Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: October 11, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00368
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH Every' Friday bargain day at Gard Gardner makes special prices Fri- -Mr. Gnus Tucker of Fort Pierce AMONG THE HOTELS.

I Gallery,Tltusville and look at samples ner's, Titusvllle.Mr. day. was a visitor in 1'1 Tltusvlllo yesterday 1

And Topics of General Interest. -Mr. C. J. Schoon maker, postmaster T. R. Chaffee: of Melbourne -Dr. Holmes, of City Point has beena -Mr*..Joseph P. Drown, of this place Where to stop along the East Coast.
at Cocoa, was a visitor in Titusvllle last was a visitor In Titusville Tuesday. frequent visitor In Titusvllle the past hits been spending the week at City Soe list of hotel on 7th page. ,.

THE ADVOCATE Saturday. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO week. Point. Where to stop in Tttuavllle See TI-

In advanco. -Secure your reservations over tbe Dr. Dodson near Court-house. -Miss Isabel Burns of Canaveral -Mr. E. L. Brady loft Monday. to tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
$1.50 per annum Clyde Line the office Titusvllle. left here week with few at to look after
at ADVOCATE to
'. Saturday, spend a spend a days Miami
1.00 six months, -Mr. J. :N. Waller of Ankona, one Halcyon Hall i.I the name of the newhotel q
MUs Holmes at Point. his business at that .
May City point.Dr.
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$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. of BrevArd'a stalwart citizens was in Mr.' S. Graham Intends building at

-Mr. Felix Poppell, of City Point Tltusville the first of the week. Judge D. L. Gaulden left here Tuesday L. T. Daniel, of Cocoa arrived Miami Fh'.
subscribe r the ADVOCATE was among the visitors to Titusvllle the to attend the circuit court at KIs- In Titusvllle yesterday and eau be foundat
When you -Senator S. Pasco, wife and daughter Mr. E. R. Hwott announce the openIng -
first of the week. slmme also for visit to his nt the Indian River hotel.
the It does not cost a family
by year. you of Monticello. Fla., nave been sojournIng DeLanJ.Mrs. of the Seminole Hotel Winter Park, yf
three cents per week postage Included. -Mr. and Mrs. A. Treutler who have at Hotel Kensington New York Services In the Presbyterian Church Fla., on the Ifttl./ of January.The .

Note date of expiration printed upon been spending the summer In Chicago this week. John T. Dlsmukes and Miss\ DIs- next "iumluy: Preaching at II a. m., Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine
week. This are again at their home In Eau Gallle. makes of St. Augustine: have been the and 7:11I: t p. m.; Sunday school at \V:43: a. ,
your paper or wrapper every -Dr. C. P. Platt, of Fort Pierce was Fla., I lain the hands of a large force of
ii a receipt for your money. No need Supt. R. E. Mlms, of nonaventure.waa In Titusvllle a part of Friday and Sat- guests of Hotel Kensington, Fifth Ave, m. ; Christian Endeavor!: at 3lO; p. m. workmen who ."putting: It In order for y
New this week.
for us to lend receipt for subscription.The a visitor in Tltusville from Friday urday attending to his duties on the York r. Asa Loomll,chief clerk of Hotel tbe coming eason.

date Rives/ It to you. until :Monday\ when he returned to his School Board. -Under the law the slaughter of deer Aloaaar St. Augustine arrived at An addition of twenty-five sleeping
began the f October In this the above place last Sunday and la I
borne.Mr. -Mr. J.R. Mlot of Indlanola was In on turkey room !I.. being built to the Holly Inn,
THE EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on Geo. Bayles of the F. E. C. town this week attending to the want State the,9uall.n'rstof) month.! etc.,may live until getting the. above hotel In readiness for Daytona Fla., which wa recently purchased .
next
Hale at the following.news-stands, at five R'y., who l Is now stationed at Fort of his constituents before tbe Board of opening.Mr. by Mr. James Johnson.

cents per copy : Pierce paid his friends in Tltusville a County Commissioners. -Capt. Hammond, of Cocoa who has I.. M. Murray representing! the Erne .I
Allen formerly superintendent -
Titusvllle-B. R. Wilson & Son. visit Saturday.Mr. been spending the past month la New well known wholesale house of Marx Capt. H j
J. of this of the Palm Beaob I is
J.B. Sereven.JacksonvmDuval Attorney F. Webb place : Casino ,
hotel. J. F. Bell, of White City one was a passenger on Saturday's south- York was a train passenger route on home.TueldaY.1'aoutbbound Bros.,vllle.Jacksonville spent )'OIterday'nTILIII now making his headquarter at 788 : f.

Mews stand Union depot1ai" of the county commissioners was in bouud train en route to Fort Pierce on en MoDonough street Brooklyn N. Y. 1

town this week looking after the Interests legal business. lie returned borne Mon i -Ca t. Robert Burn and sister, Miss -Mr. R. K. Glbbs, of St. Augustine Mr. W. II. former well known
of his district on the Board. day Isabel Burns, of Canaveral spent a dayor who ha been on a trip to South Africa Ormes.a East ; d
and olerk of the Florida
: "- Reading notice ads. are ten cents two In Titusvllle the last of last week stopped at Hotel Kensington, New popular 1 'd f
-Mr. R. N. Andrews of Cocoa a -We wish all of our subscriberswould Coast Hotel System I II now at the Man- '
line on this page. the of Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble. York for several per a* guests en
member of the School Board was attending kindly look at the name and the first of the week. hatten Club Madison avenue New iy J
Judge A. D. Penney was a visitor In tbe special session of the School date slip on tile paper or wrapperand -Mr. J. E. Ingraham third vice- York. 1 ,

Cocoa during the first of the wek.' Board last Friday and Saturday. see If they are not in arrears. If so, president of the 1"lorldlEalt Coast Kail- -In another column will be found Mr. J. M. llemsted former clerk at I d I

-Mr. C. II. Hunt of the Narrows -Capt. R. A. Hardee, ODe of the please send the small amount due us.Mrs. way was a passenger on Monday's the ad of the Florida Agricultural College Hotel Royal Polnolana, Palm Beach, Is I', 1 '

was a visitor in Titusvllle\ the first of pioneer citizens of Sebastian, was In T. B. Heale and daughter southbound train. en route to point Lake City. This I i. one of Florida' now ar Tile Chelsea, West :ailrd: street, ., ,

the week. town last Monday attending to business Maylene returned from Selma Ala., sou tb.Mr. bust educational would du well Institutions to Investigate and parents Its New York where he I* making many .

-Mr. Barnes Sanders of Indlanola before the County Comml alonllrl. Tneftday where they have been visiting Geo. W. Scobie returned to TI- merit) lends. ',j

visitor In Tltunlhe for a short Geo. M.\ Robbin a relatives. several months. Their many tusvllle from Fort Pierce on Friday and It Is reported that real estate men at .
a -Attorney was
was time Monday. on Tuesday's northboundtrain friends welcome them home.-New Monday he appeared before the County -Tbo colored camp-meotlng for the Daytona St. Augustine FI..., are unable to supplythe Ii
passenger Smyrna Breeze. Commissioners In the matter of tbe district of the A. M. E. church will demand for furnished and unfurnished ,
-Attorney F. J. Webb left here Tuesday en route to Kisslmmee to attend fish dealers license. commence In Titusvllle, next Thursday, cottage for the coming winter !
the circuit which is In siMion -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H.
for DeLand Ormond and other court Garthalde the 17tli and will continue fur tea day. month '
who have been In New York for On our 4th will be"found the ad. '
some page '
on legal business ; Very low rate have been and I
places there.Dr. offered Mr. R. N. Smith headwaiter at the
time past will probably leave for home of Mr. R. W. Rhodes, Titusvllle' clothier
Fred 8. Chaffee who l Is now tbe Tituevllle two three thousand
Allan Campbell and L. C. expect or I Virginia hotel Hot Springs Va., will )
-Me. ra. the 20th Inst. In the meantime Mr. and shoe man. Mr. Rhodes lies received
residents Roseland secretary of the Florida Mutual DrugCo. colored people to be here to the meeting. fill a similar ac tbe Royal Poln 1\.4\
Moore prominent Gartbslde ban been attending tbe wed- a nice new stock and more goodsare position 4
were at the county seat this week his.,Titusvllle In Jacksonville friends, was Saturday a visitor and among Sun- ding of his sister at Utica N. Y. dally arriving. See: his ad. -Me ro. R. A. Hardee Sebastian; clana Hotel Palm Beach Fla., the com it

C. H. Narrows L. C. Moore A. ing winter. "
-Mr. James Williamson, of MIcoo day. -Mr. 8. J. Gay of Mount Sterling I -Capt. and Mrs .Wm. A. Shaw of Hunt ; I
C. Campbell Rowland Jaa. Williamson Mr. H. E. Kder of Hotel Ii
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the first of the week attend. ; manager
In town has been visitor In have been visit
was Kentucky Titus Jacksonville enjoying a
Elsewhere we have an ad. of tbe a i J. F. Wooten I.. T. Daniel Kaatersklll Cistklll Mountains N. Y., j ,
ing to a road matter before the County vllle this week. Mr. Gay I I. In search with friend at Averne, L. I., this week. MI0001'1h. I
John B. Stetson University DeLand. wall-known () ; Rhodes West Palm Beach; I II now greeting; / hi* numerous friends :
daddies.Mr.. of home Shaw In the steamboatman
be is
This university Is well known to Floridians a among us, as quite Capt H. D. Ruffner and F. W. White Hose- from behind tbe desk at the Fifth Ave ;,
-! J. A. Collins has moved his and should receive a liberal pat- charmed with our climate,> and also of the St. John river and he In. land, are late arrivals at the Indian River hotel, New York whore ha hold forth !
family from the Burns cottage on Wash ronage by our people.Mrs. wants' to be where he can get plenty of formed our representative that his wife hotel, from down tbe river as assistant room clerk '
avenue to the Crabb cottage on pineapples.Mr. and self are taking a little vacation. .
ington Minor 8. Jones and daughter -Mr. Peter Nelson, of Perth Amboy Mr. L. W. Maxson who ha had avery :
Main-street. Mis Annie and Mrs. M. S. Jones Jr.. Harvey Tomllnaon, one of our -Mr. J. J. White, of Rockledge, proprietor N. J., wbo last winter purchased the successful season as manager of A .

-Mrs. A. D. Penney and daughter and baby were passengers on Sunday's valued New York subscribers, baa returned'home of White's Cottage wbo, with 1 the Sidney Wilbur residence In South two summer hotel at Lakewood N. Y., '

Miss Lollle. were passengers on Sunday's southbound train en route to St.: Lucie from his trip to Englandand Mrs. White have boon spending the Titusvllle, arrived In town last Saturday, on Lake Chautauqua, will return to the i
southbound train ei route to Cocoa fora for a few days' visit. other places In Europe. He will summer at Frankfort, Mlch. will arrive and now has a force of men at work 10palr4ng Royal Poinciana Hotel Palm Beach ; ,
probably be In St. home tomorrow. Mr. White writes
few days' visit Augustine again/ the and painting his home. Mr. Fla. cashier the coming winter. : ,
all
,
-Mr. T. B. Hicks was an arrival In coming winter shaking hand with Ills that they have had a pleasant summer,
-Prof. J. D. Teeter the County Tltasville last and remained here Nelson will not come down until later, oil t
Friday numerous friends. but will be glad to get back to ltook Mr Frank Remllngor. formerly chief I (
School Supervisor, after spending a few until )Monday when he returned to Se- ledge again probably I In December. clerk for Mr. C. B. Knoll of the Florid I,..

days In Titusvllle returned. to his homeat bustlan. Mr. Hicks reports his tlsh Com. F. T>. Hughes, who Is now -Mr, I). Wi Munhaw of Neugn East Coast hotel\ System: t I. now holding .;.
making his headquarters at Hotel Messrs.. Jeppe Kelson and A. Nelson <
Sebastian Monday business at the latter point as being In -
formally. resident of, Tllusvllle, was In the position of cashier at the Kuril ngton,
Navarre. New York Informs the ADVOCATE brothers of Perth Am J.,
-Mr. R. A. Conkllng the strawberryking a good condition.A that he Is having a fine launch who aoc..m panted Mr. Peter 'Nelson to town Wednesday' and yesterday lIe W. :a7tl street, New York. HI friend

of Tlllman was In Tltnsville this letter from Mr. Maurice Walsh built for use on Indian River Lake Titusvllle last week, are looking about came' here to store his fllrolL..re.. Mr hope to *ee him manager of one of the I .

week attending to duties on the Boardof who has been on the office staff at Motel Worth and Bay Blsonyne. He and his with a view to locating here. At pres- Munshaw Informed an ADVOCATE: reporter New York hotels tit no distant date,

County Commissioners. 1 Champlain, Lake Champlain N. Y., wife expect to start for Miami at an ent they are assisting In the carpenter that his wife mid daughter have Mr. John S. Boweti; proprietor of' th. '
been
By' A first-class ticket over tbe Mallory for the past summer states that he will early date. work on the Nelson residence In South spending the summer la Detroit, Brown House Gainesville Fla., Is a
and would
return to Florida next week
return to Florida next week and hopes ,
Titusvllle.Mr. :
Line Brunswick to New York and -The University College of native of Vlokiburg, Miss.where he was
return for sale reasonable. to pay Titusvllle a visit soon Ills headquarters Medicine -Attorney Stephen E. Foster of Jack born In 18W. Nearly all his hotel life
,
will be at Green Cove Richmond Va wbo advertisement appeared and Mr*. Douglas of Miami,
ADVOCATE office Tltusville, Fla. tbe Springsfor In tbispaper during the summer who have been to the I'an-Ameroan sonvllle was the guest of Mr. J. O. Walton has been spent In the management of .

-Mr. and Mrs T. A. Robinson, of present.Mr. report. an encouraging outlook for this Exposition a* well a* Canada and other Brooklyn, N. V., for a few day last hotels In the south. In November 1801)!

City Point, who have been spending the -: F. W. Schoontnaker of .Mont- session tbe number of new students enrolled places have been 'doing" the New week. Ha went to New, York for the he became proprietor of tbe iirown s
clair N. J. will as be at Rock- purpose of attending a meeting of those House wblob Is recognized alone of A
past month ID Georgia were passengers usual to this date being In advance of York theatre this week., Mr. Douglashas ,
on Sunday' southbound train eu route ledge tbe coming winter. Mr. Schoon- the total number of new student for been going around with his arm In who are to form the company in connection the bet hotel In the State. :

home. maker who owns'one 'of 'tbe bIggest the session of 1000.l0tl, and a good sling! In consequence ot au accident. with Mr. Walton' self-locking Mr. Oeo. W. Glbbs cashier of Hotel 1

drug stores In New V.irk City Is a very prospect of more within the next ten Fortunately be will not lose his arm. pulley block. Tile meeting WM held at Ponce de Leon, 8t. Augustine who baa 1
and Mrs. John C. Jones are the
-Mr. enthusiastic winter visitor to Indian days. Waldorf-Astoria and wa quit a
again visiting relatives In Tltusville fora River and he generally manages<>bring -Indian River LoJge: No. 00, F. & A. protracted, but satisfactory one to all been holding a similar position thl. sum ";
few days. Mr. Jones has been attend. a party ot New Yorkers down with him -Capt. Clia. If. Hall, a well known M., will hold memorial service*, for their concerned. The company to have a mer, with Mr. O. D. Seavey, at his fa-

ing to hi. duties on the Board of County to Florida.At amateur fisherman of New Y-erk. who deceased brother. President William capital stock of 71M,0JO.) ( mous Lake Champlaln hotel, N. Y.Fork. f
Commissioners. makes his headquarter at Palm Beach McKinley at the Presbyterian church a guest of Hotel Kensington, New
a meeting of citizen of Tltnsville aDd New Smyrna every winter I* looking Titusvllle at 11 a. m., Sunday Oct 13th. -Mis* tattle L. Bartb of Ashland city last week when he left for home.
-Tbe Cherokee Club gave one of their held In the Board of Trade rooms forward, to the time to come to start The address will be delivered by the avenue Chicago we are Informed I* to Several of Mr. Glbb' New York friend

enjoyable dances In tbe Opera house last Friday evening the following municipal for thule place on the East .Coast, chaplain. All the brethren are requestedto b* married this month to Mr. Charles were looking for him and were surprised j

last Wednesday evening. Quite a number ticket was nominated: Fur where he has host of friend lie ai- meet at the lodge room at 10M: / a, m. Plow, a well known winter visitor to to learn be had returned nom so soon. I ;
were present and "tripped the light mayor J. Marion Dixon; marshal and was makes a big record at hauling\ Palm Beach. Miss Uarth accompaniedby Mr. Glbb I* very popular, and he can
fantastic" a late hour.. tax collector R. E. Mlms, Jr.; clerk and the finny tribe. Capt. Hall's office at -Miss Mable Snider niece of Mr. T. her mother spent the better part of name hi. friend. by the hundred

of Tltus- treasurer W. S. Brannlng; tax assessor the corner of Broadway and 16th A. Snider, the catsup manufacturer, of last winter at the Breaker Palm Beach;
-Dr. W.
S. Carroll one street
)fro O. D.8savey who ha been
who I well anti manager -
Cincinnati known
to the
Plaza
John Henry aldermen J. R. many Kookledge Alcazar MO.
vllle's leading merchants stepped ; Walker la full of curiosities and I la well wortb a of Hotel ) Clinton
along Indian River ha become she Champlain, Co., :
where
an
aboard southbound F. A. Morgan J. L. Carruthers, 8. G. visit. Augustine was very popular i
Monday's train Vunlandlngham.Mr. actress' and I I. now with the John Drew and mud hosts of friend Her father N. Y., ever since It wa opened with the ,.
telling our reporter that be was going -Mr. J. G. Beat lessee and managerof company at the Empire Theatre New Is one of the largest lumbar merchant exception of one year, ha* resigned his 1
south to collect some bills that are owing - P. J. Hart acting for the new the Indian River Hotel 'Titusvllle York, she Informed an ADVOCATE representative la Chicago. Tha ADvocAte wishes her position a* manager, and will assume

him. railroad company here ban received a Florida has again been appointed superlntendent a few day ago. Mica Snider every JOlla advance. he management of the Asplnwall now

-Mies Mattie Lee Brown of Melbourne telegram from Mr. Milliard B. Morley of the Canaveral Club at was always a popular young lady, and being built at Lenox Mass The selection J
and treasurer of the Southern -Jas. II. Hard F. K. Pierce J. I.. of Mr. head of The
Florida, was a passenger on the secretary Chester Shoals, for the eoralng season. the ADVOCATE join her host of friendsIn Seavey Aspln
Florida Limited Wednesday evening en Florida and Gulf Coast Railway Company Tbe manner In which he conducted wishing her every success. In her new Hopkins New York; Wm. J. Taylor, wall, which when finished will be one J .
route home after spending the summer which proposes tn build a railroad 1 tbe affales of the club last winter was' role. F,. C.; L. M. Murray, Dayton} G. R. of the handsomest hotel. In the country, .j d I

In Boydton Va. C. R. Odin, managing from Punra Range to Fort Pierce that highly satisfactory to the Boston gentlemen Pltzer A. V. 8. Smith 8. II. Happerett wa a very wise) one. The Aplnwall l III ,
editor of tbe Melbourne (Fla.) Times he will leave Chicago on October 2 for comprising the same, which fact -Mr. Augustus Pltou 'of New York Frank Gautler John 8. Franz, W. located In the most fashionable section ::4 ''I

has been the guest of the editor of the Fort Myers, with a corps of surveyors, has led to Mr. Bast's re-appointment. Is having many Improvement made on H. MoFarland, F. 8. CharT, O. F. Parsons of Nw England and will, receive the :

Free Press this week.-Southern Pine. and to make preparations for tbe partyto The president of the club, Mr. J. M his place at Hobe Sound. lie Is also Jacksonville; J. W. Fussell) At- very bait of patronage. The season will ,i '

(:N- C.) Free Press.Attorney at once start out on tbe line to make CodniAn and several of the other officers having a fine launch built by B sey lanta; W. J. Worthing. N. C.; fount be long, a. people go Into the Berkshire /
surveys. This will. bring the party to have been spending the summer abroad. Brow of Wavelaml. Mr. Pltou say he \11 arris and wife Key West; D. L. Gaul early In the year and stay until late. 1
Frank Clark formerly of Fort Myers by Saturday so that the The palatial club house overlooking the Is delighted with the Indian River country den) DeLaDd; J. K.: Noble, Columbus.O.j; Mr. Heavey has been Identified with '"'

Jacksonville, but now ot Oklahoma work of surveying the new road will ocean has been thoroughly renovated and will again come down this win S. J. Gay and wife, Mt. Sterling Ky. ; some of the best; resvrt In the country. f" ,

was In New York a few days ago and most likely begin next, Monday. Every- with fresh paint and polish and an ad- ter. lie Informed an ADVOCATE representative Jno. Day Richmond; W. II. Cody Among them are the Maple wood hotel .'

informed an ADVOCATE representative thln-z, Indicate. that the men behind ditional building erected for the accom- that his son, who Is known Georgia and IU II. King, Baltimore, are Maplewood, N. H.I; Magnolia Spring I !
that he was doing well In the new country this project are In earnest and that they dation of the staff of help. The horse' to many In Tltvsvllle and other places late arrival at the Indian River hotel hotel. Magnolia Spring, Fla.' which he ..)

where be Is residing. Besides a good will push the work of construction as will be formally opened for the season along Indian River, In now travelingwith Tltusvvllle. now conduct In the winter; Tile San ; "

law practice he says he Is Interested In rapidly as posrible.-Fort Myers Press. on tbe tat of December. a theatrical company. Married, at tbe Waveland Marco and (Pono de Loon at St. Augustine I'
oil well. which bids fair to make him a parish
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Fla. Ha ha i
church by Rev. N. B. Fuller, of Miami a larga acquaint-
millionaire. lie expects to visit Jacksonville Home Wanted. Female Help Wanted. Yawl For Sale. on Thursday morning at 8 o'clock Mr. ance among the best of the traveling 1
again when he becomes jlcb.Knipty .
SUCCCM ha attended his
public
A. P. Andrew. to Miss C. C. E. Panter. every L
Marsh pony mare, young, well broken Yawl "Irene, -41 feet over all, IS fool These are prominent people of that section effort and he ha every requisite to 'if.
: Sugar and Rice Barrels.For and sound. Cash down. An aged like couple living In Fort Pierce beam draught 22: Inches aft, cabin 19} and have host of friends there. make his new venture a ucces*. ',,'

L. G. BRAT)vAnD, Grant Fla. would a widow woman or some suitable feet long 111 feet wide II feet and 21nches The bride I. the sister of 51 r. J. II. S. !l
live
person to with them and do light high, 10 windows. Divided In five private Painter. The happy couple panned Notice. i
sale. Address work. Wages made. satisfactory to the rooms by curtain roller
on spring through Titusvllle .
yesterday -
en route
WALTER A. Moons:, Hildltch Steam Laundry. right party. Apply or direct: and bras rods Toilet room, with over- north for an extensive wedding trip The registration book of the Town of
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Box 57 Fort Pierce }'l..
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flow and
pump stationary wash bowl. which will extend over all part of the Titusvllle are now open at the Ilanlr.,
Basket will leave office of Southern Two double folding berth with new north and they will notreturn home un- Hook*will remain open until the! evening -

Launch for Sale at a Bargain. Express Co., every Tuesday morning Photography, Picture Framed hair mattresses 2 couches 2 rockers. 2 til the end of December. Tbe ADVOCATE / of October 18.

