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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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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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: 15. NO. 7. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1004. PRICE, 5o.i .
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'i: LOCAL NEWS -Mrs. Geo. W. Holmes and daughter Special Sale at Kline's Dry -Mr. E. L. Brady, la in Miami this DEATH OF j. MCLEAN. AMONG THE HOTELS.

: will\ leave Columbus 0., for City Point Goods Store.It week, looking after his bu.lnee.lntel'ollts. -

:*:And Topics of General Interest this week. there. :Mr.\ James MoLenn, of Jensen, died Where to atop along the East Coast.

\t. -Mrs. L. O. Brannlng and Mrs. E. E would be impossible to enumerate -Mr. A. H. O'Neal left Tituiville\ ,, on Tuesday morning, October 4\bt at between See Jilt of hotels and boarding house M'

THE ADVOCATE, Rollins will entertain the Progressive all the bargains we have for you on, Mon Wednesday, for a day at the Metropolis 0 and 7 o'clock, of lrlshtdlsea on let !and 7th pages. ;

;; in advance. Culture Club at the home of the former, day, October 10th. of Florida. Capt. McLean was born on Oouroc Mr.' it. F. Stewart owner of the Seaside -
,,; 1.50 per annum, .. JULIUS KLINE Grenock Scotland, and was In his 84tb
has returned home
.t.OO" six months, on Tuesday next. Judge D. L. Gaulden spent par of Inn, Goodall
.' $3.00 per an. to foreign countries. i Tltusvllle FlA. year at the time of his death, He bad from the World's Fair. St. Louts. It 4,
this
-Born, at the home of Mrs. II. II. Wednesday and Thursday of week the two And
boon sick for vast months weather while he
.r :r_" Reading notice ads. are ten cents Corwtn, In North Tltusvllle, on Monday, -Dr. F. H. Houghton leftWestervllle, with his family DeLaod. was supposed to boImproving when betook was extremely warm

per line on this page. Ootober 3, 1004 at noon, to Mr. and Mrs. 0., :yesterday, on a visit to relatives In -Born in Tltusvllle to Mr. and Mrs. a turn for the worse on Monda was at the Fair.

When you subscribe for the ADVO" O. A. Quarterman, of Chester.. Shoals a Vermont and Wllllamstown, Mass Oeo. Uraddook, of Sebastian a 32-lb. morning, never regalnlnoonlcl.llllne.l./ Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Potter owners of '

three CAPE gents by the.per year week, ,it postage does not inoluded.cost you daughter -Miss C. M. Palmer, of the Sembler daughter at 1]: m. Monday, Oct, 3rd. Mrs M. A, Norwood of OORla,was wire)1 the Clarendon Inn, Seabreexe have beenenjoying this a
0.
-Mrs. L. Wv Halle, who have been Tltusvllle left Wednesday for, and was there to administer<< to 'hll a visit to Columbus, ,
Cottage Miss Josephine Brady Titusville,
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on week. They were guests of the Nell\
with her mother at Va. wants during his last moments.
Hampton, expects
,
for few visit with Mrs.
sale at.the following news-stands at five morning( a days' Tuesday, for Fort Pierce, where she will the cold weatherIn
Potter
hotel. Mr., says
to leave tonight for Brooklyn N. The Interment was In the Jensen come-
Mlms Mlms.
at
Tito svllle-Red Cross Pharmacy. Y., where she will, \ spend two weeks kith weeks. t ry on Tuesday afternoon, Itev H. II. Ohio does not agree
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Jacksonville-,Duval hotel. her sister Mrs.-Adolpb Kraelzer. -Mr. Walter Lund, superintendent of Jones performing the funeral rites Mr. and Mrs. C. U. Smith, ot the ,Hotel -
the Clyde docks Jacksonville, was In Louise Brown and Miss Oarce
-Miss Mr. McLean was one of the oldest so1\- returned to Jacksonville
WInrllo ,
,
Note date of expiration printed upon -Mr. Oeo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, was a
town on Monday, looking: after his property Reed both of Tltnsvllle left Monday for
your paper or wrapper every week. This pleasant visitor at this office on Satur- tiers on the East Const, and was know Friday, Sept. a3rd from a very pleasant
is a receipt for your money. No need interests Tltusvllle.Mrs. Winter Park, Fl., to enter Rollins< Col to all the old-time settlers from Jacksonvllle trip north of about three months.
the Walton Self Pul-
dap, to see -Looking
for us to send receipt for subscription. Block and Patent Tool T. B Hicks and baby, who lege. to Key Wont, having run a trod Mr*. Austin Blackman a sifter of $ '
ley Caulking
date it to ,
The Rives you.
with both of which he was greatlypleased h."e been visiting Mrs. Hick's parent.* FANCY< NECKWEAR FOR TIlE LA- vessel along the East Coast for man;;, Mrs. C. B. Smith, accompanied<< the .tat F

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red Mr. and Mr. A. J. Sembler, for the past dies. Large Line.J. years, before the time of the rallroathrotigbt < ter to the Metropolis of Florida,' where

,Cross Pharmacy, 'l'ltuavllle.Dr. W week, left Wednesday. for. their R. Walker A Co., Tltusvllle.Capt. this section. Of late years. she expect to spend the winter.

.;:' and Mrs. E. E. Rollins made a -Mr. Wm. Messer, baggage man on come at Sebastian. Capt. McLean has devoted his ,attontloi Mr, anti Mr, bmlth spent much timeRochester
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the Titusville Sanford branch of the F. James Prltohard president of to bin pineapple plantation at Jensen, and In and other town In the
trip to Delesplne on Saturday last. -Mrs. D. W. Monroe and children, ar-
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Indian River Slate Bank of Titusrifle
the
i. E. O. R'y., had his leg badly bruised and Ived on Saturday l last, and will make had laid up enough of this world'goods Empire State also In Cleveland, 0., and
,t Several ladles, prominent In Titus- his ankle sprained on Sunday last, by a their future home here. Mrs. Monroe left, on Tuesday, for the llthlaipilngsof I to live In comparative ease during hli, other points on the Great Lake. Mr.

., lIle' social whirl are learning Bridge. barrel of grits falling on it, which Incapacitated laa spent the past four or five month. at Au.teltOaaod will be gone declining years.SURPRISE Smith took in the Word'i Fair, hi. wife
[whist. him for railroad work for I several days.
Benton, near'Lake rityj Fla. being unable to accompany him on ao-
FRESH OYSTERS ON SATURDAY AT four or five days. -Mrs. S. N. Gladwln and daughter' MISS BROWN,, ooun' of remaining with a sick relative.Mr. .
IN[ THE RUSH who have the
Miss summer
Susie
spent
Daren's Market. SPECIAL SALE Smith said the St. Louis Exposition
Our Furniture stock has not been overlooked Plaiting friends and relatives In the Oa of last week a few
avannt :Monday, October 10th, Ladies' Dress Friday evening Is far I\heaiof the Columbian at Chicago.The .
the
-Capt. W. W. Jarvis, or neglected. We can please North sail today, from New York for
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Skirts. Prices from $1.25 to $3. of the friends of Miss Louise Brown, couple looked exceeding welt ;y
of Mr. 'Jefferson has returned range
courier to this city Joseph for the .eason., -Palm Largest and"best line ever shown "In you. J. R. Walker A Co., Tltusvllle. I heir home In Tltusvllle. this place, made her a ..surprise party, at showing the benefit'" of rest and travel ; I

Beach News. Titusville. The Large Brick Store.J. -Mr. W. H. Hall and family of -Mr. Trecvsnt Feaster leaves to- her home on Julia street During tae absence of Mr. and :Mr' !r +

R'. Walker A Co., Titusville. fltusvllle, who have been Ip Cocoa for I lay for a week!; or ten day at Esu Galle Although/ only I a few were present the C. B. Smith, of the Hotel Wlole, In the

Sheriff and Mrs Brown and little the past. month, returned. Dome on _Fridayast. Fort Pierce and maybe Miami. lie occasion was none the leas enjoyable north for about three month this summer *

daughter, Leila returned to Tltusville, -Mr. G. F. Paddison, general managerof Mr. Hall has been assisting Mr. will be back here during camp meeting and all report a moot pleasant time. this popular hostelry has been.ably
the East Coast Lumber A '
Co.;
Saturday. lira Brown and daughter Supply F.: J. Wooten la getting his tax books to assist In Kline' store. The evening was devoted 'to playing conducted by Mr. U. II. Pollock. With

had been enjoying a week's visit with accompanied by his wife, were south: ready. games and music the latter being much his previous experience: In managing .k

Mrs. Tom Robinson at.Sharpes. bound passengers on Tuesday, en routeto YOUNG MEN enjoyed by all. A vocal selection by the : hotel lie was well qualified to carry on
their home In Eau Gallic after enjoying -Mrs. M. A. Norwood, of, Ocala who See the season's LATEST In lists. '
hostess Miss Louisa, a piano solo by both American and t'
DO YOU WANT a pleasant visit with relatives In was caved to the deathbed of Mr.James We have the best line ever shown In the Wlndle a* an
Miss Annie Jones, and a violin solo by be
caterer
was
Crinolines. As
Rags, Mattings, or We McLean of Jensen In Tltusvllle all Standard makes European hostelry i I a
Ohio and taking In the sights of the St. ,stopped the city
'have them galore all prices, see them. I Miss Maggie Collins, accompanied by a success, and ha kept up the first-da
look after her interests
Louis Fair ::yesterday to property J. R. Walker: Co., Tltusvllle.
J. R. Walker Co., Tltusville.Mrs. here. She left on the afternoon Miss Jones were much appreciated by reputation of the house lie left Sept.
Judge Minor S. Jones of Tltusville\ -We take pleasure In calling the Attention the young pttople.Refreshments 37th for the World's Fair, expecting to I

A. A. Stewart, of Tltnsville\ and J. D. Beggs prosecuting attorneyof train for her home. of our readers to the largo display consisting of ice cream stop over a few hours at Macon and Atlanta -'

left for St. Augustine. Sunday, accompanied the circuit court, arrived In the city -J. R. Walker lit district; J. R. ad. of the new firm of Penny fcBraonlng cake,candles, fruit and nut, were served and will return In fifteen day.

by her daughter Miss Frankle this morning to attend court and are Mlot, 2nd district; R. A. Conkllng 3rd dealers In Gent'. FurnishingIngs In abundance, and at 11 o'clock the

who entered St. Joseph'. Catholic Con- I registered at the Everglade, where they district; John'O.IJones.| 4th district; and Shoes Boots, Hats Etc., on our (5th( guests departed after extending sincere REPUBLICAN SPEAKING.

vent at that place on Monday. Mrs. I will remain until their business here J. F. Bell of the 6th district, were In page. thanks to their charming young hostess -

Stewart returned home Tuesday. shall have been finished.-Miami '}Ie. town the first of this week attending to -Prof. E. E. Maoy and wife, of Mala- and Mrs. Drown, for so pleasantly snter-. Quite a good size audience gathered: A''

-Miss Willie\ King, who has been tropolis Oct. 3rd. heir official duties as members of the bar, were In 'Tltusvllle, yesterday, en- taming them \ at the Opera house last Friday' evening,

spending the past two weeks with her -Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Hardee, and Board of County Commissioners of Bre- route to Lamar S. C., where they will to hear the republican candidates, Mr. .' '

sister, Mrs. J. T, Feaster at La Orange Miss Ruth Hardee were southbound yard county. hold positions on the Lamar Graded STORE FIXTURES. M. B. MoFarlano for governor;and Mr.

eft on Sunday for Sharpes where shewill passengers on Sunday returning/ from WHEN YOU WISH TO DRIVE call School. They' left via the Clyde St. John. M. Cheney for Congressman from

visit another slater a few days, Michigan and the World's Fair. Mr upon the Tltusylll'e Livery at rear of'Robbln.law Johns River Line. Mr. J. R. Walker Jc. Co., ever on the the second district of Florida.

going to her home at Miami on Saturdaynext. I Hardee reported that they had a fine office for a stylish, up- alert to add to the beauty and attractive. The meeting was called to drdet by Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. R, W. Ooode Mr. C
I time, and that Mrs/Hardee was greatly to-date rig. Leave your order for II.-btewart of Melbourne and J. W. ness of their.. Brick Store have just -on R. W. Ooode, cbarman! of the county
italled five of those handsome HOOK show
rUE NOVELTY STORE Titusvllle, I Improved In health by the summer's all kinds of double and single hauling. of were republican committee of Melbourne,
Bruner Georgian, prominent.IMltors
carries nice line of novelties, stationary outing. Feed> and sale stable a specialty oases, or silent salesman a* they are so who Introduced the speakers. Mr.
a last attend.lug
to Tltusvllle Friday ,
called. J. R. Walker A Co.
J M. Tltusvllle Fla appropriately ; the first speaker and endeavored ..
fancy dishes candles, OSBAM. Cheney was ,
pictures, WALKER& CO.- / the republican.peakiog at the Op ere justly proud of thin acquisition and I

toy., etc. 5 and 10 celltcoullter.. ((1.12 Have opened up this week, a full line -Mr. J. D. Eonls, who recently pun era house that ..#dn". lay their aim Is to have a store second to Impress of upon his hearer
the advisability sending a republican
Among the Well-known Florida visitors of Fall and Winter Dry Goods Gent based the Tltusville blacksmith shop -E. R. Porcher manager of the Lake to none, as to the quality of stock 'carrl- congressman to a republican Congress, If

to the Times-Union Bureau at the Furnishings, Millinery etc., etc. Get arrived ,with hi. family on Monday and Worth Pineapple ansooatlon was a south ed in their various lines nor do they ex- we w.nterll.rle appropriation for our

great St. Louis Fair, last week were I their prices before purchasing. The will make this their future home. Beside bound p.e.eoger.ye.terda1. aocompaned pecC to be satisfied until their storeIstqulpped river and harbors, and a high tariff

Dr. and Mrs. ,V. H. Houghton of Dayfcona Large Brick Store. J, R. Walker 4 the blacksmith work, he will\ build by his family. The assooatlon offlloe In throughout with modern and on pineapples and vegetable He i

Charles H. Walton( editor of the Co., Tltusvllle, Fla. and repair boats. Mr. Ennl has purchased wilt fixture for what
Jacksonville, i be kept open for 'the up-to-date displaying stated that If we were going to live under
IEAST COAST ADVOCATE of Tltusville, -R. E. Mums( ,superintendent and the house and lot In North Titus rest of this week by Mr. J. )<'. Mitchell. they have to sell. The blloot Salesmen the protective tariff principles, Florida
and Robt. J. lile just north of the Mimi house, of
,J. C. Hancock of Stuart secretary; and J. M. Dixon chairman; MALLORY LINE TICKET FOR SALE, gas furnished by the Columbus Show ihonld do all she could to have her

{W. MoNalr of West Palm Beach. J. E. Fnltz and R. N. Andrew., mem- Mrs. M. J. Walker. Fernandlna to New York and Return Cue Co., Columbus, Ga. product. protected.

-Mr. C. V. S. Wilson\ editor of the Mrs of the Board of Public Instruction, I _Mr. Chas. H, Walton after a delightful First-Clan Cheap Apply at the Mr. McFarlsue followed lending his {

Times I Sarasota,' Fla., left Tltusville were In session en Monday of this week. visit with Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghon ADVOCATE office, Titusville.Mrs. DIED IN TITUSVILLE.Mr. mention upon both state and national

(Saturday last, after spendlnz a week By having everything ready they were at Westervllle 0., and a visit to the II. II. Corwln-of Tituiville, diedit Issue and mad strong appeal for the
'of the Mulsh their work In World'. Fair bas to Cincinnati, E. A. Chat field, who ha been
enabled time for
fevith his sons, Mr. Harry Wilson \o to gone 0 m. Monday of chronic dysentery, republican candidate State Superinteodapt -
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ADVOCATE; and Mr. A. K. Wilson ot the return on the 3 p. m. train that after wbero he will be the) guest of Judge Nelson pleasantly spending the summer at after a sickness. of several month. Re of Publlo Instruction.
Ml- Sayler and family for a while. From Brecksvllle, 0., Is now with her cousin Thifae
*V ort Pierce News. He also visited noon.f f n.In were Interred on Tuesday after. gentlemen were good and Inter-
s hat city be will to Knoxvllle and at Lake placid Club N. Y., and about
impressedwith go : and discussed the.sues
but was more favorably istlng speakers, ably
jkral, TUusvlIU n.,
-Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. Price and son, Asheville! en route home. 'Overcoatsand the middle of this month will gu to New loon la the cemetery,
Titusville\ and its future than anyplace of the day from the tepubllcasrtand'point.
W., F. Shoemaker omc.tlor.Tbe .
John, who own a palatial residence at Conn. make for \
tbe-East Coast and stated that glove have been In demand In Ohio Haven to preparations .
; on Arlington near Columbus, 0., will leave"or to her 'Jtockledga home for the deceased leave a wife and son to,
of late and fires In coming
estate the house a necessity. down
the for profitable real Quite a number of people from>>
prospect hi have the -
Daytona and Ponce Park about the winter nourn loss. They srnapahy
investments were fine here, and there Is of the community In their bereave- river point were present and the lodlan'mver
middle of next month. Mr. and Mr. Blacksmith
nothing to stop Titusville from !going/ Shop. -A great many Ohio people will be on nent. [[ Band wo/ present aDd pleasntlyllled ; ,.
residence
Price winter at the
own a cozy
ahead. the East Coast this winter. Our Mr. the Intermission In the speaking
latter They both have colds and Webber
place. I do all kinds blacksmith and boat I Walton I.I scattering ADVOCATES broad -;Mr. from vlth popular and national selections. ;

I V Burmuda Onion Seed* are 'longing to gt to the East Coast of repair work. Give me a trial.J. I cast among them -Hotels and boardinghouses ifs trip to Cuba, yesterday, and la now ,

Florida. D. E.tn fTltusvllle I may look for a good business aklag Mr. Howard' place In the ex- Winter Hotel Wanted. '

j, Just'received direct from Tenerlffe, i Fla. I and It would be well for the proprietors cress efllce/ at Titusville. -
my own Importation of white and red, Millinery Opening. II Winter hotel wanted by notbern hotel ;
I to get their ads la 'the ADVOCATE In.
$2.73 per lb. Potatoes, No. 4 Rose, for nan, to rent or run on percentage.
Furnished Cottage For I Cent.' I time. Fine 1'roperty For Sale.
fall planting. Saturday, October lath. 10O4, ., J. M.Saad 9COOKS ..I 1-31: Address; Box: D, Onset, Mas*.
..*. Coeoa: n... ..rAsst.
L. CAMERON Seedsman Three neatly famished cottage at -GLOBE-WERNICKE BOOKCase Two nice cottage adjoining each

8-3t Jacksonville, Fla. Come and see my new and np- o-. ate Eau Oallle, Indian River Fla., for rent In plain, quarter sawed and other la North Tltusvllle, with an acre manager o* Hotel Clerk

line of Fine Millinery and Dress Goods, winter weathered Oak and in Mahogany. of hammock and fire acres of. rich muck -
the
for
at 100.00 each "&1100.
This May Suit You. Trimmings and Laces Just ipcelved. contain four' room each stand FURNITURE sod, suitable for truck farm; Good With excellent references, wants aKHiltlon
They ;
A first-class milliner will\ be In chargeof ilgh from the ground and command a DRY GOODS, aver f ron t. The larger cottage h** th ree South for the winter. Wife

the above department.J. : 14110 ES. looping rooms and a servant's room up- vlll act .. housekeeper or office assist
In of the owner' Inabilityto beautiful view of Indian River. Fine
return contquence to Florida the undersigned M. SAJTDEBS: location and congenial society. Rare CHAS. OAKUNKR." tabs; and a parlor sitting roomfdlnlng int, It| desired. Both excellent typists. ,

Cocoa Fla. Tltusvllle Fla. com and hitching/ below. The adjoin Iddresa O. EMEMSON BoDes,
offers for sale at a bargain his brother'sorange Lance. For further particulars address
log cottage has two sleeping room. andervant's :a3l Columbus Ave.,
bearing J. A.
of ISO young, GILBERT
grove Stores and Ran es. Sandstone room In second story, and ft-3t: Boston, Mas*.
orange and grapefruit trees and a two- tf Odessa, N. Y' i
Ittlng room, dining room and kltcblngwlow.
five -
house Including acreaof
story frame ; Shoe Ilepalrlnfl;
the finest vegetable) land on Merritt'sIsland Just received a carload of O. JC Cleaning, and Pressing.All Uniform Size and Color. Smooth Large, brick cistern to both .

