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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 2, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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L.a7. NO. O. n-- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,-:FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1DO3. PRICE Co. ,?::,' .j



HAVE YOU SEEN THEM P The R.R -A communication from Eden Is unavoidably OUR LINE of MEN'S PANTS, SHIRT RAILROAD EXTENSION. AMONG THE HOTELS V4 .,

LOCAL NEWS, Men's Newport Overalls They are crowded out this week. J It Neckwear, etc., is complete. Give Ult -

: the best. J. R. Walker & Co. will appear In our next Issue. a trial. .J. R. Walker A Co. Mr. E. Ben Carter, dust engineer of The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all ;i: J

I Topics of General Interest -Mr. W. S. Brannlng, agent for tbe -Mr. Nils Kasrounsrr, a promlnei -Mr. ]0:. I.. Brady Is looking forwar tho Florida East Coast Railway, whspent the best hotels In New York city. :' ;U

celebrated Oliver typewriter, sold one of citizen of Grant, was In Tltusvllle yoste: to a big crop of oranges; this winter anl, several days In Miami the pIMtwoek Where to stop along; the East Coast. '.
Colonel: Me
THE ADVOCATE those excellent machines this week. day and gave the ADVOCATE a pleasat Is having his packing house enlarged.Mr. Crlmmons In consultation and Engineer with Kroone, Mahl See list\ of hotels on puge 7. II-:. .,

1.30 per annum In advance.. -Mr. D, W. Monroe, who hag span call. L. R. Decker Is engaged In makIng that track laving on the Florida Eat The ADVOCATR Is on file every week .,' ';2
1100 six months the past week In Jacksonville, St. Aug FURNITURE, FURNITURE. We can an addition to Capt. P. Nelson'residence Const Railway's extension- towards Cap at the American Club, Havana." ""

JOO: per an. to foreign; countries.: ustine and Lake City, returned to Titus please you. We meet all outside competition In South Tltusvlllu this week Sable will begin October fills 'l'hejtl'mt. Hotel" cost *1 .
ville on Monday.KEMEMBEK and pay the freight. bend us -Mr. and Mrs. )*. E. Puckett win i Ing and trestles completed to a point and A "Religious 240 rooms especially for 'I,..'

Reading notice ads. are ten cent E. A. WAD DELL, Ml your order. J. K. Walker A Co. have been living In Cocoa since last Anrll '- near the new town of Terrine 'Thl,.. the month containing, religious traveling public Is anew '. ,

ice on tbls page. am), Is the man to go to. if you wan -The large house of Mr. Geo. lot. have returned to Titusville to resld makes "nearly seventeen also said miles that of he new line piojvct. at Indianapolis, Ind. It will "
of Grove Plantation Robbins, on the Point, has been rented In future. giade., Mr. Carter bar billiard and card
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady : a good Pineapple or up authorized the of eleven mile bo without or room, ,
rn vi'lle 1 to, on Sunday, Sept. 27th, 1903, Vegetable Farm. by Mr. W S. Norwood It last,Saturday.Mr. who" wit. -Mrs. W. N. Uendry, of Fort Pierce, more, and< that the building work would be begui playing will not bo allowed, r'
moved into
9-potmd daughter.. -Mr. Carl Knappe, who has been man his family, is expected to arrive in town today, for. npon this at once. This brings, ; the TOa.1 St. 1.011111111 to have a 1,201)-room hotel

WADDELL, MIAMI, real estati ager of the Clarendon Inn _Seabreeze, G. L. Sapp and family, formeil a visit of a week or so with her daughter to the north end of Long Key. He ha for the World's Fair visitors U will '
', has some choice bits of rea during the past summer, Qlalt gone to of Titusville but now of Miami came up; Mrs. A. D. Penney. also Instructed his engineers to survo; cover 14 cores of land and have a frontage -
her' sole. Call upon him. New York on a visit to Tltusvllle Tuesday. Mr. Sapp returned LADIES, ATTENTION I IOuI' fall stool and locate the roadbed from the uortl of 2,500/ feet. One can Imagine for
are tor to Miami Wednesday night!: but his i of hats, trimmings, etc, are now 00 end of Long Key to the south end. When', oneself! what size the dnnzllng diamond "
Goldsmith of Titusville
\lr B, P Pitchford. of Waveland, -Maj. M, family will be here for a couple of week display' Have a look ; a pleasure to the roadbed Is completed to the north In the shirt front of the cleik will bt,.
and left here Monday for Fort Pierce, when
week ,
this ,
In Titusville visiting. end of It will a dlstanci '
vinltor Long Key cover
he subscribed for the ADrs he went on a visit. to his son, Mr. M. F show thom J. R. Walker & Co. from Miami. Thtrack.luying Mr. A. R. Wood, a well known hotel ;.
e in,town Goldsmith, for a few days -Mr. E. V. Blackman: and mghter -Capt. James' Prltchaid returned las of twontyeightmllea from Miami to Peiitne will min, was recently met In Boston by anAovocAfK
,Miss Belle, of Miami, were passenger" 1'elrellolllathe.Ir.! wood
of the Mote -Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kline and Uttldaughter SUurday' from his outlug at Lltlil; be n short job, and within the next few :
Humor G Munson, on 'I'ueRday'Rllurthbnund train, en lout hold the of room clerk at the
.
;r Ga. and can again,; be found ftt will position
Springs, Grove and Cutler
Miss Leon. who h.tvo: weeks Cocoamit
visitor In Titus spec Belle will
where Miss
Sanford, was a to Winter Park, Indian Hive Ht. James hotel, Jacksonville during
vD, the prexldeut's desk In the the outside worM,
Uond.i, nnd gave the ADVOOATI: the past two months In New York, re be a student In Rollins college!' duilni, State Bank.Mrs. be uounnoctod with the years IH'H' \ 11)00\) and 1001() ; at Hotel prJ,
turned to Titusville on Mouday. with bands of steel. The prospective!
a pleasant call. the coming term.A Breakers, Palm Roach, during tho winters
and Ilenrj -Mrs. Robt. Gl.idwln and children, of W. 1.. Riley and two child rot building of the toad south hits chose of IIInl 1, 11M\ >:> and 1I" 8 lian.1; this summer
English has been
B of emploYt'lhere
W real businessbut
Jrellr. gang men returned to Tltusvllle last Monday and, front activity In the estate ,
Fort Pierce have been of Mr. am he has held a similar position at the
,10 bave consolidated their drayluem > guests by the F. E. O. Ky., this week exca to their househoU, when trains are running there will
thenarnllolten. Mis. 8 N. UUdwIn In Tltusvllle for the proceeded pack up Sea CHIT Inn, Nantucket! Rail. Mr.
Tltusvllle under the site of the oompauy'rar ; of
In eating on new and left here yesterday for St be a shut p advance In the price lealtj .
goods of friends allover \
circle,
I
home Wood has
Wednesday.Miss large
past week returning tank) a
of the
water
gush A scales. The roof Augustine where Mr. Riley now has his through that entire section. Tho homestead the United States, who give him a

Ira T D. Proctor, of Lake Butler, Grace Hood left Titusville las has also been torn down and a lower one< : headquarters. country Is rapidly tilling uplilldthero hearty greeting whatever he !C"..... He ;;
for Rollins Wlnte put In Its place. but comparatively few'1e"l1.
are
Cpllege
,d I her husband In Tltusvllle on Wed- Wednesday will ho at the Kvorett: house Broadway,
,
Mrs. J, T, Knox, who had been!' vie
now.occupying one, Park, where she will resume her studies Mrs. C. F. Lathamof Grant I arrive, able homesteads left In clone proxlmlt; and from (lothaus'
,;,and they are I ting her sister, Mrs 1'. E. Puckett, at of It l 'oksnow New York, for a while;
wish her to the railway right <
Miss Reed's lends way.
in North many every; ,
cu, M, Robbins' cottages; In Tltusvllle Wednesday and stayed over lie will to Philadelphia and oth..rplacoll
of go
in her school duties Cocoa, for a couple weeks camo alto | as If the railroad poople Intend U '
,rllle.oimly. success until Thursday morning, a guest of Mr TltuHvillo last Friday to visit her parents the all along the line trans oua visit with friends. Mr. ,taw
Judge A. D. Penny waa a -Mr. 'V. E. Vanlandingham, of Miami, !and Mis. J. A. Collins, when she wen Mr. and Mis. W, S. Norwood, foi give portatlon growers facilities In time for I hem to Wood's numerous fi'lends will again look ;

n southbound on Monday, goinjiml ; who spent several days in Titusville las' up to Turnbull. Mrs. Latham purchased a while before retaining to her home "t ship their fertilizers down This will for Mm at Palm Beach next winter.

I, where he is engaged in somi, week, left on Monday morning, for B,vltl- the Turnbull pet hoar which from Mr. F advertised 1\[. Wooten In, San Mateo. prove a great convenience, and one thai Work on the New Bioakers, at Palm "
,
matters lie expects to return t.Illo < more, Md., where he will resume his of the ADVOCATE was =The Florida East Coast Ice Co hai will doubtless be highly appreciated b] Beach, Is progressing rapidly and the big
to-day studies the Baltimore :Medical college sold its interest In the Fort Pierce I\nd those who have so long boon away from hotel wish bo ready lor occupancy by the

[ and Mrs! T. Roy Puckett and -Mr. Aloz. Vaughn, known as the -Miss Charlotte M. Palmer, of Hack- West Palm Beach Ice plains to tho East' such valuable assistance, In getting to first of January. There are now employed -
r. on Filday'i cattle king of Orange county, parse< ensack, N J, who, no doubt, will be re Coast Electric Light and Ice. of which and, from the markets with their prod on the hotel, between ((100( and 700
were
bound ion train passengers returning to Washing through Tltnsvllle, Tuesday, with a oar- membered by all of the old residents of Mr. Joseph Jefferson Is president. Tin, rota. 0 men, divided as follow..1:\:carpenters: A t tIt0carpenters

6! ,C where,:Mr. Puckett is employ load of cattle, en route to Miami, when ritusvllle and vicinity, arrived In Titus head offices of the company will be It The Invasion of that fine section ol assistants, lilO laborers, )
the Government, printing! office. he will open a wholesale slaughter house ville last Saturday, and Is stopping at West Palm Beach. country south of Cutler by the Iron horse :IK) plumbers, 18 plasterers, 41: painters,
the Mlms! house. It has been fourteei will certainly result In rapid settlement \2: electric wlrers, besides a large number I
,Joiopb Jefferson,the well known -Mrs. Geo. W. Scobio and daughter, years since Miss Palmer has been here, -A telegram was received In Titus and development, and before long we who am employed on the lawns and "I
,who 1M eo larlgey identified with I I Miss Merle, are expected, to arrive In and she contemplates staying about six ville Wednesday stating that Mr. W. P. may confidently expect that one of the grounds. The weekly pay-roll averages es'
Bench' has gone to Chicago and Titnsvlllo today, to spend the winter, : months. Giles and Miss JtlIal'lIlton\ both of Tltiisvlllu richest and most prowperous com muni- nearly 110,000.) The south )portion of the

places on his usual fall tour. Ills much to the pleasure uf their many -Mrs. J. B. 8CI'ellon and two daulth- had been married, In Orlando,, ties In Dade county will bo found them. hotel Is almost completed, being already!

Jr. bas, B.Jefferson, accompanies friends Adalineen(1 Klna forniei presumably Tuesday evunlng The plant, -----...- --- J plastered; the north portion la now under -
Misses ,
from Hu7zaid's Hay Mass. tern, of the young couple are not known, bu< roof and the plasterers are at work;
,
-The John B. Stetson University: at residents of Tltusvllle\ who have boot It Is believed they will visit Arlaula, returning A SURPRISE PARTY. middle will be under
whllo the
rI. C. I.. Wright, of Tltusvllle, and De Land, suffered a severe!' loss last Monday visiting,; relatives and friends In DeLani tr'l'irusvlliunext week Ttielt portion The boil-
Ihuford and two children, of Greet night, when Conrad Hall, the boy' for the past two months, passed, throng! lends wish them much happluesi roof liy the first of next week
many The Hemhlor Cottage last Saturday In position, and the big' chimneys
PIS are
their
1Vherdiscovered to
Springs) who had spent a week Ii dormitory nndestroyed by Hie. Tltusvllle on Tuesday en route .
{ and pronpeiity.Tlie evening, war the scene ol a merry time I fro all ready for use The work of ?
considerable
Palm Beach as the guests of Mrs the tire had made home at Miami: Mrs. Screven report
'it'i daughter( Mrs. Ii. L Brown, bend way, and all efforts to save I It' that Miss Kuth Wood ward' also u fornieiTitusville Henibler Cottagn Is now doing A few of the relatives, and friend of bps. plumbing, wiling. etc, Is pushed all the
oed l II'' 'lltuHville on Monday were of no avail. The building and contents rnxldent, Is now a student at' a nice business under the able management ; K. E. Kolllns were Invited around to lime, an.ll" thus kept qp with the balance -
totally destroyed.Mrs. Stetson University. Mrs Scievtn war" of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Memblwr. help celebrate the anniversary of her' of the work so that when the car
\la meeting of Indian River Lodge were accompanied to Miami by her nelce, Mist Among:; the recent arrivals are: K. S, birthday>1 a surprise to Mrs.! Rollins, penters have finished! It will\ only be a
'I', \I'I&!: A M., held In the Lodge -- Chas. B. Jelierson, of 1I0be'' Clara Quackedbos, of DoLand Nelson, W. J Cathcart, Jacksonville';;, The surly evening was passed, away bj short while before the whole buildingwill .
10 the Indian River hotel, Titus Sound, has had her summer home at i M. A. Brnnson, N. Y ; F, C. Cochrane.PaLitka playing various games; then the guests \ be ready for occupancy. TheAnvo '
taut Kiiilay evening, Mr. E. A. Sandwich, Mass, dismantled, preparatory i -Many residents of the East Coast, es ; II. E. Richards, Chicago and were Invited Into the dining room by ATE Is pleased to announce that the
,'lurnbull, was given his second to leaving for New York, on a visit! pec'ally Palm Beach, boabreeze and A. M. Rogers, city. It being so near the Mrs. A, J. Hem bier, whose she hail New Breakers will be completed In time'or
on the lodge goat, and displayed with relatives and friends, ere l*>avlnji : Melbourne Beach, will be pained to learn depot makes It very convenient for the spread, bountiful and tempting lunch the coming season, and that the now
ability. for the East Const of Florida. liar sister of the demise of Miss Cornelia Went traveling\ public who seem to appreciatethe : of which everyone partook to their structure will be more convenient and

line! I oulse of Mr, Miss Carey, visiting friends Ir worth, of Sandy Hill, N. Y., who will convenience, as they take quite a hearts duslie. The lunch ended by several gomfortablo than the old. t
Brown, daughter Hartford, Conn. Both the above ladlec her sister, Margaret, spent last winter IE little advantage of it. very original toasts to Mrs. Uulllns f
Hn. Wm. Titusvllle Plant and specifications for the new
Brown of
M. ,,, Glen Falls,
winter. Florida. The Morning Star ,
will be at (lobe Sound this and to Mr. and Mrs. Hembler; among
Wednesday,for Rollins College,,, I I N. Y., of Sept. 17th, says: "Cornelia, -Capt. I'. Nelson, of Perth Am boy,, tliosoof note would) bo given that of Mr. lining room of the Hotel Royal Palm, \
'Park, where she will be a student -Mrs. Chas. S. Scluiyler and twc eldest daughter of the late Rev. Dr K. N. J.. who Is now here with Ids family!! L, C. Brannlng's then withdrew Miami, havo bean prepared. The addition I'
.?tlie ensuing term. Miss Louise children, Master: Kail and Miss Helen, of Wentworth, died yesterday afternoon at at their pretty winter residence, took a to the parlor were they made will bo built by contract, and lion. 4 tJ

''it best wishes of her many friend Jensen, arrived In Titusville on Tuesday. Utica, as the result of a surgical opera party of friends out for a spin on the merry for another hour. At lOtiU: .) they John 11. Iteilly Is now submitting the
*r future success. Master Karl left, on Wednesday! for Jiol tion. Miss Wentwoitb WitS a young River, In his large launch, Hope the first dUporited, all congratulating Mr. andMn plans to the different local contractors.

Land !frs. Wm. M. Brown and tins College, Winter Park, where he goes; woman of lovely character, exceptional of the week. The boat has been considerably .. Sembler on being an unique host \t soon as the bids am In and the contract f
to resume his studies In that Institution had circle of friends widened and a cabin lilted over let the work will' be begun. The
and
children, Miss Louise and Master ability, a large nil hostess, and wended their way" homo
Who have spent the summer In :Mrs. Schuyler and daughter will visit inTitusville She was a devoted member of and an active her whole length, during the Captain'sabsence reeling that they had had a mom enjoy. new dining room Is to be built on the
Pork until the first of next week worker in Zion Episcopal church." North this summer, which able south aide of the Royal I'alm and con-
and Xew Hartford Conn. i evening
re-
before returning Jensen. Their many : makes her much more commodious; and leotnd with the present dining room by
toTltiisvllle last Sunday evening, friends are pleased to see them In town. -Mr. F A. Lesley closed his saloon with her set of double engines she easily m aruh. The building will be two storiesn
but one of makes, a speed of nine, or nine and a EXCURSION PARTY.To height
report a very pleasant visit Senator Dwight W. Tuttle expiration of the license year, and will half miles an hour.A >side there will be) a row of handsomely I
anda
north our New Haven, Conn.: subscribers, leave today for Jacksonville, where be larved Corinthian pillars, reaching to
owner in Brevard corm the Anlieu- letter received from Mr, dins. M.Rewves be given In house neat Wed-
mm .four, Rpoitsmen are already' large property will assume management of opera he top of the first story. Directly abo.etheae t
War park and from all accounts ty, has been appointed chairman of the .i ser Busch Brewing Saloon:: corner of of the World's. Fair, Hi. Louis, >e>ulay evening Oct. 7th. Each persons will bo another row. The celling
old' cern that- will, Choctaw Town site Commission, Indian Rrldga,; and Bay street. This Is an old slates that our item of last week airy supposed, to be an excursionist. The rill\ be of the .a"efoneral! character In
II' winter Messrs.game L. A. Bray and Territory, successor to Mr, J. A. Star established saloon and has been managed Ing that space could be had at the exposition : promptly at M o'clock' tbe old dining loom. The apartment will
of Ohio. Senator Tuttle has array for the Anheuer at *5 foot Is errone- rickets can be secured at ticket office In
Bail recently secured fifteen squirt rett, by Mr. Jos. Zapr, agent per square ave a seating capacity of 200 When 4
*' 'een them while others have ed at McAllater, I. T., and has been Busch Brewing Association. Mr.I Lesley ins The Exposition makes no charge be hall. Porters will see that all\ bag ompletod It will bit one of the handsom-

lit in doves, both of Which make sworn In. It is Maid that Inspector expects to commence in his new location whatever for space. The thought was KalCe[; Is safe. Hpeclal attention will be es' dining room. In the entire East Coast
eating Wright, of Muskogee, and others are gong on Monday next. Ills family will remain that It would coal *." a square foot for >aid to make a bitter tight against,; Senator In Tltusvllle for the present. Titnsvlllo Florida to collect Install and maintain the "excursion" you will be treated to tanager Merrill has had a great dltlloulj S
r Augustus' Pltou, New York'soenl Tuttle holding the above lucrative will regret to lose Mr. Lesley and his Its exhibit. This expense Includes the II h line musical program by best hom tal- In comfortably sealing the guests at
playwright, who owns a wlnerne I office. Senator Tuttle was a pleasant estimable faintly and it Is with regret abor of collecting. the) exhibit, freight eot.> One short stop will be made on re- tbe hotel. With tbo new dining room
and 'range grove at Hobe I visitor at the ADVOCATE office' last win ,hat he could not find some other buil- barges, janitor service, eto.; that is, all urn trip for lunch which will be> espeoallj bis difficulty will be entirely overcome
.Ia about to purchase a summer I ter. tens to engage In here be: expense Incurred by the exhibitor In gratifying. Let every one take ad. lead Gardner Andrews now has a largo

"Sandwich: Mass, which Is a few I .-Mr, Ernest Vanlandingham left on letting together, Installing and main. antage> of the exceedingly cheap rate. ', roe of men working I on the gardens and
from the Home of Mr. Joseph Jefuiefemous Wednesday morning for Baltimore, Md., alnlng the exhibit ."*c for adults, lAo for children. The awns connected with the hotel. Ha Is I.flUlt '
aotor Mf aDd Mrs. where he will re-enter a medical college Oar 8 ''efferson. of lobe Soul d, also to resume his studies in the healing art I've.' You will meet all your old 100. Tim flower gardens and the lawns

