East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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October 23, 1903
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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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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NEWS -Mr. T. J. Shave, tan Qallle's tnpentlne -Dr. B. R. Wilson went to Oak JIm, Sheriff Jos. P. Brown has been 00 WELFARE OF THE STATE. AMONG THE HOTELS. \

OCAL operator, was a visitor In Tltuvllle Tuesday on professional business the sick list the past week. We hope be -

last Sunday. after will boon be himself again The "Union Label," a newspaper I ITampa 19 The A nvooATic Is now on file at all
Master Sam Vanlandlngham,
Topics of General Interest t. -October 13th will be opening day of spening a few Titusville, retui -Mr. T. B. Hicks, of Sebastian, a former printed In the Interest of orgy the host hotels New York city I

J. M. Sanders''new Millinery and Dree turned to Miami last Saturday.Mr. resident of Titimvllle, Is spendingfew a (seed labor, In Its Issue of Oct. 3, oontalr Where to stop along the East Coast. f r. .

TIlE ADVOCATE, making Parlors at Cocoa, Fla. days visiting In town. the following article under the tltli'The See list of hotels on page 7. .'
S. W. Moody of Daytona lor. "
Welfare of the State :
|l 1.50 per annum, In advance.'. Judge D. L. Gaulden paid a visit to mealy a resident of Titusvllle, was a visItor : -Mr. James Motlow, who has been on There should be no conflict betwee Mr. Leland Sterry, manager of the Hotel

|l.OO r six months, countries. his family at UoT.nnd last Sunday, returning hero last Friday and Saturday.DON'T a visit to Winchester and Mulberry, Toineasoo the mechanic and the employer. )<'or Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr, Pa., loft on I I ,

|i.OO: per an. to foreign to Tltusville on Monday. Wadde returned to Titusville yesterday people to teach such doctilue Is c ntl'l"y October 7th for Europe, where he will '
Eon Bubscribe for the ADVOI be spend six weeks. touring France In a motor
LATES' to civilization. It seems to a popi
Improved IN
you not cost -Mrs. T. J. Shave, of Eau Gallie, wall Miami, If you want to buy DRESSMAKING
It does you fad in to loudly de-< oar. Mr. Leland !Hterry: will represent
I fir8tdlllRareMlllllaker.\ Pi lar some quarters
theryear Included. a passenger on Saturday's uorthboun or unimproved lands. Prices to Bult: styles by a '
I Den postage train en route to DeLand for a few day all parties.Mr. Dee most reasonable at J. M. :landers:: claim against capital, to vilify\ corpora his brother at the Breakers, Palm
BB BUT COAST ADVOCATE Is ont Cocoa, Fla.) dons, and to question the Intentions of Beach, this winter, as usual "
tandll at fly REMEMBER E. A. WADDELL MIami H. C. Sparkman, who spent a classed We
the following news- those who are as capitalists. Mr. H. W. Hancock, who formerly) conducted
| copy : Is the man to go to. if you'want few days In Tltusvllla last week Is now -Mr. J. B. Conrad, of Glenwood, Fla, propose to analyse this proposition nn,1 the Riverside Hotel at Green

115vll1e-8.per R. Wilson A Son. a good Grove, Pineapple Plantation or employed the Seabreeze printing offioe passed through Titusvllle the first of the to get at the truth. Take the State of Cove Springs, Fla., and the Abbey at St. {'
o week route to Ooteen to attend to 1"1-,
ksonvillo\ -Duval hotel. Vegetable Farm. at Seabreeze.::: en Florida example. Twenty-live yens Augustine, has removed to Jacksonville,

II Qrlvot News stand. Judge/: A. I>. Penney was called I to WAIT AND SER MY LARGE AND business matters. ago It was an undeveloped wilderness; and will\ conduct! the Travelers' Hotel, '

Jacksonville, Tuesday, to meet his par up-to-date Invoice of millinery iiitrimmings -We are sorry to hear of the Illness of property had no value; no Industrial er- having purchasod the louse and furniturefrom l

Roading notice ads. are ten cent ner, Colonel Williams\ where they had October 15th. J. M. Seders Mr. O. K. Wood, at Cocoa. Dr. 1<:. E. lerprlsos The East Coast from Augui Mis. Nellie Garcia. Mr. Hancock

Due on this page. some legal business. Cocoa, Fla.Mr. Rollins, of Titusvllle, hits boen called to tine to the present Palm Beach, war ai- expects to make several extensive Improvements -
see him almost every day this week. most a blank so far as improvement i III In the Travelers, which will
has added to his !gen Mis. and Mr. Clarence C. T. of Eldrod who of the
.II. Sanders Mjers son, McCarty, concerned The life of the wHo be renovated for tho winter
insinesn, Millinery and Dressmaklnifoa Myers, of Palatka, who were guests at wentto Iowa the first of Septemberaccompany I to -J. )L Sanders has secured the set average cracker was H life of dredger

Fla. tbe home of Mr, and !Mrs. K. L. Brad; his son, Brain, to collog vices of a Brat class dressmaker and mil and toll and humiliation.\ \ The linn season.

A. A. Stewart l left Tl'le In Titimville, for several days, left c was a passenger on Sunday's southbmui liner to take charge of his millinery anti, hunted and fished; the child grew up I In The prospect for an Immense tourist

-ouotyClcik Pierce to atItlie Tuesday for their home. train, returnlnborne./ dress making business at Coooa, Fla Ignorance, and the whole State was an travel during the winter was never so
for Graham
Monday good as now.II\ r. H. proprietor
political picnic.IVADDEI.I" -Mr. and Mrs. Tom Johnson, of Ia- -Miss Lillian Geiger; and Miss AlepMimn -Circuit Court will convene In Titus Immense cow pasture. Henry M. !Flan of tho Hotel Biscayne, Miami, was
tbelr In the Tltiisvlllo High villa next Monday, Judge M. S. Jone lor cnme-and saw-nnd conquered .At
last from teachers
real estate Orange, returned Friday vanlshet recently heard to say "I have never
choice ,bits of ran visit to New York nnd New Jersey. They School.spent from Friday afternoon until presiding. The docket Is small, and 1Is las mnglo touch the wilderness had so many letters of Inquiry and for

ier, ball some him. report having had an enjoyable time, but Sunday afternoon at :Malabar, the expected that court will only last i a and prosperous homos appeared. At the reservation of rooms at this season
for sale. Call upon the touch of his mnglo town
ate ate glad to get back to Indian River guest of Miss Eddie Geiger, few days. For the finger desolation\ of tin seimou of the year as I am now receiving <'I

Ir. John henry, of TItnsvllle, Bie -Look at your name and date sill, -Mr. and Mrs. O, L. Keene, well -Mrs. L. It. Docker and, grandson, sprung unbroken up.forests lie exchanged the humor Almost every mall brings new applications
county's efficient: Treasurer, was ;a who Master Charles Gruber pasned througl and they are coming from nearly :
and If you owe us for your subsrrlptlokindly known residents of Jacksonville, mighty Industries. Fertile farm
rln West Palm Beach the first ortk. send it along There ls no us e have been on a trip to England and Ireland Tltnsvillfl\ last Saturday en routo to their): took the place of the cow pasture, IIItbe all sections of the North. We shall open

for us tii send out bills, as the name and spent some time In Boston and New borne at West Palm Itenrh, after upend bound North and South Florida to the Itlsouyne on Nqvembnr 15th, and ,

ttorney Geo. M. Robbins, of Titus date slip on every paper: or wrapper show York on their return to the United State log the summer In Now Turk and Penn get her with bonds of steel, the East CoasRailway. several parties" have engaged. rooms for

van a visitor in Jacksonville the< the date to which you are paid. They will leave to-day, Friday, for Jaolsonvllle sylvania. And Influence did not top that date. f

f last week, teturningto Titusvllliiiestlay. The East Coast Lumber & Supply Co, via Clyde steamer Arapahoo. -Mr. J. N. Wailer, of Tltusvllle, wai here. '),ho towns established by his fertile There Is no longer any doubt that the #' l

wishes thut have soo -Capt. O. C. Bourne, commander of a visitor In Indlanola the first of the brain and generous!; hand gave prom New Breakers, Palm Beach, will be ready
to they
TIlE LARGESTk Goscti Club's fleet of boats who ball week having gone to see his mother, tee of new life to those settlers of the by February 1st, the time set by the East ;
LL OPEN UP cured the service ot Mr. Oeo. T. Canaveral Coast Hotel for tbe opening of
01( millinery and trimming; to take charge of their turning department just paid a visit to the officers of tbo who, on Saturday, fell and dislocated her i woods. Their wives and children are nt this magnificent Company hostelry. Nearly 701)

ib of .fncktonvlile on October 15tb i and that they will be able to tak Walton Self-Locking Block Co., Boston, hip. We are glad to report that she III, longer slaves direct of monotonous communication drudgery.with men are working o'n the building, and as '
Thrown Into
J, M. Sanders, Cocoa, Fla.. I any orders for this class of work, and says he will be In Tltunvllle about the resting well. other people, they have taken on a new soon as electric Tights can secured and 0
fill more promptly.A first week in November. C pt. Bourn I HAVE SECURED THE SERVICE!: finish be commenced the
eo, (" P. Lovell, who has been aeCsuperintendentof enthusiastic over the working life, and whore Before was only hopelesi the Interior can r
the Clyde Line, party of distinguished politician was quite kinds of self lockin of a first-class dressmaker and inllllnei life, now exists a new life giving promise contractors' will put on a night force.
of the different from one of the largest cities In tin The fact that the hotel Is to be ready for ,
knonvllle, has been appointed su were passengers,:: on Monday's sou thboun blocks the fine sheave bloc) of abundant fruitage To convert a wilderness -
indent, vice John L. Howard, deI train en route to the Fort Pierce picnic -including North, to take charge of my mllllnerj\ Into homes of respectable, law guests during the season of 1IK>1 will bo

I, In the party were Governor William 8. Probably not many of the ADVOCAT and dressmaking! department. J. M.... abiding citizens Is to shed a halo arollmltbe good news to the thousands of people In

of tin Jennings, HODS. John N. Stockton::: \\. readers are aware of the fact that I\Ir. Sanders, Cocoa, Fla. wholo human race. And does It detract all parts of the United States, as well as

nal. IV Bank B. Bnrnett of Jacksunvllle, president dirt II. Ellis\ Frank Clark James E. Broom Joseph Jefferson, the far famed actor, I la -The colored campmeetlng which bas one Iota from the glory of these other countries, who are annually entertained ,

eulay Oct. 21 11)03.) Mr. Barnett, and Alfred St. Clair Abrams.Mr. president of the Artists' Auxiliary, a been In sesHloii on their grounds. southwest achievements to say that It was corpora at beautiful I'alm Beach
well known society of prominent nrtisti P Not at 1111.) Fuller man tc
until thou
of Titusvllle will continue money Commonwealth
who Hotel Somerset ave.,
Din tha banking business In Eugene Randall, of Boston, : ,
( residents Tltusvill Recently a grand reception was Monday There has been quite a crowd orcnnl/.w labor than llonry M r. Kliiglui (lull ton, Is loully the finest, up-to-date
s.r ,
Is known to
many and Miami has, Mr. Jefferson, by the Artists' Auxiliary, In attendance, and It Is expected that never lived, and tho Union of Piilrn hotel In the city, and Is. managed by that 1
Goo, 11. Rumpb, manager; of Euty'i Eau Gallie, Palm Beach weeks beon in ,Montreal of Chicago;,nnd, ua usual, Mr. JetTerco their will be several hundred/ more hers Keach can bar testimony to this statement well known hotel man, Mr. Alfred S. !

store nt Miami, wait a passen- for the past few wheieholsabout, to made one of his witty speeches Mi to-moriow and Mundny.NO'r ready at all times to moot them Amer, who Is ably assisted by Mr. Ed. '

Tuesday's northbound train or Canada, marry and; Jefferson expects to beat Palm Beach and discuss matters of Interest I to both. ward U. irabow and ?red f,. White.
to New York, where he goes to charming young widow Friend of Randall\ In December-after he has visited hi. WHAT WE SAY, BUT WHATwe What FUglur: wail to the East Const, This palatial hotel covers an are; of
oulture. Congratulation, New Orleans. do. We cin convince you that our
lurglcal operation performed. plantation near Plant wall to the West Coast. With *-.0,0110 square feet, and commands an excellent e
-Mr, C. S. Ballot and Miss\ Blanch' store Is the place to leave your money generous hand he spent' his money, and : and St.
the 'ark
'ours Fisher Ames and A. 'r. liar -The Clyde steamship Apache Is not New goods. arriving dally. No cross view of Funway '
Bimton, who are well known tc Ballon, of Boston, arrived In Tltiinvill carrying large number of passenger words$ looks In our establish many a Union man In Tampa owes his Ulaik's rivers. It Is located In the heart :
residents Tltusville and other on Monday of last week and expect to from New York to Jacksonville (.'apt. or We sour need J. home to the start In life given him by of Boston's fashionable district, and offers )
along Indian River will probably spend tbe winter at Minis, their forme Wm. J. Staples the commander of tbe your Henry Plant 1 ; for'any man who gives another attractions of the highest order. Y
Walker & Co. Titusvllle.Mr. .
the county town of Brevard this home Miss Itallou, accompanied by :Mr Apache, Is quite popular among the travellng I continuous work at fair pay gives The house Is beautifully furnished j
winter Phillip Roberts, were pleasant callers at public, and does all he can to malt Allan N. !Medd, who went up to him a start In life. And these are not throughout, the entire ground floor Is )

the ADVOCATK office List Friday. Wire It pleasant for those sailing on his fine, Palatka from Tltusvllla six months ago the only millionaires who have contributed utilized for the entertainment of Its pa ,

r, Stephen .;. Foster, one of Jack- Indebted to Mr. Roberts for a few up-to-date steamship; while Purser Tuttle to superintend the transferring of the to the upbuilding of the State la Crone; all the rooms are conveniently are

''e'l prumlnont lawyers, was In Bos- fine grapefrtlt which be left us. is here, there and everyevery, looklni Tanlo Acid Factory at that place to all sections of the commonwealth are ruuged and telephones, electric lights,

few days ago, enjoying a visit with G. Weld of Boston Informs after the comfort of the passengers, ao< Miami, arrived Titusvllle Wednesday, tributes to the patriotism of these peo- steam heat, open /fire places and elevator.
J, 0 Walton and wife. Mr. Foe -Dr. Chas. that, he will\ be the doing all in his power to make these: to visit his friends a few days before ple, and snarl of agitators Is drowned In ire among tbe equipments of the Sorrier-
*gone to Ohio and other States on the ADVOOATB l'tIhcmiln his boat the hum of machinery and blast of whis decorated and
Canaveral Club this winter trips between New York and Jacksonville going on to et. The ball room Is fj j
mm\! trip, and expects to return to first arrival at Colonel, Chas. P. enjoyable ones. tie The doctrines of discontent now Furnished In the style of Louis XV, and 4 :a I II 1
by Mr. O. V. Rogers, traveling
mvllle' in a week throughout the countiyIs t
or so.PJit. being preached said to bo the /finest hotel ball room In .
f ftbe
Colonel'Horton, who resides at of the D. 1'. Weir Paint Co., of
Horton Miss Daisy Brady returned to Titus born of the of man and Is the
envy United State. There Is also a I'
James Pritchard, president of Bourne, was la Boston the other day.Dr. vllle last Friday,from her summer's vhf St. Louis, was In Tltusvllla yesterday In product, the dearly beloved anarchism.m. 1'I j

'Han' River State Bank Tltusville, Weld did not come south last winer In Orleans, Ind., and Oberlin, Ohio, ant the Interest of Ids tlrm. From here he The alas of people who go about spreadng I er Iv ball also room.noticed An that AnvocATarepresentaa the main entrance I t

rt Tuesday, for Lytbia Springs, : ss be was busily engaged having the was warmly greeted by her many friends went to Eau Gallie, thence to West Palm disorder, sowing dlssensltlon, Is the : pink : Y i
Here he goes to spend a few weeks. Jnishlng touches put to his recent erect Braonlng ol Reach and Miami. Ha will take a short sell, tbe corridors, green parlor,
Friday evening, Manager ;:la*" who never were property owner mrlor red parlor and other rooms are '
rmcbard has not been well for residence. socln recreation at Miami fishing$ boating, etc. !
'1 id palatial the Opera House tendered her a ind never will be, and they are a men- tlflgantly furnished; while the banquet

of chief clerk at Hotel hibiscus, al was attended by her numerous friends, -Mr. Frank Grummet, of Meadow This Is the most prosperous country on oem, palm room smoking room, library,

>jorj harry Hartley and Capt. Palm Beach, last winter, and has alst It was quite an enjoyable affair to tin Brook, N. Y., one of the ADVOCATB'M (Srth, and we have all the freedom we (;entlemcn's cafe, ladles' dressing rooms, .

p, tone. of the Ancient and ield a similar position with the Seminole lovers of the Terplscorean art. During valued subscribers, arrived In Tltusvlllayesterday Are entitled to.Ve are free to work Hjrfroomn eto., etc., will\ hear oomparl-

ruble Artillery Company, of Do,,- hotel, West Palm Beach, the past sum an Intermission delightful refreshments nUIl..d"1, from Sanford and free' to play, free to ID.truct-o be In. ion with those of any hotel In the United

", the> thanks of the EAST COAST ner, lost his life In the destruction of( were served, consisting of claret puncl departed on the southbound train, two itiucted; free to worship or revile; free Hates The Somerset Is, undoubtedly, a {

"*, for courtesies extended to he Spencer residence, on Lake Worth,, and various kinds of cuke. hours later, for various points on the to laugh or sigh. The very fact that tcBiitlfully fitted and furnished hotel, ,

entatlves In Barton, during the >iy fire last week. The cause of tbe lire -Miss Evelyn Carter, daughter of Sli East Coast. This Is Mr. Crummet's first hese> human buzzards are permitted to md the owners made a wise selection In i

f the Honourable Artillery 'Com- s unknown, but Mr. Spencer awoke wit! Gilbert Carter, governor of the Bahamas, trip: to Florida and ha says he Is very ipread their pernicious doctrines-tha'ery ppolntlng Messrs. Amer, Grabow and ,
""'London. a feeling of suffocation and barely es- who has been the guest of Mrs. llartmai highly pleased with the "Land J'low- fact that they are free to try to dlii- White to look after Us Interests. Mr; }

l e Florida East Coast Railway has I aped with Ms life. The charred re- Kuhn, at her summer residence at Lenox, Ira," and Is looking for a place that suits hub the serenity of the country, Is a Irsbow was formerly one of the staff/ of t

,a new folder of the Penlnsu- I aalosof Ir. Zentis were found In the Mass., for several weeks, li now In Ron- his fancy to locate permanently on, rlbute to our freedom and the march the Hotel Alouznr St. Augustine, and
i"* maP Is rooking ruins. ton, staying with Mrs. Kuho, on Commonwealth M h* Is l only off on a two week's vacation of Industrial development will\ not be retarded his bouts of friends will be glad to learn 4

Pllbll, >i.whlch In very complete, N. late In- avenue. Mis* Carter wall now. He will return to New York next by these obstructionists. hat he now assists In managing one of
a convenient form. Admiral Grlnnell, U. S. It Is to Mr. Flsgler's Interest to develop States.'ha .
the bright and particular star at week. the finest hotels In the United
aeial7nashow5 the route of the peotor-general of the Imperial Japanese tbe resources of the State; It Is to our in.Brest this hotel Wednesday .
held at tbe Long at ,
way and the ex- expects to sail on the Clyde steam- tbe: tennis tournament -The wood working shop of the East to develop the resources. of the banquet 8 ,.
from' Navy, wood Cricket club. As usual, during/ the Ight, given by the Honourable Artillery f
Miami Jack- Co. which ,
to Cape Sable. The New York to 3oast Lumber & Supply was i
Apache, from State It Is to our Interests that they and ,
hip will\ visit Palm ; of L lon! to the Ancient :,
)" Is Miss Carter 'n< ,
winter season, ompsny
"evcnty-clght miles. The onville. on Monday, the 2 itartad by yearsgo hould ha developed. Where, then, I.the Is of Boston, 1 j
fen where she Company
Miami always lonorable Artillery
draws the been several Beach In a small shop ,
adjacent Islands who has as an experiment,
Interests fie not
Admiral, conflict of can
The there j
affair being 'I
the host of friends. As villa ras a magnificent ,
neets a machines has developed In
Peninsula aDd OccidentalD wife at their home near two a
but what
reeks with his dollar In circulation we Walton
a J. O.
1 Issue of the bout 60O resent. Capt. if
PO; In previous
In Miami titjoin exclusively wonderful They have 1 1and
be true
paoy K. I., will soon the benefit/ of It. You It returnsa lIavlll
Newport, Miss Carter's father recently get say Mr. Chas. H. Walton, of Tit e, s '
which ADVOCATE, to Increase the size of
ut and Yra. J. E. Lanollptte for his pleasure yacht, Gypsy, American lady-MU* Uer- found It necessary Mm with Interest Not before we were among the fortunate /guests at Ho- '
dents of out of commisiiion since his departure narrle an the shop, to JO 100 feet, and are now op"rating ba.e had share of It and when be j
Titusvllle\ a very baa been Grinuell rude Parker, one of Boston's most popular machines and our ; tel Somerset on the above memorable oo- "
dinner at their residence on :St.:: for tbe north. Admiral ten different em- dds Interest to the principal, and Inter- clUlloD-One of the grand events In the
I residents
world However with all
h the
considerably over >loylng six men. for fore
travelled much the better us,
'teetBo.ton hall, eat again, so
few of Boston.
a evenings Istory _.
service. lIe Is this they find It difficult to
oven Were laid for ten, and at and has seen much active equipment must invest It to get any returns from Tb office staff of the Hotel SomersetIs ; >>
and a with their order Eau Galllas
Oardner' Flyers.
elusion' souled gentleman, keep up Unit.witirthese '
: of dinner, theguests were a $genial, whole- It. Stoparoaking. pee as follows: Alfred S. Amor, manager; .
: TheAdmiral !is a to be congratulated on having a plant
sod sod allpull
have spend
with all-fellow-well-met. who to ,
vocal pie money R.Grabow. assistant manager;
and Instrumental Edward
', Ht. Botolphlub Tablets ink, writing paper, pens, rul.,.. of this kind. f
citations, etc, which Pleasantly member of the exclusive last, be black: and colors together for the good of the state. Fred L, White, ssistant manager; I". M.
'say the time until nearly mid Boston, where, on Friday Crepe hat paper tool, handy 41)< els. Edwards, room clerk and cashier; F. O. ,
handle sets !
Among the Titusvllle royally J. Titaavillen Hollow For Sale. assistant cashier W. H. IL. Laws, 1
"Mn., Lanouette guests of Chas. H. Walton, of Cloth "Foxy Grandpa," "Morodora," PUBLIC SPEAKING. Flnney, ;

6Walton were Capt. and and Mr. ------- Gold bond" Table and Berry Hets.Cutlcura. Pineapple plants for sale. Apply to, i night Clerk. "
Mr. Chu. II. Walton ---
01150 Walton. Hard Times? Rose, Glycerine. Tar Hoaps. tf J, W. Snouts, Georgians Fla. I There will be public speaking In TI. For tent or Lease. ,
Who Sahl C.! A. OARDXKM, TItnsvllle, Fla. tasvllle\ tonight: Friday Oct. 2:1, at 7 -

date laan o'clock p. m., In the Opera House. Tb* small boardinghouse ) 1
to a
w with us. Up Cottage for ICent. The Thomas cottage,
Cheap of .
Hut No sign Wanted. will xldresn the Democratic
Uow Good lines. We will! :meet; any Sealed IJId following speakers centrally located In the town of
,our many & Co. voters of TltusvllI; lion W. A fin. opportunity for the right
J. R. Walker A 13 furnished cottage on Barton Cocoa.
>petition. I will\ received by John 1C room J. N. C. Stockton
Scaled bids S. Jennings Hon. ,
eonslentalm. No time to dls- Ave. Rockledge, for rent for the winter. party. Apply to, MR*. M. A. THOMAS! ,
re pmpetltore Walker, chairman of tbe Board of Count candidates for U. H. Senate; Hon. J. M. Cocoa, Fla. ,
lo Iblrts i Wear too busy Fischer Cottage For Kent. Commissioners of Brevard County, Apply to, Barre, lion. Chas. DODlZbert7.1.lion.. J...'

