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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 9, 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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NO.7'. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER O, 1003. PRICE Bo. A v

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NEWS -Mr. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, HAVE YOU SEEN THEM ? The &:n. DRESSMAKING IN TOE LATEST THE SCHOOL EXCURSION.The AMONG THE HOTELS. '

OCAL spent a day orco In Titusville this week. Men's Newport Overalls. They are styles by a first-class dressmaker. Prices \

the best. J. R. Walker & Co. most reasonable at J. M, Sanders,
\ of General Interest -October 15th: will be opening day of Cocoa Fla.Colonel excursion given by the Tltusvllle Col. A. E. Dick, formerly manager of .
Topics J. M. Sanders' new Millinery and Dress -Born, to Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Stumpe, High School at the Opera House last tho Tampa Buy Hotel, who has Just "

making Parlors at Cocoa, Fla. In Tltusville, on Saturday, Oct. 3rd, 1IMKJ) Cbas. P, norton, whose Wednesday evening! proved a grand I success. closed a Ruconnsful Reason nt the Long .

TOE ADVOCATE, -Mrs. A. P. Gruber of Tltusvtllo visIted a fine 10-pound son. summer residence Is at Bourne', Mass, The train left promptly at S o'clock Beach hotel, Long: Beach, I,. I., has renewed .y
annum, in advance. will be among:; the first to arrive ht Can with all the seats tilled as great many his lease of tho ,property. Duringthe :'
Rl UO her mother Mrs- In New OUR LINE of MEN'S PANTS SHIRTS
Kr'ofl per" six months, '. Tyler, averal Club the coming season. took advantage. of the, cheap rates The winter Colonel Dick will devote him- "
Smyrna, on Tuesday here Neckwear etc. is complete. Give usa
returning onThursday. Titusville d the
countries. OI'ohalltl'IIICCIIIIIIlul tho of Hotel Qrenoblti
suit to management -
Blooper: an. to foreign I Our fall stockof
trial. J. R. Walker & Co. LADIES, ATTENTION
excursion and dispensed sweet tnnslo New York of which he 1st the pro-
,
the ADVO-
for -
subscribe hats trimmings: etc., are now on
lea you does not cost DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell -Maj. M. Goldsmith, after upending a along the way, which made the Unto 111'10 tor.
rf the it you display have a look; pleasure to
by year Miami if want to Improvedor week with his at Fort Pierce returned quickly.
Included. you buy son pass very
week, postage show them. J. R. Walker & Co. The Florida! East Coast Hotel Company
oentB per
unimproved lands. Prices to suit to Tltusville on Monday. At 0 o'clock the excursion .groundswere
printed
| has announced the dates for the
dateof expiration This all parties. -Mr. S. Df. Mrrray! traveling representative reached, where lieu excursionists
week. WAIT AND !SEE MY LARGE AND of the hotels the
paper or wrapper every of Marx Bros., Jacksonville, were entertained for an hour with a very.. opening magnificent on
.Ipt for your money. No needto -County Judge A. D. Pennoy left hereon np-to-date Invoice of millinery and was In Titusville the first of the week. Dice program, consisting of muslo, both east coast nystem. The Palm heads

$ lend l receipt for subscription. Tuesday for Miami, to attend Circuit trimmings October 15th. J. M. Sanders He was a guest of the Sornblor Cottage.J. vocal and Instrumental, recitations, mid season Is to have an early opening this y

|ue Rives I It to you. Court for Dado county, which opened Cocoa, Fla. ending with the condo dialogue/ entitled, coming season N s
there this M. Sanders has secured the Is the list of east coast
week. Mrs.'John C. Joncsand little daughter services "Tho Serenade" Each. and all who so-, The following a
Reading notice ads. are ten cents of a first-class dressmaker and mil hotels with the dates of opening and
-Mr. J. A. Collins Is extending,: the of Quay, accompanied CommissionerJones kindly contributed to the program do-
liner take his and
to of millinery
neon this page. dining room of his restaurant, the old to Tltusville, and have been the charge,: serve special mention, hut time and closing; ,'\
dress business at Cocoa Fla. Polnolann Palm Tlnach Lake
making on
Itlornoj Goo. M. Robblns has been one being too small to accommodate his guests! of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hall. space will not permit Weonly nay that Royal of

Ellug tO legal matters In Miami this numerous patrons I, -Dr. W. L. Itughlett was a passenger,: each did their psi t very nicely all.lall Worth. Under the management Mr.
and two )Decum-
[ Shave Fred
esllrll. Hayman, Storry. Opens Thursday,
excursionist.
hound train
on Friday's not tho en routeto was greatly enjoyed by
I added to his teen -The schoul house lot Is being fencedin Naval /Stores magnates, of Eau Oullle 1 Hendumonvllle, N. C., where he goonto : Aunt !Sainmiilin and Uncle Josiah Allen bur 17, lllOlt\ ( :\; climes Saturday! April I 0, ,.

,M. Sanders has this week, which adds to the appear- and Osteeu, paused through Titusville attend Miss Grace Harden who Is (personated/ by Miss Kate IStewal'taDd 1001.

Iisine.e, Millinery and Dressmaking ance very much. Contractor P. J. Hall last Saturday, going; down to Eau Gal lle. quite ill. ) Mr. (I, L Mandavllle. ) "took In" the The Breakers, Palm Beach hy-tlie-soa. '

oa,, Fla. has the work In hand. They were in Tltusville again yesterday i excursion as did also "Grandma" Palmer 1 European plan Under the management ,

TLEMEX.Let us make you a suit. on business. -Mr. Chan. II. Walton, of Tltusvllle, and leer small grandchildren; both of Mr.\ Fred !terry. Open Monday\ ,
Mrs.
Geo. W. Scoble nnd
daughter, has this week been on a visit to Mr. 1 liioI)I closes [Saturday April
February ,
fit and please or ;
guarantee to you Miss Merle, arrived in Tltusville last -Rev. and Mrs. n. F. Brown who of which were quito entertaining.
and Mis. Chas. It. Jefferson at their
pc!\ J, B Walker & Co. Friday and intend to spend the winter have been spending! ; the summer at Ashland Conductor J. R. Walker was In charge t 1, 1IHM.) '
bountiful summer mddcnco at Sandwich, Pouce Do Leon, St. Augustine. Under
Co. has had a here. Their legion of friends are gladto N. Y., are now at their old home of the train, and did everything to slat to
C.
tin Fla. E Ky. !Mat*., near Buzzard' Bay. the management of Mr. \Robert Murray.
In Baltimore. Mr. Drown writes that the comfort of the Nothing
have them here passengers.
I at. work this week re- again. 12 HKM) closesTuesday
carpenters he will return to Titusville about the -!Mr. J. B. Conrad.of the firm of the unpleasant to mar tho pleasure 1 of the Opens Tuesday, January ;
jutueir! employe's cottages. -Mrs. T. Blake Walker, of Jackson I April' ;!, UM)4.)
first of November.I Bond Lumber Co., passed. through/ Tltusvllle occasion excepting 11 tramp wholel'lillt.\ '
JVADDKLL, MIAMI, real estate yule, who has been spending the past the first of the week on route to ed In annoying Conductor Walker !, Alcazar, St. Augustine, Under the ,
bit of real I three months with her parents Captain HAVE SECURED TIlE SERVICESof management of Mr. Joseph P. Greaves.
[tor, has some choice Osteen to Investigate a saw mill they are On the return trip the train stopped
lie for sale. Call upon him.e 'and Mrs. James Pritchard, In Titusville, a llrat-cluss dressmaker and milliner having put up at that place Hamlet for refreshments, where a dollo Opens Wednesday, November 25, 1\)0\1) :\
will return to her home in Jacksonville, from one of the largest cities In the lout lunch wn served, and then the Con close Saturday, April 30, 11)0-1.)
Br.R. A. Bobbitt Is now driving the this afternoon.Mrs. North, to take charge: of my millinery Messrs. Bates Llmpus and Arthur doctor announced that the train had a Ormond, Ormond on-the-llallfax, Under a'
hi I wagon between Titusville and and dressmaking; department J. M. Jean, of Mitchell, Ind., and Mrs Rose would thu management of Messrs: Ander-
for the contractor !Mr. P. Kyzer. C. S. Schuyler and daughter, Fla. and Miss Addle "hot box, and that all passenger Monday
j Sanders, Cocoa, Burneson daughter,: ar have to walk homo which they did Hon and Price. Opens January
Miss Helen, of Jensen, after spending a lived In Tltusville\ Wednesday and 1)1)cloMos)/ April 11 HJ04.&oyall'allll .
ex 11 ) Saturday ,
;
ln.T and of Sebas- Unit
B. Hicks baby, week among friends In Tltusville, re -Messrs. J. R. MIot, Indlanola; It. A. mnoh to their regret but feeling
[
|vile! was a visitor In town the first ping en route at Rockledge for a visit ofa and J. F. Bell.. White City members of
11 100-1 closest Monday
January ; i
!week few days. the- Brevard County Commissioners, -Miss Willie King;, of Hardevllle, CANAVERAL CLUB
this week to visited with the of Dr. Mi. R. Wii Apr1l4l1101. .I, ,
In town attending family
were ,
MBER I E. A. WADDELL, MlIn Colonial Nassau N. P. (Bahama 11- +
-Miss Alice Sanders, of Indiauola, v
their duties the Board.Attorney son several days this week. She has
|, l the man to to. If you want on ands Under the of !III'.
go management
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daughter of Mr.V.. R. Sanders, was a beeu appointed assistant teacher In the For the fourth sermon Manager and 1 ,
J Grove Pineapple Plantation orruble and Mrs. J. C. Jones and / II. K. Beml. Thursday December ,
Open
last Monday's northboundtrain ,
on
passenger Eau Gallle school and will be there to Lessee J. U. !Hast, of the Indian\ River
Farm. en route to DePunlak Springs: child, of Orlando, were visitors In Titus take her place Monday hotel, Tllusvllle, ha* been proffered the :21, 1110:1)():); closes Saturday April 2, I,

Ir. and Mrs. T. A. Robinson and where she will be a student at the State ville last Sunday. Mr. Jones ia a candidate position of Uuporintendant of the Canaveral 1WM.( :f fItoya'

|wn, of St. Lucie, arrived I In town Normal College.Mr. for State's Attorney for the Hey =Mrs. O. A. Quarteman, who has been Club. He has again. accepted Victoria., Nassau, N. P., (.IJ. ',: '
enth Judicial Circuit and has her at Brunswick Ga Lama Islands Under the management
the of Mr. many visiting parent )
ietiUtv, ami were /guests the position and Is now busily engaged
-! John Graham was a passengeron for the months 1C. llomU.. Announcement i.
In Brevard of
friends county past two passed through Mr. II.
llrsJ. P Brown until Wednesday. III preparing for the opening of the clubhouse
train his to Sanford
Monday's on ,
way Tltusville Monday on lonte to her hume will Inter ,
and Mrs. a. W. Holmes of at Chester Shoals which will be appear h
,
Dr. ,
where he to spend the winter season -
Ir. Robt C Ileaton, a popular goes at Cl>OK tor shoals Mr. uartertnan. met I
Canaveral Club will probab- with his firm, Messrs. Chase & IIar- Sharpe.,.were In Jacksonville the early her here and accompanied her home. about the 1st of December.Ctpt. { .

te prof Boston for the East Coast In ney, tbe fruit brokers, of Miami\ by part of the week, attending the marriageof O. C. Hun rue, of Kiilmoutli, For Kent or I elue.

Mr, Ileaton will whom he Is employed as stenographer.A tliclrson, Mr. Samuel Holmes 'The Motors. J. (I. Bust, F. A Morgan, Ma,,"., will again be engineer In charge -
7 accompany Doctor stepped of here on. his way backto M. S. Hams F. M.! Wooten, R. li. Stewart of the clubs launches. Mr. Bast lias, appointed Tho Thomas cottage, a small boardinghouse ; t

carload of horses and mules were attend to professional business.Mr. and John K. Walker loft here ;yesterday Geo. U. Nan man an /pilot, Capt. centrally located I In the town of
,
Irof.( Chris. B. Cory of Boston, the brought here this week by Mr. Frank '
,
his for Daytona to attend a meetingof Henry Benecke mechanical engineer, Coooit. A fine opportunity for the right m'
Fred A Morgan accompanied
erof "nnaheral Club, Informs us Wooten, of Turnbull, from Henderson Halifax\( Chapter No. A F. M. Wooten "'I'ecII.\ 1!. VVlight. as head game keeper, to Mns. M. A. THOMAS, "
Apply ,
brother Ed ward to Melbourne Saturdaylast party. i" l
l und his wife will be at Palm villa\ N. C. Mr. Andrew KroHuher, of was scheduled to take a ride on the guM and Max Houck as axitUtiint. tf Cocoa. Fla.Hiilpfiur "L.
the Intention of bringing a ,
tthli winter as usual. They may LaGrange, was among the purchasers, with up The club linn posted pionerve of over
J'erai (fltusville on the way to the balance of the stock going to Port launch, but on account of the heavy rain -W, M. Brown, president of the Fort lO.HH( acres, which will be under the *upervlition
Worth the followlngday they had to postpone Dallas National Bank, arrived Tuesday Springs for Snle.
uf Mr. Wright during the sea'
Pierce.Mr. the Idea and leturnod by train Instead. looking very greatly bonefitted byhl .
Itwn. R. N, Andrews, of Cocoa, and Mrs. Harry P.iyoo Whitney son. -
in the He Is
outing east. natuially
In Holman Worcester The coachman stablemen chef and The famous Avon Sulphur Springs: located
I-E.Puttzof Sprucfbluff, members will soon close their hunting season -!Mr. E M. ,
elated the fact that his bank
I Board of Public Instruction, and England and go to New York for awhile. Mass., who spent last winter In Titus- over wait assistants, butler and household help, at Avon, Livingston county N. Y.
of the In the whole lnclud.InlC
loeo.leot: K. E. Mime, of Bonaven- Mr Whitney U. having a fine house-boat vllle with Mrs. Holman bought a fine one selected fifty the of the country Treasury are now being appointed/ by the HuportntemUnt About ono hundred acre of land !

>ere In town the first of the week, built In Baltimore; and as soon as it is launch thin summer, and he has been for the by Secretary distribution of and will\ !h" ready to 1(0 on duty about twenty aciesof b""utl'ull'ark, '
recent
log to their duties on the Board. completed-after Jan 15th-Mr. and having lots of amusement out of It, giving goy the latter part of November. five iprlng of sulphur water and. first- 11
for
ernment funds safe Miami
Mrs. Whitney will leave for Florida\ and his friends free trips all over Wor keeping The attendance of the gentlemen; comprising claim half mile ruco track. 'I'leesosprings

rT' Jefferson/ Coolidge; Jr., whop spend some time cruising on Indian River cester's famous lake. I Metroplls.Miss the membernhlp of the club produce tho litiestsulphur wator known.

p abroad for two or three and Bay Biscayne Our representative and Florence Colmar, who had promises to be large items season. For further particulars address,
|I-R i>en
lad-has returned to Boston. Mr. merle Paget (the latter Mr. Whitney's general manager of the Fast: Co.Coast whose tins, at the Sombler Cottage, for the will\ as usual be the first arrival of thoseason. tf Exchange St., Rochester, N. Y. r .

I'M I: U a member of Canaveral Club, slater), will come over from England; Canal and Transportation Is still past two months, left Titusville\ last Saturday --- -----
Is in Ht.
Augustine,
gill, probably, visit Tltusvllle the and join the forger party In their cruise headquarters with his wife at Ponfret Cen- for Crescent City, Fla., whore she The launches, which are now on Nel- TO BE MARRIED.
j?winter, on the East Coast. sojourning will will visit for a week or two and then she son' way, will be thoroughly overhauled
Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Miles! return -
|r. G ter, will\ goon to Jacksonville\ to viol also and be ready to gr Into commission -
o. A. Boyden of N.
Brooklyn Graham of Miami to St. Augustine\ later In the season.
Walter S. laiD
-Dr. The editor of the ADVOOATK receipt I
presenting DeGrauw & Mis Colmar, while here, made many about the l.'ith, of November.The 4
handlers, /of New Boyden oallfoii and his two sons, Robin and Ralph, Miss F. B. Arnold, of Jensen, was a friends who will\ miss her, as she was a fleet of ball and ducking boat at of the following Invitation:
office on York and was a stayed over in town this week from Tues passenger on Sunday's northbound trainen lively participant In all social affair.. the club house are also being placed In ")11'1. Phena. Klndall Love request
Tuesday, Inspect- day to Wednesday, enroute home. The where she to the honor of at the marriage -
Pt J, O. route to California, goes first-class condition for the winter'sdeck your presence
| Walton's patents, the Doctor, who was a former resident of meet her brother and him to -One of the prettiest little summer, shooting. ; of her niece, Edith Merrill Ward

"IOR Block Tool and the Selt Locking Titusville for many years, had been New York. It Is probable accompany that Mr. and home in Sandwich, Mas,, Is that of Mr, .- to Mr. Thomas Dalton Smith, on Wed.

for both of which he pre- spending a couple of months In Jacksonville Miss Arnold will\ spend the winter In St. and Mrs. Cha. B. Jetlerson; whose win 1 nesday, the fourteenth of October, at
J /Kreat demand when they be- felt that the change ter home Is at Robe Hound. The house HOLMES-JENNER il;
sell known and said be Louis, Mo., but their many Indian River twelve o'clock, Ht. James Episcopal
[ to the trade. had benefltted him considerably, more In friends hope that they will yet decide to .Is I on a gentle slope, overlooking' small church, Hondorionvllle, N. C., 1IMI3." :. i

few boxes of grapefruit andre fact than his trip to California, Arizona spend the winter among them. lake and I Is surrounded with applepear, Mr. Samuel D. Holmes and Miss Florence -

I being sent forward by some and other places last year, and taking the quince and other fruit trees; while a Edith Jenner, were united In tbe
trower.In| this section, but the climate of "lot-Ida as a whole It suited -Mir Gilbert Carter, governor of the beautiful lawn I Is spread out In all It* holy bond of matrimony at Trinity W* have also received' the following

II I tne ro will not start for a cou- him better than that of any other State. Bahamas, who recently married Miss glory; In front of the residence. The Interior church, Huuih Jacksonville, Tuesday annouucement h
maths yet. The trees are During the last few days of his stay In Gertrude Parker, of Boston, has returned of the house I Is elegantly /fitted up evening last, and passed through here "Mr Martha Ramsey .announce the

|ybuden and the propping; very of Jacksonville, Dr. Graham was given a to Boston from their honeymoon in with costly brlo-a-bran and furniture Wednesday on their way to the home of mcrrlage of her daughter Margaret to I Ieach '

ranches. bas made considerable( up totally unexpected surprise by tbe arrival the White Mountains and Canada. Sir while the walls are covered with oil and the bridegroom' parent. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. William Atwood, on Wedn thousand

rorlt; for the growers: than usual of hU boys, whom he had supposed Gilbert and Lady Carter, who expect to water-color paintings/ the work of Mr. G. W. Holme, at Sharpen.. September the thirtieth one

I8'do not mind that of course. were still at school at Mandarin. "The sail for Nassau this week, will pay Cha. B. Jefferson and his father, Mr. Tbe groom I Js well known on the East nine hundred" and three, Hackensack, M'

little fellows, nine and twelve years old Miami, Palm Beach and St. Augustine Joseph Jefferson. Tbe vlllugn of Sandwich Coast and I Is real popular In bill present New Jersey. / ,
f,PJ. i 0 Walton and Mr. Cbas. respectively, had walked the distance of a visit this coming winter, the ADVO- I Is quite picturesque, and the surrounding place of residence, Jacksonville, where We extend congratulation and best k, )

I0 were among the favored ones twenty miles to the city through CATS representative Is Informed.The country I Is mountainous with he hold. a responsible position In the wishes to both of the young couples, M

e toreceive invitatatlons to at- swamp and forest, making the greater Hon. George; Von I.. Meyer, a delightful view of hill, dales and lake post ofllcej; while hits bride I I. a charming and we hope, In the language of Mr.' Joseph !

nd grand/Honorable banquet given by tbe An. part of their way at night, the Journey well-known member of Canaveral Club, from various vantage .pots. Being only English lady and a native of London, Jefferson, "that they may live long

ton, to Artillery Company, being all the more remarkable on account who Is the United States Ambassador to eight miles from Buzzard's Bay, considerable who came over here, about throe years and prosper"

