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.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 29, 1901
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00375
Source Institution: University of Florida
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33. NO. 14. TITUSVI-LLE. FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER QO 10Q1. PRICE, 60. i

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LOCAL NEWS -Gardner makes special prices. Fri SAM PERKINS Sanford.., Is Dyeing., -Every Friday bargain day at Gard CALL AT TAYLOR'S PHOTOGRAPH AMONG THE HOTELS k

days. -Mr. Bethel Stewart, of Bovine, was ner's, Tltusville. Gallery,Tltusvllle, and look at samples 4

And Topics! of General Interest. FOR FINE DENTAL WORK GO TO among the pleasant visitors to Tltusvllle -Dr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Holmes. of! -Mr, II. E. "AVooddull, of New Smyrna Where to stop along the East Coast t

Dr. Dodson, near Court-house. .* the first of the week. City Point, were visitors to town, Tues was In town on WOdnesday.Dr. See list of hotels. on 7th page !

THE ADVOCATE -Rev. Sidney Wilbur formerly of '1'1- -Mr. A. I.. Hatch, of Rockledge, who C. P. PlatU, of Fort Pierce, was The ADVOCATK la now on file at all J
tusville, still remains. In Sun Francisco, has had a very nice exhibit at the State -Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Rood, of St. In town from Tuesday until Wednesday the bost hotels In New York city. 1
$1.30 per annum In advance. California.Mr. Fair returned home on Sunday.Mr. Augustine, arrived In town on Tuesday, }
1.00 '. six months, '. and 1 -Mrs. Henry Eggor'= ; and family are Where to stop In Tltusvllle See TI. I
2.00 per an. to foreign countries. F,, M. Wooten of Turnbull, was Winston S. Banning who had Norwood have been this vising week. Mr.. ao In town several days this week, attend been spenddga! week or so In Jacksonville itslatlves Opollka, Ala. '
ing to a land case In court. attending the State Fair returned $7.00, $8,60, $10.00 and $12.00 'will buy Lease nnd furniture of a good hotel ''I
When you subscribe for the ADVOCATE home with the' Ropretwntatlva K. 11. Haulorson, of for sale. :See ad. on this page I
by the year, it does not coat you -Mrs. II. E. Baker, of' New Smyrna, on Saturday, delighted you a neat and serviceable overcoat Fort P(eroo, arrived town Wednesday,
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State Fair newly made and comfort- The Hotel St. Augustine '
three cents per week postage included. was a passenger on Monday afternoon's I' garments, very and wns around shaking hands with his. Magnolia, ,
southbound train, on her way to West -Dr.aod Mrs D. J. DIBol, of New able these cool evenings, at Rhodes'," many friends opened for the BOIIHOII on Thanksgiving

Note date of expiration printed week. upon This Palm Bench to join her husband. York, are having; /good times on Indian -Judge D. I" GauUlon, on Tuesday, }lny.) November 2Sih.:! ,'

your paper or wrapper every No need WE ARE SHOWING A NEAT AND (River, ciulslng In their fine launch the sold a house and lot at the west side ol KLINE TUB: DRY GOODS MEUCII- Manager J. U. Hunt, of the Indian
for ant Tltusvlllo bus tenolvod
Is a receipt your money. JiiHt wn
for us to send receipt for subscription new lot of Men's11 Wool Flannel Katherine. They, make their headquarters Tltusvllle, to Miss Clara Nolle. This Immense. Stock of Ladies' Shoos of all River hotel, Tltusvlllo, gave) his guests a

The,date gives It to you. Shirts: prices from 73: cents to 2. at Cocoa. property was owned by Mrs Evelina the latest styles tine Thanksgiving dinner yesterday

R. W. flit bus, the Clothier.Mr. -Elsewhere we have an ad of the Sparkman.' L. Manager A, L. Marsh, of Hotel Indian i iI
lrs. R. W Ooode returned hoe
to
THB EAST COAST ADVOOATM is on Orrin C. Bourneof Boston, chief John B Stetson University, DeLand. -nr. J. M. Dixon, of this place who borne at Melbourne the first of the week I River, Rockledge, spent Thanksgiving
This university is well known to Floridians had been In Jacksonville\ all last week with his In St. .
sale ac the following news-stands, at five engineer of the Canaveral Club steamer, after a pleasant, visit with bur daughter Day family Augustine.Mr
and should receive a liberal pat- looking after his saw palmetto extract leaves for New York
Marsh next
cents per copy : has been In town all the week, getting; Mrs. James Hogg, of Jacksonville. I ,
Tltusville-B. R. Wllapn & Son. the boat In readiness for her usual win- ronage by our people. exhibit; at the State Fair, returned to 1 week, to buy more new carpets for his

J. B. Screven. ter run between Tltusvllle and CanaveralClubhouse MoMurray & Baker, of Jacksonville, Tltusvllle on Sunday -Mr. James MoComb, jr., of New hotel.

Jacksonville-Duval hotel. at Chester Shoals. i whose ad. will be found on our 4th page -Mr. William Cleveland has resignedhis York, who Is now making his beadquar- The Plaza Hotel. Rockledge, which Is
News stand Union depot are about to move Into new and commodious position with the Tltusvllle Electric tore at New Smyina, was In town on undergoing extensive Improvements, will
-Mrs. L. B. Chatfield and her mother 1 Wednesday, and told us he had bought ,
MC II. Breck, of New Haven, Coon., were quarters at 401 to 413 East Bay Light CoM and has gone to Arcadia to the at the be In romllnoHs so receive guests; on the I
I
Wiley
jgy- Reading notice ads. are ten cents among Tuesday's southbound passengers street. Do not forget this address. he In the same line of business. Ills wife orange crop grove. first of ])OCOIII hor. The Plaza Is conducted
has Joined him there. -Mr. A. N Clark, of Connecticut, by Mr. S. H. Pock who Is well t
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per line on this pasre., en route to their winter home at Attention Is drawn to the new ad. of
cleans clothes. Rockledge., They came from New Yorkto O. W. Conner, the well known nurseryman -Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, passed who Is much Interested In Hock lodge known to tourists as the managing; proprietor M
Sam Perkins Sanford and Cocoa asks us what has become ol of the Hotel Petos-
at
Jacksonville ,on the Clyde steamer of Ocklawaba Fla., on our 4tb through here, Saturday last, en route Aillngton i
-Mr.: Walter J. Baas, of Fort Pierce, Apache, x page. Now ,Is the time to buy your home from the State. Fair at Jacksonville, the correspondents at those places lie key, Mich.\

was a pleasant caller at tills office on -Canaveral Club,:under the superin- stock, if you want something good. where his exhibits took three premiumsout Items and his from filends Cocoa always and Rockledge.like to road the Manager Geo. E. Bates of the Grand

Tuesday. tendency of Mr. J. G. Bast, will open for -Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Hughes and of five. That Is A !good showing for hotel Mount Vernon, N. H., who was a \

THE MOTHERS' FRIEND BOY'S shirt, the season on Saturday, December 7th. three little boys left here, Monday onboard Brevard county -Attorney Geo. A. Worley, a prominent visitor to Tltusvllle last winter has -
waist, 84 percale for 40 cents, laun- About the first members to an I ve will the yawl.yacht Uneeda for a sail IF YOU WANT ANYTrIING 'NODDY attorney of Miami, was In town from chased the Altamonto hotel, AStarnonto\ ,

dried, at Rhodes'Mr. be Col. O. P. norton and Mr. T. Watt- down Indian River as far as Jensen. In the way of a nice, fashionable Suit Wednesday until yesterday, attending to Fla., au Merrill and these will be a case In the Circuit Court, us well as Is now putting the house In first-class
son followed will toTItusvllle
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of soon They return tomorrow.Mr. of Clothes It will pay you to call and
J. E. Pendleton Leesburg, .
by others. greeting his numerous friends, who are condition for the coming winter's tourist
now holds a position in the dry good and Mrs. C. A. Robinson, of examine that big stock at always pleaded to see his genial countenance business..
store of Mr. Julius Kline, of this place. -Mr. and Mrs. A. V. A. Winans, Eden, who have been attending the State JULIUS KLINE'S luTltu.vlllo.
nephew and niece of Col. W. G..WInaas, Fair at Jacksonville were among Sun- Titusville, Fla. Work l I. progressing/ satisfactorily upon I
-Capt. A. W. Bale, who was on the of Tltusvllle have returned from the southbound -Dr. Of 11, Poete, the noted ear, nose the new'Homestead Hotel at Hot I
day's attending
route the
passengers, en Among attorneys ; Circuit
slok list for a few days, Is again hustling North to St. Augustine where they will, home. They were accompanied by their Court this week were: I. A. Stewart and eye specialist, of Macon, GA., whole SpringsiVa. The walls aro up five ..tOI'I I
business for the F. E. C. Ky
around for favorably known to lu Florida, des. and the roof will be on by the first
as usual, spend the winter. They were daughter, Mrs. Fred O. Williams of Jack- DeLand; J. D. Beggs, Orlando; N. many ,
Company.In e has returned to his office after taking be the finest
former residents of Eden, where they son l11e. C. Bryan, Jacksonville A. M Thrasher just week In December, It 'will ,
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answer to Inquiries, we may say owned a fine pineapple plantation.Mr. Sanford; It. I' Daniels, jr., Jacksonville.. a muoh-needed rest In this state. bo'ello the mountains, and In fact, one "j I
Mr. Robt. L. Motlow Is still la the saloon -Father O'Boyle has returned to Daytona The doctor is looked upon as one of the of the largest; most elegant and most r
Oeo. A, Miami D. U, Fletcher
business, as 'will be seen by his new ad., P. Nelson, of Perth Amboy, N. from a very extended tour of the Jacksonville.\Vorley, ; best in his line of practice In the South;; complete tourist hotels in the entire
8th of this issue. J., Is making quite a transformation country. lIe has been In New York, and patients visit his ofllco from far and country. .Mr. Fred Starry, who conduct "
on page scene on his property In South Tltus I, Boston, Quebec, Chicago, Milwaukee, Judge D. L. Gaulden, of this place; near, ed the former Homostoiid' so satisfactorily !!
-Mr, Ed. Morgan, of Melbourne, yule adjoining the Delesplne Grant, Minneapolis and New Orleans and we and Mr.\ Walter B. McCnidell, of Haiti! will have entire charge of the new
brother of Mr. Fred A. Morgan, of this formerly owned by the Rev. Sidney Wil- should now like to know when he Is com- more, drove out to the Judge's fine Mayor: D. U. Fletcher, who Is. also, hotel. I r..

place, has been In town several days this bur. At the pace be l Is now going)fl'. ing to Titusville.Mr. orange grove on Sunday afternoon, and one of Jacksonville's prominent attor. ;
week. He gave our office a pleasant call Nelson will soon have one of the most returned here well loaded with oranges. nays, bas been a guest of the Indian
-on Tuesday.The beautiful places on the East Coast. G. L. Tabor, of Glen St. Mary, which were kindly distributed ;, River hotel, at this) place, a* couple of Several articles aro left out of this P P;
Fla., Is soliciting for a share of among this Jacksonville's\
pat week.
your days worthy Issue for want of
urmoo.
Florida Agricultural College, at Messrs. M. S.: Sams, of Courtenay; ronnge on the 4th page of the ADVOCATE. friends", who much appreciated. the giftof mayor has many friends on Indian River
lake City, has an ad on our 8th page. W. R. $anders and T. H. Sanders, of In His many kinds of citrus and other trees such fine fruit. who are always glad to welcome him to Postmaster Edwards: of Waveland, J,

This Is ODe of Florida's leading .educational dlanola; and Frank Forster of Orchid; ale adapted to Florida. !Send In your or- -Mr.\ and Mrs. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati this section of the East Coast. He had was In town on Tuesday, f \',

Institutions and deserves the pat- were In attendance at the regular meet- I ders for orange and other trees, before 0., were passengers on Friday's a ease In Court before Judge Jones. We -Mr, J. 11[. Sanders, Cocoa's promt
of our people.We Ing of Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. A: they are all of. southbound
ronage disposed train, en route to their win acknowledge a pleasant cull from Mayor nent merchant, was In town on Wednes-
are In receipt of two fine descriptive A. M., at their Lodge-room In Tllu,vllle -Mr. and Mis. Geo. W. Sooble, Capt. ter home at Hobe Sound. Mr. Solders Fletcher, day. :I 1 1SEATftR'S
last when candidates
one 'from Friday evening, two palatial liou-e-boat, Buckeye, will soon ( of the
nursery catalogues- Fred Hcoble: and Miss Merle Scuble left Tommy Blglow one big Som-
SWEATERS ALL WOOL
initiated into of
were a part the be .
In commission for and ,
the Glen Ht. Mary Nurseries, Glen Ht. here, Sunday on the southbound train; cruising up Inole Indians canto up Tltusvllle on
mysteries of Freemasonry.The down the Inland waters of the East new goods any prices, keep warm,- '
Mary, Florida; and tha other from the Mr. Scoble and Capt. Fred were en routeto Friday afternoon last to receive medical Rhodes' the Clothes
OoklawahaNuiseries, Tangerine FU.Mr. Ladles' GqUd of'St. Gabriel's Foil Pierce, to attend to their fish Coast. Mr. and Mrs. Solder's many advice from Dr. Jt. R. Wilson\ as he was ,
Fred F. who church, Tltiisvllle, were entertained by business, while Mrs.Scohle and daughter friends are pleased to see them on Indian III. As the Indian's case was a serious -Capt. J. O. Walton has rented his
and Mrs. Taylor
the at,Pier- Mrs. E. E. Rollins, at the Sembler Cottage Miss Merle, went to Jensen, for a ten River again. The ADVOCATE follows to ono, he was sent to Alicia hospital, St. cottage In South Tltusvllle, to Mr. F.
have been summer
spending Rube
and other places in Michigan arrived Friday afternoon last. Owing to days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 8. Sound.As Augustine, on Saturday, to be cared for B. Smith, of Palmyra, N. Y., for the
son here -Mr. Taylor stopping this being Thanksgiving week' as wellas Sobuyler. announced In our last Issue' Mr. by Dr. S. U. Worley and his stuff of ;

off: to attend on Monday to a, case In court, while there being some sickness in families -Mr.Walter B.MoCardell a prominent and Mrs Henry M. Flagler came south physicians. Tommy lives away back In winter.Mr.. P. A. McMillan, of Eau Gallie,
of Guild members the usual meeting the Evergla; fa with his tribe and la not !
on Monday off at St. ,
Mrs. Taylor continued the Journey to and wealthy resident of Baltimore, Md., nljlhtbatopplnll arrived In town on Sunday to attend to
will be omitted today (Friday) The the of the East
), Augustine to Andrew seen among "pale.faces" and
win- ,
where spend business matters was caught
they some
Rockledge, every was a recent pleasant visitor at the ADVOCATE ,
Guild will be entertained at the home of Coast often.ExState .
Anderson of
two the ancient city's Well very torn :
ter. office. juror
Mr. McCardell Is bead of
Mrs. Wm. M. Brown on Friday afternoon
-Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Ilougbton, who best, Deo. Oth when the attendance of the large wholesale grain house of W. It.MoCaidell and know Mrs.and Flagler popular expect entertainers.to leave Mr.for Senator G. 8. Hardee, of -Mrs. Eva H. Boltoii. wife Af the Rer.Ja ., '

have been spending the summer at their all members is desired. ft Co.the of Baltimore; and has Palm Beach this week, but will not be Indian River Is pending a few days at .., Holton, formerly of City Point, died '
Braldentown
been here with and Is most
object of buying the receiving a
0. write that Coooanut Grove !
home in Westerville, us at her borne at at eight
able to their residence
Writing us from Chicago, this week, Delesplne Grant, Just south of Tltusvllle, occupy new yet cordial greeting from the large number
their to Tltusville apd o'clock Sunday night'last. l
they are on !way have had all Mr. Evan Thomas says: "I find it very for the company which he represents as It Is not finished. They will, Hotel of our citizens who formerly resided In on .
West Palm of Beach.the cold They weather In the cold here after returning fronryour' fine, the Indian River Commercial Co., of ably, occupy: a suite of rooms In Brevard couotyand were acquainted with .Quite a few strangers have been la
they north want and want of our Florida balmy climate on the East Coast. As Baltimore.' lie Is touch pleased with Royal Polnclana In the meantime. him there The senator Is one of Flor town till week, attending Circuit Court
now some an old newspaper man, allow' me to con thin section of Indian River, and thinksIt Congressman Robert W. Davis and ida's oldest citizens and was at one time and our hotel and boarding houses have

sunshine. gratulate you on the general get-up of hits a great future before it. Mr. MoCardell Ills partner In the practice of law, Mr. one of Its largest fruit growers, owning been doing a rushing business.Mrs. .

-Editor E. V.. Blackman, of the popular the ADVOCATE, for it Is my candid opinion Is one of the board of directorsof Hillmao, were In Da Land, from Palatka, one of the celebrated Indian River prop- Tons. Barbour wealthy aDd
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Ilomeseeker, Miami, was i a passenger that your pink paper Is one of the the Enterprise Coffee Co., as well as Tuesday attending the Voluala circuit erties. Ills .section haa almost recovered resident of Verona, N. Y.
oo Tuesday's train on his way home best and most newsy papers In Florida.I being the president the Indian River court. They represent the Bond Lum- From the effects of the freeze of 18II4-DB) prominent Formerly of Paterson N. J., U again at,
from Jacksonville, where be had beenin saw It at nearly every place I visited Commercial Co., which Is composed ol I Company i In a case Involving; claim his grove ha"lnlt.orop this year of about her beautiful winter dome at Eau Gallie
charge of Dade county' fine exhibit along the East Coast. It mast be of the following board of directors t 8. F. 'for lumber at Daytooa. Owlug to the ,OOO boxes.-Uraldentown Journal. known Walden cottage... As previously ,

at the State Fair. It Is gratifying to us great assistance to your railroad as well MoCormlck (McCormick, Green & Co.). Inability of Mr. Bond to be present at -The Duke of Newcastle, one of the announced lo the ADVocATE Mrs.
to chronicle the fact that our sister to the settlers. Success"to you and your oil refiners and Importers, Baltimore; J. the trial of the case, owing to the Illnessof mot wealthy men In England,' who Harbour Is now the owner of the old

county-Dade-took first prize for hor- Interesting pink paper. Wilmer Poteet, secretary; J, H. Munsoll, Mrs.. Bond, the case was continued to spent the greater part of last winter In Ssyerfc. place, which was owned by the

ticulture. -As reported In last week's Issue of American Tropical Planting Co., Philadelphia the next term. Congressman Davis, always Florida, Is expected to arrive In the late Mr. Wm. Treutler There 'Is an or.

-Dr. M. W. Seagers, of New York, l the pink paper Mr. Joseph Jefferson Enterprise' H. V. Casey president of the the people's friend Is In floe health, United States lu a few days, and It I I. not aoge grove on the property, some of the
has arrived at Hotel Aloazar, St. Augustine the veteran Rip Van Winkle, passed; Coffee Co., Baltimore; Josiah and left for Washington this week, to be unlikely that be will come) to Florida after trees being very floe. This grove Is located '
for the winter. lie Intended coming through Tltusvllle, Monday afternoon, Marvel, president of the Delaware CharterGoarsnteeandTrust ready for the opening of Congress. and to a few weeks, says the '1'1 me.-UnioD near the mouth of the Eau Gallie
South earlier in the season but was, oo bill way to Robe Sound and Palm Co., of Wilmington look after the Interest of Florida at the and Citizen. Both the Duke and his river. \
probably, delayed over his late Invention, Beach for the winter. Mr. Jefferson's Del.; Vim. Kendall,. president of the national ospital.--Volusla County,Record. brother Lord Francis Hope, expressed ,
Baltimore Life and -A letter from Mr.\ A.1'. Harris of
which will soon be a useful adjunct to hosts of friends are always glad to see Annuity Co.; M. themselves enthusiastically. about Flori ,
hospitals and sick rooms. Dr. Seagersift him on the East Coast where" be hauls In Haas, treasurer of the Metropolitan SavIngs -. Special Sale, Monday, I>ec. 2nd. da's climate and the fishing and bunting Boston, received at this ofSce with yesterday,
Hank Baltimore Dr. Carter he Is now connected the Pure-
the house physician for the Ponce de as many flsb as the most expert amateur Chemical; president when they were here last January; and says
IllsIliad. Water Co. of Boston and
of the )
Leon and Alcazar hotels; and as he l Is fisherman. Mr. Jefferson bad Just come Reslnal Co., Baltimore the Dry Goods line at h Is believed that they will' not neglect 1 pxia ;
and Frank that Mr. Fisher Amos has tine DONtlon -
Jr. a
very popular, his hosts of friends gladly From Baltimore and was accompanied ; Rowe general passenger cost. Remember, Monday only. Mail the opportunity to enjoy another trial at I ., ,
agent of the Western Indiana Rail- with the Youths Companion. They
welcome him back to /St.: Augustine. by t his son and daughter und Mr. Carl orders received Monday tilled them I
way. While Tltosvllle, Mr.( McCardell at prices ._ _. regret to say they will not be able to visit
The genial doctor Is accompanied by his Kettler. his valet, and all looked as if &given home trade, on that day. .
visited this
several of winter although they
and I Tltusvllle
our ,
and llttlti child. needed a change to our balmy East orange groves
charmlnr wife they
bright Joan R. WALKBH I Co.TltnsvlDe.
,Coast climate. Mr. Jefferson will entertain was well supplied with fruit some of : < ; Mare'Strayed.Strayed 1 still long to sue old Indian River. Their
:NEPONSET AND PAROID ROOFING, largely at Palm Beach this winter. which he took home on Tueaday.AN' Fla. : many friends down here will be sorry to
for sale by GKO. F. PADDISON' Eau from Valkarla. a bay mare I learn that they cannot visit us this season .
Oallie, Flo., OAK ROCKER: CANE SEAT FOR Stove Wood for Sale. Branded on thigh of left hind leg. Two ; but the ,ADVOCATB will keep them
Photography, Picture Frames $1 CO. Diners from $;.i.AO to $0 for set slltl of 6, all Golden Oak, at J. R. Walker Leave order for stove wood with cropped short, Suitable reward. '.
For Sale. and Mouldings. A Co's your GOODS LARGEST LINE EVER
Titusville.
Sto'eVoOtl S. U. VAWLAHDJXO/IAX' Address, JU G. llnif AUD, XMAS ,
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brought to Tltusvllle. Something to
Leave your orders fur wood) at Carroll's Portrait, Landscape and Marine Photo- Valkarla, Fla. suit all ages from Infant to grandpapa., \
graphs. Portraits In all the latest styles. For Sale or Iteiit, Furnhthed. Empty Sugar and nice Darrels. "
store, Tltusville. A. P. GmmiR.Draylng. You will see them at the popular store "
Old pictures copied and enlarged any J Launch For Hale, u Ilarifaln.I of Walker: Co., Tltusvllle. 't",
size and finished in any style desired. An eight room house, la a desirable For sale. Address, l
Florida views for sale. Work finished location on nidge wood Ave., Daytona WALTER A. Moons, have a 30ft. y0.j horse Morris .* '
For amateurs at trade prices.F. Address, 8 George St., Charleston, U. C. Heights DAphtha launch for safe. It Is Oranges For Sale tw ,''t I,
Draylng or hauling of all kinds promptly M. TAYLOR, L. M. H UKRA Y, Hoc 138:/ 10 first class 'shape;; about three years' ' '
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Tltusvllle, Fla. 4t Daytona, Fla. old. las glass. front. Will sell cheap. 1,000 boxen choice;; Indian; Rlverorsnges'I'I
wood supplied. lllllalde Dairy Farm For Sale. AddresM, E. C. Lose, -all Bright to Fanov. Prefer to sell on

