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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: November 6, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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.97. NO. 11. JOCAL -- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY NOVEMBER O, 1003. PRICE, 60.

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US Mr. T If. Sanders, of Indianola, hall Brovanl County Liuida For Salt AMONG THE HOTELS.
WS FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RE T.- OUR SIIOES ARE WINNERS, LET -
| NL Apply to :\1 rs. M. D. L. Dodson, city. shoe you. J. R. Walker & Co. been spending a few days In town -

Interest -Mr. J. F. Wooten, tax assessor for -Mr. D. W. Monroe has been on a Messrs. C. B. Sanders and Bruc East ,'8 of Southeast \j, Section li' The ADVOCATIC Is now on file at all

Topics! of General Brevard county, was in town on Mon visit to Jacksonville and Lake City thla Nichols, of Indianola, were In town oMonday. Township.: ( South, Range IU East; tlO the best hotels) In New York city.
acres. Fine pineapple land, very new
day week I Ankona btatlon on Indian River Price, Whero to stop along; the East Coast.

THE ADVOCATE, REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL, MIami -Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones ant County Court convenes !In Tttusvlll' $2,501): ( See halo? hotel on page 7.

'50 per annum, In advance.. Is the man to po to. If you wana baby, of Klondike, are in town, vlsitin, on Monday: with Judge A. D. Penney 1 In l\lul1Ut'a Island, near Courionay, formerly The Inn, on Ormond Bearh Fla., will\

00 .. six months, countries. good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or Mr. and Mrs E.Ii. Hall. the chair i known as the Geiger Place; 107Vacres. I be under the management: of Mr. Wm. j

:00) an. to foreign Vegetable Farm. and R. Hardoe of Jen LI, Fine pineapple orange and vegetable -
per -Mr. Mrs W. SECOND INSTALLMENT OF FA S. Knnnoy thl*. winter, !and will be pre

,. you sub crlbe for the ADVOby Messrs. E B. Arnold, of Malabar; sen, are again at home after a pleasan and winter Millinery now on sale at J. land Price, #uiSt tI. receive guest on the l.ith: of

the year, It does ntot cost you and E. Svodolius of Val)karla, wen sojourn at Ilendersonvllle, N. C. R. Walker & Co. Merritt'elshtudliiitncros, long frost! December,

cent per week, postage printed; Included.date upon. numbered among/ the guests of the Indian NO DOUBT ABOUT IT, WALKER': -A largo crowd of East tymst resident on Indian granted River, by and Brevard including( County o'aterIermlts Mr. Harry-W. Sommors, lessee of the

1 of expiration week. This Ulver hotel on Monday. Co., can supply your wants Dry Goods, have been attending the Jacksonvllli Good land for vegetables and some gooi College Arms hotol, IeLnndhasarrtvel r 1

;por or wrapper money.every No need -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Seldon and their( Notions, Shoes, Furniture etc. Carnival this weekllousekoepsre orange )land. A fine oyster location with his family nnd Is gutting,: his house

coipt lend for receipt'your for subscription three bright boys who have boon spendIng -Mr. and \Mrs P. M. Aston, of Wave I would<<1 do well to read Puce, $4(0.Town ( In order for the opening In January. We

itesl'esit to) to you. the summer at Suwannoo, Tenn., re, land, are enjoying a visit In St. AugustIne the ad. of tho Enterprise Supply/ Co., 01 of Tltusvlllo, lot'I: of East: subdivision wish the new proprietor<< every success. N

COAST ADVOCATE la 01 turned to their home at Ptilatka on Fri making their headquarters at the our Nth page It Is of Interest to you. of old 1 block 4. A .fairly, !goo< The Clarendon Inn Seabreeze, Is been
EAST day last. Mansion house Price $..>0. In readiness for
news-stands at fiver Spear fixed In good shape,
up
,
following Mr. C. A. Robinson, of Eden, was
the Town of Titusville, lost :t, block A, of tourists. This Is n
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO RENT DOX'T FAiL TO SEE E. A. Waddell and the coming rush
of
copy : In town part Wednesday yester Coleman's Addition Large lot froiulii)(
tvllle-B R. Wilson & Son. In South TituHvllle. No bed or table Miami, If you want. to buy, Improve day. lie had! been to Osteen on a bus!l. on two, streets, good locution! near center oozy, popular hotel and Dr. Potter, the
hotel. linen $l3 month. suit energetic;: stul nIT.ible lessee has done a
,on llle -Duval nor cutlery per or unimproved lauds. Prices to ness tiip.WHERE, of town. Good 8 room .cotta e. Price,
Orlvot News stand. Apply to C. II. WALTON, all parties deal( to make It no.
DID YOU GET THAT SUIT? *70l).
... Titusville, Fla. -'Mr L. TIiuruby, a prominent and Why Walkwr's, of course, price' Town of Tltusvlllo, fine corner lot 1 In Mr. Asa S, Loomis, the whole-souled

Reading. ,: notice ads. are ten cent: -Mr. L. R. Decker has the contract popular orange grower of Mviritt, who range;: from $7.i>0 to (3.1.00:! ( they are all business section of town. ('.-Ice, $50O.> chief clerk at 11 old AIca/.ivrSt. Augustine

eon tli Is page. to build the residence, In South Titus leas been spending the summer In New hummers, try tine. Town of Tltusvlllo, I 0 residence" Iota is again In.Flul'lda, receiving hearty

Pique FlannetlettelIb2ocourprlceI vllle to be erected by Capt. P NelsonMr. York, was among Tuesday's southboum west of rallrond. Price, f 10 each. greetings; from hlx. numerous friends. Mr.

PRETTY-The o. J. K. Walker \ IV.. Monroe having 1 purcliaRod the passengers.Mrs. Between School Board meeting and South Lake, :'A miles west of Titusville, Loomis was at the Oriental hotel, Manhattan -
:! house now occupied by Mr. and Mrs, teachers' examination, Mr R. E Mini" 40 acres, fronting on hike, part hum mod Beach, all ho summer. "

>. F. A. Morgar.Mrs. W. N. Hondry of Fort Pierce, has been busily engaged this week. He and part pine. Fine land for oranges, The Palm hotel, Miami\ Is "putting : :
Geo. F. Paddison, manager oft who linn been enjoying a visit of a few left for Bonavonture last night 'vegetables and plnoapplus. Price, *_.">(0. "
r ont
for It hang u
Co.. Wm. W. Ford, the charming weeks in Titusville with her .daughter, on style, now very :/
Supply
Lumber miles of Titus
; west
South Lake :
: JIg
Count J. N. Mulford and wife of Troy which are the ';(
Rev. attractive sign, upon
wife of the manager of the Florida Ostrich Mrs. A. I). Pennev, left for home on
hammock balance line
Monday. vlllo. Part line "
\town on southbound 1'nlni Hotel. At night
"The
N. Y. yesterday's words
Farm, I U again at home, after a ;Monday afternoon.Mrs. were among ,
beautiful
t DDELL, MIAMI, real estate suort visit with lends In New York passengers en route to }'III01Deach high, dry, pine land, with view ninny colored electric lights are turned

has Home choice bit* of rento Ford couth the Clyde II. Julius Smith Informs ua where they have host of friends. of lake. Good ornnge, vegetable! an on, giving the nlgupilte( a New York
on
er, Mrs. came
8M( )
him. that she has moved from. Pompton pineapple land. 1110: acres. Price, > .
for sale. Call upon steamer Apache.Mrs. -Mrs. Schulur, mother of Mrs. (;has. South appearance. v
Lakes, N. J., to ?Montclalr. N. J. Her /Section il, Township Rang
ice,President J. R. Parrott, of tbe< C. IT. Racey and her charming many friends hope to see her. at Rock. It. Jefferson, has left Ormond for Hob H7: East; 42: >g acres, fronting on Indlar The grounds: around the Royal Palm MI

C, Kailway. who has been 'pendmonth young; daughter, of Waveland, have ledge the coming winter. Hound, for the winter. Mrs. Jefferson River and Horse Creek :.I.'i miles north Miami are being carefully attended to,
In New York, Is expected been enjoying a visit to St. Augustine and sister, Miss Carey, are shortly expected : :. of Eau Oallie Splendid:: high land, line and Head I Gardener And!lews has had. a>

thin week. this week. Much to the pleasure of -Mr. Oeo. F. Miles, general manager to arrive at Hobo /Sound from largo quarry of Coquina rock, high' dry large force of men employed. re-arranging

her friends Mls\ Edith remained In the of the Florida Coast Line Canal & Trans Sandwich, Mass.Mr. and healthy Fine orange and plnnappU old and laying out now bmls. The Royal
who hay ,
Land Mrs. Wra. Scobie, < portatioa Co., has returned 1 to Pomfre. residence site Palm gardens are undergoing a complete
land. Price
,
Ancient several days. who has beer Splendid
Wallace
pending the summer at Ilermon City Center after a visit to New River and leo. R change, and this winter they will
N. y have returned t* Ormond, read the ad. ol in Dade. spending the summer in Buffalo, will H.OOO.
-Do not fail to new other places county. Goorglana on Morrllts Island; 10)acres, look more beautiful than ever.
sill from New York for Jacksonville on
the ADVOCATE follows. Jacksonville which
McMurray & Baker, -Miss McMillan, of Eau Oallie, was the 10th Inst. From the metropolis of extending across the Island from Indlai:
M. A. and daughter, appears on our Jth page.: The above 181)l'clal Hlvor to Bantnu River; good pineapple,,
11. Sprague stock of all kinds In town this week, attending Florida" Mr. Wallace will go to Wes Hotel I'oNltloiiN Waiitod. t h
winter visitors to the East Coast, firm carry the largest uniform examination: : ordered 1 hy the Palm[ Beach for the winter. orange or vegetable land. 7-room house
returnee! to New York after a fou of carriages and supplies of any house State Snpeilntendont of Public Instruc In 1(00J condition small barn. Price $730.: '

.i' pleasure trip through Europe. In the state. Call and see them. tlon. While In Titusville she was the Among the ploaaant callers at thus Waveland, fronting St. Lucle river, 4.1 Wanted, In small hotel, position us

of Mr. and Mrs\ -Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives, two daughters guest of the Indian River hotel. office on Monday were Mr. and Mis. C. acres, part hammock and part pine, good housekeeper, 7 years' experience; would
ie appearance If. Patterson(, of Baltimore, who were 01 pineapple and vegetable land that I now
In South Titus and son ( Mr. Bert Ivc'f). of Philadelphia orange, like to furnish some help
1 Bobbins' place -.stark At your name and date slip, their to Palm Ilench, Miami am \ .
tin arrived in Titusville on Tues way Price, Urtrili.Also have, also place for chef, steward, pastry
M been much improved since and If owe us for your tuibsr-rlptlon. West. This Is the Unit visit of Mrs.
much to the pleasure of their many you Key 10 acies known IIH lot 1, of Ar- rook and butcher. AH Hint-clans trekI .
in' of the neat, up-to-date win day friends., They at once drove off to {hell kindly send it along There is no use Patterson[ to t the East Coast and she la belle, frond' )g, both Indian and :Ml LunleKtvoi (Kent of references furnished from hotelsand
for us to Bend out bills, as the. mime anddate much plttiiHod with It ami time climate railroad' high( Address
winter home and orange grove:( at LaGrange. *, near postefkuarul Htnta Initltutlotm. .t
r. ll I're-eott Wells of Melbourne, slip on every paper or wrappershowcrue -Mr. and Mrs. E: II. Douglass' prom mid healthy, beautiful location. l Fine "HoiTSCKICRPICU: : .

n i town a short while on Monday date to which you are paid. haul roiiidents of Miami' passed through, cottage splendid a pineapple land. Prlc,, General Delivery, Worcester, Mans.lfoiiN \ .
have shot at the wild =The weather has been quit warm of Eau Oallie who .a,riOO. -
me up to a -Mr. F. K. Kolby, Titusville Friday) last, eu route home
fie) are, however, rather scarci on the East Coast this week, the thermometer the I' has: been busily' engaged! of late, havinghis after a business and pleasure trip to New lirantley, on Merrill's Island. Twn kwo Wants 1'oMltloii..
registering: : t.M O degrees:( In of 20 the other 2.11.aCI'ell : | r
lOot "owing to the warm weather. pleasure yacht thoroughly overhauled York. They came smrh on the steamer tracts, one sores, .

wet ADVOCATE oflioo discarded Coata on Nelson's ways, Tltunville, has Apache, with Mrs. Til lion and son, and extending from Indian Klver to, -
r and Mrs K. McPherson\ and vests have been to a Urge with wide fronts both
whecu < > started homewards his trl looking report a very enjoyable time on the ship Ilitnana River on A managing housekeeper' mlddlo-aqed
of Stuart and
pineapple growers West extent: in consequence of the warm craft looking as neat and brlghtas;: now the ninny friends they met. Klver Splendid vegetable and orange American woman, with excellent loferennus -
the among
visiting relatives genial wettlior. dollar after the cleaning and painting land now under cultivation. Fine orange having several year expedience In

d te IOlIth ar resident of Tltnsvllle, has sold< his Near steamer and pimtofllve., for the
In Titusville this week, appearing landing like to have.. a position of trust
few days of New
a -Captain John M. Lallln, one business at Mlargl to Messrs E,. Price *. :lI.() and
n. lames McFailane, the charm before Brevard County Commissioners rotary winter In Florida Ha experience'
foot Mr McF.irlane, a prominent In connection with his application York's well-known athletes months, who upends In this 1 L[ Brady A Co. Mr.* Egger Is a hustlern Terms will be made reasonable to reliable !good judgement, In handling help.

fOjtresKive resident of Palm Beach, for a permit to sell liquors) etc, at seven out of every twelve like business, and worked up n fine bush purchasers. Apply to Address, "MUM. E. II. M."
mug Friday's southbound panaeno of a petition section, has been working Trojan less In short lime. We hope to soon I). I.. UAUI.DKN, Atlantic City, N. J.
Tocoa. In consequence the two weeks, getting;: In readinessthe his another successful
route home after spending tin Commissioners past earn of making Or, Tl tun vllle,Flu. -
er In Colorado Springs and Denver, from Cocoa the County request cozy house-boat, Rose Marie, preparatory business venture on the East Coast War A. WAIINOCK, Jamaica, N. Y.
Mr. 'rabb's
refused to the arrival of Mr. Herman FLORIDA GAME SEASON.
c. ----- ---- j
hud the fence Xaethlng of the big restaurant firm of -Mr. and Mrs. C. 8. Chappotln, prom.
Mr. Wm. M. Brown has ----- I
'<*, t), F Mitchell, the accomplish hi residence Julia street, '1'1.i Naethlng Bros,New:' York. Mr Naeth- nent and wealthy visitors to the East -Mr. J. W. Osban left for Fort Pierceyesterday : '
on
'''I popular daughter of Mr. J. It. around } In first.class order. Mr. Ing: and his. father-in-law, Mr. {Schilling, toast: of Florida, whose residence Is intonheeter where ho went an a delegate The game season ha opened' In this

''t, whose residence In In South tusville,does put not believe In allowing his arrived Titusville Wednesday night, I N, Y., expect to visit the to the East Coast 1J. ptlilt Association state' andmptallare| already been brought.
Brown Into Titusville in fairly big bundle The
and Vest Indies this "winter probably re-
''twills, recently returned home to ruin for the want of a and have now gone after fishing -l>r.J. M. Dixon: : Is having some Improvements revised laws of Florida make It
via I'alm (Beach and other /game
!delightful( visit with friends (In( timelytattertlon. We understand be will ducks on the Rose Marie. timing Miami made t<> hi* house on Juliastreet. shoot kill
unlawful to ensnare or trap -
York ICast P: Coast resorts. Their friends on '
rd the hire Mitchell came soutl have the whole fence painted white, -Mrs. Emma J. Walsh who spent his coast will be glad to see them Burr Contractor Hall I la la charge of any wild turkey, pheasant, partridge or

steamer Apache. which will be a decided improvementupon last winter at the New Rockledge hotel, the season. the work. riiiall between March let and November )
ng
>; George B. Gardner, one of Li the present color. Notwithstanding Kockledge; served as hostess) of the -Mr*. Carl Breltwtsch and family, 1st. \
:e| well known orange growers, : his banking and other Interest at Wisconsin building at the Pan-American Messrs. Herman, Frederic Schilling of Cologne Germany, who have been The new game I law nay : "It shall be ,I Ia

""Ings" Ih his neighborhood ha'I'M < Miami he still finds time to pay an occasional Exhibition and won the praise thousands sad Arthur C. Naethlng, jr., of New visiting relatives at Stuart and Indian misdemeanor for any person Him or I

'' Mt prosperous In years, and visit to his Titusville home. Mr. of people-not only from Wisconsin fork, arrived In Titusville on WfdnosUy ola returned to LaGrange yesterday corporation to export, ship or carry, or {

nX)0, to 1O(1() boxes: : of orangei Blown was In Tltusvlll on Wednesday but all over the United Htatos for night and left, next day, for the caused to be exported, shipped or curried ,
hipped from LaGrange this sea on his return from the Carnival at Jack. her genuine hospitality-has been chosen laulover Canal, on a fulling and hunt- -Rev. W. N. Chaudoln and wife and beyond the limits of this State: any

tr Andrew Carlisle Las sold hii, sonville.Mr. t)y the State Board of :Managers to fill a ng trip. They thought the weather Mr. Geo. B. Gardner, <>f LaGrange, left partridge or quail/ at any season of tbe .

crop for 1,000.. II. McFarland and his two position of like capacity In the Wlsconln ''I retty warm so hoisted sail and started here, yesterday, for fort Pierce to it year. It shall not be lawful. for any per. 1
-: W. Cross and Harry building at the St. Louis Fair next ip Indian River on board the staunch tend the meeting of the Kiwi Coast Baptist ion, at any season of ellr. to net or
II. C.
IDe Rumor' says that Mr. L. C friends. 1Ile lln. Identified/ withForepaugh's ?ors.' Walsh is a charming young: 'tacht, Hose Marie. The above party Association. trap partridges or quay except on hi*
year. JI
w Miami who recently sold out Ciesmer, all prominently Uaraboj WIs. and I rill remain about three weeks, but must
from the
the widow hailing her premises during bunting
shows >r
Bro.'s I'. Nelson Is cement
bUNlnl'slI & Sell's: -Capt. having a
interests .
In Dade county, host of friends at nock r""l"o last be home by Thanksgiving.: They will "
had
world, who recently arriv a ildewalk laid on tile west side uf his reIdence > leuson. .
the
among one of the first to start t a largest In probably return here again during the "
yard at com mini; ed In Titusville\ from Texas have been teason. ______________ Inter. In South 'fltu Yllle. Capt. Neon This U a bad law for "Iot \\.tonterll.
of the Florida Enat Coast Kill having: good port this week at the Haul- I III continually Improving isle beautiful who have beery In the habit shipping
Uardiier'H Flyern.Mason's to northern market for
"Oliver generally on hand aaalung over Canal, eight miles north of this DID YOU HAY FURNITURE, we haveIt winter place. Florida game
duck shooting.: They an Iron bed, spring and mattress for roils
and
the East Coast where place fishing .
,
those who attended the Carnival
Among
takes place, sailed down (to Titusville on Monday to Fruit Jars Plots and QURrtl.&Ien' M.-I8, f. o. b. Tltusvlllaf send us yourorder
Success him.
to hunting size 17 17} working shirts.Cbevllle J R. Walker A Co. at Jacksonville ebb week were:
a lumber to build a small extra : FISHING AT STUART.
', harles F .Kaethlng'; of New buy which they expect to spend Portlers, $:).7.'i and ....7$ pair. Mrs J... Prltcharcl, MI. Fannie nudge,
In
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e thanks lodge Mr. and M,.. Fred A. Morgan and son
of the ADVOCATK: : for a winter. Mr. Mc- Footballs, $1.50.
of the for (tent.A .
Cottage '
t of the better part HUllb'i looser Mr. E. J.. Brady and the Minnow landed! 2:11I TWI "ce'y' framed pictures, they are clearing an 8ft. Pint Cups, A u his big| tarpon catches at the Farland says distance along the river China and tin Cuspidors. time and Daisy Brady, Mr. and Mrs.I. ihfepbead Xuesday How I.I that for a a
tad lif Oiul, road for some 12 room furnished cottage on Barton I. K. Walker and two son, Charlie and few' hours' sportfQeo.
anther trip with county Lieu where he will bank, so that things may be pleasant 3. A. GARDNER, Titusville, Fla. Aye., Kockledge, for rent for tbe winter. .fohnLle, Mrs. J. A. Collins, Mrs. F. A.

','t \\'toodrulY t.Governor while camping In the woods. Apply to, JAMKK L. WILMO.V, L ndey, Mr*. D. Dimmer Geo M. llob1 McPherson landed twenty-five

hew Yorkers, Senator later Roche and ----- Furnished House Wanted. Or. Kockledge, Fla. 1 biDS! and sons, Rufus and Richard, Wm. iheepbead, which weighed lot) pounds,
In
the
't', the West Coast for season tar Fischer Cottage For Itent. A. WIIEKLKK: New Haven Conn. H. Brown and L. R. Decker. ins day this week.C. .

hea Lt ego!:e y can be caught on the Wanted, a furnished 1 house of six or I). Blakelee caught 1,000 pound of j

7 room house la Titusville\ ;plenty pure sight rooms (not less than three bedroom For !Kent Cocoa, Fla. Property For Sale. sh..phead, Wednesday lo-t Charlie I la !
water. Apply to. ) at Titusville, Cocoa or Kockledge me of the best fishermen on the Eat t tCOMt.

drinking C. F. FUCIIKK, for a party of four-gentleman, wife, son f
For Sixteen room house, Including bathroom If you have any Rive me full descrlp-
Sale.N'PjantsloTsale.
Florida.! for January, February
20nov3 Titusville, and Marchf daughter; rent full particulars (, fronting Indian River; oranges: lon and price. <;. T. McC'Airrr. Judge Hancock: ba* Joined tbe angler t"
State ,
;; Apply to, md location. imons, peaches, baoatoa, mulberries In- 2t Eldred, KU. everal times this weak with varied *ucess. ;,
ind
J N BKI-HEB Fla For Sale Cheap. CHRH. Lv BKaac: :, luded; four bedrooms sitting room, correspondent received some
Georgiana Launch
Fine 1
and of r the finny tribe landed. by tbe rod and
:N.' J. brat,', dining room kitchen com-
Box 1.1. Adelphla, Wagon for Hale. "
letely furnished la business>> center, cello hi. skillful hands.

