Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 7, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00467
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
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LOCAL NEWS, I>o You Want to Make 3lonejV School Opon lUolIlI"" -Mr. Grover Allen, of Oak Hill, spent (3co. II. J'VmaUl Hardware Co. AMONG THE HOTELS.

several days, this wf'ekIth Mr. I. C, I

id Topic of General interest If so, read 1 the following\ and think In getting; your children ready for Brannlng.Mr. Dealers In Wholesale and Retail Hardware The AIIVOOATK: I I" on file at all tie

over the suggestions therein contained. school, do not fail to look through our Clad Stewart, of TltiisvllU-, who paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds, best hotels. In New York city.
Reading notice aria, are ten centsr Have you a I'nom-or may be three or line, having; by fat the largest and best lime, (,"'lI1ent", In'Ink and shingles
r four th.it spent part of last week In St. Augustine,; Take note of the hotel nee on our e 1
line on this page.: you lire not using? If you line uu the East Coast, In Hoys' Suit, returned home last Friday Machine Shops, all kind of repair 7th t
have
THE ADVOCATE you are losing money on them. Pants, Shoes, bhliti Hats, Caps Hosieryand work on engine, boilers and Naphtha pogo

ll.RO per annum In advance. Why not make them bring you in a Underwear.For PIES AND J CAKES. fresh every day at launches Mr. and Mrs. Albert Honnottowners

.7.5 six months profit? We will sell you the furniture the Glils I we have the l.ngcstas: the Bakery, Titnsville. Tin and Metal work plumbing, stenm of I that cosy n.nd !home\ko tourist hotel.

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. on the Installment plan, and you can soi.tment of line shoes and hosleiy. -The sterling, near the F. K. C. Ivy. and gas. fitting Good Work at lowest The Bennett Daytona, have been guestsof

"'!ten you subscribe for the ADVo- thereby pay for It out of the rent. Shoes made by the Irving Drew Co., station, Titusville, will open this. winter prices the Seaside Inn, Daytona Bench for ;,
by the year. It does not cost youee We carry everything that you will pair guaranteed nil\ sixes nod week "
TB every I ns a first class boaidlng house. Look (;va. II. FKIIVAII; HAKHWAUK Co., a or two.
Included.DITIONAlj .
cents per week postage need to fix these rooms up In first class pll3CS.:
out for It. s Sanford Fla. Tho Oaks, at the north end of Titus
LOCALS will be found style for roomers or for light housekeeping. PENNEY: & UKANNI.MI: .
Miss ilelen Miller the hat *istant -Mis..1 yule, has been HO crowded( this[. week, .
Fine a>
Clothing, /Shoes, !Men and Boys'Furnishings. ,
P. Hester of Mlcnnopy Is a
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our 8th, page. '
m that Mrs. Walker has been \ to
In our Hardware department you can Titusville, Fla. In the 'l'ltIlM \\IIe public school, will arrive : pleasant guest of the Seaside Inn, Daytonu compelled
-Miss :Nettle Coutant, of Oak Hill\ Is find anything you may need In the Hardwaio tomorro8ho has engaged board Bench, furnish and open the cottage adjoining .
of her friend Miss Grace Reid, the Oak ou tho south. Everything! U ,
guest line, crockery, glass and tinware. -Mr I Harry Wilson, foreman of the at the Oaks.CAKPENPEK. I

.week. While us to our Grocery department ADVOCATK, spent part of Sunday in WANTED for n WoodWorking -Mr. C. (I. Kudstonn, a prominent being ran' lu up-to-dkto style, and free :
Coeoa. contractor at Eau':' Gallic, was a pleasant carriages'' meet nil trains
:.F.SII! BREAD baked daily at the you can get almost everything you wantto establishment... Must have
caller nt tills ollloo on Moml.iy.Mr. .
Bakery, Tltusvlile.\ e cat, and our Diy Goods,Clothing, Notions -Miss Edith: Burns, of Canaveral, Is expriienco with wood wtn'king milchlneiy. The Sterling, Titusville which has. 1

-Mr. W. S. Ballou, of Mlmn, has been and Millinery department will be the guest of her young friend, Miss Merle )K. II. Arnold, of Malnbar, was been In the hands of the cat poo tors, l

of the Seaside Inn Daytona 1 able to supply all your needs in the Scoble, this week. East Coast Lumber &: Supply Co., In Tllnsvllle on Monday, attending the plasterers, tinsmiths,' electricians and .

guest wearing line :21 Baum: Oallie Flu. usual monthly meeting of the /School painters for over three months, will be ,
ich, for a couple of weeks. Did you ever think of what a lot of -Mr. L. \V. Halle and family are now Board. ready to rent In about a week. This ;

-Miss Maggie Collins, who has been enjoying comforts of their new borne, Attoiney Frank Pope, of Jacksonsonvllle house Is situated Julia street
money you can save dining a year by ..Uov.. W. F. Allen delightful on near ,
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gave ;
Mr. It. L. Motlow
tot town a week or HO on a visit to being a steady customer of the Walker having moved last Saturday, Sept. 1st. before Brevnrd, represented Commissioners launch party to n few filends on Tuesday the F. E. C. Railway station one of tho :

ends, returned to Tltusvlllo last Filr Store? If not try It today. and Walker LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR GUAVASat County It beautiful most advantageous site In Titusvllle.
night, being a moor-
week license
this lu the Cocoa liquor
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much to the delight of her friends will give you a bank free to put your S, J. Norton's.Mr. ciso.: light night, For several weeks past, the SeasideInn .
first dollar in.JOh1N .4
C. Morris of Jack- Homer visited with IMiytomi Bench owned by Mr. anilMis. .
-Miss Lillian\ one Colliding County Commissioners J. K. Miot ,
11. WAI.KKK &. CO., -Mis. Wesson, of Cocoa, has had a J
nvllle'8\ popular young ladies, Is aet friends In Melbourne, on Sunday, returning F. M. Wooten, K. A. Conkllng and P. Horace F. Stewart, has been crowded -
The ])e\l.1I\ tmelll Store I new roof put on her house, adjoining
t of the Seaside Inn, Daytona Beach, : to Titusvillo on the early train Mon A. Morgan I were attending to their usual with guests, and Mrs.( Smith, the e ).
Titnsville Plot Ida. the AnvouArK oftlce, this week. It Is a
tie she will remain until the end of day. monthly duties this week. popular manageiess/ ; MUs Julia, Kingston
pity other n.n residents do not improve
WE AltK: AUKNIS FOR CUMMER'S: -Mis. J. A. Loveless, nlsier of Mrs. E. their Titusvllle her nlfnble and able assistant[ ; and ,
property KKD HOOK GINGER ALE tOOT
plemberMessrs. {
Gould the chief dork
Frank Webber and Will Orange Boxes, quality the best, priceno E. Rollins, lute returned from North Car Mr. Edward C. ,
litter (Grape Juice Doap and Uno and,
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-Mr, W. (Joidon Drown, a' former have boon kept busily engaged. Tho
to Ti- higher. Write for quotations olina, and Is now visiting relatives In .
Game
there of Eau came
up soda
a general HSHOI tment of water at
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well-known and popular pineapple grower Seaside Inn U. located on a high bluff, ":
,rifle by launch, Saturday night, 10iilng Si. )F. TISAVIS & Co., Cocoa, Kin. Grcuii Cove Springs S. J. Norton's
Hobe Sound and West Palm
at Bench, and from tho vorandA you can obtain A "

Sunday night. friends They were the -Miss Klina Geiger, of Lotus, has W. E. FIIEXCH, Veterinary Surgeon/ I'' now holds the responsible position of -Mrs. W. 51. Hall, who left Tltusvlllo fine view of the Atlantic Ocean and the #,

eats of relatives and while invo been enjoying a visit \\ Ith1 rs. !., C. of Ontario Veterinary College, Toronto, treasurer of thOu Ponn /Shovel Mannfac- last Friday morning for the home of her beach-one of tho finest beaohe In the -,

Brannlng this week. She had been at- J.inad.i. Treat all diseases of domesticated tinlng Co. Warren Ohio. This hotel U \III
/ father, Mr. II, A. Clark, of Manatee, United States equippedwith

::OF, E, C. GOULD, thoroughly ox- tending the school examination. l animals; surgery and dentistry PIIOroflRAPIIS.: kinds of photographs he being 111, touched there safely and 10- all modern! conveniences, and I U. u

(,crienced, will 'open a'' preparatory -Mr. T. X. Docker, who has been nt specialty., Address, Daytona, FU.Mis. ; taken, In up-to-date stylofrom| ports hilt condition much Improved.Mis. open nil the year round. Mr. !:Stewart

school for boys in a most advantage- Jupiter for a few months, has returned A. I). 1'euney and daughter, .,.) and upwards per do/en. Portraits E. M, Hoi man and son. Albeit, the owner, who has been uu n visit of a f

|'xii situation at Daytona Beach, Kli., to Titusville, and Is working on The Laura, after visiting Mrs. W. S. Brann- Crayon, Pastel'Water' Color and arrived, Mond ly, at Daytona, from Wor- few month In Illinois, Colorado, California *

In Oct Mh. Only a limited number Sterling, for his father, Contractor T.. log, of this place for a couple of weeks, Paintings: at most icasonable rates, rostei, Mass Mr. and Mrs 11111 man Washington; Territory and other'i

l"t boys taken. Address all communi- K. Decker left for Fort Pierce on !Monday!. and enlarged from any small photo- Jiave moved all their furniture to Daytona . places, Ix expected home to-morrow or

''allon to Daytona Beach, Fla. -Mrs. M. O Doyle and Miss Doyle, DO YOU WANT A SEA\ TKIP :-One graph. Babies taken as quick as a and will make their permanent Sunday,

-Mr. Wm. M[, Brown spent n.day or of Sanford, mother and sister of Mr. lint class Hound Trip Ticket meals wink. Call I and see samples of our home In that; town.
and berth included for sale the work, and) then you will\ know what -Mr. K. L, Crane, a prominent resident [-
ITltusvllle this week looking after his Arthur Doyle, former popular merchant over '
-\Irs.: W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, of Elmira: N. Y. left on Woclnos-
'party, ere leaving for New York. of Titusville. were guests of the :Sea. !Mallory S. S. Line, Fernandina to New wo can do for you. has been In TltunvlUu) for a while, looking ,
after four At the
day spending days
II. Titnsville )Fla ,
a Brown, Miss Louise Brown and side Inn, VytonBelich: : for a week or York; cheap. PArr COAST ADVOCATK FAI-.MT, after I the wants( of her mothV, Mrs. Oak*.

our Nark[ Brown will return to Tl-[ two. Miss Doyle has I a number of office, Tltuavllle, Fla. -Mr. 1". C. Brannlng, station agent Brady who Is 111. Mr. llondry stopped,

Nile this month from the North, friends on the beach. -\Ir.! Green, one of Mr. It. I,. Mot- for the "'I". E. C. Railway Company, over hole the end of last week, on his --If you do not road every pageof

tere they have been spending the past WANTED COOK, for family of four. low's clerks, who has visited relatives Titusvllle, left this morning for Ralolgh, way home from New lurk and Haitimore. till paper you are liable to miss

|rte months or more. Toon. Holly springs: Hendernonvllle Asheville some of the most interesting local Items,
White gill pieferied. Good home. near Kstill Springs:! for about two ,
returned to Titusvllle Monday and other places In North Carolina He which are scattered on eve page ..) '
-Prot. Wine been 2Coiitiactor months, on
W I). G. who has Address, "Cook, cue: AnvocATE. WANTED-Traveler for establishedHouse.
the Oaks Titusville for few days, and ttald he found quite hot whilein will be away three or four weAk Mr.Umonlng'lI TIIK NOVELTY STORK has n nice !
\ a L It. Decker, who has (12: weekly to IItnl t. Expenses
rented the Episcopal Church Rec- The Tennessee. place at the station U filledby' paid Rofeiences., Address line of school; supplies Give n* a .
hart a force of men employed on Mr. Phil Wright his brotherinlaw.Mr. I '
'adjoining the residence of Dr. and Sterling\, Titusville,during the past three -Di. and !Mrs. E:, E. Rollins, left here : ;i-U Geo. (I. Clown, Tlliuvlllo! Fla. call L M. Dodson. :22Mr
.>.E. E. Rollins Palm street. I'rof.ne -: and Mrs. E.: E. Mitcy who have
on built the staircase him this morning for Jacksonville, Green I Wesley Joyner returned to his
months or so, -lU rll. Felgel, wife of Dr. C.O. Felgel/ I
[ will spend the winter here with lIelf.1 r. Decker Is S2 years of age, and Cove Springs, Raleigh, Holly :Springs, been spending the summer at Danlels- of Fort 1'leroe, and her lltt'e: daughter, position with Southern/ Express Co.,

1 wife and two children. Mrs. Wine the staircase Is quite a credit a man of Marry Oak and other places In :North vllle, Ga., are expected Malabar In a were nortliboun.1 passengers Sunday, en and the Standard 011 Co., at "Tltusvllle, ,.

|I sister of Mr. J. F. Woolen, of Co- his age, Carolina, and expect to return to 'Titus day or so. They own an orange grove route to their old home at Owensboro, Sunday, after A month or two spent In .

ville fn a few weeks. Dr. and Mrs II.G. 'at Tlllman. :Mr[ and Mrs. Macy have New York City, and at Union Society[ In
Ky for visit of month Dr.Felgol .
R it or so.
-Dr. II. O Utley, a prominent physician and Mr. Chan If. Walton just closed their summer school at
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Utley are the Catsklll mountains. He
Judge (D J.. Oaulden, who has been few Is taking hill vacation from Ms reports an
of Raleigh, X. C., who spent a the Kolllns residence. Dantelsvllle, after a successful term At
h occupying enjoyable outing."Granilpu .
all the summer with his family, dental business, on tho Atlantic beach
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of weeks
Titusville a couple ago, .
days In a recent meeting of the Madison county
turned to Titusville on ;Monday. Ue was so pleased with Titusville that he WANTED, a position on a turpentinefarm. (Ga) teachers' Institute\ Prof. Macy where he U making hollow stooo blocks Miller,", one of Tltus-

lirtg having spent an enjoyable time returned here from Raleigh on Wednesday Have had five yeais' experience read a paper on the consolidation\ of for his new residence. vllle's former highly.respected resident,

ie away. Ue left Mrs. Oaulden and bringing his charming young wife running turpentine still ; woods schools, which the Danlelsvllle Monitor ADDITIONAL LOCAL and personal came up from Jupiter[ tho first of the

F"'y' at Lake Seneca, near Rochester, with him. Mrs. Utley says: "TitusvilleIs tide, four years; and superintendent say deserved special mention. new on page 8. You must read eveiy week to spend few day*. Mr. Miller
T )Ir, LeSeurr Gaulden again en- two yearn. Can give referenced upon was n former of the Grand
a lovely little place, and 1 I hope my -- ----- page In ADVOCATE!:, If you wish all manager
1 Vale University, at :New Haven, husband will\ move hoie." Dr. and Mrs. application. Address, oS'otlce.Dr. the news. View and Indian River hotel, and hU[

[""., this, month; Miss Urwlnna Gaul- Utley have rooms with their friends, Dr. .VJ; A. 1. :STEELE, Eureka, S. C. --- old-time friend were pleased to see him

'Will' attend college; near Washington, and Mrs. K: K:, Rollins, and are at pre -A postal card from Mrs N. W. Gilbert Harry. G.I Utley will be associatedwith LliucM and (}nevus. for Sale In
C.; rind l Mrs. Gaulden expects tore I I Dr.) Dr. Jo:. K. Rollins Titusville.otel ---
sent Liking/ their meals at the Oaks. aunt uf Miss Mat'eLBergo, mailed la the practice of

'for OeLand about the end of this and Mrs (Htloy are making lots of at Honolulu Sandwich[ Islands, say; medicine In Titusville In the future, and Florida Key Limes and Guavas. tl.OO) Wanted, ,

11th. Iudge! Gaulden will noon corn- Friends In Tltusvillnl "Here is a picture of our steamship Manchuria can be found at Dr. Itolllmt'/ office. Dr. perorate. Avocado pears, fancy,11I2Jr0: Winter hotel to Florida wanted from

ve making many much deeded 1mnents npon which we were wrecked Kolllns will be out of Iowa for the next Write or remit December 'tp March: Send number of

to his Titusvllle residence. I yeoin.-Second Annual l Sale.: yesterday, August 2'Jnd.: Fortunately, two or three weeks, and Dr. Utley will\ Nit VKMTV'COMPANY, rooms, rent, location and all other particulars *

-- everyone was saved, but we, had a very attend to all patients during bill absence COfi r Box U, Miami, Fla.! to WM HKWirr,

Furnished !!Wanted, To make room, I will\ I'elllliO pair of thrilling\ experience nevertheleKII.The ."- ------- Hendoisonville N. C. .,

Breeding Homer Pigeons; 100 pair of writer wm Miss Edna Bf rge; whose Ito You Want n Nlco Winter Onion Sets For Hale. .

'rom ember until May; pleasantly young birds than will work In about marriage announcement was! published Home In Florida HOIICCM For Rant : .

l''Iated' near,center of town. Must have three months. Bargains to quick buy- In the ADVOCATK a couple of weeks ago. -f White and lied Bermuda. Onion Hot n. "

I1 t taw than three bedrooms and good ers. pure Antwerp stock. She and her husband were) on their wayto FOR SALE:-The McCoy property In now ready, get your orders In early. Furnished house ;;rent for the sear" c, ,t, ':;

eking water. Give full particulars aa JA*. Mf:COMII, JK., the Philippine Islands when the West Tltunvllle\ consisting; of a fine residence Price per bushel of forty pound! $ I..V. son lilo.VU. Best hunting and fishing on I

lumIehangs! and price. | jY., Pompano, Fh wreck occurred. and 21 acre of land, part of which CKe.vftirAw: HKoiiiMt Seen: Co., the East Coast of Florida.[ I can fur- 4j 11

C. L. BEllO, FURNITURE!:, In an orange groye, which will yield 1.1 I Tamda, Fla. nlllh just what you- want. Write to ,i''

Adelpbta, ?T. J. !Santoril Lauiulrj. I DRY GOOD'S, about 400( !boxes of fruit this[ winter. Jonx: K. 'V ALKItIC. .' "

NOTIONS, I Tbo residence U new and In perfect Orange Hoxes.We Titusvllle, Fla { :

Walker Hani wore. Co. Domestic finish work, also steam cleanIng EDISON and I condition throughout/ and contains 11 j 1'1'j
Are selling\ the Warn! I
The All work guaranteed. DRY BATTERIES rooms, exclusive of bath room, pantry Orange Property to Lease. '
hot wel tb'l; here and you and pressing. Agent. and and china closet. Hot and cold waterIn Box] recognized n* the host, box made :J'. ."'.
aid L. MANDAV1LLE SHOE
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treat your wife to a new, Quick h. HOUSE: FURNWHIXOGOOD*. batb room, kitchen and pantry. Bathroom lo "Florida; price, I J'H.?' rents complete, The famous (Hector Island: Property, ; .},;
Gasoline hot for with birch, hoops, In carload I"tll. delivered
Stove. Is
It too baa closet
bare Shut Gnu and Kiile CIIAS. A, OAHDNIII, Tltu ..lHe, Fla. sanitary ; laundry ha on Indian River, at Melbouine, Fla., 'i .
'<> wood.
stand old
[ over that sanitary closet and water facilities.
'* consisting of 11; room Hotel and Clubroom I '!ii'
I *t n of shot Guns and !Barn ttlft.x.irift., new and uptodateIn Write in for price and samples of 7 room Biiogiilow, and 3 room ; 1 (;\
line
> you should buy a White We have .a tine Fruit and Vegetables all its house wrap "
arrangements. Carriage Cottage. Fine situation! for bunting 1
a
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11&taln for the quail' season. East: Coast Lumber & Supply Co ,
preezer Get ready
and make own UHleii. barn. Water \
your adjoining In barn fishing or yacht club. Fine harbor. ,\j:
cre"nl M .J"( r Eau Gallic Fla.
\II kl 1 c suit your taste. Prices are right Sox Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of Large chicken I house, cement floor, With service of family of three, as ;
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Unaware, Paint, Oils Sblp Fla., always bring good results! Their Grounds surrounding residence, under | former Game Warden of the Quaspeaka ' ; .9
trdlery .
> etc Engine and Launch Fix-. Sale. facilities for handling Pineapples Grapefruit good cultivation. Shrubbery eta. W. have several tons of: GalvanizedWire Club, of Rockland county New York. I '
l Woo l for Orange and Early Vegetables can- Cost over M.OOiJ. No. 8 Expert guide boatman and dog trainer. I ;'
to No. 10, which. :we offer I
..feryUllng you need In our line, end -lengtb. Also plowIng not be surpassed. This U one of the A very decided bargain for somebody<< I I very low to close out.' VIne fishing, hunting\ anti boating. ;',
I" Price. Pine or oak any liousei la this :MOROAJT:! & WALToN .
oldest and most reliable Agent Addres W. NIELS
barrowlnjSee or address J. I EAST COAST T.yiincii 8r/rpi.v Co., owner, EX', e ,

WALKER HARDWARE Co.Titusviile FU.. W. Jamison and Titnsville; Fla. ttate. Try them. TltutvilU, Fla. Eau Gallic, Fla. Brevard Co. Melbourne FU, ( ,je j


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Help for Women Passing Through
No. 00TltusvilU
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t River /1 , OF WORDSBy k > each at 1\Inl"by l'.Inchiuery COlUpn.u:
( Providence! ha al1otteoUII to fulfill JA K.0:. >VILLE FLORIDA
Florida.Holdsltanteetnlgatheseeondmdfrorth least seventy years in which
Lodge.; Wednesday ,mission In life, and it Is generally SAW MILLS, E>01NES AND BOILERS

of each month| In the Muwinlo Tem. to RUDYARD KIPLING t aur own fault If we die prematurely. PORTABLE OUTFITS A SI'ECIAII"[
Tttua.mle,at 7:.JO 'clink |>. ui. I _Write for Catalogue-

'P'. Muriran.! Wnrnhlpfnl Mwitor. ,_. Sold y, ; JolmN. WHllur. Henlor %Vardan S
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I. A. 1>. rannoy.I Hnnlur, Heorntary.Iiwti'im1'ercy . HERE is: an ancient legend which tells: us: that when the first pa.:. J. :X> C> ::BJ3InJIS.U' : : .

n. Walton Junior /)81\00n. 'err yyfsa, iK&iicemitoi;( to Uobblns Hros.)
O. II. Waltun.l'lonlor' K 8w..r<1..j man achieved the first noble deed ho wished explain to 5.5.
I l M. H. sinus, .Iniilor' Htiiwarcl.J. C ( And: HO G :33L JS 3VC: 1? :33
''f.. J. R. Walker flmiiluln.' his: tribe what ho had done, but as soon as lie began to speakhe Numbers Stencils Trunk and Locksmith Supplies.REPAIRING .
Checks Door
l; F. A. 1.o.loJl. Tylur. Badges, ,
I rk was smitten with dumbness/ ho lacked words, and sat OF UUNI'I AND REVOLVERS A I: PEGIALTYGun --
A and Revolver and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Bepnin,
down. Then -: the "rmistcr- palls
t INDIAN IIIV Kit ('11.\I'T.U NO. J.7, arose according to story-a :224:! Alain t>t. Jacksonville..

