East Coast advocate

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East Coast advocate
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Titusville Fla
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November 13, 1903
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
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W.S. Graham, editor.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).

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CAL) NEWS -Do not forgot the dance nt the -Attorney T. J. DeSteuben, of Oolingvllle Judge M. S. Jones who has been on Ilrevanl County Luiul.s Fur Salu. AMONG THE HOTELS. '

Opera house this evening : spent a few days In town thl I on a visit to DeLand, returned to Tltusville .

I of General Interest. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. week on Tuesday.Mrs. East iq of Southeast >.j, Section 12, .I
Topics The AnvoOATH Is die at all
Apply to Mrs. M. D. r,. Dodson city. -Mr. J. A. Collins baa Iind his lot 01 i D. B. Pritchard left here on '!Township: South, Range 40 East; M now on .
the best hotels In New York city.
ADVOCATE -Mr. I). E. Austin manager of White Julia street cleaned up, and he will Wednesday for Klondike, on a visit to acres. Fine pineapple land, very near \II
THE City, was In town several days this week turn It Into a vegetable garden. Mr. and ]Mrs.[ John C. Jones. Ankona Station on Indian River. Price Manager Wm. 8. Kenney has arrivedat
Hi annum, In advance tJ.ftfJO.: ( Ornioud from the White Mountains .
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1.30 per attending to court duties.
-:Mr. Nils Rnnmnnseu, one of Grants UEMKMBKR!: E. A. WADDELL, Miami L
11,00, six months, Meiritt's Island, near Courtenay, formeily and is now busily engaged! getting his ; '
countries. -Dr. Miller West ",11m Beach's prominent citizens, was l Is the man to !go to. If you wanta '
I'dO':; per an to foreign well Wednesday known as the Geiger Place; 107Si( new hotel In order for the winter sea
ant callers at this office Plantation
L subscribe for the ADVO- known dentist will bo at the Indian on good Grove Fawn.Mr. Pineapple *or acres Fine 1 pineapple J orange und vegetable son. Mr. Kenney Is a gentleman of excellent : I

Ion It does not cost River hotel Tltusville, on Thursday, DON'T KAIL TO SEE E. A. Waddell\ Vegetable land. Price, *iWO. qualifications, and we have no
H ioenti b the year week postage/ Included. Nov. 10th, for one week Miami, If you want to buy Improvedor r- Goo. C. Floyd general freight Morrl tt'* Island, 11)11\) acres, long fronton doubt he will meet with much success.
per unimproved lands. Prices to Itlltall and Conductor II. K.: Bugbno of Indian Itiver and including I !
printed -Dr. E. I.. agent; / oyster
la date of expiration upon Mayo a prominent reitl Capt. O. C. Bourne, commodore of
week. Thisloelpt dent of 111. and parties. the F. K.: C. Railway, wore guests of the permits granted by Brovard County.
Ciper or wrapper every DeKalb an enthusiastic the Canaveral Club' Hoot of boats, urlv-
Sembler this week Good land for vegetables and some good
for your money. No needto hunter, Is expected in Titusxllle next -Mr. and Mrs. John C. Jones ROll cottage : / flno location! ed In Tltusvljlo) from Boston, Sunday .
land. A
| send receipt for subscription. week. Mrs. Mayo will probably, ac- child, of Klondike, who have been visitIng Mesdames K. E. Brown, of West orange Price.400.) oyster and Is busily engaged getting; / his crafts

Lie gives it to you. pang her husband. Mr. and !Mrs E. II. Hall, left for Palm Beach and E. E. Rollins and I.. C. Town of "TltiiHvllle lot :.1 of East subdivision ready for tho opening of the Olnh-housn,
home the callers which will be Deo. 1st. Mr. J. O. .
on Tuesday.Contractor Branning were among pleasant on .
-Captain A. J. Catiova and family of old block. A fairly good
notice ads. are ten cents I at the ADVOCATE oflloe on Monday : Bust Is superintendent of the Club, as '
Reading! were among! Filday's southbound pints L. II Docker, has had a bonito Price, $.250.!
tills page. en route to and force of afternoon. Town of Titus vi1le lot block A heretofore r
M on I cngers Rockledgo Wes men employed tliU week, adding I., ,. .. (,
Ircbdeaoon B. F. Brown spent a Palm Bench for the winter. They spent : nn addition to the east side of one -Mm, I. C. Sohuyler mother of DrSohuvUtr C Coleman Addition Large lot fronting Manager/ t. IL recic and lamiiy, who p

I of days in Orlando this week. the summer north of his. cottages: near the Indian River of Eau Gallic, Is now In Pariswith on two streets, good location near centerof have boon spending the summer at their

hotel her .sister, Mrs. Livingston Boll town. OIlIoJ! room cottage. Price, palatial summer+ hotel, the Arlington,
-Mr. and :Mrs. F, II. Snckett and MisW. .
Lie of down river rest
a number ladies will spend this winter noiir Oranse" 700. Petoskey, .Mich., passed thioiigh' Titusvllle -
II. Snckett of Mass Brevaid School Board has had
( were pleasant callers at this office Springfield, two South of France, Instead of on the Banana Town of Titiisvlllo, flue corner lot In last Friday afternoon en route tRockledgo ,>
L the week. stopped over at the Indian River hotel dressing. rooms added to the gymnasium Itiver.Mr. business unction of town ]'rlo"011.. / to get their winter, hotel-the I
from when connected with the TitnsvllleHiith
Sunday lIntlll\onday. they building Town of Tltusville\) rosldoncti lots Pluzu-In readiness for the coming rush
r. Andrew Froscher, who owns 11 left for Minis, whore Mr. Sackett owns a :School, MesgiH. Sttimpe A Hitch and Mrs. I.. I'ctteo and family, ,
west of railroad Price $ II) ellah.ol1th of tourist. .
Snnse grove at LaGrange/ snipped nice little winter home and about -WO)( cock having! had the contract. prominent citizens of New York, who Lake .'< miles west Tltimvlllo,
iind of oranges on Monday. orange trres. own some valuable property at took Take note of the new hotel ail. of the
Tl'e editorial f the 40 lake hammock
department ) ADVOCATR acres, fronting on part
to leave for thaitavored t Peacock Inn Cocoanut Grove, Fla.,
IffADDELL, MIAMI, real estate -Mrs. Chas. B. JetTerson, who has : office has been undergoing! a lodge, are expected and part pine. Fine laud for oranges, ,
Indian Hlver Wednesday which will be found on our 4th of 4 n
Hitr, has some choice bits of real been the overhauling this week, when painting spot on on vegetables and pineapples Price, H2": (. page
Dec. 2nd. till week's Issue. The Poanook Inn lethe I
ute for sale. Call upon him. bomps. varnishing! etc, wash order. The work South Lake, :2ty miles west of Tltus most southern hotel In Florida and

Jrevard County Court has brought now In :New York city, visiting friends was In charge of Capt. Charles r'tilton. -Dr. and Mrs 'V. H. Graham, of MIami vine Part fine hammock, balance line, commands a bountiful view of the, far- .

I1 number of people to town this hut will board the Clyde steamer Apache -The many Indian River tends of were among tho southbound \\laKH"n- high, dry, |pine land, with beautiful view famed Ray: Ulscayne. Messrs. G. F.
lud Monday next, en route toJacksonvilleMrs. gers last Saturday. They of lake. Hood orange. vegetable and
the hotel and boardinghouses Capt. Jann T. banders, of the Miami Schneider & !'Ion. the proprietors, will r
ffi JetTernon will probably be at Hobe spending the week In Jacksonville, enjoying pineapple land. 1(10( ( acres. Price, $ytN' '.
flourishing business.r do nil make It for
Il enduing a Rides, will be pleased to learn that he they can to pleasant
Hound the attractions at Jackson :Section 1To..nshlpn: South Range
on Friday or Saturday next, to many '
bas been raised to the rank of Colonelon their guests thin winter ;,
and :Mrs Harvey Tomlinson of upend the winter on her orange grove ville's big Carnival.Mr. ::17 East; 4iJ: ( acres, fronting on Indian
the stall of the Governor of
I York, who are well and favorably place. Florida River and Horse Creek, 21$ miles northof Mr. Joseph P. Greaves manager/ of $ v
Bi the Captain Sanders Is Dude, county's prose T. W Roberts and \Miss Laura land fine hotel
to numerous residents along flat Gallle Splendid high the palatial Oriental Manhattan
a Coast, are now In tit::! Augustine -The attention of our readers north cuting attorney. HanU. were married at the residence of large quarry 01 (JOflllln" rock, high, dry Beach, N. Y ; and Hotel Alcaznr, !St.

e winter, and south Is drawn to the new ad. of the I -Conductor II. E. Bu?bee,of St. Augustine Dr. and Mrs. Kitties In Tltusville on the and healthy. Fine orange! and pineapple Augustine was observed on the train, .
Matthews Boat Co., of Banco, O., on 6th. Attorney ]F. J. Webb performedthe land. residence Pi loo ADVOOATB
arrived Titusville the first of Splendid site. Tuesday evening, by An rep
[Ii"ieADVOCATE: has received quite a'fOf our 4th page. This is a well known and ceremony. The ADVOCATE joins In .
the week, on a vacation. Since he hall 1.000./ resentative. Mr. Greaves was looking ti
letters from northern people, reliable firm, wbo will send their flue, been here ho has brought In some big wishing them every success. Ol>Georgians Meriltts) Island; 10 a'rell. In fine trim after his norther sojourn, .

; abort furnished houses. If you Illustrated catalogue !and marine guide bags of quail: Mr. Bugboe Is said to bea -Mr.\ It. B. Mace a prominent resident extending across. the Island from Indian and he was on his way to St. Augustine,

linftbing to rent, why don't you free, upon application.\ Write for one, crack shot at birds on the wing. He of WlillamKbrl.<
Nit!? whether you want an up-to-date launch baa his fine bird dog! with Mm. by his valet, left New York, yes orange or vegetable land. 7-room houseIn front dour" of the Hotel Alcazar, of j.I

F. M. Wooten, of Turnbull, now or later. You cannot do better terday, on board the Clyde steamer Algonquin Cool condition, small barn. Price $7AO. which he Is the popular and energetics ;
Miss\ Ella O. of Manatee who
ad been on a trip to Jacksonville, than communicate with the Matthews Curry bound for Jacksonville. Theyare Waveland, fronting St. Luole river 45 manager.On .
I over at the Indian River hotel Boat Co. has spent the past three months at Miami expected in Tltusvllle on Monday acres, part hammock and part pine !good J
fth Is. the ad. of the I ,
with her brother, Mr. A. P. Curry our page now
Monday until Tuesday, en route -Mr. James Sanders, Dade county's was a passenger! onTuosdny'B northbound next. orange, pineapple and vegetable land. Hotell'ahnll. West Palm Beach a house I
I 1'1'11'lilll./ ().
turpentine camp popular prosecuting attorney, who also train: en route home. MHS Curiy Is lo- -Mrs. i). :W. Monroe who has been Also 1O fades, known as' lot 1, of Ar- that haw been well spoken of by the 1

In. R. E. Brown of West Palm holds the position of Captain of the lighted with the East Coast and was visiting her mother and father' Mr. and 10.,11,1. fionllng both Inlll hi; n and /St. Lnolo traveling public. The Palms fronts on

I. arrived In Tltusville last Friday Miami Rites was among the pleasant Horry that lie could. not spend while In Mrs. Cone of Lake' Cltv, for two months Rivera, near uostoflloeand niltowel I high Luke Worth land Is opposite tho Royal t >.
toon' to spend a couple of weeks callers at the ADVOCATE office on Tuesday ritimvllle. or HO, leturned, to Tltusvl1l on Hltur- and beautiful locatIon Fine 1'.locll1lJl'l'bllll"l a well-appointed andnp
I her mother, Mrs. C. L. Wright.! accompanied, by his brother Mr. day, much to the pleasure of her many healthy, to-lll\le hotel, with eleclilo bells and 'j
J. O. of the 'ValtnnSeltI.ockln cottage, splendid pineapple Price
llrowo's many friends are pleased C. B. SandeI'llIr.! Samleis, who had a -Capt. frlendi Mrs, Monroe's mother accompanied lights, modern lavatories and all white
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Block Co. Boston wishes $3,500.
couple of law cases In Hrevard' County I the White Mountain. The
iberin town again, her to TltiiHvlllo where she will help from
onfenltt'll! Island. Two
Court came to Titusville, from Mi- hill: fiiutxla to known that his private I Brantley,
up remain for some time. cuisine Is the hunt, and the rates $2: to
Jr. Win. M Brown came up from ami on :Monday, and returned home on residence address Is 1:11: St. Botolph tracts one of 20 acres, the other 2-'IB: .::1 a day, according to the ..111:0 and location 1
p, oo Sunday en route to 1'lttsbnrg Tuesday night.Mr. Mtl'80t. llnntlngton avenue, Boston, havng Messrs. J. Sondergaard and Jas. M. acres, extending from Indian River to of room. Remember the Palm
j'11' York Mrs. Brown joined her moved from No. tai: Capt. Walton's Glenn of Perth Amboy, N. J., who Banana River, with wide fronton both when to West Palm Iloaoli. ,
ad on the train and went north Albert It. Gladwln, arrived business axUlr MS Is the same viz., 41)4) part of last winter us the guests of (Uvel' Splendid vegetable and orange you go
agent I
turn. They expect to return to TIle Titiisvlllo the end oi last week, from Atlantic avenno near Howe's Wharf Captain and Mrs. P. Nelson, at their land now under cultivation. Fine orange ,
|! In about ten days. Sheibnrn, N. Y., and Is now vlnitlnir! his and South Station. palatial winter residence In South Tl and grapefruit grove now In boating housekeeper Wtintit i'onltloii. J JA

biather Mr. S. X. Gt.ulwlu. l\r.Olad- tusvllle, will be here next month to Near steamer landing and postofiloe.
M. SANDERS, COCOA, FLA., win Is one of our .most expert winter -Mlsn Sann, of Courtenay returned spend the holidays. Come early gentle Price, *1,200(

In Staple and Fancy Groceries fishermen and when he comes home homo Wednesday, from St. Augustne men, and !get some of the quail; the Terms will be trade reasonable to ro- managing! hoiisokeeper, mlddle-ngad
Grain, Feed and fertilizers, Dry without a string of fish there must be whore she went to place her sister,, woods are full of them IIl\ble I'"rchalters. Apply. to American woman, with excellent references .

land Xotiona, Ladles' and Chi something wrong. Mr. Gladwm will, Miss Fannie, In St. JoHepli Academy I D. I.. GAvtnicN: having several years experience In
IHitu, and a full line of Millinery as usual spend a few months at Miami Miss Sams was accompanied by Miss -As will be seen by the card on 4th Or Tltiisvlll, Fla. managing hotel at Atlantic City, would

Brew Goods. Ladles' dresses made and then return to Tltusville for a monthor Jessie[ Sanders of Indlanola. Both these page Dr. (I. dcG. .Schuylrr has openedan WM. A. WAIINOCK, Jamaica, N. Y. like to have a position of trust for the

or by drat class dressmakers. two before leaving for the north. charming YIlInladioa/ will come to Tl.usvllle office at Eau Gallle for the practice -- --- --- winter In Florida Hits experience and
on Tuesday next to be present of medicine. Scliuylor: Is known to good judgement handling. ( help. ,
Wt. .fan. Pritchard, president of -Mr. IC.. Oliver of Miami, was In at the meeting of the Eastern Star: of many residents of Indian and Banana -:Mr. J. O'Brien, of St. Augustine, Address, "Mits.\. E. B. MAIIEK.: "

Jmn River State Bank, who has town Monday and Tuesday, and! visited which they are honored members rlvers.and we have no doubt he will gee arrived town. yesterday.Mrs. Atlantic City, N. J. tMessrs.
undlng several weeks at Llthla his orange! grove which is In splendid a fair share of medical practice along
and Mrs. E. A. Waddell and Tlios. Wlethuchter of New
> and Mr. ,
Oa, joined Mrs. He to ship 700\ or 800 -
shape. expects the East C >ast. We wUh him
l 1rd In Jacksonville last week, and boxes of oranges from .U this winter. bright baby who have spent the past success In Isle new location. every York Is ex pea ted at Mlcco this week, to L, (j. Brannlng and II. E.

|eternal to Tltusvtlle on Sunday Mr Oliver says there Is no truth In the summer In Canada and New York, were spend the winter. Dug bee went quail iliootlng/ on Wednesday ,

|*o. The Captain Is looking much rumor that he is contemplating going to passengers on lost Friday's train, en Business In Tltusvllle IN evidentlyon -Mr. It. E:. MImr, Superintendent < f morning, and I returned: with 43.
I In health route to their home at Miami, where, the Increase, for Mr. John It. Walker
after his sojourn In Cape Sable. to open a lumber yard. He Public Instruction, arrived at the Indian
He RII usual they will spend the winter.Mr. called by many people the "John Wansi- -Mr. Wm. B. Moore, soliciting agent .,
has not given it a thought; River yesterday.
Ir.a.r.T even for the Southern Express Co. I III a R Rut
Waddell( In not only a member of maker of Tltusvllle says he sold more !guest
I';f F, YevlnH' a prominent resiV. left for Jacksonville him Tuesday Immense afternoon bunch of, the big commission house of John A. goods In October than he did In any Everybody appear. to be busy In Tltunvllle the Indian River hotel He will remain

/Brooklyn, Y., accompanied taking with from an of the trees In Waddell, A Co., Warren street New month since January. Nothing like advertising at present, and the sound of' the In Tltusvllle for some time,

ti 100. paed] through here, Mon his grapefruit, cut one York, but !<< vice-president of the First If you want to Increase your aw and hammer In heard In all dlreo- -Mr. W J. Duncan prominent and
route to Merrltt, where Mr. grove. National Bank of Miami and one of business. Watch the ails of the live tions. well-known. oeinml.don( merchant of I

,OWes considerable\ property. lie -Mr. E. M. Holman, who spent part Dade county's tellable and hustling real up-to-date merchants lu the ADVOCATE -Mr. T. T. Weltch, route agent of New York, accompanied by Tax: Assessor

J"i a has deal Of work done on his of the last two winters In Titusville, estate dealers Mr. Waddell Is a busy coin mas.J the Houthern Express Co. was. a /guest J. 11'. Wooten, gave the AuvocMTB .a +
come down for anent ten writes us that there has been some very man with\ bin multitudinous interests; of the Indian Hint hotel\ on Wednesday pleasant call yesterday. afternoon. 4
after It. Mr., Nevins will cold weather In Worcester Mass., lately but his past record is a positive guarantee milliner drssmakerto and .
home for Thanksgiving, but will with two or three falls of snow.. Al- that those who do business with him has a first-class and Thursday.The -Mr. and Mr*. Tlios. Goodall, wealthy I

ltrJ"i later with Mra. Nevlns though It was. :Mrs. Hoi man's intention always meet with fair and honest treat attend to his millinery department. many friend of Miss Jeannette residents of Hanford, Me., parent of Mr.\. ,
taro' fiiend Mr. and Mrs.Rl7er not to come to Indian River this winter ment. Ladles' and Children's 'I'rl m med and Wilson will be glad to know. that she I* I.. Goodall, owner of an orange grove a t

alway* welcome visitors to she has about changed her mind since -_ Untrimmed lists Brest Goods and now recuperating from a slight Indisposition few mile north of Tltusvllle, have arrived .
| Notions of all kinds. Also a general I their beautiful winter home at
the cold weather set In, and will accompany Gardner's Flyers.New the first of the week. at
line of and Groceries
Fancy Staple
nder.tand that on or about the her husband to Daytona and Grain, Hay and J'tIel. Produce of all *, -Mis\. May Corey, who bas been *t Goodall, opposite Daytona fit
i :November Titusville when he leaves on January 1st. Sandwich Mas tbe I Is -l\frs. It. 1&. Pyle who ban been on a
Mr. E- A. Walker, Stock Axmlnster ingrain Rugs kinds In season. Agent for standard: during, summer, ,
f atchmaker jeweler and opti- Mr. Holman says he notes from the S1IKCIAL Fertilizers.Mr. now visiting friend In Hirtford, Conn., lengthened/ visit with her mother, Mrs:

Jackeonviile will open a shop ADVOCATE that Mr. Herman :Naethlng Friday, (Saturday or Tuesday but will soon leave for Hobe, Sound to Theodore Dickens at Lakeland, return
elYoraon block' at west Palm Capt. Jack Lartln !Mr. and :Mrs. Wm H. this ticket is good for .10/ ants on E. M. Ooodall. of Sanford, Me., spend the winter with her mother (Mrs.Bliuler ed to her homo In Tltusvllle rellterday.

Mr Walker has had twenty MoFarland and others have already arrived purchase of WOOL dress aud wbo came south with his father and ) and sister (Mr*. dm B. JetTer- A report of the sad death of I\\.

:::te with some of the larg In Tltusvllle, and he regrets press- linings! to make It. mother a few days ago, arrived In Titusvllle son). brother will be found In another column.Mr. t
Sew of business will preclude him coming on Tuesday for the purpose of having
age ctrl .York. Baltimore and South earlier than January. C. A. UABDX: : Tltusvllle, Fla. a new rudder placed In his. auxiliary -Mr, and Mr. D. A. Blodgett and Bin Rice of Tlttnvlllo, shipped
es; and during r the past of Grand will arrive In several crate of tomatoes to Philadelphia -
bad i launch, which !Is bOW on Nelson'. way. .family, Itapldi,
realm? charge of the watch for Kent. Mr. Ooodall-who Is one of the ownersof Daytona the first week ID Daytona, and yesterday, and will confine to eod
..department; for Greenleaf, Fischer Cottage For Ileiit. Cottage the largest plush factory In the United will probably be accompanied by Mrs.BlodKett' crate of tomatoes north nearly every r.
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t guarantee' 'acksonvllle, which Is States-will. return to Sanford::! In a week two. charming niece, the I d.'. We understand they are the first
that he understands A 12 room furnished cottage on Barton Misses Bertha and Adele bohafer Trower of tomatoes shipped from
ness, He 7 room house In Tltiisvllle;plenty pure or two, and come down to Tltusvllle shipment
that he Is wishes' the ADvoCATE drinking water. Apply to, Ave.. Kockledge, for rent for the winter. later, with a party of friends, who willcruise formerly of Jacksonville, but now of Brerard or Dade counties this winter

rroE to make not We8k a winter Palm visitor Beach," C. V. "'!!ICU Jr.H, Apply to, JAMES:Kockledge L. WILSON, FU. couth u far .. Palm Beach and Capri, Ital'fhere,.. -Mr. and Mr\. W. '1'. Well., who have

Give him a share of 20nov3 Titusville, Florida Miami. will be a meeting of- Friendship been spending several month at their %

trollage and help a good thing Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern summer home on Lake George, N. Y., y
Fine Launch For Sale Cheap. To Contractors or Mechanic Cottage To (tent.A Star, on Tuesday next at the and latterly In New York, were among

In Indian River hotel Tltusvllle. yesterday'. southbound passenger, on
tealtlbol\t raise boat-bouse After the meeting:, retre.hmenta..11I. be their way to their beautiful winter home Sat
bid to a ,
For Sale. Launch Buffalo, 30x0x2, standing top, Wanted, blown down five room cottage; running water, served by the ladles. All member are Melbourne. Mr. Well ba* been quite

.beellteamer- 7 h. p. Buffalo Motor, speed 8$ miles :10 10 hurricane ft. by 20 ft., and Building utands/ was upright/ In about awl newly beautifully furnished,located.facing on Indian Ulver' requested to be on band on this occasion 111 with sciatica, but we are pleased to

sake a good 10xo houseboat.; 14 In- draft. ..75.00 If taken Buffalo at once.Motor good as new, 4 feet of water. Estimated weight about 1.. J''. PETTI, ( to enjoy a pleasant, social evening. note he I I. now much improved In health.

