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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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15. NO.11. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY.

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I At Penney Ob Uraunlng' AMONG THE HOTELS.
Clothing, Shoes Etc.< -Mr.- J. Mend and daughter, are
LOCAL NEWS -Mr.Tom'Paine, of St. Lucle, was a 8everal -
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guest of Judge and Mrs M. S. Jones a We have just received an Immense months In New York. You will find everything In clothing The ADVOOATR! Is on file at all the

nd Topics of General Interest; couple of days or so this week. that this mind could' suggest or tbe best hotels In New York city.
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consignment of mews clothing- -Born to Mr and Mrs. E. C. Mllliaftho heart desire. The finest, grade of read;,. 1 "it i
-Mr. John II. Same, a prominent ura's noted make of tailor-made good; residence of Mr. and Mr. T. i N. made clothing at prices that will plea Where to stop along the East Coast.

THE ADVOCATE orange grower of Indlanola was In"tow Suoh a big stock of fashionable and up. Decker, In TUusvllle, a eon sally surprise you. See list of hotels and boarding houseson

$1.50 per annum In advance. on Monday, and gave, the ,ADV OATJa to-date clothing has never' been seen on 1st and 7th pages
Is
$1.00 six months, ,. Mr. Oeo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, was The famous Manhattan Shirt nOw
oflloe a pleasant call. the East Coast before and 1 it will\ PllY '
.OO per an. to foreign countries.J2T before nominated for Justice of the I'eaoe at here When yon; buy the Manhatti Co!. W. G. Winnns, formerly of TIt
them buy.
call and examine
-Miss A. B. MaoAlester of Washing. you to the late prl"ary-maklng his secoi you have a shirt that will fit yon perfe bala and Titusvllle, U now greeting a
Reading notice ads. are ten cent el.ohere.Vlth such a variety 01 ,
ton the of Mrs. Geo. M. Ing has friends at the Travel
Ga, was guest ly every where. This shirt 'neyor number of his old
line on this pa< pec: clothing to select from, there Is no
Robbins from Saturday until Sunday; been sold In this County before now' ers' !hotel, Jacksonville, where he holds: r
When you subscribe for the ADVCDATH when she left for Eau GaBle of your sending away for what you w"nt. -Mrs. W G. Paterson, of Coco; and we guarantee them. the position of room clerk. '
the It does not cost have the kind to suit and Monda .
: by year, you We right you was a southbound passenger; on ; of Knox nata
lace cents per week, postage Included. .-Mr. C. N. Patterson, one of our the prices are right. She had been spending summer; An elegant assortment Take note of the New Hotel Carleton-

Tat EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is 01 valued Baltimore subscribers, was I In We also have on hand a big stock <01 Indian Springs, Ga. now on hand and the Stetson Hat ox- art on our 7th page This J* one of
These two
ale at the following news-standa, at fir town on Saturday, en route tq various fashionable Stetson hats, In all',shape pelted by every freight. Melbourne' new and up-to-dato hotels,
: south as far as Palm Beach and NEVER IN OUR IIISTORY grades are the finest) In America, 'e.erl bountiful view of
Dents per copy points size\ and colors. We guarantee them 1 to and It commands a
TltusvUle-Red Cross Pharmacy. Were we so well equipped to lIupply one knows. '
Miami. latest Indian River, The Carleton Is managed,
be the styles.
Jacksonville-P\ival hotel. very your wants In the Furniture Lin E. A W. Collars the "linen for gentlemen i {
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There Is a schooner and equlpmet As to Shoes we have just what you by Robertson A; Ferguson.
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our Note paper date or of wrapper expiration every printed week.: upon This for sale at auction tomorrow (Saturday) need. Our .took Includes the celebrate d J.We R.save Walker you money" Co., Titusvllle, Fla. Just, are received here,In the all dneitt sices.line of Neckwear Hotel l Palms, West Palm Bench ha ;,

/ need at 11a.m. The sale will take place on Hanan and Douglass make, which bave this ''by
No summer
Is a receipt 'for your money. ever shown In the state of Florid'. been much Improved
lor us to send receipt for subscription. the beach, at Palm Beach. Read the a world-wide reputation. Call or lIend .-Mrs. II. S. Williams and daugbteMUs +r, To our Ties Is to want them the owners, )fr. and Mrs. Stowers and

he date /gives I it to you. ad. on our 8th page. us your order.: We want to please yo Myra of Rookledgo; who have ootln "Mother's see Friend" Shirt Waists for 'next week the hotel will be ready for

sale at the Red and we can do It.JULIUS. to the World's Fair and other place tbe hotel .thoroughly renovated
-ADVOCATES for With
-Mr. Chas. H. Nauman, a well-know) little men. Nothing like them for good guests.
here route
ross Pharmacy? Titusvllle. resident of the Haulover, left for Si. KLINK, passed through Tuesday, en wear, and a /good table, 'we predict. a

-Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet, of Indlanola,, Augustine on Tuesday lIe was escorting ,. Titusvllle Fla. home. Oar Stock: Is New, and we know tin' good season. for the Palms.Mr .

his to Alicia hospital to< -Mr. Otis Cureton, a popular me- be Injured by buying from
ras In town on Monday.Dr. ; daughter you cannot J. D. Price, one of the popular
receive medical treatment -Mrs. !MoNeal of New Smyrna spec ebantofEden, was southbound p"s. us. Call and nee our stock, or write uiPKNNHY of Hotel Ormond FI,.., and
E. E. Rollins made a profession a couple of days wltb Mrs. Amy A. !Monroe enter on Sunday en route home, afti &: BHA.MMNO, managers Washington
and Mount
Mount Pleasant
the
I visit to Sebastian on Wednesday.Born -Mrs.\ Decker, former resident of In South Titusvllle, the end of last pending two weeks at the St. Louis Er: Titusvllle Fla.
n
Titusvllle, but now of West Palm Beach, hotel, White Mountains, N. ;
to Mr. and Mrs. W. P.. Giles. week. position house- 4
Is at kU palatial apartment
has been In town several days vllllLinlCher for now A i
ff TltusviIle, on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd,, son'; Mr. T. N. Decker. Her man; -Judge A. D. Penney went to Fort -Senator Blltoli, of Montbrook. Fla., -If you are looms orange or Die tton Hall-on Sflth and 86th streets

|004, a daughter.Mrs. ; friends were pleased to see her 'In town Pleioe on Tuesday to be Initiated Into State Inspector Convicts was In T= grapefruit grove, read tbe ad. on our ISth New York, where he Is doing an excel.

M. S. Jones, Jr., and little son, again. the-- mysteries of the Woodmen of the tusvllle on MondayandTuesdayinepec,, page. lent business Mr. and Mrs. Price'how

a Inor, who have been In town for some -Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Goodall and World-a flourishing; secret order. ting the turpentine camps around Titus- -Mr. Wm. lessor and Mr. Tre D. ever, will\ soon be l II" Ormond, out of the

Ime past, left for home on Tuesday ion, Hon. Ernest Goodall, arrived orMonday -Mrs. C. A. Robinson who bas been ripe Feaster left TltusviIle, Thursday afternoon cold weather

-Mrs- K. B. Raulirson of fort Pierce,, afternoon from !Sanford: Maine, on a trip to the World's Fair St. Iouill. Little Miss Dorothy Budge who hi for St. Augustine, Jnoksonvlll !(r. Wm. J. Fleming, who held the

vos In town from Saturday until Men' and have opened up their beautiful wall a passenger on the Sunday afternoo spent the past month with her aunt MnF. and other points.Mr. position of chief clerk at the Manhan-

lay, the guest of Judge and Mrs. A. D. home on the Halifax river.-Haltfai southbound train, en route to her home Blake Walker, of Jacksonville, was i a -: and Mr '1'. P Bowes. left Ttusvllle sett house, Shelter Island, N. Y.,' under

Penney.f' Journal.Mr. at Eden. southbound passenger; Sunday en rout Wednesday for a few days with Mr. Robt. Murray, and who was recently -

-The TltiiSTllIe-. Qrcbestra left here -Do you need a horse, mule buggy to her home at Miami. the parents of the former at Oak Hill, I married to Miss Williams, a charming
E. third' vlce-presl
J. Ingraham
looday afternoon to play for the or harness ? If you do, C. A. Dupoat, DO YOU WantA before going to some point south I sod popular young belle of Macon\ Oa.,
!dent of the F. E. C. Railway, accompanied
Hallowe'en ball at Cocoa, which took I by Mrs. Ingraham and Mlsi of Hastings, Is bidding for a share of suit of clothes, a hat shirts, neckwear -Mrs. Margaret-Goode and1 Mrs. I,. 0, : will again be on the olDoe staff of Hotel
patronage on our 8th page. Readthe of In Men's Wear I P I'onoe[ de Leon, St. Augustine, the coning -
your anything
lace that ulghh Bessie Fraser, of St. Augustine, were I Moore who have been spending/ seven friends
his hope
and
R. WALKER A CO., I passengers on Friday's southbound train,, ad.Mrs. The plade to buy It Is at weeks In Asbevllle, N. C., will return io tender season him; hearty many congratulations. '

Are showing the most downtodateline en route to Palm Beach and Miami. C. F. Cone of Benton, Fla.,, J, R. Walker Co.'s Tltnsvllle, Fla. to their respective homes at 'Melbouremnd

of Dry Goods Trimmings, .Etc.,, I of CashleiBrannlng who bad been visiting her daughter,, Archdeacon B. F. Drown and wile| Roseland on Sunday The following hotels and boarding;
-Mrs. W. S. Brannlng wife Monroe of this lousas are and ready to receive
open
Mrs. :A. A. place, was
ever shown In Titusvllle. eturned from St. Augustine on Toes- -Miss C. B. Moore, after enjoying i a
I left on Tuesday morning'searly suddenly called home Saturday last,, {ruesti, as will be seen by the displayuls.
Jr. former lay, where they have been some time, two weeks' visit at the Humbler Cottage
-Mr. R. P. Paddlson, a train for Mlddleburg, Fla., to 7th
I owing to the Illness of Mr. Cone. on our pugeijAOKHONVtLI.il
much better In Mrs.
popular resident of TUusville, but now i witness the marriage; of her sister, Miss While health ritusvllle left for the home of, her par. !.

t>f West Palm Beach, was the guest olir Ethel Chalker, to Mr. Cramer B. Potter, -Mr. J. C. Little, secretary and tress Brown is not quite well yet. rats at Merrttt yesterday. afternoon. Jllly j hotel ,

and Mrs..Geo. M. Eo' bIns, of South I which took place Wednesday November' urer of the Consolidated Naval Store., -:Mrs. Henry Egger and children, whi Moore made quite number of frlendi Windsor Duval hotel.Arngon ,
.
Co., of Jacksonville, has been In Titus. while liere.A .
ritusvllle, on Sunday last. nd! 1004.Mr. lave been spending the summer with hotel.Westmoreland.

-Mr. E. II. Baggett and Mr. B. J.trlo1dand. A* R Glad win, one of the best after illle several the days this Interests week looking In thliTake \Irs. Egger's sister In Opellka Ala., pass. force' of men were at work on hotel .

,, of the F. E. C. Ry. Co.,, known fisherman who visits the East .....on. turpentine ed through TltusviIle on Sunday last, ei botb the city wharf and the railroad New Travelers hotel.

era guests; at the Indian River Hotel COllie every winter arrived In TltusvtlUresterday outs to their home at Miami. They wharf, the.first of this weeek, repairing New Wlndle hotel.

aturday and Sunday last, leaving on and Is stopping with Mr. S., note of the ad. of the Geo. H, were accompanied by Mr. Henry Egger,, hem. The city. wharf will be greatly Wolfe'. European hotel.

Sunday night's train for Rockledge. f. Gladwln. his brother. After show Fernald Co., Sanford Fla., on our 8th rho met them In Jacksonville. mproved by the placing of steel rails Hotel >eSoto. '

M. S. Jones Judge A. D. Pen- Ing the people here 'what' he can do with page Nothing like advertising If you ''HE NOVELTY STORE, TltusvllU for tbe car, and a railing on the north SKABREEZB.: ,
Judge ,
be 'will to Miami to want to do business. The above firm U novelties stationery .Ide.
friends the: rod-and-reel go carries a nice line of The Seaside Inn,
and of were guests
bey a party
U the Sembler Cottage on Monday. surprise the natives with his fish hauls. bidding AoveoATB for share columns.of your trade throughthe pictures, fancy dishes, candles -Miss .,4111fe.fay Gould and brother,, TITUSVILLE,

he Sembler Cottage Is getting; to be If MILLINERY toys, etc Band 10 cent counters. [11.12! (taster Marcus Gould formerly of TI. The Bembler Cottage.

ulte a popular stopping place with the We have never had such a line to tVUEN YOU WISII TO DRIVE, cal -Mr. T. T. Reese, of Palm Beach, nsvllle, but now of St. Augustine. MKLBOUMKB.Tew .

he traveling public.Mr. select from as now. Every pattern- upon the TitusTllle Livery at rear of I rho has been out West with Mr. Brady pent from Friday 'till Monday visiting Hotel Carleton.
ready-to.wear Hat Robblns' law office, for a stylish, up- rlends |In the city Miss Willie May .... '
Shape -
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and Mrs. S. B. Rathbun and every every > of Chicago, on an extensive huntingrip
_Is down to the minute. Prices are to-date rig. Leave your order for I was accompanied by two young" ladyriends
relatives of Mrs.. was among Tuesday's southbound Wanted Icy a Hotel Clerk.
Miss Grace ,
laughter ,
,
reasonable. See them J. R. all kinds of double and single hauling I of the Ancient City .
1. A. ScrimReour, who spent a part of so very Feed and sale stable a specialty assengers on his way home Mr. Rees -
be In Titus- Walker Tltuevllle.Capt. sported having had a glorious trip wltb 'A la hotel South Florida
last winter here; will soon J. M. OSBAN, Titusvllle Fla. Judge M. 6. Jones and wife and position in

Ille. They hall from llammon'daport J. M Laflln, of New 'York, Mr. Bradley, who Is a large property I tins Annie Jones expect to leave here bree year experience on East Coast.

?. Y.. and recently bought Mrs. Scrim arrived at the Sembler Cottage on Satur- -Mr, Robt. Benson formerly one olntveville's woer at I'alm Beach, as well as an en- ou' week for Demand where Miss. Ante Dell' of reference. (proprietor of this pa-

Bour's cottage on Hopkins street. lay night, and Is now getting his honse- prominent lu mber merchants,. tiutlastlo hunter.Mr.Larson will become A student at Stetson per Included). Address

oat Rose tfarie. In readiness for arulse. who now resides In St. Augustine was left St. Augustine last rDiversity. Daring the time Miss Ante IIJ.U "W. C. r.," this Office.
YOU SEEN THE Catalogue of the callers at this
AVE pleasant
among '
Capt. Jack's many friends are Friday night for Chicago to enter upon will be at the University, Judge andtrs. '
the Improved Smalley Marine Engine fflcelhe first of the week. Mr. Ranson lerl'
Hotel
will remain In DeLand.Mr. A8rtt. Manager or
sways pleased to see him In Tltusvtlle. bl Is duties in the capacity of North Jones *
If not, send for one to I.. E. Boetrom, bad just returned here from an enjoyable
.10( -7 !ifr. Herman Naethtng, of New York his H. extern agent for the Florida East Coast and Ir.. W, W. Ford of Jackmvllle -
Ormond, Fla. islt with father-In law, 'Capt. With excellent references, want a s
rill soon be here to do a little duck Railway, Hotel System and Model Land
Wilson, a well-known orange grower ofdoaveral. were In town a short while the winter. I an ex:
South for *
from asltlon
-Mr. A. K. Wilson came up will
hooting Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng; 'ompany. The office Is located at 130
|ort Pierce on Sunday last and joined ome south after his brother returns.Mr. ) dams street, says tbe St. Augustine )esterday en route to West Palm Beach. silent typist. Address. a

[>Is wife and little daughter, who baden New Books, Bibles, Pencils, Glass record Mr. Larson has for many years Mr. Ford was a former manager of the G. EMEHAOM Donor
and Mrs. E. M. Ilolmsn of Worcester Florida Ostrich Farm at Jacksonville, Ml: Columbus Ave.
,
and Mrs. Harry -
visiting Mr. Tumblera. a. y. w. LOc oz. Sanitary been associated with the Model Land
will leave for Titusvllle and Is anxious to locate In pads county .
lIan. of this' place. Their friends Mans., Fleeced Underwear ".00 salt. Slickers ompany at Its bead office and Is thor- tf Boston Moss.Fine

. ,vere-glad to see them in town again. on> the let of January accompanied by Ml Coats and Pant., Diamond Dyes ughly familiar with every detail of the for> the-winter. '

fr. and Mrs. Wilson and daughter left )ir, and Mrs. Frank Price of Crescent Camphor, VaaeflneGuitar Violin,Banjo utles he now assumes. His promotion -Rev, J. N. Mulford and wife, of 1"l'olJerty For Bale

afternoon.Mr. 'ark, RI I. They will stay In Titusvllle aratoga N. Y., were passengers on -
or home on Monday trings. I., a deserved compliment to his ability each
I IJ'URNITURE.
for... couple) of week's to l hint, and siterday's southbound train, en route Two nice cottage adjoining
W. H. Gregg; Sr., of JSt. Louis hen go to St. Petersburg for a- few DRY GOOES, rHOES.IMA and past services While Mr. Larson'sfriends to Palm Beach for the winter. Mr.tnlford other In North Titusvllle,'with an acre:

Jo., writes us he has gone to New reeks' fishing. The rest of the time .: *. A. GARDXEU. TitusvilleYla. regret his departure. they Mrs.are )(;;! Is rector of the Palm Beach of hammock and the acres of rich muck ;

myrna. Mr. Gregg; Is the author of will be spent at Palm Beach.- letter Igbly gratified at his. promotion. plscopal church, and he and his wife laod, suitable for truck farm. Good 1'

Where When and How to Catch Fish to this office from Mr. Hoi man, saysbey Furnished Cottages For ICent. arson and ehlld/ea will follow Mr. Lar bae abOtt!! of friends oa Lake Worth. river front. The larger cottage hoe three

f>n the East Coast of Forlda." The have had snow In Worcester. aon to Chicago In tbe spring, seplng rooms and a servant's room up
VDVOCATB follows to New Smyrna. )[r. -" *' .DDITIOVAL LOCAL will be foundon .talr.1; and parlor, sitting room dining

5regg will soon sail southwards on his Three neatly furnished cottages at Dissolution of rartnernlilp. our 8th, page.CJroccrle room and kitchen below The adjoin-
Dentistry. : Indian River Fla., for rent .-
acht Orion. au Gallle I log I cottage bas two sleeping room and r rroof.
( ,I ?100.00 each for the winter season. The partnership existing between W. *, Fruit, I:tc. room in second' story, Jaadftlng

the Dentist has gone to hey contain four rooms each; stand Walker and bas this dar and kitchenlow.
This May:: Suit You. Dr. Feiget A. Brady ; room, dining room
week. after which sigh from the ground and command a dissolved If want good, fresh Staple and
Fort Pierce for three beeD by Mutual consent you Large brick cisterns to both
: Ime.he. will open his offic? In Titusvllle eaatlfnl view of Indian River FIne Signed 'W. K. WALKER, FaDe,. Groceries. Fruit etc.., at tbe very mses. Adapted for a nice winter.

In consquence of the owner's Inability Remember, be will be In Titnsvllle It tcatloct and congenial society Rare A, IluAnr. west prices, go to )me: '

,o return to 'Florida, the undersigned I three week., and be sure to see hilL bance.; For further particulars,addressJ. October 33th, loot 4',1; ,:1 w""n. WALKER'S: .t' Apply to GEO.: M. ROBBIES' '
offers/ for sale at a bargain, his brother'sbrange A. GILBERT, .r", Tltosvllle, Fla. / Titusvllle FU. "
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grove of ISO young, bearing Stove and Ilangea. tf Eau OallU, East Coast<< Fla. For Sale. ,.'., -" '
and grapefruit trees, and a two ., Dean 8eec1" Draylnir. ,
range : 1. : ,
Tory frame house; including five acres Cleaning and Pressing. Light draft schooner rigged yacht ,1.." ,3 ,
'a of O. K {
bf the fret vegetable land on Merrltfs Just received carload T with cabin, 35x10.: : 'tot price or further )"A Is time
Island, Indian River Fla., and two good; Stoves and Ranges. Now your I .formation. Geed Address 17 to. Meets all tram. Stove
address
and
All work done up-to-date. Call John i pence* '
For eta to ""
Veil. Will sell cheap. Write to to buy. prices, apply I JOCK Box No I. wood for sale at all times. ,
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Co. .
JAMBS PBITCIIABD A; Sow.TltusviIle ee me. ADd.Glbaoa, at the Parlor alt. or E.T, COJTBAD 4 .
J. A. GILBERT, Washington 1i-6t Fla. Troplo, Fla. E. n. HOLTEX. Titusvllle.
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VOL. 15. NO.11. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA, ,


Clothing. Shoes Etc. -Mr.. J. Mend and daughter, are At Penney & Drnnnlug'/4 AMONG THE HOTELS.
s S. LOCAL NEWS -Mr. Tom'Paine, of St. Lucie, was I a -
u again at home, after spending several
guest of Judge and Mrs. M S. Jones a You will find In clothing w
everything ; Is file at all the
: The AOVOCATR on
We have Just received an Iramenm months In New York.
a.m- And Topics of General YntereatTIIE' couple of days or so this week. that the mind could suggest or the best hotels In New York olty. y
consignment; of mer/s clothing-Kirch- l
-Born to M"r, and )lr.. E. C. Miller, heart desire. The finest grade of readymade ,
-Mr. John IT. Same, a prominent baum's noted make of tailor-made goods
N. Where to along the East Coast.
aftho residence of Mr. and !Mrs. T. at prices that will pleasantly stop
- ADVOCATE, orange grower of Indianola, was In town Such a big stock of fashionable and up- Decker, In TltusVllle>, a son. clothing See list of hotels and boarding house '.'

11.50 per annum In advance.. on Monday, and gave, the ADV CATII to-date clothing has never been seen oc surprise you. Island 7th
$1.00 six months, .' office a pleasant call. the East Coast before, and It will\ paj: -\Ir.! Oeo. F. Ensey, of Tropic, wa The famous Manhattan Shirt I* now on pages.