"mmer home at Sandwich where He will stop en route at Tltusvllle for a Fall Dress Goods, ; Henriettasierges h Orange Wrap rlemJs, and some that will surprise you. will'' be In especial fine shape this season.
'
WMUIned Mr I Plioll Plaids ?he train will be In bands of experienced
and Mrs. last ew days' visit to friends. During part Hecillans, Brllllantlnes, Manila and colored'tJul1e. See lam.I ., conductor
of his vacation Mr. Vanlandingham has iroadcloth, French Flannels, Cashmeres, I >is! and pi Ices For Kent or feline.
';' rraneit.: Full line now and been a valued attache of this office and ito. Madras, Percales, Ginghams, Fall EAST COAST LL'MDEH: SUPPLY Co.Tltusvllle ----- -
Is' i No trou ble to get a its attention to business, fine disposition Ity1.s. FLINCH, the ISO card game, 60c, Fla. For Hale.
pe'mtrbie to how *nera- J. KTitusville. ind sterling worth of character bavf Furnltnre, !Shoes Dry Goat The Thomas cottage, small boarding j
ter8''' golden opinions from employers Pineapple plants for .Rle. Apply to, hOllae, centrally located In the town of
him
for
Tltusvllle Fla. .
von C. A. GAKDXEB, for the .
right
and associates-opinions shared lIou..ekeeperVautedat. Once.iA tf F J. W. BHUNBK' (Georgian, lie.For ocoa. A fine opportunity
enjoyed his scqnalnance. sity. Apply to, 'tfult.! M. A. THOMAS,
who have
*Sl In by all -
| >itrutloti Itouka Open. The Metropolis believes Mr. Vanandlngbam A New Crate Factory.The well recommended elderly) lady too If' Cocoa, Fla. .'
has a brilliant career before work for a small family'.. Address, Hale. ;

bgl5tratloo bo0ke. of the town of him In his chosen profession, and will at Lake Helen "'x. Y "A," Hulphiir Springs for Hale. '
new crate factory Tltusvllle 10 font cabin cst boat fitted' for crul*
Interest.-Ml tf t r care ADVOCATK, Fla. ,
'lIe to'lV' today
The, "'isr l nfoundat mywaB6oun ami Metropolis. been completed, and steam turned on for party, for a deposit of Ilk). New The famous Avon Hulphur Hprlngs: loited ',' .
>( make a suit. The E. W. Bond Co. have Sealed Iil '"*", JKNTLEMEN-Let us you laa' week. Ul, perfect condition. L. W. BI.AIH, at Avon !
'top' n. E. MiM8, We guarantee to tit and please you or reeled, one of the largest Plants la the Merrltt, .'Ia.Get About oDe hundred acres of land lnclud- .
City Clerk. sale. J. B. Walker Co. State, and have equipped It with the 1st- Healed bids will be received by John InR about twenty acres of beautiful park, 1 i
no eat Improved machinery. Their Veneer R. Walker, chairman of the Board of fin springs of sulphur -water and a flrat- f

alll"l0 Stricken.aw" f Machine Is one of Coe's latest pattern. lounty Commissioners. of Brevard county ; Your rollers Hatched Now cl...> half mile race track. These springs
FlseherCottage For tent. of the heaviest typo weighing 14000 until noon of October 6th, 1UO3{, for For .Taiiunry. produce the finest sulphur water" known, s
poonel They are located In that fa- tbe following shelling. The Hoard ro- For further particulars address,
\idermen revised the Titusville plenty pure Yellow Pine the right to reject and all bids -
7 room house In ; lous body of Highland nrvesi any C. H. CiiAfPorix,
0 '16 'g,. the following names rinking water. .\ to. unnlng from Lake Helen toDeLand, All bids to be by the cubic yard or carIba" Blair's Poultry Farm will hatch your tf 2.1; Exchange Ht., Rochester, N.'Y.
04.4 (J.6y FIOClly.n, and this timber will" turn oat that smooth : {g_ la 2'X) egg/ Incubator, for lo elm. schick" -- t
Pendloton J. E. Tltnsvllle, Florida. veneer, so much desired by the Road from the north boundary of the at ten days old. Eggs fiiralshed
9 "' Rhode, H. W. 1 noVf1; range IIltht packers, and the heavy Veneer towo of Fort Pierce towards Wt. Lncle If desired Prices vary. rt. C. Brown, Hpeclal to Orange
hrt Machine gives It that polished satin ap- and Viking. hhell to be spread in the ailio! White Leghorn cockerels, 1& few only -
Rice, E. *?*.,af-W. Wagon for Male. earanc, which distinguishes yellow ruta 8 lorries) thlrk. for sale at tl.M each. hunt inbreed, Having just received a large quantity 0
"Jinn Shirley, U. J,. "b of box. Located: near the Indian Road from Narrows to Quay crossing (st new stock. Agent for finest egg 'of 1 Manila Orange Wraps, we are prepar-
L g Titus, 1'. 8. ,. 'I now have, on hand a large stock pine liver, tb"y have sn advantage In freight hell to be spread feet wide and 5 Inches producer ever manufactured. Trial pack. ed I to All all orders promptly. Call: or
q w Tucker M. T. Inch tire and 3-Inch tire one-horse wag rates, which enables them to quota low lilck, from river across fill at marsh. ;;e, 40cts. Hend stamp for circular. write for samples and prices. \
., anlandingham S G ons that can be delivered at once. eat prices.' The East Coast Lumber A JOHX" R. WALKER: L WALKKH BLAIR, EAST CoAsrLi'MBEK Je: SrpVi.r Co. '
R. E. Mim, JK., Merrltt Florida. Tltnsvllle, I'lf.
for unlandinjham WE Tltusvllle, Fla. apply Company are their selling agents. 2oct Chairman Board Co. Cocas. ,
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breech loading Knipp gun of 3.42 Inch ,

t THE BULGARIAN ARMY. caliber dating from 1873. with a muzzle T Georgia Southern

velocity of 1.502; ; feet seconds and

a maximum range of 7.WK yardll."Itb.-

Entire Fighting Strength Is In the last two years however the government & Florida Rat Itlu
for
has placed orders abroad

Q Nearly 300,000 Men. up to date equipment. Its Intention being "Sawsnee_Ih..t_ Ii...tr.. .

VO qr to yearn the field and mountain Operates the

t batteries with 2.0.1; quick firing CreUHOt- -. "Dixie r'YE

MILITARY.. SERVIOE OBLIGATORY. Canet guns throwing respectively n Schedule lu m,., (Inns/ '.. ; ,

fourteen und a coven pound projectile t d ,- -,
batteries LvPalatka.. l'IAh'I\.r- ,y'U.
and to "Ivtle: new howitzer '" '.
Even "' .ner. Who !!... R....... Y 'Mle'' Jacksonville. 'AI I I'10:
4.7 Inch breech loading Krupp: ordnanceof .C 1 I Ar Valdonta. .. ; ulrjiu\' 1
In Dulll.'u' for Three Year Are the ISO pattern. At present the ,, 'lArTiftun; ,. .. .. ... 1\I\: 'u..' I
Compelled to S..rv. Th. KorcAr .. ArCtrrdele' .. .. I aw I
mountain butteries have a seven pounder ArMacon.. ..... Xam,
AriiivU WHIi llin. coil Field breech loading Krupp gun. Tbe recent C. of caArAtlanta. *I.II',

Mann of,IHoUvrn !Hi k.. orders also Include twenty-four N. C. a.8i.: L .. -."IU

The Bulgarian army may be regarded ..1 Inch quick firing Cs net guns, mounted W41r Ar Ar Nashville.Chattanooga... ... ,I, ,wpm
and on mobile traveling carriages and : ? mil I.IM
as oue of the bust organized I 111. Cent R. R.
I twenty-four B.S Inch Canet geld mor A. 8. Louis-------- .,,
Ii i most elliclont among those of the second 'I ArCuloseo li .0'
It Is understood that several batteries .vuu
tars.
\ powers and its rank and L & N.R.'it:
,
rate of the new quick firing field and LouUvllle: ., ., .., 1 ,
die ut least, In considered by experts i ArCliK'lnnutl.: ran"
mountain equipment have already been 1 .' ; ''It, "" I.t
to be superior to that of any other A C & K. 1. R. R.
; delivered.The Ar ChicaKO.. .. 9, n ,
Balkan .state says the Chicago Trib- Sollil trains from ,,., V"
,
comprises twelve ,
reserve army
.u. Is, however Train from I-alatka ei! ,,J : \
The
une. Hulfc'urlaii army r vrln;, .
of five L-
regiments of infantry trains
reserve V north from
going
.Ia. ,
k. ,,
of comparatively recent origin, la thatIt ''m t ,01.
each the fifth being l.oe.r81..II"'" on l>lxli: >FI\' er tr
company i
CLUB.New sprang from the battalions of Bulgarian companies remaining In depot mall ; n,;, ,"min '
A PRIVATE CAR volunteers which were organized for frontier duty and four companies i'ulliuan Buir"t 81eeiHB| ( ?' ;tmn'.wi.h
vllle
cadres and six reserve to8t. Lonln limet.ui '
which ,
In 1877 by the Russian staff and lire mere of care on Dixie Flyer tr ., ,V,7" ,N?"'".'I n l

co-operated with the Russian army during divisions of field artillery providing cut deepen. on same train ,i.;. < II.. .*'-,", .
batteries. Iti time of 1 Change.Yor
York Business Men Form the campaign of 187778. Military eighteen the cadres for the reserve army \ r schedule and .other ml., 5n...:: ,It.'.u i
service Is obligatory In Bulgaria and peace Pu a l.tntF. !I
Novel Organization. muster only 0,000 men. who are office District W ITkit,
who ; )
all foreigners ,
even extends to ,,,
OrC. a h. n '!lilt
-- for <*d mainly by ex-noncommissioned officers R. RHODES I I
have been resident In the country of the field army. The militia 'a.... Ant., Mao,.,"\. I....
THREE FINE OOAOIIE3 LEASED. a period of three years
cadres In
bans which have no peacetime I/JJrc'
The Bulgarian forces consist of the
mobilize only In Infantry bat
--
divided Into the NL/
active or Held army
Then Are Attached to laegolnr active army and the active army reserve talions. WOI '
will I'
On mobilization: the field army
Train Fur the C.. u( 1'1111'0.1.. the reserve army and the militia :
consist of six Infantry and one cavalry
Who liuiw Numtuer homes In Conetltat comprising two bnns. In time of peace I _.
division will k
Each
divisions. Infantry
.. Mvuiltvralilp, Which I. the active army but not Its reserve Is comprise tW3 brigades each of twelve Moat 10 UlUl.tI'Y' Bert ;;
the C
and reserve
footing
'Ult.d-U.: O. the on a permanent WiXXTC'8Cream
!
Umlteil. army has permanent cadres., battalions-that Is. eight of the active
Waltlntl LI... and four tof':' the reserve army. The
while the two bans of the militia have
It is. called. the 1'rlviite Car club andIt neither a permanent footing nor cadres mobilization of the first line will be A Period Which : Vermifu;g
Danger Through
in ten and
Is the very latest association of men ; for no actual .service or training able to be completed days S
role
of million, the New York Herald.It bans takes place will place 144 battalions, each 1.000
uays of the men of the two Every Woman Must Pass. WORM'R'emec
Is exclusive, us Its name Implies, except In time of wur. The Urst bun strong In the field. Has Led all [

and there la no other club like it In the .f the mllltla may be used exceptionally finally should Bulgaria. be threatened Owing to modem methods of living, not one Woman in a thousand ; EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
world. Included lu Its membership 6re the held and re- with Invasion. It la estimated. that SOLD BY ALL DRUCCII
to strengthen/ approaches this perfectly natural change without experiencing a trainof I .. -
men of wealth whose business !Is in nerve armies but the second ban can the mobilization of the reserve array very annoying and sometimes painful symptoms. At this period a I PHKIMItKI. .1.'.1.JAilES -
York and who have summer defense. ant the two mllltla bans would give ( F. BAL.L.ARD' >T Lcall(
New for home indicates towards
only be employed woman a tendency obesity or tumorous growths. W w : .:
bomus along the llnv of the New York The coinponltlon of the Held army IK prlnelpn'lty, n grand armed strength' I Those dreadful hot flashes, sending the blood surging to the heart

New Haven and Hartford railroad. as follows: The Infantry. "pekhota." of :5.431 ofilr\ 'erL 2W.677 noncomml-I until it teems ready to burst, find the faint feeling that follows, sometimes

Each morning attached to the Greenwich number twenty-four regiments each of sinned officer! and men. 41,770 born= with chills, as if the heart were going to stop fon-ver, are only a KIDNEYO1SEA

(Conn.) exprcxH when It rolls Into which bus a pence establishment of and 4NH (guns. few of the:! symptoms of a dangerous nervous trouble. The nerves are

the Grand Central station, are two two battalions and n small transport DO) YOU WANT:;011) HtrSTMXO REAL crying out for ansLstance. Thu cry should be heeded in time. Lydia

handsomely appointed private cars, squad and a wur establishment of tour estate ape nts endeavoring to dispose of 1-2. IMnklmin'a Vegetable Compound was prepared to meet the needsof are the most fatal of

which do not dlxi-burge a passenger battalions and one transport company. iinv property :you may have for sa'e or woman's system at this trying period of her life, and all women who eases.FOLEY'S.

until the crowd lu the down or moordhuu'y Each battalion consists of four com exchange: ? If so, send full particulars use it pass through this trying i. riod with comfort and safety

couches Is out of the way. panics whose war strength Is three officers of whit :)ou have to T,. K. I3enj: mln,

Then nimble porters spring out and and JJT! noucoinmlsHlontKl otllcers Hanover! O.DOWIE'S TWO COLUflNS OF PROOF. CRaca ta2C R

following them come threescore of men and uipn. They are armed with the DEAR MRS PINKUAM : -I was sick work. I know;: "your medicine saved
NEW YORK VISIT. and nothing seemed to do me good life and cannot it S
who are prominent figures in commercial .315 Inch Mannllcher magazine rifle any my praise enough.
I until I began taking Mrs. Fiukham's I MBS. LliZIK KOKCAH,
:
professional or financial affairs In and a short bayonet of the 1805 pat Zion I.... Leailvr'N Interaction to III. medicine. 519 Smith St., Millvllle, N.J. or money refunded. Con

New York city, who alight and hurry tern. Tula rifle/ gives an Initial velocity Criina e... It was Change of Life with me remedies recognized by
away to begin the business of the day. of 2.043 feel seconds and l Is sightedup John Alexander Dowle the head of and falling the womb. I had severe DEAR MRS PI KIIAM 1-I have

One of the first to leave the car the to 2.133 yards while the magazine the Zionists is preparing to take hiscrusaders pains all through my body. I had a worked hard all my life and when the nent physicians as, the be.
of Life I flowed
other day was William Rockefeller, which charged a terrible! cough and people thought Change came very Bladder
holds live cartridges are to New York In October and badly for weeks at a time. I would Kidney and troi
..
and he was closely followed by Samuel by menus of n clip. he has issued of I had consumption. ,
a set instructions stop for a day or two then stai"t PRICE SOe. aM $1.00.
"I took six: bottles of Lydia K.Piiikhum'M .
Truemlale Lionel and Richard Butro ThtA'Uvnlry I which was. reorganized warning anu suggestions/ to them ui to again. I went to nee a doctor and

William II. McCord. James McCut- In 1001. PoW comprises the prince's their conduct there and the character two of Blood Vegetable Purifier Compoundand and two went through an examination and B. It.. WILSON* !'OS

cheon William II. Newman C. T. bodyguard of one squadron: four regiments of the people they will meet says ti boxes Liver Illls and am now stouter spent two hundred dollars for medi- ----

Wills Colonel Henry II. Adams Robert each'' of four squadrons, and six Chicago special to the New York than I have been for a long time. I cine and doctor's bills, but I did not Foley's Kidney C

Haker. 11'. M. Freeman J. L. J lIIott.W. regiments/ each of two squadrons. The Times. Among other things the instructions can do all my work now, thanks to get the relief I expected."At makes kidneys and bladderWANTED ,

T Graham and other wealthy men life guard .squadron III always kept at say: Lydlu i:. PtnklmnVs Vegetable: that time I saw L.ydia E.Phlkhmu's ----
who make their homes In the summer to Compound. Vegetable Compound
with regard
war strength even ISIH +Tmil!
HEVKKtl '
Do not talk too much. advertised and began its use. I have -
season In the suburbs. between New horses and numbers fourteen olllcers I Do not questions. If any one wishes to write me, to each SUIKM' Mtiil
argue any needed.
found it to be just what I .
these.. I will llHlidl eleven lel
statements -
verify gladly >
York and Stamford Conn. and 300\ non<--omulmlon officers and Do not do as you please but obey or- their letters. I wish. every woman suffering capital, tii ctrl I upon| tnci I 'hi" a,
answer
There are always two of these club men. The pence footing: of the remainIn I ders. from fumr.la trouble would try It. I uifcemiiiil' mind |"r<>IUui, '" )I., .n u
I Do not talk about things do not lulus CLAHA. CHE/.KM JeyeU.II1.
you un- !
melt: I ,1-
Uuikly
can attached to the train arriving. at it squadron consists! of live oillcers. rtrratand. recommend It to all my friends." I gaKoiimiic.tm\olinrexpeiiMHs amt h t, '- 'Ih.'
0 o'clock and one on an earlier train 137 nuncomtnHfllonod' ofllccrs and 1".n 1 Remember that New .York Is the Imperial DKAR M its. PISKIIAM: For seven Mm. \\'M. DAILY, Millbunk, H.D. rash each week lix: |>"rlei i *ini
of the United States.I years I had been ,Muttering was passing clan r".rrnr"Itul.'I' Inns ere.
as there are perhaps thirty of these which In tlme'.of war city ,
and 100 Marts ,, 'hi,
the PlxlrAH-I I'M Deih it
Itememhpr that you are to approach through Change of Life, and PRAB Mm. feel It THE NATIONAL.
men of millions who believe In gettingto Is increased. to irct:! noncommissioned I I. New York with respect. my womb had fallen; menses... were so a duty I owe you' and every; suffering ,
work early In the day and getting ollk'crs and men and, UK horses. Tim l Remember that the people of New York profuse that at times I was obliged to woman in tho land to tell of the Notice.

through For the convenience of these cavalry l Is armed with :Mannllclier carbines are Intelllgrrnt. lie on my back for six! weeks; at a time wonderful results I have found In

a a cnr \leaves a half hour earlier In the of the lH!>.-> pattern und mvortl. I I Remember that the average New Yorker could not raise my head from pillow.I using fjydiiv: Il.: IMiikliam'H Vegetable x I I
U a Kollil person of strong Intellect andstrong LL COXrKKM'I': I 'M I
d afternoon. The artillery coimUts of six rpgl- retentive powers. had been treated by several physicians Compound Liver l'llls. 1\. six llHMitllH, Hltel 0111' (41X I
Those men are proud of the only private menu of nine batteries each giving a I Remember that the unscrupulous. dealers but got no relief. Passing through, the Change of ,Uttll-iO AillllllllHtl' .r n.I,
I advised friends C'. Dcvim. 'Iepmtee' '' !>I i, I 11,: i
wns by to Life of thu consultedsaid
car club ilW have adopted regulations total of 321 Held !guns, nine six gun on the New York Stock Exchange: are try bomv physicians Florida. prenunt, ilmliilKtracor ..' -
;
i the real curse of the country, and let us Ijydiii I-:. I'inlharu's't'getabio! nothing but an operation would H, >
which make it dlftlcult to become battalions o' I to the r
three
butteries.
mountain all pray God that we may bring many to Compound which I did, and after save me. Hut your medicine alone (f'mnty Judge l| of -ill.' f?"
a member. The membership, which Is !garrison artillery of five companies( ', give tip their evil ways and lead a Chris taking it six weeks 1 was able to be cured mo."-Aus.! MAGNOLIA I DEAN, dual iliacliarKB. iroin-i h ,

# limited U alrVady ailed and there Is along such and five howitzer: batteries.. The thin life, ___ ____ around_ all the time and do my house 1441 First Avenue Evansville' Indo 'i I SIbNlAsSh 1111

waiting list. strength of n Hold buttery Is given .. ,, : nl'
war Coal For W... FORFEITifwecannotnrthwitltprndwoetheortginnll.ttersandsign tures ol I inllil'IrUunvllle. '
The genesis) of the club was due to as five ollleers. 182 noncotnnilsitlouedotUuers I $50 00 "buv tMumuulalii, whii-h vlll i>rove their nb.olute Hnnultifiiixiiii.Ljtlla Flit -uty U-\
England, Russia and Turkey have :
K. 1'lukbam Medicine Co., Lynn Mau.Official .
the fact that at all seasons of the year, and muen anil 15!) horHO. bu'dPtnlls
lately been laying In enormous stores _
and particularly In summer time the are lieklnit' / with regard to the n
of coal. The British adn hilty himasked
travel on the suburban roads Is very war strength of time mountain and howItacr ( aae
for sealed bids for 1.0UO.OOO( tons I
heavy and It In not always possible to \ biitt 'Hf.. and garrlnon artillerymmpiitile : Supply House of The Illinois )t'I"hclmeu'8iloclatlon..
(IIo
of Lost steam coal to be put at various c= d
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obtain seats coming to New York In
<*. I ItR.
the mornings after trains. reach Greenwich The field van K n fifteen ixititjdorTho depots!! particularly Gibraltar and :Mal I The Chicago Net and Twine Co. I ? ",
Itu-mln has ordered nearly the 'd
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Conn. Similar conditions prevail _. fi
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in the afternoon same amount and Turkey has entered I Mamif.icturois of- I_ '
Burtlana of Modern the Bold ns nn extra! !Itirgejnirchaser.llo fr-
There had been many expressions of 1. T. =

dissatisfaction at this state of affairs Civilization. Learned n when one day, lu tho of several :j
presence =
Is said of John that he r
Normally a woman should have no discomfort Wesley once' Cm Olzo
James McCutcheon
wealthy ll1l'n. so far as feelings ot discomfit a rid, to Mistress Wesley : "Why da you ; 0I U a 1/1 1::.
suggested' tho Idea of forming a club are concerned l. at I tell that child the same. thing/ over andover : ." 0 as
and obtaining the exclusive use of the each rectirriuu ajinlii?" "John Wesley, l ht"'IIKO .!:'! <