eta. the band clothing, IIntU noon of Nov. 2nd 19(13, for the fol10wlDI Or, Itockledge, Fls. E. Alexander, lion. Frank Clark, candidates Spring fur Sale. '
D New Haven Conn. Hulpluir
ww ,
f.i. \.a *: Co. 7 room house In Titusvllle;plenty pure { road work. Tbe Board reserves for Congress; lion. X. B. Brow -

,Titunllle. drinking water. Apply to, the right to reject any and all bids. : Ird, candidate for Governor; Hon. Al- The famous Avon Sulphur Springs located ..j
YOl1ng-c C. }o'. FucHKR, The public road from Indian River toagoon Boat Wanted-IIor*' for Bale. fred SU Clair Abrams, candidate for Attorney ae Avon. Livingston county. N. Y.

ke 2Onov3 Titusvllle, Florida.) River to be worked out as a General, and others. About one hundred acres of land Inched.log { .
-- second class road as often as needed 150 Large: family and work hors, will\ lake about twenty acres of beautiful park
each ten days fed grading to be done at a savannah as part payment good round bottom water and a first-
BI'Iod l'lblppenl fcents wlleka after or.f Wagons for Sale. At a low place In tbe road<< a toot bridge boat, 18 to :20 feet long, 6 to 7 feat wide, #20.OO ICeward. class five springs half mile of sulphur race track. Tbes*..prlDjlaprodoce
and 100 feet long to be soluble for engine; or will boy boat or -
,do bra made to E 1fIII haveonliand; .* large slock of three feet wide double Lost a bin speckled bound, which responds the finest sulphur water known.
Your drat I I now trueted. There Is also about | of a exchange: high grad buggy or address
egg yIe once con ,
: reward For particulars
horse wag- of Henry. $23
tire one- to name
.ODe tire and 3-Inch In the ro d.JOHX seated trap. Apply
pound 40 Inch mlle scrub grubbing CIIAPPOTIW,
ate C. rt.
.eeet p5 for head post be delivered atone,. B. WALKBB, W. R. HABncjt, will be given for his return to D. W.
sore that can X. Y.
lk n cent. on. tuum.. U 33 Exchange St., Rochester
i a" POI-I.TBT: FARM, R. E. )Tituaville\ Fla. balrman Board County Commissioners. Jensen, Fla. Monroe, TI

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F... .. ..............Sti and firm If, it la otherwise the atone DARK AND BRIGHT PICTURES Georgia Southern

or gravel crust 1 Is useless. In the preparation
"IMap. the Hen t..." W..... of the
of stone material a crushingplant Vpn and Down of Poultry U.......
I... very desirable. The plant &
elevator "You must take the bitter with the Florida Rails
should by all menus Include an -
a revolving screen and bins.. The sweet" Is un adage which holds true
less In the chicken buslnesii than In "Buwaneelthrr
screen should be perforated with holes no 9I 11"10?

of three different sizes, the first aboutan other walks In life. It Deems as though 1 i 0 I II'' Operates the

inch In diameter, the second two a goodly portion of the "bitter" has got DlxleiFly;
Into our cup recently In connection with LYU Schedule lu .11"1" .It",
Inches and the third three inches. Great ?? .",, |INe|
the brooder chicks. I wonder whether L
care should be exercised in selectingmaterials -
roads. The others have had a similar experience. Lv Palat.a.. .... hlxlu f/t/ "rIJ..;,
fQf'ltone practiceof I I I Lv JacknonvillwAr . '. ::1'11I t
using too soft, too brittle or rotten If BO, there will be a kindred feellu I Valdosta. .. .. mi"PHI :
ti )gN material on roads cannot be too severely All at we; began to find a good ArTlflon. ..... ..... .'" 12 a I*ain"IIID II

condemned. Rock for road building/ many dead chicks under the broodersIn ArCorclele.Ar .on.::: ".."..". '.".,.'."..... a t' IniiiXI a I 1
should be both hard and tough and the morning often two or three In C. 'an I
Ar Atlanta... ..... ... ...
each brooder. In looking about for a : MamWliiu
should by all means possess cementIngqua N. C. *: Bt L. I
Advertising In the mainspring 11 tI.... cause I started out with my thermometer ArChattanooga.: ... .", I
: |
ArNnabvllte..r ..... i I
one evening and found that under! M
of bunlnosH. It kf'eps the machinery After the stones have been separatedInto III. Cent. R. R.: 1"11 I

In motion and Uvulrt to three different sizes those of the some of the brooders It would run to 1 1bkhod ArBi.IxmlsAr ".. .... ... 2Itnl
110 degrees a couple'of Inches above Chicago I .,.. .II 1
profitable lH'ogl'eHII.-Georgo P. largest sIze should be spread for the 4t N. R.: R: -GnArl.oulsville.

Kowe.ll & Co.Rioomingdnle. foundation, and this course should be the floors. Here was a' cause with a ..-........ :3o ,

thoroughly and repeatedly rolled vengeance. I recalled at once an experience I e .+ Cincinnati.C. lit sit. I. R....R.. ..... :'. 7' 20:an un a/

I ron. of New enough; stone dust and spawls being I bad along this line a couple Ar Chicago ..... .. .. !elanm>

York spent $15,000 advertising added to fill the voids. The second of years ago. Train Solid from trains from oaaaketnatltaltOrth *

a special! Rule to lust one week.It course should be of one and a half One hot day In summer our hens trains an ing Palatka from ,'Rf'k''nt'II. ..ta

la said their profits on It Inch stone. This should be spread, were left shut up lu the houses all day. Local Sleopera on Ulxle f\\\ ', r'ral II, i fort
amounted to 25000. sprinkled and rolled and upon it should My Intention bud been In the morningto Young girls at r.malnlDIf Pullmao Lnnls depot 810el"1 until i {:din"ar.a. ,".

be placed Just enough screenings to fill leave them shut up till noon and vllle to 8t. via above rout.IriNUtM
. . . .r..r. of c.. on 11h1le Flyer train, I'llwate'
all voids and leave a smooth, Impervious then let them out. I went off to town, this period of life oat sleepers on8ameJTorBcbadulei train to al.o 1'1111'0"" .",,
and uniform surface. The rolling leave wordto change
Thin paper offer the r..t however, and forgot any
medium for .........nU,. and sprinkling should tie continued until that effect: I was unexpectedly detained their mothers and other .inli.nnaiinn' ,M,
.dvrrtlclnayour. banlnen. a firm, smooth surface'Is secured. In town until nearly night. I District Pa e.lAgt tvltilkRiyi, ;

Itaten a. low aui circulation Fine stone duet and screenings! are When I started out to gather the eggs invited OrC. B. RHODES "al'hllllvllle
are earnestly .
will w........ used upon the surface. They serve a ut night, I saw at once that there was len I'II..S. Att.( :, Slams. !In. *..*.

threefold purpose: ((1) They act as a trouble on band. It had been an unusually to write Mrs. ---

cushion to protect the road from heavy hot day, with tbe thermometer

truffle, (2)) they make a smooth and close to 100 degrees In the shade and Pinkham for advice all such letters
.. .. ; are
---- pleasant surfirca, and ((3) the fine particles those henhouses were like ovens. Manyof WQIiMSMo.t

OUR COUNTRY ROADS wash In and fill all the crevices, the hens were dead, and others were strictly confidential she has guided in

making a water tight crust or roof dying from the effects of the heat. I ; ,a ......-....-"
which protects the substructure. The dropped baskets and started hundreds of In Quantity. B..I t 18 Qu
my egg motherly
way young women ;
HOW THEY HAVE BEEN IMPROVED IN i foundation of _a properly constructed on a run to get them out into the fresh 'VV'EJJTE'S: :

VARIOUS STATES. I stone road Is as dry after, a heavy air. Some of the Hocks were affected and her advice is freely and cheerfully given.School
shower; na It is after a long continued .
more than others.! Those that hud! Cream.Vermifue

W.,.. and Mean Ailoptnl to secure dry spell. bushes growing about the houses Interfering days are danger days for American girls. !
Often physical collapse follows and it takes to tha .
Dotter Illichmay.a -Convict LaborIn DO YOU WANT BOO) HUSTLING REAL with the movement of what lit. years recover

the Roatb-acme Point. on I\o.d 4f estate agents endeavoring to dispose of tie wind there was stirring, seemed to lost vitality. Sometimes it is never recovered. Has Led all WORM Rercedi

Dulldluw.As 4.any property you may have for sale or be the worst. Some were dead, and Perhaps they are not over-careful about keeping their feet dry; EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED. I

it exchange If BO, send full particularsof others had lout the use of their legs. I through carelessness in this respect the monthly sickness is usually SOLD BY ALL DRUCCIM
a result of bad roads American" what have to I-. K. rendered very "severe., .w
you Benjamin, carried all such out and placed them In rna1S111D nr
farm life often becomes isolated and JJIIanovorton, 0.Hatehing. the content spots| I could find but to no Then begin ailments which should be removed at once, or they will t JAMES !. BALLARD ST. LO

barren of ninny social benefits und Duokllnntn. a\"n II. They were mostly dead next produce constant suffering. Headache, faintness slight vertigo, pains -

pleasure) *, and our country people lu When the morning. \Vtion I first discovered"them In the back and loins, irregularity of sleep ami appetite a tendency
begin to hutch let
communities suffer dlsad to avoid the society of others are symptoms all indicating that
Home great woman
r them strictly alone. Do not try to turn their eyes were still bright, but they KIDNEY DISEflSi
at hand.
Vantages, ambition being (checked education the' pipped sides up and above all do deemed to be paralyzed and could neither archenemy

hindered, energy weakened and not open the machine few hours stand nor walk. Those houses all Lydia IMiikham's: Vegetable! Compound has helped many a -
Industry parulyzwl. Every |possible effort to sec how they are getting along or bad an open window on the south side young their trials girl! 'over with this courage critical and With With it its they have use gone the through are the most fatd] of aU

should be made to develop it, love .show Inquisitive friends how cunning and an open door on the north side proper young
girl is safe from the of school
peculiar and
dangers prepared for uses.fOLEY'S.
for country life; to place the country the little dears look coming out of the with wire screens and It la not likely hearty womanhood.A years

people in cloHor communication with shells. After the hatch In) fairly over that tbe beat from the sun made them KIDNEY CUBE6aacaaSasd )

one another as well an with commercial and the ducklings nearly or quite dried any warmer than 110 degrees. Still itins Young Chicago Girl "Studied Too Hard."
off the machine and quickly takeout hot enough to kill the hens. I mor
centers! to enhance the valuo of farina "DEAR MRS. PINKIIAM:-I wish to thank you for the help and benefit .
a tray anil cover with a thin woolen know of a man who put a steam radiator
by increasing the profits derived tliere- cloth. Look the eggs over carefully In his hennery In winter and killed I have received through the use of Lydia >t l::. Pinkluun't Vegetable refunded. Con

from, to promote tnorul and rellKlous und If any fire discovered cast In the all his bens with kindness. The first Compound<< and 'Liver IMlla. When I was about seventeen money
development, noclitl Intercourse and amore old I suddenly seemed to lose usual remedies recognized by
shell or with head slightly caught breakaway morning after turning on the steam he ,T years my good I.
I regular attendance upon the public enough of tho shell to allow the found his wholo flock of sixty: bens / health and vitality. Father said I studied too nent physicians as the bat\
Behoofs' and to tile for the > hard but the doctor
way different
w thought and '
had ,
little bird some freedom of movement dead. lie overcome them with and Bladder
,, telephone, the automobile and the rural and return the tray. Frequently these heat. If mature hens can thus easily h, prescribed tonics, which I took by the Kidney trou

free delivery of matin. The building of birds will break through and prove as tm killed with too much beat, is it any quart without relief. Heading{ one day in PRICK SOe. and $..00.

good rotuln will do nil theme things and lively as those earlier II hatches arm, wonder that our brooder chicks are the paper of IVIrs. Pinkham's great cures, B. K. WILSON;& SOX.Foley's .
many more. and finding the symptoms described an- -- -. --
Garden and Poultry. 'sometimes killed in the same way?
The majority of our country roads swered mine, I decided I would give Lydia
," peed the day of the practical self regulating Kidney Ci
aro too flat to filled water, says M. O. brooder. In bow- I:. Piiikhum's Vegetable Compound a
Ciilckvn my own case
KldrldKe, UMnlfttant director of public Owls!' arc chicken Thlrvva.thieves that come ever, the lamps were already turned as trial. I did not say a word to the doctor; makes kidneys and bladder riftrANTJCn
roads liKjulrles. Without water there I bought it myself and took it
low consistent with ,
In the night and much dreaded as was perfect "
are by ]
can be no frost or wild and without farmers. The remedy In sliuplo. Have combustion, go I removed some of the to directions! regularly; for two months, \" onnn In-each BKVKRAI.State t.Ira l IMH STRI01Y ,ti, i hitabliHlieil ,'
front or mud a good nod Is easily and I found<< that I gradually improved eleven .\....riin' i II.h.. '
hover cloths thus allowing surplus ,
'I, maintained; consequently the chief effort an owl proof house for the fowls to d : and that all pains left me and I capital to ua,I 1 upon men. limit- ",. iffmii '
heat to ,- was my "
141" pe. cebgrul and I inI'enm
roost In. and the o.vl question Is set protttablu
of the road builder should be to get old self once more. LILLIE E. SINCLAIU ement. Weekly rnchMm i ill'
said chicks knew ;
tled. "I thought you ga
!, rid of the water. Thin U the whole In the cam of hawks It Is 17 E. 22d St. Chicago Ill." raveltnir. expeiine anil h"li-i I'ii-i .iUinoanh '
quite different. A good protection enough to move out when It got too hot eaih weak. KxperlviKt. "i"I t ui,......1.1]
tory in n nutshell. With good, .. ,,.
open '
Ion rfer t1i'i"anil eticloci clf t -I In.n'THE
tolls and light trnfllc nurfuca drainageof against hoops l IB small piles of brush for thorn If they ore given the chance. "Miss Pratt Unable to Attend School." NATION.', SJ4 1),,"rl..,r;,SI "hl
Ro I did. If there hud only been a few
the earth road Is usually adequate.With which willI a place of refuge chicks in each brooder there wouldbllvf' "DEAR MRS. J'INEnAM-I: feel it my duty to tell all young women
clone alluvlul or clayey soils und when the hawk appears. Chickens will how much Lydia IMiiklmm'ti wonderful Vegetable Compound has Not Il-,'.
P been no trouble. I think.'lth
: medium traffic xutMlralnaKo must be reported Instinctively dart Into such places It done for I down
In each me. was! completely run urialikto attend school] and
ninety to a hundred however. ,
i to. hut with heavy truffle and they see only the shadow of Mr. Hawk did not care for any kind of society, but now I ltd l like a new COx(" :ttOF.: TI..I. x''I'UK
brooder It Is likely that those on the person; ALL 4her
moving over the ground. A good shotgun niontliH, lifter ilnti"'l'I Ie "
tires tho surface of dirt
narrow and have of
any gained seven rounds flesh in three month '"1 .Iat
comfortable while few In -ulllcluAiluiliilKtrni' i 1
road will IKJ completely destroyed: In the hands! of IIi expert Is also a edges were whore the ,httit n ** [ recommend it to all young women who suffer from female weak C. PiN" deceased. Into ,,''I' ,h.. ,r" I
tho middle was grc.1It.f'1It
f t hence the necessity of a consolidated good protection against hawks and other ness."- Miss ALMA: PKAJT Holly Mich. .Florida ).r" ni> Hnul, ,d" "I
chjcktiii<< thieves.-Farm and \Itanch.Abnnt could not get out and consequently mlnlittrator to the llm" >ra'oiinty t "
crust of broken ,, I
nuiaa or gravel or I
( Judge of .nt,1 C 'untluttl >
I 8tono.iJ perished. Might on top of this came a Lydia. IMiikliiiiu'.H Vegetable Compound,,, the one sure remedy Uiucliur t) iron snob, raM I IWN
the III.. of It. cold wave and frost, with more of tho to be relied upon at this Important lt'rlmlln ayomig girl's life. r l_ ,iRi, ,
Within the last few several Blinrlll' Inrlntillitlertltt.ii '
'years An .h'" "'s
"AuutIIIY! "bitter" In the other direction.-O. W. FORFE'TIfwecannotforthwith aI" ..
ways and meaiiM have been adopted in "Yes. Ethel." Ma pea In Rural New, Yorker. $500 abuva le>,wOInl.Ia, which will r>ri<..pralnnetheoriginnlletteraand.lgnataresot tlmlr Klnoliitn nvnutnenfnn.Lyalu Tltusville. a. .Inly :Slit IJO.' t
the various states to secure good roads. ""'hut Is n confession Jo:. Ploklmiu M. llcli>. Co., Lynn, m....

Among/ them lira Htato aid convict la- .. h _. __
"Oosslplug about yourself dear." lie Learned Great Truth.It .
l bur wide tires, bonding:, etc. New Jer- my
s'y now has about 1,000 miles of road Puck. Is said of John Wesley that he once More Than r

\. built under the state aid plan. The said to Mistress Wesley : "Why do you a C "
A lazy man cnn never know the Joy tell that child the same thing over andover r'
state one-third of the 08
pays'" expense, the
of a well earned rest.-AtchNon Globe. again?" "John Wcitlpv, becnnae
r counties one-third' und the towns and once telling In not enough' It Is forthis Million '" :: !)
$ Dollars
"r abutting/ property owners the balance. --------- same reason time you aio told again $

MiTsmielmHettH, Rhode Island. Connecticut and again that Clinmhoilaln's Cough frdQ

and New York here now enacted THE PRISONER Remedy ourescolds, und grip; that It ::J. p:
: linllar lawn and state Rid Is tiolng fa- counteracts any tendency of these dla-

vornbly considered by the legrlnlaturen Who from jail la by oases to result In pneumonia and that It of Florida Capital! guar- Jf: r I
escapee no mean
to'. of ninny other states In Now Jersey free. lie is under the ban of the law Is pleasant and safe tu tnke. Sold by all : !J: ...

t and the .ot hl'r states( just mentioned and punishment is written over against linguists and medicine, dealers.lvruvliiuMr antees this pure vege- ..... .., 0 Is If!
they have now dune nway with the his name. Soon or 6Z o.a .

cruel Injustice which places upon the late he will be cud I'rttvilcv.Spellbinder table remedy to cureor "' g C
farmers and property which they own caught again and ... -Vi's.'' my frleudn. etcrnnl o

I' the entire burden of building/ road fork bear added punish vigilance! IH. the price of liberty lie on Va x
ment for his short back. EMo "1
the whole people. The dlfferoni-e ire escape from hi.crlL I your guard. A word to the wise is sub money r 0

r tweed the old way and the new way U Those who by the Uclent.Voice. I

forcibly Illustrated In New Jersey use of palliative (from the IIdl'nCl'-Th'n) you a QZr is

From KM to 123; baskets of produce powder and tablet mint take UK' for gel/ darn fools! You .

now make a fair loud on Jersey atone escape for a time have been talking for mi hour and a Cures: J OV

[J ran It:.. Twenty-five baskets were alt from the Buffering half.-Kansas: City Journal. j.J

I: good load on the old dirt road. of dyiprpma are in

the same condition
II I Twelve alea of cotton can bo cosily as the escape: priaon Imitation. Catarrhal! affection of the nasal 1 ;a4T 'o'
r'' drawn over the stone roads In Meck The hairdresser bad done rather n 4
Soon or late
. t It'nburgIIlty.. N. C., where formerlytwo they r.will go back to e hasty Job on the raven locks of the !fpnsHages", f bronchial :tubes, en :t >-e, -' :: (

bales made a good load. OliO hundred the old conditionand young wulntw."Well : S.
limps, kidneys si
|bladder and
mile of fret class stone' road pay an added *- ," she said surveying the re- = <

have been built In this county by convlctt penalty for teinporj cult In the mirror "thli Is a shampoo ":.".: stomach. AlsoJ]; yyro. ; CII. fJa

R' ), and from five to ten miles are ory release.Dr. I' Gold.en -JL\ all right. If there U any such' thing ai a .s S ...

t',, added annually. Since the gust, road Medical ierc Discovery real 'i>oo.' "-Chicago Tribune.
have been built farm lands have advanced I cnfc e

': in value from $12: and $lb per and cure other dyspepsia diseases Hon .\"..ut lion l>U|>li ,.., Nervous Indigestion cs: e a

acre to $73: and $100. South Carolina of the stomach and He-It seems to me that the practiceof t- id. :
: also use her convicts. In building organ of digestion sending; clothing to the heathen Is indirect ; -P r

roads The roads. In South' Carolina and nutrition. Its tiiM'oHltlon' to Scriptural teaching. Consumption, or, any diseaseof J LCfJ )

are built of Band and clay. Clay Is need cure are la tlng. 8h -Why how cnn that bet 1 (i p fyIv .

. to Improve Band roads> and Band is used I II iHiireml POT about from two. very rears obotltut. nee of dyasey nIt teachen them to take thought themucuouelmembranes.: | .5A' !; "' A

. to Improve clay road .la,- writ.* 11.. R Second, ttoq of ij KaalarioA. what they hull wear-Town and _, Y Q) t'
**., Toronto Ontario. "I trird a number A a O
I' Up to a few years ago some of tho pnt Country.
of ramxliM without _--. I AB.lty loot 1 .
t California convicts. had been supported faith la them all. tar ir...that I could As a TonicIt
In comparative Idleness"' at tho expense not bMr..?sold food on my nonach for a boar Just AVliat You 2fee l. ; 2
( time, talt m.lan lioly and depri' Could not f '\ ,
i of the taxpayer, while other had been .Ip. follow m>,occiipaliuu t tinamlth). Son. V
manufacturing articles that were sold four month ago a rrtontl ncomm.oiM your Chamberlain'. Stomach, and Lit,..Tablet
Ooldva Mvdiotl DlMoowry' After' a week give appetite builds up the :I-I
11 la competition with free labor. Under I had dwtvwl ao much bntiat that I When you feol dull after eating. When ,,
!: a new law the convicts are now turning cantiaiMd botUr and the m coavtaMd AMm*. I hive uk. .n tbn you have no appetite. When you have a system, banishes that tired MANUFACTURCO ONLY BY

eat upward of 100.0OO tons of crushed copU.beel a am pe.....__ ...It..basin. bad taste in the mouth. When your liver RGPOL MANUFACTURING J I
pock annually. Uon.ljr reommnie.a k t..t.UI: _.... oT d,apuca Is torpid. When your bowels are consti feeling, makes the weak strong 04
|. tbrvm4 hut the pated. When you have a headache. When I JACKSONVUtC.FlA.] .. U.S* -gQ 8"0
All artificial road and
building depends happy. J
Accept substitute for"Golden Med you feel bilious. They will Improve .
t wholly for Its success upon making and ical DiKOYery.There i* nothing iuatas your appetite cleanse and Invigorateyour ;t

maintaining a solid dry foundation and good for dUeoaea( the stomach, stomach, and regulate your liver i J
covering this foundation with a dura- blood and lung and bowel Price 23 cent per box. I

No waterproof crust or poof cf broken Dr. Pierce' Pleasant Pellets itimnlaU For sole by all druggists and medicine i J.aH

jftoaCj! The foundation muptpg solid the live dealer Sold and .guaranteed by B. R. Wilson & Son. J


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l'rofe:3t=.. _- TrIp 'fhft' (" ""Inr... ....".o."bl,. "'UhtI.e WITH A LAl\lE BACK ?
n..h;' n..t "" .1.b Ouht tG III. IU".r. ..r 1..111.n" .

