Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 1, 1901
Frequency: weekly
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00371
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL.. 33. NO. 10. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1, 10O1. PRICE, 60. I

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LOCAL NEWS CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO -Every Friday bargain day at Gard MARRIED AT LAGRANGE recently relinquished by Mr. Arthur L.
Gallery,Tltusville, and look at samplesMrs. Dr. Dodson, near Court-house. ner's, Tltusvllle. Marsh. Mr. Edward Perry Is to be day
clerk Mr.' L. M. Boomer bookkeeper
And Topics of General Interest. Wm. Jarvis made flying trip -Do not forget the "tackey" dance at Judge D. Gaulden paid a visit to Wedding bells at Liberty church, I.a. Mr. John Conner steward.private -
from Cocoa to Titusville and return 00 the Opera house on Wednesday evening Jensen Wednesday.. grange, were rung; with great joy, Wed. ,
Monday next. nesday evening, October :rOth, the happy; Mr. II. C. Dardln will\ manage tbe new
THE ADVOCATE, -Mr. Wm. M. Brown returned here, couple being Mr. Jerome T. Feaster, of St. John's Apartment hotel, In Charleston -
-Dr, and Mrs. D J. JJIBol of New Messrs. T. B. Hicks and Moae Mets from visit to "
Tuesday: a Daytona.
and Miss Addle of TI. Bardin been
$1.50 per annum, In advance. LaGrange, King, S. C. Mr. has recently
$1.00( six months, '. spend York will be In. Cocoa next week, to ger, of Sebastian, were In town Saturday -Capt. J. O. Walton's house In Bout tusvllle. The Rev. W. N. Chaudoln tied connected with Hotel Wheeler, Hender
the winter. usual. and and made call.
$2.()() per'an. to foreign countries. Sunday, us a Tltusville Is for rent, furnished. Apply the knot In his usual impressive way. son vl lie, N. C.

-Mr. W. H. Robinson, a prominent The ADVOCATE office has been Inundated at this office. The church was full to overflowing, and The new hotel the Palm Beach and

When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE pineapple grower, of Ankona, has been with callers this week. We are always -Mr. M. S. Sam. was very handsomely decorated, being; Annex at Palm beach with Mr. Chas.
,
a prominent orange
the guest; of the Indian River hotel a few pleased to see our friends In our trimmed with star jessamines, magnolias
the It does not cost
by year, you this week. grower; of Courtenay, was a visitor to and Mrs. Johnson am, A. Stone, as manager, will open for the
days sanctum. roses evergreen.; '
three cents per week, postage Included. town on Wednesday.Mr. otners "did themselves proud" in thdeoorntlng season next month. Mr. Sidney Mad- ,
Note date of expiration printed upon -Dr.: Guy C. Estes, of Palatka, was In -All Hallow E'en passed off very Marvin Thomas art. dock Is proprietor of this hotel. For
week. This town a couple of days the first of the quietly Tltusvllle last. nUbt! and, as a popular youngresident date, rates, etc., our northern reader
or wrapper every < of The bride and looked handsome
your paper Cocoa, wait In town a day or groom;
Is for No need week, looking around for a location to far as we know, there, was nothing of Into the cuurcb will please watch the 7th page of the
a receipt your money. so the first of the week. as they m.rebe.llliowly ,
for us to send receipt for subscription open a,dental office. importance to chronicle. while Miss Florence Vanlandlngham ADVOCATE.

The date gives It to you. -Mr. Geo. S. Adams,city clerk of West Postofflce Inspector Fred. D. Peer -Mr. T. M. Lett, of West Palm Beach, played the wedding march on the organ; The Grand View hotel, recently leased

Palm Beach, passed through here, Mon wasIn' town Tuesday, Inspecting 0111'poetOffice formerly a resident of Tltusvllle, spent a The bride was dressed In a !gown of white by Messrs. Bardln Wheeler, of Hendersonvllle -
TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on day, on his way home from a visit to St. paraphernalia. .lie was the day In town tbe first bf the week. organdie, trimmed with lace and satin N. C., will be managed the

ale at the following news-stands, at five Augustine, and other places. guest of Mr. J. T. Bassett while In town. -Mr: and"Blra' :Chas. W hi taker, 01 ribbon. Very dainty, white glove. belt coming season by Mr.W.L. Bain, for tb.pa.t .
the and Mrs. the bridal veil. two steward of the Duval
Cocoa of Mr.
cents per : were guests years
copy
-Mrs. Amy Blake and bright Utile Mr. Jos. P. Greaves of Hotel
Titusville-B. R. Wilson A; Son. manager Robt. Motlow, of this place, a couple 01 The bridal party made quite a pretty hotel, Jacksonville. The hotel bas been
of Eden who been
daughter have Aloaznr 8t arrived In
guest
J. B. Soreven. Augustine, days this week.Tbeodore picture as they stood under an evergreen thoroughly overhauled and refurnishedand
of the Indian River hotel, Titusville, fora the Ancient City from New York on
bridal
Jacksonville-Duval hotel. arch, from which wan suspended a will open on or about Nov. 1st.
week or so, returned home on Monday. Wednesday.Mr. Deyman. the piano tuner,
bell made of beautiful roses and the
stand Unlou ;
News depot On 4th will be found the ad.
will leave Tltusvllle If want our :
-Mrs. G. G. Howard, who has been and :Mrs. B. W. Sperry, of the soon. you Rev. W. N. Cbaudoln looked happy, with page
of the Indian River Inn Eau Gallle
overhauled him
111 for weeks Is your piano or organ his Stetson colors on his coat as be declared ,
quite some past, rapidly Duval hotel, Jacksonville have been ,
mr: Reading notice ads. are ten cents at once. All his work la guaranteed. which is under the management of Mr.
her health. She has been beabreeze the above charming couple to be
line on this page. recovering spending a few days at where P. A. McMillan. This hotel overlooksthe
per spending several day. at Cocoa this week Mr. Sperry bas been hauling in the fish Messrs. Jas. J. Lynch and W. B. man and wife. far-famed Indian River and U ,

Gardner makes special prices. Fri. -Mr. E. W. Simmons has relinquished In large quantities.The Lynch, of Winchester, Tenn., who spent After the ceremony-which went off all the year. Mr.' McMillan, Informs open ua 1,,.
his In Julius part of last winter here, arrived In town without the slightest bitch-the newly that his table will be with fish I
the of
days.Mr. position store Mr. Florida Agricultural College, at supplied
Goo. W. Hooble, of this place, Kiln anIs Mr. It. Wednesday afternoon, and registered at married couple went from the church t.o at all times and and In
Lake
now employed by City, has an ad on our 8th page. the residence of the where they oysters game ,
has been on a visit to his fish camp at W. Rhodes the Store the Indian River hotel. groom; season. The rate Itt day. ;
Eagle Clothing This Is one of Florida's leading educational will make their future home. are per

Grant this week. Tltusvllle. institutions and deserves the pat- -Mr. J. U. LeTourneau one of Eden's Many persons from Tltusvllle Mime, Mr.'-Allan Alnslle, who has been manager .

-Capt. and Mrs. II. Marootte have returned -Mr. Bethel Stewart, of Bovine, bas ronage of our people. big pineapple. growers, anti his wife, were Turnbull, Hardeevllle, City Point, Cour ; of this Maplewood In the White

to St. Augustine; from their extended been spending a few days In town with -We regret to learn that Mr. O. T. pleasant visitors to town from Sunday tenay, Stuart and other place. attendedthe Mountains, will be associated with Mr.
northern trip. his brother County Clerk A. A. Stewart.Mr. Buntlug, one of St. Augustine's well until Monday, stopping at the Indian wedding.The O. D. fctoavey In the management of the

-.Judge D. L. Gaulden who had been Stewart' many lends are always known merchants, has been quite 111 for River hotel while In town. bride and groom were the recipients new Hotel Asplnwall, now building at ,

attending to law matters in Orlando and pleased to see his genial countenance In I some time pant. We hope he will soon -Mr. R. L. Dixon, brother of Dr J, of many useful, ornamental and Lenox Mass. Mr. Beavey Is well known i

DeLand, returned here on Monday.Mr. Tltusville. regain his former strength.The M. Dixon, of this place, was a passenger valuable presents. In Florida, having been one of the Hotel '.
I Their friends wish them. long Ponce de Leon's former and
Saturday's southbound train en routeto many managers
on ,
Ehrlich of Fort Pierce -Mr. Myers Froscher, recently of La- friends of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
hotel
Harry Cocoa, after a pleasant trip to Boston, life of connubial bliss and prosperity, I III now manages the Magnolia; Springs .
son of Dr. Henry Ebrlich, of San FranCisco Grange, but now connected with the L. Hart sympathize with them In the New York and other northern cities. which the ADVOCATE heartily joins. !Magnolia Springs. Mr. Ainslie was-be-
Cal., has been spending a few days Palm Bench hotel and Annex, returned Ions of their little daughter; Edith, who fore the burning of the San Marco hotel,
In town. south, Monday, after paying a short visitto died of dlptherla, In St. Louis, Mo.,,on Superintendent R. T. Guff and Roac St. Augustine-one of Its managers; He

-Mr. John Wynn, of Fort Pierce, was of LaG hi. parents, Mr. and Mrs A. Fro ober, October 23rd, aged two years master E. B. Carter, of the F. E. C. Hallway -Judge Minor S. Jones II expected la the son-in-law of Mrs. II. J. Smith, of .
.
among thoM Mason. recently Initiated range.Mrs. -Mr. C. F. Hopkins, a well known real passed through here, Tuesday, 00 home to-morrow Pompton Lakesl, N. J.t, and!! Jlookledge.Fla. .
Into the mysteries of Knight Templars, R. F. Jones, who had boen-vis. estate dealer of St. Augustine; was In their way to Dade county, on board their. Ilardeevllle and other Items arrlyec .

at Daytona.Miss Itlng her parents, Mr. and !Mrs. Wm. town from. Monday until Tuesday, attending private car, which returned northward too Into for this Issue, The of workmen the

of Palatka's Teahen, of St. Augustine, passed through .. to some tax: matters. We acknowledge yesterday. Mr. and Mr. A. D. Baldwin of New Windsor army Hotel at Jacksonville on new
Mary Rogero$; one Tltusvllle, Saturday last, en route to he Fhu,
and little
call. and Merrill
a pleasant -Mr. Mrs: Chas.
ladles who has been vis- Haven gives that this
Conn will hope
popular young home at Cocoa. She was accompanied anlveat Kookledgon every magnificentresort
lUng Miss Bessie Hall, of this place, left by her sister -Mr. E. B. Wager has been having son, of Kansas. southbound City, Mo., were Rmong'Tuesday' Monday afternoon. will be ready for business on January -
for home on Monday. considerable Improvements made to his passengers, en 1st. The walls are now Hearing the
-Attorney C. T. McCarty and wife, of residence In South Tltusvllln route to Troplo for the winter. After a -Messrs E. L. Brady and Wm. M. fourth floor, and the oontraotora"belle,.
-Mr..P. McMillan, one of Eau Gallie's Ankona, passed through here, Friday them being a new roof among trip to California, Mr.\ and Mrs J. W, Drown loft here, Wednesday, for Miami, that this part of the work will be completed -
more rooms, bAy;
prominent store and hotel keepers, Merrill will them to look after tl.olr Inteiesta.
join al Tropic.We
taut, en route home from a two moothe'vacation windows, eto. When finished It will be by November 10th. Dodge. 4; r
and was lu town from office Sunday until call.Monday, spent In Buffalo, Chicago, Wisconsin among the finest residences in that part understand Judge A. D. Penneyof Editor E. V. Blackman, of the Ml Cullens have already purchased all of the
gave our a pleasant and other places. 'l'heylook as of Tltusville. Titusville has entered. Into partnership ami llomeseeker, passed through her furniture, and they give positive assurance

-Capt': BenJ. Hogg;, of Fort Pierce, If their trip had agreed with them -The boat with Judge Williams, of Palatka, ,yesterday, en route home from a visit to that the hotel will. be ready for the

who has been spending the summer In -Miss Mettle Frost, of Oconto, ,\\" .., been advertised yawl Id ,the Irene ADVOCATE, which has for and that they have opened a law olllci Jacksonville. whiter tourists on the above date. The
Buffalo, It Is too cold there, and of which Williams will new Windsor will bo one of the handsomest
says up joined her brother, Attorney (i. A. Frosts at \Miami, Judge; -
,
weeks baa Mr. W. Tucker
some past, been sold to a a prominent r\sl.!
he la his back Indian River. hotels In the and
on way to this place Friday afternoon last. have charge Judge Penney will look country, no expense
on northern man, through the medium of dent of Fort Pierce, wu. among yeoter.
-We that Mrs. Mr. Frost has been keeping "bachelor's the after the law business at Tltusvllle. Is being spared In Its construction. i
are pleased to note I pink paper. Wnen you have any day's nortbound passengers. on bis way
Bond, wife of Mr. Frank E. Bond, of the hall" for several months past, but he has thing; to dispose of, trv an ad. In the -General Dan. Wylie and MessrsNaethlng to Jacksonville.Miss! Manager Arthur L. Marsh of the
Bond Lumber ('o., who has been quite now relinquished the job In favor of his ADVOCATE. Read the Tlbbals Items on Schilling: and Hazlewood, of Kate Hathaway Inn, Dual Bench, Nr. J., and
111 at her home In DeLand, Is ImprovingIn sister lit I) page. New York, are shortly expected In TI. I been- Eyer, of Cocoa, who ha Hotel Indian River,, Rooktedge, arrived
the month with
health. -Dr. and Mrs. W. M Seager and little tusvllle, for tbe purpose of taking a upending past at bt. Augustine on Monday from New
-The Ladles' Guild of Friends In N, Y. Is
St. Gabriel'schurch Brooklyn, expected
Elsewhere have an ad. of the son, of New York, are expected to be pleasure, crulso on the houseboat Hose home York. lie was accompanied by his wife
we will hold
Tltusvllle their next to-day or to-morrow.
John B. Stetson DeLand among the first to register at Hotel Alcazar Marie, commanded by Cap' J. M. Lattln, and little son; his mother and Miss ,
University meeting at the residence
This university Is well known, to FlorIdians St. Augustine, at the opening tomorrow Wetmore; this of Mrs. T. T. one of New; York' crack shots. -Miss Neene Rowe. one of the most ))o'oe. his eister-in-1aw. Mr. Gray, who
(Friday) afternoon. There dass teachers bas been at Watch Hill R. L all the
Saturday. By-the-way, probably popular ID who have visited g"
and should receive a liberal patronage will be vocal and .
instrumental Lalllo of New York returned
the Doctor's numerous friends do music, -Prof. J. M. arrived Tltusvllle, here, yesterday, summer, also came south with Mr.
by our people.Mr. not know that he now ranks among the recitations, etc., as well as refreshments. In town. Sunday, to get the honse- accompanied by her mother They ar Marsh, and Ifi Is probable that he wilt\ be 1
P. Nelson, of Perth Amboy, y, Inventors of the United States, for be The admission price, on this special occasion boat, Rose Marie, In readiness preparatory staying at tbe Hembler cottage. one of the chiefs behind the desk at the .
J., Is greatly Improving alld beautifying tins invented appliance that is of great; will be 23 cents 'A large attendance to her going on a cruise lids month. Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, the corn- I j,
his reoently-purcbased property In South utility la hospitals and sick rooms which of the members of the Guild and Jack's many friends are pleased to see -Attorney G. A. Frost, who bas purchased lag season.. Mr. Marsh accompanied by "
..rltu..llle, which, at present, Is In charge .he Is getting patented.Mrs. their friends earnest requested.Mr. ,hi. genial countenance la town again the Interest of County Solicitor his father-In-Iawt Mr. Royce; and a staff .'
of lie will remain here until May or June. James E. Andrews In the brick building of and
,Capt. C. F. Fisher. James Gresham painters paperhangers passed
a prominent :
Lids A. McGarry, wife of Contractor near the Courthouse, moved Into his
-Col. E. O. Morgan, of Ktsslmmee, Joseph MoGarry, and, daughter resident of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived In -Mr. II. B. Mace, of New York, a regularwintervisitorto new quarters, from the Taylor building, to through Rookledge.Tl'usvllle Messrs., Wednesday Marsh en route +
was In town a day or so the end of las) of Turfman Philip J Dwyer, of Brooklyn town on Tuesday lid Is an Inventor of ntusvllleaod Palm Wednesday afternoon. yesterday
week attending to some abstracts of died at Saratoga some note, and recently Invented a powerful Beach accompanied by Mr. B. 'r. Bell\ returned to St. Augustine
Sunday from
morning
title,eta From here be went to Fort pulmonary tuberculosis. Early last, summer explosive from bran, which I.1.ld arrived here, Wednesday, and ate now -Mr. NO' H. Will.ban, who baa been (,Friday.)-.

Pierce, en route to his orange grove. she went into the Adirondack .nd l to; hive mure force than dynamite, al-! occupying suite of room at the Indian I connected with the Florida Extract Lexington was the seen of the open- .
went to Saratoga about the middle ol! though much lessdangerous handling. River hotel. Mr. Mace will anon be get. Works, Tltusvllle for about tw6 years, Ing of the American Revolution and I.I ..
-Mr. L. Thjirsby, who has been spend September, the change of climate We understand this explosive will be thug his houseboat In readiness for ., left here, yesterday, for Seattle, Wash,, one of tbe historic spots In Massachu i
ing a few months with his sister, Miss ; falling; called! "Mazelte." where he to settle. will J
We He
to afford her any relief. The body was acknowledge a cruise down the East.Coast.Mr. expects stoj I sells Richmond, Va., also has its Lexngton J
Emma Park, New pleasant call from Mr. who off In North Carolina Sioux and
,
Gresham City
and the hotel
taken to Brooklyn In a special funeral which bear this
trough Geo. H. Appel the I i
York, passed Titusville, Saturday will be representing other the break the
Interested to
probably, In Tltusvllle places on way I lilstorio A
train and the funeral name I I. widely known the
on commission house of H. J. Lana fc Co. over
:
last, on his way to his home at Mer- Crossplace ere long journey. Ills friends here wish him
rift, Indian River. Wednesday, Deceased New Orleans, was In town yesterday, success In his new field of labor. Old Dominion. Commercial men, tour- ,
riatbusb. was a visitor at Referring to Mrs. Burnham.of whom and gave our office a call. He had been every sis, pleasure seekers and society people ;
-Mr. and Mn. F.T. Budge, of Miami, Rockledge several winters ago. we made mention In our last Issue, the over on the West Coast attending; to alike appreciate the blab class accommodations "

have been In town this week, visiting the Mr. Robt. Raosoo caretaker of the Tropical Hun says: "Mrs. N. S. Burnham business for tbe above reliable drm, of AMONG THE HOTELS. appointed by this hotel. From .,I
parents of Mrs. Badge, Capt. and Mrs. I received the sad It as a center tbe guest can reach all ,
bas been since news, Wednesday, announcing which he Is a member; and Is now on his -
Jas. Prltchard. Mr. Budge returned to parks, busily engaged; ; his mints of Richmond and Its suburb
the death of her
only brother, way down the East. Coast safer a* Miami eas-
Miami on Tuesday, leaving:: wife behind appointment lawns. ,The trimming work trees far shrubberyand 11. O. Bradley, at Worcester, Mass. Mr. and Cuba. Tbe Halifax house, Daytona, Is now 11",quickly conveniently. Proprietor
with her parents. so accomplish' Bradley, who was here for a short time open.Where .. A. I). Atkinson and Manager 8. T. At .J
ed has been considerable, but as nothing; -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins ha been busily the hotelworld J
last season, was the last living of the to stop along East Coast kinson have been prominent In the ,
-Attorney Jas. E. Andrews, of this new bas been Introduced, the amount of engaged of late. surveying and staking See list of hotel on 7th of
and
four sons of Osgood Bradley .who page. Virginia, their reputation ;
succeeded -
place, has been spending a day or so at labor expended Is not fully recognized. new road Into the Dele.plne Grant preparatory and
Fort Pieice. Mr. Andrews' wife and Plane for beautifying the parks have their father M ear builders, under to clearing It. He has also been The ADVOCATE Is now on file at aU] antecedents explain the consequentand A
family have returned from their visit to been formulated by Mr. Ranson and will the firm name of Ogood Bradley &: Sons, surveying and laying off building lots on the best hotels In New York city. growing success of the house. "1,
the father been '
relatives at Palnesvllle, 0., and are now : be put into execution as soon as possible. before having railroad a builder of stagecoaches the river front, just south of Mr. P. Nelsoo' Where to stop In Tltusvlllef See Tlusvllle "

snugly; enoonsced In their homo near the flower beds are Included in the plans, used In this country, and cars since were then hasIng ever fine residence, near the Grant. This hotel ad on our 7th page East; Coast Hotel for Lenms. ..
Indian River hotel. but the plants must be donated, as there new road will be In a straight line with
-!Mr. Maurice Goldsmith, who has I. no appropriation for purchasing them building devoted succeeded the rest of his his life to oar the residence of Capt. J. O. Walton, and Lease and furniture of a good hotel For lease, a 6r t-cla.s hotel on the
been In the employ of Mr. R. W. Rhodes, Benches for the postoRlce park will) be same business.. by sons In the will be the means of opening up some of for sale. See ad. on this page. East Coast of Florida. Newly furnishedand ,

the Eagle Clothing Store, Tit n.vllle, for another item, but must waft until pro- he prettiest building sites at the south Hotel Alcazar: St. Augustine, opens tomorrow modern Improvements. Immediate ,,..
the past seven years, relinquished his sided by the city council or donatbycitizens. end of Tltusvllle-right on a high; bluff, with Mr. Joseph P. Greaves an possession to right party.
position, Monday morning, and left for The salary paid the caretakers Stove Wood for Sale. which commands beautiful view olio- manager. Address, "A. B."

:New York, to purchase stock of goodsfor too small to admit of his supplying the diaD River. Now Is your time to get; a The Pescoclc Inn, Cooonnut Grove ADVOCATE: Otflce, )
requisites for beautifying the parka, and Leave order for stove wood with lut the Tltusvllle Fla.
banks
the new firm of Goldsmith; Hendry, your good building: on of Indian 'la., will open for the winter season on ;
It now devolves on the citizens to assist 8. U. VAIH.AMDJNOIIAM.' liver at n low figure.
who
are about to start In business at Fort the 15th of this month.
Pierce. We wish this firm every successin ilm. Those desiring Improvements In Hotel Lease For Hale.
their new field. the parks should give from their gardens Sailboat 'Vanted.A' .' Drnylnjf. The Florida house, HI. Augustine, has -
one plant, if they cannot spare more. an excellent reputation owing to Its good Hotel lease
and
Empty Sugar and nice Barrels. Mr.the Ranson best will adnotage.-8t.be pleased to AugustineRecord. use themo twenty-five -or thirty foot round Draylng; or hauling;; of all Kinds promptly I AIr.table F.and C. Hay the den.geniality of. the manager, Doing a large business furniture every for winter..ale. y
bottom I attended to. Meets all r.loll. stovewood Good for
sailboat In good condition, reasons selling.Address .
Mr. Hanson was a former prom-
For sale. Address, Inent merchant of Tltusvllle. cheap for cash; also a launch hull. supplied. JUr: Andrew Ho11 niton! proprietor of B. W. L.,
WAI/TIB A. MOORE, Address, ARTHUR MCIIIIICAD, ALFRED IlADLKr, Tltusville. the Hotel !Ht.:! Andrew, New York, who U care ADVOCATE: office.

