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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 30, 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
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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NO. 10. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY, OCTOBER OO, 1OO3. PRICE 0 ,. Ni

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NEWS OUR SHOES ARE WINNERS, LET US, WANTED-Ten good flsheamen. Apply BREVARD COUNTY CIRCUIT THE CANDIDATES INVADEC AMONG THE HOTELS.

OCAL shoe you. J. R. Walker A Co. Fort Pierce Fish Co., Fort Pierce Fla. COURT. TITUSVILLE. -

of General Interest -Hon. W. A. McWUliams, of St. Au. -County Judge A. D. l'enney left Manager Jos, P. Greaves informs MB

Topics gustlne, was a visitor In Tltusvllle this here yesterday for Fort Pierce, expectingto Circuit Court opened In Titusville on The political speaking In the TltusvllU that ho will soon leave New York for St.

week. return today Monday, with Judge Minor S. Jones, Opera' House lout )Friday evening wa Augustine, to got Hotel Alcazar In read.

THE ADVOCATE -Mr. T. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus an,1 -Mrs. Albertlne Treutler, of Eau Gal. presiding,and Prosecuting Attorney Jas. well attended by our citizens and all enjoyed iness for the opening, which will be on

\\,50 per annum, in ad'..ance.I Daytona, was a visitor In Titusvllle last lie, was a guest: of the Indian River hotel D. Beggs/ In attendance. the addresses. by tho different candidate Nov. 2Sth.:

I 1.00 six: months, Sunday. Titusville, on Monday. The following cases were disposed of: *. The Addition forty rooms which Is

',Ik1)per an. to foreign! countries.[ i State of Florida vs. John J. Gentry, When the hour for opening arrived now being made to the St. George Hotel
SECOND INSTALLMENT OF PAL DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell the following -
the
seated
white, was sent up for two years for there were on stage St. Augustine, Fla., will be finishedearly
Rending notice ads. are ten cent and winter Millinery now on sale at J. Miami, if you want to buy improvedor forgery. candidates. Fur United States::! In December. This house will be

neon this page.: R. Walker & Co. unimproved lands. Prices to suit State of Florida vs. E. M. Miller, colored Senator, Governor W. S.I::! Jennings: and under tho management of 111'V.. U. t

of Fort Pierce, -Mr. F. O. Schell, of Lake Butler, a all parties. pleaded not guilty to forgery; the Jno. N. C. Stockton; for Governor Napoleon Iltiestls.Mr .

r. T. D. Feaster, former resident of Titusville was an 11.1'. -Rev. Father Barrett and niece Miss Jury brought in a verdict of not guilty. B. Broward of Jacksonville; for
last Sunda
visitor In Tltusvllle ;; rival in town yesterday. Genevieve who have been In Titusvllle State of Florida vs. Amos Jordan, colored Congressman, J. M. Barrs, Charles B. II. Yard manager of the Fort h

oDd ay. some six week or more lefton Thursday breaking and entering to commit a 'Doiighorty'and J. E. Alexander; for Secretary Grlswold Hotel, opposlt New London,

WADDELL MIAMI, real estat -Mrs. S. IT. Oove.of Daytona was the for St. misdemeanor, pleaded guilty and was of State James K.': Broomej; for Conn., has leased the Hotel Bollevlew,
,
\ some choice bits of rea guest of Mrs. '1'. T. Wetmore, in Tituivllle Augustine. sent to the penitentiary for two years. Attorney General, Alfred He. Clair-Ab. Bellnlre, Flit This house Is elegantly
has
ler from until Monday. WHERE DID YOU GET THAT SUIT citizens and Mr- furnished and l Is most delightfully
I'for sale. Call upon him. Saturday:: State of Florida vs. George Peters, col rams; several prominent ,
Why Walker's, of course, prices John K Walker chairman of the mooting located.
-Attorney W. W. Krvln, of Miami, ored, breaking and entering with intentto ,
Ida Dodson, who is teaching from $$7.i" to 2.VOO:!: they are all '
ice range .
nolleproRHud.
Thlsoase
with hex was In town this week attending Circu commit a felony. was Air. Herbert (/. Legg, proprietor of
ttsliiloh, spent Sunday hummers, try one. Hon. Alfred St. Clair Abrams was the
Court. We acknowledge a pleasant call the Laurel House Kantorsklll Kails, N.
.
email, sister In I Titusvllle.t on Tuesday. -We call attention to the new ad. of State of Florida vs. Charles Cash, col. first speaker Introduced by .Chairman, Y., hits leased the !Hotel Indian River,

tF.. Olmstead of Fort Pierce Mr. Fred. A. Losley on our 8th pugo.' ored, breaking and entering to commit a Walker \Mr. Abrams wits well received. (tuck" ..tlfe. Fla., and will conduct it In

pleasant caller at this office M ,n.- REMEMBER I E. WA1HELL, 1I1i- lie will l>e pleased to see hit Kant: Coast felony, pleaded guilty to> breaking and lie stated his cause clearly and concisely i an up-to-tlute, manner His lease Is for
bile in town attending the Circuit ami, Is the man to go to. if you want friends dining Carnival Week. entering to commit a misdemeanor and referring to his opponents In the" race I In I two yeurll.
a good Giove, Pineapple Plantation or one a dignified manner whenever he had oociisUm s
got year.
Vegetable Farm. -Capt. Jack Lathe of New York, arrived Stare of Florida vs. W. M. Ross, white, to dn so. lie was never bitter Mr. Chas A. Merrltt, formerly Jacksonville

'OU SAY FURNITURE, we have -His Excellency, Governor Wm. I t:::!. in Titusville last Friday, and is pleaded not guilty to the charge of forgery during his brief address anal received anovation who managed the How" land Hotel

o Iron bed, spring and mattress fni Jennings, honored the ADVOCATE with a busy getting his houseboat Rose Marie, the jury brought In a verdict of at the close. Long Branch, N. J., the past sum
4f.o. b. Tttusvllle; send us your; In readiness for a cruise down IndianRiver. Hon. James E. Broom, candidate for mer, Is now managing the Manhattan
The not utility.
while man
call Tuesday in town. :
,'rJ, R Walker & Co. regrets his, absence on this occasion State of Florida vs. Forrest Davis, Secretary of State, followed Mr. A brains, Restaurant corner of 7lrd! street and t

Gallle ger oolored not guilty to grand larceny and was highly complimented when Introduced Columbus avenue, Now York.Mr ,
r.Fred. K. Colby, of Eau ,, -Mr. Allan :N. Medd had his yawl pleaded
guest oft lie Indian River hotel,, -Mr. and !Mrs. .1. T. Knox and littl rigged and painted and left; Titusville the jury brought. In a verdict of to the citizen of Tttiisvlllo. Mr. Curl Knapp, manager: of the Char r,

title, ycster+iay. Mr. Colby has child, who have spent Home time at the yesterday, for Miami, where! he will be guilty, he got two years. Brooms impressed his hearers with the endon Inn, Seiibreogo Fla., has been
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Norwood, acid State of Kloildavs. John Peters white, f'ICthat' he was, a good speaker, and won
me down from Michigan. engaged! in Installing the tannic spending: a few week' In Boston,stoppingat
North 'I'ii\ usvile returned to /San Mateo and of his hearers by his
in factory. pleaded guilt: with breaking! entering the favor many The Berkeley He Is now enjoying t
r. B. F. Ivea, of Philadelphia, who Tuesday.Mr. with Intent to commIt a mimlomanor complimentary references to THusvllle some Maine hunting, and will return '

I Iin Titusville last week, Is expect. -\ Harry Wilson foreman on the -Mr. G. E. Coon a prominent citizen I and waa sent to the penitentiary for one I and her people He referred at lengthto : i, about the middle of next month.

r amlly'[ about Nov. 10th to spend Daytona Halifax Journal, and \Mr. liar of Jensen, was In Tltusvllle several day" his record as a member of the l..oglll'lature

inter at their home at LaGrange old Moore, chief draughtsman for Contractor this week, leaving Wednesday for year and the work he had done at Manager !Henry W. Merrill, of the Roy '
.
FREE FORtleofyoursparetime. S. II.Coveof Daytona, spent Ins Jacksonville. We acknowledge a pleae ORAN1 JURY PRKBKMTMKMT.To :: time when the Democracy of the Slat al Palm, Miami, hiss been enjoying a y'
PRESENTS
1FUI. /bend Sunday with friends and relatives in TI ant call the Honorable the Judge of the was In peril, and when It required the visit with Mr, (). D. Soavey, of Hotel
stamp
:
Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Clroul best efforts that the party could put Anplnwall, Lenox:, Mass. During his
articulars. Address, Richards, tusville. -The colored! camp meeting whtol :State of Florida" Brevard County, presiding forth. i.ikeMr.Abramshe spoke oDly absence, his partner, Mr. Hatch, has
I 1& Co.. 27 Iflth St., Toledo Ohio. -Dr. S. W. Carroll has closed his gro; had been in session in Tltusvllle, for ten at Fall Term l( (0l. We, the Gram In favorable terms of .his opponent bean looking after the Interests of the

r.and, Mrs. J, D. Price, of Ormond, eery store In Titusville and Is now takIng days closed last Sunday. It Is estimate In Jury for the State of Florida, enquiring when referring to them, Indicating, however Royalton hotel, New York. '
and will a few day. rest. On November lathe that fully three thousand were town for Brevard county at said tem, but better claim In view
had
4t Bretton Woods, N. II., that he a ,
the
Marsh has leased
where he will devote during the last days. Mrs. Cornelia D.
to
atllrettoQ Hall, New,York, for a goes Daytona, leave to report: of his past services, and the fart that tho
, his whole time to his grocery businesi of Filend We have examined the'reports of of Hotel Newton 2IV/H\: 1 Broadway, Now
will be held his
t>reks ere leaving for the East Coast -There a meeting present Incumbent position all ,
Ida. at that point. ship Chapter No. 11, Order of Easteri firers furnished us, and find them antis the successor of a worthy sire, who Inn York city, for a term of twenty-one years
rental. *': ) !She
tho aggregate being )11,0011. :
-Look At your name and date slip, Star, In the Chapter-room In the Indlai tactory. We have also visited the office been kept there for years by the Demou : {
L P D' conductor of the will\ plane Mr. Arthur I.. Marsh, who
>eBz,
pt .
the several officers and luiv
of
and if for subsrrlptioi River hotel, Titunvllle, Tuesday evening( county of Florida. He was loudly applauded
you owe us your racy iw
who has \bean Identified with hotels In Flo-
I branch of the F. E. C. R'y.,
attendance no recommendatlots to make with refer. of his address.
kindly send it slung There is no us< next. A full 1III'eq'loR'ed.Qllire at the conclusion
ant the summer with his family In tide: for fourteen years, as manager.liostoti .
for us to send l out bills, as the nAme ant coca theieto.The N, 11. Browaid, candidate for Hovor-
wll\
rroi! returned to Titusvllle last'ins a large: crowd of-people rlerk's ofllcu will he creditable )
date: slip on every paper: or wrapper showi Carnival In Jack new a nor, and the only candidate for that of s palatial hotel-tha (Somerset:
the Gala! Week
ry.r. the dale: to which you are paid. go to : building to our county '1lIcll'rov\lle\ lice present'spoke' hi lolly. Ho refarroilo -U being, well patronized by the travel-
1'' -> Schuvler, cashier of thespciirny KOIIvllle, next week, from Tltusvllle, ni, a safe deposit for our records his lecord and the\lines he had fough Inn publlo. It Is an up-to-dato hotel In
-Superintendent R E Mims, at the well as all other parts of the State. lire ; condition and nontty .
rr WI\8ID In
: Hank, Jensen, The j"III. good upon during innny n memorable campaign every respect and Is highly spoken of.
die II 'couple of days the $rRt of solicitation of many friends In all parIs. vard county will be welll'cpreHtJnteIThe knpc. The house )provided fur the stating that he had! always opposed Mr. P. M. Kdwards Is the chief room

ek, Ills many friends were glad of the county, has reoonxldured his Intern = town election was hold last sheriff as jailor Is In had repair, leaking the coiporatlon Influences In poll cork and cashier; Mr. F. (J. Flnney, assistant

bin tlon to retdgn as Superintendent of Pub lonbYlffid passed off very quietly, end In every shower, we recommend that thiscommissioners Uo, and that ha Wd doing so at thpreHout cashier and Mr. W 11. II. Laws,

r.lien, ,loliDHon.of LaGrange, who lie Instruction, and will serve nut hit candidate nominated at the citizeui do have the roof repairedat time. I night clerk Mr. Edwards, who has been

played "M (the East Coast Hotel, term. His many friends in Urevard: will meeting receiving the full vote. For the onoe. We find the building Inadequate lion. James K, Alexander was the connouted with some very fine hotels Is

10Y n ,ipbullding the Breakers, at be glad to hear of this decision.A next year, Titusvilln will be governed b) In size for the purpose for which next speaker lie said he had been "run' always ready with a pleasant word for ,

leach, was a visitor In Tltusvllleilav pleasant party: of young; people the following ollleerx: (I. A. Frost,, It Is Intended, and we recommend that niDI{" for Congress) for awhile but thai the In-coining, !{lIeHt.

and Monday. from Melbourne spent last: Sunday in Tlhisvllle. mayor; Van T. Worley, marshal and the County Commissioners at once enlarge after visiting a few counties he found Thin management of the fit. James
new
In the party were Misses Amy,, tax collector; R. R. Pylon, clerk and the same, or eicnianew building that he was 'flying" and now he had
will take
r. and Mrs. Robt. W. Simms, of Minta and Lucy Roiles Miss. Gard and treasurei,; John Henry, assessor; L. A... Hiitnclently large to accommodate the of. "lit," having heard enough already to Hotel, at Tallahassee, charge)

'vllle who have been as far as Messrs. Salina, Sam Martin\ : and Chas Brady, I'. J. Hall, John R. Walker, F. fleer occupying: It, and to make the said convince of election. He said he was on November ha made to th.the Manylmlrovementawill building. An addition .

and the White Mountains! on are Khodes. They took advantage of the A. Moigan and R. L. Mollow, aldermen. building healthful to live in. We think unlike his opponent, R. M unlock Burrs' ,,
trip, are now sojourning at IIo- excursion rates to spend this should be done at once.We In that he neither purled his hair nor containing fifty rooms, Including
campmeetlog Mr. and Mrs. Wm. JI. McKarland, sample rooms for traveling mon, will boone
borough, New Yolk, where they extend your Honor our thanks for his In the middle, and that no man
any friends the day In our town. I IIIII' who have spent the entire summer with and the officers of court name of the most noted. The dining roomwill
your courtesy, who did either had ever /gone to Congress -
Allen and i ilion and Sell Brothers Circus, \ ho enlarged) to double Its present
and Mrs. Theodore II. Forepaugh fur assistance rendered ns In discharge from of the tOlllhel'nit"Iell./: .
87"YOI'1I foot race between Jack who left New arrived In Titusvllle Tuesday. night, and any size, and otluir changes will be made.
N. Y. labors
,
of Brooklyn, of our duty. Having completed our He also said that he was unlike his other
K, of Cocoa and Christian
Harry board the stopping at the Indian River hotel. The name of the hotel will bo changed I
Instant are
nine Pork on the 2ird: on I we now auk to be discharged.K. : Mr. Dougherty, who had mi
will take place at Cocoa have arrived The tour of the circus has carried Mr. opponent, from Nt. James to The Bloxham in hon
Ma 3lyde steamship Arapahoe, C SUMMKKI.IN, Hn, Foreman hair at all. He Haltered the ladles find
)) afternoon. The race prom- fine win. and Mrs. McFarland to nearly to nearly or of Tallahassee's beloved citizen andFlorl.la'
Oak Hill where they own a N. A. Clerk.
STU.MPK
l it them he was candidate for matrimony
told a
Kinds of excitement, as bothare residence Mrs. Augustus Pltou and all parts of the United fctateg:: but>> at the : that former (Governor lion W. D.Hloxham. .
: OIIAND JURY. even If others had stolen plank '
confident
of .
suoceae other ladles were on the steamer at New close" of the season they return to Tltnw- elected .
If
Mr. and Mrs. ; C. F. Fischer, D. F. lisle, A. I', Grub- of 1.11I1 platform. Us promised
the winter.
Chas and Mrs. Allen. vllle to spend
H. Walton editor and bid adieu to Mr. i of
pro fork to to Congress to make a representative The Hotel Palms, West Palm Beach,
Wiimmerlln U U. LaUoche.I.
of the McFarland are glad to get; back to T'Itus.villa er, B. A. ,
ADVOCATB, who bas spent l would be ashamed.Mr. doors last for the
not
Its Saturday
of New whom the people opened
t ten -Dr. Ilarwood Huntlngton, and their. numerous friends are F:. English Geo. K. Chester, H. F.
weeks In New York and the Alexander championed the cause of of IiKRI 4.. This Is an unusually
at Ly- season
fork, who owns an orange grove them welcome Mr. II.i. Hull, J. S. Keene, E. C. 8umm&rlln. C.
11111au l giving a warm i
< States, arrived in Jackson. asnUtanlipprnlser : lion \\C. W. Davis candidate for Governor early opening but Mr. Stowers has received
, Uw Clyde: atta, was recently appointed ( Cross: brotber-in-law of Mr. Louis II. Munch, C. U. Bemenderfer, L. lien-
; steamship Apache yes.sad of New York and and paid high tribute to him as an so many Inquiries for rooms that ,
will for the port Sells, one of the owners of the circus; coke, J. M. Cuban, W. R. Kemp, O. K.
reach Titusville today.tf the Treasury departmentf Chas Harris.PKTIT honest man, an unsurpassed orator and It was found peceinary to open the hotel
his offices are In and Mr. Harry Creamer, one of the manager Coon, N. A. Stumpe,
';'airoll will leave Tltusvllle, the big government building Wa..h- Mr.fcFarlan,1: to one upon whom the people. of Florida for .reception of guests, away In advance
accompanied JURY.. all times and under all tIle In former
Parties indebted Christopher streets. Dr. could depend at of time set seasons
requested to him are ngton and to reach Lyratta Tltusvllle, and will spend the winter. John Houston, R. S. Smith, K.: II. circumstance Tho mention of Davis ]During the summer the hotel ha. been
to settle
their account Eluntlngton expects here In tlshing and hunting.\ They propose Rice J. W. O.ban. J. M. McCrory, R. with and feature
n. S W Carroll who will 24th. name was greeted prolonged ap : thoroughly renovated every as
December
re- the Haulover
Tltusville bout to erect a camp at canal T. Uerndon. C. F, Olmstead, 0. J. Del- pause and showed that he had many of the service brought up to the perfection

Counts and for some two weeks to -Mr. Al Trahern, a popular and well where they will spend a good portion ten re, U. E. Mlms\ Jr., (l. It. Stewart, supporters present who, were appreciating mark. There Is rro hotel In \Ve t ,
collect all bills due. '
\ wish them
\ mown musical composer and playwright, of their time. We every Joseph Mendel, J. C. Moriow. Mr. Alexander's words In his behalf. Palm Beach mora popular with the '

Thos, Cantleld and two child of New York, whose wife (known as Jessie succex In hunting and tinning, and hope Hon. Charles Dougherty was next Introduced public than The Palms and no doubt Mr. :
St. Augustine and Miss land In the St. Lucie they will enjoy It sufficiently to visit TI. made splendid speech will have successful '
Sophie \date Hall) owns For Kent or Leune. and a and Mr.StoweI'/: a
tt. of nmPton, Va., spent a few liver section, expects to visit Tltusvllle, tunville every winter.Gardner'a. Replying to Mr. Alexander's reference to season ,

Tltusvllle the first of the week, Uuart and other points on Indian River Th Thomas cottage, a small boarding hair n. said that U was brains tbst were ----- ,

tan? Nl and MrsL- wJHeld lIal1e. In a few weeks. Mr. Trahern will\ be accompanied Flyer. house, centrally located In the town, of needed In Congress and not hair. lie Hotel OMUOIIH. Wanted. "

Ii and Minn Banskett are sis- by his father, Mr. A. P. Tra- Cocoa. A fine opportunity for the right bas served this district In Congress.

hails lern; and brother Mr. C. E. Trahern, of Window Shades :3x7, 40o. psity. Apply to, MRS. M. A. THOMAS, Hon. J. unlock Barrs followed Mr.Dougherty -