Cheap (01 cub. 4X18'on.v 12 h. p. 011:0.. R. WALLACE, eight tons. Address it 157 Franklin St., New York city. FURNISHED COTTAOK TO KENT
,' $373.: : West Palm Beach. '1'. N&WTOX< BANNER: : In South Titnsvllle. No bed or table For Sale or Kent
E. HABRIS, tf Hobe Sound, Fla. linen nor cutlery 41.1 per month.
tit. Francis, Fla. Safe For Kent, Cocoa, Fla. Apply to (J.. II. WALTOV, d

[ For Cheap. Jloxc Tltusvllle, Fhw The Bungalow, hobo Sound, Fla., one
Picture l\olildlog'S. Orange Sixteen room house Including bathroom of the loveliest *pot* on Indian Itiver.
Indian River House contain parlor dining room six
house fronting ; oranges, ,
'a For Sale Cheap, a comfortable: ft. beam We quote' orange boxes delivered In emons, peaches, bananas, mulberries Included Wajfon for Hale. bed room., kitchen,pantry, 2 bathroom,.
dilllr e"e "lit. fly of large and .mallll.lze" 13 ftA In.:draught, 18 Inches; stations between rtharpe and Sebastian, library, dining room and kitchen com I now hare on hand large stock of veranda around bonne: boathouse; 11:

,, Will designs and offer lame In cabin 9 ft. Anchors, tails, bedding at 11 cent each. Small lots, f. o. b. pletely furnished. In business center, inch tire and 3-Inch tire onshore wagon acres lAnd; loo grapefrulttreee.. 45 minutes

Qd for & make frame to or- and cooking utensils, etc. at Eau; Gallle, 12 cents each. Our box mar for' five month or year. Address, that can be delivered at once. by fall to Palm Beach. Address, ,
Iu? COAST and price.. I This cosy houseboat Is now lying lerial Is strictly first cl..... O. K. WOOD, 1C E. Mm' JR., T. Newrox BANNER:! ,
.DMBRR: Co. I TitnsTllle. and will. be sold cheap. VIa. East Coast Lumber A Supply Co. tf Cocoa, FU. Titu vin n.. tf Hob Sound, Fig 1
Eau Oallle/FIa. Address, J. M. Laflln, Tlto.vlUe,

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houses half dressed but air armed. ... .. ....>*...*'. ..>*...+.>. More Than a Georgia Southern

while from every town and. village !

rat R afcaI + within peasants was a a poured radius false of cityward.It alarm twenty however. miles,an"ry after CHEATING ADEMAND t A $ Million Dollars $ & Florida Rail

I J1VO(4iI'y all. No assault followed. No ('olumnot "8awan .'Ri" I 1. .",. .

heralded the advance i L
dust on the horizon
of the enemy although anxious H++ ... ...+ of Florida Capital guar- Operates the "D -co.F, yer

But when toward .. .. Schedule In .
eyes watched all dRY """ -. Elte t .1 j jLv I.
::.. f .... "
tban ; .-
Obst evening one more curious .-. i. antees this pure vege-
him to examine( ., III ,,..I I .
his fellow bethought A -" Falatka, ...,. 4m.
in order .- ,,--""" '" L.V. Jaoknonvllla "r,
of the clock tower ,' .
the Interior ,. .
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,: ; to :
table remedy cure Ar .I ,
to dlxcover It possible the reason tor 7/1f .. .... + Ar Tlfton.. ..... ,is :q.1
I.. fordele.: ... ... .. h
the clock's strange behavior a grew %..- .. .. '" I ,
/.I tNl Ar Jllacon.... ... .. I
some sight met bill view. .. or money back. C. of ua 1
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Entangled In the massive works of ll I I.Wfj')1': ffJ'J/IlIfJ/ : \, ArAtinnut.'Bt. .. -' .,' :
N. i:
the huge timepiece torn, gashed every ': 1 ,'''- .A' >\t a.. Ar Chattanooga; vMU ,
bone broken was the body of a KreuotHccr. :: Ar Nashville.' ?.. I

lie had evidently climbed Into a 111. Cent. R...R.. "
4'/i/ ( .1.1'liI1 Ar St. Louie ,
the tower unobserved and bad been< ; L. Cures: Ar C'hlcaico _,; : rL
while y.Q & Y. R. R.ArLnulavtile. :
caught by the machinery egaged .... .. .
/ In tampering with It. What hll r .' W Cincinnati...... . aa
knew. I IWm of the nasal C. &: K. I. R. R.
object was In HO doing none ever Catarrhal affection
e Ar Chicago.. ... r, ,"
That It was something Minister there -' t7 Solid train from .lack- I. .. .
bronchial tubes, Train from Palatku .' )1
could be no doubt. Probably he had passages coon" ; \ tlotu'
train going: north from .
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Intended to so arrange the Interior! bladder and Z tu LucaiBloaperson. D/xtoy', ,
lungs, kidneys, 1>"
FREAKS OP CLOCK mechanism of the clock as to cause It reiiiHlnlnic In depot,. until 7 ." or M
itillraau Buffet ;
--- to sound a signal later In the day. At R stomach. Also. Title to St. Lad via Sle"I.I abo\o: I I 'h,;uv ,';ut",
all events whatever his plan. It mill- J of car on Dixie Flyer train,. >: 'Iwo
THE STRANGE WARNING CHIMED eat deeper on same train ? .,
carried. And be himself fell a victimto chanje.
FROM STRASBOURG CATHEDRA and want of know For schedules and other 1111 .
his temerity
own the sale of cereal afoods ?k"
--- Tbe profit In Nervous Indigestion J. H 1I.\n"' RY
edge. market is District Paas A,I'I'
10 but a Maj
.....ullarltJ.* nt the Tlrartle. In the Or I 'mule.
BvltUh llonno of l,..r GeD l'ass )Iac
ARt" '
>.... of AIe>i>lllna Clofk _"Wh.. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet asking.A a Consumption or any diseaseof A "

Clock: Uo (:ru.r. 'I bin*. Uo haft." All druggists refund the money It It fails market can be erected d membranes G.f '
to cure. E. W. Grove's signature is 00 the nniouous: ,t
There Is an old nuw which declare each bos. 2Bcts. and kept In eslnteac, only

that "when doc!... go crazy things godurt. da by persistent pabllaltr. q'y a :c: WOI{!f flIfo.tia

." Proof. The man who makes wheat
to As a Tonicit I t
At 2 a. m. on Hrpt. 2T IS!}!). the "Old Swaddleford always pretends coffee spent, last year $384,000

world famous clock In the great cuthe-! be as deaf as a post, but I "believe be In advertising In 800 newspapers Quantity. her Qu

can hear as well as anybody. and SO magazines, and this WIIIXTi's: :
drat ut SlruHnburK comunmcod to chime 1 !
builds the
think ? gives appetite, up
"What makes you : so million
he la spending a '
It Hound year I ONLY BY
without rhyme or roiiHun. MANUFACTURED
1H"0 then KtoppiMl" and after i 1111 "Nobody ever saw him walking along dollars.! system, banishes that; tired Cream
peals Vermifu
J.t a railroad track In advance of a train. ] ug
It for
e interval slowly IJI-KUU to an Exchange.. The maker of >I>retlde4vrhrat '" :, makes the weak strong ** aclcsolvlnue. FTLA, U (
a gnat one tlriKl. speeds TOO.OOO .v

The political I atmoHphf-re of Europe; year. In pablleltr.. and haPPY Has led all WORM Remei i
A Tired Urn t tier.
at thAt time was. Indicative of profound EVERY BOTTLE
"What you if wine to do w'en ;you Another paid $5.000 for tbe CUARANTEED. ,
pencu. Nothing of dimmer or dllt- SOLD BY ALL mjyccilFHR
grace could by.. any pnMHlhlllty be conceived srltn tt'r !tlor, "" \ privilege of painting tbe name .
"Nuthln 'tall but d....' crawl In enWorm big chimney 1
of his l product on a
of an threatening KtrugHburK or .. .. JAMES F. BALUARD ;>1 LO
lilt inhabitants. Yet lt>nn than, u yeur rl'lIt.t"" t. ,e'u. Inn In lower New York that can be Sold and guaranteed by B. R. Wilson & Son --"""""

afterward the Gorman armies hud encircled seen from all the North river

the city with u rlntf of steel! anti Destroyer. ferryboiita. lie bus for months I __ _____________________ ________ ..d_____ __. -..-- ---
titu. The German shvlls wore failing White's Cream Vermifuge, not only kept before the public eye a KIDNEY DISEAS! A Aare
Ie aull tills worms, but removes. the mucus and comic flctire and some swinging
In her roots.and :;: .
thickly minim's
which build their nests I It
I dime, In they ; rhymes nnd has made all America

of exploding the stately even cathedral within tho lUelf.preclnc And ot brings the: body and quickly whore, worms a healthy cannot condition exls and England laugh. But the. CARPFTS the most fatal J of all

precl ely at 2 a. in. Sept 27, 1870 Cen 20! ; at B. K. Wilson & boa, Tltusvllle.F laugh has cost this manufacturer I eases.FOLEY'S.
oral Ulrich signed the capitulation hundreds of thousands of dollars

which was to deliver Strassburg Into About Animal atruetore.The -Frank Fayant In Success. (My Fall Stock Arriving Daily. Km! EY CURE

the hands of the Invader complexity of animal structure Ri
In the houso of lord I... a certain bra III marvelous. A caterpillar contain The beat way to create a New Patterns to Show Than Ever.

torlcal timepiece which lit Bald to In: more than 2,000 muscles. In a human demand for ;your ware !. to I" More
Buffer from aberration advertise In your home pa- refunded. Con!
body are some 2.0UO.OUO perspiration per For a steady pull at or money

whenever a member of the royal glands, communicating with the sur I trade all the time nothlnff ; :RUGS t RUGS: remedies recognized by
family of Britain PUHHOH u vay. 'The face' by ducts having a total length or takes the place of It.

peculiarity, was first noticed when Wit some ten miles, while that of the arteries : Carpet sizes for Coming Fall Season In sizes from 0x0 to 0x12. New nent physicians ss the bat

slum IV, died. Very early In the morn. veins and capillaries must be< ..... .............10.. 9 G t ...................'. Tapestries, New Body Brussels, New Wlltous, New Smyrna My: Kidney and Bladder trou!;

lug the clock began to emit a aeries ot very great. The blood contains mllllomif --- stock is tbe largest. My prices are the lowest. Mattings, Linoleums. PRICE 50c.iodJJ.00.

peculiar gurgling noised as thong corpuscles each a structure In Itself CARE OF MIRRORS. Portiere, Shades, Cocoa Mats Rubber Mats, Bath Room,, Mats and Art u. It. WILSON JC SOS.Foley's .
gasping for breath went suddenly The In the retina which are -
rods supposed
Squares. 3T" Will be gladto* send samples and quote prices.)IB
low and finally stopped altogether.
to be tbe ultimate recipients ot
OOT to Clean and Keep Them IUoud .. Kidney C
All efforts to start It failed, and on the light are estimated at 30.000.0OO, and CoiMlidua.

tvenlng of the day of the funeral It calculated that the makes kidneys and bladder ri
ilelnert has gray
It IH well to know ::er::
In the first plac a : : E. OL .
t restarted<< of Its own accord nor did It matter of the brain Is built of at least ,
loud cl !aucr. This can be made by
rive any further trouble" whatever tor 600000.000 cells. Jl3r When answering ulverti
Idlutf to whiting fiioutfli 'cold tea toDlake WEST FORSTTU ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
many yearn afterward 27 In these. columns, you. would :on
It boa over anil over again been no- a thin pasta Remove the fly favor by Bijlng you saw rli. ado i
Th. Animal In llcnvm.According with tea and dry the mlrfur. -- ,
worm H\
tired thAt clocks, enpeilully those siuutcd Mohammedan's belef. SIII'I'ks EAST COAST! AUVOCAII reyou
to the Then smear some of tbe paste onthe will I receive butter .lrI'IIII'ID
In the turret of high building" there are ten animals In heaven. and rub with a dry cloth. advertisers.
glass Summer the;
foumlntloim, Re Seeds For
having unumiully deep Crops.
These form the following strange menKcrle A "fwd way to polish the mirror Iswith
liable to In sympathy with
go wrong
: : The calf offered by Abraham, .
u soft cloth und a few drops otaquu Dade Lund l'orSrFor
In dli County
seismic disturbances liapiit'ulng '
the ox of MOHCS. the wuulo of Jonah, uiiiinonlu. Buys the IMttsbur,
trlcts Roitietliues very fur iiwuy the of Balaam tbe ram of Ishumel ,
ass with ninth lit t ,1.C IIot
On Nov. 1, 17 5: for Instance, tlllly the ant of Solomon tho camel of the liroiilcle-Telt-ifriiph. Cleaning pll'ppr Millets\ Sorghums, :Soja Beans, Velvet Beans peanuts, Chufas, Teoslnte, Giant sale, cheap the ,' ,"
la not effectual unless tho best qualr C southeast qunrtei "hi< -e. n> 'I i
weed clean
snit the timepieces In Edinburgh wt'ro prophet Sol ch. the cuckoo of Dalkla. of run puiKT N used. Beggar ship 38, south of range I II east ''II'O. ('

affected.! Many stopped altogether. the dog of the seven sleepers and AI To scour mirrors make a paste of cAI: JI? :E.1SL.3! : .' K. Wood's pineapidi |Ira;: n.iUt' (
Other went allow or feat or Htartestriking tJ .
lornk, the animal which curried Ma- and water. B the surface. Bt Lucie River; 40acres
t wrongly. In thin the mipersttlouu bummed to heaven.AntlOoltln. lilting incur 'VhIPPK, Clays, Wonderful, mack, Unknown Ladytlnnors./ Also, the northeast qu.irre' M neoat
saw some calamity Impending,. with it and let it dry ou the glans. Then Clean Bright: stock:: ; Lowest 1'rlces. Conch Peas, 3c;; 1 er qt., Postpaid; *.1.215peck quarter of sectIon 18 finnnh. ,',

and It was not until news arrived oC rub It oil with tissue purer or with i asort ; $423: bushel. aouth of range 41 east "n tooth
the great 1-lHlmii arth "What are you colng to do for the of grit In the I'lipermny CWAII tV v 'I.TltIlK"lt.
alnriu was allayed. It was then Uco\ men who hove put you in your present crutch the K'utM.' L. CAMERON. The Seed Store, n rt
.prod by comparing\ times and date.,. -
position 'The following In. n goof way to fill Intho 114 East Bay Street. JACKSONVILLE FLA
thnt the first shock must have traveled .
"My dear sir, said Senator Sorghum HcrutclH'B that often appear on thiickn -
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from 1'Vz In Morocco to Gape Wrath that Is not tile question. Prosperity hi of nilnoisWcnitcli: away thomel't'ury

In lens than eight neconds. attaIned by observing what people cnn for about a quarter of an Inch c

A curious. coincident was then recnl do for you, not what you can do for around the scratch awl wet the plol'owith 8 ra-J

ed. On the evening of April T, exactly! other povple."-WttuhlUKion Star. tionn dipped In alcohol ----- -AJR13: YOU -"V -
live prevlounly several thouundo :
;years of mirror anti! F
rake a brokvii pietm kms
thane oC
of portion, particularly
rank and fortune had camped out III murk out a plwe of slivering larger '
ban the place on the mirror. Place n =
Hyde park and had thin panned the tie

hours from dusk till duyllxht.Hi mil silvering drop of, mercury allowing on the to remain center ofhis atew Boat Builder OwnerIf ? == ge

shuck la which was to had avoid been an predicted eiirthquuk fo minutes. Clean away the IIlIv..rfrom or "" acf ; ....

around the patch and slip It from 'fy. 0 b fl'
the early morning of the Mth by nn ul
the broken to tho place to Ire e= ; : <
The threntenei
legal "madman. .. Za 9t
lI1..nll"ll, preHHlng It Into place with amall
quake, however failed to nmterlallzi,, rs/tivl/

und the Mcared ones not! heartily\ luuglietl .. piece of cotton buttlnf(. You Are Buy One Of- -oQa! Cd

at for tlu-lr pains Js'e\ertlielcsa It wajiow
several ot Hair. to Write on ,....1..
time that
was noted ut tho NOa
This. In advocated by an evrlenced
the public und private clocks of tin process
metropolis, stoppe nt precisely the (,' person! : Take a quarter of apoun,1 > zp a '1

suiuo moment on the morning In queatlon U'I wrote to Doctor of nitric acid and half an ounce Walton's Patent Calking Tools. a0N
lOt muriatic acid. Mix shake well to-
and this fact ut once took on i anew jj :
thor. and It U. ready for use. Cover
and Minister slgiilllcancQ."Was Pierce who sent mea tO
with melted
It lIt1l1li1lbl"," people began to the place you wish to mark

r ask "that the no called 'madman' WAil very kind letter rawiiK.Vhtn cold write your in- .

nut BO very 'mud after all and that "Iptlon plainly on the wax with 11IIh'U'I' Invaluable to Boatbulldors and Owners of Boats. U ; pJGE.
advised Instrument to clear the ml'b1l.Thrll .
London had providentially escIIWdwhat and me. = '
'hid apply the mixed 1 acids with a
might possibly have been a Thousands of weak and rick women anther, carefully filling each' letter In Use all over Florida and the North. .(( Si
eons and unparalleled clltllllth'llhe7"The can trace the beginning of a new life of .g fa.CD .
Lpt It remain from to ten minutes A
one ..
"inndneHs" of Mech
so called perfect health to that letter written toIn.
of the 1U0.1t Pi .. a.r..III/O\. \ niiwanuicp desired then i.4e1 .
Uu's clock constitutes one !rc
mysterious Incidents of the npoh'OnlcwaNl. Sick and ailing women are invited! to throw In water, which stops the proc- ) :;; Gfte

It happened' In 1$Od. Two consult Dr. Pierce held, by as letter strictly frrt.privateanti AlltrrettpoiKlence i. II 11,1 rep'nfp the ..-"'t Milks Boats more Rapidly than any other >. t

i years previously the Corslcnn usurpei sncmily confidential. Address Dr. The Meat Iteiueriy for Croup. 1 g ; .
had razed a portion of the city to tae R. V. Pierce Buffalo N. Y. 1I I .44a
From tIle Atchison Kan. Dally Globe
ground: and the place had also Buffered Dr. Pierce'Pavonte Prescription curesweak ,
severely In other ways. lint the uiagDtHcent end aching backs, headaches, nerv- This Is the season when the woman Calking Tool in the World. .' i I)
who knows the beat remedies for (I')
cathedral had been spared and ouane. and other womanly ailments by croup .
the womanly diseaM which cause III In demand in every neighborhood. One
Its massive towr rising( curing "cP
then, as now.
them (It rthe most terrible things the worldto fi'Ej
four Biinare to a height of more than to be awakened In the middle of theIght I
-ta 1M .ptireg or poo Iam. wry at,
300 feet and hearing four dial. each wend Una. Alviena tkhuha! of Lake W..hlacr by a whoop from cue of the chll.dren. '

forty-eight feet In diameter, was one loo, Ca. Mbrn., hack w.. wry The croup remedies are almost Five Thousand
weak :: ;. .t so tbM t tool do no work at Sold. QNe1s
of the moat striking landmarks for .11 ma I win ol li4'a lu lak to fay betI felt a M lure to be lost In case of croup, as a
tulles and mile around. .toa.taot dnlr u> ariaau sal Ik. twla. la revoher Is sure to be lost In case of bllrglaJ'l. m ;
ilomiu were akmMt .nt........ I .*.<. toe There used to be an old-fashion- 1I
Inside the tower was the gigantic Dr. Pliroa. who_I _.a wry kh d loner andviied C) !
Jock, the busiest In the world.! It bad .4 m. to ,.*. b.. .........iTttcriMtoad eo!fashion-1 remedy for oroup, known as hive syr- Price $4 and
.. mothers $8 each.
(}01" M.di L DUcoMry I tooklBKtil P and tola but some modern !
boomed the hours for longer than the <.. W each sad r a wn wean sows xt.unot that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy =
eldest burgher could, remember and aay ..M.a in aver eDt.. Piant-s lIa7 I
Dled.clD. I. better, and does not cost to much. ItCa"lell
tad never gone wrong. When, therere "Favorite Prescriptions makes weak the patient to throw up thephltjtm I g I 28 aI

'> In the early dawn of one summer womeD alI'ong.llick women well. Accept vuicker and gives relief In aahorter May be obtained of the Walton
lay the great bell began clanging furiously DO aabatitntv for the saedidaM which time. Give this remedy. soon Self-Looking Block Co., 404 1& U 1 1I

small wonder that not only the works wonders for weak women. at the croupy cough appears and it will I

4ty. but the whole) countryside was Dr. Pierce' FlaaMDt Pellets are themoet prevent the attack. It never fails and i* Atlantic Avenue. Boston; or at the office of the EAST Ji l'

I' fOil 111'1'. Mechlin Itself was like a dlstarbuil desirable troths foe dtUcatstIU1CB. pleasant; and safe to take. :For sale byall I
druggists and medicine dealers. COAST ADVOCATE Tltusvllle
Live well rusblDg. from tlielr Fla. J




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[ ; tonal Carden.'go It's For You!IThe CLEAN TOWNS GROW. A FARMER'S POINT OF VIEW THE BEGINNERS.A Women as Well as Men

f fneV-nn: C..n..ltlc. n Bi.r to a Co.- Why tie Con"ldr. lnod lt...,. AbA rl..a..nt Little ThMlVlth Them .I Are Made Miserable by

' M. ItOBUIq'S; manltr'n lro....... oliitrlr S
AND COUNSELOR At a niot>tln"; roecntly of the local farmer of Dubmiuo township.. lit.. In uiy travel I among nmiiteur poul- Kidney Trouble.

