.
ing address affable, kind and courteous ClIATTANOOOA TEEN: Sept. 5, 1HU3\ : : 'Y.
<>
-just such an opponent as Editor Fast Coast .lili'omlf' : Boat Builder or Owner ?

other candidates do not' like to Dear Sir:-Having disposed of all my We represent several! of the largest shippers In your State and wish 'r repo'
have in their way. Success to the Florida 'Interest, I think It will hardly
Chesterfield of Volusla. pay me tooontluue my subucrlptlon to you also. GIve* a trial shipment. Established:\ rear
the ADVOCATE and therefore I will oak -- -
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that you ilUooutlntie the pnpor. If there
'
THE: Jacksonville Metropolis, reo'erlng Is any balance due you please send me -If You Are, Buy One OfWaltou's --- ESTABLISHED 1870.
statement of the amount and I will re
to organized labor in this mit. In my business 1 see a great many
State says : "Florida is very fortunate weekly papers an we line them largely In M. Lane & Son
in having so few labor disturbances our advertising; but I know of no one ,
and such harmony exist. that compare with the ADVOCATK: In b... Patent Calking Tools.Invaluablelto
, hug continually on the alert In promoting
ing between labor and capital. It and encouraging everything: that will 2oO: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.

:, shows a feeling most commendable contribute to the welfare Its own town
i and that both can agree and move and community. Another feature wor Southern ProdiH)
Fruit and
= along pleasantly together. So few thy of the warmest commendation is the Boatbuilders and Owners of Boats.In .
\ feeling: of good: will which extends from
strikes and rows among labor and the editorials to the most obscure local
capital in Florida i is much to the Items. You seemed to have schooled Use all over Florida and the North. Mercharits.
Commissiori :
credit of all (concerned and will your contributors to speak well or say : : :
have its effect the :State at nothing and when It Is necessary to criticise
upon ,to "condemn the fault and not the FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
large actor of It." Your paper III the only one Calks I Boats more Ralillythan other
where I find myself reading all the local any
t THE Gainesville Sun says that correspondence Items concerning people _Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application
I unknown to me, all on account of that -- --
the -- ---- ----- --
not withstanding unprecedented feeling of good will and good
fellowship Tool in the World.
heat of the post summer the which they express.I Calking .
East Coast seaside resorts are said hope that my business may be so The Buffalo Gasoline Motor.
to have been poorly patronized. shaped at some time In future that I
', There is not a finer beach in the may be again: Interested In your beautiful
Indian River country. I have. traveled
l world than that at Seabreeze, opposite over nearly all of this country and have Has demonstrat
Daytona and it is strange Found no place that Is so completely fasstnatlng Five Thousand Sold.

that people continue to go Northto \ to me as your Florida. East its superiorltY
the when Coast. Wishing you unbounded success
spend summer they
1 t am, Hastily E. WILEY.. (
yours a then
.an enjoy themselves at much less Price, $4 and $8 each. all other for
expense, and at the same time be
DOCTORS COULD SOT InLI' HER.
convenient to their businsss in -"1 had kidney trouble for years" writes waters.
oase the same requires their presence. Mrs. lUyniond Conncrj of Shelter, Wash., ff SP
The accomodation at Atlantic and the ,t not help me. I May be obtained of the Walton Self.Looking Block Co.. 404 LIGHTIDRAFT HIGH
Beach, near Jacksonville, is tried Foley's Kidney Cure and the very
also of the very best, and there are inretl.first dose I cannot gave me say relief too much and for I am Foley's now Atlantic Avenue. Boston; or at the office of the EAST Absolutely Reliabf .

ether resorts along the East Coast. KIdney Cure. :Sold:; by Wilson A Son. COAST ADVOCATE, Titusville Fla. Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm geaC' t


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Beach. Eden. GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.
West Palm Jensen.There Tibbals.

:BR:

w 11. ilatchett atfd daughter Miss Kebn LeTourneau went to West will be school drill at the school Is the Eden correspondent that has ..

Ire returned from their summer Palm Beach the first of the week to visit house Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2 p. been moaning for an east wind, t.uiollod ;

e }JII.t at Henry Whlpples1. m., until the 21:11n8t.Superintendant: or, like Oliver Twist, wishes for more? WHOLESALE GROCERS

mgr returned Saturday from alcnpk7.uyat S. F. Webb, wife and two children left of Public Instruction Surely the weather oxpeiiences of last

::; Indian Spring Ga., on Tuesday morning for a long visit to R. E. Mlms, was here this week lookingover 'week causes one to let Old Probabilities

paM!! end invigorated. New Jersey and South Carolina. the school field. Importune take ouie of him his for own a change.business, and not Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

R"bo Dean entertained dellght- W. F.Volfe, station agent, left Satur- The morning of last Friday was a
I*? enlng. Miss Virginia day morning/ for a short vacation. Bob busy morning with those who own boats Sunny Bank, the elegant winter homeof

{ibN.1 being the guest of honor. Turner of Eau Gallle, Is acting agent. and launches getting them ashore before Mrs. Saylor, of Allentown, 1'''., has Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
the storm came. been leased for the coming season by a
left Tuesday night:
nonUm Brown Mesdames Richards and LeTourneau house party of six from the north. Theyare
: trip( to Liverpool, England. Mr. of this place assisted at a paw-paw function Our townsman and merchant, Jas. to be congratulated on their selection WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEm
In England un- Neal and hive returned from
:. lpectll to remain at Mrs. Luce's, Tibbals, last Wednesday daughter, as Sunny Bank Is not only desirable In ,
afternoon I their northern outing looking very much, i I
lioli'lay8' its location, but first-class In all Its ap
the exciting just Improved by their trip. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
quite
i .
pointments.Mr.
Charles Mast took A of to
tbeCefor mayor particularly so. gang men The new postoffice building at WaWa Seed Potatoes. Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In Hcason.We .
"Rlcbmonds" In the field Boynton Tuesday evening, to repair I Brewer, of Akron Ohio, Is the t
are two of elected. damage wrought by the cyclone; In the was blown from its foundations. The /guest of !\I r. and Mrs. Henry Andrews Q-> solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
botb are aura being new pineapple fields of Mrs. N. Saun- saw mill sheds were I blown down. T. J.DeSteuben's y
Mr. Brewer bus come to and expectsIn
stay
Brama wind mill wiecked. .. .. .. .. ...
proceeds of the "Rio ders at that place. was the near future his wife and daughter. --- ---- -- -- ----- --- ---- ----

1"at the Opera House, last week the Our people young and old are busy I The public school will open Monday lie thinks this a most wonderful country Melbourne. e

ucparltle:3OlU5giving each of gathering "autumn leaves." It sounds Sept. 28, at the new school building at and Is glad to adopt it as his own. ? t '

: acceptable very pretty but to sea them toiling with Jensen, with Prof. Oeo. II. Boutello and Mrs. Brewer and Mrs. Andrews are sisters d 4

carts, gathering up immense cocoanu Miss Nettle Jones, of Waycross Ga., which will add very much to their

'he revival l meetings being: held daily and palmetto leaves, broken oft by the assistant teacher. pleasure in being near to each other. rr Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE,

nightly In the Gruber Opera house, gale; one realized that It means a lot of Dr. W. N. Coon has returned from Ship ahoy I What name? Canaveral the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
Is said to
well attended. Dr. Lyon and theme hard work. his northern outing and seem to be Where bound Jennings' wbaif. When received at the Melbourne Postofllce.

very interesting speaker, much Improved by the trip but from clear In fifteen minutes. One could
Couits of Mesdames a'reton, McMullon! :Miller ,
,"' le-d by Chorister feature., I.eTourneuu' and Richards, and the M issei, all we can learn be came home single:! readily Imagine the abovo conversationto RICHARD ,v. OOODK.-K Bl Estate, Notary o' I
attractive I'lilillo and ('onviivRiifor. for Aetna
(oIjlI( ma very Miller, Ma: pen and llaii.lln, of thin (place, handed. We trust he will have better have taken place Tuesday afternoon, Liverpool and Lomlnimn: <,(lint.1 Agent 1>ti, Hartfont' amiPrnvlilonra +
.eor tile representative fruit growf were the guests; of Mil U ]Andrews, success on bis next tilp. when the barge for hauling shell cam WaHtilngton\.. limuranre Comimnltm -
wall a visitor in our town at the TlbbaU Club up the river, and without pilot, prepared Hpwolnl. ktttintton pall t<> the Inter-
"r Miami+ Country last'1'hurs- The West Indian. Hurricane reached eittn or non>reAltlantt.
d;,, and speaking of the intensity day afternoon, w ho entertained for her us Friday last and blew hard from to "oome In shore It was according! T
very ---- -- -- --- -- -- ----
I Uoim in Miami the on planting the lltb of, gave the blend Miss Shait, of Toledo, O. I the southeast. The damage caused by done wharf.and It did the not steamer seem possible tied up a at vessel salt: DR t.. A. KKK-PtnAI1A1f ANn Sl'ltnieoN.KttHlilanoe LOOK TO YOUR EYES.If .
,m.8tratlon\ MtiUmuriiH. KHII: Onllle, Hunilay,
JD avacad.j pears, and that the seed One dear little girl during the storm, I the storm Is very little, except to the of its she could float in such shallow Tuesday slut t'rlilny afternoon Buffering from any eye defects or weak!

lui. u out of the giouud by them In saying her prayers, nxkcd HUll to pleas< pineapple sheds, the damage done to water, but there seemed be no dltilcul- sight call at my now well-appointed optical .r .

and up to the present time had if lie could stop the wind from blowing: them is not known, but there Is a loss of ty In the crew doing just as they wished, Miss =Nollla"' Oard returned! from West institute. Special, complete lenao
thousand dollars. At this writing
rouud. HO haul. The next night she tanked many I while to those looking on the whole affair grinding outfit In connection.
West Palm Bench
been there is no to estimate the loss to 'T'uesday.Mayor .
him for stopping th.Ind, hut the following way seemed like magic. Vn. E. II. ARMSTRONG
he severe storm of Friday and /Satur-: night/ she wanted him to make It the people who had sheds. Those that I Stewart has returned from n d
it the all> absorbing topic. Every blow] a little because" it was so warm. had built sheds that were nailed on and I Reginald Waters has the honor of be- business trip to Fort I'I(>(ce. 11 Laura St. Jacksonville !Fla./
moron news of devastation.trail put up strong are dama little, ing the first tourist to return from the
brings
south of town looks as though We have made several heavy shipments the cheap sheds are not sheds any more North, having arrived on Sunday. He H. P. Wells drove to Malabar last

clone bail passed through it. Most of pineapples from all the plantations but scattered all around the fields and left New York on the steamship City of Sunday afternoon, "u horn I" Eau Gallie. '

ile private residences were Hooded, thle week ; also, a few oranges and some most especially those built with wire, Memphis, on Thursday, reaching Havan- Hon. J. A. Davis, of Jacksonville, was
grounds ruined; beautiful trees by limes. The gathering; pineapple plants they are torn down. There were a few nah Sunday: morning. The heavy wind a pleasant visitor in town on Filday last
which Is still going on and planting is done be- from Ilatteras down wan. a
hundreds were blown down, small houses blown down and some prevailing M. M. and will
take years to tween times This has been a long and houses blown from their piers; some help Instead of a hinderance, as coming Mr. Itudd, of Eau CJulllo. was n pious- to Lotuasuon.Ramsey family morn 'j
repleace- hard season in the pineapple business. tall houses were blown out of plumb. from the northeast it was In their favor. aht visitor In town last Sunday evening

.Kuluey Cure makes the di Miss Etta: Mapes after a pleasant visit The new school house was blown out of Master Waters has had a most enjoyable John Fields, of Indlunola, will spendthe The gale of last week did little cr ao r
oley'it
will elimln- plumb. Nearly every house was drenched time since his departure from Tibbals In winter lucre with his sister Mrs. d+un.tge In this section. "
,il I kidneys sound so they hAre with friends, left, Tuesday evening, : ,
poisons' from the blood. Sold by B. for West Palm Beach, to visit her uncle, more or less with water. The docks on July] Has visited the States of New Buck C. II. Gifford, of Tibbals l Ix here footling t
Ulson & Son, Tttusvllle. ferry Hal olin. The conductor on the< the river escaped very well and other York New Jersey and Connecticut, taking after his launch the Emma L. "
Island Miss. Miller left for Cocoa
property. We hear of much damage in the novel sights of Coney Saturday .
in such terrible
train that
the train was started twice a before the hurry, done south, but reports every meager. the mafsiveness of Liberty light, the where she Is first assistant. In the high The steamer Lillian lost no time during