3.00 per an. to foreign countries.J3T" you to call and examine them before buying nominated for Justice of the Peace at here. When yon buy the Manhattan Cot. W. G. Wlnans, formerly of Tib-
Miss A. B. MaoAlester of Washing
Reading notice ads are ten cents elsewhere. With such a variety ol the late primary-making his secom you have a shirt that will fit yon perfect. bale and Titunvtlle, I.I now greeting a
ton Ga., was the guest of Mrs. Geo. M. everJ'wbere. This shirt has 'never friends at the Travel-.
per line on this pane.; term. : ly number of his old
select 'there Is need I
clothing to from, no
Robbins from until
D Saturday Sunday,, been sold in this County before now, era' hotel} Jacksonville, where he hold
When you subscribe for the ADVOOATK when she left for Eau Gallle. of your sending away for what you want -Mts. W. G. Paten, of Cocoa, '
by the It does not cost you and and we guarantee them. the position of room clerk, ,
year We have the right kind to suit you was a southbound passenger on Monday,
three cents per week, postage Included. .-Mr. C. N. Patterson, one of our An elegant assortment of Knox Hats
Carleton
the prices are right. She had been spending-tho summer Tuko note of the New Hotel ,
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE lion valued Baltimore subscribers, was In We also have on band a big stock ol' Indian Springs, Ga. now on band, and the Stetson Hat' ex- ad. on our 7th page Thl t.\ one of e

sale at the following news-stands, at five town on Saturday, en route tq various fashionable Stetson hats, in all'shapts, pelted by every freight. Those two Melbourne'* new anti up-to-dato hotels,
cents per copy : points south, as far as Palm Beach and NEVER IN OUR HISTORY grade are the finest In Amedoa, 'every of
them boiiuttful
sizes and colors. We guarantee; to and It commands a view
Titusvillo-Red Cross Pharmacy. Miami. Were we so well equipped to supplj, one knows.E. .
Jacksonville Duval hotel. be the very latest styles. Indian River The Carleton I I. managed
f wants In the Furniture Line A W. Collars the "linen for gentle
IOD There Is a schooner and equipmentfor As to Shoes, we have Just what you your by Robertson A Ferguson
Note date of expiration printed upon We save you money. men," are here In all .11 e..
took Includes the celebrated
need. Our
sale at auction to-morrow (Saturday)
your paper or wrapper every week. This J. R. Walker& Co., Tltnyvllle, Fla. Just received, the (nest line of Noclc- Hotel Palms, West Palm Beach, ha t
-for No need at 11 a. m. The sale will take place on Hunan and Douglass make, which have '
- Is a receipt yoMr money. much this summer by
shown In the state of Florida.To been Improved
for us to send'receipt for subscription., the beach, at Palm Beach. Read the a world-wide reputation. Call or send ,-Mrs. II. 8. Williams and daughter wear ever and
Ties lit I to want them. the owners, Mr. and Mrs. Stower,
[ The date gives; It to you. ad. on our 8th page. ns your order.: We want to pleuae you Miss Myra, of Kookledge, who have beer, "Motliei's see our Friend" Shirt WaIsts for next week the hotel will be ready for

and do It.JULIUS. to the World's Fair and other places,
the Red we can
ADVOCATES for sale at
: -Mr. Chas. II. Nauman, a well-known little men. Nothing like them for good guests.. With the hotel .thoroughly renovated

''Cross, Pharmacy. Tltnsvllle. resident of the Haulover left for St. KLINE:, passed through here, Tuesday, en route : wear and a good table, we predict. a '

-Mr. D. St. Clair Nisbet, of Indlanola, Augustine on Tuesday. lIe was. escortIng '- Tltuavlllo, Fla. home. Our Stock is New, and we know that /good season for the Palms.

was In town on Monday.Dr. his daughter to Alicia hospital to -Mr.' Otis Cureton, a popular merchant you cannot be Injured by buying fromus. Mr, J. D. Price, one of the popular

receive medical treatment. -Mrs. MoNealof New Smyrna, spenta of Eden, was .a southbound passenger Call and see our stock, or write us. of Hotel Ormond Fla., and t
E. E. ;Rollins made a profession managers,: 1
couple of days with Mrs.: Amy A. Monroe on Sunday, en route home, after
Decker resident of PJCNMCY: & BHANMINO, Pleasant and Mount Washington
al visit to Sebastian on Wednesday.Born -Mrs. a former the Mount
in South Titusville, the end of lust spending two weeks at the St. Louis Ex Fla.
Titusville, but now of West Palm Beach, i Titusville, hotels, Whit. Mountains, N, H.,
' to Mr. and Mrs. W. p. Giles, week. position. ,
62., i
has been In town several days, visiting I I. now at his palatial apartment house

,of Titusville, on Wednesday, Nov. 2nd, her son; Mr. T. N. Decker. Her many -Judge A. D. Penney went to Fort -Senator Blitch,of Montbrook. Fla., -If you are looking for an orange or Dretton Hall-on $Eth and 80th street,,

- lOOt, a daughter.Mrs. friends were pleased to see her In town Pierce on Tuf' Ivy, to be Initiated) Into State Inspector of Convicts, was In Tl'-::: grapefruit grove, read the ad. on our 6th New York, where he I la doing an excellent .'

M. S. Jones, Jr., and little son, again. the mysteries of the Woodmen of the tusvllle on Monday and.Tuesday, lnspeo< page. business Mr and Mr. Prloe'how. "

Minor, who have been In town for sometime -Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ooodall and World-a .flourishing secret order. ting the turpentine camps around Titus "",:Mr.. Wm., Messer and Mr. Tress D. ever, will soon be Ormond, out of the ,

past left for homo on Tuesday. son, Hum. Ernest Goodall arrived on -Mrs. C. A. Robinson who has beeu vllle. Feaster left Titusville' Thursday afternoon cold weather

i. -Mrs. K. B. Raulirson, of Fort Pierce, Monday afternoon from Sanford, Maine, on a trip to the World's Fair, St. Louis, Little Miss Dorothy Budge, whohai for St. Augustine, Jacksonvilleand Mr Wm. J. Fleming, who held the

was In town from Saturday until Monday and have 'opened up their beautiful walt a passenger/ on the Sunday afternoon spent the pant month with her aunt Mrs other points position of chief clerk' the Manhanett ,

the guest of Judge and Mrs. A. D. home on the Halifax river.-Halifax southbound train, en route to her home T. Blake Walker, of Jacksonville, was *. -Mr. and Mr* 'I'. P. Howes left Ti. house, Shelter Island, N. ,Y., under

Penney. Journal.Mr. at Eden. southbound passenger/ Sunday en rout) tusville Wednesday for a few days with Mr. Robt. Murray, and who was recent +

-The Titusville.- Orchestra left here J E. third vice-presi -Do you need a horse, mule, buggy to her home at Miami. 1 the parents of the former at Oak Hill, ly married to Miss Williams, a charming
Ingraham,
rs Monday afternoon to play for the dent of the F. E. C. Railway, accompanied or harness If you do, C. A. Dupont, DO YOU WantA before going to some point south and popular young belle of Macon, Ga.,

Hallowe'en ball at Cocoa, which took by Mrs. lagrahatn and Miss of Hastings, Is bidding for a share of suit of clothes a hat, shirts, neckwear -lou. Margaret-Ooode and Mrs. T.. C. will again be on the office staff of Hotel /

that your patronage on our 8th page. Rend of anything In Men' Wear f Ponoe de Leon, St. Augustine, the coming
. place night.J. Bessie Frazer of St. Augustine, were Moore who have been spending several
the season; and his many friend hope 1
- R. WALKER'' & CO., passengers on Friday's southbound train, ad.Mrs. The plaie to buy It'Is at weeks In Asbevllle, N. C., will returnto to tender !him hearty congratulation 1

Are showing the most downtodateline en route to Palm Beach and Miami. C. F, Cone, of Benton, Fla., J. R. Walker A Co. *'Titusville, Fla. their respective homes at Melbourene

1 of ,Dry Goods, Trimmiag..Eto., who had been visiting her daughter, Archdeacon B. F. Brown and wife and Roseland on Sunday. The following hotels and boardinghouse i
1J wife of Cashier
-Mrs. W. S. Brannlng, Monroe of this l are and ready to receive
Mrs A.
J :A. place, was open
shown In Titusville.Mr.
ever left returned from St. Augustine on Tuesday -Miss O. B, Moore, after enjoying a
Tuesday morning'searly
Brannlng, on will be by the display
suddenly called home, Saturday lust, guests, as seen
Paddison Jr. a former Fla. where they have been some time. two weeks' visit at the Sembler Cottage,
1I R. P. train for Mlddleburg, to owing to the Illness of Mr. Cone. ds.. on our 7th page: d dJACB.ONVILLIt.
popular resident of Titusville, but now witness the marriage of her sister, Miss 1 While muck better In health, Mrs. Titusville, left for the home of, her par

I of West Palm Beach was the guest of Ethel Chalker, to Mr. Cramer B. Potter, -Mr. J. C. Little, secretary and trens- Brown Is not quite welt yet. eats at Merrltt yesterday. afternoon. Ml** hotel :. "I

Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins\ of South which took place Wednesday, November urer of the Consolidated Naval StoresCo. -Mrs. Henry Egger and children, who Moore made quite a number of friend Duval Windsor hotel ':
of Jacksonville has been In Titus
Sunday last 2nd while hero
Titusville 1904. the with
on have been spending summer
botel.Westmoreland.
i
ville several this week Aragon
( -Mr. E. 11. Baggett and Mr. B. J. -Mr. A* R. Glad win, one of the best after the turpentine days Interests, looking In this :Mrs Egger's sister In Opellka,Ala, passed -A force of men were at work on hotel. ''J

Strickland, of the F. E. C. Ry. Co., known fisherman who visits the East ......on. through Titusville on Sunday last, en both the city wharf and the railroad New Traveler hotel

( were guests at the Indian flyer Hotel Coast every winter, arrived In Titusville route to their home at Miami. They wharf, thefirst, of this weeek, repairingthem. New Windle botel. 1

Saturday and Sunday last, leaving on yesterday, and Is stopping with Mr. S. Take note of the ad. of the Geo II. were accompanied by )lr. Henry Egger The city wharf will be greatly Wolfe'. European hotel.Ifotelpekioto .j t

Sunday'night's train for Rockledge. N. Gladwln. his brother. After showIng Fernald Co., Sanford, Fla., on our 8th who met them In Jacksonville. Improved by the placing of steel rail .

1 Judge M. S. Jones, Judge A. D. Penney the peop\e\ here what he can do with i page. Nothing like advertising If you THE NOVELTY STORE, Titusville for! the car, and. a railing on the north SBABHEBZK. ,, ':
want to do business. The above firm Is
rod-and-reel he will to Miami to of novelties stationery side.
the go carries a nice line The Seaside Inn. .
friends
of were guestsat
and
- the Sembler a party Cottage on Monday. surprise the natives with his fish hauls. bidding for share of your trade through picture, fancy dishes. candles, -Miss Willie May Gould and brother, TiruitVlLLK. I "
the ADV CATE columns.WHEN .
The Sembler Cottage Is getting to be MILLINERY toys, eta !Sand 10 cent counter [1-12 Master Marcos Gould, formerly of TI. The Sembler Cottage.

quite a popular stopping place with the 'We have never had such a line to YOU WISH TO DRIVE, call -Mr. T. T. Reese, of Palm Beach, tusvllle, but now of St. Augustine, M XLnOURIUI. ':
the Titusville Livery, at rear of from Friday 'till Monday visiting'riends
the traveling public. select from as now. Every pattern- upon spent
who has been out West with Mr. Bradley few Hotel Carleton. .
: Robblns' law office for a stylish Miss Willie May
ready-to.wear Hat up- In the city. ,
Shape-
Rathbun and every every of Chicago, on an extensive hunting
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. ,
to-date Leave order for
the minute. Prices are rig. your was accompanied by two young/ lady
Is down to
relatives of Mrs.M. trip, wa among Tuesday's southbound Wanted by a Hotel Clerk.'A I1 I-
Miss Grace
daughter \ ,
reasonable. See them. J. R. all kinds of double and single hauling. friend of the Ancient City.
so very his home Mr Reese _
A. Scrlmgeour, who spent a part of Feed and sale stable a specialty passengers, on way
last winter here, will soon be In Titus Walker, Titusville. J. M. OSBAHT: Titusville Fla reported having had a glorious trip with Judge M. S. Jones and wife and position In botel in South Florida.. 'i

ville. They ball from Ilammondsport, -Capt. J. M. Laflln, of New York, )Mr Bradley, who Is a large property )Hiss Annie Jones expect to leave here Three year experience on East Coast. '

N. Y., and recently bought }Ir.. Scrlm- arrived at the Sembler Cottage on Saturday -Mr, Robt. Ranson, formerly one of owner at Palm Beach, a* well a* an enthusiastic next week for DeLand, where Miss Annie lest of reference (proprietor of this pa \

geour's cottage on Hopkins street. night, and Is now getting his houseboat -Iltssvlile'sprominent lumber merchants, hunter. I will become a student at StetsonUniversity. per Included). Address, ,}
who now resides In St. Augustine, was Daring the time Miss Annie 1.U "W C. F., this Office.Aunt. .
Rose Marie, tn readiness for a -Mr.-Laraon left St. Augustine last
HAVE YOU SEEN THE Catalogue of the pleasant callers at this
among and
beat the University Judge
I will ,
cruise. Capt. Jack's many friends are Friday night for Chicago to enter upon" '
Smalley Marine Engine? office the first of the week. Mr. Ranion Hotel Clerk
the
Improved ,
Mrs. Jones will remain In/ DeLand.Mr. Manager or
always pleased to see him In Titusville. his duties In the capacity of Northwestern
If not, send for one to I*. E. Bostrom, had just returned here from an enjoyable -
Herman Naethlng, of New York, agent for the Florida East Coast
Ormond Fla. .10-7 Mr. visit with his father-In.law, "Capt. H. and Mrs. W. W. Ford of Jacksonville With excellent reference, want a f t b '
do little duck Model Land
and
will soon be here to a Railway, Hotel System
Wilson, a well-known orange grower of were In town a short while South for the winter. Is an ex.
-Mr. A. K. Wilson came up from shooting. Mr. Chas. F. Naethlng will Company. The office Is located at 130 West Palm Beach. position
Caina veral. yesterday en route to y
Fort Pierce on Sunday last, and joinedhis come south after his brother returns.Mr. Adams street says the St. Augustine of the csllent typist. Address, ?,
daughter, who had New Book.. Bibles Pencils' GlassFumbler. Mr. Ford was a former manager G. EMKHnotr' Boson:,
wife and little Record. Mr. Larson ha for many yearsbeen
and Mrs. E. at: Holman of Worcester Florida Ostrich Farm at' Jacksonville, :U1: Columbus Ave.,
and Mrs. Harry -
fiOc. Landompany
Model
been visiting Mr a. y. w. oz. Sanitary associated with the
Wilson, of this place. Their friends Maro., will leave for Titusville Fleeced Underwear $1,00 tit. Slickers, ) at Its bead office and Is thoroughly and I I. anxious to locate In Dade county tf Boston Mas

.-.-.-.rA..u1._ ...-.. to see them In town again.- on the let of January-, accompanied. by Oil Coats and Pants, Diamond Dyes, familiar with every detail of the for the'winter.Rev. .
left Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price of CrescentPark 'J. N. Mulford and wife, of Fine property For Sale,
Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and daughter Camohor... Vaseline* fliiltar Violin., Banjo duties he now assumes. III. promotion

for home on Monday afternoon.Mr. I Rf I. They will stay In Titusville Strings. 7, Is a deserved compliment to his ability Saratoga, X Y., were passenger on Two nice cottage adjolnjng each
''for" couple of week's .to l Bunt, and I yesterday's southbound train. en route
FURNITURE DRY QOOE9 8.IIOE3.CHAS. and past service While Mr Larson'sfriends with
other In North Tltiivllle, an acre
.
W. H. Gregg, Sr., of ,St. Louis, then go to St. Petersburg for a few to Palm Beach for the winter. Mr.
Mo., writes us he has gone to New weeks' fishing. The rest of the time ; A. GARDNER: Titusville, "Fla. regret/ his departure, they are Mulford\( Is rector of the Palm Beach of hammock and five acres of rich mack
lilgbly gratified at bin promotion. Mrs.LarlIOn Good '
for truck farm.
suitable
the author of Beach.' A letterto and he and his wife land,
Smyrna. Mr. Gregg Is will be spent at Palm Lar100 Episcopal church,
Mr.
and children will follow has three
"Where, When and How to Catch Fish this office from Mr. Holman, says Furnished Cottage For pent. bave a host of friend on Lake Worth.AJD1TION'A ; river front. The larger cottage
to Chicago In the spring servant'
steeping rooms and a room upstairs
the East Coast of Forlda. The had In Worcester.
on they have snow will be foundon
"* "" B" LOCAL)
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Mr. ; and a parlor, sitting room dining
",, ADVOCATE follows New Smyrna. his I Three neatly furnished cottage. at Dissolutions of Partnership. our 8th, page.Groceries. room and kitchen below The adjoining
southwards
Gregg will soon sail on Dentistry. Eau Gallle, Indian River, Fla., for rent cottage has two sleeping room and

yacht Orion. 100.00 each for the winter season. The partnership existing between W. Fruit I tc. servant' room In second' story Jam!'

You. Dr. Feigel the Dentist, haa gone to They contain four rooms each; stand R. Walker and A', Brady has this day' sitting room, dining room, and kitchen

This ]May Stilt Fort Pierce for three weeks, after which high from the ground and command a been dissolved by Mutual COOJ( ot. If you want good fresh Staple and below'' Large, brick cistern to both

beautiful view of Indian River. Fine : Fancy Groceries, Fruit etc., at the very nice winter
time he will open his offlcp in Titusville. Signed W. R. WALKEB, houses;:'. Adapted for a F

In con qu8nce of the owner's Inabilityto Remember, he will be In Titusville In location and congenial society. Rare A. BKAIHT. lowest. prices, go to .

return to 'Florida, the undersigned three weeks, and be sure to see him. chance. For further particulars,addressJ. October 25th,.1001 1 / '. Wr. It. WALKBB'S, home.r Apply to GKO. M. ROBBINS,

offers for sale, at a bargain his brot er's ; A. GILBERT, f :, Tltosvllle, Fla. I Tltusvllle Fla.. '

orange grove of 150 young, bearing; Stoves and Itanjjea. tf Ban Gallic East Coast, Fla. For'Sale. .

orange and grapefruit trees, and a t..oltory JBeau Seed" Draylng.; '

frame house; including five acres Cleaning and 1'renalng.. Light draft schooner rigged l yacht }
land Merrill's Just reo>Hv d, 'a carload of O. K. } bushel'. of Giant Strangles Braying or hauling of all) Inds prompt
of the flcest .vegeUble on TAll with cabin 35x10.: :For price or further A tfw '
1 1wood
Stove and Pange. Now: Is your; time attended to. Meet all train.. Stove
Island Indian River, Fla., and two good work done up-to-date. Call and Information address;;John pence,Good- bean send for sale. Address .'
For prices, etc., apply to sale at alt time*. .
Write to to buy. LOCK Box No. 1. for
wells. Will sell cheap. sir E. & Co. .
JAMK PBITCBABD A: SON.Titusville : see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor or TV CoRAr> HoLTarTituevii..
E. II.
;J. A. GILBERT, Fla. Tropic, Fla.1
Fla. Barber Shop: on Washington avenue. 'Jlt Daytona,
tf Eau Gallle, Fla.
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I Free and --- lag cbttj! ,sere of Kuman' history. Thai I who, recently returned from New Yorlri: Opaac R.'FLE: SHOOTING FEAT. I. GENERAL a..a DIRECTORY.'

she should have retained her
solidarity, I I If "CoullnUenry" Cures cold In 24 hours. Do
playfully remarked that a feel
Accepted Ma ons. her !genius and revived iis /a nation you ..d.... Farmer Mad .,<>* nit. u. 8. 8EN( TOR8.
v t1111j.\\\\ /' is at all anxious about the out* feverish one or two Opaao Tablets are None. J. P.Tallaferro.Ar'
show vitality so enormous, and MUnlnv < 'lInnvllYe
"j. n anintelligence I It just what need they tone the ,
yon
come of the coming cumpaigu: bajs np 8. K. Mallorjr feniuuxda
MO adaptable'and fertile not affected hill unusually robust appe system and drive out all feverish symptom Charles L. Baker a young farmer !I U. S. CONGRESSMEN.Robert .