AT'l'OliNFv Council! if Women of New Orleans recently ..tuh'll.thl' t'nwr for K<*>d rood tryuien I tiud that many of them are

AT-LAW. Prorrtusor Plllard of that city deliveredan from the agricultural standpoint ax follows weak on the variety food qufHtlon. 'fo 1 1produce

in State add United States address on town improvement that eggs you trust food the elnionts '- Kidney trouble preys upon the mind discourages

IU ornctice : of which nu t'Jot Is com pone and lessens ambition: beauty, vigor
will be of Interest to oilier communities .
Court. "I consider them absolutely neces .. and cheerfulness soon
Is article In 't-..1
Water IUllny
lie said that there royal a scarce when the kidneys
: FLA. was no oftl'lt'OIIlwl't'.1 i' 1 disappear
TIT ISVILLE, sary. Farmer are very frt'sll
Office at yards, yet water good clcjiu
l hut where ale out of order
road to securing a clenn\ city.
e to come to the city to sell produce for water is the very foundation of the -- or diseased.

(GAlTLDEq', then wnu a will\ there wan a way, and tho purpose" of getting money with egg bosket Crowing! stuck us well i 1111 i : Kidney trouble) has
If the people of New Orleans! determined which to purchase neoeKsarlcs. I have laying tttock must have It. l become so prevalent

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, upon having a clean city they could known them to come to town for this Then food! Tho general( ctmto, 't a that I1 not uncommon

the Courts of the State Great Health Drink get itlie purpose when the wheels "sank' down among many I* to feed the most of the' L 'xaffliciedwithweakkidIi for a chill ta b" born
all -
l "' 'u" 8tat8 Court Bald the unclenn condition of a to the hubs In mud. I have boon u kind of food that ID the cheapest ulI.l
loJdA tIll' United Heys lithe child urln-
,anti town was a real bar to its progress; the cuHk'st' procured. This U not wU '. .
TITO8Vm.B. FLA. Dispensed at all Soda Fountains 5C __ ales too often. If the
.0 )BoI.3I! p). .thut visitors oomhiK to an untidy town Many times tho fast that In. the mo.. urine scalds the flesh or if. when the child

were bound to receive nn unfavorable needed the yards Is the most , j. WEBB, MI E- TTO Syrup !fa put up for to get but It will\ pay you to get It control the passage It Is yet afflicted with
which nil the hospitality
' mixing with lee water In the somehow.Tho bed-welting depend upon it. the cause of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and courtesy could not entirely erase. city ln>y nays, "Feed's hard i to the difficulty Is kidney trouble and tho first t
Summer time and with hot people by what they SAW. step should be towards the treatment of
They Judged
In tho Courts of the 7tb get." That's tr1abut ht mo whlxpi l
Mil practice Taxes paid for nonresidentst water in the Winter time. and they could not be blamed for doing" get ubout three or these Important organs. This unpleasant
;tuft collected. .In your trouble is due to a diseased condition of the .
4 and accounts Specially:: Adapted to familyuse so. Conditions Professor Dlllard said four little baskets' or boxes:' and ills kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as I

FLORID .. affected chnriicter. A child raised laSlovenly them near your uelghbor'ii house ami most people luppose.
rt18V1LLH:, either as a beverage or (
surroundings would naturally tell him to throw his tabU scrape IlIto Women as well as men are made miserable -

PENNEY, table drink, taking: the place acquire slovenly p."onalllllblt". -- It, and then you take It away when with kidney and bladder trouble

p. for tea, coifee. etc. In discussing the subject of a clean you pnnnlsv, and they will soon comtt and both need the same great remedy. "

city Professor Dlllurd said ho would to lack at It as u privilege for you I to The mild and the Immediate effect of
ATTOR.VEY-AT-LAW, r ; Ito Swamp-Root la soon realized. It Is sold
hogtu with the bark yard. If they q. take their scraps, and your poultry 'vIII ",

TMVH.I.K.): FLORID/ Prices for :syrup >a Pint .'o. were cleaned ip, he thought, the B >uU- be getting, a number of things'; whlc cent by druggists.and one In dollar fifty- ti .'

practice m all the courts of the 7th 1 Quart, ';'dC'. 'I''; Gallon $1.35.; meat would extend to thu sidewalks will help them grow and to )'ll'hll'JglI. sizes. You may have a [ I \p'I Ilit)

Judicial Circuit. 1 Gallon, $2..0.Direetion and streets. lie BiiKRPfited that receptacles This Is not theory, but n bit of expeivnvv. sample bottle by mail -

bo placed In the yards for tho free also pamphlet telltionw of Bw.uip.B......

-* : Two tablespoonfuls eolWtlon of the inevitable trash and A HKSUVC: OK BAD 11OADB. nut the country boy, oh where In he. ? Ing all' about It. Including many 01 the

A. FROST, lined to a glass! of water. that housekeepers "ton to It that their Most! any furuierlll rent or leitse it thousands of testimonial letters received I

;* children and servants! put the trash In farmer for ninny years and I believeI small parcel of ground to his son ur from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmer
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, Costs leas than 2cts. a glass uin safe lit saying that what I have & Co.. Binghamton N. Y., be sure and
them and not scatter, It In the yard. somebody clac'a Mon for n small! "11I11.
of the 7th wl1I\ I ln Rulmtiintlatod n I no- mention this /I
In nil the Courts said by paper /
practice Tropical Manufacturing Co The strips of grass which when allowed Then K" to work In eiirneHt, and you
tenths. of the farmers' of tho county.Faruu'fs .
.ludiclal' Circuit. to Know; up to any height on the ,. will be surprised to see how much slit -
find it absolutely
nnsviu.K FLORIDA. Jacksonville Florida. edge of the sidewalks and streets deface niHiwumr flower Need, how many pen! beans, I le t. h "
to come to town at all seasons of the
I the city would be cut If the general tuce and cabbage you can grow on n

MORGAN Sold by J. R. WALKERand complaint was made against It. your. Th.l'nUllot, ufTcml when the small piece of ground.; Tliero) Is no .FEMALE
''RBDEIUC A. ronil are In had l<""lIt lOll to wait until -
There was' a Inw In the statute books such thing as fall to tho ft'llowVllo
B. R Wilson & Son they dry. Thin in nbriolntply trim of "
Abstracts of Title which compelled property owners to when tho wants to make things go. WEAKNESS
the M"IIM"nISI'14011
Tltusvllle, Florida. keep the Krusa; cut around their premises. spring Years ngo I called ono of my favorlt
.TATE: AND INSURANCE, roods, rule. im In bad condition '
E us n
m ofvacant Ml\ 1-S Congras St.POCTLAND. .
to learned 1 to
This law applied owners birds "Ulg)\ Joe. lie "">U

Ionus, Notary Public.lections lots nil"t'll., though It didn'tseem owing, to the breaking up of winter. know his name and scouted as l'rulIII I mmsliler Wine MAIN of tlsnlul\ Oat. IT,100 superiorto II,;

Sale. To put the mad. in such n condition ail, dilator's .....\loln.. I .. used
Sheriffs to lx no understood. of ..l 1 of him. Then It give er
( It was
/bteno as
l Typewriting, rapli; that furinortt would ronm to town at 1 1lIt'Ill&OnM and I know whereof I .]>im". I suf- ,
Professor IMllurd suggested. that "MI- your I birds prestige at homo and, nLroal51nny tenet for nine month with mippressedmenstruation 'Ii
FLA. AND: MY VlUTtTE (IF AX: EKECt would rout a great deal ofmoney
TITIevn.LE:, ,
UNDER rtuln neighborhood' ( might would .. wliioh completely prnstrittocl -
dents of a times when visitors com
IHHUOI! out if ilm Circuit Court fcUrtvird
but It would I lx money well ex-:!: ,, me. Pain would shoot through It
county l-'loriilu, In a oiiunn whon. unite to form n sort of adjunct policeforce to HIV lilY poultry they would tiskwt my l hook and side* and I would nav. f

A.Fno.'r. WADK II. JOKE! In*. R Setae ll.Holui1 wan defendant., BAuiiHhlnr. I have, luvluil|>lalatitr open.|, ami alili.J.1I to sera that violations of the law. pended.I'.nftl'll. provided It Seem judlcloimly ex- see "Lanky 1U>1>," "Ulynn'M, 8. Crant" blind walk In no* h.oduohnn.and I would My feel limbs so weak would I ..1

TT'ROST: & JONES will Hell at publio auction,in trout of the CouiHoiiHn In their vicinity at least were reportedto "Tho rrlileof Alleghanli's" or soul could not stand up. I naturally feltdlsuouraKuil ''I
TltiiHvlIlK, .Florida tile 1 don't believe can find a farmerIn
floor In during you
for I soemml to b. beyouil
authorities.In and when orderci I.
the other favorite they
legal hours of Halo UH>U the' proper the county who will tell you that he the help of physicians' but Win of .,,1
the biMlnesH streets. TrofessorDlllnrd would net for them from lhIt'u
EAL s'rATE; AND INSURANCE, 7TH DAY OF DECEMBER. A. J D JK)3! ): is no H|tun ted that he can afford when eggs they Ourtlul oameasa Uad.nt to me. 1folt III
seemedto a for the butter within a
said, the worst enemy headed by one of these "namedbirds. I > change"" \
to tlm hlKhext and dent blditar. for cash, the the road are bad, to wait until theybc'colue week. clays I treatmsnfc
onnll and Collectlone.TlrnVu.LE following rent, Suture or the flcreitilAiit HltnutA. be |Micr. This was n paper age .' 1 ..;..t. ::I''t'h'u: Buffering: th* I

.In Hrovurcl. County. Klorldn' Via: A tract of 41 he Bald, find. nny quantity of It couldbe pood. Yen name your birds, for that give" agonies I usually did l and noon h"o*>in. .
acreH Uunrrllieil hook "I/* or ilnpd. ut page 2 the north line IIKIIIK DT" dinliiK and lit toe found about the streets. More receptacles you a name, and that Is whnt YOII tlardul simply wonderful an.ll wish '!w .
Hnuth of tho linn Iwtwt-en Ixiw: and, of Set ) were needed for papers 01the ROAD REPAIRING. want. Tliompnoit's. Ringlets, Gamer' that all utforlng women ku." .! It* :.
WOIII.KV. It. II, SKy>,oun. donna, TowiiRhip South/ Ill1n"e.ill lastah; .II food qualities ,;!
l>elnira strip iflM: root In width extending trot street, and ns soon RB people bf'I- Hen-IIur or1'11., In my own cast .
tX rORI.EY &: SETJIOUR line of Lot 4, It would be ..oni. Point by Conneollpnt'ii S tlllichvrnr j. f r
the: Indian River tn the went amImundttil gun to realize that need < Keystone lleautles have all been llttl! h'1
y north by land. of Kitflmr, and Hoiilh by Conorl..loa.r. xX>i i t. .rTnasurer .. .t.
nnl to the exooutory devln.. supplied gold mines to tho owners. Name ;you
1'owBd'H land >jeot ortUod ICuonumio League
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.:: treated by the will of nuHan D. 8etzo, to take el. He mild the prosperity of a town depended ,. In a letter to nil selectmen of towns birds. They'll love you more am t
loot the death of the defendant P. Hutzf throughout Connecticut, State liljfhwa;]
upon '
general practice in State and Fed Said will may be soon at the County JII<|KO'H olHoe. largely upon a neat appt"ar.anct' Couimlmilouer Macilonald some you'll love them moro.W Periodical ha.ftci! ) tell of fe- I''
ml Court. Special attention givento good laws and their enforoe-raen gave < 1 tini whet I
I will aluo sell nil that part of tho !''IWot the< valuable points on road repairing. il J] rquwmborjlJje and male Wt>akl"I" Wine of Cardui ,;
admiralty practice. of these pronounced publtncntluienC < Lure
and back a 111It dressed TmrcTicadcil; ( ,
8\V'/i\ of Section$. lyhitf until ol the land nov aid a curei ptTiiiftiiently nineteen out ofevery :
SKLI. I'II.IIIs'U: MIAMI, FiATEPiIEN or formerly or K. OHiiorn. whoHe .1<"..11.011 roe : : footed boy ran out luto tho night's darkness twenty ciwies of irregular "
." Vitvi. Anil al "All culverts and gutters should be
.. or.I In deed hook "E. : at I mire
--. that) part of the N W4 of the 8 W" of Section 2H.. ; cleaned out and all shoulder on the with a stick of stove wood In hiM iiicns, buurintf down pains or ',''
E. FOSTER, lying between hind of K. C. Mclllnnis on the A Jan"erou" .lUollth. ( ) hand to take vengeance on tin any famaU wcatn s. If you are
north and land or J. O. Powell on the oath am roads should bfl pared down BO thai my discouraged and doctors have '
rnntAinlnff'24 auroii more or leas Heintf all ii. This Is the month of coughs, ooldn. antacute they shall be below the traveled owl that was having a feast on tom< ,
portion failed, that i I..* the best reason, in 'I',
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 'L'ownnliip j i\ South, Ranire :.>K>wrjoa catch cold >
catarrh. Do you ollllly1Flnll of his (my) fancy stock.A .
1'. HROWN of the highway. This will permit you should try Wine ofarilni
Dyal-Upchurch liulldlog\ Jax SherilT.'IEO yourself! hoarse, with a tickling 10 of thu water running off Into the /gut hen bus nerves as well M you now. Remember that I

IACK FI.A. 11(. RUIIKINS Attorney for I'lulnilir." your throat and an sliould annoying! cough at ter. Gravel rondo should,! huve a little mother and to have Homo midnight enemy hcruliichcit ni."nn female nknees. -.
: > liavi
40SVII.Lro, nlstip: Tlion, you always 'gravel placed on the too murks in th prowling III'ol1llfllH'r roost lug/ quur Snare M $IVU bottle of Wine of .
of Mallard's! Ilorehouni '
riRct'ir: COURT IH' 'I'JII: SI1VENTIf .iu- handy, a her ulnioxt to dt of the road and In the ruts. II tern frightens/ y
s. Ul'RKIIAM' 1\1. D. IN diclal Circuit of r'lorlda. llniv.ird CountyIn Syrup. J. A. Anderson, !a) >4 West 11th stS.iU center 'J"
Chancery. Lake City, writes: "We use this U not done at this Houxon no goodwill I huvo found that a lien that bus beei

Harry Khrlich ) Divorce. l.xrd'n Ilnrohound Syrup for o"'llhli' ant rt'.ult.11 loose stones should be badly injured 1 never docs as well again I
VS. },
SURGEON: and SPECIALIST, Alice tlirllch; ) colds. It gives: Immediate relief. Wi removed from iiiucudani roads with the I I cnnnot explain the philosophy I of the

Ear, \one and Throat. It appnariiiK I oy the I hill' of nompUInt; exhlliltcilind ]! know It's tho bnst remeily for theRe trouble back of a rake, not the teeth. Loose fact but I know It Is true. Keep your WINEOFCaRDUI

thou: In said I cause, and the all! Invlt id coin 1.10 I write this to Induce other people tones Injure it road as much as anyone birds safe and 1 tame, and you hitvioveicome ..
.r ,' \1.31 RKARII: FLORIDA. l>lnlnant. that the dnrundantlu u 1 to this pleasant and etllcient remedy" '
ion roslilunt tha State of Florida, and roeldoeoawlt try thing because they are driven Into a Ierl'lll feat' In the poultry
: In Phlladulphla the State. uf I'eimivlvaula 2*>c, 'lOc) ::ind fl.ODnt) B. 1C. Wilson &; HonOut ; tho surface and break the bond. 01'111.-111111111 Harris Uuyer In Inland '
within thu United Btitxs.N'ow
R. 1l0lHlUTO'"SO.TDIG van, the said. I Alice thrllcli!: Iteand appeal "Where the stone is1 beginning to Poultry Journal. '

lefuro thu Budge; of our Court on the tic m F.... For Lay I nut Ilena. show through/ a little splinters or chips r

7TII 1)\Y OF DKCKWKER, A. D., I'MvJ! I Ito The mujurlty of farmers consider! oats of stone should bo applied> to form a FontL'flltl {;olel.If d
; answer 111111.111 of complaint, urn decree pro I a danKvroim feed for chlckeiw Thesbnrp cushion This cushion Hhould not lie you have a bud cold you need a 1 II I

the '"Dentos. .-onfenso will t>o ontrrerl itf.unsi' yon, and the paints Hometlmes pierce the linIng more than throe-fourths: of an Inch foColUl reliable medicine like Chamberlain'i: I
tiniipluinant will hu allowed to proceeil experts (Jotigh Kemudy to loosen and l relieve I It
rhlfkeii'H! thus producing thick. No sprinkling or rolling Is necessary. -
vitli his said cause. of the crop ,
Xow DAYTO:r A.M the Irritation and liillammn
AT It I.I further ordered that this notice lie pub Inflammation usually remitting A ton of splinters will sulOce and to allay 4 ,I
Ishuilln, the B tis'r CI'\ADVOCATK, news n severe I Jon of the throat and !lung Foro\ bjtil .
"wpnr pnliU-dunl ,,,.1.1 l county nnccaweek! for l III ileath. Homo varieties of oats I for from 2,0 to 300 square| feet. An ordinary druggists. and medicine dealuis.VrntllAtlon 1*

MASO.V.UEXTAI.8UUOEON'. Our consecutive1 weeks. Btlffcr and sharper pointed than farm roller weighted down and
Honurahle Minor H. Jones, Juuicfl are
the For
WltneHa : nearly
ot said i Court at the Court House In Tltusvllle:,, othvrs. Then wi lu'lleve there III' more run over the road after loose stones and rltm..

"lorlda. tills the 2nddayof November- A. 0.1003. danger when the fowls ore allowed\ to are removed, will Improve It. It Is not 'u half a century
A. STEWART animadversion of
A. Much of the
Clerk or the circuit Court. themselves than where given a necessary to use screenings on a stone
lIy n A.SfEWAR'PD.C... gorge road as they only furnish dust in dry "drafts" by poultry writers Is the verlmt I

trolw, FLORIDA.n .. F. J. WKIill, Solicitor for CoiiipUlnant. limited All the quantity.cases we ever knew of where weather. If the road Is watched, a new rubbish. The same writers will ur- riy'sSeeds

disease was caused! by feeding oats the surface will not be necessary as It will cently: recommend ventilation but there
Notice. in bad nut be no draft; otherwise the fowls \ '
not have the chance to net
cblekeiwt( went to tbe field or "anl..nand
lil'e'hklnn tvlll all take roup and die. How ventldtlon -
wanted. We have frequently condition. ,
ate all they be secured without draft Is ba.etrl. > arrengfemnaln.ary, I 1
CONCERNED; : TIKE NOTH'E THAT fed outs to our laying hens lie congratulates the selectmen on can kni Budd Main :St.: i iJackMon"llie. ALL niontlis after date I will "as Sherlltand the fact that the roads have been so lot explained.: "Draft" Is a "current of all ,I" 1.011 """",,r .'I
Building ,
ofllclo Adinlnlstratorof the ...tar..t K. I with the bert results. 1"11"!>..lo.!!.ppllraut l *. ,
Rooms 15, 10, 17. C. Doom ex, deriea"ed late of lirevard Countv.iorl I We feed 1 nt the rnte of about two tabluKpouuXuls well looked after by them In accordance ilr. Ho! Is t ventilation. It may be a IQ D. M. "Vo II II. .. ('0.
| <.la, present my anal account as such adiilniMtrator I. In the morning with the means at their dispotllli.and'tbh jrlMlt or almost Imperceptible current t ......1.. ILl lelo.
A.I Penney, to the hen
DENTIST. to the. and for lilY fact will greatly aid In securing but there ran bo no ventilation without
('ountv Judge of acid Countv pray hens having access to plenty of water ,1
'" net. discharge Irom Hiicli udtninlotrxtlon.As .. the to the towns the state aid they atptwtwnt mire or less draft. Too much ventllu-
am fed extra I
Budge Work, .J. I' I litO W JIi' and grit. When outs are ,
Sherilf', ami exottlclo'AdmlniHtrator to provide" the enjoy. Inn Is the same aw too much draft. .__ _- -- ,
should be taken/
Porcelain Inlays, of said estate. care iV'bcre fowls roost there should not be !

high ,!lasn Plato Work. Itnsvllle, Fla. July dlst. 11X13. BHIuoSI: fowls with an abundance of grit and Icolat 'h. Farmer. too much ventilation When fowls are The Largost and Most Com.
Ttik water softens the '
.- - pure water. Farmers by reason of better roads o iff the roust, there cannot tie too much Dlete Establishment South.*
( grind
the grit
',TANTBD-A la ly In each county to iiia"a ehuslness of the alle will be enabled to visit each other and raft[ except whcic the weather U so
or (
I t' for an old established honi.l1.lfl house of Oats aro a hone and muscle ma king National/ send their children to the schools of the coM as to endanger the fowls. Give iEO S. HACKER & SON

rHomes olid weekly financial miUrv'of maniMnic.Ali! +!.no raid A hy straight cheek each M..n- and au egg pro ucer.-COr. country throughout the winter. As it Is tatty of air off and just enough on the (

da' with all expenses direct from headquarters ad-lressed Stockman. i today, many farmers' wives do not 1"OOHt.--io'arm and Ranch.To j
Enclose '
loney advanced for expenses.' Mil. ., homes during the winter to I
enveloiw. Manager, :ear Caxwm leave their"
'a' lean ,u' about Virginia: Lands, <"'hliyigo.' llvvr to Make Flails Tattle.. cull upon a neighbor because the poor Stop Wittier ':atl....