Wwcon Kansas City. The two latter gentlemenrill bathtub enamel Via. tf tocoa, Fla.Cottage and made a red-hot speech Wanted, In small hotel, position as ,
and White .
,'"pent Mrs. B. F. Brown, \ spend the winter In the neighbor Children's Ladles' flats igalnst the trusts, 'he Times-Union and housekeeper, 7 years' experience; would
the summer at Ashland, decide to have Mens' Boys' like to furnish some help that I now
and have
of Stuart, may Flagler but as both many
ad' hood Ur. ,
Drawers 75c.
'tlmore' Elastic Seam for (tent.A .
Md., returned toe ome land cleared for pineapples, as wella Screvens tumbler. rrlettds hers, hi. remarks bad little; have, also place for chef steward, pastry
Tuesday. Owing to presire Glass rolling pins, jelly Book and butcher. All llrst-class ,
erected. him
much bhtheirroutdtb'rmany have a house weight and certainly gained no hoes .
Improved are see of business in New York, Mr. AI. C. A. GARDNKK, Tltusvllle, Fla. 12 room furnished cottage on Barton roles otherwise bis speech was well re Best of references furnished from
for rent for the winter. {
friend. Aye Rockledge
hne glad to Trahern will be unable to stay on Indian rived by the people of Tltusvllle. mil State Institutions. Address,
.
agal n, Apply to, JAMES L. Wlt soR,
liver longer than a week or two. Mr. Furnished House. Wanted. lion J, N. C. Stockton was the next "Ilovaxaxzrsarleneral !
I'la.
,James fine piecesf Or, Kockledge, He Delivery) Worcester, Ma...
E. some ,
Alexander: candidate Trahern has composed WIIKKXKR New Haven Conn. ipesker sod made a lengthy speech.
A.
,
<.eis, called for his talented wife, of the Railroad
on the : music, especially welt( on the benefits
While in Alexander of note. Wanted, a furnished house of six or Commission and the '
townM' rho Is a singer primary Housekeeper Want Ponltlon.
Kfwth the voter of the IT WALKER: eight rooms (not less 1 than three bedrooms For Cent, Cocoa, Fla. tondemnw the trusts bitterly and paid

aional district and fO DOUBT ABOUT Goods, ) at Tltasvllte, Cocoa or Rockledge ils respects to the Tlrne.-Union. Usiharged -

let a majority of the, voter says ln Co.. can supply your wants Dry for a party of foar-8'entlemaD. wife, son that paper with trying to effect A managing housekeeper, middle-aged '
,not Shoes, Furniture etc. for January, Februaryand Sixteen: room house, Including bathroom with excellent references
With the possible Notions, and daughter; ils ruin by falsely publishing that his American woman,
a!and Dade. Duval has ercep-two March. State rent, full particulars fronting Indian River; orange, snk bad failed, at the time the First having several years experience In. I

loos in the same and In Property For Sale.If and location. lemons, peaches bananas, mulberries istlonal flank of Florida failed and managing a hotel at Atlantic City, would
r woe, L. BEKOC, laded four bedrooms, sitting room,
Alexaader CHRIS. ; It continuouslydoing all It Ike to haves position of trust for the
'Is bat wag
YDte. If not lure of getledlan have any give me fall descriplon.ndpr.ee. Box 15. Adelphla, N. J. library, dining room and kitchen completely lould to damage him. Mr. Stockton did Inter In Florida Has experience and (
a"aynpon. you furnished. la business center
,
he feels thel.tay C. T. r. tot op.a bis "pepper box" as was es rood Judgement In handling help. "'
Address
MEtdAred tor fire months or "
Fla. year. Address ""Mas.:. B. M.
Wanted. ted aDd with few exceptions his ,
Gilds ,
Sealed pee
K. WOOD
O.
1The 2t
:; J.
; Pique Flannellette I Cocoa jla. .pe cb was well received. Atlantic City N.
our tf ,
Price 150. j. R. Walker Jen-
Governor
last was
speaker
Tbs
For Kent. Sealed bids will be received by C. o.
i Fischer Cottage Superintendent of the Arbela 0101[.. When be was l Introduced tbs au- Sulphur Springs for Sale. 1
Jinnocn Lost
wild and applauded
almost went
hence ,
Sal- Titusville plenty pure Sawalrs Point Dade county, Fla., -
;
For house In Place, fnll of
e. 7 room of November for him to the scho. Ills speech warn :
water. Apply to. i >n or before the 20th he too s. The famous Avon Sulphur Springs lo-
linking aDd intent but was
miles south of Cape Caoiver&l bought ,
.pk I FISCHKB, and completion of a two- About forty
plants! for sale. C. F. I the: erection Pierce Inlet 'erslo hiserltlclsu Senator Tallaferrorbo ":used at Avon, Livingston count*. N. Y.
to Ft.
Apply sad one
J t% Tltasville. Florida. residence. Drawings or near ,
frame hundred of land Includ-
Rif> -v On0v3 story tad frlands In the audience. About one acres
EB, Georgian. Fla. be seen at above named iouble-end purse seine boat, 2ft feet long many
.,ipeclflatlons can the right to with a :200 lb. lead tom weight; one It was 11 ::10 when the meeting broke ng about twenty acres of beautiful park,
place. The owner reserves Iva of sulphur water and a firsts r ,
The bad been Intarparsed springs
Sale. speeches
for and two-bors Studebaker
tearnboat
between mall boat a ip.
choose i
Wagon all bid. or o
i For Sale. reject any or Inside. Broke adrift from the rub choice selections by the Titusville ... bait mile race track 'I'hesesprings

vhe, IjanJn large stock ofInch tbe: lowest bidder. the outside of wagon schooner "Gary" Thursday night Oct. Orcbe.tra. which were highly!: sppreclatid. iroduce the finest sulphur water known
steamer 10:10: 14 In.draft. I now have on horee Each bid must state on Several of the distinguished speak- for further particulars address,
rake a and 3-inch tireone- wagn. the owner's (Jerome Twlcn- ft. SuitAble reward will be paid for !
good tire
hou.eboac. tba envelope C. S. CKAPPCITIX:
: 4.d6 have to come again and ad-
bear delivered at Florida Fish 101 'OHE.:aah. HARRIS that can be It. E. ) once.Titusville ell) and contractor's C. O.name.JAJCJKMIM: Supt. isme. Miami or Jacksonville. Irsss the people. tr f 23 Exchange St., Rochester, X. Y. ,

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hand. He will soon dIscover A PART OF THE PLAY. Georgia Southern
". - - IC every
them where be bad not supposed they; Drought

existed until he began to look for IIUslBSC That Some nasslaa

them. Observation will sharpen bls r to a I'rlaon Cell. EDUCATE THE NEGRO" & Florida
The coursu of true art dot's not always Raito
vision in thin respect'' and be will soon;
run smooth In Russia ns for example -

come to the conclusion that the scope In the theater of Yallzitvetgrad. t y "8aWRn e IU"., ,..",". ]

of an improvement society is a broad In the fourth net of u certain play there By Rev. P. T. STANFORD (Colored), '
and that enlarges as the work Operates the
one. one "DIxie, '
Is a theater within a theater, as InShakespeare's President Christ Medical and Theological Flyer, ,'

goes on.Social. Ilnmlet," only that Schedule Hm-i, ,
features should be made a part College, Baltimore t I J'II'

attraction some of the dramatis per owo have to ll\,,.
of local Improve-
of the a I ,
"
mix with the public In tile galleries -- o Lv l'Rlatka. .... 'I net,
ment society. Have regular meeting Lv .Jacksonville. .. ..: : : ',. I
at which are read on various and to hiss the chief actress, who duly Ar Valilo.t ..... .. .. ",' "? '
papers faints. As soon us the gentlemen had HE race of America ia not ignorant. In the Ar Tlfton ?. .. ..." lit
phases of the work discuss the campaign the and negro ArCordole,. .... .. .'. ''I" tAP
and aim to draw everybody Into tuken their places among gods year 1833 John C. Calhoun, senator from South Macon.." ".'" '' '' ,?: 14: ,
the
begun to bins and whistle policeman C. of tla Iii
the ulscusHlon, let music and literary; ArAtlanta.J ... ..
down upon them Carolina is reported to have said that ;IP HE ,
exercises combine to give variety to on duty came N. C.;A St. L: .11I 74

like wolf on the fold and before they Ar Chattanooga.... ,.. .
a
SINGLE NEGRO WHO UNDERSTOOD t ,
have FIND A
these Once in a while i II COULD ,
meetings.
Advertising( Is tho mainspring could utter a word of explanation be ArNaahvllle./ ?.. .. .. I n
I ,
SUPI.er-ln short be sociable and get III. Cent. R. R. '"'e'
of business. It keep- the machinery and his colleagues, "nabbed" two, removed THE GREEK SYNTAX HE WOULD Ar II.. Loul..... .... ,
in motion and leads to acquainted with your neighbors, and them by force and took them to Ar Chicago ,II "' ; 21
HOPE FOR HIDE
let your improvement society be the BELIEVE THERE WAS I LN.R.R.' .
profltiililo. progress.-George p. the next police station where they ArLoulHvllle... ,. .., '
Itowell & Co.Illooralngdale. bond of union which will develop] were charged with disorderly conduct At that time it was a very safo test. God acceptedthe Cincinnati... ?: ... ;; .?, .II, fir
friendliness and harmony in the com C. Jt" M. I. R. R. IKMi

Hros. of New munity. at a public place. They protested that challenge; in behalf of the negro race and inspired his white ,, Ar Chicago . 1-, '",
dlty the Solid trains from ,
had only done their but Jack i" ,,,
15.000) advertisinga The financial) benoflta derived by any] they Trains from Falatka \
York "pent to sons and daughters both in the north and south to teach their conm t g
their explanations IMta
special sale to last one wek. village or community from a local improvement police laughed trains airing north from .'i.,, k" ?,,, ,' ;Iv;
scorn. The public left the theater en brothers in black and few afterward black Local Blnnpera on Dixie' Fltclr' ,
men were examined "
a ?' Muj
It In said their profits on Itamounted society should not be over- to the years remaining In depot mull T a, ',,

to $25,000. looked. Let a town which has been masse to see what was happening and the world pronounced) them scholars while later still Pullman UulTec Sleeping, ,?,'i j,, 'u", ,, ., .,
actors, but the latter had already been vllletoSt. LoiiUvlaaliovor. ut, ./ ,II, ,,."ul
"going downhill" for years, so fat a 8 of cars on Dixie Flyer i' 'I'i "" ,"
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. . . . 0. . Its appearance ia concerned, take upon consigned: to the cells. The crowd In the echoola were using a GREEK GRAMMAR WRITTEN BY eat sleepers, on same. train train,,,,0,-,", ,'*Ihoan'' all'-'
the station house grew change -
itself the new life and enterprise which the street before A BLACK MAN W. S. of Wilberforce O. In his
Thin paper offers the best rapidly In numbers, and Its noisy Scarborough Nor Hchedulen and othoi ni, ,, ,,'H.t" ,J. Add'

meillum for .oeoe'ssfnllyBdvertlslnv la the direct.result of A'hearty co-op protests; threatened to culminate In serious class were Frederick Douglass, Henry Highland Garnett, Robert Dl.trlctPa.Ji'An7MlVOr .
business.ItnlPK oration of Its citizens in the work of ) 81
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mane the 'xUenPaaa.Agt.Mteon ''' I.
am low .. clrealBtlonwill general Improvement and it will surely: disorders. Fortunately,before man the Elliot, the Rev. J. C. Price and John M.\ Langston as defendersof C. RHODES, 1II'fl
ager of the theater appeared ( i i
financial benefit
substantial
realize
warrant.TOWN
a
superintendent and by the light of a the race.
from it. The price of real estate will

. . . . . .111I Improve IM much as the place does. It: lamp declaimed, with manuscript In Under tho leadership of such men, assisted by our white friends
hand the whole fourth net in order to

a man in search of a new home come show that hissing was an essential part and backed up by our colored race journals, our onward march to WOKMSMo.tla
be will be much
---- -- into such a place more

BETTERMENT.THE \ likely to invest his money In it than In of the performance.! of the Only law then release did therepresentntives the civilization is phenomenal, and by these means WE HAVE REDUCED

a town that has no such showing of Innocent actoua.Nativity. ILLITERACY 50 PER CENT.In Quantity. Bee "QUIl.

public spirit. The spirit of Improvement -

ORGANIZATION OF VILLAGE IMPROVEMENT Is in tbe air, and it given a health of the Potato.There the south we have over $12,000,000 worth of school prop- 'VV"EXXTE'SCreaVI::

' tone which makes the stranger fee erty 3,000 teachers 50 high schools 17 academies a 125 colleges
i SOCIETIES. is as much mystery as history Vermifid
.:. that the must be r
place t
quite sure lire In. connected with the common tuber call- 10 law and medical schools, 25 theological seminaries, all doing a
to
pleasant one
Eben E. Itfforrt. on be Value o< ed the potato. Its nativity, original CO TE\H4 Ul
work for God and
mighty humanity.Now .
Such an Association to a C'ommnnltr TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY place In tbe kingdom of nature and (! Has Led all WORM

'I Huvv I'roirre-sslvo Cltlsen Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets several I other things regarding it are as to laziness. We have now in practice 14,000 lawyersand Remedie;

All refund the If it falls As to its nativity, EVERY BOTTLE CUARANTEED.
Aid Their Town. druggist money still open questions. )
May doctors and have accumulated worth of
to cure E. W. Grove's signature is on the weight of argument seems to favor over $150,000,000 4_gOlD BY ALL DHUCCISTSJI _

Individual effort in the great factorof each box.: aficts. the tropical or subtropical regions of church property. In the south we have over 150,000 farms and >,JAMES F. BALLARD pnRr.""" ",
ri1. !
; LOCI:
In undertaking of this .
SUCCCHS an America. There Is a tradition that the > n. S N N<- N
the work When Water Wa. Avoided. houses, valued at $900,000,000, and personal property at $170-
kind. The mnn who begins vines once grew to monstrous size anti

t Clf Improvement by clearing away the. Until comparatively recent time that the "bulls" were of the "blgneim 000. We have raised over $11,000,000 for educational purposes.
there wus a medical prejudice against KIDNEY DISEASE
bock and doing of melons," nnd at that time the roots
his
rubbish from yard drinking water. !Sir: William Vaughan THE PROPERTY PER CAPITA FOR EVERY COLORED
nmko the home ground were not tubers the edible parts grow
I something to in his "Natural and Artlllclal plreetlona -
MAN WOMAN AND CHILD IN THE UNITED STATESIS
the brunches. It seems that ,
ing among he
) pleasant constitutes au improvement For Health" declared that water fatal of all
introduced Into EuropeIn are t most
first
society of one and what ho does will "ought seldom to be drunk." Another they were ESTIMATED AT $75, and we are operating successfully
1505.;(
f be the object lestton needed to prompt doctor admitted that it might be Ilnskell's tho year "Roots and Wild Plants" several banks and factories. We have 7,500,000 acres of land, and eases.FOLEY'S.

r others to follow his example. Tho at healthful"except for some children odd,, but abstemious not for men onenUlonj.C.a' says "Wamklns first fetched a queer tho business activity of the colored people was never as thoroughly KIDNEY CURE I IGuaranl83d
must begin
work of improvement bulbous root out of America which

the home. Any society which nets out thousand perchance degenerate some called a 'bodado,' while others, aroused as it is today. Rem
and of for dog
to improve homes In general and neglects of nature-do a abhor doggish wino nature" Indeed the who had heard the Peruvians mentionIt When I come to deal with the charge of immorality I bow

to do anything for the Individual spoke of it ns n potato." Perlom's or money refunded. Coot
recommendation of water as a bever- my head and blush for shame. I know that at the close of the
Sir
home la a failure from the start:, because age wus supposed to be the sign of the Cyclopedia of Agriculture BOYS that remedies recognized by
wild American civil the had morn than
Wamklns found It growing war 4,000,000 25
John negroes per
It overlooks the fact that -
general quack. Even Wesley his "Primitive nent physicians as the best I
Improvement can only result rhyslc" wrote of It with caution: near Santa Fc do Bogota at an alti- cent of white blood coursing through their veins.
tude of 8,000 to 13,000 feet. lie also Kidney and Bladder troublj
Individual effort brought to bear "Drink only water If it agrees with
from
What about this educated ? Just ask the Pullman
says that it was "fetched out of Amerca" new negro 5Oc. and J 1.00.
each home, Instead of general your stomach; if.not, good clear small\ PRICE :
upon at about the time settled upon by
Car which hundreds of into whose
clue
effort expended on all homes. This beer. Haskell--viz. In the year 15U5. company, employs negroes, n. u. WILSOX;& SOX/
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la why Improvement, like charity thousands of women and children are intrusted every day. -
A Queer Doir.Oagonet .
should begin at home before it undertakes Foley's Kidney Cu\
In the Referee tells a storyof A Royal Hoinanc NOW YOU CANNOT DO WITHOUT THE NEGRO BECAUSE IF
the broader work of the com Carmen the royal authoress makes kidneys and bladder r/f/
two little girls who were trying to Sylva YOU SEND HIM AWAY YOU WILL RUN AFTER HIM. HE IS HERE
munity. met her husband the king of flouma- --- ---- -
explain what "sort of n dog It was UIt'Yhnd :
It ia the easlont thing In the worldto seen. Said one little girl. "It was ala in quite a romantic way. As a TO STAY. yANTED-SF.VERAtt- 1X1)1, ). "Till'" I H'

' get an improvement society started one of thoHo funny one: you know. the girl of seventeen who was running down The only way to deal successfully with the colored race is God's 1 eleven icnth to' tmtalillHlivil I i ieapital cur, I
: 1 In almost any community If one earnest of the at Merlin I linulf' jn uyrul,,,
nines that are a dog unit, a half long and the staircase palace to va upon iner.
enthusiastic will take the First that he is second that ceaafill and prollr-uhle ,hi IVt ,wem, '
I, person half a dog high." Said the other: "You when her foot slipped on the marble, way. recognize your guest ; recognize nut aiceinunt. Weekly cash -.\1.." > 'I Iiu 1' 1"IruvellnIl'8Xl'e"M"

matter In hand, writes Kben E. Rex- must know the sort. I It's'' a dog that and she would have fallen to the floor you have robbed him of his birthplace, home, family and savings.It andlu'l 1', nor,,'
ford In Upplncott's Magazine. Thin is h oltch"e..k. Kx|>'eri"m." i *t<
only has four legs, lint looks as if it below. but at the moment Prince eurlner.rll' 'i, .. r
especially the case at the present time, ought to have six." It may Interest Charles of Ilohenzollorn stepped from is these facts that are causing so much unrest on the part of the THE lon; i relerenreanil NATIONAL,33d1)wttl' .. n./, St <'cag''

for enough of the work of such societies Ditgonet to hear of a fairly apt detlnl-: an anteroom and caught her in his white. in this country. THe negro loves his country, which he has
be all sides to con-
can seen on
tlon that a Public Opinion man once arnm. She did not accept him although Notice.
thoughtful of the proved beyond 'a doubt in American battle in act of
vtnco any person every every
In
beard applied to the hllhuDll-"tbe he made her th/ offer at once. Joke

benent growing out of them. It needs dog with the Louis XIV. legs. -for It was then moat unlikely--she loyalty to his country and in his long and patient suffering. PAY .. LL CONrKRXEW I l I.I l, """ ,. r1l.
who is what IUrIA0o.
some one for a lender WI'welltt'I'II'rs sixmuuthaalter dui )I"I'
S saItl she preferred to remain queen of HIM WHAT YOU OWE HIM .. sun
call a "hustler" person BY EDUCATING HIM. Give -officio AcliulnlHititK' I ". .
The Appetite of Klttr. herself but if she became queen of any C. Doom, deceased, lute i u. "",

who has tin knack of organizing: and The number of wild animals sold as country at nil she would prefer, Uou- him an opportunity to livcj, Allow him tolive in decent parts of Florida,, present UleI..n"my tlnal,! ,(n i<,' < \ ,-'I IIfl'I'
directing Individual effort In such amanner nil iatrator, to ,
to make It available and pets to private families In this country mania. Eight years afterward the your city. Pay wages sufficient to support his children. Do this, .DuntyJudgoofauiii *'imt\, i, "
.an Jtiu'li" '
filial t\iacJ"'rIlIlIrOUl "
Is said to be beyond belief but the beautiful Carmen was married to .I' 'ltIW"
effective If there Is such a person In und God will remove the OBJECTIONABLE from the land. ,, el
f u m I lies generally return the beasts Prince Charles who had been proclaimed negro AuBlmrilf. i 1 It
the community, and he-or she-7-bns u'
before long to the dealer. A writer, on king of Iloumanlu and thus she realized miniHti.ntusvllle <
the amount of enthusiasm necessary" to ,Fla. July :'Hut 1"""
this wild beast trnlllc in Leslie's her ambition.
nrnuse' public interest and create or
Monthly says that one animal I dealer .
-- ------- -- --- ------ --- -- ---- --
stimulate a desire for beauty In eVt'rydllY
who recently sold l a lion cub to n ladyreceived lie Learned a Great Truth
practical life, there is no good r
reason why a local improvement society only two mouths afterward a It is said of John Wesley. that he onceaid More Than a
..
letter from her saying: "Please ('omeRlul do (It .
should\ not bo organized in onyt'OlIlIl1lIlltytht'I'O to Mistreats" Wesley : "Why you t
take Kitty awiiy. She has eaten ell that child the same thing over andover GcgI

need for It. Kfcogtitzo is nearly thla need ahvny fully, our Newfoundland dog.. once ajrniu telling la"John not enough.Wesley.", It because U for $ Million Dollars $ (!)

and bring It to tho attention of others, this same. reuxon that; you lire told again "

then go to work at once In the formation sod again that Chamberlain's, Cough,

of "our society.Do oniedy omen colds\ and grip; that It

not wait fur next spring or next counteracts any tendency of these din- of Florida Capital guar- xa 0N r

to Insult In and that It
fall, but begin your work now for eases pnoiiniiintii.

there U always something that can lie III "loall'&IIt' and safe to tllke. bold by alldr"loj.t"htli Ua : .
otl
antees this
and medicine dealers.Plow pure vege-
done, and there lit" no, reason for deferring Y The : ,
a ea
6Z:5
crownln"
action to a special season or a Joy or : 0

until such action may "' '''timely.. All woman.hood table remedy to cure
to Become Thin. fA f
tlinen, all HCHHOIIS are nllke to such a naother.hood i.. Those who suffer from stoutness (2 tf

society, whoso work must\ go on during and should take plenty of exercise, never or money back : Oa2
the entire Therefore get down to .
yeur. theI eat potatoes or bread no suet or fat

business us soon till possible, be the I erowninir and never eat and drink at the same ; ; o a y
Joy of FI
time spring or uuminor, fall or winter
mother.hood time.I Thin biscuits! or toast may betaken

