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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 16, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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NO. a. TITUSVILL.E FLORIDA. FRIDAY OCTOBER 1O. 10O3. PRICE tso.I .



NEWS Postmaster J. 1.. Wilson, of Rock -The Stars and Stripes on the Tltus- -Mr, K. B. Kaulerson, of Fort Pierce, THE EAST COAST CANAL. AMONG THE HOTELS.The ,t

OCAL ledge/ was a visitor in Titusville Wed villo High School building wave over 12'J' was a visitor In Titiisvllla this week. -

of General Interest. nosday. pupils dally. -Ir, E. R. Blake wood, a former resident A work which has already produced ADVOCATe Is now on file at. all

Topics -October nth will\ be opening day o:. -Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mlms Jr., of of Tltusvlllo, spending few days results and which, when completed, will the best hotels In New York city.

J. M. Sanders' new Millinery and Dressmaking Tltiiftville, spent lost Sunday lit Ean Oa here meeting his old frIends.Messrs. add greatly to the wealth and attractiveness Whore to atop along:: the East Coast.
THE ADVOCATE, Parlors at Cocoa, Fla. lie, the guests of friends.Mr. of the East Coast of Floilda has not
See list of hotels 7.
*- M. 5. Sams and T. S. San- i on page
which
In advance. received that attention of tha
1 1.30 per annum months, 8. -Miss Florence Stetson, of Fort Pierce, J. Mendel, of Tltusvllle, who tiers, of Courtenay, were visitors in 'Ii- Its impoitanco would BI'Onto press have demanded The ADVOOATK: Is on (lie every weekat
i 00' six was the guest of Miss Lollie itTitusville has Tuck tusvllle bat and .
countries.L Penney, spent the summer In New arrived Friday Saturday.Mr. the American Club, Havana.
2:00 per an. to foreign tbe first of the week. In town on Tuesday, having: came
Titusville Bre- We refer to the work of the (Florida
John Henry of
,
for the ADvoby ,
subscribe down Comanche.Mr. \ Tho Boston branch office of tho EASTCoAST
o TOU It does not cost you -Oranges are being shipped from Tltusvllle on the Clyde steamer vard County's Treasurer, wan a visitorat Coast Line Canal: A Transportation Co. ADVOCATH Is at 401( Atlantic

i the year week postage Included. In small quantities almost every J. Z. Dotwller, fish commissioner Melbourne Beach the first of the week.DON'T The company has been at work for avenue.

cents per printed upon day, Soon tbe shipments will\ commenceIn of Floilda, Mho spent several days In several years, and unfortunately operations -
edate0f0PuItI0fl FAIL TO SEE E. A, Waddoll
week. This earnest. Miami last week, was a passenger; oMonday's Improvedor have be on suspended sometimes Mr. Tomothy Murphy will be steward '
ntper, or wrapper every :Miami, If you want to buy insults of the Palm Beach the .
No need northbound train en route this for quite long peilods. The to HOYI\ll'olnch\na. ,
money. WAIT AND SEE MY LARGE lands. Prices suit
wipt for your for subscription AND home at :New Smyrna. unimproved to date ate, that )laigeaiens!:: of land \have coming season. He Is now at the Home- I,
i to tend receipt up-to-date Invoice of millinery and all parties. boon reclaimed and ought under cultivation stead, Hot Springs, Va. I"It.
iite(fives I It to you. trimmings October 15th. J. M. Sanders -Mrs. :K. B. Wager: who was caned Thcie will hr a race between the lands which were considered .
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is ont Cocoa, Fla. to :McIJao, Georgia: the first of the month, worthless made to their The Indian River hotel, Titusville, has
k: fish boats, Torpedo and Bryan, on the profitable owners '
at five the illness of her been doing a fairly good business slnco [I
the following news-stands, -Mrs. J. T. Dismukes and daughter, on account of severe 2 It re-opened September, Manager .
pt'r copy : Miss Bessie, were passengers, on the brother, returned to Titusville, Tuesday, vllle Fisherman's Club. :State and to the counties In which they
Bast U to have full house
8rllle. R. Wilson & Son.k800vllltDllval her brother being now convalescent.Mr. lie. expecting
? Clyde steamer Apache for New York
the winter.I .
-J. M. Sanders has scoured tho ser dining
hotel. last Richard la lwin who has Then too there Is now navigable
; Sundiy.Mrs. (! < _, spent open
of lust class diessmakei- milliner
Grlyot News stand. the Hummer at Muntauk 1'nint and I\hel.: l vices a water front tho bead of tho Halifax! liver I Hotel Marlborough: Hroudway, New
J. A. Lovelace sister of Mrs. to 'take charge of his mlllluery and
,
York under the of Mr. E.
tot Island N. Y., returned to Tltnsvill to Risaivne Bay. management/
Reading notice ads. are ten cents K. E. Rollins of Titusville, Is now at last Saturday, and Is at the home of his dressmaking business at Cocoa, Fla. The company ha* now' two diedges at S ('10\\(.11.I bus been doing u phenomenal

Frontennc, whore she \Is teaching the Mi. Eri.est of Lake work the cut between Halifax liver business for sometime I.aat-lio much so, .;
,eon this page. parents Mr. and Mis. e H.: N. ilxdwln. Long, City, arrived 00 ,
public school.KEMEMUER. I In ritusvllle Wednesday and has and the South Matnnzas and piopose to that the management could not always /

ttorncy K J. Webb of Tltusvllle, : E. A. WADDELL, :Ml- -Mr. II. C. Sparkman, who has b."oI accepted position as salesman In the finish\ tho work thoie Inside of eighteen accommodate all comers. This Is a very I
last \Vednes- ,
visitor In Melbourne still, Is tho man to go to. if you wanta connected with the Zolfi Advertiser, hll8 large brick store of J. R. Walker Co. mont Its. That will\ open up tho I Inside popular house and we recommend our

good: Grove, Pineapple Plantation or severed his connection with that paper, route to and beyond St. A tI IlI1 lit,'lie. friends-Noith and I South-to stay there.'
Messis. B. I.nHochcV.. A. La-
and In Tltusvtllo from last Thursday R.
added. to his wus It In I the Intention to connect North ,
M!, Sanders baa and Dressmaking gon- Vegetable Farm. until,Monday, when be left for l>eLand. Roche, D. J. I.al I Joe ho and B. J. Lalioolie! liver with the St. Johns; .and the out Mr. and Mis. Fred Starry spent a delightful =
Millinery
uiueiw" -Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of LaGrange of C'ouitenay were a family .party at the summur In 1 K:u rope where they
the millionaire there docs not exceed eight or nine miles.
Kla. -Mr. John T. Stanley,
eel Ibdlan River hotel Titusville made/ an automobile tour, through Kng- r
who have the Monday.
/ spent past seven manufacturer of New York City, When that Is done and tho cuts already
marshal of Fortwiu soup land and Scotland\ Mr. Starry report J
YDS, Canton, weeks with relatives In New York and
who owns a valuable pineapple planta -Rev. J. B. Hawk returned to his made cleaned our. there will ho ounn a
a visitor in Titusville last New Jersey, are expected to return to tion at Jensen was a imiseniwr on ,sat- home Melbourne: fioni St. Augustine;, tourist route which In length, varlet that Palm work hunch Is going and It on Is at hoped tbelJl'eakers.that the

,day and Sunday. Tltusvllle tomorrow.Mrs. urday's southbound, train en route to this week, with bin little Him Fritz, who and beauty of scenery Is not surpassed I new hostelry, will bo completed by the

WADDELL, MIAMI, real estate E. F. Alford and two children, Jensen. hail been In the Railroad Hospital for any .section of the country. first of January. The Royal I'olnolano,

ler, has some choice bits of real who have been on an extended visit to NOT WHAT WE SAY, BUT WHATwe some time. The completion of this work will mail which In also managed; by Mr. Sterry: ,

ite (for sale. Call upon him. Mrs. Alford's patents at Ocoee, were do. We cin convince you that our -Dr. Leon A. Peek, of Melbourne,, another era In the progress of the East will\ open on the 17th of December.
passengers on Wednesday's southbound Dr. C. I' Platts, of Fort Pierce! and Dr. Coast.-Seabreeze.
of last Monday\[ the to leave
he Times-Union storels place your money. Soabrecr.o has boon
Tho Colonnades at
train route to Mr. Alford at Holmes of Point In ----- ---- ,
en join No K. B. City were
bed a beautiful photo of the Miami New goods riving daily. cross
leased for a long term of years to E. II.
ntotMr, Wm. M.Brown, of Titus- Cu tier. words or sour looks In our establish Tltusvllle yesterday attending a medical A PRICELY DEBT LIST. Faunco and A. II. Kimball. Extensive

Master Sam Vanlandlngham, of Miami ment. We need your patronage. J. meeting. repair. me to be immediately mado and .
who has been short vacation K. Walker& Co, Titusville. -Capt. "IJ, b" Nelson, the popular
on a the house will "about Deo, 15th. :
edge D. L. Gaulden left Titusville\ Kdward L. Dwyer and I open
a promoter
of the Consolidated : -
traveling representative
lay, for DeLand, on a visit to his trip to Lake City, is a visitor In Tltusvllle -Tbe State Railroad Commission has Co. of Jacksonville was once husband Duchess de CaMttdlucola,,, Messrs. Faunoo A Kimball are proprlo- 1
Grocery ,
\ this week. Sam expects to returnto railroads show tOts if the Prescott Inn, at Swampscott
all to (
i." He expects to return to Titus- Issued a notice to In Tltusvllle the fIrst of the week. lie a former owner of the Duinmlt orange/ .i1'I'
(D-day Miami to-morrow. Ills many friends cause why the rate on fertilizers between of the Semblor grove, near the Itaulovcr oanal, Indian 1 Mass., and The Aborn, at Magnolia, ;
were quite glad: to see him In his old point. In Florida should not be placed at was a guest Cottage. River, has been dlsharged/ from bankruptcy .. Moss, and shall conduct the house on f

LL OPEN UP TIlE LARGESTk home town again. one cent per ton per mile. The commission Branning: & Morgan: Insurance for tho second time In four yenrs. the same high grade as their northern t thOIlIlOS. "

of millinery and trimmings: -Mrs. M. A. Sprague and her daugh will hear objections to the proposal Agents, have just received appointmentof His liabilities amounted to tn: ',1'1:14: ,, We wish them success. ,c

;bof Jacksonville on October 15th. ter, Miss M. E. Iterce, who have been In Tallahassee on November Kith.\ the Fidelity & Deposit! f'o., of Mary. while his assets wore limited to hU I Capt. H S. Williamson has purchased
.1. M. Sanders Cocoa Fla.
the last two weeks in London and, and anyone In PHI d of surety bonds clo'I"'Ihen' he went through bunk-.
spending -From an oversight we neglected; to ; the Fountain City Hotel property( at Dayton 4
re ,i 'I' Knox and baby, of San having been In Europe since the early give an account of the meeting of the of any duKoilptlon will do well to call on ruptcy i In I IS'lll! his liabilities wale :*;2">205. ,- a, horn Messrs. E, 1'. anil! F'. N. Con- .

', rived in Tltusville\ Tuesday, part of last June, during/ which time citizens Tltusvllle, held last week to them. :\ with no viII bin assets lid, nnd hall "h'eally started to work to
,le mopping/ tbe home of Mr. and they have visited France, Swlt/eiland nominate town olllcers. The ticket I HAVE /SElJltEI) T1IK SERVICES:! : Ills fortunes were he said, at so low made the necessary repalis. Capt. Wllllnmson -

W S Norwood, in North Titusville. Italy, Gormany, Belgium; and Holland nominated at that meeting will be upon of a first-class dressmaker and I milliner an obb In 1IHX) ) he enlisted the .United Is an old 1 friend of ))ayton". He

r. William M. Brown president of sailed\ on the Augusta Victoria for New the ofncl .1 ballot at, the town election to from one of the liiigust cities In the Stales nmilne corps.' will run the Fountain City n* a rooming

ort Dnlhs National Bank, Miami, York, last Thursday. be held Monday, Oct. :2Uth. UK*:!, and Is North, to lake charge of my mllllneiy Dwyer, who wim married At Kockledgo. house the coming winter, but before i .
and diessmaklng department J, M. has carried on his mining aud 1',111'011.1uperatlon.ln will several
iiitor in Jacksonville the first of TALK IS CHEAP.-We demonstrate as follows: For Mayor, O. A. Fiost; another season expend
"wk, returning to 'litusvllle on with prices. Outing Flannels, the kind Marshal and Collector, V. 1'. Worley; Sunders, Cocoa, Fh,. all parts of the world, and tlionsnud dollar In Improvement* and
Clerk and t Treasurer R. R. Pyles Tax his schedules) khow that the debts from conduct a strictly JlrRt.c "itS hotel.
; Tlieo. Ward charming
lay Miss
you pay i IS: cts for, our price 12! cts., a young which he Is now relived were contracted
all colorsand white. Eldeidown else- Assessor John Henry; Aldermen, John adv from Brunswick, Ga., arrived. In
r, R I I., Motlow left hero Saturday F. A. and l R. L. In Vienna, acalecas, Mexico, Boston,
( 35: cts. Dress H. Walker Morgan Titusville Tuesday. She was en umte
50 L.cane.
where cts., our price For Kent or
ilberry, Tenn. where his wife Is New Orleans, Chicago nod Portland,
shirts the *1 2": kind elsewhere, Is our Motlow.\ to Chester !bhoais to visit her sister, AI rs.
>III Mr Motlow' does not know Ore. One of the largest creditors Is the
be nil! return, but he will proba. regular' $1.00 value. Don't take anybody's -Miss Daisy Brady, the popular and l O. A. Quarterman, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. O. estate of Granvllle H. Ingraham of Chicago The Thomas cottage, a small boardinghouse ** l ,

I gone a month. word, Investigate for yourself. charming daughter of Mr. E. L. Brady, A. Quartet man, Sr., mot her lit this fJIIOO.WADE: () centrally located In the town of
The place; J. R. Walker & Co's. of this place, who has spent the summer place and accompanied her on. Cocoa. A fine opportunity for the right

lea Lucille Rice, who has been asK friends In Orleans Ind. and Ober. to Miw. M. A. THOMAS
-Mr. and Mrs. Theodore B. Allen, of with -Mr. O. K. Wood and laughter Miss patty. Apply ,
'at Kline's store for the past month Brooklyn, N. Y. who own winter places lln, Ohio, la expected to return to THus- Addle, of Smart, who have spent the H.JONES' CANDIDACY.The tf Cocoa, Fla.
n, 'left Tltusvllle last Saturday for vllle this afternoon. On her return Miss -
at Oak Hill and Hobe Sound, accompanied summer at West Chazy and Wood Falls,
wnvllle In where she will resume herOD by their son. servants and bird dogs; Dal-y stopped over in Jacksonville fora N Y., arrived In Tltusvllle last Friday, announcement I I. made by lire Sulphur Springs for Sale. ,

Cohen's store will\ leave New York on the Clyde steam few days, where, last evening, she was leaving that afternoon for Oooou. Mr. vard Democrats that Wade H. Jones wilt

.ook At your name and date slip, ship, Arapahoe, on Friday next, the 23d a bridesmaid at the marriage of her Wood> has greatly Improved In health be a candidate to succeed. Senator Dl niluk The famous Aw-;;;Sulphur;; Spring: lo- 'J-i: ;

you owe us for your subscription tnst. The above Jovial party have been friend Miss Lucille Drew, to Mr. Charles luring his ontlng. We acknowledge a who has for several years representa4this ousted at Avon, Livingston county N. Y.

end it along: There Is no use spending the summer on Moss Island, In Edward Halgbtman. Manager W. H.Brannlnff pleasant call. district, compound of Dade and Bre- About one hundred acres of land Inolud.
In of the Opera House has arranged i yard t counties. Mr. Dlmlck's term will about of beautiful park |
lend out bills, as the name and the center of Meddybemps Lake, Maine. -Mr. Russell T. Ooff general lupel'lotendent Ing twenty acres |
,
lip on every paper or wrapper shows Mr. Allen-who is very fond of hunting to /give Miss Daisy a social hopIn Mr. J. O'ltrlen /assistant road- exi.lrn! before tie> next election and Mr. live springs of sulphur water and a llrst-

w to which you are paid. and fishing-owns Moss Island, which, Is the Opera House, this evening, In. master ;and I Chief Electrician, Ira Hlalock J(,u 'sls the first la the !field. It Is not chase half mile race track. Thesa springs/ )
honor of her home coming and has invited ,
Ex-President likely that there will\ be any candidate produce the !finest sulphur water known.
spot.
'pt J. O. Walton, of Tltusvllle a very Cleveland charming Mr. Joseph Jefferson her legion of friends to be present. of the Florida East Const Railroad passed from this county as it Is be 11 veil to bo for further particular address, :
"ton Grover Tltusvllle the first of the
has been on a trip to Wash through right that there should. be rotation and C. H. CHAPPOTIT
Jefferson also several of Interest ,
and Mrs Chas. B. -After visiting places
i, U, r and Mr. week on a tour of Inspection. Tbey .
to
take out two more pat- this Is Ilrevard's time. Mr. Jones Is a tf M; Exchange St. Rochester N. Y.
lake this and Massachusetts ,
Meddybemps In New Hampshire -
. "0> his self-locking tackle block had camps on made the trip from Miami to Ht. Auguslue -
'j Mr. Chas. H. Walton has left Boston son of Judge Minor Jones, and there are ;
18' summer. In their motor oar
meeting with much success In for New York making Hotel Marl- many people In Dade who know him
,
irth
-The question of economy on the Ice boroush, road way, his headquarters -Dr. 8. W. Carroll, who some time personally, and will be glad to supporthim BARBECUE AT FORT PIERCE.

r. James Williamson, of Mlcco bill Is one that appeals forcibly to every until he sails for Jacksonville on the ago bought the grocery business, Howard because of his own ability and
'4$ housekeeper, as well as to butchers & Morrison I was a pleasant visitor worth and also bocausn. of their esteem
spent the summer in his old Clyde steamer Apache, Oft. 20th. Mr. There will\ be a free barbecue and pub-
and
at Middletown, Conn., was a pas- grocers: cafes druggists;/ restaurants, Walton reports a very enjoyable time In at this otllce last Thur day. Dr. Carroll for his distinguished father.. Ha was a lie speaking at Fort Pierce Tuesday,
rOD Saturday' southbound train In fact to every merchant who consumes Boston during the visit of the Honorable .pant the greteterpaitot last week In the member of the lownr House this up,lug I October :20, under the auspices of the '

''Ie w I bll home. lIe reports a very Ice his In business. Numerous tests and Artillery Company, of London. The city city looking after his grocery business and made a safe and conservative member emocmtB. A large: number of candlj:
at'"mmerln Connecticut butts careful experimenting: have resulted in was beautifully decorated and banquet and having the store building and house and there I III every reason to believe dates snd orator liava been Invited tobe 1

II get back to Indian River.: the discovery of the Savin Ice Pad, and amusements were In :rder dally.\ repainted, etc. He will move his family that the Interests of this county el.IIIII08! present and addre the people, and !

which, when placed in your Ice box or The street parades of the Honorable here about the first of next month to placed In no safer hands.) -Miami many have accepted. A goml time I* .*. {

}!" Judge A. D. Penney returnIltuevills the ice chamber of your tefrlgerator. and Ancient, with tile superb decorations -make their future home In our city, Metropolis. lIurod, and. reduced! transportation rate %
last Monday, after spend- will\ reduce the consumption of your Ice which will be quite an acquisition to the r
banquets, etc.-are said to have -- --- expected. A cordial Invitation In. extended
'/a week In Miami attending 3.1:/ cent. The Pad Is an ingenious of Daytona. '!'he Doctor l I. ha,. "
15 to per been the finest events ever seen In Boston society SENATOR QUAY IS 70. to tbe people of the entire East; Coast
r, Court for Dade County. Mr. little device, the simplicity of which and Major Harry Hartley and Capt. bug his store put In first class. conditionfor K B. ItAirr.BKMoir' 4- 'I)

\ defended one of the negro Is one of its greatest recommendations. Frank P. Stone, of the Boston Ancients the winter, and oontempUt, we un- rh'm'n. Brevard Co. Dem. Com. "
ers, WRA! Bucce88ful In securing a All you do Is to place it on the bottomof had much to do with making the affair arstand, the erection of a large two- A lettar from Beaver Pa., says> ) that %v.. J. TUCK it n. 'J 1

pendation for mercy for his client. your Ice chamber with tbe Ice resting: tha grand success It wai.Uarduer'd tory brick building, with two store !Senator: M.H. Quay recently wound up Iemouratiotate Commlttaaman. .
,removal of upon It and It will do the rest. Mr. P oonm on the ground floor, In the spring. the celebration of hi. seventieth birth *

,10, Is town Mr. John A. Sterret, O Walton, Tltusvllle, I Is the agent. See 'This building will occupy all of the loton day with a family dinner party. lie .

rokee nation Bite commissioner for advt. on our 8th page. Flyer which his present store building I. arose In the morning two hours earlier BOARD OF TRADE MEETING. \ ,
: In Indian Territory, .Ituated.-Daytona Halifax Journal than usual, and walked eight miles I before -

ttiPPOIDtme"t, of Senator D.wlght Children's Moist Paints, tin boxes. breskfsst. Ha also wa a court witness. A special meeting of the 'I'lt u8\'lIIe *
Haven; Conn. as his Said Hard Times board. "Flinch" DRESSMAKING IN THE LATEST Senator Quay told his family that at
Is saId Who Parches games.: Board of Trade will\ be bald\ l at the Indian if
,bOag to have caused quite a China Cuspidors, also tin. styles by a first class) dressmaker. Prices the/sloslngof his term* United States River Hotel, Monday evening, Oct. 19th, i

:s many politicians. The re- to date In New line fringed and dado shades.lolen's most reasonable at J. M. Sanders, Senator be will retire to private life and 1 at 8 o'clock, to consider and act T-
with Up upon
It .7'" u the result of charge No sign of It us. Cocoa, Kla. much of his *
time his
t ki.I We will meet any Hats, new stylish shapes.Furniture spend at place at certain measures to be brought before V
ministration lines.
qUeQt of thIs while In office. all our many J. K. Walker & Co. Shoes, Dry Goods. for Sale. -, St. Lucie, on Indian River. the Board that will be of Importance to "

appointment, SeattIe..who competition. C. A. OA.RDl'IlK' : Titusville, Fl.. the business Interest of the town and

) the Eit, Coallt-"Ul owns a deal Dot of property visit Tiethi $25.OO Itewaril. Pineapple plants for sale. Apply to, For Sale. county. to All ba members In attendance.J. are. urgently requested I
"
winter Au Ordinance. tf J. W. B Kir KICK< Georgians, Fla I
Extra floe saddle mare for saleb hand O. hAlT, Secretary.
which
hound, responds -
llow Lost, a blue speckled $23; reward Be It ordained by the Town Council of some animal( perfectly gaited; high
Cheap, jQut HOW Good to name of his Henry.return to D. W. he Town of Tltusvlllo that U shall be Cottage for Rent. Jumper; Hamblatonlan stock; will sail Healed Hid Wanted.
for
will\ be given: unlawful for the owners or custodian of at *J4S, worth $WX). Also fine young -
rConstefl.. Monroe, TItusVllla.FlscberCOtta. A 12 room furnished cottage on Barton bull (able to serve) from registered Al-
alm-I No time to dla- mules or horses, to permit them to runt SeaTed bid will be received by John K.
'If >". We are too busy large In the nlghtlme or daring tbe Ava., Rockledge, for rent for the winter. dernay and Guernsey stock price, $Vl. Walker, chairman of the Board of County .
'ho55, For Kent. Apply to, JAMCB: I.. WIlSON< Both can be seen at Florida Ostrich/ .
hirt5
dry goods doling day tlma on Sundays, within the corporate Commissioner of Brevard County .
Koekl
rs..: I Get 00 tbe band limits of the Town of Tltusvllle and Or, dga, Fta. Farm, Jacksonville. Wm. M. Ford, until noon of Nov. 2nd, HXK, for she fol.
waton-(: WHBKLEB New Coon.
A. : Haven
R.v aiker t Co., Tltusvill. 7 room house In Titusville;plenty pure whoever shall violate this ordinance Owner. lowing road work. The Board reserve

drinking water. Apply to, hall be fined In a sum not to exceed tan the right to reject any and all bids: .
YOflflgJf C. k. FTM/ TTKff20oov3 ollars or be Imprisoned In tbe city jail New Clean Stock. float Wanted-Horse for Sale. Tba public road from Indian River/ to .