No 1.: 90 that It In ImpoftHlble to entertain misgivings tite. To sustain thin! iiHHertion tbs *. Dont lake quinine; Opaao Is a living near Richmond Ind., bas be- W Davl".,Palatka.
Indian jtmtftl&!' j i & an to .her fntur Hut the ef- I tonlo which doeslatlng good come wonderfully expert with a rifle S. M. Bparkruan! ..?.. ..Tampa.
!I '" spt'nkf'rf'lltett on Incident In a hotel I Iapolls. I Wm. H. .. ...
Lamar. Montlot !
Is .small from Indian
a chocolate !
% frets of her past sufferings are still Opaao ooated says n special dispatch: .0
TltlliTnJ
/
River TjKjST* upon her In n certain nervousness andenllltln.neMIt where "Cousin Henry" *"-ns-a patron u tablor. and lit sold a>t 25 cents a box at In a recent contest at targetsbe U. 8. LANO OFFICE.H. .

rWFlorida. few days ago. the lied Cross'hal muoy,Tlcusvllle Fla. record of 2,02 H. Chubb,..... .. ........... ...ItPKtatur
Ix>dge. which result In episode It was about 8 o'clock when Mr. Davis made the unequalled W. G. Uolilnnou.." ... ... .",Receiver
Holds its meeting the nnond and fourth Fri. painful to tier admlre.ni. She Is taken the 'shots without 11 miss Charles U.Clawsou. Utflcell at Gainesville, Florida.
aud his friend entered dining
way of oaoh mouth, a" their room Indian Hirer With unreasoning fears and these lend] The balloon sleeve Is to.'return. Perhaps lllcuurd Bfitelle! and throe I FLORIDA LKOISLATU11K.R. !:,
their
Hotel,Titus tile It T 130 n'uluclc p.D.. room and proceed: to order
witnessed
T. H.aatidem. ., WorHliljiCilI/ Master to violence both of feeling:and of action breakfast. "C ((l5iu Henry" started oft an evolution of this fashion may other Rlrhinoud men who N. Dlinlck Palm .' .Senator
]1'.A. Morgan Senior' warden. which strikes the observer AS unworthy the exhibition 'jontly: made affidavit W. H.Jone", Titusville:
lead to the solution of the machine
sized flying
,) melon.
with two halves of a good ;
M. 8.H nm.Junior Warden.J. and the
and exaggerated. Two dlMslmllaf to the conditions of the tests EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
: very
M. Dixon Tr a..rer. Next be disposed of two helpings of problem. ...., ,. ....
J. K. Walker their rim in these \ results. Wm. Jennings,. ". ... ...flovoinor.
episodes having
J .Rliwk.'huplaln.: oatmeal followed( ( by an order of bluefish. and H. Clay: Crawford..... ,.....Secretary of 8tato
.0. nervous terrors especially un- Baker \11 appear W V. Knntt. Treasurer.'
rtouior Uaaonn. friend trail
V M
Taylor In the meantime his> A scientist that
Washington Rays cartridges were charged with ,Iani M. Itlttlelil. Attorneeneral'W.
R.M. Minm, Junior Dmoon.O. fortunate refer to the 'Affaire Drey.us' the.
Steward.A. been mincing with half of n small mel N, I'Iheata.' .., .. ...Bnpt.' Putllo Instruction
H. K"ol..r blonds fashion
A. Stewart Walton' Junior Steward. ( and tbe expulsion of the rellglou on.'lth a smile of sattefac- are disappearing Has smokeless! powder. The targets were H. K. McLIn .,. ...Coiuinisslouer AKrlcultun
V MMtouarM" Tyler. r orders. In tbe first case there was. a supreme decreed against the peroxide disks of wood three und" one-quarter Alonni. C. {' Comptroller. ,
F.: M.: Wooten: : :,Mu hd. tlon upon bin fnce Mr. I>avln )leanel J. Clitrord R. FpeterAdjutanNlenend.): I
fear of abnlract In the Inches in diameter und.tbrcequnrtersot
justice. secqnd back lit bin chair after pushing aside John Bradford, ,,. .,.8urve)or-ienetiil.
j a fear of religious liberty.; As a Catholic Catarrh Cannot be Cured an inch In thickness. Standing: I ItwentY.fh'e K. E. Rose, 'Fr: : Chew 1st.
the fish and said to the waiter : ,
plute ; Oflloe*at Tallahassee. .
ORDER OF KASTEHN STAB.FrloiidHhlp fromthe point! at
and n Liberal alike It In Inconceivable with Local, Application; R. they onnnot feet
Chapter, tin, II, hold Irs ml'ltUOKK to me that the highest Interest "Now .you may bring on the break teach (the seat of the disease. Catarrh Isa which tho disks were thrown Into. the SUPREME COliUT JUDGES
In the Mawmlo xxlffo room, Tltugrllle, on tne fast. disease aud () There were M.iii. Mabry...Chief Justice.
constitutional! 2.000.
j I tint and' third Tuesdays. In each mouth at T 1:11': of any nutton can ever be served by the His breakfast consisted of a small blond or air Baker punctured 11'. B. Carter: ., .. .. .'8OCIIate Justice.:
j 1'. m. The following are the ofllcers ot the repudiation of such fundamental principled In order to cure It you must t.oke in- no more wooden disks, and green wal It.I".T..rlur.... .. .. .... .......: ..
Chapter: beefsteak, frle.l eggs: with bacon, domestic terunl remedies. Hall' Catarrh CureIs the.range weresubetltnteft
social nuts gathered near
of existence and of
Mrs.M. A. W. M. prog fried rolls and two RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS
Bnrlmffmmr: potatoes taken Internally and ants directly on : after
F.A. Morgan, W. P. ress. Such repudiation like all othet Flail'sCatarrh He nitoned only, Jefferson K. Browne, chairman. Key Went.
of coffee, topped off with heap tbe blood and surfaces
Zancfie: cups a mucous hit. }Itu .little
MlH I tttewart, AmioalaM III, twenty-four walnuts hud been R. .on Burr/ Itlver.
artificial
Mrr H. It. Wilson, Secretary recourse to and arbitrary remedies ing plate of griddle cakes Cure I Is not a quack medicine. ; J.M.Hryan,.. "' tuee.
John M. Dlxnn Tr aniirer.MIHS suggests! a lack of faith In her It Wall prescribed by one of the bent It. O. Dunn clerk. ... Madlmm.
Kate Htawart ComlnatreHi. self and In her splendid destiny which Cure tfliyMclaDS. In this count*? for years, and Opnac Headquarter! and ofiioes at Tallabagn! FI....

Mre..J.Mrs.J, Kllno It. Walker ASHodnUt Ruth.Mn .Con might be alarming did one not remember A O For Piles.t and In s regular preacrlptlon. It Is pom Cares a cold In 24 hours. If yon have CIRCUIT; COURT.

Oen, W. Hooliln, Ads that she still bears tbe scars ol Itching; Blind Bleeding or protruding pOKed of the best tonics jkuown, com- La hippo cold, neuralgia or headache, Minor S. .ronea TltnevilleCircuittudge' ,
Mr*.J. It Carruthur Martha. bleed with the best blood puiiflers.. noting a few Opaao tablets will cure you to J. U. haggle!!! Orlando..1'rceecutingAttnney.
the tremendous adventures of the Inter riles. refund If PAZO
Mr Ooo. M. Robbins, Esther Druggists money tonicbetter fllrhJI'Jorm-Follnh; Monday In March
Mr*. 11'. A. ]Mnriran Marshal: years of theeighteenth and nearly the OINTMENT fails to cure nay case, no directly on the mucous surfaces. stay cured They are a great ana FaU 'erm-F..urth IItouday In October
MlH Aleph MlniH, Kleota.V. The perfect combination of tbe two than Quinine or Morphine
whole of the nineteenth list matter how long standing In 6 fO1.t BREVARD COVlftTY COURT.
.
II. Walton War "' century Is what produces such do not affect the heart. Price, 23: cents.
Mr*.T. T. Wotniore, ftuntlnel. convalescence must of necessity belong days. First application gives ease and ingredients Sold at the Red Cross Pbal mncy, A. D..F nnev.\..County Jmlge.
J. L. Carrntlicm Chalhln. rest /r 0c. If your Druggist ba ntt It wooderfnl results In curing Catarrh. _. D. I,,OaiilcJen.Prosecuting Attorney.
__m __ but here are surely already send (JOo. In stamps and It will be forwarded Send for testimonials free 't --. A. A 8t. .. County Horn,
signs that her restoration to health wilt I'arls Medicine Co. F. J. CHENET: & CO. Toledo, SprbtgTerut! =SecOMuruey in May
postpaid by props., Hummer Term-Second Alonuuy la Angunt,
( be complete and lasting. There are St. LOuis, Mo. 'Ohio. Fall 'l'erll1-8ecolld Monday In Kovnmier,
A AILW p OnpIl perhaps nations In Europe whom we 2T SoM by Druggist, price 72 cents. Winter '1"orm--8oooll.IJlIoud"y in February.

W 'could do without.; but France very Servanta.Mrs. COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
lJ\'i The War With Hall's Family Pills are tbe best TAKE
certainly Is not among these! Indeed. R. E. Mime, Snperintoudent.Bonaventure.
1Jumm New-Yea, most of tbe servant Mmuherx : J,, 1\[. Dixon clmlrmnn,Titiisvlllei
It Is not too much to any that never girls are us Independent and as Impudent Wooden niienmatlain. R. N. AI"lrew.'ocou. ; J. E b ulta. .Spruuebhta.COUNTY .
have the Influence und traditions of the "And yon any tliQ rheumatism's In COMMISSIONERS.:
as they can be. Now I believe WaNEOFCARD
r aoS1N5S'II :Latin epees been of more vital Importance : it's boot to take A young greenhornand your left leg colonel J. R. Walker chairman, Tlttisvllle; ;John R.
to the evolution of a true amt "It is. sir." Mlot, Iudlai ails; it. A. Conkling'i'lllnanJohn. ;
train L-er up In tile way sho should O. Jones, hear; J. F. Hull, White City. Regular
-1 exp noble civilization than at the present go; and thf'nIrll.! Olden-First tblntf "Why; that's your wooden leg!" sessions are herd{ Monday in eaab montu.
moment." "I kuow It. sir replied the colonel. 8 '
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know she .
you << goes. 7' Philadelphia BUKVAKD COUNTY; O 'FICERS.A. .
Gilbert Murray,'formerly professor of Press. '*". "That:: nuikes It all the harder."-Atlanta I). I'enney Tltii..vin |. ..<., .County Judge.
Greek nt OIrIH.tOW'unlrerslty!| / : Constitution. Ii D. U <)Hu, A. A, Stewurt TiUi..Yllle. Co..nt111erk.
= "1 lienltnte to pronounce Any opinion John I.. Pnlllrnn pays that l'i' lnddr, : AT' HOME J. F Woolwn Ctiuoa. .. Tax AtKtetmurK.

upon n subject HO vast and so Intricate cli'ed! to let alcohol'nlone.} : !' :'eI' Good breeding:, la a letter of credit allover John. W.Henry II..".TIt"TttiiHvllle, ,., .. Tax Treasurer.rollovlor.
.
uuatannaateA. ANiAt.. but there nn two. remarks M !is l> a /a v :rely familiar HJir the' world. H. E.!: Mima ihmaveuture Supt.. pub. lint.J. .
.... that I venture to inuUe. .__ ._ __ Are sufferer .,Krlf.., Tlumvllle.. .. County Burvey"r.J .
h you a ? .1'. I "First-If Kninve Is decaying then Has doctor been S. Norwood I, Tltuavllle..Ret Istratlon Olllcor.TITUSVILLK .
the whole European: civilization as at your unsuoccssful
h : TOWN COUNCIL.
'J.x.- present understood! Is decaying. Tb ?v R. A. Front." mayor: Van Worley m.rebel l and
'Gtlia'AAtdraW lrthlt Hume bad symptoms which appear In I Wouldn't you prefer to trek tax oollroturi R. b.: Mml. jr. clerk and tte ..
/ I ureri John Heiiry. tax Mfwir" ; J. R. Walker
France also in England Germany AT HOME
appear youwelf .
F. A. Morgan L. Brady: P.JJf.UaudJ.L, V
Italy and from what one bears, Carruther. councilmen The council meow
I In tbe nations of Europe. Nor can I Nearly: l.COO.OOO women have Bret Tuesday la each uiontli.TITUSVILLK .
Wine of Cardui from
see that the United States are' much bought BOARD OF TRADE.!:
IS FRANCE DECADENT ? their druggists: and have cuzed-
betterr: n.If.! Rolilolu..l.re.lcI.llt; .1.111. Dixon treasarer..J -
themselves at home, of such U. ...secretary. Meets Recond Wed-
"Second.-ll'rUIIl'O throughout her history troubles as periodical bearing nesdarnlEht: lu each month at their rooms.

has generally/: taken nil her diseases down and ovarian pains leucor-

Impressions of Celebrated Menon severely and recovered from rheea, barrenness nervousness ..
dizziness, nausea and despondency j. ::1J "
isation tbem vigorously. The present bad 7
the CC .: oymptoms may be more severe In /.It Home Cure Rheumatism ,caused by female weakness. 'ij\
These are not easy coses. V
France than el"wbere.
the recognitionof
.,_ Hot sulphur bathi relief at once, quieting the pains Wine of Cardui cure when the
glvs
i HOPEFUL BIQN3 TO THE OONTEABYCansrwlll I them Is certainly more outspoken, WW of Rheumatism. Thesulphurtresttnent.Mlernaland doctor can't.Wine trtrili' ''
and the effort toward regeneration Internal, will... both of these terrible diseases. But the sulphur must ,
be In such form that it can be absorbed by the system. The only: preparationof of Cardui does not Irri-
: more r olnte and far reli<; lng." ever discovered that can be absorbed by the skin anil by the diges- tate the organs. There is nt) painin

IlPKitrds Frlineo as Too Israel Zangwll): live organs U the treatment.. It is a Rooming MEET:

r' ..coat! to n* lltiiipalrod of and TooN.eese.ry "A country may be In decadence materially Hancock'sLiquid tonio of healing herbs, free from, I' ..t.Z'a! ': w tm 'S ALL
or 1Ilrltunlly.Iuterlnlly.: 1 strong and drontio drugs.- It is NEEDS
FOP>> Clvlllaatlon No
.
cannot believe that a fertile-land with successful because. it cures in. a Bxpurlenca!: : baa established It a*
Country So Full ,01 Intellectual such hard working nnd Intelligent Sulphur natural way. alum e'oldbyaltdealers. You
,
population Cnrdui be aw" -1I Rrorr. I.xa: Seed
Tooth and Ilovo, Mum IBdnmnd t Wino of can bought cy
Y as Franco, and tbe most capable Annral postpaid fnu to nil applicants.
dons*. women In the world be It I" c.'a GreaterO.rmfetde. Mach a certain cure that we gwlraafee it from your druggist at $1.00 a .
.
can
on to care Ecaema. Acne Itch Dandruff,Ringworm Priekl" fleet. I>iphtheris. bottle and you con begin this D. M. FERRY'A co.
Theodore Stanton Mends. the Open the down grade For foreigners however Cstarrh Cancev Bore Month sad Throat CU\. and all diseases of the aealp.lo'or treatment today. Will you try it? DETROIT, MICH.FOLEY5nOh"'EYANDTAR.
i the greatness of France has always fat 6y all rei ael. drvgyitlt.Hancock's a.--
,Court a number of letters on "The Decadence ,
lain !in the spiritual realm. She Liquid Sulphur OintmentPrepared In ea. .**requlrlne.peolal dlreotloDR.adt1re
of Franco"/ written celebrl ...tflTltiff' Hjrmntoms,Tho L.dleelAcl.i.orr
by
especially for lIuno..8caldtl.Open Bores.Chafed Parts,Raw Surfaces
has
fed the world with ideas and Ideals all lXpt.. The Chatt."oolla
Boils Piles, Roughness of Face and Hands and Skin Diseases.
ties. We give severalltttel's: It has/ been a bitter blow to the hopesof Write for booklet on the curative and toiet| uses of....Iphul'"ANCOCK ., Mvillolne Co., Chatt&nooua Tonn.

i t Colonel Sir Howard Vincent M. P.: the human/ race that precisely the LIQUID SULPHUR CO., Biltlmar. Md. Our.. Coldsi Prevents Pneumonia

j "To this question there is only one country of 'liberty equality nnd fratcrAlty -

reeponso'No; a thousand times uol' 1find should have produced a Drey --- --

myself in the happy condition to turn ease. Here in Avignon when I

,. ig make this statement. I hare just com read on the walla 'Death to the Jews .rOLEYS1tONEYANDTAR 1 1rUIEY5IDDJmYCURE.to.

pleted journey through France. Ev.! It is not only as n Jew that I feel that ..tbe Cloultb aDd bealelu..lt_ 't'vf' .-.. v>M.sv..a4Rt.dAerPhh1"

erywhere Is order everywhere prosperity France has plunged buck Into the dark

everywhere a quiet nnd happy ages. I was in America when the Drey. ... -

people' well fed, well nurtured gay fur trial was taking place at Kennen- IF YOU WANT A...

content hospitable, generous. The If Frenchmen could only understandthe : c'f
.
poor'are not to be seen. Luxury' In. ex horror that shook' all America at the

? +, I, tensive. Such are tbe Impresaluna received verdict they would be able to /gauge 1C i

I by niy colleagues and myself how much they have lost !in the opinion Lot % ,

1 i; and this la the reason why I answer, of mankind-they who however distanced ...Building ,
'No. no, no." .
In material progress, might still
Edmund GosKe, librarian of thti aspire to the spiritual hegemony of the .
4+ bouse of lords: peoples The licenxe of'' tire French or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY

"My reply Is peremptorily categorically stage and of French literature Is another LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE

no."What. argument for decadence. None t
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION ,
TRUCK
GARDEN
I or ,
Is 'decadence fa It not .1
but a French playwright would: be per
(' phrase by which the timid often attempt mitted to place on the stage the caricature We probably have. for sale just what you are seeking.

to mask: their fear of what- IK I of a living personage/ though Dr. Settlers are flocking in but still there is room. If you art
now active and rebellious Nordtui console himself
ropy by the
looking this drop a line to
way
"Tbe only decadent nations are thorns remembrance that Aristophanes lam

iI I which do not dare to change which pooped Socrates. Moreover the exploitation JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vice-Pre-ldent.
)"
11 live on !In a constant terror of encour ,
,, of the sex theme Is pushedIn << .
aging audacity of thought or perversity France to tbe limits of silliness. B! LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

of condnct. The living nations ore Will Frenchmen tired of
never get ST. AUGU TINE. FLA.
forever making new experiments at reading the name Joke and seeing tbe

I which conventional, people shudder and same pictures? There !la a total absence --- -

' ;' Icrea rn. of perspective and 'a total lack

"We may scour the horizon ofi, the of humor In their feverish Interest In F. Rvilalmazi c& Co.

world at this hour and see no nation this subject. One would say a nationof

t which seems BO little to deserve the rebuke their
schoolboys gloating over first
201 Washington St. > NEW YORK. I
't of 'decny' as the French. To my discovery of sex. The serious study of 1)3 Murray Street J r N. Y. '

apprehension no country at the present life by a Flaubert or a Zola Is quite another
Jj t hour Is so full of Intellectual youth affair. -

If] and hope, offers to the observer 'an "Still France U too JrJ'eato be despaired =: .41..S. ::e Jcr ZLs/i: cSc 00. ,
great of of
a variety points vitality or of and too necessary for civilization Oranges Pineapplesand

4 draws the attention of the thoughtful and If she produced a Dreyfus BIT. 1118 w. Ba= St.. JACKSONVILLE. -. FLA.

i to It with so vivacious a sympathy M case she produced also a Dreyfusard

rjj P France. party and men like Colonel Plccard. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

R 'j. "If by 'decmlenoe' you mean evolution able to sacrifice all tor honor. It la

+ t '1 a the painful metamorphosis: of lift such elements that will ever preserve represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to repreaedt 4FULL QjTS!: ,

j -yesI If by 'decadence you mean dullness France from decudehce. l.4f TOR
Established 30
also. us trial shipment.
a years.
apathy, a sinking of the moral' yon TGive Ain

; and mental temperature, a thousand DAVIS' ROBUST APPETITE.
times-no!"
ESTABLISHED 1870.
s Lucua Mnlet.; What th. Uemocratto Candida !. ,ram

'The question which yon propose, I, Said to H.T. Eaton For Ilrakrai i

a. a lover of !
ewer with an emphatic negative other day where a group of Democratic > ;1 QTSno

France Is not in a state of decadence, and Republican representative .

but she is, in my humble opinion. Instate II were exchanging/ political opinions flavored 230 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK..: .r qsot
of convalescence the symptoms with on occasional "good story"

of the latter condltlo'n may easily some reference was made to the alt.anced 1 $

by superficial' obHervers, be mistaken .. age of "Cousin Henry" Oassa- Southern Fruit and Produce r ? "lt: .

for those of the former. From the way Davis and his remarkable self 'VI ,au

middle. of the eighteenth century sh. control In bls everyday life, says the

' has passed through a series of convulsions New York Telegram. The regular habIts I '.

both moral and material", oiMcperlments of the Democratic nominee for the Ooxc.tO..1ss1.oc.: :: :: IMEsrohac.: : : : :: t .'r

of splendor and disasters Vice presidency were reviewed an-. his y +

c culminating In the cruel tragedy sunny nature and well conserved conrUtntlon FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

of 187071. which must alwayi were attributed In K large decree -

-walD t J the student one of the ainss to an almost perfect digestion. Stencils Cards and onr quotations famished on application.

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of the State of Florida I* hereby amended so I government V*> munlclpallt '
iProfessiQp.al Carets.S NOTICE OF ELECTION. to read as follows; aa number of m-*1.palltl".. lex any;* than the whole, Japanese Faroler.. ,;\ A New Kind of Potato. .j

Section U. The Circuit Courts shall have, of a class, ahaltsbvalid.: ,:''i.\r!.\ The "Ynnkt-ea of the; orient" *eemvto! It KOVIUS that Uruguay can rmlswometblng .

e -+ exclusive oilglnal Jurisdiction In all cases In Section 8,or Article VIII .if the Oonslltuti a have made progivBH KO. M. BOBBINS, equity. Also in ... c..._ at law not ooiinlsahle of the State ot Jfiorlda, Is hereby ruppaled. ifi 10
by InferIor court, and In all case Involving nn Industrial ns in unitary wtr. t United Stntw consul at Rotten, France. ,;
1TlUtREA9.: THE tKOISLATUUR OF 1903, "
the legality of any tax, _,name. or toll ui b .*ere
; there hnre H n
I"; ugrlculturo
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 11' enter the Constitution of Ht/$B. of tlmState the action of ejectment, and nf all actions Involving The voteaeast la C wtih acid proposed i I reports souie Interesting experiment ,1I

of Florida did pass mven Joint the tItles or boundaries of real estate, Amendment* I1'\'Ulln"\ ilularatlons Lmndlcnpa to OA-eit-ouie for the reason kind of discovered l on III
Revolution*. iirnrmslne.niexclinaiit.il. to the Cwnstltmlon canvass, I ou a new! ,potato
AT-LA\Vj of the BUM of Floilda Slid the mine and of all criminal canes not countihle by In and reiti there"il. shall Iw subjected to I that IOBS" than one-sixth! of the land Is I
ferior courts. and original jitrfcdtntlon of I the banks of the river Mercedes Uruguay -
ao the sum retruiaHoiis. .and restriction .a* are 1
Estate .
were t by of three-fourlis of all
Willpractice in and United States agreed entry and unlawful detainer. provldt 5 by law for Ueoeral' Election; In time arable. This leaven nch fnrmt only '
the metnbra olected to each House; that the and of such other wHItens a* the Legislaturemar that In its wild state Is very bitter '.
Court. vote on said Joint Resolutions were entered upon lltete of Florlia.Ix ..... Consul lleneml Ilelliwa -
% about two
provide. They shall have final appellate ftc. but tbat has been made sweet and '
their respeotl Journals, with and
you nay jurisdiction In all civil aud oiimlnul. cainearising TUTboil WHKIIKOF, I have hereunto -
Office at TiTusViixE FLA. thereon and they illil tloteruiin,, anil direct that in the conntyy court, or before the set mum, bnuil ami alllxed. the U..tL of Yokohama niukea a very Interesting eatable by cultivation. Moreover, It r

the said Joint IteHolntlnns be aiibiuitMd to the county judge, and of all misdemeanors and civil ( SI fLeal ot the state of ..Florida at Talla- report on the' subjectAn .\
elector of the State at the General Election InN case tried In the court of record of judg basee-the Capitol. this the first day of seonis to be much more hardy than the

L. GAULDEN, v"mberIJ1)4.: ment or sentence or any municipal court and August' A. I). IU<>4 American farmer will nmiturall'y'ivonder Irish potato. Roth the tuber and the

D. Now, TllKHtroRK. I. H. CLAY CRAWFORD, of all cases arising betore justice of the peace II. CLAY C'RA Wri mEt>, bow farmer can
the JapuneHo .
Berretary ol the State of Florida, do hereby gIbe In counties in which there I II no county court Secretary of fitate. foliage of the Uruguay potato are eaten

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW notice that aGENERAL or court of record, and upervtidon and ." To J. P. BROWX, Sheriff Hrevard County. support his family from the produce o* by horses, cattle and sheep. .
pellate jurisdiction or matters arising .before I
Will praotloe In all the Court of the Butt ELECTION county judges pertaining to their probate jurisdiction si) small a farm and how he employ Tho leave are small and slender,

ot Florida and the United States Court or to the estates and Interest of minors.., 'ELECTION.mo his time on It. The Japiuiene otiuulArd those of the Irish
somewhat like
will lie held in each County in Florida on Tuesday and of such other matter a* the Legislature NOTICE OF I potato

1. U Box: :838. TITU3VILLE. FLA.P' next suroemiinir toe first Monday In November may have provide. The circuit courts and judge of llvlnu la far below the American.And : and the flowers- are abundant of a .
shall power to issue writs of manilamus, t
A D. iUut, the saul TudSflny being the
Inl motion quowarranto.certiorarI prohibition, .. the Income of tbe Jnpaneao farmer pale violet color and very odorous, the 7"

J. WEBB, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, to habeas. the complete corpus and eaerolHe all writs of their proper Jurisdiction.or necessary TUB SHERIFF OF HRKVARD CODNTV, la ummlly Incrvnaeil by his engaging In perfume resembling that of Jasmine.