R. W. JOVKER, Agt.Houxe stool chairs, 2 folding table, seat eight; Joins their many friend In wishing them W. S. BRANXI.fO,
and
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DIonidings.Portrait bedding table ware, new stove lamp. every happiness and prosperity Town Clerk.
foot, glass enclosed naphtha launch -
030 and cooking ntennll, for six persons.
for Sale.A .
Seven hot beam six horse Landscape and Marine Photo Ha 0x9 cockpit with canopy new ...11. -
engine bnllt by Gas Engine; Power graphs. Portraits In all the latest styles. anchor and cable; rigging/ la good shape Ilorite for Sale. Catboat Wanted.A .

Co., of Morris Heights New York guaranteed nine room house nicely finished Old pictures copied and enlarged/; to any good wheel aDd steering ; locker -
to be In first-class order almost and In good condition located near the size and finished In any style desired. and large forecastle with gear berth good twenty or thirty foot catboat
one A
new. For terms, etc.. apply too courthouse, on the corner ot Palm and Florida views for sale. Work: finished to handle nailer ; Morgan bred, combination buggy wltb cabin la good condition. Wanted
easy good ; sound doe and saddle animal.
Spirited stylish and for cruise Indian River. Address
PKTER NELHOX, Palmetto Sta. Apply on premise or toM. for amateur at trade price.. not leak. For further particular address on
Tltnsville, Fla. D. I.. DODSOX, F. M. ?Af.OR, J. T. WATCH perfectlygentle. No cheap plug. with .full :particulars.
Addr_
A. W. M. F.Turnbull. G. K A.VORF.WH
M. Pxurrr, Daytona Fla. U 3m Titusvllle, Fla. Thnsvllle, Flm. Tlbbals Fla. ,
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foufad a better means for pulling tne TRUTH, WINS.A .
BROS.
WHAT BAD ROADS COST. SAMITE !
iij'4G __.o.__ grader than animal power. -

J A. . tmrWl; Intercut Sntttr Moat After' the roadbed has been put Jo o Appeal to the Common Vena of the.Public
( ,.I_ Front the M.d. proper condition It Is covered with a Mewta With Quick Keapons.. 124 -1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

We have Just posited through one of six Inch layer of slag which Is rolled Read the Verdict.

the two periods of tho ;year when the bard and compact by means of a heavy A few abort months ago we submittedto and Wine

country roads problem forces keel roller. On top. of tbe slag a layer of the Intelligent public aa article calling Liquor Merchants
crushed limestone spread which I I Attention to the discovery of an actual
prominently to the front and becomesa 1 .
Catarrh Cure. Skeptics there were plenty
also Is rolled until It becomes hard and
llvlpjf issue! with every one who ha* solid. A thin layer of sifted crushed owing to the many worthless preparations -Oldest house In the city.- f

not paved streets and Improved sidewalks stone Is distributed on top of the llmf- heretofore offered In this country, some '

e e e to pans over, nays the! Chicago stone And ni1n rolU'd xerertl 1 tln'"<. could few of curt which ihla moat might distressing relieve but disease.none Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St Louis Beers.I I

Evening Post. There Is no state In the having lawn vpflnkled Iwfore! the roll. SNUFFLES the GUARANTEED
{
J Union In which the question can be Ignored Ing. After the road Is, completed the CATARRH CURE reaches the very seat OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. i

I for there Is no state In which top layer of limestone will form An nl of this disgusting disease and removes

A1)AthtrU ? JI the country roads In the opening of most waterproof roof of the roadbed the cause, affords a gentle yet complete By-Call or send for Prices. !

) I I spring anti the beginning of winter are The water will make It almost u .liuril and positive cure. \r
like
testimonials r
In reasonably passable condition. Agricultural as concrete and ennble It to withstand Numerous voluntary -

U Q ll1foob Interests everywhere are the lIMa effect of narrow tired heavy wait the I following was trouble are received with Catarih dally. In the 2-3AaRRY':: MASCN &:, Co. i

heaviest sufferers from the wretched oils for a Ionic II III".
throat physician did not seem to
conditions of the country roads. Just The fleinoiixirating party or the !National know ,what my to Jo for It, and seeing so -Importers and Wholesale Dealers In- I

how much they have suffered from this Good (toads ayMoclntlon does Dot much in papers about"SNUFFLES,"

cause they have never been able to es- use the WIIIIH'' method of building roads THE CATARRH CURE, I thought I I

timate. Had they bad any conception In every .sae. The method Is ndr.ptedto would try it, and I must say that It has Wines Liquors and Cigars

DIG OUT THE BORERS. of the extent of their losses It Is probable the condition existing In each k cnl. ,, already helped me so much that I feel I ,

they would have exerted themselves Ity and also) varies an to the material shall be perfectly cured. After using one ,

till tho "Old Reliable" Method ForPvoleetlBar long ago to bring about radical used In rile work. In a general way box of "hNUFFLES" I felt like a new Forn.d.a1o P'U.ro nye.

.'....... Trrtm.The change and would have supplied themselves however the system Is the same lu person.-ltKV.O.W. McCitAK,Quincy,Fla. :

"digging out" method la the with good roads irrespective of every caseCornbuskers' Icannot praise"SNUFFLES"for too Catarrh.much. Distilled by Ferndale Distilling Co., Second District of Kentucky; aged ;in
--------------- wonderful treatment
only thoroughly successful anti safeway the first cost of the work which is decidedly The It Is first a box gave me such relief as I heated warehouse and absolute pure and free from all adulteration. Tliese goods

of killing the peach tree borer. the heaviest portion of' It. wire cuts burns sprained bruises wrists. barbed-lacerations have not had for years, and slx boxes are pronounced by connoisseurs to be without an equal and are regarded by the

This method la l expensive In time and What they have failed to do for and,external, injuries severe of any kind cured me, although I still keep a box on medical faculty as superior to all others for the use of Invalids. I

labor, but our experience leads us to themselves In the matter of estimates are promptly and happily cured by apply. hand In case I may catch cold. I shall always FERNDALE RYE is put up In plain cases containing;no marks whatever FOUR i
recommend It wherever
believe Mint nny other equally uuccf. tbe agricultural department has accomplished ing Hallard's Snow Liniment. Price 23 [do cao.I.my best. E.to BAXTER Malboro Vt.I FULL QUART in each case, and delivered to ;you, all charges prepaid, at Ute.fal
for them. It set a of and COcts. B. R. Wilson & Bon.
ful method will cost just as much. To corps __ am using the sixth box of "SNUF lowing prices per case:

make it a HUCCCHS the "digging out" experts to ascertain the actual conditions FLES" and am surprised at the result.I Ferndale, A, 7 years old, $3.20. Ferndale A A, 8U years o.ld. $,{ 711.
would be thoroughly dime, not only and to estimate the direct losses Secret of Coltee. BlaiklnsT.Experiment .. than I have for five
suffered the am feeling better Ferndale, A A A, 10 years old, $1.20. Money refunded Is not entirely
by farming communities has disclosed the fact satlniiod
thereIs
en every tree In tho orclmrd, but also yeais. The air passages are clean
cu all "olil, relics" of' pencil trees In through the lack of permanent country that one-fourth of a teaspoonful of me- no discharge, and my head Is as clear asa :=: ::..4IMASON: : Ss CO.

the Immediate neighborhood./ A linlf highways easily passible! at all seasons dium strength vanilla added the last I bell. 'l'bisletheonly Catarrh medIcine
of the and hi all did and I have tried a State: Agents. 301-307-300-311 West Bay Street Mason Block.
dozen such "oHl relics" left untreated year conditions of tho' thing before serving to etnggb coffee that me any good;

near by served to thoroughly restock weather. I for four persons Improves It 60 per number. J. CALDWELLE1PaaOTexas.buta JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
rue cost of hAuling farm SNUFFLES no ordinary remedy, .
averago cent. The secret of perfection Is to use "
orcliaru
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WIth borers so -- _
our every year which Is positively -r
products from the farms to the pointof enough vanilla to cover the strong coffee complete treatment
that out" method although
our "digging < guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any
/ practiced thoroughly each year shipment over the entire United flavor, yet not enough 'to be de form or stage when used according to di FOR $ 8.2O.
( States Is 25 cents! ton mile. The ..
per per tected. acids .
never mxlucctl! the number oorerll.bI -> rections. There are no powders ,

low' the danger/ limit. This Is a very railroads charge less than halt a centa A pinch of salt In coffee has long or iubalers but a simple and pleasant Sent to us by Express, postofBce order or New York Exchange we will

.1 I Important factor In the success of the mile per ton for hauling these products been my secret for a certain! delicate treatment for men, women and children. send ;you by Express, CHARGES PREPAID,

'digging out" method. Under certain to market or about one-fiftieth' the flavor that every one likes, but 1 did Don't delay but send for it at once and

millennial conditions we believe 'the amount It costs the farmers themselves not know until recently that I had In write full particulars as to your condition FOUR FULL QUARTS
to deliver tbe to the rail- 'and will receive special advice from
goods
numbers some mysterious way stumbled upon you
borers Could lie red need to
discoverer of this wonderful remedy
I the Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
ways. the modus which has made
, the minimum In an orchard by this! operandi without cost beyond the regular price of
These figures show how : "
extremely the coffee of Norway "superb. In
metbod alone. Practically peach
every the
I grower who makes any pretensions of shortsighted the agricultural communities that country tAe coffee is roasted fresh' Prepaid remedy.to any address on receipt of*1. Calhoun Pure Whiskey

:i lighting the borers, digs them out at are In permitting their highwaysto every morning In a covered shovel keptIn Address Dept. C 703: EDWIN B. GILES Rye ,
remain as they are at present. The the fire. A bit
least once A year. Many then apply constant motion over & CO., 2330-34 Market St. Philadelphia.
\ some wash ear other device. difference In the cost of Improving the of salted butter Added after' the roastIng Weshlji in PLATO PACKAGES no marks to indicate contents (which will avoid all com
.) It and It, If It Is .
country roads and of hauling over them - - - -- you get tent not satisfactory, return It at OUR EXPENSE and
The application! of certain ,preventive process Is begun gives It an InduscNboble your '3.20 will be cheerfully refunded. This WhlHkey la as good s any *5 00 goods In the marten
, measures after the borer, have been as they are. If saved as It might very flavor as delightful as It Is GENERAL DIRECTORY. WII are aloe at band and can give yon QUICKER JJtLIVERY!: than distant houses. Ye h...
,well! be would make them rich. In Avery subtle been doing business this city and at the same stand for over la YEARS and as to our REt
l' dugout not a.waste of energy whereseveral PONS1H1LITY AND REFUTATION for Honest dealing we rater you to any merchant here, or to
few years.MAKING. The French too have made their 1- the editor of this paper.
I "old relics"", are left untreated
I I. near by or W a neighbor's peach or reputation for excellent coffee by using It. 8. LAND OFFICE. SOLOMON & LEVI,

I chard a few rods away la neglected.As GOOD ROADS.Ed..flo..1 butter while roasting It. A piece of H.8. {Chubb............................ ...neitlster.Jteu..lvu.Ollloos 1028 & 1030 First Avenue

"! tbenu. condition usually prevail In butter the size of a walnut with a dessertspoonful w.o.nobln.on.at Gainesville, Florida. P. O. Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
Work of the NationalAssociation.
I the neighborhood of most peach orchards of powdered sugar to
three of coffee is the U. 8. SENATORS. NOTICE:-We pay Express Charge to all points reached'by. "SOUTHERN:
wo .i; any other method used alone with n country proportion used. This Id said to bring 8. It. Mallory..,..... ...., .. ......... .,1'eunacolu. Southern Express Company transfers to said other Express Company prepay points wknrs
road as demonstrated by the expedition
few possible exceptions can be depended out both flavor and aroma and moreover -
U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.
sent out by the National Good
i upon to reduce the number of Roads association riosmnoor gives the slight caramel taste Robert W. Davis....... .. ........... ...Pslatka.H. '
borers to the minimum But we beIi at recent which tourists remember to have enJoyed M.Sparkinan................. ..... .Tampa cr3ASw: e Jc.r :h/.I: c& co.
I lieve' that there are several combinations ly., is by n.i means a dlllleult or complicated < nowhere but In It'rance.-What ,
kI I matter, says the Chlongo Trib FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.K. BID W. JACKSONVILLE. '
817 St.
, of tlUs destructive method with to Eat. N. IHinlck 1'alm Reach...... ... ...Senator. Bay FLA.
une. To the ground for the
prepare
" a preventive application which will Dee>.ttf.l. K. B. Raulonun Fort rluroe.Repreeeutattve.EXECUTIVE ." .
road It l Is necessary;! first to secure per. '
' give better results than either "But she looks \"
I'/ one feet drainage. The ground must be so confiding. DEPARTMENT 1 ,

H Ii alone in most orchards and will keep protected from the Infiltration of "That's Just what makes her so hor Wm. Jennings............... ........Goveinnr.Jno. .
the pest under control. Dig out the rid. When you get to know her you L Crawford'.. ..Secretary of State.
ground water which would cause a James H. WliliBuld: :::: ::...: reasurer.1Ytn. :
irIe5
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II borers In June or In June and September caving lu of the roadbed" find that abe has nothing to confide. II Lantar. Attorney-Oeneral. W! ES
Sho.ts..ffitpt.411dto Instruction. r,
! / In northern peach growing die --- W. N.
.: After the drainage has been attended H K.!: McLIn.CutumiseloaerAgriculture.
, tricts.In to the surface of the road Is leveled Stricken With Paralysis.Henderson Along C. (rronra...... ......... ... Comptroller. ND
, New York tho application of Clifford R. Foster..'. .. ...AdJtitant-Oeneral.
Grlmett, of this place was John Bradford.. ..... .... ...SurveluMleneml.It. 11
washes and other preventives should .... .......
stricken with and .E. n..."). .. .... State Chemist
' be made between June 15 and July if partial paralysis com at Tallahassee Florida.
'i .hUfllces
.y plutely lost the use of one arm and side i
and should remain In
they perfect COURT JUDGES
SUPREME wa" LF !
working order until Oct. 1. In Canada i physician, 111. H. tl+bry................. ... Chief Justice.
'''i July 15 will usually be soon enough/ to wife recommend Chamberlain's F. Carter........... ,.. .. .Associate Justice. k
t my .......Taylor............. ... .... ? t
make applications and they should lust Ititlm and after using two bottles of I It

I until November. The foregoing' Is the he Is al raoct entirely cured.-Oeo. R. McDonald q-: RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.

I advice Of the Cornell (N. Y.) station Man, Logan county, W. Va H.E. Day (chairman...............Gainesville. :
Several other remarkable cures ot J.L. Morgan,... ... .. .. ... ... ..........Jasper.. .. Y
very .... ... .. Klsslnunr. vr' It( \ v
SUGAR CANE.Practical i iti partial paralysis have been effected by John J.M.Bryan L.Neelev' :Jr..:clerk' :::::: ::: : Arcadia.Headquarters .
! T. -. tho use of this liniment It Is most wIdely and noses at Tallahassee. Fla. Sy1"V'nn c -1 3X2. w v :] .JLJOP.e.k i.ey.

Palate About Cam F.lPla known however as a cure for rheu, COURT. Four Full
CIRCUIT Quarts Delivered for 320.
madam sprains and bruises. Sold by all
...
>tlaT mmd F r llla and Minor 8.Jones. ,Tltn.nte..Clroult Judm.
druggists medicine dealers.
" Experimental work with sugar can J.J). Beggs perm-Fiat Orlando.Prosecuting: : Monday: In April Attorney. 6 of the same $4.5O. 12 of the same $9.00.

; baa been carried on for ten years at Fat i Ann:.:First Moaiiajr i la NovemUer.BREYARb ; i All
goods are in
I II BOAD ORAUBB AT WORK. Fer n.la> For Pot.oned Bra* Bait. put up plain boxes-no marks on the same to show contents.
the Louisiana
station la six
years of I I
and shaped Into convex form by means Professor ;CODa'1'Y! COURT.
Mally's formula for poisoned Agents for the Pabst
III! planting first and second stubble Brewing Co.
;year
f *
of the grading machine a sort of surface bran mash to be used A. D .Countv Judira.
for seed purple plant has given slightly against grasshoppers James K. AnSrewsPTaeouting; ::: Attorney:
I'J' the best results plow pulled by horses or mules. : Twenty-five pounds wheat A. A. 8tewart....... ..... ... . ...County Clerk .--- ---
as regards sugar content Where long stretches of road are to be Spring Term-Second Monday tn May.
bran
two arsenic
pounds
(00 cent ,
I while first per ) In PABLO BY
stubble Second Monday
striped ;year Bummer Term- August.Kail THE SEA LIVERY.Turnouts
constructed a .tra Uop engine will beTHE three .
I has given the largest In gallons sorghum molasses. Mix Term-Second Monday In November.
yield tonnage
Winter Term Second Monday in February.
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f and
I' preparethoroughly.. Then add
I
I t First ;year stubble leads In tonnage
I followed by; second year utubblo. enough water to wet tbe whole mixture COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. of all descriptions ,..r SADDLE HORSES

: i 'It Is concluded that good stubble more thorouRbly. and yet leave It E. Minis ,uperintendent.Bonavenmre.Member. I "
arI'x .) J. M. Dixon chairmanTltusvllle; :
' is doughy enough to handle well for scattering Andrews Cocoa C. P.Platte, Fort Pierce. ".fl BAGGAGE Transfer
'I: cone fully as good as, If not the superior R.N. ;
! broud nst. Ureat cure should be
fJ of. plant cane for seed. TRAPS,
COMMISSIONERS.:
taken to mix tbe bran and arsenic well COUNTY HAULING, Etc.
One-sixth of the entire of
I cane
crop
before the J. R.Walker chairman Tltnsvllle John R.
adding molasses.
Then the
, In the state Is used for planting, ,according Mlot, Indlanola A. Conkllng, Tlllman;John SURREYS, ;, Wm. WILKINSON,
to estimates made. poison, bran and molasses should be (Jones, Wood ."I.J.; Frank Hell White City
, well kneaded Into dough and lastly Regular: sessions are held first Monday each LAUDAUS,
i Chemical analyses of cane grown montb. Proprietor.

M, continuously from tops, middles and moistened with water. BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. VICTORIAS
to Arsenate of I lead may be used instead Pablo Beach Fla.
butts show but little difference ,
as regards -, .I>. Penney,Tltnsvllle.... County Judge
of
arsenic but In
: I the double the quantity. ( ::::: :
value of the different portions '. Andrews Tttusvlllei. .. Pros Atty.A .
t The arsenate of lead should first be .A. Stewart, Tltll.ulll.nUllt'Clerk
of the
p cane. thoroughly rubbed i. ... ..... ........Tax Assessor ADVOCATE
In trials to determine the Influence of ply .tl. ;Ti up and dissolvedIn II:.W.wooten\coeoa.\ ........ ......Tax Collector PRINTING HOUSE.
planting large medium and small water! so ns to make a whitewash. F.H. Bnye Tltusvllle .. .... .......Treasurer
I 1 canes Then to this add tae' molasses and mix R. K. Mime, Honaventure.. .... Supt. Pub. InstJ. .
, selected continuously from plantings of O. Fries Tltnsvllle... .. '...{'OuutSuneynr. .../
''I large medium and small canes thoroughly J.P. Brown.Tltnsville..... .........'.Sheriff 0'.r ?
reapertively /
I\ T.J.Cookshutt LaGran ge..Registration OttloerTITtlSVILLE a
the results show diminished -
I',; yields from using small. Inferior stocks NEW BABYOpens Cures lllood Troubles Blood TOWN COUNCIL

, and It Is believed to be most profitable up a ne"w world to the loving Poison, Cancer Eczema etc. A.D.Penneymayor;M.8. Jones jr.,marshal
and tax collector: C. S. ftchuyler clerk and
li to plant large and vigorous for mother. If it is a
cane
strong healthy baby treasurer. ; John Henry tax assessor. ; D. L.
I eed. that new world is a world of happiness. (Uaulden F. A. Losley J. M.Ulnon.O.: F.Duren

The roots and stubble of cano are If it is a weak, fretful child the new Costa Nothing to Try. .inaR.walkercounoilmen.. The council meeti

usually left In the soil but It )Is A com world is full of anxiety. It has been Old, obstinate, deep-seated cases per first Tuesday each month.

mon practice In Louisiana'to burn the prawn in thousands of caws, that the manently cured by taking Itotnnlo Blood TITU8V1LLE BOARD OF TRADE.O.14.Robbinspreeldsnt.T.1.Dixon. .

tops. and leaves. A ton of purple cane tion Use of Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescrip helm (It. n. I).). If your blood Is tainted ; tre....
makes .
all
the difference between offensive urar.J. W. Hast"""ret..r, Meets second Wednesday -
producing
II as grown In Louisiana with Its accompanying strength and weakness in children. eruptions, aching night In each month at their rooms.
bone |and Joints ulcers, falling hair, mu-
trash burned In the field will mothers have
children healthy cons patches sour mouth and throat, FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
thus remove 2.08 pounds of nitrogen happy to Favorite Prescrip
gives the mother scabs or scales persistent pimples eating Indian River Lodes No. no, holds Its meetings
1.04 pounds of phosphoric acid 1.22 her child. strength to give sores, swellings sore lip, dry sore, dull, the,second and fourth Friday evening or each
pounds of potash and ,52 pound ofIlme. It makes tlrt! baby's advent aching lancing shooting pains then month at their lodge room near court house,

A ton of striped cane under similar secretion practically of painless the nourishment amt promotes the have blood poison or ,the beginnings you of at F. A.7:30]Morgan o'clock,Seo'y.p. m. 0..... WScobie W. M.;

conditions will remove 2.38 poundsof to the healthful necessary deadly cancer. Don't experiment but
nitrogen 1.30 pounds of phosphoric child. feeding of the nursing take Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. U.) made ORDER OF EASTERN STAR. ..
.iOf
acid. 2.31 pounds of potash and .08 a I hove been especially to cure all malignant blood Friendship Chapter, No. 11, holds Its meetings I itGYe.Y.P/J'E GATE'a ldYT/N6DWtifrw; -
using Dr Plerce'a Favorite Prescription troubles like those named above and In the Muxonlo I Lodge room, Tltnsrille. on tbIrot
pound of lime. and can say it la; just what Tuasday. In each month ate o'clock .m.
tUe it to be." writes "' ... Victor Hasidic of Itching, scabby carbuncles p
In fertlllxlnir experiments J. eczema and the third T<(_lay In each month at Tat
nitrogennot Leonardsvllle. Riley Co.. Kanias. "I began scrofula, rhoumttUm cancer blood clock p. m. The fnllowlng. are the officers of
to exceed 48 pounds per acre has taking it jtit two months before halt, came humors etc. Heals lOre and th..loo.ljtet Mrs. C. 8.""hl1)'ler. worthy matron; M rt.
and every stops I
been' found profitable when It vrss malty: benefited by its use. The doc ,, !Jr. H. R. Wilson, worthy ; %Ir.. F. S. 1
used all
was tor who attended I aches and patron
me said I < id about as well as pains. Try It. Costs but taffoe. associate matron; A. r r IM, r
In combination with phosphoric acid any one he had seen (ss I was sick only about $1 at druggists. Treatment sent free by tr arms, Misa Aleph Mima 'Morn; .
three hours, and also that 'a:1: : :
:
and potash. Sulphate of ammonia sons srription was 'one patent medicine'your' Favorite which Pre.he writing to lr. Rillam.200 Mitchell> Street, Goa M. Bobbins, conduction; .J. B.. R. wllannaasnrlateew.turtreeMrs. .

found to be bent form of nitrogen with did nave nub in. We now have a darling baby Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble and free A"ah; Mrs.John R. Walker Ruth; Mr Scrvren... F. A.
cottonseed meal I a close second followed pounds boy, strong when and born healthy IXiriogthi, who weighed month he nine has 'medical advice given Medicine and free.. ;Morgan Esther; at,...0..... W. Bcohle Martha' ti- '( .

by fish scrap nitrate of soda gained( b.I'u': one-half nounda.. Have never medical advice sent at once prepaid. I). Woodward Mrs.\ T. T.,Electa Wetraor. Marshal; Mrs. W M. : .'.
given dose of medicine." It. U. originated by Dr. Gillam over 30 -
and tankl1 l'. In the order named. The
Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical years ago.! Thousands have been cllred-
? Increased cost of sulphate of ammoniaIn Adviser in paper covers, seat fret on many after doctor. and patent medicines -Secure reservations via ,Clyde T.lnesteamers. Fine Job Work Executed

the local market militates against receipt of at one-cent stamps to pay. bad utterly failed. Itotanlo Blood Balm between Jacksonvilleew: Quickly

Its use as compared with the cheaper expense of only. Address Dr. (B. B. It) gives life, vigor and strengthto York and Boston, at the ADVOCATE

forms.r . _- . Jw R. V. Pierce Buffo, N. Y. the blood, making II pure and rlcb. office, Tltnsvllle. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE. .