ALFRED llADLrr, Tltusvllle. Launch For Sale. Illldltch Steam Laundry. Jacksonville, Fla. trees at grove near Mime, Fin.Addresa j
Located at Cocoa and This
Rockledge.
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property Includes SO Mores of land, a
Valdostu Ga. ,
Launch for Sale at a n rg-aln. The Cabin Launch Dawn, 32 feet long, Basket will leave office of Southern house of eight room, furnished complete Indian Itlverlte, Attention.We ,
7 feet beam, draft 24 Inches drop sash Express Co., every Tuesday morning. ; dairy bouM, 16x30: feet, with -- --- l

30 foot, glass enclosed,naphtha launch window* forward, mahogany finished n. W, JOYHBR: Agt- cement floor, with separator and churn Lave the largest stock of furniture Orange Wanted. {. 'I

Orvllle. Seven hoc beam, sic horse throughout, 7 horse power Also Vapor fixed tome with power 73 head of Jersy 10 Ilr.vsrd county, We meet' all com. ,
engine, built br' GIlA Engine *: Power motor, speed nine mile per hoar. la perfect Clothing Cleaned, Dyed, mulch cows, 6U head of heifers, one >etltlon. Our Dry Goods department issecond Parties wishing to sell their orange,
Co., of Morris freight*. New York, guaranteed order. Used one season on the East span of moles. barns sod stalls for the to none. We want your business graded and packed la first-class manner
: to be In flrst-cUM order, almost Coast of Florida. Reason' for selling Pressed and Repaired.Ladles' dressesa stock, three wagons and one buggy. Also because we need It. We guarantee eat delivered at Tltn.ville\ wharf after Deo.
new. For term., etc., apply to sodden death of owner. For price aadfnrther specialty Address an orange grove of 200 tree, half of faction, and pay all freight charges. lat, address, stating cash price and oum- a
PETER N.UlOl'r"Or particulars apply to SAX PBBKISS, which are la bearing. For particulars, Dont send thai ordor to Chicago;\ until her of boxes to offer.
Titosville, Fla. Hoixisojr BBOTHCBH: I Magnolia Avenue and 6th Street ', address, .ARTHUR LAPITAM. you try as. J. R. W A irK Ell Co. ORAV B >
W.D:. PETEIU, Dayton Fla. tf Eau Game, :Via. P. O. Box 2.W. Sanford, flu Cocoa, Fla. 2t Tltusvllle >U.; *t Car. ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle,'Flv ;

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I 1 seem to touco tne ground -lurro vr.. from TRUTH WINS. '
rI a pair of marlin spikes the mnte' GRAVEL
II indeed no Uslble support to her swa; i bag securely wired thorn together fnteued ASPHALT ROOFING

Jog, bleeding body. Jed's will aloe a bearing line to tie; eyes: In sac!b An Appeal toth.CommonbcnM oU.b.l'a'''

I FARM held It up-1 thInk saved It from fal end) and was ready for his experiment 110 Meet With Quick Keipona .

ear, Ing and dragging along the dusty IUD gad the Verdict.
Carefully bnul- GUARANTEED FOR 10 YEARS. GOOD FOR 25/ YEARS.
burnt ground a prey to stones and Ing the sharkalongside .i A few whorl months ago we submitted
;wheels. to the intelligent public an article caatn '
V IgTFst The driver was a tall stalwart pea+ he attention to the discovery of an actual IWITII NO EXPENSE OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS

ant !hi a white blouse and black sbee] slipped spikes the marIn between (Cntnri Cure. Skeptics there were plcnlowlngto ,

skin allowing portions of his ret the mlmvworthlell"preparation II
cap ,
Its Jaws j heretofore offered In this country Rome

; straight hair to escape. In ItIM | find secured by few of which might; relieve but Dooe The Carder-Campbell Company
held the reins
Ills left bands
tliseuHi .
j ' them a noose could euro 1..11.. mom diatl'eseing
,, j I I right he swung .a terrible seourg over the born of SNUFFLES, the GUARANTEE: : ,

Ir 1 Hide thy face humanity! Belove Its none so that GATAKKI1 CURE reaches the very Beat I

Christ, didst thou die for a beast .ucb they could l not of i his disgusting distune and I lemovt I shack No.1, Foot of Main! Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA

a as this the cause tttfoida gentle jot uuniplut .
be displaced.
The woman born brute lashes alter and positive cure. _Southern Selling Agents for-
The shark !bucked -
nately horse and woman front or bad Numerous voluntary testimonials. like

haunches or bead, It is all the same to (considerably the following are I spcelved dally. WARREN'S ANCHOR BRAND, and WARREN'S CRESCENT BRAND GRAT@
but Eastwood I was trouble with Catarrh In the
macblne-
him. He acts methodically
I I warrant hal. gave It plentyof throat, my physician did nut worn to KOOF1NG. Cabot's Shingle! Stains and Deadening Felt National Paint
buzz
like. A you
I aw. and seeing o
line until It know what to do for It,
hors finer sensibilities in Its heart. of quieted down much In the pHpeis about"SNUFKLES: ," Works' Structural and Technical Paints.

1 hearts It we could only rend In It. again I when THE CATARRH CURE, I thought I

The eyes of the redhalred peasant are once more he would try It, and I must say that It bas DKRONDE'S "LYTIIITE" COLD WATER PAINT.

bloodshot; they sparkle with ratscblei, 0 already helped me so much thnt I foul I
hauled It --
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cruelty triumph. The eyes are green shall be perfectly cured. After using one -

and their color Is Intensified by the red and, after box of "SNUFFLES" I felt like a Jlewp..r :eROS: ,
off bis
Terrible of his hair. slipping on.-UEv.G.W. McCitABQulncyFie H.ANNE'
Yoked shoes and stockings, took a firm"grIp Icannot prttlse"SNUFFLEb" too much
I, Ills blouse sleeves are rolled up leavIng
PunIShment free tbe on the lines cast off the stake rope and It Is a wonderful treatment for Oat art L. 1246-1218 West Adams Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
muscular
his arms
r Inflicted' strong then stepped. boldly on to the shark'iback. The first box gave me such relief as I
IW.th Z arms of a gorilla, thickly covered wltl have not bad for years, and six boxes
,
ny a Russian short red hair. The first move of the startled shark cured me, although I still keep a box on. and Wine Merchants!
Peasant on Th pcsJinnt's mouth Is wide open band In case I may catch cold. I shall always Liquor
I was to try; to dive, but a sharp pull oc recommend It wherever -
to
do best
L I Horse His Girl Wife bowing long yellow sharp canln the Impromptu bit opened his mouth sc I can.my M. E. BAxTER Malboro VII ,

; teeth. Every little while be cries In a wide that be bad to get his bead above am using the sixth box of '*SNUI<. -Oldest house In tbe city.- '

., : I That savagery and Ignorance still hoarse voice: water to breathe It is a well recognlz! FLES":! and am surprised at the* resultI '

,. prevail to nn alarming extent among "Get up witch that thou art! Faster ed fact that a fish will drown If hIs am feeling bettor than I have for five Wholesale Distributors of Lemps' St Louis Beers

.:;" (the Russian peasantry U Illustrated bjPL ; don't be all day about It. We must mouth can be'kept open for a few mlnutes years. The air passages are clean, there

I. recent bit of rrnllaui from the oljMsilm finish our twenty miles before dusk. .under water and Eastwood had is no discharge, and my head Is as clear asa
f : pen Ah this" (meaning stroke with the taken advantage of this. bell. This the only Catarrh raedlclm OUR WINES AND LIQUORS SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES
'J Gorky a new llusslnn llternrjjtTpnlus I have tried i a
and
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good
, whip), "was a good one. It struck-tht The shark seemed badly frightenedfor that did me any
" 'I whose work Is saId to posses number. J. CALDwELL El Patio Texas: tJrCall or send for Prices
'r right' spot dost think so, brother a short time and made It pretty dir bu
/ I I more virility than that of Tol tol.I SNUFFLES no ordinary remedy ----------- ----- -
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. : horsy? ficult for his rider to preserve hIs equilibrium treatment which Is positive): -

'I, [Iii hIs work Is Infused with passionate And behind this wngon to 'which the but his bare feet clung tightlyto guaranteed a complete to cure CATAUR1I In any; ....... ...................

I 'I I t I Ibumau Interest of the struggle for life biped beast of burden Is chained to the back of the big fish and after a form or stage when used according to dlrectlons. '

I I I ;among the poor of Hussla. The followIng .gather with the sorriest of jades roami number of unsuccessful efforts to dive There are no powdeis acids .

I'I''"; | story la not nn effort of the Imngl.I and runs -/-and straggles on crutchef pr shake him off the shark became or inhalers but a simple and pleasan I 3.20 w M.t.>r nprM.=P.O. 4 Full e
for and children : For Quarts
I oration, but a vivid picture of nn actual when necessary a vast multitude, yelping quite tractable and he could turn him treatment men, women and cweuae I i.vii'
It at once
send
fur
. \'I ;occurrence witnessed by the author: and howling s'reamlnltnd whlstllng. about and steer him In any direction write Don't full delay particulars but 1\6 to your condition I OF THE CELEBRATED 7-YEAR-dLD .
When be satisfied
he fully
ThIs 1 la no fictlon-more's the pity washed. was and you will receive special advice from I
{ j I The thirst for blood I nm ashamed to that the finny steed was under control the discoverer of this wonderful remedy I e
: i I witnessed! the scene of horror and
, ;I here described In the vll- nay seems to anlmato particularly boys he rode alongside the yacht and called without cost beyond the regular prIce of:: I : Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey e

. pavagcnoft and young girls. To them the tragedy the boys on deck, and If ever there was he[ remedy. I

k age of Kaneybowka: government of enacted Is as good nn. a circus. Every a .surprised lot he had them. Their Prepaid to any address on receipt of t1.I o
GILES We ship In Plain Packages, no marks to Indicate contents which wilt
4 4t now and! then some lad or girl runs up shouts and exclamations brought the Address Dept. C 705 EDWIN B. I void all comment. When you get it and test it, If It is not.atl return o

. I \ ---- to the bleeding woman to shriek words entire Punlo settlement to the beach to Sc CO., 2330-J2: Market St. Philadelphia it a.our : peii..Band you.$3.20..1Il be cheerfully refunded. f..etor'l.key Is .
in the market. We close at hand and
\ I as good as any K 00 fronds are can give
:, ===. of contempt and hatred threats and reproaches see what was up. and they would not ---- -- ------ - --- --- you quicker delivery than distant houses." We have been doing business in
rit. Into'her scored face. at first belleve.thelr eyes, but finally ./ this city and at the same stand for aO years, and as to oar reapouslblllty .
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I GENERAL DIRECTORY. mud reputation for honest dueling we refer you to any bank or merchant hers.
t { Plenty of women In the procession. concluded there was a new kahuna !In or to the editor of this paper. .

it., They couldn't run faster couldn't stick town and that he was a dandy. Manyof 1- SOLOMON & LEVI .

: -mod. closer If a new hat or frock was to be them paddled out in their canoes to u. s. LAND OFFICE ,
>.1, i\ .......... ...Register. 1928-I93O' First Ave. P. 0. Box 33, Birmingham Ala.KOTIOE .
seen. Their faces arc red with excitement get a good look at the kahuna and returned H.fl. (Chubb..,.., ...... ,
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; while their eyes gleam with to the beach to report and Increase V(. (i. Robinson at Uolnenllle..Florida.... . .Receiverunices '-We pay; express, char.....to all point reached by; the "Southern Express A
r Company" bntto polntaoti lineaofntherexpre.ecnmpanies w.. prepay, only to pn Inn **
pleasure and rnnllce. the wonderment of their neigh where Bouthern ExpreM, Company trannrers to said other coupMny., We cannot ship A
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I U. S. SENATORS)Ir. O.O.D. Price lint tor other goods on application.V'ben writing please mention Oils paper.
I repeat the above Is gospel truth bors. .... ...Jacksonville. Ve
J.r.Tallaferro..-........... .
j ; more's the pity! I witnessed the scene Mallory, ..... ...... ...... .. ..1-ennacola
myself sitting/ nt the window of n hut Cuptored by Her Pirate '".w. U. B. CONGRESSMEN ...........................

I while Illness pnrnlyzed my limbs. They What has been the fate of Captain tohert W. Davis...... ............. ..Palatka,.
call It "the show." and It Is a popular Gilmore his wife and the officers of 104.I \1. Sparkmnn.,............," ..... ..Taiupa,
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h hI amusement thereabouts hallowed' by the Chilean bark Lutoun. which sailed FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. o :=: ..A. S IB H, VM < c CO. ,

) I tradition. The state winks at it, the last tall from Tort Blukely Chile for E. Iilinlck.I'alm Heach....... .......Senator.
I II I II church closes Its eyes: against/ It. Eaton. rel'ut Hare they been killed K. K. Rauleison, Fort Herce.. .Representative BIT,.* Blow 1&18t., JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.

I I A husband who discovers his wife's by their, own crew or have they been EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.

''i faithlessness. may yoke her with hIs captured 'piratesT One fate or the Vm. .lenntnus .. ........ ........Govetnor.'no. .
cattle for twenty tulles and lash her as other must have befallen them, for It L Crawford...." Secretary of State
I'fl much as his cattle If he exceeds the Is pretty certain that the! bark Leonora, 'amen B. W hltttrld. ,::: ::::::.Attorney-General.Treasurer.:. FULL
Vm. B Laniar.............. .. Few.
I run by a yard only or If he doesn't divide wrecked In the Philippines In January :V. N.Rheata.... ,.....Supt. public Instruction.

f fI (rIi the punishment equally between was the musing Latona. I I. E. MrLin..... "..,....Cununlsaloner.... .Comptroller.Agriculture
fI
I \\I woman and beast he Is liable to arrest Shipping men of San Francisco and LlonzoC..Clifford 1 fr.t: ,::::::' :::AdJntanwJeneral.ohn ; i !

... ..... ........Burve. or.Heneral., EXPRESS E
ind to a line of 15 kopecks the value ota Ute Pacific coast say they feel sure that Hraiford Chfimtst.. >tPRESS
.. ,.. State I
half pint of schnapps. the wreck on the Philippine shore Is R.K. Rose Offices'at'Tallahassee- ;Florida. PREDAiD PREPAID ,II

{' the missing Latona and that the crew

) !' must have mutinied and killed the captain SUPREME. COURT JUDGES Justice.
Mabry..Chief,
Rode on the Back his wife and all the English officers 111.11.F. B. Carter' .......... ... .Associate Justice.. : iGn 4x.I
{! and then started to find the path LYTsylor..................... ilill ,
Of Big Shark
JX ways to the south Pacific, where the RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS. '..ri

cargo could be sold at good prices. It H.E. na chairman.................Gainesville..L. \ I + S
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t then the reticence of the J. Morgan,.? '.. .. Jasper..M.Bryan
Is correct
l Herr Eastwood of San Francisco was this J. ............. .. ..... .Klaslnime.
of Commander Hobson survivors of the wreck" la explained. JOhD L. Neeley, Jr., clerk... .. ..........Areaxlla.Ileauquarters j
the -
I recently guest and 1 ollioes. at Tallahassee. Fla. i Doz.I
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of Honolulu In a shark hunt In White's Cream Vermifuge removes the .
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Pearl harbor Sharks are plenty In the inhealthytissue upon which worms CIRCUIT COURT.linor '
DELIVERED
i. : '"OKT trp, WITCH." waters of the Hawaiian Islands and hrive; It brings and quickly a healthy .1>. HeRirs 8.Jones, Orlando,Tito.vllle.Circuit,.....I'ronecullnif Attorney Judge FOR

I', Cnenon Russia on July 13, 1001. It's ihortly after setting their line they londltloa of body where worms cannot 8prlmc Term-Fourth Monday Monday in November.BREVARD April. 00
I'' twentieth moro'ethe looked a big one. They brought him exl t. Price 25 cents. Wilson & Son. Fall term-Fourth 0
a century tragedy
j alongsIde and made him fast and turned COVift AT COURT. _VJ1k.

pity, I repeat. In for the night. How. Se..r. LoBBvlt7.Moderation .D.Penney.......... ...........County Judge.
In the Tillage street, past the dust In all things and a sufficiency amen E. Andrews,.. .. ..Prosecuting Attorney. Agents for the Pabst
Co.
The boy%were pretty tired and sleepymd .. Brewing
A. A. Stewart....... ..... .CuuotyClerlt.
r', covered huts, a procession. Slowly It not Inclined to turn out early the of /work-these, according to a Spring Term-Second Monday In May. __ ____.-__ _u_-f 1
Berlin physician Professor .' In August
Terra
prominent Bummer
moves along this peculiar procession text morning but with the first peep Term Second Monday in lvovem ...
Fall -
t attended by howls and frantic :yells and ot dawn In the blushing east Herr Qerhardt are the greatest aids to the Winter Term-Second Monday In February. PABLO BY THE SEA LIVERY.'urnouts .
ittulninent of old Alcohol and tobacco -
age.
f catcalls. Eastman slipped on deck and. securing COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
are poisons, and their use Is
After It, like a great wave'the people -- therefore to be condemned as calculated R t.:Members E. Minis,i J...""rlnter..nt M. Dixon eltalvnisnTltit.v01e1.Bonarentnre.1R. t of all descrlp16ns 5I SADDLE HORSES (

stream and surge over the highway. to shorten II fv.nerblne 1. N.Andrews,Cocoa; C. P. I'latta Fort Fierce. tl Transfer
: BAGGAGE
At the head walks a little horse and "Iaged OUrIe COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

l a comically worn out Jade he Is. Ills I"eetensthe breath brightens J.R.Walker, chairman Tltnsrllle; John R.Mlot TRAPS, H trrLIYG,.Eta
bead Is bent as If In sorrow. When ha eyes and clears the complexion wlth- [ Indianola; R. A. (Conklinic, Tillntan;John
i usrd out the lit effects whatever 'and Wood J. Frank Bill White City.
of the curious expression slightest C. Jones .y I +
h be raises one of hi.* fore legB.lhla'chin| for one worked out. Many a womr.n drops nsures the natural bloom of health. B.R. leftnlar. sessions are held ttrat Monday lu eachmo..th. SURREYS, "Il Wm. WILKINSON,

ft' slake down still lower, as It the mouth nto a chair In utter weariness "&U Wilson & Son. Price 60 cents BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. LAUDAUS, Proprietor.

was to lick the duel When he raises played out," and wonders .. ,THtmville;... Judge,
D.Penney _
another leg, his hind quarter tremble irhy she feels so weak She Preferred Apples to a Coli..... .ta.E. Andrews. Tltusville, ;i:: :: ,Couunty our Cle 'rk. ICTORIAS a Pablo Beach, FJa
haa not yet realized: that About a century or *o ago when the .A.A. Stewart, Tltueuine.u.
and come down. The sorry brute he general health is so !e ''omtuUaloner *'h>> had lu chance the ae- t V.W.'r.'i:: \ \ ,..::.'.::.'....:.::..Tax Tax Collector..II. AMtessor.. -

looks aa If he would fall over and expire ntimutely related 'to the ectlon of a Kite for Bowdota college werettending '. Rove,Tltusvllle' .., .... .........Treasurer..K. .

any moment.At local healtb of the dam t to this. duty they pitched upon R. Mimi Honaventnre.... . 8ujit.11ib.Innt.,, ADVOCATE PRINTING HOUSE. .

hU. side and like him chained to romanly organism, few Gloucester<< Me. n* combining more J..P.O.Brown Fries, Tttusvtlie.County Tltnsvllle...... Surveyor Sheriff,
the thill pole ambles a woman with hut weakness taunt .idvantagp than any other plnce they: bad .CockshuttLaOrange.,Rejielratkm Officer
allow womanly dts.sea. .lilted, but the owner of the land' refused
COUNCIL.
uncertain A ? TrrusviixK TOWN
step. woman No. a
with It It it be used the
to part wa to a*
girl rather. She Is small, sparsely developed J.)t.Dixon mayor; R.E. Mtnle, Jr., marshal
Restoration alte of a college, though willing enough. to .id tax collector: w.8. rlranolnft. clerk and
and entirely naked. of the general 111'11 It If It wa! to be put to any other 4ise. wtnurer John Henry, tax ussesaor: John R.'dker ..
Her head wreathed by musses of health Invari- 'I'll* reason that hot rave wa that the F.A. Morgan, O.K.Daren councilmen, S.G. alandlolfh.m '
and J. L. (rarnithera
thick. dark blond disheveled hafr. Is a b I y follows Itu
held high and thrown back her wide the use of Dr. retard In which he// took (treat pride. SoIt BOARD OF TRADE.O. b
Herce's Fa. that tbll" the reason why New
stare Into with look seems
open eyes space ,a .
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orlte Pre- Gloucester la. noted for its apples rather .)r.Robbins president; 3.M.Dixon tre. .
that has nothing human In It. Meets second vietlisday
secretary.
nN".J. l> Host
IICri ptlon. 11 ban a* being the neat of Bowdoln col. .
In eavh month, their rooms.FREK 4tT
Her Is of blue and black ntKhc
body a mass cguUtea the periods, ,dries weakening 1t'1f.. .
and red and yellow stains and blotclu.. .rainy heal inflammation and ulcvra- : AND ACCEPTED MASONS.:

f of round and oval welts, knots and tlon. mill cures female weakness. Itraiiquilues The former premier. Japan. Mar Indian River Lndm No.90,holds meetings!

lumps the left breast Is cue In several the nerves, encourages the' ula. Ito has arrived In the United montb.ie second at their and ffourtb lodge room Friday, near evenings court of ho.each.... ??- x'- i1)A

places and blood trickles from the appetite and induce refreshing sleep. ilatea. lIe Is traveling for his health. at t :ao o'clock p m. Gad W.Scoble, W. 111,1F.A. ;