8 George St., Charleston, S. C. Oranges For Sale. West Palm Beach, Fla. has heath and ill Is said to be Improvng '
Launch For Male. In expects soon to sail for To Our Header. .
lurope.
boxes choice Indian River Photography, Picture Frames"anti -
Launch for Sale at a Bargain. 1,000 oranges The Cabin Launch Dawn 32 feet long Hotel Alcazar
St.
Augustine
-all Bright to Fancy. Prefer to sell on opens For tbe benefit of our readers and ad-
at Minis Fla. )Moulding 1 feet beam draft 20 Inches, drop sash for the season to-morrow (:Saturday) vertl era our representative bait made
trees
grove near
,
30 foot, glass enclosed, naphtha launch windows forward, mahogany finished with Mr. Joseph Greaves, the genitalmanager arrangements to the ADVOCATE
Address W. L. THOMAS place on
Orville. Seven hot beam, six: horse Valdosta, Ga. Portrait, Landscape and Marine I'lioto- brougbout, 7 horse power A loo Vapor for several years past, In com me l at the following. New York hotels:
engine, built by Gas Engine; Power rapbs.; Portraits In an the latest styles. motor, speed nine mile per hoar. In per. mand. He will be assisted by Mr. Asa The Plaza, Savoy, St. Andrew Dakota
,
Co., of Morris Heights, New York, guar Old pictures eopled and enlarged to any f.t order. Used one season on the East 8. Loomis who will have charge; of tbe oyslton, Hoffman house, Waldorf-
anteed to be In Unit-class order, almost IllldUcli Steam Laundry. size and finished In any style desired toast of Florida. Reason for selling, office, as heretofore. During the past Astoria, Netherland Fifth. Avenue
new. For terms, etc., apply to Florida views for sale. Work finished sodden death of owner. For price and three or four weeks if r.. Loomis bas been Kensington, }Murray Hill Ht. Denis,
PETER S Et...oT, Basket will leave once of SoutbernExpress' for amateurs at trade prices, further particulars srply toIIODVaos working like a"TloJlDICtLtlnl: :everything Sarllngton: Marlborough,, Grand, Im-
Or Tltnsvllle, Fla. Co., every Tuesday morning.R. F. M. TATLOR, I lino-men. ilp-shape for the opening. Mr. M. J. >erhal l. Empire Bristol Majestic
A. M. PKLLETT, Daytona Fla. tf W. JOYXBK, Ail'.41 &. e Tltusvllle, Fla. Eau Oallle, Fla. belan will fill the position of cashier 8$. George, Aahland, Victoria. Astor












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night ror nis fturop was very lenueiHe campaign' In '1J1e 'Bbenandoati; valley. TRUTH WINS.

NG luijufivO the! uulue of tils rescue and there were bottle every month or ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING.GUARANTEED

t and learned that! be was known on the ofteuer. iioiiuiK'y wan in mew all. A a Appeal to the Common Sen. of the Pub- .

raft simply as BUI McF"ialey. War to At Opequari :McKinley\ asxuined risponslblllty lie. Meets With Quick. Response.

soldiers at the front Is not alway i a which saved a whole brgnde Read the Verdict..
10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25: YEARS
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matter of fighting, and no tbe utorle /: from ilNnster.:! lie was sent onto A few short, months ago we ..ubmitUto
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of comrades about comrades do nut always bring/ brigade Into a/ position whei the Intelligent public an article callli
cOL10Y do.'' I attention to tbe discovery of an actual WITH NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS.
relate to deeds of "derrlng a division bud moved Dud left a gap I In ,

/ McKinley might have shot a dozer tbe line "n, what route shall 1 motvmy Catari Core. Skeptic there were pleat

I I'I. a oe. Confederates that nlfrbt on CInuley rlt, command?" Bald' the corqmander. owing to the many worthies*preparattoi .
In this ROme
heretofore offered country,
er, and neither be nor his captain nobis "I would move up tills creek." riBpondcd few of which might relieve but oooe The Carder-Campbell Company

comrades would have been tin the young aid \fVKIf'M"Y.! could cure tbl* must distressing dlseaitHNUFFLES .

I. r rT | wl wr. Shooting at tbe enemy wai "I will not budge wltuout'definlte 01. the GUARANTEE. ,

commonplace, but rescuing wounded dens," said the otber. CATARRH CURE, reaches the "ery.eat

captives and showing! kindness\ to ai "Hut general, ibis Is on emergencyand of this dtnauHtlnir disease and removes Shack No. ], Foot of Main Street, -' JACKSONVILLE, FLA

f unknown comrade\ was an Incident! aol I order you by command of Major the cause, affords a gentle yet complete

bVOCATE LI to be forgotten even In tbe hurry of General Crook to move your brigade! up and positive cure. testimonials like -Southern Selling Agents for-
Numerous voluntary
war. this ravine to position on tbe right ot -
Another episode of ?McKlnley career tbe army" The brigade moved accord the I following WM troubles are received with Catarrh dally. In tbo WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and W A REN'S CRESCENT BRAND (,\K \VEL

pr In tbe ranks would have mode Ingly ran Into a lively tight and won I t.o
did not seem
throat physician Felts.
my ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening National I',,::,-
{. him a hero at a regimental campfire the day by being at tbe right place at know what to do for It, and seeing 110

If be bad never beer president. Soldiers tbe right time. Tbat. too. Is the work much In I the papers about"SNUFFLES: ," Works* Structural and Technical Pants

must eat or they can't flgbt and of a soldier t. unite brains wltb fore THE CATARRH CUR, I thought I

If there Is nothing to eat they will get of. bQracter. would try It, and I must say that It has DeRONDE'S "LYTHITE" COLD WATER TAINT.

along on black coffee. And In a sltua It was glory enough for one life to already helped me so much that I feel I ---

I M'KINLEY SOLDIEll.) tlon like tbat of tbe Twenty-third oc have \been with Sheridan at Coda ball be perfectly cured. After using ooe
I felt like a lIew
box of "bNUFFLES"
, the firing line at Antietam coffee I III out Creek but It was McKlnley'a privilege person.-REV.O.W. McCKAKQuincyFli ANNE: BROS.

of tbe question. The enemy will at to be more than a passive agent In I cannot praise"SNUFFLES": too much
CAREER OF THE MARTYRED PRESIDENT "
I I least sheet at tbe fires anJ.ornetlmes bringing victory from disaster. In hi. It Is a wonderful treatment for Catarrl West Adams Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ti IN THE ARMY. at tbe men Sheridan tells of his relief I 1240-1248 ,
charge upon them to get memoirs reception The first box gave- me such as

I around them. Even cold water woe at tbe front when be rode "from WinChester have not had for years and six boxes

1t l ..rvrrt Faithfully In the Bank down to save tbe day." lie cured me, although I still! keep a box on and Wine Merchants
bard to get on tbe front line\ at Antle catch cold. I shall always Liquor
hand In f I
While In Ills Trrno-Promoted to says: "At Mill Creek my escort. tell case may

1 He ......e..t, Lieutenant. Cni>tnl;' tam behind and we were going ahead at i a do my' best to recommend It whey VII .- ,
During the battle McKlnley was ever I can. M. E. BAXTER Malboro
1 svnil lire-ret Major-AI Cedar Creek regular pace when, just as we made tbi .
the
commlsKory sergeant of the brigade am using tbe sixth box of "SNU1 -Oldest. house In city.- -

I i CopTTtght[ ,.1001 by O. U KUm.rj and stollonp/!'at the supply depot; Ordinarily (rest of tbe rise beyond tbe stream FLES" and am surprised at tbe result. '

J1LL1AM M'iINLEY'S a man In that place thinks he I am feeling better than I have for five Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Beers
clean then.
The air are ,
elm 11 has a soft thing of It, smokes bis pipe years. passages
I is and bflad Is as clear 811
no discharge, my
I vacant at and regales himself on Uncle Sam'ssupplies
wan
( medicin SPEAK FOR
bell. This Is the only Catarrh OUR WINES AND LIQUORS THEMSELVES.
I the banquet ol while the troops are fighting./ that did me any /good and I have tried a

I I the Twenty : Sergeant: McKinley knew himself Junt number. J. CALDWELLEIPasoTexat. Elf-Call: or send for Prices.

i r third Ohio regiment bow It wag with the tired hungry and SNUFFLES Is no ordinary remedy, but ---- .--------- --
given In thirsty boys of the Twenty-third that a complete treatment which Is positive;
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Cleveland during awful night nn> he londed up two guaranteed to cure CATARRH in any; FOR $' O.

the Grand army wagons with hot coffee and other form or stage when used according to drectlon 3.2 . .
There no powders, acids.
are
Army encamp- rations to relieve the famishing fight \y or Inhalers, but a simple and pleasant Sent to us by Express postofflce order or New York :Exchange, we will
t iiiout. This dol' ers. He had no men to help In the PREPAID .
1 treatment for men,-women and children. send you by Express, CHARGES ,
not moon Imply : ,,work but tbero were shirks and stragglers I Don't delay but send for It at once IInd

that the Idling around the stores, and be write full particulars as to your condition; FOUR FULL QUARTS

plnoe of Sergeant pressed! them Info the service of their and you will receive special advice f'omtbe

1 or .Cap- country. The regiment lay under flrc,and w\ discoverer of this wonderful remed; Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-Old

til I a or MajorMcKInley tbe way to them led through a zone of without cost beyond the regular price of

bad fire. The team on one wagon was shot 't.. tbe remedy. Calhoun Pure
to address on receipt of$1. Rye WhiskeyWe
to be taken for the.occasion by soave down by'the enemy's rifles, but to a Prepaid any
Address Dept. C 705;;, EDWIN B. Gli.K!::!
one rise, but that a comrade who had plucky boy sergeant that was another & CO.( 2i3U-)2: \ ;) blanket St. Philadelphia.
touched elbows with tbo men all along reason' for !going ahead. lIe got the ? "hip In PLAIN PACKAGES no marks to IndTbate contents (which will avoid 1 all com
-- me nt.1 When get It awl tot It If It 1 III nnt satisfactory return It .t OUR and
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the line from private In the ranks to coffee and other rations Into the bands your '3.20 will be cheerflllly retuntlud Thill Whiskey I.all Food 08 any 1ft.1M!goodliin Lem ."
etatr and Geld officer was among the of the men and was cheered more GENERAL DIRECTORY. 'We are cloll' ..t hand and can give :rOll QUICKER ELI\'EUY than. distant bou.es.'s has
linen Intuit hu.lne.o In thlll city sat the same stand for over JII YEARS and CO our RES
absent on a' festive occasion. Tin lustily than If he had stormed a bat I'ONSIHlUTY AM> REPUTATION for honest dealing. we reler you to any merchant here or to
'Twenty-'thlrd veternns bad anticipated tery. It Isn't necessary to credit a,soldier the editor of this paper. .
and a1 talk old times tl'O"nttI\ > U, B. LAND OFFICE. SOLOMON & LEVI,
ImiulHhnke and ,
a over with "twoHcore {" >
n. S. Cliubb...... .....................Retclatei.
with\ "Mack. The balls of coDgr<>HH, as do Rome of McKlnloy's biographers WILLIAM fcTKINlKT nt 1861. W.O.It..htn.on.... .. ... .... Receiver 928 & 1930 First Avenue,

the g'overuor'b'chamber: the executive to show tbo rlffbt stuff !In him. lie can Compsny S, Twfnty-tbird Ohio volunteer. *.] unices at Oalnewvllle Florlda. P. O., Box No. 33. BIRMINGHAM, ALA.

monslon, could not take away anything show It In one battle and McKinley: there burst upon' our-view the appalling U. S. SENATORS. F_

cbnTiieterlstie of the "old boy" of the did It In more than one. lie was not apolltlcloo's stricken J. V.Tallnferro...... .......... .. .Jaokminvlllt NOTICES-pay Express Charges to all points reached. by "SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY .
and bivouac add spectacle of a panic army- S. It. Mullnry....... ..... ......:.",..I'en.acola.) ," but to [points' on line of other Express Companies, we prepay only to points where
Cain ) or a veneer months be served
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pet. hundreds of slightly wounded men. Southern l:xi>rui H I oinpany transfers to laid other Express: Company.

I which other old boyi could not penetrate ax second )lieutenant and n year and a throngs of others unhurt but utterly U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.

for the hour of the caupllre re half'as Ont lieutenant. Then be was Roh.rtW., Davis....... ........ .... ....J'RlatkR.S.)1.8J1ar..w..n. .
demoralized and baggage/ / wagons by ..... ............. .... ..TaniIa|
union
made captain nt tbe age of twenty-one, the score, all pressing to tbe rear In CH.: .sw Bzvr C cSc OO.<; ,
The Grand Army button la a great three years after his enlistment. While confusion. I said nothing except FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
hopeless
leveler of rank With that la bps but. holding the rank lieutenant\ McKinley : to remark to thoon, the road 'If E..N.It.nirnlrk Itauleraun, Palm, Fort Hunch Flerce.Representative....., . .........SenatorK. .. alt IUD tv. nay St., JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.

tonhole, President William McKlnley commnn'led his company. Afterward 1 bad been with you thin morning this

Wouldn't wish to be and wouldn't assume be became a staff ollloer, with disaster would not have happened. We EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

to bo anything more than tbo splendid opportunities for cheap distinction face the other We will go Win. B..tennlnic..................... Dovmnor .
mum
way.
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"IMll" or "SlacU": of his teens. forty If be burned for It or for back and recover our camp.' At New. :Jno.IameaIt.L Crawford: Wliltttrld, ,:::.. ...,:.Secretary. .Treasurer: | FULL FuLtl.I .

years ago, when be enlisted to follow faithful work under flre. town I was obliged to make a circuitto Wm. II Lamar......... Atmrn.eytieneraiv. a .
..... ....Supt.Puillo InntructlonB .
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the flag among 1.0IX other.boys of apparently McKluley's commission as captain the left to get around the village. I E. McLtn ... ... ..Coinuiliwlimer Agriculture,. T & I
the same destiny In the ranksof I was given him by his superior officer could not pass. through |It tbe streets AlnnzoC. Crontii...... ............ColO'l'OlIor..J.CIIITord a r
R. ...... ....AiljiitantOenuralJohn :
Fmter EXPRESS
the Twenty-third Ohio volunteers.But for a deed of gallantry at Winchester.The were so crowded: but meeting Major HralforU. . .. ....... ....till ne,..r-U"er..l. I IR. EXPRESS
the boy wasn't at the bnnquet In corps had been defeated! In battleand McKinley of General Crook's staff be .E. Ro.e. ....... .r.. State Chemist PREPAID PREPAID
Tallahestee ....
person, so his comrades were more wns cutting Its way out when It spread tbe news of my return throughthe OHlces at Flo' '

r. tbau ever given to reminiscences of the was discovered that the Thirteenth motley throng there." McKinley SUPREME COURT JUDGES io

1 days of 18(11 In which the absent one West Virginia regiment bad not fallen In position ]1(. JJ. Mtbry................ ....Chief Justice, AIIA2Os
had Just placed a battery F.n.C..rter.. ......... ... ....A. och.teJUI.tloe.
I\ held the hero's place And It waan'tnecessary bnck and wns In danger of capture. "faring the other way" when Sheridan: S.F. T.ylor............. ... .... >. "
to embellish the record at nil Lieutenant McKinley was ordered to go dashed up to form for tbe charge. '

In order to bring the president Into the lout alone and If the regiment bad not ( L. Itt.uan.White's : RAILROAD COMMISSIONERSn.E.Day it''m': Qts
iKOROE: !"1I..lrm.n........ .... ...Gainesville E IJG
i history of those times. "Private William I been captured wnrn It and pilot It back .J.J..llturIDn.. ,.. ... .. .. ,.* ..............Jnsner. ,
McKlnley" served In the rooks of daring ride. ;. M. .. . .. . '. ... .KissInane.' ,
to the \lino. It was a
I the
Cream Vermifuge remove John t'"lJ'e'.i: ;Jr.: clerk: :: : : Aroanla I Doz. $50
I Company E fourteen months a term Shells wero exploding/ over the whole unhellthy'tl upon which worms Heao'iuarten and,ollloen at Tallaltassse, .'Ia.CIRCt.'lT '

long enough lu the experience of a field and In some places cloud. of thrive; It brings, and quickly, a healthy COURT. Ci

regiment In the field to Stamp a boy asa smoke obscured the way. Ills 'commander condition of body where worm. cannot Minor 8. Jones, Tltnsvllle.......,Circuit Judge DELIVERED rot t I If tS

soldier. When the boy had become and comrades watched anx exist. Price 25 cents. Wilson & Son. J. 1' Henu"!! Orlamlo......rnmeotillnit Attorney.
of Ohio bo recalled that phase deliveredbis l'I"rlnf.rm-FI..t' Monday In April. !
Governor bushy for his fate.. But he Fall r..rlD-Flrat Moadity November.HREVARD $12Cl9 i'
of bis life In the following language: orders and came back untouched. Krrora In. HondmaklBK. $9Q9

"I always look back 'with pleasure with the regiment following.( Again The tendency of lust runduiaker I Into COViA IT Ct.iRT.A I

those months which I dig up the whole right of way because .D.yenney..... ..... ,... .......County Judge
upon fourteen the battlefield tbls
bo was cheered on . . FroMauttng Attorney, Agents for the I'abst Brewing Co.
served la the ranks. They taught mea time by a whole brigade of soldiers.Six It belongs to tbe township going A. A O8:7.: :: .:. : ... ... .. County Clerk,
from hedge to hedge, plowing and Spring' Term-Beconil Monday. In May. -- --- --
I great deal. I was but a schoolboy weeks later to a night attack bis Bummer Term-Seonnd' Monilay In .
when I went Into the army and that horse was shot under him while with scraping/ and disturbing the settled Fan Term-Second Monday lnKov, August PABLO SEAYLIVERY.Turnouts
first year was a formative period In General Hayes forming tbe Hue for condition of the soil thus losing annually Winter Term-.Second jVIouila In February. BY THE .

my life, during which I learned much ha""'. Thin was all during Rlwrldan's ,vast quantities of valuable material COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

of men and atral,.. I have always for road construction, which E. Minis, Superintendent.......Honaenttire, of all descriptions a iINI SADDLE HORSES
constantly washed out eventual. Meuiheni J. M. Dlxon..ch.t..nan.Tltupvillei I {
been glad that I entered the service asa El being Cocoa C. 1*. .flatts' .
R. N.Andrews, ; 01'rl"rce. '
private and served those months ID plasanl! DreamS"Cries ly brings the road to a lower level tbaa : BAGGAGE Transfer,

that capacity." tbe surrounding lands making. It t COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. .

, I The flrit of service of the Twen. the young maid to her mother aahe canal Instead of a roadway and forcIng J. R. Walker chairman Tltuivllle; John R. TRAPS, HAITLIK, Etc.
;year Mint Indlnnolnt R. A.CnnkUnir, Tlllman;John
ty-third was passed In West Virginia retires to rest The mother smiles, all water from tbe surrounding Jonee, Wo,1 "Y I J. FnnkBell, White City. i
In wild and rough campaigning eklrnilshlog. but siglia. She knows that the pains lands Into the canal and on to the road ileRtilarseMlonsare held l ant.Monday In each SURREYS, -L p I Wm. WILKINSON,
that rack her will not stop for darkness, nouto.
scouting and foraging, a COUNTY OFFICERS LAUDAUS ,
and that if me B RE YARD i Proprietor.
handful handful of the Ilerblno sweetens the breath brightens Titnsvllle'.Cmmty' Judge, ,
meeting a enemy her dreams D.
I, sleeps the eyes and clears the complexion) ] without t.r E. Andrewv.Tltnavllle:: i.; : :. Pros Att y.I. VICTORIAS Pablo rfeaeh Fla.
sometimes whipping anti sometime will only be echoes the slightest ill\ effects whatever, andInauros A.StewartTINUn111e.... ......County Cler ,
getting whipped. Jt was a good of the suffering J. F.Wooten. c..T." AuMBBor.C. .
of the day. the natural bloom of health... U. W. Hall Tltusrllle,....... .....Tax Collector. ---- 0.--
school for the hard times to come. 1 R. Wilson & Son. Price CO cents. ''F. H. BoyeTltusvllle,... ..... .. ......'hea"'r.R. .
Here'' l Is one of the Grand ''Army stories Why not deep F K. Mlms, Itonaventure.... Su|>t.Iub. Innt. ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.
cf those times which reach further soundly and rise HO>T\\ nlailer I>re..e.l t'p.Whlatlcr. J. O. Fries, Tliu.vtlle.County Surveyor.I. .
refreshed at morn .I. P. Brown,Tl6navtlle.Sheriff.
than the rank of the Twenty-third pith strength on one of his visits to Sir T.J.Cockshutt LaGrange..Registration ORlcer, -' /
ing. rand "" .
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Alma Tiidonm. "hocked Mi famous
Ohio: Among tbe Federal soldiers captured courage for / TrrUSVILLK TOWN COUNCIL.A. 1.GYLll4N.14fid.
brother urtlnt. On the night of his arrival f
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at Onuley Bridge la 1S01 was the day's duties .D. Fennejr mayor))(. S. Jones,jr inarsbal
Private Merrlum of the SeventeenthOhio. Weak, nervous WhlMtler'a.hont announced that he .nil tax collector. : ('. a. Hchuvler, clerk anilreaiiurer .
Intended to give a brenkfiiHt next morn- John Henry, tax aiueiiiMtr; D. L.laiililen .
lie_ was detained In camp In women sufferers lug. "There will\ he a nnmb of ladles ( F. A. Loaley, J.M.DUon.U. F.Uu..n..Jnn. vr7
weeks the from "ccache.beadn..down\ , R. Walker, ,councilmen The councllmeets
and
West Virginia some
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)\rt'IIf'III.'hh.tl. ,, he ,"111. "nnd I want each month.
.', ftr.t Tuesday
Confederate surgeons amputated his you to ...nl'Olll"8l'lt\ together and look
pains, and other TTTU8VILLE BOARD OF TRADE.O.1W.Rohhtnepresident .
arm. At that time Major Rutherford e onr h..t.11 .
ail-
womanly ......
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jJ.itt.Dixon.
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\ sold Whistler.
B. Hayes commanded tbe battalion In meet have founds e' rluh.t. "....?..J.H.II..t..c..tary.18I'tlII8CORfI Wedleiulay .
which McKinley: served and hovered perfect cure in The next morning Wlilntlor'i voice was night In each month at their room.
heard rlnttlnn tbroiyh the magnificent
near tbo prison ramp on the oppositeside Dr. Pierce's Favorite FREE!: AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
bnllH of the Tadvmu uinimloni: "Tademn.Tndemn .
of the Oauley till a chance offeredto Prescrip I'wRnt yon Tadema!" Indian River rxvlire, No. no, holds' Its meetingshe
steal across. and rescue the woundedprisoners. tion. It heals the ; second and fourth Friday evening or each
Thinking of nothing less thnn fire, Sir
womanly diseases mo..th. at their 'lodge room, near court nouns,
which cause the Alniu mulled to the room ol his guest."Kor .t T-J" o'clock vm.. Oeo.W. Snoble, W. M.i,
.\ crossing wns finally made! one dark pains and nervousness. It makes weak heaven's aake Whistler what's ..'. A.Morgan. Suo'y.ORDER ,

night by menus of a raft of logs bound women strong and sick women well. li the matter? You've waked every one In Or EASTERN STAR.