Stuart. and baggage was gotten on, and express finally There was no lives lost at Jensen. genuine solidity of Manhattan Beach, school. the gale ; the vessel proving a very! '

went, leaving all the young lady's bag. ---- - ----- ---- We aiu having the-most delightful fall staunch boat, I
------ ---------
gage-which will seriously inconvenience weather, showery aud cool ; but host of Kau Oallltt's school opened on Monday e
11 T'lIrks expects: to lay the founda- her. all, no m"H'lutUIs.| last with a full attendance. Mr. Rb.- t'l
of I lute! Dew residence this week. EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE binder has, charge (for this term.
Well, we have had a breeze, and as we J. S. I.e 1"I1H, ivpiesputlug! Iloiuulict,
ntrauoi' N. II. Jones Is erecting ai have fussed all summer because we had Pollak A ( '0., of .fuuckswtville, wm In 1 Kdlth: Hums returned to Canaveral on I r

i mill for Mitts Susan Kitching thisr. not enough it l is to be hoped that worry town last Sntuulity ami Sunday.Mr. + Wednesday last, after a pleasant visit at-
1/e the Lodge, with her' friend, liessle Hodg
is over. have no serious damage to .
and Mrs.\ S. T. Mlddleton, Miss'
E;
Curd Schroder and chlld-
and Mrs blown down son
A few fences were ,
report.
Florence and Master Fred, left last week.
ietiiruod home from Cocoa Sunday and all of the houses more or less flooded for a short visit In Philadelphia also ] I A large manatee passed over the bar! f. J

lag. with water. W. F. Wolfe's packinghouse at Atlantic City N. J. Into the Elm (h hhie river on Friday Inst. r yl
ie chunk Is being painted this week was taken off the blocks. A num- Manatees are often seen In Ian: Uallle'nk
tlie outside; neat steps have been ber of trees were uprooted and countless The storm of last Friday and Saturday :! harbor. P n

t It and several other improvements palmetto tree were broken off like S3 did very little damage at this point; C. II. GlfTord! of Tibbals, having hit ,j

r'" many pipe stems, which proves that the but wo Hyrnputhlze with other towns launch, the Emma L, put Into commission

em Powell, of Miami, was the guest: wind was exceedingly heavy. There wasa which suffered so dovorely. after being hotisod In, Hodgson's

uniiuudoie Bessey, Tuesday eveolog./( tornado at midnight, Friday, which Frank Fee, of Fort Pierce, (leo. Hall, boat yard.Capt. .
Powell has host of friends in this did all the damage. If it had come downa and McMillan r
a of Sebastian, Messrs. Paddison, A. Bennett left for points on tfiw.
ut;. little closer It would probably have Cross and Powell, of Eau Gallle, lower river In the house boat, Rochester

mmo ore Bessey leaves us this week wiped us oil the face of the earth. We attended Masonlo lodge/ here last week The different wrecks on the coast nr did believe in pineapple sheds,
'.islivllle Tenn. and various otherS never the objective point.
therefore, we had none to be Injured, Mjss Eva Qalllnger returned on Sunday -
to take a much needed rest and excepting a few acres on the plantation and school opened Monday. ThisIs Eau Dsllle's harbor was filled with '

titan of the W. F. Richards estate. One of Miss Bellinger's third term here as sail crafts and Il\lInohelllhtrlnl( the time

putj Sheriff Morris Johns Is l build- them is the oldest shed that there Is in teacher and we fool sure all the scholars the gale lusted. :Not a vessel was hurt

jiiite m addlttion to his residence this section. That being/ well built and lire well sntlsll."d. Injured In any way.
ractor N. II. Jones has charge of stood the storm with
pork every lath nailed, W. U. Mllllgiin brought: to the postmaster Mr. MoKarlano's" boat, the Nip and
the loss of here and there a lath. But 11 largo bunch of vory fine roil Tuck, left for he( lower river after having
e flours, a Brent many /guavas going the ones built with wire and woven elate
dotes, which weio grown at Fountain / her trial trip In the harbor. Themutul' t,
"consolidated
; are all wrecked. Our new Heights There are several other large drives her along at a good rate. Il
l house" Is also damaged: is all
rate. school ,
bunches "n the two mud I they lire of
; "skew bias" on its foundation and the e i i + + I t I vory G. F. Paddison In erecting a large boathouse s
windows and doors hermetically sealedIt J 15 A ,..e ,r 'r r .4M1 tllae rI line quality. and landing, In front of ]bin residence

vrOUM NOTES was poor judgment to put such a tall I r taw Y Capt. It. S, Nelson representing the on th... Elm Gallle liver. The Wln0110 a

|itaii! McNeil's cottage was blown building: on such high; hill, absolutely Consolidated frociTy Co., of Jacksonville will be housed it when complete.
IU "iimUtions); Into the river. unprotected. It should have boon builtof ; Mr. Cathcait, representing Armour
W. H. Marshall and family left for
K stvpmanu's: catboat, the GUllllle.UOI very heavy timber to stand gales in & Co., of Jacksonville; \Vm. Gee, Fort Laiidurdalo on Monday morning
Uie such an exposed position. representing Merry A Co., Jacksonville;
atorm at her anchorage. the gale having damaged/ Ids property
Mr. /Stewart rttpiONcntlng! a clothing
soiuowhat at that Mr. Marshall
'tin inall houses Pilot town were house, of Petersburg, Vu., were guests point.,
Him. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING.
Jndud, by water but none washed Fearful Odds Against . of the McBride house this week. went down In his launch.A. .

Bedridden, alone and destitute. Such, _. R. Hodgson. has two tame .skunks
NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPKDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THK OFFICE: ------- r
t'k Iiru long dock was all washed in brief was the condition of an old 1 at his home Knthven cottage. The are
CURED!!: HKMOHKIIACKH!: OK TIIKLUNGS. !:
jr except'unapost. They will rebuild soldier by name of J. J. Havens, Ver- OF THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE. / ."several: since lungs duals are minus tliulisruusk and make ;
troubled years. my ..
tae. sailles. O. For years he was _____ __ __ _.. _. affected that I had I / .ItA intereating I I..A I eta and are A
-- -- were so badly
un -- -- -- ---- many ;
tlwuru ;-ith-i Kidney disease and neither doctors ;great enemies f; tI all l k J.'r' ; ;j'a f' IV )
& Ball lost five acres of hemorrhages, writes A. 1\1. Ake, of
Plu lilted nor medicines gave relief. At length he Fort Pierce. besides the lesser lights that surround Insects. I IfJ 'I
at their Besuey creek Woftd." Ind. "I took treatment with soy
uiion. tried Electric Bitters It put him on his that marvel of greatness, Now York city. oral physicians without benefit. I '
feet In short order and now he testifies: He is delightfully enthusiastic over his. any Avoid aeiloun results of kidney I or hll\' -
I'
Ln Michael's/ catboat dragged her "I'm on the road to complete recovery" Mis. Cross and family returned from outing and comes home refreshed and then started to take Foley'w Honey and der dUordors by taking Foley's Kidney i,

"n iDtil she hit the beach and she Best on earth for Liver and Kidney troubles their summer outing last week. ready for study Tar and my l long are now as sound as A Cure. Hold: 1 by II. R. Wilson & !Son d I.,, f'1
utah wreck Stomach and liver bullett. I recommend It In advancedstages
and all forms of ,
''oMypman lost a great deal of fruit I'complaints. Only BOc Guaranteed by all The people are very busy now clear- The Tibbals Country Club on Thurs /( of lung trouble" Wilson /Son. II "I Ik
the debris that from the storm. day last proved to' be "swell"
am lemon Ing came quite a Georgiana.Mrs. .
range, and lime trees Druggist. (I
g the storm I The weather does. not seem to bo at affair. Pretty toilet. were noticeable, AND OLD CUP DEFENDER.
all settled have had enough wind and tho attendance large Mis. ChntTec, I
a Dolger i.eiibetter of the MoUlnula d I St. Lucie. for the present.yet, we of Toledo, Ohio, Miss Hnlnlin of Mi I'lerco went to Cocoa Thursday ... :
Plantation, reports live itciesof ami MUs Mapes. of Eau with Tim Madeline, the defender now I IMra.
cup ,
Gallle
>l'pl' ahed blown down. I Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Growell returned Jane Tsylor returned from lisummer's .. ; ,
several from Eden, besides the usual having/ her horse-port at Tampa, was
"Q" Send In subscription to the ADVOCATE Sunday evening after a month's visit In of members Flinch tint of the Amnrlun's. In outing In Washington City c v
a were piotector
>i the East Coast Fish Com- your quota present. cup and other places, I Ile first. of the week.. .i
t t departure with its and get all the East Count tiews.Senator Volusia county. Is so very popular at the present time 1H7 '
along have her back
We
I")' kes more work for Uncle M. :S. Quay bade adieu to St. Our public school opened Monday with that nearly all participated In the game racing/ yachts to hold 1 that: famous. trophy are glad to again' 'I S
t had dis- about eighty!; pupils, with Prof. Pomeroyat until an Interruption caused. by the arrival IIn this side of the water The Made- Kd: Provost returned frum his visit: h

H '+azier lost all Luole on the weather 12th, to he meet.some very the helm and an able corps of assls of plains and napkins, followed by line I which now canle. lumber and fault among lelallvu! In (1nor gta. He spent.

n I the. his pineapple agreeable tants. an abundance of choice eutables. After between Tampa, Honduru and Cuba, :4. tll Itlay nod Sunday here with tilstIn
Muse i 'urrioane.down This means that We are Informed that Hon. R. R Quay Mrs. E. :S.: A. Chase, of St. Lucie was the removal of all remnants, dancing was pitted against tUft Countess of l>uf'erln > 'other, C. I H. Provost, and then went

p.in .md and will have to be is contemplating a trip to France with calling: on friends in town Wednesday. was enjoyed until time for dispersing ar aCan.idlanyucht, the list and only down to bin horn at Lotus.
rebuilt. his family during the coming winter. She was looking for a suitable house to tired The only regret of the afternoon Jsnadlan boat to challenge for the Oil p. V
M estimated by the experts and of rent. Mrs. Chase Is the able correspondent being the sudden Illness of Pluto Saeger, At that, time, the series was best two out Letters of Inquiry are coming In concerning -
me, that the wind reached Mr. Colwell and family, Viking, of the ADVOCATE at St. Lucie and / the gels of lust week. We are
a veloes which necessitated the early departure of of three, and the Madeline sailed I two .
owned
into the house by thankful to that received
moved report wo no-
xty rive.to ueventy-live miles an have Is a lady of rare attainments. Mrs G. A. Haeger! from t the assembly. aces against the Canadian, winning both.
at Howard of the Clyde Steamship : whatever. A few llmbn. n
damage pine
-lock John L. (
Friday night. The digging: of the Fort Pierce cut by Mrs. O. E. Andrews 'lea charming hostess The first race was August/ II, and was were blown off and perhaps an old dencl ,
,
1talke4' ame down Monday night Co Senator Quay, unner the able supervisionof and was ably "assisted l by her daughter won.. by the Madeline In 10 minutes, /Mlseconds. tree or two were blown dowu.
'late', s. nellday at the 0. K. The inlet 18 i opened at last, but as we Capt. Jlen Mooy, of St. Lucie, was Miss. liesnle.. The second race was on the

P'ne.ippie' plantation. They had saw a launch aground, f in the new waters I brought tll a sudden termination Friday Last Friday little hamlet following day, the Madeline winning by A. It. Carter and family moved from
: our peaceful
the acres .jf shed damaged. last Sunday we thought It was shoal; when old ocean decided, she could do visited tremendous arid 27 minutes, 11 oooods. The beautiful Oceanus to their home Friday of lane
: though the ocean may, in time, deepen more work In a minute than those woik- was by a gate: tiodel of the Madeline has. been admired week. They had a pleasant summer or i