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 11, 1901 3

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;rofe8"ion"lO rd8' I HIGHWAY ALLIANCE.New USEFUL ROSE. S 1q'd s sl Ills I
A aN
Sc@fuJa Our Working -- \ sh s11' 1 P 1 11 IIIIy'i,' I

M. ROBBINS, OnxnnlMtloa Whoa. Object lallond *>f Almost Constant Worth and llrnny -

O TilE OFFSPRING Improvement. CirI Tliroiiuli the \rnr.

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR The expressed: objects and Intentions The llgur> from Anicrlcnn nrdpntng! \1 '

AT-LAW. OF HEREDITARY of the Highway Alliance, a new oodruntll Life to the most favored 1 I..not always shows a single plant of Rosa iniiltltloru,
of sunshine but to the average
full
organization just IncorporatedDiew height, 7 feet U inches; dlaiuoter, 11 .
BLOOD who is obliged 1 .v
Will practice la State and United State TAINT. York ''I\"ltb'ltl headquarters In American girl or woman "
to work for her living, nod perhaps feet. A correspondent bays: 1 consider
Court. Scrofula is but a modified form of Blood New York city, should leave no doubt
life Is often useful
to help others at home this one of the most roses
Office at TITUSVII.LK, FLA. Poison and Consumption. The aa to the usefulness both local I and national illness. all
parent in oonsequence'of
heavy drag of the phuvH In
bicaiim many p 1 1IUilt
grown
who is
tainted by cither will gee m the of such an orgnnlzutlou. Here Women who work especially those 1
child the same di objects which it can be used and yet not IH "1 eany h
-etwemauifcstingitself are some of the more Important who are constantly their feet, are / III
D.L.GAULDEN, in for which the alliance exists: peculiarly liable to the developmentof rather unsightly some time In the year 11 1 1111 111'.f dinner llme.a I

ATTORNEY -LA1P, the form of swollen I ,1. Public agitation for highway Improvement. organic trouble. and should par lu' the rally spring, of courno. like all 1''I1 ; !h 111' nm.h.gon.l um.tor". ', I I I
Elands of the lil
neck and 111111tt1 I
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2. Obtaining and publishing tloularly herd the first manifestations, I the other roses Us greenery In iHaiitlMVLTirLOllX
the Courts nf throat l I" : l 1 I I I11t1 I
Will practice In all the State catarrh, weak. in, the lowerlimbs I Coy
backache
such pains
ot t'Florida, and the United States Courts.I eyes, offensive sores ia1 ; Information relating to highways! as of the atomaeh.Irregular 1111? 1; oUit
lower
I flux, 236. TITUSV1LLE:, FLA. and abscesses aud of. .'. .... J 3. Proposal of laws and ordinances for apd and painful part monthly periods, l t'l i' CAND LES

Money to Loan. 18 tenlinus white swelling e'r highway opening, cOI1..tl'uctluu. main ,
of "t rattle 4. Thy ul\* a light 1
sure signs tenuuce and Oppo lug proposed Ili '
T there nil U nitil l bra.
J. WEBB, Scrofula. There may! f-r' ,\ I laws and ordinances tending to all 1 1II I\\ ,111anL No odor. isi.verywh.r.

F, be no external signs for jj IIt. <-- diminish the usefulness of highways.B. 1t bt.ny .17 l.i. Bold
e a long time, for the disease develops *.
e slowly 1m- ,
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W, Urging the public authorities to .
.
I In some cases but the 1>ison! is in the prove the highways' and keep them In j,. e.sTA.1Aitl 4
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th I blood and will break out at the first favor.able -- ,
repair. 8. Assisting In the vindication .4 :
Oil. ( IS. -
Tlrcuit. Taxes paid for non-resident opportunity. S.S.S. cures this wast- '
sod rents and accounts collected. ing, destructive disease by first purifying of-the highway rights of the public and t t ,
P
and building the also aiding any person whose rights rend
up blood aud stimulating -Some of our down-I'lv..r n have
TITCTSVILLK, FKORIDA and invigorating the whole system. have been Infringed while using the r forgotten the filet that this ofllco Is fully ."

1. :M.'Seal*,115 Public Square.Na-.hrtlU.Tna- highways or as a consequence of such equipped to do all kind of job printing. \' ;2 1

PENNEY, say her*forehead t Ten rar.From ago thl my wound daughter tbe fell glandOB and cut use whenever the bonn of directors of Advertising and job printing helps us to ,

A.D. the side of her. fac. became swollen. and bar.tcd. this corporation In their discretion, publish a newspaper" worthy of the East
Borne of the bent doctor here and tin-where consider that the usefulness of high ROSA AS A UBCORATrVatPLAMT. Coast, and all we want Is a share of It.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW attended her
without .
any benefit. We decided
to try S. .. *, sod a few. bottlea cured her e... ways will be advanced." f
tirely.n ,ful but more so because of Its freedom
.
1l1ITUSVtl.LE, FLORIDA The Highway Alliance will Introducea :
make new and pure new feature so far as concerns its from the stiffness of most other rose '
Will practice In all the courts of the Vth blood to nourish; and membership.. In order that It shall not bushes. In June It Is' noticeable for KIDNEY DISEASES !

Judicial Circuit. S S S strengthen the body the number of flower
be obligatory upon all who join the alliance
and i* a positive antisafe "For August: It I I. still holding its I
to give to It their support financially Miss ELLA BamtB, X. ROCMBSTM. 0.100I&lntneaa
cure for Scrofula own as a green bush while the other Are the most fatal of I all tilt
It two grade of membership will
& JONES, overcomes all forms of blood poison, A month
MORGAN whether inherited or acquired and no be In force persona belonging to' one weakness, loss of appetiteand rose are hardly presentable. eases.' I
I
bad
later think It not so ,
remedy so,, thoroughly and effectively grade to be' known a. ,active- or eons sleep. or so you may (
ESTATE AND INSURANCE, The whose portrait we and as the season slips Into winter the
.lady
cleanses the blood. HI you have any trlbutlng members and 'th !le' belonging young KIDNEY CURE I. s 1
blood chRd publish herewith had all the imp sight of thousands of bright scarletberries
Loans, Notary Public." trouble or your has inherited FOLEY'S
to the other aa generalor sympathetic i
some blood taint take S.- S.-Sand get toms! and in addition leueand above the carpet of snow perchance Qoaraottid Ramifyor ., I
members. ln the latter
Collections, Typewriting, Stenography. the blood in good condition and preventthe Anyone was cured by Lydia K. Ptukham makes JoU".pt>t'ulate at what ..

TITOSVILLB:, FLA. disease doing further damage. grade may change hla\statua whenever Vegetable Compound. First she time of the yesr-Aprll'June. 'Decent* I Imncdies'
Send for our free book and writs our be.likes upon payment of the dues of a wroto a letter to Mrs. PInkham'.lab- bar or March Kosa multlflora I* at its money refunded. Contains

physicians about your case. ,,We make nocharge contributing member for one year. oratory at LynBh\ _? dwaerlbing her'> besfc recognized by'dent emf; !
A. WOKLEY; trouble, received In reply accurate in. .
whatever for medical advice. .
GEO. do'to well and "It may be very effectively used .. a 'physicians as the best for
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA 8" W._.. .. Dt... tructlona what to get
ATTOBNE Y-AT-L A W.I, To go back as far aa the end of,the: now wishes her name used to convince border, plant In too emiwtld spot" In KIdney and., Bladder troubles. I<
--------- others that they may be cured a* she tbe wood or at a water crossing.
named
General practice In State and Federal thirteenth century,. a woman PRICK ti0[. and.,.00.'
Codrt. All business entrusted will Protula was, professor of the art of .was.The II
ROAD ORGANIZATIONS.
,
receive same helping hand free of T.. A.... Tr.. IS It. WILSON & SON. '
prompt attention. healing at the Unlverslty-of, Palermo charge or obligation, I I. extended, to tree I'a'' tough I
v.... of Cnit.d Effort to Pr _... Trimming apple
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate and certificate In the archive If
lb. a.... Kmt4 c..... an every allln r woman in America. question., ,What I II aa excellent rule for I WANTKD: -(*e, r l ferwini of oharartar and J
Miami. of Partsshows that It 'was a woman you are side you are foolish not to fretthis be trod In sees State(on* in tht. count -
would the TellUt."on
MIAMI FLORIDA. Hon. W. II. Moore, president of the Who was called upon to. prescribe valuable advice, it costs yon nothing the close upright grower I ,. '.'' nmroxnnt mid advertise old es
II tablUlMrt .. solid tlnan
lulnlncia liniiiM r
National Good .Roads association.\ In an and she !in sure to help Don"wait reverse for the open straggling OIllS. wealthy .
tor Louis IX.-' on his 'return 'fromu.e you. be done olal' atandlnir.. Salary(lit wiwkly.with .ip ni>e. ,
TAMES' ANDREWS, address delivered beforetbe good crusade. In. seventeenth century until it la too late-write to-d.,.' : Anyway, tbe trimming should additional, all payahla In Cash until Wcdnmdajr
and never to direst from ba l olllu Itiinmnnil fur- '
while the tree 1 I. young. oarrlna
roads convention of Mississippi spoke Ollva del Babucco,; a Spanish woman 'the main nlKhad.. when; .........". Rnferanr. KnvloMi<: I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. of the varied Interests affected by Improved waa considered an excellent doctor such an extent a* to expose So If atlilrwMiit. Stan test envelop. Manager SIS
Main office and postofflce address Trrus- branches. And It make little differ'enee ('aztou lltillillni. Chirs,o., SOiloe!
highways.He ,, and "a, hundred year later Anna
VILLE.: Branch office at FORT PIBRCK.FrosecUtlng said that the peoplo should Maueollnl an Itallen. ,waa professor In THE CENTRALIZED SCHOOL. to the the health dead wood or productiveness btl' taken out -Job Printing of all kinds executed

Attorney for Brevard Co. awaken to the spirit of the times and a medical college In Milan.' Two other 'whether Of course >deadwood at the ADVOCATE office. Send your order.
not.
Notary Public State at Large. get away from the ox team methods of well known woman doctors were Bar Slew It W.rkn Im an Okl Tow...... of old trees or
does not help the looks of an orchard i ,
their forefathers and meet the modern twra Welntranbeln, a German woman A Vive Year. Trial. nor Is I it a convenience In gathering IA.U.IUl.. 8 A L V E""

E. FOSTER conditions Imposed by the prevent sod a Swedish woman named Christine "It was ati early spring looming. the Ih.-n.healing..Iveln the world.
STEPHEN civilization aud the business I rain falllnK Inter crop.It
by present Grxbelen. In these day the United Coldjilsty was a* to the agewe
I III
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW conditions lie spoke of the relation States boasts of more women doctors persed with snow 8<|ualU. Tbe wind a question orchard some TilE RAPID CALKKIt Is what every

of the cities to tbe country dlstiictand than any other country. England fob was strong from too northwest. Underfoot should grow an apple of ;yacthsrnan and boatbullder needs. For
glv*
account
films Building| said that the theory that the farm- t. next. the mud and water were having, a contending that, on sale by Jas. Prltchard A: Son, Titus- I

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ers should alone bear tbe cost of road' w* pat for supremacy, yet in the midstof Ing finer fruit and ease gathering of spraying fruit, ,tbe of vllle, Flft.! Price ft and IS each.

construction was an exploded idea; Happiness depends very much on the It came the school wagonette drawn cultivating
that It was the duty of the cities to condition of the liver and kidneys. The by a spun of stout horses, while Inside, young orchard only pays and that It I* The Indian River Heal Estate
W. ALLEN, Ills of life make but \little Impression. on cheaper to grow young trees In place of
GEORGE help the farmers Improve tbe country protected from storm wind and mud, Agency Hn for Sale
those whose digestion Is good. You can the old ones. On the average year the
roads as It la of vital Interest to the were 10 children bound schoolward nail
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, rsgulateyour liver and k Idney* with Her margin of profit Is not large; thereforeIt Unimproved lands from 12.00 to (25.00
cities to lessen! the cost of production all singing 'Comln Through the U,..
.
KE3// WEST, f FLORIDA. blue and enjoy health and buoyancy of Is not worth while to use great care per acre.
of the necessities of life. Two added to the
youngsters were
Will practice In the United States spirits. Price SOots. 13. R. Wilson &; Son.: to preserve old tree from decay caused 10 acre orange grove, near Tltusyllle.
said he who docs buckled
Every, supervisor, load the hoot was again up
and State Courts. 9Jun96 by trimming. In fact. It I II not necessary some trees bearing, $800.00.) .
not work the roads as be should is a the BOOwt/ >nt on. und the little company ,
RENEWING PASTURE. to trim off dead wood when the ft acre orange grove, near Titusvllle,
thief, and every day that be falls to enforce finished Its trip of a mile to the with 10 acres of land some bearing
and bark I la tight a* uo ,
T O. FRIES, C. :E. work on too roads be la stealing O-'t Reed on Inverted Bod -Two centralized school. Our township: has tree Is dormant $())00.00.Orange.

from the county which employs him Methods or Getting a Good Stead had centralized Reboots on trial and asa material damage will be done to the grove and pineapple' farm, at
COUNTY SURVEYOR.
and provides by law for bin labor, for In some farming operation thing permanency now for over five years," tree. Mlooo, 600!good bearing treus, with 1 ace

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. when you pay your money for any Mtttnot be hurried beyond a certain writes John Gould of Ohio to Rural Gathering the fallen fruit I is important shed torf Ines, good dwelling, 1,000.00, j
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for on account of contagion of fun. 80 acres of pine and hammock land fororanges .
whether It be for
thing no matter New Yorker.
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed groceries paint., One of these Is In obtaining a rot. As to the and R lt south of
goiiH diseases 1111 rip pines on .
road should
inltiil of the bun-
dry goods or you "To my one greatest
lines a specialty. g MWl pasture. You cannot seed on tilt codling moth unless apples are blown Sebastian Hirer, J800.00
wet value received lie wild that the efltw of the centralized school Is in
TITUSVILLB, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. hrrcrted sod-In other words It Is out off by high/ wind, he III I always gone before House and 44 acres of ,land, beautiful\ ,
only way In.td( b values could begained abolishing" the claswihlp Incident to the '
miles
river front, 'J of Eau Gall c. 300./ .
the question to expect to obtain a the apple falls, so we catch him
was to thoroughly organize all dtvlfllon of rural schools. Bach neighborhood 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, liver
N. S. BURNHAM. M. D. Interests and by sending delegate to geed pasture by turning over a sod andbsiiiiiiltately ) thus become a cm..,... with but by spraying. front, at Oeorgtana, $700. .

tbe state convention formulate a reseedlng It. The soil little Interest In the community at The borer I Ia sold to only work under Apply at once to \

SURGEON and SPECIALIST, scheme of Ivglslatloo which will en- .art be rotted and thoroughly worked large, and the matter of acquaintanceof protection of weeds or litter If soil I I" D. I<. GAUI.PKW, Manager.Titusvllle ,

'Ear, Nose and Throat. able the people to forcp the supervisor njd. In a case of this kind there are children to different parts of a kept clean there t I.* tittle danger, Vf jf- Fla. i ,

to do their duty. lIe also advocatedthe two course one might pursue: ((1)) Plowat town are slight., Now,all the children ever better keep looking for bis woik.

WEST PALM FLORIDAVirgilliaHomes appointment of a state road engineer once and fallow until the middle of I A link sawdust I Is evidence. It you Foley's Honey end Tar

, BEACn- -, to be located at.Jackson., and a Asigu st. when tbe sod ought to be pret see the sawdust, look for the borer andget hale Itintn aadmtoja tbe cottg6.t1 "i :

county engineer In each county who t-well decayed}.then aeed. If this I I. >a him out.., Hove had little experience -

would establish a uniform system all itaiM and the season Is fairly propl-I.a but know bv kills tree when left Y,, '

through the state. He promised the' tntut, good cover, should ,be got by to have his way.

convention .that I If they were to,orgsn- a.*t' :spring, but cattle -should be kept The flat beaded borer has been more' >t,

Ize they would be' In a position to" tlc- 'out'until the sod baa tightened and the troublesome-to u....- This borer. sure) Always ......... I

tate the attitude of their legislators. soil has settled. In the meantime It a to attack the tree where the sun strike
You learn / ,
all about Lands I
Virginia ; Always the B.*t. :
Its resources, products,mode of out both'state and national nix Him I advice may be necessary to cut the grass. ((2 1 trunk ior IImbt The'remedy-1- I. to. cut I

tlvatlon twlo4IJI"ete., by reading the) was fororganlxatton.. agitation Plow the whole of It at once and sow blm out. !

Virginia Farmer. Send lOots. education and legislation part of It with' soiling crop.. Keep If the tree ba a crook, let It be planted hilt

forr3,(nonths..wubxorlptlon to the tM remainder, fallowed until seeding so the sun will not strike that por n 1 ER I !: At
:
Farmer Co.; Emporla, Va, The Eminent Kidney' tame.-tbe middle of August' or firs( of tion.Plant l'' sEEDS', ,fne

I' September. A good soiling crop wouldbe ON TUB WAY TO A CENTRAXJZHO BCBOOUof young tree and keep themgrowktg. I

IIAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON: and Bladder Specialist. out and peaa. On this the cattle the town are!' of one community and Farm the bead low and dens

Rapid Calker If noteall'at the store could be fed while tbe remainder of the merit wins. One scholar I I. a. good aanother <> enough to shade t

of Jas. Prltcbard A;< Son. Titusvllle.\ M (found was growing In the' pasturing aDd talent and deportment All leaf eaters are absent when woIpl'a I
It Is article that should be In thepossewlon c4..p1
an with the arsenltes. J. J. Black
of boatbullder ,and coIlldltlon.-J. Craig. In Amerljran liardenlng. an tbe only avenue to merit. 1 !
every
yachtsman. Read the testimonialsfrom ? ,' ___________ "It I I. not her contended that the wet! Before New Jersey /lortlcultural

first-class boatbuilders. 'c;= There are thousands of people suffering! centralized school II yet perfect. It Society.

t log untold torture from pile because. of U In a state of evolution but each step '. ...... .. I'
toward Cost *f .. .. *>f . DYSPEPTICIDEThe 4'
the popular Impression. that they cannot scenic the better move solvingthe
be cured. Tabler'a Buckeye Pile Ointment question of a better education for The question ,ls often asked What ) greatest mid to DIGESTION., ;'

will cure them and the patient will the rural boy and girl. In average attendance does It cost, to grow an acre of straw- '

A Sample copy of one of tbe best farm 1 remain cured. Price 60ota In,, bottles. the new plan far exceed the berries In order to answer this question The Largest and Most Com.Dlate t.

papers published, free, It you will send Tubes, 7 ctll. B. It. Wilson A: Bon.tlmfjlanta Did., In some town the attendance I III number. of good,grower In tbe
Establishment
Oswego region were asked by Professor South. i,
BrPet 25 cent better on tbe average. It
your name on a postal card, mentioning am lho Brain.fltliuulantM per "
I.I In township. Then It L. II. Bailey of New York state 'for
Increase the natural fully that our CEO. S HACKER & SOH
tills never of actual and the ,
paper. Dr.S.r. promises to add at 1 least two yearsmore figure! cost replies! ,
capacity of the brain says iI
TUB PLOWBOY Co., ..-bell: They can only abstract for schooling to the school Hf. of the form the basis of the following table

pupil. To be taught along ever unfolding Rest of land two fttn........................ Ill
Atlanta, Ga. tbe purpose of work In hand some of Plowing, and tlllnsPI.nl. ............................ S
TBS DUcovertr: of Swamp-Hoot. at Work la tb* ,fiiergle wblcb are sorely needed and new line In study Inspire. ......................................... Ukttlat RC

His laboratory. to repair aud restore a brain wblcb baa where the ever going bock to re- plants................................ 4
There Is a disease prevailing In this the furthest limit traverse old study byway cause CuliL.tloo .............................u...; U
already bn taxed to -
country most dangerous because so decep- loss and lifeless even to desertion Straw for winter and hulling mulch.. .......... 11Laborho.InN.
sudden deaths which I I. -oDMlntvnt with braltb. Torrmove way pulling ......, _............ 10
!BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE tive. Many are caused by of school life. /
th<* arose of fatlCu.auOlt'd<< by -
It-heart,disease, pneumonia heart failureor overwork by the consumption of alvvttel The cost I* IPS. In mOAt Instance foul coat ..................................... 177
often the result of
apoplexy are kidney
oue's the vole riie transportation of a school districtto Many growers, says Professor Halley -
disease. If kidney trouble Is allowed to ad-' I.i to close ears to
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack of nature. a central I point I I. less than the coat raiN berries at a modi less cost,

the vital organs or the kidneys themselves of It. separate maintenance. In some and a few exceed this sum especially

break down and waste away cell by cell. IIow'n Tin*! towns the centralized plan saves hun.dred. when located near a large town wbere i

Then the richness of the blood-the albumen We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward of dollar. In some the cost Is rents are high, but It would be safe. for :

THADC MARK -leaks out and the sufferer has Bright' foe any case of Catarrh that cannot be bout the same. In a few where one about to engage In strawberry MANUFACTURERS OF

DCBION disease the worst form of kidney trouble. cored by Hall's Catarrh Cure causes have been beyond tbe hoard's growing to figure close to this total

of COPVRIOMTS&e.Anrnne.anAtn Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the new discovery F. J. CiifXKr: A Co Propa..Toledo, O. control, the tout I* more but In ell aside from the cost of fertilizer. Doors Sash Blinds

.)lilr Mc0rtjim oar aMketPh opinion pftd(d.errl rise wh Iptkm.tb:.r amrnif aaitirmitlrni Is the true specific for kidney bladder We, the uodersignel}, have known F. cases ,the Instruction, vastly compeu- ,
pf-obaklr put.ntebld. ronimoiilnfc and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands 3, Cheney for the laat IS and believe i i
t lose!: f.I.arttnle..nfld.ntlL$_ : fur.o Ilaiulniwa..upl.. on.al P.iii l.*iiuaHit of apparently hopeless eases after all other him perfectly honorable years In alt business tate for .lIld'tl'ln'r..ed cost. I c....... c........ M( aiding & Building Material,

I I......ni. taros: aifwicr throuiih lurn CuTluc.lT.tpttat ; efforts have failed. At druggists In fifty-cent: transaction and financially able to P.o...*. of Good R..... : Currant are' rather gross feeder and s
C nice A
n-iiUf, wshmla.bsme.tatlia and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free carry out any obligations made by their A* a result of a good road convention hence will do well on deep, rich soils, : Waierootns.Cannon King, opposite,

Scientific JliTicricnn."tnrtc.nnK.lT by> maiL also a book tailing about Swamp- firm. WEST Jc: THITAX, Wholesale Drag.glsU recently beld at Jackson Tenn., a preferably clay loam They. delight Street.Charleston .

