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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 20, 1903
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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27. NO. 18. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA, FRIDA, 'NOVEIU3rm-L10, 1003. PRICE Go. + ''i

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LOCAL NEWS OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE-CHILI -Mrs. W. S. Itrannlng left here Friday BREAD, BUNS, CAKES PIES AND llrcvard County Lands For SiUo. AMONG THE HOTELS. '

con carne a special delicacy at F. E. C. last for Mlddleburg Fin. to attend on doughnuts at F. E. C. Stand. !

Stand. her sister, who was seriously ill
j Topic! of General Interest. 'rhe Boston branch oftico of the EAST East !? of Southeast '.., Section 12, The Campbell house, St. Augustine,
-Mr. R. B, Stewart, of Brantley, was DON'T FAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell COAST AnvocATK la at 401 Atlantic Township, : ( South, Range .IU( East;' ; SI(O has been loaned by Mr. F. S. Haynes I Iii
In town a day or so the first of the week, Miami, if you want to buy improvedor avenue. acres Fine pineapple land, very near proprietor of the SumtmM-llold house a .
ADVOCATE,
THE visiting his brother, County Clerk A. A. unimproved lands. Prices tomtit", Ankona Station on Indian Klyer. Pi'Ice, Ocean Grove, N. ,L
[iWperannum, In advance. Stewart. all parties.Mr. -Mr. G. Nolle, a well-known orange .:ar.c.IO. .
months, .. grower of Shiloh, was In town Sunday Manager\ 1 V. 11. Iluestis, of tho St.
ft six: Meiiltt's Island for.merly
iooperan.'00 to foreign countries. REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL, Miami N. A. Stumpo has secured a pos- and Monday near Courtenay George hotel, St. Augustine, Is. busily + .
known
the Place
is tho man to go to. If you want ition In Pulatka, and will leave for that us Gelger ; 107'y engaged getting his house In order for t
in you subscribe for the ADVO- good/ Grove, Pineapple Plantation -Mr.. .las F. Mitchell, one of 111<111\0. acres Flue pineapple, orange and vegetable
or place to-diy. Ills family will remain in the coming rush of tourists. ':'
f by the year, It does not cost you Vegetable Farm. CMr Tltusville for the ola's prominent orange growers Is now band Piles, fliAO.Moriltt's I I
anted per week, postage Included. present. making his headquarters! at Coooit. Inhiiid, 11)11\) acres, long fronton Hotel Colonnades, jSuabrenxo: owned J ad .
i,date of expiration printed upon and Mrs Robt. L. Jlotlow and -Capt. Chas. Fulton Is bidding for a Indian River, And 1 Including oyster by Colonel and Mrs. C. C. Post, will ho j .
-There will be dance In the Tltiisvllle
Uor or wrapper every week. This family, who have been In Mulberry' share of your patronage In tho line of a permits granted by Bievuid County. under tho management of Messrs.( Faunae ,

''ilpt for your money. No need Tenn., for some time past, returned to painting, kalsomlnlng, varnishing, eto. when Opera nil dancers house this (Fild.i ) evonltg to be Good laud for vegetables and some good.! .t Klmball" of tho Prescott Inn, Lynn, 4' 1

to ond l receipt for subscription. Tltusvllle on Mouday.Our Rend his ad on our 8th page.J. hand are requested' on oiange Innd. A flue oyster locution Muss., this winter. i

te i'eslt to you. mailing clock Is sending out M. SANDERS, COCOA, FI.A. I Price, t-Jix I ). L 'mi's hotel St. Augustine, formerly y
] !
Mr. P. S. Titus I foam! two children Town of Titusvillo lot :8 of East subdivision
AOVOOATB Is on bills to all subscribers who In dealer w -
EAST COAST are arrears in Staple aud Fancy Groceries, Jnckllonvlllo' known as tho Algonquin will open the
news-stands at five for their subscription to the ADVOCATE.Tho of arrived 1 In'Fitusyule of old block. A faltly goad e
tho following Hay, Grain, Feel I and Fertilizers, Dry lilt of December. Mr. Truman Lynn ,
Hr['! copy amount Is small to you singly, but Goods and Notions, Ladies' and ('hlld- Wednesday and are stopping at tho IIOIINO. Price' $250:! ) will be the manager; Mr. O. W. Scan Ion, 1 +
Sombloi for the Town of Tltusvllle lot 3: block A
|fllle--B R. Wilson & Son. I In the aggregate it amounts to a nice ren's Hats' and 1 a full line of Millinery cottage present ,, chief room dork; and !Mr. II. T. ttoanlon, ; j
.
Colvmnn's .'lldIU Large lot
fronting
IsonvilleDiival: hotel. little sum to this office. and. I Dross Goods. Ladles' dresses madeto Them will be preaching\ the Map' night cloik.Minagor ,
two streets joUlllocnUu.. centeret
on
., Windsor hotel. : order by first.class dressm.tkurs.; list church, Titiisvllle, Sunday morning near (), D. of the t""
l -Mr. J. L. Moblnv, who 1m been town. Good( t H I room cottage.\ Price, Seavey Aspln-
Grlvot News stand. spending a few months in Birmingham -The Youths' Companion prints a and evening, Nov. :22iid.! Rev. ,I. G Black : $70()). wnll hotel! Lenox, Mass\ and Magnolia '

Ala on a business and pleasure' visit, 10- very interesting little story In connectionwith I officiating. Everybody coidlally Invited. Town of Titusvillo, line corner lot In Springs Hotel,. Fh ., has. loused tho Mag' t'

I-Reading notice ads are ten cents. turned to Titusvillo on Tuesday!: and says Indian River In tho last Issue. It Capt. P. Nelson, ofSoulh Titusvillo, business section of town. Price, f.H; ( ), nolla Cottatre, at Magnolia SpiIngs, to .' '

[ton tills page. he is prepared to attend to all kinds of Is entitled, "Nat Maker's Passenger," had a birthday party on the Deluspine( Town of Tltusvllle U I'I..I.
retard, County Commissioners were painting, staining, kalxomining, paper and was written by tho late Fr.iuk R. Grunt ou Wednesday. A rain tin r rod west of railroad Pilco, $10 "I ch. Adirondack, N. Y. d.

|a the ] tof the week, attending hanging, etc., as heretofoie.Messrs. Stockton. It Is a tale concerning the the pleasure of tho occasion to a certain South Lake, :'I I miles. west of 'I'Itusvlllo, Mr. O. H. Voss, of the Memlnole-Ls.. 1 jVln

matters.Lft. Ilermnn Nnethlng, Frederick capture of a panther, which was broughtto extent: : 10 acies, fronting on lake, part hammock Grango hotel, wa In town yesterday for
Titusvillo r for shipment north.Mrs. and part pine Finn hind l for oiaugns, a couple of hours )lie had boon on a f
Schilling, dipt. Jack Lnllin and ArthurC. _!Mr Jerome T. Feaster. of this town ,
W II. Sharpe a prominent
,
vegetables ami Price *'JT .
pineapples. :
jrower. of Sharpes, was a visitor Xaetliing jr, of New York, who have Chas B. Jefferson, daughter And Mr. King, of llaidouvllln left, Tuesday South n Lake :a'' miles west of ,Tltusvllle. visit to his orange /grove at Enterprise tot f
tithe first of the week. been cruising on board the houseboat In-law of Mr. Joseph Jefferson, who left for Muooaitln [Island to buy a number $ and wits returning to West Palm\ lloach.Ho .
Part fine hammock balance line
Rose Marie for few weeks have been New York the / \ wan accompanied by Mrs .LaGrango'slittle e
a Monday, on Clyde "teILm- of hogs, which they will bring to Ti-
high dry pine land with beautiful vli w
\VADDELL\ MIAMI, real estater having an enjoyable time fishing and er, Apache, will probably pass through tUHvllle.Mrs.. sun t l
of lake. Good anti k
hex, some choice bits of real duck shooting near the head of Indian Tltusvllle to day (Friday) or to-morrow, orange, vegetable Mr. if. It. Share. manager of the New
pineapple land, ll 0 Price >NtN>, '
C. J. Hector of Melbourne
> Hrres.
him. wasa ,
dale, Call i
for River.I
'e upon en route to her winter home at Hobe Rookledgn hotol, Kookledge, accompanied t
/Section! 5, Township 27 South Ranuo
plortH.uit: caller lit this otllce on Tues< ,
Sound 1 for the Mis. JelYernon, Ills bright and charming wife and l
|,e Indian River State Bank, of Tile -Capt. Louis Sieber, of Rockaway season day. She came up to town to attend to :17 Kant-U'jJ; : noros fronting ou Indian by ; '
be her ulster Miss brother Mr. Paul Shares)
in minding out some neat little Beach, N. Y., was in town a day or so may accompanied by a little. law business with County Judge River and horse Creek, :li'a I' miles northof ( southbound, were Imll..onlCun -

|111 for IU04! one of which we have this week, attending to the shipping of Carey. A. I). Penuey. Eau' Gallie. Splendid high land, lino on Saturday's 1 train, en # b'
to. from Now Haven to (Hook
dxt this office his launch from Salt Lake to Tltusville. -Mr. Guy I. Metcalf, a former editor large rpiairy of OO'lulnlrllck, high, dry i on C'onu. ,f 'I ;
for the winter.
WHO'S G1LLINO IT ? ARK YOU lodge
r, and Mrs. Chas. B. Merrill, of From here he went to Kocklodge, wherehe and pioprletor of the Tropical Sun, West and healthy.' Fine orange and pineapple
The best value for the
M on will remain all the winter-running Palm Beach, has opened a Press Bureau money you ate land. Splendid rosldenoo site Price, Your advertising space Is rather expensive
i City <> were passengers with. Not unions
'. southbound train en route to his launch In connection with the White In Jacksonville, and will supply! newspapers parting you seA our ..I.IHIO.Uool'arlana.. writes .a hotel proprietor; but ;
utiful winter home,at Tropic. Cottage, which bus been leased by Mrs. with any event of importance-as stock and got our prlcun. J, R. Walker ,- on Merrltts\ Island ; )10( aor" we say It Is nor, considering the service ,

J. G. Gerry of Rockaway Beach.. well as news notes and comments ou the A\: Co., Titusvillo. extending across the Island from Indian given. Cheap papers, of small circulation -

r. Geo. :M. Robbing baa two un- political situation throughout Florida. -Miss Rub. Phalker, of Middleburg, River to 1I'n'lnlJUver' ; goof| pineapple, will genoially take ads away below
ed houses In North Tlttisvllle to -The Sportsmen's Review, a well We wish Mr. Metcalf every success In his Fla., rlster of Mrs. W. S. Ilrannlng, of orange or vegetable& land. 7.room house tho usual rate Tho ADVOOATK has ,

|r mil. They are In a fine location known sportsman's paper' In Its last new field of labor. Tltusvllle, who his been seriously III. In !goo I condition, small barn. Price 750.; the circulation, so we want fair rats
And those who Issue, publishes a photo and notice of Waveland / [Luclo liver 45
aters enjoy fishing. Is reported having passed the crisis t
Capt. W. A. Coster, of Brooklyn, N. Y., Since the death of Major Smith as Im ftmitmuekanti. good, Thu Sun Juan hotel, Orlando, Is
and Is la health.Mr. notes, part putt pine,
Eft BOX OPENED AT TAMPA. uncle of Dr. O. deG Schuyler, of Eau (otherwise known to the literary world Improving and land. sending out some neat Illustrated booklets
( pineapple vegetable
J'u8 opened it here too. The nov- G Ilie. Captain Coster Is all enthusiastic us Bill Ar|>"), Dr. Ralph E. Smith one G. J. Z.'linlmner, clnlm agent of ornnge Pi Ice HII.VI.Also, ono of which has been received at 'N

we show this season in Gent's hunter, and wiltessorne very Interesting of Jacksonville's well known and pioitil- Floitda. Kant: Coast Railway, "ai rived In 10 acres, known as lot I, of Ar this office. The San: Juan Is a llrst-olas'"' 1'

minings( will do you good. J. R. articles' upon hunting, the piosorva- nent physicians, has boon residing at Tltusvllle Wednesday afternoon and lo-. bellii, fnon ting\. both [Indian and, Ht. Luole up-to d.ite hotel, and Mr. II. [.. Boeman, if f

ter & Co.. Tltusville.. tion of game, etc. Caiters\ille, CJ.i., looking after his deceased pnrtd'I'hnrsday for.; Orlando Ha was a Rivets, near l'olltul11tJelllal road, high the hustling manager lias already so- r
fithei's estate Dr. Smith's of the Sorablor ouied n big/ space! In the Ai>v<>OAficcolumn I
\V, many guest uottage.Look.it and 1 beautiful locution. Fine
C. Rawlinson healthy
jr. a prominent -J. ]M.1 SANDERS, COCOA< ., friends have been looking for his return for hi* winter ad. Other hotelmen 11 !
|>pie grower, of Ankona, was A leJ'lwunut has a first-class milliner and dressmakerto to the Metropolis of Florida. your name and dito slip, ooltaue' splendid pineapple bind Price, In .(Florida. had butter follow\ Mr. ,
culler at thin office. Mr. attend to Ills millinery doptrtment. and If you owe us fur your subscription *.),.MX O. JJeoulan'IO-IUlIl.llI. ,:

pwn came up to Tltusvllle on aoM Ladles' and Children's Trl-mned and. -Rev. It. L Mlnly of Baltimore, who kindly send it along Them Is no use Brantley, on Mori'Ill's Island. Two .

lome land he saw advertised in Untrimmed ILtts" Dress Goods and ban been conducting meetings the TI. for us to send l out hills, an the name and tracts, ono of :JfO acres. the other VW.4: : Our. notion correspondent. write us: ,1

pVOCATE, Notions of all kinds. Also a general tusvillo Piesbytetlan\ church each evening date sllpon every p"l'erorwrol'p"rllhowR acies, extending; from Indian Klver to "Hotel men along the Ka.t Coast would af '

r.' S. Merrell:\ treasurer of Jeffarfintjr line of Fancy and Staple Groceries, this week, left, yesterday: for Rock- the data to which you "are paid.DR liansna River! with\ wide fronts on both do well gong! there hotels In shape( for '
Grain, Hay and Feed Produce of all ledge, where he will\ hold services. each !Rivers. Splendid I vegetable and orange there Is I to bo a big crowd leave I I l
,' Nebrisk.i, writes us that heJi kinds in season. Agent! for standard evening until Monday. If a mutually) DULLER, THE DKN'IWT, OK" land now under cultivation. Kino orange for the East Coast this winter. I amdlstrlbutio !
family will be down here next 'VI'Rt"Im\ Bench is tho Indian ,
at
Fertilizer. satisfactory agreement can be reached, now nod grapefruit grove now In bearing ; RANT COAST AIIVOOATK
for the winter. The ADVOCATE Mr. Miely will become the pastor of the River hotel Tltusvllle. If you lire In Near steamer landing and pcmtofllco. broadcast raring my travels through the

l'lnu' them pouted upon matters -Mr. Jerome Twicholl, a prominent Tltusvllle and! Kocklodge Presbyterian need of his services call\ upon him this Price, $1201)Terms : Now England states, which is doing a n

|t ted l with the East Coast. resident of Kansas City, Mo., arrived In churches Ho will, however, return to trip, as It Is doubtful whether he can will be made reasonable to reliable deal. towards helping to 'fill! the ex.

', and. Mrs. T. T. Reese and family, Tltusville ou Saturday night, and left, Baltimore before accepting a call. come again until after the Palm Beach nurchasers.. Apply to rheiiuer' of nil the., Rust Const hotel and R

i Bench were on Tues- next d.iv. for LaGrange< to visit relatives.Mr. season is over.Arcllliellcon, D. f L, OAur.Dtcnr, the F." (K;, U. Hallway." s
passengers
Tvtlchell: who owns tine pineapple -Mr. N. Kay, of Peoria, III., a 1"
"'rihboiind a prom- Or Tltunvllle Flu
,
train. Mrs. Reese and B. ,
F. Brown
will hold Mr. W. O. Fielding/ been InstalledIn .
have been spending the summer plantation at Stuart, is about to have a inent contractor builder and real estate Divine service on Sunday next at St.Paul's .. WM. A, WAIINOCK, Jamaica, N. Y. the Indian lllvcr hotel at Tltimvllle, r! ,
winter home erected his dealer, accompanied by his wife son fl"
palatial on prop.
essee, while her husband was in church, Eden-Tibbuls at 11 a. in., Florida chief clerk f
ky erty. Mr. Twichell left for Stuart on (Mr. Clement M. Kay) and daughter (Miss All anti to sot as manager !I / i
Mountains, hunting with Mr. with IIu1I.Communlon. At All Saints' potlotle. :
: during tho that the manager
Claudie M. arrived In Tltusvllle
office Ray),
!Monday giving the ADVOCATE a KILLED FIVE DEER. '
'
or ,
y, Chicago: and Palm Beach. call his on Wednesday afternoon. They are church, Waveland-Jensen, at :3 p m., and and IOHHUO, J. G. Bast, will be absent attending _II '
ere taking depa"ture.The "
BB. Mace, of Willlamsbridge, now snugly ensconced In Captain J. O. at Stuart at 7 p, m. Also, service, In Mt. to hula duties All Superintendent I f I

rived at the Indian River hotel, Washington Post says: "Capt. Walton's cottage In South Tltusvllle, i Gabriel's church, Tltusville on Wednesday On Thursday morning of last week, of Canaveral Club. Mr. ,Fielding has

lie, on Tuesday, and met with a ; where they can gather oranges, limes the :mil, I at 7.10; p, m., and also on Messrs. (le,. (:. Floyd! and II. E. Iltigbee; had considerable\ hotel experience. He '

ftreoting from his friends.ICe tuavllle. and gtiavas within a few feet of their Thanksgiving day at ID10: ... m, No oft.\ Augustine. ; W.V.. Italian). M. was lessee and manager of the Magnolia j.

i came south on many the Clyde sheave tackle block, which Is an excell-: front door. It Is their first visit to ID. Litany Wednesday a. m., as the rector T. Jones, of Mints; I.. C. lirnnnlng, L. A. Hotel st Ormond, had charge of the i

r Algonquin( and had a very do. ent invention to use where any hoisting dlan River, with which they are much will be absent until noon Brady, D. W, Monroe and I). U. Pi'Itchsrd Ocean View hotel at Pablo Beach < ;

I Pwsaire. lie/ was accompanied is done. One man can lift half-a-ton pleased -Don't forget that Mr. E. A. Walker, and Perry and Charlie Simmons, of the summer. Season, and held clerical positions I

1' F :McXulty. with this block, which Is the only one of the expert watchmaker and optician, of Tltusvllle Dr. Wliltlngton, of Vnldosta.Oa. In the offices of the Continental <(I

IU kind In the world. Capt. Walton Jacksonville will be for business left 'Ilitusville\ on a three days' bunt hotel at Atlantic Beach, and the Plaza l ,
W Gregg. sr., author ofF holds the controlling Interest In the Wal Gardner's Flyers. In the Jefferson block, open West Palm Beach, In'the wood They rttturind, Saturday lie Rocktedge. "

When and How to ton Self Locking Block Co., Boston." and Sunday, after killing (live I deer and Great of workmen
ast write about the :dUli of this month. If your !gangs are engaged I. if',
Coast of Florida, us : Overcoat.? Yes, here> at tfl.73.: any amount of quail, and arty they had
hMlef. -Mr. E. M. Goodall, of Sanford, Me., watches or clocks Sri performing badly about the ground and buildings of the ; ,I I
where st Louis, Mo.\ for New I who lost week In town, superintending New line Mattings, 15 to 45 cents. be will be glad to Wit them la perfect II grand time.BOUGHT (Koyal PolncUna, Palm Beach, getting ; u,1
t>pent
the
ADVOCATE follows. the Klmona Cloth 12 and 1A' .r
that were bee cents. order and guarantee satlkfoctlon. If everything" ; In readiness for the greatest 1 i
Improvements
Pa/?, later various
,11make\ his usual Axmlnster Rugs, $3. >O, *7 10.
he will makea season that America's greatest winter' "I
'lows his line auxiliary launch, your eyes are troubling you ;.
theEast being ma Coast as far as left for Steel 1 Wagons, $|J50, 185. thorough examination free of charge, resort bus ever known says the West. 1: '.
ach Nelson's
and Nemo now on ways,
Miami the winter, home of his parents, Mr. and .'urnltllrltShoell/ Dry Goods.C. and tell you just what: the trouble Is. If 1'lIlmIlBooh correspondent of the Tlmes- H

1'1 Wm 1". McFarland1. n. 0. !Mrs. Thomas Goodall, of Ooodall, near A. GAKONEH: Tit II avllle, Fla. glasses are needed hit will fit you perfectly. Mr. B. F. Ives, of Philadelphia, who Un 1011. In addition to the hundred of f

d n, W reamer, three promln- Daytona, on Saturday I last, giving this 1 For the past six: years Mr. Walker has a winter home at LaGrange, has men employed on the reconstruction ot

ployees at Sells A Forepaugh's call ere leaving town. ] !. has bad entire charge of the watch and bought the Kentucky orlnJetrove/ at 'J'be Breakers, a large force has just been
pleasant tCII
for t.
office a Cottage
circus, who are camping for Goodall Is one of the owners of the optical departmeet for Greealeuf Crosby LaGrange, from the First National! put to work rebuilding the cnnlno, whichwas
B ter near the Haulover canal, /were Mr. -h and mohair factory In the <-'o.. of Jacksonville. He expects to Hank of St. Augustine/ who, In March destroyed by lire at the time of the
I couple of days or so the first largest plu which employs several I A 12 room furnished cottage on Barton make West Palm Beach his future home.* last, foreclosed on the owner, Mr. I). L. destruction of Tho Breakers. The new
'.k' -jruestsof the Indian United States, Goodall expects to Ave., Kookledge, for rent for the winter. Alderman, This/ Is said to be a very fine caolno I II to be a, decided Improvement a
giver Mr.
They reported hundred men the first of Apply to, JAMES L. WILSOX, piece of property; and we have been told over the one burned, and will tlio con ) ?f ,
having a go."Ilbing return to Tltusyille about Kockledge Fla." Cottage To ICell t. that the fruit the read,
"' of friends put his on trees ought' to bring' tractors say, positively be for use ;
k w.rue tar' eocar Messand January with commission a party and take; a cruise |'4ll) or 9f>OO this sesson.SHIPPING not later than December USth. The area
,
launch In
od '; Creamer have far us Paint Beach, Miami and the To Contractors or Mechanics. A five room cottage; running' water, of the new building\ will not exceed that, i I
mall hunting an of the old one but It will be two stories
: where newly furnished facing on Indian River TOMATOES. ,
'f ensconced, they I Florida Keys.Filcher. and beautifully located. In height and will contain IOQ> dressing