ROB INS; 1.ln..1 '."Ib n..I.I'h......
M. '. fr"m t.rl1ul .
"'EO. wllo 1111" IIl1hl, n "O .LI'
,y :11'I .l\') ,.. I. I" IIIIt It crudt'I;)'. r..ullt h bOllt In th.. KI'ltey: Trnuble M.1kes You Miserable.

)ATTOR EY Am> CO SELORI ttut h.. ..i '.... .11 : iI. ,' h..dh 1\1I(] I1lml..)' 10 St. hll 11 tll"IInl' ----
or tbo II lit\I 111 II
I AT-LAW. ought tu I'p "'I!'!'}'. ..1It1"",,, t hfY .houl >''It rlvpl' St'I'IIt'ry thll t mil)' be oh. Amo1: everybody whn reads the newspapers -

I od States su.I..1: < III ilH'oma llI'OU1l1h'tt ('0111 fort, "x.epItlug Is sure to know of Ihe wonderful
and Unl i\'I'k It 1I'111111'r
state 81'1'.1
' In orBI' cllre, made by Dr.I .
,ll practice t111l1lhllt L'V1.l11', 1ItOlt tu Chl.l.l.fnln..1I t1l11t of th" IInll1on nn,1 th.. -I Kllmer's Swamp-Root.
IIUII to IlIl\'e b"lltll, ot courtleU..IIIU 1\\
of th.
fpw lwopll'III't' 11\\'lIrt' the liver
Hhh1l'. Yt't j greU: kidney.
office at TITU8VILLE, FLA.. t'J' Cl',.) \\' '11. tllI
..tI'I' tOWI1I'1! fl'alllC Itnut\. Hilt how tar ve 11011 t..1 (loWIi nem'ly 1111 ot tilt'ItrNlt .. It Is the (reat medl.

GAULDEN', ItO \\'.. 10:1" 1' to luo!. to 1I11l1 ltl'raoml wltJ1La"'IlIh rl'erA. Tilt"lUllzon" tl'om III.nno14. cal triumph of Ihe nine-

L. to "" 111:111111' IIml U\lII'O mone, tht' Ifrpli t rllbl'r mil rlu't. II hOlltlr'O I teenlh cllnlury; discovered -

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, tllull Hll')' know how to 8Pl'lld milking IIIlt"", trolll thp 8"11. III n "lIlIt. \tIC'ohl1l1o !) aler years of
sclenllflo research
The Great Health Drink! tl'1'1I110U" I'Il'ol.ts to IIHuln hlll'pinessa11l1l11el'l'ly 1o..IIIIIywhntl'vl'r. by
all the OJu te of the State hl'lIllb'J1f \ of wntl'r without I\I1Y Dr. KI'mer. the eminent -
III practice III United Statel IIchl"'III;; hllllllll"t'li '1'1.0. OrIIlOl't) (1'011I Clt1Ill1,1 k'jl1ey and blad.del' .

arid..and tbe TITUSVILLE. FLA. Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5c.M )'011 IlIl\"e 1..llth aud wOlley YOII can Itla Boll vllr 111 811I1111 ",1IlIon ot the mnznl1 I spc.lallst, and Is
but t'njl>Ylllellt
: u"lIlIlIy l\l" pl..atllre.; nltho1lh! Ule troillt.'al jl1l1ltl'tIwh,11 wonderfully lucoes.'I(1I1 In Y"-1mptly curing

1tTerPllt artlch'. aud tyeu when J'oubl \ 1111" It... hllnks n1'l' m"8tl'rh1l1t1 In lame back. kldlley, bladder. uric acid Irollbles -

ETTO Syrup Iii put up for !\"e ot "' 1.IO'Ult'ut bnpI1111l'MR' Ilia, "Such Noise I their .1"11"111'11" n ul, II ra "111'I'n "tI tocont.'I'1I1 and Brlght's Disease. which Is the worst

mIxing with ice watl'r in the still eluda 3'011. Plta''II'e plIlIs a 11I1IIOUll'tlWl' nil "ortlll ot w 1111 belll t" 1\mlcr' form of kldner trouble.Dr. .
ATTORNEY-A T-LA Wl11 demol'ullzl'S pujo'ml'nt easIly Kilmer J Swamp.Root is not recommended -
Huml1ler tllne and :wlth 1I0twatl'r ; The mother IIILYS to herNelf so.netlmes."I >t'Ih1l't' t III 11 It", The l'urnnu. whll'h I IfiowII foreverythlng but It have kid.ney .
10 the Courts of the 7thult. )""'1118 to well rille..". bllt )'011 (]Oll'tet can han11ynlure It." Then a chill do'\'u JllI4t! Hlle. you
practice trom 1'1I1'1I"III1Y liver bl dder Irouble 1\ will be found
for nonresidents190tl in the 'Vinlt'r Itime.811t''lally Ur.t! or Iwllhappy.. 011I1 )'ou fillY she thinks of the awful or
Tales paid creeI'M on-I' her a. nOli AYI'"'' 1111,1, lollb'vlI. (>. IR more like Just Ihe remedy you need. It has been tested
aDd accounts collected.U to be l'\'pr 110 tlretllllltl be hl\PPY stilI.l1all)1ln"lIlI silence which fa1\1II\ u\on\ tbe home otht'rs
aaptt'd family11it' she the 1\1I..h'.IPIII. thlln any of the In so many ways. In hospital work, In private
FLORIDA.D. ) I" 11 stute at 8atl"actlon.Olle ", when cblldren lire taken away, tl10 bolt! cliff.. Indl'Ilnrmll1g Ihe helpless too 10
thllt It Illeks practice. amon poor pur.
: as a bevl'rage or of body I'Xl'l't!
VILLE. children hardy
bobl'cllu"o is her are
l'eIl8011hy It III 80 elusl'\"e mny; glall townll ami vlllugu thnt overlook chase relief and has proved 10 .uccesslIlln
table drink. taklug thl! pl ('e cl'l'oturt's are a aud1usty of lungll, hu
we case that a Bpeel..1 arrangement
1'110 MaJ every
I'E EY, When child cloes not eonjoy nolayaports the 1'lIthpr t Wat"I'''. :
for tea. cuffl'e, eto. ('omplicRtlolI of hod)'. mlml nud Rplrtt. and a !tamell there Is IIomethingwrollg. dillpnll ot Cnlombhl, the tOl1rth lar ..t been madlS by which all readers of Ihls paper
IlIItiafae.Unn who have not already tried it. may have a
1111\1 l'p'I"lre tor our t.'omplpta 8Ometbln wiU often be Is turhldIItrl'lIni
an.1 that In 8011111 Amprl'n. 1\
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, river free mall. also book
otbl"M81t sample bottle lent by a
II pal.tlcullirly nil'" IIdj\l..tl1l'Ut be IILck of nutrt\ion adequate
found to a \\ol'V or vl'ryblgh.
h f'ltbl'r'I'ry
Prlcl's for S Pill t :.!:io. thllt telling more about Swamp-Root and how to
ru 'i
FLOItIDA. ) p, aud ot condl1ct. It we In.dullto needs of nnd TOwth. The
1I to tbe youth (( In tile
&. Irllvel
1\1I bladder trouble.
U8VILI. you find out it you have kidney or
10 1\11 the courts of the 7thIndlclal 1 Quart, 7 c. Gallllu. f1.3;;. the bod,. too mill h tbe othpr twoplll'UIl'I'Ii stomach ill "weak," digeRtlon III hnper.fect rllillY or dry 1'0' >'1011 ot tho y(1 r. itAbuuktl When wrillng menllon reading this generous
practice of the body
\ an.l the nourishment
nllltluolIS If we o'er.cutth.ate 81>
Circuit.A.FRO 1 Gallon, 2.O.Directillns ; bl''olllo ; II rlJ 1111l'<\ with trol'h'u I tnrf'"t"; offer In this paper and --

tbe mln.l, the bolly mny br'nkdown. ia In8l1equate.In lIueh caRt'S Dr. I'ierce's Golden ottNI hupl'nl'trllltll'. 111111 It dUII1ItI'tI It" send your address toDr.

: Two tnbhspoonfuls 1101It wp b..tow. all ollr atten.tlon Medico! DillCOvery works wotllle1'll. Itehangl's cOIII'"e U8 of IE'II 11M th.. MI.ollrl.. It hils Kilmer & Co"Blng-

T. I1l4l'd tll a gln s of watl'r.I 011 mind ollli body. tbe spirit, Ig.nOI..l. puny, fretful chilllrell Into ; t1 willI lIort ot "''llh'ndllr. bllt It dll..11 not ham ten. N. Y. ThIS

T-LA W '. takell a 8ure vengpnnl'C on UII for healthy. happy girls an.l boys. The wit h tho lI>181MII'1'1 111 n IIY rc- regular fifty cent and nom..r "w.... Roo..
TTORN'1< Y-A Costs than : cta. a gla s. ('I'mI'll 1'0 all
A tonll'lISllre dollar alzes aro lold by Kood drugglals.f .
I 0111' uAlt1et.'t, It I.. so difficult 80 proce,," wblch this c1uttlle Is aecomp1iihe -
II practice 10 all the Courts of the 7thJlldiclal Tropical Manufacturing Co.Jacksonvll1e and dlrl'l.t our eft'orts all tQn1'pen80 III strictly alonl( the 1InellDlarl..1 fOIWt't.III 1 lIroJ1o the nllllilbe I... more Ilk..
Circuit.ITU8VII.LK al\\ the demnOlls ot our h'lpll- by Nuture. All growth tlulIl otbl'r l'lv'r1I1111.1rnlnM
1\1I".hIII.1. IIny
from foo.l when it bas )
FLOUIDA.. Fiorlda. elite uutUl'es tbllt the slmllpr way Isto been dige"te.l come, convert..Il into nutrition a lmllur ('oulltry. The 1'8l'lIjtpr -

re l1rt1 hOPl'lnl'l'lI os 11 byprOlluct.Glve and 81Mimilated. .. GoMen Medical Discovery" ; bOllts ur(' milch aUl'prlor 1

A. MORGAN, Sold by J. R. WALKER, ; over all dh'f'ct att'lnptll to ocqllirea curell di eoseli of the Rtomachan(1 ('II m'" the 111'0prl'lnrR ('a h'r to t 110 tOil r.I"t BLACK .-

REDEIUCK and B. R. Wilson & Son, ('mutllnt slll'l1ly ot It amI 81111ply IICc'pt ollu.r or an' of dllelliion and I1ltri.tiou. pnll'ollll l'. \\0'01' IIl.\1'1I1 cplltllrlt'1Jtill'

howevl'r much ot It IUlty come antI l'nablell thO! hotly to ohtaln ('('"
Absu'acts of Title.T. fI() Jo\'t>rlllll'nl''" ot Ihe lro'ln
Titusville, Florida. while wo JO "bout our bu..ln,1I1I. wltbsll'h without 10RII or waNte the hcntfit! of the h whl1'11 thl' IJllllllb.. 1'1111" I1l1veb"11
E'ITATE AND JNSURANCE, 'Ye cnn nutrition pro\\ol\ l 111 fOOlThO! Dillcovery" DRAUGHT
.\ Intelll f'IJ'e 1111 we ('an. Illcohol ,utll 1M entirely I 111 111'01 II lot It.. ('\\11111111.1 II 1111 willi III ItUJ1lts
l.oallM, Notal'Y Public.ectiOIlM u>lll'll1y 1.-l'p our b..dle9 lu fllir repnlrIt fret from oplu\II.110 cocaine ami all 1>111Ik.1I IIV thllt 1110111( lit h'lIl1t IUlitt4

TO SELECT CHEESE.Esp.r' ""e aro 1I0t too lu7.Y or too I'l'It Ilidul.jtf'llt. ot III.tIlcolllltltlln
: Tvpewrltlog, Stenogl'aplIY.TITiRVtJ.I.K. HOW other narcotics.A \ ('0111'"'' It 18 IIOW IHoro IIn and
It we hllvP to pnrn 0111' IIvlulollr /:" 11 II II tll,'11 I Stl''III11. At Oil" point STOCK

\ FLA. ISI.lnl": lit... ... 'r.1I .b.. mlntl", I\lId bodh'I. too. tlml oct.'Ulla.tlon Wonderful Thing. wh'rl' It 110"thl'olllh a 11I01llltninIoOI'lt

(.....01 .'r..... u... U..I.Mo"t thllt \18111111y wholt'Rome. and ... h"v.. hee" Ihlllking or ", rlUng 10 YOII (oraome th.. nlllkllnll the 1I..III.ry III111m'
W. H. lie"",, ". or M"" '
11. JONF.8. '1111111 Iwtore tbnt work 110n nil It lUIlJIII.Iy time. wrltu Mr. ... POULTRYMEDICINE
FROST. WADIC: hou"'lu'plt.r4) the (lIl11dpltnf' ot ( thlln nlonll thl'I.\
IIlrll.lnl III1Y
: ::i'.1 IO.: 'I t {
JONES ('art ot the illlullJ' UlIII'I".tln whlcb reIlIt's IA. tor othpI"II a9 well as tor O'o :i I7.'ln ;:;fND r7: '' BI""IIlI. hilt tor till' r'IIt ot the WilY tho

FRO T & to tilt' plll..lla.... of dl"'KA 1111,1wl,11 .... bttlplI to sntlllfy tbe exactions oftbe 1 ; rll II: rw'.'! I Y y "r': a ::: 111 tt..r) ) 1>1 I 111 1l'11 lupt'l'lor. 'fl"> "olla InHI1

thl' man of the hOI11'e, who Is II1'U- splrlt.-Harper's "'eekly."LOST old ",,01 he WIt. un le Inr due.tor'M >!slu I. II -= "
:!L chief 'ommUl'r 011 wl'lI ns theerlUI' yearM.
all the (
) hillA. "...111 dl.lllo 1(0001. He 'ollllleni o"lyR tlllY. I11t1,1111 IItr"lIm.'Ith ('IllY hnnkl!
would Ilhvn's buy It. "II'S the ..nd crnck..r. .....1 1101111: U"e. ev,," have feW'trouTI.
.011011 aod Collections.TITU8"ILI.E AND FOUND" COLUMN iPro. i IIIUII milk him .Ick. II.. ...Id not Alt up thllt IIro not nt RII nttl'II'Il\'t.' Tl1pRhino. s'tJ>Ck IInd I'oultr,
tblcn// 'l'rlbllll<'. Hllt'h mllY I1l1d the thlM wOIII.1 "'like of hi. ..v.... ...tUII" I'n'r.body know'" ... whi'h art! not bow,1 and
FI.ORlHA.WOltLEY. I .11 dny. Olllt I lI"ve uI' all hup word.. ot an lIuUlorlty ot"nhlt!: ........... .h.. )10" ....... .. allY helt..r. Th....... y..r. "Il"0 ove.I fonllll. 011"on.d"y. ofYOllr I about. nml tor 1'0111011,1'. rlllns an.l otl1l'rIIrtllll'lltl Ii vor IrreIlUll\ritll'''' Hlaoi M..Ii.:
lo..kllll ,
RIII anI P0l11try
0" (
Ift>okA. tock
"A chee". wltb nn 1Ieation ot ltoolnp" .. It I"Incompn Ilralllfht
I'.rt or N..p.p..r.An ..otlc..1 Or. Pierce'. O..hl.." MelInl IJI"'Ov..ryrccolII 0 Itrn'tlnlls IIn,1 trodltlolls remed
R. 11. SKYIOun.VOItU will have IIn cvpn colorl-d. not rt'lld'r wall mell Inveterate new8pnper .nd It to our hoy. lie hn.1 10..11 tr".I..d rn blp. fur sto'k. It pub tho organ I of.lilloRtlon
Y & 8EYMOUR.AT'l'ORNEYS.A mottlt.I. rlnel. The moment )'ou I'rp"sYOllr o\"f'I'h..nrd to IIOY tbe otber day. 811YS ..t HUo IlnvII \ 111).r, tip" 011 tbe rl lll )'OU can 1100Itln hour's nil... Coo ..nd at llIrri.: ....1 Lumb..rton .udMAxlon.'luolly bretden and.flrm"rl .
IIft"r '
the ChlI\J:" Trllnme. nn and wu only fur.. elm" Unl... .. '" gr'IIt1y tl) tlll'lr Irollt Anlt\rl( .n !

T-LA'V.I to jllge ot tbe Interior IUllkeup ota strict attention to the newlt: "Tbe D10lr. PI..n'A Oohl..uM..dicRI to the pll'lIs\ll'u ot th'lr I'u.trollll ktt

aod Fed.Courts. cb '''e. [f It )'It'I8 rf'lIdlly to Ibeprl'I'slu'e Is the OjMCOvery anllt, cn..d him. II.. I. w..n nltturul fOI'ivililf thelll an .-
geller 1 prootlce In State ( pllrt ot a big dnlly ... bll ..nd eRn "lit .nylhh'I( (hAt he W.1l1a nlthol1lfh tlll'l'O Is very little : by
::!peclal attention given ot the lingers 8 n(] the rind 'Lollt and I'ound' colnll1l1. Soule pf'Oo ....,"IlL"n 01"" "01 hurl hln.. lie hR. nnt h..n alclI 8l'PII'ry, Jlll till' 1rn>lItl'.t. aUrllc.tlOII" lional tlO\1"of UllICk.l>rauqht Stock
dol'S 110t IIprlnJ; back readily .llIce ami It 10... been Ih..e y..a.. .Inca h. IInd I'oultr,. M"dioine I" their
to admiralty practice."KLL br'akR or pie look at the IIporting news. othel'1ltor look dny ", .. lelnll." 0.... tile "l'lwl'nhle r\lln8. th. my.terll'II ..- 1t.lCk rai.or buy.2.cent .
your may
IJlILDIYG. MIAMI, FI.A.erUES ,,'hf'1I the prN'ttllre Is wlthdrnwn. you the dooth. anti marring"" but 1011&artlclcs ot the ,>s'rt tbl'Oull1 which It food. Any can
haIf.pounri air-tlllht
soft nrtlcll!. cn ulI(>d by tbe81ack A Thankful Mother.I .
ha got n
"I' aud otbf'r rewllrdll are my par.tI'nlllr flows ollll the Illctl1rl''lIll'' Arub lI..ttll'" thie medicine from bll d alu ,
otacid. tln.e," .rlle.M.
ot tho curd. a woot relt 11 dllty fOr. 100.g
E. FOSTER, cooling taf1'Y. It YO\l Btuly these 'Iostll'you ....h.v.M..llie of G"p. COInall..h.. Co.. T..xn.. .. mentll tl1l1t 11110 Itlt llllllkll. It IIlmllaracconlmodlltlon" anl lu"p hi, stock: In "Ijforou.hpalth ; .

or both."At wll1 bave a pretty talr Idea of your "to t..11 YOIl or th.. wond..rflll ellre ..Ifected by tor truvPI'8! Ihnt nre for w..k [)pal"rl Renerallv -

A TTOItYEY-A T-LA W.OyalUpchlll'ch bf'8t It wU1 hnvf> nn 1000Ipid tlavor tpllow Cl'I'l1tUn>S' t.'omnlon scnHe and ;il oC: h'.r:.: ::-I :' "," L y ; I '.'::';.i; DOW fllIlul on tllll Nile ('011\01\ bo lltlc(1UlOII k.p BlK'k-lrl\lI. bt Stock and

01111 w11l 'II) olr' Uti It IIK. eh."ewhich holll towbnt bf'longllto ._ nhl. Whc'l he WAO two nlOnll.. ...hihe IMIOtll1111111'I I'oultry r.t..llcin. If yOUrll .10.'"
to on vellro IIml tho
nu\ldlo\ JRX.I th"lr IIblllty n tho 1\111"141\11,1\
'lIl1notpreslt .....\ It ,ILI." on for lanI'le .
wltb "
tl.-I.. II" hard tbat you ( Il1tt'r the h01'8p>lhoe WII;' tllk..11 It" Orip"e nl>t. ""nt 2.ntH
Soonl'r or tOIlMIlA ollll IIbel'nlitytlm
tllpm. a",1 In Ihroat. III. "" l'l1 with "'ll1l1lalklll TheCh"Uono..gll
hiM IlInllM ntl\lIlIflwtllrpra.
I AIK80YVU.LF.. F I.A. It on the r\r1t1\ Is I'lther II"ur. 8111t. bu t 1111,1 thslu wh..n he wno Iwo ]K'Rr. old w. hn.1Ihe C"" to th"
cooketl too ln1l1'h.'d. pin 1'111I11 olf with the pin. larae.l.d.tor.11.1 o.ra.e 011 lh"lII. 1'h..n wI! hlld lh"docLor el1joYlllt'lIt ot th.. "OYII/O/, woultl bo1l111t'h l\"tlicine Co., Chatun..o"a. -
1'(1 too Ilf'a" 11.1. ; .
ot 1111tbf'se ('\ >''lh'r dlamonll I'III/l lltllpearll\ with tllk... hi" 101l"1I11.0Ilt Rlld 10.. IIIndll bad gr'uter. Imt I "111')10") 1.ollt(' will fnn.RoO".I.II.

S. 1RSlIAM, M. D.URGEO or Iuft'.rlng from 8 touch tile peurl ('reMCl'nt. A popnl"r t'lope' : w..rk or It. If. hll W..IIL lu Ihll wi""conld he would h..rof eOlltillue to ,'I"lt mill IIllmlra the nltrllc,
l'Ompllllntll."A be AI..k, .."d .... 'rl..d ov.rylhl"Jr we
good ch",' e will he mf'lIow to thetou'h. Wf'nt Is In the Iur>le jewelry, but. an,1 ....,,"nled every whnt l.hy"lcl 10 01".,,"Wh..n w" IIOW.he w.but... tlonl ot 1':111'011": 110 IIIlItter whnt DInlhe 0.., Jaa, 10. .110\I.

and SPECIALIST, firm. lis 1'lntI will 1w ot nnt''f'n the IIlhtl"me f""hlon wltb wblch pot.'k.etbookll Ihey Denrly did"Ix not Y".know'" 01<1i"\ o..toh..... IIkll' 10.. w... I yet thelU4l'lves! In thltl slntul a..1 enlll 1 lIot A'IIt ru. belllgeo b..' le..r tried. oor.tooll
IOKe ...0.II.." .v..r. I < o n'o..I.J"l'tlhl.Uo \ ".dloID. I. Ih.
Ear. YOKe Rnd Throat.PAI.I .
tint. f'llIstic oncl trt'e trom PIlft'S.on(1 how cllr'less mortalll beallli un..n.y ahout hln,. He WOA Ollr fourlh boy : WII. 1011111111 loa,. wb.n ,.... ..eD'm.
sllowlII .
world ,
the '"1mI'll' "" 11rf"'f'al\ Ilrm0"\ (the oth..r three w..r. de..d). and It 10 m.dl"ID. "III. DOW th., ..relfeltlDIC
II1'ACH' FLOIUDA.TI : 1"0 anything collld "ot ''M'nr It. .h.
evpr rnll YlLwn"
nobody dlet J to .
thll t Ihnt If 10. You 'VILllt .
mil ..
t"At .
groinI'd. buttf'ry ('hl''lIo ot n nutty Ila.vor and bellh.1I' Ood 10.pue ... IIn.. Th.' IookID.
10 AI..ep cry
b1 onot1ll/'r'lI dear eSJf'rlence. .wO\II
: ''The I'f'WnrR olfer.'I1 for millaingtrf'Osun wn.....: he wno JIIMI II. plllr ... he conld he.R. lack of en"rIfY, hel\dl1ehe and .r >. HROOKIl'IO'rOH.'
UI'ra>ntly n phy"ldn n so\l1\ thRt thp 00.Iy h..1 been I"IIble.n.. ..II hiliur.
value to the 1011'lOr. hlA kldney" TheMII maybe
lIllIdlcnt their l810n? sYll1plomll
> ,
cbet.'se lies In tb.. ., I 10..1 r..1 book ..OOllt Hr. l'l..r..e' nrdl.clne. rellt dl1\1r'l\ >
anlter trom f'uUng Some 111'\0 'Iulte 1.lItbetlcl1l1y III rare. It ....."' ..d 10 ne thnt thla ..... 110. ...eryn..dleln. follow,1 Iy) Y\l\ >IODC beao.llieh'l. 1I"htover
\ G OESTAIJ APARl'MESTd tact thllt Amf'rh'limi eat too IlIr 1t aqUllntlty claulleIs .. w.. wanl..d. .n,1 I to1<1 Iny hu.h.1thnt extreme norVOllllneSlI, a condition
at UrnI'. A ('ube nboutan others recklpllllly 110. hut a sllvll1g Ir 10.. wOllld buy 00"' of Ur. 1'1.""" '. ", ...I.leI"e It.Tak .
of It II lIorbln" cure.
'>0 the "Dentoa, In\OIIIo.! 'No quelltlonll ollkl'd. and J felt al".t .ure It would h..lp our boy.Jle knowo a.
lo'h "'1unl'f' wn!! ""hI to hI' nil thot Ihe .....t Alld "at eo"e .nd ..... t'Omn.n"ed wllhth. It before the ctl"eo"e Irets a fair .

