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 15, 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: VID00373
Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL. as. NO. 12. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15:-: 1OO1. PRICE, Co. .1 1



LOCAL NEWS Sam Perkins,Sanford, cleans clothes. SAM PERKINS, Sanford, Is Dyeing.Mr. -Every Friday bargain day at Gard DEATH OF MR. JOHN GOODE.Mr. AMONG THE HOTELS. : f
ner's Tltusvllle. _
CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH Geo. E. Muriel, of DeLand, was Ii

And Topics of General Interest. Gallery,Titusville, and look at samples in town, Tuesday. -Mr. F. M. Woolen of Turnbull, was John Gooilo a well kown residentof Where to stop along the East Coast., I
i
In town from until Melbourne died Monday afternoon at
Thurs
Wade TO Wednesday See list of hotel on 7th
-Mr. Jones, after spending al. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO page
day. 2 ?!W o'clock, after a short Illness a few <<
THE ADVOCATE, most a week at Jensen, returned here on Dr. Dodson, near Courthouse C days. lie was born near London, England The ADVOCATE: Is now on file at all i

$1.50 per annum, In advance. Saturday. -'Ve return thanks to our hunting Attorney Geo. M. Robbins left here, August 0, 1813, and was a florist by the best hotels In New York city. !
Jacksonville attend
$1.00 '" six% months, '. -Capt. J. O. Walton's house in South friends who no kindly remembered. this yesterday law,matters.for to to profession. He came to Chicago In 1813 Where to stop In Tltosvllle See TI. \ !

$2.00 per an. to; foreign countries. Tltnsvtlle Is for rent, furnished. Apply office with some fine quail. some and for many years was In business In tusvllle hotel ad on our 7th page.
at this office. -Capt. W. II. Sharpe, of Sharpes, was that city, and In 1883: he came to Florida
-Mr. Pierre S. Titus who has been In
In town yesterday, and bought two horses seeking health, which he found here. Lease and furniture of a good hotel
subscribe for the ADVOCATE
When you -Mr. Willis E. Gerow agent' of the Savannah for a few weeks returned to
,
from Mr. lie owned a large tract of land on the for sale. !See ad. on this page.
by the year, It does not cost you Standard OH Co., passed through; here, Tltusvllle the end of last week, owing to Magruder.The ho has !
south side of this town where
three cents per week, postage Included. Monday, on his way to various places the illness of his wife yawl-yacht, Uneeda, has been Mrs. M. A. Curtis, who has been spendIng
the eighteen making a
south of Tltusvllle. chartered G nut spent post years several months Naples, N. Y., was
.1.
to to
by Supt. run
date of expiration printed
Note This -Mr. W. E. French, Daytona's well beautiful home for his family.Mr. southbound :
Sunday's ,
the Canaveral house until t.belub' among passengers
your paper or wrapper every week. -Mr. J.E, Ingraham, chief of the land known veterinary surgeon, wan' anftong\ clltb- Ooode was the father of Postmaster h to Eden to in readiness
launch la In commission.Dr. . on < way get
la a receipt for your, money. No need department of the Florid East Coast Tuesday's southbound passengers, on put It. W. Goodo, of Melbourueand Mis. her hotel jr! the Netherby, one of the most I

for us to send receipt for subscription. Railway, was among Monday's southbound his way to( Eau Gallia.ikJr J. B. Soreven and Mr. Fred A. I. C. Moore of Kosnlanii. A loving wife and popular stopping places la the t

The date rives It to you, passengers, en route to Dade Co. A first-class ticket over the Mallory Morgan left here, yesterday, for Day tonal and six children, two daughters and four nosy pineapple belt.Manager .
where the Doctor will ride the camel sons, twenty grand-children) and eight
-Mrs. F. T. who has been visiting Brunswick to New and
Budge Line York y
,
Peck of Hotel
S. II. Plaza
Is take the degree great-grand-chlldrun survive him. ,
TUB EAST Co VST ADVOCATE on Chapter Masonry.Mr. .
her and Mrs. James for sale reasonable.
news-stands at five parents, Capt. return, Tbe funeral took place Tuesday at Rookledge, was it pleasant visitor to Tl I
sale cents at; the following' : Pritchard, of Tltusvllle, for a few weeks, ADVOCATE: office, Tltusvllle, Fla. J. B. Magruder; of Orlando arrived 1:30: ( p.. m. The body was laid to rest In tusvllle on WodDesda,. lie Is having .1\
per copy left on Saturday last, for her home at here, Wednesday with a fine stock the work at Ms hotel rapidly pushed }
Titusville-B. R. Wilson Son. -Dr. D. j DIBol, of New York, whoIs low the family burying ground. Among \
J. B. Screven. Miami.Mr. spending the winter at Cocoa, was a of horses. and mules. Is your time those who came to attend the funeral forward, so that the PlAza will\ be In \

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. Geo. F. Paddlson, Eau Oallle's pleasant caller at this office on Tuesday to buy a good, servloeable horse at a were Mr. Joseph Williamson, of Mlooo, readiness to receive guests by the let of ,

News stand,Union depot well-known lumber merchant, was a sfternoon. He Is delighted with the cheap rate/ Mr. Allan Campbell, of Koselami, Mrs. December. Watch our 7th page. 1

pleasant caller at this office on Tuesday, beautiful weather we are having.Mr. -Mrs. G, G. Howard, who has been 111 Valentine, Miss Valentine and Mr. Soars Mr. E. J. Mathewson, of Narragansett
on his return from short visit to New for time left here of Tillman and the Messrs. R. W, andClaude
mr: Reading notice ads. are ten cents a and Mrs. E. M. Brelsford and some past, Wednesday, Pier, to whom the ADVOOATB referred 1
Smyrna. for Philadelphia, to be treated BeKujean, of Melbourne Beach.Most .
per line on this page. family, of Palm Beach, who have been by a In Its last issue, has arrived at St. Augustine
Her sister south few of the business. houses in Melbourpe I.
specialist. came a Mathewsonand
Mrs.
-Elsewhere have ad. of the In York and accompanied by
Fri we an Buffalo New other p aces
-Gardner'
makes special price and returned with Mr. Howard.Mr. were closed during the funeral
days ago Mr. Mathewson who Is
,
lobo daughter.
B
Stetson University, DeJ.and.Thla for some months past have leased the of friends
service and number
a large
days. university well known to Flora Robertson residence, 8t.. Augustine, for and Mrs. Chas A. Gardner, of the new proprietor of Hotel Buckingham i
-Mrs. E. J. Burns of Canaveral was idlans, and should receive a liberal patronage the winter. this place, who have been enjoying vacation the were dear present to show their .respects .to I* gettln his house In order for the : '

in town a. couple of days or so this week. by our people.Mr. of a couple of months or so In the departed one. coming season a business. !
-Mrs. N. 8. Burnham, of West Palm
Judge M. S. Jones paid a visit to St. and Mrs Wm A. Boum, prominent Beach, who had been to Worcester, north expected to leave Brooklyn on Remember, when you visit the State j

Lucte on Sunday, and returned here on residents of Jacksonville, have returned Ma ll., to attend the funeral of her brother Wednesday for. home, where they are -Tax Aa e Wooten, of Cocoa, was Fair at Jacksonville, next week, that the "

Tuesday.Mr. home, after a most enjoyable tripto Mr. II. O. Bradley, passed through; dally expopted. la town yesterday Duval hotel and Westmoreland hotel are 11t.be

T. A. Hlldretb, of Fort Pierce, Boston and New York, where they here, Saturday last, on her way home, Adjutant A. L, Smith and Major C. -Mr. W. A. Llghtfoot, of St. Louis, place where we recommend you to J
returned bone Saturday last, from a have been for the past m nth. remarking that It was very cold when M. Blngham. of tho Halifax Rifles, passed Mo., arrived In town to- RY. stay If ;you feel llk staying at St. Aug.
ustlne at the Florida house or the 1
she left Massachusetts. through here Sat.urdallUIt, en route stop
t
business trip to Jacksonville.Mr. -The attention of our readers-north to the metropolis of Dade to Inspect tbe Judge; D. L. Oaulden left, this mornIng Algonquin hotel See ads. on our 7th
,
and south-is directed to the ad. of the Contractor A. C., Dittmar of Fort
Stanley Jones, who came up to Miami Rifles which are In command of for Sanford and DeLand. pajt'' Also bear In mind the fact that
last to his Rookaway Motor Co., on our 8th page/ Pierce, who was called to town to serve former totel 19 East Forsyth street,
town on Saturday see parents, of
popular townsmen
one our -Mr. John Fleldhusen of New York Windier
,
,
This motor Is said be and
to powerful on the County Court jury, gave our office .
returned to St. Luole on Sunday after. Mr. James T Sanders. Messrs. Smith now open.
: arrived at the Indian River hotel Tltus
.
,
the most perfect, economical and easily- a call on Tuesday, and gave a glowIng
noon last. handled motor made. account of how things In general; are and Bingham returned home Tuesday.The vllle, on Wednesday. Take note of the Netherby hotel ad.

-Major F. M. Taylor Is having his progressing at Fort Pierce. Well done, dance given by the Cherokee -Capt. Bonj. Hogg and wife of Fort on our 4th page. When you pay a visitto
-Mr. W. P. Hatchett one of West .
schooner yacht pulled out on Capt. John Palm Beach's prominent merchants, who Fort Pierce; push ahead all you can. Olub In the Opera house Tltusvllle, on Pierce, passed through here, yesterday, the famous pineapple plantations on 'I
he will Indian River remember the Netherby at
Simonson a ways. The Major says had been to Savannah On. witL his -Mr. A. II. Smith of Daytona Wednesday night, was delightful,affair, on their way to Jacksonville.
put her In fine condition for the winter. spent and the merry dancers "tripped tbe Eden, is ready to give you a hearty wel
wife and little daughter, passed through from Monday until Tuesday In town, on light fantastic1' to the sweet strains of -Major E. W. Peabody, the genial; come. It Is really ". home from home,"
-Mrs. II. W. Reynolds; and her little here, Sunday, on his home Mrs. his home from Stetson University
way
way the Rowe orchestra until after 11 o'clockp. representative of the Tlmes-Union and and those who once stop at this house,
daughter. His Mabel, left here, Sunday Hatohett Is on a visit to her brother. DeLand. From Daytona he went to These dances have become so Citizen, arrived In town yesterday. generally manage to return there The
last, for Eden and Jensen for a couple Jacksonville to make arrangements a m. the heart of the 1
Is In pineapple
returned Tues B3T Have you given It a thought popular that they will be given every Messrs. F. D. Snider of Columbus, Netherby
of days or so. They on football match between the crack play 4
fields oft the train at Ruxton sta
that Chrlsmas so get
approaching and that Baltimore{ ,
Wednesday night.
day. ers of the metropolis and those of De- Gra; J. L. Reaves, of ; and J.
there is a deal of business in holiday O. O'Brien St. Augustine arrived at the
Land. merchants said be ,
-Our to doingan tion.Hotel
-Miss May Valentine, of Tillman. who goods to be done along the East Coast If are Indian River hotel, 1elterdaA 'VI nd Ie under the able management
has been several days In Tltusvllle -Capt. M. McFadden a well known excellent business, and wagon-loads ,
,
spending our merchants advertise and lot people of Mr. C 11. Smith Is said to be a
attending the annual conventionof know what they have for sale t Ihlnk boat builder, of Melbourne, who was on of new goods; are dally arriving. Mr.J. special to the New York World home-like, and up-to-date, hotel
home to with his and R. Walker has had several carloadsof From Jacksonville that Ex-Senator cosy,
the Baptist Association, left for It over. way Daytona son family, says In connection with It being '
on Monday. called at this office on Tuesday to see up-to-date furniture placed In h isIs Wlnklnson Call announces that he will everything
-Mr. C. P. Alexander, of Cleveland, the Walton patent pulley block. Ha store this, week, and he ftitys there no return to NflIIYork, and entirely new. Tills house Is situated on
-The Florida Agricultural 8thepaQee O. writes us to the effect that he regrets thought; It a grand: Invention, and said need for our East Coast residents to Handelsewhere make another ruin fuse the United States East Forsyth street, Jacksonville-No.ID .
Lake City has an ad on our I e will have to miss hU visit Eau Gallic -and those visiting the State Fairn.xt
to there were no end <>t things It could be for It, as lie now keeps a big Senate.! '
This Is one of ,Florida's leading educe I this winter, as he Is attending< the used for to great advantage, stock of the l right Ijlnd of goo<1 week should make a note of this 4 l
tional Institutions and deserves the pat- Stanhupo-Wheatoroft Dramatic bchool -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Oarthslde and The chief clerk at Hotel Windle Is Mr.

ronage of our people. : of New York city The Eau Gallia\ and -At a called meeting of the Cherokee .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watton, of Clifton little daughter, of Miami, and Mr Geo. W. D. Palmer, a very courteous and

and other Items however, he and his family Club, which took place in the Opera were In town WyaLton gave usa II Curry (Mrs. Oirthslde's father) of obliging gentleman. Read ads on our
-Mrs. Geo. W.'Sco'.le daughter read with much interest. house, Tltusvllle, on !Saturuay night last, pleasant call. Mrs. only recently Key West who have been spending' several 4th page.
Merle left here, Saturdai last, for De-I returned from where she months
,
England
it was decided to have a,dance every In Now York city, passed
the
of
Land, on a visit to Mrs. W. M. Wood I Archdeacon B. F. Brown" after spending Wednesday Bight The attention of has been visiting; relations for the post through here, Wednesday, on their way In consequence of the strictness

ward. Mr. Sooble.) who accompanied a few months In the White Mountains members Is drawn to the above and all four years. The change climate seems to their respective homes. They were law with reference to the closing hou.sof

them, returned here, Monday, and left. and Baltimore Md., with his wife, are requested to be present to partlolpate. to bave dune her some good, fur she In all glad; to get; Mouth ajaln-Awa from saloon (public houses)) In England,
the same day for Fort Pie roe. I returned here last a novel Invention I la used a* a sort of
Afternoon
on Friday Music will be furnished by the Rowe now looking remarkably well In health. the cold weather In the North. at
looking remarkably well In health after orchestra and time Is Before coming south Mr. and Mrs. Wat- automatic "bouncer. Punctually
: antici
-Mrs. J. R. Parrott and her daughter a pleasant I
..Mr. Allanson Wing of London and time the following word appearon
-, closing ,
have returned from his vacation. The Archdeacon left; Mrs. ton enjoyed a visit to Boston and other
Miss Helen Parrott, i Dublin who came to this about I a glass face: "Time, please, gentle- .Ij
will Hotel Alcazar Brown with friends in Baltimore, where pated.Mr. places New England; golug from New country
the north and make the -
their home until I she Is under the care of an eminent physician Maurice Goldsmith, who has York via rail, and returning by way of three weeks ago on a visit to Mr. and men" and than an electric gong startsringing J 1
St. Augustine, when Mr. owing to a trouble with her eyes. been In New York, purchasing.a stock of steamer. Mrs. George F. Miles, of St. Augustine, : ; with such amazing power that It
the latter part of December, clothing for the new store of Hendry A who are now at Pomfret Center, Conn ; becomes quite Impossible for even the
Parrott expects that bll new Jacksonville -Attorney O. T. McCarty's genial; Goldsmith at Fort Pierce returned here -\Mr. Peter Nelson, of Perth Amboy, Is at present a guest of Hotel Westminster < i most enthusiastic toper; to hear himselfor

residence will be ready for occupancy. countenance brightened onr sanctum fora on Friday last, and be !left on Sunday: N. J.. who has been stopping with his New York. He Is a noted civil engineer : his companion speak; so out they ;.

-United State Senator Stephen R. while on Tuesday. He was In town for Fort Pierce to get; the store ready fur family at the \Florida house, St. Augustine and has done considerable work i

Mallory of Pensaeola, was In town a for the purpose of atundlog( County opening.; Mr. Goldsmlta has a great for a week or two, came down to lit protecting the shores of England from j go.Mr. Barr of Jnoksonvllle will
A. O. ,
short while on Monday,en route to Palm Coast as well as soliciting exhibits for many blends here who are sorry to see Tltusvllltf on Sunday,to/get his furniture' the encroachments of the sen. Mr. Wlnn the ,,
clerk of:
Bjituh and Miami; and while In Tltusvllle the Florida{ State Fair, to be held In the him leave. put In shape and to see that eveiythlng' Is quite an expert at this business, and occupy a position as chief
metropolis of Florida next week. Mr. laiD readiness for the of Tjlin- Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, managedby
reception I 1
was his to do considerable work of that
he greeted by expect
warmly many -At four o'clock last Friday afternoon Mr. J. G. Bast; with Col. W. G. WI.
friends. While at Miami Senator Mallory McCarty is under the Impression that elf and family In their new home 10out.b kind la tbe United States. The New ,
Mr. J. A. McDonald pulled the whistle nan.** assistant manager. Mr. Barr has
Brevard county will have quite a creditable ; Tltu vllle. On Tuesday afternoon,
York of has
the Society Mining
has been examining barborr tend so exhibit at the Fair. cord that announced the ushering of Mr. Nelson returned to St. Augustine JCnglneers been at the Cliff house, Tallulah Fall. 1
Mr. Wing,
that he be better warmly greeted
might
; the new regime; of nine hours a day labor for his family who arrived In Titnsvllle Georgia, during the pant summer and 1
,
his assistance In Congress; In securing an -Mr. T. Grotjaa RonalJ of Loins .
on the Flagler and other Improvements at Mr. Nelson speaks now !think' he will try tbe Indian River
appropriation for Biscay Bay. after visiting\ .. parents and sister for r Palm Reach, alitoon this side of the lake. I le yesterdayafternoon.! high terms of the Florida house and I ts CHURCH NOYlCES. country for a change. Manager B.. i.

-For the benefit of those who have time, came down to Tltusvllle, Sunday, The 'granting; of nine hours as a labor management.The -- who Is also superintendent of Canaveral

written to this office, asking where the on board his launch. On Monday accompanied day was agreed upon several weeks ago; Club, expects W leave for Chester Shoals
Walton Self-Locking Pulley Block can by Messrs. II. E. Bugbee and to take effect on tbe first of November Ladles' Gnlld of St. Gabriel's Service In the Presbyterian Church next week to get; the Club-house In readiness .

be purchased, we beg to state that theyare D. B. Pritchard-he weat to the Haul. I and It was a pleasure to; Mr. MoDunaldto Eplfoopal. church, Tltusvllle, met at the next lundayi Preaching at 11 a. m.. for tine' opening, which will be on

not yet on the market as the Inven over, duck shooting. They returned on I announce the ratification of that agreement : residence of Mrs. Wm. M. Drown on Friday aDd 7:13: p. m.; Sunday school at 0:43: a, or about the let of December.

tor-Capt. J. O. Walton-Is in New Tuesday, well\ loaded with game. Mr. by personally sounding tbe filstda1' afternoon last. Among other things m. ; Christian Endeavor at 3:30 p. m. I
Bugbee left for his home In St Augustine ., an election of officers for the ensuing Mr. W. W. Palmer, of the firm of Pal.
whistle Lake Worth News.
York forming In connection -
\ Fulwood will the
company afternoon lie*. Dr. preach at mer *: McDowell proprietors of the Hotel
Tuesday saying he was took place and terminated as fol-
with the above. These blocks'can be delighted with his two weeks' vacationIn -Mr. A. R. Gladwln, of Springfield, lows) Mrs. T. T. Wetmore (elected), )Iethodilltehurob,(Joooa, on Friday even. Magnolia, boa returned to St. Angus-
block
used In place of the old kind U of neededwith ritusvllltf.' He was well\ loaded with Mass arrived here, Tuesday, on a visitto president; Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, vice- Inll1'111'; 15th; and will bold quarterlymeeting tine, accompanied by Mrs. Palmer, W.

and no cleat or. trigger, rope duck, quail and other birds. his brother Mr. a N. Gladwin. The president. It was decided to bold a sup. at Titusville, Saturday: eveningand L. Palmer, Mr. and !(Ia. John N. Nance '

the'll. I finny tribe bad now better be on the per and sale of fancy work early In I>e- Sunday, and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Whitney. Mr.
and Mr. C. -Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Hendry. who elerr for Mr. Gladwin Is well known on MacDowell Is expected December I. Mr.
-Mr. W. R. Sanders son, Titusville ember, to raise funds for building a Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Dl-
.
been residents of for
B. Sanders, of Courtenajr, spent from have the East Coast, an an expert angler Ills Uulld room. The next meeting will\ be vine service, with Holy Communion, at Palmer states that the Magnolia will ..
Saturday until Monday in town. Unfortunately many years, left, Monday afternoon, for I record at Titusvllle and Miami last win at the residence of Mrs> I.. O. lirannlng, St. Murk's church Cocoa on Sunday open for the season on Monday, November
valuable horse Fort Pierce, where Mr. Hendry will start ter was a great one and we often .saw 23. During the summer great ..:.
they lost a I ; ; and as matters of Interest are to be dls- next at 11 a. In. Also In St. John's past
River. Messrs. In the clothing business, under the firm him trotting along with string* of floe deal of work !has been done on the property
on the way across Indian ell ...d, a full attendance of member. of church, Eau Gallle, at 7:30: p., m,
Sanders were.bringing; ; It Tltusvllle for name of Hendry A Goldsmith. Quite a. flub of various kinds, that would have tile Guild Is requested. both Inside and out. It has been

sale, and while crossing the river on a large number of their friends were at the started tears of joy In the eyes of many repainted throughout: and many of the ,
lighter, the borne got restless when about station to bid them adieu. Our townspeople of his Massachusetts friends, who sometimes For Sale or Kent, FiiritUhed. room have been refurnished.

half-o-mlle from !Sharpes, jumped over. regret to have them leave, but manage to haul In one or two Stove Wood for Sale. -
The Valencia of St. AUiuatlne'lpopular
: one :
loss
what is Titusvllle's Is Fort IMerce'sgain. -
small brook trout.
board and was drowned. They then An eight room house, la a desirable hotels has for tbe sea
We wish them In opened
River and every success i Leave your order for stove wood with
towed It back Indian
across ocatlon on Ttlrigewood Ave., Daytona son. Mrs. Mary Frazier, for whom the
above where have decided
ofMerrltt's the place, they S.:: G. YASLAMUISOHAM.I .
landed It an unoccupied part .. ;
upon to make their future home. Spray Your Tree Address, hotel was built, has been Its proprietress
Island so that the decompos L. M MpniiAY, Boa 132, For ten year The entire building has
Itlon of Us carcass should annoy nobody. )ray I n if.Draylngor .
r have the agency for one of the best 4t Daytona, Fla. been t repainted. New carpets hare been
Stove Wood For Sale. automatic Rochester Sprayers made and laid In the halls and; In most of throoms.
hauling of all kinds
Empty Sugar and nice Barrels. It will be on exhibition at the registration } promptly Furniture bo been reupholstered
; Clothing Cleaned
J attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Dyed
Leave your orders for wood at Carroll's office In tbe Coart-houae, Tltusvllle, and everything, Inside ami out, I I.
For sale. Address store, Tltunvllle. A. P. GBCBCR. ; during Circuit Court week. Come and wood supplied. Fresh Rod Inviting. The grounds of the

WALTER A. Moons ________ I seelt TOM Joiiwuos' Atrneu HAUMEV Tltusville. Pressed and Repaired. I.adlea'dres..s Valencia are one of Its many attractions

8 George St., Charleston S. C. Oranges For Sale. : LGraoe, Fla. a specialty. Address being spsclous and filled with pretty
I -- Launch For Sale. SAM Punning, flowers and plant., and the modern convenience it
Magnolia Avenue and fltb Htreet, and homelike character of the
Launch for Sale at a Bargain. 1,000 boxes choice Indian River orangesall Photography Picture Frame The Cabin Launch Dswn, 32 feet long, P. O. Box 295. Sanford, Fla. hotel make It very popular with the

Bright to Fancv. Prefer to sell on and Mouldings. 7 feet beam, draft \W Inches, drop stub tourists.