Root and It* wonderful cures. AddressDr. Toledo, O. WALM-O, Ktmr.xA I ta olsu cool situations well drain S. C.
< fllntr tM _II''.. T'lvmt "'.. rood ruada aaMovlatlon has been formed.In on
.cure,i if T.r. ..M Kilmer & Co.. Binghamton N. Y. and : UABVIX,Wholesale drllggl.ta TOledo I
a
nr ed l/ind. Matching l It practiced by
.. lttt".t"\i:: : \
S 't halt t..wede.i.ra I mention this paper.Remember .
uHall's anaemia and most woman'ailments some growers on sandy soil la order to Sash Weights Cord and
rf1Urm & CO.3818"""' ,. Haw York Catanh Cure Is taken Internally, lie digestion Is weak, the making of col- ; keep the root moist and cooL Cur. ''
arenaUm..albxSt.wa.btn.I.D. (;. that tbe EAST COAST acting directly upon the blood and mucous 01', flesh and strength ont of food I I. imperfect 1 ,
iDvocAta does all kinds .f Job printing surface of the system. Price TScts so that the patient I I. wear waD, rants delight In partially shaded situation Hardware.

Folcy'3 at short notice. Send them an order per bottle. Sold by all druggist TesJmonlal nervous and .dyspeptic. This couuUluu: and are therefore well adaptedfor

Kidney CUTQa nd be convinced that It Is the plan to free. lan he corrected by taking a course oflerblne. setting la orchard of tb* larger Window and Fancy Glass

.*. fi kldac/3: end tyiarftf'iT' rJght. bare Job printing done.. Hall's Family Pill are the best. Price, COct. WJlcon A Son. fruits. A SPECIALTY.




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C. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 11, 1901.

I -__ _
JAMES. PIUTCHARD, President; WM. M. Bow,
EAST COAST ADVOCATE THAT COURT OF INQUIRY. ed to make necessary enclosure for the C, S. SCIIUTLER, Cashier. VIce.Preeident
safe keeping of blood hounds

b3. Bond of J. W. Waller, as supervisorof HOT
When Maclay first published his convict, was received and approved. INDIAN RIVER STATE

A WMBLT JOUBBAL DKVOTBD TO TBa DBYBLOrMBKT history, in which Admiral Schley no. On motion Commissioner! Hell I III BANK

or THB IKDIAW UVBB LAKBWOBTII appointed a committee to have propel
was 80 roundly condemned we were
AND BIKOAYHB BAV DBUTIOM houes nnd miiguzlne; built on the lire- ,
thoroughly convinced that the his vard County:! lock land In Dade County; COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

torian could never make good the secure u man to take charge of mine and TEA Authorized capital 1, $
100
1 'PUBLISHED KVEIIT FJUDAT.OBABLKI absurd charges against Schley, if camp; also Beoure the necessary imple Paid up capital - $ :COO
menus to work mine.
H. WALTON Editor & Pul>ll.li !rDUoontlnuanne an investigation of such charges 07. The following bills were examined Average deposits, $ ioo'ooo
.
should be made. That Maclay was
In detail by the finance committee aDd
entirely predjudiced against' the the lioaid ordered warrant to be drawn
.
: of advt., must lie made personally Transacts
at thin' office or by writing. defendant in the present naval for the name, this Oct. ". 1001. BISCUIT a General Banking

court of inquiry, is so transparently General Fond
,J R Walker. Co Com and mileage $ 6 OO)
Check,etc., may be made payable to CHABLM true that no one will attempt to .1. R. Mlot, 1" 4(1K Business.
H. WALTopubliNher. deny it. That the charges made A CoiikllnK ". 14 M)
,
John C. Junes, to. 'ft 00
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by the historian were also utterly J V/ Bell .. 24 611IIIHkllnlC. ( t .. ; Largest and Oldest Bank on the
... .. ... ,, : Rifer.s
Addrem all communication to : ferryman .. .. .. 10 00 .
I untrue, ia becoming more apparent K Howler, ferryman. .... ,... ........... ... 1(1( oil Exchange bought; and mild ,0i ,u
EAijT COAST ADVOCATK:, the continues. 'f'r Wetmore Ice .... . .... ...... ...... :2 ISKloctrlo t'o"'lb'1l'
TITUNVILLE VLOHIDA.U. as Investigation ( Light Co.,... ,..., ... , ........, ... 0 60 B9YaI Countries.
Admiral } vans, who, evidently, J Hrowu, j illiir .. .. .. ... ...... . .... 30 '0
-. . janitor I ........... B (Ml Patronageapprenlated. Prompt ,, m"?,. ,
has no great love for Schley, utterly .' *' w..lllogooCoCom" ........ ... 1100] treatment and everv favor COIININU"lIi,! ,,'?,I',Ita,,,
Department, of Agriculture e e ? .. .. ilIA! +n ervatlve banking gr""le,1, "'
failed in the evidence he adduced Baking
ixilnutea... ........ ;
John O Jones, coining B (Hi '
Weather liiireau-Jupiter, Flu, to established the charge of A A Stewart, accountant....., .. ..*.. .. .... IA oo L'r _I ::: Seaboard National CORKESPON Hank DENTS nf::; ;N,
...... ? irA,
A U I'diiney alary enmity Judge !211 (Ml I Ik r + National Bank of Jackson ""'
cowardice and his state. a >Ilia,
Kla
as alleged, .1 Andrew: pn otitliifr attorney?. ,... SKI alT : ole

Tho following is a comparative state ments were so contradictory as to 'I'J A(llobmwm'"akahuutag paine utfluer Nod' flub.warden................. 40 1041,.0. TIrL'-ctiVILLI!:, T'I4_&.

ment of temperature and rainfall for the be of no valid use to the prosecution. K" A Hm'e,coin H s Co Trean, ...... .,. Ill! 71
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A A Hiewart auditor and clerk 101 DA -::
week ending Tuesday, Oct. 8, II01.< We use the word 'proecu A A Stewart,car copy ucouiiatlou tax ... i1"")
-1001- -1000- tlon' because of its' undoubted I R State Hank, lot nor yepa( .. ......... 1847
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. pro. M..Il..urn.U..K.. .. " ........ ... III'? Perfect Delicious THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
N8 priety, for there can be no doubt Hrevanl Co Hank, " ..... .r... :UK 11 .
:3 75 8r 72 Tom JoMtson.re'.aireCH ......, ....... 200 Appetizing
3 85 74 WO 70 that Secretary Long in his' unwarrantable H at W B llrvw On, book and iipplle 28 no
4 84 72 85 75 attack Schley has' A A Rtewart fmlicbt on oer.. t... 819l
I upon IS l It Wilson A" Sou,Died for prisoners..... 70K Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I fi st: 71 85: ;
7R ,
the administration in the ,
.
: placed Iv llrady ad'ro. md.e for Jail.. .. S a) NDownor, 300UT ,
II 81 7* 80 78 unenviable attitude of .r It Walker; Co .4 ,...,... 6 2n Smith, ro""low. :::::;:::::::: 2 ooKOHarUee .m.
7 8.1 7S: 8(58U 70 prosecutor.Let J 1'rltchard; 8"11. ". ....._, 1 en .. ..... ..... .. '':2 00
it be understood how. It A Kil>bltcl I n hllf case pool., ....... .. Soil .'.. oe
8 '80 72 73 pot W C Hraddock II ..... .. ... 2 00
,r O Fries' KtirveyluK Inlet .. ......... '20 (H) Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
Ivejr Lawson ... .. ....... 2 00LJoritennon
Total rainfall for the week 1.70 that believe the administration .
: ever, we 'FAlbbllsonexmarktnI1: Inlet 0 (MlIf .. ', ...........,... 2 co "..
Departure from normal rainfall for the ia | t.,:;:::;;::: I 70Ft
really prosecuting Schley, l'Inrr.lumhorCo. lumber inlet.. ,.. 4 2MH : District Mo. 4.
week: minus ,83 Indies. Departurefrom for It ia a grave matter of doubtas II Wllnoii: S Son med for. 4 86K It A Tturdee t>al contract 21....... ;, .. ... III 00 Offices foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 202,
normal rainfall since January 1, R Wilson, atten.lauoa r 'pauper: .. 200: H T U f..rd. work Wabaword. ,........... Kl: 00
plus 20.18() Inches.' to whether the President and C'1I Walton, publttbluic IJountie Iteport., 1Ilel: J. K. MUNNERLYN. General Manager.
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District No.6,
'" Mrs 31 I '................ .
UAL. P. IIARDIN, Observer. many other republican in high >viuan, pauper" ..,.......j..... 1600Wm'orev 000OeoDenbam C F Olmfttead road work.................. 70 00 .
,, .. places agree with the Secretary ., ........ ..... .. 1000 J A Richard bridge.... .. : .. ... 10 -- :llrldnei"), .. ...... ....... 000J J H Campbell, InmUer for bridge......... 9 00
the charges he has made againstthe IxiwIiH' ....r.....r..e. 6 0(1M ( E,' Traynor, roadwork................ 3 BOj
, HON< Frank Clark doing a rush. of retch .. ,.."..'.i....., .... BOO P (;Christensen .. ........ ........ 400 MeMurray & Baker
commander theflying squad ('1 I > J M Orrel, n' ..., ............ BOO
law business in Oklahoma. IB 00 .
ing, lIe ron. The chances are that theydo C Moths;:: ( ': ,..a.b... :::.:::::::: BOO J W Frannen, " ...... ......... t (H) ,
: is now engaged In a case that will I, Tucker '.. .... ...... .. .... 10 00 Jeo K Poppell " .... .. .... 280Kt
""I not -acqulese In most of them. A Ooro 't ................ fl (HIH / Pierce Lumbflr Co,lumber brldge.... .. 1:* 30
bring hlm'a fee of fifty thousand Hiit'n.' .......... ... BOOM J S Keen opening road.. ................ 67 00 410Vest Day Street. Jacksonville Florida.
dollars. Mr. Clark is also interest Hut Secretary Long In his eagerness White. ........... ..... 600 W II 1t<.blll.nD.roatiwork ................ 100J
I to vindicate Sampson, and WinAnileraon, .... .....',...... H (Mi F Hell, inspecting roads '..... ...... .. 1580 Headquarters for-
cd In oil wells', in which he expectsto Mr. J. C. Johnson, ............ .," BOO Feeding Prisoner Fund.J .
give him the glory of sinking the Mr f*. W. ,u .... ............
make a fortune. lirl"kll. 10 on P Brown feeding prisoners...... ... .... 124 20
.. .. .
. .
!Spanish ships', has gone too far. 'r.o.l're Ira Crosby oott, ..........t....,... 1000Hamantba 000) Fin and Forfeiture Fund.A Wagon >Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

and in one charge has virtually sat nrlfll, ....,....,...... 6 00 A Stewart crlm pro.............. ...... 708 ,
THE: Scbley Court of Inquiry Jame McClenan ........,...... .. lit onDryantMoCleiian JP Drown, " ............... ...... 17 3OA..ro.t.c..u.f
in Judgment before the court WAS ... ..... ...... 1600 *... .............. ... 00 and Sundries."KELLY" .
drags along with nothing of interest even formed. Road and Bridge Fund., MO Ills orlm pros. .....'........,. V7 20
J P Rruwn, J P Ct................ HIM SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on
I developing. The newspaper' This makes the administration' J 0 Fries, Salary a* Supt.................. 20 85 Board adjourned until the let MondayIn your wheel
controversies of the past had about District No I. at short notice.
in the character of November .
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8:30
the appear proaecutor Bam Norton. hauling flber.. .t......., .. .. 9 onJ ) a m.,1oo1.J.
given to publio all the facts the regardless! of its intention Jn Mendel, work on load . ...., ........ ,. .110
j ,....... ....
court is now giving. J W Unban act contract I 4U (MlItlotrlot
the of ( Md. writes
rro
matter. Odgers, tburg, :
'
The conduct of the court, so far, No.2.Wm "I had a very bad attack of kidney complaint .. WATCHES /
Wlttdcld, bulMhitf fence .. ........ BO 00 CLOCKS
I TAMPA is having ner troubles has been above reproach. Admiral H II Haum, road work .. .. .......... ../ 7 nO and tried Foloy'a Kidney Cure ,
,1 AblpplH lumber bridge.... ............. 140 which Rave me immediate relief, and I
J' with the,cigar makers. Our own Dewey, whom we have always admired E B HwliiMin, ioad woik, .... .. .,.... 10 (M) was perfectly cured after taking two
people should to perfect themselves has OH Sanders, marl repairing read:.....,. 217 00 "
\ try shown himself to be absolutely bottle Be sure you take Foley's. B. Jewelry Diamonds
. .
1)1 trie 1\0.8.
i in the making of cigars, and fair, and entirely impartialin Frank Young working t Bovine road... 123H K. Wilson &; Sou. ,

r. thus get rid of the element that It His rulings, and l"onns'lonboth II Stewart, ..., ,1 HOJL Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents
ft K HiewartK "T.., M
:I i' J seems can not be controlled or depended I'I 'sides have behaved themselves' in A M Stewart, .... 10 00 Old Soldier's Experience, r i Waltham Watches, etc. '

s upon. I''much a manner as to reflect honor Ii J Stewart ", .... 14 00 1\[. M. Austin a civil war veteran, of v 1 t
I KA lloimuin' ., 1 DOJUaiuiinoiiH.
" ,' I the legal profession. While a .. .:. IA (.Ml Winchester, InJ, writes : "My wife was
upon It A Harilee. oalanoe oontraut 19,... ..... 1300 sick a long time in spire of good doctor's FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING
} TUB census' report shows Florida the great majority' of the witnesses 14 I K raditl
to be prosperous. There have been have attempted to testify against N It A Inwnry Oonkllntr.overHmilnK work on.rued load.._. .,.etc......,,.,....4., II 626 75 King's New Life rills, which worked 1 A SPECIALTY.
Watcb
great strides' In manufacturing and Admiral Schley, it is significant I S' K" OlliliB, .... ..... ...... 2000 worders for her health. They alwaysdo. Inspector tor Plant System and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'y.
I. K Smith road viewer... .......... 2 00 Try them. Only 2.,: cts at B. K. Spectacles: and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one R. J. RILE: '
way.
other Industries since 1890. The that all such attempts have rather O I Hunter, ........ ...... :200 :,
Wilson & Son's
next decade will show a still great. added to the? strength of the de drug store 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.

er increase and development of the fense. Memory has been exceedingly --

11 Interests of the State of Florida. bad, and the men who drew

maps' of the harbor of Santiago, .It Is Complete

1 ALDER in again out after the and the respective positions of the ...

American war vellels, have .
scalps of Sampson and Miles. Embalmed promptly

beef is once spoken of, and denied their accuracy.

' the General ,, The great mass of American peo a M1.6>i iI
he dilates
, waxes warm as ,r71
Our New Fresh t1ailders :
upon the wrongs of the past. pIe can not be fooled, and that the

majority of them believe Schley innocent .

forever buried, but It seems to have of the charges preferred .. and Clean Stockof

as many lives as the proverbial cat. against him Is a significant fact I v. k

that can hardly escape the observation
Seasonable Goods
.
of the court. ,
'I'
THE cotton of IsBuffering
1 crop Georgia Let nothing be done to detract

4' from. While a disease the known asrthracnoee. is from Sampson ; give him all the . : Bought close,

name credit that .is his due, but do not
difficult to pronounce, still the disease .
sacrifice innocent to do it.
an man
Is not impaired thereby. It Is Selected with
This is our frail advice to the court,
to be hoped that the trouble
II can '

be checked, for ,when you take theSouth' heeded or unheeded. Good judgment Best Material.
Lowest Prices.
, i cotton crop away from, her, COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. IHflV 1A I I. fit1t1,
t the main money dependence is

r gone. as to quality, and

(continued from eighth page.. ) l
QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.

"I THE death of Mrs. A. St. Clair 44. Petition of G. E. Coon, et al), cltl- ii in good taste as .

b Abrams, on the' 7th, was a shookto cane of Jensen, for a publio road from

people throughout Florida i'lanters' Security Bank and running t Bond: Lumber Co. Titos*
many west, was received, and the following j regards style and
i Mrs. Abrams had gone to Atlanta viewers were appointed to mark and lay ,

/ for treatment, and while there succumbed out the same I W. R. Hardee, J. L. A Trial Order Will Convince.
to the disease that ended Jensen, J.. O Fries '
appearance.
WI" ber life MrsAbrams the 4ft. 1'etlUon of J. M. Swain, et al, cltl- S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. ; Titusville, Fla.
was
sans of Fort Drum, for a public road
, : faithful wife of Maj. A. St. Clair from sort Drum to west Ida of Taylor _

i Abramswho'is, recognized as one Creek wan received, and the following
of the ablest lawyers in the State. appointed to mark and lay out the same: YOU WILL FIND MANY POPULAR ATTRACTIONS

Our sympathies out to the 8. A. Lane, II. A. Ilolnies and Peter in the line of :Men's, Youth's and Boy's Clothing:, in new and nobby 4 I
grief
go II
l stricken Kau tenon. patterns and styles. New hats in all shapes and latest colors for Fall r II I
J ones. 40. Petition of S. K.: Michael, et al of!
Wabasso, for a public road from Wabaso and Winter; late and pleasing patterns in caps, Yacht, Golf, and Golf. I

I''t I' to north line of 4th Comralsiiloner's Yacht. Our line of Men's Furnishings is fuller than ever before; new i

''t Miss Helen Stone, who was recently district, was received, and the following Underwear, Neckware and.Negllgee Shirts bought at a sacrifice to the ,h ') d
i in were appointed to mark and lay out the 11'l .
will
kidnapped Turkey, manufacturers, all of which you get the benefit.
same: W. K. Watt, A, McCain and
be found if it lies in the range of Frank Ayers

human possibilities to find her 47. Report Walter Bobo and II. T. Which for variety and completeness

Some $60,000 has already been Gifford, road viewers, marking and<< lay. '
out public road river Is the very best, and affords a wide
I raised in the way of a ransom, and Ing a from at Vero y ,
wharf to west boundary line of Sec 2. 1 for satisfactory selection of the
all the of range
machinery our -
J
B t government was received, accepted, approved apd .-
-
hat been into best to be found in the -.= -
, put operationto notices ordered posted according to law. FACTORY goods leading -

discover her whereabouts Miss Jtoport. of W. L. Keofer, justice of ' markets. ---- '

the peace, was r oelved.II ",, -
Stone
a that
was to
!j't: missionary. doubtless ). Protest of John :S.:: Cochran against c ;. We selithe kind of goods that improve .
t I'' country, and was spirited .t .
the
public road from Dummitt ,
grove on close I inspectionand give you -
away by some enthusiastic and south, a distance of It miles, wa received .. 't L iti iADE ....--
cranky mOllems.I and laid over until the November i' t good service. We guarantee that every

f meeting for action. a article In our stock has got the value :1'\2:1.111.oo.s: : :for IDo :f oxioo: : ..
THE Columbia has shown fit). On motion the Mull and game
herself to be the fattest again warden rmjulred! to make' a monthly ;.( In it, and Is. worth every cent of theprice And' I hopes de Lumber In flat fence Is strong enough to stop de Bull 1 twill
I sailing
report of all license collected and all If It came from
j boat in the world, by defeating the I other business trun acletl by htm.fit. asked. We make every price just

I"" Shamrock in three successive races The.Board wishes to call the at. F ; as low as it ran be made for an honest GE ::RGr E F"'. :I=>>ADDISN: .

for the cup. Sham'rock II, however tendon othe people of Brevard' County 'r article.
I 1 to the law regulating the carrying of EAU OALLIE
is' the best boat the Americans The You will find us on the rook-bottom FLORIDA. /
pistols. lame bond etc., requiredto
! : have ever tackled, and gave the curry a repenting rifle will be used bash, and our goods all and alwaysvery --- --------.. -- --- ------ .----- .. -::-::

:1 New York Yacht club the closest I for carry a plntol. low in price. H. A.