() tF0r Sale. Launch Buffalo, 30x6x2, standing top for five month or year. Address, ------ ---- ,

7 h. p. Buffalo Motor, speed 8J miles, Sealed Ilidn! Wanted. O. K. WOOD I now have on hand a large dock of RAILWAY EXTENSION.

hwl .teamer 10x50, 14 In. draft. ;((575.00 If taken at once. t.f Cocoa, Via. inch tire and It-Inch tire one-horse wag. .

aake good nouseboat. 4xl( 12 h. p. Buffalo Motor good all new, Sealed bid will be received by C. O.annocb on.> that can be delivered at once. -
Cheap rat cash. : Oso. K. WALLACE, of the Arbela'lace 1C. K. Mix, JK., A big force of men I la at work lm ? \
IUJ' Superintendent t
West Palm Beach. Dade l'1a. For Sale or Kent. Titusville' Fla. roving the road from Cntler to Black
tour
E. H ARRIS. Sewair* Point county, ,
POIDt Creek soil from that point will
for ;
20th of November
St. Francis Fla. before the
on or of The Bungalow Uobe Hound VIa. build a new road west, to connect with
For Sale Cheap. the erection and completion a two- : one Orange lioxe
Houseboat The F. E. C.Irllway .
picture! frame residence. Drawing and of the loveliest spoU on Indian River.Touse tbe homestead country.
cry la I being rapidly pushed
MOIIIdIngsJ grading
can be seen at above named contain parlor dialog room, alsbed
Sale Cheap, a comfortable houseboat lace.peclflatlons The owner reserves tbe right to room, kitchen pantry 2 bathrooms, We quote orange boxes delivered la >uthwrd toward. Long Key, and I'will
ere : windmill carloat.llota complete with hoops, at all not be a very long time ere the
hcetved a large line of picture Dimensions:1inchbesbead-rewm or all bids or choose between etc. Water supply by Large '
e6ing of large and 13 rt.4 In.; draught, ; eject any bidden. erauda around house: boathouse; 12 Utloo between Sharpe sod Sebastian, boom" strike Cape Sable. A* prevl-
small sizes lowe
( otJer In cabin 0 ft. Anchors sails, bedding the Each bid mast state on the outside of lieI'M land; lOll grapefruittrece.! 45 minus at I 11 cent each. Small lots, f. o. b.Eall usly hinted at la the ADVOCATE, our .

c forWill\ make frames sam end cooklDg uteo.lt., etc. the owner's (Jerome Twlch11) by rail to Palm Beacb. Address, : Gallle 12 cents each. Our box m- Wlaml[ friend should keep an eye n{men
to envelope
or" boat u now ""* at be contractor's mama T. NfcwTosr! BAHXEB: trial I is strictly first class. 'be coming terminus of the Florida East
and This and
l.lamplea COAST LrMR price: Co. fltu ville. and will be sold TltnsviUe cheap. Fla. 1 ) C. O. JA5XOCII, Supt.!! It Ilobe Sound, Pie East Coast Lumber Jt: Supply Co. Coast Railway.I .

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try roads the tniniportatlon of the Po/II- GYPSY RETICENCE.It More Than a Georgia southernFlorida

000000 dren to central, well equipped schools
is practically Impossible during: most of WM Not Proof Aomin.*' Charles

Nr..meVorth the yeur bond roads would remove a Godfrey L..I..... Dollars $ & Rail
A serious obstacle to thin most Importantstep Charles Godfrey Leland. author of $ Million

forward m the Improvement of our the "IIuus Breltmaun" ballads, bad a .8n."ne. 11 I" I .,.
$5,000 a Day country schools. The boys and girls of passion: for studying the race of gypsies

the country with one accord demand and ut the same time great human of Florida Capital guar- Operates the "D, u F,V6r

good roads that they may enjoy school sympi..v with them. The rtk-t that Schedule In Kit,.? i i ,
privileges e<|iial to those of their broth- he was the greatest living authority on

ers and sisUrs In village-and city." the gypsy tongue and customs gave antees this pure vege- LvPalatka... ..., I 1'1\' 1 ,I, 'IjUI;|
r him little pleasure compared with the Lv JarkBonvllle ;

Rome'. dr..tOne highway.. delight of being hailed as brother bygypsy table remedy to cure ArTlfton ArValdoiita. .L.. '11',,' :

of the most striking evidences "' horse traders at English fairs A r Cordate./ .. ... 1; !PAr

of the civilization: reached by Home lathe and gypsy musicians In Itussla and or money back. MnoonO.. of tin" .... I 1I 1

r to remains of her great highways, Austria. a Atlanta.. ... ., .
says the Philadelphia Ledger It is One day In Philadelphia be met three Chattanooga.N.C., tt St. tAr .. ..
/ said that Go.OOO miles of roadways dark men whom he knew to be of an Ar Nanhvllle. .. I
were' built by the Uomuua. structures ancient stock. lie was quite sure that 111. Cent. R. K. 6
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which In their decay. are the envy of they could speak a language which Cures: Ar' riiliapiiL. I
the modern road builders. It Is a reelection contained roots of Sanskrit, Hindoo \ .* N. R. n:
Ar' Loulnvlllu. .. ,
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on the American name that In and rewlan. Yet they would make no Ar Clnolnnatl... 1
In 1880 the older states, which have been organized display of It., They' would like their Catarrhal affection of the nasal C. 11. I.- R.. it.Ar I

P. T. Bar ti communities for more than race, deny' all knowledge of It as well Solid Chicago trains front .m i:". i I.
nuiu the { two centuries, there are thousands of us the fact ot their gypsy blood. passages, bronchial tubes, Tralni from 1'alutka "' iu" .1',1J01.o t II

great miles of roiuls that are practically In He addressed them In Italian and kidneys, bladder and trains Local. going 81..I'ero'north on It-.in 0", "I.'.(' .
showman t no better condition now than they they answered fluently. lie changed lungs, renuiinliiK In depot until I or I

Journeyedto were In the early days. In Dome states to obscure tongue of the east, and ittoinacli. Also Pullman to St. Gouts HulTet via gluvinuvlllo al>,I,.", a"- mJr.
the I'ndflc coast to visit a there are thousands( of miles of roadway again they replied. ofoanonItlxmoFlyertrat', .1 naom i i'dlnu,
relative. On bin way buck east maintained In no better fashion "Have you got through all your languages est cliun sleepers/ e.or on same trail, II!' s

he stopped at Kansas City to than they were at the beginning of the be Inquired at last ..ittd *' schedules and otliM >OJ.' ">tui, a""
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sea the great Itanium & Bailey last century The value, convenience "Yes. signor all of them." Nervous Indigestion District Pass.1 II\ 1\ \I 'I'1'lRY,
show. To the editors of the and pleasure of good roads are admitted "Isn't there one left behind which 0. Will'ilif.;

local dailies I who called upon They Improve social conditionsIn you have forgotten? Think a minute." Gen.C. II.PaasAgt.RHODES,, M11n.
blm !Mr. Barnum sold: "Geh- tbo countryside and invite residence "No. signor; none." Consumption, Mr any diseaseof ?"

Ueuwn.Ir.: Halley tells me that there. "What, not ene?" membranes qf
my presence at tho performances "Slgnor you have seen every egg In the mucuoiis t a-

of the linrnum & Bailey circus Good lloadiB. the basket Ta, + 1
is worth $::iOUO n lay( to the At the national good roads convention Leland looked the man fixedly In the WQJ{ lI f fMo.c

show. If this Is true It in my held in St. Louis banners were dls- eye and put a question In Itomany. As a TonicIt
name that Is so valuable. It in played'on the wlills of tho convention There was a Startled glance from one 10
known In every town city and ball portraying these sentiments: to the other and then a silence. He quantity nos qu,,

hamlet; It lias become a house "Good roads are necessary for rural asked them again in Romany, "Won't gives appetite, builds up the 'VV'JIXTE'SCreamIX: :: ::

word throughout the country. mail delivery." you talk with a gypsy brother?" MANUFACTURED ONLY BY
"Your town will prosper In propor- That opened the gates. They shook system banishes that tired OPILALMANUFACTURINGACISSONVILLC mtfug
"Now, ..ntle'mvn, all of this tion to the improvement of your country his hands In great emotion and triedto !
was done l>r nt'wupnpern rends""" tell him how happy they were In feeling, makes the weak' strong1 n.A U.

' and Horne If mlTerU worth.lam,:3WN can a makea daywhat "Wide tire are roadmakers; narrow having met some one who knew them. and happy. ; Has led all WORM Reraedi i

!. It that sulvertUlnffcan't tires are road breakers""Good -Yodth's Companion.Moon { EVERY: : BOTTLE GUARANTEED.
roads are conducive to good
Uof" I _SOLD BY ALL DRUCOISlIF.
good nforals to good citizen
morals; Saneratltlon. I Plmr"Iil.

ship. The eclipse of the moon Is full of l.JAMES ....BALLARD.......... d].LP
the value B. R. Wilson & Son. --
You lona much of "Oood roads make even trade the portent to the Macedonian Mohammed Sold and guaranteed by
of your business reputationIf
year round. ans. It indicates bloodshed It Is
do not keep your
you. "There Is no more common Interest and the .
name constantly befure the met with reports of firearms --------- --- -- ---- -
public In our column. than the common rond. Imams. call from the minarets the KIDNEY DISEAS!

"As the public roads are the properly faithful to public prayers In themoaques.
of nil and for the use of all their ThiN recalls In a striking The Best is Found the Cheapest.
out nhoi'li1 I." ,' ...",' '... nil." manner the practices of many savage ire the most fatal of all

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TO fiUKK A COLD IN OMK DAY and barbaric eases.
tions of Asia such as the Hindoos and
+ + NEED OF GOOD tOADS i 'rake All druggists Laxative refund Bromo the Quinine money If Tablet It fails the Chinese, still cling to the belief in UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAPSAre cni CY'Q IlD( EY CuRi6uaraalild
The latter meet It
the eclipse monster.
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature Is on lULtl O flei
POOR HIGHWAYS A BAR TO EDUCA- eaoh box. 25ct with prayers like the Turks. But even

TIONAL PROGRESS. In civilized Europe, both ancient and
-- Haw to Eat Celery modern' one finds numerous proofs of the Best. Ask your Neighbor. or money refunded. Cant
Although celery U one of the moat'
The Romans came to
.. this superstition. remedies recognized by
Condition ot th n nd la (onntrr
common velo.tuble"11"11\ on the tuble,
sucCor of the afflicted moon by
Di.trlee. a Great Drnwbnek to tko not one (jM'rson In fifty knows", how to the flinging firebrands Into the air.,by tbe WE MAKE THEM IN ALL COLORS. cent physicians as the best
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Ha >ce of Rural .bo..IA NoperrletendenVe >
cat It projiorly" No matter how carefully Bladder trout
Report.Ths blare of trumpets and tbe clang of Kidney and
It has lawn washed and scraped
brazen pots. The superstition survived PRIGS SOc. and $1.00.
ndvnntiige of good. roiuln to before sending( to the table, there will through the middle ages into a very For Tomatoes
dwellers In the country districts lies still be found upon ouch stalk a number late period. France. Wales and Ireland try. 11. it. WILSON & SOS

not alone In greater ease by which of tough: strings or fibers that offer many Instances as late as the
the distributing ohould not !be taken Into the stomach. Foley's Kidney Gj
crops can bo'' tranHiHirti-il to seventeenth century.
centers and towns, nays a Do not put thi stalk to the mouth bit. .UNITED D Vegetable Paper. makes kidneys and bladder r>
Inn elf a piece from the end, as Is usually .
writer la tlio Muulcliml Journal and A Tempi of DlToroo.So
done Instead hold the stalk In
Knglneor. They ploy a great part !In the hand and break off an inch piece long unto, as 1250 the wife of a When answering ainnr"
one obtained from the One trial will make our customer.
Japanese regent government you amid, o1
education of the children of these districts from the law end bending It back la these columns, you
permission. to rescue women favor by saying can ill ,KIVI I r
limniniifh as the nor the children und forth to do This loosens the BRAND of write to you
"0. from the hnnds of cruel husbands. The If your dealer does not handle UNITED Papers EAST COAST AI>VOn, I its a +,
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can be drawn together III| largo fiber which strips off readily, leaving means she took were very simple. A yuu will receive better! 'lIenll"O<
I contra! schools the better can they be a crlHp..brittle- section of celery withno new sect of Buddhism known as the TJ3ViTisx> JP A.JPEST oo., tile adverliseis.

educated. With a number of small particle of waste Keep on In this Zen was just tben being' formed. In '

c-hooU scattered over the rural diM- way up the stnlk. breaking each mouth. the temple of the Zen sanctuary was SOUTHERN OFFICE, ATLANTA, GA. Notice.
fill oft Instead of biting. This method
trlcts It is too expensive to provide established for fleeing wives. When
will IK found not only n much daintier
much more than. Instruction In the ru- they wished. separation or divorce from '
of disposing of tho wholesome CONr: ('t.ItNEll I .I Mlx iHinil i
way
dltueutary brunch, but If tho childrencan their husbands, they could claim protection ALL immtlm am let' .lutex "
vegetable, but more satisfactory from .ofictoAdndoltne. .u+
of the temple. :
the
under wing
bo brought together In large central ,\
a gastronomic and healthful stand- C. Doom, deceased lea
( schools the cottt of liistrucUon IK Once across the threshold' government Klorldu, present my limit' I'' a
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divided number and point. oincluls would not be allowed to Interfere -..&:RYOTT: T A. mtnlatnitor\ to this, Hoti' ra M
among a greater County Judge 01 knlil "IVmitjliual 'V [
still less the furious husbands. ii ">a I
sni'li f '
more brunch. can be Included In thocurriculum. Haw to Clean Marble. tllncliargu troiu "i( [llWIfli
Tills "temple of divorce" was supreme ,,
Marble tops on bureaus and wash AsSlinriirniln u,'' '
Aa In pointed out In the following of medicine umpire on matters of matrimonial disagreement. )' "
stands often catch spots
Tbe of the "privi Fla ,lnly'i1.1 l i '
practice rilusvllle
extract froui the report of Hui><>rlnteiul. or other liquids. For this sprinkle salt
put of 1'ubllc Instruction Charles It. over u scrubbing brush and apply vigorously lege of the temple" was maintained for Boat Builder or OwnerIf ?

Skinner. of New York state It U Iiupoa' to the spot After' this use n over UOO :years. r
Bible to bring tho children together
mOil wrung from hot water on tin re-
unless the roads are In good condltltui; nmlnliiK 141'"tI'ply' kerosene for n Worm Destroyer.White's a

"The nrif\iuu'tit thus far ndvancvd short time and wash off with soqj\ and Cream Vermifuge, not only
In the commendable agitation for goodrood waterTb kills worms, but removes the mucus and. oF t
*-1m vo not coimldered the welfare slime, In which they build their nests ; It You Are, Buy One OfWaltoll's -
brings, and quickly, healthy conditionof
unit comfort of our Hchool children all n ir-
the body, w1.el'oormA cannot exist.
factor."Tlio
2.o at II. K. Wilson & Son, Tltimvllle.How .
filmier' IK told that: goal roads > : 7S

Will put money Into his pocket by nav- to llruiuve; Kerosene Smell.A Patent Tools.Invaluable x ..,-'4 M

lug hid", horses and WIIKO/IU4. that time little sail added to the oil III your Calking 03g wt
value of bin farm will lie t'lIhlll.llllIl lump will prevent the disagreeable oily II
the trip to town or to church will be aploamiro smell which ono notices sometime even 2t085i: CD
rather than n burden. The when the lumps are carefully kept. .. ..: _.

merchant U injured that his trade will to Boatbuilders and Owners of Boats it

mightily incretiMo. if KIMH! roads lead to How to Preserve Yonr'1mbrella. .. ,
the village. The bicyclist knows by an :Never leave umbrella standing on ( "' 0
occasional run over rare sections of the point In! the ordinary way when In Use all over Florida and the North. -11

well built highway what comfort Hon. Amos P. Atkins who is one wet. The water trickles down, spoilIng : ooZ. isan
would result If good roads were the of the moot prominent Inca in New ,: the silk and making the wires o
rule Instead of the exception.: Those Albany, lud., and Treasurer of Floyd rusty It I N also a mistake to open' It :
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who lire able ti> indulge in the luxury has this advice to to those and leave
County, give It "t.incllntf. as this stretchesthe Calks Boats more Rapidly than other "o
of automobiles also we plvaituat vi who are shut up within' the narrow confine silk, milking It baggy so that It isImpossible any V ;;J M
sions. of office or shop: ", to fold It smoothly. The :,1S

I, "NothliiB., however has been said) 1 "Dr Pierce' CoUlen Medical Discovery proper WRY la to shake out as much of tl'g a'si
about the children they go through seems to take tbe place of hard training; in the water as possible", then stand the Calking Tool in the World. ..4W
and enduranceof
developing strength[ vigor.
the mud dust, hill! and down, from
or .
up the system and expelling.: ; all impurities, umbrella on Its handle to drain. a'
their honi*fl to the whoolliouwa olio to with which the blond sometimes setsclbgKtd.
three miles dlstunt. In It unreasonable I have found by personal experience How to Pave' she Kettlo. us. CDbc
to believe that there men and women of that it enables mcvto do more hard :! lS
work.Ntnd at the name time endure more If a Kettle or pot bolls dry pour boll- t.4
tomorrow would prefer well grmlod.macudaiulzed physical strain and partake with .greater, Ing water Into It at once for this will
: nindlMHls to the miserable vim in outdoor sports than anything I [prevent Its rmcklnir.\ Five Thousand Sold. UGfte
disfigure know of It can always be relied uponto g
pretenses for highways which now cI: .r; h &
increase. the appetite, induce healthful >
BO much of our landscape? It In sleep, and tone and refresh a worn-out The Best Kemetly for Croup a t.- <, ii : jSill
not difficult to Imagine the country .
ayitetn."A from the Atchison Kan. Dally Globe. .
school u much happier and busier placeIf number of my friends who have used Price$4 and $8 each. I)
% the children collidCRth'r after pleas.ant it speak in the name high terms. and we This is the season when the woman .o i
have reason to consider it an office man'sfriend who knows the best remedies for croup
J walks along well built and well ," III in demand In every neighborhood. Onef !
kept highways. Dr. I'ierc..Colden Medical! Discovery > the most. terrible things In the worlds .ocM
! "\Vbat to do with our country schools is a blood purifier, and health- giving to ba awakened the middle of the May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking Block Co., 4O4-
Id: becoming H serious problem on the tonic that contain no alcohol, opium or light by a whoop from one of the chil-

years go by and the rural district become other narcotic It U a purely vegetable The croup remedies are almost Atlantic Avenue Boston; or at the office of the EAST jiO11
more sparsely McUI...!. When more compound made from roots and herbs al sure to be lost, In case of croup as a
than 30 per cent of our rural schools in an uptoLU pharmaceutical laboratory evolTor is sure to be lost In case of burlar -
attendance of and has been used and recoraniended ; There used to be an old-fashion- COAST ADVOCATE TltusvIHe Fla.
have an average dally should by thousand of people daring xi remedy for croup, known as hive yr- !
children
loss than ten something
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the pant thirty-< lee derided to put a stop to such neettN'es -
$3.000 FORFEIT will be paid by ay that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy g
waste. Combination of resourcesmid the World's Diiipenaarr Medical Asso II better and does not cost so much. It JOB PRINTING ; 1
w ; capital cheapens production and results elation Proprietors Buffalo. N. Y., if (aiises the patient to throw up the I r 8'ti
in an Improved product. It U the they cannot show the original signature >hlegra vulckcr and gives relief In a .au tla
opinion of educators that a reasonable of the indi'lidual-.o.nteerlng; the above horror time. Give this remedy as soon N <
implication of told, principle te onr rural testimonial and also of the writers of aa the croupy cough appears and it will\ Executed at the office of the vl
>Covent the attack. It never fail and led.asant
w hool problem' would result boneflclnl- every testimonial among the thousand
>1 and safe to take. For" sale by .LL
ly which they are constantly publishing,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE
all. druggists and medicine dealers. TITUSVIL'.E.
"WlUt: the present cpajllUoa ot (A90l thus proving their gcuuiucac*. _,_

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iOnal Oards. It's For You! LOSS IN WEIGHT. WELL TO HEMEMBER. JOHN O'GROAT'S HOUSE. Over-Work Weakens

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How Yoa :May Tell It .h. VrntllatloIn n..,,, .tel.-.. and ..,.1... l',... n.. Illcvftl A VMntoa Domicile ThAt \\nrn I..n. Your Kidneys.
by Hut >Vntr.Vli.ii l.nuilninrk In Itrltnln. --
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BBI5ra' Your IiirubKtor
EO.. & R The \'lIt Virginia agricultural 03: \ t.vd., ....UI.. hUII ttt'r Uftonic. a In the r<>lgii of James nof 'Ot. Unhealthy! Kidneys Make Impure Blood.

COUNSELOR \\"hdl |I.'"i nii>l thirsty\ drlnh It land John U'Oroat and Ills two brot,
TToINEY AND pertinent "station, publishes the followIng '. lCaithness at All the blood In body passes through
your
as a i'ooi.M'. t' 'm' i: m'\ei- ers :Malcolm anti It yin. -
AT-LAW. table showing"; [Ions lu weight ot say the P111l.ltcl1)llfhl: Press.Ileiuliichv dIHIIP.lOlnts'l nnd bought tho IniidsWarso ot your kidneys once every three minutes.

In State and United States eggs during Incubation. After plaeln nil-lost I Instantly yields! and Duglsby. near the beach at eq.. ,". _. .f! blood Tho kidneys purifiers are they your filter ..

,U[1 P ractlce Court. the eggs upon the trays ready for the the Hlmultaiit'ou, [ npplletUJon of 1 hot the mouth of I'enlaiul nil. the 1I0rth. /r- .,\r: ; I out the waste orimpurliles

FLA. incubator wt the trays upon a pair oRcnU's water to tinfwt and i>..'k! or the n l'ck. eastern extremity of tho mainland at ., '. V In the blood.