<'.ar. The Idea was received with'' enthusiasm pt"1"' 0I1. Hut mod once telling is not enough" It. Is for I Ji; : 3t9E24c

and every man to whom the em civilisation. this siime leasun thnt you are told again I M 8
subject was broached favored It. Ana baa added its conditions and again that Tlmmberlaln's CuiighICenieily : I 1J
Informal meeting was held at which n of ..verpre..rat curt' colds Rn,1trip/ ; that ItCOl1l1tOl'lIct. y

committee wits appointed to confer suffering any tendency of these dtx- I- FISHING NETS 0
and Netting of Every De crlptlon :0:
to a l large propers t eases to result In pneumonia and that It J
with olllclala of the railroad and tho tion of American In pleasant and safe to take. Sold by all Dealers In Seine '1 wine. Maitre Cord Rope Etc. ., z 9O a

necessary arrangements. were made. women The druggists and medicine dealers. Originators of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fishermen. '

At heist It was Intended that there great bulk of 7ijlS:1:i E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111. 10U

should be but one car, which would accommodate such cases is due \ Turkey llo.... ..&Ientlon The ADVOCATE In your letter... .J

about forty men but two to inflammatory 'i Not many years ago I was very anx- ,- u
or congealed conditions 1 Yo are Membern. ot the IIIIDOIIi YI..hel'meu's
a? more ran were necessary for those demanding within loiia for a house for my turkeys an ABBoelatloD. ..'a

membership in the unique or- open shed rather than a house, as I ; ;;'
i territor
limited
gnnUatlon.When: lea which can be xviintiil it open on the south side. NowI -- .- -- -- -- ...J

these men of millions are onboard overcome by the almimt.ihflded. that turkeys are ,1d .

their private club car either right treatment. healthier fur rtMwtliin In the open air. IF YOU WANT A... si

I coming to New York or going to their Oi course, this I agree with Mr. Muttesxm: that we ---- '- .C)
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homes, all thoughts of business are for local irritation is liiust not damper our breeding stock CP 1

gotten.: They lounge about In their followed byj too much If we desire I healthy offKpring. -

comfortable chairs smoking and jok heedacbes, hsckches If our turkeys. will roost In the Building Lot : foJ
nervousness ... "g
ing. There Is always a card game, irritability, I trios In n plaice somewhat protectedtrout Dm
which is both interesting.. and exciting. and indeed the storms they will come >

All the private curs are fitted alike often results in turoiijch; the winter In good shape It ora lot with a BUU.WNG READY FOR OCCUPANCY r- <

with every modern convenience and nervous prostration they lure n* strung/ and healthy as they m 'n
'I' comfort Every member, of the club I I" or collapse Kuutild be und our poults next vprlng1v ;( LAND FOR AX ORANGE: GROVE, '

compelled( to buy hs( train ticket Just which might \ 11I.t'\ hardy and If kept free from 1'1 EArl'I.E PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN .en r:

r as other commuters al'O. and these tickets ed have by been sovid- lice mid fed carefully will n" easily AV probably have for sale Just what you' are seeking. G 3 t
are talt..nIP by the conductor. proper raised.-:Margaret Cavanaugh Italy In >-8 f fO""f
I With the exception of the conductor treatment I'lmltry Sar,'rss. Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you ar > K

however not a' man save the porters) $500 REWARD FOR WOMENWHO looking this way drop a line to f
Is permitted In the private cars unless' Just Wlmt You teed.Chantbertsin'a .

ho be a member. CANNOT Ita CURED. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Ylce-Prtddent :!
Backed up by over a third of a century Stomach and Liver T.blet.. 1aSg
ol reoerkebie and uniform cures, a record When you feel dull after eating. When FLORIDA ,, 4
H.w rise to Teach ...p.n.*.. EAST COAST R'Y, .
such s* no other remedy for the disesaesnd you have no appetite. When have
you a
The learning of Japanese will be & weaknesses peculiar to women ever bad taste In the mouth. When liver ST. AUGUSTINE. ] v
' '. greatly facilitated by the abandonmentef attained, the proprietors and makers ef Dr.Pierce's Is torpid.Vhen, your bowels are your consti! FLA L
Favorite feel -- --- -
: Prescription now
their peculiar way of writing. and pated. When have a headache. When I
fully warranted im to pay fjoo in you rIi
printing their language. Ten years ago fetal money of the Unite States for say you feel bilious. They will Improve Subscribe for Jd
tie tmlwnittal inaugurated the re- rute of Leucnrrbea, Female We. a..., Pro- your appetite, cleanse and invigorate the ADVOCATE and get all the N j

*>rna. Next year the use of European .apses, oe Falling of Womb which they your stomach, and regulate your liver j
e.aaot "re. AU they ask is a fair aadreable t
f .:ngllh) letters will be begun In the and bowels. Price 23 cents per box.
.
trial of th *r >ue o of care.
News
public school and this will soon lend WOULD'S DrSPB.VSARY MEDICAL AMOUATION dealer For tale by all druggists and medicine of the East Coast every week.

to their general nre.p Piopri'tor., Buffalo, N. Y.
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Oards. The Farmer .* an Olltt-vholdcr. Sea Power Versus Ur..li> Ii'owM. Thousands Have Kidney Trouble

More Than a It Is the l.mliion lu the verge cities \I' Sir Norman Lockyer, president of tbe and Don't Know it.

the country to roudeuiu legislation: n usatlsfuotorj British Association For the Advuncmotit ------.

-E0. M. ROBBINS, to imrtlculur coiniuunl llty of Sciences roceutlycaused, U seisatton Fill a bottle how or" common To rind Onto glass with your

ATTORNEY AND: COUNSELOR $ Million Dollars $ as the work of the "UnywtHls.1' The : In Kngland when be advisedh, .. water and I let It stand twenty-four hours; n

countrymen to spend less money ou sediment or setfling -
"hayseeds", It HOUUIS uimecesnary to '
AT-LAW. I "sea power" and more money on "brapower. Indicates an
United Stab mention. III'tile farmers! the tillers i ot t Lt unhealthy condition
in State and ." Great Britain already has th., ;;
In practice of Florida Capital guar- tbe soil. the men who from the settlroent of the kidneys
Court. of North Amei'Icu have been Ibe largest navy lu the world, and: shesteadily I Is 1 : If It stain

TITUSVILLB. FI.A. adding to Its size. The nav your linen It Is
Office at antees this pure vege- backbone of the country.It estimates of 18S. -S9 were U3.082.8U, / evidence of kid

Is doubtless", true that the farms ney trouble: too

. L. OAULDEX, table remedy to cure In the various legislatures are direct of which sum U2.00u.8Iwas actualexpended : frequent desire to ,
and the estimates for 10020are I .
--i pass It or pain In
A % rexponslble for much loslalntlon ,vhlcb .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ".. t31.:35.,00, or about $1 6.000.000. "'-'-""" the back I la also: a
or money back '1'.1' Is dlsplensing to curtain olcuieuts! In thp In fourteen Great Britain's tax. convincing!, proof that the kidneys and bladder 1
ill practlc' ii all the Courts of the 8tate largo l fltle of their states, but this ))8. years are out cf order.
Court. contributed the enormous
have
Roles'' ,"nd the United Stet not n tulsfortune. It Is as It should be, payers What to Di>. 13MBS.
TITUSVILLE.FLAJ sum of $1.JiU.o.13I00 toward the u; There Is comfort In t'!' .- knowledge so
.OBox.::13& The farmer may sometimes appear I to .
building of a navy. often expressed that Dr. K mer's Swamp-
Curds Ignore the wishes of his \'Itylel&lIbor.. Root the fulfills '
. WE13JJ, : "Our position as a nation our succes great kidney remc ly every
but It must be vemembcrt-'d that I un wish In curing rheumatism pain In the
enormous preiioiuleraiice of the urea of as merchants, is In peril chiefly-deal back kidneys liver bladder and every part a ,)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW rCatarrhal Ing with preventable causes-because of of the urinary passage. It corrects Inabllltv
affection of the nasal ti tho state is occupied by the agrloultu
practice In the Courts of the 7rcuit. our lack of completely efficient unlvei... to hold water and scalding: pain In passingIt
fill let and ho nltvndr hits n hard CUOUK j
for non-resldeni or bad effects following usa of liquor
paid
tCl
: Taxes passages: bronchial tubes. slUes and our neglect of research, sal
and accounts collected. \ time of It In ovemmilnt the strong wino or beer, and overcomes that unpleasant
rents
d FLORIDa lungs kidneys: bladder and. } aud Influence of I the population and President Lockyer. necessity br'ng compelled to go often
8VILLK, of the crowded cities. Agali "We In Great Britain have elevei during! the day, and to get up many times
stomach. Also + 't money universities competing with 134 stat during the night. The mild and the"extra-

PENNEY. much of the legislation which beat and privately endowed In the Unite effect of Swamp- oot la soon 1
realize ,
hardest upon the agriculturist and tho It stands the highest for Its won- )
States and twenty-two state endow><" I I
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW: resident of the munll town or city \\118 derful cures of the most distressing cases.
Nenons Indigestion tbe statute! books by tho vote In Germany. The German state give If you need a medicine you should have the
put
B9VIM.K. FLORID upon to one university more than the Britlsl best. Sold by druggists In SOc. and$1. sizes.
of men In no senso In sympathy wit
You have bottle of this
of the 7th all the unlversl may a sample
the courts allows to
all government
in .,
,
,II|] practice '' the needs of the real producers of tbe wonderful discovery -.: "
Judicial Circuit. Consumption' or any diilenAe country. ties and university colleges In England and a book that tells "" -

Ireland, Scotland and Wales put to about both Ollt .''f"a'
of the.muotiom membranes T There In no danger of the farr more It, sent "
A. FROST::! ;t s ty officeholder of get her. absolutely free by mall
er disappearing us un
a "These are the condition. which regulate address Dr. Kilmer & Homo sw.mp.Rm.
Jt ATTOR.VEV-AT-LAW prominence. Indoorl the signs of tile Co., Binghamton, N. Y When writing men
As Tonicit times seem to indicate that ho will the production of brain power lithe tion reading this generous offer in this paper.
practice, In all the Courts of the 7th a United States Germany and Oreu.
have much more to Bay In politics tban
Judicial Circuit.I'Rrevll.LR Britain respectively nnd the excuse of
i ever before He Is awakening to bls _

FLORIDA. gives appetite, build up the rights and n sense.. of his power am
---- -' MANUFACTURED ONLY BY he Is not the man to henltntn to lie the for private effort. 'j

REDERH'K A. MORGAN, system, banishes that tired QP1CA1MAMUfAC7URINGieeliuq latter In order to secure the formal Sir Norman then made a strong plea

!, makes: the: weak strong + FlA. U But better than all the people of the for an Increase In till amount of .stet W
of Title. ACKSOh M1lE. rand
Abstracts smaller communities are beginning I to aid! on the ,ground Unit It alone conic I

KAI. E-tTATK AND INSURANCE: :, happy. make poaxlbl. valid comiM'tltlon nit;
realize that they have among them! meiwho r
either Germany or the United States A
Votary Public.
l.ouns are the peers of the shrewdeH"big
compared the vast sums spent bj;
Stenograph dt '" and these are the<
Icctloim, r.viiewrltliiR' ;) ) politicians
the British government on "MINI power

TITI'-I +VII.I.K!':, --- FLA. Sold and guaranteed by B. R. Wilson & Son. men After they all are, the now mutter voting simmers Into olllce.. dow and this small amounts expended. ot .

WADK S : U. JONKJA to the simple proportion( that the hex "brain power" and advocated diipllcutIiiK -
1. FBo.tr. the navy bill of 1SSS-8U and davot
-
-- possible representative Is the man win
;ROMT: JONES, amount to the Increase ol
T lug that
It's For You! The II uDg'&rll&u Crisis. Is nearest to .the people In bill mode ot CECELIA STOW!,
Groat Britain's brain adding:
The parliamentary crisis in Hungnrj' life and In hU sympathies. power Orator, EDt Nou. Club.
Ul ESTATE: AND INSURANCE., "Let this sum lit asslgnetl and hot.
has made slow progress toward a provisional
',oanK and Collections. solution. The emperor-ltlng The Toy l'l.tul Must Oo. rowed as it U wnntiMl. There will be 170 Warren Avenue,

Countless warnings' of the danger ot a capital sum for new buildings to berected CutoAH, ILL., Oct.22,1902. i
FLORIDA.A.11'oul.a' "
Tnrsvn.i.K baa received the lending Magyar poll For nearly four year I suffered
tlcians a lid the Austrian foreign rain the toy pistol and against. careless, ban lu the next live or ten years, from ovarian IzOUl>ll'lI. The doctor -

R. II. SKYMOUHORfEY : later-whono presence has been decplj. dllng of fireworks seem to have had Ut the Interest of the remainder to go toward insisted on an operation. the
tie effect. According to the Journal ot increased nnnunl endowments."It only wsy to get well. 1, however,
heard :
r : & :SEYMOUR: resented-at Budapest and has strongly objected to an operation.
\ thenwere I Is the cuse of battle ship over
the American :Medical Association .
their advice without comment My husband felt di.heartened M
ATI'OIIXEVS-AT-LAVV. With one exception-Count Johann .....:is cases of death and seven again and money need not be spent well as I, for home with a lick

gonuml ,practice In State and Fed Zlchy. leader of the Catholic People'. Injuries caused by this year's celebra more freely In one case than In the woman i ill a divconsoUte place at i
the north other. This sum is. not to be regarded! l>est. A friendly druggist advised
ral Courts. :Special attention givento whom the Mngyar leaders already tlon of the Fourth of July In
party him bottle of Wine of
to get a
admiralty practice. a* practically gone when .spent as lu
regarded as their enemy-the; cru stated. Of these 415 deaths Wf'redue Cardul to.
I95ELLBtitDisu 'Mt4MIFr.: the of a abort lived Ironclad. II toimproveiynafewdays
bare declared that extensive concessions to lockjaw and sixty deaths wen case began and

The Great Health C"rlnkl are unavoidable. The National : from explosives. Ten persons wen 1* a loan which will bear a high rateot my recovery was very rapid. Within -

TKPHEX E. FOSTER,, lilt demands Include the use of the mado blind, 73: lost one eye, C4 los Interest. eighteen weeks I was another e

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5c. Magyar language In Hungarian regiments hands, arms or legs; 174 lost one or While tbe United States U steadlly lining.

the Introduction of Hungarian more linger, and 3.070 received otbeilevere Increasing Its naval budget It Is a mat Cam. pt

Dyal-Upchutoh Building, Jax ( METTO Syrup. is put up for colors and emblems! Hungarian officers Injuries.In ter for congratulation that a* a people

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. mixing with toe water in the must serve only In Hungarian reg. this showing tile most Inexcusable WH. are also exiendlnc more and monach s

iments. Hungarian troops roust be garrisoned feature la. the great number olJeaths year for education. Mrs. Ptowe's letter shows every

S. UURVIIAM, M. D. :Summer tune and with hot exclusively In Hungary, and trout, lockjaw tor .whlch in W. woman how a home is saddened" by

water in the Winter time. the term ot military service must be ppr6l1t[ of the cases the blank car !)<> You "Want to Ynwn? female Wine of"' ''Rkn"slllle Jardul cures! how completely that sickness -

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Specially adapted to family reduced from three years to two. trldge or the toy pistol was reoponsl3le. Keel cold shivering.*, aching In the and brines health and happiness

Ear Nose and Throat. use either as a beverage or The emperor<< naturally fears the re There Is obviously gored reasoi bones lack of energy headache and again. ))o not go on suffering !

effectof these concessions on the For legislation prohibiting the sale ol Kre.it depression! ? These masbo flo to )our druggist today
'T' PALS RKACH, FLOUIDA.UTIXG table drink, taking (lie place flex followed by violent headache, high/ t j ana secure a $1.00 bottle of Wineof
death. As
nationalities of Austria-Caeca privates, this engine of needless lotiiis
Fever extreme nervousness, a condition Cardul.
etc. ,
R. IWHO IITO 'S for tea, coffee, have been punished before now for persistently the deadly toy pistols are on sal* known as malaria llerblne cures It. '

answering to their names In the Ignoramus the tool and tbe small fake It before the dlsonse gets a fall WINE+CARDlJJ

1'rloen for :Syrup, >-, Pillt.21('. Czech Insteud of In German-and regards boy will buy them. They should b4t Told, though It will work a cure In any
) DENTAL APARTMEXTjin : J. A. Hopkins, Manclmstor, Kiln ,,
Gallon $1.33. whole of the language ibollshed and the time to begin the itage.
1 Quart, Ire. 4 the question writes: "I have used l your great tnedllno -

the "Dentos, 1 Gallon, $2.O.1)irectioria: of the army as reserved for the ampulgn Is now. cl llerblne, for several yenrn. Them

Now AT DAYTOXA.M Two tablespoonful crown by the pact of 18437, so that the The Journal of the American MedicalAssociation III nothing better for malaria chills And t

: demands Infringe bill sovereign. rights say that there are but tour Fever, headache, biliousness, and for n

lined to u glaj.s of water. Vienna and at Budapest feelIng nanufiictuiYm. of blank cartridges ixhis jlood-piiilfjrlnu tonic, there I III nothing
MASO.V.t Both at ts good.. r 0o At K. H. Wilson A Hon.
Cost less than 2rU. a glass. Is extremely bitter, and the Arch : country and but one In Cuuada For nearly

Co. duke Franz Ferdinand la reported to and It advises that the manufacture I half a century "

DEXTAL-SUROKOX, Tropical' Manufacturing have said that "Hungary will have to and Importation of the cartridge be 'Our neighbors the Igor rotes of the

Florida be reoccupled." a remark eagerly repeated nipprenHeil. If this cannot be done II northern province of the Philippines

ANI'OIU-' FI.OIUDA. Jacksonville, In the Austrian' capital.It irge the state* legislature/ to prohibit ire said to consider' broiled ,dog fried ( iciy'sSeeds '

Sold by J. R. WALKER, U reported also that the success of ..Ialell'ltl1ln their respective stats log and sundry other forms of dog a.