Fla. and two good Stove and Ranges. Now Is your time and Hard. No bats. Takes Lee Lime. touses. Adapted for a nice winter
Indian River, I I do all kinds of boot and shoe rpt- j'
wells. Will\ sell cheap. Write to to buy. For prices, eta, apply to work,done np-to-date. Call and These arc the reason why you should kome. .ng, and do not forget It. Opposite Jaa.E .

J. A. GfLBKBT JAMES pBtrcaABO & Soar.THnsville see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor use them. I Apply to GEO. M. ROBBUII, E>rlftbard Son. AUDBXW GISWON.

U Odessa, N. Y.; \ Fla. Barber hop, on Washington avenue. EA.TCo&sr LCMBEB BCPPLV Co. Tltnsvtlla, Fla. 'Tltusvtlle ria.AND .


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PI' \"II. reletitdl a little. I I"LE.t'li nee Maxwell drew a long !brertth. faeldeat<< of the Fr.'h .........on. GENERAL DIRECTORY.
hedge: Ills pulses werocl b.1I
Free and pretend by nil means... I will i "Ah, moon of my delight that knowsno voice sounded strange In his own lr;ears. time de Crequey, a French courtlady \

Acceptecf u\t Masons. therefore Introduce myself .as the I wane." be breathed. The girl's gaze "Madeleine. may I cross the hedge?" who was Imprisoned In the Luxembourg U. 8. 8E AT0R8.

/ Princess of the Bins Porgetmenota, wandered past him to where the waves at the time of the revolution J.P..tallaferro. Jaes. ,,?,' ,
There was a moment's silence tensevibrant B. ICAUllury. Iv. :
w who lives In yonder enchanted castle, I danced In shimmering ripples under through which Maxwell cough: tells In her diary of "a small pul U. 8. bONORESSMKX. t "( I '
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waving her band toward the hilL the soft radiance and for a spnee tbeIIP..II woman" never said a word tot
who
dimly. the distant beat of the waves Robert W. Davis... .. ,I',',
Indian I ; ;No. 90 Maxwell niched contentedly."SVhnt I of the night laid Its bash upon the the two or'three day she was In the! M.ftparfcman..... .. .... .... .' I i ,,aka, '
a lovely mmrne..It exactly:: I them Maxwell leaned toward toe bar delicate penetrating fragrance same room never went to bed but satIn Wro. H. Jjunar. .. ... :MM.,, !,,, ,'I'''":
'Tltusvllle the honeysuckle. Then slowly she lift
River /< 1; Mrs. she had U. 8. LAND OFFICE.
suits your eyeH. And la Cory rier. u chair watching u casket" ::
ed tender wistful bin while
to
aunt tb..nT' hurrying at signs eyes "Oiie morning on H.8.' Chubb.. 1 H(, .
on *
Lodge.; rr Florida. your "1)0 you smell! the honeysuckle!! lie her lips curved Into the sweetest smllo brought with her. W. O. KubliiKon........ .. .. ... Ib. ''"
Hold Its weitting, the amtonilaoil fnnrth Frl of danger. "Why baven't I met you, murniuretl. The girl shivered. "You may try." she suld.Re..on retumliitf; from the yard she says. Ottlce at Gainesville, Florida. "r
day of eaau month IL' their room Indian' River before? I will come and cull," reuse "It Is almost too sweet. she answerfd "we found the little woman gone n Vl FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

Hotel Tltun'Ille,at 7:30: o'clock p. in. tlvely. "I love Mr Cory." The girl: low "tointense." only the ciisUet remaining. A Jailer: E. N. rXinloU, Palm Beach,.. ,.,?,,,
T.n:. H&hilnri, worehi 'rut MaHter For La6.hln. ''
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bOIlIIttl'r to fetch W.M.Jones, TllusvlUe, ,,
flullllt'll. Repreun ,
In about 1111 ?
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F. A. Morgan Senior Warden. "Then give me the spray you wear, did caaae '
M H. Ham, Junior Warden. "No, no, you mustn't! she cried abruptly she mechanicallyheld "Why everybody laugh so loner it. lime! Buff nt boldly/ asked I bin. EXECUTIVE: DEPARTMENT!::
J. M. Dixon,Treamirar. be begged. nut us ; thnt of old ? I IiMi't It
over story- Boreby's
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-"thn till. Kny aunt Is ill. hall wllf'tllt'r'the owner would return. IIlsj 1 WOT. 8.JennlnRH,.... i I" ,
J. K Walker, buck
Hanialary.J. It out he drew "
a bit tunny. H, Clay Crawford ..,.Sucretan! siu.l
a, Illiiok.Chaplain.IT. t I confused. Then, at Maxwell's puzzled only answer was to pass his. hand .. .... .. '
"Put It on for m1''. he besought.Still W. V. Knott Ti," ,
.
r, R. K.M.Mh Taylor Hmilor Lwacon.Deaoon. tare, she broke Into persuasion. "?>on' "Tlioy: were afraid he would tell:) another 'tI:1' back, of his neck. Then hi .In....,,*H. Wliltileld... .. AtturiuW.N.BheaU -* ?
ns, Junior bent across
In silence the girl across
"
...
If ... ...
they kept .SlIpt. PIII.llo
quiet.
Inm
O. H. Walton,ttonlor Steward.A. you nee bow the wliolo thing would be proceeded to break open the casket It ,
t ho odorous hedge and slipped' the B. E. aleLln.ComwiedoeerAgri
A. Stewart, Junior Steward. n
P. W.Koiiertu,Tvler. polled?" she cried. "If we were to )Dower bill contained a man's bloody shirt, without Alone C. (Croom........ Cum .u 'lot.
Into his cont Tjuddenly California Prune Wafers! .... .. ..
J.Clifford R. Footer Adjutant (
: Jlarnhal.OKDRIt :lenera,
F.M. Wooten. meet tens and chatter Inanities o. which was always cut off>
at hand cloned over the fingers on his u collar Jobn Bradford,. ...... .... ....Surve3n.t(; dill
people do. If you were to meet me 'out' breast holding them so' thnt'she could The. great tonlo cathartic an Invaluable before un execution; also u handful of It. E. Rune :.'' State ("lnmuoMges .
;
; Fmrilla
OF KA8TKUN STAU.FrlamlHhlp as plain Miss., SmUh-can't you needon't feel the pounding; of bin heart For a cure for /Malaria) Biliousness Constipation silky black hair and a piece of paper at TallalwBwe JCDGKS,

Clia. |>t..r, No. 11,hold IU meeting you understand?" moment the girl looked deep Into Nervousness, Catarrh of the on which was written. 'For my mother BUTREME COURT

ant In the and Mammlo third lyKilna Tueitday nrain In each Tltunvllle month on at 7 the::'MK. "IJut"-objectPll Maxwell. The glri'eeyes long his eyes.' Her heart quickened, and Stomach, Bad Breath, Oily/ Skin, Sleep.temmeita. Our jailer never would Jell'' us the name! F.M.H.Mabry B. Carter.... ,.. .. .Afsociuta.h.limtlui,,",-,.

m. The following are the ollloen of the flunked. wnmmnl nor did we ..
her face showed white In the moon Wind and all Liver", Stomach of this unhappy H. J" "

CapteriMM.. M.i A. Bflrlnnf( (>mir, W. M. "Oh, very well then; do It" she de. light but she drew away the: hand and and Bowel trouble, 100) Wafem 25' cents ever discover who and what her son RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS:

F. A. Morgan, W. P. clared. "What does It mutter anyway? managed to smile. led Cross Pharmacy, Tltunvlll, Fla. wus'" Jefferson B. Browne, cIiairniuu.V; t Kev Went.' '
Mesa 1 Zinclifl Stewart: Anaoc Mr II. It. Wllaon Hooretary. "The game has been very pleasant J. M. Kryan.... ..... KlKHlmnirf.,
John M.DixonTreuiuren not !have/ spoken to you at all. You she said' slowly. "Hut now the end A Japaueae Le.end. Opaac R. C. Dunn clerk. .. ..... Mai.iMin.
Mine Kate Stewart Cimduotreiii have shown me that quite plainly The reuown of the Japanese for courage Cures a cold in 21 hours. Heai.cjuartern and orncei at Tallnhaowe Rte
t to good
Mr.J. Kline Aorluta Con. bas come and tonight am say; "
Mr. J. R. Walker Ruth.Mr Therefore In any case' I think the ac was MS remarkable In Marco Po pleasant and agreeable laxative, painless CIRCUIT COURT

*. Oeo. W. ftcolilo,Ada. qualntunce bad better stop here and by \ lo's day ns it Is in the present. Henarrates yet effective. Prescribed by plij l- Minor S.Jones,Tltnsvillo! .Clrcuitlud...
Mrs.J.t, Carruthnri, Martha Maxwell started. "Ooodby, be J. I>. Bcru| OrlaiMln,, ...Pronenuliiiir Attorney.
of invasion of recommended all
Mr. Oeo. M. Rohbinn Kther; now have the story an JlaDs. and by druggistsis ( R.rorln/CTerm-Fourtb Monday In .March
Mr*. F. A. Morgan MarhaUMl "But." Interposed' Maxwell again. echoed stupidly "Now, after'you the country by the forces of the khaiof ) an Invaluable substitute for mineral! trail. term-Fourth Monday in O tube.
** Aleph Mliim, Klucta.O. to me. Goodby! It baa not been .
come of So.OOO pills and castor oil 100 wafers 2r cents
A Japanese '
Tartary. army BRKVARD CO
H. Walton I Warder "can't you see It's only because 1 wantto CCUHTA.
Mr*.T.T. Wotmore: Hentlnel.; meet you again somewhere anywhere all a game/: be went on, gathering/ moil wns besieged: In a tower. Itefus itReJ Cross Pharmacy Tltunvllle Fla. .D.Penney,. ..Conntv ,h .I tee,
J. It Carrti thorn, Cliapluln.A" courage. The girl put up a protesting they until all -----.- D. L. Oaulden.... .. .... .Prosecuting, Attorney.
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Ing to surrender fought --- ------- -
? recklesi"ly. "What do I care A, A. ( t(-wart,. .. Count] Merk.
--- -- for Mrs. Cory? You will corne back band. but eight! of them were killed. Ontllelle Spring Term-Second Mniulnv In May
"No. no; we were pretending, re eltflit--travelers' wonders must Bummer Term-Second Monday in AiiKimt.
here? he lmplon The girl,smiled. Fall Term-Second Monday In NovemWinter ';..
"You will promise.. to stay on yonr member. creep lu--It was found Impossible to Inflict Term-Second Monday In Fullmrv. ,

own Hide of the hedge?" "There was no pretense on my side. any Wound. "Now.: this' was by fifE 651 COUNTY SCHOOL HOARI
/NfW& Maxwell's voice was steady. "I love .
i virtue of certain stones which they hat
"It 1 must. obediently. "Hut-am R. E. Mime Superintendent..Ionaveuone.
"* I never to cross !It?" Her face chnngcfl. you. lu their untie inserted' between the MonihtitJ: hLDlxonchairmmsTlhtsrllle;
R. N. A."lrewA.lona; K mltz,SprucehliiiT'
JfliBwfS* Before I leave I will myself break "Rut you cnn't you tnustn't. Yon'renot skin nnd the 11 1':;h. And thecliarni andvh'tre .
tOMMl&SIONEHS.
the' pinyintllir./ Besides yon don't If, tlit'M' stones were such that COUNTY :
and best
spell then If'rhllpS"-Bhe
RCf4EcOR .t. Wn'knr.' chalriimn, TltUKvllle; Jnim' H.
girl
MSlNESS tate "But until then no." even know my nnme, urged the those \vl.o wore lheiiu,<'ould never per Mint, Indlnnolu; U A. {'"nklhllt111",,,," 'II.IID

,' "You are going" In alarm Slip In c1I \IItly. Maxwell 10ullll..l."N'ot Uh 1'3'| HtoiM/ Tl.e.v: were: therefore C.J"ilexgoay.1.F.BebWhite'ity; RmularHvBHlnim
held lint each
Monday in niontnHKEVARU
know ? t have always ma
laughed again you beaten to death with clubs.
I.- known you and waited for you," he asserted. !: COUNTY: OFFICEI18.
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'"Surely you cunnot' expect' me to remain The girl, who had glanced up .- -- A. D.I>..nny.Tltu vll1e;. .... Couiu> ,h.ui'"
: WOMEN . .
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forever? 1) L. OoulIuo, Tlruavlll;. i'rna.ttt' ,
shook her hend. .. I'lmi
quickly A. A. Htewart Tltusvllle, Count! ,
"I : u Kl remain ht'r-torl''I'C'r. he a1'r
tAaerv co "You are mistake! she murmured. 7t J.-F, Woolen Ciicon .J:. .. ." Tax Amcmut1C.
-- Y answered. :. W. Hail.11rnevdie,., Tax fullwtw,
"I I thought ourselves Just pretend. If nervous and tired out .
: ; you ore John Henry TltllMVIl e. TruaHiirtT
t avbulu+enw, tele. On the other side of the fence? wIth ing. I thought you knew the rules of continually ;you could have no R. E. M hua. Boiiavet ture Supt I'ub Jn. ,
tilted chin. clearer of tiio J. O. Fries, Tl iiBvllle,. . County Biir\ Mir.
Forgive! but-I am already warning approachof ..
"On the the gnme. me ,I. P. llrown.Tltnuvllle., .. Shi-riff.
mtlt'Ilde.. emphatically! engaged." Bi-rious female trouble. W. 8.]Norwood., TltiifVllle. .Re?lutratloii, OlllurTITOSVI'LLK
Would 'I were there novl"! Do not wait: until you suffer unbearable -
exclamation broke : TOWN COUNCIL
"What! The :
"Already wishing for departure." pain before: you seek treatment -
my from Slaxwell. When be wenton O.A. F..t.lliayol.i: Van Worley itiHralml' and
munmm'd the girl In exaggerated 'r. sharply "i ou need Wine of Ciinlui tax onll-*l'I"rl R. fc.!: Minis jr., rlertc and treannrer .
taX,9taunat mv : prone "Ooodby. then; this time real!, It was lu an'filtered voice."I now just on much as if the trouble ; John Henry tax sneiiinr. ; .J. It. Walker
I see. It bas been my own fault were more de eloped and the torturing F. A. It organ, L. A.Hrndy, P. J. Hull amr.l. L.
goodby., rrtunciluien. The council meets
rarmthem.
"Hut will come, back" eagerly.. I should have played. even, but I ,put pains of disordered menstruation flrst Tuesday In each month. ,:"
you ;
Double bearing down pains,
too much on the hazu: d. or
. . She paused and glanced back ovi' and I lose. Quits It Is." leucorrhoea, backache and head TITU8VILLF.! BOARD OF TRADE.
quits the game O. M. RnhMn, president 1.1. M. Dlxon, traninrer. -
her Rhoulder.. ache to the ;|
were driving unfailing -
with a bitter little laugh. The girl r.nadi'U"r you ,1. H. Hunt, nanretary. Meets second Wednesday .
Over "Perhaps. she annwered. relief that \\ ins of Cardulhwrbroti night In each mouth at their

a The slow sweet summer day drif 1 caught her breath 9lcoa ( rit hundreds of thousandsof --- --- -- roow.-
J "Hut I never dreamed tbnt.you would !
womCli imdviil
bring
lazily" by. and with them Maxwell bnlfconsciously t you.
HoneysuckleHedge take It like this," she faltered./ "And Wine of Cardui will, drive out
I nit otendll'!!
;tone! the less' '
and It was BO long ago that I became SYRUP all trace'of weakness and banish
felt his of mind Ilt
f pence slipping,
engaged. It Is only lately I have learned _IIlIIII'I- nervous spells headache and backache -

By A.: M. that he still cures. Would you care 'T iii -....... and prevent the symptoms
sloe Hillside was a quiet place. The 4 jl 5 uw from into dangerous
DAVIESOGDEN quickly developing -
? rather -
to engagement ring ..-
amIRNlhtl9Wbs Country club where he was stopping., see my
: troubles that will be hardto
T. C. lfcCh.J. ... wistfully. "Yes, I want you to," as DR. '
was small and dull. No one fUI'Htlonl.'c1bill THACHERIS ..- check. Secure a $1.00 bottle of I
rorulugs, and goings: and more and Maxwell uttered a fierce protest untying Wine of Cardui today. EEDDrier.

more! he felt his life concentrating / a blue ribbon from her throat she liver "' dealer does not keep it, Iflour
The afternoon was minny and warm, Into the hour passed beneath the big laid it In hU palm. On the ribbon & Blood, money to the Ladies' Advisory denc..Theyhaveaeverfailedwon't your tonfl-

"y and the young man lying !beneath the oak. Every afternoon he hurried to was fastened a slender circlet of gold j mPofc a1' Dept., The Chattanooga MedicineCo. fail now.

), onk tret let the book ntlp from listless the tree nnd watched eagerly for a twined with forgetmenots. Maxwell SYRUP Bad Blood .. Chattanooga, Term., and the Sold by all d.alera

k Angers and bill eyes jtvundcr! Idly to the glimpse'' :' of the white truck IJverla. looked at It with distaste. -" luaooalPu'Drtu medicine will be sent you. postpaid 1905 Seed, free.D. .Aanarl

tangle of green II 00 VI'. Thus It hap, lug seemed the days tu which she did l "Hence your name," be said absently ..... : M. FERRY a: 00. /

pen('(). that lie did not see a slender pot appear' Yet still she remained IIJt'11Iilln' twisting the ring with uDI.'On clousfing..rs. .. a..-.: WINJeCARD Datrolt, Mleh.
"A good message for him to _., .... -...
.
nnd tharm-
white figure which curuu down the bill us tantalizing u
1 to the frugrimt hedge dividing them. lug. Did these days mean anything to leave but surely an unnecessary, name = gteUI -

her lie hardly dared hope for It, nUll for you. Who would forget you blue r;!
Aroused he thrust I ;
( by iw slight sound ,' eyed princess? Itlue is true. Blue Iswhy" Ja a ulator ;, C FOLEY5i10NEYANDTARCu..e.

back his hut. For on Instant be gazed. He broke off abruptly, with .-
" If she would only come once In the. Colds Prevents Pnun"'..
bewildered. Then, meeting! the girl's suddenly riveted on the little ring. ......., ........
eyes .. .
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evening, then ho- might,\ Indeed Wile ...... ;;....... .---- ... ... .. ..
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surprised! look JUI sprung up. himself luoro than a mere acquaint For n second he stared In bewilderment ,-. ....T..........""" ...... .... --- ---

"I hope that I am not treHpaanlng' ," mice. Hut at bin suggestion thensin. then glanced at the girl. Her IUI-

be began doubtfully. "It I am futrud- only lunched.And face was rose red In the moonlight, and, IICUJsuJ a.-........... -,w.-.:.. ,

Ing"-! then nt last when all tfce worl: Maxwell gasped."Madeleine.I" .. '''
FR. ..... ""'
he cried swiftly, In ...
"No. I believe not," the reHH>lI etl. lay white and dreamy" beneath! tin lafea.uae Dis c
credulously. "Madeleine, Is It really SAMPLE.
tiuimishlnc.. she stepplni! culnLq f"I
"Our laud stops at this bcnlge I fancy. came "' ; PTHACHIR \
!
dear little sweetheart sytUfL4EDIClhE
vt UCI'Uf": 1It'1 '(U': -v ir I iu. At sl!;;:.ht vt't you? My girl 1'tft
11 If you car () stay, of course-I cnme my first little love, who promised to a. Iwo' e

to. look lIt the view" she added, with marry me when "she, grew up the day co., E gllEt 1 -
"' .>
f souio Irrelevance. The man nodded. I !gave her tbls'rlnl.Iodelelne!" The 1e't...s IttilU, aIII'

"It Is grput tieiigreeiL "I have girl uttered an uncertain little laugh. I

t rarely seen anything more beautiful." "1 am Madeleine"

Et He was Htlll looking straight at her "And you knew me all the time?" FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS, A i +, 't .1 ,yh

and the girl guve him a "suspielour, with sudden Intuition. TWO SIZES !SOC.AND S1.OO.

glnnoe. "I often come here to read ""'by, I-I heard that you were If you have never tried this } iyl

Omar" he went on calmly fit fits In here," under lowered lashea. "And tlill great remedy tTtt1 1 lLi(

ornehow." %i! &? book settled It. I told you children bad t 7

"Reu'lly," with polite It vague Interest good memories. Didn't you think ma SEND TODAYfor r

"You caro for Omur. then?" ? You e
very forward for a princess 1It'C. ft free 'samf>l and state 0 1
u "lniruonnely. A book of verses' uudorueutli I didn't want you to kno}v me because symptoms.He .
, your
the trough; a loaf of broad a that la"-breaking; o.T: In pretty cmburnoiMiuent. -
jug of wine and thou lM'nlilu me. alny "You tn-e"- simply ask: you to try it

Ing !In the wll ('rnt'tllI-ah. wilderness "I seo that 1 have been an ass!" exclaimed at our expense.. We know what

were paradlMe now!" J Mnxwell unsteadily Inllp. it,, will do.Thacher.