Tltasvilla, Florida. not to exceed ten da,.. Tb. finding of Lagoon: River to be worked oat a. a

ten- mules or horses running at large before We are not scold as Mathnselab, norM Large family and work horse, will take second chase road. often *. needed ISO

f tI'8bl' p.d cents each ten days : for Sale.I III: o'clock a. m. shall be prima ucla evidence rich .. Ws>namakar, bat we do claim M part payment good round bottom feet grading to ba done at a savannah,
B ? four weekMerrltt. after or- Wagons that they were permitted to rant that what we say ls true. We bay from boat 18 to 20 feet long, 6 to 7 feet wjda At a low place In the road a toot bridge

do bra !Dade to order Egg -hand' large tock of large by such owner or custodian. first hands discount our bills, and wedo suitable for angina; or will\ buy boat or three feet wide and 100 feet long to be

81111I: your egg yield at once f fIPe now have on neb tire a one-horse wagon Approved this the twenty-fourth dayof keep price down. Help a* keep exchange high grade buggy or double constructed. There I la also about r of a

Reei for'One POUnd, 40 cta. post Much tire and 3-1 delivered .* once. September, 1003 O. A. FBOST, them down: We can plemaa yoti. Dry seated trap. Apply to mile scrub grabbing the road.

\, 11 1A2a' lOre heai 2.S cents. that can be E. MlJiS, JR.. Attest: Mayor. Good. Shoe Furniture, ..te.J. W. R. HABOKB: JOHN R. W A curs.. -
s POULTRY PAne. R. Titusville, FU. R. E. Mim, Clerk. R. \\\'alker.& Co., Titus.UI.. Jensen FI*. Chairman Board County CommUnlouers

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 16, 1903.

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adherence" to the plan, fearing tltat TWO STOCK EXCHANGES 1 Georgia Southern

some other would gain an advantui .
Ilettveeu the \ew "orll:
DIaerenres
Two prominent steamship manage '
,cr tRlRJSfa however, quickly appreciated the 011. anil Merlin' Institution. & Florida
of the New YoiStork Rail
ame, vantages of Lieutenant Maury'a: Illan If any member
,. Exchange who In entirely unu-
of their competitolgave
and Independently "Suwaneelth..r/ IliIr, '
with Gennuu pt'cull1t1oallhould .
Instruction to their captains I to quaiutt'd

follow the lines laid down by bin visit the Herllu bourne ho woul.1 Operates the "Dlxle. '
.1 Clement A. Gr .. find at every point the moot strlkl'f.; .Flys, ,
Those two men
Schedule lu EnV, ..
.
hIs home t i '
from erpericncHe
]
American dlvt'rg..ncl"s '0.]
'huMEbf com, then the bead of tho
would be mrp'rlgcd to see the ) ,
director ot A ettlty IHXI. I II
II. Ismay.
Thomas 'r. \jUh
lint, and Palatka ..,. .
line. As these two linea hoarse attended by Quito :,act) pprnon" I Jackitonvllla. ,
the White Star ; r'h:: !
1 0 1 r clerk of banks -, Tr ArValdosta, ,. i,
i owned the fastest and most per. including newspapeInca I I:' ;
then
Ar TlftonAr : .. .. L' llI
feet ships on the Atlantic the Influent nnd even visitors like hlninolAlKo Cordele. .. ,.. .. 'I 1 1Iv 1n "" I s
was powerful. he would be Interested in tbe Immense I Ar Macon,. .. .. ]," ",": 1
of their example very : :
C. ol tia: t
size of the hall-SCO feet tong, divided
the adoption!)
There IK no doubt that '
,
colonnades Into three section. Artt.r8tL: : w" 7
of these lanes has been of the utmo) by :
one of which la assigned to the Product Ar ChattanoogaAr : ". 1 ,. '"
the safety cocean
Importance In increasing S Nanhvilln.... : 1
On side of the bull several lSt.
distinct nd- Exchange. one 111. Cent. Jilt.
travel and possesses!!
Ar Louis.... ....
Into court, "
tbe doors open a granny 1
eliminating
aside from .
vantages Chloapo
I I ,..
bn.
of head collisions between ) shaded by trees and surrounded' by a 1.i L. & N. R. K.ArLouiHvllle "
aa on
\, possibility pillared\ lobby, where brokers sit In dull .. i i2A ... .. I" "
the liners. Extra precaution 4 Cincinnati... '. ,,,. U
taken to keep the great hIghway, steamer days and float their lutet C. & K. I. R. R. i I
a are .. .
,
ArChlcago.
Block of anecilotes.That ) 1- '
clear of derelicts and other floatii I ,,. Solid iralnft from .lack \ 'II''ii ,,'
.. .. dangers or to give warning; of their) ; shaded court in suggestive or Trains from ralatkaconnau. .?i t'Itwa,I to' '1
-- -- -- -I deeper differences between the New train colnn north from ,|laak. It? ,pie,
presence. litcarSle.personDixieFlier, ,
,
vessel 1 York Stock: Exchange and the Berlin In ra"''orM;
Since the masters of sailing w r.t romalnlnic lnot 'until kl i "
PATHS OF! THE OCEAN] know tbe steamer routes tbey consul Institution. In New York the number vllle Pullman to St. rx.uis Buffet via Sleet.lnL\above i ..r,- r".u. Js;
amI of members Is flxexl and is small In proportion t r"'II wltbout,
of
their own safety by avoiding them oanonUUIe: Flyer train, 11." I 19UIr..rl"
lookout whenev to the immense volume of bun. eat sleepers on same train i", "rllsg .
ORIGIN OF. THE LANES TRAVERSF by keeping a sharp Change r.
It Is necessary to cross them in etth ne"l1 done. In Berlin there is a g\'at For schedules and other imormnti,,,
BY ATLANTIC LINERS. direction.-New York Mat and Es-: horde of small dealers, and the amount i'ase.It, R.IU"Tlay kDI :
strict Agt !l<1 W
of trading la much less than la New
1 press G OrC. lack silk
The Northern unit !Southern' Hoat. York. Owing to the easy terms of at. R. R1fonas
.... Fu.. Ant, !Maonn. '
In.II. .. ia
to and From I"rop.: RII FRUITS AND FLOWERS. mission, the bourse becomes a mere '#

tty L.trutennat .
the OuiiKvr ot CnlllitloiMi.In Roiling ground Is the best for an ocbard. transaction There la no sale of seats.
d
In fact membership fee exists, but r bt
1'l'l'ol'tK' of tjic nrrlvnl of an oc..aoIIlIcr no
tint Ht.'iti'iiH'i.t. IIOr\l.-thnell appeal.. Blighted leaves and branches on truE : only a small yearly tax in collected, -'' 91' -i WOEMSMo.t f

'" trees should be cut off and burned. which varies from time to time ns the>
route
that she ciuuu "01)' HIM noutlitTii
does not bear well every expenses of the organization require.
Orllt That a tree la Quantity. Benin
f to uvolil Ii-o or that she made her III 1 not Indication of disease. Contrary to New York practice, mcm- Q
year nn .Miss] Nettie Blackmore Minneapolis WIIITE'gCream: :
the norther ,
trip of th" HeitMttii "by Most effective pruning Is done In tb bership la largely held by companies ,
'y lane." To the ordinary render the WeoC and firms. Nearly all the banks of the be
of the orchard's growth. -
early stage how woman
tells permanently
VermifujFOR
f luneft' or pathways on what we have Olio advantage In pruning during the city, for example, are members' and any young may

been taught to think of us "the truck. summer is that the wounds heal vcrl the more important ones keep tbe above floor i a cured of monthly pains by taking 80 YF..tBS 0
I score of their employees on
purudoxlca
somewhat ,
less wu" m-ciiis quickly. I, Thus the Individual New York broker, Has Led all WORM Remedi i
but If you consult the charts. la the 01 Dead branches are often the mean for than Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
as a rule, counts vastly more l EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
D.cu'at u .HtuauisUlp manager or Instead Into of conveying decay to an othcrwis a member of the bourse. New York III "YOUNG WOMEN:- I had frequent headaches of a severe nature \ SOLD BY ALL DRUCCII

United Stft ten hydrogrnphle office healthy trunk. concentrated, la Intense. Berlin dlsperses and at menstrual periods I suffereduntold u elcrual n.
of the ordinary limp you will find tha In pruning roses cutting back closel lark spots before my eyes, my t. BALLARD,
its energy anti la comparatively A member of the lodge advised!' me to try Lydia E. ST, pA
there arc four well defined' highway produces an. a rule, fewer blossoms but dull. It knows nothing of those great IMnkhnmN a nnv.Vegetable Compound, but I only scorned good advice and
;
cIenrty'
across. the north Atlantic ns of a finer quality. days of triumph or disaster, that render felt that my case was hopeless, but she kept at me until I bought a

marked to the navigator' pereeptlo Never' prune a tree unless there Is the annuls of Wall street picturesque. bottle and started taking it. I soon had the best reason in the world to KIDNEY DISEAS

a* In a time worn turnpike on land to good reason why a limb\ or branch And it lucks our large during operators change my opinion of the medicine each day my health improved, and

the eye of the pedestrian. should \be taken off. who startle the country with their bold finally I was entirely without pain at mymenstruationperiods. I am most

' It in over these great oconn thoroughfares their- A moderately heavy soil that has bee: s'hI'UtCII.-\VlIlIow O. Dreher In Ou grateful."- NETTIE BLACKMOR'B' 28 Central Ave., Minneapolis; JUinn are the most fatal of all
with
that the Atlantic: fliers underdralnvd and subaollud and thecarefully tury.

1 ten of thoiimi nils of piiMHenifprs and worked Is capable of producIng Painful Periods eases.Em .
their hundred. of thousands of tons or DO YOU WANT 600 UHTLINO REAL
of fruit
ou their voyages lol.'tweentulcrlcu the heaviest crops estate agents endeavoring todinpoKe of are quickly and permanently overcome by Lydia E. Pinkham'! CV'O KIDNEY CURE
freight
,
puss any property you may have for sale or Vegetable Compound. The<< above letter i<'i only one of hundreds of
laud Europe. They are closely); Deception at Wild Illrda. exchange ? If so, send full particular thousand which prove thin statement to b, u fact. Menstruation lULCI o tau: : fitOr

adhered to by all fast steam vessel. Falcons, hawks-tbe largest species- of what 3 ou have, to L. R. Benjamin,, Is a severe strain on. womau'., vitality, -If it painful something
and Just on carefully avoided by sailing can comprt'HII'their feathers and look Ilanoverton, O. IH wrong. Don't take narcotics* to deaden the pain,but remove refunded. Cent;

ships and by the fishermen who ply; very slim if they think It necessity tJo the cau e-perhaps it Is caused irregularity or womb displacements money

l their trade off the Grand banks. Th so. AH to the owls they can hump] or the development of a tumor. Whatever it is, Lydia remedies recognized by J
moll craft on the liner'' Didn't Dare. 12. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound; Is guaranteed to cure it. the best
situation of a up Into any position they tblnk most nent physicians as ,
to that ota "Why don't you try to demonstrate If there is anything about your case about which you would like special ,
route would bo comparable suitable It Is useless to look for these
runabout along i a". of to your constituents that you are capable idvice, write freely to Mrs. Pinkham. No man will see your letter. She can Kidney and Bladder t troulj
tb
man (]driving light liCit preserving traits lu any in
treat-
unselfish action?" purely help for no la America has such a wide experience
for the fast Urn. of an you person PRICK SOe. and 100. I
cleared collections
truck lu zoological thousands of
railway family kept hundreds of
has had. She has
dear sir,"' answered Senator Sorghum nff female ills as she : helped
fill, for these main traveled linen bavi for the bird are BO accustomed to Bee "My who have women back to health. Her address Is Lynn Mass., and her advice is free. H. it. \\viLSoy SUN,
"lf these people
been net aside by custom and tt"ree- large numbers of people passing and You are very foolish if you do not accept her kind invitation.

meat for the Atlantic's lightning/ ex repulsing or standing In front of then) lolng known something me for years In which were I to bad find no apparent me. Details of Another Case. Foley's Kidney C

Nobody la delayed at aiding* Hint they treat tho whole matter wit!
pruaftes. makes and bladder
Interest they'd get suspicious "DEAR :MRS. PINKHAM :-Ignorance and kidneys
[
however
or confined to special trucks ,, perfect indifference. They know that
decide that I engaged In aIcrp chose of most of the sufferings
anti wins : carelessness! is the -
left to tin will be
Is food
their
for tho rest of the occur at a certain time
M'flllllt'
ANTEly!: SEVfcUAl IS III
and diabolical plot.VubIDgtoaBtar. of I believe that if we properly -
women.
ordinary mariner brought them and that they are otherwise ", none In ea<'h "Stttt' ti' 'r U!
understood the laws of health we would all l>e tuMlxhuil eleven war> n Hill ,
It la only u few years since the tracks perfectly slltPTlic:>n the raptore
well but if the sick women only knew the )up*5*il., to can:' upon inpr" limit1tit' armrcusrul "
liners shall run have bloom thl'lr.. 'i. I'vnnancl"
upon which the great In a wild state a on ami prulltuhle| l i in
have been BO clearly douiivd. liver: since luaiHge t like the bloom on a bunch oicriipcn. I Ala, Too I.nte. I .n truth about Lydia IMnkliniu'a Vegetable g"lle.mme.; Weekly cash. i lnmvellnuexpeiiiieK \ 't1'.Ioa,
I Kitty-Wlint did you do when he they would be sated much: suffering : alit li "I 1 "
the commerce of tbo north Atlantic assumed which Is not often seen when Ircaptlvity.lornhlll Compound ash) each. week. Kxperlen, .'wiillnj,
threatened to kiss you? rrb and would be cured! en|
oalllnimusters Magazine.Dhtueneha soon Ion r.*lerfirean. M ri"
Important followed proportions In a grueral Blanche didn't do anything. Why ,- "I used it for the months for a )local difficulty TilE NATIONAL& I"arh.r" SI ''hle>

have should I? I Just waited until he hadtommltte.l '" which had troubled. n'e' for years,
north ....
circle that curves II(
way the great an overt act. which I hill! hundreds Notice.
and for six-nt
II :
ICnglam! [ bo
ward front tho went coast of "Until 1 met you Matilda murmured
I"ltty-\1l11 then? the vain endeavor to
of dollars in reemJ"
about 4idPBteos ) with emotion, '
until It reaches In volt.1I11t4ky
and Ireland a Blanche-Why. then It wall too lute" to .<1 tify. ily life forces were being sapped CONCEKNfcl) I I' M UlK! ,
north latitude In uildoconn, "I believed that all women were tIe- VI.L Ix nttndllaattrtdut. I Iex .v Slrl
I then bears southwestward past the eltful, but wheu I look Into your clear, punish hlm.-noAton Transcript. ,,.;..;" ;' .:& /lli" and I wow:, dailV, losing my vitality. olllclo AituilnlKtni') ar I
,1\ r"
"" litte t t'lorltla
Vegetable
cllit[ IMnKliani'H C.! Doom, ilvueaeeil
and Race.Early I behold there the Ij ...
coast of Newfoundland Cape beautiful eyes very ; luv Himl 1 nilnlatrator s
lire !Struck Too. and preitunt '
completely '
proved that this walt mill of eflI for and loyalty." Compound cured me to the N'-i' n.'ountv \ I
experience tin she exclaimed with enthu O'Toole-Muldoon: sthruck his wolfe I am now enjoying: the best of health, and am most grateful, and only (" ,III elite of"HI| <',. "i,it "a rajl
null of cournu, "George.
iiliuli.irin"nAM
"o
!
shortest
the route between Europe( and 81n811"thl... is the happiest moment 1 I rHthlily. tl'O i pleased to endorse such a great reme y.-" Miss JB.NNIE I... EDWARDS, luau discharge rout putt P ua"a'y i :.;\ :
qulckowt McKlck-Is he in jail 04 II 1 :St., N. W. Washington I). C. AM SlmrilT.' 11, ,ffiinfniHiiiti <"-<
,
such ports 1111 Boston, New York and have known 1111\IIIIUpl1 took me to thLondon < "i'l, .
O'Toole-Now; he's In th' hoBplttlel3altlniore Mrs. IMiikhaiii whose address... T. 51 will sheer '
I'hlliuIelDhla. oeulUtl": ynn. nss answer ItiMvllle, Fin July list ::0''
While steam navigators! kept fairly "London oculist\ American.How 'fully and without cost all letters addressed to her by sick women.

near this course It was natural .l "Yes, dear; you never would have to sinks M Drll -- --

enough that they ihould vary from II mown that my left eye Is n class one." An extremely useful: belt Is made of JC

somewhat according to tho theories ol Thou the moon went under a cloud black satin ribbon, about three Inches rn--i

Individual enptnln, With the ninltlpU mil George, nut down null burled! hit wide and tied In a little bow to the THE PERSONNEL Or THE NAVYBy 08If

cation of BttMiiushlim! nod the rnplil In- fuse In the sofa cu..bloll.-I.ondol1. AnA right sld!. Tin ends of the ribbon are )

creano In epeed tho very fact that all ItWl'rM. turned up two or threev Inches. and aIDr
the larger and swifter vessels. kept to stitched at the nicies to form little Rear Admiral CHARLES D. SIGSBEE. Commandant of the League

one paillcul.tr part of the ocean greatly WOMAN'S RISK pockets. one end being the length of Island Navy Yard :
InluIK'II the ilminer of collision b.vtwpcn than the other. The ox
the longer
pocket
them. When forty or fifty swift AI ninn'A.a trapeze She performer must have N a. greater man's courage than a pockets ore. used for the handkerchief, liE great difficulty in our navy is the personnel of the men. : tf 4 rU

stu'nmers. were crooning the Atlantic al and a man's muscle to succeed. nut car fare uncl small\ nrtlclps.Ho T IF WE CAX FIND A WAY TO GET OUUAilKUICAN a i: c:

the same time In one direction or the the must also work under conditions of 0 as '
other, all keeping\ the name general which a man knows nothing. Many _"'" : YOUNG HEX INTO OUR NAVY Z 2. (

course irrespective of the direction In an accident to women acrobats must Learned a Jront Truth. fI and then keep them there, as tho English and Germans w S"At

which they were traveling/ It was oV* be attributedto It Is sitld" of ..J"hnVelle)' that he once ao
vloim that the possibility of two ol the sudden L/ laud to Mistress Wesley : h" by do you do with their menVE WILL "AVE ACCOM- 8 1

weakness to fcll that child the same thing over anti : LISIIEJ) much
them coming together In thick weather as as in tho building of many war ships The Eng
which allwomen over again?" "JohnYotdey, because -
was too great to bll contemplated pleasantly are nee, tolling In not enough.", It U for h3h go In for long enlUtmeute! and their sailors are developed to a high No

subject at certain lilt. same reason that you are told again: i i
So Lieutenant Mnury of the United times. nd attain that Chamberlain's Cough sta.t.e of efficiency.; They are improved both socially and financially bytbelr FJ Z4

States navy made tho stiKxrstlon, thai Dr. Pierre's enieily; cures colds and grip; that It service and at the end of their enlistment they into the naval :.a } oJ
.
all flat steamships should traverse certain favorite Proscription itiiDteracts any tendency of these ell<.- go
flxod routes which be Indicated heals ADOS to iciHult In pneumonia, and that It serve. The trouble with us is that TIlE AMERICAN: BORN ( C'e rLO

path following the great circle pretty the diseases womanly which) Is i pleiwant and safe to take. Sold by allrugglsta ITIZEX; CAN DO BETTER BOTH SOCIALLY AND FINANSS -
and medicine dealers.
I' closely for It wa* natural that the cause weak- ; .. ON SIlOHE. 1i [;
steamship companies would not agree leM. It entmbishes JSEsSrsSTSr0manC navy too MANY :

to the adoption of any route that Involved : regular. i Too Much briui E WITH TIlE : VIE'\. When f

o a ions of time In making the Ity, dries It Is the custom of many farmers to do find G) si =
the1ISSATISFIEU
not
they'
ocean passage. weakening !Ch'e;l their geese nothing but grass be- they are disappointed and BECOME 11'1 ; A ta. CS

The most important provision IUIt.1."tf'Cl drains, healsinflammAtion/ ore they arc put on the stubble fields --i iUG

by 1.lcutenl1nt11111r1: wns that md ulceration. keys n. Wblto In Poultry. In conge- .s

vessels. going In opposite directionsshould mil cures female weakness. It mak s- {)ueiico of this when first put out they e ..

observe tbe ruler of tho road bypassing weak women strong and sick women arl''t'ry thin, but it Is a great mistake Official Supply House of Tbe Illinois FIht>tmen's AaaocialloD. '=' .. e
DIM another on the port side. well tier the stubble has been cleared to ____ > .
he proposed that "with plf. ..ur. t writ today In pmlw of DrIrrc diet tor will t- that they
To carry out this plan return them to The
sal his medidnesN Myi Mrs. Mary Coa- Chicago Net and Twine Co. -. s.
west bound vessel should keep about "war. of Appleton, Lawreu.e. CO'h TrnnV 10.... almost n* much III weight as they :

one degree to the northward of those roubleit: 'hurt with me .o(emote i covUi disease not lie In* bock bed of and myimtl 1 me prevlouBly' KutntHl. After the corn Manufacturers of- .' g }JI)

east bound. Thus the greatest danger .rtMittl have lo IOU up and. th.n 1 would haw ai been cleared from the stubble

from the following of Indiscriminate tuck pain up. *My from lecl my and waits hands down would I cnulil(eel scarcelyalx almost i-Mn the prw..i> should be given a feed y Q ho !

route* thut of collision between fast tike ke. kiuc* taking l>r. llcm'a FavoriterncHptloa ot r corn once day to keep them In gooc.indltlon. :

hip*-would be avoided. While It i* hardly. drag. I around can sleep before well I all look sight your medtln Could- ____ ______ q b !
desirable lu point of time for ships tosteer ., .., and now can do. my housework and help. o
UhushandI.(5.5eld." Word*asuotsapressthe Just IVhat You Xee l.
their course for to the north the thank I ewes to Or. Ptotv* 6w ...
presence of Ice and fog In the high latitude \Veak and sick women are invited to r
make It Impracticable for themto oosult Dr. Pierce, by letter fret. All twmbcrUln'a. Stomach and liver Tablet ,, s"g

.do ao during fully halt the lear Accordingly :orrespoadence is held as strictly privateand When you; feel dull a'tereatID When ...,
Lieutenant Maury provided sacredly confidential. Address Dr. you have no appetite. When you have abad w i s
1. V, Pierce Buffalo N. Y. taste In the mouth. When your liver =
for two great highways, one for sum-. Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical II I torpid. When your bowels are consulted. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon. '" i

Bier, the other for winter, one about Adviser, containing more than a thou. When you have a headache When Dealers Seine Twine, Maitre Cord S 8 [8

.ue.-degrees to the northward of the and large paces, is sent few on receipt you feel bilious. They will Improve of Wholesale Prices t'o Rope, Xtc.Orlalnator. s.o'N8183

ethor and each with west bound and 0( stavuips to pay expense of mailing your appetite, cleanse and invigorate ]t. Indiana St, direct. the. Fishermen.1 1;; I
mat bound tracks. _Iy. Send 31 one-cent stamps for tbelothbound your stomach and regulate your liver ...Mention The Chicago. II1. r.J
The rivalry between tbe different volume or only ai stamps and bowelt. Price 25 cents per box. ADVOCATE In ;your letter... Its

)fora was BO great at that time tbat 'ir the book in paper cover Address: For sale by all druggists and medicine We are Members of the 111Inol8 Fllhennen'l Association ]
Dr. R. V. Fierce Buffalo N. Y. xilers.
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COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 16, 1903. :g .