If you cannot work to advantage, you is : and never, touch milk or beer.If Cures :.a i ocJ

can plan for work and a good plan to to have ; this Is persevered with a satisfactory : rJ

enables to dispose ___ hbalthyeluldren. \
follow always a society result will\ follow. a 10 ( toen NW
of Its work to the greatest. advantage -

when working time comes. be no jaj in motherhood But without Ih.recan = Catarrlml affection of the nasal Iv g.
I
...
HOT to Ciena 61 g ; ()
" Very much of tho success of such a health and without health for the mother
Individual effort there can be no health for the child. The finest. kinds of glass including !fpas! ajres! bronchial {tubes, al
depends
society upon date for window, as well as that used Si a.g
as directed toward the Improvement of $500 X'-E"vv.A.rI.X:) I for tableware, are comparatively soft '7'"- lunge( ,| kidneys, bladder and .
the home grounds. Let one full CDp
person ron WOMEN and easily, scratched, and French, mirrors OJ ; 02 aCI"
.
stomach. Also
L SS,; ..
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: to work In earnest In cleaning; up and .t !r '
WHO CANNOT DB CURED. and other highly polished surfaces !
and 4'L'ea' .
I beautifying hU place, what he docs .. t cgs III''!
often dimmed the
are irreparably by
will serve as an object lesson. to hit Backed up by over a third of a centuryof en
remarkable and uniform cures a record use of harsh cloths cleaning powders, G

neighbors and Incite them to Imitate such an no other rrmrtlv for the diseases etc. Even common soup N apt to impair Nervous Indigestion tfi L -{- -= g
Is
Enthusiasm
1 his action. always con and weakne.see* peculiar to women ever
the finish! of tine and .
very glass, '
. tagious. Once get ft community enthuslastleaJy attained the proprietor and makers of Dr. E-s.c
at work, either individually ierce's[ .. Favorite Prescription now feel'ully potash and sotlu' are simply destruc: Kam'e e 2p

warranted in offering to pay $500 in tion. Hoft, flue cloths anti nothing but Consumption or any disease lie j :::2
I or as an organization. In the line legal! money of the United State. for any alcohol lemon Juli-e or nestle acid

" of Improvement, and 8UC.lIlIls assured case. of Leucorrhea, Female Weakness Pro- tren of the niucuous membranes. .f lie(9o
, f for enthusiasm will feed upon Itself lapnua. or Falllnu.; of Womb which they should be u.- od. prepared chalks ,t r{ i ..riv
0 cannot cure. All they auk is a fair andrcRMinable dangerous unless every lump hat ,
and as the work progresses. 1 D4-
grow trial of their means of cure. been carefully eliminated. I
have seen the proof of this In my own WOULD'S DlSVKNSAHY MkHICAL Aria A > Krtf

, village where au improvement society CIATION, Proprietors. Buffalo, N. Y. As a Tonic "'f p6f
.Just AVlint You :Need.Chamberlain's .
resulted from one man's attempt to Mra. W. J. KMdcr.\ of Mill Dnt Farm (Ennn.MirsCrnter e 1
.
). Nno.burg.Vt..wntra. aDuringth. .
beautify his home grounds. He accomplished M.t year I found myself expecttns; maternttr.
so much In the rlgbt direction sod in rapidlv ailing I he lth. mtirervit dreadfully Stomach and L.....Tablet. it gives appetite, builds up the !
from bloating amt urinary difficulty. I "
that others came to a realization of When you feel dull aftereating./ When I
ws. urowinK p rc ptibly weaker: each day and MANUFACIURCD ONLY BY
' their: own need and opportunity and suffered much .harp pain st rimes. I felt that ' something mutt be done. Took twelve bottles taste in tho mouth. When your livers ROPICAL MANUFACTURING(
I followed bis example. Soon they banded of Dr. Flerce-s Favorite rrencrifMion. and ales feeling makes the weak strong
When i itJ
bowels
themselves together and today they followed' your instructions. I be... la Improve torpid. your are conatl- KSOftMLIE.RA, U I
Imm""lat"'r'' ray kealtll becsn>i.cn.ot, and I pated. When you have a headache. When and 8 gy
take Intense pride and delight lu carry say own work. I bad a abort,easy you feel bilious. They will Improve happy. j jJi

! tug forward the good work. _. aement sad kav a healthy baby boy. Jour appetite, clean. and Invigorate I xi

The need of suca a society In very Dr. Pierce'. Common Sense Medical Jour stomach, and regulate your liver j
Adviser is _fro oa receipt of
I immunity I* apparent to any oDe who cent stamps for the paper covered book at one ort and bowels. Price 25: cents per box.

rill go about with his eye open. lIe stamps for the cloth bound. Address For sale by all druggists and medicine

t tIR, sue cU-iuccs.: for lniuroveta ca lil. JC V. Pierce, BulUio, N.; V. ealer*. Sold and guaranteed by B. R. Wilson & Son. .

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professional Cards I It's For You! HOW EAGLES FIGHT [ CAHc OF HtFRIQERATORS.1 Thousands Have Kidney Trouble

and Don't Know it.

A Fnrlonn n-ittlt between Two <.. I How to }v..p Them Clean avail 13oonnulai -
i oTlT BOBBINS, the It I it III rtl.. < > on !...-. How To Thad Out.
Fill n bottlo or common glass with your
$ A "nnll party of :.i.l II> noon most oil Gnvo a wtfx i><' oi'lcn enough to wnxh
water avd let It stand twenty-four: : hours; n
COUNSELOR prod tho rl>frlI| I'lLwr if ordinary; euro l 18 glen -
'ATTORNEY AND of whom had tin o* ut Hpni'tinn sediment or set-
AT-LAW. I II itles In their bio.nl. were i!:>cu"slng i tlle to the ti.-tlck's stored in it, says! the ,, -: -<-_... lung indicates s4)a

1Il1l>.I l't of i-hicken<< tUlitliiKAlt, 01<1 New York llcrnld. Tnko everything .....t. -. .; A > unhealthy condlI" -
in State and United Statell farmer from Happaliannock l'OUIlt.r. from the Interior put time shelves In u \ tlon of the kidneys

I practice Court. Va., brake lnti the conversatlcu."Ocntlemcn. largo; dlshpuu, tutu 1 wash In hot souiv- \ I I \ ; If It stains:

TITUSVILLE, FLA.L. ." nld lip "In iny+ time I suds in which a pinch of "soda has IxondltxoIvtMl. your linen It IsM''j' ,
Oince at chicken.fluhl: ts, .. r.luso with cold water wipe evidence of kid
have seen Home buni: up trouble too
tight I ever saw be-1 perfectly dry and put outdoors In the .l ney :
but the grcnte'st! d" frequent desire to
'
GAULDEN, tWP(>l1 blnltt'lu till my born. days was a ; 1\ '[ UilmUODIUIIJIfI'Il/l/ll'HWIIPoV'' // nun! to dry fur an hour. Wash. the sldea '1' pass It or pain lathe
"fir,. of rvfrltferntor in the" snub way. ..- ---
'* contest between a Imld eiiKle and a 7 Iml'II II II111, "' back Is also
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, The Great Health Drink gray eagle near my old place lu Rapshnnno'k. / All using n flexible wIre for the drain pipe convincing proof that the kidneys and blad-

m all the Courts of the St"te \/111\\ and skewers for the corners and derareoutcf order
,in praotlce Courts. also' warm water In tho What to Do.
the United States took on the bunk . and "This Uiiht place "
L lorttla. at all Soda Fountains I ReathJ the limo that nccutuillatPH There Is comfort In the knowledge so 4
.2J6.TITUBVILLE!, FLA.ATTORYEYATLAW Dispensed 5C the river. I couldn't forget It If 1 IIvPtI .. waste )plpo to remove 1
1.11 Der 1 front tho ice.In often expressed that Dr. Kilmer's, Swamp-
to be a* old ns Methuselah. I was tbe RoV:, the great kidney rem ly fulfills every
4For 10 It U a matter of economy -
J I. WEBB, METTO Syrup is put up for only spectator and saw the strung \ getting l- wish in curing rheumatism, pain In the !
as <
mixing: with Ice! water In the from start to Mulsh. The bald t'ogle l to t put In HM large u piece po back kidneys, liver, bladder and every part
order that the refrlwrator -
blt at tiNt lit
hud caught, a muskrat and wan hbout Baby of the urinary passage. It corrects Inability
Summer tune and with hot booouie thoroughly, rootlet;;
hold
when the may to water and scalding. ,pain In passingIt
Courts of the 7th to pat It for breakfast gr07
\mil practice in the for non-rosldents water in the Winter time. soared down anti attempted 1 to The young/ mother thinks, when she has then keep full or nearly BO, us a winiill or bad effects following use of liquor
Taxes paid eagle completed the t>..gartuenU/ that are to quantity of lee will melt much faster.In wind or beer and overcomes that unpleasant
Jwnts and accounts collected.ATTORNEYATLAW Specially adapted to family rob the other ono of Its prey. TlIel1 clothe the little form. But she is not all it small Icebox tweutb.-tlvo pounds necessity of being compelled to go often

FLORIDA.O. commenced the combat, and Ixird bow ready for baby's coming, unless she has times week will last better during the day and to get up many times
either In three a
!!:, use as n beverage! or put
t
rtUVILI.IC the feathers' flow! They fought witb done something more for the baby than In dally. during the night. The mild and the extraordinary
smaller
pltHt put
than
table drink, taking the place wlnjj beaks anti talons, and I could merely to prepare his clothes. Many a a effect of Swamp.Root Is soon
PENNEY, mother who through hoursof In taking !It'l> from the refrigerator for realized.
8tru'k goes It stands the highest for Its won
crack when they
younjj
for tea coffee etc. hear the talons off
wonders why it was table1MI' no moors should bo picked
other. The sounds! IUlule l'a1l1l\n.lllulTerlnl{ derful cures of the most distressing cases.
und each
tore not possible to prepare in some way for than la needed on account of Its uu-lt- If you need a medicine you should have tho

FLORID 1'rict's for Syruit: \ is Pint, 2.:>c.; by their wings! as they buffeted of one on. the luiby's advent, and to avoid theagony Ing 1 HO much moro rnpldly. Covers and best Sold by druggists In SOe andl. adzes
other wore like explosions! luusketr; that seemed almost unendurable.
practlco In all the courts of the 7t1 \ Quart, 75H.J V8JOallon l< $1.35.: while their screams and yells soiindedemoniacal. Ur. I'ierce's Favorite Prescription is the cioMHl. Food must never b<> placed In wonderful discovery ..
-
fill The battle lusted tully one medicine for women which prepares cooled, and a book that tells( .
Judicial Circuit. 1 Gallon, *i.0.Directions ; and tho refrigerator until thoroughly f
Ilfteon minutes and wound up with 11 them J perfectly, both for the burdens moisture. Neither should more about It, both sent| !fool!! ; 'tPk !
occasions
It
the na
: Two!tablespoonfuU = pleasures of maternity.; It prevents
victory for old bully, who drove tlgray without absolutely free by mall f
food be kept In the refrigerator -
sickness from which! so many
A FROST, tined to a; ftlm of water a "eagle away and then resumed hili! morning women suffer. It strengthens the whole tee and with cover nnd doors cloned.Chemicals Co.address, Binghamton Dr. Kilmer N. b Y. When nome i writing>r Swn.mention / ..

LJt ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Costs leas than ;!lets a glass. Interrupted break fust. body, so that there is no nervousness nor of every kind must be kept .. reading this generous offer In this paper.
of the 7th "Oh yes there are n great many e'n. anxiety. It p'romotes; a healthy appetite put of the Icebox\ and all hooks should r',
\111 pracilce in all the Courts Tropical Manufacturing Co Sties up In my part of the state! ," .0111 and causes refreshing sleep.! It gives the .!h> heavily tinned.

Judicial Circuit. the old agriculturist In reply to a gut mother strength for her trial and makes TCP should always bo washed and laid

TrrnsviuLK, FLORIDA. Jacksonville, Florida. tion.; "There ore plenty of high rocks] the baby's mothers advent have practically healthy children painless. carefully; In the Icebox, not thrown In.
and lofty trees' whereon they bull Healthy contend from their
of those Mont houRekerpcrH
REDEIUCI' A. MORGAN, Sold by J. R. WALKER their; nests. We farmers do not give and who it htve1",1 is the general I Dr. testimony lierce' FavoritePrescription own experience that ice wrapped In a u

and B. R. Wilson & Son tllI'l1any[ latitude however. 'Yhl'nevproue as u preparative for motherhood thick coating of newspapers lasts Iontor Eragng? Pains

Abstracts of Title. of these big birds Is Keen lion ring that the children were healthier ( than when left uncovered, but the

INSURANCE Titusville, Florida. about tin poultry yard, or. In fact nnj, and happier than those born after manufacturers say that prevents" the I
AND ,
DESK; ESTATE where about the farm It's 'Johnnie gut months of mental misery nnd physical free circulation of cold air. The infer'ace
Notary Public InfreiiueutlluippenH anguish on the part of the prospectivemother. 2tf 2.\' Keeley St.. 't
,
Loans OF FERNS. )(;our gnu: because it not 111I I plain. It the navlnic In the teo 2 1002.
CARE
Get ,
good ,sized chlckenM, )'oung ho aehleveil" CIIICAIIU ILL? {t;
factions, Typewriting, StenographTlTl that invited toconsult bill la tlu main object to
-- Sick and ailing women are and conP '
XVII.LK FLA. How brae 1'lmita hay lie Mad ambit or little plttn lire carrlwl away by Ur. Pierce by letter absolutely wrap the lee. If n" In extremely hot I suffered of the with womb falling with severe .
/ tiou
to Tirllr. them so they're very unwelcome! vial without fee or charge. As chief consulting weather there IK danger of the foodspoiling the jrroins. 1 slit' t

Contrary to the opinion of most p<'o- ors.-'VallhlnlltOI\. physician to the Invalids' Hotel anti I um-ovpr. One woman thinkshe 1 gored pains terribly through at the time of monatriution. -

A. PHOT. WADE II. JOSE pie, the hostel fern thrives best. wht'i Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y., Dr.of \! has MlmpllllMl matters by covering I had blinding headaches ;

&; JONES, exposed for tit least. half a day to YACHT RACING. R. V. Pierce, assisted by his staff in the the ont.sldn mid! top of her Icebox with and ruxhiiig of blood to the brain. \,
FROST nearly a score of physicians has blanket lined with What to I knew not, for itwined
strong suuIlKlit. An iiieul place foi treated and R heavy newspapers.Hi try I
past thirty years and over had tried! all and
T
thai\ (
:EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, such a fern I Is un east bay window Thla Eipn.lv. Sport "'a. Dvajna I. cured more than half a million sick amidsuffering but 1 had! newer trial Wine ,
The plant never should! be turnet England In 1IHIJ.: women. The testimonials of tv COOk !lh..p'. Iteart.Bhet'pe failed, blessed remedy for
mans and Collections. of ardiii! that .
around except twice u year, once earlj Though vessels answering! to tl10 these cured women are on record. A heart with tomatoes' make nrery sick women I found it pluanant \i

Trrrivn.i.K FI.OIUDA. in the uprlnK and iipuln In November. character of yachts were In use by large number of them were cured when deltcloux illch. Clean tho heart In to tako and noon know that I bad ill i I j.,

says! the Chicago Tribune. About the royal personages' from un early date doctors had pronounced a cure impossible useless- tho usual way; make a "tutllni/ for It I the right medicine. New blood '.
of
.\Voui.EV.: R. 11. SKY.MOUyORLEY 1st of March cut off nil the, fronds or Queen Elizabeth, for Inntanco had one and after enduring years > ''arts of tomato pUll andrentsueru aivmiKi to ominio through my vein* 1 ll

the side that bus been turned toward l built at Cowes. Isle of Wight, In 1583ho suffering.sick hesitate to take advantage ) pas 8ea5orIeT"wTta;; A iTltlorhoppwl and after using eleven bottles I I
SEYMOUR
& Let women
no
\r the room. Then turn that bare oltK : word "yacht" was not used until! of Dr. Tierce's offer, but writeat onion pepper and cult; Wen win a well woman. f '

AT1'ORNETS-AT-LAW.. toward the light. In a few weeks the the; your 1000( when the Dutch pre eniid once and so secure the professionalcounsel fill In the cavity with the stullliiK, Mew $ :J
young fronds will be half prown. In e a "Jacht" named the Mary i to of a specialist in the diseases of It up und stew till tender. Serve with "-w-'aa etI V MA ,

general practice in State and Fod. the autumn repent the prOt'!'!!!!. In this Charles II., says tbe London Chrou women entirely free. All correspondence hick: brown Kriivy. K-atter chopped I' ,,'

eel Courts. Special attention givento way ull the fronds are renewed every) :le. lu Evelyn's Diary, under Oct. ]I, strictly private and sacredly confi inr"ley over nUll garnish with two or in perfect l
admiralty practice. Pierce But. Mrs. flush U now
dential. Address Dr. R. V. ,
"I -Balled till .
I
twelve months. 1C01, occurs the entry :Free whole baked tomn to.'II. ..
IuesELL HILDIYf, MIAMI, FI.A, In of bllt Palo N. V. health hecnusa she took Wine of. \
Quite aa Important at this ystl'm8t1ceXpOtlUre noralng with his majesty one S"'t
to sunlight Is proper drain yocbtJ.! vessels' not known among U8 Hoped for Death. How to f'lftLn Cad Poli.Ti Shvlla. I, Cardui for menstrual disorders,

TEPHRX; E. FOSTER: age. The pot which holds the fern t11l the Dutch East India company pttlented "Forth .akeofpotr.ua'1 rli, women,, I rrri To prepare shellK for a collection first bearing down pain and blinding I

should stand on an Inverted bowl In Ilarilnlere. that curious piece to the king It my duty to inform/ you of the frrritt foetidyour \ wash clean of mud etc., says Ht Nlcholaa. headaches when all other remedies

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, There U always water In K'lng very excellent sailing vessels." medicine,,of WnltK. him, IrriU-ll given me.Co."N write C *"I Mm was CnlllUowlFH In a" An old toothbrush will bo nil failed., to bring her nilief.. Any

Dyal-Upchurch Building, Ja: the jardiniere, but owing to the Inverted Yacht racing commenced In 1CC1 moot tnltterntile cntuliilim when I wrote to yui. elllclent t old.! The soft parts are easily sufferer may secure, health by taking .

l\rK4i J >Nvii.LK!' FLA. bowl it never reaches the roots of Then ChanceL, who had some ;yacht I hiiil' and uterine wfTercd disease\ such iiremlfut ao bud I mlnpry coiiM ncnrctlwnllc "I hope, )''I removinl after soaking/ a day In weak Win 'If Cordul in Far home. ,.

the feru. If the pot stonily! in water built for him by Sir 1'hlneas" Pet, to be relieved' Fnvorlte by ",,"Lh rreacrlpllon'. You wrote and to I me him tu alcohnl] or the Mpectiuen may l be jilaceil The lint bottle convinces the pa-

the soil SOUM and the roots rot, sometimes vagered $;)00 that a yacht of his would take taken your eleven bottles of it. |and. two of yobrlenwlnt In a small kettle or other receptacle she ia I the road to health.
s. RNUAM, M. D. his brother entirely. well, and f.,.,I tient on
to within a few Inches of the teat n Dutch one owned by 1'elk'U. ( am suitable for oho purpom and covered
soil's surface. lie Duke of York afterward James II] to like lr a nrw 1'iurce Vfonmn.for the 1 bteiuiltiK"Ire] thiinkfnl now to enjoy Goil an, I' with cold water. Tiring' to n boiling For advice in ease requiring 4:

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Another point that must be remembered nut the growtl) of yacht sailing walt haves flue bin boy two moiillm old mil 1 uevc point Shells ulioiild not bn put Into special direction. address. !givinglymptoms
.....lIlu lile.\ I can't praise you "JiM'. Advisory
alo"JC" my
.
Ear Nose and Throat Is that the roots of the fern need slow. and It U not until 1720 that ailUthentlc got medicine enough" water ,ilivndy tmlllnir, tm the sudden "The"

air. This tree circulation of air is obtained record of a yacht club 1 IstouneI. : 'chan!;" of temperature may crack them, Department, Thf Chattanooga Tenn."
t'uM FLORIDA. Thankful. Co. Chattanooga
UKA.CH, Very Medicine ,
.r by having the Jardiniere several lu which year tho Cork IlnrboiVuter or at leant Injure their polish and Renernl .

sizes larger' than the Inuer receptacle.Every club, now known ns the lloyu _I will. Favorite be very 11'1",110.1.prcHcrintton.'few' write word* Mr for*. I'DtPierce1 I fliotiKlnii .. app"nrance. After removing the WI1CiDUaSeeds
R. UOI'OUTOVSOVTIXO week stir, Into till soil half a Cork! Yacht club was formed. In ]812a of MiiiifMinville. Ilrome Co., Onebm"Uuitntc soft part by the old of pin crooked

spoonful of plant food. Re careful similar club the Yacht club witblued the first four month when nurtrrcfl I look ver I wore or small tweezers polish with
mother I
forward to becoming a
DENTAL! : APARTMENTon .., not to let the food touch the fern Itself at Cowes by some fifty yachts much from news" ," and vomiting" arid I f..lt... I I brush or cloth Hliolls that have n .

hut mix well with the I'nrllluho.ut It. jen. This. club In 1S20:! attracted tin terrible I I nick hnteil I llh'J': of food.eat or At drink thi timewrote I any I I gklnltko covering rimy have u very

the "Dentoj"Now If stales should! get on the fern washIt lotlce of the Duke of Clarence, after I thing. to I>.. Herce and he told me to gut til. Minall quantity of viist>llno "llJhoclln to
with soft dipped In a Bud! ward Wlllia'n IV., when Its title wniItered favorite Prescription and a bottle of'Onhl..nM..lllc.1 ,I i them from cracking when dry.
AT DAYTONA a sponge 'I DiHcovery.' I got a I Otle of each ."d prevent :;;;. 1
innde from whale oil soap. After t".oor to the Royal Yacht squadron when I h".II"It"lh.m a few tiny, I felt mud Itub off all extra raiellne with a piece
hours wash off with clear Cowes.! Fourteen years Inter William better, and when I bin I taken hurdly three part i of flannel.Do .
three .
M of each bottle I felt well and could, eat a* well a I __
11ASUN. inter, as the suds Mil up the pores of IV. presented the first royal cup to thin any one, and could do my work without antrouble ],. YC-I\Vmlt; -
tho fern meum. Inb. Hut In 1851 only 6(10 yachts were Pierce for hi medicine
thankful to Dr. *
Once a day moisten>' tho soil about thetern In I existence. Since the International I tell all who tell me they are alck' to gel themmedicinal Kite, ) cold ahlverlnKH, aching In the
DEVTAL-SUROEON, Inthe write to Dr. pierce" bones, lack of entirety heailachn ant
with a pint of cold tea or coffee.How )acht race of that year the Increase or I
iluprtiHHlon? Tli"MK symptoms may)
Medical guest
number bus been Immense.In Dr. Pierce' Common Sense
f'iuu' .' of tc I h.l followed l by violent hnndache, high
FLORIDA.K to Teat Mills. America, the Chronicle anys, "th Adviser, sent free on receipt stamps nervonsnesaacondltior
test of be said to have commenced pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 fever, extreme al.. 1'1".1 by I.rmw j
The following Is wild to be a port may known as malaria: Herblne cure It. maul Ywrdswf .hit IpeI
HIK, tbe; purity of milk: If you suspect that In 1814 In which year the New York or one-cent stamp stamp in cloth for hook binding in paper cover,, Take It befoie the dlseaso get a fair .'.r.." ,.u..,.1"pl'f'. ....."'hiliM."'"u.ur."Wrr.an'In.pa0.. I It.