The girl gravely unfurled her .fluffy 11'111'lw leaned across. I the hedge ninJ;

po rll80l. tried to take her hand but the fclrhltird Medicine Co.
/
i "I must. not longer Interrupt your | [' back. "MaUeletne. I can't )pu:

, E it reading Hue unld. Jotxlhy." Mrs. Fairbanks tells how lie the r'"" "id 1 from the side t>f f."> CHATTANOOGA. TENN.
Ii -------- ---
"Oooilbyl Hut you have only just ''Y IIi
!: of warning will
glect symptoms
.
come I'leiine don't go" he begged. .. ,. -

"I've read euotift-li. for today." soon prostrate a woman. She Write for our.!'!

, "But I don't know you," she objected. F .... A'' .
\ The than held out the Omar thinks woman's safeguard is """

"My: name U on the title page,** be Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable COMPLETEr ; _

r- suggested tcntijtlvely. and the girl m"J': *- f amim -
'
.1-l after a moment's hesitation rnftllnij! Compound. rPRICE C:: :s: .. ..S. ZQ 31 TT jLvE cSs OO- ,
: over the pages read the name aloud. DRAB MRS. Fnnr.nA.M Ignorance i ; .t !
p "Gordon I.enos Maxwell. Are you and neglect are the cause of untold BIT, SIB w. Bar s... JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.

ll really Gordon. Maxwell; ?" The man female suffering not only with the 1'"T"...-. --..- -....
looked BiirprlHed. laws of health but with the chance of a II vwr \ y1'

"What** do you know of rot"Vbu ?" cure.headaches I did organic not heed pains the warnings and general of Y LIST ( rULil QTs. .

L \ has not heard of ten
the great weariness. until I was well nigh pros
t nls champion?" she laughed, half mock: trated. I knew I bad to do something 20 lacplt"ss! lroFf2QTS

ingly. "Here ID your book." Happily I did the right thing. I took .. For all! kinds of i
"Hut you were only n. child then" Lydia K. ."lnlduuu'sctable

ho persisted. "And I have been abroad Compound faithfully according to :. __.__. --icd
ever since." directions and was rewarded a few !

weeks to tlnd.that my aches and pain I WHISKIES
"Sure, but children have good, memo
"" disappeared, and I again felt the glowof Q
cries' YOlknw.. health, through my body. Since I r
r "You must have been a lovely child." have been well 1 hare been more care- b QT lr

ke murmured reflectively.: The girl ful, I have also advised a number of 0 mn1Te \ %
i **
a
N I frowned. mv sick friends to take Ltlli I'. > C! sgsj& WINES i

"I really must go" she repented. lIiik hum's Vegetable Compound ', -E Q y '

Maxwell took u hasty step forward. and t.heyave never hud
reason t6 be sorry. Yours very truly,
"Please
don't And forgive me. And ,
MRS. MAY FAIRBANKS: 813 South 7th
and BEERS
vron't you tell'me who you are? The St., Minneapolis Minn. (Mrs. Fairbanks ,? ?..e_ ,.:. ..: -a

Hlrl shook her bend decidedly."I Is one of the most successful anll !II --JL- ....

only tell my name to my friends." highest salaried travelling saleswomenin D WDQ2KT' cfcJ: : ao.,
"And art not we friends the West.)-'5000 forfeit If "
She opened wide eyes. "Not yet .tow loCt.tnalng '.....1.......*.""IIOC""II'/ Jacksonville. Florida.

..I.t'I,.." Mrs. Plnl ham Invites all sick : -- -

"" '''11. lore pretend then" he urged.7Le women to \vrlto her for advice. FOIXYSHONET EAR fOIEYSKlBNEYCUKEtop
She hail Riiltlctl fhouaiituN! to
t'-' i. I tii: ; ct him with more1 .
np- health. Address, L"WllUalJh .th.ouatla and b_ ls Itantf. K S u Kidneys cad Cladd r Right Agents for: the Pabst Brewing Co.







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., EAST COAST? ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 7, 1904. ,\ '11.:..

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-T -- "j ;1.11!" 'v to tfX?'lw> ItUI'11: ulonit LftbraUn -
I ltM
amended Ir".rnmf'.t of p _nor am tununioipahitwws though rtnxMi'1iijh M1" About I. I
of the State of Florida" Is hereby so \Ie 1t1.
.
Cards. NOTICE OFELECTION. to road eafn1iows"Section j aniubvr of )yuufahItIss' li. tliau'tlifii .''V.'litniff '' out. nntl HO for ,:. it ery.1yeliyenlohthl. .
Professional >l n class. liblll .B*",,1.<1. 'J1, r'rOOU. gi't thtr"'ituJ'1 N' sMttmordlnnrlly cun-
II. The Circuit Court. .altall, liavexclusive Coimt'iinot 'lIt but to fight ::1.! '' Hoatf ant
oiiglnal jurisdiction lo .9d1 oases In !\ .>DlIoIA..VII.11 ih* ntch In oxnc-tly the
; U liirel' iirccHflfuUy. the wlww si>r.n join ii.n.: They .
.. the 8tat ol ttorwa, \ raiwaUtil. v did '
0OUlitahli
equity Also III al. 0"*** at law .
G EO. M.ATTORNEY. ROBBINS, by Inferior court and In all canes inwlvlm .If! inu In the '$truiIidc. Yet h >,,broke on ti.imi-; \vnja the fi $ mo, by wllltn.

CiriIKItEA.a.THE LBUISLATURB OF I** the legality of any tax, luute-snMUt, or toll ; 1O1 1.1C'l'.lh.1 iinothwrs tl'ftl nt M \Lit. hole bnyJtnt up a
ai\kli,
W ut IW5 of the of all aotteui Involving tn. >liiim.. with said ml\D.1
r un.inr the Constitution the action pfejeotiiKMit, aud lbs! votes oast otl prq show clayeriiose -
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AND COUNSELOR 8tMa of florid dlil I.... ..\.... JoinRasolutfous thin titles or boundaries of real osit. ,.seut AuiendmooMr and tin ,."..v..... ihsiutru. anti *iIlIflt'lt'tl tin1 aim of t third iwai little! MI: 11 urotiiHl It. ,'I.y

AT.LAW. I.r.IMW.IIIII anwuilments I :.i the Con and of all criminal! .... not O stltuUoii Of the SUM ot Kloi I.In, tlM aawwere courts and oHutual Jurwdiutlou of attine the same reoulatfcMMI and rentrlrtlons as tvpiuvisi.i3iy -; before RIIVO breathe a04tlIlfl'I'hlj
an(1 United States agreml to I>v a vote of thm>.fonrh* of all of tnuO'ble .nti> and unlawful detainer law < ,fjeueral Elections: In tho wvtghtHl 4H 1".lul" and his carcassprobably 1"11 wlll It t'nt up to
Will practloe In State tha members uieuted. to each House; that the and of such other matters' a. the LttKislacnn state of p'iortoa.IN ", HO that h "'OS It to tht lee.If .
said Joint-Kesoluttuiis were entered U|>- shall have final >ellati.. ns lHll m.r. .
vow on provide. They ap|
Court. may willplay
.: be
.. TiwriMoB wiiKi .:oi. I have hereunto tlie IH not hungry
un their reepootle Journals with y8 as and n.y. jurisdiction iu all civil and criminal OIINCI I as bulky us Kiniill borl. 1",1
and they .1111 determine and rilntct tha. in the or bqlore tin. .set HIT band and .ullxed the Orci.tLt 1 aa a cut does
Office t TitusviLue: FL.... thereon arising rouutyy court flerc with the just
I wile
a oi-oimlon ther lel'
the said Joint Resolution be ubiulttud to the oounty judge, ant, of all misdemeanors. and Clvi (( I'll] Noul of the Swte of lioniciit l at Tnllu- On another 1
elector of the Btate ..t the O nenU KH-otlon InXtvomlwr. eases tried In the courts of record of JiulRments lutssee. the capitol thin the tint day of i fight, within View of 1 nhlis| crew,. with 1 IWU"t. pnttlnjf It till It wriggles)

li H. or sentences of any municipal court aniof August, A. O.> 11MI4.H t\l and six ciitcUlnit It agiin,\ t08Klug It Into
L. GADXDHN, all oaHos arising Iwlore justices of the peaoiIneonntles CLAY ('RAWFOISfl.Sct.n'utary botwoen 1 hour mel. 1rllo 8WlY.
Y\. Now TllKRKFoRit.I, IT. CLAY CRAWFORD In which Shire Is no comity court of Htate bml boen nsleop for the night 01 the nil nut! torturing I In variouswny
Swreury ot tue State of Florida, do herebynotice Klve or court of record, and supervision and ap To J. f. BROWN Sheriff Hrevard' Vunuty. nwakcnetl l hut nlwiij-K between It
A..TTORNEY.A T.LA W. that aGENERAL pellat jurisdiction of inatMira arising bnfon. mall pnn of I.t nntl wni > ktt'VIII kill-

ELECTIONwill county: judges pertaining to their probate jurl. in the \rly 'morning by the sound ot and tie blowhole, \111 tWt'ntu.ily

Will practice all the Court of the Btatiot diction or to the estate and Interest of minors, whistle, blown to call lug by J jumping on It with al four
r1ur1db and the United States Court and of such other matters a* the Leglslatun NOTICE ELECTION, tho Ittlmer', 1 .
be held In each County in Florid:* on Tueadujr and ludgeishall toll. The
may The circuit courts her crew to their day's bIr. pn Wl.
a .U Box 23 T1TU8VUXK, FLA.. tmxt sucoeotliDW (lie ttrst Monday In NoTeui Cav. power to. issue. writs of WCnlCiUilS<. himself beur also will wait down
.,
her A.. D. 1DO4 tbe .aid Tudsduy being the Isj unction quo warraiito....rertlorarl prohibition, arou t' from ahlnb.l', rRIMI.1 ''hl nol .
si-alai arWhuln -
.
habeas anilsiUI, writs proper or necessarj his html with mighty growl, kgulust the floe by which ,
corpus on
SHERIFF OF BREVARD COUNTY 1
Ill :
J. WEBB, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER the oaeroise of their jurisdiction.flection 'liG pawl white whales swim
I' to complete L ot the State of Florida: aa If ,In challenge to the ship. -His de.fiance and even

for the rat 1 Heat Ion or rejection of the said Joint 84. of Article V. nf the Constitutionof Be It known, that I; M. CLAY CR \WI"ORH.lecretary wna accepted In this sense by and whEn one of these will rise to

A TTOmiEY.A T-LA W Resolution proposing Amendments to the Con the -Hate nf Florida Is hereby aiueudeil si) of State of the State of K'orlda, tinhereby six who promptly wade breathe spring 11'01 It like 1 cat on
stitutlou of the !tit of Florida, vie: as to read as follows: young llmll.
Will practice in the Coul.tlt.f the 7tl] give notice that a f at him with only their clubs. a lparl'ow. bugging and touring I to

Circuit. Taxes: paid for non-residenti ARTICLE XXI. "Section ?*. Upon the application 'of a mivlorlty leave the death In the walor and
: of the registered voters' of any co..uty GENERAL ELECTION, The bent was unable to e.entual1
and rents and accounts collected. Tliat th. following, amendment to the Uonstl In this 8tat.. the tttgialaturs shall establish. in small he was on, to sIX dragging up on the ice, de
ton of the Stans ot Florida be, and the same I.. such county a oourt of record and! there shall will be held In Brevard County Stale of Florida pan owlul I When no better
TrnrsviLi.K, FLORIDA, hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted to the lie one judge for each of she said courts whO on Tuespay next succeeding the first Mondny enemies asHiillliig him, atd so he had voured at leisure.

electors ot the Mtate at the iconeral election In hall he a practlcinii attortivy-at-law: lau.1 who. In November A,, I). llHH, tbu said Tuesilay being to tight It out there. He made 1 game food olr. they subsist on some of the'
)November liKil, for ratification or reeotloo. shall be appointed by the continued the birds that abound
D. PENNEY, by tbe Senate. and who shall hold hi* defense, too lot'.lhMtR 11 attacks Innumonible diving
I A. Section Six of Article Eight, of the Constlttitlon ottloe Tlie annual salary" of the 'Th* hear .will Immerse .
for .
of the State of Florida. !I. hereby amendedso four; years. EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER of his Ih.trsllrIIN. One tbfse In IOrtlwl'l sen*
of shall' lie l.v
said courts paid
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ... to read a* follows judite the county; where all 'b court la .. qu..rterlf'andshall For Presidential Electors. struck at him with n club but be himself In the water where the

'Section 6. The LegUlature shall provide for lie as follows i In counties of less than. One five (5)tteuresimtutlve) of the 2nd Congressional : reared up. cnugl.t It In hln mouth and bird are Iwlluulnl. and then sinking '

TrnjsvitLE, FLORIDA the election by the quail Hail elxctors of each Hf een thousand population one thousand thousand dollars District: of Florida. In the nlty..lnlh:0": It from tbe owner's hand, and beneath only Hie black
ollloora | In counties of from Of teen' to jerked I. ,
of the
followluK county
Will practice in all the courts of the 7tli county thirty thousand population sixteen hundred.tuIiera gross For or Governor the United ot the States.State! of Florida. shaking It us n. terrier would a rat nose visible, up to'..which the unwitting
A clerk of the circuit court, a eherllf.; constable ita counties of from thinLy tbousand to
Judicial! Circuit. ; '. Secretary of State of the State of Florida. bnnged the owner with It bird only to tind Itself f
a county assessor of taxes, a county tax forty-live thousand imputation, two thouHKiid. Attoriiuv-Oenorsl of tbe Ktat..r Florida. hurriedly IwllI
cnllwtnr, a county trenmirer a suiwrtutendent dollars; and an counties of more than forty live 11 ('u"I.trcillur..t th. Stat' nf Florida. and felled him nenMfleHS with 1 blow Victim to his maw .
of public Instruction and. county surveyor. thousand Mipnlation twsnty-four hundred ilol- .. << Ice that
Treasurer of the Plate of Florida. tbe hend. The other assailants Is while abroad on the
lars' and all criminal courts of record now established over
FROST,. The term ot oflloe of all "county oflloers men. ; '. Superintendent of Tubllu Instruction nf I
In this !State! shall the adop.tion and bosnia carried by adverse
C.A. tloiitxl In tbts section shall be fur lour years, of this. amendment become upon and IM courts the State of Florida.For he kept or al Iiso In the same way lire 01

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, except that the term of olllne of the county f rooord a. herein provided, and all ollluors Commissioner" ( of Agriculture of the Stateof it was not till a man came from the wind and swept perish of I IatArvatiop.
assessor of taxes, county tax collector aniloouuty 1 of record shall be ottl Florida. occasion the steamblp .
of such criminal courts bulletsthrough Cu
treasurer, shall two until For One Justice of the Supreme Court nf the n rifle aiid rut four Ult
Will p'ractloe in all the Courts of the 7tli IN'v.r:; yearn eels of such courts and discharge the dittiesanti .111with
the Grand ?
.
Florida for six ffoHslug
wolch State !
election In lnMWi. at receive the einoliumints of such until the o years.I.or thut he showed any wtnk.tnllK. hanover,
oh.of1n: shall b..elected for terms of four Three Justices of the Supreme Court ot
Judicial Circuit. they
yean each and thenceforth all county otfluersnamed expiration of their present term of olllco.Beatlon the Suite: of Florldi.. At lust he became dnxed, and banks on the WiY to Ilulttmore, sight-

"J'UtlSVILLIC. FLORIDA. in this Mention Khali I be elected for terms 211. nf Article V. of the Constitution For One Railroad Commissioner. for the, State a well directed blow ou the anout od an iceberg on wbl."' were moving

of four years. Their powers. duties and compensation of the State of Florida. U hereby amended of Florida. to be human beings
thought
the 13th Senatorial. District stunned him while n shower more apparently filet
shall bo l>re..rllM,1 by law. as to read as follows : For stale Senator for objects
of the Slate of Florida.For killed him.A bUt een to be six
E. FOl'ER.ATTOHNEY.A1'I.AW::! "Soctlon 25. Tho Court of Record shall" have One Monomer of the House of Representatives .IbKtj\wnty
ST&PUEN exclusive Jurisdiction, of all criminal cases! not of tlm State of Florida. rope was lashed around bin body polar bears. They been ferried

ARTICLE XXII. capital which. shall. arise In said county: annul For:: County Judge.Sheriff. and he was swung up by the ship's hundreds of tulles from their arctic
That the following amendment to the Con: of all cases at law. In whlon the demand, or 1 .
Jyal-U'pchurch Building, Jax., stltution of the tate J of Florid.* ba and the value of the property does. not exo.uo.I one thousand .> Clerk of the Circuit Court winch to be got on barLt. but Just A home and were doomed to perish bydrowning

same is hereby agreed; to. anti shall be subnUtted dolUrs, and concurrent with the circuit" .1 I'rosecutliig Attorney. be came orotthe rope broke or hunger. Similar scenes
JACKSONVILLE FLA. to the electors of the State at the general court shall liars exclusive jurisdiction, of tiroooftrimgs County Asnossor of Taxes
of
election In luiH. for ratification or refection. relating to forcible entry and unlawful Tax. Collector and he disappeared from view In the are often witnessed by the crews

detainer of lituds and tenatnents.Beet ." &.."nty.rh..r. water. The cold, bntli tovlve him vessels fishing on the Grand bank. :.
Section 8 of Article 13 of the Constitution ahereby County Superintendent nfVublln luntruutlon.
N.S. BURNIIAM M. D. amended so as to read as t..llow.1Bootlon Inn 28, of Article V of the Constitution for In nhout five minutes was seen On another occasion two castawayfiehsurinsiti

I of the tste of P'iorida is hereby Hinunded' soas For County Purveyor. to In blowhole In a floe, and, from one of the ship on tbe
VIII. fcach county shall be requiredto : to read M follows: .. Five Cnniity: Cousuni.siunnerW.I ; emprll 1
SURGEON SOCIALIST. asxess an.* collect annually for the support Three Moinliers of the County Hoard otllihlln or three painful attempts, banks pulled toward au Iceberg to get
"Section !M. There nhnll be six term* |of the
of puhllo free schmjla therein a lax lor not less
Instriiotlnn. into drinking
climbed to high to
laboriously on a pan sxuue fragments
Ear None nod Throat. three(::1)) mule. or more than seven, (7) mills. on Court of Record In each your.Bmalon For .MintIce of tine INmce In soul fur the follow. m.lt

the dollar of all taxable properly In the same. g7, of Article V, of the Constitution Ing Justice nl.trlottl., vim, Three men were at once dispatchedafter water, but found It ten.nte bY a

\VEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. ot the state of Florida li hereby auieneded so Ao. No. )No. No No him and be was stunned stabbed starving polar bear plunieIDto

ARTICLE XXIII. as to read as follows I"Beotlon !1 I'T U It ITS Kl 'Ut .. to the heart and then draSle to the the sea and made after

:' V7. There shall be for each court/ 8 11 I I" ,. to be skinned nearly sight of them. They bad
HOUailTOTS That the fol'owlnn! : amendment to the Cimstltnlon of to be riamml. ship was lag t '
record prosecuting atKirney 4 a u inIk ..
DR.
of the State of Florida be and the same the county solloltor who stall be apfmlnted by 10 18 WrcirCinstableln .. nine feet long and twelve feet lu largest their boat to escape, these b..n