HOVAI, AICCII MASONS. less" man who had taken no part in action no special virtues and was --
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l y The*Indian the flmt River. C"h"\.r.\ If Itoynl each innnlh*roll Mikonmeet at theMARonfo "afflicted"-that is the phrase-with the magic; of tho necessary words
AND SUPPLY COMPAN
FUEL
4 SOUTHERN
The tolluwiiiic 7011I1" '"are the ollliern of thin <'lia|>t 'ri He ,spoke, ho explained the action to the trite in such a fashion, that we : 'l'lIl

.7.M.R.H.Walker SH'IIIH Kxrellttnt Klnir. High 1'rlext. are assured that the words: "became alive and WALKED UP AND

K. N. Andrews I Scribe Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
B. WHmin. T-e"mirer.K. DOWN IX THE HEARTS .OF ALL HIS HEARERS. Wood, ,
A. Morgan K T. H. 8&iulur, ., < ait.. nt Ifont. Thereupon the tribe, seeing that the words were alive, and fearing
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I.OIIIK Alexander. Prlunl|> l Koj.iiirner.re
( >.. i':. I'rltc'h..tt Hy..l Ar<'h I'a|>tlu.K. that tho man with the words: 'might be telling untrue words: to their 'rj.AiaryKoehn e and Sidewalk Brick
!M Taylor Miwmr' of Third V. Vitrified Paving .....
r J.".N A.,Waller SMwart blaster Miter. of<>(ftm-onil Klrat V.V. children, arose and killed him. But later, they saw that the magic was Nervous exhaustion Invites disease. ,

" J. I>. Ennui, BoiiclnelOUIIhll in the words: and not in the man. We have progressed l in many directions Thin. statement is. the positive truth. Offices foot ot IJogarf Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephone. :No _
When everything becomes a burden ---
OK KAHTKHM HTAIt.FrlemlHliln since the time of this early and destructive criticism, but BO far we and you cannot walk a few blocks with- J. K. MUNXERLTK- General Manager.The .

'I Chapter. N... 11.hold* It* meetings I do not eeem to have found a sufficient substitute for the man with the out excessive fatigue, and you and break .. .
11 the MuMiiiln l.o.luo. room, Titiwvlllo. nIl the out into perspiration easily your
ant and thint ''Iin-mUmi In each month Bt 8'00p. necessary words: as tho final record to which all achievement must look. face flushes and you grow excited and Oldest Established Oraln and "Seed' House In the State.
m. Tlio following are the nRlcer of the shaky at the least provocation and
Chapter i Even today those who have done a tiling must: wait until all has been you cannot bear to be crossed in anything

John Nra.O. It.. M Walker.. ItolililiiM; W. \V V., M. said BY THE :MASTER LESS MAN WITH THE WORDS. you are in danger; your nerves Wm.:: A. :Sours: : & Cc
Mlmt( ('tlmrui H, m., \.".,elate M. have given out ; you need building up
'
Mice Kate rUnwurt. uMidiictniw.Minn lit lit KIt at once t To build up woman a nerv-
.._.... .. AaauuluM I'"II.Mim7 .
ti ".1"! m ous system and during the period of
bin II."nill It. .IVlliutn. Ht witrt, Bmiretary.Mr ,.1.I.ra."" . is: certain that the overwhelming bulk of these words will perish change of life we know of no better GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
medicine than Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable !
Until
*. F. A.I..rtlan.! ,
Mm. ,1.11. Walker. Ann, in the future as they have perished in the past. It H: certain, too, that Compound. Here is an Illus.
at re. :M. A.HrrliiiirtMMir. Martha tration. Mrs. L. Koehne. 371 Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizer
Mn .'. Kllno, Ki tor.1ri. some few of these words will live, and by those words only will our Mary
\ .J. l U. Hum' *. hl..cta. Garfield Avenue. Chicago Ill., writes :
1 I.ha*. H. WnluinV..nl r. children be able to judge of the phases of our generations. Now we desire ( have used Lydia E. FinkhamWegetabta .a MMcf )- SOU East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA
J. I. (rrutlier, Henlliml.H. Compound for years tom family and it .aIIa.
It. Wllwin. :AUmhal.leo. . beyond all things to stand well with our children.. But when our never disappoints; BO when I felt that I was Catalogue Free. \Vaiehinine" on lacks of S. A. L. H'y. and A. C. L. liMeMurray ),
( :M. nubbin, Chaplain the change of life I commenced trentm .
story conies to be told we do not know WIIO will tell it. There are Hearing.mt with it. I took in all\ about Biz bottle
TlTUSMt.1.18 CAMP; NO. t l.Menu and it did me a great deal of 1(00<1. stopped
I many tellers, and they are all talking together.If my dizzy spells, pains in my back and the 'I

i; kv U l anything short undisputed and distilled truth bo handed down headache months before with taking which the I Compound bad suffered I feel for & Baker

how shall our achievements profit us? The record of our tribe is just that if it had not been for thin treat: medicine
.I.III for women that I should not have been alive
its enduring literature. The magic of literature lies IX THE to-day Itlnnplpndldforwomen.oldoryoung female dlnordera" 4O1-413 East Bay Street, Jacksonville, I Florida
and will surely cure all
WORDS and in Witness thousand excellent strenu- of
not any man. a Mrs. Plnkham daughter-in-law -Makers and Jobbers of-
". ti Lydia E. Pinkham of Lynn. Mass., Invites -
words leave quite cold or us to sleep while a bare hall
''I ous : can put aU: sick and ailing women to write

1 hundred words breathed by some man in his agony or in his exultationor her for advice. Her great experience Vehicles Harness> Carriage and Wagon Materia
nv..ry flint anil third Monday In mirliniiintli ) U at their service free of cost.
'" at. H ]I'. iu., lMrp; .it the ManoiiloTomplo. in his idleness GEXERATIOXS can, 8t.il1lmd whole na- ,

I I ul ('ommander. . .. ..Harry AVIlxon tiona'into captivity, can still open to us: the doors of three worlds, can Saddlery lubber Tires
,F \ AdriaerIJmaWaanl. . , ...r.It.\VaikerII. blade. Him Tired.
'. Hankerfenoorc .. . C. Colliding stir that scarcely bear the look of our
still
intolerably we can First-Class
us so Affectionate 'ItUI'OI'j.tI, dear sit Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
i' ..... .. .. .. ...... /y I. Maiiriuvllle ,
,I i'I'{ Clerk ... .. .. .. . ..,. ,J L ('H.rllth..r4 souls. It is miracle and one that happens seldom but each mas- down and rest In your elegant new
: a very -- --- - -
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11 M'atcliiimu ... .... . ...... J.N Waller How I
I "Sentry" ... ... .... . .. ...... J .l>.t.:nnmH that the miracle (}.hair. Worried 11 unbuild- can
has had
H words is
Ulrootoni... .., . .......J I' t4llaoa terless man with the hoping, or hopes, rest in that chair, Emily when I know
1,I .It I'ylet and H .T Norton I ; In Some of Our Best Sellers
him. that the man U likely to come at
1.1 Call1pI'hyolllIn., Wcxiilinon' . . .. E.E Kulllni may be repeated again through tiny moment to collect nu lustalluient :
All vlHltlnir are cordially Invited to
attend the uieotlnKa.Con lit lit lit on It?-Chicago Tribune. ..

i r And why not.? If a tinker in Bedfofd jail, if pamphleteer shop: Star Brand Butter, 5 and 10 lb. Sealed Palls. . . . 27
':Young married .people' ; says a Chi- Fresh Pork and Frankfurter Sausage, In Kits . . . . $1.

keeping in London, if a condemned French thief or an English admiralcan I' nose proverb, "Hhoulil have their house Choice Mackerel In Kits. . . . . . . . . . . i ,

J be the medium for making necessary words, why not ANY MAX built round "MO discontent can fiud uocorner I. .t In Tubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
In It.
UC AT ANY TIME ? And our work, which is only concerned in the I

fW IN rnt S L perpetuation of the record, sanctions that hope as kindly and just as ,, Ch.....".rt..ln'. ('''''cl. PtHii.n."y. ....1. onNalurra I -Consumers, write for our Complete Price List.-- -
DY (ATE ,
;, r USINf S S.i cruelly as nature sanctions love. It suggests that the man with the Tbe most succoKsfiil meiliclnca are

shall wait the of achievement and by with I those that aid nature yhnmlmrlxln'M The Co.
words step
.i ll : upon man step i Cough Remedy nets <>n till. plau. 'rake Enterprise Grocery

"' a 4sit .' him try to tell to the tribe. All it demands: is that the magic of every ''It. when you have n cold and It will allay ,
1m cough relieve the IIIDE aid
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expect"ration
word "shall, bo TRIED OUT TO THE UTMOST BY EVERY ,: open the eeciellons and aid ray 1 17 Bridge St.

I.Fj 3IEAXS, fair and foul, that the mind of man can suggest. I; condition.tore In restorlog Thounaodn the,system have to testified a healthy to .--ucli"Ollyillc.:"" - Flol'I(1

Fj There is: no room for pity, mercy or respect, for fear, or even for ; Its superior excellence.. It counteracts

/. legality, between man and his: fellow man when tho record of the tribe ., any tendency. dice, of'l:!;n t cold cenm to result I,. rce; In sU-pneumonia. .">.-) ::JE3I::1TVE: :B <>"':rHIER:: :: ::

.' cornea to bo written. That record must satisfy the keenest and deepest I! cents. For sale by All Dealer. I'HONK 31B, KSTABH3IIK1): 11414K'

+i SELF KNOWLEDGE of the present and satisfy also the shameless W1IISKII, AVIJVKS, GINS AM IHtANI>IES.

curiosity of the future. ATLANTIC COASTLINE ----- Beer.
--- Express Prepaid. Lemp's
... .. WHEN IT HAS DONE THIS IT IS LITERATURE OF WHICH Tor
.
.b. Ilrnten by a Woma Fu11luart m80""re. 4 lit 6 Qte l 12QtaHnntIiIt FalHtair .
Iu the Douiewlmt famous. case of LITERATURE IT WILL BE SAID IN DUE TIME THAT IT FITLY Club, Rye . .. 52 till itt es U eeNelxou Extra: 1'nle.Siunflurd' .... ... . .
EXCURSION RATES ... .. .. . .. .
County Ke 2 tat ( 2t 7 //10 4
Mrs. Hodden's ,will which \vus tried lathe REPRESENTS ITS AGE. I SAY IN DUE TIME, BECAUSE AGES Monogram Ky.. .. .. . 3 u10 8 1M'Haml" Mult: extra .
supreme comt many years ago, THE MERITSOF '. "oW" Rye . ... '". 17/\ //I tAl U tktSocial I I'nt>iir|[<'r, nninrt|, LIKE INDIVIDUALS DO NOT ALWAYS APPRECIATE nro1oe.. .. Ale, filnCHUnlneg ... .. . .
a GI u tai
Daniel Webster appeared an counselor A RECORD THAT PURPORTS TO REPRESENT THEM. JACKSONVILLE.: :: ;. Malt I Whiskey :: : ..:. : : : : r.s a pal U 50 I. stoat pints v .. ..
for the npuclliiut. Mrs. Oreeuough, Peach Braedr
:tvs II'M'I /WO
I -QUlt'KEST TO- Apple Brandy..3. 7II/ ') II 110 Bulk Goods, Jugs Free-N<
xrlfc of the William orI'
liev. Ore-enough Holland tin .... .. .. .. ..... ...rtu, 42b: 721/ Prepala.
I West Newton, was a cry pelf pos.j Wasbington and points East genera (41n........... . . ....8711 II un 110/ I > G
aian> per j vessedltnenH.. Notwithstanding Mr. The Grafters Are the North CaroilnaCorn..2. M ( 01'Z IJII "WJ.oo", 1111-Itje. sin, ( urn, ItunMttlity.
J Mountain fore .. .... .. ... ..3711 a tat 11110 per
,\Vebster's repented effort to disconcert $'.)JI.III: ) San Francisco, CIon! sale .lamnlca' Ram . .... .... .2 Wt ( 211 7 211I1..rord \ < .
Hnlll . ........ ...'". 1III{ .110 per ( ..!.-Rje, Oln., Coin, Huiu
Lor she pursued the even tenor of dally; limit (Ict. il.: .3 71II 'N! II 110nr"I'e
I Real Muck RakersBy Brandy. .. .. .... .... ... ... fur the iniiner.iW.I.IMt .
.3711I/ un II10/
.73: Atlantic : side '' reach .t*
Ill X. daily
Ler WilY uutll WcbHter, liocomluji quite City, J..on King of Kentucky IIon.h..n .....371I/ / ''NI IIIn/ per Uul ": 41" Rye. 11
limit Oct 31. ....... ... Hrunily. Mellowed by Aim.W400 .
fearful of the rl'lInlt.'nroKI', npparentlyin ; Port Sherry or AnlleUc. .2 110 8 'ill 7110 I1Ky J
per flnl -Mi-tnria( ISjepwln
I great agitation, and, drawing out S. McCLURE. r-latfailn Publlaher1IE $ 1&03lagara; Falls, X. Y., on sale Assortment allowed 011 all g.wds or .""10 price.41ULtiQ18. . .. Mmiiclnul (jtmlity.VeMt .
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Ills largo snuffbox: thrust Ills thumb "muck rake" man as created by Bunyan and tho common dally; limit Oct. :11. --- '- n
and finger to the very bottom and car- $..J7.H Washington, D. C., on sale dally; 12-1U-12 \ AiluitiH! St. .Jacksonville, Fl.t.
rig n deep pinch to both nostrils C and accepted idea conveyed by the term are entirely different. limit Oct. 31. .

drew It up with gusto antI then ex I took occasion the other right to read that part of "Pilgrim'sProgress" $17; W> Denver Colo., on sale dally; "
o :s: .A s. :E3r. 00 |
: "C' &
tracting from his pocket a very large limit Oct :11. ...
dealing of the man with the muck rake and found
handkerchief he blew hid nose wltlt a $..J.),.,;; Dr. Haibor, .Me., on sale dally ; BIT. S19W. n.rst.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
report that rang distinct and loud ho was one who was always drawing to him the muck-typifying limit Out 31.M.m .

through the crowded hall a and other worldly things-IX PREFERENCE TO TIlE Chicago 111., on sale daily: limit
lIe then asked, "Mrs. Oreenough, money Oct. .11.:

,was Mrs. Bodgeu a neat wotuauT' CELESTIAL CROWX. $:1.$5Vrightavllle! N. C., on sale. daily ,

"I cannot give you full Information If that is: what Bimyan meant, which class of men represent muck {; limit Oct. 31. '' FOR
2Q'y
as to that sir. Sho! had one very dirty $54.10 Saratoga! springs, X. Y., on dale ExpRtss
trick." replied the Mltuess. rakers in the recent scandals,.the officials or the men who are conducting daily; limit Oct. 31. PRJ+PAID' ..

"""bnt was that ma'am t the investigation I The. question might be \carried to the beef SPECIAL OCCASIONS ,
"
"Mio took suuff! -ItOHton! Herald. *:IS.-10 Hot Springs, Ark., on sale daily
trust, the Standard Oil and others. ninety days.

I'nthu. In M :\...... AS LONG AS THESE SCANDALS ARE BROUGHT' FORTH THE tl7.<>.1 Memphis Tenn, on sale Sept( t1, 3

A speaker at n Methodist conference DAILY AND PERIODICAL PRESS WILL CONTINUE TO TELL OF 10, U, 1J: ; limit fce.t.| 20. 1' a. '
'I I told this, story which: he said was related |:.14 S 11\>: Toronto, Ont., on "al# Sept.. 12, QTS QTt
,. to him by Bishop Hnrtzell: "Tfie THEM. 13. J.I.l: limit Sept. 21; extension -
\ bishop, while on u southern tour meta to Oct 21 r?

'j I darky who was the father of sixteen Xo trouble to answer uestioni.]
children the youngest of whom was Excursion rates to other points. L I1"n
scarcely out of arum and on asking Limits, schedules, Pullman accommo e
him what the youngster's: name was dations and all detailed Information to t n f
t received this 'Judas 'Scnrlot, ,shove or other points cheerfully fur- k Ir F
reply PRINTING ttr
THE OFFICEDoes
ADVOCATE JOB
nl..h. .l, ..1'I\t.'t..n npiicaiii| : in person ,
I nab. 'You don't mean to tell mo that I 'jt
l It .
ur j .II. 11 I
that Is really his baptismal name do CP t 'I
.Fn.txi C
HotLsrox,
t
you? asked the bishop 'Indeed. do
Bah. Ain't dutti Sorlpt'rul name?' 'Yes; District Passenger Agent, UiS' West li.iy'

but do you know who Judas lacurlot :Street Jacksonville Fla.
was?* "Course I does sub; but doan ... ------ .
do Scripture say It would have been all Kinds and Description of .,..nr4 fur Ihet Yaltst n_wl.etfl1). .

I better for Judas 'Sea riot If be had never UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF -" - -- -

been horned?* 'Y....; but what has MEDICINE RICHMOND"
'I
that to do with this, little chap vlaanu I THE OFFICE)
J poor STua fiT McQUIHt. M. O P.C.IBIPIT. ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING
I Uat's jest It. sub; date Jest it. It This Coffer conform to the Standardsased
,, would hare been better for dla poor by law for Medical Education. Scud lotBulletin
JOB PRINTING No.It,which tills about it.
Mttlo chap If be bad never been horned Headquarters
Tone he.t.IoSINCI'" D.parhaee4MIOICINIDIMTISTATPMAAMACV
.
and dat's why we calls him Judas
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COAST ADVOCATE:. TITUSVILLE FL).. SEPTEMBER 7, 11106. 3 .
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Pl'Ofol"'siOnn.l Onrds. Notice\ uf Special Law."VTIVu TITUSY1LLE FLORIDA. j CURIOUS LAND LAW. .

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-- l.hl"3'II'III'n| ' .ftho Inteiill.in I,. --
/- EO. M. ROBBINS .* y.1'1) } '" the IBl.l..turo of the m Owner* In KrlKlum l>.. >"l Controlllryond .
r : IL.- FlodaatItreaulareaeldun. )' | In the lent it (,vrtMlii !>..!.....

