Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 14, 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: VID00468
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
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SVOL.. 17. NO. 4. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, HKPTKMBEU 1.t. 1OOO.( : = PRICE Bo.

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LOCAL NEWS, I)o You Want to Make' Money? Special Notice to Hoyx." -Mrs. I). B. Prltchard, who has spent Ueo. II. I'ertiald Hardware Co. AMONG THE HOTELS.

the past three month. at White Springs, -

And Topics of General Interest. If so, read the following and think Besides having the finest line of Men's Flit, ., Is expected home Saturday.\ Dealers in Wholesale and Retail Hardware The ADVOOATK Is on lie at all the:

over the suggestions; therein contained. Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings shownon -Rev. L. Fitx-James Illndry, rector paints, oils, Hash, doors, blinds, best hotels In New York city t
Have you a room-or may be three or the East Coast we have a most com *
Reading notice ads are ten cents lime cement, brick and fthlngtus..
(\f Trinity i pisocpnl church, St. Augustine ; ,
per line on this puce. four-that you are not using? If you plete stock for the Boys in Suits, Punts, Machine :Shops, all kinds of repair Take note of tho hotel ads on our
has on vacation to Flat Rock
gone; 7lli .
have you are losing money on them Shirts, Shoes, Hats, Caps Hosiery and page
THE ADVOCATE, N C. His family accompanied him. work on engines, bolleis and Naphtha
$1.50 per annum, In advance. Why not make them bring you in a Tnderwear. Such a line OH was never launches Mr. Halem Graham, managerof Halcyon

.75 six months profit? We wilt\ sell you the furnitureon before .shown In Tltusvllle. Everything Him ROCK GINGER ALE, ROOT Tin and Metal work, plumbing;, steam Hall, Miami will opjui his hotel for

2.00 per an. to foreign countries. the Installment plan and you can new and prices right. Beer, Grape Juice, lloitpand Uno, anda and gas fitting. Good Work at lowest the winter souson on November 15tb,

When you subscribe! for the ADVOCATE thereby pay for It out of the rent. l'ICN ICBRAnll.olo, general assortment of soda water, at which Is much earlier than usual. Mr.

by the year, It does not cost you We carry everything that you will Fine Clothing, Shoes, !Men and Boys' S. .1. Norton's. pl'll'os.hu: II. FKHNAI" <: HAHIIWAKK: Co., Louis Cole, one Tltusvllle's former popular

three cents per week, postage/ Included. need to fix these rooms up In rlrst clans Furnishings.! .. ,Tltusvllle, Fla. Cy:: -If you do not lewd every pngoif Sanford Kin. boys, will, a* usual hold the position

IDDITION'Ali LOCALS will be foundon style for roomers or for light housekeeping. of chief clerk.
( this paper you 'are liable to miss ---
-The Sterling, near the F. E. C. L y.
our 8th, page. some of the most Interesting local Item
,
THE EAST COAST CANAL. Messrs. Anderson A Trice
: : managersof
In our Hardware department you can station, Tltu vllle, will open this winters
-Mr. J. T. Knox Jr. of New Smyrna which are scattered on every page _j<<2! Hotel Orotund Ormond Fin have
find' anything you may need In the Hardware a first class-hoarding house Lookout ,
was In Titusville Saturday. line, crockery glaxs and tinware. for it.LEAVE Miss Edith Mister came down flora A quarter of century has elapsed been doing a tremendous business this

While to Coronado Beach on Tuesday, and Is with since the work on the Florida CoastLine summer at their palatial hotels, the
FRESH DREAD baked daily at the as our Grocery department
YOUR ORDER QUA VAS
FOIl
Dakery, Titusville.Mr. a you can get almost everything you want at 8. J, Norton's.Miss her mother Mis. Krulder, at the Oaks. canal began. By next winter An Mount WaHtiington and Mount Pleasant,

to eat, and our Dry Ooods.Clothlng, Notions nor friends are pleased/ to again sue her Important part of It will bo completed In the White Mountains, N. U. Such

A. J. Collins having; his house and Millinery department will be Edith Durns, of Canaveral, who In Tltusvllle. when Inland navigation will be open popular hotel managers' can always till a

painted and his property otherwise Im- able to supply all your needs In the pent several days in Titnsvllle with her -Mitts Susie Hunter, who pent the from Ht. Augustine to Miami. As tho house with guests

proved. friend, Miss\ MeileScoble, returned home Homeneeker well observes In \Its handsomely -
wearing line summer In Quluoy and othei places In The Florida. Kant Coast Hotel system
Judge; D. I.. OauUlon Is contemplntI Did you ever think of what a lot of on Tuesday. Georgia., stopped over at the Oaks, Titus- Illustrated account of Hi I "So announce the dales of opeulug and closing

I ftfag considerable Improvements to his residence money you can save during a by WANTED COOK for quietly and oiBlatantly has the work the 1 hotel
year family of four. Ille, a couple of day, this week, on her palatial along the East
I on Washlngtonf avenue, lltus- being a steady customer of the Walker White girl preferred. Good home. way to Jensen to teach school. progressed that great btretches have Coast as follows
: been added to the without .
vtlle.OUAVAS.. Stores? If not try It today, and Walker Address, "Cook," cats, ADVOCATK.:. :2 yearly waterway I'once do Loon, St. Augustine; under
PIES AND>> CAKES fresh every day at the general public hearing aught of
will
give a bank free to .
you put the of Mr. Robert
your management Murray
.-I have a great; many cratesof first dollar In.JOHN -JesHU Kerilck, of Daytona, arrivedIn the Bakery, Tltusvllle. or viewing the work." 'The beauty of
for sale. Now l is the time to Opens. Tuesday, January 8,11)07) ;closes
guavas Titusville Thursday and
accepted a the will -niakw
route It pOIularVlth
R. WALKER: A CO -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins and Mr, (U
make jelly. Write to T. N.Dooker'l'ltllsvUle Saturday, April 1007,
guava position In the Red Cross Pharmaay.le tourists and will add to tho fame of the
The Depaitmeot store 1' (I. Walton are still at Miami, where Alcazar St. Augustine; under the
Fla. ,
Is making his home with the Parker, "It Is
state. leolalmlng vast acres of
Tltusvllle, > Kloilda. Ur. Uobbins has had several Important mtnagomont Mr, Joseph( p, heaves
Miss Helen Miller first assistant brothers; swamp land which will ho cultivated
dimes In the Circuit Court, presided overby Opens Saturday, December 8, 100f1!
teacher In Tltusvllle's public school, arrived -Mr. Geo. 1). Hall of Sebastian, has W. E. FRENCH and settled" :New towns will spring ;
( Veterinary Surgeon, Judge M. S. Jones, of Tltusvllle.DO closes Saturday April 20, 1IH)7)
In town last Saturday, and Is ayueat been visiting his patents, Mr. and Mrs of Ontario Veterinary College Toronto up and new lands be opened, to the settler
Ormond OrmonJ-ou-the-Halifax
YOU WANT A SEA TRIP-One un-
!; of the Oaks. E. W. Hall, of Tltusvllle. Canada. Treat all diseases, of domesticated Increasing; greatly the general
der the management of Messrs. Anderson
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first class Round Trip Ticket, meals
W, D. G, 'Vine, principal of -On Saturday, September:: feth, 1000' animals; surgery; and dentistry and berth Included, for sale, over the wealth. It Is like adding a new, navigable A l'rloe-Opoll" Tuesday, January 8,

School, Tltusvllle, and family, little girl arrived I at the home of Mr. a specialty. Address, Daytona, Fla. Mallory S. :rt. Line, Feruandlnit to New miles river to of Florida channel, one nowhere whose less:UOO 1IK)7) ; closes Monday, April, 1007. I
or more
are now snugly ensconced In the Epis- and Mrs. \V, T. Wlnterhager, Titusville.I -Mlns\ Flossie Taylor, of Cocoa who YOlk ; cheap EAST COAST ADVOCATE than 00 feet In width and 0 feet In depthat The Breakers Palm Boaoh, under tho

copal Church Rectory on Palm street, I TED-Traveler for established was the popular school teacher at Mime, ollcet( Tltuivllle" Fla. menu low water.-Ht. Augustine management; of Mr. Fred ftterry-Opens