4ie milk which your baby drinks contains 'acht club was formed and the his 31 hold, though It will work a cure In any ., '........."rod.nnnraulw All
"-kton formalin or other artlflclal prelervntlve tory of that club Is practically the bis- stage.; J. .A. UopklnH, Manchester. Kim.., Ina. IY/M ar.a Ass..lpulped
4: |jai Building, Main St.. writes. "Ihavguaed. grant medicine /M UUll.pplhulaM.LroltRRYk
American : your
Jacksonville., set a glassful In a 'al'lDplllre tory of yachting.1 Slow to n......... Ntnlna Front Ilandu. several ThereIn D. 00..
for
Room 15, 10, 17. It llerbltm, year .
for six or seven hours If A little U'mnn Juice will remove nearly nothing butter for malaria, chills and
DENTIST. sours it Is pure: If It remains sweet ItHubalily K..... '11. 1111.1..... ILllllwll1l1. For whitening the han< fever headache, blllo mess, and for a

WQ ,. contain formalin nnd yon Orro of the best known lawyers of the very host thing IN. file plain Klyrerlr bloi.il-purifring tonic there Is nothing '"..
"" Un.lge 1 : Work, horrid! send It to the laboratory Imrue- hlladelphla had a case In court nnd roH-wotrr Mud at all drug stores. a* good." Wu at U. U. Wllsun": Hon.How -

Porcelain Inlays, lately for nnalydi. gulnst a man who kept a cigar store Rub It In after washing but rx-for ------ Largest and Most Com i
The
Iligh' .ulass, Plate Work. opposite one of the large hotels. The entirely dryIng, tile bund Jlycerlt to Mak Graip* Win*. .' .'

How to I'olloh Tortola Dlan had In some way broken the law. alone Is too drylnif. Stem wash and truln very ripe elate Establishment South.

In this tortoise shell ago It in well to "Do you mean to say," asked the gapes; measure the juice and to a cupful I

brilliantly polished lawyer, "that you have mails a living ... of water andthieuijuarternqf GEO S HACKER & SON
know: how to keep flow to Mak CI. fondue. of tbl avid a quart ,
irginia Homes the many pretty ornaments with which out ot that store for one :year? Savanna! fuuioti recipe for cheer a pound of granulated

very( gentle head Is decorated. Brown "Tea," replied the man. "Gentlemenm fondue' lit worth preserving "Tak suirnr. Turn into a demijohn or Jug

ocks! and fair one may be faithfully (' > from the botel early in the morn- first as runny eggs an there are irueKtiiand and leave out 'the cork covering the '

|.10' ''earn ui' about Virginia Lands ihampooed. but the hell combs and InlC and ask for fifteen and twenty-five then about a third as much br opening with a bit of ctieetw cloth. Let

\ ''ltce" Products, mode of cullf fancy' pins are bound to become dull ('Cnt clgan. I band them out five cent I weight of the best unsyvrv cheese and It stand until fermentation ceases, then I,

f\, "I?n/"ces. etc., by readinglOcte miens every now and then they are ..rs. and they don't know the dlfferice. half of that of butter. Break and beat rack off and tx>ttl... f I :.I
fi 11 i., farmer. The finest ofold ."
rubbing. well In then J
given; a brisk Ill) tin eggs/; a aaucvpan :
krm.fmnthB" ubscrlptlon to the > linen 18 none too good with which Impossible," said the lawyer. add the butter and cheese, grated or 110. t. C.r. ...._.

Emporla, Va. to polish up good shell and after firmaolstening "Oh, no. it Isn't." said the storekeep- cut Into mall plrcc Pln
the oft old cloth In luke H' calmly. "I have done It on you leYeral pan on the fire and stir with a wooden wasps been, hornet or bumblebees,

BO YEARS arm water It should be touched Into time.."-Philadelphia Ledger.A ipoon until It I* of a soft consistence should bo lucked to remove a* much!

EXPERIENCE the charcoal box mays the New York ; put In salt according to the age of the polaou a* possible; then have a slice of

ournal. The finely powdered char- iBQOlaltlTa Jmrr."Oentlem che w and a strong dose of pepper acid fruit, apple tomato or peach,. or IInu.twd .... II j
coal Is the only kind for this purpose. '. n of the Jury ntd the that being a special attribute of this berry or crap, either ripe or

1 It t goes without Baying. After this baabeen 'o Of* a* be concluded his charge, "If ancient dish-and. finally M It be green bound lightly to the wound. If MANUFACTURERS 'j

wiped off a llttto prepared chalk thtt erldVnew shows In your minds that brougbt to the table on a hot dl b.- the pain la very .. ere after minute

hould be used in the Mme way the pneumonIa even Indirectly was' tbecaoee take off the fruIt. wash the tong In Doors, Sash, Blinds. :

... i balk having been wet with vinegar.. of tho man'a death the prUtoner how .. Ka.*> P-.l.p. warm water and bath It well in alcohol

,.'"'). :ft.;' .q DMION.CeaiVNIOHTS MARK. Aa a flnlab to siTe a smooth ClaM totbe (' moot be convicted." Inatead of keeping parsley In water ; then wet a folded! linen rug In either Moulding & Building Material

r, AC.ig tortotoe a lltU' chalk ahooW be An honr later a messenger cametrom whteb often turn it yellow, put It into al 'ohol or vinegar aud Load on the !

11 ?s'lr.kefr"oi.mton'ana fr dMorlptlnn.. wh thar mar anahlfliMantahla. ken Into the dry palm o* the band tbe jury room. air tight jar In a cool place. TklJ tlnjf. If neither alcohol. vinegar nor Office A Warerooms. King, oppoatU

; Coramunlra.Jlmrican. and the dainty hair ankle given ao- ""The gentlemen of the jury,"m7lord. will kp It fresh for solon time. fruit of any nort I Is at hand try a brula- Cannon Street.Charleston 1

.'a J Idm"dentlal. for lIutdbnnl m...'unn.y.tat.. PatentIvanrf oUter good rob. ," he said. "de lre Information. ed plantain leaf. Phanre the application S. C.I
tat Hem Co. nc.r. of evldpnC'e'one. ?/ "It floes tight to the Spot.
yyt"
bu"h""'., tat b. On what point I. whatever it very tan minute ,
I .. ....c. honor; but they want toknow When or Irritation exist on any ... :
tifit HOOT U. .w t your pain until the pain snb.i the potwill pneumonla.-Lon- the the application of Ilal- Sash Weights Cord >
ttttta charcoal thrown into how to spell >art of body, i ,.
'I a, i'1lnnrtet' ...,..,,.. 1.a..C...... A meat that 1* a little old; don Glo .. ard' Snow Liniment will give prompt Henutlfiil Coinpl xlorm.
"...ntk6aBold: 141 niwWain sweeten tAlDted-lt IIIthen lief. "It goer right to the spot" said Hardware
d UI N" & C. not If It to la any way Mothers. au old man who was rubbing It In, to Are spolledby using any kind of preparation
I' alittle
4 Brosdwa"New York not fit to eat-bot only if kept their children Inood I cure bill rbeamatlam. C. K. Hmllh that fills the pore of the iklo. Clan
keep
freao. would Window and Fancy
as r ea makes It quite Who The beat | secure a clear complexion
wrempowNHER Do'" longer than should watch for tbe first 'ropr. Smith House, Tenaha, Texas, wayto
health,
<< and remove themwith rites: "I haTe used B llard'a $now free from Siillownea pimple, blot A SPECIALTY.
SALVE .'?'.When answering advertisement* symptomll Whlte'e of Cream"orms. rm\fnge.\ It la Jnlmeot In my family for several year ehe. eta, I III to keep the {liver lo good or -
abort h. u column, you would confer a It gets digestionwork and have found It to b. a fine remedy der. An occasional clone of Ilerblne will
tonic.
.lIn'tl a.lve In th. world. In these adrt. In tneET children'. beat reammen'1 cfeaoaa tb. bowel regulate the liver
the ,
and Tar
I
saw and
by ylnff you I IE IJ o that their food doea them for all ache pain, Foley's Honey and
ADVOCATK.: By to dolnjcu at healthy and It for pains In the throat and cbe." .00 I' and so establish a clear healthy com
ley) J..T rood, and they pow np ; Wilson and SOD. children jfe.Murc. No opiates.EAST .
'A 11. It. 'or
s Honey and Tars > will receive better attention I $atroog. 23o: at B. It. Wilson:: Son. and $1.,00 at B. It. Wilson Jc Sou.: plexion. >o at

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ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 30. 1903.
EAT! COAST .
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JAMKS. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BRowN v, *-Drn

C. S. SCHVVLKH, Cashier. W. S. BKANNIXO, lest, ta L .
COAST ADVOCATE. NEW YORK HIGHWAYS.

EAST Good Ro.... IlelnK Unlit In tb. Kma_ THE STUMBLING BLOCK( i INDIAN RIVER STATE BAS

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a..........rOU..L .TOT.D TO T.. D.It Iflrm ftlmt ,
or.BUT or TH* IVDIAV BIT*" LAKE Many:: counties in New York stat
WOaTM Jk.HO BMOATKB' ..11'01'10.. have Ulinl J petition rcqut'Htlmc road Improvement TO ORGANIZED LABORBy COUNTY DEPOSITORY. j
under the IIlKbcoArtiiBtronact
FUUZ.IHHKD KVKHY FBIDAT. oiiys a vrlter In the Arm'rlcnDCultivator. Authorized Paid capital :sjo; ), .C9
Atrondy forty-xlx countl Bishop HENRY:: c. POTTERS up capital, $40O
(....... H. WALTOH Killtor: / Ot PutilliihDlMontlna have petitioned for 2.414 mll..ff of Mfl Average deposits, $1
ways, and nineteen counties have bad 50,01
iica of ..ht.. rou t be mad per- 18ii ml leu ftnhd.... From no count,; IIILE the imperious manner of the foreman or boslt Transacts
..ally at thin office or by writing. where one piece of rouil has been fir .F foster ill feeling between labor a General Bant
has done much to
lulled him. tilt ntuto engineer laded to '
Check,etc.,may be made payable to CHABI receive the iwconj niucBt for uUdltlonu v organizations and employers, I believe the folly 1Y1 of Business,

H. WLTOttpahlfsher. road conHtructlou. in several instances liAS
> the labor organizations
In fact, many rountlen are very much
,... OF SnIP\- Largest and Oldest Bank on tie
ff In writing M the AI>VOOATK for Inforri alive to the advuntngea to bo obtained, ALIENATED A GREAT DEAL W
&IonflY kind,the writer will oblige, by end l > and 14y"tf>mll tic efforts have been mad them. 1 Exchange bought,; and 8oU| "r, all" Fort,
would to w.
Ing a .tallljJ'ltl-addr""d" envelope. to luy out long Htretckea of blglnyayIn ;; THY that otherwise go t Countries.
made ,
order to make systematic plans' tor One thing we must realize is that the community is not 1Patronageappreclated.. Pr ., .,,
,.
n. .
BOBTOtf: erne's-TUB EAT COABTuv the country and to cheapen the cost oconstruction. but rather of those who are treatment,and every favor. n, ?tlu"' -lib
OATB bee openod an ol"ouat tlantla Sven, Since a year ego In Jan- up either of laborers or capitalists, s. I rvatlve bunklne ur, tAl':
Bovton, which will lie In charge of Mr. Clan nary twenty-He countleti have apt very largely affected by the disputes of the two. CORRESPONDENT!
O.Walton.addre. their bolt Seaboard National Bunk r v.,, v
$2,007.812.50 as MAK
proprlateil THE TIME MAY COME WHEN ORGANIZED LABOR MAY K. National Bank of Jacksonville Ki u
470 miles of
of the coat of constructing
.. all oommnnloatlona to THAT IT MAY NOT BE ABLE TO STAY IN VILLE
highway during the coming year. ITSELF 80 UNPLEASANT 'c1TU FLA.
KA8T COAST ADVOCATE, In Home !ucctloim a part of the work THE LARGE CITIES.
TlTUIVILLB, rwa1DA. has been done by convicts. Uroomi that TIlE
--- '- county reports that tbe practice reduced The great stumbling block in organized labor is and that THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMP
O. B. Department of Al'rlcultureWeather the number of prisoners nnde FREEDOM OF TIIE INDIVIDUAL IS INVADED,

Itureaii-Jupiter, FliThafollowlngi sentence from an average ol fortytwofor be corrected. I believe a great service you and I can rende
ot
the year prior to an average must
handa is to understand Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
lens than eleven thereby making a net the class of men who work among us with their ,
a comparative stat saving In the maintenance of primmer) THEM. .
meat of temperature and rainfall for the of over (...000 per annum, and also an them and TURN IN AND HELP '*'
week ending Tuesday, Oct. 27, 1003.lOOIl additional saving in the charges' tor and Sidewalk
Vitrified Paring Brick
: -1902-
... ,
turnkeys' flee and discharged as provided "
.. MAX. Mil. MAX. Mil

21 22 82 82: 711 70 80 87 70 7:1; known for u the by old,law fee under Byntem.what I thlnl wai THE LABOR UNION HAS COME TO STAY Offices foot ot IJogan Street, J Jacksonville Florida. Telephone Xo.<

2J: 83 'U 84 75, It can be safely stated that the Bye ten J. K. 5IUNNERLTX, General Manager.
21 83 08 81 7:1: adopted by thin. one county by pluclni By Jude GEORGE GRAY President Anthracite Strike Commission
25 (18 52 8:1: 7J: prisoners under sentence at hard labo

211 72 54 H2 7S7f. has resulted In a saving to the county; unions have to The
|Y opinion Is that labor come stay.
27 76 50 HUDAT In the coats of maintenance and as a E. C.
Total rainfall for the week: ,2H result of their labor of at least $.8,000per tendency of organized labor is to bring better men to JOHNSON .
Departure from normal rainfall for tbe '
week; mloui LiVI: Inche Departure annum. ot tVI the front. That tendency is marked. Aa we go on
of the system :
normal rainfall lnoe January :1, An Improvement and and Fresh
from pins .70 Inches. highways. of the state of New Yorl labor will pass through ita Gethsemane strikes Groceries Meats

IlAt P. IlAnoiif, Observer. means a saving to the agriculturist In discords and come out on a plane and recognize a tru ',4
tbe delivery of bin product to the local of all kinds.
.. .
.
the best ends of human soc: -
with
markets of from $7.000,000 to $10,000,' purpose and method consistent

DADE county hag increased I In OCX annually. It means a saving to the< ty. TIME AND EXPERIENCE ARE DEVELOPING WISDOM Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
in 189: of frou
valuation from $1,101,412 average county of the state
MODERATION IN THE LEADERS OF ORGANIZED Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
Increase ( ) annually. It ineuui AND
to .1,039,231: in 190:1: an $150OOO to f2MfKK
of over 200 per cent In ten year,. enhanced valuation of farms and ai LABOR. OOCO FLA.
of general agriculture/ .
Improvement I dare not hopo that there will not be serious labor troubles i in -- '- -

:MR.! Alfred St. Clair Abrama, I Is coudltlons._ _ the future but I feel that there will be a BETTERMENT: Ol]}'
NEVER ASK DVICE.Wben ,
making vote every day, and the yoi Lumber and Building Materia
manner In which he U conducting, have rood a for cough It and or get cold some don't medicine aide what will t I.) CONDITIONS. As business id being done on an increasingly larger -

liii campaign for AttorneyGeneraia little or no merit and perhaps dangerous! basis the distanco that separates the workman personally from '
to hid credit. lie wil Allk for Foley's Honey and Tar, thjfrcateHt Sasb, Doom and Blinds Brlrk. Lime and Cement, Nails and Builders'
not decidedly receive the booby prize whe throat aol lung remedy, It cure his employer increases. They do not and .cannot see each othe Hardware, MASUKY'S IIOUhE PAINTS PAPERS., K. W BIRDOSS C
and colds Wilson Son conditions. The human relation PABOID ROOFING AND StlEATIlING
cough quickly. much did in former
the ballots are counted. is as they Orders filled promptly. Write us for estimates

grow fainter. ARBITRATION TENDS TO BRING TIIE1 EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,,
THAT Call wedge la causing the Young Cliickn. chasm the human touch. General Office at Eau Gallic. Fla.
TOGETHER, to bridge the to restore Yards at EAU GALLIE, TI'IUSVILI.E, FORT FIERCE and West Palm Bf
senatorial log to split. We have too or more, ten cents each ten days
"COMPULSORY ARBITRATION. THAT .. _
I DO NOT BELIEVE IN
after --
rid four weeks orlerod. -
heard however that pov. Jenning safely shipped -
Itrooder made to order. Eg) WOULD NOT BE ARBITRATION AT ALL.
and Mr. Stockton have just ordered :
I'roducer, doubles your egg yield at once I c& O'Hara
heavy Iron Barre to hold the political Sample, one pound, 40 ot*. pea -- --- -- --.- ----- ---- --- Hodges ,
Trr.It. --
timber together. In the meantime Keoolpe for sore bead, 25: cents. Dealer ..
...Manufacturers and |lln.
la attendIng lil.AMl'H POUI.THY F AIUl,
Tallaferro
Senator)
::
: strictly to his business and I II Is, lOoct MerrItt-, Kla. CARPETS Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE
the rail
not worried over political Dressed
YOU A IJOAT-imiLDER? If
IRK
I Crates, Mouldings Shingles,etL
and
Orange Box Heads, Fruit Vegetable
epllttlng. you are, get ono .Walton's Paten1 for deliver l ,
Mills and office located at Buffalo bluff. Fin. Write us prices
Invaluable boat
Calking Tools; to Ruff Fli)
STOCKTON and Barge eviventlj builders and owner of bontn. CixlkiboatH (My Full Stock Arriving Dally. to any part of the /State Address: Hodges; O'Hara, Buffalo

have no love for the 'Times-Union more tool In rapidly lobe world.than Trice any otherCllklnlC *'.00 More New Patterns to Show Than Ever. EHtabllshed Grain aDd Seed Hi. usi II. Il'Stile
The Oldest
In their speeches here they rake nnd $8.00 each, at ADVOCATE olllce,,
that great daily in great shape. Tltiisvllle. Fla.
Hut the 'rImes.Union will live and :IO.TTCS-JS X :IT.TJOS: : !'
VEIt FIVE TIIOUSANl OF WAT/ Wm.: A. Sours: &: ; Cc
prosper long after the uforeeak ton'H Hapld Calking Tools now In use Carpet sizes for (laming! .Fall Sermon in sizes from (ixO!! to IJxl'!. New

gentlemen; have passed Into 9bllv. by bout owners In the United States: TapcHtrleH, New Body Brussels, New Wiltons, New Stnyrnas My
ion. What a pity that the sale Price $4.00 and fS.OO each, at the ADo Mock is the Inrgent. My pi Ices are. tbe lowest. Slatting, Linoleums, GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,

dally should not have been poor, VOOATB office, Tltusvllle, Kla. Portiere, Similes, Cocoa Mats, Rubber Mats, Bath Room Mats and Art ,

obscure and in favor of Stockton The AUVOCATK Is now on tile al atUo /Scillal'oll./ | $7": Will be glad to send samples and quote prices.) Flour Grits Meal and Fertilize!
and Barrel I Then It would hav belt hotels In New York city. .
been accounted great and unsub'sldlzod erthi oLVLa 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLdlgta
Where to along the Kant Coast
See list of hotels atop on page 7. =: Ec= .t _::eEr::, for Purina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant Srlt

The ADvou vie la on lllo weekt
every
CAN It be possible that T lIa ferro tbe American Club, Havana. 27 WEST:: KOKSVTH: JACKSONVILLE: FLA.A.IEL .

has done so much good for 1<'lorldamerely The Boston branch oflice of the EAST -- P. R-uhlman:: & CO.
as a blind, and that he h 'OAST'' AUVOCATK in at 4UI Atlantic

now preparing" to undo all the good; venue. '
and bring about the bad? What YOU A 261 Washington St 1 NEW YOItK.
--- X. Y.
U3 :Murray Street. J
evidence has his opponents that he When you subscribe for the Al>vo-
{ ATE by the year, It does not cost you
ia not as loyal now as formerly
three cents per week, posture: Included.
We can not believe the people can Note date l of ox pi ration printed upon Florida
be fooled by the utterances of any Iyollr paper or wrapper every week. This Pineapples
faction. into receiving such non. III i a receipt for your money. No need Boat Builder OwnerIf ?
sense as !Is now being preached tor us to send 1 receipt for subscription or
ditto It
to
The tfUes you.
CI.A..II.I."Y.
from the stump. Trust the peoplefor .. OUl3.. SPI:
Is
Tint CAST( COAST ADVOOATK on
good sense It nothing more. lIale at the following nows-ataods, at fin We represent seyeral of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to repre-
,. ants per copyTltusvllleU.:
A Russian paper in speaking of R. Wilson Son. You Are Buy One Of- you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established W: / years
Jacksonville-Uuval hotel,
the United States navy seems to Urlvot News stand.'TTTTTTTTTTTT7TTTTTTTTTTT.
think that we are not now In a ESTABLISHED! 1870.

position! to dictate to them or anyother

considerable naval Power, .. Walton's' Patent Tools.Invaluable M. Lane & Son

owing with to their our weakness own navy and compared that of You Never Needed A Good 3 3TYPEWRITER Calking ,


England or Germany. Evidently, = : 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
Manila and
the Bear has forgotten
Santiago, where the American sea- = : Boatbullders and Owners of Boats.In .
lighters walloped the Spaniards As i(ncb As You Do To-Day. : Southern Fruit and ProdllCComi

with such accuracy and despatch ..
Use all Florida and'the North.
There' But One over
as to set the civilized world aghast. ..
Our record in four wars has been .. ::: n.issios:: J.I.Jerchan: .

all right, and would not be bud! ina TYPEWRITERMade

IIfth if we are to judge by the past. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .

' that Is, so constructed thatIt Calks' Boats more ITapidlythaI1 any other

) THE: Jacksonville Metropolis pay.I' Cards and our quotations furnished on application

this nice compliment to Hon. Kobt.W. can do perfect work, and it U 3

I' Davis candidate for Governor E .. Calking Tool in the 'V orld.
; of Florida : "No one Is foolish the
j The MotorHas
' enough to believe that 'Hob Davis Buffalo Gasoline

is in any essential a weak man. lIe PITTSBURGVISIBLEWhen j y

is strong intellectually, politically .
and personally. This has alreadybeen anyone tells. you different ,' Five Thousand Sold. demonstrat

demonstrated by his almost i
fit'
election' its superiorityovall
unanimous nomination and
they're telling you black Is white. *
for three times to Congress. Davis .. for the
Price, $4 and $8 each. other
and he is
the
is a man of people
Send:) for one of our booklets :
not by any meant a factional poll- .. waters.
itlcian. He never refuses to do ..
Chas. H. Newell
anyone a favor, if possible to do May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking Block Co., 404 LIGHT.D RAFT, RIGS S
so, be applicant ever so humble. Agent for Florida. : -

Ills good political and personal EUSTIS FLA. : Atlantic Avenue Boston; or at the office of the EAST Absolutely HellaWi
record is the source of much of his ..

strength." t.u 4 AA AAA u..4 COAST ADVOCATE, TltusvIIle Fla. 3eo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach''



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K.AST; COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 30, 1903. Ii

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Eden. Tibbals. Melbourne. GEORG MAKX.: JOUN MARS


tOLD RELIABLE 1VI.A. ]8:8: <>5.
Mr. Milton has resigned: ns section foreman Mrs. James (>. Wey and Mrs Charles .
at Eden, and Mr. Tubeihill. takes A. Robinson were gladly received xr: Subncilptlorm for the ADVOOATK,
his place. their by the pink paper of the East: Coast, will be
many friends In Tibbals on Mou- WHOLESALE GROCERS
received stthe Melbourne Postofflce.
Mrs. Will Robinson and sweet baby day. Both were looking extremely well,
daughter denoting the fact that a few week of --
spent Sunday with Mr. and
leisure had been RICHARD W rHU ..-Iloal. Estate: Xotar
Mrs. C. A. Hobinson. of great benefit to them. '
1'ublla unit for ..4CtnLIvoriMMtl Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
..Y Mrs. J. u. LeTournean went north We understand that the hammock in ITovtilanoe Mild WmblnKtun'i Inpu.lm.audRlobo; : :: Kln Insurance,Hsrtfortt(Con and!

t"v"t last Wednesday She will visit friends the northein part of our village, and late. punle ti>BClul attention paid to the Interests -
'a' in Boston and New Jersey. ly owned by the late Mrs. Uermancc, of 01 nou renlitonu.
j Corner Bny and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE KLA.
--- --
1- Key West is for sale, having boon placedon
l6a Geo. Saunders jr., and Arthur Jon the! market: by the heirs of said estate DR '". A. PKEK-rinmriAS AM ftrtuiKON

Mrs.nings John, of Fort Miller Pierce last were guests of This In an opportunity for getting some Resldence and, M Friday.lt>imrn afternoons.Sbrrmtn ". Kiln lalllo. ., SundayTuexlay WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED,

Sunday desirable land located on Indian River.

There will be an entertainment In Jensen W. W. Luce has been Investing in a Snedeker Is busy painting theJIoiet PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

Town Hall on Friday evening, Nov. new roadster, and now draws the lib- Carleton.
13tb for benefit Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In season.
a of Jensen school. bans over a very tine plt'ceof horse ilesu. E. P. Branch is treating his house to a

1 Jacksonville will have a full house He does not propose to take the dust new coat of paint. 6:11F"'Ve solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetable I

during Gala from anyone's automobile: therefore It
Week, judging by the ,
preparations folks ,
Some of Ean finllle's en- ------ --- -- - --" -- --- -- --
will be young
that a treat for his friends (and theyare
; are
going on along the Melbourne Sunday
to
joy driving every
river. i legion: ) to be permitted to even take Eau Gallie.Mr.
.
afternoon.
buck seat, thereby enjoying the ease
:Mrs. W. F. Richards entertained the I and speed of brisk traveling behind a : Messrs. Prang and Elleibrock are makIng .

I Absolutely Pure. Eden Social Club last week. A very horse that can hold Its Own with the some new cement side walks on New Noar's new resilience Is almost
pleasant party was present and It was best of them. Haven avenue.
\\9ElSNOSUBSmTUTE much enjoyed by all. ready for Its tenants.

J. T. Waters met with quite an acci- Messrs. O* M. Brown and C. J. F. The first cold wave of the season onSaturday
A number of the Eden ladies thank dent in the early part of the week, whileat Campbell made a business trip to Titus- and Sunday last.
Mrs .K. :M. Hudson of Tibbalu, for pleasant work in the granary trying to dispose vllle Tuesday.
entertainment at Tibbals Bathing of a sack of corn. The effort proved to !Mrs Henry Hodgson Is now settled
Stuart Club last Thursday: afternoon be rather more than he was able to man Quite a number of our young folk her Eau: Oallla home for the winter.
went to Tttusvillo last: Sunday to the
Rev. )'. age.:( In the heavy lifting some thing up
W. Weatherwax held service The cold wave of last week Is coloring
Kitching: visited the Cottage In the Congjvgutional church hen both seemed to give way In his back, from big camp meeting. the oranges and lemons In this district
Amy home Tuesdaj.Lberl moiulug and evening last Sunday which he seemed unable to recover. The The Junior League Social last Satur .-._--
hi week, leturntng There will\ bo services lime in result was, that when found he was lu a day afternoon, hold at the home of Kev Albert Mathers' homo Is almost fin
again two
for the new I ished. This building Is a credit to the LOOK TO YOUR EYES.If .
semiconscious
ground condition
and affair.
the lying on Hawk pleasant
week.- Nov. was a
on 8Ui, at II a. m, and 7 m. very
)p.
f.Tnr ohn( Michaels'. Building the floor, from which position Mrs. Wa- town. suffering from any eye defects or weals
sill begirt thin week. Mrs. Chas. R 4 ampbell, of Miami, tats extricated him, helping him to the Hotel Carleton will soon open Its doorsto The steamer Canaveral left for her reg. sight call at my new woll-appolnted optical -
Ilull'
spent several days lust week house and bed. the traveling public AV'e predict a Institute. /Special lens
last visiting He Is uow able to be ular in complete
home trip Tuesday Ramsey
on Capt.
J ll.mcock Hi'ilved Cairo III. The relatives here Mis Campbell hits two out again, and rejoicing that nothing I full season for this home like resort. command grinding outfit In connection.JDn \

'day evening from tine children. Little Maigaietls as bright serious came of the the desire to emulate Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee, of F.. II. AUM8TKONO,
In town.
II the \happiest man as a dollar and Call Is one of the dearest Samson Brooklyn, arrived last Tuesday night Miss Mollie Nicholson of Melbourne, 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, .111-

schooner Mary B., was In port and best babies on the river. Those people that are termed "star We are glad to see them once more I In w
Look with a cargo of oil. Captain Messrs. Racey, Miller and Hole are gazers" have abundance of pleasure In their pretty winter homo In Melbourne.Mrs. Monday last.

fed! Bald i l he made the run down planning Oala Week to suit themselves.Instead studying the geography of the heavensat Katherine R. Gilman, of New Mrs Gilbert, M his DIIRcom and Mr. J. Indianola. "

Jacksonville In 30< hours. of moving northward with the the present time. Venus rising the York, writes that she hopes to be In l\lel- A. Gilbert are now In Unit Uallle for the

Reginald:( Kitching speared 14mullot crowd, they will\ go west, on a good old eastern sky as morning: star, Is simply bourne about the 20th of December to winter months.

tor Wednesday morning before hunt. We hope they do as well, if not magnificent In all her glory: casting her spend the winter at Hotel Carleton as Messrs. Wye have purchased the sloop James Sandnis find sister, Mrs. Wn-.

.,ct. Fishing for sheephead with better, than heretofore, and return la- beams alike on land and sea, with a great she has done for many years. It Is needless Maoatawa, foi'met'ly owned by J<'. K, Colby Diamlinur, ot hlnunicaue up Saturday
Id reel Is now In full swing deneJ with the spoils of the chase. brilliancy that Is fairly startling to the to say a welcome awaits her. of Maoatawa, !Mich. to attend the funeral of their grandmoth-
beholder; while Jupiter, with his four
Boley Kitching has received a cold Prof. Boutelle, our teacher at Jensen, satellites descending the western sky as Mr. and Mrs Edger< Jones and Master The E C. Lumber A; Supply Co's. or.

flag from :hection Director A. J. held a written examination in order to evening star, Is no less to be admired. Otis arrived from Baltimore, last Saturday schooner had her foremast cart led! away John Waller was down from Tltusvlltn
,dl!. This lag( will t fly from the grade his senior class, which was some All Inferior stars are exceedingly beautiful night. Their hosts of friends are during the heavy "Northor" of last weuk to attend the funeral of his mother, who
joobia building whenever there Is what mixed. The examination was for and help to proclaim the oranlpoten- glad to see them back again. We are always paused away Saturday morning at sin
I rata cold wave. the 8th grade, and 80 was the requiredper cy of an all-wise ruler. The cold and glad to see old& friends return to 1'. A. McMillan has sold the hull of the o'clock.
tentage. At the head of the class clear atmosphere of the past few nights Melbourne! it speaks well for the place. steamer Kathleen to a North Carolina
e cold lines on the weather map was Miss Jessie Miller with 8-! }, with party who will turn her Into a fishing Mrs. Julia HiPllwlich nod two children

S,arrives daily, Is gradually getting Miss Una Miller with 84} second. The ___ ---0 .._ ___.._ __ ___ .____ 0 .- .- smack. who recently arrived( from Brtous and the recent cool spell, Is vIMtlng her sister Mrs. H. J. 4 4Flok
balance of the class ranged from G7 to
Many of the vacant cottages In Eau
reminds )
I thermometer read be here.58 less than 30. EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE Unllie are alietidy taken for the coining .
will soon
Jjmlnter I Mrs. Otis Cureton gave a party on Friday winter month by parties from the North Next week we \>xtx
KNIt' oast Fie Co., at this point, In honor of her biother-ln-law, Geo. and even from Canada. of some of our winter residents, and
lavo auxiliary fishing boats in J they cannot help but bo pleased with.
three Cureton of Cuba. This
was quite a The addition to (J. V Paddlson's residence
tnd will add another in a few deer their well laden orange groves.
Jleet: pleasant affair all around. All took partIn Is nearly completed 1 and adds
1 The firm Is doing a good business several of clinch and anotlcablo _.a r 111111't t
A few
games much to the bounty, as well as to the pine tipples are still being
rgfish to northern markets. and suggestive feature of the evening from this aim few
roominess of this line residence. ped 'place, a ranges;
It. McNeil has purchased the A. L. were the score cards-hand painted autumn but next month Mr. J. K Field will commence ..
fcollago on Avenue D. The Capt. leaves Miss Jessie Miller won ladle8' Capt. W. J. Clommon, of Taunion.llI1nl.,1out tho shipping of his hammock

lull engaged In painting his purr prize, a beautiful calender, also Mass., has his yawl Princess, oranges.
;
if hand painted, but there were so many on Hodgson's way, where he Is having
B Ibis week. By the way, you '
Tho hull sad rites the remains ofthe
that some needed repairs done to the vessel. over 1
candidates for
be done do not for. gentlemen's prize
Ian; painting to late Mrs Waller took place; at then
eCaptain, as he Is ono of us. honors were easy we may say. residence of her daughter Mrs. W. IV
A. Bennett has overhauled his
Jimaater B. KitchIng moved into Capt. Wanders, and were atttindod by manysympathizing t
lew postoflice building this week. BRONCHITIS FOR TWENTY Years. 1 motor launch at Hodgson's! yard this ; lands and. neighbors .,
Mrs. Minerva Smith of Danville 111. week. The Captain will take the Rochester Rev II II The
|>bby of the new postoffice Is twice Tltusvlhe Hti.igU ofllolatud. pallbearers
lie of the old one, and we venture writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty I to : to be hauled out andcopper wore her throe gramlftons, Jame i

that there Is not a better office In years and never got relief until I used L painted. Sanders, C. II. Sandoisand Bruce Nick

,wn In the State the size of Stuart Foley's Honey and Tar which Is a sure A pleasant dance came off In McMil! ols, with their cousin, Ham !Sanders.
iiut as iiood: as Miami's but not cure." Sold by B. R. Wilson and Son. lan's hall on Friday last Quite a number Mrs. Waller loaves three ohiloren to>

I a large of guests from Melbourne were pies- mourn her death, !Mu. W. B. Handors,

Marie Johnston moved Into her MANAGER WANTED in this county ent. Mr. John" Shave acted as "Master Mrs. Nickels and I Mr John Waller.

"ldenci\( on Avenue D, this week. and adjoining territory, to represent and of Ceremonies.
nldenco U quite an addition to the advertise an old established business __ nf flea W. Hopkins, of Bear Lake, M loll., ANGER IN FALL COJ.DFall
It in a two-story structure wnhrooms house of solid financial standing Salary I U adding some MKIO I head ..f cattla to the colds are liable to hang on all winter

and a porch, and being $;11 weekly, with $:.1 per day for expenses i aliondy huge number on his lunch Westof leaving/ the seeds of pnuiimonU, bronchi
Jut white with a background of paid each Monday by check direct from ..ry I l.dI Kan Ginlie. 1\1 r. Hopkins will soon tis or consumption. Foley's Honey anti
Briea makes It have a advanced and Tar cures quickly and prevents serious.
pines very heaquarters. Expenses I be numbered among the "Cattle Kings"
tomtits. It U old and roliublo tried and
J'lj appearance horse and buggy furnished when necessary of Florida ,
positlonpermanent. Addres President I tested; safe and sure. Contains) opiu'et -
,ievei, you hear a pineapple grow- :; 010 Monon: Building, Chicago, III.\ and I will not cllnM'IIJllto. Hold by
Jo owns' large) tracts of wild land]) u .JH wa.| II. R. Wilson: Hon, TlttiHvllle.

f?because l'euplearegllnjto Cuba r er, of Chicago, III., m'uivad in Eau Gallic _______..n ___
lepinen, cell! \him that If he would Fort Pierce.The Monday lust. The party will spend the A NEW PAPER.
IIe! same people land at a reason winter cruising on the East Count, .
1'un, they might locate on the East ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING. Colby being the owner of a large yacht, -
People are being driven to Cuba oil boat arrived In port today with the Plnta, now on the ways at Tltusvllle The Fort Ploioe New i Is tho name of
-eland is too high In some places.re a full cargo. NEATLY, CHEAPLY and EXPfcDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT THE OFFICEOF having her hull and machinery over. an eight page weekly paper that U to bo
hauled. Capt. Colby has a home at KauUallle. < pu lh.hed In that young town early InDecember. ?
wan a meeting of the officers of Eddy Edge and family moved Into THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUHVII.LE. Chas. 8. Kmorson, of Chi

othodist HiimUy School Wednes- their new house Tuesday. -- -.- --- cago, Is the editor And publlshnr and h.
'sting! to discuss Christmas tree ------ The K. O. I.. Society met on Tuesday piomlses to make tho New one of tli*. :
ti The Sunday School now has Mrs. Fransen and daughter, of White evening at the Baptist church where a '
: has aided the study of astronomy, greatly St Lucie. I best papers on the East: Count Amil
in town
visitors
1I01I'Inglist officers : Mrs. Thos. City, were pleasant to the delight of Its many devotees most Interesting program was rendered. I what Is very gartlfylng to Mr. Emerson ,
p.BUpcrlntcndent; Stanley Kitch- Tuesday. The next meeting of the society will be : and of great Importance, the people _t'
JuTetary, Chas McPberaonr, treas- Quite a number of our citizens intend Miss Salad and her trousseau arrived, accompanied In- L. Ti. Phillips has a very pretty new I on :Tuesday evening, November 3rd, Fort" I'lerce are giving the now ent ,- ;

|Thompson, librarian; B. Kltcbfi taking In the Carnival at Jacksonville by Murphy's pets much, to the de. row boat built by the Indian River Boat when a debate will beheld by several price every encouiagement and IIUp Ol'. i
Hogarth: Mrs. Uaney, Mrs. II. next week. town Saturday evening and Launch Co. members hereafter to be named. Mr. Tropical Sun:
am, )lrs. C, McPherson, Mrs. \V. light and amusement of their numerous Lowe kindly acted as critic at the last I i,
lag If you want to attend a model Quite a number of our citizens took In admirers. For the enlightenment of the We learn that a large party of prominent meeting, lining the position to the satisfaction
School) !R0 to the church Sunday ; the campmeetlng atTltusvllle and all re- uninitiated would sav, that "Murphy's Philadelphia belonging to the St. of all present. Foley's /Honey and Tar euros couffb ;
,
ngat.'t ,.103t1'liN port a most enjoyable time. Pets," Is a nice little booklet containing Lucie Club; will\ arrive here In about a ... and cold and prevents pneumonia. Takerno
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fifty recipes for cooking potatoes, whileIn week substitutes. B. U. Wilson. A Sou.: 1 1'I'o \
child of Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
The infant Trousseau" "WATCI'I'BEKIDNFYM:
and tier
; :\IIKK Salad you '-
: 'I'I\ns: A NIGHT.r.enton .- The be- The Indian River Boatand Launch Co., 1
dUd Monday morning
Strange of dressingall they are alTocteil life Is In danger .
read of thirty-two ways says
l-
en Dunn 'It> Ferry Wrlte have sympathy.The may of this place, have just placed a nice new Illu IclnnMi
-I 1 have had kidney and reaved parents our sorts and kinds of salads Both will Ur. Abernelhy, HIM great English phy- \
Palmer In Harry Hurnmel'llu'sflllhing
In In the mixture-of engine ..Iolall.'oley'. Kidney Cine makes
held services mysteries
be found helpful
|trouble for became Rev Tompkies
years, and It Is fond. boat. sound kidneys, bold by Wilson A Son. A baritone horn for sale new ,
f'' that I atMuzeo the Methodist church Sunday morningand of which nearly everyone neatly ;
was
limes obliged to I get up evening. Quite a number were In The little volumes are gotten up In a I We understand E. C. Mummerlln, Sr., un.ou< ; will sell for U.OO.: Can bw I
a night. never ref I
any benefit attendance.The unique style were compiled and publish and his live oldest sons expect to leave seen bt the store of I

Jne until permanent! I tried 'erKidney reminded ed by Mrs. Dewltr C. Owen, of Dixon, this section shortly for Cutler, where Georgiana.Uncle J. 1C. WAIKKU: Co., 'Ij'IjCOltt
After last few days has us Illinois Both were sent to one of our they hope to find good homesteads. Tltunvlllo, Flu.
using two bottles, I am very forcibly of winter and overcoats ladies, as an especial messenger !
Sold by U, K. Wilson & Son. went prominent lIon. James E. Alexander, candidate .
In demand. The thermometer all
were on her birthday, and will In probability Hughes went to Cocoa,Tuesday.Mrs Are You Ooliiic North'f
to 44 here which Is pretty low for this be studied with great zeal. Yet for congress, visited at this place before
the barbecue at Fort l'lerce. We learn A. L. Bruner and daughter Beth,
the the remainder -
White City. time of year. we have a sense of pity for he has caused a broad smile to steal over Mien O'Neal and Mlwt Nell Owen spent let over the Olyde IJne
The contract Is out for a large two of the family that may have to attestto while the faces of many to whom be promisedto Saturday' last In Cocoa. from Jacksonville to New York

story building, by Mr. James Andrews, the proficiency of the student, put "on the shady side of easy street" CHAS. II. WALTON, Agent,
MiinHon hail been sick for
Br A, Chr'' tensen was on the sick to be used for the printing office of the trying to demonstrate abstruse problemsin when be gets to Washington. We learn F. W. quite Tltusvllle, Fla. tUrl&ylu"
Holmis down !'
week Dr. Saturday
of came -
last which will make Its unknown qualities.
week. Fort Pierce News these smiles are In vogue from Saint and his better
patient wax reported
c,5.Iull n. of Eden first Issue on, or about the 3rd of Dec. Lucle to Palm Bench. Below there we ,
spent severs on Monday .
s hi. grove here last week. returned Saturday night have no account.. I Illr. -
John Wynn Rockledge.
South I .. DeVae Same and baby of Cour-
all I hide
The happy couple were Praying or hauling of promptly -
bride.
Lucle turned to
with a Nearly all of St. out
-oopioelthe! and Jones came from tenay, has been visiting her parents, Mr. I attended to. Menu all train!. Business -
J J of presents and had
many Pierce
Sat.- the recipients the barbecue at Fort a
and Bower for the few
: midnight train friends here who unite lo Mrs. pant days promptly attended to.
Right their fine time. Many Interesting speecheswere
many EdmundDay's
W. V. Rhodes Is painting She returned home Tuesday Tltusvllle.5JT" .
life of health and KMOMSII A HOI.TK9,
:aOlU1 P wishing them a long heard. (0ev Jennings captured
and W Fredrlckson, of prospeiity. buildings.Mrs. every one we have heard of. He Informed Mr. Barnes, of New Jersey, was In