30 foot, class enclosed,naphtha Unnch trees at grove near Mlms I Fla. i windows forward mahogany finished

Orville. Seven trot beam, six horse Address, W., L. THOMAS: Portrait Landscape sod Marine I'hoto- throughout horse power Aloo Vapor' house for Sale.

engine built by Gas Engine A PowerCo. Valdosta Ga. I irrsphs. Portraits In all the latest styles. motor, speed nine mile per hour. In par- Hotel Lease For Kale.

., of Morris Heights, New York, guaranteed Old pictures copied and enlarged, to any fret order. Used one season on the East:. A nine room house, nicely finished -
to be In first-class order, almost Ilildltch Steam Laundry. I size aDd finished la any style desired. Coast of Florida. Reason for selling, and In good condition located near tbe Hotel lease and furniture for sale.

new. For terms, etc., apply toPIITER Florida views for sale. Work finished sudden death of owner. For price and court house, on the corner of Palm and Doing a large business every winter. S
NaUlo? Basket will leave office, of "nn'born for aaa.toora at :rata prlc_... further ..i.XjI.i: ;. apply! tit Palmetto Mts. Apply on premise or to (:loud reason for selling.

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;; the couTmander of the "fia sblp'ti ltJ TRUTH WINS.
opponent. Captain unrciay, a vet. ASPHALT GRAVEL ROOFING
I II under Nelson. Perry that nil bin officers were don"t.uu -
who bad fought
ernn of the Pub-
Sense
l Common
utttu inui'1'a, bu pivuUud. < A o Appeal to the
:4TuItl'4cL Udit touted lo BUliiaiicr, Uu.rfight. .<> (.II' i It4 ..
p sent bill own staff! to the guns but lie MMU With Quick pons
stood It looked al ry '
As things the Verdict.A .
In few minutes the lieutenant, again Reed GOOD FOR 25 YEARS.
was to be the under dog. a GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS.
though Perry; lIubmltt.ed)!
appealed for help. Snl'l' he: "Tl e ocers few short months age we
lp 't II Tbo British outnumbered blm In gUUR article oaJUnl{
been t'ut1own.. Intelligent public an
have
to
o and In flgutTbg men-that 1 III, while the Can I you have sent more me?" Tbe nurgeon's aids attention to tbe discovery of an actual IWITII NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS

crews were about even man for, man. Catarrh Cure. Skeptics there were plenty
wounded wlJo
all of tbe
and finally
tbe Britons were all seasoned flgbtc owing to tbe many worthless preparations
while only 125 of tbe American crews' could pull a rope were, pulled to tbe heretofore offered in this country, lIome

e. I bad been I..actloll. Tbe rest were i re- gun deck. few of "which might; relieve but none The Carder-Campbell Company
The Lawrence bad b"pn In'netlon could this moat distressing dlReRSe.
.r t tA , emits, negroes and fever patients un. helless. cure GUAHAN''EEDCATARRH ] ,
t I tbreu hours aud was completely SNUFFLES, the
able to man tbe guns.
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breeee i CURE reaches the very &eat
Fortunately a sprung up ,
I Perry; bad triumphed over every estucle lIe- and carried her out of ruu e. Tbe taicara \1- of this disgusting disease and removcs Shack No.: I, Foot of Main Street, JACKSONVILLE Fl.A

by the force of enthusiasm. thou sailed to her, uud Perry de0Ll'VE ] the cause, affords .a gentle yet complete
for
eOToO wanted to fight and have It over. The and positive cure. -Soutbern Belling Agents -
VQATE( promise "I'll have tbe enemy In a dl1Y Numerous voluntary'testimonials like

or two." was only an Interpretation ot the following are received dally. WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND (Ian! WEt

his constant bope and ambition. Wben I was troubles with Catarrh In tbe

I his ships stood out to sea point throat, my physician did not seem to ROOFING. Cabot's Shingle Stains and Deadening Felts National 1'r l ,'?,

ffI called tbe sal10rll know what to do for It, and seeing S6

of against tbe Lawrence tbe eueSny about, be blm and bold, much In the papers CURE about"SNUFFLES I thought,"I Works* Structural. and Technical Pain La.DERONDE'S .

CATARRH ,
tug up a flag bearing tbe dying words Tin would try It, and I must say that it baa "I/YTUITE" COLD WATER 1'AINT.H2LXTXTE .

of the bero for whom the brig was helped me so mucb tbat I feel I
already
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PERRY'S VICTORY.THE "My brave lads shall I boUt this?" box of "SNUFFLES": I felt like a new< : BROS.:

Tbe men onswel'edye.. aye sir!" person.-ltav.G.W. McCBAK,Qulnoy,Fin. : ; .

wltb a shout that roared tbrougb tbe: Icannot praise"SNUFFLES" too much.

BRILLIANT NAVAL CAMPAIGN ON whole fleet Cheer upon cheer came It Is a wonderful treatment for Catari I. 1240-1248 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

LAKE ERIE IN 1813. tbe sea from tbe sister ships. The first box gave me such relief as
over

As the men went to quarters Perry bave cured not me,bad although for years I still and keep six a box boxell 00 and Wine Merchants\

1 Ferry Had to Create it Navy to Fl.l... followed and spoke a few words.toeach hand In case I may catcb cold. I shall).. Liquor

I The nrltUlt-No Ship and No Hen. of tbe gun crews. Thea.be told ; 1, ways do my best to recommend It wbet-< ,

bat the llerv \v... 1Jnda..ted-'r"e his sailing master to run the ship to iJ.a1i ever I can. M. E. BAXTER Malboro, Vt.
the
In
houste city.-
: I Fight Woo In Tbre. Hoars.Copyright the leeward. "Then you'll have to en- PK&BY. I am using tbe sixth box of "SNU -Oldest

' [ 1001. by O. I. ItUmor.]- gage the enemy to leeward sir," was elded to transfer: HAZARD his flag to that ship. [FLE am!:feeling:!" and ant better surprised than I at bave the for reault.live Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St. Louis Beers

I', IKttBY bad no tbe response "I don't care. To leeward In an open boat be braved the fire
powerful uaVl or to windward tbey shall tight to- tbe British guns. As tbe boat haul is no discharge and my head Is as clear as

at bls 1 back day" said Perry. up to tbe side of the Niagara a clever .tbell. '1'hlal8 the only Catarrh medlcl OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.

I, when lie net out The bearing of the youthful com., shot bored through tbe aides. Perry that did me any good; ; and I bave tried aDumber. Prices.
mander not at all one of ovcrcon: and J. CALDWKLLEIPasoTexi EyCall or send for
: to redeem tilt' was stopped the leak with his coat lIoon .
but
felt tbe weight of relllonal- SNUFFLES Is no ordinary remedy, -.------------------ - -
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northwest trom dunce. reached tbe deck'of the Niagara. -- -- ---- -

the grasp! i ot blllty and gave his orders In the In flagshipWDl' a firm. I Finding, that the wounded on tbe .i guaranteed complete treatment to cure CATARRH which Is positive In anll 1 ...................... ....

quiet tone. Every gun slaughtered by .
F tbe llrltlsb by Lawrence were being when used according to i ieotlons.
fighting on LukE') Inspected by him before tbe battle British fire her commander Lleute u- orm or.stage There are no powders, acid II. .

Erie. Only a opened. Tbo total crew of the Lawrence -. ant Yarnall hauled down tbe flag As >r Inhalers, but a simple and please I $ 20..IIo..P..o.4 Full I

) ,, few weeks Le. fit for duty Hint day win 103 mell Perry was leaving tbe Lawrence 11 treatment for men, women and cblldren.I I : For *3. \:I, : Quarts o

fora Us famoi and boys. She carried twenty gun sailor tossed tbe flag bearing tbe tnott Don't delay but send for It at once and '.

victory be op. I and the brig Niagara also mounted "Don't give up tbe ship" to him 'ontl write full particulars to your condltlmd OF THE CELEBRATED 7YEAROLDCalhoun .

It'll to tlauthorities twenty cannon. Tbe brig Caledonl be unfurled It on tbe Niagara.. Signal you will receive special advice from
" > pen remedy
.s / lu' with five schooners and one sloop COD for "close action" oDd he discoverer ot this wonderful Pure
i all fife was then given without cost beyond the regular price of Rye Whiskey :
WashIngton I 111 plated tbe fleet, mounting/ the Niagara running across the bow he remedy.

the followlt four guns. Captain Barclay commanded and stern of two British ships, raked Prepaid to. any address on receipt of$1.

language: "Giro me men sir," bo wrote two, ships of war two brigs 8. them fore and aft with broadside fire: Address Dept. C 70i5, EDWIN B. GILES Avoid We all ship comment.In Plain Wbon I'uthance! you gut, no it and marks tent to it,Indicate if it in. not contents antlftfnotorv.which, mtnrn will o

his superior "and I will acquire botb schooner anjj-a sloop, mounting slit Tbe carnage was awful and the NI- & CO., 2:130-33:: Market St. l>Pblladelpbl It tour ex|>eu.e and your$3.20wilt chaerfully)' refunded. Thl.whlakeyIs} .
three of the Brltls as good A.any $5.06 grads in the market. We are close At hand and can give
gun .
and honor and glory otbU next got astern --
for you ,myself agars ---- -. -------- -- ------ quicker delivery than distant bonnes. We have boon doing bnainnm in .
.lake or perish la the attemptThe Perry BO' maneuvered as to bring .the brig Lady Prevost alai raked ber witLhe' you this city and at the game.tand for !*O :r..re, And AS to our renpoualbllltyuU

scarcity of men was but ooo of tbe Lawrence alongside the British tlng. port battery.All GENERAL DIRECTORY.u. reputMtlou for Diluent dealing we refer you to any bank.or merchant hers .
ship at the outset of the fight a chit American slips folio or to the editor this paper
difficulties coufronthiK Perry at that tbe other 1- .
Ing of tile breeze placing his fleet to tbe The SOLOMON & LEVI
of the Niagara
time. There were 110 -ships until he pd the example . 8. LAND OFFICE.
built them for tbe enemy had swept windward of tho enemy. Tbe first abot, British flagship lost all her masts, the f.8. ..........'RepIMler.W. : . 1928-1930 First Ave., P. o. Box 33, Birmingham, Ala.JVOTIOK .

everything bearing tbe American l1ag was from Captain Barclay's flagshl Queen Charlotte next In rank was al. G. Rolilnnon..Florida.V. ..Heceivi. . -We pay 'churtros to nil points reached by the "SnnthftrnCompuny Express e
Detroit. It crashed through tbe Offices! at Gainesville,, ," htit to point, r.t\::\ "uf other expreiMoonipanliM w. prepay only to points
tbe '
from tbe waters seized tbe vast tart 10 disabled and fifteen minutes aft whirs Southern Hx.ireKH Com puny tratiHforn to mild other compuny. We vanunt "hip .
tory of Michigan and were planning to bulwarks of the Lawrence sliowerlu tbe Niagara closed with tbe enemy the 8. SENATORS.) O.O.D. Price list for other good on uppllcation When writing please mention tbla paper.

extend the oiulnlou of Canada along tbe men at the guns with 'splinter. British i brig Hunter hoisted a whit J. P.TaUnferro.. JarVsonvtlI. .I'en..col.... .

the Ohio and Mississippi to the gut The other leading ships of the Drills!b I' Hug. Perry then lowered his pennniDU I. ILMallorv.. ..........................

Tbe recovery of Lake Erie was the line nlno made tbe Amcrlcnn fiiigsli I' .the Niagara, boarded u yawl and U, 8. CONGRESSMEN.toliettW. ..
until she was disabled Davis. .. .Platl
drat step toward checking Itrltlsb at a steady target. : made for tbe Lawrence again. Wlie 8. )I. Sparkman..Tam i, .

irrcKRlon. and to this herculean tas and The captured.Lawrence suffered! heavily trom'' shambles.he reached her Tbe, she decks was were)Ike a slipper Con tin FLORIDA LEGISLATURE OS:: : -S. B Ii TT Hivdl cSc CO. ,
Master Commodore Terry was calve : .
..flenAtor.K.
when he was but twenty-sis years tit tbe concentrated tire of the Urltlsl with blood. Broken masts, gun enrlages E..N.B.Mmlck Rauleraon Palm Port Beaeh 1'lerce,....ReprescntatnKXECUTJVB Sly ate w. lta,8t.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
and Perry made nail to get to dost dismounted coils of
lie bad served In Tripoli and during cannpn
tbe troubles with France but WIUI quarters and bring his short rang rope and shattered' timbers were crlm- DEPARTMENT

guns[ Into piny. Ills ship WAS Instant! with American In tbe aft or I Itbe Vm. 8. ..lennlnd... ..-... Ooveint
!gore.
without actual experience as an 01 son wfonl,.,...Secretary of SUI
l becalmed, and as his con oi*$ could not surrounded by evidences ot I no. L Ct .TreBnirfVro. :
ganlzer and commander.Orders ship ames R. WtiltnVld FULL
tome to bill aid ho fought hgnlnst\ terr lestructlon and butchery Perry received H Lamar.... AttornejUeneriV. a FULL
to go to tbe lakes reached tbll ...Bwpt.Pwlillo, InBtruottoI. .
N. Slieuts.
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hero at his station lit Newport, aud he We odds having to contend sing one by one tbe swords of the vat I. E. McLIII..Comull..luuer AgrlciiltutLlonniC. .
handed wltb the British flagship and British officers. Then with bill Croom.Comptrolle: t
started In the middle of winter wit lulsbed ,.AdntantJenn, f
.Clliroril H. Foster
Ills thirteen-year-old brother Jamea a. three others of Barclay's most powerfi cap for a writing table, tbe young her obu Hra-iford... ..... .... ...Mllrv..,ur-fleneral. EXPRESS EXPRESS
Gradually the of tliLawrence ........ .. State Chan .
vessels.
guns ,
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Rose PREPAID
his sole companion through the wl disabled, and at lust wrote on the back of an old envelop l.K. Otttces a t Tallahss.ee. ,Florid PREPAID; 'I '
derness then reaching from tbe voile were aken; from bill pocket the Immortal
et tbe Mohawk to tbe frozen nortl. only one on her engaged side could be words which announced to tbe world SUPREME COURT JUDGES ,tt J 20

,i worked. At tbe end of one hour ever Lake Erie, "We bar 11[. H.Mabry.......t.Chief Jnstle
land.! The journey was made In rud Ills victory on .arter.\. A.sociute Justtc
F. u. ( ?
brace and bowline had been shot awe; "
sleighs over wood paths and In cauoei net tbe enemy-and tbey are ours: two H.F. jj$420
tier sails In shreds and her sparshattered. '
and the only signs of human being were hips two brigs one schooner and on> RAILROAD CO ..1I8810 ERS.H. ,
All but twenty of her Itrew 64tSi
t along the route were furnished by sav iloop." Gconac L. KILMER. [.E.Day, ..b..rm.n..Galnenvlll.L. : '
who hovered on the trail In ei lay dead or wounded. Morgan: ... ... .. .....:...Ja"pe . .
ages
Socket's Ilai. Often Perry's flagship. was In danger M. Bryun:.., ., .,.Klsnimuw ArraulHeM'qusrturs :: 1 ?
of plunder. "
pectatlon if being blown up. One shot from tbe White's Cream Vermifuge remove the ohn L.'' Seulev' ,Jr.and, emcee at TaMaliasnee Kla. IDoz.I $450
i bor. on Lake Ontario was the first I'ort of inhoivlthy tissue upon which worm
British knocked tbe snuff p ..
i inado. A few half starved men, bn!. guns but brlve ; It brings and quickly a health CIRCUIT COURT. I
HirhtcHl candle luta tbe magazine 1
died around meager flrt's were tIlIl onditlon of body where worms oanncxlst. \[I nor B. Jones, Tltu.vllle.Circuit Jndp: DELIVERED FOR QtS
: only represeutatltes tbe naval per he spark was quickly extinguished by Price 23 cents. Wilson & Son. J. 1>. neKKR. Term-Fourth, Urlandn,....iPrmeciitlnir Monday In April.Attorn 12

, i sonnet awultlug tbe future master of gunner. Two cannon balls passe! Fall Sprln form-Fourth Monday In November. $12
magazine. Owing to tbe s
.hrough tbe a
tbe lakes. English aft
Ten thousand sovereigns .
Law BREVARD COt !mTY CIIURT.A.
bull of the
I iballowness of the
Among the citizens of tbe region er lying In an old bulk at tbe bottom ot .D. .County Judy:
wouude
, 'I who were smugglers .s a rule then ence ber cockpit where the ttnes B. Andrews,......Proeecutlnn Attorn..y.A. Ajrentt for the Pabst lirewiuK Co.
ay, was above water line and exposeo Lake Champlain for a century and iluurter A. Stewarl...... .. ... .., County Clerl
i was no enthusiasm for armament or ( have been, recovered and ar<.. Spring Term-Beoonil Mnnilav In May. -- -- --
Wounded were
conflict for tbey knew that armed ofl]. : British flre. men Bummer Term -Socoml Monday In August.
I below Ott In tbe bank at Kalrhaven VIrie In .rHE'
allied while being carried low Fall Term-Second Monday PABLO BY SEA LIVERY.
date of tbe United States would prove in February,
Second Monday
,, \ awkward neighbors. Proceeding finally er. were struck while In tbe surgeon'. gold banters who bare dug up allof Winter Term-

several America lands. Toward the clone of tbe nctlo > Long Island looking for CaptainCldd' COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
r to Erie where ) 11:. Minis Superlntendent.BonaventunM :'urnouu of all descrlp- Illy SADDLE HORSES,
R.
I keels had been laid down Perry learned treasure will transfer their 01'eratlons ""' t J. M. Dixon chairman TltitKTlIU its

: ' that the British meditated an attacl to Lake Champluln.Herblae R.N.Andraws, Cocoa; C. I'.Platte,tort Heroc U ons: ? BAGGAGE Transfer,

I I upon that place to destroy the shipyards COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. M

and materials and his first step) sweetens the breath, brightenbe J.R. Walker rhalnnan, TltntTlllej; John R.Mlot. TRAPS, H.iUr..NO, Etc.
, was to drlU'the shipwrights for de and clears tbe complexion with ,Indlnnola t R.A. CymkllnE:, Tlllnmn;Job
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eyes Bell Wnlte
Frank CltjKulu
I t t fenslve battle. Some volunteers were out the slightest 111 effect whatever, andInlures 0..Jones. ,sessions Woodl yJ.arc held ,rat Monday In.II&cb ,SURREY, '_ Wm. WILKINSON,

, drawn Into service, and before tb< tbe natural bloom of be<b.D. won b.
I British got ready to strike tbe brlgi R. Wilson" Son. Price 60 cents BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.D. LAUDAUS, Proprietor.
Titiinvllle: .... .County Judnis. ; :
A. Penney
: \: Lawrence and Niagara were ready foiaction. /I .I.. E. Andrewa. Tttusville;. ... Pro All,. ICTORIAS Pablo Beach, Fla.
About that time also five .etllu. Tour Diamond. A.A. Stewart Tltnaullle,.,..County Clerl.
; Woolen Cocoa ......Tax As.e>M>i.
'I ships were released from blockadIng Makes Pt.'Ople"ho buy diamond, are apt to J.Eo,F.W. HallTltu.vllle........ ......Tax Polleetoi --
reflections their extravaaeee ... '.. ....... .
Treaanrei
: duty at tbe mouth of Niagara river and newer upon F., H. Itoye.TI'n..Ule. h
/( with the remark Mint diamonds area R., E. Minis, Honfiventure....., Sllpt.! llib. lint. ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE.
ordered to Join Perry. After bulletluf; Weak nl J. n. FrlM, TlinnTllle. ..County Soneyotr.HrownTltn.vllle .
good Investment find that they can -
...... Shorin
about some days In constant danger ol .f.
rays get their money back on tb..lU.Tbla T.J. Cocks hutt,LaUran ge..Rej letrotlon Officer.
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capture they reached Erie just as the Women Is plausible sad partly true but not