together with grapevines. On this ..I deem It my duty to heartfelt the holme. What Is It?" Friendship Chapter,No. 11, holds Its meetingsn
floating bridge the men of the Twenty rratitutle for hsvlnff been .nm'n: *, tinder "Oh, don't. get so excited, Tademn. the Miwonlo Lodge: room Tltimvllle, on the
Providence. of rwlarlnir me to hedlh.swrite. .drawled \\'bl.Uer. "I only wanted to rst Tuesilay In each month atSdslo'clovk p.lu.iail
''I third! braved tbe swift current of the Mr*. H. 11. Munn, of prlnnhill l Leon Co- Fla. know where scissors : the third month at Turn 7IIY.G ilIw4Zt'rri
to
sufTvrctl aura femaleveakneM you keep the rolTowlnll.re the officers. of Olp AM ,
river and poling It close to shore madea U For nearly I two year I clock p. m. The
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*u I could not maud on my fertMnylength trim the fringe of cnffs with; thought the lodge: III... C. 8.Ucluiyler, worthy.matron;
rush for the! prison !tllnr"' McKinley: of time; caulit scarcely, walk at all. ron wanted mo to pull myself together U... W. K. Wilson. worthy natron; ill... F. S. .. .
was one of the Urwt ashore, and rushing Appetite w.. much impaired; r had. hearlntf- tor the ladles.Ladles' Home Journal. ( halTee, aa.n.late matron Anima: ]Air. F A. Morn:
down sensations rent expreita how Ili.i r ai-urer| Miss Aleph ""
to the camp be said to the brat man leel Hail: tried Mreral kioda of m'tl rn :leo.M.RobhiuarooduCttriaMrs: : ,: ; H. R.! WIIin -
tumbled : "(Jet Johnny I We which did me little or no go+.t. At Inut d.ldl'drr..rn o idle. associate roildnrt.ess, Mr...J. H Hcrersn..dab . W. M
upon up. to; Pierce a Favorite I had To lh l' 1M.... John R. Walker.' Ruth; !Mrs. F. A.
want you." lie was not talking to a not all of two bottles rl.I; I it waaxnrtithix lorgan., r>ther; Mrs.0..... W Hcoble, Martha; R ,
"Johnny" as he supposed\ but to the me, so I continued to take It until I Allow me to say It few word !In praise 1'1.... T. T. Wetmore Marshal; Mrs. W M !Y ,
iud taken' even bottles, when I felt entirety Chamberlain's. Cough Remedy. I had Woodward, Electa.
one armed Ohio boy Merrtam.Merriuui cured. I>I.i not feet a touch of my old com
plaint. It hat been over a year .1.... I took very severe cough/ and cold and feared J
got up. and McKinley: supported ]pour medlelne. and I can truthnilly any thatmy 1 l[ would get pneumonia, but after taking -Secure your reservations over the
him back to the river where he health haa been better for.,,the.:Itun. year than he: second dose of this medicine I felt lyde: Line at the ADVOCATE office, Tl- _

'placed him on tbe raft aud after the A*had You' been may for p..b four!>."yeara thla a.a teaumoniat.aDr. ottor, throe bottles of It cured my cold asviile.pWe. e

others tint been gathered In took Pierce' Common Sense Medical mil the pains In'101 chest disappeared' Fine? Job
charge of him until he was In the \dviter! in paper coven, i* sent frtt on intlrely. I am most respectfully your would esteem the favor If our Work Quickly ExecutedAT
for S. 01 Thirty aaden, when writing/ or calling; upon
'hands of tbe friendly! surgeons. Mer. receipt of at ol1ecentaUll'* to pay health Ralph Meyers
Ham was very grateful for tbe care hxpenM: of mailing oily.' Address Dr. lerenth St., Wheeling. Va. For sale our advertisers to purchase merchandise
Tierce Buffalo N. V> all and medicine dealers. eto., would mention the ADVOCATE. THE ADVOCATE
&jrcg ,bin, In the confusion. of that GU V. : bl druggists OFFICE.



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Professional Cards. OYSTER SHELL ROADS. The SBufy HARDINESS OF- FRUITS.How \ \ thhhas I

CANCER ----- :
Method of Conatrnctlnsr These Bea>.- of Sam of tbe Vulnitbt Frail -:n',o..1.. ..:,a.'CJjlhrnZ' .

/-"BO. M. ROBBINS, tits \VhU. IllBbTvay llvh*,.. ..t \'*rlo.. AIIKn.lr.. vuh Eureka H.1 FFFaaaaaa'JJJAAA

Sufferers from this horrible malady The fame of the white shell road of The> Idciilv y of treating varietiesof flea OII, It r.. I )
necessarily .
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR nearly always inherit it-not i lib damp, ,/ }
from the parents, but may be from some south Jersey has recently attracted What suffering frequently results fruits for hardiness Is considered" uy i fl k.ep.Ia lrnin.r .. /' '<"
.
oft .nd pll. 'JV
AT-LAW. for Cancer often runt widespread attention to the possibilities or more lledrlck of Michigan lu ?
remote ancestor ; from a mother' ignorancet Professor all.1 Stnche. a,(
Will practice In State and United States through several This deadly 'of oyster shells In this direction. The frequently from a mother' toproperly American Gardening. It Is to grow do not break i: \ r', \ I
dormant in the blood for should hare No ifac cur. \ ( \
lay wonder Is cot that they \ )
poison I
Court. may then instruct her daughter them at varying altitudes on a mountain to ch.f. \ '
years,or until you reach middle life become BO deservedly popular, but that "woman must suffer and cut. 1h. \ I .
Office at TITUSVILI.K, FLA. the first little sore or ulcer makes its appearance they should have only recently come Tradition and says women. are no taught. sKlo. lIe says: Under such a barn,. not ", "' \ '\ tla6ma , \
,
young \
in the only keep
-or a swollen gland Into general use in this connection, There is a little truth and a great deal condition other factors all differencesla hie

GAULDEN, breast or some other part of the body, where oyster shell have long been so of exaggeration In this. If a young soil exposure, prevailing\ winds nUll new, but I

D.L. gives the first warning.To thoroughly. and perD18o'aently plentiful that great quantities have woman suffers severely she needs treat amount of sunshine null darkness, are as wear long twlr by. th* / t te. II i''i'

ATTORXET-AT-LAW, cure all Cancer the poisonous virus must be been wasted In past years says the ment, and her mother should see that ut'IH'lylImluntl>tJ. Then too, the be Ham...ol Eureka.,Oil SJ

Will pr.otloelna.H the Court of the 8tate eliminated from the blood-every vestagf Philadelphia Press.It she gets it. havlor of tin trees uiay be more iulckly -
ot Florida, and the United State Courts.i. mother best tate> to take their accurately
Many and
and oftt'U more
yf it driven out. This S. S. S. does was not until the oyster Industry more J\
for examination -
u BOX,238. TrruavnxB FLA.Money .. to a physician
: : reach&epr daughters from altitude to altitude
IS the only medicine that can recently became famous at Biieua Vista mother need hesitate to Doted In going I
t6 Loan 18F. seated obstinate blood troubles like this to : but no 011 a mountain than, when one Is Sold V '
Toads began
that the firm shell write freely about her daughter or .very.r her. !
.. When all the poison has been forced and out the stretch out their smooth white lengthsTEN herself to .tr.. llnkham's Laboratoryat required to change his latitude or make In cans.- \ A \

J. WEBB, of the system the Cancer heals, Lynn, Mass, and secure! from a hU observations from season to aeit- Mad 11iliri.bySUrtd.rd \ \ I .
returns.
disease never advice without \
efficient
a
the most
often in a small way as th woman son. Oil
A TTORNEY.A T-LA W Cancer begins -A
charge. A recent letter from a prominent
following letter from Mrs. Shirer shows; companySome :
Will practice In the Courts of the 7th Aam.tlplmplenmeenmy awaMutnIntl horticulturist of Salt Lake City Utah .
'I
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonrcsldentsand below otbthel.rt8ideof; lip gives some valuable hints as to the tl
me.no pain or ineonven- ..hrt u, ,tar of our down-river readers have
-
rent and accounts collected. hardiness of varieties of certain
relative
should hav
and I
eta the fact that this office Is fully 4
TITUSTILLK FKOBIDA. : . It r fruits and at the same time well forgotten;
noteguntoinaameaod equipped to do all kinds. of Job printing.
above.
stated
, Itch I It would bleed a t Illustrates the proposition Advertising And job printing helps us to .
little then.,.b flier but The significant part of the letter I I. a* worthy of the East \
; D. PENNEY, would not beal. Thiseontlnuedforpmetim. publish a newspaper
., 1 H follows: Coast, and all wo want la a hare of It. ,
! when my jaw began to> ylISi "I have been up In the heart of the -
\ ATTORNEr-AT-LAW swell, becoming very .. !d'' u1Wl
painful. TbCancerbe- 5* la' Rock lei and there learned a few thing

! FLORID. I fan, to eat and eprrntaitwnularge about the fruit that will grow In an
TITUSVILLE, aa a
I
DISEASES li
I half dollar.whn f heard extra cold climate. At an elevation of KIDNEY

I rI Will practice in all the courts of the 7th of 8,S. 8. and determtn* ( 6,000 feet In this latitude I found that
'
It fair trial
ed to give a 1
Judicial Circuit. and it was remarkable 'I but four varieties of apples) could begrown r rare .

what fromth.verybegteeingttbeaorebegaabealandRertakinga wonderful effect 1 4 y nMrd. though many have been tried the most fatal of all disc ;
bad r
It
few bottle disappearentirely. -. These are Pewaukee, Duchess of
MORGAN &JONES, Tbiawa,twoye.raairo t thete arealata Oldenburgb and two crabs, which 1 tases.FOLEY'S.
I algn *>f the Cancer, and my general beaUI ; 3 4.4 i
I ceetima sMaL R.Sanasa.La P\at.,1..... think are, 'YhItDe-y,anll ,.Minnesota! KIDNEY CURE ISJ
Ij j REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE, II the greatest of .u BAL" oW OorTdN.Ira 'August'' Vfalzgraf! of sOutli "The Yellow Transparent I* hardy !

Loans Notary Public. I blood purifiers and dI. M' ",,kl...ibur( county, M. C.. Man rotd wtimproiwd whose,Win., mother'here of the publish young, war lady" COO feet! lower down, but I* Invariably Suarantiid,,, , Rioidfor J
S only one guaranteed portrait we - -- "" '
S two bale of cotton.. .wan a load.. No killed back at the O.OOO feet level : !
Collections, Typewriting, Stenograph 1 purely vegetable. Send ten an badeL1through' In January, law saying her daught Contain
another 300 feet refunded.
fot.our .tree..book-o. had suffered for iw" yearn with lireular ', When you go down money
TITUSVILLE, > FLA.' Greenwich and the aurl'Ouod- headache aU and Tetofsky can be
Cancer;containing valuable and intereiing menstruations-'! the Wealthy remedies'' recognized:' by i eminent
information about this disease; aDd Lag district, down to IJayiSlde. and .uP _>.. time. ; '&040 pain, In her side, feet found thriving, and still a little lower far

A. WORLEr, writ a our 1I.bqtt'onrcaw.: and outtoiKoadstown.I . Brtdgeton. and swell
GEO. Vtalce no charge for medical, advice.TMI Balem.Driving. promptly with .which come the Winter Pearmaln and Kidney and Bladder troubles.
twin speCifIC co. aTtaartA. 8A. cycling and automoblllo advice and under date of March 1800. .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. then the usual run of hardy apptau
that Lydia E.I PRICK 50e a.*$ .00.
writes again
General practice In State sod Federal tourist who return from their outing the mother ,,' "Aa,, an example of the distinctnessof
sae Queer ....... Pinkham' Vegetable Compound our II. It.VLSO,, eSt !SUN
Courts' All business! entrusted will on tlw'Jersey' pike this summer aN these, belt \ should say that Ifa
all .ndlrregu.
of Into* pains
What la "a reasonable state her daughter,.of .
.
enthusiastic In their praise .
receive attention. unusually of amble broad w.l'II
prompt one-fourth (
cation" apparently just missed preclidednltlon laxity trip WANTKU: -"H vral l Ptrnonn or\ ollate and
General Counsel for the Tuttle Estal roronev'e Jury In ,MIaitppl "" of these shell road. Nothing In the world equals Lydia'iPlnkham'a laid out through tbe city of Ilcber tl. rood tmmuttlon In muih Hut(tone in this county .-
by.a of constructing the" medicine for rellD' the south aid. '.'tU re") ao r".reaona| anil adTortlM olde.ahiiniiad -
Miami. Tbeprocna live
: 'great Wealthy would on ....
wblrb stated la )t... verdict the ., wealthy Ituilmiis. I. . irf solid fliiaitolal -
MIAMI. d FLORIDA. deceased came: roads Is of special Interest because of latin .woman'* peculiar month of said belt but would frevstf on tl. itandlnR. Halanr ale weekly,with eiipciiM
"we. the Jury find that There I* ,no odigging additional',all payable In oanlicatih WftdiiMitlayillraot
expense troubles.
Its simplicity. aide the soil,'of court
(north) ...
to his death by a stroke of an .nllt and IQrst 10 upper from bead..aa.d It" .nd mrrlaRa fur-
ANDREWS, Rsllroai out tbe roadbed tilling being the same.' nl"had, when nvvemiary. Kefftranrtta.. knotuMMlf
JAMES bound train. No :21N.on.LC, with large stone and then with A "As for the Kleffer. which I. aitdrmiMnl. atan ixiil envelop, Maaaimr SIB
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. at FentresH. Minn.; In Cb.x.taw count; pear Caxtuu llullillnc ciio"i>. aiklno
In the coitructlon -
reasonable state of Into' smoother top dressing a. WANDERING FREIGHT CARS. aid to be hardy I* of no account bt'h"
Main office and postoMce address, TITO be elng In of a macadamized road. The The Flemish ltesuty,will grow a* bl/lll -Job Printing all hinds executed
Icatlon." unloaded from the T..7' Are n0wi.4v4 Up t.r .1.. at the ADVOOATM office. Bond order.
VILLB. Branch office at FORT PIERCK Indettnltenes olegal faella are simply How up a* will the Wealthy apput. I bnll :your

Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co: A somewhfit similar verdict! of a boat and are then carted out along tbe ,Car ,rleee.ntast.The reason to believe that Clapp'. Favor. '

Notary Public State at Large. neighboring conclusion Ueorglii: users: jury a to lip t.rrt'ct roads until a' hollow I.I found or an1 car accountant l Is In s the typical railroad 1 In. I. hardy at high, altitude also, but ito BANNER SALVE_ ,
development
tbe of
that "we. the jury Bud tbe dttt'udllntaIQloslllullty. pot unceremoniously that needs repairing dumped and and left are wltl- stance business In the early days lie did timint. the maximum elevation 1 am nure. < th*>mosjt ti..llns|.a'weln tho wor..... I

TEPUEN E. FOSTER ." The superintendent ws *uppo .' .
of pounding or BuiootlIng RAPID) CALfcKR Is what every
S THE
uncertain and amblguouas out any process to know In a If.nerlllvo, what wan 100- "There are several excellent pluu ,
Kqually as
I off builder needs. For
and leveled by and boat
until broken ; .. yacthsraan
up mountain
Tbe In the
Ute the compnny's cars. that well up
I I. done with grow
A TTOHNEY-A T.LA W, these statements by laymen the passing carriage and farm ,was- Inc throui atMorollo sale, by Ja*. Prltohard & Bon, Tltus-
railroads to carry Montmorvney
Richmond
calle custom was for Early
Maryland
opinion In all early yule\ Fla. Price '4 and $8 each.
Sims Building, "acknowledges the corn" by say. DOS. freight as far as the end of their O1\'n cherries seem to be quite a.
which In constructing a shell road from tbe Hoes In tbelr own cur*. Then It Will the Osthelin, of which Iq
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Ing that an occurrence! referred to took hardy a* The Ifullnn Itlver heal Estate:
beginning load after load of the ovate transferred to the pars of the 101't'1IaIInl Bald..
place! "al a former alttlng when the Lao the next I to much Is Hn for auto
shells are dumped In an Irregular !', and so aatilsted on stse Agency
GEORGE W. ALLEN, court wa full. all along tbe center of the roadway; Its destination. Ho much time, howev Ciole.Appl.s.In : .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW then with a road scraper a bank ot was lost )10 milking the transfers that tbe this section uo one of'the newer Unimproved lands from 12.00 to t2&.OO I

wounds either 00 earth I.I thrown up along the edge to needs of shippers forced upon the roll- better than the 1IclntosbIted. per sore
For all fresh cuts or apple does
KEY WEST, FLORIDA, Tbl rood.. a departure which has now b..cometb..lr 10 acre orange grove, near Tltus ylile.
the human subject or on animals. Ba keep the shells from scattering. The tree I II rather spreadln .
Railroads p..rmlt HH) ()
Will In the United States. general custom. some trees bearing ( .( .
practice lard's Snow Liniment 1 II excellent; whl leaves a narrow smooth apace over tbt'lr wooded and bear heavy crol
to through to tough Tltusvllln
( all loaded curs go 5 acre orange grove near ,
and State Courts. 9jun
for corn-buskers' sprained wrists, barbed which the scraper baa passed along tbe leatlnutlon: without transfer and nllow at an early age. When the tree I III tull with 10 acres of land, some bearing. ;
wire outs and sores on working horses, I It edge of the bank of shells and as thlhi one another a certain sum for the nit of fruit It I I. tbe handsomest in tbe 1'100.00.'

T O. FRIES, C. E. cannot be too highly R.commended.Wilson & Son./Priori used for driving a* long as tbe the cars. This results lu IIcaltf'rlngtbe orchard and, what I I. better, the fruit Orange grove and pineapple farm, at

25 and 60 cents. B. weather Is dry It would seem tbat the cars of the different roads over eveilection Is the highest flavored most Juicy antender MIooo, oOOgood bearing trees, with 1 son

COUNTY SURVEYOR. Imnk of sharp shell would never be of track In the country. 'It pro- that I cnn ODd for l>eCemberan.l lied for pines, good dwelling, $l,0 and sub-divide Only a Woman. Wlle. extraordinary prnrcHHlonsiiiiny <01 and hammock land for
Land legally surveyed driven Into smooth white firmness lit duets the : seedling : 80 acres of pine
In
It a fJI
Mapping neatly done. Estimates tor lip was a very sire young men and tbp until there I III a heavy storm ail colorril.. traveler from distant laOlltt January. > oranges: and pines on It. It. south of
walt r"
all kinds of engineering; works. Diputed girl..:well, she w'as. like must girls I' side becomes I a that delight the eyes: of yomigxtcru at 1\ Snow or ramptmp and line the pill Sebastian: River, 800.00
lines a specialty. "How do you pionnunce'K-I-s-m-e-ty" the smooth\ road at tbe railroad croiwlng. while flesh'\ of the pnrvnt. Tho colornearly I. House and 4'J: acres of land beautiful

TmraviLMc Brevard Co., FLORIDA/ he naked. "I' mass of heavy mud and laud; then the In theory the cars nrp permitted! to nbroniili red hushed heavily over a bright river front 2 miles of Eau Oallie.{ *o<0.
"Oh! In thin. Instance the 't' In nc rough shell bank Is l gladly mounted. : over foreign rood to their ,I""tl. 7 room cottage, 10 acres of land, slyer

soundod." be replied. Mid, although/ It Is decidedly rough at intlnn on the condition thnt on t heir nninl front at Georgian, f 700.

N S. BURNIIAM, M. D. "'-bl'lI thut would be 'KImeahp. Drat, the heavy! country driving and they shall be unloaded promptly oritarted Apply at once to .

murmured. carting of farming produce soon cruel! on the return home. In practlihe .. P. 1. GAUL IINp: Manager.
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, And he did although. he was a ah;" the shell and force them Into tbe : freight( agent( U apt to use the car8 ., Fla.Foley's .

young man-I-onilou Answer" rain soaked soil beneath. A second or hat are mom bandy rogardleiis of tlll'lr -"- -A
Ear, Nose and Throat. )lIl1n"olloll"wonld :
III
OWIII'I'Nhlp.n parrot
Many people are suffering fearfully froindlgestion I third: banking of tbe shells seatterln,. hardly think twice before filling Ul' Honey and Tar
WEST PALM BBACH: FLORIDA. when them farther over the side of tbe roadbed
or dyspepsia one singl : .
I .i Maine Central freight car ,wit II a cmilgnnient heals lungs brad.tops the cotfplta'l
_ _n bottle of Ilerblne would bring about I a each time, with this process re- for Manitoba. The agent e t l
and A few dose' roadbed tbat I.I .ban
prompt permanent oure. pealed forms I Manitoba would not suffer a pang of t'lIn- '
vlll\ do more for a weak stomach than I a I ind firm to the depth of a toot or won" iclence when he found himself Muffin ".

Virginia Homes rolonged course of any other medicine md beautifully smooth and white tbe same Maine car with a cargo of till .
Price 60 cents. B, It. Wilson & Son.Husband tiles for Waco. Tex. Thus are begun tli.