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR (.otutty. to K'nl.IMwllll.;in KiilMtancu,,"' '111,1'n!law follnwn for. ,lirei'artl A Favorite Spot In a Favored One of the iMirloiw i>lms
All pct untitled an Act. III Rllthnrl the Board Secton llio wirtb of ' more than it costs.Lucas.
AT-LAW. of County C"IIIII\I.MI"" 01 Urevarll rouotreach'year'Pr -The Famous East law In lU>\Ulum; la tliut 11

t alhlit'olllli' ', landowner beyond it cl'l.tnlut'lth/ tloi"
Coastjof
twoan ; Florida.
Stale
practice la and United States I'"ra. rnr Ih" )ulrpoee If 1 LUy_ Paints
fill\ Court. lug, uuu'lum'ry tn hcild( III.rt .urellc" road.n not U'loni{ to him. Should the OWIUTof
.
caulcounty.Ha
the Hiirfnr iliscoM-r u coal or gold t
It enm'tedby the l..JII..llIre; tile State ON (Tinted Gloss)
THE BEAUTIFUL :
TITUSVILLK FLA. INDIAN RIVER
Office at or 'lnrhll1. deposit", uiulorlylns, ; his property 1m S s let x
Section I. It 8hlllll,0+ the of the best of all because best
duty Ioar"
cattnty, Ce1nnlxllmers. of lI'evnrll' of must. first. ulititlii it icovoriuiit'ut { Oil I''''''- pay they cover ;
Comity Flur I
OAULDEN, ids spun the proM.tllrt tl 11..11I "r the look best; and wear be>-t. Beside
(ere , lute or uat Place to Kit-out for a Cruise slou before Incan 11I'1l11mlllug opera
D. littered p..tilhll1e V".rs.signed'whit ate by II.IIIR.Ilrtry Freeholders of the of wad rpJ\' Down Ithla Far-famed River. tions. The laud bl' 'ol\.1 the p.cHcrllu'ddepth that, the price is low

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, euuutyoekmq nillle. taxii for\ witch fur yrai.an luhliu..nul l I"i. two yearn levy. for"f two the Fine Fishing and, Hunting In ", 'hll'lWl'lIl1h In tbI'll'"' 1m* W If you want to save money, insist on ,, I

jHI\ practice, In all the Courts of thu state la0e';'"'! '>f''""'hlj imwhiiii'n to hued hard SIIr- The town of TltaiSYlll' Is situated on bees dlseoM-red may l>e eoweded to n your painter using Lucas Points Tell
florida' and the United States Courts. nt two llIhltl'iniiiH r."M" '" .nl,1' 00111,1' %. to le.v, a tux' pel.ololllt'l', than the surface owner hint to ask his dealer,
p ii.iuh ,
year fur twiieiini, upon all the Florida Da: at Coast Railway, 154
I.u 13x,286. Tl'rU8VILLFLA.. I |l'wP'JI'tII| fiulil county HIII| |(.<.t'liy law to taxa- who may opertltO under ('I'l't,11jO'I'I\ John Lucas & Co Philadelphia
law tlnn.tn IlInhlltt'1|be let 'tel.Sectmu | to "'" """''' IIIXO. ro''ro
WEBB 2. liiolev" >' MI alrt taxes provlilnil\ of Palm Boach, and 212 miles. UIn'II<'I' of tlia' mirfueo' la", entitled to
j. m-relimlmll Immailo l bv thll.lllolllurorcl (If County north of .Miami. The Tltuivlll branch: of viiliw extracted. Titiisvllle
I "inn UBioimriat 3 per" cent tho :roo..I.1 l It) .)as. 1'1'1..11111' % Son, Flu.
1I"lIlIIe .
1 required hv law fur
the levy nl" other of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa & Tho mine to tho Korerimieut nit __ _ ___
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW ituttnxon and; In the pays _ __._ ___ .__ u _
iiiniiiuir rciiilreil| liy law Im' the levy or othur Key West Railroad now controlled\ by Il1ouutlI.t"I'IIIIII.1 by tho vnlue andImportance
I I. WiJl practice In the Courts of tho 7th futility taxi .
,"Ircult. Taxes paid for non-rexidents ""II! t).1..11'!AI l.txxUtiardiaut's the Florida East Coast Railway Co., of tho coiiceHHlonT after Mason M. Clark Co. '

ud rents and accounts collected. also runs Into the twn-Ihls being the whlcli It must pay to the KOMrriuiieut u :

FLORIDA. Notice of Intention terminal point of that brapch. Thereare sum proportioned to the value of the !
,
JTTUSVILLK to several trains arriving dally from total extraction. The govi-ruuient Commission Merchants
ainke
--- Application) for names the conditions underliloh the :
Jacksonville and Sanford during the .
rjEMMIXGS & ANDREWS Authority to Sell Lauds mines us w1nil\ other Industrial\ ostabllNlimentt I

teason. tilutll \ln operated and protect 110\ MUUICAV M'KKRT; 2CKW YOI K'. ".
of Wards.vror.HKis As the Brevard
county seat of county
ATTORNEY YS-AT-IA, !" and "KafcKiianN' the health and
It has a court-house and modern
a
workmen well an
li\es of the IIH pro
FonT PIERCE, FLA. I unrtfeHV; OIVKX:: TH\T ov Jail; building: with rarely over two or vldeK for the public mifety.
J_> the'thddvof' -..' Tomatoes Potatoes
or u. noon, thuumtt r ax jierltloner I'HIH' ut ton.ran in ho, three Inmates. The population Is over Tho .minister of Industry 1\1I.1hlhOr Pineapples
(
QTEPIIKN1 E. FOSTER, heard! the iindvniKiieil' lu (tuarillan of Alln-rt 1,000. Illness Is so rare that one doc appoints it state lioiml of mining engineers i
onkllnic, Homer ,"' and
Coiikliiiir, iiilniirn' wl 1 apply; to Ids HUYII".II..o limmr. Hen). tor In town finds ample time to act as authorized to rejinlntp tho w ork-

ATTORXET-AT-LAW H)'Iorhln.\\llmin IJonnty Judge" of Hrevnnl manly, Justice of the Peace and Notary Public lug) of jill\ mllu-s. and nil establishment l KANAND: I ALL }'r.OHLDA'lm.TAlIr.l: S Dun SPECIALTV.
at liU ulllfe in rittmvlllo. Floridaror
Jyal-Upchurch Itnllding/ ..1ax..IACKSONVIL authority to cell! the Inton-xtn of mild iiiinnni In besides attending to his medical considered! danjjeroiM or Insanitary, .
the"llmvinghtmlln Hrevnnl shaft mines -- - ------" .
county Florida, whether or open iuarrles -
while the other finds time
.F., 'LA. via: The South ', of Lot 3, uf !Suction' IS, Town. practice to
clop all South "",, JH East: uoiitiilninii to go hunting. factories coke oven plants or briquetteworks. ..
'\'rOM mire or 'lo a. .-Koston. Iloln: P. K-alilman A Co.
STE WAit'f, I MATIIK (;CONKMNH Here Is virtually the head of the In-
0.A 2-8 Ouanl lan, dian River anj the favorite point for
A ZULU LEGEND.Odd :Ml Washington .st. I NEW YORK\
FIHE INSURANCE. fitting out and starting of numerous '
t 11>:3 Mmrny: Mirot. J N: Y. )
cruising parties during our balmy win
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Represents only strong and reliable Story; nt the Orlxlii a.Tlila Mnr.MlffW .- :
Low ter months ; as everything necessary to ......1.... '

companies. comfortably equip a pleasure yacat. Tho Zulus account for their crlKln

j] Onico corner' Palm and fine Streets can here bo obtained at the most reasonable "nays' a correspondent of tho (,'onnll' Oranges Pineapples

1'I'fl''VlLLE.' FLORIDA. prices. This Is evidenced by Centleman nII1II..I1I. by u story of a

Rates the fact that the same parties have talking! elephantUi\, <> fed upon children. -

GENERAL DIRECTORY. been coming here annually for many He met woman laden withinux and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. ::1

winters for that purpose In ami bundle of fagots, accompanleilby ,
preferenceto
her child. thu Him We represent "several' of tho liiitfcHt.!", shippers| In your /State, and wish to re; rcsen
VIA. arcing elephant
1 U. S SENATORS.: any other point along the East

J.P. lUllufiirro. ...JurUgonvllla.iHMullnry Coast. guessed Ills Intention and pleaded, you also Give UK a tilnl ,1111'lI1ellt.| KutnblUhed. 30) ;jcnrg.
. . 1'eiinucula. plI'1J my (child oh, elephant! Tlio
To the southeast of Tltuuvllle Is tie:
U. "Then said the - ---
8 COJ.URESSMBX.PnnkClnrk ; = SouthernRailway elephant refused. ,
wide of salt water bay (about
.Lake City. sweep mother, "If tills evil must happen\'

iM.Hparkiiian fin..I),; Liuniir"' ,.,.... ...... . ylouticel.o.: : /: : six miles In width), formed by the wag wallow me, too oh .elephant\, So tho for your. Store. j.
ters of the famous Indian River Here elephant' M\viilloucil\ mother and child AWNINGS for Office.
IT. S. LAND OFFICE. your

H 1S.'hnbi( .. ....... . .....L . . .. .neJtMter. fls.li Ing. wild duck shooting sailing and they found th"I1IIII'1with all the .
W(t. Ibbinon. .... .. .. . .lleu lv..r.Ollloen and rowing can be Indulged In to the other Children Mho were eaten pre for your Dwelling.

at flamenvllle Florida.. heart's content of the most fastidious vlou>d3'. By and by the child grew hun .

EXECUTIVE DEI'ARTMICNT.: sportsman.On gry and tho mother lit n lire with 111'fll.tot"
'ii'"luun H. Hroward .(Invt-inor. Made by practical awning makers
rt.|Clay) Crawford .Secretary of state. $4101:; DetroIt, Midi., nnd lotntn. the ocean beach nearly In a direct / She: thou with her nx out sway

V.V. .Knntt:: .Treasurer.' TIcketH Hold daily ; limiieci' Oct. .II. line east of Tltuavllle Is Canaveral the elephiint'H) ", flesh) cooked It, and they .
l W.H. Kills: .. .Attorney. limn, Croom,. .t. ?..Comptroller.HEMiLIn Club, surrounded by over 10J00acres
... . ; i ; ; : heat rtll'lthe\ elephant with pain and
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CoininlgHloner AKrliiiiltnre.
:SH.IOaralot.; : Springs, N. Y., and letnin. of land. This property Is ownedby Write I
WM. HolI"w..8u..t.. i'nbllo IUMtructl..n.I.ChlT..rlllt. . from which to select.
Fneter..AdlutanWleneral. ) 'lickutH oil llI lily ; limited some of the most prominent and he ran and run and ran till\ they felt us .

l lobn llrailfurd.. ..8urve;..r-G.,neral. Oct. :si, IIIIH;. the thunder of hid hoofs racing over
KK.Ki.no. State Chemist.EniMt wealthy residents of Boston who'come hill and valley\ At length exhausted, '
AIIIOH .. ., Exauilnur.unices *:).">.!lj); Lake Jeorpo X. Y., aDd retmn. south to hunt every winter. 't .
he down dead. her
Using Bros.
at Tullullasnee Florida. dropped ax. McGinley Company'
Tickets !diilylinilto I ; l Oct. :Ill The .
cool refreshing health-giving
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE lOOil.i the mother chopped and chopped until ,

t. .... ozone-laden breezes wafted across from ; Kite made an opening In the elephant's
I'' HIIII"oll.flaml.: ... !Senator.'! '
.K.OInwtead, Fort IMarre . ..JWI.re.entatlve.| $IS IB; Niagara Falls"" X. Y., anti ie- the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay 'I 111<10. Alter tills they crept out uud became West Palm Beach Florida
turn Tickets Hold daily limitedOct.
SUPREME!: COURT .IUDGK9 ; are one of the most enjoyable featuresof I a new nation In n new country.
:Ill, I'.KJO.
V H. Mtbry ...CII Ie' Juotlce.rR.rurter this phenomenal location.There . ,""We want an agent In TltusvillejBarjr ',
..AKSIH late JU.llce.R.r.TIII.lor. ;:1:10: Toronto Canada aDd lotnru.Tlckctn r '
$
. .. .... .. ... .... .. is a large area of primeval Upon nm Ventilator .
Hold dally ; limited Oct forest and It Is not generally known, l but mostbeekeepers
prairie land the
n\ir.Ro\i[ \UIl8SI0XEH'I'!' :.11, 1'lOli.is4 !/ :. beyond
will Inform that such
!'ff"",,,,, II. Hrowuu, . oy'VoMt. northern, southern and western boundaries you
Hlhulmin I Hurr .. . . .. ...Little Hlver.I : I 7" Atlantic < 'Itv, X. J., and iPtnrn.Tickotit Is the case, that each las I 'hl\'o him u
I II..II teat' . .. .. ., .. .. . .. .1 KC''IIIIII.'ork.) ... .. .... .. ....111..1.11..a"llIartero 1'.In.(, of the thrifty settler to till the I
"elltllll bees the hot
') und ofllces at TallahiiH. Fla. tllll,( Luring
fertile soil, which, now abounds In I ,
CIRCUIT COURT.tierS.InneaTihtwville $",275; Xewpoir, U I., and retmn. ncaxoim their ventilators/ station them-
( ('Imlll!.Jndjr'. 'I'lcketH sold cl.illy ; limitod Oct. game. Here can be fount quail, turkey selves" at tho entiance of tho hlvo and

C..IniioH' Orlando .. l'roaecutina\ Utoiney." :SI, 1'lim.! { and Jeer hunting to suit the most fan the Interior with the lucvssont motloifof --
Hprlnir -Ponrth Monday In Mari-h..
ardent huntsman.
Fall Term-Fourth Monday I In; Uctoher.HRivAur >.17.00\: WaHlilnirton D. C.. nnd'lretiim./ their wings. These ventilatingcorps

; > COUNTY\ COURT. On sale daily; limited Oct. :Ill, 100(1(} Titusville has shelled street, electric are usually In relays of from Where you find Shield Brand Shoesit

IR.WINon .. .... ... lights, a reliable _bank several fine four to a half dozen, and they ore re
... ... County Jmlire. t'olfl.O' ; Chicago' III., and return On is safe place to trade because
u a
L.dHtiliiuii ,1'ronecutlnir Attorney. brick stores a Board of Trade five 110"04lit\ short Intervals l by> fresh workers ,
1A.atewart'! ., .. .. .. .('oluityClerk. sale dally ; limited Oct. 31, 11101\ ;.
who keep the fanning sold by reliable merchants
Sprhig'renn-ennd)' Monday In May white churches large fisheries- a tan- up\ process.They they are .;
BHtiimer Term-Second Mondav In Ai' :n.t. P'lllMenllorand' ( Ticket OHire ning extract and palmetto fibre factory arc kept at work" by u sort of everywhere. Be sure to ask forRiser's r
Term-Second November. St Phono 713.J. .
Moiulay JOS W. Hay patrol of bees, which Insures Incessantuetlvlty .
Winter Term-Second Monday In Fol>riturj.TOUNtV -- --- -- ---- an ice factory law and real estate offices
\ on the part of tho fanners during '
SCHOOL HOARD. C. LUSK an opera house a wellorganizedband the time they are at work. This King: $3.50 Shoe

''R.Mker..Superintendent.. ..... Tltimville.Vnnlmni. District l'aMMenll'r AIlmt. an armory shooting club a large story may sound Htrtingo" to those who

''luna\entnre- -E. II. Arnold| .f. A.1\la'abRri Carter tfnrnhull; R. K. Minis. and comfortable hotel overlooking the know but little concerning tho wonderful for men, and you will get your .

COUNTY: COMMISSIONEK3.A bay besides a number" of boardinghouses ) Intelligence of bees, but It Is itHclentlllu money's worth. Made in 37

A. (.'onkllnK.fhalrmaii, Tlltman : Win. R. FINE PROPERTy FOR SALE In various parts of the town. fact that bus often been authenticated. styles and all the popular
4'l
TUmviilfl' ; .lohn R Mlot diannla; Tho facts all presented should havea .
'r '. ttootan, Cocoa; T. .1. C'nckahutt, LxIlnnte. -I Leathers Patent Colt Vici '"
tendency to direct the attention of ,
anon" nlftr', Me.Mlona are held tint Monday In each IN BREVARD.ST. LUCIE AND many prospective\ visitors to our cosy nii-t-and ftickiKnx.It Gun Metal, Box Calf, etc.

DADE COUNTIES. I h. n broad, rule that bolh'd milk '-o
HREVARD COUNTY: OKKICKR9. town in making their plans for the; .r

'.p.I'ennevTltuxvllle;. ..... . County .rudice.' LAND FOR SALE, ht Lucia and Dude; nod pudding made with milk agree M C. Miser Company
''U Ratudan'rituxvuie' :. . .. .... 1'rolAtt' counties J1ellcrlptlonurla d : West winter.We morn frequently than anything to restore ,
Lt.! StewartTitnlyllle . have a fine Masonic tall In P.t.Cult.
.. .. County Ulerk.
. lId west ofxouth Manufacturers
)1"'lIlnn.' Felt twHAll'rlrtlavllle . . ...TaxhIeotnr.1.k119aIk e.int I.4, "ec 10, township 3J:!, range :11/: >, Tltusvllle where Indian River I/xlgo restore a Hick person to more ordinary ATL.lMIT GEORGIA IMucher.

I I r. 1Tltaalln.! .. .. .Snperhreo tarot.. 1(11( ::!U.10U( acres, St. J.ucle county. No. 90, 'F. & A. M., Indian River .Chapter. diet. ,begin/ with white llsh. boiled.I'lnice .
It>. Frlr., ..! U'unt Ja of nut. thwtJMt '4 aDd wellt j TltIl8vllle.. . . County: riurveyor. or pole boiled In milk ID excel'leiif.
,"Lp'lir.s. :l wnTlumviie| ., . .. .. ....... ...Hhirltr.Norwood of southwest tA,140C.:1L: ; township :.U, Chapter: No. 11, Order of Eastern Star; Never give potatoes when,tho digestion H
Tltuaville.neglHtratlonOnlierTITl'SVILLK : laiiKeSD IliO acniH, St. Lucie county
and Titusville Camp No. 141 Wood .
> 3 \ Is bad.\ lu place of bread give
southeast sec. ,
of 14'
Northeast 4 .
TOWN COUNCIL.- .
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H. ". Nilson!' mayor 'T. N.. Wailer marshal township :IIS south, range> -41 east ; men of the World meet regularly.The toast Often then Is n craving for .
iiikx' )"'",,"tor; J. 1).;EniilM, clerk and treailrel'loh clo oto.lv( Wood's pineapple plan- East Const Advocate Is pub- adds. In such eases give lemon juice .\" . .. .- .1

I K! i. IlIIIIIIIM.I'M IIfflnr.Vi K-1"tax a.Kei. or It' (>Prltrhnrd. A. Stewart ami, ration on :ht. Lucia river; 10 acre, lished every Friday morningand by a diluted with water 111111lWl'I.tI'IWI.1 with I
Urafly II.
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( *", Dade columns sugar: when allowable or with micchu- I
tot : | ahlerman The council meatulumitiny county. glance through Its advertising
lu! each month. Also, the norlli nt lt of northeiintt..BBO I you can easily ape who are the prominent rill In diabetes. A craving for green ; ,' ,,;
TITUSVILLE BOARD OK TUADK.nr 1 18: townnlill :3-* south, range of town who stuffs should alwiiyn be satisfied.\ Nature Painless Cure Curable Pain
merchants -
our men
IL N. : fork of M.: I-nne
., ..r.llolIlln..I'ro.f! | i iilent.r.; :M. Dlxon, traiis- II 1 eaM' ; m nontli herself In crying out (JIve watercress
I II UiiMt Meets necond WBI"u'ht dIIIIY |- Jo Iadecounty., are up-to-date citizens and who are
Herretary. liver acres
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v but withhold! \ radishes, us they
-. in each. month at their rooms. Apply! tq W. A. IJAf.r., Stuart (Kla.] asking for your patronage. Read the are dh'llcnlt to digest. Never resign yourselfto suffer pain. Women'spains

WANTEDHv Chicago: wbolonalo and mall ads. on every.page very carefully. are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
'0'r h'l1I.e. """'""ant managerthan or woman) Fewer Oiillonn, ; Wears", Longer"Fewer Sample copies of the Advocate will The KUIilitic Plerta.
'' conditions of the female which should be
tn'l''Jc"1""y Penney be sent free, to any part of Canada lit localities off the Scotch organs,
'''''1'''".gtipaidheeklyEeexiperiee gallons ; takes less of Pevoe many
\rt arentrod leraattent Work pleasant; position; tiermaiiBnt. Lead and (Zinc. than mixed paints \\ eRIII and the United States upon, applica coasts and the coasts of Norway the promptly attended to or dangerous: results will follow. I

Hee or exp nuiice required. Spare lead l and oil.| fishing grounds lie at distance
nil
vnh mile" Write at once fort particulars' longer ; twice RII bug tion. sonic
"'d
noIII.e: .....f-a.hlres.ed I | euveloM.| Adilrem from the shore and the start must be TAKE