'rf Quests of Mrs. Fransen Keenhold, who went to her Joe Paxton who has been quite your correspondent be expectsto town two days last week, looking after We cannot guarantee to publish

Sunday.weatllel Miss Susie Des Moines, la, In July, to attend sick the past week Is some better. be at Fort Pierce either In Januaryor the property of his sister, the late hl f rB. Item that do not reach this office before-
> ) has been home In Miss Mrs. February next. Gov. Jennings Is an S. A. Bulkier, who dlt4lln Jacksonville, Thursdays.
very cool forra. the wedding of ber sister i Miss May Hartwell was calling on i noon on
,10 days, the thermometer dropping Grace and John C. Brockman, of Fresno, Salmon and Mrs. B. I... Johnson, last able speaker, of pleasant voice, and commanding several erable real months estate ago on the Hbe East owned Coast consld-

morning Cal! on Aug. 5, will return to Fort Saturday. presence. FOR ALL KINDS: OF JOB PRINTINGremember

: to gel any mall Tuesday or Pierce today, Friday Miss Keenhold reports and Mrs. Averill arrived at their Quarterly meeting will be held here the AUVOCATB office and
tWrlil gt J ""It, for some reason at a delightful visit with her parents, Mr.home on Monday. M r. A"erlIllsln No danger of consumption If yon use Saturday and Sunday of this week. Dr.Uder do not fall to snnd us a share of your
nil '"iknown. to us. Mr. and Mr. Geo. Keenhold, and her cosy health Foley's Honey. and Tar to cure that stubborn l Is a fine speaker and a good I work. We will please you.. 1
'frleOd friends. rather poor cough. /bold by D. n.Wilson ot SOD. preacher, and It Is a rare Intellectual
many
rfer sod neighbor, Charles Bee- M.... J. J. White and niece, JsssleIockbart I r treat to listen to his sermon Kvery-
Re sa* been to Titus vllle for a Two From Keatli. were visiting Mrs. Salmon last body Is cordially Invited to attend. Sonic Special Offers.
( will' "leave the last of this week Saves Friday, also Mrs. R. R. Paxton and Mrs.J. Merritt.
elan l "<,, bis had an almost fatal .
oegin
winter garden. "Our little daughter E. Bettler wiled on Sunday. "
I
() Confessions of 1'rlret.Rev. .
t IW Dave J him away all win- attach of whooping cough and bron- a The Florida Fruit and Truck (Grower

> mm success In his work.1000.W. chide," writes Mr. W. K. Havl and, of M. C. Salmon Is build at Rockledge another cottage.helpingJ Thos. F. Verne and son are expected Jnf). S. Cox, of Wake, Ark., the new monthly Journal, devoted especially .
N. Y. "but, when all other J. White to writes "For 13 I suffered 1 from to the Interests of the fruit and
-- Armonk, like Mr. White would next week at the River View hotel years vegetable -
'Qf'r MORE TIJAY $ W. remedies failed, we saved her life with A few more men of Yellow Jaondlce. I consulted a number growers of the State U publUhedl
lainview Neb. writes ") King's New Discovery. Our niece soon make quite a town ltockledge. Young chickens are lo demand; ordersare of{ physicians and tried all sort of medicines at kola at tl a year. Single copies) lOo-
lferoi, from l lung trouble l :for Jl' Sho had consumption In advancea still coming by mall to Blair's Poultry but got no relief Then I began For a limited time a six months trial

18' m. ,trled! of doo- wags also used this wonderful mediciueand FREE-Knowing what it was to suffer, Farm. the use of Electric Bitters and feel that subscription will be sent to new subscribers
:1I over HOW( without relief. today she Is perfectly well. Desperate I will give FREE OF CHARGE, to any I>r. Bartlett of Providence, arrived 1 am now cured of a disease that bad for 23 cents. Or both the Fru It anti! ;;

.4 n throat Discovery; .e yield to afflicted, a positive cure for Eczema,Bait last Monday and S. K. Clark of Manchester me In Its grasp for twelve years." If Truck Grower and Semi-Weekly Time-
reeo mendednFoley's Honey 1>r. King'. New u to no other Rheum Erysipelas, Piles and Skin dls- England, accompanied him. you want. reliable medicine for liver Union for 'L25. Or with the Thrice--. + '

''i IOd thaake to this great remedy medicine 00 earth. Infallible for coughs gases. Instanttelief. Don't suffer longer They are at the Blair cottage. Mr. ClarkIs and kidney trouble, stomach disorder or Week World of New York,both one year
her life' She enjoys batter heal- and aDd tl.OO bottles guar- write F. W. Williams, 400 ManhattanAve. quite charmed with the Island and general debility, get Electric Bitters. It's for '1.2.1.

I1Ibttit lb. known\ In ten ten years.. colds.all druggl.ts. Trial bottlesfree. ., New York. may bring his family here. guaranteed by all druggist Only Me. L. J. BRUMBY, J>l&b. Ocala.Fla., ,

tea Sold by Wilson, son. .

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 30. 1903.


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.Free and awoke, grouped his lantern, rusbe l y Florida East Coast

through the doorway and out to the Ry

Accented ,.,.,. n////// ,, Masons platform only to see the rear lights ot
the flier disappearing In the distance LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct. 10.1

He swung his red lantern, but to npurpose
SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.
; It wan too late. NORIHI.i'' DRUDNo.99
90 -
lndlan IJfefjPPl.N When he rushed out to the platform No.29 '-

River JiMrapt 'Tltu vlll< he had left the doors open behind bin. D.. D..I11' STATIONS. .' IJ ve, .781
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Suddenly lie heard the sound of his Instrument rf a .,
J ygCeF .8 00 D fO .. ..... ... ... .,. .. -
ryFlorida.. coiling ;7 r. e a .
Lodge ; tho dispatcher was v : .IIOa"II.lIa., ..'.:::..::::. ..6trJaakeonvllle.. .. ... .? L.I\ DS
HoltlM ItAneeeOngNthe.nnondan4; fourth Friyy him. lie hesitated a moment; he trembled 8 CDpd08aa........ ........,Augu8UIlIl .. .......: :J
.. of sash, niontli, a' their room, Indian.. Klv, (Should he answer bill a 8 DO p .11 28.. ............... ...... JlIl.Unlt............. .: ip
all
Hotel,Tltu -illB, at 7:3n o'olurk p. m. over. tUl'.l1. .. ., .. .., .. E. l.al..tk. .... .. : : ;P
3. L.rarrutlmr' Wornhlnful ....ter. call He realized that he had beer .d -: 5330p Wt2 OpAr. .. .. .... .......t'rutkr.... .. . L ;'NpI
T.: II. rtai.ilert, Hnnlor War
W. Carrolljunior Wur len. slon seemed sure. It almost made bin ;;t i.. m p ...... Ar.. ... ...... ....San Mate,... .......... J J. .
.1. M. Dlxon, Traniirer.F. ... ... 810 Lv..8." 1\1111.." ...,... ... \
A. Morgan; Honretary.II. a coward for the moment but haeln'the 4 5 .!a oi''f ; x1jii p Lv.. .......... .... eovr .... ... ... j,. '. SSp0ll
F. Brown Chaplain.J .aonn. worked' night) and day for the pas _g :? t813pr12aG p .. .. .... ..... ....,.>funnelip.. ......... .. <
K. Walker senior. l> aonn.F. ? The agent's wife ball died, and : .. aB20p,12ftp. .............. ..... .llIl p....t............ .. .. .: 111ap"
P. W. lUilxtrt Junior Htewanl. week .. 111 .860 p. 11f p ... ....... ....Orut. std. .......... .. --li!I ,
JII.'r"JI"r, Hnnlor Junior Btewaril. he had done double duty. Would not (4 vtr s ill tl, tf 1iI.s .8 OBp..l 27p .....:........... Daytona .,....... ..... : ;
V. A. U..I"r., him HP hurried Into his .s .D 21 p e 881' ... .. ...Port Orange ..,. ..... : Sip
lit K.!: .h, Tyler. this' excuse :.. ,,860 pN203P...................N..ow IIlIIyrlla......... .. I : _. -. -_ .. office and answered his call. The dlspntcher d p ::5 'ii0101a226ii ........ ........ ...Oak11111.. ..... ... .... ; :!ui
sent order annulling the lusty ig .1056px168p ........ ......... .'l'h".vlIe" ....,., .. .,,. Epat
an 4 80pU333p .. .... ...... ... ..Onl'l." ............ .. i ipEl140pf '
13ATTLEDWITH one which\ had been the cause? of thoperator's <' :II"i. 13Sp............ ... .....4t .oklodgn.' ..... ..... .. .. 'ni""it
nwfal nnxlety. The "flier1 '1.. 8111 Ian N 4 all I' ... ................ nu, ONllle....... .... JI. ilO5P
ATS. .s .19 24 a s 4 13 p .. .... ........... ..Alelt.nurne.. .. ... .... .. .
could safely go rn to the next station T ..II> ,,1011110" 4 63I ........ ....... .... .S..b..HtI". ...... .... ,_ et:
the bad been delayed aiu iio f201af043p..................Ht.Ln.I. .... ..... .. I. *i
Woman because express V e918a5 II lip......... ....... :.Ft. 1'ferce,. ..... f4*
Awful Ejrperltnc of a by a hot !lox. ] f9OUSfe13p .. ........ .......Tlhlals ........ ; ,11 'I .' UttL'S
In a CtitiJerl Jiurroundtd The felt better. (248.5 II 17p ...... ............... .Rdrn....... .. ... 11 it C .ass
'. operator Tri-Weekly Sailings I a I 45. e 8 Up............. ....... Jensen ......... ... .. .1. Wlill
by I "."t". thtllllla,831p., ... .. ....... .... .8 "Rrt............ //1'0 U., '
: f8I111afIl67.." .. ....... ... ... Hotw /Sound! .. .. ... J'IC t' IIIl:
YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING m "II f8 a S 713 p ........ ...... West J u pltftr... .. .. 1. ;
An espprlonco terrible enough to hnvfbeen When take Grove's Tasteless Chill BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK ,. f 2Oa 8 7 f7 r .... ..........Wo Palm 8..oh. ... ... i1y t :'SI..I,
you ell ow stOSasa12p ........... ... .. .Boynton. .. ,........ .. '
Imagined by ICdKiir!: Allan Poe hue Tonlo because the formula Is plainly ii Z: L e 1011 a a 8 21 I' ... .. ...... .... D..I ray. ...... .. .. .. ,J 13 t2 ii,I
Lefalleu Mrs. Sarah Hart of Paisley. printed on every bottle showing that It tininngly I [[ at Charleston, both ways) III" ,,8 1)1 a a 8 07 p . .. ..... Ft. LIOn".d.' ... ...... .... 12 MiW,
Iron and Quinine In a tastelesifotm. ; :- r 8RJa" 8 20 I' ... .;........... HAllandale.. ... ... ..... .. .: Wo'
She had been working In the fields Fullest the Service w .8000."Df7p.. ... ....... ..L<>n101IC1t' .. ... ; ,
and was on her way home on Saturday No euro, :No pay. LOots The S Steamships in Coastwise _=- e T OOa" D 66 plAr' .. .. ..... .... .... r.aml. ... .. .. t- 5: .4e,'

night when she mistook' her way and SCUKDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
by some moans which sho la unable to The Charm of the Ml.*lalppl. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
To novice eyes a trip down the Mississippi -
fell in small stream which BA.NFORD BRA.NOH. ORANGE
explain a is full of wonder. Not the beau Direct Service Between Ol'I'YST URANCB.No. .

ruim Owing Into to the a river ri'cont Curt heavy Scotland.' rain the ties of the Hudson does one find not Jacksonville, Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, lln/! 1 .T' Ud". Daily o.12. N Bally: i 1 I'ull No,T 8 T' n.. Dull X0.2

stream wan In (Hood and was rushing the ensiled turrets of the Rhine nor at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ;f-be a n. ........ Titu.vl .. .. ..Ar.U80r' I IIT -
the guy pageants of the storied (Calling 114. L.,.. ...... ... lIm.A. na.3711 oJOO".IOIOllJ.v: N SmYIlla ,'
along like a mountain torrent. At a lit. of SE.Ml-WEEKLY 8AILINR8: 18 R8 a Lv. ...... .,. ....." ..........., El I >52> .SU".II ... ,.v L.lk. If !
tie distance down its course from 1'uis- Thames, nor tho gentle loveliness Southbound... .... .... ... .... .. ... .. .. .. . .. .. .... ..... ... ..frmnLewis Wharf HoBtoi .8Ma ,.,.. .... ...E"'ftrprI8.. .... ...Ar ell 00.1. 3531' ell m," Lv niii, 111
{ ley the stream enters culvert... that small stream taint graces themountain Northbound .... .... .. .. .. .. ........ .. -.. ....from--foot of Catherine Street, Jauknonrllli _PIlO.r._ ..... _141" i rd .. .. ...I.v..IOW: "oJOO".II4. \i 0""
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of North Carolina-O
Swept Into this tunnel Mrs. Hnrt region No. No. 2, No 19 i lito. No ::11 No 20SundaySnnd.y
thrice fair Swimnnoii:: !-but a beauty St. Johns Diver Line. MAYPORT
Clyde I I I I
made frantic cll'orts to Holzo on something flail, I D.II) BRANOn. h"" ''
that would stay her progress and all its own has this wonderful Mlssls- Line.) I onl ..only ..!.2'ine ,

ultimately succeeded In gripping a projecting Hlppl which on Its serpentine way Denary AND SANFORD. II 00 I' a1O Olin. 8 30 I' a 81111 10 L. .. ... .,. .. .., ....ll'e ...... g
from pearly Lake Itnsca to the blue BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE e208p.101'Pass381 I eatoaLa..8oJeiaevdle........ .11"1 .. .. 1D P
stone, on which, with a struggle of the Mexican gulf traverses Stopping: at Falatka,Attor, St.' Frauds, Itere f"rll1el.&nI( ( ), and intermediate land. 5240 104a.-6i3.!' a02aaAr..PsMnlesb.! ..,. .. ... 'I I ; '
she found herself able to alt. waters ings on tnerlt.Junu'niUTur. f240pt10aa.fC16pf.84aAr, ........ ....AWrboRack._.. .. .' '
2,010 miles of territory, Its legendsand JAClChONVILLK.: a 00 p all, 0Ii a. 8 40i' a 0 00 a 1r. ... ... ..1I.yror' ''' k',1' 7 t.HD
In terror of the darkness and the rush STEAMER "CITY Ol .
Its flush times before -- - ---
of water abe rexolved to make an effort traditions. great 13 APPOINTED TO BAIL, A>* FOLLOWS These Time Table allow the time at which train. may bi- \ <".'. .
and tho war "Its spectacular history North.U.n.r--;; from the several Btatlonn. but their a rival or icparturp' at th.-a i sr
the stream get
to fight against may all be learned from some' quaint S""LI.-li".1 8CIU'UI'LF.: 1ttlLllnll. nor doe* the Company hold Itxelf p"n8Ible for ""V' delay' or n .- I. ?
culvert. Tho flood however, Read. down from.
( out of the old river man who will gladly give full i.euve 3 30 .... ... .. .,..... .....Ja.;keanvlltu. .,.. .. ... .... ... .... \rrIY. II (HJ"); ur''' --
wait too strong for her and she was measure of his lore. There Is a charm Leave 114.1 p.'iL III ....... .. ... ........ ....l..tk.' .. ...... .. .. ...... .. .. save. 800 p. m.
again swept buck. Hbo rnuKht onco Leave 3 W a p.. 101. ...... .... ... ..... .. A.tur ... ... ..... .. ..... Leave. 2 3111". 10. KEY WEST AND HAVANA!
had In the vast stretches of forest In the Leave 4 30 a. 111. ... .... ... ..............Nt. Jo.'eIM.. .. ....... ... ... ..... ... leave 1 01'' )>. In
Wore at the stone which she Just loneliness of the great stream Father Leave .. ..... ... ....Bareetord. (Uel.and) .. .. ..... ...... Leave U 0I'1I"' ''''' PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIF CONNECTIONS: AT t tCommanclnar III
quitted and resolvod to remain there mightiness and supreme Arrive 8 3n. m. .. .... .... ............. lI..nturd ... .... ...... ... ...... Leave 1/30 a. my 1OO3
ot Waters-In its September SO
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for the nightThen -r -
I' its sunsets and its sun -
length
for the first' time she found that Pen'l Passenger! and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. SOUTH BOUND.>> NORTH! BOivannTh .D
rises.-Sports Afield. Lv Miami Sundays and Wednesdays.... ,itidAr p
the culvert was full of water rate F. M.IRONMONGER: Aiwt. Men.Pass. Aft. 204( aunt llav St.,.Jacksonville. Fla. Ar K.>y Went Sundays and Wedaeldayl.. 816.1'I K.. \\ent Thin,.p,..ti.JLr
W. G.0001'ERJr., Local. Frt.Aict. Jarknnnville C. P. LOVKI.L: 9U|. rint nilenC Jacknonvllle.foot LT Key, West Wedno.day..... K.r\ \\PMI, )Moiulajh, .:, '' I
How to Make linking Powder, Hogan St.,Jncknonyillo. Fla. ArBavansThursdays.. .... ... ArMlsni'HoidyaandI., 1 1An ,
A. C. HAOKRTY Oun'l K.isfn l'a*.. Act; New York rr.VDHI1LXK,Oftn. Frt. Ant.; New York. --
Nine ounces soda four ounces creamf TIIKO.. K:JKK. Oeneral' Ma'I..C"r. \VJt1. Y VL1.'O..Oen..ral. AKenta.ClienubrouKU addition to stars St..m.l. >lp.will be operated h'tween. Key Went an I FUvaniiifi
tartar, ten ounces cornstarch, four : Bonding 11 "State' St., Opposite Battery Park. New York. Lv. Hey Wont Mondays and Friday ....7 30 pi ILv Ha vena 1'""8iiarB an' -< turlii. I I.
Ar. and .8 I(Wall Ur Was' ,. n '4p
uncei tartaric acid. Sift thoroughlywith C. \VALTOX.. Agent, TltiHvIll Fla.1tIaiitioaif1h'i HavanaTunsday Saturday Key Turwlayx ano"
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This ________
flour.
of wheat
one quart For copy' of Local Tim CarA.or other Information address an)' Vii,
makes two quarts and costs about DOcnta.
J. D. RAHNEH Asst. Oon. Paas. AGent, ST. AUGUSTINE, ]F
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Ulan;,;" Ton Penny Nail Through
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I Ills )(uuel. "\" ')..., 'a >ETRQR AW nsw''
Through Car Line from Florida. J '.
The Great
i ; While opening/ box, J, C. Mount, of .j, ...: _.::..
eI I Mireo[ Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten penny '1'. ('; ."- CLZFZAND
EAST.
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Till
TO
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)pill, through the fleshy part of his hand "1 .-.- ........J" If.. =-: 0oy
V"V hi thought at once of all the pain and Over Its own rail' to Savannah, Charleston, Kichmonfl I'Washington, thence r CIf.lC'A 59URG
this would be via the p..nn.vlvnnlRllrOl"I.: \ \\"''"'''M
I oienoHS" cause me, says, ylll1l .
"' Chamberlain's SF
Immudlntely applied tI IM
'sin Hal in and orcitsionally afterwards TO't'IIE: WKST..The .
'1'0 my surprise. It removed all pain and ; Louisville A Nimhvllle, via Mc.iUKoinf ry. The Mobile & Ohio K. K. GW"59'Louis
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oioneas and I the Injured parts were ,soon
Till KAS'1VIA S1'1A,11S1111'; rj
TO Vy
enlod." Mold by 1 all druggists and me- R! uf
lathe dealers. VII\ Savannah and Ocean Steamship Oompituv. for New York rhlladeldhlu, Boston. -

Via Noifolk Steamer to New Yolk Wnahinirton nnd li.illlmore. Via Hvaoii.ih ;\ '\ pVGti
Meichuum'l nod Mloern'. Trunaporttnlon Company fur Baltimore '"
.. 1r'
Hot toV. U Kid Glove.. and I'hlhllJephhl., \ 1.0VJ.SVJ.tl 4i.urr .
To wash! kid( gloves llrst' get the kind ( r;:, .r.43

t bat will wash.' Then wash them
right. ) uxI
TO KEY 1Vl:[ ANI VVA.V/V..
t >on't Imagine that any old way will I 0
Via 1'etilonular & Occidental. m8hlp Oomonny. 1 I'L4RRIMA.N .4'
do. The wnshuble kid can be cleaned. ___ __u ___ ___ _______ 'I Ihvc: 9 'tc qta
' Jut they demand that It bo done properly Connection Made at Jacksonville for all! Points ::1

The glove must first be "soaked'or

half an hour or more In a lather ofepld 'fNcdtayis
MI M?A OK TICK HTS.: j0c4 r.
: soup and water, tbon washed on ;
\! Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000: ( miles' of among the principal -
the hand In fresh lather and
a finally
railroads In the southern mated' are on Hale by tho principal afient.
Iniied and squeezed gently with a
; For reservation Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ux l lBJ.cJ'l1Jl lRZiflX
owel: so tbat when taken from the ,o7 coLUJrf
land It is not dripping wet and dries rKANK C. BOYLsrOV, Commercial Act. W.I n. sr\RK, Tray PHHS.. Agt.
1.18 Went Bay St., Astor Bnlldlnsr, J.VCKsOWlLLR, FLA. l
'
lUlckly. These economical gloves ((Inbe
T.[ 31. KVtEKSOX': Tr fllo Manaircr. W J. CIIAIG, (Jou'l\ Pass. Agent 2 :
hud in kid or suede and in pn.ttyIhode8 WILMINGTON N. C.