"Wanted bids to raise a boat-house, I... F. PKTTICK: room., being 227: feet long sad 114 feet ,
Cottage For Kent. :10 ft. by 80 ft. Building was blown down 2t I&7 Franklin St., New York city During the past two weeks" )fr. Blue wide. 'l'h. pool will be OMxlOO feet the t

Holiday Goode.ahigargck in hurricane, and stands. upright In about Rice, of Tltusvlllfl, lias been .shipping tomatoes depth of water gradually Increasing from f

In Titusville plenty pure 4 feet of water. Estimated weight about to merchants In the North. It Is three feet six Inches to six feet four Inches.

for no'Way\ goods] has 7 room house Apply to;. eight tons. Address, For Kent! Cocoa. Fla. claimed that Tltnsvllle\ shipped the first It fronts the east amt will\ b.. entered ;

red are now on sale drinking water. C. F. 'IlCIIY.R! T. Nrwrour BAc'' ER!: tomatoes, this se"" on-before any other through oftices covering .a floor a ; ,

I,vwe.1iM'! 'including a very Tltusville, Florida. tf Hobe Hound, Fla. Sixteen: room hones, Including bath place either In Dade or Brevard counties. space of 33x50: : : feet The apartment for

!? TOYII and Fancy 000<,18. 20nov3 room, fronting Indian River! ; oranges, male anti female will be separate and
h
lee them, JULIUS KLINE, Orange Jloxe.. lemons, peaches, bananas, mulberries Hotel Chef. the dressing rooms may be rented for f
'l'ItusvlUeFIa. Fine Launch For Sale Clieap. cluded ; four bedrooms, sitting room, exclusive: : use for the season or by the

library, dining; room and kitchen completely week. The plan provides that spectator ,,
'VagOIl' standing top, We quote orange boxes delivered In. furnished. In business center, Chef, white, from the North firstclassall will have the exclusive use of the, 1
for Sale. Launch Buffalo Motor, 30x6x2) : :speed, !H J. miles\ carload lots, complete with hoop, at all for the month or year. Address, around man, bread, roil", jollied. balcony and III' not come In contact with 4 '

herd 7 h. p. Buffalo stations between riharpes! and Sebastian, O. K. WOOD, soups, entrees, ; strictly sober; wife a* ths bathers, which In itself. will\ be a

)0 hand;;; a large lock of ',.'d.OO If taken at once.' as new, at 11 cents each bmall lots, f. o. b. tf Cocoa, Fla. sham.er-mafd. HllUin, Irl l t Laura st., /great Improvement over the old caalno. ,
aa 55pd 'inch tire one-horse wag- !:! h. p. Buffalo : Rgood Eau Gallle, 12 cents each. Our box:: ma- Jacksonville Fla.housekeeper Adjoining the ladles' apartments will b. I '
be OBO.
delivered $373': terial is strictly first class. and which will
at once. Beach. a dressing nom parlor,
Palm
West For Hale Cent.
RE. MIMS JK., East Coast Lumber: Supply Co. or Want I'osltloii. be handsomely furnished and elegantly i >

Titnsville, Fla. finished. Every moderneonveniencewill. \

IIou eI>a. t For Sale CJieap. For Sale, Orange and Pineapple The Bungalow, Ilobe Sound, Fla., one bo furnished and Udles can pars from ;
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''Ctllr Mlotdinbg of the loveliest spots on Indian River. A managing housekeeper, middle-aged these apartment to their conveyance* ;

comfortable house- Land. House contains parlor, dining room, six American woman, with excellent refer unobserved Another pleasing feature 3 1
For Sale Cheap, a bed rooms. kitchen 2 bathrooms ences having several In of tbe new casino will be an arrangement
"Ye'l ;;; I.enRtb.S.t;J ft.; beam, pantry years experience
:L'eg lar a line of picture boat. IJiroensions : Inches) headroomIn fiOOQ acres choice land suitable for I etc. Water supply by windmill Lsrgjveranda managing, a hotel st Atlantic City: would by which ladle 1 can pass from their yl ?'
18 ; 1t
fa 01. 'large and small sizes n n. 4 In.; draught. sails bedding growing pineapples and oranges on the I around bouse; boathouse; 1J: Ilk. to have a position of trust for the apartments the ocean without !going

es. ) ""8n.' and offer same cabin. ft. Anchors, Indian\ and St.: Lucia Kivers; will sell a. acres land; 10U(
f'toniim' W.J make frames tEA or- and cooking ntenlllll, etc.Ie now lying at a whole, or divide\ ; a bargain. by rail to Palm Beach. Address, good judgement In handling help. tin and attractive to> the eye Contractor d

s and price This coal houseboat C. Beeswax: T. NBWTOJT BANNER: Address, "Mill. K. II. MAOKX." McDonald Is pushing\ thing forward I'
t sold cheap.
"Ill' LUMBER!: Co.Gallie Tltonille, and will\ be Titusville Fla. 20feb-l Jacksonville, Flu. U Hob Sound, Fla. Atlantic City, X. J. with ft will.
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factory three grocery stores three general More Than a Georgia Southern"

stores, one hardware store, one machine ; .
and bicycle shop one harness. r PowerOf !
!'EAR1 Drawing
Ci e shop one restaurant one carriage repair &
pdI and paint shop one furniture $ Million Dollars $ Florida Rail
Ads.
store one undertaker, two butcher Big I IAAttAAtAAA

YOq shops one flour mill an excellent gas 'Suwsn.e River. It,",,,. '.
I well a good graded school two
trCr r Operates the
Florida
of Capital
guar- "Dixie
churches, creamery and bank. --- FI,,
"It also has two rural free delivery Schedule h. Elfect!: June;,,
d 1JUI_
% h f routes, a telephone system: connectingwith .'. antees this pure vege- -
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1 lon'g/ distance phones, and cement LvPalatka...."... . IJI..... 'lyrr;, ;..;:.
sidewalks the entire of Main Lv Jarfcaonvllle. ., fI pro'
length table remedy to cure Ar Valiloata.. ..... ... ."... 5u"'""
street. The streets are constantly; be- Ar Ttrum.. ......... .... I1Vl'"iArrordule. J<'
ing Improved. crushed stone being .. .. ...? .. ,.. SlluArMaoon.
used." or money back. C. ofOa.." ... .. ", ..... :I.1"' *','""!

ArAtliinta I ...... '
N.C. & 8t. L.: ilsiuA
Special Tax Laid o. Pole. X r \ An ordinance was recently passed ArNaahvllle.7.' '.".. ..' i laps'"

\ 7 In Quebec. Que., imposing a special W. M. Ostrender ef Philadelphia g Cures: Ar Si.111.Louis Cent..R.:R..:.. .. .. 'I. Vl",>2011.'
tax on all polesi In the town's streets ArCblcaIto .... II
Is one of the most successful a I.etN.R.R.: igaur
used
fry telephone or telegraph com Ar LoulHvllle...... ,, .
real I estate men In the :2! '
panies. .In addition to all assessments 7 Cincinnati..., ,. ,... 7 ,1111 I
on real estate busiuess tax and annual country. He sells property Catarrhal affection! of the nasal y C. & K. .. R. R.; "',1111

tux, fixed and personal, of $1,000for from Maine to California and g passages, bronchial tubes, .Q r ArChlcano Solid train.from J..ck.Item.,n nu
has built up an enormous TraIn.from Palatka It to
telegraph $1.500:; for telephone and bUIIIg Couture i
KEEP STREETS CLEAN. $1.200 for electric light company a ness by advertising.. In an address lungs, kidneys bladder and t trains xraaraimpera going north on from Ll"lxle Ja l\,\?..'<''unlle.lytty' ''

special tax of 25 cents Is to be leviedon before the Sphinx club of remaining In depot until 7 ,1,n''d"rat" ;""
.or> of JIf.w" York Aid In Town, Im New York he said: ; stomach. AlsoNeiYons Pullman l
provement.In each pole used by these companies i y villa to St. Louievis.bluvonmehhmu 1 J'
for the of their wires for of cars en Flyer
support or "! aim a\ Urn believer l. train dpi 1"liI., ,
many parts of New York city boys twit" eet sloepers I on same ,
other uses. The tax Is to be paid year aulo. Like nil biff, Ihl..., change. train I. t IIII.O,, ?

street cleaning forces 1mvo been organized ly when other municipal taxes are the hi* aid. attract Bttcotlon i Indigestion For schedules and other i nu",",,.t,,,,,,,,,
and It is expected that In the paid and produces mm 1mpreaalon Pai Ii II IHTlUY I
future rng nnd paper and banana through Its else, ti P Or District AI", ..I] W hi;, I

porting1 will lx Kcurca In the stropta In TO CURE A COLD INIOaK DAY .IB Impr.ssloa i which" l. en :g C. B. RHODES. ""milkCen.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.All tirelyp.r.l. and apart Consumption, or any disease G ......Altt.. Mac"," (.,1.
the lor/illtl of the members' homes. 1 d
refund the falls t
druggists
money IfJIt: --
from hot produced br Its -- ,
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This IH a splendid way to keep the to cure. E. W. Grove's signature, is on contents iaa lmpraaloTrhlchi of the niiicnona membranes.As r,C

streets treat of rubbish and might b4 each box. 25ots. eon be obtained no jotl T

followed to in town other war."Furthermore" WOI{
udvnntago I IM..t
every How to Mult Ron C..... i II
t and village: 'In the land. The organiza Soak thirty grains of whole gum tragncnnth the man with .;xg a Tonicit 4

tion's pledge: rends an follows1, : In seven ounces of rosewater : the biggest( nd. gets the credit In Quantity, -- -- -u.

"Wo who are soon to be "'ltU n. of for two days strain forcibly through iJ'tor baring the biggest business. t p

New York the lancmit city on the muslin and add one-half ounce of alcohol and for that reason a pretty I gives appetite, builds up the WIGITE'g: ::

American (continent desire to have her and one-half ounce of glycerin. large percentage of the public MANUFACTURED ONLY BYTOPICAL
banishes that tired Cream
} PONHOMH a nuiiio that In above all reproach. Perfume suit. Use Immediately after will patronize him. They be- system, MANUFACTURING Vermifu g

We, therefore, agree/ to keep I bathing. lieve that the biggest business feeling! makes the weak strong ACISOiNVILLEFIA. U ..
from Uttering her streets nnd, IIH fur C7eoe must be the best; otherwise It e
an possible to keep others from doing l.emtbr. would not be the biggest." and happy. I Has Led all WORM Reined

the sumo In order Unit our city muy bean To take grenwe stains out of leather EVERY BOTTLE CUARANTEED. I
clean ua "nho, l In great and an pure ns apply the white of nn egg to the spot The Retailer and Advertisersays SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIS
she IN froo. nnd dry It (fn tin- sun. Repeat the proc : "A merchant cannot have > -
ex< till f ,'n/'! I.l ......oi..l. too ranch publicity. It Is the >JAMES F. MALLArRD ,
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There are HO In which !
many wuj-n Vfca 6T. to
B. R. Wilson & Son. a rfahj-- *
Ten young children can help to keepthe Worm Destroyer. breath of life to merchandising. Sold and guaranteed by \jiKiDirOiSEilS
Without! It business cannot
\ a
/ltrf'NIl"lIn that
they can himlly White's Cream Vermifuge, not only grow it cannot even exist .. "' __ _n ____ ____ ___ __ .. _____ _
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be named!, snys the New York Tribune. kills worm, but removes the mucus and
Anybody can pick up a torn newspaper slime In which they build their nests; it 3: With !Increased publicity comesa
blowing
than likely there In a "white wing" in the body, where woitps cannot exist.. growth. And while publicity are the fatal of
most all
the next block or Jimt around the corner 2.'Ki; at 11. \K.; Wilson & boo, Tltusvllle. continues to expand there Is no The Chicago Net and Twine Co.
into whose bag or cart it can he danger of reaching a period eases.
thrown. Anybody can day to the man Slow to :tI.... m Wader Form when the business will stop Manufacturers of-
who IK towing excelsior or ashes or From smooth firm cloth cut a lining growing." ltoi !

anything that doos...,uot belong there coming up beyond the netk Hue well FOLEY'SIDHEYME
into the street that tint In against the : down on the urum, and below the waist
W. have noticed that the =
line. Fit stitch. Stitch flexible
perfectly
law and lio roust Dot do It.
big advertisers In this paper Jr; 0t"
bones on all the seams to give the or money refunded. Con
Anyone who has once Keen a freshly do a biff business. It you -
wept Rnd'tJll lw(1 thoroughfare know proper curvatures. Put on, mark waistline would Increase yours try tb* remedies recognized by

how a clean street ought to look and and front closing, stitch and bone same mean II- nent physicians as the bes
If any of the blocks about hU home do the closing scam Beam on pieces fitted gjAAA
not look that way he may be sure some to neck and arm's eye stuff firmly with tZit H) Kidney and Bladder trou

thing In wrong and the street cleaning! cotton or other material. Cut board or = PRICE SOc. and $1.01.

commissioner pasteboard the shape of your form --- -- -- -- too n. it. WILSON
ought to know about it. FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description o & SON

Nobody In too small or too busy or too cover with cloth tack cloth over board x IMPROVEMENT CLUBS. Dealers In Seine wine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. When edverti"'
pasteboard answering
or sew to and you will .
Insignificant to with this
help big work Wholesale Prices to the Fishermen.
Originators direct In these columns you would) CI>
buve
a good dummy.
very
1, for town Improvement and every little The Famous Vomna*. OranlatlonIn 70-81-8J E. Indiana St. Chicago, 111. favor by spying you aw the idvt
boy aid girl ought to be proud to wear Btoekbrldire. Mn*.. ...Mention The ADVOCATE In your letter... EAST COAST ADVOCATE 'IH w
a street denning badge. Mow" to Peel Onloaiau The problems connected with the administration you will receive better mention
A good plan when peeling onions Is to of civic Improvement organizations We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association. ;the advertisers.
put them Into a bowl and pour very
NEW INDUSTRIES. hot or boiling water over them. This are being solved by wom..nwith AKE YOU A BOAT! till '[EI
most coinmendublo skill. Care J Is
you are, /pet one An KnlvvprUo That Itvqnlm VrrrLime not only enables them to peel much usually exercised that the membership Calking/ TooU), : in'.r'. 'I", >o
Ci ll.l.Every quicker, but_does. not nffect the eyes. fee be not made too large. In one emi Quick Action Spark Coil. builders and owner ot l 1"118

a town and village should diversify .For nentlysuccessful bund of women labor boars more rnplilh tl)It> n' n\>
lie Industries so tar nil It lies Stow Jewels. ing In this fluid the membership fee U calking tool in the wand l'rlcl'nor .
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In Its power so when one falls! disaster! People who have jewels should remember '- only CO; (rents says the St. Louis Globe- ) $$.OO each, II'' vnm" .

mil) not overtake the entire community. that If turquoises are wetted Democrat.. In the cam of the famous Titiisville. Fla.Virginia.

During "sirens, of bard times nnd, they are apt to lose color. Pearls woman's organization at Stockbrtdue, Gives a Big Spark
general depression the towns having should bo exposed to light and air as Mu..s., any person over fourteen yearsof
diverslnexl Industries have suffered much as posRlble but not to damp age who has planted or protected a with a small Ho

least. There Is not a town or village nays Home Notes. Opals must never tree under the direction of the executive

In the country that cannot "make a be exposed to great heat or they may committee or who baa paid to the battery.Is .
break" lu some direction If Its buslnestt crack and fall from their setting. association the sum of $t or renderedIts I You learn all about Vitamin' LU.I
men and progroHtilvo loon will get together Don't forget this when near the Ore Mialvnlcnt In work is qualified for Is Especially Adapted for High Its resources, products inxlf A f I Itlvation

to ntnrt a new enterprise of if you happen to wear an opal ring. membership, and any child under fourteen prices, etc ,0) 'eaillucl I
Engines. Farmer Sem
Speed Virginia
some tlcucrlpUon if only to utilize the years of age may become a member r.o
for 3 months subHcription
waste recourse of the Mow to ll.moY. Mark on Pitlnt.
locality or to by pitying 25 cents or doing 23 Farmer Co., Emporia, Va
supply the demand for Homo products Fhiger marks on paint can be removed i cents' worth of work under the direction I Geo. R. Wallace, Agt. West Palm Beach.
now purchased abroad. by rubbing with a dump cloth of tho executive committee. I
In to this dipped In prepared chalk. Never put I p -
regard matter if a practical A mental review of the leading organizations
suggestion Is wanted for an enterprise said I III the water you use for washing of women working for the ag
that will not cost much to begin paint. It Injures delicate colors. cause of civic improvement will din-. I III"! _

A with that will not require extensive -----..- -' .--- -- --- chose the fact thnt there-- la__ wUl__ _'n illffW.eiuo ___. .. -&J: :J YOTT at) : >>

supervision, that will admit of i tildeUnite "step' well enough at rtightt; in their nimnciul resources, yet r'
enlargement If successful and there are Innumerable evidences thai
In which n number of people cun take And the blandest appetite lack of funds need not constitute a g

ait active Interest n canning factory Ever mortal man possessed" handicap.For Boat .d SU
Builder
will meet all these requirements when Rlley's farmer is the picture of Instance the Stockbridge acute- or OwnerIf ? xa A ....
very t1
there la uo such factory already. The man a'vanceclllye"A., yet in the enjoy. cia tlon previously mentioned has a II N ...1
.! manager of n successful cunning factory ment of perfect health. A goad appe- fund ofHXJ: the Income of which .!::I i2: <

in an Illinois town recently gave tite.. Brood diirrfitlon ami- anum) a1en. .nr. goes to swell the working fund each .. .. 0o (
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I' the following Information ou the sub- the chief factors-i ia la year, and the association also receives! ., S'

crt: vigorous old many substantial gifts from You
age. wealthy Are Buy One OfWalton's -
'The apparatus required for cunning Life is sustained summer residents und others, and yet ) !

is not Intricate or costly. For by food, when it is the association at Honesdiile, Ta., tic
about $lOn a complete outfit with a properly digested where the due are less and which Is 0
is
t dully" capacity of 2.0"0 three pound or and awitnilated. devoid of endowment
any fund ha*, Eza
When
1 q 2TOO two pound, return can bo procured; 1 fails. there digestion is a Ions usjms boen shown accompllnhed wonders Patent Calking Tools. ; ?

3.OOO three pound or ".0110 two pound of nutrition which for the Improvement of the community j "
1 cane for 1130; 4.00O to 5.OOO cans for suou shows I Itself which !It served.How V
I $:::00; 10.OOO to 13.0 Cain for $300. in physical weak- I h

The mud expensive outfit lu the list ''T :.q nose. nervousness to Ur..... Tomato ffkla Invaluable to Boatbullders -a i:

can bo accommodated" a structure GOby f sleeplessness Doctor Pierce's etc. Cover the tomatoes with boiling water and Owners of Boats.In U) i 5gC -J =;

80 feet. fur half a minute and then put themIn
Golden Medical
Discovery cures cold water until they become perfectly Use all over Florida and the North. si a'S
BOOMING MODOC. tlismsps of the cold. When tlilrt. has been lone ;

/ stomach and other the skin will then come off quite easily rolS
glow a Vlll.. In ....1... .. n.|.> organs of digestion and! leave> the tomato In an unbrokenl'OlI.llllol1l1"

I AeI..er..d.Altboullb ana nutrition. It "* oni!!" firm Calks Clf'tte i
11 the little village of Motor strengthens the Boats more Rapidly than other .. e. (!J
1ml. has less than 400 Inhabitants Its body in the only The Ilettt ICeiiidly for Croup. any I > *! ... ..