General M.tnuger,131 B_ Lake St., Chicago.P FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB IMUNT1NU The Tltusvllle Graded! l High School made with the ebb' tide, sometimes! In ,. 0

remember! the ADvoCATE: office. has an olllcient corpse of teachers all of tho middle of tho night, All the boat

- whom bold flret-grade teachers' certificates of u single locality generally, start together d '
-- -- Bcd has a school term of eight ul

r e >o months. Here the children are given und to one unaccustomed to the Ill IDe of ( a
GRAY HAIRRestored Instruction free, nod prepared for coil sight the spectacle of :2UU to Rig fishing F

Icifl.i!; 'e courses, under good moral conditions boats putting off from a harbor\ like I
to It's Natural ColorARMSTRONG'S and axuoclatiuns.I'll Yarmouth Is n sight/ never to bo for

ORIENTAL ----- gotten.London Graphic., .
IT COMES TO WOMAN'S
REJUVENATOR IVi.... M Iturn Promptly ft< ..ll.r..'i by I RELIEF '
. HAIR
ha%". ntthesnrrlvalofthenit' We thanilwrlulii' I'nln nd., ... lion UN. whenever she suffers from of woman's and : .
be biting
,Hn-cime.,. the lari.( +t.ed houne In the iLinnle compound that can "Uonuu" ought to be "l I -TO>UK) oil our wish mlil to, urow rwhetl'rllinnHn the" mont applied I* a. \T, HOM !!:. A little! child of :Michael Straus of It It evidently Intended to mean "i It not only compels the pains to atop, but It'follows up and drive out ..4y

.'1 tlowpn.u ''ttlieli. anil. +itiH the...,ilii.IIlie"t-Icrrj'vi-uo-.. +' i; l'levefte i hair; I from turning heir to Itrny.Kr Its natural. Vernon from, Conn a bunt, wa on recently I the hand!: lu and treat as good thing" und! therefore.should be the cause of the pains, which prevents them from coming bacls. ;:,1

'u l. Se-J Annual free to all I I I .o"'r.e"n. the. grayest> ;l every neeond day f"rc" cold pain application only Increased the Inllirumatlon neuter, not mil IfCII!I fit'. The word Is It makes you well. Try It. w;
jant*. ., .. appiiml,
found as early us 1773 but no one *
I Mr. Straus cams to Mr. Sold everywhere In $1.00 bottles. ;
)l> C. r.1. FERRY tL CO.., '" It two i* ""** twice or three times a .lAineit' N. "I<:h...". a \local\ ninrcbant, fur knows who was time Ignorant or willful
: : Del toIt, Mlah.KELP . :r. \nappronmonth color of the Mr. Nichols sinner against, Latin that Introduced '.
.D \ the natural! something! to stop pain.
ill> ,
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I w preserve WHITE US A LETTER "WITHOUT A PAIN" ,
I life lime nays : "I advised him to use Chamber It, though roiijiTturo assigns; It .
any hall' fut" 1'IIIIt" \.111 one' or Iain's Palo lUlni! and the first application to the Ixmdon Stock Exchange.:\ freely and frankly In strictest confidence writes' Mary Shelton of Poplar "

Doe packaue and will\ last a gentleman. drew out the inflammation and gave telling us all your symptom' anj Bluff .'\ ., 'I I e"n do my housework, .
IS OFFERED I two months; immediate relief. I have used this liniment trouble We will send free aJvlce although, tefors takiiK: CAHDUI, two '

Ills.m' with dliertioD postage paid, myself and recommend It very Great I'roroeallon. I (la plain scaled! envelope), how to doctors bad done ma no good: I can! .;.

WD.. \VOR.TAilY YOUNG PEOPL1FaI Sent full Regular size :.0 cent. often fur cuts, burns, strains and lame "You say, madam that you were I cure them. AJJress: Ladies' Advisory truthfully say I was cured by CardulI :
:* requeit nil young poraon no matterd ttlalllize 10 cents. back and have never known It to dis I sneer great excitement when ;rOil Dcpt.Th. Chattanooga Medicine Co., I want every suffering lady to know of I IJ

", a ..ghuane.aLrainingantiSOOdpail<- \VM. J. ARMSTRONG appoint." Fur sale by All Dealers. truck this woman." I Chattanooga, Tenn. this wonderful meJIdae."

11!. *>y "Yes. She had just found the family .. \
dependanesavipMobableIrtuneh 60
t ". .I.i Imp'td"lay. Write 6 WesNewnYori* City. Send the ADVOCATE your Job Printing Bible with ray age la It.. !

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KESIUFNTS 'of Titusvllle wak. JAMBS. r-RiTCUAKD President; WM. M. BROWN, Vice-Presldent.
are
EAST COAST ADVOCATE
-TJXE: : 'P.E1LR. OI': TO-J.A.Y-:
ing up, and houses, stores and WINSTON S. BRAMMINO, Cashier

l't1DLISUED EVERY: : FRIDAY. fences are being painted and re ABOUT ORANGE WRAPS, 13
paired. Carpenters have been very INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
Entoreiiat; the 1'oxtoltlcwi at Tltnm Illo, Flurlda.AIII''Ulld.oll. ,
In Tituaville this
; l !... matter.IR4aLK. busily engaged t.TNITED ,
summer, building and repairingfor
: .. 11. WALTON, i.dltor: k Fnbllnber our regular residents. The COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
moat unsightly and 'delapidttted J2P2NEBEPAPER '- Authorized capital, $1OOCOO
.BaLY JOUHHAL DITOTBD TO THB D$V lrOPMCHT Paid capital, $25OOO
houses in Titusvllle are owned by up -
Or THB INDIAN alga, LAWORTH .. non-residente, who should be compelled ] Average deposits, $2OOOOO

AND BHIOATHB' BAT IBOTIOM to either place their propertyin :a.

Dleoolltilluane nf advts.wuetbemadeper order, or have "condemned by Transacts a General Banking
natty at this ollloe or by wrluwg.Oheeketo.nul7 the town authorities. Some prop.
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erty in+ this town .is not only nn THE BEST MADE AND ONLY BY r Business.
betnadepayabletoCnaLSRQ. to visitors but" menaceto .
WALTONpuldl.her eyesore l i
e the health and prosperity of 'II-i.tueville. -UrvI'"rEJl> :: ?...1E1We CC>. 1'j Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
ST-1 In writing t<>the ADVOCATK for Inform
tloti Btampott'addreHiieil envelope.Address no tax upon improvementsbut the C Countries

I j all oominunloatloiiato government goes after those who are sorry to learn ,that some Jobbers ;3 Patronage; appreciated. Prompt net-vice voids

EAST COAST ADVOCATE do not improve their property.THE recognizing the fact that a majority of the I treatment aud every favor oonaixtontwith. cuu
TITUIVH.LB. FLORIDA. ? nervative banking granted.CCRItESFONDENTS
i 'packers and growers will only have Japanese, :
U08TOV 01"FCIiThe: brat nh HoHtnn oDIneOf
recent harsh attack Empire TruRt N4w YorkV ,
Company
TlIK KAur (OAHT ADVOCATK-at 24 Milk upon knowing its
tract,nnu l. In charge or Mr. Carl I'. Mellow, l\Ir..J. It. Parrott by the DeLand superiority overall other orange a ,tl .y. The Clurltla National Hunk of Jacknon\llli
wbi will make lvertlnlnK oonrrnru fur thin Jm" ksonvllle, Fla.
\, pa|>er. Mercury, seems to us to be very papers, are trying DECEIVE the trade by : I L.A.
'C1rrU'ILLL, .
uncalled for and we are confident
representing to have our paper. _ .. __ _ _______ H __ __ ___ _ _ ____ __u ___ __ _
the people of Florida, in general,
U. Department of Agriculture
will not indorse such methods of ..
Weather Hureuu-Jupiter( Fla. unjust attack upon any good man. About that line of .

1 Mr. 1'arrott is a servant of the USE THE JAPANESE-THE BEST. a w =

,, The following is a comparative state Florida East: C..ast Railway, and
ment ot tompoiature and rainfall for the he is merely doing his duty for -*KE N KUTTER GOODS*-

, i week ending-100(1 Tuesday/ ,8ep 4-, 11)011.p 100(5DATB. ) (.- that company, just- the same ns The Most Economical-.-' o Waste in the Bins.
other good Servant would. We .
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I l' 2t!u 80 75' ,87 74 deplore such personal attacks up. They can't>< be beat !
, IO 8 io 31 87 78 110 711< Mercury stoops to such methods -
1 87 78:: 8-< 77 "U J'JED: J.AJEe:: oo. '
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to gain notoriety. by
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.. 87 74 8S 71 Atlanta: a-a.
I m 7U\ S7 7J: Header, do you snbacilbe for the J< A8'r
Departure Total rainfall from for normal the week rainfall: .0.1 for Inch.the COAST ADVOCATE ? Write for samples and prices for plain or =_i JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,

week: minus 1.72 Inches. Departure printed orange paper.
1 from normal rainfall since January 1, WEATHER REPORT. TITUSVILLE; FLA.
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plus 1.1.71: Inches. -- ----' - -- -- ---- -------- --- ------ -------
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UAL.P. IlAnom,Olliclnl In charge By Rev Jan. II. White olmuiver for ---- -
Weather Uuiea.ii, U. 8. (loveinmont.8UMMA.UY Lorillard :Boat Co., TJT'US"V"XLLE LIVZRY: ST11=: SXi1.

1 11)0(1.) ( ;
FOIl AUGUST
:NOME::; : of the British police wear a T1TUSVILLE; FLORIDA. W '
straw helmets! In the summer. Highest temperature oa 10th . DJ.O: !) - -- __n_ FEEl AND SALE 1., mn SADDLE HORSES)
Lowest 2th!) 7U: 0
Mean for the month . . . .. . I'll.' AGENT: FOR THE- -IF YOU VVIS.II. To- ...STABLKS..: .. BUGGIES,
cal Average; mean for 25; years . . 81.1 .
DCUING the year Just closed Highest US "In I 18I!) ), . 81.8: TERWAAT & MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOATOr BAGGAGE: ,, SURREYS
15GO foreign automobiles were received I.o\\ctlt" :2.-I:> "In Hili:!. . 77.0
in New York, valued at Italnfall In Inches . . . ". , :JJ.-47 MA RiNE'IIASOLINE: ENGINES., TRANSFER, "s *t L and TURNOUTS of
!$1,726,180.f t Average; for ':'JO) yeais . .,._ . 537 lease or store one, write na for terms.
Oieatest 2\1! In 1880 . 1:>.77 n ;! HAULING ETC. ggs fcor. ..all kinds..
Leant 21)) In 1UOO . O.as! av _,.
IN the mountains of 1'anay and I'rovnlllutf,: direction of wind;. K: .
other islands of the southern Number of clear 22: r j 1 4 Boats and Painted I 3vr. Olsbian
Philippines moths can be scraped ,fair ... . . . . 5 W dl g I Repaired TITUSVILLEIn rear of Kobblns' Law OalceFLORIDA
cloudy . . . . . 4 A hiC. y oa =
the The have -- - -------- --- --- -- - ---- ---- -------- -- ---- -
up by quart. natives day with rain. . ., . Id ... .1
learned to prize them as an' article days with thunder . 17 Of ,

of food, and they now collect. and Inland Homo, Merritt Island, Fla. y i ,7, .a. Engines Installed and RepairedBY }.Fewi.rl.: : .ting-: :
eat them in large quantities. n a/ '

TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The a c: COMPETENT WORKMEN. PAI>EIUrA GIN(}, KALSOMININO, VARNISHING, STAINING, FINIShIYb
q ow SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC,-ETC.
THE Winnipeg Commercial says following aro the times of arrival =cn S. I Old Furniture mado to look like new Mirrors, Made( anti lie.Silvered
that the wheat crop in the Canadian and departure of passenger trains to and I ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Reasonable Hates
Northwest'!! this will be from TltHsvllIe: .., -
year
Prices low ls consistent with
as as
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about 97,000,000) bushels, which it SOUTHBOUND... :.;.. good workmanship. Terms t CASH. "V' "WTITUoVILLE EZ.I:=: RE= ,
estimates! will sell at 65 cents, a Leaven Tltu.vlll"for Miami and I 3:16 i> mmturmmllata .. I Ino
bushel. The population is about point.at ) 11:M 1" in __ u ___ __ Shop. In hcrlmgeour Building/
NOltrHIIOUtlU.teaveTltuivtllafor FLORIDA.
800,000, and the amount to be re.ceived ..Jaok.onylIeI\ |:0n.pin . .
from the wheat alone will Intermediate.point at J :3.::
be $63,000,000. 'rrI'VH"ILLANVOIID> IIUANriU
THE NEW CASH GROCERY STORE.A
(Dally,except Sunday) .
Leave,, Tltu vllle for Sanford }I 3 N:J{*p :J"::

TRAINS and steamships arriving Arrives Tltiuvllle from Sanford ]I J';|:jj| :jj JJJ: . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES .
in Jacksonville, are crowded dally HAY, OHAIN.FHUITII AND VEGETAISU>
I by Floridians who have been to ..- -- _. -- -. - We buy as low nn possible, and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest
Look over our stock and get our prices before buying.
the mountains and !seaside.! We
are told'there I is a tremendous rush MET.Ps.Z R30X:: :: :: : :OOPS, G. H. HEATH & CO.

of people who want to return to ,

their respective homes in Florida -The Best Hoop Ever Offered to Florida Growers- TITUSVILLE, Corner- Slain -and Hopkins- Streets, ', KDORl"'.'

As soon as the cold weather sets -- -- ---- .. .. ..--
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In North, many thousands of uiw-4rII: : E'4 ,' '='" ,. -
Northern residents will(wend their PARKER seOS.,

way to sunny Florida. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Cut the .Exact Size for the Standard Box. '
--- Tin nX1d Shoot; Iron Wor3 ors

THE :Florida newspaper men are TANKS OF ALL KINDS :MAPET0'ORDER,

promised grand old time by the It ROOFING-TIN AND. GALVANIZED IK-

Jacksonville Carnival Association, _, .,., t _ *? BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A S1'ECIAf.TY.
and if they do not enjoy themselvesat Dealers in BICYCLES AXD BICYCLE :SUNDIIII'Gol2ortL1 ,
the Carnival it will not be the
: X'LopnJ.r: Worli -
fault of the committee, who have Packed In Bundles of 5O Sets of 3 Hoops Each. - .. .. ,
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already EAST COAST kindly ADVOCATE remembered editor. The the This hoop ventilates, seals and strengthens the box. Makes a strong neat package. ra easily and" quickly EJns1: ; I'lorit: l.n N"1.1rsorJ.osEtT.8LJSHED ,
applied. The day of the wood hoop Is p.tst. Be up-to-date. and use the safest aDd most eco omloal hoop ever 1_
Florida editors will be the guestsof offered to the trade. Blade by standard varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Trees-First-class In every way
the Jacksonville Carnival As. NO WRITE TLT. :NOTE MV PKICJ8: :
sociation for one week, but whether FOrl.EIfiJ5: :: d3 EI"CJ'TOECCN"5C: : Buds 3 to 8i ft. *:J).a) per hundred... Hud 3'2' 104ft. 22.W) per hun the editor of the ADVOCATE can IS and 20 Henry street. BROOKLYN, N. Y. '.. h FREIGHT rUEPAID.dt.lrell1l
spare one whole week to sightsee under patent owned by T. F. Nevlns, of the O. K. Tool Holder Co, Shelton, Conn. ,
;JX1.: :JJ"I. ROOd
I ing and frolic, remains to be seen. East Coast .Agertts-EAST; COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., Eau C lIIe. Fla. DRAYTOX ISLAND, f.ORIDA


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f EAST COAST 3STETWS. i St. Lucle county-Is claimed to be tILl Morgan & Walton :II I

FIRE 1NSCRANCE In reliable companies at banner county in the state. The editorof I; J JT1.
lowest. ral... Real Estate: liamllml nn cmuiul -
land for sale In
: ******************** j Biun. Almttauu. MOKOA.N: > WAI,TON: this paper has some
TltuHvllie, Ma. that county. He will sell It cheap for
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: -.,...- cash. This land will\ no doubt, trebleIn .t'U..s""V1.J.J.o", F lCL. t

. Newsy Note Contributed l>v Our Regular i Jeff Bailey is at work at East Auranta. value In a short time. Now Is your
time to buy anti hold It, as the pineapple
: Corns of En.Ht Coant. COl'1'e *pondents. tA John Deal and" Booth, left Friday, plantations ale rapidly extending.-Ad-
for Oak 11m.James FIRE INSURANCE.RELIABLE '
. dress.C'haa. 11. Walton, Titusville, Fla. .I t

:......................................NN.......* t Boyd, an old time pioneer here, -
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was la Mima last week. and School _
The County Commissioners COMPANIES LOWKST KATES L,

.7- Please send all communicationsand Mrs. :Salina: Roberta was visiting Hoard have been lu "ellllion this week PROMPT PAYMENT OK I.OSSE.S.: ; L l. .

Items for publication to "Editor, Eau Gallie. flieuds in Titusville, last week. Ed. Brannon, of Aioadia, has accepteda C

ADVOCATE, Tituavllle, Fla." Mrs. C. N. Minis is visiting her daughter position with 1'. 1', Cobb at his store i
lu Minis, for t sVveral weeks. ami ABSTRACTS.
Mrs. Summer Wilkinson baby,

23T": We cannot guarantee to publish BAR. OKO.N.VII (tan\. HOD03OX Uallle. Florida_VlllHICIAN, AND BVK Ames Groan Is on vacation fur a Lucy, loft for llypoluxo Sunday. bight
that do reach this office before mouth with his patents at Palalka. II
not
Items bath the surf
Beach parties and a I In 8KK IF YOU RAVE A GOOD 'r'I'FLE'1'O YOU PROPERTY.REATESTATE .
QOOU on Thursdays. Summer weailfur' for the past week Mrs. L. J. Flckliug expects to visit. these beautiful moonlight. nights ia all .

'1 he launch. Big 0, Is being completed relatives In Jacksonville next week. the go. !

-Will correspondents oblige us by as fast as possible l Mrs O. C. Hansel and Miss Ollie Mra. K. B. Raulerson left, Thursday, I

writing the names of people and plat ell K.< /Spiller has alaced a hog proof fence Frazier attended church at LaGrange, for Atlanta and other places, for a few

AH ,plainly as possible yMelbourne. about 'Ins property in Eau. Oallie. Sunday.G.: weeks rent and change.

}f' 1 Robert Mensel has killed live wildcats Nolle has received his orange boxes !Mrs A. II. Penney and daughter, l.ol- IIANULKU OX COMMISSION.! [ TIM BKR LANDS KOU SALK.

tu-datti, anti U and will soon suit, the shipment of lie, arrived Tuesday, ft OUt Tltusvllle, on
"tlIlIHHlllolol them.
; : grapefruit a visit, to relatives here. Your Business Solicited.
!;: Mis. s>. E. Uiubouris now eujojing a Respectfully
sojoiuuat Mrs. B. Wilson, of Titusville, and 11 Mrs Johu Miller and two d.uigljttirH,
state. Uig'fupper Lake, Now York lady ft lend, wale calling; ou fiieuus here, of Eden, have been visiting friends Iu Reference: Indian River State flank, Tttuavllle, Fla. ''I

RICHARD W. GOODE.-Raul Kututo. Notary C. 0. Redstone's launch Bul iue last Filday. town the past few days. 6.-- .A..oo:1Clon.1: : ; Pc>>1:1o:1os: : :JsEn.1oCl.... :

rnlillo and Oonveyanoer. Agent fur Atln& ried a party to the beach, car Mrs. W. E. Vanlandinglinm and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Klopp returned Friday .--- -" ,
Liverpool; and Lonouauddbheand I HartrordFire evening last. ou Saturday of Fott. Pierce, are on a visit to Mr. and night from their visit to Uooigla, both ,
IiiHiiranoe Companies tipecial attention .M 1' I.. K much recuperated in health.Mr. .
paid to the Interests ot noaresidents.ZjT rs )zer.

river The, Treat has been property sold,1 on to the Eau Gallle from Mrs. J. T. MoGulre was taken to the Pummer, of Quay, accepted a position Second Thoughts

:: Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, West Virginia; parties 10'. E. C. R. K. Hospital, Friday, to undeigo In the store of P. P. Cobb, and
the pink paper of the Eat Coast, will be an operation started on his duties Monday: morning.
received at the Melbourne Miss\ A. Florence .
Postoffice. Hodgson
enters St.
Luke's Miss Ella J. Emtnons, a popular winter Dr. Lloyd lettuned Friday night from
hospital New YOlk
this week
-- --- student.G. vl lu r to Mime, la now lu New "Voik his luotuh'a vacation lu Pennsylvania,
as a .
Mrs. T.:C. Nicholson and Miss Mollie city, and will soon wend her way to the looking a great deal bettor for the rest Have built a lasting and profitable savings
Nicholson spent Tuesday In Cocoa. K. P.a l''atol'Yood..on held bothmorning
Wedding bells will In Melbourne beach in the Wyuona, on !Saturday, returning services, account for many a man .
goon ring about 7 Mr. Fitshue, uf Jacksonville, is In mid evening, In the Baptist ,
for one of our most charming p. m. Minis lepaliiiig A. M. '1'ol'wllhlt.u"lIlarge, church lust Sunday to large, congregations. t

young ladies. A Storm Is repotted off the coast, nailing boat, formerly the Cleo, of the .