Titusville.WE : louse. $12 weekly to start. Expenses last winter, wan visiting her lend, Miss Saturday, December 22: 100H ; closes Saturday
-The many friends of Mrs. 1"". M. Record.-The editor of the Ifomeseekerthinks
aid. References. Address Maggie Co'lins In Tltusvllle Wednesday April 0, 1007.
ARE AGENTS FOR CUMMEIfS I Wooten, neo Miss Aline Brady, will bepleased the public has not heard of the
3,2 Ceo. O. Clows Tltusvllle ifl'8 Taylor was on her to Tampa.Mrs. Royal Polnolana Palm Beach, under
Fla. way
Orange Boxes, quality the best, price to learn of the arrival last week, work done on the nbove canal. Why the
'I the management of Mr. Fred! Storry.
no higher. Write for quotations. --suss: Elizabeth Stones, daughter of W. F Allen, and baby Elizabeth of bouncing boy at the ho-ne of Mr, Al>VOC'ATK has publlhod hundreds of ' ,
Opens January 10 1007) clou
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S. TUAVIS &; Co., Cocoa, Fla. novo and Mrs. Wm. Stone, of Titusville, arrived Wednesday afternoon from and Mrs Women, la Camden, 8. C. articles reon: 'Ing to the excellent work 1
es Monday, April 11)07.
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left Sunday, for Georgia, where she will their stay of two months In Georgia; now being done by the F. C. L. ,C. A T.
-Mr. E. L. Brady left here, Monday -Mr. and Mrs. Charles/ B. Jefferson Royal Palm Miami, under the 'man;
enter the Monroe Female College. Mrs, Allen reports delightful time, but Co, and we have had numerous letters
morning for Union Society, N. Y., to of llobe Mound, Fla., have leased their agement of Mr. II. W Merrill-Opens
says she is glad to return to Tltusvllle from people In the north asking for Information .
meet his wife and two daughters, who -Mrs. Kate Myers, and daughter Mrs. ummer home on t()rove street, Hand Saturday, December H, look([ ; closes
and greet her friend again.; / about tho canal, which we
left for New York city this week. They Hugh Sparkman, and two children, arrived wlch, Mass., to Charles M. Thompson have gladly answered. Tuesday, April :9, 1007.) ,

will soon leave for Camden, S. C., to In Tltusvtlle, Friday, from Zolfo. MIOTOOHAPHH.( kinds of photographs for' two yean, thus leaving them free to The Colonial, Nassau, N. P. (Bahama

visit Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wooten for a Mr> Sparkman expects to join his family taken, In up-to-date stylelfrom| travel; as they have long ,anticipated' (long i -Attorney H P. Brannlug;, a former Islands), under the management of Mr.

while, ere returning; to Titusville. later and spend a week. $1.73 and upward per dozen. Portraits during the heated season. resident of Tltusvllle,. hut now of West II. E. IJemls-Opens Tuesday, January

Crayon, Pastel, Water Color and : GOULD Palm Beach has been here few 7, 1007 ; closes Monday, April 1, 1007.
CARPENTER WANTED for a Wood WANTED, a position on a turpentinefarm. PROF. E, O. thoroughly experlenoed n days.
Paintings at most reasonable rates,' Royal Victoria Nassau N. 1' Om-
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Working establishment. Must have Have had five years' experience will open a preparatory -Little Miss Fannie ,
and from small Budge /granddaughter
enlarged any photo- hama Islands), under the management of
experience with wood working machinery. running turpentine still; woods school for buys In a most advantageous of and Mrs.James
Capt. Prltch
graph. Babies taken as quick as a Mr. H. E. BemU-Opens (To bo announced
ride, four years; and superintendent situation at Daytona Beach, Fla.,
wink. Call and see samples of our ard, of Tltusvllle, left on the 1:10: train, inter) closes (to be.auoollnoetl
I East Coast Lumber A; Supply Co., two years. Can give reference upon on Oct. 8th. Duly limited numberof ;
work and then you will know what Sunday afternoon, for Miami, to visit later).
Eau Gallie Fla. application. Address hoys taken. Address all communications -
2t ,
her : and
we can do for you parents, Mr. Mrs. F. T Badge The Continental Atlantic Beach
a-j:, A. STEKI.K: Eureka, H. C. to Daytona Beach, Fla. under
-Contractor L. R. Decker, who has If. FAUST, Titusville Fin At the Sunday morning/ services In the the management of Mr. IL E., Bernie

had charge of the work on the Sterling, -Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman Allan, of -Miss Frankle Stewart one of Titus- -Mrs. F, E. Stone, and children, of Tltusvllle Methodist church, Fannie -Opens Tuesday, March 12,1007 { closed

Tltusvllle, for the past three months or Baltfmore who are well known to many Ille's popular young ladies, will leave TltuHvllle, Is contemplating upending I sang as a solo, Kben Bailey's, "Simply To during August, 1007.Hotel .

more, expects to leave tomorrow, for Elmira I- residents of Rock ledge and other )places Sunday for St. Augustine, to resume her the winter with her husband In Cubit, If I Thy Cross I Cling.; For one 10 young,

and other places In New York state, ac far South as Miami, are now at Hotel studies In St.* Joseph's Convent. This the revolution at that place Is suppressed. her voice U sweet and remarkably strong. Wanted.A .

on a visit to relatives. He purchased biB Marlborough, Asbury Park, N. J., after will be Miss. Frankle's last term, an next Mrs. Stone Is the'wife of a former popular I ADDITIONAL LOCAL and personalnews
In Tl pending several woeks In the White I engineer on the F. E. C. Ry., who
ticket from the Clyde Line agent
June she will be one of the members of on page 8. You must road every neat but not large;furnished hotel,
of Xew now holds Hue In Cuba. With
Mountains Hampshire.Dr. a position
tusvllle. be graduating class 'page In the AUVOOATK, If you wish all situated on tho East Coast In Florida,
Mr. Stone Is Mr. BudeOsban formerly
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has and Mrs. H. G. Utley have the news. wanted for the winter several
-The Miami, Novelty Co., Miami, goneto rent or
-We
with
acknowledge thanks
/ receipt of Tltusvllle, who has recovered from
and other fruit : housekeeping in the Rollins residence seasonsIf found desirable,by a thorough
been advertising guavas of
a copy of the Honolulu (Hawaii) his attack of typhoid fever, and now Furnished! Cottage 1'or Kent.
for sale .In the ADVOCATE,' and a letterto on Palm street, Tltusvllle, where theyare Evening Bulletin, giving full particulars olds an engineer's position on the name up-to-date, responsible hotel man, now

this office says: "When the people of at home to tbolr friends. This Is of the wreck of the fine steamship Manhurla line as Mr. titone. operating one of the most popular all-

the East Coast say they saw our ad. in Mrs. Utley's first experience at housekeeping en route from San Francisco torlanlla. Oak Cottage thoroughly furnished year round hotels, lu western North')

the EAST COAs'r ADVOCATE, and send and our society editor says she It was forwarded to the A1)Vo. Notice. house of nlue rooms, bath and laundry, Carolina. When answering this advertisement .

us orders and substantial remittances, l is getting along admirably' I>r. and OATH cilice Mrs. N. W. Gilbert tae, :Miss i for the season, 'from January to May, please give full particulars,

rlt proves your paper to be a good advertising and Mrs. Utley have the bust wishes of Edna Berge sister of Mr. C. L. Barge, Dr. Harry G. Utley will be associated 1H07. At Indlanula, Merritt Island, and If we don't come to, Investigate will

r medium." Nothing like advertising their; many friends their new venture who spent last winter In North Titus- with Dr. E. E. Rollins I It.. the practice of Fla.One of the best and healthiest locations have our representative. Address,

want housekeeping. medicine In Tltnsvlllo In the future and '''')1. IlKwtrr: ,
In the ADVOCATE if you good; 'Ille. We have also received a copy of on Indian River; grounds ample
can be found at Dr. Rollins' office Dr. Proprietor Blue Ridge Inn,
results. the Jamaica Times, published at Kings and pleasant'beautiful; ; oak trees along
l'l eonl.-Secoul Annual Sale. Rollins will be out of town for the next Ilendersonvllle, N. C.
ton Jamaica W. I.
sent Mr.
by George the river front with seats and swings.
Furnished House! Wanted, joutrel Lucas, formerly of Eden Indian two or three weeks and !Jr. Utley will Oranges trees, well laden with fruit

To make room, I will\ sell 100 pair ol River, attend to all patients during* absence at the very door. A desirable winter Property to (.emJo.