( citizens aro of the progressive sort and way potlllit.le.byenahlinle the assimilittion Front the Atchison, Kan., Daily Glob t4 <: liJ': prI

never mitts an opportunity of booming of the This is the season when the woman Tool I I s. .
Calking
their town. A commercial club has .,a nutrition extracted who knows the best remedies for croup in the World. en .4roeg J)
been organized and Is doing much to j't from footL Is In demand In every neighborhood. One
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build up thtt community and bring lu ..t used ten bottle of the most terrible things the world
1 e 'ft / of I..., ...... .. (I) ii
new retrljents. This organization believes OukleoMnltcal Is to be awakened In the middle of the i

In Advertising sad on all of Its I., and ;iwvvral lacoerr viala of: night by a whoop from one of the chll. >
stationery the following Is printed: .i bw IMcaaant PrllrU' dren. The croup remedies are almost Five '
year ago this wring M sure to be lust In of Thousand Sold.Price 9
Modoc Is an enterprising little town and haft h.d no trouble with luilmeMton. sate rue croup as a ON.sg F
.f nearly 4OO Inhabitant. located In. write Ur, W T Thotnpwn.. of TownMoj revolver I. sure to be lost In case of bur'glass. .
-wal" Co., Mooun. Words fail to tell There used to be an old-fashion. i
tie southwest part of Randolph county how. thankful I an for the revs( u I bad **t- ed remedy for croup, known as hive i
II1d., on the Rig Four railroad In an -.101 Erred du ao fII.nuch eoa.sad .U 1.aevmed.,. down that ID the weight doctor to* and tolu, but some modern mothers syrup $4 and $8 each. : R
excellent agricultural district and undeveloped las poosd. a.,) was not .!II. to work .. .n. Sal ithat Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy ----

oil and gus area. ea Now the 1 weigh ranD.real I Yaw, tdo...end.......e.a...>ad do*.a i your day.k...u- Is better and does not cost so much. It I 'fig
"Modoc has two hotels, two livery = to reveal, and hil alwajra hiss s good causes the patient to throw up the '
barns, two doctors, two drug storm, to*ay for Dr.Pita*and hit *m dicine .* phlegm vulcker and gives relief In a gy o
tip blacksmith shops, two sawmills, The Common Sense Medical Advise; shorter time. Give this remedy M soon May be obtained of the Walton Self-Looking Block Co. 4O43CZ ga
'liP grain dealers two Implement M- long pages in paper covers, is sent free aa the croupy cough appears and It will Ns ;
M>hments.l two on receipt of a i one-cent stamps to pay prevent the attack. It never falls and Is 4 Atlantic Avenue, Boston; or at the
vehicle office
esUblUhM
expenne of mailing _'-Yo AJdrcM Dr. pleasant and safe to take. For sale by of the EAST .9.8

.cpi. ode etuvg factory, ona. overall f. V. l' uce. Buiulo. N. V. -.. all druggists and medicine dealer _. COAST ADVOCATE TltusvIIle Fla. I

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Oards.go. It's For YoulThe I
ROAD REPAIRING. THE STRAWBERRY PLANT. ONE OF MANY. DO YOU GET UP
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now In flood Not So Cold Illowtlvd Af..r All"II-
ROBBINS, Sw Keep a Illarhw/ny
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y. R'hrn the AilvrrlUliiw I'nater l On WITH A LAME BACK ?
Condition.la cult of early Mulphlnsr.Tho : .
of l'Inre.It
AND COTTNSBLORATLAW. a pnixr read rpcfntly( before a ttgurv.'+ from Rural New Yorker r
Interest _
ApTORNE U n rural village" hlxtorjonlly$ Troublc"
fll rlD9",' Institute elln I'll'S111111 mil of shown n' strawberry plant which T. C.Kovltt Kidney Makes You Miserable. j '
tug!. Iwnutllul In ltu.itlon und In design -
Connersvlllp, Ind.. gave the following of New Jersey dug on Jim. 10. '
United and enriched with social and intellectual Almost who ? "" .
and States everybody reads the newspapers -
ractlce --I"" state interesting points on road repairing: Mr. Kevltt chilmt that this plant Is a
lip It traversed Is sure to know of the wonderful t '
culture. l 1M by one
Court. "Now, some i>olnts on how to keep strong argument/ in favor of MM |plan of '

: FLA.L roads in good condition and how to repair mulching! before till'frol1l,1/ Is. rmxcn.He of the bent riillitmiU Auixrlvti.. Thrullroud =.I -. cures Kllmer'a.Swamp-Root made by Dr. '
TIT178VK.M, .o- ,
Office at tlirni. A road must. have constant I'on\! n hrnvyVoiit; of stable l uinntirn titatlou IK n hand<\oint ntoneediflce :")/t--"J""; 111 L the great kidney liver .

f attention if It Is to be of any Usie or before n crust formed on tho soil surrounded by n well kept expanse I l and bladder remedy. K4 f '

GATLDEN.ATTORNEYATLAW., value. of lawn und Mower bats. The 4.:' rs It Is the great. medl. '

"Whenever n rut forms it should be RlopeN of tilt nillrimd cutting 'urn' torriced tf cal triumph of the nlned' -
repaired at Tho road should be teenth century; discovered .
once. anti coveml with fine growth \ '
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III IJ after of
Great Health Drink:! years .it,
ilIpl'lCtlce ,n .ill the Courts of the State graded in tho spring! and sniveled in r of lawn KWHH.' Kverythlntf shout the I scientific research by 1
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Jarid&,...111 ,he United States Courts.TtTCaVII.O place U luHtliift with taste' and beauty. I( : Dr. Ki, nlcr. the eminent I
FLA. Dispensed at all Soda '
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Fountains k l and bladder
5C d:1ey:
IUBOI..BS: Everything: that U. nave 01.'. On the
specUllst and Is
crest of the terraced tenet nodded wall
wonderfully successful In
WEBB, METTO I U r"mptly curing f
j, Syrup nut up for of the railroad cutting directly nppo lame back kidney bladder uric acid trou-

J' ATTOKXET-AT-LAW mixing with ice water In the site the station on the ground kept by bles and Brlght's Disease, which Is the worst j \' t
form of trouble
Summer time and with hot the railroad, Much p"rkllkollt'r.l'tlon, kidney ,
practice in the Courts of the 7th Dr. Kilmer s Swamp-Root Is not recommended t 1
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i alt'ill/ Taxes paid for non-resident water in the Winter time. 1Mr id a strange structure. It U n fence, for everything but If you have kid [' 1

"rents and accounts collected. adapted perhaps a dozen yards long rtud two ney, liver or bladder trouble It will be found /;;./
It I
Specially: \ to family
FLORIDA yard high. Supported by pottta rifling |lust the remedy you need. It hat been tested ,
!VII.tE, ve"' either a*> a beverage or ft '4xt above it Is nn ornamental roof designed In so many ways. hospital work. In private \, Iii
practice, the helpless too to '
among poor purchase
D, PENNEY, table drink, taking the place like that of a Swiss. chalet\ tin relief and has proved aa successful 4,: i It !

for tt'a. coffee) .etn long am the fence nnd perhaps H ;yard every case that a special arrangement has C
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW, v Mlle, evidently! Intended to protect. tho been made by which all readers of this paper I: '
who have not already tried! It, have a
feint> in u moiiMunfnuu ruin. Hut the may h.
|18TIUB FLORIDA. Prices for Syrup", 'I" pint ?':><:. a feiuv Itself in the tlilnK. It In coinpixiedof sample bottle sent free by mail, also a book a.)

it I practice >in all the courts of the 7th 1 Quart 7Sc.o I Gallon, $1.33.: : UNIMPROVED IIOAD. n series of a dozen poster boiinli, on find telling out more if you about have kidney Swamp-Root or bladder and trouble.how to I M .

Indicia! Circuit. I Gallon, f.0;: () rash of which IK continually dlnplnyedtin When writing mention reading this generous
the full. The rand will then be bard adv<*rttHliiK HtHter of Home patent offer in this paper and ...' I ,
1>Irt'ctlolTwo
A. FROST, tablespoon- and 1 HiuooUi nnd 1 tho gravel will be food or (patent uiwllctne to counteract send your address to (

fills used to a gli: s of water. packed town( but not worn out before "'JNT IJlOON ON AN KAUIiT MULCHE) the 111 effect of the food or patent Kllmer&Co..B1nit- tlliltl.t'!" '

I' ATTORNEY-AT-LA V, Costs led than :2rtx! bud weather seta In. It depends on I'LANT.. J oolllii in which to bury the victim of hamton. N. Y. The _
a gla**.
what shape the crown of the road Is In This. preventeil the ground from freezing both food and medicine, nil printed In regular fifty cent and R' I\..n'p-I.' "... i

jllpractice ID all the Courts of the 7th Tropical Manufacturing Co. what the condition of the road will be solid and the plants kept on grow- tho crudest und uuwt Khirlni !'t).h.. The dollar sizes are sold by all good druce'sts.HEALTH' t 1

.ludicial/ Circuit. for travel through the winter. If the fug. Of course this has been nil unusual thtnif. In such a place In an offpimlve." -- t t tus

tra'BviLLE( FLORIDA. Jacksonville Florida. crown la in good nhupe It will shod the winter and the sell would have frozen to the rye a. daub of djrt on the faoo

L__ water to the Hide dltchen and if they solid in most seasons, yet tho early of n tMMiiitlful woman. ,( }

lllEDKRirK A. MORGAN, Sold by J. R. WALKER are in good shupe the road will remain mulching! will keep the soil open for I Tho roneernn that thus ndvprtlne Sus i

dry and solid. some WI'f'kliln nny ,sonson., their wntvM show a strange contempt -
Abstracts of Title. and B. R. Wilson & Son "Now 1 will tell a few ways to upon The strawberry' la cirlled a "cold for the iiHifptUllltloi4 of their patronn.. l'1 1'j i

Titusvllle Florida.Slieril'f'tt road blooded" plniit bemuse it cmlures much that thus dintlmiroM I
a good : The ralli'oad ctuiipiiiiy ... .
.IT, E'tTATK AND I INSURANCE "I don't think wo win Id ," .
"Tlu surest way It to use the mad hard weather, but that Is no sign that its ground and deffice'sthe hindNcnpo hoiipin without 'Iheilford's. Hlanki i j .

bonus Notary Public. grader and pile all the mini, ,nod nail, long rontlnuod freezing does it any ( comuilt nn outruK" upon 1(0<,,! mniht W. have iiml. It In thfamily I t
Sale. forovor two with the
lection, *, r.vpowrltiog, Stenography needs from the sides and ditches into good. The old 1 Ideu was to mulch\ so as breeding. and t..1! tnnto and Insults the heni of ,...u".. I )I years.T. not had l s
the center of the rond. This makes the to keep the front In the ground and whole unveiling public The cltlnenn doctor. In .Inn. hones fr>, thai 'length t '
Trru4vlJ.LE, FLA. AND BY VIKFCB' OF AN KXKfT.: of time. It I. n doctor. In Itself. and
UNDER, ,InHiiHtl. nut or the Circuit 'ourt for road soft and muddy and It will be prevent the heiivc 111111 settle which who permit the nialntenani-w I of such n Hway) ready to make a prmon welt .
Hrevinl foiintv, Kloriilu, In caws who'.... Impound for the next coat of gravelto go with freeze and tliuw. It Is pretty thing within tho tHtrdor of their vll-! an+happy Y ";..-.JAMKH: HALL, JackSOUTH ... f

.7nurr. WADK II. JON' KBA :: 1'In. R.Htttzo B,HolinoH wild .."Iolldallt.l, HI*"vmililcr buvo wu: tavlotl|"il.inair!upon, "1..1.1.anil uulte with the old rondbed.. The result evident that considerable dnmnco will lags dlnplay E'1ttrllonllnl1toh'ranCt!. !.. 111. _____ t I

: JONES, will .M at pulillii/ Kiictlnil, in" front of tlio Court' U the road will be spongy. The be clone by the light freezing In niltiimn \\0 have In mind ono particular vlllaK IlH-nii this pront medicine .,
FHOIiT lloimn doer In 'I'itnmlllH, Flurlihi, ilurliii than best plan Li to Bcrnpo It up into piled b >fore the ground freezes solid Hut there are many .uch.--New York relieve stomach, puins.fiwii the \ ,
I legal I lionn <>f Billonixin the i
and hang It to some gully of which nil Ity putting the mulch oil early wo prevent Tribune. c"n IIJllltl,1 l liowcln ninl,I 1lvillnl't 1 ,
IAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 7TII DAY OK DECEMBER. A. I II. I'HKi ""'11 t th.. torpid liver wul weakened : t
roads have a few. and dump it there. this. ,
',onn8 and Collections. to the highest I and lient blililor for cash, the kidney
"The rood grnder [Is .a good: road
following/:; real estate of the ili>fau I TITIMVIM.K FLORIDA. In Jlrev.rll County ." "rhll.. vm: A tract . builder in the hands of a man that A Uenutlfitl Mixed Border .
arms described in book "I." of IIMM) |, ac 2 pnve h. A mixed border provides nn
: how If hut otherwise
the north line lmug OTd chains and 111 rapt known tn uan n. The I'hvnumriinl Record of a North! No DOCTOR Ia '
south ol'tlmllne .lx>twi'..ii T.nU: and 4, of Son- will do a great deal of duiunge. manner of obscuring tll.'Iew of a ('....lIn. TWWBU
tt'oiu.KY. R. n. S1iY: oult. tlon 'ru\vn.hii'2 South, : unit ; time
: 2. Kanen.m bant the
/ nnd
| : road la to vegetable inirden at same
of.
"Another to spoil a of Salem N. d,
way Tho little town ,
>eiiir|/: a strip 21M! feet In width extetnltnir. from I Is In the !home
\\VORLEY &: SEYMOUR, thus( Indlati/ River to the wont line of Lot 4. and make the crown so steep thnt all thetravel giving n brilliant and always IlIler..t.IIIIf tens n useful object letmon In tho system necessary where
hounded .h Innd. of KMhnr, anti south GardenIng Thcdfurd'n ltlack I'raught l it
byPnwed's
non land, liv unhjoct to the oienntnry dovlitn will take the center. The result' aspect to a garden walk of protection from the dangers ot; kept, Famili' living, in the l

ATTORNEYSATLAW.Igcoeml created by the will of Hunan D Hulz.t, to take of- ID the mad ID worn out In the center describes one such border na follows flro. Mr. Kdwnrd: Atkinson, in a lei. ( 1"1I from physician

| practice In State and Fed Said feet upon will may the Heath l he seen of at the the dnfendant.1.Conuty Judge's j'. 8et7i of. and no um him been made of the remainder : The wick row in the bonier IK of ter to the Boston TrHnwrIpt calls nt hove been kept any fit health- ,1 I

II.1 Courts. Special attention givento loe. of the rond. The center I.*. cutup tall growing/ ciinnua such aa FlorenceVniiKlmn tendon to the remarkable Writ record for years with this in",,lieine m

Admiralty practice. I will also "I'll all that part tit the Soy of the by there Kiilleyft, which hold water Charles 1111'11'1'11011.' Kate of tin 11'111. It In 137 yean old and It their only doctor: Tlnxlford'i t
or Hwtlon 2H, niintli of the 'land
SVVVI lylnit now
KLL BI-ILDISO: MIAMI, Fi.A.TEPIIEN or formerly of H. Oxhorn whose hoed. 'I in, on roe nnd CHIMM the road to be soft and muddy Gray, Italia Austria und Crimson Heeldcr. nil thnt time not only him bad no con IJliu-k Draught cures !biliousnmin j I
not In ".....IIH.ok ".;. E"at \age\ gas, And all when U would otherwise be in good Next in front of the cantiua come but disastrous fire It dyaltepslacold| chills and
hat part of tho X W'/. of the 8W aI of Huctlon' 2X, flagratlou, fig fever bail blood, fseadscliee t9
[ E. FOSTER yinK between land of K:. C. MuUinniM on the IIho(>" ." Mnlvla Itonflre 'eunlsetum nippellll has never In all Its history had a fire dmrrhwa it'
north, and 'lund of J.. (l. Powell on the noutli and .- ---- --- and Abutllou tJojyculc: de Itontij planted where the IOMS was over $T50.:; There and almost, constipation other ailment, colio I
2a'ro. less. all Inrownxliip
rontalnlnic more or Jteliif every N +
ATTOH EY.AT-LA\V, 24 Soiuh Range aotnst.JUN: : ;. J\IDanA't'roll"| Drouth. In masses. I'bryuluni vnrlcguium, waS only one dwelling burned In 100 WauM the ilotniirh, bowels

Dyal-Upclmrch Building, Jax. l P. I1ROWV Sheri: Thin In the month of coughs, cmldit and Ceiitniircn gymnocnrpn ncalyphn iresinon yours datjiiif from 177tt and there /liver and kiilnctys so nearly cua-

nEt :M. ROIIItl.NS Attorney for riulntiir. cute cnts rrh. Do you catch cold easily? nrchynmthuseH and geriiuluins never wni lilt ono fire which sot beyond trol the he *lth.THEDFO'RD'S. I

UrKSONVILLR': KLA. Find yourself lionrse, with it tickling In In \nrlety comprise the third !Croup, tli*' building In which It orl lnntHi. -

Y riRCI'IT roUKT OK'" THE HhVKNTIl, ,11 l', your throat Rod an annoying cough at while the Iminedlnti. foreground is. ( On that occasion two building .
DE e MlASbE\ SCnUYLKR, M.\ IX I Huliil Clronlt of t'lorldii., llro\ard County. night(; | Then, you Mhoiild always have mode up of low growing uub\ >/ 'i't8, such were hurneil inch wovth $2,">0. Iturlnx 4 ; .

I Khrllrh )In Chanoery. handy, a bottlo of Dnllard'H Horehound I Iiyrlll' HK Aierntuiu8 Klunclie anti Klue PIT the first 127 years of tlitt town's hl-
tarry V*. I Divorce. .1. A. Anderson, jU i: WeNt Sth: s t. \' and Krfordll: g I !
I'nSIC IAN. fectlon Ilegonlns "l'lIon tory tlio total 1 IOHM of property by Ore
Alice .;hrll<'h. ) Wait: Lake City, writes, : "We ute Ballard's -
Xlnnln liaiigeiiun' / Centnurea cnndldls- wet less than $:.&SS) ), and, Hak>m Is a L4 fast i
It anpearlnit 1 l by the I bill I I of complaint l I cxhlhltudanil )Horehound' Syrup for coughs) and ( ftDRA :
I Telegraph office open all night. ninil:!: In said, \:eanxn, and, the; sill: : lava ol com.pUiiiunt coldM. It given immediate relief We amid and sweet alyssum. Abuudiint town of iM-tween ".001) and GOO) pi-o- a,

III! (rAJ.I.IK. FLORIDA.HI ,nun ronidont, that or thin the,I"r..I""t.hllo Htiito of Florid,hlirlich.and, rmldimtnwlt .In a know It's the host remedy I for those troubles. watering and.1 constant trimming/ weed (114'. :
: In I'hlliiili'lphia, In the State of Penn I write tills to induce other people( Jog, etc., are of course IlIdlMlwlIHU hIe. Tho explanation of thin remarkable
ylvanla, within the I'nltnd, !MtiteH.Now to try this pleasant andethVlent l remedy," The pennlHetum nlMivv! uientloned inworthy Immunity from tire In fialcm's lire ordl eMI
11. KVIIAM M\ D. von, thin auld A life Ehrlich: be and appearbofure fuv.ind ) B. H.l Wllmni A Son. I I :
l.knt
210
the.lihliri! of our Court on the : ut more general cultivation. nance, which provide for Inspection of f

rPH DVY OK.. IJ.'F.\I"tIt.: A. D., 1 _U, Sued may be sown In .Inniinry In shallow nil buildings III order to remove dam Ci"TI '

jSURGEON and SPECIALIST, boxes, tniiiHplanted Into two Inch Keroun! hooting appllancesi. The In- I"P
to an.wer.aul hill or complaint ot a d 10.tree pre
Ear: VOHO and Throat. nonei*tt will he entered, aiiiinHt y>n, and, the ttrnutttr the fJ.rd.... puts and planted out of doors In, May. ijH-ctors hunt out all defective fluos, 11 .

Bomplainant with liimialilcaillMi.Itlnfurthwr' will lie. allowed, tn proreuilexparto It la by no menim u"tI'Iul1l-rnnlt' It -. :M, uiiHiife stoves and furnaces, Iniieotiretoyeplpesi i :t d .
f PAI.M
| BEACH, FLORIDA. I ord'..re iiahfi in tho \arco vsr Al)t'OC ArE, a news to see houses Unit show all Indlca-, The Irish potato Ixn'tlo when left for nshos. They also glue caul
pnh'lxliHd'' In sold once a week forhiurronaeontive
nounty
R HOiiGIITO JS 'Pauper wonkH. done than t the owners are proHpi-roiiH, uliiuc will soon cut up every green IK> special attention to the construction of 11.Iil Iila

witness Oxirtat the Honorah'e the I Court! Minor l:llonxolii' 8. JOIIM TltnsvillH' ..Iinliceifnalil ';: but th. iv bi nowhere visible any effort tale In the Held. Hut with an slinplo n iiillillnKM. No property[ owner Is nlxrwol J1 i 1l 1

.iTfVO: DENTAL .Fbarida tills the 21ul day of NovciuhiT: ). lot, to make their surroundings Ix-iintlful, remtily nn purls green there is no neci'Hfllty t() put up an iiiHecnre bulldlnR.

APARTMENTS A. A. 8IKWAKT.Clark ',., Hiiys the Norfolk: Virglnlnu-I'llot. Tint fur allowing thin to occur. Ktlll What I I" even more to the 1'1I1'I'08A, tint : ,tl
nf the Ircnit ( "rt. l :
m the "Deutos," HVO. A. M rE:wA lrr, i). C. luwnn are" unkempt\ and given over to the |xituto beetle linn been poisoned. people themselves co-operate cheerfully i
F. J. W ElB, Solicitor for. Complainant.Notice. whatever vegetation hupiwiiH to grow killed I uijd picked for over tweuty-Jlve with the inspectors, and from 1 'I'ISr. '

Now AT DAY'roNA.it upon ttwin antI not MO much all a rono- years In the United States' but it Instill long experience have become tbemlelveit Seeds :'ll'll1l

busts Is anywhere visible about the with u* and In here to stay. TIle well ncqualntfd with all the .. pls4 by t,,""... 1l
and .." '''''11I'' a'n hsan"Igs'Islwennna { ,
MASON grounds. And yet. with no great effort suuuu will probably !.It! found true with nethofU of protection BKalfutt Bro .. .ISM I

CONCERNED TIKK NOTICK THAT and exiwtfuiu, flowers could be frown; the Han Jose ....ule. It will be hard to Thus! they have inlnlnil+d the danger ,Fsrr..nl. In 1M! /a hale hunts' I r.. "

.ALL inontlis. after date I will an Sheriff and, and the grounds made beautiful and anew exterminate completely without at the with the results already stated.It _,I Jo',.,..ma... 'r 1.11 any,le. _"a"'l.. A..I All J
DE", ... Administrator the estate of It. '
A TlrRn1aOS'. C. Doom o."m.ilarnuwHl. Tate of llrovard <'ountvVlnrlda element of pleasure added to the same tluiu Injuring 'the trees but with Is the old story, "'III ounce of pre "',......"1.10.11 .pier" "u.... \ .1

prxHent my final ani-onntH a* mirli ad- too often meager and crude home life persistent effort It can be controlled. Voodoo lit worth a pound of cure" D. M.Detroit..IIIIY Mloh.a CO., j ) ,
trun, iilnlHtratnr, to tint Hoiiorshlo A, It Penney Ie needed In thin country U, ntwi, :1utey| \ '
FLORIDA. ('oiinty JiKlicaof nald' ('nntyaml' pray for my Nothing more Fires cannot \ .tol'IH'II.bllt .I ,
anal' dlM'hurK Iron, ailcli ..lImlnl..rTltlnn..J. has a Drovninmdii, to develop a love The Drlnsr of Sweet' !... KolUsr. they can tm largely prevented by t: "J r'fi f':
1'. 11 its)lV N,
| &lit/k, A> Rhorlir. anll''I.IIh'h.l Ad- of the beautiful and nothing would do An uphlx sometlrncB attacks the borough/ /lnMpictlnn. Tin causes of .. __n -- __n__ --- i ; :,
nilnlHrraror" of said etiate.Titiiivllle. more to enrich American home life and foliage of the sweet tea early In the danger tx-lng removed or provided l 'L I

\ Kin .Inly :lint MB.: decal allay that Irritation of the nerves that BCUMon, t'flnnliig l at the bats" of the against, then Is little chance of flra. The Largest and Most Comnleto {I"

too ''lud.i' Building, Main St., ; THrHrwonniY OKVTLKV !:- wears Americans out before their day., vinos und working Its way up, euUro- Establlshmont i