E. BUCK, and B. R. Wilson & Son, I toe Independents<< bus encouraged a separatist boundaries under severe penalties. holco delicacies. According to ad vicesecently

I agitation ,among the Totes of received at Washington. Colonel II"..l.. strewing' ,,,
Tltusvllle Florida.The According to report wilde by those B. O. Carter, Manila commissionerf klml. i>l r. del,7ra0awt mnllltlnrg I
'ktoa liudil Building?: Main rlt., Oallciu and the Bukowlna. The probabilities Ml '100> satmat.
.
will be bas received gentle! |XMip Ud\ MV 10
under M. who should know there a scarcity public health a
Jacksonville.: Hrint to ministry IrJ .. .
: Rooms 15, 10, 1 7. ( .'. M. rrimr ()O.1..a.It
Commas of Anttiron. von LukucN. minister of Bounce, and of canned goods" next winter and : blot from Provincial Governor William bl raw

DENTIST.: The roses am gone pread but the where beautiful the glow soft to some slight coiHTHnloim., It will noon >rlce will be away up In tbe clouds 3. Peck at Bagnio. Benguet. not to

'*nand Bridge Work, Of the breexei goldenrod blow. have to make way tor a more advanced The reason for tills prediction which wairte this "God given delicacy." What

Porcelain Inlays,, The hills that were green and loomed cabinet pnmthly, under Baron Uanffy. .vltl be unpleasant new. for the ordl- in excellent opportunity Is herewith

High class Plate Work. BeeSfdHtant and blulshly blend withBeyond who In bill retirement bus developed wry housewife. Is the short crop of presented to rid our own land of those The Largest and Most Comnlare .

the sky stream lazilyNeath"t'he advanced nationalism. many of the small fruits and vege- ruts which make the nights hideous Establishment South.

where the slender ables and the complete failure of otb- through their Infernal canine music by

elm that were green but a A purllutueittary commission has reported ..... Tbe canneries are refusing orders ihlpplng them to the fur eastl. GEO, S, HACKER & SON
irginia Homes Clad week alro.Bro..n tor'tutUI't'' delivery of several of tbe
anaTheTait I.
leaves are beginning to nit to that the average Englishman ,
learned shrinking In size. American manufacturing fruits and vegetable which have be- The; fact that Vesuvius woke up when
of the nestlings has of the winter about show she
baron tblnk the cause of pie staple grocery be season was over

twources'n' learn all about Virginia Lands, how to The fly.rose are con.. the shrinkage inny Is the Inroad made by rade. Tin can on the vacant lots wille leads a good business manager. Unler :

products, mode of cul- next spring. Small boys who direction th present -
> scarce spectacular
proper
.
ntion British markets.This
prices etc. the stretch In many a manufactures In
by reading the vine our
'I But where fun with .l- have been held
,*"'n a Farmer. Send lOcts. row Isn't the reunou. according to the slight to have strange y display would

+f"a months subscription to the Rich clusters of rapes are beginning to commission. Members of the New York low dogs and hoboes (comic supplement luring the height of tbe tourist !sea- T, r 1'I, r w

"" Co. Emporia, Va. show thick onBrown rand will take notice. lon.
Their soft tint of purple. and Yacht club were disposed to. think the
)

BO YEARB'EXPERIENCE the turf'-neath dry. the tree the ripe POh. recent defeats do of with Shamrock making III.British had Abdul Hamld might worry a little Iton. The report that tomatoes generally 1yJ
something to *
the plea worti ilea 1. still .ood. IItIU Ik..ey.although ers smaller until they found that the F country alone wa after him but will not get' ripe this fall will be readrltb

with' three or tour powers at his heel calm content by the barnstorming
before .the r
.. gathered
statistics were
are gnnA
g roses
The
be Isn't losing beauty sleep. Ab r
RecordHaraM.In any .ictor.While.
E. Kler In Chicago racbt r.we,. sailed. No. the parliamentary
A commission says that theEnglishman Bows they could never agree a* to who MANUFACTURERS OF

Islands, off Ant would fall heir to his possession w* won't admit that Britannia
one of the How U shorter thinner, lighter
tree the branches rulee the world w* must at beset *4- Doors, Sash, Blinds .
traits !. a banyan tod weaker because of the depopula r
TRADi MAMK which covet nearly servo There will be about a* much demand nit she rules the golf link. \
rrnrvT 1 DcaiaHSjw. and trunks of Ion of the country districts the nub tor. cod liver oil a. there Is for radian [onldlng & Bollding Material 1 r rDub.
..!! COY"K MT. AC. acre. ___ I the decay of agriculture and
town
', + In. *>keOofjf
annln; an i the Increase of shop aDd factory life & Wareroom King opposite
'.. ..lJKS3iKttCrfB": ?* Motliern. tb dowager Empress Till An for orlertog Cannon StreetCharleston
.\:: ... .... ...... on P Y.4 In rhls Is oar *lnty a deplorable\ eltoatton.
'I tor ._a ,.. would keep their children i a Chinese editor flayed to desttbboald
YnM1lid ': thmu.h. Mum (e. rscel.e Who watch for the first What la John Bun going to do about It} "It Goes Right to the Spot. ] S. C. .
should msjehIleautlful
&tcr good health remember that be wro4l8poetrJ' ,
$kiitIifc Symptoms of worms, and remove them somebody When pain or Irritation exists on F
Jlm rltaM. I.oblldr"o' .
It enl .
with Whlte'a Cream Vermifuge. Now has discovered p.ut of the body, the application of Sash Weights Cord aii3 .
..... 1, m_...,... toDlo. It gets digestion ,
..,, "Safi,. r.- erri" beat e1Ipl'l'MloaIOfbIDC doing" rd's $now Liniment wilt fire( prompt
'. .. _. them that the Complexion
.,IOrm '" ""'m.. T P a their food doe. "
'b..1. work so that ...lief. 'It"OM right to the spot said
Bo14I1, at : It Is
i U"U &Co3SIa......f New York IItIce; d2II 23o at B. It. Wilson 4 Son.ay there I* nothing new even In slang.'robably our. his rheumatism. C. K. Smith that flu the pore of the skin
r 11&.0 w..bl.gt.a,no cANNER the expression "Get a gait on Propr. Smith House Tenaba. Texas, Th. best way to secure a clear complex Window and Fancy CHan i

advertisements rou" was used by Noah when bs was rites: "I bare used Ballartfs Snow loa. free from saHownes pimples, blot A SPECIALTY. ,
SALVE When answering Liniment in my family for several year ebe., etc., I* to keep the liver la good order. '
confer a tINt art.
Into
would
"'Oet h..""G ..|V. |B th.world. In these columns law the advt. In theweer ; Irrrlng the animal and have found It to be) a One remedy An occasional dose of Horblne will -.r

bT saying you mo doing r:1r"V.. cannot guarantee to publish 'for all ache and pains, and I recomm.ndIt manse the bowels, regulate the liver <'oley's Honey and Tar t:;. ;i
COAIT AbrocATE.: By office before and 600and aad establish a clear healthy eomlexlon. -
EST from terns that do not reach this It pain In the throat chen: so
heyr:Honey arid Tar ion will receive better attention pea on Thursday $1.00 at B. R. Wilson Son. We at D. R. Wilson and Son. tot' b.tI.I..Un. Noopltesa ,!

ds. prevents pncumoalm. tbe: adrertisers.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 2. 1903.
4
-.::::
JAMES. PRITCRABD, President; WM. M. Baowx, TO.,0,.D.
WAS IT A BLUNDER ? C. 8. Scinm.K, Cashier W. 8. BBASXIXG, Awt. r.ui, nteid'
e
ADVOCATE
EAST COAST VULGARITY OF THE SMART SET '

-- of Freslden INDIAN RIVER STATE
... The direct manner BAN1
..WBM1.T JOOBVAI DBYOTBD. TO,..TBB BITSOFMUT Roosevelt's action in the Beirut affair By Rev. Dr. Of AN RICHMOND BABBITT of New York
Of TUB IBD1AM &1. LAICSWOBTB
asa.IIIGAra..AT..OT1OBS.F0BUSRKD did not please the expert temporize COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
,. of the European chancel HERE are many ways to look at the selfish, wasteful

EVERY FRIDAY.OCABLIM lerles, and Is made the subject of T indecorous, baleful and often inane class of the so called Authorized capital, $IOOCc

.. sneering comments"by ex post facto I "mart set," who either seem to :MAKE A CRUSADE Paid up capital $40'
H. Wn.ToJr. Editor & PubllnbeDUcontlnuano. critics in this country. But was ia It Average deposits $150'OCO
THEMSELVES IN THE NEWS- 'NM
TO GET .
of adtru. DIost be mad. '" mistake? We now see that wbel -

"ally at Mill office or by writing.Oback Mr.Roosevelt ordered Admiral Cot PAPERS before the public or the newspapers makea ,- Transacts a General Baniit

ton and his warships to Beirut he crusade to get them, as enthusiasts impale butterflies for exhibi-
,. 4L.may be made paysbla to CMABLIH. acted Impulsively, upon the blundering '
Whichever it be the result is the same. The Business
W"'I.'I'OI
ted despatch. Our representative senseless class in the public imitates them, the sober, thinking class! ..-
In writing t>>the AIJVOCATB for Inform ,, Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rlrl
17" assassinated it i II Christian blushes for
kind,ttia writer will\ oblige by enclcnlog there was not ; has a pitying contempt for them, the earnest r tl
Won ow tny I
doubtful if shot at him Exchange bought and >old! or. (
a tainpml, Amerlcan'lpenon
So far as is known no ) 1
OFKICB-TUB RANT COAUT ADV(. or property interest has suf ARISTOCRACY OF AMERICA AND EUROPE LAUGHS r.trooageappreclated. '

CATK IUM opened.n ollloe at404..tlaotlo..nu., fered. In the recent riots no foreigner AT THEM. .y. I treatment. a and.. tanking favor. con.Uta"graoiaCORRESPONDENTS \irvative "
Bocton wbloh will b*In charge of Mr. ClaOl,1eO. victim '
or a participantThere
was a
.Walton. THE AMOUNT THEY SPEND ON THEIR DINNERS ON THEIR + :
has been no attack on Amer Seaboard National! Bank of Xo.
sbol BALLS, ON THEIR'" AUTOMOBILES DRESSES AND YACHTS IS VULGARLY "-" I Rational Bank of Jacksoivllle, r\\! Pmt,
,... to leans, barring the mysterious
communication
444 all
CROWD. "
ASTONISH THE
CIPHERED OUT
.rITUSVILLE.
EAST WANT ADVOCATE at the vice-counsel, which has not FLA.

TlTu8Y.......LOalD" been shown to have been fired wits I 1 1I '

.. _. .. deliberation or to have signified
.
- --- FUEL AND SUPPLY
-
--- SOUTHERN
--- - GREATESTBy COMPAN
any hostility the United States AMERICAN NAVY IS THIS
O. 8.Department of Agriculture On the other hand there is the probability .

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla of the that the arrivalof
case Naval
LORD BRASSEY British AuthorityliT Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
the squadron made matters worm Cement
The follow!UK is a comparative statement in the town between the nativeChrl.tlan is only a question of time when the fleets of the
of temperature and rainfall forth *
Since
and Mussulmans. .
week ending Tuesday,Bept. 22, 1903. United States will be raised to the first rank. Po-
and Sidewalk
th Vitrified
they were all Turkish subjects, Paving BrickOffices
1903 -1902- : ,,,
.
DATE MAX.- MIW. MAX. Min American admiral could not interfere :: :; : tentially the United States is already INCOMPARABLY "

23JS4 H3 7:1: CO 7:1: to stop their fighting even if THE GREATEST NAVAL POWER foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xo.

i 25 84 84 (01)I!) 87 87 74 77 their brawl had lasted a month IN THE WORLD. She has the greatest resources J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.;

:27 2O 87 80 75 74 88 88 78 74, The episode illustration appears of to the be an wrong excellent and it is only a question of policy with her. If it came toa

asan 8.'l: 73 ''S 110> 77 way to do the right thing. But the question of competition you have greater resources than we have.

: Total rainfall 85 for 77 the week 1)0 0.3:1 7tt: worst that can be said of PresidentRoosevelt's Germany has been pushing her navy, with the result that her E. C. JOHNSON .
action is that he did
Departure from normal rainfall for tbe naval ambition with other causes has caused an exceedingly strained
week: minus 2.0rt inches. Departure the right thing with blundering
from normal rainfall since January 1, impetuosity. And the blunder condition of German finances. Russia has been living on loans Groceries and Fresh Meats

plus 6.01 Inches.UAL. P. IIABDIK Observer- would have been no blunder at all from France, but she cannot borrow any more, and anarchy is rife 4

-. -- if the news on which the President in that country. France haa reached her limit. of all kinds.
'----- -
acted had been true.
t THE Louisiana Purchase Expos. Retrenchment is the cry there. ALL THIS 4 Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

M ttion covers two square miles; 1,2.0 PENSION EXPENDITURES.It WILL TEND TOWARD DISARMAMENT. ; .,.' Hail Orders Receive Prompt Attenton.GO'C70 .

acres. It la larger that the Chicago, These expensive armaments are THE GREATEST 1a FLA.

Omaha Buffalo and Paris exposit. last the and in Great n __.
seems likely that: at CURSE OF EUROPE, we

ion combined. acme of pension expenditures hay Britain have about reached the limit ourselves.The .
been reached by the United States z Lumber and Building i Materia 1
s trial of Lteutenant-Governoi government. The point has been breaking point has been reached in France,
Tara
I reached which was declared to be Germany and Russia. These countries are staggering
James II. Tlllman for the murder Sash Doom and Blinds Brick Lime and Cement Nails and Builder
of Editor Gonrale in Columbia, 8. :I reached 20 years ago by Garfield along with an awful load. We have great Hardware, MASURY'S HOUSE PAINTS F. W. BIRD A ON'S!

C., began at Lexington, S. C., this Blaine and Butler. That is to say, hope that in the near future Great Britain and the United States PAROII ROOFING AND SdEATHINO PAPERS.
...In the course of nature the pension. Orders filled promptly. Write us for entlmateH.
week. Tlllman is defended by ten will find it for their joint interests to act more in harmony. We
who will try to save hit era of the Civil War are passing EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
lawyers,
than claimants time. General Office at Eau Gallle. Pla.
away faster new '\ire coining nearer all the
neck from thlt hemp.IhPREIEKTATIVEIJ the Com- Yards at ;EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILI.E, FORT PIERCE and West Palm BeHodges
appear. According to Our relation with China and the home government of China
missioner of Pensions, the number
and for mist be for nianv years to come a subject of deepest moment to
: in Congress liaadropped from 1,001,197 July
Senators now receive a salary of 1892, to 091,830 for July 1903, and ho world. Certainly if the United States and Great Britain act & O'Kara,

$5,000 a year, but It is said there I in I the expenditures from over $142000,000 ,. nyether: it will he for the mutual advantage of both and conducive ...Manufacturers and DealersIn.| ..
a quiet movement on foot to In. to 137000000. Pension- .
fivil'/; f'rili.
crease their compensation to $7,500 era are disappearing from the rolls Rand CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUNGE
a year The argument in favor of at the rate of over 40,000 a year, .THE ft *N CZAR'S MOVEMENTS. YOU WILL FIND, WILL BE Dressed

the increase Is that the cost of living and not even the recruits to the --'T'' Q"A'LOWER' WHEN HE FINDS THE UNITED STATES Orange Box !Mends Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings.\ /: Shingles/: ,ek t
has vastly increased since the rolls from the Spanish-American .'" ..r..".4 iN TOGETHER. Mill and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices dellren,
to of tbe State. Address: Hodges O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff f:
fixed and with any part
War keep
veterans can
present salary figure was pace -- - --- -- -- -- ---- -- ----- -- .
that a Congressman; could then live : this charge of death. No countryIn ,,a..aJ.er.atp..age.rr.atClrTIIE --
better on $5,000ayearthan he now the world has been so generous The Oldest EHtabllRbMl Grain and Seed House m' 'be 8'111

can on $7,000 a to its soldiers, their widows and ; ---
OF FLORIDA.
UNIVERSITY
year.- their children as has this. When ,
I \.7V"ro. A.,EO"\Lrs: & 0
Lincoln spoke for him who had EXCLUSIVELY FOR MALES.) :

TUB Ont shipment of Floridaoranges borne the brunt'of the battle in Twentieth Year. Beginning Sept. 22, 1903.
went north last week by the nation's wounds the SEEDS
binding up I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN ,
the Clyde liner Apache. There ,
republic responded with a generosity SEVEN FOUR-YEAR COt1RSKN-Agrloultoral.\ ChemlntryCivil Englneorlnir,Meotmnlcal
Were 1,600 boxes in the shipment, in There Engineering; ,General9eleoce.Latin ScI.Dce,CI..lcs. Two,..ant'coons In !
history.
and from Manatee coun. unparalleled Mmihanlo Art. One jrenr't oonnw In Hu.in..n s or Stenography: and Tyi ewrlting. A Flour Grits Meal\ and Fertilize
they came have been gross abuses of the pen- Coarse of one or two yean,u required I.for tl-one desiring such iirenara- ,
It is reported that most of Preparatory online of Ave week.*In Agriculture or Hortloultur IOHtUrmiluateooiirnei I FLA.
1 ty. lion system, but,in the main it has are aloo l olTered. I 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE,
them were green, and many of them been the free will offering from a The ilonnltorlm' are under the Immediate nn rvliilon of Instructors, who make
were windfalls, having been blown every effort to Infuse Into the ntudenuanpirlt wblrh load to hitch; mental,moral. and Alft.. tor Purina Feed.Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant Sit
rateful nation to its protectors.Were phvalcal development Fine Oywn..lnnlRellulatl. and correc\l..jf.mo..tle. re
off the trees by the recent hurri Congress to adopt the suggestion quired of all itudenu. Fine modern. bullillnga and Unit claa equipment. I ,,

cane. The IndIcations are that the of tbe Grand Army of the
orange shipping season will be In Republic and established a service TUITION FREE TO FLORIDA STUDENTS. NO FEES. I P. Ruhlmazi & Co.

full blast in another week. pension, probably the pension list For Catalogue,adfl,.,,..,

would be swelled by a great many T.H. TALIAFERRO, C. t, Ph. D,, President, Lake City, Fla. 261 Washington St. )l NEW YORK.
million dollars. But as it stands, 93 Murray Street. J N. Y.
PEOPLE should understand thata
the climax has been reached and
is printed for the sole
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purpose of carrying the news of Florida
the day, says an exchange. It Is Lire &II YOU A. ,Pineapples
No danger of consumption If you
sticK of or editor
a poor a reporter Folej's Honey and Tar to cure that stub-
who will listen to personal grievances born oough. Hold by B.K.Wilson & Son. OUR SI'L iXAI.TY.
r and permit himself to be Influenced '

by personal friendship or FOR ALL KIND OK! JOB PRINTING Boat Builder Owner ? We represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish torepn
The office and or
family matters. newspaper remember the ADVOCATE ot you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30) yean.
Ulan who is influenced by any degree do not fall to send us a share your
of sentiment to suppress what work. We will please you.

is news has no business to be engaged ESTABLISHED 1870.

t in the business.A -If You Are, Buy One OfWalton's -

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Pensacola mother overheardher You Never Needed A 00001TVPEWRITER ,

daughter and her sweetheart
Patent Tools.
planning to elope, and went about : Calking 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

f to stop it, says an exchange. By .
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a license and summoned the Invaluablelto Boatbullders and Owners of Boats.In .
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that Is constructed thatIt
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able the folks.
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The MotorHas
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r to comprehend the true inslgnlfl-, : PITTSBURQVISIBLEWhen

canoe of the term "subsidized" as

applied to a newspaper. When it anyone tells you different Z Five Thousand Sold. demonstrat
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r is fair to infer that it is sustainedby they're telling yon black Is white. its superiorityovall

invisible means. There are a the
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number of such sheets in Florida, Send for one of our booklets. J Price $4 and $8 each. 'other for

which can easily be Identified by waters.

their eagerness to pose as benefactors
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-- 1VI.A. JE3R: <>S.
Kitchen entartaint weather Is .
Waller. glorious barring a few Mr. Poppell was home from Jensen
'friend.1. at flinch, Thursday million mosquitoes. Subscriptions for the AnvOt1 TIC,
gtJ Sunday. He can now tell you all about
ice the pick paper of the East Coast, will be WHOLESALE GROCERS
111. F. B. Richards, wife and two children making received at the Melbourne Postoffloe.

public Agatha Thomas will be have been enjoying a ten days' visit at E. J. Traynor who has been visiting "

Stuart. friends In New Jersey for the past two ,
RICHARD W. OOODK -Real Kntnto Notaryi'datto
Cher ID charge Miss Reba LeTourneau returned Thurs months, returned a few days ago and anti ('' : +r. Kent for Anna Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner
1
Parke' residence Is well under day from a very pleasant visit to West will garden at White City again this I.lveninal and.Ixindiinand Fire i niolw IninraDce,Hmtfonl" Com amProvlclenoa .

I Ii rue iower frame work la finished Palm Beach. winter as he has done for several years panto Special W..hllljton attention paid to the Interest

,novelty tiding U on. Oeo. Cureton has been here for a week past.Mrs. *ot non-resudent.. Bay and Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
carload of Dutton arrived home from Virginia
received a recuperating after rather a :.