Oil For O.. r Roads. wanderings of a car to which. If it wei Alwyn. rewh.
"- n....... aa4 WII.. For several year oil baa been used In not for the car accountant find his men Always the Beet.fERRY'S".
You learn all about Virginia Lands, and wire, are equal;; the, on.. southern California to lay the duel rnnda.. thorp would louiet linen be no end y

Its resources, product, mode of oul not Inferior to the other; the wife not i a fo the streets tn summer and on the.. It In. by no means easy to bring tlirandercrs .. :
tlvatlon, prices, etc.. by reading the slave; not a housekeeper an equals : oil bas hllmrl. \Vhcu the Maine Ct'n.trol'l M'IMTOHB .PLUo,
Virginia Farmer. Send lucts. companion. And just so far a* a ytmiii made. In the country. There car Accountant learn from bill ri.
for a months subscription! to tbe nan starts out with that Wig filed: Hrmlj ong'ago' ceased to, be ao expertroenis t sorts that his ear Is being unduly Itll'kt'dllbout yellow." For a list of early apple gift )

Farmer Co., Emporla, Va. In his mind-to make. a companion. n comode a dust layer and the people say I ItIs on foreign roads, hi. first news I I III me President for 'October PHncvsi. ,

a chunk of his wife Jutt so tar do*.. a splendid roadmaker; ,When .th' hat It bins punt two weeks In the yard.. Louise for November and &lcloto.1Ilied d
YOU'' WALTON right.-Ladles'' Home Jour- tbe dust covered streett tot. for December and January. '
IIAVE SEEN TUE le start suit 011 first touched st Minneapolis. A tracer Is at once -aM ..w ..; .
Rapid Calker If not call at the stop. isl. spread out among ..the Uoy atom rarded to the transportatlon.departmen A friend called my attention last yea: 'M. Yard. Annual foe. It,

of Jas. Prltohard & Sop, Titusvlllc. pretty much as does a drop of oil pre 01 the railroad which I I. believed to beholding to a new apple called the Htuarf Gold /anssrass.Itnatailaa. I

It i II an article that should be In th Women as Well as Men Ipltatcd to tbe surface of water In a the car. By tM time the car i I.on I. en. It I I. a medium sited apple about ., I

possession ofevery boatbuilder and tucket. When a quantity of oil 'bat its 'way to Manitoba. A tracer folws like JrlmV Golden !but In color more 11

yachtsman. Read the testimonial Are Made Miserable by been spread and tbe surface- the > It there but with the lmllur resul resembling Princes Louise it I Ie good '1DYS'PEPTICIDE
from first-class boatbullders. of finding that the car has been din-
Kidney Trouble.Kidney .treet I I. covered the oil gravitate. etched for the outhwext. A letter to eating all winter and keeps until )101., I

down through tbe duct and dirt and the company operation the line out 01 with. no tendency to rot. In this re 'li

olldlfle or cakes the entire surface olhe 'Vacbrlll1l8 an answer to the effect that poet It I I. one of the most remarkable Th. prwitUat aid! to DIGESTION.

trouble prey upon the mind dls- street. The IUD dries out and hsrd' It t: I III crippled and ba* "been run Into th apple that I know: It I I. tender and Com,1

A Sample copy of one of the best fare enrages and lessens ambition; beauty vigor !ns the surface and a splendid road abops for repairs or that It has been load eatable fa November and very Juicy The Largest and Most

free It will send e.--. o.I and cheerfulness soon I. tbe result, almost as hard a* asphalt. .ii again In which ease the companyromlae. : but an extra long keeper, says a New Dlilte Establishment South. i iG
published
papers you
: when the kid- unload It and IM'n.1
disappear politely to
sc aDd with all the dust and dirt Imprls- York correspondent of American Agri

your name on a postal card, mentioning "or neys diseased.are out of order ned under tbe bard upper crust madey It home Immediately.switched off on Then a branch the car Unelor liromptly culturalist. ;Eoe S, HACKER, & SON, ,4I .f

this paper. Kidney trouble has the hardening of tbe oil soaked top some local consignee and la not ht'ardflf !
.
t ..ortl.....r.a Bro"IiI. I
TUB PLowiior Co., become so prevalent dirt and dust. I again except by the needy agent whcipturcd horticulture ,
j that It Is not uncommon It, until It turn. up In a tall ..nd A lecturer on Japanese I
Atlanta, Ga. i for a child to be bornE Balldlns Earth Ro.... I llllou In the itatc of West Virginia, claims that mans of tbe dwarfed j
'.'.>::' i.'J afflicted with weak kid Of course the bills should be cut .ucklly It Is not a bit Injured and Is able Japanese trees are not so old a* they ALL

4 f neys. If the child urln- Oown and the hollow filled up as for to continue Its wanderings, pursued b)' are Bold to be. Close Inspection will I ;

- ate too often. If therine all practicable. Ordinarily and proper- more and more vigorously worded cox often reveal tbe place where they

the flesh or If, when the child I)r the road when first opened run !vpondence, until somebody, send Ifme. have been grafted. ..
BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE laches an ago when It should be able tocontrol hollows and the .-Carl Hove? In Alual...'*. II I 'ua-
awn Into tbe up over The beautiful auratam lily a ..
the It Is afflicted with .
passage yet ..ills and. as time or money I III avail.ble live plant of Japan and It I II sold tbat
Bd-wetllng, depend upon It. the cause of
tbe difficulty Is kidney trouble and the first tbe high place are cut down and iTtuiipe on Ten Penny Nail. the: supply of bulbs which are found In

step should be toward the treatment of the low ones filled op. The effect of aIteep The, little daughter of Mr J. N. Powell Dockets In the mountains, I* becoming V Mry.

these Important organs This unpleasant : bill In limiting the amount that mped on an Inverted rake made of tenpeUDY Mbansted. and the prices for the Japaivse .; rMANUFACTUREILS

4.. ouble U due to a diseased condition of the ean be hauled over a rond Is so apparit nails, and thrust one ball entirely! bulb! are Jlkvly to become very

...... .. idneys and bladder and not to a habit as to those who use and care for the rough her foot and a second one hall ilgu. OF

.... !cr "4 Tnaos MAnasri most people suppose. r ad tbat local authorities can be, tru..t.ed 'ty through. Clmmberlala's Palo Balm Experienced New Jersey grower
.4 DretawsCorrmearvs Women as well a* men are made miserable waa promptly applied and five minutes Doors Sash Blinds
all reasonable Improve-
.. Ac. with and bladder to make pick Kleffer pear, destined for cold
kidney trouble later the pain bad disappeared and nomore
Anvnn.undine nkefrh anitil rlpfton mar lent In this line. However. It may torage.. wheu they are fully developed
and both need the
same great remedy. suffering war experienced. Inthree Material
3M..'.ntln" ICpf..Otnly "Oitn..|.....*.*.>.ti.1>fr.,... t uhn nn./Ar. ..__ The mild and the Immediate effect of be well to mention that the more the days the child was wearing her shoe nit before they begin to color. Me(( Raiding( Building

.MimrrlctyfniidiIittU..,Mt frm. Ol) "t *t Htimirf k'I.nonnokon for Mtrurttiir" put 1'.n',-.. Swamp.Root Is soon realized. It 19 sold irface I II Improved the more therad.a U usual and with absolutely no rllsconvft. Hyacinth are perhaps the best Office A Waiorooiiis, King, opposite
I'hr.nua ItUen thr.i' tfh Mumv ft (;...r.c.lvIS'dKnfiiflc" '"' should !be reduced. TbU need well known
: ......, la the by druggists. In fifty- -, ".. Mr. Powell Is a mer.cbant - Down of winter bulb and can be Cannon Skeet.Charleston .
cent: and one dollar t. no argument of ForklandVa., Pain Balm 1 II an rown; In dirt or glasses of water but

.Rt!! rkan.a sles. You may have a tMrrfJHHimpla -, ..., ...--- tlseptlo And heals such Injuries wltbout dirt" perhaps the more satisfactory. S. C.

r..1".n h."on"H'fF of ."F Ulnirtrntml,',,,."tln.. to.........kTr...... T..rert'1'''''''.. n<*lr-a free. also bottle pamphlet by mall teUR?_,. ___- There Is probably no disease more Tabler'auckeys dlsjaalngand requIred maturation by the and usual In treatment.one-third the For time sale Crocuses can be forced In dirt, Dio.. Sash Cord and

t .ri lib..*!. 8uM brad .w.da.l.r<. Inr all about it. Including many of the annoying than piles. by all druggist and medicine dealers or water and are very desirable. Weights,
Is dally'curingsea
frcr Cn 3Slfro.desy, Npw York thousands of testimonial letters received Pile Ointment The Otabelte orange II I beautiful for
Himnuti omosv iq r PL WMh.o......1*.0. from sufferer cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer c of years' standing of Itching and louse culture. Hardware.
Thecnre began on the first flrst-cUts ticket the Mallory
sedlngpiles. F9" A over -
be and
& Co.. Binghamton N. Y., lure
mention this plication a little perseverance make I Urn, Brunswick to New; Turk Mod For a ttbttkcrn exposure, with poor Window and Fancy Glass
Foley'a Kidney Cure paper. th..ur.complete. Price SO cent*In bottle. return, for sale reasonable. gbt.. aspidistra and bowstring bemp

m.lus; -2a':4: U:4J r 11th x.Th.. ADVOCATE doe job printing. .;; tubes 75: cent. Wilson Son. AKVOCATK: oflice, Tltusvllle, Fla. are fine foliage plant, ... ?". A SPEOIALTY.e \

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, ._ ---- -

4 _____ WM. M. BROwN
JAMKS. PBITCUAUD, President; Vice-President,
C. S. SCRUYI.KK, Cashier

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. BARBARISM-NOT LOCAL. RIVER STATE BANK

A recent Article praising the CEdeta The U.'S. Government Tests INDIAN

A W...tT JOURNAL DBVOT TO TH. Data" of West Point, and claiming ,
OPMKMT or Tn. INDIAN KIV... LAKWOBTU that hazing has ceased to be prat Show the Absolute Superiority of COUNTY DEPOSITORY
AMD BIltOAVMC BA Y HKOTIOWS. tired in that institution is gratifj Authorized capital, $1OO,000Paid

Pl1DLlSHK'D ing to say the least. But in other Powder. 1"M upcapltal - $25,000
EVERY FRIDAY the abominabl Royal Baking'
that
places it seems ...1' Average deposits, $100,000
practice of hazing still continues I In .
CBABLBS U. WALTOH, Editor & publlehe !Some two weeks ago a
I full force. Beloit: Wis.) college W88 -.--,_.-- --.-.-----_._-.--.-. Transacts a General Banking
student of ( ---- -' --- --- -- --
Discontinuance of mlvM. muNt be niailo pconftUjr ---- -- --- T
to at this olfloo or by writing. hazed by the members of an uppe lleved that all the industries of the city large: and Interesting collection on ex ,
I' I walk nud the north conservatory, Ilor- Business
" - class, being compelled to which employ 70,0110 mechanical an hlbltlon In 'In
I Check,eto.,may ba made jmjaWe to CHAIU.IH. In front of his tormentors while manufacturing bands. and a capital olO0OW,000 cultural( building. Forest IlIla.d i t

1 I', 4LTOlfIubJlHh"r.. they applied the lash. Such e\". subtle$ ) and mysterious will be moved force.by the sum< Kokt'Mlrror of coniferous Lake trees was,planted Intermingled with masses wltl- 1 F a Largest and Oldest Bank on tie River

I Address all oummunlnatloni to agery is worse than the averag I took a parlor oar for Niagara Fall, deciduous trees and hardy berbaceoni Exchange bought and told on all F,",> ,tn
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, white cap outrage, or the much city on beptember 17tb, and spent tin plants. At the Acetylene Gas building, Y Countries.
TITUKVILLB FLORIDA. talked of lynching bee, since i In day on Goat Island, In the center of at corner of the Mall and Midway, op. ? --
. I : Falls. I took luncheon at the poslte the .Bazaar, there/was an illumination patronage appreciated. Prompt iiervl' i> I ]hIe
Is Niagra
these latter cases there -some .. ,and f a\or coiinlnuint wnll ,.
Government house there and visited the ,of 4,000 jots from 8 to 11 p. m v1 treatment every n"
I S. Department of Agriculture for the acts. But those dark exhibitions durIng r- \ ervatlve banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS
V.
provocation Three Sister Islands joining, with three ;, There were room
I Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Flu. who cruelly'haze others there is no young ladles from Michigan, bent ot the day and the generators were ex Seaboard National Ihink of Now:: Vork
and;
excuse, for the victim is guilty ono sightseeing, and went to Canada, Clifton, hlblted. The Spray,sailed the little alone sloop arounc or :,.:"S, ....... .M.'tt'f." '" I I which Capt. Slocum "
the afternoon. The water or
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: The following is a comparative rainfall for atat the< overt act, and ball done nothing the Ortarlo Island and at springs In Canada WAS I the world, was anchored near the short TIrrUS"\rILL.E9 FLA.
, t ment of temperature and to warrant private or public inifig cool and sweet. The mist of the of the lake, close to the Life Saving
1001. -----
I week ending Tuesday, Oct. :20, to very The fountain, was IE --.-------' -
-1000- nation. The hazing craze seems fails was so thick rainbows formed on It I Station Tiffany '
, -1001- Mil be to the latent savagery When I saw them I realized why Buffalo the Inner court of the Manufacturers'and
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DATE. Liberal Arts building, SOUTHERN FUEL
I' 83 78 which break was called the Rainbow City.I TilE
I 73 of human nature .
o the
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. 2l: found the weather real damp and from 8 to 0 p. m. At 11 a.m. ,
, 24 81! 74 II 3: 70 through the restrictions of the law, In Canada, and some nights 'wel'every Heliograph was demonstrated, 81gnallbelnll
G 9 chilly
1 25 !80 ((10 81 manifests itself in such inhuman cold In fact thai thrown from the Government
78 and cold la Buffalo, so : Lime
82 Brick
,. I 2n 81 81 60 70 83: 70 acts. It is nothing lees thai I piled on all the double blankets and building to the roof 'of the Temple of In Wood, Coal, Coke, Cement,
I' 27 TO) 70 against tbe comforts I could find in the hotel, and Music; 3erg. H. W. Cliadwlch .was
8-2 71 a temporary protest in wireless
23 that with all charge. Demonstrations '*'
finished by
overtopping
I I r 29 82: 70 81 68 common decencies of civilization up skirts and 'We bad telegraphy were given each day in the
Total rainfall for the rainfall week: for 2.00 the and a return to the barbaric elate. the some surplus very windy weather wraps.,some nice War department Government building. Vitrified, Paring and Sidewalk Brick.....
normal
, Departure from It is the manifestation of the ear' Florida weather and equlnoxlal storms The U.S.Frigate Constitution"Old Iron
, week: pins .48 Inchon. Departur ticket good till some time In Side." In the Naval exhibit, U. S. Jacksonville Florida Telephone Xo. :!62,
was
form normal rainfall since January ], Inhuman spirit which causes >men October My but I had promised our honored i Oov'fbulldlntr, were the certificates issued ' Offices foot of ,Hogan Stroet, ,
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!I "' plus 10.28 Inchca. Observer to gloat, over the writhing w etch county school superintendent, Mr. R. K by the Mass State Society, U. S. J. K..1\1 UNNEn!.YN, General Manager.

o HAL P. UAIIDIN, as he burns at the stake; the sam Mime, that I would be back In Melbourne Daughters of 1812, to all who contributed ________.__ __ _
.-- .. others to time at a small sum for the rebuilding of "Old __________ _. ._______ n
'- savagery which leads an by the 22nd;! of September, so my
I law la now and and the vie- the Exposition was 'limited 19 eleven IrAn Sldos," authorized by act of' Congress -
deer open subject
I THE ticlpate justice the Feb. 14, 11)00. This was an oppor
days. I was at the., fair everyday & Baker
I the sportsman ia free to shoot IAI lator of the law to every conceiva gates were opened; \yhfcU was every day i tunity offered to all patriotic Americana MeMurray
much and often as he pleases-o ble torture ; the same barbarity; ,except Saturday."THitv Sunday the days to unite In rebuilding this famous vessel ,
I course, within the law. The quail which intoxicated the French army tile President.died and laid in state'In U. S. Weather'Bureau, exhibit was In

t, season also opens to-day, and from luring the reign of terror, until the city ball, and the day I went to 141- where north wing preparation of U.of S.dally Gov't weather building maps 44O West Bay Street. - Jacksonville, Florida.

''I I now until the season closes "Dot scenes of suffering gave the moa agara The Falls.special exhibit for Florida days took place from 11 to 12 :M p. m. Litho Headquarters for-.
White" will have to be on the alert, intense pleasure to the rabble In were: Ludwig's Piano' Player, the Cla- I graphing and free distribution of weather I

Many predict that game will be un toe streets; tfie'same protest,againo viola gave concerts and the Aeolian Co's. maps took place. School exhibitions Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

usually plentiful thiaeeason. Bring law; and 'order which\ inspires) tfiinarohist r
\ your guns with you, our northern to commit' cowardly'aslaminations. log Cbappol of J. and R. Lamb, of New pictures) Stereopticon and Gra'phaphone, and Sundries. '
friends, and try your luck.A York, had organ recitals under the direction .' the educational methods 'in some of the
If we propose to eradicate thtnarchistio1 < of the Aeolian.Co. principal schools In the United States. "KELLY" SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat

QKBAT: race war prevailed at a spirit we must begir Longfellow's house was the represented North Midway In The schools every as shown day work and of exhibited the different were short notice.JftWATCHESOLOCKSJ.
the Bazaar building on
meeting in Louisiana, with of the colleges that per schools Washington -
negro camp some It was tllle.d with a rare collectionof given by the following :
recently. Three whites and nine list in carrying out their cruelties. Colonial furniture, curiosities, Colonial High School: U. S. Naval Academy,
negroes were killed. The trouble The incident at Beloit, Wisconsin, and Revolutionary relics and old blue IT. S. Indian School, Carlisle, Pa., and I ,
Schools. U. S.
to arrest! I barbarism is not con china. There was an agricultural maDblnarv Washington Elementary
grew,out of an attempt Is proof that exhibition daily. In the Stadium, Bureau of Animal Industry exhibit was ,
1 a negro for selling goods without a Ined to any section of the country,, ([which' oould seat 21,000) of the first In the north wing of U. S.. Gov't build-
license. The riot' is to be deplored,,, )Ut that it prevails everywhere motor propelled mowing machine ever .ing.; Microscopic examination of pork Jewelry Diamonds
but aa the negro refused to show In; some places the spirit cruelty built. In the Mudul Dairy barn typical for trichina!, by assistant K.inlcroscoplsts.MAUTIN. II IIUIIIII hrU1 h y. .. . ,
bia authority for selling his wares manifests itself In different ways., inlmals of the following named breeds 9 and Presents
"were" shown: Canadian Ayrxblres, Jer* (To be continued) ) a Souvenir, Wedding Rings ,
constable
there nothing for the but that such a spirit is everywhere
was aid HoUtelns, French Canadian \ Watches, etc.
to do but to attempt the arrest. apparent the above incident willpstify. teys Canadian cattle, Canadian Short-borne, Wedding Stationery.The i n lA1l' nU1rOWaltham

; The real trouble Is, outlawry ind American luevnsoyn, Drown, Swiss, F t ( FINEWATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRING

1\\ 1101.1.10, rent in Jacksonville Is an has been railed against by Red Pullud, Polled .lerneys/ and Devons.morn- ot of the ADVOCATE latest type having-.and received stationery a nice, is
separating every
There was cream A SPECIALTY.
expensive luxury, according to the .he newspapers whenever an Incident In the Dairy building there was a low prepared to execute on short notice, a.
will doubtlessbe section of Ing. Announcements Watch tor Plant and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern R'y.
Metropolis. There occurred In some model of the Minnesota state capitol in Wedding Invitations, Inspector System,
a great demand for homes for country not their own, and if an >utter. 'ndLadies', visiting cards. Give us your Spectacles und .Eyeglasses.!: Charges paid one" way R. J. RILES,
sometime to come and It is not surprising outrage' is committed under their In the Gladiolus show there was a rders. 22ft/ W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

, ', that house rent bas risen to own' "vine and fig tree" It la pallia-. -- -- --- ----.- -- -

a high figure. The wealthier class ted and excused. Crime,and cruel-

of citizens wno were burned out In ty is confined to no particular Jollity
the great Ore were not over careful ; of our country, and those To Boom. . Best Material.\ Lowest Prices.

" about the high rent, consequentlythe lewspapers that are so ready to
figures are kept at the top ondemn outrages perpetrated elsewhere .

notch. than in their own locality, QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
hould be no less vehement when .The Business.We
hundred have already ... .
FIFTEEN guests writing up, the little happenings
been promised board and hat occur= In their vicinity. It does :Bond Lumber:>> Co. Titusville.

lodging when the State Fair opens, lot follow, because an outrage IK' ,
I and the indications are that there committed at soma' place more or
Arc Now Offering A Trial Order Will Convince.
crowd in Jacksonville
will be a tremendous le88 remote from your habitat, that
when'the gates to,the Fairgrounds It ia a worse crime than If It had S. G. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager Tltusvllle, Fla.

: are opened. .Some of the occurred in your own section of the New Attractions --
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counties are making elaborate pre. emiaphere. Barbarism is to be -

il paratlona for a fine exhibit, but we ondemned wherever it exists ; and

" I have not beard much from Brevard here, in the far south, the press is j A big assortment

I' yet. Are we satisfied to stay at almost unanimous in its anathemas

" home while all the other counties gainst anarchy, lynching and bought direct fron

I'', are exhibiting? ther forms of illegal disorder ; but

ransgreasions of the law are not 1
(I I the manufacturers
, UNRIPE oranges will bring unripe confined to the south, and never
prices., Some::; of our growers have will' be. I bnJL3 .,
I ,' I a peculiar idea of business. It is \\r\\ Must and Will be Sold "-

I amazingly strange that anyone PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSlTIOr
would be willing to accept one dollar At hard-time prices. A + 1"I

per box for his fruit now, when ttr
Editor East Coast Advocate
by keeping it back for a few weeks ." ; .-,
continued from last week.)
he could realize two or three times ( "

that figure. Sortie men refuse to I aw so many things' of Interest It
would be hard to tell about; them aiL 1 .EVERY SALE A BARGAIN SALE. ,
, be benefitted, and seem to Utterly Mexico had a !good -collection of oaoti ..
. disregard the interests of othersIs and begonias In the Horticultural Ex.:
it good business to ship green hlbiu, and also a largo vampire. \
:( and get inferior returns? At the railway exhibit there were .ome OUR NEW: STOCK IS MAGNIFICENT IN QUALITY and UNPRE
oranges of the largest and finest engines In t.be CEDENTED IN PRICE, CONSISTING OF NEW LINES OF ME. 'SYOu'rl'S ,
I I II world. It took three of the common CLOTHING, IN NEW AND NOBBY PATterns -
BOY'S
was AND
I testimony
ADMIRAL Schley's size engines:: to draw the train \>t ears I I
decisive. Those who I and styles. New hats in all shapes and latest colors for Fall
that
: elear cut and was on into lintTalo, not am 10 J- .
r have read his description t>t the heavy (though I felt rather large goln and Winter; late and pleasing patterns in caps, Yacht, Golf, and GolfYarht. -
battle of Santiago can not fall to alone), but that it wile hard pulling Our line of Men's Furnishings is fuller than ever before; new _
Admiral did everythingin through the Western Pennsylvania Underwear Neckware and Negligee Shirts bought at a sacrifice to the
I see that the mountains. I think one of those' larg ,
bis power to effect the destruction ones could have taken the train with eaa,. manufacture,all of which you get the benefit. Now Is your chance. ::J.i'8or: tlxo Maxi: tlxcvt :Buys . .
of the Spanish, fleet, and that I marched four hours and llftoeu uln- sold'
of the Poor Grades of Lumber because it is cheaper than Good Lumber by
all well utes In a storm to get a glimpse
it was destroyed we very President lying;: In state In the city ball arEOR'G7E; F". :]PADDZSONtEAU :: +
that Con.
be
I know; It is to hoped Ha looked like he was only asleep.
, gress will sift to the bottom the The Exposition site is only about forty; GALLIC, FLORIDA.
whole matter, and that the present minutes ride of the wonderful ::HagarFalta _. -
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" will never
disappear
navy clique steamboat, steam and electrlo oars. Oi
,I return again. Let our navy and /September 17th, I visited that mlJetl'lopanorama t< H. A. HODGES.....
::1:1 army be free from all jealousy and of the wonders of nature, 'y
: Manufacture, of
which Is visited by millions of people
illl corruption., every year and l is well worth a trip across ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber...
the continent or the sea. This age of
I; TUE assassin, Czolgosz, has paid electricity In signalled for the Bret tim, ROUGII> AND DRESSED. - Orange Box Heads, Frnlt; and Vegetable Crate.
I the penalty for his crime in the at an International exposition by the ex .1ny one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges oe building ID.7
electric chair. The brain of the elusive use of electrical power, which 1 i I... &\,. part of Florida, would do well t.o write for prlcn. The saw mills are located
r assassin was proven to be normal, generated by the energy of that grca at Buffalo Bluff, near PaJatka, on the J.. T. K. W. Ry. Lumber dellveted to a01part
I impaired or diseased. cataract and carried over cables to tin of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Flit.
! and in
no
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ground. All that the world .-
Exposition .
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and the pernicious WE ----- -
,:' Depravity knows of the mysterious electric fluid hRS
II of anarchy were the instigators been developed and illustrated with a NO ONE TO UNDERSELL US. EAU GALLIE.
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of the crime. No man ever fullness and 110 beauty t.batonly the power -'
of the world more cordially (uf Niagara could made possible, I heard COMPARISON SOLICITED.GOODS .