1 wounds, marking her path There U no" for substitute there i* nothing for "Favorite'rescnptioii ust\ It his friend IltmUl Toru. bad traveled Morgan,Soo'y.ORDER .
; EASTERN STAR. I
The blood hos'mlldu reddish stain OF
a
ills Ither some mouth. bill health
as good for womanly ngo
running from the heart across the body Friendship Chapter, No.It, holds Ira meetlnfrs.
of thisrrat
a I with to mlvtae the miftVrinir women night be better now Tltuxvllle., the
and down the left ley to the knee; blood : lamU of lh.t t have received Irora X>r.ierce's In the Maaonlo In Lodge each month room.tSdpo'ui ock on p.m.tid
and'Goldeu Medial fI.lit Tuesday
l hat also accumulated on the top of the PnvoHt' *Prescription of the third TI'.IIIy each month at too
write Mm.
lcoery J.hrIk A farmer In Tennessee has a cow The fullowlnn are) the officer, of
foot but there luvrclful dust hides hu olumnu Orove, Futnwn Co. > clock: p.sq.
had been sunVrer from female Inmtitat,, bleb U only ttilrty-tbrv Inches blgbrhlle th. lod"': Mrs.C.S.Scheylerwnttb, matron;
,earn X a Wilson .
manity's (tllt>tlace. unable to do even the hcuA Dr.r K. R. worthy patron; Mrs. F. b.aTee
nd At tides was It I h. .* long UK other cow l I'' aaaonlate matron: Mr. F. A. Morgan, ,
n ,
bul X had Aitch any ( :
It looks as It some vandal some ink: for three tn the fatuity pam . Nlw ,
Mr
..... secretary r
.. .. Miss Aleph ; .w
doen of ,but tI'
ly rough had risen from a mediaeval tb.t.fter 1 taking"If..t are almuot bottle death of lour medicine time I oft. _lust be a sort "f lx'\ r ilirhobuntl, Uea. M. Robblns.."',.uh.ot.I... .l B. R; w7L9..a'ocitmeowiuctreseMrs.J. t c- fq'

I torture (chamber had begun to flay ; that health was gre.tla irarowd Screvenlab
ulhlully uy my !
. .lobn R. W.'k..r.> Ruth; Mrs. F. A
To tho'1ub1lc.Allow Mrs.
and Riti.linirt
,, t this poor little body, but had slckcuedat !; r. flesh. right t hAve.lUmff a KOOU Appetite This! Apnnjr; urn la be fir.titne M.organ; Esther.; Mra.G_ W. ttconle, Martha
1 me to say a few word In praise T. T. Wet more, AlanhaJ; Mrs. W M.
the task after tearing off one strip in nve y rrs thAt I hAve done ": l.t= :r.
: i leAninv All ov mvnelf And without ot Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. I had uodwarU.Electa.
of skin. Still! was
I quivering mercy t all luifcringwomen
UiKu whAtever hope a severe cough and cold and feared
/ only a spasmodic dweller In his black ..my dud teller na T hav done very after taking -secure your reMrvatiooa over the
I would but
get pneumonia
bsen tea ,
"" fn oreiiht just puundA
out Dropping the knife he seized a .nd I rtni jaiumg/ hes tbe second dose of this medicine I felt Clyde Line at the ADVOCATE office, TU I

y Snout to work ott hi* fury on God's Dr. Pierre's Common Sense Medical be\ter. three bottles of it eared my cold svillerpa'We

own likeness; tdvUter looS large pagespis- covers aD,1 the pains In my chest disappeared ?rue Job
The- girL couldn't han been an ordinary ''ia I sent frtf on receipt of at one-a'II\ itlrely.! I am most respectfully your would esteem tbe favor if our Work Quickly Executed I

peasant woman born and bred Lamp to pay expense of mailing. oniy, for health Ralph S. Meyers 64 Thirty aders, when writing or calling upon ;

In poverty and degradation, for her feet or for ctoth-bourpt hook sendi tamps youth SU. Wheeling w. Va. For saleb7 oor advertisers to purchase merchandise, t

i i iyer..e."mall and slender..They didn't .ddres Dr. R. V. Pierce. Bulfolo N. Y. all druggist and medicine dealers. eto., would mention the ADVOCATB. AT THE ADVOCATE OFFICE.


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Professional Cards. 1'10 sr4ki'naffSyrtomsn FOR THE CHILDREN NiIIIIIIpISllllllllt IIgINPN a SIIII 11111I11111111 IIIgISlNllllhlpllllllN' I IkIIIH111114b1!!:' %1: ;

CEO. M. BOBBINS, A florae Tell. Him Story. 1 Lazy Liver

I am a flue black\ horse, and when I IJI.R/ : 'll'11'/1'/il ilII 'I
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR hot I 's. Bryan IS Curet !:; t
was young I could so fast that I ." III t hero hem troubled a treat dl i
with
was named'Ico. a torpid liver, which produces oonstlnt.

AT-LAW. The blood may be in bad condition, I was born In Maine and bad a very I'' Read Her Letter to Mrse Pink/lame II''. *for lon Ibem. I found and Mioured CASCA KETS mien relief to be the all :you OrattrtaJ.ale

Will practice to State and United States yet with 110 external signs, no skin kind master. My mother was a great 'p6'p6ing that I purchased another supply and WM corn ,
Court. J:11 "DEAR MRS PIN HAM-I was sick for two years with fall '! ,i pletely OU!..... t mall only be too clad to no- .
eruption or sores to indicate it. The favorite of master and he often came ommend CitHnnreM whenever the
of the ovaries and bladder. opportunity L
of the womb and iutlummution .. ."
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Office at TITUSVH-LB nted
FLA. Prr J. A *MITII. .
in to our pasture with something to eut 'I'I'
rymptoms such cases being a variable was bloated very badly. My left WJOSuiiquabanna Av.., Philadelphia. P. i
appetite, poor:digestion an indescribable and patted us. ''i limb would swell do I could not I 'I;
GAULDEN When It wan time for me to lie'bro I """ on foot. I had such CANDY t 11.
weakness and
D.L. nervousness, loss of flesh I . .: step my
and a general run-down condition of the ken master taught me a little every ... bearing-down )pains I could CATHARTIC a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, day and was very kind. lie bad a : not walk '' t
.s" : straighten up or : i
the blood has J 0' : 111
system-clearly showing /
Will practice la all the Courts of the State brother living \ew'Yol'k who wish I: 'l-\t-4;; \ .J. across the room, and suchshooting
ot Florida, and the United lost its nutritive qualities has' become thin [
States Courts.i ed to buy'me. So when I Wits three w'P;,= _' pains would go 1'I 1'/'/
.O Box. 835. T1TU8V1IXE, FLA. and Wit ry. It is in just such cases thatS. years old I started ou my journey.I I '/ ;' 1: through me that I 1'1' ,', vean. MASS slolenisenPlsmnt.

Money to Loan. 18 .S. S. has done some of. its quickest and was put on a train going to Port. thought I could not I

.. most effective work by jfciilding up the land and was BO frightened at tut ,. /" stand it. :My mothergcrtmealottlaofLydia I: I,

14. J. WEBB, blood and supplying the elements lacking strange noises that master stayed with < ''I Palnuiblf .
I Ie Good De
to make it strong and vigorous. me nearly all the time. At Portland I N E. Pil1kham'aVegphble GOOd Never' IIlo .u. Wi.akei7.Jr Or""eTlO., rao.50a

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW boat and master's stateroom I Compound and told DIe CURE CONSTIPATION. ...
was put on a -
"My wife used several when I to try it. I took six ,il ,: 5111., ....., to....."(. ............., ... ,.... _
Will practice in the Courts of the 7th was near toe so wa a
Circuit. Taxes for bottles of S. S. S. frightened I would hear his voice, 'fir bottles and now thanks M. .
paid nonresidentsand ,, -ItAI'n1lanA J unrsnteedbysitdru.a
IW \\
as a blood purifier and f wonderful media JK-iu'
your aae< UaW
rents and accounts collected. to tone up a weak and fi which made me feel much better. f. ?. cine alone I am a well I Jb. _ .-..... _.............__
TITUSVILLE emaciated with When I arrived In New York, I wa I '
FKOBIDA. system woman. Some of our down-liver readers have
very marked effect by more scared than ever at the elevated 'I wish every woman II11 II11to forgotten the fact that this office Is fully

PENNEY way of improvement."We railroads but I went to Brooklyn and Buffering with female weakness I equipped to do all kinds of job printing.

A.D. regard it a out to a suburb which was to be my II \1 would begin its use at I II:, Advertising and Job printing helps us to

great tonic" and blood new home.I once."-MAS. ELSIE: BRYAN OUs- I publish a newspaper worthy of tbe East ,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, purifi Princeton r. -Mo.S J. F.. DuFF, was put In a box stall in a pretty ville Mich. Coast, ,.and all we want Is a share of It. *

Tirusvir-LK, FLORIDA. red stable, and my new master and How many women there are who suffer just like Mrs. Bryan '
the greatest of all mistress were very kind to me. I was did I If you ask such sufferers what treatment they have.you

Will practice In all the courts of the 7th and yon wiU a fast trotter and went for many pleas will find they are depending upon some professional theorist' I KIDNEY DISEASES i:

Judicial Circuit.MORGAN.t S S. n d the improve. ant drives In the park. I who has never cured a case of uterine or ovarian trouble or I''
appetite -
For six happy years I lived In this I you will find that they went to t'.ieir: druggist; to get Lydia E.nkhsm'a .
.at once,strength
Vegetable Compound and were advised by the
place., and then the family went to Eu I
JONES, returns', and nervousness vanishes as new rope,-and 1 was sent to a country town I dealer to take something else. You may be sure that suchsuffering are 'the most fatal of r all disease
will not ezlnt'when Lydia
from female
derangement
rich blood circulates
once more
pure out on Long Island to be taken care I, E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Is used Thin. statement. ?.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE through all parts of the system. of. I have lived there{ ever since And finds overwhelming verification in the grateful letters from

Loans Notary Public. S. S. S. is the only purely vegetable master and mistress always spend women. l KIDNEY CURE Hi

blood purifier known. It contains no minerals some of the summer. months there. I When you ask for Mrs Pinkham's medicine at your dealer's FOLEY'S

Collections, Typewriting, Stenography, whatever.: Send for our free bookon am seventeen years old now, and am you may safely distrust the motives of any one who asks you. Buar&Dtud Rtmedjor

TITUSVILLK FLA. blood and skin diseases and write our driven mostly In light wagons. In the to take something else in place of .

physicians for any information or advicaranted. winter I have my shoes taken off and Lydia JT .Ptnkham'a Vegetable Compound j money refunded. Contains

CEO..A, WOR LEY ( No charge for medical advice. am put out In the pastures In mild remedies recognized by emi '
weather. I have beard master soy that "t dented with
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA, GA. shall $ REWARDWebs. tonal city neck", I nent physicians as the best for
ATTORNEYATLAW.General I never be sold so I have noth I
i ,
_ yiin. tvooo! which
practice In StaLe and Federal -.--- _. ing to fear and am very bappy.-Ada 5OOO i will|| t, pi3 to any pen. Kidney 'and Bladder troubles.

Courts. All business entrusted Case In Brooklyn Eagle. son who eau find that the above testimonial PRICE SOe. and )'..00.U. .
will letter I*nOllt nutn..or warn publlahed before
I...... That L' ".bbe.. i
receive prompt attention. *e obtaining the write,'. ipecliit permlxloa. It. WILSON & SON.
When I'nra rubber trees are tapped.an,1' LYDIa B. P)NKIIAM MKDICIMS Co.
General .
Counsel for the Tuttle. Estate. A trnle.e Plant. l.rrrrr.
the gum has run Into receptaclesand ,
Miami WANTKIk He inU Fernnns of character andPxxl
Those: who Indulge In the luscloui -
stiffened a | of large black ant
MIAMI apt-des ( reputation In each HUM(one in tills cnunIjr .
FLOR1PA. la accuMtoinvd to cut out pieces of the peanut, or groundnut, will be Interest. A Baseball Retrospect. The Latest Storm Center. tfiiiiilreil)to 1..ttO'i and .ilv..rtl... nlrl t
rubber and carry them nwny. Bees also ed to learn what was said of this com tt>.llftli. .4l, wealthy ImMnep horse of.olhilln.no
'TAMES Baseball followers have had a season Tbe greatest danger/ of international old standing) Hwlnry elxweklywithespeneesaddltronsl t
ANDREWS find use-for India rubber-and some species modity at the New York botanical replete with happenings of interest, I complications seems to lie now on the : all psyalde: : lu o.sh l mob Wednmilay:; t
in South America actually cut the garden recently As the name' peanut' direct from held ullln. llnraomid oanrluire fur.. I
ATTORNEYATLAW.Main bark of trees that produce resinous substances and they should be sutlstled to sink shores of the Perrlan !gulf.. There U nlxlixl, when neneimiki-y. Itnrernnrim. LnoliHieM
Indicates, It Is a member of the pea I If addressed. tan trd| "nvlu|>.. MttiiHger HIS
office and postofflco address TITCB- In order to CBUH a flow of the family and Is not a nut at all. but justas from sight during the next few months. already a serious dispute over tbe pow Ox ton 11..lhll"Kl'luo8ll0. BOdeo

VILLE. Branch office at FORT PIERCE: nap. The gum I 114 employed by the bee. much a "pea In the pod" as any pen Although the finish of the pennant race session or the port of Kovvey: between
1111 a readymn\ Prosecuting Attorney for Brevard Co. Youth's Companion. ''or bean. The curious fact about In the National league wall not so closeas Great Britain and Turkey The Importance the ADTOOATK office. Send your order.

Notary Public State at Large. groundnuts is their burrowing; habit many desired the fuel that the rib of this place comes from the fact

Ill. Morning Mlealon. The plant looks very much like clover, bon was captured by a tenin not hall- that It Is the objective\ point of two iii ANN r E ? SALVE.lh 'J

E. FOSTER "You always get up at 5 o'clock In the but has a small bloom, from which lag from an Atlantic seaboard city afforded trausarablan railroads, one British the i.. .
STEPHEN moet ..tveln
morning do said l the Inquisitivecousin. heallna tho world.
:tauT descends a long filament carrying'theembryo a novel aspect to the race tbllt"bas other German.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, at that. unearthly"Wbnt do hour you?"do with yourself peanut. No sooner does this been lacking for a number of years. The MonteQk Arabs who Inhabit the TIlE RAPID CALKEK Is what every t tyaothllmlD
touch the In' which the
sandy ground
and boatbullder needs.
Sims Building "Oh. 1 tinker around the house till Plttsburg deserves first place In the country about Koweyt are said to be In For !
than It Into the sale Jas. .
plant grows develops by Prltohard A; SOOt Titusvllle
breakfast time" replied Mr. Meeker. National list. No unprejudiced person open revolt, and the sultan has sent
Fla. Price
JACKSONVILLE FLA. "What do tinker at?" nut as we know It. .4 and *8 each f
you denies tbat. Fred Clarke has fought a I General Edhem Pasha to
suppress
Wltb the sharp hard point of the
"Er-getting/ breakfast mOlltl,. said I'
!: ALLEN Mr Meeker with some reluct nC8.-ChJ. shell the nut works Its way down Into consistent beady although DOt always them. He has also concentrated 30,000 The Indian River Iteal Estate i..{;
,
GEORG\ sago Tribune. the sandy soil and continues attachedto unrestrained battle and by winning out men at Basra. It Is suspected that Ed- Agency lion for Sale "

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the parent plant by the little filament In decisive style justified early predictions hem Pasha has Instructions to occupy I.

KUT WEST, FLOBIDA. through which It nourishes Its that his men had top notch timber Koweyt, The British ,government In Unimproved lands from 2.00 to 920.00 J

Will practice In the United States the For human all fresh cuts or wounds animals.either Bal-on parent In dutiful fashion. The reasonIng In them. The one cloud on the record consequence, Is assembling a naval per 10 acre.
subject or on acre orange grove, near Tltusvllle.
and State Courts. 9jun05I. / lard's Snow Liniment Is excellent: ; while Instinct of the plants Is Interesting of the Smoky City ball tossers Is force in tbe Persian gulf, and If the some trees bearing, ."(lO.UO.
for should It that obstruction
for corn-buskers' sprained wrists barbed happen an 'the fact that outbursts of temper have Turks attempt to occupy the disputed 0 acre orange !grove near Tltusvllle,
: wire cuts and sores on working horses it Is placed In the way of the Infant : with 10 acres of land some bearing
.
FRIES C.COUNTY E been more or less frequent. All bast port there will be "something doing. ,
I.O.J cannot be too highly coramonaed. Price peanut or If the sand should be dug loo.oo.. j
.
SURVEYOR.Land 25and: 60 cents. B. R. Wilson &; Son.; away at the place. It bad planned to ball players should never forget that Sovereignty over Arabia Is most important Orange !grove and pineapple farm, at

and enter the earth It will give up the effort umpires and opposing ,teams have to the sultan because of the Mlcoo, 000( good! bearing. trees, with 1 acre
legally
Mapping neatly surveyed done. Estimates sub-divided.for Both Side. of It. and die. rights that must be respected. presence there of the shrine of Mecca shed for pines good dwelling ....OOO.J( ().

all kinds of engineering; works. Die Co tleton (to n".bawayl-'That do yon Philadelphia and Brooklyn mail II authority over which gives him his position 80 acres of pine and hummock land for .

puted lines a specialty. think of It? 11..1...'.. Clubbeily. who 1 Intrlllirrne of Anlnmla.Paul spirited light for second plnce. Mud as caliph of "Islam lIe will therefore oranges and! pines on It. ll. south ofSebastian

TITU8VILi.lC. Brevard Co., FLORIDA. mine have; actually always axUuu tlionuht me wax to lend a friend him $2S.of: there Is B. Du doubt Challlu. the ('xplorer.IlIlYs to the credit of Hugh Jt>uilngfl.. lu light to the death anything that House and Hirer 41 tHOO.OO sores of ]land, beautiful
that animals talk In
Clubherly, later, to .dlawayl-\Ybat) no brought Colonel Rogers' representa menaces that authority river front, 2 miles of Kan Gallic. f OO.

S.. BURNnAJI M. D. do you think of It? Here's Cantleton certain ways among themselves. In lives under the wire ahead of Kd: l1..nlon's Abdul I Iain Id Is apparently In the 7 room cottnge, 10 acres of land, riverfront
N. I barf Africa be has heard gorillas laugh andguft'aw at Ueorglann. |700.
who always thought was s fileml. Superbas. The coll'ipxe of the most tryingposition be has yet been
of mine, actually refusing to I lend me $25. when they came to rob a man'sfield Apply at once to
SURGEON and SPECIALIST Detroit "'I't'1'rell... and found that elephants had already Brooklyn pitching staff curly In the forced Into and to save the situation at D. J" GAULI>BN, Manager f

Ear, Nose and Throat. destroyed everything as If they summer hopelessly hampered their Koweyt he may be willing to tusks Tltusvllle Fla. {

are suffering,: fearfully from appreciated the joke on themselves. chances making a good! fluUli. wholesale concessions which be would I -- -.-- ---

WKST PALM BEACH FLOBIDA. indigestion or dyspepsia when one single Again he beard a gorilla which had Charles A. Comlnkey's "hlciino White never have dreamed of under tbe condition I Foley's Honey and Tar :'

----- ----- -- -: bottle of llerblne would bring about a found some choice berries call 'another Stockings bad no trouble In worsting. prevailing before the opening of huts /IInr.rIl"d stops the voitgh.be I: ""r
prompt and permanent cure. A few doses that was a long ouV. lie __. i iFEY'
way snw their compeers In the American J league.Comlxlcey the present dispute. 4 t f
will do more for a weak stomach than n monkeys apparently deliberate for a
Virginia Homes prolonged course of any other medicine. long time before making some move. is a born baseball manlpulii $

Price 50 cents. B. K. Wilson A; Son.A These animals by the way rarely tor and bud an rnergvtic tonsil of piny- The secretary of the Interior has Just

drink water, but eat juicy berries and ers under blm. Like Ilnnlon. Co in In key made an Important ruling In relationto pS

You learn all about Virginia Lands Real One. fruits 'Instead. Du Challlu was Impressed Is a keen Judge of buiuan nature and Indian lands. HP Insists' that the You I

Its resources products-mode of cut; ""Whew! exclaimed the first pigeon."Wasn't by the fact that even In a can tell a ball player In u glance. Chi consent of the Indium who own min !crow whit "

tlvatlon prices etc., by reading tbe that sparrow mad when I tropical forest animals have to work sago bus a snug suns to Its credit on ill.. eral lands (fo Oklahoma nest be secured you're pl.utlag 7

I Virginia Farmer. Send lOots. swiped that grain of torn from him?'' hard for a living. Some of them travel season's work although of Nurse the before the mineral! claims can be F.rry'.e.aals.when you if plant '

for 3 month; subscription to the "I should nay no," replied the other. miles every day to get food and have have In the allotments buy you
Farmer Co. Windy City AnwrU-aim not equaled worked and that no case can oh..p ee.le you as/
Emporla. Va. "Talk about 'small hot blrdsf! all kinds of ,
your trouble In finding a safe who nun. Take noFerry's. oh.mlw"gel -
the National leadrrn In this re''iN>ct.Plttsbitrg bt secured by perrons .
Philadelphia Prefix.OverWork place to spend the night Even elephants Dobn n.ry+
HAVE YOU. SEEN THE WALTON I. rredltM" with having ctonr-. have filed claim la advance of such when ran hem WNt.
are careful about theirsleeping
Rapid. Calker? If not call at the storeof very.. ed a net proflt of .1X000 on Ibe caw consent and allotment It has been one for 1tnM t4M Annua -
plac They bate snakes
Jas. Prltcbard A; Son, Titusville. Weakens palgn. of the features of what Helen Hunt has mdl.dfew.
and before cfewn
lying they carefully
It Is an article that should be In the
D. M. riMr* co..
posse< soa! of every boatbullder and Your Kidneys. trample over a large area to kill or Anarchists of Germany lave adopted named the "century of dishonor" that DetreH, Mlek. '

yachtsman. Read the testimonialsfrom drive out reptiles and rodents and big a novel plan to tight the police. I It Is tbe discovery of minerals on Indian

.first-class boatbullders. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure blood all they are they go In berds.for greater stated that a "rogues' gallery" containIng lands has led to tbe. seizure of the

safety.It I claims by prospectors "who then proceeded
likenesses of every known or suspected DYSPEPTICIDETh !:
All the blood In your body passes through to dispossess the Indians by fairnienns
your kidneys once every three minutes.u Is characteristic of the speed of sleuth In the kaiser's service has or foul, generally the latter dec : ....-.... aid to DIGESTION.

The kidney. are our trade that, having sold a great bten found In lay possession of leading I
_. ,231 your
A Sample copy of of the best farm n Hitchcock's decision calls a halt
one retary
a blood purIfiers.they filter many beating stoves to Germans, we anarchists In Berlin. Title Is'a case of The Largest and Most Com.

papers4>ublished, free, If you will send I out the waste or ale now shipping them anthracite coul diamond cut diamond with a. venge on that sort of proceeding. slate Establishment South.
Impurities the blood.

your name on a postal card mentioning M they are sick or out to burn In then stoves. The superiority ance. _______ The 8k Vlacent de, Paul Benevolent CEO. S HACKER II SON
this paper. of order they fall to do of.our beating stoves being Conceded Poughkeepsie ,
'! e their work. Tbe Inhabitants of are and Charitable association of Jeraey .
It was Inevitable that! the superior fitness
TOE PLOWBOT Co., Pains, aches and rheumatism of American anthracite coal an after a schoolteacher' because they allege City has projected a memorial to I'r....