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ofp3sional Oarclg.F.TTORXET The liiipurt &ii<- of Klltrntlou. Turkey's Frees Agent.! Women as Wcl! as Men

More Than a Tears Ull" when u bold scientist pimulgiiiiil Now- we slung !l.IIQajlabout what I

----- : the theory that typhoid l h< u going on In Macedonia. The "1lt81of Arc Made Miserable by

E0. u. BOBBINS water borne dlHeimt 'b* was luughedacorn. to Turkey haH.. hired a press ugeiit' ; .h.. :' Trouble.

AND COUNSELOR $ Million Dollars $ Today It U universally cone... sublime porte In to have u sublime I.... Kidney

, 1 ed that he was right. Naturally wlI't'r "
"It is learned here Buys 0
AT-LAW. porter.
Is not the only agency! which conveYIi, Kidney! trovMa preys upon the mind dls- ,
and United States Washington dispatch, "that the lIultUIl and le Bens ambition; beauty, vigor t
in State of Florida the dlm a... though because of Its uiverwullty -ourages
I.practice" Court. Capital guar- It doen. .It in a greater numb feels the need of having his !"O\'erl1' .' ""' I and cheerfulness soon
:l disappear when the kidA -
;
FLA. of caws than any other single cn '7 ment and Its difficulties set before tbe of order
at TITUSVILUC antees this -* neys are out
OtBce/
pure vege- or perhaps more frequently even Ulan world lu a proper light: and for treason ,\ ,\\\ir .I'>!/fZ" or dl eaned. .

all other agencies\ combined. It is I not he has hired -Vmorlcun, who -'j' J ; r A!> Kidney trouble has
L. GAULDEN, table remedy [to :cure a become so prevalent
strictly accurate to assert that typhoid Is to be the press "Ut for the Turk. -'r that It li not uncommon

ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, ... la a water borne diseaseBetter ai., Uh government" \ for a child to be born :
Courte"of the 8t&teIJlP' or money back .... that It is u water bred disease, for I 1m. The sultan liui long been nciUHedbeing ot i \ f afflicted! with weak kid- tJ

-.t!<'8 In&11 United the States Court.. pure water Is really the source of motyphoid. mi unpi'oeietudve tyrant who ut. t I.-1* noys. U\(the child urln-
lurJt.a,and the ates too often. If the
terly lucked the up-to\luteuesa of tbl!
!. FUt urine
Bol. :lJ5.TITUSVILLE.: the flesh or If, when the child
U of this fact has dl- Infidel Occident und who was IIlowt'r ,
The recognition reaches an ago when It sh-uld be able to .
J. WEBB, Cures: ",<,ted unprecedented attention town than the proverbial snail In Introdn control the passage!: It Is yi.t afflicted with
1 proper methods of nitration. Expel lug needed reforms Let slander Mtlll bed-wetting! depend upon It. the causa of '
I the Is trouble and first
difficulty kidney the
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW flltratU her und base calumny hide I IbI
Dent has detuonxtruted that tongue/ step should be towards the treatment of
rl|practlco in the Courts of the '7th Catarrhal: affection of the nasal of the right sort does' much tows hated head. The sultan tins hired n these Important organs. This unpleasant ,II t

tilt Taxe paid' for non-resldet passages!' bronchial tubes minimizing the danger from the deat\1\ bustling American press agent \\11 trouble Is due to a diseased condition of the
f rents and accounts collected. ii bearing germs carried by the wate gifted with imagination and we IIhali kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as I
i lungs kidneys bladder and most people
suppose.
FLORID ha. oRlclal notice that re-
Even nitration through clean snnd soon have every
U8VILLE Women as well as men ara made miserable
stomach. Also been found of much value. form baa been carried out and tbnt with kidney and bladder trouble,

D, PENNEY, I :Still!!I as one competent authority Abdul Ilnmld 11. Is the kindest mOltt and both need the same great remedy. ',
points out partial filtration Insun considerate most humane ruler 1 th9 The mild and the Immediate effect of
Swamp-Root (Is soon realized. It Is sold I''
ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW, that those who hn\ world has ever knonti.
Nervous Indigestion y" :ra nothing except In '" ""
by druggists. fifty- ) $ ,
CSVItI.E, FLORIDA. filtered water part of the time amore It has long been suspected that the cent and one dollar ffiE7 I JK fH"pSsizes. -!!

111 practice in all the courts, of the '7th f agreeably situated than those Macedonian committee, who are mak. You may have 'i.. ,., .," a I,

Judicial Chcult. Consumption, or any dUea.ie who are not privileged to have it any Ing trouble for the sultan bare In thf'lr, sample bottle by mall
C4. free also pamphlet tell- nom of .......-(, mIng !
of the time. but such partial use Is no employ a.ry talented press IIgl'nt.)
all about IllS
It. >
of the muruoiM membrane Including many o
A. FROST:! bur to typhoid.Aa and when he and the imblluie report! thousand of testimonial letters received ,
long us men will drink water begin giving out rival mUIII..ftcre11:11"/ from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer

j" ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, where they find it and 'splgota which Macedonia! Salonika and other Turl 8c Co., Binghamton .N. Y., be sure and .+ ,It
mention this "
III practice in all the Courts of the 7th As a Tonicit convey raw water from n canal or otl lei districts will speedily be depopilated. paper.

1 Judicial Circuit.irUIVILLE (sit yw ft er Impure source are handy for use One day the murderous Turl ...

FLORIDAREDERICK "0 ,t there will be typhoid. Filtration takeaway will 11.11II\ the Macedonians{ and Hugarlans. .
gives! appetite, builds up the j ) ,
the necessity for typhoid but until nnd the next the sumo !Mac
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PPICRL "
MORGAN system, banishes that tiredfeeling Intelligent and ordinary caution bi doulans und Bulgarians will mnssaci 1
A. ,
; MANUFACTURING
CM
comes more nearly universal there will every Turk within a hundred miles at |TF Itealtb'
makes the weak strong
Abstracts Title. JACKSONVILLE, FlA.. still be some typhoid The Injunctlo the sent of war.

;:!1 I. ESTATE AND INSURANCE and happy. till holds nlmosteverywhere. 8011 tbe The Turk IK not so slow, after a\l.\

TiiWic.lectloim. drinking water." He Is well aware of the value of a 2.'3 South r"orilSt.t.
Loans Notary good peer agent/ und just now I hI") CiitCAuo, ILL., Vt. 7, 1902. .
'
| Typewriting., Stenograph The Peiiftml.Like seems to need one ve.ry much for Chi. Eight monthn\ I was so 111

TltTHVU.LK, Fl.A.: Sold and guaranteed by B. R. Wilson & Son. the guinea fowl this bird I Is. klb Hoy the Turkish minister In Vas down that 1 nearly was[ com" all pel the led time.to lit or My sit ,:

more for the open ground than for cm: Ington. says that there are more lie stomach wiu BO weak\ and upsK '

B.\,PKOST. WADE n. Ell.FROT lined H|>aee. It' bus a wandering tendcncy. in Constantinople writing what |iui that could keep nothing on it '

:! A JONES, and Its cull hi l liui-nh. Its get ports. to be the filets. with regard to till' and I vomited frequently. I d
attraction In Its beauty of which It I III ill.I not urinate without great "
You! FEMININE. coi
It's For ETERNAL he Imagine
THE troubles or Turkey than
VLAL much that 'I
needier. to tipeak. It Is extremely .usy; pain and I coughml so
: ESTATE AND INSURANCE Womanly SrmiuUhjr, !Not Intvllertalltr. to inuimgp IIH its wants aro ?.?W. rut could ever be got together In so tuna my" throat and lanes were raw \
'. few chlc-Kn. and turn them dow a part of the earths territory. amt lIr!'!. The doctors pronounced
,vane anti ClIectlons.TITUSVIl.U ( .ant. mt 1.lut. chase a diinane and !
------ -- ---- it Itright'a ,
of the 'eternlfeminine' In the groundsliero you Intend feet].
"I another KllmpMO
got consumption.
FLORIDA. otherllllaai.1 it
was
: -
will ItBUtUclont !)<> You Want to Yawn
them. Tho poultry food .
recently, says Wnshlnitto: lug It mattered little to me what j 'I
e xpl'I"1I for them. Any house scrap cold shl aching In the called it and 1 bad node t
physician "and I shall never again )Font vet Ings, they
R. II. SKYMOU .
,
A.Woiti.E\ that men of admitted Intellect you may give them will bo readily pur bones lack of onoiiry, headache Rn.1 sire to live. A sinter viiitctl ma ). I
rOKI.EY & SEYMOUR, surprise taken of. Feed them regularly and always peat depression? 'I'IICBO nymptoms m"y from St. Ixiiiin. and ankftd me if ,
\ should marry women who ap I had l tried Wino of Cardul.
In the same place. be followed by violent huitdaclie hip ever -
ATTOR 'EYS-AT-LAW. not their mental equals. Among ml; Peafowl will\ roost when they can on fever, extreme nervousness, condition( I told\ her I bat not and gh. ; ,
for the last few w81'ks-ln tbe known as malaria. Herblna cures 1 It, bought bottle. I believe that 'I
In State and Fed.< patients the branches of tall\ trees or on
general practice life. ILolievemajiy. Jr.: :
I\lr itnavedmy
dlsnaso
before the a
It gets
lalCouiU. Special attention given fact, until be died-wan a man of remarkable roofs of buildings. The hen makes be hold Take though It will' \ work a cure In Rny women could save much iuffsr- f: :

admiralty practice. ability and chnritvtor. The> nest on the ground preferably In i R ARgo..7, A. HopklnH Manchester, Kan lag if they but knew of its value.J&JHOS' ..t {
SSEI.L BUILDINO, MIAMI FI.J case had bt-'n in the hands of nnothe shrubbery or long grotm. She will 101: writes: "1 have" uaetl, your !great mud! j

The Great Health Drink doctor and when 1 took charge I saw from six to twelve eggs"; In April or sine, Heiblne for several yoars. Ther '1

TEPUEN1 E. FOSTER, that there was little hopo of recovery May, sitting well and being an attar Is nothing butter for malaria ohllls anll !
The Illness was complicated and, I will the and careful mother. Tho lied Fever headache biliousness. and for ff ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5e. confess!,, difficult of diagnosis and I i iwus should not bo Interfered with durln blo.l-purlfylnj t ;( tonic, there Is nothing ..
50o at U. it.I Wilson & Hon. lon't want' freedom from
not until shortly before the fata' InculMitlon which lasts nhput twenty "r good. you
Dyal-Upchurch liulldinft&. for the developeU. Individual birds vary rune ; piiin? Take Wine of Cardui
METTO :Syrup; \U put up termination that all symptoms eight ilajs.
JM KSONVILLE, FLA. In temper and disposition. Borne ('O'klwill CblektiiiD Homo to ILoo,,". and make one supreme effort to
mixing with ice: water in the "The patient's wife was n little' woman uxHiHt In the care of the young. The noble Hervlai udlreru--lhr' bu the wflll. You do not nand to be

8, BliKNIIAM, M. D. Summer:; time and with hot whom one oiild bent describe by wbllii others will kill th<,m. Some hem nulls. gentleiiiei who Ihouutt it consist.. a weak, helpless tuffnrur. Toucan

water in I the Winter time. the term 'sweet.' I never saw greutei will loot after and shelter the chick ent wltli their t-ullhig us soldiers. tc liavo a woman's health and

| SURGEON: and SPECIALIST, adapted to familyuse devotion displayed in the sick room of their conipauloiiH.., w bllu others ever murder u half cruxy, deguuerate king, do a woman's work in life. Why
Specially Her uiixlety win!' pathetic, her watchful If they do not have n brood of their ind Ills spouse In their bediliuinberire : not secure a bottle of Wine of
Ear Nose and Throat. either a* a beverage\ or to lookup and destroy" the youiu:
care unceasing, \ and I grew own will pursue beginning, to believe that after all Cardul from your druggist to-
IT PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.DOUGIITOVS table drink, taking the place: to her. Hut I never could explain to JUt.". One pa act'k should not IHJ mate here may be something In the old suying day'WINEolCARDUI
her Just what was the matter with lii'i 'With more than four hens. Tho peacockIs
L for tea, coffee, etf. husband, although after I really fount not fully matured In full plumage till! about chickens coming home to

--- out I made the most perspiring effort the third year lie la rather a misers test Having usMUHHlnuted the! king

Poor Syrup, II tf Pint.a.'ic.; to do so. lile looking creature while molting-A. It became necessary. to have another ET : t 1 1'he

|>\TVG( DENTAL APARTMENT 1 Quart, T5n.; 14 Gallon, ,1.35. 44 'How Is he today, doctor?' sh< V. Meernc'h hi Poultry, Success. XKUiurch. They found one In the per- rlfa

,>n the "Dentos," would say in the most pathetic fashion ion of Peter, who gave promise oI(
1 Gallon, *.20.Direction. ; The first time she put the query I went F.tte.lnr 0..... wing a willing tool, and, Indeed. bw

Now AT DAYTONA .. : Two tablespoonfuls into detail by way of explanation. The following method In fattening .Uidopted appeen to have don ill In bis power to

used to a glass of water. 'The danger from pneumonia hat by the Kngllsh goon fanner;: lv. up to the expectations: ) of the blood
extent, I said In condition should be shut i
M certain jerse good
MASO.V. diminished to a << who elevated him to the
Costs less than 2vts. a glass.! 'but from the hl'artctlon I notice certain ip In n quiet place shaded from light tallied gentry reckoned
symptoms of CH rill Ms which give where they cannot net other geese atIberty hronu. Hut the whole outfit Seeds
'
DENTAT.-sURGEON, I Tropical Manufacturing Go very little grounds for hope' Then 1 and should be kept there trom vltliont their host, for the Russian czar Kind

Florida. would< continue to explain the trend ol weuty to twenty-five days. It Is bone >as uMiimed toward the murderous of'Icent that Leads

WORD, FLOHIDA. Jacksonville the dlnenw so simply I thought that Iclul l to let them out for about fifteen now holding positions. of Impor- ere'. mar..rI.Id ne"a.
J. R. WALKER, clilM could uridpmtiind It. When I con to thirty minutes the first thing In the use under King Peter an attitude .&; ,i aa.d by M! daairr.AN..alpualpulr .

Sold by eluded sin niMldeil Intelligently am) uon.lng and again In the evening bv'ore ",hitch bar become well nigh intolerable, (r.. to., NIeppllcna.

E. BfCK, and B. R. Wilson & Son mild In a manner pathetically\ swrel dusk. The meals they got should 1 Chen too the few Kervian Bcern who D. M. Fins 8 Ce..

Titusvllle Florida. that my benrt went out to her: he nutritious, and a mixture of barley >osses Some of the elementary lu- Detroit MICh.A .
kton & Budd Building, Main St: 14 'I understand. Hut. doctor how dn nool. wheat meal a little cornmeal mete of gentlemen have determined to r

JackJII'nvllIe. Rooms 15, 10, 17. you think he Is?' mil boiled potatoes given warm twice eve the assasslnn. kicked out of the i.
THINGS NOT TO DO. "I groaned Inuiirdly and 1 made sonii a 1 day Is good. About\ the last ten ortwelve ,
OENTIST.aDand reply holding out little hops. nnd nov days It In advisable to mix a lit.tie irmy. Falling In this. It Is their pur- JA

Bridge Work, To contradict your friend when they or again <tl'l JI'I,11 to go Into detail l finely chopped rough tut with the lone to themselves resign., Further- Jr

I'oroeUIn speaking. Hut as 1 watched\ her during the trying neal. This has the effect of plumping/ more, these aggressive gentlemen de-
Inlays
HiRli.class Plate Work. are To smart things wbkb may burlone's days until the end cuuio I forgot all hem up. rendering ttll'lrlI'Mh/ much Inro tlkat DO matter what the outcome Largest and Most C cra
say atmut her failure to cofnprehend my more palatable. A trough of c8nwater ot> r the army tangle may be. It l" their

-- feeling make remarks about the explanation. I forgot P\.(>r7IhJn In should be supplied the birds nrpose to ue very means within their mete Establishment South.

It Is bad to fact except that I wall a witness of after the evening meal. ewer to send to prison the asansslnaf S. HACKER & SON 1
food at dinner. of GEO.
that wonderful depth of affection and of fie"". ,
irginia Homes which only Interest r the late king queen
To talk about thing I which the feminine nature alone Is capable ..t Him to Thlnklnw.They .
yourself.To and It would have made no dlfferpncp had been talking as they walk And now, to top It all off, cornea the pathetic

grumble about your home and relatives to m" it'she hud not b 'on sble ed. She/ had remarked pathetically: now that King Peter baa made }

''n learn ill(I about Virginia Lands, to outsiders.To to say hfr alphabet. I honored hf'rI" ."Oh It must! be terrible to a man toe an earnest appeal to the czar to amend
K
ourceR products, mode of cul- speak disrespectfully to any one my alum! If not my IInp'rlor.-W'lIlIb- b rejecte by a woman!" hla demeanor toward the murderers
rrtniP/pM' etc., by reading* the "Mt," his response. fur to Intimate (l
older than yourself. ington I>OMt. 'Imleol It was and has even gone so a*
Lm f'niu month subscription. Send to lOots.the To be rude to those who serve you Then after awhile, with synipatbetieMingennousIuPsa hot If bit IN obdurate tie (IVter) will 'i'l

9":., EmporiaVa. either In shop* or at home. Spain nrnavht I'. Un...... ( she exrlulined: : eslgn. This would indeed be a calam- ir .