! went bated out than Czolgosz. If he expect. not i little being complaint. good about as was the expected Exposltloi, bj FREELY SHOWN. I n I idian River Inn I EAU OALUE FLA.

ed sympathy and notoriety ho must tome who had seen something on th House Overlooks the Indian River.

have been a badly disappointed man tame order before, but they didn't fall to Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River and the npper St.

for aside from a few' anarchists who either lay Nlagera are worth was worth two the trips trip.any I day say,, R. W. RHODES The Clothier and .Shoe Man. Johns noted for Black Baaa, eta.' Open ,all the year.picturesque Rlates $2.00 per

gloried in his act, no one expressedthe The street oars of Buffalo are propelled day. Special rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with
slightest sympathy for the inU iu streets are lighted by electricity Titusville Florida. Fish at all times. Oysters and Game In season.P. . \
murderer of the President. federated at Niagara Falls, and It Is be- MoMILLAN, Proprietor.

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GEORGE MARX. JOHN )[Am':.
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\ Bahney, and Mrs. W. II. Rawlin- 1V..i.A.: JBJR: : <:>5., G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte '

; 7w son, of Ankona were pleasant callers in
Wholesale Dealers In
Street. North of Plaza: ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. it i
our burg, Wednesday afternoon.W. /j
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GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE -FOR YOUR-
W. Luce, our assistant-postmaster, ,,
arrived home, Tuesday night, after a
an extended:: trip,north. We are all glad I '
to have Willie with us Again. 1 Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Furniture Mattresses Pillows :

Arthur Spitzer, of Palm Beach, who i 7UR ,
has been the guest of Mrs. J. lJ. Andrews ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.

for a week, returned home Sunday lost.I I.' -.._--=:=- = -,- -- .- FRAMES, MOULDINGS, ,
We are always pleased to h8veour'uelgh-

EYE SPECIALIST. bors visit us. \Vo are headquarters for all kinds. of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas;, Bm:: =: ots, Window:: > Shade, "t
guaranteed /genuine. Wo also cairy'a full line of hay, Grain and Foetl. We want
235 W Bay street, i Jacksonville, Fla Quite Gilbert's a number Bar Yacht of our Club people meeting attendedthe on your Orangns and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased, AND FANCY CABINET WARE I

Saturday last. All were delighted with MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla. ,

Stuart. the day's outing: especially the moonlight KIT" We only Sell to Dealers.Melbourne. N. -Undertaking Department entirely separate, ti
sail\ home on our beautiful Indian liver i
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II. W. Busiile, keeper of the bouse of
G. W. Parks made a business trip to refuge at Gilbert's bar, and one of the I Eau GaBie-- Micco. Rockledge. .

Fort Fierce, Monday.The firm of Bessie Bros., boat and launch I

Stuart Sunday School will openat builders, and Mrs. Bessie and Mr. and -

10 a. m. Sunday morning. Mrs. R. D. Hoke, of Jensen, were the GOODE: & OOOnK.-Real Estate and Loan. Ales:: Near Is still occupied on the II. J. M Hoarnilon, who Is In charge of Mrs\ R. F. Hatch and baby, of Daytona ,
guests of Mr and Mrs II. Jennings, on A emit: for .Ktn, Ij>ml Gordon Parks bar returned from bill /bunday. Globe ProvldBnoo-Waalilnffton and Sun Fire them order.
summer's vacation at Rocky Point, N.C.J. Insurance. Special attention paid to the E. Taylor Is attending' to some pipe now putting apple-pie Oscoola Cuirler, of Newark. :N. J., :
Mrs. J. II. Andrews entertained the iutereats of uou,resident work on Merrill's Island. All right, Jim, do them up nioo. Is spending a few weeks. here, looking

D. Ennis returned this week, from ladies at an afternoon tea party en Wed Monday morning a colored family arrived after hIs orange grove, Mr. and Mrs
Miss Sadie Snell Is ,
HOTEL CARLKTOV the round. PellKhtful visiting friends In
old home In the northern of the -Open year '
his part to the beautiful weather
nesday Owing
spot to spend winter or summer. 1.0. Miami for a week or two. In Mloco. Mr. Miller, of Grant, Currier will come down for the winter
Mate. there was a large attendance, Jensen, rated on high uliilf overlooking the Indian brought them in his boat, and their as usual.
Chas. Guller made a flying business Eden and Ankona being well represented. River. Terms moderate.FHAMC A very fine bicycle has arrived from household things came by freight. They I
Of course the ladles of this favored KOBKRTSOH,Proprietor. St. Paul for J. Gilbert. Among those from West Palm Beach\ I
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trip to Jacksonville, Saturday:\ returning I must have found out there was a /good '
who took of the excursion
section fall to have time. advantage :: on
never a good
Monday. for and wife who wants
opening a man ,
rr Subscriptions for the APVOOATK, Services In the Baptist church,on Sun Saturday for a short stay here with their
Stanley Kitching visited Jensen, Eden Mr.\ and Mrs. W. C. Rawltnson, of An the pink paper of tho East Coast, will be day last, wore well attended.A to work. families were Chas. Singleton, Cecil Gideon I,
and Tibbals this week, business and kona, were pleasant callers In our berg received at the Melbourne Postoffioe. On Sunday evening/ before the chicken anti Hervoy Bower
new meat market will
pleasure bent. Sunday afternoon. Mr. Kawllnson is a shortly be house door was shut, there wan a wild I
returned large, experienced:: orange/ grower, and I erected on Highland avenue. oat, or something; else, got In !Mr Simon Georgo, Frank and Charles Hatch ft ml i
home few
Harry Dyer a days
from his summer's visit In the northern our growers who are starting new ,groves: Hotel Carleton has boon put in good Hodgson,: Bros., 'are painting the Inside Davles' coop And took posHoimion, every Rupert Paxtou:: are enjoying a two j I Iweeks'
Ago order ready for its winter visitors. hunt In the wilds. of Jane
States and Canada. gain very valuable information from him ot their stone premises, on Houston chicken was forced to take to the brush. camp
as the orange culture on our high and The Misses Amy and Florida KltchinJt, avenue. Simon did not have time to got; his ,gun: Green swamps. They 'are enthusiastic I
Capt. Hubert Bessey and Roy Lane dry hammock land In this vicinity is entirely of Sebastian, spent last Saturday In Mel but he is on the lookout. Ho says lie hunters, and will, doubtless, return-
from the Ollbcit's bar houseof The baseball game, of ,Saturday last, den with spoils. I
i came over different from the culture In northern bourne. prefers, having the pleasure of eating

refuge one day this week. and middle parts of the State, both Capt. West has had a force of handsat did ter boys not materialize What was the mat them htniHolf. A, L. Marsh, the new proprietor of I

Mrs Kate' Hamilton returned borne, as to cultivation and fertilizing./ The work, cleaning up his. pretty place at The postmaster, Mr Peter Boitelncn Is Hotel Indian River, arrived horn
this week, after spending several weeks sour orange stock from nursery grown on West Point. W. J. Booth Is proving a very efficient putting a new roof on hU. dining loom on Wednesday, to got the lintel In order I
visiting relatives at Titusville. high dry.hammock land Is- decidedly the Town Maiahal, and Is giving every satisfaction and is getting things Iu good shapeto for the season Mr. Marsh. was ox- ,
W. R Jackson has been In Fort Pierce
best and most satisfactory to bud, as it so far. open up for tha., northern tourists If ]octed down sooner, but waa detained a i,
Jack'Davis came up from Alicia, Tues- will stand the drouths better I and pro for the past two weeks. Wo ,mIss his you are at Mlvco and want comfortable by business matters
day. Jack Is In the oyster business, andIs duce more fruit to the tree, but as a rule pleasant face.Thomas ,' The guava crop is about over for this place to board don't; fall to stop at the 9
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attending to the wants of our citizensin does not grow quite as rapid the first and ChalToe has hnd his pretty season. Quite a quantity of the jelly was postomoa and BOO If Mrs. Bortelsen' will Miss Minnie Johnson left (;ocoa on
made In Eau; Gallie. \ for her slstei's home In JnrkHonvlllu
that line. second as buds on some other stock. Monday --
years bluff property well cleaned of all weeds not satisfy you with the good things of
where she will be merriest
Capt. Blakesley, Chas. Blakesley, wife The writer Is Informed that Chas. B. since his return home. Theo..' Deyman, the piano tuner, Is this life.;; the U>th, Instant to Mr. Wyatt, of Krnfrfoutowp. i>n- ".

and children arrived from New York, Hogg, of Red Bank, N. J., has recently Thatcher Hood, of Canaveral, Is visit : wanted In Kan Gallie\ ; several instruments There name near being an accident at Mica| Johnson has everyone'. f
Saturday The Captain will engage in purchased the yawl, Irene, owned by J, ing relatives. In Melbourne. Mr. Hood's are awaiting his Inspection. Mr, Williamson's, Monday rooming. bust wlnlu'S for ber future happiness
the fishing Industry here this winter. T. Waters. The entire community regret many friends are pleased to see him \here. The launch Dawn, part of the J. M. Williamson had some goods. which
to have her leave our port, as she Randall estate, will be sold tills summer. Simon Davies was to take to the station, Captain Fred Alditdjro, who has been
Robert McPherson and wife Geo. Mo-
has been the source of much pleasure to Geo. M. Phillips now assisting the The vessel Is In Hodgson's boat l. so Mr. Davles thought he would make coining f\oro\ for a nil mbor of years, and
Pherson wife and children and Mr. and yar<
wholesale and retail house of Foe A the Hanks the
many of our citizens as well as to Mr.' an early start; the moon shone so bright running Nancy during/
)[u. Rea made a cruise as far south as Stewart who are doing a large business. Our school Is progressing and winter has returned from the d
Waters and family. The Irene is a model finely or else he must have boon troubled witha season,
Palm last week.Beach, In Mr. McPhersou's launch, cruiser, and the gentleman was very fortunate The fish house! of Capt. Alex. J. Goode, has 27 names on the roll. Miss Ella bad conscience, thought It was day and north, bringing with him a bildn. Frt4I '

In securing her. Mr. Waters In at Melbourne, will bo closed for the win Singleton, is giving great satisfaction. got there at 3IU:: < a. m. No doubt ho had has many friends bore who wish him

W. U McFarland stepped off the train speaking of the sale of his yacht said that ter, as Mr. Goode has moved his fish fleetto Mrs. M. K.; Campbell and Allen Camp- found out IS wits a little early to disturb Joy.
Friday evening, and shook hands with he was greatly surprised to find that the Jupiter. boll, of Melbourne: were calling upon folks, so ho tiled to get his load( ou without Tho frame of Mr. Petteo's house Is up '
his many friends. Mack is a regular EAST COAST ADVOCATE, in which be advertised friends In Kau Gallie, on Saturday last. being hoard, but Mis. Williamson, and a very liumUomo building It promises "
winter visitor here, and the finny tribe her for sale, had such an enormous Cbas McBrido has opened his grocery; who was awake, thought some one was to be. Woolen of workmen aie em ploy oil .
had better take to deep water. circulation, and said he received store with a full lino of fresh goods, and : Mrs. Ztlrund family, of Lake Worth, trying to break Into the house. Mrs. aU about the place, and everything m
delivered letters from fifteen different parties wishIng Is getting a fair al111I'o of the business of' were visiting their friends K.iu Gallic, Williamson, who In an expert shot and being (put In ship shape, preparatory. ,
Rev. W. T. Lane two good
here Sunday to purchase her, tho letters coming our people. ,. last week, returning! vii F. K. C.. R'y, on Always keeps her gun: loaded and ready to Mr. Puttee's arrival. Irom New York
sermons to large congregations/ :: "
The singing was. much better than from Palm Beach and At. Augustine, John Waller and J. O. Files were late Monday last. for action did not wake her hnsbaiitf, clt.t.
usual Mrs. Cbas. McPherson acted as Fla.; Savannah, Oa.; New York city visitors In town. Mr. Waller has charge; The services In the Baptist church, on but looked\ around for herself, and Simon News has been received here of the

organist,: and Mr. McPherson played the Brooklyn, N. Y.; Plymouth, Mass. ; Cin- of work on the new shell toad between Highland; avenue, still continue almost may thank his stars that It was blight very severe Illness of Mr. II. P. Shares. ,
cornet. cinnati, 0.; Elizabeth, Long Branch and Melbourne and Eau Gallie. nightly, under the direction of the Rev. moonlight or there would have been aooronel"s at his homo In New Haven. Conn. Ha
Ked Bank, N. J. This also shows that blideilold, of Melbourne Inquest In Mlooo, that day, was to have stalled some time ago to t ,
Mr. Smart has just received a Dew Dr. Summers and Mr. Van [eter of
many wish to cruise on our beautiful '' ,
----- look after the New Rookledgo hotel sad'Ids
launch from Bessey's boat-works. she coast this winter that have not before. Middleton, Ind., are now pleasantly set The Avis, Dr. lIebal'd'.oatboat I.again,:
C. S. Arnold of Youngstown Ills. In other Interests here, ,bet
is a beauty, baa a five horse power engine tled In one of Miss Allen's cottages, near In the waters of the Eau Gallie river. property
and If Tbe been writing of Dr. Ford's ynpcptlelde, says: the dootor forbade the Journey. His recovery
is a very swift craft. YOI1tblnk Hotel Bellvue. We welcome these gentlemen vessel has chartered for the
your launch is swift just try to Adolph Bluner, of Grand Mound, Ia., to Melbouine.W. summer months by Mr. Pomeroy, of St. "My wife has taken 3 bottles of Dyspop- Is anxiously awaited by his numerous I
keep up with Smart. writes : "I have used Fol Y'S Honey and I Luole river. tlclde, and Is, I believe, permanently friends hero.
Tar in my family and think It is the best cued of indigestion, constipation and
We had a genuine railroad wreck, last cough cure on the market. I would not J. Shively, Eater vllle, 0.; speaking I Dr. Lansing Is adding an Irrigating sick headache, with whlchshe has boon
Friday. A car load of brick attached to be without it In my home, as there Is of Banner Salve, says "I used It for plant to his many Improvements In the troubled for twenty or more years. Mon. To cure a cough/ slop coughing, us It I
the southbound freight jumped the track nothing good for coughs and colds." piles, and It has done me more /good
and delayed the northbound passenger! ,: B. K. Wilson &: Hon.White:\ any salve I have ever used, and I have will also be well supplied with water, her." B. It. Wilson & Son.Lotus. chance to hoal. Foloy's Honey and Tar :'
train about four hours. As usual, in the tried a great many kinds. Wilson&: Son. both for Inside and outside use. cures without causing/ In throwing -
F. E. C. R'y wrecks. nobody was hurt. off the. phlegm like common cough
J. E. M. Hodgson, II. L. Jordan andA. expectorants. U. R. Wilson & Hon.
Tbe wreck occured just on the north side City.The .
of the river, on the heavy curve. Fort Pierce.Wm. It. Hodgson have cleaned the street
fronting their residences. This Is a de- -
cUed improvement. Mr. Jordan is also ![r. and Mrs. J. M. Field visited relatives South Rockledge.
To-day take Foley's Honey and Tar. It weather Is simply perfect hero. Richards. spent Tuesday night In replacing/ old fence with a new one at Indlanola last Sunday. -
positively prevents pneumonia, or other JI. Knudson has been planting out town.J. .
serious results from colds.. It may be too strawberries lately. T. Snell of Eau Gallie was In town II. L. Jordon Is laying an Irrigating,: Rain Is needed! badly on vegetables.Some ,: Quite number of the ADVOCATE subscribers j
late to-morrow. B. R. Wilson A: Son. this week.M. plant on his new lot.Magnolia,: avenue have stopped planting 'till It rains will soon be arriving In this section -

Mr. Lamont, of the west side, brought' and adding further Improvements to his Mrs. Green and Mrs. Williams paid of Indian River, from the north a
home a fine cow the other day, C. Cramer has returned from an recently acquired purchase. Mr. Jordan b b"thatgrand.on
Eden. extended visit north. will have one of the handsomest places Cocoa a visit Monday via steamer Spar J. J. Dymock, wife, daughter and!
L. Benson has moved into his new la tbe west end of the town. tan ; ," were enjoying the various
house at the south end of town. Some fishermen have gone to Sebastian Miss Forest, the Lotus school teacher, sights In this section on Sunday\

Pineapple are being shipped In Increasing Mr. and Mrs. Fransen were visiting to fish this week. We wish them good Dr. C. E. Hebanf, of Grand Rapids, visited her parents at Malabar, Saturdayand E. M, Breeso Is busy mowing bin or"ange
,
lnok. Mich. and Eau Gallie died
quantities. suddenly, on
friends Indian River Sunday. Sunday mule and
on grove. A mowing machine -
Mrs. John Saunders spent Saturday at Reader, are you a subscriber to the; Tuesday last, at Sulphur Springs, Fla. I', C. McClendon of Ilol'.lster! Fla. do the work neatly and quickly. 'I IM
The Doctor who arrived
Soren Sorenson, of Fort Pierce, spent pink paper of the East Coast 1 If not, war ailing, stopped off ,
Fort Pierce with relatives. the first of the week here planting beans. I why not become one, If you want to get at the springs; for a short stay nd to try here Saturday, and will stop over C. Salmon: shipped about 100 glasses -,
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W. F. Richards drove to Fort Pierce : Mr. and Mrs. Orrel were the guests of all the news of this coast ? what benefit could be derived from the until Febt! uary of gauva jelly and a quantity of canned .t

on Monday, returning Tuesday. I Mr. and Mrs. Finley last Sunday! after- I Bell use of tbe spring water. Doctor Hebitrd, A goodly number attended the dance euavas to parties In the north on, t.
James Is at St. Luclo this week
Br., who was. at Melbourne, hastened at Monday.
The colored people of this place almost noon. for the at Georgian. Saturday evening, and report I
hauling piling Club-house dock
once to the help of the bereaved widow. /, '
i time.A R. U. Patterson hlamany
a very pleasant was calling on
without exception, patronized the Titus W.R. Hardee is having some work doneon which he has about completed. The Two of Dr Hebard's sons are now In friends and also Improved the

vllle camp meeting. his grove, and came out last Mondayto binding| of the dock will be commenced Eau Gallie, at the residence of our townsman good many Irish potatoes will be portunity Investing In some fine Plymouth op-
Capt. John Saunders and' son sailed look after it. at once. E. F. Hatch, planted bere this winter, and good prices Hock poultry.

, down from Fort Pierce, last Saturday Dr. Kettle's little girl Frances for same looked for i;
Mrs. I. P. Christensen and Mr. Oleson was
returning on Tuesday.. were the guests of Mn ,Christensen, of seriously Injured last Saturday by a Geo. A. Points, Upper Sandusky, O." D,.' Capron and family are expected Cleaning of the op yards seem to be the and order

Mrs. Amy Blake and daughter returned the west tide, last Sunday. horse. She attempted to drive the animal writes :. "I have been using Foley's home this week from their summer outIng would day among like our neighbors the ,
-, now we -to see County
from the and It kicked her. Honey and Tar for hoarseness and find It In New York State
on Monday, after a very enjoyable 1'11-1 Mr. and Mrs. Bahney, of Ankona,drove At. the time 0 lard these notes to the best remedy I ever tried. It stopped Commissioners clean up the highway.
it of two weeks in Titusville.Mrs. ; to White and the after N O.,Penny, of Nathan, was \In Lotus
over City, spent the hereonce
the ADVOCATE she was unconscious. cough Immediately and relieved all We are glad to see A. D. Baldwin
K. R. Rlcou wife of of noon with Mr. and Mrs. McMillan, Sun- Take last week, and purchased! the bees belonging
one Jensen's soreness. none but )'ole) .. B. K, more, although he played oft on us,
There will be a match : of baseball to C Tlngpln coloniesIn
,game twenty
most popular merchants, drove up Wilson A Son. a little, as he generally came In time to
day.The on Saturday between our own boys all.
on Tuesday to call on Eden fr ends. following officers were elected"by and the Eau Gallleltes. A good attend take bin share of the fall crop of mosquitoes.