Atlanta Ga. come from excess be has heel kissing bin girl pupils dcnt McKinley 'In the form of a house }"w o
of fuel fur them must become apparent.The .
uric
acid In the
It'will be bard to KH young men too for the poor. Tbe society-Is securing MIr
blood due to neglected old world has not been exactly
kIdney trouble. Into the education business If tbelr signatures to a petition to President ,
slow to admit the superiority of our
Kidney trouble causes quick or unsteady anthracite over all other coaL That P"r CO YEARS' heart beats and makes one feel as though from them. enterprise. to the people of tbe various ,
they had heart trouble because the heart I.I has been demonstrated by many .tests. 1' k
whom
t EXPERIENCEIrlJUPJS" states from subscriptions are
over-working In pumping thick kidney- But quite' naturally Europe makes use Despite the objection to submarine a "

poisoned blood through veins and arteries.It of Its own coal supply so far as It Is torpedo (boats on account of their peril desired. tot: 1MANUFACTURERS
used to be considered that I
'( troubles were to be traced to only the kidneys urinary available. Now, buwever> that Pennsylvania they seem to IM about an safe all the The republic of Ran Marino baa, /elevated I II I I",

.. .r' but! now modern science proves that nearly \ anthracite Is becoming actually torpedo boat lewtroyer as shown by the sixteenth centennial, of Its ;'r

...,.,' '"' all constitutional diseases have their. beginning cheaper In Berlin than Welsh con the: ref-not sinking of the Itrltlsb Cobra. establishment on the heights of Mount 1
", y in kidney trouble. Del coal to gee its ex
we may expect:
Tnwe MASL'fe Tltano. above Rlmlnl. Italy. The founder OF I
"Yj'll.--( ry DESIGNS If you are sick you cart make no mistake partition Increase. Jumped oiiuTeii I'eiiny Nail. Home has left ;
by first doctoring your kidneys. The mile of Ibis mfwroncoplc! a
(fi e CoPYnGrrh.fac. and The little dauffbter of Mr. J. N. Powell Doors, Sash, Blinds,
the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's monument behind blui certainly "more ;
.% rt
'nrtme MmiHng a *lr i mid ncrtpfimmiiyit.'ltty Inverted rake made of ten
: r Jomped on an
C, ,; ,, Mi'lu itir Pi. .lil...I< u fr...e .rh hpr HDIM .. Swamp-Root the great kidney remedy la Street Him So Too, anting than bronze."
yn fI v' .b"r: .tab'' "" nn..I" ,penny nalls.and. thrust one nail entirely Me( nldmg & Building Material.
realized. It stands ,
< >, .irlatlrrnfitlfl'M-tlnl.1 Itajitl'wiokon. .'..,..w soon the highest for Its Mr*. Wederly (looking st hat In millin second half
and
through her foot a one
.. .... .
t fine. I.It"" '"f.l.nl. wonderful cures of the most distressing cases '
4.rn lin>Mr'i0Munn to. norlre er's window*-Oh. what a dear little hat! through Cbamberlalo's. Palo Balm f fllce f
way The flan Francisco teamsters'' strike ; WaioroomM King opposite
,
: /
'. ''. :....., wns.USeaar.e,Inl ee4iv and is sold on Its merits Wrdrrlr looking\ at the pike lacl- applied and five minutes '
1..tf. !tlThP 1! b4.'J'; :''In! by all druggists In fifty- Well, I should My it !..-Cblrsga News. ]later was promptly tbe pain bad disappeared and oi) IC ended. The Frlw-o mules hAve had Cannon Street.Charleston .
: .+ : .. cent and one-dollar flies. 1H a nice long rest and should be able to S. C. '
.I suffering was experienced. In
". ......, more (
You have disease
tdenmely ttlnetret.4 w.-11. "'t- a ,
H"', nf.rw'clam" "."No T.nti..fla may There Is probably no more dis- three days the child waa wearing her shoe kick the Draymen's Association of Employers -
f' .r. lour riMmUi.$U $u..a rail: newnlaiilvKi.Foley's sample bottle by mail BOOM of how e..a..a find tremlngarui annoying than pile. Tablet's an usual and with absolutely no discomfort !' across the bay If necessary. Sash Weights Cord and J
free also pamphlet telling to
you Buckeye Pile' Ointment Is dally ,
i!m &CO,38'Bread..new Ycrk. bladder during Mr. Powell! a well known merchant
If have trouble.
out kidney or
"""' you cases of e.rs' standing of Itching aDd Va. I'ain Balm I.
fI'III r lit..""""" _D.'* Kilmer of Forkl.nd, an Hardware.
Mention this paper when writing Dr. bleeding piles. The cure began on the first antlieptlo and beats such Injuries without Wltb a Sbepard .. mayor the lambs

'"' .. tt Co., Blnghamton. N. Y. application, a little perseverance makes maturation and in uoe-tltlrd the. time ot Wall street may expect to have their
Kid 1dJ. C:.;....rA the ear complete. Price,6O cents In bottles required by the usual treatment. For sale j fleece protected from the ravage of the Window and Fancy Class

,.. ...... .-1'v. :,. The AovocATBtJoes Job printing. ; lobes 73 cents. VVIUon. : Son by all druggists/ and medicine dealers. beara. A SPECIALTY. F

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Iii 4r EAST COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 29, 1901. 1r '


I JAMBS. PBITCHABD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vlce-Presldent.- -

t It EAST COAST ADVOCATE. DEGENERACY THE'PROGRESSIVE CULTURE C. S. SCntrrLER, Cashier.
CLUB

I. The recent pugilUtlo encounter HOT INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

....WBBKLV JOOmnAL DBVOTBD TO ran DTUOFMCKT between Jef cries and Ruhlm was Continues to meet each week in the
Or THB 1HDIA.' atlas, tAWOBTK .. attended number of parlors of he Indian River hotel. Tltunvllle .
by a ,
AMD BI OAr.. BAT IBOTIOK.. greater which are kindly given by Mr. J,
people than have ever witnessed a O. Bast, on Monday afternoons, for the COUNTY DEPOSITORY,

PUBLISHED KVIHTOMABJ.K :rnID4.T. similar event heretofore. Thousands meeting of the Club, In tbe hotel parlors TEA Authorized capital. $100,000
crowded the seats that rose In are placed tbe handsome sectional Paid up capital, '
-
book-cane of golden oak, which the Club $25,000
H. WALTOH, Editor at Publisher. amphitheater style, and "all were purchased some time ago. This case Average deposits, $100,000
Intent upon the two muscled giants, contains 100 fine '"oll1mell-allltandlU'd +t -
,, I DI.oontlnuanoe of a.IT.I. must be jn da personally who, well trained, fought in the works-of historic, poems,etc., that are
I at this office or bjr writing. arena for fame and gold. To read very useful to the Club' la their study of BISCUIT .---1 ,, Transacts a General Banking
literature, and are at the disposal of Its _
is carried
I Check,eta.,may be made parable to CHABJ.K* of the encounter, one members for rending and reference.
I H. WAiToit,Jlubll.hftr.'I back through history to Neronlan The Progressive Culture Club was organized k Business

days, when gladiators appeased the about a year and a half ago by
i'I I Address all ooramnnloatlon EAST COAST ADVOCATE to depraved passions of the populace ten young ladles of Tltnsvllle. Several Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
member have moved from town and -- )'
with exhibitions of blood and death.It .
TITU.VILLa.7Wa A.If Exchange bought; and Bold all
others have come Into the club, which! on Foreign
is true that mortal combat is not Countrle
j now baa a membership of twenty.At A .r
you want good: result, you will now permitted. as in the palmy daysof tbe recent election of officers, Mrs. I'.tronageappreciated.

find the ADVOOATK an excellent adver Rome ; but do not the people of Wm. M. Brown was chosen president; a k _+ r ", treatment,and every favor Prompt counUUnt service wlt&, coll
w+
: Using medium. the twentieth century show themselves Miss Daisy Brady, vice-president; Miss aKin< sou # erraUYe banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
Kate Prilchard, secretary and treasurer;
-- - !
f'' not very far removed from with Mi s Emma Wright, librarian. 'I' Seaboard National Hank of New' York
U 8. Department of Agriculture the ancient Romans, or the fierce The club member are now takjng up I wdelPerfect .:L .h'Natlonal Bask of Jackaonvllle, Fl*. std

:, ?I Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. Gauls, in their eagerness to witness the study of English literature, and' TIr.rU'SVILLE, FLA.
1'// exhibitions human cruelty? The Spencer was the subject written about
and discussed at the last meeting. Mrs ---.--=
The following tea comparative statement press despatohes say that the assembled Dr. Rollins has charge of this study and
of temperature and rainfall for the thousands were thorough arranges a program for each meeting AND SUPPLY
FUEL
l. i. week ending/ Tuesday, Nov. 20, 1001. ly disappointed and vexed, because The club also subscribes for several msg Delicious, TILE SOUTHERN COMPANY
-1001- -19000ATB. seines, and expect to add to Its. library; .
the contested
fight was so mildly Appetizing.
: MAX. MIW.BR MAX. Mllf. from time to time.
a A .20 68 81 75 by Rublin, one of the combatants, Visitors are always welcome at the Wood Coal Coke Brick: Lime Cement
\ 21 70 4(1( 82: 75 to whom, pusillanimity is charged.If weekly meetings. We are sure our citizens ,
r 22 75 67 83: 68 blood had been freely spilled feel an Interest and pride in this *
23 70 00 80 74 club, and will be glad to lend their hearty HOAR ON THE REPUBLIC.You .
and of the had been
contestants
one ,
24 71 55 I 80 74 when next the ladies
support young give Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick
beaten into the crowd ...
60 insensibility
25 74v73 80 7B8 a public entertainment, which we hope and I are Republican You andI "
36 63 85': would have howled with delight, will be at no distant date. are men of the North. Most of us are
, Total rainfall for the week 0.05 and felt that they bad received Protestants In religion. We are men of Offices foot of Hogan Street, ,Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
Dapa'turo from normal rainfall for the value for their O. S. Arnold, of Youngstown, Ills., In native birth. If Republican
f week minus .05 I adieu. money. Yeti every J. K. JUJNNERLYN"; General Manager.:
l Departure .
This thirst for deeds of crueltyis writing of Dr. Ford' Pyspepticlde/says: were to-day to In his place, a* William
from normal rainfall
: 't 1 since January 1, "My wife has taken 3 McKinley has fallen I belleTe"our --- -
I I plus 16.05 Inches.IIAL. we. fear, on the increase, and tlclde, and Is, I believe, permanent! countrymen of the other party, In spite -
I ., P. IlAnmw, Observer that depravity which stamped eter- on.'ed of Indigestion, constipation and 'of what we deem their errors,would take

t - nal infamy upon the early centuries sick headache, with which she hall been the republic and bear on the flag to liberty McMurray & Baker .
succeeding the Christian era, is troubled for twenty or more years. Mon- and glory. I believe if every Protestant ,
A CONSPICUOUS SUCCESS. ey can not estimate the good it has done were to be strlken down by a
now, after the lapse of nearly two her." B.It. Wilson & Son.FLORIDAORANGE lightning stroke, that our brethren of
4O1--A13 East Street. Jacksonville Florida.
thousand years, again +' The State Fair, which closed last the purity and sanctity of our civ the 'republic' In the spirit of a true and Headquarters for- .
Friday'waa even a greater success ilization. SITUATION. liberal freedom. I believe If every man

than had its most expected.enthusiastic'From the supporters time There is an adage that "history The demand for Florida oranges this to of die native this birth day, tbe within men our nt foreign borders birth were, Wagon Material Vehicles Harness Bicycles

is constantly repeating itself," and past week has been active and anything who bare come here to leek homes and ,
the gates opened until they closed, while we hold that such repetition desirable has been snapped I up In short liberty under the shadow of the republic, and Sundries.
there was no cessation to the crowds Is not altogether similar, still there order. The quality and color of the receipts would carry on tbe republic In God's appointed -
that poured into the big tent and Is enough of the return tide to makeit are improving daily, and this Improvement way. I believe If every man of "KELLY" ,SOLID RUBBER TIRES put'on your wheelat
should be rendered even more the North were to die, the'new and chaa-.
I, thronged the streets Jacksonville. characteristic of events that long perceptible Inreceipts; arriving In the toned South, with the virtue It has oberl short notice.
It was a good natured crowd; be- ago so fatally disturbed the moral near future on account of the recent cold l bed from the beginning,of love of home
ing made up, largely, of tbe best equanimity of the old world. nap In Florida, which has aided in colorIng and love of -Stale and love of freedom,
people throughout the State, up and sweetening the fruit. The with its courage and Its conalstaooy,
Some will cry, pessimism when range, according to sizes and quality, I la would take the country and bear It on to WATCHES CLOCKS
Some of the counties did not "
exhibit they read this, but, if so. the bur- from $2.60 to ta. O. the achievement of Its lofty destiny. ,
but a stranger would not have den of proof ia with the affirmative. Florida grape fruit Is very dull. The Tbe anarcbUtmuatslay78,000,000, Amer-

, known the difference. There was Let those who hold that prize fight result of shipping 1 in m it are fruit which, loans before he- van slay the republic. .eee.Jowelry Diamonds
J a magnificent display of tropical !is neither inhuman demoralizing though rendered fair to look upon in tbe Senator Hoar, In-renomlnatlng: Governor ,
ing nor ,
has still Crane In tbe Massachusetts
ripening rooms, remained absolutely Republican
and
} the
fruits agricultural and
to the younger generation, unfit to eat, In,that, the public- convention. Souvenir, Wedding King and Presents,
k horticultural displays ''were a surprise show irrefragable proof to that ef, that ultimate court of appeal-baa re- Waltham Watches, etc.FWEWATCH .
to even Floridians. The Fair feet, and we will gladly haul down fused to eat It any more. The retailers MRS. BOND IS DEAD.
demonstrated, fully, that Florida Is report that their customers complain of
our colors. It does not follow thata !
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the taste aod 111 not bujr.i There la a and JEWELRY REPAIRS
first-class ,
a farming State that
y ; man Is puritanical because be has moral In this which wearies one to repeat, Mrs. Frank E. Bond, wife of the well-
r I I corn, cotton, potatoes, peas, etc,. : moral convictions any more than but which Is, nevertheless unheeded by known !lumber merchant, 'died at her i A SPECIALTY.
P I can be raised, here as successfully that a man is socially depraved the men whom It most concerns. Thanksto home In Doland on Wednesday last. She 'tVatcli inspector tor Plant System, and also for Jacksonville- Southwestern R'y.

r ', as elsewhere, while in vegetable and because be'eats onions. If the vicIous this shortsighted policy the flnest had been 111 for! many week, but although Spectacles and JCyeglaea.!: Charges paid one v.ay. R. J. RILES,
I
l grapefruit: Florida In now .shipping tbe everything possible was done for
r', tropical fruits we stand in the front element is gregarious the better 225 W. Bav St., JACKSONVILLE, Ft*.
' New York market Is not selling above her by physicians_ ,_relatives,and friend,
rank of tbe Statec.Great element should be equally so, tlt.M/ the general range being from $4.00to she succumbed to her aliments, much to ----
I credit is due BlaJ. Heajy, for in unity there is strength. But $tt.50, with auction sales as low as$:i.OO. the regret of her numerous friends. Do-
the manager of the Fair, for his i from the immense crowds A few scattering lot of tangerine leased had Buffered.for a long time with Best
efforts judging have arrived and have fetched $ .OO a heart and stomach trouble. Material. Lowest Prices.
untiring to make It the
pronounced that attend these fistic encounters, trap, with aa high aa S10.00 touched by The funeral service were conductedby
' success It has proven to the majority ia not with us, but an exceptionally( fancy lot. But, of the Rev. Mr. Little of tbe Episcopal
be. If every man In Florida had that does not mean we are wrong. course, with regular receipt coming In, church, last Thursday, at Mr.\ Bond's
i f been carefully considered by the these prices will break in a flash. residence, and the remain of deceased QUICKEST SHIPMENTS.
committee For pines there wa a fair demand : were Interred at Oakdale cemetery. All
a better than
, man
, ,. MaJ. TAX CERTIFICATES. early In the week Thanksgiving:trade. business houses were closed during the
SALE
Ilealy could not have been selected. But tbat soon lulled down, and pines on business hours Judge :Minor S. 'Jones
His associates also deserve high time Thursday were a dead Issue for the nonce. adjourned Court from 12 ro S :!iO o'clock, :Bond Lumber Co. TitoSYille.
For -&I .< I ) praise for the businese-iike way In From time we have had ;ta quoted $2.50. Judge *
: which they conducted that of letters from our readers asking for For all klnda of Florida vegetables, Court attended the funeral service
part with tbe North frozen up, there Is a Mr. Bond's numerous friends sympthlzn A Trial Order Will Convince.
: the labor which fell to their lot. Information regarding old tax sale strong demand at good prices.-Fruit- with him and his family their

All Florida has occasion to rejoice, I certificates, and it may be of Interest man's Guide. < ad loss. S. O. VANLANDINGHAM, Manager. Titnavllle, Fla.

I for the success of the Fair was a to many to read the following

: "victory big enough for all." I comment on the same, clipped from THE DEATH OF MR. BUNTING. .

: It Is pleasant for us to note that the Fensacola Journal :

: I Brevard oounty secured tnree premiums "The recent ruling of State Comptroller Mr. G. T. Bunting,of St. Augustine, Citrus Trees.
;. : at the State Fair:'' For the Croom, directing assessors whose death was reported In last week's : ffiasury's Paints

I' I I best box of tangerines the best display and tax collectors' to strike from sadly ADVOCATE regretted, had his a demise.host of lrlendswho The funeral . ? ..
their books all lands for which
,. of pineapples grown !in the tax of deceased took place last! Friday afternoon

open fields, ,and the best peek of sale certificates are now held by- the a large aumber of friends as well ARE THE BEST. SOLD BY \
pecans. The Brevard exhibit was State.promises to work some surprises aa relative, following the body to its I 1,000 boxes of Citrus Fruits-34 varieties -

in charge of Mr.-C. T, McCarty, of among a large number of last resting and place.Oddfellow Deceased, and members waa a Freemason of -win be marketed from our orchards GERGE F. I=>>. .A.DDISC: : .

+! Ankona, who is, naturally, quite property holders, but at the same these fraternities acted as pall-bearers. and nurseries this season. An excellent -
THE
pleased at the results obtained from time to also have the effect of Tbe late Mr. Bunting was a native of chance for prospective orange growersto LUMBERMAN.

the painstaking zeal he showed In straightening out some very defec- Virginia, but moved to Wilmington test fruit and elect varieties. EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.
Delaware, early In life where he engaged
tive titles.
collecting so excellent an exhibitfor In business All prominent sub-tropical fruit trees.
he
Twenty-five ;years ago
this county. "There are hundreds of peoplewboown went to St. Augustine for tbe benefit of Roaes and ornamentals itock. H. A. HODGES.
and have been paying taxes his health.' He leaves a wife and nephewIn free

HONOR to whom honor Is due" is upon property which at some pre St. Augustine, and several relative In Glen Manufacturer of

an old, but well known English vious into date the-probably before of the com those Virginia.of our Mr.great Bunting'George ancestor Washington*-like St. Mary Nurseries, ...CSP> .ess and Yellow Pine Lumber...
and ing possession present .
motto, the DeLand Record came from England. lie was a descendant
o voices the sentiments of the ADVOcaTE owner-had been sold for taxes, of the English family of Bunting, G. L. Taber, Prop. i ROUGII AND DRESSED. Orange Box Head, Fruit and Vegetable Cr t*..
when it refers the State having purchased the after whom a former King of England Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building I in
to our highly property and having held the tax named the material used In the manufacture GLEN ST. MARY, FLA. aLY part cf Florida, would do well to write for prices. The sow mills are locatedat
respected townsman, Circuit Judge of flags, and to which we referredat Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J.. T. K.W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any
Minor S, Jones, as follows : "There sale certificate ever since. These length In a former issue of the pink part of the East Coast. Address: H. A. HODGES,Buffalo Bluff, Jia
never certificates until recently, were paper. ,
was a more popular Judge
presiding for the Seventh Judicial held by'the State, at Tallahassee, The business of the deceased will be
Circuit but a fate law by the Legislature continued by Mrs. Bunting; and It will Orange Lemon ESTABLISHED 1870. .
than Jones and be
Judge be managed by her nephew, Mr,George ,
gives general satisfaction to the provided for the return of the certificates Somera.

people ; and as their Judge he has to the respective counties M.' Lane
the confidence of the people. Few in which the land is located, and A Sad Horn Jourocy. & Son

of his decisions have been turned the certificates are now in the office Grapefruit ,
.
Referring: to the late Mrs. Barnes, formerly
down the of the county clerk. Considerable '
by Supreme Court compliment is being received for these of Melbourne, the Arizona Republican Kumquats. \VASniXGTON STREET, NEW YORK. .
of which money
any Judge may of Nov. lSth.ays: "Not long ago ,
be proud. And Judge Jones is not back taxes, and'a good many peo- 'Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Barnes and two
long In arriving at a decision. lie ple are getting clear titles where children and Mrs. Barnes' mother, all Fine, heavy, stock; one and twoyearold Southern Fruit
is careful but It none existed before. from Covington, Ky., came here from buds and graft;on sour orange,lem- and Produce
prompt. was
"A great people will, of California, after having:apent couple of on and trifollata Ttock. A full line of
only last week when we publisheda many traveling for the benefit of Mrs.
i:' very nice compliment paid Mr. J, course, be surprised and Indignantupon fktrnee' health But Phoenix proved to decldlous fruit trees, ornamentals, etc. I
F Woolen, Brevard'a popular tax receiving those notices-and, be tbe end of their travels for that par Send for news catalogue and price list, Commissios: tMIsJohaD.ts.
in many cases, with just cause pose, aa Mrs. Barnes died yesterday at giving full particulars for selecting varieties
from Mr. W. SPECIALTIES
assessor C. Croom, their room six miles In the : ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT Cards and our r
but neither the State comptrollernor country.The and planting, cultivating, etc.. Stencil, I
of tbe State of Florida
comptroller ; party will leave to-night for Coving- ,
and it again gives us great pleasure the county officers can bo held ton, where the remains of Mrs. Barnes Ocklawaha Nurseries, quotation furnished on application.
responsible for this, as they are will be Interred." ---- ,
to publish what ina - - =
a -
{ contemporary O.. W. CONNER, Prop. -- - - - ---- I I I.,
their in the
sister county says. respecting the simply doing duty I.I
high standing of our Circuit Judge. premise., and if clear titles are to ::: '- Deed blank sold at tbl office. TANGERINE, FLORIDA. Consign Us Your... r I

be the result, they are deserving of --
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Long may he live to hold the honored -- ---- - ----- -- -- --- --
he thanks, rather than censure."
position now occupies.

t Goo. A. Points, Upper-Sandiuky. 0., WORJVISjiatle! i CREAM GEI! Fruits and Produce. I
WOMAN suffrage is said to bejt writes : "[ haft been using Foley'a ; ,I
I making more progress in England Hooey and Tar.for hoaneneaa and find It Boet I.Qualltp. t.