Sow AT DAYTONA. IIhould t'at of F.ngJlsh chpf'l'I'. torf'xllmplp. Ih(1 I teel tbe Clllle Is truly dl''perateol1tl .. 'Gold..n M..dlcal l'I..ry' on I'rldllYnlll'ht. holtl. though It wll\\ work n oure In any
one aod lockf't 1011(11&hll'e Ith the' J'.lIet.' Ihe n..xl morlllnll'
wlltcb chain .nd "
lit onf> time. Cbepae thnt IIItlllly the w. "ve hhn your ", ..dlcl"e th..e th"... a dllY.n.1 .tnlil'e. .J. A. Hopkln"l Manohe.ter, Knn'lwrltot
"lIrf',1 anl properly Mltpn Is not (l"p'lrtpd' under pt'cullar circumtlll1l' '''I he ",... .bl.. 10 piny. ...01 In Oil"lIIonlh : II [ yonf !treat mlldl.clno .

I'xrelll'ntand ''''. 'The Illtly who Willi Reen toplt'k frol.. (he tI", loll com""ce" h.1t11l1J 1he \ Uerblne, tor ,,",veral YOIU... 'l'hllr..
only pnally 111 l'stPd. hut nn h.d jltatned alx 1>011..<10 ..nd hili eOllllh wno aUR' and
1valull bll' food. Jo pppcll1l1y II thllltrup up,' etc., Is onotbf'r thrlllln/l 10' '''''. II.. Iou not colIlI'h.." any .1",... Rnd 10.. lit nnthlnlC better tor nUIIIII'II\. chills
ot 10Rt'1" dl'tlpalr. tor the don" lake cold any mor.. th..n the "'At ..r u.. fe"ur hnl\Cll\Ohe, bilioullno,,", 110,1 for nblllmlpurlf.ylnlC
OE TA J..8UnOEON', Gt the hl'l ter Irlldes.n. /: tance a ao.1'no .... _. llbout like Ihe th.. .. chlld..D a..d tOllle. there I" nothlog
It II mere Bllppollitlon, ,..Ih..."
('\\IIII"'I'M IW' In the cold .nd hot "
plaYA It. WII.on d: l'Ion.:
all gOlld. / 00 at Ii. rerrys
IlIly' picked up llytllln/l. Now and Dr, Plerce'a Common Senile Medical -- -- 'r:
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FI.ORIDA.r ... t.. 'lake 8pa.l.b 1I..d.Pf't'l IIlzlOd toma tlwn It Is a yellow bf'II.1ed parrot thntgo's Adviaer in paper coverl il &entfr 6 on. It Wa. ..........

IInd Itllt..> four mt'dlulU III1tJ'ay to vary the endlf''s yarletyof receipt of 21 olle-cent lta1.1pt1 to, pa, larlfl'ly Incburch Seeds
tops aol tlt'l'tl anti shn'll tine one o( mailing only. Adtlre.. Dr.R. A YOllng Inl1y who ellgolfell "
dogs wllOlle ownt'rs publicly .orrow expenee an.1 101".1011 work wa. recently .... ..... t..ln..m..I"
Ulplle onlettu'e 1 .r<
N. V. > "
> Duffalo,
smll11 rl'Cn' pc'I'J.fE: r. thle live arUcletlll V. Pierce. .., ... ""." h
About "1".1 ''I. .r7..t-/
IPII\'I'II In 0 snlnd bowl: Itone8t1l1 for wMS. thu OIovlllg IIplrlt III 10ll1e amoteur UII' ..II ............. .IIel "....., ...nnll
ItOQ.I >re III alway. a l..nll8 of tragl'dy. and wldch wl're Mot up In the Int.'r.ellt _,pool : and mix tbpmthrouJol'h Itrl'olll
Bulldlog, Main IIt., ,dlee a d07.1I olives 'fouDlI dog' In tbe IIMt 1ulI'utlllly .. ....11.... nO P. M. r.lIl1Y' ...
kSODvil\e.\ RoorDa 13 10. 17.DE thl' 811111(1: hl"e 1111 Ice rold, ,,'hen I note n W '0 n. a. of 8 d"'l rvlni 10cIII charity. 'rh" J'au.l" .......
wboever bad tbekln.1 Invalld's roon ne..rnveep .
nddllllC to It atf'lI1 (, .nlCrlltulnte To deltn I1n entprtllinment bllll.... ami the p'r.formunce

TST. Oloke a Frl'nt'll mhwf'tl.1.111"'hlvPII or a dozpn thO'll'ht to ad vl'rth.e It and tbullto It In tbe ordinary ...nR.. ot tile wa... uly IfITcn. Hut 1101111>'
It (
thlllo'r how otht'r III)
ID.I of onion julcl'
l'ldge 'Vork I1I'o's( bll'ket ot cold watcrto
Mind about th'e rnlnutH be.torf howe, be trl'at..d a th" IOt'1I1 nf'W"IoPl'nI. A faw dnYIIn

Porcelain.Jnlays, the t'atl'n mix It well wltb which one tablf'llJlOOntul ot UqulcJ ..rI frlelld hwt tho youni' llldy IIIqUtlttlon. The Largest and Moet ComolAte -
Is to be : .
IIlgb.laMs > It .h. JIr.I.hhor. bt'f'n added. 'Vrlnw a
Plate Work. Fonlla. ammonia hila turnrdto
,,'ht'n the conv.ullth>n South.GEO. .
the 811101,1 bf'forl' had only b..en mar.rl.t'd It
Tl'r'n'e O'Orlldy ('Iran clotb out' ot Ibl.. arettlng as the tllI'ntrlt-ul".

II wk. but hi. brld wa. alreadlmokllllC dry Itl P'J"JIIlble. and with It carf'fulll 11m ..ntl'rlul nllltnt II 8I1CC"I"7""J SOH
'na HACKER &
.. 1..wLTbe hOUMeIn S.
.. to CI.a. thlllj(1I 1I\'ly In tbe little wipe both corpet and ftOl.r. turnlnl It r.'plltd theIny. ,
tblnk Willi.
Shetlond fto..s !!hnwl or 8cart Inwhlcb lie had bef'1I worUnlC tbA .houlel
rginia Hom Hall'bwDlon. and rinsing the cloth anr changing o'l't'r'
with Ilulle. "Wby. we
sI Is a
dpllghta practically
girl little IfudenwhplI
the summer for t1Jr1>e houri In h\ll\ water aa It bPcornf'tllOlied.Do. "
apollt'd It laundered accorcllngto Hrlt1jff't came to tbe back door '100 .
0\11 the frleml. "Then
lalW8Y "II that B07' '
learn aI'' abOilt Vlrllnla Lands, the ullual metlKJd. 1M) ome ,stortog 8 anti calii'd out In IItl'ldf'nt tOiles: .. .. Mak.. 0.... w..... ptGld... IIIU..t hrtvft hul Q 11'1"' audlf'nc4,"
devlaICd tor. to ta 1'011
be ,
re&ollrces multt me bhoy. come be when
"Tpr..o"f' "bould
product mode of cuI1I0D. It bt>romes olled.8ays .' The wolnutl ""'('11. 110." .hot rplll'lI. 'Ve only
prleell. etc.. by reading the Its trellhnellll deltn.Ing tout tlnd tolve PKltM. tl"ndt'r enough to be plpr.,1 with a nf'edie. took $1'1) ut tho tIOOf. Ilut fotll.r Kllve
ilia. Flumer. Send IOcts. tbe Brooklyo Ellgle. 'rerlnce dropp..tJ bl. 8pllde In Aston.Ishl11l'ut ("O\'f'r with "tronlC brine and would .
11M) It we prom.III"
I tbe like 118 1& c'hlk: tor '
tlour or .
melli. kltchl'n."tlbur.
1D00tb lIubs'rlption to the with 8tarch. and ra II Into tht"" stand for thn>e 1111)11. droln and mVf'r

erCo: Emporla. Va. III blghly r'CommeJldpd. but a young .., Hrldltl't. a lallnllh. ye're onl,. with fr Mh ..rtn... At .Ih,. .nd of Ih,.,.., never to do It alfllln.- t. Ju..phI' .

womlln bliA dl 'Ovel't'tl ooe W3Y tolouotll'r COIIIIID' we." be IIlIld."Nay. da1'11 drain nn.l ('O.r with tr..b wllter; ,

a wblte wltb sbawl warm.lttllltactorily.woUol' aod T.r'nce," r"plll'tl 01'01 Hr\llltl"t.\'OdtIln'I"Londo" "It's- itan(] for I011 al'a11on To ..,... Oat Yo... ......r.. 1I..tooaol.At .
malle a .uds UJe lI ybon ( wbkh bav"aUrre,1
She Dot y.It'1 of vllll'nl': Into you btocltlUlp. liluoinle' tllll",1 .IDce nooll.
ammonia, ,
odd In:: a little 'J:41t'lI' ph.1I..n 141.lespoontul. -
white SOIiP. of two "
cuptul lIuCar. oftb'lr
Ibawl >ntly around Inthl two girl.. ".lto wl..1i to 01>11110 a .ljI'bt
and 80PIWd the gE .. "lIdJ of whol" lovf'II a lid pt'p-
h UMbotlllll boll au earll.
lifting the ... future
but nf'\'r lIur. IANUF ACTUnEIt.'l OF
..qI1PCzln t.n1JJc'tllpounful ot .IIMplre )
W l utlltzPd tho t tbe orblppu percormt.I which mu..C bl tll I1rlt ('11'1 ever
mass ot wool. A large pon The a'f'OlOlCllltll tell UII and efht 1l ,I,',. of mill'''. J>oI1 tur t..nmlnut
no "au'
and 'heD noble borllUot tho h..lI. In plill III
'r tor the WDAblng prOCf'"a !!. tbe IIncpRtor ot the ,.,.. pl1'k tlit' wnlnut... hi a crc'k 1..fore. Un YI" I Doors Sash Blinds. ",
boll'11 ,
thl't'Q121DOn I'n
.. olf fl'f'lIh rtnllingwl1ter little hlrlt"r tban ball ev..r
., the sud9 W08 pourt'd tod41. "'Ult but th", ",'aldln.c. VJrI"WU' over
Atter the sec.ond 1111.1 tbat e'h and ).our boll'11 It lIutil It I.. hArd. tht" cut It hll
twice. ot tUflllY faterlll.C
.. added rJllJblt dl1.e drain & Building
,, was tl DI: lit tJu' Plld ot tbrl'e tbat hoe lIe".rIwt' Mcnldtng .
drop ot 'ach foot. the Iwo with ItOIJlp.tblnr
., e.ery pO"Rlble tf'S. t01l1' on And
"Ixt. 1 011
rlnl1og hOlt thft
C vln"lIr. brtnllit t' >
YRlo.HTS.&C. out of the ot tOlwy. Aft..r the off thp u..1 Olt knife IJ'fore. 1>::111'11 Klrl WareroomKIDK :

'':'th,....d,=. r.:. ::.:':: moisture wa9 squeezed over the warm. .nm 118 the Cllttl..Ist..u hIJofed f'fIIIUtislll'd pour It M'nln 0"1' the nutll: f'ovpr anol ('Otll bel' half Itnll th" ..h..11 to the IUltfrulf"u'llt. 1ce'" (;annon treet., oppO
set tblll
'''....n..ble. C'nmm'lnlr... .bli wi aod the pao lapMe of liteM' let a..lalt. ,,: Wo..k4 IH'tore (!lItJnlf. t
''''. IIlU\dbonk on Pat...... ot the raD e. The .bl1wl Wall II toe or bont from ..4eb fnot alldIhu. t'lr .I okllllof 110 wurJ Ibo whlh. Se C.

., ':I'.7.r: :: 't":':::,':' log o.eo and over uotll perfectly .. !....'IIm.. a twel.,.. to..1 anlmnl.Tbt' ..ft CotJl'f' Itlsht to the ,",pot." Tbl.'lI. Itlil In aU'nce. tb"1 walk backwarll Charleston,
," ,. turned
..... 10 tI.. rr.haMe todr"am"ElucU"b
btoiJ "to .
new. are to Il
good al h'Mf"d Vllrlety Irrltatl"n esl.t" on
wben It looked al slstf"n Wilen pain or
..ttinC Jlm rl\an. dry. In tb ('OCt'IK' porlod ot rolOJrical part ot the tJMly, the application IIf anl I.'ulk nhytn ." Sash Weights, Cord ana

....,..., .._It, I........ riP. One .ure way to 'tell wb tMr a ml1nIs .IKc lard'. Soo., LlnlmOlnt will phe; prompt" lie..II tI rill COIl1llexlollJ4.
!'.urn... 'Ierm.. '" aiN' Is to draw him loto adlscus"lon. relief. "It "oell rllfht to tbe .pot, laid Hardware
& a crunk or not 'wltlJyou. :\1 ot he 1'1'1.Wh" old man wbo was rubbln.-. In. to I'I'aD Are Ipolled by u.lng an, kind of prer.ara&lon ;
C ::3 : be doetlD.t aarree of the Ikln.
N wl oea It their cblldren 10 core bl. rheamtUI.m. O. U. KmlLb, tbat 1111. the porel and Fancy GlasfA

eIJ lI '0 r (It., W..I1.ltoo., D.CoNNtR of COUr9 be'. a crank. would keep II! watch for the first Pl'opr. Smith UOUIMJ, .renaba. Te x 11II.write. The ....lIt way to lIfCure a clear comple&Ion. Window
J bloCche.
good health, free from .. plml.lel, -
And I'emoe them .: "I have ulled Dallard'. Know i .lIown"1 SPEOIALTY.
eIJ :: dvertillemeotlIn I IJmptome of worml. famll for eeveral ,earl ., etc.. II to Iyer 10 IOf d' or.I .
SALVE When ana"ertllg White'. Cream Vermlfnlfe. It IeI J..nlment In m, : ....111cleln. ---
with ooclllllol1l\l dOH
confer II der. AD
J would I be. tiDe remedy
tonnd to
G.t healong aal.. world.ey's thelle columoA, ,,011 tbeEA.T children'. betlt toolo. Ie Jlet. dlltetitioD aDd bave reeommendIt .. the bowell. I'e ulate th" 11,er .
In the by ...ylnlC you latbe ad.t. In I. tbat thell' food doee tbem for a1l achell and palna, aDd I I << Foley's Honey and Tn, ,
favor D,. 10 dolD" at work 10 aDd In tbe throat and cbelle." Oc and 10 etltabilib a clear. bealtby corn.plexloD.
COA.T AD\'OCATS. ; aud tbey 10"0'" up bealthy for paloe aod SOD. .UN1. No opJIlte&
from lEood Wo at D. It_ WillIOa tOI'thlJdl'ea.ut ,
attention WllAoD !Son.
Honey and Tar ,.ou will receh.. better Itroo'g. 20; ac D. It.11aon .t 5on. and JIOO at .R. '11r.-

COlds, prevent$ p'lcumoaJIl. the advertl8etl. r.I



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JAMBS. PBITCUAKD, President; WM. M. BROWN, Vic-pre

C. S. SCHOTLKR, Cashier. W. Asst, aebier,




Authorized capital, $100
EVERY FHIDAT.I 1 L -- Paid up capital, $40'0 C

Average deposits, $150:0:
'.".* H. WALTOH, Editor & publUbe .
St. Peter stood guard at the golden (fate! .
Discontinuance of adrU. niuit be mad pa I- With a solemn mien and an air sedate; ", .. Transacts a General Banki
really at this idle* or l>y writing. rti When up to the top of the golden stair,
A man and a woman,ascending there, If

ObecK,.to.,may!>.mad. payable to OABLiH. Applied for admission. They came and stood, E 1'I 1 Business,
WALTON,publisher. Before Ht. Peter, so great/ and good;
In hope the City of Peace to win,, e1 Largest, and Oldest Bank
on the
for Inforiui And asked bt Peter to let them in. ;, r RJr
to the ADVoCATE
In writing
|T encliin. lank and thin, -- Kxohange bought; and Bold on all
Won ox buy kind the writer will oblige by The woman was tall cud Forel f
toga .t&lIIpoIaddrOHMeII envelope. With a craggy beard let on her rhln; t Countries.IVtronage .
The was short and thick and stout;
man I
BOSTON=" OI"FIC1-TIiB!: EAH'r COAST ADVC. E Ills stomach was built so It rounded out; } 1 treatment,appreciated.and every favor Prompt CileiAlanir| > rvi.Itiil"

OATH liai opened an office at 404 Atlantic avenue, The Best of His face was pleasant, and all the while '. s rvative liankint( granted,
which will bo In charge of Mr.: Claud lie wore a kindly and genial ; COBRE8POXDF.NTSSeaboard '
Boston The. choirs in the distance in echoes wake, t ,. + h National Bank of Nw v
O.Walton.Addren. e All Salesmen And the man kept still, while the woman upake : -_:.;;; ,,, ,.J_.'_" ._ a? National Bank of Jacksonville Fla. olt.

all communications toKABT "Oh I thou Who guardest the gate," said she,. ".rJ.TUSVILLE.: rI4.&.

COAHT ADVOCATE, Fifty years ago the drummer "We two rame hither, beseeching thee

..... .," TITOSTILI.B... ..,CLOBIOA.U. -. wan the ubiquitous.drummer baa But been the usurpedby placeof To Of And me.let play us St.\ enter on Peter harps the, there with heavenly is the no angel land doubt-band; TilE: SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMP]

S. Department of Agriculture the newspaper. The percent. There's nothing from heaven to bar me out;
Fla age of numbers In drummers hasbeen I've been to meetings three times a week,
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, reduced to a minimum.It And almost always I'd rise and speak; Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I've told the sinners about the day ,,
The following is a comparative statement _.. found that tie ..w_ When the'd repent of their evil way,
of temperature and rainfall for tbi paper went where the I've told my nelA'bborl've told 'em all, *
week ending Tuesday,Oct. 20, 1003. drummer never went.. It 'Bout Adam and Eve and the primal fall; .,. Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick
-lOlXJ- -1002DAT neither lumber nor Bleep. I've shown them all what they'd have to do ..,.,.
*. MAX. MI1T. MAX. Mill It in a talker from the timeIt If they'd pass in with the chosen few;
14 84 ((17 87 77 .. born, and keep mptallclna I've marked their path of duty clear- Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Yo,'
Iii 83 70( 87 73 ? until It die. Laid out the plan of their whole career;
HI 84 70 8fl. 73 t I've talked and talked to 'em, loud and long J. 3IUNNERLYN, General Manager
17 87 '74 8(1 73 Tbe newspaper advertisementnever For my lungs are good and voice is strong;
18 82 73 81 74 makes any mistakes and Oht I good :$: t. Peter, you'll clearly seeThe
' 1ft 78 73 81 71 always attends strictly to busi gate of heaven is open to me.

t' 20 80 70 81 72 ness. It gets Into no scrapes, But my old man, I regret to say. E. C. JOHNSON .
' Total ralaf ll for the week: 1.29 and always says Just what It Hasn't walked in exactly the narrow way;
. Depsrturefrom normal rainfall for th means. The highest and most He smokes and he swears and grave faults he's got,
week: mlB>i. 1.01 Inches. Departure successful form of publicity, It And I don't know whether he'll pass or not;
from normal rainfall since January 1,,, Is bound to continue chief and He never would pray with an earnest vim, Groceries and Fresh Meat
2.42 Inches. Or to revival, or join in a hymn,
plua go e
HAL. P. HARBIN, Observer. bent for a long, long time to 1'101 had to leave him in sorrow there, of all kinds.
come.-National Advertiser.An united In
with the chosen prayer.
.. -. -- While I,
'- . I. . . . He ate what the pantry chose to afford, in
Tux valuation of property in the While I, in my purity, gang to the Lord; Fruits and Vegetables Season

city of Jacksonville IB $15,000,000,, ad. In our eolaiun will And If cucumbers were all that he got not., Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
mills hat work more "rr.'. of 17.9 r'I,11.
on which a levy effertlvelr tlian ny But, oh! St. Peter, I love him sol I 0000.4. .
been made. This is a remarkable personal mollt'lter you can To the pleasures of heaven please let him go; -- .
valuation for a city that was BO recently employ. cud It will work I've done enough; a Saint I've been!
destroyed by fire. Inner hour, .....a. no par Won't that atone Onn't yon let him in?
for overtime.CHANCE .e By my grim gospel, I know 'tis so. Lumber and Building Materi
That the unrepentant must fry below;
TAMMANY Democrats have nomU But isn't there some way you can eee. t f

nated George M. McCMIan, for That he may enter who's dear to me? Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick Lime and Cement, :Rails and Builder,,
Mayor of New York City, in opposition It's a narrow gospel by which, I pray, Hardware, MASURY'S HOUsE PAINTS, F. W. BIRD & fcON'S:
REWARD. But the chosen expect to find some way SHEATHING PAPERS.
Low who is the republican FOR BIG PAROID ROOFING AND
to Mayor Of coaxing, or fooling, or bribing you, Orders filled promptly. Write us' for estimates.

candidate A and hot indorsedby time is An association of California vineyard ISo their relations:St. Peter can, it amble seems me EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY,
the fuelonlsta. And, say,
.. Eau Oallle.
the General Cilice at
its has been formed, to be it to be
isn't all ought ;
expected, as the result la expectedto AmerIcan Grape Acid Association, for This gate to stand kept by the opening there, Yards at EAU GALLIE, TITUSVILI.E, FORT PIERCE and West Palm]
You ought
have a national significance. the purpose of solving/ the problem of And never sit down in that easy! chair ; -- .-
tbe production of cream of tartar from And say, St.\ Peter, my sight Is dimmed,
'allfornla' grapes. Any person who can But 1 don't like the way your whiskers are trimmed. & O'Hara
Victoria's Jubilee '
QUEEN presents find out this aocret will be paid $ jOOO, They are cut too wide, and outward tossThey'd Hodges < ,
which will be shown at the .o i Buys Andrea :Bburboro.:: The assocla- look better narrow, cut straight across.
World's Fair, are stored in the tlon has accordingly deposited guaran. Well, we must be going, our crown to win, ...Manufacturers and Dealersln.|' ..

vaults of a safe deposit company teoa to pay the award.Mr. Ho open, Ht. Peter, and we'll pass in I" PINE LUMBE}
that AND
Mbarboro:: say* anyone Rt Led CYPRESS
at St. Louis. En route they were .tioulil be successful in discovering the ,St. Peter nat quiet and stroked his staff,

constantly guarded by troops. rocess for the utilization of California But, spite of his olllce he had to laugh; Orange Box Heads' Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings,Sliln(.le ,ell
When they arrived in St. Louis rapes to produce tartarlo acid on a com '1'hellald, with a fiery gleam in his eye It':" Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices. deliver'
guarded by a squad of turclal bnHls such a process would be of "Who's tenUiiigthis Katl'way-you or to any part of the State. Address: Hodges & O'Hara, Buffalo Bluff,!
were tall.
they in statue
and tothe he ,
California: And then
lestlmalile value to
lost of them the wall _. ... .
sight ,
who -
police never United States. The United States Is = :\lllllrptol"p.1", a button upon -
until they were securely looked in a very I large Importer of grape acids And said to the imp who answered" the bell : The Oldest Established Grain and Seed Houne >ii rheSONWm.
the vaults. which are material for cream of tartaraspire "Escort", this lady around to hell.

the fact that California Is a very The man stood still as a piece of titone-

olF the following larlCe producer of pinpus. The present I :Stood; 1111lyCloom\ / there alone; A. Sours: : & C
AN exchange gets value of tartaric acid wholesale Is 31 cts. A life-long settled idea he had :: :: .