1\CkRon'llIe ftooms 15, 10, n. firAxreit-A\, man or lady In each county tn manage If the Putted Stales could be transformed ly defoliating. the stems. Spray with 1"iru Cud l Cold. "SOH
\luixlnoin for ui, old established liniiMor Into a country of !good highways of If you have a bud cold you need a !4
and pound &
UENTI3T.HIV solid financial ..*...IIIIIC. A .straight bona file soup water, a quarter a good reliable rnolIclnl1l1ke 'hitmlmrliiln's: GEO S. HACKER f
homes and flowering 'lawns ,
wtHikly .alurvoflMtpallbycheek' "chtnn.; neat of ordinary pure white household soup
Cough Homely to loosen and relieve It
Q anI'' H'. "1 ge '' dai with all expenses illrnct from linuiliiiiaruira.Mmiey i what a ronnninmatlon It would bet! to a pall of water Begin early. Prevention -
''ork. advanced. for expenses, Kni'liwe, addreued and to allay the, Irritation and Inllamma'. "
Porcelain Inlays envelope.. M.umner, 3441 Caxton Hldg.. And aunty the country Is old enough IK easier thun cure lion of tho throat and lungs for sale by

lax Plate Work. CblcR/lf: now that material will being| should all druggist and! medlcfrmdmiler. *. 'j
-- -- cease to be tie sole consideration in life ;
Plowvra For Kmmlr --- -- -- '- ,

ley'S \, rAXTEII-IUVY.UAI.I'y.RJmSM ester and iC'MMl: reputation In OK each( CHARV state.- and the development of an acfttnetlc It Is high time pluntw were underway llw.*. lo Molt ..!... .. ',
Kidney Cure (one in tills county rvipilred) lo represent l"11IN".14 command'some attention. for Easter Lilies alwnld be above A salad should always U properlywashc j { !

ea kidneys end bladder right. ni.. and house advertise of ..dld old flnanrlal sstalillKliwI standing wealthy! the taut Dormant rose can be flowerettIn *!, not In one, but at the very tkt! .dn
ldltlonal.. all bn.1, ,; Keep Milk 5*ret. -n
t.M: \\O)) weekly with exMin e from now es' jots. fJ''I'linluml.llollhl have a shift "'uat In threw or four water It should 1 ,
able In resh direct each Wmlnmnlnv of cnrUmnto of lIods or t
W&Hirfv 011I.( ..... I llorni- and <'IIrru\jCOlllrnl.ho,1 1 a lion tune A tiny pinch and I- given more ro m. Thy will thru 1m carefully dried leaf by li-uf 'r I (
B0 YEARS'ifrgtf..EXPERIENCE ... .. ....Mil tbe milk as soon aa It arrives
nlf-ad en- Into
'ihnlo: salt put .
.
e. .arv l(Mfer"n< .. make One plant for & .ter. It Is luipomtlbl to prod It.**! a successful 1
velo'e.|; Colonial 3l'llJe"rltorn: Ht. Cilo"r will hrlp' to prevent it from taming 1j
salad If the green stuff In question I* j
------ sour', and I if It _"c'f'ms inclined to 4.1.nl!..*.. In Uw least degree damp. Again a
t
to publish .
We cannot: guarantee heated to nearly
: and la slowly cleanlineti
deal I about -
reach this office before tnrn We hcur a great salad should never t>* rut with a knife, .
do not t
items that boiling point and a pinch of carbonateof in a poultry house, nut what 1s i not even a silver knife. When washedand '
noon on Thura
Lc: : FOR ALL KI.VDS OF JOB PRINTING will di H>P-'. flume people also! add a ben lit not catlsfled unless she can of a suitable size. Thirdly, the oil and Doors Sash Blinds. f

) ._. TRADL Maaaa remember the ADVOCATE office, and tiny pinch of sugar make th. dust fly The dl'OJI'lnltII.hould vinegar used should his In the proportion -

DESIGNI do not fall to send un a share of :your be frequently removed and fresh of two spoonfuls of tbs> foriur to & Bonding Material.! j

"T CO and VRIOHT(iBunrlptlon, Ana mr work. We will please you. Stf>I I.ed'Agnlu"t n Hot Stove.A I ground and .lime scattered through the one of" the 'latter .. Moulding ,
i
--- --
r pinion froe whether an T. when bQlldlng. Of course cleanliness I Include i "
child of )Ir.. Oeo. Benson Office Waieroonm King OPPOll1t.Cannon )
Uiiliiinnt 1'
Ilent lIrth.f.
.
'"I. I Umlhnnk nn Pawnu netting his usual Saturday night bath, rttlug rid of pursuit Coal oil and on tUrret.Charlcston 1

fur.ecnnnt Mum' C yon* ramp u. Sonic Special Offers.The stepped. back against a hot store which crude oil will kill tbeso, d.*tructlv Insects M. Mcllany, Oreenvllle Tex .rltea
lt"h burned him severely.' The child wash and at the same time the smell of Nov. :yd, lua1: : "I bad rheumatsm last S. C. '

i1)) jinTcrican. and Truck Grower, .great agony and his mother could do tlufie oils Is a U.-iu-Qt to the health of whiter waa down In bed six! week; tried
,? Florida Fruit demoted nothing to pacify him. Rememberingthat the fowls. everything but /got *,o relief, till a friend Sash Weights Cord and :
Journal.
meted itle wasklr. 1..rwMt a/r./ the new monthly ( of the fruit eapec-I/ she bad a bottle of Chamberlain' gar" me part of a bottle of lullard's

pp II 8u 1Wnrual. n.wadea.re.I'd all) to the interests I I. published Palo Balm la the house, she thought she, Clear Hklcn.Kerblna Snow Mnlrnent. I used It, and got two
State Ileautlful .
of the ,
C0 3118rvadway, flew etable grower If""' I would try it. la 1 less than half an hour more bottles. It cured me aod I haven't Hardware
Lace at limited a year. g months trUI after applying it the child Wall quiet and exert: a direct Influence on felt any rheumatism since 1 can recommend 1 "
als
waahmatonD.NtIER For a time a *.ubtlCrlb1en l asleep and ID less than two weeks waaw tbe bowels. liver and kidney., purifying Snow Liniment to l b. the best! Ilnl- Window and Fancy Glasf
,ubflcrlptlon will. be ,both 0 the new Frolt|! and .--i. Mrs. Benson U a well known real- and strengthening the* organ and meat on earth for rheumatism" for
1 SALVE for 2S: cent Or Seml-Weekly Timee- dent of Kellar, V'a Palo Balm U a an- maintaining them In a normAl condition rheumatic sclatlo or oeuralgto pains, A SPEOIALTY.

,oethal' "0'salve in the world.no Truck Orower and with the Thrlce-a-. tl eptio liniment and especially valuablefor of health ; thus removing a common rub la miUrd' Know! f.lnlmnt.1ou will V '
-- Uoilln for U.lOr: : both one year burns cuts, bruise and sprains for cans of yellow mothy, greasy skin and not suffer long, but will be gratified witha ,
Week World of New York, sale by all druggist and medicine dealer more) or .Usss of plmpUs, blutcbe and, > speedy and cffertlv! core. 25c, Mia and Foley's Honey and Tar

z d> Honey Prevents pneumonia.- Tar for 1.2.1.L.:. .J. DKL'MUr, Pub. Ocala, Fla. ,. blackbea<1.. Ww at B. R. Wilson SonJ fl.Wat B. R. \VIUon Sea torchUdnmjfure.EAST No opJ.lltu. 1 ti k



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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20, 1903.
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JAMKS. PBITOHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN Vlce
-pre.
Malabar. C. S. SCIIUTLKR, Ca bler. W. S. BKANHIWO ( 1 Id e
THANKSGIVING. auhier,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE 7WRLD RELIABLE
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We have received a copy of Got The oranges are looking fine. Ship: INDIAN RIVER STATE BANCOUNTY
.. *" .
A WBBKLT JOtJKflAI. DBVOTBD TO TH DBTBIor Jennings' Thanksgiving/ Proclaroa- plug will begin soon.
*BUT or TUB iBDiAjr BIVBB, LAa tlon for the observance of few of people enjoyed -
proper Quito a our young
... BIWOATUB BAVSBOTIOHS.PUBLI8HKD DEPOSITORY.
WORTH .D .
the beach lust Sunday.Our
Thanksgiving Day, which comes on a trip to t

BVKKYBSABLM FEIDAYt. Thursday next-a bad day .tor thiodlee little town .seems quite busy thaw Authorized capital. $100]
for we go to press early Fridays day* with throe now.IIOIIHOS going up. : .. y < Paid up capital $40'

H. W41TOH Editor & robtlnbe mornings. Still, we hope all MHS| Jul llam and Miss Beatrice Far Average. deposits. $i50|,0(
those who can afford to do so, will ley spent a day In Melbourne laat'weolt. W _
lvM. unit ba mud pi.Rally i- '
Discontinuance of due to the day lucks beginning to come i Ir = Transacts
pay respect The are << I -- a General
at thin' ofllcB or by writing. Rant'
in State ha and the boys are having r
Someone: New York largo quantities, ..,max .f -
.. ,
Obank,etc.,.ma j be mode payable to CHABLBH. suggested that Thanksgiving Day; fine sport. ,, Business
WALTONpobllaher. be changed to Monday: instead of The Young People's Hooding Cia'met ',
and that would suit thi at the home of Mr. Drake last week I0
Thursday, It will meet with Miss Ham this Friday. 4. Largest and Oldest Bank
for Inform would.) on the 1 E
n- In writing to.the AnvocATR office much better. This r"Absolutely .'
flog n ny kind,the writer will oblige by enclOfMl changer Thanksgiving Day says : The people In this vicinity have beet Exchange:: bought; and nix ..u .x1] Fore
envelope. troubled much lately by stray cat
Ing ft tainpoil-adilrcniMiil have Presidents of the tinted I. very iv Countries
"Why tie. Fencing Houms the only lemedy, KC .
BOHTOV=" orrife-Tnie KAH COAST ADVCOATK States, from Abraham Llnooli fence It In. r"I treattmentandevearyufavnnnodnanitwit\
-4 hall opened| an ollo t4O4 Atlantic nvenncBotiton to the present head of the nation, There Is a large force of men hauling I ,w+ s rvative anklnK icrautiSCORRESPONDENTS ,. :ur
which will be In charge of Mr. Claude always set the day on a Thursday, shell from E. B. Arnold's shell mound Pure
O.Walton. so as to break into the middle or They have to loud one hundred car to is + ? "J ,tank f rork_
the week and set business and bo shipped to the next district. THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE \rCl.aiA..r.. National ] of Jacksonville, row '

Address all oomnmnloatloni ADVOCATE to everybody topsy turvey as to their! M. II. Onclioor aud wife and daughter,, 'r1 U SvILi.I3: : rL t.
COAST
LAST FLORIDA.UJ. plans? And why could Thanksgiving of East Syraceme: N. Y., are here to -- -
TITDIVH.LB -- -
Mr. Ottchner has
spend the winter. purchimed
- -- Day not be arranged for 01 the old Ward plane and 1s erectIng South Rockledge.

8. Department of Agriculture a :Monday and let everybody have a winter home. MeMurray & Baker
a better chance to run up State 01
Weather Sure -Jupiter, Fla to New England, where Thanksgiving A. D. lialdwln Is enlarging his already;
OF INTEREST TO TURPEN-
commodious house. .
means BO much more than i ia ii
comparative state MEN. 4O1-414 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
Thefollowingkea TINE and of friends from
and rainfall forth< big homeless city where farnllj Mr. Blood party
meat weekending of temperature Tueuday, Nov. 17, 1003. gatherings-one of the most rig- Boston have rented the Powe cottage tai -Makers and Jobbers of-
An Invention which will\ be of much the winter.
I -nxt(: -1802- nlflcant features of the day-an

DATB.11 MAX.7tJ WIN.57) MAX.78 MIN 71 almost impossible? Custom makes .'just benefit been to,patented the turpentine by Artetmis Industry O. Gel-has Vienna Dr. W., Austria S. Johnson, on Sunday arrived to here visit from hit Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Materi

12 78 COCO) HO 73 laws, it is said and Thanksgiving ger, of Congaroo township, Lexington brother, B. L. Johnson.Mrs. ,
South Carolina. Mr. Oellter'spateat
t 1:1: 70 6J: 70 11 73 on any other day than Thursday" county,Is a simple "box" Intended to be J. C. Coats caught a bass which Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
14 80 78 (W would, for a time, seem odd. placed on the tree and to catch the sup weighed over forty pounds, while fishing
1.1 81 73 71)80 71 Thanksgiving Day, says one ol as It flows from a contusion In the bark. from Miss Powe's dock on Tuesday. .and Painting Etc. Etc.
Repairing ,
8 74 First-Class
10 !
.
17 81 70 8-2: 73 our exchanges, is essentially a re.ligious The new patent Is a sheet Iron plate Mr. Rousne has bought the :Mary E..
Total rainfall for the week: 0.111 day, coming down to1S triangular in form and curved transversely Bnyan property .and moved there He -- - -- ---
of the
Departure from normal rainfall for tbe from the Puritans New England, from top to the bottom bottom the of point the late. has a fine place and got It very cheap.
triangle\ being )> FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAH
week: minus 0"- '' Inohos. Departure 1 among whom the day has been observed Sharp edges on the plate: allow It to be U. W. Matthews whose ad. appears ID TIlE SOUTHERN
rainfall since January ,,
from normal perhaps, two hundred years driven Into the tree, thus forming a box the ADVOCATE has shipped one of his
pins 0.05 Inches.HAL. Observer The announcement of it by the of which the tree Itself Is really one aide nice launches from Ba.com, 0., for hU
P. HAHOIN The cost of the contrivance will be trifling own use here this winter. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
the
---- - president, and after him, by with Its usefulness. ,
compared
---- governors of the several states, I h Mr. and Mrs. Avorlll and :Mr.! and :Mrs. .
WE are giving our readers a rest for there i is Salmon went over the first of the week *

from politics, as there is no excuse individual not but the a mere least formality power ,in either the DEATH/;: OF P. M. FISHER. ID Dr.Mr.and AverlU's Mrs. Chambers.fine launch and The called Doctor on Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk l Brick.....

for candidates forcing their president or a governor to enforce has one of the nicest pineries In this part.
4' claims on the people all their Thanksgiving Proclamation The 'rlmes-Union, of tho 13th Instant, Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone Xo.
publishes the death of Mr. P. M. Fisher,
Let us
advance.
these months in The people know this but they a former weil known resident of Titusvllle .THE ANHEUSER BUSCEL J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
talk about pineapples, oranges! vegetables usually choose to knock off from : Mr. P. M. Fisher aged fifty-nine .
and tourists where conies) who had both broken and - -
their customary labor on that day years legs wan -- --
t the dollars. and enjoy themselves In such manner Injured Internally by falling from a scaffold Brewing Asso's The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House in tlu Statt
one day last week died In this city
as to them seems desirable. A early yesterday morning. The funeral
FOUR carloads of century plants very small proportion of the great services were held from the chapel of Famous St.Lou U Keg and Hot- i
that were planted in the university number of Americans heed the inJunction Charles A. Clark at 3 o'clock yesterday, tied Beer Wm.::: A. Sours::: : & 0;

gardens at Notre Dame, Ind., were of their chief magistrate! under the auspices of the Grand Armyof Bold by Messrs.F.A.Looley and ?

recently bought by the World's to; give thanks to God for the blessIngs Mr.the Republic.Fisher wan a prominent member R.I. Motlo"",Titusville,FJa. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,

Fair management. Many of the they enjoy. Instead of that of the Labor Union Lodge, No. iOT>, of g By Mr.R.L. Motlow Cocoa Fla. ,

plants are ten feet tall. They will they are more wont to eat, drink this city. Those acting as pallbearers Meal\ and Fertilize
be used by the landscape architect and be merry. No doubt many "were" J. W. Higgins: J. W. Fawkner, J.M. JOSEPH ZAPF Flour, Grits,
J, II.
Simon, D Dowling, Stevens
in beautifying the fair grounds. sages of dyspepsia had their first iiiil J. J. tioldman. The Interment was e 112 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, KLi.ARM. .

cause in a Thanksgiving made In Evergreen Cemetery by Funeral Sole Agent.
sumptuous for funna Feed. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'yand Plant Syeb t<
WHEN grapefruit sells for $1.50) dinner, and the city\ treasury never Director Chas. A. Clark.
C 620 West Bay Street,
610 to :
I -
to $(}.OO per box, tangerines for $3 falls\ to receive a valuable accretion iiliI -

to $5, and oranges for $2 to $1, It From the fines for too much hilarity. Not n Sick nay Since. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

looks as if prosperity was returnIng It is but stating the truth to say "1 was taken severely sick with kidney Lumber and Building Materia
to this section of Indian River that there is very little solemnity trouble. I tried all aorta of mediiloos -
none of which relieved me. One F. LOSLEY
A.
About boxes of will about the general observance nowadays
25,000 oranges ,
lay I saw: an ad of your Electric Hitters Sash Doors and Winds Ih Irk. Lime and Cement Xails and Blinders\
be shipped from this section this / of the old Puritanical thanksgiving and determined to try that. After taking Ilaidware MA UHY'8 IIOUf PAINTS, {<'. W BIRD & ->(>>"*
SALOON.
winter. Hard timed are surely departing except it be viewed from a few doses I felt relieved, and soon THE BREWERY I'AKOIl ROOF1NQ AND :SilEATIlIN: PAPERS.

the standpoint of the innumerable hereafter was entirely cured and have UO W. Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Orders filled promptly. Write us for exilmntPH.\
boat of turkeys that sulfer from not seen a sick day ,lnue. Neighbors/ of EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY
mine have been cured of rheumatism -Imported and Domestlc-
Fla.
Is it not about time for the side- the headman's ax. nom'IIJliver:\; and kidney troubles andeueral General Ofliee at Knii Uallle.PIERC E and W"8'. Palm] Ue i
Titusvllle to This what It. F.HHSB Yards at EAU OAI.L1K, TITUbVILI.K:: FORT
walks anti streets of debility. Is
Wines Liquors& CigarsThe ______ _ un__ -
be cleaned up? At least let Julia TOWNS, like merchants, should of Fremont, N. C., writes. Only n

' street be put in good shape. If advertise in their local paper It lOc, at all druggists. & O'Hara
') the Council the shell World Renowned Anhetiaer Busch I Hodges ,
Town supply they want to prosper ; and 1 the Ai>- '

'j to till up the ruts in the roadway, VOCATK is one of those papers that /l a: WjEWEI I Brewing! Association's Famous ...Manufacturers and Dealers'\ ..
why cannot the dray men give n few every Indian River merchant of II I Beers on draught.

1 hours of their time to hauling the prominence should advertise Info :H AND SILVERSMITHS, East Coast friends be sure to call on me H1 Ld; CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBE
shell? how small the ad. When
matter '
k etc
'
41 West Uny Street, when In Jacksonville.HOUSEKEEPERS Crates, :Mouldings.iSinn/* "
and
Vegetable
Box !leads Fruit
a town la allowed to go cut of puh- Orange winVrl for price dellven
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff us
Volusia Record IlluO. Foo
TUB County
io notice through lack of BiiftaU.
energy largest stock In this section of country.Kstabllshed to any part of the :State.: Address! : Hodges & O'llara
the nail the head" whenit
"knpoka on and enterprise, the decadence of --
--
in 18(18.( --
says: "There are hundreds of hat; town has begun and nothing
people, from counties further north, hut well directed advertising, backed Send for descriptive catalogue. SEND TEN CENTS.

i living down the East Coast who by an Infusion of new life can For one of our PERFECTION MEASURING P. Ruhlinan: cSs C.

now have bank accounts, who before restore that place to its orlglimlHanding. TYPEWRITER REPAIRING.

going there, carried their little 'Ihus we IInd that the Jrivot Typewriter Exchange, CUPS, a money saver I ID 201 Washington St )l NEW YORK.

money with them in their pockets.The town Unit hm the county fair each your kitchen. U3: Murray Street. { N. Y.
Dyat I'pclmrclt HIilK., Jacknoiivllle, flu.
spending of millions in that fear, and improves it annually, be- Also Catalogue of useful articles from
:23; to 50 per cent saved on new and
section by FlngU has put many a :omf well known through that iccnnd hand typewriters and supplies. Factory to Kitchen.

poor Florida boy on easy street." nediuro. The town that keeps Its WK SELL TUB Fnterprise Supply Co. Oranges Pineapplesand
--- -- -------- nada in good repair propagates an Oliver Typewriter the Standard Vie ,

TUB: Live Oak Dally Democrat merest fort\ elf among all who ible and Bllckensderfara JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

for visit its.CLscs. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We
publication Monday -
suspended -- --- ---:; -- -

lack of patronoge.-Jaeksonvl11e represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish >II' rep

Metropolis. The Daily Democratis : up your lots and sidewalksn Seeds For Summer \ yea"-
Crops. Established
by no means the first paper that front of your houses, and show you also. Give us a trial shipment.

has "gone to the wall" since the hut you have the Interest of the

ADVOCATE started in business and own at heart. As a rule "Croak- ESTABLISH 1470.
it will not be the last. Should!:; ers" do very little towards the up- MllleU, Sorghums, Soja Beans, Velvet Beans, Peanuts, Chufas Teosinte, Giant

another daily start In Jacksonville, building of their town. Instead of Beggarweed, clean.

Q we predict there will be a chance running down" your town do CC1i.T IE.A.3: :. M. Lane & Son
for the Times-Union or Metropolisto lomething to benefit it. ,
t% outfit Whlpps, Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown Ladyflngers
buy a printing cheap ere Clean Bright Stock: ; Lowest Prices. Conch Teas, 35o I er qt., Postpaid; $1.29
many months, CELERY four feet tall and stalks peck; *4:"i':>> bushel. 250 WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.

of rhubarb four feet high; and five Poultry Supplies Stock Food Insecticides Garden Too'.s, Fertilizer '

CONUUESHMAN Hobt. W. Davis is inches thick will be exhibited at L. CAMERON, The Seed Store, Southern Fruit and ProducFLO'RTDTPINEAPPLES

always on the lookout for some- tbe World's Fair by Washington 1 14 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CARPFTSX. .
think that will benefit! Florida or gardeners to show the capabilities ,
-- !- -- -
its residents. One of his latest or the soil and climate of the great Com.iss .ori: eroh.ants.::
acts is to Introduce a bill In Congress lorthweitern state Where does

$ that provides that the Hoard ...'lorlJa come in? OUR SPECIALTY
of Managers of the Home of Disabled .