1 rt'C1r ''It athree-martedschooner, If; all say It will except Capt. Chase, who men would do in weeks, so she openedher one that came very done suddenly. Considerable buildIngs In Floilda waters. She 1 III the only one the beach, hut have come home to gut
tb
1 Itur vypre!** from Apalachlcola, declares It will be of no benefit at all. /flood gates and cut a channel a great damage was wharvns shipping trees shrubs- of the old cup defenders now In active the "little folks" ready for school which yopens
York: Is visible and results. chimneys, service. :28 with Miss Alice /Sander
tketIlbert, ? Bar Plainly We will wait see width In a turnkey. The water In the fruits and flowers. All our houses were Sept. r
Yacht Club House. ----- --- as teacher. g ,
A howling, roaring wind and heavy cut Is teeming with thousands of fish, drenched. ]Doors, windows, and even
tcPhersoa'8 dock was one of rains came down upon us lastl-rlday coming Into the river which bids. fair to the siding did not prove adequate to pro AN EDITOR'S TESTIMONIAL: Horn, to Mir and Mrs. UeVoe Harm,.

aCliaL ? : Itself. and all day and night It never ceased.If make; a prosperous Inter season tor tect the occupants from the ceaseless '1'. I.ych, editor the Phi lips burg/ N. J. Hept. 7, IfMKI; a lovely little daughter. i
McPherson sodock left II. there was.a gale any place it got lout. those enjoined In this popular Industry. flow of water. The Interior presented Daily Post, write : "I have used many Mr. and! Mis.. j, B. Mower are as happy rte

::0 Pmann decided It bad been long before It reached St. Lucie. Capt. Chase Hurrah t For Senator Quay and Capt. the appearance of "jn t moved In," all kinds of medicines for coughs/ and colds as grand parents are expected to be. +

Uuonenr.. so It went along: too.? and Jim Russell had their docks carried Ben /booy.' : all articles were hastily taken care of to In my family but never anything/ so good Mrs. Bower Is at Conrtenay. caring for

wa entirely away. James Paine had his The storm of Friday while of unusual the beat of our ability, yet there seemed an Koley's Honey and Tar. I cannot say her daughter and grand-daughter: for n. t
flu Vrelk the Admiral a shelter In the time orange wind break and front fence blown severity did not do much damage The' to bo very few places In which they were too much In praise of It." Wilson Sou. week or two.Wednellday.

i to commodore and President, down. Most every one lost oranges. ot windmill belonging to P. 1' Cobb was safe. >l ucla glass was broken, and the and Thursday of last week:;

.tele kher line Bessey, of thelaunch limes and several fishermen lost their demolished, also F. E. Stetson's. The torrents In, In unrestrainedfreedom. Misses Deth IJiiinar and Nina lialdwirb
alllO Are You Going North V
and baa, Wuodward's; Judge llan- nets, we are informed.A Masonic building leaned over about When our hilarious visitor celebrated their birthdays, each, by ItlifIng -
aeveral other I 11 Inches and the stock of Mr. Ne.bUt'., bad departed and the clearing up process a party. Miss Nina was eight on {

craft 111.10 while not hurt so much, caused a great began everjthing; looked as If it had Get your ticket. over the Clyde Line, Wednesday and Miss Until ulu" or.
a rltlng 'P' these facts of the dame Hoy's Wild For Life. of hard work all night to save it. The been visited with both fire and frost F, from Jacksonville to New York. Thursday Miss Winnie Dixon was tb-t

'Jd : The storm, we wish It un- family around expecting him to orange trees and young pines, especially M. Hvdson sustained a severe Ion In the CHAM. If. WALTOJC, Agent/ Invited guest at both parties.. On W
pinan Wl, are not doing so I in a With and son riding for life, 18 miles, to suffered. the worst, the wind tilling them wrecking of his windmill; J. T. Waters Tltusville, Fla. the happy trio of little girls spear
aoner. We can stand sev- die a King' New Discovery for Con- up with sand and in some places nearly had a tenant house moved off Its foundations a long, pleasant day at Nina's home;tie- a
j sit such affairs get Dr. covered them. The waves broke and tne\ large sail of Ker. Mawyer'slklpjack next they all spent s. t
: and still ofare Coughs and Cold.,W. H.Brown, upon Hummer Tourist (totes. Thursday,
aety fUnch. We always want sumtlon. Ind.: endured death's agonies the Tyler dock, but no damage was done was torn Into smithereens. happy day at Beth homo. They each I

t irrt. Of' aDd when we state that of Leesville asthma, ; but this wonderful here by the river. The fishermen were Each resident was remembered In the Tickets are on sale via the Atlantic received many beautiful! and u* fui. d

tall :1 CItizens were not dam- from Instant relief and soon I forewarned' and had all their boats safely general distribution of discomfort and Coast Line, to the principal summer resorts present.
believe we are correct. medicine gave Us writes: "I now sleep anchored up the cut. Telegraph poles anxiety. Every place has suffered' to throughout )he country. Tickets
Mired him. n5ht.( Like marvelous and pine trees! went down like nInepins. some ed.nt1 and no person wishes for a are good returning until October 31st USED FOR PNEUMONIA.-Dr. C. J. 1

,' ( -d Tar soundly Consumtlon every Pneumonia Bronchitis The guava crop was brought to a sudden repetition of the wind at seventy miles 190i: and liberal stop-over privileges are Bishop, of Agnew Mich., says "I have'
for br onion throat tro bless and cures of Colda and Grip prove 1M : termination; the storm gathered the an hour. It was the wont storm that allowed. For Pullman reservations, used trol.,'* Honey and Tar In three very

!b7! bronchitis Cough for -ill Throat and Lung crop. The wind whipped flowers and has visited this locality la Tears, and In rates etc., see Ticket Agent or write: severe case of pneumonia with good remits E
matchless merit :
4d j ooh'? diseases, hoarse- bottle d $1. shrubbery till It looker like there had some features the worst that has: ever FraDk C. lioylston. Commercial Agent In every' ell_." Hrfum subntltutesu '

tales zuid ba Wilson A.Son.Refuse Trial bottles free at all drug stores been a severe frost. taken place, 138 W. Bay street, Jacksonville: Via. !Hold: by 11. K. Wilson A Sou. 1 1nl

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joined by half a dozen others, and the

lovers knew that as soon an the dead Florida East Coast

wolf hind (boon devoured there would

be another rush which It was hopeless
>tao.I rSMf'
that could withstand. Vera to
'.NUOM I7YM'sa eeMN NYNNi1Npr.a a. gain distance they took hold of Alexis under te LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28
|I9DOUTNBOUADREAD $
at..d puaq n..aa ArII.L'uagl the arms and dragged him back as tar Fly ,
Ino wou alt 1.1'of eau, o DOWN
o nya P"e'rold r us pJ l as she wan able; then, taking the rifle, r i NORTHBousD..gEADNaelly t

,J la.o{Mtn auluupr nxae A..AU 4auOWf q p.p.uuu..tuuq ( wolves she stood to finish before their him. meal.waiting for the JAa ; 4at J9 S Da /, No.lly3. STATIONS.- I I i'No"..98. lurv' No ?8,

Most of the carcass was consumed FfIi

She could hear a few wolves still picking alOOy.140.Lv...... ...... .JaokionTllle. ,...? *
081.e41a ,.. Bojaokonvtlle < 26 'MB
at the boned' while one or two, she 8Q peloMs. ... .v. ........... .. ..x? i: Uaiiia" W

fancied, were licking their chops. One r E }} .1184. ,".."""!!"..''''.'.&Aa.LInA.".'"'". ... 1 '"i-MM"liBMi!
i cy kt I. 0 e 17 .. ,. yalatka. .., .. .. |.
1luq pa>faeJ3 a quM uleae ( pair of eyes appeared In the middle ot i, ski Ar....,. ... ........J-alatka. .... ..,. BGx.IH
sa sfOJa2uep sa 3snf st the roud glaring at her, and In a moment TryNGF I 0 S1 31*.LT :. .., ..falatka{ |le:jJ"n< ]

she was sure they were drawing OO< i1 W1 ; Ar.LT. .... ....... 'San atnu. ....., Qejl
A.10i LT, Han Mateo .
At s ,
nearer. She raised" her rifle aimed and ZW
< d Neoita "TV ,
pulled the trigger. O t 11 l I/P ..... ...........Bunnell*. ....,... .... ... I r n, P
The cartridge did not explode. j I;., 0 .................. Dupont........... ......... .
5
1 : ? NS'd.LOdel Vera realized that tho end was at Qrk 5..( .( 90S a13p .............. Daytona. a 11 I'n nH .
hand. Throwing down her rifle, she 00 1 p e 1 !t .PortOranue ) I
Iaa101100JuIIIue1Y IIp1
'I+
/ .. NBmvnta.,
'1UIl)1a( >IEaMs1 deliberately advanced to offer beJ'lelll ;tlstohepa 36P ...::..'....'..... Oak ITll6............|..... ( 8
la9uas ou sfuIsNO a sacrifice to delay her lover's death. Z alQ 801. 6 D ........ ...........Tltu.nllo... .......,,... x0 tYSael.l 13p
.
ueyl ye. } ,p a UP .......................Oecoa.............. ... : Ai stet' <
YI At the moment there were a clatter 4f I86 ....................R.ickl,dK ..,..,,,,..,'!.!. s fp ,eg731pA l 8
of torses' hoofs before her and i> shot ..Kail Oallle..... .. ,
/ : ....:. ..,..... ..elbou ). ...:::.... 8 1 tt>a UUp,.
In on Instant the wolves had va J bCd. a'C 13. .. et41 ,11 U.Y
.1 a 1 4 ... 8 e batlaa .. |.. ,
Horsemen came up and found Vera < iQ ......,. .'........St. IjUfle............,,,.>. .. e 1 Waelllea)1
V t901'' ,............. .. .Kt. Plerca |
W
standing in the roud Home distance before Tri-'V cc1dy Sailings wI a ; : : ID ......,...............Til)bainKden .::::::::::::::;: ":.x11 t11II4Df f3 'ale n4 )'
Ales Is. In the darluJellll'Uley t / as ....... Il.e
I ........ ......... .. IIl pn 1 oa''
ihe II Jenaen ..... .......... v
would down bad not
have run her gILW.140a. .. .. a1118ple4HU
Free and YORK.Calling p. Stuart .:...
stepped aside. They wero a party of BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW 810' ( P. ,.... .. ., Ilobe Bound:':::::.:::::.. ((13371'le Dllyph

Accented Masons. Demldoffs. Alexis' horse had N0 a14Aa. ........ ...,., Waat Juplt r...... .. "1013m P.BIl A"
the ''
? /i, / gone /Tp. .............WeitPalm B.aoh ..'.
I home without bin rider and they had at Charleston. S. C., both ways) k / NB. ......BoyntonFt .......... .:.: e,13.Sfpa4, ,11 r rC

_.- come out to search for him. The Finest in the Coastwise ServiceThe ..flues E Olae3 TTT r.. .... ..... .: Laudeniaie.Delrsy .. .!!.."...".....".. C ( YF ap.
Alexis was taken homo and Insisted Steamships Rallandal* .
Indian No. WTituuvllle F .esoa./4? ... I/omonCtty ............. /
should with him. Demi- 71iSCIIKDTTIiES *
that Vera
go aTW 16PAr..::. ..... '.... .Miami ... .. ....... .......r ,r i toot
River '1a doff, tho father of Alexis, questionedVera Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .r

who told the story leaving out i Direct Service Between OF BRANCH LINES. f f5ANPORD