Moiir! '.roducts, mode of culnliV ----- Make a smooth sauce of half u pint homes have all they can do in haulingthe When the fowls get to picking therothpre I''I

I ntl etc. by reading the [ ANTED-SEvKhtSL PERSONS' In OK each CM state.\R- of milk and one tablespoonful each of grain to markets and doing necessary oft each other's neck, I take a '
'IV good I re >utatlon 'I
and | i !
J rtrmer. Send 100t acter one ,In Iris county rctpilre l to rcpremt butter and flour. Take from the fire farm work without tolling through/ lees of raw, fat suit orkIJlfK'e with

anal: fIIontI1l1bs'rlptlol1! to the ... an1il advertise nl.i .tahll.h"d wealthy MalaryI.XI hin.1- season with salt, pepper and mushroom muddy lanes to tbe home of a neighbor a i good rind sit It will not com down i

"mporia, Va. ne..a( house weekly of with...11.1 expenses nnamUl additional standlnir./ ', all ,pav- ealahup; add the beaten yolk of merely for the sake! of a social call for In tin dirt-and, driving a nail throughhe

'ale: In rash dln--t ach. Wednnmlay, from. head nee"wiry. an egg and a pint of cold boiled fish tbvlr masters.A rtiid nail It to Home part of theu1141ug "
BO YEARS ', .. Hurse H..r.....and...'...carnage.. self-ad.lressod. enelui'e shredded fine. Have ready some pastry \ In easy reach of the hen.andt (

r 1 EXPERIENCE Colimwl.,J3U DearlKm Ht.Chicago.KgT" shells baked empty. fn
-- \Vlf-I dn-nmed last night thnt I this is gone If they still contlnle ..,,.. *w'vtL

We cannot guarantee to pnblUh\ How to It.ll... ln.*.-t nltc was In a store that was full of the to pick'.-If the feathers, I give them i1 it itMANUFACTURER.9

Item" that do not reach thin office before Hln-s of insects will be greatly ro- loveliest bonnets and- another plec.. There Is something lackng :. OP I '//

ooo on Tbor8.IIIYII. llpvwt by touching the spot with a dropf Husband (hastily)-Hut that was only lit their fowl when they pick; off ',1

ammonia. Thin). neutralizes the pol- a dream, my dear. and oat each fit-tier's feather, and the Doors Sash Blinds ,
( ALL KIN'D OF JOB PKIXTIN'fJremember soothes the path. :
\ TRADE MARKS FOR the ADVOCATE olHce, nn l lon and ftrmfwjuently Wife--I knew that before I woke uP. two fat sa't! lark supplies the deflclrny -

*4' DeSIGN share of because you bought me one.-l'lIIlud..Jo and stop feather eating.- Josephine i
o .n lo not fail to end u" a your Icnlding & Building Material i
COPY AC.t Iavis In I American .
trti' snit nrrlptton RIGHTS, msT work. We will please you. Stepped Against a Hot Stove.A phia Press.It Jol. Atrjculturlxt.Host

1 .n fro* whether any child of Mrs. fteo. T. Hennon, when Office A Wnrerooms. King, opposite ,
.. IJiilniCfit I'urth.
.Le".I l'munl to remember that life I III not
Mutest.. : .:A.Co.pW rWrR:nu.n Sonic; Special Offers. teppfxl back against a hot stove which written In lead pencil and erasing may I. M. loJfa01, Hreenyl1le, Tex., writes S. C.

U ""....' hi tb. corned him severely. The child was, In Dot be done until after the account has )v. :id, HX/ ):: ."1 had rheumatism hut .

and lilt mother could do been rendered to the Master.-New .Inter was flown In bed si* week; triedeyer1Llllnlf. (
\J :;'fi f!: JIm ran.! Fruit nnd Truck Orower, {:rest agony
The Florida devoted eiipeo lothlnK; to pacify him. Remembering York Herald. but got no relief, till a friend ash Weight? Cord and

'atmI .....kI.,. Largest rtr- the new monthly Journal. anl bat she had a bottle of. Chamberlala's! //fay. me part of n bottle of Uallard's ,

.. eoldtb 1 .&II. nwadWem. ally to the Interest of the fruit veg. Pain Italm la the house, she thought/ she tlDOW Liniment. I UMM! It, and got two
U State U published fteaiitlfiil Clear HUles.Iterblne Hardware ,
of the bottles. It cured and I haven'tIt ,
growers me
', h-CQTtllro.dw.y 10c. could try It. la less than bait an hour more
New York at; Ocala, at *t a year. Single copies trial' after It the child wan quiet andaIIleep exert: a direct Influence' ; on any rbeomatlim since. lean J' cnm.meDlllaoW'Llnloleot *
p. lit.. W..IDoI.ODo Dol,;. limited time a six months applrlnlt Vlndow and Fancy Gas! )
For urwcribrs : ] less than two week. wasrest. be bowels, liver and kidneys" purifying' to bo the best IInl.ment )

nbucriptlon will be sent to the new Fruit andruck Mr*. Benson Is a well known resl toil strengthening; these organs and on earth (or rheumatism." For
SALVE for 25>> cents Or Semi-Weekly both Tlme8I I lent of Kellar, V'a. Palo Balm Is a aahteptio nalDtalnlDg them In a normal condition nmafic, sclatlo or neoralglu painsb wiltt .
T01} Grower and la Mallard's Snow r.lniment.yoll ------ -
";, "9 eal". in tn. _orld.l the Thrice-a-I liniment and especially valuable of health thus removing a common -
Union for U.20. Or for urns, cuts, bruise* and sprains. For call: !!. of yellow, naothy, greasy. skin and suffer long, but will\ emitted withIpoedy Tar
-- ------ York both one year 'Oley's Honey and
l I reek World of V cw ale by all druggists and medicine note or less *>t pimples, blotches and and ffertlvs cure. :25c, ark and

.Cl: Honey tad Tara I, for $l2 L.;'oJ. OnfMBT.: Pub Ocala, Fla I i I, .. riackhcads. Wo at U. R. Wilson Son. '..VI( at li. It. Wilson A Hon. lot' ehUdrtatsateurc. No op4Jes.EAST .

orcyeats pneumonia. 1


___ _ _ _ _______________________ ,- 'r",

T COAST ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 13, 193.) ___ _ _ _ _
--- -- -
JAMES. PBITCHARD, President; Wit. M. RHOWN, Vicp1



The Board met Monday morning No- RIVER STATE
The editor of the ADVOCATE. I In vember 2nd 100i.: Prenent, J. M. Dixon, INDIAN BAH

*WILY JOOBHAL DBVOTBD TO TUB DT1OFMIHT company with two or three citizei Chairman; K. N. Andrew, J. E. Fultz

0. TH. IICDIAM KIT KM, usa of Titusville, recently drove out and K. E. Mima! Secretary. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
WOHTM.urD BHOATKB BAYIBOTIO1I* Turnbull hart The minute of lust meeting were read
through the famous and approved. The Treasurer' reportfor Authorized capital
__ ,
miles $ ] Oc
PUBLISHKD BVKRT FBIDAT.IM.tBi.iui mock which lies some three the month of October, 19011, wa received Paid up capital .
from thin town, to take note of the read, found correct and redeemed J4d $4c
cancelled. ._ : Average deposits, $
H. -WAi/ros, Editor & Publish! in that section. warrant duly l5c
orange groves Resolved By the Board of Public Instruction ..__.._ :; -
Discontinuance of Klvts. mint l). mule pI'" What we saw far surpassed our we hereby officially adoptfor .
has bee Transacts
...I11'.t thin oflt a or by writing. fondest expectations. It the 1'ubllo Schools' of Brevard County a General Ban
a year or more since we had the the "Standard Course of Study for .:, i
through this the Public high School of Florida." : ,, ;
be made payable to CHAKL pleasure of going Business
Chen,vta.,may the School Commhwion ,
and when we Prepared by .
bammoct .
B. WALTON,publisher.ff thriving provided tor In *)ro. 8, Chapter: 62(10, ,: 1
saw acres of dark, rich green trees, law of Florida, except that In the hth : : Largest and Oldest Bank on the
In writing to the AuyooArit tot Inforntlon .. laden with ripening fruit, we wet grade wo do not Include Algebra-but : .
01 'ny kind.tlio writer will obliK by enolo reminded of the palmy days prt place It In lilt year of High School. Our ,, .4' .] ; Exchange bought anti ,ol.l. ,,? n j.01
Ing a taiiipod-iulilrenitnil envelopil.BOSTON disastrous freeze of courie being uniform .over the entire ,'4 '. ., Countrlos.rtron .
vious to the County, the Rural Hchool* will thus ,. ,

: OrFICK-Tun KA T 'OUT Am ISU5. and involuntarily found oui teach such studies AS aro embraced In a / ,.. treatment g ,appreciated.and every favor Promm<.iMtai iervl,(t 21rvative '
CUTS boa openeil olllca..t404 Atlanl.lo avenuBoiton selves saying, "Prosperity again I" Florida 2nd irade Toucher's Certificate. S bankinit (traniiu.
which will be In charge of Mr. Ol..ud.< The first grove we visited was a Prof. J. D. Teeter, Prof. Homer K. Absolutely Para CORRESPONDENTS.
O.Walton. owned by our esteemed Wakefield and Prof. Oeo. H. Boutelle Seaboart Natinal I3ank of 7.w Y<
twenty-acre one from the National Banit of Jackeouvilie. .
committee, Vie.7II4I.mE
are appointed a SUBSTITUTE
fellow townsman teacher of bur County to meet with the
Addren. all communications BAST COAST ADVOCATE to : Brady, and a finer lot of trees and County Superintendent at Honaventure ,

found anywher Friday the 27th lost., to revise our
Trruvn.i noRmAa. fruit are not to be on -----

.. The wer present course of study, aligning textbooks mandamus case... 25 0(
___ I in the State. oranges n M Robliinn,services
'- I and to the various trades: to conform Florida Star,pub ex notice...... ... 1 Of &
8. Department of Affrlciiltui just beginning to ripen hung, to the State::! course, and take such actionas COCOa&; RmikK News pub ex notice..... 1 OtBtumpa McMurray Baker4O1414
such profusion that many of the Is in their judgment to secure Hltcluwk., rap to flag;pole No 2 2 /IM
Fit. In
Weather llureau-Jupiter, PJHan.fenclnjlrorNo2.... .. ...... 61116
limbs had to be propped I in orde the fullest measure of benefit from MonJanftorN02 ...... ......:.. 1100
According the new adoption. U KJJnren.Inoexp No 2 ................ 338(1
comparative slat to sustain the weight. hitchcock. to No 2. 4R W( East Cay Street Jacksonville, Florida.
The following is a Kesolved, By the Board of Public Instruction Btninpe & rooms gym(
and rainfall for tbe we would estimat (""ha Fulton painting fence No 2 1110
to our Judgment, Brevard
ment of temperature for the County of ...... IT 97
week ending Tuesday Nov. 10, 1003. I the yield for this fine grove at not State of Florida, that the Fiscal, Rents Fee R K itt Mima.. Stewart jr.,freight Co,ahall"l on wagons for No 103...... 8 00 -Makers and Jobbers of-

-1003- -1902DAT lens than three thousand box appointed by the Board of County Com- Special Tax School Dint No I.
*. MAX. MIN. MAX. Mil] in the misHloner, are also appointed Fiscal Teachers(alarle*...... ............. ... 70 00
then proceeded to put and Mater
4 1'1275 RO'73 We of this Board with the same duties Special Tax School Diet No 2. Vehicles Harness Carriage lap
B 84 70 81 71 rest of our spare time in lookin, Agent and compensation, with respect to Teachers Salary... .. ?. ................. 2611 00 ,
u 82: 6S6I 70 71 into some of the other vigorou warrant drawn on the order of this Rpeolal Tax School Diet No.4.
r 7 78 70 75 and found that Col. D.,IGaulden's Board a* In the case of County Warrant Teacher Salaries.......................... 40 00 Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
H 74 04 77 & groves 'Vm.M. Urown'swere IteHolved, That the Indian River State i There being no further business the
O 77 (((8CO 78 01K and Mr. Bank, of Titusville; the Brevard County Board adjourned to meet In regular session First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
' 10 71 7tt not a whit behind Mr. Brady'iin Stato Bank, of Cocoa; the Bank of FortFierce I, Monday morning December 7, 1\J03.\
Total rainfall for the week: 1.88 general appearance and in tbe of Fort Tierce; the Planters' Security -

Departure from normal rainfall for the heavy yield of fruit.It I Bank, of Jensen and E. P. Branch, Foley's Hooey and Tar always stops FUEL AND SUPPLY COHPA1
week: plus 1.18L.Inches. Departure was our intention to visit some of Melbourne, are hereby appointed FIscal the cough and heal the lungs. Ref use THE SOUTHERN
from normal rainfall since January 1. Agent of the County of IJrevard and substitutes. Sold by B. R. Wilson & son. "-
pin 1.13 Indies.IlAi of the other groves In that vicinity are to discharge the following duties:

,. P. HAODIK, Observer.Ocu but night drew its sable mantl They are to cash all legal county warrants Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement

"-- ._ _._ _. 'u over the scene preventing 'any presented to them at par, taking G.DE ORASSB SCHUYLEB, M. U.Telegraph ,
assignments thereof and forthwith present
hunters have been bagging further investigations. *
: the same to the County Treasurer P SICIAN.
a largo number of quail this week We are also pleased to note that for payment or registration In accordance Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
of the best settlers of that 0183 Acts of 11)03.) ...,
and some say there are more quail some with Chapter office open all night./ ,
in this flection of Indian River than section who moved away wh n the Where warrant are registered by the
freeze struck the country, County Treasurer and returned, they EAU GALLIF., FLORIDA. Offices foot ot IJogan Street, Jacksonville\ Florida. Telephone No,.
last great
there were year. shall be presented for payment within
are now back in their once desertei teu days after receiving notification from J. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.

THE: logs by fire of Senator EN.Dimick'a homes, and are working with old the Treasurer that be hall fund to meet Stanley Kitching
beautiful horns at Palo time vigor to bring their groves up| the name. Such Agentshall bo entitled,

Beach is much deplored by the Sen to their former standard. that charge as compensation not to exceed for 0 their percent services per,annum to -Dealer In- Lumber and Building Materia[

tor's host of friends in Erevannounty. While it has been proven upon the warrant cashed by them FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS

I the miscreant who Florida can do well withoutorangee. and registered l by the County 'i'reasurer,
May still there can be no question tha from the date of Issue to the date of pay Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China and Holders'Hardware
ant fire to it meet his just deserts. Drink Saab, Doors and Blinds, Briok. Lime and Cement, Nails
our greatest prosperity is when the ment. and Temperance MASURY'S HOUSE PAINTS, F. W. BIRD & hOX'S
are at their best. 'l'hosewbo The Superintendent eported having The following brand of cigar deliveredat PARO1D ROOFING AND saKATHING PAPERS.
TIll: lion. I). E. MoLIn is agali groves perfected arrangement for the openingof *2.25: per box of 00: Orders filled promptly. Write us for estimates.
that as
claim just
we are pros a school at Ml ceo next Monday mornIng -
a candidate for Commissioner of perous as when the groves were In I and the appointing of Mr. Peter Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, EAST COAST LUMBER AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
Agriculture ; and, as he has mada either observer Bertlesen a* Supervisor. Cremo, Cubanas, x'obaUkl. Oeneral Office at Kan Oallie. Fla.
good man for the oflloe, he may; full else swing, not are honest poor in their state Mr. J. R. Carter wn appointed Super. Flinch Cards, uOo.; Hand Made Palmetto yard at EAU OALLIE, TITUSVILLE, FORT PIERCE and West Palm B<

the of or are visor of the Merritt School. Hats, 20o. -. .
rely upon getting support ments. It Is true we have managed The Board take pleasure In acknowledging FI.OUIDA. -

: the ADVOCATE, no matter what op reasonably well since '05, and our : / the receipt Fifty Dollar ($;)0)), STUART, & O'Eara:

position he meets with. people are to be congratulated for'' a generous: donation from the citizens of :Hodges ,
TltuHvllle, to aid in the erection of anent
. the way in which they have con fence around the School Urounds. THE MATTHEWS ...Manufacturers and Dealcrsln.|\ ..
TUB: Florida East Coast Railway trlved during the years they wen In consldeiing the event which led to

Company is always looking after bringing ,their groves back int the cloning of Courteuay School, the Rough and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LU1BE :

,: the interests of its patrons by improving bearing, to live without burdening Hoard after a careful Investigation unanImouHly .'. leaned
its rolling stock. Theyre. themselves with debt ; still they wil mistnlns the teacher. Torpedo Launch Orange Box 'Meucl', Fruit and Vegetable Crates. Mouldings, Shingles' el'
read and
commission The following bill were Will and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices dejhw
cently put with almost invariably Buffalo, BluS )
agree you panned for payment : to any part of the State. Address: Hodges Jfc: O'Hara,
more elegant coaches, seventy fee that Florida's prosperity depend County School Fund.
which are not only a credit tithe Ton'h..,.'saliirle*. ... ... .. ....$1,215! 00 -- .- .. ... -
long, largely/ on a full crop oranges. HK: M 1m". S.qt..a U'l 'Y': 11",810'8
East Coast, but to the wholi We are rejoiced to see that good R N Andrews, ertllein and irlleaga.... .. HMO g. .... .a... "J. _ The OlileBt'Established Grain and Heed Hi.nw ""
I Fulti: iur ilium and.mtluaKa......... IK 40 ;., : .
of Florida. Some of the ndrthen times have come again, and if nothIng J M 1 IMxcm| per diem...... .. ......... 'loo
railroads would do well to folio John H..nry, typewriting mIn, for pub... t 00 .
prevents, the Indian River sec R K Mima, mo frt, .... IS aiOK t cSz; C
piMtE exp exp. :s O'\ltO: : :
in the footsteps of the Florida Eas tlon will, In the course of another AllniH.:: clark ...... an: oo: 10.. '1'v ...\'\ -v-JO.:; .
(.ocoa.'Ie' Kovkit New*.pill) financial Btat.. U 00 ;
Coast Hallway Company. year, take her old accustomed place JobnJ.m"enlot |1"'YlDton No 41 ......... Si< 00 ":, ,
.. 1101" 41 ......... mo' oo : GARDEN SEEDS
is the most prosperous portion of Alloe I-ovt-luct. Ino exp at"o 37 .. ...... 010/ I J..:..: GRAIN, HAY, AND ,
TUB East Coast sent hundred uf, Florida. F.C: L. K t'O uppne' for No Il ....... 8 0.1: "' 4 .. ,
Crank ..alnror No 6......... II 3.1 ... ,, .... _. .. ...""
_. .
representatives to the Carnival at Kilward:, 1N,janitor No a ............ 275M ... .." ":-- .. '.. ... -.. .. 1-7'.. .4..'A Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilize
K hull Ino No 21 4 4 exp '
Jacksonville last week, and all of JACKSONVILLE'S CARNIVAL. .& r'nrohnntt,shades No 21 &39... 1 (oo( L FLA.
....... 8, 112 East Street, JACKSONVILLE
them left more or less dollars hi J W Hull Ino oxp 1"0311 PleasureLaunch Mo. Bay
A Comfortable :Speedy
Mfg Co, Uyloplote No aJ.: .. ..... 22 ut!
the of Florida. It shown .. ....... and Plant Syrt
metropolis No a 35 64 tracks of S. A. L. R'y.
in Feed. Warehouse on
Jackson. for Purina
Last week's Carnival 'I S. 1"08........ 10 IU built In sizes between 17 and 75: lgts.;
what advertising does. As the ADVOOATB rllle was something that. the people .. .. No21........ 2234DDProvotrepalre : -. -,_. --
amount of free No 30........ 6 :2O feet In length.
did a large ot that go-a-head city should feel lr..vr(.u. blwk. board cloth ............'... 20(15 .
advertising to help the merchant) C O rwonlinff for No 41.. Ilfl Largest Manufacturer of Hull In
A A"'Stewart C.
would proud of. It was, undoubredly, the I*(. Kyzer.tiunnnortlntf pupils... ....... M 00 P. R\ihlmaxi & Co.
of Jacksonville along, not grandest thing of its kind ever ut- .1 I 0 Michael .. 2 months do 00 Send for Illustrated Catalog
.....,..... 30 On
well for them reciprocal 11 I:SveueIIe.)
as tempted in Florida. Never in the W "lw..I", .' .. ........... WOO( and Marine Guide. NEW TORK.
261 St I
by sending a little paid advertising hl tory of the metropolis of [O'lorlc11&Wtor" l. StOllIllillA MtoVe: "" :: :.::::::::: :no ooN !na Murray I htreet. J N. Y.
to the ADVOCATE? One good turn so people seen on the' unit A ,.u. free. book. .. ...... ......... u BO THE ,
deserves another. Everyone from many American Hook (',,,free hn..k4........ ..... in 04
itreets and good nature prevailedfrom 1 R state Hunk, lt.oal airunt services..... 14: 116 Hnscoin, Ohio, U. H. A. '

this BAction reports Jacksonville.a grand tim beginning to end. '1'lie mem- .. . . Oranges Pineapples
while in hustling -- --- -- ----- -- ------ --------- --
>ers of the Association did their ,

work nobly, the Carnival's great COCOANUT OUOVK, on 1U8CAYNK HAY

a THAT prince of merchants-Mr,, luocess demonstrating that they and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

John Wanamaber says: "Noah wai made good their statement that PEACOCK INN Cocoannt C rove. Flu.

the first man to advertise. He ad hey would give the people amuse- THE On lilecayne Uay. represent several of the largest shipper In your State, and wish '4' !eplt

vertlsed the flood and it came all! nents that would astound them. The Peacock ion I III the mot sou thorn hotel on the mainland of the United Established *' jenrn.ESTABLISHED .
right. The fellows who laughed at the committee worked like Trojans StateA. Open all the year. Situated on BUcayne Bay, at Cocoanut Grove, you also. Give us a trial shipment.
tbfi done Noah Fla. Finest climate In the State. Hunting FUliing. floating. Headquartersof .. .
advertising by got
to insure the Carnival's success! Blsoayne Bay Yacht Club. Rendezvous of sportsmen and yachtsmen .In
t drowned, and it served them right, ind they came out the victor.. Th .Biscayne Bay. Write for terms and Illustrated booklet. 1870.