From November until May; pleasantly Breeding Homer Pigeons; 100 pair of FURNITURE borne. -

V situated near center of town. Must have young birds that will work In about DRY GOODS,, 1J0 You Want u Nice Wjnter Address, A. S. 'It/urillivo, The famous Hector Island Property,

not less thl\l1' three bedrooms and good three months Bargains to quick buy. NOTIONS, Home in Florida ? tf .. ludlanola, Fla.LliiieM on Indian River, at Melbourne, Fla.,
Pure stock
drinking water. Give full particulars as ers. Antwerp 1 EDISON and consisting of I't: room Hotel and Club
r JAS. McCoMH, Jit., FOR SALE-The McCoy property In
to furnishings and price. 3 :.! Pompano Fla. DRY BATTERIES Went Tltnsvlll:consisting of a line residence and Guavas.for Halo room, 7 room Bungalow, und 3 room
C. L. BEKOE, SHOES and / Cottage. Fine situation for a hunting,
and :21 acres of land, part of which -
S Adolphla, N. J. Snntord Laundry. HOUSE FURNISHING OOODi.CHAB. U an orange grove,. which'will yield Florida Key Limes and Guavas, $1.00 fishing or yacht club. Flue harbor.

A. GAHDHI/I, Tltusvllle, Fla.I about:400 boxes of fruit this winter. per crate. Avocado pears' fancy, 250. With services of family of three, as

Walker Hardware Co. The residence Is new and in perfect Write or remit keeper, stewardess" Rod waitress, by the

Domestic finish work, also steam cleanIng >entlfltry.Dr. condition _throughout, and)' contains 11 Xovetrv: COMPANY, former Game Warden of the QuaspeakaClub

and pressing. All work guaranteed. rooms, exclusive of bath 50-5 Box 0-1, Miami, Fla. of Rockland county New York.
room pantry
The hot weather is hero and youpshould G. L. MAXDAVlLtB:, Agent. and china closet Hot J Expert guide, boatman and dog trainer.
and cold
wife to ( olck. J. W. Newman Dentist of West waterIn
treat your a new, bath kitchen and Onion Sets For Sale Fine fishing, hunti'lland/ boating/ .
Gasoline Stove. It Is too hot for Shot Gun and KIMe I'alm Beach, will be In Titusville for a room, pantry. Bathroom Address (u.ner. W. NucLflrx: ,

have to stand over that old wood week, and can be found at the Indian baa sanitary closet; laundry has While and Km] Bermuda Onion Sets Brevard Co.
Fla
Melbourne
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stove. River hotel. JIe will be pleased to see sanitary closet and I water facilities. now ready, get your orders' In early. ---

Then, too, you should buy a White We have a (fine line of Shot Guns and any one desiring any line of dentistry. Barn. 21ft.1.10ft., DOW" and up-tn-date Price per bushel, of forty ;pounds, $ l.!>0.
RUIes. Get ready for the quail season. In all its arrangements CarrU e' house Fruit and Vegetable
Mountain Freezer, and make your own I CJII' IIIU HiurniriM: Sear: Co.,
Prices are right. adjoining; barn. Water.In barn. M -
Tarn-la
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Fla.
Ice cream to suit your taste. House For JCent. ,
JAS. PBITCHAKD: Sow'!, Large chicken house, cement floor
All kinds of Hardware,Tinware Glassware Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of

Chlnaware, Paints, Oils, Ship Titusville, Fla. also supplied with water. Galvanized Wire Clieap.W Bay und Julia streets, Jacksonville
Furnished! houses to rent for the sea Grounds, surrounding residence, under Fla. 1 results.
Engine and Launch Fixtures always bring good Their
" Chandlery etc.Everything., Wood for Sale. son 100.V0.' Best bunting and fishing on /good cultivation. Shrubbery, etc have several tons of GalvanizedWire facilities for handling Pineapples Grape
the East 'Coast of Florida. I can far Cost over $ OOO.
you need In our line, and No. 8, to No. .)0. which we offer fruit Oranges: and Early Vegetables cannot .
Pine or oak, any length. Also plowIng ,. nick Just what yoC want. Write to A very decided bargain for somebody. very low" to close out. be surpassed. This Is one of the

at right. prices.WALKER HABDWARE Co.Tltosville and harrowing. See or address J," Jour K. WALKEII.Tltusville MOHOAJT I Jc WALTON. Agents. EAST'COAST LUMBKK: : SIM-PLY Co., oldest and most reliable houses In this

Fla. W. Jamison, Tltosvllle, Fla. Fla, Tlta.vlll., Fin. Eau Gallle, Fla. tate. Try them. '
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Free and 4& = Clever I ul>lo. .ln. 'Standard 'Electric Company
The Italia tenor Marconi once mado

Accepted ...U/hI4:/ Masons. i a visit to Itublnstcln. during which the ,

-.... : The United latter'a little MOll came tripping eagerly
-' Into the inutile room and said "This U Jacksonville Florida.

lndlsa'Y- '\ \'J'J No. 90 my fcsta. pupa and rVant a present""Very ,

.;. States Faces ( well my son what "bnUlt be?" --- -- --

River /;" Titulvllle.Lode. "A waltz iwipn a new waltz all for 1lLzils.sby: DIZWILiI1cry Colnlpllluy.
nu
and now'hllt impatient
myself
JACKSONVILLE:::; FLORIDA.
/ r7Florida.. Revolution little 's.>n It Isl"! exclaimed the great .
SAW MILLS EJiOINES AND BOILERS,
Holds ltd luentmith the "cond and fourth WortnoHilay musician. "Hut of course you shall
of eanh month, In the Ma..onloT, "inle have gift. Here It la. Listen! And FOKTAill.K OUTFITS A SPECIALTY
;your
Titus llla, at TiBO: o'clock p. in. '
By J. FRANK HANLY. Governor of Indians for you." turning; to the distinguished .. . -Write for Catalo2'ue-
3 John r.,A.N.Morgan.Wmlor,Worshipful senior:: Warden.Phlip Mutter., <<. tonor "I will play my 'Nero. "'tle'CIIIS < -- Hold on Easy Terms. Cor. Ward and Jefferson Sts.

W.I ,I.erte.lnnlor' Wardon.I ----- --t lueredlble.;' says Marconi "but -.. -- --.
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U. Duren. TraaHUnr.

I I J.A.CnrrutliarH 1)runney. Henretary." iMiutiin.Vercy HE American people are ut the beginning of a great revolu- a then most and remarkable there I witnessed phenomenon.nail beard The J. :J> C> ::BBI1"VIS.SUCCCtlKO" : .

O. Walton Junior Hoaeon. ( to Dobbins lron.)
( C. It. Walton H nlor Steward.M. tion. As there i is IN A LITERAL: SENSE no call maestro Improvised aud played u
rt. Saiiin, JunlVir Htewaril. C yet charming waltz with hiM left hand giv- G: U N nn.: . La: C K. S J.\I.JX: : T ]E3.

J..K.A.Walker a..oaloy., Tyler.Chaplain.V. to arms. Thero are no drum] beats, no bugle blasts, rib serried lug me ot tlio same time with his right Badges, Checks Door :Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Supplies.

ranks, no marching columns no battlefields strewn the splendid overture" rAlIUNU OF GUN AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY!
,
I Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
I 1NI)IAN RIVER CIIAI'TKK NO. :itT, with the wounded and th6 dead, but THE REVOLUTION , A Japanese Proverb.A 224: Alain &t. Jacksonville. Fla.

KOVAL AIICII MASONS.. IS UPON US and about us aa.certainty) as though! ; all these Japanese proverb worth remember-. -- --
Arch Manon
The Imllnn River Chaptar Royal lug:
meet JfflBonld tile T flrat niplu.Wednesday or each month at the wero present. Stupendous social), economic and political changes' aro "lie who knows not and knows not SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

The following are the oflloer of this chapter I involved. Deeply imbedded in the very coro and center of this revolution ) that he knows not Is u fool. Shun him.
M. R.' Ram, Excellent High 1'rlent. "lie who known not and knows Unit
./. R. Walkor, King:, like thread of its and
R.N. Andrews Hcrllie. running a gold through all shifting scenes he knows not Is humble Teach him.
II. R. wilnon. TettHiirnr.V and knows not that Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
A, Morgan Hocrotnry. changing forms, are certain FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF "He who knows ,
T. B. Sander. : (.:Wt. or H IxinlRAlexander. rrlnnlpal .Sojnnrner.lten. HUMAN IlIOIIT and of human liberty, and unless we in our day "He who knows and knows that be i'

K.. M. I'rltoliBlt Titvlnr' "Master, Itoyal of Third Arch V.Captain. possess a willingness to seek! for these and the wisdom to find them and knows Is n wine man. Follow him. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick..
J. N. Waller %laeter of Hmximl V, ".
v o. A.Vtewart, Master of Klriit V, the patriotism and the courage to proclaim them, to stand, by them
J. 1>. Kuril, Bxntlnel.OllDKIt .
and SAVE THEM WHEN FOUND, the call to arms, tho drum Offices foot ot Ilogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262:

L :: OF EASTERN STAR.M beats, the bugle calls, the serried ranks, tho marching columns and the J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager

M ntlm Friendship Maxoiiln. riiantor l I...iilueniinn., No. It,,Tltunvlllu holds its meetln, on tlie M battlefields will come to us as certainly as in the past they came to our fw -- .- - - .
first and' third Tuesdays. In enoh month at 8IXI) pagloo
p. in. The following are the orHuvrs of the fathers. The Oldest Kntttblinbeil:: Grain and Seed House In tba State..