1 ot the 8u t" of Florida' i iHe
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW for the ratification or rejection of thenald Joint Section 2i, of Article V, of the Constitution some subsidiary Industry xuch it* reds New stems and tubercles branch off in -Ir.;: :

Resolutions |iro|>o.IuK AtiieuduimiM to the Constitution of the Stale of Florida is hereby amended. so It known, that I, H. CLAY CRAWFORD, lug silkworms, reeling silk or spinning every direction all the year and after \i,
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th of the state of florlUa, vii: a. to read a* follow: Secretary of State, of the Stale of Klorlda, do
hereby give notice that a and by working for wages in tile Intervals one planting the plant perpetuates It t
Circuit. Taxes for non-residents ,
paid
:ARTICLE XXI. "Section S4. Upon the application of a majority .
and rents and accounts coHected. of the registered voters of any county GENERAL&;:: ELECTION of farm work. In bin :Work on the .elf from the broken roots left In the;
That the followup! sr.ientlment to the Constl- .y
; I. this state the Leglalaturs shall establish In farm be seldom uses a bone or other
oil.
tim of the Stan of Florida be, and the seine la, i
TITUS VILI.B, FLORIDA such county court of record and there shall In'liravard
will be held ( of Florida
hereby agreed to, and shall be submitted to the "ount.lItate draft animal and his tools of a '
b" one judge for each of the Said courts, who on Tuusuay next smveeillng the tlmi Monday. are The vegetable proper-that la, the)
elector of the State at the iceneral election In
shall he
PENNEY November lui> for r-stltloatlon or rejection I shall. he a appointed practloinu' ( by attoriiey-at-law the Ooveinor, and ant confirmed who- th In.November A, I). IU04, the saul! Tuesday being very primitive character. lIe fertilize tubercle--weighs from one to two and

A. : Section Six of Article Eight nf the Constitution I by.",the Senate, and who shall. hold his I' and cultivates very thoroughly; and 1 I.. a half pound and tins a yellowish,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW so as of to the mad State as follows of Florida: U hereby amended office j."IItII..f for said four courts years. shall The. be annual|
,
TiTnaviLLE llootlon 8. The LeplMlatnre. shall provide for the. county! be a*where follows such i In court counties Is established of less than anshod Tror.. live (B) t're.hl""tl.IXleoto.... harvest, besides often raising two or has a slightly greenIsh color. Of twen.

FLORIDA. the election by the qualified electors. of each nf een thousand population. one thousand dollars One itepresentntlva/ of thnilnil, Congressional more crops a year on the same Held ty-five tnlu'n by hasard and cooked
.
District Florida, In tile Congress
of the lu of frum fifteen thousand Flfty-nlnth
following officer | counties to
county county
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th thIrty thousand population sixteen hundred of the United IIlat"" tn the warmer latitudes of Japan barley with their skins on In 1001 nil were

Judicial 1 Circuit. A clerk of the clrcnItcourt: a sheriff con dollars III counties. of from thirty thousand to For Oovernor ot the State of Florida.
stable, a county assessor of taxes a county tax forty-five thousand population, two thousand. .. Secretary of State of the State of Florida. indigo, bean and rape nro grown very bitter, but of twenty- ve than taken -

collector a county treasurer a superintendent dollars; ami in counties of more than forty-live It. Attornoy-Hfiiiorsl of th. state of Florida successively on one plat of ground I In 10<>3 only eight were bitter.
very ,
of Instruction and '4 Comptroller of th State of Florida. -
public a county surveyor. thousand population. twenty-four hundred, dol. .. '
G. A. FROST, The term of office.of all county officers mentioned 1..1) and all criminal courts of record now eatabhshod Treasurer of tho $tate of Florida.u within the apace of a year. even bitter, five eatable, three good
of Public Instruction of
In -this section shall lie for four years, tion of this In this' n.rett.;: shall become, upon and the he oiiurt ado the State Superintendent of Florida. For the purpose of promoting agrt and two fnrlnacooua. Dy j>e !llng the

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, except thAt the term of office of.the county if record herein '.Commissioner of Agriculture of the StaMtorOne Interest the (
assessor of taxes county tax collector and I as provided, ami all otncersof or, 14IorIla. k-ulturnl government number of bitter and verybitter one "

Will practice in all the Courts of the 7th the county eeneral treasurer: election shall In November be for two, land years, at,wiilch until core such of criminal snob-court court*., and of discharge record shsll the be duties ofll ;;Justice of the Supreme Court of the maintain a state experimental farm were diminished by 10 to 20 pet cent, ('! .
Stnte or c lorlda for Nix .
Judicial Ciroult.TmrsvitLK election they shall be elected for terms of four and expiration reoelve of the their emoluments present term ot ot such olnoe.until the For Three Justine ot years.tho Supreme. Court of> and nine branch farms. The work at while-the number of good awl eatable ,I t
each and thenceforth all officers .
years county
the State ofFlcmrtuis.grin .
FLORIDA. named In this section shall be elected for termS Section DA, of Article V, of the Constitution due Railroad Commissioner for the Status tboso farm is largely theoretical and ones wino Invrouseil accordingly.

of four years. Their powers duties anil compensation of the State of Florida Is hereby amended so of Florida. 'is divided Into eight: departments, It Is believed that bv continuous cultivation .
shall l be prescribed by law. a* to read as follows: For State Senator for the 13th BoaatorialJ' District
OTEPHEX F. FOSTER ; of the State of Florida.! seud. saplings agricultural chemistry the bitter taste may be entirely ,',
"Sootlmi !M. The ,
Conrt of Record shall have For One Mnmlier of the House of (Representatives entomology, vegetable physiology, tobacco I eliminated., If the discovery '
ARTICLE XXII. excliiHlvo'jtirisilictlon of all criminal. cases, not of tim,, State of "lorluIsi. so, new .
A1TOI'NEY-.AT-LAW: capital, which ball arise In said county and For rmmiv Judire.. horticulture and general! affair will become at once commerclajlyvaluable. .
That the following amendment to the Constitution of all oases. >at law In which time tuaud. or !''Iherl It.
yal-UpchurchiUulldlaK; Jax of. the ntate sit Florid bo and the value. of the property| does not excHiu .one thousand .. Cleric of the Circuit Court.H The results of the Inxentltfntlonu are .
same. Is hereby agreed to. ami shall. be sulmiltt- dulltr mid concurrent with the circuit .
Attorney.o
I'rosoctiMng
'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA' 5.1 to the elertois of the Slate. at the general court ..halll..e. exclusive jurisdiction of i>ruoeedmirs county Assessor of Taxes. submitted to thirty-eight experimental Uruguay: nmy revolute. She could {.

election. In 1'Jui. for ratification or rejoutlou.. detainer relating of, lands to and forcible teiiament entry and unlawful "" Tax rnllmitor Treasurer. farm*. crviitod and carried on by the not welt occupy part of tho South '! ,
county
BLTR :IIAM, M. D. Section 8 of Article 12 of the Constitution II .. County Suiwrliitendont of PuhUoj.Inittruo- provinces with the help of n subsIdy Amor-lean continent and wtoiipe that I
N.S. Sectinn2ilof Article V of the Constitution
hereby amended-so to road follows ,
... from the general! government and 'hiilrlt. JTt'it tho world will forgive '
bf the itt te of Florida, 1* hereby amended so tion.For Purveyor. noisy l'
Section VIII. Each county shall be. required aa to read .. follow ., Tonnty
i FIve ( I Coiumlssloners. theories are here subjected to tIle tent her this I '
SURGEON ,and SPECIALIST, to assess anil collect annually fur the support .niumm1y provided potato pium out
of public. free schools therein a tax for not less "Section 20. There shall be six term 'of the Throe M-nnber of the County Hour of ot practical application before general (,
KarrHose and Throat. three mill" than Court of Record In each Public Instruction.
((3) or more seven (7)) mills on year.
For" Justice of the Peace In and for the follow. F.k
the dollar of all taxable bJlcation. Troubles .
In the
property same.ARTICLE p Kidney '
WEST PALM BKACH FI.OUIDA.D" Section 27,of Article V, of tbe Constitutionof Ing Justice District, "la io. ,,' '
the state of Florida. I la hereby ameneded so No No. Jfo. ? .i. The principal agricultural products, Are relived and cured In tbe beginning -
.. to read follow easily
a a 1 IS
*i II III lilA:
Xm 2 T M: IT ., named In the order of their acreage ,. but *s the disease grows In J -
IIOUGEITOWS That the following! amendment the : "Section :iff. There shall. be for each court a II M: IK '- ..
4 j to ConstH of record a are rice, rye, barley wheat, beans, severity we must find a more potentremedy I
prosecuting l lie
: attorney, to named
tulon wf the State of Florida be and the same 4 "k 14 111B \ .. Bucha
the county solicitor who stall be appointed, by sweet Here where Irving' !
la hereby agreed to aud shall be submittedto 101 1A 1W .. mulberries potatoes, millet
the Governor and connnnxd by the Bnntta, and For C.nKtable. In .. Wafers excel as a cure. Of course they
TLOATINO DENTAL'::APARTMENTS the elector of the State at the iceneralelection and for the followlngjDistricts ; iI
who Khali hold otltce for four buckwheat red beans Italian .
In November,A. I). 11M4, for ratificationor shall be fixed years. ills compensation vis i iNo. rape give quick relief, but more than that ,
law
on the ""Dentos," rejection. by % "No. No. No. No. miLlet, tea, Indigo leave, potatoes, sorghum a sure and lasting cure. They v.1 .

Section 18 of Article V, of the Constitution Section. 20, of Article V. of the Constitution 1 II II lit' !W and. pOllftl'tll.v' the blood Hold at BOo.a :t I
Now INDIAN RIVE of the 8tat of FIt.rl"ae amended 2 7' U: ITH .. tobacco leave, cotton liemp. purify
ox THE hereby so
ball be and I* hereby amended so as to read ..
..
follows mSection a* to read a* follows: 4 O 8 M 14: inB H .. The area devoted to rice cultivation box kS the Ibid Crow pharmacy Tltusvllle -.: f:

i is The Legislature. 'may organlx Iii "Section 28. All offence triable In the court 10 15 20 .. constitute a little more than, two- ria.He ,
of record shall be prunciited upon Information In Testimony Whereof, I have hereunto 'P..r'
such wifely ', .
counties IB '
think ,
as
The Largest and Most Comolate courts which shall jurisdiction may proper of.til county under oath, and may Iw died at any time, set my hand and snixed the treat fifth of the totI area of arable land.
law which the cases" at whether the commit. IA In session or not, by the [I'L.'BO] Heal of the Stale of Florida, at Tallansasee -You are crying durllnff. How !.
Establishment South. in shall not deman.iorvalueotthepropertinvolved exceed five hundred dollar*, county solicitor, but the grand jury of the the Capitol, this thu first diiy Tbe greater part of the rice !field are this? '8he-Ducuusn my' friend Fran

of proceedings rclatln" te the forcible | circuit court for the county Fu which said court .of September, A 1>. liHH.M. : in low lying land which can be easily\
unlawful entry or of record I I. held, may Indict for o/Tenoes tri CL iV Clt iWFORI>, Moller, linn been preenttl by her hne-
) detention
of lands amid
and
GEO. S. HACKER & SON of mIsdemeanors. and fin'I appellate tenament Jurisdiction able In the. court of record. Upon the flndingof Secretary of State. flooded but ome upland rice i raed.! band with a valuable set of diamond)

Justices In) civil of the ca peace e. arising In the court of the commit i-uch Indictment b.I.! the accused, the for circuit trial. judge In the. court shall To J. I>. BROWN, Sheriff! of Brevsrd County. ILf__n_.1t\A. _*......"> t....-..-.._ _anal__ t.._.._ .V.--*!...*>. ...*>..-. that must have coat l.BOQ mark. At

or reooru, ami tile cuuniy solicitor ol SRIII court usually planted on land not suitable the very least. He-And that U what
The trial of such appeals may l h. de novo at the shall. Immediately file therein *m1 Inftrmatlon Notice.
option of the apiwllane. The county judge shall bused upon such Indictment upon which |nforiuntlun for more Irhportant crop., ruct M the make you weep? She-Well,. ye. I

be the Juilire; at-law.or the county court, and shall bean the accused shall be tried. slopes of bill*, candy' aune* aqd similar am sorry you will now bur to spend

attorney !Section' *. Dt Article V. of the Constitution CKICDITOltM, LROATRKS.: AND Dis such a lot of money when you can so ,
There shall be elected by the ( electors of the State or Florida, Is hereby amended Title placet In tbe warmer parts of the
qualified so of I). tV. Monroe duceiwted and 111 Afford It-Berlin Journal. :.
of said county at the time when the said a* to read. follows all pe",". ,,,. having any: claim or demand empire barley and rape are often raised ''
judge Is elected a prosecuting attorney for said against his estate notlftml and .. "I, .
"Section 20. There shall tie are nerouy r -
court, who hull hold rttiue for four no county court a* a second crop after rice bas been
.
years. In where .. quired to present. the sane to the undersignedadministratrix All V9 With Him.
Ills any county a court of record ii* i..
tins
on and compensation. shall be prescribedby of sittit, ducHilont with I" the timeprescribed but '
tabllshod. harvested, farther north the ex- "You had a high old time In
law. Such court be abolished at the
my
by law: ,orelse the same will be barred. I.
pleasure of the Legislature. Section" 30, of Article V, nf the Constitution AMY A. MONKOK, COM of moisture rmjulroa; for rice rope '

Provided that. .all county judges" holding said. of as the to ....aelll8 suits follows of Florida Is hereby amoniled so As Administratrix' of KB tat* leaven the land too cold for another "Yen,. replied the returned tourlte I
office at the ratification ot tula amendment shall I of L). W, Monroe. "1 bad. I done at
contliiuein the exercise of the duties thereof "Section 30 The clerk of the court of record TUusvllle, FI....OclolMrlO. IUU4. | MM 10-et crop the same year. was tip ,

soo.ndlngothelr respective lommlHxIonn and shall be elected' bv the elllCltora of the. county ::.",, Stock: raising still In Its Infancy In held up In tbe Apennines and laid up 1: '
"
until their .successors are duly quallrUd. and In which, tlm. court: Is established and shall hold uiig Home."

provided further, that when .any county court office for tour years., and his ooiniicnsatlon Japan and I I. not likely to become an '. 7 ._ __ _
.
shall hereafter be c' ,
established '
In In be Sized "C
:MANUFACTURERS OF any county ball by law. Time .horlrt of time county ,
this State the county jndg;* of said county shnll shall he the executive ortlner' of said court; his Important Induntry owing to tbe high :
hold his office and perform the duties of Judge duties and fee shall be fixed r
Doors Sash Blinds by law price of land and the coarseness of the
of the county court until hi* term of 0111 ie shaitexpire I

am-1 Ion t. Article V,' of the Constitution of native\ (ras***, most of which are not \
Material C the State of Florida, I* hereby amended so as ,
Mcnldi<:& Building to read a* 1011 OWl tSection fit for food for rattle or horn*)*. '
ARTICLE XXIV. 'I
31. AH rule of TIle moist noteworthy and encouraging (
practice governing: i
Office A; Warerooms, King opposite That the following amendment to the Constitution the circuit court shall. lie applicable. to time fact to be noted Is that the Japanese .
Cannon Street.Charleston of the JJtatrt of Florida.. be, .anil the courts of record and all law. relative to criminal ,,
same ft hereby agreed to and shall be submitted court of record shall apply to courts of r r'a iryvernment 1 Is making persistent
to the, elector of the State acf cJ
at the general
S. C. record. Changes of venue luny be had a
election In 1004) for ratification or rejection. tinrt, of record to another court of record.aao: () and Intelligent effort to advance farm-

That "Section lOot Article e of the Constitution to the circuit court of another County for thesammie .0011 -) inn In "r.ctry possible way. Irrigation (
Sash Cord of the Atate of Florida Is amended Onuses.and uuder the law providing for I
Weights am hereby the : plant have been established fruit
so a. to read aa follow i same causes, and under the law. providing. ,
for obanilii. the venue from the circuit court .cDO
,
growing and subsidies
Section 10. The credit of the State shall. not of one county to the circuit of another county. encouraged orferetl. ,
Hardware be pledged, or loaned lo any Individual. company The Oov-rnnr may, In his discretion! order the ThIs plan If followed long
\ corporation or association| nor shall the circuit Judge having jurisdiction of the circuit 2qI jc J
Btate become a joint owner or stockholder In conrt of any conntv to hold a special term oVa ) enough, on n not but have Important result t

Window and Fancy Glas any company, sssocmItlon or corporation. The court nf record of such oonnty, for the )purpose *. OMpeclnlly\ If the fertile valley .n
Legislature shall not authorise any county city or trying cases In which the judge of the court s .
A SPECIALTY. borongh, township or Incorporated' district to record shall b. disqualified. .1'artle to any i Ej of Korea nro thrown open to Japanese' ':
b-come a stockholder In any company association cause at law In a court of recordhall! have
or corporation or to obtain or appropriate the same right to trial by judges ail Hum, or cultivation.'Thin I j A nmQQ 3 '
money for or to loan Its credit I to any corporation by refere as may exist under this constitution orD iAcilEfi
FOLEYSHOMF asuoclatlon. Institution, or Individual except or the Uws In reference to case In clr ,. '. I
that the Legislature mar inthorlao municipal cult court or'may, If the juice l of the court of QLJU Is no lime for mirth or Innghtfr,
corporation* to relieve r municipal record be disqualified transfer the cause to the ; lO I>> <>TU the cold grey dawn of tlm morning 1.-:1
fsreAUdreajj .ar.. cure tto e*>ta.e. mIn
-, taxation for such period of years the municipal of circuit record court of th* county In which, snou court ::t after." :
authorities may seem proper any manufacturing may be.
enterprise that may locate within the ) There will be no "morning after" If ,
Hoc Ion W of
t Article
V, nf the Constitution
said but such Ir)
municipality no exemption shall will box of CAUKOItNIA -
be for a than fifteen of tbe State of Florida, I* hereby. amended so .you carry a .
longer period
year as to read as follows i st PRUNE WAKKIW: and take a few b >.
DIXIE FLYERWORLD'S ll .0
"flection 33. Court of record shall be abol fore going( to bed. They will fix you all L1yi& Blogd 41

ARTICLE XXV. ished by the Legislature, only upon a petition right and tone you up before breakfast
of a majority of the registered voters of the G) the Pbar :
100 I Wafots :2.1e at ICed Cross
That tbe following amendment to the Constitution where .
such
uuty, court I I. established.
FAIR ROUTE of the' : State of Florldn: be. and I* hereby mao)', Tltusvllle Fla. SYRUP. ;
*
agreed to and shall be submitted, to the electorsIf f. ,

( the. 19UI State ratification at the general or rejection.election In November ARTICLE XXVII i u 5.I Bruin Hni ".....01. wewwme.swawwea -

Sir Conaii Ito) l Ie once told a story of 1
Snctlon II of Article XVI shall be emended so That the following amendments. to flection 20, I UIIJ .
Hashville Chattahooga & St. Louis Ry a. to read a. follows t Article III.and Section SM. Article III, and the .iv Knii\M, \ olj'U-nr who warn badly '11

Section The Legislature shall provide for repeal of Section S. of Article 1 VIII of the Constitution 0U wounddl III South Africa, and the military -
of the State! of Florida, be, and are !aralnf Iat, :Ii
the speed and distribution of all .
publication bud
5 to shave off that
e nrgpon
hereby agreed to, and shall he submitted theelectors portion ,
to ) =- .
law It enact. All decisions of the Supreme )
Western and AtJantb R R. may .
Court and all laws and judicial decision of tbe state at the general election to of bU bml which protruded from ,i
shall be free for publication by be held In November, A. 1>. 1**. to-wltt ell I ; : ,)
any person. Parle
Htit no judgment of the Supreme Court shall Section *!, article III, of the Constitution, oftheHtaieof In later on in Tendon, the surgeon. asked S ;
take effect until the opinion of the court lu
Florida, 1* hereby amended so a. a ,
DAYLIGhT RIDE THROUGH such shall be Died with the cleric of said that Y 'I. '
case fci ratd a* follow iSeetlon K" t:1s. whether he knew a portion of his ..Nese.Nes- .