Several enthusiastic members of the the club last Saturday night/ : D. E. Las ance of spectators is expected:: at the Olney.D. : AVliafu. Your Face Worth. .
Point Lace Club, with their friends, met tin, president; H. Christensen, vice-pres !grounds. Much Interest Is evinced In Manager A. L. Marsh of Hotel Indian-
at Mrs. LeTourneau's on Friday after ident; A Lamont, secretary; II. Benson, this game by a number of our towns Sometimes a fortune, but never, If you River arrived hereoa Wednesday. Dor-
noon. financial secretary; A. Christensen, treasurer people. L. :McLaughlin assisted J. T. Willis have a sallow complexion, a jaundicedlook Ing tine past summer be managed the
Maude : ; N. D. Hansen, librarian;Oeo.Beck, la packing this week moth patches and blotches on the Hathaway Inn, the finest hotel In Deal
Miss Lau&hlln of There will\ be oranges
entertainment the
; Georgiana, an at
skin all of liver trouble. But Dr.Klnc'1 .
trustee; P. Hansen, C. :Bemenderfer, andC. signs Beach New Jersey
who, while visiting her friend, Miss Kate Christensen, finance Committee.Mrs. new School-bouse, Saturday, Nov. 9th., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Padgett and children ,: New Life Pills give clear skin, ,
Frink, has endeared herself to our young Doors open at 7.1 JO( p. m. Everybody Is spent Saturday and Sunday with the rosy cheeks,rich complexion.:: Only 25cts We are much pained to bear of the
people, left, last Sunday, for her Lome. Joseph Davis, daughter of Mr Invited to come and a large audience Is family of J. F. Willie at li. 1&. Wilson A$om's drug store. severe Illness of our much-respected' '
We hope to see her return ,I ob. and Mrs. Lamont, arrived here from expected. A un'quefeature of this entertainment friend, II P. bares, of New Haven, Ct., ,
should be Pullman, III., Saturday night, and so far Is to raise money for a little Lee Bruner, of Bassenger; and Euell but we hope he may be able to be here at ,
The weather Is just as It Is delighted with the .climate of White donation to Mrs. Elizabeth\ Hartstone, Wright, of Long Hammock, made a bush Woodley. least part of the whiter
now-just enough rain, just enough,: sunshine City. She was greatly disappointed by [the accomplished and cnltnred pianist, ness trip to Olney last Tuesday I
just enough wind, and just enough Little Ralph and Helen Magruder- ,J
the appearance of things In the northern who has gratuitously; played tbe
organ Jack And Seab Rlmex of Fort Klsslmmo
to reminded that it We weather and since the death of their mother I
are having delightful
mosqnitoes keep us part of the State, but on arriving here la the different churches for the last -are
hands with friends
is Indian River otherwise we would were shaking with their Mr. and 1
perfect days. living grandparents
her and the beautiful four five and has ;
changed opinion, or :years, who successfully In
and
Olney on Saturday Sunday. tie
make the mistake of thinking we were moonlight ride from the station In Fred piloted the Methodist choir to Its Last week Prof. John Teeter. of Bona- Mrs C. D. Magruiter.; They In luck i

in heaven. Cbrlstensen's new buggy, behind the present state of excellence; and they- Dan passed ht and family of Fort venture, visited the Woodley school one to have so good a place. )

A perfect day /greeted the members of best pair of mules in town, was all right. together with the many other warm Drum through bore Saturday, day and part of two others. He said \
the Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club, last Saturday I friends of Mrs. Hartstone-take this en ,route to Fort Meade, to make their that he was pleased with tbe school, and I Indianola.Rain 1

and the club meeting was well at- FOR HOARSENESS.-Ben J. Ingerson i novel method of making her a token of future borne. gave a very good lecture on "The Waysof J .

tended. The clubJauncb carried a partyof of Ilutton, Ind says lie had not spoken 'gratitude: and esteem. Everybody came If our residents want tbe newt of the Life that will be helpful." All were Ii
twenty-nine from up the river, and a word above a whisper for months, and : and have a good time. The play will\ be East Coast they should subscribe for the were well pleased) with Ills pleasant visit, : Is }
others came In launches and sailboats. one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored i' worth all kinds of money, and will be ADVOCATE, one of the most newsy papers and glad to know be will visit us again., shower very badly needed. A slight\
Tuesday night Is all have ball :
The house comfortablytilled presented by a noted comedian of NewYork we :
spacious club was In Florida.
his voice. Be to .
sure Foley's.B. Dawson and
get I Ralph Jesso Leatherman for some time. :
who will\ be
and a enjoyable day was spent I ably assisted by professional ,
very It. Wilson & Son. and Mrs Walker and the K ,
talent. Smith! Drawdy and family have movedto daughter were
all. well represented. Admission 2-lcM. and
by Eden was Most of the people both married
young ,
oOcta( Fort Pierce. We regret to bave them i guests of W, H. Wlgfleld' on Saturday I
and took
single, advantage of the beautiful
For Old Age. ------ leave and wish them every success In Last Thursday J. D. H. Weir '1
FROM THE OCALA EVENING STAR departed moonlight night, last Saturday, to attend -
White Man Turned Yellow. their new field of labor. this life, leaving widow, a daughter tbe dance at "1
Of April let. 1O01. To the old, as to babies, the even bal- Georglanu. ,
ance of health Is more Important than Great' consternation was felt by the We are having lovely October weather and two sons to mourn his loss Deceased's Fred. O. tlumphrys returned this

"'Ve are Indebted lo Mr. George Close anything else In the world. The possible friends of M. A. Hogarty, of Lexington, The' weather continues beautiful, and remain were followed to the week from spending the summer season
forthe finest cabbage and lettuce we have health. In age, II not high and strong; it Ky., when tbay saw be was turning yel the roads. are no longer Inundated with grave by his family and a large circle of In Olcotc N. Y. On his way down he ,'7
M Close Is Is only even. low. ills skin color also water, but are dry and bard, much to friend., on Saturday. Several hymnswere ,
ever seen pro w n I In Florida. r. visited In Columbus, 0., his old home. 'S
a man of fine judgment, and one of the There is no end, bat death, to the his eye., and he sugared terribly. Ills tbe delight of our teacher snd pupils. sung" Including "Nearer My God '
most successful truckers in the State trouble that cornea of iu loss. malady was Yellow Jaundice Ha was to Thee. Miss Frankie Gruber, who has been the

and he Is an. generous and large heartedas It ought to be watched like a baby's. treated by the best doctors, but without RECOMMENDS! IT TO TRAINMEN.O. : guest of Mrs.. 8. J, Field for the pant two j
he Is prosperous." Mr. Close bought; Their future Is short; bat oh how It benefit. Then he was advised to try II. Hsnsan, Lima O.engineer L. K.A Job Couia'itt Have Stood It. months, expects to return to Titusville

his seed from tbe Old Reliable Seedsman, turns on comfort I on whether the wriuk- Electric Bitters, the wonderful stomach : W. R' .: "I bave been troubleda If he'd had Itching piles.. They're terribly Saturday.. We shall miss her pleasant ';.
J. B. Button, who handles only the best les are wrinkles of pain or of long serene and liver remedy, and be writes I "After great deal with backache. I was Induced annoying but Bucklen's Arnica face and gentle manners very much.

Seeds to be bad especially adapted to enjoyment After taking. two bottle I was wholly to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and one Salve will eure the worst case of piles on Potato planting Is still going on very
Florida, and makes a specialty of the bcott's emulsion of eod-llver oil-for cared.. A trial prov. Its matchless :bottle entirely relieved me. I gladly earth. It baa cured thousands., For[ Injuries lively, as one person expressed:: It, "If all
finest strain of Cabbage, Egg Plant Lettuce very old and very young la different merit for all stomach, liver and kidney 'recommend to anyone especially my pains or bodily eruptions ICs the those Yanklee oome down, this winter, ./"
Onion and Tomato Seed. Sea display ways-Is the food to secure this even con- troubles. Only COcts. Sold by B. B. :friends among tbe trainmen, who are usually best salve In tbe world. Price 25cts a box we will bave to give them something tt
advertisement In another col am n. dition of health..ui. Wilson "A Son, drnggestf. similarly afflicted. Wilson; Hon. Core guaranteed. Sold by Wilson; Son. eat." 1'




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6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 1, 1901.

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man takes alconol toe immediate-11/; The Seaboard Air Line I

suits are probably satisfactory but 1 he Railway
BADBLOOD
must not Imagine that tbe final e."ect:

of alcohol Is satisfactory because
this lie must be cautious before he de- /w Inz V.sTIBUIEDMITEo
cldes. On the other band he may gtve t I Capital City Route

.''C&aCAIoI&E'I' in .11 ......... for tae. up alcohol and find that the Immediate b ''J ,
.ad are a true wonderful medioine. I bat.of i.wlHhed effect! Is depression. lie must not co I
for a niedlolne pleaBiint to take and at!la.. The shortest Route.
bare found It lu CanoariiM Hlnoe taking them. 11bUmd elude from this that if he continues the .
baa been purified and my ooni"|>lemn ba.lm. treatment depression will continue al. I TRAINS I
proved wonderfully and reellnuoh better In n.lw.r. I.
aiut. a.aiXis M. BILIOUS.LuuraU: ,TentMeanant. Th Best Line

o.It Is quite possible that when be baa DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE .
(
CATNARI7Cr given up alcohol the poisons In his ( r 4. Double Daily Service-Including :Sundays to . .
o body are circulating in his blood on the 2' c
way to passing out by various outlet) I kq SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICH "XI).
'
No wonder then that he Is depresses ,d + CF1r WASHINGTON, BALTIMOttE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOHK

r tuna .../rr.no When most of these poisons have passed WITH THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.

out and when be has ceased to add Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New
Only line opeiatiog dally through extra poisons, the depression may be te further information write...
removed. It Is a fallacy to judge by;
: Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville, FloridaS.
Palatable, Potent, Tail Good rOoud Immediate effects.! A. O. M : LLAAAset R.. E. L. BUNCH '
,Me...rMI,600. recent with alcohol M. ,
... CURE CONSTIPATION. ... My own experiment / I. V. P. A; G. M., Gen. Pass. Act..
Xem. ..e _..> ttmftmr, ...._...lfMI, e..w_. 51alaiato took some months to produce an PORTSMOUTH, VA.
appreciable effect upon my brain work ca c//
and bv .' -
IIO.TO-BAG tSola ftlUKTobaooollaLlt.: and training except that It made tbe .

desire for regular exercise almoa . Dixie Flyer Route . .
Free and amount to a craving. ,

! Accented Mason. Double dally trains, with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CARS,
B*.r I. Souther State;.. . Tri-Weekly Sailings .. _Through without change.-

Wblle'the popularity of lager beer sa JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. LOrI:!

a beverage Is decreasing In some place BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK -Close connections made In Union Depots for-

Indian No. 00 100 the United States there Is an increase Chicago, Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all point West and Northwest.

:RIver TltuavllleLodge In some localities particular S. C., both ways) De sure that your ticket reads via ---i
/ In the south In Which heretofore there A aDd NASHVILLE, CHATTAXOOGA
WESTERN
; ryFlorida.. won little demand for It. Lager bee: The Fullest111nteaamshi s in the Coastwise ServicE ATLANTICARAILROAD RAILWAY.

aenond and fourth Fri. II essentially a summer drink In the
Holds Its meetings the For Information relative to rates, schedules etc., write to...
day of each month, at the lat Armory, Ttutvtlle ( United States, and Its popularity In the Jacksonville Fla.
Via Pass. Agt
,
at T:00::< i>. m. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. T. M. DOYLE
Oeo. W.Hooble. Wornhlpfnl Muter. south therefore Is easily explained C. :E. HARMAN, Gen. Paas. Agt. H. F. SMITH,Traflio Manager.
J. R. Walker Senior Warden. Direct bervlce Between Na'brille Tenn.
Tbe south Is beginning to develop] Atlanta, Ga. ,

J.".M."r.' ftohnyler.I loon Tr Junior.....II..r.Warden. brewing. There were by the last Intel. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, r

F. A. Morgan Heeretary.J. nil revenue'returns 11 breweries In ,

J..L.A.:Carrutliera Hughes Cltanlaln., 9enli Deacon. Texas 4'in Tennessee. T' In' Virginia (Calling at Charleston,"S. C., both ways)

W. M. Woodward Junior Deacon, & In Alabama. tin Florida and 6 li 8KMI-WKKKLT BAILINGS I pL4NTSYSTEM.
J. ... Soreven Senior BtewanL fkmthbound...... ,.i..t...froml/ewii Wharf, Hoetoi
(,I. H. Walton Junior steward.. Ueorgla.Alcohol. Northbound...from foot of Catherine Street Jackaonvlll''
IL E.: Mime,Jr., Tyler.
.... T..lo.I.. 1 naMaaaMHBManaMIM. BMaMaMaMaMMBBCBaMBBaaaaK. .
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----
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-- At the tiltMTOnkwil l'on"I'In London Clyde St. Johns River Line. I 'The Great Through Cat Line from Florida.-Connections:

ATHLETES 4 NJ n.UIl". Professor. Brouardel of Parts declared (DeRary L....) To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston Richmond

that the nxe of alcohol wldl'uedtbe BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. and Washington.. Ik Southern Railway, via Savannah Columbia
of eonxumption.. He said 1 anweasurea :
AN.. EXPERT TENNIS PLAYER ON THI peril Stopping at Palatka, Astor St. Francis Berenford (DnLand), Blue Springe and IOt..rm..I..nd. and Washington.
tending to limit the ravageiof inl00: tbe at.John's giver. The Southern R'y via Jeoup, Atlanta and CbattanooRo.; The L 4
USE OP STIMULANTS. alcoholism would diminish the mortallty STEAMER "City of Jacksonville." To f the West[
N, via MootKomery. Tbe Southern R'.la Wavannah; Columbia
from roonumptlon.. CAPT. W. A. 811 W'. via Montgomery -
MAO ;
and Aet eville. The R'y
Be Plaida Alcohol Harmfal !" a". .... cold ', and Thlll'tda"l. via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York.
LOOK R. amd Advises > Never try to coax or cough URI Leave Jaoluonvllle 8:-M p. m. Bundaya.Tneeclayi To' the East
*!an l>i.t to Help O.. Ovvreoavo th. the remedy that unfailingly conquers both l.av.Banford9noa.inMondaye: BOHKDULB., Wednesday* and Frtdav.rtbbonnd. Bead .... Philadelphia and Boston.] via Savannah and Merchants. MinerTrao.iportation \

Desire Err Llejeior., Ballard's HOrehound Syrup Is the great Southbound Lour, Read down ................Jacksonville- '.............Arrive. 2:Oam.. Company for BaUimeve.To and Peninsular Occidental
a-JMpm "laPort Tampa ; SteamnhlpiTo
I ipttclflo for all throat and lung troubles. ...............Palatkav................Leave 8:110 pm. Key West and Havana,
E. II. Mile, the English crack: tennis Woe. 2B and 50 cents. Wilson A Son.Taklost << 8:4Apra 3::aux................... ,..Astor. ...... ...... .. .. 3:30pm.: Nova Scotia, Cape Breton and Prince Kdwards Island, via Boston and Canada,
bal'wrlttt'Q tot 4:JO am............ 8t. ,r" I MM pin. Atlantic and Plant Steamship line for Halifax, Ilawkesbury and Charlottestown.
player training expert, .> ..............Bereelord(1)elan......... to 12:tlO n'n.
York' Sun Interesting arti .....? C.lleet/e.s. 6.no ... .Blue tyring* .. :: lltflOuu.Arrive .
New an am
I the cle' on the use of alcohol by athletes An old and not yet obsolete mode of 8:30: am :.'::::::::.'::. ::..Banford ::::::.'::, .. tfflOam.Den'l "VVcsrTEEt.': : : TC> XSTS TX Ti'TS

In It be says that while alcohol has a taking a collection In a Scotch church Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. will be on sale throughout the Northern, Eastern: Western and Southern States to
I Is by means of a ladle-a small woodenbox all FLORIDA RESORTS, via the Plant System during the season of 1001-1002, limited .
.....
ntlmulnnt athletes .
value ,JB., Fla. Agt.,
as a temporary r.M.IRONMONGER
EaM'n!: Pans. Agt. in Florida.
I.O.
wooden HAOERTY ( with liberal privlledgea
until 31st stopover
t1 at the end of a straight York r 2M Went Bar St.,Jacksonville, Fla.I to return May ,
have not yet found It a. reliable shaft about four and a half feet long, rilOB. t>.HALEY Local 18 State Freight St.Agent., New : I r C. P. LOVELL. A*.t.Fla. Bunt.. Addresses of parties in the north sent to tbe undersigned will be liberally sup

.4hlng> to use. Ha continues: the of the box being sufficiently Jackaonvllle, Fla I I *.'."?*Hogan Jaokaonvllle. ,ria. plied with Information and handsome advertising matter.
L top J'HtN.'l"v Superintendent, Foot HOJl St. Jacksonville, Fla.TIIKO.
One day It might clear the eye and open to receive contributions of money. O. KOKK tknwral M.all"| \VM. P CLYi,1.0 CO.. GeneCbeaebroufrb Agents. Cheap excursion rates to HUFFAFO, N. Y., account Pan-American- Exposition,
.--.produce wonderful success. Another For all special collections this was the' Building 19 State St.,Oppoeita Ilatlery Park, New York. enabling passengers to visit Niagara Fall

day the effect! might be absolutely the usual mode In the chief churches of C. II. WALTON. Agent, Titusvllle Fla. F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger; Agent.

:reverse. That .Is the worst of alcohol Edinburgh when I was a boy at school 138 West Bay St., Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,

.for training; it Is unreliable. there 60 years ago. but It has gradually Be W. \rVren Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.
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and Is not often to
of fashion
Alcohol enema to fight against the lone out Florida East Coast Ry. DENHAM Savannah Ga.
be seen nowadays., W. B. General Superintendent, ,
power; of long endurance. It may produce For ordinary" Sunday collections the

a flash for a time, but will be general custom has been to have a

vagalost steady anti persistent work metal plate or basin on a small table Time Table Mo.' 85. la E 'eot Sept 1, 1DO1.

I ;jwkb the body or brain. On one occa.I it tbe churctr entrance superintendedby
\ SOUTH BOtntD Rnad Do_.) Bend Up) NORTH BOUNfXUnnTet
.Ion It produces brilliancy, on another an elder-a mode which was often '
occasion utter failure. Then again the called the brod. When ladles are used ,,,0.1 n..84 0 1M o.7 o.8. o. ODaly
Qj Dally Dally 8TATIONSI. Daily Dally Dally "'- Southern
usual effect Is that the quantity must hey: are banded round the congregationby \. rr1 ....IS mod: -td
elders after the. sermon or after the rg -... ..' J cup ii ........... ar ...nvllle ."......Ar T 1 T ::::::
increased. The craving for more andmore h .. litlllp 100Ha ........80 .r.... on.m..1.v 811 II 86:1&: ...... O NA
la marked characteristic of alcohol last psalm and the common Scotch p4 ...... '1111'111:'" ,....... St. Augu.tlne.... .... ". 6/1t11/ > '1 60a ...... t-1 0
,. a to "lift" the collection may have -S rat ..ee p1167s .... .. AlwtlORe.r 6..p 111Z \& ...... x
drinkers. The more they have the phrase and q F ...... 10( IOIIp": .".. :..Etuot Pal..t............... .l\IIp 7 led:
come from this custom.-Notes ..... 'Iii 11Wp ...:..... N_.. ............ f sup /121\& ....:: 4 t4e
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lucre they want, therefore the more Aperies. a .....- tcp1962p! .'...........Bunn..IIa........... "07pI Ilia ...... HzP RailwayDlRCCT
ro I .. ............ 6117aS ......
there ... Tutu12thp 1 ..........DIl1'ont. .UOV
And lu nUII
drink. extreme canes ..
they ------ - - - 0 ..... lIlup: leap ............O.ulO..d............ IIOU" 111 Itt.. .....' hi . _
aro.other results of alcohol drlnkfug In .... lUllp 18p .........."Uruiona........... B" 2Rp III/IIa/ ..._" toJ ta -
,_....,. 114.1). 1 4i1' .........Pore O..n". ...... ... .". : Str t'4"
the form of Immorality and crime to nu'sMonkeys ( bet 0 .;.8rM euop 1'1171 ........Flaw tlm....... .. :llIIIp Iou.. i9Ay.d .boI... 0S
of despondency and restlessness. .'.-.... 6611a 1100", .. .. ........O"kHIII..........:: 9Buy...... i(81ip 0 f-
Bay nothing ... 11- .." .". BOiIp ..::#...... .TlrllllvlU. .......... .". IDr.V...... .", t'I-
All these are too common to 0.- ."... .. ........ ..". () >OA"""....... 1\l1p.\ ..... .... C UI-NES-QUICK: TIMe: TO
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I ) W Et- ...... . ... 1t4t1 ...".Boekledlf'l .Iun..UOD..... ".. 1111 ....... .....' toINp 0
need mention here; Itt ...... .. ... 4 to ...........lCall Gallte.\ ... ....... J.jtIp: .. .' ..... Cp" .", WlSlIllI ton Baltimore. PbJIJlldpbl.
In alco- F4 .0.. ... :/ ......... J It.lbollf'ne.,..........". I It>> hip. .:.. ....... ..,y .
regard to
t The worst fallacy -" ."......4 U6p ......_...t\Hheatl..."......... 1167.; ..... 0. d' pea; V orlr, QNcaao. &Iad..atl'toalJvUlt
hot la the fallacy of the right way of "All well-all happy-lots a f 66up .. ........... et. Loot... .. .. u u. ...... ,"!J-x BlrmluabamCbattauooga.
.....:.. ,.a rxI ."" .."..e' ''''' on .. .......... Fort 1'\..,....::....... w II...,.. ........ 0 ..;. Atlanta.
i giving It up. It Is all very well to say rut ".... e2"p" ............,'l.lbbal..... ...... W s a .. ." r.a.... 're City.
fl wAL.L.
% H\
i fUll". That is the regular C ..:: .... ..... ...... mpbis, St. Louis
to people "Avoid temptations to drluk;; > .... ,.. ...... II 8+p ............ .tid..n": .. s tcJw
-S 5""' N ...... ...... 8681> .. .............J..u..A.. ... ...... I 1t M-
I ,' I do not go where you will lmve to from the JIo:1: / ... 114111' .......... ..,'Stuart. ......... .... ...... ...... : x AND POINTS BAST AND \ B8T.
I.' drink"' and It Is all very well to say report monkey cage fq -s J ......' 'I1lp: ..........Huoo Nuund......_... ..... ...... y O -
.... 726p:! .........We.$ Jnplter' ... .. .. .. ...... !:! ty fro
I;,! "Use :your will power; refuse to !drink cf f Barnum's Circus ever since 0-- .. ." 7 67p . ...W.et Palm Beseb....... 1089a... ...... JiC OCt NO OTHER LINe: APIPORDS ABRVJCB: : tIKB THI..
b
also : .. .. .: :.. ... ......... ,,:.. .
.
' But it Is far better to show people .a::! H .111I1' .Bo".too
: .. .....
, .:..... 11..11'. ..... .l>el. ..,.... ... .::::: QQ FLORIDA EXPRESS
,I the conditions which make them desire the: keepers began dosing the rq: ,Up ......Fort Lauderdale...,.... ". ..,,.. .. !1 .. THE NEW YORK &

Ii alcohol.freedom so of that choice..they take may It or with refuse perfect It. monkeys :with Scott's Emul -s Pot .:::::: ::: 006 1)r..::::::::..Lemoncts.!:::::::::.l.L... =::: ..: :::..::.:. .: AND THE U. 8. FAST'I' (MAIL. ., ,
;
Assuming, however, that alcohol; real. .*.rlor liars' uii 1'ritiue a.'i std 78. To tHe EUi.t:' emn' t 'iVorthiTHE :

does harm'to Individually, then sion. Consumption was.carrying o.1 o.t$ No, )
ly you No 1'No.I9'N..t' ; :'O'l
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lDallyiDaily JlAYPORT BRANCH Dally Dally Hna. CINCINNATI: & FLORIDA LI"1 TED
find out what It I Is that makes you desire Only ,
off thirds '
It. You got then 19 tberoot of the two of them t l "8T5?;|sa TSia Su'L.*.,.... JaukannviUe .......' .Ar 7 ...... S45p iOop ...... To the 'Wta _":, i/N roriN.yv'i. .t.
have In Til ,| ..... .........Js.keenvuie:..........., ** 7B7a7VAa t87p UMp ...... '
.matter. You to yourself 8BNaA6v
put
I and the circus hadto Sets ..... .." / 1160. .. .. The HIM through "The Land of the AshevllU. Hot
every year tl | luaTOOo .....'....... .-Pahln IfeMh ... ... MV ..:+.. Sky;
i such a state that 'Wben'alcohol Is offered tiMM I U 1M( .. .. .. ... ..AtI.ntl08ftaoJa.. .. . .. ,. 700..6001'1 I 114uliaua In the
:you you,would rather not take It buy new ones. awl.-. It 10.' 'II'PMI.... ... .. .. ..., .....M..1W.. '. .. ..,,,. ,...Lv. Jfa 44A-, _._. Springs N. C. Finest Summer Rort Section
! tOne : , ,.. ._ dub/ Werld. Through Sleeping Car from Jacksonville to
The lint holy Is to take enough nourishment .e No4 irt w
not In tile form of fattening day a keeper accident. \Dail iji1'iI; Dstl a..ul Dil; fi PALATYp-NCH L... .Palalka Ar I If),,;.UOai Pally1, It Dally ftp D ollj)'1Mtl Step lofI / Asheville and Hot Sprlnzs. North Carolina.
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: and beating material or of sheer bulk ll5ul at :Kant: Palatka.. ... SUM 7lWe 1201\p Item
i but in the form of blood making and ally broke a bottle of Scott's 7 I / \ 11ll> lI6a A r. .ru .a. ,Choice .of Riuttt to -Jlmtr1CJn expctnioa. Battalo !t Y.