Lod/ e. r .r \ Florida.. her Intended Hiu-rlflce. I
Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. BRANCH.f"06 ORANGE
y HoliU. HH mnetinipi tho .unnonil ami fourtli Frl- "Why were you BO far In advance of CITY DSAJTOa.irr .
..., tit Mitch montli, .a",their ronin" Indian Klver
my eon, i farmed, when you were at Charleston S. C. both ) Dnll eTArmor.. No.12 I
Uutel.Tltiurille, at 7iHO o'aIu<. .k p. 1fI. (Calling ways n D.II Dally BTATIOXt.TlaTS a
J. L. Carnillinrn' Wdrnhlpful, M",nt..r. found?" ho uxked. BKMl-WKfcKI.Y; SAILINGS.:> jmirjiiNo.
...... Tlntevllle.Ar.11lOp
T. 11. Hondas Hontor Wurilnn.,l Vera hesitated, then replied: 'loiithlmunilNorthlmund.... .... .. .. .. .. ... .. ... ... .... .from Lcwln 'Wlmrf "o ton .1|lT. 112 3
S. W. ()Carroll lunlor Warden .. .. . .... .. .. .. .. ..Iruiu foot of Catherine, HLroer J""k ouvlllo fT fM 14 a Lv.Mimi..A Lv. ..,...... Oareen.. ...... .. .Arfll Ira 87p a OOp lip *191J'T I.T .Litk N-Smyrna* Arallxla EIpp
J. M. 1)Imnt Tr>fartiirer.. "It wan plain that one must die. --- --_ _.-- --- .- ---. .- -- .e 05 a T.T. .... ....KnternrliM... ... .. .Ar.ll OOa X 3E3p Lv 0-an Hel.- i t n. 4nllS'iii '- + 1DUs
F. A. Morgan, Hooretury.II. If I could the wolves there was .. ... ., r i I .llpt4
F.:Hmwn: rhaplaln., delay a PSYOaAr. ... .. 8infrrt LT 10 80a I 4 00 i ll4aalAf_._/ rf'ln_ i i j j"NiTaO .,13PY$
J. R. \Val knr, H"nl.>r DnuunnP. chanco of help ('omltltor Alexla. It Clyde St. Johns River Line. "So. 23 No. 19 I No. 17 13Pally. Nn 22 No per,
W ItobnrtM, Junior Itnunnn." wan also possible that their hunger Hat and MAYPORT
i F./ M. Taylor, Henlor Htnwanl.. (Dellury L.IIIH.) Sundayonlr. D.lty Dally DvSly Dally, Dull 1 '
F. A. I..mluy, Junior' Huiwarcl. would be appealed with my body and ,auu BHANOII.S :. ex.Bm } i in T.;6u
M. K..: lOiinlinh) Tyl..r. leave Alexis untouched." BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: HANFOKD.Htx .
>i>phiK at I'nUtkn' Astor St. Frauds, Huresfiinl' (HeLainl), .and intermediate lumllnK / 15 p 4 53 p r ) | lT..JwVionTUl ..ir 7 'On in.i ; :;
__ .. rt
.. hunts-
L. ripmldoff, who wn a great .on thotlt..lolln'IIIUvur. iS pa 01 |i tJ i 3 01 pU 0 DM a IT .So.JiokvnmlltAr sa u < 8 II. n ,: f3 fiOlpt't'
and brave could not with. 00 p. -(|- < 8 8| aiopsi00051r. .Pablole.ah..Lved ne4tl on
man a man, -ual-
An Intended STEAMKU "LOUISIV CAP'I' c. II. BROCK, II.11 pAI40pa1014a|l ir..lUintlo B>wk..LT rt (J 11 1, IB 4213i-S'1pt
stand this heroic devotion. lie con- 111 til li 6 83 3 00 alO 81 I .. a
IS AI'POINTEU BAIL AS FOLLOWS: v | a p a Ar".1Wypon .Lvla 0)alA 7 40 a iU 00 n t ll {
Dented to Alexla' union with Vera, and Leave. Foot Catherine Straut' .Jackaonv11W8ax1p.in' | .. ... ... .... .. ..Tuemluy anil Hatnnlnys. par
tired of the of how Leave 8""I'.r.IIIIIO.( .a. in. .. ,. ... ... ... ,.., .. ;\1..1.)11. and Thureduyx Them Tl-n*Tihlrg show tha tlm s at whk'l train* mar hr ix '. .t.It ., rd4
1Jacrtfrce never telling story -- --- -- -. -- .-_ ---' Cfnm th BATAral stations but th*>tr a rival or tlvparturn ne the thnt, 4 din I ,. a cu
n she had mived his son and offered her. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.F. ROT duel the Company ho'ld Itwtlf responsible for any delay or any n, ,. aq1 no
-- elf to the wolves In hU stead. from.
d M. IRONMONGER> : > ,..", Aunt. 0..".Pax,. Agt.( 2)4( West Play St.,Jiu. .k..>nvllio. Fla. -------- -
I [Original.] LULU ROSS MIDGELEY. 'V. (COOl'hll: .: t..Jr.. Local, ,+rt.Agt. Jnckiti.iivllle U P. LOVKLI.. A.Ht. 8upt.. Jaoknonvllle. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
Vera wan' -n young Russian girl who JOHN L. !lOW AIU.,Huperlnteiiilvnt Font Hogan St...laokBiiuvlile, Fla.
A.O. IIAO.a.U'r0.1. KMfn I'unn. Aict.New York (LYI>K MILE!; Neu. Krt. Afrt., :New York.
It the did not belong to tine pciiniint YOU KNOW WHAT TOLL AUK TAKINO ,, PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONIJECTICNS AT
TI1KU. I chants wits not fur above It.1..s.." When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill CliMHobrmiKb; HullUiiiK, 1!) Stale St.. Opposite| Buttery Park New York.

1 t)(nnl printed on every bottle showing; that It Utlingly .Tbul'. .. ... ... ... ..... 10 00 \pl\ Ar K..., W.., !\fOil.. ."'1 Ii
miai who \veil 1 1 in the mule province iron and Quinine In a tasteless __. __.. _ .. __. n ArIeyW..iBun. Thur.. ..... .....,..... l' 30 Lv K y'Went;: Tu. Sat II

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i" a* Vera met her one day wlillo lie fo.'m. No cure, No pay. uOcts. brH.v.nsMnn.trl. ArM.amIDue..aat. __....1'.:
.
-4 : ] cJrnDAIR
wiOs hunting and an liitlinnoy ----
opnuiK Fup copy of Local Time Card or other Information addraxg in) tar"
np hetwppn the two -oplewUtcb The Point of TUw.Two .
young p
window washers were at workon J. D. HAHDTER, A. "t. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE, :
ended In love. When loxla LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
the ledges of tho sixteenth story!
fntjlor hoard of the( attachment 1. forbade
windows of a downtown office building
bin son ever to speak to line girl'
about ten feet from each other. As they
neOtn/ under pain of In-lnit disinherited.ualiirnlly << DETROIT
bund to their straps and washed and tinYOMr
This led to ncc'rot IIIt'Pt'lIll4. polished" tho glass they could look Into SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, tr
Op I1t'flltlOIl't'nl went to the wo..d
y the offices where a number of ch-rku WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE:, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, o/CLWlAM'-
to o..<'etIt'xlll by 1II, c'llltlll'lIt. Hhowultod : Lt2
were, bending over ledgers and books. m-' .AA1f'
*&r
u long while ut tho trAtingR F
9WROVAfCj
u, For a half hour they worked andwatched Two Trains .
Klegant Daily ''''' Cff/CA<
but her lover did /dot nip. V-HllIT\ )
did not ;
I'e4ting the cleiku, who move
; Homo inlHfortiine, site walked th.lrhnol tfCtffJJtCTSU
tl'OIltht'lr routined position over Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.
tow.nl tho DeinldotT home She had ,
washer
: ,!'!. Klnxlly .one big window
gone but a uhort Olxttinte when lime. his would MODKKN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.:
leaned hack a" tar an strap G.Sr
i saw Aloxld' liorne ulpplnij the griiasbt'iilrie permit nUll called to hiM fellow\ : 'ri s
ONLY LINE Operating Dully Thioiijih Sleepers Jnukitonvllle to New Orleans tows 'ICtiMOND
the fund. Then her recited
eye "Aln't It Mrange what Home folks will
on tUa. iiuiNler lying near by. The
Tribune.
di
> for a livingChicago J For Information and sleeper reservation call on any Agent flWKAXfffMW
hOTeu hurl thrown him. Klrlutt. him a .
If} IIn1Ju arm ttnd a Hpralaeil ankle, Seaboard, or write LOULIVJ1S // K
q BMrs. Mollie\ Allen, of South Fork, Ky.,
dr An soon us Veni fiiuiu up the two iiiyH the has prevented attacks of cholera A. O. ;\IAcUO J<:J.r., A fct. Oen. P..MH. Ait.: S. C. UOYI.STOY, PIWH Agt..i.1CKSONVILLE /

r rorcnilt HH to what should be done. morbns by taking Chamberlain's Stomach : FLORIDA CTYJtf&fftoo
Yffn propoHi>tl to mount the horse and and Liver Tablets when she felt an ?

rldp for help but the unliaal rcfimml to attack coming,: on. !Such attacks'!! usually JWC

Iii ciuiKht nod run back toward tho causal by Indigestion and these c \\CXtfLCrTS
tablets are Just what needed! to cleanse
DijjiIdotT Htatu. Vera did what else
lie gtonmch and ward oft the appronoh- Atlantic Coast Line
co.\1I1 to runko her lover coiufortablo.nlicht I lag attack. Attacks of bilious colic maybe R'y. }

-rhl>>) ciinioon.1'rcMently prevented the same way. For sale

I they hoard n distant bark. by all druggists and medicine dealers r/oi A Rtlw

Vera, who was holding her lover in -- The Great Through Car Line from FloiUI.i.TO SPRINGS< eu&c. f f&AcJ p

her arms. with his baud In horn, gave rhll..ol.b _.--- .- --. Art/t COLIIlf

; I a JanMiNlv Clutching of her finders.ItoLh "Sly .non" said the sage. "It hRS been 'I'll 13 HAST.

t know the Hound to !bo tho baying, observed by many wise men and even ,Over UB own rail to Savnnn.il, Charleston, Kiclimoml and \VaHlniiKton thence 'i1LLl

.ou wolf by fools, that enjoyment it rather In via the Pennsylvania Killiou: l. <

It wnn fur dlxtant, but It reminded anticipation than in realization. The --- -- For ._ NTL

thcftn Unit there wore other woJvoawiQttereU events to which we look forward most TO TUB WIST.The : a.a stY

through, the wood. Indeed.It hopefully are apt to prove dlsapimlntllMC. LotiUvtllo & NaHlivlllo, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio 1C 11. SMOOTH RUN

Wall not long/ before they IIRW within ."
.
a ..ton(''. throw two eyon glaring like "Hut" snld the disciple! "Is It wine to TO Tlll-2 BAS'r'IA HTI2AAISIII1.. 'J rJrlPSOUTHERN

r cutdn of flr anticipate disappointment and thus kill Via :Miiviinnali nod Ocean Stoanmliip Company| for Now York Philadelphia, DOHton. AI1CIf1ilIJo

I Vera bud bad time to prepare her about the only chance of enjoyment we Via Norfolk Steamer to Now York \Vanhinirlim and l Haltlmorp. VI la Savannah ro-

t self for thU. fcilif knew that AI..xll4 have?'' jinni MricliantH and Dfluora' rrnnaporttalon\ Company| for Hall I. RAILWAY

'. cotfld neither shoal on his feet nor And the old man stroked his whiteboard morn ..11111'hll:1l10. : plila. ctfJotf//Ul
--
t and mild he would think It over. To
J bold a gun except with one hand and
TO KIY AVKST ANI HAVANA.Via .
l, that tho left. Plsensnglng; herself _1" ,,'" WASHINGTON
NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and
IVnlnnular
._ A Occidental Steamship Company. ,
--
}. from him Mho Helped hit rifle, which 'I
l she hail taken the I precaution to re- 1- and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C.
i
Connection Made Jacksonville I forall PointsIilIi.1Ail
r eovTr, and walled for the wolf to draw ConsumptionThe ---- CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"The
ne
pia...>r range she rained the title to her : TICIU:TS.Inlcl'chulIte..hle NORTH and WEST... || ts!! "The Sapphire Country.N.w..t
Blianlder and lln-d, nlmlnx between mileage tickets good over l.tXO: ) miles of among the principal -
ruilroaiU ihe southern statue, are on Hale by the principal apenU. D..Ign. Dlninrf Car
the The Molf whose head was
i eye
For reservation and Information to of the L. Pullman Care "._Ic.
apply agents A. C. or write, ..
only out by tho ball gave n yelp nnddatOvMl On All Trai_. The -
\ nwny. only kind of consumj' FRANK c. HOYL8TON, Commercial A (t. W n. STAIIK i Tray fans. Agt.1i ....