Chapter lp i Tho criminal aggressions of incorporated and aggregated wealth
p Mrn.! (l. l1, R.d+binn, W. ;M. : alike

Minn John CutliuriiiK R. Walker Hams'W. I'AHnonlate. ,\ M.Mlm I against tho individual must bo stayed by legal regulations !nd wholesome & Wm.:: : A. :SO"l:1.rS: : dt; CO.

Kate Stewart, I'oniliiotrm' *. laws COURAGEOUSLY ENFORCED:: o'r will
I Mice .'...10 Hano'o.a.' AeeorlatoCtn.\ history repeat

MIH' It./anilln, It. WIIHOII Htuwart, lIoorola.Tre miirer.Mrr ,. ..i I itself, as it has in the past. We will no more be exempt than other gen- a GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
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Mr, V. A, Morgan, Ruth
Mrs. J.ll. Walker, Ada, erations have been. Progress must and will be made.K '1 1' at first-to the average
M ra. M. ,. H..rl'ro"r.llfllrtlll ., ,
Mr ..T.Kline, Entor.Mrs. . H K Ix1 eye-but think of after- ,., ,. Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
.J. l>. Minim,Klnctji.! f
than. It. Wai urn, W..ler. M 20t( East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
ePD1T11M
Human the of the individual citizen the of ward.
rights
., J. L..ferruthera, Hnntlnpl.H. rights, rights or .
Marohnl.Ono. .
WIlBon
K.. M, Robbins! Chaplain.TITI'SVILLB tho body of tho people are not safe whero government is administered Lucas Catalogue free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. Iy.MeMurray '4

I the up - - -.-. --
Bl' SPECIAL INTERESTS or through corrupt or demoralizing -
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V.1IPIU. MJ,
influence of organized wealth and greed. No despotism can bo more Paints

absolute than the DESPOTISM: OF MONEY.. & Baker "

Thrift, wealth and aggregated capital are essential to the prosperity It (Tinted Gloss)

I, of' tho people, and the development of tho country. I wage no war ',,1 are made to wear. They 4Ol-Vlj East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

against these or any of these. go farther, have a rich. -Makers and Jobbers of-

I II BUT I DO WAGE WAR AGAINST THE THRIFT THAT GROWSBY er gloss and color-

I .I) THEFT AND PECULATION, AGAINST THE ABUSE OF WEALTH, Vehicles Harness and Material
!Mode every Urn arid third Monday In eiM'h and hold it longer than e{ Carriage Wagon
nmntli H p. in., slurp; at the Mammlo. AGAINST THE CORRUPT PRACTICES OF INCORPORATED CAPITAL. ,
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Tuinpln other paints made.
I ConardCommandar.. .,, .. ., ....Harry Wilson AND THE UNDUE AND UNHOLY INFLUENCES IT EXERCISES IN any Saddlery Rubber Tires.
'I AdvleerLieutenant .It.Walk... 4' "Pound Wisdom"
Inker H. C. THE ADMINISTRATION OF GOVERNMENT. says
ConkllnK
i Knoort <* I..Maiiclnvlllu First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
.J I..VHrruther. I do not look with pleasure either upon "muck" or the "muck Lucas Paints ,
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Wauiliinnn .. ... -
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i B ntry..J.n.Ellnl.J rakers but either is better than the "muck bed." and as long as the Ask your dealer.
Dlravtors.... .. ..... .. .. .. ... .....r.l'.wllHon r
Il.ll 1'jlenaml 8' J.Norton "muck bod" remains I the "muck raker" will continue to
Co
... .. hope exposeit John Lucas lie Some of Our Best Sellers
Oanipriiynlolau ...... ..... M.E.Ikalhi. :
attend All vi.the lUng mootlnjK.Woodmen are oorlIallylnvltod to ANI TO LAY IT BARE ; that the people may como to hate it, Philadelphia

to despise the greed that feeds it and to forsake every man whose handJ t LflhTlltiIJ55JJL. :: J
11 ( Star Brand Butter, 5 and 10 lb. Sealed Palls . . 27cts
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i arc soiled with pollution. Sold .by Jus. I'rltclmnl alt:; Son.: Fresh Pork and Frankfurter Sausage In Kits. . . . . . $1.30

: 1 Tltiisvillc, Flit. Choice Mackerel, In Kits. . . . 1.25'

tl '. In Tubs. . . . . 2.25
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) STOP WOMAN' ATLAHTICCOASTLINE -Consumers, write for our Complete Price List.-

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,' EXCURSION RATES The Co.
AND CONSIDER THE Enterprise Grocery ,


FROM: JACKSONVILLE.:
ALLIMPORTANTFACT : I 17 Bridge St.
-QUICKEST TO-
JiLclraroaIvi11e: I-i'lol.jdu. ,

.. \, Washington and points East .----- --

$9I.'IO) : San Francisco, Cal., pn sale .. .NlTE : RG'i'ii ERS:
Advorflslng Is the mainspring dally; limit Oct. SI.: ,
$14.73 AtlanticCity/ :N, .J.,on sale daily PHONE 315, KSTA1II.ISIIK1J IHHH' I.
of business. It k thn
( cps ronclilnory -
in motion and Innds to rt ; limit Oct. 31. WIIISKII: WINKS, GINS AND It U AND IKS.
i flS.)5' (); Niagara Ffills, X. Y., ou sale
profitable ,
prore'HR.-Gporg P.Itowell .
dally; limit\ Oct. :SI Express Prepaid. Lemp's Beer.
&
Co.
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That In addressing Mrs. Pinkham you :11.011: () Washington, D. C., on sale dally; Full Quart lueamire. 4 tjt) C I Qta 12QCS hoer: . . ...... ..... ....Per... *l i.FalHtalT
limit Oct 31. .......... ........ ... ...... 1
nioomnK! Nel. ... .. Standard ... .. ..,........... ....... .. ...... 1 DO
York woman whose Denver Colo. Hale oh County Rye :2 Mi 4 25 7 BO
: $3700
$13,000 with on daily
spent experience wo b' t ,
ndvertlslng ; Monogram . .... ... halt, extra dark ... .... .... .... ,I 10
14)0. 3 ito 4 /BO 8 (Hi'
n epocliil sale to lust one week.It men s diseases covers twenty-five years. limit Oct..:;l. Hanna's-44" Rye .... . 3 7li II'Ml I) 50Riiolal U: said their profits on it Tho present Mrs. Pinkham is the $(M,73 Bar Harbor: Me., op Hale dally; DrmiM" .., .. ....... ... ...1. 4 no 611"1:400( : Ale, pinta .... .... .... ....... .... ...... S !
daughter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham. it M"ltWhl.k..v.. .... . ::1 ill BIN u BO Oulneat Blunt, pint .. ... .... ....... ..... :ail//!
amounted to $:.mOOO. and for her limit Oct. 31. I'each Hranilv...... . .... ...:.:"d 75 BOO II BOApple
many years under direction $1)1.05) Chicago Ill., on Hale dally ; limit Hramly' .,............. .3TII'II''no u no Bulk v Goods, Jugs Free-Not
.--. . . . . . . . . and since her deceaseher! advice has been Oct. :SI. Holland tin ..... .. ... .. .. .. ::1" 4 U5 7MHeneva ,f Prepaid.
freely given to sick women. (lln+ .... ........ .. .. .....37,1: B nil o BO 81./10! flnl. Gin, Corn Onml Urode.
22.83:! !! WrightsvlMe, Tf. c!, on sale dai- North Carolina Corn. .. .... ...aw: 4 oo T 00 per -nye RUlli.111.. ..
'Thl. paper offer the beat Many women suffer In silence and drift along p Mountain C'..rll. ............. ......3 Vt S IJI) n Ml .INII'.r, lel-ltyeOlnCure I
,, inrtllniii for .ucc...(ullrndvrrtldtiir from bad to worse, knowing full well that they ly; limit Oct. :SI. Jamaica Ruin. .. .. ..... . .... ...:it no t'M: 7 :28MdUfonl revile per'Oal.Uyo Gin Corn* Rum. Reet
,
your .a.ln... ought to have Immediate assistance, but a natural t.vl.lO; Saratoga Spring: N. Y., on sale Ruin .......... .. .. ....375 B (Ml U BO for the niitnuy.
.. !(.<.. us low as clrcnlallonivlll modesty impels them to shrink from exporting themselves daily; limit Oct 31. Grape King of H"Indy.I Kentucky 1t'alrlm..3: 7/J 711IJI/ Bon) D ABO BO #3.<>0 ]>er.Unl.-"44" Eye Tench and AppleHraiuly.