, i l race on record. It it said a Scotch 1\:1.:! On motion the sheriff Instructed HODGES....
l to have tile fence around the court house -
1 syndicate will now contend with and Manufacture of
In
i yard repaired put good
shape.
: :-;l'ECUT.TTE TIOX GIVEN TO MAIL. ORDERS.
America for the coveted relic. It ..Cypress
and
I 53. On motion, the therilt Uluntructed Yellow Pine Lumber...
,, I is safe to say that no one will be to purchase a pair of blood hound at ROUGII AND
more popular with the American a coal not to exceed $100.00. The above R. W. RHODES The Clothier and Shoe !Man. .1ny one DRESSED. . Orange Box:: : Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Cuypartof .-
motion was made at the request of the contemplating shedding their pineapples .
people than Sir Thomas or oranges: or
Lipton. Florida | bul111nlted
berll!. do well to write for
lie made a fine impression. A I. On motion, the sherliT Is instruct- Titusville Florida. at part Buffalo of the Bluff East',Coast.Jl t on the J.. T. K.Pri"W. Ry. The Lumber saw mills delivered ; any

Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, "a.
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 11, 1901. 6



GEORGE MARX. JOHN :MARX. CEO '1"0-

E H. ARMSTRONG Tibbals.

, Dr. 1VI.A.Et ]B <>S_, G. T. BUNTING'S

Our public school opened on Monday

with a good !attendance.J. Wholesale Dealers In Clmilotte Street North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

C. Brownrlgg'\ of Palm Beach, wasa PRODUCE. -FOK YOUR-
pleasant visitor in our burg on Mon- GROCERIES FRUIT AND .


day. and'1Ifra. Hudson. Furniture Mattresses Pillows
Mr. F. M. are spending
Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
a few days in Sebastian, with their ,

.. z': parents. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES INTHE CITY. ., I
Geo. E. Andrews who recently purchased PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS,
propel ty at West Palm Ltoach, _

EYE SPECIALIST. left for that place with his family, last WO are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; E3ro.ckots.: "T7\7 in.: <3.o-s7a Shaded : :

week, where they expect to spend the guaranteed genuine., We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want i
233 W Bay street Jacksonville Fla. winter. your Oranges and Vegetables. Give a trial and you will be pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE. I

. --- . .. The many friends and patrons of Mr. MARX: BROTHERS Jacksonville, Fla. ---- ----- 'I
J. C. Frink, one of Jensen's hustling: rr We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. N, B.--Undertaking Department entirely separate. :
merchants, regret to learn of his severe ,
West Palm Beach.Mayor
__.
attack of typhoid fever and hope for his -.- _


Chilllngsworth: and wife return- speedy Miss Susie recovery.Summers, one of our prom- I Lotus. ASPHALT GRAVEL ; \

oil, last Friday from a pleasant trip of inent young ladies after spending a few ROOFING1: \1

six weeks. weeks at Went Palm Beach, returned Mosquitoes are yet bad, but high cast I : I

M. E. Gruber' arrived on the -Ith from home Sunday, accompanied by Miss Kate OOODR Auant: for*' .Etna OOODE.. London-Rnal and Estate Liverpool and Loan and winds keep them down In the grass _
extended trip through the north visItlnlt Cook, of above place. ulnhe:, soil Him Fire J ,
I'rovlUonre-WaKhliiKtou
an GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS GOOD FOR 25: YKARS.WITH .
T. ((3. Ronald In his
the Pan-American and other places Innumnce. Special' attention paid to tb.In..t having pineapple ,
called
The Tibbals Bathing Club a
resldents.HrrICr. farm renewed with tine suckers.
of
uou large
of Interest Mrs. Gruber remains in special meeting on Thursday, to transact _... ,- ..!-!---------- I
I Virginia with friends until later in the special business and reorganize for an- R.ETON'-Op..n the year round. Do- Help Is very scarce Just now, and six: : NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OU REPAIRS. t4

season. other year. We are not able to give the IIl1'hUullll.ot to aptind winter or minimer.. !.<>* or eight good moo could find work plentiful t

The death of Right Rev. Bishop Henry result of the meeting attbia writing, but rated Kiver.on Terms high moderate.FaAaa hlutr overlooking. the Indian hero ,

B. Whlpple, of Minnesota, brings: sorrow" the club has afforded our people so much KOUBKTNOH: ,Proprletnr.rr J. M. Ennis and wife expect to arrive The CompanY1Shaok
to thousands of people-Florid.:*Inch uded real sport that it Is believed that the here, this week; for a few days here, Carder-Campbell !
To know him was to love him. His loss membership will be greatly increased, Subset Iptiona for the AnvocATK, thonce to Stuart. Flu
in the Northwest Is irreparable, and the and may also develop in a country club the pink paper of the East Const will be
noble Red man have lost one of his best In the near future. received at the Melbourne Postofflce. Owing: to the illness of Dr. Capron'awife 'J
,
No. 1 Foot of Main Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
they have not arrived, and It Is not ,
friends. Without one exception, every one ot
known just when they will come.
J. J. Ryman and family are at home In our pineapple growers has, this season, R. P. Paddlson, jr., of Fort Pierce, -Southern Selling Agents for-
their West aide home, ou the shores of increased his acreage, to some extent, spent Sunday evening *vitli friends in Steamer Canaveral had to turn buck s

Lake Worth, after a summer In their averaging from one to five acres, which, Melbouine. .- to GeoiUna, Tuesday, owing to, shoitage WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND situ AVARRKN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAVEL
former home at DcuMoines, Iowa. Mr. two years from now, will\ add conuldura of wood to make the Cocoa run.
of Rock
Miss Vera Hibbs lodge spent '
,
Ryman is a very enthusiastic admirer of ble to the quantity of fruit to be irmiket- the past week In Melbourne, visiting her There l has been about seven or eight ROOFING. Cnbot's Shlnglo Stains and Deadening Felts National Paint i.
the East Const and a thoroughly up-to- ed. The fields, generally condition have not been old friends here. tons of fertilizer put off hero In the past
date man. in such a prosperous for sever- few days: which looks like business. Works' Structural and Technical Paints.
al years which Is due' to the long rainy On account of high water and high I
Miss Lelia Smith, the popular head season. winds the past week Mr. Goude's fishing C. I). Provost had a all pply of goods to PKRONDE'S "LYTHITE" COLD WATER PAINTJOIiN ,
teacher of the public school, returned on floe has done but little fishing. arrive Monday and will open up a store *"
.
the 29th, from her snmmer vacation, refreshed The residents of our burg are delighted here which will be by agood -- -
and strengthened for her winter's to have Hairy Jennings and family MUs Gladys Stewart arrived home many. appreciated UNIVERSIl"Y-; : : \
work. Miss Smith Is domiciled at the home again after their visit to their from Daytona last week much to the B. STETSON I
Palms, where she Is a great favorite, and many friends in the north. Their time delight of her pl\l'entsand. fiiends.Mr. Mr. and Mrs lljggett and Chas I). .

her friends are legion la this community. was divided between llarrisburg, 1>ltts- and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee arrived Provost of UeorghlUIwere visitors In '. . DeLand, Florida- .j.. ,,' "i.x''
The faculty remains the same as last burg and Allentown, Pennsylvania, Atlantic . home after several this burg, Sunday and report plenty of. '
City New Jersey northern New Tuesday, spending "skeets" there. Corn-soof equivalent to those of the host American Institution
year, all the teachers being: well suited pleasant weeks at their summer home in up Study are ,t
for their different departments: Miss\ York state and Canada-but no place Brooklyn, N. y Building aid equipment cost more than f2.OOun.; () )( ; $i5MK! ) )) will\ be added to this '|
like the Land of Flowers and their beau-
Lainhart, first assistant; Miss Norton, After or when feel a
exposure you The Includes the
the University following departments ;
during coming ;
plant year
second, and Miss Augerlne, primary. tiful home. We also extend our hand Mrs. G.S. Snedeker and daughter, Miss cold coming on, take a done of Foley "
The enrollment of pupils will be much of welcome to Miss Madge Dillinger, one Blanch\ are now at their pretty home on Honey and Tar It never falls to stop a Law College.: Academy, Normal and Practice School, Music, Art, Bustnetis. >*i

In excess: : of former years. of Allentown's (Pa.) prominent young New Haven avenue after upending u cold if taken In time. Wilson\ A don Graduates of the Law Department are admitted, to practice In the courts ofFlorida
ladles, who accompanied Mr. and Mrs. pleasant summer with relatives In without examination. .'
Pursuant to a call, quite a number of Jennings, and expects to spend the winter Chicago '"
'
ladies met in the Congregational church, here as their guest. Indianola.Miss For calaloguo Address the president, ;
ou the 23rd, and organized a society for Mrs. Edgar G. Jones, of Baltimore, J. F. FORBES. I

beautifying and Improving the Lakeside J. T. Waters, of this place, has a small Md., and her little son are the guests of _ _____ _. _ __ ._ _
cemetery. An honorary committee was grove of citrus fruit trees which is at. Mr and Mrs. S. F. lllbbs, this week. Louise Canatta of Georgians, "

appointed, viz: Rev. Dr. Paine, Geo. W. tracting much attention of late. The Mrs. Jones will spend the winter In one was the guest of Mis. H. J. Field two ,WARREN 1 J "FITCH. S j
Potter and Geo. O. Curile. An election orange, lemon and grapefruit trees have of the Bonter cottages on the bluff. days last week.

of officers, remitted : 'President, Mrs. N. a large per cent of a fine quality of fruit. (,
Rev. F. W. Weathcrwax of St. Joseph Donlcr In
,
and
Mr. Mrs.
Rico and children who
The trees are perfectly healthy,
S. Burnham vice-President, Mrs. Geo. apparently
;
Potter; Secretary, Mm F. B. Everett; and aie grow Ing vigorously. Con- Mich., the new pastor'lived time of the lost Congregational -. have been vldlilng .Mis. Knight, left HIDES KUIW, ALL1GATOU. SKINS, IIKhHWAX TALLOW ETC., ETC.. |

Treasurer, Miss Ellen Potter; Executive trary to the judgment of old growers, trust chinch he ai will like Melbourne, Friday.We well I Tuesday afternoon for thulr home In Make me your shipments. Prompt Attention. l
Committee Mrs. M. J. Yarborough; Mrs.J. they have been grown in the midst of Miami. .
enough to make this his future home. 1'. O. Box 301. Juoksonvllle Florida.
C. Stowers, Miss\ Nellie Clow. The pineapple plants-have never been fertilizer The high\ water has made tine fishing '.'
association Is to bo known as the Indies' except what they /got from the fer- Mrs. Louls'Skinner of Ypsilanti, Mich., from the docks lately Hnd has affordeda _. .. .- '
Cemetery Improvement: Association. tilizer put on the pineapples, and have who has spent tbd past tea months as pastime for all who could Indulge In : l
never been sprayed or cared for, more the guest of the Grand View cottage, It. Some fine trout and boss have been Georgiana. JtHAL ESTATI.FORSAI.1L
The ladies of the new organization than pruned times. The trees are now leaves, this week, for her home, much caught. "
The Ladles' Cemetery Improvement Association about six old, and are quite large In health her in Mel
years Improved by stay A number of the Indianola people attended Dell Muniion and son Guy, attended As Executor of the Estate of William
gave a social evening on the for that age and not to be specially look. bourne. While with us she has made the Ploneois' plcnlo at.,Cocoa Mrs. Ticutler deceased, I offer at private bale ." ",
quarterly meeting at City Point
4tb, in one of the new stores In the Jefferson ed after. many warm friends. taut week. As' the old settlers 'invited Saturday.! the following described Real Estate, belonging .- I
block, serving Ice cream, cake and :
Miss Kittle Martin has to Wo>o lemonade. The ladles of little gone Rev A. V. HUcock II. K.
young our When suffering from racking cough, ley to teach school. It seems to me that them, the day was enjoyed to. the full lIughe"i : 1. The grove known as the Sears 1 !
nleoo Minn Winnie !)
In their evening and
town were charming : wife ,
take a dose of Foley's Honey and Tar. by all. orange grove on south aide of Eau Oalllo '.
Melbourne share of
furnishes her teach.
costumes and each vied with the other Miss Mary Wlttfold attended the Pioneer'spicnic ..j
be relieved and
The soreness will a oreok In Section 21 Township :27 South.
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,
as to whom should have the most attractive ers, with Louis Lyman at Manila, Miss The Pioneers' Association Is something lust Wednesday.They nil re-
,
warm, grateful feeling: and healing of Range 37 East, containing shout A} no res. '
Jennie Miller at Tltusvllle\ and Miss that should unite with
table. Flowers and vines In great / everyone poited a most enjoyable time. It Is I
profusion covered every available space, B.the R.parts Wilson affected& Son.will be. experienced Helen Miller\ at LaGrange. The young who can claim the honor of conning to hoped there will\ be a general rally at the This Is a fine grove, a number of bearing "I

and the "bewitching waitresses" nearly folks are missed now In Melbourne but Indian River in the (00'. or 70'a. The next one and everybody and talk over trees. "
go '
tamed the heads of the young men so we look for their return here when their days of toll, hardship and privation are "good old times of long ago'" While No. 2. All of Si of NE!, Section 21, :'1'
they work l Is done.: fast passing away-days when fish and mont excellent Township 27 South, Range 37 East, covered t;
that In order to be In favor with all Eden.We Judge Penney was making Ulllo I
said Eau
with water lying In :
pumpkin were the bill of fair but the ,
were (willingly) compelled to visit each ; speuon and telling of the hardshipsof
River and Eau Gallle Bay
table. Delightful musio by the Young A days are coming when the children'schildren the pioneer settlers, among other- containing ,
Men's Glee Club lent additional charm, have been having a gale of wind Deep Mystery. will look back with pride and things; their dinner of gopher and palmetto about 30) acres, more or less. .. ,

and taken altogether served to make It from the east for a week. It is a mystery why women endure say our fathers were pioneers on Indian. cabbage and l for desert, homlay No. 8. Sold. .'

one of the most attractive evenings of backache headache nervousness' sleep Klver. any syrup. one good/ sister remarked: No. 4. That portion\ of 8W$!, Section
the season, and netted sixty dollars for a Gilmore Frink spent several days last lessness, melancholy fainting and dizzy "bynip, Indeed, he don't know anything 21'I'owoship27South, Range 37 East,
nucleus to the Ladles' Cemetery Improvement week at West Palm Beach. spells when thousands, have proved that Other remedies only alleviate the about It, that was one of the almost un- commencing at a point 370 feet West from q''

Association fund. Mrs. W. F. Richards entertained the Electric Bitters will quickly cure such symptoms of dyspepsia and Indigestion.Dr. taatelluJulI'lell.Ve caught fish, boiled Northeast corner post on \ Section lino'''

young people last Tuesday evening: troubles. "I suffered for years with kId- Loyal Ford's Dynpeptlclde cures by or smoked them ; took the heads, boiled as aforesaid and (00! feet South: of said }4 ,<4',
ney trouble," write.. Mrs. FbebeCherley, attacking the root of the disease amt them to get shortening/ to make our bls- Section line for a stalling point tborfco- :t
She IM(Vnt,:Wear A. Mask, Our public school, with Mrs. Mahoney of Peterson, la., "and a lame back pained! thus makes a healthy stomach that will oult. Sour oranges and soda for baking run South 42 feet, thence East 100 feet, I I

But her beauty waa completely hiddenby In charge! commenced last Monday.Mrs. me so I could not dress. myself. ) but Kleo- perform all Its functions perfectly. B. powder aad the flour half coin meal, thence South 420: feet, thence West to- J j

sores, blotches: and pimple till she L J. Sawyer of Tibbals, was a trio Bitters wholly cured me, and, although K. Wilson\ & Son. and that was for our Sunday dinner Suction line, thence North 828: ft, thence ;
used Bucklen'n Arnica Salve. Then they pleasant visitors to Eden last Monday. 73 years old, I now am able to do something extra." Quite a number were Kant 717 feet more or less, too point JO) f
vanished as will all eruptions, fever sore, all my housework." It overcomes constipation there that attended a plcnlo at the same i|feet West of Southwest corner of plat of I
boils, ulcers, carbuncles and felons from Gilmore Frink has bought out Henry Improves appetite gives perfect Rockledge.Mrs. place In 1H7U. Can any one tell us what Sarno, thence South 160 feet, thenco I
its use. Infallible for outs, corns burns, Whipple's Interest In their store at West health. Only boats/ at B. R. Wilson & year the first picnic was held at the ok East 760 feet to West side of F. E. C. tl'. ''

scalds and piles. Core guaranteed. Palm Beach.J. Son's drug store. A. D. Penney and daughter/ ,'of picnic ground Wish some of the Railway rllbtof-wsy. thence North; on
2.->cU at B. R. Wilson & Son's.Olney. II. LeTourneau made another large :Tltusvllle, are guests at the Jarvis house pioneers would write up some of their West side of r. E. O. Railway rlght-of- '*

\ shipment of pineapple plants to Orlando, Woodley.School Cocoa.. early experiences.Please way 00 feet, thence East .1.0 point of beginning ..
the first of the week. :, excepting railroad right-of-way j:
'
.. I Hughlett Magruder Is attending an industrial about
write whenever fall torec0ive through said land. Containing 25-
us
you
Jack Rusnel. our postmaster Is havinga school at Bowling Green, Via the ADVOCATE:, acres Including the County road. This) J'
building erected next to the store to be opened on Monday with eight, He entered last week.' tract has a grove of 600 or OOO "
R. E. made business trip In and Miss K. Martin young
Mclaughlin pupils attendance -
used as a postoffice. trees on It and an artesian well eto.
Mrs. O. N. Hatch and children returned Application "?
to KIsslmmeA,this.week.,., as teacher. for Pardon
There wad preaching In the Congrega- last week, from a pleasant visit with No No. 6. Begin at Southeast corner of 1
E. L. McLaughlin went to Fort Pierce tional church, last Sunday, for the first Mr. Jim Roberts, of Oslo, saw a pretty .- Mr. and Mrs R. F. Hatch at Daytona.The lot now,or formerly owned by J. L. Harrison .
Monday and will be absent for several time In two month sight of four deer the other day, and TO ALL WHOM IT MAY* CONCERN ITA.RIe thence run /South: across Elbow .. '
.
day. killed all of them. schooner Merchant, trade boat for Ntrrt'.Ic' : THAT 1IKMRV WHITE, creek to North boundary of land belong- i I I"
Mrs. Stevenson and son, .Otto, spent G. N. Hatch has made Its last trip down was euiivloUHl ut monier. and raoum.meiitliHl . -I
John Padgett and lewls'McLaughllnare several days this week at Ankona as theguest The .Tune bug disappears In June, the river. It returned last Thursday to tti. marry of the miiirc *t the log to Wm. Treutler, Jhence East boundary along;
now engaged in business at Fort of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Jsnoock. The firstly May, fall torn of tbs Circuit court In and l tar lira \i Section line which Is the North i I
Pierce. But the skeeter takes his bonnet off, Mrs. 8. O. Wade, who was Injured Ira "ard County, IMU, and who I.! now turviufflir a of Win. Tr u tier's land to North bankof e
number of Eden ladles railroad collision last is HDtoiKM la the HUM r..nl& A were among And "I've come here to stay." week very creek along : I
says, IlonorcbU, the hoard of Parthnsfor
According to appointment, school the ones who were so fortunate as to get much Improved and no serious result &I.pl thisState of Florida, to bet panlonml of will of raid creek to point of beginning/ being .
opened Monday, Sept. 23rd, with a good out to Mrs. Luce's delightful tea, at Tib Quite a number of young people were are feared .. at first. orlnm, and that....... will ha nixie In section 21, Township 27 South, Range! )
attendance. We look forward to a successful bals, last Wednesday afternoon. at the song service at Mr. Wlgfleld's M "XKIII u pnuittouLU. alter the period of this. 37 East. Tbl.landls covered with the
term. Sunday. Among: those present were: Mrs. Inca Smith, of Pomp ton Lakes, uiiblloutlori hits sxplrcd.October .
of the creek. t
;
Miss Susie Summers of Tibbals, ac N. J., writes that she and her family lltli I A. U. I. waters j
:Mr. Ralph Dawson of Narrows Messrs
; r. 3. WEnD, No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot
Miss Emma 1.. Bell, who was appointed .- companied, her friend Miss\ Cook, returned James Roberts and Seaborn Jones, of will be down the first of November, to 3w Patltlonar**Attorney. Houston's addition to Eau Gallle 21.
to the Orangedale school arrived on home this week after a pleasant spend the! winter here as usual. ... corner
Oslo; Miss Ruby, Mr. and Mrs. Gifford, -- of
and
Houston street street the
the 21st, uit., and is now boarding. at visit of several weeks at West Palm' through _
of Vero and others. All had a pleasanttime.
Mrs Mary McLall hlln'.. Beach. i iMl'a. Vroclumutloii of Election For Roesch addition, fronting 103 feet on
Chas. R. Wessmar, Evanston ilL,, Houston street.
We gladly welcome the bright sun J. II. LeTourneau, with bet son I Monday the first day of school the writes: "My boy lye years old had a The Town of Tltiiftvllle.AN No. 7. Commence about 9 chains 35 C

shiny days, after so much rain The and daughter and the Misses Una and teacher and, pupils! bad a fight with, fire severe cold which refused to yield to any ,....- links West from Northeast corner of I
water Is fast drying oft, but there Is still Jessie Miller, were charmingly entertained set by the northbound train. treatment until we tried Foley's honey ELKCTION: IS HEREBY!: ORDERED TO Section 'M, Section/ line between .Sec\ !
sufficient quantity to remind us of the by the Tibbals Highland Bathing club The Misses Ella WlgfleUI passenger Maud Bobo and Tar lie was Completely cured e- IM .held l mt the Court Home, on MomUjr, lions 17 and 20), run Went0chains 13 links, I
much last afternoon. fore bottle." Take butFoley' tli4:
fact that there la three times as Thursday using one none '
thence South 10 chains 64 links thenceSonthfOdegrees3OseondsEa.t3chains 1' i
and brother Ernest, did commendablework of t s. ....,sod s p m., to lect i ... !
.. B. R. Wilson & Son.
water land. (
aa the school house would A Mayor.A .
or prob- ':
.1 I
S. A. Ingalls, Crown Point, N. Y., Clark and Trnunrar.A . to Eau Oallle Htver thence follow the
Little Celia, youngest child of Mr. and ably have been in ashes now, as there M r.li..l and llmtor of !'axes. ,
)lrs. Allan Padgett has been dangerously writes : "My wife suffered from kidney was a atilt breeze blowing the right direction Cocoa.Judge An A.im...>r of Tiuoa.TUnwi shore of Eau Onllle River In an Easterly I
ill. For several hours her life bung trouble for years. She was induced to for It. Tuesday Master Ernest AM.rnion. direction to a point due South! from placn: ,
try Foley's Kidney Cure and In less This following 'tenons are appointed judges of beginning thence north to point of .' I
that ,
In the balance, but it Is now thought came near stepping on a very large of F.lM'tlon' O.K. Stewart, Junta floldemlthan.t I .'
the crisis has been reached, and there than a week after she began using it, moccasin coiled lip In a palmetto bush. : nnd Mrs. A. D. Penney with John layers,Itmpaotora)J. 0. nest, ol rk. beginning, containing 0 I acres, more or I
is a slight change for the better. We she was /greatly Improved, and three It was mistaken fur rattler, and the their little girl came down from Titus' A. U. PE."I : hope for the little sufferer a speedy re- bottles cared her.". B. K. Wilson & Son. Miss Maud and Ella called In help from vllle the first of the week for' a few days Tltiuvllls, Fla., Bopt. 2Ilth, 11MJ1.aduiter. No. 8. NEI( of Section 28, Townnftfp

covery. Woodlc,. Mr. Herbert Knoe came to visit. 27 South, Range 37 East, containing ltX) j