Office at TITUSVH.LB, reading to ounces and note tho A strip I of' tltuuii'l!. or towel rohh'tt Scotland. In time their families I In. i"r?{ r If they are sick or out

total weight of' the egg; and trayi "several times \Icnutlnvlnnud dipped creased until there were eight holts !be: I ." of order, they fall to do

-i L' GAULDEN, The trays should be thoroughly! drAfter hot water, then "ell, .:htly wrung out napplied ml holds of the same name. They lived i us ti\ : ,- ,, their work.
rheumatism
Pains. aches and
of tehllil\ l'I\ltTl'rlng!' nnd lun- 41 -
) Sul to the neck neighbor*) In the greatest penco
few days weigh again. I
a coma from excess '.
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, with an acute uttaclc of croiti> will UtlU'! ity, each year holding/ a festival in tl1t)
The Great Health Drink! tract thin from the I1rltt weight. TU1 of uric acid In the
In time of of these annnttgfltliL'lliigiI
ally relieve the sufferer courseten original house. At one
.. nil the Courts ot the State 111glye\ the actual low In weight ot -- blood due to neglected
11 I practlc. < United 8tato Courts.TITUBVILLE nilnutea It the llnnnel Is kept bolA the question of precedeni) kidney trouble.
rlda,and the at all Soda Fountains the eggs.Exnmple.Suppoeo!' folded[ dlppinl In hot wnt(, ". the IIINl1berlt.nd :
FLA Dispensed 5( that have 20eggs towel arose"' among younger KUney trouble causes quick or unsteady
.01\OJr.A3 you quickly} wriinjj out 11 npplkd qulcldy they disputed as to whom ,,11011\01\ heart; beats and makes cnr feel as though 1

ou the trays that the first wIgbtwitb over the sent of pain will in most (,I\At'R nit nearest the "head of the table" i or they had heart trouble because the heart la
J. WEUD, METTO Syrup It put up for trays In 21 pounds 2 ounces ,anll promptly relieve. enter tile room first. over-working In pumpingthick. kidney-

mixing with ice water in thSlIlIImel' that on tbe sixth day the weight Is 23p.Junls There Is! 110 domestic remedy that "01'romptlJ' The old grandfather Johnny O't.roi poisoned blood through veins and arteries.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW : 0 ounces. Then the loss In:) It used to be considered that only urinary J
: time and with hot cuts short congestion of I tl1e of hlxtory was made arbitrator. lie
of the 7ft weight Is 12 ounces. Now look In tb troubles were to be traced to the kidneys,
win practice in the Courts In AV'inter time. lungs, sore throat or rheumatism II" promised to have all satisfactorily al't. but modern sclenca that nearly
for nouesIdeiIrefltS water the table for the loss In weight of 100 egg now proves ;
Taxes palt hot water when applied promptly an.t tied by the time of the next annlllli all cunstitutlonal diseases have their beginning :' \
.Iud accounts collected.usVII.LI Specially:! adapted to family for six dnjrs. This la l 10 ounces. The]] tbot't>ugbly. X meeting. Accordingly he built an eigl l bt In kidney trouble. I
20.8;
)<:, Fumm use, either as beverage or ounces multiplied by 2.CKS gives for Many eminent bacteriologists call i at. sided house In which to hold the IIU-: If you are sick you can make no mistake ,\
ounce*, which Is the calculated lost tentlon to tlie power of fruit Juices to mini Jubilee. This octagonal domlcl by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild

PENNEY, table drink, taking the place 208 eggs,: for six days. Therefore the kill disease germs. Lemon Juice anti was fltted with a door and a wlndoon w and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's ''I

D. for tea, rolfee, eto. eggs have not been losing weight arapidly apple Juice are especially. : mention. each side anti a round table In tlcenter. Swamp.Root, the great kidney remedy la
ua they should and the (egg soon realized. It stands the highest for Its ..,
citric acid and Iather the made it
the one containing This arrangement P08'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ventilation or the wonderful cures of the most distressing cases
should be more
Trices for IV Pint :2); ( given malic acid. Cholera germs are tibia for each family of tho O'Oroai Its merits .....
FLORID Syrup, Incubator should be removed to a drie; and Is soJd on
mrai.it.: killed In fifteen minutes by either and to enter" by his own door nnd to sit at a !
1 Quart ;:)c. Gallon, $1.35.: location. It Is assumed! that the (egg' by aildruggtstsinfilty'
courts of the 7th ? half hour.If "without "
In all the tern typhoid germs lu an tnble which was; practically cent and one-dollar slz-J iii
practice.Indicia! Circuit. 1 Gallon, $2..r,0.: uro kept uniformly at the proper have[ beeitested a lemon be miueezed Into n glfof lll" head." es. You may have a '

Ix'rnturl'1'tl'r[ the egg water containing cholera germs I the This famous house was long a lam. sample bottle by malt riom of swampRootfree ,

Directions : Two tnblefpoonfuU for the 11It'l'rtlie1'K weigh ngali water may l e drunk with perfect !!tllt'l'-' i mark In Urltnlii and even to this. day !Is also pamphlet telling you how to find I

A. FROST:: used to a g\aw\ of water. and proceed as before.Uuies. ty If allowed to stand fifteen' or twenminutes. one of the Kugllohuian's\ starting |Ilolnts| out If you have kidney or bladder trouble.
If the I'/otlotlllloveo lost too mud Mention this when writing Dr. Kilmer .
} / diet will ('\\pnnse "Land's Knd: to Join paper
ATTOKNTKY-AT-LAW, Cost less than 2uUi. a glass. A fruit >f lueasureiiient
more moisture or less yen' & Co., Binghamton, N. Y.
weight give
the stomach and the alimentary canal O'Irout's" signifying from vuo enll
practice(' I in all the Courts of the 7 th Tropical Manufacturing Go (Illiitlon hut In reducing ventllatloireat and drive oil many of the germs thnt >ny: f Kngland to the other.sir I I
all
Judicial Circuit.fITcevILI.E. ; cure should\ be used, as pure cause disease.How -

Jacksonville Florida. In the egg chamber la absolutely neces .
s FLORIDA. Il.iyle 1I..b. ftDIGESTION"I
ary. to Slake Habr'i hair CiirlrKvery In every account of the 11'11.11'111'1111'
Sold by J. R. WALKER It the eggs have not lost enougttvelght morning,: ufter baby's hair hbeen aifnt Sir Iloyle Uocho comes la with

REDBRICK A. MORGAN, open the ventilators or plaehe < washed and well briihhed, do not Chnrle h"1I11
and B. R. Wilson & Son, : tJIp: persistency of King
Abstracts of Title. inculuitor I lu a drier place. cave It nice and tidy. but with thfl In Mr. ()Ick'" memorial. Ills. "bird" I Iis I.. was tronblert with atom-

Titusvllle, Florida. Table showing normal I Ions In weight Upw of' the lingers rub the head nil ., well known as the phenlx ansi bisiair aeb tnmblt. Thmlforif Blank-
;BAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE or lOll() egg In ounces for tile first nine gently with a short olrcul luau.. ,ItO cll.l nt. nines good
ver very : to share Its immortality. In Clue week than all the doo-
Loans Notary Public. WELL TO REMEMBER. een days of Incubation: notion from right to left.' Thin Call1ll'S "S\1 I't'. Mr. Speaker," said Sir Hoy I ) torts n.."1..ln. I took In a -

StenographTm Lose In JjO.is Ir3tty the roots of' the hair to twist Bud on tho occasion that has mado him ft "",."- MRS. SARAn B.tUIIHFIRLD .
'' typewriting, Days" ouncesrhw
lections: ouncen.
: EUatUTllU lad.
FI.A. Low l.itmi' Chimney Mny He Put fVuriouN 1.. ............. ... 1.6. It. ... .. .. ...... 18.60 nirly hair will be the result. nous. "how could a man be lu two. '
-ivu.t.K, I ...... 2. ...... ........... 3.31 12. .. .... ...... .. 20.33] laces at once-unless ha were n bird Thodford'il lack Draught I
..... 13. .. .. .. .. .. ..... 22.10 Laic at Horn.
A chimney taken from a lighted/ lam] 3. ...... .. 4.116 lion to 'I.aa Hut Sir Hoyle Is not n mere crontlo: qnic.kly; invigorates the action ,
\VArflc U. JUNK; ... ........ .. .. .. .. 6.62 B. ... ... ... .. ..... 23.S8 In this day of lace on everything tlnnId of tho stomach and
iFno"r. III one of the boxt and luont 'ijairkly pre 5.. .. ..... ..... .. .. 8.211 15....... ... .. ..... 25.641 111'1't or' legend. He was a real living\ mari
it at of
n-ROHT A JONES, iared "hot npplicatioiis." Sluiiily Bill 8.. .......... .. .. .. 1\1.00 16..... .. .. ... ..... 27.41 or matron who has fine, bluff soldierlike oldntl'mnn., cures liven chronic cases
Ule hot chimney\ I Into an old Htooklnf.nd 7. ..... ... .. ...... 11.3 17. .. .. ...... .... 29.21 brent, at her wrists nnd on every ('on- loldlug Rome post! at the vice regnoiirt indi nxtion. If you will.
8.. ...... .... ... .. 13U 1M.. ... .. ..... ... 30.911 jelvnble part of her gown has IUI'C'f't1' take a small\ dixm (If Thedford's
ifleeded wl'ollgh1111I1
m ESTATE AND INSURANCE, apply\ I; to the ()flhlI. If steam I.......... .. .. .... 2.l6; 19..... ... ..... .... 8:1.11: to be a millionaire to kl'eplt fresh Rnd sitting for a government H luck Ilraiifflit) occa-
take a damp warm cloth and 0................. 16.814 York Am"rknn. always voting faithfully for tbcilstle Hionallv\ you will keep your ..
'.onwI and Collections. rriip around tho chimney. It the hen lean, says the New ." The debate one night wall 011: stomach and livw in perfect '-

TrnsvitjK: FLOUIDA. Is tor a cough or the croup wrap lianno dinnve In the Turkey Market The more costly and delicate! of Inc ilnecuren which Currau had Indlicnanl condition.THEDFORD'5. ::

[ rag 11l1Ipurt'l1 with mutton tal, It Is said that the growing demand, he wise woman takes to prot'l'MIIIIOnlillace disci, I y denounced and. twitted by one ot
when it becomes .
R. 11. SRYMOUXT low and turpentine. Applied[ to thechlIt ''or young turkeys III early summer as cloancn tho opposite side on some personal% inoiiHlstcney ,
WOKLIEY. Is
i. however not.<
soiled.\ This .
hud al. each red 'or ho reviled
or throat relief will be (rollers ut about three pounds In the matter

fORLKY[ & SEYMOUR, lost at once.If i ml later from that weight to live or six iccPHxary with the Inexpensive al\l. oIly: 1'\\

your feet are cold at night place a i ihot (loiiudH bus resulted In reducing thaupply on run hicty that adorn everyday coumes. : "10111'. I am the guardian of my Owl
These lio cleaned at horn, LACK-DRAUGHT(
may
ATTORXEiS-AT-LAW.
chimney to them and they will of reully good nearby turkeys at lonor."
,
general practice In State and Fod-< rx>u be warm says the Womnn'a homE. LmnksglvliiK time HO much that mar- ind the tusk of doing It Is not u hiboiius It To which Sir Itoylo neatly rejoined:

ral Courts. Special attention givento Companion. A lamp chlniney IB espe- etmen find It exceedingly[ dlltictilt[ at one. To clean lace properly "Then the gentleman himself' bus got
hould. be spread out on a fresh pie(' !
: admiralty practice. I tally practicable\ luring hot summer hat Bwison to supply the trade which and covered with coIned .i. very pretty sinecure."-All the Yea More .icknttesiscauodbyconstipation t
of white
MIAMI FzTIP1IEN paper
tELL IJUUDINO, I lontlm. when the fires are out for you ather Insists upon a nearby bird. louiul. than by
__ magnesia. Thin should bo pla'f'dth1l'kly any
'an Unlit/ tho lump' nnd thus!!! bnve hot Tbe? o very immature turkeys go to the filmy 111('('. Anoth<>1' other dbe*". Thedford'i

E. FOSTER:: ppllcatlon In a few minutes. Croup[ Newport and other swell summer re- of upon should be placed over It.IInd Animals nail lrimiph Poles.TMA Illack-Uraught: not only..-
bIt> paper elocrlcal
effect of -
for is the
cough rheu- get na much strange thing
earache and the
tillc. toothache orts, growers It should be laid away wilMuethlttg lIev constipation but euros
then
ATTOH EY-AT-LAW, mil tIc pallid and ninny other ills !flee here hem at that ago as they would. if they heavy upon| It to |>rens out energy on blnls and wild heastft, diarrhtna and dysentery. and

Uyal-Upchurcb[ Building, J\X.: : t!> the hot lamp, chimney In the... kept them until grown and of course nil the lines and (creases. After two Ills a telegraph) 'l'f'l''oodpeckerl lineman\ quoted In tin keepa the bowel regular.
'Iii litsIs'Phi 1t
selling\ early.It
by '
niiNchold. lake more
I JII1)VI1.LE! FLA. or three days It will lx Jlf'rt'pctlycll'lIn..I. tupping telegraph poles All d'lIl1l1l.t. mil
difference continually
without using much are
make
short seams!!! wouldn't HO
To press null a gentle little shake will will find 'everyirheru 11I1-,,_, pmeba... .
kerosene Inmp.I'gulatliiK trade If thereather lot II. country you
stunll the Thanksgiving
Iron light n to
on / anti the dt'llcnt
T f S. Bl.KNHAM: : : M. D.lrREN the lIne to keep the chlm- favored the arrival I of ship- .!patter the itowder poles honeycombed by the "T h ed ford' D I I\ok-

moileratcly hot. then dampen thepnm lents from a distance In good condloii. tiread.* will coinn forth as fresh and turdy billn of wooilpet'kers. The bird Draught In. tho bent meill-
nl'J'F lean as when first woven. sound Insldo theflolo'll cine to r"llula this bowel
: and SPECIALIST, to !h" pressed. Pass the ".nm but of late years such weather at ulstnke the htimiulng
ban been the for lie humming of' Insects, and I have ever used.MRS..
of the
Km" NoNe and Throat. (IllicItly over the spherical part tbe t Thanksgiving season how to Clean a llrmm Fwnrfrr.If Insect A. M. GRANT, Bneada
and it will h. pressed nn nlr)>- and mont. western shipments It t: IK. to get, at these supposed
('liiinney. icreptlon you do not use any of the udvcineii Fwry, N, C.
'Tl'nM I BKACH FLORIDA condition lint they make their perforations."Hears
y..l.vpt
Iron. suoh
hot In poor
arrived
Iy as could be done by n hu'e polishes, make a paste with pat the
think
ribbon also may be pressed In this thllt one iveed not be very fimlldlous to amn of a very little powdered. iinmila < ou the other hand
R. flOITOHTOVS tie linen or with less appetite for illuming COnIeS from been, and they
wny by dampening It on turn from them and plenty of hue emery powd'r.ftl'otlr bas
ittn side, then rubbing on the tlilmllutv irkey tliiin be brought to the market with this nnd then polish willi: vvrturn tho stones at the polo'the honey OtISTJPAT1OIIiri
who got good turkey In I their endeavor to get at

HTi\o DENTAL APARTMENT nry. Tblll'aid big year prices people for tit'Ill.It a leather or cloth. Volvos. nre afraid' of' tho sound. A I

on the "Dontos," tn nrlKlitrn CooUlnic l'..n.lln.Vou la Impossible that the demand how to Take C'ofton. rolf won't go near a telegraph" pole

Now AT DAYTONA. can brljjhteu tins and other cookIIT tor young (small!) turkeys may help to The Ixnulim I.nncet commends the rider any circumstances.

utensils. by. putting,: them all In the 1'e'lve the turkey Industry In thlH 1I.>ctlon rnctlce of drlnkliig ('On'l'" after dinoroI' "

wIIsh holler and place on the fire with (New England), where it IB not nit ('lITI'O \In an antidote to alcohol I"or" Hud Cold.If .

M \IAbO.V.IKXTAT.SURGEON. pll'nty of water and a llliernl amount of wlult It Wile yearn ago. And It Is Dot ThOlte whoHe digestions are dlHtnrbwr .1 you have n bad cold\ you need Rtoml .

I ashing soda. Ix-t: them boll for' twen- npoBslble thut with such a spur toIgocous the use of hot cofTeu are odvlwd ticure / } reliable medicine IlkeChamborlnla'imigli : relieve Itand See'
remove the -wash boiler work against the dinwuselarkhoad stlmulatg (! Koniflily to loosen and Kind
ty minutes ,' the udvantageH of its Rnllnll"mma- the _
t'rom the fire, but do not take the tint ( ) which had so much to do ( properties by taking It In the form linn to of allay the tlirout the Irritation and lungs. For sale byI that Leads _

out for three hours. At the end of that with the decay of the Industry practlil of jt'lly.'o are assuri-d that a clear: ..\\I I druggllltll and medicine dealers.lu coal thur.. 1.1,1 iior.,
,.,, ,
Xh ., washed bright that dlsise hI byill I..Is'rs
with
FLOIIIMA. will be when of dealing
bit "
time they ]l methods l'on'l'e> Jelly after dinner In every in' fOirl Seed .% nauCI

and new looking.,: may be developed and applied bytbe JCOO
E Ut'K, oJ turkey growers generally.-Farm from some of lbs drawbacks. Cot the finally of %Ir. II. treasurer

Spoke Ad-rl. .. llr. oultry. _ : tf'e, unlike nlcohol diminishes organic t one of our Milieu, was a small bflYot'
Farmer Ileepuin-I wua told hailstones waste. rouses the muscular em-rgj' r four who wait the rxu'WMMor of a

ktoo ,y Hud.t Building, Main St: ; fell over In Clay county that A Dnng-crouM! Month.This Ithout the ci>lhtme which follow III.cohollc n".' nit tTi-ler., Outiln.v, the, dog tuysrloiisly :

Jacks00' lle Rooms 15, In, 17. eoniln' through tbeRlr. dUiiiH.iiniI.. ami the t-hlld.
'" looli'd: like hen algs III'the month coughs, colds and imbibition and Kebitln In thetonn | | I
DENTIST. ute clUa rrh. Do you catcIicoiI easily\ of' jelly Is cooling, iiSHiiiigtHt thirst Hulph.VII" li.ii..ii I iitikpu.. K M>II lifterunl

Former Tbraslmrn-I'II bet the teller Find yourself hoarse, with a tickling 10your III soothing and has a tendency to ab- ,," Mrs. 11. gave HII Informal dinner .

"i ii,. 1 limlga Work, wbat told you that never seen a benaljt throat and on annoying cough atnllt'I' rb any excessive acidity of the ..torn.8rb. to> other. Htille oIllcvrN uml their wives -- ,

Porcelain Inlays, ; com In' through the air. ? Then you should always liav. allli Muster Ilulph. WillS tillowed b" atthp The Largest and Most Com.
lose. lIe bottle of' Ilnllard's Horehound of gmxl \be.
Him -lasH Plate Work. Farmer Keepum-Then yoo han.ly, a table under prvililw
barnormln' J. A. Andersou )11.1{ Went Ath it,. till nlato Establishment South. "
us the main actor In that ere Syruf' HOOT to Make mn Aut Trap. ; ivlor.. ThlfiKA went ou nnjiojhly \
troupe.-Kunsas City Journal. '_ alt Lake City, writes: "We 11140 Hallard'il "nIlo.ldll. Bon It H sponge In water and wring i iIt. th.' meat course, when n Him ronnted

Ilorehonod It Immediate Syrup for relief.coughs Wekoow nearly dry. then sprinkle It with fllg wan brought. In, and Italph) thought OEO. S, HACKER & SON ,
give
irginia Homes Quite a nHTr,nc,.. IL'. the bent remedy for these trollblell. crar and lay it on a plate In the hi.-a I long lout pet was whitf to be nervedto ..

"What In the difference between hens I write tills to Induce other people baunts of ants. It will noon become the guests.; He row-In his chair,

and poultry. pop?" to try this pleasant and efficient remedy." rulL Then piling" it into tiolllng water pointed at the pill and with tears In Ms

"u ce' "Why. beus. my on. are things that 2c: 0cand :*1.CX) at I). H. Wilson\ fc Son.i.w eye and voice cried: MOh, ray dogifle I
,1ftI
IbOl1t Virginia Lands, poultry is ..... dO"Kl "- 'pII.ters.a I want
.. to our neighbors; -- --- Slow to .0. my doggiel my
donir
..
.
"
products mode of cul-
Tout' C-r. Moa.
Hand
owns himself.! -Ton- to time children do 110mocb
\
t\UI [ the summer HousekeeptniC'
> ")t c., by reading the something a man
-
thlsunpleaiantuooo
''''1 Many people suffer from and whittling of sticks
111/\ cliDibliih.
Farmer. Send lOct8.munTIn ;
Statesman .
; ken -
1LIkMANUFACTUIURS
; and here Is a
subscription to therIIIeri' In sumuier powder that they oftentimes get slivers\ In theirtin&'f'rtI. Llnoolii on Bwoarlni;.

Emporla, Va. A Oood Inve.lment. for it which has quite cured net- and If they are not at once rmoyt'fl Senator Fensenden once come roaring *

Bramble-What would you do if ;you anti eases. 'The hands must be washed" they will prove very painful.' Atin" at President\ Lincoln over a question ofpntronatfe.

.: A--': had $1.000.0001> three times a day In lukewarm waterto nwdle should be us<*d to removerers. Th president llstenud till

EXPEmENCE Thome-I'd hire a private secretary which tarnlc; acid ban been addel11ntbp 1 If too deep I In the flesh to boI'f"I1chpd the storm was over then asked;

to answer fool question*.-Smart Set. proportion of three drains to oue. by ordinary means fill n rather "You am an Kplscopallun aren't you.

pint of wat.... Afterward use a powder wIde mouthed bottle tw -thlnl.* full' otbgJlIn& Feiiseuden rYts.

Between a babbling friend and a eomposed of powdered salicylic water and haul the Injured sp>ot sir; I belong to that cborch." or

1 silent toe there Is email choice.\ -An- aHd. three parts: talc. seven part; clOII over tlw oix'iilng. The suction "I thought; so. You Episcopalian all

trim. starch nineparts.. ThU\ powder it dl'D\V" th* fl.wh down nn.l/1 little Rlh1l.tlonol .- wear alike. Seward U an Episcopalian. :: Doors, Sash, Blinds

-. "f&t': to !.. sifted ...lilll.. the gloves.Steppei pressure" will take out the MplloTr Htanton IK a. Presbyterian' ; you
:
'- t"' T""OE DUIGNSCOP'Y"IGHTS MARKS yyWe cannot guarantee to PJjWUbitem i I tel': ought to bear hhu"vwear."-"Tb0 Truss Me aiding & Building Material
Lincoln.
Jf"i' office
Ac.hMh "" that do not reach tuU Agnlimt n Hot Htove. : Paint Brn.h.. Pliant. Abraham
,,,,, m > to KI Office A War rooinn. King, oppont
d nwirrtptlnn Thursday
.. noon on T. Benson, when much household painting licit Unliiieiit 011 )':urth.I. '
r c'itiion friw wneih r mi A child of Mr.. Oeo. If given to Cannon ttreet.Cllllt'1cst0J1 _
,
I"lal.pt 'Iliimlbnokon ntitM0. Commnnln Pn>..nu** UtSTLJo- netting his usual Saturday night; bath, md surely a little paint here amIthere M.1\lcUaoy. Oreenvllle, Tex., writes
TRCKTwoltTIlY of S. C.
f"ir>vmirlnic p l uui.uuh 1'AS'TED-A manaif'! back against a hot stove which tbe appearance last
to rheumatism
: '.. In each cnnnry stepped Improve Nov. 2d! ltO: "I had ,
Muifti A (.u. r f I 0' lad, ofsotil Ingreat
I ch.5, tu the I V maD buaOneSC for an old ..tabU abed bona bosSeS ride burned him severely. The child was lng_tlway. clean tbe brushes tborghly winter, was down lo bed six week; tried

ntifi JThierican. financIal .rand'alP' A by atrAllht."lICk each )Ion- agony; aol hi* mother could do ia kerosene and they are sure everything,but got! no relief, till\ a friend Sash Weights Cord and
5) Remembcrlog
Df'I" him.
weekly aslary raht to of Ballard's1400w ,
d from bhlual'ttra. nothing: pacify soft and pliant. gave me part. of a bottle
.'VMeI. ."_''Y. ,..,....t..p. .... with ad..a..1 all aspen"for expensea. tn.d..leDv.lo. .-('- a4-. that she bffa bottle of Chamberlain'sPalo to remain Liniment. I a MM I It, and got two
.0'Sod'.'Urnai 1aJl..a..otd Term.al. $4_CfI'1 atone, ..... 31&na&"r. iIOO Caxtuo Bldg. Balm In the house. she thought she Henutlf Clear Mklen.lerblne more bottles. It cured me and I haven'tfelt Hardware. J

ChicagO. would try It. In less than half aD hour rheumatism since. I can recommend -
&C3361
tJ .." child quiet andasleep exerts a direct Influence on any Glaaf \
1Newrk after applying It the wai Snow Liniment to be the best liniment Window and Fancy
IIIoe 0" !It. I'ERSOSS UF ellA RII and In leg than two weeks WM tbe bowels, liver and kidneys purifying For
A"ED-SE\"ERAL rheumatism.
'1' rep&tatIofl In SeCtS ..tatmofle well known resl- and i strengthening thetwi organs and I' on earth for A SPECIALTY.
l IfOO'I U a .
an' Mrs. Benson
acr.r wet. neuralgic painsrub
V II) reprfraent scUtlo or
rheumatic.
I requIred \
PINER SALVEtnt ( In thLo county b.-I Va. Pain Balm Is a antlseptic Intalnlog them In a. normal condition willDot \ ---- -- -
old .raht"'hitd w..altb, dent of KelUr, f la lUHard Snow Liniment you \ -----
advertise removing a common
lIeallnll an.1....... of ...,Ihillnancial ..tandID SaleryJ21.OO liniment and especially valuable of health : thus antler long but will gratified with
.lv. In the world.ley'S n_ b. sddUlool. and For of yellow, rnothy, greasy skin aodmore FOley's Honey and Tar
WkI7\ wlnh expeflees.arh Wedn.'t:*? from ICJ.j' for barns cuts, bruise sprain deal. eaoe. less of pimples blotcbee and i a speedy. and effective cure. 23o! SOo) and
ltC; l eaah direCt whao flee.arl. all druggists and medicine or No opiAtes.j .
ofllce*. "...... an.1 earniege furniahed eelf.al.lreaaed" SmVSh'PL sale by ckbeada. 5oo at B. H. WiLson A Son. tl.OO at B. K. Wilson A ,Son. forchlJdrcaufcure.
lloneyThr LnloiS
Ref.ren. ere
e3 'old .. earbOrQ 8e. CbicaCo.
Coloolal.332
s, prevents pneumoala.