" Is tile hereby: electors agreed of to the and mare shall at be flu submittedto genera:! the Clovernnr and connriimd by the host ito and and for the runliowitngalia-: girth nud was, altogether a for- can swim as w.1 a* seal, and it wa
hold office four
DENTAVAPARI'MEXTd who shall for years. Ills compensation trluts..
FLOATING election In November. A. U, loot, fur ratification shall be ttxed by law.. No.' / i 1';. 'No. No. No.I uildnhle adversary.. only when lie saw be could not reach

on the "Denton" or rejection.Section 'Section 28,of Artlole V, of the Constitutionof II II III ltd Men who gut to the seal fisheries for the that he rttu\le to hi. lonely :
,.
18 of Article V. of tho Constitutionshall ii: 7 12: IT
Now OK TUK:INDIAN RIVKH. be and is hereby amended so as to mad as the read State follows of Florida., Is hereby amended so 3 S 1.1 IK .. tho sport or experience as pasHnngersI" eyrie belowlna boars growl

follows tSection ss to as 4 9 14 19 I t 'he ships of the fleet usually derive of rage the wbU.-8L John's (N B.)
"Scwtlon! 30 All offences triable In the courts B 10 IA/ 110 ..
T'E.BUCK *I.. 18 The Legislature may organize; In of record shall be prosecuted upon Information Testimony Whereof I have liereun their keenest enjoyment from stalking Cor. Detroit Trlbun& *.

such counties as It may tblnk proper oounty under oath. and may lie filed at any: tl", .. to set my hand Slid afflxml the OroattL. polar boors as it Is quite a novel
courts which shall have jurisdiction of all cases at whether the court la In session or not by the 8.] Seal of the -State of Florida, al Tallaliasxee -- forJ
,Stockton & Budd Building JIalnnSt. aw in which the demand or value of the property oounty solicitor hut the grand jury of the the Capitol this the first day of big game hunting. The scene II There is more catarrh In this section
' Involved shall not exceed five hundred dollars) circuit court for the county In which said court of *September, A, I). 1UU4, treat flouting and from hummock of the country than all other disease
Jacksonville.\ Rooms 15, HI, 17. of prooeedlnK relatinc to the forcible entry orunlawful of renord Is held. may Indict for olTenoes tri U, CUV CRAWFORD, put and the last few
detention of lands and hummock hnd to
and tenanieuts. to berg berg
uotl
: able In the court of record. Upon tine tlndluur" Secretary of State. tOjether.
DENTIST. of misdemeanors, and final appellate jurl..lotlun 'of such Indictment the circuit judge shellcouiiult .! To J-II'. BROWN Sheriff of Hrevard County. Its hunter will dog his prey until a year .UpPOAe be Incurable.For .
In civil cases arising In the courts of the
trla.lln doctors
lull the aoansed
of the ......... : or for the court shot enable him to bring a years pro
and justices I. lucky
Crown Bridge Work of record and the county solicitor of said court wi nouooed JL&looal dl.ete.I and prescribed
,
.. .
shall file therein and Information --- J.
Tb. trial of such be de the Immediately I>ee.l. .
' Porcelain Inlays appeals may novo at Application for Tax 50W I hIS V 1"11" looiu remedies, and l>y '
( based such which information 00n.lanLI1lg
option of the appellaut The county Judire shall upon| Indictment upon let their
will
1I1 (..cla.. Plat work. be the J urine of the county court, and shall bean the accused sball be tyled.RflOtion foRUl' captains never to cure with local treatment pronounced
at-law. guests tfo oft unattended on such a mission It incurable Science ha catarrh ,
attorney
proven
211, of Article V. of the Constitution Under Sea I of Chap. ."IJII. Laws of Florida.
There shall be elected by the qualified elect of the State or Florida Is hereby amended so but send 1 couple of expert riflemen to bo a constitutional disease and there

fOLEY5110NEYAN on of said county: at the time when the said I as to read as follows! N 1 | OTICIC A HUI.M I,. HICREIIY purchaser IVRNTHAT of Tax Certificate HENRY with them, ns at times Mr. ansi fore, requires constitutional:treatment.

judge| Is who elected..hall a prosecuting attorney: for .said....... "tteoilon& 20. There shall lie no county court No. 8 S listed the' let day of July A. 1). tuui, Mrs. Dear and their offspring lal'l Catarrh cure, manufactured by
hold rfltce four uinjr
JT. for
1 ,eiUdi'i" _,.. .*!. court In said boat
His uutles and compensation shall he prescribed snv county where a court of record Is es has filed certificate In my: ofllce. ami has Cheney A Co; Toledo Ohio I la the
tablished.Occtlon. made application for. tax deed to lusue In aomirdance home on tlia floe, nml they would be
hy law. Such courts my be abolished at the only constitutional cure on the market.It .
pleasure of the Legislature.Vrovided 30. of Artlole V of the Constitutionof with law. Said certificate embraces rather formidable Is
the following dpnorltwit properly situated In to 1 eombluatontor taken Internally In dose. from 10
UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF the tttate of Florida<< Is amended
that all county judges holding said to read .. follows hereby soas Krevsrd county, Florida to-wlt: the Inexperienced hllt.l. drop to a tcaspoonful. It sots directly
MEDICINE office at the ratification: of tDls amendment shall i I Southwest K of southwest )( of section /HA, The Eskimo of Greenland and Damn on the and mucous surface of
VIRO NIA.MfDICIUEDENTISTIIYPIURMACY. continue the exercise of the duties thereof "rtwctlon an The clerk of the court of record township 3J south, range 'M east blo
: according to their respective lommlsitlons and shall he elected by the el"ot<.rit of the countyin The said land being. assesied at the, data of the Land are nutublu b.nr binitorn.' The the They offer one hundred

until their successors are duly qualified and which the aOl\rt Is established., anil shall hold Issuance of suoh ..certificate tbe name nf A, Kuklinos have trained their dogs to run Hollars for any 0.. it fall to cure.
Modem Laboratories.charge of spedalUta provided further that when any county: court office for four years, and bin compensation i.. CHANULKIt Unless said certificate shall he Mend for circulars and testimonial Address .
( shall hereafter be established in any: county In shall h. flied. I by law. Tile sheriff the county redeemed according to law tax deed will Issue the crwntnron down and torment them
J( Quit s,._ Superior Clinics.I this State the county judge of said i-ountv shall shall be the executive. otlloer of saiil, conrtt his thereon m the I'Hh they nf October A. l>. l,.>i they up| themselves and : F. J. CboneY&Co., Toledo O,
B.dIda teaching In our own HospitaL bold Ills office and perform the dutlen of judge duties and fees shall bs fixed by law. Witness my crucial signature and seal this the untl (/l cOle
Forifrtaited. Infornintinn.'; THB PROCTOH. of the county Court until lilt term of oft m shall Cub slay of $September I>. lw' ". live the qul Hus with Innce or Run The
expire. Section SI, Article V, nf the Constitution of (Ct. Ct. Seal' ) A. A. STEWART, of the Eskimo hunters In Kreat. Cblcau lawyers are to form A labor
I the Htale of Florida<< Is hereby amended so a. Clerk Circuit. Court of Rrevard ('ollnt"I"r"I.! dalnl Any one who doubts lawyers .
to read... follows : Wt Hy: O. A..8TlCwAtn.l). C. they will nttiuk th Infuriatedbear tht
I ARTICLE XXIV. tho uiuroent come within are entitled to form a union
The Largest and Most Com Section 81. All nile. nf practice governing they
That the following amendment to the Constitution the circuit. court, shall be aprdlralife to thecotinta NOTICE. striking range. should carefully observe the amount of
Diets Establishment South. of the State of Florida be, and the of record and allla... relative to erlmlnI also
In northern Labrador they are hustling the limb of the law
same Is hereby agreed to and shall bo submitted I courts of reoord .hall apply to courts of average

to tbe electors of the State at the general noord. Changes of venue may lie had from a 011CR 14! HEItEKVtlIVICN.TIUT8flD4YI'I' to be Rot In goodly 11mb., One IPI- goes through In getting a case.Opaao .
S. HACKER & election In 1UO4, for ratification or rejection. court of record to another court of record oto
GEO. : SON
the circuit court of another for the 1\_ after this ct..teILu Administrator of the on I Newfoundland flshlsiu skipper
That Section to of Article 0 of tbe Constitution county: estate nf JOHN IS. ; deceased., latenf S
and tinder the lawe, for W\ILI.JI\1 found two of entangled In lit*
came osuses providing th"l
of the Mtat of Florida I. hereby amended Hrevard County apply to the
so as to read as follows he same causes and under. the laws providing I'''... A. I>. Penney, Judge of. the County Court: nets In O'Hrlen hurbor. at the entranceto
for changln-r the venue from the circuit court Cures a cold In 21 hours. Coughs.brooch .
of Hrevard Comity, Florida sitting In I'rolmWiJnrlndlotlon
Section 10. The credit of tbe State shall not or one oounty to the circuit of another county: for: an oril r to s-tll at'Private' Sale, L'ljgavn bay and was nl l to kill Iti., catarrh lagrlppe, neuralgiaand
be pledged or loaned lo any Individual eomtanv The Governor may. In hi. discretion order theclrntnit
the real eettsofest.idecuiasedae d-MMirlbsil In them with but little trouble. Anotberskipper hniHliiche together with all feverish
corporation or association I nor shall the judge having jurisdiction of th, circuitonrtnf deed ,
.
lived recorded Out. Id. IWA In book "H II,
State become a joint owner or stockholder In anvcountv, to hold a special term of tmges 4 and 6. llrsVard County Florida. I_ any company.: nsitoatatlon or corporation.' Thelegislature a court of record of such county for the purpose for the purH.of paying the debts or.aM..ta" men In bout after him but their first open the bowel without act on
of In which the the I arlplls.
borough, township shall. not or authorize Incorporated any county district city to ur reoord trying eases Shall IM. I 3:11rr: : to court anycalls. .. Ham land Is- mated 'In southeast W hut only wounded tile brute, and he the \er. tlllif the! causecolds
east
woome a stockholder In any company asxoclatlon at law In a court of record hall have containing. 1. township Bores, more 11."Ih.or less.range 3 made bn<.k nt them, upset and tore headache to disappearlike
or corporation, or to obtain or appropriate the same right to trial by judges ad lltem or K. T. SMITH, mnglo '1 hey do not cause
money for or to loan Its credit to any corpora- h y referere as may exist under this constltil- Aslmlntisti'storoth. Eatateof JOHI. H. WKI.U, apart their boat and badly gnshed one Price rlnslDs
In the head 30 cents at
tloui. asMxilatlnn. Institution or Individual except lion. or the laws In reference to cases In olrult deceased of the men the schooner rundown net
that the Legislature' may' silthorlia municipal courts or may. If the jndge of the court of 10, 4-Bt bptor. -os* )'hlrmlol. Tltusvllle, )1a
corporations to relieve from municipal record .lie disqualified transfer the cause to the .pt and poured a whole buttery of

taxation for such period of :years aa to the mun- circuit court of the county In which such court bullet Into him.
clpal authorities may seem proper any manufactoring of record may be.

enterprise' that may locate within the Hoc t Ion 3'l. of Article V. of the <'", Constitution :FEARLESS FIGHTERS I The.Ulc..1 Uny company's) factors The Philadelphia roan who was run

said ba for municipality a longer period: bat than no club fifteen exemption,...... shall or the State of Florida. Is hereby 'amended so are always keen to swnre skins of thin over by a hearse is a testimonial to the
..
MANU7ACTU1KR OF as to read follows i"Suction white wnler' benr. Last year one sta tact that the funeral I I. about the most

3l. Courts of record shall bs ahnl POLAR BEARS ARE CUNNING .AND sooniril 1 of these skins,
Doors Sash Blinds. ARTICLE: XXV. shed by the Legislature only upon. a petition ton 'tlnrtpl.1 active thing In the Quaker City.
o. a Majority of I he regl.tered voters of the FURIOUS IN BATTLE. (argent of whlt.1 meimiired thirteen

That t.... following amendment to the Oinstlntlon county, where such court Is established.$ feet and brought ft at the '"
& Material of the titans of Florida'"*> and
Mculding, Bnilding agreed to and shall be submitted to the electors Tfc. War 0.. of Th... Arctic Terrors annual I ID..tlul In London. Alloth"rlttloD time be spent in courting a girl who
I or the State at: the election in November
general
opposite for ratification HaM.l.. Sl. A..U.I...." .aivak. the most northern refused It Is tM who
Office A Wareroom.. King 1904. or rejection. ARTICLE XXVII best situated for idm plainly girl
.h. B..rsCstlela
Cannon Street.Char1eston Section e of Article XVI shall be amended so That the following amendments to Hnstlon 20. at Maklms 1.1.1.. them collects about sixty a year. Is entitled to damages

as to read. follows iSection Article III. and Section 24. Article III the sad; Worry tti. ...!.. ., .
: t'.lc.ur..uon
S. C. Sections I : --- ------- ---- -------
Article VIII of
6. The Legislature shall firovlde for :
,. of the State of Florida, lie, and are When a winter is unu.uaJI severe
he speed publication and distribution 1 of all
) hereby agreed and shall. bo submitted to thenlectnrsuf
wilt enact. All decisions of the Sureme to. Labrador tbe polar
a may Baffin Laud and
Sash Weights Cord am > Court and all laws and judicial decisions the ci ate at the general( election to i
shell ha free lor publication by any person be held lo No"ember..A. l>. 10 4.&0-"": beers wander off among the Ice floes ingreater

But no judgment of the Supreme Court shall flection! 2J Article III or the Constitution of numbers Unto o.uallo of
Hardware. take effect until the opinion of the court In the Huts of Florida, Is hereby aminded. so s* quest
such case shall be. Died with the clerk of said to read as follows souls upon which they cbUfly fiMxl

Window and Fancy Glass court. Beetlon ao. Tile Leglslatnre shall not passspecial and on these oea..tn. th crew. of
or local laws In any of the following enumerated fleet bu'emanT
the Newfoundland sealing
A SPECIALTY. ARTKXK XXVI. eases that Is vi say: regulating the
jurisdiction and duties of any class of owners tucouuters with these WOlh''

Sectiim I. of Article V. of the Constitutionof or for the punishment of onions or misdemeanor, local]I well bear I I. I
tb. State of Florida, Is hereby amended so acept for the enforcement of special When he a fe the polar
laws of omirtso fJt..tlM'pro.hU..tr
.. to read aa follows: regulating for changing the practice venue of civil and) easily worsted, but if hungry he fights

Sertlon .. ,The Judicial power of the State crlmmal oases; granting. dlvoroe ; changing with fury. Ilenv encountfrs withbeers

........44... ..... hall be vested In a Supreme Court. Circuit the name of parsons| vacating 1" "' .; summoning
Courts, Courts of Reoord County Courts. Impaneling grand. and petit jor.... are not sought uuless riflemen
r. :i bounty Judges and Justices of the feace.Sections andprnvIdingf.rthcir o. mpe ,satlon; for assMMnwnt but sometimes Home Cur Rheumatism
and collection of taxes for state andcounty are Included In the party tt
,ft Article V, of the Constitution of : and municipal pnrposeat for opening there alternative. On one ", baths *!*. relief si tmrm. qeletitte the fmlns -
i ': the State of Florida Is hereby amended so as to and conducting elections fur State) and county 1 n ..." ....sail Gout The selpburiwealm.ct.Iarne I
read as follows: and municipal officers and for designating thepisces o..lo several men armed only with sari laUrnnl. wil.. .. both of these- terrible diseases. lat the sulphur mast
t of voting) for the sale at real eetsM belonging be la inch f It can be sbeorbsd by *b. system. only prepsnlionf
If yOU RECEIVE A SAMLPE "Section 5. The Supreme CoorS shall have to minors. estates of denandenta sod of seal clubs had to fight a old male *< discovered. that can b absorbed by tb< skin and by tae d>g sUv -
appellate Jurisdiction in, all eases at law and Inequity .Ipu 1
laboring" under legal disabilities; regal Is
COPY OF THIS PAPKH i originating In circuit courts and ofappeals persons sting tbe' fees of om...... of the state or county bear.
froin the circuit courts In rs ee arising Hancock'sLiquid
before .. "..* In masters J..rtaunn.leg or municipalities' ; giving effect to Informal or One mn thought he .1' .Ml b
counts
5 -IT IS TOLET i to Jbolr prudate Jurisdiction and In thenanagenieat (valid dee for
of the estates of Infants and incases from legal ",.disabilities and for theestat.iishtesnl him. Just tbe
minors
YOU KtfOW THAT : of conviction. of felony In the eovru of of ferries. It 104 following Sulphur
record and la all crlinlnal cosss ortglnulng la topped the hammock h' raised his

\:I WE WOULD LIKE YOU TOt the circuit _alU. Tin. court shall have the Beetlne M, Article III of the Constitution, of when his horror be
i power.. lest,. write of mandamus certJorari. tbo State of Florida, Is hereby amended ao as \aD Itrul. t n i Is Hat rl Greatest Orrmtoldi. Sarh s esrtsln mrs that we ffttnronUt Uto
BECOME: A SUB s.o R 1:11[ E ft. prohibition[ quo wamato habeas eorpos an.. to read a* fallows: tilt a polar b *ar over teant nro K., *ca* Itch Dandruff King-worn, Prickl Heat, biptatbmln, S
all writs.ririiessrr or proper to the complete Tbs bear turned ou him Monti sort Threat, Cuts, sod sit dl._ of lbs scalp.
: exercue of It* fariMlMitloa. Eiet of the I notices Section.- M. The LegtsUlsr* shall establish s .Ca.anl. .a dreggdsU.Hancodt .
: shall hare pow.r so Issue write of babea uniform system of eoontr government. It an angry growl would have ..U.Inbr .- .I. a .'

: : corpus to any: part at the State a..... petition shah 4terlde ....ielpallc.... Into clas ss of not aD stogie stroke If a Liquid Sulphur Ointment 1
by.or osi behalf of held ia actualensUidy four UM bsole It biO a any penoa more SCan on of pminUtion; B rr pa -l especially for BurnsScaMs Op siSan .Cbs .
: : and may make such write returnable shall establish I.... eal rises a uniform system second maD bad not got la aad bit 4 Bolls film, KoairbsMtM of raM and Hsads sad all'Skin .s.JL .

before himself or the Supreme Court or any otgoveraaoait. It shall provide for tfco r.lo.eorporatloei him on tbe snout This' blow half Writs) (of booklet o* the rarsliv asxt toilet mrs of sulpbar. f,
astlcethareo ,er before circuit jadge., and al.
| any of eacb sow
n.fripaiilyand
......... ... ... .. ........ when no* retaro-Mi to the Bop.coun: ... for the Ineorporatlosi o J.'f.:: 'hereafter to stunned blm. b* fell backwardinto > HANCOCK LIQUiD SUITNUM co..1 n..

appeal to that: eoort shall always 1iMetlonU.o' .. be Incorporated II>letpallty: Into one of such a small a0 water. s- __j_ -1._
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JAMKB. PBITCBAJU President: W*. M. BBOWH, Vice-President

SOME stores have an air bust WISSTON' 8. BBAsmne' Cashier '

BAST COAST ADVOCATE ness success, while other look loa .'

though the enterprise of the em : INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

....KLV JOtnSJIAI. BBVOTKD TO Tax. BSTVKfVIBT ployee was only a matter of guess. A Matter ,

0V T.. IVIUA1I arras, IABBWOBTB work. There must be a way to v
ABD BISOATUB BATSBOTIOBS.PUBUSHKD make a business place look attrae COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

tlve. And there must be a way Authorized capital $1OOCOO

XVXBT FBIDAY. to tjce away that careworn tool 01 Health Paid up capital, -' '-. $25,000

from stock and general store effect -J Average deposits, $2OO,000
A PnbllahtDlBoontlnuane .
Editor :
CHABLBS H. WALTOV, -
How is this to be done? Some< .

merchants frankly say they don' Transacts a General Banking
of advu. tuut be made per-
know. Others try to overcome it,
easily at tills ofllde! or bjr writing. There is a quality in Royal
but fail in their undertaking; usually Business.