Mr. and Mrs. Mo Bride have. t.Tie heart- *force'Ich: we will hope will, have spent I a I. R. S. B. Co's., fleet. C. M, llortou aud wife returned Saturday A hole in the ground or a green-and-gold I J;

felt sympathy of all in tip loss by lire of before reaching us. O. C. Hansel has finished getting out night from their visit lu Georgia, Stock Certificate for worthless, "indigestible"shares i

their home last Sunday. Capt. Praetoilus, of Canaveral, has the long sills to bo used! In the moving of both fouling a great deal better for the

Ceo. Ilaslehurst am! little grandson, of anchoied his sloop Anna la Eau Gallie the houses In Titusville to make room change __.__ in some over-promoted Company is ;:
West Palm Beach, were the guests of burbotfor the gale soasou. fur the new Titusvllle depot.

Mrs. T. C. Nicholson this week. The blight moonlight nights have G. It. Cooper and
Seth nodes, of the F. E. Ry. force, Is tempted many to visit the ocean bunch just received .")HO delivery baskets from been saved dollar dollar. I,
home for a vacation. Solh's young betwouu U p. in. and midnight Lt'. H. Porhhea, of Jacksonville, to be Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Holland by

friends are always glad to see him heae. Eau Galliu's\ housekeepers' are putting used, a* picking baskets tor oranges. on Tuesday, a Hue girl.O. .

E. P. Branch bas moved to Front up guava jelly this week. The CI'OPIt\ I,. K Myers Is deputy registration Sheffield and wife, of Fort 1'leico,

street with his large stock of dry /goods turning our. greater than was anticipated ollicer for this precinct, and those not have moved) here, remain permanently, The First National Bank
ami and !is for bus! J. A. Carr yet registeied bhould sue him HO as to be "
groceries, ready noun. of West Virginia, has purr qualified for the November election. Ed Walker! has tinted his place on the ,

Homer. Moulding, of Titusville\ was In chased winter home in Jiau>: Gallie and peninsula to Mr IJIaulou, of Taylor
town, last Sunday, and he spent a partof will bring his family south this oo'mln Mrs. Lillian R. Britton, who has spent county. "

the day doing good work, helping to season. the past seven years 'in Waterbury, C. Reams aud wally, who have been Miami: : : : F'1Q.- '
Conn. will spend the winterwith )
coming
save property from (ire. The addition to G. J'addlson's resl- \
her mother and brother, Mrs. Salina lit Vero for several mouths, returned on
deuce, on the Eau Galllu rivet, is now :Sunday! ,
The various salesmen beginning
traveling
'are Robuitsuud 1'. W. Roberts.

Melbourne to, make selling their tbelroofl'4 appearance/ to our In completed::;plllel'. t and bulug painted by E. Preperatlons< are going on every day to J. Knovkles! and) family arecomfurtably Pays 4 per cent per annum ,
located for the winter ,
In William
gut leudy to handle the laigo! crop of ,
local merchants
for the fall trade. Three or four of Eau Gallla'a citizens Reams bomos I

Melbourne should have a water works extenllou have accepted, and pOHillons more are on contemplating the 1<'. E. C. season.mile in this'l'lIe neighborhood F. .i<;. ti. R. K., has the tiiliteeu coming .1. '1', Jenkins left, Monday, for Furl Compounded Quarterly on All Savings Accounts..

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system. If a wind hands this section
blowing
strong was leaving. on to put It In good rieice. lie will move the liarkor family r
when a lire broke out, like it did last 8hal'".
back In his
Sunday, the whole town might disap P. A. McMillan disposed of some Mrs. O. S.: lUllou and daughter Miss launch. 4 per CSJl.: t_ s-\: .re O-suian.: .J
pear. property belonging to the Smith estateon JoKOph DAY, of Sermons, Fla., art lvad ,

Mayor R. W. Goode has a force of men order Houston of the street court, on Saturday Last. by Iowa Blanche, Illinolso, after and upending Witicouson two months, ale now lu last place week., and IJe do expects gardening to'rent: this the fall.TIM I Idor is far better than more, if with even the .t

putting a new roof on the Pose ullico In Boston and Gloucester, Mass.; but
building, which was badly damaged during The Misses Minis and Burns left for Mill return to their cosy winter home A large crowd of young,: people from Slightest Possibility j
the tire. Mr. Uoode regrets I he damage their homes on Saturday: last, after a here lu October Quay came over on SuiKl.iy: afternoon,

/ done to his trees aud garden, for pleasant visit at Plnewood Lodge with and bath\ a pleasant time at the beach of a complete loss of your savings.

that Florida.< will take years. to replace, even in Miss Uussle Hodgson. To Cure u Cold In Ono Hay Tim Miefilold who''has been In the . _ ____. .__.._ _ .. _ _ _h_ .. ___ ,
\V. H. II. Gleason and family have re- Take LAXATIVUS KKO.MO QUI.NINH: Tab employ of I", P. Cobb, of Foil Pierce,
turned from an extendid trip throughthe lets arrived hero on Tuohday. Helms rented
Druggists reiuuii the if It
McBride House IIiim.. Nurseries
Last Sunday at noon, fire broke out Kansas City and other places. In each box. 25o.; Mlsa Singleton, Mss Hobo and several .

on the roof of the McBride house, caused Sarno Is being put into order for the of the school children spent Saturday at .
by a defective Hue. Soon; the alarm of Kentucky Military Institute, of Lyndon, the beach. They brought back several
lire! lire! lire! out. A freight train Lotus. line TANOKIIINK:, FLORIDA, Ii
fish
rang who will occupy Ibo premises about the a coat of tun and report a very;
came In just t: in time for the engineer to 1st of January 1)07! with ISO cadets. enjoyable time. f
Want Orange; Growers to know that It la to their Interest to buy trees
seethe tire and blew his whistle
he
which was a,. signal of danger, and soon, Col. Fowler is having more sleepingrooms C. F. Walker and A. Minion visited Services at the Baptist church were from their stuck, Bl< (JA tTME they have T1IK BUST::: TKKNH UltOWN IN"KI.OIUDA. I
added to their quarters. loon JUosUITI'I; can only be obtained from trees that have
conducted I
everyman, woman and child knew of the Cocoa on Tuesday on Sunday by Revs Sheffield, an
tiro and to the building School will open on Monday next, Mathl and Holland. A lariru congregation AUIJNDAXCKK-
ran burning ,
which in of all efforts burned to with the following teachers : Prof. IS. C. Mrs. Carter, Georglitua, was a pluas- attended from various points on < LOI'EU, and leaves' and wood that la KNTIKKLV[ KKKK: (hI'' IXJUUIOUti
spite ant caller in Lotus last week.. the river. INSECT ..a'J.::. OUR TKKK.S have nil these OOOI I'OINTH In their favor j"j"Vl
the ground. No I Insurance, but some Crick low, of :Salem! Ky.,,, principal ; Miss t
of Eau ftallie 1st assistant Miss Elma Is the and we cordially Invite your Inapncilnn. rU'KCIAr! INDUCKMKNT: are offeredto
furniture and clothing was savod. Then Georgia Mplller, Geiger attending! Mrs. J. Roberts, of Vero. slater of Mrs
those who will plane tholr order for full dollv"r .
now OUlt NK.\V:
Miss Frances 0.! Arnold of Mala ) KAItLY
'same the hard wark to save other buildings ; school examlnatlou at Titusville this .!. 'r. Jenkins arrived on Sunday laIrll.nobel.t .
By covering the roof and east side' bar, 2nd assistant. Patrons will please week. Is one of the early pioneers to SEEDLESS OKANUK, EARLY AS PARSON JUIOVVN, PROLIFIC AS PINK-
Al'l'LK. Ask us about it;. Catalogue tree
take notice.
of the Post office building with wet A few grapefruit are beginning/ to tills section, and her many friends are

blankets and about twenty men keeping how a little color, but will not be shipped glad to see her.Stnrvhiig. ATlRRyS
a continual stream of water a bucket Ocklawaha
by Nurseries
for The.
time
to - -
The ICrcutli of Life. some come. --------
brigade, that building was saved. During ,
the, lire, number of ladles assisted Quite a number of people assembledat to cuth..
It's significant fact that the strongest
a
the men in removing the household the residence of H. A. O.tfen on .Fil- Because her stomach waR 80 weakened O. W. CONNER, Propiletor.TANUKUINK .
animal of its size the also
goods from the building which is owned I Powerful gorilla, day night to listen to the Victor talkingmachine. by useless drugging that .he could not : -. .. II'I.01U UA.rrOur .
has the largest lungs
by Postmaster Goode and occupied by means powerful creatures.lungs. !How to keep eat, Mrs Mary If, Walters;'of St. ClairSt. ; CKKOCIDK: preparation for the destruction of ants, liens, and other ,

Mr. and Mrs. Goode as post office and. : the breathing organs right should be I More orders for guavas than can be /to?death.Columbur She, U writes? was literally stomach starving{ vermin will do the work
residence. During the fire, Mr. Goode i "My . .
man's chiefest study. Like thousands of filled. - -
bringing 1.0011br -
They are now $ weak ---- --
wa so from useless
that I f
sent out the mall at 12:22: p. m., and Ora A. : of Port and drug
others, Mrs Stephens, crate. Bananas limes are also
could
when distributed It came In at 12:10: p. m., it was all Williams, 0., has learned how to do this. bringing good (Irlce I not could ea'not, and sleep my;nerves and not ao before wrecked'thl1t I Florida: F:rcl.aJ.o Collogro '
usual without inter
as any hho writes: "Three bottles of Dr. King'sNew
ruption. The buildings along the river of Mrs. Chalker came over from Rock- was given up to die was I induced to try Ta,11nhassoo.
Discovery stopped my cough/: two
front were laved also by hard lighting, and cured me of what my frlendlltbougbt.con.umptlon. ledge 'on Thursday, and spent the time Electric: Bitted with the wonderful result
years pleasantly wltli Meadumielger that Improvement began at once, IT OS.SIHSIM IT KMIIICACKHIdeal ,
plenty of willing hands applying water b, it's grand for very
and Osteen until This. is bur and a complete cure followed." Best
from Tuesday.
buckets and hose. throat and lung troubles." Guaranteedby location. College' Liberal Arts.
health
Mr. and Mrs. K. W, Goode wish to express the I Red Cross Pharmacy. Price fine first visit In a year. by the Tonlo Red Cross on earth.Pharmacy fiOo Guaranteed Excellent<; eiiilprnent.| School fur Toucher ,

their thanks to all who so kindly and .1.1)0.( <> Tilal bottle free.Georgiana.. Standard curriculum I
--- Nchol of Music vocal and t
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helped them in that hour of danger. Indianola. 1 Well selected facIlity, InatmHeatuil -
IIICttV/\Itl COUNTY T.U'UIUJ"; Spacious gy 100.1111. 11 III. metFr. loc I UI I Ing 1'Ipe ur g ao.

Well Worth Trying. I ,- STATEMENT: : awlmiiilng,: pool. new instrument. ,

Mr. Koergerls critically 111, with little Heploinbcr Ut, 1U4III.Halanoo Twenty-acre campus. School of Industrial Arts, lucltidIllgh .
W. II. Brown, the popular pension at- hopes of his recovery. I ca..lt mi hand AuiC lot I'HKI... MWt 1X1 moral environment. eluding Domestic Mclmiee and
torney, of IMttslleld, Vt., says : "Next to Mrs. Pierce and Uncle Hughie are Amount wtvei m Aug. futMl. ..., 44? Ho Admirable college spirit Art.
' pension the best thing to get is Dr.King's and tuelr Miss Louisa Cannata has gone to heiv- Steam heat electric
busy gathering shipping scuppernong Total ..'10OHit: light. School of Kxpiesslon.
breeze for short with her friends
New Life Pills." Uewrites:"They grapes. They will be all gone I a stay Lent warrants paid In Anir. HUM Young ladies contemplating entering trio College this Fall should writeat
Mr. and Mra. John Field.
and delivered l .
health. to
keep
4'ouiiiilBnlon.:
In splendid Baldwin Is also County
Quick my family in about ten days Mrs. -r".JIlr.h,1. Hoard.. .... ..... .. :JN'1'.1/ once for dormitory room. Session begins' Wednesday, September :W, and
cure for headache, constipation, shipping. The blackbirds are destroyIng Preaching next Sunday,the \Uthby the 'continues eight months.

and biliousness. 2Bcts.. Guaranteed by lots of grapes. Rev Win. /Stones Thu Lord's supper Balance hand ttotp..IMt,10/JI,. ....!.!.UU 13 For catalogue and detailed Information write to
Itod Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. will be observed after the morning iter- -
Miss Nell Owen and little Edna spent vice. ABova HA.Ann.: in era: AS'yoLLOwwI, A. A. JUUIUMIKKi':, President
pleasant forenoon with Auntie Hughes [)' halted' in fnillan Sliver State' ,
Mrs. Dell Munson also ..nk.a |par 1'ashier's cartlacateeb
Malabar.Miss Monday.
on and In the afternoon the Misses Deafness' Cannot 1 he Curedby tacliail" to monthly repnrtend. oah .......................... ..........................
called
In Hare. ...... .... ... .......i 1:1,1/13: 13 e
Munson and Ruth Allen Mr. and local applications, as they cannot ,------
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Callle Mime Is visiting at R. A.rnkling'a. Mrs. John Brown and their two child reach the diseased portion of the ear. AbAHOKI HKLOHatXn TO. KAI'll I'II".U YOG ?

1 "' ren. Miss Winnie Dixon, Mrs. Ditwley There is only one way to cure deafness, County Itevann -',

I I. F. Farley bas the frame for his and two children. Mr. and AIrs. Brown and that Is by constitutional remedies. .". Itoadanil HrlilKR ruuU.. . .. .. /MM Ml I v ''."w building.: up also called on Mr. and Mrs. White, Mr. Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition .. Flue HullilJnic and Kuml Kurfeltiirn.Vend..e'r2N 11 41 11: / DfLfJl age| cell that wllhtanlldl" wltLoul ruiinlnirilowu .. |
and and Dr. and of the of the Eustachian PERSISTING: AMTKIC/tdK: '= f
and Mrs. daughters mucous lining FeedlnrPrlewsr.Fetid! ..... TIT M 10011' i
Miss Frances and Horace Arnold 1 spent Mr Wlttfeld. Fortunately they were Tube. When this tube Is inflamed ",.,,.,,,. Kixulli'uiifl.. :Mow.. ... No. I. . .... nan ,* elloNeArre Jf It a marked cliirartarUtlv of all Unit hnttcrle N" other cell 2 !
' \v., days at their friend Miss Ilelseth's, there when Mrs. Brown discov e 'at )slo. had burned through, and in a and when la 1 entirely .. ; v
stove pipe imperfect hearing, II. 4 New :Nana : : U'IIT.USaoU: : ''OI.TAOE.:
Slice Louie Comstock is spending a few minutes the ceiling would have closed, Deafness is the result and unless tame Waplon Fund' .. tot mi'roj I "f'ir.'..,. ....." A very feature. of,,1l.8UaUnl..a la thnlr' > IX I
> rtr nf IMceaaed Parsons 100''I1"nl extremely
Kuml. :!!
, ok with her Mend Mrs. J. K. Bottler, been In a bU e. She quietly called Mr. the Inflammation can be taken out County%rho.l-4icuanl l mini: ,......,.,,1,1111.51: A Ml i .,' 'b i l low l "'"anil alinont pertei't tlu|>ularUatl, <>n. raiiultT XK
">> Brown and explained the situation so as and this tube restored to Its normal con- BfXiuUil Tax Huhool l>lt. No.1. a 41 I I ".*:ZT'2ZSX**' lug In It strong .and.uetainlntr. lm-tro motive Ic.rro when the Imt5 it II
Hock '
ledge. not to frighten Mrs. Wittfeld. Mr. B. dition, hearing will be destroyed forever: .. .. :'t. II ail\ : : i :,,.,s .:.:;L-k t1:: airy I..* being. drawn uu. LUaU LirK tIILLII-TJlI: !: JUtLTA.; 1r '

Trapping Is still going on. Mr. TlniAll soon had things safe. If they bad not nine canes out of ten are caused by Ca- iI..clalllcJ'I.,1 l fund "0" BUM' ..... .. Isis! CIO ... I rzoiv.4.za: uo :J1'JS z3 1r it J

', caught a few foxesaud Frank Forest been there, there Is no doubt that all tarrh; which la nothing but an inflamed Total ,$12IHM1 1Jniix 4* | wg t. SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTING AGENTS., '

caught a few coups, the houses would have been burned alone to condition of the mucous surfaces.We IfmtHYi County Tr.amir.rIC : 1_ ___, .. ___ I OC Oc>>a, ::J.181n. :<: .
.'be MissA WilletteK the ground, as the old people weie will give One Hundred Dollar for -- .
Arnold and Miss with : at that time-Monday afternoon ihe any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) -k '
relit week
spent one day this near together that that cannot be cured by II all'. Catarrh
''a., bvcdiliouof! Va karl.,. five nothing cottages coaU are have so saved one of them. Cure. $"nd for circular, free. -- - --- -- -.--- .. ... ___...._ _ .. _'h' ___-.

Miss! Julia Ham, after upending a few F. J. (;CIIKHKT Co., Toledo, O.
intha with her parents, left for Dover, Sold by DruegUu, "So.;; Whitehall Portland Cement. '
'', H., where she will resume bet duties "To Cure it Felon"says Take Hall' Family Pills for" conntlpatlon. -

,'' teacher In the School. .
High Kan. __
of ,
Sam Kendall, Philllpyborg CO' Barrels w'l! be received In the next -
alxly daya.
Miss Buckles ArniCa -
Lena Conkling, of Bonaventure, "just cover It over with [hoe JCe..nlrlllg. r st
visit to Malabar Salve and the Salue will d* the rest" Costa a little more than other cement but la better.
hieniayyesterday reShe is going to spend Quickest cure for burns boils! sores, ID BRICK* Fott IDccNT t '
the winter in Oklahoma with her wounds eczema, salt rheum, I do all kind of boot and shoe repairIng
City piles,
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music teacher. chapped scalds hand, sore feet and sore e1.e.s. and do not forget It. Opposite Ja - East Coast Lumber & Supply Co
- Red Cross Pharmacy, II- Pritchard t; 800. .t"DREW!: Giasox, ,
Only 23eta: ; Guaranteed.at TltusTille, Kla. For Sale by All DruggIst EAU OAf.TJE FLORIDA.
JOB PRINTING done at this office. tu.vlll r ,



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NAVY BEANS. Greenhouse Construction. Florida East Coast Railway.Local

"I am told by nu expert carpenter .

CvAtbcrlnw and CurlnK A Good P1.M that a hip root greenhouse' would give

For Slmrlitnu. more heat In early spring than i a 16 '
66 In Effect April 1906.
The ripe beau crop uiuy; be pulled by straight one." To an Inquirer asking Time Card No. ,

,- band and thrown Into windrows cou- advice on this proposition. a Rural New DOWN HORTH-BOUND-READ UP.Wo. : .