DI'. of the Honorable Artillery of the fact of Robin having Just Italy, has been In Boston for awhile, receiving visiting I II carried on during the ago. She will\ now make permanent
d London.. This was one of arisen from a bed of sickness. They greetings from his many friends. summertime between the recldenU of stay In tbe "Land of Flower" The CHURCH NOTICES. to

events of the season and a were very homesick, and will\ now go to Ambassador Meyer bas now taken his both place In purchasing/ home at newly married couple, who will reside In ISI

bard aOyof the Honorable* who had school Miami. departure for Rome and among tbe dinners Sandwich we think Mr. and Mr*. Jefferson .Jacksonville bay. tbe beet wishes of the -

the of Tltnsvllleor Indian Rlv- and given In his honor before leaving did a wise thing. At present, Mrs. ADVOCATE for a happy and prosperous There will be preaching at the Methodist f .
line
Full now
? 5111 surely our favored SHOES, SHOES. Jefferson and her sister. Miss Carey, are at 11 d da.
of pay trouble to get a Boston, was one given by AI r. and Mrs. life. church In Cocoa next Sunday
Horlda No
a visit in transit. In of the house but will\ '
more them. J. K. Edward R. barton, at their palatial charge ; they m. and 7:30: p. m.. All are Invited.
fit. No trouble to show leave for New York In a week or so, to
OPEN '
\ UP TIlE LARGEST Tltusville. cottage, The Mount. This was one of For Hale. of the Mtb- xj
t Walker: Co., stay a fortnight or longer with friend., The Ladle Aid Society
,fJacksonville. / and trimmings tbe largest dinner parties of tbe season. ere leaving for Hobo Hound for the win --- dist Church, will meet with Mr.. WI11I-

J on October 15th. .Reward. The munclpal election for tbe Dew city ter. Pineapple plant for sale. Apply, ban next Wednesday at 3 p. m. All the

M. Sanders, Cocoa, Fla. $25.OO of West Palm Beach, was held last Tues tf J. W. BKUKKK, Georgian, Fla. ladle are cordially invited.
full of lurprl_. FURNITURE, FURNITURE. We. can
The result was
lal to Lost a blue speckled hound, which re- day. please We meet all outside com-
field and you.
Orange In the
Growers 23: reward There were three tickets Healed Hid Wanted. r
.ponds to name of Henry. $ successful. Geo. G. petition and pay the freight. Send o* CARD OF THANKS. P
W. each partially:
Q g lust received a will be given for his return to D. was and W. W. Hendrick- your order. J. R. Walker: Co. -
II ire large quantity Curry, for mayor
an Oraog. Wrap8' we are prepare Monroe Titusville.\ son for marshal won on an Independant Sealed bid will be received by John R. To all those who were Interested, and

'? all )de" Promptly. Caller ticket. A. M. Lope for clerk, won on Orange Wrap Walker chairman of the Board of County helped In the "Excursion!:: Party/' by

5 U'es' and prices. Fischer Cottage For Kent. the Peoples' ticket, and J. D. C. Morris, Commissioner of JSrevard County, their donation, entertaining, or presence

IT ,; t"MDEK.I: SUPPLY Co.Titusville M. E. Gruber, E. W Parrlsh and B. )t. Manila and .colored tissue. Bee sample until noon of Nov. 2nd, 1003<< for the following we feel deeply grateful and wish to r

t la. 7 room house In Tltusfllle;plenty pure Potter for aldermen,won on tbe CItizens and piloe road work. The Board reserve assure the public of the same.TITUSviLI.B .

drinking water. Appll tft20nov3 ticket EAST COAST LUMBFU A SUPPLY Co. the right to reject any and all bid: : HIGH 3cnootICeglatratlon .
c. I' : 'n Tltusvllle Fla. Tbe publlo road from Indlij River to
Young Chicks. Tltnsvllle, Florida. Lagoon River to be worked out a* a
Gardner's) Flyers. hooks
e second chase road a. often a* needed, ISO Open.

111Ihl'more ten cents each ten days Cottage for Uent. feet grading/ to be done at a avannah. -

Bto Pped four week after ordo Wagons for Sale. Now Open. At a low place to tbe road a toot bridge The Registration book, of the town of

< : era made to order ERR of Tall and Winter Drees Good A 12 room furnished cottage on Barton three feet wide and 10O feet long to be Tltuvllle, opeu to-day (Friday) and will

yield at once I IRecelpe I now have on band a large stock Broadcloth, Venetian, eta. big variety Ave, Rockledge, for rent for tbe winter. constructed. There I Is also about | of a continue to be open until October 10rh.

ample,one you d 40 cta. post 2-Inch tire and 3-inch tie one-hort wag 30 Different Style Outing Flannel 30. Apply to, JAMES L. WILSO: mile scrub grubbIng In the road 100:.. They will be found at my wagon

for see head 25 centa. one that can be delivered at once. Furniture, Shoe, Dry Good.. Or, Rockledge, Fla. Jons It. WALKSI, and blacksmith chop. K. E. Maass.
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LO\I B ". POULTBT FARM, K. E. MUll Tltucvllle, .III., Fla. C. A. GAUDS, TlttuvUle Fla. A. WHCKLB: New Haven Conn. Chairman Board County Commissioner. City Clerk.

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FNtesR ABDUL'S COSTLY SLEEP. WEED REMEDIES.How r- Georgia Southern I;


."r Prlee For slumber That !. Paidbf to I... Waraldo Orovrlha to
30V Q1 Ta.....,.'. Sallnn. I Cure Various III. & Florida ;

Sleep that COMM $!)Oa night seems Many of the plants that are popularly Raft

1 F r. pretty expensive but that Is what the known today/ as "just t'Cml'ODWI'PdS" "SaW.D"-IU'.r f
In the the an'lentll.an e knot. I
sultan of Turkey who Is right were tnwiHurwl by -

1 jOlgTtJ public rye at the presentllme Is now even 110 recently as "grandmoth II Operates the "Dxle.FiWr, !
paying for the privilege of more or less I er's day," for their medicinal properties '
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hONtstt tranquil repose. writes the Constantinople says the Philadelphia Record In Schedule lutlTtTt J ,1\\?,. -,,. I"I!

lL,1d correspondent of the WashingtonPost. fact our granlparents believed implicitly t Palataa'' .. .. Ulxl! Hv.r! I.IUk
The money Is received by the that In every locality might be .1'n Jacksonville. ,' I 1
11 "i4 members of the special military staff found the. plant that would prove effective ArValdosta .. ..... ... 9'ArTifton. I""'it"" '
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Abdul Hamld's bedroom the diseases of that country. ,
which guard for .... .. Ii tSalU: 'II
and which consists of two generals, 8 The people l of today are slowly awakening ArMaooU?." .. .. \ ptuu';' : | j

colonel a major, a captain and several to A realization of the value of Atlanta C. of IJa .' tAr
soldiers. For their night's work each these Inexpensive home remedies, N.C. A 8tL: :" ? ::ant Ti

of the two generals gets 00 Turkish many of which are sold by druggists of ( Ar ArNatbvllle.Chattannoira... ... ,I ,,.1"'""" f
pounds, or about 9235; the colonel 4O under a different name. III.Cent. R. R.'I"; t

the major 85, the captain 30 and each Them la frequent demand for a rem J lJJ1! II J Ar ArChloapo 81. Louis.'.............. ,' .2.; ",,' 7U .
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soldier 1, the entire amount aggregating edy for catarrh In the head Much re- i I :: t N. R. R.: JOlIn I I

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slightly over $!HX> In money lief may be obtained by using a nasal Ar Cincinnati... .. .. -" ,im H
The officers and men get their fee douche, twice a day, of warm water t tc'r C &" K. I. R. R. Jl ram I
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every morning Immediately they have with a little salt and sweet milk added.Afterwnld "
Solid train from raik ,mini
.- been relieved and don't have to wait snuff pure olive oil Into the n' Trains from tttlatlca ooun", !, ,I to *
for It like some pretty big nations to nostrlln., The douche cleanse and the train going north from Ia,l h. 'm" 11 il."u' ,
\ Sleepers on Ulx le '\\0, ,
whom Abdul Hamld owes money. oil heals, which may prove effective la I '\I i In depot. until F in:,'treiiiainlnif ,:,," lot, *

IMPJIOVES\ : THE TOWNTHE This expensive night guard of the some cases; but a "weed"remedy" has Young girls at I I Title Pullman to St. IxniU Buffet via Sleeping abovei: car: ,'r,",...,

sultan's has been maintained by him proved more effective. A bad case of of can on Dixie Flyer train""u ii l.IIlth u11

WORK OF BROOKLYN'S HEALTH only sin e the recent assassination/ of catarrh has been cured by smoking this period of life eat sleepers. on lame train u', i ";,, !1'lJl". I.11'1obanKo. 'r/,
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PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION. the royal couple ftferv; &T course mullein leaves. The smoke must be For schedules and other m ml a',,,aum

the timorous ruler of Turkey alwayshas forced through the nostrils; It has a or their mothers \ DUtnctPa',. ILI."R. *l4
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been particularly well guarded,at tendency to heal and dry those passages Or AI" f."., ;,,\.\ Jlaj
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d of nuUeGea. ,
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Onrunlxntlon Comp o
How an night, tuft\ the murders at Belgrade leading to the lungs. Mullein Is are earnestly invited C.B. RHODER. ev
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fix HonUr I'roinlnmt WomenCorrects Pass. AKt.. o.ta"1: '' I. ,
cared Abdul Hamld almost out of his a plant that grows wild in many states
(Irlo Allures and. ll.aatl- wits and he Immediately determinedthat and resembles the tobacco leaf In color to write Mrs.
Ira the (llr of thnrrhw.Village I
he would surround his bedchamber shape and grow! .
Improvement societies and all with the most vigilant men who The bl'I"t" "of 'salve-- can be made from Pinkham for advice ; all such letters are WOH lc

who arc lour('"ted In town Improvement could be secured and make It to their the mullein bloHooms. If the blossomsare

wilt (get I Home vnluiilile bints Interest to protect him. The commandof gathered and put Into a bottle and I strictly confidential ; she has guided in a -'
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by studying; ttio im-thocl. adopted by the special night guard Is Intruated hung In the*un they will In time become Mon la Quantity Hart.Q

Brooklyn women to lcnn find beautify to* eight" of the Bultan'a. mont faithful oil, which Is very healing. Thl'1' motherly way hundreds of young women ; W i3ITE'g: :
generals, two of whom are on duty may be fried In fresh butter and the

what that city.a few It'tiTinliiLil An exeolleut women example can dole of every night. Owing chiefly to this and liquid strained Into boxes ready for and her advice is freely and cheerfully given.School Cream

" other precuntlons that the ruler has use when cold. Vermifug
llluHtrntLtl In the development of adopted recently It Is estimated that "May butter Is best to use for days are danger days for American girls. !J.!!

the Woman' Health Protective association the weekly expense of running Tlldla salves," said an elderly lady. No Often physical collapse follows and it takes years to recover the

k\'\, of Brooklyn, which started Its kiosk la over $RO.H). doubt some readers may think this Is lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Has Led all! WORM Rgtnei j

I' work twelve year ago with a mem- superstition, but after much thought Perhaps they are not over-careful about keeping their feet dry; EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.

txTBhlp of lcM than twenty and today NEW HOME FOR BOERS.A will agree with her. In May pasturesare through carelessness in this respect the monthly sickness is usually _SOLD BY ALL DRUCCI8T1PIlFf

ball iniwrlbed on Its mater tin names of generally of clover, dandelion etc. rendered very severe. j ,

(100 prominent women. Nuys the New Colony to II* Lrtabilahed In Old and these lire said to contain excellent Then begin ailments which should be removed at once, or they will t{-JAMES- -F.wvv DALLARDt.. LO'
produce constant suffering. Headache, faintness, slight vertigo, pains
r Mexico. medical properties. Clover tea an York World. The aHMorlatlnn has for Negotiations have been closed for made from the clover blossoms is l m the back! and loins, irregularity of sleep and api*>tite,.a tendency
Its object the enforcement of city or. avoid the society of others all indicating that woman
the piircbaxe In old :Mexico, 100 miles Bald to be an effective cancer cure. to are symptoms KIDNEY DISEAS
dlnunreu and the Inauguration of reform arch-enemy in at hand
from the Texas boiler, of 100.000
I '. whore municipal ctounllnoiw lit acres which are to be used In providIng DO YOU AVANT!500) UUSTUNO REAL Lydia E. IMnklmin Vegetable<< Compound has helped many =
eoncerntd. homed for 300 Boer families to be estate agents endeavoring to dispose of young K'il'lover this critical: period. With it they have gone through s most fatal of aD

Twelve years DUO Mrs. A. J. Perry brought from South Africa by Jan 1. any property yoij mAY have for sale or I their trials with courago and safety. With its proper uo the young

''I! formed a little organization culled thy says the St. Louis Republic. The land exchange: ? If so, send full l particular girl is safe from the peculiar dangers of school years and prepared for eases.FOLEY1S'KIONEY.
of what you have, to I.. R. Benjtmln, hearty womanhood.
Street Improvement noclety. At the lies in the state of Tamaulipas, and Hanoverton O. s CUR

I name time Mrs James Sorlnifcrourfounded was selected from a tract of l.OOO.OOO A Young Chicago Girl "Studied Too Hard." : d Hi
the balance of which the
a Blmlliir wx-lety. Each was a acres on
Pnbllo Spirit In Menomlnee. "DEAR MRS. I'INKHAM:-I wish to thank you for the help and ben-
former citizens of the Transvaal republic -
f local club orgnntanl with the Idea of
Nothing odds more to the general attraction
have an option.Announcement eflt I have received through the use of Lydia 13. IMiikluuiiN Vegetable refunded. Cont
i' \ Improving conditions In their renpeo- of a place than beautiful or money |
, of the close of the Compound and Liver { ills. When I was about (seventeen
tlve vicinities Hearing of Mrs. Scrim- grounds about Its places of greatest remedies recognized by
negotiations was made the other night years old I suddenly seemed to lose my usual good
scour's society, Mrs. Perry visited a by Captain W. H. O'Donnell who public Importance. One of the finest I!I r t' -' health and vitality. Father said I studied too nent physicians as the icrfj

meeting and the union of tho two renltod. fought under General Joubert In the examples of this phase of Improvement hard but the doctor thought different and and Bladder troo
work Is to be seen in the city ofIenomln. ..... Kidney:
Now the organization bus developed ; ,. prescribed tonics which I took by the
war in Africa and who bas Just returned \ ,
:\ ..... Mich. where the grounds I I PRICK SOc. and $I.oe.
without relief. in
day
: quart Heading one
Into one of the moat potent : from old :Mexico In company : :
about the public library, the great : i the of Mrs.: IMnkham's great cures n. K. WILSON &: SON
factors In civic affairs In Brooklyn. wltb GeneralO. D. Joubert, a nephew .- paper ,
manual training school and the various I I __ and finding the symptoms described answered -
Already a number of reforms have of the noted Hoer fighter '
been credited to the organization/ the "The climate of old :Mexico is aim- ward school buildings are all treat. .- I mine I decided I would give Lydiat Foley's Kidney dl
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ed with an artistic unity purpose
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liar to that of Sonthfl'l'o," said Cap- K. I-JnldllIu's Vegetable Compound a
makes and bladder nSfYTANTEl
t kidneys
In street and the throwing
spitting cam which Is charming In results. And'
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tain O'Dounell. "and It Is believed trial. I not say a word to the doctor;
of paper In tin Htmet being two noticeable what, adds to the value of this truly I' I bought it myself, and took it according ---- -
that the Boer people will find It '
agree )-SEVHIAI: I i l .Ii l <'ltlul'
enforcement. of the law effected. valuable object lesson Is the fact that .1 .
\ able. There are about COO.OOO) Boers I t :>.. to directions regularly for two months, \f null In eih State i itnbllHtieil b.
with native shrub! trees and plants have : eleven MMcapital "' i, 'fn["
It Is to acquaint the people city In Smith Africa and many of them are ". and I found that I gradually improved, .
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and that tlu-Bo laws been made use of almost entirely In and that al! pains left and I to iipon.,, ,
ordinances to see leaving the country. I believe that ; me, was my and |> 'lIalol. "o. I' uu.
planting/ the grounds. It Is well worth JffIJ, old self LILLIE E. KafEeinenreekly: cnt>li, 'ol.i' F +I I' ,
: are enforced that the Woman's Health thousands. of them will eventually set once more. l:>CLAmt and I I' "
a long Journey to this place to see what 17 E. 22d St.; 111. Iruveilugexl.eueer ,
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Protective uHHoclntlnn U moat earnestly tie In old Mexico. eusheachweak Kxi> .,. .
public wplrlt can do when directed by lion r..n.1' en'f 'r e.
working. Tli, land which we have purchasedwas THE NATIOXAI :aM Dan ii'i iNItICC '1\\'"
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food[ taste. Miss Pratt Unable to Attend School.
Its explanation la Hint good laws are ", owned by Senator Butler of South
i ninde and filial away In archives condemned Carolina and Senator Pettlgrew of "DEAR )Iu I'INKIIAM-I: feel it my duty to tell nU young women .
: to llMUfli Members propose. to North Dakota The price agreed upon Women oral Town Improvement.If how much Lydia I:IMuUlianrs wonderful 'etn.lJlc! Compound has
have you organize au Improvement society dune for me. I was completely run down, unable.'! to attend school, and.
bring out the ordlimuceH! and make II $3.1:0: per acre and we will I
be lure to Include the women la LL t-OM'HlMOl: I Ivlx hi'"
It. The did not care for any kind of society but now I f"'l! like a new person, k neaualrtoAduhdtir
: Urookl 'u a rlennur city. Th eXIpctOorallllg twelve: yearn In which to pay It them opportunity to 11 niolitlmaltn of.I'
give
iyid an ,
In cars, In ferry houses and :Mexican government has agreed! to exempt out of their Ideas. A woman and have gained seven pounds of flesh In three months. I.,.., i
carry Home c. 1/nuat.deceneen.
la front of the courthouse led to n the Boers from taxation for the. Doa keen for the beautiful and "I recommend it to all young women who stiller from female weak Florida proxon. in) Itnluliitntrator .
a eye ,
violent agitation of the matter a number next fifteen years. ness." ;Miss AL.MA: I'HATT Holly, ;Mich.K. to the tl combinations
tier knowledge of color ('nutty.1uI e of""hi'< tJ
l of yours ago, the nsxoctutlon going Captain O'I>onni'll say the Boers In will be of great benefit In the arrangement I.yell" IMiikhiMu'.H Vegetable; Compound N the one sure remedy nnaMli.cliarKelT<>ii..
o". to the health department and complaIn. the: Tranivaal extremely poor. The of lowering plants. But her usefulness to he relied upon at tills Important I'rrlculln u young; girl's life.WYonn A. Sheri audu I I III

'. ing. The result wan the placing of gold mine, he says are now owned will not be confined to then8thetlc FORFEIT If weeanmt forthwHth pr..diic. tlm nrllt.11.tt..r. and uluimturei. ol :, p''
algae! In the cars prohibiting expectorat by nn Immense", syndicate and only a feature of the undertaking. ..bu.. UMiiuufUiAM, whisk vlll p' /e' their ubmiluu* ff"nitiptipHg{ TltnevllleFla..Jnlytl.\ i i't"'rt''V I" "

t ing. Now the "L>" BtutlonM. the ferry tow of them are In operation. Women can be UK practical as men are. !I, Lydia.K. rliiklium .MvUicInn c."... Lynn, M.... .