: "If men are the salt of the a pound. That his wife was good and he was bail ;

earth, women are undoubtedly tli lie thought if the woman went down belowThat GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS,
sugar, Salt is a necessity! -sugH WEATHER REPORT. he would certainly have to go;
sail = That If she went to the regions dim
Vicious men are
a luxury. j wasn't ghost ot a show for him. Meal\ and Fertilize
peter; stern men are rock-salt ; By Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for There turned a by habit bent. M Flour, Grits,
nice men are table salt. Old maid ,Weather Uiireau, U. S. Government.BUMMAHV To Slowly follow wherever the woman went. email.wma.Ma 112 EastBay Street,JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Agts. ,
FOil 8KPTKMBKH: 1003.!) : E
are brown sugar ; good-nature Highest temperature on the 1st. !>'J! 0 SI.:; Peter, standing on duty there, for t'unua Feed. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. L. R'y. and Plant SjsF. !
and bare
loaf prett of big was ;
matrons are sugar, r.owellt" :tilth (118,0 Observed that the top
girls the fine pulverized suga Mean for the 70.7 He called the gentlemen back, and said;" '

Pass the pulverized sugar, please." Average/ moan for 2.1 yel"'.. . NO.7 "Friend, how long have you been wedPI'hirty ?
I Highest "In 1101101.1":! / years," (with a weary sigh- Ruhlinaxi & Co.
Lowest '' "In 18.17 7U.J: I And then he thoughtfully added : "Why .
THE: Orlando Sentinel.Reporter Rainfall In Inches , ,. . 7.H: Ht. Peter was silent, with head bent down;
makes this neat point on the valu Average for 20 years, " 8.0:: He raised his head and scratched his crown take ; 201 Washington St l NEW TOKK.U3 .
: "A storekenpe' Greatest '. la 1878. :..1:1.78LCI"t : Then, seeming a different thought to \) Murray Street. J} N. Y.
of advertising
In 1M82.: , 3.0 Slowly, half to himself, he spake :
i In
not a great way from Orlando, Prevailing direction of wind. . NK\ = "Thirty with that woman there
attempting to move a barrel of bin Number clear date\ ., 111 No wonder years the man hasn't any hair I ISwearing
seed oil tho other day, broke the .fair .. 1'1 E is .. '. ,IIl110kt"s not good; Florida Pineapples
faucet and was compelled to hoi I 14 cloudy . II = I lie[ smoked and swore! should! think he would\ IE {
the bung-hole for I .. days with rain. , LS Thirty ;years with that tongue, so sharp\? .....
his hand over with thunder. 18 hint harp!I.A
"days Oh, Angel Gabriel, give a L'1' L'.
three-quarters of an hour before a Island) Homo, Merrltt Inland, Fla. jeweled harp with a golden string! OUI? tiPL(7LA

customer came in! and assisted hire (food sir, pans In where the nngeU allll and wish fo repre
We several of tbe largest shippers in State,
represent your
Had the storekeeper been a regula MARRIED IN NORTH CAROLINA Gabriel, give him! a neat alone
One with a cushion, up near the throne! Established 00 years.
would have
advertiser the customer you also. Give us a trial shipment.
angels to play\ their best; .
been there when the accident hap
let him enjoy the music-and rest!
pened.-Tampa Times. The AltVOOATK In In receipt of the following See that on the finest ambrosia he feeds; ; ESTABLISHED: 1870.
announcement: He's had about all the hell he needs;
"Mr. Ifarrlette Ilynum announces the It isn't just. hardly the thing to dl .
CONGRESSMAN: Robert W. marriage of hn daughter!; [Lillie to Mr. To roast him on earth and the future too M.[ Lane & Son
has been called to Washington on
John Hardy Wynn, IVednesdiyOctober him a harp with golden strings, ,
They; gave
with his hundred and three
business connected con twenty.first,nineteen A glittering robe and a pair of wings;
gresilonal duties, and, on accoun at her residence, near Farmvllle N. C... And lie' said as he entered the realms of day : %
November lat Fort Pierce, ; 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
of the near approach of the extra At home"after "Well, this beats cucumbers anyway I 't ,

sessipn of Congress, he will not return Florida.The AnvocATic extends oongratul That And so the the last scriptures shall be first had,come and first to pass shall, be Ia. .t. Produ(
until Congress adjourns. A lions and bent wishes to Mr and Mrs. Southern Fruit and

singular coincident In relation to Wynn, and feel sure they will\ receive.
Congressman Davis' departure from warm welcome at Fort Pierce. .

the state: came the announcement NEVER ASK ADVICE.-When you +AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA u11AAAAAAAAAAAAAU.CARPETa Commission: : : MercharitFLORIDA .

of the candidacy of 11 row aril ant have a cough or cold don't ask what Is .

Mays for Governor "When the !foot for It RnItet\ some medicine with -- .- - PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
eat is away the mice will play," little or no merit and perhaps dangerous.
Ask for Kolev's Honey and\ Tar, the
illustrated in this imr application
is singularly greatest throat an J lung remedy, It cures Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on
r stance. Hut Mr. Davis is not nee' ;. roughs and colds quickly. Wilson: Son. ..
41 lectlng his duties about it. Hit --

duties call him to Washington and To MuricinnN.

!r there he may be found, if his cam. Fall Stock Arriving Dally. The Buffalo Gasoline Motor
palgn for Governor of Florida doe A baritone horn for sale, nearly new;

suiter. However, the people of een lost U at.tbe,on;store will sell of for 12.CO. Can be lore New Patterns to.Show Than Ever.

Florida: have about made up their J. It. WALK Kit ft Co., Has demonstratits
Robert W. Davis Titusvllle Fla.
minds that ,
and superiorityov
shall be our next ,
the small politicians had better Are You Going North ? Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season \In sites from 6x9!) to 0x12.: New'apestrles. the

make what hay they can while the Get ticket-over the Clyde Line, New Body Brussels, New Wiltons, New Smyrnas. My all other for

un shines, for when Mr. Davis re. from Jacksonville your to New York. Lock: Is thellU1tellt:. My prices are the lowest.: Matting, Linoleums,

turns he will make the welkin. ring CH'\'.. II. WALTON Agent, orders Shades, Cocoa Mat,Rubber Mats, Bath Room Mats and Art -waters.

with his oratory from one end of TUusnfle, Fla. quares. ff- Will be glad to send samples and quote prices.) L HIGH S Stf

the State to the other.' It is well i LIGHT DRAFT.
Davis to have opponents, VER) FIVE THOUSAND OF \VALton' -
for Mr. Reliable
Rapid Calking Tools now In use Absolutely
as it give. them a little notoriety, by boat owners in the United State :a:. E. CLeK,

a* having been opponent. of "Our Price $...00 and 93.00 each, at the ADVOCATE Beacm
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Geo. R. Wallace West Palm
Uob." office, TltuiTllle, Fla. 27 VEST FORSYTE ST. Agt.




Stuart. Eden. I Melbourne. GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.WHOLESALE .

Mrs. II. W Bessey visited relatives at Sunday School .
Jensen last Sunday. every Sunday morning Siibxorlptlons for the Anvt>oATK,
at ten o'clock; at Congregational/ church the pink paper of the East Coaat will be -
Pineapple shed building goes merrily Mrs. 'V. F. Richards went to West received at tUo Melbourne Pontofflco.KlfHARD .
on. Most of the sheds are repaired.II. Palm Beach
Wednesday: evening, for a
.0 C. Olsen returned Sunday night week's visit. W OOODK.-Real Kitaut, Xotarj:'
from his : Public and C'miveynnoer. leant for Anna. Fruit and Produce Jobbers-
vacation up on tho mountain) Chas. Mast and }'. G. McMullen at Liverpool and Lrmdunanddlube, Hartford anilProvUlenre
1 Virginia. tended the barbecue and public spoakln) Wnnbtngton Fir Insurance l nmpaafee. -
?Yr Special attention paid to the Inter',
Rhoden Brothers have four acres of at Fort Pierce, Tuesday. senor non,realdenta.PR .

pineapples planted out on their ten acre F. B. Richards Is moving the freight .
lot next to Oeo Johnson's. house L. A. PIC I\\: ruvsictAK AMIRcwlclance Narursot CARRYnABFULL OFAHAYYGRAIN IAND
at Pine Lodge/ to made room for Melbourne. Kail Gallto, Nunitay,
t A. R. Kruger!: and Harry Dyer visited the extension of the aide track Tuesday and Friday. afternoons, WE FEED

Fort Pierce this week. TLey will both hire Frod M. Hudson of Ttbbals. with ,

build Mrs. Richard !Burkham of St. Augustine
residences in the near future her two Interesting children, was visiting PURINA FEED OUR SPECIALTY.
is the guest of her mother, Mrs.Hector. .
N. O. Jones has the contract to bulk friends in this place last Saturday after Seed Potatoes, Sued Peanuts and Cow Peas In Reason.ftffo ?
a two-story frame house noon.
his for J. Michael Mrs. Frank Foe has returned from her solicit consignments of Fruits and Vegetables, t
on river front pineapple plantation. Sam Stewart surprised many of his ...
visit to Fort Pierce. We are always gladto
r friends by bringing home a charming _._ .
,, A -- -- ---- ------------- ---------- -- --- -- ---
great many Stuartltes went to the little wife last havo her return.
Thursday evening.
i. hustling town of Fort Pierce Tuesday, all wish them a happy life. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Paddlaon and Eau Gallie.Mr. .
.,, to hear the public political speeches and daughters of Eau Gallie, were in Mel
al chew on Kaulerson's beef. Mrs. James G. Wey arrived home last bourne last :Sunday.

Absolutely Pure Heavy easterly winds have been pre Thursday Minnesota, from a four months' visit in Masers J. H. Bakerand Marlon Mitch- Nicholson, of Melbourne, Is work. r

vailing this week, but at the present time haa had looking very well Indeed, and el, of Jensen, were In Melbourne last ing in Eau Gallic thin week. % '"

r ISNOSUBSTITUTE of writing It has nettled down to a nice. a very enjoyable summer.Theie Friday shaking hand with old friends.Pornou Mr. and Mrs. C. Alnsworth are expected

steady breeze, which is cool and ref iesh- will be an exodus from thi
Paddlson, of Fort Pierce; attended about the 1st. from Grand Rapids
lag place during Carnival week. A large the dance at Educational Hall Mich. \

Beach. John Michaels expects his mother, sister number are going to Jacksonville to enjoy last Friday He came up with the Jensen ( II '1,
est Palm and brother to HI'rive from the Fatheiland the pleasures and festivities, and to boys to play ball. Dr. Booth, of Youngstown, 0., has let + ( Y
Mtnrllv. They will thefind do their Christmas shopping. tho contract for a new launch to Goo U. + -
ocoup> Mrs. John Goode returned to her pleasant Houston, of Eau Grille
Cb8M. Urubor with hili grandSh Schroeder: cottngo: until they can Charles M. COBS arrived last week, and home In South Melbourne after
tr Decker. arrived Satuidiy, build Is for the present stopping at Elverton pending three! month with relatives The Carl Otto, a large sharpie from

I',)rttenclod trip In Pennsylvania John Fultz and Dee Ortffln returned He Is getting the Netherby In readlnes and friend In Chicago.Mr. Wilmington, N. C., la hauled out onIIOdgRO LOOK TO YOUR EYES ,dIf
linn the home of for the winter and have the '. this week.
Master ChaiUm Thursday week, after hav expects to ways
York suffering from defect or weak ;
toured the> house full to all winter. and Mrs. Frank Robertson, Mr\ any eye
who "came, saw and oon1" tug Slate IiHAVS they overflowing launch
f Tho Wynona G. F. Paddlson'n call !
he mun sight ac my now well-appointed optical
till and Mrs. John Ferguson and Ml** Lllllar
wages got to be 80 ants a day, Mrs. John Miller chaperoned a part has proved to be one of the fastest for Institute. Special I, complete lance
drive and "
and they then enjoyed a carriage
: thought/ It was time to of last Ferguson her length the East Coast. outfit In connection.DK. .
r (Jriibei'Is ''he fortuna'eman who start home young people, Saturday, at a piaNo plcnio in the woods last Friday. on grinding
lied getting the contraot t<> furBfaCut on the beach. They made the trip In The new school extension In the Avll- E. It. ARMSTRONG
Coast Hotel Company: withtticrderof Died, at 0:15: Tuesday' evening, October the trim little launch belonging to Goo A One game of base ball was played ah la well under the 11 Laura St. JI\cklonvlilu{ Fla. ,; "
rooms progiesslng:
lath: tie, spirit of dire K. A. Lentz Saunders last Friday in Melbourne by the Jensen
i building material, to pass jr., of Fort Pierce. They were charge of Miss King, of Hardevllle. +
diotheconxtructionot the Hotel ed away to the great beyond Deceased joined at the pavlllton by a party 01 and Melbourne teams The score was
extend congratulations.lamlMis. came here a year ago with her daughter young folks from Fort Pierce, and had a to 7 In favor of Melbourne. Come again A dear little stranger arrived at the
gen.. We Mis. J. C. Hancock, from Curio, III. She delightful bath In the surf, and supper boys, you did well but our boy did a residence of Mr. and hire Will Tylamler Rockledge. ;

A. P. returned' IIII- had been Buffer ing fiom Blights disease ere leaving for their respective homes. little bit better. on Monday evening. The little girl has

I aihe baby have from a for several yenta and It was hoped that Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Middleton and the come to stay.Mr .
visit among friends and rela- the change south would benefit her. Mrs and L. it. Paxton left on Tuesday, for n two
er'i Kva and Messr.
DANGER IN FALL COLDS'-Fal Misses Mable Mary \ and Mrs. Gilbert hire li. U
much to the Lentz was a native of Ohio she or three weeks' jaunt.
ailpentgtha thelake ; was a colds are liable to hang on all winter Jack Allen and Fred Mlddleton, left Hodgson and Mlsit Dasoomb are all expected
homestead on in and Iite-long member of the Presbyterian leaving the'seeds pneumonia. bronchi here\last Monday for Philadelphia alter In Eau Gallie this week. They Report from Minn\ Grace Hardoe are)
besides hosts of church and was a lovely Christian. She tie .. over a in Melbourne where that she Is
or consumption. Foley's Honey and pending year will oome South via Clyde Line slowly Improving.
HlVest Palm Beach. leaves one son in Carlo, III., and Mrs Tar cures quickly and prevents serlou they have made many warm friends. who
Holland la at Hancock. The funeral and Interrment will long remember them. They hopeto The steamer Canaveral returned to Chas. Hatch launched. his new boat
Lockwood, of the results. It Is old and reliable, tried and
Icom her two months' visit with was at Carlo, 111., Mrs. Hancock leaving tested, safe and sure Contains no opl return In the near future and build a Eau Gallie on Monday eve last after Saturday, and It moves along with Ipeedand

and Madam Lockwood, In with the body on Wednesday night's area and will not eons lpate. Sold by winter home. They have the bent wishes completing a contract of hauling freight grace.

lighter rI If. Y, We egret that Mrs.i.xxl train on bet sad miselon.BRONCIITIS B. R. Wilson & :Son: THusville. of their Melbourne friends. at the lower end of the county. C. W. Wllllforil visited tho Tltusvllle

is not in her usual good The sidewalk at the Brad Held store U oampmoetluR/ on Sunday, returning on.

but l Is as gracious and hospitable FOR TWENTY Years No danger of consumption! If you lire a credit to the' maker as well as to our the night train.

r, \We hope for her speedy recov- -Mrs. Minerva Smith, of Danville, 111., Fort Pierce. Folej's Honey and I Tar to cure that stub town. Mr.! :splllor:; U doing the painting, The weather hits been simple delightful
boalth. writes: "I had bronchitis for twenty S. B. Whilacie has the contract for the the +
week cool darIng
ggood born Dough Sold: by B. R. Wilson A; Son. paNt ; reaMonably
years and never got relief until I used sidewalk. the and
day, quite cool at night
"Dutchman's Ghost, a comlo Foley's Honey and Tar which Is a sure Heavy winds but no rain, which i Is
represented by all male characters, cure." bold by B. R. Wilson and :Son.:: badly needed. Merritt. The Eau Gallie\ Literary club. met at This has boon good weather for Lay y
presented at the Oruber Opera the Baptist church Tuesday last and making, Hud ninny have availed themselves .
INI the evening of Nov. Oth. Mr. Rev. W. T. Lane held service In the rendered a very Interesting I : program.A of It, and secured a fine lot of bag
Reach is coaching the "boys," and Tibbals. Methodist church, Sunday, to a large large attendance showed the growlogIntel'e
Hurrah 1 There Is school more at A. D. Baldwin arrived hi
congregation. once at winter
iwlthout saying it will be an even. t Kan Gallle's citizens take in any.
I"fun and frolic" Go early and Merritt. educational advancement. I home at Rockludge, Monday afternoon,
Miss Rhoda VIckers and }(r. ChasCarlton his
with wlfo and Mis. Soott. of Shelton l-
rush. The proceeds to the }II'. and Mrs. Coon of Jensen Frank Nevins' sail boat purchasedby a ,
|he go were were married Tuesday. We was Among/ the member of the E. ll. I-. Conn.C. ,
Shim Bench Fire Department-a very welcome callers at Rev Sawyer's on wish the young couple along life of happiness J. Cantor, of Indlanola.Rev. C. who took part In the program on

jr cause, We sincerely hope thejrwith Tuesday afternoon. and prosperity. Edward. O. Bartlett, of Providence Tuesday at the Baptlnt church were: U. Hlbbs Is hauling rock for J. J.
"Standing Room Only"willva White and It looks. as If the sidewalk in '
the breeze soon after the William Walter Luce returned from The Woodmen of the World held tliel R. L, Is expected soon, toe liver ProfeHHor Rheblnder, 1IIalMape..., Mr. front of, the White be improved
to to

. J. Don C. Morris is one his northern outing/ on Friday evening. regular meeting Tuesday night,Inltiatlnj the winter. He was a guest of the and 61 re. W J. Halght, Mrs. Morgan, much.cottages are +
!.reopen. actors which means fun He reports having had a very enjoyable six new members Into the mysteries of Vlaw hotel last season. He Is coming Mr. Lowe, Miss\ Hodgaon[ / Miss\ McMil very
principal time. Certainly he has the appearance Woodcraft This order Is fast coming early this) year to experiment In garden- lan, Miss Houston and several the pupils Sunday School at the chapel. next Sunday +

of one "whose lines have been cast in to the front, here, having a membershl) of school No. ". The subject for morning at 10 o'olock, and n short
I Spencer home, the property of H. pleasant places" of not quite fifty membern. Ing.There is a circulating library opened next Tuesday's meeting will be the lay service at 11 o'clock. There will bo '

Inter, of Tarrytown, N. Y., a law- to the Merritt Islander, both great IJ1dsmall. "French Revolution of 17'JH." Mr. the usual prayer meeting at 7 p. m. '
1 prominence, was burned to the Rev. T.. J. Sawyer, whose hoalth for The political rally and barbecue was late Christian was nominated critic during
li on the night of the 13th, with a some time has been quite precarious, was well attended by tho representative citizens All the be leading had novels and Books the last meeting and his remarks at the J. J, White Is busy getting material i

amount of expensive' furniture, taken very much worse Saturday. At of Fort I'ioice who accorded a hear- magazines be retained can two, week by joining.for Sets or close were short, crisp, and to the point.He on the ground for another cottage/ juat

if r it yet unpacked. The saddest this writing/ is a great pleasure to state ty welcome to Gov. Jennings and party. (SO can. cents will entitle to the use of,the was awarded a. vote of thank. by the went of the one 1"1.I built. Wednesday ,
* of it all ass the loss of one life, that he is decidedly better, and it Is The day was windy but fair and sunny books for a Blair Is the audltnce at tho close of the meeting. he was putting up the brick foundation

Semliaculoiis/ : escape of bit E. M. to be hoped that In a few days, at the and the grand stand occupied by the ; uf the year.library. promoter ------- Ii. H. Williams and wife are enjoying
brother of the The most he will be able to fulfil his usual draped In bunting ot
}ra owner. speakers floating A DOZEN TIM EH A NIGHT.Mr. .- a vacation at Indian Springs, Ueoral1"and ,
being located two miles and a avocations once more red white and blue made a pretty picture II Mrs. E. A. Worley, of Minis has been Owen Dunn, of teuton I "'orryV while they are away Sidney Williams

rom town on the south shore of The tegular preaching service at Jen in the open square. While we cannot appointed school teacher and from her Va. writes' : "I have had kidney andblwldor In up from his Ut. Luole plantation milkIng -

a,and 'iccurlng about two o'clock len on Sunday, thA l8Ui, was. unavoidably give the speeches of the several speakers kindly, yet decided manner, when taking trouble for years, and it became a vials with his Mister, Myra.
i.nornlnz aroused the there was a liberal education from a charge together with her ran arks at
no one was of political ,
by the serious !Illness so bad that I wan obliged to at
postponed got
It stand. the the of the exorcist up Word came to O. II. Hlbbs by Sundav'
t neighbor/ being/ Mr. Matt hams, On this point, enjoyed by wrapt closing morning we
the pastor, Rev. I.. J. Sawyer. least a dozen times a night I never received
ISIr.[ bpeucer.: escaping through: an listeners of the largo! concourse Man] think the parents are to be oongiatulat mall that the lintel Indian Klvor baa ,
did excellent
the ser benefit
occasion telephone
Iwimluw with no time to gather: In the that would.l vital questions of the day were Ireoly!] ed upon having efficient curl capable medicine any until permanent I tiled any been lea.ixd by a M\ r. Legg. We lioiio u ,
vice notifying people, Polity's Kidney
a clothing, rushed! on bU wheel diitciisited and the entire good feeling ex an Instructor for their chlldien. An the good ,party hu got It, who will run It In ,
have only to Cute After two bottles I
otherwise come together lining a in
,llndmu Mr and Mrs. Matthamsnme have been disappointed / fitting/ between the candidates had a very new school Lucas Is not yet completed, cured" Sold by B. R. Wilson & ,Son. a good manner and make it pay duringthe
and heart ready to render all pleammt effect. We believe from the ex Mr. J. R. Carter very geneiously gavethe Reason. t
possible.. Medical assistance Russell Waters met with quite an accident preHBlon of many voters, that Gov. Jen use of Ms packing/ house until It 'Is. ------ It U l leotard that Mrs. Mlu B. Chat +

dad u. telieve Mr. Spencer: who last week, when a ball thrown by nlngs will cany Fort Pierce. At 1 o'clock The chanting of the Lord' prayer opened Jndianola. finlil, who has spent the winter at her i '
I1l1y buiuutl about the face and one of the school pupils struck JL ester an elaborate collation was served by the the morning exerclnn, followed by remarks snonhlnu cottage at Rockledge: has sail (r w