CBABUX. .. because they did not have thi K k"I
be made payable
OBeosto. may
WALTONpebll.ber. right plan for their work. Every Baking Povder.which makes Largest and Oldest Bank on the RlYer,

could be made more attractive .
store Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign
m'"' In writing W the ADVoCATE for Infortr than It let but some stores an the food more digestible and Countries.
lion Ok iny kind,the writer will M>lin by enclot. so attractive now they need Dot t j --

Y 81 lUroixxl-aildrawMMl envelope. seek to be more so. Keeping afte rntronge treatment appreciated.and even favor Prompt eonaiatentwltbooo.service pollt

the little points that will\ add to< wholesome. This peculiarityof I, ervative banking lP'&Dted.COJlRE8PONDx..vrs .
BOSTON orFICK-Tn BAIT COAST ADv< ;
and make the
the attractiveness
OATS baa opened an office'4 4 Atlactbavenn Phoenix National Rank N. Y.,Empire!: Tract
Boston, which will be in charge of Mr. Claw. place one of great' pleasure to tradeis the Royal has been noted by r ?,_.-.2.. at Company. :N.. Jacksonville Y., Atlantic, Fla National,. Hank ofJacksonville.
there
O.Walton. people who come to -

what is wanted.-Advertislnj accord- ".r .r1TiItSYILL, FLA.

Address all communications\IKA8T COAST ADVOCATE.to World. physicians, and they

TITUSTIU.B.r.oaID.6.: COASTSLUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
THE EAST ,
--- How about the dog tax of tbe ingly endorse and recom-
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town of Titusville is I it being en "
fj. 8.Department of Ajrrlcultur LUMBER AND BU1LDIKO Everything to construct a house
forced All curs that are not mend it.
Weather llnreau-Jupiter, Fla
worth the price of the tag ghoul .

be killed by the marshal, for th'' YORK. Brick, Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned.W6rk, Bracket
NEW '
POWDER CO.
The following is a comparative slat of the ROYAL tAKING Sash Doors, Blinds. Faints and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work
-mentof temperature and rainfall for tbe protection public Nails and Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
week ending Tuesday,"Oct. 4, 1004.190J l....aNfV..... lMK.... 4ii44iM4 aft .............. .... Roofing; and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes

-1803- wish talk abou Prices are not always the lowest but stock Is always the Best.
IP people to .
Mil*. 1,'MAX.: MIl you
HAS.:
DATf. "
should set the ex FLORIDA. Titusville Eau Oallie Fort Pierce and West Palm BeachHodges d
October ::, i your goods, you 1 i TITUSVILLE JOn i -Yards at
28 .. 85 73: I ,;'''! S3 7.1 ample by talking about the good .
4 29 8: 7S', : 83 77 yourself tbrough the colums of a

:30 fI6 7-J.. ,83 78 reliable newspaper : .......................... c&O'ECaxa: :
1 03flO: 72 1, 84 7: << ,
75,'. 83: 78 .--- --. .. ,
3 94',76 84 73 JAPANESE IN U. S. ARMY. the Banks of the Far Famed I ..Manufacturers and; Dealerd In...
4 87 .' 'fIS HH 71
Total rainfall for the week: 0.00 AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange
I.KI1 Brown Mon In Sandwich Iluutl Indian River. and CYPRESS .
normal) rainfall for tbe
Depa ture from 'w Ilv ;.enrolled: ae .ol week: minus 2.43 Inches. Departure Crates. Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
1 It way not be generally' known tun ************** Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable deliveredto
normal rainfall since January 1. for
trim : Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff. J'la.Vrlte us prices
minim 3.17 Inches. the will United Include. State command: army ot of the Jripauewoldlem. futon! J: A Well-Known: Orange Vegetable Fi.h and any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Hara Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
Observer.
HAL. P. HAUOIIT.
but thin la it fact nays th. jt Hunting Section.

------ ----- :. elY"ork IlerulU. Tlty: will art como .M Mites Jaek.orv111e. 118 MH.. from St Aagu.tlne. !

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. from the nruiltM: li.cli arv lighting lithe ********************-*****-***************************, R-uhlraan & Co.
fur eu it. but vr.il eurolled fron .
our Japuiiv.ii* c.tl-fc.i in the Suutlwlct' TUB TOWN OF TITC8VIL1.R has resulted In confirmed good health.
For President of the United State: v that I continuing to the present year." 261 Washington; St. I NEW YORK.
Islands. It U neeUleHs to say n n Is situated fon the banks of the far Street. J N. Y.
i ALTON B PARKER, of New York. very largo portion of the population ot famed Indian Klver, and Is on the lineal FINE DHIVKB. 93 Murray

r.. For Ylce-Presldent: the Ishiuda stud e i H.-lally" \ of Uoitoluh the Florida East Coast Hallway, 1-Vj; 1 fine drives along the banks
1 la composed of thlit .UI tlon. They urfouud ", miles south of Jaoksonvllle 118 mtlen There'are.
of West Virginia the ham
HENRY G. DAVIS and through
of Indian River
miles north of
from St. lay
unioug tbtf butikiTH merchant: Augustine There are Oranges Pineapplesand
and
for U. 8. Senator: unj profcsslouiil! met and are liicludex: Palm Beach and 212 miles north of some mock very orange fine orange groves.groves in the ,
Miami. The Titusville branch of the
J. P. TALIAFERRO. among the wenltlilest residents of the neighborhood of Titusville, and It would
defunct J., T. k K W. Ky., now con
Tor Congressman: city.One trolled by the Florida East Coast Hallway pity the visitor to these parts to go and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

FRANK CLARK. of the principal schools of Honolulu < Co., also runs Into the town, this I view them. .
., Is attended exclusively by Japn- being the termlnlal point of that branch A MAGNIFICENT SHEET OF WATER. We represent several of the largest shippers In your State and wish to represent
.
neao children und there boa been en There are about ten trains running Into
STATE T1CKRT. rolled command of cadets which In to Tituavllledalty\ from Intermediate points To the southeast of Titusville lies a you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 years.
salt about six:
magnificent sheet of water
be mustered Into the Un'ted States ml during the winter season. Titusville Is : of the
the
For Presidential Elector: ." one of the division headquarters of the miles wide formed by waters
lltla as noon as Its t .Ix-nt are old Here wild duck
n. 1'. BAILEY. enough. It I.l drilled: by u former Japanese F. E. C. Railway Co. shooting Indian River.sailing and fishing rowing, can be in ESTABLISHED 1810.
streets
Titusville baa shelled electric
T. A. JENNINGS. army officer, and although organ. dulged to the heart's, content 9f the
' lights, a reliable bank (the Indian
very
4 J. C. B. KOONCE.A. .
zed but a few years ago thin battalion most fastidious\ .pollt ma\!.
B. NEWTON. River State Bank) a good newspaper M. Lane & Son
F. B. 8TONEMAE. baa already attained a high atandarO the EAST COAST ADVOCATE sample SOME EXCELLENT LAND.
of efficiency. It In. frequently seen on copies of which will be sent to any part ,
For Governor:, parade hi Honolulu and attracts must of the United States or Canada frefe; There lea large area of primeval forest
fine Board and prairie land In this section, WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YOHK.
NAFOLEAN B. BROWAKD. attention. brick, well-stocked stores, a I 260
where the hunter delights; to go after
s of Trade five white churches and two
For Secretary of State: colored churches, large fisheriesa tannlo wild turkey, deer, quail, English snipe,

n. CLAY CRAWFORD. WEATHER REPORT acid factory (Florida Extract Co.), an Ice etc., etc ; and where the finest thrifty hammock settler Southern Fruit and Produce
may find some of the
well band
For'A ttorney-Oeneral: factory, a organized an opera of fruit
land In the state for the growing
house,law and real estate offices, an ex
WILLIAM 11. KLLIS. By Rev. Jas. n. White observer for; cellent school, a shooting club a large and vegetables.

For Comptroller: x Weather Bureau U. S. Government. hotel and a number of good boarding CANAVERAL CLCB. O.Orxl.rxl..i.ss1oo.: : : : : b.I.Ierohat:1.:: : :

ALONZO C. CROOM. SUMMARY :roll SEPT.: 1904. houses. On the Atlantic Ocean Beach, nearly '
of Brevard
As the county seat County, OUR SPECIALTY.
For State Treasurer i Highest temperature on the 14th 01.( It has a court house and a modern brick In a direct line with Titusville Is Canaveral 'FLORIDA PINEAPPLES

WILLIAM V. KNOTT."or.Superlntendent Lowest 25th '7I.C jail building, but rarely any prisoners in Club which Is surrounded by over
Public Instruction : Mean for the month . . 8l.f It. The population! Is about 1000. 10,000 acres of land. This property Is Stencils Cards and oar. quotations furnished on application.
Average mean for 23: years. . 80.;; The Circuit Judge and the County: owned by some of the most prominent
nOLLOWAT.
WILLIAM M.
Highest "It "j 18118.\) . 85.C Judge reside here.A and wealthy residents of Boston, who --
For Commissioner of Agriculture: Lowest "It "In 1807. 78.1 come to Titusville every winter to board

B. E. MoJ IN. Rainfall In Inches. .. . ;. . 5,61Average HEALTHY SECTION their launches for the Club House. Hodgson Bros. Stanley KitchingDealer

for 27 years . . 7.U':;. Illness Is so rare, t.batone doctor finds HUNTING AND CRUISING In-
For Railroad Commissioner: . Justice of the Peace and
Greatest\; In 1878, 23.7S1 time to act AS EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA.
JOHN L. MORGAN. Least It as In 188:1: . 3.01 Notary>Public besides attending to his Titusville Is virtually the head of Indian I FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
For State Chemist: Prevailing direction of wind. . NE medical practice. A prominent physician River and the favorite points of fit Marine Railway. ,
Number of clear days ... . 2&It in an. article on the health of Bre ting out and starting numerous cruising General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. Tobacco Pipes, Candle Fancy China
R. E. ROSE. 4. fftf| Ct ;-. . 4. vard County (this county being 100 miles parties during our balmy winter months; and Temperance Drinks.
For Justice of Supreme Court, 0 Yean: 14 cloud, . . . 2 long, making one-fourth of the East as everything cevessary to comfortably' .Special Facilities., The following brands of cigars deliveredat
R.FENWICK TAYLOR.For I' ",days with rain. . B Coast) says: equip a pleasure yacht or hnnflug party for Hauling,Out, Storing and Repairing $2.25: ; per box of 50:
"days with thunder. 1C "The Indian River furnishes an unsurpassed > can be obtained In Titusville at the mo treasonable Dumboldt, Key We"t Smokers, Premo
Justices of Supreme Court: Island, Home MerrUt Island. Fla.TITUSVILLE'S asylum for the Invalid from the price This is evidenced by Yachts and Launches. Cubanas itohalskl.
ROBERT 8. COCKRELL. chilly blasts of old winter. It la equal. the fact that the name parties have been Mention the ADVOCATB when writing. Cremo ,
THOMAS 8. 8HACKLEFORD.. ed by few sections of the world In Its coming to Titusville annually for many Flinch Cards 60o.; Hand Made Palmetto-
TRAINS. Freedom from damp and foggy mornings.Its winters for that purpose In preferenceto Hats, 25 J. B. WIIITFIELD. sandy soil awallows up whatever other points along the East Coa t.UEAI.TnOlVlIfO William Hindle STUART FLORIDA.

For Circuit Judge!: : of rainfall the passing showers may bring, OZONE. ,
The following are the times arrival
the surface free from redundant
MINOR S. JONES. and departure of passenger trains. to and leaving water so that there l Is absolutely no mud The cool, refreshing health-glving, TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON

from Titusville: for the pedestrian to chill his feet with. ozone-laden breezes wafted Morose from WORKER.
COUNTY TICKET. IOnS.OUlfD.t.e..Tltunlll.rorMI.ml.nd. 'The Invalid seeking, recuperationfrom the Atlantic Ocean and the broad Indian
1 l at pettnt.rntediats the ravages of that Invincible destroyer River are among the enjoyable featuresof Plumbing, Pump Work Pipe Fitting.,

For State Senator: patois' i J:118: p m of our race In northern latitudes this phenomenal location on the East GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE 1
FRED M. HUDSON.For pulmonary disease, will meet In many of Coast of Florida.

t Representative: ....Tltunllle for JfoaTHtIOOXD.Lea. Jacksonville ., x19: : s m the resident population practical Influence demon- COMB TO TrrusviLtK. TANKS MADE TO ORDER.
CLAUDE F. OLMSTEAD. titration of Its beneficent k
t and Intermediate potat.at i .:13 pm The writer of this article came to this The facts prevented should have a tendency Your Patronage I. Solicited.
For County Judge. : In January 1873 from central to direct the attention of many
,' section '
Tlcuntlle for Sanford I:S Lm COCOA FLA.
A. D; PENNEY. .trrl".Tlcunllle from Sanford 19:ep.m Ohio, suffering from pulmonary con prospective settlers and visitors to this 1I
For Clerk of Circuit Court: sumption. Improvement was de Date the cosy town of Tltnsvllle, on the banks
t A. A. STEWART.For Are You Going North ? first winter and a continued residence of the Indian River. r I a

Sheriff: '- -, ----- BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER
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J. P. BHOWN. I
.t : v Do not fall to get your tickets via the JACKSONVILLE.
For Prosecuting Attorney popular Clyde Line, from the agent, -
L.OAULDEN.. C. u. WALTON I will be located In Eau Gallie after HOW TO SAVE ICE.
For Tax Assessor:
p. A. MCMILLAN. Titusville, Fla.. July 5th, and be prepared to do all kindsof

i HOTEL DESOTOFormerly Under new management. American and European WrIte for estimates -
For Tax: Collector: FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING work In this line. me
E. W. HALL Plan. Re-furnished. Centrally Located. on your work. References If de
remember the ADVOCATB office, .
F For County Treasurer: -;' .. (, Geneva.) -Rooms: fiOcta., 7 ct.., and $1.- sired. Address,
JOHN HENRY.
For Superintendent of Schools: v TTVvvvvTTTTTvTTTVvVTvTTTv JACKSONVILLE FLA. S. P. NASH Manager. THOS. F. KELLEY",
JOHN R. WALKER. Box 232. Eau Gsllle. Fla.

,y For County Surveyor: : UNIVERSITYF. : .
J. O. FRIES.
L. -, ST. LOUIS, MO.
For County Commissioners: OF- THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.
WM. R. WALKER. II .. 'The question of economy on the Ice bll
JOHN R. MIOT. I I. one that appeals forcibly to everylousekeeper
R. A. CONKLING. F. FLORID.! Brewing Asso's i iI ,as well aa to hotels,restau-

JOHN U. JONES.J. S I ante, butchers, grocers druggists, ando
FRANK BELL. : Hotel Napoleon Bonaparte ST. LOUIS. Mp.Is fact to every merchant who consume
Famous 8* Louts Kg sail Hot.'tied :
For Members of School Board: : Ice In his buainesa.
A. J. CARTER. : FIRST-CLASS PROVISION : Beer Numerous teats and careful experiment-:
... I ug have resulted to the discovery of the
B. F. HARDESTY. Sold bv M sn. A.Lesley and
i J. M. OKREL.Thra. : _FOR_ < close to the Wabash entrance to the World's Fair, and is easily reached by R.L.Motlnw,TlC1r .m....... :IAVIN ICE PAD, which when chamber placedn ol
A World's Fair shuttle trains from Union Station and the Olive and Del- your Ice box or the Ice
; BODY new splendidly OyninMlam.equipped.. the By Mr.R.I.Hotlow,Cocoa,1T.. : our refrigerator/ will reduce the connmptlon -
electrlo cars. This hotel Is conducted on the European plan, and the ice cent
mar of 13 to 33 1-3 per
Eaearad ..h TcfcmleIlly."Did I A Tarp Faculty of most : your
1AIND' '
I IICbolarlJ rates range from $1 to t3 per day. There are DO Inside rooms. It Is the JOSEPH ZAPF The' Pad Is an Ingenious little device the
Mr. Illchun refer to the
young MORALS Oar best located hotel, as It Is only about 100 yards from the Wabash (main) entrance impllclty of which Is ,one of ita greatest
subject of lore and marriage asked moral eeommendatlona. All you do Is to place
her confidential friend. good al t to Fair grounds. Sole Agent.
.. .... ..... .. ..... .IIMICt&1I.S&.1 toa the bottom of your Ice chamber
.... .. .. win
.No, said the Vassar girl. "If he I For particular write to WAr. MODE COOK, president; C. U. HILL, with the Ice resting open It, and It
hurt referred to It. I should not have Address THE .rce-prealdent and mnnag'er. HOTEL NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, St. 010 to 820: West Bay Street ,iJo the rest. Write for booklet.
lt him stet; away. n. only alluded to Lake P. G. WALTON, AGENT.Tituavllle .
it.-lJo\h Louis, Mo., or go direct to the above hotel. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Florid
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THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. Eden.Mrs. ,.. ; .." /:" ,

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Hartatone of Fort '
Machines Lower Prices and on Easy Payments, PierceIs jlslt- .',;1'1I'' '" ''d'I', .,1l \
bow ..1
Are soiling Sewing ; log: Mrs, Saunders) r'\i'J I ."' '. ... .", "

SINGER MACHINES w:.... Lamont of White City bas been '1'1. I '-eJ.;:-.; e -')' I.-," "
SEWING .
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visiting Mr. Wey this week '; ;'I' ,"" "" .., : <,,;\ '!t"c'

Are) never sold ti> dealer Our Direct Kej.resentatlve I la at your service; Mr. John Miller gave a farewell pft'ftj, ,\ '. r,. ", '

drop us a card and be will call on you. for her daughter, last Friday. ,A\;ft ," "&, ',\ '4, la ,-r\, \ "\" 1'f. '';..).\
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SEWING MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. ALL MAKES OF MACHINES Edward LeTonrneau visited Stuatty ,' '. \ (J'.'". ) ''I1. 'I\--

REPAIRED. Nettdles, Belts, Etc., for All Kind of Machine. last Saturday, returning Sunday. ,,""*, ,',, '.,, 1 ,; ; 11\ M ,. ..
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Pineapple shipping bas been vory'eojive |!, ":)!,t'W: '-.'1,0.'1',. ,,", .. :!I .

DO NOT USE POOR OlL-For use on sewing machine, writing the past week, and planting still "ii4', :',, ""L'I\ '. fJ \, : ';. -

machine, bic>clel and all purposes requiring a tine lubricant, the !going on. 4 This Space Reserved For...,. ", '. ",ti\ ;' I,;:s (", .'

beat 18 cheapest the end. Genuine SINGER OIL can only be obtained George Sanders, of Fort Pierce, came "4\.) t ;\ ,'1.., ,. ,.lid"1'f I
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Singer/ moron. for the dance atMUlel"1 \1" ,, .-
down on Friday night, ; 1I 1\ ,," ', "
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ADDRESS THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CON Mrs. M. L. Richards entertained on : ; IWhoaviil

Saturday evening for her cousins, the
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COCOA FLORIDA. Misses.Miller. :!: MANNING f

John Miller and two daughters, and PENNEY & .

Mr*. J. II. LeTourneau, spent last Friday ,
OrgAD..S, OrgAnfs; OrB;vrxjsi, In Fort Pierce. ,

Repaired-made to sound like new. Price $3. Drop ua a card, when you have' S. F. Webb and family, and J. II. Le ,

work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK, COCOA, FLA. Tourneau and family, made a pleasant ,
beach last Saturday. "
the
party to '
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, ..+..... +>.....N.N.NINN.NNNNNNN.1 to tbe top of the bluff, which make It ': -I'': : .,

much handier for his boating friends. 'j, hr

EAST COAST iZSTErWS.: Misses Una and Jessie Miller, and K. r :' I I1 'i'

H. LeTournea.ii. left on Monday, for ,\1,' \j'
Winter Park where will enter Rol -'\
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line College. :
Line of ,
Mrs. E. A. Ireland, Mrs. Greenfield, open a Complete .,, ;,
Newsy Notes $
Contributed bv Our Regular and randy Bryson, made an excursion to "
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of East Coast the beach last Monday. The water was '
Corps
i Correspondents. never finer for bathlpg than now. : :

...''N+NONNNNNNNNN..*...*..*........ The ocean Is just teeming'' with fish, : ,; .
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.. millions and millions of mullet, and :
lathe agents residence, Mr.\ Budd beingan many large tlsh feeding on ,them. It I Is ::1- ----GENTS FURNISHINGS: ,

Melbourne. I employee of tile F E. C. U'y.. and a beautiful' sight to see them roll up with ... > '. :'
express agent at this point. the waves' : ,"I A

I A little daughter arrived at the home We have had some dreadful woathee "" '
l/rr/ Sub t Iptloos for the AWVOCATK, of Mr. and Mrs. Cka*. Cole on Friday for the past! week, as lu the north, anti i '" '\A'L' ,
the pink paper of the East Coast will be eve last. Mother and child doing We to '
are a "111',1 low" baiorueter. managed
received, at the Melbourne. Postoffloe. well.: exist at present It U line, with a good Clothiug, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Capt, Etc.. on or about .