of beaver and gray as well asa _. ..__ __ __ ______ h ___._. __.__ u_ _.__ ___ I %
white. Foe 'f
1'811 tJt1IoVEnor W 411 FULL or BATS.Tbore CHAS. B 2..IvM OO.IU7. a- L NA Yup1'I

tow to Prevent lied sore.. SMOOTH RUNrOUTHKRN
JACKSONVILLE '.
must have been scores of them stow. R.ysa. FLA. I
To prevent l>ed sores rub a littlenethyhited < Pj
she says for they swarmed alt over spirit every day Into the ) J
attacked her furiously and tore her rca
lier. j
affected. the
(arts soonest using palmif
clothing to runs.," LbI
your hand and rubbing very gently 4
bourn she did battle FULL
For nearly eight
FutA. '
till tho spirit evnpntoteao i I
:
with the rodents and spent a night of ToRAILWAY \\aa Clf'l

such intolerable agony that at length

she gnve up exhausted and falling EXPPESS 1 fXPRfSS r.. WASHINGTON NEW YORK II ASHVILLE and
,
carried
nt:ain into the stream, was out ,
of the culvert and Into the river Cart. SUYlOftShylock PREPAID PREPAID and the EAST. | HOT SPRINGS. N. C

Here silo recovered sufficiently to enable ::1 C 20 .11 OF THE SKY:'
her to clutch nt a plank, and at 7 ; CINCINNATI. CHICAGO "THE LAND ]

o'dock in the morning, more dealt than $49I ? n..c NORTH and WEST... || at "The Sapphire Country.j .
niire and quite unconscious she was

rracued by a constable..MOMEjVT N___.. D'an Dlnlnrf Car
was the man who -- I /' 4V j P.all.n a n. Cars S.rvte.On ..,.
.i yr e .All T...!... ThB.
oS'OF wanted a pound of human f

p $ I Doz i> ;I .sOUTltERN RAILWAY K. P. CARY, Diitrict Ps."eM'r'v
HO'R'RO'R.4njrtty J50I2
flesh. There .
are many loa W Bay StraM. JacxaoHTit" Ft* Cl i

the convalescnt t f rl n t II W. A. Tv... .f. T M.. Wuhlncion D. C. 8. H Ha.owie. O r.. A..Wu/llnc'on
4ifwful of a rdtt- Shylocks now, < ts DfllVlRfD fOR WH. H. Tavboa. A. G. .P. A, A'....... cS '
?
graph Operator Who the consumptive, the -
0

1 Jiltpt on Duty. sickly child, the pale young & J $900 $12 .. .


One night some years ngo on the woman, all want human flesh Agents for the Pabst UrwwItiB Co.HERBINE." E.A.B:: <>..A.BJ)

Santa Fe rond the night operator at md they can get it-takeScott's __ -

4 r- was enjoying n short nap with Emulsion. / AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
bill head resting on bU arms, which 1

t were folded on the table, when the dispatcher Scott's Emulsion is flesh .. Malav.
called him. He was all attention -

in a moment.. received n crossing! md blood, bone and muscle.It RI'Sy'!''

f eider. for the down express: to croM tho I feeds the nerves, strengthens 1' moo laanrltshledni physical' wrecks on of than IlI-be.lth probably It any I leaves other la one II.path dja SAVAJfXAH: : COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES (
and tot easeperitlfartodm.rleana
up "flier" at his station replied YOR1G

( in proper form Ho had tarn asleep, the digestive organs and they "\ of the WHY7 m.l.dy Slmpybecause the ." .tern la upon usually theSr.tindication WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW

the time qutnlne, or tb.'dead saourrod With
bat bad aroused' himself for mineral-calomel.
'feed the whole body. Don't Do It. Its. .
n''ou., II
1&11'
tieing and had taken upon himself a aaewwry elehor. W. ..-.vulY BuaraDteo at alt Two Elegant Train Dally .'
heavy rPKpoimlblllty. But ho was tired .
For
nearly thirty years Mail.
before rising Seaboard Seaboard
,, and hesitated a moment Express
from his chair and pulling tho cord Scott's Emulsion has been the .............aDd.A.1I1Ift..eva. form ,
purely b........ Hu Mr an: th. 5lrtSKft.fi:: hand MODERN EQUIPMENT.
that turned the signal in front of the ... PULLMAN
of human flesh. olnm.l-noiui
great giver ........ ( thlT d.Wir. resets, 1( NAro-1
& li..r. .. : '
and rested kldDlt7 and
station.. His bt'nttt'll over SOoperbonle. All Om"uta."-"*trnbfa. ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleeper Jacfcsonviii'

on his arum again; ho was fast asleep. of
4 We will send you a couple nat
TIle "flier" and test express were rushIng .. ear l
free. For fall Information and sleeper reservation call on
ounces
toward each other -some distance

1 nway. to be sure, but surely and swift. SCOTT A BOWNE Cliemlsts.KJQ413 Seaboard, or write

1y Hearing each other. The operator !: PeArl 6trto New York A. O. JlAcDONELL, As t. Gen. Pass. Agt. r6. C. BOVJ! :" '

slept on. Th "tiler" reached- and yjc.anil}t.oo .all 'ruggtMS.: II. 1C. WILSON & SON'. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

zv past the stuUou. The operator



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COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 30 1903. qITU


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A GRASS MULCH. !

JA: -IYVRR :aO'JeL":: :: :Tat It Does Together With Low I

'O lleadlnif In nn Apple Orcliaril.P. .. .

TITUSVILLE P. Vorgon ,Is an Ohio apple 01"
,
ltL xa
the virtuesa ot
ehnrdist who believes In
FLORIDA gross mulch lu the orchard. MVergoii's .
Idea Is to follow nature' J
I
J. 0. BAST, Proprietor plan for the maintenance of tertility
and the conservation of Boll tuolstui

The soil flf his orchard (old pit sture A NEW INVENTION.
I DUCK SIIOOTINO. land) U of a rich loamy nature. 1 In
I I \ ,
and FISHING planting the trees the dense blue gras8
sod Is broken only by the excavatlc ,
Kates: $2 CO) per day of ample boles for the roots of tht
Recently Patented all Over the World.
$10 and $12 per week. young tree which Is set firm as a potlt
at an angle of several degrees towns

JACKSONVILLE. the A southwest mulching of coarse stable manure The Walton.

Is applied In the spring directly after .

NDSOR HOTEL . planting at the rate of a wagon loud :i
to eight or ten trees. In autumn thll
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S mulch Is raked away' from the stem ot Self-Locking Tackle Block.Made .

LARGEST AND BEST YEAK-KO17ND HOTEL.OWNER'S the tree and left la a circle about tbe 1
base. The following spring the remaliIIIR '
In various uliupos and sizes: of
Utter Is again raked up to the trunk
of the tree and a slightly wider circle WOOD, IRON' ami BRONZE Will .'

spaded up about Its roots. This new work equally well with rope, chain or

"ring" of tough Rod Is turned bottom wire rope.

side up and left In a circle under the Will work at any height, upside down,

"drip" of tbe branches. This Is rh'l. < horizontally, or at any angle, and will

I top and look a any point.
I
Invaluable for every klml of business
ll,
where a block IN needed, frequently savIng -

w the labor of one man or more.

Nothing like It for hanging or Ntrctch-

Qt h I log wlroi.
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Address, all communications to the

: + ) Walton Self-Locking Block Co. L 1
It ICI I.. flI i
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bs.i { R I.1 a (lacer porated.) I, it itII
t
r u. a,, .512 y f IUD II l j III'' ;II'II'I I I I ';' I ? 'iii ii Office and Warerooiu 40-1 Atliintlo Avo. II I ,III I IId1'I I I ti'' i I I ( I 4IP I Ii II e
I lrl I I Near Howe's Wharf Elevated station: I{ 'I'Ii
:
i V'rn 'n ll l I iI P '. I! ,
.1 A ;11LLENS, AND PROPRIETORS. ', IdYr 1r1 ?, i l!I d Y ll I l', I I .i; I I I II,,, I BOSTON, MASS.: + II II IIit
II II V I P I'"I i 1
A LOW HEADED HONE B1EAUTT. it .' p l I I Sample blocks can bo noon nt the Al-
I 1 I q fd VOCATH ofllc, TltiiMvlllo; and at the! "tnro
peated for the first four or five yean IS + IJN, lu 'i I Ili lli it f III of S. H. llubbard & Co., Jacksonville +

HAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Mr. Vi'rgon now uses a small mounl1l. Call and MOO these blocks working:
of fine cinders about the stem of tbe
young tree as soon as It has becom The following, out of hundreds are a sample of the testimonials received by the Walton Self-Locking: Block Co.; p

well established which Is usually by; M Hliiokntmm Btr' *'t,It.mtoil,Jan 111'IIHM.WAttos :l.

the si-rond year. lie finds tbe cinder Hm.HiL ppotite pOBtofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re- mice. Tb NsNTLKMESr-1'ourequetrdustn i l gIveanhonestr.pnmonthsprlctlnIlwnrkhlgofyouraetrL.( ) +kang ntnklohhE+ floor to another,...tn.W. ,
in effectual protection from WciuUi we love iiiuitl different kInds of blat'ksn on* fnoti ry on our el"v""il traoK. lo,1sting and lowering from utiri
Hay t..t.od and tl.oiu: HIM iii.mt reliable and Iwpt, block of thin kln" we have ever imnil.
headed trees cool .. block
brunches of the low have given 1110 Walton Bolf Ixx'klnic a pretty ii'n
unit Kind to thin. I.":I..e. ....1 ilium than |II""sad to know that at liuttv'' Imvo, rtinnil what wu havU.fur yesrsuw.nibunttug
are give you
lit Invention wn
flated.! Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . lie upon the mulch.As 'It a great tor. Yon oau use Ibis notice In any way yrnj i iefc.".
subsequent culture of the tree Yours very truly DUNCAN! iftCO.,

the wonderful matted growth of fine.
$2.30( and I
tee day
per up. JlLOCK.CO.,
blue grass Is each season mowed and WALTON filtl\'I'LK.ICJlI AKL..r.tOC.KINI1, :About two veeh virn I jMirrt ..jiKrrm jou a pelt of B In. m". IMocklng tackle Mocks, wltb CO frt or rope' ,Lull you asked meal
In circle about each tree beneath the time to report to the company If I found tlinn. nut Ufactory.'liKl .
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. raked up a I :.. t..M; am very inui'b |>i..ane.*ni amiflml the block put right all the.time an-I In every |1ln'e.> Tliey. are irvrlalnly what e v-
the drip of Its branches. A sec Vas time and lul,or. "' "oLo..la your .
try man needs, who any tine for block, a. the) tnv i P. ROWKI.L,
and growth at once takes place and Youra truly, Denier In Orstn.ud Mulltlers' 8iii>|>IUta,, Newport N.H.H | d
the surface Is again promptly covered

SIMORELAND West Bay: and Cedar Street with a dense luxurious matting whlclles "' .MKLr-f.OOKINn. CO. H'..U>nT M"KS. .',,, anil. have hem. fair test and
HOTEL tbe ground during thiemnlndcr nitviLKMF: !-We ),'If"h"\\ "t> you av ret of sixIoeh.elf 'kcking tackle block.weakroI'e I | to lit, 1st. plven I a
closely upon barrels. be ennll hnmllvil. .ttlthunt..".11.1 man. They voimequentlyiara
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. uu well pleased with the working of the blocks. In many. runes boxes anil 1 ran }
of the year and tbrougl us money. They... superior to anything wa have ever Iced or seen for Imiillliiit henvT IllVii.rtV1IAIIIT w.tpht..fuly ". 'l9IOVINIIY:I) ': : <(or' :.!\ ';r.7"4:: t

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- which a new and rampant growtt far W, T. KMIOHT, Treasurar, Biiatou. _
pushes the next spring.Mr. .

this season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water Vergon's plan has proved o 1r I
;ood thing. The trees are healthy, uniform A Com In ir Law,...... : f ;
::
iths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All and wonderfully productive. Ad A young lady teacher In Wont Thlladelpbla &i'1E.2&I.4-l 't
lltlonal advantages of low beaded kindergarten thinks that nb _
cars the door. Rates $2.00 to $2.50 day. Mr. Vergon claims are the law .
Jtreet pass per sees has discovered a "rhlladclphla 'L}
Hotel1l\l'ith Seven Cottages and 10
itockler "better knit" bodies which yor" In embryo. She made the dlsfOV'
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. ire+ never Injured by tbe sun or molested cry In one of the exorcises! Incident tc Acres or Land. 1

by borers; the "anchoring" of. the I toiiehlntf the young Idea how 4') count.
-- -- -
rees against the storm and wind by After drawing five OUCH on the blackboard -
JENSEN. the fruit laden branches renting upon and writing/ beneath the five

be mulched earth; the ease of gather. successive ntiinoriiU. one. two three

FRESCO IIOTE JEVSKN, FLA. ng tbe apples fully oue-half of the four, Hve. together with n piiliiHtaklnu

Center of Pineapple Belt. crop of the fourteen-year-old orchard ., verbal explanation she attempted to j
being picked from the ground: the facility tout the undcrutmi'Hnjt! of the little one
VIr UNDER NEW MANAOElENT.a.s: : with which the trees are reached by t\lrnlll to ono bright eyed little fellow ;

The prettiest location on Indian Kiver. Large, beautiful grounds. Near by+ the sprayer and the saving of nearly And putting, the que.| {lon:
""e Ocean. Fine Klshlnsf and Hunting.; Terms reasonable. Letters and all the windfalls (loot "worm fulls" "Now. I'oimlU.' which would! you '

jieieginnu reserving rooms will receive prompt attention. In Mr. Vwgon'B orchnnlt from bruls- rather have live ponnlfM or u live cent

JOHN S. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. ng. In comparison with high beaded piece?" ati tf ti L,. i ,
h __ __ U'CI'S he finds that In the heated seadn "Five pennies!" Donald promptly ro- +

WEST PALM EACH. s the temperature beneath tbe low pllcd."Why.. I .} KtYNae .ykb.lls.s .,
!own trees averages about tbree de- [Ronald iiHked the teacher ,
rtfs cooler than ut a like point under patiently."Hicinmc.. a tv ; a 1 ,;
ha higher heads, where sun and air ." niil
PARK COTTAGEVE T PALM BEACH KLA.Vnw lave freer access. As a matter of fact you lout one of the pennies you'd have -' i Fi 7* T 5 5Looated
thlll In a measure retards the period of four left and even It you lost fouryou'd W MA'4''*r*:i 441>atl;klsBHKf 'J ;rI (

open. Under new management- loturlty a point worthy of consldera- have one left: but If you lost tin S %ifi wr' :" '*' '. .$ r5Ti I
would, all
The
It
lon In growing winter apples. live cent piece why
Overlook Lake Worth. tome Beauty tree In this cut Is a typl- be {pine-every penuy, !!"-Phlludelphlu \

!>anslBnt Rates, $2 to $2.11;( per day.; cal representative of his plan of low J.1'l1l'r.; "
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eadlng. Tbe little tree at planting lsurifully
Special Weekly Rates. shaped. with the knife and DO YOU WANT ron nU'4'l'J.ISO HEAT

MRS. IDA H. DRUNER, Proprietress. only thorn brunches 'left which will estate agents) endeavoring todUpoHu of
form a well balanced top. which must any property. you may have: for sale or at HAIiNO threw quitters ot a min Mouth of EAU OAM.IK, FI.OKI- I
V If send full particulars
exchange a.>,
NEW; YORKMarlborough -Kln within two and a half or tbree of what you have, to lu K. Benjamin, 1>A, on the Kail Oallle River, IONS than half a mile from the Indian River, and two tI
feet from the ground. JIanoverton, 0.- I and a half miles from the Ooenn The property In two hundred miles south of

Rural New Yorker from which the I JaokMonvllle, on the Florida Kant Coast Hallway, with the Railroad Station adjolnlnit .
forcgoln!: account Is gathered, makes Tu "'/r Nut..... and of them have '
the property, IlulldlnK erected In lfo1l10 1 some never
!tel that clearly the mulch Mrs. Grl'enOn. th.K-N not like to b<
tJe point died few months after their completion.
been occupied, the original owner having a
nolf. On at
letbod Is designed for rich Ignored. I wore a brand now gown
The hotel was opened for about two month pilot to the owner's death, and
soils fertility must be added Inline the reception last night and I don't believe -
poor has not been used alnoe. All the building weio erected In the moat substantial
Broadway, :30th and 37th Streets, NE\V YORK. other way. a soul noticed 1110. manner and are now In excellent condition. The: hotel' nmj! cottager" are completely t ,t 1
IR) 0, i In. joo bath: rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights.; Conleteil Mrs. Gray There's where you made and very little or the furniture line ever been tifed. There are two ,1
I "mel'lcan and European plans, and !Is managed under the personal The Calla L117. a mistake. Now I wore my old black fllrtllahe"1 8, twenty cisterns connected, with sewer eto.
IJperVI I ? the owner. When the calla lily begin to bloom. Ilk that has been turned twice andeverybody The property cost the original! owner tlH,00' and till! be sold! at a sacrifice.

E. S. CROWELL; Manager Ir the pots are placed In shallow puns saw me taut enough.-lion- The above cut fairly reprenonia the property.For .

of: water and left there tbe blooms will ton Transcript. particulars apply to or attronit! \ ,

be found to last lunch longer and remola EZRA \V. HATCH, I). I.. CJAULUKN, WM. A. WARNOCK 1'
and 41 Street:: where ltd let .( ....t. for for Owner
tel Vendome Broadway more plump and fresh than Caretaker on premises, Attorney Owner Agent ,
Mao With I'etltlon-I'd like to have
YORK CITY. woter IK siaiply applied to tbe surface: Eau Oallle Florida. Tltuavllle, .' Jamaica, y. YIII'
NEW your name on this. Rufrgle. It la a
of the soiL mere formality you know, but-
t REl'n""I. |< ;!100 rooms, single and en suite, with private baths and tolle1h.t ntlMneHB Man-I'd like to oblige you. a
'' "{ PEAN PLAN. Good rooms 1.BO large rooms $2: and with Mate From Oa.d.nlB.. fellow around YOU WANT A...
Ilackntraw but a came
under ,
\
'" *,;' fill( The management Is the per Is being ..uecl'llitully .
per day and upward Adiantum farleyense tbe .. -- --- -- ------
with binding
last week a pledge
I WMU' GRUEN Manager
-I-T Of the FRANK containing only
owner. grown In pots Igoer not to put bas name on a petition ,

fine coal asbes. of any kind for a year and I signed It. .Building Lot
The nurseries making: a specialty of Chicago Tribune. ..
.
_om_ '\,apply House of The Illinois Fishermen's Association.Tlu rawberry plants reported an unusual-

1.1 large busluvss wltb tbe south lastfaiL $100\ Keward JfC 100.
ora lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
} Chicago Net and Twine Co. The readers of this paper will be .
recently shipped leaat LAND FOIl AX ORANGE mOVE, I
An Illinois concern >leaned to learn that there Is at one
Manufacturers of- I, $ ;,qp worth of large nursery stock to treaded disease. that science has been PINTSAPPLK PLANTATION or TRUCK dARDEN, J
o-i In the vicinity of New York able to cure In all Its stages, and that Is
cu mtomers satarrh. Hal I's Catarrh Cure I. Hut only We probably have for sale just what you are seeking.

=:1t= city.Tbe large mount of work to prog- rateralty.positive I cure Catarrh known twina to consttutlon-the medical Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you art

o estate Is reflected 10tbe looking this drop. line to
t'" rn. on private al dlseaa, require. acooatltutlonal treatment way
!2 call for tree and shrubs of a size Hall's Catarrh Cora Is taken Internally JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd 3rdVIce.Preld
tor Immediate effect. acting directly upon the Mood l ,
The scarcity of Manettl stocks will eo,1 rnuconn surfaces of the system, BLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, u
wltb tbe grafting of Liberty hereby destroying the foundation of .
y terfere season" planting. Otb- be dlae....,. and giving the patient ST. AUQTJSTINE FLA. i

-===' roaee for next own root plant would: go trength by building; up the constitution ___ _____ _ ____ _
few
ASHING erwlM and aaaUUDg!:nature In doing its work
NETS and Netting of Every Deecrlptlon.oUealer C In. 'he proprietors bare so much faith In
o In Seine Twine Maitre Cord, Rope, Uallroad work baa become a not lansiderable Ita enratlve powers, that they offer One) Subscribe for the( ADVOCATE and get all the'

torsof Wholesale Price direct to the Fishermen. part of the boslnes: ofmaDl Inndred Dollars for any ease that It
-83 E Indiana St. Chicago HI..Mentloa nurseries. The movement toward ills to core. Head for list! of teatlraonll ':

.. The ADVOCATE In your letter... aodfjlng station grounds 1. tpread- lfOCIo.I.. Address O. Sold F.by J.druggists Cheney, 75o.& Co.lUU's. To- News of the East Coast every week.I .

W't are llemben of the Illinois :F1.hermen'. Aesoclationa IDIr rapidly. 'amity rills are the.best



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 30, 1903.

.. _
IMItJIIIi nON
J. R. WALKER. H. H. MACE. I I
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, however, to be Governor for all the people i..
ANNOUN
HON: H.. W. DAVIS of all conditions, and I shall try to '

CES HIS CANDIDACY.In pursue a course that no Floridian will J, R WALKER & CO.

blush at or condemn. 1 "
j bslsll truly and sincerely ':DEALERS IN- 1
jr ( p a neatly printed pocket-sized pair Very KOBT. W. DAVII.

pblet, Hon. R. W. Davis announce. bls Dry Goods ,;
! candidacy for the office of Governor of /hrSURgk e
MEETING IN JACKSONVILLE. t
Florida as follows:

, YOUR To DEMOCRATIC VOTKIW OK FLon1 5 NCE Furniture, ; i
!:
, TUB JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Oct. 27, 1110:.. .
" DA: Ito
i L1 ICE BILL I have heretofore announced my can Editor Lust! Count Advocate: Shoe's etc. -
,
dldacy for tbe Oovernorithlp of Florid; Acting under the authority given ins

1 inr USING A and in three or foi\.r addresses dellverei by the Louisiana Purchase Exposition

In the State I have given my attitude 00 as Special Commlsiioner for Florida to' AGENTS FOR- i'u

MN Il'EPAT the several public questions which seen secure the co-operation of the citizens,of C5PY5f.vr. I
., to be uppermo tin the minds of the peo the State In the celebration of the Oue

Krrp.8 |)\ pie. The time scenic now to have arriv Hundredth Anniversary of the Purchaseof "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED CONTINENTALTAILORING d / t
coolerIce ed when I may, with propriety, adop the Louisiana Territory by the United i
chp clrnnev.t \ this method of placing my oandldac; States in holding an International exhibition MAY BE ENDURED CO.