-- To dress shabbily\ In the morning because The Si>onlar la were the first to bring .It doesn't seem that I could ever U.r-tor the murderous ofllcers..bot we r
"
t no one will see you. horm-s to this continent though the Ire the heart to do It. netlon greatly wlmthcr It would relit '
SO YEAR8'EXPERIENCE of own pleasure ( tell UH that the rock And there came a silence between of 4
To think first your I paleontologists Drown- ," In disturbing the equanimity _
It over.-
when you are giving a party. abound with fossils, which show! that hem us he thought tbf! czar or even of the hlgb-mack-a- -. -r A
To refuse ungraciously when somebody '' piltildv" were nninen>us all over America ng'a Monthly. luck of Patagonia. .;. P""
do a favor. In the eocetio |x>rl(xl. It'he a singular -
wishes\ to you ---
In a street car or train aaif fact however that there were no I.o.'t Mis Your '*:.*.. How to (les. :tI.a'. (loth... MANUFACTURERS: OF

To behave else had a right to be there. ho r ten in Amprfijwhen the first Kuropcunn Don't set Brahma. Wynmlotte and For cleaning nien'n clothes, pnrtlcnirly Sash Blind.culling
r. no one came hither.-John Glliuer SpeedIn egborn eggs In the sump Incubator attbe cost collars the following Is tee- Doors ,

1w ,ri TRADE MARKS Gem. Century. Mime time. The amount of moisture mmetuleil: One pint of deodorized ;
'' *- 4 COPVHOMT DCSIQN&C. or ventilation retulrerl to hatch ollewllJ cnzlne., one-half drain sulphuric ether [ & BuildIng MaterIal.OOlee.t i
!
.kMrh.nd. d.. Tlptlon' met How to Stop Blood FI..!... What In,. ) ...t. t>e too much or Inttnfllclent to hatch ne-half dram chloroform l. one dram .
King opponteCannon
,
V> 'N'' fr UiuifllKiok Patent I the hands first barn a newspaper then 'who had conmilteil a fortune tfllcr."that Apply with an old plea of silk, black
'1. MUIIL.arn'sp.lena.A Co. r ct," lor the clothes and white for necktie ] S. C.Sash '
.
c. .
iio Inth
r. when the skin will\ b 'al up Instantly. "Well, welir: exclaimed Ilenpeck When pain or Irritation exists on an a nd light vests.Iienullfnl.
6\';.mic* JfiwicaitMktr. MBbn means then that yon will never part of the body, the application of I<'
a trM .. Tjtnmut Hr'urnal. be t married"'Edehirnt e. ird's Knosr' Liniment will' give prompt Complexion ,
..:, Turin.. It.IM wenough to aim nt stars, but 9lief. "It right In the spot" salt
: goes
"'n:' / & CO,36iBrodwpNewYork It's things/ below the level of 1iollaera.Who aD old man: who wa, rubbing It In, to Are spoiled by using any kind I of preparation Hardware
: there are worth the winning. would keep their children la cllre hU. rheumatiam. C. K. Smith, that fills (the pores of the skin.h GIaf
Q II' J1It..WublDortuu, D.C. star which ere best clear complex Window and Fancy *
health should watch for the firstrmptoms 'ropr. Smith house Tenaba Texas, II war to seoiirit a> :
.\NNF.R good of worms, and remove them jute: "I have Quad Mallard's\ :Snow: 100, free from sallowoens. pimples, blot.chell .- SPECIALTY.
advertisements. A
SALVE, 'hen answering for several ,elartlao(1 etc., I.*. to keep the ll,er In good order. -
Vermifuge. It lehlldren'e In family ,
JJT" would confer a with White's Cream Iniment my ____ __ __ ___ _
Ilerblno will n
'IIIOt, h anna aal"'n world. in these columns, you sdrt. in the best tonic. It gets digestion have found It to be..a fine remedy An occasional dose of \
the spying you saw the food doe them and and I recommendfor clelilfle tile bowels, regulate the liver
favor by By so doing at work so that their lor all aches pnlns, 7otey's Honey and Tar n''
AUVOCATK. and In the throat and ebent." f Ooand no establish a clear, healthy com
EAST COAST from and they grow up healthy It pains I"nd "," '
aeY s Honey and Tar, you will\ receive better attention rood trong., 25c at B. 1C. Wilson .k Son. 91.00 at D. K. Wilson & Hon. ple.alon.l COc at D. }L \VlI oa aDd Son. irchl7 lreasa/eiure. No op41e&EAST k

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 1C. 1903.


I JAMES.: PKITCHA.RD President; .. WM. M. BROWN' Vice-P! ---1

EAST COAST ADVOCATE THROUGH COLORED GLASSES. 0- 58 C. S. SCHinrLKB Cashier. W. S. BHAMNINO, Asst Ca8111er reeld( enl I



Jk.WB orumnr...." JOOHNAL o" TUB D INDIAN.VOT D HIVIB TO T., .LASS Data who A was certain-Professor sent by-President! Fortune Roosevelt .., THE TRUE AIM OF [ : INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!

WORTH AND BIMOiVNS BAT SBOTIOMS. as a sort of Special High Investigator COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

to some of our Islam THOMAS I. KIDO,
By
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. possessions with a view to his reporting THE UNION Vice(I President Authorized capital, $ }00,0
1 Paid up .
capital
particularly on matters of American federation $40'0
aaaLEA H. W LTOM. Kdttor: t PnbllnhiiDlsoontlntiancn r,, interest to his own race, the African of Labor,.... Average deposits $150,0r ,:

of silvti, tunst be muds p.r- writes a sorrowful communication .

Wally at HiU urthia or by writing. for the Independent Concerning k Transacts a General Banki!

affairs in the Phillipinns. HOUSAJfDS well meaning workingmen believe
ObeoK,etc., m..y be l ", ...Ie payable to CH ABC.IK. e I Having received a degree of so. r
WALTONp..bll.her. cial recognition in Hawaii he was society to be arrayed against them and consider the Business

shocked when denied anything of military and .the police to be the subjugating tooh
gf In wrltlnK t>> tho nvooAl'c for Inform ,/ rl. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hlf
Mono tny I kliul,tli..wrltur will oblige by uiiulon.. the Kind In Manila. : /Xof capital. ,
tag a taiiipuil-iKliliwHMiil. envotupe.nOSTOxOFFIC'GTug That is the burden of his com Exchange bought; and role ? all,, Feroli 1,
/ Knowing that labor war and riots mean the ar- Countries
would be
plaint. lIe thinks it an
KAitr: 'o'u'r ADVf unmixed calamity for General raying of workingmen against workingmen, the un- Patronage appreciated Prone,. _"I'\'I
,
CATS Boston hiu, which npunrnl) will an oKlmiatWt bo Inchurgoor Atlantic Mr HVOIIIK(''html, Wright to become Governor of; ion aims bring about that PEACE BETWEEN ALL CLASSESfor y treatmeutandever s rvative ba"klnlllrra"I.favor.jiiHlHtam,"| <.iP"

O.Walton. these islands. The dominant pub. which the Declaration of Independence provided. During the N CORUEBroXDEXTB
rr Seaboard National
white Bank
sentiment the nr NPV
lie 4
York,
among .
4ddr. all oommnnloatlonii to American population numberingsome agitation of the Venezuelan boundary trouble the trades union .L : .t National Hunk of Jacksonville, 1'la I

EAST COAST ADVOCATE.: six thousand now, is, he says, congress of Great Britain passed stern resolutions declaring that rraIrJcusvlx.4L3: L I t

Southern and Democratic - ,- -
TITDITILLB. FLOSIDA.CT. overwhelmingly workingmen would refuse to shoulder a gun to butcher American
.. ... and accordingly hostile to
'
-8. Department of Agriculture negro social equality. This ole workingmen on account of capitalistic questions in which they haveno TilE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAN

merit controls all the leading news- interest.
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla
papers, and is in some degree un K H K
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
itate friendly to the administration of TIlE SAFETY OF THIS ,, Cement,,,
The following is a comparative because he is too With Henry D. Lloyd I believe
of and rainfall for the Governor Taft *!
anent temperature
week ending Tuesday Oct. 0, 100:1.: favorable to the natives. REPUBLIO DEPENDS ON ORGANIZED LABOR more than

-1003- -1003- There is small pro-negro and upon any other institution. But, after all, are there many riots Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick."
DATB. MAX. MIN. MAX. KIN element of some %
( 70 Afro-American strikes Out of the : strikes involving 2,000,000 -
: 83 78 U: during 25,000 persons
iot 81 78 04 78 six hundred, mostly, as regard Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone N'o,'
soldiers in seven years not even 1 per cent were accompanied by riots.
discharged
2 85 73 81'1 78 the negroes J. K. 5IUNNERLTN, General Manager
a 81 73: 87 70 They have no publication and appreciable Will the same percentage hold regarding political conventions The
4 fI:1: 72 87 78 he
influence but are,
b 84 111 87 71\\ become the people maIling charges against unionism are not many, but THEY
( 81 71 0:1: 111 thinks destined to ARE ACTIVE. The leader of an association of employers does E. C.
influential class. How this JOHNSON
Total rainfall for the wook: 0.24 most .
Departure from normal rainfall for the is to be brought about he does not truly represent tho employers of the country, but the employers -

week: minus :2.2:1: Inches. Departure not make clear. of the Pinkertons who incite to violence are the chief denouncers -
,
since 1
rainfall
normal January .
from
After reading the hysteric com. Groceries and Fresh] Meats
plus B.0.1 Inches.HAL. of unions. Who hired the coal and iron police during the 'anthracite -
P. IIARDIN, Observer.SKNATOH plainlngs of this darkey prophet of }
-. woe, it is refreshing to recall the strike? The few men who were guilty of more degradations ,4 of all kinds.

fact that the President had so lit. than the 150,000 striking workers. Who white capped the
Kearne wanta Sir Thos for his slanders ol Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
tIe; sympathy
Who the Danville and Evansville
Lipton made ambassador to the Colorado miners ? instigated
General Wright that he has already @ts"' ; Mail Oiclers Receive Prompt Attention
United States. If King Edward: announced his intention of making riots Who are lynching in southern and in northern states ?
oOOC.A.. FLA,
follows his suggestion: there will him the successor of General, Taft. USUALLY THOSE OPPOSED TO UNIONISM. The organization .

be some splendid in teas given at the And to read a few passages of the of labor, meaning higher wages- and better conditions, easily I -
British embassy Washington.
address of
calm and high-minded !
General Wright delivered In.l\lem. accounts for the antagonism:! of employers. Simple ignorance of Lumber and Bu1thriglViatoriaHash

BECAUSE: a man chews tobacco phis last year comparing them the conditions of thousands of workingmen and their families accounts -

swears profusely and can success with the puerile absurdities of this for much unjust opposition to organized labor. Doors and Blinds, Brit'k. Lime and Cement, Nails and Bulkier
fully whittle a stick is no evidence Inconsequential critic, will at once Ilatdware, MASUKV'8 MOUSE PAINTS. 1<'. W. BIRD & MN's
that he would make a splendid make clear to any thoughtful man lit lit H PAKOID ROOFINO AND SilEATHINO PAPERS

county official. We prefer men which of the two is fit to point outa The attempts to make capital out of the charges against strike v Orders filled promptly. Write u" for estimates.
I who have the real interests of the policy for the Phllllpines. EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
at heart and is conservativein of leaders are nullified by the orders issued by John Mitchell and similar General Office at Eau Gallie. Fla.
people In fact the question negro
Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILLE, FORT PIZKtE and West 1' nn&
all matters of reform. It sometimes social equality is one with which orders issued many times by strike leaders. All differences be- _.
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happens that reformers them. the Republican party has! to battle tween railroad companies and railroad organizations are settled by -
selves stand in need of reform. Let and while the President has acted O'Hara
us look to the interests of the country wisely in regard to the policy in conciliation or arbitration. Bodges ,

in selecting our ofllcers. the i'liilllpines, still his attitude MANY STRIKES ARE CAUSED NOW BY THE AUTOCRATIC, ARROGANT ...Manufacturers and Dealer lln...

toward negro supremacy in the EMPLOYER WHO DOES NOT BELIEVE WORKINGMENHAVE Rough
F i IT now seems as if Japan and South has perhaps, caused this remarkable ANY RIGHTS TO BE RESPECTED. MOBS AND RIOTS USU. and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMB!

+ Russia will soon anti theraselvea epistle from ProfessorFortune Dressed
ALLY OCCUR WHERE EMPLOYERS ARE OF THAT CALIBER.If
Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Ciates. Jlouldiucn "blU lell,et..j
in the throes of a dreadful war. and is bound to oomph I .
Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us tot pr ar icliveij
1 Russia it, of course, the stronger cute the situation in the States.If the charges that New York labor leaders are bribe takers are to any part of the btate. Address. : Hodges A O'Haia. Bull: lnlTF, |

i nation of the two, but the little the Phillipine policy Is good proved they should receive ,punishment to fit the crime. While

1 Japs are a host within themselves for' that country would it not be .
US FORGET TIIE BRIBE
we punish bribe takers LET NOT The Oldest EntaMlnbetl Grain and Seed H. runWm.
1 when it comes to a passage at arms. wise to recognize It here whefe the
GIVER. Let society mete out punishment to both the equally -.-- ----
Some think Japan will back down white population if vastly greater

before a declaration of war is made than In the Islands? The educated guilty parties. It is unfair to charge unions with the guilt and ABourg &: c

but we do not think HO. There id negroes, with a few exceptions, wrongdoing of a few men. The church, the professions, the col.
too much at stake in the way of chafe under the social restrictions
coveted territory to admit of any In this country and are growing leges-all are misrepresented by the actions of individuals. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

craven policy of that kind. Be. more o ilamarous all the time for lit lit H

sides the Japanese are the most social recognition. The present Grits. Meal and Fertilize
I this fact too while the trades BIKA""MiiLSFIOU ,
ccmbative of any oriental nation administration is largely to blame cannot emphasize strongly-that ,
and would prefer a" light to tame for this fomentation of a problemthat unions do wrong they are not alone in wrongdoing. 'A judge does liT, LOVU'J.' MOo 112 East Day Street, JACKSONVILLE: HA'

Ilbml lon. mar, at tiny time becom. seri not justify them for the wrong they do. At the same time it must Agts. tor 1'tirma Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y and I'Um SrI'
ous. Of course those who seek "" i' i B M B l iBlWBMB a BMB PBS l '" '
bo borne in mind that MOST UNION :MEN ARE IGNO.
PUBLICITY: is the open sesame to such equality are in a hopeless minority
success in any sort of trade it and will never see the day RANT. They have been toiling for many years and know no P. R-ulilman <& Co.

matters not what it may be. Whena when/ the negro; is elevated to the better.In.

man becomes a hermit, shutting same social plane with the white conclusion the of the church. If do
we want support we 2U( Washington St )l NEW YORK
himself off from his fellows the man. Then why not stop all deraiigogisni -
!13> Murray Street. J N. Y.
un of his Influence< has set. This and suppress this ngita- wrong it is right to chide us, but we should not be abused and vilified

ia applicable with greater force to Ion now even "t the risk of repealing for doing that for which others are honored and praised.

the man who has something to sell. tilt Fifteenth Amendment? WITH THE CHURCH BEHIND THE UNION TO AID IT AND AD- Florida Pineapples ]
Life is a' battle for place. Compe Senator Carmack, of Tennessee
VISE IT THE UNION WOULD BECOME A POWER FOR C GOOD THAT
titlon is on every hand, and those may not be far wrong after all in
WOULD BE VERY HARD INDEED TO ESTIMATE.
who do not uso strenuous efforts advocating a repeal of the Amend --. ._. .. OUR, SPECI..A..I ".I.,-Y.We .
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survive but a short time. Time ment granting franchise to the ne .
To Mu.lrliui4.A .
was, when dealers confined their gro. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS represent several of the largest shippers in your State,and slat i l ntn

efforts to the employment of criers baritone\ horn for sale, neailynow, ;
The following are the times of arrival also. Give trial Established earl
or "barkers," before their doors, cot .2.->.t)0, will sell\ for :tU.OO.; Can: be ,ml departure of passenger trains to and you us a shipment. .
Brantley.Our seen kt the store of -
but the newspapers and other periodicals from Tltiisvllle:
J. I R. U'AI.KKII & Co.
ESTABLISHED!: I87O.
have made possible the SOUTHROtTjm.
Tltusville, FI.".
Loaves Titmrllle for Miami and I tMntulutorineaiato
widest publi'ity. The man who school the :th Inat. .
opened on I
point at 10 M p mHORTHBOUMD.
has something to sell and fails to with nix pupils and Miss Martin In OVER FIVE TlIOUSAXlToF WAG .
ton's Rapid i I Calking Tools I now I in use M. Lane & Son
appreciate this fact is a back num.lier. oharge. L.eav.Tltne.llletnrJ aa2.m
boat J
by owners In the United States. andlntarwauaepuluua.ekeunvlllet taspm ,
rIle: preacher, Mr.White, who has been l'a'le"1.00 and $8.OO i.aela. at the ADTIIII".tlle for Sanford 1an a.m
topping at Banyan for a few days called VOOATK otftce, Tltusville, Kla. Arrlrei TituiTllla from Sanford U:AM\ p.ni
Till: ADVOCATE is delighted to at Mr. :Stewart's Saturday. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

11 note that an article signed Hrevard Messrs. tOo D. Hancock C. S. Stewart .. - '
Democrats. has suggested to the and 'I' W. RIngfroU were callers at Mr. Southern Fruit and Prodw
voters of Dade county the name of H. Ii. Stewart' hut Sunday. > The Best is Found the Cheapest.

lion. Wade II. Jones as Senatorfor Mrs. E. E. Booth of Augustine! ,

this district for the next qua. 'lad little son, Kitymond came lastihurstlay OOO.c.l.issioD. Morcharlt: : .
to spend a while here.
drennium. The Dade county papers .
Mrs. K B. Stewart Miss Nina and R. UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAPS SPECIALTYStencils
have taken enthusiastically to FLORIDA
PINEAPPLES OUR
n., Jr., culled on Mrs. Lambert and Mrs.Chas .
the proposition and Mr. Jones will : :Stewart, at Banyan, Monday. .
boon find himself pushed to the Cards and our quotations furnished] on application
R. n. Stewart has Are or six (Urge pecan -
I front by his many friend in both trees; two are be..lnll. II. will Arc the Hcst. Ask your f'cighbor.WE .
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counties. Dade has had the honorof probably have 2000 boxes of oranges to .
naming and electing the Senator abllt this winter
MAKE THEM IN ALL
, for two consecutive terms and now Wa are )having delightful weather and COLORS. The Buffalo Gasoline Motor ,
they generously concede that hon perfect days this month, which Is quite
ItYerent from last October when It was
or to Brevard for the nest term.
1\1.1\: deg. In the shade.
For Tomatoes
I Wade II. Jones is a young man oft try Has demonstrat
exemplary habits, I is conservative, A jolly nut party was enjoyed by quite
It number of our people on the front porch vi
clear-beaded and in every sense a I K. 11. Stewart' the first of the week its superiorityOall
worthy of the position to which Refreshments were served. .UNITED D Vegetable Paper. the

his friend. are determined to place U. B. Stewart went to Daytona last. . other for
him. We predict a sweeping victory week. lie came back by Eau Oalll and
for him at the polls and can brought his launch horn which he One trial will make you our customer.If waters.
assure Dade county that old 1Jre ought of Dr. Booth of Bay City, Mich.
yard will support Its young candidate S. M. Martin took his sister Miss Kittle your dealer does not handle eXITED BRAND of Papers write to LIGHT DRAFT. HIGH !S

up to the hilt. Mr. Jones, let i odes and friends, of t.Melbourne the Misses, to Mints Rockledge and Lucy, on TirS'ITJEI> 3?.t VI>Jc];. CO., Absolutely Reliable.?

the people bear from you in this the 4th last, stopping at Fairyland !go- .
witter. Igrt and coming. ,SOUTHERN. OFFICE .
I( ATLANTA, G.\.. Ceo. R. Wallace Agt. West Palm Beac



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I KA8T: COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER ln 5, 1903.IQW I Ik Gs >>

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Jensen.Harry Eden.Rev. Fort Pierce.Mr. QEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.


! REUABLEAbsolutely 1V.I.A.'VHOJIESALJ. JE3JEir: <:>8..

Schnltz Is building a new pack- F.V. Weatherwax conducted Jones has been hero the last few
Ing house for bin pineapple farm. services lu the Congregational church days with his took car. Not many in
E GROCERS
last vested.
Sunday. ,
Judge Mont Hardee Improving; very
rapidly from the stroke of paralysis The garden lands] are beginning to be The work train arrived here Saturday

It is rumored that cleaned up and we expect to have a evening which made it quite lively for
J. S. Padgett & Co.
Fruit t and Pr educe Jobbers.
have sold his mercantile business to Jos heavy beau crop. the stores Saturday" night. ( r

} Neal Mrs. Thomas E. Richards left, Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Buell and family left

r. Dr. W. N. Coon left here this week to day for Stuart where she will visit hereon for PeLand last week where they Intend
take up his work in dentistry at Fort for some time. making their future home. Corner Buy and Julia/ Sta.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. r

Pierce Mrs. W. ..'. Rirhaids! entertained a Idles\ Mndgo Bell has been upending; a
Rev. Mr. Sawyer preached a fine sermon number of her young friends at lllnch, few days in St. Luole this week visiting WE CARRY A FULL LINE i i()IF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.UR .

at 2:30: last Friday evening This popular /game the family of Mr. K. C. Sum merlin.
1 p. m., l Sunday: Oct. 4th, to
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a small audience. Jots captured all\ the young,: and old on Quite a number! of the Northern fishermen PURINA FEED C SPECIALTY.

The public school at Jensen is going the sound. are arriving and the fish business Seed Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow PCMelbourne. ,IN In season

along rapidly and all seem to be highly J. H. LeTourneau returned last week will soon open up again for tbo season. 1.-\\0 sollol t L consignments of Fruits and Vegetables.
4i i pleased with the school. Tuesday, from his 'European tour. He Messrs. Humor and Ankeny were vlnlt-

enjoyed every minute of it, especially Ing par merchants Tuesday. We are always .- - ....- -- -- -- -- ...- -
The fisherman are making; ready to the Ilea voyages. Ho In looking well and l to down river friends
see our
glad
begin the winter's business for the firm gained considerable llosh. 1
of U. li. Kicou it: Sons. Braswell returned from San- .
E. \
Mr l. S.
We have our planting of slips andsuckers
Judge Mont Hardee \Is suffering froma about done and are now busy ford Monday and Intends clotting out
Pure. paraleptio stoke. We he will her millinery business here at once and
trust
cleaning up and burning; weeds. The ::Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK,
SUBSTITUTEest soon be on his feet again heavy rains have caused them to grow returning homo the pink paper of the East Const, will be

IS NO Mrs. R. .M. Uebbeit has returned from like trees, and It Is hard to got rid of Mr. Newborth, of New York, city received at the Melbourne Postofflce.

her journey to Englaud She looks tot them. left for that place Monday after a short

proved Foot her long vacation. Henry Phillips, a former resident of and very pleasant visit to his friend, li. KICHARD W. OCXWK.-Real Estate Notary
Johnson, of this place. Public and Conveyamwr. Aironfc for JKtnnIjlvrrvnol
Palm Beach. The bean growers are getting themselves this place, who was expected to return IIncll..on.I..IUIOt..h".lIanrortl l and
ready for the beau fat ms, by re- In September, was called. west by the serious Don't forgot the barbecue and I'lcolone 1'rovl.lmweVashingtun Fire Inmiranc dmimnlen. -
palling and palming! their boa's.' Illness of his father just when he t Tuesday when Floridapolittoal candidates HpexiHl attontlnn. paid to the Inta
Mayor lien O. Currle, first bad made all preparations to sail His will address the people on the Issues e..tIt or non-nmldeat
sow CIfyVe..t Palm Beach. '1'. W. Anderson, the popular\ Florida. ) coming is now uncertain.Mr. of the day. Come one and all and -- --.---- ------"-
of the new East!: Cfunst: Railway agent at thin place DH I.. A. I F.IC PMVHIIMAN ANIRtwlilmuift > 8"noloN LOOK TO OUR EYES.
join us.The MfllVtnnrna. Kmi: Oallltt, HtiiKlayTiiemUy 1
'lId )Irs. ben Z.ipf are en route I leiurned home lust Woitnemlay idler an and Mrs. C. A. Robinson returnedlast and Friday afterniioim.. If suffering from any eye defects or weak
Bench having spent their from their to Cal. Rev. W. T. Lane held services last !
,L I'alm extended summer vacation.. Friday night trip sight call at my new well-appointed optical ,
"Old L 'adel'la nd." ifornia Kansas, New Mexico and other Sunday evening In the Methodist church Institute./ tense I Igrinding
rIn Special complete
Jno. T. Stanley. 'ihe large pineapple. Statea. They are both looking well and assisted by Rev. Weatherw and his Born, to Mr. and Mm. Bonujo, on outfit In connection,
",\tix Miokespeaie Club resumr glower nt New Yolk, has letmn-dto gained pounds. Their trip was daughters In the choir. Quite a number the 7th Innt., a little girl.
last Friday, at the many n... E. H. A
ARMSTRONG
Headings Jensen, to look utter hlr pinuupple Industry I in attendance.
"u More without one unpleasant feature and was were Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler, of Malabar.
li ;Ire; :N" S. Burnham. and other 11 Laura St. Jacksonville Fin. ,
property.W. one grand plcnlo from beginning to end. The sad news of the death of Mr. was In town lat week on business trip .