I than America. It is claimed that the best rough remedy Immediately I ever tried.and relieved It stoppedthe all For 20 Years IJas Led cH; Worm> Remedies. ( REMITANCE3 DAY OF SALE. ;1 Itr
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they will soon be in the majority aZLVCa6XB'I': : : : .. .
as Ox: : x D: ALL: :
Take but
oreneas. none Foley' B. K.
I: on tbe London Board of Aldermen.I Wilson & Son. ;r n....Jt'7--.. JAM55 F. BALLARD St. Louis.'j FRITH & CO. e Nashville, Tenn. ; ,4;

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 29, 1901. 6

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GEORGE MARX. JOHN MARX. OO TO ;
Dr. E. H. ARMSTRONG Eden. .


,, George E. Coon Is & frequent and wel. .A..JIEi: JB:8: <:>8., G. T. BUNTING'SCharlotte


come visitor In Eden. Wholesale Dealers ,In North of Plaza .
Street. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,
Mr. and :Mrs. A. D. Merwln returned
1 6''
FRUIT AND PRODUCE. -FOK YOUR '
home, :Sunday: evening. GROCERIES ..

Miss Kate Frink has been very 111 with :

a severe cold for more than a week. :
Furniture Mattresses Pillows
"
Corner West Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I :
Will Luce, of Ttbbals was the guest of ::1

;. Mrs.evening.N. Saunders at dinner, last Sunday ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT'HOUSES IN THE CITY

PICTURE FRAMES MOULDINGS, -1
Mrs. Oeo. W. Scoble. of Titusville, arrived -

EYE SPECIALIST. on Sunday evening to spend the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Bating Potatoes and Cow Peas; Era.o: to.. 7 irl.d.o""VV": : Shades J:

Thanksgiving (and Christmas) holidays. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of nay, Grain and Feed. We want I

1235 W Bay street, Jacksonville, Fla. Capt. John Saunders and son, William, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. AND FANCY CABINET WARE. 1! I )'

e -- came home from Fort Pierce, Saturday MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.

West Palm Beach. evening, to spend Sunday with their mr: We only Sell to Dealers. N. Undertaking Department entirely separate. t

families. _'h -- -- ..____ H_ ____4 ,
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We bear that the shell road Is surely :
The Lake Worth band secured the ballroom coming. It has made Its way slowly and Fort Pierce. I Eau Gallie. Georgiana. JCKAI ESTATE FOR SALT:. : J JAlii

I in the Royal Polociana hotel and surely to the Episcopal church, and is

( gave a dance Thanksgiving night. It still coming south. Administrators of the Estate of

I was largely attended, and an' enjoyable W. F: Richards who Is visiting friends Remember the,. DvocATB when you G. F. Poddlson's lighter Is now ready Messrs. Provost and Bogget William Trent lor, decellledVe offer at

| evening, as all their entertainments are. In New York writes In the best of spirits need.a good, newsy paper. for business. sengers to Cocoa and return on Monday. I private sale the following\ described Real

John S.Clark and family, of Pittsburg, and is enjoying his stay so well that he Harry Jennings and family was In Mr. and Mrs. Lockie, of Toronto, Can., Guy Simmons came Wednesday of last Estate, belonging to said Estate:

I will occupy tbelr new Palm Beach house may remain until after the holidays. town this week, buying XMas good. are guests at the Grenada hotel. week. The olhermembers of the family No. 1. Sold
No. 2. All of Si of NKJ Section 21
,
this winter. This residence Is within ,
the grounds of "Rlndrera the winter Mrs E. A. Ireland who has been visit Sheriff Brown came down from Titus- The usual Christmas tree for the school expect to come a little later on. Township :27 South, Range 37 Rant, covered -

home of Mr. Clark's mother, Mrs. C. J. ing In Nashville\ for the past two months, vllle on Monday night, and carried oft children will be held on Xmas eve There was alight frost In spots In this with water lying/ In said Eau Uallle\

IClaik. will prolong her stay, on account of the Messrs. 'V. Bass, John Wynn, B. I/owry, E. S. Randall's launch, Helens] again section, Monday morning: of last week, River and Eau. Gallie\ Bay, containing

Illness of her sister, Mrs. Sanford Dun- and A. Edge, as jurymen for the Circuit In the waters of the Eau Gallie river. doing but little damage. It nipped a few about !IO acres more or less .
C. N. Newcomb and family, of Daven- Court. bean leaves for some of the truckers. No. 3. Sold.

port, Iowa, are at home at Riviera cot can.The first The entertainment at the School-house Dr. Hazlewood took a run to Tl'bals a. No. 4. That poVtlon of SW> ', Section '
club held the meetingof
Card F. W. Munson and H. K. Hughes have
tage. This is Mrs. Newcomb's first visit at Eden on Saturday night/ for the purpose of on the yawl Irene, Wednesday last Township 27 South, Range at East, '
the season, Saturday evening, been busy for several days getting the .
bere, but her expressions: of the locationand raising money to paint the Episcopal commencing at a point 370) feet West from ;
climate of the and If there had been any prizes Mrs. J. Major and Mrs. Clark, of Grand Rapids, parsonage in /good order before the arrival -
are pleasantest. We church, was a success In every particular. Northeast post on yf Section \line
them II. LeTourneau would have received the Mloh., are In Eau Gnllle for the winter. of Capt. :Symmouds: and family, who corny
I welcome to midst.A .
our Promptly at eight o'clock the curtain aforesaid amT 00 feet South of said >

party of delightful/ people are at the booby. went up and disclosed a brilliant Miss Gertrude :Mime! Is the /guest of have rented It for the winter. Section line for a stattlng point, thence

Palms for a few days, coming from Montana Oeo. E Andrews, of West Palm Beach, scene. Mrs. Goodwin, seated at the Miss A. Florence Hodgson, of Plnewood The la grippe sufferers are all on the run South 42 feet, thence East IOn feet,

I and Colorado. This popular hos- and Ankona, stepped off the southbound pianoforte, was the very personification, Lodge. road to recovery. It got among tho pupils thence Smith 4M! foot, thence West to

telry Is already filling up, arid the season train, Sunday evening long enough to of England's great songstress, Madam E. S. Randall arrived at Eau Gallic\ and three or four took sore eyes so Section line, thence North 528 ft, thence I
promises to be a very prosperous one for greet many friend who are always gladto Patti, In .a rich costume of pale green! Friday last and Is a at the Indian on Miss Thayer thought best to dismiss the Kant 717 feet, more or less, ton. point 100 >
I Mine Host Stowers, and his able assistant see him. green silk, with black net overdress (en River Inn. guest school until next Monday. All are about feet Went of Southwest corner of plat of ;

I Mrs. Stowers.N. Mr. and JIIr C. A. Robinson returned, train). :She: made a charming picture well now. Hnrno, thence South 1*>0 foot, thence "
l. under the light of many Japanese Ian- Dr. Hazlewood reports the genera! East 750 feet to West side of F. E.: C. I
C. Upp has leased the house on the Sunday evening, after a week's O. Williams pleasureIn terns. 1'rof. Goodwin sang to the piano- state of the public health in Eau Gallie, Hisses! Myrtle Baldwin and Mary Wit. Railway! right,of-Wny, thence North on '
Mrs. F. of
Jacksonville feld Cocoa lust
I corner of Olive street and Clematis avenI homo forte' accompaniment, "Creole Sue," as above the average. went to Thursday West side of F. K.: O. Hallway ri lit-of-
I ue, lately sold to 0. G. Strohm. On Do. accompanied them, but returned which was loudly encored and respondedto week, to meet their friends. Miss Mary Will 00 feet, thouoo East to point of beginning -
C B. Merrill\ the Newel and the Misses Bond and tbclrbrotller'
of In Kansas
on Wednesday Tropic,
I cember 1st Mr. will
Upp open a restaurant with a song, entitled, "Behind tho excepting railroad right-of-way/
I and proposes to run It on first-clans Geo.W.Sooble, of TItusvllle, was shak- Times." After the lapse of a few minutes City, 'II"sln Elm Gallie on Wednesday children. Miss Newel Bond at through said 1 land. Containing .about :23 ,

principals, thereby supplying a long felt ing hands with Eden friends, on Mon- Mrs. Bachus, the charming young lastdoing business. Mr. Lymau's, and the Misses arc of acres Including the County road. This
settled In the nice little
I necessity. day, and vainly endeavoring to place the actress and star of the evening, appeared Dr. Lansing Is pushing on his Irrigating cosily cottage tract lias a young grove of I\Otlor COO 1
Mrs
Dr. N. 8 Burnham has moved his office responsibility\ for a two-dollar carto.>n. In costume, and sang the character plant, and making further Improve- Taylor's.Arrangements trees on It, and nn artesian well, etc

I from the Whilldln cottage 'to the We'll never tell. song' "Just Like You," and responded ments to his cottages. / are being made, fur a I No.0.! Begin At Southeast corner of f

I Oruber block,.where he will have added Mrs.\ George Saeger, of Ankona, Invi- to the encore in "the variety sketch of Mr. and Mrs. Sumpter, of Pineda, are Christmas. tree In the church, ChiUtmus lot now, or formerly, owned by J. L. liaritHon .!
1 facilities for at Tib- "Black and White. "The Honeysuckleand Eve The program promises unusually thenoe- run Houth aprons Elbow
a general practice. After ted her friends to the club-house In charge of 101 I'll. Harbour's orange grove.
December lat, Mrs. N. S. Burnham will bals, last Thursday afternoon, to a guess- the Bee! was rendered to perfectionby on the Eau Gallie river. I Interesting entertainment; and when meek to North boundary of land belonging \
Mr. and Mr!!. Bachus, who were c\ll- our people undertake anything of that n
.
be at home to her friends In the Nilson ing match. There was much guessing to Win. Tietitler, thence East along 1
I house between the Potter residence and beforehand, to try to determine the formof ed again to the stage/ and delighted the Tho yawl, Irene, Capt. Waters, of Tib- kind they always make a nodded suaooss (yj Section \line which Is the North bound

Pelican lodge, on, south shore of Lake the entertainment, (and If any one audience with a selection on the banjo bale, owner, Is on Hodgson's ways, being of It. Everybody Is. cordially invited to ary of Win. 'frllllUor'llland to North bank

I Worth. doubts the good form ask J. II. Lel'ourneau and guitar. "The Whistling Coon" was overhauled and painted this week. come, and bring as many presents for of Elbow crook, thence West nlong bankof I', I
rldlcuoiisly funny, and was thoroughly their friends and put thorn on the tree. ns .
card said erotic to mint of beginning beingIn
a Mrs. ( ,
Capt. A. J. Canova has returned In ). The guests were given Next Instrumental music S. E. Harbour Is painting and collection will bo takento
which pasted a number of pictures enjoyed. was they ohooHU A :Section Towrmhlp:! 27 South, flange;
safety from away down the coast of upon was advertisements, andweie Mrs Hartstone presiding at the piano, renovating Walden cottage, her Eau, buy nuts and candles for the little 37 Euat. 1'hllll'In.111I' covered "ltb'the

Maine, with ,his double-docked steam- ,allowed representing five minutes to write the and Mrs. Hoy lance at the violin. "The Gallie Inr hand.residence E. Splller has the work folks, so that all may share equally alike. waters of the oruek. "
boat, Palm Boaoh. It has ample accommodations Piccaninny Coon" was quite the hit of "
answers. It was lots of fun. Miss No. 0. Part of sub-division of Lot 21, '
for a large number of people, proper Maggie Dllllnger won the first prise for the evening, and was personated by Mr. and Mrs. Atnesworth and granddaughter To-day take Foloy's Honey and Tar It UniiHtoii'H addltluu to Eau Gallic, corner ',," I
and under the able Master Bnclius. The minstrel of
Captain's management ladles, and J. Howard LeTourteau the part ,, Han let, from Grand Rapids, positively prevents pnmim ula, III' oilier nt lliniHtoii si rent and street through the,
there will be no danger of ship the entertainment was success from
a
]]loll., are cosily,settled In the Aineu-
first prize for gentlemen. Mrs. Luce serious results from colds. H may' l 1..1 too Uoei-cli' addition, fronting 105 filet on (
wreck. We predict for Canova 3T De- beginning to end and A. Ford took the worth cottage for the winter
drew the green booby. late to-morrow B. It. Wilson A; Son. lniiHion) ii rleL.
Berry, a successful season. i part to peifectlnn. There were two I
more amusing features-the elephant An entertainment In aid of the organ No. 7. Commence about chains tin "

Your correspondent Is gratified to announce RECmfMENDS IT TO TRAINMEN1. and the monkey. The' monkey was certainly fund of /St.:: Johns church Is being oigan- Indianola. 'links. Went from Northeast corner of

that Henry J. Anthony Is on the -G. II. Hansan, Lima O.rengtneer L. E.. the missing link, and was the very Ized. Anything taken In hand by the Section 20, on Suction! line between Sections .

road to recovery. Ills extremely low & W. K'y., writes: "I have been troubleda acme of skill In assuming the motions ladles of Eau Gallie Is a sure success :, 17 and 20, run WeetOchalns 111: links ""
condition, however, requires vigilant backache. I was Induced and of the and thence South 10 chains 54 links. thence
nursing and heroic treatment and it will great deal with gestures monkey, was Rev1. B. F. Brown conducted servicesIn A pleasant surprise ''party was given/ (
South(10 degree DO seconds East 3 chains
be days before be will be to try Foley's Kidney Cure, and one one more evidence of Mrs. Bachus' talent St. Johns Episcopal church on Sunday Miss Kraukle Grubor, at the home of A. ,
many even convalescent
to Eau. Gallie\ River thence follow the
bottle relieved me. I gladly as a high class artist. The cake
; yet his family feel assured of entirely last, both morning and evening! The S. Humphry, last Thursday evening. hive
shore of Eau Gallie In
recommend It especially my walk by little Edith Tyler and the mon- an Easterly "
his ultimate for which his legion to anyone, Doctor was the guest of Mrs. Gilbert The occasion being Miss Frankie's birth-
recovery, friends among the trainmen, who ate' us- key was all that could be desired, and during his stay In Eau Gallie. direction to a point duo Mouth from plaoe :
of friends
are very grateful. ually similarly afflicted. Wilson A; Son. was enthusiastically encored. Little Miss eay.Mrs. of beginning, thence north to point of I

The city marker has moved In the Jef- Edith looked beautiful In a lovely costume The sailboats, Alice and Lizzie, carried Geo. III1I and son, Dr. Charles beginning, containing IJ acres, more or

fersou block, which is fitted pp hand of pale pink and white doe; she a jolly party over to the ocean beach on Hill, are settled In their beautiful winter Iqxs. and known ns the Kitchell plane

somely with oak furnishings, marble White City.Our also sang "I can't tell why I love you" Thursday lasU Among those on board home, having. reached here Sunday after No. 8. NEST of faction 28, Township J I

counters and an extensive meat and game very sweetly. were: Mrs. Can el.t, Mrs. Dr. Clark, Mrs. noon. The rest of( the family will come 27 South, Range :ill East, containing: 100 ,

refrigerator, with the latest and best After the play, while refreshmentswere Stloknuy, Mrs Gilbert, Miss A. Florence later In the season. acres, less railroad. right-of-way.' I
methods of preserving meat and club expects to have a frolic at being served, the orchestra, consisting Hodgson, Miss Gertrude Mime, Miss ",
game. The work of general cleaning up and No. 0. N W>(of Beet Ion 2S, Township I
Under T. A. Feaater's able managementthe Xmas time, for members, only. ._ of Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. Bahney, Eliza Stlekney, Miss Bessie Hodgson cutting down of weeds, was to have extended 27 South, Range 87 East, containing 100

market has grown from a village We had quite a shower last Saturday Mrs. Bachus; and Messrs. HoiTnagle, and several gentlemen to the church lot, lust' Saturday, acres, less railroad right-of-way.

patronage to one that would do credit to evening, which was much needed by the Koylance, Bachus and Deyman discoursed Two large launches from New York when the men were Invited to bring their No. 10. 4'1: 00-100 acre., less railroad ;i.

any city in the South. truckers. enchanting muslo from the stage. arrived In Eau Gallie, on Tuesday last. hoes, and the ladles were to furnish the rlfflit-of-wav, being part of Lot 1 and of '

A movement Is on foot to establish an farmers have shipped The members of the Episcopal church The Rainbow, Capt. Nero Footman, and cake. The cake was ready, but "the NEyqof) NW#, /Section' 5. Township 27 '
of
Some our thank who
wish to sincerely those so
electric light plant here. Negotiations which will\ doubt bring a the Rover, Capt. .Wm. Holding In command man with the hoe" failed to appear, and South, Range U7 East. known. J. L. >
no talentand
kindly assisted In time
moneyto
peppers with W. M. Scott there neither 'a
They
are pending with an Atlanta as pilot. as a consequence was Stewart place .
company,
who will shortly be the to de- good price.Altbougb. make the entertainment a success; report a rough time at some of the Inlets "hoe down' or "cake walk." I H
on grounds
aloes and will long be gratefully remembered;; No 11. 1,0tll17 and 18, block, Town
termine the best Is crops' are growing on the way /South.:: The boats were puton
locations It
etc. rumored )I
for their kindness. The proceeds amounted Some two or three years ago, Mr. ,of Eau hallie nL-M
that Joe Jefferson Is back of beans are in bloom and Irish potatoesare Hodgson's ways for some slight repairs -
Mr. to $75.00.Adolph Thomas Sanders made a very generous No. 13. Lot 1. block 4, Town of Eau ; m3Gallie.
It. If so, we shall not grope In the darkness looking fine. ; then proceeded to points south. gift of several acres of ground to Indian Quit clam deed for this only- :-- :

much longer, as. the Indefatigable Some of our young people were very Bluner of Grand Mound la., ola for a cemetery. It Is situated on the held under Tax Title J, l5.

Jefferson demonstrates Shakespeare'slogic much disappointed Saturday evening. writes : "I have used Foley's Honey, and Food Changed to I'oUoii. county road, one mile north of the For prices and terms address, i' :f
I. e. "Stand not on the order of doIng Pierceto been fenced In
/but do at once. They had Intended going to Fort ,Tar In,my family and think It Is the best Putrefying food In the Intestines produces church. One acre has F, A. MORGAN W. H. JONES, "', ,t
attend the entertainment, but could with. neat wire fence, platted out In I
t
cough cure on the market. I would not effects like those of arsenic but '
As Administrators of the Estate of Wm.
Capt. E. N. Dlmlck: has rented his new not on account of the rain., be without It In my home, as there is Dr. King's New Life Pills expel the lots and some of the lots begin to look Treutler deceased..
,
house north of the Palm Beach hotel to for and very well under the care of their owners
colds.
Quite a number of 'the old residents nothing so good coughs poisons from clogged bowels gently,
and the whole has bad Its annnsl TItusvllle Florida. '
Orlando Powers, of Decatur Ill., for the gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. B. R. Wilson & Son. easily but surely, curing constipation place I..
fall under the of the sex
winter season. Capt. and Mrs. Dlmlok P. Christensen, last Friday evening, In biliousness, sick: headache, fevers, all cleaning, care
will luxurate: on Uypolnxo: Island, In the honor of their son-in-law, John Oleson, liver kidney and bowel troubles. Only ton. Other towns round about might Notice for Publication.
after Indianola In this
meantime, giving close attention to a who was here from Chicago. Mr. Oleson Lotus. 25cts at B. U. Wilson A; Son'. pattern respect. -

young orange grove and truck farm. left, the first of tbe week, for Jacksonville CIRCUIT COURT IN AND FOR HRS-
The genial Captain and his wife extend: where he expects: to engage In Clyde Steamship. Line. IN 1'anl' County, (riorlol I
the same hospitality for which they are T. O. Ronald I Is off on a hunting tripon la Cbsoowy.Bdwsril .

noted-to their friends who will sail down business.Mr. the St. Johns. Courtenay. Tickets and reservations via the Clyde : Baugh I

to their island home.' Gannon and Mr. Dedrloh, who Weather continues cold and dry; vegetables -. Steamship Line can be secured of Chas.H. William T. Avers.J) ) '
came here from Detroit, :Mloha few 1"IrtnM'| | I>T the III of Complaint Mhlb.lt \\1 J
John W. Bell and family, of Hudson, weeks ago, are well pleased with out settlement suffering for rain. Mr. and Mrs. Grant visited In town, Walton, at the ADVOOATB office TItusvllle. :X. Y. are the returning winter and the _plalolln. thl'the among and climate, and are clearing A few beans are being shipped, Sunday. I Avers I. 0".1011101 l or the StaW of Florida
visitors, they are domiciled In the C. C. land on which to garden this winter. those who have them are all smiles. sad nalii. to will In Psrsgonfd Arkan '''. 1
llalgbt residence near Bethesdabytbesea. Mr. Dedrlch talks of building very soon, )f. S. Sams was In TItusvllle Friday Now you,tlw.aid William T. Avers, b. amiappear
This happy family were occupantsof friends to The cold wave came too near to be and Saturday. I South Rockledge. mfure the Judas, of our Court, In 1'llua.vilw .
and Mr. Gansen expects some ,
comfortable but truck escaped with ,JTIorlila. upon,, tint
the Robert bungalow last winter, taking -
come from Detroit and settle here. little injury. : Our department store Is preparing for ant DAT OF JANUARY A. P. IMI! ,
In all the of Palm Beach
pleasures Mr. Orrel won the watch at the raffle a big Xmas trade Miss May Hartwell was calling on toanuwtr nalil. Mil or complaint, or a doer**
bicycle
including canoe and cat-boat sailing, Quite a number wentto Brantley,SOD. IM amioiMbplaliianl
cnMrra
pro.mfe.ssowill .lIa'n.1I
: friends the first of the week. you
and tricycle riding, and a frequentride last Saturday night., When there was day and report a pleasant time taking ; Dr. J. A. Savignao/ of Ottawa, Can., will be allowed to iir oee4 ea.part. 9
two tickets left--one owned by each was In town Tuesday.Mr. with bU mild oaua*. ,
In their automobile< with their pet only launch rides. We are pleased to hear that the childof .
Mr. e It l I. luith ordered hat this notlna b. pub.Ilnliml
and Mr. A. Chrlstensen r ,
'log\ -a prominent feature on all occas ]Mr.\ Orrel Dr. Hecht, who has been sick, Is ,
very .
Cronord of Montreal Cen. Is
\ sojourning In the Liar Co.&OV'IfJ.TA, a> news.psp.r -
Mr. Tltnsvllle
ions. Orrel offered to buy sell.for 2.: J. M. Field went to Monday .
the Tiffin bouse. slowly recovering. pulrilahwl In al l aunty once week for
at
Christensen sold his chance, which resulted as a juror, but was excused on account four Of"IIIIIIII". ........ ,
In Mr\ Orrel drawing the watch of having the grippe.F. J. D. Sams, who Is carrying the maIl Major Magruder/ Is setting a part of tils Wit,., the Honorable Minor 5.Jones, Judge J
To cure a cough stop coughing as it the $2 In new trees. He also of sold court,ant th. Mai of nalil. court, .l the
Irritates the longs, and gives them no and 1\11'.Christensen getting or a W. Capron shipped a few boxes of this week, does the job finely. orange bought a grove horse from bis son, Bailey, last Court; house, In Tltu.TtU. tills lath day of oveinlwr .tI.':,
.
sack of .
>
corn. A. I ItfOI.l
chance to heal. Foley' Honey and Tar oranges, this week. Ills fruit Is well Robt. and Dick LaRocbe are remodeling week. *+al.J A. A. flTJW.A: nT.
cures without causing a strain In throwing colored and should demand a good price. Mrs. Blairs house, at Merrltt. Clerk or tbe Clraull Court
off the phlegm like common cough FOR HOARSENESS.-BenJ. Ingerson, Mr. Breeze did a very acceptable pieceof Ry O. A, $i. Clitrlc.F. '.'
C. P. Provost has sold to C.T.Walker One-half the beans withstood the late Cumplalnant.Notice ,
expectorants.. B. R. Wilson & Son. of Hutton, Ind., says he had not spoken work, last Monday, by mowing our J..W&8IJIWUtlltor for
a word above a whisper for months, and what Is known as the Almond lot, In frost, and are selling for fancy; prices. much neglected road from C. B. Magrud H
of Honey and Tar restored Lotus. Mr. Walker has begun to Improve down AverlH's. of Manter' Hale.
one bottle Foley's Some tangerine oranges shipped. from ers tJ Mr f fUNDZR \