*,JumbeUDd Woodward shedding|ath this on week hlaBesseyfplneary. which perlence In Cuba. trying eJ ,for where the past she bas three been months.visiting She relatives Is- DR Tuesday T.. A. PIC1IK-l'RVllt"f.\1I and, Mnlbnurne.Friday afternoons.Jeau Halllu Ann ,SPKOKONRMlilenne Sunday. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

used for Mrs. Chas. Campbell and two children delighted: to get back although she hadt I

of Miami have been visiting relatives very pleasant time while away but thereIs I Mr. Shave of Eau Gallle was In town PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
Fish Co. have a force here for a week or more. like homo.
Coast no place
.last bulldinira new wharf.pec7tobe Sunday. /Seed Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season

i\/ shipping 6ah III two Master Edward U. LeTourneau left People will always go whore there Is The new addition to the Metoalf buildIng --We solicit consignments of Fruits and VegetablH.c ).
Tuesday morning for DeLand to resume some attraction. 'he following from. 1s a great improvement
M weeks. his studies at Stetson University.Rev. Jensen /Sunday were In White City) : Mr. _
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Frank of Crescent wa )'
City
left Tuesday morning for Stokes and Master Willis Hall 0. Gautler
L I Tradalla F. W. Weatherwax will conduct son late at the McBride house.
BomTin Washington, D. C. Mrs. services next Sunday at the Christensen, Ira Lamont G. R. Poppell, a guest Eau Gallie.A. : I
I?,has been with us a year and has Eden Congregational church.morning John Potter and W. Jonea. Come again Allen Campbell of Roseland-'was the \ '
::Sunday
|tof t Wends here. /School at 10 o'clock. friends. guest of Hotel Bellevlew this week. J

Lures, have the all down Tbe annual meeting of our club was CbRS. T. McBride Is again making R. Hodgson paid n business visit to

sir! new dock and half of the dock Miss tennis Alice Holmes"gave a very"pleasant held Saturday evening at which the following more room In his store to rind space to Melbourne lieach ou Wednesday last

If The new bulkhead will be twice Friday to a number party at of her:(strath'ern, last officers were elected or rather put in his 4 irge fall stock. A social dance on last Saturday evenIng t ,
young friends re-elected as there was only one changeIn ; was well attended by our .
young peo-
JMoftbeoldone.lv among whom were Edward II. and Reba the entire staff: D. E. Austin president Mr Oveistreet, of Jacksonville and

Cox soliciting agent for the LeToiirneau of this place. ; H. Larson vice-president; A. La- .'rankVooten., of Cocoa were pleasant ple. .
EsvreK8 Co., was here Wednes- visitors Melbourne! Monday. Sam Martin of Melbourne was In Elm
,:era MIMI Una Miller had a charming birth mont, secretary ; II. Knudersnn treasurer .
and local
call1ult (PD the growers P. Harmon door keeper E. J. Tray Gallle Tuesday last in one of his new
day surprise last evening In tbe ; ; Melbourne needs a number of throb
J,Stanley Kltchlng.ll. form of'a party In which about twentyof I nor and H. Brady trustees. class five room cottages. Letters Inquiring launches. "

[ Seville Is planting out an acre of the youuic people participated. The for such come in dally. Who Is going The Wynan's boat house will soon be ; to

loiiles, by way ol recreation beforelimr party was held station agent for F. Richard and Mltw Uni In Gallle.
his duties as wait completely Ban
Rail suipitsed.Our J. A. Hoke Jr., and his sister, Mis suffering from any eye defects or weak
Florida East Coast way. Mattie came up from Miami on Monday; The Methodist social on Saturday evenIng sight/ call at my now well-appointed optical ,
Ldlnir Elder Ful wood and wife were school children ai., not at "lIlu Arthur Jennings has been afflicted for a few days visit with relatives and netted a aloe little sum for the Institute. Special complete lense i

Lt visitors this week. Bro. Ful- love with connolldaiiun up t.date. Some with mumps. We hope soon to hear of friends in Melbourne. church fund. grinding outfit In connection. 1Dee.
and at of them leave homo at seven In the e
evening
his
preached morning last Sunday. morning and return at five. They think speedy recovery. The sad news reaches friends here Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McNabb of E. II. ARMSTRONG

|eihidist church : of striking/ for shorter hours. The trouble The Infant son of Frank Depew Is ill. that Mrs. George Barnes died at Sanlbel Youngstown 0., are expected to be withus 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fla. i'

r,Platt has purchased a residence Is "lth tbe diminutive specimens of Dr. Platte was called In. It was decided Florida a few days ago. The bereaved next winter.

km E. fetypmann and will\ build a horse flesh which are trying to draw that Dr. Hughlett be notified to come to family have our heart felt sympathy Miss Florence Hodgson killed a large

luce In the near future. Mr. Platt untila I' that heavy wagon and its weight of: St. Lucie. Post Master Goode has done sway rattle snake on the grounds of PineWood Rockledge.

Jr oted Morris Johns' cottage twenty or more rugged children. There Mrs. Alice Harbin of Fort Pierce with the woodeD platform front of tile Lodge last. weak.

build. will have to be a change or the was an agreeable caller In St. Lucie last post office and replaced It with one of
ft will have two schools here this for the Prevention of Cruelty to Chip Wednesday. Mrs. Harbin is a well known brick and cement which is a great Im E. Splller Is expecting his family from \Mr.' E. C. Cook has finished the woodwork ,

|betides the public school Mrs. ren will step In. Those horses will have novelist and l an able writer. provement. Messrs. Fred Prang and Olean N. V., shortly. They will spend In the cottage of Mr. Ueo. linker. 4''
the winter In Lan Gallle.
teach a private school at her to grow in size or numbers before anoth Claude lieaujean have done the work
IT will
We were recently informed that the Mr. E. C. Cook and daughter El ma, +
er month rolls around. .
Mrs. school The schooner owned the East
Haney's by
i on avenue D. sands were tilling In tbe new Inlet andso well.Most large and the baby left for visit with Mrs. f
n nmnnlng two months and la it appeared but the big blow carried of the business houses and homo Coast Lumber and Supply Co., is being Rook's parents at Waukeenah Fla., on ,
iz'aubstantial support from our DANGER IN FALL COLDS'-Fall out most of the debris which, was most- In Melbourne are neatly kept but there overhauled and painted. Thursday of this week. ,
colds are liable to hang on all winter few which need paint and If the ,
0110 ly sea An Investigation last Sunday are a Workmen are now engaged on the new
leaving the seeds of pneumonia, bronchi grass. would paint them they might Mrs. H. Travis and I family returned P
loads us to thick It Is wider than It owners residence of Albert Mather The house
ioNCHITIS FOR TWENTY Years tis or consumption. Foley's Honey and it not be deep. then find a market for those that are fronts Houston street. From HondersonvllUt, N. C., to their .,
Minerva Smith of Danville III., Tar cures quickly and prevents serious was, though may very on home at Cocoa after having spent the

,: "I had bronchitis for twenty results. It is old and reliable tried and -------- New Fall goods are arriving at our various summer very pleasantly. ''" ,

I and never got relief until I used tested safe and sure. Contains no opiates places of business weekly. A !good Paxton and returned ,1 :
I1 and Tar which is a sure and trade Is merchants.T. Joseph family ,
Honey will not cormMpate. Sold by ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE anticipated by our '
and EAST COAST home from <(<'tuners Head H. (J., last
Wilson Son.
hold B. K. B. Wilson &
by R. Son, Titusville. '
J. Shave & Son will construct a Thursday nftoihooii after having spent i
road to LAke Wellington or Indian most of tho summer at that place.Mrs.

Jensen. Tibbals. Fields the Interest of their turpentine Geo. (U njrnll returned to her i:

i- /I/ riL-1 business. borne from llenflernonvllln, N. C., where

__ : '- Eau Gallle has a full school nearly all she and her children passed the summer

!I. Ireland Is expected to arrive at A very heavy electrical storm passed l the seats are occupied by permanent pu They reached home. lust Hunday after- ,ItS'' .

l very goon, from his northern out- over this section on Monday last. The pils. Mr. Itheblnder Is giving universal noon. ht

air Is the better for It and we were greatly satisfaction t
tire U. I.. and children who
Geiger
tit builders In this in hopes It would condescend to remove / ,
a few ship came J. E. Horn and family have moved to have been at Wrenn <41a., for the summer }
houseboat in its wake of our unpleasant
1 to work on the large many ,
the last
Tropic for winter season. Mr Horn returned Thursday afternoon
J apt R. D. Hobe Is building. visitors the pesky mosquitoes\ for
the Iteber the had
which we really have no use.We occupied cottages during buying a very pleasant summer
|f.Geo. H. Boutelle arrived the lat- summer months. among friends and relatives.
week his are well pleased to learn that Frank
tof last to take up posit
Vaddlsoti "
Mr. Poison of Fort Pierce
the school. He is stopping at Waters is now pleasantly located as a ..4..; ; was visiting !\II'. and Mrs., Paddlsou ou HPKNT MOUR THAN fIlJU-W.1() I '

|I Fresco hotel student of tho Richmond Commercial Sunday last. Mr. Portion Is always a Maker of i'lalnvlew, Neb., writes: "My!
College, in Savannah Oa. He Is deserving wife suffered from lung trouble for tlf-
a Nettle Jones arrived here last Fri- welcome visitor In Eau Gallle.
Irom and painstaking and Is bound to succeed teen years. She tried a number of doctors -
tin Waycross Ga., to take her and we shall surely hear good reports John Simmons and family have rented and spoilt over tltXK( without relief.
She
in the school as assistant. of him. So many of our young the residence of Mr. John Mathla for She became very low and lost all hope.

plug at the Al Fresco hotel. people are now away that our streets the winter months Mr. Mathls and family A friend recommended Foley's honey .

L Mcl.eaa, one of the tomato kings seem decidedly desolate. !having moved over to Tropic for the and Tar and thanks to this great remedy

Jed oil here to shake hands with Rev Mr. Sawyer has had a forty barrel winter months. It .avedhenlife. /She enjoys hotter health
l friends. He looks well from r N ryu _. lion known il"
she in
ny galvanized steel water tank placed on -- ----" -- than ten ten years.

ummor's outing up In the moun- his plantation in lieu of the one recently NEVER ASK ADVICK When you : Refuse siibatltiit. /Sold by.WIIMon. son.

|of I North Carolina. demolished. J. T. Waters constructed i ly* < I have a cough or cold don't ask what Is I f

>,S. Park, the owner of the popular the hugh frame for Its support also I wo i I Ii good. for It and get some medicine with
South
'co hotel, arrived home this week connecting all piping with. good substantial > little or DO merit and perhaps dangerous.Ask Rockledge.The ,

Hi blcago. He is very much Improv- plumbing. Later on It la the Inten- for Koley's Honey and Tar the '
ythe recreation and outing. His tion of the owner to enclose and cover greatest throat an J lung remedy. It cures Are

|.expected to arrive soon. the same which will make of it an at- coughs end colds quickly. Wilson A. Son. their munlo"skents"this week.entertaining us with "t.I

tractive well as a useful building and Nd cn'e '
new school wagon arrived last very materially add to the general appearance Miss Cornelia Magnifier returned from Vi.
They are very pretty and sub- of tbe place. Indianola. Oak Illl! and will remain at borne for '.
111, allowing a display of skill and awhile. '
work, the and we'll all takea OF JOB PRINTING. .. .
All are highly pleased with "Walt for wagon ALL KINDS .
liud we feel proud that they were Mile" is the morning song of many Miss Louisa Canatta of Georgians Is We are pleased to see Mr Joe radon -. 3

la tbe couoty. Robt. E. Mime, jr., young Tibballtes just at this time, for NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICEOF vlulling Mrs J. M. jtusville built them. at 7:30: a. m. the wagon makeslts appear home again.A .
TITUSVILLE. Mr. and Mrs J. D. of Sanford
ance and seven juniors are borne away THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Vlnson "
t Opening of the public school at to be returned at 4:30 p. m. What along ,_._ are the guests of Mr. J. K. Field. Mr. party of Turpentine men are look- +
o took place Monday Sept. 28th. for the and what .--- ---- ---- ------ -------- ---------- Vlnson is a niece of Mrs.\ Field's. Ing over the timber between here and fil ,
along
day
J i1 was stormy, and the mosquitoesvery youngsters for sale or rent as no one wants a ding; Lake Washington to ascertain If there Is "
for the homes. Tet there Is the
day ) Fort Pierce.Heavy Mrs. 0 Andrlx and son, Harry, returned -
bad, but the school opened at building at price. ;, a sufficient! amount to set up a still M
any J
where there Is
best success competition last Saturday:! after a pleasant summer -
9ra lOur, with an attendance of 67 pu- and In consolidating the schools In this The schooner M.ryB. Capt. Hamilton pent In and near Columbus, O. I C. II. Hlbbs Is hauling a large quantity ,

Superintendent R. E. Mime, vicinity by uniting In one central schoolat winds have prevailed here the from Jensen arrived here Tuesday. i of very nice llgbtwood/ posts) to par'I
jrownt, at the oprnlng. C. H. Raoey Jensen thus giving larger; numbers to lout day or so. Capt. Hamilton has rented the Beach Miss Mamie May who has been spendIng ; ties) north of HocIcledge. lie has to go-
fm Hogg and others the summer vacation with Miss\ Katie ,
were present. for much about five miles to them.
the enterprise we hope greater and his get
family are now getting
f Iml did their service and brought and mental those \Mrs. C. T. MoCarty of Ankona, wasa cottage Cleveland of Merrltt returned to De-
Industry progress by nicely settled In their new home. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Roulon after j
Pupils from Eden this advantage. Great pleasant visitor In town Wednesday. Land Monday to resume her duties as
|ut a hitch. Prof.laBoutel and that are given this In be- What has" become of our new street! assistant teacher In the Practice schoolat spending a pleasant week with Mr. and
obstacles are overcome In day W. T. Moore representing 8wlft 4:
Jones Mrs. It, r.. Johnson started for Philadelphia
Would It be well It Stetson
L were at their respective to enable mower? not to use University "
half of the rising generation Co. of Jacksonville was visiting our
will take the '
.theHag" before the weeds and sand Wednesday They 4 !
raised
was and the childk now
spurs
them to embrace opportunity for \ C. of/St. Louis and '
> their seats. The every merchants Wednesday. take the town Melbourne has always Mrs. Lannlll : great Ht. Johns river to Jacksonville then via
|med In morning was securing thorough; education. We sincerely niece, little Lila Smith of !Macon Ua", Clyde line. Mr. Roulon took a trip to-
grading the pupils and the trust the trial will prove satisfactory The Rev. Tompkles assisted by Mr. bad the credit of being one of the best are guests of Mrs. J. K. Field. Mrll.l.an.IlI' .
'an was consumed In speaking by Myers of Daytona are holding revival kept towns on the Coast let us keep up Lake Helen on Monday to investigate
| and grand results be the Issue. vlnlt was a andpleasure
E, great surprise the onxs.ivn. there and Is well pleased
** Mims B. F. 'Hull Judge meetings which are being well attended. our good name. very ,
to her sister Mrs. Field ccthey
Hardee Rod otbers. There was a Mrs. E. J. Lace entertained the Tib wltb the quality.
tlendance last In B. Raulerson and Mrs. W. C. : had not neon each other for over _
of pupils but owing to bale Country Club, Thursday a Mrs. K. -
corny weather the program wu very happy manner. Among those pres- Rawllnson returned Wednesday night/ A DOZEN TIMES A NltlHT.- thirty one years. Confessions of u I'rlcMtt

med out as was Intended, and the ent from out of town were Mr. and Mrs. from their summers outing In North Mr. Owen, Dunn of Denton Kerry W. Itev. E. N. Bell a former pastor here
r of a cut short as the H. B. Ransom of Jacksonville who were Carolina. Vs. writes: "I have had kidney andblJder but now pastor of the Baptist ohuroh at Rev. Jat). S. Cox, of Wake Ark.,

urns In torrents The school Is a spending a short time In our midst as Mrs. G. S. Hlne left for Daytona Tuesday ; trouble for years and It becameso it. Augustine was the guest[ of Mr.\ writes "For 12 years I suffered' from {

tucceM 10 far, and the children guests of our postmaster. This is Mr. to be perhaps, all winter. bad that I was obliged to get up at Wm. Sanders t.blll week and very kindly Yellow lanndloa. I consulted a numberof t
away
guy pleased with their new teach- and Mrs. Ransom's first visit here. They Mrs. floe will be sadly missed by a host least a dozen time. a night. I never received consented to preach for us Tuesday pbislolans and tried all sorts of men-

he Dew school building and the expressed themselves as very happily friends here. any permanent benefit from any evening. lIe "was greeted by a good cines but got no relief. Then I began 1
,i. The writer has never, seen a disappointed in Tibbals and Its surroundings of I medicine until 1 tried Koley's Kidney ,. sized and appreciative audience who tbe use> of Electric!: Hitters and foal thatI !

jot of I school boys and girls at having heard from what they considered Al. Snellgrove left Wednesday night Cure. After, using two bottles, I am were all very glad to see and listen to am now cured of a disease that bad ;q,
-It I lad It I. expected that there will any a reliable source that It was a for St. Augustine\ being telegraphed cured." Sold:! by B. R. Wilson A Son. him once more, and after the service to me In Its grasp for twelve year" If ',re.

progress. poor country with nothing to recommend that his father bad just died. He has U W W BMM MBBMB extend a hearty welcome to him. you want a reliable medicine for liver lit '

In fact the soil would not even our deepest sympathy and kidney trouble stomach disorder or e. f
tTCH white beans. This was quite discouraging Georgiana.Mrs. general debility"get Klectrlc Hitters. It's oj,
THE grow and bride arrived St. .
KID EY8."-"-When his visit A. T. Weaver A Love Letter. guaranteed by all druggist Only OOo. ..sTITUSVILLE'8 .
to Mr. Ransom as '
.
betrected.1' life is in danger,'! says Lucie Tuesday night./ They Intend moving J "
the was more on the pro pec ting order than Ft. Pierce In a few days which Would not Interest von If you're look'
Fete9s /great English phy- to A. L. Bruner and daughter MI. 'y r
that of mere pleasure as his real estatepossessions home. Wa lug for a guaranteed salve for sores,
future
their TRAINS.
will make .
Kidney Cuss makes Beth, spent ...:!& day with Uncle
kid in this locality consists of wish burns piles. Otto Dodd. of
or Ponder
ney.. Sold by Wilson A: Son. them a long life of happiness and and Auntie Hughes, Wednesday -
several acres of land with desirable river prosperity.The Mo., writes: suffered with an ugly The following are the times) of arrivaland ,
frontage. Both Mr. and Mrs. Ransom Mr. Lyman's grandson who came sore for a year, but a box: of Bucklen's departure of passenger trains to and d v
Waveland.) decided It was a case of "sour grapes," Stetson house under the able with him for a short visit, returned to Arnica Salve cured me. It Is the best from Titusville: c''!

and hoped to be soon able to numbertbemael.e. management of Mrs. Stetson opened up his home in Kenosba, WIs., last Friday. salve on earth:i 3.1o at all drug stores. OOTHBOOHD. "I
much Mr. and Mrs. Stetson and
residents of this Wednesday.
school as J. W. Bruner took his team across Leaves Tltus..llle for Miami and 1:M p mIntcnuadUM e
months
should them a have been North several J
opened Monday with a slandered city. We give family polnu at 10 JM p ni fit 1
New Found harbor and done Are You North
n Going
!, with Prof.Boutelle and right royal welcome and consider that enjoying a well earned vacation. We are some plowIng OBTHBOUIID. '
ewe Jones as teacher we bad gained an acquisition. Mr. Ran- glad to have them back hems again. for Mr. Jamea, at llortl, last Thurs LsvelltaavilheforJea.onvlll* ea2rm: ;

r 0", some Is an esteemed member of "Uncle day. Get your ticket. over the Clyde Line, and InunuwllaM polnu at J 1:14: p ID in
till$to Munich bas gone to Sam's" numerous family being in regn- and Tar core coughs H. K. Hughes and wife were visiting from Jacksonville to New York. Tltn.Tllle for "," 1 :-OS s.m '
forte attend the East Florida lar service In postal employment. cods and doney ) pneumonia. Takeno at Dr. Witt/eld's, Grandma Monson'sand CHAS. H. WALTOX Agent/ Arrive Tltosvlll from Sanford l2eo: p.. U
was tbe and prevents THu.vlfio
hip winner of tberecentlrol1l F. W. Munaon's, Thursday of last Flew
this substitutes B. R. Wilson A Son.
county to that week.
Saves Two From Deatb. Some Special Offers. fit
Frank Kaywood Indian Territory DrBJ'lntt. ,
elllld
f had an almost fatal -
illar rapidly filling up with "Our little daughter cough and bronchitis Hade County Land For Sale. Is stopping with J. W.Brnnar for a week 4f
/ f.cos of old friends and ao- attach" of whooping W. K. Havtland of or two, helping to build a stable cow DRying or banting of all! Ind. promptly The Florida Frnlt"and Truck Grower r

''If ', Every train Brings wrlte.lIlra. when all other stall and wagon shad. attended to. Meat all train*. Baal- the new monthly Journal devoted e.peo.
elora home "but
all glad to beat Armonk, N. Y., the northeast attended to. the Interests of the fruit and
to -
-II th e life with For sale, cheap quarterof ness promptly icily vegetable
ROOd failed we saved her Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach bar Sun
old town of Waveland. remedies Onr niece' southeast quarter of section 8, township W. B. EsoLisn, Titusville. grower of the State Is published!
both morning and
Dr. King's; New Discovery. 41 east close to day evening. Ip- at Ocala at $1 copies lOc.
Broke In an advancedstage I 38, south of range ; worth League meeting before the a year. Single t
even
bad consumption
Into HIs lIoUle.t1 who medloiueanT O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on For a limited time a six months trial
this wonderful
also need ing service Everybody has a cordial To Musician
aQninn 40 will be sent to ne".n btklribers -
acres. subscription
River
Lucie ;
of well. Desperate St Invitation to attend.
E f bus Cavendish Vt., was today she Is perfectly toUr Also the northeast quarter! of northeast for 2.1 cenU. Or both the Fruit and
diseases yield
eI Ch roolc castom&r7: health by *- throat and lung to no other 'Barter of section IS, township 88, School did not begin this waek. Miss A baritone born for sale nearly) nw; Truck Grower and Semi-Weakly Times-
,,5ogUP aon. Whenhcs King's. New Discovery Infallible for coughs south of range 41 east; on Booth fork of Alice Sanders decided to got to college cost '2 .oo; will sail for U.OO.. Can b* Union for 11.23. Or with the Tbrlce-p-

ouLate.S1U broke'loto hu medicine on earth.and $1.00 bottles guaranteed St. Lncle River;40 acre. Apply! toCHAS. Instead of teaching. It was reported sn at the store of Week World of New York both one year
!arelouw arreaW aDd now and oolda. boo bottles H. WAZ.TOJT, that MUs O'Brien would teach bat she J.R. WALK fc Co., for 1.3.1.L .
Trial ]
: &t all) drug They're guaranteed by all druggl Tltusvilla, Fla. did not come Monday to open school. Tltuivllle, Fla. J. BRUMBY, Pub Ocala,

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A Golden Ruleof Mole s..Inn. Foalilomabl For Gown. Florida East CoastLOCAL R.