TIlE BEAUTIFUl. MOUNTAINSOF court. 20. The Legislature/ shall not pass brain was In a gins bottle ID a 'labora : -::

special or local laws In any uf the following *nuuierated tory. "Oh. that doe not matter pow" 111 ., .
oases that I Iw to the iJ1C e
ARTICLE: XXVI. jurisdIction! anti: dntleof any say claM, regnlatlnic of ofllrer 4 :! I '< replied the .olll<'c; "I've !got a per. es t

Iris of or for the punishment of crime or misdemeanor) man nt poNltlou In the war om e."
KENTUCKV. "Section" 1, of Art V, the Constltntlon ) .I ] SS RE ;
TENNESSEE AND for of local ;
except the enforcement special
of tbe State ('f Florida, I* hereby amended *a laws. regulating: the practice of courts % sn ..-.S.S.MPLPLE. r
to read a. follows: rjuftl"'l ISY
as :
providing for changing reline of II. Know th* 0..... .
Stop-overs allowed at all stations on Section 1. The Judicial power of the Stale criminal granting divorce changing
cancel| -a
shall be -vested In a fluprem Cowl Circuit the Deacon lIen.ywt-lllht-Alad so you 1HA1 'J .
line where there are Ticket Agents. name of persons vacating roan) sum- MLOICl .
Courts, Courts of Record, County Courts, turning and Impaneling I(1'an4..d petit Juries ? D"f ate going to leave iim, parson? Her. t % MA,
County Judge: and Justice of th.I'_. and providing for their coinpe sat Ion; for a*. ssas.i. T al
Mr. TlmnkfulYea.. I huvo had a call
$20.93 Coach Excursion, eminent and collection of taxes for state and
ftartlon 5, of Article V, of the Confutation of county and municipal p'n.tor opening to another parish, where by tbe way. :
$27.50: 13: day.; |3.t.OO CO days; the Htste nf Iflorlda I la b..by.m..dfIoIlIO as to soul conducting election for Mist* and eonnty S
the salary U considerably larger. I am .
read follow.: officers and for desias' ;
Ticket. a* and municipal bmg time j
Beeular eaaon
$40.03 Tb. Court shall have place* ,,f voting; for tb* sal* of reaT a ace belonging .I) sorry to leave my .dock, but I must FOR BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS,

appellate"Section 5. flufln., at law. and in to minors' ,estate of dependent*, and ofperson obey the call. Dencon Heavyweight, TWO sizes aoc ana .'.00.

2 TRAINS DAILY 2 .noltr originating clr-lit In cIrcuIt court conrrs.In and of *the laboring fee of under officer legal of the dIsabilitIes Htata r eo'ini; 'regniuing .v- (dryly)-Waal. It may Lft what you calla Jf have never tried ::
tbe case srls- .
a 'fA&l"rouo t-- IoU i
; or munlrlplltiet' giving ciTes tn Informal or ,.. but It to deal' t
Inc befoin. count Judge In matters Mrtain. Invulld deed er wINs; legitImizing. children! ::::: ._. call seems me a good great 1
via F. B. T 1:0a m. tag to their pr*'>ate jurldl tlon, and la the more like raise.Ir1i"s re""dl
Leave Jsoksonvlllo, of the estate of Infant, and In nrovldlng for the adoption of cblklre ; roKirv- There are more thing-: In this world a

Leave jMlcsonvillo, vl* A. C. L., 8:M p. m. canes manarement of conviction of felony In the conrt of establishment Ingrnfrnirfmm. of ferrle II9IfI dl..blllt. > and forth* than duet and dollars. Tbe whole universe SEND TO-DAY

record soil In all criminal case orlnrlnatinir In IJiicliu Wafrra

tbe circuit _rtII. Itie court Iliad have the fffttm 31 Article III of the Constitution' of is not contained In the nebular Cure all Kidney tronbles atop pain In /or Ir't sample and stats

ShORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. power to fawn. quo writ warranto of roaniUmns, babe corpus eeniorarl.prohlhltion. and the read flats a*nf follow lortda:*, to hereby amended. so a* hyppthe! The cret of life I* not the back, make loss of albumen I In, tb. Iouttymptoini.. .
la
SUPERB EQUIPMENT. all write neceaaarv proper to the complete told in tile origin of species. urine Impossible, and actually rebuild It-. sImply k you to try it -
exercise of its turlsdiotloo. E-vch of the |ostlcee Section :24. Tb Legislator shall .establish. wall of the .
SLEEPERS. ball have power to Issue write of habeas uniform system of county government. II the hrnoken kidney at our cjcpne W. know-what .4
THROUGH corpus to any part of tbe State upon petitionby. shall deride municipalities Into nlsiittir rf sot i They contain just what I I. wanted to remove
.or oa behalf of any person bald lu actual sin... than r*>roi ttte baals of population) It To Cure a Cold In One HaT the disease heal the sore spot and .vHlt d. :
custody and make loch write returnable shall eetablisb for *a..b 0'.Dltonn .
systemof
: 'I'r'lr Take Tablet the whole orlt_.. They
; LAXATIVE strengthen
before the Supreme Court er anv government; It shall provide for the retnorporatlon BHOMO Qrww
E. J. WALKER, Fla. Pass. Agt. 1tlee thereof, or before any circuit jnd(., and of each BOW exUllig municipality Druggist refuna the money If It never fll I" bring relief within a few Tliacher Medicine Co.

Florida Agent.Jacksonv when not returned to tbetaprrale Court, aa and for the corporation of each hereafter to fall to ear.. E. W. Grove's signature h/win "n<1 ,ct'e to stay cared. Sold atGOc.
Passenger that conrt snail lie.
appeal to always be Incorporated municipality iso of sncbclsuss
e, Fla. Section 11,of Article V. of tile Constitution and no law nlatlac to tile on creation la each: box. 20.::; ned Cross Pharmacy. H box>> at the RadCro. Pharmacy. CHATANOA.TEN.U .










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4 EAST COAST ADVOCATF. NOVEMBER 4, 1904. --

WM. M. BBOWH: Vice-president.
,, JAMES. FBXTCHABD. President: -
,/,; BRUSH UP, 'It"' ,'', WlNlI'rON 8. BBANNIMO-: Cashier. .
,,'
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. Ii ";.:.f!

A tax : The' Euatls -Lake & ;i.4tl y a Good Hea.lth 'INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

&weLT' JOUMAX. D VOTII> TO Tea IDJITaJr lengthy article on home improvement -
OFHCICT Or TH. INDIAN BITBB, I.AKM ;. and beauty gives the follow, ,

WORTH AND ni BUOATHB uA'.aonos..V) ing advice that could be heededto COUNTY DEPOSITOR.Authorized'<'.

PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAT.I good results. by other towns tothe' capital, $1OOCCO
along tl e East Coast of Florida: Paid up capital, '- $26,000

CBABLKI U. WALTON, Editor &,Publisher "Brush up your lawn. A patch Average deposits!: $200,000

o. of green grass in front and along. .

Discontinuance of sdvts muetbemadeper- tide a cottage gives tone to the .. Transacts a General Banking
easly, at thin office or by writing, place that bare sand cannot. .ehildren !
"' :: .a
You can have grass and flowers: Business. I
beak,eta,may be made payable to CBABIEIB. In the game yard together with .

WALTON' ,pabllnber.fg .. i only a little extra labor. Lay a r I Largest and Oldest Bank on the River :

I neat hoard, or better still concrete fond of dainties (
Children especially are '' Exchange bought; and sold on all Foreign
,
Inform
'!, writing t<> the AnvoCATnfor I walk from the street to your front Countries.
Won ok toy kln .1\\ envelope. door. Trim your shade trees about and the housekeeper must look carefullyto Patronage appreciated.--Prompt service, polite ,
.., the. house also the trees,
u, !, orange treatment,and every favor annulment with con.
It\ I' BOBFOV OFYICYC-+THB ft AM1- COAST ADT but especially the trees 'on the their food. v ervative tanking granted.
, CUT!:linn opennil an oflloeat4 4 Atlaotlo avenue. street so that pedestralns do not if COrBFONDENTBIFhoenlx :
; Boston, which will be In charge ot Mr Claude hit their heads the limbs as National, Hunk. N. T.Empire Tnmt
on As good cake can be made only with 1 r Company N. V. Atluntlo National Bank ofJacksonville
0.Walton. they gob, -all low l limbs after a Jacksonville, Fla.

Address all communications to rain, weighed down with moisture, good, so also a cake that is healthful rrlrJ VvILLE, FL.A.. I

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, are" a source of irritation to some eggs, ._. ------'-.------ ., -
TiTu.ynL., FLOBIDA.TJ who in contact with --- -- I IJ.
people come well be raised witha I
dainty must
JI3:13I1'T'S9I
_.- them, and after a fine tree is as as 1HC3DO> ::

8. Department of Agriculture. disfigured upon a by limb the vengeance ruthlessly wreaked torn- pure and perfect baking powder. G'TJ: : N" an.d.: (Successor! L O to Dobbins C K Bros.)S :I\lI:3'I' :H.!::'a

Weather JJureauJuplterFla.Tbefollowingsa from the mother stem. You must Powder is Badges, Cheeks, Door :jSumljers, Stencil, Trunk and Locksmith tiuppllesREPAIRING ,
indispensable
I vandals Royal Baking N -r -- : OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTYGun -
comparative state.' protect your trees from the and RuvolVer parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
meat of temperature and rainfall for the i and your trees should not obstructthe in the preparatiop of the highest quality 22i :Main bt. Jacksonville. }'la.'rUE .

1. week. ending Tuesday, Nov.. 1, 1004., pede trJane..r -

1 I'' MAX-1901DATB. -MIN. ,MAX.. -1003! -MIN. -- -. of food. It imparts that peculiar lightness
AND .SUPPLY COMPANY
October ::y4'j" THE colored encl mpment held SOUTHERN FUEL .
,' 04 and flavor noticed in the
00
20 82 X71 In Titusville is now over. Several sweetness
27 -So (II!) "f 70 BU

.. 28 20 81 70 (18 04.Jeer"
, .. 80 70! 61. 'M,' 70 74 glad to note that, although the en. ,t,

, 81 77Jfovember. 09' '\ ', 79 73 campment was largely attended by and what is more important, renders the ***

, f-!: 1 > 70", 82 76 colored and white people, there Vitrified, Paving'and Sidewalk Brick......
I
1 V Total rainfall for the week .18' 'was very little rowdyism in evI- food wholesome; and agreeable to young I

I Depaturefrom normal rainfall for the dence. Sheriff Brown, Deputy Offices foot ot Hoga. .Street, Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No. 282
I week: minus 1.17 Inches Departure Sheriff Waller and MarshalVorlej: \ and .old. General
J. MUNNERLYF; Mana er.
t fr'm normal rl&lnfallslneeJanuar1 1, were almost constantly minglingwith
plus D.OO.lncbell. I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
J ---- --- -
color. -- -
Observer. the crowd, so that the> -- ------ ,
t HAL. P. HARBIN,
E ed religious servipca wt
Inhlf\, M \ Haie Inspectors 11. L.
INSPECTORS OF ELECTION ) ;
molested. An far all the editor of! 1 Parke, clerk.Precinct .
DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. the ADVOCATK could see, the enoampment No. 12..-W. N. Reams, .!. 'A.
of 1001 was a very or- Dy request we re-publish the list ot horns, Lewis Stockell, inspectors;T. W. Wm..4..Sours: & Oo.
.
a Indeed., and Clerks for the election Jefleis, clerk.Precinct .
derly one Inspectors
For President of the United States: / No 13.-Peter WliiiJleld' A.
to be held on Tuesday next, as follows. L. Bruner A B. Carter E. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
q'' : ALTON PARKER, of New York. Inspectors; ,
WE acknowledge receipt of a Precinct No. 1-Henry CarlileOeo. B. V. Hall, cerk.Preoinct ,J
for Vloe-Qrealdent: i No. 14 M. S. Sams, '1'. II.
Gardner, and W. W. \llurd, Inspectois: -
' w HENRY G, DAVIS, of West Virginia. "Report for 100.3 4,",gotten out by T. J. JocknliHtt, clerk. Sanders J&lma Lnplmtn, Inspectors; D. Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers '
the Jacksonville Board of ''trade Prrolnct No. 2.-O. R. Stewart, M E S. Nenblt, clerk eltlIf.T.s j
For U. 8. Senator JACKSONVILLE
It is a very excellent work, and English and 8. N. UUdwIo,Injectors: Precinct No 13:>> -W. C. Peterson T.. 206 East Bay Street, FLA. },
:, J. P..TA AFBURO. h. W. hails, clerk U. Tuten, .1. II. Uijgitn, Inspectors; W.
For Congressman: "' plainly shows the wonderful increase Precinct No. .-Frank Beat, J.. D. C. Chandler clerk. Catalogue Fiee. Warehouses on tracks; of S.:A. L. R'y. and A. C, L. Ry. !.

:, FRANK CLARK. % in population and business, Hatter and F. U. Black, Inspector: W. Precinct No. Ill-T. R Crook H. M. -' ,
that has taken place since the U. Sharpe, clerk. admit, W. J. Urlffls, Inspectors;. \VmWat .
$great are of May, 1001 I, Really Preoenct No. 4 -J. M. Sanders, O. N ton, cl..rk.Precinct Jacksonville's' Fruit i
4, N H STATE! TICKKT. Jacksonville should feel proud of Hatch and Fred Fisher, InspectorsTUOH.; No. 17.-Peter Raulerson, H. Fancy Store
Bell Oleik.Precinct. II Hancock, W. U. Whatley, Inspectors; ,.
" her splendid record No. 0.-W. II. Roe\ch, C. L. L. H. Walker, clerk. '
,,1 r For Presidential Electors/. : -- Taylor and E. F Hatch,Inspectom; E. Precinct No. 18,-W. H. Robinson,Dan WHOLESALE and RETAIL
+ II. P. BAILEY. M. Hodgson clerk. .Moore A. E. !Saeger: inspectors; L. B. I
T. A. JENNINGS. NOVEMBER: Jet Is the date set for Peek C. II, Abdtll clerk.Precinct .
l Precinct No. 6.-'L. A. ,, ,
J. 0. B. KOONCE. the killing of quail in Florida. Stewart Sara Martin, Inipectots; C. J..F. No. 10.-Lars Jorgensen;Jos. W. B. Ferguson, Proprietor, : j
A. B. NEWTON. The law allows you not to kill over Campbell, clerk. Williamson T Smith,Inspectors; Jim
F. Bi 8TONEMAE. and not Precinct No. 7.-E. B ,Arnold If'. M. Herndon, olerk.Precinct No 16 Julia Street. !
25' quail a day, you can
For Governor: Forest, B W. Schuyler: Inspectors; F. A. No. 20 -R B Stewart, We,,-
iD sell any. Nonresidents must paya Drake, clerk. ley Ratao, G. F. Ensey, Inspectors; E. '
NAPOLEAN B. DROW-\ SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN: TO ASSORTED BOX AND BASKETShipments
I : license of $10 per season to hum Precinct Nb. 8.-Geo. B. Hall, W. C. R. Provost, clerk. '
' + For Secretary of State: game in Florida We are tolc Braddock, Sr., Ivoy Lawson, inspector; Precinct No. 21 Henry Larlen, E. G. to any place lu the United States at any time.szeEns .
d H. CLAY CRAWFORD'.. that the hunting prospects this D. F. BIrd, clerk.: GustaiTerson, G. E Dutton, Inspectors; J
Precinct No. 0.-E G, Summerlin, Sr., Chas. Bemendefer, clel k. I
For Attorney-General' : season near Tltuiville are ex. W. T Haven, T. J. O'Brien: inspectors; Precinct No. 22.-M. 8. Jones, J., O. nnjji iga !i_ -' I Ii
WILLIAM II. ELLIS cellent, quail being very plentiful. Frank Tyler, clerk. O. Helsetb, H. U. Roberts, inspectors; 1
Precinct No. 10B. F. Hull Geo. E. H. 'I'. Glllord, clerk. :
II! For' Comptrollert Coon, E. J. Shattuck, Inspectors; E. J. Precinct No. 23. I'.. M, Tones, W. A. r. x'OR r .sa=ssI
ALONZO O. CROOM.
BEAR in mind the fact that on Ricou, clerk. McCalne, Frank Ayers Inspectors; E. A. i : '
For State Treasurer: Tuesday next your presence is required Pr4\olnot.No. 11, J, M. Swain, M. W. Holt, clerk. .

WILLIAM V. KNOTT. at the polls, and it Is the ---.----------- -.- Turnips-and Ruta Bagas.
I I
Public Instruction : duty of every voter to place his I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.

WILLIAM bt. HOLLQWAY.For vote in the ballot box. Do what MeMurray & Baker I Cabbage-best varieties for Florida Beans.

For Commissioner of Agriculture: you can to assist Judge Parker to Seed Potatoes-for tall, No. 4 Rose and Tilumph. I II

flu B. E. MoLIN. the exalted position of President Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.

For Railroad Commissioner: of the United States. 4O1-413 EnsJ Hay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

JOlIN L. MOKOAN. -Makers and Jobbers of-, I x... Gd.MI3RON. soo4smLLn:: : : I

For State ChemUt: NAUTICAL SCHOOL FAILURE. I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
} R. E. ROSE
-tIn Harness and Material _
I For Justice of Supiemo Court 0 Years: Vehicles Carriage Wagon t
R. FENWICK TAYLOR: connection with the Nautical Pre- ,
+ paratory School,In which AttorneyG. M.
k For Justices of Supreme Court: Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
I Robbins, of this town Is much Interested,
} I ROBERT s.8. COCKUELL.TIIOMAS 8IIAUKLEFORD.. an ADVOCATK oorrespondaut sends us First-Class Repairing, and Painting Etc. Etc. WE WANT EVERY GROWER

J. B. W1HTFIEL1) the following:
The attaint of the tidal! Preparatory IN THE STAT,::: TO NAVE OUR BOOKS I

e; l For MINOR Circuit 8.Judge JONES: :! School so-called, whose ship. Now: :::: Is the ':I'irc..e.: : "FLORIDA VEGETABLES complete manual on Florida Crops.
the bulk olthe
Pennsylvania, constituting
available assets of the corporation MO CALL AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION OF A "FLORIDA ORANGE4"-A; book of IIplIclallntel.et.t to Orange Growers

COUNTY TICKET. Is In the hands of a receiver, will be Fin.e: iamond.Our "FLORIDA S'l'RA ERRIES.-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivation
r'' 'n. ,.. well aired according to present Indications and Fertilization."
For State Senator: f; as quite number o> suits have stock Is .,8fl118rlle. and we are In a position to show you any size,loose. or "IRISH POTATOEg.-Booklet on "Soil l Seed: Planting and Cultivation,Effect
been brought In behalf of numerous mounted gem that you want. Our specialty Is Fine Diamond end Illfrh-gradn
.
FRED HUDSON. i.i .
\ creditors. Waltham and Elgin Watches. Diamond Brooches, from f.lllO; to 1,000 each, and of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping.1"PINEAPPLE
i For Representative: '->' As yet no statement of the assets or money-saved on every purchase.Hess FE rCUIZER8..Of special Interest to Pineapple Growers, -
CLAUDE F. OLMSTEAD. liabilities has been (given out. It Is "IDEAL FERTILIZERS"-Bo<'k showing' all our different Brands, Analysis, !
known, howeyer that upward of 100
P For Judge! & Price ;
County : Slager etc. '
cadets, they were called were
A. D. PENNEX'. boys, New: and revised editions of the above! just published, sent free for the asking.
sail for
E aboard the ship ready to foreign
.
For Clerk of Circuit Court;} climes when the petition for a.reoelre- DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY I
A. A. STEWART. ahlp was died and that under the termsof 11 and 18 Main: St. A c. L. WATUU INSPECTg: $ W. Bay St. ,
.t. the management each boy was aupposo,1 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA., : JACKSONVILLE. .FLORIDA13LOBE
For Sheriff: to have paid In something like ___ -__ -. .-_u--_ -- -____ "" I
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BROWN
J. --
+ P. 11,180: for his tuition and expenses. j
For Prosecuting Attorney: :'. Some of the boys had also depositedsums THE ANHEUSER BOSCH 1 1I
C. I.. GAULDEN. M with the treasurer of the institution ., I
For Tax Assessor:: to defray the cost of little excursions I.>... '
p. A. MCMILLAN, .. they proposed to take ashore BrewIng Asso's.ramane K r, ..7 \
s when" they reached the other side. Someof 1
f, For Tax Collector\ : tied and tj:;
this money also was up quitea = I
E. W. HALL. 8k.Loaf Keg and Bottled ,
R' number of the boys found themselves i
For County Treasurer: 1 stranded here. Bmr. GASOLINE t {
JOHN HENRY. .. Half a dozen of the Instructors, who Bold t>j 1M..n.A.Lousy and ,;

r For Superintendent of Schools: gave up remunerative positions high R.I..M tlowTltiiBYill.,n .
H ; JOHN R. WALKER schools and academies to accept places '
Mr.R.I..Mellow,Cocoa,FU.
i.' For County Surveyor: on the Nautical Preparatory Schoolshlp, 87 MARINE ENGINES ;
''
the bauds
J. O. FRIES have placed their claims of r.
r law firms and are pressing for a settle JOSEPH ZAPF c 3
L For County Commissioners: ment. Z
WM. R. WALKER. One of the moat Insistent of the credit; Sole Agent. 0'i LQHI 41 .r;; '
JOUN R. MIOT. ton Is George M. Robbins of Tltnsvllle. .tY. "'.
", It. A. CONKLINO. Fla., who represents that tae was Inducedto .I 9 := f,
JOHN D. JONES.J. Invest In the Institution bepause some 610 to 620 West Bay Street f2 I
FRANK BELL. well-known men's names were used by I J f=I: O
For Members of School Board: the promoter., and the Supreme Court JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
A. J. CARTER. baa granted a motion made In his behalf I !
n. F. HARDESTY. that his attorney be permitted to Inspect WALTON SELF-LOCKI NG BLOCKS. i THE S. B. HUBBARD CO.
the by-laws of the corporation to .
l J. M. ORUEL. Patented In all countries. Only tackle .
.
ascertain their provisions.The kind In the 1Jacksonville
block of the world. Fitted -
: petitioner says that he was Induced with the celebrated VI nton Roller = -A.. *:JJSrTs-
.' to entrust the tuition of his son, :;;
THE: world's fair IndIan. have Bearer. Useful In any place where
In
Rufus, to said corporation advance
struck and \home. L'ke hoisting U done. With these blocks ,* Florida. tqk
gone. by a false prospectus Issued by said
do the ,
can work of two. .
one man ;
a,' Buffalo Bill's noble Red Men, when corporation. Thousands sold in the north. Call ,
he took them abroad and got too and see them In working order at this }
n.Hr Ireland, they wanted to tee JOB PRINTING of all kinds don at office, or the store of Jas. Pritchard A 1r.it WRITE FOn CATALOG .
this office, at reasonable rates. Give AND PRICES..
tleir ould xnltberi. Son TUo.yUl.
us a share of your work. I

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LAST: COASr ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 4, 1901.. 4 5

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Stuart. T't I E'''>'I' )..;'", GEORG MARX, .. JOHN AIARX.A. '
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. : ." :
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Are now felling Sewing Machines ON EASY PAYMENTS.: E. L. Squire 'alto; spent the winter Mr*. E. J. LuQgwas I .a ploivunt}Caller.v .. :: :: coq

here last season., Is I booked to arrive this at Kdenwood ooRiMay.George ) .

SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS week. SauDefers. \ and Mrs. Charles' y Corner Bay and Julia Sts.,' JAl'KSONVJLt.El'I.A.