RICHARD W GOODE.-Real Estate'Notay: Mrs. W. J, Nesbltt, of Fort Pierce, Is east wind blowing. ...
Publio and Conveyancer. Agent for Hartford Aetna the guest of Mr. and Mr. A., K. Hodgson The black: ants have left In disgust .
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Liverpool and Loudonand Globe,mil \ 'I
Wire ln.nranceCompanfee. Special attention tits week.> Mrs. Nesbltt has many since the ADVOOATM puplUhed so many I ;"
paid to the Interest of nan residents. friends In Eau ,Gallle. methods of getting lid of them, we just
--- ----- pasieti the directions\ the kltcben, and Oct. 8th
Moonlight sailing and
rowing parties
HOTEL JiELLEVUE-IK..lhollrne.. Florida. A. Investigated left. Saturday
they
healthy winter resort on hitch pine )lane, overlooking were the correct thing during the past ,
Indian River. Rules: S4: and upward week: for the young people and some of Mr. and Mrs F. W. Weatlferwax, and ,
per da i ,. Special rates per week or season the older citizens also. es, r J
WUtlAius 1
MU Sarah
write for rates to Madam E. SI Campbell : passed through J- \ _
Manager R. W. Campbell Proprietor. Quite a number of our people this place last Friday evening the former 'f''i'/{ ,
young
attended going to their home In West Palm ''d' I .
a dance at Educational Flail
:' Ilarland Budd, of Eau Gallle, was In Melbourne, on Saturday last. A most, Beaou, the latter to teach school, "'"ay r I I", 'I'1 ... ,
town Monday. out of the world," somewhere in Dade '.\1 '. "
.
enjoyable time wa "' : "'" ,
_reported.Geo. I'. ,
Geo. Enaey and eons of Tropic were County. .' I !" \'
t.
E. Andrews of.Ttbbals, was In SPACE 'I t 1 i-,
I Peasant Tlsltor In Melbourne last Mon- : .' : :f" WATCH .THIS ., \ r .
town on Thursday last. He In bis I \ ,
came '
.,\ I. ,, .
[day. Saves Two Front Death. ,1j '
, new launch Shadow. The vessel very :!,- ,, "..1'''' \,, ,.,' f" .,I,
_ Messrs Claude Edge and Fred Shave, fast and built on the newest lines. "Our little daughter had an almost talal J"" -111" ;

Bof Eau Gallle spent Sunday evening In Eau Gallle will have a bell for the new attack of whooping cough and bron- .!;: J'I '", '

g Melbourne. school building.: Prof. Rehblnder has chide," writes Mrs. W. K. Uavtland of :. ,: \ '

,Ernest Svedelloua. of Valkara, and the snbaorptlnn list In hand and we may Armonk, N. Y., "but, when all other ; '*) Iy.<' .
remedies saved her life with _
|L. K. Smith, of Grant, were visitors In consider the bell an accomplished fact. failed we :A, Wt.t'!'. ) '' : I' I
Dr. New Our niecewho .
Klngs's Discovery
,.. '" .
Melbourne -
| recently. ,1'dti, .
His Mattie Harman and Mr. G. M. had Consumption In ah advancedstage ': -. .

Stanford Wells arrived home on Mon- Budd were married In the Methodist also used this wonderful medicine ... J .e
day; after spending the Bummer north. church on Wednesday evening: I last. and to-day she i is perfectly well." Desperate .\., s ...)..,.1 I / ..,.
$ills many Melbourne friend are glad to The bride received many handsome and throat and lung diseases yield to ,
|see his cheerful face again. valuable presents Dr. King' New Discovery a* to no other i":i : ,I' I r

The work on the New Carleton hotel G. F. Pad d I son and wife returned homeon medicine on earth. Infallible for conghs ,e ''t .. I t
and colds bile and 1.00 bottles :
Ms finished and the building Is now In the Sunday last, after a months tour $ guaranteed : > .
hands of the owners, who will quickly In the north, Including a visit to the St. by Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle 1 :
Fla. Trial bottles free. _ _ _ _
|furnish It ready for guests. Lout Fair. Mr. sod Mrs. Paddlson are ----------.--. .-------"" __ _____ _-------.J.

The dance at the hall last Saturday looking much better for their outing.A with a daughter: and family. They tookIn J .GEORG MARX. JOHN MAR.

f evening wa a moat enjoyable one. A beach party on Saturday last, proveda Rockledge.Alfred the Exposition on the return trip,
number of Eau Gallle's fair ladle and jolly affair. Mils IIodgson, Miss Mc stopping ten days to see the big show,
|gallant gents were present. Allister, Mr. Conrad, Mr. Peek, Mr. Two daughters returned to Wisconsin to 1VI L Iit. ::8R: <>5._

W. T. Wells and wife have returned Clyde, and Mr. and Mrs Harry Christian Cleveland Is bookkeeper and remain until the laU of November.
olerk for R. V.
E-'to their beautiful Melbourne borne after formed the party. The launch returned Douglas. On Friday on train to Tltusvllle, we Corner Bay and Julia Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 4
1 a pleasant summer's) outing at the early Sunday morning. Geo. Houston arrived at Cocoa, Tuesday noticed a venerable looking gentleman,

eWorld's Fair !and In Colorado. for the coming season. and also the same on leaving the train at WHOLESALE GROCERS

P Joseph Williamson, of MIooo! waa a Broke Into Ills House. Chas. Hlbbs Is very busy trimmingup the depot. A nearer acquaintance revealed -
pleasant visitor In Melbuurne, Monday. tbe orange grove: of R. V'. Dou :!iasnMr. this to be Mr. C. V. S. Wilson of
t S. Le Quinn of Cavendish.
Vt.. was Sarasota, 1 I Mr. Williamson has juvt returned from robbed of his customary health bv Invasion and Mrs.J. C. Cogglna and Leslie : him t
to see
delighted
correspondent was Fruit and Produce Jobbers.t
Now York where he ban
I spent a pleas- of chronlo constipation. When Burnett returned from their summer In and looking so weU.
ant summer. Dr. King's: New Life Pills broke Into tile North, last Friday. '

Mayor Cbai. II. Stewart and R. W. his house, his trouble wa arrested and
James L. Wilson was In Tltusvllle last A Love Letter Local for River Lake Worth Pineapple A.. ool.tlon.
Indian
he' cured. Agent
|Gooode and wife, took a trip to Titusville now entirely They're guaranteed Friday, In attendance the republican .
| last week, to attend the Republican to cure, 25o at ned Crow Pharmacy peaking that night at the Opera house. : would not Interest :you K you're looking Send ua your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling perishable. .cannotbe
{peaking, when the lion. M. B. MoFar- Tltusvllle, Fla. fora. guaranteed Salve for sores, .
[lane, of Tampa, and the Hon. J. M. Ktaley Hodges: the genial: clerk In the burns or plies. Otto Dodd, of Ponder, equated this market.
Cheney, of Orlando gave interesting store with Mr. -llatch, owing to the : Mo., writes, "I suffered with an ugly
{speeches on the political situation. Fort Pierce. change In proprietor, I* again on the sore for a year, but a box of Biickleu's WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

West bide. Arnica Salve cured] me. It's the best.
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t
earth. 21o! Red Cross Pharmacy --------- -- ------------ -- -
Bronchitis for Twenty Years.. Miss Leila King and sisters and brother Salve on at '
W. II. Tubb left, Tuesday night, for Arlesla Tltusvllle Fla.Georgiana.. week 1 I.
returned to Saturday, to enter Indianola.J. past making "e"etabl".uffe
Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, III., Connecticut.Col. upon school duties, school having opened badly 1 '
_
writes, "I bad bronchitis for twenty Frank there Monday.It -
J. Budd' and niece arrived, ,
I years and never got relief until I usedFoley's O, I>. Provost and wife, was calling on
Honey and Tar, which Is a ..lJrecure' Monday, from a trip North. I la noticeable that these day some M. Field and Fred Humphry, went Mr and Mr Breese on Sunday

For sale at the Red Cross Pharmacy Mr. Toropkles and granddaughterarrived : of our'oolored people are' catching' nice duck hunting Saturday October let, returning O. W. Sobuyter. has erected an addition "

Tltusvllle. Saturday, from Tampa. strings of fish-sbeepsbead, yellow tails, i J. W. Bruner, attended the speaking with 14. to Mr. Fords packing house

The Misses Miller, of Eden, were pleasant oro ken and.trtmt. at Tltusvllle, Saturday. |I Service at the usual hour 11 w. m, f fA
Miss VIda King who home I and 7210: p. m. next Sunday October, tfth certain young man make. very 1
visitor in town. Monday. :, came from I Mrs. Dell Munson, attended Quarterly' .
Eau In this .
call
Gallie. frequent neighborhood
'DeFunlak, last July, for a visit with her meeting at City Point, Saturday and by the pastor, Rev. Jno. N. Thompson. ,

Jacksonville Mr Eddy Edge to meet left his Monday wife and night: for father's family, returned last Sunday, Sunday. lMiss | The unusual hot weather of the first We are pleased to state that C. B.
family.
to resume her studies the Normal. Magruder, who bait been poorly
MUs of Ibis week and the latter part of last very
Winnie Dlxon
{SARAH C. HODOBOV-PHVSICLAIC Axe Sca-. RewThompson held services In theBaptist ,,Geo. N. Hatch who was the proprietor Nina. Baldwin, Saturday: was and visiting Sunday of week was something we were not prepared Is Improving considerably
oxox. !;au Gallto Florida church
last Sunday, morning of the store, having retired from the last week. for and coming this time of theyear *E. J. Tarpley, nephew. of J. C. 8 win-

and evening.Rev. :;:. same, U on the West Side for a few days, made It moce trying. son, arrived here last. week, and will g
The steamer Spartan carried a load of VanSlckle held' service In the looking after business and pleasure The festive little mosquito are making help M. Salman: the coming fall and
number to IIorti this week, for Miss God- last : up for lost time this week, they arrived We had been so long without any winter.
church
Metbodlsh
reI'. new house. Sunday, morningand Capt. McIntyre who used to run on ID full force Saturday night; It Is mosquitoes, we had almost forgotten how u

A colored boarder evening. the steamers here some years since, and to be hoped they won't tarry long. Annoying they could be, but have been Mr. Schuyler and family, stopped over t
ibis In the calnboose G. S. line and son arrived Friday, Is now at Miami, was the guest of Mr. enabled to find out again this week, as bere on their returh from the north, and
used week. This hotel is very seldom from Virginia. They will conduct an Biewae and family, last week for a few Charles Wernlng CAme up from GrantIn they have been here la plenty once more. visited with Mr. and Mr.*. Hchuyler:: and
In this town.E. oyster business here thle-wlnter. days. time for breakfast Friday morning, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Settler, on Saturday
B. Taylor will have In Ran He only stayed about two hours, as he About nine of our people attended
a dairy Messrs. Baker and Hull, of Jensen, lion II S. Williams, who has been to last
'after the the two fish boat Quarterly meeting at City Point
Jallle up
and will also his
customers shortly with fresh milk. supply were pleasant visitor In town, Tuesday, tbe Exposition at St. Louis, Mo., returned -i,. came that Mr. Hall had built for Mr. Monday, and were so pleased with Rev. Foley's Honey and Tar cure oougtf tr
coming up to attend the W. O. W. meet- on Monday's train. Mrs. Williams Jorgensen.F. Reader the presiding: elder that they and colds and prevent pneumonia. P
Mrs, W. .T. Rossltter returned to Eau Ing that night. ( and daughter Miss Myra, are still will make an effort to attend the next Take no substitutes. Sold at the Rbd'Cross

Jallle this week, after an outing among Mr*. G. S. nine left for Ruzton, fon4day in Missouri', and will return a.little later.J. .and C. Allen and family, and Mabel II. J. Allen one, three months hence at Georgiana. Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla, t
daughter MUs came -
friends of about two months.Mr. ---
to take charge of Mrs. N. Sannders' D. Ennls, who has been with Mr. down from Goodall In their launch, on The work on the county road closed :- We cannot publish
and Mrs. E. B. Taylor are 'the house, while the latter spends a few 0.0.Oingrststhe boat builder, during Tuesday of last week, giving their relatives last /Saturday. With the work furnishedby Item that do not reach this office before
appy parents of a fine 10-lb. boy. The weeks In the North. the past winter and summer, his bought here quite a "surprise party." tb. county, and that given by the noon on Thursdays.
mother,and child are both doing well. a blacksmith business TUusvlll aud, They left at midnight Thursday, neighborhood, there I.I a great Improvements y
samptfon If use on Monday, removed with his family fa choosing to travel la the cool morning of the road which .
Quite a number of guests; from Mel No danger of you some part Notice of Jte-l tabtflJl"lIe..t of' f
ourne and of her point were present at Foley's Honey and Tar, to cure that the latter place. hours Instead of the hot afternoon. will be greatly appreciated. Now let

the Hayman-Budd wedding, on Wednesday stubborn cough. Sold br Red Crow An Industry that I I. going on quietly la Uncle and celebrated the good work go on each year 'till we Lout Deed. ..
Auntie
last. The joung couple will reside Pharmacy Tltusvllle, Fla. that of Oeo. Hingraas': boat-building. and Hughes, SttHb I can boast of a. good road all. up and down -
their ruby ,
wedding September,
boat establishment. There bssbeen tbe Island.
repairing liMM, which was the fortieth anlversaryof fflO MrTH.JR.KATKWIBTIICCIt.' .
and are now, several boat and I: tor. Tnetlorn Wtethnahror, Manila BrantiFamunor
j.**;*********************************;*************** launches being built.. All first-class la their Mrs. Sarah marriage. Mrs. Dell Manson *. RediD W. l* rr roor., sat alt a ,
and Allen, sent them a large "Watch the Kidneys, other person Interested;
peed and finish. beautiful wedding cake, and some dos When affected life Is Jn''dangr Yon will take aat...,. thai Anna Bpratt an" .\
they are
i .. Fire Insurance | Miss Stella Douglas, who c'-me with llclous "hot cross buns." Rev. J. B. others claiming: h.lrs..d nr _.an the !:
Dr. Abernetbr. great Englishphysician
.
says I> ,liecmvied. IBM at Brevsrrt County.
flpratt
their home sent of :
her to new Hawk, a bag
recently, very
} parent, generous / Foley' Kidney Cur. make run i't*. have pctltmnxl. the Clronlt ono! for
:. If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and :$ here, left, on Wednesday, for Jackson fine pineapple All of these gmxlthlngs; sound kidney Sold 1 at Red Cros Pharmacy said! (:....nt', for skis re.Ubll..hmenl of the lose. ,
ville. She will remain there to pur..ueber were appreciated and thankfully warranty deed by frank Smith a wlilowvr to u
.. you loose everything It I I. your own:: studies In the Jacksonville High received very Tltosvllle, Fla.South Ml.< UolMtrl I). Murall,on August 117th. IlIfJ.e..eolln V*>
IMwl nook No. t. psgenart and 308,
sufficient
.r. i- _JiT fanlt. FIDE INSURANCE School tbe coming season. and la heed nook A, pure 19. of Mid ... '
to the val of the property and : the land ilmerltwtl ..the Yeas bait of the North-
=- -' cover ne For the last four days tbe weather ba A Dozen Time a Mtflit. Rockledge. ....t quarter'0'svntlonSJI. and lots 1 and 2 ..ofMotion ;
:: ;'. j f ti:: household effect should be carried.: been unusually hot and Indications of Mr. Owen W. as,township iMsoatli, of range a* e sti
Kerry
Dunn of ,
.. Benton -
s : ; t rl Rate The some rain fell which and that you and sash of ton am hereby aotlflmt,
q are not high. companies storm. Tuesday sod
Va. write
'v "I have had kidney to appear on the. fist day vf November, A.'1>.
ec we represent ar. solvent, reliable and :* was most acceptable, cooling tbe atmosphere bladder. trouble for year. and It became Arthur Gideon, son of Mr. J. S. lun to show sow why salrt warranty dt.tt l ,
:: ..."' ....... liberal. All Claim promptly paid., and reviving vegetation. Tbe ; 110 bad that 1 was obliged to get up at.I I Coat, U very sick. should not be n-esi bllshe>l.

C j?+t.Write. us for rates on your property. MDon't festive mOlWlJlto.are ever present and least a dozen time. a eight I never received Rupert Paxton. son of Joe Paxton, I is Clark InwttMM of said whereof' have I. A.hereunto A. Ktewtrt'at my..bent the

:: ... _. neglect to take oat a policy. : persistent little pests.lion. any permanent benefit from any very sick at Philadelphia. and small the s.eIof said Court, this the lefts.
O. 8. Hasdea and who medicine until 1 tried Foley's Kidney day of September D. IU04.
Z7 family, :
:: Schuyler & Wilson i have) been spending the summer north, Cure. After using two bottle I am Capt. Mclntyre wa the guest of X.: M. .....A. BTBWART.Clerk "

:: TITUSVILIJS :FLORIDA.. .... returned,Sunday af temobn,having spent cured." For sale at the Red Cross Pharmacy Breee and wife, last week.
... moat of the time at Janeavllle, WIs., TUusvllle, Fla. The extreme beat and dtowth of the *- ,
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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE OcrOBER'1.' 11IOLI .

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,then!;-::;,'rathe.'stat Florida East Coast Rye 1



f )" .81 LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4,1904.

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In OUTHiOUWD-BEAD DOWN.' IIORTH80Ultlh.au. ImSTATIONS. .

This; ".... ....181 NII..I N..71
: Tak
>>MI y. eoUT'1 Dailya auJ.TiH .

enlarge- / 1'.......... .......... eo eo..v 1 .................... .. r TST; .
H1.I per cent "Sa .. ....... .:...........,.80 Jacksonville ...........;..........L" '
'1u ... .. ................. .. ..Sti. ... .... fJol } gj
$1 to .. 11 ... ...... ............ ..........1 Ha IS!
as to r / I Itl.11'7.. ... .,.....r:........ ........It.aa.tlnrce.! ....................,.. ..... I N. (J1!!/

las vie 1110 pAr ............... .... .. .Palatka.........,.. ,. ............Lv Ina
hope. 1 [ ak r i 1 411 U ls k LY .......................,Palatka_..........................4.r l 110. lJS!

Our money winning book Amerl oG Ar .................. ........S..n..teo..L" .
n written by men who know, tellyou .. tft ................ ,...e.IIJI4.IeO..w ,.. ..... .... ..... Ar *911...