Stuart. his voice. Be sure to get' Foley's.B. In different ways. here, sold In New York for flu per box. Misses Bessie and Elsie Smith and -
R. Wilson & Son. J. N. Chalker, came near being the J
Master Clarence Smith arrived here AND .V' VIRTUE or A DECREE
Geo. Wallace aed Joe Field were Intown ,...,.... (
victim of aseilrtus accident recently. He oilIn i and nut Imunil out of theClreullCourtlnaadfor
the other day driving Joe's Saturday; Mrs. II. J. Smith stopped ; limvanl Countr, ,
Thanks- young .
Stanley Kltcblng Is spending was loading his gun: of the Winchester
Hardeeville.Miss Jacksonville\ for a few days. Florida" umrlny d.ate auth luy of Mf>t'lIlb..r. '
giving week In Sebastian.Oeo. type, and the shrll exploded: before It pony iwif, In a oaiiM heroin (.wading' wharolu. Mark
and Julia Taylorwere entered tbe barrel burning Mr. Cbalkes John Field\ and Phil Schayler, of Miss May and Joe Paxton, jr., and K. Bulkier le complainant and Anna K, IIlbb.!l < '
W. Park Miss
Miss Annie Gideon Instruction cud alias F.Unite are IIdllodanl. 1 wllll, Mil In
with in the face and breast. are taking -
powder lodianola rode their steeds to town
married in Jacksonville, on Wednesday Grace Nichols Is spending a few from Miss Myra Williams Instead of front of the coo,. house,al TUturllle, I'.rloa..
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the.20thr with Misses Bertha and Willie, King. Sunday. on the '
days low's This. attending the Cocoa school. )(11111'Vllllallla riR"r MONDAY: IN JAXUAHWbeing

T. A. Snider and wife have arrived, The Jamaica sorrel raised In this. vicinity Prof. Weatherbee, of Massachusetts \ could have a large class. If she the 6th day of January A. n. l''J' tlar- 3!i :
and have started on a cruise in their much Injured bj frost. We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor a guest at the W ha ley hotel. In Promise wished lug the Iwcal hoiire of sale. to tbe hlltbat amium '
house-boat has been very case. of Catarrh that cannot be Hammock. lildilnr' for c..h, all lh. ......'....| the Buckeye. any ---- ,
been Visitor mentioned In aM tutoree of fomnloMiire' to-wlt: '
Mrs. Jerome Feaster has a cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure.F. ------- He Kept III* J.elf.. Late I end tin block tt of the town of ,
C. W. Corbett has Joined the ranks of aLber father's home for several day*. J. ('HEsey: : & Co., Props.. Toledo, O. TIiouHnnd Merit Into JlxIIe.Kv I booms. Florida.. a. per plan, on tile In Ibe "" M"1.: ,1. '
the pink subscribers. Mr. Cor- oflloe. of Jlrevard CountFlnrlili "' '
J.
paper few W. tbe undersigned, have known F. J. Twelve years ago W. Holllvan, of *
belt Is the owner of one of the finest Mrs. J. P. Sawtelle is spending a .. large number of Hartford Conn. scratched his with M. .,ICIIJM\flTIt. ';
and log
with friends at Dsytona. Cheney for the last 13 years, believe ry year a poor HimlaJ M4...u>r In f.h"r: )'.
I'lneapfple plantations on the St. Lucie days him perfectly honorable In all business. sufferers whose longs are sore and racked fusty wire. Inflammation and blood A.I>. PENNEY Hollcltor for Complainant' \
Iver-the Silk Oak pinery. Mr. and Mrs. ,V'. B. Ord and their lit transactions! aDd financially able to carryout with coughs are urged to go to another poisoning get In. For two years be suffered :. I'

tle daughter. Florence, wiiobav. bern In an? obligations made by their firm. climate. But this Is. costly and not sl- Intensely. Then the best doctors -''We want to draw the attention uf I

Won't Yet Them Surfer. Canada for the past month, were guests West it; Truax. Wholesale DruKglaU, Toledo ways sure. Don't be an exile when Dr. urged amputation, "but," he writes "I our numerous readers<<,, along the Ease ;, ij

Often with itrh- of Mr. arid Mrs. :Sawtelle a few days, on O. Watting, Kinnan &; Marvin, King' New Discovery for Consumption used one bottle of Electric Bitters and If Coast, aid thrnngbont the state In general J\\
children are tortured home at Danla Fla. bom It's tbe Infallible taxes of Ducllle,,'. mica Salve and m" to the the live and
skin their way to their Wholesale> ., Toledo, O. will eure you at *. most ,. advts. of energetlo *
diseases ng and burning eczema and other ..r Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, medicine toreoogbs, coMs. and all leg was sound and well a. ever." For business men who are bidding fora

teals the but BuckleD'arolca Inflammation Salve W. J. Shively, Bat rvllle, 0., speaking acting directly upon the blood and mu- throat and lung disease on earth. The eruptions, eczema, tester, salt rheum, share of your patronage In the columns ,'
leave raw sores expels: of Banner Salve, says: "I used t It for BOHS surfaces of the system. I'rlce, 75c. first dose brings relief. Astonndlngcore lIOns and all blood disorders Klmjtrle Bit- of the ADVOOATK.: It you are In newt

: the able without a scar. Clean piles and It has done me more good than per bottle. Sold by all drulflfl .. Testimonials resale from persistent n_. Trial bottles tore has no rival on eft r ill. Try thorn.It. of any particular line of good, the pick
vagrant, cheap there's no solve on earth slva, I have ever used and I have free. Hairs Family Pills are free at B. R. Wilson *: HOD'S. Price SOd sand It. Wilson A: Hon will guarantee satls- I paper will tell yon the best place, to buy
M good.: Try It. Cure guaranteed. Only any bottle faction' refund OOots. Bead tie ad..
kinds. Wilson; Hon. the best. f 1. Every guaranteed. or money. Only .hem. .
-Sett; at B..,R. Wilson fc Son's.n't4l.Ybf.Y. tried a great many 1I








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that? U exceedingly: narrow 'ne nrst

I rn thing that will come to your mind as The Seaboard Air Line Rail J
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nal.end..eat yon RO upon the road la that It U an exceedingly :

have no.edict,osharna 1i Z' narrow road and on. each
are..dwhb side Is a deep ditch. We could endure
HM*
Eureka ,/., .
._
iieM (MI. ll \ the narrow road-wIde roads are not VESTIBULED
.alit the dump. In most of the state Capital City Route
necessary )parts
{ k"p.h.I..lb.
.cr suit. and pl.hie. /*(/ where there Is simply carriage travel- 4 LIT! v .,

do not Sttich break ff but this road has ditches of such depth a.e i The Shortest Route.

:No rough Mir> \ \ and its shoulder are so square that by

.tees ndcut.to chafe lbhurnrtjti going a foot or two to either side the f t .so TRAILS .

not \ \, \ 1 ti' wagon wheel will be off In the ditch Hy el The Best Line:
only kcpiooklaglik* 4 and you run considerable rink. of being V DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE

new. but \ tipped over. 1 have traveled over that h Double Dally Service-Including Sundays to .

aaloeR ware twlc hylhi r rood considerably since. It was mode ry1o&1/ SAVANNAH COLUMBIA. CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES RICHMOND
j IIMa1 :Uwk. and I know that when two carriage '
II.rne.Od.r AI BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK
WASHINGTON
meet It la a difficult.matter for them to ,
I\ pass without their being disturbed In WITH THROUGH PULMAN SLEEPER.

. their position and It a carriage meetsA Only line operating dally through Pullman Car Service Jacksonville to New Or1eana,

r Sold 1 loaded team It la Impossible for the For further Information write...
i f Inugw6eren. loaded team to turn out without risking
\ As Gen. Pass. Agt. Jacksonville
t.
O. MAcDONELL
..... A. Florid.
Ma* bySUndant t tipping over. It cannot do It on, account ,J. M. BARB K. E. L. BUNCH,
' 011Com.ny \ \ of the shape of the road. If two I. V. P. A G. ;M., Gen. Pass. Agt.
'I loaded teams should meet on thin road PORTSMOUTH, VA.

I hardly see bow they would,get out of
the trouble. t l 4I ----=

Ii' Free and Another mistake that the roadmak- .: .j'i'( . . Dixie Flyer Route '. .
: Accented Masons. era are making Is In the material that

I* put Into the roads. I saw a road Double dally trains with PULLMAN'S FINEST VESTIBULED BUFFET CABS
. Tri-Weekly Sailings . '
v built this year'; with a road machine -Throulth without change-

I III which passed up one side and down the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA TO NASHVILLE AND ST. LOUIS

Indian No. 00 other and drew Into the center of the BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling . -Close connections made In Union Depots for-

River TltusvllleLodge. road all the sod. which were the resell Chicago Louisville Cincinnati Memphis and all points West and Northwen, ,
,,
.1 0 of the growth of the" grass. there for a ,at Charleston S. C., both ways) I Be sure that your ticket reads via -

rVFlorida.. number of years, 'all of the leaves and WESTERN ATLANTIC RAILROAD and NASHVILLE CHATTANOOGA.
Hold. Ire meetings the Monnd and fourth rrl. dead grass In the ditches and the worn The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service & ST. LOUIS RAILWAY.
each .i tit.I 111. Tltu*.
"yof month Armory
out soil that had once been a of rates schedules etc.
part write
Till*. .t T ilKI o'ol.xik p. m. For Information relative to to...
Oeo. W.t oobi.. Worshipful Muter. the roadbed but had been blown or The Clyde New 'England and Southern' Lines. TV M. DOYLE Fla. Pass. Agt Jacksonville Fla.

J.C. S.R.l.IolluI..at.Ju"lor Walker.Senior Wanlnn.Warden. carried by the waters to a little dis Direct berylce Between C. E. HARMAN, Gen. Pass. Agt. II. F.- SMITH Traffic Manager.

J. M..on. Tr,unrer.V. tance. Such material I I. A detriment to Atlanta Ga. Natbvllle Tonn.
."'-.. Morgan' Secretary. a road. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.
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J. A. Hughes, Chaplain.. t .

J.W.L.M.Carnation Woodward, Hen,Junior lor Dmieon.Unaoon.J Width. of Con.try Road. (Calling at Charleston S. O., both ways)

M. Sonlnr 8te."rd.J. Y5TEM
H.Boreven W..n.' Junior BMward.R. The wld ht the roadway should. .bf ...SEMI-WEEKLY,... ..... .. .....SAILINGS...... ,......... .from Lewis Wharf Boston pLANT
.E. Mini,Jr..Tyler determined by the travel On ordinary Northbound....!.....,................. ? ....,..,...?from loot of Catherine Streets Jacksonville .
-.. ...---..,.... --.. .. .. -- -. country roads a width of twenty: feel -

from outside of ditch would be amply St. Johns River Line. ,
MAKING POOR ROADS.M ) Clyde
> . roadway of thin' width properly grmi
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.-Connections:
__M. ed. with sufficient height\ and slope U '(Denary Lin*.)

'I MISTAKES THAT NEED ONLY COMMON drain quickly, with storm water quickly : BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE; AND SANFORD. To the East via all rail. The Atlantic Coast Line via Charleston, Rlckmorf

disposed of In the side ditches, should Stopping Falatka,Attar, 8C. Fraud, Borenforcl(DeLand), Blue Spring and intermediate land. . and Washington. The Southern Railway via Savannah Columb
SENSE TO CORRECT. give drainage and a dry road except: lop on the Ht.....bo..ltl vert and Washington.

-- during storm STEAMER "Clty'of .Jacksonville.' Tft the West The Southern R'y via Jesup Atlanta and Chattanoogo. The LA
Facility of Chootlna m no.4 ....- CAPT. W. A. SHAW. d V Nf va Montgomery. The Southern R'y via Savannah: Columbk

lover \Vbo Una No Kiaonlvdsr of IS APPOINTED TO BAIL AH FOLLOWS: and Ashevllle. The MAO K'y via MontRomery.
I Never try to coax a cold or cough use Leave Jacksonville 8130 and "
Thnnclay
: p. in. Sundays TueMlay
the Work-PaalF natldl.ts of Rood t remedy that unfailingly conquers both;; Leave Sanford 8:9Y a. m ,Monday*, Nedneedsy.aad Friday. \ To the East via Steamship. Via Savannah and Ocean S S Co., for New Tort,
Cultert.-Widtlt. o( Illab.v.FIn .. iallard's Horehound Syrup Is the Southbound Read down BOrLKJJUiJS. Northbound, Read up. Philadelphia and Boston via Savannah. and Merchants* ilinen
great
Lear Srflopm. .............. ....J.ckeobvlle".Anlve 2: Oain. Company for Baltimore.
for all throat and Transportation
bU annunl report to the Maine peolHo lung troubles. 8-4Apra ...,... ....... ,... Leave SiOOpm.
board of for 1000 J. A. Roberts Price :25! and) 60 cents. Wilson A Son. .' 8:11OlIm..A..r. .. .. ...... .. 2:M)pin.'I To Key Went. and Havana via Port Tampa and Peninsular A; Occidental Steamship
agriculture .100 am......, '.... ....tit.Francis.. . ....... .... '. luopm. To Nova Scotia Cape Breton and Prince Edwards Island via Boston and Canada
called! attention to name mistakes ..., .....Bereafordlel.antI( )).....,... .... 12:,\)n'n. Atlantic and Plant Steamship: line for Halifax, Uawkesbury and Cbarlotte towD.
... ..,.., niiio *... . llKWatn.Arrive .
In road building which are apparent in O.l Rid of Water. :::am:.:::::::....:::::...Banford Spring.....::::.:::::.:. VdOam.
I nearly If not every state In the Union.Among If the surface of the roadway Is Itt-ISTTS TICKETS:
properly formed. and kept smooth the Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. "VVXJ..VIrEEI..rc: :>
things be
I ,E I other pays: water will lx eihed Into the side ditches will be on sale throughout the Northern Eastern Western and Southern State)to
''I hero \Iii one mistake that Is made A, C. HAGKRTY Eaat'n ran. Agt.. f.M.IRONMONOKR, Fla. Pa**. Agt., via the Plant during the season of 1001.1902,11m.ited .
and do comparatively little harm but 19 State Bt.,New York I 204 West Day Jackaonvllle, Fla. all FLORIDA RESORTS System,
I but I hardly know how It can be corrected It It remain upon the surface It will\ THOS. D. ALKY, Local Freight Agent", I f O.LOVKL.L, A..*t. Fla.I Bupt.. to return until May 31st, with liberal stop-over privileges Florida.
font Kogan" 8t .Jacksonville Fla. | Foot Hogan lit, Jaok onvllle,Fla. north the will be
by using our commonsense Addresses of parties In the sent to undersigned; liberally supplied
except be absorbed and convert the road Into
JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent Foot Hogan Bt.,Jaokioavllle Fla.
with all information and handsome advertising matter.
and not letting our selflshuess mud. If nil ruts, depressions and mud TIIKO.CI.: EGJCR General Ms.u. er. WM. f OIYHH CO.. Oeneral Agent
LCbeaebrougb Building 15 State St.,Oppoelte Battery Park, New York. For Information as to rates sleeping oar reservation etc., call on or write to
run away with us. This mistake I.I is ioe* are not filled a* soon as they appear .
O. II. WALTON. Tltusvllle Fla.
I, the appointment of the wrong man for > they will retain the water upon Agent F. M. Jolly, Division Passenger; Agent

: road commissioner. The common sense the 1I'1ffs.to be removed only by a 138 West Bay St., Astor Block Jacksonville Fla,

view ot'the matter to me Is this: You tn'aduallrlloftklolt: Info the roadbed andy B. W. W re n n Traffic Savannah Ga.
> slowly evaporating, and each pass- Florida Passenger Manager,
I East Coast >
should select the man In town who Ry.Time
i log wheel or hoof will help to destroy: W. .B. DENHAM, General Superintendent" Savannah, Ga.
knows the most about It. Any man the road. All Inequalities o( the cur-

. I. ;who has done anything In any line of ace, the depressions. and the mud-
I.. about It Table No. AS. In Effect Sept 1, 1OO1.
: Pork ordinarily knows more holes are caused by water softening

/j than other men who have not. II* he roadbed. A ,bard road cannot be BOOTH BOUTf Read Down. (Read Vp) NORTH BOT7WD.J35T '

. \ know what the difficulties are; be made out of soft mud and no amountof I tutu ",IOu D o. o.. 51 rds

I 'I' learns something from his experience: labor and machinery will make ,an c4 .Dally; Dally. Dally 8TATIO2T3. I Dally Dally ......... Southern
In earth road that will stay good unless x.ttuW B z.t;
i which no man can learn so thorough Is ridof f sq: ;::-:: SOOp to" ; ..........., ac nnnHl a ....., ..Ar Ti ::::: W
: a manner front observntlon.. an adequate plan adopted to get p., t7 t :. 60Np lUONkLlKia. ..;...,.80 Jaokeonvila..Le 8 ij 56:*. H k4A
It net-urn to me that in the choice of the water. Water I I. hard to confine .....' 8 lip ".. ....... be. Anifuatin ,.,. .... .. 6 \ T boa......
gOoMp
eel N .......8.111' 11 47aU . ..... Ranting. ............ 6 TlteOUa .. ;;
i our road commissioners we should alwnya and easy to let loose. It la alwaysecklng A !; F ...' Wf l8 .;;:.....Eiu Palatka.......... 46H4 \ \ T ..:::. p (7jQ
; have In view the best man for a chance to run down bilL ,... / ..... .78.1' rip to ......... Neop ......,...... l 8 lSa ...... Q tzj
I .... Ik1 ..... 4p1262tt"Btmuell.a. ...... .... 4Uip 81118.....
I the work whether ho belongs to your -. . - --.-. -- Z (s,1 W .:. T...V JMisrp\> .. ............Dupont"......... 41JUp dUa., ..... -y O'IS- ailway
party or to my party whether he la a. 0 GI: ... A:tap 1 :hip to ......,..Ormomt........ Ii 11I1: 6 .
l4 . . Ship ,...........1>artooa.; ......,... 524.tl2Un ... WK
' particular friend of mine or not and RepairingNeatly Q x!; .... .. 114.", J 4..I' .......Port i Orange .....0 -.. .". Ii Itp 6 '.tJa ...... t'4" -
I without regard to whether I am to net .... G: a 8.I VIUp 2111'1' .. .... .N..w IImyro. ..... 6Up tots / .
OO
I : x -ct . .. 11110I> ..'........ OakHill. ............ 1u.'V .... .. Y W :l1oo4
46rtttta ..
1 a job or not In many of our townsmen O . .. ., 8 Don' ......Tttuarllle... ........ 1MI' ....,. 1861' ....
are apt to use their Influence for "'" H . ...... 84.ll4l > : ..:........ Cocoa.... ......... I lap ...... .... .
Ii4 x . ... .. ... 5 alp .....BookMdit Junction.BanUallie .... I IllIp' ... ... IB8o: DIRBCT UI'NB: -QUICK TIMS TO
r the man that will give them a Job ou 0 .....' ...... ptOftp ." ........... .. ......... 12411" .....: ......' : -
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I i the roads. g &::4 Iorf ,. .. ,.. .. 4:YAp .. ..... Melboarns?.......... .''IolM" \, ,, ,. ....., t ....
I '" ... ... ...... .......,...Nebastiau.. ......... 1Es; .... ..... Stw WatMngtoa. Baltimore PMUdtlpDta,
: Another mistake that I find Is In the DoneNever ...,... ......611II1' .. ...-...... St. LnoU.......... .. Il : . > Ilea YorK CDicaso flldlll.1t1.
: matter of drainage. Men will build a tYl ;F'7 J:01: .......,...., 6tV>v ... Fort Ploro.......... II" .:.:: ag
'. H .... ... ..... .2.1' .. ............Tibhala.Kd ,........... to lie.-. to.... Eortsoille fljuma, BlrninaDa.
I'I good appearing road all right In shape b. .. ... '...... 8:1.:..1 .............. ..n.,, .........., :! aUuOVi
I I and put good material Into it. but they thought of such a E-t I.............. 8 SUP .. .............Jvnmm............ : : M. fbaflaJlOO, nitMpMs, St. Coals: .,, KJMMS City.
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\' w e .... ...... 4Up! .......... .. tttnart............ .101;* . b 7
: I forget to underdralu It. and the drainage sign for a medicine did ? p1 ..... .......Tl'P6Tp. ........ Hobet'.und......... .. 9 .I" ':.... '0.:1 4 bC AND ALL POINTS BAST AND WEST.
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you :...., .... .... ..... . ....
la as ewsenttal as the drainage of 53 ..... ':!tip" wee Jnplter. .. USlayoun t J p tf::: (c.-
i ...... ...... T 671 ......:Wear Palm Beach...... ...... '
o 0' land upon which you raise your crops. Well, it's a good sign for N O .............. 8 alp .: ...........Boynron............' HUH* ..... .J3I:. b NO OTHER LINE APPORDS.SBRV. CB UltCB THIS"
I It you take a piece of land and cultivate E'4 ...... '..... all .....:......Dxlrmy....... .". 1123ft.. . td pd:
( Scott's Emulsion. The ...... ..... Y 1611..l'or'Laud.rda1........ T 860 ..,.. pj. THE NEW YORK & FLORIDA. EXPRESSAND
c I 1 It and tlo not drain It. you are apt body Lemon City.. .. "' 66H
_. to get poor crop*. The light and air p4 :::::: ':' ::' lOOftli: Ar.: ....:: .. .Miami : :: ::::Lv Aia.::::: ::: : ) e'U. MAIL
TH 8. FAST
has be like other .
II and heat cannot get In. But It you underdrlir to repaired Parlor Can ...> Crates ass MU
. the- conditions are changed things and Scott's Emulsion is o I o. "I o..a6 . No.li! No.ISNa.*), To the Bt.* and Noriri.
::1// and that may prove to be your most und.Su.d Daily Dally; ATFORT BRANCH. Dally I Daily Son
holds true O.ly Only I eI' !Ill! Only! THE CIN INIATI & FLORIDA LIMITEDTo
productive land The same the medicine that does it. -11 bOp 10i TfiipMpllUlHaJ Tii Lv............ ..". a....onvt le.... ......" A. T 1' 1 ......
, I, of a road. If It has not proper drain ( : e ttlp 11_ ..........._.8o.J.ckinvUlw.,.......... 78:5: 687p12rbp..... the '\V *>t and NoitHWMt.The .
'. should be the first thing to be These bodies fOp|to 6te| 8MI'II| lea ........_.. Pablo. ooacb. ........ ...... TYea 10/1"1160&/ .... '
this out "
age poor wear I 4AplOMa|) >/| 100n 5 L .. .. .. .. .........4'I.nrloo......... ... ... ... 7UU 6UOp II file ...... line through "The Land of the Sky,'' Asheville Hot
'. considered. 11.1.... tu" (1111'1' ,,. .. ... ...M..y..... . ........ L. s..a .4te liaua ... ... the
Springs N. C. Finest Summer Resort Section In
: Another mistake I hare found Is In from worry, from over-work 1'o.....i<.......>(A....ttk.....i>llA| .... .W.NO,4l PALATIA BRANCH |N;....'Y(>..". j ..'.*-I >.*.641 NO.'WDaily World. Car, from' Jacksonville to
I the construction of the waterways. I PallTratlyDaUyDallyD| | | I'| L6BIMI' |\ | | >,iiyiMlyDMI( | ; Through; Sleeping
have seen men make a little crosswayfor from disease. They get thin T 1IOp'4h") 'TM"irtlOp I !to.... L.v.. .Palatka ...Ar '2aJl1p:' Taip aopT3pTiUpl Asheville and Hot Springs, North Carolina.
Mnl 4.SI plllVylll, iftnl Sdftal Ar..Xa** Pajittka..LT S I'al l TuM IIt.JII..l )"Onl ftdupl 7 P