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6. 190..
NOVEMBER
BAKT rO" T APVOPATK.

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JAMES. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWX: V-c..
TITUS- Pn.sd
COUNTY COMMHSIGNERS. ORANGE CROP AT C. S. SCHTJTIJSK, Cashier. W. AMI < astiINDffl


BAST COAST ADVOCATE BREVARD THE OLD RELIABLEAbsolutely VILLE AND-ROCKLEDGE. RIVER &STAT BAI

N l
The Florida Uotn_ker says:
1 &W...tT JOOBVAI. DBTOTBD TO TH. sill .. The Board was called to order on t2J t L. Brady Informs us that the

O>r.B.T Or THe I.Dr..ur BIVBB, I.ABBWOBTH Instant by order of the (;ihatrml estimated:Mr, E. oi)nf. crop tn the vicinity of COUNTY DEPOSI1'ORY.Authorized
.
J.n. .
BMOATBBBArSMnrlOBI.rUBLNHIJCD J. K. Walker 1st District;
ABO Present: THusvllIe is 25,000) ( boxes.: He estlmati
Mlot, god District; R. A. Cookllc! 3,000 boxes. Tbe capital
about ,
at strv
IIUDAY.BHAaLg. 3d District J. C. Jones, 4th District and O A his own crop I I.
: AVERY ; fruit I.I in fine condition. There no S Paid up capital $401
A. A. tewarc.: .
6th District
J. F. Bell ;; tbe Lace\ of the earth '

II. Wi/ro, Editor: III rnbllsbi. clerk and J. t>. Brown sheriff. and than better that orange grown on in the neighborhood 01 Average deposits, S15 J .

--- Minute of lest meeting were read rew Titutvllle. The old groves that hav -

of iwl.U. meat b..ade< approved. since the big freeze are I In ""
JlIIOt'DtIDa&DCIe been cared for Transacts
( 310 for .bell. a General
Walker for $ .
easily At this office or by writing. Bill of E. C. splendid condition, and the young 01 Ban
t y log in the 6th district and report of *uerintendintf fast coming into heal
district atat-, Loge grove are
roads for tbat
0hsca etc., may Im made payable to CBABL lug tbe contract bad not been complied Ing. A few year of favorable from"the'winter Ti- I Business
of and the output of orange: 4
Yri/ro, publisher.la referred to commlsuloner
with, were +r tu.vlHe.ection will be a* large a* in tbpaliny 1' $t, ,,,AF''
that dlotrlct. Largest and Oldest Bank
Mr. young grot on tie
In writing to the ADVOCATE for Inforrrtlon'ov The Treasurer' report wa receive w. days. ante worth goln

UIk'D'
a stam|>"il-a and !ofIGt. The orange groves
Cookllng
destroyed by Messr ;4 Roc It ledge that have been cared tor are *appreciated. Pr, .,.
A ?
BOSTON orriCK-TH Ie KAST COAST AI>T" Tbe Treasurer had his usual certificate their old-ilme crops treatment,and every f av.", ,,'. "erne- '
b7f
1f i attached to the report. yielding test mar a rrativa Unking nw3CORRESPONDENT Wll
OATS baa opened an offloe at 404 Atlantlo arenuBontnn of deposit We have been unable to get an 1 which' will be In charge! of Mr. Claude On motion 1C O. llardee I I. allowed to.1 number of boxes for this season'. *

O. Walton.. extra for bridge across Turkey Cree, Pure. on the been told that It i III t T Seaboard National Bank .i TU .?
tbe same being 33 font. longer than coo- crop but we have same I I. aillo Ir9:n A National' Bank of Jacksonville tit
last yearThe
tract called for also $3.78 for 210 teet ,
to THERE SUBSTITUTE on Merrltta Island 'r1TU: S"'V'ILLE FLA
all communications the
Address lumber used In other bridge. (roe of orange crop .
KAST COABT ADVOCATE.TITUITILI.B. :. On motion tbe application of Mary 1 1Sapp E. and that of City: Point. When It
It will seem like
TLOBIOA.C. for a widow's pension WM appro. comes to shipping,: time
Kockledge along Indian -
old days. South of

- -- -. ed.On motion Oeo. Denbaro I I. placed on n & ftnedeker viewing, road*...... .. ...... 2 O)fI River, the trees are well loaded MeMurray & Bake
B. Department of Agrlcultiir W R (;Campbell, .. .... ........? 20 with of good quality.
tbe pauper list for one month at (23.8: J T Head: .. .. .. ....... 20 oranges
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, FLTbefollowingis .. On motion tbe petition of J. W. Minor J S Stone, .................... 316
Melbourne and Malabi N M .rib a ... .... .. M OK OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W ALton' -
et al citizen of Lnmherolnmher':.... ............ tI3 .
lilt
and W. 1 n. : C Calking Tool now in UM 4O1-414 East Bay Street Jacksonville, Florida.
a comparative slat: for a public road I la granted 0 It HarOee.Turkey Creek bridge ... 78118 Rapid .
and rainfall for tbe Campbell, J. T. Hood and G. S. Hned. lv y LaweoD part aymt contract 7 r I.. IS 0* by boat owners In the United State
t ment of temperature each at the ADVOCATE Makers and Jobber of-
committee to marl, Price 4.00 and $8.00
NOT 3, 1009.I90.T ker are appointed a Building rand ..
week ending Tuesday, -IWDATS. view and lay out the same. Drew Co, war rag treat office.............. S BRoad offlce( Tltusvllle, Fla. '

..A.-... Miff.- MAX.: Mil Application of J..;, Ranlersoo for a and Bridge Fund. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Hater

28 W) 71 SI 70 soldiers On motion pension tbe was Tax approved.Assessor time fpresenting < East Coast Advocate adv bid*.. .......... 14 (X Slierlfrs Sale. ,
20 7S 71 74 81 1 Road rand DI. No. toE -

31) 70 71 78 75 his book I I. extended all until. A Holt,shell for mad.. .........,..... uw AND BY VIRTCK or AN EXECU Saddlery Rubber Tires.
7J! the December meeting/ when eon Joel Knight/ 1:111'I': Court foi
31 ((70 73 70 will be heard. RCarlton .. ............... 3211! UNDER Imiued ont of the Circuit wherein .
1 83: 70 7!) ft8 plaint.Resolved that the Indian River State J V pre.attJ 'np>> salary...............:... 400') Hrevird county, aacaahler,F\oridala\ was plaintiff a came and J. First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
2 81 75 70 71 R K MlnI."r. Sdumpcart. .. ............ It 67M R. B.HoImm levied ant
of Tltusvllle\ the Krerard Coon. ....... P. Hotie was defendant 1 have upon
3 82 75 IH 1\1) Dank, B Jonas,jr,eupplie.oonvict. ... 67 31 auction In front of tbe Court
will\aell at public
rainfall for tbe week: .03 State Bank, of Cocoa, the Bank of rort Road Fund Die.No. a. House door In Tltimllle Florida, during tbegal <

Total normal rainfall for tbe fierce of Fort Pierce, tbe Planter Se. I John Wood road work............... .... 19 at\ hour of sale upon the AND SUPPLY
Departure from ourlty Bank, of Jensen and E. P. Bran( W M Hall. .. ___ .. .... ......... 2ft OH) DECEMBER A. D,1903 TilE SOUTHERN FUEL COMPA!'
week: minus l.Or Incites. Departui I J A road,.... ........ wot! Toll DAY OF
from normal rainfall since January 1 1mtnuM I, of Melbourne are hereby appointed O.call: Peter RI..harde.opeDlnJr. .....,........ 100 OC and beet bidder for cash the
I agents/ of tbe County of Brevard and are'' .( K Irul"' road work....t.. ............. 021 to. the blKhent; eetate of the defendant .ltuatn <
.OR lnobes.HAL.I'.IIARDiN. Obseryor.r : to discharge following duties: The, ; Wm llarrin, ................. 1000 fo."wlnp.1 Brevard; County Florida Tli: A tract of 4Hacres Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

: are to cash all legal county warrant. pre-. T j.nol.r., N" :::::::.::::::::::: 81 lane 0: dtmcrlhed line In being took 0744"L"cOa1='and,at 'ae 2OJ; ,
north ; '
---- -- -- - -- -- - rented to them at par taking aslginients C R Prince, .> .... ........ ....... Dfi M the of tbe line between Lot 3 and 4, of Leo '.
thereof and forthwith present tbe Jan RolilnHon, .,. .... ........... 1513OMIxnn. wiutb Townnhlp 24 South, Range U8 East, and ..-
THE KILLING OF GAME. Treasurer for ... .... ........ ... 711I1! ion 28, 200 feet in width extending from ..'
tame to the County .pay.. ; Will Trahan .. ... ...... ... .. 20 7SItllritt being Indian atrip River to the went line of Lot 4.and Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
bent, or registration; In accordance .Ith .... ............. 62.1! be north by land of Flfther and south by "
the of dee Chapter A1H3, Acts of lima, where waants John Krltt, .... ........ ... ... 82.1 oweil'H bounded land, aubject to the executory: ilevlM, ,
for killing
The reason the Trea A A Donwy, .... .. .... ....... l.'I/I'/! i will of Hunan D. Seize to take efect Florida. :
County the Jacksonville Telephone
on the let instant, and will are registered; by Andrew (larrett .... .... ........... IA 41 created bv the death of the defendant P.Beue.aid Offices foot ot IJogan Street
w opened uier and returned, they shall be pre.ent. TMcRanejr, .. .... ...... ....... IT 47 upon will be .neon at the County Judge'of.
close on January 31st. Wild tur >d for payment within ten days after retving Aaron. Murray, ... ............... 17 an I.".... may J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
and quail be killed from notification from tbe Treasun W W Carlton. nap r.Nds 21 MRO I will alHO nell all that part of the 8W 1 X of the
key may Co : :::::::::.
I.HII her mot for roads 73" of Section !211. Jinn I bulb of the land nowsr
ewf
Such (
November until the lat that he has funds to meet the same. cart... 1407 deed' I
the let of gents{: shall be entitled, as compensatlo KO REMIma4dump Walker shell for road : ::::.:::::::::: noW ril formerly In deed of book H.Onborii"K.' E ", at whore 2f<8. -d"ii 'f
of March. Quite' a few of our Tl for their services, to charge not to exceeI M Hall..readlng.h.II.......... .: .. .M on 'hat of the N< vV4 of tbe BVl'K'' ( of Section 2ylnir ,,
have been, out the warrant D H Cunkling.hell .. .... ..... .. ...... 310 on ( part between land of E. C. McGinnu on the Lumber and Building Mat l
tusvllle sportsmen per cent per annum upon frnlicht on Uriel 1.. ...., 24 00 orth.and land of J.(i. Powell on tbe south and
after quail this week :and have re ached by them and registered by the Fine and Forfeiture Fund. containing 24 acres more or 1_. Being all in

Jounty Treasurer from the date of Issu 1 P Brown crlmproectet.. .............. 172 M Towniihlp 24 South Range aUEantJOS.)
turned with good bags. If a. 00 et....... ....... 21 BO P. BROWS, Sash, Doors and Blinds Brisk Lime and Cement, Nails And Buildere'Hardware
the November to the date of payment. ................... Sheriff.
While referring game, com on ftnre 40.1 MASUKY'S HOUSE: PAINTS, F. W BIRD A: SO.VS::
Petition of R. E. Mime et al citizens of .. ...*. for PlalntltT.
crimp?"* J p ct. ... 'MM OFX3 M. ROBBINS, Attorney PAPERS.
number of Recreation bm tonaventure for a public road Is granted n B riarlton) .. .. .. ..... ... 1 oHO PARO1D ROOFING AND SHKATIIINO
an editorial protesting against the md J. O. Fries, C. It. Stewart and E. A. Brunnon, N .' .. .... ..... .... .. 1411 Orders filled promptly. Write us for estimates.
...... 76 CIRCUIT COURT OF THE SEVENTH JC
((5 Morlrlile
manufacture of automatic gum J. Stewart are appointed a committee to Ue..DA.cUimi.T ., .I f I..2 fO IN dlclal Circuit of Florida. Brevard County.In .. EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
nark, view and lay out the same. 1 A Stewart, ::..::... ::.::.: 1 2* Chancery. General OfUce at Eau Gallie. Fla.
for the use of sportsmen, and the All bids for road work between India If N .. .. ....... 6 O4 larry Ebrllcb ) Yard at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILI.E, FORT PIERCE and West Palm El)
DunkirK Herald that the protest Itionem Fund. V*. } Divorce.
lays rejected Feeding
and Lagoon are
liver Mosquito .1 r P Brown feeding prltonera. .... ....... 153 OSUu Alice Ebrllch.It )
Is made In the Interest of garni i* excessive.In: appearing by tbe bill of complaint exhibited
and has therefore a the matter of the "Eden Road Cot motion the Board adjourned to nd fll.d in sold cause, and the affidavit of com-
preservation, roversy" the same I I..* referred to the meet ht Monday December, 8:30 a.m. dalusntttatthe I defendant, Alice Ehrllcbisa Hodges & O'HaraJmManufacturers
worthy motive, but we think) on-retldent I of the State of Florida I and reMdealowltt ,
very district for actor .
;omrulnnloner of tbat In Philadelphia,In the State of fennylvitnla
that our esteemed eontemporarj] Report of Justices of the Peace, J. M AV recks.JareleH : within tbe United Butea. and DealersJIn.! ..
baa begun at the wrong end. It landers W. L. Keefer and II. O. hour DlMuajtrous Sow you the saul Alice Ehrlicb heand appear
( Is responsible for a Before the Judge of our Court on the Rough LUMB
"ne i" many
PINE
received.
AND YELLOW
mentions a concern engaged In the on, were and CYPRESS
Contracts and Bonds of J. W. Oabarlontract railway wreck and the same causes are TTH DAY OF DECEMBER, A. D., 1903.t. ,
which I II Dressed I
manufacture of firearms I No.7. District 1 ; T. A. JolinnrvJockshiitt \ nuking; human wrecks of sufferers from .>answer aid bill of complaint or a decree pro and Crates \ SSbIDlle'tetMIIIII :
Box Heads Fruit Vegetable
preparing to put on the market contract Nu. 2, lUstrlcc 1 1I. ]; .liroafc and \lung/ 'roubles. Rut since the onffMBo will be entered against yon, and thenmplalnant Orange Write for prices deliver
located Buffalo Bluff Tla. us
and office at
new automatic shotgun capable of: O. D.' Flood, contract No. 1, District. 1 1 ; id vent of Dr. King's: New colds Discovery the for .itli his said will oaune.It lie. allowed to proceed exparte to any part of the State. Address: Hodges A O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff. K

execution and suggests tha V. t4. Norwood, contract No. 5, Dlstrlc iiniptloo, cougkHand even in further ordered that this notice be pub-
great 1 and Ivey Lawson contracts No*. 7 aod< morel oases can be cured and hopeless shed Inthe EAST CO.1ST ADVOCATE, a new
all friends of birds write to the Mrs. In said once a week for
8.I District II:J were signed! and ar.roved. eHlgnatloo Is no longer Decennary. spar cnnaecmlve puhlliihed weekH.Wltaeia .county The Oldest Entablinhed Drain and Seed Home ", thefts)

manufacturers protesting again Bonds of W, N. Hay, J. *, L nib Ciiigg of Uoichesirr Mass., Is one our the Honorable !Minor f ; __ .. _
its Bale. We think that agitation il. J. Rnulerson, L. A. Brady to carry rt- of many wlioHo life was saved by Dr. "f said Court at the Court Mone In 1'Itttevllle\ jWm. -- --- --
'. New Dlnoovery. This great rem. I'lor'<1a.this tbe2ndd Novpmlwr 11..D. 1903.
KlnJ{
titles
approved.Honda
kind of firearm tenting : were
gainst a particular It would of O. M. Brown Hiram Plat >dy It guaranteed for all'throat and lung< Clerk A.of A.the 8TKWAKT(In-int. Court. :: :: A. Sours: : &
that
on the ground ind P W. Roberts to carry pistols wer lUeaneft by all druggists.; Price Oiks, and By O. A 8.J.K WART, 1>.C.
enable hunters to carry home bIg d. 100. Trial bottles free. Y. J. W EHH,Solicitor) for Complainant.

bags of game would have a result appro.Tux Collectors Report of polls collect '' GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
-- -- -- -
--
=--------- -- --- ,
exactly contrary to the one desires d during tbe month of November and ----- ---- --- -

and aimed it. it would sell the gun .mounting to C3.0D for the year 1IMK], Flour Grits Meal and Fertiliz<
received.Tax ,
were' Seeds For Summer ,
Manufacturers guns, like manufacturers : Collector's and County Judge'. Crops. M1L g FLAKts. .

of other things are Ir sports of licenses collected during tb eFOAIAA 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE

business for Sentiment hal month of November and amounting toto and Plant Sj
profit. L.
; for furina Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. R'y.
the 1'JOil\ :
little to do with business. It would and tale 7Ui.M: and) State*:i County and *:for>Gl 00 County year for, Mllletn Sorghums: Soja lieans. Velvet Beans Peanuts, Chufas Teoslnte, GlnnUoggiirwoeil

doubtless the makers of this clean
please tbe year 11HI4\ ) were received.

Implement of daughter to see such Application of C. W. Crabb for'a per CO sA I PEpi 5 : Co.

an agitation against Its sale as II nit to sell liquors, wines and bo na In P. Ruhll%nail c&
taken Clays Wonderful Black, Unknown Ladyflngern.
would lection district No. 4, waa Whlppa, ,
proposed. Sportsmen and application was withdrawn by Ill"The l. Clean Hilght; Mtock; Lowest Prices. Conch peon, 35O: ter qt., Postpaid; $1.2i/
be sportsmen would buy that gun. W. Crabb. perk; #425 Im..h..t.PouhrlIupplle. 201 Washington St 1}l NEW YORK.

and until prohibited by law they The following bills were paid: : .., Stock Food, Insecticides Garden Tools. Fertilizers S)3): Murray btreet. J N. Y.

would use It. oJ R W.I'.r. Mt'itHral Cu Com'uinl.and. mll"'Ke' 40 L. CAMERON, The Seed Store
..
The best way to prevent the .. It. Mint, .. S 4CI 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
II 14: ttulin <1 Pineapples
It 1A Conkling.a
slaughter of birds is l to have such C. Julia, ... ". :UO! 0r ._---_._-------- -- }
.. Hull II. < :.1":111I1:
laws enacted si may be necessaryfor T A Iliililniton. sect iraine, warden ...... 40 00
their protection. It does nol WI\ :NorwiMxl Ken 1 Ollluur slid e"p.... .... IS/ uIwitrlo
I I.litht Co.. ......... .... ....... IU 60A" The Buffalo Gasoline Motor] and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
seem desirable that the shooting of Htcwart, cqytngminuue. ...... ... 60/ "
A l> Penney. glary. uoiinty Judge ... 2ft 00II ,
be
game birds should altogether i L iKHlilen, Halary hoe Ally. ..... S.I :ir : represent several of the largest shippers In your State,and wish to rep
prohibited but the number of birdi .I Hrowu. |..llor ... .. ................. :..> 00
Janitor .... .. .. .......... l 1100 Established ::10 years.
of any kind that a sportsman may '. waiting on Co Coin....... .. ... 401falrnr 1904 ModelWith you also. Give us a trial shipment
limited Htone forryuian.,... .. .. ....... 10 IMIIt )
shoot In a dRY may be by Howler, ........ .. ...... Ill 110
law. With a heavy penalty Impo.. A A Stewart, acnountant................. SOW All the Latest Impro.emeot.Wilt .
1100 ESTABLISHED 187V.
II>A Kvanii,ttueolal ulllovr ll.QII..UnlC.
ed for violation of such a law tbe ,. T Worley, .. U: 04INortonwoodforjilt
.... aw Soon lie Ready.
terrors of the automatic shotgun :: ( ::::. :::::::: 17 2tFWootenbetcoinIl'rJfar' ;

would disappear or would at least .J .... .. ..ll1I1I: '
I. It hacker. hood elk omre rhmny .. ..... 41 of, 2Q: B, 7S! H>, 13, 20, 25 and 10 M. Lane & Son
be minimized. AAHtaw..noor.hnl( deed......... ..... I till ,
A U tbnraey Insanity cage......... ....... I 110"It 4 horse power.
Wilson, ....... ..... It onIC .