'j all about IMVMm LT ........................... Neoa .. ....................;...L,. -y IMk !
: ; .._...... .......,..........Bunn.U.. ............................. ...
:t Potash r4pyo ."........... ........i...........Dupont. .....'........... ............. .. .. I. ;
health. \ B 'sp..o..u.................... OrmoBd .....'...................... ... 7a I IHi
17p ............ ......... ........Day tona...................... ........ / Ma '0 :
They are needed by every man spot N" .....Port Orange..............,.............. f 46
who own a field and a plow, and the k ..........................)1.-w Smyrna... .............,.... ..... f Ma a
I the .....Oak, Hill.............. ............... I6ta
who desire to get moat out morning, II ..........................TlllHYlll............................. I 13 a J Ii
of them. Irving'! k'oro4Q1z ::...................Ooooa... ....................?...... .!
Tiny* */" '. Sand postal card. build up| I Ip .............................ltoollJ edge :............... ............ IT.a
MERMAN KALI VTOBKS: ...... ................ ..Baa gallli............................. IMa
New Trk.. 1'1' _. MmM, kidneys, "M .......:......:.............. ,...1 bourn.........._................... 1-44 but
,.Ith) It. I ......................biuitlan.............................. 19 60a u .!
AdMta, /lr.." a.. Br..4 Hi. Urosi 101 .......... ... ..",. Lucia..,............................ 18 OIl a N
I II aI .......:.:....::......::Ft. n.rc ............................... 5 1011 M,1lIs

1 :":' :',,::.:. :,;",:' :::,::' .:J i.::, ,:',".'. :_:',.::, ;::: ::. Sailings I a .'I UP ....:.:.:::.::.........................Tlbbal.Jld.n.: ......................_....:.....:............. hll ,, ,1ft.,,

fz.8..e---.. .. ... Tri-WcoWy I" t0p..w, ...............Janann............................'. II IN,
-- ----riw. : 1) .. ....................,.. ...,............................. 08 p 111.
1 N I4 P ..;...................... ...R oSt Soond.......................... n as p 141
rind) BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK tIT Op .... .. _.,........ estJupiter.-.............
IN THE HAYMOW. ban 4 ? 44p ....:..:::..:............. W. Palm B.aola ........................... 1"1 Ipt lit
fcM oe p ..................... ........Boynton....1.......................... 1p 10 11 *,
; stor both lap..n,.......i..Dalrajr............................_. B" JM
r; A ft.vl.. Fur rttMluclfiK Hand La" Calling at Charleston, S. C., ways) Ias D.p ............ ...pt. LandcrdaU............................ Dlp I TMi IM,
In Mitrouilluur M.,.. 60 a I lip ............... ........... .Hallandala .................... ......... t 81p MtK
cellar The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe 14t .1 p..... ..............1..__...L.mon City......................... 10 p00p |
A bores forlc ninkt-H quick work t> aDd] T0 a lOp Ar..w.a........ ........... ....X..J.'Y. I 14tAN1PORD
Y'' iiuloudlng hay, hut unless proper c .": Some I
> taken to tear the! forkful in Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
in the $ : BBAJSTOII.OTATIOira. ., ORANGE: CITY BRANOR.i .
and keep tile mow neurly.le\'el a Direct bervloe Between ,
i amount of hard work they all Eastern Points Nt.12Dally HO.i riio. iPally 8TATIOHI. a
h'Is required and, Jacksonville Boston Providence and i I I Pally Dealt D I I0s.
get the l hay 'out. The cut, (!.,. *
Lord Charleston S. C. both ) T rT. it.nlD..Ar 11 Up $OOp 1010 Lv..IT. Sm'rnaAr lie
at R
from the Northwestern AKrlcultiirlat; Rattle (Calling ways Oat .:::...... OM n........,,,.ArliM) I41P iiblaLv.Lake H lan._ 113pu8
Illustrates a device' usod by J. 11.i 8KMI-WKKKLT..... ....SAILINGS.. ... .....!.... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston 110 Lv.... .,. KMrpriM ....<......Ar.LT 11 00* f Up IL lea Lv.Oraun Ctly.ArAr. 1U 0 p99p 018
ment, Southbound.... .. .. M *Ar.'.,...,... Sea oM ..,....... 1010. iOCp 11 Mt .Or. City Jo'.Lr I
to Southbound.... ........................ .. ,., .... '.. from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville lip


them baY Clyde St.. Johns River Lin'e. Landa d, I>a
ro seed. Bund'y e

I BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE(Denary Line.)AND' SANFORD. 1 400 461n1 IMP hip '/O MaAa.. LrroktonVaArSo.. .JaakaoarUla T 11a OOaaoa a t 111 40ft lU: p /U P 1ft:

Bereiiford and intermediate land- 30 hip 30 p 140 10 Ma ..Pablo BMMik.. S 00kT fO O
i UDfI A tor, St. rriuicln ( ) "
1 Stopping at Polatka the tit.JohD'De.andt. 10 p $ $4i 1 14 atIMa Atlantis Baeh III M illO' 15p "
Ingi on I i I I'
-' and oth 33301 43 p p 1 Mp Ar. May port LT O 410 a to My p
STEAMER "CITY OP JAClC ONVlLLE.

Tbe !. appointed/ tt sail a*follow t Leave JaukHonvllle, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:30 p. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
through Returning, leave Banturd Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday.9 XO a. m. i

f. peas 8uuLb.JloUlul: 8CH1DULE: North-Donn Real I up. CLOSf CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH STEAMSHIP OF THE P. a 0. I. I. COMPANY FOI
Beau down.
be.
t I Leave. ... .. .. .. .... ...i i ovule Tom.....,.. \rrtve !l 00 .. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
by; drtv- Leers. 33111"81a 111.m. .... .....". ... .. .... .. ....J.I..tka.:. .. ...... ......... ... .... Leave 8 CO p. m.
to Leave aooa.m.p. ...... ..... ... .. .. .. A.to.r ..::..... ... .. ..... .... Le..ve. illOp m.
.. .... St. ......... ........ ... Leave loop.m
within Leave faoa.m. ... .. Francis n... Time Tab!.. ibxnr bits Mm. at whleh train may be *x;rested to arrive and drtart
I Gave ,.. .. .. ....... .. ...Here.lor.l (DeLand)).. ... .. ...... .......tears U 00 .oon. from the several utatlon bat thlr arrival or tpartura at ih. tlm stated I. not iraaraittnd
trellises .... .... .. ... .. ... .. ...... Leave 930.. m.
Arrive 880.a. m. .. ......... .. Sanford ace do** th. Company hold itself rccponilbl for any dtlay or any arising ihr
to- Arrive 10:00: m.., ............ ... ..,......Enlerprlae.......... ,..... ............ Gave 100010. m. Ina- OOYMq.enee

'' .. former Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office., 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. : 4 4II
.. :for Oopr of tb LOCAL TZHTB: OAJU> or OUker Iaf.r.atl.a
a gun
r.M. IROJJMONOKR, Ja., Aaet. Oen.Pane. 41lt: 204 Went Bay 8t..laolllOnylll..Fla.W .
/ O.COOPER,Jr., Local Frt.A Jacksonville. O. P.LOVKLL uperintendent JaokioBTllle. SEE THE TICKETAOENT.m ,
loot Hogan St. Jacknonvlll. Fla.A. '
'; A HAYMOW BPRTtADKR. .0. HAOKRTT Oen'l Kant'n Faaa.ARt.> New ;York CLYDE MILKR!:, Gen. Frt.Ant.: ,New York.. t J. D. ItAEI1vER' AMt.. CUn. Z>MW. A&ent., ST. ATJOUUTlif< H, J'LA.
( KOKK, General. Ma.umer.: WM. f CLYDK a CO'I-08nel'al Agents.icbesebrough \
Cleave of WUeonsIn which U said THEO. G.
HIIII ; ---- --- --- --- --------
r the hay alxfut the mow
spread C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvllle, 'la.Atlantic .
very little hand labor.
,rr. It counlsU of a platform 0 by 8 ,
," made of Inch boards well cleated

tile ends. A piece of 4 by 6 pine Line ,
Coast
? feet 8 Inched long la nailed Heron tb R'y.

middle of the platform ou the und<

/ Ida. This croaspl ce la first '

at both ends and the 'remainder the The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
roqaded. On a two foot sea en-

placed on the girders directly under of TO TilE EAST Southern Railway

fork track Over Us own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence
; full length of a,1 via the Pennsylvania Railroad.
mow I lot t Emul- I
block made I

2 by 0 Inch and the The Louisville & Nashville TO, via TIIK Montgomery"WEST., The Mobile &: Ohio R. R. WORLDS FAIR. ROUTE
a. are nailed at lofr

terrain of : the TO TIIK EAST VIA STEAMSHIP-.

feet. In from Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Plilladeldhla Bos .
the ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to 'New York Washington: and Baltimore Via Savannah .
.under the platform and Merchants' and Miners' Trangporttalon Company for BaIt! I
rest Emul- more and Philadelphia. ,
moves freely It is
r Is tilted and and TO KEY AVBST AND HAVANA.Via Best Line to St. Louis. Mo.

y in place by; : Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company.
ropes,. as that

i' T In the cut Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points. Superb Dining Car Service.

along may be the Emul- .
MILEAGE TICKETS.'
r as desired
It is & bone Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000: miles of among the principal .
railroads In the southern states are on sale by the principal agent
to have at and returning at Atlanta, Knoxville: Louisville and principal
1 ten feet between girls, For reservations and info matlon apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, -Stop-overs going; ; !
t the FRANK C. BOYLSTON Commercial Agt. W. D. STARK, Tray, Pass Agt. North' Carolina :Mountain Resorts.

track and 138: West Bay St., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous Blue Gnu
r center of II. M. EMERSON: : Traffic Manager WILMINGTON.: W.N.J.C.CRAIG' Gen'l. Pass..Agent. legion, Lexington and Louisville. .

platform.forkfulof .t.. Free reclining chair oars and high-class day coaches, Through Pullman Bleep-

DYPAtL or SPSEADERa etnikee York... -- log cars, Jacksonville to St. Louis. ,

' S' slapUng platform It shoots olr to SE L2imAIR : : :
' f4 Ida and is well scattered Instead Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlon.aT. .

failing In a beap under the track.o LINE RAILWAY.

, Rural New Yorker. I 1 .

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FIELD BEANS. '.,
. 1 r' FOR- I

r ti. A Crop Well Liked by F....... SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PIKES, RICHMOND, O. x."C'SBi:: Dist, Pass. Agt.. ,
.' ....... G.......,.. ,...1..0.,.. -
E, The field beau acreage WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, 108:West. Bay St., .._ ;.:/ Jacksonville, Fla.

: !' hading districts of northern! and tnldU .
4i < <* western atateu appears to be up By. I 1 ,, ,
'. Two Elegant Trains Dally M ,
Ir the. average' this sen sou, and In ,. ...

locuJtUwi substantial Increases Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. ,.
; uotud. Prices received for beans c. -,, "
j f. S paCt several mouths bave ; : MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ;J '
.
r... been satisfactory to growers: and ONLY LI N E Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jackioirrllle to New Orleans. ___ __n___. ____,__.._ -- '--- '- -- --..-- "
tUU fact "la' largely attributed the .

;) la which the crop U hold by farmers. ,

:hA'", Counties New York do not show reservations call on Lines
'" For full Information and sleeper any Agent Mallory
uufmauJ Increuuo In acreage this
Seaboard write
,or
I for the reason, stated above. \
f I' \, B4UT of the more prominent A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pace Ai'S.. C. BOYi.STON,1'aes. Agt.

grrobiff districts have enlarged planting. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

. !' In Monroe county It Id said on.. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
tbtv IMMU neuion is one of the -----

\ backward on "<<- about the same as last year. I'rlt.'etor EXPERIENCE
: KIDNEY DISEASES -NO GIMPORTANT -
: ; ;
the 1903 crop were on a bails
'Lh to $::=.50 f. o. b. These ( () STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED oatheeshtpe

very satisfying to producers. In Wyoming 1 ,, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of berth,
fatal of all dl
most +
the
county there la a 10 per cent inftvmut are or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers individaaservice

la the bean acreage and the 2 cases: s.d attention.
soa wtartcd out quite favorably altlumgfc MARK
40 a m. TMAOK
late. Farmers received $ ::011(1. m. KIDNEY CURE i III DcsionsCopvftiaHTS PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: EVERY FRIDAY.See .
foe 1UOO marrow., $2.00 for kidney rULE r )Ac.
O Buaraatitd Rifflii
> ] Anf on*wnxltnc ik trh and dMOrtpttnn may ( Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union
91.90: to (1.73 for pea. In .. .- .-irum coy opinion fn. "b.tb. masffTassiaoRrFs"
.
wOoty the- acreage U hardly as ,Invatlnn IOn..In tl I.,."..." .*... LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
refunded. Contalnl .
*. Srw youM ago. or money ..nl Po. Video .r.nay fur>-urtn paMuu.Patent
taavn tbrouiib Mesa Cu recd". Including DAYLIGHT SAIL the
delightful
through
Jiwari the Atlantic coast, partlruIsrty remedies recognized by eminent -dala.tla. witness 011......IB lb. ,

to New England, some physicians as the best foe Scientific Jlm rltan. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
report a bigger of field
acreage and Bhdder troubles. A h nd.om.ry nimtratwt ....Illy. T.mr*... fir. Throve tickets sold U) all northern points. For fall Information regarding; attractions
Kidney
tbj .on. In sections of .........on ot .ny....ntlll" }'anal. '!'_..$3a
Agt. ........ offered by no other line reervatlns tickets .to. apply f
ant sotted SO per cent increases '' PRIGS 5Oc:. ud 31.Oi. =t tour mantlu.(I. add braii ; diagrams, ,

paged with last ycur. Trices for ) Red Cross Pharmacy. J m.!! N..g..ah,sa....WaaIaIIIII'rJ.r' ...,.New Ynrk. : ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, JaclsonylUe, Florid
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.liAST! COAST ADVOCATE. OCTOBER 7, 190' 7

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"T1TU8VIITE. i California Prune Wafers I NEW YO'IeI(: .
GROWING MUSKMELQNS. .\
If you have that languid all tired out \ '

,, r... ......t..y .. tee Iner.aa.-Polatr feeling And hardly I know what Is the
Sembler Cottage of C.lt.r. la Varlona "..Ioa.. I matter, you peed a tonic to carry out 'iDotelMarlboroughJ :
r the fever breedJog \mpmltles from the "
;i ? FLORIDA. Only about one-thlyd us much land is I vstorn.: Try Opaaa Tablet, a few of '
T1TUSVILI.E. devoted to uiuskmelon culture In the I them will make 3'11/I"/ like a new person. "
United' States as to wiitrnuelofi. but I Try them for neuralgia. the effect Is 7',.. Broadway, 36th and 37th Streets, NEW: YQIIC( ,\ v
;+ Open All the Year. the arm devoted) it is rnpldlj11 In wonderful. :35 cents at the Ked Cross 400 UoomH. 200 bath rooms, Lighted entirely with elea tijH, lights Conducted

creasing. Owing to Its smaller growth Pharmacy Tltusvllle, Kla. on Amerloiiu and Kuropsftn plant: and \\s managed Under 'persona. a.
Good Board and Attention. supervision of tho o'Yuer.
the muskmelon Is> more easily grown iq There U more: o* .l hypocrisy In all E. 8. CKOWELL, Manager: .

\ ., Reasonable Rate northern localities than the watermel I hl"". but It Is luoat apparent la the bald .... .. ,.. --' --- -,..,-- '-- ."- .....,-.....---t --
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on. New Jersey lead In hcrvasre followed man who takes/' it long lock of halt -- --
', Two doors from E. C. Railway by Texas Illinois, Indiana, Maryland from over hU left ear. and plasters It J3UYN I IAWI: It, .1'.\.

Virginia, Arkansas and Colo- I ,
Station Titusville, across his skull.\ ,:,><
rado. I, ,.
ms. A. J. SKMDLKU" Proprietress.JACKSOXVH.1.E. Successful' muskmelon growers In A Texas: scientist, tina;;! discovered that T URVX MAWK,
Niagara county, N. Y., secure their The lawr[ Hotel
llssenitniitor)
of disease Bryn
-- -- early melon by starting the plants either I the tramp la': a laziness PENN.
The' .
lu the hotbed or greenhouse late microbes. germ Is the ,

Ii't, In April or early lu May and transplanting hobo's biggest .card In the microbe i(,}
to the Held when all danger game. '
ate)
( Absolutely Fireproof. ) 'e
; frost l la punt, usually during/ the
from unth.. .
... !
JACKSOKVILLE third or fourth week In May. Transplanted i ,
1 DUVAL HOTEL uncomfortable oreven 0
la
more
4' melons usually produce the Nothing ,,
.
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bulk of their crop somewhat in advance dangerous! for an In1I1I1thun n OPEN JTTNR TO OOTOBRR. For terms, etc.. mMremy
If the vitiated re-
'"neglecttil mouth.
of the Held sown crop and the
tiers arc allowed to remain there InC .\1 ""* '. '> .
advantage obtained In price usually '
"rat danger/ of disease genus/: finding\
OppOHlte pontoffloe./ Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re more than enough to counterbalance and thence being ',' : '
the extra expense of growing the 'talcmentinthemouth: ,' LTCLANI) STERRyW'JIauaRer.\ ; AVBRYN ? 1
". absorbed the stomach A good mouth
mid transplanting. & .
plants under glnsa ,
novated. Newly fiirnlMhml throughout. Liberally ooaduoted. *. Melons for the late crop are almost wash l" eight, or ten drops of tincture I .

o-'',.,.. .' entirely grown from, seed planted of myrrh In u glansof W II tcr. With 'M A Wit, PENN.y .
:.
should be rinsed thor
this the mouth ,
.. ,:.: where the la to mature. In fieldseeding J
Kate :#2.50 Hay and crop -- ---- -
per up. ,
times Another .. ,
lny. .
oiiglrly two or three u < -- --
In ten to flf teen seeds are droppedIn --- !
wash III I llsterlne. It la
excellent
each hill (In the soil of which a forkful V.Kiamesha .
SPERRY
B. W. Proprietor. lens expensive buying It In tUo! seven KIAMKSIIA LA1CiN. F F'I .
-of.manure,or II handful\ of commercial
.. fertilizer has IKH-II worked) and ounce liottlew. A half teaspoonful or i
Tightly covered. After danger from In- more In.u wlneglusNful of wuteelsare' -

sect and other pests Is. past all the frcMhlng", mouth wash mid n good: tooth KlAl i ,:L I\F., '
HUN wash. It the mouth 1* very dry. a good '
O'NEAL Inn
four {
plants are removed except or five tli I.LI.AN. CU vTINl'w
of the strongest wash. 1:11: one tnldwpooutul\ of glycerinand ,
I of \lemon juice to t 'YOlU i
instead of planting the one tt'iigpuonfut! ,, '
KouwtliucM
HAS LEASED THE .. tile glycerin does ti.\,1 '
seeds in hills they are sown 'lu rows a glass'" of water as !1lWa; t'i\. 1 Y
rand conwcciuently stays t ., e ,';'., Jl,
not evaporate ((!;
five to seven feet apart, and the plantj '
ARAGON HOTEL are thinned to stand about tWo feet on the tongue i iul In the mouth louder Thin "New Hookledgu" of the North, lIelltl H'fo the mountains by the'

apart In the row. When thus planted than clear. wither. I' level i.r p
-- -------- aide of a beautiful lake, 2,000 feet above sea i <
commercial fertilizers may1 bo sown Urio Acid nml Jruvol .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA along the rows with it drill nt the time!' '
Arm. caused by the kidney's being/ unntl Kx It Is open on the American plnn. Rates $2.50: per day and upwards. of deeding.: The Arlitiimtia: \ station! ree- .. to properly filler tins Impnrltleil
The botel Is being thoroughly; renovated and put lu firet-e1a.* condition cnimciuU spreading burnynrd' manure from I the blood. Irving' bnchii wafers Bowling Alley, Oolf 'and .l"'nnl,;
when finished It will, \ be leoond. to none ID the city. New e.evator and along the rows and thoroughly incorporating ere tho ouly unto. remedy for this con- ..
new pluroblus: JM b..lnllln..talled. New and large; sample room being added. It In the soil by home cultiva turbo; theyclenonn the kidneys from nilworn '
Rooms_with bat I h, from May 1st to >ov. let, :$.< per day tors This does way with the handwork nufmateilrtl, build up the shrunk- Moet: reasonable{ rate!, .. ,

of forking the manure Into each DU calls. of thu kidneys nhd prevent the
separate hill and seems to give fully as Formation of the urlo acid Bold at AO II. It, t tillit liE( :>, l'I"la'lotor. 1
'IWESTMORELAND West *. Red Cross Pharmacy .
HOTEL cents a box
JACKSONVILLE FLA. good results. __ --'- -.._- ro
1''
; The field culture of mnskmelons Is !
:t / practically'the name. whether the plants
American plan., Centrally located. Just built and opened -
are first started under shelter or whether -

this season.' Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Wator the seexjM' are sown' In the Held direct -
and It consists of thorough cultivation YOU SEENf

Batha, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any'wharf or depot. All In the early' part of the season' HAVE i
before the vines become long enoughto 1
i street, cars pass the door. Rates, ,a.00 to':$2.50 per day. Interfere with this work:


Mrs. A. J. WALKER,"Proprietor. NEW ROSE KILLARNEY. .