woodcbuck the water could to hardly run through crawl through that a i and weak. Some of the new Dib'IDnUa BAN MATEO VaA.CH. aUY.. ..o etelct) of Routs to Pax-Amftaa Expo.lflOl.., Buffalo, n. Y.
,,1i
when It needed one that was two or I ones are not well madeandall -Tap EvT. ....... . ...............Eaat: PaTlatka............. .. . .. .. Ar \ ;; Through! Vestibolcd Trains, Pullman Sleeping Can
three feet each way. A little waterwaylike a 6C. Ar "....,....,...... . .. . Has" Maroo.....,....................... !.... I t flleb! : Through Coaches.Drawiag-ceon

that will answer the purpose of a of the o4! \, ones are racked ORANGE CITTBRAMOH. IND.Q11j ikrud -:-Dalye.
D.ailr II ,l SANFORD BRANCH. EXCELLENT DIN i"40 CAR; SBRVICB.
dry season but In a wet time It soon .. .. .x.Su!! Kx8uTSSatv: !! 11.111:

become obstructed and the! danger I I.I I. from long u :1ge.Scott's 8 hip t..... ..New Hrmrna....... r SNtp .. ........, ..,Tltnavl .............ArTAryr Through Trains rim The Southern Railway are Operated la Connection
that there will be a washout of greater 4Yip" .:.:...Lake Helen.L..v 6BUP 710.. ..........,.... 111.......LTOaiema IOTP with the Plant System from Jacksonville.
I Emulsion f fixes all 4 BPp ... Oranget2ty.: ... / 6 Up 8$1a" ........ ... 11 c,>Ia
or lens extent and the road builder ... ..... 5U6P SMal. ... Ilan
t .
ael.1'7 0. ' "' : Ask for Tickets via Southern Solicited.H.
must or Irs money In. repairing .11"141' 9aarAr...::.:.:.:::.tseMrd., .. :: : IlonaTb..turns Railway. Correspondence
spend moro kind It does the work both
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that road when if he bad taken CAR, Florida ......n.er AgestIW Wl Bay SI, JACKSONVILLE.f. .FL.4.
Tablws show the times .t which train mar boo inwtod to arrive and depart
the same money and made his water- inside and out. It makes soft from the vmnkl. atattan*. bn their arrival or departure. at the (tines ataM.i In not Roaraat H. HARDWICK. G-ftfOr.1 ra... JLgt, W.II.T4 YLOIL Asp G.B.Paw.WAUU Alt
was large enough to meet all condition ..kl. nor doM th s Oouipany hold tuolf r pon.bl for any dolay or any oonaequnnc** ariaIntf
he never! would have bad this bones hard thin blood red thvrvfrotn.PENINSULAR. July I. 1901..

,washout ': weak lungs strong hollow AND OCCIDENTAL
I believe there are thousand of these STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI. -

waterway In the state of Maine today. places full. Only the best materials - .- -- --
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I know personally of a great many of used in the BETWEEN MIAMA. KEY\VEST AND HAVANA.Ix .

them In roads over which I have travel arc patching tx _Havana Weds ana 8.rard ....
.Miami Mon..* an t Frldaya..1006 pm 1e 00 am Special Low Rates
I .f,' ed. I think one of the great mistake and the patches don't show ArrtT Key W.-r.and atiinljiys l W pm Arms fay \V_.fV,. :a.. and....i.. S""pruIAeK..WM.T.O.tnnd ..
:>.va. TK'pm. ln KeyWrs' Tliw and Han 4 lrArrtT
that our roaam Am*. Miami rrlOAjraaoil Monday euUam
U that they are not putting into the TO New YORK Points.
For copy of l runway for water else .enough and No one has to wait his turn. I. D. KAHNES. A..t. O... P.... A_.t. ST AUGUSTINE TLA
further than that I find that some men i
t do not build these waterway as they : You can do it yourself-you Tickets now on sale YlaMallory

fi would put In a foundation for a building RAPID'CALKING
I I and the bottle THE WALTON MACHINE .
themselves. If they were to build a >
would make the foundation "... This Lines
large barn they ; picture represents
solid and 'secure so that It the Trade Mark cf Scott's Patented
might stand there as long as the barn. EmuUion and U on the

but they are careless about these cressways wrapper of every bottto PRICE. 14.00 and *d.OU EACH.. 'Should be used by every Boat Builder la the U. S. . .AT. .

and put them In In such a wayt InUsa of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.For
that oftentimes within five yearn they 4. I Send for tits ma'Pkw. by soma LOWEIt HATES' TIIAX BV ANY OTHER LINE including all d

hate to be taken out and new one put + SCOTT & HOWNE, Sale by and bertha Departure from JacksonTllle every Tburllde '
,
In at an added expense. ""e 409 Pearl St..w Yak.F Jas. Pritchard & Son, For "'t8. descriptive and illustrated matter schedule., reservations, tick! **.

,. Slnc Hthe advent of the road machine T1TUSV1LIJC .. FLORIDA. etc., apply to ....,
I find another tuUuke. I have In my: SOl and 's. all druggists. 4. W."Eo 41W'\1'- !80 W.Bay SRJ.cks"evC.H.YALI4nYaCoO.wralAgnuimBBrnr. I
TESTIMONIALS FROM PROMINENT: T BUILDERS. .viek. fla.
SEE THE
roAd made this .
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TITUSVILLE.INRIAN' Last Fight ofOutlaw THE HOME GOLD CURE. WEST I-AT.1U DI<:,\CII. S r ,'If''';'

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:: : : RIVER::: :I30TEL: : Salavcras Aa Inxvuloui Treatment by which Drunk, THE PALMS. fi
.nU are living Carol) Unity In Spite WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. ::1
ON.Tm .D'VIAN-RIVER. The legislature of Arizona, baa just of ThemMlvB. Mo Noxloui I>OM. >',
TITUSVILLE, provided for a body of rangers to patrol NoVPmtkvnlnirof Nerve. A Pleasant A first-class, home-like hotel, located on beautiful Lake Worth, opposite $',
the extreme southern part of the Podtlve Cur: for the Liquor habit Royall'onolana. Near railroad station and places of Interest. Special features I
\, Comfort, Courteous attention, superior table and reasonable rates.
ser'1081
FLORIDA. territory to run down desperate charac- It Is now generally known and under- House thoroughly renovated. Under New .Management. Experienced white- \Ij, t.} .
ters. :Bart Mossman.\ a well known stood that drunkenness Is a disease and waitresses will have charge of the dining room. Uood Fishing, Hunting and. I I IUoatJnlt
ranch superintendent 1ms been mail not weakness. A body filled with poison, Rates $2 to *:J per day. Special by the week. For further Information ,
captain of the rangers. and nerves completely shattered by per address: Tlie Palms, West Palm Beach Fla., J. C. Stowers, Prop. r
,
J. G. BAST, Proprietor, lodloal or constant use of intoxicating ,
i the who ran
Hurt Jl! man years ago d '
antidote capable of ---- --- -- ----- -- --
liquors, requires an f
down the Mexican bandit Sabiverus neutralizing and eradicating this poison, JLIVI5 OA JC. !
r q wbo shot the superintendent of the and destroying the craving for intoxl :
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DUCK SHOOTING Calico Silver mine when he was ou Ms cants. Sufferers may now cure themselves 1.i

{"I I I way with the coin to pay off the intm at home without publicity or loss Hotel Oakes
rile, and FISHING. Burt happened to be up In another port of time from business by this wonderful LIVE, OAK, FLA. t
I, of, the territory at tttnt time and tine "HOME GOLD CURB" which has bee ,
rf r-iSe &? *:Z.'f' in Dnggett when the story of the murder perfected after many years of close study; Under new managements Caters especially tn the commercial traveler. It J '\
jer&**tZf Rates: $2.50 per day. came Into Suluveras wax. a and treatment of Inebriates. The faithful Is the most liberally conducted hotel of Its price In LbeSt. te. Tbe hotel ban..
miner camp.and had been workingIn use according/ to directions of this wonderful boon thoroughly renovated, refurnished and painted. Everything now and "
$10 and $12 per week. Mexican discovery Is positively guarantee : Urn-clans. J.. RUSS Jo:I.I. MOORE:, Proprietor ,f. I
the Calico. At Just about the time "
the most obstinate mat
to cure case, no .. .
when the superintendent was about ter how hard a drinker. Our record - - - -- -

half way to the camp Salaveras started show the marvelous transformation ot I NEW: YOltlC. ;
JACKSONVILLEt, to meet him. After shooting the au- thousands of drunkaidn into sober, industrious )i
perlntendent the Mexican\ took his and upright men.
horse and money and started off arrows WIVES CURE YOUR HUSBANDS I II Fifth Ave. and 15th street,
horse Children cure your fathers! This reme- Hotel Kensington
the desert to Utah. The gave
dy Is in no sense a nostrum but Is a speolflo New York ;,
DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. out near the big dead lake of Paradise for this dUeoae only, and is so skill ,

valley and Sulaveras had nothing to fully devised and prepared that it I. Select Family and Transient Hotel. European Plan.
do but run to the coyote holes. lie thoroughly soluabfo! and plensant to the ;
taste, so that It own be given In a cup of Restaurant the Standard of Excellence.
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located Thoroughly repaired and re tea or coffee without the knowledge/ of GEORGE O. IIOWE, Proprietor f I

novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. :. .. : drunkards the person have taking cured It.themselves Thousands with 01 Late of the Buckingham, St. Augustine and other Florida hotels i 1.

Rates $2.50 this'priceless remedy, and as many more
, per day and up. - - -
have been cured and made temperate men

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor by having the cure administered by lovIng HAMI-L--T- ; Street but Bioadway.d! Sixth I Avenue,
THE ON4tb
tends! and relatives without their '
!II
L knowledge In coffee or tea and believe NEW YORK.
v. := today that they discontinued drinking of
: WESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE their own free will. DO NOT WAIT. A Modern Fireproof Apartment lintel. Central and Desirably ll"O e+ ;
FLA. Do not btmleludod by Apparent and misleading $
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r'e'J
Located With Comfort and Convenience. ;$
I 'Improvement. Drive out the every .
American and European plan. Centrally located. Just built and open.. f( disease at once and for all time. The Furnished and Unfurnished. : '
"UOME GOLD (.:UltE" is sold at the I
ed this season. Fine cooking and goodtable.. Hot and Cold Water 'I .
. extremely low price of One Dollar, thus GEORGE!: W. :MORTON.
+
Baths, Elevator, eta Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All + I placing: within reach of everybody a treatment -

street cars pass the door. Rooms 50c, 73o and fl' a day. Rooms and more. effectual than. others costing -
fU5 to $..0, Full directions nocotnpnn; .
board $2.00; to $2.50 per day. each pncknge. hpoclal advice by sklllo flic I ul Supply HOUHO of The' Illinois, Klsliormun's" Association." : \
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. a physicians when requested without extra
charge. Sent prepaid' to any part of the
world on receipt of $I. Address) Dept.C The Chicago Net and Twine Co. \ '.
703: EIMV1N n (J1LES; CO., 2.I30-.I2: ( : t
The diddle ]{0) East Forsyth Street. % Market! St., Philadelphia. All ooiros- Manufacturers\ of- i
, [K>ndenco strictly oonlldentlnl. ,' I
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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I European! plan. Dining, Cafe; neW'f and flrst-clasa:, all appointments.Center : The rebuke administered by President 04 \ (' }\

of city. Near all car lines: Open for rooms November 15th; Roosevelt to a photographer who j
i it
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In his face "
Cafe,,.November 10th. Rooms, one person one day, $1 and up; by the attempted to snap n camera: "
as he was entering/ church ou n recent
week, $3.50 and
up.
Sunday morning was just and entirely
C. B. SMITH Proprietor. .
,
merited. It may serve also to call nteutlou t} .
-- --- be
t: to what Is growing to one of -
) FISHING NETS and Netting of Every Detcrlptlon. Q I
ST. AUGUSTINE. to which pubic
the greatest annoyances Sl
Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Ktc.: tIi !
FILLED WITH JIULLETS.
The time was
men are subjected.
Wholesale Prices direct the Fishermen.
Originators of ) to '
knew; that by this tlII1I1o the men whose 'when the Indefatigable Interviewer was I'
ST. AUGUSTINE, FL RIDA. I 7U-81-B.-J: E Judh I'" It.: Chicago, Ill. !
FLORIDA HOUSE pay he had captured would be on his the most feared among men. Now he ...Mention The .;\ knvooATH In your letter... :
The Old City By-the-Soa. the
trail to superiuteudent'sdeath. ;
avenge the who merely -
must give placer to mnn
This welt known hotel will remain open the Entire Year. St. Augustine Is pre8111the button and lets chemicals We are Members_ of the Illinois Kliiliermon's Asuuclntlon, I'j'jI
a delightful Summer Resort. It has attractions and points of interest that Down Into the mud the ?Mexican :
no other resort ponnesaes. Beautiful Roods and Beach for Driving and BI- plunged, taking care to put the money do tbe rest. The Interviewer was con- __ _.. ___ _
cycling. Boating, Fishing !and Bathing Unsurpassed. The hotel has all bag beneath him as lie burrowed his teat If he could, have a few minutes' I oj!
modern Improvements that can contribute to the comfort of guests. Lib way Into a coyote hole. On the side chat with bill victim,' no matter! where The Nation's In;
. erally conducted Capacity 250. Summer Rates: $2 to $2.50 per day, $8 to from which his pursuers must approach he found him. The photographer on "San Mateo"M !
$12 per week. For further particular address
F. HAYDEN, Manager. there was a largo bunch of Spanish the other bond l. must catch his subjectIn Best Cigar.
, bayonet grass! which' completely hid the act speaking with his mouth
the Mexican's hl'uil-oll that remained) wide open, running to catch a street -

HOTEL ...FRONTING ON THE PLAZA... )f him'above the surface.! It was hours car or doing some other natural but I fill
ALGONQUIN before the pursuing party reached the t
perhaps awkward tiling: Tbe Inter- t''
ST AUGUSTINE - FLORIDA. coyote holes. With Mossman were a t "loi idlt. ",

Sea View. Open for rooms only. The rooms are large and airy, with couple of Indian guides and their dogs, his Viewer principal may, print afterward a statement deny.which The Why buy Imported cigars,-'made from heavy tropical tobacco, doctored..with j
may
whose services the ranchman had secured and other when have the Florida loaf at a five-cent
moderate.
comfortable beds. Rates opium drugs, you can pure i
photograph on the other hand, cannot
to track down the culprit. 'One
MRS, A. S. FELL, Proprietress., price? I''' !I
contradicted. nter'
of these brutes was soon sniffing be successfully ,
_- around the bayonet bush, and Sala. prim In the' right direction Is a good FREE, BY MAIL TO ANY}! i ox of as.,. $1.00> I', 'J

COCOA. verne, seeing the !game was up. got out thing: but when enterprise takes a ADDRESS.....J BO* of 50.$1.73
of the hole and faced the posse with camera to church It becomes Insolence ?
his slxshooter. Inside of two minutes pure and sliuple, 1..7. W.' Ow' :

THOMAS COTTAGE COCOA FLORIDA. ,he was filled with bullet holes, the .
money was dug out, and be was left for SAN MATEO FLA.
Centrally located. Large, airy rooms.Bath convenient. the crows to feed on. "Last winter an Infant child of mine -- .- --. -
had In a violent form," says Elder
Bates? $1.50 per day; special terms by week or month., John croup W. Rogers, a Christian Evangelist *-\r \W-\7 7XTtr>*M* r 7 V 7V V rv *

---- Strange Story of Filley\ Mo. "I gave her a few doses of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and In a NineH'EIBINE.
ItOCKLEUGE. From Mexico short time all danger was past and the .
.. child recovered." This remedy not only

A most remarkable and curious tale cures croup, but when given as soon as Tenths A f

.UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT... has from Mexico. It Is the symptoms appear will preventthe .
recently come
almost unbelievable, yet Is vouchedfor other attook.harmful It substance contains no and opium may be or of Pure Juices from Natural Roots. | }

by such credible witnesses as to liven as confidently! to a baby 'as to an

Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDGE, FLA. deserve the careful consideration of aduit. For sale by all druggists and all the the Liver Stomach and Bowels
those persons' who do. not believe In medicine dealers. REGULATES "?
ghosts. The story comes from the the Purifies the
,People System
slate of Pueblo. A missionary'prle.t V.Iae II..t.... Blo.od. ::1
The coming winter this hotel will be under the management of A. Tn named Padre "f suppose." said) the man who had just
who been accosted Meandering! Mike, "that Suffer Malaria, Biliousness, Constipation, ; 't
Marsh, who has been connected with the Florida East Coast Hotel Com Plmentel. you think yourself perfectly jufltlfied In CURES .
Is staying there I III taking money from me without rendering. from Stomach and Impaired OigesUon.Diseased' : ;
pang for 14 years. Hotel will open on the 4th uf January next. stated In a sermon an equivalent a

he preached "Don't say. that mister," was the reolmler. Every Bottle Guaranteed to Girt Satisfaction. j
that he was f 11/1:/ i "Don't Hay I'd take It wldout anqulvalent.
EAt .OALLIK.i visited by a : > If de hard luck: story 1'.. X4Jh.34.O-Jn: MOTTI., _aIt.O.Tt'rt aOr < \P I .
youth named been tellln' you ain't fuller of Imsglna- Liver X'rlo: ffO Ontsu '9 j''
, Daniel Dlaa. Ion an' graceful embellishments dun soy .
i who begged him of dem book you've paid BO cents apiece Prepared by JAMES I'. BALLARD. St. Loolt, )lie,
Indian River Inn EAU GALLIE, FLA. I'' for Inn Je train. I'm ready to give up me .
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i'' i House Overlooks the Indian River. to go to his J t chosen profenalon an quit paobsoilliu.: fur '
house and confess I I III II+ dh + life."-Washington Star. - ------ .- .- -.. ----- -- - -
I Near the Duck Grounds of Banana River and the picturesque upper St. his' sister
I Johns noted for Black Bass, eio. Open all the year. Rates $:&.00 per who had been*" IF YOU WANT A...
day. Special rates by the week and month. Table will be supplied with dead five years Cures Blood .Troubles. Illood _..
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Fish, at all times. Oysters and Game In season. A : ,
"and who bad Poison, Cancer, Eczema, etc.
MoMILLAN -
P. A. Proprietor. f-
appeared to him- -, :'
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beseeching him to call on the missionaries Costa Nothing la Try. Lot

GALE, FLA. to assist her out of purgatory. Old, obstinate, deep-seated cases permanently ...Building :
Hotel GralladaEAU The padre says that despite the fears cured by taking Botanic Blood I Ior
Indian flver.The .* which aroused! by this strange
were Balm (B. II. H.). If your blood Is tainted
request he determined to go and took rotluclog offensive eruptions, aching a lot with a Htm.WXa\ READY FOR OCCUPANCY ':H .
Hotel Granada Is located at Eau Gallle,Fla., 102 miles. south of Jacksonville for his companions Mariano Mellado bones and Joints, ulcers, falling hair, mucous "
on the west shore of tbe Indian River, unexcelled boating, hunting and and two sacristans. On reaching the patches sour mouth and throat, LAND FOIl AX ORANGE GROVE, '. ,
.5 fishing. Matchless climate. Launch for the use of guests. 'A first-class home house, which was a gloomy place be cabs or scales, persistent pimples, eating >
like hotel. Rates $3.50 to $3.00 per day. Special rates by month or season. conducted to A 'cheerless! room, ores, swelling, sore Up dry sore, dull, I'INEAPJ J.E PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN'
Open all the year. Address GLEASON BROS.: Eau Gallle, Flo. was acblalt lancing shooting pains then you -A.
where he seated himself and Immediately have blood poison/ or tbe beginnings of W. probably have for sale;just what yon are seeking.
became aware of a floating deadly cancer. Don't experiment but
lID EN. vaporous figure, while at the same take Itotanlo Blood Balm ((11.n.I K.) made Settlers.are flocking In but still thus Is room.. It you are .,
time he heard "creaking of bones," especially to cure all malignant blood
The wretched young woman made her troubles, like those named above and looking this way drop a line to I\

confession ami. on being absolved, disappeared !itching, scabby, eczema, carbuncles ,
The Netherby EDEN ,On-IadUn-Rlver, FLA. suddenly.The scrofula, rheumatism cancer, blonJhumors .JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vee.lV.ldenl.| .
: padre states that ,the awful ex- etc, Heals every sore and stops I\
river. All modern Impro'ement.1I0t ; .It aches and pains.. Try !It. Costs but .. '
the
One of the loveliest locations on ertenco brought oo 4 severe Illness, 1LORIDA EAST COAST JVT, :
I ..... sent free
and cold baths. Sulphur Sprltig. Excellent drinking water. '1 at drolr""' Treatment by
Plenty of fruit and ice. Fish Oysters and fresh vegetables In abund ut.tbat since bin recovery be has determined riling to Dr. Olllam ZOO/) Mitchell: Street, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. h
furnished with all the : to make the fact known that'otbl'r. Atlanta. fla. DecrU trouble and freeDodlc '
ance. Northern cooking Ilpaie hancsomely be to the and ,.. ---_. \1t
same free ----
not exposed Medicine -
advice ----- -- --- -
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comforts of a h.me. Boats. Trains ltc.yaC Ruxton Station on the may given --- --- -- ----- -- - -
plantation. Pineapple district. Mrs. M. A. CURTIS Manager. long durance In purgatory for want ofibsolutlon. medical advice sent at once prepaid; n.n. .
originated by Dr. OllUnti over 30 JOE PRINTINC.:
>> The news of this' occnrreuce has years ago./ >rhou' ands have been cured ,
: like1 wildfire and tbe missionaries many after doctors and patent medicines e
spread
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE have teen the recipients of ha nil- had utterly fall"" Botanic Blood !Balm OF ALL KINDS ,
((8. B. n.rhea/ life vigor/ and strength
- Prints all kinds of Zoanerctal Hitlonery Wedding Stationery, Cards, Bill,.Etc. some contributions alnee.It took place. to the blood making It pare and rich. APVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

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I S EAST COAI T ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 29, 1991" .