"lru\v the* shell quick! 1I1I111 Alexla. lion to fear is neglected l:$ Rest Uav :St., Aster 111111<1Inll:. JACKM1VVILI.E, KLA.I. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. M. r*. CART. DUtrW: Pala..n(.. (
:M. EMERSON, Trnftlc Manager W. J. ('11A1iien'L Pass. Agent. IDS W. Bay S".... jAcnoMTrtkB. Puu

"He will be back lr"l'IltI consli mption. WILMINGTON :V C. W. A. Tu... P. T M..Waihlnrton. D. C. S. H. H..D..CI. : O. F.A..Waehi'r Co

; Vera drew the shell and taking a that W... H. TAYLOB. A. C. P. A, Atlant. Ca.i .
i fMlttrlds' : from Aleils belt, taxed it In People are learning con-

tliailllo and waited. Alexis 1 who v\a sumption is a curable di easl'. CHAS.I :E3 ZJVM: : :: & COw .. ..
1II >I..n.11t1 idiiit \begged her If the wolfreturned It is -- -- --.- -- -
I neglected consumptionthat all lD w. Bay It.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.for .
to hold the rifle for him and
.. is often incurable.At : i/
lot him fire trllh Ibo gun against: hit so N t icrKS .

lift idionlder. Vera i-on-wnted> and the faintest suspicion' (If f I al Jp.11

tlujr; took the portion reiiulrt-tl, to nee consumption get a bottle of I ? ;
how It would WOI r., but Alexla was"Miffed I uw. FULL )'
i ;;
Scott's EmulsIOn and begin I ; : 1 le.verltebtedr.gonof tll-bealtn Ii >'.
, .
'to Hit .il'. and wan no faint that I : AJ more physical wreck than probably say

In ltd not dare try tho cxpt'rlnient. regular doses. I easo peculiar to American. .
I' ;, I WHY Simply because npora the 1or
\Vhon the volf back there
came The use of Scott's Emulsion EXDRE55 PRE55 j "" :1 the malady the .}stem U uauall) J>
were four pairs of glaring" eyes In- i J quinine, or tbat deadly' mineral-calomel)
y1
' wiiid' of 011('. Vera hud lived all her at once, has, in thousands:. oil PaePAID PREPAID :- Don*oltaer.Do It. W It's Dan ..roue.aeccuary .
o OOItlvlIly guaran
1.r'1In, a 11.un try Infected with wolves cases, turned the balance inl Cllr i i'tl

.: .4 knew that when one war. killed 32O HERBINEbyevaHlasdyaatAS.m.rccaaanyfarm
favor of health.Neglected
.
that others would eat the carcass before I "

I."'laTiUnj on Selretlng ate pair of
she coulil we nothing rUe of tlje' not exist: where Scott's Emulsion per Nlll.er.CJC:71)rtl..I: ; :\ .U.
"lvewlie about to lire when she .
waa . I
I It her hand tremble She paused i is. I l H i

IJIITbut- ..nj turning, kiss kl"",ed.strengthened her lover on her the Prompt ue of Stott's Emulsion $ f ao z.

checks the disease while it
IK CVen, and again aiming she fired DEIIVCRCO

HiuLn wolf dropped dead. can be checked. I f0 II. It. WILSOXA; SON


lot\v7itl I the" food Its fellows Vera drew were th scrambling. shell cf lend for Ire. ai" 'I !/ "THE'ADVOCATR PRINTING OFFIC(]

tint exploded cartridge: and inserted! SC'TT I' At' I., > |., JOB

atii.tU.r But thin nnequal content. t.) Purl '('..' NcwYocki

U aroul'1 uo4 l4et, 'J'.4tt tout;: wol v".s.were t'' '" al! ilru;iiMl Agents the Pulmt Brewing Co." AI) kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the 8V >








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JIA.ST; ( OAST ADVOCATL SEPTIlBERIIS.. 1003. 1 {j'
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TITUSVJ LLE. NKW YOltK.
FRUITS AND FLOWERS
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HANDCARTS.

:SO'rEL.: -- The ti rtli4nt slope. of n hillside! I.I Ithobect ..
Broadway and 4ht JStreef,
ot.: .
: Ilandy homemade AII'.dr. For Farm- location for nn apple orchard Hotel Yendome
OX-THK-IXLIIAX-RIVEK. era gild Surdt-itera.. NEW: YORK CITY. ,'
The pwir will cafe us near bearlni( ,
The prnctlciil farmer nnd j garden
TITUSVILLE of fruit.t'r,' RII any othe
a crop ) year
will\ find muny uw for u K<)xl bwd. kind of fruit. FIREPROOF :100: I'oomll. single and on suite, with private baths and toll
FLORIDA. cart rind about carts nn Ohio( l I-'lu'IU'r< rooms. EUROPEAN PLAX. Good rooms $U\Uj large zooms *2: ; and with
writer baa the follow lug to Bay: wltll If the currant worm ninkea its!! appearance private bath f2.'iU' < per day null upwards The management under tile per
1 t dust the foliage while the loam supervision of the owner. FIIA N I K OHl'EX, Mnnitcer
tdziHl steel. or fool frame carts Co i
J. O. BAST, Propnetc dew" In on with white hellebore.In .
limit :lf5 j:: to $ >.riO and IIrt' well wurth +
trnnoplantlng plants from pots invert -
tho price to u furnu-r that hat his work the and the bottom of It SItI I4'Vi n INLAND, OIT LOXCJ ISLAND! x Y "
put rap
DUCK SHOOTING HyHtouintlvitlly nrrnriwnsi.! ('olllblnn tlon |
/ 1 tli box:: and barrel carts are o8t.", Thearo sharply, and the plant will come out.

a and FISIIIN no arranged Unit the box c-un t 1>0 An overloaded grapevine will nomntnre
Its fruit. If it beard wore House "and r t
>* Hates: $2. f>0 per day. quickly detached. anti the curt moliieiai fran than It ought it will ripen Its fruli t Manhanset Cottages

f 10 aud $12 per wee.JACiCSONA"ILLI adjusted to hold! an ordinary late
or oil barrel for the convenient hai
---- -,-, T- dung of any liquid. A nomewhut IIII"; Air flaked lime sprinkled on rosebushes Sll I.TI'H': tsr.AXl, OKK I.OXO ISLAND: V. V.

:. ter and stronger cart than those meitlouod when: the clow Is on will the destroy Ol'K.VEl JITXK _trrnIOl.) l< : I't: : t
insects without injuring )
-- ----- may, however bo built by the T .III.UlI ono-uuarter hours from Now York via: Long Inland U. It. Health t h

HOTEL farmer himself If he lias n couple of bushes."" fully Mltuatnd( ou Mugultlcnnt bay" amid beautiful scenery IM-liole' golf links ; i
INDSOR . of
old buggy wht't'IKlot altogether worn !Kr>si plants should have plenty Now York Yuoht Club 1I1.lon.I'ollllJalrhl, Xo nioH
JACKSONVILLE'S\ a-\'r: AXD KLOKII'.VH out. an axle to suit thu acme> anti tlimneHmuy 1 light nail heat., Nothing will blight Dry atmosphere. Del von and. /groves, boating, bathing, halting d.inclOjj, l'l
LARGEST AND IJKST YKAK-KOUN'I HOTEL lumber Take the axle amremoving their buts sooner than shade und bountiful music hall electric lights/ Otis elovatois suites with baths, eta. J

wood and clips, exit the axle moisture.Nearly. for term and Illustrated pamphlet addtess I i{ ',
nil rnltlvtited fruits are liable
In two nt the middle.Ccld togethr to oration\ This Is always Injurloun KOBEltT MUltltAY, Manager; :Munhunset (louse, Shelter Island, N. Y. :' f
to lx about throe nnd ont
again BO us
I"1 One of the '
nlmiild prevented. .
half feet In length. Iirlll a hole nen nUll -- -- -- ( \

.'. Take two woot bent I pii-vciitlvex IK thinning. I
each end of the 8' '
en pieces (not too large) flee feet lon It. One 'of the( tii'xt pliuvs to use coal F: S..A.. :E_ t. ;
of the fruit
iirtxiiid the huse
ami at a distance of two feet from on! ashes N \
end of each .stick bore holes for bolts i tot tri'CH. Put a inoiiiiil of them around '
r ty'J _r, the holes In the axle. Bolt on the'' each tree itorcrs will not lie MO apt to Hotel with Seven Cottages; and 10 .

axle after: mortising slightly and cot truuhlt tht>-m.--- Acres of L :lnd. I' .
fret the long ends by u croncpleerounded (!
down to uuikr a handle. Flu, TO ('l 1K! ] A COLt) IN ONM] I>.\\

1 .shows how the cart frame will look! Take Laxative Dromo Quinine Tablets.AH .

when this hns been lone Make from druggists! refund tho money If It falls ;

tFJitF'- '" light well seasoned bOil rIb n box 8 by; to care Jo:. W. Grove's signature Is oneach Y.,,,
ylllll rw 'r box acts:
.. r
4 fi>et by 1 foot nod fasten to benm t
-- - ----
w ps Jfrli.a by n email bolt lit each corner of thtt .
.NI i How to Air Itrtln.The .
r.u( direction for airing bed. givenIn J to

n domestic trnlntnic school are worth a

noting. Plow two chairs with seats together r
+ ti1 tiII ti\
L:7Jt'T flour an open ,,'lnd, w. Fold the l 171 r It) t t' l lIrm \, ,
OWNEK-S AND : the, long way nnd 'lelY \t '
I'I t.LENS, PKOPRIKTORS.: couuterpnne neatly t"siiptt" t ; { ,
the of the ctmlrtt, allowing w, ZM A 1
------ -- I lay over tops u4Ct"J ) .
the middle to Bug down to tho Heats.,

J"J I Fold tile blankets. next and place over

VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the couiiterpiiiie. allowing a "space' be- : *: 'j rt'' 4.4 r'1* + I II :
twev" each for the circulation of alt ,

Proceed the sumo way with the rest r ..'

of the bcdrlothlng. Kent up the pit- + Qyy j r ,tw ok t iy i I ;
lows and place them where they will ft + 'OI'
I pity wrte' pOllt flllJe. Centrally located.! Thoroughly repiilied and roIgovatrd. get the air. !t.' /

c2run .E1
t:
Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted mjtxviciaivoi 11ANDCA1 Te. 1j4lUO JCeutml $i IOO. :! .If

box reaching through the box: floor ambenm. I The readers of this. paper; will bo /f'
I Rate* $::1.VI per day and,UI). The hnndlo ends project OIK ploimol to lonrn t hat there is at least one

foot from the tax und a plee of.boanat 1 able dreaded to cure illseiiHO in all\ that Its Hinges science, and him that been Iscatarili. Locntod'nt HAUXO, three
B. W. SPERRY, PrOIJl'ietor.TMORELAND the right length IH nulleil to the box: : ,. Hall's\ Catarrh Cure Is the only D.\, on the Kau Uallln River, lens than 1"lf" mite from. the Indian! River, and two ,'.

nt that end to net us n supporting log punitive cure known to tho medical and I a half) tittles from Ilio ()eclln. The property\ l III two hundred in I Ion couth of ::1

,J The Illustration (Kltf. 2) lio\vn anoth ,I fraternity. 'atarrh beln ncon t.itlltloll- Jacksonville, on the Klorld.i, Kiwtoast: Hallway'with' the liailroad. Station ad- t I
t'r method of making n very Hiibtttuntlaiart. al disease, requires auonstitiitloual 1 treat orooted In isnd und Momu ( { thorn have never I 11, '
\ :
olnliiR( the property Dulldlugi .
S1 HOTEL West Bay; and Cedar Streets Take un old buggy axle aa before ment. lIulI'1 Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally /{ '
JACKSUNYILLE and cut and weld making It abou noting directly upon tho blood L>oen occuI'led, the original/ owner having died few mouth After their completion. '
feet In length between tod mucous surfaces of the system, Tho hotel wax opened for about two montliKpi| to the owner's death, and ,:,
threw: and\ ono-thlrd foundation of elected In ho most substantial I/ ,
the I
thereby duntroj Ing lus not bona used since. All the building, were
located. Just built und I 3
American plan. Centrally opened ; the hubs. Secure two U by ,1143 I Inch wooden pieces six: feet long Make itrengtli,:: by building up the constitution\ furnished, and very llttlo of the furniture has over been ured. There are two t 'I
l thiv and table. Hot and Cold Water
season. Fine cooking /good n mortise one-half an Inch deep In euctlece and nsslstingnuttte In doing! Its work rteslan wells, twenty cisterns conneotcd, with newer eta. '1.1 1.1Iy