Color rink Shaded-.en Palo Pink-ItIrnral
The New Travelers Hotel .r* to R. Papular.Klllurney .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I'THE.
the new hybrid tea rose : ,
-On the American and European Plan- Introduced about five years; ago by
r Irish rose growersbaa been much i
I Under Newly furnished and renovated. A '0
. new management. pleasant talked of among the florists ''says ,
family home. Rates: American Plan, $2.00 and $2.50; European, 50cts American! Gardening In Illustrating 0'

and up. All care: form Union Station stop at the door. some of Its bloom The delicate pink

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. doeper.on the inside lights up gloriously -
The beautifully located RIverMde Hotel, at Green Cove: Springs, la under the and can bo seen at best when the
same management. Bower lit fully expanded. The long
Form of the! bud Is very distinct qnd
r make It useful for decorative. work VALTO.N BLOCK 7o

I,IWOLFF/S_ EUROPEAN nvi&LJACKSONVILLE Corner Drldge and'Day Sheets.. FLA. (


-Room..ISOots, 75cts and $1.00- -
v
A first-class Restaurant In Connection. fy t r.r
i -J. If;< WOLFE,. Manager. o J

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'IF YOU WANT A... .! .

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.Building Lot t ,.. It

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or a,lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY; :: j .., .
LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, \ I ,I
., .to,.'
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDENWe o' .-

probably .have for sale just what you are seeking. COOIM *+O* ... 't'y,.

Settlers are flocking In but still there is room. If you art "'

looking this way, drop a line to Haw: HIBttlD TEA fcOBB KILLABNCT.: ',o;", ''I(' .

The rose will fill a place between Ii't'.. :,
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JAS. E. INGRAHAM, 3rdVice-Pre Ident. .,. '
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Bridesmaid and Bride In color and Is : ,"

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, of a fascinating lively pink. The par : \ ,
'ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA. entage Is given ns Belle Hlebrecbt and ; A NEW INVENTION.1M

-- --- ..-_ .. .--.-- -' ,- Liberty. "
Very seldom does a rose receive so r SWMM : <"I
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many names as has been the case with ,. t.
: tbU. one. As No. 10 the use of Klllar- .Recently Patented all Over the eWorld. '
To Orange and : ney has been sold In New York and
Philadelphia for some time past. i
In blngtonthe/ name of Mrs. (I.
I Westinghouse was applied to a favorite The Walton
new rose which turns out to be KI1larney. .. ,

It became Winnie Davis somewhere

Grapefruit Growers gardener else, and thought in New be England bad a a new private I Self-Loctipg Tackle Block. w kJi

thing In Faf,Maid.

We have 100,000 budded trees now growing la our nurseries stocks and varieties This loed-holding/ block la mad. In var: p
to suit all soils and locations where oranges; and grapefruit; can be grown. A Proafalt. Appl. lous shapes and sizes, of WOOD, IRON .
F
Some trees for summer planting. But we want to call your attend to Mr. De Con of New Jersey das / and BRONZE. Will work squally welt .
found the old fashioned Maiden's
TREES FOR FALL PLANTING.{ Blush one of the most profitable of applet with rope..chain or wire rope f. '

*. lie stored a lot green kept them r Will work at bight upside down, '?.
about three weeks and then, started b'\ : '
Theae should be engaged now, In order to secure'yonrselt against disappoint.went ,
when yon get ready to plant them. Our Dew catalogue, now ready, telling marketing them at 65 t rents, aDd the atop.and lock at any point -v*
cultivation etc., and you can have it last shipments went to 85 cents a basket
all about trees, varieties, stocks, locations Invaluable for every hind of business
for the asking. We give you the benefit of jcar experience, and the best value .
-- wheVe a block I* needed: frequently saving
Florida. Nothing but the
for your money to be had of any high class nursery In
best In Its grade, and that is not too rood for you. Alt Inquiries cheerfully re- Walt sad flower Jlot... the labor of one man or more.
,sponded to. No White Fly A light application of bone meal Is Nothing like it for banging or stretch-
good for melon plants. '
log wires.
Ether has been successfully awl
THE OKLAWAHA NURSERIES abroad In forcing lilacs Into early J rt A Address all communications to they

bloom. '| Walton Block "
Self
Locking Go
Among/ the newer raspberries the ,
'-, O. W. CONNER, Tangerine, Fla. King (11't'(1) is reported an doing well In ; uf" (Incorporated7.) t Ali r.
1 I 1 t tb
heavy sulfa ID New Jersey, being larger. | 1 i
__ .. _ I r
p __ __ oJ and than I ', '
stronger more productive l a Office and Wareroom, 41U Atlantic Are s ,t' rb

;\ J.LJ: :- X> :E3B.xJ.W': : 5. Miller.Borne Alabama /grown narrlimu: bulb f i t :: t I''J Near Lowe's BOSTON Wbarf, KUvated. Station +'d ,
tfASa. I
Successor to Dobbins Bros.
( ) used for forcing have compared favorably k

c"C': JST Lx.ncL:: : : :LOCK: S IIMITZ3. with the Imported bulbs t'

[ Badges, Check.. Door Numbers, Stsncils Trunk and locksmith: So plle.. A seedless apple, solid Inside and I Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADo 1 11" ,
-REPAIRING OP GUNS' AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY- with a depression' In the end similarto i hoc.lrso9lceTttu.vlilelsodatlheators; t{ bbl' 't?
Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wbolesal Trunks and Valise Repaired. the navel orange. .. reported from Yh y of S. B. Hobbard A Co., JckionvI110. '
: 22* Main St. Jacksonville. Fla. Grand Junction. Colo. Call and see these block worklnif, 1 1.a. 1t








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S EAST COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 7, 1904. .
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in ........................... .............. THE SOUTHERN RAILWAY. ..................................................;;

J9' : .j i F. A. Morgan\ Proprietor. I K. K. lUnkewood Registered DruBjitiPHARMACY(

Florida has the advantage of havln B i
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS I
,
+ 41 West nay Street, I MR. FLAGLERIN'>' a direct connection through; Jacksonvllh
FLORIDA, with the Southern Railway, one of th
e
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. j I It
: iRED
greatest systems of railway's in the Unl j jTmJBTJLLlE
j Largest stock in this section of country.,
ted States. This road enters tbe gate
Established In 1808. Il.
i J Jt way of Florida and gives to traveleri ,
Send for descriptive catalogue. 6I i
I'' from tbe State the very best connection I FLOK1DA.A .

-TH E- THE LIGHT IN WHICH A PROMINENT ;NORTHERN j j.f to all points I In, the United States. There : Complete Stock of- :
Is. no more progressive railroad In the

4 r JOURNAL VIEWS THE FRIErJD/OF/ THE South than the Southern and Its manage,: i ,- PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES i

FLORIDA MOTOR CO, .f EAST COAST OF FLORIDA. *:* ment has won for It the greatest faro. 41 ftSr: Prescriptions Filled With the

: from the people of Florida as well as all 1 = Utuiost Care and Promptitude. t

DAYTONA FLA, i other Southern States. TRADE GlYE US A TRIAL
j YOUR
WE WANT ORDER
g:
Carry. full line of..... the __
I lid a- ****************,t********* ***********nfl**----L.__***** In city of Jacksonville tbe most Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes
AUTOMOBILES and TIKES valuable terminal -facilities are owned Candies and all other articles
Fine kept
\ I Toilet Articles, /Shoulder: Braces,
1\\ "The remarkable works of Mr. Flagler began to build the .town of Miami 1 IB I this
by road and the merchants of the drug stores.
:' 1I' ...,.In stock, also on the Eant Coast of Florida merit careful 181)6.\ i by up-to-date '
I' mall .
city as well as the other great interests! Ksr- We (rive prompt and careful attention to all orders.N
attention the of
1'1:' ; I MARINE yvnd STATIONARY GASOLINE man, who firmly as believes undertaking that his fortune one To Build to Key West. of the State, find Its facilities for bandI .++......+.N.........+.N...*+.*.+.*+..+.......,

ll! ,':j ENGINES, wan given him for the purpose of The operations to be conducted by tbe I hog freight unsurpassed. The very best -- -- -

A i: r' .. DYNAMOS, using it,forthe and who best puts Interests this of convictionInto bis fellowmen F. E.of C.the Ry.proposed Co.'s engineers route of In the tho road survey toI passenger and freight schedules are operated E. L. :se:: ::c cSS ::eeO.,

I'j(' MAGNETOS, dally practice," say the Manufacturers Key West, will be more. extensive than and In the winter when the northern .
BATTERIES, Record. "Mr. Flagler'; Investments Is generally known.. tourist seeks the sunny climate of -DEALERS IN-
",f, EV A1'OIUZERS, In Florida have been the result of Fully fifteen or twenty surveyors, Florida this road takes a pride la the GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
careful Investigation absolute faith In with numerous assistants will be en ,
,;i f' !SPAHKCOILS: the numerous resources of Florida and gaged In the work, and a. It will take magnificent character of Its tourist trains. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. ,We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
? I :ill'1 and PLUGS' the courage to risk large sums of money them In many Instances away from As an evidence of the progressiveness of We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum....
I ,'r., of all kinds, and are offering them for In backing: up his Judgment, even In I habitation for a number of days, the this company and the excellent facllltle en. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries. delivered at your station.
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company.. preparing In manner E. L. BRADY &: BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
t .. spite of the adverse criticism of his every
t. tale at. fl I, : friends. possible tot their accommodation and which It affords to travelers It may be

:;J,1. ...OTTO ::pn.XOmS.: : : .. convenience. pointed out that It bandies more than Its -- -
Pone D. Leon Hotel.
""Itl' A few days ago the company launched ordinary share of the travel this summer
t :;4;;;\ They have a few bargains In "In 1887 Mr. Flagler completed the a new houseboat 20x07 feet in size and It to tbe great St. Louis Fair and to the W. E. COLDSMITHDealer ,
Ponce de Leon hotel In St. Augustine Is now being provisioned and furnished
ti" KNOX, This is one of the most beautiful build for the use of the engineers In their mountain and seaside resorts from In-
logs of modern times, and set the stand- work. The boat is comfortable,and Florida. The most elegant trains operated -
.. ,BUICK, ard for high-class construction of this venlent and will take the place of a home cons( anywhere in the United States are STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT AND

WHITE,' character of buildings In the United while off In the wilds of the lower coast. operated by this road and travelers findIt PRODUCE ALL KINDS.
fDEM States, and abroad. ThU hotel was This boat, however, will not be sufficient OF.
GOT, built to make of Florida a first-class for the demand for accommodations, and a most delightful lino to any part of TITUSVILLE 'I r FLORIDA.

h ORANTFERmsiMARINE tourist resort instead of a sanitarium, recently! Chief Engineer J. C. Meredith the; South and to points farther north,
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and has been successful. The Alcazar began t the construction of another and where Its lines reach. The Southern
l & STANIONAUY ENGINES. another beautiful hotel, was also finish- duplicate craft for tbe same purpose.A bas good connections from Florida to aU INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY
en soon after the Ponce de Leon and large force of men are at work on it,
; ..AU Kinds of points and the 'service It !gives to the TITUSVILLE, FLA.Is .
? Mr. Flagler then purchased the Cordova and It is Intended to have It ready for
k LATHE WORK hotel thus making a trio of high-class servlcn. Inside the next month. Besides State is a most valuable one.-Florida prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
I hotels accommodating about2.000 peo this tbe company's houseboat, Bonefish, Times Union Jacksonville, Fla. paid tacking for Yachts or for family use 'Falrdeallng Is my motto.T. .
; A Specialty. plo lIe built the Memoral Presbyterian which heretofore has been used for T. WETMORE Proprietor.

church nod manse a most exquisite; creation pleasure parties has been towed to the ----'
Write for Prices and Terms. fitting and furnishing i U complete. marine ways and will be renovated and JOE JEFFERSON RETIRES.
: ly In every detail. He also _gave the put in condition to accommodate the en FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAE
SOUTHERN
Methodist a beautiful building for their gineers as a home. A letter to the ADVOCATE from New TUB
:R.. L. 11I OTLO'W' church and parsonage. These buildings Thin. will make three large houseboats York says: Joseph JetTerson has finally .
were all built of concrete, and today areas engaged In tbe survey work. They will .
solid as when first completed. lie be towed about and attended by large announced his retirement from the stage, Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
,
also built a city hall for the' city of St launches. The first party of engineers The veteran omedlan says he bus de- ,
Augustine and aided In-the rebuildingOf probably got away Sunday, and, as previously died I never to resume his theatrical 1.
the old Roman Catholic cathedral, stilted, will\ begin their survey on lareer. He arrived here yesterday from .
which was almost destroyed by fire. the north end of Key Largo. It In prob- : and Sidewalk Brick.
He pared numerous streets with asphalt able several months will be consumed in Boston, where he hud rested, a few Vitrified, Paving .....

and established a water, sewer and the work-Mlaml: Metropolis."Flagler days after leaving Buzz 'rd'a Bay, where
for his 'Is Offices foot ol IJogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262, ,
/i electric light system properties. Will Help Florid-*." be had been taken III. He conv"le ; ,

// Million. Invested Under the above caption an exchange: : tent, but still must be Judicious in guarding J. K. MUNNERLYN,"General Manager.;

"To enable the pleasure seekers to under date of :September: 21st, gives us his returning strength, and will rl.
reach St. Augustine comfortably and the following,,; main here for three weeks, after which
quickly be bought a narrow-gauge rail- "H. M. Flagler the Standard. 011 magnate h. will go by easy stages to Florid. The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the Stste.PYAiatt .
road under construction from south and muti-mllllonaire, has launch
Jacksonville to St. Augustine, widened ed the project of colonizing the State of and> very quietly he announced it to h's
the gauge built a magnificent steel Florida. Mr. Flagler Is owner and president family' "I shall never act again," he
......... bridge across the St. Johns river at of the Florida East Coast railroad, said. "My days on the stage are ended.;' Wzx.:: : A. :SO'\LtS: : z Co.
Jacksonville, and thus enabled the run and Is credited with also owning a majority His last appearance was in June at
Fine Liquors Wines Beers, Dlnlof: high-class Pullman limited of the Florida territory given over "
Ales, Stout Etc. trains from New York directly through to winter resort business. aterson. N. J., as "Rip. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
tl B2T Send me orders I to St. Augustine within 2S hours. Mr. The plan which he has formulated for I When Mr. Jefferson recovered from
your Flagler then bought of Mr. William Inducing settlement in the State in the attack of gastritis, Induced by a cold Flour Grits 'VIeal and Fertilizers
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. ,.
Astor his railroad from St. Augustine to eludes low rate transportation from ?
___ __ caught while fishing at Buzzard's: Bay,
un ana tbe Eastern and Its
n ana rom ueaoon Illinois
roooi faiaiKA. a.V. : Chicago; over
20tt( East Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
he seriously considered and thoughtover lr mss ?e Bay ,
railroad lines. Letters have been
'his
White uarrow-gauge connecting
East Coast Meat Markei t from San Mateo to Daytona, (he written by the management of the Florida most carefully whether or not he Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. Ry
1. changed tbe gauge of the latter prop East Coast to the managements'ofmany should resume his dramatic work.
erty)connecting them up to Daytona Western roads, outlining the plan Ibe decision was reached yesterday -
G. F. DUREN, Agent. with his Jacksonville line. He built the and ask them to Join In putting on low :J1' : -
Ormond hotel at ,.Orraond and In the colonization rates this winter to Florida :
: sIL
t\I\! :: spring: of 1803 bought the McCormick oolnts. Notwithstanding the fact that CHURCH NOTICES., ; ::
C1ts >>
:>> _oo property at Lake Worth building hitherto Florida has been considered a ____ v rL 1c rL =..
CIII- -. thereon what has become the world-fa semi-tropical country.glven over to pleas
: Services Sunday evening at 1JO
; iy mous resort, the.Royal Poinciana hotel, ure seeker. In winter time and deserted every
( at Palm Beach. He extended his railroad In summer time, Mr. Klagler declares at the Presbyterian church, Titusvllle, Turnips-and Ruta Bagas. I
pa along the Indian River from Day. that It Is one of tbe Harden: spots of the by Rev. W. E. Hall, pastor. Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.

e. ICI.o: tona to Palm Beach, through the famous earth and should have a population asdense There will be services at the Methodist Cabbage-beet varieties for Florida. Beans.
Indian River orange groves and what are as any of the Eastern States.With .
now the equally famous pineapple districts a view of educating the public church f n Cocoa, next; Sunday at 11 a. Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph. I

establishing what is now a most regarding the resources of the State the m. and 7 :MO, p. m. All are cordially Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
_. C'-8- attractive town at West Palm' Beach. F. E. C. Ry Co., has opened an office in Invited to attend.
=ICI.o: : This town has all the comforts of mod- Chicago and In other Western cities, \-- : I
cDa ern cities, a population 'all year round' where will be displayed samples of the Spent More than $1OOO. I I L. Jd.MI7RON.' :: Secd.Sn:1an.: : ,

of about 4,000 and Is one of the most' product Florida." 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville' Fla.Now .
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, W. W. Baker of Plalnvlew J
thrifty little cities In Florida. In 1803 Neb., writes
1 :Mr. Flagler built the Hotel Breakers, "1\Iy wife suffered from lung trouble for
facing the ocean beach at Palm Beach. Confessions of a Priest. fifteen years. She triad a number of 3- __!3ioo titIil'E! : uzaLL: : :!: JtJ'Y ii! z-: &

He built an Iron ocean pier and enlarged doctors and spent over 1,000 without re
Robbins & Graham Go Rev. Jno. S. Cox. of Wake, Ark.,
lief. She became low and lost
all
I the Royal Polnolana until It Is now the wrltes"For 12 years I suffered from Yellow very
largest tourist hotel In the world. He Jaundice. I consulted a nurubeivpf hope. A friend recommended Foley's ,is the 'Time::::::: : .
(Incorporated.) became Interested in the Bahamas, and physicians and tried all ems of medicines Honey and Tar, and thanks to this
remedy It saved her life.\ 1C CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF A
hotel great !She: en-
bought the Royal Victoria at Nas-
but Then
PAID UP CAPITAL $26,000.00.Thlecompany : got no relief. I began .
better health than she has
r sau. In 1800 Mr. Flagler extended his the use of Electric Bitters and feel thatI Joys known Fine Diarxl.on.d..
." : : :
In Refuse substitutes.
owns railway to Miami, on Bay Biscayne, In am now cured of a disease that had tenlear. Hold
Dade county. lie built a floe hotel me In its grasp for twelve years," If at Pharmacy Titusvllle. Fla. Our stock Is very large and we are In a position to show you any size,loose or
X.A.. :IfcT:: ::: :ID: .S, there the Royal Palm.| you want reliable medicine for Liver mounted gem that you want. Our specialty is Fine Diamonds and Iligh-gral'

ft the Indian River Country; On the St, "Mr. Piagler, finding only shallow waterin and Kidney trouble, stomach disorder Job Printing Waltham and Elgin WAtches. Diamond Brooches, from ?;500 to 1,000 each, and
Bay Biscayne, calmly proceeded to dig or general debility get Electric Bitters. money saved on every purchase.'Moss .
; Xnoie River; at New River and on Bay a canal from the town to Cape Florida It's guaranteed by Red Cross Pharmacy, Do not forget the fact that at the AD- ,

1 Blaoayne. Prices to suit the times. at a personal cost of $200,000: thus affording Tltusville Fla. Only 60 cts.. VOCATH office, Titusvllle we do Job : : c Slager
a depth of 12 feet from the sea. printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply ans ,
I Send for Land List. The government has now appropriated ezpedltlonsly.; Letterheads, NoteheitdjBillheads
$300,000 for a new' out 18 feet across JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at Envelopes Tags, and all othe DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.
a Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, PIa.I the beach ridge to the sea, thus bring this office, at reasonable rates. Give kinds 11 and 13-Main St. A C. L. WATlIU: INSPECTOR. 339 W. Bay St.
Ing deep water to Miami. This depth JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
share of work.
I CHAS. FULTONwill can be deepened to 24. feet at reasonable us a your WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, -
expense when commerce Justifies the expenditure. when you can buy the best Self-Lock
He constructed a fine .wharf OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W ALton' log Tackle. Blocks at nearly the same
attend to all kinds of for ocean steamers at his railway terminal Rapid Calking Tools now In nse price. Now In use In the United THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEr
at Miami Bay Blsoayne, established States Army and Navy
l; on boat In the United Departments
lines of steamships to Nassau, Key by owners States Examine them at Pritchard A Sons, or
PAINTING and KALSOMINING West and Uabana, and built a magnlrl- Price $1.00 and $8.00 each at the AD- the ADVOCATE office Titusvllle. r.- PRICES ARE RIGHT '

t cent hotel the Colonial, at Nassau. He VOOATB office, Titusvllle, Fla. -
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