I British squadron bove In slgbt ant! t'ntlrel,. The ring Itself though the ul >- T1TU8VIIXE: TOWN COUNCIL
M. B.Jones, jr., marab,1.n,1
t blockaded tbe port. When at last tb i'ronga el/n l may be elaborate, ns It sometimes I It, A. D.tax Penney collector mayor: C.| S. Suhuyler clerk am
r vessels were together which was the 10 nien's rings, and of the finest and most tre..u..r., John Henry, tax ...... oIOr; D. J.n.u"I"n. .
I female weakness for five J. M. DlTon.O. F.Dureno. ,
sneered from
"I rtistlcof. workmanship, will seldom brlu,
r middle of July there were only enough ionths.." write. Miss Belle Hedrick of R. Wakeranmolhtlen. the oonncll weelallra
1> men to man one ship. "Send me cffl lye Putnam Co., W. Va. "I was treated more than the worth of the gold unlesrsld Tuesday In each month.
1 If but be did me no good.wrote to an1 Individual and styles of scttiiiu(
t cers aud men wrote Perry "and b y a rOOd physician TITUSVlUjr BOARD OF TRADE.
J to Dr. K. y. Fitrct, Buffalo, hange enough to make old fashions uflittle
f will have tbe In a day or two. .
enemy No y., for advice which I received telling value > 0.111'. Bobbins,president; J.M.Dixon tretsr
I In response to this appeal 300 sailors "le to take his FAVORITE PRGSCRIP.ION. : A woman Inreduced circumstances re'ntly ,J. n. lt-t.scret.ry.In each month at Meets their eeoml rooms.Wed

f were given him to man ten warships. .' When I bad used the medicine a ,, sold a ring! which cost at tbe thullof day night
Suddenly whim all was ready th lonth my health was much improved. Itbaa its piirchaM 5150 for $-40.' It li a clus.tl'f FREE AND ACCEPTED MASONS.
I continued to improve until now I can ndtan No.HO,holds Its meotlninaeoond ,
l waters of the lake fell so low that, It wOllt at almost all kinds of housowoik. 1bad ring \\JIb nine small diamond nr the[ River and Ixxliro fonrtb Friday evening of eat'hmonth.
was lunpoHRtble to get the ships over scarcely any appetite but it Is nil Minding a larger one. Th. ring was upruUed ,at their lodge rail near court house
f" tbe bur without lauding tbe guns and iKht. now. Have Ruined several pounds in at a jewvler'H. who sot the pica. ., ion: o'clock p m. G....W. scubie W. M.,,:
of scows, eight I would advise. all who surer from, l'nt value upon it. It U II pretty ring, F.\forian.I'Ieo'l.' -
bulls
the by means
flouting htonic diseases to write to Dr. Pierce." ,,1th white stones and brilliant, but It I itDt ORDER OF EASTERN STAR.
This proceeding under the eyes of the worth tliiiil 1 of whet It was forty
a
No. 1 1, bold lu meeting
enemy would be suicidal so Perry f- it Makes "pars ago when it en me Into the p "8e'' n rrlenilahlp the Muwmlo Chapter Lodge room Tltimvllln I on the d
waited, and the British finally abandoned IIlon If its original owner. Dealers. inUIIM ,it.Tudav In each month ate e0o'cliwkp m'd :

their watch and sailed away Sick at say al.o. that diamonds> lone In ...( the tblrd m. Tuesday The lollowliin In eacb are month the omen at T..:olilmlir Jo'clock Y.- "-+, r

over tbe lake. This was Aug. 2::!, and eight penvptlbly with wear and for p.*! Mr*. C.B. Bchuyler worthy matron|III.
before daylight; on the 3d. after a teJI- tbRt renMMi 'become los vuluntile.' -:Niwork .. K. R. Wilson, worthy patron) Mm. F. d.. tl''
Mr F. A. Monren,
Women (" :ages, asuorlaM matron; }
ous operation unloading and hoisting Times. tr arurert; Ml.. Aleph Mima aecrrtarv; Mr.: )
by means of scows, tbe I.awrellce'and - - --- -- (...I.. M. Roliblna,coddnrue.. ; Mrs H. (1. Wll.i .
Well ,aiMxiljat temnductress t Mrs.J. it. Scrercn
Niagara floated over tbe bar. Some To the Public. Adabl" Mm.John H., Wa'ker.' Rutb; Mr. F. A: 4 .
British ships appeared and made. a !\( inntn. Father; Mr*.0..... W. Scohte Manbai"T. l i T
Allow me to say a few words In praise .1\Ira. T. Wetaors, Manbai; Mrs. W. M.Woodward .
display of bunting/ and canvas, then of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. I bad ,,Elect:

sailed away north. a very severe cough and cold and feared

With his fleet fairly launched on the I would get pneumonia, but after taking -Secure' your reservations over theCJ'1de ..........
lakes Perry completed bill equipmentand the second dose of this medicine I felt L'ne at the ADVOCATE office, TItunUle. S- r

wltb a force of COO men and allmlted beuer, three bottles of tt cured my coldant ._ '

supply of powder and boll followed : the pains In my chest disappeared I rjT"We would esteem tbe favor If ourreader Fine Job Work ExecutedAT

tbe path of the enemy. After. tor tlrely.health I Ilalpb am most S. Meyers respectfully, Thirty.yours. I -, when writing or calling np01lour Quickly
bo between
maneuvering got
considerable merchandise
tenth St. Wheeling, W. Va. For sale I Iby advertisers to purcbue ,
tbe British fleet and its base of 1 all druggists and medicine dealers. eto., would mention the ADYOOATB. THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.J.l .

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Professional Cards SORES ANBULCERS. FOR THE HOUSEWIFE The Change of !HARDY SHRUBS. Soft \ '1


M. ROBBINS, The Detratvad'a Plae Ion,. Vulnabl tnrs. Inclndlnsc V.r;
CEO. Now that we kuow that consumption LifeIs Lilt Hloontera. Harness j

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR |I Ii a ti a disease communicable front onto the most Important period In a wo In regard to the common A IIIl'rkonbolly

i AT-LAW. Sores and Ulcer never become cbroni another by contact and bl'l'alhlugtllll tnan'it exlstonee. Owing to moderr tbe dviuaud U Increasing ninprices ,,'
unless the blood is in poor condition-i air already breathed by the c.'onBump-] methods of living! not one woman In have advanced. It will 8uc'Ct.cd.GhuOl Tim can make your hen ia.a.
I Will practloe la State and United States sluggish, weak and unable to throw od tlve the hygiene of separate beds ougl thousand approaches thin l..rft.'c.Uynatural well sol and.an sa toiiKh son u aa a wIre 1110.by
Court. the poisons that accumulate in it. The to receive public recognition. In all bet, change without experienolu) t anywhere. It dot's on "..". lit'It KK A 11... I,, .
trAin of annoying and sonic. not particularly rich and If neglected. n a s(. 4111. You can
Office at TlTUavnxB, FLA. system must be relieved of the unliealtb rooms the heads of the beds should bean a very hinstli'n lla lift,-makallliim
matter through tbe sore, and great'dangc inside wall. If this cannot be nranged times painful nyiuptouiM. will still thrive I think It would bo< twin u 'Icing a. II
to life would follow should it heal before Those dreadful hot hashes, sending could devote ordinarily would.
then the nail and tbe celllu well if some of our farmers
L. GAULDE the blood has been made pure and b al\by the blood surging to the heart until It
D. for a corresponding to the be faint from n quarter of an acre to tel
and all impurities eliminated from the syl. space seem ready to burst, and the EUREKAHarness
ATTORNEY-A .LAW, tem. S,S.S. begins tllee-ure byfiratclean! toad should be covered with a thick feeling that follows BO'lIet.lmesvlt" acres to this plant. It would prove
loosely attached to the wall to' chills if the heart were going t.o fill I
ing and invigorating the blood buildin serge, an toble. The market will fuUe
Will practice In all' the Courts of the l'ltate' pro
Ot Florida: and the United Utates Courti. up the general health and removing fronl prevent the formation of cataracts of I atop for good are symptoms of a, duuMas. you can mine of It. Oil :

1. U Box,236. TITU8VIIXK, FLA. the system A CONSTANT OttAli air chilled by the cold wall which w\1l\ Llgustruui Japonlcum has largo! .
all morbid otherwise fall on the sleeper; niftkfa.a poor looking' bar-
Money to Loan III effetetnatter, UPON THE SYSTEM. In broad foliage,; and Is supposed to hrather nima Ilk. new Maria ofpura
of colds are caught ,
The worst heavy borilml all. f fpwolally
When this has been accomplished the discharge than t the Call
more evergreen
ut t to wlUk
J. WEBB this simple way In the small bours : ll1r'r.:
and the auuul ., i
sore or be
F. gradually ceases forula prlvrt. It U claimed to
_.llIle
ulcer heals. It is the tendency of these old the morning! and many a fatal .& 1 F w'L hardy In Philadelphia. Pnld evrryw".... W
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, indolent sores to grow worse and worst. or Infantile broucbltls might be prevented Is In cum all iiaaa.
Llgustrum legellainuu a type
and eventually to destroy the bones. Loci by this timely expedient. ll )
Will practice in the] Courts of the 7th which U perfectly hardy even In tin Made b) STANDARD OIL CO.
applications while soothing and to sum member that for very old or very youn .
Circuit. Taxes paid for nonresldonland and northwest. The winter two -rte ma R
west
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extent alleviate pain,cannot reach the seat people nocturnal variations of tempeti -
rents and accounts collected. of the trouble. S. S. Sidoes. and no matte ture are extremely dangerous. For tb' 0 years ago killed out the California -Some of our down-river readers have R

TITJ1SVILLE. FKOBIDJ bow apparently condition reason the bed must not be place privet through that section, both root forgotten the fact that this office Is fully t ''t
even though your constitution has broke same window and the t and branch tn habit of growth It III quipped to do nil kinds of job printing.Advertising '
down it will bring relief when nothin between a badly fitting spreading and scrnlweeplng. It will / and job printing helps us to '. ,

A. D. PENNEY, else can. It supplies the rich pure bloo flue or the doorway. make a valuable plant as a slugli publish n newspaper worthy of the East
necessary to heal the sore and nourisl Coast and all we want Is a shore of It. .
specimen and I think It desirable ala 't
the debilitated, diseased body.Mr. .
ATTORNET-AT-LAW
Com *..* .J. B Talbert.Lock Box .44Wlnona, Mlasay. pr hedge plant.
TlTUSVlLI-B FLORDDJ .: Six yean. ago my. "Several. the knee tlb. Compressed air Is the means by A French friend'allctl my attention
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foot was one solid sore phaitiantreated
me and I made two trips to Hot Springi' which carpets hangings and walls ar on the other side to Llguatruni curia KIDNEY DISEASES 1
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th but found no relief J was induced to try H.8.a cleaned by a process which bas bee: cleui a plant very little known In this f
and it made*complete cure. I haw been a pet"
Judicial Circuit. tartly wen man ever aince" patented. To clean carpets a metal country. I have carried It through th

is the only purely vegetable box with a balloon shaped white line winter for four consecutive: seasons the most fatal of all dis I.

ORGAN & blood purifieknowncontatae cover bulging with air Is pushed aJon The plant la evergreen, of slow growth. are
A/f/ JONES S SS no the floor. A long alnuous tube trail Jared NOBLB.rerous but of especial beauty and resemblesIn eases. i
minerals to
poisonous after the box supplying the compress- .
Japonlen.A
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ruin the digestion ant nervous trouble. Those hot growth Kuonj-inous KIDNEY CURE I Is IrULELl
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add to, rather than relieve your suffer ed air from the apparatus, which dashes Are Just HO many calls from plant not seen very frequently ot Cni i tV 1

Loans Notary Public. ings. If your flesh does not heal re.dily; left In another room usually In the nature for help. The nerves are cry our !grounds but one of great merit. III o Guarantied Remade I

Collections, Typewriting Stenography when scratched bruised or cut your blood basement a. It Is heavy and cum lug out for assistance. The cry should the Daphne cneorum. The season of \
is in bad condition and any ordinary son brous. The effect on the carpet IB be heeded in time. Lydia E. Fink bloom Is from midsummer to October Contains !' I

, TrrpsvitxE FLA. is apt to become chronic. marvelous. The receptacle Is qulckl;,. ham's Vegetable Compound wa* prepared It in very fragrant and Is a charming or money refunded.
Send for our free book and write on: filled with dust'and so thorough III to meet the need of wornnn'i little plant not showy, but one that remedies recognized by eminent !
physicians about your cue. We make nc dust be mad e system at this trying period of her life
'GEO. A. WORLEY, the process that no can should be In every collection. physicians as the best for ,
Weakened
charge for this service. It builds the nervous
treated Wall up
SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA u. to arise from a carpet. to Among splreas there Is one va .
THE Win vstem, and enables a, woman past Kidney and Bladder troubles.
TTORNEY.A-LAW. ,, and hangings may be cleaned In tbe triumphantly. zloty which baa btwn oVf.'rlookoo-tbe
f General practice In State and Feden] --- ------- -- ---- same way. To disinfect carpets, furnl that" I grand'was a change Terr sick woman caused Spires callomi froebell which was latroduced PRICK 50c. aoi $'.00. 'i

Courts. All business entrusted will Tb C.......... down. ture or hangings the current of air I. by Change of Ll/e. I suffered with hot about the same time as the U. 11. WILSON &; SON. t'

receive prompt attention. A German professor who lived at tbi charged with a disinfecting. liquid< Hushes, and fainting spell. 1 was Anthony Wntercr and but for tills coincidence "

General Counsel for the Tuttle Estate. court of the Duke of Brunswick: wax which Is forced In a fine spray Into afrAid to go on the street my head and : would have had as great WANTKH eural Persona of character and t,,

Miami. fond of astounding bis patron wits the articles to be cleaned. back troubled 11\41"" I was entlrel,. a run. It bee\ a better color than goal tj required reputation, ) to r In"|.awili ra.,nnt Hut' and(one a 1.
MIAMI. ., FLORIDA. chemical tricks.. One day be appearec cured by Lydia" K.MBS.Pinkham'a JKNMIM Vegetable Nosus, tbe old. Spires burmnlda, but not quite taMlanwl\ wealthy .....Ine." house of solid tin...- 1.t
Compound. chat standingNsl.ry tin wwkly with expenses
at dinner In a long I white gown and sat' r...... K.pkl... ftOlO Keyser St., Qermantown, Pa. so deep as the Anthony Wateror. It Ii annJull iiayablu In 0...<.li snob WeiliieniUyritraot

JAMES ANDREWS chatting as though that were his usua Table napkin folding I. an art and In constant bloom from early spring nlahttil from when head naiwiaary.ollioa., ,IlommnU llefarenreii.1 carriage bLnolueself : |fur 1

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A TTORNEY.A T-T..!W. color. First Ja..u n Build Ins, Cbiraiio.. ao>Ieo '
Min odd costume! was taking on and taste can be shown. The fIn pat A STORY TELLING CONTEST. The Caryopterls mastacnntha 01
office and postofflce address, TITUS- It turned to faint rose, then to a deeper tern Is one of the most simple and effectlve blue ,pi rea. In. not perfectly hardy -Job Printing/ of all] kinds executedat I I

VILLK. Branch office at FORT PIBBCK bade, then to pink until finally wbei and any girl who Is fairly ;jeft .: sour ... eolema r... Fall,. The tops kill back every winter; the the ADVOOATSJ ofllo*. Send your order. ,

rroseoutlnlf; Attorney for Brevard Co dinner was over tbe professor walked with her fingers; can easily copy It after Heat All th. Oth era. root Is hardy wttb me, and the effectof "

Notary Publio State at Large. out In a robe of dark red. lie did not a close Inspection of the llhistratlot One evenlnic at a well known hotel a tbe winter freezing is only that ol II A NINLSALVE? {j'j''h. '

like to betray his chemical'secrets but herewith. Tbe best way Is to practice number of traveling men were uplnnlni necessary pruning. IU season of :
K... FOSTER another cbeuilst at tbpcourt! went Into yarns, ,and the talk turned upon sell bloom is from Sept. 13 until Oct. 15,, .most rioallng salve In the world. \

STEPHEN a long series of experiments on his owi sacrifice undcrcivie and tbe to contribute privations to JfIMId tho frlondibad worldly .- color blue and I know of nothing more TIlE RAPID CALKEIt Is what every )

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, account and at length found out how. : success of an associate. Ono noluinr showy In its season. jracthsman and boatbullder needs. For ,
the trick could be done. When llmewa faced man told the foltowlnii. I planted last spring for the first sale by Jus. I'rltchard A Son, Tltusvllle '

Sims Building) ter Is poured on the juice of tbe common "I bad two schoolmntcH! ," ho began time a Tamarlx odemmna which Is FI..... I'rloet and 18 each. ''I:!

JACKSONVILLE FLA. beet It bleaches It and whet 'One of them was. aspiring to bo a law, not entirely new to the horticultural t
white cloth Is washed hi the compoundIt yet and the other hud ssplrntlons for a world. The season of bloom Is from The Indian<< River Heal Estate ,

W. ALLEN, leaves no more trace than water. Hut high place In the medical pmfeMKlon. Th July to October; foliage of a bluish Ajrcncy linn for Sale \t;
GEORGE In a few bours after the cloth ass dried college we attended was one at whist green. Its great value is the long term '

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, It will become as red as the beet Itself. the discipline was severe and the re
menta for graduatlonwere exacting. Well, Is far north as Mil. per acre t
KBT" WEST FLORIDA species hardy as
For all fresh outs or wound., either ot those two boys managed to worry along/ Jones New 10 acre orange; grove near Tltuiyllle ,
waukee.-II. F. Jersey. it'
Will practice In the United Statei the human subject or on animals. Bal until tbe day of the final examination: some trees boating, fHlXt.OO.() ,

and State Courts. OjunO! lard's Snow Liniment Is excellent; while, I y came. The young law student bad perfected 6 Bore orange grove near Tltuivllla,
for corn-buskers' sprained wrists, barbed I himself In bis studies and win ...u' Car of the L,.wn.Cblckweud with 10 notes of land, some bearing f'II

O. FRIES C. E. wire outs and sores on working hones, II '' likely to pass with hitch honors. Tin!! and veronica two pests $000.00. '
J I cannot be too highly commended. Price, 'I' medical student bciwovor, was In a fatless which 'In many case will at the pres. Orange; grove and pineapple farm, at ''IMlooo. i

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land 23; and /BO) cents. B. R. Wilson & Aon. I envlnbli plight. lie found that the cut season almost cover tbe wboia lawn,, ,600/) ) good! bearing trees, with 1 sore 1
examination would) tIe for the most )part will In the course of two or three yeiirHbt shod for pine, /good dwelling, $1,000.001( ) ()( i
legally surveyed and sub-divided,. A commercial Item of Interest from i Upon the anatomywas of tli<* le g. Hint I 'thin:' bo 80 KOI'on of pine and hammock land for
Mapping neatly done. Estimates for England Is that British tobacco mIl nil- I the one branch. of the fouiHt In luulnegloetiMl. > entirely removed If the mowing oranges; and pities on It, It, Mouth of
all kinds of engineering works. DIsputed II l Its confided iu his i-ooiiiinatc stopped earlier In the full than Is gencrally HelmsIan! River, 800.00
lines a specialty fncturers bare formed themselves Into yI I and walled nut his Morrons, the ea a" I It IK the writer's opinion. House I\n,14:1: acres of land, beautiful

TITUSVILLK Brevard Co., *. FLORIDA. I a trust to tight the Aiiierlcnu Tolmtiocompany '' '"If I only lia.l a !leg to dissect' snld l saH a Gardening! correspondent, that river front, :nillos of Eau Oalllu. nllO. ,

which bun recently InxudmlU'vnt 4/ he, '1 would pans that exninlnntlon at the Iu ulno cases out of ten where" a poor 7 room cottngn, 10 ncios' of land, liver :

S. BURNIIAM, M. D. Britain.. Kuiuklng should In- head of my class' lawn Is to bo seen the cause U that thicrasa front at Oeorgl.ina. |7CO. -I,,

TyJ cheap over the pond pi city noon. "It wns here thnt bin. roornmnte rose has been mowed too short In the Apply at once to '
-------- TRX TAN PATTERN. Mublliiit'ly to the t, '('a"I.>n. Up rolled up rail. Almoxt all weeds are hurdler thanZi'nsscs I). L.OAU1DaaManager.!
SURGEON and SPECIALIST with a piece of paper cut to exactly the his tniiiHcrH and liixlHti that I hi" frl,1amplltll' and will grow more or less dur. Tltusvllle, Kin.Fotey's .
Many people are suffering:fearfully from knee IIIx I medic, .
bU log nt the ,
tho and tt I will be !! / ---- - ---- -
Ear, Nose and Throat. Indigestion or dyspepsia when one single/ same size as napkin al friend i demurred, (hilt the III W siudeiittuslxted hag the mild spells of tho wlutcriHintlis.
bottle of llerbine would bring about found that tbe design can be! modified! and finally the ninpiitstion nun Tbcso arc the menus of root Honey and Tar :
WEST PALM BKACH FLORIDA.
: prompt and permanent cure. A few doses In a hundred ways. Thus by folding a performed and 1 the medical student 1'lIrl' US out and destroying the /grass roots: bcnltl /Mnr pad stops tbe cough. ,'.

will\ do more for a weak stomach than a strip about four Inches wide right tined his dlploimi. hence I say ngnlu quit mowing In tlm -- - t

prolonged; course of any other medicine. along one side before! proceeding to "Years nftcnuiird this sit, ,mo doctor was to allow the grass to protect Itself., A I
Price ."><> cents. B. It, Wilson & Son. make the close folds to form the fan a slttluir In nn olDcp a1l1'1'Cl1I11,11',1 liy" all the ; good coating of wool ashen. limy now

YirgimaHomes pretty design: can be produced when evidence of n proKperouirn\/ | <.tico. The bo given with advantage.A 1
the first fold Is pulled out to make an door opened and In came his. aid|,| Alan
Bleachers When placed In 'a mato at coupon. The Kl'eel lug was. i>f
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overlapping top. .... .
I Sunlight Is tbe best of all, bleachers.Those poiirnc, alTectiiiK and then. the doctor lit N.tr and .K. Dewberry.Tlie ) SEEDSDYSPEPTICIDE
either
You learn all about Virginia/ Lands, ,,wineglass the fan falls down, on f-iicrclla mid I Mnyvii nru gftier'ally ,
In common use In the laundry quired haw the liiuyer war irrtttfiu! on III f fI
Its resources products, mode of oul side, uiuklug an nlmont,complete\ circle.
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such as sal soda, ammonia, borax tur the world.' 'TlM lawyer snld he. luid, been named as well known and popular .
ovation the
prices etc., by roadlntT in tin uf- dewberries.! Now comes another and Ysrrys Needs er.
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcU.., pentane, chloride of lime, jnvelle water practlclnu several I years (pi tty known u..vuuntry over ulh.
the law and would flee, tn ,distinction remarkable In for i month. subscription to the etC:, have generally both Rood and bud Cat Flo."r. fulrs of I a one grown mu.l rell.bin Need.tbM
Vines b? put Into wide mouthed If be could' Bccuie n nand ('II"C'. the Mammoth. Tills In Illustrated by tan b. tsnut tau 1 eve aulu.v
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. qualifier, which tm dependent to a may '
extent how acid for What bottles and set on a mantel where they 'I want a murder fUMe, mid lies: 'one Rural I New Yorker, which found its ) on ehaap s.wix and hew t
--- great II1'0n| that will attract special ntt<'ntlou and Involve dolisr on flu hur.wl
HAVE YOU SEEN THE WALTON purpose. the' are n..tl l may have tin freedom to trail gracefully some well known It/Hii!: .' awl rWnl Annual from, I h hDstrclR