Robert McFarland and tom MoFarland Campbell! and oUtUWti. spent lust Sunday '
.
Our Direct Representative, \ Is at your service; have arrived and will spend tbs wjn.ter' In Eden WHOLESALE GROCERS
here as usual
Drop us a card and be will call on yon. ,s,, Maurice Golifrmtth, of Port Pierce,
SOLD Miss Amy Kitching la visiting friends was n pleasant vl.fk>r to this place last 1
DEWING MACHINES OR REXTED. From 10 to 20 discount "
cent
per at Pablo Beach, and U not expected home WedueaUay.Mtsdamos.. ,
allowed) for old ronchtnas. All makes of Machines Repaired. Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
for several week .
!
Needles, Belts, Kto., for All Kinds of Machines. !: ( 'SfHl jft'>t>l. Richards droveto

The boys have !gotten together and organized Kurt Pierce IftsiTliured.iv" and dined >

DO NOT USE: POOR OIL:-For use on sewing machines, writ- a bane bull club. They. will holda with Mint James; Andiews." Local Agents for Indian River A Lake Worth Pineapple snoeliHlon. %
lug inachinot, biCyolea and ah recalling a fine lubricant\ the business mooting this week. and
piiiposes
Wolfe Mrs.
Mrs. W. F. J. i/. Le- perishables
beat Is, cheapest| the end. Ueuulne SINGER OIL can only be ob- Tomorrow, t 8-Uunlay", ; Is club day at the Touineau, were the guesiH of Mrs.( Gifford -, Send us :your fruit and veget bles. Our facilities for handling a'cannot'

tained at Singer .,orp... Gilbert. Bar YucJit Club, and it is expected at the T. C. C., tasCThuuuUy afternoon be equaled in this market.

there wllrbo Urge gathering ," '
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ADDRESS THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO., A. K. iliMulleu, the popular representative Mrs. Maude'Richards bas a fine'Cl'OP I WE CARRY ,A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED, ;

of Ghase A Uainey, of Miami, of oranges/ on her near *
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COCOA, FLORIDA. youngahlpped : r------ ------- --- ----- -- -f. -- :
Is here, looking after business for his Fort Pierce. She fifty :;;

tirra. boxes; and will ship many' more.C. : Fort Pierce. \r CIRCUIT COURT. JI.

qrga.n.s, Organs, Orga.n.s: J. Plate has his new homo well under A. Robinson and wife, and Miss ', '.. 'i''
way. This is 'a two story fmtivo, and 1 Robinson, returned homo on ,
Sunday:
Repaired-made to sound like new. Price $3. Drop us a card when you have will add quite a good deal to the appearance Although they had .A dellghtlul trip, The Presiding Elder, :Mr. Pasoo; hold Since our last report of the C'lroalt _

work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK COCOA, FLA. of the town. they are glad to be homo" again. service In the Methodist church, Sunday : Court proceedings; before Judge Jones, +

morning.A. I at Tltusvlllo, there was only one case
-- -- Kobort Stockton, of Little River, was Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cure ton returnee

..."' ''.......''.....''...' ':-...... ....''..''s a prominent visitor here this week. Mr. Sunday evening from tholt trip to yt.: tnsvllle. 1(,and Wilson returned left, Saturday Monday, for night TI. I tried bye jury, and that was the Stateof i
i" Stockton: oonJucts the leading mercantile Louis and other places. They are both on Florida! vs Burton Burk, who. wns'

business In his town. looking fine and we are glad tosoo them accompanied by Mm. Wilson and Doris, charged with assault, with I Intent to commit !

EAST COAST NEvVS. Glass Bros. large new fish houso and home again. The Rev, Mr. Day, of Sanford, held murder, the Jury found him frailty f ;
services In St. Andrews church, Sunday of aggravated assault And the Court!
long wharf, which was erected just bo- County CoramlNHlonar Belt wan a welcome .
******************** fore the storm, was! entirely swept away visitor to this place on Monday morning and evening, to largo/ congregations sentenced him to pay a floe of 931)0.00:! )
They will commence at once to rebuild. lIe came to Inspect the roads since .. i and costs or go to the penitentiary for

the g Jp. Although the outlook\ Is very The countenance of one year.
genial our worthy
i Newsy Notes Contributed E. Simmons has 1 he framework erected The whole of the cattle
t>v Our Regular discouraging he-hopes to Ret them I In sberlll, Joe 1'. Brown, was seen on the case were<<
for his new home, on the property recently before moons", continued to the next term of Court. '
shnpe "many I
Corps of EuHt Coast Oori-OHponclents. purchased Loa, Mrs 110 g. He( streets on qndIYVo are always that: State of Florida vs Robert Ltpsoo'nb i

i. i has just finished planting two acres of Mrs. Maude Richards entertained the to nee \\m.}\ i and Jessie Small, charged with breaking 4

TTT... 0 N1. TTTT N TT...'. 1NN......... NN._N.. .. pines. young ladles and "Hallowu'on." Tuesday night Judge Penney, of TItusville. and entering a dwelling house ana
They hud a fine time bobbing for apples was' Initiated Into the art of! whom the Grand! Jury .reoomme dct\
wads will l have Lupton & Co. are busy as can be p '.,. and trying their fate in mauy ways. woodcraft Quite a niyiilior of the mombers should be held over until tbe meeting
Melbourne. I charge of the auxiliary pat'Ing for the winter fish business. The ones who looked In the mirror at
!
were In attendance of the next UI'I\IIII Jury, In of no effect
houseboat Mallard, one of Dr. Weld's'tine They are building new boats, and expectto midnight are much confused for In
one as the constitution or the United !States!
yachts.Mr. do .good business. This Is their at l least the fellow The Box: l Social: at Ty'ur's' hotel on
,
case, wrung appeared. and State:: of Florida' forbid Innocent wen

_P" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, Stevenson, of Savage, baa moved first season here. A few of the neighbors surprised Frank Tuesday net proceeds night amounted was a granll to !nearly success.$,IO.X Tim( ) being! kept In I prison six:: months withouta

the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Into town and taken one of the Ruescb George Parks lost the bulkhead of his Richards Saturday evening It being his Mr. Frank made'' an excellent trial, moreover Jessie :o\lIlaliwa. turned

received at the Melbourne Postofflce. cottages.H. pier lu the hurricane. The new F. E. C. birth clay, lie was completely surprised. auctioneer, and Tyler carried the boxes away 1 out of jell, \ on the (Uy the Grand

L. Jordan returned safely from the K'y dock Is completely repaired and thereIs The evening was spent In various games. up and realizing live dollar. Maltythanks Jury met, Monday, Oct. 21th, aDd the
RICHARD W. GOODE_Real Estate Notary un Immense amount of business being other youth, Robert Llpxoomb Is out OR
arduous duties One requiring artistic skill revealed
Pumlo and Conveyancer. of a grand juror at Tltnsvllle awotlth are due Mm. Baohus and Mrs.
Agent for jtcrna; done In Iliac of town. small bond F. J, Wel b and W. L Met- ,
Liverpool and LondonandOlobaandliarttorI last week.. part of the same which was quite unexpected. Goodwin for excellent MOUNTS rendered
Fire Imturunca Cumntule Special' attentlon It would be bind to All the much self Is looking/ after the Interest of
Capt. R. D, lloke, of Jensen, arrived allY enjoyed evening vary t
to W. J. Ctomson
paid tbe Interest or noo'811180ta. Capt. ; of Taunton, Robert Llpncomb.Court .
which was bust, but we think Mrs.
Mann, arrived In Eau: Oallie on Wednesday at Call'o. III., with the Loimebour, Everglades )Frank RIcliAids dvKorvod, tlin !Mrs. G. H [lillie, who has. been stn>lng tcrmllll'IfICI'on HatimUy.
HOTEL JtELt.EVUEI..lb.mrno., Florida. A ,'vW 1<'. E. C. I"',. Wudnesday, October ;lU'h healthy winter resort on hlnh vine luiui, over 1 after laying In HU|>|>lias, proceeded on hisway ; her Oft In the Btllly night. ..
of Eden the
looking Indian Hlv r. Rat...: f'J and upward C, G. Redstone borne for JLoulit kindly responded t urgent POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMEN.7"'ritnevllle
was a day tot Mo.
or : It Is Indeed too true that this -
the members of
per day. Special rate. per week or season.. I corres- request of !oJt Andrews
Write for rates to .Madam :E. M. Campbell two tills. Mr. Redstone is engaged: on a The following Stuartlto/ attended the dondent was mistaken about the sailor 'church, and came to play the organ for in-rr-i-j- *

Manager; ,R. W, Caiupbeil,Proprietor. contract at-Malabar. Carnival at Jacksonville: Harry Richards, bring chained to the'deck and left to moiulug and evening service. Mrs 1 Fin.: Nov' ::1, IQQ,&,

Walter Lewis Clark, of New Jersey, Is Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mlms' of Bona- wife and two sons, Robert McPherson drown, for he went up on the train, the Illne U an accomplished musician, and To My Friends.I .

visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. venture, were !guests of Dr. Sarah O. and wife, Jurd Schroeder, wife and very same one, much battered and the membeis are always grateful for her leave
W. B. Castle. Hodgson, this week. baby.and Miss Amy KitoKlng. banged, but he told all about It, and he gracious concession to play for them. beg to announce now, that two
I I Is the one who said the escaped convict years hence, I do not Intend to be a
The Erllch Brothers, of Fort Pierce, A jolly dance came off at McMillan's E. Su'dlow, the British consul at Jacksonville stayed aboard. If that too,was u lie, then :Mrs. Lillian\ Lane \nave a delightfulllellowe'eb candidate for re-election.
furnished the music for the dance, last Hall on Saturday eve last. Melbourneand bas returned home after attending we think It was,*a pity he had not !got party to a select number of '
Wednesday evening. other: points were represented.B. to business matters pertaining to left aboard. We never doubted the young people last week Mulo and I take this opportunity to thank you +

the wrecks on the Atlantic coast at this It was told and /games were a feature of the evening, and all, for the generous support you hate
story again again by
Messrs. Alex Ooodn and Claude Beau. F. Treat has lost received a new ; ,
point. Mr. :Sudlow:! made many friends ever so people. The must delicious refreshments were served In given me, You have been doubly kind .
jean spent Tuesday out hunting, returnIng row boat. It was built In the Houston while here. many pallors abundance. When the stars began to ,
In the evening well loaded with yard at this point, and Is substantial and tr have hated the Captain to have told blink sleepily the guests bade their and I am satisfied. ,

game. comfortable.Born Rev. Tompkles preached here, Sunday such stories charming hostess good night, each expressing While I shall always continue to take

Rev M. Walker, new Rector of the to Mr. and Mr., Ed. Braddock, morning, to one of the largest in congregations Mesdames 'Jllchards entertained the themselves well aatl.flelwltb an active interest In our County and Usaflalrs
that ever assembled the Method
Episcopal oau'rcb arrived a little daughter. Mother And child are E. T. C. very delightfully last Wednesday the evening's enjoyment), .
Tuesday, with 1st church. The lenftou was from Islahllv .. It is my desire to do so as a (Private
.
afternoon. If the Indies had known
both well and Mr.
his Braddock
family, and will\ the wears a --
this occupy rectory broad smile. :2. Text from Psalm oil, 13-14. just what was before them, there would citizen.
winter. We extend a welcome to There will\ be services next Sunday. Dianatroun Wrecks., '
them. baa been some studying of gardener'scatalogues. Your. most truly,
Jno. Nicholson, sailing\ master, for It was lots of fun to try to Careleiisuoss ts responsible for many a JOHN IlKNnv
Mrs. John Goode and daughter, Mrs. Capt. Clemson, is working on the yawl, E. Stypmann, manager for the EastCoasfFlsh guess the names of all the plants, hiddenIn railway wreck and the same causes are
I.. C, Princess. The vessel will\ be In Co. at this point. Informs us human from County Treasurer.
Moore will return home next Sun. commission the cunning little flower pots, and making wrecks of suffei era .
day much this week. that his company will have more boats throat and troubles Hut since ,. A
pleased and benetltted by ( enter them In the catalogues. All did lung ---
their summer's outing in the mountainsof "' Mrs. Albertine Treutler donated a than ever this season. All the fishermenare well, but Mrs. J. II. LeTournoau had the advent of Dr. King's New Discovery '
North Carolina.A. busy getting ready for the first big the number of for Consumption, Coughs and Colds
handsome sum to the school bell and run of fish, which I.) expected about the greatest correct answers FOR SALE." .
Williams arrived' last week from flag fund. Mrs. Is always a generous 15th of this month. (the first time she ever got ahead),so she even the worst oases can be cured aud
received the first prize and Mis Fred hopeless resignation l I. no longer neces
Mass home, and will spend the winter at the giver worthy objects. J. C. Hancock and wife, Frederick Hudson tbe second. vary Mrs Lola Cragg of Dorchester, Over 1,000 acres on Indian River ffta. 4,I
of bU
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Chas. .R. E Mlms was In town this week Inspecting Hancock and Stanley Kltchlng, have returned Mass, l is. one of many whose lite was BUILDING LOT,* WILD L.uW. .
Williams, much to the of hls.two 8. F. Webb started from Eden wood
delight
the school this .
graded at point.He from their trip to St. Loins Mo., saved by Dr. King's New Discovery.This .
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bright grand children. In .n. hurr nl # _Hlta.. ORANGE
I expresses himself as pleased with the Chicago and Cairo III. They speak In .oo daughter who .oo moat great remedy. Is guaranteed for all &IGRAPEF UI1' GROVES .
;
I Mrs. Geo. M. Brown spent last week progress made by the pupils. glowing terms of the St. Louis FIlr. and wife and spent Gala throat: and lung diseases. Sold.at Red PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, ,
week In Jacksonville. When he reached )
in Jacksonville, and on her return she Hallowe'en passed oil with the usualboyish say that the prices there are not as high Cross Pharmacy, I'rlcej00./ and $1.00. j I
the "Merwin washout" his horse
W to
was PElt ACKTC
1,000
Trial bottles free. -
was accompanied by Miss Mattie Brown. fun, A few signs aa they expected to find them.
were
myster- bogged and to make u bad matter
worse
Miss Mattie Owing to health wilt sell
Is looking well after her poor owner of
rously changed eto. On tbe whole the
be met team at the with load
a bridge a
If. W. Bessey has a force of men layIng -
summer outing In the North. desired i
boy. behaved decorously. any quantity cheap on obey
very the foundations of his residence on of lumber. There Is not room enoughfor Merritt. ,
Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Mlddleton, the Capt. J. II. Andrew. arrived I I. Eau the bank of the river near the Danforth two wagons to pass. He had to vet terms Rare opportunity for profitable '1

:Misses. Eva, Mahje and Mary Middleton Gallie, Tuesday last, aud will lit up the house. Mr. Bessey is'one of our oldest out III tbe mud and get his companion Investment '

Mr. John Philadelphia Master FredMiddleton Dixie for the winter's cruising. The residents, and this Is the first real residence to carry his son. He turned Into the Mr. Gilbert and wife have returned to JA8. HOLMES, .(

of Pa., arrived vessel was In Hodgson's yard during the he bas built since he located In ditch and let the'load of lumber get Merritt after spending the summer In 11." Jensen FU
last week, much to the delight of their Captain's trip North. this section. We have not the plans before by. In the meantime the train came New York.

Melbourne friends, who are always us, .., cannot describe It, but It will\ and went, and the good wife could not
ready to welcome them back., The suction pump and dredging ma- be something that every Stuartlte will understand why she received such a Mrs. Thompson wife of postmaster is ? f f.A
chinery of Alex Near, Is now here and be proud of. cool greeting, but when he arrived with Thompson, has returned for tbe season! / What Viavi ?
The Hallowe'en entertainment at Edu. I(,a being put In readiness for work. Mr. his tale of woo, he wits' forgiven.A from Columbus, 0,
ncational Hall, last Monday evening, Near's first contract, Is dredging out a H. W. Besaey, Homer Wltham and
given under the able management of channel Into Crane creek, at Melbourne. Will Dyer have purchased the cargo of L. Tbursby, who spent the summer at
Mrs C. J. F. Campbell, was a great suo- lumber from the wrecked bark, George ltunAway lllcycle Now York' b.. arrived at his home ntMerrill.
ces. Mrs. Campbell was assisted by the The LR.JtL.WF.&I.Caat this Valancla. The George Valanala left Terminated with nn ugly out on the lIe says It was too cold. for simple vegetable compound; ne&\oe. y (

following talent: Mrs. E. M. Campbelland point, have just installed a fine Daimler Pensacola In September with a cargo of leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin OroV e' III. him north and tissue food ; a home treatment. : '
Mrs. Chas. Stewart, rendered some motor In one of their fast launch. The lumber for South America, and was It developed a stubborn ulcer unyleilInICto Miss C. B. :Moore has been enjoyinga
fine music on the piano; the Quaker vessel will be used on the Banana river, caught In the tropical hurricane which Doctors and remedies for four years. two week. visit at the demblor Cot- Viavl suppositories and cerate for "'"-- ''jj

Play, by Jamie Gard, Mrs. Wm. Hoke where the Company have extensive In swept up the Florida coast In October, Then Bucklen's Arnica Halve mired It. tape Tltusvllle.\ one of the best boarding ,

and the Misses Nellie Gar<>, Mollle terests. ______________ and was driven ashore right in front of It's just as good for Burns, Scalds, houses on tile East Coast. al diseases, piles, ulceration, fistulas,
Nicholson, Viola Horton, hndle .Hoke, the Gilberts Br House of Refuge In the fckln Eruptions< and Pile. 23o: at the
Alma Martin and Fannie Hoke, was excellent He Could Hardly Get up.P. middle of the night./ Of the crew of Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle flu. Mr. Munelmao, of HarrUUurg. Pa', prolapsus and tumors t Call or ...d j,
; also the play, "The: Mislaid Pro- twelve men, five were drowned. One of has leased the Wigwam, Mrs. ullll, .
literature
H. Duffy of Ashley III., writes, for Vlavl free.
by the Misses Gard, Nicholson, tbe suitors swam ashore with a small line cottage, for the coming six months, .and
Morton and Martin, and Messrs. Marian "This to certify Kidney taken and two It and hauled In a larger one on which tbe Indianola. his family are expected tomorrow (Saturday
bottles of Cure
Foley's
Salano and Sam Martin; The Phantom crew came ashore. It Is a miracle that ). .
has helped me more than other Florida Yiavi Co
March with "Face Lantern," by the fol medicine. I tried any advertised any were saved, as they landed at the Mrs..1. Mlot Otto R. Grosse )lute. of Providence, U. .
many returned I..t week from
lowing very young gents,was good: Masters most dangerous point along the coast, I., who bought the E. A. Cole orange
but of them
remedies none me York !
!gave any New State la Fla'iYTTTYTTTTTTYYTTTYYTrTTtlrvV
greatly Improved
Main 8t. Jacksonville
Fletcher Stewart Willie solid wall 2Q
of
a rock.
McBride relief. My Druggist recommended 10'00ley' right up against bealt h. grove two months ago, has made some :
Fritz Hawk, Frank Bennett and others.Foley' The deck of the ship came ashore in one very noticeable Improvements on his ..
Kidney Cure and It has cured me --- -- -
and the is all The Roabllngs, of Scranton, 1'a.:, have --
Before commencing Its use I was In sucha piece cargo piled up nearly place.' The trees are bearing/ finelook.lag
The bodies sailors again rented the Birds Nest, and are expected .
of the
in
one place. fruit and the field and vegetable
,
I Honey and Tar for coughs and shape that I could hardly get up when "
have not been found It Is supposed they down very soon. Is all the work that has
colds ; garden showing
\ ; reliable, tried and tested safe and once down. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy
, sure. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy. Titusville. are under the lumber, Almost every available house or room been done In so short a time.If UNIYERSITFti

In Indianola, baa been rented for the :you have anything to sell, lease, or

! Eau Gall TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The Foley's Honey and Tar always stops coming" season. 'Still there Is room for exchange you will find the ADVOOATNso I __ OFiFLORIDAJ '
the cough and heals the! lungs. Refuse more .lIxCftlleD& advertising medium fpr It ---

I substitutes. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy Mr. Gilbert, of Kransrllle. Tod., who not only has a big circulation between t'

" following ate the times of arrival Tltusvllle, Fla., recently bought' the Baldwin place, at Jacksonville and Key West, but circulates 't ,
SARAH C: HODOSOf: -PnvMcuiit lAiro 8uaI and departure of passenger trains to and Merritt, was calling In our "burgh'* on quite largely throughout the North -.

I OEOKaa. Gallle Florida.. from TI tnsvllle: Monday sod West Everybody Indian River .' \

SOUTHBOUND., South Rockledge. George Ford, of Lockbourne, Ohio, should subscribe for the newsy pink :
Squally weather during the first of the 100 has rented Jake and paper.J. .
week Leav..Tita.villefotMlamlaad, I pm Field's house, with I FIRST-CLASS PROVISION ]
:
his daughter. HI.'l'ora, spent the
Intermediate points at j 10-M: pm C. Carter has finished his new, fine-
F. M. Smith baa disposed of the cattle O. W. Schuyler took a trip to Jensen winter here last. year, will be down the looking launch, with 5 h. p. Globe en -FOn- J
he owned on the range west of Eau iroBTHBOtnrD.LeaTeTltusvlllefor to visit his son, lost week. latter part of this month to occupy It, gine. Air. Carter expects to make up a I
Jacksonville/ *:llsm A IMW Ojrumaiilaui. Si
Galtle.\ I Mrs. C.: D. Provost, of Georglana, was r.. B. bavfen, of Columbus, Ohio, a I party of neighbors sod frUndsat Merrltt BODY' SiUiHll. ' '
Jno. Edwards, sailing master for Dr. and Intermediate points at J 1:13 p m visiting her parent on Tuesday. personal friend of A. S. Humphry's 'and lodUnola, and take them to Tltus MIND I A large o
: aailylppwilalmltm.
C. U. Weld of Boston, is booked for Tltn.Tlll" for Banrord ._- .. 10 a.m of Indianola, passed away Oct. 23: at the vllle. There will probably' ,be 23 In tbe : ..,
Eau Galle on Monday next .Capt. Ed. Arrives THusvlue from Baoford 130 pan J. F. Wooten Is still Improving hisgrove ribs old age of 88. Mr. Davis WM the party, and all will\ pay a visit to the MORALS' Our .
clearing: more land and setting Inventor of the cowcatcher that Is used ADVOCATE oJ ce. This trtm-looking moral. in | (

_u__ _. out more trees. > on all the railroad the world over. launch was launched on Monday at one auod P8GlaU.8''

********************** Averl'll td p. m., and .. she struck tbe water, was :, .-
* t
Addreeei THE
"**" remain In Wisconsin, so he can Tote and by the Ideal 4
I northern people as an Carter. Three cheers and a tiger were Lake
J Jwmz ,
:: Fire Insurance "save the country. place for winter homes;, and Indlanota\ given to the launch; also Commodore '

E. K. Breese Is putting op a hog proof having the creek and marsh, tbe feeding Carter for his splendid snoces. The AAA4A4AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA..