,I! houHei and the cars lire all la better In Green Tiny \Vls.. certain linen. of I -
condition, the mwoclutlou claims as ll..nr to ('"t ". Ion It bone.WbaIPbouo .
street work have been put Into the I

I.' the The outcome garbage of ulnae Its .work was another evil warmed over may a lamp t hll easily or by cut the If first n.... tinnd* of with a mont committee satisfactory of prominentwomen result THE VALUE OF IDEALS By President Oc8 r

HADLEY of Yale
After this It will become quite! soft. ':'
tbeYomuu'l Health Protective nsno-
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not and ,
'. They only plan plan wisely: tI>>
elation started a crusade agnlnst. KefUNO but they execute and execute thor :
cans were allowed to stiind un- oughly. i HE world is: more than a game of cards. History is: or'

1 *>niptl('(l lit front of rculileiicert! until the ___ ,_,__ I : NA
I more than a record of gambling operations Fidelity ;)
t ONHorlutton took up the mutter and won Ho Learned u Orctit Trutli. I d
G the cooperation of the police department y is more than SELFISH BELIEF in the accuracy = S
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It U said' of John Wesley that he once :
I, which detailed a Buuud of potlfe- said' to Mistress Wesley : "Why do you li of another man's predictions.) To a community which ( ) ac.fs
( men to m'e that garbage cans were notallowed 06ZJ
tell that child the same thing over andover 2. :ro
i to stand In the street. Further again?" "Julinenley, because has no higher Meals than these destruction is approaching -

& the throwing/ of ri'fime In null barrels mew telling In not enough: It U for rapidly. If it were true, 118 same metaphysicians tell us, that all : ; 0E
i Is n subject the imnoclattou In fighting.i ,1 Y ibis sumo' luaaon that you are told I again/ i"
i The eke ning/ of vacant iota and sanitation mil 1 ag.iin that Chamberlain's, Cough action is necessarily sclfibh-the only difference being that some 1 t:

, r In nil forms are looked Into by Remedy. cures colds and grip; that ItoountoiuctH people admit their selfishness, others try to conceal it from the rest Eod : B1Ef
the norlety, nnd Its good work In reforming any tendency of these ilOHMOri !*- bo.lll 0
if civic abuses has won for It Why can't we come over to your house to result in pneumonia and that It of the world and a few go so far as to conceal it from themselvesthe : -
and play any more tBecntme I" pleasant aDd safe to take. Sold by all i
: recognition from heads of the healthY papa gets so mad when we druggists and medicine dealers whole social order would centuries ago have GONE TO r1
Y and police departments. Now when a make a little bit of noiae. oen
i reform In municipal\ sanitary condition What makes him that way t flow. to (lean llottlea and 1I..t..... PIECES. If it were true, as a large section of the community seemsto

in requlrm.1 the Woman's. Health Protective Mamma says it's dyspepsia makes him Cut up Home raw potato (or the peel believe, that a man's success is measured by the money and the Vh'iii

IIlIlIo<'la tlOil is. called upon. act so croir. will do) and put It luto the bottle witha
That's about the it strikes the offices which he command that the of 6"11
way can or test a good education
Hegulur meeting of the amtoolatlon tins idea little soapy water. Shake the bottle 2
small The dyspeptic no
- are held once n month but npeclal of his boy.own unreasonableness or harsh till I it la clean! then empty, rinse It is to he found in the fact that it fits a man to make money and to get

meetings are culled when any neceepity flex Little things are magnified and thoroughly in clear water and drain till office TIlE AMERICAN REPUBLIC WOULD 1
BE 'FASTat1'i
I; of Immediate action U at hand. teem to justify his quick anger. dry.
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I, Members are culled upon to bring complaints There's health for the dyspeptic and i oACIIING ITS END. !!!,
of bad condition existing, and bapplneM for the family by the use of How t. Make I'lnenpple Plrklea.

the matter U taken up. Photographs Dr.Vicrce's Golden Medical Discovery. Slice the rlllt'upI.rry thin rod pour :!
diseases of the stomach and
are taken of the places where these It cures "of en sa t1'
over u sirup made two puumU of
and nutrition
other of digestion .e
conditions exist and are In turn laid arks restores organs perfect health and strength granulated augur to n pint of \'Im'gnr.with Official Supply House of The IlIInuIKtFI8hel'rnl'n'II'lOclatlon.! cl: &

\ before the health or police department. by t enabling the perfect digestion and npIifH of clove/ *, cinnamon and all- t- .t'= .

. Them U: nothing theoretical about assimilation of food.$3OOO spim| The next morning drain off the The Chicago} Net and Twine Co. s.;

the Woman's Health Protective association. Klrufi.. toil up ait n In and pour over the

Hard work trove the practical! FORFEIT fruit. Itepeat: title twice again. Ripe Mnnuf.icturers of... r00
Bide Is Into, arid the authorities A
gone and
i'' muskmelon ripe cucumber watermelon :
Will\ be paid by the World's UUpensary
have come to recognize: Its power. Medical Association Proprietors, Buffalo are pickled In the same manner. F H GhQNji

1 Though the club numbers over COO N. V., if they cannot show the original The rind U cut In thick oblong pieces s [
s members, the mei-tlngt are attended by signature of the Individual volun- anti the outer skin shaved off. K
not more than thirty or forty women teering the testimonial below and also O

but BO great baa Interest In Brooklyn of the writer of every testimonial among Just What You >'ee(l.Chamberlain's ,

developed In the organization that dues the thousands which they are constantly c:: .'. ","'":-. I
Stonmeh and IJver Tablet \
.r. Bent In from hundreds of women publishing, thus proving their genuine :- .6f. IS. "l'
-... When you feel dull after eating./ When
who dealretopeo the society kept up. have When have ..... .
'I I haw Ukra one bottle of Dr. Hem's yon no appetite. you a "
\i Oolilrn Medial Oiacorery for Indlnottoa and bad taste in the mouth. When your livers = I ,
Worl*. Netting of
"'azglea- !they good divorce law had Yailkin no College hood epelU Davidaoa.._ I Co.commenced N. C. taking H__ pate... When you have a headache. When Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord Every Description 0 I n t'1t Sy 1
fact, have feel bilious. will Rope, Etc. )
, your .dldo-'a Dot felt Ilk. the you They improve
\ rataggle.fleet In the business.9eyv Mm. man. Before I took the Oolden Medical your appetite, cleanse and Invigorate Orlalnator.of' Wholesale Prices dIrect to the Flehermen sn rl "
Inmnrery 1 coed sot eat anything without 19-81-83 E. .
originated over a hundred dlfffrent wful' dUtreM. : anvthtac Swiaa your stomach, and regulate your liver t ...Ifentfo'nTho Chicago, nl. I I :2 '
e: ways of collecting alimony anal\ without :I'J.D-: etUagL> and bowels. Price 2.'j' cenU per box. Dvoc .T. In your Jetter...

:aq irony more for evading the payment and Dr.regulate Fiercc's the Pleasant bowels.Pellet cleanse enlers.For sale by all druggists and medicine 'ITe are. Members of the Illinois FllbermeoAuoclatloa.. J.i

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ofeElsionn.l Cards.. Forestry sal Irrigation.The Golf In America. Over-Work Weakens

More Than a uuexUon of forest reserves lit one The recent victory of the all Amf'Tt-

::;:;;..---- of the moat Important of all the flu |I can golf team over the contingent
ji EO. M. BOBBINS, tlons which come before the citizen ota English now visiting the 'Jnlt. --
players : Kidneys Make Impure Blood.
$ Million Dollars $ of the United Stat' .
AND COUNSELORATLAW. large portion ed!' States vinnu striking \Illiistriitlanthe 01 --
1 ATTORNEY In portion of the west Ynd uorthwo.. great advances made by our es. Ilthe, Llo->d In your body passes through

where the very life of agriculture tieI I perts during the last few years. Tbat ,our kidneys once very three minutes.

In State and United Stl'tes, of Florida I ponds upon the possibilities of Inlgll" the world's ablest players are [trltali .. t. blood The kidneys! are your fll- tk.r ,
;.1 I DrMtIce Capital guar- ... t purifiers, they v
Court. e i don the preservation of the forestsof l is not surprising, considering the fuet ( '1 ,Y, }I tcr out theimpurities wastes or W'

Office at TITUSVILLE,.FLA. antees this vital Importance. As agriculturee the game originated on the "tight little .' .a7 a. In the blood.
pure vege- conflict of If they are sick or out
tends In those sections the Isle" and that Englishmen and Scotcl ) \{, r
of order fall do
?r they to
Interests between the farmers) upon '
L. OAULDEN table remedy to cure men were ardent patrons of it yea % '.ii'\:'\ their work.
one hand and the lumbermen and Cl\t-'1 before golf was introduced into tbl1l Painsacheandrheu ,"

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, tie men upon the other hand bi>com< country. Therefore a defeat of a rrresentative | I maUsm come from excess -
or money back]. .
and acute. The recent es. of urlo acid In the
more more
all the Courts of the 8tate team of Britishers by plcled '. '
In blood duo
platl'w ---- lo neglected
:ill tilde,and tlie United States Courts. tension of the Yellowstone forest reo players of our own la an unralatal kidney trouble.

: TITUSVlTiI.K 7LAj serve has occasioned loud protests from able evidence that we are appronchln Kidney trouble causes q>:.tck or unsteady F'j""
Box.2I5. ___ __ ____
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_. cattle who claim that the etension : heart and makes onfeel
-- the men the highest standard of form and exi beats as though f ,
J,19EBIS. Cures: has Interfered with the pastel cutlon. they had \heart trouble, because the heart Is 'I
over-working In pumping thick, kidney. I
of cattle and sheep and thus g""at.
LAW Ing The recent defeat of the invade) poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
ATTORNEY-AT- ly retarded the dive stock Interests. Tbe marked the first setback a British teat It used: to bo considered that only urinary i

'ill praotlce In the Courts of the 7th Catarrhal affection! of the nasal discussion between the opposing late"" has ever received at the hands of I, troubles were to be traced to the kidneys

Ut Taxes paid for non-residen passages, bronchial tubed eats waxes warm at times. Americans and most of the credit but now modern science proves that nearlyall
oollectod.1svItr. constitutional diseases have their beginning -
yenta, and accounts An editorial in the Sun published I at
FLORID .. Lungs, kidneys bladder l and should be awarded to Walter J. Travi, In kidney trouble.
:. Saratoga '''yo., Rives in a few word who recently' won the champlonsbl I you are sick you can make no mistakeby

stomach Also the attitude of those who are oppose of America for the third time. Mi first doctoring ydur kidneys. The mild
D. PENNEY, to the Invasion of the forest lands by f the trlumphan and the extraordinary effect of Dr Kilmer's
Travis was captain ()
Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy Is
the lire stock Interests.<< Says the Sui; : John L. Low
team and after defeating soon realized. It stands the highest for Us ;
ATTOR EY-AT-LAW, Nervous Indigestion "The government Is not going to alow the English captain. he acted as cat!. wonderful cures of the most dlatressln. g cases

r5VIIr.K. FLORID the reserves to be turned Into pui die for several other players, glvln and Is sold on Its merits f..-y i i

In all the courts of the 7th .(C Nt" ture lands for the benefit of stockinet, them valuable.advice concerning thplr! by all druggists In fiftyI'fj 11;: .. UJIj'nyii.tiJrii' 'l::: :
I practice cent and one-dollar 8U-ilj: ;tMtUtt! .IjtHjKJ Jj
Judicial Circuit. Consumption, or any disease The government is netting aside then e- strokes. It is interesting to note the es. You may have sJgJiJajMLUiJglBiglsample '

.' ----- of the imic'uom membrane I M reserves for the purpose of preserving while Mr. Low has long been consld bottle by mall n..m. of Swamp-Hm.

A. FROST, the timber on them in order to hold erect the world's greatest "putter." Ml, tree also pamphlet telling you how to find
p irI the snow t& make water for Irrigation Travis outclassed him completely In out If you have kidney or bladder trouble

ATTOR EY.AT-LAW, purposes, to carry out the great, plan their contest which took place on tin Mention this paper when Y.writing Dr Kilmer
N.
Si Co., Binghamton,
Tonicit r'i'i
As '
;II 1 practice In all the Courts of the 7th a I fir l K Inaugurnted when the Irrigation bill links of the Nassau Country club. Olei h

Judicial Clrcutt.IrreVILLE 14I was pasned. The government and e> Cove. N. Y.Amerlcllnll. "

FLORIDA. ery sane person recognizes the fact the are now patronizing golf
.
builds the k
give appetite, up
I the the man who builds ditches and extent that the game: -I.a
11111 MANUFACTURED ONLY BY to so great an UVERThJLES
REDERICK A. MORGANA system, banishes that tired MANUFACTURING plants alfalfa grain and vegetablethat as much of a national sporting facto

feeling, makes the weak strong TOPICAL Is the bone and sinew of the tour us baseball, tennis football, etc.. and

Abstracts of Title. ACKSONVILLE. R.A..UJSJ try and It U fur the home milker the the fact that the Britons rightful!;])'

.AI ESTATE AND INSURANCE, and liiippyt all of this. forest reserve and Irrlgntlo: claimed to be our superiors has loin

Loans Notary Public. work Is being done and not for the tuai tieeu a source. of discomfort\ to our ardent .

Typewriting, Stenograph who travels In a sheep wagon here am club wleldern. Now however whave < irniul"I flnd".mud..tleln.ford'for.RIwa.Drcusht Ht\ e r i1i...... ,,
,
lections' there: over the country or rniims the congratulate oiirselvei' It I o"ro.l my on nftnr b. had spoilt r
reason to '100 with doctor. H(. lithe tnixlMn -
TITu vn.I.FJ. FI.A. Sold and guaranteedby B. R. Wilson & Son. land with a round up wagon and i a i that we are on the verge> of wresting I t".."."..Mltl'l.' CAVOLINH
..ARTIN.I..rk..huJ'lf. W. Va. F
and of cowboys. the Rrltlhers leadership from line
,.FRO T. WADE II. JONE James Wilson, the secretary of agrl clutches, and !If Uncle Humuel's playeri If your liver doe not act regularly
--- /go to your irngnist/ and 4
FROST & JONES, !!culture says the forestry condition continue their Improvement In attire mire a 1 pitckage. of 1 hedford'sllliu'ltI ;,
It's For You! mry's Polar Quest. of alarming' nature. In twontj;
ire an years at a rate equal to their past art > and take a dose
AL ESTATE: AND INSURANCE Whatever may be tile outcome of ,Tf'llra. he claims the scarcity of timber vancement. the time. Is not far oft' when tonight/ This
Lieutenant Hobert E. Peary's attempt In medicine 1 frees the constipate i I
will be felt strongly but forty year
Loans and Collection. i John Bull will be sending his !fOlt..nover ?
bowels stirs the liver
to reach the north pole his perseverance it the most the entire land will be fan ol up torpid
learn the tine points
here to and secretionof
FLORIDA. causes a healthy
TRDRVILLK -
-
: succeedare
faith In his ability to
and to face with n worst famine. The lover the bile. V

of a high order as ts shown bj it troes and all right minded citizen : game. not content with bold- The,iford'. Black: Draught
we are
.WOBI.EV. R. II. S nlol'R.VOurEY his statement: should see that every possible effort III< Plainly will cleanse. the bowel of impurities t
America's the Palina trophy
log the cup. l the kid.
and
& SEYMOUR, "I feel more confident of success that made to Improve and increase out strengthen
\ for International marksmanship neys. A torpid liver invite .
I have
before any of the other trips 'Wood I a mlll."Woodman.. running and Jumping records etc. Wf colds, biliousness, chill. 'and
ATTOUNEVS-AT-LAW. undertaken." spare that tree." Whj fever and all manner of ick-
>general practice In State and Fed- It la not surprising, therefore, thai keep these words ever before us, want the International golf champion- nessandcontofrion./ Weak kidneys
11] Courts. :Special attention givento has granted him lot hip as our next sporting asset and rpMiilt in lll i"bt's disease
the department child the detail!
admiralty practice. navy iVhy not teach every Inca perhaps we'll send over to Eng which claim as many victims
SKLL Btnt.nixo MIAMI FL.EPUEN > three years' '-ve'oI absence for bit of horticulture and the value of ererj and) winning tenets, polo and even an consumption. A j25-cent
next arctic trip. In his letter to the roe? The coming generation will tx package' of Thodford's Olock- i
The Great Health Drink explorer Acting Secretory Darling thus tbe sufferer in the event of a wood ticket ten ma. Who can tell} Iraiight should always be kept ;i
: E. FOSTER in the house
I deals with the ohl cry that arctic exploration amine and forewarned is forearmed. Want to Yawn?
You
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW, Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5c,. !Is a "needless risk of human Do "I ."." Th Mlforrt'. BtukDnknvht -
for liver and kMny oom-
life:" Growth of Rural Improvement. )Keel' eold shtverlogs afehlng/ In tile la.uta. and found onthlD'' to ....1
Dyal-Upchurch Building$ Jai; headache and! ise _
.
for ones, luck ,of energy .WILLIAM (OPY11AN, liar.bieh..d -
METTO : Is: put up the U all that
Ucicsovm.LK, FLA. Hyrup "The discovery of pole Evidences are multiplying that a JlI'Ollt[ depression? These symptom mil)' 111. ,
mixing with Ice water in I hI'1"1I1I1I1I..r remains to complete the map of the (rent Intellectual! ferment ts going ouIn he followed by violent headache high .

time and with hot world. That map should be completed our rural communities. says A. C fever, extreme nervousness condition THEDFORD.6lAff
8. BMINIIAM; M. D. .
It.
llerblne
mown malaria cures
In our genera-lion and by our countrymen. True> In the August Cbnutau<]uan. It. as A
water III I the Winter time. fake it before the disease !guts a full
SURGEON and 1 SPECIALIST to family If it hs assorted that the enterprise esults are already apparent in Iml1or- hoMo though It will work a cure In any 4
Specially adapted Is frau Kbt with danger and privation ant movements affecting the social; .tage..1. .\. Hopkins. Manchester, Kan.,, A.G

Ear. :Nose- and Throat. use: either as a beverage or the newer in that geographical Ife! and the material prosperity of the irlieBi, "( have usbu join great modiIno -

|rPAi.M UBACH!: FLORIDA. table drink, taking the place discovery In all age has been purchased ountry people fortunately, at the llnihlne bettor, for for several malaria years.chills'l'hureII and
uolhlng
for tea, coffee, i-to . at the price of heroic courage very time when an Intellectual awakenQff ever I headache 1>biliousness and for ailoodpinlfylng DRAUGHT(
JR. HOrctlTOVS and noble sacrifice. Our national pride of the masses of our farmers Is at tonic, there Is not hing

la involved In the undertaking." land the means are being afforded for nil good" ftOo at B. It. Wilson & Son
}'rice.rires for Syrup, 14 Pint, 2;;.,.
iTlNG DENTAL APARTMENT! As an..tlc.f'Epedltt.oM. in the past have reatly Improving the material and 110clal 1 1j0

1 Quart, .' ; Gallon $l.8.: ; been handicapped by poor vessels the features of their environment. "Uiibor dill America.." said a soIrlcul 1y y
'>u the "Dentos
,
1 Gallon, $:a.SO.; intrepid Peury baa acted wisely in deciding Hitherto the greatest physical barrier HrltHli" tourt L "Is the day in ta1

Now AT DAYTO.VA.M. Direction : Two tablespoonfuls to use a stanch wooden craft. to the material and social advancement America when no one labors. having

used to a glass of water sheathed with metal and equipped with of the farmer" has been his isola- lellvered this facetious utterance, h* ?

M. MASON. as powerful machinery as can be found. lon. Under the best conditions It has r>iromptly copied It and mailed It to his
less than 2.tll. a glas.
Costs He will\ depend almost entirely upon Pen difficult for him to keep In close gloved I'linch. TrlTlallties do not np-

'TA1.-SURGEON Tropical Manufacturing Co. steam as the.chlef motive power, and inch with the great centers of human ppill> ) to John Mitchell president<< of the

tails. If used will be an auxiliary me- ctlvlty. it is true<< that the railroadsare Jnlted Mine Workers of America and

FLORIDA. Jackson7llle Florida. dium. for many years exerted a trelendous ht' gives s more satisfactory definition Seeds
PORD.- WALKER A striking feature of the"pedlttoo Influence in ameliorating of the day In a letter to-flie New York
Sold by J. R. .... fam..or r
la the great esteem the lieutenant manifests rural I life by giving the farmer ready Vorld. "Labor\ day In America corre- uu/ pl.nled.rol..w.r by win I...

t BUCK, and B. R. Wilson & Son for bill trusted negro body servant ass to the world's markets bringing (pond* to May day In Europe," be says. wgq..l.r". In 1IyI lwnnrn.. hO''nor.our I ItE .. l

Tltusville Florida.Now of whom be suys: ear! to him all the great resources of ..On that day the! hosts of labor Join In "nfWf t'OT'<..,.n.1 TIM' MV IMrrwL a yrash AllY

too Bndd l Building? 1IalnIt.:: .. "The only, man I know positively will modem civilization and promoting a grade and assemble in mass meeting _..""ysh I...,..1. ......ItDS..0.."_.Pl."...........1...

ackllOnvl1Ie. Rooms 15, 10, 17. be in the last dash will be Matthew loblllty of the rural population prevtasly tor the purpose of reviewing the prog- D. M. P."V MloII a 00..
.
DENTIST. that the oyster has appeared on Hanaen. the colored man who has, been impracticable. And more recent- ..pus of tlie past discussing tbe prob- Detroit p

the menu again It might be well for with me ou forrm-r expedlifan" 11' there has been a widespread move- IPm.. of the press)** and preparing tomeet
n and! Bridge' Work, lovers of the succulent bivalve to eat Info, h# decliires b.* would not lent for the Improvement of the couny the exigencies of the future. The

Porcelain Inlay, them cooked. The theories which became think of going wlthitrt tlauMen.I'eury's road. Rut neither the railroads 7par Just closed bas been eventful 10man1' The Largest and Most Cons.niate ..