Rapid Calker? If not call at the store -- --- as nature dcMlguod. Such flowers an "The doctor excused hlmwlf and picking >

of Ja. Pritclinrd & Son. Tltusvllle. The Eminent llidncy the hollyhock sunflower goldenrod up a heavy iutkerleft the room lip M/cA./ '
It Is. .an article; that should ho In the and many others should be put Into tall proceeded dawn stairs and killed Ills.

possession of every boatbullder* and and Bladder Specialist. jars| or some other tall receptacle wblcb inndlmly, resorting tlfIII the ntroc-ltles

yacht man. Rend the testimonials will permit them to assume tho stately bar[ ln cnnlty\ :!Oil 1.1 devise to run k. hisFrluii -
from (list-class,! bo.ttbullders. ittltudca that'are natural to flower of one tliut would treats a stimntlon. \

rtwtr kind. It Is wrong to cut the blooms lie was. aiwcfSHfiil. Tbe pspera fe'PIII".1with :

Iron a tall stem and mass them closely the awful details of the deed! nod s The oredteatald: to DIOCSTICN. t
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tragic events of the trial. I Ills. friend
the
In a low. Hut dish. It I I..* a mistake to ar
r t % 'be' one legged! lawyer, defended, him, The Largest and Most Coin t-
will
A Sample copy,of one of the best farm tango; flowers so that their htudu ind lie won cleared' lloth of these "men' i

free If will send / pitas closely together.: They should In- X'Cupy lending plurrs In their proffsilons nlate Establishment South.
papers published, you
y hl'Is' head be allowed to flare aud spread to to
your name on" a postal card, men'tlonlojlthis he: same manner as Indicated by noure. dory you run opine up to my room. nod r h ) / S. HACKER & SON, Y YI Yb :

paper. : Ily careful observation and study I[ will show you s picture of the m .bool r J'J'CEO.
of this. matter most gratifying results buss two friends of mine stteudvd/ } ,

TilE PLOWBOV Co., wn be obtained In arranging cut now.hrs. New haven Iteglstrr." 1 I It
yn r
Atlanta, Ga. II
I lace E.*r. Tub. .. a I

Aa Appertain* {... 'Even with set tubs, two wooden odes

-- It Is said that a particularly cippetlc-, it handy size belt'out amazingly. One i I

ing Ice Is made of plain custard a would better be kept especially for taAe .
BO YEARS'w Rio Discoverer of Swamp-Root at Work la quart of which when cool ID added, to linen and for rinsing tbe finest

EXPERIENCE Eli Laboratory. of marinaade. Use the other for mmkIng -
the same), quantity orange white? things.
disease In this
There Is
prevailing
a
because Squeeze Into these tbe juice of a \but do not soak too long. AD hour
most dangerous so decep-
Ive.rounlry Many sudden deaths are caused by lemon and add a teaspoonful of cur- I..a long enough to soften and dissolve .-

gJ t-heart disease pneumonia heart failure .taut jelly. Freeze an usual and when the dirt yet not long enough to set It TUB HAMMOTtl DBWBKRBT.. if vws'tia ld"e.
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney hick remove the dasher and when the ill thrqugb the garment
Useose. If kidney trouble Is allowed to airanca freezer has been covered again set --- ------ lardy, as regards last winter's cold MANUFACTURERS OF

: TRADE MARKS I the kidney-poisoned blood will attack isUle to,harden. .Tumped on a Ton Penny Nail. productive and of very agreeable q unity
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DeSIGNS ho vital organs or the kidneys themselves > The Itural says the reputed par Doors Sash Blinds
Mr. J. N. Powell ,
CoPvniCHTH "'c.A break down and waste cell by cell The littledalrghterof 'Dts of Mammoth are not large fruited ,
away B....'.. -Kid" lOrl......, '
made of
inverted rake
nvnna aan 1fntf' a nkef.h and rt<*w tiitlon may Then the richness of the blood-the albumen Nichols la about the only limped on an ten ipecles, and the production of such luiuense Material
fra whether an Pitcher &
'nntrtkly iwrnrt/itr air' Olwulufi .. nails, and thrust! one nail entirely tcnldmg Building
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., immntiWtloiMMrmtlroniillilrfiitliil. has ooy
titvrtitln t ta tr hltblr rntettf .h1a ( *- leaks out and the sufferer Brlghl'sDisease. berries by the offspring Is a
IIAnrthnokon PatmUa trouble.Dr. baton League player who has not yet &hrougb; her foot and a second one halfway :
>t'nl,t Iron......IndMt t4ftit" umii-r throiiirh fuLatlrlllayllta.rta.Mura % &;... reoelva Kilmer's, the worst Swamp-Root formrof kidney the new dls- Liked for a ,.1Il'. He has done as well through. Chamberlain's Pain Balm singular and unexpected result. Chloe 4 Warerooms. King, opposite

.......011<., ..."h....'.... ..... la tU. : Is the true specific for kidney bladder al any other pitcher In the team and "ras' promptly applied and five minutes Cannon Street.Charleston .

Scientific! Rmcrlran.l overy and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands rill po doubt seek more money. later the pain had disappeared and no Tk. P.rfe.ttoa c:....... S. C. ;
after all other more suffering' was experienced. In The Perfection currant wblcb I. saido ,
,,, .....,.. :r..._t .$.. of apparently hopeless cases. disease more dieresftlog child
t herfshoe
hanelm lrit nt.r.t w. : iforts have failed. At druggist In fifty-cent There Is probably no three days the was wearing be a cross between tbe Fay" and tbe
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Terms. a
k., .. ,| toar. n* and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent freey and annoying than piles. Tabler'slackeys ] .s usual and with absolutely no rtlscomrt Yhlte Grape resembling Fay In size ash Weights, Cord and
AiUNH. & Co.381BNew York > mall also a book telling about Swamp- File Ointment I.l daily curing: > Mr. Powell a well known roer medal
and color, has secured the Barry
and
: lace of years' standing of Itching bantof Korkland.Va., I'aln Balm Is an Hardware.
arena Uffloaf.ICS:! V ilL.Wuhnwtan.D.C. toot and Its wonderful cures. Address rhlch by the will of the lat Patrick
1 Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton N. Y. and leading: pile. Thecerebeganontbeflntpplication ntlseptlo! and beats sach Injuries with'u '
rtention this a little craevetance makM n>.turailoa and in uuvtulrd the larry was to be awarded to the orlgl- Window and Fancy GlassA '
Foley's Kidney Cure paper.The the eare complete. Price,50 cents In hot- squired by the usual treatment. For&lUl.1 l lator of a new fruit, marking an ad-

sWr.ca k1Joeys and bbdkr dKht. ADVOCATE does job printing. tea tDbea 73; eeDta.11800 Son. b j all druggists and medicine de.I... "lace: upon existing varieties. SPECIALTY. 4


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 15; 1901.:

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JAMKS. PBITCHARD, President; Wu. M. BRowN, Vice-Prestdent

is C. 3. SciidYLER, Cashier.
WHAT a tourist season now

EAST COAST ADVOCATE. upon us Already they are pourIng -

into Florida by the thousand w INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

and the season has hardly begin .
A Wf BKtV JOCKHAL DBVOTBD TO THB DBViOrKBNT The United States Gov- ,
Of THE INDIAN &!>.., LA.KBWOBTH An unparalleled season will sure
AMD B1BOA.TMB BAVBEOTIOll*. be realized if present indication are COUNTY DEPOSITORY

any crlteron. The prosperous condition shows Authorized capital, $100,000 I

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.OBA.KI.RS of the north and west will ernment Report .- Paid up capital, - $25,000

make it possible for ninny to come ._ Average deposits, $100,000
PuMlitiDUonntlnuunee
II. WALTOM, Editor at:
who formerly were not financial!: ROYAL Powder to : 1

of ROvtB. must b. made1"r- able to do 80.ORANGES Baking Transacts a --General
Banking
,,
:, .r.
__Jy! st this office or by writing. ,

I Cheeketa., m"y bo made payable to C..aLIt. are beginning to show be and 14' ;. r 'Business.
but
B. WALTOIT,publlHher.U. some yellow among the green, stronger, purer .
that dots not mean they are ready

of for the market yet. A ripe India other.Indianola. .. , Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rijfr.
S. Department Agriculture better than :,lr .' l.*
River orange can not be excelled any F Exchange fought; and told on all K".alto
Fit .
I Weather Jlureuii-Jupiter, r Countrte.
for flavor, but when green, they ,ty, a. .

comparative st.ate- are no better than any other orang Patronage appreciated.. Prompt nervii. ., poUt.
I The following is a treatment. and every favor ci>iml.mnl with
"
Be patient and wait for good price J _._ man
lent of temperature and rainfall for the - ---- -------.--- --- -- ------ -- ervatlve banking granted.CORRE8PONDENT8 .
I Tuesday Nov. 12, 1001. --
week ending : :
-1001- -1000PATK. NEXT WEEK and the State Fair SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.The t Seaboard National Bank of :New Ynrkt4
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.', is ham '7" s s" National Bank of Jackmiuvllle, Fla.
opens. The big tent on nleA-

I 6 74 76 (12 60; 81 80 64 67 and the various counties are preparing We are glad to know that Mrs. J. B. Board met Monday morning Not TI'.rUSVILLE, FLA.
7 ,bail
4, 10U1. Present: J. M. Dixon, -
8 7U l U3 82; fl to send their .best exhibit Field, who has been In Cocoa under DiHuglilett's man; K. N. Andrews and K. E. Mimi .

0 78 0-1 78 64 to Jacksonville. Wake'up, Eat care, has returned borne very. secretary The minutes of the last meetIng -

]0 78 04 78 61. Coasters, and show the people wh"t much Improved. were read and approved. The tre'as- THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

, 11 78 72; 80 67 liS we can do and are doing.F. Messrs. Sara Sanders, Emmit Field am urer'a report for the month of October
12 81 00! 7d Fred Humphry went hunting,last week 1001, was racelved, read, found correc .
i Total rainfall for the week: 0.01 with what lately seems to be hunter'. and redeemed warrants duly cancelled.

Departure from normal rainfall for the E, C. HOTEL PAMPHLETS luck-very little game. Tbe following bills were read In detail. Wood Goal Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
,
week: mlnns .82 Inches Departure -- and payment ordered as per list of ItemIzed -
form normal rainfall since January 1, We acknowledge receipt of a few pan- Miss Mattie L. Wallace has been making expenditures. i1-
plus 18.311: Inches.HAL. pbleta from the office of the above sy.- a very short visit to her aunt, MrsD. .
HARDIW Observer. and W. Wallace, previous to starting tHan < FINANCIAL STATEMENT. and Sidewalk Brick.
P. tem. They are among the neatest Vitrified Paving ....,
Southland
sails for
she -
where
_ - best of their kind ever sent Into tbe AiVOOATK Francisco Zealand, 'TITu vILLa,FLA., NOV.4, IUO ,
I d office. One Is a booklet contain New to visit relatives. Oi To MOD.Alex. A. Stewart
PROSPERITY.: Ing general Information regarding the her return she hopes to make e longer Clerk circuit Court. Offices foot of Uogan Street Jacksonville, Florida Telephone No. 262
with "Section 8, ChapU43JJ
Sir In oompllanua
In Indianola. :-
East Coast of Florida, Including a complete stay : Laws of Stories hereby the with yo 1 J. MUNXERLYN, General Manager.
hotel Hat, with location capacity; We understand that E. M. Gurney oMerrltt the following Remitted tuumitmt of all who' .
i: From every part of the country and rates and the other la a handsom received the gold medal for display money. riCDiveU, appropriation made and wa. ,n __ - - _
runts loaned Cur the mouth ending the bib "Y,
we hear the most encouraging reports album of photographs In colors .rhe of /guava 'jelly at the PanAmerloanExp08lUon. of Nov. A.i.1991.

I I,' of the markets, and the ei album of photographs Is unique both In Merrltt Island has cause to Warrants outstanding at last report.. tlo.otsTt & Baker
! cellent conditions obtaining in the binding and color effects. The lllustra' be proud of its guava jelly Industry and lesuedatthis. ureeting.t. 2,1170 MeMurray

II'', mercantile world. Nearly every dons are all new and almost striking.eZCl1181yoly Th! ana of the fact ,that both medals have< Total......... ,....... ........ ........ '-12.1H91 ,
\ ; scenes are oontined ; been awarded to parties in this district Le.s amount paid daring pout month.. 4Dt
mill In the country is running on to the Florida East Count Railway and '
!, laborers hotel properties. The color of the paper J. :M. Field can tell anyone wishing to Warrants now outstanding .,........... Sl'2,1303 44O West Bay Street. Jacksonville Florida.
and are
" full time, experiencing is between hut
how good the walking Balance cash per Treaourer'
little dilllculty in gettin; used Is light green, with Illustration know Lotus just and Indianola distance report... ...... .. .....i..... 2035Itwulved Headquarters for-
printed In a green of a darker color, and a in Out ........... .... 2768
\\f work at living wages. The real black. The cover U of light !green, printed : twelve miles having tried it last week

I;''I I.: cause of this period of prosperit I In orange and brown. The Spaniel when he whom came be up bad to see not his seen, sister for Mrs five Warrants paid during month... WHO 63 113 Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles
can hardly be attributed to any coat of arms ornaments both front ao< Buck ,
several
back. years lie beat the steamer by Cash now in hand Treasurer f 413 41
one particular thing. Contrary to visit with hit and Sundries."KELLY" ,
and hotel Us hours had a pleasant "
I refuse to believe The general Information and returned by steamer taking Deficit In funds. ...........,.. ...... (12,1312
" many others, we booklet contains a brief description of parents SOLID RUBBER TIRES put on your wheelat
that politics has been the sole caua all the cities and towns along the East Mr. and Airs. Buck home with him. ITEMIZED RECEIPTS

': of our present prosperity ; although Coast( including Key West, Nassau am From Balance Tax Collector trenaury: ,lust tax report, ISKK, ::::::'::::.t, 211: short notice.
Havana. The text la interspersed witl Front'lax Collector poll tax,1IMO.... ... 2(1(
the confidence of the people In it Toledo.Milton FrontvaxOollootortax1OW\ ............ .. 10
much do with Illustrations from recent photograph. From State" 'fr...... tax HHM ................ 231Krum
government has to making it a valuable addition to any; stuts '..rea... tax 111111I ._.............. 10
the market. There are variou library of Information. The hotel list 1aorrected Weir called at Mr. Wlgfleld'i From Dote Tretu.tax SIM ......1;?........ 11: WATCHES CLOCKS

reasons why the country is enjoy to date. The cover Is done In Sunday. Mr. Kelfer.ot Wabasso, called Total receipt*.................... .,...$ 699 I ,
red and royal blue with the con also the Sunday before. .
and orange, there ITBMIZICD EXPEIiDITIIIIB.Teacbo..s..larl. .
ing a high tide of prosperity, of arms of Castile In colors In the center ...>...... ..... .. .. $.1,22.1711n. Diamonds
politics constitute only one of tb On tbe back of the cover Is a colored design On the 30th of October, W. n. Wlgfleld K. Clime,salary county Biipt........,. 751) Jewelry
fine watermelon. Mrs lxon, Uleiu rod S I ,
brought Jo a ripe J. M. per mileage as
causes. Good crops and a diver representing the BUD'S rays shlnlni Wlgneld served It for breakfast, and It member! hoard.............. ..."... ... JoK.
of have the farm upon the East Coaat of Florida. N. per diem and mileage I a* Souvenir, Wedding Rings and Presents
placed
city crops sweet and refreshing. r.d: e
t was very luemlier .. ,. ... 60(XIt
ers of the South and West In ea-y; wenthei .I Laitooho, repair to.uhool N,16 8:11I: Walthara Watches, eto.FWEWATCH .
I COLD STORAGE. We are having delightful now U F i'adduon, supplies to Ao. *. liana 16 4 71CsnturyeatingUofurniture
poasi PINEAPPLE
circumstances and made it and oranges are turning a golden hue .bo6., 22341M
ble for them to pay off old mortga They are getting, more delicious everyday K K U H'y Co: ,freight" on furnir.uie No. 6.UH 1Il: and JEWELRY REPAIRING
Ko..tick,grubbing! lot ao6....... .., 2400 .
gee, and bank a little money be MARION MASSY Nov. 11, 1001. and bursting with sweetness. J 8 Keen. "grading No 6 ....... .... ..... T IiO
.... z A SPECIALTY.
J G Michael hunting furniture No 6. 4 MRoyl.uue
l' ides.I EtlitorEast Coast Ailrorale Tbe other day Mr. WlgBeld killed a Klopp, building No 6... 3e WKuylance Watch tor Plant and also for Jacksonville & Southwestern n' '.
I ;'t Inspector System, )
be tha large bright colored rattlesnake, near 8 .....;.. 17 (K
I; There can no question Dear Sir-I noted with much interesn here. During the last month the train American IloukCo.rreebooks...,. ?.... real Spectacles. and Kyeglah,. s. Charges.; paid one way R. J. RILE,
the country is largely dependent a late tame of the ADVOOA.TB an iten Ulna A Noble! free book .............. 8111
1 soil In regard to cold storage of pineapples has killed four large frogs two snakes, a Katou Co copy books .. .... ... ..... 16 Ot 22: .. W. Bay St.. JACKOONTILLIC. FI.A.
I, upon those who cultivate the turtle, a grasshopper: a house cat and a U and printing I and envelope' 7tM
and a failure in the crops means i a I II' I I[ want' to give your reader m> expert bird, or the cat killed tbe bird and the M ..t'c;: of bullduagforNo1.8.:: .. IgJ the time 1:I
At ...
.
nce> the post summer. Prltcuard& "Bon.iupplles No. 101 1 :.10
': contraction in the money market I opened hotel on June flub/ I boughtIn train killed the cat. .t M Or..l.pu..p'lo. 1U ......... ,.. .. fu:
I my I It Larson, r>pair and freight No 41 ,.... 2 :le( Best Material Lowest Prices
nf of lj Joule and Ora Wlgfleld
mentioned pines Misses
I', We have a diversity Boston a crate Queen Tie ,ivonil/ Lumber Co. supplies No 8, 7 & 101 25 W
as being one of the causes o lone mistake they sent two; Ill) thinking 'sited I their sister Mm. Walker of N Uowney, painting and .... N VI 71tl.
crops would be used I had them put In Woodley, Sunday and Monday. Miss .K. Minis,Supt., Ioul ex. Best, obupt.. 771
they
, our prosperity, and in making this.. It .. ., labor No3...... .... 18
I and they did not but didn't long, Sunlay. .
the refrigerator, povery Ella went too stay It. freight N06....... 100
statement we believe we fall entirely well-not but what they were very Mrs. Wigfleld And Mice Martin ". freight No W .. .... 840 QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
I within the line of truth. Florida, nice, but during the summer there are made a short call Monday as Mrs. Walter '! It.. Sundry tr in book. ft flu
other kinds of fruit they s"'emid to leave for St. Augustine Morgan dk Jone* Insuran* eon building. 187 HO
Instance time depended 10 many expects Stat.
for at one Indian River Bank lot war for Oct 38 211
the cultivation to get left; and it got to be a common Thursday. Melbourne. "State Bank .. .. .. .< 9 gg
: almost exclusively on remark with the chef "We will\ need :Bond LulU ber Oo Titasville.A

l, of oranges, with the result that fruit for tomorrow, but do not get any FALSE BOER REPORTS.In Total expenditures ,. ..................a,117B7 .

the market was glutted, and nothing pines." Well to wind up my story,, Mrs. E. A. Ireland being unable to accept .. '
'" but the most superior fruit ,hen I closed the house on the 17th of : the appointment of supervisor at Trial Order Will Convince.S. .
September, there were seven pineapple connection with the false reports as Jensen, Mr. B. F. Hull was appointed In
: could find its into the market O. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. ''Tltusvllle\ Fla.
r'l way eft In tbe refrigerator, which were foundo .o the Ill-treatment of the Boers In the her stead.
, But when the freezes came the peo ; be as good: as they were when put inn Bermuda Islands, the following correspondence Mrs. C. H. Munch 'was appointed -
pie were forced to turn their attention '- June. I would say that tbe tempera- has been published: mpervUor at'Va veland. -- --

I to other until their lure was from 33" to 40 degrees. To the Editor the New York Sun-Sir : On account of failure by teacher asilgned .
i crops Yours truly A newspaper of recent date contained a to primary grade at Tttusville
I groves could be restored; consequently C. W KIPLBY.. : contributed article falsely alleging that UUs II. 11. Waldrep was confirmed In

, tobacco, pineapples sugai [The above writer is the popular manger he; Boer prisoners on the Inland oppo- bat position. -.,
' cane, cassava and other crops were of Hotel ppican: Marion, Mass. ;; .>it. Hamilton, Bermuda were being ill The failing health of Mrs. Sweihartloropels Ui-:4. ..-
treated. As evidence of Its utter unruthfullness Mr. Walter Sweihart to resign ::
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raised and found to be profitable and the College Arms, DeLantl.-ED.] lr
,
I
the from Prof. W. D.
; I "offer following ts teacher at Sebastian.\ ,
: to those who made the experiment our U. S. consul: Reed Is assigned to tbe place

I Now we are no more dependent upon THE STATE; FAIR. UNITED STATES CONSULATE ) The Board declined to approve the account -

h oranges, but regard that crop ai HAMILTON< BERMUDA Sept. 10, 1001. f : of Belle C. Bainey late teacher atfo.

f.. a supplement to others. Any stator Rvdaccd Rate to Ja"kaonvUleo Walter J. Ballard, Esq.-Sir: Encloa- 10J. :
Itself to on ST. ADGUBTINK, FLA., Nov 12, 1001. ed I send you a few clippings from our' Aid was granted to the children of Prof.
confining
county tapers. How, such false.reports got J. W. Dodge, late principal of Fort
t particular industry will, sooner 01 Editor East Coast Advocate. afloat. I cannot arrive at. Every possible Pierce school who are at present living

later, discover Its error, but the Dear Sir-On account of the State Fair attention, Is shown by the British to the beyond the limits of that district. 41 111

" cost of such discovery always tall at the F. E. C. Railway will\ Boer prisoners, and that fact cannot be The Board adjourned to meet Monday 1Dy

! the producer. la Bre- .all tickets to jacksonvllle at the rate of denied by the highest or lowest on these I, lornlng, December 2nd, 1001 at 8.. m. = I
heavily upon hree cent per mile for the round trip.'lokets elands Yours truly, I. B. UETL. Lttest: J. M. DIxoN, -- -
Yard county, while not in any sense R. E. MIMe Chairman.I -.... - --
I to be sold Nov leth) to 22nd In- I also hold a letter from the Governor "' : .
of the word can it be said that we luslve, limited to return November 34, of Bermuda to the same effect. Secretary. -., -. - ..
... :
have neglected our orange groves,, 001. W. J. B LL.A.BD. - -- ...-"...'- ---
" still we have learned by costly ex. Tbe rate from Tltusvllle 'will be $, .63: Sohenectady, N. Y. '- Deed blanks sold at this office. .......-.>-=- -_- --
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-4
those who --::. .
to be For the accommodation of :... __ _
I perience that oranges are nOt rich to spend the night: at St. August10 -

l entirely depended upon. Pineapples the F. E.C. Ky. will sell tickets from ED. N. . OWeror :l\.2c: >>1:1.'V'C: IOT7crox . .
form large of cksonvllle to St. Augustine and returnt
and vegetables a part i
These
to be
i Such tickets will be Logs are cat Into LUMBER for
our business here, and the orange a rate of T.tcts.
make I limited to 24 hours from date of sale. GEOY: G-E F. I.ADDISON": : .
what
' groves supplement we Yours truly, The Netherby EDEN, On-Indlan-River, FLA.
I otherwise. J. D. RAHNER. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.