Write\ for bot H\el to aoen\\\ more formally before you. of arts, industries manufactures -
t I want to say that I do not look lightly and the products of the soil, mill, sea If you're Insured for then the wiping

P.GVAITONJEWELERS 1T111MJt.lJ upon theresponHlbillty 1 am assuming and forests in the city of St. Louis, in out of your house, shop or factory by fire THE BEST CLOTUES.
In even becoming a candidate, to lay] the State of Missouri, during 104.! only a temporary inconvenience-
nothing of the serious responsibilities J J I For the purpose of perfecting plans to means loss Is made good and you can start
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-- --- would assume should I become Oover have Florida adequately represented at afresh with the money any of our staunc John R. Walker & Co. '
thoughtful man can ooiitem invite the business will I
No
nor. this Exposition,I hereby and sterling Insurance companies
/
<<,, l: J9 plate this undertaking without grave ap Interests of every nature throughoutthe promptly on proof of loss. TITUSVlLLE.
pay you.
prehensions. Nor do I discount tin State to send one or more representative
worth and ability of the distinguishes from each county municipal
MLVKKSMITHS men & Morgan
AND Floridians who have already entered theaame manufacturing and agricultural organization Branning 11 u: 'Gi_ ILL law 1 a I :> *

41 Went Hay*Street, field and who art aspirants for tin to a meeting to be held November Fire and Life Insurance Agents,

JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. same ofllce. They are gentlemen of high 4, IIMW) : in the rooms of the Hoard of TITUSVILLE FLA.Robbios. flT C. S. SCHUYLER. A. K. WILSON,

Largest stock In this section of count) character and unquestioned patriotism Trade, City of Jacksonville, at 10 o'clocka. JENSEN lit -,

Established In 181(8. As I could say nothing truthfully against m., at which time and place tbe plan I
them In private life I shall not for the will be given by which the State will secure SCHUYLER & WILSON,
Bond. for descriptive catalogue. sake of obtaining office, undertake, bj recognition and further assistance & Graham Go

Innuendo or otherwise to cast aspendons from the Exposition. This meeting will TITUSVILLE, FLA.
upon them or either of them It be addressed by Secretary Reeves, of the I
...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. publlo life. It Is not Important or necessary Exposition Management, who cornea direct (Incorporated.) i FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS

to the people of Florida that 1 I from St. Louis to be present on this PAID UP CAPITAL 2500000.

should be Governor, but It It important
Asso's. occasion.
Brewing to them and it is essential to the future Your presence Is earnestly desired. If This company owns Representing Leading Insurance Companies

prosperity, of the !:State that political unable to attend In person kindly see JLA- :HST: :: :3D: S, Business Solicited. Prompt Attention
rainoim Mt. LonKeg/ and lIot- ichiums blcketlngs and contentlonihotild that your section IB properly representedat I Your
tied Hoer, be avoided. I shall contribute this itieetlng. It means more to Florida In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St, We Will Appreciate Your Fat reunite.
little toward that kind of politics as I this time
us at
than
.itold by 'lfeM.,,.,. F. A. Loiilujr may be permitted to do. appeals M. K. BISHOP jucle Hiver; at New River aud on Ba,, :;.o..cl 1:3 t: :a :.--! *,* *.&

It L. Mm: low, TltUHvllle.Kla : My career has been comparatively Special Commissioner for Florida.A Ilscayne. Prices to suit the times.
uneventtul. It Is all summed --- -
and
I Uy JlI r R. I.. M'Ulow, Coona, Fla. bumble Send for Land List. -
up In the following brief extract Love Letter. : :ee. :C-=' &:, :se:
d JOSEPH ZAP! which I take from thu ngienalunal Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. E_ L : .

Directory: Would not Interest you If you're lookIng DEALERS IN-
r Robert W. Davis Democrat, of Palat. salve for
sores
Sole Agent. ka, wan born In Leo County Ga., March burns for or a piles.guaranteed Otto Dodd of Ponder, last Coast Meat Market: GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PR01

I. r 1 15, IS I!), and Is the son of Rev. Jesse M. Mo., writes: "I suffered with an uily of all kinds. We are agents: for MAPES FER1ILIJ!
020 Went Bay !:Street, Davis, a distinguished Baptist minister; for but a box of Bucklen'sArnioa We handle PRODUCE di
(1110 to : tore a year, line of goods and solicit the trai all .
was educated In the common schools of Salve cured me. It Is the best (I. F. DUREN, Agent. We deal exclusively in the above gtatloij

JACKSONVILLE, MLA.It. his native State; entered the Uonfedertte salve on earth. 2..>o at .all drug stores ers. Write us for prices on drain and. all Groceries. delivered at your

service at 14 years of nice, and surrendered ----- c'D ,, -ol. E. L. BRADY &: BRO. TITUSVIL'.F.-1'LA.

with the army of Gen. Josepl -
:: L. I1/tOTLO WL E. Johnston at tho close of the war; DEATH OF MRS. WALLER. CI'2- a. .-

worked on a farm lor several years, after c:> GOLDSMITH

the war; read law, and was admitted tithe Mis. Matilda Waller, mother of !\II'. p W.E. ,
bar at 20: years of age; removed to Mrs. W. n. '
Titusvllle
Florida In 187V: was elected to the legislature ; John Waller, of -Dealer In-
and Mrs. Ntckol" -
Clay the latter :Sanders, of IndUnola -
from County of of City Point, died at the home of her AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT
State In 1H.S4/! ; was elected speaker of the Mm. Sandors:) ," last :Saturn: STAPLE ,
daughter
the sessloi ,
lloime of Representatives at =: e ,
the seventy-sixth year ALL KINDS.
of 18M5; was balloted for fur Governor of morning, .In PRODUCE OF
of shook from mCam.
L r Florida In the State convention held It her age from the effects =. ykn TITUSVlLLE FLORIDA

I 1 St. Augustine/ In 1888, and, though hi a broken hip joint. Mrs. Wall ='
Wednesday night ---- -- --- -
had following failed to rooeivt During FLORIDA. ---- -- --- ---------
n large
ITUSVILLE
extinguish a lamp ,
the nomination for the ;Florida was made:Southern general Railroad attorney arose aud In from returning her bed, to to bed In the darkneistumbled "" INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

Company In 1885' which position and fell and and broke previous her hip.feeb On GENERAL DIRECTORY. TIP(ISVILLE: FLA.

he resigned when elected to Congress; account of her age shock Sacked or loose. Special all
health she never rallied from the 1'e prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity
was" elected to the Fifty-fifth, Flfty-slxtl; Fair dealing is m\ motto.
and death was the result.MI' U.S. SENATORS.: paid sacking for Yachts or for family nxe.
and Fifty seventh Congresses and reeled Waller was one of the ploneei .t. Tallaferro,........ ........ ... Junkoonvlll.. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
ed to the Fifty-eighth" Congress without of the''.East Coast aVid was widely know 8. K. Mallory. .. ...... ... ..... .. .I'en aoola;.
opposition. Rnd U. S CONOREH >TKN.
charity
Christian
I have been, during all my inn n hood for nnnellUli her hospitality devotion to the welfare of oil Hubert W. lUvl,.. .. ........ ... .I'Hlatk .. -rITUS"VJLLE Lr'V'EB.Y:: STA.D

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, d.tys, a Democrat, standing nlw"Y80u largely attends. 8 ". .. .. ...
platforms and obeying: It* ArR. Her funeral was Win. II. Lan .r, .. ... Montliel o. ,
i Ales Stout Etc. my party's by the entire ueighboehorst; the burn U. 8. LAND OFFICE.
1 delegate to the Chlcng @D'Send me your orderITITUSVlLLE I diets.Convention waR of a 1S1X1(), and: was" the Florid biting In Mm Indiiiuo'acumeierj'' Rev. I If.' H. 1\. (Oiiilib .... .... _. ... _.... .._...........ItocelvvOtliotm RaglnteW. .. FEED AND SALETRANSFER AIII'I"
U. IViliinxim
; and 0 .('OA, FLORIDA.' member of the committee on platform IL StitrglH AII'\TI'olliciatlnirThe extends. sympathy to at Oame.vitle, FlorliU. m r..iI :
I --------- and luHoliitloMi, voting:with the majorityof : FUlllDLEOISI.TI1RE.. ...

that committee. During the irmtnoi. the bereaved OUCH. 1':. X IIh"Ic'k.l'alln Hunch...... ... ..Seimto .WltHE
R A. LOSLEYTHE able flttmitalgn which followed and dur W. II. Junes Tltimvllle..... .. HepiVHuiitativ BAGGAGE
ing the campaign of 11MK\) I did all 1 BUYS KING SOLOMON MINESThe EXECUTIVE DEPAKTMICVr.Win. : II unit ,'t, ,It'.;,)r'l lt

could In my humbloway, to advance theprinciples .8..lennlnRg .. ....... .. .... .. ..OoveimiII I
BREWERY TALOON. tho council of -r--- Clay Crawford .... .......lcretJOt'f. of Stat .
enunciated by "ThKing ... ... ... .. Treamire. ,II kind.
Commercial
and contended for by Win. .1. New York says; W V. Kiuitc II A U r. lNG, E TO.
fin my pint 11. Wlilttl 'Id. Attorney-Oeuera
Jacksonville brut tames
HOW. Buy I Ht., Bryan. I am now serving my fourth. Solomon:) gioup, nf mines, em W. N. Sireata..Supt. I'ubllo III.trl..Unl1.I' -
and DomoHllo the of the United Ing 18! claims near Cecllville SUklvoi E. Mel.ln..Gmmiseiouer AU'lcultiinAlonzoC J. M. OSBAN & BRO,
Imported term In Congress;
.
by WI! .. ... .. Cow rtrolle FI LOR
bAen purchased rrnnm '
haH
Suites, and' since 1 became a member of county, Cnl., himael J.l'lltTiiril: I R. Poater,' :.' :: ..:Ailjiltaut-Gonera TITU8VIT.T.E.Back of Geo. M. Robblna' otHce.
s & the House of Representatives I have vot 1111 W. Russell, of New York tor John, Hra Iford, .. .... ..Burvejor-Uenera
; Wines Liquors Cigars ail. In one form or another, on every Important mil others, and title paiutod to him o&ugust K.K.: feme. ... .... .... ... .... State CliemlsOrtloen -- -- -- -- -
Florida.
principle for which we fought :27.'N'ifty at Tallahiuwee

The World, Renowned Anheuaer Iluscl I am willing to be judged by my record .rushed.. tons The of present ore per milling day are facllllle being II M .hr SUPREME,. ..:.... .COURT... .... JUIM1E8n. "..Chief Justly Seeds For Summer Crops

there. I do not pretend to have voted and Hunting .'. H. rimer ... ...... .. .. .AreocfateJustlu, .
Brewing Association's Famous right always. In the haste and confusionof Consist of eight stamps a H. .... Taylur.... .... .. .. ... .... 0
Beers on draught. a legislative: body men often err, but ton; crusher but preparations are balm( RAILROAD, COMMISSIONERS.TelTermm .
to 200 ton"
all of principle for which made to Increase the output .. ., Wes Chufas Teoninte. I
upon questions II. Browne chiilrnmn: Joey Peanuts,
East Coast friends be sure to call on m battled I tried to be connls- a day by the addition of now machinery, It. FliKlxim Kurr. '" _. .... .... -..IJttla Rlvei Millets, SorKhuma, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans,
my party well the installation of the cyanide I. M. Bryan.. ... ........KHHIIIUIMK. | Beggarweed clean.
when In Jacksonville. tent. I believe no charge to the contrary in iu $7 gold; the < O. Ilium, clerk __.. ..,.... .. .. .....llaI1l.uo.lte..lcjUafterH .
han hoe lodged against me. The recordIs rooess. Tho ore averages returnee and oflloea at TallaboiuHie Fla. CI SI ::E>>E.A.S:
Mr. Russell recently
accessible to all and I appeal with ton. CIRCUIT COURT.

confidence to that. rum California and reports considerablictlvlty Minor S.Jones Tltnivllle, ......Circuit JuilmI. Whlpps, Clays Wonderful Black Unknown Ladyfingers Postpaid;
Harry W Richards, As I have served no master since I I In the northern part of the state. I'. .rrmieflndnir Attorney Clean Bright Stock! ; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 3oo; *.er qt.

have been In Congress save only the will Mr. Russell is largely interested In tin Sprlnr; Tenn-Fonrth Monday:i I In March. peck; 4iiA bushel.
STUART FLORIDA of the people, I shall serve no other ract, of lt ,OtIO) Boron of land near Se Vail fen-Fonrth Monday COURT.In Octuhor.HREVARD Poultry Supplies Stock Food Insecticides, Garden Tools, FertllirerLL.
that be will COUNTY
Informs
and he us
should I become Governor.I blnUan. down to have a look at It In i a A. renney,.... ..... ....... .. .Cminty JndxoI CAMERON, The Seed Store
am connected with no corporation Iry to run I L.O Unlilon< _. .. PrnieenttnK Attorney JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Marine Dry Dock. either directly or Indirectly nor do I own few weeks. A. Stewart. .. ., .. County Jlvrk. 114 East Bay Street. -

stuck In any nor am I controlled by any. Sprinr'rarn-Second| Monday In May. ._ u __ u u -
Machinist, and Steam and Inn Fitter. But I do not indiscriminately denounce CHURCH NOTICES. IOIII""er Fall Term Term-800..ud-Burond Monday Monifuy III November.In Auguat.

Agency for- them or rail against! them. Aa there are Winter Term-Second Monday In February

good men and bail so there are good and COUNTY SCHOOL!\ BOARD.I The Best is Found the Cheapest.
CIII'''. A. Strellnger Gasoline Engines. bad corporations. They are the creatures Hev. L. S. Rader, D. D.. will hold the R. Minn KonaventureMembern .
of law. They could not exist if we 4th quarterly meeting for Melbourne our : ..11: DlanneLtrmsn.'rltusvitteI. ;
Engine Repairing a Specialty uursflve, by and through our legislatures taorixtana' charges, Sunday: Nov let amilonday N. Andrew,Cocoa; J. K: -ult..S"fneeblulf.
did create them and give them 2nd. The Holy Commiiu' COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.J. : .
Send for Catalogue. not Nov. \ WRAP
Stamp life. They exist by our permission and Ion will follow the Sunday morning ser .R Walker chairman A. Conklliin Tltu,vtlle Tllliiiuii; John..lohiX R UNITED PINEAPPLE
MinI.( In.llaunlallt.; ;
,
are not necessarily' Inimical to the public non Quarterly Conference on Monday J,>iieH, IJimy; .1. F. Kell, White City. ReguliuviulonH ;
weal. Nor Is a man a public enemy be- I Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold T>l. "" ant held arst Monday In each mon Q.


D. Vesey Hall; railroad pause he company belongs to or or a steamship Is employed line by ort a I I tll..llle.vine service on Sunday In St. Gabriel's next,All Saints church Day Tl-, A. O. Penney BKEVARD TltniTllle COUNTY;. -...OFFICERS.. ..County Judge! Arc the Best. Ask your N cighbl

bank. Many of our bent and mont P..1, nauidun, TIMiKville; __. '. Pro Alt ).
honored citizens are so employed while at 11 a. m. and 7:110:: p. m. Morning aer.mon L. A. Stewart 'Tltnsville ......County Clerk,.
of I saint" .. .. .
: "The Communion J.' F. Woown Cocoa Tax Auwnior."
thousands of our young men, sons of "The Perfectibility of 1'::. W. Hull Titn.vllle. .... -. -.Tax 'Collector WE MAKE THEM IN ALL, COLORS.
Farmers and artisans and merchants Evening sermon: olin Ratify, Tltnuvllla, .. ... _Treamirer. !
Boatbuilder dike are entering these Hold of human Manhood in Christ. Seats free; all In- ,, K. E. Minn, Honaventura ... _. Snpt. I'nb. I nit,.
... .
: tod. J..0.Fri..Tlutcallle, .County Surveyor
however, being ,
Miileavor Corporations .r. P. Hrown.. TltuHTIIIe..... Sheriff
jiealuros of law should be controlled bylaw W. 8. Norwood Tltutville .RItjII'ratlon, OIHcer.
and when they undertake to go beyond Broke Into Ills House.S. TITU8VILLE TOWN COUNCIL. For Tomatoes try

their charter powers or to Ignorethe O. A. Fro.' Van Worley nrnnnal and
OEOUOIAXA, FLA. publlo good they should be checked. T, Quinn, of Cavendish, Vt., was M collector;U. K. Mm In I jr., cleric and treu-
robbed of his customary health by In. Jolm tax: J. K. Walker
should mala- llrer; Henry amwHorj
believe
end I
To this Railroad Commission we vested with ya lon of Chronlo Constipation. When ,'. A. Morgan L. A. Hrady, The P.J. Hall and J. L| .UNITED D Vegetable Paper
tale a his rruther councilmen council meeta
a Into
broke
New Life Pills .. .
ample power and officered by men of Dr. King's and Ill'll'Tuesday Iq vach month.T1TVSVILLr .
arrested now
Bros. wisdom and patriotism.I ouse, his trouble waa. BOARD OF TRADE.

Hodgson am opposed to Trusts and have so e's entirely cured. I bey're stores.Healed guaranteed. O M. Rohblns pre.ldent.7.j M. Dlxon. trea One trial will make you our customer.If .
2.o: at all drug .
voted In Congress to cure, rer.J.O.lswt..eeretary. Meet aeoond Wedeailay -
OALL1K INDIAN RIVER, FLA. .. In each month at their room write to
x EAU I believe the primary system for nominating night your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND of Papers
I Marine Hallway. party candidates Is the beet and Mlds Wanted. FKKS AND: ACCEPTED MASONS.
at the real Indian Hirer Lodge. No.00,hold Its meetlnn
method for arriving CO.,
> Qeneral Merchants and Ship Chandlers.) only true will of the people.We tbe"aeonnil and fourth Friday evenlnm of each UNITED PAPER
and untrammelled Indian
Hirer hotel
moth, at their lodge room
R.
John
..rtpecUl Facilities.. should maintain and perfect our primary Sealed bids will be received by al 1:30 o'clock p ui. J. L.C.rruth.n. W. M.i ATL-STA. '
Talker, chairman of the Board of County r. A.Morgan Beo'r. OUTHERX OFFICE .
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing plan. of Brevard County,
r Commissioners
such
y I trust my public life has been as ORDER or EASTERN ATAR.
I Yachts and Lao oche.. to make It unnecessary for me to assure until noon of Nov. 2nd 1003. for the fol- Frtemlnhlp Chapter No.It,holda Ita meet Inn -- ----------
friends that I favor progress; good wing road work. The Board reserves In the Manoolo. Lodge room. TltinTllle. on the TRAINSThe -
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. my schools and colleges: tbe right to reject any and all bids: TuaiHlay In each month atagOo'eloek p.m.i Dade County Land For Sale. TITUSVILLE'S|
good .
government; River to add the third Tneaitay each month a T an'rlock :
old I Indian
road from -
the fostering care by the State of the The public p. m. The rollowlnf.are the officer of .
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING. soldiers of the South; good roads; peace; i agoon River to be worked out as a le lode: Mn. worthy matron I are the times Ci
order. For the court class road as often as needed, 150 Mr.J.I.Carrutherm worthy patron t Ml* Kate For sale northeast quarter following infot
temperance and good \ A_>. Matron Mrs. M A. Scrlincismr.ecretary southeast quarter of passenger
Swart
Grivot Typewriter Exchange. maintenance and upholding of all of' feet grading to be done at a savannah I ; Mr. J. M.;Dlxon.Treaimrvr Mmullua of of sections, townJ and departure
them I shall work to the best of my ability : At a low place In the road a toot bridgetree : Kline,Coniiuctraea; MiManUla: Stewart ?|P38'outh of range 41 east; close to from Tltuerllle:
Dy"l Vpohnren lUilf., Jackeo..vllle..1a. elected Governor of feet wide and 100 feet long to benstrncted. AOIIO. Cond'a.Mn. Oeo. W.8ooble... Ada; Mrs. O. K. Wood pineapple plantation on BOUTBBOII f V

25: to CO per cent saved on new and Florida, whether or whether I am I walk the peaceful > There Is also about | of aroUe J.MheriMn.L. C.math..l'IIRnth r.A. MOl'JrRn.; Mm Martha Ceo. ;M.MI.Robbins. AlephIlmaki.rta St Lucie River; 40 acres. Leaves Titnsvllla for MiamI atf ai Hintermediata >

second hand typewriter and supplies.WE of cltlaeoshlp. scrub grubbing In the road. ; Mn. John R.Walker.Mn. Wa"l..r; Also, the northeast quarter of north )polnu
SELL THE paths private full well that life has not JOHX:! R.VA.LKaa.: Mr. r.A. Morgan Chaplain; T. T. W....- east quarter of section 18, township 38, &OIlTB lOOP!). J
Visible I know my 1U0re, Sentinel Mr.('b....U. Walton Manhal. south of fork Ville L.IIIId .
Oliver Typewriter the Standard been an example of what a man oughtalways bairman Board Connty Commissioners ; range 41 east; on south of Leave TltlUnlll for Jaeke, II ;
and Bllckensderfers, to be. I am not perfect and imake St Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to intermediate palDta J
no high pretensions. If elected to yf: Filter tubes are now for sale attbls "Sy OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale CRAB n. WALTOJC' .. Tlcn.rt11e for 8aIIford eaorord 0.

By Reading notice ads. on this page the office to whUu I aspire, I promise office, price 35cts; postage 5 eta.e heap' at this office. TltusTtlle Fta. Arrives'lRaarlil from

are five cents per line per week.





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