_high claim Plate 'York. current last year as to the oyster V,*WH*| In all probability will Dor good roods! could ever have dls respects. Labor bus won nunierus -

being a vehicle of typhoid germs Is being ''be named the Charles II. burling lu pellt"tJ the> gloom of Isolation from the victories both bf strikes and by Establishment South.

thoroughly Investigated by English honor of the admit secretary of the irmer's. home in any such measure as pgotJatioan: but better still labor and GEO. S. HACKER & SON '

r rginia Homes medical authorities, but It la understood. navy who !IM one of the explorer's I. being done by other" agencies now capItal learned many lesson, chiefly

of course that these germscan leartlest sii|>t>orler.. Whatever ua anils :tlvely at work In many rural come to reiipect the rights, the obligations

only be taken Into our systems gallant craft may bent lot us herewith unities anc) the duties of each to tbe other alldof

Q learn "" about Virginia Lands, when the oyster U eaten raw. Many wish HM "king of arctic explore Wonderful as the change! wrought t both to society. The future holds

rsIree,' products, mode of cnl- eminent physicians declare. the oysterto er." all success In bin quest and mayle b r the rural free delivery of malls It out bright promise for American labor

rri Inla' price; "' etc.. by reading tbe be above' associating with typhoid and hhi nenKues return trluih- I. surpaswd by that accomplished bye hour' tvlatlone with capital are beingvonclled f I I 1

I Dlonthll Farmer. Send lOcts. germs. but nntll science decides the >bent in their Dnrlliig to their darling widespread Introduction of cheap through conciliation, arbl- ,
l subscription to the fr
1IerCo. Emporia Va. matter they sbould be stewed fried. it home. mraJ telephone service. Now, indeed. atlon. Joint conferences and trade

boiled or cooked ID any other way. thus --- Is our farmer plunged into the midst a freements."
ntntfcwnt that there are
Can the
effectively sterilizing them. of things. In many regions the trolleynes
BO YEARS more men in Chicago\ than women betrue steam translation andan '
Worth"
EXPERIENCE are supplementing We> may have "another I-
counter flourishes
According to recent dNpatcbes. the << ? As the bargain and bringing hosts of farm "American! Worth" at that In the .

Dj In Trance are being spoiled by more prominently In Chicago thann en Into closer touch with urban life. pf'rwon of young Earl E. Hodge of Cbligo .:
grapes American city it
other
1 AmerIca almost any -- ------
/ heavy rain Wine drinkers In a nineteen-year-old! boy, who woo MANUFACTURERS OF
j need have no fear, however as 1 ooks as if there was a mlirtake sotue- The following, from a Missouri paper, th ie! prize for the best dressed bat at the

1 .Ii4 choice French wines will be shipped .irbere.Now. lould be pasted In every fisherman's reeeat milliners' convention in Chlca- Doors, Sash, Blinds.

,oft" ; the usual quantities. : "Hajn Klpllnger, caught arty '
in rapbook
TRADC MARK California has won the great tr'O
from ths a mare
..f frYl;tt Cop" dies&c. ruturity we have two queens of the pound catfish, and be knows wbo 1 Christmas cnlding & Building Material.
borrowed it without bin consent. Thistend What Jolly dinner tbe
a
*lrh and the and
of runners
dMorlptlnn ma R.le'|
". ''..n fr.. wh: ,tli:.r wr1. urf. Uatntxirg is requested to settle for tbe lI.band Doe" would have eaten !In London had )Hce( A: Warerooms King, opposite
Uothf'rl'l.Whn '
': 'liainibmk:: : [ IHIIon of HM trotter Cannon Htreet.Charleston .
I I. :;: .::Prism nu .-- himself serious trouble." No how England was
Just
-
In known
---- save thf'J'
children
Lr..ruru' + their
rywnu. would 1 keep
"h Muim cx>. rur l*. health should watch for the first "It Goes' Right to the Spot iberman need go born empty banded' find at tbe beginning of tbe South ] S. C.Sasb .

,''a: tfiim\ tritane good symptoms of worms, and remove them It isChildren's When pain or :irritation exists on aOl DOW' without a good excuse: and It I I.. African wail!
and i
with White's Cream Vermifuge. part. of the body the application of alII/) unnecessary: to visit the fish mart Weights Cord >
.,M ........,.. T....._ rtr. beet tonic. It gees: digestion ird's Snow Liniment will give prompt lieiiiitlful Complexion*. ,
It
''.JOn:' i. --oW I -crush.fHI Ti Torn...d,:.,l ler.fl *. at work so that their nodhealthy them and relief. "It goes right to the spot" said kind' of Hardware. ,
It In to Are spoiled by using: any pre-
ami they !grow who was rubbing ,
:: O-,381Brold.a'. New York good; aD old man In which Jamaica has recovvd -
The .
."qIJmc 2.-HJ at B. R. Wilson 4 Son. his rheumatism. C. 1C. Smith, way fJlUlttlOO that fills tbe pores of the .klo.The t"
IretWa.bmnetu5.D.1, strong. cure Smith House Tenaha /Texas, from the effects of that cyclone I best way to secure a clear complex-: Window and Fancy CFas
l'ropr. bas considerable ginr 100. free from sallowne, pimples, blo&cbe. -
NNF.R rites: "I have used Mallard's Snow abowil she still A SPECIALTY.
SALVED any When answering advertisements confer Jnlment In my family for several years left. Is, etc., Is to keep the liver In good or.der. .
'Oat" would dose of JlerbloeIII -- -- --- ---- -
.. *. An occasional -
colnmn you
be fine remedy
'" salve In these aod have found It to a '
ir the world. la the
r avor by saying! you saw the advt. doing: for all aches and pains, and I recommend ::r- We cannot guarantee; to publish cle.nlle tile bowels, regulate\ the liver otey's Honey and Tar
--- --
-- so
ADVOCATE. Dy this office before .nd I so establish a clear healthy com.plealoo. -
reach
e EAST COAST In the throat and cnest, JOo Items that do not
Tar better attention from i It t for pains I I boo at II. It. Wilson and Son. ( 'ChiJdreasfe.Mure. No opiates.
receive
cold: Honey you will\ aod tl.O"at; B. R. Wilson A boo. noon, on Thursdays.

D'Ieum oIa. the advertisers. '
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9. 1903.
4
I -
JAMES. PBITOLAKD, President; WM. Jf. -
DnwO>. .nankiieaMmf too ADVOCATE to a correct enunciation of demo + H...,_......*}nil.-. J8 ':"I a C. S. ScKim.=B, Cashier. W.
EAST COAST cratic and thus make mtelwrd A Son, M..M S :. 3
principles .. Needed A Good
Jfttnm. 1 5"B > You Never
of education.The .. .. I" stAif'N
the campaign one K WikKm A BM INDIAN RIVER
.. and for .. 1-
II W..*LT lOV...... DIn'OT.D TO TBS D.OP ..*&.- great length of the campaign .. fttt1Mtt00P pnMner."* -.. "- 1 M E TYPEWRITER 3 ])

..,...,. mm IVMA .>*... l4ss If I conducive to the most thorough T S fw8caaheo.maw.fofr. .. W SIC '
.. .
... I.
P n uta. uimMt am, ,
/.T..aD 1ATSarATSarrtos." education of tbe public mind to I. KII,*.*,dra..... ete J..r .., t.* COUNTY DEPOSITORY.Authorized .
and -ptg".. ...... .. ... .. .......... 4"4T :: as Much As Ton Do To-Day j I
FirausHi THr mi DAY. the highest democratic Ideals, A.A etw.rt.reeds tax t.k Kala., ......... .' II I capita:. *

be who adopts this course In his R/.d mad BiWm r-c. Paid up capital, IOOC

BIABI.M H. WALroa, Kdlfn Jt publish speeches will finally win the applause Florida Star.M M Fend Die.Xo. 1. I S'soiJ:;)

of advM mnut be mad.prsail and the votes of the people. K CL&II'o.I...... .... ,... .... I'"" : _
pleamtlncanc T A.J..b_...account_tract,.ad I ... T'* Mi ;
ttHl.ufflf>& or by writing.ObMKM. COUNTY COMMIS- ...... hall Dl..: .:2. I. '. Transacts a General) Bash

BREVARD M ri.M, "lewIDC teal .... ......,...... 2 lie : constructed that
...".SH. .. ..... ..... Made that Is so
.,",.,IK mod parable **C SIONERS.The r a ean4ev.E .
1z5)
(J L* SCo.lnmtior..... .......i...... I c)1 Business
WAI/TOS, pnbll.h ir. JOt M r..a.real work............ ..... 4& 2B t -I I ,
Board was called to order on the L(1Tst.... to .................._... l..e it can do perfect work, and It lethe '
"
ff In writing t.) the AnvncArs for/in form* 7th Instant by order of tbe Chairman. Howl road IX..So. X Largest and Oldest Bank on tie all'

will obliits by.ncl MIng !* T road _k.-....... S *I ;
tlon 0'. toy kind the wrl '>r 1'renent: J.K. Walker, let District; J. wn y '
1'1' P lord.N .. ..... 53JMHIItlard. 3PITTSBUROVISIBL.E Exchange bought anti ,,j -, '
v'
: a Mamp Hl.wldr f' Conntriw. : r Ot"'I

Jrd IJllltrlct l ; J. C. Jones, 4th District WPArndl. *. .... 5113 .
K ....tr I Itraatmeut.
BOSTOV orrlCW-Tn waltar Some, N ............. .._... 1 : ) nage appreciated p, +? .
OATS but OJI'IfIfIII an fflM&t Yet All&ntlfl."."u.. art, clerk; J. P. I frown, sheriff. Kofrt Upwoinb," ..... iWJRxaa. Mel > .and ererj favor -I *'"M'I

... /,",',which will Ice In ch.r|("of Mr. Chute Minutes of the last regular meetingwere .. ..... II f') j When anyone tells different I .at 5 rvatiTe banking( you
I read and approved.On Fee* Mw>rt Co.taoto for nwd 6MSJoiwM.JrMipfureoov CORRESPONDENTS:
O.Walton.Adorn ( .. > .. >: 8. bo.rd N.ttonkl
Is Rt1 Fucd lite.: o. Bank V
motion convict Isaaa Mclotry ..... ...... 131 0* :..= ; ..J ItatlonalBank.JacklOn"lIIe. rvT tort,
an oomtnaDln tl n. to hired to D. W. Monroe at t3 per month. H A Holm*,road work ...:::............. S :e0 they're telling you black is white ,JL.eee
Treasurer's report was received sod WWOrtlon. ;. .. ..... ... KM 'r1Ti7 1VILLE FLA
EAST COAST ADVOCATE checked The paid warrants tamed J X Walter tent for convict .............. is 90 3 .
op. ....... ........ 4. 00 booklets. .
J F FravMt eooTteu of -
.Tl1'u.",....*. fbOBIDA. over bjr the Treasurer with his report up pt Send for one our 4 -- -- -- -
and ././. rond DU.:No...
.__ __ __ ,_ were burned by Messrs. Cook ling .J 0 Mlebaet read work........... ........ 6 ** : AND '
m lie II. The treasurer had hi. usual certificate RR I smeroo. to .... ........1....... t ooWIIITrahui. Chas. H. Newell THE SOUTHERN FUEL SUPPLY COHPAS
M. Department of Agriculture of attached to his report.On T J Ietlteol.5r .. .... .... .......... 11011II : '
17. deposit to .... .. ............. t TSJARIebmnU. ,
Weather Hureau-Jupiter, Fla. motion tbe bill of T. J. DeHtetibenIs to .. ............ .. :27 SS! j Agent for Florida.
allowed and tbe clerk is instructed to .1 H Bakerbidbride*...... .. .... ...... SOUW
draw a "'arranc'o bl.la"or for $10J% W tarlton.np row)*................... 2S 00lw t EUSTIS, FLA. Wood, Coal Coke, Brick, Lime Cement
state- 4 8_bdwforbrdic.. ......... 764 = ,
a comparative
Thefollowingu The road committee report markingand

meat of temperature and rainfall for tbe laying out a public road In Courtc- John Henry.RlMCfel prop Anal rued rand land IlIa.....:Xo......4.....' 20 00 $4AAAAAAAWAAAAAAAAAAAAJEWELERS :tt

week ending Tuesday, Oct. 0, 1603. nay I. on motion accepted and without riM and rod.I", ,. Fond.l and Sidewalk

-1003: -1802- protest tbe same will be declared a pub t.o.ul"ooa.. fe.e Soot.............. 10 00 Vitrified Paring Brick...
DATB. MAX. In!f. MAX.: Mllf.' lic road at the November meeting. J I* Brown,com en et AIM*.... ............ ISIS
............. 10 M d'
crtia coct
:30 !85 7* W 7J Itoad committee's report of Wm. R. pro* r Jacksonville! Florida.
AA Stewart, ...... 127 Office* foot ol Hogan Street Telephone.
1 M 78 04 711 Campbell. J. T. Hood and 0. 8. Snede- JLIf"'ltr". H lpet..e.. ..... 439
2 85 7* 8S 1i! ker Is on motion rejected. C T Morbid .... ... .... .... S W J. K. :MtTNNERLTN, General Manager.
87 79 J M Hmler, C ............,... fa AND SILVERSMITHS,
73: of B. F
3 84' The road committees report t P Brown. to .. .. ......... .... sool Street
4 !13 73 87'" 711 ITardesty, D. F. Bale and Wm. Sloan Is "MOIIII."t"M .... ............ onI 41 West Bay ,
n 81 7/J 87 16 received and on motIon the same is so J A' Htono, It ................ ool JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. :
H .. ................ on
MoOmnlel
M 76
6 81 71 cepted and at tbe Nov. meeting the Jon IwwN .............. 100Veeding Largest stock in this section of country. E. C. JOHNSON
.
Total rainfall for the week 0.24Depal'u. same will be declared public road with Prlcn n rond.J Established In.18C8.

+ ." from normal rainfall for the out objections. P Brown ceiling prltoncn..... ....... 131 MOn
week: minus 2.23: Inches. Departure 'Petition of R. O. Hardesty et al citizens motion the board adjourned to Send for descriptive catalogue.

from normal rainfall since January 1, of Sebastian for county road was meet 1st Monday N'or. 820 a. m. 190J. Groceries and Fresh Meats

pins 6.05 Inchea. received and on motion W. C. Braddock ,

HAL. P. IlARunr Observer. Hr. H. and Dan Sloan are THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.,.
Hitching appointed SPENT MORE THAN *luOO.-W. W. ,. '*" of all kinds.
committee to mark view and I
.. .__ ,
Xeb writes "Mr
.u. layout Baker, of iMalnvievr, :

THE CONGRESSIONAL FIGHT. same.Kepoit of Justices of the Peace J. M. wife years suffered She from tried lung a;number trouble of for doc fifteen Brewing Asso's.ramon Fruits and Vegetables in Season.

Haoders and tore and spent over |10"O' without relief. Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
of tax certificate redeemed and Bot-
report St. Loot Keg
i ii I low and lost all '
hope.A
She became
Frank Clark has made his very
Since or purchased during tbe month tled Beer. OOOO.A. FLA.
friend recommended Folej's Honey
i formal announcement for congressthe of Kept, was received. .
and Tar and hanks to this great remedyIt --'-- "--- -- --
situation in that circle Notary Public's bond of G. A. Frost Bold by Me..r*. r.A. Locley and -
political saved her life Sheen joys otter heal
" ban become more Intense. Every ss principal with 11'. A. Ijonley and D. It. th than she has known In ten ten yoa,.." R. L. Motlow TltuaTllle,Fl&.

candidate In the field for conRress- Pritchard of as I,sureties. M. Dawson was approved.Bond as principalwith Refuse subatltiites. Sold by Wilson aoo. By Mr.R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fl.. Lumber and Building Materii

tonal honor la doing all he knowsto J. T. Jenkins and F. C. Poppell as ZAPF

win, and the fight will Increase in sureties to carry a Smith k: Wemton pistol JENSEN SCHOOL OPENING. e JOSEPH Sash, Doors sod Blinds, Brie k. Lime and (Cement Nails and Bullden'
No. 1 IMHI18 calibre 32 was approved.
intensity a* time advances. While Hardware t MASUKY'S HOUSE PAINTS, F. W. BIRD A -OysPAROin
Bond of W. K. Campbell as principalwith v
I the ADVOCATE will not atthli, time E. M. Campbell and C. J 11'. Campbell Monday, Hopt.:! 28th, wa the beginning Sole Agent. ROOFING AND SiJEATDINO: PAPERS.
of a new era for Jensen. The beautiful Orders filled promptly. Write us for estimates I
take a decided stand for anyone of us sureties to carry a Harrington West Street
new high school known.. tbe consolidated 610 to 620 Bay EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
who to pistol calibre its was approved.
the are aspiring
gentlemen school for Jensen, XVaveland and
: General Office at Eau Gallie. Fla.
Bond of W. K. Campbell as principal
,
this high office, still it can not help with K.: M. Campbell and C. J. 11'. Campbell Eden, was opened with due ceremony JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Yards at EAU OALLIE, TIlUhVII.I.E: FORT PIERCE and West Palm Be
Parents and all Interested in the cause
battle
interested in the
being great. as sureties to carry a Winchester
Invited ---
now on for the coveted plum. rifle No. 14,14.)111I calibre 4 t was approved.On of education were cordially to attend R. L. MOTIJOOV.rt .
and tbe
All\ the candidates are men of motion Dan Sloan I Is, hereby appointed despite threatening appear.
cattle Inspector cattle districtNo. ance of the weather there was a goodly Hodges[ & 'Hara

ability and worth, and outside of 8.Letter. attendance. )

: the political factions they represent of Mont Uardeo was receivedon before going any further It Is worthy ...Manufacturers and Dealerslin...
of record. This school building Is cer.
l nothing 011 he "said to the detriment motion the same Is referred back for
tainly flue structure; beautifully situated
i of any one of them The different petition. on the top of the bill overlooking: and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE
The board's attention having been
characteristics of the candidates tbe town and surrounding; country and Dressed
called to alleged/ violation of local option of the bout iichool bonnes on this end Orange Box !Heads Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings. Mullen! I
make n most interesting law by the sale of liquors eta Sunday. one t wI Write fun
of tbe rl"er.Ve..1I1 have to be excusedfor I Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. UH prtcv
, study The Board wishes to put all dealers on going Into raptures of this completed al to any part of the State. Address: lodges &: 0'nara, ButTnir Binff FlRouprh
!
Jitmes. Jr.. Alexander la the soul notice that they will endeavor to have school house-It In the first finished 1 . .
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I and his ready wit on any Itcenite revoked when the holder has school house hueever had thing 1 t't'oo
of geniality we any .
been oonvloied, of selling liquors on Sunday o The Oldest Established Grain and Seed fir ,. n Sat.Wm. I
do with.The .
the stump has won for him a host In court. ro
soy
of friontlH who will stay with him All bid for shelling/ the Ith dintrlct meeting was ripened at 2:30: p.'m ,
I Mr. It. K. Hull Introducing Mr. Uoutelle
at the ballot box. Those who thinkhe for was action referred to committee of that district and Miss Nertle Jones, the new teachers A. E30'\lJO dz C

Is not In the race will be surprised 1.1 also Mr. Ml run, county siipeilot nd liond of Morgan as principalwith
after the count of the ballots. to the people. Mr. Mirnn. made a speech
Ruben Carlton, Hr., and A. II. Low-
which was Interesting setting forth the err GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
J. M. Burn Is a shrewd capable ry as s n ratios to carry Smith A: Wesson Importance of education; "asking the cooperation ,

j '. man who has long boon In the pol. pistol No. 2sil2: ;, : caliber 38 was approves \ of Ibis parents In order to make Fine Liquors, Wines. Beers,

Shoal arena and 1 I.* a host within Application of C. W. Crabb for permit aituccpHS of the ncboul. lie thanked the Ales, Stouts Etc. Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilize

t t himself. III. ability to organize. l.<> sull I wine, liquors etc, In election people of Jensen for responding so triend: : me your order!