Mr hpenct-r was left to the ten- Waters in the left eye with full force ladies, who turned en' masse to welcomethe from Rev. :Stuart-Martin and ed for Kurope, and will spend tho winter

leof lire Matthams while Mr. thereby causing/ a collapse of a pronounced Governor and party. The meeting Judge Schuyler, of Indlanola, which 11111.eR..le| / Snuilers( and Mrs. R. H. thorn; coiiHeriuently the many friends/ '

fin anil others' returned to ther character, and one that sent the young closed at 5.00;(( p. m., and the distinguished were pleasant but tilte. A solo, by one Grant, both vlnlrud Cocoa. thin week to of bin Chat Hold/ will he dlxappolnted at {

home to find It a smonMeilng gentlemen on a "home run" as soon as spnakers left for southern points on of the pupils, was renders! very nloely, have same dental work dose her not being here. Her mother, Mra. r
Vul nothing but the charted bones he was able to travel The disturbed the b:10 train 1'heyouoq people ended and a Psalm, recited In concert by the Brock U ex I'ectellillter. t
I joung man who could not make member was In a turbulent condition for the memorable day by a graud hop ut school. The ladle weie then called upon Mr, Fred. (l. Humphry hall accepted --.--

lipe from the furious flames The several days) buj: now, aside, from the the city hall. for addresses. Mrs. Thompson ai.d a position with 1 S. F, Travis of Cocoa, "WATCH 'I'JlM KIHSIU"H "When t
il the color which it has as a conHcquence bliss More responded after which "1\Iy and entered upon bis new duties this
fire ; "
| is still a. mystery high -- ---- they are affected, life I I. In iLtngor, say*
assumed, Is now doing good work for its SPENT MORE THAN $1000.-W.W. Country 'Tin of Thee," was. called for week. Dr. Abernethy, the great English physician.

|'J'. Honey and Tar cures coughs owner. Baker, of .I'lainvlew Neb., writes: "1\y\ and the little school (house fairly echoed Mr. ItarneN Sanders with a number of Foley' Kidney Cine make i

uand prevents pneumonia. Take The Tibbals Country Club held an unusually wife suffered from lung trouble for fifteen with the sweet strains of the old familiarair his young men friends. made, a trial tripIn sound kidneys Sold by Wllnon A boa

t1l11te8. B, K. Wilson & Son I pleasant meeting on Thursdaylast. years. She tried a number of duo which ended the exercise. his new launch up to Tltnrvllle, last

Mrs. J. '1'. Waters presided In her torn and spent over fKXK) without relief. Saturday, returning Huuday.
happy way, giving\ to each and all a She became very low and lost all hope Georgiana.
Cocoa. Now that the church Is once
White City. hearty welcome. The decorations were A friend recommended Foley's Honey
In there will be
Pride of IndU for the reception room, and Tar and thanks to this great remedy more pond repair, a song
piervlo evenlog at 7 o'clock Mr Hughe \ Mr Hrnner
Sunday .
Mrs. heal very was vUltlng
the hall. hhe butter
filled saved her life enjojn
rjfnendsof while roses galore" it '* SI\ r*. E. E. Gi lines ha bought the with Mrs J, M. Field a. organist.Thero and Mr*. )Pirn-re Filday of lat week ,
Mis. Leicester Sawyer has known In ten ten
Sorrenson gave her Otla Cureton and Mrs th than she years. building In which the bakery I located
"rron her birthday anniversary. won three /game of flinch In five, and Refuse substitutes. Sold by Wilson, eon and made some Improvement on It. will l I", service, at the church Mr. Knitlnn, of Cocoa) Is housekeeper
Robinson were duly presented with a lovely bouquet next !Sunday' (tat. :2"!:' Preaching, by Kev.If. for J. W. Hruner and daughter ills
[ has built addition
I'tUe' house an of cut flowers. The latter lady O. K. Wood and bill daughter, Mis II. MtuiKls both morning and evening./ Winnie.Capf./ '

on Oleander avenue. waived' all claims to ownership and presented Viking. Addle, returned from theft stay In New There irlll Im communion after the Carter of Dea,1 WOO, b. D., hall F

H Mrs j. A. Campbell were cal her portion with the entire prize. Yak They will won leave for their morning. service. rented Mi*. Taylor* cottage und himself
ler. and Mrs. Fransen af- refreshments were served, after St.T ncle home.
Sunday Elaborate >
and wife will .pond the winter here.BarneK .
There lIha. Waller, of Mrs. Win.
and sociability Viking In on a "boom; are
which dancing/ The workmen have been buy for several Saunders met with accident fart
a Revere
two new bouies going up. Sunders launched his boat
to disperse.
In'rel until the hour came
stepped on a nail the other prevailed and McMullen were day tearing down the old freight Saturday morning./ In sxime unaccountable Tuemlar of leaf week and took It home i
t the wound was slight! and soon I Mesdames Cureton the only ones Mr. Nelson went to Ft. Pierce, Tues building on the railroad duck The new manner she slipped. and fell in her Wednesday She Is a beauty and no 0 0mixtake.
the guests of honor, being day returningVednell.IIlY.. building will be completed a* feat anpossible. room, dislocating! her right, hip. Owing I. .

r four citizens enjoyed a de- from out of town. Mr*. Nelson called on Mr Helaeth and to her advanced age ((7A sad very feeble\ There are only two or three house 1
i 1 coffee, Mr Strande /Sunday: afternoon. who ban been health It Is doubtful If *h.. will recover
at the home of Mrs. Chrls.l'na : Fred Fisher, managerof now for rent and those that aieeipectlog
,het Iunday.: Jensen. DIr Strande shipped several boxes of the Ice work since the Ice works are the use of her limb again.Lotus.. to spend the winter In our model little t i

thin week. Prices are good now. being removed, will have ample arrangement town had better oiire them at once. ? '
Orel has started out on oranges/ for the supply of Ice to all who
K?kctQvai">ioK for holiday books. The bean farmers are busy planting Mr. Daniel new residence In nearly may need it. The Dime Social at the school house
abundant success. fields. completed. He will move In the new last Friday evening was a decided aunt +
their tbl week. The Cocoa and Rockledge New rejoices con. They had what they called\ "A
I Campbell haa been kept busy There were quite a few people went to house In the comfort and adoption Miss) E.a Owen of Georglana, was ft Hit and 1\11. Program" and It was a

) days erectlog I' hog proof the barbecue at Ft. 1'lercelrom Jensen. Mr. Helseth Is Intending to have a their: new quarter, their buslne havIng visitor to Mrs. Walker Saturday good one too. The young people had

protect his sweet p tatoes.5hrl"t }Ir. Sawyer was 111 last Sunday windmill put on ale place and run the bought the Julia Robert place. !Mr*. C. D. Provost drove down from GeorglaoaSaturday planned for an evening Innocent fun

nH<"> and Geo. Beck took and Rev was not able to fill his pulpit on that water In the house. King baa room on the second floor on a visit to hi* brother,, end amusement and they had It. The '

I orthe excursion to the barbe- Mr. HeUeth hoe jut flnliihed fertllz- young ladle served refreshments of
i day. I A nice shower and cooler
Dle Beach his pineapples. He expect an abundance Saturday .aodwlolie, cake and lemon le. Mer.
n ibt. retuuinRTueeday/ night. The whether has been cool and blustry Ing of fruit this season. St. Lucie. weather Sunday. Planting will now go .toe Field, Sam Sander and George r .
,. for several days and the tides are running forward Wallace were down from Indlanola. '
I to'nWeatherwax" Preached Walt very high. There ha been a good deal of sickne B. A, Ollteen packed and shipped J. N.
t g ltegood number I lu the his launch among the children of thl neighborhood Cool north wind at present; look out Cbalker'. grape fruit taut week. It l
launched crop -Brantley.
[IIe haa made arrange- J. H. Baker has some changes In For the past week. We hope It will not for wild duck soon. waa very floe well colored fruit.E. .
preach every let and 3rd Sun this week after making be of long duration.
r90p0 of the launch. Mr. Phillip, who now own the Provost; t
in the future. the construction ha R. has engaged J. W. Pin
the lead Ileatberington place Jut completed ner, of Holllt( \ to aimlat him In hi* Mr of Eau theguest
Lamoot Trading Co., take Two From Death. substantial Itoyer. Oallle wa* ,
bad the The Jensen Saves a high very looking, new
migfortane to work and Mr Tinner arrived Saturday. it
() delivery wagon. It !Is the of Mr. B. Stewart Tuesday
1b) l7b Dal1' which penetrat- In the fine credit to the "Our little'daughter hail an almost fatal dock.
JOt Sloe entertn the ball best In the town, and U a attach of whooping cough and bronchitis Some part I". say they aw enough/ pea Confeiiftioiitt of I'rlent. C. 8. Stewart, of Tropic, wa the guest
,, I a
last FrWay morning canting new firm. ," write 11r.V.. K. Havlland of ant shell* to shell a wide road from Ht. of Mr. and 1\lre. R. B. Stewart Saturday '

to 1Io and, making Ie Impoulble Mr. Carrow of the Armour Co., and Armonk, X. Y., "b> t, when all other :
sack attend{ the barbecue at Fort Mr. Tysen of the Mapea Fertiliser Co., remedies failed 1, we caved her life with launch the next morning after the gay writes, "For 12 year I suffered from E. Booth U clearing away oma of,
to his 1 disappointment. here sollcltng business for tbelr respective Dr. Kln '* New Discovery. Our niece arty who went to Jenieo Saturday bad Yellow Jaundice. I consulted! a numberof the big oak and palmetto tree on Mr. .
are company's. who had consumption In an rdvancerlrtage occupied It. 'I'be following well known physician and tried all sort of medicines Stewart's place.

A Lute Letter. also used this wonderful medloib person made op the happv crowd MUElll but got no relief. Then 1 began UUe Jeanie Stewart and Kittle Martin

I not Inte to suffer and to-day she I* perfectly well." Desperate sec *, Cook, MeOulloagb; Killer the ne of K lee trio Bitter and I.el that were shown over the ground at Mr.Hancock' .
rest you If you're look. FREE-Knowing what it was throat and lung disease yield to Tacker and Chase and Masr Coon, I am now cured of a disease that hail tbl week. '
r piles tUUaO ed salve! for sores, I will give FREE OF CHARGE, to Salt any Jt.< King' Nw Discovery a* to no other Feaster, Cook, Godfrey Bannder and I me In Its grasp for twelve year" If pretty place, I
,re. lto Dodd of Ponder aftlloted' a positive cure for Eczema dls- medicine on earth. Infallible for Jasper They danced at the Eden Beach yon want a reliable medicine for liver G. F. Faddlson and family and Frank

.learluffered with an aglj Rheum Erj ipelas, Piles and Skin and cold SOc and $1.00 coogh.I' avllllon and took .upp r at J Den with and kidney trouble itomach disorder or Houston, of Eau Gallie, were her last

S!!ai' IDs of 'Inltant relief. Don'tsuteelooq- anteed by all druggist. Trial )if r*. Anderson. The party wu chaperoned general bill ty, get Electric Bl I Item. It' week. They came In Mr. Paddlaon'
i ittttCUr.eU It >. thelbertc Srwrlt. F. W. WlltUm-, 400 ManhattanAre. tee. by Lionel CbaM. fuarantecd by all druggist. Only 60o. fast launch, tlie Wynooa.
... at HI York.
drug stores ., Xew ,



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When be entered the room tnere wa

Free and but one woman In It. A trim tIiUre8too Florida East Coast

Accented Masons
plain but neat gown, cut In the fashion .
of the times while on the head was i a (
cap which entirely concealed the back L yw o LOCAL TIME CARD No. 49. In Effect May 28
Indian y hair. Percy advanced, and as be did so k!: DOWN. ,

Tltusvllle the woman turned but while his face y NOg1NB0Ury0rRC10
River ,, 9
was in the full light of the window / .

Lodge. \ Florida.Hold hers wa not There was somethingvery ,r era" ; "c '> ail9/. DaN0.il29 STATIONS -J 11\:0.\: 98 t 11011 Mtg,.I

tho snnonil and fourth Friday familiar In the rather attractive -
of*minli lu niootiniTH month a' their room, Indian River the DO! I' .9 .0. Lvt..............Jacksonville .... ....... ''A 1
face. Percy was sure bo knew girl .......... I
Hotel,Tltm Mlle, at 1 am o'clock p. in. l6' 9ais94Bs I .. .8uJaak..nvlll.. """. .. Lvsd4.: 7Wp
but could not place her. 4'"H c .1 SOp.101lll. .....:.. .?.... .S..AulfueUIl....!.!... ...; .... 7..1:1111"DI. \ : "
J. L. CfUTiithers Worshipful M. tlr. the bet (C: .. 11118. ............... .....H.IIlR............. ... .A x ..
T. II.'m, Senior Warden.. "Lassie, he said "you've got .. 4, : Ep.= U .11' ,,, ..... .....1. PalaUa. ...,. .. .... .. ... .,.,.lpld:
N. W. Carroll,Triamirar.F. Junior \Var. l n ter of me. What Pete Prestwich in r ChgNCG .. z'" "'I 1 > Ar......,......"....PalatkaMaMu. ..... .; .
J.. Morgan 1.Ijxon. 8ooretary.H. woman's clothes !. F0 ffi" !.!!.! "..:. .. .. ...........P.leat.. ... .. .. ..... '. Ar|..etaT." : !'a1i
F.:Brown: ,Oliaplaln.: lie started back. Something came cFk :$011: m .-....... Ar..8..n .... ...... . ,. -" '
J. R. Walker, Senior Jwmoon.f. .. .. B 01oaLo..............San >Mateo....... .. Ark I f
W, Rolwru Junior I>e.on. rushing over him like the moving of a Jzw(4: i'Y&rii ai1 1.p Lv...,."............Neul(".... ....... ....". ."..Lv 8 H"n,". l
11'. M. Taylor,Hnnlor Steward.F great flood."Notlman. .. .0fq fI ....................unnfdl............... .. s f td al.t b/M
A.. IrfmlBV, Junior Steward said Anne c' C) w. ...................".Duponi................ & ,
M. I!:. KiiKliiili, Tyler. ; a woman, CIIIIC': C lii-UI"P .................... Ormond............... .B 41 '" tip*
lookiugNlown at the floor. l I e "'oCC: e ......"............Davtona. ........... ........ r "n H I t
The- revolution to Percy that a woman Gel e ........".........PorsOrang........... .... >> I ISen.r Iat

A Woma.n'SWinning had stood between him and an even c=aA tl 03 pShOIp..Newemlrua. Hill.....e4uul'1t01F .. ; i!

:oC .1 P.III5P..O..k. ................::: '> :: :
chance between life and death resulted () .' .a p .1 p .......................()!>oo...................... .8 J 11.,, -1,
Method In a complete' conquest. They 'left the WC flOp t sap ....................RnoYled n................... I" .!!11 1 '- !
buccaneer service married and lived 16. ....................Kau Oallln.............. ..... ..s 1 ya 001
: I.a I /IOP .....blelliourne.firbastlan ............. ... 6a'II'
the life of plnn-- {-co rt: I 09as 13 p ........ .......... .............."..... .e 1 t5ssllU'
""TED.. c: I 01.. IS Up ........ ...........lIt.! L..I.. ..... f12 a1a14e11111.
[Original.] w.Ijn.; .11..5 n P ........:.......... .Ft.PI..lro. ::....:.::..... mgsjul0..11 fiola'
The term "buccaneer" 1* associatedla Tri-Weekly Sailings I!; ... t Ilaa" Up .................... ................."..". 'allf0ps1otl4
:: 1I..a Up. '.,....... ... ,..... ... ril00pt/N
most people's hinds with that of YOU KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TAKING :... t ... a 11 P :::.:::::::...........J.Edftll....::::::............ rl121I"Ie'Ie'I&QIA.
'rho buccaneers JACKSONVILLE and NEW. YORK. !Dos; 11IIIa. 0 IP ................... .. Stuart................... x1116i I'' .
"pirate. wero at first When you take Grove's Tasteless Chill BETWEEN e a t E P .... ............., Hob Sound .................. I11COpe0Ne
rtvl1tpprl authorized to pray on Spanish Tonic bemuse the formula I In plainly olltaa z: :;) s. a. 1 ......... .......! Went Jupitor....... ... .. ..... ''.lU"'I'11)371"1''
printed on bottle showing that It Is !!!t s a s i I p .............Welt Palm Beaoh.. .............
commerce, but ufterward degenerated every and Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) lCM: .4 P .....................XoyntonDslray. ............ .... 'IUI"'I;", I7
lmgly Iron Quinine In a. taatoless .Ia] ...................... ...... ...... ..... .Ur"UI
Into sea robbers. On one of these lo.'m. No cure, No pay. SOcts. in the Coastwise ServiceThe C= e 9 p............ .Ft. Lauderdalo.\ ..... .,..... .,. .s103pse.903pe"a!
buccaneer ships more than a centuryago The Finest Steamships c o: 80 I' ................... Ilallandal. *........., ..... ....? t 733i'Z itpsIB7
e as9t7p ................Lamon City ............
among the crew was u woman ANCIENT COFFEE.The Ar .... .......... .. 10. ,0lI
dressed In mane clothes. She bad Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ..=!...- e Te e 9 115 .Miami .. ... .. ....... ...Tyle I 7 cap. (6BCIIFDULEs I 00 1 .

\vOVn: this attire for several ytmrs as n Way the D............ W.. IlrewedIn Direct Service Between OF BRANCH LINES.

soldier nnrl halt token part In n number the Seventeenth Cenlorr.There I
Jacksonville Providence and all Eastern Points BABTB-OKD OnANO.IJI .
: of battles! "'holl peace: carne she are lu existence In Great Boston CITY BBASCH.BTATIOMi. .

coOcludtnl to try the sea, and, shippingfor llrltnli n few copies of an ancient (Calling: at Charleston S. C., both ways) STATION. No.i 12 'rJoiil I Mo.t ..
DR" Dally pally pally
c-ookbdok, fiubllrthod In l the West Imllen, joined the hue- > BKMI-WEEKLY: .8AirjXB8. ....:.... Ho..ton fOB a J'"......... Tltii'rtll* .........Ar fill-B0|) '
I The cif her what III pcrhapH the first Knglish recipe flniithlmnml ... .. .. .. from Lewis Wharf '
careers secret BOX wall! furtUliouna"-. .. ..... ......from fuutof Catherine Street, Jacksonville f71..r.v..Mlllle..A. flj 37p eSOOp8l0tO"L.N.8m 'na. Adele,
for coffee. Tho recipe reads: Mf P3aL.v..Oa'ee, i...........Ar fll >KM eSUp.It".II.v '
W !H1 preserved, and not a person knewthat -- (.M.L...........KnterprlHo: ..........Ar ell Oat' i 369p Ml Bun,Lv ( 'a'n'ip"',; ,'n, \rAU
she wan a woman. "To make the drink that Is now muchused ..IIO..Ar.......: _EF''t TI\ .. ... .....L..I080.. ..40Q.II45oAr' -I i.- -. -?,,Or J-JU-X<:'ii, i a, i I." Ala.lOC:: ,
1 Anno 1'rpntwlcli, or Peter, I called c'offee. Clyde St. Johns River Line. "1Io.2 N O' 17 MA.YPOBTSo.. S140.20' No 22 No"2Tl| .

as she wait known on the bnccHneer, "Tho coffee: berries are to be bought ass, and w Dsll*NO'19tN-O' I Dally. ,
fell desperately' In l love with OliO of the nt any nl"glllt, about seven shillings (Denary Line.) Sundry]: Da117 .b ; 13R ANC: UX.H I- Dam li.. heel ''ally.
altars, P'rclvalVhitford. a large, blue the lJOun nnd. Take what quantity fire In you an Stopping at Palatka, Astor, St. rranrIH, Knrenfonl' (DeLaml), sod intermediate landIngs s 0 tO p e 8 40 t's I eo I' n 3 C1 90 80.IL\.I..klOn.m.| ..Ar'* T ;10 n -;n 4u-.1, 1 *c e tg.
please, over u ,
cynd, flaxen! : hnlred. devil may cnro fel- charcoal on the 8t"'ohn''tlvr.' e961ps0O3fe1Ceie001pa98NaLv,8oJevk.nnvUh I ; .Are6t2easn.! : ? -.t -a., : c-,
dew, who though he treated Anne In old frying pan, keep them always stir 110 a O P'iq 84p eO I ill 401x0, I'Ba'lr.' Ir s 6 .111" all 111112 ..OI 1: ;: i 811;: '
ring until they be quite black, and STEAMER "CITY 0851" e 9191 P 3 1" a 2 i' P 110 14 a Ar..AUanne B ch.lT8 6 l'I, B 7 r.5 -1t 191 1 Ip!!,
.. frlundly a nuinner IItJ any one else not AWOINTKD TO SAIL AS 'OLLOW8: .0031a' tt 071a3Ci.10Blair,5Aypat.Jvs6oinion'| -12 3Ci 5JJj I J

knowing that nht. .WIIH n woman, had that when It you la black crack within one with n8 It la your wlt'hont teeth, 8uuth-II"nd :Sorth-I\ound These TRee Tiblp show tile tlm.nt which trains. may. 1mT ....t.t .1 t e ... .-and;;;"
no( thought of the tender pillion. heed down. 8CIH'DULI': HeRd from thusovrmliitatloiis,but tlii'tra rival or ilpparturn at the t ilmna ntif i l lmor I' ", 0....