I Manufacturing also brings prosperity One of the loveliest locations on the river. All modern Improvements.Hot -

'; and in proof of this we need A Card of Thank and cold baths. Sulphur Spring Excellent drinking water.
Ir only as far as South Carolina or Plenty of fruit and Ice. Fish Oysters and fresh vegetables; In abundance i. A. HODGES.
go FORT PIERCE, FLA., Nov 14, 1001. Northern cooking House handsomely furnished' with all the ...
Georgia, and compare those state comfort. of a home. Boats. Trains stop at Ruzlon Station on the Mannfacturet of

,t now with what they were fifteen Editor East Coast ..ld ocale: plantation. Pineapple district. Mrs. M. A. CURTIS, Manager. ...Cypress: and Yellow Pine Lumber...

years ago. Cotton Mills are run. Dear SIr-I wish to thank: ruy friends . .
\ - - --- - -
ning day and night to supply the for their kindness In my behalf" at the - OUOn AND DRESSED. . Orange Bo,,Head,, Fruit and Vegetable Crates
I Saturday" night, and Iwlal1 JACKSONVILLE.
entertaInment Ina'1
.1ny one
demand, and the: merchants are experiencing contemplating 116',1,1184116'' pineapples ,or oranges or building
I them that I truly
to fully assure part of Florida, would located
vWe" to write for Prlce The sawmills" are
; a degree of prosperitythey appreciate, and am deeply grateful for at Buffalo Bluff near P
*, on \hj/- T. K. W. Rv- Lumber delivered to any
have never known heretofore.A their> substantial remembrance; and may art of the East Coast. H. A. Bluff 7'a.
10 East Forsyth Street.JACKSONVILLE : HODGES, Buffalo ,
those who
follow
few good mills In Florida and a the blessings of heaven The Windle ==
took part In the play through all the FLA.
would relieve us
big sugar refinery year. to come; and Mr. Editor, I w.ntto ESTABLISHED 1870.
largely of all depression, and whywe impress it upon their minds by putting
should not have them has never this In a conspicuous place In your valuable European plan. Dining Cafe; now and first-class In all appointments.

been fully explained. The atten. and newsy pink paper and by usingg Center of city. Near all car lines. Open for room. November 12tb; M.
Lane
&
In the qualifying ajectlvos Son
tion of capitalists should be calledto : of r the capitals play of Rood, better and best, and Cafe, November 10th. Rooms, one person one day $1 and up; by the ,

the fact that Florida can. grow mutter If it Is not strictly
,. it will not week, $:i.SO and up.
as fine sugar cane as can be found [ammar to use capitals. In the good C. B. SMITH, Proprietor. :
in any other portion of the United botter and best either. 2SQ WASHINGTON STREET, NEW YORK.
WM up-to-date" and those .
The play -
States, and the cost of manufacturing credit.KLUAIIETH .
ncerned deserve great
(
sugar and -syrup can hardly be HAKTSTOMS.Adolph WHITE'S CREAMVERMIFUGE outhern Fruit and Produce
elsewhere. Let
greater here than WOiiJ'
its show at the State Fair what we Dinner of Grand Mound la., 1 !

can do and then induce men who wrltell' : "I have used Foley's Honey and Mo l In imntltr. *_ Ite>l In Quality.
C
Tarin family and think It Is the best or.c..xn.issioc.: : hI.1ercha.o.: ::
have thousands of dollars lying ugh cure my on the market. I would not For 20 Led eJ! Won: IlensaIas.Y{ kSff ;


idle to invest in this, the brightest, It in home aa there I.notblnjt Is YejreJas or B. 'ECIALTIES : ORANGES
be 1 without my :: u'X' A.x.. x.. aa's.V:: iC4rXB AND GRAPEFRUIT. Stencil, Card and out
best and most glorious country in so good for coughs and colds." I-ye-a7--+ the world. B., K. Wilson & Son. quotations furnished on application.








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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 15, 1901. 6

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Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Eden.Mrs. GEORGE MARX. JOIIN MARX. GfrO TO- i


,. :BItC: >S.
G. -T. BUNTING'SChailotte
M. A. Curtis and her sister, Mrs. ,

\ Otto, arrived on Sunday, evening's train.
Wholesale Dealers In
'V Street. North of Plaza, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. \
"j j
The Netherby Is being put In readinessfor

., winter guests, and will open at the GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE., -FOR YOUR J;
/ usual time.The .
, .

first shipment of fish for this sea-
, son was made from Ruxton Hag stationon Corner Went Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Furniture Mattresses Pillows


Sunday. A. Robinson morning.C. and. party returned on ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. i

, Tuesday morning, after a delightful PICTURE FRAMES, MOULDINGS, 'J
cruise of a weelcup the river.
; EYE; SPECIALIST. We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Peas; :Sro.okets.: Window: Sla.a-d.oa

235 W street Jacksonville Fla Gilmore Frlnk, our merchant left on guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We want .j
Bay Monday evening for West Palm Beach and Give trial and will\ be
your Orangns Vegetables. us a you pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE. :
to look after his Interest there.A .
.
MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla. .
Stuart.The 10-pound boy made his appearanceat U- We only Sell to Dealers. N. Undertaking Department entirely separate. I
the home of Air. and Mrs. F. B. Rich. I

ards, last Thursday morning. Mother ----- - -. - -
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frame work of the new postoffice and child are doing well.S. Fort Pierce. | Melbourne.

building U well under way. F, Webb, one of our large and pros- Rockledge.People Georgiana.

Capt. Blakesley has moved his house perous pineapple growers, shipped tlfty- -

boat here, !and U living aboard six crates for of pines-on this Monday, a large town Geo on Adams Monday.Mr. was. a pleasant visitor to GOODE A OOODK.-Real Estate and Loan. are beginning to come and soon Mrs. Alice Fish was visiting "Auntie
shipment season of the ;year. Agent for JKtna London and Liverpool and our little village will be In full winter Hughes Tuesday. 4
Mlchales
John and brother arrived the
(u lobe, ( Ann
and Mrs. Michael left rrovlrience-WMhlnirton and Fire
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Saeger and Arthur Monday, dress
first of the week from the Fatherland. Insurance. Special attention
paid to the Mr. and Mrs.\ Pierce returned home
Saeger and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Le- for Stuart, on a short visit intercuts of nun*.... <1........ W Meiwin and of Milford from
family their summer' outing, Tuesday of
Mrs. C. B. haa returned from
IJaney Tourneau -- --- -- -
were very charmingly entertained Dr. B. R. Wilson of Titusvllle, paid Conn., and Mrs. Inca Smith and last wook.
her,: summer's visit with friends In Ohio.E. by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jennings HOTEL C'ARLETON-op"n the )'...round. Des
this visit expectedin
burgh a professional Monday. IlKhtrul spot| t0 spend winter or auumiur. Lo- of Pompton Lakes, N. J., are
last Miss
Mertle
Simmons In with his Saturday evening. entail Baldwin was calling on
towing: logs Kettle on high bluff overlooking the Indian a few days.
launch for the Dupont & MIddleton saw Little Frances has quite recov- River. Term'* moderate.KHAMK filend. In the north end of town, Mon
Mrs. Chan. S. Schuyler entertained the ered from the Injuries she sustained by RuncRTsoH,Proprietor. Among recent arrivals are A. Wheeler, day afternoon I
mill.Geo. Point Lace Club, last Saturday after the kick from horse. of New Haven, Conn.; M Isis N P. Ellson,
Parks is having the upper portion noon. The monotony of steady sewingwas JUT" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, of Cincinnati, and the people who have Mrs. Curtis who has been visiting her t.
of his store building partitioned off varied by son's and a dance, and an Bryan McCarty, of Ankona, was a the pink paper of the East Coast will be rented the Garney cottage for the winter. friends, Mr. and Mr*. Bagget, for a week \
into rooms. occasional smile. The hostess served pleasant visitor to town on Tuesday. I received at the Melbourne Postofllce. or more, loft for her home In Daytona,
most delicious refreshments consisting wonder what It the attraction Bryan The demand for houses Is very great Saturday

John Beard, a professional sign painter of Ice cream and cake. Those this year. Every available living space
present
Do not forget: the entertainment to be Mr. Clark and family havo moved to H.
K. Itujthfanlt\ wl.u
was here this week We are glad to were Mrs. Charles Wolf Mrs. J. Bach us, Titusvllle. here, has been engaged, and numerous spent a very
given for the benefit of the Episcopal much to the of their
recommend him as an artist in his \line.J. Mrs. W. R. tlardeo, Mrs. Amy T. Blake Melbourne regret applications have come In that had to be pleasant day at the beautiful and hospitable -
church, on Saturday the 24th lust. All many friends. home of III r. and Mr. Salmon, of
S. Danforth has force of and Mrs. J. II. LeTourneau. Rheumatism come and have a good time. refused.
a paintersat jolly, South: Kocklodgo Monday.
U. ,
J. Baker of Melbourne has
and colds kept some o(, the mem- gone
work T. 'A. Snider's house-boat Osceola has returned his
on : Currier to
bers from In the The two-year-old boy of Mr. and Mrs. Into i the mercantile business with Mr. A. L.
participating exercises, Bruner canio over from Itock-
the Buckeye. Mr. Snider:: is expected to home In Newark, N. J., whither ho was
Frank Storman dll d Monday and Hull, of Jensen. We wish this firm
was
on
much their
arrive shortly. to disappointment.The new obliged to go to attend to some huslnoiuimatteis. lodge, Sunday; stayed all nigh at "Uncle
burled the The little fellow
next day. success. '
llughlvN and returned to his work I
Among: the visitors here we notice many friends of Wlllfe Bessey was 111 for a long while, and his Buffer Mr. Hlne, wife and servants of Olivia After the holidays, Mr. andM the I'ettee house Monday morning. on '
: Currier will bo down for the
were greatly pained to learn of his death rs. season,
,
Robert Iloke, Jensen; John Michal and lags were teirlble. Their friends extend Minn., arrived Saturday, and arb
wife, Fort Pierce; S. K. Michal, wife and which occurred last week in North Caro- sympathy to tho bereaved parents. snugly settled in Miss\ Mo i"al'Jnd's; now as usual :Mr.! Rogoro who wont up to St.
pretty
daughter, Della, of Orchid. lina. The body was brought to Stuart, cottage for the winter. J I. R. Shares Is having a few changes Augustine two week alto, returned lust
on Monday evening, for Interment. The The entertainment on Saturday was a made In his hotel the New week, bringing his horse, and he Is now
Dupont &; MIddleton have arrived with decided success, both In .kill, talent and ltookledgewhich ,
family have the heartfelt sympathy of a The family of Rev Wentherwax, arrived he ex poets to open on tho 1 Ith of engaged delivering wood to the steamboats
their saw mill, and have twenty men circle of arraagomout. Mrs. Bach us In her variety ,
largo friends. Mr. Bessey was from Michigan, last Filday. We December The old double porch la bus at Mr. Provost's dock.
and twenty mules at work. They expectto one of the pioneer settlers on the St. Lu- role was bewitching, and pluyed with extend a welcome to these pleasant people and veranda with
be cutting timber in. a few days.S. cle river, and was well known by all the such grace and talent that she was the and hope they may long remain in lug: tom roof away and, tall a single Is built. J. W. BiunerJs shipping some of the J
a high pillnis being finest
pineapples ever shipped from this
residents admiration of the house and her husband
on Indian River in the days ; Melbourne.Miss .
llendry, of City Point was here, on This will make the hotel look much mote section, avernglng sixteen to eighteen to ,
when sailboats the oftransportation. tho noted comedian, who has ably
Wednesday, and In the evening gave a were He only had means graced the footlights in New York city !Mettle Brown returned home, last Imposing. the crate. IIU Held Is all under cover
,
always a pleasant -
steveoptlcan entertainment In the school smile and was Immense. The whole play was most week, after spending six months pleasantly and Is one' of the best on the river. If

house, which was quite a treat to our body, and was greatly a chery beloved.word for every- thoroughly enjoyed by all who were pre with friends lu Virginia, and visiting C. 8. Arnold, of Youngstown, III*., In Jack Frost lets them alone, he will have

citizens. sent. The following\ Is the programme, : her sister, Mrs. F. C. Conkling, inMaypoit writing of Dr. Ford's Dyspcptloldo[ lIa'SI"lly : an enormous crop next season

While on his way down from New York, In which Mr. and 111 1''. Bachus were the Fla. \ wife has taken 3
John Mlchales met a gentleman from Working 24 Hours a Day. stars of the evening. Mr. A. A. Ford At a meeting of the Klng'a Daughteis tlclde, and Is, I believe, permanently\ Night Was Her Terror. i

Philadelphia, named IIartman, and he ,There's no rest for those tireless little represented a coon to perfection, and held last Friday afternoon, the following cn.-od of Indigestion constipation and .\,
persuaded him to come to Stuart. Mr. : workers-Dr. King's New Life Pills. brought down the house with his funny officers were elected : Miss Nicholson, sick heiulaeho" with which she has been "I would cough nearly all nightlong,

Hartman arrived Saturday, and Monday Millions\ are always busy, curing torpid witticisms. Mis. Goodwin represented chairman; Miss $I. snedoker, vicechairman troubled for twenty or more years. \Money writes Mrs Chas. Apploirate, of Alex-
Curd Schroeder:: sold him ten acies of liver, jaundice biliousness, fever and Madam Pattl, and ably presided, at the ; Mr. C. It. Odin treasurer; Miss can not esllmnte, tho good It has done amliln, Ind., "II nil could hardly get any i

choice pineapple land. That Is the way I ague. They banish sick headache, drive piano. Mrs. Sohultz was represented by Mettle Brown, recording secretary; Miss her." B. R. Wilson A Son. If ale I p.walked I had block consumption I would HO bad that
Jessie Goode a cough frightfully -
to settle up the East Coast. out malaila. Never gripe or weaken. Mr. Hoffmiglo; and was ably carried out. corresponding secretary.
) and
I spit blood, but, when all other
Mrs. Willis Bessey returned from Ash- : Small, taste nice, work wonders. Try Pn f. ,Heller was represented by R. At the town caucus last week, the following South Rockledge.Unole nit'dioliKiN railed, three *l bottles of ]Dr. < ''
them. 25cts:: at B B.Wilson & Son. Uoodwln, who ably olliolated as general
person were nominated
ville, N. C with the remains of her husband , The Professor showed : For IlnlNIJw: UUooveiy wholly cured me
Monday The funeral mauager. some mayor <':apt. West; for aldermen, E. 1'. nail I "
night services of his marvelous slight of hand tricks gained iij) pounds. It'* absolutely ,
were held Monday from the residence and Branch and Chan Uolton; for clerk and Allen Hardee bus qoinmoncod guainnluud to cure cough, colds, la
mind reading. All the acto.-s and
;
of Walter Hitching, and the burial' Tibbals.Capt. actresses ably canted out their parts. treasurer, C. J. F. Campbell: ; for marshal shipping oranges. i urlppu! bronchitis and all throat and lung;
took place on the old Bessey plantation. and collector, Chas T. Mcltilde. The troubles Price WHits and fl. Trial bot I
LI tile Willie wan excellent, and was act- election If do not have rain the :
will bn held we soon gardens
their on December ltUl.) tlesl1'eo
Many friends were present to pay : at Wilson oftSon'lI( drug store
ted by Mr. and Mrs.\ Bachus' bright lit \ j
tho land will all
on high dry '
J. (I. Andrews up. I
last deceased friend. arrived home last
respects to their\ At the last meeting of the
: tle boy. Ice cream and cake were served Literary .
Saturday, from a trip of several months afterwards. The handsome sum of nearly Society, held tu the parlors of Hotel \Mrs. II. 8. Williams anti Mrs. J. S, I,
RECOMMENDS: IT TO TRAINMEN" to his old home In Ohio. We are glad to $100 was taken in. Bellevue\ the following officers were Coat were calling here on /Satuay.: HAL ES'VATE1cOItSAL1:.
,
-O. II. Ilansan, Lima 0.,englaeer L. E. see the Captain ,enjoying such good elected for the next three months A, J. A. Wheeler arrived I here Monday, and I

&; W. K'yM writes: "I have been troubleda health, and to have him with us. To-day take Foley's Honey and Tar. It Iloke, jr., president; John Nlcholseo, lest yesterday for his place at Bahm. A* Administrator of tho Estate of

great deal with backache. I was Induced Mrs. James Hudson': of Sebastian, was positively( prevents pneumonia, or other vice president; Miss Mattie Brown, secre William 'frontier, deceased, We offer atpilvate'salo
to try Foley'i Kidney Cure, and one the guest of her son, F. M. Hudson, and serious results from colds.. It may be toe tary; Mrs. E. AI, Campbell, treasurer; \Mrs J. B. Bower and daughter: Hattie, the following described Real, I
bottle entirely relieved me. I gladly family of this few this Miss M. Nicholson, chairman were visiting friends here last week Estate
place
a days late to-morrow. B. R. Wilson A; !Hon.:: program belonging to laid Estate:
recommend it to anyone, especially my week. b1 re. Hudson has many friends committee; Mrs. Laura Adams, chairman J. 8. Coats spent part of last week at No. I. Mold ,
friends among the trainmen who are usually who welcome her here at all times. membership committee; Mrs. K. W. his grove In LaJ range, setting out orange I
Goode No. 8. All of ST of NE} Section 21
similarly afflicted. Wilson fc; Son. White City. critic. tree ,
Henry Andrews; of Palnesvllle, 0., arrived Township a? South, Range 117 Fast, covered ,
here last. week, and will succeed ... To T. J. Holder ha left the employ of with water, lying In said Eau Gallie '
Jensen. Frank Harton as foreman on the Beulah should cure a cough stop coughing, a* It taken River and Eau Gallle I'
Everybody the pink paperof Irritates the lungs and II. 8. William", and has charge of Hay, containingabout '
gives them
pineapple plantation, owned by Miss S. the East Coast. chance to heal. no the I. M. Cox place. Mr. Holder Is a 110 acre, more or loss 1
-/ J. Tibbals of New York. Mr.Andrews' Mrs. McMullIn\ spent several days at curea without Foley's Honey and Tar. faithful young man and a hard worker No. 8. Sold.
causing a strain in throwIng
Jake who went to the hospltalln family arrived Wednesday night and j
St.Padgett Augustine, some weeks ago, I Is will occupy the cottage on Beulah ,plan- her old borne In Eden this week. off the phlegm like common cough Mr. and Mr. II. K. Hughes, of Georgl: No. 4. That portion of 8W>/, Section

still confined tbeie. i tation. J. W. Mosler went to Jensen for a few' expectorants. B.. R. Wilson A Son. ana, spent Monday with fair and Mr, 21, Township 27 Hoiith. Range .17 East, .
days to attend to some work In his Bulmon.:: This good couple are always commencing at a point 870 feet West from l
A new, mercantile establishment underthe II The Tibbals Bathing club, which has pinery. welcome Mr, Hughes Informs UII that Northeast corner post on J..f Section line /
firm name of Hull & Baker has I not had Its regular meetings on Thurs- Eau Gallie. he will be shipping bean soon, and that a* aforesaid and (110 feet Mouth of said >i
day of each week for a month Several of our young people went to Section /line for
opened a store la town past, ow they are fine. a stalling point, tbenc
ing to the extensive repairs and Improvements Fort Pierce, Saturday night, to attend run South 4'i:. feet thence East 100 feet,
Messrs. J. P. Brown, A. IX Penneyand being made on the club-house by the entertainment. Mrs. Trentler Is painting the roof of Say lie Was Tortured."I thence Houth 42(1 feet, thence West to

Wade Jones, of Titusvllle were here Mr. Harry Jennings, the owner of the Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, from the Indian her fine house on Magnolia avenue. Heollon line, thence North 528 ft, thence

several the Frink days the estate.past, week In the matterof building:, ,,11noW'\ have their regular River, were the guests of Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Northland are occupying suffered such pain from corn I East 717 feet more or less; ton point 100 4.

meetings every Thursday afternoon.The Fran son on Sunday. the Harrison cottage for the winter. could hardly walk," write II. Robinson, feet West of Houthweit corner of plat of ,

If some one really wlshea to open a Ladles' Clvlo Club Hlllsborough, HI*., "but Buoklen' Arnica Harno, thence South IflO/ feet, thence '!<,
of this
place Mrs. Joseph Davis went to Eden on Mrs. Clark and son James of Olean Salve completely cured them." Act
East
business In which there Is more money has ordered six carloads 750 feet to West Hide of F. E. C.
of shell from on Tuesday, to attend a grand afternoon N. Y., arrived In Eau Gallie /Hie magic on sprains bruises outs J
than anything else, they will\ combine a the Fort on Friday.J. sores, : Railway right of-wny, thence North on
Pierce shell
bakery and laundry. To the right partyIt mound, and began, ten at the home of Mr*. J. G. Wey, which I A. Gilbert I'a scalds, burns, bolls, ulcer Perfect healer I West side of F. E. C. Railway rlght-of- "
Tuesday, building a bicycle path on the took contemplating extensive
will be_a bonanza at this place.J west side of the place on Wednesday. Improvements on hi of skin diseases and piles Cure guaranteed w"yH) feet, thence East to point of beginning
county road, along the property on
O. Wey, of Eden, ha accepted a river front, which will extend from the Our club Is making arrangements fora the Eau Gallie river by B. R. Wilson fc; Son 2Sot. excepting: railroad right-of-way
grand ball and box party to be held In through Containing about 26
position as bookkeeper In the Planters Episcopal church to the north end of
E. Pplllor shot and killed
I the club-room tour watermoccasin acre Including the road. This
County
on Thanksgiving Eve.
toourltybank of this place. Mr. Wey the settlement. This will add much to Cocoa.
: The In snakes near his landing on the tract bas a of BOO ((100
the readlag-ruom, connection with young grove or
Is an expert accountant, and his many appearance, as well a* value of all Eau
friends are glad to see him filling this property, and our fair ladles are much i the club I I" well supplied with reading Gallle river this week. I II I tree on It, and an artesian: well, etc.