IN referring to the platform of E 1.lIln.bury.. .". ....."................ 2 1011.r 00Juhn Several Bargains 10 Second land 2.0 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

the lion. Robert AV. Davis, candi I. Brown .... ....... .. ... 21 lOll Motors.
....r.hllj.( Jury .t ct. .... M OII.
date for Governor of Florida, the o wltna.e x J cs Southern Fruit and Prodii!
"It is clear A Stewert.enteuue. ct:t...: "'::::::: : :: West Palm Beach.CARPETS
Tampa Tribune says : .... Willi.. bailiff g J ........ ..... lilt.e Geo. R. Wallace, Agt .
cut thoroughly In accord with the tf Walcon, advt .. ........ .... 4 OsP
.' Hmwn w<lnle oa .. ...... ... e 00 ----- --- ---- ----- ------ -----
principles enunciated by the Dem. K My..,.. ooratlo and is a document It WII..n Q tkm. m..llrtne for ",I..uen. a 70
party C 1 Lumber Co, mdse.. for .2)1
calculated to make tbe great orator A atrw.rt suidler' clerk's eOlce. SPECIALS
r ow (b, bakes: fur :::::: 2t1 :: FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR

and statesman many new friends. M n II: LYman. paul"............ .... 111 011
commends it to Its no".I.. r.w. M .......... .... .,00'' .
The Tribune near, Jiowwan N ......... ....... .a tlO.IN ::Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.MASOIT

readers with the simple admonition Vagina' :: ::::::: : ::
.w .. ::::::
.if I that its author Is.. sure to be the 1I''otcb. aa .... .q.:..... .... lOon (My Fall Stock Arriving Daily,

of this :Stateas run.. ............ .. .. 1100tf
I. next chief executive : Tahn..dl(8.. ............ .... Loo4Andereon More New Patterns to Show Than Ever :
President Itooatvelt I.to succeed .. .......,.. .. ..., 100 M. CLA I ,
, lIlra.J. C. J"hngoa a ........... ... .. 10 00nanthaOrlm.
himself." .. a .......... ...... don.
.1 W'Alnc, a ................ s 00 =wc -sss :XXTJOS !
I II..O lbnll.m .. ..,, .,. .. ........ 2:1: Pe! 110 Murray Street and 100< West Street, NEW YORK.
t aa ... ........... e 00
there I. Increasing 1..lI'ra.or.
ALL'over Florida an Mar'lt.upra..................."............ .00 Carpet sires for Coming Fall Season Inllze. from 6x9 to 0x12.: New

a I valuation and .demand for Rc..... 'un.l Dla.No. I.T.J Tapestries, New Body Brussels New Wiltons, New Smyrna. :IIy;:
) small farms especially ("It'k.h"tt..n amt No B...............150 OnI Fruit and produce Commission Merch
1 farm land ; .1 r "',I.., surveying male.. ........ .. .... 3 00 stock Is the largest. My prloea are the lowest Mattings Linoleums,
for trucking and fruit growing. In C 11 Hood, part payml eons No I......... .. 9000 Portlers, Shades, Cocoa Mats,Robber Mau, Bath Room Mats and Art

oven greater percentage perhaps, Road mad Dli.Nu.3.M Squares. h7'Will be glad to send samples and quote prices.)

is the demand for large tracts for N ]hnoulny Flub' ,roadwork" ..................... it 75 SPECIALTIES :

stock raising and naval stores pur 11.\1 VUlaon .. ........ .......... ... 1s 447 Gl'apcfrui

poses. Inquiries are coming from II Prnvmic Korb*,. M a ':::.::::::::'::::::: 2000 eon :8_ E_ CZr.E'iRK: Florida Pineapples, Oranges,

W A King .. .................... |J 50Road ,
United States.
section of the

I very Florida's future was never brighter. ford, toad work.had. ...Dla., ..Ko......a......... 900 27 WEST FORSTTH ST. JACKSONVILLE( FLA. Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6, 1903. r.
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Jensen.Mrs. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
Tibbals.Mrs. Fort Pierce.The .

::8:8: c3': 5.

I I ION J. W. Hull has been HI, but In Capt. Webster is upending sometime rains on Wednesday were greatly .L .
now convalebdug.Jan. at l-'ul'tPlerce. appreciated by the farmeis.

IIolD II' youngest(, son and daugh Much building is in progress. A fine Miss Ella Han kin left Tuesday night WHOLESALE GROCERS

ter have returned to Jensen. barn on the W. W. Luce property la the for Jacksonville to attend the Carnival.

YOUR Rev. Sawyer preached good sermon latest. Mr. Brewer has the contract. Mrs. Tompkles arrived Monday night
Fruit and Produce Jobbers.Corner
In the Jensen Town hail last Sunday.B. Gala Week in Jacksonville would not from a long visit to her daughter in .

ICE BILL Daniel of Viking, and Cha Beem- be complete unless -.participated' in by Tampa.

enderfer of White City; were pleasant some representatives from this place. Rev. Weatherwax held services In the

jyy t1 ING AI callers ourcity this week. It is reported that already three of the Methodist ohuich last Sunday morning Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

John S. Park, the popular and lots on the Herruitnce estate have been and evening.

E Pi manager; of the AI Fresco hotel owner, has purchased. There are ten of these lots Capt. Hogg arrived home Sunday from WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

been ill for several days, but we are gladto :Mrs.!\ E.E. Webster, who has been visit New York with his fine boat. Mrs.

,r $ provalotaa coo er see him out again. ing In Eden, returned to Tibbals on Mon Hogg arrived Monday night. PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.Seed .

i cleaner. Mr. .I'oppoll the popular manager of day. Surely no one could desire more Will Tubbs returned from St. Augustine Potatoes, Seed Peanuts and Cow Peas In IcaKon.I."o .

lee the Jensen Ice works,la moving his famIly delightful weather for visiting purposes Wednesday where he has been In
solicit of Fruits and
.
consignments Vegetables.Melbourne. )
than that of the
rite or beuklet to agenl from White City to Jensed. We wel present time. the hospital. We are glad to see him.

DflWAlTQN.TTnjSVllJEfMVest come them here, and trust they will cast Mra. Bachus and Mrs. Tyndall, of Jensen n __ __ ___ ___ _
their lot There was an Interesting' horse race
with
us. passed several hours In our town, and
here last week between Mr. Prevatt I I
The Union Sunday School is growing calling on friends and partaking of the others, of 3obasrain against Dan Carlton' .
nicely. There were fifty In attendance hospitalities of Mrs. G. A. Snegor, who horse the latter winning by over a
last Sunday. That's' children entertained the Tibbals Country Club on Chas
right length. The winner was ildden by
Palm Beach. come and oust your lot among those who Thursday afternoon. Both ladies were Carlton.:: Try again boys.A. $- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK
are the benefactors of mankind.E. quite enthusiastic over their enjoyment the pink paper of the East Coast, will be
of the occasion. I Weaver Is palntiqg the residence received at the Melbourne Postofflco
citizen to visit A. Ireland, one of north Jt>n"en'l of W. T. llaibln which present very i
prominent The snow of last week In Pennsylvania
Urge pineapple has under
growers returned pretty and attractive appearance
lUflll"Hiring' Carnival 1 Week is drum was the means of Mr. and Mrs. Harry RICHARD W GOODE.-Keal KstaUt. Notary 1"P#
quite au extended visit to his old Mr. Weaver's skillful brush. We wish
followed.erwirtit .
, others ilibllo and Conveyancer. Agent for Mtntk
l\hny and Master Lane
(Oiuber. home at Nashville, Tuna and other Jennings Jennings returning him success In his chosen trade, and predict Liverpool and Lomlunanil Globe, Hartford amlrovtilenoa i
to announce that George W. points, looking much improved. / to Woodoote somewhat earlierthan a great future for b lp.J. Washington Fir Innuranoo Con
t"nlined in the house I they had anticipated. However panto Special attention paid to the Inter- :
,,r lia* hi-ou week, but he Is now con- There will be an entertainment at the the return of this pleasant family was BenJ. Hogg; Jr., has a position In New __vita of non-residents. ,
;112 the last Town lull, at Jensen, on the lath: given none too soon. Wears all pleased to see .York City In a wholesale establishment -

iv.|! ,,, for the organ fund for the school, )"y the them again In our midst. and will not come south this winter, unless DR I.. A. PKRK, :Melbourne.-FnvsicMir K",il Galll AND ,SmuinowllMlilitniw Hun day., LOOK TO YOUR KTKS.If 1
and Mt .,, N.
irar, nun it that :\I" good ladles, of Tibbalx, Kdeir and Jensen. for a short visit to his parents. We Tuesday and VrliUy fternooim..
from
. sad. Mr and Mrs. Henry Mad1 !- AdmisHiou Adiilttt Little Miss Martha Hudson proved herself Is his suffering any eye defect or weak p
,,rd! : 2.K5.; children iso: wish him much prosperity new sight call
return this week to their win. to be quite a heroine. A few days have In at my new well-appointed optical !-
.!1! position and hope he sucoeaa Charlie Oslln spending this week
Jn<>. Sorenson and wife have returned when snake she summoned may Institute. Special, complete lense
,,lumen m i ilio. Ka!: .t> Side. ago, spying a Jacksonville.Mr. .
i from four and u half mouths' visit to her mother with a loud call, "to come Indian River Camp No. 6.1) Woodmenof grinding outfit In connection.,
r. and :Mrs. A. B. Otwell have the their old home in Dunmnrk. Theh'long and see to," which the latter did, and In tbe World held their regular meetlnfTuesday and Mrs. W. T.Wellil are expected D 11. E. H. : i ,
;uthj of the eniiie community In stay has improved their health very turn rushed for the assistance of Mr. when they Initiated J. H. Ba- home the last of this week. 11 Laura St. ARl'tllTHONG1 Fla.'
of heir seventeen months' old much. Mr. the visitor of Jensen L. D. Jones White City .
low /boiensen: now looks like a Hudson who dispatched ugly ker !
John Fields returned from
i 1I'lmerIa"[ : a bright lovable school boy. without the least hesitancy as he foundit and J. D. Almond and P. E. Watkins of on Monday

''buy. "Of such Is the! Kingdom of Jas. Neal has opened his store in the to be a "rattler," not of prodigioussize Fort Pierce, into the mysteries of Wood- M visit to friends up the river. Eau

en.." .I. S. Padgett & C'o'a. old stand. We but large enough to cause alarm craft. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. O. Rodes Gallic. I IJohn

r.J, E. Miller and family are pleas- learn that be will also continue business for one's safety at its close proximity.It a ion, on Oct. 2ith. Congratulations.;

[located in the lamer Bungalow; on at his old stand. He has added a new may be that some good housewifeIn HE COULD HARDLY GET UP.!"This-PH. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Branlard.of Val. MoAlllHter left for Miami Sunday -

youth trail. His daughter Mlaah clerk at the old place of business In the this or some other locality-woulrl Dully, of Ashley, 111., writes bottles karla were In Melbourne last Tuesday. In his launch.C. .
the position of steno- 1st to certify that I have taken two
her: occupies In the law office of C. C. Chill- way wish of there a young were lady more, Miss such I'eters.clerks in We the impart rise up to and them give a us remedy a blessing for if removing we could of Koley'a Kidney Cure ami It bus Mr. ind Mrs. Duck and little son left Alnesworth. and family have arrivedat 1

oortb. Jensen stores. the dlscolorations that came on the helped me more than any other medicine on Tuesday to visit relatives Indlanola Eau Gallie after a summering In

r,and Mrs. W. II. Spltzer after a ten At the school examination at the pub white paint after the recent gale caused I tried of them many advertised remeiiieff relief. but My Mr and Mrs. W. R. Mulligan and Michigan .

' visit amohg their many friends lio school Jensen two pupils passed by the iodine in the decaying sea weed druggist none recommended gave me any Foley's Kidney; three children left hero last (Sunday for Dr Peek of Melbourne, baa purchased )

n returned to Miami Monday even- Into the high School\ grade, Aliases Una and on which soap and water have no Cure and It has cured me. Before commencing points north. a lot In Bait Oalllo, and will Improve It

They found the day all too short and Jessie Miller of Eiion. The school power. An itinerant chemist coming Its use I was In such a shape Henry Yowell was in Melbourne las aa soon as possible
the many courtesies that were will this informed "Mine Frau" that a )
oded cept to them. West Palm Beach is growing very rapidly and there way soda and water that I could hardly get up when once Friday lie has returned to Indian River Archdeacon 11. F Brown will\ liold
solution of
be another room and teacher added soon. strong baking down." Sold: by B. R. Wilson & Son. after spending sometime In Texas. services Ht. Johns church
on Sunday
claims them ns their own. The Roll of Honor of the Jensen Public would take off the obnoxious sight. Ap- ,

Iday evening, the Ot.\JI\$looked upon School for the month ending Oct. 23rJ, ly with soft cloth after which take clearwater lire Frank Idner, of West Palm Reach evening at T:ao. Seals free.

"banner night," when the "Dutch.'I shows an enrollment of 01, with average and rinse thoroughly. When completely Viking.Olaf and her sister Miss Stark of Hay View Miss Claudia McMillan returned on
Ghent" will be presented by the dally attendance of 58 310. The attend- dry brush over with boiled linseed were the guests of Mra. John Minor lat. Friday last from a summer outing in

blent (male' ) of the town. Bush- anco was lowered somewhat by illness, oil, and you will have a surface of Monday Georgia and North Carolina

if I fun and dull care driven to the several of the pupils being! on the sick which the most fastidious need not be Helseth made us a short visit on There will be a social dance .at Educational Capt. F. K. Colby hits boon In Titus-
for all hone who avail themselves list for week or more. The late attend- ashamed, and with far less effort than Sunday. Hall this Friday evening uo.ll'rthe vlllo for a week or ao superintending
,
of also had Its effect. Only that of using fresh paint which would .
inch a rare performance. Go early ance some of the 1.1"lIell\ Guild the
been also necessitate the redressing of the Mr. and Mrs. Holseth and family visit- management placing of a now motor In his yacht, ,
the of those who have present ,
atoll the rush. names Admission 80 cents cnch. !Pinto.
every day, and who have a deportment entire room.ANXIOUS. ed friends In Oslo on :Sunday.The : Ioi I IlIlr.

n W. R. Moses returned Saturday standing of 05 or above are placedon Mlssen Lawson and_ Stanford re Miss Grace Cummings and slater, Mrs and Mrs. Kramer, of Grand Rap I if j

ID J from an extended trip through the Honor Roll The following is the MOMENTS Some of the turnedon Sunday, from a visit to Sebastian. : ) Montgomery, arrived from Grand Rapids ids, arrived on Monday, and will occupy ,
York and Massachusetts, visiting enrollment and Honor Koll of the two most anxious hours of a motlioi's life Mich.:, last !Saturday, and will spend the Capt. Colby's Eau Gallle home for the s}

hand taking in all the advantages departments: are those when the little ones of the winter In Myrtle cottage Melbourne winter mouths "?
ught-ieeing," morally, socially and Intermediate and Grammar Grades : household have the croup There Is no Mr. Daniels left, Sunday, for Hutchinson -. Beach. IIll ,4
''ectiully: and comes home much attendance Island, near Etlen, to grow vegetables Mr.l:4alter. who purchased the bull of
28 daily medicine effective In this tern ftJ,
other so
Enrollment ; average Louts Velvlmrton of Is actIng the
Hastings steamer Kathleen Is having bla -
vessel
fitted In mind and from beimuntW
body 27 15. Honor Boll : Luck Booker ble malady as Foley'a Honey and Tar
>> agent In Melbourne during the absence caulked, painted and changed Into a
slay, much to the delight Jessie Miller, May Uoke Una Miller It Is a household favorite for throat and Mr. and Mrs. Free and Mrs. Johnson, of A. A. Buck our popular rail- yawl or schooner

er many friends l\1aheISchuyler. Keba LeTourneau lung troubles and as It contains no opiates of Fort' Pierce spent Sunday: with Mr*. road agent who Is oil on his well earned i I
r r. and Mrs. W. H. DoCamara are Edith Edwards Barbara. Miller, Grace or other poisons it can be safely Daniels, of this place. vacation. Alex. Near Is doing work on the Can :
happy by the safe return of theirr Andrews, Emily Boardsley, Maud Miller given. Sold by B. It. Wilson A: Son. averal Club grounds on the Banana River -
of
Llelseth Is harvest ;
Mr. reaping a
Mr. and Mrs. Van Shalck who Ills arttmlan
Eugene Backus, Henry Neal, Ralph spent well driving plaut Is
, Miss Lindley who passed the
He
he commenced
mer In and around London. We Kacey Eugene McGeo, Tbeo. Tlndall turtles since fishing the winter In Melbourne two years ago, also being/ utilized on the job.
Grades : Enroll White City.Mr. has caught several large onus. have again come to be with ns. Theyare
El Waters. Primary
the young lady has brought many va Dr. deG. Hohuyler has arrived! from.a
renting art studies from "Old Bugiloli / meat 3-'t: ; average dally\ attendance 31. There will be services, morning and pleasant people and we extend to sojourn at Miami, and will probably nettle r
" she will develop later giviierfilends Honor Roll: Edith Andrews Marlon evening, Sunday In the School: -houso. them welcome.. They are now In the and practice his profession In Ban
Essie (Hull and Mrs. Carlnen of Eldred were Grand View cottage.
itn opportunity to enjoy Beardaley Madge Waters by Rev W. T. Lane of Sebastian. All Gallle. The Doctor's family arrived on ;
mlrtlo WOI k. Miss Lindley has gen- Ernestine Ricou Jessie Grau Arnie guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fiansen, Sunday are invited to attend.MANAGER ---- ---- Tuesday.

talent fur artistic novelties. Stokes Francis Richards, John Andrews. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Christensen cele- A POMCEMAN'S TESTIMONY.:!
The programme of the It. (I. L. Hocl -
their iilMh\ anniversary Sunday,
r.wdMrs. J. R. Anthony returned and brated WANTED lu this county hunt. ty for the next meeting, -ou the evening
and Tar for coughs coflee.
delightful\ I
"day from n three weeks' trip along Foley'a Honey by giving a : and adjoining territory to repaesent; and of Nov. 10th-will be for the
colds reliable tried and tested, safe and bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a mainly
in River visiting their orange grove ; Sold B. II. Wilson A!; :Son. Louis Stevens, of Jensen was here a advertise an old established business half dozen advertised cough medicines children of our school, and the patrons
: by
runteimo en route. It was" no doubt sure. few days ago, and purchased a horse house of solid financial standing. Salary and had treatment from two physician! are ooullally Invited to be present. The
i loving and grateful hearts they from our grocer, A. J. Arnold to be usedon $Jl weekly, with (.1 per day for expenses without getting any brnoflt. A friend proceedings will be ponud promptly at

omed their youngest son, Master Eden.Mr. the wagon conveying' : the schoolchildren paid ouch Monday by check direct from recnmmenriiHl Koloy's Honey and Tar Tat:: p. m. by the Preslduut, Mra. W. J.
118' OL their return who showed from Eden to Jensen school. beaquarters. Expenses advanced and and two thirds of a bottle cured me. 1 I lUlght.'

i manliness and fortitude In his lie- Jake and Julius Padgett of Jensen horse and buggy furnished AdclreII'rlllll.when necessary consider It the greatest cough and lung Capt. A. Bennett hal his houseboat
,
,,
""elf who" to had save' been the knocked life of a overboard boy como and Mrs. Milton expect to move i I were lu town Sunday. Jake Padgett: Is. dent; flit positlonipermanont.Motion: Building! Chicago, III. medicine In the world." bold: by II. It. the Rochester, on Nelson' way. at TI- ,\

to Cutler soon. i having some farming done here this winter Wilson & NOD Tltuaville. tusvllle. The vessel will be put In flrt- l
eHidden ----- -
ln which swinging: of the boom olUrucic ; f Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson spent I by bin brotlinr-ln-Iaw :Mr. Sterling, clues order for winter cruising. This '1
" Ley were sailing. Eldred. of Font Pierce', who was also here last Indianola. Is one of tho largest. and niont comfortable
lie' !II tie strenuous efforts to save"end Sunday at Rockledge.
Sunday. cruising boat on the Kant Coast :
,, became exhausted, but by and Mrs. Dan Ross, -
It. Rloou
R. and
'7 aid Mrs Joseph Ganson, cf Chicago was here. --- Captain Bennett Is very popular asher oj
by parties on shore both boys of Jensen were pleasant caller In Eden, la and Lotus commander.
Sunday with his brother Wm. Oan.en.wl10 A Huniphrys overhauling le ;;
of
rescued Master Roscoe Is noted T. G. Ronald was a recent
,"I.mnnly character, and he and his on Monday.We has been here for the past two yeBI'I. palling Mr. Sandeiaon's sail boat. visitor to Kockledge.G. Dr. C. O. Weld, of Boston will have J

Bob, are a distinctive feature oft are pleased to hear that Mr. Coss They both left for Jensen, Sunday night Since the quail season has opened the his houseboat (now housed at 1Iodelion' -
Palm t Beach. Is better again. He had a severe attackof but will return In a few weeks. Joseph souml of the gun I III heard In the land.J. N. Hatch and wife and son, Lelaml yard) refitted and placed In readiness !
the winter in attended tbe Jacksonville Carnival this
tonsillitis. Hanson intends spending I for this winter's orulslug.' Dr. '
Florida. R. Mlot, J. Reed and J. M. Field week. s
ere' Is no medicine and Mrs. McMullen Mr. and Mri. Weld Is a member of Canaveral Club, i
cough so Mr.
popu In Jacksonville this week attending
Poppell left Sunday night for I are Is that the ministerwill and will arrive In about Dec.
1& Foley's Honey and Tar. It con- Otis Cureton and Geo. (Cureton left for Edgar; the It expected new Tltiisvlllo
< no opiates or poisons and never Jacksonville on Monday.Mrs. Jensen where his father Is employed in Carrilval. be at Uockledge to hold services on lit, In compaiy with Col. Chas P. Horton -
to our*, Sold Wilson & Son. the Ice factory Mrs. Poppell shipped I John Field, who has been attending November 15th. another member of the club. '
by John Miller entertained the Social their furniture the lint of the week and school at .Melbourne came home last
I lion. II. S. Williams and wife return- The Baptist chinch was well lilted to 1
: Flinch We to '
Program are
Club last Friday. followed Wednesday. sorry for few visit.
Friday a day '
dancing and refreshment!) lose such good$ neighbors, but our loss nd' from visiting friends Indian Spring he doors on Tuesday lout, when very !
Stuart. will be Jensen's gain. H. J. Field I, J. Heed, J. M. Field Dr. Git., on Monday. interesting programme was presented by .1'
Sam Stuart baa just had his little I Hill\ and Joe Field have all been shipping well the E. G. L. Society members., The debate -
lauucb refitted at Mr. Miller's shipyard. We regret the error In last week's Issue tangerines and orange. this week. The Chapel prayer meeting was was nun by tho county boys and !
cripples and fish are being shipped She now skims over the water like a bird stating that the mall did not leaveor nttandoil liMt Sunday evening, a number girls, after \lively and Interesting series) '
Y day.'ISSrotion, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Buck and son are being present from Cocoa. 4
on the wing. arrive on a certain day; but It was no of speeches had burn delivered pro and '
was visited by heavy rains Rev. F. W. Weatherwax will hold services fault of ours for we were so InformedLet visiting their parents Mr. and Mra. H. J. J. A. irwin and family, of Duxbury, con. Those of Miss Mapes, W. J. Ualgbfe r(11 J
UllldllY! here Nov. 8th, In the Congregation. ns say, however that It was a mis Field. Mr. Buck Is enjoying his vacation Mass anlvetl at their oozy cottage on and Mr. Lowe showed great care and Ii
.
'Ie frame work of the John Mlchales al church both morning and evening. take, and our mall went out as usual In hunting.W. Monday, for the winter aeaauu.Cba careful reseroh. Mia A. Florence Hodg 'jJ

whom It reflected. attend the Indian Hirer Baptist Ansocla- gotten," which was well received) und ap- )
Pt houso la weeks' visit with
dark Webster' new Palm Beach for a two
rapt.: Blakeslee and W. Everett
Capt. tlon which will be held at Fort !Pierce flauded.
o MIIod tho does his and the home circle. 1
and If Captain parents
arrived on Friday. coming on fine, work and fishing W. A. Herren of Finch, Ark., writes this "6Ik. commencing Friday.Georgiana. "
ra. Thos. visit- not weary of carpenter finished.go "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney H. It. Shares manager. of tbe Newliocklbdge Not a Hick Day tiince. f
ir fen PalmrBeach be will soon have his house of hotel; I I. expected in nock-
enl West
at for a Cure has cured a terrible case kidney "I was taken severely sick with kid i
I hyt Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wolfe and family and bladder trouble that two doctors ledge about the Mb of this month. ney trouble. I tried all sort of medicines 11,