; "' ..."Dt.eo. to the questions and probablo examinations i SPECIAL OCCASIONS. l'ortlborry:! or 01.11":1: 60 379 7 MAnHortnient *4 mi pry O'RI.-VI"tnrla Alto K)e, Bunlal! grope
of even their family physician. It is unnecessary. $:1:)S.JO Hot Ark. ale allowed on alt goods: of came price. Eye. Medicinal Quality.
. . . . . . . ..' . . Without money or price you can consult a. woman ninety Spring:days. , on daily, / .
whose! knowledge from actual experience la great. 124(1-1258 West 1anis Jacksonville, Via.
$10.ij: Atlanta, (iii., on Male Sept 12:.!,
Mr*. Pliikhum's Standing Iiivttatloif! IS: Hi, 17, I 1H; limit :Sept\:!: ; teu- - -

The leather Leather that and makes Mine.the poet Women are invited suffering to promptly from any communicate form of female with weakness Mrs.. p $ 2.11Denver: sion Oct.,10 Colo., on sale :Sept. 10( to CHAS. :IB: :IL, TTZLvd:: : : cSc 0 0 lit

comfortublo shoes and the most lusting Plnkham at Lynn Mara All letters are received, 22, inolullve; limit Oct 15.; 817. 819 W. Ray: St., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
as well U tlie old fashioned tun hurl opened, read and answered by women only. A No trouble to answer question
cow leather, greased good sad hard woman can freely talk of her private illness to a i KxcurHion rates to other points.
I every Saturday with tallow fut. Oil woman; thus has been established the eternal Limits schedules! Pullman accommodations
I t' Is the life of leather, and a shoo shouldbe confidence between Mrs.Plnkham the womenof and all detailed Information to
America which has been broken. Out shove or' other
oiled never! points cheerfully furnished -
nt leant twice a mouth, as it
of the vast volume of experience! which she / either on application In person tPRPREPAID' ,
readily evaporates. The man who has to draw it is ", cx9Rtsa
from more than possible or by mall, to
walks a great deal should change Ida that .,he has gained the ,
, very knowledge r, t FliA.XK C. BoYLSTOJf, 2
) rhoes every other day If he can afford that will help your cose. She asks noth.J ./J I R 3 i .2) .
, It, and lie should make some sacrifice ing in return except your !goodwill, and "j / / District Passenger Agent 138 SV'.st Bay ,
: to do it, as the benefit to his feet will her advice has relieved thousands. Surely Street, Jacksonville, Flu. i

J lie Immeasurable. Shoes should fit the any woman, rich or poor Is very /
I'' feet well) and snugly. The feet should she does not take advantage of this 'enl
;'l be tho last part of u uiun'a anatomy to erous otter of a\tllstlLnce.-Lydla E. UNIVERSITY COLLEGEOF 12.qTS, 0 qT
ham Medicine Co., Lynn Mass. I I II 1
tire from walking, and they won't if MEDICINE WAWa0TU :' $ 00' $

"i I the proper care Is taken of them. I ,! KT McOUIRt: M. D., Pm. .ie.".,.. fI 4 .
Milwaukee" Following we publish two letters 11 As know I
AVIscoustn. yon wrote:yon that my doctor This Coeoororm.. to the Bt.nd.rd.Ibe4 .
I from n woiimn wlio nCt"IMloll meet have an operation or roulil, not by law for Medical Education. fiend for rvi () o
I II ted this invitation. Note the ]live. I then wrote you, telling you my ailment Bulletin No.11,which t.ll.about It. : I,
A iiirnntlo .
KpnnUU l'ulu's.The
I result *. 1 followed your advice and am en Thus fr.ctMlorv**-Sl>-clty Dfpmrtmtat, -
"eighth wonder," as It is usually Flretletter. tirely well I can walk mile without an MECICINIDENTISTRYPHARMACYDade i i i e 11
i (called la the gigantic palace of tho ache or a pain, an,11 owe my life to you and
Dear 1>1"", Plnkhnm 1
: to Lydia F. llnltham's Vegetable Compound. '
I...,. EBCurlnl, which stands in the ancient For eljtht yed something- I ..i8h livery Buffering woman would' rend
1-J I kingdom of Toledo, Spulu. It la con terrible every month. The pains are exrrurintlnK this t.c..t1moulaland mouse the value of writ County Land "or Sale. 1 l' .. ly.e +
' fessedly the most wonderful edifice lathe and T can hardly stand them My ing to you and your remedy.. "-Mra. Mary /r's '
r. world, whether In dimensions or doctor say. I have a severe female trouble., Dlmmick' Sikh and K. Caiiitof HtreeU, IVaakiiigton .
anll must go through: an operation If I want LI. C. For s"le. cheap, the northeast quarterof
riches. It has 1.8HU rooms, 0'JUO windows to got well. I do not want to submit! to it It southeast quarter of section 3 township
and door*. 80 staircases, 73 fountains I can poKsibly help It. i'leaae toll me what When medicine has
48 wine cellars 8 organs and Clbells. to do. I hop you can relieve me."-Mn, I in restoring a I to health so been successful :33, south of range 41 east; close to .srent.. for the J5 \1st Ilr.,w. ..' Co.
j Mary Dimmifk.fiUth aud E. Capitol StrwU, many women -::
O. K. Wood's
pineapple plantation
Its circumference Is 2.800 feet Wiuhington, I>: C. whose testimony is so unquestionable, on -- -
or almost exactly a halt mile. It was Second letter. you cannot well say,without trying It. St Lucie River; 40 acres. r.

R dedicated to Ht Ix>renzo, the saint who( Dear }I..... Plnkham "I do not believe it will help me." If Also the northeast quarter northeast THE- ADVOCATE JOB PRINTINGOFFICE
: Is suid to have been broiled yon are ill don't hesitate to get a bottle .
I on a grid "After following carefully yom advlp, *, of Lydia quarter of section IS, township 38,
E. Pinkbam's
iron, and that account Its foundations and taking Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable : Vegetable
q : on south of range 41 east; on south fork of
.
Compound al once,and write Mrs.! Pink,
I anxious send
Compound am very to you
were laid off In Imitation of the Lucte River 40
St. ; acres Apply to Headquarters
my testimonial,that other may know tcoir ham. Lynn Mass.! for special advice-
1 shape of that kind of a piece of kitchen CHA'*. H. WALTON
value anti what you have done tur me it is free and always helpful. ,
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVIULE. FLA. SEPTEMBEK: 14, IJ>06. 8

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Professional Onrds. Notice of Special Law
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.A PEACH BELLS POPULAR. SEED SOWING. It Is a good practice to sow the seed

In rows as this enables tho soil to bestirred

M. BOBBINS, NOTICE I.to hereby the LrKlxlaturo:;given; ; of the of Intention the State to ft ,.he "hle I'.b Leaved Caetpeunla Prl .rlnir. IMiintlnii and Curing For to prevent it from baking. Tho

GEO. Finildaasisregular: M-KKlon, In the \....., In ll.rlr. G........ Seed IlnmvK In the noun IK X should bo set by the window and
1111'7. to JUIBH. a special| or lixtal law for Hrevanl Favorite Spot In a Favored accompanying shows I of need In where the
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR (.""ntv Klorlila. aulMtanou M folliiun The figure a re- With tlio sowing given plenty of light but at the same

An Act entlt led..n Art to aut horl.e the hoard Secton-The Famous East mnrknbly well grown plant of' white beginner lit lower vulture may iiiuko time shielded I from the hot sun. When
AT-LAW. of ConntyC.muutaluneM l of iirever.1 Oiiintv: bellflower tuoMt sorrowful mistaken. Here are tlio hare to fair size It
Florida to levy an additional tax or two mllfe Coastof Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFUUNDIAN. poach 11'0\.t Cumpntiulaporslelfolln plants !grown a
Will practice In State and United States: each year for two vntini, tur the iwruuiM)of buy allot n native of' Europe some little hints; The boxes In which will\ par warm enough outdoors to set
liiK ..""'hlllur. build) .
) to bard surface roads In
Court. Mini cnnllt,'. but long cultivated giirdcuH of which seeds! are to be sowed should have them out in tbo garden. Ageratums