U. Ilardee has returned from his I They,are glad to be home, however and Frantz, of Ankonn was telephoned up Rev. J. I). Hawk and little son, Fritz s's '
Kendall
and Mrs. Chas B. returnheir summer's outing in North Carolina, and we are all glad to have them. Wednesday morning.; 'He was one of are spending Home time In St. Augustine
home last week, after a pleas' looks much Improved by bin stay lIe Ankonn's pioneer settlers and thought Viking.
,miner's outing, Mr. Kendall 1 Is leaves Mrs. Hardee and son awhile longer very highly of by all his acquaintances. Major C. F.:. Graven, of Melbot ,ne
the Tropical Sun slat!. to enjoy the northern winter weather. SPENT MORE THAN $1000.-W. W. Beach paid a abort visit to our town last
of j-Mainvlew Neb writes: "My S. of Chicago, who leSecretary :; ;
Orlando He brought some nice looking Baker Cbas Emerson week. Mrs. Helseth Miss Lawson visitedin !'I J
Huetta Vaulx left for onto very wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen and Treasurer of the Ohio Publishing Ft.
and Pierce Saturday
horses back with Thatcher Hood
the Pell-Clark school him. Mr. and Mrs. ;
enter years. !She: tried a number of doctors Association and General Representative -
., la regretted. by her many relief. has been visiting daughter Miss Mniide have teturtu'd to Mr. Olaf Hlcsetb, was In town Sunday ,
oee 1'. V. Moore ope of the largo pineapple and spent over ,lOll() without of the Ohio List,
here She anticipates returning bean and tomato growers of the East She became very low and lost all hope. ; his friend. H. E. Hill. Mr. Emerson their borne on Melbourne avenue and Mamlay visiting his brother 1 '

holidays. Coast accompanied by his family returned A friend recommended Foley'a Honey Is looking round for a good .location Mr. and Mrs. Dow of Wankeegnn, III Mr. Walter H.ISH: of Ft. Pierre, made j
1 r.; Comstock after spending the last week from their summer's and Tar and thanks to this great remedyit to start a newspaper.Mrs. whoa last winter In Melbourne, two trips heio this week lu his launch i
months in his old home Brook outing at Asheville X. C. They only saved her life. She enjoys better health write trey will be with us again tho com ,' .
r Is warmly welcomed by hIs stopped a few days at their Jensen home than she has known lu ton ten years." Harbin was the happy recipientof InK season Mr. Daniels residence will soon be )

;,T friends? In his adopted home, and took the train for tholr new house Refuse substitutes. Sold by Wilson son. a bel\uUIulboul1110t of roses from Mri. Last Tviesday Miss Nona Lapham left completed with the Hid of Mr. Helseth. I ,j

'alia HOllc II.I. at Miami. for her home In Indtauola after l a picas Repairs are being made on the Riverside IJh
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her The Jensen Union Sunday School -- -- --------- --- ant visit with Mr. and Mrs A. A. lluol Inn, prcpiuuloiy,;' for the coining } '
hu re-opened

'.I.preparatory.Fein E. llimlry street school which In when their new fin elected Park superintendent new officers on;Sunday J. S. : Padgett Jno. H., EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. and family.Mr.. und. Mrs. Omen Roles arid two< son.Mr.. tSlrando I wont to Fort I'leicu the 'i

.a will give her added facilities for treasurer; II. W. Kling, secretary ; Dire.Backus daughters, MHS| H Mints and I Kftio, enjoyed first of the weitk, and brought his boat f '
cwwful training in preparing pu- organist; Prof. Boutelle, bible their stay at Melbourne Bench lithe back .I

the higher grades. teacher; Miss Jones 1st primary teacher teacher&Irs'; J ( cosy Branch cottage Theie Is quite an Improvement In the :
Mrs Tyndall 2nd primary ; school Two have boon t il
: to grounds men at
John Henry of Tltnsvlllo came
L, F. Hindry and family have re- Baker, :3rd: primary teacher. The :Sunday
work off tlio '
dealing underbrush.
weeks' in Jack- anti Melbourne Monday and went to Mel l. : .
from a live stay bchool has put on new vigor,
quite benofltted by the change will soon be In line growing conditionfor bout ne Beach Tuesday to upend a fev Preparations are being made to begin"1 ,
hairy resumes his position an rec- the winter harvest. We trust all CMS' days with his old friend, Major Graves Hulling. Tlioy Intend building n boullo'f\ 'J

Bethesda by-the-aea, and services the children will come and grow up in Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson and swum In the river for storing the scales nets, .:: ,

u usual, every Sunday morning'clock. the Sunday School's care. little slaughter Miss Mlllau, from Clnolonatl etc ', p'i. ,

arrived In Melbourne Friday Mr. Frank none of Wlrthl nlltonFla; ., .
and Mrs. Lambert took their de- Foley's honey and Tar cures coughs night/ and will spend the winter at unto was In town Saturday oonvnsHlng for I"b,4 .

;on tho 12th for Brooksville Fla. aud colds and prevents pneumonia. Takeno Carleton with Mrs. Ferguson's parentsMr. houso In Chicago Ho Is on his way to> ,

Rev and Mrs. Lambert have en substitutes. B. It. Wilson & !Son: and Mrs. Frank Robertson Key West tj '}:

themselves to all who have had o The dance last Friday night at Edit- We will have Sunday IIchoolltvcry Sunday -
:asure of their acquaintance and! I oatlonal hall, under the able managomen; afternoon at :1:t o'clock In the school tohou..o. I'
ret their removal from this pan : Tibbals. of Mr. Arthur Buck was a grand success, We will be glad for all to join us.In f

Lambert's new duties will Among those prriteut! we noticed from the good work f

him In Hickory, S. C. Mrs. Henry Andrews entertained with Kau Gallic, the III1Kllos Hnynian Nhave Miss Lawson took the school girls to ..

Lucio da Oattran gave a delight- /flinch'on Friday evening, in honor of her eQafPt Hod Ron and Hnellj; the hlossrsTaylor. tile rivur'I'uusday afternoon and had I a ., I
Ding last Friday to a tew friends brother Mr. Brewer, it being that Kcn.tleman'lI iY John Shave, Hudd Edge, Fred 1'I1.enlld bath. They repot having tine sport
pleasure boat Nemesis. The birthday. By a strange coincident ovac' fwr/NCOft 42 p Low ; Miss Nonle Laplmm, of In lighting/ thu jolly fish / t
r 7 Helen Miller of Cocoa and
1' ill\ uiola; Miss J
their
destination Edith An.
iin piico was It was also little Miss "
ladles furnished
Miss of Mnlahar. Tlio
ilellcious, refreshments were sere drew's birthday, therefore the pleasure Hum DANUtCR: IN FALL COLDS'-Fall .
refreshments.UKONOIIITI.S .
1! utiolling\ on the beach by moon was a dual one, and both came in for a colds ate liable to hang ou all winter 1 "
as: a delightful part. of the enter share of congratulations.\ It was an enjoyable ------- leaving the seeds of pnellmonl"l bronchitis

nt event. VOlt TWENTY Years,, or consumption. oney and

Ite'evening of the 10th. the hurrlnnl !- that have for some -Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville III.,. Tar cures quickly and prevents serious
of .
/ was dying, bringing anxious The force men the pine I { writes. : "I hail bionchltls for twenty; results It In old and I reliable tried and "
lime been trying to resurrect relief until I used safe ami Contains; "
tinge in the citizens generally the owned by yours and never gut lusted Hiiro. no opl-
ry 'Co the Government predictions, apple cover Larenbacher on plantation of New York, Foley' Honey and l Tar which Is a ."Irllcuru ales and will nut constipate.\ Sold by
ht wan particularly tine, and Sun George during the late .",, Sold by U. U, Wilson and toon. il. It.0'11"00'" Sun, Titiisvlllo t
which was blown down $
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'ruing dawned clear and beautiful, --- -
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have about accomplished purpose
us nn ideal day and showing thai. gale, but it has tested both patienceand OF JOB PRINTING
moves In a mysterious way hit to the utmost limit. ALL KINDS Eau Gallie.Alex Rockledge.
perseverance .
't to perform"
Many days will yet be consumed In the NEATLY CHEAPLY aud EXt'EDITlOUSLY EXECUTED; AT THE OFFICE -

ladies ot llnly'I'rlnityehurchhave rounding up process. i Near' well driving plant Is now A, It. Monte of Merrltt, was over on
(d I then Juild" meetings with A short time ago one of our prominent OF THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. ready for business. Tuesday afternoon on biislneHS.

number Entertainments and a marked Interest being Inwork citizens had the pleasure of receiving A. J'n'RnllttVell", of Melbourne was In W. V. I It'hodes will move to Merrill's

of for the winter and presumablyar letter from a Sew York party asking Information White C. T. MoCarfy, of Eldred, last week Rail Gullle this week having his launch Island soon, where ho will/ ornupy the 9
City.Work
may be hold sometime before In regard to this most promising Mrs. McCarty lias the fluest rose garden! re pal rel. Norton property or Palmetto Hall upon

iten season, thereby enabling theo point of Indian River. The communication of anyone for miles around. Mrs Har T. J. Sham IK the owner of a fine team which he will bo engaged In painting t
pay off their Indebted- was addressed to Mr. -, bin wishes to thank her for her beautiful of horses lie was out driving the new and repairing for sometime to come.C. r
rectory Rockledge. This of itself Is going/ on rapidly on our new
Tibbals near ;
fa part of I it at ]least..lovOCAracorrespondent. seemed, strange as well as supeilluous. school bouse. floral gift through tlio AUVOCATK.: purchase on Sunday. W. Wl 111 ford has boon busy gathering .

Is pleas.'ate in as much as the former Is quite as well Our merchant, A, J. Arnold returned .. The Wynonn was out for her trial trip In some fence posts for use at the d
the Huccessfulorganization ofI known as the latter. However, the writer Saturday from his trip to Klssimmee. "WATCH THE KIDNEYS "-"When the first of this week. The vessel developed Plaza grove TuflHilay when lie came I In ,
I "cioty in our city. flehersats had visited thin part of Florida cool for they are affected lire Is In danger" says /great speed. with a loin/ ) he had a young coon which
J'Jn( and on the evening of the 1881}. stopping at Kockledjre, there beingat The mornings been quite Dr. Abernethy, tier great English phy li" hud naught; lied on top of his load.
study' was taken In the key of that time no "rapid transit" forsouth- the past few days, with a heavy dew sician. Koli>y's Kidney Cine make. Mr. and Mis. Ullbort are expected! 1 this The coon did not like to tide/ that way;

"t entirely by syllable up showing bound p ,Int,. Theel1llolllan'l/ / wife MeMl.imcs J, H. and L. Campbell bad sound kidneys. !Sold: by Wilson & Son. V.week and after other n pleasant points. stay lu Odessa, X It would have pfffnrivd, to walk.

*T are building on a good founda- accompanied him, and both being of a a pleasunt drive to Fort Pierce, Friday. E. A. Itart well and Ids daughter arrived -
\It's hope ere long they will be pre- venturesome tent permeot they desiredto of Fort Pierce was In Eugene H. Kan to further this river like Allen Lowery St. Lucie. lid, full and will not ,he, In Eau'
Hive musical evenings, by way explore still Sunday and paid our Sunday School spent Homo three months/ In Europe, nUll
"'lainnient.Broi. Fairy Land. In order to do sea sailboat town Oallte (till after the holidays.Jiio. visited many 1"lnt.If Inter,. In Italy a
visit.
of not large dimensions was proouI'ed.and a Mcutlund and Knghind.': They
., proprietors of the Doan has been on the sick list of Fort Pierce Saint; McAllister has iet'ru.iI! to K.tuOallle France
I which started oo their voyage Mrs. Popped I C. Boyucan paid de-
In they recently returned after n most
!'dog!> 'Io: .. and editors of the Palm Eden week suffering seveiely fast{ after n tmmniering In New York only
of discovery. They reached for the past Lucle a visit Hnod.iy. lftl I abroad, and were
high sniiiiiir spent
"IWS, show and other northern points.
their and
rite enterprise and put In shore for the night, lesuming from an attack of neuralgia. Mrs. Jennings has left St. Lucle and only a few ,1"Yliln their Chlcugo: ; home
Mergamhaler a< well by placing In their their journey ina.d.iy or ao. At last Misses /nra and Vaoa Merrlweather gone to bur old home to live, near Ed- 'I'he mall service on the Banana river i befoiH coming south. ,!
Linotype one oftest arrived at Palm Beach at which of Fort Pierce were welcome visitors at Is now carried by a gas engine launch ,
they .
machines of the age costing the remained a month and finally our Sunday School last hun.lay.Mra. gartown.A nod. will be more promo than by the large There was quite a party wont to Cocoa
are m the neighborhood of SOo.: ; place Rockledge. His object In handsome now fish boat was turned steamer. Beach lust Hatinday. Prof. WakeHeld! ,
toe also added returned to Orrelan.l daughter Miss Lena, over to Walter Dasn last Saturday, made of the sehtwlthe Misses Mims
an Eclipse folder, this Immediate principal ;
was to learn If drive to Fort 1'lerce the other Many of our young people attended l 4
UICI writing; enjoyed a River Boat & Launch Co.Mr. ; .
assortment of material nee- had been Improved l. or by the Jndlan < two of the teachers; Mr. Keys, Mr. toy
of Florida the social dance at Melbourne! on Filday eve "
mosquitoes
!for part They report very
j
duinl(fine job work. Success with its day. Packard Mr.! UiI... White. Mr.I Dnwett (
state Frank of Fort : )
and Mrs. Roylance thoseprawn
their was it still ia I:: Its primitive scarce. last. A jolly/ time was spent by J '
..
C' H. Hlblm I !'tIr.
nterprlse. that he had visited Honda Pierce spent last Sunday In St. Lucle, Smith Mr. Illbbs 1
house t.
one ; and enterprising; expressagent 1 "
Our young Miss Vera Illbbs, Miss Alllene Wilson.Master
En ADVI every winter but one since that year, Edgar: Frlpp celebrated his ;21st!J the guests; of Capt. Chase; and family. Thn additions, / to the residence of f>. Charlie Jllubti Mre. Joyner and ; J
ASh of It, ,1
.--When youough had traversed nearly every part All hands enjoyed a fine launch ride to
and /Saturday evening last lIe f, Paddlson are well under wllYllnlertbe had
anniversary, Mr Lemmert. They a delightfultime
or cold don't ask what Is of the East Coast. the Inlet.
'r it with the exception has our best wishes for success In life. hands of Mr. Taylor of Cocoa, who returning, Sunday.
and was "
get some medicine with We think that If this Interlocutor Spearing flounders at night by torchlight has the contract.
r Do merit and perhaps dangerous.; to take a trip behind the Iron horse C. Edward, of Fort Pierce was. In Is enjoyed very much at present. -----
'' Foley Honey and Tar the through this famous section of country; town Sun Jay, and drove out to bill gave 1'he1are numerous. Some of the II. B. Htewart of Lotus, took the. A DOZEN: :" TI.MKS: A XiflllT.-
:throat nn.l' remedy, It cure Its vast resources In fruit culture about a mile south of here. Mr. Ed. boys speared very twenty flounders Saturday launch Plums home on H.itnrday last after Mr. Oweu iJ'inn' of Hinton Ferry W. f '
Arid I.h! quickly Wilson Son. see and Its fishing Industries and visit the ward has had two acres of pineapples night In a short time. a complete overhauling at Houston'sboat Va writes: "I have had kidney/ andbltulder

._ -- palatial'' hotels that are the set out there this summer which are yard. trouble fur years, and It became J ,
Immense of all our Inhabitant and the looking line Dr. Fox. of Philadelphia who visitsSt. The first meeting of the Eau Oallle so bail that I was obliged to get up at M "

Stuart. pride miration and wonder of their a.I'1 C. C. Arnold and family, of Klsslmmoe Lucie every winter .s a guest of Senator Literary Society took place Tuesday last least a dozen times a night. I never received -
hundreds of winter "Isltora. jj brother our merchant, arrived town !M. S. Quay, Is now touring In the In the Auditorium of the Baptist church. any 1 permanent benefit front any
"' Mi upon would feel himself a second ) with the Intention to make Northwest Terrliory. He has lately beenat The building was filled by Eau Ullle's medicine until\ I tried Foley' Kidney w 'g
S% and Mrs. Oeo. McPherIklnIlHtla and if In reality he had slept I Saturday his future home He was accompanied Dawson City, Alaska but will return best citizens Mrs. W. J. Halght was 'Cure. After using two bottles, I aui
>. Oct. 7, a daughter. Winkle hundred years. then it would' this his father mother and several to Indian River soon, and will be 8t Ht. nominated president Mr. Lowe vice- I cured" Hold by U. )U. Wilson & Song! ,

to Mr and Mrs. B. 1"". Wblddor seem but one an Impossibility to have worked other members by of ,the family ail of Lucie an usual to fish and enjoy himself, president !Mr. Kheblnder secretary and _---. ._

eaday Oct 7, a son.guarantee. such marvellous results In twice the whom expect to remain. Lionel Chase took the follo..lnlCaT/ Mis Mapes, treasurer. Quite an inter.eating I Notice< of Intention Apply For
We renound sleep. The reply / program was presented. Those
the beach last Saturday
of that to ocean
:armor to publish years the gentleman was' A strange accident occurred a few party participating/ Mr. and Mrs. Halght, I'ardon.fHERKAH .
>at dr tendered !Messrs. 1'addlsnn Godfrey,
evening:
net reach tllta office before that was that In Mr. Lamont's rabbi try, ... Miss Koescb Jessie St.
all the knowledge days ago and AI. Morgan ,
with
Tkurs.laya well tilled Ellis, Cook; Russell, the Misses Ellis -
valuable '
resulted In the loss of a
of theclaiming which Clair Lawton Booth Bessie Hodgson,
telling ,
be Weatberwax Killer and Cbsse.; Mrs. 1.1':01': TUB 23111' t\T Ofot
'( and'enterprising hamlets and Belgian hare. Mr. Lamont entered the Ellis was also one of the number. All Miss McMIIIau and others. The next ,, rt.pt.mb.r, luuu" entered a .tea dadtyM.n -
onfeslorlr of a Priest. had in thl. former building/ drumming vigorously on the the launch ride and bada meeting of the society will be on Tuesday Inforiimllon for wlllnj. ( tnwsiistlnR -
towns that sprung up It hands enjoyed lli In Hravard County, I'lorflla, wlthvhavlnr
Jan verince bottom of a tin bucket, not thinking evening next and a full attendance |nor
.
and perse
'I' ox of wilderness, of the energy jolly time ''Of'1 flul |irix'ir. | a liiwnMi tiutrofor,
Wake "
Ark. animal One of
forth to would frighten the Is anticipated good program .
the residents had put i toil upon tb ntrT nt aalil plus was nMoc al
Jaoorr! year I suffered from that be master worker. them however, became frightened, and Is to be prepared for the occasion. l'jr tb.County: Cones nt Hr.Y r ', I consulted a number enable them to homes of In attempting to rash to the other side A Love .Letter. of fOM im and to h Imurlxuiait' in th Courtly
cUns beautiful
end of Jail for thirty day., whldb .MnMnu was IUa-
tried owners '
aU as
got DO aorta of modi.o Their rearing; the many states that I of the butch, lost iu foothold on the Would not Interest you If yon're looking FREE-Knowing what It was to suffer ....n..1. a*to the lniprlonm .
relief. Then I own backbone to .
began IU separate MId fla all
,
af delightful floor causing Now therefor having palil p.r.
this will FREE OF CHARGE to
to I ,
Electric valve for any
their quota for guaranteed sores, give
Bltter and feel that had sent which was equalto a Ions Inte..Ie" are here", sotlfla4 thai a,on
the kidneys
the ,
K cured a disease that had land to seek for homes well as for just over '. burns or piles. Otto Dodd of Ponder, .(flic ted, a positive cure for Eczema Salt Mouriay. th i :2nd day of Noviinoer. rwel, or a*
I ts grasp for of perpetual ,outh." If Mr. a broken back. Mo., writes "I suffered with an ugly Rheum Erysipelas, Piles and Skin dis soon thereafter as 1 can be heard. I will apply tor.
twelve 'e.r. If "aprln Infor.matloD 'b. rdunlay( aural of tlw HUt ol Florlila. atrallahamw
te ya reliable medicine for liver Q. was really deslrlons of farther :Xo danger of consumption If you me sore for a year, hot a box of Buckleo's eases. Instant relief. Don't suffer longer *. for tba rarol.lon of laid An* sod
lehiltmoble: r stomach disorder orb it would be best to aln It aab-b1 Fole,'. Honey and Tar to core that stubborn Arnica Salve cored me. It Is the best write F. W. Williams, 400 Manhattan Fur s lull imnlon for said i'i..
; Electrio Bitter. U's personal obeervatlon, or by a 1ear's cough. Sold by B. Wilson & Sea salve on earth 23o at all drug store Avo., New York. P. 11OWDEN.

1 all druggist Only 60c. scription to the ADVOCATB.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 16. 1903. .