-li"nc'1.! Sue H, with a party of have deserted us entirely. They will have not bad given up." Sold by B. R. Wilson A S II. Peck and family, who have been none of which relieved me. One J

IlDeo from Fort Pierce> was in our been gone over two months and must behaving Son Titusville. : F. W Munson Is still unable to leave spending the aummerst i'etoakey Mich., day I saw an ad of your Kluotrlo Hitter "
"r Monday. write us aletler. They the Plaza. this determined that. After tak-
and
even are expected at week. to try
his He I I. little but
bed. gaining a
very
time.
ddefancock a royal good Brantley. a few dose I felt relieved and soon "4 ill illIng

'e the marine has hu week; 'lot John Miller went down to lobe Sound PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBED IT.- thereafter wa entirely. cured and have
p
overhauling.
consider the possibilities of getting the Ben Jeroegao baa arrived from Eau were over visiting"Grandma" Munson. Vole,'. Honey and Tar, a* they have net.en mine have been cured of rheumatism and 1
Fed D. Dlakillee and children ar- lumber from Ic. This ship went ashore Gallle to plant his winter garden here. Mat ui day. found so safe anti reliable a remedy neuralgia, liver\ and" kidney trouble t:
*' Morning from BridgeportNlThey during the gale la October C. D. Provost left for Jacksonville for throat and Inng troubles as this great general debility. Tflla is what II. F. ,,'!
Hancock have .
.. have rooms In the Curd Miller Messrs. Stewart and Mouday to attend the Carnival. A. L. medicine. Sold by 11. K. Wilson Hon. nl., of Fremont, N. C., writes. Only )
enough the hunters Kacey, tbe Carnival at Jacksonville all
tage.Poppleton. Sure days' been enjoying Bruner baa charge of the postoflice and 50o, at druggist .1
returned alter two I -
Uoke week.Everybody .
0, and this V
and wD.. McFarland with Iota of game-deer and store during hi* absence.Mr. To M 1181<:1811".
who wanta good
outing, a lIew.yand r
hart on distribute ALL. KINDS OK JOB PRINTING
their to FOR
annual cruise aboard staved long enough
bas finished out
quail. They should subscribefor Cannatta planting -
g od up-to-date paper office, and i
ship friends remember the AOVOOATK
Thelma as soon aa the these favors among their il. of pineapples and they are look-
her acre
the ADVOCATE. A baritone born for sale nearly new
gets settled. woods. to finish their ; do not fall to send a* a share of your ,
the J. W. Bruner I II alao addIne
back Into -
then Last week Mis Martin shipped some lug splendid. lost $JA.UO; will sell for HI.W.: Can be work. We will please you.
4bo. ,too(} on the burning deck gala week. floe lemon tree to Melbourne for her to his already large and fine fruiting Seen at the store of ''J

lle be Willi afraid, The young people of Eden and vicinity lot In that thriving town. pineapple Held.Mr 'J. H. WALKICR Co.,
.
\ad Ould that of was swim why to be save.taled.his neck .pent. F.Hallowe'en Richard at The the pooks"home of MI'II.W. may Mrs. Creech and daughter: Florence daughter*. Bailey Mr Miss*. Holmes and charmIng .-, Tltusvllle\ Fla. Some Special Offers.The .J

and fn. C. L.
oat-
night Palm Beach
their ;
was of West Quarterly
read with have walked-lt came down Saturday for meet Are You Gulag North ?
Colby ) pleasure that our frlenJ, but the good people were too busy enjoyIng Stewart, son, C. I., and daughter: theMite. They returned on Mr. Rogero'slaunch Florida Fruit and Truck Grower, !
i* again at Eau Oallle. such tOne *. Gertrude Annie and Nellie were ng. -
Mown to notice devoted '
tnemseives be Journal,
i egof alsee u* Bro. Colby. Our thing we did notice, though, when ,, recent pleasant caller at Mr. and Mrs. R. to their home Monday.DoeHii't Get your ticket over the Clyde Line, new to the monthly Interest of the fruit and e.peatally veg- "
welcome ta alw*"' hange all those mystic Stewart's. from Jacksonville to New York.
o tb .. the cake containing B. etable grower of the State, I I. published
outside.liii that Miss Old CHA. II. WALTOST, Agent,
around Jtenpect Aff .
symbols was passed Tltusvlile n. at Ocalaj at II a year. Single copies lOo.

Gne Brother be have .,yeral acre of Jones gOt the ring.FREEKnowing._ A Kunavray Hlcycl It'. shameful when youth fall to limited time a six: months trial ,.

*>b. aDa at their farm on CaneAfJone to suffer Terminated with an ugly cot on the show preper respect for old age, but nbcrlpUon will be ten t to Dew loblcrlb-
b wishing go Into tbe what It was leg of J. B. Orner Franklin Grove, Iii just the contrary' In the case of Dr. Draylng.\ era for 33 cent- Or both the Fruit and
t4d will do well to come I win gtye FREE OF orEczemaSalt developed a stubborn nicer unyieldingto ilng' New Life Pill. They cut off Truck Grower and Semi-Weekly Times-
look over these land. a positive cure dlseaaea. I It doctors and remedies for four year. maladie no matter hove severe and Irrespective Dray Ing hauling of kill Inds prompt. Union for 11.2-X Or with the Tbrlce-a-
Rheum, EI'1.lpelaB. Piles and Skin 'I Bucklen' Arnica Salve enred. It of old ag a. Dyipepala, Jaundice ly" attended to. Meet all trains. BulI Week World of New York both one yea I
Iers Then I
Bone and Tar Instant relief. Don'tsafferlonger for bum, scalds, skin fever constipation all yield to this ." promptly attended to. for $1.35. '
good
-\olea.gh and the long-always. Refuse stops write J,.. W. Williams, I Manhattan ,: eruption i Ia Just a*and pile Ke at all druggist. perfect pill. 2Sc, at all drug store EJULICU lIoLTKX TltuarlU L. J. BRUMBY, Pub. Ocala Fl*.
byB. York
Sold
New
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6. 1903.

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Free andAccented WORTHY OF EMULATION. Florida} Last Coast

Masons -- 1 Ry
Good Plan For the Improvement ofUuttttKctlw

Town. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected
---' to Oct.
Several merchants In 10.
progressive an :. Nary+ I
Indian No 00 unattractive New Hampshire town o SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN.
-'. '- NORTHHOO_ Ojl)
have bit upon a plan to improve and .RUD

River /c Ig, TltuivllleFlorida. ,I beautify their community that will no I Dally No.9B. DI\II"No.29 STATIONS ho 98 ry,11

doubt bring good results. These merchants .. _. 1'' I.... ,.

Lodge have offered the following prizes JL4i$ .!::! "eOOII.e40.L..Jaok.on.1l1... .. ... : ,
Ytr.hiM l IM uiiietmicH the ee/1""" anti fourth Frl to the citizens of the town: cf i II 8 08 II" II 411. .. ... .. ... ..... o...... I\' ". '." 00nb I
dijrof eitcb munch, .a their room, Indian IllvmUwttl 4 soy :0ps1U66a.. ...... ... ...81.Augustine' ..... .. .. n {I :, G Zpl
:, Titus .ilia, .at 7 ilKI) a'oliwk p. ii.. A prize of $10 to the planter of the ; y< 8B p.1128r .. .. ...'...,,.......U..lltllfll....,.. ... .. ",,7' .S Dpi
J. 1.Carruther Wnmli Infill, Maxtor.T. best five trees; to the second best $0; < ; .712 "P all 495 ... .. .. .. ..E. Palatka. ... .. I?; ,mm; .',. : DIp
H. i riaudur*. lenlur harden.S. to the third beat $4. "p'35p'1I1 'f, Ar ... .. ... ... .. ...i..I..tk.. ... ... f., I ,. .!fps'
W. Carroll, .lunlor Warilflti.J. e s e 46Q. 11 ills Lv.. ... .. ..... .. .. PalsLka .. . A' : "
M. Dixon, Tramirer.F. A prize of $10 for the largest number .. ;raa p ... Ar ... .. .. ....."1101, ?I"I"'",,,,, ,, ,, J,; ; lOp!
A.: Moriran\ Hooretary.B. and the beat trees planted along any tie ... . '!.1.1 ltl'aLv.. .... .. ..... .. .8nn' Mlltfoo .. ... .... ... ,\, "I
..It.K. Walker Hrnwn. Chaplain.J. Han lor Imanuii.p. public roads of the town.A S..; mrp ii t3 p Lv. ... .......... ...Neoxa.... ... .. LI ," ); kIre ,.
W. Junior Dnaonn.If. 0 r 113 pUI 38J' .. ...... ..... ... ..BII"n..lI.. ..... :. : )11 i
M. Taylor Koliortn, Senior Htawanl. prize of $10 to the person who av .t20P.2344P .... ............. ...Dupont.., ..,, .;.. .. .. tip I
: 111 .t68pe1Np ... .. .Orlll..1. ...... .... .... : il
P. A. IjiKlMV, Junior Htuwaril.M. makes the longest and best sidewalk. : '
][ ;; .a a lips P. ....................D..ytnna ...... ... .... ""I. : lra021js136p
E EIIIIIHh!: Tyler. tPROGRESSIVE A prize of $10 to the person who !! .!! .. .... ...........PotOrange.. ...,... I I. I i". : pe
makes the greatest improvement in the :IO !! 0 eo 1' a 30' I' ........ ..........JS.'v Rmyrlla..... ....?. '. j : ttplt
'" r1018p.ae8p..0"k HII1. ...... ... .. .. ''f'. 'I p'
MACON\ grounds around his dwelling anywhere a 't; .1088 p It a 88 p ........ .. ... ...... TItIl..lIe... ...... .. .. ., 1S "
in town a s'1 88 e a 33 p. ....... .......... .0<1"0" .. ..... ... /. '.: 1.1".
... a i rh40pf a38p.. ..... ........ .Rneklodg, ...,.. .... ..' ; : ;
-- ---- I t:3IP: :
A reward of $10 for evidence which .1216a.OSp .. ..... ,.El\u Ulllll... . '
A MISSOURI TOWN RUN ON $1,660 will lead to the conviction of anyone 1 21 s1f 94s a 413 p ................. .6lelbourue. ....., ,.. 1- 'I .. !ple
a s 1011. x 83 P ....... ......';. .. ..//l'bILwtlan: .,....... . I'm aIaZ
I"
A YEAR. Injuring trees nnd footbridges In the II01.f8. .. ..... ...... .. .. St.Lu.ie.. ...... .... .. Ir. 1
town. a 11118..801 P. ........ ......... .Ft. Pierce ,.. .... ... .. Y '! "u 2s
.].,i f909aII13P...... .. .. ... .......TI!>h..l.. ......... .... .?. I 111.n l6 I ;' I 4I I
...... .. ...... ..... .. ... G I \ :
dome Ilvanlti vf :Muiili-lpnl Owner.hip :: f94ea.S17p .Kdsn. ..... .. .. Id121' '
Improving Their Town. Tri-Weekly Sailings 411..2Z". p. J..n..n....... .. .... j .1'.1'I.
'
at I'ubltoV..rU_l.mru. Frottl A woman's improvement society: that f I 611 a c t 31 p. ... ... ..... .... Mtllart. ........ .. . rl1 lllimJ = '', :
Mail on the Tuwn'a t-lvhl and .. .;.; 1 I 9145. f 887" .. ...... .. ..... ITols Sound .. .... .. I r rlO 'CI" 4.I:1
was organized In a Maine town about and NEW YORK. e ,I .84t1..M111p ...... ..... .... West Jupiter. ....,, '' ; '
Water Plitnt. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE .. ........ .._
two 'ear" has become one of the .4:1610.1'71': ? Palm Beach ........ ,
ago u z.a v .466aa. S 12 p ....... ... .. .. .Bnyn ton. ........ .. i, -
Macon, Mo., a town of O.OOO Inhabitants most active and aggressive organizations i: .6.I aCS21p. ..... ...... ..... Delray.... ... ..... ..... I
of Its kind In the country. Anything Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) &oj i e 6 1 a e a 071' ........... .Ft. 1..lIrl..r't..le.. ....... ..,. '010iS'\1'j= :
has proved tile ailvnntugtti of f 81\1. .930 I' .. .............. H.I1..ntl..'.... ... ... .... : i .
municipal owncmhlp of public works, and everything that Is for the the Coastwise ServiceThe .. .860..71' .. .... ..... .. "LemoIlCtt' .. .. .. :
the St. I.ouU roHt-Dlnpntch. It good of the town i la! token up by the The Finest Steamships in -!. .70010. 80prAr. .... .... ..... !ltl..ml. ... ... I" ,

lays members, and during the past year the SCHEDULES OF BRANCH LINES.
has $2OOXX( for public linproveinenta. Lines.
paid appearance of the community has 1m Clyde New England and Southern

Lant year the city made over proved 100 per cent. Tbe society ia Direct Service Between BA.NFORD BRANon. a' I ORA.NGII'OITY BRAN;;;

f-i,00 on Its light and water plants controlled board of members who Points. '
by a Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern o. .s'r'ATlo- 1ly2 N :1Ti N : "
ThP salaries of th) \loading munlclpnl appoint committees for the year con. Dwll lld m D..lIy 1 .. TL QrA'rl" ,Doi; i
officers\ of Mal'OJare only $100 a year slating of three members each. The (Calling at Charleston S. C., both way) L........ .. Tltll."III. .... .Ar512S6p I Is706a
8EMI-WKKKLV 8AILINHS f7''It .L"....... ....Jlm.......... A' 112 371' a 300p" 't... N. Smyrna '
.each, yet during the time thpy have duties of these committees cover a wIde Southbound.... ... .... ..... .... .. .. . ... ... ..... ..fromLewl. Wharf llonton Is tarl.v..i. ;; ... oeteen..Arfllsea: a UI'r''[. 1..11.. Ilelon' \t 1'"m.301p. 1Up)
,been uprylhn they hnvo ein-oiinterpil i rnngc of village matters. Including Northbound .. ... ... .. ... ... '" ....'[runt foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville .8M.l.v..Xnler"rlse.. ... .. .Ar.1I 00.. .. ,. O'.n". ""JI' ,\ iDOu,.
.e 30 a.Ar .. ... __ A.r! !:! .; .1.v s1O'ton' ..40 1' Oi ,r :
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and mastered problomn that would those of ordinances' taxation approprlatlons ---- ------ ---- .SS

expert promoters. Of course assessments sewerage, gutters Clyde St. Johns River Line. No.23 No. 2 No 19 I No. MAYPORT ''No 18 No 20
worry sidewalks I I D '11,7I L :
bridges, lamps and lighting, Sunday Sunday P.11. BRANOH 1'" Dou ,h,
have not built Mono faced "nl "
they any school, nuisances, trees, etc. The membership (Pellury Line.) only. es _

.bounce nor Invented. heavily In railroad fee Is 25 cents and the dues 1C BETWEEN JA'KSONVILU3 AND SANFOUD.ttn .S00pe10eeas630PseMIaLv.. ... ... J..klllnW. .... .. ....rl 1 t:pl..
but have the town ,( .309 P dO 18 a 9 5 a9" e M to a ...... ... J..k..n9'U........ ..... ; 11:
etock, they given cents. |>plii|(at Palatka, After, St. fraud. Ker nfor the very bent of their biiHlncHS ability ---_ Inm on thuHt.John'iitUver.KTEAMEK II (0 p flO 60 w r 9 15 p f II 114 a At.._.. ....U..I". lath.. .. t'l.... "" ; ..j 131 ICI".:
/ "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.: .aOOpel1011 a ... ..s .
"O"ltllllO..U.. vpar' ; ? n :11..;,
and have guilder It safely noose some YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING 'I __ :: ___ n
obstacles thut aorloiiHly jeopurdl/.etl Halaterenta. When you take drove's Tasteless Chill 19 .AI'l'OI TIIJ"I'O;; SAIL AS FOLLOWS: These Tlnte Tdblse show the time at which trsln II..., "bs .., .acted n I
----mth-i; : from tb.. .ov..r.1 .tatlon. but th..lr. rlv.1 ,
aUII.holl.II.II.1 ordepartureattheUealai..i-' ,
Tonic bocause the formula la plainly /WIII .1"wlI. SCHEIi'LFI. IkaO. "I. nor does the Jomp.n hold Itaelf reepunstble for .n" delay, or 5' ,'...1- ,uoo" .ro,

During their admlnlstrntlon nil the printed on every bottle showing that It Is L Dave a ao I'., n... .. .. .. .. .... ......J:u: knnnvlll. :-::-:-:-. :.. :::::. .... ._ \rrlve IIM a. .t 10m.. ___ _i' Ie
heavy improvements of the IturlliiKton ulrngly; Iron and Quinine[ In a tasteless Leave s 011I I'. nt ... ........ ... ..... .. .. ..I'.I"tk.. ...... ... ........ .... cave 8 00 p. III. -
made Involving twine $2XMM( fot-m. .No cure, No pay. uOcts.Uanjah Leave a ''MI a. u... ..... ... .... ... ..... .. k.t"r .".. ... .. ... ." l..save :l 30 ,p. m. KEY WEST AND
,were leave 4 ao a. III. ..... ... ... .......... .. .IoIt. ...ralle.......,. ... .. .. ........... Leave 100 p. ani HAVANAPENINSULAR
,worth of excuvntton through tlio heart leave .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ",.eel.r'l ("I.lIlId) .... .. ... .. 1.0 1.100: nom
of the town and the harassed otllcerahnd Smolrtnir. Arrive 8 30 .. m.... .. .... ... .... ..... .... Halllorli .Leave. 930 a. moj AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA
W Commencing S.pte..1.r SO, 19O3
the railroad company on one side In Jamaica ganjuh a variety of -- --- .- -.- -.
'and conyilalnlntf citizens on the other Indian hemp is smoked by all classes Gen'l Passenger and TIcket Office, 204 W. Bay Jacksonville. SOUTH BOUND. NORTH-- BOUND -

;to listen to and mollify. Most of the with' terrible results. It is stated that F. M.IRO-i\tOSIlIltJJR.: ;; Amt. Oen. fai. .H. Airt. 204 WnetRev Se..lacksonvllleFla.. LvMlamlSundaysandWedneedays.Ar Key Wait Sundays and Wedneidayi... ... I. .j I LT< K.11..,..\\"rst" Trt Thn I Ho1-'w..vflr uLT .\ I.
street paving ban been done under the it was this weed that was used by the W. U.COOl'KR, Jr., Local,. Frt.Aict. JiicknonvlllB O LIWKLL, 8ui.rrinfn.lent Jacksonville Lv K..y Wet Wedn..d.'..... ( 16..1 Ki>v \\"**, Mondays JIII! I I' y. '
root' Hogan! St.,Jacknmvtlle Kla. .. ... .
Havana Thursday a Ar \.IIwn.' Mondiiy and Kriiiay r
upervlalon of theno 111 paid olIlcerH.and leaders of the Indian to drive CLYDli!
mutiny A.C. HAOERnr. Onn'l I Kast'n }'8IIM. A !t. New' York MILNK": Gen. Frt. Ant., New York. -
tho waterworks newer system the sepoys Into tho passions of raging TIIKO. O. KUKlt. General :\fa.>AlCor. WM. p CL.YHIO CO., General AgenU.HulltliiiK. An addition to above 8t.am.hlp..tll be oporatect h>tween KAY W..at enl i ifs T,n, n loll:
and electric lighting plant have been mania which they exhibited during I.ho""h"'K'" 19 State Rt., Opposite Battery fark.. New York. .;s I/T. Key West Monday and Friday ... .T 30 | Havana I'.ft..y.. and AnruMitt. 12
O. WALTON1.. Agent, Tituxvillo, Fla. Ar. HavanaToeedayr.nd .6 00 PI/Lv| |/ Wen and. ,
looked after by them, because Macon that cot pnlA'n. Uanjah smoking affects Saturday Key. .. _, TnennayK aan tai
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la a munlclpnl ownership town. The the In
beginner a peculiar: WilY
For copy of Local Tlmr Card,.or other Information address am tarJ.
plant referred to have been improved While under its Influence his senses

'and extended and today are paying of time Bound and distance are obliterated. Atlantic Coast Line D. RAID ER, Asat. Gen. Pass.: Agout., ST. AUGUSTINE, FU

their way. A single minute may seem a R'y.

The combined water and electric' ays- month, n child's voice soul like the

tern Is worth about $75,000: ) and the rattle of a machine I gun fnd a little l.Di Ji ,. DCRO1T
Xc:1c
sewerage plant cost :.f.'to.ooo.) ) There are linger may seem! a tulle long. "Con The Jrout Through Car Line from Floilila. : ,7 NOV

/orty-one are lights on the Btn-ets. dune: use'." says the Spatula "causes .. ,-
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which of course, priMliK-e no city revenue cataleptic fits and eventually l idiocyor TO Till: HAST. ;- t. '=-.

-and 3.noll( )( wlxteen ciinfllrt power raving homicidal ruiidnesa." Over Its own tails to Savannah, CliarleKton, HIclimond and I Wnnliington, thence Ii -- : SBURS'1

IncandesevntH In stores and otlh-es. --- via the PI'nnllylvanlJallremd./ .
The city attorney N. M. Lacy gets a How to Aboll.h I tonne Pll.. : CMIC4CCQ\ /P
nalary of $tullil( year itnd a fee of $1..r fly placing shallow dishes or blackIng TO'1'II1: WKST.JTlie .
for every defendant ronvMed tbat box ills containing/ coal' nil on the LonlHvlllo & Nimlivlllo, Moiitgomn-y.: The Mobile .\ Ohio it. 1C.

pleads KUllty. window joints and casings you can ''( 'THi I3AST VIA STI A\18111"; T
W. W. Cox, the ,police judge. gets $20 trap all large house tiles. The disheswill L3U/S 0; RICHMOND
Via H.ivnnnah and Ocean Steamship Compuny for Now York, I'lilt.ulcMliU" Bee.
a month and Is on duty lit the police \ need to be emptied quite often, but tOil Via 1'lcllf"lkItl'nmer: to New YOlk, Washington ami Itnltlmnio. Via Ma. I

Court every legal working day In tho you will soon be rid of the Hies.Don't vannnh nod Meicliants' and !Miners"I'rnnspnrrtaton\ Company for n..lll- iL0J

L year lie gets no, fees or other perquisites mote and I'liilailelplila. tourslnr
front the city. Ho la happily
married and seems to be able to make TO KKY WEST ANI HAVANA.

both ends meet despite the city's ecoJiomlcal Vln Penlnsuhir Occidental Steamship Company. J
way of rewarding\ him -- -- --- ---- Ric dit'zq1j

Charles I,. T/arrer gets $tM( a year as Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points

.city clerk and $15 a niontu aa electric
light and water coninilnHloner.: ",,,[ In fix- JHILKA< K TIOKKTS.
{#
:Soft his salary the l'OUIICIlenlll) !Jd that Interchangeable mileage tickets goad over 13,000 miles of among the prlnol-
the latter title ought to bi> worth nome- pal ralliontU In the southern states! are on mile by the pilnrlpal apeuta.

j'' thing, and no C'lmrle takes part of his For reservations. and Information! apply\ to agents of the A. C. I.., or write

mi pay In glory. Il<> has IMMMI city clerk r1 yI FRANK C. ItOYLSTOtf, Commercial; Ale!t.: W. STAKK, Trii... I'USH. Agt a1 : COLVl4S1ft
since IHStj and can't recall the time MS: West B.uv'lt., Astor llntMing. JACKSONVIM.K:, FLA. o
wtien he opposition.. r II. :M. E 'I EUSO-"i. TralUo Manager \V. J. JUAIO, Oeo'l. PUBS. Agent. eI wtzW !