Jensen.Our the rescue and dispatched his unakesbip Judge Hammond and R. II. Pndillson Notice or : ** Bute.UNDEH acres, less) railroad right-of-way. _
FROM TUB' OCALA: EVENINO STAR! In short order. What next
were among the arrivals town Tues- No. 0.. NW> of Section 28, Township

Of April 1.1. loot.) day. 'i'bey have been away for the AND liT VIRTUE or A JlEf"RJlfI: 27 South, Mange: o 37 East, containing 10O "
first norther came hustling down Tot Causes ..N1Jhthlrrn., summer. .... and .ale! tmiuad out of the acres, less railroad rightofway.No. .
us on Friday last-consisting ofequal Circuit t:..".. In and for Hravsnl County,
"We are Indebted io )Ir. George: Close upon of and wind.If "One night my brother's baby wsi Mr. and Mrs. Chllds and little daughter Florid. leering date antb day of "" 10. 41: 00-101) acres, less railroad
:orthe finest cabbage and lettuce we have parts mosquitoes taken with croup" writes Mrs. J. C. Elizabeth, who have been spending l 1""Ito. iwuoa herein. pending, ........\\1' (' >f.wa,. being part of Lot 1 and of

ever seen grown In Florida. Mr. Close l la Is according to the theories of the old Snider, of Crittenden, Ky., "It seemed It the summer In New York state,returned K. Hnlklavta HUM Y, Ottilia:compUilnmiil: are tlafmilanta Mid Ann, I will,K.i aall Olbbaand In NEJYof NW#, Section\ 3, Township 27
man of tine. Judgment, and one of the timers that an abundance of water in would strangle befcyre; we could get a doctor last Thursday.The front of the Court lIou..,.' Tlinnvllle, Florida Mouth Range o 37 East, known an J. L.
most successful truckers la the Stateand he: country prevents a freeze, we are of so we gave It Dr. King's/ New Discovery oca the Stewart place.
ladles of Cocoa and Rock-
he is as generous and large hearted the opinion that the thermometer will which gave quick relief and per- young their of basketball FIRST MOWAY IN NOVEMBER: Nn. 11. Lots 17 and 19, block 4, Townof
as he is prosperous..'* Mr. Close bought not go below IIO this winter for it is maneotly cured It. We always keep It In ledge played weekly game of Eau Oalllo.:
his seed from the Old Reliable Seedsman, water everywhere, and all the time since the house to protect our children from last Tuesday. It was a close game belnctbaUhdajr the legal bonra of Novemlier sae! to the A.I'.1905.during hiqf eel mid- No. 12. Lot t, block ,I 1. Town of Eat I
J. B. Suttoo, who handles only the beat early summer. Theories, however are eronp and whooping1 cough. Itcured me I but the Blues out-played the Red by a but bidder.for caan all the .onllaK",1 property Qallle. Quit claim deed for this only-
Seeds to be bad especially adapted to not preventing the careful man from of s chronic bronchial trouble that no Few points. ,. mentioned In laid decree of forerloeure.,' wit rUiU held. under Tax Title. I
I and :9 tn block VI ot the town ol MolNmrua. -
Florida, and makes a specialty of the erecting covering over a few acres of other remedy would relieve." InfallibleFor The Cocoa baseball team expect io Florida,.*per plat on file la the Ularlt't For prices and terms address
finest strains of Cabbage, Egg Plant Lettuce . pineapples, to save his bacon in ease the coughs, colds, throat and lung return Eau Gallle's game one day the offlc ok Jirevaicl Uountr, rlorld. JOHN HENRY ..:

Onion and Tomato & ed. See display weather department slips a cog and troubles. fillets sad $1. Trial bottles last of this week at the latter place* Special. M.Master UU in>lUflTH.Cbaa.....,. Executor Estate of Wm. Trentler, advertisement In another column. e throws our nose out of Joint. free at B. R. Wilson & Son. .Success to you boy t A. D. PENNEY: .Sulluitor'or olJ1l'laluDt.. Tltusvllle Florida. :

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 11, 1901.
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-_ I any dirt toot mitt nave Hcrumnmtr" : ; Pan-American ; !
EXPOsitio
TAPE on tbp bottom. '
I ban uned this drinking founts! 4.1t LMUED

for two season, and would not give It BUFFALO N. Y,
WORMS up for auytblng 1 haw ever seen on thrunrket.K. :> INS

U. Bootblll: In Poultry, RA
'A tape norm eighteen feet long .. Keeper. r lure a.,, -. yJ1Iu. May 1 1st to November i
tout came on the one after my takluntnCA.SOAHBTS. DAILY SERVICE ,
DOUBLE .
This I am aura has a.' R
baa health for the past tnree yearn I am.s.r.r..;. Cooulnar and F..dln. Chi.....
taking CaioareU the only calliartlo worthy af I do nut Imvp any particular style of

notice by .aDetlJla O.l ).people VV. HON: ...., Ualrd, Ml'.. always coop-n made good roof so that and It bottom can bo of couvetlenily board. YArn' 11111 rAc / srtl ,yJACksOFfcy The Seaboard Air Line RailwayOffers


CANDY cleaned. chicks to be
Twenty a
CATHARTIC low Excursion Kates from all Florida points. Tickets on sal.Rates ).. ,i.,,h
I tblnk about right. The coops are I
placed near tbe bouse for cpnvonlenc from JACKSONVILLE $33.10: limit twenty day and $40.10! )limn ,n.,::,l.rSH

while the chicks are young moving .1001. Corresponding low :rates from other points.

them farther way as they grow older. service, Including Sunday via RICHMOND and \VAMl: \ , ]I'\, .
TRAD MARS .IOtarIRID Double dally
h At about 5 or 6 weeks they are locate!
information write...
For further
Dear a blue gross pasture, with a nuni

'J a her of apple trees for shade. Her A. O. MACDO ELL, Asst. Gen. Funs. Agt JacksonMll I , ?:''''Dula,,, .

fTetant Palatable t'utent. TaiM Good, Po they have range until cold weatbe R. E. L. BUNCH,
Never 8loken. Weaken. 8-. :}I. BARR
Mood ur Grip* IDa 2f: >o.6Ut
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... drives tbem into winter quarters.My I. V. P. & G. M., Gen. Pass Agt.
at..u.t N.....> l>....,.ll! .e.. ...,..... ..w ...*. Si:. first food for little chicks Is dry; PORTSMOUTH, VA
wheat bread moistened with swee _

10.TO.IAC ::'''u m i><1e"tir, Toobworo.lldmgAccented I milk. This la good enough for tbe firs -------- -

day. The second day oatmeal and mil Dixie Flyer Route .
. .
let seed are given with mica grit. The:

Free and get water from the start. Up to .. with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED nUFFE'rt'-\RSt
trains
Masons weeks old their food Is bread molstenec Double dally :
without change: --
I In milk millet seed, :oatmeal con . Tri-Wcckly Sailings . JACKSOSTILLE, FLORIDAI Through; TO NA84IVILLE, AND ST. LOU I*,

bread baked as for tbe table and crack made in Union Depots, for-

Indlaa No. 90 I ed discontinue wheat, After tbe they oatmeal are 4 and weeks brca old'' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and HEW YORK Chicago, Eoutaville-Close, Cincinnati connections Memphis ticket an*reads all points v'a-West and Northwest,

: Be sure that your
m', and milk' and feed millet seed whole at ) l'ASnVILLE.'
ILvar/ TitusvilleLodge Calling Charleston, WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD and CHATTANOOGA: ,
.," wheat and cracked corn, with corn the Coastwise & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY
bread for breakfast baked the day be The Finest Steamships in Servici(
/ rVrN Florida. , For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
Holds Its meeting the sonond and fourth Fri. fore. After tbe chicks are 2 month Fla. Pave AgV Jacksonville, Fla.
of each month al the laM Armory, Titnt.lire old .. .feed bran mash consisting 1 M. DOYLE; F. SMITH .' Trnfflo
II.
a
.. Lines. JUiager.
at T:uo o'clock p. m. The Clyde New England and Southern C. E. HARM AN,Gen. Pass. Agt.
tam W. RCf>"I... Wonhlpfnl MaaMr. one-third each of ground oats corn and Oa. Natbvllle Tens
J. R.Walker Senior W..n.Y wheat bran, moistened with milk.,club Direct Service Between Atlanta _____

: ri.M.Bohnyler I'lion, Traurar.P. Junior Warden.. ber or sour milk preferred. This 1 feed Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points;

A. Morgan, 8ecratary. ?
la tbe evepingall toeyiwlll eatiI
J. A.Hughes.Chaplain. (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) ]
: : : of tb
J. L. Carruthera. Mentor Dmumn. follow ,this method feeding PLANT; eYSTEMT
W. M.'Woodward Junior I woon. tb BEMI-WKKRLY SAILINGS '
old fowls believing tbe evening
J. R. Hnrevan"' ,Senior Steward. ............ ........... .,. .............from Lewis Wharf, Bontoiortnbonnd
C. H. Wdton.JumOCYtewsrd.. proper time f or, soft,food. For UU ( .....\.. foot of Catherine Street, JI..II8UDYllle *
-
R. E. Mimi, jr..Tyler.i . batched broods (scythe last of June 01 _. ,.

..L-._ trst'of July batches.) I know of*neplee Line. The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
Johns River
fc
fer cooping than, acorn Clyde .
better neaf Line'via .
i Charleston Richmond
Coast
[
Atlantic
The
all rail.
i AUTOMATJ, FOUNTAIN.Freak *. via
eld. with' a clover meadow otarby. (Denary tlna.) To the Ea'st and Washington. The Southern Railway,via Savannah Columbia

The furnishes plenty of shade' JA'KSONVILLEIAND SANFORD.
eoro BETWEEN ,
A .. .. and
: I.r. .t. Oldagj F.w1., Washington.
through the 'warm days, and the clover Stopping at PalMka. Astor St. Francis" ,Hewrord(eLand), Blue Springs and mteraadlata. landIngs
Wafer All .!>. Tlaa. etD the John's. Klver. fh0' The Southern R'y via Jesup, Atlanta and Chattanoopro. The L A:
'ac'oOlpanylnllI1u.tratloD.' \ rep .field supplies grssaboppers.1 I have bad Jacksonville." To 111G\WeSt t via The Southern R'y via !Savannah: Columbia
| good results from late broods raised In STEAMER "City of N, Montgomery. .
resent an automatic drinking fountain this manner.--O. L. King. CAPT. W. A. SHAW. and Ashevllle.. The X 0 R'y via ,Montgomery;

dealgrned to be connected with a supply IS APPOINTED TO SAIL A* FOLLOWS I Trt. I9tt'via? Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,

of water. Either tank or city wafer We have seen the frail Infant when the Lear Jacksonville 3.30 p.m., Sunday,Tuesdays and Ttinrndays.. 1U the Juaal Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants :Mtnera
OO ,Monday, v aduviiluy and Vrltlava.JouthbooDd .
Leave Hanford a.w
faint for.lllteaoeaeemed alm..atended forBaltlmorerTo
struggle :
ahictkkeoMl, Bead Company ,
np Transportation
will do. ,Read dwwn BOHKUUiJt.
'. pressure resuscitated and made strong ,by .JackaoaTlile,. .Arrive2dAvm. Key West and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular 4 Occidental Steamsblpi
Those I use In my yard In the summer the use of, White's Creaqi\ Vermifuge.. Leave.. 8:3Oput SrtSpnt: .,?.........1'1..".. Leave. .eosp.- To Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada,
', are of tho following proportions, Prloe 2 cta.' B. R. Wilson A Son. >> 8dOO..m."M..... . Aitor .. ... \29aptu.: Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Hawkesbury!! and Charlotteetowa.'DINT .
.......... '
4:Mam............ St. Franclax Idapt. "
' : although they be made In ..Beresford el.and .... luo: ..',.
may any ,........... (J> )
:j length desired, provided they are aetperfectly Ills indulgent 1..I.dl.friend t... Fr.bad.praised_. bin Arrive" :.H>ain .....,....,, ...+..Blueftvrlugi...e.fonl............".' '' "" ItWer.::Jiu m.Son'l .at -.. TOU7E3If5'd"3: TX 4 ICI? TS

level: Ten Inches wide, 6 Inches the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to
t to will be Kale thronufcout
attempt at( painting and drawing 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. on of )
Passenger and Ticket Office. during the season UXl-100Slim.
Plant ,
the System
deep 36 Inches In length. Make the such au extent that the youth really 'nil FLORIDA RESORTS via
Florida.
In
body of the tank out of 1 by 0 inch imagined himself, to be an artist lie A. O. HAOKRTV, Kaatlt: Pu. Agt. r.M.IRO.XMONf.tR.: : JR., ria.Pu*.Art.( Ited to return until May 31st, with liberal stopover prlvlledRes will be
lit State St..New York I BM Went Hay St.,Jackionylll.111.. Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned liberally supplied
stuff and have it lined with galvanized wealthy friends even bought his plcures HOB. D.HALEY Laval 'reIICbtAg.nt.. I I 10. P.LOVUI.L, A ut. Fla. Information and handsome advertising matter.
JaoluaBVllle .. with all
for considerable sums of money 1._ HoKan St ,Jnckaonvllle,Fla. I Foot Logan lit., ,r.
iron. JOHN. ... HOWARD Buperlntendent, Foot Hogan St.Jackaonvt..Y1a. Cheap excursion rates to BUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American. Exposition,
.' The cover Is also made of galvanized "to encourage him. as they ssld. THKO. O. KOKK. General Maoairer. WM. f CLYDE CO.. tteueral Agenta.Chewibrougli enabling to visit Niagara Falls
tbe StrandIn Building ft State St.,Opposite Battery Park, N..1&. passengers
In along.
Recently walking ,
! frotk formed Into a bait circle. This
London be was much delighted at C. 11. WALTON. Agent. Titusvllle, Fla. F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger; Agont.

seeing one of his pictures finely framed. 134 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,

. In a dealer's window especially as B. W. Wrenn* Passenger Traffic Manager Savannah Oa.

he was walking with a pretty lady before Florida: East Coast W. B. DENHAM, General Superintendent Savannah, Ga.
whom be wished to appear In tbs Ry.

t best possible light.
Calling the attention of the lady to *

the picture he said: Time TabU ) Go 83. In Effect tape. 1, 100.1.SovrE .

"Pardon die!, but I have some curlosf-:
BOOff Read Down.) (Read UpV MOWTH BOUND.
,y> ty to know bow my pictures stand com 0.wNo i2
J.Nu.11 I.SUU4 moo u. | | b
mercially. w Dally Daily Daily 8TATIOK3.Lv Daily Dattytsvp Kau $'outhernilway '
And the two entered the shop.. satd

\ "My good man." said be to tbe keeper f Q ,. lVij t ie .,,,.,.., JaokHonvllln .........Ar f 13ThN
! p 60419uda ........ o Jwluonvilla.......LT 66t erne ...... Std
ot It. "what ts the: price of that pictureIn St .11 law ...,... ft. AUKiwtiue... .... '. > M>B...... '
1 TUB AUTOMATIC FEEDER. the window bereT' SAW ..,. a ore"1 ..-..... Huyhg. ........... 6HV 7.16a.... t
: A H ... Tdwp WWtpJlllp "1 ,.,,Emit Prtntka......,,.. 46ep tOUft ....
cover nnaweri several purpo ell. It i "Tbree shillings. P. .. .. 71pUe41. .. ..., Weoa.( ... ........ 410 pau4 Sots...... Q.-tzj
the entire' of the tank, all "Grttit Scott!" cried tbe artist recoil- OPEN 7 .p 1962p .",,Bwt.nih, ...... .... 4Fp 6 W H i1
top
covwi .N. 7' JjfM d p ... ....., .,.. tll ,.
I but ono inch the full length/ of the ng. In p It' ,........D....,....,. 6 qs . -= H.S
This leaves. straw Thf shopman, thinking the exclama-- Pat . s 9'l ."" '""",. e 6<* .. .. W I:"'
fowkfaln. prevents !,.,,.!"pV rt Oraoire". . tip W r .
I and ether accumulation from blowing tlon to be one of surprise at the bleb 1' O F'IVM *P .,, ?Mew BmTrna ... Q
I tbe fowls trice, added; tj B JaAUtw . tar(. ..:.....Qsk Hill. ....... O
Inta tbe water, yet give . .A odp ,...,,,,, ........... ISftp.. .. Ittp
plenty of room to drink without up- "Well. .It Include the frame! -Ebance. J WILLTtESAIN . ...... : TlQ"awwvtsll. 1UII M.. CHRCOT UI-NB-QUtOKL. T1IMB: TO
t

1// ictttog ,or polluting tile water. It also ______________ :I MONTH: ...... ...... ........... j .......'.o.hydRs...flauttallie.JtnmtbL.., 1 inyTSfta r7pf. Oft. BAltlmorel! P a.. .
'W
g-uartlx ,young chicks from drowning ... ... .4(!M1p ......... Melbourne.,......... rp. !4
III jA "stitch lo time naves nine, and a o THEMONTH ... .. ... .... .. ... .. .. fork; g Mcllgo ebKltllcl;'
cannot possibly get Into the ... (I || ..... .....MMbaatMtn. I I I ll.e 0 .
aa. Utey I ( oseof Dallard's Horehound Syrup at .. . ... .... a ..... :4 '
watts. the beginning of a cold will save. you i TONAWILLTtESAIN .Iubp !Ir.V.V.'For! Pierce"I""I!I* '' 11.sa...... p.J t''SVtllt' Jltlatl'I'. Blnllltltaeba'IIII ,

j'\, Tbe fountain Is to be placed four and many weary hours and even days of dla- ; ..::.:. :,.:.:...:.:.::..:.: 124p'i' "" '::::::::::::Tlbbe)-.-..........:::::: : IDttHaIUU2U ,'........ taped lJa. mttrpbls, Sf..Louis. Kaa" fU1.

''I a bM Inches In the ground and net per- reusing/ and harassing cough. l'rlc.l1I: INOTHE ...... ...... WIe ....:3adnn...,, tul.e. sd t"i2 Cyxl ;;; AND ALL POINT ,BA8T 'AND WjST.

il'i'' fecOy level. This' will leave It out of and ll00u. P. K. Wilson: Son. Ia:1!: .. ::::.: ::::::. 71P ........i.Hobe Btuart Jeoand..,.. ,,. '' S*' ..... '-i !:Z: t:1o :

I, the:: ground; one and .a balf, inches, The. W.*klr Go Te*. Barlrv : ........ .... 72ap .........- est . YV sic tot t:1: p. NO OTHER 8ECRVICB LIKE "nI1S.
LINE APPORDa
TONA Beaeh.. ,. .....
wUI any dirt. etc.. aa In ...... ...... WP .Weet Palm Sts lie .
which prevent b '
r Foundation Is a new town up In tbetallspell ' ...... ...... lip Boyntoa ;4
',: COM of a.be." rain, washing Into It I county of Montana where : ... ....... I sup ' De . eau ..-... Gd:j THE NEW: YORK &, FLORIDA EXPRESSAND
...Fort LewDale. .. ... .. .
be If It set level with :,.... ..... lap : ... M: '
,would the case
'
aa the new gold belt Is being unbuckled. d, .. -7p .... ...,LetnoDdty... 85.* . TH.Q! U. 8.: PAST MAIL
,
s the aurfaco., It'-also keeps the water TIs a very new town Indeed-barely I .10 URp Ar..Mlsud. .t.v A45i> -- -

!r perfectly cool and freah.As three months alit but It has a weekly UutTn lrtor Jnra: ..a frets. 83 sad 7B. To'th B..t: ...4 Nortt.THE. > I

tbe name, Indicates, this fountaint paper already In the West Fisher Gasette. *o it No.JB.No.IandMud vi; I No.InlHo.Uy o. .
t t automatic requiring no sun CINCINNATI' & FLORID) LIMITED:
perfectly which was started within a | Daijj Dairy XaYPORT BRANCH, Dally ,
filling the entire season. Tbe automatic ) W O ol z as Only th.W..t, .,and'North-4V..t.' -
month after the rush to the be- To '
camp Ih .
.
Lv.. Jarkwiivliie ., . .Ar 1 4Tia Ta n v
fittings may be procured at any trade follows the flag :. .... J.ak.mv111..t..a.. ..... 1 B7 587pIr22p.. '
I tan. Maybe : cerairily a ittNa ,...Bo i Hot
t plumbing 'establishment It, is tbe the follows tbcrowd 5e.J91 'd 86 a Fie ...... Pablo B anb .... ........... TUni .,.... Ttt* line through "The Land *f the Sky, Asheville
sujrwny press oa. ........ .... ,. .. ** T OOa] 6Wp117I' .theWocU.
same as Is used In all flush ",'ater.closet. I4tnIlO8pe l 7W 91&a Atl.ateSeenh. Susan... Springs; N. C. Finest Summer Ruort. Sectlon.ip
Lvl
nrMH' U
tatfks' .. ., Through Sleeping Car Jr m.J ck aavUle to
-- ---- iNo.4.No.i'
". Fasten tbe automatic feeder at or '"" .l Dt ilw'bellrD.UoIDaI PALATKA BK.NCH Dally|Uujly[DaUylUalljlii 's-- "' |Ilan Dal A.bevllle:and Hot Spring, North Can'IID";.