FLORIDA Visitors who canAOtou.ll Jl' HUNTING AND FISHING ON Robbins & Graham Co. -a: L_ :s :c &:. :ae 1

at our stores shonld) write for THE EAST COAST. -DEALERS :IN- -,

oatalogue of Sunny South Souvenir. (Incorporated) GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODM[

1 A bear was killed up near Oourtenay ,
no/ $ one day lost' week. PAID ,UP CAPITAL $.! ,OOO.OO. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FE ,..p'

I Large strings of duck are arriving in This company* owbs We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade vi "4ers.
112 W. Forsytb Ht., Jscksonvtlle also at for Grain and all Groceries delivered hEllo
; ; town and to be Write os prices on at your -
daily, quail seem
-I fit. Augustine, Palm Beach and Nassau plentiful the woods. Bear and quite deer :XL: 3ST :3D: %3., E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, v '. '

st ak4 have been In order of late, and -T
Iff the Indian River Co-airy:: ; On the St.
boote. this is of the best
nay one seasons
j
, I ..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,. .they have had lu a long while. Lnci River; at New River and on Bay S. W. CARROLL

I Mr. Kobt. Singleton was again out B1 Price to suit the tl, nes. ,
It have ECZEMA ca10e.
J you PIMPLES CA-
i! : : Brewing Asso'srrsmotu hunting, the end of lost week, and shot -',i -Dealer In- I
TARRY for Land List.
DIPHTHERIA, Sore Throat a fine bear just southwest of Titusvllle. Send

I or any BLOOD or SKIN disease, HAN Many of our townspeople have been Indulging Offices at Titusvllle and Miami, Fla: GROCERIES, GRAIN, FEED, FRUIT AND VEGETABLES I
: Ht. Ixmli" 1Ceg( and Hottied In bear of late. ,
steak
COCK'H LIQUID SULPUUK lea guar / / Mr. Your
Gloss and Tinware. -
Patronage
Crockery, j bolt
:r I ,4 Hear, anteed cure. Singleton says there are more bears 10''' QBO. M.BOBBINS ;f. A.. MORGAW ted.
the neighborhood where.he shot the last Prwldea*. Actuary TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
old by M .llr. F. A txxiley and
For Sale by W.J. CKAYFORD. two. I IiNDI
': R L. Motlow" ,Tltu.Tll1.,'*Ta. Title Co -- -- -=
of
BreYard Abstract
Messrs. Herman Naethlng F. Schilling 'RIVER-IC
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:' ; I By Mr. It. I Motlow, Coooa, Flu.' FACTORY
and J. JI. Lalfln,of New York, who have '
BREVARD
CIRCUIT COURT. !
j 1 re been on a few" weeks'. cruise on the houseboat WILL FURNISH
; JOSEPH ZAPF Rose!" Marie,' returned Tltusvll of Title TITUSVILLE, FLA.

. r rj' The Fall .Term of Circuit Court for this on Sunday night, after having bad great I Abstract Ii prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special 4ttenuOi

Sole Agent. county convened at the Conrt-bouse, TI.'u.lIIe sport on their trip. They not only bag. ,, -FOB LAUDS IN- paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto

. ,i on Monday with Judge Minor H. cod a deal of game and hauled In nuro Brevard County. T, T. WETMORE Proprietor.
j Jones, presiding.! There were also bore of fish but In and
I'' 610 to 020 We.t Bay Street, prts- indulged ocean
: sot: tttatee Attorney J. D. lieggs Sheriff river bathing/ nearly every day they were Office under Law Office of -

;i'I' k JACKSONVILLE, FLA. J. P. Brown, Deput1. bel'lJr M. S. Jones, out. Messrs. Nootblng and Shilling\ : left OEO. M. ROB BINS, J. R. WALKER. C. H. SWATH
i jr.! and County Clerk A. A. Stewart. for their respective homes New Yorkon FZ.A. ,
, "f. There were so many criminal cases on Monday. but hope to come down. - again TITUIIVILLB, : '
docket which bad to go before the grand later In the season. Goods Shoes
,' Dry
II' FEAR( 4 TAYLOR, 'jury, that the trial. did not begin until Meat Market ,
.' I Wednesday>tl p. m. The other day, HrFraok'Bo1., treasurer East Coast
The first case called was the State of of Brevard county 'whose home !la Furniture

ij. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS Florida vs Dr. MoLaln, charged with on the Delesplne Grant, south of Titus O. F. DUREN, Agent. ... ,
'. I committing unnatural crime vllle, bad his attention called to the rattling
/
on a boy
t named Illlllard at Melbourne. of a rattlesnake, and upon going 13=:

, I .;k'., ; , i so many jurors excused by both Therewere the out to Investigate, he saw an immense po CD.. c-:=-. Notions and Millinery
.J' wild cat jumping around the snake doIng -
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, State and tbe defense, that between i
,"', hr Ean Gallie, Fla. them they exhausted the jury list before its utmost to claw and kill It. After c: w New Goods at close prices. vl

they had fllleJ: the which caused watching the cat and rattlesnake light -
panel :>>
: the tttates Attorney to ask the court to for awhile, ii,. Boye scared the wild oat c= YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED..

t' have ten more jurors summoned from off and then killed the rattlesnake with pa: !
& CoAp
WILLIAM John R. Walker
, McKINLEY. the body of the county. Court then ad. a garden Take. The snake pits" about -
jouroed until Thursday morning. five feet long, and he now has tbe rattle <:.o .
I' On the arrival of the jurors yesterday as a trophy Mr. Ho'ye says this la the 'ptd' TITUSVILLE, :FLA.Whaler's .
I illS LIFM ANI WORK Court resumed the drat tight of the kind he has seen In Florida ; C3TITUSVILLE
oas against McLaln -
,
In all the he baa been here.TITUSVILLE'STHANKSGIVJNG. c=J CD
orOKI years
and It was about midnight before Judge ,:::a.
I; '*. CiiAnLB II. GHOKVKNOIC. Jones gave his charge to the jury, who' a

f President's/ were then looked up pending their ver. FLORIDA.
long Friend Comrade .
I diet which will be Store.
/given some time to- Jewelry
in War and Collengue/ Congress. Was'I' -
day. There are three more cases. on the
r near his side with other great men when docket for trial. For harvest reasons, the last Thursday
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,l his eyes were cloned< the bier to the National 1 Capitol and to strange fate,,Thanksgiving/ / Day has frequently '
I! Canton The' General, busy, this week bunting up Watches Clocks Silverware Etc,
I requires a share of Jurors; while, Deputy Sheriff Jones has been self-appointed as a day of Jewelry, ,
the proceeds of his book be
I to devoted tot been stirring events.
keeping a careful watch over those
f a McKlnley Monument Fund Thus left In his charge. The observance of Thanksgiving Day
every subscriber becomes a contributor In Titusvllle was very little out of the SPECIAL ATTENTION given to Repairing of Fine Watches

'I I' !, to this fund. Million\ of copies will be usual order of things, except In the al. Ix and Jewelry. All work warranted, for 12 months.
'?; sold. Everybody will buy It. Orders for DEATH OF, MR. BACON. ternoon, when the various places of business
I the asking.. / Nobody will refuse. Kle- closed for a few hours. ItTMall: Orders will receive\ prompt and careful attention

t Kant Photogravure Portrait of President The of The demolition of the anatomical structuro .
Ormond
i jt 11 McKlnle,'. taut picture taken at the especially people the older residents and vicinity, of the turkey was, of course a lead TITUSVILLE. -_ FLORIDA.

White ]1101111" Yon can easily and quick. shucked and saddened at word ]just were log feature of the program in nearly
ly clear. fl.OOU taking orders. Order outlit received home hotel house
In
of the death of every or boarding -
0. A. Bacon laIITue.d.y
r-
1 quick. Chance to prove success secure town; and those who were In evidence
i
I at Providence K, I. where
.1 he
I yearly contract and become Mana. has been on our streets In the afternoon had that

I .11 ger. Outfit fro,. Send I2ots In stamps Mr Jiuoon spending had a tbe large summer acquaintance comfortable, well-fed look so apparent Special Attention !
to pay expense of wrapping/ packing and on this auspicious event.
throughout the Htat and ,
was one of the ......
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-t." mailing:; elegant/ prospectus. Taking/ 10 original The ADVOCATE: followed suit with the
settling.
pioneers Ormond In
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I.:; to BO orders dally 50,000 copies will be 11)70) the settlement then/ bearing the other business house, and closed Its LIFE INSURANCE Rate. are GIVKN: TO MAIL ORDERS FOR
old In this \ Address offices the .
vicinity In afternoon that
staff .
so our
of New NEVER
name Britain. De entered a Government ,. WAS EASIER lower than
.
i ) TUB CONTINENT. ASSEMBLY could have a chance celebrate Thanksgiving
homestead at tbe head of the Hardware Tinware Glassware
TO CARRY for Crockery
I Corcoran Day-and Its time-honored bird years, ::
(' Bldg., ,. Halifax river, built him a house, cleared ,
;(iI' Washington/ D, C. the land and set out an orange grove the turkey.; I and are about as low as It Is possible to

..' lie Darned III* home. Number Nine Ati<'. Archdeacon D. F. Brown held service I jet them. Harness and Stoves.
." \. Rested to him In J.: 'Holland's:, ; Seven: In St. Gabriel's Episcopal church- In the Our bo iklets, Rent on application, will\ ,

: I Oaks and beautified his surroundingswith morning.The give ranch Information about DllrOur Stock Is' Complete and, We Can Fill Orders Promptly.
> Motor Co. .weather was delightful/ and hunting -
r Rockaway such exoellent taste that Number \ and LI.ro: : Xn.en.a.ran..oo.Cootaloa : : .
Nine became one of the most attractiveof :, sailing, rowing, riding driving
!, helped to while the time for tables of rates terms
the objective 'points away some ages, ,, Jas. Pritchard.Soda
'" ,' ''i. ItOCKAWAY IlEACJrt, N. Y. by Ormondes many winter visitors. frequented of our people. conditions eta. .

I: It Is not necessary here to recall Mr. Tue oompanlea'represented are solvent,,
reliable and liberal. Postofflce Box 212
Bacon's many admirable characteristics, DEATH OF MRS. 'P. S: TITUS. ,

. I j $4 2.$:i ii among them his always hearty greeting, O. JS.TITUSVILLE. Soh1y1or.. Titusville: : ., '- F orld.a.::

i I I.; .)/.. ol!!*. cheery word of encouragement, and his We regret to have to chronicle the FLORIDA.
" good companionship. Those who knew
, ( Io'ltod.Florida' .
Correspondence .
death
of Mrs. Pierre 8. Titus, at her
] will
'e "" ever remember the dull hours he
., \ brightened and the. home In South Titusvllle, at 1 o'clock on
his FLORIDA
strong COLLEGE
AGRICULTURAL
.,' < ; example Inspired. courage Monday morning. Deceased hail been ,
. 111 for time with
II some past typhoid fever
,'1'" DESTROYED FIRE to which she dually succumbed leaving Magazine, Lake City Florida.

.'"I' n husband and four childrenand father,
.
r* ...I1UILDERS OF... mother and slater to mourn her sad loss Eighteenth, Year Beginning Sept. 30, 1901

The Hallway, \ Hospital at St. Augustine / Mrs. Titus had lived in Titusvllle for Four courses of four years, In Agriculture; Mechanical Engineering;! Latin
i Gasoline Launches and Motors was destroyed by fire early Wed. many years hnvlogcome here from Kentucky Science, Classics. One ;year's course in Business, stenography Typewriting and
with bur parents, Mr. and Mis.Martin. An Illustrated Literary I Monthly A of those whitIng
I IC neiraay morning entailing a loss of near Telegraphy. preparatory course one or two years, as required, for
The most perfect, economical and easily ly $10,000, covered by Insurance. The She: was always a kind neigh; to prepare for the College. Post-graduate courses are also offered.
handled<< motor made. Two hours In. conflagration; was confined to the east hart and bad mituy friends In town, who Young men under military discipline. Young women under refining home Influence .

struotlon Is all that Is needed.. Powerful wing and the main roof far nearly half spoke of her In tbe highest terms, and : at Foster Hall. Tuition free to Florida students. Other expenses very

cheap and durable '()ur agent Joseph an hour, and during this time all the patients who sympathize with her family their ,ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. small. Fine modern buildings/ and first-class equipment. ;

Ilauer, will be la Titusvllle during week twenty-four In number were comfortable bereavement. Deceased was only 25 For catalogues. address
I of and while she realized >vi I
commencing Dec. Olh, afterwards visit- removed to the lit: Coast Rail. years age; her T. H. TALIAFERRO, C. E.. Ph D.,
condition when
hopeless the end
? log towns further Houtn. Will have way warehouses, and nearly all the furniture came -
launches on exhibition and would be and 11 xlures was saved. she passed. away peacefully" and happily. Address President.

I pleased to meet or hear from Interested The loss to building furniture and flx The Interment took place at LaGrange

Y parties. Address, urea Is covered by Insurance held the cemetery on Tuesday morning about 11 .
by O. D. PUBLISHER.
Archdeacon B. F. Brown ; ACKKRLT JOHN. B. UNIVERSITY.
I JOSEPH a. m officiating. STETSON
,, BAUER, Florida East Coast Railway Company. .
The funeral attended the' !
was ; by
Care ADVOCATE, . Titusvllle, Fla. The bulldlugoost about 17,0(10( and furniture husband and Mr.\ U. T. Titus well Jacksonville Florida.
as asmany '
and Hxtures *3,(>00. Tbe buildingwas / . DeLand Florida. .\
friends uf the decoa.ed.The .
Special Discount to Boat-builders. destroyed the word .
,
except negro ,
pallbearers Dr. J. M. Dixon Courses
were of beaS,4\merloan Institution
and great deal of furniture and fixtures Study are equivalent to t.b088'of the

1 1s Including Instruments and drugs, wore. and Messrs. John R. Walker, Fred A. Building and equipment cost more than $250,000. f6 ,OOO will.be added to tin
Losley F. J. Webb G. F. .Duren and
Notice Application, for Permit saved Robt, Jlbb.Martlag. plant during tie coming year. Tbe University Includes the following department:, j

i To Sell J II"OrVlne: CHURCH 1 ,: Law, College/ Academy,.Normal and Practice School, Music,.Art, Builneiu. i

ii M and Deer. of Mr. If stehlnson.A "Graduates of the Law Department are admitted to practice In tbe courts d |
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Florida without examination.For .
Her. A. C. Strdefleld will D. V., preach newlf married couple-Mr.and U.... I I
NOTICK1H I1RRRRY: !: GIVEN THAT D. S. Uutohloson-arrived In town from catalogue address the president,
PUHLIO .. next Sunday at Hardevllte at 10 a. m., r
HILUKKm hM ftl.
with the Hoard
t2 oftlonntylommm.lunereofnr.vedlCnur and at City l'ulntat :J p. m. All are Boston, a few days ago., Mr. Ilutchloson. J. F.., FORBES. I
1 ty. in the Sean! of Florida, hll application for arnllit Invited. formerly owned the Indian River hotel
+ to Mil llquon. wtnm and bwirlil KlMttoii: and has been coming to Titusvllle\ from +a I Iir .
I
I;: the ,
K .
sold, Services In Presbyterian Church
No. V of County and Snits| thai lie
N. J. for bad
Mnh annlloatlon will I he aotml Trenton many years :
on by the Mid next Sunday Praachlng/ at 11 a. m., WARREN FITCH.
OommlimtiMitirii their been a widower for several years, but on
lkar.iorotntnty al nnmlregular :
......cln.. wnloli will !>. hold' on the flr.l and 7:13: p. m.ISond'a{ school at 0:4,1 a, ,. Tuesday, the 10th Instant he decided
t. TtiMday In IMMHinlMir, A.l>. Hint, at II o'olmik 'In m.j| Christian Endeavor at 3:30 p. m. take himself another and Dealer In= ,
unto
the aftvrnooa of said I h.r.liy twin upon say sadden of molt KlwitlonIXntrfot Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold 1)1- united In the holy bonds of matrimonyto HIDES, FURS, ALLIGATOR SKINS, BEESWAX, TALLOW, ETC., ETC |
who ropy diwlr to do 10, u>iliow oaum, vine service at St. Gabriel's church, Titusvllle Miss Marie Glbney, a popular spinster r rNn Make me

,r:, liilt 1C any of Mid tlntr.lw.al at !ur.l, why the minli Mid |n.xt> rnilt'regular diall not inmit ben on Sunday morning, Dec 1st. of Boston. The wedding took place at 1 P. O. Box' 36... your.shipments., Prompt. Attention.- Florida.
| .nl.d. to the Mid applicant.By Also wl St. Mark's church! Cocoa, at 7 ,. the Boston residence of the bride cousin , y.rr/ L Jacksonville,

f.t ordnr of Ih. Hoard of county. ComnlMlon.n o'clock p. m. Mrs. Mason\ and the nuptial knot was -- ----.--... -- -
of lirevprdlbuntr1 rlortde.This i PLANT GOOD CHEER
tied the Kev. Mr. Grosse.
the flub day of November. A. l>. 1 11I1'. by
J (!Seal! ) JOIIM It. WALKKIt.Uualrinan A New llullilln fur Tl u.vlll.. After receiving bea"y'oongrlltulatJ"lM 10' the hearts of your guests. Regale SEEI> S.
.1' of tli. Hoard of tloiintv Ooniuilulonsrt from relatives and friends the, happy lour friend. withWINES .
.: ; 11 ,llravard tX>unty, Via Walker pair started on their bonmoon trip to .
.' Mr. John R. one of our AND LIQUORS
- - prosperous
Florida; and bore they are In Titusvllle. ONION--White
I_ WANTET-.lever l l'srnn.of hharactor andrvpiiMtion and popular merchants, whose basking In the beautiful sunshine of Indian from our stock and they will have ample and Red Bermuda.
.-, nl In wioh HMt(on* In thin coun.I advertisement, bidding for a share of rea.ae0 pleasantly remember their
,rwniifr.il) to ntpmrnnl and advmtU.I old M- River, and looklnir a. happy as
be found
.i'r. : ; "lthy bunlniwi hon.of mild anon.rl.lstaedlnr. )mir patrooaIIJ/ on our turtle doves. Wo acknowledge! a ear visit. Our
l payable Ci.wtnaly.wlthexpena.: : 8th page, has found his business Increasing ant call from tho bride and groom and HOLIDAY GOODS GENUINE Imported Stock Just Received. Finest Strains of Garden Seed"
aildttlonal, "I l .. .
In oiuih wHV.dn idi>yfllraot so rapidly that his present store Is
from head "ftl.... H.....and oarrlllJte fur- tendered our congratulations. have been selected with the
. not large enough to bold his big stock of greatestare Florida Seed Rye and 1)0
k "..b.d. when n_..,. Rnf.nanOM. .,;..01.... and we have a superb line to select Day Oats. Georgia Rye. Texas Oats. Barley.
.lf--a.ldre..d.tpmp.d.u."elope. Manager. lid l dry: goods and furniture. In eonaequeuce
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.Vtlon HulMlDit,".tall...... W lM of this be has dacldod to build a brick; A Mont Carlo at MI. from. /B3T dend: for Catalogue.

store next to E:. I.. Brady & llros.store 'bbe Our prices cannot fall to please ;you.
\ It Is to be UOxUO ft., which will give him The following en sent to the They. make buying easy.Hampers L. CAMERON. The Seed Store
lYedding ADVOCATE from New York and we
Btntloiiery. : publish for
packed shipment to die-
ample room. Mr P. J, Hall has the 125 '
It for the of Miami East Bay Street.
contract and men hove. been at work amusement our ant frlenda. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.
I
.I' : realtors: ")t ddle liurke tha book maker
weer ,
The ADVOOATM having received a nice thin clearing the.
' around: 'prepare.Wry ROBT. L. MOTLOW
has stated that. he had entered' ,
lot of the latest type and stationery, lei to laying the foundation lawlan.
I nership with Tom Costlgsa TITUSVILLK and COCOA FLA.TITUSVILLE'S .
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now prepared to execute on short notice The Olibxc Stace.cl.
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Olive to start an American Monte Carlo
Wedding Invitations
',' Announcements -The Clyde tine Steamship Go's at Miami Fla. They recently purchasedthe _'.
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.. .: orders.ATALTOX. agency la at the ADVOCATE office, Tttusvtll . old Fort Dallas tract of twentyfiveacres r-

*, where you can secure reservations* from Mrs. Julia Tuttle, of Cleve The> following are the times of arrival : : .. ..6.. ZBoiors: cSs Cc.:
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'" one ---- land. Suitable t'lnbuildings\ are now aad departure of passenger trains to and ,
CALKING TOOL Is house for Sale. ,being erected) and'a-one-mtl track will from Titusvllle:

the best things for boa btllirten and laid out. The racing will be held during SO TIt MOTTO.Lsars I GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS ;
'i r yachtsman; price ....011 and '3.00 each A nine room house, finished January February' and March. The trio TttusvUl tor M 1..1 S:M p.ts.rottrwenexs .I .1
i f! j." . For sale- at Jed .Prltchard Sou's., and In good condition, locate near the of sporting men are spending .7 ,OOO Incarrying tatmnwllat* paintJ.at :
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t' Tltosvllle Fls.. court house on the corner of Palm and out their project. They are .. I It.a. .- d Flour Grits. Meal and Fertilizer
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iI ,. arRea"h: notice ads. on this, page M. U. DOIMOX: after the final of the year." >How is this TttMVtlt tor "' a ,:CIIS.... LHna 112 East. Street, JACKSONVILLE. FLAAgu. -
, .t.' are live cents per live per week. \ 3m ,.-, Tltusvllte Fla. for truthfulness? Arrives TtMnvlUs from Sanford . 1sop., I forPnrin Feed. "
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