The most extravagant nalnry pnld to WILMINGTON. N. C. ;.c nLL

any: of the town's officers Roes' to James I ---. '- -- .- -- -- _-- ---- -' ------ -- jL11.For

Woods, chief of police.\ Mr. Wood U OE3.A.S. B I. VM t3z 00. a AL4C .fA'.4iU o1 i.'tJ1
a Democrat The town In Republican
but the party voted for Mr. Wood at ,17. SLOW. I.ySt.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. SMOOTH. RUN

the last election because It thought him

' the beat man. lie gets $40 a month and SOUTHERN J 1/C.1;
t p, /
lives well.\ Ills olllce excites a fiercer

vontest at election time than any other e I Ix Few.. 1 FULL k'Jri

the city has to give out Ho baa made 1 j i ToRAILWAY : ,/
it hot for the gamblers and toughs and c,..,

Las won the approval of the member -
wof both parties who supported him. EXPRESS EXPRE55 j WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and

tMuyor J. J. I uvls. and the councllnicn.who tA -, PREPAID PREPAID and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. V C

-living draw, of course$W a,year at other each,pursuits.make their A forget the old man r $2OIl $ ii CINCINNATI. CHICAGO. "THE LANO OF THE SKY"Tha ::

man has to have 41 pretty good hunk account with the fish on his back.. 20 NORTH and WEST... aMe "The Sapphire CountrY
.
he afford to hold
before can a For he F -
nearly thirty; years
job that pay practically nothing. I J ttv. i H__... D.sign Dialntf Car
,
has been around the = 6QtsH50
traveling -- r / j Pullman. ..
Macou has U.OUO population and free / I c. .s..I<<:e .
,) world and is still On All Tre>lm.. Tbe B.."
mall delivery. When the debt contracted traveling

for Improvements la extluXUlshed bringing health and comfort IDoz.I .sOUTIIERN RAILWAY M. 1'. GARY DiafI .....".' .t"
it will begin to reward Its. ] I OS W Bay Sir... JACJ wherever he
C
faithful servants. The gross receipts goes. I / DtirvtRco A.To.. p.. T M.. W.ahln.ton, DC. 8. H. H...owic.. O. f- A.. WalhlneVu ''''
from the electric light and water plant To the consumptive he I2
for the year ending March 1. 190.1 went brings the strength and flesh ...
$: 'I.1aa.T', operating expenses for thenme J2QPAuent
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he much needs. s
*
' period ft: > 13.75, leaving! a profit so

of $4.310.00 to apply on bond debt.A To all weak and sickly
for the PaUst llrewluc Co. SE. :S: .A.FVAIR
children he gives rich and -- .

farmer'. Hnaa; :......... food.
A suggestion", | wus recently made by u strengthening It LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

farmer In 111 I noi.* that n law be paused To thin and pale personshe 11r

exumptlug thrashing outntw from taxatliMi gives new firm flesh and

provided steam r"II.1I1'1' used" rich red blood. Tie -
with them. A de%loo of Is averttablodraronottll 'alth IkWAMIIINGTON
ia connection Children who first the more physicalwreeksthan SAVANNAH COLUMBIA C.1MDEY30UTIIERY PEE:!'o
saw probably /
till .tart be claimed, had been designedtLlch ease }eeeullartoAmericana. any othctonedic ,

had" proved very .tifce"aful In old man with the fish are now of the WHY lualady? S1mPlybs'sn.enpen the the lint lodlcat1on BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA V* w k
Lem to
i'' kvclliDf tlio road, and as the time of grown up and have children QulDnn fr t14 1t' Dnnt.reu.i. is .7 el.eourged with
nnichlue ia .
Fear when the tlinishlng .. It isn't se all
neceaaary other.
abroad tit Identical with the wesson that of their own. a We pesltlvvi$ guarantee Two Elegant Trains Dally ."

tin farmers devote a |iortlon of their lie stands for Scott's Emulsion HERBINE Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail'fJ

time to grading I the roiidt a steamroller ( of pure cod liver oil-a Y bnsmrrwlrn.rA.n.nr ccmLS any ,
would effectually. pock the earth. p roiy h.rh.1, llul t'a.Ina..e Qnlnjn .
MODERN :
PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
,
fk'li htful food and a naturaltonic rndcaloml-.non of th.lr lMdly rati.t at
Con '
?uall .
Ilvvr.
fur children for old folks SOoperbottla Yldu.y.All a Drueal.y'.o'h uouhl., ONLY LI N E Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jack onvi"' -
n The council of Hammontnn. N. J., art'! for all who need flesh and _
For full "
Information and sleeper reservations call on
hUll passed an ordinance allowing a rebate strength.SCOTT: ; .
of $1 in taxes for each wheel on a Seaboard, or write ...
wagon having a tire tour inches or Of--H: 1.;> Pw ft..BQWNB.rl Strove.' Chemists New York. A. O. MAcDONELL, A.at. Oen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOVl .-''
U. 1C. WI
more la n Idth. uOo. anu $1.\.>01 alldruiiulsts.' SOY & SON
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER .rt, 1903 7


TITUSVILLE. '
A GOOD GARDEN FLOWER.
\

ztAt'r: :: er"V'EJe:: : :120TEL: : ::: The Qalllardl llandaom, HamlrAnuoMl. ,

OX-THK-iyDIAN-RlVER. Klnc Ff.r ('.tlnar.

Though/ the palllurdla Ik one of the

TITUSV1LLE ebowleut!! of flowers and sure to attract

FLORIDA. the attention and train tlu.*adralrntlon

of all who see: it for the first timeit la
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I seldom found iu Rardous, undoubtedly)

J. J. BAST, Proprietor. because It lit no little known. It Is a

native of.our southern states nnd com-

monly oiillod I the blanket flower. Since
A NEW INVENTION.
M 1 tlr tt{= DUCK SHOOTING the florist have taken It in hand )it bus

f f ". r and FISHING. boeu greatly improved and there ure

now numerous named varieties. The
f S-Sbv- Rates: *J 50 per day. Uowera are large often measuring

$10 and .12))per week. three and a half inches in diameter Recently Patented all Over the World.

and gracefully, poised on long stems. ,
which waken thorn very flue for cut.

JACKSONVILi.E.INDSOItlIIOTEL ting. The colors are jjorgHf.<, crimson The Walton

scarlet orange and yellow blending .

. to make a brilliant show
The galllardla Is a Mixing! grower

JACKSONVILLE'S! FINEST AND FLORIDA'S and coimtuut. bloomer beginning, to Self-Locking Tackle Block
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND HOTEL. flower In June and continuing until'severe ,, ,

frosts. The 1st of November beet

year same blossoms !still! lingered. Itwill Made In various shape' and size, of r

grow in almost any soil and position 1- WOOD, IROX and ItROXZE.: Will

but respond freely to liberal fertilizing I work equally well with rope, chain of 1
and wlro rope.
better than most plants. There
Will work at height upside down,
any
are both double and dingle,: varieties.Tho .
former are showy and interesting horizontally or at any angle: and will

but the latter are generally the mOAt stop and look a any point. ,

admired. Invaluable for every kind of business ,

q : r11QI For massing; or planting in group !in where block In needed, frequently\ HIIV- I f' t 1

+j,,M4 a k the hardy border Hut galllnrdln I Is un- hag the labor! of one man or mcne. I

surpassed for decorative effect It ono Nothing like It for hanging or stretching u
does not wish to wait for seed to
: wlu-H. 1
grow plants can be obtained of deal
a nil communications to the
t r ers. If protected In the winter with

years.If light .litter clumps will lust for several Walton Self-Locking Block Co ,


you have never cultivated the (inoorporatod') I I I IIIIi I I

Kn ilia nl lu, be sure to try It the coming Oflloo and WIVIIMOOIII, >101Atlantle.1vo. II' ,,1 Ih tit I y i

Ken son. It Is truly worthy\ of high Near ROWU'HVliaif, Elevated: Htntion.NORTON" .
prulsc and sure to please:! you.-Vlck's. II' 4
GI A CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. I MASS. I I I'
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MUSKMELON VARIETIES.Northern 4 II I :f I I Sample lilock can be soon at the An- ( II '

Iii l (I _I VOOATiCAddress: ulllco. Tltiivllleand; I1ttbo atoio

AL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. and Southern Kind. That ____{________________________________________________ of H. li. llubli.ird .t Co., Jacksonville
Are Writ Liked.1Chlle Call and see thorn blocks Hoiking. ,d
the introduction of the now famaun .

Rocky Ford melon put the In- The following/ out of hundreds, are a(8umple( of the testimonials received by the Walton Self-Looking DlockCo.| : i ''i i

dustry of cantaloupe growing on a 04 HlHukxtoiie Htrant. Himlon! Jan, M, IIH I. I
I Opposite postoffire. Centrally Ioc tetl. commercial basis In Georgia this region WALTON 5KI.e.LIII'KtNn. HUH'K ('n., 11 4ffi
'rhoroughly'repahed and l re- ItKMLKMK.x- ruquHHtfil. im to give an honest r."rt..11 the prnrtliml. working or your elf .lurking tackle, lilookn. wtilnli wuiotititlnnil from
like nearlj every other, has. also you. \Vonlil say v..i have unuil ilillVnmc k hula ot lilcii'kH In ml' lucti ry on our elevated irac'k, Imlilliiir and' lonarlnir from" one llnnr' to niiothitr, 8to. ; ;
a number of fll'o'lte'Ilrl'th'a for local We have iclum the. Walton Self I.i<'kliiic blocks iiirrtl.v' |rei 1..1."lid tlnil. them the mUlt reliable l ,nod,.limit hliH-kn iif tliln klml. w. have ever nand. ,
I novatad. Newly furnUhed throughout. Liberally conducted . It In a grout Invention, end we am glad: to give jrim thin i."tea, nml more than 1lel".1| l l to know that at last wii have fimnil what wo have,for year ,
: market. Foremost among these ns 11DESIIIABLE lnHinllmiiltiiu1! for. You can use this uotlvtt, in any wuy you 1'11'11" I; III
\niimvnrytrnly. J. IH'Nt'AV: &' .CO. ;
I Rates tl.W: per day and up. 't
WALTON 8KI.I'-'K"rnIlI.lH'K Co "
<.KIo'1 .KMK.N:Abinii two wrckK ago I '. "1"I! fn ni )on 11\1 sir of A In. M-lf-lrckliiff) .tackle. lho'k.. with f 1,0 frttol rill| l', and you .eked. IIIIt at I
B. VV. SI'KIWY, Proprietor. the tlino to report. to the ooinpimv If I found' tlinn sal Ufattory.. .f. I
r I am glad IOKUV I mil "'ry iiinrli iilfiiHnil with II I 'n, and tttiil the loll"k. ,|nrt rlulir. all tlm.tune MII'IIII I every pines>l 'I key urn ,trtainlySwhat ev ,/
I er.v man nuuiln, who (hits dny nun fut bloke, 811 then sits 1 time anil l Inn or. "Hurt' e". In toura,
r Your. truly llnllilen'F.. P. nnWKtf. 9I I
hauler, In Oraln and \ i, Newport, 1'1.1' It. 1 '

West and ----------- ---- -- -- ------ ;IIi
Cedar
SIMORELAND HOTEL Bay Streets.JACKSONVILLE W AI.TIIN 14KI.I'.f.\I'II"'O" HI.OCIC e ro.UlWtllllMaillliHKi ; '
FLA. KN TLKIHKNV 1 pint .il,.r vii rpt of nix inch frlf"lutkliiir. tackle Clarks.. with 1'0.18 lam Mr, Kuby., 'Int. anililie, given them a fair teat, and ot
well ,planned with the working or tlie liUwk In many ...... box"_ end Iwrrvla o'nll.11). .handled. without a Hn'iiiiiit man, They cnnaegnanayrave t a'J
im IlIn"o)'. They are tiipeilor. to 5113 thlnii, we hale ever need fir Been for fcaiullinic heavy! welt lute o"r".y. .11'. \
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and tf KOWKW WIIAKK" 1'1l11VIsIUNCnall'ANY: "f it I
open. I
Per W, 'I, KNiniir. Trnanuror, lloaton. "

led this season. Fine cooking and !Rood table. Hot and Cold Water 4 S 6 Ii .,:,


Baths Elevator, etc. Five minutes from allY wharf or depot. All 1- --I F<>:H. S.A.LE. t I JI


street oars pass the door. Ratea, $2.00 to 2.0:; per day. VARIETIES OF MDBKMELON8. I Good R.oa.d, Notes [1

(1. Augusta Market 2. Anna Aruiulcl;; 3.
Hotel with Seven and
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. Now South, 4, Ut'monlco; G, Chicago Cottage: : ici&n1ttt
Market; 6, Long lylund lleauty] As it result. of state aid' New Jersey
him. now TUT mill' of Improved. roud, Acres of 1
lustrated by the state experiment stu-
built of tf.l.KOO.ixio, Connect
nt a coat : : "
JINsI N. ;Ion. are the following which include
cut hits. :.M5: fuller I built or under way, -...
some of the best noitliern varieties: /nT-.r.-
at .a cost of $t.IHlI.OOII..IIt'lIU..b( ): : .

FRESCO;:! IIOTE L JEVSEX.: FLA. Augusta Market.-Fruit roundish has 4S3 uillox nt n crust of $...",O\l.O(1.) ( v i.,) ? II
J oval evenly netted and slightly ribbed!
Center of Hue.tpple Belt. ; and Jsiwoik has '!.*.'{ miles built or Il ) '
flesh tinged! with yellow next to
green building! nt u rimof $:.tlao.fJl"; ( Land.'I
Lam' UNDER NEW l\IA AOE'IENT. "Bute cavity; quality best ;
w..ft'hm' A Ti-rnt IIIIIHT l.tid that In (irnctlevrrv A,
i the prettiest location on Indian Ulver. Large, beautiful grounds Near Annerulillel..I< in size Mllly i .'.'Of' hi! that state whereengineers
the ICOlin Fine Klshiutc and Hunting. Terms' reasonable. Letters and oblong, shallow ribbed netted; flesh 1111'U' uip'o.v'd: to takecharge
Telegrams will receive attention. ; quality good.
| reserving roomn prompt green ': JOHN :S.: PAHK, Owner and l Piopiletor.WKST New South.-Fruit largo, shallow more c'IT".lI't.> nork! ban been done, nil
ribbed( netted; flesh green; quality
I
-- --- haphazard features have been rrmored 'I
-- ---- good.

PALM UI:ACII. Chicago Market<' medium to amt off some iiiiiiwi-nHary expenses lopped ?&*' \

large d'p.lhht'(1.( coarsely netted; *
\ I
Harrington, R. I., hits. constructed ;
flesh yellow; quality good; particularly

PARK COTTAGE WKST PALM REACH, FLA.Now desirable ror.JIM'lIlllIlIrk..t. brick IIpllI'lyIII foundation Its main and roods u.top with dressing a broken ot \\T&L; *> M.4>! V e ** f *+ **+ s ::1

lJehuouh'o.-Jo"'lIlt large shallow ribbed gravel with\ excellent reaiiltM It IH re *%il.j; + K"A" >.* M * 'ylt \ .
; tleHu. sulirffm color; quality very 4
open. Under new management. good. ported. The brick was acqnln-d nt a t '
moderate cost from the refuse heap I '
Long Island 1Plluty.-1.'rult roundish !
Overlook Lake Worth. that bad been areiimulatlnK for many J
Irregular deeply ribbed coarsely net
ancient' Rates, f:J to $.'.:iO;/ per day. year at the brlrkyuulx.
ted; flesh yellow; quality very good.
While state aid III a Rood thing. it In.
Special! Weekly Rates. The last named on the order, of the "
not always best to wait for it indefinitely. tl
popular IlackeiiMiiflc melon and 1* one )
MRS. IDB.. BRUNEIl, PiopiictrcBs. So thought! time citizen" of :
of the earliest finest In quality and
Ska ma n In roiiyty. WiiHh. and they now f :
most beautiful of musk niioiiis.I Located) at HAKMO, three quatem ot a mile annum of EAU t Ald.iF:, FLORIDA a
have a considerable stretch of good
NEW YORK I i road an a result oC adopting n cooperative rill the, K.i 11 ialllo River, lean. than half a mile from the Indian River, and two Ii 'I 1

Manurlnw 110.. .. njBtem.-loud Roads Mugazluo. and n half mile from, the Ocean, The property' U. two hundred miles nouth ofJockHonvlIln

Plants growing In well prepared -- with tlif Railroad) Station adlolnlnif
on the Florid Kant Count Railway, -
quarters do not require| the roots dlsturJQed DO YOU wAN'ri ot, L'STLI.VG REAL '
>tel the propiirty, Ilnlldlng IIroct"t| In I.V'il' and some of them have never M '
Marlborough nnuually by digging In large estate agents. endeavnrlnif todUpone or
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been occupied. the original: owner having died a few inontlianftrr. their completion.The / 111
them but have Male
quantities of manure among any property you may for or .
judiciously< applied top dressing ore of exchange V If ao, Mend full particular* hotel, wits ripened for about two tnontlia prior to the owner' death, and I
Broadway :wth and :J7th Street NEW YORK hams not been u.ell.lne.11 the building wale rrected In (the moat substantial ,
I 101, the utmost advantage. Hone manure I III of what you have, to I.. K. Ltonj.kmln) I
01_ :-00 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights.; Con.luponl'l little of the surface Hanoverton O. manner and are now la excellent condition. The lot"I and iiottiiKt are completely -
taking a
leetet i American and and U managed under the personal applied by furnished and very little of the furniture him ever been u ed. There are two
,,,,' ,,f the owner.European plans, soil from around the item and llovr to Serve :M..*.r.'... artesian well, twenty cisterns connected, with oewor etc. v

E. S. CROWE LL, Manager. shaking a handful or two over the Never throw away the shell of nn The property coat the original owner .1 1,00"l and! will be sold at a sacrifice. ......
roots und then returning the noli. Very edam or pineapple cheque, a* it la useful The above cut fairly repre en'a' the property. *

flue rose growths and blooms may be for serving a cheese. or macaroni For particular apply to or addron.*,

produced In this way. Many persons preparation. Cook: the ainciiroiil an desired EZRA l K. HATCH I). L. CJAULDKX: WM. A. WARNOCK, -' i
t tel Broadway and 41st Street, their roses will degenerate If the j
think
the cheese shell heated In .
Yendome have a Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, :
whole of the surface near them Is not
NEW YORK CITY. and much nat. moderate oven pour la the food vprlukle Eau (iullle Florida. Tit 11 1IV11I1I, .'11\. Jamaica, N. Y ;
dug
deeply forked or with grated cheese and send to the

PIRE"i{. ,IF ..{00 rooms, single and en suite with private baths and toile ural manure added every spring but table on a doily covered plate. Of '

moms r:' ROPEAN PLAN. Good rooms $1.50; large rooms $2': and withPdvatl nothing is gained by disturbing the course If the top of the macaroni boa to IF YOU WANT A..

nun $_,i50 per day and upward The management I IR under the per roots very much. lx browned the hell must le net in the .
IOnaJ __ __ .______ __ u _____ '
I.e 'dslon of the owner. FRANK GRUEN, Manager oven for fifteen mlrnitm. Then It will

- Front :5o c.. bo ((tolled after threw or four baking
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The Gallo Is claimed to be a "preco- Wash and dry thoroughly after each .Building Lot

_ ')n' supply House of The Illinois Jo'l herm-en's A* oclatlon. ._.Iou.n ." aDDle, coming Into bearing very Urns It bat-been---un d.---- .. !
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early.

Tlw and Twine Co. Cultivation 1 I" said to be the remedyfor 100 Reward *1041. or a ,lot ."b. BUILDING READY FOIL OCCUPANCY, i
Chicago Net the grape root worm In vineyard The reader of this. paper will be "
The Cornell authorities say many Infected 1 i pleased to learn that there li at leant one LAND FOK AX ORANGE: GROVE, '
Manufacturers ofE15HiNG dreaded diaeaae that science haa been '
y i GARDEN(
and PLANTATIONorTRUCK
vineyard need to be fed TINKAPI'LK: 't
.., Able to cure In all Its stages, and that U
H they suggest a "balanced ration" for catarrh. Hall'a Catarrh Cure I la the only We probably have for aale Jut what you are aeeklng.

that purpose. poult I ve cure known to the medical 1
Settler In but tlll there I II room. If are
::: are locking you
I Every kind of fruit and In fact fraternity. Catarrh beingacon.titutioo-

8M nearly every variety of the same kind al diaeaaa, requires| poni.tltutlon l treat looking this way drop a line to- J
needs a different method of pruning. ment. liall'a Catarrh ,Cure I ii* taken internally -
3rd e-Prf'.Ic1eDt.
'J. JAS. E. INGRAHAM .
Graft on favorable day*. Cherries acting directly npon the blood ,
lad surfaces of the .,.
.tem.
rancor
;; and plum should be grafted early. thereby destroying the foundation Of FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y. .

I Plant mu..kmeion seed on soda In the the disease, and giving the patient ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

I = hotbed. strength by building up the constitution .
Decrlptlon.oo n Give good cultivation between the and assisting nature In doing its work. -- - -- -
NETS of Every

Ormgn in Seine and Twine Netting, Maitre Cord Rope, Etc.: I ]/> row mulch of from strawberries the plants' then placing remove it la the the lu The curative proprietors power haveao, that they much offer faith One In Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all tte"
Fi
::ay''. 'atorsof Wholesale Price direct to the l"rmn'T.? ,. Hundred Dollar for any case that It
t ndlaoa St. Chicago J fowl. fall to cure. Mend for Hit of testimonial -

,..Mention The ADVOCATE: In your letter... "Young plant of blackberries should Address ... J. Cheney A Co.. ToLedo News of the East Coast week.
if,. ociatlon. Je dug before the bud start. O. solo by dmgglata, 73c HaU' every
are Members of the Illinois Flshermen A Family 1'ilU are the beat.



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6, 1903.
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To Hotel Proprietors, A DESPERATE ENCOUNTERWITH HALLOWE'EN-INTITUSV'U-E Bobbins & Graham GoIuoorpor I WINSTON S. BRANNINC. FREDERICK A. MOP: '


To Commission Merchants BEARS. Saturday evening, was All Hallowe'en,

and a few pleasant little social patties. ( ted.) BRANNING &
MORGAN
and others....
To Storekeepers, The I'ltUburR Dispatch) to 'hand at t In honor of the event were given In Ti PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00. ,
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the ADVOCATE office gives a long no-
If you want to get good results tusville and neighborhood Ilallowe'enIs
count of a thrilling experience with essentially! a festival of ""mellIfOMtI- Tuts company owns

advertise In the bears In which Mr I'alneaod guides; val that children love-a time of healthy
2rAl Tin :c s. Fir Insura
had a narrow escape. Two of the principal Innocent fun when all manner of pranksare e Agen

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. hunters are well known on Indian Indulged Hallowe'en lathe name the Indian Rivet Country; On the StLncl'e ,
River and own valuable property at popularly given; to virgil of All Hallows, Y ,
Rockledge. It In' generally conceded or the festival of All Saints and was Introduced Kim; at New River and on BajBUoayno. Titusville Fla.