\ Anne roncenled\ her love, not daring yet if you exceed, then do you waste 341 p. III. ... .. .. .._.... ... ...ji W1iit..vllle.. .... ...... ....... .. .. \rrlvtlI\ 00 a. au. does tbo Company hold limit responsible for any delay or any' "111'-' ',u,,' i -'. n.
to reveal with confession of her the Oyl. and If less! then will It not lo- Leave 8411 p. In. .... .... ... .. ..... ... ..,1..latk.. ... .. .... ... .... ........ eave 8 00 p. m. f+om. i __
'ft /I liver Its and It .should Leave 3 'ala. ab ........ ..... .... ..... .. 'etnr .... .... .. ... ... l.eave180\ p. m.
sex for fear that Percy would be rn Oyl; you continuo leave 4 80 a. m...... .... ... ,.. .... .Ht. Fnmels. .. .. ..... ... .. .. .... ... Leave lOOp. w. KEY WEST AND
the For tire till It be white, It will then Leave. ... .. .......... .. ..Jloreelorll ("eLan") .. .. ........ ...... (cave 1200 non HAVANA.
pallet knowledge. month
by make no coffee, but only give you Its ArrIve 830 a. III. .. .... .... .. ..... ... 6.ur.. .. .... .. .... ... .. Leave 930 a. m.
salt. Heat and force through a lawn
opportunity arose for revcnling| her sieve. Gen'l PaSsenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. SOUTH BOUND. NORTH BOUND -'"

love under the most! favorable clrcuin- I.YMt.ml8..' hor....... i.. ...,.. .... Sons r..n.van..JlJt'ln.o'rl
BtatkeeH. Perry became involved In a "Take clear water, and boll onethirdof ... M. IRONMOolOER1.J&.,Asst.Oen. Han. Art.| !i04 Went hay at.,.'a.k onvtlle. Fla. Ar Key West Ban.,Thur ...... ...... ..... 15 03 rr \ A"pyW"etM..n, F-1
It away, and It Is fit for use. Take W. (J.COOFKa: ,Jr., Local Frt.Ait. JackHouvllle.( O.J F.LOVK'L, Supurlntintent| Jaukionville. Key Wait Han.,Thur....... ...... ..". 10 3D p Lv Ky, Went Tui-i .HatArMftml .
quarrel with a sailor I named Mlll'k'n.nn4 F oat Ho an 8r.,JackHnnvllle Fla.A. rH.van.Mrttl.-n.. ...... .. .. "".. ... 7001 Tuea. But _
.a challenge punned. U'hltford anti, one quart of this prepared water, put C. HAOEUTV, Oan'l Ktmfn Pass.Ant. Hew York CLYDK .MII.VK:' :, (Oon Frt. A\'t.,New York. y
In It of prepared coffee, THEO. O. KOKIC, General Manager. VM. I' CLVUH. CO.. General Agents.
one ounce your For copy' of Local Time Card or other Information add.-ens any t/car
MltUklu were In different watches nnd Cbesebruugb HullclloK, 19 State St.,Opposite Hattery Park. New York.
anti boll It gently one hour, and It Is fit
the duel could not take pines until otter z. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, Fl
for your uso; drink one-quarter of a O. II. WALTON. Agent, TitusvIlle, Via
elg'bt.bpi 111 In the afternoon. Shortly
pint as hot as you can sip It. It doth ,
--- ----- ---- --- -- -
attar dinner a number of the cl'l'w'Wl're -
abate the fury and sharpness of the
lolling on the forecastle, among them Acrimony, which la the gender of the f ) '''f..tLj DETOOIT
Anne Fmttwlcli and :Mllllliln."You'll SE.A.JBC>.A.JEr.I; > -. .: mrwvtroifjf
Diseases called Cronlcal. f -
,, ) F
make short work of tho blu
--------- "\ ,
eyefl fellow," remarked ono of the men :" ; I CirVTLAND
AIR LINE RAILWAY. I t"rri .t ; .
to II\1kln.\ Kim u Ten Penny Mail Through .$ ........ ..., 'Y.,,' :;
"If he does," anti Anne "It'll be by ;. ..aS CIfIC'A SBVu
Ills land. 1 \
foul ineann." .. -FOR- J jl.I

1 ""'hntt"! cried Mllllkln, starting up, While opening box, J. C. Mount of trf.P1'ct
Slide the other looked thunderstruck. Three Mile Bay, N, Y., ran a ten penny :SAVANNAH:! COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN TINES, RICHMOND, C

I "Didn't you hear me?" replied Anne. nail through, the fleshy part of his hand WASHINGTON, BAI/flMOUE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, Q.fI r Lj,1. yqlrrcN
"CitwordH don't fight fate They nlwnr I thought at once of all the"pain and N .T L'+UIS Tj D RICMN1 MAh
soreness this would cause! me, he says,
ID nn it we to get "i>me ndvimtage./ "and inonedistelyapplied Chamberlain'sPain Two Elegant Trains Dally .| J

"You dare say till to me!" shouted Hiilin and occasionally( afterwards. vCL47ULTIL

MlUlkln, standing on hi* feet and put- To my surprise It removed all pain and Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. ,4

I ling hU. hand to hU, knife. soreness and the Injured parts were soon r'J.r"l.13 ,
"1 nay nothing except what's true." healod." Sold) by all druggists and medicine MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. LexI)7v

Mllllkln made a rush for Ann, but dealers. ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans : r.7 Ti"I iii AiN)4RR

4 thiAo present stood between.

I. "['U have your life for this!" cried Don't Let Them Get. Chilled. For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent I I cJffipLcflrI

MU1l1dn.i'AIi soon a... I get through See to It that tho chicks never become Seaboard, or writeA. 4'

with Wbltford I'll attend to you." chilled by huddling In the cornersof _
"Why wait for that?" imked Anne the brooder outside the hover, for O. MAcDONELL, AII..t. Oen. 1'<11111. \gt. S. O. HOYLSTON, Puns. Agt. /;: w, iN
coiltiy.' "This Is. as good a time as any, when once they become chilled they JACICSOXV1LLE, FLORIDA.Atlantic '

and< you'll have to wale till eight bells cannot get warmed, they become weak N
lt' toe Whltford." legged and sit as close to the beater of --- gAtCLo ;

"Agreed.; I'll fight you now. Draw! I the brooder as they possibly, can get I

"I have choice of weapons, end I while the other chicks stand upon them

cliiwe swords," mild Anne, and crush. them; or, having become Coast Line R'y. LU

A ring was formed 11 couple of ordinary chilled their food will ,not digest and

I swordH were brought up from they die of bowel complaint.Kitttenlnsr For' a_ .. NI
Now, and the two opponents set to /tLl 1AVA
The Great Through Car Line from Florida.
'W.1HI. Anne, the ex-soldier, who bad Turkey. SMOOTH RUN
becU drilled In sword exercise In bar. We are told that It does not pay to
I rncJEfi, from the first showed her snl yard turkeys In order to fatten then, k
Over Its own rails Savannah; Charleston, Richmond and Washington thencevia vSOUTHERNRAILAVAY ICR
41 >fri rlty to Mllllkln: whoso only prac- as the confinement worries them and the Pennsylvania Rtilroad. I.

tlre.bad been In action with the cutluss.! they will not take\ on flesh.. This sounds

She I'I'l't'lvNla few scratches which her rviiHonahie. as turkey like their liberty TO 'Til 'V I S'r. .

,opponent intended for mortal wounds. and will not fatten anyway until
,'1'he Louisville\ A Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. K. To
-and, watching her opportunity, ran through growing.SYEOCIt.

him through the heart. Mllllkln TO Till: 13A8T VIA STKAMSIII. WASHINGTON. NEW YORK' II ASHVILLE and

dropped dead and Anne, wiping tier VIa Savannah and Ocean for Now C
Steamship Company York Phll.tdeldhla, Bos and the SPRINGS N.
.w, ird on her trousers turned and went t
> ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore Via Sa\
clown the companlonway. vnnu.ih and Merchants' and Miners' TrnIlRI.nrttnin Company for Haiti- h I; CINCINNATI CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"Vhe
When Whltford came off watch ho more Bud Philadelphia.TO "

lint \been told that there was no quarrel i l NORTH and WEST... || I ts "The Sapphire Country.

on his hands. since Peter Prestwlchluuj JCI5Y WEST AND IIA"ANA.
U Newest ..i. Dtnlntf, Car
removed his antagonist, lie went Via Peninsular, A Occidental Steamship Company. II Pullman Cara S.rv4c.
trjJght to Anne,whom lie found In the ;t On All Tralaaa. Th. B...-

fontcnstle."Pete! the who Connection Made at Jacksonville for ,,., .f....
," he said "what do you mean Shylock was man all Points I .OtJT.IERN RAILWAY H. F.CART Dlat"+ -"
C lOll W Bay Sir***. JnecaoiiviLLa. F...-
I tiy taking my <1IIIIrrt'U"I | wanted a pound of human ilill.UAIE TICKETS. W. A, .r..... p T M.. Wuhinron. D. C. S. M. MA.c..ic.. C ,.. A, Wuhincton C
had to aim
as good n right fight
l H C. P Atlanta C
A. *
us ,'ou." flesh. There arc many Interchangeable mileage ticket good over 1JX)0: ) miles of among the prliiclal -

"Hut they say you Insulted him without Shylocks now the convalescent > railroads lu the southern states, are on sale by the principal njienti. --a. 1Aywa-A.

cftuw. Then you proponed to fight For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C, [.., or write --

\a Liia before I hud my turn with him." the consumptive the FRANK O. BOY LSTON, Commercial Agt. W. U. STAIIIC, Tray Pass. Act. O 3E3Z: eA, s. B z v r2 a OFLA.

"1't's; that's true." child the 138: West Buy St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. JACKSONVILLE, .
"Well, It's plain that you stepped! In sickly young I. JU, EMERSON, TrAIn Manager W. J. CRAIG, Oen'I. Pass.( Agent. BIT, lUg w. Hay St..

!. I:' hci vwn him and m.. Mllllkln: never woman all want human flesh WILMINGTON N. C.HERBINE,

.. .. .
Tell me wby have In. - -
you and they can get Jt-take ---
tN.r..d to shield me" Fuk

lotto turned away, but there waiBO'.Qathlng Scott's Emulsion. ? FULL l

In the glance else hIm 1 i
Scott's Emulsion fa flesh MaiaFe
" I that cent u thrill through bin though k

't' lio C'IoI l not know why.Tho and blood bone and muscle.It EXPRESS pllp

next day the buccaneer touched h a verltahle dralton of Ill-bealth It .
port lit one" of the coast towns and feeds the nerves, strengthens i lt..b. -

\vlifrn the tlrHt batch, of shore, leaves the and they 1\ WHY 1 Simply becauseupon the M, lr
digestive organs of the Rrat I Indication J
wtnst grontiHl It happened that Peter Quinineorthat malady the system I. usu.lly erWUr g ud with j joz.

r 1'rOwtwlcli and PercyVbltfonl were feed thf whole body. Don t Do It.deadly It's mllle"I-ealoll1el Dangerous, ia 14.u'l as $49I ?
uniting the number who went tishore.W&ea Repo.ltlve guaraotoe
they reached the quay Anne For nearly thirty years

' 3 wcht off by herself, while the other. Scott's Emulsion has been the -- .
b ranmevau4. .... .
soi I Ht the nearest mtloou. Later' th1'drtrtt.od of human flesh. "purely" .. '"",'. i> i ; SI
b ,; into the San Louis tavern, and great giver eurn.rb and urn.all ggggggasIt. I

II' "ft-Vfttt they were standing at the bar a JOo per bo.U. All .
Dru.J.. .o
waiter stepped up to Percy Whltfonlnnil We will send you a couple of .. I p DfUVtRrt) fOR$12CJ.9 : t" 12 Q

whispered that a lady wlhed to see ounces free,

I hlu In u parlor upstairs.. :Not: awaro t.Y r '
that Ua knew any wuipan In the place. SCOTT A BOWNE, Chemists.4OQ $9'
HO PeArl Str Jt. New York.joe. .
I ij h& hesitated a moment, then without ....94.w i all druitrWt.| It. W'1 LSOX & SOX.
IIP9ILI'.j.Uar.91 r.4 olugapuultredout Agents for the Pabst JUrevrlns Co.


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DIJ'r: : ..
: In Color Frnicrant und \V... ,
Adapted For Furelnii.American

TITUSVILLE Gardening nays It labe I to

hoped that the long sought for y<' -
}o'LOlUD.J. .\.
low forcing rose which sbnll possells l -
i -- all the qualities/ thnt are!! to a

O. BAST, Propnel variety In this country Is supplied I to
the American horticulturist In the 11ew

A p Introduction of the hybrid tea roe A NEW INVENTION.

1 / Itkfk. DUCK SHOOTING. Fran: Decgcn. The variety has bet'D

I a. -- and FISllIK .
,% Rates: *2 50 per day. % Recently Patented all Over the World.

r f 10 and $12 per week.

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Made In various shakos and sizes of

e WOOD, IRON and 11RONZK. Will
; '
.tf : work equally well with rope, chain 01

i wire rope.
w'i Will work at any height upside down

dr horizontally or at any angle and will

top and look a any point. +

Invaluable for every kind of business

where a block la needed frequently saving -
\ the labor of one man or moio. ,

Nothingiiko It for hanging or uti'etchIng -

'' ,11 11"I' AddioHsnll communication to the
rya + largely: exhibited at the various fol1 I Id I t6i
) !'' I"a shows and has been a recipient of I a
IIIiI Walton Self-Locking Block Go
ttRld ( Il I ,
!w- many honors lu the form of mE'dals.Including .
{ I I I ,
i that of the American RQE II P (lacorporuted.)

society II I I il'II andRowe's 40,1Elevated Atlantic\ Avo.Ne"r .
5 I I Ofllco Waimoom i

.3 qrGBA According of New to Jersey Its Introducer., the habit M.Asuiua ot. II 1 h'' I,11, Illlti ll _I ; __I\\_IIII'IIII'li'li I Wharf Htatlon.BOSTON II II II I'ti lh''I'' I I'49'

and flower production Is tin i 1II ':' 1 1' I III'j' MASS., ''
of a tea. The color of the flower ''i II I I ----- V IC '
-- -- I
-- ----- II I II I I .
than Is seen In Peel b IP Sample Blocks can be soon at the Ai> I Ili P I II
la yellow II L
deeper I m I1 J
I lilt f' VOCATK o Iltco\ Tit us vlllo; und at the IItOI'O yyall 'I !, I I ''i ,q
dos Jiudins and, the bloom ages amI I l I { I tlIt
I 'I Ill of 4: B. I1l1l>bnr.I.It Co., Jacks/'nville. I i,I I'I''ilk' ', 'I u I I 141j I
VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the petals expand from the center I a Call and see these blocks woiklng.
rich deep! yellow Is seen which Is very;

attractUc. Of fragrance Franz De- The following, outof'huniliedB, are A sample of the testimonial received by the Walton i4elt-Locking Block Cot

gen has a goodly share. In size It Is M HUckntoim street' HnntnnIJan.llathkl8.' | ;

medium. WALTON M..L..I.I.Il.SO. Itu sic (Y>. / ln tit, ok In lilmiks whlrfi wn olitfllnml From
Opposite postoffloe. Centrally located Thoroughly repaired and renutated. l1 K N'blocks Hi oil' riwt ry, cm our eluvateil truck hnlstingsod lownrlnic from nim Mimr tn mioth r, to.
'nu. VtiiuUI Kay \>'e hnv need dltr."t kindll..r and tied tl.oiu, the inoiit rnllnliltt uml I..t.Id.x'kIt| | tliU klml we have ever uneil.I .
I CANTALOUPE CULTURE. We havo K'vnn' the Wiillnn SPIT looking lilorku a pretty 1 KIM tent to know time .at I luxe wo have. rniiiiilWliat. Wit lmv' .for )e.rsHMiiillmutlug
to thin "';-:teD, mill imiro then pleased' M
in a gloat Invontliiii.mill we am KI".I "give you
l. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . The OeorvlM I..da.-A ..umm.rrof :.. for Von can use till notion In allY way nu |il n".i.Ytrnru. very truly. J.(DUNCAN A.CO.VALTON .

liec.nt l .p.rl.......

Rates fU: 50 per day and up. Cantaloupe culture has recently be 8RI' .P-IOI'KINO ilt.orK IC'., lilnt'k with iO\ fret (if anclyo"IIIIII"c\ M
.lr of 0 In. .It-IIII'kIIlK 1 Cackle *, tire
(j KM"I.K)IUN I_Abmit two ,..>r kii a
B. VV. SPERRY, Propiletor.HORELAND try come In an Georgia Important says agricultural a bulletin of Indus th<- lie time lam to clml report to to..the mn oompnnv awry much If I fouinl 1.I..a..d i > tnmt.It'in sat Ili I rarrory.MII unit find the. blacks just right. all tlia.tlina stet In every |>liiiw. limy' are' 'ircrtaliily wtintev ,
.iry man needs, a ho tins any tine for blocks,a* tint) "nv 1 time and Inl or. rucrC.010 yours. F. I'.IIwlCLt.1"i': s
The variety -
state experiment Your truly, luster III drain and HiillttttnT HIII|>|| M, Newport, N.|,,.
grown la the Rocky ford. Thl

S I HOTEL West 13 variety wus tirst cultivated extensively \'\ ALTON 1'111:1.11'-,1)11'0: nL'WK Co JI..t..II.IMIUlII.IIltS1'1.I tit, .and have (riven tricin nfiilr/ t...t and
JACKSONVILLE FLA. In south Georgia but Its culture arrol lilneka* ran wilt h..roi..11>") to handled Faby,1st. .without MH.iiuil ", .n. 'lhy coiiMtqticutlyirnvy
of the
has spread northward until lust sea am well pluHHUil with tlin working many umil. .tern for ho..IIIIIK wetp ur Ioore.W' :!. .
hundred acres were raised .live us money They ate .ui>erliir toanythlua .e have ever or Ito' ;!C.W.1.1 l.lWv: : II/:; ('IIMI'ANYws' -
son many l'iir .W, T. K s uwr, 'I.r..r.llcl.ton..
American plan. Centrally located Just built and opened In middle and north Georgia.

Cantaloupes thrive best upon a
1I this! season. Fine cooking and (food table. Hot and CoM Water soil. For south
warm suudy
contain F<> S.A..LE.
Whs. Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All Georgia a fertilizer formula
log 8 per cent phosphoric acid. 7 percent
street oars pass the door. Rates $2,00 to J.50: per day. potash and from 3 to 4 per cent 1 Good Road NotesWide I a.nd
of nitrogen Is recommended. For upper Hotel with Seven Cottages 10

Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. Georgia more phosphoric acid and tlrai are road maker, narrow Acres of Land.ita1tipf'.t .
should be u <*d.
n little loss potash
In each
tires are rood destroyers.
selected seed of the
the beat
Only state that does not already have one
JKNSKN.FIIESCO should be planted
Rocky Ford variety a wide tire law should !be ptisHtNl, 111111-
A large part of the seed planted In pIe in Its requlreuieuts, positive in Its

JEVSEX: FLA. Georgia Is obtained from Colorado.. enforcement.In .
Center of Pineapple Belt. Early planting, generally do best. Plenty Erie county.. N. T, convict labor Is
used nt least ten
of seed should bo
.. cut crushed stone for
used In turning
L iUNDER NEW MANAGEMENT. to fifteen MIL The plants shouldbe
per highway biilldlnn. It U raw the pi' ill
The iirottiost location on Indian River Larjio beautiful grounds\ Non:6entenL thinned to one In a bill. tins proved very HiicceHKful.. and Is favored '

> Fino KUhlug; and hunting Terms reaHonable. Letters anmieguim The nearer the cantaloupe Oelds to by the 11I'1"IIII'rll.OwinK ,, .

reserving rooms will receive prompt attention the railroad the bettor the chances for to the few convicts nvailnblu

JOlIN'S. PARK, Owner anll'roprletor. profit as expensive hauling Is saved.
for fond work InVlllti\ >n county la., \r "e 'Frei.r
--- -- Cantaloupes are very perishable some $U)0) worth of steel roud workers ,

NEST; PALM:: IJIo:ACII. mUHt be shipped In refrigerator cars. A were piuchiiHfd whkh\ are mild to do
will refrigerate tF1 :
car of ordinary the work of t\\'I'lIt.I\'o\ im>n. +Lt1igA k'. + k'M ,
400 crates of melons. b r ItIrk s"4
't1 4' KI W
A deep foundation! and n good watershed srin'

: surface are the essentials. to u
WEST PALM Dual Spmylnir. perfect road. With these and the use ,
have been appliedmore + 1 +r + \
Spraying materials of wide tires the stone roads will lust| w'1ft;
V or less from the first In the form
Open Under new management. years.
of a dry powder usually diluted with Annual repairing 'Is too seldom for a
Overlook Lake Worth. flour or some other cheap
slaked lime dirt roud It should bo looked after

Transient Rates %> to $2.11; ) per day. substance. This method has generallybeen whenever It Kdn: out of shape.

Special Weekly Rates. used In treating low growing It costn. ron..lderable money to build
but In some see-
plants like potatoes first chess\ rotulM but It rout very much
MU3: IDA U. imUXER: Propiietreiw. Liona It her within the last few years to get along without them.
been given a wider application and more Located at HAHNO three <|imters ot n mile south of EAU O ALL(IK, FLORIDA

used In combating orchard pest It Is TO CHICK A COLD IN ONE DAY on the Eau liillle River lellll than half a mile from tho Indian )River and two J

NI W YORK highly recommended by some of those Take' Laxative Ilromo Quinine Tablet. end a half miles,, from" the Oocuii. The property IH two hundred l miles south of

who have adopted It and appears to beof All druggists refund the money If It fall Jacksonville, on the Florid Kant" Coast Hallway, will I the llallrond .Station ad-
It would seem to cure. E. W. Grove's signature U oj
growing Importance. erected In Jsiitl and some of them Lave never
each box. aftcta. lololpir the property linlldlngn ,
where It _
tel value In places
be of special
to: died few mouths nftor their completion.
Marlborough been occupied the original owner having a
is difficult to get water for the wet Citrrleil its Own I'unliiltsfivnt.
nethod. Several machines for dusting Jack-Tom, I'm lu u terrible! IIx. I'm The lintel wan opened for about two months prior to the owner's death, and p,
has not been lined since| All the buildings were moduli In 'the mimt sulistantlal
Broadway, :JJBth and 37th Streets XEW YORK. slants and trees are on the marketPlaut. engaged to three girls I manner and are now lu excellent condition. Tim hotel and cottages are completely i

'')Rllonili.' J0 bath rooms. Lighted entirely with electric lights. Con Tom-Well, that's. not exactly, a 1 fin'nUbnd' and very little of the furniture' has ever been lined. There are two

cted, )0 AmerIcan| and European plans, and is managed under the personapension t'h.rlaecl For Porcine. crime. artesian wells twenty cisterns connected, with newer etc ,
') of the owner. It sceins to be a growing custom Jack-No. That's the worst of It. If The r> the orl"lnalownor t IHfXK) > and will be sold at a sacrifice

E. S. CROWELL, Manager. among French. Dutch and German It were, I could go to prison and hare Cue above ropurtr.OOllt the property.For .

lorlsti to etherize the plants that they tome peace.-Stray Stories. particular apply to or address, M,

ntend to force Into early bloom. Lilacs S/KA Jo'. HATCH. 1) I,. fJAULDKN: W\!. A. WAHXOCK,
have In this way been Hound to Uo as II. !...... for Owner
t M Broadway and 41st Street specially Caretaker on pr"mla"ttorney for Owner Agent l
Yendome '
brought Into bloom before Christmas Hebeccu-Father Is going to marry Eau Oallle. Florida Tltiisvllle, Flo." Jamaica, N. T
NEW YORK CITY. and lilies of the valley are now being for the third time. .
( 'xpcrltnented' with. In the case of lilac aebel-Up must be sentimental -
,RErROOF I :IO rooms, single and en suite with private baths and toile shrubs are exposed for about forty. Uebocca-Oh, no; bo's Just obstinate
he WANT A.
JOllie with YOU
and IF
til: ..
,Hvat. ETTROPEAN' PLAN. Good rooms $1.150; large rooms under hours to the fumes of ether In a -Detroit Tree Press.It .
r'atl' *:>.311 The management U the petmtteupervielon eight .
and -- ----- -
Per day upwards. ------- -------
at tempt.raturl'
\ sealed box a
GRUEN Manager itrmetlcally
of the
owner. of from U3 to tin degrees daring'' Is only by labor that thought ran

tbe day and ft7 degrees at night They bf9 healthy and only by thought that .Building Lot

are then grown lu the manner usual In labor can be made happy.-Ruskin. .. 1 ..
Okr'a'' supply! House of The niinoB| Fishermen's Asuoclatlon. bo forcing bouse. -------- --

$100\ Reward #\ 1OO. lot with a BUILblNO READV FOIL OCCUPANCY,
The Chicago Net and Twine Co. la the Gr..ohon... The read '''ra of this paper will be GROVE .
Look out for front In February and lease> to learn that there at one
Manufacturers of- the fires during the doll Ireaded disease that science has been I'INKAPPJ.K PLANTATIOXor'IRUCK GARDEN '
keep: up able to corn In all Its stages, and that I.I
Well ther. starrh. Ilall'a Catarrh Care iq, the only Ve probably have for sale just what you are seeking. M I\

Tobacco subdues the green fly and positive cure known to tbs medical Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you are
Al:I the bone keeps dowu red spider la the raternlty. Catarrh bet njr a constitution

;reen bouse. al. disease, requires aconntltutlonal treatment looking this way, drop a line to
of chrysanthemums In Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In- 3rd VIc..Pr.WeBt.
Take slips JAS. E. INGRAHAM '.'
March. root them la sand rnally, action directly upon the blood ,
> or
February Inti mucous surfaces of the system, VLOKIDA EAST COAST K'T, .' i
a* they grow. ,
E; and pot up hereby destroying the foundation of
,j Many kinds of bedding plants can be the disease, and giving the patient ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. i

propagated la the greenhouse now by trength by building up the constitution .- \
1SHINC / leans of cuttings and slipa. and aaalstlDg nature In doing Us work -- -- --- -- -- -- -
NETS and Netting of Every Deicrlptlon-0 lilies and other The proprietors have so much faith In the"
Tulips, hyacinths and all ,
o Dealers In Seine Twine, Maitre Cord, Rope, Etc. slnator. albs that were potted In UU tall 8 dearl" Ita curative powers, that they offer On Subscribe for the ADVOCATE get
that It
Fi.hermsn..gJ Dollars for cue
to th. undrrd any
of Whole.*l Prices direct should be brought gradItlly -
l E Indiana Chicago, HI. fall. to cure t Heod for list of stlmonU\- !
St. .. Into warmth with plenty alII.! Address V. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo Coast week.
...Mention In your letter. News of the East
f every
The ADVOCATB rater to Insure bloom after a weeks. O. SoW by druggists, 75o. 'Hair

W e are Members of the DUnola YI.bermen' A..octatlon. ". wnlly I'lUa are the be.&. I

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B ..... .... .
.. -- J. B. WAUCER. H. B. MACE. )

{ -
\12 '" '
Is reliably stated that the Jacksonville r
will cost over $1 K:>,fMA.I ,
1 .Alt Ait the Carnival DEALERS!: : IX-
1I There are many good. reason why 1 When it i* remembered that It will only -
I of Dade. shonld vote fort
people county last for six days, thin look like a big I Goods r
4' ie> return of Hon. James P. Tallaferro price to pay for attractions, but the /IVSfIRqNCE Dry ,
? for United Htate Senate. lIe has represented I selectedthe
u Carnival Association only
tbfs State one term, and :
ony II
the United States.
it YOUU finest In
OS Furniture
during that time ban accomplished so + r
much good that be should be Mot back The Governors of all the Southern' jr l

ICE BILL anyway, but be can and will do still States will tx In Jacksonville'on Wednesday I I iii -
greater things next time. Senator Callas of Carnival Week, and will be on iltT Shoes etc.