;. and bring out a full vote is well district. No. .I, was, received and oo motion Board promptly for funds to the to demand help build made tbe by cbool.Pol the. riTU8VILLE and C '<'C'OA FLORIDA. 8T. LOUIS. MOo 112 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE

known to all Florida democrats. the. same was ordered published according r. Mull read an article real good, retorting IRIS, for l-uiinit Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 3. A. L. R'y and dam Sl,

> The man who underestimates his to law. to Importance of good behavioron An Ordinance.
received
Contract of W. M. Hall was
strength will have his political eyesight and signed. part of pupils etc., and we must also
/ thank Mr. lull for thin nice remark-all KB It ordained by the Town Council of
opened later on. Contract of D. H, JooUllbg was received Co.
and nlguud. the children were bountiful, just thinkof the Town of Titulvllltt! that It shall be P. R\ih.lman cfic
Charles Dougherty Is conceded
It. unlawful for the
custodians
of of owners or of
On motion the citizens
be of the highest native petition Mr. Harden was' then called on for a mules horses
to a man or to permit them to runt
Is referred the committee of YORK.
\ Uitnyati to 261 Washington St 1 l NEW
'i r intellect, and his brilliant record that ilUtrlot for notion. speech and though he objected on the large in the nlgblime or during the !113) Murray Street, }f N. Y.
core of not being prepared we con- day time on Sunday, within the corporate -
as Congressman from this district Tax Collector's report of polls collected
olrlered his lie bust" his theiuawns
Hpeecu ( ; limits of the Town of liuisvlllo and
month of for ho
: in the 80'. has not been forgottenby during the 9epr mother and that chord found a re- whoever shall! violate this oidmance

the old timers. He is not only year received I'.li/J ..".J ikinouulluK to ii.OO: wa Hponsivn echo In all our hrarts. hall be fined In a mim not to exceed ten Florida

a brainy man but Is jovial, witty Ih Idle contract of I It U. Hardee fur Mr. I'MrkN refused to my much, remarking ollars or be Imprisoned the city jail Pineapples]
bo that his sentiments bad already not to exceed ton days.: The finding of
and urbano-justeuch a man to Turkey crook bridge. won signed.
Bowl of K. G. llarcloo for been voiced mules or homes running at large before
bridge across
feared in a red hot campaign. Asa creak Mr. It. K. Klcou thunke.l Mr. Hull for six o'clock a. m. shall be prima facia evIdence ouzo 5nacca: l.rr1.
Turkey wa approved. .. .
:Mr. his untiring efforts' In carrying on the 1
speaker Dougherty
stump '1'1I1l Collector's report of licenses! collected that they were permitted to run

has. few equal. In the country, and during the month of Sept. amount- iichool work to completion. at large by such owner or cuittodi.tn. We represent several of the largest shippers ID your State,anti Slab 'I rep)'|
ladles for
Mime called the
Mr. on aapceoh ,
the "Tnll Cypress of the 11..11 fax" log to .!8IO stale and *DII: county for. Approved this the t"enly.flllJl.th day:
knows how to bend beneath thee the year 11HM.\ And *"-U.7.: : state and and though ho flittered, them of fe )fember, 1110!) :.. O. .\. FKOST. you also. Ga.eII a trial shipment. Established: rear
highly there was no great rush for the .Attest :
r $0.1.73: county for the year 1M.I! : was re Mayor
without breaking lie will !lluor.
storm eel vOlI. K E. Mists, Clerk

command more than a corporals The following bills were examined and Mrs. John Miller was linked to make afew L8TAHLISHKI> 1870. .

the \ ordered to bo by warrants drawn remarks and r(l |ion paid
guard at (polls. Expert Typewriter
Itepairing
them all fur the courtesy of a hearingand
thin the Oth day of Oct, 1KJ.flnlixritl : .
Air. McDonald of Volusia Is
t stating that tho people) ought to be

comparatively a new man to the J It Walker. Cu Cum ITllfiil.snit wU..aKO'. 4 04 proud of this fine school; that the peopleof Oliver Typewriter, the standard vlaiile M. Lane & Son,

In this but what we .f. It. MINI. It. M 4'l Eden were not In this financially, being adopted by all leading house
voters burg
i It A Conkllnir: It 1J all the
: be throughout country, only SIM
benefits but It parts,
have heard! of him I. his. credit. John, t,. Julius, It M: m) were only reaping ;
to
.. ill nut 1cJ() In other
it: over
J IT hell n XI: noT well understood, we were there, not from any typewriter. NEW YORK
He is a business man of high A Itolllll..t tame warden ... .. 4" 00 choice, but stern necessity' ; that while We keep It In repair long as yon own It.

standing, and Is deservedly popular tltMilrlu WH: NorwiMMl Light.:'I. Rug to.;|:.Ullluar.. .. sad .11'.. .. ............ 15 IK lie HP we sllll\ strongly objected to sending our Grlvot Typewriter Exchange, Jackson. SouthernWABpruir i

in VolusU. A A HMwari, copying inlnuutii. ... .. .. /ft ou children away from home to school at tulle, Fla. and Produj
A II Penney, celery online, Jndin .. 21 ooIt the same time, we would l do all we could
The last to enter the list Is Frank uilHiiltlunHalary I'm AU,... .. .. .. .. aie3
J llrowu, j.llor .... .. ... ...... ....... a> INI to make It a success and thus help the FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
Clark! of Columbia County, and isI .. J mi I tor .. ... .. ... ...... .. /ft no cause of education etc. remember the ADVOCATIC office and
I perhaps the luost conspicuous' fig witlilnK on Co Com ....... ... 4011Walttir do not fall to send us a share of your Ooro.r.c.iss1or.l.: : : Mercharits: .
Stone r.r'y"&n".,.. ., ...' ... .,. 1u 00
ure In politics that has yet loomed It Ifuwlnr It. .. .. ...... in tae 1)roying.Draying work. Ve will please you.
the horizon. K Tntvln <.<>, chemlesl. l* .. .. .... 4.) 40 FLORIDA SPECIALTY.Stencils
congressional PINEAPPLES OUR .
upon .
J V WiMiMn, inakK s lUlUtlw lie MIA
Mr. Clark Is oombatlveiMermlnotl' A Htrwmt, tax rwl rapl : :.:;:;: I goJohn or hauling of all I Inds promptly To i\Musician

ll.nry,com &a l..v cow. .. ... .. ... 7n MJ attended to. Meets all trains. 11 11 alien .
b and persevering and will not be led A A rttowurt a."OIIn"'nl.... ... .. ... .10 OO promptly) attended to. A baritone horn for sale, nearly new Cards and our quotations furnished on application

&s n lamb to the slaughter In any A l> li to>nnuy,olhto coroner oo lu tinn.i"+m anil>c..auditorm.. .)........ ami'ou W. It. KNOLISU TltusTllle. oust U"t) ); will sell for 4112.00.: Can be .. .

kind of light. He has a line per. .1 P Mniwn, uliurinr '' .. ........ //I DO -- ,sen at the store of -
1 .1 :::r page Co.
t' sonality. Is courteous alTable and O It < ... .. .... 100 ,
.1 M ihiiHtn, '' ". .. .... .". .". x noW .>e live cents per line per week. Tltusvllle, Fla. The Buffalo Gasoline Motor
r of excellent judgment.As an orator II MwuMtr, .. .... .... ..... 1110
he stand at the head of "'10rlda'lr J T K....t r, It S ....... ...... I 00 -- -- --- -
It n Prltnlmril" ... ........ I IMI
f many eloquent sons, and never .1 II ticker, S... .... ...... IIII/
of the It Wniklnn.. .. .... .... ...... 1/10 Seeds For Summer demonstrat
fall. catch the most
l' to ear K C ImnnMtt. .* .. .............. 1/10 Crops. Has
listless man In tbe Audience. We WIUII.uI.It N .............. 1/10
\ N ftlokm. N N .... .......... I10 \
> predict a whirlwind campaign with John litttur, .. .... ..... .. .., 11<1 its superiorityov

Frank Clark In the arena and the Mr K l.yinan lee, iwiipcr" :::::::::::::::: 1000IIOMU S 00 Millets Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas, Teosinte. Glnt for the

' ADVOCATE!: Is pleased to note from .(.n", Howuutn .. ................ a INIs Boggarweed, clean ,, all other

" Ms speech at Lake City, that it is .1 III1.-:'lu.,' :: :::::::.:::::::: ooS :00 CO'S2'iI: :PEAS:

Lit intentions to conduct clean M rta.h, ................ 1000 : waters.
i* A Hare, Of .... .. .. ... ....
campaign in whloh personalitieswill II all Tahna11lftl, .. ................ a00 Whlpps Clays, Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyflngers.Clean SP
Win AnilnnoiiMn. .. ................ s no Bright !Stock: ; Lowest, Itloes. Conch Peas, 33o per qt., Postpaid; .1.25 LIGHT DRAFT, HIGH
not eater. Let us hope that .J. C. Johntoa, ...... .... ... ... loons peck; f.U bu.beL
..
Htocktonlim will not in the "" ,nautb..Orim, to .. ...... ...... / oo Poultry Supplies Stock Food Insecticides Garden Tool. Fertilisers. Reliable
prevail J W UHIIIra .. .. ........ ... s m Absolutely
light for congress, and that all the l_nlum, of. .. .. ... ...... 10 nos L. CAMERON The Seed Store.
iet J'rtIJI''.', .... .... .. ooklsrjr
iaudlUatet will confine their efforts ltopra:. ........ ... .. .. ... .... loo 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palmq Beac










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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9, 1903. G

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test Palm Beach. Stuart. St. Lucie. Melbourne. GEORQ MARX. JOHN MARX.


nlI.A.R:: :BR: <:>S.
Anthony arrived on the 6th W. H. Shaw, of Baltimore, wholesal Very cool winds both day and night _
ruber t extended stay with fate pa- dealer in drugs was here last Friday. have prevailed the past week blowing Subset Iptlons for the ADVOCATK
d': :ndMr..J.n R. Anthony. the the pink paper of the East Const, will be
Sylvia Hitching Is visiting Capt and mosquitoes sky: high. received the Melbourne Postofflce. WHOLESALE GROCERS

.nine's train bring back our Mrs. Rea at the Gilbert's Bar House of If you are not already a vubsorlber to
f1 e gave been .ummerlng in Refuge this week. the ADVOCATE should subscribe at
011 North and Wellt.eot you RICH *.RI \\". OOOI>K.-Uflal Estate Notary
p"shrw of the The schooner Mary B., Capt. Anderson once, and get all the news every week Public "H Cnnvfiyanror. Agent for {tna, Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

\ GooM ltby returned find onJJfJwTtbelr was In port Sunday, and cleared 00 Mr. Durham of Clarksburg Va., ha* I.lwrxiol) and Waablnicton"hon.loiiand Fire Ololw Insurance, Hartford Couipanla andITovlilaiice -

Western trip to Monday for Jacksonville.J. anlved hereto spend the winter. ll *. Hpufllal attention paid to the Interest

'b .uUft'l home much.: damaged by D. Mnllihau is clearing up land on was a pleasant caller on Capt. Chase and *ot nourftntdenta.PR Corner Bay and Julia Stlt., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

of Sept. 11. the west side for sou.
to rID a vegetable farm, and
J' IT Stores and "Miriam" have among other things will plant QUO acr Al Weaver and bride are spending >I.Bllenoo. A. PKKK, KlMllmurne.-PiivsiriAN Kau UaJIU Anl> ,Sl'lioKiiw.R Uuliduy., WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.

oed' fOIll a summer' trip "way of beans. their honeymoon here at the home of relatives. I Tuemlay.. and Friday afternoon.*. ,

I )\lalna" much ben fttted the ooaat by theo of J. P. Kennedy returned Tuesday. Mr We wish them many years of I I PURINA FEED OUR SPECIAL
tlll" breezes along Kennedy expects to plant tomatoes on true happiness Mr.Toppolton, of Stuart, was in town
the Allapattaokee this lad Mond.iy.Pr. Heed Potatoes Seed Peanut and Cow Peas In season.
We wish
season. Mr.
I'hllllps, Jr., of Bucbannan W.
e.ar yor and Mrs.\ Whllldon have let him success.Mrs. .Va., has again come to St. Lucle for the Miller of Palm Beach I. .pending ,.-We solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable.

:sleoded trip tbrouBh of the Canada.north II. W. Bessey returned home las winter. He is anticipating/ a fine time a week In Melbourne.Messrs. '! _.
regions -- -- -
Jlo Into the Icy sometime about the Sunday evening, from, summer's outln fishing for sport In the near future.A S. T. and John Mlddleton

will return at her old home In Nashville, Teun handsome new launch equipped were visitors to Titnsvllle last Tuesday.Mr. Eau Gallic.Mrs. 1
voyage.
ip. Bon The Commodore Is visiting his with three horse
parent a power Palmer engine/: ,
and left
\ Mrs. Will Iloke here on
and Miss Lucy in Ohio.
da Gottran turned
louli was over to Frank Dopew by the
Monday night for Fort Pierce where
returned from a six week's visit 10 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kltchlng and Indian River Boat and Launch Co. last they expect to spend some time. M. B. Burns, of Canaveral wan
dolpbla and Washington, much imoto daughter' Joseplne, spent Wednosda week. the gnest; of Dr. Sarah:: C. Hodgson on
health and delighted with the Hon. W. P. Sutton and family from Sunday last.Capt. .
.! and Thursday dowu
the
at Gllbel'LII BaHOURH Some miserable tliief stole the engine
of the NortbItl.
-
sociability Intend have headquarters
an(1 Sangatuok Mich. to
In OI> of Kefuw, the guest of Capt. tint cover out of Capt. Chase's launch at Ramsey returned to Fort Pierce
.".. Mrs. W. K. Koa.: Fort Pierce, Saturday night. Now in Melbourne again this winter. on business connected with his steamer,

,home of Mr.I and Mrs. Porter LaD Judge/ Hancock Is doing/ consldeiabl wouldn't they.like to catch him. On Tuesday evening a number of young Canaveral, on Tuesday.
made happy over the comlnimiDciDR people enjoyed an Informal dance. Mr.
.ore work on hlHgtouoditarouud his reaidcnc The Infant son of Frank and Myrtle O. F. Paddlson Is to make extensive
morn
b., last Wednesday John Nicholson and Miss Gard furnished
attending) physician, Dr. Nliuih.ini this week dinging up old I'lnelllJple Depew died at this place last Thursday the music during the evening. additions and Improvements to bis residence
The mother and child pl.tutH, mowing the lawn, planting out evening. The sympathies of this community on the Eau Ualllo liver,

announces In order .badu lieu*, BliruliM, etc. go out to the parents and grand Miss Kittle Martin bas gone (o Brant- '
congratulations Alex Near Is his artesian
Well and / overhauling LOOK TO YOUR EYES.If .
parents in their bereavement. Now a ley to teach school. She will be mlsaed
.Miss
Beatrice Kltching und hiother well and the latter
Lion day bids fair to be a lively Reginald of MebiiHtUn. urtlved Tiifmlay., mother weeps with empty arms for a baby here, a. she I. one who I. always doing Is now driving on Hodgson plant scow being; painted.Mr. suffering from any eye defect, or weak

I The popular' candidiUes for mayor Tl.ey will m.ike ihl.. ihvlr pt-im.uien dear that's gone np to the mansions something to make others happy. ways sight call ac my new well-appointed optical .

L, Duster IInll Cunie, are lire oI home In the ftitinv, uud will btait to attend beyond the sky another Is added to the Thomas Hood Jr., and family arrived and Mrs. Gen. W. Hopkins, of Institute. Special, complete lenne
.looted and t be aldermen are equal Hchuol In a few d"YII. throne. In Melbourne Tuesday evening after Bear Lake, Mich., arrived In Jacksonville grinding outlit in connection.DR. .

Ipt'iil.' but a true saying la : "Y\u a summer In Mary this week. They are en route to KIsHlm. E. H. ARMSTRONG,
pending pleasant
iell until after the election wh l bas. Oullor conies iuto the fold this Snvei Two From Death. land. Their many friends and relatives meet Fla. 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fla.
week Mr. Uuller has t
e President a largo pinery on here to have them return The biilliilncr boom In Kail Oalllu
delighted
"Our little daughter had an almost fatal are
"
the Month fork of the St. Lucle and hla J
It. (Rev.l) J. L. Fletcher of Ssntiag; residence. Is oue of the handsomest, in attach of whooping cough and bronchitis to Melbourne. ob iiestra'(;; tor0; send to other : 1,1 J

lib* an I veil from Havana via Miami this section of the country. ," writes Mrs. W. K Havlland, of Macon Ellis baa sold his house and Improved town for carpenters to help on the different GENERAL DIRECTORY.

.feibewna mot by her father Mr. Cillor. Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other lot to Nathan Downey. This Is buildings.
Mrs. Fletcher will make ailed John Taylor's launch, the Shamrock remedies failed we saved her life with I
one of the prettiest locations In Mel The mull! on the Banana river will be U. 8. SKNATOUH.J .
her and befrlendi wan the this week also Chas
visit with parents on ways Dr. King's; New Discovery. Our niece
bourne It contain handsome dellveied launch after this woek. The
advancedataltfl some by P.'r..l1a'.rn. >.Inxkiinnvitlii.rt. .
her return MoPber oo's launch .
are happy over which was havlni who had consumption In an orange, lemon, lime trees and other varieties steamer Lillian having all the business .ItM.llnry" . .... . .. . I'eimnouliv.. .
home West Palm Beach. a new propeller placed. The launcl' also used this wonderful mediolue
irold :
of fruits and flowers. 111 fl. Ellis she can carry on the Indian Klvor route. U. H. CONflHKHSMKN.!:
Home Dramatic Club will hold a launch shows a wonderful. increase inspeed. and to-day she Is perfectly well." Desperate and tamlly leave here this week.We lI"hltraW. l>"vlll.r lntka.K. .
o President. Mrs. N. 8Aham throat and lung diseases yield to Another public school was opened on I. M.Simrkniiui.Tainiw.Win. .
jng, with the decide lr. Klo '8 New Discovery as to no other are sorry to learn that Mr. W T. Monday laxt In the colored vlllngn/ north II. I"ar.. Mimtluello.V. .
on the Oth to upon a The heavy easterly winds which have medicine on earlh. Infallible for coughs/ Wells has not enjoyed good health the of Eau Oallio. The Hchool will beheld TLA tilt OFPICK.H.S. :J
In the been have slacked for
a to be presented near future prevailing up and colds. 50o and $1.00 bottles guaranteed pant season also that he met with a In a colored church rent free to the Oinlili. ...ReglKtcr. '"
fithe citizens may well be coogratu; awhile, and now we are having beautiful by all druggists. Trial bottles painful nccldont< ,
Ion havlnpf so ranch talent right In weather, nice cool days, gorgeous sun return to his Melbourne home as he onlu..11 at lainn.Tlllo, riitrlila.FL.OIU1.A ,,1
I midst. Kehersala will commencj. sots and grand moonlight nights, which free. R. U. Stewart, of Lotus has purchased l.EHSr.ATL'KK.! JI

makns our river look like au immense --- ---- ,-------------------- ----- the launch, I'luma formerly owned by" K. N. Dlmlnk' Pulm Mi-ncli.Rttnntor.W '; ,
}j. Boaujon arrived with his bride land of all ver. Dr. Booth, of Voungstown, O, :The II. Joint, TUunvlllo.KiiirM| "iiti>tiv*. 1
launcli wus houHod<< at Houston's yard at KXKCtrriVK DKIMHTMKNT.Win. ,! .,'
Ie4th located In "No I
anil they are The East Coast Fish Co. will begin EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. Ibis point B. .lonnliiK".. .Ooveinot.ll.Clay .
1 the Joflerson cottages, where they business on the l.>th. The new fish law ('riiwfonl. .Huoretary of m t .
eat home to their friends. Mrs roads that no fish can be caught In the W. V. Kniitt,. .... TrMMiurvr..lanien t'
NEVER ASK:: AUVJCE.-'When II. Whltllvld. AltornojMleimrul.W '.
with all the pleasant thing you
joD, St. Lucle river between the loth of June N.HIieaU. .Pnpf. PuMIn Iimtruntlun.
|Ani spoken of her, will be quite anl.itionto and the 15th of October with any kind have a cough or cold don't nwk. what Is II. K. !MuLIn. .. . .C'i: >.iiiuilHloii. ..r Aicrloiiltiirn.AloiiMoC .. j
West Palm Bench society of nets except cast nets, and not even good; for It and get Nonm medicine with Cnmni .Comptroller.J.CIIironl ,

he extend a hearty welcome to the cast nets can be used at the Inlet; so little or no merit and pel haps dangerous.Ask John Jiradfurtl K. Fimtflr.. .AclJutanl-Uoimrml.NurveyorOeneriil.K ,r .