responsible position. enthused over their success, while w matter, which Is enjoyed by all who pate Jno. Near will open a photographic: ) Calvin Gore I la our present marshal, J.; No. 5. Begin at Southeast corner of
v men are ready to answer at every call ronize It. Many thanks to the publisher studio In the near future, and will have Paine having resigned lot now,or formerly, owned by J. L. liar-
F. W. Wills bat retired from the mercantile hoping to be able to share some of the who have contributed to It. souvenir plates of Eau Gallie and Its environs risen, thence run Mouth across Elbow

business, and Mr. Leal, formerlyof praise and credit; but much to our regret A number of our young people gathered on sale A great many of tbe ADVOOATH'S subscribers creek to North boundary of land belong

Espanola, baa taken the business. E. they ask us: "Where Is your shell at the home of bliss Louise Jensen on Capt. Andrews of are arriving horn the north ing to Wm. Treutler, thence East along
O. B. Tyndall, who Is well.and favorably and-'rock road have been Tibbals. having Ai Section line which Is the North bound ...
you talking !Sunday afternoon and a few pleasant his sloop the Dixie overhauled Improvements In this section still continue
known through the entire section, has a about for the ten ?" Jensen on ary of Wm.Treutler'aland to North bankof
past And ,
years we hours. Mrs. assisted by MraGUltaf Hodgson's ways. The Captain ha Just and every carpenter, painter and
with Mr. Leal.
position simply : "Good ladles and Elbow creek, thence West along bankof
say morning en, served'an elaborate ]cost, returned from a summer' visit In Ohio. bricklayer I la employed.Dr. .
Mrs. O. 8. Schuyler entertained the take onr leave. which was appreciated by all. Sundown said creek to point of beginning, being
II. L. Jordan had his rod /line and and Mr*. D. J. DIBol, of New In Section: '.township87 South Range ,
Point Lace Club at her house on Satuday rFrank Bell came too soon to suit the guest and the ,
of White City who 1 la our reel York, are again with us for tbe winter 37 East. This land with '
last. While point lace Is the basis charming listen. Mrs. Jensen 1 la very carried away by an Immense leather Is covered the
representative as County Commissioner back turtle/ last week. The tackle Like tbe pink paper, they are very pope water of the creek
of the Club's meetings, the social features of this district, called on the tax bard to beat a* an entertainer, and this was lar. '
come in for their share of the attention on Tuesday Wednesday In referenceto payer was the event of the season. afterwards found but the turtle had es No. (5. Part of sub-division of Lot 21,
vocal and caped. Messrs. George, Charles and Frank Houston's addition
of the ladles. Music- the expenditure of our special road to Eau Gallla, cornerof
and Instrumental-was rendered, together The Kathleen went to New Hatch andlfupertl'astonhave returned Houston street and street through the
fund; and to save Mr. Bell time and -The, Clyde Line Steamship Co'*. Smyrna, on
with other attractions which were trouble a meeting was called at the club I aa-encyls I at the ADVOCATE office Titusvllle Monday last, and will bring back a large from their two weeks' camping outing 'Roesch addition, fronting 100 feet on
highly enjoyed. Dainty refreshments bouse. When the entire place wa represented ; where you can secure reservations. scow on the return trip. Mr. Steele, of on the west side, and report lots of Houston street

were served, and twilight w..lntroducedby and the subject handled with Toronto, Canada, went with the vessel game. No 7. Commerfoe about 0 chains 35 ;,
nature's process before the ladles much Interest, all our people decided in for the trip. I Horace P. Shares of New Haven Ct., links Went from Northeast comer of j 1

thought of adjourning to their respective favor of shell, a* It can be obtained at Ankona. Mr; and Mr*. E. W. Stlckney Miss ha arrived at Kookledge; also his brother Section 20, on Section/ line between /Sections \

I homes. f once, and at considerable less money, Eliza Stlckney and Mrs. Canfield are cosily , Paul The New' Rockledge hotel 17and 20, run West Oohaln 13 link*, .

S. nendry, of City Point, gave an entertainment taking Into consideration the price the Most of our people enjoyed the entertainment settled In Oleander cottage for the will open about column Deo. l Iii.. Watch tbeAovoOATit thence South 10 chain 54 links, thence I

at the Town hall last Fri railroad demands for placing a spur Into at Ft. Pierce, Saturday night. 'winter, after a pleasant summer spent South (00 degrees 80 second*, Eaat 3 chain

day evening, consisting of grapbophonerecitations the rock mound and the amount of red In Oloau, N. T. A. L. Marsh, manager of Hotel Indian to Eau Gallle River, thence follow the .; I
songs and music; also a seriesof I tape to handle In order to obtain the rock Dr. Julius Young of Chicago, Las recently Hirer, Ilookledgn-to whom the pink paper shore of Eau: Gnllle\ Hirer In an Easterly :
kalcdloacoplo moving pictures. Some at all, which always means considerabledelay. purchased a tine river front property New buildings are going up steadily, ba referred on several occasions'I direction to a point due South from place ,

choice selection were rendered by the Mr. Bell Is doing nil in Us powerto and will develope It In a substantial and our town Is on a continuous boom. I Is busily employed /getting his house In of beginning, thence north to point of \

graphophone, and the kaledloscopio pictures give us the very beet results possible way this winter. For future developments, watch that excellent lint-clans shape| for the coming season' beginning, containing 0 acre, more or :

compassed a range from the sub under the circumstances,and I la fast !gainIng Our pineapple flcMs and orange grove known and advertising medium, the well 'business When Mr. Marsh gets throughwith less, and known a* the Kitchell place. .t ld i I

lime to the ridlcalous. The entire entertainment the confidence and support of our never looked so well. The crop of fall newsy pink paper. the Improvement, the old patron No. 8. NK>$4" of Section\ 28, Township ?

was exceptionally good. The people, pines baa been very large and exceptional Miss KHz Slickney of Buffalo, will/ will hardly recognize it.how's 27 South, Range 37 East, containing 100 '
range of work covered historical features prices have been realized. spend the winter with her aunt Mr*. K, -. ---- acres, less railroad right-of-way. ; I
that were Instructive to old and young A Fireman's Close Call. W. Htlckoey. of Oleander We No.9.
Edgar.Lewis wife and two daughters cottage. Till,.. ; NWJf of Section/ 23, Townlblr"i
Incidents connected with our war with extend a hearty welcome to Miss Stick 27 South
J r
Rang 87 East 100
"stuck to my engine, although every have arrived from Chicago, and will We offer One Hundred Dollar Reward containing
:Spain were vividly reproduced, giving ney, and wish her a very pleasant winter acres, loss railroad rightofway.No. .
to those not familiar with modern war joint ached and every nerve was racCed make their home with us. We are season. for any cane of Catarrh that can cot: bo ;
fare a clear conception of now such with pain" writes C. W. Bellamy, a lojcomotlve pleaned to welcome then to our com cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure 10. 41: 00-100 acre, loss railroad
things very done. The hall was- filled to fireman, of Burlington, Iowa. munity.Mr. We are plea ed to announce that Mr. f. J. /'IIKNBY; & Co. Prop, Toledo O. rlcrht-of-war being part of Lot 1 and of N

over owlnjC.are The people of Jenson are "I was weak and pale, without any appetite and Mr*. AbJllI will bave with S.purchased E. Harbour the, Treutler of Walden Cottage ben Wa tbe undersigned, have known F. J. NEii of NW(, Section 5, Township 27

always ready to patronize entertainment and all run down. A*I was about them, shortly, Mrs. Abdlll' father, a near the mouth of the Eau orange Gallle grove river., Clieney for the last 13 yean, and believe South, Range i. Jast, known a. J. L.
that have merit; and should Mr. BeD to j give up I got a bottle of Electric Bjt- prominent banker of Newton Iowa, ands This la loaded with him perfectly honorable In all business Stewart place. 1
dry return this way, be can expect a tars and after taking it. I felt .. well a Mr. AMUl's brother and family of Danville this grove and will be very fine fruit transactions and financially able to carry N... 11. Lots Hand f a, block 4, Town V
seiwioa, quite a of i
good attendance. I ever did In my life." Weak,sickly,rundown III. The Ahdlll mansion will add the fortunate source out any obligation made by their firm. of Eau Oallle. -

people always gain new life mach to our social life thl year congratulate revenue to Mrs. Uarbour owner on being, and the we West *; Truax. Wholesale Druggists. To No. 12.; Lot I, block .1.I Town of Eon {
strength and vigor from their use. Try ledo, 0. Waldlng Klnnan & Marvin !
Geo. A. Points, Upper Sandusky, CX', them. Satiitfaatlon guaranteed by B. R. Peter Breldt, of Elizabeth N:J., will owner of so valuable a piece of property. Wholesale Druggists, Toledo O. Gain held under. Quit Tax claim Title.deed for thl*. only- .

writes : "I have been using find Wilson & Hon. Price i 50cts. shortly erect a fine new home on his recently ------- Hall' Catarrb Cure I I. taken Internally
Honey and Tar for hoarseness and It acquired at this For price and term address,
property place. W. J. Shlvely" BaUrvllle, 0., speaking acting directly upon the blood and macon .
the best remedy I ever tried. It stopped Mr. Breldl'will have one of the finest of Banner Salve says: "I uaed It for surfaces, of the system. Price 73o. F. A. MORGAN and W. II. JONES,

the cough Immediately and relieved all -If you want good result, you will winter home on the river. C. T. pile, and It ba done me more good than per bottle./ Hold by all druggist ,Testimonial A* Administrator of tbe Estate of Wn, f
IIOfeO_ Take none but Foley's. 0. It. find the ADVOCATE an excellent adver. McCjirty will erect the bouse and have any salve I have ever used and I have free. Hall' Family Pill are Trentler, deceased.Tltusvllle .

Wilson & Son. Using medium. charge of the Improvement tried a great many kinds. Wilson Son.: tbe best. Florida.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 15, 1901. -
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I BADBREATH !I of are whisky.at the bottom or. every quart JUg The Seaboard Air Line RailwayVESTIBULED


: Rum and ruin rags and redness ot

eyes go together.
Satan's strongest hold upon man 1 I Is
Capital City Route
through Intoxicating: : drinks. t* oy
..a .... ,.... ..1.. I7AOAA... ..._ Touch not taste not handle not. Tel LM1TEoThe
.
a mild and seeouv.laeadv. tbay ar* Imply won 4..i A
dftrful. My daURhtvr and 1 .w....r .bothorvd wll.;. totallsin Is the only safeguard agalm" shortest Rout
Ink .u maoti and our brtath ry bad AfMtaking
few diMwa of Ca oaru w* Lav* Imnrov* Intemperance. HS '
r1 They are a r .t help. ID(M .. Unapplied by the misery be hal TRAt
WII.HBI.MIM NAOIL. / The Best
11,17,KIIMDBOUM 81..ClaaaaaY,01110. wrought and undeterred by any ksoFb Line-

thought of tbe future, the drunkar yl DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

CATHAPITIcTRADI CANDY goer down to eternal death. c,r Double Dally Service-Including Sunday tot. .

Vain Is every effort to conquer tbe 1 COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RlClI .*)1J
drink habit except through the grace ot 0e SAVANNAH, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK
WASHINGTON,
Christ THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.
Woo to him who putteth tbe bottle this WITH
MAPS .IelaeeD .
neighbor's lips and nmketb hit Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to N: "" ?)??,

write...
drunken. For further Information

Xtraordlnary willfulness, as In the Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt. Jack onvllle. Florida.!
n.....nt. Palaubl. "" ..n.., Taste Good no drunkard's case, will at tbe last meet i. A. O. MACDOJJELL, R. E'-p.; BUNCH,
Good,M...r Hlokin. Weaken.or Grl....10o:rod iOe v'afNv J. M. BARR, Pass. Agt.
CURE CONSTIPATION. ... with xemplary punishment std'J1I I. V. P. & G. M., .
.,.u..r ..,. fAW.w..._... ... r_. in Yield not to the voice of tbe teraptei, PORTSMOUTH, VA.

Bold' and vnarant ed by alldruir' who loves only to destroy. _-
10.IU-BAU
.
I.MU> CVHKTubaoooUablt.Accented Zealously shun even tbe appearanc

of evIL Avoid It, turn from It and pas . Dixie Flyer Route . '.

Free and along.
Masons with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CARS,
trains
Double dally ,
0.. Lit MI.Utry. . Tri-Wcckly Sailings . _Through without change-
We do not realize the Importance of FLORIDA, TO NASHVILLE, AND ST. Lou is:
JACKSONVILLE,
tbe unconscious part of our life minis JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK -Clo connections made In Union Depots, for-
Indian No. 00 I try. It goes on continually. In ever; BETWEEN Louisville, Cincinnati, Memphis and all points West and Northwest
Chicago,
greeting to another on th< .
we give via
: S. C. both ) Be sure that your ticket reads -
TltusTilleFlorida. at Charleston ways
\ River : street In every moment's conversation, RAILROAD and NASHVILLE, CHATTAXOOGA,

,,10 every letter we write in every con The FineCalling in the Coastwise Servic WESTERN: ATLANTIC A ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.For .

Holds LOtJle.Its meeting the Second" and fourth Friday tact with other lives there Is'a snbth Information relative to rates, schedule etc., write to...

I of each month, the late Armory, TltuiTllle Influence that goes from us that often T M. DOYLE, Fla. Pass. Agt, Jacksonville FJa.
t: ,. ,at 7;(N)o'nlork : in.tan. reaches further and leaves a deeper Im The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. AN Gen. Pass. Agt. 11. F. SMITH, Traffic Manager
Muter. HARM ,
( W.l400hle. Wornhlprul C. E. hvllle
.I"'b'; J. K. Walker Senior W r 'j' d. Bnhuylar Junior'Warden. we are doing at the time. It Is not Points.
J.M.l>lxon, Troaanrar.. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern
It F. A. Morgan, 8, creuIJ.i so much what we do In this world ai ,
I i\r. J. A. Hughe,Cbanlaln. what v.e are that tells In spiritual re (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways)
J. Li.Carruthera, Senior Dnaoon.
.JI.,.;., W. M. Woodward Junior Deacon suits and Imprel lonll.-J. H. Miller BEMI-WEEKLY &AIUNOBI pLANT SYSTEM.The
(} J. II. Snreven,Senior Steward.v : Southbound.........", .,........ from Lewis Wharf Bo tNorthbound. < .
.
O. H. WaltonJunlor Steward. .. .. ......j..... from fens of Catherine Street, Jaukaonvll
Pyi' K. E. Mlou,jr.,TI.r.Fo. ... om "'lIltt..." !. Maine."Bitters. ?/ '.

. ." under which name many
.:,, .. ". -w -- -- --- -- -- --- - Intoxicating compounds are sold by Clyde St. Johns River Line. Great Through Car Line) from Florida.-Connections:

r.rV A GAY DECEIVER. druggists In prohibition states, come

I6 "'," under the ban of the law In Maine, according (DeBary Line.) East! via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line, via Charleston, Richmond
;. lase .( ... Odd Little War Thai recent decision by Judge BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 1U the and Washington. The Southern Railway,. via Savannah, ColumWi
j Alcohol !!... to a Stopping at Palatka Attar, St. Francis, ttermford (DeLand), Blue Springs and intermediate I.nd-
and Washington.
It I.bl'Ofld
of Lewlston. The decision
I Cornish on the 8t.John't KlTer.
luge
:; Dr. D. n. Mann In The International enough too, to shot out many STEAMER "City of Jacksonville"CAPT. TA the West The Southern R'y via Je up, Atlanta and ChattanooRo.Savannah; Columbia The LeN

J:>' Good Templar says: well \known and approved specifics. W. A. SHAW. IU via Montgomery.: The Southern R'y via ,

fl "i Some people drink to make themidi'ea 13 APPOINTED:! TO SAIL AS FOLLOWS: and Aahevllle. The M &; 0 R'y via Montgomery.

hlUrloua and happy. Here theydeceive Leave Jacksonville 3:SO p.m.,Sunday.Tuesdays and Thured.,.. via' Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New York,
", theuwelvou. The temporary activity :Never try to coax a cold or cough, us Leave Banford It:.30..m ,Monday*. W ednmHlayi and "'rhll.u.Northbound, Read FA the East Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah and Merchants* Mlnen
both : up.
{, he remedy that unfailingly conquers Southbound,Read down SOHKUULJC. .
: that the alcohol Imparts to the Is tbe ksonville..Attlve. 2:11t: )am. Transportation Company for Baltimore.
:1 great 8130
Horehound Leave Occidental SteamshlpiTo
Dallard's Syrup
ti; { .. .. ........ Leave 8.:: K> |im. vlaPort Tampa and Peninsular:
8:11\: >in ....... .I'.tka. To Key West and Havana,
brain Is simply a production from the .pecltio for all throat and lung troubles ." a-OOnni| .....Aitor .... ... 3:5O) |>m.4iaoau Breton and Prince Edwards Island, via Boston and Canada,
-dilatation of the cerebral blood vessels 'rice :25 and 00 cents. Wilson .t Son .. >.i.... St. Francis ............. .>> I :uo pin. Nova Scotia, Cape line for Halifax, Hawkesbury and Charlottestown.
W 0 I ...INperfordDeland! )............ Huon'n.: Atlantic and Plant Steamship
which produces temporary exhilaration. e.Oam...Blue Spring:*........:.,. .. JI lOam.
( +t.. But it It only temporary, always being The chief of police of Fitchburg. Arrive 8 JO am ..... .. ......... nior ................. v.30aiu. 'VV'XNTD1E1.: : T047 i.XSTS TXODJDTSwm :

c fdJlowod by a little depression more or hi a as.. Is not only very conscientious, Jen'l Passenger and Ticket Office. 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville sale throughout the Northern, Eastern, Western and Southern States to

lens according to the extent to which but must be possessed of a keen sensef A.Co HAGERTY, Jla: t'n P.... Agt. r.M.IRONMONGER*., Fla. Pans. Agt., ill FLORIDA be on RESORTS, via the Plant System, during the season of 1901.1002lIm-
hl itlw stimulation or Irritation )I. carried. ) humor, !It appears that, having lei 18 State St., New York !roe< West Hay St..JIWlLIondlle1... ted 'return until May 31st, with liberal l stopover prlvlledges Florida.

I Aa we have already learned, the at.Idpte .& prisoner escape, be accused himself rHOB.' D.HALEY foot Hoican Local. 8t freight,Jackaonvllta Agent( Fla. I0.I r P.LOVKI.U Font Aast.Hogan! Fla.8t.Supt., Jacksonville. ,Fla Addresses of parties in the north sent to the undersigned will be liberally Bup.

of alcohol are more marked upon of neglect of,duty and then proceeded JOHN. L. nuwAtui.18operlntend.nt. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville, Fla. >lied with all Information and handsome advertising matter.
tna than other organ THEO. O. )COleR. General Matairer.. f OUWK CO., General Agents. reservation, etc., call on or write to
brain any
'I\ upon Opppooelte to rates sleeping car
4 la caused to plead guilty to tbe charge. It only Cnwwbnmgb; Hulldlng, 18 Stab St., Battery Park, New York. For information as ,

, C:, of by the the body.paralyzing The depression effect of the drink ,. remains for the prisoner to voluntarily C. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusvllle, Fla. F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger; Agent.

and the little drama will Astor Block, Jacksonville, Fla.,
: r, often leading to an utter lose of Belt surrender 138 West Bay St.,

''I control. Here again alcohol proves Itself ben be complete. B. VV. W re n n, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

f r:; a gay deceiver by making the Florrda Coast Superintendent, Savannah, Ga.Southern .
East DENHAM General
I \IV! boisterous drinker do things for the Tbe return of tbe Chinese court to Ry V. B. :

I ,) amusement of others which he would Peking Is again announced. After her ,. .

I : not do when In his right mind, 'and summer In the mountains tbe dowa-

r}' those which are disgusting to his' all Oo ier empress ought to be In fine health Tim T.... Ira &1. la t Effect ei u i, 1001.sour .