Ever since Noah's time the,hustling Hate; of Florida never experienced O. (I'. SCHNEIDER A SOX: Proprietors

advertiser has been prospering,, anything like it before, and the ADroCATB ------ ------- -_._._ -----_._._- -- ----
while the other fellow Is being is confident that the mem. WEST PAM BEACH M. Lane & Son

swallowed up in the Hood of disaster >ers of the Carnival Association ,

and goes around with a long fill receive that praise to which

face." Nevertheless!, our readers hey are justly due. Hotel "The Palms"WE8T 250 WASHINGTON: STREET, NEW YORK.

should not fail to make a note ol Jacksonville has furnished the PALM BEACH, FLA.

the live up-to-date merchants whose beet season of amusement the State Southern Fruit and Produi

ads. will be found in the column has ever known, and we join with A home-like hotel, well appointed, giving the comfort. without the cost of

of the ADVOCATE.: OatS of other East Coasters in the more expensive ones. Fronting on beautiful I.ake.orth., opposite the
Royal Polnclana Hotel. White waltree and cook from White Mountain\ ts.
--- endering a vote of thanks to the Electric light and bell. Culilne the very beat. Katen, *:} to $3 per day. o or.n.JO.issioc.:: :; : :IMIetohan: :

THE annual meeting of the In. nergetio committee, who brought Special by the week. Address, "TilE PALMS," Wet Palm Beach, Fla

dlan River and Luke Worth Pineapple the affair to so successful an Issue. ___ .. .. h'_ _. _. ._. .. '_' __ FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
Growers' Association will Everybody with whom we have con-

take place at Jensen on Wednesday ersed said they were 'delighted : Card and our quotations furnished on appiIcat4'flM&BOT
next, the 18th instant! This Is always with the Carnival and the good The Buffalo Gasoline Motor

a meeting of much Interest top ime they had while in Jacksonville

the residents of the East Coast and Hurrah for Jacksonville. :
we suggest that the secretary In 1904 Model M. ,

future, be good enough to give it _
THE recent lad) death of Mrs. .
b;. every publicity through the columns Emma Booth-Tucker, head of the With All the Latest Improvements 110 Murray Street and 16U West Street, NEW TORK.
of the East Coast press. An association -
alvation in the United

that disposes of 450,000 ::!tates, is much Army deplored. Sh. wad __j i_ Will Soon Be Reedy Fruit Merc
crates of pineapples in one season, and did much to and Produce Commission
certainly deserves all the publicityit a good woman, 2>,, 5.7)r, 10, 15: 20, 23 anti 40hone
alleviate distress, and reform people '
; can get. As there will, we are irL power.
of questionable character.
told, be several matters of interest % SPECIALTIES :
L _,. Several In Second
Bargain Hand
brought for discussion it behooves -
Theta !. no cough medicine 10 popur Motor. Florida Pineapples Oranges ]
every pineapple grower M Foley's Honey and Tar. It con- I ,
along the East Coast to be present talo. no opiate* or poison and never
Ceo. R. Wallace Agt. West Palm BeaCh. .
.ml Jensen on the above date. talll to cur... Sold by WlUoo & ::;OD. I Extra Early Beans and Vegetables.EA




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Jensen. Tibbals.Arthur GEORO MARX. f OHN MARX.
I Melbourne. .

,_ I 1VI.A. <>S.
aie scarce and prices are Saeger of Ankona dined with : .
good.J. Mr. and Mis. Harry Jennings Sunday. :SJP Subscriptions for tho ADVOCATK,
the pink pnpur of tho East Coast will be
G. Jensen, of Ashovllle, N. C., was Rev. and Mrs. Sawyer spent Wednes received at the Melbourne Po toffice. WHOLESALE GROCERS
..+TON In town for a few hours this week.
", :Yt +w+, day In exhausting a long visiting list ,

YUUft There are quite a few of our townsmenwho among: the former parlshouois at An- RirHARD W GOODK.-Real J..tatol.ntar1 I
are away at court at Titusvtlle this kona and Eldred. I'nbllo and C'onvffvanrer. Agent fur ..KtiiALdTvrtNiul Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
and Ixnuloniuul.(neh..ltsrttonl 1 anti
week. ..
ICE B1ULIjrUSlNG! Mr. and Mrs. 0. S.: Pomeroy with their Pm.idenre. WaMilngton; Fire Inimrniu'a (..mpanics .
1 two Special attention paid u the Interests
We aro pleased to see Miss Orrel, of children Margaret and Harold, came ot nou .
AIGERVD White City visiting among her lends from Eldred, Friday afternoon, thereby :.resmdnjteDR : Corner Bay anti Julia St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

In Jensen. surprising the Inmates of Uoiilab cottage T.. A. .'It 11:rnvNiciAN AxnKrslilemn' "ItJeRK".
and Linwood. They came down the IIt..1 loon rn... At Eau: Uallle, every
pineapple growers are busy rebuilding river In their new sreol row boat making alMriMxm. FEED.
their sheds that the Septembergale the seven miles in about an hour, which '

$P prOotus ons COD ere tore down for them. shows that Mr. Pomeroy is an export In Miss Ham of Malabar, was In Melbourne PURINA FEED.OUR SPECIALTY. e ,

I cheat cleaner. The cool and pleasant weather Is very manipulating the oars, also that the Tuesday :Seed: ]Potatoes Seed Peanuts and Cow roan In season.
Ice agreeably accepted by all who have ape small crnft Is easily managed. When John Shave, of Eau Gallie sleu'SlIn.
rite or bouhtet to agent the long weary summer on the beautiful leaving home the day was most beautiful day evening In Melbourne I.t1T"We: solicit consignment of Fruits and Vegetables.

WAITON.TfNSV UE Indian River but before reaching their destination Miss Helen Miller down from _________n_ __ _____ ___ ____ ____. .,__ If
p G the wind commenced its antics, much to came
Geo. E. Coon and Mr. Arnett have returned the dismay of the occupants of the little Cocoa Friday to visit her slater Mrs L
Eau Gallie.
from their trip to Jacksonville skiff, and as they perceived the danger, A. Peek. -

-- They report bVlnhad/ a good time and which was most Imminent, put In short Dr. L. A. Peek, Messrs.' 0. M. Brown -

Stuart. speak the highly of the kind treatment at as rapidly as possible very glad to place and Charlie Oslin enjoyed the Jackson Eau Onllle In filling up with the usual

metropolis. their feet on terra firma. The weather vllle Carnival quota of Northern guests.
Our roads clerk took a hand In proceedings, so that
county aro getting some bad
boles In the th. when the time arrived for their departure Mrs. E, Williams returned Tuesday Dr. B. F. Brown was time guest; of Mr.
tuts, make driving not has, deputed Mriltt for Island.bis plan- too )pleiiKHut for the tender feeling of the elements were stilled, and they from Eau Oallie where she has spent thepast and Mrs. J. E. M. Hodgson on :Sunday :'
Lou" 's >" returned to their home three weeks.
jt some (.f ua. We trust our county daddies in comfort and last.Dr. "

anl,! Mre.[ Rherr McPherson are will get to it soon.Dr. safety. .Master Fritz Hawk la again on the well l'eek, of Melbourne Is putting up I a
from 'heir snmm.+t's onling.HPIizei afternoon list and no doubt enjoys being able to an office and dwelling ou hlalot ou lllgl 2 4 t'm 4 e
uIn N. Me* 'Union wears a pleasant Thursday of last week five
.and I E.!: E Grimes were smile now. ns his daughter has uiiivet congenial spirits met for a jolly good join the boys in p'.ny.: land avenue

Inrwlit, ooIII't'U) \ ollr inerchautH. from New York tn spend tliewintei with time at the Club House. Nor were they Mrs. Geo. M. Brown has returnee Robert Mennel Is building a house OD 11
uriived Sunday, and I him and his amiable wlfo. We trust she disappointed, as a right good time was from her visit to Virginia. Her nephewcame the lot purohasod from K. :Splllor: on LOOK TO YOUR
t \iAitW'Hvl( [ I '' will enjoy pleasant wIntel's dtny. enjoyed. So many members were to be with her to spend the winter In Magnolia avenue EYES
Dlln: u fe" d..ys..n her 'I' away It was decided at a former meet- Melbourne, much to the delight of his If suffering from any eye defect or weak
R. K. Kicou A Sons have been very; ing that those remaining at home and relatives.Mr. Mr. Taylor and son, of Kenoaha, WIs.. sight call at my new well-appointed optical -

,,|nml Kitchlng' of Sebastian, was busy placing now aaaolene engines I In I wishing to keep open house should do arrived\ Monday and are domiciled at tin Institute. Special, complete louse

,out vlilim' here I this week return- their Huh boats making ready for the I so, by giving; a "surprise picnic." Each and Mrs. Henry Whiting arrived home of Major Jordan. il'lndlnouttl'//: In connection. dDa.

",'IQv.\ ..d season They are keeping up with, all lady to contribute something towards the from New York Saturday and were the The yawl Princess, Capt. Clomson, of E. U, ARMSTRONG\ !'
their dock modern Improvement, and will have picnic but to be unknowu to the others, guest of Dr. and Mrs. Peek until Sunday Taunton, Mans, owner. Is again In the 11 Laura St. Jaeklionvlhe.{ Fla. .
their share of the fortune. which would constitute the surprise when they went over to !Melbourne water and nearly completed "
'' bulkhead will be twice
nek. '"' The feast Beach to spend the winter there. ,
proved of
the old one. The bard rains that we had last: week delicious consisting The work on Dr. Wilds' boat U pro-
111 lIB did some damage: to the bean truckers tea, sandwiches salted peanuts and various The dance at Educational Hall last the "
greasing finely notwithstanding
i Jllrhaels: son and daughter, rela- causing an overflow and a loss of some kinds of cake. Riddles music and Friday! night, under the management of: showery weather. Tho vessel Is In Ilodg Rockledge.

Julm( Michaels, arrived Friday, small patches of beans, but the scarcity; flinch were the amusements. The affair the Ladies' Guild wall a great success son's yal'l.S. -
,reside|||. lu Stuart permanently, of bean seed Is playing more havoc to was voted to have been one of the best Mrs. Campbell, Miss! Hoke, Miss Brown t
The weather Is beautiful
sold dparlmont most and delightful
tins the
entertainments of the reason. Those the K. Watts grooory -
and Mr. John Nicholson furnished
this week looker the farmers than anything else.
down -
Walker was present were Mrs Henry Newton An. music A party consisting of tho Missus ot hid business to Mr.I BhUI thc'HO autumn days,
Interests. His
bu ineHS drews, Mrs' Harry Jennings Mrs Eliza Held who has Just opened up a new bus H. J. Rovslter
bad to back to thecoast Florence Hodgson, Wattle llayman, and wife write that they
brief at he get HE COULD HARDLY GET UP.-P.
Inoss In Eau Gallic.
where be has a large force of Jane Luce Mrs Leicester Jothum Maw- !Stella: Shave, ,Saddle Snell, Willie King; expect( to reach Kooklodge about the:'JOth.!
H. of III. "ThisIs !
to Duffy Ashley writes
Mrs John Thomas Waters and their
yer Messrs. Ernest Taylor, Claude Edge O. R. E. Minis, of Uouavonture was in
oranges. to that I have taken two bob The are coloring nicely
picking certify mascot Miss JeannotThomaslne Waters. oranges up very
M. Budd John and Fred Shave were Uallle the
Tuesday Inspecting
tles of Cure and It has and a number of boxes .
Foley's Kidney are being slippeal.
,iod lira. Chas. Oalllgber, of Carlo, down from Eau Gallle and Misses Ham schools. Mr. Mima lit IndefatigableJn t
arents of Mr. Fred Galllgher who helped me more than any other medicine ANXIOUS MOl'tlENTS.-Some of the Farley and Comstock from Malabar anti! pushing on all our educltt.loDltlluh'lolltl ) ,

,j hit whiter at Stuart, are expect- I tried many advertised remedies, but most anxious hours of a mother's life Mr. Christonson from Jrant. and Is the light man In the right place. S. H. Peck and family arrived at theIMazn t

iirlve here In a few days on a visit none of them gave; me any relief. My aro those when the little ones of the ------- on Monday and are busy preparing I''
aDd Mis. J. C. Hancock. druggist recommended Foley's Kidney; household have the There is no Pr. O. de U. Schuyler: Is now settle to open for the season ':\
Cure and it has cured mo. Before corn cioup.) A POLICEMAN'S TESTIMONV. In the North cottage of the Gllbeit row
nnrailoie Bessey arrived Sunday menclng its use I was in such a shape other medicine no effective In this terrl N. Patterson, night policeman of Nashua and has been doing some good work. W. ,1. Duncan, a Now YOlk Commission ,t

bit umnier's vacation, which he that I could 1 hardly get; up when once ble Is malady household an )Foley's Honey and Tar la., writes "Last winter I had a 1>1', Sarah: C. Hodgson U ales In Eau: man, ainlved Monday .and. Is tile .h
It a favorite for throat and
lisltlnit relatives at Oberlln Ohio.l'omll1udore down." !Sold by B. I:. Wilson & Son. troubles and bad cold on my lungs and tried at least a Oalllo. With these physicians we are guest( of II. H. Williams. i
lung ax it contain
no opiates
i Is in excellent health, or other poisons It can be safely half dozen advertised cough medicines ready for any Ills that may befall us. Mrs. 11:. %V, Hclmylor, of Malabar who
rew quite stout while away. and had treatment from two '
Eden. given. Sold by B. R. Wilson & :Sou. physician' Mr. and Mrs. C. W. MoNabb and Mr. has been visiting her daughter Mrs J.
lung fUl' sheephead is still good at ---- without getting; any benefit. A friend and Mrs Clans; Suodgrass and duughte I E. lleltlcr, returned home Monday,

illioail bridge with rod and reel. White and recommended two thirds Koley's of a bottle Honey cured and me.Tai J I are ezpoctnd( tills week from Youngstown I II I Itev. H. I.. Mully of Baltimore, Is expected "

role loiml fishermen are hanging Garden truckers now busy planting City.Last consider It the greatest cough and lung U. Thl party of guests were to reach Hookletlgo for an ap
boats Installing motors former winter resident of Kuu Oallla '
painting beans. pointment tho :2Jnd. :! of November
medicine In the woild. Sold by B. UWilaon .
life In Pilot
wbnuliug gear so and will receive u hearty welcome on
it quite atienuous. Mrs, X. Saunders has sold her fishing; Saturday and !Sunday: our town A son, Tltusvllle.\ their aritval. Miss Cornelia Magruder has accepteda

outfit to the Indian River Fish Co. Mr was deluged with heavy rain and winds. ----- )position as stenographer with a I"W'l'
mil Mm.Hancock,Miss Amy Kitcb- Leonard has charge of the business. Capt and Mm. Colby and Miss Klemer IIrm In Valdosta Ua., where she went I 0(1 i
;dN <, Jones visited the Tyndall Some very Important business will be Georgiana. returned from Tltusvllle ou Tuesda; lust week. (

. and Mr. Twlcuell's plantation, Mrs. Schroeder of Fort Pierce, sent brought before the club Saturday night. last In Capt.) Colby's yacht, the 1'lnta The attendance at the chapel .I
y.Kolug ID the launch Egypt. From Mrs. John Miller present on Mondaya Everyone should attend The vessel cams down under her own meeting {p

umber of the finny tribe which they tine Brahma hen and eight chickens. Miss Lizzie Benson has returned from C. I). Provost returned from Jacksonville power, the wind being so light the can- service last Sunday will be evening held next wall( Sunday: quite evening good; u '.,'
-J, Calling must have been good. on Thursday of last week. vase could not bit used. This yacht III .\
where she week '
Miss Lillian Milton will make herhome Jacksonville spent a at 0.IO:; () p. m. ,
0.Poppelton and Wm. D. McFar- with Mrs. Webster this winter, In with her friend, Mrs. John Oleson. A. 1) Carter wont to Tltusvllle, Mon. one of the roomiest and best appointee Miss. M. G. Williams expects to leave -'
vessels tho East Coast of Florida.
iiirted t out bright and early Monlorniiij order to attend school while her parents I, M L. Yarn of liartow, was here last day He was summoned as a juror on for Ouanahaooa, Cuba In a few days to j'

} aboard the launch Thelmatwo are gone. Friday and Saturday, looking after his A. I). Carter has just finished a dock Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and daughter. enter upon her work which she wee on- ,

months' cruise between this Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Wolfe and family nursery stock on the Hardee place throe hundred feet long for E, V Hall Menial, of Chicago( have leased the Colby galelln during last year ,
and Key \Vest. Good luck to you. cottage for time winter months and are I
"''peyon, > will be blessed with good returned last Tuemlay.' They are all We have had all the rain we need for F. W. Manson had recovered sufficiently expected shortly to take possession. Mr. Messis Andrew llenrdsley and Loon.I,

''I1r, looking; well. Their outing seems to some time, It having raiued almost six 1 to be able to Nib up an hour or two on Wilson and family have many friends In ard Alken, who have been oonuncted I

t; week we forgot to mention the have agreed; with them. teen h"UI'1IIttul..I.IY: night and Sunday.Some Monday.Mrs. Eau (Oalllo they lialug spent several with tho service of the New Kockledge .1

ins miga number, of friends of Mrs.' J. II. LeTourneati Is enjoying of our people were very much DeVoe !Hams and little daughter seasons with lisa few years ngo. Mlsi hotel for several years came ou Sunday
udMra, Harry W. Richards called herself with friends In Boston The disappointed, Sunday morning on account May were visiting "Grandma" Bower Wilson Is a promloentsoolety lady of the and they expect Ill r. Horace Shares, ''I
proprietor, here In two weeks.
um and, K.IVO 'them a surprise party, pretty postal cards. addressed to Eden of the rain: they having mado arrangements '- last week. "Windy City. I

'until ot the tiny: being their crystal from there, testify to that fact / to attend the Baptist" church Miss Hattio Bower a pleasant Tho E. U. I.. Society meeting In the for the last two or three week theomnge '

aft day Hairy says they had lots Mr. Stokes will have t-> have an addition at )Fort 1'iuice, but of course the rain week visiting among! spent fiiondslu very Hock- Baptist church Tuesday night, brought growers and farmers! In /Month :

i,and that now they are well sup- built' on our school wagon, as it In prevented. ledge, returning home several days ngo. out all the citizens who could possibly." Hookledgn have been annoyed and rooted sad! I
with ""TVNtill. their gardens and truck eaten ami
fairly running over with children now, A. J. Legg; was out. hare 11 few days attend Mr, I lain lit was In the chair
thermometer registered: M() Wednuiruing. and mote are coming In all the time. ago looking/ over his place. He contemplates A. L. limner and family and Mini The program was long and Interesting; up) by hogs that are at Urge along the .'
' which Is just aboutwe Mattie O'Neal were calling on friends many of the schools children being partlolpauts. river. There should .bu a law provided
about live and
like to have It through; ther. Mrs. C. A. Robinson entertained; the clearing and acres more and relatives: In the north end of town The Eau' Gallic Quartette also I. hat I wheu hogs come In on truckers and
out trues pineapples '
Social Club on Friday. The attendance xettlug orange afternoon. destroy their he might kill them,
. Sunday crops
Ot course, we pity our friends lie has about five acres now under cultivation gave a couple of, selections which received
was good and so were the refreshments, but must the owner! the market value ']"I
north pay
deserved enchore The
where It Is cold and Quartette
getting of the ] evening and wlJl set a number of orange Peter Wlttfeld was thrown out of the the
to nothing pleasant of hogs.
wild idvlHe them to start southTliesuQHcts say host and hostess trees this. winter. wagon/ Sunday. The hind wheel ran at present, Is composed of tin
with the genial
wo are now having over his body, and limbs bruising him Misses Hodgson and MoMllhtn aiiif
'npl> grand.MCW'bnney. R. R. Rlccou and family, Prof. Bou- Sunday afternoon, Mr. Howard tied up pretty badly. Fortunately no bones Messrs. Gilbert and Ilalght with Mrs Indianola. 1!
) tulle Mis Jones and Mis. John Miller his borne to a tree, where there was broken. Ilalghl as accompanist, M I'll. Davis also
our station agent: hade ....' and the horse In were .I
good trying
and family spent Saturday at Gilbert some .11. !gave( a very pleasing. recitation whlcl ,
, with a monster sea bass a few Bar Inlet.] They all enjoyed the day and to get at It threw himself breaking both The property known as the ""totbftrII was encbored. bliss Stella Shave alsogave Fred 0, Humphry came over from Cocoa -
go! which he won't forget for sev- the shafts lu such a that It all" has been sold and William
are duly grateful to Mr. Klccou for the wagon way place, a reading. to spend Sunday at \home. !
ys. When Clarence goes fishing was Impossible to repair them. Wlttfeld and family who have been living
* with blood In his eye, and on there about a year, moved Tuesday, The ADVOCATE still holds It own as i I
'amino he was. spying around the treat.We bear with deep regret of the deathof Ilermnn KeUter, of Virginia, is here Into the parsonage Not a Hick hay Hlm'c the largest newspaper In lIrovard couuty\ "
"''D the railroad when Baltimore. Mr. and visiting hU sister, Mrs. J. M. Orrell. His 1 taken rick with kidney I
bridge a mon- Mr. Krebs of : "I was severely -
'''a twin hove In sight. Clarence Mrs. Krebs spent several months In Eden sister, Mrs. O. Jo Emmanuel of St. Augustine J. W. limner was seen carrying a trouble. I tried all sorts of modi- J, It. Field Is making 'his first ship ''j!
1 Is also .iere. Mrs Emmanuel lesomewhataegnaintedhere. basket of the finest pineapples Monday ment of oranges this week He expttoM( \
blullear who 1
and lot it and friends .
l drive l last winter and made many fines, none of which relieved me. One .
, tlsit- that have been III town for day, to ship 1,0K( boxes of this ,
He the bereaved having many a oranges year
way water boiled and thee extend sincere sympathy to the day 1 saw IIn' AI of your Klectrlo: Hitters I
,' biinuon to the bridge you would family. ed her sister here about four years ago. lie Is shipping" ."me. and some of them and determined to try that. After takIng K. O. I'alnter of Jacksonville A. F. $ ,,

IhollllIt there WHS a tug boat one of While at the station the other morning Bold for f>,> per orate u few clones I felt relieved and soon Young and 1':. I'orcher wemeinspeot- t