I and groom. look out good people, and see that the for Foley's Houey and Tar, the I law is enforced.On (greutewt throat an J lung remedy, It cure, at Tullnlinomw, ruirtil*. *,'
coughs aud colds quickly. Wllsou A Son. SUrKKMB COUIIT: JUUIlKfl. i !

[ DOZE* TIMES A NIGII'r.- account of a revival being held at M. II. Mah.y. ... .. .. .. .. ... Ohlr-f ..liKtlon.If i
Uiren Dunn of llenton Ferry, W Fort fierce Sunday, Rev. Tompkies die It, Cnrtor. . .. . .. Aummliite. JII LI".. I"I"
[ writes: "{ have had kidney and not hold service here. The usual Sun South Rockledge. 1t.W'.Tayl..'. ..

lor trouble for yours, and It became day School was held with a large attendance RAILUOAD COMMIHSIUXEIIS..TofTiriion : .

nl that t was obliged to get up at and after the school was dismlsHot II. Hrowne, chairman.. .. .KnyVr t. I
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|dozen times anight. I never re1.1 a service of prayer and song was held, Mr. and Mr. J. J. Dymock were call J.It.M.HiKlnon llrymi,llurr.,. Klnnlnmnn.K. Itlver.. 'rfr. '

I any permanent benefit from any with a few well rendered remarks by the ing at U. L. Johnson's on :Sunday: O. Kuun .. .M .ill..nii. I" I'
].loe until I tried Foley'a Kidney School :Superintendent Mrs Jt.clua'tar., ) mxl, offloiin at TullnlnuMio Pin. '
Sunday : ,
Mr. and Mrs. U. I.. Johnson visited\ II, ,
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After using two bottles, I am Thos. Hogarth. CIIICUIT CUUKT.Minor
." Sold by U. R. Wilson &; Son. K. Hughes and family on Tuesday H. Jnnn*, Tlfll.vllleL'... .. ..('Inlll It JiKtRO., .'
Mackerel and blue fish are beginning M. Froy ha. moved back to the Travis ,1, I). Unitim! Orlnn.ln.I'nwmnillnir Attorney. ;!
to make their In the river, 1 Hprlttuc'rorni-fourth Monthly In March. I
appearance grove and Is putting it In good order.K Fall renn-Kounh Mtnnliiy. Outnlwr '
White City. sheephead are also becoming; quite plentiful : I'
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HIIKVAHD (:O\'ft.y COt'llT.AD.lnnn
rhe flithermen are getting their A. Hartwell and family are expected "'

boats nets, tackle etc., In fiist clusn order to arrive here the last of this week. l H. L, Uanlilnn..y.,*. . ..1'o."l1nlAtLtlrll"f'ountv Judr( '.. "\

I'lollf-htful The E.ist . ... .. . ';
coffee was enjoyed by a for the coming soanon. J, S. Coat went tb llrantley 'last week A, A.HInwnrt ('olllltClerk. 1
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H >rlniT riii Hmionil ]Moiulay In May.HnuiiiKtr '
JiisiuUof Mr. and Mrs. :borrenseoiirlumio :: I Count Fish CD. have three /gas rooters to (look after Miss Puwe's property there. | Turni-Hmionil Moilclny, In Anennt.Fall ,iI
last Sunday. coming, which will be placed! iu three T..rm-ll",1 Momliiv' In Kovcmlior.Wlntor "
of their fishing boats. Capt. E.: Sim- Mrs Chas.: S. Schuyler:' of .'.lemon Is 'l'orm-.t4ftuond Moiulay Iu Fourimry.COUNTY .
|B. Jones leturnod from his trip moods has the contract to place the visiting her sister, Mr. J. E. .Bottler, HCIIOOt' HOAHH.K. .
old homo In South Carolina. He "
f.king well aud motors. this week.A R. Mini*. 8111"rl"lell.I."t.| .... ,Hmmvetilnra.Mfltnliurm .
( reports a good time shtpmpnt of very nice rod I cedar J 1\1.1t1.vhalrll.n.'I'lt..nlll"|

I. Gannon was home from Jensen a BRONCHITIS FOH TWENTY Years.Mrs. lumber arrived] and will ha IIlmt In Mr, K. M. Auilrawn, Cocoa) ,,. 1C: ultaHiriiuebluir.|
Uyi last week. clothe whluh he Is COUNTY e'() nllhIlIOS :RK..r. .
While beie he gave Minerva Smith of Danville, III., Day's Dew room, expecting
I R. Witikor' ohulrinun Tltn vlll. John 11.Mlot .
HMO a coat of paint, which makes I noon. |
writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty ,
K much InUliui.iln) It. A. ConklliiK Tlllnian | JohuU
better
it being a beautiful years and never got relief! until I used Mr. and Mis. A. L. Aveilll will bo with Jnn 'm.i'tir.t' UxllVIUUCIty: Hetnilarimnltmn :
fcof >ifieen which Is ; ; : au6.
popular Munday In niontb.411KKVARU
very Foley's Honey and Tar which Is a sure us about Nov lit, over a month onrllur ar
|< the upper' leu of Detroit whichGannon's cure." bold:; by B. It. Wilson and ::;on. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. than usual. They say they are tired of COUNTY OFVICKIU

r. former borne.I cold (gloomy weather, uud lung for sun A. l>. I'nniiny, Tlt."III..I.| .... ..County Ju.I1fe.'
*. Poppell NEATLY: CHEArLr and EXP IHTIOU81.Y EXKCUTEIJ AT THE OFFICEOK Floilda. tt. I.,, Uaiiutuu Tltimvlllwi. At Vf,
and son, Edgar visited ny A.: A, Htowart:Tltiuvllla; : ,.County ark,
n tat w' ok, returning Saturday Fort Pierce. THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE.Is .1. K. Wooten, CiMo .Tax Amieimor.H. .

';'M q accompanied/ by Mr. Poppell, _ _,_ _- ______ "n --.-- .. -- --- .. .- '-- .. ---- Foley'ii Honey and Tar cures coughs; John. W,llonry Mnll.Tltniivllla, Tltimvllln: ,.. . .. ..T.... Tremurer.n>,H0 lately taken charge; of the Ice and col lH and prevents tmeuimmlii. Take K. K:, Mlirm. Hoiiavnntur*. . Hupt. 1'nta. lint.J. .
|T at that place./ They will move K. B. Raulerson paid Titusville a visit Viking.Mr. now in Mew Yoik dry under medical no aubstitiites. 11. H. Wilson\ A; Son. 'I. KrlM. TliiiKTlllfi' .County Burroyor.J.P. .
pen as soon alt they can secure atL Wednesday.Mrs. care. We hope soon to hear of his restored Kriiwn, TltniiTllla\ .. HhnrllT.W .
If a. Norwood ntii vllle..Hnil( .tratl(>n Olllunr.ITon .
e r"Kret to loose 8UO*11 K;odpoors health.Mrs. .
and Prange, of Vero spent a few days Indianola. TITL'HVILLW TOWN COUNCIL.
they regret to leave White Ertckson made a short visit to Ft.
last week with Mr. Michael. Stewart and Master Fletcher returned iiiardhal aniltax
iprolering to live here but business n. A. Proat mayor I Van Worlny
N la the Pleice 'fuellday.Hchool home last )Friday night much to oollHiitor : It. 10:. Minla. jr., olurh and tnmanrori -
:bange.U. Mrs. W. J. Trowell and children left John tax: aNH.. .1. It. Walkwr,
with and at.endance the delight of Mr. Stewart. They have Henry HNori
I Sunday for Lakeland on a week's 'visit.Mr. opened Monday I\frll. ILtphold of Merlltt, made her 11'. A. ""rICa", L. A. IIr.I", |-. .J. Mall and J. L.
Cody and J. M. Bryan of the of twelve pupils, with Mis. pent a in out enjoyable summer in Hen- first visit I In In<.lliloollFrltlllY of last rarrnthHra. council inmi The uounidl tnevuaHmt
miA oUric Fertilizer Co., were in \ and Mrs. Btiell returned Tuesday '.uwson, of Sfbll..tlllD.. Iu charge.We dt'rK'DVIlIf'| ||| and Daytona, vlaltlng. lelutlves week. Tuoaday In .a ih nionth

|.,Tuesday, on their usual errand, from a few day's visit In DoLand pros to welcome .Mrs. Nelvoa In the later piane. Air. Stewart returned Minx. Nonle Laphnin went to Melhouine TITII VU.LIt IM>ARI> 0V TIIADE.O. .
are glad
"introducing their goods. They homo before the family an biixln M. Ibddilna ...lil 1. M. IHino, trfxnrnr.J. *-
pect og. pr nti
'w..ert the back amotig us. Shu has tool maklug a "Saturday to vlalt her friend Mr*. .
secretary of our club, MN needed him. Miss Gladys .till In <>. Iliuit.. .".... '.r'. Mnvta m-ui.nd Wmlnaaday -
r. Bryan has. arranged to be here The Rev. Weatherwax: and family returned .erlongpd vlHit In Jiunkford III. aud 10- Daytona, Arthui-.A. Iluck.HitMtriitn nlitht In oai-li inontli at their rooina.I'll .

voolRIC of Oct. 15th and meet the last week and are now domiciled ports having a very pleasant time. -- Field went down tn Melbonrn, KB AND ACCEITKn: MAROXR..

Olof IbiS Place, for' the purpose of In the residence of Mis Julius Tyler. Rev. W. T. Land of Sebastian, will\ hut Friday' to tuako short visit to hi. Indian. Itlvnr IAMNn.\ IN), holila. |It. mmtlnir
hnnt DAXOEU IV FALL (;OLWI.Fallooldll : th. .. noiid and ronrtb F'.h.'It..nln". ", aaultnionlli .
Jt( fertilize and effect aud bride arrived last mnrnrng and evening later Mm. A. A. liuck returning !Sun
their here
II. E. Crooks ; lold l services are liable to hang; on all winter : at thvlr lodic* ri"ini, Indian. Itiver hotolat
,-I.-etjuoo Every body Is invited to week from the North We wish. them a next Sunday: In the whool house. Let leaving the need.* of pneumonia, bronchitis dll,.. TUXi o'nlmik p in, J, I., i'urriuhiira, W. M.|

long life of happiness and prosperity. us all join la making flood congregation.We ( or oon..u mptlun. Foley's Honey and Mrs. C LunaII) of Ht. Louis after aplmt.ant JI'. A, Morican Hua'v.OKOKK of. II'rrr.R\IIIT41t.: .

ATCI1: fill KIJXEY"Wben Miss Nona Kennedy left last Saturday are having fine weather now Tar cures quickly) and prevent nerlounresult. week visit with her ulster Mrs. KrlDndnhlp C-hal.tftr.| ,.,,,. II, ho.... |If nieatlnK*
atTected for Cliailotto, N. C., where she has accepted which seem.* to be favorable to the sand .. It Is old and reliable, tried and John Field started for her home last Frl In thfl MuKonlo Ixiilit* rwim, Tltunnlln! nn the
. |life| ,la ,In dan er." Bays tested safe and Contain, 0,1.ate. day well pleased and delighted with all Drat Tiwadav In < -OiVol.M'k p, lu.i
\Oer a position In a dry goods store. lies.. from the manner In which they attack sure. no > : '=.I''i'h.
the M
I-e\hy.\ KreiU English pbyI She will be greatly missed by her many us. The mosquitoes are tilings of and will not oona lpllte. Hold by the .tranire and beautiful things she bad o'nl and Mik tli*I'third. ni. The '' month the oltli-vra at 1 oftlialndjfvi ;

Idneya. Kidney Cufe makes IrlenUs. be past.Mrs. U. U. Wllsop A; Son, 'rltusvillo.Georgiana. seeu In Florida.Mlas Mr.. 'I1''WIt'r..re worthy. ....aLnn.)
:)old by Wllgon A gon Mine KAto
Mr. J. I. r'arrmliorii, worthy natron ;
Rev Myers, of Daytona, Is still hold- Strand and Mm. Daniels have Ilalfern and Mrs. Young teachers HMwart A..... Matron |1M... M. A. t\f"IIIII&"r.|: i iHmtrctaryi
here in the Methodist church been putting their head together dlanssing of china and oil painting have decided1 to Mr. .1. M. iJtxmi.Tmaaiiriir, MraJnllua
Tibbals. InK services Mr. Is a I Ihe Sunday school question.Ve cat In their lot with the good; people of KllnaC'ondnotreaai; Mln.andl HtawartAnno ;
Myers .
to large congregation 'onifa.i: Mr. U.n. W, Hmilili Ail"| MraJ.
man of great ability and force and hope to have a good Sunday school Indltnols. Mls Ilalfern has taken up f,, rarriillmra. 'llullli Mm young future ..ere before long. homentesd within easy reach of the village *. K. A. Mornan, Martha: Ml i > AlnptiMima
bo spared has a great W. It Sanders from I&dlanola was In
If his life ,
jI'r.. John R. Walker ,
and where very soon ihe expects to Klmitai, WardprtMr.
faml1y have taken
& >eforehim, town Friday. r. A. Morican Chaplain. ) T. T. Wife
p for tbelr winter' home atM erect a dwelling houae, and n. soon a. mora, IIe"Llnel.l Mr, (" ''M. II. 'wtlre.' Mnrolial.TITUSVILLE'S .
.ach. going down lut Satt A jolly party from Ankona drove up Merritt. : Peter WittfeM IMS bought another practicable will build a kilo for firing
ee I : Tuesday, consisting of Mr.and Mrs. Oeo. borae, for bill .on Carl.Mr china.
P. 1) Ankeny, TRAINS.
and Mrs.
Mr. --- ----
; t: "uj on, :Mrs. Hudson Mrs.Saeger C., T. McCarty and M rs. '1'. E. Lewis The River View" hotel U being finlabed. I *. White has boen quite sick for several COlifeKlllo.lI. of 1'rieMt.
011 .IBllter' James Hudson They spent the day In town trading and preparatory to Fall opening. The tawnnd days but wa better Monday.Mr. H The following! are the time.. of arrivaland

retorn cd ko LInwood IIofter several .,'Isltlng; friends. flower beds are under cultivation. Pago ha. a horse on Its way from Kev. Joo. 8. Cox, of Wake Ark., departure of passenger trains to aail.
IOJ at 1'ulaskl V I write. "For 12 I suffered from 'from Titusville:
fllro They Gallle Miami The boy. are driving It up. year.
F. Paddlaon of Ean gave I I
ichg g terms the hostelry G. Yellow Jaundice. I consulted .number SOUTH SOUHD.
nfey Were domiciled, and of No danger of consumption If you ute Mr. Blair hi. opening order for the entire Uncle Hughle I. making a cistern this of physician, aDd tried all sorts of medicines Leans TltuTlll., for 1I'lanlln" I aji4pnIDMpiu:
'utT 'i.tslde surroundings.fho Foles's Honey and Tar to cure that stubborn first hatch, from bis 20Oecg Incnba- week. A. I.. Bruner I. helping him with but got; no relief. Then I began lot rui. t T cough. Sold by B. K. Wilson A ::;00. tor and the little fellow will be ..hipped'uesday. the work. the use of Klectrlo liltter. and feel that .

;ac y rnember. of the Mr.. Kate Carter and daughter Mis. I am now cured of a dlneane that hnd Lear TltuarllU for Ja<;k""
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U"l <: Ub who failed InMrmvdlaM. pol aLl at | 1"l, p n>
II oaP- Dardanville and family arn expect for twelve' II
the :l illhbol1ae Mr. Lily were vlnltlng Mr*. Hall and daughters me la Its group year .
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HanfordArrlTa 1.111a.
l TltnaTlllo for ia
missed a treat, as Lotus. before long. Mr. Dardanvllla write want reliable medicine for liver
Preaen' Were ed I Friday, you II ''Tltuavlll from Hapforil 13'/10/ p.CD
made exceedingly: hat they have been enjoying the summer aod kidney trouble, stomach disorder or
'ab'l rl '?renil"l'/ '
ill torAmrew The afternoon School opened Monday morning with heir "anto." were visiting. 'Grandpa and Grandma guaranteed by all druggist. Only SOo. Some Special Offers.
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Hod th!mlckly lour to tho8e congenial Miss Mabel VVbltacre as teacher. Mr. Crouch Intend building a cottage Bower Saturday and /Sunday.::

Il arrived much too rattle snakes It will be a portable house Provoit went to Fort IMeroe Sun Hade anil I'or SIde -
Ihey were obliged to wuhd There has been two large on hi. place. C. I). County 'The Florida Fruit and Truck Orower
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.pltablt bostessa kindly good killed near the school house In the past hipped from the North. He has a cabIn day and I. expected to return Tuesday. the new monthly Journal devoted especially
a boat awaiting; him here purchased A. L. Itruner 1. attending to business
Jill ev7 thank you for tbe few weeks. cat last For .ale cheap, the northeast quarter to the Interest of the fruit aud vegetable
absence.
Shlppee year his
owntlfully dlspen ed. Summer visitors are returning. Those of Horace daring of .oothea quarter of section 3, township grower of the State I. published

back are Pr. Capron Mrs. Green and L. Mia. Mattie O'.Veal arrived on Tuesday 38, south of range .It aat; clone to at Ocala at $1 a >ear. Single copto. 1'to.'
Broke into Ills D. Hancock. All are Improved In health. A Love letter. of last week and I. stopping with O. K. Wood', pineapple plantation onSt For a limited time a.ls month trial

!"- House.Qolnn. down Would not Interest you If you're lookng Mr. A. L. Kroner at the Provost bouse.Sb Lncle Hirer; 40 acre*. nbnorlptlon will bo ..nt to new ubaoriber. -
:of hie" Cayendlab. Vt.. wa* A party from IndlanoU were The for guaranteed/ alve for sores, /:: visited M In. Alice Sanders at Indlao- Alao. the northeast quarter of north for :8.1 cent. Or both th. Fruit and

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Chronlo Sew .Constipation. When composed of Mr. Mr. McDonald Jo., writ*.: "I .uffered with .o ngly school here Monday morning with fifteen oath of range 41 east; on .outh fork ofSt. Union for 11.23. Or with the Ttirle--

.re Lito pms broke Into hi. Field and father, Mr. and wife. and BOO. acre for a year, bnt a box of Backlen's pnpll. on the roll. There will be more Lncle River; 40 acre.- Apply &0Cu. Week World of N.w York, both one year

QIi trouble wu arreAted and no.... and John R. Reed, to .rnlca Salve en red me. It 1 I. the best scholar: when our winter resident come ..... 0. NVALT03T, for *l.23.
17 pleased
!J!: at Cnred.all They're guaranteed Come sgaln wo are alway. alve oo earth, 23c at all drug it ore*. down. Tltu.vllle, Fla. L. J. BRUilDT, Tub. Ocala, FU.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9. 1903.
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br In alias sbe tvfnscd to dlTlfle with( Florida East
Free and him after the estate wan acqulrM./ Coast i R