" i.: elates unless they be In the same and ready, for another massacre of foreign -, IKXCTND tRead Dowel (Read Up NORTH BOUND.

r' maudlin condition. envoys. Nu. ,' o.ie o.lI No.la hDsdy
...: .u u.u
sort of Increased buoyancy Is Dally [
j That DalI7 STATIONS Duity Dail7 411yr ma
, the constitution debilitating r"I .x.SU ex.\u\
damaging to of strengthening Irrltnt- Tbe story of an attack on the guards I jq ... ... F IUllla Lv........ .Ja aonville..ArT QOtia :::::: (x
Instead
f" tomb In Canton bear Jn onvlU.Lv ...... I' L'oIfS
lug Instead of soothing, and every reo it tbe McKinley )4 :EI"....., e tau ll lb4a: :": "". ".80.tlr. k: .ttn. ..:.a.. M 6 66upp 16621 ...... .... <:)
is certain marks wblcb suggest the band A re7 ...... : : It 47a : :::::. Ha t.hu.a .. .......... .. 6 HI' 'Ilia ...... !:z: ..
'I'; pouted periodical of the practice one writer. _,... EI ..... 7.1tp t.Oil]) .' .. ....Eat P".r.k.......... 4 Min T ooa ....... ,.eo ItM .
:' step more toward an untimely end. of tbe Ingenious/: space ,... z: ; :: -..... 71141' 1 1I4.... a ::......... Ne"I1........,..... .. .1111' fl2:1n: ...... n rW
It la decrtver. raq: ...... 4 )J lH.:1p: ............btmnell" 4 vip sins ...... 03 od Railway
,G, In many other ways a gay i _. A. ..... T6h! It: Sep It ....:........Dup.nt............ It 4Wp 1I1I7u. ...t. -.. 0oIfS
It makes/ n man boast or riches - z 0 CIJ .... III1.JI' lIIIp" ...........rlll..od.. ....... UIt'J!' 6 bOa... ... . _
MIen he has not u dollar to bill name ... .. SlOp 18.p ? ............I>..'ton............. 112: .l' 6l1lu. ... tr7.iZ : -
W 5wp 1.1' It ......ortOrange .,.....? Hltp 6'.01\. !:
(the saloon keeper line It); It makes a 0 6U'4' OW.. Snip: It .........New \m1.rna ..... :t&II' 60\J0i 275pt. bot'"" yC> .
I H It ........... 2",1' ..... !lUllp t
of his fellows 6li11a :.. 2001' ...... .Qak HUI. o : tZW
him feel Independent oIfS ? ......,.,.. I ...... JII61'
I eut4 ...,.. BOr,1' ...:....Tltlwvllle .. Ivip M'EI
Help. <:> ..
Itma.kell .. ,. . .. -. TO
wen bo Is l entirely dependent; o4 841lr- . .Ooroa. 11Vp' DIR13CT L.I-NI3-QUICK: TIME
r him think he la smart when his : .q.,........ ... ... ...;.. u ......Rookh .htunotloa.....: 11dp ..... ...... .3y tom Ca >
...... .4uesp.:: ....,......)!:de. .... :: !I24dpkep .. .... .. . :I ..... pbliaulflpbla,
t .i playing/ the fool. It makes him 0 .. . ......... 1\1nJK'urll..,....... ",. .... .. ..... p OOOI-' UUhl:1t:' !: Baltimore,
, n1l'elfVann when be U (!) tcI"'" ...... l' .. ........ ,,;..b".tI8l1. .. ....". 11r.1I ,i. ... ...... Q> .... tJ; Dew: Vcrs: Chicago\ Cincinnati.Cosisolilc .
! imagine hi .. t ..... ...4 Ul' ......... St ::........ 1111" .... .. .. ... >Ij-' Birmingham.meraphls
, cold below the normnl. All these and ._.... ...a W ... ... .'.........'Vurt Pierce......... ".. II\ U.u ...... ...... 0> eo I Jltlinta, ,
trots the damaged, disturbed C.... ... . ) .........:., 'flbh..I............ .. ieuta.... .. ..... rn !2: St. Louis: l(&DS41S eity.
vastly more I Nature . .. ItI' .. ........... JGI.e, ........... .. 1011.I0.: ...', :.. .. tr:! b fbt1fanoOGII, ,
condition of the blood Vesselsof 'oIfS ..".,.. snip ...... .....:Jeu.ea............ 10::a. .... ..... t'd j-- .
r. III. .. 11431' .. .. ,. :-Itu..rD. ........, Lola, ...... ...... 0.I2- AND ALL POINTS BAST AND WBST.I
i the broln.'I' -IS ....... 71p' ,.....,..Hober.unnd......... .. 94.t.. ...... .... .. ... -- .
'I'' Again, many Imagine themselves Impregnable jq z Z ...... .T :up .. .........We"r. Jup ...... .. U Juts ...... ...... tz.I: tJ; pa.
of Infectious O .. 167p .. .......W.stlhdlu tleaeh...... U1s ...... ... ... i F.. to the powrr and children need O .'...ojo.. 11211'' ............H"yD1..1\............. .'a. $ Ucu.. ... ...... -. .
.a
, diseases If they be well filled up with Babies ...... snip ......... ...Dnlr"y............. this: .. ...... Wm :j THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA EXPRESSAND
jq ... ,. ... .. . .. ,
"' .. .. ..... 1111'' ..... .FortLiou.I."lale. ... 7U. t.xj aOSTp
'I tftuglefoot whisky, brandy or some food, rarely ever medi- ...;.. .. .. : .......I..eI.ot.1t7. ...... . 8616..... ..; ;.. tdtI4 :
proper
,. other strong member of the alcohol \ : ...... .'four'.rAr.; .. ... .. MJ.m1' ......... ....Lv e4su. .. .. ... . TH c: U. S. FAST MAILTo -

: fawlly.I cine. If they do not thrive Jinlfoi .'"rlo. Uwr uu I'rnuu tt.5 and 7Mo2t the .Best: und ISoi-tH.:
'' But that, too. Is a grave error for Is .
I their food something No.ItlDaily yn.ia No *
'
I the condition the system under the t on N..> Huud olol| |Dully Nu 1uud ; Dtilly ne 5 MAYPORT BRANCH. \Daily Mum THE! CINIIN 'JATI .& FLORIDA LIMITED

influence of alcohol renders It fur They need a little .tfuJ4Ui ( Only! -
Ilr d wrong. kitty Only . . ...... :\ ..... To the West: end North-W..t.
lITuinlUlxa, III II"i iii.! .v.. .. ....... ... .'kw.uv te.. Ar 64iip 1l.3op
to pestiferous Influences iooj.9UM1I .. ..... .
i' more susceptible
their'digestive .. . Jm k-HtiiviUo.............. 78a, I 6 J 1o : .
>
, because of the temporarily weakened help to get lO jal fl.'Bp OWpl Vluti Nldut' Pabli> Hf ai ' > .
"
| r'k ,
6w..I"h' I14&a
'I',I condition of the nerves blood vessels machinery working properly.S' " '111 10iV 1a.r\.i TiKiu TtvJ "III'Sin'" ." ......''...Hta.uh..r".'rr. .. ... Lv d 700t.". 44r..IIIIII''.... .. .. Springs, N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section in the
:'1'' a and viscera of the body. 'u. act World. Through Sleeping Cars from Jacksonville to

'II I f fl>:. o. Dniiw:: : !liHliijaliyDall7| ;; | p Rally iNU 4. PALATKA nKa.- iillt'' i.4 if;"I r Dut1.;: : i I Dalljsimp i Asheville and Hot Spring, North Carolina.

TEMPERANCE ALPHABET. \ / j!Ik" 118..6.1.\ ;'. Lv.. .Palutlin ,. ..*r I '... 2.... Tiil 6aJp: 1:1: 1111l1,1 >
:it 7 lain UItN .. 541.11 7 "j
4.6P121sip I \ 116'., Oil '> Ar..F..r PiilntkfV..r. II iris Idl1n Buffalo n. V.
BNp ;; _. '- iIbake of Routes to Pan }mtrlcaa ekpcjttlo*, ,

::1 A ,pa/nrnlnic Dlr..t..d at Th.... Who "12519jg! No.r'ijS"-I- MAN MATEO BK....' OH. I.DaiiylSallJ' Cars,
Urlnk.I j Vertlbuled Trains Pullman Bleeyint
f Would llyllh | : I .. .. ... .... .. ...... .... .KiutFtnlntka........T... .... .. .... Through DrawiBg-room
Work the Tm T v . ....... .. .........Arl i Through Coaches.
I;r The Christina publishes OIL .Apl Said> Ar .... ... . .. .. .. Nan Metro... ... 6No. 8 .rpaANsiEOHCITY
LIVER .!! "
following temperance alphabet, pre- COD : N..II I ISo \JDally 13XCUUUBINT: DI.-NI1SQ CAR; 8BRVICB.
WITH HYPOPHO surfs ,lINE i SODA li ; BANFORD BBAKCILT ; Daily
pared by William O. Hncselbuith: I lro.I I..n,
kl.
.. l "'xtln Exttu Through Train via The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection
Alcohol-The devil,In solution. T :-I" ......... kip. HSa'CrTT .' ............Titi.Ririll....,...........r flip:! with the Plant System from Jacksonville.for .
Beer-A stupefying beverage. correct this It liipiLv' ,. ....New bviitnuu Hulen .......L.v r BW'P I..K ............... ................. IOTA
.. ...
} of will generally lilpj .. .. Lako .... .. BUl 8B8u ........ .. Oeto.n. .........., 116m Solicited.
Crime-The outcome Intemperance.Drunkeunesv .OplUIll.I'7.: / for Tickets via Southern Correspondence
"( ........ Railway.
.,.. bWp. $56n .............Buterprlna..' .. 116.1.11100H
rL,L -Tho fruitful source of difficulty.If I45pAr..Crang.OlryJe.. RIMIn Ar.............r.tnacrrl.. . .. .. AOlCSONVIJ.LJ: FLA.h.M .
.. P. CAE' Florida FaaMnger AS."llA Wits Bar St.. :

Jf crime Eternal! poverty Death and-wretchedness.The drunkard's. you will put from one- These. Time Tanlm ahow the time a' whloh train may \. t>xt>uar...d< to arrive. and depart ARAWICK. < .n.ral r...... Agl, 11'. H.TA'YLO&. A..'.G... Pa... "."
arrival. or itn arton at the III"' itated t not eu.ran.ed ATLANTA,ux.
tae iw....rnl amtlnn. but their Wary 1NWTUN, >> a
,.rll. half teaspoonfulin rom for duluy or oonaequenoea artly -
any
a" fourth to a . m>r IIHM the Uompany hold. ttolt responsible any '
Fruits of Intemperance- Poverty, four therefrom. .-a.y i, 1901.Special.
'. Baby's bottle three or
crime wretchedness Buffering and OCCIDENTAL
: PENINSULAR' AND

: death.Gin-Death on a pale borse. times a day you will soon see STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.. .. -

I' Hard Up-Chronic condition of the a marked improvement. For KEY WEST AND HAVANA.
MIAMA
:
BETWEEN
drunkard when he Is not low down. children from half to Low elates:
larger Havana and a tar< 00 am
Uya..lp
Leave Weds
of all villain ... and Frtdnys..10 08 pm
InteD1)leranec-Tho sum Miami Mnndnr .
Lea. Arrive Key West We.ta and can. .. A an |>inmiveKey
I lee aa It Is the parent of all crimes. a teaspoonful, according to rrtve Kay We..rTiae.West Tuna,.and.D.I"'I."ctatnrdaya.'.... TBipm pm Lwkre Key 'Wj.iii Thn and nn.... 4*" >n,

Jail-.\ wayside .station on the road dissolved in their milk, .rrlveHavanaV.4..andMonday.. tDOaiu Arrive Monttrrt.ayaandllondaya. tOUaiii T0 New YORK and all Eastern Points.
.
to destruction. age, for copy of local state oath addreii any Areae.I.

I Keener than a serpent's sting Is that if you so desire, will very D. RARNKR. A.-t. (f... P.... Agent. ST. APOTJST1NE. FLA '
IrkeU now on sale via

of Liquor aJcohol.drinking. If persisted la. surely soon show its great nourish.

toads to drunkenness and death both ing power. If the mother's THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE, Lines

of the body anti soul.
Marvelous Indeed. that men shouldvotautarlly milk does not nourish the Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada -Mallory

put Into their mouths an she needs the emul .
baby
enmny to steal away their brains! PRICE $4.00 and '8.00 EACH. Should be used by every Boat Builder In the U. S,. ...AT.. .
Need follows hard on the heels of sion. It will show an effect f -j__ -'

strong drink and not nnfrequently endsIn at both mother 111 Use by soma of the Principal BOlt Builders In the United States. LOWEn..nA.TI T1IAX UY ANY OT1IEll (.1X12, Including all nleal.aod '.
once upon
berths. Departures from Jacksonville Thursday.
a noose. every ,
For Sale tickets.a.
Old drunkards are as scarce as flies! and. child by Jas. Pritchard & Son, e. .,For apply rates to, descriptive and Illustrated matter, schedule, reservations,

In'January. Sea and$t.oo, all druggfct FLORIDA, A. w. PYK: Air..lOW.BaySt.Jaukaurval*'
Piracy is respectable l as comparedwith SCOTT BOWNE,Ctwmbta,N.w York. 'ITUSVILLE, J.II.UATMOXT>. i''ent'
liquor aeillng..Qu81'l''lInill.Ilbtln.. SEE THE TESTIMONIALS FROM: PROMINENT BOAT BUILDERS. 'Co H.MALLORY Co.,General Acenu. al'Buriiln si'lp.iuidSSa, Broadway,N.Y.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 15, 1901. 1

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TITUSVILLE. THE HOME GOLD CURE. lIENDKltSONVILLi:;:, N. C. '
THIEF AND HERO I ,:j{

:INS: :=:AN' RIVER: : : aO'IeJJ: :: :: : ,. An III .nlou. Treatment by which Drunk. THE WHEELER UENDERSONVILLE, X. C.
arils are lu eplteof
IWiIngCuril Dally j
ON-TUE-IYLIAN-RIVER. 'They are playing high today,' said Th.iii.elvM. No Noxious]_.. 'I1endersonvllte'. New loft ,

TITUSVILLE, one <>f the habitues of the ohib to Die. I No Weakening. of the !*.."..... A Ploncanl Open all the year. Altitude 2,550! feet The dryest climate In North Carolina

turned round toward! the table to watch P..ltlv. Cum for the Liquor ll blu Golf links. Twenty-five acres beautiful grove. One hundred and twcnty-flv i

FLORIDA. the game aud was so surprised at the It Is now generally known and under bedrooms. Elootrlo lights. Steam heat Elevator. Tennis court. Ball room

sight of one of the players that I al- stood that drunkenness Is disease and Mineral Springs. Bath rooms Ten-pin alleys AH modern conveniences.For .

most exclaimed. not weakness. A body filled with poison, further Information! and rates, address. ,
and nerves completely shattered by periodical
J. G. BAST, Proprietor. "It was a young man of some twenty- or constant use of Intoxicating: : ItARDIN A WHEELER, Proprietors, Hcndersonvlllo, N. C. 4t

two or twenty-throe( years of age, liquors, requires an antidote capable of No consumptives taken.
whom I knew by eight! I was very neutralizing: and eradicating this poison,

much Interested In him, tor his f'.ther and destroying the craving for' Intoxi .;
I DUCK SHOOTING cants. Sufferers now cure themselves : :
had fought courageously at B'.ugenta may uicmioxn. t
{ 3 l i U I- at home without publicity or loss .. .
-- -- -- --- -
and bad been killed the field of battle
and FISHING. OH of time from business this wonderful
,..., -: leaving his widow and ion by no "HOME-GOLD CURE'11 whloh has boon "
..... - -.. "-;. study ,
a --->, ". '... --_ menus well provided for. The young! perfected many years The '
7. ;,--::- :=-- '":.: Rates: $2.00 per day. and treatment Inebriates. The faithful Lexington '
man came very rarely to the club and and Main Streets.
use according to directions of this wonderful ,
had never seen him touch a card be discovery Is positively guaranteed
$10 and $12 per week. "
fore. I was stupefied, therefore, to see to cure the most obstinate case, no mat- American and European plans

him holding the bank aud a good hank ter how hard a> drinker. Our records American plan J.ftO\ to $1. European plan $1 and upwards.
show the marvelous transformation ot
JACKSON VILLE.1) It was, too for there were plenty of thousands of drunkards sober, Indus C. A. MicnniTT, Caterer. A. D. ATKINSON, Proprle'or.

notes aud gold coins heaped up In trlntiK and upright men. ___.. -_____ .. . _. . __ ._ I
front of him. WIVES CUKE YOUR HUSBANDS II

'How much?' called out one of the Children euro your fathers! This reme- NEW YOU
DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. dy Is In no sense a nostrum but Is a spe-
players. clflo: for this disease only, and Is so skill
'On!'' laughed a wealthy farmer. fully devised and prepared that It Is
Fifth Avo. and 15th
i 51. de Mertens Is In luck's way. lie thoroughly soluable and pleasant to the Hotel Kensington street,

Opposite postoffioe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re can safety keep his bank open,* taste, so that It can be given In a cup of New York, :
tea or coffee without the knowledge of
"I noticed that the man's face
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . . young the person taking It. Thousands of Select Family and Transient Hotel.. : Plan. :
was deadly pale and there was an excited drunkards have cured themselves with European "
Rates :2.50 per day and up. look In his eyes. this priceless remedy, and as many more Restaurant the Standard! of Excellence.

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. 'Open bank,' he said. And It seemed have been cured and made temperate men GEORGE O. 1I0'\VE '
as though the very words changed the by having tLe cure administered by low Proptletor.Late .
luck. ing lends i and relatives without their of the Buckingham, 8f. Augustine, and! other Flol'hra'lloto! ) ,

West and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE "Ten times running; Mertens lost, and knowledge In coffee or toe and believe - .
WESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay to-day that they discontinued Inking of -- - .
,
In a quarter of an' hour his bank wa
FLA. their own free will. DO NOT WAIT
cleared. Another man took his place Do not bo deluded by apparent and mis- THE HAMILTON 43th Street, but. rot\lwnan<1 Sixth Avonuo';, ;
American'and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- and the play went on. It got so( excited lending 'Improvement.' Drive out the NEW YORK. '".

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot ami Cold Water that I, too wa'. fascinated ,,and Joined dlHenxe at once and for all lime The ,
In. There was no room to sit don al( 1IOMK GOLD CURE" Is. Hold at the .
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All the table so I continued standing, hold- extremely low price of One Dollar, thus A Modern Fireproof ,Apartment Hotel. Central and Do- ,

street oars, pass the door. Rooms DOc, 75o: and $1 a day.. Rooms I and. lust my hat In niy hand and throwing placing more within effectual reach of than everybody others! costing a treatment slrably T. oate Into It. 1 had a run of
board, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. my winnings $2ito $."><). }directions accompany Furnished
luck and went ou playing lu the most and Unfurnished.
Mrs. A. WALKER Proprietor.ST. .
each package. Special advice by skilled
excited way until I was startled by physicians when requested! without extra 'GKOMJK w MORTON.' '
Borne oue calling out. 'You are being charge. Sent prepaid to any part of the

AUGUSTINE. robbed eni>taint'"I world on receipt of $1. Audiess Dept. .... .. -- '"
1 started and Instinctively seized a I O 70S/ EDWIN II GILES CO., 2.MO-.J3: :
hand which had knocked against mine I Market St., Philadelphia. All correspondence ; '
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Otllcinl 15l\Pplyllou e of The Illinois Fishermen's oclatioT i .
FLORIDA HOUSE through my sudden movement. It win strictly confidential. -"----____. -- -.- '-_.' _________ r
The Old City By-1 he-Sea. BI. de Mertens' hand, and be held the -.--.

This well known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. .St. Augustine is ;UO note which he had Just taken out wearing the decoration which I received Tho Chicago Net and Twiiio Co. '/

a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of Interest that of my bat. The wretched man's face from the chancellor you always; set Manufacturers of-A .
no other resort Beautiful Roads and Beach for and Bi I.
possesses. Driving was convulsed with emotion. Our eyes me- wltb the sergeant's cross which "
cycling. Boating, Fishing and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all .. '
met. Ills were dilated with terror and Mertens sent me. Poor boyt To think "-" '
modern Improvements that can contribute, to the comfort of guests. Liberally
there wus a look In them that seemedto that be started! us a thief and died n j
conducted. Capacity 2.10.1 Summer Rates: $2 to 2.50 per day, $8 to
$12 per week. For further particulars address' hold me spellbound. hero's death at Keluugl'V-Proui: the '
I F. C. IIAYDEN, Manager 'M.-do !Mertens Is my partner,' I said French.A 0
haughtily to the man who bad warned! !
,,' I
me, 'and I am surprised that you' should Liquor -oler'. Complaint. I.,
...FRONTING ON TIIE'P dare to bring such all accusation A"Boston liquor denier recently made ,
ALGONQUIN
HOTEL-
,- ST AUaUSTUfE, . FLORIDA.Sea agalivst well a known/jtl'ntll'lIIan'llOse reputationIs } the following tomplulut. which contains ,
so
a great deal of encouragementfor t
View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with "The Individual who had called'0111 p Ile.Ihat" do not happen to be H: FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon.Dealon .1
had been to the club before comfortable beds. Rates moderate never dealers "And now to begin 1
:
liquor Seine
Ktc.Originators .
in Maitre Cord
Twine Rope
,
did not kuow M. to Mertens at all. We tn
.
Is the multiplication of
MRS. A. S. PELL): Proprietress. with there
had all been standing round the table of Wholesale Prices direct to the Fisherman,
saloons but of even more moment In 7\1-81.81) ;t E, Indiana Ill I
tit Chicago,
close to( each 'other and on seeing!
my mind Is the fact that the younger ..Mention The A DVOOA TIC la your letter... J
another player put his band Into raj
COCOA. generation Is not drinking. as the old

hat It was, very natural that the mau did In the, past. No matter! how good We are Members.. of. the.. Illinois }Fishermen's Association. I
should have thought It his duty to sn'clnlly net WITH'they thought nothing .1

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA, FLORIDA. warn the. On bearing; lilY explanation of setting In for drinking bouts at ---.- ..-- .. .. -- .. .. -
he 'apologized mont humbly to M. de tables or at the bar. Now the average

Centrally located. Large, airy rooms. Bath convenient. Mertens, and several of the ocrjuntnt man. If be drinks at all. either has It at 1

Kates: $L50 per day; special terms by week or month.ItOCKLEDOK. ; antes of the latter gathered around andexpressed his. house bought In bulk so that the "San Mateo"13est

tbelr regret that such an Insult retailer Is out. or else he drops In for a
-- --- ----- --
should have been offered bin. Cigar. i
drink In a hurry aud gets out agclii. 1 1It'
"We then continued our play, and >)J. oJ '

de Mertens soon after left the club. nIl'
an of mine ,.. 1
Three days passed and I heard nothing 'Last winter Infant child
had in a violent form," sups Elder
...UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... more of the young man. In shield John croup W. Rogers, Christian Evangelist, JT'lorlcln. j

ing him as I had done, my first thought) of Fllley,Mo. "I gave her a few doses ofChamberllln'lI Why buy Imported cigars, made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored with
bad been of-tils father and 1 bud determined
Cough Remedy and In .a opium aud other drugs, when you can have till pure Florida leaf at a five-cent 'j
to save from disgrace tbe name short time all danger was past and the .
Hotel Indian River FLA. .
ROCKLEDOE of the brave soldier of Mageuta. Of child recovered., This lernedy not only price

course I could quite understand that cures croup, but when given as loon u FREE BY MAIL TO ANY Bu-ofzs.. . . . . . . . ... $I.0S I

the young lOan should now shrink from the the first attack.symptoms It contains appear,no will opium prevent or ADDRESS......J} Bo.ofco, .. . . . . . . . . .$l.7$ .J
seeing again, but still It struck me
The coming winter this hotel will be under the management of A.:L. me and be
as rather strange that In some other harmful substance may "
way s. W. :eO"'VVJEJ:: \
Marsh, who lab been'connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Company either direct or Indirect. he did not attempt given as confidently to a baby as to an ,
adult. For sale by all druggists .and
for 14 years Hotel will open on the 15th of January nextrEAU to express: : UU thanks medicine dealers. SAN MATEO, FLA,

"One evening however, Just as I war I -- ,. -- -- . -- '- .- --- .
.
going out to pay some visits, my orderly VXXXHHX>*XX>*iXW )
Informed ,me that a lady wished it The almost.cortpleie annihilation of

GALL1E.Indian see me. I went Into the drawing room, Company C of tbe Ninth Infantry In

and there I found a woman, o( about the Island ef Samar exceeds any simi Nine- HERBINE.