"' ; but the disturbance did not last Capt. John Miller Sound and a crew Tuesday men to Mr. Oriel's home bnoametightened, There seems to be an epidemic of sorehead thereafter wns entirely oared' and have lug some ol the orange glove In this.vlclnliy \1

u the line oml )parted, and there started for Hobo !: there.on He had four broke a trace and some other harness' among the chickens. One /guod not seen. a sick day >ln<:e. Neighbors ol ]last' Monday, ,

t lea bass in the St. Lucie with akar work on the wreck Maud ;Miller Geo. letting the shafts drop which made I It rubbing with Mexican Mustang Liniment mine have been mired of rheumatism John I.. Crawford Is having shell
the ,
it, IIIH hack. boats In his fleet' launch sail boat and a Impossible to keep him In the road, but usually effects a cure. We never use tixuralirla, liver and kidney roubles andftuncral ;] walks laid all around the house and j'

Saunders' little a after dancing around Mr. Robinson's anything else, and have been In the poultry di-Mllty." This Is what II. K.HUSK grounds which will. add very l much to I

1'1 Bane! and Tar for coughs and large row boat. pineapple field a little he was !gotten under business for twenty !ears. We seldom of Fremont, N. C., writes. Only the already tine appearance of the place. I

wublo, tried and tested safe and control, with no more d"mage.PJIYlICIAN have to give a second application. SOc, at all tim'aiggists. '
bolo l b B, FREE Knowing whAt It was to Buffer, Mr. and Mrs. If, Hnnderson, of Soran ff.
y H. Wilson A Son. -- m ,
I will give FIEE OF CHARGE, to any !: PRESCRIBED IT.- MAX A O EH: WANTED In this county ton, I'li. arrived last Muturday. Mr.

afflicted a positive cure for Eczema,Salt Many broad-minded, physicians pre"crlbeFoley' South Rockledge.There sod HdJoining territory, to represent and inndrrnon Is busy !getting material and
Fort Piles and :Skin dis [umber on the ground for their newhouse.
Pierce. Erysipelas,
Rheum, Don't.uffer longer Honey and Tart as they have nev- advertise an old established! business The contractor, who has the .
eases. Instant relief. er found 10 safe and reliable! a remedyFor hflule of solid financial standing Mslarytt ,
In will arrive this week
,\ write F.! W. Williams, 4OO ManhattanAve. throat and lung troubles a* this great are a great; many applicationsfor .; \ weekly, with $:.1 per day fr>reaJlonlllll building charge

Iton Weithcrwax, left Thursday night ., Now York medicine. Sold by B. R. Wilson 4 Hon. bouses to rent this winter 'maid each Monday by check direct from George Hweeney and Mary A. Harltk- I

1( deliver a lecture. Mr. J. E. Bettter and her mother iea<|uarters. V-JIt'nllflll( advanced, and man were married at Jacksonville on i
,"cro. horse and buggy furnished' when necessary Thursday morning, Nov 6th. Mr and ..
are atlont of a wedding the Viking. Mr*, bchuyler: were visiting Mrs. J. W.
aura I wonder who it Isf Cocoa.The Naylor on Sunday. ; position permiiii.,nt. Add res presl Irs. Sweeney are In Indianola on a short .
dent, film) Monon Building, Chicago IIIUHKVAtlll visit to Mr. and Mrs. O. W, Hcbujlar/
ZonPt'. ; | <1 held services In the Tierce Don't forget/ the fact that the ADVO As Mrs Sweeney spent last winter In In- i f'''
'bllr'b' last Sunday morningT"ckor Mrs. Nelson made a trip to Fort Cocoa school haa one hundred and CATS!: does all kinds of job work-neatly, lOt/'NTV' TIUOAIJII&fW"8TATI'MEl'iIT dlanola, she dons not come. a stranger t :

ming. on Saturday.The eight pupils enrolled. cheaply and eipedltlousljr.Mr. : to a strange land, hut to friends who ,

.w.hJ returned lallt Thurabt ADVOCATE would like to sees 'rbe young people of Cocoa enjoyed a and Mrs. A. L. Avert 1 1 were pleasant : le"rnello esteem her highly during her

: lummer'lI vllliG North with! few more subscribers from this place. ,chicken fry at Dr. Scolleld's pavilion In callers upon Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Io..nber 1st, IIM3.Balann I lay among them.WEATHER.
eauhoii haml.Ool.. lmkr7,550: 4.1
There Is some talk of us getting! a North Cocoa one day Ust week.A. lireese and Mr. and Mr*. Salmon on Sun- Amount* rw.l..a in Ocs. lutw. .. .. 9,041113 I'I

' tiara:j 'Ball<, left last Sunday for church here. We hope It will be a reality G. )'"wel'll, who ba resided in Cocoa day. Total .....,..... ........ ... .. "IU/U'l-: fMI REPORT.
,,hj'n peud the winter with for some time has purchased a placeat Those of our resident wbo went to Less warranan (If!&. Vim,
"etananUter-in-law. and Mrs. Daniels, of Milieu, Gad Fort Pierce, where he has moved his the Jacksonville Carnival', have returned and it..ll..rwl tn County Oiumu.lonl Hy n...,. Jss.. If. White, observer fur
' Mr. ant cllQ,1 l Jlmtril... .... .... ., .... III$$ 11II
''li't'k: wn* who were lucky enough arrived here Thursday. They family and will make his borne. safe aDd sound, and speak la blgbeit Weather Bureau, U. S. Government.

IBM,.e,' arnlval last week report making this their borne. Messrs. M. Weinberg J. C. Shaw O. terms of It.Edmund. Balancw on ban Nov.Indiana ." ... s,! mnaAB / SUMMARY ron OCTOIIBK 1XKJ.

most enjoyable time. Mr. Helseth has a man busy chopping K. Keyer Walter Hatter, J. R. Mlot and Day' new boathouse I. com- ,V> SttAICB IS AS pom.I.owt; Highest: temperature on the 1st. 87.0
Jebolhgs and family IIOClm- wood to use this coming winter In theprotection ,others from Indiaoola attended the Jacksonville >leted, and I.I a pretty and convenient l Hut Lowest '' 2.5th. 50.0
by Mrm ke- 8a" 1' plantation, for the 1 Carnival last week. They..- building! ; and the breakwater U large n'f/ : :: irtll1r t., attachail Mean for the month. . 73.9
1 bop I ? pineapple having bad a gjod time. and substantial.E. u, monthly sport awl !... .Average mean for 22: year . 73.0
ucsday visiting out T- of the pines. J port chock not pmwntoil.. .... ,8OIJ 4IS I 1II"'letlt" .. 10 1 lSI2! 79.O
llaptll' VU. Ruth Ilardee. who ban been at A. Ilartwell and hi* two charming SALAHCM acLoiroixo TO BAOII 'tllD ". rot- I'.owed" .. r. "10 J&lO. ." 72.7'

D d5'r I Association met here last Disastrous Wrecks. lendersonville., N. C., reached Cocoa daughters, the Misses Florence and May, County R v.nn>-Oonoral Lows ruml.I |I/M :* J Rainfall In Inches . . 0)4Average
r">'111. were represented by Carelessness Is responsible for many a Saturday, and Is busy preparing for the were calling upon Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kiwi .. :: voce very enjoyable services wreck and the same causes areking borne coming of ber mother and sister Averill and Mr, B. L. Johnson on Tues- = rend .. ..." '' lisa (realest II In J8110. :n.8$
rail rend.; .. '
rtn and rorreltur 4,.s) MM
and who
who has been so HI da ..
fromStoLt ,
sufferer Miss Grace "
1ac' human wrecks of rcwlln PHwnMin rnml .. *11I ss Least lo 1BSo. 1.3.1
'I\, o Ii F Brown will hold ser- /and lung troubles. But since the will return borne a* soon tut she is able. ap.e... Ittmd I'nDoI.. d.wIst.ra. I .... i'revalllng[ direction of wind NE
?. And". ," schurchSunday even- of Dr. Klog'. New Discovery for ---- Doesn't Kespect Old Age. N w u N I... ... 107 15N dumber! of clear day*. 22:

aatu; *' ; '::10 p. m. All are cor" advent consumption coulhs aDd colds even the A Itunuway IHcycle. It'* shameful when youth fall to M- :: :: :: :: :: 4>,::::::::i,1so : .. fair 7 ;
snJ hopeless a N N N N e .,., "
be cured 77 00 cloudy" . 2
can '
wont oases Terminated with an ugly eat on the show respect for oid but
3r.. proper age, Property of ItMwaMd Persons rand.o SO
atlon II no lODger Dece."ry. Grove Ill.It la the of Dr. ... .. :::: .ri I. day with rain. . IJ
re l one leg of J. B. Orner Franklin jams the contrary ease (; ntyAhnol -U Mral ruiwlp ... 47Mm
I nelTeD of Flncb, Ark., writes Lola Cragg, of Dorche.ter. } developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding Clog'. New life Pill.*. They eat off ..clml Tall School Ul.'.;(n.t. let OO '* day with thunder :aiJlland
10 report whose life was saved by % N o N1.... .... .. 1142511[ Home, Merrltt Island Via..
II cored that Foley'* Kidney of many This great rem to doctor and remedies for four years. maladies no matter bow severe aDd Irrepectlve M N x a .53. 11444
a terrible case of kidney Klog' New Discovery aDd aD Then Bocklen's: Arnica Salve cured. It of old *>g*. Dyspepsia l jaundice -
' er trouble that two doctor : lor all throat 61JC,and I. just a* food for barns, scald, skin fever constipation all yield to this .I MM 40 rr OLD NEWSPAPERS: For Sale,

'illay-op....e. Sold by B. R. Wilson A $1,00.diseases Trial by all bottle; Price eruptions aad pile. 22o at all druggist. perfect pilL 2&e: at all drag .tore Joan Usjisr, Coaour Trasssrar. C Cb.sp, at this oalce.FCAST !J





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I Free and HOW; TO GET GOOD ROADS. Florida East Coast Ry.j ]

J Accented Masons. Envmlra of Mad Bteoald Unite !. .

I'mmpmlicn For I'rlnrlpl. LOCALTIME CARD No. 49. Corrected to Oct. Ji
One treat reason for the prevalence Io,1 I

--j No. 00Titusvllle of bad roods throughout the United lOUT""UND-READ DOWN. NOAINe
Indian _
and united -- -- OuNOAEAp
Rtateit I In lark of agreement
I No. liB No.IS "
the advocate of Im STATIONS. T-
River action among/ I Daily. I Dilly ." i8 y fY
provement. Everybody prefer good y I'Iliy.

Lcxlge. / -V \ Florida. roads to had. Everybody knows that a iS p0 p a s 40 a Lv................JaekeonvtlleI . '). ::-.
Friday the : .IIOal'.t. .. ............ .. .9oJaeks.nvtil.. .......;. ", ''' C0
iwnnnd anil the roads be L.
the con Improved only by .
Hilda lu nmotmiTK River .106610 .. ...... .......:.S..AulfU..r.1n... ... ... ... 4C1
of ""rh mo.itb, a' thulr mom, Indian expenditure of money nnd labor.) But 'Yf ? '1 .1 IiI Wla .. ............... ..... .... .. I. : ',, ; :
Hotel TitoHie, at T:3: u'olurk p. m.. here the agreement; ends. There In a L 4 i 711_ _v ell 4l a .. .. .. .,.R. Palatka.. .... ... a C7a I
J. rarrnthvrn Wornhlpfnl Miwt.r.T. ill'" ODp "1fl P Ar.. .. .? ... ... .....Yrtatkr.. ... .. I' tlx f11,
H. rt ii""'",Junior Honlor Warden.J. Warden' great variety of Idea and schemes for cyrh f! sI46 1110aLv .. ... .. .....Palstka .. '" L'I-A' "- ','S10'
H. M W., HUon Cnrriill Tr.a..iir r.IT. curing the denlri-d, objet. There In o f'30 51 ..... "r..I:1.: ... .Jall.",... .. ... LI; I ,-letel !!
A Morgan Hoor u '". no end of discussion, but very little lit LI i .. .. I" 8 to a Ln .......... ..... ".llI1"t.... .. ... ..... A-, : .
H. F.:Drown Chaplain. nfconipllnlieil.. Some people would rather a mrp' fiu p Lv.. ......... .... eoca. ...... .. .. .. L, 1307
J. R. Walker, Honlor TMneon. I: r.Upf1230p .. ..................BunnMts........ ... .. '. "" ,1141'
P. W Kolmrtn. Junior IXiiirim.K. travel' through mud than Save the .... .aaopouup. ..... ............ .lIl1pont.. .... ........... .19 p..
M. Taylor, Bflnlor Htewar.l. roads Improved by any other plan than url : 111 .tSSpe114P ..... ..'Ormnd. ........ ........ : ;" 'lllpiA :'
i r. A. txmlny, .fnnlnr Swward. e .08p.lI1p..D....... .. .. .,'...... .. ............. .- : 131'C .
M. K.>: KiiKllnh: Tyler.CARE their own "pet scheme Thud road .s e 0 21 p.l 3.1' ..................'Purt Orange.............. .! .I.. ,; ; iPI
reformer themselves sometimes actually 1 e: a .lWp..O'p..N..w IIlIIy.iI&: .... ... ... . : ; :
--oc a e t'f: : rloltpeOfeP. ................ ... .Oak 11111. .. .... .. .. .. -. i :}.Vii'S
hinder the cause to which they are ..100Gp. 6 144 p ......... ... ........ T1n.evdle .. ... .. ..... .. I. : +
OF DIJIT) JIOADS .. ........ .. i iiiPI
devoted.If e e :1 ao p. S 33 V. ...... loon ''
-I fUtOpf t 35 p ....................R.iekledge .............. : .; -i113p'
the ronclH of this country are to be ': 'it. 1.1ae405p... ................J!).." Onlll............ ... i', :
i made good within the lifetime of the 7 : : .1* .. .. t Up ................. ..:lI..IOOl1rue... ..... ....... ..I I. -l2GSI I i
A. MISSOURI FARMER'S PLAN FOR j a. ,,1 011 a ill t Up ....... .......... .. .. ; "
THEIR IMPROVEMENT. present generation It is high time the a :; .............. ...!. .. ... .. .... .. .I":. ". 1 1Afai
A advocate of good road. should unitein : ,1I..8np.t.1'1.; ..... ....... ..... :
,2FTf r allat613p..............'rni.Je ... ... .... ,'11 tau.. 21:1:
support of a few general pro'lO"I.UOII" .. ........ ...... :. ,
f048aa017p .. Eden!: ... ..... .. .. 11 .
C )IUM Kept In Hplendl.i"' Condition All and go to work in favor of a general Tri-Weekly Sailings "i s- .1 4ttae011p .. ................Jenaen....... .. .. ....'.. : :;: weao'
... ........ ..... ... .. ,1-1'- ,
f lilli/a. 31 ...
Around b I ... ..< I).... e p. .ltI'.rt. !r.l I
the Year r a plan. It a national good made ; ....... .... ..... : ..
:: f. 11I110 f e 87 n Robe Monnd ... .... .. rle y .
How Then. lll,,li....or IlulMvm Are movement. ever' get started nothing NEW YORK. : -as4Naii 11 p ................ West Jupiter.... .. .. :c ,4a ; 't i
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and u'' e a 0e s e 7 U p ......... ... .. ."d. 1&
can stop It. It will sweep everything .. ': tll6..13p. ,a.......... ... .B..yn&OD. .. .. .. .. .. 3j J 1 : ',
f 1l1sollrl hall dlnoovennl that it is the before It. But the difflrnlty I Is .to getIt i: p S5014aaS21p ..... ...... ... Delray .. ....... 1- ;;
ntnrted. at Charleston, both ways) W .801 a. 807 p ......... .FLauderdale.} .............. '. a ji 2 ,, :
care that In given to dirt roads lifter ., :- f6na.828p"..,............ Hllandale.. ... .. ...... .. g e ill j
One great advantage poHe'Hed by FulleCalling the Service a A 811010.8 t7 p .. .... .......Lel1lon City .. .. .. n
they are rondo that determines whether the national aid plan which 1* now becoming The in Coastwise ii .... .. .... .. .....Mlaml .. .. r 'O::0 ." 1< 'ia If

,Cll1t rondo. may bo good roncln. The BO popular, is that It Is general SCHFoDULES OF BRANCH LIN S.

dbcovery was mnde In a very IIll11rle'rr1)'UJnf'r Instead of sectional or local. It 1* The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

)' flu not forth in a bulletin/ that a* broad n.* the whole country. It can Direct Service Between BANFORD BRANOH. ORANGE OITY IUUNCILS.

the :MlMHourl board of nfrrlrulture la bring Into IIRI'n(1I1101114lnltf'd action Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. o. .u.,ION s. No.l Nii':' .T 1 NoT --buflov i No,'"
distributing among the farmer of the the friend of good roads in every ,. Dl Daily: Dall, D..lly + _. a-u
state and It Is the only plan yet (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) T06a r......... Tltns.l' ls..., ..Ari'13 ti0p, --
Rtate. After tin; muno experience with pro . '
f 7 III a L.. ..... .l>Ilm.A. 111Vp e300p'1010sLv N. 8m .
rrfiula flint other "tntcH have had, good posed that can do thl*. I .... ... .. .. .SEMI-WEEKLY.!:. .... 8AILWG8loiithhounrt .. ..: .from I. wU Wharf Morton t'8113.1.0./ ."""........ .. Afll :jIl&. e 3 44p I all I.'Ly' Laok"H.rna. ', l, ''l 110p
.... .
{ a little while and then bud H long Tlui friend. of national aid will makea onhlMiimil__. .. ...... .... ... . ....1 I rom foot "f CatUorlue Street, J...,k.on,illeClydo D80alr.8I16aly..Jt"le.prl.e._ ... 11. f .M' _.. .. ..Iv.A'.II IOIIO..4CO'.114 00. s363palt8i''Lv0'mg"r! "A'' 11.1', : \ 't,. .1 Sop SSn
mIstake If they undertake to work "- h
i while, it was suggested by some' one out detail In advance. They shouldgo St. Johns River Line.Dtillary No.23 No. Zl No 111 I i No.IT XATPORT file :8 fII" tot
that If fnrrni-r would keep up I I
every ,
to work for the general principleand a IInda.Sti"nday. Dall ,,1).Iy BRANOH I DM'v,'' Unir h
only. III .nl l, rx. "'11'
th/ road 'running pant Ids own farm ? .
leave detail to bo worked out ( Line.) -

aU tlio roads, would. noon be In good later. This was the plan of action BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. a000p.L0onae0301sstiatv.! ......_ .Jwk.nv0...... ..Ara. '. ,", 1=7
a .oa\lMI01'l.'SOI..858..L..80J.atk..ftriJl......... lr .... .. '. .
(caatdltlon at very little cost to OilY Gladstone. When his rrancln, 1I".fo..1"Lanu. And iiiteruiedlal*land / :: ?
adopted by opponent lltol'l.lnlt'. at Palatka Actor, St. ( ) aI40'.10444 I10v 9taaLr.P.hlpStue.': .?. .. ... :.J i ::0'
tody. nuked for detail of any great luK" on tau Mt.Jonn'i' Kl,,,r.STEAMEK f..OPlfl0M..f415pr91."I.r.. ..... ._!II..II.B..II.... .. .Y ... ... a\\1
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thin "CITY OF .JACKSONVILLE. S 00 p ell t. .ltOp.t6U. .aayp.r ; ,
One of the farmers to act upon 10"
reform which he advocated Gladstone ___ :: ___
I'IIQtl/e"UOII' /: wan IV.. King of :Malt wotfkl answer "There will be time IS AI'I'OI.NTEU TO SAIL AS JTOLLUWS: These. allow die tlm.. at whlcb train. D... \Is..v. '",. "'d a' i
lapd who with sumo ingenuity net ----NorthIkeudHeart from the several utatlom, but their. rival -u-purtaro at the .1 i.n.s. ,n.."i ? : :'lrl
; enough to I work out the detail when lI..nlh.II."n.1 ,. .. .. .
SCIIEUI'LE 1-.1 wp, nor does the Company hold Itself regponalble for an delivy' or :vnr<"n,1.,..
at )ut making a Unix for hlmwlf. and we get the power" The advocate' of .hwlI. t frotn. ti
u'.T:::. Arrive :l 00 a. Iu
Leave a au
It In thin drug that Ifl the subject of national aid will do well to emulate Leave 11411 p.l I" UI .. ...... .. .. .... .. ...... ... ...... .. ...... !rave II 00 p. m.

the Hate tmurd'H bulletin. TUo bul- tho example of this great Kngllnh Leave Leave : :30 rat :: nn u': :.::: .:: :::' : :::.:;::.ML. : Astor Fmnola":.::::::'..":.:::: :, :,: Leave Leave 9 1 art in p p., m ill.( KEY WEST AND HAVANAPENINSULAR

letin describes It nit follow: statesman They should orgnnleo Leave ...... . ... .l "Tlio road drug In very dimply con- everywhere and fight for the principle Arrive 830.. m. .. ........ .. ....... Sanford .... .. .. .. ..... ..Leave 8 3044 m.Gen'I .. OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA!
fttnic( ">d. It 1 III compoHcd of two split leaving details to be worked out In CommencingSeptember----... .- -SO,-.1003- .-- -
loge nine feet long, Joined together : duo Ume. i I PaSSenger and Ticket Office, 204 W: Ray St.: Jacksonville.F. SOUTH BOUND. NOR1H BOJNOALvfflwrlenoday.andWelneeday. : --- -

....... .11\ a L'Rsv.OaTh.rsd.JS
with abort rro""ph'f'II. After each rain I
M. Aunt. Oflii. fun* Ajtt. 1J04 Wear Mar Ht.,.laakstmvtlle I Fla. "" ,,.. t 15""p ['r Ke) We.Th" 'ttlt\ -
the road should bo gone over with the YOU KNOW WHAT YOU AICK TAKING W. O. CtXjPKR,Jr., Uxsal kri.Ant..lack.nnv/lle.: ; / O: P. Ij)VKrL, Snperlnt-mlent I JackaouvUlo.foot LT Kay West Wedneidari.... n .. t IS p Lr KIJVn' Mi, day,,,olif\i, I v J JA.Da..aoa
drag carefully smoothing down all the liuii>ii St.,Jackn nvlllH. "'1.. Thursday...... ... a 14 a Ar.MUni' Io"rt..y..lld. prtday-.
Whenyou; take Orove'a TateleH Chill A. fl. II.VflKRTY, Oon'l Kanfn PIWH. AKt. :New York CLVtiU bill\I4;, Iffin. Frt. Ant., New. York -- -
high places and lilting up the rutx. In Toulo because the formula I I" plainly TIIKO. u. ,.;KOKK leneral 1\1.1. (".. 'Viti. P ULYnE CII.: lonoral. ARBUU.ChumtiruUKb An addition to....... Be. m.hlp.-w111 be operated twtween Key V/rtr an H...mmi.[o,:
the coarse of time tho road no treated printed on every bottle allowing that It I III IlItlldh.... 19 State St..OppcMlte flattery !Park New \:'ork. x... Key Wwt. Mondayand Friday ....'r 30 pi ILT Hanna ru..ri",*an.1 Satur t!
will become hard and firm and 'with a Imgly Iron and Quinine In a tatttcleaa C. II. WALTON. Agent, Titiixnilln, Flu. Ar. HaranaTuesday. and Saturdays .6 00 al| |.*r Key-Welt_. _Tiie-,lay. A-',d day,- .y-

little; attention after each rain always fo.-m. No cure. No pay. oOcts. - _.
For copy of Local Time Cartl.orother Information ...dr.... any Ay"
remain dry and nmooth. Experiment
IIQ.VO been tnudo In every part of the How. to slake TnrnntaVl... J. D. RAHNER. Aast. Gen. Pass. Agent., ST. AUGUSTINE, FL

'state and on every kind of soil with To one gallon/ of the Julco of ripe to- Atlantic Coast Line R'y. -.------ -

tlio drug and it hint' been found to besuprsal'u mntoi-H HlralniHl put three pound of ,.
l." white mignr. Set aside Inca demijohn It :'..j1,:

1Ve take In presenting thin to ferment. Tie over the mouth\ only apiece .' :,..r "
pleasure "
| .
of muslin until fermentation The treat Through Cur Line from Florida. '\J. ;:
UiIoHollrl Idea to our render, '. says the _. 0,
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censes; when It should be bottled and :! :-
Den Moines Renlxtor, and lender. It la TO Till: KAST. f1MLAND
corked tightly. Put a. few raisins In ; """ ...... 0
i tho Holutlon of the road problem )nlot't. '.
Over UH own rails til Sitvnnniih, ChnrluHtoo Itlch' ouch tattle, and with the color of "
and the only Holutlon. Each via the P"nullylvlnll1IIIl.OR., .). ,\.4 CIf.lC4t P111I'
,t ;7Jr II \!
farmer may not wish to keep a roud1MPHOVK1 champagne It will have Rome of Its r
sparkling quality.