: i. If Your House Goes Up In Smoke and fence around bis /grove, and he hopes It place for duck and kate. so convenient, boat made Jts trial trip on Tuesday, Mr.
It Is own will be tramp proof also. Is a very desirable place In which to liveby E. I'. I'orcber being the starter of the
v loose everything your : \
:: a you those fond of fishing and hunting. engln The Idle Hoar behaved well, .
sufficient : and Mrs. J. Frey spent four daysat
.. fault. FIRE INSURANCE Mr.
The Merrltt
from to Cocoa
enjoying the Carnival flrsttrlp by .' ,
*:* r>. ... -r, to cover the value of the property and and Jacksonville a splendid time.J. A ollcemairi(. Testimony- 2ora. Carter, his wife, Mr, and Mrs. 'I .
r :-ti household effects should be carried. j report Gurney and Mr. and :Mrs. Otto R. Grouse ,
:: ::: '\.. rt C Holder who baa charge of the J. N. Patterson night policeman of and daughter was made on Tuesday "
w r Kates! are not high. The companieswe Nashua. I.... had
and Cox grove, was In this part the first of writes "Last winter I afternoon. I
: we represent are solvent, reliable :: a bad cold on tried at leasta I
and
the week, and report the orange crop ray lungs
t. liberal. All Claims promptly paid. .
aT1t,, lo bis section to be fine. half dozen advertised cough medicines ,
Write us for rates on your property. and had treatment from two physicians W. A. Herman of Finch Ark., writes,
:: ... _. Don't neglect to take out a policy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Paxton returned without << benefit. A friend 'I wish to report that Foley's Kidney 1.t t

i :;z; Schuyler; & Wilson :: from their visit to Washington on Friday recommended Foley'. Honey and Tar Core has cared a terrible ease of kidney f I ,
: last. They have been visiting their and two bottlee eared I consider II and bladder trouble that two doctors i (
me.
TITUSVTLLJ:. FLORIDA. :: eon Rupert, wbo baa been very sick, but tbe greatest cough aad lung medicine la bad given up." Sold at the Red Cross FLORIDA I

.*. -:.rkMtititfntit1kitkirMNN_ .. I* better now. tbe world." ltd. Cross ; Pharmacy, TUnavllle\ Fie. '
.........,." ,." ,. Pharmacy.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER4. 1904. .

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I A crop that pays: may not their efforts successful or productive' Florida East Coast Ry.I I
They are tbe people who abbftr detail
i{ pay as well as it' should.Potash. and dislike close observation and will r ,. I

j therefore never make: suceewful students LOCAL TIME CARD No. 56. In Effect June 4, IlIO ,

of character from noting tbe way '
In which other people open the door. OUTMBOVMO-lteAD DOWN. .O"'MBOUND-1t1A1 III.M ..

The foregoing hints, while not by
N.. I $STATION FiFi; ,
any means exhaustive, will JMI,. Nye ly :

is a plant fo..d winch all l crops mllAt hive lieved serve to put the + ,....... JaaoBVlil. ..................... S as
Without sufficient Potash to feed tbe right track and those w' .. o-JaakaxmTllU ..,.....
'
upon CSpFf 11IU 10 bee tea.,....................' ..ee.Ausa.gde.. ::........:: T 40k
no crop can reach that ficiently Interested may 11 57 a....... ...... Baatlnj...... ............. I MaIKt
point where it pay /, itKxpenmcnts er ure and no 1IUJ profit from U Ma,.... .X. iala.tkaAr ................ 1 a a

have iltmonstratrd ings which the manner In 14 ........ ..................Palatka., ....... ..,..LV .lea
friends enter the room ; uB Lr ...,,.,,Palatka. At
the value Tra
t
I ..i h
of I'otash. )S1 way; Afford them.-Chicago 1 o tUpA,. .. .....................8a. N..... ..........................I .r t qk OA .... lot..a Lv N................ ....8 nM*_.. .... .. .................. Ar Mi u:

W. will send see, ITo Pay No Car* ntOSll> W-" -; L. .................... .N.ora. ...............:.....I.T trio 0/
la farmer who "Mister." said a little I Id p ............-................BuanetlL............ ................. saesp .
4 any i ...._.......................Dupont. .. ...........' ............. I. .
wl'I! writ for it, herb doctor or "root ii P ...._.......................0''OD4......,...................... I" .
i litlli book that will, is sometimes called in It P .. .. ... .. ..,.Daytona...................... ...,.... ..aat
lire (..".. In full h I P ....,. :..........:........Po.'Orn(...,.......................... 1 tl a
{ "mister, mamma says them I 00 p .........,..................N-w ......................... M a
GERMAN} KALI! ;you sold her didn't do no i 7D..............................0aIL 11111..c.. ...................... INaI
as ..... ......................Tltu.TlUfc........._........ ....... II
WORKS she told me to ask you to t 14 p p ......:........................Ooooa.Kookledc. .......................:...... I Sic a
P New V.rk- some other kind this p ............................. ................ ............ 11'1'' .
,J Niwm 5tre.,..r which M 55 p.. .. .. ........K... Omlll............ .................. 114 aa
Id she placed the empty n / p .....::.................. Melbourne.Btbm.tUn. .. ....."' ................ 1 Ma.
AdllMI 1 fl22M ;- 1+ doctor' rickety; desk. i p............................ ............::................. Jltea 11
S. BnuH St.HANDLING l .. ........... !
OS 45p.$1. l.uul...,... ... ..... Jt OIa a :
"Lemme see. said the 11* ...'........l"t. rl......__.....,..... .. .. 14! ,. !
p. IIH
adjusted his glasses and J M4tk 11 p ............... .............Tlbb.I.......... ...::...:..:...: IS.
c. __ 1 his book. After Sailings 11 p ...._................ ........Bd...._........ ...................... 1 t/,
inspecting fff to II ...............................J.oewn ..... N.
for n few moments be I M p ...................... .Stuarl.................:.:.:.......: n. ?,
THE DOOR said W. e p..................... ...... obi ..ulHl........................... O /Nu a
: and NEW YORK. 1 n p ..... .... _........./Welt Jop4t.r.............._.......... 1'
"Humph, humph! I see 4 Ma N p....................;..... w. Palm lI.aofk .......................... C I YaW
trouble Is. You tell yo' oe P...............................Boyntoo............................... / 0 r a>
THE WAY IN WHICH4rf bONE : ..... ....... ..... n
IS 18 dat she nevnh paid fur dem ston S. C., both ways) f is 1.Oi p :. ... .:::..........Ft.'Lied.r.yrd.l..... ......:::........'.:;. P //lei
AN INDEX TO CHARACTER. she got an' tell her she : 11p.............. .............. Hallan<1al ...................,.......... III ssp
in the Coastwise Service N .... ...........:....._...L rnou C..,............................ p eNa
dem to do bar no good 'cep'n p too* 41p A............. ................ ,a Opening, Clonlnir and H-ron .b. Mann tur "Llpplncott*.

.r of. Knocking For Admittance and Southern Lines. sADironD: OJt.A1'll'GE' OITY BBANCH.Be. .
AU Cilr a Good Lln. on nn. ..d'. California Prune !Service Between '

;Vltlauf. )'.... ..114r:< f Are made from the fresh and all Eastern Points MJ Ih'AnOJr" 1>:ily 11'U.'i Pally fltATKMM. DI K7 all*

fruit.used all over'the land to .
A pei-sou'a clulI'llcter.1s Inseparable refresh tbe stomach and ( ; S. O., both ways) 12 ..,....... 'I'.U1e.........A? 11 Kp I OOp 1010 I/T.T 8myrn.Ar M m,
f from him. .....,..... 0.0...........". 11 >>n 111 11 l11B9 Lv. Lake g.l.aAr i1 lOp
Never can bq extricate to keep the bowels active. WEEKLY.... ..SAILINGS.. ...:... ..: ... .. I" *...._....Hnterpri.a.A 11 OOa I0p LyranCltylr I ),
... .. from Lew( Wharf, Boston
} .. .. : "
liimself tram Its dominion. It In bin delicate Invalid can take ....... ......from loot of Gttlu iu. Street Jacksonville r....... Sanford ... ... .Ly 10 Ma OOp 11 el.Ar Or.XltyJe ,. Illfluday

ittens for constipation, r N.. U l No.IIDally M II NO.. ISDaily s,fo N*. ft
,i step bin very laugli, liver and bowel troubles, 'N cs nu
i Johns River Line. jr DallyXATPOBT
l Cough sneeze'or' the way In which be griping or pain. They act Datly. except Ddty Meepkaand'y D.Ily Daily Daly
surely cumulate digestion oly: sends r.nly
eats bin lunch given him nwuy. Nothing (DeBary Line.)
the passage and absorption of H P 100 p 110 a LT J'okaonT'e& TOO e N a 09 p l0
that vio do but server to wake ua fioslilngtue whole body 100 AND SANFORD. 150 D MP tip Slip OllaeaJaea.uavtl.! Ma0a eels 'I e5p 6I I ;
i known to those whose perception lateen at the Rod Cross' I'harmaoy, ; *.. Herosford(OeLanU), and intermediate land 5 D Up 30 p 40 ; 10 001 .Pablo Reach.. S 00 a1 2.0 p itp /
=
on the Kt.Jobu'.ltlyur. 1035 tOp0 P tl i. 1014a Atlantta Bash 1 T MitT 1 10 p
to Its 1VOa Iron
enough decipher meaning.Even
UMp 4lp $ oop 1tOaAr.Mayport Lv 40a 1501 1
the method of handling a door Safibatarlanlum In SONyILLE..alUl.1tED'IC DeHAnr."

marks the peruouallty of the Individ In tbe past Sunday has ; av.Jacksonville daily, except SaturdayeatBdop.In.: > PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAULCLOSK
ual. dully except Sundays,at 890 a. w.
much like other
? any day .
1 Let ua sex how uiuny way there are Now a royal decree has been BCHEDl'LE. Nuith Read OONMECTION mast AT miAMi WITH STKAMtHIP OP THC P. a O. .. cell"alllY mi
up.
t, cf opening a door( There ore at least changing the old order of .Jaekllunv..lle. ...... .. ... ............ 'rrlv. 100 a. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
air of them. The door may be opened the Westminster Oaxette. ....Palatka. ........ ......,.......... ieate 8 eo p. m.
Astor .......... ............ 81K p m.
; Abruptly or It WRY be opened slowly. tory and workshop must clo ...St. I.ranol.! ......... ........... Leave :1 I 00 p. IU Tb.M Time TaM_allow the timr.at watch trains nay ba axi+eb.d to arty.and NMh
"! It may be opened gently 'or promptly, and ordinary shops will not .. .. (UeLaud) .. ... ,...............I.eav. lOOp. m. hrom thvarmral taUoo. bat their arrival or dapartai at UM UBMloiraootftaCompa .. etotiMl _! naraatMd. ,
to remalu .. Santord" .. .... ...... ... ".. .. ..Leave I ao a. m. y hold IMalt racponMlbla for ..1' d.lay or any --... .. arising ttm.
( And It may be "knocked at" for one open after 11 : ..Enlerprh............... ........... Leave 1000 .. w. ..... .
'i.-, Of two reusous-first, because the per tort'uoon.Vhe! the natlou.il!
i son about to enter the room may be Is to bo permitted only'on Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Pot O.py of tb. LOCAL TXIOB OA&I or Other Iafor.aMe. I

,i doubtful to th? desirability of doingto occasions. Thousands of : .I'aan. Atc.| :204 Went Hay Jacksonville.. Fla. -
O. LDVKLL, Jaok onrllle. "SXS THE TJQKKT AOENT.D. ." i
been Superintendent
without forwarded to the
tapping first-of all
h ; or, second St...raoksonTllln. Fla.
11 because the door won't open unless which however Is deaf to .New York CLVUK M1LNK,O..n. Frt. A$., New York. t .3. RJLZUKJCR' : AjMt. Oen. Paa*. Atfant., 8"1'. AUGUUT.LRJB, ?'L,1. i
he strances. The WM. r CL.VUK A coL OIIneral Agents.
nearly smashes It off its binges. experiment
1 .&t St.,Opposite Battery Park New York.
< For instance con.lder the interesting one to watch .
\ case of the I
,s Agent, Titusville Fla.
man-oh, yes, It may be a woman for 1 Ii i
that matter-who comes in without Has Stood the Test 25 I

+ any ceremony whatever. The handle The old original GBOVK'S I,

turns quickly, and be stands before Chill Tonlo. You know Line I
1 jroti almost before you have time to taking. luls Iron and quinine Coast R'y; ,
less form. No cure no
look up from what ;you are about. lit pay, 1
Red Cross
.
lc altogether Illogical or absurd to be- Pharmacy I

Itevo that such an Individual (so quick Car Line from Florida.
< 101111 determined in doing a small thing An Hacllab Joke
"What people are always
41ke opening a door) should be ener- TilE EAST. .Southern'Railway
finding the biggest fish
,// :seU!!. brusque, bluff, perhaps tactless, coast?" [> Richmond and Washington thence
. ; but nevertheless "hearty" and able tog
I Kallroad. .
"Give it gists.'k' *
E'' "The English, because W
.will In right good earnest :,
THE WEST. .
find Wales.
i#+ Or take the 01)polllte.wu7 of door ways"011; pshaw! Wales Isn't Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio It. R. WORLDS FAIR ROUTE :
, opening-the cautious slow manner
"No you stupid. But don't
,
of entering a room. It takes the ,
VIA STEAMSHIP.
,
e lish drop their h's? '
person some time to turn the handle, Dealer. Company for New York, Phifadeldhla, Bos .
and be Heema to be Quite a long timeI York Washington and Baltimore. Via Sa- \ ,I ,
-- ----
brfore he appears to view. What will Trannporttaion Company for Balti "
.
I' :: such a person be like Well, a person .u- and Philadelphia. .. I .

t who takes upward of halt an hour to ., .. ''
: ) pv- ,xT -, .Fw Best Line to St. 'Mo.
; Louis
... open a door will take In all probability : : ANI HAVANA. "

a solid year and a half to do anything I Occidental Steamship Company.. ;," I 1 .
I yea''. In other words he will be slow '-
,,1 tardy, anxious and much inclined to' for all Points Superb Dining Car Service.

, put off doing what he should do today' I

until tomorrow, at least, until aa TICKETS.; ,

r late today as he possibly can. Such a N !Rood over 13,000 miles of among the princi .

I person generally needs his battles are on nalo by the principal agents.!
: Stop-overs going and retorting at Atlanta Knoxvllle Louisville and principal
fought for him by a forcible spirited! apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ,
Individual.The North Carolina Mountain Resorts. *
I At.( W. D. STARK, Tray Pass Agt.

gentle timid quiet soul ,opens I : tor Building JACKSONVILLE, FLA. See Illgh Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous Blue Grim
the door noiselessly. You don't even :: W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pa s. Agent and Louisville '.
Region Lexington .
know that he or she has come Into the N. C. ,

t' room at all. Their footfall Is almost t1 Free reclining chair care and hlgbclass'day coaches, Through Pullman sleeping

Inaudible and save for the testimonyof cars, Jacksonville to St. Louis. ..\.-, .

;your sense of. sight you would say >.A.H.I: >
that noboby vine was present. This <. Folders, rated, etc., cheerfully upon appplication.

I person hi wanting In strength of character ,. .
lacking In decision, so do not RAILWAY.

, put ;your faith In him too much. lie
-
"' r Will back out of difficulties and should ." -..'. '

not be relied upon In any great degree. ,--'FOR-

t Ou. tbe other baud, the brisk, prompt T. O. XsTJSUBCL: Diet.! Pans.Agt.,
turn of the door handle followed al. SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND ,. '"
,
most Immediately by the opening and 'Don't forget the PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, 10S West Bay St., L Jacksonville, Fla.
'
closing of the door suggest? animation S
" resolution, alertness and dependability with the fish on his -.

t In an emergency. For nearly thirty ( Trains Dally .
TUoao people who bang at the door been
has
Seaboard ,
Mail.
traveling
are1O'Outll, unrefined and more vig : ,

orous and well Intentioned than subtle world, and is still EQUIPMENT. .

or discerning. Those however, who bringing health and .
tap utly and Through Sleepeis Jacksonville to New Orleans. I
K; possess feeling are .. .
wherever he ..- ----- ----- ,---- --- --- --- ------ -
t eu.-mive and tender hearted. Mirthful goes. ; ,;

people perform a regular tattoo on the To the

fy door -while sober minded individuals brings the strength :. reservations call on any Agent Mallory Lines

e tap seriously and deliberately he so much needs. or Write
Some people regularly burst the door :
J To all and 1'sss. Agt. S. C. BO1TLSTON, Pass. Agt.
I oju-n. It It does not ;yield to gentle weak t

II'1 prensnre at once 1ly throw the weight children he gives FLORIDA.
of their whole person against It and SPECIAL PASSENGER--EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
I strengthening food. -- -- -- -
literally force It open. These are the
I
ti self willed folk the people who have To thin and pale\ EXPERIENCE DO YEAR** and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on tbe const

) bot tempers, who are terrible when he gives new firm -NO OVERCROWDlYG-

roused and who when stirred Into
rich blood.
red STATEROOMS3ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on there
action IMPORTANT
are thorough and never halt
lumrted abont anything. Children who first d1I- .hips, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of berth

.Now:; and 1 then we tint people who old man with the fish or the letlng'capaclt7 of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indivldui

Lave contracted a hnblt of actually and have service and attention. '
shutting the door carefully behind grown up TRAOK: MARKS

tin'n,. They belong to the careful at. of their own. Is 8 DCSIGNSCO"JltGHTS AC. PASSENGERS LEAVE' JACKSONVILLE EVERY- TRIDAY.

tiiuhe concentruUex class. He stands for Scott's '/ .
Anroneandlna.k.fehandd.tptknmavdul.ld ,certain wh.ther (See Schedule of Ships In Florid Times-Union) .
awe
Other l'rll.nllInil the door to. They! sion of cod liver ".. "" \I "",."'ab'y our' "opmnn" ".nhhl.. Communieo.ttnn.stvtetl7dmdd.ntw. as.
will disclose on closer Investigation pure NANOSOOK't"atDU LOWEST MATES TO NEW
an : for..ourn.Paunta.patentts YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
absolute Indifference for the feelingsof delightful food and a tmk.u tbrnrouyb Uunn Atftriat tau naive
; Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL the
emi aoti..wtthoata fc rv., la tb* through
ot\11'8-\\111' be self centered and tonic for children, for

esotlntlc. ':' Ii and for all who need for Scientificcnl.tlon Rrericaw.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

lople who only half nhutjthe; door ..... ....
strength. basdau.t.ry oV an,n.s.nuar.l n dr.rod .110', Latz.st 93 m- Through tickets sold to all northern points. For fall Information regarding( **
never carry anything to a finality. n toss. .5$.. Sold by.1tw.w.ee.l.r.. tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins, tickets etc.. apply co
They Inolc completeness and will not SCOTT A BOWNE f'!''Nt.I f. .
take the trouble and pains to make 40"-415 oOo. and Puarl yl.OOi Scr All.t.drui pa/reamsT.Newyrk ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent 214, West Bay Sreet, Jacksonrille FlorMte


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vriTI7SVILTJB. LANDSCAPE GARDENING. ,,: z1lrLnovleN '
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;: ... Sembler Cottage Trern, Shrubo and Hrnn KkllThere PlwwtInR i New ,' MELBOURNE, 'FLf !IE cfDA. .
..' ; ; vend II........ Hotel Carle tan, J Drevl\rl1) ." .
tqt. .f Oount
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1. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA the trauftpliiiitlug of trees aud.shruba. ,I Finely situated on a high bin ft overlooking the INBrjiN UIVKR.: ,{
In my opinion, baaed on expe II I Surf and till salt water bathing Hunting and 71shloll .Sanitary
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Open All the Year. deuce nil rinds tr x-M and hrub* coq) plumbing, furoace-heat and gaa. -Ilght. U'tesU: : per tf&y. and up. '
be trtuiHplnnted with good rut+re+tN Speolal by the week Pdvato Bathe
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Good Board and Attention tram the middle of October until ..+ ROBERTSON & FERGUSOX.DUYN ,
spring before growth stnrta. When nature _J -- -- -. _. -
Reasonable Rate
shows herself to to awakening Its
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!J time to tense tnuispliintluu troeu, :
Two doors from F., E.: C. Railway '
shrubs and herbaceous! plants, ,
"' + .' 'M % Stailo'n, TItuaville. For rhododendron.., azaleas, ilex and 'uv

laurels specially prepare the earth in '. RRYN MA YR,
MRS. A. J. 3EMBLER, Proprietress advance of their reception by mnklugthorough ..""9,,: l .' /,/. The Brynlawr l Hotel rE rz ,
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mixtures
of two-third", good .. ... # -- ---- .
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JACKSONVILLE. either /1 :

l prefer \ Blackmore, Min\ ( Absolutely Flre lroor.1)|) ',,' "'
WINDSOR fOTEL[ from how '\ ,'... i, r' Itlk" ""II'
should any young 'r
I be, .
not permanently 1'
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'SLARGEST may
verely. OPEN JITNTC TO OOTOHF.U. For terms. et :;')'nllrIlSN! x\ ,:
: AND PF/T YFAIt-ROUND HOTEL.DODGE pains by tak ,
be pro ( I,
Pinkham's t'
\ two or Vege I,