Batha Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All 1)I fur enough from the end to allow I'lie proprietors have so much faith !In The property cant the original owner *|xxO) ) ) mid will bo sold.! at a sacrifice, lit
that otter One
reach about two Incht'sPllllt Ita curative they
the stick to powers 'rue above out fairly represents( the propnt.y. \
at end of Hundred Dollnrs\ for any also that It :
of the wheel one
street oars: pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.r per day. the rim Hend i for list of testimonies For pllrtlel\lnrlll'l'rly to or address' w
cart when the axle la lu place In the Tails to cure K/KA K. HATCH. D. I.. (JAULDK.V:: WM. A. WARXOOK: ,
To
\ F. .J. Cheney & Co. ,
ils. Address ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. notchen.'' Secure the axle in place b) I"do. O. Sold 1 by druggists 7r>o. Hall's 'uretakvr) on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, t 4. ,
Iron clips held by screws or bolt Pin 1 rigidly I'llls\ nip" the bust. J Knit: Ualllc. Kloi" .Ida. Tlttisvllle, Kla.: .''Rm"OIx.1'r..
In a croHsplece at tint end( of the st.lcki

SEAnltl I'Zg.e For the hlllld;... At equal' dlstanca fron - !

the axle on curb Hide nmko u one bonehalf f"f"r 4. i it

,Inch mortise in each piece ol

the curt f runic. Bet upright wood i

ifi e Clarendon Inn SEABUEEZE: :, FLA. )oats one foot high In these mortlw" r :

dud fasten the aide and end board. tc .

the uprights by screwa.
OPEN THROUOHOirr TilE YEAR In tile Illustration the end and hot I

tom: boards ore broken !In a couple of / t
Faint 'III'| sea.; Entirely remodeled, refurnished and under new (manage"m Unccft to explain the manner of Hettinj..he "

Best Northern Service Special rates by the week and,for the season uprights, etc. The bottom Imards ''; '
crosswise to the b"uwIanlsprve
screwed
arendon (Inn buses meet all trains at Daytona Station. Address the Daren- ire
'J'lie
to keep the frame 11011<1. A NEW INVENTION.Recently
''D l,,-Httbree/e, Florida E,. L. POTTER, Prop. .
handleay
C. II. KNAPPE, lIlr. ".
..- Rt the top by easily made vtooden 01
-- -- ---
Iron spring catches. A !nand led a little '
World.
Over the
Patented .all
OLD SKAIIUKEZK, OOODALL, FLA.ie ihorter than the distance of the axle

from the ground la attached to the tart I

the other end to keep the cart from

e Seaside Inn OLD SEAIIKEEXE, tilting when not moving. I.i The ..Walton 1''

UOODALL, I'. O.Is ,.
Ilajrlniv Toola."The .

t under, the management of the Bcurclty of hand labor on the I' "
now open for the summer season, '
arms of the middle went has hastenedhe Self-Locking Tackle Block.
"'IJlI. HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome und new, situated on adoption of the Host Improved \.

!!>'ivtonu lioach; the hotel Is. modern In ;all Its appointments, with large; I uethHls Ui. handling; the large Maids of Miidn In various shapes ,nail 1I11:1I, of .

n" pleasant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite eating's ''In huy Rural DUll RTiiln New" Yorker.Hays nn Illinois"The farmer farmer WOOi.| fIOS'antI HltON'XK. Will I II r

""
HORACE F." STEWART:: Owner nod Manager.JENSIN. i utter bars six seven und sometimes wire' rope. '

hiLt feet In length changing the sickle Will work at any height upside; down '

for a sharp one three uud four times 't horizontally:: or at any angle, and will\ IT\ .'

itch day. On this machine he ones at..alD sop and lock it any pulntl t 1 ,'J
(
-- wel"hlntrom 2.4OO to 3,00(1 ---1 Invaluable for every kind of bnnloum

] JEVSEV, FLA. onml! Following the mower he uses J
PTCPn:. IIOTEL where a block Is needed, frequently Having I
('entorotl'Ineapplelsolt. Ii "I 1 do delivery huyrake, which thrown ,}
the labor nl one man or more.Nothing
With the Bide
be bay Into windrow .
1.- UNDER NEW MAXAOEMEXT.thi' 'D11: lellvery rake be may travel around an like It for hanging stretch- 4"' I

'"' 'alC8t beautiful grounds. Near Into lands, aecordag lug when IAddrosN
.. locution on Indian River. Large, entire lipid or cut It ? I
T'I' ',[, fiae Fishing and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters and to the size and shape of the Inclo- i all communications t< ,the'
*" ::" reserving rooms, will receive prompt attention. u'' tl # j ,
are .
JptlX S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. "The bay loader In then attached tothe ; ll Walton Self-Locking Block Co .

--- and the driver, generally aboy. If I B { I
-- wagon i
-- -- -- (Incorporated.) l
r
WEST ALM nl',\CII. covers the windrow In driving f Otllco And War"room, 401 Atlantic Ave. ti I W ,Ii;
the bay Is delivered from the load. ill'' '
IInd
the load where a man 1 ; .., .I i i l I ;I Near Iiow's Wharf KleVuted: Station.k .t 'lt j v ;
to '
In the rear .I I
fir I *
I I ; II 1
it evenly over the rack. When I ,, BOSTON! MAHS.. + I I lll lllrr
-lairs 1 I l
i
PARK C
COTTAGE WEST\ PALM REACH, VI.J ..\ loader In detached and Igsl 1 Ilf P 41 I S ;ikI
Hided the buy i .' 1 -- -- I IdI r I
used on the next wagon. Aa the wag- I u r I Sample Klockii can be seen at the AitVOCATB I f" i I
over the windrow and col- office Tltimvill;und at the tore I, .
ppn. Under new management. on;eta passes the bay the side delivery rake S v ;y I ,n______ I Iilil, jI! of $: n. HubbardA: (so., .lackAf>llyllle. +I'BI' VIII iplllil '
.
throwing toward the Call; and nee those block working tThe'following '
Overlook Lake Worth. gain pussies "

enter, when another windrow U form out(of bundrpili, are alum pI" of the tentlmonla 1I received I by the Walton lf-Looklnjt/ Block Co.* ,
tent' Rates, $2 to $i.5! <> per day. 'd, and thin repeated until the entire : Illuclmtono Mtrccr .I..n.Jan ItI, 1003. f'WALtl

Special Weekly Hates. lield U cleared.fork I 18 used at the barns Inonnectlon .', .f.r/-Kr'i i Iron. .-a I'n. .. the irantlc l working of yuiirMlf-lix.-lilnic" tanklo bloke, whl." we otitntnm! fromotf.
The bay It.ll ill i mV'.i rn |iu>iitr .
with the track carrier 11'11tem. ) \\'.>nll, nay w4 1uvttn MRS. IDA IJ. BRUXER: Proprietress MolMxx-kliiic. lilork. a pretty *... tteatan.anditemth.InMtr.IIAIMae.Ihe.IIII.l l l 1 -k.ofWi.ktn.IwetiseC.war
allows the farmer to barest to know trial at liuit w. hav* fotiml what we have for ,.ar.
This I. a great lYiv.ntloti. amt w.art fctauto: |hoe. ynn tbln n' :Ire. and more than ptoanwl 1
Urge field of bar with a email beelJlbn.tlnlC, for. You can OM tbl> notli:. in .any way or." I'I..Yours... Iroly, J. UUN"CAX: CO.W.<f' .
very
NEW VOKKMarlborough orce. This is the method used when

the farmer does not stack his bay In Iriif .'.Bl..nnK O t
Bl .
.1. lirkl blnrki, with 10 fitt nf rof r,anil yu allied ni at
H king
Heidi Where the large neld of
tel the Ifalfa are Barrelled and tacked the the time am ui 1It1..11'.n'rtfiort to lb.am cunipiny wary mn If.1 h fonnil|il.ai>..thru il with eat tl InfartorY.I xu> and Unit. Ui. bl..'ka Jn.t ,IIIJIC.II th..tini. and In ...t7 plr" >r.. Tt *y ai. certainly what *v..

ame method Is practiced except these .r, man in.ed., who ha.any nao for block., &It the* ..>*)ttina nd Your laknr.truly IIhlc., ,..... U jour J'. P. nowEI.T.,

of the bay loader ana the wagon, I).al""r loOraln and Itnlld..I'IIJ1VU.i..pon., N. If.i .

of which a lure weep, with t
In place
I/1j/ Broadway 36th and 37th Streets, :SEW YORK. at each end la need and load1 '\ '.-"LTnHM.rr- >Mki>i4 PUICK Co. IVxton, Man.. tit. and havethree a fair t..t and
If.
hone .. wit* to Fbr-
Con- one traTlawrft-WI poreha.,1;} of vou' tt of.lx Inch ..If.l..kll..,tarklo? blnrk rof .
iyAmerrlcoo and entirely with electric HehU.personal l from the windrow It Ia driven towlrd am well< plra...d with the wnrklnir., of tfi.. hlnrk. In many can** M".. and barrel ran. to easily! handled wltliont. a*...iad. man. Tlivy. \lo..O.Dtl' t Ir
the -kivInournor.
under af ,and .nh
>
European; and la managed na.d or Mn fur bufilllnc bavy w .llI'bt.
areanmsI.rtoaoythicaw.hav.aver
plan on a dump 'They
I1\Ptnl the tack, deposited ar na """'I. ItOwKtt; WHARI' lK'IVIttir OMIANY,
) the owner. the suck." rev W. '1'. KXIOHT, Traaiurar, 8oste..
to
E. S. CROWELL Manager, and theses


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 18. 1903. -

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----- UNIVERSAL LANGUAGE. Graham Ccflncorpor I r *\.1.1I

SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. Robbins & c. S. SCHUYLER. A. ,,.. .*".
"-S '!II.I. ,.
-

r The Board met Monday rooming Sept. The universal language will soon Tbla I be t l.) I I JE".N -
that of English-speaking peoples. SCHUYLER & WILSON
J. E. Fultz K. N. :
7th 1H)3.!' : Present that will mark the I PAID UP CAPITAL ':l .OOO.oo. ,
and R. E ;.Mlms, Kecretsr I* one of tbe change:
e Tbe Andrews Chairman being alwmt )[r. J. J E. 20th century, and all which It Impllt,. I This company own I. TITUSVILLE. FLA.
I
will be left to our children to reallzi
Chairman
choneo pro-
Fultz was duly heretofore been the dlpl< s
e French has =.JAN'I FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
tern.
read matlc language, a* Latin was for reiturles -
} of last meeting were ,
The minutes the In whit Rivet Country; On the St.
Indian
The Treasurers repo lrt and Is to-day tongue la the
-- """"'w"aIIWp( and approved. IIH)3) was r ecclesiastical communications are mad River and on Da1 Representing Leading Insurance CompaniH-I
MOW RAnY 1 1I 1a for the month of August/ senior counsel I Lucie River; at New I.
CA.alr" and r..deemedwarraratll But Wayne MacVeagh
eoNRI..eMIM found correct
a Re.oRf 0/looo calved, read cancelled. for the United States, says it has been I Biscayne Prices to suit tbe time Business Solicited. Promp At'-i: 3n, .
duly
I UNIVERSITY COLLEGE A communication was received Irom I decided that English shall be spoken Send for Land Ll.t. We Will Appreciate Tour PatrunaueDEALERS .
The Hague Court in tbe Venezuelan aibltration. .
the sue
OF MEDICINE VIRGINIKx the County Board Treasurer to tbe calling ruling I of tbe This announcement is Dot I Offices at Tltusville\ and Miami Fix I
tlon of the 3 n 1t4 C .all2 n :
Venezuela rnigli
x MEDICINE-DENTISTRY-PNARMALY Court ID thecuseof Sa-IIOD- I surprising. Though _
Supreme
1 'CliNteT tc.b' aIlan. of Jacksonville vs. Diival com have been expected to prefer Hpanis I !
al Bank
....,,.. _ ty,.. that the Board of Couoty Coromlssoners I and Germany German, while the tradll I' East Coast Meat Markc
could not lawfully contract to PRY. Ions would require French the declslo E. L. :S .. ..D-Z ::a O
to use Koglisd may be taken not as a .
Interest on county warrants, etc. I' O. F. DUREN, Agent. IN
referred I 1 to concession England as a party to tbe I -

1 C (l; Ar the The Counsel the communication banks of with the which Board was arrangement who advise! l case acted, In but tbe to roll the of United peacemaker.States, whit There I a too: oQ' GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODQ

JKWKLKKh AND rjILVKKSMITHS: ,, that made to carry school warrant l Is a peculiar fitness la this decision. III I ...-. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAI"KK.KIIII: I .
been
had :::
effect following : tbe language of Baron d'Estournellen, i I It a. We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit th ..,.,.. ?
Street the /
41 West Bay be notified to :; rere. n
KI.OKIDA. "In view of the recent decision oftlbe was tbe United States which by Its firs I Write ns for prices on Grain anti all Groceries, delivered at .. + ,
JACKSONVILLE, Court In tbe case of the Nauoo-' and prompt resort to the Internationa ,I a wI' = E. L. BRADY; BRO. TITl'M f r'i 1 r. hlo\

Largest stock In this section of countr,; al Supreme Bank of Jacksonville vs. Duval soul Supreme Court in its difficulty with! :-

\Kstablisliod: in 1W.B.. tbe understanding heretofore bad, !Mexico saved the tribunal and gave I It I --

Send for descriptive catalogue/ ty that Banks cashing School Board Wa place and standing. It was Mr. Carnrgi: =a r* JDI
rants will be paid Interest at tf per ceot also whose gift: of 41,500,000 for a Peac I 0 s. VlOC JT\ii\VjJUJL

for carrying them, while the school fourhappens .. Palace at Tbe Vague gave: tbe latter tbe ; ,
BUSCH pending the collection material assistance requisite Its grea 6- rr -Dealer In-
be depleted
ANHEUSER'
.THE ,.. to role and assured tbe convenience, con .:::a.TITUSVILLE.
will\ be modified to t.bl.
of taxes, I = GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND YEGETAB
GROCERIES
Tbes
extent. The Board will agree with eacb fort and dignity of tbe court. FLORIDA ,

Brewing Asso's.raruoui I Bank occupying the position of a credi circumstances make it fitting that in thUrst Crockery Glass and inware. Tour Patron"n a vdlclaTITUSVILLE
i In' which five nations are
great case : .
of warrants, -
or through Its holding payment ;; FLORIhA.
or which has b en refused by tbe Interested the language spoken In AmerIca -
Ht. IxMlls Keg and HoC-. Treasurer, that 11.1911I under authority should be tbe official language of tbe I --

tied H<-..r. County by paragraph 12, Hectlo court. Tbe precedent set may or may; :
given not be followed la subsequent erbium- INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
Bold by M........ r. A. |>mler .n.1 212' Revised Statutes necessarily, pay Interest carried on boos but with the advent of America all .. r 1'
while ,
such warrants 1 TITUSVILLE FLA.
Vtotlnw, Tltna,llle,Kla.By and its 1 ,
R. t. of tbe Banks forbea a world power consequent grea .
consideration
Mr.. R.f.. Motlow,Conoa,1'1.. In them." enforcement of the standing of Englisl/( Leo III: prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. *pecui, atU
Inca to sue on proposition was receive: as tbe language of diplomacy, It seem is paid sacking for Yachts or for tardily use. Fair dealing I K, ,mv motto'

JOSEPH ZAPI and Tbe accepted following: probable that French must eventual! a Bess T. T. WETMORE Proprietor
1
At a meeting of the Board of Dire, yield to English Its long primacy tbo -- - -

e 11 tors held l'Iept.: 7th, 1tk1, the following vehicle of communication between state' x.rV'EEI.: : : : 'Y
STADL
Sole Agent, resolution watt adop"tt: men, just as years ago Latin yielded to ) if7 Tr-rUS'V'XLLEJ

I Ke* lved by the Governing Board 01 French rasa Rain 30ou. '''rj -
010 to fUO Wast Bay Streel and Library .i. .K.
Tltusvllle Gymnasium
the '
i .i AnHOclntlou, that It being apparent, that FEET SWOLLEN TO AXIMMKNS1;EHIZJo .''F.E1 AM) SALK y U'I '. : .r lIoR:
FLA. ;.. "( had trouble so bad thaI urtu
JACKSONVILLE, of the Association can bellt kidney 4aMSONN
the oblocts
: I could not work" J. J. Cox,of Valley .. R'' '. _
--- -- -- )> promoted In connection with the public i nays ...STABLES. )
a
1 zaOWr school In TltuHvllle. that In consldeiitlon : View, Ky., "my feet were swollen tll iher
St. 3L. at of the Hoard of Public Instructlojf Immense size and I waft confined to my; 0 BAGGAGE -l'KRK'

Hrevard county having agreed to erec bed and pbynlulauN were unable t.t i IIV8
tbe school lot wher rue any relief. My doctor finally prom TRANSFER, snit I iXllt'I:
Gymnasium upon Bribed Foley'ft Kidney Cure which mail eerrcdmr ,
the children can have the benefit of ph.leal > AIM NI CNr.l.
training, this Association doe a well man of me." hold by B. It. Wit n assfioeaYt. H A U LIN G, E: T C. t1 I limdl.

tinrcby give, grant and transfer to I be ion & Son, Tltusvllle.

laid Hoard of ('u bllo I Instruction all tbo eels. J. M. OSBAN & BRO.

Gymnasium apparatus, given to the Alovlatlon WEST INDIAN HURRICANE. 0> rITUSVILi.EBack:: of Geo. M. Robbins' office 'LORI

.t I Irpo by the Rev Jno. A. Hughen, .
WAI.KER & CO. .. -- --- -
BY JOHN: R. -- -- -
SOUl -- ---
I In -- -
valued, at some $:M> and the money contloue.l- I
amounting tli0.13 < ( from bait page.) Tltusvllle, Fla.
he; Association treasury
.
_
'> : and Lot I, Block 13, Titusvilleillnoil lilegul': drug store (which looks like I i a I --------- ---- -- Attention!

/ at $:JH( which U directed to be wreck), Fenton A Co undertakers, tin I GENERAL DIRECTORY. Special ]
lonveyed by proper deed executed by Sou1 hern Express office, and Dr. Burniiara -

he Piesldent of the Association In Ita Considerable damage was done to I

lame, to the said Board of I'ubllo In- most of these. Mr. Oruber's warehousi, t' 8. 8KNATOU8.: OIVKX TO MAIL ORDERS FOKHarchvare -

itructlon. The coal) to be put on salt, wee also partially unroofed and a grea J. raltaforrn. . .... .. JackionvlIU:
.... .. .. .. TenoacoUII. .
8. It.tailor: '.
lend shall be the Impression I of faceohe leal of damage was done ) ] Glasses
:
;: Tinware Crockery
CONGRESSMEN.toliertW.
:
which 1 III The Palms block suffered to a greater ,
Dollar
American Silver: Davis.. ... ...... .... ...Palatki ,
idopUsd\ as the corporate seal for the >r less extent, as ic always does In onus K.. M.Hparkman.... .... ......... .. .....Taiui.aVm. .
>urpose. mel storms. The tenants below all repor H. Lamar..... .......... .. .. ... Montlcel.o Harness and Stoves.
Fine Liquors Wines Beers lu carrying out' tbe provisions of thl lamago, the most serious apparently be U. S. LAND OFFICE.

Ales, Stout, Etc. tgreemnnt the Board entered Into con loltlo the Cottage City Pharmacy.The H. B. Tubb..Reglset.

ty Setxl mo your orders! met with T. N. Docker to elect a suit Seminole block suffered heavily W. il Kohlnunn,...iainevllle..Flnrltla..ItacelveiOttliHH sVOur Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prom
,
TITUfWLLK and CJCOA FLORIDA able building for use as a OymnaHlunin 2. A, J. Oilpe's jewelry and clIl.l..llliy"tore at(
.

u 1'I the In TltuHvlllo North Kast, for corner the sum of the of schuoot Three >laHtorod looked coiling hard.came Two-third down. and of the tilt remainder 1'::.. II.. l Joiunt,lml KUJKIDAr.
AV Richards hUII.II'ed and Sixty iloilars. will have to) come, down. In one DEPARTMENT.ITm. .
Harry
The following. bills wereread am of the show cases the jewelry was under Postoftice Box 212
I ..lenuinn. ....... .... ..rJovotnow.
nasal fur payment as per Hilt of item vater. 11 1.. Illlllei's Ice cream parlor II. Clay rrmwfonl .... .. ........,,1'1'.1 StaMV .
and .. .... .. Treasurer. Florid:
HTITAHT, KLOIUUA /.oil expenditures : ins u dilapidated appeal duett, V. "'"ou. Titusville, -
H. Vt hltnalr). Attorneyieneral
has done amH
Illlller\ what the storm
Comity tk'lKMil unit. says :.. : Tlll.hc IiiHtrurtlon I .
>, X. Hlmut' Hiipt. . .
Marine Dock. 'Bui'linm') wlarluo .. .. .. ..'.lino him Is a plenty. \lr'l 1.1. Mcl.ln. .. .ComiulMlunitr AK'luiilture -- -
Dry 't'1 Ion.. MII.t.lnr, May: .. .. 7H 0IN ', The nearest approach ton total .. A I..neC. ('room. . ... .... Comptrollor, .
Ier.llemanti mlm..age H nK .,.CIIRurdlt.Foster. .. ..Ailjumntdeneralohn .
Amlrewn. IIIII.. ... ..... iM'ovoit 40 without being ono. Is 'the Troplc.il .... .. Summer
Mftcblnlxt 1111111'114'1": and tun Fitter Kiilu, .per diem snit KK .' lira Ifurd. (iurvejor-ieneral Seeds For Crops.
the
bulldlolThe roof is all glastn .
011 gone
( & lUic-kK News |>nli, tliiHiinlul I..t. : : K. K. 1I..e. .. .... State Chemist
-AI-((+u".I' turf .'ohn Huiiry. ty|>Bwrllliit mln for pub 2: 10'II the lower front blown out, signs down,, OHIie at Tallahaaime, Flurlila.
.. .. S &fI
.L II: Mlinn, poets, *'Iao cap! > (rt, exp 111\1I oorns tloodod machinery drenched CI\H- Bfl'ltKMK: rilfRT .H'/)(nSM. ___ ______ ____n._ '

f Chas. A. Sliellngor Jiisnllne Kn: inoo.Kuglne lorliln Star.,Hiirvoylnic, pig put lot no au. .. .... SOI Oil filled with water, stock soaked, and a I.IIMiliry..filer.. Ju.tlre.II.crier '
J II Krle .. .. .. .. .. Annoclale. Jumlce.K.Taylor rhiif.iI', '- *Inte>t .
.
3amonion eneial though a hurricsnead Beans Velvet Beans Peanuts,
fur Millet.
I MMInm, clerk : "; appearance an : borghuma, Soja ,
l; Itvp.iirlng H Spvclulty Bt trruniillii I t.rt. : ': -; l :21,. wn e bad. ". .... ... .. ... .... "
/ I. It lHic k.r, on m-oniuit 1"r..llnjCSof. ... iiim' U.1vSwainhatnlingfurniture struck it, aliloole"c\\ It ...blown RAILROAD COMMISSIOXERfl.eirernoti Beggarweed; clean. _____.___ _
.. II 411 The old"hupjnint" building
' :Send SI. Catalogue, It NoJJ II. Hrowne, chairman,.... Key Went :
imp IE.A
._. .. wnln Dritwilj,:Iniiilmr I for .". .". .:': IIV I 47'*' town, and all the boats on the lake front Iliianm Hurr ... .... .... ...Little Rivert.Uryan c<> Al
----- ---- \ Hall.uyplle.. for No 3U : three have been sunk, and some .. .. .. .......Kisslmm.eO .
... u 1111 . .. .. \IIII/ except ... Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful. Black Unknown, Ladyfiu er"
m Stewart .... ... .....ManUonlfeaoiiiarteri :
1'SrvRld
Ixinn clerk .
wrecks.Ilucklen's R. .
II> K Hull UlHir W .... .... ...... T ttm!tinA .ro total and otnoen at TallahaM4. Kla. Clean Bright Stock; Lowest I'rlces. Conch Peas, 3c; her 'II|i