'VEST.1'ho : : The Mobile & Ohio R. H. CrA7 lD1f
How to Front a Hath Uoora Window. jNa,._

l>lHnolvt> cpsoni( Halts with vinegar TO THIS EAST viA STilAMSIIII-. 4 tOff s T fc

e, apply to the glass with a brush and Via 8 when dry, give It a coating of white ton. Via Norfolk StHiuuer to Now Vii'k, VV'.tohlnirtnn and Uiiltlmare. Via HavaniMh : : c'f
varnldh. uuil Merchant and Miner i'rsnsporltninn| Company' for Itultl- ti pPc
? more mill Phi lado,phis.
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Via Peninsular A Occidental b'eamshlp Company.
Consumution ____._ ..:._ :..__"_____ :
I -v :' Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points c yCI'1E'lilL

_a. =. I .
Mi1.1AoI! ;: TICKITS.Ioteicli.tnieali1e I +

Salt pork i is a famous old mileage tickets good over ly,0H tidal of aniunic! the principal fF lrs r.

rnilioudit In the southern states, me on wale by the principal nireutii. qUPtAAre'p'ii
fashioned remedy for
con- For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, .

sumption. Eat plenty of FRANK O. UOVLSTON, Commercial Act. W. f n. 8 TAIUC, TrR". TUHS. Act..

138 West Bay Mt., Astor Building JACKSONVILLE, KLA.
) BY KUA1 DRAG. pork, was the advice to the II. )t. EMEibyOV'rra3No [Manaurer.V., J. CRAIG, Oea'L Pass Agent. 'r I&JJ
and gpt3
dr9g end to drug hU own road but consumptive 50 100 _._ . .. .
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evfry farmer ought to he willing to years ago. flfc 'TSHS5 r" ** v jP1 Poe 4 111Jf
Oe-J:: S. 7 I 00. 4 S4y
Hpil>lne with hi* neighbors to secure a WMMIM IM) (JUnaJ 5 i "

'roil tender, whose bunliu' It should Salt pork is good if a man 5tT. a ale W. Stay At., JACKSONVILLE -. FLA. SMOOTH RUNSOUTHERN ''P

bu to keep our dirt highways Btnooth stomach it. The idea
can ;
and |>aH..nble. A AFew. 1 0 ''R
Every township In the stets should behind it is that fat is the J.R'e _. ' a IUUII..wltb sufficient trams and FULL
food the needs
t. do nothing consumptive I RAILWAY
tools, hired by the year ) olf'lJJ.

elaiv In ono fear nine out of ten of most. To cl

oiur dirt highways would become ohurdeuud t
'wQU and no Inn that no ordlnt Scott's Emulsion is themod- UPAE55 EXPRES5 | WASHINGTON, NEW YORK I! ASHVILLE and

nl\h )> 'II of wet weather would affect ern.method of feeding fat to ,34 PREPAID PREPAID and the EAST. HOT SPRINGS, N. C
tLpnt further' than to moisten' Mho nurfapw. -

ICveu If Iowa should secure mot the consumptive. Pork is too o CINCINNATI, CHICAGO "THE LAND OF THE SKY"The

nOro AdJimlTcd coiwtant hlKhwnythey,caru. Why' ahoukl would not re- rough for sensitive stomachs. NORTH and WEST... || tss "The Sapphire Country."

tilt< state provide the caretakers for the Scott's Emulsion is the most W..t D..I ea XHnlntf C.r
t dlrj roils that It will bo compelled to Pullvna.a c._
IIAV\I; when periuauent highways come refined of fats, -especially On All T....... Tfa-'SOUTIi1LRN

It fur I prepared for easy digestion. $450I2 RAIL'WAY. H. P. CARY. Dlwnct, ...-c.r '1.
I In a letter recently to the Iireeder'sGJI.ette LUJ1Doz 108 W. Bay StrMt, J.a cuoifii.k.. FLA.

Mr. Klnit explains bin plan oti 1 Feeding him fat in this W. A.. .....*, f. T ...,Wuhln"on. D. C. S. H. O. ".AW. litnc''n ".C

III( rovlnl dirt roads.i by use of t t"For the drag. often W... H. A.0. P. A, AlUuitt. Ca.
way, which is the only all follows: :

a nnnitwr of years I have cared way is half the battle butScott's i $ I22Agents 0 -- .. -- -- ---- --- ---- -
for a rond running pmt' my farm us- 00
Emulsion does
\\\&' a drag mndn of a split loir. I Mitch more RV

n (win ao n... ti> time at nn unile just, n* than that. There is some- for the Puhst Itrewlng eo.N' .. S E.A.E3c:: >2

! tbd road, U drying. Tblu level the mir- --- --- ------

t I I taps' and pimhon the loose earth. anti thing about the combination AIR LINE RAILWAY.

cltytt toward the center of the road. of cod liver oil and hypophos-

Tl';;* gradevn. built solely by thi UIIO .alai'

' t1 of this drug Other romU here*l>out phites in: Scott's Emulsion t -FOR-

hire been Murlcaded with mutt for that life into the ..' ..01'SAVAX'SAII
lsanrlt.bbdr .
puts new ' |r 1sWASUINGTOIf
wnoka at a time, but the dragged road menhhysicalwrerkelhaoprobablysayotllerogedls.:: COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN Pl -
to nn ordinary weak at'I, i has at'" ::K.
1\\11 been n-mly curry parts a special SCNYF \: vf't*
t .Nei! +n 'hs tir BALTIMORE,
lord at all linen. Pnrlnjr the two or tho of the maLdr. Itie., ,', 'u I. I In,1Jcatlonql1lml8
action diseased uaunry
thp-w week when other made were at on lungs. rthridwdfymnnnl-rndumel: lU&c<1 with
fo n't Do 110 It's D.n .. it
tbetr wtirot no bud that they could ,, A s-implo: will be aaawartJ "Iu"r_ Nr .-,111', iaraateeI st all Two Elegant Trains Dally .
ifil'J, 1 be travehnl horseback they Mail-
'IrAtfKi'd! road wan smooth burd and sou: fn o upon rot;::est. I HERBINE Seaboard Express, Seaboard

aboulutcly dry." "t >uiv i''.n ihn. picture laS baavnrt and.. "".....'.rrear any. fens of
!} tl i a Mull! t. ashaulso1 lb.y "" "r. ..1. I I.. 4414u. _teakvaa TlI. MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.
.r'4 .. ,.1, '...1...... _" f ,',. ,. 'eeorataiM 141'r ".
i hew
If In hnnuiierlnir In n nail you by & '":1
mlfttnke, UH your linger or thumb hold BOWNE For full Information and deeper reservations call OD" -

till injured member In water nil Lot ay ,. !1' -
'It4 44" ,'I'1't1ISTS' Seaboard,or write .

llova the pqln lu a wonderful 1 way. 5.t.: sad Ill aa dru"lats. n. it. WILSON! sox. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDAIt



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1..;:IAI'r: : :: :RZVER: :: : :: :aO'tEL.:: : : A NEW ROSE.It .

ON-'Ills:-IYUIAN-m\'EH. Illonmii Spring and Knll. !. .(
Superb! Color amt FrBjrmnt.Thla .

TITUSVILLE I promising new type of rose

FLORIDA. blooms early In the season and again In '
the tall and la consltlfitil;, one of the :

1 most promising rovoa of recent Intro
ProprIetor. duction. It la a good grower making +

A firm well rtponodvtxiil to ltd tips.'! It

DUCK SHOOTIXG. has green, glossy' foliage somewhat A NEW INVENTION.
st $ +tt
and l'ISIIING.

Rates: $2 ;50 per day. ..,

UO ant) jjj per week yeS Recently Patented all Over the World.


.-. --- ------ The Walton .,


/ Made In various shapes and sizes: of

'i WOOD, mON and ItltONXK. Will ,
e err .'
a work equally well with ropo, chain or .

t1; 4ti: \ v wire rope. i;'

Will work at any height, upside\ down-

I horizontally, or at any angle, and wilt ::1 a

stop and lock a any point. "

Invaluable for every kind of business
I whore a block In needed, frequently saving -

I the labor of one man or tnoio. ,

Nothing like It for hanging/ or stretch- ,:t,
frnenint The buds me of yellowish

hue, and the flowerS are frequentlyfour 1 1I

InclieH In dhiiuctcr The color la ,
I Walton SelMocking Block Co. a I II II
superb varying from gold to orange I I ,

yellow and reddish gold and shaded I III I i '.,1 I III I ICI III (Incorporated.) '] ..

nasturtium red. In fragrance It reminds p Office( and VVuieioom, 401 Atlantic ,\vo.

one of prlmi'om-H.' American Ag Near Howe'HVh'Lrt' Elevated Station! I f l

,K It ( IILLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS riculturist.( ----- 4 II I I 11081'ON,1IIAHS.

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The Ilu.lne.. w.,.
Sample itlockseon be seen at the ADvoOArKOllloo'I'Ihl..llleundatthestove-
My favorite WilY of growing strawberries
\ |
Is in matted rows. This is the of S. It. llubbnrdit Co.; Jacksonville.
business method. I set my plants far Cull and u"o these blocks woiklng.
enough apart BO that I get just plants i

enough for the runners to make a good The following, out of hundreds, are anamplo[ of the testimonials received by the Walton Self-LocklngDlovkCo./ | | ? \

matted row with a good big patch left IIH llliuk time Street, 110.11I."' Jallitaj 11101. l..
located. between each two rows. This avoids WALTUH SKLF-iAN'KI.NO Hun to., I,
Opponltu postofHce. Centrally Thoroughly repaired and renovated "IIN"'I.II1KN011: : 1"1.,1" tie' r., irlve an honest report(ill the niiellrnl, winking of vnur.etf looking tackle Monk[, whleli wmolitftliieil, from "7
the nt'cenNlty of cutting' out many runncrn. you. WOIII'I..y..o hove ii"e.1 l illiriTent klnde( 1>Moeki. in iiu tutu ry on our elnvuloil. imuK, h.iUtlnir.and l' .v.rliiq; Iriiui nun Itixirlto Knottier,otn.we I ,
lit small gardens I sometimes III.... Klven the \ValKni melt Looking lilockii s pretty |t''i ten. and. and hum the iiiimt rnlliihln ,sill hunt hliH'kn. or timid kind wetuwe "yor need '
Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, . sot plants closer tflKcthcr, fifteen It In m. great. Invnnilon, anil w. urn |tl"'l' to give' you thin u Buy tor. \ to eighteen Inches apart. In the rows Yams very truly, T. DUNCAS A' CO. .' I

fiatea U30 per day and np. and the rows two feet apart. In that "J.,
". case the plants must be kept downto IiIait.KNKN-AbotitteowerksagnI i"nroia.illfnuyonapuirorSIn.elf\ -lorkingtackle' lilouku, with (4)) fret of nip*, anil yon iMkoil ma lit
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. single stool Thin requires very the time to report to the m.nipaoy] If I founil Minn eat lufKorory., '
1 am Kind to...y 1 urn ,..r) nine'h | wl'll II'in mul Anil tli. tilni, 'k> Jiint rlirlit nil tlir,tlms sat In every places They... irnrUliiljf'wuat. : trY.
close Attention as to the removal of dry man nutxln. whu Una any line for bluokt. aa Lhr) ...v. time anil lalinr, Hum. .tmn. In. :ru",., 's
the runners. Tim plunta will run. your truly, JI'. P. ROW?.LL,
Peeler In drain and IlullilarV Hup"|>ll<., r.twii| >rt, N.II.| ,
usually with great persistence, and
STMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE the runners must bo removed Just aspl'rllllJt'utly M" ALTON" sKLr..T. M.KINO MLOCK Co. Il-wton, Mum.OVKILKMFM +-._ -- --- -- 'I II I
FLA. to avoid trouble. Thoso : ,-We purt'ImHttil, uf )o" a ...t..t slx., inch'kl"III."kl"<11'1\. v.ltt rote to lit, "'..hy. lit snililiuvit.. (given them fair .Uw iinrt r.
am W.UI.| l" with the working' HIM blouke.' : In inwny cnnnii .tinxm. mill Imrralii fun IHI tunny. liniiillail wl It limit II 110.1 ",.". 'I'hey eoesequontly| Ie
single plants give a Btipcrlor lot of nave IM. IIIU"")'. They aieauiiuilur "to' unj thing We b".e tmeil onset for lianUlinii bnavy wrlithtamiftily sod :nnliklv In nnjr ature.
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and berries expeclnlly berries of large Blze. HOWKH vitAIiF1'81)VINION(1iMI'ANY) ,
open- .'., W. 'f. Kniniir Treasurer. Ilimtnn.,
But for cjnuntlty the inutted row is far ,
1 thin neiison. Fine cooking: and good table. Hot and Cold Water ahead and wo get good berries too.- .. .,
,lathe, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from 'any ,wharf or depot. All T. Greluer In Farm and- Fireside.Now SCIENCE AND OLD AGE. FC>:E1t S.A..LE.: ':

street to Bet Dwb. ..rrl... M.a Should Live Iconic Knoniftl to
oars the door. Rates ---------
pass 3.00 to $2.50 day. .
per .....
Wvloiu<. :Mot DrcBd. I>

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.JENSKV. feetpart.Dewberry. A plants good should plan Is lx to run set the eU; From twenty to arty a lUau should I Hotel with Seven Cottages and 10

rows six: feet apart and then cross at lire for lilniHflf nod hilt faintly, from Acre of L :tnd.

right angles, with rows the same distance fifty to IOU for mJe.niand: Immunity I
apart[ ItlRlit lu the check, wlerethe and mutter n Ini.ul-1-1: f ir the ctnto lion I ,I

cross conies tho plant can be wt, eyed UHl-flll. Iii Illll |K>'.KOHHlull Of all

out the roots well. HiiHpberrles his fiiciilth"" lit KlXHcorp years anti ten
FRESCO HOTEL JENSEN, FLA. /blackberries and grapevinescan the RniylxMinl of uppnmdilntf fit k J.-S V /. t f tf -
Center of 1'lue.tpple Belt. ture will Iw uuion tilt most envliiblt \
all be set this way. Plants or %
of lUiinMnd.; for I fear of death I Ian lit
gOST UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT fcj vine sot this way ran/ bo plowed both i* e7- viiLiftJ ,
The and almost entirely dispensed ab< hoeing
prettiest location on Indian River. Largo, beautiful grounds. Near ways t
!he +)eean.: Mine FUliing and Hunting./ Terms rea ooable. Letters and with in cultivating the crop.A TIu 1 fact In. tlrit only. oi><> nun ii In n
Telelllam million: > dl .. initiirnl death.1ie .
nt m
reserving; rooms will receive J prompt attention good way to apply manure or fertilizer pivm n
net this Is to drlf nluittld live till ltd yciira of IIRO. A
JOIN s. PARK, Owner and Proprietor. to plants way l
It In the open) furrow on the four sidesof flier will \P'ITII i.t seventy or eighty ty
the plant and cover with earth. I III the vlttlm of 1I'f.t.l"IIt cut off In the

'VI:ST PAL nl' ACIi. About lime sun,.! manure ran be used H!
_._ --- on IIl'wllerrles. blackberries and grapesas ly resents being l..prlvi-l of the fifty

on the Btruwberrles. American years or so which nut urn owes him.Lt'ave t''t,$ t $ yK" le a : 1

PARK COTTAGE WEST PALM BEACH FLA. Gardening him u little longer and In dun a1 'fnti we4F.ilg'4d ;
time ho will desire to die, an u child at k.1Y1'y1G1dM't + ,tyk } 4

The CaroBtlun. dusk desires< to lep.>. The nndniiin 1
v'v Opcn.| Under new niiinagoiuonr. become will pass!
The carnation bOil of late years i
All our ln tlncts drop from un one by / iI
Overlook Lake Worth.I'ranNlent a (lower of vast Importance, and I
one. The 'hlld cries for mother milk. ..
I Rates $.> to $!.5U It! stems n question of rivalry betweenthe .
: per day The Idea of such un aliment I* repugnant -
: carnation and tlm rose for suprem-
Special Weekly Hates. to the adult. The desires. for
acy. Carnations love new slit, and If 1
of land Is wcotii, for play for love and lovrtnakx .
a newly broken up piece
MRS. IDA B. nitUNER Proprlotrpsa.NKW .
for long walks and ndventnro are
available It will always pay to use It
for this purnoNe.' Set: out the plants In all liupuliM'H tlmt huvt their day and at 8ARXO, three CJ'II&tl'ra' ot a mile south of KA: riAIMK, / .FLORIDA 1

YOItKMarlborotigh straight 1'0\\11. with! (Kod strong label. pass, and the wish to live In nn Instinct nn the Kau' Onllle Itlver lens than IoLltl mite from the, Indian ulcer, nod. two ,

to each sort to avoid confusion. The which fall also with satiety.Only and n half milts from use Ooenn, The property; U two hundred' miles south of -j
at present none nt UII lives long
ground should bo frequently howl and JuknoiivHln.: 1/11 the Florida East Coast Railway, with the, Knihoad Station nd- I
enough to be ntlnte with days.Pro.tosser -
tel kept free from wwdH. Cure should betaken MrtchnlkolTi "Stiidlpn In Human Joining the property IlutUllnKN eieotcul In land'''), and some of them, have never i''
however not to go too deep. been died. few inonlhs after their
Nature. occupied, the ()rljlnl&llwner having completion. I
of old and well"
Later<< on a mulching
should be put between The hotel wan opened for about two month \prior to the owner's death, and I
Broadway, 3flth: and 37th Streets, NEW YORK. df'comIIOMf manure linn not been used uliiun. All the building were erected In the moot substantial
DO YOU WAN'rfxIIUSTi.IN111tEALestate .
will assistIn
')J Roam 100 bath entirely with electric lights. Con- the rows. It greatly manner and are now In excellent condition. The hotel and) cottages are' complete 11
rooms. Lighted of
acted retaining the moisture. If the weather agents, todlapoae fiirnlnhed. has been uand. Them two )I
.American and and is managed under the personal ly and very little of the fuinltnrn ever are
European plans have for sale
you or
any property may
good watering wells
PervN1 becomes very dry one artesian cisterns. with etc
) -)a >t the twenty connected Newer
owner. exchange ? If no, send l foil particular
E. S. CROWELL, Manager. will be
Hanoverton, O. The above cut fairly represents the I'r"VIII'I.y.
klings.Th. For particular apply to or ddros, :

...d Vl>t. How to Teat Madtrooraa. EZRA F. HATCH, It. OAULDKX: SV s. A. WAHVOOK: t.1.
tel Broadway and 41st :btrcet::; ,
Vendome An excellent: box in which the coeds When cooking mushrooms It I..* win Caretaker on premises, Attorney for I.nur. Agent for Owner, "':

NEW YORK CITY.REPRoOF. for ettrly Dowers can be sowed I. about tr' use> II sliver or plated spoon for If Eau Oallle. Florida Tltiisvtlle, .'111. Jamaica N. Y ,
! 18 !inches long 15 Inches wide and 3Vi any Injurlou qualities arc present tile j /
ioo rooms single and en suite, with private baths and tolle Inches deep. This box can be placed In spoon will become: blackened. Such

me EITROPEAN.PLAN. Oood rooms *1.60; large rooms $:J. : and with the window beside the cutting box. A mushroom should b* thrown away. IF YOU WANT A...
1"\'att bath $:!.5tJ per day aDd upwards. The management IA under the perllalsllpervl"lon good suit for the aced box In made of ,
1 I .
of the owner. FRANK GHUEN, Manager three-fourths caddy loam and one
mixture gives a soil I Difficulty; !. only a word Indicating
fourth sand. This
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that drains well and does not run together the degree of strength requisite for aocompllablne .Building Lot ;

Offl uppy| House of The Illinois Fishermen's A.soclation.T11 after It has been watered a few a -particular--- object. .. ,

times. 'J
(H1OO Keward ? and Twine Co. In this box can be sowed pansy verbena. Ir a lot with A IJUILDINO READY FOR OCCIM'ANCY 1i,
Chicago Net petanla, snapdragon, sweet alys- Tbe reader of thin paper will be .
owed of plead to learn that there Is at leant one LAND FOR AN ORANOK TROVE, i Il'JSE.U'I'r.E
HulvU spleiulens or
Manufacturers of- Sum : dreaded disease that science has been t t
other slmlUr plants that .,.
-i any able to cure In all Its stances[ and that U .t
transplanting and are desired tor early catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only V0 probably have for sale just what you are seeking. .;
blouuilng. Enough plant* cn be grown known to the medical
positive cure
q Settlers are flocking In but stilt there Is room. If yon eralooking
o la a box of this size to supply a good Fraternity f;sterns being acoo"tltrltlon-

t"" .Iw 1 flower garden. al) disease, rwjnlreii aconstltutlonal treat- this way, drop a line to
Hall's Catarrh Cure I. taken internally
> .ad tll. Flor..t. acting directly npon the blood JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vle..PrMld.nt.
TIs. A.t.a.Yfl. surfaces of the '
and mucous system, '
of Increased rates by of FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y
In consequence thereby destroying. the foundation
express companies for the carriage of the disease and giving. the patient ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
:::: New York building the oonstltutlon
flower the growers near strength by up
.'SHINQ of Every Descriptions are considering! the nndertktng of and a.UtlDC( nature In doing 1U work. .-- ,

Orlainaore Dealers NETS In Seine and Twine Netting, Maitre Cord Rope, Etc. s Laemselv transporting American their products Garden to belleres market The Its curative proprietors, that so they much offer faith One In Subscribe for the ADVOCATE and get all fluf "

4l. of Wholesale Prices direct to the f1sCh tme'DL Hundred Dollar for any case that It
8j; E. .. that the atrtornobtl* florists' express
Indiana St. falls; to cure. Send for list of teatimonlals. -
..Mention The ADVOCATE: In your letter... from Jersey growera to the New York Address F. J. Cheney Co.. ToLedo News of the East Coast week.EAST
ire trade is not a remote possibility, but a O. SQtd by druggists, 7:10.: Hall's every .
are Member of the Illinois rishennen's Aisoclatlon. near probability. Family pill are the best.