Volunteer Soldiers shall be W. A. Herren of Finch. Ark., writes, :Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on appllcatlOD
authorized and directed to locate a "''I wl.li to report that Koley'a Kidney;
branch of the Home at some suit !ure has cured a terrible cane of kidney (My Fall Stock Arriving Dally.
an.1 bladder trouble that two (doctor
able point in this State, the land ) h..1 given up." Sold' by U. II. Wilson & More New Patterns to Show Than Ever. CLAR1t
surrounding such home to be not beln, TilusvlllA. MASO3ST: M.: : ,

less than 300( acres In extent. The

Lome would be called the "Home" I>ac\\ln County Land for Sale. :XVCTOJS: :H.TJC3-S S 110 Murray Street and 160 West Street, :NEW YORK
Volunteer
for Disabled Soldiers
-r Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season sizes from 6x9 to 0x13. New
and all honorably discharged soldiers For sale l ,cheap the northeast quarter t
sailors and marines who served 01 outbeut quarter of suction 3, town- Tapestries, New Body Brussels New Wiltons, New Smyrna, My Fruit and Produce Commission I1erCh
In the war of 1812, Florida In. ahlp 38, south of rang 41 east; close to stock Is the largest. My prices are the lowest. Mattings: Linoleums
i lian wars and the Spanlib-Ameri 0. K. Wood's pineapple plantation oneu Portion, Shades Cocoa Mats, Rubber Mats, Bath Room Mats and Art

can war, who are disabled br age, AL.otb.Lucia River northeast;40 acre quarter of northast Squares UWill be glad to send samples and quote prices.) SPECIALTIES : .

disease or otherwise who are incapable quarter of section 13, township 83,
of would jatb of range 41 east; on south fork oftn. Florida Oranges Grapcfl'UlExtra
earning living, Pineapples
Tie. eligible for admission to the Ladle Hirer CRAG;40 acre 11. WALTON Apply,to : 3E.: CL .RK, ,

.home. TUusTllle, Fla. 27 WEST FOR3TTH ST. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Early Beans and Vegetables.




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EAST; COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 20, 1903. :GOL )

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Stuart. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
Eden. Melbourne.


C. Munch :rv.r.a'Er.:8: :: ::8:8:: <:>5. .i
i* <>Waveland, was calling on Kd. Andrews paid Eden a Hying visit _
friends here tills week. Sunday/ Subwilptlons for the ADVOCATE, t
the pink paper of the East Const, will be :
Commodore and Mrs Bessey visited Mr. COBS entertained a pleasant partyat received at the Melbourne Potttoince. WHOLESALE GROCERS : ?\\1'

frlejids at Jensen, Sunday. the :Xetherby last week. i 4

YOUR Rev. Tompkles and wife were guests Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cureton returned RICH1RD W (1OUDB,-Kaal Instate, Notary
() at the Riverside during their hero luMo! and Cnnveyftiicor. Agent for .tCrna, Fruit and Produce Jobbers. I1
stay from Jacksonville last week. Liverpool and muonuitl fllolx, Hartford ami
siLL Saturday and Sunday. Providence washington Fire Insurance Cmupul -
,CE: Mrs. W. F. Richards went to Palm .... special atttmtton 'paid to the Intereats -
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Galligher, relativesof Beach on Sunday to visit friends there. ot non.ronldftnta.IK .
Mr. and Mrs. Hancock, are expectedto Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

py U3)NG) AICE arrive here on /Saturday.It. Miss tlalnlin who has been visiting V.. A. I'E It-I'livmc'IAN AM> HUHOKOX.HmUlonre *

Johns Mre..lohn Miller for a few days, left for Molbourne. At Eau, Ualllu, every' WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. 'Ii
PAD aud li. I.. Beville returned Fort Pierce on Tuesday.Mr. afternoon. Jf:,
from their hunting trip Monday. They 9

"brovisVow.8 cooker killed four deer on the trip. and Mrs. Calwell and daughter, of i GUll Iloke has returned from his trip PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY. e
tiype: I"aud St. Lucio, have moved Into one of the ,
rVteat! cleft uer. Christensen Bros., of Brooklyn Fla., W. F. Richards cottages last week. North. Sood Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Tea In season. I.t
|lee were In town uead.iy. They expect to Mrs. Ida rite foW' booklet to ageulpti locate here in the near future. Goo. Cureton expects to leave for his Titusville Tuesday jl We solicit" consignments of Fruits and' Vegetables' '"

home in Cuba "Ol>n. Wo will\ miss him .
.. .. .
TI111.w11.m ---- ---- -- -- -- ----
John --- -- -
---- -- -
I 'WAlroN.: !! Michaels will move Into his new very much. Wonder if George will miss Frank Gautier the popular commercial -- I 1 1t

residence this week. Contractor Jones any of us after he leaves?? traveler wan In town Tuesday. Eau Gallie.
is putting on the finishing touches.
Judging from all the propitiations going Mr. and Mis. Chandler and family, of
O. W. Thomas is applying paint to his on, we think hat the little bird told Massachusetts, will soon bo in Mel\

[ Palm Beach. residence on U avenue. Mr. Thomas us must be true, viz: We will be able to bourne. Showers during the past week and nil

est believes in having everything in apple get a ilrst.class Thanksgiving dinner at Miss Mattie May Iloke la spending a truck gardeners busy

pit uidev. the Xetherby this year. few days with Mr. and Mr. Will Hoke Miss King visited her home people al it

,mm trims are bringing our angel B. O. Ball and George Johnson have The Ladle Aid Society bold their regular at Fort Pierce. Hardeville last Sunday: "

,.>il''"' joined the Itsblng craws this week. They meeting' on Monday. There will be Mr. and Mrs. James McCoy, of Clover- Archdeacon Brown was the guest 01 'el III

1.8 lie vut lan barrister t Is 'me Hulling the last "2J.V.., wish them an extra meeting on Monday, Nov lard: dale, Ind., have rented the Episcopal Rectory Mr. and Mrs. McMillan on Sunday lost. 1 u \'

1:1I "I's, ii" da)* on legal; but.1- good luck.Admiral. to arrange for an oyster supper, of which for the winter dt
j The Hatassas of Melbourne Ir
was
due notice will be given later. ,
GIHIs, U. S. N., retired, and Miss Viola Horton went to Fort Pierce our harbor Tuesday last, Prescott Well
'UoiiiHi lli"IIf! has .returned from his site wane piiMHcngois on atul""y's There are seventy-five pupils on the the first of this week to visit her sister, on board. .

-.ftr.i\fi'\ 'U England; among her itoulhbouud ti.uu, going/ LU Meiblnrne Jensen school roll. We have many pu Mrs. Win. Jackson. jolly
carried 01 LOOK TO YOUR EYES.
,ill'' 'is much belief!tied b>' Lt> t>eud the winter pile and more coming In all the time. Capt. Colby a party '
Imni. We have two excellent teachers but Ducks are here by the millions. They /guests over to the Ocean Beach Sunda; If suffering from any eye defects or weak: s
Jroe'Ii. Judge: Hancock aud family boarded need another we come so close to the shore small boys In his yacht, the Plnta. sight call at my new well-appointed optical
teacher in order to do good
Lnnh.Irranddtighter l Miss their, iauucli, Egypt, :h.iUud.i, and throw stones at them.
?, | work. The Widgeon left for the Canavera I Institute. Special:: complete lens it
r ,,,..Io\v. Miss\ I,'dohat t, spent the day llshiug on the vauoim lisltitig '
1'iruri, oj 1 grinding olitflt In connection
Dr. A, Henley[ and wife, of Fairmont Club house Friday Messrs. Kdwiudu:
,
grounds of the liver.J. .
Loin Enislind for the postjear, Mrs. R. R. Kicou and two of her lady
): Ind., are now snugly settled in their attractive and Gaston were on board In.) K. II. ARMSTRONG I
Im, nc., nn to art snulis. s+lie It. IIuskiuH\ of B.illlstou, N. Y., lends drove down to WaWa on Tuesday, winter home on Melbourne avo 11 Laura St. Jacksonville, Fin a r'w '
irmiv ulcom.-d by her youutfliieudi spent several days here this week, visit. and thence across the river by boat to Capt. John Edwards Is In Eau Gallie, ,
lug fiieudt. Mr. JlankiiiH is much Stuart. They all enjoyed the trip very W. R. has one of the best The Captain has charge of Dr. C. G

Ll Buinham have pleased with our locality.Mr. very ranch, had dinner at thc Stuart house, vegetable! gardens in town. At presenthe Weld's houseboat, the Wldgoon. w
ills N S.: and did Walter Kltching's has flue beans lettuce
some shopping at string new turnips, Rockledge.
the south Revival hold In tin
tilie Nelson house on and meetings are being
Mrs. John Michael and child store. While waiting for the boatman etc
Lr The DoctorslOllvloi it!. E. Church on Highland avenue The
wilier year. ren, of Foil Pierce, were pleasant visitors they watched the seine fishermen Messrs. Hughes and Francis, of Smith- a
from ; Rev. hawk is conducting the services.
B, swings gracefully here this week, stopping with their haul their nets, and came to the conclusion ton, Pa., have rented the Rodvs cottage/ The AUVOOAIK subsetIbois me slowly
Lrlngs, calm and hoard serene of as in though West relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kitching.E. that you need not try seining on the on West Point and will soon be here to The F.. G. L. society will\ moot nt the I but surely returning to Rocklodgo 1
Bines were never St. Lucie liver unless swim. Baptist church Tuesday next the :11th: '
you can the
spend winter.
HfachIrcPettltt, Simmons, the boat builder, has Inst. An Is being, A. Wheeler from New Haven, Conn.,
sold his launch, and will commence to R. W. Goode hall rented his Fountain Interesting program arrived on the afternoon train on Sun
of Philadelphia, return- ANXIOUS MO\lENTS.-Some: of the prepared.
build another at once. Be has more Height piece 10 L. H. Waters, of West day. (
Him winter home, Pelican Lodge, work than he can attend to and has to most anxious hours of a mother's life Virginia Wo extend a welcome to Mr. Capt. F. K. Colby Is having a handsome J. A. Irwin and family recently arrived, ,
1 joutli shore of Lake Worth, last work over time.Weather are those when the little ones of the Waters and his family.W. awning put on the quarter dock 01 f r and are now occupying their pleasant K'
I George W. Bacon will follow in household have the cioup. There Is nn the Plnta. This will add much to the home on the
lima, '1'hesetwogentlemen have, permitting there will be Episcopal other medicine so effective in this torn T. Wells and wife have returned comfort of the vo"ul, aveniio. r 'I

unique!< home, and their hospital service here next Sunday. Every. ble malady as Foley's Honey and Tar from their summer home at Lake George; John F. Blood and Mrs. K. E. Nutting t !
iniveibiallladitis' body Is invited to attend this special ser- It U a household favorite for throat and N. Y. We are glad to have them back Frank Stone, of the Fisher Companyhas ,' arrived on Saturday afternoon, and have ,1 "f
devening vice. It Is expected that we will\ \ have lung troubles, and as It contains no opi- In their beautiful home In Melbourne. I left for the Fort Lauderdale branch u, rented the I'owo cottage for the season J }
Owl Whist Club was o- ot tbe firm. The yawl Rosa Otto has also .t"
regular services in the future.
near
Illy entertained Monday ates or other poisons, it can be safely Mrs Jamas Hamilton, Mrs. F. A. left for tho South with a cargo of fish I I Mrs. t:;. C. Cook and daughter, I'etnrn l! +
|c and Mrs. John Beach. It waa Mr. and fill'''. Arthur Hogarth arrived given. Sold by B. R. Wilson &: Son. Stickler, of Ptttsburg; Mrs. M. (I. Fetter supplies til home from visiting her father's family '

ieman'i' night," and twelve of the I Monday night. They are glad to get ------ and Mrs. A. B. Gibson, of New Castle, at "'aukotnlleI&8t\ ,Saturday after \ ,1

Tr ex entered the contest for dupll- back to dear old Stuart, and will spend Fort Pierce. Pa., are the pleasant quartetto who are Three hundred hogs were shipped I noon ''f 1 1; 1
ttat After twenty four boards I at least six months here with their parents now in tho Moore house. from Eau Gallie\ this week. The urea t II R. Shares: and wife and Paul Shares I '

eO played the"Owls" served de- Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hogarth. was consigned to points south of this arrived on Saturday "afternoon, and are .' '
The ladles who for the (
are working and were olf the ranches to the west 01 !
(refreshments. The rod and reel fishermen aro still Donor! Holmes, of Fort Drum, brought Chautauqua Bazaar, met last Tuesday Eau Gallie. very busy )prepailug the New Rocktedgo .' '

L Zipf has perfected plans for aline having good sport with the finny tribe,, In a load of oiaugt-s on Tuesday. afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. J. F. hotel for the coming season.A. .

building on Banyan street, :Micephoad, bluefish, sea trout, etc, aie Hunting parties are all the fashion Campbell. Hereafter, the ladies will C. Alnsworth and a party of hunter H.l \Moiwlnaud wife, Miss Gillette
h(lie lake The size of the build- quite plentiful. The professional net now, some bringing In quite large bagsof meet In Educational: Hall every Tuesdayand were out on the prairies West of Kai and Miss B. Wallace arrived, Tuesday "
llbe-llxiKi feet. Part of the sec- fishermen are getting some pompano and Friday afternoon *" Galllo lost week, ; very little laigegnme afternoon, and will occupy the Merwln i

f\ir will be used by Mr. Zapf forinlly Spanish:! mackerel.A game.The was met, but quail showed up In fair cottage. Mr.I \MorwIiYand wlfo will, la

residence, and is to be fitted York which ADVOCATE still holds Its own as A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONY quantities. a few days, leave for their home at
New publishes t
Immptiiuus style, both In furnish- daily the list of paper vessels entering New the largest, all-home-pilnt paper in the N. Patterson, night policeman, of Nashua -, Eau Gallie Is Oiling up fast with out Kdon.Rov.. +

nid modern conveniences. This York harbor from Long island sound, county of Brevard. la. writes, "Last winter I had a Northern friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. GKedstonu R. I.. Molly, of Baltlmoie, Md.,

ium' evidently bad much confidence, runs the list under the sterotyped head, Rov. Mr. Weathers held services, mornIng bad cold on my lungs and (rlod at least a of Olean/ N. Y. are the latex I Is oxpuclod tin Thuisday, and he wishes 3
1 future of West I'alm Beach. "Passed Through Hell Gate. Recently and evening In the Methodist church half dozen advertised cough medicinesand arrivals they are domiciled at the rest! to hold a service at the Chapel on Fri. I 1

Lior and Mrs. E. N. Dimick are, an error occurred and the heading was I to good congregations. had treatment from two physicians dunce. of E. Spiller: day evening Ho will conduct services
without getting any benefit.. A friend at tho Chapel nt 1 11 I o'clock on Hundny .
lutly the death notices. .
located In the Roys cottage placed over Archdeacon B. K. Brown, of Titus- Tbe new" Methodist church on Highland
recommended Foley's Honey nnd1'ar.. morning and also at 'J o'clock Sunday
on
gtura street Their hosts of friends avenue was opened for service 01 ,
at the, vllle held services in Andiewscburcb
The following guests registered and two thirds of a bottle cured mo 1 I I
ithlza deeply with them In the losefir Pitts W. J, last Sunday evening to a fair Sunday evening last; Rev hawk of loin t- evening t
Stunrt houso this week: U. : congrega consider it the cough \n.llllo/o "
beautiful home on the West C. Gautler J. :8. Lion greatest" /{ 0(1.' Sunday school will\ also bo hold lithe Mr. and \Mrs II. J. Rossi tor arrlvodnn j w
Whltner F. Gautler. medicine Sold
In the world. by B. R. ,1
I On the aud Mrs train front Obeillo Ohio d
return of Mr. Jacksonville chinch In futuio.The Tuesday's t
|'idniKhter and her husband, Mr.aiteece LePils, Henry Andeisou. ; Miss ;Madge Bell left, last Saturday' Wlison, : son, Titusville Tlioy will occupy the Harvey, cottage In v +
Savannah Mrs. It. It. Kicou, K.: I. 1, In the Math
(
II. met
Lcgg, ; visit her Society
plans will be perfected for California, on a to RIandmother. -- -- -- ---- a few days Mis. O. F. Carter will ho ,
Jensen; Mrs. Miller, Eden; Oeo. Light We wish her bon and a odist church Tuesday ovenl nit last. The I
a reljiilliiiiu of their hospitable voyage: along/ In a week or two, and will be lo- r
thE foot, St. Louis; Christensen' Bros., Brook safe return. Braptley.R. program wan IninrnHtlug. Tha proceed cattitl I at the with I 111 ,
recent-
J"ID lame site of the one ; Gttrvey cottage, r .
lyn, Fla., B. F. Cockran, Geo. Cunning rage were concluded by a lecture on temperance
rayed I b tlie. and ]lira Rossller.
\ ham, Palatka. The /Stuart house ha6jUlt I Large quantities of mackerel have! \by Ku.. Hawk. \

nee ,:imiuo at Palm Beach Is un opened for the winter season under been caught lime the last week, which J. Booth! of Eden, arrived on the Saturday, on the afternoon train, G.S. .
lamruciiim, and Is said to be suI the management of Mrs S. Kitching, olbe f, makes up for the otherwise poor lulling( launch Cora, Tuesday, with Capt Ro- The Rochester, Capt. Bennett ownercanlud 11 at due, aucominnlud| by 1>1'V.. L

I In ipiiointmculs, and comfort, baa tain, and we predict for the house, at present. gero in charge, a. jolly party over to tho t"mchIIn Hugltlftt, with Mlvs Grace Ilardoo, tholrInvalid

ie"if ''iiMi' year. Some foifr hun, a goodly share of this souson's business. Quite a cool wave from the north visited Mr. Rlnggnld bagged; :' large fat ducks Quite Sunday a uutnbor last returning were on/ In hoard tho eventuK and the, arrlvod ; and although Miss

Imh n ms will be finished and .- us on Wednesday aftenoon, blinking: the first of this week and divided with trip was much enjoyod. (J 1110. Is very Ill I, she stood the. trip hotter ,
(ej'ul, every convenience. The Foloy's Honey and Tar always stops In the fish boats, tint wet ollt muckerrl his neighbors than was exppctnd. It U earnestly
|'i g; wli, be two sloiios high, amiI )d the cough and heals the lungs. Refuse fishing, with all speed." Archdeacon 11. F. Blown, of Titusville, hoped I by all her filnmls that the change ;
ore ail! hiv(' the exclusive use ol substitutes bold by B. K. Wilson: son. The Misses\ Julia, Genie, Rosa and Bertha help services In Nt' John's church on and getting homo may do much to re- In
[PHI, ,n: and balcony, a feature The Woodmen of the World hold
Pill 'M mucus nppicclatud by the regular meeting on Tuesday, Charles last of tho week some very \beautiful tnuslo. Win. .
Mr. briber who his
'. 'up( i Goo Andrews has do- Jensen. Noble, of Plant City ; and Mr. Latham, '!'y Lauder presided at the organ. was bringing ,
Initiated into the R. B. Stewart was In Titusville on business launch up the St. Johns River to Lake
of this town were .
fnnnj) new plans In the ortice, for -- ------ -
last weok Ills bean farm Is look. PoliiMott, arrived on Tuesday: afternoon,
y-ting ''he wishes of his guests: and I mysteries Woodcraft. Ing line after the recent rains Thure Is no cough medicine so pope and reports' being tumble to get his. bunt 1 a
1 ass management the casino, ;Mr. Shelton, of Birmingham, Ala., h Mr. and Mrs. John Michael and family liar .us Foley's Honey and Tar It con- through, bacausu of tho hyacinths. They f '
t will,! if more" popular than ever. visiting\ his old friend, Jas. Neal, and, left us, Wednesday 1 I'll. Michael and Mrs. II. 1) Booth and sons, Otis and trains. bo oplatns or .poisons. and never have blocked the river completely' lie (.

looking over the country with an eye to family for tile present to the Narrows, week David to, of spend Callahan. the winter, Fla., came here. down last falls to cure Hold by Wilson A Sun was able to got as far as. Salt Lake, about r 1

h'l) UODe) and Tar for coughs and I business. while Mr Michael goes; to prepare for --- ------ eight miles from Titusville, and will j
reliable tried and tested, safe and I Superintendent of Public InstructionH. them a new home In the interior of the Mrs C. L. Stewart, of Banyan, present. have to transfer his bout over laud to

I Sola n u u. Wilson & Son. E. Mims is visiting our popular schoolat 'state. We greatly deplore such a nice td a beautiful bouquet red and yellow Indianola. Indian River. Mrs Sulher, his. wife, has. ;

-- Jensen this week. The school has I family leaving us. They will be greatly chrysanthemums to our teacher Mix taken rooms In the Wooteu cottngo.Goorgiana. .