, I t tissue bumen.making substances-namely, al Emulsion near the monkeycage TT 0.6" ."u L... ,.. ....,.....HAN. .MATKO* :BBANOH.'Kaat .....,............, ,, ...... ru.\\Dally fA1p Through Vestibuled Train. Pullman Drawing-room Sleeping- Can,

Slap Ito. Ar,.," .. .."" ". Han Matoo... .. .... ........... ...."... LvI 1 8JTOJo. Through Coccbe.
I get my own albumen entirely from and the monkeys eagerly
Mo.il oIJDaUy EXCUUUBINT DINING CAR AE1RVICB.
\ fleshless foods. It Is possible that others : II OU'NOOITY Dally SANFORD BRANCH Dally
..Daolly '
'
may find that these fleshless foods lapped it up from the floor. ,Hal BRANCH. KHu Eiriu"Taop Through Trains via The Southern Railway are Operated (la Connectionwith

: n .. 8 7 lisa Lv.............fltiiHville..............ArT : the Plant from WI.
them they A r alp
valuable for may System Jackson"
as .....
are the U lop Lv. New rmrn. .. IHe *. ............... MlHIS......... ..)ectLTSBUa IOTP
This idea that .. .LOrangeCltjr Soup *
have been for me. In my own caso suggested it 4>Hip> ......Lake Helen ", ........ ..,08t_................ ".. 11 5s16pAr..OrangvCttyJut. Solicited.H. .
for Ticket via
8 Sup .........:J 'erpri_............ 111""M Ark Southern Railway. Correspondence
continued
alcohol I .
.
1 first ..
when
: gave up might do them good. Since ealaAr.............hanford. ". .. .. .. ,, 1100MTheaeTlraeTabltw
I the use of meat ere., anti I found F. CARVv Florida P.....(er Aca>.10s W..' Bay ..., JAOK OMVILLI,FLA.I. .

that even at the end of six months I hen; the monkeys have received show the time al whloh train m.y'. enacted to arrive. and depart EHA.RDWICR.General P..\.. A.", .. B.TA'YLOII:. Allt.0.n. Pa.aAgt.W6IRLNOTOND.C. .
Mtlll desired alcohol. Then I gave up rom the 1OtII.'a'lnn... bu. their arrival or departure. at the time stated U not Knaraned. -' ATLANtA.
regular doses and the keepers nor dart the Company hold luelf reaponntble for any delay or any eonaeqaenoee aria
four
flesh foods about ago
the years af thttrefrom.ENrNSULAB. July i, 1901.Special.
' and almost Immediately the desire for report very few deaths from '

''I alcohol went. With the fleshless foods ? AND OCCIDENTAL
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11, I believe that as a rule the dealre will ronsumption. Of course it's STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI..
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I! I disappear. heaper: to buy Scott's Emul- WEST AND HAVANA. -
'JI I There seems to be something In the BETWEEN MIAMA KEY

n flesh which produces tbe thirst for Intoxicants ion than new monkeys-and XMI..ml Mond. v" and Friot".....,10 08 pm Leave Havana WeiU.. and. 8.tnrd....y. ,......10 00 amfxxz Low Rates;
I. and Cat. B sal
I found that In caseI .1 & I UO pm Arrtve Key wrTvh8 pm
though (rri. .. .
the circus xs ss9 K..y '"I pin
''J. dfd not take enough protetd! or albumen hatsuits: men. Lrrivo JAoave.. Havana wi*. and Monday. A 111.1 DO amLear. .Miami Fni...".nil Mondays .. 8 UU am 'TO TilE PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITION.

I and did too mud work or exercise Consumption in monkeys For copy of local time card a.\dre. any Agent.

' 'I felt exhausted. and the desire return and in man is the same disease.If J. P. RAHNEU. A.d. 0..... P.... Aa.nt. ST AUGUSTINE TI.A .
.
ed. I could at any time therefore reproduce trkets now on sale viaMallory
t
I the desire by returning to the [ ypu have 1 it or are threaten.
II' slush foods or by not taking enough THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
ed with it
I proteId "tlally. For It sertua tome to can you Lines

come down to that-enough proteld. "'ii ij;:: take the hint ? Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada !

say four ounces a day. In a tleshless .
This --
; picture
I! form. That Is the verdict for one iu each single the Trade talk of represent.Scott'sEmulsion PRICE.00 and 8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Buifjer in the U. S. .AT. .
: case: Personal I experience
and U on ..h.I' .
cage must be the guide-at personal least experience some. :: ':". tapper of very bottle. In Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United. States.. i I.O\VIn:: Ir\. .Iln11"AX:: BY ANY OTHER LINE:: Including all meal

;j extending over / Send for(res MmpU.SCOTf For Sale by and berthl. any hPFla return limit October 25.:
, 'weoka.Before. Pritchard & Son For rate.' descriptive and Illustrated matter, schedules, reservations, tickets.etc. ,
I. I. flulsh I must say a word i:: BOWNE Jas.i( ., apply to
... QII" FJ.OKIDA. .
about Immediate results. They are not a' 409 Vearl St., New York. '1'lTUS'ILLE, A'A. W. rYE. Aft.. MUOW.n 66Jaclrosvtll..
to be mistaken for full results. They ., J FROM PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. o.H.Mat rtavT'BA.ltATvOj'tl" > (" Bmnairirk..
: !" 4.oe'.I. SOt and {i. all druggUu.\: SEE THE TESTIMONIALS Co.OeDe""A.rntaltI, B"rJlo'SUI',and flee Broadway,S.T.m .
ar t not; to be tbs. crlserioo.l'heu; a -


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COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 1, 1901. 7 I
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TITUSVILLE. TWO HOURS OF ROMANCE. THE HOME-GOLD CURE.An I HKNDKltSONVILLK< N. C. ;;l!


INIIIAI: : : :: -:T RIVER: :230TE2.: ':: The play li She on. seem Tliry the lit..tm. Jngtmlonn Treatment by which Drunk. THE WHEELER IIENDKRSONVILLK N. C.Hendersonvillo's )+ I
And watches every action then portrayed. arch are Being: Cured Dally In Spite ,
TITUSVILLE, !!. sees but Iwr und teeing her TM nil- of Thvmnelna. No MoxlouaI C M>. New Hotel. ; ,,

Her.fire > page, kit bit. No Wrxkrnlnir of the Ne>rv..*. A Pleasant. Open all the year. Altitude 2.61\0!\ feet The dryest climate In North Carolina SI" '
INDIAN RIVER, Whereon Mir pl y ll crlven by
11. reek unit then "lie smiles, unconirioui mild Positive Cur for the) Liquor Habit. Golf links Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twcnty-flve 'j'I

FLORIDA.J. Ilii lips| Into the mold ol ben do (tan. It is now generally known and understood bedrooms. Electric lights. Steam heat. Elevator. Tennis court. Ball rooms.

lave 10.... On I her rhrekThem that drunkenness la a disease and :Mineral Springs.; Bath rooms. Ten-pin alloys. All modern sonvenlences. J!
not weakness.. A body tilled with ,
poison
rhinos 5 pearl. For further Information and rates, address II
I G. BAST, Proprietor. Love trhitniiha. In her, ryes there alta a eong.Dreaiua and nerves completely shattered by periodical
he: If 1 Imitation claim a tear, or constant use of intoxicating BAKDIN & WHEKLEK Proprietors, Hciulcrsonvllle, N. C. k I !
Then li'Ud'rent girl. liquors, requires an antidote capable of;
No consumptives taken 1
would iaMlon claim Nay, tool and
what
The hotel fronts on the What | neutralizing and eradicating this poison,
wralk and destroying the craving for Intoxicants !* n I
wide of miles
sweep bay(7( You want not tear and' pity, but you long
g per ,,, I1 M In width), formed by the To make the love light In dhow eyes appearl" 1 Sufferers may now cure them-low NI3W YORK I II:
selves at homo without publicity or
tie -w Indian Hirer, making it a
; of time from business by tills wonderful
r delightful aummer resort. Below them pipe ol wood j
a .- P And reilned string "HOME UOID CUKE) which hns been
a :;;; Constant cool '
r = ... breezes from the sea and All vibrate softly whlnperlng ol hop! perfected after many years of cloao study Fifth aud ISth street,
bay. Flowing sulphur Then. u hla heart beets higher with the and treatment inebriates The faithful Hotel Kensington :
winter thoughtOf use according to directions of this won York. 1
springs. Special ,
reigning' ; king, derful discovery is positively guaranteedto
rates. Bunt Into strains ot triumph. Leap, 0 blow!!
The curtain's down. Llghta up. The play iso'er. cure the most obstinate case, i><> matter Select Family and Transient Hotel. European: Plan i
how hard drinker. Our records '
a
'
ol Restaurant the Standard of Excellence :
show the marvelous transformation

JACKSONVILI-K. She lha; h. light and romance li no 010"SCrlbn. thousands of drunkards into sober, industrious OKORUK C. HOWE, Proprietor.Late .

..'. Mngaaln WIVES and CUKK upright/ YOUR men. HUSBANDS of.tho Buckingham, St. Augustine. and. other Florida' hotels t ?

Children cure your fathers! This remedy I
DUVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The BURGLARAT is In no sense a nostrum but Is .a specific :

BROWN'Sj for dbvlsod this disease and prepared only, and that Is so skillfully It Is- THE HAMILTON 4itl1;\ Street. bet Broadway an'J, Iztli J Avenue,

soluable and to the J NEW YOR*
thoroughly pleasant t )"o\\ I' ., :
; ---" taste, so that it can be given In a cup of ', '
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re Edward B. Clark. tea or coffee without the knowledge of e .:Jh y !
A Modern }'IreproofI'a'rtlllent Hotel.. Central
and Desirably ,
,
,
furnished It. Thousand of .
novated. Newly throughout. Liberally.conducted " the person taking ..
the \
The alarm 'bell rang denoting drunkard havo cured themselves with Located.Vlth every Comfort and ConngAnce.Furnished .
Rates $2.50 per day and up. presence of burglars at Brown & Co.'s. this priceless remedy, and as many more = '
l.. ; .
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. Eight!: detectives went them and found have been cured and made temperate men and Unfurnished.. : k I

the doors locked. The Interior was In by having/ the euro administered by their lovIng .' OEOUQK!: Wi: 'MORTON.Olllclal \ t
lends and relatives without\
plain view. Seven men watched while knowledge in coffee or ton, and believe ,. >;0
WESTMORELAND HOTEL ,West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE the eighth man Jumped Into a hack and to-day that they discontinued drinking of .' :0 . :.. i

.> FLA. was driven posthaste) to HUB hotel residence their own free will. DO NOT WAIT*
Do not ba deluded by apparent ami misleading : Supply House; of The Illinois' Fishermen's'\ ,AH(5ciHoa7"( |
of &-Co.'s western manager
American and European plan. located.' Just built and Brown, '
Centrally open- 'Improvement. Drlva out the '

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water who had been transferred recently disease at once and for all time. The 'jjjChien] l ; Not' ;and witoCp.: ( ,,
to Chicago from theeast. TIle manager HOME GOLD C'UKK" is. Bold at the ...... ; ;\
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All was oat, and no 'one in the hotel extremely low price of One (ollar, thus .' ...- of-' -. rMantllCtllrers '

street oars .pass tho door. Rooms 1 BOc, 73o and $1 a day. Rooms and knew of his whereabouts. The detective placing ,1"'lln I" reach of,everybody ft treatment : -
more effectual than others costing ,''0; ' i "
board 2.00 to'$2.50 per'day; left a message asking the manager $23 to $;0. Full directions'! accompany "-' ,

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. to go at once to the store on his return.. 'each package. Special l: advice by Hkllloil! t,1.,1. :;!

Then the officer went to the telephone physicians wh requested without extra W I'
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of charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the \ :
and called up' the submanager
ST. AUGUSTINE. world l on receipt of $1. Address ,Dept :6
Brown & Co. The submanagcr was In, C TO KIMVIN 11 (ULE8 A CO., 2U3: : <>-ia;
and said he would melee for the store Market Ht.,* Philadelphia.) All correspondence
FLORIDA HOUSE ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. us fast use cab could take him. strictly confidential.

The Old City Dy-the-Sea. Tho submana-Rer felt a henvy responsibility -.----- ---- - = .

This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is ; and he knew that It the prisoner was .uauieu. Tao detective FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Description. :n:::;
delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of interest that wouldn't do to take any chances on the who had dubbed him Slinky whls- : '
Dealers In Seine Twine Maltro Cord) Etc., .
no other resort possesses. Beautiful Roads and Beach for Driving and Bi thing. So be gave the cabman an extra perM something to the driver end\ the Rope, f2
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all dollar to get: him there quick. The carriage went north across the river. Originators Wholesale Prices. direct to the Fishermen.
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib- Bubraanager had been superseded by 711-81-8'J; K. Indiana. Chicago, Ill
"Say Slinky! what job have you been ..Mention The ADVOCATE In letter...
erally conducted. Capacity 250. Summer Rates: $2 to $2.50) day, $8 to few your
$12 week. For further particulars per the manager from the east only a doing recently? I haven't beard from .. n .. .._ _
per addressF. before. We Members! of lie Illinois Fishermen's Association.
C. IIAYDEN, Manager. days you since you came out of the pen are I
I The Bubmanoger reached the store. Hung on to him. Kill there; Sllnky's a
Taking out bin bunch of keys he let .slippery cuss, and perhaps we'd butter -- .-

...FRO TING ON THE PLAZA... the watching detectives Into the great put bracelets on him." And the detective
ALGONQUIN HOTEL silver treasure house. They searchedthe Tho lti01i'
dangled a pair of handcuffs before
ST AUGUSTINE, . FLORIDA. place from basement to''roof. hut .s.
the victim's eyes. The prisoner squirmed "San Mateo" ?
Sea View. ''Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with ne'er a burglar did they get. TherewlIsn't and nearly burst' Into tears. Then

comfortable beds.! Rates moderate. a trace of a thfef. Kverythlirg he fumed again., Just then the carriage Best Cigar.
was Intact and the submunnger and drew la front of a North State I
up
.
:MRS. A. .
S. FELL
Propl'letre88.COCOA.
the detectives agreed that It was a case
street residence., "Call Mr. Barton out ItJ". nil
,
of false alarm. Then the sub went Bill; I'll tend to Slinky all right -

home, and the officers went back to bud Mr. Ilarton descended the stops In 1 lcn.lc.1n.: : _

cigars and penucLle.! Hill's wake, and looked I Into the ciyrluge Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with

Half nu hour l>nsH.'tl. The eight men /, ills eyes fell on the crumpled opium and other drugs, when yon can have the pure Florida leaf at a five-cent
THOMAS COTTAGE FLORIDA. In the miundroom were watching tho figure within./ "U,rent Soot! he said. .
'A ; clock. In fifteen minutes they would be! "It's Air Meddlar our manager" pVlCe

Centrally located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient. relieved.: There was n click, followed There wan a gleam In the eyes of FREE BY MAIL TO ANY! iioxof as/ .. . . . . , . . ... 1.00

Rates: $1.60 per day; special terms by week or month. by the tattoo of a bell hammer. It was both detectives. They apologized profusely : ADDRESS......)J BO* of BO. . . , . . . . .1.75
another burglar alarm from Brown & I
... .. but rapidly, and then leavingthe '
- -- Co. This.time tho detectives put on manager' ou the curb whirled away s. W. ROWZIEY I, :
ItOCKLEDGIV their coats leisurely walked out the In the carriage. .

door and went down the stairs with "Did 1 know 'him;/' said the biggest SAN MATEO, FLA.

half laggard steps. They climbed Into detective to Hill his partner-"know -- --------. .- -- ......-. . "- -' ... -_ ....- ... ,, -- ----- -- --- -....
...UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... the carriage and told the drivers togo him? Of course I knew him. That
to Browji's again, but not to kill the New York swell way call Chicago detectives WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE

horseon, the way. Arrived there, they slow, but I guess he'll admitwe \' .ORMS! !

tumbled out hastily for the front door got even with him for the cussing .. !
Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE, FLA. was ajar, and Inside they BOW a man be ulI-Chlca&o Kecord-IIerald. MnHl In Quanta RM In Quality. i .
gave *fc WW WWS* lW* '''S* V V
standing near the gafe. 'The officers for 20 Years Has Led all arm Home les.I t Vj
, pushed their way In, and the man advanced "Last winter an Infant child of mine
BY ALL :aZiV-I/T/: .
The coming winter this hotel will be under the of A. L. to meet them lie wore a frock had croup In a violent form," says Elder -OLa
management the detectives ......PIMI by-r -w-g+ JAMES F. BALLARD, S>l. Louis.
coat and if.silk bat lie met John W. Rogers, a Christian Kvangellst, lq
Marsh, who has been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Com- half way to the door, and then, of Fllley, Mo. "I gave her a few doses ofChamberlain's
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Cough Remedy and In a -- -- ------ --- ,
without further Introduction, he Bald:
for 14 Hotel will on the 15th of January next. all and the
pany years. open "I'm the new manager of this place I short time danger was past ,
got your'' nl4)lIsage at the hotel, and ,I child recovered." This remedy not only
\ cures croup, but when given as soon a.
came over here too late to find you fellows the first symptoms appear, will\ preventthe
GALLIE.r
EAU : HE BINE.
Nine-
If you have ever been here at all.I at tank. It contains no oplnm or
just now pulled the burglar'alarm other harmful substance and may be

myself to see It you Chicago sleuths given. confidently to a baby as to an Tenthsof
Hotel Granada EAU GALLIE, FLA. have any Hfe In you. I find you haven't adult. For sale by all druggists and

On Indian River. Your're a worthless, good'for nothinglot. medicine: dealers Pure Juices from Natural Roots.
,. It'. taken you the minutes to answer
Them KI4e al.l.. a.bda.4.
The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallle,Fla., 192 miles south of Jacksonville my call. I'll see to It that your all
Elder SI.ter-Mr. Bllmore and jotj the
on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled boating, hunting and agency loses this job tomorrow, and In the parlor a long time last night f ,'
,
fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A flrst-clau homelike I'll tell-your manager that his loss of but were I dou't used much gas 'REGUlATEStheLlverStomachandBowels, .'
suppose you
hotel. Rates $2,60 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. the place Is due to your laziness anilyou'll Younger Slater-Tb. reason you didn't PeopleSuffer ,
Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Gallle, Fla. You're ,
all lose a "
joba too. because
your "fe any burning, Emily, wss tt ''I:
lot of Incompetents. You coll yourselves Harold carclfHfly hung his bat on the PUBES Malaria Biliousness Constipation ,
detectives. Babt You're a lot doorknob!-I.undud Answers. ,
NEST AIM n ACU. of dubs. Now get oat of here and let from U Weak Stomach and impaired Digestion. .

me lock up." Many a mun""p..nda half his time anticipating a ,

THE A flush of anger came Into the face tomorrow; and the other half In Ewj Bottle Guaranteed to SIre Satisfaction.
PALMS. DiseasedLiver. :
yesterday.Incredulity
WEST PALM BEACH FLA.A regretting
of each officer as be listened to the VXCOKI: : UOTTXjJn, _aALLI10l.111. 'i,
tirade. Suddenly the rearmost one of
first-class, home-like hotel, located on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite and robs n. of many plemurrs Prlo, SO Cent..
the his through
pushed .
Royal Fonclana. Near railroad station and places of Interest. Special features group way and gives us nothing in return.-J. II. -
baud the shoulder of
Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable rates. laid a heavy on Lowell __ Prepared by JAMES T. BALlARD. St Loch Mo.I1You \
Rouse thoroughly renovated. Under New Management. Experienced white the man who bad Just heaped abuse C
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Troubles Blood 1
11100(1
waitresses will have charge of the dining room. Good Fishing, Hunting and upon then. "You're a pretty good bluffer Cure ,
the week. For further Slinky." sand the detective "but I . ... . _.. .. ,
Boating. Rates $2 to $3 per day. Special by Informa- I-C.IIOII. Cancer, Eczema, etc.Co.U -- - -- ---- - -- -
tion address: The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla., J. C. Stowers, Prop. knew you the minute I laid >eyes on -

I your evil face. You cnn put on a plug to
Nothing Try.
hat and swell clothes all you want but f Have Not j

TALLAHASSEE. 1 can tell that sneaky look of yours Old, obstinate cured by, deep-seated taking. Botanic cases Blood permanently

_ anywhere It's pretty near fifteen Balm (1 h. B. U,). If your blood\ tainted,
:years since I sent you to Jollet last but producing offensive eruptions, aching .
ST. Hotel
JAMES
TALLAHASSEE, FLA. It'll be less than a month before you go DODOS,and joints, ulcers, falling hair, mucous .j

Centrally located. The only brick: hotel In the city. The table Is supplied again. Come along now," and ho started patches, sour mouth and throat, Found What You Want I IJll

with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Rates $2: to $3 to pull the. mail who was found In scab or scales, persistent pimples, eating t t t
per day. Special by the week. the store toward the door. sores, swellings, sore lip; dry sore, dull, :s

Mm F. R. LAMB, Prop. The victim drew back with a face" have aching blood lancing poison shooting or the pains beginnings, then you of For A Home, suppose you take a trip down and look at our ,
like thundercloud. "How dare !
.. -- a you deadly cancer. Don't experiment but Fruit aud Garden Lands along the I'J
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be said. "I'm the new manager of take Botanic Blood Balm (B. II. B.) made .
RICHMOND, VA., Brown & Co. Here's my card. Here especially to cure all malignant blood
are my keys .and letters addressed to troubles, like those named above, and East .Coast'

me. Mow dare you call rue Slinky" itching, scabby, eczema, carbuncle .
The RICHMOND, VA.Twelfth "Ob. that's all right Slinky.. said tbe scrofula, .rbenmttlsm cancer bloodhrmore n
t
Lexington detective. "I've just said you're a good etc Heals every sore and stops)
Settlers are flocking In but still thero'ls If
and Main Street room. you are
bluffer. Keys! Curd"' : What are theyto all aches and pains Try It. Costs but .
get for a man of your genius? Come II at druggist l Treatment sent free by looking this way, drop line to
American and European plans. writing to Dr. Ol Ham,20$)Mitchell Street,
Grab bold of him
now, Slinky no row.
Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble and free 3rd VJce.l Uent.1LORIDA
American plan $2.20 to $1. European plan and_upwardn.i! on the other side Bill:' medical advice given Medicine and free JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