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weepIng eyes-"lf. true, evl'ry'word of
Free and It. Look I put my band into my Florida East Coast i

Accented v, ,,, Mason pocket everyone and pulled a hundred out a fat dollars.roll of bill She:.. R


looked at me In terror thinking I'd rlb wi LOCAL. TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May
stolen 1t."Listen 28 I
/odiun No. (HI There's bo
to me, Jennie. SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.
TltusvilLodne. faculty that way not be useful, even _NORHBOIHtIl-READ_ ,,
River dreaming. I was starving In the o No.89DaflT. No.20 STATIONS. I Nngg 110.78

met who po I Dally, I.....,
Florida clothes when I a mall / ..l1r.t .

Holds ltd uiuHtinK the innnnil and fourth Fri. censed what I do not-energy-nnd I v ; sONF 1 p B 60. Lv..-...........Jaekeonvllle. ....,. I V -
day of each uinntb a* their room Indian )UVIlet.l1'Inu what he did not-a fancy capable ot r 1 I .0 4m. a ..................SoJaokoonvlIle.........?.... L...".I 8 i :.18 :,I
/ tia
'ille at 7:tan o'clock, : p. in. that ,'(a't a:; S t 01' 1060. ........ .. .....dLAugasnn.......... .. .. ; i !
lifting him out of a despondency ( .11 Ma ..... Hslalnirs. .. < ae Hry
Master. 5 I
e "
WoMhlnf ""' 6aaI
J. Cnrrutlinrii II
T. 1 l.rtitinlurx, Hanlor Warden.H. would have conquered him when otherwise C T Ie..a" .11 na i .... "I".Y.Y.a$. Falalka"...!.. ... '" Ie/ M Ifa.I";
W. Curroll Junior Warden. bo was fated to make a marvelous h4h O6 to- III y i"1 j, Ar.Lv...................Paiatia..... ...... L r .. =-:-. '-
J. M. Ulxnn'I'reasarsr. and. ....s r ( "'O Z !: 11TA a ...... ........... Palntka.6an ... .. .. .. Atlatl";; !CA 10,.
K. A. Morgan Honretary.II. UCCCMB. Ho gave me my portion t. ..ys a( aa: i'i"l' :::::-::-: Ar.............. M.teu.. ...... .. L s p
.. F.. Brown Chaplain.J. dying \left me his." l: aw ... ... lOaLv.................Ban Mat.o .. ,... ...... Arx '
p, a W.Walker.KmlnrIIfluon.llolieru. Junior U..a.'nn.V. I married Jennie and became a phlanthroplHt ? f a( a. 11 afpLT.... ..... ........Neon*.... .... .. .. : '
: Hteward.K. s t.Uidlll8 ... .. ...Bunnell............ ::T P vtraaAlppI :. ,
M.T..ylorM..I"r funds tbroug
A.U>sln Junior Hlewaru. dispensing! I t.O, s p a1. ..p ......................DuponL................ ... S L .1: : !: 11 taCIE'
M. E. KngllHh!: Tylor. her for I am too busy with new < : I IO + p.................... Ornuind.. ............... .. .r l'' ,I 1*L
............ ... .. ...........
the practical rOo 1 "' ( ( s/OIp' alp.. .. Dayton ...... : Ill I )
--- - dreams to attend to 811' ........... ..PortUrango................ i r u. \ '
suits! of the old ones. I have Jlstl'Declto CJ .............. :.N.'W8m'rl\........... .... r 421 i ..7plpl
bREAMErOriginal. the speaker 001: 'M" .6 Bep....................Oak lllll................ I 3 ''
THE hundreds of addresnes, !a( p 'acep".................. 'l.t".YlIe.............. :: a.i< '* ;; CI,'
referring to me as a noble example tor 0 U t1f lap ....................".Oocoa...................... 82 Jlal.laM'wI
wife : a8p" Set p...................RoaklftdKn..r. ....... ....... ,
the youth of America. My ays OajO515lam. ..................XauOaUle.. ................. a1 f:2At0.1H f
( .] that if I bad got my deserts I woull1! .J-1 ''Qsy ...... ..............:.MelbourneBabutlan ................... s >6a.I301'
tbl' VY ,g: .ltlia. UP..".... ............ .............. .... a1 lu.'nlt., '
: E. 00
drciirm-r. To ,
I'I'u.' born A say have occupied a poorbouse.F. d I 40 P .................... 81. JUuciVi................... ( elllit
id. coijHldfrcd tantamount to Buyln;", A. MITCUEL. ? \I 10" P .. .1"0" Ploroo....,.............. x1166pdanu
Tri-Wcckly Sailings wWd. t! 11'11' .. .....................T1btaU................. ...
that I Wiii heir to the moat unforti t p .......................JB.dfln....... s'
have. b'rollleat1lo'lit YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AltK TAKING p k: tal 9.B>a I' ..................... Jensen..................::. P1111 V I a OIt0
Ditto tlixpoHltlon u nun can When tako drove's Tasteless Chill and NEW YORK J! 'II. .ila. ..?...........Stuart.! .................... '( I a..
boyhood I was accustomed I 10 you BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE "" I. t 111" ..................80be8..on4................. tlJ life'sksi 31jlal.0D'
Tonic boonUHu the formula Is plalnl; Z I eases a a up......... ....., West Jupiter ... .. .. .. .10Up.SII'' '
fancy myxolf u military hero M dlfttli4rqlaLu.'d printed on every bottle showing that it 1nlmgly Is !!! ,1ft. 7 ................iv..PalmEeseh....... .....?. I. tl
artlnt/ clorKj-mun !Jut Iron ana Quinine In a tasteleefo.ru. Calling at Charleston, ) : SC 11. .....................B.'Doon............ ...... 1137e;; I
Jurist ; a, ;:. II p. ........ ..... Delray. ........ . p
my favorite drrnra Willi to I lie ImincnHi- No cure, :No pay. uOots.Wlllfnl the Coastwise Servic It: "G \. 8 lIt p ...........,.... 'alladnrdste..... ... .... .....e l t1 7 IIi
--- The Finest Steamships I in a( e 2'.J-1L. 8 ..... ....... ........ .... .... .t 7DaP.
ly rich und known an a \grout phllurUifoplHt. (.0 e 114M" &71' ...................Lemon CUT .............. .. .s 71J A
Thoro was but one PPCHOII twljora Wo.naa.After T 6 lIa A?. ................. Mlamt.r.. ... .... .. L.e1DJ .
the old gentleman had InTUI'dthe The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
1 ever told my dreams my little BCnF.DTTIE3 OF BRAKCH LINES.
l1U'motf'Jollnle Duvpy, who as a chld! young one to be seated the latt..rcoughl'd Direct Service between

wiyi much ploumtl '\'' them but IIbe throat' and once then or bluntly twice suggested to clear! the hi! Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, BAXIVOKD :DHANOH.BTATIOMI ORANQSI CITY BBANOE
her doll Ihnfiiit "
n ,
had no sooner ,given up l 7T
.* gavo up Interest", in my tlroimm. It- he wished to marry the old gentleman'idaughter. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Del l No. 12 Pally o. I I Dally 1 STATtOMI. Oallif D.

dead, at sixteen alto mild to me: "VnlyoaH 'BIGMI-WEEKLY BAILtN 8l Wharf Jonto 06. .v......,.. Itnllvtl e.........Ar fit BOp"
,
R' In thworld. The old gentleman didn't wish to be Hontlibminil... ... from tawlft Btruet, JwjkHonvlH rT 1'4 a Lv......,... ..Mima... ...,.....A. ni 37i> 100p ale lea( yy .N Amyrn '!
never mount to anything from foot of Catherlne ... .... .O.teea..Arfll1'IItpe11Yiai.v: I : ,
-- --- "
: L.k.r
Mil but be Northlinunil ---- --- ---- --- --- - flla i a1Lv. Uti
InHtPiul of giving away more; too ready to give consent < -- .S M a LT...... ..EiterprlHn!: .........Ar Bit OOaAj A 36p.It -"" Lv Oanri" \ 'l6 c:
d lavliibly you'll bit !bt-gglutf/ it from nth. admitted otter a few minutes hI(! .. 80 ..' -.., .. S.tnt 'rd ... .:.. ..LY 0111 80. s4OD yMAnlAr_ _.(Jr. Pirv I,. [LAIC Ce1';'
thought be had no objections.! lydc St. Johns River Line. 2 doh ().21 TSTftf No.1 17 :TON :.20 No. 22 ko,24

era." "Thut'a Just the trouble" protested H,,t and I n..th, I Dally.MATPOHT ,P ully. ,
Tliln fipcocl wns a blow y> mo. It. the young mnn disconsolately. "Iyou'd (Delary Line) Sunday Dally X.6UD Pilly : ez.ttr.D"fie i 1>. nlllr'lII
U0UU1 have taught rile to atop"' | divna BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. only. -

Ing and bestir inyaelf. Hail, I not lIet'll i I only oppose it and order me out Prall" Horonford (DeLand), and intermediate landings "I Wp 8' 'to 1" i 63 I' 1 C3 rU B >0 r ..... 7 <0 c ., lC 'GlDr
Palatka, A it r, St. "
tlrontnertmibtloBH of the homo once or twice and buy i a Bto'III.lnP: at the HC..I"l.,taver. U .I 59P. rI 03 4 J3 I 4 a 011 U 0 liB a Lv .80.Jckw'nrtlls.lrls! II fa..1. 8 8.1.. -.t tl < eczp
bonottpd on .
from my birth a 1110 I 801. U I tot -i 3 i}pUlO l>9 a ir. ..!'at 10 k'l It! would have helped mo. All bulldog/ I'd have some show of getting STEAMER .'LOUISICAPT.. C. H. BROCK, .335ps: l9 I' '"I tpaS45paleI4akrJdana.Bach.Lvs61! .'. ,a 761213 I Dtip
Rtlmul.itod to take tho only' her."-New York Tress. IS A.PPOINTKD TO SAIL A1 FOLLOWS: lI p. U G' 1..3001-1,10| 8)air, ......H.7i rt..K.LT s e 'Dial* 740/1.13/, :Ji Flip f
It 1\'n.lt me ;
... ........ .... . ..Tuemlayn. and Saturday)
.lacknonvllle OISm' m
Catherlna "Street : p. .
notion a dreamer In, riipnblo of. I r.'lIeI Leave. Foot .... ... Mondays' and ThursdaylOen'I These tn\iiTibl..i show. the tlm"' ..t which train mar he tlX .1 '.. tL '.II
IIIM' .
Hunforcl
What It llvnllr I.nrUed. Leave a. bub thlr rival or no toe lining I t'I'
Gelds of Colorado and whey ---- ------- ---- from the! several atattond a ttnparturn tn' / Juraorduee
of the gold "I put in tho French phrases' hf'reonel andTtcki3tOfflce,2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonville the Oompauy hold Itnelf responsible tor any delay ur ail) rn., '.n.'' na,
ot Passenger
I t'a twcnty-ono and pnld it legacy (.ro m. -
there said the would bo author,,
OO that had Limn loft me by an punt West St.,.lackHimvlllfl.. Fla.
$ 204 Hay
,. M. I RON MosnJR.! JR., Anst Oen. Pas ARt.
I departed for the Golden State. ture."to give" the !book an atmowphere of cul W. O.COOPB! *.Jr.. L.Looal IIOWARUBuperlntuudent.Krt. Aiel. Ja.kH,
When 1 had reached the goal I had York rr.VDlS il MILNK I len. Frt. At.| ., New York
"If'm! remarked the critic. .It .C. HAUEKTV, rion'l Eiutt'n! k'.n. Aet.; New AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA
WM. P OLVlif :" .tJenoral' Agents.Chosebrough
to
set out for, tJeorBctown I went a TIIKU. U. tOKn.tmor..1 MaiiaRer.
r' would have helped a bit If you bad put : | Building,lit State St.. Opposite Battery Park, New York
hotel, where I met a man who Hold tnI'B SOUTH BOUND. NORTH OO'JNO.:
claim tor what money I luul left in a little good English; In llpotS.I'hllad..lphlu ."- C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltiisvlllc"' Flu. I>T MLamtSon.Thur.................. ,8 00) Lv Havana Mon.. Frt
Ledger Ar Key West 8nn.,Thur................. 10 01)a1\ \r Key Wont Mon, Frl
wtnVh I discovered ROOD after waiwoTthleRH. : ---- ---'--- --- -- -- -- .. -. -- -- -- LY Key Writ Sun. Thur................. 13 all< Lv : Wee Tura lat ,:
Then I droanunl that I I f Havana Mon,Frt. ...... .... ..... .... 7 CIf) ArN.amITuse. Hit.For _
would find fortune prospecting, and Delay !!.. Adv.utagee. <> ::D
a First Farmer-You oughter took i SE.A.JB:: Lk copy of Local Time Card or other Information addrex any AicntJ.
wiCulonHl about with a pick on my
ahanUler, which I had no time to put trip to New York years ago. D. HAIINER, Asst. Gen Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FI
Second "'ormer-Oh. I dunno. Thelonger LINE RAILWAY.FOR
AIR .
Into the earth becauxo I was constant ---- -
--
wait the there la to .
you more -
ly lost in a dream as to what I would -

do with the proceed of my bonanza see.-Judge. ;:(' Ltt! ,
-
mine when I should find it. The ('on"p.qllf'uee ", J T yI'tn tl I /izf
was that I WHS on> day picked' The N lit lit Trn.vt\er'm Rxperlenoe. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN FIXES, RICHMOND, r. : fi5b'a'

up by a prospector! in a ntatt of raga There U no place like home, especially WASHINGTON BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW: YORK, ---. -f-I ; Sn CLI' ZA1tJ
and Rtarvutlon. He was nearly at when you are riding In a sleeping -- J i p
>
car.-Philadelphia Record. ; :. uurO ,
I and completely dUcouragmi. Il(1
ragged 'im ----- Two Eleg.iot Tiainn Dally ., .... CIfIGIICI .j/
Lila'
However ho took me to '
Hun Ten Null Through
u Penny
camp and cuvo mo HomethlnK/ to eat, III llaiul. Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.
and after supper 1 wove for him a
chain of clmiiiiatanc'cs/ which would While 'opening/ n box:, J. C. Mount, ol MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY CZvSr

end in fabulous wealth for him. The Throe Mile Hay, N Y., ran. ten penny Z sS
with nail: through the lloidiy part of Ills linnd LINE Operating Dally TbroiiKb Sleepers Jacksonville", to New Orleans. LOUIS a; R1Ctl1GXLOU.3W
next lily lie went to work renewed to' 1 thought at once of all the pain anti

vlcor. pi'i'nilttlnt me to rl'Jnllln'I.lth sureness thin would cause me," he says, For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent I AASf
'\' hint for the sake of my Mtlmulat "/Immediately applied Chamberlain' Seaboard, or write [ K '
evenlnj lie would and nftorwardH
Ing dreajiiH. Kvory Pain Ualin occasionally i1J
come lu dlm-ouriiKed, and I'V.'ry'lIlng 'I'o my surprise removed all pain and A. O. MAcDONELL, Am.t. Oen. I'MHS. A<
I would weavo a new fancy tending soreness and the Injured parts were soon JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

him out the next day with new visor.: hel leI." Hold: by. nil druggists und me. ;

t The ret nlt wax that one day he struck illclae dealers -. n 4'T' 04RLcrTE1F14RtAAt

n Onllme. no.t.u the l.lternrr Center j
"I'cl never 'n' lone It but for ;you" The assertion/ that Itotiton was the lit. Line

iKVMiid; snit when he orKanlzed: a company I erary center-without quotation marks Atlantic Coast R'y. jt

: to work Ida mine ho leave mo bait'Ills -during the period in which American

stock, and left me the other half In literature acquired a shelf of its own In .BIOPIC arAC

Ida will. Then Romcthlng happenedthat the library of the race is hardly opento The Great Through Car Line from Florida. t ; coLUr(
bad never entered Into my dream dispute. The production of books

for him-he was killed while blasting. possessing something like permanenceIs TO THH ].:,un'. I

That gave me three-gnnrtera of the characteristic mark Charlenton Richmond and8hlngton, thence "LUffiA
perhaps the most Over Its own rail to Savannah, !
stock of the blKKCflt paying mine in of u center to which the term "literary"in via the Pennsylvania Railroad.

Colorado I bad n't time to operate itmyaelt. its true meaning of "rl' nt'C.. to liter I Foe a..a ,,fdN

I was too busy dreaming howI ature" may ln applied.\ Name the American TO TILE AVHST. NA

would RiirprUe the folks at home Ha:' writer whoMn work lias Blood the The Louisville: Nnnlivllle, via Montgomery ThoIoblle! .It Ohio R. ]t. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN
I loft it in charge of the directors/ and UV
with few
test of halt century, and a
started eastward. TO THE EAST VIA S'r] AIUSIiI P. ;
to lion-
notable exceptions, they belong tR
Of course It would have Rpolled all ton and Its iit'lKhtiorhuod.! All this Uthrice Via Savannah and Ocean steamship Company fur New York. Plitl.iiIuMhU, BOH- ;

my dreauis to go back and at once announce fauilllur. The record of It 1 In outline tom Via Noifolk HU-amer to New York, washington and BaIJlmurfl. Vile Savunnrth -
myself"' u gold king. To make a and MercliautH anil Minur 'l'r8nSInrltl\lon Company for Kaltl- i JW
been
fine climax: I dreoaed myself in the or tll'IIII1IH 1.t..y whk-h bus moie and Plill.ule.phla.TO : ToRAILWAY o
luckattack told by many tongucn and 1 many pens.
raja that I had on when good
:M. A lie \\olfe lli.\\c In Atlantic. KI2Y VEST ANI) ILAVA A.
I luo and one day appeared my WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
native village and shod !before the Via Peninsular A Occidental S'eanmhip Company ,
----- --- and the HOT SPRINGS N. c.Ii .
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t house where Jennlo lived. She wastong j EAST.

) to tho well for water and seeing Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points I Ii CINCINNATI, CHICAGO. THE LAND OF THE SKY1'

wtuit abe thought a hungry looking BONE FOODSoft

Irttnip In the road "Ihl'ult and I'll M I 'AOl TICK TS. The NORTH and WEST..e "The Sapphire Country"flew.

give you a piece of bread." When she Interchangeable mileage tickets good( over 13,1)00) miles", of among the principal j,1

retnrned with the water and saw me I railroad In the southern statue, are ou Dale by the principal agent ..{ D.'ltn Dlnlntf. CarPullman
.
thought she was going: to topple over and crooked bones mean For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, I On All Car T.a..... forvtcmH. Th. B..t,

"For 11'lIven's sake, Vail" sho said." bad feeding. Call the disease FRANK C. HOYLSTOV, Commercial: Ant.: W. D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt .'*.
"w'h -r. lid you come from And Hthil 138: Went Hay St., Astor nutldlnir, JACKSONVILLE; FLA. I "OU--IIERN RAILWAY. 1". CA '
rickets if want to. The toe W B.f Str.,. jACnevvit.. .
1 what your dreams have brought you II.1.. EMERSON, TralHo MAI1Qer.W..I.CHAIn.Oen.I.PaBa.AIIl.ot.IoVII.MIXOTON.: : ( Ca."f -
you to?" growing child must cat the N. C. i W. A. Tees. p'. T M.. Vtihlntten. D. C. S. H. H*.o.ic..
k W... H. T.......... A., C. P. A. ArUnta.
.Jenlll I said, "what would you right food for growth. Bones
think I to tell that I'd been .
if were yon; ---- -
prospecting lu Colorado and found a must have bone food blood Oe: as.s. B -- -

bij; -mine and had come home to make must have blood food and soon SIT. a 1519 w. nay St.. JACKSONVILLE.. '. FLA.

yott and ;your mother and your father through the list.Scott's .
and till your brothers anti sisters rich" D
Emulsion is the A
"Oh. Vail!" she said the tours startInj right

; to her eyt'''. "Since ;you've beennw treatment for soft bones in FULL 4

>iy I've hoped that you wuld gelyour children. Littlcdoscs day Ful.uL t' In a veritable dragon of IH-boolth Itic.v (ap'iRy )
of You every ly, i? mora physical v.reeks than probably any oinceooo
f knocked out
dreams you. TH-rtilUr to Amorlraiis.
the stiffness and } "
IIthe liest fellow, the 1 loveliest fellowin give shape y WHY rxjcausenpon the fir tef x.r'aar
that bones should have. t + EXPAE55 the malady this m tern 14 usually JO "'
world and but for""JennIe" healthy EXPRESS '
Ui" 't quinine, or that deadly mineral -calomel all
I I Interrupted, "have you Bow legs become straighter, PRepAID -_ .'.w Don't Do [b l"lt Dan sreua. '.'.etsranravadresaxrx.TCcvasayfamrut al
nccciuiwy elihor. t5'n pouitlveTy guarani
would redeem my.tml1 '
clrtiitmed that I
y crone buck onto you and I would) loose: joints grow stronger and _

"'!lJvy the fruits of my industry! tar firmness comes to the soft Jis4 n u tporuly .

cf't>>r"" heads. h.ipbnt lla all II.* '
:She made no reply to this !but 1 and edema--nm.. r t' ., p
food caused the t Corr'l all llTar. k klnc/a --
Wrong rib I aS AH On i:u"*'
that s4t
hu'W, by u fresh outburst of tears ti0oporpotdc.
.Lt'i had been doing that very thing. trouble. Right food \\ ill cure it. ,

Well, sweetheart" I W"'it on, "I'T In thousands of cases Scott's
IDoz.DfUVCRtD 1
tr&tuiett a bigger"" dream than that. I've Emulsion has to be the t, y
dronuied tU. t I've got a big! mine and proven L _
food for soft bones in '
ifii' turning out $700 a dJY"- right "t fOR j2 U. H. WILSON SOX.

''Oh "nUr' childhood.Send. I --
S tie sot down on the! porch and buried U0 (

L. f tare i tj her bands for' tree 'Ilmr1e. THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFKj
GOWNS
Jeimlu. tJnar"-l went to ber and put SCOTT ft Chemists. .
Stit.. Nw York.
Pearl
illS l\U: about her while with the other 4OO-4IB Hoc. .m; .I'Ullli..a, 'Ag-cut. for tile Pal>st Brewing Co. All kinds of Commercial Stationery printed at the aba )
Laud: I too'iL: Lerll away from her
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TITUSVJ LLE.NRIVER.

PRUNING THE PLUM.

:ctAt'r: :: T.30TEL: ...
Sever "_.0..... Fur the Japans.
and Hybrlil Varlctlva.