Increased to seventy-live pupils. missed from our midst. We wish them Martin, l last !Bunday.: ---.
White City. all success in their new venture. Messrs. M\ lot and Reed were shipping
Mr. Hellier and family, of Minnesota. Monday evening a large: wild cat was pineapples Monday. ,
have returned to Jensen to live on their ------ -- seen by Mrs. Booth and Miss. tewart.
last winter" P'IUE-KnowlnlC what' It was to suffer, li born Mr. Mis. Blslme, of Lotus, was the guest -
lone pineapple farm purchased Something: m feasting on
v [ was up frOm Jensen last. from D. E. Austin. They will remain I will give FREE: OK CMUKGE:, to any :Stewart's chicken lately of ..Mm J. !M. Field lust week C. I). Provost shipped some line tangerine .

through the winter months here. uflllctnd, a positive cure for Kcomu,8altKheum ------ MU Myra Williams, of e, / last week 'hey are coloring up *
Erysipelas, Piles and Skin dis week i
e menuerfer seised was home Sunday The Indian River and Lake WorthPineapple eases. ,Invtantrelief.' Ion'tsulferlong- PHYSICIANS: PRESCRIBED IT.- was visiting Mrs.' John Mlot this uluoly now, I INrs. M +

Growers' Association Is In er, write F. W. Williams, 4UII< Manhattan Many broad-minded physicians prescribe Services. at tho church next Sunday, Lena Hall(, and daughter.; Miss\ r
W'II' and,) p4u, Watkins, of FortIIer session at Jensen to-day (Wednesday), Ave., :New York. Jrole,'. Honey and Tar and as they have never both morning .and evening. Preaching E:-a. ware culllug/ at Dr. WittIIId's HUII- f IP iI :

I aiiers here last Sunday. with General Agent E. P. Porcher at the found so safe reliable a remedy by lIev. H, II. Sturgis. day afternoon.OrttiKlma. i y
has been but little business for throat and lung/ troubles as this great;
Christensen started for Demand I helm. There St. Lucie. medicine bold: by B. R. Wilson d: Son. Bartram Held took a party' of Indian- White wan" II ">l"asaut caller '
f. when' In to obtainsiii done so far. at All'''. I Hughes'( Mrs. I ,,1IUIII\ Airs. d
expects I olaltes, thirteen In all, over to Cocoa,
,Centering.. The entertainment at the Town Flail Tuesday' In his new sailboat. All enjoy Win. Wlttfel 'R recently v vMr.
'
Dung people gave Miss Kenton a, on the 13th Inst. given by Mrs. John Several shark of large size have recently Lotus. ed the .all, and pronounced the boat a* Carter and family and Mr. and

part Saturday evening. All Miller\ of Eden, for the organ fund for been hooked at the inlet. all right Mrs.' Hlmmons spent a tnont/dellghtfijl .
a 'er> the public school, was a grand uccess. Joe Field's alst last Thursday day at the bench Sunday .
pleasant time. of :01.85 was realized. The Mr. Trowbrldge, mother and son, of T. G. Ronald, K. W. Capron and H. A. : birthday, < '
a Dllmbel' The sum have arrived to Osteen shipping tangerines this week. Nov. I2lb; was cvlebrsted In fine Nearly everyone Is busy this beautiful r l
of
i our people enjoyed following was the program : Preston, W. Va., lately style In the evening by friends and 1 '
".nt ""' 't' Mr. and Mrs. Spill Sung,. . .f. ,By the School. spend the winter here. Mrs. R. O,t en came, Saturday, from neighbors from miles around gathering weather making garden planting beans. : I 'f+
the for market.
?con tierce road, Sunday. Recitation, Mackerel fishing Is quite good at present the middle of the State to spend the at the Club house ; from there quite a tomatoes: etc.,
Frederlckson, Tyndall, winter with S. A. Osteen and Mrs' A, r.. Bruner and daughter. Miss : }
j' u t 1\11\ neighbors went on an Elnora IIullFrank and considerable. activity\ regardto family.It number accompanied by Mr. Koeiger, 1 ,
liiint' Essie has been shown. with his bandoline, marched over to Mr. Until, and the teacher, Miss. Mattie 1.
laiurday laden the same Impossible to bean
returning Ji seems /get any
Miss
i lei Solo, ejRecitation O'N..al. out driving and calling
[ iou bivalves from Vero. They Instrumental seed of the seed houses Field's packing house, where they found were on .
of Philadelphia from any anywhere
Lucie Club men, .
III II loud The St. Joe busily packing and took friends In the north end of town, atIJI'-
, beds at thai and truckers at standstillfor oranges
oyster are at
Miss Ida Hull. their for their nor. ,
took departure
Edwards, afternoon ; :
I Miss Edith : want of seed. him completely by surprise. IC lay t I
We understand
Baker. last Friday. Indulged
j and Mr. Walter them homes to the Club house, dancing was Ezra Hlmmons' aDd wife of Keuoitliu.VI t\ .}.
r>
E. Austin have are expectedto James and Robert Chesscr Archie
re- another large party ,
Duette,
In until\ the sma' hours of the I '
wee night.Kefrnnhmenfs last anti
l"rom tan I nn, where they spentjraei Miss Mablo Booker. arrive about Nov 2nii.Mr. Moody and C W. Wilkinson hied them. wore served during the '> ., arrived' burcday of week "?'t Ii'
among their pineapples. Solution" MU. Lucy selveatothe peninsula on a two days'bunt are comfortably settled In their cozy cot ,
Farmswortb Mr. and !Mr. 8. B. evening, and all joined In wishing Joe ,
.. ( taje. W. gladly welcome them back 0\\
them but late that
gha' .ee back In their Neal- Louis Ricou.Instrumental report are nothing/
and Mrs. O. Hopkinsand happy returns of the day.
"J Solo. Miss Jessie :Miller. Phillips and Mr. WM killed, although' there were plenty many again for the winter. They are already .j t'
Ernestine Hicou. son, of Bnckhanuon, W. Va., are at of deer. plaDlnfor/ more Improvement, building ::1:1a
Wi an+ n of and (1 Recitation' winter and are livingin signs/ "
a literary o- St. Lucie for the chimney and a boat house, etc.IfB !
"".:'let' was effected last Friday Clarine Wolf, Maud f\1ler.\ the house recently occupied by Capt. The land deals for the past year at this Viking.

am 'ffic err were elected as folafsen Song ,Scbool." Chase and family. We I learn Mr. Phillip. place show that Lotus is not on the IAIUHyEr t,
; Buggies Family. COULD ( m'-I-.
t'f '" :. ."The downward pull F:. R. Provost having:
Mrs. Play, out large groveat "
a orange
,ten -ice-president, president; the program refreshments were expects to put purchased several acres from II. J. Allen Quite a number of the Vlblngltes< attended 11. Duffy, of Ashley, III., writes. "This '
1\\'lilt :Annie ; J. M. Orrel,, serVed and then dancing was indulged St. Lucie.J sod 11. A. CurtlM, and now come the services In Onto on Sunday I. to certify that I have taken two but. t t' II
ji7! Gustafsen, treasr8Jlr" Ics of Koley's Kidney Cure and It has. l'
Fruit and Produce
o'clock. Indian River Co. (Mr.
until "
impbell Lamont and In : Daniels from the Island
Mr.
great > ."truui Wrecks. came up helped than other medicine
deserve me more
sere children J. A. Flske of New York and Mr. T. G. any
school "t, r
'Ppomted The
to draft consti- and returned In the
dby''aws'' The ; a credit for their well displayed help In Carelessness Is responsible for many a Ronald, of Lotus,) which has purchased on Sunday morning I tried many advertised remedies, butnone "'I y
next
meeting evening.
held )1 entertaloment. credit I. due wreck and the same causes are the property known all the W. A. Ronald of them gave( me any relief. My 4
.i rhursdaythe26thwhen: the of Eden and the good railway wrecks of sufferer fromthroat Wa will eat our Thanksgiving/ dinner Iruaglst recommended .'0Ie1'. Kidney A
.ltrarr! John Miller\ human grove.
'tDJO'lDeD will\ be a part of the Mr.. who toOk part In helping to make making/and lung trouble Bat since the by tbe Indian River this year Have not Cure and It has cured me. Before commencing +

people entertainment a uccess. advent of Dr. King's New Discovery for MANAGER WANTED to this county heard from the.turkey yet, but If It does Its use I wan in such a shape :;
'Il't the coughs and colds even the and adjoining territory, to represent and not put In aa appearance, we will have hat I could hardly get up when once) a>
Itespeet t oi consumption, of to take Its Coma down." Sold B. Ie.. Wilson d Son. ) I '

lamefa. when youth falls to the resignation is no necessary. .Mrs.( house of solid financial standing. Salary and join us.

reps? respect for oid age, bat Burner. an ugly OnnVLlE cot on Lois Cragg, of loner Mass., Is one $21 weekly, with $3: check for expanses Two of our boys received quite a scare Are You Going North }
ntr'JfePius.thTheeyout Dr. I leJoTj! Franklin of many whose life\ was saved by Dr. paid each Monday by direct from on Tuesday evening. Tbey ware returung. -
rn off developed a stubborn nicer unyielding. King's New Discovery. This great remedy LeaquarUrs. Expenses advanced and about dark, from the river, and meta Get your tickets over the Clyde Line,
' 110 muter how severe and fir oto doctors and remedies for foul'jre.rs. U guaranteed for all throat and lung horse and baggy furnished when necessary large wildcat la the road. It Is hardto from Jacksonville to New York. '

t' f :: **'. Dyspepsia, jaunp. Then Bcklen's Arnica Salve skin diseases by all druggists. Price we, and ; position permanent. Add res Press l tell which was the most scared-tba CHAS H. WALTOX, Agent, j V

p I. lltipatlon! aU yield to this I i. just as good for burns 25c atoll, scalds druglsta.$ ,l.()(). Trial bottles free. dent, MO Monon Building Chicago, 111. boy or the cat. 'Tltusvlila JT*.
v -e at all drug stores eruptions and piles. i f Y I

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Free and DEMANDED EVERYWHERE. i r y Florida' : East Coast

Accented Masons. American ATrakvnlnic to Ib* V.l.. Ry.
Ip
of Good lllicbTrara.Tlio .
-, awakening of America to the LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct. 10
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? value of good roads. 1i U one of the most 0 ,
No. 00Titiinvlllo SOUTNMUNO-READ DOWN.
Indian 0 *. '
t r remarkable things of the last deoade r 4:- x=::::==_ NOATNO__ OUNOIli 0
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River // For perhaps twenty-nveyears/ tbe voice -' 9 I No.8e No.29 ITATIONS. No 98 7r. ::.
aF Da1 Daily
of tbo prophet hall been beard here and ?' I b., NO.7'1
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Flor\f1B.
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Lodge. there In the United States an In Masnucbnupttn )7T. e i "D08p.40aL .. ..............T"I.11r..on. III, .. . . .1. -
Hold Its mooting* the IlInon,1 and fourth Friday and :. S.. ... ....... .. ..... .... ... ..... A y.) _,.7 700pa ,
of each mouth a* their room, Indian /Itlver and New Jersey perhaps NV ,x8 pd06as. .-.. .........Bt.Augnatlno. .. .. .. ..?. L\ .i-s DC7p
Hotel Titus 'Ilia, at 7:311 o'olm'k: p. ui. elsewhere) but practically these were r -11:18.: .. ............ .. ? Hastings... .... ... I" : '" 1 'Op
J. I. rarriithorn Wnr+ ....t r. .Utlla .. .. ... . ...IC.: Patatka . . ; 02
T. H. Bahdxr., Honlnr garden. the voiced of men crying out In the J "ffill ; Imo Ar . .. .. ... ...t'ah.tka.. ... .. r.vl" 41'I .. I .p
H. W. Carroll. Junior Warden. WlltlcniPHK.I F 1tleeLv... .. . . .... ....llIlk.. .. .. .. . I, !
J. M. Olxon, Tr-uHiirar. travel has brought I m Qoi. : s t-SOp -Ir..8.." ::11M..... ... .. :: .. t"Arl" I" "PJ3 1'
V. Foreign acquaintance -
K.A.. Brown Morgan Chaplain.Honrotarjr.It. g. si .. .. .. x d 1i) a.L..S".. 10\.1.... .. .. ... A, '. '
J. R. Walkur, Hunlor IWanon.V with foreign,; good roads. and men ( ....!!" mfj; n3pLv..N"..... ... ..... 30 I
W. B"herts, .rumor IMmuon.. have' come back determined to do their : r818pf1I38P .. .. . .. ......Bun..I1". ... ... Ly'. '. ICtj
F. M. Taylor 8onli Htowaril., .20..11. Up. .................. .D"p"hl.. .. . ... . Ou PI
F. A. 1-onloy, nnlor Steward. utmost to transform the United Stated' ._.. .... .... .Orm..nd .... .. ... .. I. !
)M. B.: KiiKllnli, Tylor. iiis s 9 0l p a l :17 p. ................. Daytona .... .. ... .: I : 3 4 p
_. ___ from a land of highways so bad that .9 I . .. ...PortOrangs. .. .. .. ... .I. :: :aptas.
.4 language falls to do justice to the sub !! a/ p. Dp.. .................Newm'' rna.. .. ..... : : .. i 4 I : : : :11P:,
r IlONp I2 I' ...... ,..... Oak 11111. ... .. .. .. ,
THE MASH FEED. ject Into highways so attractive that --a ..0 18 p s 08 p .... ...... ... 'Tltuanlle. .. .. .. .. 'I I .'" '
-- 8:11)) P s 8 3h p. .................. .0"0"... .. .. ... ... .. I'. : llpeo.
... .. everywhere there Is ease of transportation / IE7"izlMYr m i ill f 838p .. ..... ........... .Roekl.dg. .. .. ... .... .. ,. : 33 p1o .
A Poultrymnn. Wl><> E.prrleoco and of communication and the ? ': .U 1Ia. 05 p.. ....................... ualtla..... ... .. .. li: PISCHKDTJLES
Airalii't It. v... : gym alls./13p. .... ........... .M.Ilwurne .. .. .. .... .. .. .I I 'IBCSp|i
Joy of living, In the country without a w el.At.163is ...... ........... .Cs.Uastlan. .... .. .. .. I.. ". -' *&
I sec quite often your remarks In re- fueling absolutely cut off: from access .. 1901 s t a.o" ........... .St. Lufe.e .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ., ",... ?' ,
9 8 .............p... .Ft. ... r 18a
gard to feeding always upr-aklng! about Us o alp l'l.r08. ... .. . '
to the city.Nowhere. -I:- t I 1.s.If 813 p ,. ....... ... ..I......Tbhale/. ... .. .. . .. .iii" I'' ".; I 01
bow very Important u iiniHli Is In a ra Is this movement for good :: 11 t941..817p....... ... ............Eden. .... .... . .. .:. i"," ; ,Ii.1 ;
Tri-Weekly Sailings I ..IIa.80hp ........ .......... Jen".n ... ...... . .. 11 "I', ada : ,'
tion. I am going to give you my experience roads more remarkable according to tiaR.eg3 p ... .. .. nt..r, .. . .. . nsI '
the' Manufacturers' Record than In the .. f8S. 811} ......... .. ....HnbeSound/ .. .. .. . : i' Kit '!
BETWEEN and NEW YORK.Calling ca .g s 8(1t 7UP ...... .. .... .. Wr.6 Jupiter..... .. . //.1. Ny, '
I fed a mash for two yearn, always south country. This begin in the region JACKSONVILLE s. 4 .. s s 717 p. ..... ... ......\\,".1 Palm euh. ... ... ," I s '
south of the Potomac with the = 'I .41O..aup ........... ... .. .B"yllton. .. ... ... .. ;! i-a
tor the that whenfed "
fed at noon reunon ... ..... .... 813 _
llsW
i: .IIMa..llp Delray .. .... .. .. : : 1
In the morning hens would sit projection and construction of interur- at Charleston. S. C., both ways) i. .1I1I1..07p. .......... .FI. ..auderdale..... .. ... .... . .n 902 ,: 4151e I
Linn trolley IIin-s. The trolley lines ta3Na./Iep. ........ ........ .H.II.Rdale.' ... .. .. ",8 33'09 II, VI.
around during the coldest part of tbe ... ...... "\ ''rBAMTOKD :
Service .. sees .gt 7p. .LemonClty. .. ..; &
the Coastwise f' r riJ
day. So I foci mixed; grain |In straw now amounting to thousands of miles The Finest Steamships in e 7 0G51L1 plAr./ .. .. . ... . Miami . . .T., + :. .001'I 10 i. g I
followed the determination
In tho total are by
hustling -
litter mornings! and kept hens ; : OF BRANCH LINES. -'
to mnke the roads suitable The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
at noon fed tnflHh; tit eight wheat or,
when very cold whole corn. Now nearly for travel at nil seasons of the year. Direct Service Between BRANCH. ORANGE

every one who writes ulioift rations Nothing ran be told old soldiers of and all Eastern Points. CITY lI1tANSUTIONS. CH.
Jacksonville Boston Providence
fiiiyg you must feed mush. I concluded tbe nature of Virginia roods In winter.They Daily.Ar No. 12 Ire 73IJally(i NO.D"il' 8rulmI- No,

It UHcJ pp valuable! time mixing dimply are more famous or Infamous (Calling Charleston, S. C., both ways) .-7O8-a|I.T........ Tlcuxvllle- .. .. Pl3 BOp -I U I
alt the case may be thun other BKMMVKKKLY: BAILISHSt 171" a I.y. ...... ... .Mima..,,.....i..A flS 37p s.800p.101OsLv.N.Smvrns 1 '
placing In trnj-s and going round to roads bt>because DO much more of history BonthHotindNurtlilmunil.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. . .. ..from I.pwln Wharf Honton .18 H3 all.Y/ .. ...... ... Oir"en........ ..Ar fll l a8M 3 Up I all I".v, 141k.' $rl.u Ar.** !ii'liD'>
see It any had Linen left I could not .. . .. .. . .. .... . ... .from, lout of Catherine Street JackwinvllleClyde ,> a IN. ... .. ..Eiiterprliw: .. ..AtHlloflrtHttftOftlAr x a B3p400p .-sit ss.tr'-. !! -?. I'.y' I,- 1011;', i
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do It In Ices than an hour and u half. has been acted\ over them. Hut every'where .: -- . 8< '_rrl' ._ .. .1 silo HUR Btl .IA.I'_ ( r In" i I. N r '''HJSj.!

I have not fed a mush now for two throughout the south as the St.J-ohns Lino.DeHiiry : No. 23 No. Sli. No T-19I j INo. 17Dull.
there awakening KAYPOKTBRANCH. I No. 18 '
Record Dhows! are a general I I
yeajre; and have decided) to my satisfaction 'nnd"y.Sund..y I I> ilh L nub| 10.011
and universal demand for interurban
> "* I
that It In n waste of time of which ( Una.) only.' 'only. -fX :III

a nflau has none too much If ho looks!' railways and with that a like BETWEEN JACKSONVILLK: AND SANFORD I llOOp nlO Off a 0 30 p :' a fin a Lv ....,., JackflonvlMt! M. . .1r. "' '':""
after demand for the highways with the .808 p *10 11 a 138 ,p a 8 88 a IT .... ... .80 jMksinTUla....... Ar.... . ;; ,> 1/Cp
bill hen nti be ought. I gathered hard surface-In other words for the 8t"|>i>lni{; at Palatka A. tr. St. rranold, Hormfonl (Diiljiml), Intermediate l lanit- :. JO 10 41 a. 610 I'' .. 9 \W.a ir .. .. ..Pa :. M'.h....' . L* ." _" .' 1'20. ,
lust year 0,000 more eggs than I overdid 11111' rot tliertt..J"hu'll\vor. I atop tIOIlll.'eupr911'.Ar."... ...lU.nho> L. .... ..'1 i I/\1 y i a <".
while feeding mash from not quite good road that is always ready for STEAMER "CITY' OF .rACKSONVILLl']." 1300Pllll'JII 110 p,1I9ftU..IAr._ . ... :' .L. ; ,..' I s',1'1"
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business and 1 III Invaluable for ,
nil tuany hens, and\ the larger part one every 13 Al'POINTKD!: TO SAIL AS ,'m.J.UW81l'I..nth.lInlluJ These Tlm Tables show the tint..B at whloh trains iiiay Ix- ,.t "ci I '.d r,,.,-;, > ;.;;t
and two year old IK-UN. country that builds. It. \CJU'II'r --'-\atlh llmmd tItead ''rom' the .....efal .tadunn hut thelra rival or .. rn.- 'tl .". --MU.' t n-n ,,...,
This ,'down head. "_' nor doen ibsComp.nyholditaeltrrspnuetbleforan'delay' or an' i--.",uf i" >. ,,i": -'Dr'
winter I have fed
grain twiceday ft Leave a 3 1 1 p. w. .. .. . .. ... ...'';;;kiif ivlo.-----C-:7------: :: :: : : : : : : :_'. \rrlv. :I OIIIi: ut f rom. .
the same morning and evening: yOU KNOW WHAT YOU AUK TAKING Leave 1"I) p. m. .. . .. . . .. .. .. .1'ulatka. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... :.save II un J>. In. -- -

using plenty of straw litter. Everything When'you take Grove's Tasteless Chill Leave : :: :: Im ni: :::::: :: :: :. : :::.:: :.... .Mt.A"tor Francis : .. .: ::... .- :.. :'.: :. :.: Lave Leave n) P p.:: in InLeavy 'l KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

the hens had they had to Mtrntch Tonic because the formula Is plainly Leave. ilJ'1 .. .. .. .. .lIero.I..1. ((1J"allll) .. .... .. .. .Leave 1110: IIOln.
for.: I have no given amount to feed. printed on every bottle showing that It Is Arrive 8311la. m. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. Sanford . ... . .. .. helve 1I 7g)la.1U1 .PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIF CONNECTIONS AT MIA!

I go among my different pens nnd give : slmgly Iron ana Quinine In a tasteless --- '- --_.--- Commencing8apt.... ... ..mbr'H... _30.. 1908. ._
according how hungry they seem to I fo.-m. No cure, No pay. i/lOets. Gen'l Passenger SOVTN BOUND. NOHIHBOiNOT --'

be, and If by picking over the straw Ifind dANtetOhtlAe,204wWtIBaMSt"'kMackeovn'llle.v.n.COOL'ERJr"L Miami flundsy.atdWedn..dgs..... in LYrlavinnTh rsd..yu i.
If. M. tRONo.JO-rOER.: : ,. krlCvy: W0.iean! pf ,
<4ayindWeaneidayi. I IS 'II Ar Kt WP.1 I Thn d"i
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grain they without until ,u1Fri. Agt.Jwkeunvllle. O. FLIVELL; 811Iorint, 'hI"t Jaok.on..lllo.A. i
go theyscratch llortlcultnrnl Soles ; : : Key West N dq.adayt. ... .. t 45 Lrk'vnix MnnJay..ud' !I' I Urn i
Fast Hogan St..7acksauvlllu, ArRsvan& ThuMd ....... .... C JI"1\f' .
> IS .I Ar
It out. I food about y Monday and Fndxr.Aa
onethirdcracked A pt'rpetunl'IOOlUIIlI\ { form of the O. HAOERTV Oxn'l, Eaet'n.: 1....... Ai t. New York CLYDE MILXI4J. (nm. Frt. Agt.. New York.
corn ono-thlrd whole wheat popular CrluiHon Rambler rose Is reported TIIIICO. (A. Ku)4H U.lloral M..jer. 'VitI. Y CLIII{ 106: U"o..ral. AKOIlt8.au'80l"'Ib addlMon la abort Bt am.hlpf will be op..r.ter h.t.'n Kay Went t an I H..;;n.i.fol ':
ouo-thlrd outs; when very (cold glvo from France ( : Hntlding. tU State SL. Opposite nattery Park. New York T> K<>y west M Ddays and Frldiyi ...., 30 P1| fLy Un vans ru.| 'Rrtiiy iiiiil ".rur la 1 II

Whole corn at night about three times The American HOMO society's next exhibition C. 11. 'V.ALTOY. Agent. 'l'ltllllvlll.1"111.. A r. HaTan._Ta. ..d.y.and B.turd.y. ..8OO a(-Ur Key' -WOII''-' -Tn..I.-.,.. and--Saiurl.j-, -- .

a week. I also feed ground bone every will be held In Philadelphia -- --- for eopy of Ixioal Time Cardor other Information aldrer. any \t<-'
other day and cabbage I put away March 21-2U.

enough cabbage In the fall to laot until Queen of Edgely and Mrs. Oliver Adin utIoaiLino J. D. KAILNEE Asst. Gen. Paaa. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, :F
/ stuff In the R'y.
green coined again spring
Ames are II.;:ted for the llrst time
and cure clover\ and feed just an you A-
among varieties of roses for which
would to u homo, nod I clean It all
they (
prizes will be awarded by the America ::
up !but the wry large stem They u liose society The Orent Through Car'Lloe from Florida. a 9On' 1I'IWM4XrlrMNl"

hove access to shells, and charcoalat .
grit -- ---- -- -
It Is expected that the horticultural
all times.) for. Practical Farmer TO Till;: KAST.Over ,
exhibit at the St. Louis( world's fair O
will be the most", extensive and best I Its own nil IIM Savannah: OhnrlttHton, )loliinonil nod \VHHIIK| | ( thence BURS
.
Itj A Cr... k Unlit llrahma. via the Pennsylvania l Uallroiitl.TO -' fHl'CA
ever iiindo at any exposition
This fine breed whose picture Is reproduced
from Kuril Poultry, U owned The uew rose Ideal lit n bright clear Tin; AVIZST.!

pink, a sport from La France I'The Louisville & Nushvlllo, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio It. ){.