C. A. JIERBITT, Caterer. A. D. A ATKINSON Proprietor. Between the two burly detectives the medical advice sent at once prepaid. B. EAST COAST R'Y, ,
victim was led to one of the waiting B. originated) by Dr. Glllarn over !30 .
----" --- - carriages expoMtuIatlng and entreating rears ago. Thousands have been cured- ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

all the-way. "1 tell you I'm tbe manager many after doctors and patent medicines '
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE of this place. Take me to tbe had utterly failed. Botanic Blood Balm -

house of the sabmanager Mr. Barton; ((8. B. B.) gives life, vigor and strength Tie ADVOCATE does sneat clean Job -Printing
Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Etc. othe blood making It pure and rich. ,
Bmercial "
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I! 8 .. FAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 1, 1001.. .
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FLORIDA Visitors who can. STATE FAIR NOTES.The FRUIT AND VEGETABES. Robbins & Graham Gc EJ.. :SE .:CSseO.:: .'

not call at our store should write for a -DEALERS IN-

I catalogue of Sunny South Souvenirs. time of the Fair Is coming nearer The Weekly Crop Bulletin Jacksonvlll of the U. I S. (Incorporated.) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
and nearer the number of the exhibit Department Agriculture( ,
<< ; J9 Is getting larger and ,larger, but ever;) sends us the following Information, reo PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00.; We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FEU I I 11 I J ]11.1'1( ?
lloa thing: will be In good shape to give Ipace calved by the Bulletin from Us varloi We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all)! ,:"?;?,.;:'
for all exhibits and accommodations fall < correspondents along the East Coast: This company owns Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your stat i,. 11Io
112 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville; also at exhibItor. and vlsltora.Mr. Jensen-Will be a fair fall crop of pin .- :iLi :LT ID s ers. E. L. BRADY BRO. TITU8VILI E. FI}.\.
8t. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassa .O. }I'. Hopkins, commissioner of 8 apple.; actl ve preparations for gardeiIng ,
Johns county, ' show old Fort Mario -Mont. Hardee. West Palm Beach- In the Indian River Co-airy; On the St. -=
In miniature, the entrance to his exhlb Heavy northeast winds and high title
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.. will be through the old city gates-I damaged some low land vegetable ;lOme. Luole River; at New River and ,on Day S. W. CABBOLL,

miniature. He will show you the relic fall pineapples shipped; fruit trees grot BUcayne. Prices to suit tile time
of St. Augustine/ and he will show you log-Wallace R. Moses. Georgiana- -Dealer Itf-
Brewing Asso's.Famous the wonder of the Faira house OxV feet Gardening is pushed with vigor; highlands Send for Land List

made out of 200,00011.li;! scales, window need rain.-Jas. II. White. Flan Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla. GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES,
like till. Ingo-Ploughing and planting vegetable) ,
and complete-nothing
chimney
Bt.Louis and Iltlocl < Your
Keg -
and Tinware. Patronage Solicited
has ever been shown. acreage double that of last ;year-E. H. Crockery, Glass ,
J eer. showers cltru GEO. M. H.OBBIN8, F. A. MORGAN, FLORIDA.
The Fair management expects to have Bradley. Cutler-Light ; Ac\GaF1., TITUSVILLE,
Bold \>j ]lie.",*. F. A. Losloy and the first automobile race ever held In the trees In fine condition; egg plant and tomatoes rrenldent. --
on pine land doing finely.-S. II. - ---
R. Motlow] TltusvilleFIa Sou: th. BreYard Abstract of Title Co
The Board of Trade has opened a bureau Richmond. Jupiter-Showers wit INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE
f By Mr. R. I. ]Motlow, Coooa, ria. of Information, and pledged room enough of sunshine; citrus trees makln, WILL FURNI8HAbstracts .

by the hotels and people of Jacksonvlllfor good growth; pineapples In good condition FLA.
: JOSEPH ZAP1 all who will come. some apples being' shipped.-II of TitleFOR qtlantlty-5acked or loose. Special
A great string of horses will be here, P. Hardin Malabar-High northeast Is prepared to furnish Ice in any attention
l Sole Agent. and we will have a week of racing .uch winds; no rain; busy planting beans.-J LANDS IX- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

as has never been seen In Jacksonville. I F. Farley. Hoc Hedge--Dry and cool ; Brevard: County.Office T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.J. .
1t
The management/ has a storm of offer' orange trees looking well, and fruit beginning -
''A eiO to 620 West. .Bay Street of every kind of shows; the number will to color; all crops In' good COD. under Law Office of

., FLA. only be limited bv the capacity of tb ditlon,-H. S. Williams.AFFECTED OEO. M. ROBBINS, R. WALKER. C. H. SWAIN

JACKSONVILLE grounds to hold them. TITuSVILLE, Fu. ,
The Geneial Manager has secured ooh" BY ROOTKNOT.FLORIDA Shoes
storage for perishable exhibits whlol : ; Dry Goods, ,

HEAR & TAYLOR, cannot be gotten at the time the Fair East Coast Meat Marke
opens. The Jacksonville depot of the EXPERIMENT STATION,

Artesian WellCOITRACTORS Anheuser-Busch cold storage Brewing In excellent A..oolatlonolrera storag LAK CITY, Oct. 21, 1Q01Editor G. F. DUREN, Agent. Furniture,

Ea>t Coast Advocate:
rooms without any cost. ..
( The new tent plan Is being drawn, and Frequently Information I. asked of tbe c. c::>> Notions and MillineryNew
It the list I. being printed p.a _-.
new premium department concerning the plants whlol -
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Esc Gallls Fla and will be ready during this week. are affected with nematode root-galls or c. pi'ce sa.c : : Goods at close prices. n
I The railroads are advertising the Fair, root-knot, caused by the nematode worm ::>> '
and the General Manager has had oppor. (Heterodera Radlclcola)., For.two year t Iat : YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
.-,-!--- _. tunlty to observe that the State Falarouses observation have been noted, and base* Ia: =sa.: : "
Interest among the people of: upon these, the truck crops have been -_ John R. Walker& Co.
j Save Your Vegetables Florida, and It will be a State Fair li roughly divided Into two groups: 'J'hefirat

every respect. of these comprises those plants TITUSYILLE, FLA.Whaler's .

which are badly Infested by the nematode __ .c....-.
twlNwwr the second, those which are not all = CD
t I. eta "" ""rwrs TITUSVILLE ELECTION.As affected or are only attacked to such ai 5"sa.:"": a
-r- extent. not to Interfere seriously l with
announced In previous Issues of: the crop. First list: oantalouse, celery, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA Jewelry Store.

..eK11N.TN this paper, the town election for mayor,, cucumber, egg-plant, lettuce, okra, pea.,
u s ,MiNi three aldermen, a clerk and treasurer,, tomatoes Second list: cabbage, carrot, '

and a marshal and collector of taxes: cauliflower, corn, beet, onion, parsnip,, t t :., Xr
i iene > took place at the Courthouse, Titus radish, pepper, strawberry salsify, Silverware Etc.
.. 4? rutA vllle, Monday, between the hours of I turnip.Of Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, ,
ZY weere o'clock a. m. and 6 p. m. There Wall the fruit trees, the peach and till..are
Nr am.i very little excitement over this simplcl most seriously affected. This list will b e
ous event, and everything passed off with found useful to some extent determln- SPECIAL ATTENTION gives. to Repairing of Fine Watches

i tranqullity and good humor. Nearlythe lug what crops to grow on nematode Infested and Jewelry. All work warranted. for 12 months.
full vote of Tltusvlllo was polled. grounds r
5 CJ\fCHEI\ The ticket, as published In last week's n. HAROLD HUME, iT M all Orders will\ receive prompt and careful attention

:A.HLMoTM ADVOCATE, was elected In full, as follows Botanist and Horticulturist.
: TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.

Protect orchids, garden., ootton, corn,, MAYOR:
SPRINGER.News
DEATH OF MR. .
!tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, and all John M. Dixon.ALDRRMENI .

other fruits and vegetables from the
comes to band that Mr. Grant 8. f
of Insects without the ol J. It. Walker,
use I
vavages Attention
F. A. Morgan, Springer, who some time ago was engaged Special
,poison or spray. Send tl.OO for sample J. L. Carruthers, and In the manufacture of Ice, at St ,

trap by mall.AGENTS. 8. G. Yanlandlngham, for Augustine and Coooa, but whose homeof
late has born In Sunbury, Pa., wall LIFE INSURANCE Rate. are
WANTED IN EVERY one year. GIVEN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR-
house In
Found dead In an apartment
COUNTY. Address, CLERKi I WAS NEVER EASIER lower than
last and
night
Philadelphia on Saturday ;
J. B. SUTTON, Seedsman, Winston S. Brannlng. a physician, who examined the body, I TO CARRY. for years, Hardware, TinwareCrockery, Glassware,

Ocala Fla. TAX ASSESSOR. laid there was no doubt that Springer( I and are about as low as It Is possible to

:See local notice In another column. John Henry. committed suicide by taking Cocaine. A get them. Harness and Stoves.Our .
. MARSHAL AND TAX COLLKCTOH. quantity of this drug was found in the Our booklets, sent on application, will
E. room. Springer was believed to be In give much Information about
R. Minis, Jr.
Unanctal trouble. Shortly after his death .- Stock Is Complete and We Can Fill Orders Promptly.

IILLIAM McKINLEY. A letter was received from his mother at Lido hnfsus L\.n.Oo.

:,,1 Ins LIFE AND WORK, THE CAMP-MEETING. and iunbury asked, In him which to return she home sent him money conditions Contains tables etc. of ages, rates, terms, Jas. Fritclxard & Son.

,
Deceased who about 85 y'ears'idwas
MY The camp meeting of the Daytona die, well- and was favorably known to Toe companies represented are solvent, Postofflce Box 212,
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, I GEN. CHAIILK8 II. GltOHVKNOR. trlot of the A. M. E. church, which had staff. He brother- reliable and liberal.riTUSVlLLE .
he ADVOCATE: was a
been In session for over a Week on the orid.a.
\ President's life long Friend, Comrade oamp grounds of the association, Just a-law of Mr. E. Simmons, who a few O. S. Sohuy-tor: Titusvi1lo, F :

In War and Colleague In Congress. Was louthwest of Titusvllle\ was brought to months ago retired from the manage- FLORIDA.
I I near his side with other great men when i close on Monday morning. The at nent of the Cocoa Ice Factory. He Correspondence Invited.
his were cloned In death. Followedthe few eaves a wife and several children to
eyes tendance was quite large-probably a FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,
.. bier to the National Capitol and to thousand white and colored people beingn mourn his loss.
Canton. The General requires a share of the grounds during the week. The many East Coast friends qf the -We want to draw the attention of Lake City Florida.
the proceeds of his book to be devoted to Exclusion trains were run' for the oolaalon leoeased will regret to learn of his and our numerous: readers along tbe East

a McKinley Monument Fund. Thus. and our town was Inundated with coding; 2oast, and throughout the state In gen; Eighteenth Year Beginning Sept. 30, t 19OI.
every subscriber becomes a contributor colored people who acted ID a very orlerly iral, to the advts. of the live and ener
to this fund. Millions of copies will be manner throughout/: the meetlngft. FLORIDA STATE FAIR. ;etio business men wbo are bidding for Four courses of four years, In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering, Latin
sold. Everybody will buy It. Orders for Sheriff Jos. P. Brown was on hand share of your patronage In the columnsf ictonce. Classics. One year's course In Business, Stenography, Typewriting and
i the asking.: Nobody will refuse. Elegant nearly all the time; and his presence Johns River Line will\ the ADVOCATE. If you are in need Pelegrapby. A preparatory course of one or two years, as required, for those wish-
Photogravure Portrait of President with a staff of constables-undoubtedly The Clyde St. for round of any particular line of goods, tbe pink ng to prepare for the College. Post-graduate courses are also offered.
of fare
: MjoKlnley's- picture taken at the lid much to prevent any unpleasantness tame a rate one the St. Johns River trip to aper will tell you the best place to buy Young men under military discipline. Young women under refining home In-
White House. You can easily and quick. or rowdyism either on the part of whiter rom any point and on accommodate bera.; Read the ads. tw.e-_ at Foster IIall. Tuition free to Florida students. Olher expenses very

ly clear $1,000 taking orders. Orderout- colored people. There Is no better tar facksonville Jes who desire return to visit Florida's great mail. Fine modern buildings and first-class equipment.,
Chance to success, scours and W.\NTED-8enl'at rVrnoii of character and For catalogues address
fit quick. prove Sheriff In the State than Joe Brown, air to be held Nov. 10 to :2.1. These ,
yearly contract and become Mana when be Is around the people have ft con- ate will enable our people to view Jachlonvllle rood: reputation represent In each State and tone' In this" oounyie.rulred)01 ee-> T. H. TALIAFERRO, C. E., Ph. D.,

ger.: Outfit free. Send 12ots In stampsto scions feeling security. Long may he at a very nominal expense.: The shushed, wealthy bnnlnem house: ; f"I't..oJ' President.

pay elegant: of wrapping:, packing Taking and 10 Hold the oHloe In which he has always are from Sanford Jacksonville and re- :itandlnR.: :: : I Salary' (IS weealy each, with Wednesday expenaesnlditloualalip.yebleIncaeh :

I mailing prospectus. : shown himself so faithful and diligent. urn will be only $: :!. the same from Blue ilreet from heart om.-... Home and carriage furilahed -
I to BO orders daily BOHX copies will be Dere ford St.Francis and Astor when neo......,.. Reference. Enclose UNIVERSITY.
Springs, JOHN. B. STETSON
I
I i sold In this vicinity Address, Pines. Jaoklonvllle. alf-addreaaed stamped eov tope. Afanawr, ale
aDd less from other .nearer -
' \ CONTINENTAL ASSEMBLY Cold leo rase of points Caxtoa BulldlUR:,Chloaito.. SOdeo
, TIlE .
;1- Corcoran Bldg., ODD. U. 8. Treasury, The Clyde service Is l first class and the . DeLaund, Florida .
Washington D. C. Experiments In keeping pineapples ID Notice of Application for Tax
,
de.
Is
Johns river
tbe
St.
Iin very
{ gold storage In this country seem to be rip on Courses Study are equivalent to those of the best American inatitutiofaBuilding
will be sale
Tickets on only by
Igntful.
" wanting. It seems quite probable, how. mrser of the steamer, and will be good Deed. and equipment cost more tfcan 230000.: $6 ,000 will be added to tbiil

:h'l I Georgiana. ever, that this method may be developed torthbound Nov. 18th and :20th with final plant l during tl.e coming year. Tb..University Includes the following:department:
when the fruit shall become sufficiently hitler Section 8 of Chapter t888,La_of Florida.VTOTICK .'
II""
I'' abundant and the cold storage plants limit returning Nov. 24th. See schedulen Law, College./: Academy, Normal and Practice School, 'Music, Art, Business.
; ; IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT MRS.
it t Mrs p. A. Black returned to Palm lutUciently numerous this Issue. :/% E.A. Fields purchaser of Tax OrtlncaMNo. Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice In ,the courts of
Beach, Monday The experiment has been tried In New Ill dated the Orb day of Julv, A. D. 'lorlda without examination.For .
) South Wales and reported upon favorably.Since J_ Jtfforcon In St. Lonls. 1 DM,has flleil, uld oertlftoau 'deed' oflloe, and
Miss Maude Laughlln came home, b.. made appl nation lor tax to Issue Inecordateswith catalogue address tbe president,
this fruit may be obtained at all .. law. Said ortlnoat, embraceshe
j I :Monday, from Eden. times of the year no great effort In this Mr Edwin C. Gould, wbo Is represent- following described. property. situated inIravard J. F. FORBES.
.'. G. W. Holmes of City Point was direction need be expected until the demand ) eouuty. Florida tn-wlli Part of 8. E. Wf :=!
' Dr. ng the celebrated Purina Mills, of St. N. K.: K,dPM1""I..I Used Book 8 Page 38,
down Monday night at "Uncle IIllghl ." shall have been supplied during Louie Mo. the ADVOCATE office a Milan 15,Townhlp4.a.Rang.aei.foontalnout : -
the season In which the greater part of .llye.terda"I and showed us ft acre. The uul land being aM>M d at the
I Bower from Palm Peasant () WARREN FITCH.Dealer
, Ilervev came up date of the Issuance of such certificate In the
, Beach Saturday, visiting home folks the crop ripensCHURCH be following: telegram he had just re- ama of George; Such. Unless laid certificate .
elved. .ball Ni redeemed nooordlnv to law, tax dead In-
until Monday. the actor' rill teen thereon on the lath day of November
Jefferson
: Mrs BIsbee and Mr*. Field of Lotus antiof NOTICES.The In"Joseph tbe world, takes lunch, greatest to-day at tbe A. r>. 1Oil.Witness.my official signature and seal this IIDES, FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX! TALLOW, ETC., ETC.,

I were calling on friend In the north lining room of the employees of the the 18th day of October, A. D. 1901. Make me you shipments Prompt Attention.P. .

town, Thursday. Indian River Baptist Associationwill 'urlna Mills' the greatest\ cereal mills In CI.rk; 1L14.1[Circuit Court of A.Bravard STEWART County, Florida. O. Box 301. . . Jacksonville, Florida.
.. Mr. and Mrs. Page, Mr. and Mrs. meet In Titusvllle, Nov. 8th to 10th.A. the world." Many of Joe Jelter on'. -
and Mrs. P. A. Black were Invited cast: Coast friends, will, no doubt be
Hughes/: Slrdefleld will, I>. V.t preach
Notice of Master's Sale.UNDER .
home of pleased' to know where he Is.
to meet at the hospitable next Sunday at llardeevlllo at 10 a. m., SEEDS.:
}tr. and Mrs Htscock, Saturday evnnlng. and at City: Point at 2 p. m. All are invited -
It was a pioneers' reunion of the claw A' T...,...,. Danes.The AND.HT VIRTUE OF A DECREE .
of the old settlers [ ..... and aala lamed out of the
all
and 11aud were
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tlrcuisCourt in and for lirevard County ONION--White and Bermuda.GENUINE
In the Presbyterian Church Red .
Services
that came here In those two years, lorlda, bearing data ash e ,.
will
next "Sunday: : Preaching at 11 a. m., Tllusvllle Cherokee Club give"Tackey r dite"r:
except Mr.( and Mrs White and Mr. and IUI, In a online herein riarah
Miss Bower that are living,: here now. mil 7:19: p. m.' Sunday school at U:43 a. a Dance": the Opera house on Hnlkley; I* complainant an.f Anua E.Oil,.,.
Christian Endeavor at 3:30 m. Wednesday evening, Nov. Oth. It Is particularly .nd 8tla P Olblm are ilefemlanta, I will sell In
Some are dead and some have moved n. ; p. requested that every member of fro"t of lb.Court House,at Titusvllle, Florida, Imported Stock, Just Received. Flneet- Strains of Garden Seed"lorlda -
The evening was spent very oa tha
away. the club with ladles attend this dance,
pleasantly In talking and laughing over Notice of' Drawing of Jury. and dress, In "lackey., No dress suits FIRST MONDAY IN NOVEMBER: Seed Rye and tlO Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats Barley.
and
the pleasures, hardships privationsof (lowed. ting! the 4th day or November A. D. 1901, duo 3fr'Send for
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those old times. 1011 the legal I hour of .ale, to tai. hituoitt and Catalogue.L.
The Judge of the County Court and I>Mt bidder for cash all the mortitaKeil: property
LheSheriff of Brevard County, Florida A Card Party. entlonad In said decree >f foreclomire,to.wit: CAMERON. The Seed Store
Save Two From Death. t",U I and: In block 1CJ of the town of !tIel. ,
will\ meet with the Clerk of the Circuit iiirtie, Florida,a* per plat on file In the Clerksfloe 125 East Bay Street FLA.
"Our little daughter had an almost fatal Court at the Clerk's office In Titusvllle, Mr.:and Mrs L. A. Brady of this place, :( of Ilrerard: County Florida.M.. !' JACKSONVILLE,

attack of whooping cough and bronchitis tirevard County, Florida, on Tuesday, / live a very enjoyable progressive wblst Bpanlal Maitter i.OLDSMITK.In:
:
," writes Mrs. W. K. ilavlland, of he 6th day of November. A. D. 1IM)1, at party at their residence, last Friday cve- A. D.PENNEY,Solicitor for Complainant.Cbaneerr.
Armonk, N. Y<, 'but, when all other ll o'clock a. m., for the purpose of drawng Ding. and at Its conclusion, Mrs. W. N. The Oldest Established Grain and Bead House In the BtateW1 .
remedies failed, wesared her life with the Jury to serve at the Fall Termf leudry was the lucky winner of the TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.
Dr. King's New Discovery Our niece, Circuit Court In and for Brevard ooun- rlze. Refreshments were supplied ad.bltum. .
who had consumption In an advanced ty: Florida, which said Court convenesn o.
& 0
stage, also used this wonderful medicineand the 23th day of November A. I>. 1WH, The following are the times of arrival : .:: .. ..6.;.. Bows

to-dajr she Is perfectly well." Pes- being", the fourth Monday thereof. The and departure of passenger trains to and

perate throat and lung diseases yield to public will take notice and be governed House for Sale. from Titusvllle: GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS .
lr. King's New Discover, as to no other iccordlngly. UT..tKV1tD ,
medicine on earth. Infallible for coughs Witness my hand and the seal of the A nine room house located finished area Tltnsvtlle for Miami and at 1:K oe pan.Intermediate .

and colds. BOcts and *l bottles guaran Circuit Court this the :a-Jth day of Octo- aud In good condition, near the point. Flour. Grits Meal and Fertilizers
teed by Wilson; :Son.:: Trial bottles free. bert A. D. 1001. curt house, on the corner of Palm and aowmaaoexn.av.Tlut.vlll.forJack.onvtlle at 1 M:! ?MIiLS
PJO.
[ l.. 8.] A. A. SrrwABT: Palmetto Sts. Apply f>n premises or to and Intermediate points. CT. Levee, via 112 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,
notice ads on this Clerk Circuit Court, M. D. I.. DODSOX, M Tltiiivtlta for w TOAa.m
:17Ibutiding,: psge Brevard Fla. 3m Titusvllle, Fla. Arrl.,..TltasvlUa from Sanford 1:20: gts. forfurtna Feed.
county, p.ma Warehouses System
are rive cents per line per week on tracks of S. A. L. R',. and Plant

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