Ermine Loilnic Ground.
Agriculture:
Madam will, have to pay more for

Be good to your land and your crop her furs this year than ever before TIME: CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28
will be good, Plenty of
and to buy a bit of sable Is a privilege '

that only millionaires' wives can enjoy OUTNBOUHO-READ DOWN. NO THBOUOjD .
AEAPNaa9
PotashFree nays the New fork Press. The demand Ma29 -

{ for fashionable furs is unprece q Tatl}, Dany. STATIONS. SB N';nLr.
UaF
dented. Moreover fur will be won on __ aallr.

I l / evening gowns a fashion that prevailed y 9pN f OOP 411. .............Jaok vtf..lI. ".....,.. ; --
and quantity in the hard Mrs. Astor >!S i I 01811 .................SojMksonYllle........... Alaatst.l., 8. OOr
Jr 4' .1.1teat. .
twenty years ago. ; I'' H paf04fa.. .... ...... ..8t. l1gn.t.1f1e. Dtp
Write us and 1 anticipated this decree of the fashion -c:5 Jo.U 81 a ".+................. 1I.a'lIlIa.: .............." i.17t"ale I p
we will end you, and last. at her ball she II: t: 13 .U 411.. .....E. Palatka. ......."". I. tl,
Jrte, by next mail, experts year ,..Zlll. P I. Ar.Palacka.. ... 11..4 111
our money winning wore emerald velvet with peignoirs ..O /46 11 Lr_ ._..._. ._....._..._...._ .._\ _" .._.. ._..._.. .._ _'. 1..810 Ad_ ":6 0
books. J edged/ with sable. Another woman of -c ma .... ... A/.B.." Maiej.......,, L I IZ
tiI II: '
1' : ., ... ..... .....
fashion. Lady Uache Cunard wore an ? II A JO a Lr. .. Ban Mateo ..." Arf .. ",,,I,
I GERMAN KALI WORKS, -c 6j.Pe.1300PLr..r: .............. Boas.... .. ..... .. ... Lv. lDDJ
93 PMMII Strati, ermine mantle with her evening gown to .0 f IPf1998p.................... ullneU.. k............. i 41 ''1f..1! tlpp
Mew York. / and the Countess di Cnitellane's table 0.,. ...j aojo aU .'p ....................>.Diiponc...........". ... H 611; c 111peCC.
her < : .1 6 e Ii p............. .....Ormnnil ................"..".. "I" .
f stole never was dropped from "'oC .1158- e S Y. ..............,.....Daytona .. ............... .4\ 1Ci 08pPPP
rI shoulders at the opera Heads of animals I It sa p ..... .. .......FortOranK" Dip
0 Uti) C I 00 OSp ....... ..........New Smyrna,, .. .17"1'1 t Mp
will be used for this trimming !UII: .............. a !
Rey o t10a e l 6P..........".........flak. Hill. ... ; i 3- "I 2 lip
and It Is said a pretty woman at Martenbnd !: -c .10 51... II Up. ................... Tltimnlltt ,.............. ::, ;; : i
.a I
startled the fashionable world J!. () .:1 sap a l Up......................O.>eo".................. .. .9 2 2 PIIJII
: t11fO'p f. 10J> ....................RooklenVnXauUalUB( .... .............. l". '.1 '
by wearing the head of a mink in her OwO5 la a. 05 ....................:!: ................. f:9Aal j
I ti r fV -JJslCUs a .131 ..,... .. ..........Mel l>niirna........... .. .... s M".iaooPI
e hair one night. This Is almost brutally ,; 13" ........ ............esbe.tlan ................. a s 1 1.t a.llfI8"CIJ lt''
4 original. .Oa.S9IAI4 f I tOp .... ..... ...". ell ;
kif. ... .............Ft.Pierce.. .., ""''''' f18nomIUplIa.
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A new fur that Is combined with tailor Tri-'V cckly Sailings. C: 14 r It 11111 f I ......................TUibaUHooe ................. .... p uo 0..81..
gowns Is mole The possibilities of S ::: t9.8. I np .......................Eden ................ 111 f11 25 F I u |>
Free and this animal discovered 1&1 e91Da.1 ..................... ..ensen..................... U 8.g '
blind grubbing were BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK ,Y. r It 011 II II e n p ..............IItu.rt..... ............... ,xllllpl141,1!,
Accented Masons. by ;Mile.) Agnes Sorel the ac- "" f. 9D a r .................. Sound .........,.,...... 110 t1l0DUt08tt' -
tl'f'lli. Last winter she E dl D .it9te 3 rJ" .........'........WeetJupiter....... .......... 87p f lol.n'
wore a gown him .. .. ... 1013pt161&
4 8411. f ..... .Wat Palm Bu.e ,
entirely of mole relieved with ermine ; at Charleston, both ways) ii2 aa446ae 19p ...................Boy 11 ton ............ .. .. 9 al j l e if
and the effect good. If bit FineCalling the j': et108as 11 P.....................Delray. ................ .... l0lpi .y
was a extrt'we. ............. .. '
The in Coastwise Service a e \I I 1571' Ft. LauderJal. .. ..... .
S
Indian No. 90Tltimvllle / ht 0 f 41 2:1.: I III p ................... Hitllandale............. ....".. f 7 cap .er.e
Fur coats will be either F s eo. I '7p..... ...............L.monelt ............. .710 aa 1te17t '
River tight fitting New and Southern Lines. e r 00. s l "I' Ar .. ............... Miami. .. ... .. ...., ..J.vl. 7 00 1008
or else' carelessly loose. The kimono The Clyde England o 0 Oil

shape will be clung to by stout women Direct (service Between SCHKDTJI.ES OP BRANCH LINES. -

t Hold Lodge Ito IU"HtlllfU| tllO HIWlOWl ailll Kloililu.fourth Friday 1. but some of the Importations show' Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points BAWFORD! BRANCH ORANGE CITY
of mi-h month ,thotr room, Indian. Ilivwr a "melted and poured Into It" effect.Stolet. BEANOB 1Dil I

Howl Tltiu nilo, itl 7 iH: u'olui'k. I" III. longer/: and broader than ever (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) BTATIOae' I SUTtOn.o..
J. L.CarruthttrN. Wornhlpfu Maxtor.T. V..ly Dally Pally I 1//

II. "rtiii.ilurn Senior \Vanlun. will be worn. Cape are not consideredfor Hrmthhimnd.NorthlM .... .. .. ... .......0. ... ..8KMI-WKBKLY..:.'.. ..8AILINW8I.. .. ... .... ..from Lewis Wharf Honton .T 06 afT rv......... Tlt'iMvfllo' ... ...Ar ..a-BO|> Doll I'
II
B J.. M.W.IMxon Carroll,,Tramirer.V Junior. Warilmi.. u moment shown and high storm collars Er- ,un It.3 a iii!,,I'I,L"." ,INikmhyrnsl/ 'lr.I ISH! I

A. ;Uorican Hooretary. are being on costly wraps. ,_ pe65 .. ...B'uerprlie ..... ....Artill OOn, < 363p l ', L\ <)-nnc ." 111!,
II. JI'. Brown Chaplain.J. mine Is loving ground, and baby otter ..80._i. Aa ..,,, ,. 8.tn, f r.I. ..... ...1.. nil Wai e 00 I Ar_ Or C ,,' ::I"::3;; !
R. Walker. Him lor |(HIICI'>I St. Johns Sliver Line. "
| is In Clyde .
favor Some
Increasing stupendous 2T VoTfj"Dafiy. "No.: t4"No.
P. W. Kolmrt. Junior l>nirnn.F. 0 26 e. 20 Nn tt .Z4-
M, Taylor Hnnlfir Hrawnril. muffs will he shown. There Is no !flat' and 31-N N":11 KATPOHTBKANCH. Dilly / warilsu
S F. A, Liwlny Junior Htewanl. limit to the size: and breadth of the (DeBary Line.) Sunday : rtx. : rally i In" \ I l
only.sfCOp. I"I
M. K KiiKllHh,'f'I.'. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD.
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--- --- ,, melon shaped muff Ktol'I'IIIt at I'ah.tka, Astor, St. PranoU, Kuraxfunl (rjHLuiul). ami ititeruitHllaUi landings S 6 40 p-le 4 BO,p a 3 t31 m 0 80 r!LT.... ... rnnvtll. ATI 7 'Oi, I.I : IK", : :, "iD;
on the St.Johu'..Hirer. 1J52P'ISO$ I 63 ]r Ill a S M I'I' U8 a,Lr.;.8o.11.1".JI..i.II; / fS i ,, .,/w :1 J : :1 ,
MODEL FARiv1 ON VIEW. STEAMER "I.OUISI3 CAPT. C. II. BROCK U r IS t49Wpx1009ndr..Pa'obr.h..Lvsa, 'l i i'l+ n u :l: .) I ; :, .,
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING ',
.10 83p 2)pa6iJP II 24Sp.1')14a:I r.IOanaoDnh 1re0t1. a ; :: :: I : :I:
When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill APrnlNTED TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS .1000! I> 7 i. r6 69 l a 09 1>{*10 BJa, ......Kkport..L" .'" 0 I. n.Ju I : ::,. ; .11.,
.. ... ....... . .. .:. .
Attraction Prepared Far the ytIonal Leave K orCHtlierlua Street JackauutllleA:UU p. m. .. .. Tuenday and Saturday*
Irrlvallun Co........ Tonlo because the formula Is )plainly Leave fI.LllrorllllOO a. in. . .. .... .... ..... Mondays and Thursday. These TI'n Tthli .]invr the tlm." abnrhl"h trot'l-i. mnr' X ,",. ;d'
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printed on every bottle showing that It Is : : : : -- from the.everal utatlonn but their rival or "" .. .at 1 the: i ,.a w ," ,.,
A model Irrigated farm practicallyand slmgly Iron ana Quinine In a tasteless Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville. .or dues the Company holdIssolfresponelbleforanyr1eay.r.u. : Ir
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Ideally Illustrating Intensive cult! fo.'m. No cure, No pay. f>OctH.Tlilittfw from.-- ,
P. M.mONMOVOKR, .a, Aunt. Jell. IIMII. Agt. 2U4 Went Kay St.,ackunnvllle. Fie. -
ration will be a frnturA of the nation to Prevent. W. <>. COOrKtt Jr.. Local Krt.Aut.; JaukHnnvllle. C.I) I*. LII"ELL. Asflt. ftupt.. Jack uDvlJle. KEY WEST AND
al Irrigation con reBS BO that the dele- Jlil4N. L. HOWARLSuporhrtendontrout Hoiran Ht.. .'ack.o"vlll.., tr,Ia. HAVANA
/ Hundred of chicks low their lives A. C. HAdKUTV ften'l Kasfn P..,.. Agt.ew York "LYDIC MI i rjCK:, u,,". Frt. 4t., New York.
faton who attend the congress nt OKden every year l hy being huddled Into corners TllhO. U. ..:KUKK (leneral Manafror.; \TM. P ci.v.... it ('O.. Oeneral Amenta.CliuHulirougU PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP COd.-JEOi/ 'C'-S+' AT Nlt
Utah may have a vlsnnl df>inon- : Building ID State St., Opponlta Battery Park, New York.
and smothered to death. In build -

Stratton of the most approved and up ing .a coup look out for the corners. C. II. 'V WAf/TON. Agent Tltusvlllf, Fla. IT Miami Bun.,Thur SOUTH.BOUND. 80')11 LvTf"vanaJfnn.NO". >.'.H I, BO JI:

! to data methods of agriculture and horticulture Keep the coop neat and clean the ____ __ __ _____________ __. 0 _. __ __ __ ,_ __ __'_ __ Ar Hey. .West Bun., Thnr...... ....,.. 1) i e01> .I \rK..yW..t MIIII l i
under Irrigation says the Chi- West dun ur. 13 to< J' LV'Knl'W""c1'I"'M.: " floor covered with grand sawdust or rHsvau.Mnntrrl. .. 7fO. TUIM, sot. 1
sago I'ost.TWa chuff. Once a week sprinkle little S.EJ JB:<>.A. I>
model farm Is luld out on land For copy of Local Tim CaM or other Information ntlilrn- u \
chloride of lime on the door and cover
belonging to a state Institution, whore
with chuff. Tobacco stems chopped .. D. RAHNEHt Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE F'KAN.Sf
about twenty acres are used for the AIR LINE RAILWAY.
and sprinkled over the floors ore a good
: of this Illustration. Methods
purpose
thing.. Cold rains, wet cold, graaa after
t>t taking water from tbe river canal
niliiH, early morning dews etc., are
and laternla. will be shown In a com FOR- <
eI\usrs of enlarged) crops, constipation ?
pact territory. Modern devices) for and bowH dIM""p" In young chicks. HAVANNAII, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN TIMES, RICHMOND,
measuring and apportioning water will
bp shown Keep the chicks shut up until the grass WASII1N( TON, HALTIMOKE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,
well
an as the different: methods Is dry.Hint tt r1
: of Irrigation by furrows flood or

.check. 1.0'4111'11' In transporting' water a '1'" .. Penny Null 'Through Two Elegant Tiairm. pally 1Nl, V'4 ci l& tt0sr

will bo men mi ri-d. This tisngo of the
UlH Jllllld.Wlille .
water will |hI' practically doruonstrated Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.
opening box, J. C. Mount, of .
with varloiw UlniN of wowing crape, Three Mile hay, N. Y., tan a ten penny MODERN PULLMAN EQUII'MENT.ONLY : .
Including irrnln-1 and vpKvtubles lua- null through the llnsliy part of his hand
cloud apple and Into poui-lu-s. '.I thought/ Kt once of nil the pain; and LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans Louis,

Practical Irrigators will uccoinpnny KOioposs thin would cause me," he says,

t the delegates over the ground explaining "ami Immediately applied Chamberlain's For Information and sleeper reservations call, on any Agent

new Inv'nth..lu.'lIrlou8 methods. )',,1 D Balm and occasionally afterwards.To Seaboard or writeA. LOUL5V!

of spraying\ of trees, of my surprise It removed all) pain and
chard dplotroylog' or soreness and tho Injured parts were soon O. MACDOXELL, A" t. Gen. Pass. Ajlt. S. O BOYLSTON, fuss Agt. $'
and
pests! now methods of cultivation.

healed." Hold by nil druggists und medicine city
J.ACIiSONVIII.E.o'r.OIUD.: .\.
A current motor will be In operation dealers ,

on the ground. and other Irrigation --- ,- --. HAA'RIjNrUV.M
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: machinery will be exhibited. IU-,"..
IIiiiiUT O't"III1I1/-lIuh. This advertlmniierlt .

TRANSPLANTING A FOREST. says "iix>my Hut, to let" Atlantic Coast Line R'y. A

Talk about your "coudcuHed lye'!" J f

-BlotrUtown, N. J., Sinn Moving Dlc :Mrs. Ilunti-r-How do you meant
Vlnrm to III New ....
110. ftC
:Mr. Hunter-Well. If its roomy It ViQra
In order that his magnificent new surely can't be a flat; if It's really a The Great Through Car Line (mom Florida.; .SPRIHC$ ccLuMthiZL lAsu.cJ

home In South street, Morrlstown N. J.. flat It cnn't be roomy and If by some
may be In the middle of forest of TO T1IK KA8T.Over .
a miracle It should be a roomy flat It ;
I 2P
pines when completed Richard A. Mc- wouldn't be "to let"-Philadelphia Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Waahlngton, thence I <'i1ll!

( Cur y Is having workmen transplant Tress. t via the nnnylvanla: Railroad.

great pine trees by the hundred from For ate. mot. / t
TO TIIEVEST..
his estate on tho Dover mountain at.Morris A ftoTettr >. Art. ,NA
Plains to his new town house In A traveling art gallery Is a new Idea The LouUvllle A' Nashville\ via Montgomery. The Mobile &: Qhlo R. It. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN

.Morrlstown nays the New York Tress. in Minnesota where the traveling library rJP
TO TilE EAST VIA ST] l\ISIlIP.
This new house. will bo completed has reached a high degree of de
Via Savannah: and Ocean steamship: Company for New York PhllndcMMa Ilos-
boot a year from this fall and will be velopment. A state art society will Ji/lIJ
one of the handsomest In the state of have charge of the work. It Intends to ton. Via Norfolk Steamer: to New Yolk, Wnslilu t and Merchanto' and Mlncm'
'I'rao..porttl1lon fur Haiti-
Company
I New Jersey 'costing more than $500- arrange a series" of exhibitions: In art more aud )'bllllde'l'hll\o. ToRAILWAY D/fIl

<>00. Th grounds around the house no two occurring la tho same city during ci

comprise about ten acne and this will the same year. TO KEY WEST: AND HAVANA.Via .

all be set with pine trees. And the property Peninsular A' Occidental S'e\m hJp Company. WASHINGTON. NEW YORK ASHVILLE and

will hi called The Tines. and the EAST. SPRINGS N. C.
HOT
About 400 fives from forty feet upward Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points '

In height will be transplanted. cenls CINCINNATI CHICAGO. "THE LAND OF THE SKY'J:

and.the Work will take until late In the
NILEAOI: TICJn TS.
winter. Sit trucks each drawn y The NORTH and WEST.. || *-.! "The Sapphire Country.
mile of
Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 among the principal -

tour horses passed through :Morris- railroad In the southern states, are on sale by the principal apontt. H__... ....ra. DI..e CarP

town the other Any nnd each truck Eight cents a pound yis For reservations and Information apply to agents oithe A. C. L., or write, 11saaa 0__ .._10.
held two troes. The rate of progress, On Alf T....... Tla. feet'SOVTIIILRN
for FRANK C. BOYLSTON. Commercial Airt. W. IX STARK, Tra" Pans. Agt.
what
wilt be about trees a woman paid
.. twenty a week young 138: Went Bay st.f Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. aAIL'WA.T.. M. P. GARY: BWrW) .P...-C, '

twelve pounds of flesh. II. M. EMERSON, Traflio Manager; W. J. CRAIG, C.en'l. Pans. Agent. ItTTT. ri, fin*, tumtmniim: Pi
Automobile For Cord Playcri. WILMINGTON, N. C. W.A.Teas. P.T.U. .... ..--1)).
A DeW thing In .w. .... D.Co .. H.Mw. e .. P. -
automobiles appeared She was thin and weak and Wn. I(. "...-. X O.f.A, AibM%OkI
on the streets of London recently, says

tho New York Herald. It might be described paid one dollar for a bottle of cam9.B:: : :E3r.: .. TT :!!:WC cSC OOBIT. ..

f I. as a cabin on wheels. The Scott's Emulsion, and by taking a ate w. U.,8t.. JACKSONVILLE. -. FLA.
9) hlnflar part of the car had large window .

on all four sides. Inside werefour regular doses had gained

seats, each In a corner and down /aIftr4
the middle ran a table covered with twelve pounds in weight before 4

...t r Rif\!a bal... This table as the automobile the bottle was finished. FULL Fuc.t, A
topped for a minute in Charing a T.rltahlo drairon of Ill-bealtb It leave.InluptDmore I *I
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Crqps road was being used by two Eight cents a pound is (pasp.cullartoAmerlcana phy.lcal wreck than probably any otHeronii

woftren: who WHY? Simply bucmuwupon the flr.t Indksike
were playing cards quite
cheap for such valuable ma EXPRESS EXPRESS Va of tb malady the system 1* usually tcourged via
.1n<3ckacerned at the crowd whlcb
gathered quinine, or that deadly mineral-calomel.I .
and stared at them. In another terial. Some pay more, some PAtPAID PREPAID >w't Ho It. !**. Dan<*rou I* M"1o et aD
r e aaa7 eltber. We poslUrely (uarantea
cortter of tbe vehicle lounged a man
.
reading a newspaper. Oatalde of the less, some get nothing for I1A2O e.O HERBINEandc

back step was a black tiger resplendentin their money. You get )'ourmoney's any tam of Gran. N spm.ly
purple turban and gold uniform. a.hd. SM. ail n.vlr.r.OTd
worth when and lomet-con. at tlwlrtamc4m d.n'r'
On0 chauffeur' was not deemed ade- you buy all llrw.kUMyTHE'ADVOCATE ana.n.a' u'Oa0.p.rbotUw
cjuiljfe for iII't7 -- r 6QtS All PVUUUa'
*o gorgeous a conveyance. Scott's Emulsion. .