Aciilyphn, bli-olor 'olllllnotli la said to ---.---

lie an exceedingly handsome new bud TO Tlin HAST VIA STIJAai8IIIIV: s?' LOWS. 41Rt YNCBDLOUISW

ding plant, with unsurpassed! color und Via H.wiinnub and OcoTin Stuamnhlp Company for Now Fork Plillaclvldliid, Bos '
I Ion markings.PFoveFs. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New YoikVanlilneton and Itiiltlmiuo. Via havnnnah -
and Meiclmuttt .and Minmn' 'rranHporltaloii Coin|>i any for !Itnlll-,

morq! and rhilule.iliii.TO & "
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K15Y 'VI<:S1' ANI) HAVANA.Via CITY a.yrnQW ,

to I'Koiusiilar & Occidental) 8'eaniHhip: Company IJVc
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: r ,. Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points ZRIM OLRLCrre


When the butter won't MILKAUI* T1CKKTS.

Interchangeable mileage ticket good over lHdO:) ) miles of among the principal
come put a penny in the railroads/ in the southern taten, aie on solo by I h" )pl'ninclial|' agents,

churn" is an old time dairy For reservations\ and lufoimatlou apply' to agents of the .\. C. L., or write, umc8uiQq

FRANK O. BOVT.STOX Commercial Att.( \V I U. 8TAUK, Tray. cuss Agt.Iit8 / C01IJJlJrlU.Acti1LJJ
proverb. It often seems to : West Hay .St., Astor Building, J A(:KMNVIIIK;, "'I.A.I. .

xltR .w work though no one has ever [ M. EVIKKMJN:: Tralno Manager 'W. J. CRAIG, Jeu'l.! I'UtlH. Acent. i
WILMINGTON: N. C.CHASw .

told why.When -- '
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by J. W. Shnw, Iti-ookton MUSH. The mothers arc worried : : :: :s L1-c-M: lyfa 0 0 Foe a I4 smAJUfNI

rock ID a Mudlaon Smiiiro Burden prize because the children do not HIT. ate w. May st., JACKSONVILLE. ', FLA. SMOOTH RUN

.\rlnnor.k gain strength and fleshve t J-V.

rioo<> livers Par' Rplpnrr. SOUTHERN
give them Scott's Emul.slon. 41UULL
say
The fattening of geese In large num.tlt'r. : .4

after the l-'roiu-h plan' of convert- ; l -utAb RAILWAY

tug n large part of the carcase Into ilia- clCJCIf'I1Tit
It is like the in the
eased liver penny
for the favorite epicurean 1 a

\ tlut.)'. pate do fop KI-IIH, or congested! milk because it works and Z EXPRESS EXPRES Sl WASHINGTON NEW YORK ASHVILLE and
liver has l h'n tried In Hlnxlo Inland -
with very unfavorable results.", One because there is something I PREPAID -4 ; PREPAID and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS. N. C

fender l lust 3Hi( ) from tlJlItI'IIt\on\ of the astonishing about it. r CINCINNATI CHICAGO I "THE LAND OF THE SKY'
liver within wwk und the state
n ex- -

) Iicrlmcnt station! investigated the dlsCIIBO Scott's Emulsion is simplya 11 w tip. d.$1120 .....r The NORTH and WEST... || tas! "The Sapphire Country
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and c-nllinl It "K. "Htf Ht-ptU-u-iulu"!
milk of cod liver oil
pure "_... D..Idn Dinlntf Car
and rcfouiuit'ndtHl us u prevention that . ,6Qts Pullman CrOn ......e.
the ardlno-llke oonHnoun-nt he aban- with some hypophosphites All Train. Th B.'t.

A$ cloned more or and II-HM.i'rleoCI'MI'lint/ these t'rllllttpd fcrdura to do ruzo not especially prepared for delicate 1' I' I Doz. $450 AOUTHCRM RAILWAY. ( ". F. CART Dwrtd Pu. ...e" *,*.|

log W. Bay SUM. Jcno.viuJk Fua
want to prevent the llsoiujp, but want stomachs. .
DfLIVCRCDpFOR W.A. ,..,.. P.T. .... ......ht"".... D. C. S. H. HACOWICK. O. F.A,WajaUiwa.' D.C
to know at what period thereof to market Children take to it naturally W... H. T.._ A. 0. P. A. At........ Ca.
kill. In QtS
or the ease referred to they

postponed, ninrketlux! at least one day because they like the taste $ : .
too lonjf. Hut cannot what difference -- -- -- --- --
we BOO $90?
and the takes
that ought to make. It the tlln- remedy just as

1'11".1 livers are /good I for epicures who naturally to the children be- Agent for thin I'al.it _Brewing. (;0. S E.A.:: C>.A.BJ)

ape French customs"', why should not 0" -
) these that die of tlu disease liu Just u* cause it is so perfectly adaptedto s
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
goal especially' after putrefnrtton ha* their wants.

:* net In. The /genuine .'r"lwhIcure\ \
I'' wants his goowii "ripened" until It For all weak and pale and jpMa

turn rl'l'Il.Vhy should they objectto thin children Scott's Emulsion -
drn.nnof Ol1VASIIiNGTON
\ putrid liters and why should Auurlilli8 wreekthslt ill-health probably It an leave. In Its psth I JAVAXXAII:! COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PNE$ 0""
<.- ImltatorM of I'rein'h customs: our\ is the most satisfactory treat- lothetomedls g&

Ject?-I'UfUi and Hunch.tli Simplybecau the astem+eupoa Is the Oat lndscatlon BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA XIo'
ment. Quinine, or that deadly usually wlth
mlnertl-catomol.
We will send Don't Do It. it'. Dan .rou., It
, n..tl' Railroad Jitalloa. / you aecaury slher. Ro Isn't tt ill
po.lu.o
y gusrantea Two Elegant Trains Dally .
Tin proximity of the rnllwnyn lahnpn pt'r. the penny, /. c.. a
Mail
r the most: distasteful thing about sample free. HERBINE Seaboard Express Seaboard

nny town. Tint thH evil could be over- brattn.rssSi nnjunnwn Tccrnn Co__ ..
T!. sore that thh picture In n'INsyh.rtrl, nt.. l ... H t.
I'om.Ir treei" that would not bo ruined the form of a Ulwl l ia on thwnppcr and nine,. ,. t .en,,. at th ''r' r.dy es'e n a j j MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT
Nrr.r W i *
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l hy the gases from the looomotlves, were ,4 y,>u buy'1 bolll olhuiuhion !eo per bottle r kklnaya, All l wm.r.Drugalsb trnuals, ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers
planted: about the stations" and along i IS Jackson"I

the tricks.: Troni n place of borrrn- SCOTT & nOVNE.Chemists. For e'
fall information and sleeper reservations call on
near the railway property could be .
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tnin foruied Into restful view that 409 Pearl St., N. V. Seaboard, or write ,

Uful. soc tod f i.oo : lldruggiM. U. 1C. WILSON Ji: SOX.
N JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA,

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 20, 1903. 7 1r, .
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TITUSVILLE.

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:otA: : RIVER: :I30TEZ.I: : THE BOX FOR APPLES.

OK-THK-INUIAN-RIVER. How It I. ItfKnrilvtl by llortlftulturnad '
4 1 1y
I.!. the Fruit 1r*fa

i TITUSVILLE The HO culled bushel box for packing

FLORIDA and bundling applet Is receiving Increased .

attention each .neuron. WhileIt n=- c

Is by no mounti In general favor and :
J. G. BAST, Proprietor y
while strong Interests oppose It, this

package has come to stay unless all

1 lilt DUCK SIIOOTING signs fall. The'tit has l been more A NEW INVENTION.Recently .

and FISHING.yr ready to adopt the bushel or fifty I
pound box than the orchard sections of ,
+ k..r' Rates: $2 60
per day the middle and eastern states.<< In fact,
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and Patented all Over the World.
$10 $12 per week. the Pacific northwest knows practically -

-- ------ nothing/ of barreled apples and for a t J (
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JACKSONVILLE.INDSOR : number of years has handled Its merchantable 1t

- --- ---- stock< almost exclusively( in The Walton.
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HOTEL the square) package, and It Is In great
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favor not only for the nearby market" ,

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLOHIDA'S but for shipment abroad and to the "
LARGEST AND Self-Locking Tackle Block.
EST YEAR.HOUND HOTEL. east' In fact the appearance of these
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attractive packages In Chicago: In New

York and in other eastern sections bus I% Made In various shapes( and I sixes: of d

in a way forced orchardlsts this side of WOOD, IUOM:" and 11UON2K. Will ,

the Rocky mountains to recognize and a work equally well with rope, chain or ,
discuss its merits. wire rope .12(
The bushel box is largely In disfavor
Will work at any height, upside\ down
among the commission merchants. '
b Where the package: Is popular and horizontally, or nt any angle, and will

most In use tt Is of course planned for stop and lock a any point y ; '

the choice. table grades rather than for Invaluable for every kind of business

ordinary fruit, which is bound to sell where a block Is needed, frequently Having

at low prices in any event. While the labor of ono man or ante E

t commission. merchants of New York Nothing like I It for banning: stretching a +

and Boston for example, frown upon wires

' Wit + 'r T the proposition 1 It Is worthy of Dote '
.I JII .it t 'iBEa Address all communications to the r
that in many I Instances they buy, y1 l

ro ..... tmrreled apples of choice to fancy varieties Walton Self-Locking Block Go

1 and repack them In bushel

hexes, which nppeul at once to the family (I Incorporated.' )

trnde. I Ofllcb and Wiircrooin101 I Atlantic Ave.

What Is quite lacking and is unquestionably Near Rowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.11OSTON yfk I

GK 4 ( ULLENSOWNERS AND PROPRIETORS. needed Is a standard sloe; so J'' Iii ;qV, I 1 I I I MASS. i 1u t I I !
that the bushel or tlfty pound box as
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k ; II I I Sample Bloke! can be seen at the An. l i I I ,I
with a similar package originating / i )
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VOOATK 011111. 'l'IIIIIIVlllfl; and at, tho stoiu, } NAM
VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. in :Michigan or New York or New I1 all I II'i i of 1D.:\ 1Iu1l1"lII.Jo.., Jacksonville. i itl I
England Investigation relative to the 1
Call; and sets Ih<'II" blocks working.The .
present attitude of horticultural so

cl"UplilOtI the fruit trade now being" following, out of hundreds, are asample{ oftho| testimonials received by the Walton Self-Looking lllook Co.:
made by Ornngo Judd, Farmer points (
(lit Slauketoneetrm.t, Itu.EonJets. I0tlfli1 tWALTON
iu an nnqiiPHtloned manner to the Increased ""1..1.1.... Hl.lX'K ('.>., w.'r'e'I. nUKN
Opposite poatof ice. Centrally! located. Thoroughly repaired and ref Interest tinted. Hut It also I'I"N -You re'IUOIMl.trl| l lid Co glvfl. an honaMt report.. on theIr; .ct1111 working your...1' lonklnif tackle bhw''ks, wliloli. wrt>ol>taln.,il from
you. Would say we hove. IIM.M.IIIIIT.re"t! kinds of lilorku' out laic' ry, fin unr..l..VHt..il t.rauk, IOIIIIK| aintliiwnrliiK fnini ono another oto.W t
Dhows/ a lack of agreement as to size: have Klvrn the I Walton tt+.ir LiH-klnur tilorku B pretty |rci>.: ItlMt..11,1 llml lliiiiii the nioHt rnllulilnaiul, hunt liliN-kn of thin' khul, wehla ever .... !.
and of It I 18 a Kf<'Kt ln loovattfcl. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducteilJ . . shape pncknge: generous support tMMiiilbiiuttuit fur. You eau HIM, thin iiotlci in any way you i>le ,... MS> I
of the proposition west of the Yours very truly, ,1. UDM'AV! CO. ..*
Missouri river and here and there luke- "1 p
J Rates J2.5D)) per day and up. WALTON SKI.I...TXM'KIKO IILOfll ('n.
warniness or hesitancy on the part of nl t i>ulr offl In. rlf-Iocking tackle lilm-kn, with Ito reel of rope| ami you asked m. at
growers and dealers farther east Horticultural the tliiiu t<. rrport, tn thu lonipany If I r"ullIl"u nut' ", i
I am glad to say 1 urn very iniirh pleased with !II.! 'in slolyand the block jiim right all tliOjtinm, aii't In every (ilniw.. They arnj'rprtnlnly'.wbat: : .vvery I
B. W. SPERRY societies! taking the
I Proprietor. are up man iiemln. who ties, any use for block, an tile) bnv 1 thus slid lulior.' HIIUIOHII IN your*.
matter everywhere, however and Yours truly, P. IMOWKt.L: *r w F
while their discussions the present l> ali>r In drain and llnllilur 8it|>|,illi., :Nuwport, N. II. : t ttl

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winter and In recent months have not AI.T01 NNLI' ,,-TAa'xt'in Kl.MCK ('n. IloKtoll, MaM.
S10RELAND HOTEL West Hay and Cedar Streets. always led to clcflnlto action the tendency I.KMLKMKN:-\\8111I.\| \ of yon' a set ul .nix Inch nvlf-liifklnir! tackle Necks wllr 1'18| In lit, Fi'liy. Int. '''llollav''l/lvn Ilicin. a fair test. and
am well I.IMIIMed| | | with the working the ', .>t'kM. In many ranita Itnxtti, anil. I'nrrulH' run l lot e. ImnillMil without, a HWCUIII! mall. They roiiitiiittiitlyav | '
JACKSONVILLE< Is that way. Orange Judge : it* '"011"'. They ore Bmiorlor, anything we hnDln.r used er.Ieen for kaiiillinir heavy wMlNht..sfulr suit nulrklr In our utora.r'v.
Farmer, lU>WfcH 'WIIAIIK rHOVlpilllN( COMfANY, .
I'nr W. '1'. K NIa11TTre..ellr.rlinskn. '
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- J

TRELLIS FOR SWEET PEAS. --
) adthis HeaHon. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hot and Cold Water
Plants AVIII Not "Darn" on It .. an Colony: HAH.* Plan. F<>JR. SA-LE. i

I Baths Elevator, oto. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Wire NrHlnar. The Illustration taken from Poultry.

The diagram shows the constructionof Success, shove. Mona of the colonygnHrZ l' -

street oars pass the door. Rates 2.00 to 2.30 per day. the best and cheapest trellis we Hotel with seven Cottages; and 10 '

have ever used for sweet pens. The
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. pouts are of :2! by4 Inch stun, each '. Acres of Land. 4,

eight feet long, set two feet In tileItl"Ol1n.1 ,
** ,*, *.' *HFhotiscH
and lateen: feet apart. Narrow -* VMZ ** *?y,
JENS EX.::
9 txjurdx' 1 by 2 Inches, are nailed to the S '7

top and bottom of the post after sot

FRESCO HOTEL JEV.SEN, FLA. ting.. Small wire nails are driven partway I
Center of Pineapple Belt. In six: Inchon apart the entire bet ,.r,'

... length of the boards. The work Is eb
l& UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.: .3| easier done If the nails are driven In S ,', a .( 'a I.

!1"11'i |)rectle t locution on Indian River. Large beautiful grounds. Near before nailing the boards) to the pouts. : Srulh

| jut'' > ..inn Flue Fishing and Hunting. Terms ronannablu.' letters and Let the nails In the top strip slant upward 11
Teieglun. ,nerving rooms will receive prompt at-tontlon. and those in tlio bottom one stunt ( .1 '
on the [poultry farm of J. It. WHull. .
JOHN S. PARK Owner and downward to prevent (the slipping of
I'roprtetor- Ice Molnes. In.Ilrwkrn .
the netting from tint mills. Nail the
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top: strip on first measure down on
WEST PALM: IJEACM. llonrii.Ilroken i4 '
up
the |x>st, driving In nails every six .
shanks In chicks or fowl are ; rF -
$ 6 1..I .
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-------- lichen' and then null on the bottom I1 rIv
realty treated. IllriU with broken wings

strip. Have a ball of gardener's bunch- and thighs and ducks with broken Ir 111 rv, v tP 4 yM l 0 4 +tt ;
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)tel "The Palms VEST PALM 1JEACH, FLA.I ( HG bones should be killed and eaten. For
: broken shanks straighten the limb and
'approximate the broken ends of the \

I ,A "''nit-like hotel well appointed giving i the comforts without the cost of 0 bone in the natural position and bandage -

I'Mmon .expensive ones. Fronting on beautiful Lake Worth opposite the with stout. iMiiidaire and thin white l'y, .'
jnoyai' O'lincUnn Hotel. White waitresses and cooks from White :Jlountalns.I'iecirii pine splints.. Burgeons' adhesive plaster +.1 f 4
''I iglits and bells. Cuisine the Rates fci: to $:t per daj.rPem. will serve fur both bandage and MplInU 1
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,,i the PALMS Fill.p .
week. Address, TILE West Palm Beach In little chirks. Adhesive plaster re-en

forced with thin strips of pine makes) Located at HA UNO, three quitters of a miln south of EAU JAl.MK, KLOHIIA -

an excellent dressing tor broken shank on the )Eau; fJulllo River, less than half a mile (ions! HIM Indian/ Klver. and two
p PARK COTTAGE WEST PALM REACH, VI..'. In old or youiiic. The break will be and Imlf !
a mile from tlio Ocean, Tha property Is two hundred mllrs south of
well In a week or two according to the I
I Jacksonville, on tho Florida Kant);. Coast Hallway, with ,the. Railroad. Station ItdJulnlnlC -
ago and condition of the bird.-I>r, I'
Now )pen. Under__ new management T. Wood\ In Farm Poultry ha( property." Buildings nrocfeil In l 1'Ind! and some of tlimn have never
Lake Worth. TMKLLI0 roil SWEET PEAJS. been oeoupleil the original owner having (111'.1" few months after their completion.The .

Overlook ing twine (cost 0 cents), tie the end IK YOU WANT SooIII;tiT'LINO' HEAL hotel was opened. for about two months prior to the owner's death and

aunient Rates, *:j to #2.5(1;)( per day of the twine to the nail at the left upper estate agents endeavoring to dlapoxe of has not been! used! slues: All the buildings wars eructttil lu 'hue moat sulMtantlal. 1

Special Weekly Rates. corner, (1"0148luA'onally\ to II, wind any property you may have for sale or manner and are now In excellent: condition. The hotel and cottages are complete- 1 j 1
the twine once around the nail and go exchange ? If so, send full particulars Iy furnished' and very little of the furniture tins ever lean need. There are two J

MRS. IDA D. BRUNEK, Proprietress to C. then to D, etc. l>raw the twine of what you have, to I f. R. llenjamln) artesian wells! twenty cistern connected, with sewer etc. .