He It enacted by the Legislature of the State RIVER hole for ilrnlnage lu time liottoin but sweet nlyHHiim. snapdragons, heliotropes
Office at TITUSVILIK FLA. of Florida. Rural New Yorker says: '
should not lie HO 1111 to keep the lolMMIitfl. nnsturtlumn and
open ver-
,
Section 1. It shall the duty of the Hoard ot This variety grows two or three feet
County CoinmliiRlKneni. nf Itievaril County Flor soil dry. Ordinary garden soil may bo! banns ran lie treated successfully
V D.L. OAULDEX, ida. upon the preHeutatlon to them of one or Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise high and bears a great profusion used In the bottom but ut the top wny.
more iietltlom nKiind! by a mafurltv of tae
littered vot.., who aie Kreuluihlen.. ,. of said rug- Down this Far-famed River. large blooms liron'dor and moro open there should bo n lighter soil well

ATTORJTEY-AT-I.AW oonntyasking mill. for an additional, l levy of two Fine Fishing and Hunting than those of the common Canterbury mixed. The small need should 1 be HOWed Chsmberlahl'. 'onglt, lleiimfly. .Art on
taxes for cacti year, for two years, for the
Will practice In all the Court of the State purpose uf liu>'liir| n.lu\hluery to build'' hard'...- The town of Tltusvllle U situated on bells, C. medium.Vhllc the plant III ou the diirfiice' then flue doll spread Nature 1'1"".
or Florida and the United Stated Courts. are pulilla' rowlH I In mild county to low a taxof perennial It H best trentotl In this. over III"IIOI'I'"H.1110w\I. but not no 1mrd The mist successful, medicines are
two mills Biioli' year, for two ,rears upon all the Florida Bast Coast Railway 154
1. 0 Box 23S. TITU8VILI.K, FLA.. property' ut sold. uoiinty snbjeetl.y 1 law to taxa miles country as biennial, sowing the seeds as to cause lie "soil' to baku. Course MIOHW I ) that. ,aid nature Chamberlain': .
south of 145 milesnorth
tion, In adilltlon to this other taxes required ny Jacksonville Sear! van Iol..t l bu planted) In little drill\ Couuli Remedy not on this plan.' 'fake
law to he luvloil.Heutionli. of Palm Beach and 212 miles I I It, cold and It will
when
:* J. WEBB > The levy of oulil taxes iirovlrtod A or each seed proHHod down Into the you have a allay
F., herein shall hetnadn' l hy tile M..lllho..rd of County north of .Allaml. The Tltuivllle branch: soil nnd tho whole coveredwith a thin Mix cough! relieve! tho !lunge, aid expectoration -
('ol1lll..I..nor. at the time n-ipilrod" l hy law for of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa &: open the ircretiona and aid 1 ra-
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW- the levy of other county taxes, .and In the layer of earth, nu with the small 11I1'/'<.1.
manner reiiiired'| l hy law fur. the levy ot otherI'onnty Key West Railroad, now controlled by The soil should, IK gently sprinkled 'III" In ic-Htorlng the system to n healthyt.inrii11u1L
Will 'riuiumindit have testified to
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practice In the Courts of the 7th tiixun.40ft :
Clroult. Taxes paid for nonresidentsand 1>. I.. tlA I'L""N.unrlI.u"H the Florida East Coast Railway Co., with water Immediately after the : its NII\'I'II..r| excellence.: It counteracts

rents and accounts collected. also runs into the twn-thls( being the planting.! Only tlm quantity of' water any tendency of n cold! to leault In pneumonia

. :Notice of Intention terminal point of that brarch. There which the soil can utmortl without l ocoiuliiK files, SM: cent Large size 50cunt

TrrusviLLK FLORIDA.H are several trains arriving dally from soggy should l>o glvcu. The *. For sobs by All Punier

to plaice Appllctitloii for Jacksonville and Sanford during the box should lw wateretl subsequently i

EMMIXOS & ANDREWS Authority to Sell Annd1ol season. whenever the soil incomes dry a little Reader, do you subscribe for the 'EAI'IT
COAHT ADVOOATK ?
i of "Vnrdi'l.1.TOTlf't As the county neat of Brevard county r below the surface.'

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAAV, it has a cottrt-house and a modern' rtlt +

FonT PIERCE, FLA. : H' IlKRIiHV: LIVEN TII4T ON: Jail building, with rarely over two or xi

r .l", or the M V tn.mtlieroaitrras.dar or "Hnptemhur petitioner, plan, at lout ran.in he, three Inmates. The population\ is over i FREETOTHE RUPTUREDKor

E. FOSTER Hoard, the undurnlKxed. .an guardian of Albert 1000. Illness Is so rare that one doc.
STEVn (:unklhl Homer
K Conkltnic and Ray..1 Lee
tor In town finds ample time to act as
ronklinic, minor, wi I apply to his honor. Hen.).
ATTOHXEYATLAYVJyalUpchuroh It. WIlHun, loiinty Judge of Hrevnrd county, Justice of the Peace and Notary Pub-
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Floridaathisnfaue in FitnuvlllB. Florida for
Building ..lax.JACKSONVILI.K authority to dell the Inter or" of said minor' In lic, besides attending to his medical
the lollowlnit, land In H rerun! oonnty Klorlila practice while the other finds time togo :I.A teams' im n specialist| in cnilnu rupture I hacured thousands. uponiliiiiiHiimlN
:, FLA/ vlzt, The South t'Itinge,t :a, of Bwtion"' IB, '['''WII- t of oiim-H tor iiiplnio' of nil II hili... Literally. \ tlioiiHimdn of oases of chip| an Hoiiih', 38 Kant. containing IU hunting.
aoreH more or lOftt.: ""roiiM IIII""Il..r| )unit; RtiinillnK, Hint |d Inctimblo have( 1 boon permanent J
STEWART, MATl'IK CO: KLINO, Here la virtually the head of the Indian cured" h\ tn. Hlniil} .. :01". h,,". It IMHCUIU. but .ntnyn oared and does away with
-r 0.A. :3-H Ouarilian River, and the favorite point for triiMHVM foiover. Th> iiHiindi. of Htioutr. t Htlim>nlalM' from cured. patients I will

FIVE INSURANCE. fitting out and starting of numerous (Feint ntKK TIIIAI. troutiiient and "nlI..18| demoDHtrntlon to any ruptured persona

cruising parties during our balmy win- U hunt 11110 CI'Df. You can curt yourself right( In your own home, without dan
ReproHents only strong and reliable MuifflcMil ii IHHH of time. Your "olfaie demands
Low ter months: as everything to 1I1'1'1t opriutlon, pain, < ntf companies. necessary Hint. you iiroept Ibis rviumdabla\ fio i otter and write me nt once, Do not Bend any

Office corner Palm and Pine Streets. comfortably equip pleasure yacht, m<>n..,. The tilnl Iipiilni4'iit and full demonstration ado absolutely true. I have
can here be obtained at the moat reasonable n. l high 1 aim In outing; H few, mote' tlionHiind om>en of rupture Curing; rupture is

TITITMVILLK, FI.OKIDA. prices. Thla U evidenced by 111[ \ "" fTl I noL an ex(>eilm.!iit, with me, UK my US! .veam of Hotual expel lenco In curing many

RatesVIA. the fact that the same parties have tliiiiiHiindH of clIMes! will provo, \\ ,the for the FIFO Tioutmcnt. nnd Full Domon01 .
rEACH LEAVED CAMPANULA. 'in Ion today, andou, will foievur bless the day" that you Hint heard of tho Rice
been coming hero for '
GENERAL DIRECTORY. annually many Peifurt, ( AdllesM| .
one year to. secure lloworlilp; plants the Kuiiinie ure I
winters for that purpose, In preference
Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RICE
next. Plants! often' live
many years
J. u...8....BEN\TOR9.. .. to'any. other point along the East as they are quit hardy but somehow !31M) Main St,, ADAMS: N. Y.
rallaforro, .. ...... .. ..Janvllle. Coast.To
r 8. It. Mallury . .. ............ ....rentutuola. the bloom spikes do not amount to __. _..... __. _.. n_ _._ _ .. .. .__. .. _._ ___ .. _
the southeast of Tltusvllle is tie:
U. ; much after the ncn-ond Hfimon.
S CO.XOIIEHSMEN.: : !I

Frank Clark,. .. .. ....... ... ..L1keCity. SouthernRailway wide sweep of salt water bay (about :\JIXl'lIIl'd" of tho p 'uoU IcuvcHlciinipauuhi Mason :M.: Clark Co.