Accented Mason, Wblfe Tracy wan giving his ward

thin brief summary of a cine! whit -- t

could only bo written In 'volume bel'< LOCAAaTlME, CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28 |;

j face wore" the expreIon not of one de- >! ,

Indian ..... ; No. W lighted at bearing bow abe bad no k' WUTMeOWD-a8A0 DOW*. _NOATXa0UV0.AD0! ,
i gained her property, bat an cn rn*"lE | |[
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River ;f/ Tltu.rlllFlorida. pity mingled with wonder uJmlrntlo: .. l0',4e4 Mesas data ITAno."s. lit qa H, 7i-

T"fltl". .sJ gratitude for pne who bad .uffer d
l fourth "r'', grace and Imprisonment that It miglpa l op/ tIIa LT...............Jaokaon..lll .... ...... A- .
Mold I. ItatuaamgRth.asrondsnd Indian. ltlv, ", owner. ..3. t I lea ................BoJaakaonvllla.. .. .... L< eu': : Na
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day of w:b mm.th.R thwlr room .... to It. legitimate I .tobeL ...... ........8L.AulJU.&ln..,.......... .... I ; "
Howl Titua'ills, at 7SIll''fJIk' p. "And you did tbl to fulfill a pros < = e 1 1..I118! .:..................UaaUnira............... .:. a.4Cp.f '.i
.f. L. 'arrnrhiirii Wonthliifnl' Manwr.T. = ; ... ..... .....S. ."' '. N> Ct'
". .... '..."r., Hxnlor. warilan.. leeT'"No. I Imfi''I' Ar..... .. ............falatkaLT ...... ..... ;"' N'
for wboi re C
K. W Orroll. Junior. W.rd"n.J. I IOTMI the little girl Z' i .p ..... .. ......... ...f.!..... ............ .. Ar'r'' ei0.dQ :
Triuitir
IHxon
r, M.A Morgan, H nr Ury.It. I did It." ""rl+ <.O i1 ...... Ar..... .. .........Bun "awn.' .... ... .. v'
Edit II: ..... ..... ...... .. .... ... II
P.:flruwii, I'haplafn. It wan a long while before H H' .. ... e 0 10a Lv.... .BanMatao"' .Arl. iO
J. R. Walker, Matilor Iwiwion.P revering the convention 4r 1 ZW LT.-.... ..... .. "' ...'". ... .. ..L..lie! ..t.1.copal .
W llolmrti. Junior ")...""IJ. IIrightrnnn <. t 12 f19 IA .. ....... ........Bnnnelli.......... .. I
r. M, Taylor, Hmilor HMward. order of matrimonial occurrence: !. I t ... 44p ............*.........Dupont...,.......... .. .. \.I. Upl 7"
r. A. Ixmloy' Jfinltrr Htvward.. could Henry Tracy to bcome ( en. 1bg ...... .......... Ormund. ....... ..... ... -t '
M K.: KnKll, Tylnr P1'1'III111111" S.( I9.a 17p:.:.............. ...DajrtonaPortOrangn................... Dr'"
--. her hunhand. I>- pIte tbe trutl t1 /Ap' ...........,. ........... .Y I ,; .' 7x71Dy.60P
to the world be wa known a.11'an eSt MGDOl./ OSP...:............ .N' ..w Smyrna.Oak ... !" I.
:: ... .............. mil ...:..:....:..... I" 13't:
convict and his carper was rulnec !:< e. t06p. ........ ..........Tltnavrtle................ 3 a..': <
HQ. 146I Then he fell HI, anti It wo In one ot p a. U .:} U f'p. I U II.......................OMo.................. .. t '1 ." II'IIID '
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blrnnHent : t1 tOpr 110 ......... ........ Rookl"dgft I'
I hue weaker phynlcul moods that OIllO.U "' e.p ....................Kail:"' Qallla................. I 't8a.jpjpl.J ; ,"
--. wee obtalntxl. The pair wen ... all 16".1 Up ....................III..lb..urn.................. II 45asllail
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u ....... ...... .BobMtlan. "
1rlglnatl. abroad and have never returned to ..II-C: ) tOp ............... ..... St. L..J..............?...?. .. 1121'001 11000"111't1u )
Ill you are discharged fron America. ROBERT F. FORBES. .... .. a. 11 .......-.... ..... .Lt.Yleroh............ ... .. .11pP'nenet'': a.t '
whm llk". Tri-W Sailings III .aW..1 > ..................,...Tlhbal _....... .. .'r11QlDIt81thr :
Oil* prison and limy; K" 3011 cckly I!! ... .. t I. ......................,KdftH.................... "!11 U"'Ii''"
I liCH ;you'll live nn lioiiPHt llfo and not KNOW" WHAT YOU AHKTAKIN W r .............?...... Jenaen ........... .... .,. ... I.U 15 "
YOU : .. ..................... atuart............,. obi c9 pu fI C
bark ht'rungnln. r 7 I a p
hflVf*to conic When you take Grove' Tasteless Uhlll BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK 1101&.. f. Da 8 p .................. Hobe Bound ........... ..... fja 37 '1eyIJL :
A4 tIP wurdi'it spoke,' flip prl"on..rIItar.l1 i Tonlo n cau8o the formula I In plain] 7: 4Sa 1!p......... ...... West JuplMir. ". ... .' .. .1015II'.861' '
him though hU. mind w -nupdto that It i I. 0G..t ...........W.MtPalm B.aoli.} :........ ...... pel:. }
at it* printed on every bottle allowing at Charleston S. C., both ways) K .t66. ....................jBoynton............ ... .. I.x, M t .? *!
other umltoi-H, then, without u ro Imjjly; Iron and Quinine In a tanteler : r603a .1 p..... ..... ..... "" c3,1.; ..
P'y' tDlllltt t >nand out lulo I la ---. --------- The Steamships in the TTECAR fOtv. II p ............. ...,.. !. en
HeV..rnl yciirx before this Ilonr ;; (I eo. .71' ... ... : ....tiamoaClty ............. ]0 reel
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Trncx was a yoinitf I)
and Southern -
auep marked ability thdt when :MAR ., Paul Ole apostle In his charge \0 Tim The Clyde New 'England SCnF.DITLE3 OF BRANCH LINES.

ping. JtrlKhdmin, nn Intlmnto frlcmlllantfti otby upou the latter1 going over jut Direct Service Between

: fitl.'(-" years: hU ncnlor, riled It Mncodonla nld, 'For the love of moo Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 5AmfoIIb! JUIANOH. ORANGE CITY I11U.NCIL

WRI Tn"n'J thnt Trnry tuid IH-I-M n"u'd. ey In the root of all evil which whll. both a. &...T IO .. No. n.lylDauy, I ToLTIOII..
c. )
gunr1.Ise S.
noln. >.xc<'iitor of bIll putntc rind (Calling at Charleston ways Dally Daily. -" Lu
of the only liclr, Hdltli Tli-l"lit Home coveted after, they have erred Ono from file faith and pierced UiemHelve; Hoathtmnnd' ....... .. ...... ... ... ;. ... .... .... ..from LewiS Wharf. HnIotonNothhound rr 19 a Lr.Mime..A" n3 alp e a tip I'Ly .N. +r l"isr1.Ln. .
roe( m-vcntci'ii years old. day .... .. .... .... .... .. ,... ... ...from foot of Catherine Hlrout: JlICkaon..llle "' I ....... G..en..ArUlar, .aUp Luklh' r.
:'Atnj Iliirnlconrt. win bud 01100 hl'I'nJlrl through wltb many Borrown." -. --- ---.----- --- .. 611. ...............,,""..,. ... .. ... ../t... III 00"1 a t8 1I CanLvOranr. Lb?
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pruiliu-iHl to Colonel Henry Wetter. d10.Ar."' ........ a.mt' \ Or 'io I
$mlln'l4 nftoriK-.v, papers According --
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trot*rrln" Ihn whole pntnte to Knrnli1'artun eon. the religion, of Paul receives little. Clyde St. Johns River Line. 'W..2S. No. 23 "No. 19 I I I Na 1 MAYPOBT 18i, No 22 No,'t/1,e
0" Mid if. 1\all .
who clnlniwl t to Ii" thin u'r'rlndWUo upport from the Christian clvlllntloiof :: ((1..11..1']' Llnal Sunday I 1>..117 Pktlf.Sun Dully, i Datly.a BHAJVCII. ".. r. "II' J. .a
.
of tlio t Crn-iiKi'il.'\ TinHi'dlniypwinil pnporM only. '
twentieth America la aD AND MANFOID.Mp.pphdg.t '
century JACKSONVILLE
such BETWEEN tr''. 7 '(0 | .. ,, .. '
Mtrnngevltt7'ml .JukmiTillt. f"
,' and them WIIM 4iQr.2C7p' 80. "I' ;.MP'II
land. S0fOps/40 1"
'i address before the graduates of a bus! : Palatka. A tur, St. rraurli, Burenfonl ((1)e1.11I.l1. and inMrm dlaM 01 p> 0 88 a Lt .8<> |. fa. >t i.,, : :j 'L; :'dl
thorn a/Sap I .1.'II..1r'' .
/ + I tint 'l'rl\<'y luid stolen college at Hoboken the other evenIng Ina.urn UIIHt.Jobn'."I..r. .1DSOi. t29t:' rn '. 10 p alO OOaar. .. ) U '" !. ? ?" -I.D.? 1:1": ",1!
tui\'bls' ttifijrccriition followed. While liens STEAMER "LOUISIV CAP11. C. II. UKOCK, a,p. ,,03, I' II 4TD ,,1014alr..AUantlrlaul.Lv, 6 15it'7 ;/5 '12: ljI .: :
}if AttM In prlHon the <
lltlgiUlon, and Killtli HrlKliltniin beingdeprtw.l : "Each country hall Its crowns of glory Leave. root Uathrrln Street!! :,Jai-kiionvlllaS.uiip.: m .. .. .. ...Tnemlny' .and. HatunlayMttv the tlm' at which train mar h..1'. a. ,
tabtnahnw
.. .. .. .. ....... ... Mondays and TbursJayiCen'I Thorn Ttma .
of her Inronw, wn forn-d' to and crowns of thorn Kind out ination' Mallrnrd6Naa.n1. n1. ----- frnmtheeevaral.tattonsbuetherarivalorrl.pertur.attheelwn a set 1- .nutnl
-- d_. the Company"' ham ltel reuponulbla for any delay. or any .asset I
I cari txr own living. I sins and ;you Cod therein Itilunger Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville "rom.or __ .toss-- _

Oii tilt> evening of hU dlnohnrKO he *. What 1* the matter wIth) -, ., A.et.Oen.Pa". AItC. 204 Went Buy 8t., .....,k.on..llle.. 1'1...
r. IRONMONGER: ""
.
trxjfl on a utrci-t corner wultlnff forth America? I* It the race problem of: W. U. CUOl'Bit.' 'r.t........1 t'rt. Agt. Javluoiirllla CX 1'. "LoVKUL A *t.rtupt.. JackaonvUleJohIN. KEY WEST AND HAVANA
ctockfl to strike ID. At the 11 ruttrdiw ... HOWARD, auperlutouuunt.! Foot HoaaruCe.tackonvilleVia. .
the south? I know ao much about tha A.O.ntonwrv/en'Ikn.t'ntae..ANt.NewYork CLYIEMII.Naien.rrt.AlrI.NowYork! : PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CCmECTlSNS" AT MIA
criiHitod tlio Mtrcet end (' >..rienoral Agents.
A uiun WM. P CLYI>K Jr
that I can say It Is not. I have an un TIIKO. U. KOKK.!: !: iantiral MitaaK:"" New York -
in SUM!! fitOpposite Itnttory Park
Jolm'"l him., be.ebrllujlb: Hullclintf SGIITH BOUND. NJnTIi BO'1ND
"Tlic hovpln7" asked l Tracy ihaken belief In the power. above that C. I!. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvlllc! ['].... vlllt.mt8un..Tbur....... ........... SOIIa L. av.nl\M..n.. rrtr
makes mo think.tbat It will furnish iti Rey Wsat Sun..Thur.. .. ..... ........ D 1>0"\ .rK.y Heat Mtn.. Fri I
"On the plnco. .
-- Sat4rHavanaeMann.
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Thdr
"All right; Yotg tihrail and VII follow. awn solution. -- ------ --------- --" -- -- -- :.:::::::::::::::: 1700. ArMtymiTueeuyit... 11 11Fm

We don't want' to lio Moon, to- "I* It the labor question? That too SE.A.B: <> w npy of Loot T'me Card or_other Information ..dolr,,_" umn ar.J. ,.
The real
getlLea" will nettle lt elt. No. danger

Tracy followiMl tho limn out of town has its root In human nature 1* tow. D. RAUNEE A..t. Gee. PUll. Agent.. ST. AUGUSTINE,

to ,a, V."rto l house Mtiindlnif, liculilo the Bred by our peculiar condition and! AIR LINE RAILWAY.
and tho two cnternd tho Krouudn.
road" of the na
fen In the effect money upon
A >l,uk und a shovel worn, found under !
( tonal moral one. The brain of the -FaR- ) !...41. a
cKTCtcr
a p a luniu treo in curiu-r of the lot, boCan xiuntry air all engaged; In money makIng SAVAXXAII, COLUMIIIA'CAMDEN, SOUTHERN TIMES, RICHMOND, "'1..t

to dig. Coming to a mini II ulicot and money making aloue.. WASIIINOTON HALTIMOUE, Pill LADI I.PIIIA, NEW YORK czru /
iron box, they, removed It and rotnrnod "It I III the money devil we must t..ran4 : '. Jjj cf e' p

With U to rl><> city."We'll the money spirit of which we must Trains Y': S1

no.to your room Urown. Hld eware." Two rAlPNmir'CHlCA" J ei1

Trnty. "., 011"0 got the &,,'Iun'n tll -- -- Seaboard Mail.

there. I bollovo." liui a Ton Peaty NullIIUlllllKl. Throufili Seaboard Express, C/y ,G>"JN

"YIIII." MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.: "' yv

A,few uilimtPH Inter Drown 'rAtel"' While opnnlnKa box, .1, C. 1\III\1IItot .lackHonvllle to New Orleans. ? LOWS RICNMONDI
Through Sleepers::
n lnii. .t:tt In lil room lit the I gee 1'kl',1 riirv Mile Hay, N. Y., ran a ten penny ONLY LINE Operating Dally_
the dtw+r. pullod down tho KhiideH, nod all, through, the fleshy part of bin hand. -
the two ripoiu-d thu Iron box, inking hi' thouKht, at once of all the pain and For Information and sleeper ieHvrvatlunn call on any Agent/

out a buiullo of papofH.' Hrown moanvhll oreneH thU would cause mo," ha says,. Seaboard' or writeA. 4tiSZgtovaw 1C

unlocked a desk nod brought 'aln'anil Halm Immtidlntuly and oooiuiionnllv applied, C'hamhmliilii'i aftorwarils. O. MACUONKLL, AII t. Gen 1'anK. Ant. 1..l1. BoYI/sTON, I'.VHB. Agt. C
doou- CJ'ly
CdiitulnlntC
forte an envelop! '1'0 my nutiirlHe It removed; pain and JACKSONVILLE:, KI.OItlUA. HRRRIMrJYan
inMit g. Tracy IIl'lzlt I tlu>in ongorly and
"orvnoH and the Injured part were soon i B M H H
oniOwd thorn tilt, after 1IIIIItlwr till lit ho"loll.IQld/ by all. druggists und me- j : Icj'-

camp to one nt which Im uttered n cry !loluedealerH.{ '

of'"j4 l'Lis, {'. k< tho key to tho Hltuiitlon! hopirWiiiuil. Ftet Krrnr.Tr Atlantic Coast Line R'y.

"''''''hout this tho others H -So\ their engagement I* broken

aN worthJoHit. I'll tnkn euro of lido ort? I :
lnyni4f., You look out for the other JPHM-Ve*; they quarreled and she i ,BGi4G
Car Line from Florida. V
Through
Mont me In the uiornlnu at the courthouiMK wimP In the wrong. The Great __ n ___ fL
UIH! we will nwvnr out the wnr- Tos*-And she wouldn't admit It? I3A8T. 1
No thnt 'wan the whole tronlle. TO T1IK .!
ranf" JflHH- :
t It wniT 11 o'clock at nljjut when She did admit It. and" after that Over its own rails to Suvannnh, Charleston, Itlchmond Uallrcmd. and WiiHhington, thence etACitFoe

lett tho defective nod walked he "Imply (,liecnnie IInbl'nrllble.-l'hlll1' vlntho Pennnvlvnnla

rapid to a IIOUHO whom there was but delphia I'reRe. TO TIIH WK8T.; j a-- NA Sty/f

one Uubt burning( He rang tho boll The LouUvllle A Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A' Ohio H. K.1 SMOOTH RUN
and 1'lll.'llI nervant cHine a eked for Wh r. It Wouldn't Work. I1

MlM Urlghtin. HI* Tu'hfOr-I1ou't you know Tommy. TO TIIK EAST VIA 8TKAMS1IIP. J :

"Gone to bp..." yon xhonld not let your left hand Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New 1 ork. ;HI..I.lhhL. Iloston. SOUTHERNRAILWAY
"Never' mind thnt. I must n* > her know what your right hand" dora I 11111111IVIII" Savannah
Yolk Wimhlnulon HIM
to Now ,
Via Norfolk !Steamer:
tOUI bL" Toiniuy YoH'in. but you've just tot Company fur Baltimore ;
/ and Mel'obl\ntlt' and Minors'rranspnrttulon: :: "I'IUl
"Wbo hall I tell her wishes to pee lo take both liiuuN when you vent to and I'hlliule phla. e>

tip" tin run to a dog's hill.---CDlengo To

III'rr.N".... mind that either, Bhe'll ap- Trlhim" TO KEY; WEST; AKI HAVANA. WASHINGTON NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and

proYe ut your I'M II hill her up." Via IVnlniiular A Occidental Steamship\ Company. C
When; ; Edith; llrltfhtuiim entered the ------ ---- -------.--- -- -----. --- and the EAST. U HOT SPRINGS N.

rootQ and iww her guardian 1hA ez- Connection Made Jacksonville forall Point 1 CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY::
door knob. SCOTT'SMULSION ,
com"r, "he' ciui ht at the _

Imprisonment and tti. mystery ut- MILKAOI;: TICKKTS. The NORTH and WEST... || t*.! "The Sapphire Country.

touting It, togt-thor with the ION of herproLerty Interchangeable mileage ticket good, over 13,000 intln of among the Illocl.IIILI .

hud not ouly been a pu zli. rallronda In tho southern states, are on sale by the principal RfE'nt. H._... D..Idn c.. D..ntt S.rrte.On CarPallnaava .

but.a horror to her. When It occurred [ For reservation and Information apply to agent of the A. (;. I.., or write, All T..I._ Th. 8..t.SO.YT11ERW .