TITUSVILLE,, The pruning of the Burbank plum

FLORIDA tree presents n unique problem. Tb
men who are bundling tills variety wit:

I more or less success at the presen
J. O. BASS; Proprieto time have nil adopted severe methodof r

repressive pruning. Each man hils
-- simply cut back In sheer deapertittoi A NEW INVENTION.
DUCK SHOOTING
g t to prevent his Burbn nk trees from slopping '

i y ? r and FISHIN:: < all over tile orchard or from wandering "-
oft to his neighbor's farm.
m > '- lUtest: *a 50 per day. When this severe cutting bock I Is Recently Patented all Over the World.

w'x $l0 and' $12 per week] practiced the dllliculty Is In some way
emphasized. A tree severely cut bach t
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JACICSONVILLI--: as every one knows will tend to grov 1'

Ktlll more rapidly The rampant habIt The Walton .

of the tree Is made still worse. So tar 4-

IXDSOII IIOTEL . from being a remedy therefore benv;;
winter pruning Is a very unllatlsfac-
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S tory palliative.\ It Is possible!! theoret Self-Locking Tackle Block
LARGEST:: AND BEST YEAU-UOUNO HOTEL.
Icnlly at least to check this tendency; :

toward overgrowth by doing some sum Made in various shapes and sixes: of

mer pruning. This hIS actually been WOOD, IRON and JIKOXZE. Will

Y f ir, s y ')' ,mr put Into successful practice In somcubes. < work equally well with rope chain or
+ I have done it myself In a smal
way and J. [I. Hale of peach fume / wire rope.
has done the same thing on n large Will work at any height, upside down\ ,

scale It ought not to be very difficult horizontally or at any angle, and will oj

._ therefore, to strike a balance betweei stop and look a any point. ;,.
"
,
r these two tendencies ha tis, between Invaluable for every kind of business '

winter pruning and summer pruning. where block la needed, frequently alav.

{ The plan which I am following untl Ing the labor of one man or tnoie. '

I get n better one Is this: I cut back Nothing: like It for hanging or stretchIng :
each spring. Where
the trees severely _
n growth of four feet has been made 1 I wires
Address all communication to the
tnke off oil but eighteen Inches tr mro !? I

fact. It Is best to cut hack closer thai i Walton Self-Locking Block Co. Mn
that rather than to leave more wood r'' I i
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.IIIViB' "> arw I ..wOS This will depend somewhat on the con ) ii (Incorporated.) V N ,
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d[It Ion of the tree, however. The sun' I'' t I I Office and Wareroom 40 1 At.IIIDtiove.. (( t.. .,
middle of '
about the
mer pruning begins
B l I Near Itowo'a Wharf, Elevated Htatlon.
June In this latitude, or possibly n lit t

I CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETOIIS.ML tie earlier At first the weaker side BOSTON: MASS.: +
shoots on the interior of the tree are --- --- p pli
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pinched bnck. Those are not the one (''I'' I Id PII ''I i 'll I Sample Block cnn be seen at the An-
lUtliPHtoie
; vooAraolBce'I'IHtnvlllsnnd;
which cause the difficulty usually, and
uJ ,I B. llubbiud <'o., JnckHunvlll
ai of tt.
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. they are therefore frequently oVl'r'loolell. ; ___ _ __ Call and two them blocks working.The .
i
I think It Is best to save themIn

this way however because they following, outof| hundreds are a sample of the testimonials received by the Walton Solf-Looklng! Block Co:

I make the most prolific fruit spurs In 04 AIis,'ksNmte Htrwt, |tinit<>nij n.10'limi. ,

wise they\ are properly bandied. Cutting WALTON HKI.F-!..<><.KINO' 1r. totnce. Centrally located and buck this to n length of: to five ait hniioHt report on the praollnal. working \oiir iBlMookltiur. taukln. ldo. ..'k*, whlnh we obtained front e'Ott I
them \ "
Opposite po Thoroughly repaired renovated. way u..MKN I i mi re'I".t.'I") ( blut'ka In .n' nwiu on our eluvntwl rrnok, hnUtlntf' mi.Movvnrlun, mini one door. to unothor,"itn.Ye .
kimlnof ry
two to six Inches usually develops n ::1' have would given: sap the we Wnltnn liavn used salt illtrereiit loOl'kllll"lock.,: &pretty (tit tent, ..",111",1) them tlm. miwt. ntllnliln, and lin.t lilix'ka or thu klmf we hnva ever lined '( I (
l. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . large( number\ of fruit buds In this part It In a grout, 101\01111".1, we are irlmrto:notice. |give In you thin 1:11111..and... inure their itluiuitul to kin>w tlmt nt luntiwa have. foimil.whiit we h"vefur years \ h,
for. You call nan this any way 1"\11"8.
teen huutlnir
it the tree. Yours very truly, J..lnf CAN&: CO. "
Later In the season any July 1 to 10
Raton (2..50 per day and up. Is 'rhls .
another summer pruning given. VAtTOI F.I..I.tI'Klsnlt.K'rO..? In. .ilf. I..kleldev'k.,with no frflol rile,and yim[Hiked mess
main brunches (iKMi.KMKNi-.A limit two ..k n spot| turcl..d IY ni jon > 1'tlr nl II InrVlnir
of the
I). W. SPERRY Proprietor time Is stopped the growth by clipping on the tips. In a ha time 1 am to plan report to to iay' the I am company err> rnurll.teased If, I roiinil| tlien.with millHfitofory.I il'-ni snit tin, lie liM'kn put rip lit all. the tune amt In everyplace. II ey ere certainly wtiut*..

few cases entire green shoots are removed. iry man naeilii, who 'IIUHUMV nan for block, .a* tli !j n'.vi time and Your' 'lot "truly,. ","oc.'I" ><> ir JI'. I'. i11WLCI.Iq +

even though they have attained Heulur In drain ant llullilnra' Supplies, Newport, N. II. i 1

n length of three or four feet. This Is ---- --- --
S10RELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. in cases where the ALTON "rtRI' ....I..KJKIJo1nllt.ClCK Co. Boston Max. Ht, "..III"t. sad here. plTNi rh!.n n fair test and
lone however, only I'O"'LI| e to ,
.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. top of the tree seems likely to be am well plvHHtiU with the working tile blocks In many oanei boxes,: snit lnrriln' ran I'e I <*Mnl)3) lin, ,lulled .tiont soil. A tt". .U'UII"In' i nr.tarr. lliry,Py"on.p'luIP'I ; Y
nnlrklv
unvil area for l i,dlitiK '
choked. The object of the principal ape n" mon ey. They are superior to anytlilnir\ we have ever or h"RY'lt'tJ".J'.1 11 l'l<0lllt N (UMfANV.

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened pruning Is simply to stop the excessive 1'er W. r< Knioiir, Tr.saurer.Anetoa.

growth of the main branches. This
this season. Fine cooking and Rood; table. Hot and Cold Water ends[: to cause the wood to ripen up

and It tends also to weaken i S.A..LE.
earlier
FJL :
Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All the growing force of the tree. .

of though: Rural Delivery NotesEach I --------. a
This method pruning I
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.:>0 per day.
somewhat roughly outlined for the Hotel with Seven Cot/Lciges; axed 10Lornted

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Uurbank plum In applicable to nearly 1 1a
,
all of the Japanese and hybrid vurle- rurul delivery mall carrier Is reqnlreil Acres of L nd.
__ .__ to provMe a satisfactory BiibHtl, !- : "
n be
ties: In fact. It seems to me to onef
OLD SEAimEEZK< GOODAIjL, FLA. ) the necessities for the early future Lute who shall 'be available fur dutj I
hat we shall adopt some definite at short notice at any time when hi

icheme of treating these new varietiesn may not be ublo to serve his route.

OLD SEABREEZE, some such way although Abun- There are flfty-seveu women carrier
0 Seaside Inn lance Chabot WIckRon. Gonzales and In the mrnl delivery service and neurlj
\ GOODALL 1'. O.
other plums of those flushes do not' de 000 women Btib tltutPH. 7F rI

r nand attention MO urgently the Bur- It Is said that Indiana will be tin
Is[ now open for the summer season, under the management of the mall
rtifal
bnnk.'t they ore nil rank growers first state to have complete

wnei, HORACE F. STEWART.I Handsome and! new, situated on ind all stand in constant need of ro- delivery, an a result of the law pUIIIII'd

Daytona Bench" the hotel Is modern in all its appointments, with large )rcssive 1"\1nll1/-1"/ A. Waugh. Ver- by tho lust legislature under which
font In Itural New Yorker.Oil counties are required to keep In good
*irv, pleasant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating'a repair roads, on which rural mull route $ ,

< anion and Pier. The surf bathing U unexcolled. Terms moderate. lleatlnai For Grvenhoai have been established I, 't 4pvaricr' $ $
w ; .
ir'IG' 111
HORACE F. HTEWART, Owner and l\fan,' er.JENSE One of my neighbors Is beating Many new rural free delivery routes .
three large greenhouses very success. were put In operation recently, makingthe : ( + a
41114 + ;+tr },g1, ii 4 dF 1i r
Ill ally with oil. I understand be uses total number of route' over 10,000, I ; M +F ,, ,
ratio oil. ills device Is shown In the rr n+ a i t ta tt
TO CU. Et.Cc: >>I.U IN ONK DAY
Igure. In the diagram 1 and 2 are oilarks
Tablet,,.
Take Laxative Uroino Quinine
time.Vater In. adDEVICE
FRESCO IIOTEL JEVSEX, FLA. used one at a \11 druggists! \ refund the money It It fall*

('enter of I'inoapplo Bolt. to cine. E. \V. Jrove'n signature l Is on fl "
uacb box. 2ct,1I:; 1ar
L'- UNQER NEW MANAGEMENT. .lHie
a Ilea to Mnk Httlaln lee (......n.. j
prettiest location on Indian River. Large, beautiful grounds. Near _
z if needed raisinsnod
in e Ocean Flue Fishing/ and Hunting. Terms. reasonable. Loiters and ffi 1 ? s Tuke hall u pound
boll UII'm'utly for liftoen minute
Teleg'ama reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. e In a pint of milk with n small bit at. HARVO, thren riintori| of a niilrlvmith' of 'AU GAI.1; )JK, rl.ORI

JOHN S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor of ciiinunion; bluneh ont-fou)'tlr of a l IUA, <.m the Rail Jallle River, lent than half a nillu from the liiillnn hirer and two

pound of nliuondx and pound Due In a I mid' u half miles from the, Ocunn The property I I. two hundred mile south of

WEST PALM nl ACJl. ron OHEEXnorSEaittod BEATING. mortar with u few drop. of roKewatvr; Jarks..nvllle, on the Kluild i F.a.t 'imnt Itnllwiiv, with the lEalliond: Station ad-

below and 11119 thin two ounren each of preserved joining the property, llnldliig! : eri-utnd In I Mid,, and ammo of llieni have never
under pressure from glnll'rlllfl citron! ; bout) the yolks of illi'd few tiiiintlm after' their completion.
I the pipe (3i' l lawn PARK COTTAGE WEST TALM BEACH, KLA.V orcen the oil out When through tank No. I Innipty. four egg to a (Tcnni with onc-hnlf a The hotel was" opened for Hlnniltttii m"titliH'pilnr' 'in the'' o" ner'a depth, and w
to the burner. pound "f mitfnr: ulniln the raisin and linn not hero uaeil since All the buildings vnuciiclrd" In the mast nubntuntlalmunnor
use tank No. 2 whllo Oiling clniiiiinon from th,> milk which can and are now In ennollmit condition. 'I'h>* hotel situ! coitiijinrn, convplete-
V( Open Under new management. tank No. 1. and vice 'versa. afterward c uIlll1 U pudding; return ly furulahed, and very httltvof' the fin nil tire him. ever ben un-
Overlook Lake Worth. The finest needle I III not Oner than the the milk to lie( tire aii'I stir while the artevlrfn well, twenty oUrein. cunnertvd, with, !..eVl. retc.
fine Jet of oil spray which emerge; eggs and sugar lire Ix'lng added to It The property cost the original owner #|'I4.J)1)i) and| will be soul at a l.icrlrlc
r '.innlent Rates, $2 to $2.50() per day. rom the pipe ((3 and Is Ignited In there and it lieKln to thicken thin remove The ttliove. cut fall I ly represents the propoity.

Special Weekly Rates. chamber\ under the grate ((4) filled and when cold add the other Ingrvdlpntu \For particulars apply. to or address, > '
with Ore brick heating water In the with n <|iinrt of dweetenrd cri'iirn. EZRA F. HATCH. 1). I.. (JAITLDKN': W.,. A. WAKNOCK; t
MRS. IDA B. BRUXER, Proprietress. toiler (2)( I) and 0 I III the steam pipe Freeze lu the umiiil wuy. l'nl'l'lIervlnlot Caretaker: on premlne Attorney for Owner Agent for Owner, I
fhlch beats tbe greenhouse Tbe dlaFince Eon tHllle., Kl-.il.hi., Tltii vllleeKla. Jamaica Y. Y 9
--- lIlt wprlnklcHl with finely chopped
-- may
between the oil tank and the ..
DUtM.If -
NEW YORK oiler may be one-fourth mile If necesary. +-

.-Cor. Rural New Yorker IF YOU WANT A...
the bicycle, motorcycle and automobile
-- ---- --
tel prlnar need orrli.>.. will tn' ntlllxed'in our next war. --- -

Marlborough The startup of seeds of petunia., B. f.Vnpnil Ml let my*. It I* to be hoped Lot ,

angles, hollyhocks, cannna. roarjnie- they will be equipped with nonpnnc- .Building

Broadway 30th and 37th Streets NEW YORK. rite carnations, tuberous begonia, Cen- hirable tI",, ". ... , I cted 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric llcbu. Con- urea gyuinocarpn. coleus dahlia, beotropv. -

or American and European plans, and i* managed under the personalLnKrvlaho ( lobelia and vlnca for garden IfCIOO toward $100. or a lot with a BUILWNO KKAIir FOH OCCUI'ANCT,
of the owner ants should \be begun In February. A The reader of this paper will\ be '
LAY FOR AN OUANOK TROVE
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. .ballow tins In a window covered with leased to learn that there l I. at leant one
pane of gjuan In a. !good a way for treaded! disease that science linn been PINKAPI'LK PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN, .
able to euro to all its atngea: and that If
the amateur a* any. atarrh. Italic Catarrh Cure U the! on- We probably. have for sale Just what you are seeking.
and 41st Street,
tel Vendome Broadway A PromUlnat C.......... I y positive I cure known to the medical! Settler are locking In but atlll there I III room. If you are
CITT.EPR.JOF Catarrh belngaconatitutlon1 -
raternlty.
NEW YORK Indiana carnation of Ilve- till line to
Fiancee an disease require acoontltutlonal looking way drop a
and toile 11. bright clear pink color said to 00of Hair. Catarrh Cure U taken In-
bathe nent.
.
Pre.ldeot.
Vlce
with private 3rd
; 300 room slngloa en suite, other JAS. E. INGRAHAM
by
approached any
Worn, EUROPEAN $1,50; large rooms U'\ and wither a bade not eroallr, acting directly upon the blood ,
PLAN. Good room und the of the present, baa received anl surfaces of tbe system,
MAvatt lath *-, K<> and The management Is per carnation muconn 1LORIDA EAST COAST K'T, +
Aiuperviefon per day upwards. FRANK ORUBN, Manager the ilver medal of the Society of hereby destroying the foundation of
of the owner. America n FlorUtm. being! pronounced be disease and giving\ \ the patient ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

the finest carnation In the world. treotrth by building up the constitutionnd .
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assisting nature In doing lu work -

JOB PRINTING. .ld tlmmmru for POBl. the proprietors bar mo much faith IDU Subscribe ADVOCATE and all the"
Liquid Ll4 manor when, applied to laodred curative Dollar powers,for that any they caw offer that On It. for the get

peonl" during the growing season and all. to cure. Send for Hat of teatlmonlI -

Executed at the office of the at a time when tbe ground I* dry give .I Address ... J. Cheney Co.. To- News of the East Coast every week.
a good return both In the growth otthe edo O. Sold by druggists, 7'xj.: Hall'

ST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE. plant aDd al lze of the bloom. Famll1 Pill are the be.?.

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SCHOOL BOAMO MCCT1MO: APPEAL FROM BtNEVARO.l. f .. s
f- SSCWUYtER.SCHUYLER. ,
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YOU--5AVE- 0-. .1.b' .. ,_ I r ....... !Mona gate
Tike Resat -R Me.1. er AIwY> S
i dAer tlr:: !a. r.-..., JJL L ..... pV*. II"" II, Ck .a..pekp.es "6rml b'aa & WILSO
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r aeot .see
Sri wow
.... lk. L., -y
JI. ,a.- ens
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I .,, ..,.. I 1iAis v ...... ........ewB .., ** .... Warier 0..er. Tlsw "" i I TITUSVILLE. FLA.
of fal.. r."S.r i
I I. L 1wiiz wars -'Y eAeen 1 A.H..e. ..II *T*. Th fIorvtwy r

I .- t -. ...'... **..*** Ht IIMCoac r e/t.ilt. hirueiyt.sfa ski-see* ,: ',!.. INSURANCE
asri. 1A. FIRE AGENTS
tA tau pIra- hw/4a
-- frfare
-tis''irTtacfl weff tart sada. r__. The Y.t.eu ., ; I
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u sr'. ,.,....s"" i.m .n+ak Nil u.hf par'leptt.ti\ wt .
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aM ,. ..wedA r..e.wkerwsetw ,. tile pJae341ee >! $sre..ds J..IIIic.n_ Coot .
: BILLJHE f was. raesYad. ratI. LYwe4 caktf.4i pac
k .est JA.'t.-1
ICE AaeeaiiltaL'l'lnrwnaofl ItemMe t. i
,drhefwI wlearnsa .sJy '
.....f...waeet.rai .. w.w ae.t 1M arr& I'tI Wale H. ha." .0: I Your Business Solicited. Pre ; s.. ; _.

: Y C\L". AI i i fItI toe lam ttMat ia ___......asfm Iag all lffl vatiesi_.3ardYba' ..r- shoe "--.ot We Was Appertawe Yhaoo '"
I Ii f Mieee.1 ta.It Mq..1e ere taretr! k. the tt* Matt ttetlrry.J I
1 t -- ........ the hri.i77_ we *E..311 AI L
.
I ,,.u, aclr 41 a&.1" those pe4.t f
i f jll' I Ih! ttII7 rp Jr a I ,
SAV' Pat".. '* f"',.. eidz*. as.J tax ,Aye. .I the. aaaux otf a fnotrng maim wlm w ,.sramsa114w a eaw.e.r !:I rJ: a tJ ram !! nI.

lit- I.mIA MIc1rDGC ter fastr.ctl4w eeitf .. Me s/e4aklW .awl. 1 kk tr J etohs I -.. .. -. .. ... -- -
t r tot(,Yams MAP!t'tLJ f ..,- as tJm$ pt-. warn rta.al .. ..... bet aAnt41'a e4 1k. 1-4 filtllle. "WHAT CANT BE CURED I I. --

f, o ft.l ru'u'WrWftte ,If arurwlet. Iff rreesrA" uses :Sae4Mtsh... ..we o/Ir ye I a,... soar et[ tM&. MAY BE ENDURED1 I =;; -1-
......_ ss4 nallorM zyY : a'
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.. .. use.dewt ,.,atmfor a.I ,
aA #.ntI. .a
t t- .i... ..M"I to agrrtvi I was 611 siro..haeaetsr iati ,.i iT" -DEALERS nr-
i TN ifJ.."piv ac ....,. was read a.ptwaaJ "Z .
WA'7rJtl1TJt.-r.IJ1. r ilK psfet a at a.per JtoIIIt of itrtesir,.of .posslb ir eM stale! flu d)ia; s fill ,.*'re ia** wi, for tb_ the wfpfaMM GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD '
f. h.M sr.eemtf. sad te&trsat k. tit yo.r fcHMMA.akopor tKtnrf by 6re PROD,[
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,dosserMass/ r..... his mines. MC" is hoe ef.w vicnis.M i, a- ..q" uporvy teieoorewieocryeet We tattcC PEODCCE of all kind W. ant amenta f>.r 1t... ...n .

'. .... .. pdfa iII daty. whe'bi4 Ms Lasher sad h6aAedMv .' ICMW .te martS good sad yoaafn earn Ma' We deal..ehl..e'J' in tb* above Darn of good and aon<-, .