( and thl*. one had two. sue,

1 We will send you a little Doz.I

sapid "..tl... free. __
.t "Always think twice before you Dti'ivorto rem

J. ar-k" said little Tommy's mamma. QtS It. WILSON. SOY.
-U.
.. SCOTT & DOWN, C"K ISTS.
.0. maw, he answered "If you do $1299 I ?

that tb.lnb.la'you sometimes must da when some pretty you git fast to 409 Pearl Street New York. $900 JOB PRINTING OFFK i


goln' for pawf-Chicago RecordIIerId. Soc and fi.oo ; all druggists. Agents for the Pab t Drawing Casa Olin!!
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SKIPPER WRINGE'S AMBITION 1 I NEW AUTO FOR THE ARMY .-----'i, _
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RIVER: : : : : aO'I'EJ: In Beromtnic an AmrrlcMtt 116 (Hope Will Carry n..rN.-*"-....'.. Bnddler'i. Broadway and 41 it Street: ..kt
Yendome
DI..A-: ,, Hotel
: \II Bull Cap l>.fondr.Captain and other Ontfitsu
OX-TIIE.IYDIAN.RivER. Bob"Wrlujcp.; who ua skipperof Equipped with UorsesLoer's, sad NEW YORK CITY.FIKEPKOOK. .....

TITUSVILLE Shamrock ill. hns just finished doIng flier's' carpenter's and blacksmith'] t
( tOO rooms, single nod en suite, with private baths amT2'tllle
America's for In the United -
the
win use
the best he could to outfits an auto cur
FLORIDA. rooms EUROPEAN PLAN, Hood room HU.MI; large rooms $2' &t1 with
I I cup for Sir Thomas Lipton, de- States army will leave New York private bath $:J.5i> per day and upwards. The nmnagumenr. Is under the perftonal
I e Glared rm-cntly that he U done with city Washington In a few days supervision of the owner. FRANK! rKUBX, Manager

J. 0. BAST Piopnetor. gulling ShuiurockB or tiny other British where, after Inspection by the depart -- -----
l'hnlll'nJel"lnd\ hiM present ambition Dlvnt ottlct.ils. It will be sent to Fan --
fit Lt A la to command: a dpfcnder of the tro- Lt-ttveinMirtli. Kan. for n test in nctuu SIII:[ll'I:1t ISLAND OI-T. M>NU INLAND, X Y 4

DUCK SHOOTING phy. On top of thla ho announced his service, sn.ys! the New York Press Th(!o -- -- -- --- ---._-- +r

tit Intention to Immediately take the first auto Is a large box on wheels with
"' and FISHING.,
f stop toward that end and become naturalized mail; doors. The car stripped of Its Manhanset House and
Rates: $::3 fiO per day. from a Briton Into a good eciulpini'iit. weighs U.300: pound, and Cottages.

v the New York us svut on by Uncle
$10 and $12 per week American citizen, Bays the eiiulpuu'Ut .
Sum for the test weighs 4,000 pounds ,
World. LONG ISLAND 'S'. Y.
SIIEITKU ISLAND I OFF ,
---- ----- !-- -- Immediately after Shamrocks I. and The unto cur Is twelve and a bull f

JACKSONVILLE. HI. are disposed of or laid up In Erie feet! Ion,: anti the friiiuo Is of five inch OPENED JUNE -JOril! 1PO.I.: 1

.- -- basin, the present alternative Bob channel steel. The rear wheels are Two and one-II"luh'l' hours from New York via Long Island It. R. Healthfully J'

HOTEL Wrlnge will cross over to Brltllngxen, fifty-six Inches, In diameter and the Mtuatodon Magnlllcont bay amid bountiful HOCHOI.V. I IS-hole !golf links ,
INDSOR e Essex and pack up his chattels, stow forward wheels forty-elght Inches New York Yacht flub station. No ",,,Inrhl. No mosquitoes, Pare water. f

JACKSOJTVIU-K'S FINEST AND FI.OIUDA'S them and his family aboard a liner and The engine In 1 of the four cylinder type Dry atmosplieie Delves and. gloves bottling, bathing' fishing, dancing, .,'
Otis OIIl\'I t"I'S, suites with bl\ths. eta
I.ARUEST AND BBS YEAR-ROUND IIOTKL. bring the whole outfit here to locate and o( twenty-four horse power. The beautiful mtislo hall\ electric lights

somewhere on Long Island. Then Great gasoline tank contains u supply suttl- for terms unit. tltutitratud. pamphlet address, 1'"" I

Brltan will have again/ lost her best cleat to propel[ |the iiiucbliii 300 mtlus. KOUEKT MUUKAY, Manager, Mauliiinsvt tfoiiMc Shelter [Island N" Y. 't1k 1

big yacht sailor, ns she did when Charlie The eulue I it of tm> kind known us .- i L
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Barr forswore his allegiance to H. four xpi'itl. und Is ctilculutt ta drive _-

r pv C R, M. the machine ut any speed up to ten ---FoR. S.A.LE.: 'fi.i
"I have decided to live In the United miles an hour. Lubricating tubes

States' In future" said": Captain Wrlnge."I which toed automatically, curry oil to

formed a liking for the country whenI every part of the mavhlue needing It and :
came here with Captain Hogarth In Au nuxlllnry engine on one side of Hotel with Seven Cottages : 10

Shamrock I.. and In 1001 when I sailed the uiiu-hluv ot>erutes a d.viiamo. lathe Acres of Land.
t-J
the Mlneola I decided to stay here and a grindstone nlmrpt nlng tools. 'f

But Sir' Thomas' offer caused' me to .
TO CUHK A COLD IN OUJC MAY '" r; ,
Belmont contract and go t f '
throw up the d I" l ti'a \ '
on the. other side again. Now, how 'rake Laxative Brnmo Quinine Tablet. t It .la R '1 ktir qt I In I
to stay here. All druggists refund the money If It falls :.1
event am going '' l bii t t
Is rT+ da t
"Perhaps In time 1 will Rail a cup to cure, E, W. Grove's signature on ) :
will be a each box. ;23cu.Aiuerlvnu! .
there
defender. At any rat, ------- .
r fair chance of my getting one some Army OHlcera: ...ar..... "\

time. Meanwhile all I can hope la that An amendment recommended by the l'J', ",

I will some time have on' opportunityto general staff! will shortly be made to .,
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sail against Captain Barr In a yacht the United States. army regulations Increasing .

that la at least In the class with the threefold the amount of bag- ,t ,
)DGE A CIJLLEXS, OWNEUS AND PROPRIETORS. he command! I respect Captain gaga which officers! may have transported ;
one
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do
u Barre magnificent ability, but I at the expense of tbe government > V-" '1 W ,
Bay.-und. Captain Barr will bear me The amounts are na follows: .. I.-* kJ jV (!

out-that I had no chance to show any For major general, 10.500 pounds; brlit-

OVAL HO TELJACR tONV1LLE, FLA. seniuannhlp against a yacht that could adler general, 8.400) pound. ; field otll- : .\t..j'ft.;'
\
a
sail rings around me. cer 7,2X: pounds; captain, 6XX) SMwA Mv '

"Captain Burr said that when he pounds; tlrst' lieutenant 6,100 pound; ? I '

called oa' me the day after the last second 1I{>'lt(>nllnt and veterlnnrtiinn: j, I

ral"' Several{ time, he admitted w 4.AOO point t : noncommissioned ot et'r. a d .' \ I
Oppimltc |>oHtolHce. Centrally located Thoroughly repaiied and renovated Vly e
and ,
hud the Reliance In a tight place 1.50O: pouiidH.K1OU.
'. I 1 1'i"
!she! slipped out of It simply because --- --- <

j Vewly furnished throughout. Liberally: conductnd, . we were not fast enough to hold her" > Iteuard >(< IOO. 4 1 v u : j

Beyond doubt Captain Wrtnge will The leaders of this ,paper will he ny t i1 t t 'I,

H Kates *J Vi, per day and up. be In charge of one of the large racers pleusml to learn that there at leant one : 'i"4' '

next season, for skippers who are In dreaded disease that science bun been Located at SAHNO, three a.unters: of a mile nontli ol FAT OAI-LIK( FI.OKI- .
the first rank in the art of handling able to cure In all Its stages, and that IHoatarih. laM than half a tulle from time Indian laver. linn two I.
11. W. SPERRY Proprietor. llall'H! Catarrh Cure U the only IA, on the Kaii'diilllo: River, 'I' "
that\ clues of vessels are. lamentably I positive cure known to the medical and a half miles\ from the Ocnun. The property U two hundred miles to6th of J ;

IIIcnl'<'e. Captain Wrlnge has an offer fraternity (:'a tart: h bl'lnllU'onlltltutiolloIII Jacksonville on tlio Florida Kunt Const Hallway'with the Itailrond t Station adioinlng :l. II 4 I.
In the seventy
from the owner of one sloop disease aeonntltutlonnl' treatment have .
requires the Bulldlngi/ elected In IWiil, uiid'Honio i.f thoni never : *
West Bay and Cedar: Streetll, footer class.BEIRUT'S Hall's Catarrh Jure Is taken In / property
HOTEL ;
months after their completion.
died few
lurimlly aotlng directly: upon the blood been ncoulitd: the original/ owner having a 'r. ,
FLA.
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guuimuuijunius JACKSONVILLE RELIGIOUS FEUD. and mucous Hiufaocs of the system: ,,, Tho hotel was opened for about two monthslpihtr' l to the owner' death and
thereby dostrojlug the foundation ol has not boon used since All the bnlldlnK wore eiectud. In I limo) most subfttantliel .rf
American; plan. Centrally" located. Just built and upon of Trouble crlld to EnrulpBetween ,. the dlHcaHC. and giving the patient manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel and collages: lire complete j I' 1
Cam* 1'owrrful Tr11.aa.Mr strength bv) building up the constitution Iy fiirulHhud. and very little of time tat altiu'e him over IH-UI uied.: here are two \
ed thin season. Fine cooking/ and good table. Hot and Cold Water Two Partridge ot and assisting: nature In doing Its work, artesian wells, twenty cisterns! connected with sower etc.Tlio I ,\
William Ordway much faith In will l hf1 Hold t" sacrifice. i\ ; i!
The pioprletors have so I cost the OI'IIlIlIIll"n.'r tlMnoOiin( ) Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from army wharf or depot. All. New York city, who went through tbe Its curiiilvo powers that they otter Om The above property cut fairly! represents the propelty. ..
east last year for material to be used Hundred Dollars for any cane that It ; sERA
street the door. Raton 2.00 to $!.;;;O day. thinks that the trou testimony For purlieulurn apply to or address )
cars pass : : per In his art studies falls to cure Send for list of ))0'. HATCH I). I.. ( AIILDKN. Win. A. WAKNOCK: :
bles at Beirut are due to the enmity; RIa. Address 1 K. J. Cheney ifc Co.. To< for Owner Agent' for Owner, I'\ ;
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. between the Druses and Maronltea. Imlo. O. /hold by .drugnUt, 7"..,. )(IIII'M Caretaker Eon. lulllc on l premises, Florida.' Attorney TltiiHvllle, FIn Jumuloa, N V. : ''I

-, two powerful tribes, always at swords! Klmlly Tills are ,the Vent.\ I iJjI
points with each other says the Nev
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SI-AnHEIOZI':.
York' Herald."Beirut.<< .
------- ." he says "being a port 'nnt I t'1 '

the end of the caravan route from Damamciis. -

fie Clarendon III'I FI.'A. Is the meeting place for all tin h
SiKABREEZK;, guide and attendants from these earn w

vans, and there U constant turmoil between -
them. While I was -there two<
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEA It. night were of common .m= _
or three murder a J
occurrence Beirut Is a beautlfti '
M'4, UK the Sen. Entirely remodeled refurnished and under new manage .
spot twenty miles from old Tyre amSldon.
I meat Cost Northern Service. Special rates by the week and for the season! ,. The American college has don< .

I Clarendon Inn buses meet all trains at D.iytona Station. Address tho t'laion- a great work there but It counts really! t INVENTION. ..
A NEW
for little. ,
HOB dIU.' "leabreexe Florida.! E. I.. POTTER Prop. very then
killed
"The Christians reported .
C. II. KNAPPE, Mgr. probably belong to the Druserf or the< :i f
Maronlte tr.be. The bruises look fob
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-- -- English protection and the Maronlte! Recently Patented all Over the World. t a ,
OLD SKAIWKEHi:, GOOOALL FLA. ,
favor the French. The Druses have a

queer' mysterious religion they keej'

OLD SEABKEEZK:, secret from every one. In like Its the tenets Unl It I The .Walton I I' .ii
Seaside II Inn Is said to bo something t .
pie
lies hate eHob. other cordially. Thcst ,

now open for the summer season, under the management of the tribes are the Important factors In the Self-Locking Tackle Block ;
Beirut situation and }overhanging r
'wner, HORACE F. STEWART. Handsomo and new situated 01tvton.i \ '. 1
mountains of Lebanon.
'
i I>- Bench, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments with huge I'k; : < j

nry, pleasant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng'i, CD. of Pl|(.ona. ''WOOI, \ICON: nn.l HKO.V/K. Willf r It .
mude In the German 'j
'' ..,ino and Pier. The surf bathing: Is unexcelled. Terms modulate.HOKACK The with experiments carrier pigeons having turn work riiially well with rope, chain or r i

F. 8TE WART. Owner and :Manager.! army satisfactory every war ship leaving ._ktE ;j wire, rope. I
Kiel' or Wilheltnsbaven will bereuftei Will work at any height" upside| ,I"wn. .

a consignment of pigeons, to be IL; 4 horizontally or lit any angle' and will .
carry 'k : i
JINSIN. released nt varying distances from the atop and. loch a any point, :,

land stations. It Is estimated that the InvaliDrble[ for every kind of .I buslses"r | "

L FRESCO JIOTEL JEVSEN, FLA. birds have sufficient endurance to tip 4r ahefenihlock 1s needed frequently iav

: f 'enter of Pineapple Belt. home over a dntunc! of about 186) Ing the labor of one man or morn. :

g.eUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. 1 miles from land.Hunirer.. Nothing like It for (limiting or stretchIng ,,4. i

"ilea., ...
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1 ", Prettiest I location on Indian Itiver. Large, beautiful grounds; Nom Vrrana Haifa.tit If'I
'a' "ao Floe *'''s'' and Hunting. Terms reasonable. Letters andTelegratnr dried beef fob Address! all communloatloris to the
lng : l 1. tx>tt<>r to substitute
reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. roaat beef than to subatltut hommad 'lvl. '
Block Co ;
JOHN S. PARK Owner and Proprietor.WEST hat for custom mad millinery.-Mm*, I l''i Walton Self-Locking V ,
,
LUllan Bird] t r'r I ?! n S Sr
Mother ha* a. walking hat I t l I, (Incorporated.) i d ,, k I )1.'
PALM nl:ACII.E That surely U I a dream; r p Office and Wardroom 'JOt Atlantic Ave.Near I uI/I /; /
Ostrich. plumes. are on the top. rr .
Silver'! buckle 'lmm.Fathor Kowt' Wharf Elevated' Htatlon.BOSTON" + ; y'v' + t
Crumbled nt the cost ;I"n ''ii Ij r rI
J't' I if ASS.Hample .
E Sitya he's out of caatt.Mother .
PARK COTTAGE WEST PALM IiKACir, FI\ only sweetly smiled; p'gyp ------- Pf '
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Murmured "Have some hash. t pII Ulooka oau be seen at the Al- h "J t I I I awl .
ifeh y ;t VOCATK office. Tltii! vlll ; and attb stii." hi;
\"W Bister Lucy's shapely. head 1'l ..' of 1'4.11. Hubbard( Cam, Jacksonville.Call \ i Irr'Ldfl'' : ;, I C / $
Open. Under new/m' nagemcnt. I* more than paaalnc fair; t;
and these blocks working.The
Something. labeled. "Purls made" ; sea t,
Overlook Lake Worth. Prou Bnmethli.f. thAt' entirely new; following outfof' liundredH, are"IIIarnllleof: [ : the testimonials received by the Walton Self-Ixxklng flock: Co91Rlack.'On.PtreetIhaWn.Jaa'IdlOL, ,
I an Ient Rates, $2: to M.M: per day. Slater saw It first. 1
That lawhy the family 1
Special Weekly Rates. Dines on Wienerwurst. WAi/rr"! "f.t..r.n..at.o Bl/i'-n ('0., mmthepraellealworking of 'oatwlf-twktngtsi1lebhrkewhtrhwenhtalnndfrma. t
:
report .
OKXTLBMKM -YNregneeta4ust.giveanhonest .. Click and lowering from un. tinny to .nnth.to.
bn&lnl
,. ei.vatai
Too. Would MV w* have oiwd different. kind.ul tiliirk In ou' sniftnd on our ,.... rnlUbl. old heel .bIO.ks'f ibis kind w. hate ear D"*".
bat .a: *
bought a I It.u tit
MRS. IDA B. BRUNER, Proprletres Bister' Fanny W. hays Riven H". Walton self Ixwklni g blocks it petty ftn.. teen know thai *t: liwtjw have faunilJwlMt w. have for yean
matinee thin e' flee, and mor than: pleased to '
For the ; It I* a 1l..ln..ntl..D.and w.are gliufta give fun
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-- Lot of ribbon lace and straw .ulbuDtlDI lor. You can or Ibis ooUce ,? any sty roll iii. Yours truly. J. DCNCAN.>c: co. .
very
Make It pretty ray.
NEW YORK Bister r nay's milliner '
I Blmply wouldn't tru.c.NoW' wm'a tlELr-'."" :..."RI/M1a en ,- T eta In. Mlf-lrcklnf. ,..U. /.I"c k*. with to It it of r cl., intl ,fin xktitm* n
'1 trite
< a pair
have no breakfast roll.; l ra'rl.g.aeaAbe: "' two weeks SgO ra..i *> lou

All we w. .d Is crudlather the: lima I am vi glad report tAt&o.be.., l am.,.,m".o very,mach.If I foan p......then.. will i.l tI.'m l Ufit-lnrr.and and l the blnrka. Jntt: "lI'lIp.1I tll..I1.tnl In.vlry place They are erttelnly what ev Y

otel baa a panama cry wan ne.ds, who ha* any OM fin blocks, aa they ...t. &1m. and lnl.or. Bnecc. la your r. P. ROWELL,
Marlborough That rot last year; Town truly-' Dealer In drain and Halide ftniiplira.. Newpurt.; N. IL
Brother 'Ill's old yachting cap

NEW YORK. Hang 'pon bis ear; R .Lr-Lot.U' $LOc. rb.. /b.4in.. 'aatI. reh,. 1st.and have lrm> them fair test and
Broadway 30th and 37th Streets, the winter style Mnrke with '''rt..llt. f
1i Coo- Father s..15 /LT?'''.?T.xutJi-.We purchased or you a >el of rlt! inch velMncklns tackle ..an"e...U* bsmlle. without a_.nil m.... They conse<.|uenOy;
ms. 200 bath entirely with electric lights. rut his heart with doubt; well with the: working of the btiicka.. In many rasee ....... an Lighted ple..d ''
dude. room under the personalsnpervietoa hat he mast au .. ,., ... w. Sere ever used or sets lot t idling hnvy wehte/ ssfelyimdnalrklT" storj.K 'NY
>n American and European plans, and i* managed It he gets a .n ia Inoue,. They ars | to anything \)IV E9 wIIARY PIlilYlalnv I<'*r A '
rootsChtease
| Of the Work the tree lunch Trftxroe. ".* W. T. Karos7'rreaaur.rBatoo..
owner. -
E. S. CROWELL, Manager.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2, '1903. tJ
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JACKSONVILLE'S CARNIVAL. SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION. :may,

rr C. S. SCHUYLER. A
K.
% r The Carnival which Is to be held In' GROKOIANA: FLA., Sept. 29, l00J.EJt'lu : JENSEN WILSON.

I Jacksonville In November promises to ,. Fast Count Adam-ate: I Tip -(!
SCHUYLER &
be the biggest thing Florida bas-aeen In WILSON
many a day. The managers are all men It la a self-evident maxim, the Innocent ,
of push and ambition and the plan" that often suffer with the guilty but too /NSURq I I TITUSVILLE FLA.
sre now being matured are Indicative often they suffer for the guilty--the y to

_. that the Carnival will be a magnificent word feud or feudist may be all right In FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
----- spectacle from start to flnUh In fact, the right place, but when the one applying 5 ANCE

the Carnival will be a mlnature World's It is himself a feudist It Is quite another -
r ({; J9 Fair thing lIe who has no other shield 111 Representing Leading Insurance Companies

Resides. furnishing a variety of amusements to hide from wrong doing will find this
SILVERSMITHS that will be almost bewildering mode of escape no better than the youngof : Your Business Solicited. Prompt Attention
JKWULKRb: AND the managers are making arrangements the partridge finds the leaf under We Will Appreciate Your 1'utronattu.