IIhe Mmn ullll butt a child.! Now .hlt FRANK C. nOYLSTOK, Commercial: Aprt. W. n. $ST\KK Tray Pass ARIiM : ,....."!* ..**.
\\ntt woinnn. JACKsOVVlLLE' FLA. RAIL1.V AT. H. P. CART. Dl ma
: Went Bay St., Astor Uulldlnir, .. _.... .. I'\.A.
W .
toe 51. '
Bar
I t"
$ "Edith mild Tracy, "yonr enta.te Scott's Emulsion is i the U. M. EMERSON: Traftlo Manaccer.V.. J. CUAKJ, Uen'l. Pass Agent. .." f'
W. A.Ton. ". T '. O. f.A.wa.tl*
miviXl to yin" WILMINGTON. N. C. M., .It'ftr<>tl. DC. S. H. tfA.-.e.
Nli* stared at him "'nl1l.lnarly; na means of life and of the enjoyment Wu. H. T rtJj.. A. O. P. A, All",.. C .

be iilMwrwl! of thousands of
of life
"'''h..u juiir father aikml mo to 1.1) and children.To CH4 SS:: L VM:: a 0 0 .. -.. -- -
his cutor he told nio of the woman men, women JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
St.,
eta a am w. Bay
Who \lI"'Il to be bu wife, anti that the men Scott's Emul

ho itJw unpi>ctml Ilarnlcourt. 'When sion gives the flesh and alar- .
1 itlvV h. Mold, 'Uu n> 'II be venue 1'11"111. for the A
strength so necessary
l'r"mIM"
little plrl.
Hi;' practkt'sl on mjr _
U"' fi' n will Mane that .he Ix not rot>tMl.: cure of consumption and the _FULL__ Fuw. la. TorltablA dragon of Ul.bMUb It loav.vwlt.P.)0.>
-
'1 proiulno I un my honor anti in; repairing o"f)f body losses from 1 r 00.0 more.psrmUlartoAmericans.WHY physical wreck than. .probably any other al'Ae
.
llfo,' I ruplVd."When ? blmply became upon the 0ret vnl
the blow fell 1 knew the im- any wasting disease.<< 1 J EYPRE55 of the malady the .y stem U usually icourkvquinine '
fXPRfSS or tbat deadly mlneralloClel .. tI!
but could not For Scott's Emulsion I U unnecessary at
I" '" Wf-ro fruiiduli'iit, women PREPAID Don't Do It. Its Dantf"' .rou.-
r. eve It. The roam was about to turnover docs this and more. It is 1 1 PREPAID = h M elllier. {lopattlrwySu.rsatb

the estate to till* wmnnnwho HERBINEbrasvay.ad
v niVt nt oiicn turn It Into CHKI! and' a most sustaining food and -** '. .
ntuh tonic for the trials that rrafaRV.tyecaa any form ft.. n" -.
i. eve!' the country I deliberately special $4Ig purely h.rbAl. ilu all tli. "
and bitted them In my A and tfalom l--lMHi. of tli "TO-. ....
t tr papcra women have to bear. : rractlall. Unit kldiuy lid' ,
sn'n
j .t}. Wbllo i*>>rvl )i{ m; term I em- To children Scott's Emulsion p s4 SOo per bottlo. AHI DruU
I 1..yiat n U>t M-tlrc, who lute only rt e.a. : > -",, '
I I.I
'
u'jx unruveKnl the ci(.tt. Here la ititlivt gives food and strength r r -.., '" ..,;

> : tH>tw""vti AlK-l lliirnlcourt und for growth of flail and bone Doz.I $450 t-:

P:; "Vi Patton, wb.n>lu Mho ajtrw to
and blood. For girls
pale
estate with hint In cure boa"'IP' '
dl\ l Iii tbe DfirvCRCD
i fOR SOX.
\ It for her and below her con. for thin and sickly boys Scott'sEmulsion J2 QtS *. It. WILSON

f. -Ak>u that >ho was never uiarrlvd to is :.1 great help.Sand .

), .,M-uii.: .r and the document* are all for fr.. .ampl.. .. $129.9'A qcc THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFIC

*. a'%l. dip ihuature being topledfl SCOTT & BOWNC: Cr .rnlt*.
.;a It.m r a of your father! which had Pearl Gtreot, N' York.
415 iw
409 aborp"'l'
for thc l nlMt Co. the
entl Brewing at
., AH Kind of Commercial Stationery printed
: t"sltlon. ThU con. ..
f; ;-r pos>> 600. and 0' O- ALI drug ;11It.
"' JM'aoP. B.mU' urt wan to>> UoUl over

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 9, 1903. 7

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TITUS LLE.pt.A.t'T' .

REPOTTING THE CACTUfe.Slie .

: :t'V''Ee: :sO"JEJ:: :: : :
: ....... of Pot-Drainage nnd Soil-Urn .
ON.TBE.IN1)IAN-RIVER. Llit lit and XV,.<.!.

With the advent of February It Is
TITUSVILLE, .. ....
about caetuwuero "
time to'tbiult repotting
FLOlilDA. needed and getting them stared .aabel r- -

for suniiner growth. Comparative
I ly plants will tmturnlly reqnli
young;
J. G.
BAST Paoprietoi
more frequent potting then older one. ,
"
4 : The niiiateur la apt to err on the side "
A NEW INVENTION.
DUCK SIIOOTIXO. of too frequent HtliiK. In many cum ,
It Is only necessary to shake the soil
and
FISHING
i : from the roots and replace (In saw

s may. Rates: $2 50 per day. pot) with new mill. Tills method 1 Is \ a
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Recently Patented all Over the World.
Tc"-- advised wherever possible, and the reo
$10 and $12 per weed
potting way then be done more freo .

-_ the amateur the necci
--- ---- quently giving

JACISONVILI: envy experience ns to Increase. of root The Walton

In a given period. .

INPSOR HOTEL . Any roots that appear dried or dend< 4 hr
should be cut off close to the (stem aud

JACKSO VILt.E'S FINEST: AND FLORIDA'S In potttng care should be taken to hay Self-Locking Tackle Block.

LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ItoUNO 1IOTEF the roots spread out ns much as pass:. ,

ble and not bunched. A dull pointed I''

stick would be useful for packing tbe ,/ Made In various shapes and sizes of ,

earth well\ around the roots wblcb Is WOOD IRON: and BRONZE Will "-

very essential. work equally well with rope chain or
As to the proper potting/ soil tbcr!.' wire rope.

are slight differences of opinion. Th Will work at any height upsldo down i i
chief necessity IB to have thorough t/
horizontally, or at any angle,:: and will
wt!
drainage, without which tbe plant .
stop and lock a point. ;
rot off at the base. Gravel placed I 111: any ,
Invaluable for kind business
of
san< every
the bottom of tbe pot or coarse
will make a good drain. Powdered where njblock In needed, frequently sav f

charcoal sand and ordinary good loan log the labor of one man or mnto. i I

may 'he added In equal parts. Nothing! like It for hanging stretchIng j

After potting at tbls season presutn t wires.AddrusH. '

Ing thnt tbe plants nave been kep .,a n'I U all communication to the

I vrM a cool and dry during the winter months, J f

.... they should be Introduced to grndua i IP4 II N II Walton Self-Locking Block Go.Inomporated. '
I I _.f)
heat and water increasing as tbe season I I l'' l ll ll III I, to P I, ;i 'mnf 14i "i I' / i i till y I
advances. For the stronger growIng i'i i VIII I ( .)
t
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kinds liquid luuuure way be bens- d ', 'I : i' Office and Waieroom 40-1 Atlantic Avo.

flclally applied.At l)! :I I1 j h I II i I1 14 J

CULLENSOWNER AND PROPKIKTOKS. all times plenty of light Is neededPlace ail b .I 1, 9 I 6, f 111III' .: I

GE 4 .. them near the glass If con"ynlent. III'' : l I -- ,-_. I
---- --
---- Regularity In temperntun I4/ .11 I u I ail I I I I' '/
/ q j Sample Blacks can 1m Mlen..t tho An- ..I I
and watering are very necessary foe voo TKO4ite1'Itnxrllleandatihrstnre pld )

FLA. good 'growth.Wblle : j II of M. It. llul.bar.Kv I Co., .fackHimvllle. ; ( I ; Il liill I h i
VAL UOTELJJ handling them at this time It Call and I see dose bloukii working ?

would be as well to carefully look foe \ )

Insects that mny have escaped uotlci' The following, out of hundreds are a sample of the testimonials. received by tho Walton Self-Locking Block Co. :

during the winter.F'unrlaatlon. IH lIh..kAlone "tr "f. wronjan.| "',;IOOS. 1
WAr.rov 5xl.r.nriovri HLIX-K. ('0.,
Opponite postoffine. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- UKxri.KVKM:< .-Von. rtMii| ".iril tin to Alva an honest r"I'.rt..n| (Iii. |>,.' loaf" working voiir al.l ir.nnkliiir tuokle hi..,',.*. wh'oh' wn olitnhieil' froiayon.
Under Jln.... Wuiilil Nay we liavn unc-il illlTcronr kind or hint'kK lu ou IIUTI rv, on our elKVHtwl l Turk. Imurlnir' nii'1) l.iwi'rlnir from inn H,mr M another,eta '
sketch from Gardening We have plvmt i the Walton Mr.H..It-f.olkllll lilockn a pretty gr. t.wt, end find, hear Hi* muni, rHlliilileKinI li".t ,1.ln'k..r I lu. knell w. liavo ever ann.l.
novated. vewlyfurnished throughout. Liberally conducted, . The accompiinyIng 1 t I I. H Kiriit liuuntlon, amt we .are icluil. to Rive yon tlilH.t.<':.lee, and inoru than ilaiweil to know that at lust, ,wo IMVII r"II'hl.wh't. w.. lie' VS for ynar
shows u pun which a correspondent boeniliiintlni r..,. Yon ran nan tilt. nutlite in ally wiy ..111.|U...a.K. ,
Venire.nrvtrnlyl ,I.tl'NCAN A CO.
uses for furnishing a plant
Rates 1'3.31)() per day and up. dust He : II 1''
house with tobacco pays WALTON !I I.I'.I..II'KI"O HUK-K ('n.. -
Is by far the most effective method we 1IJ1| : 'II.I'M"NAhllllt: : two *pckanirnl teen,' .. .Itramoualair! | ot' 11 In. >i IM 'kinglitkh'bterk.wlth l .| 10 rue t ol 1"1"1) ...h,11I1f B'
B: W. SPERRY the time to report. to the imntianv) Ir t fniinil, "nl. Infarrory. I
Proprietor. have ever tried also easy to manage" 1 am glad. to .pv I am \ and inexpensive. Take an onliuurj er1man i needs. Mho Las any ima tor bluukH, nit tint) wit l time and 1..1.I .,. Hum..* I In tour*.

dripping pan 8 by 12 Inches cut the Vonratriily, Oonler In drain and HnlirenT, 1'1I1'I.h..lI P'. IMIOWKtT., Newport: \ ,,N, IF. r +
M
bottom out. leaving/ margin of the __ ,
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STMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and l Cedar Streets. same of one Inch. Fold the piece so cut VJ ALTON HKIK-f JACKSONVILLE FLA. and .H.STIKMFN. :-V tt parI h".I'i) of )nu n CM nfnU Inrh ...II'ln.'klll' tncklr" Mck. N Its r"I'I. | to flt. Kcliv. ...t. anilmfi\ ''ipii'tt-rm n rnlr. ...to awL
out to form a leg to tilt the pan, am well pleased. with the wi.rkliiif of tl.el.l.HkH. In msny.n.i-a I..XHH. .n'I'ol'l..l.' l ran hne.I)) l.iin.lieil ..It11411115.N| | mid. nun. Thty eoassgnentlyhive
rivet It on. Take line wire netting tlA money, 'TheyNlw..q)>.ttortnaeytItfugWAtiaraever inifil or arnn for I I"III|| >K III-MVT wplchts mlulv! 'i.n.l. nnlrklv: In :nr.rer', *
American plan., Centrally located. Just built and HOWhHMIAHK l'Hlllolll.V OMI'\NV" ,
open Tor W T, lnH1'. Trwaniirer, Ilimtno.ILural .
1
_._ ., dHotel
ed this) sonson. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold 'Vater8aths -

.
Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depoc. All '

f I ) Delivery Notes 1 I IIt e
| street cars pass the door. Rates 2.00 to $2.50 per d.iy.lira. : .

with Seven Cottages and 10
A. WALKKK, Proprietor.OLI has been discovered that the rU1'1i1

free mull delivery liu opened 1 a nt"v Acres of Land.

and llr-ld) for the clrrulntlon tit .
larger
> SI .\nUEEZI:, GOOOALL, FLA.f .
dally newspapers. puliltrtlied I In tin

eltles. .\t the siitno time It haw tentlei 'I.i4 .- _

to Incronhe( theolroulatlon of the conn-

e Seaside f 1 Inn OLD SEABUEKJCE, try weekly ptiperwMont '
DUST.
WITH TOBACCO
GOODALL, P. O.Is FUMIOATfXa Important: nioug tho requisite
folding/ the four fides! to give strength for free delivery I I' one thnf the count)

now open for the summer season under the management: of then and Insert In place of the bottom which HO favored r', ." : 1 PIIMMCSH .mid rondrt..

." !HORACE[ F. STEWART. Handsome and new situated ooUuion.i has been cut out letting It rent Fill on about the A change\ In the uifMiocN, or !rivc tU'nt'
left.
ihoulders which were line proponed" routct for rural free dellv
Bench the hotel In modern !In all Its appointments, with large >ne-hnlf full with tobacco dust. Put a rry Borvice him gaud Into operation bj. : .,,

utv. pleasant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' little kerosene oil at the lowest point of order of Potnia..ter Jeneral Payne.
tho pan to Ignite the dust It will not the so'-enw! routes will l b'tnPi'stlgnted .
Under new
1 'iHino and! Tier The gulf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. several
will smolder for M
lame, but I by Hf'itt-s Irrespective oloongretisloaal utv ,., 4 .
HORACE P.) STEWART, Owner and, Manager. ours and will effectually dispose of district lines as hereto. K ev w k 0 4 5 tt dlnX rr .
a. M'4aMi1
tbo aphis. Eight pans to a bouse 13 by fore. ***'
dust costs about
JENSCN.: .00 are sutuclent The Tint rural mat! cairleM of GeortrUi
100 pounds uud that quantity al&mvfi
10 cents per have formed a state nrgHnlzatton. Tlivrural '
25,000::; feet
20.000 to
will fumigate '.UnrrMCIt. iu tUo state numbers .,>ty vJ 't&Jft" '<$/''*| "'" f
JEV.SEN)< FLA. of two to three lines. h :
glass
FRESCO HOTEL 45.::;: carriers. r1'W
Center of Pineapple Belt.w. - ---- -. ii
.. Th. Caltliiic n.... TO Ct'KK' A OI.U IV ONK! I>AV I G 1 "
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.: tobe Take Laxative Urunio t ulnlne Tablets. 3f
of the plants
cuttings of many
Tbe
)n i pi.'ttlcst'. location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near used In the dower garden should be Ml\ drugglHfs 1'6run.ltloe money If It fill Ittocuio. r : I
1hr'"N' Letters andleletn E. W. OIOVU'M signature: U on i __
''I( Fine KUhlog 1 and Hunting.; Term reasonable.: 'ootecl during the months of February *
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each! box. :2 >ctH.
: reserving rooms will receive prOI1lI'.l6tt"Otioo. IImJ March Geraniums made during - -- -- f
JOHN S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor best' ujontbs should be covered with,100n4 low lu :lnU4 4p..nr|:" M..Ii.e. iealsledatSARNOthree: quntera era miir'm-i'tli' "IIIAI'AI.IIF'FLORIIIA ; J \

-. -- during the summer mouths If < "....,. I .mi thin Kan O.tlUe: River, less than half ,,l's (\ >in tic 'lti llnn River, and two

hey are given proper cure. Other Boll together u cupful of inolan's. HIM! n half milcH from! the Oonan., The' propi-r \ l I.. i wu hnii'lird nines south of

WKST PALM lU:.\CII. ).dents that add greatly to the beauty of one of brown sugar and n tal>let piHiii-- .lacks: 'n I1I.., on the I<" ...rl.h.1/, Coiwl: ? Relit.'iv, ) wili| the\, 111"101111Stillion' \ atljiilning -

----- he garden und which may be propa- ful each\ of butter and vlnognr. Whena the piopurty. Ilult'llngeriorcil Iti |1"111." ;(l iiml Bomr nflhem have never "

PARK ;rated by cuttings are the coleus ire drop lianlenn In cold water remove bN n nccnpleil, the original! owimr harlot ,11..111 few tmniilis .after their oouipletlon. k)
COTTAGE WE,- T PALM BEACH KLA. Ines and crntutirn. These plants root from the tin, Lieut In a sniull, teaspoonful The hole) was opened fur about. two. tiU'iii. l..",''|'l lur iiillii I > nw 11..1"'death, and l'

eudlly from cuttings. They can be of bilking soda bent hard us long has not bran use d since. AH tare Imlldltiun wet cuctfI In ho timat mibstnntlaliiniiirixr

'O"IV turted In a cutting box In tbe window. as you can make the spoon move then and are' now la excullont) cundlil'n. Ttif hotel sail! roitngr/ tire completely *
Open. Under, new management. rblcb should be as long and wide ns pour into a buttered pan.How fin 1'111.hod, and very Illlle nt tho f.unit. lire linn ever lit.m nn-il', 1111'1" are two 1

Overlook Lake Worth. enlred for tbe limited splice and about nrtelnn. wollH, twenty IK'PIIM connected, with niwerelc.The { 1
Tool Bright. the ..rlilinalown..r. 1P|HXH) and ,,11I"t\ until at a sacilfle. '
I r' aniieot Rates, $:J to $2.30 per day. our or live Inches deep. It should be to Keep property cost y
tilled with clean river sand.' When the "For keeping tool bright end freefrom The above cut fairly represents the property

Special Weekly Rates. uttlngs are Brut made they should be rust ", lIl'nJilt of use," Mays the For particular npi>lv to or n,',1..11. I ''

MRS IDA D. BRUNER, Propi ietrcs's.NKW { boded during the beat of tbe day and Medical Time, "brush them with apreparation ERA K.HA1CII.. It. I.. OAUf.I,I;N, WM. A. WARVOfk'
until tbe made by stirring enough Caretaker on. prfrnliws. Attorney. for Owner, Ageiit for Owner,
several times a day
.prlnkled Jamaica N. T
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Kail: inlllp \KloiIda.
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uttlnxi/:! become thoroughly establish- red or black mineral paint into crude ,
YOUICMarlborough : be to make tbe mixture of the -- -
ed. The sand should always keptoast petroleum -
but never wet. Cuttings are often consistency easy to spread. This can 1
) IF YOU WANT A.
noted In a deep plate filled with moist be applied with a brush wade of a ., .. 1
tanned I with tbe -- -- 4
tel and. There are various contrivances piece of sheepskin : :
Red for rooting cutting, but In each wool on or with any ordinary bruxh.

ace the routing medium 'Is clean molt It will prevent rust. and may bo rubbed .Building Lot

Broadway, atfth and 37th Streets XEW YORK. and.. Soil Is apt to become soggy.-W. oX readily, leaving the face of the tool .. ,

100 RIfD1i1, :200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con. U. Moore. perfectly brlght.'eK100 *_

iatt0il l )n American and European plans, and Is managed under the personalInpertisfon ) toward 100.
Fruit Hole' or a lot with a UUU.I>I-iO: J&E.In'Oe\ OCCfl'AXCV,
> of the owner. The readers' of this will lie
CROWELL Manager. continues to paper LAND FOR AN OICANOK GROVE,
E. S. The "merry war" rage pleased to learn that there Is at leant one

round Ben Uarla. dreaded disease that science has been PINKAPPLK: PL.'? T.\TIOS' OAHDES, d r
"Cover tbe ground." Is now tbe cryot able to euro la all Its stages, nod that Is
Hall's Catarrh Cure U the only We probably have for sate June what you are seeking.
)tel Broadway and diet Street, many of the orcbardlxts. catarrh.
Yendome.J Kane considers bortlcul- I positive cure known to the medical Settlers are flocking In but U1! there Is room. If yon ate
SEW YORK CITY. Professor Traternlty Catarrh bfllnj("conatltutlon-
tore more profitable than agricultures al disease requires aconstltatlon/ l treatment. looking this way drop line to I
n
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EPRIF' too: and en pule with private Laths and toile New England. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
rooms lingle 3rd VI p.l'rt.ldent.
alt EITROPEAN PLAN. Uood rooms $1.S0; large rooms 12 and with Tbe bert thing for A braise on a tree acting directly upon the blood. JAS. E. INGRAHAM <:
pri!
10 Iath 12.:0: per day and npwards. The management Is under the perDaIaUper.lsloD when, a big limb has bad to be sawed and mucnns surface of tbe system, I I.ORm.EAST COAST R'T
of the owner. FRANK ORUEY, Manager way U white lead paint. thereby destroying the foundation of
Tb best time to trim peaches I I. any the disease and giving tbe patient I HT. AUQUSTINE. FLA.
the constitution I
time you can get at It according to J.IL itrengtb/ by building up work. -
ind assisting nature la doing Its -
JOB PRINTING Hale, but be prefers February to The proprietor have so much faltb In 4
April. Its curative powers that they offer One Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all the

It Is stated that ono man and a boy [Hundred l Dollars for any case that It '
orchard W'1tbtbe Need for list of te.tlmonal. *
area falls
to
much cure.
Executed at the office of the caD dost cover spray at In one morning as six Address. .'. J. Cheney A Co.. fne News of the East Coast every week. t

do In one day with liquid. Sr men can
COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE. Pills are tbe best.



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