K ear one end of the fount so as to give Chl'drenl1sFertilizer. TMp tlia** llBAa 4*w l ....AT 3J T 1 8ll3 ',p mi>I> itup T7apl
il therod and bollow copper ball plentyof a ISbp 1/5Ii 116esI16a Ar.E.etetPaletka..Lv l lm l TUNk'TJOeal' Kiml loop) T iPi Cftctct of Routes to PaaOIatrlua ,exposition.. trato. n. Y.

that It will\ not catcb the lust *i ... n. w.
freedom so u ,
it,4 I BAN MATKO BIJANOM. .. ... .. .. DallylDitllyToftalTitp Ttmougti Vestibuled'Trains,. Pullman Drawing-room .Sleeping Can,
Ides or end. Connect tbe feed pipe ., i .. . .... ...... Kir"P.Utka................. ..... { Cockea.BXCUUUBJST .
(one-half Inch will answer) with your 'f66 siM1 San. AR..v. ,.. ... .. . Han MaMa... ..... ............. ..... ...L, l Through
supply and the fountain Is ready for KovllDally DITMUXa CAR 8U VlCa.
\ That's a good name for lly ORANOB CITY IDely SANFORD BRANCH. Dailyz
!E' use., ,A ) BBAKOH.ilopEv BxHuflxa I EzSn Through Train via The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection

I As tbe water enters the fountain the Scott's Emulsion. Children Sn ,.,,. ,... .. r alp Lv.> ............Tltunville I .............Ar Trop with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
copper ball float rides on tbe surface .. .....Lake ew yu.rna.A.len..Lv 6.p '* ............... Mlm................L. O'P1sap
.
Some I tip ........ .. .Oateea. ........... 116M for Solicited.
i I and In so doing Is arc like plants. .... 614VB06p B88a A st Tickets via Southern Railway. Correspondence
:raising the water young / Ar..Orangs Jo... .. sets '..............A.terpriee............. M 115KgeoAr
City
gradually closing the shut off valve will grow in ordinary soil. 4 &v ............. .Hanforrt. . ,.. .. .. .. 110CHTheenTtmeTabl ( RR eAT Florida Paueaier A.......lbs west Bay S*.. IAOKSONVIU..*LA-
and when level full It Is entirely closed.'As .
... al which train mar be axoooMd to arrive and depart a. a.HAEDWICK.(4.n.ralPass. H.TAYLOE.A.et.dea.P.w.dgtWACNINUTON
drink tbe water It lowers Others need fertilizers. show" the time A. W.
I Ute fowls ram the several itattotm, but their arrival or departure at the time* stated I I" not gusraa.end 9. O. ATLANTA..OA..Ist .
I' the float thereby opening tbe hold ItMlt reeponidbla for any dulajr or any oonaequenoea ariang -
copper The nature of some children nor dona the Company . . r
I, 19C)1.
water to therefrom.
,it I valve and admits Just enough

bold the fountain level full. prevents them from thrivingon PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL ,
f' If In any case you wish to clean out --
food Such chile CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. -
I' Inside of ordinary STEAMSHIP --
the fountain It may be done -----

, If i h one minute by simply pressing the cop- then[ grow right if treated right. BETWEEN MIAMA, KEY WEST AND HA V A"A.

All they need is a little fer- weva9tiamIMnn.tayecmlFrldayn..1005put Leave Havana Wed" end 8alnrdaya.1000 Bpociad Lo-ro- Rates
Arrive Key Went Wets and "Nets. .. Amipni4wve
Arnyco Key '...rTue..iuidrl" tur.lay 1 IW) pm
t ilizcr-a little extra richness. Key Wait Tnf. ..n.l".mw.a. 711'pin Leave Key W..t Thus an'1 Sun. .... '4 UU pm
I riiw Havana NS....". suit Mou..aya 6 UU am Arrive Miami Friday and Mondays 6 00 am TO THE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITiON.

I Scott's Emulsion is the right For copy of local time card address any Agent.

I I. D. RAI\N :R. A.,.. O.m. P.... Anon*. 8T APQTJSTIKE. FLA
treatment. 'Irkets' now oo sale via

i Fertilizers make things grow. RAPID CALKING MACHINE
THE WALTON
I That's just what Scott's Emulsion }- Lines
11'
docs. It makes children Patented In tbe United States Great Britain and C> inada Mallory :i .


I'I I grow in flesh, grow in strength RICE, $4.00 and 8.00 EACII. Should be used by every Boat Builder.In the U. 801,

'I grow rich blood} grow in mind Boat Builders in the United States.
That's what we In.Usa by soma of the Principal}) !OVER<< RATES TITAN' BY ANY OTHER l..INE.lncludlng. all nelli.For l.

I, grow happy. F01 Sale by .d berth.. hood going on any h'P'' Final return limit October 25.
I, Pritchard & .Son rat. descriptive mild illustrated reservstions, ticket,
I' SECTIONAL vuw.it make it for. Jas. etc. matter,schedules,
to
it)' bottom. This FLORIDA.SEE apply.
tbe
float to opens
ball free
per Send for sample. ITUSVHXE, A. wPVB:, Agent( KO W.Bay Bt.JecuooYlU"O. :

tbe valve to Its full capacity and overflows SCOTT ft 'POWNK. OxmiMn *.., Prul St., N.: Y. THE TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. .R MALLORY.* Co: '..BATOfD.General( AIt"Dt.( Braiuwick.Oa. _,._.
I .. A.enti.lu,Boring ,and 888 Broadway,
( the touptaln.tliergby.carrylng. off JUC aa4 $ H all drag1u. Slip :

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 11, 1901. f 7 :

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TITUSVILLE. THE HOME GOLD CURE. TALLAHASSEE.

A CLOSE CALL.Traveling 'j

:I:: ::i4.-IV: J : : : Am Ingcnlou Treatment by Which I>runkr ST. JAMES Hotel .
TITUSVILLE gjie day on the Hudson l> ..
of Theiuielven. No Nomlou. o.
Centrally located. The only brick hotel In the city. The table Is supplied
INDIAN RIVER, River railroad with a friend In the Weakening. of the JJ.rve.. A 1'lea.ant.Poaltly. with the bust of food. Large; airy looms and good beds. Rates ti toper *tt
army bs related to Wit n personal experience .Cure for' the Liquor Habit. day. Special by the week. ,!

1 FLORIDA. which Is to say! the least bur It Is now generally known and under- MRS. F. R. LAMB Prop

rowing. stood that drunkenness disease and __ __ _ < ---- --
The conversation of my friend converted not weakness. A body Ailed with poison,
t J. O. BAST, Proprietor. the tedlousness of the Journey and nerves completely shattered by periodical HICIIMONl, VA. ,
or constant use of intoxicating
Into enjoyment" and before we bad sup liquors requires an antidote capable ofneutralizing
r '
posed ourta Ices at reeksklll we were and eradicating this poison,
The hotel fronts thewide.weepobay(7milee
on RICHMOND VA.Twelfth 1
,
surprised at the shout of the brakeman and destroying the craving for intoxi The Lexington t

r' ) ', 1 1 i, 111 p In width),formed by the announcing the station 'Garrison!" cants. Huttarers: may now cure themselves loss- and Main Streets_ ;
at home without publicity or
,, -. m Indian River, making it a D. you not stop here for \\"et'lt' of time from business this wonderful
= -t-r delightful Bummer report. Point I inquired."No "HOME GOLD CURE'1 which has been American and European plans.
Constant oool
=
4 breezes from the sea and ," replied the captain "I 'am goo perfected after many yenrsof clone study American plan $2.50: / to (-1.. European plan 91 and upwards.

bay. Flowing sulphur Ing to Hudson to dine." use and according treatment of to Inebriates.directions of The this faithful won- b, A. MKHRITT, Caterer. A. D. ATKINSON, Proprietor.NKAV .
springs. Special winter Immediately after passing Garrison
rates. derful discovery is positively guaranteedto -- -- --V
the train steamed Oiroi'sn the long tunnel cure the most obstinate case, no matter YORK
which takes It. name from the sta how hard a drinker. Our records .
the marvelous transformation ot
show
tlon. My friend uas silent for several
JACKSON VI LL.K.DDYAL minute aft,.I"", when. turning to me be thousands and drunkards upright men.into sober, Industrious -' Hotel 'Kensln Fifth Ave. and 15th street*

aid, "I always feel chilly when I go WIVES CURK YOUR HUSBANDS II ton' New York.
through that tunnel." Children cure your fathers! This remedy -
I't'asoo'" I asked."I Is In no sense a nostrum but U a specific Select
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, "For what Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan.
for this disease only, and Is so skillfully -
was caught In it one night, "aid devised and prepared that It Is, Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.
the captain "and I think I never so thoroughly soluabie and pleasant to the
GEORGE C. IIOWE .
narrowly escaped death as on that occasion. taste so that It can be !given In a cup of Proptletor.Late
Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re ." tea vr cotfoo without the knowledge of of the Buckingham, St. Augustine, and other Florida hotels. I

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . I bogged' him to relate the particulars, drunkards the person have taking cured It.themselves Thousands with of --. -. -- - .. -, -- .--- - "r--

Rates $2.50 per day and up. and, he obligingly described the occurrence this priceless remedy and as many more SARATOGA 81MCINGS. N. Y.

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. as follows: have been cured and made temperate men
"You have lived long enough in Cold by having the cure administered by lovIng -

Spring" said the captain, "to know fnemla and relatives without their EVERETT HOUSE SARATOGA, SPRINGS, N, Y.
that the Saturday dinners of Mr. knowledge; In coffee or tea and believe I

WESTMORELAND 1 HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. are exceedingly \lcllg; tful. Well, on to-day that they discontinued Inking of This beautiful family hotel will\ open for the) 10th season, under the Saras ... j
... ,'JACKSONVILLE, J'LA' one occasion 'I'tvae present at one of their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. management; on June let, 1001) I

American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened these !?;ijturdny,) : evening reunions, nail l Do not be'Improvement.deluded by apparent Drive and out misleading the- New plumbing, with the Intent. Improvement. had been put In throughoak*
there was such an unusual amount 'of01.Ut..t the entire house, and It has also been newly painted and refut'nlshod.
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water } tin*. time flow t>y with double disease"HOME at GOLD once and CURK"for all Is time.sold at The the The hotel accommodates two hundred guests'(at reasonable fates) and ban. .

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from wharf All Us rapidity. General Dollar thus live hundred toot of shady piaxzii.:
any or depot. ordinary extremely low price of One otvSouth
f The location, opposite Windsor Hotel Broadway, Is onrf of the !>__
street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 75o and: $1 a day. Rooms and Scott Had taken bta seat at the whist placing within each of everybody a treatment In Saratoga. ; and only one block from all the principal springs, '
board table, and having been beaten, be more effectual than others costing For terms anti\ other particulars, address
$2.00 to 12.30
per day. could not bear to abandon the game. $23 to ,C.O. Full directions accompany P. .1\1\ SUARE2. Saratoga Springs, N Y.
?
Mrs. A. J. WALKER ndvlco skilled
each
Proprietor. until he had had his 'revenge.; package bpeclal by
physicians when requested without extra - -- -
-- "A of West Point professors \
group charge Sent: prepaid to any'pait: of the .___- .
ST. AUGUSTINE. watched the players with deep Interest world on receipt of $1. Address{ Dept Official Supply House of The Illinois FlHhermen's---r----Association v- .
and I myself became so absorbed Ui C '2'0EDWIN:'\ B (11LES.k CO., 23iO-J2: : : '
watchln.-the !gamp that wired I at last Market( Ht.: Philadelphia.: All correspondence -
; t--nnd
FLORIDA HOUSE AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA remembered that I bad agreed to meet strictly confidential. The Chicago : Twine, Co. I

The Old at the- and wall
City By-the-Sea. Livingston depot go --- ---- --

This well known hotel 'will remain open the'Entire Year. St. Augustine Is him to Garrison I found on looking at. time It seemed 1 to take to pass by-you: Manufacturers olW"I- oool
a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of interest thatno my watch, that I had but seven minutes i would hot wonder that I cannot eveu ,

other resort possesses. Beautiful Roods and Beach for Driving and' BI- ,to get to the train. I made my now puss through that tunnel, although H
cycling. Boating Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all adieu hastily and walked rapidly to safely In my car, without a shudder I =
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guea.... Lib- the station, but ntrivedtoo late. The and Provl,
of thankfulness to
a
erally conducted.' Capacity :250. Summer Rates: $2 to $2.60 per day, $8 to1' train bad gone. prayer "
$12 per week. For further particular deuce for not foi-suklue, we In those
addressF. "The night was dellglltf The stars "
C. IIAYDEN Manager. were brilliant, and }be moon was nearly trying moments. S
,
full. I felt unusually well and being -
Wear Your Rlnita: All on One land.
an excellent walker I at once resolved UrN. Hit trend of tbe family, t
ALGONQUIN HOTEL ...FRONTING. ON THE PLAZA... Aftur.
to walk to Garrison. for the dhi- linn paxsluu for ring and
'J, ST AUGUSTINE - FLORIDA. tance was about three miles only andI ban always linen known gorgeous to have the t-o FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Deecrlptloru a ;

Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with bad on several occasions walked finest colltvtlou of any woman In New Denials In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Hope, Ktc.Originators .
over that portion of the railroad. I examined York society Slir has nlways had her of Wholesale) Price direct to the Fishermen.
comfortable beds. Rates
moderate. my time table and saw there banrl fallly aliluxe: with them but, according 7U-81-8U\ : E. Indiana St. . Chicago 111.
MRS. A. S. PELL Proprietress. hours. I ...Mention The ADVOCA.TB In letter...
were no trains due for some to The New Idea Woman's i ._ your,
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did not at that time know It bad been Magazine has lately adopted a fad We are Members of the Illinois Fishermen's Association.M..w .
that day changed. wbli'li. all Lire Astor bas started It.

SEABKKEZE. "After picking my way over the long will undoubtedly become the "fad of .. . . ... .
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bridges oil piles and testing my power the hour" She wears no rings on her
of walking a rail over the draw- band. She wal'a'rlngll on
BY-TIIE-SEA right every
SEABREEZE FLA. WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE
The Breakers , bridge I reached the mouth of the tun finger of tier left hand and rarely If
(City Beautiful.) nel. It looked dat'kef and more for- ever does she l wear a mixture of stones. \Voivis !!

Two Hundred Feet North of Ocean Pier. bidding than I expected, and 1 paused One day all her rings will be of rubles D Qudiq,
New and up-to-date hotel. Accommodating 100 guests. Overlooking the a few: moments before I resolved to go and diamonds, the next day they 'will
Atlantic. Every room an outside room. Rooms with or without bath single through it. 1 bad not gone far when be of turquoises and diamonds, the following for 20 Years Has'Led all Worm ems les. ( &?{ 2

or en suite. First-class system modern plumbing throughout the entire buildIng I was In perfect darknvHs. Knowingthat day emeralds and diamonds : BY _x.x. 2a'II.'V'ca..ca..zor.: : : : : ,
Twentb-e lCht bath houses with stone floor, provided with fresh water the trains run on the right band will be worn, and ao on through tun Prepare by:-- r\ JAMES F. UALLARDSt. Loul9.
__ ?
shower baths. Life line extending four hundred feet into the Ocean, and two track. I took the one on the left. In list of precious stones. -
latest improved life boats for safety to bathers at any possible mishap and for order that I might not be overtaken In .
-- - ---- -- - -- - -- ---- --
deep under sea the fishing. Special attention will be paid to fishermen and fishing parties the rear and could see the engine light The excitement Incident to travelingand
personal supervision of manager. The "Breakers"* has been erected If approaching In front as soon as change; of food and water often bringson
me
without
regard to expense to meet the demands of those who first- Send in subscription to the ADVO-
appreciate
diarrhoea and for thin reason no One your
class service, and It'will be the-aim of the management to retain it as such. : possible I had reached about the mid- should ofChamberlalo's
leave home without
!SEA dle of the tunnel when I heard the distant
: FOOD A SPECIALTY
-Opens July 1 1001. Rates
to
$8 $12
per Colic Cholera and Diar-
,
furnished week. Special to families and parties. Any further Information will be glady rumbling of a train. I listened rhoea Remedy For sale by all druggistsand CATE. The name of every resident in
upon apppllcatlon to O. A. PACETTI, Manager, attentively and felt satisfied that the medicine dealers
jpsr Furnished cottages to rent In Seabreeze Fla. i car were coming from the direction of

connection with hotel. II. L. KOCHERSPERGKR, Prop. Cold Spring."I GOOD ROADS PAY. Brevard County, at least, should be on our

therefore continued on the trackI
bad taken. Presently' the Bound of ....It. of highway Improvement In
COCOA. list. And 'also do not to send '
the engine whistle reverberated in the North Carolina. forgot us :

dismal passage, and I was startled The Industrial comml.. lon at a recent

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA with the singular effect, for at one Instant session at Washington took up the sub job printing and ads. :
FLORIDA.
I was sure It came from the ject of good rend Most of the time your .

Centrally located. Large airy rooms. Bath oo :" nlent. north, while a second sound seemed was devoted to a paper read by D. P. _. .
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Rates to come from the opposite direction.'In Hutchinson of Charlotte N, C. Die
: $1.50 per day; special terms by 'week :or month.
fact I soon became so uncertainas statement, however, was confined almost yrw T wvw j'vvvw v v-w-w-v

---- to the way the train would approach exclusively to the roads In North
KOCKLEDGE. that I stood-stlll and watched both en Carolina. The movement for a road J :

trances. In a very few momenta I Improvement In his state, be said, bad NineIIERBINE .
aw the bright light of the locomotive started In the towns and bad been ad- .
l Tenths : '
weeping around tbe curve near the vocated and supported very stronglyby -
.UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... northerly mouth and I felt relieved tbe residents of municipalities. Tbe

for the train was on the other track. citizens of his city. Charlotte, submit of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. .
But the unearthly noise of the rapidly ted to a road tax In addition to their

Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE, FLA. moving car was enough to terrify town taxes, and the money raised thin I all the

even a stout heart. way made It possible to build the first PECULATES the Liver Stomach and Bowels,

suddenly"While watching became aware the passing of ;another train I county macadamized, road In Mlchlenbers PeopleSuffer n Cleanses the System Purifies the Blood. i

The coming winter this hotel will be under
the
management A. L. train entering tbe tunnel from the opposite The roads. Mr. Hatcblnion ald, were

Marsh who has been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Company ' direction.' Escape seemed Impossible. worked by convict One effect of Improved ( CURES Malaria Biliousness, Constipation i ;
Both tracks were occupied country roads. be sold, wa to
Stomach and
for 14 years. Hotel will open on the 15th of January next. and I knew If 1 lay down upon tbe increase tbe value of suburban prop : from a. Impaired Digestrbn.Diseased ,

middle of the track tbe cowcatcher erty. Farming lands on macadam ;
-- -- would Inevitably tear me to atom. road within two to ten mile of town Every Botila Guaranteed to Gira Satisfaction

EAU OALLIE. "I thought of the treneb outside of be said bave Increased from CO to 100 X.4 tXtOtia 3SC>>T'X'X.JIIJ. _B LTjXj:IO.m.: t j

the track and sprang across the rail to per cent In slue In tile last ten years Liver. Price OO C.nt.. I. '.1 t
throw myself down on It, but as the

Hotel Granada EAU OALLIE: FLA. beam of the engine light came rushing A Tl1)lcal,8outh African Store. Prepared by JAMES I'. BALLARD St. Lmil. Mo,

On Indian toward me I found that there was uot O. R. Larson of Bay Villa, Sundays rlfkti0 e' _ irtOi>iee
,River. room. Why my wit did not desert River Cape Colony conducts .ra store . . '
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me ban always been a wonder for I typical of South at which be ";
The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Oallle,Fla., 102mlTes south of Jacksonville Africa can
on the west shore of the Indian River unexcelled boating hunting and- felt that I bad but a second or two to purchased anything from the proverbial
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the nile of guests. A first-class home live and would be kllleil In a most horrible "needle to an anchor" This store is If You Have Not j
like hotel. Rates (2.00 to $3.01) per day. Special rates by month or season. manner but n merciful Providence situated In a valley nine mile from the .
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nearest town. Mr. Larson "I
Open all the year. Address OLEASON BROS., Eau Oallle, Fla.IIINDEItSONVILLE directed my eyes to an unusually the says amfavored
with custom of farmers within
large cavity In tbe wall caused
by a a radius of thirty miles, to many of
blast near a seam, and wltb tbe rapidity whom I have supplied Chamberlain's Found u iJFor
N. C. of thought I sprang Into It and pressed remedies. All testify to their value In a What You Want.

--' nay back against tbe rock*. household where, a doctor's advice I I. al- ,.
"Tbe car rushed by and I HO close that moat out of the question. Within one
THE WHEELER, DENDERSONVILLE N. C. the wind canned by their motion blew mile of my store the population I I. per- a,Home, suppose you take atrip; down and tool at was
Henderson rule's New Hotel. off iar hat. and a few tbat were an hap sixty.: Of these, within the past Fruit and Garden Lands the
Open all the year. Altitude 2,650: feet. The d'ryest climate In North Carolina Inch or two wider than the rest rubbed twelve month, no less than fourteen along

Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twenty-five! my clothing! a* I afterward" saw by have lain's been Cough absolutely Remedy.cured TbU by must Chamber surety East CoastSettlers .

bedrooms. Electric lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball room. the marks. Oti. my frl n<.l. Bald the be a record.. For sale by all druggistsand

Mineral Springs. Bath rooms. Ten-pin alleys. All modern convenience captain placing: his band wblcb was medicine dealers
like Ice from agitation mine "If
upon
For further Information and rates, addrt'.1IoBARDIS --
you knew. the agony of those moments lIITlD-.1: l Pcnoni of otmrwter. and are /flocking 1 Injbut still there:is room. It 'you art
A: WHEELER, Proprietors, Hendersonvllle C. :' -tbe suspense, the hope of escape and reputation In each RUM tone In this' m>uotjr looking this line to ,
mqn/red nno.i to rvprawmt and advmliM. oM e.. way, drop a y
No consumptives taken. the terror lest some car, a little wider tabll.he than the rest should drag from that Handing.. Salary(lit weekly" ,with exiwnMn' '
.. ---- .-- -- --- .- .. -- -.... me additional all payable la rah eaoli WednmnUy. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3'dVIce.Pre.Ident, t
shallow cavity and crush me. tbe bewildering direct from bead ffIce. Horse and earrlam r..... .:
The ADVOCATE does rushing, crushing noise ofthat .,.b..I. when neacmarv.. Referem***. Enclose ILORIDA EAS'r COAST R'T, '
neat clean Job
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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE OCTOBER 11, 1901. !

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f FLORIDA Visitors who cannot SCHOOL BOARD MEETING. BREVARD.COUNTY COMMISSION Robbins & Graham Go. EZI.. : 3RAI:: : Y d<:, SRO.

i t call at our stores should write for a ERS.TITUSVILLE -DEALERS IN- ,

catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs The Board met Friday evening, October -
f chairman (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD
4, 1001. Present J. M. DUon, PRODUCTS
FLA. Oct. 7 1001. ,
I Vf'Nen u/ ({; J? E. Mime, R. N. Andrews, C. P. I'latts and H. The Board1was called to order, on, tho PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000,00. We' handle PRODUCE, of all kinds. We are agents for STAPES FER'n I II/Epg,

w The minutes, secretary.of the last meeting were 7th Instant, by order of the Chairman. This company ownsLAN,7 We deal exclusively: in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all! ,, .
wI I 112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville: also at read and Present: J. R. Walker, 1st District; J. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your staten. m4us

St. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau The treasurer's approved.report for the month of R. Allot 2nd District; R. A. Conkllng :: S, E. L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE, Fl \.'
3rd District: J. C. Jones 4th District
September 1001, was received read. and J. )0'. Bell, 6th District; A. A. Stew- In the Indian River! Co"atry; On the St. -- =

...THE ANHEUSER BUSCH duly found cancelled.correct and redeemed warrants sheriff.art, clerk; and W. II. Jones, deputy Lucie River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL:

Hundry:! bl.ls were road In detail] and ,
1. Minutes were road and approved. Biscayne. Prices to suit the times.