forty-live years of age. She was very the' of
EAU OALLIE FLA. lar disaster In blutory.: our army
River Inn dignified looking and there was an since tbe Custer massacre Lack of vigilance I Tenthsof .
House Overlooks the Indian
River.
open, honest expression about her fact
I .
due to contempt for a hitherto ,
Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River, and the picturesque upper St. which fascinated me. unnggrcsslve was probably'the Juices from Natural '
enemy Pure Roots.
'
'I Mine. de Mertens she said!
Johns, noted for Black Bass, etc. Open all the year. Rates J.OO: per am ,
of the disaster. America0company
day i Special rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with simply 'My eon told me everything I cause An
Fish at all times. Oysters and Game in season. about the affair at the club, and I han could hav.witbatoo4 !an, army all the
P. A. MoMILLAK, Proprietor. come to thank you with all my heart I of Filipinos It ready for an attack. The REGULATES Liver Stomach and Bowels
.
for having preserved for us Intact the I penalty for this lack of caution has PeopleSuffer System, Purifies the Blood :;J

honor of oar name.' been a heavy one and.should teach the \

EAU OALLIE. 'Madame'- I began; but she Inter. I. soldiers In the Philippines a not to be Malaria Biliousness Constipation "

rupted me In her emotion. and nervous. ; forgotten 1 lesson. Tbe authorities at CURES ,

EAU FLA. ness. Manila\ will undoubtedly investigate from Stomach and Impaired Digestion .
GALtlE, : a
Hotel Granada \ 'My son had got entangled In various
the matter fully.-but as the company'sofficers 1
On Indian River. ways and In desperation bad takento .
Every Botlla Guaranteed to Girt Satisfaction.
were all killed fixing the rtwponslblllty >' DiseasedLiver
play. It be had lost
appears every
will be of !little countcuenp :LA1te3xi1JOTTL7a:: : SBB LXjXj: ::. :X:>>C' _.. I
The Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gal Ile, Fla., 1112 miles south of Jackson- penny be possessed that night Too i
ville on the west shore of the Indian River, unexcelled: : boating hunting and know the rest alasT"I I'. arms, OCent.. '
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fishing. :Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. A first-class homelike felt very much embarrassed for *

hotel. Rates $3.50 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. the poor mother's grief was terrlUe to Cure Illood Troubles, blond Prepared by JAMES r. BALLARD St. Louis, Mo. 't# .
Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS., Eau Gallic, Fla. \
witness. -
Poison, Cancer, Eczema, etc. __ ... _ .__ ______ __ .. __ _ __ _'_ .__ .. .. u .. ,. I
Mlle Is young madame. You must
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WEST PALM HEA.C1I. not take It to heart so,' I stammered.'It .
Cants Nothing to Tat.Old .
was Just a moment's weakness. I Not '
If You Have
will see your son and'- obstinate, deep-soated case permanently
cured taking Botanic Blood
by
'No. captain: she said sbakjug! bel
THE PALMS. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. bead sadly, 'he Is no longer hero. Balm (II. I). B.). If your blood Is tainted,
)
offensive eruption, aching
A first-class, home-like hotel, located .on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite lie has enlisted and Is already. oo his producing bones and joints, ulcers, falling hair, mucous ..
Royal Ponclaua. Wear railroad station and places of Interest. Special features, way wltb the regiment. patches,. sour mouth and throat, Found What You Want ar arFor
Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and service, reasonable rates. We had all been! listening attentively scabs or scales, persistent pimples,eating . .
Rouse thoroughly renovated. Under New Management.' Experienced white to Captain/ Joubert' story, and when sores, swellings; sore lip, dry sore, dull,

waitresses will have charge of the dining room. Good Fishing, Hunting and he stopped speaking there was slleuc aching lancing shooting pains, then you a Home, suppose take a trip down and look at ewe
Boating. Bates $2 to $J per day. Special: by the week. For further Information for a few minutes. have blood! poison or the beginning of you '
address: The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla., J. C. Stowers, Prop. "And what happened to M. de Mer- deadly cancer. Don't experiment but Fruit and Garden Lands along the ,
take Botanic Blood Balm, (B. 11. B.) mode
tens captainr'"Ile especially to care all malignant blood '
TALLAIIASSEE. Is dead. RU months ago I troubles, like those named above, and East Coast
received st letter from Kelung pitiful itching scabby, eczema, carbuncles t

little letter-written with very pale, Ink scrofula, rheumatism, cancer, bloodhumors
and on a sheet ot that was all Ideals! sore and stops
ST. ] p9Mr etc. every
JAMES\ Hotel TALLAHASSEE, FLA. crumpled and yellow wltb all&. There all aches and pains. Try It. Costs but Settlers are (locking In but still there: room. If you are aa!

$1 at druggists. Treatment seat free by looking this drop a line to '
were only a few lines for me to read. : way,
hotel the table
The
brick In
The elty. supplied
Centrally located. only
writing to Dr. Olllam 21JCI Mitchell IStreet
with the best of food. Large, airy rooms and good beds. Bates $1 to $3 I know them by ,heart. They were at Atlanta, Oa. Describe trouble and free 3rd Vlce.PrnIdent.
follows JAS. E.
per day Special by the week. medical advice given) Medicine and free INGRAHAM ,
MRS. F. R. LAMB, Prop. 7 am mortally wounded. The' cola medical advice sent at once prepaid. B. ILOKIDA EAST COAST R'Y, '

. . -- - ._ -- ,, nel (Conrbet has Just brought me th B. B. originated by Dr. nIl am over W
-- --- cross; but ' I am dying. I au sending years ago. thousands have been eared- ST. AUOUSTINE. FLA.

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE It to you my poor crime for many after doctors and patent medicines . .. .. ._ t
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you saved me, and I should like you U had utterly failed. Ilotaniolilood Balm, !

wear It. ((8. B. B.) gives life, vigor ,and strength The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing
Prints all kinds of :commercial:: Uitionery, Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill, Etc. "This Is why* ",friends., Instead.of to the Mood, making It pure and rich. )

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I II I: FLORIDA Visitors who can FALL TERM COUNTY COURT.The Robbins & Graham Go. : ,E. L. : :R.4: -DEALERS_:C_IN-_ &, aeO:: .,


I Court fall convened term of on the Monday Brevard November County (Incorporated)' ''I GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

11th Judge A. D. Penney presiding and PAID UP CAPITAL ,
$25,000.00.This
; for
I James E. Andrews prosecutlngdtttorney. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents MAPES FER'I'ILI/Klty i
The first case called was State: of Florida company owns We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of nil :',''?;1111I.:'
ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
vs Ed Ed monson, who was charged '
/ that on the first of September he forcibly H u :z.qc:: :: S, E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FlA.

entered with a mischievous and malicious in the Indian River Country On the St. -<
intent the A. M. E. church, here, the ;
property of W. II. Maxwell. It appears Lucie River; at New River and on Bay w. CAEtaOLL:
r that Maxwell held a mortgage/ on the ,
suit the times.
Prices to
If you have ECZEMA, PIMPLES CATARRH church and lot and. had foreclosed and Blscayne. -Dealer] In-
II DIPHTHERIA, Sore .Throator got a deed for the property, on August Send for Land List.
I 31st. He then, on the following/ day, GRAIN FEED FRUIT AND
, GROCERIES VEGETABLES
any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN !:Sunday went to the church, and as ,the Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. ,

h COCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR Is a guar members of tile church went In to Crockery Glass and Tinware. Your Patronage,Solicited) ,
anteed cure. worship, gave: them notice not tQ go In; OEO. M. ROBBINS F. A. MORGAN TITUSTILLE, FLORIDA.
they went in and held service as usual. Prealdent.Aotn&r, ).
:
For Sale by W.J. CRA Y'ORD.GOVERNOR'S'THANKSGIVING.

it I I On bad the four following of the day trustee Maxwell's arrested attorney, Ed- Brevard Abstract of Title Co., INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY. -=

I'' mood on being one of them. The Jury: .
FUILYISHAbstracts
' brought In a verdict of simple trespass. WIlL .
I' \ FLA.
PROCLAMATION. Defendaut was fined $i> and costs. of Title TITUSVILLE,
II State of Florida vs J. S. Simpson, I* prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose Special attention

I I, In accordance with a time-honored custom another trustee of the above A. M. E. -FOB LANDS IN- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing la my motto.T. .

, and In conformity with the" proclamation church was charged/ as above. The Jury Brevard County. T. WETMORE,.Proprietor.
e brought in a verdict of guilty; fined *;3
of the President of the United
and costs. There were two more trustees Office under Law Office of -
States of I William $. Jennings -
American ,
: Governor of the Slate of Florida, arrested charged with the same offense. QEO. M. ROBBING, J.R. WAI.KKB. C. II. SWAIN
, F.J. Webb who appeared for all the
do recommend the observance Thurs- TITUSVILLE, ,- FLA.
" defendants pleaded guilty for Dave
day, the 28th! day of November, present, Moore antl Isaac Hampton. James Goods Shoes
}{ as a day of Thanksgiving and Praise to Andrews and 0. R. Frost prosecuted. Dry ,
Market
East Coast Meat
Gad for Ills and
Almighty mercy great
State of Florida vs W. B. Wesley was
goodness vouchsafed. to our State and charged/ with practicing medicine with Furniture
people. outacertlOcateandvendingdrugswith.out O. F. DUREN, Agent. ,
We have received from our forefathersthe
a license. Prisoner pleaded guilty 91w1c .
tI:
principles upon which Is founded a and was fined $500 or eight months at 'o 0c3 Notions and MillineryNew
government deriving/ Its just powers from hard labor. I pa:
.
the consent of the /governed. No people State of Florida vs Frank Pitman, = t G.w: :: .
'enjoy more freedom of action, wider individual charged with trespass after warning.The : Goods at close price

responsibility and greater proe (defendant) caught. on the -
wan premises papa
faction than those living within our bor- YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
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r
of II. O. Moltuiney at night time
ders. after being forbidden to /go ther Fined ( Itym: :: John R. Walker & Co. fe "
The justness of our laws and the stability -
*7? and costs or six months In jail. Defendant
of our Institutions as means of securing -
pleaded not guilty lie was di- TITUSVILLE FLA.Whaler's .
,
person"llIbert1 and of protectinglife ,
:
fended by I D. L. Gaulden.
and property have been severely seated __ U2
Another Frank Pittman colored was -
=
those who not ,
by us were
among charged with oarrjlng concealed weapon Can.: ::
reared under our form of government, which nolle pressed and defendant 5"- -=
was
and who have been taught to obey lead discharged.State TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.-
Instead of the law.
ers of Florida vs Mon Bowen, Jewelry Store.
/ We should feel profoundly thankful
with held to
charged
petit larceny, over
: that the grave situations which have been
the next term of court.
to officer and people have dZ
presented out
This being all tbe oases on docket. the

been means met under and the controlled beneficence by and peaceful power court adjourned. Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, Etc.

01 our wholesome laws.
I During! this year the State baa suffereda MISS RYAN IN POLITICS.The .
I disastrous conflagration that left teu SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

I thousand of our fellow-citizens homelessand New York Journal referring to and Jewelry. All work warranted for 12 months
temporarily without means. The the above young lady, who I* known to
/ suffereis had the hearty sympathy and many on Indian River having stoppedat gjr'Mall Order will receive prompt and careful attention

' : the generous assistance of the people of Nevins' Rlvervlew hotel, at Merrltt.
I our common country This terrible ca- TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA
with her parents, a few winter ago says: .
( lamity has been borne with heroic fortitude "Alderman William A. Doyle; greatly
and its losses are being rapidly I surprised as well as rudely jarred by his
, overcome. defeat for re-election In the Fifty first
, I The population of the State Is steadily District tbe old Eighth Ward of Brooklyn .
increas og. Its, resources are being developed -ha* been trying/ ever since to find Special Attention !
I
and its advantages are receiving out how It happened. As.result be has
]( more general recognition. Unusual and learned that the vigorous campaign conducted -
( successful efforts have been devoted to by Miss Nelly Ryan produced the LIFE INSURANCE Rates are I GIVF.N TO MAIL FOR-
ORDERS!
preparing/ the youth of the land for bet- result. WAS NEVER EASIER lower than

ter citizenship, by providing increased Mis Ryan Is tile pretty daughter of Hardware Tinware Glassware
TO CARRY for Crockery
and Improved educational facilities within the late Daniel Ryan, democratic leaderIn years, ,
I, the reach of all. i the Eighth Ward and a big power In and are about as ]low a* It I Is possible to

With excellent health and encouraging Brooklyn politics. When he died Doyle get them. Harness and Stoves.
I' prospects our people are moving forward succeeded him Instead of Patrick II. MAlone Our booklets, sent on application, will

with confidence to.a more extended pros who had been Ryan's faithful give much Information about "'Our'Stock Is and We Can Fill Orders
t; Complete Promptly.

I I'I 2! perity.For all these and other blessings we lieutenant When Doyle and defeated friend. Malone for the L1.ro: Xxa.sxi.xrctxxoo.

should be devoutly grateful. regular democratic nomination for alder- Contains table of ages, rates, terms, Jas. Pritcliard <& Son.
On the day thus set apart we should man, this fall, the candidate who had conditions, etc.
i lay aside our usual business affairs and been named by the fusion forces withdrew Tue companies represented are solvent,
unite In /giving thanks and praise to a and Malone accepted the fusion reliable and liberal. Postoffice Box 212,
,II wise and merciful Providence Invoking nomination. .
I Ir1'a a continuance of Ills blessings to our Then Miss Ryan became the Joan of O. l5vhuylre Titusville. :'J.or1d.a.: : .

I \ i people. Arc of the fusion forces, and, visiting TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
I In witness whereof I have hereunto set every store I In the ward, solicited votes Correspondeuce Invited. ,
Great l my hand and caused the /groat for Malone from republican and democrats FLORIDA AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
I: : 1{ Neal J) seal of the /Htwto: to be atiixed. alike with such success that Malone ,
Dune at the City of TallahasHoe, this was. elected., W.\NTJCD-8.v. Fmnmns of character and
Rood: reputation In cacti State (one in this county Lake City, Florida..
of November In the
seventh d.n lllns Ryan Is one of the ADVOCATK'Sesteemed required)tn represent and advertise" old entanlUhed -
r year of our Lord one thousand rtmdeis, and we onngitttulaie ; : : wealthy lninln: .w house of noil.I Itnan- Year
nine hundred and one, and of the her her success.. She resides with old standing ttalurySIS weeilr, with ."pen..". Eighteenth Beginning Sept. 30, 1901.

rl l : b; ;; Independence tho United States, her upon mother at 421 fi5tl street, Brooklyn. dtreoi additional from head payuhle. office.In Horse cash and each earrlnare Wednesday furnished Four courses of four years, In Agriculture, Mechanical Engineering; Latin
the one hundred and twenty- lzt1.. when n""" .*....'. References, Enclose Science, Classics, One year's course In Business, Stenography, Typewriting and
WILLIAM S:::I. JENNINGS .el6addroaed.tampedenvelope.. Manager, 816 Telegraphy. A preparatory course of one or two years. as required, for those wish
I : By !the Governor,'Attest I Governor. SENATOR QUAY VERY ILL.A Caxton Building,Chlcaico. 90deo ing to prepare for the Coll" e. Postgraduate courses are also offered.

JOHN L. CIIAWFOUU, Sec of State. Young men under military discipline. Young women under refining home Influence .
I telegram from Washington says that Notice of Application for Penult at Poster Hall. Tuition free to Florida students. Other expenses very

;:. FAIR NOTES. Senator Quay'oondltlonlscausingmuob To Sell Liquor Wines small. Fine modern buildings!: and first-class equipment.
apprehension lie had to go For catalogues, address

I immediately. after the. election to ,his and Deer. T. H. TALI AFERRO. C. E.. Ph. D.,
( The Florida State Fair will commence plantation Dome ac; St. Laioie, Indian
/1''' Monday next Don't forget It. River, but by orders of his physician he NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT President.
At the Fair you will' see the largest must now remain In Washington. PUBLIC, HILDKKrii baa Died with the Hoard. .
of County Commissioner off Krevard County
man In the world, you will nee tbe'ooly A throat specialist has been called into In the' State of Florida, bin application for a
I, band of Seminole Indians ever given an consultation and this arouses anxiety ; to Mil liquors wiuss and beer Is Election I JOII1S. B. STETSON UNIVERSITY.
exhibit, you will see 30 midway shows among the Senator' friends. It Is said Grtuit: application No. a ot said County and State i that
mob will be acted on by the said
among the best In the country( you will that Mr. Quay experience little annoy- Hoard of County Commissioner at their next . DeLand. Florida .
the only public display ot wireless once while sitting up but that a* soon regular meeting which will he held oil the first
y telegraphy ever made at a fair in this a* be lies down be Is seized with oougb- Tuesday. D-oember A. D. 1UOI._ at*_o'clock Inth Course*of Study are equivalent to those of the best American institutions.
afternoon aaldapv a* tar !<* Board
1U 1 country except the Pan-American. log/ which continues almost uninterruptedly hereby calls upon any citizen of such Election: Building and equipment cost more than $150,000, $00,000 will be 'added to this
I Fairy land,as it wasshown| at the World's while he remains In that District who may desire. to don, to snow cause, plant during the coming The e:
Fair, will be the chief night attraction. position. If any there be, at the said next regular. meetIng year. University Include* the 1llIowlodtlparlmeot/
I'" Next week will take place the Fair at As a result the Senator Is often much granted of said to the Hoard sad., why applicant.anon permit shall DOS be Law, College. Academy Normal and Practice School' Music, Art, Business.

" Jacksonville. This fair had Its origin In exhausted, and serious consequences 8,order of the Board of County Commissioner : Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice In the courts of
,, the formation ot the State Agricultural may follow such weakness. of Hrorard County, Florida. Florida without examination. '
This the/Btb day of November A. n. 1901.
:
nearly two years ago. This Well, we hope to see the genial Senatoron [Seal JOHN R. WALKER For catalogue address the president,
i society Invited the co-operation of all Indian River, ere long Chairman of the Board of County Com-
organizations, e.peolall1lnterested .& tnlsalonera, Brevard County, Fla. J. F. FOR BES.
In the agriculture of Florida so that the
fair Is the result of the United effort of MEETING OF BAPTISTS.The Death of aD Old Confederate Soldier
all these different elements. The Association
f thus formed still decided to hold Indian River Baptist Association On Friday, November Sth. Mr. Joseph WARREN FITCH.Dealer .

the fair In Jacksonville after the great convened at this place, commencing: on Louisiana a Confederate soldier and one In
lire. fearing that a change of location Thursday evening last, when a sermon : of Ttusvlll) oldest settlers, passed -
) would seem like a blow to the unfortun was delivered by Kev Sturgis'; of West away. HIDES, FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX, TALLOW, ETC., E'I'C"Make
: city In Its adversity. The Association Palm Beach. Friday morning: devotional Uncle Joe, as he was generally called : me your shipments. Prompt Attention.
: reloudod. the city or Jacksonville service were held, after which Dr. was born In Italy, came to this country P. O. Box: a< I from Its $ .OO) guarantee, and has had Wells, of Lake Helen delivered the Introductory when quite young, and has resided! In Jacksonville,
funds at its disposal except the .:J,5M( ) sermon. Saturday was devoted the neighborhood of Tltusvllle for more -- ---- -- -- -_ __H ________ __ __ __
:: : \ : ::: :: :: ::: : given as a state appropriation.( This Is to business West Palm Bench being than thirty years', and WAS consideredone
/ the only state fair ever opened added to the Association, and the of our bent citizens. The old gentleman : SEEDS.
with so small an outlay. This was only Invitation of LaGrange, to have the Association served throughout the war, and was'
: possible through: the self-aaoilfloe of the meet at LaGrange next year, considered one of the best soldiers in the
who served without pay was accepted. service. ONION--White and Red Bermuda.
and defrayed most of their personal rx- Sunday morning and evening the pulpit Mr.. Louisiana was burled on Saturdayat "-
". They have their reward, how was occupied by Rev W. A. :Stanton: LaGntnae. Quite a number attended
: .. in the fact now certain that in ad of Miami, who spoke with great enthusiasm the funeral, but the Confederate soldiers
> to the !great Industrial display, on foreign mission work In India- were oonapljuous by their absence. A GENUINE Imported Stock, Just Received. Finest Straps of Garden Seeds.
them will be In Jacksonville, next week, he having been engaged that work for widow and five children remain, and to Florida Seed
largost and moat varied display of nine years them the ADVOCATE extends sympathy. Rye and 110 Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.J3T .

agricultural product ever made. In the :: -Jeo
tho Teachers' Examination. FOR nOAR.'iE ESS.-nenj. Ingerson
of Hutton lad., says he had not spoken L. CAMERON. The Seed Store.
Good Itosula In Dad.
a word above.a whisper for months, and
By virtue of an order from the State one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar restored 125 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Mr. II. Pilce Williams. of Miami, has Superintendent Public Instruction, a his voice lie sure to get Foley's. -
, force of twenty-five men and several regular Uniform Examination of teach B. It. Wilson A Sou.TITUSVILLE'S. -- -- -- -- -- ---- ---- --
engaged on the rock road he Is ers for Brevard be held In
to connect with the Orange; the public school bulling at Tltnsvllle, The Oldest EataMlshed Grain and Seed House in the State

\ road. Nothing! like having good: commencing Tuesday, Nov. 20< l Ol. TRAINS. PIIRIBA .
I 1I and clean sidewalks and streets This examination Is made mandatory,
the East Coast. and applies to every teacher In the county The following! are the times of arrival "V'"Jn.: A. amours. & C c.

I holding a. temporary certificate, or and departure of passenger train to and
.Flu.Ida Pin Ila.Io.V"u". teaching without a regular certificate issued from Titusvllle
upon Florid.*State Uniform County SOUTHIIOOTII. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
; ( ) On Florida pine. !ted 24*. this week Examination: In pursuance of the law, leaves Tltusrllle, for Miami and at J:KM p.m. ,
. :\ be quoted at J.3O( and 8Tn) al *.>.75. and will also afford opportunity for any Intermediate points.anaraeoeeD. Flour

market was weak with holders In- person desirous of teaching:. to qualify Leave Tlmavllta for.r..k..n'l'1l1.. at lat p.m. Grits Meal and Fertilizers
<. U iuKe liuoinl uouutwtiiuns, sup- themselves Texts i&i.ie as weie used and Intermediate)points.Tltnavllta .
I IK. .r. route. eta 112 lonlSay Street J.\C: :;i ILL:;: TiA.AgU.forPurlni.rccd. .
: '. being a good: del\llo excess of de- 10 last September examination. w for Sanford . Of T:fill LOU I ,
\ Krulliuao' Guide. K. ;iliMCo.. Supt. I Arrive iYtuaviU.from Sanford lao p.m Warehouses


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