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Hotel Proprietors, LITERARY SOCIETY.
To' Commission Merchants, The Crevard County Court convenedon -
Monday, Judge A.. D. Penney presiding The of the Excelsior Literary' BRANNING & MORGAN
To Storekeepers, and others.... W. C. Coater of Brooklyn, N. program ,
01 and D, 1.. Gaulden prosecuting.The Society of TUusvllIe High :School:} for
If want to not good, results Y., former manager Canaveral Club, following jurors were in attendance today, Friday, 2 o'clock: p. m., Is as follows
you near Tltusvllle, sends us the following : O. J. Deltenre, E, W. Booth, Phil :

advertise In the for publication in the ADVOCATE : O'Brien, A. B. CarterJ. M. McCrory, P. 1. Song .Societ Fire Insurance Agent

Editor East Coast Adnorale: T.. Keyzer, E. f'. Holland, J. J. Chancy 2. Recitation' , Helen Boje. (
J. W. Osban, R. L. Baldwin J. M. Os-" Collins.
I believe the topic of game preservation ban, O. S. Worley, R. E. Mime, jr., J. "
Carrie Griggs.
and destruction Is always opportune, and .t. (1 . Titusville Fla.
W. Carllle R. S. Smith. ,
of the G, Essay . ,Frankle Stewart.
TITUSVILLK. Indian River, FLORIDA.. especially at this season year, There was a large criminal docket. Shoemaker.
when nearly every section Is being thrown of Ii. Declamatfon..Randall
The following cases were disposed :
circulates extenslvely Norwood.
The ADVOCATE of all Classen and 7. RecItatfon..Jeannette
throughout tIle orange, lemon, pine. ; every wide open station to Runners In life. Much has been I State of Florida vs J. Begga,'conoe"llIoI colored,, 8, Reading", Ralph Ilall .
I pleaded not guilty to carrying Marlon Grubor. Representing: Rl'preM"II'" 'in
Recitation .
the and l
sections of Florida-going written on the subject, grain P. "
and fish i in verdictof
apple I The Jury brought a
weapons. Maud Collin
to every postofTice between Jacksonville chaff to the has public been for presented Individual Indiscriminately Rifting. not guilty. J. T. Sanders, of Miami,, 10. "DEBATE." The Liverpool & London & Globe The Pennsylvania hisu" ,.n.e, ,.("|

and Key Went, an .well as Into every State It Is needless for me to say that the defended."The! next case was a civil suit, The Resolved That a good edncatt6n is of Insurance Co. The Georcla norm, In"',uanr, (",, :

in tho L'ulou. It l Is known u" tlio "Pink .wise and experienced have long since I O. B. Rogers Co.,of Jacksonville, vs J. S.Padgett more value than great riches. V
Hartford Fire Insurance Co. The Rochuster
Taper of Florida." separated them, and the masses have / & Co., of Jensen. The plaintiff AFFI 1dA.TIVE. NEGATIVE. The -Gm'mau I laser,;,

The Kant: Coast of Florida lint Home of will bolted boar It whole.some fruit That no thin one,bodge will dispute podge,, jury claimed brought$370.1 hotels lu the United States, ,
the finest and any good resulting from this will ants. D. L. Gaulden represented the defendants Helen Wilson. Mark Brown. The Continental Fire Insurance Co. Northern Assumnci! ( ,, }
and, nearly [every hotel Is overflowing( keep up the public crusade. Everyone and J. S. Maxwell of Jacksonville Frank Hall. Leona Carruthers. 'I., "f E?.
with tourists during the winter. NOW will cheer. represented the plaintiffs. The Home Insurance: Co., of N. 7. Home Life --
acknowledged Insurance'i
IS YOUR TIME TO ADVERTISE.: fully that It Is a step In State of Florida vs A. B. Brooks colored n? nl3.
Give the ADVOCATE you r ad. and you the right direction and deserves universal charged with obtaining goods un- A CRYSTAL WEDDING. The Phenix Fire Insurance Co. Germanla Life Insnrnnri> <'?

will not It. Our ollloe is a kind approval. der false Defendant pleadednot -
regret promises. .
The Fireman's Fund Insurance Co. Union
of Bureau of Information. For rates, From a digest of these many and varied guilty and conducted his own. case. An ADVOCATE reader at Stuart sends Casualty & Surety, ( 0|,

etc., address, experiences and observations, lam destructive The jury brought In a verdict of guilty.; us the following account of a Interesting,
Advertising Manager,TilE ADVOCATE, well satisfied there are many more The Judgo fined defendant $25 and costsor social event In that town:

TltuHVille, Fla. agents than the legitimate six months at hard labor. "A roost delightful afternoon was spent In the above list of Fire Insurance After tho] Fire
used In shootIng '
double-barreled shotgun Wtloharde (
Kitties and
State of Florida vs GIfford at the residence of Mr.
afield over dogs. To my mind thereIs Continued It being their have for ALL
charged; with petit larceny. ] last Monday, Companies, we agency
not a question (If the cold facts couldbe until next term of court. fifteenth wedding anniversary. The affair

Ica (!;Djsr developed from the films of secretlsm. ), State of Florida vs Cato Lewis, colored, was. a complete surprise to the happy the strongest In the world. Time- J
found south of the Masonand
it would be will
charged; with malicious mischief, plead. couple and In all probability they Overa
the tried and fire-tested
that most
Dixon line one pernicious
JEWELERS AND SILVERSMITHS, and destructive agents of destruction ed /guilty. lie wan charged $1 and costs not have to Invest in glassware for sometime
or all: days. to come. for losses from
dollars l
million paid
41 West nay Street, an my good friend Hilly Titus wrote, State of Florida vs James Neal, charged The day being so pleasant and the

JACKSONVILLE, KLOJilDA. is the negro and his foraging curs; their with selling liquor without a license, crowd so largo, It was deemed advisable Jacksonville "by our Companies"In '

Largest stock In this section of country. catching by means of the cobhouso trap pleaded guilty and was fined $2.:;>0. to serve refreshments out on the lawn,
with its /figure 4 spring and well-balted colored time." days' time.
In 18U8. ttateof Florida John Jones, and old and young had a "lovely twenty
grain, 101to. the deceptive foust. This charged with aggravated assault, pleadedguilty. The day will long be remembered, and
Send for descriptive catalogue. device is commonly found in every old Sentence defcried. will be bright spot In the memory of We appreciate past favors and re- 1

, /Held. Then the net, still used on quiet State of Florida vs L. A. ITIIdreth, the people of Stuart. A vote of thanks : r y
(occasions; then there Is the smuggler, spectfully" for a continuance of
charged with assault and battery on the should (have been tendered the committee
..THE ANHEUSER BUSCH who buys on the quiet all that can bemulIll.lln person of of II. A. Graw. The defendant for I It was said 10 be the best social .
: the back door of some store; pleadeJ: not guilty. The jury brought function of the kind ever held in Stuart, your business.Do
or the looal express agent may be the In verdict of guilty (leo M. Bobbins in detail,"
Asso's.rllIIOIIII : It was a perfect every In
for Insurance
Brewing freight Hgont. All these foregoing Influences and Goldsmith who defended moved not away 4'ININ 7
do heap of work without .
Ht. Louis Keg and Bot- I, excl, ing can suspicion, as they are as noiseless for The a new following trial which canes was were refused.nolle pressed A NEW COMPANY.The some small company you know nothing The safe and the oats, 'sap

( tied liiM-r. ; ns they are fatal, leaving few traces and the defendants were discharged : about. tact; but If there 'IK n..,. n i instr' ,

: hithlnd, except bin'ren waste where abundance State of Florida VR .], Beggs, lilt Turn- Indian River Fruit and Produce contents of the safe covm, "nlv.!

Bold by Messrs. t1. A, Losloy andY the held who the boards.. 'em In Add the to huddle.these bull, Emma Turnbull and Anne Boggs/ Co., is the Dame of u new company that No other agent can write you In part of your assets). the ,.mnoiciff
H. L. Motlow,TUIIIIVIlt...Fla. man pots charged with disturbing public worship.All has started business at Lotus. The
The man after a record; the man who Is parties colored. members of the firm consist! of Mr. John the above companies in Titusville or time may vanish wl'lim' i fen "
By Mr. It.I. Motlow Cocoa, Fla. trying to crowd all the killing: he can In and time. Insure with UK, In?" tort(
of Florida Walden York yoy
State New
vs IIr. A. Fiske, formerly\ of city;;
his two weeks', vacation so he will get and, In case of iv tits I I. ,
ZAPF A. Walden, jr., charged; with disturbing and Mr. T. Giolj.iu Ronald of Lotus surrounding country. "HK net' (r
JOSEPH full value for his money. public\ worship. All parties colored. One of their pitnulpal orange groves on money to put you mi voui(' trot' y i iBranning& ,
This don't Include the hawks, owls, this and we are sure
The court 1 Is adjourned' until Monday Indian lllver Is. the Lotus Grove. Remember
+ Sole Agent. mink, muskrat, fox, snake, crow, disease afternoon at 2 o'clock..RAILROAD While Mr. Flake I it not personally well Issued M org
and all other natural causes, and there will be no policies only
the only wonder is In their gradual de- known to many people on Indian River Fire aud Life Intunntuv ,VgTITUSVILLE. eDI
010 to OSO West Hay Street, that their strenuous EXTENSION. Mr. Ronald is, for he has been a prominent by the above firm. Patronize home.
'. crease, oven powers and popular resident In thin sectionof : FJ.J. ?\.
the tide of
of has stemmed
FLA. reproduction Ltrovaril' for yearll.We _
JACKSONVILLE county many -- -
their total annihilation in this modified --- --- '-
"When Mr. Flakier started upon his wish much success to the new firm. MACE. I-
t form of diminution. In the face of all R. WALKER. H. B.
this wo might take off our hats to this. 'work of development In Florida a few

f F. A. LOSLEY, little fellow and bow our acknowledgment years ago there were localities which ANOTHER PATENT.
a of bis being a "dead game sport' i were almost a desert! that are"today prosperous J. R WALKER & CO.
said ,
feathered tribe. and well populated Mr. '
In the
THE BREWERY SALOON. North of Mason and Dixon .we have Joseph R. Parrott, of Jacksonville at Capt. J. O. Walton of Boston and Tl r -
wire the Raleigh, to reporter of the Washington tusville has taken out a patent on line-: -DEALERS -
and line
the horse-hair snare
Fla.I copper ;
010 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, the birds' hunter masquerading under Post. Mr. Parrott is vice-presi sheave tackle block. With this block

in ported and Doiriustlo the guise egg of Hoionuo; the taxidermist dent( and /general, manager of the Gust one mall can easily raise half-a-ton. Orders Dry Goods, V

shooting nil manner of birds, whloh sooner Const System of Railways, and he went are already rolling: in for this new V
the '0 Florida eighteen' years ago a hustling tackle block-the ouly one of its kind In
Wines & CigarsThe or l later find their way to plumage
Liquors douloi ; then to the milliner (again science New England youth, fresh from Yale the woild. ... Furniture, ,

bus to stand sponsor for thin. destrojer.) College. -
World Renowned Anheusvr Busch Then tho market, tho road house; theu "As an example of the change that has OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-
Shoes cte.
the itch man, who tempts the poor man been wrought, he continued "when we tou's Rapid. Calking Tools now In use ,
Drawing AH oolatlou'a Famous to break the law that hU table may be first got to Miami: there were hardly by boat, owuuia in the United States.

Beers on draught. furnished with these delicacies, far more endk>fh men In the county to form the I'lice .".011( and $a.X each, at the ADVOCATK '" )'
I' culpable I limn the culprit whom he bribes grand and petit Jul Ins. ; today Miami Is a : office TI ullvllle.. Kla. -AGENTS FOR-
East Count friends be sure to call on me through hid I'loholl to wrung-doing/ while thriving place of 5,00o people. At Palm

wlion in he Is sufo. '1 lu'ii tho man who uses the Beach the development has been ou such CONTINENTALTAILORING r
.isokeonvlllo.-- maguzine with terrible etTeot. SuchIs a scale as to attract thousands of tourists (' 1
-- gnu/ Robbins & Graham Co.
each and that has 1,.
tI.e long list ot evils our game Is up season, at place en
:E1... L. 1% vac w.e' against. erected the world's biggest hotel. CO.

Now us to remedies, the best 01,11111 "Wo are now extending our railway (Incorporated.)

the stoppage of the B.ilo of game; the system to a point fifty miles south of PAID UP CAPITAL $;23,000.00.This ;'\ CLOTHES.
f= Miami to that will TIlE BERT
-'' next shortening tho open season ; and I develope a country
I sincerely hope these two will be made produce heavy' crops of fruits and vege company owns

l 1 a universal all dogs in, irrespective all States; also of class the ,licensingof station Cape tables.Sable Ultimately opening, .we up shall a still build bigger to 3L -A. :IfcT:: ZD S, John R Walker & Co 1

territory. The outlook for prosperity
of This
financial standing owners.
or in Florida Is highly satisfactory and I In tho Indian Hirer Country; Ou the St.
at first, may seem a hardship but It TITUSVILLE.
would do away with a horde of useless think the coming season will bo one of .note River; at New River and on Bay -- -- ---
around but lu the best the State has ever had." : _;JttIIIIII(,
dogs one sees every negro 4A3.irt3
Ulsoayne. Prices to suit the times. it- Br: 13
1rp0 the South. Two months In the fall is

ample time for all to have plenty of CHURCH NOTICES. Send for Land List. rF SCHUYLER. A. K. WILSON. I IJENSEN
C. S.
Ihootln Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. TITU8V' 'LL!.
The )limitation put on the bag/ Is very

good If too liberal a number, as In many Rev. J. B. Hawk will preach at City SCHUYLER & WILSON
oases, la not allowed to be killed, for be Point, Sunday morning/ Nov. 15th, at ,
It known that all the laws In the country 10:::SO o'clock. East Coast Meat Market TITUSVILLE, FLA.

even If conscientiously entorced, cannot Rev W. P. Shoemaker will preach In
make If he Is not born so. G. F. DUREN
a sportsman Agent/ I
?T the Methodist church at Mime next Sunday FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS.
the truth remains
But palent-a sportsman
at 11 a. m., and In the Methodist a::
Fine Liquors, Wines Beers. Is born, not created. ea: -
church In TUusvllle at 7 p. m. All are ow
Ales, Stout, Etc. To the craft I would say, use moderation Invited to attend.Archdeacon ::!- t Representing Leading Insurance Companies.
when blessed with the opportunity
Send: : me your orders! to enjoy Held! shooting. 'remper your B. .'. Brown will hold Divine o c sYs c7.w. lu I Your Business Solicited. Prompt Attention.]

TITUSVILLlfi!: and COCOA, FLORIDA desires If the chance presents itself to service with Holy Communion on .
satiate your cravings for the sake of the Sunday next In St. John's church, J<:.'11Oallle C We Will Appreciate Your rstronsg*

future and your buot\gutldNtnnn! who at 11 a. m. Also In St. Andrews s-:>> I

Harry W Richards may, seeking a little pleasure church, Fort Pierce, at 730 p. m. 3 e: mJ:! :
lu his. outing. In homelier woids, "i'ote The new Methodist church at Eau Gal- _ --_- -_ -
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r fair," devise liberally all sport ,and leavea He wilt bo opened fur Divine worship ..
tmrART, FLORIDA comfortable margin for next year's Sunday evening. Preaching by the pas _= cN E. L_ S ..A..D- dz ::seO:
leeds, promising as bright a future as tor. Rev. J. II. Hawk at 73l o'clock. :

Marine Dry Dock. the most successful. past. Always keep This Is one of the haudsomest churches .ua 3 -- DEALERS IN-

in view the (lolilen liulo, along the liver, one of which Eau Gallle TITUSVILLE, FLOHlDA.IIOUSEIEEPERS GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOODWe PRODO.n
Brooklyn, N. Y. \V. A. C. justly proud. ,
Machinist Steam and Gas Fitter. FER II"
handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES all tI('|
'Jt ''
SENATOR DIMICK'S HOME IS We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade etatiut Jers.
Engine Repairing a Specialty. A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.On .
at yam
Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered FU
lost sad aol
Friday a deplorable accident
Chan. A. Strellnger Gasoline" Engines. About midnight Thursday, the 5th happened to Howard. MoOuIre one of our PERFECTION MEASURING -

Send for Catalogue. Instant, Senator .:. X. Dlmlck's residence brother of Mrs. J P. Wilson, of Tltus
Stamp tit Palm Beach was seen to be on fire, vllle, near Lakeland. While hunting CUPS, a money saver In W. E. GOLDSMITH, !

'. an.! ere long It was a moss of ruins, with with John 5lcColpln MoGuIre handed your kitehen.

all Its costly contents. his gun to the latter and In the transfer, -Dealer In-
residence\ of Also Catalogue. of useful articles from
Senator Dimick's was one In some unaccountable the gun was
J E. Vcsoy Hull, the finest on Lake Worth, and was filled discharged at close range way, the charge of Factory to Kitchen. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT
with beautiful frunlture and bric-a-brac, bird shot entering McGulre's leg Just ,

valuable paintings, books, silverware, above the knee, making a very serious Enterprise Supply Co. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. lUnA.
chinaware and works of art, which cannot wound( and Injuring the knee so that TITUSVILLE, FLU
be estimated in money. There was his log had to be amputated. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Boatbuilder Insurance In the Liverpool and London It was some little time after the accident -

and Globe for .GHX( but It Is said that before the young man reached medIcal TYPEWRITER REPAIRING INDIAN RIVER ICE FEAjT01 .

f 1 WOOO< will not cover the loss. aid, as the accident occurred In the

Senator and Mrs. Dtmick were attending woods, and he necessarily lost considerable GriYOt Typewriter Exchange.. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,,

the Carnival at Jacksonville at the .blood, so much that with the lora Drat Vpehnrcn Hide.. Jacksonville Fl.. Is I prepared to furnish Ice In any tSacked or loose '>l ecotw.

UK.OKUIANA, FLA. time, so the. residence waa temporarily caused by amputation, he died and on 23: to 50 per cent saved on new and paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing U OJ' j

unoccupied.The fire Is supposed to, have been of Sunday was burled.A second hand typewriters and supplies. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.

-, cendlary origin-probably ransacked WE SELL TilE
Hodgson Bros. by burglars and then set a-tlre. HUNTING PARTY. Oliver Typewriter the Standard Vla- TTTUSVJLLEJ: LXVER-r STb]

Ible and Bllckensderf,

Are You Going North V Yesterday morning Messrs. Geo. C. go
EAU: Floyd, L. C. Brsnmoft, D. B. Prltchard, TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The FEED AND SALE IADnlE!:

Mailne Railway. Get your tickets over the Clyde Line, T.. A. Br dy, D. W. Monroe, W. W. Ballard !,
Merchant. and ,Ship Chandlers. from Jacksonville to New York. H. E. Bugbee: and J. C. Jones left following are the times of arrival ...STABLES... BUGGIESBAGGAGE
CR..... II. WALTON, Agent; here on a hunting trip In the woods. and departure of passenger. trains to and 5C1tJt
.Special Facilities.. TUusvllle, Fla. They have gone; after deer, quail, wild from Tltusvllle:

For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing turkey and other' game, and expect to be IIOII1TRVlOO.Lea. 1't'RSOr
( DrRylng. out for several day. A camping outfit ...Tttncvtlta for Miami and 1 a ft p m TRANSFER,1ty and
Yacht and Launches. and stock of provisions were taken along intermediate point a* t lode: p m llad

Mention the ADVOCATe when writing Draylng or hauling of all I Inds promptly and the above party are anticipating a KOBTBBOUBD.Lear HAULING: ETC. ..aU
attended to. Meets all trains. Business good time.Hunters. .T1tn rllU for Jackaon villa I a:12 S m
attended to. arc out dally and bring In big and Intermediate points. at f I is p m
KIT" Reading notice ads. on this page promptly Tttoartll* for 1:06 ajn J. M. OS rLO
KXULISU .t UOLTCX: TUusvllle. bags of Saaford Bobbins
gam ArrlTM
are nve cents per line per week. TUoavlll from 1330: pun TITtSVILT.E.Back: of Geo.. M.


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