Brewing Asso's.Famous expenditures.payment ordered as per list of Itemized\ 2. The road matter of T. C. Bass was Send for Land List. -Dealer In-


FINANCIAL STATKMttNT.TiruviLiic . taken, up.of that On district motion, was CommissionerJones appointed a Offices at Tltusvlllo and Miami, .Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
St. LoulH Keg and Hot ,
committee to have the house moved 50ft
FLA., Oct., loot. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage Soh, n,"d,i,
tl",d liner To Hon.Alex. A. Stewart, west of Its prevent location. OEO. M. ROBBINS, F. A. MORGAN.
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Clerk Clroult('ourt. 3. On motion the flab dealer's occupation President. Actuary.
SId l l MnHsrs and
by -,1.01110) Sir:-In o"/II..lIflum.| with $otiou 3, Chapter tax was taken up, and )111 r. /bco- -- .-- - .- -. "'--- --- -
It. L. Motlow,TI\u.vl1leFla. 4,LI/: laws of Florida. we hereby tile with you bio addressed the Board In favor of a Brevard Abstract of Title Co -
the I following Itotnlxed RUitaiiieiit of all sulioolmoney
C Hy ]\fr, It. U ]Molluw Cooou, Via rwelved,appropriation I made. I and warrants change. On motion the fish dealers I INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
iHHiied lor the luoutU. ending the 6th day occupation tax, Imposed at the July WILL FURi9RAbstracts
of Jot.. A, I)1001. amended to lead follows FLA.Is .
JOSEPH ZAPF meeting, was as ,
r Warrant outKtaiidlnpt nt taut report. f 8,1X10(18! of TitleFoil
Of Issued. aW-liimuoultiiK' 3U.H8 : Dealers using 4 boats or Ions prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity; -Sacked or loose. Special ut "UOO
shall license tax: of ten dollars
Sole Agent. Total...-. ...' 'io.19oe0> those pay using over four boats and not exceeding .; LANDS IN- paid Backlog for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.'

LUM amount paid during imiit.nU>Ilth.. Mil 30 shall pay a license tax of Brevard County.Office T. T. WETMOUE, Proprietor.J. .

010 to 020( Went Buy Street Warrant now ontMamllnff .T.... ,-,-( 7fiallalance $1 Ii:;; those using/ over 80 boats shall paya under Law Office of
.4. i cash. per'treasurer last license tax of $30:; at main flxlt lioime,
JACKSONVILLE FLA. report.. .V 1361 and for each and every branch house GEO. M. ROBBINS WALKER. C. II. SWAIN
Received In Sept .. BfJUtt
shall pay a license tax of $3:; additionaltax. TITUSVILLK, FLA.

$ 711441 :.
Goods Shoes
h NEAR & TAYLOR Warrants paid during month.. 6311 4. The clerk delivered the seal orderedby Dry ,
East Coast Meat Market
Cash now In hand Treasurer. I 20 all 8038 the Board at the July meeting.
5. On motion, the request of C. S. Furniture
Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Deficit In funds .. $loHHu" Schuylar:! to erect a telephone line from G. F. DUREN, Agent. I

: ITRMIZRD BBOEIPTH.lalanoe Jensen to Tlbbals a distance of four O-.rj
In lnstreport. .f 1351
'= From Tax Collector treasury: tax, iHiie. :.......,... .32A miles poles to be placed on east side of Notions and
I''j from Tax Collector, polls IS,>U...... ... .... road, is granted. pt Millinery
'j rs.4 t'roIllTaxl:<.lIootortax IIMMI ... ... .. 11I'70 -- -.
(0. of tax collector of
Report taxes
: poll
From Tax Collector, poll $$1x,1000...... . 11110 c.2co
_; j)4: Eau Gillie, Fla. collected during the month of Septem : pt New OOQds at close!) prices. v

Total..t..ta.. .v. Ttf4aITKM1ZBD ber, amounting to $2, for 100J, was re- ptpt
, ._._ KXrBlfDITIKCSTeaolmrs1 : celveil. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
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-'-'--- -,--- - salaries.. ... 7SJ 00R
M. Minis, salary oounty supt.......... 7ft UU 7. Report of tax collector of licenses John R. Walker & Co-
Save Your Vegetables J. M. Dlxon, per diem and mileage as collected during the month of September ,
f ........ ..
rusher board...... 200 amounting' to $0.73 State and .1.30; te3:
N. diem and J'LA.Whaler's .
Ii.
mileage a* TITUSVILLE
) .IJtr.r; : ........... 600C. County, was received. !::
: Nesb li'uM ... Platte, per diem and mileage as 8. Report of tax collector of licenses ; t7Va
wreM aa.u. member board .... ............. 194O collected during the month of September = -
. R. 1C. Mluis Bupt.,Incl ex. Board, f>npt. 1..MadmlnlKtra
nN'V $ WrTa .. .. .. yd
< IB 41 amounting to $1,030.01); State and :
MM Of .. school No 8 1 BO tjj:'! .OO county, was received. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
I R Ht Bank,1p.y't Ft. Pleroe Bob. bldg ,000 OORoylance V. Keport of treasurer was receivedand Store.
'.- : 'o'aots ctt Klopp,2nd pay't Ft Pierce Jewelry
.om.i PJ,13r+ Mat. school butldtnic .....,. BOO 00 checked up. On motion Messrs.
sera Bond Lumber Co. material for bldg Oslo 144 21 Mlot and Bell were appointed a committee
i" Alf Wm IIlndle, repairs| for No. 1,4, and IU II 40 to destroy the paid warrants
1 t K C Hums, repairs for No. .... 1:11I!
ItKMIros I.. 860 turned over by the treasurer The
o M tat W H Wlftneld repair. to No.. 41... 113 treasurer had a certificate from the Indian 'gam's Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware" Etc.
d J K M B ., 20WI
I F IiI wnSA.NA5ELnNts Hodgson River 'ateBank, showing be had
a. .
.i Florida Kxtraot Co" 3 6'2SHJHIIltanl :
M 881 the amount his report called for on de-
1 R 8' Hank frelrht!: on furniture No 2... 311:11I! posit to his 01 edit. SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watofaes

Century Heating Co furalture lor No 2.. 10100 10. Report of Justices of the Peace and Jewelry. All work; warranted for 13: months.KirMall .
.lennla C Miller, servloo ou grading com 1000
.. II, 11. Bronson, C. F Conkling, J. M.
J M Dixnn It. examiner S 00
,OCHER Florida Star, printing I 110 Sanders were received. qtr i : Orders will receive prompt and careful attention.*

rooftl I RAT COAST ADVOOATB,print n.n.e.II; |;.;. 260C 11. On motion by the Commissionerof v
&I R News and binding 300 the 5th district of Brevard TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
Protect orchids, gardens cotton, corn, BrevardColi68snkJntW.rAuir&Sept 28 IS county,
I R State Bank let on warrants for n pt 24 74 that the Board of County commissioners -
\ tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, and all Melbourne St Hank,Int on warrante "Sept. 4 8> at their regular meeting in October,
other fruits and vegetables from the American Book Co., tree book. 23J40
at to the
proceed once Investigate
Inn &I ('A.' tree books .. 10 WFrttohard prao-
''J' ravages of Insoots without the use of & Bon supplies No 2,T, and l01 IK f> tibillty of working the county convict
WICIIottb. repairs to No 4 2 Oli) now In the county jail, under sentence, Attention !
Special
Send for ..
poison or spray. $1,00 sample PJHall, 101.1., !tOil the roads under
on public a competent
Of 600JTDavIs
trap by mall.AGENTS. RR Minis,Jr 2
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' 2 97S guard or supervisor, who would be
WANTED IN EVERY W H Maxwell .' .. 120 placed under a heavy bond for the efficiency ALL THAT 18 LEFT. .
v and GIVEN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
for the widow orphans In
of the work and the safe
: p COUNTV. Address, keepingof
Total expenditures .*>,120tx
i J. D. SUTTON, Seedsman, The Board adjourned to meet Satur- the prisoners. And It shall be the many Policy cases Is a of Insurance. Hardware Tinware, Crockery Glassware:
duty of the County Commissioners to ,
;II Ocala, Fla. day morning at 8 o'clock October 5, 1001. I fix his While in servicehe
4 : compensation. f on the life of the husband and father.
1 See local notice In another column. The Board met. announced Saturday full shall be subject to the call of the And that Is a valuable asset. Harness and Stoves.
Octobers afrS Present attendance
\ a. m. a .
of members commissioners In their respective districts It will provide for all necessities or at

t Mrs. E. A. Ireland was appointed ; all work of the to commissioner be done under of the the least keep the woof from the door, accordto 'p Our Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
supervision
WILLIAM McKIHLEY. supervisor at the school Jensen. the amount.
district In which the work is to be done, The earlier a man begins paying jwemlums -
., Mrs. Albert S. Wilson was appointed and shall be In the power of any commissioner 1 the smaller the payments. Jas. Fritchard & Son.
] HIS LIFE AND WOIUC, supervisor of the school at Ilardeevllle.Aid '
to call him to any district between Why not look Into the matter :NOW.
the
books to
BY and ? were granted son the meeting of_the county commissioners IVe will be pleased to give any information .
or Mrs. F. U. rrang, 01 vero. Postofflce Box 212
,
iD at their regular sessions and
GEN. CHARLES II. GROAV.KNOR. ; desired.
Miss Lula A. Waldrup was assigned' to
It shall be further provided tbat the
President's life long Friend Comrade naoh: the school at Melbourne Miss M. supervisor of the convict gang shall be O. fit.TITUSVILLE. i5ohuylor: : t"\lsv-i1Le.: ., Florida.

In War and Colleague Congress Was C. Parker wan assigned to Tropic, and allowed to remain In the district wherehe FLORIDA.

I near his side with other great men when Miss Hattie If.: Waldrup was. assigned to may be at work until such may be Correspondence Invited --

1, his eye.* were closed In death. .'ollowedtbe lardeevllle. completed ; and that the County Com- FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
Two teachers fined $1 each for ,
j bier to the National Capitol and to were missioners shall Mid
tardy of their schools. The provide supervisorwith requested that the road be located at a
Canton The General requires a share of opening
I all the ofwork
Board to the pride of each teach necessary Implements safe distance from the railroad. Lake City, Florida.
the proceed. of his book to be devoted to appeals and him with
a McKinley Monument Fund. Thus er to be prompt and faithful In the discharge provide everything 2S. The protest against the pnblfo.
I :
necessary Cot the safe keeping of the Eighteenth Year Beginning( Sept. 3O 190 t.
Sebastian
of and promlnes the fullest road from Grand to wa" taken
, subscriber becomes a contributor duty
every ,,
he h ", In charge together
" prisoners
t' to this fund. Millions of copies will\ be appreciation of good and honest service with assistants he need and up. Mr. While addressed the Board Four courses of four' years in. Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Latin
may ,
sold. Everybody will buy It. Orders for The Board adjourned to meet Monday, that the any supervisor shall make hi* report opposition to the road. On mottoo, the Icleoce, Classics. One year's count in Business, Stenography Typewriting and

the asking. Nobody will refuse. Elegant morning, November 4, 11)01) at 8 a. m.. not later than 12 o'clock on tbe road from Grant to Sebastian, t Is hereby telegraphy. A preparatory course of one or two years, as required, for those windng .
'' Attest J. MARION DIXON declared a, publio road, name to be 14ft. to for the
1
Photogravure Portrait of President : day that the Commissioners are In session prepare College. Post-graduate courses are also offered.
i I,! McKinley's last picture taken at the K. E. dIMS, Chairman. of all work performed la what district wide. Young men under military diaeipliue. Young women under refining borne In-
White House You can easily and quick. Secretary.. he has been employed, and in what :2I>. On motion the road from Eau: luenoe at Foster Hall. Tuition. free to Florida students. Other expenses very

ly clear $1,000 taking orders. Order out condition the gang: are in, etc. Gallia to Mel b01l1 ne Is hereby declared a mall. Fine modern budding'; and first-class equipment.

lit quick. Chance to prove success secure Backache should never be neglected 12.: On motion, J. N. Waller I I. appointed a publIc road. For catalogues, address ;
30. Petition of R. Gi; Harde., et al,
I i" yearly Outfit) contract and become Jlihna.I' It means kidney disorder, which If allowed supervisor of convicts; his bond for a public road from railroad depot in T. H. TALtAFERRO C. E., Ph. P..

I' ger. free. Send Plots In stampsto to run too long, may result In fixed at $:>OO.Oi), and compensation $40 Sebastian: to river, was received, and K. Pr t.'San" .
!' pay expense: of wrapping, packing and Bright' disease, diabetes or other serl- per month lie Is also notified to ap-
' A. Sim Parks and R P. liardesty
! ,. mailing elegant prospectus. Taking 10 I Ilardee : -
I ous> and often fatal complaints. Foley'sKidney pear at once
I' I. are appointed vie wet. to> mark
I
J' to 60 order daily. 60,000 copies will be
Cure) makes the kldueys well. 13. On motion controversy over contract the
and out same. The Nation'sBest
I: sold In this vicinity Address, B. K. Wilson *: !Hon.: No. S I .'was referred- .to h CONTINENT ASSEMBLY Mateo"
TilE Mlot for ettlement.
was received ana the same filed for in
,
i,I Corcoran Bldg, Oop. U. S. Treasury, 14 On motion, the tax: assessor I I. allowed formation. .

\\I u Washington, D. C. CITIZENS' MASS MEETING.A until the November meeting to 83. Report of J. O. Fried" Lars Jor- Cigar.

complete the tax: bonk, and all complaints and L. K. Smith marking and

BRBVARD COUNTY TKBASUIiBIffl! mass meeting of the citizen of will he beard then. iaaying out a publIc rone) from Sebastian .. It'M: nIl.Florid.

;11\ 8TATBMKNT. ntusvllle was held for the purpose of 15. The following unique protest was to Sebastian River, was-reoelved approved -

,; Oct. .... 1901. placing In nomination tloket to be voted received and tiled: To Board of County ,. accepted and notlae' ordered ....

Islam cash on band,rtept. Int. 1901..I T.T7T 10 for at the next municipal election was Commissioners, Brevard County: Oct. posted according to law. Why buy
Imported made
cigars from with
tobacco doctored
locate road old heavy '
Don't tropical
skg
Amount received in Sept.ItWl Slli UTotal held In the Board of Trade rooms, on nth, 1001. a lit JU. Protest of Frank Alasst, et al, ,
October 4th, at 7:10 p. m. way-through knee-deep sand and hot against the public road from Sebastian "plum and other drugs, whew you can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
.B T,8S aa motion John elected sun ray but on river front let It go, Sebastian River received filed P rice
Less warrant. paid la ....Ulll. M01. On Henry was to was .
and delivered County Commission. chairman. On motion E. L. then solid comfort all will know.-Win- and laid over until the November meetIng FREE BY MAIL TO
ANY
.ra and School .. SKI M Brat was elected permanent chairman ter 6I It and 60.-Gibson, D. P. for action. )\ Buxof .. $1.00

I, Balance on hand Oct. let, .1MI ....._TXT 84ABOVB and John Henry permanent neoretsry. 16. Bond of Charley Carlton I to carry 34. Annual report of tax collector of ADDRESS......} Boxof: M.,., .'1.75
.f The chairman having stated the object a Smith A: Wessmn revolver No. 380,382: licenses Issued from Oct. J.lltJO to Oct.I .
and
," 't BALAMOB H HELD: Al POLLOwa7t of the meeting called for the nomination caliber 38, was received approved. 11)01, was received and tiled. o. WRO'W'Z:: : E'Y
t Deposit In Indian River HUM Hank 01 the respective officers. Dr. J. M. 17. Bond of Will Addison to carry a 35. Bond of Bethel JU Stewart, as .. .,

t to as monthly par Cashier's report certificate....... ...,.Attached.....-... $7U4T M Dixon was unanimously nominated fot Winchester received rifle.and No. 140,510, caliber 38, notary public was receive awl ap SAN MATEO, FLA.
I mayor, and W. S. BranDing was unanimously was approved. prof'ed. _
.. 4.241 Irt. Bond of F. It. Hunter to carrr a - --- -- -------------.- -
Total --
.\ I _nominated for clerk! aid .treasirer. 30. Bond of Thos. J. DeSteuben, as
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B4LANCK nBLOHOINO: TO BACH. FUND! AS FOLLOWS . For marshal and tax collector Winchester rifle, No. 2SO. l7 B, caliber notary public, was received and ap- "

,, County Itavenue-Oneral !Fnnd.......91,134 91 several\ names were placed In nomination 41. was received and approved. proved. <>::N'"IC>:N' SETS.'EI.LOV
." Road anil llrldge fund .... ..,. ft 4Y and a ballot being taken K. E. Minis jr., 10. Bond of W. A. llendry to carry a 37. Bid of G. B. hall for contracts .
Hulldlng Fund...........a. ... II BAKeeUtuit was nominated for said office on the Winchester rifle, No. 57,000, caliber 41, NOB. g and 0, amounting to $363.00, was
i Of Prisoners Fund....... 64 5H
tl} was received and approved.
Fine and Vnrfeltnra Fund. ,. 0 47 econd ballot. For Tax: Assessor, John I accepted. } nANVF.RS
2Octa.
; ::.. nominated.For 20. Bond of J. M. Herndon to carry a of L. Grlffls Jr. Wm. Qt Prepaid; 80ct Pk, $1 1,73Bo., Not Prepaid.
.!: Hpeo.Hnnil Fund,dint No 9. 84H ml Henry was unanimously :38. Report rIIITE SILVERSKN 2:
8|>ea, Him 1 Fund, new list No 4 ..- 62 town aldermen for the full term of Winchester rifle, No. 321,17.2: B, caliber Watton and T. R. Crook marking and B EIUIUDA cts. Qc.' Prepaid; "ot". Pk.:, .1.90Bu.: :, Not Prepaid.
r' Of " Of II 1,3t14 II, and REncta.. Qt. Prepaid 11.. Pit. .. .OO
41 received approved, ; Bu- Not Prepaid.
Mob.tol..und...................... :Ml SAI two years, several names were placed In was Winchester laying out a public road from Dummitt Bgrove EIUfUDA WHITE :85cts. Qt.-, PrepaId 1-50/ Pk., : ,
of Nolle SW
Bond O. a $ ) B'I. Prepaid.
21. to ; Not
carry ,
Property decea ed persons rand I (Ml nomination, and a ballot being taken the south, a distance of H miles, was 1 1IITE PEARL SOcts. ,
named nominated rifle No. 70,428& caliber 2J, was received accepted, approved, and notices Qt., Prepaid; $1.25 Pk..0 Bu.J Not Prepaid.

I'r Total.... . ..... .......l""....K....Horn.... $124124-7': following, F. A. Morgan gentlemen: J. It. Walker were and- received surf approved. ordered, posted according to law. New crop Onion Seed American grown, now ready. Bermuda Imported

*< County Treasurer. J. L. Carruthers. 22.: Bond of S. D. Drlgger/: to carry a :30. On motion the allowance of Ira ready Oct-bt. New crop American grows Turnip and Cabbage Seeds.Send .

i I For alderman for the unexpired term Winchester riffle No. 410,337, caliber 44, Crosby, a pauper Is increased from $:.1; for Catalogoe.

if f i. GENEROSITY OF QUAY. of J, M. Dixon: nominated for mayor, : was received and approved. per month to $10. Same was made at L. CAMERON. 'The Seed Store
several names were placed In nomlna I 2:1.: Bond of J. F. Herndon to carry the request of citizens of Melbourne. ,

Ion and 8. U. Vanlandlngham/ was nom* Winchester rifle No. 54,2)1! caliber 38, 40. On motion Miss Smanty Griffis Is 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Recently, through the columns of tho natod for said otUoe. was received and approved. placed on the pauper list at $S: per -
Times-Union and Citizen, an appeal was There being no further business, the :24.& Bond of John E. M. Hodgson, a. month. Same was done at the requestof -- -- --- -- -- ---- ---- ------ -

made by the friends of the Florida, SemI meeting adjourned. notary public, was received, and ap citizens of TI u8VlI1e. The Olde.t"Est
bUihe f moles for means to send Chief Tommy Attest: E. I.. BRADY, proved. 41. On motion, the allowance of Wm.
I Jumper to the St. Augustine: hospital. JOHN HEXKY: Chairman. 25. On motion, the sum of $:J,$.OO Is Anderson, a pauper, IH increased from

Dr. Worley, chief surgeon, writes that Secretary ordered paid C. O. Janmxsk for a right $tl to $8 per month. Same was done at

Senator Quay has advised him that he of way across his property. the the request of citizens of Fort Wm..A:: _. :Boors: : d%: Oo.
will stand the expense for the sick Indian 26. Report of Downey,. D. Hunter Pierce.
and also the Indian's brother as A report from 8upt. J. C. Glnck, Reform and Robt. Smith marking and laying:
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41.: On motion James McCIenan and
t nurse. Tommy has not boon able to do School, Pruntytown, \V. Va, Oct. : out a public road from Valkarla along Bryant McCIenan are placed on the GRAIN HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
all other advertised
"After
11! 1900: trying ,
r G any hunting since last January. Johnny medicines we have decided the river front to Center street In Mal- pauper list fur one month at $15 each, ,
Jumper and his brother passed through cough abar, was received, accepted, approved !
at the request of citizens of Titusvllle.
p Titusville, Tuesday, en route to the to use the Foley'West* Virginia Honey and: Reform Tar exelu.I.e1ID Hchool.- and notifies: ordered posted according to On motion Judge A. D. Penney appointed Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

,r full hospital., Indian They regalia were with both their dressed red and In I find It the roost effective, and A absolutely law.27. Oeo. M. Robbins appeared before 4J.; Petition trustee of for David one month.Sims et al citizens ..... i vne. 112 EastBay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
B. R. Wilson Son.
white bunting and ,black plume. John harmless. : the Board and protested In behalf of the of Jensen for a publIc road WAS AI".. for 1'urln. Feed. Warehouses
ny appeared to be quite an Invalid. Florida East Coast Railway Company laid over until the next meeting for ac on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant System.

-The Clyde Line Steamship Co's. against the use of Its right away for a tlon. -

i nr- Reading notice ads. on this page apencyls I at the ADVOCATE office, Tltusllle public road between the 10riT4' mile post The ADVOCATE does
are live cents per line per week. where you can secure reservations.* and the :2004 mile post at Malabsr, and (continued on fourth page) neat, clean Job Printing;



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