'f Ulnlus two or tlireo! row (>oncli or It Yorker wrIter replies! : SOUTH.BOUND-READ .

uay be cut by u "bunu hurroMtlng matilne. There would be no special ad vantage No.78 IIn.98

\1 < which doc the HUIIIU thine. It In regard to sun beat to be had from 99 No. 29 STAT IONO.Lv Ollly7Z1pm Dilly i
D.iir I III
; .should! be left lu tbu vows u couple of building your greenhouse with a hIp| Dally
_.........Jaekaonvtle: ...._._.........Ar .IT1- i
days to wilt and dry anil then 1o1L"T1il | roof. In addition to this. It would a onpm 9 20ftn .. ____ ._... : ....._._...._. 7 17pm 841" n
the of the vine cost the 6 OHpm 9 Ham .. Anlln.llo".... __........_. .. ISpm 14'."",, I
menu plnciux probably owing to extra ..._._ ..l t. :
: more : ..
7 3"/|>m 10 40am 1'I .............. .. 6 84pm 646' .. I
nr ..._......_ ......... llaatlim: ....... \ ,
i. (root end h2)) around a stake driven labor In construction, and the jolnt.ttflZ 7 6.1pm 11 11114.01 lOamDoni. .1 ......N..... ...-....... Kast Palalkft. ........................ .I II 201.rn 'Ill 116i'"m

firmly into the ground. If It U Centred Is 4l C, ';' 'i 8 OHpm AIt-;.._....._._.. I'a lat k..N..................!-vLv. 4 Ml'rn
# ie2 88:11'1174.lpm: \ ............... l.al..lkll..A rAr. 114r.pm 6 r. .Ii 1
to seed the ifeld to whent the vines ; 11 10amA ..\......... _
, Held for L ( s..i4fI,\ I ............_ ....... .m11 :Mmiteo ................... ...LI.v. ... ... ."""
be removed to another i ....
may \I mpin ...... ...................Ar .9'i; pin 6'i.m
- i : .... .......... 15am; ....................... ..Hun MaU'QLv. _
tho purpose> of pollute" or HtiickhiK. { .N. ....::...................JJuiiuelUi' ........................... .. pm- I I
roll* bavo been xuch uncertain g ( >pm14pm 13 U8pm: : .1 .................._....._.. I'n pun .....*_...*M**...***...... 4 211pm511pm II fl'' II'I ,
II 40pra ....._......_....... .. 8 6 Pill,
things under unfavorable/ condition 9 4Npm 1 13pm I ........................... Ormonii
: .. 8 4r>pm 4 4II'
that for a number of yenrs I 1mvo UllfllDK.ur 10 ODpm1O 2ipm :i':::::::::::::::::::::.....Port Duytona Orange.::::::::::::::::::::: :: 8 8r>pm .81",,,
1 a.im' ? .
10 3",01iii"iili 11pm" 2 oopm Ar.s: w Smyrn........................ .2..15pm -41. :" ,",

...._................ 1ifl1eIun .................. ..4Lv 1 00pm 6 11'1"I I .
BA4II.T!: MADE onEENBo BL I % et 11 11 2Ham 4 441.m W>loIIl|, Arf....__........... OrBllllOI Cll'.............. ........t.., I 12 60pm 11'>111'I ) I IIS
i'gj1 .............. 12 45pm05pm '
UoII/ltnl/ I a (101.014lOpimi ........ ..... Orange' t1ty Juinctlrn'S. .t. 1" I I
are more likely to prove leaky than :2 i iI Lv........................ :New' llnvro....... ...._...........A r 8 051'10 4'014111S. '; I
those on a straight roof. .\. straight , 3') 4uPI.lii i 1 40pm' ..........................Oak Hill ........._-...,_....l'VJonion .. 2 401'10 3KII"
roof with rise of about Inches 11 Alpti.11101t111 101.111::::. j 3 111pmOpin Ar........................ ....lt\iivllle...,.>.............. .,... 2 1111pmliT 8 Olio"mill")

I a eight -6 ( Ar ..........................."" ... ....,.._-. .......iLV MaIOII "
to the foot It the most practical to ; ..._ .... .............. 11 IOn,.,
way 6 3111.nl I M /r>'>..m Lv ........................... r< .nrord. IiOpm
I build a greenhouse, though a lean-to 16 14pm" Lv.1. ............... ........ ..,...._...... .......A r 2 800"2 I-
bouse as the one slope structure Is Four Each Week. 12810tllt PIn j 8 Mpm .. .....-......_-......... ('o..oo............... ....;........Iv 1 S I pin 22ut I.
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Sailings 1 20pm 2 I' ,. .
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commonly called would not require 10 1:1 1 Oit'l SIIIm 8 4 22pm Mnra :, :::::::::::::::::::::::Inum! ; JiW.7.7;:: :::.:..7:.a.'::.. .::. 12 47pm e111'I"I

E 'I I I. ................. .._._.:11 Ielbnllrno ......1................._ 12 87pm 1 :.:.;11 I
steep a roof unless the front wall was BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 11. 'lain. B WpmniOj.m 'I ......................_....0 1".lIn n.........................., .... 11 62ILm 12 ..11''"
very low. A very light and easily con 1 2 4tmlllSo..m.l '"1 rt oopm a ......... ................At. Lucia ..........._............... .. 10 (r Mum 1200".1
.. .................. 10 Sham 11 r. ,
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[ (I I'.pm .................,...Nl..ort I'lerco. .. .I IIl I
tructed greenhouse may bo made after Calling at Charleston S. C. both 0 87pm' .. ......... .........._......1.ll>hBII.............................. .. 11) 17am 1 II:': ,
ways) 8 maul ... ............ ............ 10 llain 11 1'1
the plan roughly Indicated In thldlolCt'ow. B I 'amS 6 .llpmII 1 ..............................1..1811 I IIt
\ .. ............................. ............................. 'I'I 10 Mam ()I I I ,
In which part of the from The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service! 11111..11 4'.n. WI'"ItlII71'| ''' .................._.........Stimrt" ............................... ... 10 00am 10 r'\I\ III
1 1 wall is of glass/ and part of boards. 4 Oltm! 7 3ipm .. ........................ I HobeHuiiml ......................... I.'I .. 9 a lam. 102\11"\\
4 .u..m) 7 :Opm ........................ \\estJuplterVoit ..........._.......... .. 0 IHnm 1001'1'1119801'11I';'.
The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Ii 1..1114"anl, A r> .1 ...................>..\ I'ulm Ituach ..............:..._ 8 41am ,
Ins Stood the Tent 5Yfurs. pm .. ..................... I.II 8 20am o 01
5 8 llpmN ........................... Jiormcm .... .. pm
The o'd original; UKOVB'S Ti.mvleiit. Direct Service: Between 5 J r'UR G )pm ............_..............? I>elrAr ..........._... ........... 8 12am 8601""
: "s 0 40.m I. .....................J..ort Lam4erdalo. ) ..................... 1'I 7 2i>am 1 51'pm'
; Chili Tonlo.011 know what you are Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. It 4.11I ] .. ................._ .. lliam /
6/171111I fi 47 ............. ...._........ Pants.... .. .. 7 1/101'11I:
s':: taking. Is Iron and quinine In a taste 7 M"m 0 OKpui pm .1 ........................... lie 111111 ale........................ .. 7 Oliaiii. 18111''."'
less foi ni. :No cure no pay, A0c."White (Calling at Charleston !S.: C., both ways) 7 lI. amI 10 :Jiipm') 0.. .. ....................Lemon city .........._...-._ 0 4.am:! 111pon
rn4 mainS 10 ........._.......... .Miami ...................._.-.NLv 0 lOamNo.18 ; 10',111),
STACK.ar SEMI-WEEKLY SAILL"IGSt80utbbouotl. HOpui .. _........................ \ .................. 8 0111.1''
.. ............. l...- ....................... M laml. CAr r
.. .... .. ... .... . . ...... ... ... ..... .... . Boston (K"IIOUUIlIIt f
Enamel Ornament .. ...
; arrangement similar to the one th,' warm weather a I'opnlar.With new note NorthlMiund.. ..., . ........ .. .. .... ... ........ .....from foot of Catherine.rroruLewl.Street Wharf JuckoonTlll .....-........... ;........................llomestuftcl........................JMo. Lv .................. 1:1l1Opm: I
shonn In the! cut says; a corrosponJeutof '
l-'ariii. Field and I'l resideTblu Is In Jewelry ndornments. has! been struck I ..t I'arlnrCnri on tralni. 29 and 78. Iltiflut frloepltig' Can on tralm 00 and 08. .1'.1't

llttlo says the New York Press. A girl! In Clyde St. Johns River Line. I>uily r.M'i'pt. Sunday. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
very cnslly ('ouHtI'u tPlI at or no ---. -' =-===---
: expens.c.11)' Hurt of available) poles Lenox bat made her rivals grit their No 23 --j;;;: I& -, No.18 No.20D.n No.22Daily No Sat..24
) BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SAXFORD. No.21 .17 No.11I
teeth ber ornaments of sits.d
by wearing D.II,
" or sticks, iniij- |lit> UeI I luwlieil together t> iliy MAYPORT DRANCH.Lv..JsekonvtIle and
;r.; with pieces of twine or small wire. white enamel' with her white gowns. Stopping at Palatka Actor St. rrannln. BereaCordisLand), and intermediate landlng So e. DaIly l. DaIly Dolly Sun.E. DaIly i 8un.Onl.

, The platform built ten luclies or One day recently she wore a white on the St. Johns River, ooiuineuolni Wednesday, :November iii,lI5) Only Sun. I ,

:' more from the Kroiiuil.. jivrmltx a. free dress, white shoes and a bat with Steamer "CITY JAC1<:SONYILLE." 01407'I' ''I i's., lit Op 2 flOp 10 00tt \ ......._.Ar.ftfiuth 7flfla .. 840.. loop 8001"' !III I e"'l"'

; : I clrculutlou of air umlerueiitli and no uj> white peacock feathers. Instead of In apiiolnteil to sail as. follawat) I Leave Jackfionvllle 8unili.yBt Tuesdays and Thuradayn* at 1).3 011.1'):: .I fl 1 :2'p,' //11"1)1110', 21"20'47)", Ilosait) HI',. : :::::::...... Hnlilo,!:.InmikIIflatltO..LvI Jlrnch: ....::::.... i 620.:!. 1100"IIa2a 12 IH.'Op: Mp1nT 11121I/ /:lop! S)4llp 1 Jp)

i; ,. j through the and I'vcvcnta the Bottom showing emerald l or sapphires. which p. in. Returning, leave Santord Mondays' \VeiliiegiU, and ITrUlaya at 11.30 a. m. IOu: ;: .::1IU'I.J 1 : ., .."J' 2 ll1a 1 II') 4 IaI .........Atlnntlo Hcach........_ 61"a 1 11414* 12 LIp III LIII,, 8: ip
I .Ii / from pile tnulilluff. fly are said\ to give a fine finishing touchto 8unLb-tiound JS,>orth-Bouna ,.2.'I ii loll oop I (It)* Ar............... Mayport ..............T.T 6 011* 7 411'1201)n) II 0411.'" 8 J"p
layer; arruug- SCHEDULE.':

li \ ;: .t t lug cross sticks ax shown u cover may white costumes",, she bad a whiteenamel : ll Va.a,l down.30 p. in. .. . ... ...,.. Jacksonville ... ...... .. . ... ...I Arrive It''a.1 2 up.00 a. m. PINTS; ,CLAR:; AND OCCIDENTAL; STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.

I'll 1 I be placed over the top that will prevent belt buckle ditto brooch ditto Leave 8 40 p. m. .......... .. . ..... . ...1'"laLka ...... ........ . ...... Leave 8 CO p. m.
'". ruin the stacks from parasol handle and even a white enamel Leave 3 IKI a. ui. .. .. . ...... ... . . .. Astor . .. ... .. . .. ... . Leave S SC p. m. of the P. & O. S. S. Company for
, entering Leave 4 30 a. m. .... ..... .. ... . .. ftt. FrancisBeresiorti ... ..... ..... ...... Leave 2 00 p. In Close Connection Made at Mliml with Steamships :
t,1'J ;, above. Beans cured In thin. way are c-hntelaln watch. Leave . ............ . ... (j) Lauul) . .. . ....... ...... Leave. 1 Oil p. ni.
, uniform und free from mold. The Arrive 8 30 a. m. .. .. .... ... ... . Sanford .. .. .. .... ... ..... .\Leave 9 30 a. tu. Havana and Key WestTwo
i very With the Ilootrrn. Arrive 10:00 a. in. .. .. .. . .... .....Enterprise. ... .. ......:.. .. .... .., Leave 10 00 a. uiCO .
: poles may be kept from year to year
l : and the platforms stored In piles or In The healthy hog Is the grass fed I Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, J 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Sailings Each Week.


o f t bulldiiiK ---- hog.A. thoroughbred boar-that's what .. M. IROXWONOKK' JH. AuIu4t. Hen. Pans. Airt. 122 West Bay St..lacfcsnnvllle. Fla. Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
W. (3.COPlittJr.Local frri.Agt. Jaokminrllle O. P. LDVELL, Superintendent Jacksonville
......... you want. root Hoitan St.. Jack,onvlll... Fla.
Sncar which trains be exported toorrlve at ami dopnrni
show the times at
Thoi.TlmeTalilMTr may
Itrood cows should be neither poor A. C. HAOEKfy Oan'l Kiwr'n Pass.. Airt. New" Vnric CLYDK MILNR' Oi\n.Frt. Afft.,New: York. unus. atatuil< not Knaruiitut'fl
; It' \\1I1,0IlMI71., Michigan, Co1orndoebraBka 'THKO. U. KOKK, V. P. and General Manairer. "m the .4fv.TuI .'" ) but their Arrival or duj.arturu, at the "
S and several other western nor fat.Good. General Oftlces' 1'ier au Nurtli River. Branch I UiM Broadway:New York. IOul H I u 114 COIIJI.llny| to bo held renponslblu for an) connequuucGH mUlug tburulruui

;A I 1 ', states the nil ar beet I Industry has developed bedding Is always necessary In C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltunvllle, Fla. Por Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

I t ) Into a ery; paylnK proposltlou. the hogpen. "
Recently efforts have l huell made to Don't try to keep more hogs than "SEE THE'TICKET AGENT.

.' tart It In Iowa, according to Kluiball's: you fin! feed profitably. 1-- I. n. RAHNRP.! "c..t.. o.."i Pass. Azt.. :.T. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

.j S I Dairy Farmer. sugar beets usually The more the hO/tsllve In tho pasture Atlantic Coast Line. -- -- . --
the better will/ do.
J pay good money to the farmer. They they

Increuno the Price' of the laud and en.I Sunshine and fresh air are great disinfectants. .

I, rich It. They need n rich well cultlvut- Don't shut them out of MalloryLines

;i ed Boll and plenty of care from the the hog bou..... Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia

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S time they come up until harvested. ,
This 1* the great drawback to the In- A Gauruiitccd Cure for 1'lles. _
1 I North Carolina and South Carolina.
dustry. Miifh of the work has to be Itching/ Blind KUiurllng Piottudlng; SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

; j done by ham In the states where Piles. LirugKlHts U iiutti-tilztd: to refund -
beets are extensively rained" labor Is money If Puzo, Ointment fails to The Great Highway of Tiavel From .

S Imported from IIITKU cities to attend to cure In 6 to 14 day.l OOoOrowlnw ( Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
S Florida--East West North and South.TO
the weeding and thlunlutf." AMdo from -NO OVERCROWDlNG-
Cteorprla Melon.
these two jolm the work can be clone
\ I lay off rows \1) by 0 feet' each way ARE POSITIVELY these
with emma horse and very siuij.le. Inox- THE EAST, TIlE FAMOUS I MPORTANT ATEflOOMS:) : GUARANTEED on
put two shovelfuls of some weak compost tickets will be sold numberof berths
exceed the
to
ships
us no
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( tool II. The completely
corefH pensive the Kt'outid ami crop the leaves to each hill four quarts of of cotton Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express. or the Dealing capacity Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers lndlvitlti
handful
seed and good some
S which are cut from the bouts before one .____ ._u_____. .____.___ ---.----_ service and attention. '
high; grade fertilizer. Be sure to scat
they are taken to the factory are used ter It at least four or five feet over the 'Woct Montgomery Route and
for fodder or they CUll be left upon the To the PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.
hill to prevent' its burning then run a YItJbl
S fleld to enrich\ tho Hull. Tho'expenso of "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union;
four or five inch bull tongue plow
S carln" for a crop of .beets, is about $20:: through It twice. Then take a plow PULLMAX CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON AI.T TRAIN'S.Atlantic .'

to $2;) an uere. The returns at the and break the land an deep as you LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS OKTU.
all via all
usual price of $ trIO and $3; per ton, nro Coat Line mileage; books good to points trains as far East as
I can, and follow with the bull tongueIn Washington, and as far West as He.: Louis, Cincinnati and Including dellghttul DAYLIGHT SAIL through the
from $30 to $73; per! micro.DeNt
., every furrow as deep as you can to New Orleans; rates $;!;;.ou.) FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."

submit: When you get half done marie -

; C..I..n. hills by running across! lightly _CONSULT THE rURJ'LE FOLDER-
Some of tho best varieties, of cowpeas your Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding atractlons
then finish breaking your land with detailed and Information regarding; rates, Pullman reservations, schedules.Call .
For
S I to grow aro AVarren's Kxtni Early offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets, etc., apply toHAS.
plow and subsoller.. Land ..bouldllo ve on your nearest ticket agent, ur write ",

I New Kipper Era Crowder\Vblppoorwlll, lllack Iron, Lady Clay lied andWonilerftil :a lot of grass, or pea' vine to keep It mel FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Dlst. Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK, Tratr. Pass. Agt. DAVIES, Fla. Passenger Agent, 214 West BaySreet, Jacksonville FloridaFOlEnIlONIYA.

low. When you plant the melons takea JACKSONVILLE, FLA.V. .
Tho New Era
or Unknown. hoe and level the math about the bill \ J. CRAIG, Pass. Traf. Manager T. C. WHITE, Gen'I! Pass. Agent.

Blade! Clay Wblppoorwlll are and stick three or four seed with General Offices, WILMINGTON. N. C.

among the best varieties to grow ten for to sharp, end down one inch deep. When ______ .____ __. __ __ ____ __.__._ _un,. .___ ___ _. ______ ,__ TAR FOLFXSKIDNFXCUREfur
seed. will yield from
Cowpeus they come up and need work hoe cAlfrfrvn faff, ...re. Jfo opiat Make Kidneys and Bladder Right
( twenty-live bushels of grain per acre

:i And from ono and a, half to three and a around shallow lightly nut! ilou't and leave always but tend one very or S -4 .A.JE3<>.A. I> - nflkrv14aa2flaflm.'.. Cfl
half tons of: hay. Time ftwt.llng'ltllu of .
two vines In tIme hill and bo sure to
well cured bay cannot "bo cmplmslzed -
cowpeix
never work when the ground Is wet We Never Disappoint Our Patients
too strongly, and tho gmln Is AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
or when the dew Is on the vine says a
valuable In footling beef
adjunct
and dairy' ns outfit an nnd suvlne. The high Southern Cultivator correspondent. We Fulfill Every Promise and finer Hold Out Falsa Hopes.
UIC Htrlolur. wltfcout th. knlf. or bungle lOud Vwrlcxicelo. vrlthootI
price of the) grain bus prevented Its U CURE paIn or. detontlon from bu.ln<>..i Vonimglno Klooit poIson
f general: use for this p\lrpoOle.-\nlrew The Setter cured never to r.turn. without mercury or mineral mIxture Lou. of Mnnlr.
S SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, VIgor Vo.ltlvrly varorli nn t'multtiit but permanoDt.The
M. Sonln Ylrjluill.I -- Dr. King Medlral Co. !. Ha InnUtullnn orunnlnrilaiider' tIme
WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, :NEW YORK .__ laws ut tb. slit. of Uennjln for tIme treat m<"Dt and ouraof'iinBrvoniandohronlodmupii.
I r> N. K. Klrrc. Lbs founder or
r
'.'....*Cn.iiiirn Cro]>. WayThe fr \ I thIs initltutlon. the cbiuf oonmilUng. ,' sp<...laU.t. being" MuliMOI
I Cussiua Is a starchy root crop now ';:;'7. \I by ..t." of nilont pbrolel"".sad (.urioonft. "
-r. OurauoceMln 'b.lr."n..n'or cbmnlo dlsi>.... li uoturp*
. Two Elegant Trains Dally . -
grown freely In portion of Floridawhere ted; wa o.. both medIcal and eluotrltml .ir'nelea.Our .
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tissues of the throat l' : b.U -
are Olficel r. equipped wl'l 1 a 1 tlto Ralviuilc. furirtla
stock owners are endeavoringto liXr.r.vlol t is?. and. .1n.on r.7i In fmi.t. ever? el,otrl".'!"i
to feed their cattle, not always the rule inflamed and i irritated ; you Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. oonirlraDoe known' the romlloa1 pmfMalon. Ourxnlturlumt. *
modern la ct, and wtt none hnl the tAItrilneil
'. t' In that/ state of wonderful climate and cough and there is more irrita- and every indent rrsp$ actondanu. rrvulirly employ quallded. grulu>u"
free Tills root succeeds well In and lIcensed. physIcIans bclnM' In churuo. .
range.
tion-more coughing. You take W. employ no niiflluiidlntr m.... tt, ncciire patient .I1p.tronsge..no **
; tho southwest on deep sandy lands MODERN PULLMAN F.QUIPMENT. O. O. !>.'. or unanked for literature ar. Hut JII>

I I where moisture I III ob\l1l
j Ideal feed to be combined with cottonseed irritation-for while. Yqu take ,ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers to New Orleans. ...? a cure wlthla aipeolfled lime..