", _..,.,.-,":' ,.1 come The ,LELAND STERRrahn; er. t 4 '
:: :-I had frequent I I ,
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the time severe nature, dark I "
and :' .: ., ': "i" ,,
clduoiifi / 1 eyes, at my men : ''I
the sign / suffered untold agony. BRYN. .. MAWR, / ,.,:I"' q\,. :y PENN
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lodge advised mo to I. : ;
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when IMiiklmirT.s Vege- ..., '" ,,,' __u_ ]1
but 1 only scorned ., .
0 0n tinned .
felt that my case was HT. LOUIS, 310. '
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about kept at mo until I '1't., "
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n clod in ,
and started
taking "
11il
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best +\" ..:0
ground \ !in tho ,
a reason!! '''''r'''' I

nth of moved.enrth : ',, my day opinion my health of im the Hotel Napoleon Bonaparte; ;' : ST. LOUISMU, ,;! ). 1' .;
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say, la I was entirely with .,/ ,,; r
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menstruation '. ,0- ,
periiMls. t
i N 1 may be +. ."-NRTTIH Jli.Acic ,"' St":'r"' ;r'ili' ifnp( 1 t\ '
A hole !: ., Minneapolis, Is close to the Wabaah entrance to tho. Wo Fair, and Is. easily'\ reached, ? by !
date oil
Glut It ( original tin proauotit.of about Iftttr the 11 orld'e Fair shuttle trains from Union Station J mid the Oilve'ahd, pet. : I f

move all ] iiltout your mar electricoais. ,:Thl hotel Is conducted on the European: plan,' and the ffl
knife, 'hh-.. would
you
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ground ; | I <'(", Avrlto frec.lv, rates rnuno from $1 to' f3 pvr dry There are no Inwldo' rooniH. It Is the
firmly She will hold '
the .. htrict rotitldciice. best located hotel, "h'l. only about 111)) yards from the Wabitih. (main) entrance ,,' !
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CULLENS, OWNERS AND P.ROPKIETORS.DUYAL '
--.-- ---- -._- .- -- _..-- .----..-.-.--..-----.---.-.--- time ed nnd In (1111"' you can for speak no : to Fair grounds. ; ', ,I
touches :,<'rlt'lu'c In treat-- For parllculare, wllto to W.M. MODE) !: COO, president; C. )\i. HILL, .' ,

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE. The Oho( huN of women helped vloe-preeldoAt and manager, HOTEL NAl'OLKON DONAl'AUTK\ 'I: ;I
leal (() Her addrcnN. is .(
and nil ; advleo la frvo. I4>ul Mo., or go direct to the above hotel'

sown by .. -.-, ---. --, _. .._....____.. .! ;
) ::1 the roil "
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re. Coke '
*;,",", be well

novated.' Newly furnished1, throu'gbo t. Liberally conducted, ',:i .. er roller.
'. t.r. '" ,j'ti i e t"
VE YOUSE-EN'
./ late In
Rates (12.50: per day and up. *, /-' well
liana ..
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B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. -
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H. N. O'NEAL A$Co... THE :4 :


along a r,
HAS LEASED: THEARAGON-. dividual P

HOTEL plan an Y. 1 t

lows spondent.: t1


It is open on the(JACKSONVILLE American plan. Rates FLORIDA$2.50/ per day and upwards.,. tor row a be ? :'

The hotol Is being thoroughly renovated and put In flrrt-ala ll condition. A ,
When finished it will be second to none In the city. New e.evator and
new plumbing is being; Installed. New and large sample room "being added. 1

Rooms- with bath.-, from May t to Xov lat, 93;t per day vines."S&l I :,;.I

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WESTMORELAND HOTEL; ;, West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. I;,il,


American plan. Centrally located. Just'built and open
.rD. :: ,
ed this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Wator ,
t r. e i\
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes, 'from any i wharf or depot. All t

street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.60 per day. j

Mrs. A. J< WALKER, Prop let r. .
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The New Travelers Hotel;, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. :,,,ti ', 1 1 .\

-On the American and European Plan- the ,
used ,
Under new management. Newly furnished andrenovated.% A pJe.ao ant them ,
family home Rates: American Plan, &:1.00(> and $2.50; European, 60cts up or pull L
and up. All cars form ynlon Station stop at the'door. now 1 .
H. W.. HANCOCK, Proprietor fence' po I

The: beautifully located Riverside same! management.Hotel, at GreeD Cove Springs, under the are set two :..t; A:' NEW INVENTION "':''t 1 '

are used. '
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New Hotel bindle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. at one Recently Patented> aJl Orer (be World 'r ;
10 East Forsyth Street down one .
row la F rr

wire may '
Center* of City; cool, airy looms; first-class In all appointments. The best by band. The Walton .

'a to $2.50 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European the end post r

plan, $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near tervals of

all car Boer Special weekly rates: C. B. SMITII, Prop.WOLFE'S drive above Self-Looting Tackle Block .
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1 these Till J load-holding block .Is made !In var* :'
I EUROPEAN HOTEL, Corner Bridge ;ONVILLErFLA.: wires projecting so ous shaper and sl'8II, of WOOD IKON :".
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and cross and BRONZE.: Will work equally well j
-Rooms 50cU, 7Sct and $1.00- In Ulu with rope, chain or wire rope. < '.

A first-class Restaurant In Connection. of the WHI work at any highs, upside down, + t
J. H. WOLFE, ){anajter. stake 1 horizontally, or at any angle, and will"., "
1 prevented stop and lock ai any polot.
or more
Invaluable for kind of business '
every
HOTEL DESOTOFormerly Under new management. American and European. stake ,
the figure. where a block I I. needed, frequently saving
Plan Be-fnrnlshed. Centrally Located.
To tti* labor of one roan or more.
( Geneva..) Rooms: COcts., 3cts., and $1.- same size: Nothing like It for banging or stretch' *

JACKSONTILI, FLA. S. P. NASH, Manager. pas the edge jt lag wire.
-- Addres all communications to the '
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OLD 8EABKEEZE GOODAL.L- FLA. Turn Walton Self-Locking Block Co. '

An<.. '' / I,t, Nrl dN, P (Incorporated.)
OLD SEABREEZE, There 1* + ;
The Seaside Inn GOODALL, FLA.: er. A* '"" tj, Y, Office and Wareroom, 404 Atlantic Ave t ,t 'II
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tree } ; Near iCowe'a: Wharf, Elevated Station.. ;E i

I* now open for the winter season, under the management of the owner, log and of bills : pI jj BOSTON, MASS.

HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new,, aituated on Daytona lawn to / I! ,+
Beach, the hotel I V modern in all It* appointments, with large airy, pleasant Bulb ) .1 Ni' I,, Sample Blocks can be seen at the AoYOC.ATB ,+'1 ,
room overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Pier. plant offlce,Tltnstllle;and at the store '4
The surf bathing. I la unexcelled. Term moderate. consist ; of S. B. Unbbard A Co., Jacksonville* I
> HORACE F. STEWART, Owner' and Manager. tree and '
Call and ee+ toes* blocks "orlllll<<. r
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-t ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. I I N.N..N.NN..N1N.N NNN I N.N .NN.........
Write, for Our" Catalogue ,b ,QUAIL ANDiDEER SEASON. FA.. Proprietor. E. B- Blakowood, Registered DrngglstPHARMACY 2
.' v. ,'I'lLLUSTUATNU h,f' ,nSt_ : Morgan

F r, I"DI..a.xn.on.ds The openeason' tor shooting quail! : Ed Miller, a former resident oTltusvllle .

: :: WiLtohoss: and doer qbniraaicod: on Tuesday Nov, but now of Jupiter, was In !
1st, when:sevtrat\ hunting parties let town yesterday.
OJ.oob.s; Cut: G-L.a.ss;: Tltiisvllle for thewoods. Hunters, however iRED
-Mr.V.. J. Duncan, ode of New
511vorwAro: :' IXlltO.. say the weather Is rather warm for York's prominent commission raerch, i i

4, MAIL ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION hunting. ants, wan In town yesterday. j TTrUSVlLLB, FLOH1DAA
home !
quail
Among those who brought I
on Tuesday were: Dr. E. E. Rollins and *-Heal the list of inspectors and --- Complete Stock of-

cmoJ9' L. C. Bra inl g, 35 quail; D. B. prJt b- clerks as published on our 4th page, and I DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES !
AND
ard and Wm.'Messer,15:\ ; L. A. Biatfy see If your name Is not on the,list. L DRUGS ,

p Jewelers, and l Importers. and P. J. Hall, CO; Mr and Mrs. J. M. -Mr. G. F. Paddison, manager of the 1PURE J3BT" Prescriptions Filled With the

y No. 1042 Cologne SI.SO 41 West Bay Street. Jacksonville. Fla. Cuban, 12.lIuntere. Oallfe Utuiost Cnrean.J Promptltude"TOs.
F. E. L. Co. Eau
C. fe S. spent
thai : US A TRIAL :
-- -- --- should remember the (few hours in Tltusvllle, yesterday. YOUR'TRADE. GIYE ORDER. \ :

D.. L. MOTLOW. VOTE FOR AMENDMENT. season for shooting quail and wild turkey 1 Choice Lille School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes, .
i Mr.\ J. A. Flake of New York a Shoulder Braces and all other articles f
includes N November December, Jan- % Toilet Articles, fine Candles, kept
member of the Indian River Fruit Co., I by up-to-date drug stores. 2w.v' r
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Editor East Coast Advocate nary and February. -
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mall orders.
all\
attention to
It is necessary.;for the best interest of It is unlawful to'sell game or shtp.it has returned at Lake to Lotus Klaineaua after,spending N. Y. the .......We...give...prompt.....-V and.+careful...++...+...*...*+.*.*..*.111 64%. j.
summer .
From county to another.
one
our Publlo Schools that the proposed -.------- --------- --- --- -- ;
constitutional amendment There U also a provision ft the law -Mr.: E. P. 'orober and family, and
to section 8
article 13. should te ratified at the, making it Illegal for one hunter to kill Mr. and Mr*. J..F. Mltchel and family, ::EJ. L. ::S .. .::C &, E3eO.: ., ;

coming election. This measure passed more than :25 quail a day. who have been spending the summer in I

'+' 1 IIIVt h 'the house of representatives by a vote, Non-residents are required to secure a Jacksonville, have returned to Cocoa. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS ;
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and in the license to bunt from County Clerk A A. ,
senate was adopted un Stewart, Titusvllle, the cost of which is -Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Paxton have returned We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are. agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.
animously. Our past experience has to Rockledge from a visit to We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum.ers. ,
proven conclusively that Brevard Co., HO fot'the season. Washington, where they went on account ., Write ns for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .
cannot Quail are said to be plentiful the BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
run /good schools and keep out of the Illness of Jhelr son, Rupert, I,. BRADS'& .
of debt the woods around Tltusvllle, and hunters _
on live mill limit During ___ n
.. who now in health.
is good
the four have been bagging quite a few sln\ past years we have resorted to
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"' -Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilson and two GOLDSMITH<<
the five mill tax and a special tax of __ W. E.
Fine Liquors, Wines Beers of Conn. arrived ,
three mills, making a total of eight children Uerby, on
d Ales, Stout, Etc.jySend mills. With this revenns good schools DAILY STEAMER SERVICE. Tuesday last, to spend the winter with Dealer In-

I me your orders have Mr. Wilson's\ parents, Dr. and Mrs. B.
: beeu operated and new school GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
Nov. 15th STAPLE AND FANCY
Tuesday
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA buildings erected Commencing on R. Wilson in North Tltuavllle.Mr. ,
; ample to supply the service on the Clyde St. Johns River pRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
present demands.! The proposed amend Line from Jacksonville to Sanford will .J. Arlington Gilbert and mother, TITUSVILLE -. + FLORIDA.

East Coast Heat Market ment raises the limit from five to seven be dally, except Saturday, and from Sanford who have been spending the summer In

mills, with this sum it will not be to Jacksonville dally, except: Sun Odessa, N. Y., passed through here, yesterday

G. DUREN, Agent. necessary to resort to special tax, since days. This will be good news to the on their way io Eau Gallic, INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

the straight levy will be ample. I request patrons of the Clyde Line, both for where they own considerable. property.Mrs. TITQSVILLE, FLA.Is .
""'d"D
ra: = that
<< o- you make favorable mention traveling and shipping goods, and will J. C. Morfret, who has been prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
..-. of the amendment. In your next Issue, be-of special Intufost to the shippers. of visiting her: parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R. J. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
4a '
-=:&. there are some people who are indifferent fruits and vegetables! T. WETMORE, Proprietor.THE .
Reid for the past several weeks, left
:: wM : about voting for amendments, and the
It is the Intention of the Clyde Line Wednesday morning; for Tltusville. Her -- ------
JJ >> opposition which some of the other to give the peopta on the St. Johns River two children accompanied her.-St.Augvstlne EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO,
M ,_>> l GdC ., proposed amendments are receiving, and trlbutory terl'ltorYlhe very beat facilities Reoord.Among .
AND DKAI.EH8 IN-
MANUFACTURERS
have
may possibly a tendency to cause possible, and the Increased ser
i some people to vote against all of them vice is pertalnly a move In the right di the pleasant\! callers" at tho LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL-Everything to construct a hone
s entI and the special merits of amendments ADVOOATK on Saturday werei Mrs. Jos.
rection., ,The favorite steamers City of
m to section 8, article 12, be overlooked.In Jacksonville and Frederick 'DeCary will 1'. Brown, Mrs M. S, Jones, Jr.,' of Brick, Lime and Cememt., Plaster'aod Hair. Turned Work, Brackets.
the,Interest of good( schools let us perform the service. These steamers Quaj; Mrs. L. A. Peek, and Mrs. Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. make an earnest effort to carry this first-class in Ferguson, of Melbourne; Miss Bessie Nalls and Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
are strictly respect
every Paints and Varnishes.
and Masury's
amendment to article 12.Yours and have accommodations. Grisard, Winchester, Tenn., and Miss Roofing Sheathing Paper Best.
elegant passenger Prices are not always the /Jowest, but stock is always the ,

truly The tables will be kept up to the Helen Miller, of Melbourne.Mrs. -"--Yards at Tltuavllle. Eau Gallle, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
Robbins & Graham Go.Inoorporftted. R. E. MIMA I SIlpt.I standard of excellence for which the Chas. B. Jefferson, who has

Clyde Line is noted been on a short visit with her mother

( .) IN MEMORIAM- Tourists visiting Florida should not and sister, at West Palm Beach, is now The Geo. H. F'ernald Hardware Co.

PAID UP CAPITAL t2 ,OOO.OO Whereas, the All Wise Creator has fail to make a trip on the beautiful St. snugly ensconced la her fine winter i

This company owns seen fit to remove from among us ouresteemed Johns river. home at Robe Sound. Mrs. Jefferson's fSAntord:: :: F1orJ..Cla. 1 4AGENTS'

:Xj'ILT XD S3 brother In the Law, and a husband, and his father, Mr. Joseph :
COLORED ENCAMPMENT. will be with her.
member of the Tltusville Bar! Major M. Jefferson soon
a the Indian River Country; On the St. FOR-
} Goldsmith, and, -Mr. Chas M. Heublin, special agentof .
Lucie Hirer; at New'River and on Bay Whereas,the Hon. Minor S. Jones did, The colored encampment, which holds the New York Life Insurance Co., WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING MACHINES

l Bisoayne. Frloes to suit the times. on the 20th day of October, 1004, In open its meeting at Tltnsville every October, ;was among the pleasant callers at this ACME HARROWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,
Court, appoint A. D. and came to an end on Monday morning. '
Send for Land List. Penney O. A. office yesterday. Mr. Heubltn has rented
Frost a special committee to draft Although about 2,000 colored folks were F. W. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCE.
the Bergman residence, Seabreeze, '
Offices at Tltusvllle and )Miami Fla.Stanley -
a. resolutions expressive for the sincere regard in town on Sunday, they were a very For the season, and Mrs. Iteublln and
of tlxj Court and the Tltusville Bar orderly crowd, and the Marshal had I
daugHter are much pleased with It. :t L ..a.oh.I.n.o: : h /
Kitching for our deceased brother attorney, very little tq, do fh the way of-arrests. -ptEPltitxklloit11t, a j

-Dealer I In- TiiKHtFonK" : UK: IT BESOLVEI: : that we This speaks well for the colored people,' A PLEASANT'' RECEPTION. : : ,. Tix: .end: I I:1I:01a1

do hereby express our profouned ad- who, on this occasion, were law-abiding ..--- : : : Wor1 :..
FISHING TACKLE, STATIORERY,CIGARS, mlrntion for the scholarly attainments, and not seeking trouble. On Friday evening last, at the residence .

1, Tobaooo, Pipes, Candles Fancy Uliina high character and sterling qualities of The religious services in the mam- of Capt.. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of
and Temperance Dilnks. Major,M. Goldsmith, deceased, and, moth tent were well attended not only South: Tltusville, the Ladles' Progressive Everything in Builders' Hardware

The following brands'of cigars delivered Further, that we honor his memory by tha colored folks, but by white people Culture Club gave a reception In honorof
at $:.3.35 per box of CO: well. Miss Susie Glad who few weeksor WRITE FOR PRICES -
for his Integrity as a lawyer and an es as win, a
Ilumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, timable citizen. The stores did a big business duringthe so ago, returned home from a threeyearll' -=

Cremo, Cubanas, z'olialakl.FUash The Court has moved that these encampment, and the exchequers of 8tl&ylo the Philippine Islands.
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1 Cards, fifto.Hats; Hand 25o.Mad.Palmetto resolution be incorporated In the minutes our merchants were considerably addedto Miss Gladwin was assisted in reoelv- Hodges & O'KCara,

of the Court by the Clerk of the with "the almighty dollar." ng the guests by Mrs. E. E. Rollins,
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STUART and
FLORIDA. ...Manufacturers Dealersin.
Circuit Court, and that they be also I Mrs.\ D. B. Pritchard and Miss Daisy

published In the papers.of the Town of A SMALL SOCIAL. Brady, who nave ali-comore a warm welcome Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
William Hindlo Tltusvllle.. ; and it Is.almost needless to say Dressed
A. PBNNEY: Judge and Mrs. A. D. Penney gave a that Capt. and Mrs. Nelson did likewise. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Shingles eto.
TIE, COPPER AND SHEET IRON G. A.FROST; small, but enjoyable social party at The Titusville Orchestra was in attendance Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered
to any' part of the State. Address: Hodges& 0'I1ara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
L WORKER. Special Committee. their residence In north Tltusvllle, Saturday during the reception, and per-
\ night last. Various games were formed some excellent selections of mu -

S Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. DUCK SHOOTING. Indulged in to while away the time, and sic, much to the pleasure of the Kuests. C. A. DUPONT'S

GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE -the those were followed by delicious refresh Capt. and Mrs. Nelson had their home
Notwithstanding fact that It Is a
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. little early In the season, and that we ments and cigars. The social was given: brilliantly lighted the occasion; anda LIVER-V rand S.&s E S '.A..BLES

have bad no cold weather yet, wild ducks In honor of Mrs. K, B. Raulerson, one better place for the reception would
Your Patronage Is Solicited. of Fort Pierce's prominent and popular be hard to find There were between .
are coming Indian and Banana rivers HASTINGS FLA.
COCOA, FLA.. and adjacent ponds by the thousands.The residents, who was on a short.visit to fifty: and sixty persons at the reception, ,

t I guests of the Sembler Cottage, Tl Mrs. Penney. which was voted one of the most enjoyable Car supply anyone on the East Coast.with .

Hodgson Bros tusville, have been enjoying duck and events of the season. HORSES, MULES HARNESS. .
Not a Sick Day Since.
The society editor of the ADVOCATE:
quail thin week.Doesn't sick and single or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates.
"I was taken severely with kidneytrouble. took note of the fact that delicious
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. I triad all sorts of medicines
. iiJ WRITE HIM at above address.
claret
Respect Old Age. punch and several kinds of choice
I Marine Railway. none of which relieved me. One day I :
It's shameful when youth falls to saw an ad. of your Electric Bitters and cake were present in abundance, and := ,
1 General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. show proper respect for old age, bat determined to try: that. After taking a done ample justice! to;and that the tables rI I
?; .1 s ;I ..Special Facilities.. just the contrary In the case of Dr. few doses felt relieved, aud have not were beautifully decorated with roses, I. I
for Hauling Out Storing and King's New Life Pills. Tlyey: out off seen 'a sick day since. Neighbors of ,I
Repairing chrysanthemums hibiscus
and other
. maladies no matter how severe and mine have been cured of Rheumatism,
I'I.1. Yachts and Launches. rresseotlve of old age. Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney troubles flowers and palms.CH'URCH.
: Jaundice Fever and general Debility." This Is what B. '
I :1 Mention the AnvnoATB when writing Constipation-ayielto
77 i this perfect Pill. 25o; at the Red F. Bass of Fremont, N. C., writes. NOTICES. SCHOONER AND EQUIPMENT FOR SALE.
Gross Pharmacy, 'j'ltuvllle( Fla. Only 50o, Red Cross Pharmacy. .

'I BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER I I f' Arohdeadon B, F. Brown will hold >

ii Ro= N't Wait Too: : 2.late. services la' St. Gabriels church, 'flt
. tulle, on Sunday next, both morning The Schooner
I will be located la Eau Gallle after and, evening.

Julf 6th, and be prepared to do all kinds, Divine worship at City Point church

of..rk In this line. Write me for eatlnurtcs What on Sunday, Noy.
on your work. References if de- May mon by the pastor, Rev. J. B. Hawk.
IIlr'". Address! Air., Hawk will also preach and conduct

Can't services at Eaii Gallie at 7:3: p. m. ,
TKOS. F.; KELLEY,
Full Equipment
1 j Be>> Ml. Eau Gallle. Fla. Rev. F. Pasco, D. D., presiding elder
pi/SURgkCC of the East Coast district, will preach lathe
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N....1111.11.....N1. Be ANCE Methodist church, Titusville, next will be sold at auction on the Beach at
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IGeorgiana Sunday, Nov. 0,* at It a. m. and 7 p. m.
| E. Vesey Hall \ t All are cordially Invited to attend. Palm Beach on...

: Fla. Cared The business meeting will be held on

:Monday at nine. m.

*i ONLY Boat FIRST-CLASS Builder.WORK:<:> e 'rv r.. ++ I W. F. Shoemaker, Pastor.! SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1904, at 11 A. M,

There U. no cough, medicine so popularas I ,
Write for Estimates I
2 < 'If you're Insured, for then! the wiping out of your dwelling, store Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains '
..N111.1..N.11N/11. 'or packing house by fire means only a temporary inconvenience-your no opiates or poisons and never falls to Cabin accommodation first-class.

loss Is made good and you can start "fresh,with the money any of our cure. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy, 4 ,

WIlT USE. OLD STYLE BLOCKS, staunch insurance will ,pay' you promptly on
ant} sterling companies Shoe Repairing.I v Terms Cash.
when
you can bay the best Self-Lock proof of loss.
ing Tackle Blocks at the ..
nearly
Now lame :MORO: bN "' 'V',A.X.aTON ..f : do all kinds of boot and shoe repair- .. ", .
price. in use in the Unitedlitatel d, "" ,
Army and Navy Departments. tog and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. .,. > : -. ,
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INSURANCE AGENTS,
Examine Mtchard Son. ANDREW GIBSO ,
them at Pritchard &: Sons, or '
the AOTOGATB office, Titusville.yt Tl.1u.s'V'J..11o: : I'loric1LI.: 'licusville, Fla. .
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