8. M.: 8parkiuwli! ,:::: : Tampa. six miles in width), formed by the wa. often ('nll"11'It''l\ lolls till U 1 ,
Wm.11. Lamar,. ..::: :::::::. :::.Miiiitlcel.o.U. ; : .
8. LANU OKKICE. ters of the famous Indlau River Here handy garden name, may \Iio had for 10 .

K. 8. (Cliuhh ......... ............ ....KetclHUir. Hiking wild duck shooting. sailing ('('lItlt the imrkot. Thoy should be sown Commission Merchants
WYO. UuhliiHon.... .... .. ... .R eelvur. and rowing can be indulged !In to the outside in :May or June and trunHplunted ,
Olllcen at Qainesvllle. Florida. the border time after July
to
heart's content of the most fastidious any
EXECUTIVE 11(1( MURRAY STRKET: : NEW YORK
DEI'ARrIltEST.Sal.oleon : SDortaman. choosing if possible, deep, rich soil and

: H. Browartl ...... ....... ....flnvninor. setting, the plants sixteen: : inches or
H. Clay Crawford ' .Secretary of State. *440.Petrolr: Mlcb., and return. On the ocean beach nearly In a direct -
W.V. ..:: :.:: :: .. The colors to 1>Q expected
Kiuitc, Trca iirBr. Ticket mild dally mimed Oct. :ill 1 more npnrt.
W.lf. };..It.. ....... ... . . ...Attorney-daimral.. rap. ; line east of Tltusvllle) Is Canaveral nrf nus-shndeM of l>lu l} nnd/ l white.
ore t
Alonzo C. Croora.... .......... .., 191)1; Club surrounded by over 10,000:) Pineapples Tomatoes Potatoes
H. E. Mof.ln .... CiimmlMiloiier Agriculture. I'onoh lulls ore now In high furor. for
M HollowaT.......Hupt. I'uhllo IiiHtruotlun. $:i 1.10S'Hatog"/ "* Spiln x, N. Y, and re acres of land. This property Is ownedby hardy plant collections and\ are freely ,

rw.Clifford Bradford Foetor.AdJutanteueraI.. .,.... .... ...Surveur-Ileneral. Oct.turn.31,'tickets li\ iMI.; Hold dally; limited some of the mot prominent and offered by plant denier There are

E. float,.......... ... ., ...., . .State Cliamlat. wealthy residents of Boston who come several large flowered varieties the UKANS: AND ALL FLORIDA\ VEGETABLES OUR BPKCIALTY.
: Anne .... ...... .
.rtate Examiner. $>:.j.'J5: Lake Oeoree. X. Y., and return. Booth to hunt every winter. beet of which appears to \bo OlKuntoamoerhelmi

Otfloe at Talluhaeaee Florida. Tickets sold dally; limited Oct. :31, .. - -- -- . -' -. .' -.-. . ... - -. - ------ ._
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. U'OO.) The cool refreshing' health-giving! proijuelnn large spikes of

F. M. llil'lnoii Miami..... . ... .... ...Bnimmr. ozone-laden breezes wafted across from white double campllla formed flowers
C. F.Oluieteat', Fort rUrce .. .Rnprenentativo.SUlREMK #. IS.9::: N'Ugara: Falls, X. Y., and. re- the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay tip to two and one-hnlf InolieH in diameter P. Hvililnian: c& Co.

: !: COURT .IUUUK8 turn. Tickets Hold dally; limitedOct. are one of the most enjoyable features and blooming from May until July.
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M. H. l\hbry........ .... .. . ....Chief Justice.F.H. . : I'.KM. of this 2U( Washington St. J NEW YORK
.. .... .. phenomenal location.
Carter .. .A''KlatoJII.tlo. =
.I?1 .. .. $;;::1.:10: Toronto Canadaand return. THE ROSES. 1)3> Murray Street J X. Y.
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H. F.Tavlor ....... .. ... .... There Is a large area of primeval
Ticket sold dally; limited Oct. ---
RAILROAD COM.MISSlOXKIta.JelTernon : forest and prairie land beyond the
:31 100t1.(
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What They Mk llovr to IMnnl and
B. Browne olialrman.. Key Went. northern southern and western bounda.rlea
HndKnn llurr .. . . . .. ....Little Uivur. .'B.7i: Atlantic City N. J., and rntnin. Pruue-Some .
,'. M. Itryan.... ... .. " .. ...... .KlHnlnnnce. Tlcketd Hold dailyiJllmited.Oct.31;, of Tttusvllle awaiting the ad- Roses will ilo fairly ",...1III\ almost Oranges Pineapples
,
R. C. Dunn "I..rk. ., ... ..... Maiilniin.: ,
Jleadijimrtern and olHnea at Tallahassee., flu. 1'JOII.( vent of the thrifty settler to till the any sol), providing It In not u wet or n

fertile soil, which now abounds In !loose, sandy one. Of COIITHO ho ideal)
CIRCUIT COURT. (52.75; ; Newport, 1C. I., Hud return.
Minor 8.Jones,Tltusvllle,........Circuit Juilirt. Ticket. sold dally; limited Out game. Here can be found quail tur. soil In a deep I., strong donut and u sheltered and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

J. C. Jones, Orlando. .. Prosecuting Attorney 81, 100(1.\ ( key and Jeer hunting to suit tae: most position with an exposure to the
S uringTerm-Fo.rth Monday In :.March. morning! vim pbailed from tho fierce VV. epreHmit several l of the largest shipperM In your /State, and wish to represen
Fall Tarin Fourth iu ardent huntsman.. ,
Monday October. $:i7.00 Washlnirron.. O. O., and Iretnrn.
WREVARD COUNTY COURT. On Bale dally; IImlti,1 Oct.31, 1000.i.a5 Tltusvllle'has shelled street electric rays of tho noonday star A'' stiff clay you also. live UN a trial shipment. Established SO I) years

K. It. Wilson, .... ..........:..... Cnuntr Judfte. light, a reliable bank several flue land COD be helpDd! by draining aud .
V 1>. L..(>aul A. A.. Stewart:::::::: :: :. ... .. .CountyVierk.i sale dally; limited Oct. 31, 110(1.( brick stores, a Board of Trade five 1'l1ll'li'es. 8'\1..111/111' < aslies and a sandyor
Spring Term-Second Monday in May. white churches large fisheries tan.
Hummer Term-Second Monday in AiiffUBt. Passenger and Ticket Office a Bravely earth by tho aiMllJoii of cow for your Store.

Kali Term Second Monday In :November. 108V.. Day St. Phone 713.J. fling extract and palmetto fibre factory manure cluy or stiff loiiui, but any for
AWNINGS
Office.
Winter Term-Second Monday in Feliriur}. your
an ice factory law and real estate offices ground which will grow good cubbagn

F/ J. R. COUNTY: SCHOOL BOARD. C. LUSK an opera house, a well-organized will also\ grow good rom>8. The best for your Dwelling.