-- snug; and always wind once around Hanoverton____O. __ __ Tho property cost the original owner #|14,1.101'( ( | and will be sold at a naorlfioe. >

each null. Kill the entire frame, ending How ft. h I...... ll.ev... The above cut fairly represents the property. g '
COCOANUT GROVE on I1ISCAYXIJ: BAY at JTit::: the twine very securelyand In pressing sleeves, which Is the bano For particulars. apply. to or luMrnnii, '. t

break otto Tbls Is the warp. of the amateur's life keep a wooden' E/RA (0'. HATCH I). f.. fJAULDKN, W... A. WARNOOIC,

IE t'ocoanutGrove.F1a. For the tilling, tie the end of the rolling! pin for that l"lrl'o01<)1))..... Insert Caretaker on premises, Attorney for Owner, Agent for Owner, '

PEACOCK INN On Dlllcayne Bay.it twine to the nail marked F. cross to 0, In the sieve, and the pressing/ of Fail (Ighlle. KlorUU. Tltusvllle, Flit. Jamaica, N. Y f. i

The! ""*t"1'' >k tan is the most southern hotel on the mainland of the United then to II, then to I, etc. Weave tho seams and wrists also I III a. easily doneas S 5 r It

''P'n nil the Situated Biscayne Bay, at Cocoanut Grove, tilling Into the warp by passing the though; It were a flat surface. Cover
on
1 FIDesl 'Iimate! In year.the State. Hunting, Fishing Boating HeadauartersBy ; ball alternately over and under tile pin with flannel. Keep a heavy piece of IF YOU WANT A...
8iiCaYoe ; and yachtsmen In' threads of the warp. Teas do better ona flannel to hay over the ironing IJtMlrlwlafl'n \
Yach Club. Rendezvous of sportsmen ----- -- ----- i.
'ClYDe Ra v Write for terms and illustrated booklet. trellis of this kind than on brush or prenslni wool gotxl This pmvents --

G. F. SCHNEIDER & SON, Proprietors. wire netting. We have no difficulty In the shiny. spot so objectionable l
coaxing them to climb to the top or b8- In a finished garment. .Building Lot ',
---- -- --- yoitd. The vines never burn on .this) ,' .. j a

they will on a wire one during : j
YOKKMarlborough trellis as
NEW I\C J 100 Kewnrcl I\C\ lot>.
the heated term. When the frost or n ''mw"h"c KRAVY FOR OCCUPANCY,
cut the The readers of this paper will be \
puts them out of business pleased.. to learn that there Is at least one LAND FOR AV ORANOK GROVE, 'fI'DlJoAI'I'J.Jo l'
the tour corners of the
strings loose at
dreaded disease that science has b enable
tel PLANTATION TRUCK J GARDEN
poll the vines, and the entire : or ,
frame, to cure In all Its stages, and that Is
mass of vines and twine can be slipped catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure l lit the only We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. 1
frame In two minute and carried I known the medicalfraternity
off the positive cure to
fiettlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If yon arc i
NEW YORK. away to be burned on the rubbish (.aearrb befDIl a conatltutlon-
"roadway Streets I
:j6th and 37th .
I) gym' .oo entirely with electric "?".. Con- heap. Any one who has tried to clear al disease, re<|ulres constitutional treat- looking this way, drop a line to t i'{
bath
a rooms. Lighted under the personal ol vines from wire netting will meat. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally 3rt.l'VJce."ff'eldent i
< managed the
.
and Is INGRAHAM
Hcand JAS. E. ,
1 k European plans the blood
r I )f the appreciate this easier way of disposing action directly upon -
owoer. Eo S. CROWELL. MaDalter. of them.-Rural New Yorker. and raucons surfaces of the system FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T,
thereby destroying the foundation of j
the disease. and giving the patient ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA. I
T1a Daeavaa'. Pf_. strength by building up the constitutionand N
TIle vine known a. Dutchman' pipe assisting nature in doing Ita work. -. -- -- m
1 Street,
41st
tel: tadome Broadway and : ii easily cu.tlnculsbed by Its lam! The proprietors have so much faith In '
Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and all the
IU that offer One
J, NEW YORK CITY. leave. It 1* hardy and vigorous, a native Hundred curative Dollar powers for any they cue that It get ; ;
and of
southern state one
tone of Use fall Mend' for list of testimoni tt, ,
and to cure.
pF.00F. :top rooms. single aud en spite with private baths with tie best climber where heavy follag ale. Address. F. J. Cheney 4 Co.. To. the
rooml News of East Coast week.
51 oath( .OPEAN PLAN. Good roomsThe.manallemeDC; large r. neuter the per la desired. It belong to the MUM family ledo. O. Sold by druggists, 75o. Hall'sFaajIlrJPlll every
ti0:! ;
: per day and the trumpet creeper. the beat.
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To Hotel' Proprietors, F. E. 'C. RAILWAY BOOKLET. PROSPEROUS TIMES. PINES ON THE EAST COAST. WINSTQN S. BRANNING. FREDERICK

A. M

To Commission Merchants We are In receipt of a few of the/: new There Is considerable repairing and Rev. E. V. Blackman, editor of the

To Storekeepers, and others.... booklet Issued by the passenger department building going on both In Tlruavllle and East Coast Homeseeker, visited the not' BRANNING &
of the Florida East Coast Railway, surrounding country this winter, an well ...1 pineapple region about Ankona and MORGAN,
If you want to get good result which Are an excellent guide for strang- as across Indian!! River, which would Indicate Kldred and write as follows:
advertise in the ors to the East Coast. The booklet contains that times are) much bettor than "Two or three years since, Mr. W. W.
one hundred page with the cover, for sometime past In this section of Hre- Cantwell manager of the drug depart.
beautifully illustrated, the front page; befog vard county. ment of Noyes Brothers & Cutler, of St. Fire Insurance Ags1
EAST COAST ADVOCATE.TITUSVILLE a representation of the old city gates The East Coast Lumber and Supply Paul I, Mian., became Interested In that
of St. Augustine with the legend: "The Co., at TltiiRvllle, has been Retting in a suction of Urevard county and purchased
Indian River FLORIUA. East Coast of Florida Is Paradise Re number of carloads of lumber, orange a tract of land from Mr HoUarty and arranged 'Titusville
Fla.
gained." The back cover illustrates the box material, etc, during tbe post two with him for clearing aud planting ,
Tho ADVOCATE circulated extenslve3y sunny aide of the earth and the Inside of weeks, and Is well prepared to handle its a portion of It In and citrus

throughout the orange, lemon, pineapple the cover contains distinct maps of Flow usual arge winter bIJ81n IIllo trees. Mr. Cantwell spends a portion of
ida and the adjacent const Stated.. Work on the new residence In South each winter there or at Miami. Mr. Mo-
of Florida
fish sections
and
-going/ It gives a description of each place on Titusville to be built for CapL I'. Nelson Carty has had charge of tbe place from Representing; Hepr"'nti,,
to every poHtofllre! between .racksonvllle the East Coast, the distances, rates of was commenced this week,and Contractor the beginning.; Every partlclo of labor The & London & Globe
and Key West,an well as Into every State fare and, a complete list of hotels and L. It. Decker has a )large force) of and expense incident to the growing of Liverpool The Pannsylvanli |,"lslim,,, '

In the Union. It Is known as the "I'lnkI'ape'r boarding houses with tbe dally and week men at work on the structure, which Is this plantation has been done by hired Insurance Co. 'rho ooorgia .
of Floilda." _rate__ of n each.information. to be completed In about ten weeks. labor. He has now throe acres that borea Ho,,,, [hsinil,,
is given concerning ticket Dr. J. M Dixon, who has been making full crop of pines this season. Mr. Mo- The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. Tire Rochester
The East Count of Florida has Home of offices, redemption of tickets, ba / : many alterations and Improvements Carty kindly !gave ns the results of this -G0, 01110 I In,,

tho /finest hotels In the United States, train stop over privileges, /l"lte'l around his property Jolla street. Is season's crop, which Is as follows: The Etna Insurance Co. Norwich Union nc I,",,. sNorthein .

and nearly 'every hotel Is overflowing turn tickets, transportation of hlo now having his residence neatly paintedby 050: crates tit pines which net. $1,402.00! The Continental Fire Insurance Co.

with, tourists dining the winter. NOW sleeping car and chair car rates and Mr. Ed. Morgan, the body of the 50,000 slips . . . .. :47 .00 Assurance <1'0., of i
Information of value to the traveller. house being yellow, with white, trim .
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IS TOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.: The .Home Insurance Co., of N. Y.
Give the AnvncATK r ad. and The attractions, soil,climate, fishing and mings aud green shutters.Mr. 1767.00 Home Life Insunnco ( .
yoi you <>
will not It. Our olllce Is a kind hunting sports etc, of each separate locality L. K. Docker la making arrangements Total expense for care and marketing The Phenix Fire Insurance Oo. ? OlGermanli
regret: is entertainingly; forth in words to re-shlngle and repair his residence Life In.II':1""I I ,: ,
of Bureau of Information. For rates, the crop. . . . 500.00 'f
addressAdvertising. and pictorially described.. Copies can and cottages on Hotel allAv. He -- The F r maQ'a Fund Insurance Co. Union Casualty ,l .

etc l be obtained addressing J. D. Banner, will\ also probably give them a coat of Total net profit. . . . .$1,207.0C I I Sint\f ,
Manager,TnE ADVOCATK, Assistant General, Passenger Agent, Flor paint. _
TItuaville, FH.: ida East Coast Hallway atSt. Augustine, Capt. Chan. Fulton has been busily en This gave Mr. Cantwell a net profit of
." and the booklet will be sent postpaid of. gaged this week' fixing: up the winter $--U2.3t> per acre. In the above list of Fire Insurance After the FiiT
Cantwell has the about
home Mr on place ,
application of Capt. J. O. Walton in South
Tltusville. Capt. Walton wllfnot come 800 orange and grapefruit trees, whichare Companies, we have agency for -ALI.
THE IATTHEWSTorpedo
now four years old. Tbe trees are
south this winter owing to heavy pressure the strongest In the world. Time. Il '
CANAVERAL CLUB. of business Boston, so his cottagewas very large for their age, and the estimate
Is that be will have at leant 800 boxes of
for rent. lIe oontemplatingglvlng: tried and Are-tested Insurance. Over _
The Canaveral Club, near Tltusville the house two coats of white paint. fruit next season. Mr. Caatwell Is In. v
,
Launch creasing his acreage; of pines and citrus million dollars losses from
County Commissioner John R. Walker a puld/or l'
will formally open on the first of December
trees. Ills Idea for planting his pines
has rented his furnished house In North
from which time on, until the closeof
and citrus groves was, that there wouldbe Jacksonville fire "by our Companies"In
Tltusville to Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Berge: ,
i + the duck shooting season, Mr. Jlaat'atime
a time when he would have to give
will bo mostly taken up at the Club of hhady-blde: Farm Adelphla J., for his up twenty days' time. ;
position I In St. Paul and seek a warm. ;
the months of and
: house. The largo club launch, the \Vidfieon January, February climate. The this
er best time to do is
March. Mr and Mrs. will
will, be In commission in a few Berge bringtin .
while he Is earning good wages/ In tbe 'Ve'appreclato past favors and respectfully -
Ir son and daughter with them. This
has held
who
days. Mr. Oeo. Nanman
North his and
using pines citrus
was brought; about owing to an ad. In grove
a position In the Indian Ulvor hotel or-I fund bank ask for a continuance of
ns a sinking or a swings
the ADVOCATE. An ad. In the ADVOCATE
flee during the summer, has been appointed
pilot by Mr! Host, as be bas a has also Induced Mr. and Mrs. :N Ray, ------ your business
thoiougu knowledge of the Banana creek Mr. Clement: Ray and Miss( Claudie, M SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT.The .
channel. Capt. Bourne, the club engineer Ray,of Peoria, III., to leave for Titusville) Do not send away for Insurance In
vq Is busy getting the launches readyfor and they have rented Capt. J. O. Wal rH en r rya:
service. The season promises to bea ton's cottage In South Tltusvlllo, for progiam of Excelsior: Literary Society some small company you know nothing The safe and tin. .
w+: the winter. of Titusville High :School for Wednesday < urn?, ,sit,

good:Supt.one Bust for, of duck the shooting.Canaveral: Club, Is Everybody seems to be busy in Titus. Nov. 2:), lM: p. m., Is as follows: about. tttCt; bill IF' tllOIH IH |n.|.0 IMMIIIII

greatly pleased with the successful ter.mlnatlon ville, and we are toll I It Is a hard job to 1. Sonir . . . . Society. contents of the suf.cnv.( ndt,,|
A Comfortable and Speedy Pleasure of Mr. Alex :Near's efforts to get hands 2. Recitation, "Welcome" )Leona Kline. No other agent can write you In part of yom asseic, ), ,IM|, SUIIIKI,

launch, built In sizes between 17 and 75: restore the How of water, of the artesian 3. Reading" "The Presidents Proclamation the above companies In Tltusville or time miry vutiiHli within ,t fey
well the club grounds. The flow of A SOCIAL Charlie Walker.. Ime.
on PARTY. Inauie writ l n., p.t..t t
feet In length. | \
4. "Advice to a Dull Mary IIalle.iI. .
the well was almost entirely exhausted, surrounding country and, in case of a tire lost,,
w
I Largest Manufacturers of Hulls in America but Mr. Near, who Is the veteran artesian On lost Saturday evening Miss Aleph Declamation Mitchell. "Thanksgiving. I I / ," money to put \ou on ton, <.-mf
well of the East Coast restored Kuer.O. Remember this and
expert Mime we are sure
successfully entertained
Send for Illustrated Catalogand very a "The Reason Why," Miss Ethel Wil!
a strong How the size of a six inch number of her Immediate friends at her Branning & Morg
Marine Guide.I pipe above tbe surface home son. there will be no policies Issued only
In North Titusville, with a lIoclalparty. 7. Song . . . .. . Class. Fire anti Life IQMIII,.',. \itTirUSVILLK
THE MATTHEWS The evening was passed with 8. "Give Thinks," E.ule Frensley. by the above firm. Patronize' home.
BOAT
CO.., QUAY FOR INDIAN SENATOR. music, games, etc., when dainty refreshments 0. "The Heaous," Mabel Reynolds KIA,
were served._ Those_ present besides
Merle :Scoble, Leon Cn'mtlvors, Fannie -
Buscom Ohio
II.
S. A.
the congenial hostess were Mrs.
Budiie. J. R. WALKER. H. 11. MACE. I .4I-- '
Au ADVOCATE reader sends us the fol
E. E. Rollins, Mrs. C. J. Denham, Mr 10. .
of
10"lnSenator: Quay' convinced that L. C. Branninff, Mrs. R E. Brown, Mrs. Essay", "History Thanksgiving -

Stanley Kitching the country of four is territories not ready with for eight the admission voles C.Mrs.L. R.Wright E.: Mime, Mrs., jr.I.., W.Misses Halle.CharlotteM. Mr. and 12 11. Song DeclamationGive Day, .Miss. .Annie. . Jones..Tbanks_ Class : J. R. WALKER & CO. 4 ''

Dealer In- lo the United States :Senate, Is preparinga \ Palmer, Aline and Daisy Brady, Lillian Fer
What
!? Mark Brown.
compromise. It will provide for the Geiger and Messrs. 0 G. Howard -DEALERBIY- Y
FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY admission of Arizona. and New Mexicoas 13. Exercise for Pilmary Pupils
CIGARS Wn>. U .Moore and Casper MI ins. All
14. Declamation Norris Froacher.
one state and Oklahoma and Indian Goods
a time.EASTERN.
report grand Dry
Tobacco, I'lpes, Candles, Fancy China Territory as another. The first com hi. 15. Andrew Coleman. ,
and Temperance iHlnks. n'it Ion would be Keptibllciin and the sec 10. Recitation..Lollie Penney.
The following brand of cigars) deliveredat owl doubtful. If the Indian Territory STAR. 17. 'Ihanksglvlng Exercise, Helen Wilson Furniture
$?'.23: per box of ro: and Oklahoma admitted as one state Laurie hale, Salduu Dureu, Ryals w
he desires It Is said, that itshitll be sllp- Tuesday evening there was meeting Wager. '
Jlumbolilt, Key West SmoVers, Promos, elated! and, agreed that one of the Senators : of Friendship. Chapter No II, Eastern; 18. IXclamatlon. . Rufns Robbins. Shoes etc. ,
Oremo' Cabanas, I'olialnkl. shall be a full-blooded Indian. :Son- Star, at the Chapter room, Indian" River Ii). :bong, "KeAindof Labor Society. .

Flinch Cards, inks/ ; lUnd :Mado Palmetto ator Quay has gone to Indian Territory hotel, Tltusvllle It wax very pleasant" --

Hats, :a.r o. to promote his plan social g.UlieiluK; cud after the meeting TITUSVILLEVS TRAINS. AGENTS KOR
STUART, FLORIDA. tables were prepared and covered with ,
all kinds of good eatables (provided by
r- -- TO BE MARRIED. .
--- the members) which were done ample The following are the times of arrival CONTINENTALTAILQRING N


CIIAS. justice to. The ladles voted It one of and dcrt irture of passenger trains to and
FULTON, The following Invitation has boon re the most pleasant" social gatherings they rom Titusville: '

ceived at this olUco/ : had had In a long while, and they Intend .OUTR OUND. CO I

t Mr. T. I.yinan Newell Invites van: to having another at an early date. Leares Tltusvillo for Miami and 2l16: P 10
Will attend to all kinds of be present at the marriage his. daughter Those who did not attend missed a a Mary Irene to Mr. Ernest Boynton grand social evening and an excellent soar,,souse. jJ

Taylor, Wednesday November twenty. collation. eave TIt.II.vllle for Jacksonville I 3:12 a ui f
PAINTING and KALSOMINING. fifth, nineteen hundred and three, at ten snit iQttiriuetllata |. >lnu at f I 1:16 p m John R Walker & Co '

o'clock"1'.1.1 St. John's Church, Eau (Ullle, A LAUNCH PARTY. trrlves" Tltiisvlll litusTllla for from Sanford rianlord- 12:1U 7::916 l p.m a.W Jj

When you want any of the 'Or a. TITUSVILLE.C. .

Mr. Taylor la a popular resident of Capt. and lira P. Nelson, of South I n ___ _ ___ __ _ _____ ,
above work done, dropme Eau Uallle whllo the coming bride has
a Tltusville gave number of their Mends 0-1
a Hoe.XJUAS. host of flrlends north and south. Congratulations a delightful trip In their commodious Robbins & Graham Co. a3 l JlD4: B ---*:;

1 v to the happy pair In !advance launch the drat of the week, going as far //C.
: FULTON, TITUSVILLE, FLA. as the Hitulover Can.il), near the bead of S. SCHUYLER. A. K. WILSON.
SELLING THEIR CROPS. Indian River. The weather was perfect, (Incorporated) JENSEN TITUB' LL".
and It Is needless to say everyone enjoyedthe PAID UP CAPITAL $:l .OOO.OO. I
"""""""*
Harry W. Richards \ outing immensely Among those on This SCHUYLER & WILSON ,
Several orange: growers in the neighborhood board. In addition to the genial Captainand company owns

of Tltusvilla have sold their the Hostess, were, Mr. and Mrs. I D.W. I- AN'::: :3D S3 I TITUSVILLE, FLA.
to Mr. W. J. Duncan of ..
S1UART, FLORIDA. orange crops Monroe, Mrs Cone, Mr. and Mrs. F
New York and others; and money seems A. MQrlan.Ir.: !\ Ed Morgan, Mr. and Mis. '' In the Indian Rivet Country; On tbe St. FIRE INSURANCE AGEN'TS'Representing
to be flourishing around here of late. P. G Walton and little also
girl Masters
Marine Dry Dock. Judge; D. L. iauldeu has sold bill crop Carl Nelson and Rosser Morgan.; Lncle River; at New River and on Bay

for over $2OOO( ( we understand; and Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. Leading Insurance Companies.
Machinist, Steam and Gas Fitter. Capt. Cogglu; hits sold his crop for a nice I
round sum to Mr. Duncan. ANOTHER LAUNCH PARTY. Send for Land List. Your Business Solicited. Prompt Attention '
Engine Repairing Specialty
Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. t We Will Appreciate Your Patronage.
Agency for- BREVARD COUNTY COURT.The On Sunday lnt Capt. A. Bennett, of L .

_ 'Chall. A. Strelinger Gasoline Engines Eau (lailie. gave; a sail to a few friends, _. :too--e 1 G321 {3 L3sr}
on board. his roomy house-boat. Roches
Send Stamp for Catalogue. County Court convened again on ter. After. cruising on Indian River fora East Coast Meat Market -- -
Monday. There wan only one case. while, the table was laid for twelve O
r State of Fiol idavsLarsJorgensenwho persons all of whom ate an excellently O. F. DUREN, Agent. E2.1.: : RA: :c Y &;, :E3

was charged with soiling liquor withouta prepared meal. those
Among who wenton s: DEALERS IN-
E. Vesey Hall license. The jury brought In a verdictof the above boat were the following: cn
not guilty M. Goldsmith prosecuted Mr. and Mis. Taylor and daughter, Mr. .. yC GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODO D ;
In the absence of D. I., Uaulden, and O. and Mrs. Kecstone nun eon. Mr. and Mrs: ,-, _. FKIUIU
A, Frost defended. A. Bennett, Mr !liobt. Men/el, Mr. S pil co: : w We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents! for MAPEi; of f all c'ere.
' Court adjourned on Tuesday lar, Mrs. A. Treutler and Miss Thigpen. We deal exclusively the above line of goods: and solicit the trade '
Boatbuilder All report a very enjoyable sal I. i It P ty cJ Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered! at youi 8"'wW. !' .
: 3 E. L. BRADY BRO. k TITUSVILI.E
aea.
t FINE MARMALADE AND JELLY -

FINE WEATHER. t

(JEOUOIANA, FLA. !guava Some jelly of the and finest preserved orange figs marmalade sent Into, i The weather ;Indian; River. has been -=. .N-.. E. GOLDSMITH,

J, the ADVOCATE: office in a long while. Is delightful during the past few weeks, esy
that from the factory of J. C. Manon of and the temperature has seldom been below ti -.uewiwr In-

Hodgson Bros. Jacksonville. Many who have sampled 70 deg. or above 80dec. In the slade. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.EL. 6=J ,. STAPLE FROIITITUSVILLE
the above, say they are most delicious, Of course, heavy clothing has been at a AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY, GRAIN,
,
and a credit to the above well-known discount, *n<1 I many people are going!
K.\t1 GAI.I.IE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. manufi around without coat vest and PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. ,
1turer.KILLING or
with
Marine Hallway. straw hats on their heads. I... OTLC>V'V'Sri FLOR)

However,\Vedoonday evening cool -
Goue Merchants. and Ship Chandlers. DUCKS AND QUAIL.Our wave reached here, which made people -

.special Facilities. don their coat and vests. It WM not INDIAN RIvER ICE: FACTOItf..

for ; hunters have been returning during cold enough for frost. r
Out and
Hauling Storing Repairing ,
the past week or two, fairly well sup r r, TITUSVILLE, FLA. aI,,
t$ Yachts and Launches.Montlrm with wild duck, shot on Indian MASONS' Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity--Sacked or loose. special
: the AnvooATB whim writing. River or adjtcent pond and lagoons; .And CMEETING. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Falrdealing Is tn> motto

.I ... as to quail, it Is claimed! they were nevermore r T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
There
will be
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a special meeting of In-
than
plentiful they ate at present,
1)ruylug. In the wouds South and West of Tltos- dian River Lodge No. PO, F. A A. M.\ at :rT i SVJLLE srrAIJ:
vllle. their lodge: room In the Indian River hotel ,: :-v .R y

Uraying; or hauling of alii I Inds promptly I Tltusville, this (Friday) evening
attended to. Meant, all trains. Business There will be work In the third degree, ...:i ,
promptly attended to. : A BIG POTATOE.Mr. and a light; supper afterwards. All memo FEED AND SALE "', s.-\ODI.E HOF

K3ULI8U A HOLTK.V, Titusville. I I bers are requested to be present on the
above occasion. ...STABLES... Bt tEw.
--- A. J. Carter, of Turnbnll, was a
OVER FIVE THOUS.VND OF WAL. pleasant caller at this office on IVe.tees.. ---- ,'RRf
ton's Rapid Calking Tools now In use day, and added his Dame to onr rapidly SCHOOLGROUNDIMPROVE BAGGAGE
by boat owners In the United States. 'Increasing subscription list. Mr. Carter wr -rt'R Or
Price #...(1) and $ .On each, at the ADVOCATK presented ns with a sweet potato which The ,grounds around the 'Tltntvtlle TRANSFER mod
office, Tltutvllle, Kla.S3P weighs 1IU" It wall plant**! lo his High School have been much Improved Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers ai' kjl!
'garden in May.\ Callers at the ADVOCATE this week, by having< palmetto bark from Ales, Stout Etc. I HAULING, ETC.

Reading notice ads on this page : office can see this mammoth potato tb. Florid Extract Works, spread alt CVSend me your ITITUSVILLE .
uo live cents per line per week. I *. over tbe land. and COCOA J. M. OSBAN & BRO. rLD
FLORIDA. rlT CSVILLE.Back of Geo. M. Bobbins office.EAST .-


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