I r "-a.v.e...... .. ..... ; wile **'_ ass' 5SCevfaeC with. A with the mcweyany of oar aUIIIdI Write ns for price on Grain and all Groceries, de. -+. -. 1 t

&; rbt x .A..,. s 4Mw-.II rlh.ga CV iII :' 05& pity. sad i.heiM'er. sg.ks 6f. amt sc rirave inaarane eooapaaie: wf era. E. L. BRADY: BEO. T1"P ,1..r
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... w..saa.'Tkei fay J'1
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I"w: ...... kae ..",'n. ear ".. J I IYkrai .... wiD M bet few 827. Te ewd.p.y
t JfW&1K1f A." !t1fVr.ImWIT"t. ,., ,} rbh ". .wa l'a iII' ,i ..... -..,.-. aM ; Branning & Morgan ,
r. 1IIaw-. .. srPsstma "" maforlhiee
Wow. Ihl IUM1., i k V'........ aid ,.,... fee".21.. Ir R, .a.. jest s.. -fJ' leiire 'Ire aid: LU laamraace Agne., W. CARROLL
YUKIJJA.IAwgaeilock -t.l -2 11i.e703a ..... 1 wA, &I ewf ht.th.ew ht Jwf& hrllr ,
JACK.NiVti.I.1C, .1.-- """"'" : .30 ..,i ..Sall1",..... DgltCk.4T4.Bt..artl Tflt:!T1LLL. JLL -Dealer I_
/e this.eatton! A tnnalryYAtM r.,; .....,..... ,.......'* ......-/11I: )4. (XKasy, CttdJo er. .4.I ; ,

..hWj )I. WM.aw / 1;Tour. .wedsw ae. aas..M.r ." e"."...." GROCERIES GRAIN FEED/ FRUIT AND YEGEIH
H r. ..*.II"1IMM,.,r,....nw rn Mat_.. 4 [ ,
.... I ,
fur da.al4p.h*. taulgalJ, ,.., -",, <<-, { i....It -Co .
$ VZODIU0.T'heTloew & Graham
M* M fmtkm.. t A HAPPY Robbins Crockery, Gtaa and TinwareTITUSV1LLK Your ParrFLOP.1 ,a;. ..:j';
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T r I..ap. .soots wr '.........M Job f., 4a .
AHHEUSER BUSCH a" J,_..,..... tar % 0 1 ..: Cot.wf WedN1ay aayaT : I i l2. evp-.......) .-. ..-- .--- --
.. .. "" ,..._. ....." .....""" M .. .. .. "" .I was /atsTeeils.R. wwldt.q I. --
.4 r.Mafl.UI,*w.u: ... ,, 1AhfMawerfr1sele. .. ee : PAID UP CAPITAL 23OOO.WXThU
wlrw X,. E O.. IXBIAN RIVER ICE FACTORYT1TUSTILLZ
I repa4 ,'__ ," H'H 411I ..Ixlr..s.- ,. I
Brewing Ascotssaw.rM.i.v.J.K.a..td. I JU v. tee atr %e.... 111- { Movg*. ... ..rewaseaepp eefirIn4. lit.. U. FLA. :
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M. .. r'oe of t/.. wesehket is 'M !.(ate ,

.. Jars A )14"I,, '" lit fe. S. Id .- slY a....... WM aatMd la .a.crty to t.e4tf.14thupdtwllydt.f 31A.. :2ST: ID S, I* prepared to furnish Ice in any qaaoUty-Sacked or'tf* a:

Se.1'i r r'AM. .."py, Ie ,- se.d .,--. .....1 IM.iwaoa. ', paid Backing for Yachts or for family uae. Fair deauuz zlrta
t!*1 towr, war 4es...,ras.vtas f.r.ilaiw 'fW"'..* s"" .; The wr4riaq. -... ,a ....... aAir. .&y a : la tb. Indian Awes Country; On the SILnete T. T. WETHORK, Proprietor.
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I 4 Maw. ,... r. 4.ft. Lwmey w.. X rWM Help HAM,aswGxmtrftna.aAb1r..ra xaar" .. : : :I IAaLtk.S :.r 1 f4rw ?f tha fil.o4. VA t'. e.etractisg par 1"9"C'; at New River and on Ba;, .. .
AMAAy "
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f, ......".....TH.a.AF,.flI .. ...we "". ,."", _.... la :If, ,. _lOt_ permleewt geotltwte.I ,A ...b4'I K* aya Price to snit the time TTQSI \ I I'.T.TTT.I' T 13Y ST11 3I

NfM>. K I* "....,.?..Lew.., Yk IAraHastyJwe.nowet..Ilealtad twite /then eat.* auk taearMar%tr N 1"I.., I ".... Cer..t a.eataw. II* warorweafy iMIWmt.ztet.ai. Send for Land List.Oflee .

._16V least err1H.M.nratnuT .. ..eaul..wee'rJa tfc*Jita'e.
I, .... .. .. 41A ., ... : at TitiuriUe and Miami, Fla. .
JOSEPH ZAP p Te..r, iea.r 1aa>>Y .. .IM bite .onee ti_..;..*::. b. !soW bU eauli. FLED AND SALE y + \ = 1i.;.

,. r l..,....work dresr ei"n a ., % .. i a engaged in tt.. trait grawias ia I It
r .I NIre,.a kM 'oW M10 .... t. 41 ." ab. .e ew .... deatry.o tb. East Coat II* has a bout' I Ii ...STABLES- .: "

i Solo Agent. ,."I.."Pea.mMr,urr. traarprttnp. t loA Iw ...pwpIM 0N. hfl I.eI IJIt I'./.., t I of frfmol .lo ail yule''f tIM KtM, wb East Coast Meat Marie

""""""",, ..I,.,..,...". ..... ....... ,.. _.. .. 4Si % /'" will xtcn/i aogratnlaoticee. BAGGAGE ,. Po;!,'
rIO W> fWrt WM IU/MrlJACK.MOJVILLK .rTs.. 5e4 I.t. "s 1.TertM.Jan. i Tn bride I. trove MM wf (&. tint _.- I.. V. DCREJT Agent. ..

.. .. V av..AJntte .. Has tit the P...U a> f l ac.. and i. an :at TRANSFER: e;, II : "
r KM.XJL. "- ). "tI_" 11I es sew .1-teew I /... | tractive and "ID"uabed I"' ". Tb! 3! ::!2c A +

-- -- -.-- ..--.-- 4orm a.ov trmwi U.rp/at1er.V- I happy craftl win make; their borne fo ::> rIA. UIS"G. ET(;. nl.
Apwta/.. Jlct?.M Ind Jta 1.Twbrr. Bravado f:oeety. where aLe flTOM bv : i --.
xPino M0T2OWw "W.ry ... ... 61e' 1J.h.Hoaryrefnd.4toasee. ''' of tk* lout magsificewt a nntlp v.>> 0.ia0::::: .
ono
Jeeea.a 1I" : J. M. OSBAN & BRO
afMrtel.se... haew ft "...".,. .. _' 4 1." bones" l in the tttata I I c_::> f. :>> TITUSVU.I.E.Back of Geo. M. Robbios" office rU! I
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w Tat ftelKiAl l/t..i i1.,S.T O .

_...... SAarHeery. .. ... .. IW a... HIGH SCHOOL EXERCISES. s:>> A 1 Gesak.rf .. .. .. -
II f J..l.n rMede4 ...___Jee.ann.. > I I I r
wre.ewttre.Indganmv" ar ." '
_el Tag Kr4.rA Jest *'.. 4 The J Kxc hfor Literary Soefcif of tb( I. : Seeds For Summer Crops

T_...... $elarf4, .. ....... .. III III TitnavilleiIi hcbool, haa tb*otttrm lat C. y HCam.
for Friday (soda)) Oct. 1$, b.
program
Thr. being tut fortbor bualiMMn, Ibe =
.nu.1 at1J/.rne.ff to meet In regular ginning at 1 i5O p. m : ,1 eyTIT'CSTILLE

111/11I )flJJ1 mID" Nor. 2o
I 1. Kong.. .ttoeiety. FLORIDA garweed clean.
I II
I I 2. Nucleation .Burton Bethea

f I a HKKVAItl COt'KTr; TKKAML'KKK'" 3. to . . )I ary. HaileS. Vcw ::PE.Ai :

NTATKMKMT.Octobvr > -t. Nersicr,bit GENERAL DIRECTORY.

Aolo ... .IIel nWl1 oo. Whlpp, Clays Wonderful. Black Unknown Ladjfinger
f 10*. ,
.t. .
.tpaid
Clean stock Lowest Prices Conch Teas, 3"c ter <,1. ;;
H............" on h.nrt.H..., lit, IWfl t eel4, eA..ernt 0. Mediation Mark Brown. D.e.SEXATOB8.f. Bright ;

r.Mlred to 14.ptxA... .. .. sue 7TtAal 7. to .KIcbard Ko.>Mo.. P. r.Ilatwtw..... ... ...,.... ...Jw. _IJJ.. peck; M2buabel.. Garden Tooi l'ertihu1.
..,. .. .. .... Poultry Supplies, Stock Food, Insecticide.
8, Song .Hwrlety, I.Rllatawy... .. . .P.nma ta.
.... ... .. .., .. /l.le4 a" .
Ire w.rranI.. ,..1" In 14'.V'. 1'rrnC ', KEOATK.HmKilred C. II. OOM.KtSWKEM. L. CAMERON. Tr.o Seed ore
"., rldl'erwl t.rt.rynly ,..$".",.....,.n.r the miner ,la more in- I R.Mrt W. 1M.......... .. .. .PaUckaTamp. .. JACKSONVILLE: FLJ
That
... I 14 East Bay Street. -
,..... )MINeI' 1k."I.. ". 2,110".3" It. ..
Liquors, Winos Boers, jurloua to iw ciety than the apsndthrlftAIYISMATIVE. I, w.::s.Jew.=::- :: ':::::::'::::. ::. ')(oeika ::

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Ales, Stout, Etc. ".I.n. en It. U..C. .1. 'Ut" ifM Jlt.O"'Tfvr t:. S. LA5U omCE.

83f"H n ) inn your orifMrfTITUHVILLK harry I>rka Andrew rro-cber. H.H. <1HI..>. ..trhter.
A H''rK .*(.*"<:. M NCLI. A.'rn.IJrw.: "' rnnklar...... .....K......,....
,, .. Mllli OoaliJ.Coward .11. '"
sad l C <;OA, KLOHIDA,, .D..IHmltml In II'...r.l (',mntr at.t.N.Ihwi Mary (;,rrntb r* May I ,_ u,...-'Ie,YLwlda.ruR1UA .
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I -. _, -.,._. ._ ,,.."11..* |...r < luhfurr. ** _1'I'.C-' Lions George" (; LIJI3LATCRE.r. CARPETSMy

I II I ,. iwit ui ni'mthijr[iriPwiiM'I r._|M/rt.. anil.IMrliMik I IrMA 4-., "Iemaa'i :V. Mrtrk. FalM MmHl.... .......AraatnrMT.
HavH Two Prom Oeath. M.J UicIianlH
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Hurry iV. ( .4I.4MJM I"m.ft BACH ,Uan .a liiiuw. ..
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KXfcCCTIVE: 1I ".urnUXT.W..II..IDJa
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"Our little daughter( hurl an "lm ... (Iknmty 'C'O".ntl-t'It" !YOnd .. 1 2 11II attach of whooping cough aDd br',o- ., .. ..... ........n.irnnar'I. .. ( Fall Stock Arriving Daily
N /4net.at Hrl HTUAItT KLOHItM Yt n.l. ." .... IoJ: U cliltln," wtltea Mm W. K. Ilavllao'I{ of IArrn"Dk. I w. V. Knot...., : ... Tmaarer.IwiMwH. Show Than Ever
ri,,* anA iri/rfxltfint Knnil,... ... 3/.11 1" N. Y., "but when all other ., WMdUM.. Attomej-n.rl More New Patterns to
N Ye.lioaYrlwen.r.Ynnd ,... aAec remedies failed we saved" ber life with *. N.Klw, *. Hapt.) Public Inntruetlon.K.MrlJn. .
Marino Dry Dock. l4.ad Ynml. S.w l 1..".N". I .... ,n, 14 I H .. Cmom/a.WosrAa.koltar..
Our
.* *. *. M M *. 2.. .. .. 1M aT Ir Kln1( New inrovnry.. niece fflnixC. r_. ... .. ... UinptmltorI. .
. f ..II... .... 117" who had consumption In an advanced ..1 I.Clttlntit R. f iMtcv, .. ..AdjatenI4ieneral.fobn :Et.UG-S 1 :Et.U'G-S J !
, fttAcMnUt, and Mtoani and laa Klttor, M MM 11 M .! 4 . ,1Wl a also used| this wonderful medicine .' Hr,1fo .. I. M M M .. |Vlr .. 81 fit stage, well. Denterat .. E. H.... ... .. .... HUM ClMmln.xn Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season In sizes from fix1. to 'IX i. VeTapestries "
Anenoj torC'liMN. + i.pt* nf iMMWOMHl" r.r*<. Yned and today aha la perfectly ', mintjrHi tuxil-(toniiral Ktmil :::: : r throat and limit dlaeaaca yield to HCPRJEMK fXJUKT J['II'US. New Body Brussels New Wiltons Xew Smyrnaii

A. 8tr.llu ( r Uaaollne Knglnes.ICoittne / Ap..dal'fez.. "Ik..ha,11,1.1., l No.'** I..............".. .... 244 111 I" I>r. Klng'a New Discovery. an to no othr 4. H. Mafcrv. .. ....('blef' Jnntlre. tock Is the largest. My prices are the lowest. Mattings, Unoleumi.Portlers .
N N a.Tiitkl 11M '
.. .. medicine on 4111,1 b. Infallible for cooftb r. ...P.r1rr .. ...... ... A.welsNJuttce., Room Mats and Art
Bath
Of I H N "a.. .. 1701 ... ... ... .... .. Shades, Cocoa Mats, Rubberata.! ,
ItepnlrliiK' a H|>t ol"tljr, and cold.*. AOo.011 $1 Oo bottle (fuarantoed ". ,.Tar_. .

I .... ...... .. 7Jl.lo4-1 by all drng UU. Trial' bottle RAILROAD COMMIMnlONERA.'effwrenn : Squares. f3T Will be glad to send sample and quote price

t Nand l Stamp for Catalogue. free. .' H. Brown, chairman,.... ...Kay Want. i
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. J', Ia.av. County Trwwurac --- R. Miulaoo Ham.... ... .. ..........Uttl. River..M. .
r. --- --- I. Bryan,. .. .. .... .. .Klaelmrae. *.
Will ALL KINDH! OK JOJII'JUS"TISfJ CHURCH NOTICES. R.''. lion. ..let". ... ''' ....Ma..'l""nn.M :e:: E. OL ::eK:7: :
roincintxir, the ADVOCATE: office MId **>i'aart..n and office at Tallaliaawe,ria.ciRcriT .

do not fall to iamb u. a share ol"lIr Point COURT. FL;
IU.. Hawk will preach at City JACKSONVILLE.
27 WEST FOIL Y'fn ST.
E. Vosoy Hull work. We will plfaae you. next bunday morning at I')::!0 'cl'Jek tinny H.J_.TlrnsW..Circnlt J nil irk.
.I. l>. H.va!. 'trl.".Uf, ..-Prrmatutlnif Attorney.atiriorTarm .
and at Eau Oallla at 7:30 o'clock p. m. -Ifonrth MmnUT In Marrb. .- .
Kpworth League at Oallle at tI:"% p. m. rail farm-rrmnh Monday In Otobcr.BRBVARU ; .

Georglana.&IUa COtAFT" COCKT.<<

The Ladle*' Oulld\ of Ht. Ubrlel'k A. f). Penney.-. .. .. ... .... .... .Omnly Jndxa.: _&n.E: YOU .i\. '
.. BoatbuilderJKOUOIANA Kplwopal church will hold thalrOrnt} ,. I.f>anlil n. .. Proeecittne AtbimoT.L. .
Mary \VILH..1d! returned hums meeting thin fall at their room on Krl- L.. A. Hwwart. : (''mntyIl.rt.

:taturlay Him spent the dimmer rjilnanantly day afternoon Oct. 2hl.:' at 3 o'clock.A HprliiK Mnmnir T T.rm-4k.vmd rti.-rVronrl MnniUr Monday In In May.Aacnit.Tall .

monK frlaoila and relatlvei large attendance la deal r..l. Ti>rm. -HffroDfl Mrm
n Indiana, \VI.c
( KLA .. A. I'. Ilruner and ilaiiicliter, MUi Iruylni I COUNTY iICtlu or. BOARD Boat Builder or Owner
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R.I Mime. Snp.rlntand.n.t.tknarenture.Mendn
lath and l the iu-hr: Mice O'Neal, were
hauling ftt alii I Inda promptly : .1. M. I"n,elo.lrnl.".TI.u."III.;;
fraying or
..-- mt driving Monday afternoon and *to|>. Dual. '..N. Andewe.(.ores; J. K r nlt .H|>nic.,blulT.
all train
1;mil at Mrs Whlta'a and Auntie Ilugha. I attended to.. Mont ('(.U.NTV COMMIMtlOXER!: .

Hodgson .BrH. A, II. Darter had the mUfortnna to Dean promptly Foil, Vials attended A UOLTKX to. Tltuavllle.TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT. Hi J.*R.. Inillamila Walker'. chairman R. A. nnkllnr, Tltn.Tll1 Tllluian| John;John R.

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iNMit hla caw Haliirilay olglit. Hhn wan C I J.rtitm, Q.iar; .1. ,. ""II. Wbita Clt,. ReicuUrnuilun -If You Are Buy One OfWalton's -
tlrlKlit at milking time anti turned he ------- *are herd ",., Monday'n..11 montb.i
KAUOALLIK, INDIAN UIVKIt, KfA. *
In the iiiitnra soil at IO o'clock fnunil HREVARU COUNTY O.CJlM.A. .

Marina Hallway her liwi,(. They do not know _hat o"IIA..d D. "'."ne,.,Tltnirllle;. ".'.. .Conntr Jiirlin.
tar d"lIth. E You Never Xeedud A GoodTYPEWRITER ..i. U'lauliUn, Tltu.,llla| 1',.... Att r.
(litneral) MurclmnU and Ship C'liaiiillnr. ,.A, Stewart TltiiHvllle. ,..County Clerk Too:
The young [-.\>10 hail I inch a good| .,. r. W""ten. ('ocma..Tat A._...... Patent Calking
.|$|>"ol,,l Pacllltlit. knit at Mm. pell" Munson'a,' Krlday\ ...n. 3 II:. W. IUII.TIt...Tlll" . ...Tax '"Uect"r

For lUulliiK Out, /turing and Repairing, ntf (if last week, after tha bUlln".. m_tnf .R.I'ithn:.llnnry Mlm' Honavantura Tlt.urlll., ,.. ... 'Supt.Pub.! Treasurer Inst..O. .

( of the Kpworth: League, they havlovldnd < r ... rrlra, TI'u&Tlll.,. ..County Bunraynr.
Yacht. and Launch II I to have a dime social Krldayivonlnir Aa Much Aa You Do To-l) y.There' .1. I'. )n.Tltnuvllla' ,. .... ....... Hh"rtff. .
W. S. N".o..... Tllu...""..RaaUtratlonOttlcer.TITUBVILLK of Boats.In
"week "In the Invaluablelto Boatbullders and Owners
Maittloit the Aiivmur wh.n writing .. of thus tonight/ r
.. IIOIIKH Every body U cordially TOWN COUNCIL.
---- ---- -- -- ---- -- chool 3 3TYPEWRITER
nvltml to bring their dim and recite a j Hut One O. A. Fro.t.mayor Van Worley marshal and
1I> colleens:;R. K. Mmlii, jrn clerk anil traaareri Use all Florida and the North.
Sonic Special Offers. ,,dace, kind konu, tall a alory or pay an. John Henry tax a' aMor; J. R. Walker over
tlmr dime. I'roceeilit for the benefit of r. A. M..,..... I.. A. Brady, P.J. Hall unit J. L.imithera .
(' councilmen The Cfiunrll meet
KlorMit' Kf ult' anil Truck Grower tlilt Io.lClie. a'.1 Tnmiilay In each month.
The
mall ".. ant
the new monthly )Journal', do.ot"c1111'110o l | Two I"wkllit"hue f And Iliutlnuk gone Kla.ray blade. that U a,) constructed that I TITl'WVlI.I.r BOARD or TRADE.O. alks) Boats than any ot
\Kttwouii ,
and' plnra M. more Rapidly
'lull* to the lotorniiU of the fruit' veicitnule R..hb'neld.nt.IIt.| Dlxnn' tread,
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n. Jamea [..
( of the !Htalo, ,la published luring the last inonlli r .rvr.J.O. Iliui_-....cy. Meeta. aeonnd Weuiaday >
(jrowrrn 'oUom la aolllnff beautiful wrlllnir talc r It can do perfect work, end It lath night In each month at '''.Ir ,a"m..
at OoaU. at Il ynar., Mlnil.oo"lea" II to.
Din, Illuatratml with ana hundred Florlla r fiat ANI ACCKPTKD MASONS
timeasia1 months tiUInulHMirlptluii '
I"or" MmllKil Vlewa. 1''he proceeds to l h. iikml InelpInK r Inillan River Ixxlira, No.fat. bold. It* meetingsI..vond World-
will\ l hot s.nt to nnwauhsorlbKm to build a church at that plane, r i and fmirtb rnday erenlnpl of each Calking Tool in the
for aft: o nti. Or both the Fruit and nnth, at their h>dir* nNiin, Indian River. linteli
Truck Urower anil "Heml.Wnekly '.Im.... (Methmllkl). price 3(>ota. One wa orered r .,I i 1JU: n'.I.."" p m. J. L.C.mllh.n. W. M.;
from this plaaa and the mloUtar PITTSBURGVISIBLEWhen r.A. ..."'If....Seo'T.
with the TlirloeaWtwik
Union for .l.UX Or
sot two that were |boat In the mall. Hent ORDER!: Or EASTERN STAR.
WorM of Now York, both one year
.* a third one which wee rocelTcd.Vhare r rrlen.lnhlp Chapter No.II, holds its meetlnn
fur a..X1.| : could the oilier two liar gone' : tells you different In i the MiMonlo Lmltra room Tltiivllla, on th.r.CTU.edatlnsuch SoldPrice
I 1.. J. IIUU.MltV, I'ul ()(lala. KU. auyona month all:3110'01.,11 .m.i Five Thousand
11. to (MI liopeil, that they may yet be r ..lit the third ToI_"." In each month at Taw
'ollllrl.i for tlia moony for the church will 'nlook p.m. The the offinar ofIh.
I':alurt ,writer Jt | ulrlnir.Oll ot accumulate very taut If the tablet they're telling you black I. white. laliMlirai lit,.. fullowtnr.are worthy matron)
Mr. J. L.Carruthar worthy patron t MIM Kat
N.' l lost at that rate. !'Itewars. A.*... Matron| Mr. M. A.Herlmcemir,
,*r Typewriters, the standard .1,1.l ,l lhl : Head for one of our booklot.I """Kiratanri' Mr. J.M. DlxonTrvaanrer; Mr*. $4 and $8 each.

, ., bcilng adopted by all\ loading houia Broke Into III llwu<% illn tan.Cond'I.1 Kiln*,Conduotrea Mr. (ins.*t.W.l'Icobl."I...Zandl.., Ada 8uwa; Mn.r. ,,.,.

throughout the country, only OUll parta, ,.....
J. L. (.rnstb.ra RII'b, Mrs M. Robbins.
aualnat over 1500 la any other typewriter $. LeUuInn of Cavendlah. Vt., was Chas. H. Newell, Ketberl III..... r. A.M........... Martba; Miss Aleph
We keep It In repair avIonK .you own it.IlrlvotTypewriter robh..lol bill onntomary health by 'lnMlon I Iw.iertalMr..JR.Walker; Wanler{ Co-,*
Kaoliange: JaoknonirllU of Chronlo Conetlpatloo. When j Agent for Florida r. A. Morgan, fnapiaiol. I Mr.. T. T.or W. May be obtained of the Walton Setf-Looking Block j
Sentinel Mr.Cb. H. Walton
Kla. Ur. King'. New I.lfe I'llla broke Into his *, ; Man hal. EAST

I ouaa, his trouble wa* arr.nt and now EUSTIS, FLA. Atlantic Avenue Boston; or at the office of the
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eurwl. "1 liey're guaranteed xv- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale
e'a entirely ,
ypR.niling! uotlo a to cure, COAST ADVOCATE TItusvIlle.
are live .uU par (line per w..k, ,