41 West Bay Street, for a delightful social function by extending which It hides it's head, to be a protection

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Invitations to many men of while the whole body la exposed. fagNw.aJ- r 1I !ilL ,1a--ca: 113' mm; '1:3: :$ :
iaerws.1...
It should be regretted that Florida find ;: .:,
&argest stock In this section of country,, prominence to \be present.
Established In 18<>8. Messrs. Wilson and Carter, who are herself In company with two other unimportant "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED -- --

Bend for dcncrlj tlvo catalogue. Senator now In New Tuliaferro York are and In conference personal invitations with- Is the little states state of In Delaware school matters, not much, one MAY BE ENDURED"If E_ L_ :::SE.: ..:C &:, :seCDEALERS :

will estonded before they returnto larger than a good size county in some IN ,
such well-known Americans as ex- of the states. The other is Nevada you're Insured, for then the wipingout -

.JHE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,, 1'reldontCleveiand, President Rooseveltand among the hills of the west. We ought of your house shop or factory by fire GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PROD
Cabinet Mayor Seta Low, Senator not to pattern after either of them in means only a. temporary Inconvenience (
David B. III11, the editors of the larger such Important matters as to school af your loss la made good; and you can start We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MA PEN 'En'l'ILI':
Brewing Asso's New York papers and a number of other fairs. Forty-two states differ from these afresh with the money any of our staunch We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade ui all CIh,
men of national reputation. Invitation three In providing teachers for the common and sterling Insurance companies will era Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station

1 Famuli Ht. I.onlll Keg and Mottled will also be extended In writing to William school. This. state la slow to learnor pay you promptly on proof of loss. E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSV( .!.g, g U'S '"

J. Bryan ex-Vice-President, Stevenson slower still to adopt what IB esteemed "f F
Heer
I Mayor Carter Harrison and other In vltalto the best Interest of the common Branning Morgan ,

Mold by 1\1..sr8. ".A. I.<."ley and the Central and Western States, whom schools. Forty-two states have agreed/ Fire and Life Insurance Agents, aOLi :
R. L. Mntlew,Tituavf lie,ria. the committee will not be able to see In seemingly that special normal schools. W. C211 : : 1
devoted the of TITUSVILLE FLA. .
Kla. person. It Is assured that several men entirely to preparation ,
By Mr, R.L. Motlow, Cooon
of national fame will be In Jacksonville young men and women for the public -Dealer In-

JOSEPH ZAPF during Carnival Wttek. schools. ; are.: best, and. ought to_be !eatabllsnea GROCERIES GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND
As the Carnival approaches the nag- ana ma In tallied by public Inhds.Some Robbins & Graham Co' YEGETAB

nltnde of the occasion grows upon the states have several, some more, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage
Sole Agent. people. Four tremendously big attrao some less, taking past statistics as a TITUSVILLE/ FLORIDA. Solicit
tlons were secured yesterday and the gulde"tbere are now In these states be- (Incorporated.)

010 to 620: West Bay Street, contracts will be signed next week, when tween two and three hundred of such PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.
the announcements will be made through schools. Some two thousand professorsand INDIAN RIVER ICE
JACKSONVILLE FLA. the dally press. It II the policy of the teachers devoted entirely to this This company ownsLAN' I. FACTORY,

association not to announce an attraction special work and between fifty and sixty : : :3D S TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
until the final contract has been thousand young men and women in them ,
L. T1 OTLOW. signed and sealed as "no disappoint for school teaching. River On the St. prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special alt
I In the Indian Country; paid sacking for Yachts or for family use Fair dealing Is
ment. seems to be the slogan of the Development Is on the Increase and a my motto.
managers. deep Interest U being felt In the education -I Lucie River; at New River and on Bay T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.rrTUS'V'Xc..LE .

of the school children of the county .
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Blscayne. Prices. to suit the times.
that which is being done can only be
QUAY AS A VICTOR. limited I in a brief newspaper article. The Send for Land List. LI'V I3Y STdI2

roJ breadth and depth of this movement In
l Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Pla.
A Pennsylvanian tells the WashingtonPost : many portions of the country is beyond I !1
FEED AND SALE
that 10(. S. Quay, United States Wen- telling.! SADDLE HOE
ator from Pennsylvania, Is a born victor, Somethings are visionary no doubt) If .
both in politics and fishing In Florida. not wild yet much is sound and well East Coast Meat Market ,..STAULE3... III Ui.lKsM'RRF:: .

"Taking him all In all, the most extraordinary and has come to stay and the normal

man In public life Of this school.. a part of that which has come O. ... DUREN, Agent. BAGGAGE (
generation Is beyond doubt Hon. M. tI. to stay and ought; to have special atten- oorjC" I ,
Quay, of Pennsylvania," said a well tion In our state s=": TRANSFER, lAnd 1'1' RXOC:'
known Plttsburg manufacturer In Washington It Is a mistake to be regretted this -I-I "
Monday. "The way In which he work of prel.arlnteachel's for our primary ...- 4tc 4 -- U A U I. I N G, K T C. .all kinds

has maintained his ascendency In our schools or the public school generally wO
'
State demonstrates the man's Inherent is parcelled out to this or that institution -- i J. M. OSBAN &. BRO,

force and the quality of his Intellect. : to be done in some haphazzird arr Patsv TITUSVILLEBack of Geo. M. Robbing' olHco. rLOlJ!

There have been occasions when beseemed Way. bo little inducement In being held A. __ '_'_ _u__ __ _
'Fine! Liquors, Wines, Beers destined to nitre and crushing out to the bright and capable young
defeat and he never failed to emerge minds of this state to enter this calling r.7C
Ales, Stout, Eto. yet =a
from the conflict with tncroosud prestigeand as a profession. It may be economy but s4) Special Attention!
053"Sen: l mo orderI! c.t
< your stronger than ever. '1'1 me and again It certainly cannot be wise economy ilK -- .-..
TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA. his enemies have thought; they had compassed those we need most In this work will =' eed

his ruin, and yet when the battle seek other callings and leave our public -n ='
ended It was Quay who was victor. school to be consolidated and If not an- TITUSVILLE FLbRIDA. QIVKX TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
"He seems to have the same success nihilated and mado Into special high ,

I with men as lie does with the finny tribe. schools for the sake of a bonus or for Hardware Tinware ] Glasswa'
I r More\ than once I have fished with him the plea of getting better teacheis as GENERAL DIRECTORY. Crockery,

1.isj In Florida and though my line wan drop such school will pay a salary that will

ped within a yard of his, he would cutch secure able teachers, while the little tots: Harness and Stoves.
U. S. SENATORS.J.
of and also those of
five fish to my one. Every other man many a family rallaferro....... ...... .... ..Jacksonville
o who has gone on similar expeditions limited means must !go without a school A, K. Mallory. .... .. ...... .. ..Penaaoola
n 3T.Aet with him has had the same experience. and lesson the general Intelligence; of 1 ilia U. 8, COMlRKBSVfKN.Rubort : : tour Stook Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Prom

Whether he will care to come to the rising generation. Thin. calling should W. .;

It hetmle one more term I do not know. claim our best talent. No self respecting H \l, 8iarkmiui|. .,.., ". .. .... ,... .. 'f"'I.a.| Jas. Pritchard & So
... .,. ,. .... ..
lie ban, I believe, said! that this would be young manor woman ono Hud themselves Win. H. Laniar )Montlnel) i c
NAa. his lust service In that body. If he degraded In ohoMIII this profesxlon.. To U. 8. LAND OFFICE.

sOUa should however conclude to succeed be wall fitted as a teacher, fits them to H. H. Chuhli, ... .. .. .... .... ...Keprlator PoHtofflce Box 212
,
enter any other profession and mauler W. O. Rohliiwm, .. ...Receiver. .
himself, itn Is not Improbable it wouldbe JUIces at ftamnsvflle, Florida.
ea"ec.over useless for anybody to oppose him." It, In case they choose to devote hem- FURll( >.t LEGISLATURE 'Titusville: : : ., Florid

N selves to something else later on la life. \K. N. ('tmlnk.I'alrn Mnach' .... .. ....Senator
lttjer Think of It, many of our best men and W. II. JOIIIM, TitusvtlieReprleeutstive.
DEATH OF JOHN L. HOWARD.News women have started life for themselves EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

soup, in this way having succeeded as teacher Wm. JennliiKH. ....' .> .. .. .. ....Oove,nnr. Seeds For Summer
received In Jacksonville they succeed I in other I things when taken H. t'luy Crawforil ,Secretary of State Crops p
was on up. /Some of our presidents and not a W V. .Knotl, .::: :.:: :: ., ... "Treasurerlamua .
Tuesday of the death at Clifton Springs H. Whlttlold... .//Altoriiev-Ueneral
N. Y., of John L. Howard better known few of our statesmen who frame our W. N. fttiHatn, ....Hupt. Pnldlo limtruottnn,
r cdmun shoe laws orexocute them have been school H. .:. Mcl.tn. .. .ComintHHlimer" Airiioultnre,,
St. ioJrfls. throughout the State as Captain John L. teachers; even Royalty may be numbered A 1....,," C. ('run, ,..... .. .... (;U1"l'troller.J.elltr..d ,. Millets Sorghums Soj.i Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts Cliiifiv. T''.minte' ,
Howaid, superintendent of the Clyde R. K.."ter, ...Adiitant-| <)eueral\.
I Steamship Company, with them. Louis Pblllippe, a member John Hra Iford. ,. .... ...tI"rve.r.Hen..ral Beggarweedclean.
of the House Orleans who ... ... .... .
Captain Howard acoompanlod by his. subsequently R. E.: 14se.w. State Chemint.Ollluoa .
OLD BV JOHN R. WALKER A CO.,, wife went to Clifton Springs about a became King of "France wa school Tallahassee, Florida. CCAT :P.EA.S :
Fla.I' teacher and thu' he failed to win the SUPREME COURT JUDOK8
Tltusvllle. month ago on a vacation trip for the .. .. ... .. .. Whlppa Clays Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyflngers.
hand of M, H/Mahry ... .Chief Juntlce.
.. an American maiden his school "
benefit of his health. Early In the sum F. H. Carter... ..,. .. '". ..Ansoclate Jiiitlue. Clean Bright Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Teas, 30; per qt., PQKtahl\ ;
I; mer he had been critically ill at his homeIn teaching did not figure in that failure, H. F" .. peck; .4.35; bushel. .
harry W Kichnrcls. Jacksonville, but he had recovered other and more definite reasons were RAILROAD" COMMIS8IOXKRS.: Poultry Supplies Stock Food, Insecticides, Garden Too.n. Fertilizers,

sufficiently to be at his office during July given by the father according to the l.. Jefferson B. Browne, chairman. ...Key Went .
and Augusts Shortly after he reached N. J., who said to the royal youth, R. Hudson Hurr ... .. .. .. .... ..Little River L. CAMERON The Seed Store
f STUART, FLORIDA. "Should you ever be restored to your J. M. Bryan..., .. .. ... .KinHlminre{ FUA
Clifton Springs be became ill again'andhis will be R.C. Dunn cleric, ..., .... ...Msrtlgon 114 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE,
death occurred at 11 o'clock Monday herldltary position you too great Heaiuiuartera and ofllcei lit Tallahassee, Fla.
i match for If not she will .
Marine Dry Dock. morning a my daughter, CIRCUIT COURT. -
(J Howard has been Identified with be too great a match for you" .. ...
Capt. Minor S.Jones.Tltutvllle .. Circuit JlldlJ. /;'".
' >: Iaol lnUt, and Steam and Oils Fitter. the Clyde Line ever since It entered Into A. V. Iliseom. I U. KeKKH/; Orlnn,. ..Protwcntlnir Attorney
S|>rlnic Term-Fourth Monday In March.
Florida business add was before that CARPETS.
.
lor"Chan. Fall rerm-Fourth Mumlav In Uvtolier
Agency; -
time Interested In steamboatlng on the BRRVARD COUNTY COURT.
CHURCH
: A Strellnger Ganollne Engines. Ht. Johns river.It NOTICES. A. I). Penney,,... .. .. ... .. ..)...('..."nty Judge/; ,
is not known yet where the funeral U. L.L.Oiiiililen..- ,. .. Prosecuting Attorney
Engine; Repairing a-Hpeolalty/ will be held. Flags were placed at half A.. A. Stewart .... .. ., County Clerk8prlntt
Rev Mack will hold services In the Termteoonij Monday In May. (:My Fall Stock Arriving Dally.
must on all the ships. In the Jacksonville
Presbyterian church next Summer T.pm-8..nol
Sunday morn- Monday in
.i; Bond Stamp for Catalogue. harbor and at the Clyde Line oluoe out Ing at 11 o'clock. All are Invited to at- Fall Term_8ecoiiil. Monday In A"fa.t. More New Patterns to Show Than Ever
t of respect to the dead. tend. Winter Turm- Henond Monday. In February"

d, /, Capt. Uoward was a prominent member COUNTY SCHOOL' BOA RI>.
of the Hoard of Trade and took a Rev. C. A. Fulwood Presiding Elderof R. E. I\lIlIIs.811.'lntendpnt.. .......Honaventura, !
deep Interest In the advancement of the Jacksonville District, will preachIn Member! J M Dlxon. chairman.Tlt..sTlllel; xLt7c:: 1 I :JR.TJG-S I

E. VesoyBoatbuilder hall, Jacksonville. He was married about IS the Methodist church next Saturday R. N. An'I..W1I. (Juooa\| E r tilts.Spruceblnlt. Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season In sizes from 6x0 to IX'' :Sew I

years ago, and his wife iiirvlves him and evening Sunday morning and evening.All COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Mj
", was with him at the time of his death. are cordially Invited to attend. .T. R. Walker chairman Tltusvllle; John R. Tapestries, New Body Brussels New Wiltons, New Smyrnu'
/f Mtot, Indlanola, ; R A.. Conkltnir, Tlllmaii. ;John Hock Is the largest. My prices are the lowest. AlattlngH I.molenmi.Portlers .
Appointments of Presiding Elder Ful C Jontm, Quay; J. F. Bell, White City.. Regular Art
The Boston branch omce'of the EAST wood of the Jacksonville District, 4th .....1011.. are held drat Monday In each niontu.BRKVARH Shades, Cocoa Mats Rubber Mats, Bath Room Mats and

COAST ADVOCATK Is at 401 Atlantto round. COUNTY OFFICERS.A. Squares jy Will be glad to send sample. and quote prices.

'.' avenue. Fernandlna.. . . Oct. 17, 18. I. Penney,Tlttnvllle;. ..... .County Jndire.
King's Ferry. 10. D. I.. Oaniden. Tltimvllla;. Pro Att*y.
...
r Callahan. . 20, 31. A. A. Stewart Tltmvllle.. .. '. County Clerk
J. F. Woolen, Cooiw, ...Tax AnneMor. :E: E OLeX:
DON'T FAIL TO SEE: E. A. Waddell .
,\ T3KOIUHAKA Ueen Cove Springs 22, 23. K. W. Hall.Titnevllle.1 I .Tax Tolleutor ,
.. FLA. Miami J If you want to buy Improyc.1or Palatka . . . 2-,, 2! unimproved lands. Prices to suit .* R. K.: Mima, Bonaventura .. l'I"I't.Pllb.' Inst. 27: WEST FORS4YTH J.A.CKHOSII.I.E.,
New 6 T.
Smyrna . .. . at, !M. J.u. Frlni Tliiiavllle, ..County Bnrveyor. >
all )'artle.. Daytona. . . . . 20, 30. J.P. HrowwnTituvtlle.?. .... '....... ... Bhtorllf.I
DeLand . . . . 31, 1. W. 8. ..ReguuratlonOttloer.TITUaVILLK -- --
Hodgson Bros. ARE YOU A HOAT-HUILIER t If Jacksonville charges.-Nov. 2.J.. !! TOWN COUNCIL.

you are, !get one Walton's. Patent Panama Mis . . . 7, 8. I O. A. Frost mayor I Van Worley marshal and The Best is Found the Cheapest.
CAU: JAI.LIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat- Miami . . ... . . 11. tax collector.. ;R. t. Mmla, jr.:, clerk and traa
Key Largo. . . S.15 John Henry, tax assessor; J. R. Walker,
14,15.
Marine Railway. builders and owner. of boats. Calks F. A. Morgan, L. A.Brady, I'. J. Hull and J. L.
boats more rapidly than any other Illscayne Bay ... 17 18. ('arruth...... councilmen The council meeu !
\ General Merchant and Ship Chandleis, calking tool In the world. Price $i.OO West Palm Reach . . 19, 20.<< lint Tuesday. In each montb. UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAP

'. Special FacllltloR.. and $8.00 each, at ADVOOATR: office Ft. Pierce. . . ,. 21, 2.J.: TITfSVILLK BOARD OF TRADE.
Indian River mission . 2a; 21%. O. .
Tltusvllle, Fla. M. Robbing, president;J. 1\( IXxon: trean-
Far Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Sanford . .. .* 28, 20. flier.J. U Baat, __...tary. Meeta second Wedneaday .
Yachts and Launches. Tltusvllle. .. .. 30. night la each month at their rooms '
An Ordinance. Moot trie. . .. .Deo. 2, 3. FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS. Are the Best. Ask your NeigMJ
Mention. the ADVOCATB when writing. 'FruI tland . ft, 0. Indian River Lodm, No.90 holds IU meetings
H', lie It ordalutxi by the Town Council of the second' and: fourth: Friday Aver: each
llepnirlnsr. month, at their lodge mom Indian hotelat WE MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS
Rupert: >> Typewriter
the Town of Tltusvllle that it shall be TUMI o'clock p m. J. L.Carrutliem W. M.;
: unlawful for the owners custodians of n- TO CLOTHING AND DRY .d J F. A. Morgan.8ec'T.ORDER .
1, 'Oliver Typewriters, the standard vllM OOODS !..IERCIIANTS.'or
OF EASTERN: STAR.
mulea or horses, to permit them to .
e being; adopted by all leading houses at large In the nlghtlme or dilrlng run the : Kent, a Fine Corner Brick Friendship Chapter,No. 11, hold Ita meettnrs
the 603 Store In Tltusvllle. the In the Maaonle ., For
throughout country, only part, day time Sunday, within the county "rmoDt rttunviilo. on the Tomatoes try
on -
corporate lint Tuesday In "" at:3 joo'olouk;
U\laJnst over 1500 In any other typewriter. town of Brevard, on Indian : p. m.;;
limits of the Town of Tltusvllle and tad tb. third Tuesday lu each IIInnth
.t T:30o..I..k
q.e .keep It la ieialrai.Ionl( 1\1I you own It. whoever shall violate this ordinance River Suitable for clothing, p. m. The ,. the oftlo..r. or
.nowfnr..re
'< nvot Typewilter Exchange, Jackson gents furnishings, dry goods, the lodge I Mrs. B. worth
shall be fined In a sum not to exceed ten : kt.r.'U::: ; .UNITED
Mr. J. Carruthers. worthy D Pape
ville. Pla.OVER etc. Rare chance for a good *** patron; Vegetable
dollars or be Imprisoned In the city jail 'Stewart. A.H>. Matron) Mn. M. A. Bcrtingmmr.
business
not to exceed ten days. The finding of up-to-date man on Secretary' Mr. J. M. Dxon.Treasnrer: "'no.
FIVE THOUSAND OF WAton's the East Coast. Immediate Jullu Kline ConduotreMiMIaZan. / mules
or horses running at large before
AMU. Cond'a. Mn. Ueo. .
l'oAlte.ton. Full W. ttcoble.l Ada; ;Mrs,
particularsof
I. Rapid Calking Tools now In use six o'clock a. m. shall be prima facia evidence J. L Carruthera. Ruth; Mr (J- M. Ronbtn. One trial will make oar customer.If .
i by boat owners In the United States. that they went permitted to run M. Robbios, Tltuavllle, t.therLl\lrw.; K. A. Morgan Martha; Miss Aleph yon
the AD- S3"LEAVE Fla. -4: Mime, Klwta: ; Mr*.John R. Walker. \\"a..I.r "tl to
Price '''.U' and *3.00 each at at such custodian. ; *
owner or
large by dealer of Paper
your does
M _. Mr. F.A Morgan Cnaplato; Mr*. T. T. Wet not handle UNITED BRAND
'VOCATK otHce, Tltusvllle, Kla. Approved this the twenty-fourth day more. Sontluel; Mr. Cha it. Walton Marihal.r" .

----, of t-tember i I'.KXI.! ; O A. FROST YOUR LAUNDRY AT TUE -I_ UNI".rED P. .PER C&)..
xv": Reading notice ads. on this page Attest Mayor. ADVOCATK office for Ocala Laundry. : OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale, !'

ire dye coats per line per week. U. F.. MIMH, Clerk. Da.ketleaves Tuesday noon. Cheap, at this office. SOUTHERN \ r...,.'"TA
OFFICE, .
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