E. Vcsoy Hall I. A(J IHtlmur I..k. ,olMt.fIrra frton for furniture Not .NoO. ". .... .. 28K IW CIRCUIT COURT. peck; 425: bushel
i .rravie(4Cosu' pllefor I No 4 '. .. till 7'II :,': Arnica Salve. llnor H. Jones Tituavllte..1'IntuitTudge 1 Poultry Supplies, Stock "Food Insecticides, Garden Too.s Fertilizers.L.
= lliil>I lmr.l <. Co.hlnicm: f' No4 .: :. Sixjut ,' J. I). HeicK*. Orlanilo ...t'rnsecutingAthrney.
.: l-il Lumlwr tt Sup| Co, sundyaop U4 7Jf Has world wide fame for marvelonnures. WprlnKTerm -Fourth Monilay I In March. CAMERON, The Seed Store
wrmnn for No 34 .... H 71I salve lotion : form Fourth:; Monday.In: o-t<>ber.' FU
> KiiMty. It other Kail -
:: ::: surpasses any JACKSONVILLE
'I K Hull:::. lno t pr. rNo2l; I. 171'wlc 114 East Bay Street. -
Inhor a for01. ... Mix ointment or balm; for Cuts, Corns, BREVARD Cl lA) > IY COURT.
Boatbuilder revsrd lilxnn Comity awe taxpoiiH iMDk frt Inu ex. It 7- (urns, Bolls, Sores Felons, Ulcers A. D.Fenney.. .. ..... ......... .County Judge __ n

., .J::,niicrlor n I linker Mfic, Iwlnnnft O). bUcklMmnU tililK i No all No. .4... ......... !l'JII IU 0H 41< 1'etter, Salt Itheum Fever Sores, Chapped >.. L.Oanleen.IToseeuting A.Stewart: ::::: ::::. .County!; Attorney r ClerkSpringrsrmSecnml j :

(] Hulinyler' Insurance ....... .... ..... MM/ > Hand Skin Kruptionu; for piles. Monilay\ In May.
I i II: K VIlinn,Jr. T wiiKonn for haling pupils'' HHft rug- Bummer Term-Hwond Monday. In August CARPETS.My
RDen.er&Sun. In full forwrit 4n2..7.0NI Fall Term- Hecoml Monilay In November.
g
UfCOUUIANA, FLA. h K Iiurnn, frt on furniture No il ... ....:. 84 lAt. Winter l' nu-Burontl Monday February
'r N Iwi'kiir, iHt pnyiuton Rjrinnwiliini.... IJft (XHM COUNTY 8CIIO
t >clsl Tax Boliool Dlst No I.W HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA.The .
... ... .. I 211 R. E. Mina Superintendent.Ionaventnre
II Bliurpn, Innjiector.. i ..'tloa ., .... 1'FK Meinl.ers: J M DIxn.ehalrmen.Tinrevllle. ;; ( Fall Stock Arriving Daily
Bros.AU A N M lhe". Andrew, Cocoa J K: .ulta.Spntcetlnff.COUNTY .
.. It. S. ; |
Hodgson .. .
I:; Hwlinon clerk .. I ila Hotel Royal Toinclana, at Palm
,.i W.llohJlyl..r. .. ... .. the tourist hotel la the COMMISSIONERS.!'\ !'\ Than Ever
U largest
.. lto'\oh. More New Patterns toShow
OALLIE INDIAN R1VKR KLA. T II Humlmt. lnni| ..ntor .. .. I 211M.nded. I the J. R. Walker, chairman Tltuavllle; John It.MI..t. .
'l (] . .. I :IIIr. rorld. It was first opened to public Indtanolai' A. Conkllnir, Tlllumn: John.
Marine Itailway.Qanersl f K Hnhn iclnm.httrweln. :: :: .. 121 lu 1S')4.) It then container IJ'.t rooms, .Jnneii, Hell, White < Ity. Regularsalons
: : .: :::: 1 'r. ii'tii:;: :
t additions have since been made. each !
monto.
Monday In S
Two
are
.. .. .. .. ... i \ xwc -S 1 :13UC -
Murchauta ami Sblp Clinndlers. ''f It O lloKnn 1'Btermon, clerk .. ... ...... I 31u. U has I.OtlllgueMt rooms; Is O34 feet, or 11REVARI) COUNTY: orFlCERa. Sew
..Special: Faolll tllJa.. ft F 1..I.I".r..or. ... I early thiee-slzteentha of a mile long; Iseveral A. D. Penney, Tirn.vllle.County; Juilg Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season in sizes from OxJt toixis
.J W Hal, overpayment of tax .. .. ..... 411 In the din. In flan.ilan, Tltnavllle; Prime Alt1*. Smyrna Mf
stories main
aRerPub ling Out, Htorlug and Repairing OAChnra i Halary . .. .... ... .... .... M elSpeclal height; A. Hlewart,Tltusvllle: : .:..:.(:bunryClerk I Tapestries, New Body Brussels New Wiltons, New '
Tax ",'h.onl Ulst No 2.'FSndtb Inlt room covers two-thirds of an acre J. K. Woolen,C,"'?.... .. .Tax AitnesAor.Tax Hock l Is the largest. My prices are the lowest Mattings, I'molu''JTortlcrs
Yaclits and Launches.Mention and will seat l.tHltl' persons. When open Y.. W. H.UI.Tltil"vlll" .. ,. .. CollectorTreasurer
... ..
.
R lusHM'torelMitlon.|.. .... I I tta It has 1,100 employes. The pay roll for .' hum Henry, Tltusvllie, . Shades, Cocoa Mats, Rubber Mats Bath Room Mats

the ABVOOATS when writing. .It. Wlllluiimiin II Miller, ..... .... 121: laBt season amounted' to fWO.MIO> ) ; the .K... E.:. Fries Minis,,Tltiitvllle IVmaventureo. ..County Supt. llib.Surveyor.P. In.". Squares BarWill be glad to send samples and quote prices
... ..,.
t" HrtlM ,in,clerk h. 121v COlt of provisions& wan over $;JOO! .OIK) and J. BrnwnTlpl.vtlle.. .. ... Sheriff

Some Special Offers emotion,{ I:llall.ovsrpayiut I ifalsrlee. ..of. ..tanas... :.::: .::::: IM 4 ocHpmlst fll moro than 2XX() ( tons of coal were burned. W.B. Norwood Tttusvllle .Re>Istratlon Officer

Tax School Dist No 3. Ir. Fred Hterry: the manager so far as TirUSVILLK:: TOWN COUNCIL. :H-: : CZIARK: :

.. ... osslble, purchases his supply vegesbles A. Van marshal and
Bitulion HulsrlM\ ... .... .... 1-M rtflpmUI r. Front mayor; Worley
The botel ... collector It. E.: Minis, Jr.. cleric and treas.er .
and Truck from the home growers. x Y
The Florida Fruit Grower Tax Hcihonl' Dllt No. 4 .
.,. (\
*be uew monthly Journal devoted especially T..d..r. tlalarl"l .. . . .... .... .... 38 Ot grounds cover about :.!IM) acres and are 'I r. A.; Morgan John. "' Henry, L. A.tax Brady annewior, P.J.; Hall R.and Walker J. L., 27 WEST FORSTTH ST. . JACKSONVILLE.The

to the Interests of tile fruit sod veg- There being no further business the Ule most elaborate of any hotel grounds (.arruth..... counrilmen The council. meets .
,table grower of the State, Is publishedat ard adjourned to meet In regular ses- ID the United State It Is the propertyf ant TII..dayln..b. month. --- -- -

Ocala, at $1 a yoar. Single copies loo. lion Monday rooming Oct. Oth, UM) >;.i. l'tIr.llenry Flagler; who i.the own.r TITUBVILLB BOARD OF TRADE.O. .
for a limited time a nix: : month. trial of seven of these Immense hostelries M. Robhlns,iiraslrtent. ; M. Dixon treas- Best is Found the Cheapest.
Hast, Meots second Wed\
er.J.U. secretary.
at different points on the East Coast of
will be sent to new subscribers -
ubscrlptlon istlay nlicht In each month at their room
for 3.1: cents. Or both the Fruit and KILLED BY ELECTRICITY. (lorlda.) -Homeseeker. FREE: AND ACCEPTED MASONS.

Truck Grower and Semi-Weekly Times Indian River f.aige, Vo.DO.holds Us meeting.a.evop WRAP
Union for "..2Or: with the Thrlce-a- T. Y. Iltinnlcutt. a brother of J. B.unnicutt Sealed IIUN Wanted. and: fourth Friday evenlnn of each UNITED PINEAPPLE
Weok World of New York,both one year a well known and popular onth, at their lodge. room, Indian River. how I IT:3ii
lit : n't'iock. p m. J. L. Can-other, W. M.;
for *1.23.: inductor on the Florida East Coast Sealed bids will be received by John r.. A. Morgan$ec'T.ORDER .

L, J. BUUMBV, Pub. OcaU, Fla.TITUSVIULE'S Hallway, met his death In the storm at 1\, Walker chairman of the Board otounty or EASTERN: STAR.rrlendahlp .

Tampa In a peculiar manner. Itunnlcutl ( Commlsslonera of Breyird county Chapter No. 11, holds Its meetings i iIn Arc the Best. Ask Neigh
TRAINS. Wall a motorman on a cable car and attempt.eo.l until noon of October Btb, ItMKl, for the Masonic (each a room. Tltusvllle, on. the your
wire which had -at Tuesday In month atajno'clock: : p. m.i
to a
remove
Board :
the following shelling. The re- :id the third Tuesday In each month at T;.34$
The following are the times of arrival town across the car track. It I"ov..tt tobe srves the right to reject any and all bide Block p. m. The..following. are the 011\"" ... oft WE MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS.
aid of trains to and a live wire and he wits lata .\L!! bids to be by the cubic yard .or carload Ind LreCanuthen R. Wilson worthy matron;
departure passenger
ed. The ooo.\uctoror\ the oar, who went 1I1r..J. worthy natron; Mlar Kate
Crow itusville: : llterl.Aso Matron Mrs. M. A.Hcrlmireoar,
to his assistance, came near sharing the Road from the north boundary of the ", Mr. J. M.winrataryi Dixon.Treasureri Mrs.
IIOI1TllltOl1l1P. ame fate, as be was badly shocked. of Fort Pierce towards St. Lucie Jqllll. Kline Conductress. ; Muss/......1.IIwn.A. ,
Li.?.. Tltuevllle for Miami and I S.M P m wn .......Oond's.) Mr*. O.... W. Soobie. Ada; M,.. For Tomatoes tlJ-
InMraieillkt* polnM .! I 10:M pea aDd Viking. Shell to be spread In the J. L. Carratners. Ruth; Mrs Uw N. Robbins,
aofTw Oe11D.twaeTlttevlll. What Is Life? rut. 6 Inches thick ither: Mrs. r. A. Morgan, Martha Mlsn I Aleph
for JkohMinvlll t:13 s m Road from Narrow to Quay crosslo Im*. Elects; Mrs.: John R. Walker. Wander;
I In the last analysis nobody knows, butwe Mr. r.A. Chaplain M... T. T. Wet-
si 1 .14 m Morgan ; Pap
: and 5 Inches
InMruwUlaM polnu p feet wide
and
hell to be spread 7 .UNITED
do know that It U under strict law 100re. Sentinel; Mr.Chas. U. Walton, Marshal.Kxpeft D Vegetable
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Ttn..lll'" for 8 nfort 1101I. thick, from river across fill at marsh.
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Arrives Tltuavlll.trtu8raford\ U8ay.m: : A bane that law even slightly pain JODY WAI.KIR,
Mults. Irregular living moans derange.ent Typewriter Uepairlng.
Chairman Board Co. Com
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OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-. of the organs, resulting In constlatton customer.
Liver trouble. Dr. Oliver standard One trial will make you our
ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In usa Reattach or Typewriters .IBI.ble. to I
by boat owner In the United States. ;ing's New Life Pills quickly readjustUls. Dra7111g. being adopted by all leading houses If BRAND of Papers wile '

Price $-&.(H) and $t.OO each, at the A rVOOATB Its gentle yet thorough.; Only :23c iroughont the country only 503 part. your dealer does not handle UNITED

office, Tltusvllle Fla.JIT' at I all drug store Draying or hauling of all I inds prompt. a>ralnst over 1500)In an v other typewriter PAPERCO..,
Iy attended to. Meet all trains. Busl.ess keep It In repair as long M you own It, UNITED

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Reading pegs A
oMa ttv. cents per line per week. heap at this office. Vr. B. KXOLISH' TUusvllle. Fla. OUTHERX OFFICE, -






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