: or cottonseed meal and has the a MYBESTBErcREMCEIS.! : : CHRONIC DISEASES. nnlIy c a SUC411lfUlI7'tTOitiud cure .11 cbmi.iiIu d fer::;

I additional merit of growing spontaneously t ..1\1\1 e"cb.. Ktdn.y. and ltIad.lep trouble. Rh.um.'Ia, .
and reservations call : ',,,. .
For full Information sleeper on any Agent Rapture. Hy"ro".I. f. ill )
I t year after year ou suitable SCOTX'SEMULSION Seaboard writeS. 4. 1\ UNTiLCWlD.IJJJJ: m.l ea.r., Tumora and mailman tmublca. rat..rrh otE'h.
or Noae Throat llnad and J.unm., Ulmaaei. of Eye .
,ground says Farm and Il.inch. The N. K. KINO, M. D. Chronlo; l>1.l ......a of Women such .. tMiptaceraenu.viir .
roots Homotlme n yard In Unnatural Dlaatmrneil. and .'icu wrukneaaea' of women.
. fleshy are OooauLTiMO MvaioiAMi
Gen. Pass. Ant., JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
I. Aset.
BOYLSTON JR.I we
C. toKiuf fegTlllngyOUr000ltlOfl( If jroa are alrkor afflicted on requeataentlyoa
t length and strike Into the ground full -. vv rut 4-k ear lIt.mslur..IncludIng avrnptom blank fur booitt irearmankA ;
, : two feet deep. Tills penetrating habit 4it414tJLTATIOK XXA.MIMATION l) AI1VICK7FKKE; -

:,S S makes It troublesome to dig In case the --I DR. KING MEDICAL CO. g0.Nt14PaicbtSS01.7 Wart ts Ut Cmi! Atlanta. Ga.

land la tough.: mil it cures the cold. That's: FOLEY'SIoNEYANDTAR =_ w---_=__ --
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what. is necessary.: soothes the
Til. :Midsummer f.nrilen.Tho .
f midsummer garden: Is n great:: !roat because it reduces the Always Remember the Full Name

I blessing to the family living far from >i titation ; cures the cold because

this fresh object meat nnd plant vegetable pole beaus markets., butter For .: drives out the inflammation ; I TRACE MARKS L axative Bromo

QuinineCures
nulds the weakened tissues
beans squash Into melons, second crop up DESIGNS .
Prevents Serious Results _ _
beets late corn carrots and other because it nourishes them back COPYRIGHTS Ac.Anwm .

. hardy vegetables, advises Farm and t>) their natural strength. That'show From a Cold. qttlakly. aat-ortHiu w" ding,: our it keO'h.ul.IIioIi| mid frv denrrtnttnn* a flee):.,m a T.niflSfttl'n Two.
.. Cold in One in
I IC "hl.p".hl. C.un.nunwa.
Ranch. Midsummer cabbage often dla- lO a Day Grip
tI"n".'rotl, ),(OrII.I.. HANDBOOI( on ....nte ,
: appoints .because of tho damage done Scott's Emulsion deals witha Remember the name ..nt> fm (i|<1o.t Hiiaitcv'fur '' < urmar patanr,.

: I by the green worm. It Is a mistake to sore throat, a cough a cold Folay' Homy and Tar. Insist Pntwntn. .t.H'. k tAlivi.. u If b thrtvuvh.>jb"""r,Muun,.. m tba5dliHfilfll1ri5i1 A Co r.c.\lvap .

: attempt to grow:: a Becoud crop of vegetables bronchitis. the $ l3. on Box. 25c.to
or upon having genuine. : .
on the early radish. lettuce or ? ?
Thr. .1!<.. tao, BOn, $I.OOPrepared A. .... sir.
beau row without applying more fresh VC'IL" SEND: V.OUBAVPlt cnlHtton. i*( any poient.un' }ouru X. 'I'era... 9J T.AR
manure or additional fertilizers atAome > \ : FCI.I only by mintb,, (L tioldbf.tll )* FOlmIlONEY
Foley A Oampanv. Chlo.o, 1VIIJNN O Co.3015ada ail wdfork8ra TAR fOIiY110NF A.
kind. '
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I JACKSONVILLE. SPIDERS OF CEYLON. DO YOU KNOW

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Their Golden Web. Will Knan. rUlrda Pleroe. Favorite Pnwcrlptlon Is rrEE TTr
l That Dr. ITO
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The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and .1' the only medlclno for women, all the Ingredient ,
Far up in tile mountains of Peyloi "* of which are printed. upon ,
-On the American and European Plan- there Is u spider that "i>Un a web like Its wrapper and have the unqualified

Under new ma" ltement. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleAsantfamily bright yellowish silk the central net endorsement of the leading medical

home. Bates: American Plan, $:i.KJ( and $2.50; European, 5ttets of which is five feet In diameter while writers of the several schools of practice,
and up. All oars form Union :Station stop at the door. the supporting hues or guys, as they recommending them for tho cure of the w

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. are railed, measure sometimes ten or dlxouxps for which the Proscription" la l wi

The beautifully located Klverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, is under the twelve feet. The spider seldom bite: advised. Write to Dr. R. V. Pierce, SELF-LOCKING j i

same management. or stings lint should any one try to llulTuK\ N. Y., for a free booklet and
extracts from standard .
catch him bite he will\, and, though not read the numerous
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medifiil autluirltlc pralsliiff; the several ,
SIABIthl'LE.; venomous his jawa nro as powerful asa :
Ingredients of which Dr. IMerco' medlelm's .
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bird's beak are made, and don't forget that no
The bodies of these spiders are very for sale through I i
other medicines put up(
handsomely decorated belli*; l'l'lghtJoh1 druggists for domestic use coif show any .

The Breakers M5ABKEKZK; :, FLORIDA.OPKX or scarlet underneath, while the such pre/ "Nl upper part is covered with the nlO..td'lIcnto Itself, Is of far moro weight( and Importance T C.Ec..E

late colored fur. than any amount of mm professional ,
So strong nro the webs that 1>11.tl.tho tPHtlmonlaln.
FOR THE :JsUM.MRK Of 111)1-) ; i!
size of larks are frequently faugh t The "Favorite Proscription" euros all\

therein, nod even the small but powerful woman's peculiar wpaknen nod doruiigomuntti ,..;,,
The house has been re-furnished. Table lltst-class and Rates Ueasonnble,
scaly lizard falls u victim. .1 t thus banishing the periodical

Mr. Holt bas secured'the UUrendon CASINO AND! HATH HOUSES:: writer says that ho has often sat and headaches, buck sches, bearing-down ELOC.E-

BILLIARDS, BOWLING, D,\\CIX(} AND OTHEll I AMUSEMENTSwill : :: : watched the! yellow monster-mensur: distress, tenderness and tire ring down ,
Ing when waiting for hU prey, with his sonsiltlonn lit lower abdomen, ncenmpu .:,. -,
add to the pleusme of RUCKIM. Fishing from the. famous Ocean Tier logs stretched out, fully six luchesstrlding tiled by \\eaKoiilng and dlllnltl'r"l'lIhlu \

Write for reservation and terms across the middle of the net riitarrbnl, pelvic drains and kindred ,

B. J. HOLT, Proptietor.OAYTOXA and noted the rapid manner, [ Inhkl symptoms. '
his state, of skilled -
Dr. Pierce end ypoclalioU I
.. .. _ ho winds Ills stout threads found the
be consulted free by III"'rt'lIlI'Ing "
u --- may i
,
unfortunate (111.11 vet
above. All rorreMpoudcncA Is
UI:AUII. as
He usually throws the coils nliout the ,
---- head until the wretched) victim is flri treated ns In ucretlly this way conlldentlal.the disagreeable By consulting IK a new and great Invention, nil It nave time, money and labor. It will work '

blinded null then la 1I1UYIII- questioning" and personal"examination!!)"' horizontally, upside' down or at liny angle. It IH Impossible. l for tlio ropo to slip

The Seaside Inn DAYTON BEACH, FLA. frequented dark nooks lt stint jvuiKli are molded.Tho when locked, one DO l lower 1 tiluger:( lOpe attachment lit. possible this l rope 1

you come across niuul I'eoplo's Common :Sitnso Mi'dtcnl There I la only hoist. and l look the load, and It IH for the to ; J

birds caught In these terrible kuares. Adviser contains swine very Interesting of older in this orlglnntnckle block.
jam or chafe, and there In nothing/; to Ret; out ,:
III DOW open for the' summer w>iMon, under the management of tbe ownerIIOltACE and valuable chapters on the diseases Hubbard 1 Co. or
May 110 seen at the AnvooAiK olllec, Tlttisvllle; The :S. li. I
F. STEWART. Ilindsome and new, situated on l>ayt ti ENGRAVED PICTURES. peculiar to women. contains over onn ,
Beach, the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pleasant ," thousand, pagos. It U sent post paid, on E. 0, Painter A Co., Jacksonville. ; ':

rooms overlooking; the ocean and opposite Keating's Casino and Ocean Their llnmantlo Orhrin Uiitea. Mnokthe to receipt of sulllclent In outwent stumps to I I

Pier. Terms moderate. 1"lIt."II..torT.. pay cost of mailing only, or 21 cents fora Iy Ir

HORACE \K. bTEWAKT. Owner and Manager.Harrow's The art of cngra\ed picture dates its: : copy\ in flexible\ paper cnv..rtt..or 81 cent I I ]

romantic origin to the chamber of i a for a cloth-bound copy Address Dr.It.V. I

Mnsi KlnlK'iemilu Pierce a" above. Roller Bushed Sheaves. 'J :
Florentine goldsmith, : Walton-Yinton Patent
Apartment House DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. the ilfteeiith century, about the limo Dr. Plorco'a Pellets regulato and Invigorate -
stomach liver and bowels Ono I I
that (Jutenberi was struj.! ; llnn, will __.__ !
Located on Seabreeze avenue, two mlnuten from Ocean. his printing from movable typed. Before a laxative, two or three cathartic I
Bath, toilets and good water on each (lour Rates on Application.A. I
drawn
that fillY pictures were or
:S. HARROUN, Prop. .. I !
painted by hand. I-'lulRuerra was i II ,
.
Too Lute."Madam ----
celebrated worker In metals and bolnjcoilimlssloned
," said the grateful census!
I,IN VI 1,1,15:, N. C. to make a pox of gulf: enumerator, "30U have replied courteously =
engraved with coronation of tile Vlr- 'J
and kindly to nil my questions : '
gut lie sought to text. his tlt'.lgII. by; '
met
I have
Unlike nearly every person
In the linen with a prepuratloi
Ulllnj': I Ij
since I begun this work you have not I
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Eseeola Inn of oil nnd lampblack( which threw the I
L1NVILLE
N. O. and j
treated me ns If I were an enemy ,
picture into relief. By thence the titer
answered satin
Intruder. You have
nn I
was laid mere downward on n piece ot
fuctorlly nil the luestlous ns to, agephysical ,,
In the mountains of Western North Carolina, altitude :iso<> feet. dump linen and when taken up It wndiscovered condition and ownership of!
that the was. printedSheet ,
Delightfully\ cool climate 11throngb\ the summer months picture property.' Your conduct meets my
after sheet of damp 1 paper\ wn
Trout Fishing, Golf Lings and Tennis Court. hearty approval not only as u govern
Impressed by the same plate and th
meat tilllcer, but us n citizen, and, wilt good news that the art of printing plttllI'e .
.JUN13TH: : >l was born xproud like wildfire... jour permission' I will ask ;you a queatlon
not down !In my lint. Are yon
throughout Europe! The collel-tlon 01
to be married to anybody?"
Reached over the :boo them.Railroad to Johnson City, thence via. East old prints Introduces Albrecht Durci. engaged/ handsome j
Tennessee and Western. North Carolina Railroad- to Montezuma Station the "father of line el1l.1'avll1U71)/ ( ) "I urn, sir, replied' thi

where carriages from F.Heoola! Inn meet all trains.JAMES In four brilliant impressions of ".\dl1l11alll widow, blushing and mulling.
feared said tha census' taker,, ,
P. VIKING I Manager. 12voLittle Horse," ")I ll1nlo1111" \ "I so, !
And he put on his ba
with u Blgli.
Geromo. "MelancholiaIs
and "St.
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mia went out Into the cold \vorldngaln,, :
a strange/ compoHltloii of extruorill
HINI)IUSONVILI.I':, N. c. his faith lu human nature restored but
nary" originality, and hay been u rays I
bU heart broken.
tery for over four centuries. This hit S

HENDERSON VILLE, of yellowed paper, possibly pulled, fl'OIlIthe 1
RIDGE
THE NEW BLUE
INN, NORTH CAROLINA. : plate by Iurer own Lauds> ha: Letter to I* ;iiiiey .'.\: HrauiiliiKTiliitiiltf These long Roller Bearing Sheaves, which an l"olll,111'011 an the greatest j
lost none of Its fascination.-Chientf
flit, b the world without to hold the rolls la I
anti-lrtctioa roller A three story, front porch, 20x01):! feet, adorns the entire front of the hotel, I'ost.> ;
giving the guests one of tbe finest promenades possible, and the views from tin Dear Hint It 1111\ great thing for i a place, and therefore far moss durable and run whir far loss lotion than the

third floor Is a revelation. NO SENTIMENT IN SIGHS. merchant to have the exclusive Hate (IihU old. tyle cage. The sheave castings\ are mndo solid\ standing double the strain of :
THE BLUE: : RIDGE INN Is strictly a commercial and tourist hotel-Never region, of oiitirKr) of anything wmtmtby the skeleton Iron sheaves. ; J '

closes -Other hotels come and go, but the prime factor to a hotel's success, the They Are Mlitiply ('..n..tl l,v w Itealrt ever>body. )
commercial tourist, knows that when" 1m strikes llendersonvllle, N. C., he or SUE: Fur J\h.re llretitli. There are two ways to treat such
always meets with a welcome, and gets the best the Blue Ridge Inn has. Many /oollll. One Is I. put the I pi Ice up am >4
improvements Inside greet the visitor, the beautiful lobby has been redecoratedtbe The sigh, which from time immeiuo make a MR profit. The other way l U : In

dining room presents a fairy scene day and night, respectable young ladles rial and by nil the poets whoever tI\1l1g'; fair and make more. THOUSAND: OF THEM SELLING IN THK :NEW KNOLANll>> HTATEH.!:/
serve the guests; in a quiet, genteel manner, and the cuisine is always the bfst, the has been regarded us u matter of Men. Devoe Is the paint that takes leas)
market affords. The prices are right and you are made to feel at home the minute tlment and connected[ with the emu pillions mill costs least money a house, I a -For all kind. of bunlnemion whoro a Taokhi Block Is uso.1- i

you become Its guest. Ninety well furnished, clean rooms that will accommodate tlons. Is declared by physicians to bas < job, a year, a lifetime-no matter how

over 130 people, is its capacity. purely a physical phenomenon I1S 1 III you reckon your costs, except by the -I
hotel In the mountains for a few weeks''' "lion-Devoe In the best caretaker and
If you are seeking a quiet, genteel the Htieexo or cou h. A well known !
rest or pleasure, write us fur rates, etc. I'hlladelphlu doctor, Speaking of this costs( least money. TIM:
WM. HKWiTT, Prop. ()n'l't forget that the principal part otll

_. __ __ - - - .n ._.. r the other day, explained that the ultfl .. OOHt llf pltlllt lit patting It OU., I.ellil1(11I0nll. Walton Self-Locking Block Co. 1
Is naturu's method of making one tuki lens COM|. Don't (forget that
:NEW YOUK. a deep brenth. When the Iuiiin huvi another principal part of economy li ,

.. .. been getting Insufficient air a sigh lithe long wear ; lens gallons, less cost and

inciiim by which they are replenished long wear. 'tot Atlantic Avcmie, BOSTON' MASS. j
or when the air has been Impure It IN a great thing to have tbe excln : H'
Hotel Marlborough the slsh which one often takes In step Ive ante of popular goods, of /goods thai . .
air IM from the make filrnd of goods. that enrich bolt
ilng out Into the open
buyer and Heller. Devon Upeihai| only Atlas Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's
Streets New Yoik. Hume cause.
30th and :t7th ,
Broadway, ten per cent better than one or two
Completely Renovated) and transformed In every department. Most centrally The doctor admitted that people nrhxrw ; but ten U a ,plenty-It's 'JO! ) 01
located hotel on Broaduay. ELECTRIC LIGHTS: and TELEPHONEin sometimes High from sorrow .or other !:10') better limn many. .
room in the house. mental 111. but niulutulued that this li There's many a merchant who IIUHII'I
every
EUROPEAN PLAN. JOO Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates: $1.f;() and up- partly because It bas been ncreptcil m fiiiind-out ills goods. doesn't take a

ward without bath. *2 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $::1 the expression of grief,through uses ai man lung to ind-oiit that Devoe( Is. the

and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $:.1 and upward. long an kissing and handshaking; have leasl-inuiiey pulnt and why, no matter
signs of IIfft't'tloror which Hide he lit on.Yours. Tasteless Chill
been as
SWEENEY-TIERNEY' : HOTEL COMPANY: accepted truly TonicI
friendship. Another reason why a sigh ,
E. 31. TIERNEY, Manager. U F. VV. DKVOK A (:o.
follows a sorrowful thought; Is that I
New YOIK.P. '
such thoughts are often concentrutec. S. .1 a.. Prltclurd & Hon Nells our No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cents.Georgia .

YORK CITY SHOULD GO TO- and intense enough/ to cause lnsutllclenf paint. -. -.
VISITORS TO NEW
breathing. When the lungs suffer
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for u certain time from this Insufflclency

(Ill.) West t2nd):! Street- the sigh follows. Sighs are I....,...'. Illntorla Pel..

The ArmstrollNo.t I ( "7219: Riverside") often canned too. says the sumo! authority nit bell used to Instiro silence, at P ACTICAL W'oI'

by certain sorts of Indigestion. Lloyd's. In London, when the arrival of '" TEXTILE. I IDEP"F.TMEI'IT'

Philadelphia Record.Jnpmarma an overdue vessel \h" announced to the
A select family-hotel, near Central Park, subwajs, elevated and electric anxious underwriters Is of naval origin.It \ I

railways and all places of Intl'rest.ond a good starting point for Coney- IIword.. belonged to the Lutlue, which wawreiked '

Island, Rockaway and all other seaside and surburban pleasure resort. "Jupan'Mo swords lire the flncst," near the under Zee toward

Single rooms and suites with all conveniences,, new sanitary plumbing, said a swordmakcr! "They are finer the end of eighteenth century, when

tubs ample hot and cold water supply and hotel than the blades, of Frrrara of Toledo l gland was at war with Holland.11
,
baths
private porcelain with honre-comforts and moderate prices. or of Damascus The blades) of Fer It was customary III those days to send
.
comblied
table and service rare of Toledo and, of Immascus must bullion and specie by men-of-war the I

Terms $900!> per week and upward.< A. AKM.STBOTO.: : bend Into a perfect circle without Lutlne curried a valuable consignmentof a I ,J

breaking and a pillow of down being specie and the underwriters at

thrown In the air, they must cut It In Lloyd's were nblo to arrange with the

two with one clean stroke, but the Dutcli government to salve tho cargo

IF YOU WANT A... Japanese blade must do .all that and and recoup themselves[ for their loss on I

more- The final text of a Japanese insurance. Over 50,000 was recovered -

blade !U its suspension, edge upward, nod among other relies brought to
beneath" tree. It must bang beneath chore. was the Lutlne's bell to ring out

Lot the tree for twenty-four hours nnd good cheer for anxious underwriter I .

.Building every lightest leaf that fall upon Its who hear the safe arrival proclaimedby ep"ttPR"R J

.. edgu:: must be severed neatly. One fall- Lloyd' crier as silence follow the .

are nail bnek to the forgo goes the ringing: of the bell.1Yn r

>r a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, Japanese blade again." --- -- ',;

AN ORANGE mOVE, $. u Very Hick Roy School of Technology ':
LAND FOR ;,
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or TRUCK GARDES!: BnTloa. C.on l .
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION There Is a great den I of gush nbout llMt C'liroil Itr rimuilwrlnln. Colin, Choir.. I .