; 1 ivr uaiNrs A. returned three terms-representingFlorida the Reviewing Stand with Governor Jennings i w'ry ,
for eighteen years ; Senator when the State troop from the

Pasco twelve years and Senator Mallorywas various Southern Stales are In line. This r AGENTS FORCONTINENTAL'- w
t, ISAVINprovisions WE lk[ nominated for his second term without will be a great feature of the Carnlvtl. I e. o'.ra.r r "

1 cooler opposition. Why Should, Mr. Talla One of the big attraction at the Jacksonville "
'L' ferro be opposed? Florida never had a Carnival will be a daredevil "WHAT CAN'T BE CURED

1 Ice chrildrlvaner.. stronger or more efficient delegation loop-the-loop, which defies all laws of MAY BE ENDURED" .

f rite for b et agent Davis than now.and Senators Congressmen Mallory parkman and Talia-and gravitation. Everybody" should see thelooptheloop TAILORING CO, ,
want to loop
and If they
P. VAITDN: TTITHVIIK fl ferro are all men of Ignal ability and themselves they, will be given that permission If you're Insured, for then the wipingout }
their work during the taut term resulted! they have already arranged of your house shop or factory by fire TIlE BEST CLOTHES.
for thl* State than that provided Inconvenienceyour -
In good
greater In advance with the undertaker. means only a temporary
of all previous ones. They worked together loss Is made good and you can start

in harmony and succeeded in getting One of the Clyde steamers brought afresh with the money any of oar staunch John R Walker & Co L'
I what they wanted. Without disparagement 'i down to Jacksonville\ the other day forty and sterling Insurance companies will ,

to any of the others we can 'i tons or eighty thousand pounds of pay you promptly on proof of loss. TITUSVILLE.

say that to the efforts of Mr. Tallaferro, freight for the big Carnival. This shows -- -
JEWELERS AND MLVKKSMITns more than ttY those of any other, Is due there something doing, and It is stated Branning & Morgan --- -- -

,, 41 West Hay Street, the appropriators for deepening the that this Is only a-beginner. A special c;. u: UUJ _

j, JACKSONVILLE, KI.OKIIM. harbor at Miami. Thin one thing aloneahonid trainload of paraphernalia for I'aine'sGreat Fire and Life Insurance Agents, r
entitle him to the vote of everyman arrived that SCHUYLER. AK.
Spectacular Drama in FLA. C. S. WILSON,,
stock in thin ctlon ofconntiKstabllsbed ,. TITUSVILLE,
Largest In Dade; county.: The expsndltnof : city during the week. E"erybody'Wbo' JENSEN .r
In 18(8.( to be follo..ed.' ear Jacksonville .bouM
f((XfA1OIn dredging, possibly reach I
t Bend for descriptive catalogue. by many thousands more before the by all means see "The Last Days 01 SCHUYLER & WILSON ,
work can be completed will benlflt e"er1 Pompeii," as the opportunity for lleeln Robbins & Graham Co.(

,f man In Dade county and will be tbe this Is only presented once In a life tilDe. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

.THE. ANHEUSER BUSCH,.. direct means of building up here a great until the Jack. (Incorporated.)
,, and prosperous city and country. Millions It Is only' two week FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
of dollars have been secured lor son villa Carnival opens, and it I* boped PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00.: I
Asso's.fanxmft that everybody who can will go to thl8 I I
Brewing river and harbor other points i I In
Florida alllO.lIundreda. great occasion. The Carnival is to bi I This company ownsdANI Representing Leading Insurance Companies

dollars ba..e celebration of the rebuilding of Jack. I
thosandsi of S
.'''. .....,1. Keg and He I- been secured of for public buildings' aDdJl'rollndlilo sonvllle\ and it has been planned and It Xi < I Your Business Solicited. Prompt Attentloi

tied "....r. various cities. The Ylnrlda ....11be\ executed on a larger and more In the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. We Will Appreciate Your Patronage.

cold by M...r.. r.A. IxMley anll Indian War Claim against the UDlted kind magnificent ever before scale attempted than anything In the Soul of the. Lucie River; at New River and on Ba1
Htaten was settled and Florida's treasui 3 vstgtg J !:I !:! ..J.M IIlsrYrE3 w't
R. L. Motlnw'riu.vHlerta that the Carnival
States seems
enriched by over one million dollar. em Biscayne. Prices to suit the time
T By Mr, K. I.. Motlow,Cocoa: ria. This claim has been pending for maoy Association never tires of adding big i at- -
It IItaods, Send for Land List.

( JOSEPH ZAP1 years Taltaferro, but to It get took the money.the efforts of Mr. today tractions combines and the a program great number as of tmost tbe Offices at Tituaville and Miami, Fla. E_ L :se.: ..:C AT OO: :S
feature In
The old soldiers and tbelr widow. ai. gigantic amusement DEALERS IN-

Sole Agent. on now account getting of long the defferred Florida Seminole pensions, war di: world.The Jacksonville Carnival which be- East Coast Meat Market GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PROD

of 1MAO. Air. Tallaferro Is giving muc gins on the 2nd of November, is creatli ( ,
(1)0 to 620 Went Hay Street of his time to the collections of the... a great deal of Interest in both COot!. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for TAPES FF.RTIL.
above line of goods and solicit tht trade all cere. ,
peimlons.\ cent King Edward has sent a Britli,b G. F. DUKEN, Agent We deal exclusively the

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The cattle men of Florida are enpecfaly warship, which will arrive In Jacksuvllle a= rJo Write us for prices on Grain and. all. Groceries. delivered TITUSV at' Il.I.E yi' in: start FLA,
- -- E. L. BRADY BRO.
Indebted to Senator Tallaferro tor bill on Sunday morning, November: the C>

:EI.. L. MOT3.OW successful I efforts In getting; a reductlo Jet, and Uncle Sam will send two crulers. ... --. .- -
rv of the Cuban tariff on cattle, thus pulLing On one of these cruisers the Kit ( U2
1 money directly Into the pockets call nod Queen of Carnival wilts arrive t In d tyfy W. E. GOLDSMITHDealer
who raise cattle for market. Monday afternoon of Carnival Wee t:>> ,

Senator Tallaferro I. pre-emlnentl This Carnival Is going to be the bijjleetthlog C7Vi

I a man of the people. lie was born ever seen in the Southern State, In-

, f pour and labored hard as .a farm au,1, and It Is said that the whole State of HAY GRAIN FRUIT
saw, mill hand In hU younger days JIll Florida\ and half of Georgia will be I IJacksonville 10 :+t I7C :::aC' STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, ,

sympathies have always been with the during the first week I 10 -- 4' ? c ia PRODUCE OF AI.L KINDS,
common people as he is one of them. lie. November.Tom = -
Isstilotly Democratic In all bis life and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
! 1J conduct. True be has been charged by; Jenkins, the champion wrestV C/9 d .
of the world has Just written to the -
the professional agitatora with being I a TITUSVILLE,
O corporation man and a lover of the : Jacksonville papers that he Istrainlr INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
match 'with 'fom
"as' hard for the great
A trusts. Let us see what his record
1 .k ai In the Senate: Hharkey to be pulled off In that city ca GENERAL DIRECTORY. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

lie voted for the anti-trust bill. nival week, and while he realizes tbe loose. Special ittl
furnish Ice In quantity-5acked or
strength and science of the great iris III[ prepared to any
lie voted 1 against the ship subsidy bill, he Is still quite confider U.S. SENATORS.: paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is mi motto.
a strictly trust measure, although threatened J. P. rallaferro.JackunntllU: T. T, WETMORE Proprietor.
with retaliation by the republican. of bring able to throw him best two out 9. K. Mallory ... ..... ... ". ... ,Penaacoli ,
tor He led the light that resulted In th of three. Tom Sharkey on the other C. 8 CONGRESSMEN.Robrt : .
financial bill advocated hand has posted a bet of Jet W. Davlfl. .palatklft T A DJ
defeat of the AMilch yo
:: : LrvE:
Fine LIquors WInos, Beers by Wall street and In whlcl klos will, \ not throw him at all, aDllle I I M. Spark| .....n, ..TAiupi"' TITUS"V'IL.LE
Ales Stout Etc. telling the newspapers of the North all Wm. K. ontlcel o.
Morgan: the king of trusts, was Jreatly!; !
kinds of stories about how be expects twin U. 8. LAND OFFICE.H.
. tnfSotid me you ur.1\.1 l Interested. championship belt. This will bM .8. (rhnbb .ReirliterW. FEED AND SALE SaltliE 110K
! TITUSVILLF: : and C COA, KUKIIA, He voted for the Nicaragua' canal, event of the O. Robinson l .KwelverOffluea i
which wan fought: so bitterly by tin the greatest sporting year at natnexvllla Florida. f RlTCH.n-::
trans-nitiifnental railway ii Des. Fo In the United Slates, and Ills safe to III\Y. FLORIDA LF.rI3L!: ,,\TCRK.K. ....STABLES.

I these lines knew that the building of tbat every man wbn has a drop of sportIng N. Dlmink. Palm llearh. .. ... .HenaUir I'RflEI
Harry AV. Itiehards, the Nicaragua canal would divert millions blood In his veins in the Souther:: W. H.Jones, Ttumville ... .. Representative. BAGGAGE t r
of loi of freight from the rallwayi "States will\ be In Jacksonville on Novell- EXECUTIVE tlKPAItr.MENT.: I I'1'RSOI'

ber the 7th to witness this great bout. Wm. .lennlnfCB, .. ... .... ,... ...GovernorH. TRANSFER, dad
STUAKT, FLOUIDA. to steamships.He .Clay! Crawford .Secretary of SUM
supported the Camack resolntioi -- --- W V. Kn<>tt. .... Treasurer: al kicdt
of inquiry, designed, to lead up\ to the enlargement PROFITABLE FARMING. .lame. H. Whltl\ ld. Attnrney-tieneral IAUi.INGETC.
Marine Dry Dock. of the powers of the InterState W.II. Sheatot. .. .8npt. Culillo lOHtrnrtlon

I Commerce Commission In order Alonzo H. E. MCLIn..Commieelouer C. Cronin. ... ,... ".,., Comptroller Agriculture. J. M. OSBAN & BRO office.KLOli
Machinist, and Stoum and Ooa Fitter.Ajlmoy' that quick justice may be Insured to th A copy of the pamphlet" 'Principles 01 J.Clifford R. .....ter. .. .. ...AriJutanWIeneral VII.T.E.Back of Geo. M. Kobbins'
of freight. Profitable! Farming/ Is before us In I anew John Bralford.tlurvey.ur-. __ __ _
shippers __. n
for- and revised edition. R. .:. ,. .. .. State Chemist
served notice In the committee 01
omce, at Tallahniiaee, FlorliU.

t Chas. A, Strellngur Gasoline Knglna census atlon In that the there bill thun should pending be DO unless approprl any. leguminous The principles crops of and proper the rotation great methods ad wltl van- M. H. :Mibry SUPREME.... ,... .COURT.. .. .. JUItfJES, ,, .Chief .Tuntlce. Seeds For Summer Crops

Engine Repairing Specialty. pie and generous provisions were made taws to be derived" by such are. 1'. H. Carter, .. .. Associate Jnntlce..\
i for the publication and dliiseralnatlon of explained In the pamphlet In a l&IIclnat.InlC ". ". Taylor a

fiend Stamp for Catalogue. crop statistics. lie gave as a reason for manner. A description of the Experiment RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS: :

his that the lurmers should be Farm at Southern Pines, N. C., ,afftirfton B. Browne, chairnan-.Key Went Chufa, Teosinte,
I 4- position where the best methods of using fertll. R. Huilnoo ..Little River. Millets, Sorghums, Soja Beam, Velvet Beans, Peanuts,
of Wall
protected against the avarice .Kliwtnimcw.R. .
studied and Into / M.Bryan, Beggarweed, clean.
are being put prac
itreet speculators and be won the fight C. Dunn clerk. .Manlnon.
Not only have Senator Tallaferro's official Lice, la also a valuable feature of thl Headquarter and office at Tallahawwe, Fla. c<> JIEA.S: : :
E. Vescy Hall act always been on the side of hit publication. CIRCUIT COURT.
State and people, but he also has always A thorough perusal of the book would Minor 8.Jones. Titusville.'Ireuit ...ntllb.J. Whippx. Clays, Wonderful Black, Unknown, Ladyflngers. i Postpaid,,
been In the Democratic party, standing be t of interest and benefit toll practloa l>. lt"tu..., Orlando, ...Pronecatlnir Attorney. Clean Bright: Stock; Lowest Prices. Conch Peas, 35o; for qt..
Farmers and copies can be had, free of Iprh'g -Fourth Monday In March. peck $435 bushel.
squarely upon all It. principles. lie hal Vail ., =Fourth Monday In October; : ; Fertilizers
not ohasnd after false gods nor .at In the Charge( by writing to the German Kal!' BREVARI COliM'Y COURT.A. Poultry Supplies, Stock Food Insecticides, Garden Toom,

Boatbuilder teat of Indepemlentlsm. lie has always Works, 0:1: Nassau atreet New York, N.. n. Penney..County Jiiclxa.It. L. CAMERON, The Seed Store
abided by the verdict of the Democratic Y. I L.laulilDii .. rroncciitlnx Attoruoy. JACKSONVILLE, fL
: ::: : : 114 East
inventions adhered to Democratic prlnslples A. A.Stewsrt. County Clerk.Rprlnic : Bay Street -
Term-Snrond Monday In May.gmmuu'erTermiMenndMot.IayInAugust
and precedents, and bus been a Itroke Into Ills House. -. .-
enerous contributor to the party campaign Fall Term-Bwonrt Monday In November.
OEOUOIANA, KLA.Hodgson ( fund, national, Slate, and county. S. LeQuInn, of Cavendish, Vt., War Winter T..m'-8e..nrl Monday In Knbniarj.COUNTY .
health In'axlon
robbed of bill customary -
Jonslstont Democrats and fair-minded Whet SCHIMiL HOARD. The Best is Found the Cheapest.
of Chronic Constipation.
men throughout Florida will not be R. K.: Mlinn, Bup.rlnt nilont ... ...Honaventnre.Memherai .
broke Into his
New Life Tills
m J M. D'"on.c'.lrman.Tlt"BYII1OI
]itlck to follow the opposition led by house, his trouble was arrested and now R.N.Andrew.Cnao.J, E .uJl..Mpneebh'lY.
Bros. amis yet unclean from years of opposi be'. entirely cured. They're guarantee! COUNTY COH.MISSIOVERS.'

lion to the regular organizations. On to cure, 2.V at all drug stores.vv..n.rr.nmynnyv.. J.R.Walker, olialrman, Tltu..III,,; John R. UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAP!
HIVKU FLA. the; contrary, Heuator Tnllafcrro ha always Mint, Indlanola. ; R. A. Conkllnic, Tlllnmn;John
1 EAUOALLIE, INDIAN been loyal to organized> J. Jonei, Quay; J. K.; Bell, Yt biw city. Regular
tlways supporting Its candidates' anti leiialona are lieldnrit Monday. lueaob monto.HREVARD .
Marine Railway.Ueneral .
principles, while his official life has beena COUNTY OFFICERS.

Alerohants and Ship Chandlers. grand series of successful acts benellcal 4. D.Penney,Tltusvllle.County; Judirt. Neigh
..Special\ Facilities.. to the rUato he so ably has been ands You Never Needed A GoofTYPEWRITER 3 3E L>. L. OaiiuUn, Tttinville;; Proe Atry.: the Best. Ask your
r .t.. A. Stewart Tltnivllle, .. .....County Clerk.I. .
representing.-Miami Metropolis. f. Woot n, Cocoa. "Ta" Amwoiior.E. .
For Hauling' Out, Storing and Repairing ------- W. Hall.TltimTllle.' .Tax Collector ALL COLORS.
i John Henry, Tltuavllfa, .. Treasurer.K. WE MAKE THEM IN
f Yachts and Launches.Mention CHURCH NOTICES. E 1':. Mlm, Bonaventnre .. Snpt.I'ub. Inat.r. .

the ADVIMUTH when writing. r O. mina, Tbn.ville.Count7Surveyor.. ....
J. P. Hrown Tlcniivllle, Hhxrift.
will\ be at the :Metho- As Much As You Do'ro-lay.
There preaching W. 8.Norwood, Tlcucville.,Re.Iteration Offloer.
P .list church In next Sunday at 11 r TITrHVll.I.K TOWN COtTNCH. For Tomatoes try

Notice of Intention to Apply Kor a. m. and 7 p. m. All are Invited. There's But One Q. A. Front.mayor; Van Worlcy: uiarahal and
..ure'nn. E lax collator;K. E. Mmln I jr., clerk and treo.
irerj John Henry, tax anneMori. J. R. Walker,
r Irayiug.Drayingorhauling 3 r. A.Morgan, L. A. Hriwly, I'.J. Hall and J. L .UNITED D Pape
J TIIKRF.: '" UI1)V: THK 3SHD DAY OFW1.t..I..r. ('amithurn. counoilmen The council meet
'I y IWU. I euutreil a plea" of ffuil- of all I Inds prompt Irat Tueiduy. In each month .

lliiior tv to.n In itrevaril Information County.for w Florida.1 llliir| Intoxicating without 1 y attended to. Meets all trains. Uiml- thane so constructed that 3 3it TITfSVILLK BOARD Or TRADE

oral. having |>r oareil a lloeiiM therofon.anil : less promptly attended to. r O. M. Robhlni, prenldent J. M. Dlxon. treatirer .- {One trial will\ make our customer.If .
upon the entry of aMiil. plea was .ententwl KXULISH A IIOLTKX, TltUSVlllo. ,J. U. HUM ..c..tar}'. Meeu .......nrl WedleaOay you
liy the ( : "" of llmvanl Count to pay a : do work and it Is night In each. month at thtlr room. write W
rand can perfect 3 3tbe of Papers
flue nf 94k) to IMI InitirliMmttl, n the CounIf FREE AND ACCEPTED: MASONS. your dealer does not handle UNITED BRAND
Jail tar thirty ilays wl l"h ...ntenc..u....*
.. An Ordinance. r Indian River Ixvlxe, !No.90. hold lu nieellnnbe
to IniprlNonment.Now
p.nded; th".r.. .,... harlnn, ,wl month, at their lodge room, Indian Hirer hotel ,
herel nntlnett that U.onalonilay
IlIte."t..I an ordained the Town Council
oiis It by
lie r lOt Tan: o'clock p m. J. L.Carruther. W. M.I. Ti
of NovrinlMir. lima or a*
th dry
IMIII thenartor u I can IM "....rd, 1 will apply to he Town of Tltusvllle that It shall be PITTSBURGVISIBLEWhen I r. A. MorganSea'f. UTHERN OFFICE, ATLA
the ranlnnlnii. Ihmnl of the !Htate ot rlnr.a. at mlawful for the owners or custodians of ORDER or EASTERN STAR.
Talltthaim, lor the n.itila.loii of aaltl.floe .end nules horses to permit them to run
or ,
for Cull for .. fTi a iianlnn IIKNKV 1'. OWOItll': at large In the nlghtlme or during the anyone tells you different n the Maooolo budge room. Tltiuvllle, on the TRAINS
lay time on Sunday, within the corporate IratTueaday In each month at 3:o'clock p. m.ifed Dade County Land for Sale. TITUSVILLE
the third Tneeday In each month at Tae:
limits of the Town of Tltusville\ and
The follow Ing are the officer -
v'clnckp.m. of
TYPEWRITER REPAIRING. shall violate. this onllatnce i they're telling black I I. white. ... -
whoever you the lod 6rot Mm. B. R. WI eon, .rtb' matron; of
hall be fined In a sum not to exited ten Mr.J. C.Carruthen. worthy patron; MI.. KateItewart For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof The following are the tin tralDl
Grifot Typewriter Exchange AMO. Matron Mrs. M.A. .
toilers or be Imprisoned the city jail : l Send for one of our booklet. Mr. J.M.; Dlxon,Tnannrer.Ic.tmg..ur.earetar71 Mr,. southeast quarter of section 3, township and departure of passenger
Dyal.rpchurob IU.le., Jaokwinvllle, Fl*. lot to exceed ten days. The finding of falla. Kiln.,Conduction j Minn Zandle......rt,. 38, south of range 41 east; close to from Titnsville:
cent saved on aew and notes or horses running at large before Cast.. Cond'..; Mr*. Oeo. WFcobte.Ada; Mr. o. K. wood s pineapple plantation on IOOTIlIIO"1)Lea.
:'J3 to 50
per ,. ,
J L. second hand typewriter and supplies.WE8ELLTHF. Ix o'clock a. m. shall be prima facia er- Chas. H. Newell Other Mr r.A.Morgan Manha; Ml* Aleph St Lucie River;40 acres. .. Tltn.TlIle for Miami and r
deuce that they were permitted to run rtlm, i:1..ta: ; Mr*. John R. Walker, Warier: Also, the northeast quarter of northeast intermediate point* a&
the Standard VI.. at large by such owner or custodian. Agent for Florida. Mr. F. A. Morgan, Chaplain: Mr*. T. T. Wet- quarter of section 18, township 38, 110.,1110"1)Lea.
Oliver Typewriter Sentinel Mr.Cha*. H. Walton.. Marshal. I
Ible and BHckensderfer Approved this the twenty-fourth day uore. south of range 41 east; on south fork: of JacluIOD.II1.and 1
of> September, 1003, (}. A. FROST, EUSTIS, FLA. Sate St. Lncle River;40 acres. Apply to ..Tltu.vltl InterWI for Use polDea at
litest: Mayor. rr HT- OLD NEWSPAPERS CHAS. H. WALTON t
nrReaUnjf notlo* ads. on this page i l Cheap at this office. r TTtuam.forSanfordArrive. rordr
Clerk. ,
are the cent per line per week. K. E. Miw, .UAW Tltusville, Fla. .Tltuavtlle from


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