TITUSVILLK:, |ndiun River, FLORIDA. that the feat of killing two grizzly: boars Into the United States by England Prices to suit the times. ,
In a hand-tO-hand battle Is one which the Colonial days. Several
circulates extensively during
The ADVOCATE ,
/generally marks an epoch In the huntinghistory boy. played pranks with signs, bicycles Sent for Land List: S
throughout the oiange, lemon, pine of the Northwest this was a
; yet '
etc., In Titusvlllo but nothing of a very Offices at Tltiuvllle and Miami Fla.
apple and fish sections of Floi Ida-going feat In which George E. Sebrlng, President serious nature was attempted. Representing: IfePn'"eu! ,I.1., _

to every postofllco\ between Jacksonville of the Sebrlng: ((0,) Land Company Among the ploasapt parties In Titus- Tbe Liverpool London & Globe The l'eDlll
the Oliver China Company was .vlv"OI., I ,',',, ,,,
and of ? .
and Key 'V..st.1I.II well OH Into every Htate ville was the Hallowe'en Party given by East Coast Meat Market t Ina 1.I"
fortunate enough to participate on a tripto
the Misses Aline and Daisy Brady. The Insurance Co. TheGeoraitIr.raw.I I, ,
It l III k-tiown the "Pink
the Union. as
in the wilds of Northern Montana, ac fun commenced about eight o'clock and mare(' (

Taper of Florida." companied by Asa Paine a great hunter continued until nearly midnight. Duringthe G. F, DUREN, Agent. The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. The Rochester-ferli1tr, ,

The East Count of Florida ha-. some of ot Minneapolis; two guides and a cork evening the supper table was laid S!:: nlr| I

the finest hotels. In the United States The battle took place in the latter part out with plenty of good; things to whichall yw Tbe Ktna Insurance Co. Norwich Union KinI I In,,. :snl.t(

( of August., did ample justice. Everything( passed w The Continental Fire Insurance Co.- Northern
and hotel In oveUlowIng lumberman of Assured- ,
Dearly every Mr. Paine Is a wealthy oil very pleasantly, and all present ur Ao :: :+ f'II", "I Fo|)

with tourists during the winter. NOW Minneapolis, who spends his summers voted the party a very enjoyable one p'> Tbe Home Insurance Co., of N. Y.

IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE hunting in the Rockies and his winters throughout. The Misses Brady are s:>> Home Life Insurance i ()f y
dive the ADVOCATK: yoi r ad. and youwill flshlng In Florida. It was la the latter i young ladies of gracious charming manners = The PhenIx Fire Insurance Co. Oermania Life ?
\ not regret It. Our office la a kindof State:! that he and Mr. Hebrlng: became and are excellent entertainers; and ,::a. Insm'111. ,. r?

Bureau of Information. For rates acquainted their cottages being on adjacent the ,parties given by them art always == The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. Union Casualty ""rl.t'n

eto., address, pieces of land at Rockledge on much enjoyed.An .
the Indian River. Here also during the tee .
Advertising Manager TMK: ADVOCATB ADVOCATE: representative noted _. U2

')'1 tu vll1l1. Fla. Northwest past winter which the hunting came near trip ending to the In that the following were present : Judge b. o In the above Hut of Fire Insurance After the
and Mrs. A. D. Penney, Mr. and Mr. E. s=t. FireThe
In the death of Mr. Paine his guide and C'
l.. Brady, Mrs. W. N. Hendry, Mr. and = Companies we have agency/ for ALL
cook was arranged. Mrs I./C. Braoniog, Mrs. E. E. Rollins TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i2f / : Sebring left for Minneapolis on Au- Miss Lillian Oelger, Miss Aleph Mlms, the strongest in the world. Time-
who had already
gust It) and joined Paine Miss Josephine Brady, Messrs. F. M.
DIRECTORY.
GENERAL
provided full camping outfits. tried and fire-tested insurance. Overa
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, Wooten, Chas II. Walton, G. L Manda- L
After atwo days' trip across North Dakota '
and .J
41 West Day Street, the real hunting trip began at Bel- Casper vllle A.Mlms.M. Rogers, Phillip Wright V.8. SENATORS. million dollars paid for losses from -

JACKHONV1LLE, FLORIDA. ton, Montana. The pack train of 10 packhorses J.P..rallar rr<>,..... ..... .... .. .Jacksonville.
stock in this section of country and two cayuses each for Paine 8. R. Mallory! ... .... .. ..... .. ...... ...peuaacolaU. /- Jacksonville fire"by our Companies"in
Largest
and Sebring had already been secured by HOME AGAIN.Mr. 8. CONURKS8MKN. /

Established In 18C8.; the two guides, Joseph Itogers and Sevens Robert W. Davis........ ......... .... .Palatk twenty days time. ,

Bend for descriptive catalogue./ Canto and the co"k. Kay! Clayton. ChArles II. Walton, editor and pro- R. M.Rpnrkman. B. Ijamar.':::::::::::: .::::, ::: 'Montlcef.o;:Tampa.Wm. ., We appreciate past favors and re-
Four days they journeyed by pack to
prietor of the EAST COAST AI)VOCATK:, U. 9. 'LANlJ OKFK'K.:

BUSCH Bowman Lake, 40 miles above Helton, in of Titusville, arrived on the steamship H. 8. riiuhh. .. .. .... ....... .... ....RejCl: ter. spectfully ask for a continuance of
t.THE ANHEUSER ,. the heart of the main divide of the Apache yesterday morning after a three W. Mountains. Office at(lalnesvllle, Florida. business.
Rocky .your <
months to New York Boston
pleasure trip ,
.
The third night out they spent at the FLORIDA LKOISLATURK.
and the White Mountains N. II
Brewing Asso's.r..IROIII cabin of Fred Her)'Ick, who was President attenlledlIeveral E. N. Dlnilck Palm Himrh. ... ... Senator Do not send away for Insurance, In
Roosevelt's orderly at the Battle of While in Boston Mr. Walton W. H.Jones, Titusvlllu,..... .. .Repreaeutfttive..
Juan. Bowman Lake the place for of the banquets given by the EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. some small company you know noth-
Han
safe and ,
St. Louis Ken and Hot the was reached the Ancient Artillery Company of Boston to Wm. Jennings' ... ...... .. .. .. ....Ooveinor.H. the l'IInlplI' ''l1AY
tied lleer.Bolil permanent camp the Ancient Artillery Company of Lon Clay Crawford .,. 'Secretary. of State lag about. tnct ; but If there I is nu 11, '
next day. It Is a mile wide and eight/ don. He Is returning home well supplied W V. Know, .. .:: : .:. : ., .... Treasurer.James 'sor
I WI IPJ !Messrs. 1'. A. Loslej and miles long/ and one of the moat beautiful Whlrneld. Attornpjr-tteneral. contents of the safe "i.n.. I I mll',h Ipart
In the with souvenirs given In connection with VT. N. Hlieats, ..Rupt. Public Instruction. No other agent can write you In of
It. I.. Miitlow TltusvllsFla.) country.As these events. lie and his brother, Capt.J. II. E. McLIn ... Commissioner itrlunlture. your asKisiK),, :the/ .aloltsuftime

Mr K. I. !Motlow, Cuoiia. Fla the party entered Grizzly canyonIt O. Walton a former resident of Jacksonville Along' Hy beoAme separated, lingers and Sebrlng J.Cllironl' R. Faster,. :: ::: :::ArtJiltant-Yienural.: Insure pith ., -, ,
and Titusville represented FlorIda John .... .... .. u pi '''; 1111 J
taking to one side ","Il'alne, with Canto Bradford Bnrvejorenenil.
JOSEPH ZAPF at the banquets and receptions. R. E. Rose .... .... ... ... ..... State Chemist.Ofllnes surronndingcountry. and. In case of a tin" ill., .. e,,
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and Clayton the other. It was but a
Times-Union, Jacksonville, Oct. :it th. at Tallahassee, Florida money to put you nn v "in 'net, agvl
short time Inter that the terrible battle
SUPREME COURT JUDGES Remember this and we are sure/

Sole Agent. with the bears occurred.' Editor Charles II. Walton, proprietorof l'oI.JJ.M.hry.. .. .. .... .. ...Chief Justice. Branning Morg
Paine was walking about 1,500 feet In the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Tltnsvilln,, F. B. 'arter ,. .. .. .. .Associate JusticeM.K.Taylor there will bo no policies Issued only
tt advance: of the mountaineers when he has been on a pleasure trip to the White I ... .... .... ... .... Fire and life! lusui.tn' I''ea''FITU.
+ ((110 to 020: West Bay Street, caught sight of three grizzles about 730 Mountains Boston, New York and other RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. by the above firm. Patronize: home. .-;VIL1E. r I .\

feet away on another trail. Without places. Mr. Walton arrived In thin cityon Jefferson lirownw, chairman.... ..,Key West
J JACKSONVILLE, FLA. lIe K. tliKlnon Hiirr. .... .. .. ........f.lttleRlrer. ----- -
of the -
thinking consequences beganto the Clyde Line steamship-Apache today .J. M(. Bryan. ...... .. .... ....KlxHlmtuea. -- ---
pump lead at the three, which turned He represented the East Coast of K. (J. Dunn clerk .. ..... ..... .:...MacllHnn. J. WALKER.. H. I). !MACE
out to be a mother and two /grown cubs. Florida at the receptions and banquets }luaU F. A. LOSLEY Paine's first shot struck the old grizzly given to the Honourable Artillery Company CIRCUIT COURT. -

In the foot. She whirled with a growl of London, by the Ancient Artillery Minor 8. Jones,Tltnsvllla.... ". ,.Circuit Judgfe./ J R WALKER & CO

THE BREWERY SALOON. which revel'Unrated through the valley Company of Boston, at the latter place, J. I)HprlnjcTerm. Heggf, Orlando.-Fourth...PrniwmiUnir Monday In ;March.Attorney, .

and attacked the two behind her, think- and Is taking home quite a lot of souvenirs Fall term-Fourth Monday in October. -DEALERS IS-

610V.. Bay Ht., Jacksonville, Pla. ing the Injury came from them. For a presented to him on the above occas IIREVARD CO1. A'1Y COURT.

minute there was fierce battle among ion. Capt. J. O. Walton, a resident of A, IJ. Penney... .. .... .. .... ...County Jtidga.l Goods
Imported and Domi-sllo the throw, when one happened to see Jacksonville before the big tire was also Osnlden: ,Prosecuting Attorney, Dry C ?fJ
Paine who was still pumping the lend at among the favored ones at the receptions. A. A. Htewart:::::::: :: County Clerk.Sprliin i ( P
Term-Second In !
Wines Liquors Cigars them. The right at once ceased and the -Jacksonville Metiopolls, Oct. 28th Smuttier Term-Hwmiil Monday;Momlav In lIIIY.A punt.! Furniture .
monster made a break straight across Fall Term-Beooml. Mnmlay In November.,, ,
the iiintaln for the Mlnnexotan. On Winter Term--Beoon l Monday In February. )
The Woild Honowuud AliliciMi-r. ItiiNcU dime the grizzlies and no shot of Palnn's DEATH FORSTER. COUNTY; SCHOOL BOARD.
suomed to them although R. K.: Mlins Superintendent .Hnnaventiire.Mem Shoes etc. ti '
stop nearly ,
brewing Association's Kamous hen: .. M Ulxnnrhalrmm. .Titunville;
every bullet went! home.'i The many Indian River friends of Mrs R. N. Andrews Cocoa; J K mlti.Hpruoubluir.:
lure on .lrallK 111... .." tick to it, Paine. 1tr e fight or die Frauk Forsier of Qichld I I will regret to COUNTY COMMISSION! KKS.

r Dust: Const ft'lends be MIIIO to cull ou me for the wholn bunch" yelled! Clayton as learn of her death, which took, place at .1. n. Walker. elmlrnmn' Tltiisvllle; John R. -AGENTS FOU- 0 Ial
he threw m-lde his heavy pack and began the Railroad Ihmpltal\ St. Augustine, at eHntIndinnnlaH.. A. Conkling'rllhuauJohn. i I (
when In :JarksonUllu.xt. ; to send the lead luto the bears from 10 o'clock on Monday morning/ As far C Jones. (1Ilay.I. F. Bell White ('It)'. Regular CONTINENTALTAILORING ,4
sessions are held Itmt Monday in each monta.HREVARU .
.. he slds. I ;
Mrs. Foister had not
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:: :r... Mc X W. Cast dropped his puck, whipped out been well since she gave birth to a girl A. 1>. 1'emiey Tltimvllle COUNTY p; ...OFFICERS. .. County Judge.I .. k
"its knife and It CO
ripped grabbed a Octobr. 2tth.! Notwithstanding the
open on ). Ij, nauidon, TltusvU'e' ; Pros Att'y. .
handful of cartridges und also begun to fact that considerable medical skill was A.A. Stewart, Tltimvllle: :: ...:.County Clerk.: ,
I Ire. The popping of the rifles now resembled to bear her and J. F. Woolen.V'H-wi ... .. .. ...Tax. Assessor.
I I I brought u on case, every .:. W. Hail.Tittiavnltl. .... .. ....T'ax'olleotnr TIlE BEST CLOTHES.
a battle of the Civil War. care taken, Mrs. Forster passed peace John henry, Tltunvtlle, .. .. .. Treasurer.
The three men, Canto Clayton and fully away to the great beyond. K. e:, Minis, Honaventtire. .. .Supt )'"II.lna&.
Pain were now closing,; close together, Mr Eugene Enoa and Mrs. FlorenceE. J. O. Fries, Tlnisvllle .. .County Snrvevnr.I. .
... .. .
.
P. Hrown1'ltiinHMo. Kherilt.
half John R Walker & Co.
In a circle facing the bears. The old Lydecker-Mrs. Forster' brother W. Norwood- Tltnsville. .Hegistratlon Ottlcer.TITU8V1LLE ,
mother reached them first and started and ulster-were present at the deathbed TOWN COUNCIL.C .

fur' Canto He was directly front of a and they, with the bereaved husband A. Frost mayor; Van Worley marshal and TITUSVILLE.
windfall, ami as the bear rushed on he accompanied the remains to deceased's taxoolldctor;R. K. Minis I Jr., dork anti: treasurer --- -- -
I r retreated toward this, all the time firing former home In Kankakee, 111., ; John tax. "s"em>r; J. R. Walker ta r : '
Morgan > .t:: Ri e2e at3MI: Inrk er f3 r
Into her F. A. : L. A.Mraily, l J. Hull' and J. L.
on "Monday evening. .
(rarriithem ootiilni The council meets
Just as he struck the first log of the The deceased was a lady of refinement drat '[u..a K.
A.
windfall ho fired the last shot In the and lovely characteristics, and had a TITTSVILLr HOARD OF TRADE.O. C. S. SCHUYLER. -

magazine of his rllle, tripped and fell host of-- friend.. on Indian River- ,. -all- of-- M. ItohhlnM.. tore.lclent I .1. !M. Dlxon. train.urer 11 t
backward over the log, with the bear not whom will deplore lhern sad loss. ,.(. O. Rust, secretary.. Meets second -Wednesday JENSENSCHUYLER
Va I I I 20 feet In front. But as he fell he drew The ADVOCATE joins In condoling with night In each. month at their rooms.. & WILSON,

two cartridges from his belt, thrust Mr. Forster's In his sad bereavement FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS
I them Into his gun and was on his feet Indian River beige No.fm, holds Its meetings TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the sm-oiiil and fourth Friday evenings of each
almost as soon as ho struck the ground, month, at their lodge room, Indian River hotel
determined possible to thrust the bar- CHURCH NOTICES. at 7:30 o'clock p m. .1. I.. Carruthers W. M.i; FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS.
Fine Liquors Wines Beers, rel of his gun into the mouth of the ferocious F. A. Morgan Heo'v.

( Ales, Stout Etc. beast as she mounted the log, and There will-be preaching at the Methodist ORDER OF EASTERN STAR o Representing Leading Insurance Companies.Your .
Friendship Chapter,No. II, holds Us
meeting
make one final attempt for bis life.
iUr' end me your orders! church In Cocoa. next: Sunday 11 In the Maitonlol 45150 room. Titusville. on the
TITUSVILLK and C. '('OA. FLORIDA But no bear appellred. Ills blood almost a. m. aDd 7 p. m. All are invited. HrstTiiHsilav In each month 'OOo'olock, m. I Business Solicited. Prompt Attention.
froze In his veins, however MS he and the third Tuwdnv In each month "f.or;3d
looked across the windfall at Clayton, Archdeacon H. F. Brown'will hold o'clork p. in The ,..lInwl nll'.are the officers of AVe Will Appreciate Your P tron"(re.

not 30 feet away. The first of the cub. Divine service in Ht. Marks church, Co the Indgv Mm.' B. R. Wilson worthy matron i
Mr.t,1..Csrrnrhersworthy 'atron'TIMeKate' |
Harry MV. Richards was upon him with Its terrible paw up- con, on Sunday next, at 11 a. m., with Stewnrt. AM..... Matron; "Mm. M. A. Sorlingeonr, _3-f__3 JaJD.n: n ,.

lifted. It meant death to the cook if Holy Communion.: Also. In St. Johns Secretary; Mr. J. M. Dlxon, Treasurer Mr. _________ _ _
Julius Kline,.:......II..t.t1"1; Zandle Stewart. _____ __n ___._ ___. ____ _
that ever descended. him. Cas church Eau Gallic, at 7tO: m.
p.
paw upon Asso. ('end's.; Mr,, 0"0. W, Hcoble Adel; Mrs.'

STITAUT, FLORIDA. to took, an quick awful aim roar, there and the was bear a sharp fell report atClayton' : Rev. R. L. Molly of Baltimore, will Esther I.!: r,. r rnith' "F rs.. A.Rut Morvan; Mr Martha leo. ;M.Miss' HohMns Aleph, EZ.:: SE .:C Y' &=, :E3 20
ideate
: preach In the Titusville Presbyterian Stints, ; Mr John U. Walker Warder
Marine Dry Dock. feet. An Investigation showed church on Sunday Nov lath, and In the Mr. .... A. Morgan. Chaplain ; Mm. '1'. T. Wet-; IN-
that Casto's bullet had torn otT the end more, Sentinel; Mr.Chaa. H. Walton, Marshal. AND FOOD PRODOC
Hook ledge church on Xov. 22nd.! He GROCERIES GRAIN HAY AND ALL
Its heart.
Machinist, Steam and Oas Fitter. of will spend a week In each place and may ,
*
But no less heroic than the act of Cato accept a call from the churches to be. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents! for MAPEi. FER'fiWe

(Engine Repairing a Sp'oJ"lty.Anenoy was that of his old friend the cook. come their permanent pastor. The HOUSEKEEPERSSEND deal exclusively: the above line of goods and solicit the tradt al''' "
When Clayton saw Canto fall ho forgot have ers. Write for delivered .1< /' .'1 "? jr'J
churches think they ought to a us prices on Grain and all Groceries, ;
for- the bear which was plunging madly toward resident mlnl.t..lnllteatl of only a pulpit TEN CENTS E. L. BRADY.t BRO. TITUfcVU) *WJ

Chas. A. Strellnger Gasoline Engines. him, took careful aim at the old supply by a northern minister during the
'r one and dropped her just as her feet tourist season Mr. Meily expressed the For one of our PERFECTION MEASURING --
1' Send Stamp for Catalogue. were on the log toady to crush Canto to
desire to move to Florida to Rev. Henry
his death. CUTS, a money saver In GOLDSMITH
W. E.
Kelgwln, .>.f Orlando the synodlcal missionary ,
The old weighed 1100 pounds and
one kitchen.
lie la well accredited by his your
the 50U Of the :fc shots
cub ( pounds. !
fired' eight struck the old bear, six: being presbytery and highly esteemed by his Also Catalogue of useful articles from -Dealer In-

E. Vcsoy null, fatal, and seven struck the other five church In Baltimore. Factory to Kitchen. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FBOIU

being fatal. How many reached homeIn ,

the tblrd<(hey could not tell. MARRIAGES.On Enterprise Supply Co. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

Only the day before the tight with the TITUSVILLE, FL011"A'
three b Vain millionaire JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ara George a
Tuesday Oct. 27th Mr. Allen
Boatbuilder Sapp
oil from Halifax had been killed ,
man by
and Miss Tome Louisiana were married
of the bears only a few miles TYPEWRITER INDIAN FACTOR
one same REPAIRING.
at Fort Pierce by the Rev Mr. Sturgls. RIVER ICE
away. lie was sitting on a log with his
guide when a slight noise caused themto On Thursday Oct. 29th, Mr. J. 1(. GriYOt Typewriter Exchange TITUSVILLE, FLA.
: Kitties and Miss Millie Flood
were mar
s
tarn. Tbe bear was rushing directly '
f OF.OROIANA KLA.Hodgson toward them and Vain could not escape. rled at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Pyal fpohurrh Blilg., Jacksonville" Fla.. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-backed or loose *tM'a mottA' '

r, He received the terrible I blow from the Kitties, Titusville. Attorney F. J. Webb 2.1: to SO per cent saved, on new and paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing\ &

bear's. paw on the side of the head and tying the nuptial knot. second hand typewriters and supplies T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.

died three hours later I On Monday, Nov 2nd, Mr. A.J. Ferric WE SELL THF

I, Bros. The last game of the hunt was securedby 'and Miss Mary E. Curry were married at Oliver Typewriter the Standard Vis. Tr-.a.-I..JS: V :r..Ex..L PZ31'tY STAXJ
Sebrlng. On their return trip and the residence of Dr. and Mrs Kitties Ible and Bllckvnsderfers.

; WAIL OALLIE INDIAN RIVER, FLA. when within a mile of Beltun a large : Tltusvllla\ by Attorney F. J. Webb.
black bear was seen several hundred feet The ADVOCATE joins In wishing all of TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. FEED AND SALE: r yA,+' AO
Marine Railway. to one aide of the trail. Sebring dismounted the above a long, happy and prosperous

1 General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. there was one report from his future. The following are the time. of arrival ...STABLES... grb
rifle and the skin of that bear I. now In and departure of passenger trains to and
..Special Facilities.. a taxldermlst'a shop In Minneapolis being ARE YOU A BOAT-BUILDER If from Titusville: BAGGAGE '1'gF6

11 For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing made Into a rug for him. you are, get; one of Walton's Patent I OCTHBOUSD.LMTM .

During the whole hunt the party bagged Calking Tools; Invaluable to boat- Tlta.Tllle for Miami and I 2-5Rnm, TRANSFER a aDO R0II
d, Yachts and Launches. two grizzlies and one black bear, builders and owners of boats. Calks InMmieUlate points at ) toile: p m

hh Mention the ADVOCATK when writing. .Ix goats, three black tall and two white boats more rapidly than any other HOBTIfBOum AUi.INGETC. .. t
tall deer, a mink, a coyote and birds of calking tool In the world. Price .110 LMV TI".m. for Jacksonville I S12: m
all kinds. At one meal the cook set before and $ .OO each, at ADVOCATE office, and.Intermediate point at f 1:1: p m
::r- Reading notice ads. on this page .5 Tt", ..11I. for Sanford .
1es BRO.
: &
them 11 different kinds of game. Titusville Fla. LID J. M. OSBAN yJOi
w five cents per Hoe per week. Anlv..Titruvln.fromSenford l2 dopm TITUSVILI:: $ -Back of G o. M. Robbl_' oftlce.y. .-








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