We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking. the charming foil nil conquering .ntl II.rrhnen R.tndy"When twttcrwiulppxd' and orirmnlxm] In all d.p.r..mont.. thin.v.... b.-for awl prepared t.. do thiHMt .-
there III room. If vm UI American girl. What is the truth about work In It.Mutnry. In "nl'.r warlord the '
Settlers are Hocking In but still damsel!? The most my boy was two yean old he Free yuunir Fii.n of rirnriri* hl..h.,-'..., tuchnlcalKlurmk
thin much liiuded had bowel ScholarshipsIt th. Imrlkliituni. .
a very severe attack fl' e m.niaint > < >n. IIH r..t.rr..lnrr
looking this way, drop a line to attractive American Is she.whi IH eilu- > l but bv the use of ('hamberlsln'aColin .Mniti' < enmity In th.atate. Im..I1" wtv.ntau. .f tick for I tat..teatalnq
vlc-pre'ident' eaten abroad who Imitates the voice of : f'hnlerA and Diarrhoea TSl". ,, .. opportunity" "rraonv..
INGRAHAM Remedy of Information lllii.tr.tl .tv." ..v of lh iiHirirU T.eh fur rtlv..tuilvnu.
JAS. E. Englishwoman and the dress of the "e bronirht him nut ill right. says Advaiww minw In Mhi>nl....l. Wctrual.. ToxtlU. V i.lnir .nrt (Ivil t:,,,,/Inln.. and
R'Y 0 Efiirl>uwrln>ChMniHtfy. Eaton.lv.an.In"wotulpmrntofdh..p, MIII.l>abt.... r'....te. New
COAST and who the money Maggie JIlcko..()f Midland Jllch. This .
FLORIDA EAST Frenchwoman uses library n.wChr.nlv.l Ll ratorr. 'I h. forty rr.mP.reof the f !...of itMwara placed In i .
AUGUSTINE FLA accruing from Chicago pork or :New remedy can be depended upon In the omilrabl. and lucrative p<..t...... IlKt'ORB; QRAVUA TtUN. Wrtl.for furth.r.ntorm.'...... 1 ;
ST. Much most severe ta"fll. Even cholera Infan- .
fur as
York stocks to buy, so - -- ----

. - . PRINTING OFFICE things way be bought, tbe old world rum In direction cured by It.and follow a enrol Ie the certain vhinprinted | K. O. MATHU50N.: A.M., LL.D., President, Atlanta Georgia 1 I

THE ADVOCATE NEWSPAPER AXt JOB races of speech and attires-Canadian fur male! by All Dealer
REASONABLE!: RATE.' Magazine. s
DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT ,

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.................... ;;............................ LETTER FROM VERMONT, ADDITIONAL LOCALS. -

l 11' \/ :: We.liave been dealers In diamonds :: PENNEY & BRANNING'S I
;
I DIAMONDSI I !I Walton, X. Y., Aug. 23.: MMH! Brevard County School Board had ,
and 'other precious stones
J :: Editor Kant Coast .idoocatr: their usual monthly meeting/ this week .

!I :It **************-**********? since the establishment of our j Seeing Inquiries In your valuable paper -Mr. P. G. Walton has been at Miamifor UP-TO-DATE ---- -
>> In regard to tbe Kockledge correspondent over a week, with Attorney Geo. MKobblns. .
business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more thin 20 years. jjj I will say that be, accompanied by '
his better half, left on June 12th for his

=We save you the middleman's profit= :JJBWKIKK4 old home In Northern Vermont, to visit -Mr. Frank Deppe has gone to New CLOTHINGHOUSE.
bin relatives whom he had not seen for
) ... 23.a"8.They York, and Mr. Paul Dressier hall charge ,

I /Y & "' I :: arrived at his old home on the of the City Bakery. .
10th via tbe L. New
S. A. to York,
f I !8 7 ez1;; I WJUTK ;roil oruOATAI.OUMK. :: thence N. Y., N. II. & If and I' U. K. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at -

1 The trip through the northeastern states this office, at reasonable rates. Giveus
; IMPBTEni.( ::
't I I .. was delightful, the railroad running: a share of your work. CLOTHES ELEGANCE e )ri
4\ \ it. 41 Wont Bay: St. Jacksonville, Fla. .. close to the Conneticut river, and in ;
1 fact crossing; the river five times, as the -The usual monthly meeting of Dre-
1 11 ***************************************************** road has to dodge bills and In order to vard County\ Commissioners was beld In \VE believe we can show

--- .' do HO makes very sharp curves. Tltusvllle this week.Contractor you more real exclu-
y When arriving In northern Vermont
:iix.... :MC: >TLOVv. ORANGE GROWING IN BRE- we could fully appreciate tbe letter that P. J. Hall, who has beenon sive elegance In Summer It r,

iI VARD COUNTY.It the Irishman wrote to his brother, thai a visit to relatives In Marion ,county, Clothes than any other
Vermont was such fine country and
I I the soiT was so plentiful that they put It for the past week or so, returned to TItusvllle two stores In this section., I

I.. Is a little early yet to make any definite up In piles lie 'was right, as most all on Tuesday.Rev. By "elegance" we mean :
estimates regarding the orange of In :
It piles, and some of them mighty
and grapefruit crop on the East Coast ; big piles, and the valleys very narrow. Wm. Stones has been In chargeof garments that by their

but If nothing unforseen transpires, the One can Imagine bow billy the country the Walker Hardware Store this week, fit and finish''
will be the perfect style,
crop largest, for many past
tlio Florida I Is, when we wished to go to a town as the manager, Mr. J. 1'. Wilson, has
f. IIomcKoeker
says to be
years miles distant line show themselves
seven
on a straight ,
The been laid with a cold.
trees on the whole bloomed heavilyand up
and had to ride clxteon: miles to get
of tailoringskill.
set a large amount of fruit, which master-pieces I
t But for all
there. tbe roughness of the -Miss Annie' Jones returned home
at tills writing U In the best possible and the short I
countiy summer season
condition. the end of last: week, from bt. August
a the people seem to wed in
prosper as as
> In conversation with Mr. E. L. Brady, other locations. The valleys are all ine, where she bad been visiting relatives Straight from the "Quality

of Tltusvllle. of the E. L. Brady Company thickly settled, containing some beautiful and having an enjoyable time. Makers"-Schloss Bros. & Co.,

I regarding the prospect of fruit In towns and the country Is thickly -whose name Is the standardfor

-I \ ."" 'fN--' have the Tltusvllle had district, he said : "We settled with thrifty farmers, nearly all -Mr. and Mrs. W. }<'. Wlnteibager, all that's good In Clothing.
I 1t never a better prospect for a
I \\ having good: houses and enormous barns. have moved into the Adhemar Brady
I. crop of oranges than now, and It will be The buildings! are frequently all con- Money cannot buy better cloth, Copyrighted. 6
much heavier than lair Our house recently vacated by Mr. f.V.
year; trees nected; the house, wood house, carriage Workmanship or fitting quality. BySCBLOSS
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, ate .in' the bent of cnixli'lon ; we have Haile and family, on Hopkins street.
Ales, Stout, Eto.B3T"Send hud lavoiable weather conditions from house, horse barn and general PRICKS::! : *8 iO.) Bti!4. & CO.
stock barn, so that on a stormy day In
I Miss Susie Teeter teacherat
primary
me your orders I IT ITITUHVILLK curly spring until now. I shall have winter they can go the entire length and $10,00.) *i2.r>o. ftii.fio./ :/ .I: oo. Fine Clothes Makers
I from 4 f)00() to 5,00(1( boxes, about double the Titusville High School, anlvod Baltimore and New York
and COCOA not step out doora. Water into
FLORIDA.
the I runs $17.f.O.( 2000.: *:aj! CO. .
,T amount had last year.Mr.! Win the stables so the stock can be watered, town on Wednesday, and is comfortably --- ----- -- '4
M. Brown will have
marked/ probably 5,000, a which Is a very necessary arrangement, domiciled at tho Oaks, North Tltusvllle. -:MAIL[ ORDERS A SPECIALTY:
very Increase over his lam year'scrop for some times the snow storms are
so
: Robbins & Graham Co. my .irroveH.What is Is true true of of all Mr.'the Brown's groves.and In severe that people con not get out of -Jr you known anything of interest PENNEY: &; :a RANTINC-::: :

the Tltusvllle district" doors for two or throe days. Butter or benefit to your town or residents, do
t (IilRorporatail.) making and sheep raising are the two not think it too much trouble to write
1 "How about the crop at City Point
? main industries. FINE CLOTHING, SHOES, MEN'S BOYS' FURNISHINGS,
PAID UP CAPITAL *,000.00!: Shnipesaml Rockledge; ?" We arrived at the old homestead the item and send it Into the ADVOCATE
"I have not visited the groves; In those on office for --Tl.11..1s'"Vl.11o.: ; ='1c>:rl.d.a--:
"+ This company owns Saturday the 10th, and found a !good publication. .
sections but I --- - - -- ----
; see no reason why the
of the old friends
many missing;, and a
:, same condition! should! not prevail Judge Minor S. Jones, of this place,
r.: :nST:: 3D S
..., younger generation.growing; up to take
,, I, t there. The groves; on the whole are In their places, but the face of tbe country Is holding special term of Circuit Court : 2azdware Stoves Oils
a the Indian River Country; On the !St.: good condition and the climatic conditions looks the ,
just same. On Tuesday there for Dade county, at Miami, this 'week,
Lnole River at New River and have been practically the same during was a reunion of the Salmon family at PAINTS <;!CKERY> GLASSWARE, ETC.
; on Bay the spring and Hummer. I am of the old home, where the parents nettled Attorney Geo. M. Kobbins, of Titusville,

i.. Blscayne. Prices ti> suit the times .the opinion that the crop throughoutthe ; (Hi;:! years ago, on their arrival from Scotland is representing several cases in the above
entire Indian River section will. be
with four children and thirtysevencents. court. ,
Send for Land List much larger than last "
year. They bought the farm time
,, J'' : Offices at Tltusville and Miami Fla. During the past few months there has rented stock and worked hard;on paid for, -Mrs. W. F. Allen and little daughter,

:I 1 1i been considerable activity In real estate the farm In ten years and raised a family Elizabeth, are expected to arrive In Tltusville. -
circles In the of
neighborhood Tltnsvllle
,
of eleven children. There were 120 relatives next Thursday, after spending

i "f East Coast Meat Market and' considerable for orange; grove;land purposes has been, which purchased and the and day lends i was. enjoyed.present at A the gumptious reunion, the past two months In Social Circle, Ga.,

will result in the planting of many acres old fashioned dinner was served on the at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrc.Freeman. .
f O. F. DURKN during the coming fall and winter. lawn .
Agent.; and the day was spout In telling
The conditions
same prevail along Lie stories of the old times, the struggles
a:: :::9 Indian River and there will be a marked for ft living, encounters with wild animals -Mr. J. J, Liwless, a carpenter, bad

i revival of the orange Industry through etc. After a delightful six q..lte'a painful and what might have
....- _. out Jtrevard county. weeks the hills with friends I
among been serious accident while
a Monday
U2 It l III said that the crop of oranges on ,
) O 'St r l !yr Men-Itts Island will be much' larger than visiting the resorts which are many as working on the Wesson building. The llil K I
the country Is full of small lakes
'I I lying
last year and that many acres of new between the hills, and the tourists from scaffold gave; way and. he f,1to, \ the

,>1.1 eo groves are to be planted this season. the cities have summer homes on the /ground, striking his thigh on the piazza,

',I ;' ,- shores. A pecnlar feature is. that the but fortunately no bones were broken, -
COLORADO HEARD FROM. people of the towns further south will
=:a although ho was badly bruised
'
C' come up to Vermont to spend the hot .
eaTITUSVILLE c2'I months, and the Vermonters will go to Mrs. Kate l la h ,1Wafer
.. The Myers exported to ar
following is from Senator Hardee
\ 'I::=' Nova Scotia and other northern places. s '
'1 G7.:; y C' one of Rockledgo'a prominent residents It Is surprising to see how, quickly rive In Titusville today, after spending

,: y C7I and large; orange growers, who, with vegetation grown In this cold climate. some time In Kolfo, Fla., with ber

''I I FLORIDA pleasure his family, have been Colorado on a delightful Although potatoes and other vegetableswere daughter, Mrs. Sparkmau, wife of HughC.
trip through :
' \ not planted until June or July we Sparkman, editor of Hie Z)1fo Advertiser
-\ MANITOU, Coi.o., Sept, 1, 101)0.) had new potatoes, beans, etc., which is
who with her two children willaccompany
two weeks earlier than in morn southern ,
;: THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
; N. Editor/ Kant Count Aflronttf/ states. M. C. SALMON: : her mother to Titusville, =aid-gars Co.,

Dear Sir-I am vending you a Pike's [To beCQntlnued.] for a visit with relatives and friends.

\ Brewing Asso's, Peak; newspaper, said to be edited and -.---- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
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printed at the highest elevation of any - -- -- -TN' ----- - -

ra..nUI newspaper In the world. This little TEACHERS' EXAMINATION.. Victor Talking: Machine.If +....................+.......*+.......+...+..+.+..+.:
St. Louis Keg and Hot- '
paper Is published on Pike's I'eak, -
f tied user which ball an elevation\ of 14,177 feet On Tuesday morning at the Schoolhouse need a Victor Talking Machineor A, aoaOAxproprletor. DR. E. n. BLAKKWOOD.Registered; Druggist./ :
you
Sold t> Messrs.".A.LoHley and above sea level.' Tltusvllle, commenced the regu
S l 7 \ Monday, August; 27th, Mrs Hardeo, lar September examination of teachersfor Records, the Red Cross Pharmacy,
", \ r R.L. Motlnw1;Tltuiville.ria. myself and three daughters; Misses Brevard county, The examinationwas ritusville will sell them to you on the Ir

'.: I By Mr.' R.L.Motluw,Cocoa,Kl Ruth, Maude and Grace spent on the In charge of Prof. II. E. Waketleld. following' terms: $:!.iiO cash, and 50 i j'
Teak, going; up on the famous Cog; Rail. The attendance of teachers was rather { RED j' PHARMACY
road. On the summit the roads cents per week.
JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., were meagre, and comprised only the following .
covered with snow, and we had the rare / : Do not fall to call and hear.these wonderful ,

sport of making snow' balls In August.; WIIIT IC. machines when yon visit Titus .. .
;I Sole Distributors, The climate here Is very much like \ .
.
Miss Eima Geiger; Lotus villa
our Florida winters. The Mountains
Rocky .
Miss Mamie Hardee
010 to 020 West Bay Street are grand and picturesque.Veiy Rockledge.
Mr.S. J. Overstreet TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
:Sylvester: On.COLORED. E i
truly, CHURCH NOTICES.
.
JAOKiOVVCLCE, F LA. (}. S. IIAIU'o:"E. Complete Stock of--
\ I.. W. Cambric, West Palm Beach.
The grading committee Is 'composedof Trenching at the Methodist. church, DRUGSAA .
i West End Pharmacy MOSQUITO ENEMY, Prof. II. Wakefluld, Miss Susie Tltusville, next Sunday, at 11 a. m. and PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES :, I
Gladwin and Miss Susie Teeter, 7io: p. in. At Minis In the afternoon at

EAU GALLIE. FLA.S. That frogs are among the worst enemies 8:30 o'clock. Everybody Invited. + [ 'Pre crlptlons Filled with the :

;1 C. Hodgson, M. D., R P., fact that mosquitoes is not taken have advantage is a well-known of as it Are You Going North '.* 11APTI9T! C'lIUHCIT. Z Utmost Care and PromptItude\ _VK :

Proprietor. should be. A New Services at LaGrange every 1st Sundayat
Jersey It
Corner of Young and Houston Streets has been found that In those paper localities says Gec$ your Clyde steamship tickets from 11 a. m and 7:10:: p. m. E WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. i

where the frogs havo been killed off In the agent at Tltusville. Charming trip Services at Indianola every 2nd Sun- .............................. .....
Complete Stock uf Drugs and Druggist's; the ponds and swamplands the mosquito from Jacksonville to New York by the day at 10tO: a. m, and 7:30:: p. m. ..................

Sundries, Cigars: /Stationery Perfumery pest Is at Its worst. palatial steamships of the Clyde Line Services at Tltusvllle every llrd and 4th - - ___ n _____._____ -_._ .___ ______
Toilet Articles, "The streams and swamps" It continues Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. /Sunday -
Souvenir Cards, "have almost been cleared of' CIIAS. II. WALTON, School every Sunday at 10 a. in., Walker Co.

Candles, Eto. frogs, and I the mosquitoes have been Increasing TltusvHIe' FIAt :\. and prayer meeting every Thursday at Grocery ,.
In number right along The 7:30: p m. Rev Wm. Stones, pastor
-- Dealer InEria.n.C3r
principal filet of consists of tho -- -- -
trogs
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded The Seaside.
mosquito larvae and the Insects in the TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.On Staple and. : Groceries: ,
'wlggW! : state, and now because there Furnished
cottages; on Daytona Beach,
Fruits
are no frogs, to clear the stagnant: waters, Fronting the Atlantic Ocean to Vegetab1es: ,
/ rent at
Bros
1 Hodgson the Insects swarm, in unprecedented from $12.00 to $' .).(IO) per mouth. Rare Monday next, Titusvllle's public
school will throw Its doors for the G-rsiiEL Feed
1 clouds. chance for those who want to stay at open Hay., : and: ,
We have had plenty of frogs in the winter season and we presume the parents
the shore..
*:AU GALLIE INDIA RIVKU FLA. sea -Your
Patronage Sollclted-
Tltusvllle ponds this summer, and prob- of the children who have been running -
.
Apply to H. F. Stewart, Seaside Inn,
:, Marine Hallway ably this Is the cause of our having no Daytona Beach, lI'la. -IS-tit; wild since the school closed willie TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
mosquitoes. pleased to see them In charge of the - .
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I' General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. teachers again.

,, ..Special!: Facilities.. WILL.PLANT! ORANGE TREES Gwendolyn AVnltzos. low The:. teachers this term will\ be as fol- EJ_ :::1:....... :eeCZ- d<:, seO:: ,

Prof. W. D. G. Wine principal.Miss -DEALERS T1 '-
For Hauling Out, fitorlng and Repairing Rev W. F. Allen, of Tltusvllle has By Flout Dell Hartley Very pretty Helen Miller, 1st all lttaot. GROCERIES GRAIN AND
HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
I Yachts and Launches. purchased a 'ji-acie: tract in the famous and catchy; 5 pages, price :MOcte. Also, Miss Sophie Bauskett: Intermediate.Miss ,

,Mention, the ADVOOATB; when wetting Turnbnll hammock, just north of Tltus Chromatic Two-Step March, St. George Susie Teeter, primary. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents; for MAPES FERTILIZERS,
vllle, which be will plant in orange trees. We deal exclusively the above line consutn-1
II ---- ---- ----- March of and solicit the trade of all
Odd
Mr. George K. Prlichett, of the same Commandery Fellows Grand ers. Write us for roods
I COCOA HIGH SCHOOL.Cocoa' prices on Grain and all delivered at your station.
Stanley Kitching place, has recently purchased 40 acres In March, 2cts.() each; :3\ for t1cts. In two E. L. BRADY A BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
the same hammock which he is _
having cent stamps. Isaac Doles, Publisher, . ..
-Dealer In- cleared and planted In orange trees. public school will open on - - -- - -- --- ---- -
Indianapolis, Ind. Monday next, and will\ be In
Tho Turnbull of
hammock has long been charge{
l :fISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS one of the most celebrated tracts of land Prof. !f. E. Wakeneld. Theother teach. B. J. <> c>nr.; .

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China I for crowing citrus fruits" and within its UrnYIIIJ irs will be: 1st tel'ber11811: Clara Sulz-
i and Temperance Drinks. borders there ale many of tbe finest by, of Knoxville, AU ; :tad, Miss Susie (Successor to Wagoner A Co.)

The following brands of cigars! delivered /groves In tho Mnte. Not many years Ur"vln/lur. / hauling oj all ) rode Minis, of Konaveniure; :'lid. Miss I ago -Dealer In-
J.5! : hence this lame tract of rich land will\ prompt. leltetli, of Oilo. Primary class. Miss
at per box of ISO:
Iy attended to. Meet all trains. Stovewood Stella Mime of .)Ioyenture.SUMMER STAPLE AND FANCY AND
Humboldt, Key West Smokers Premos, be the one continuous uf the citrus"real fruit IntlUu grove River"oranges and for wale at all times GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT ;

Oremo, Cubans, I'olmUkl. output will be greater than In the !,IdmI II. F.. MOLTEN, Tlui vllle. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

Flinch Cards, 50o.; Hand Made Palmetto ,I lest days of that section.-the llome- EXCURSIONS. TITUSVILLK' FLORIDA. _
I Hats, 230.I seeker Job Printing .
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I STUART, FLORIDA. 't'
,---- Summer excursion rates to all summer
Ontjlntr and Hauling1. Do not forget the fact that at tbe Ai. excursion, polar are now on sale via the INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

i Cleaning and 1'ressliig., VOCATB office, Tltnsvilie, we do job Atlantic Coast Line. Xo trouble to an-
All kinds of draylng and hauling printing of all kinds, neatly,cheaply and swer questions. For rates, reservations. TITUSVILLE, FLA.. IIs
All work done up-to-date. Call and promptly attended. to, and Satisfaction\ expeditiously. Letterheads, Xotebeadi, or any Information, communicate with prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or' Joose. Special attentlor!

see me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor guaranteed. Mllbeads, Envelopes,Tags, and all other frank C. Boylston, district. passenger paid saoklnn: for Yachts or for motto.
:Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. JOHN KKTTLt, Titusvllle. cluds. agent, Jacksonville, Fla tf family use. Fair dealing Is my

T. WETJIORE.: Proprietor.JtL. .

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