Walker Snperlntendent.Tltnville. District Passenger. Agent band an armory shooting club a large seiiBou for planting the hurdler roses'
emberE.. H. Arnold" )I"talu.rLR. E. Mlmit,
llonaventure; J. A. Carter' 'urnbull. and comfortable 'hotel overlooking the III I the lute fall but tho more tender

COUNTY: COMMISSIONERS.: I PRO'PERTY bay, besides a number of boarding) tea roses' should be .left till early' % Made by practical awning makers

K. A. ConMtnff, chairman Wm R. FINE FOR SALE. houses! In various parts of the town. sprlnlr.

J.WalkerJ..Tltusvlllol F. Wootun; Coooa John; T.R.J.Mlot.Coclcahntt fllclll\nol"l, La- -I The facts. as presented should havea It often happens when you unpack We have a large variety of stripes and colors
(Ur"nltf'. roses tobII/r. from a Infant nursery'
tendency to direct the attention of
montd.Regular gessloim are h..ll1r.t. Monday in each IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND many prospective visitors to our cosy that you dim-over the bark. all nhrlveled. from which to select. Write us

BREVARD COUNTY: OFFICERS.A. DADE COUNTIES.LAND in their It la a good plan to bury them
town making plans for the
.D. Penney Tltimvllln;. ..... ...CoantyJndge.L. FOR SALE, Nt. Lucia and Dale: completely nt Icimt itlx IncheM below
L, (}auld Tltunvllle .. .. .... Pro winter
n. ; Att'y.A. the surface five the ground 'Inl
counties. of landV a Bros
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Description : stIjof
.A, Stewart Tltunvllln, .. ....roiintyClerk. We have a fine Masonic Hall In McGinley Company
P.A. McMillan Fan (iallle..Tax Assrsiior.K. 00l.th81\"t,4 and west}' of sou'h- Bonking and leave BO for two or three ,

i W. Hall.Titinvllle, Tax Tollevtor. east HOC. Id, townnhlp :'IJ J: range 30, Tltusvllle, where Indian River LoJge dnyu to plump up II I1II1. Iu pluntlnn
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John 1 : :::, :: ::::... :
r Henry, Tltiinvllle .Treasurer. 1(11( '.!O.I01lacre. St. I.ticle No.. !90 .F. & A. 1\[. Indian River West Palm Beach Florida.
.1..R. Walker, TltiiKvllla.. ,..Superintendent. county. : Chapter I budded or.grit rtc'll plaiitH tho point of -
J. n. Fries Tl'iinvllle,.. . .County Surveyor. Went Jj of not th west 1.4 and west |a Royal Arch Masons! FriendshipChapter amen should be at leant two 1 inches below twant - .-
J.P.Xrown. Tltimville. .... ............Sh rllf. of southwest 4", .sec. :33;;, township. :3d I:!
No. 11 Order of Eastern Star the surface HO that they
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W, S.Norwood: Tltiisvlllo..RegistrationOllloer/ : may
range 3D, \KM( acres, Ht. Lucle county. /I.-We an agent In TitusvillePI4NFUE
and Tltusvllle Camp No. 111 Wood. eventually boeome their own root
TITU8VILLE TOWN: COUNCIL. Northeast U of southeast 4, HOC. 3, .
n.R. Wilson mayor; .J: N. Waller marshal township :'IS I south range 41 east; men of the World meet regularly.The pIn litH. .- ... .

and tax coll..r-torl J. U. Ennlx clerk ,and, tn-i... close to 0. K. Wood's pineapple plan. Kant! Const Advocate is pub- In pruning first cut out nil decayed -"' ".
itrer John -
A. Stewart
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; Henry tax ""H""Hor' ,
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"1. E. RolliiiH. E.:L. Itratly n.I II. 1'rltchard ami tation on st. Lufie river; 40 acres, lished every Friday morning, and by a crowded or weak growth, then shorten
W. S. Brannlnar, alderman The council meets Dade county. back an. required, observing; the rulo
glance through its advertising columnsyou "
flnt Tuesday in each month. Also the northeast *i of northeast that delicate and weak growers should,
TITUSVILLE BOiRU OF TRADE. 1H township 3.-t' south can easily ..ee who are the prominent PIEDHOeSLife
!4, Ufa. range bo pruned separately anti strong and
n. M. Ttnbnlnn, preMdentj; J. M. Dlxon. treit- -t II I e.t on .south fork of Ht. Lucie merchants of our town-men who rlfforou growers .pruned very lightly.There .
urer..J. (t. Hast : second. Wednesday -
.or t..ry.I..t" Dade
liver10; acres, county. are up.t -date citizens and who are
In which
are
night in each mouth at their room many ways roses
Apply| to W. A. BALL, Stuart, Fla. asking for your patronage. Read the fOil bo used to produce decorative effects often seems too long to the woman who suf-

WANTKD-By Chicago wholenalii and I mail' ads on every page very carefully. outdoors n n dwarf )plantn In bedn, fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-

order for this house county, assistant and adjoinluir mnn. "r territory.(n.n or woman Salary) "Fewer tlallonaVears; Longer"Fewer Sample copies of the Advocate wfll as climbers on walls. porches or arches. down headache backache leucorrhea nervousness

'-rt! and expenses paid weekly; expense inoni>yadvanced. gallons; takes less of Devoe be sent; free to any part of Canada /111 pillar In largo: Isolated clumps, asa ,

r investment. Work or pleasant experience, ;position required.permanent.No Spare. Lead aDd Zinc than mixed paints. Wears and the United States upon applica hedge* or dlvlillng line, n* nn edgingto dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are

and time encluee.elfatddre.eedenvelope.valuable Write at once for particulars, Address, longer; twice as long as lead and oil. tion. nlopen.other shrubs or. to carpet bantu and dreadful. To make life worth living, take'tVine.oJ@rdlli

(i neral Manager, 134 E. Lake St., Chicago.
FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING The Tltu vllle Graded High School

remember the ADVOCATE office. has an.. efficient/ corpse of teacher, all of' la Country Lam**.

--- whom hold f1rll -ltrade teacher certificates O country lane, whit tarred with
and has a school term of eight bloom.
HAIRRestored month Here the children are given Where wild things ntmilt ai((1y and
GRAY
Ferry's Made .re Mst Mvein., Inyw" Instruction free, and prepared for col-\ aw..t.Where .
tier. M1eea ntinCrapi.r
a.ornery legla-e/: courses under good moral condition all your waving grasses laugh
of .runt e.ro in auluns ta.w to It's Natural ColoT and associations. And part before my eager feet
alp mill eib.nf Woman's ReliefIt
e arrol0 pe in ARMSTRONG'S ORIENTAL 'forever
power ,sic. .M1I. ..hat Could dwell with you.
a.e6 e..d Aaa..i tar. HAIR REJUVENATOR Pain from s Hum Promptly Krllovtxl bjrCli letting. the mad old world luinh by
0. M. FERRY& Co.. Am Jut be glad of wind and .tin, quickly relieves Inflammation, purifies and enriches -
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>nih rli>" Fit In H lm.
Detroi. I" a harmless) compound that can be Of rocking nut and brooding/ .kytTour the blood strengthens the constitution and
applied AT HOME. A Mule child of Michael Strauss, of ,
Ie 1'A r.r 1'I' veDtA hair from turning gray Vernon, Conn., was recently In great, grasses kl.. my fevered cheek<< permanently cures all diseased conditions from.which
Tour .
hesiores the grayest hair to Its. natnrai pain. from a burn no the hand and a* hawthorn drop. her ".nted rain; weak suffer.It
I am a child again and dream women .
color a hen applied every second day for 'cold application only Increased the In"fUinm4ilnn .
That heaven bide here. O flower *Ur..
twj> weeks. i Mr Straus: come to Mi. red lane! is matchless, marvelous reliable.At .

An application twice or three limes a James X. Nichols, a local merchant for all druggists' in $1.00 bottles.
month will, preserve the natural! color of something to Hop the pain. Mr. Nichols Training h.eeb.rrles.

.. any hair for a life time. ..a,. : "I advised him to use Chamber For
.. .. supporting dewberries drl..estakeR
---- -- - ---- One package wllllaata lady one or Iain's Pain Balm and the first application : WHITE US A LETTER "I SUITERID GREATLY,"
and will lost a gentleman: drew out Inflammation aDd Into the vroiuid ten or twelve
HELP IS OFFEREDTO six two months.months; Immediate relief. I have used this gave liniment feet apart and eight] to ten Inches freely and frankly. In strictest confidence write Mrs. L. E.: Clovenger: ,of Belle. a
,telllni! us all nj view N. C."at
PEOPLS: full directions postage paid nod recommend It bleb. Across the top nail n strip of your symptoms my monthly periods
with myself
WOR.TIIWOUNGVT Sent very:
troubles. We will send!freeadvlc (In all my life, but the first bottle of e.,-
.. ewneetly rou..t llyoonir prnara. nor...-.-,' trial size 10 cent Regular size 50 cent often for cuts, baron, Mralns and lame board about a foot Ion*. On these plain sealed envelope). AJJrtss: Ladul gave me wonderful relief and nov
how limited their wiucatiun.,who wu>h to back and bate never known It to die crossbars stretch
means tightly four wires, dles
Advisory! Dept.The Chattanooga I .oi In better health than I have been
and good poxU ARMSTRONG
obtain buainus AUolr J.
thorough WM. appoint. For Kale by All Dealers, one at each end the Medicine "'
other two at Co. Tenn for
then. to writ.by first twH for our vrrt elf;nt. 92nd Street Chattanooga, a long time.a. .
..'lf.r. Sueee.,., lade-e'.d.ncoawl prnbtlRune 60 West equal distance between.-W. hit K.
cuarantraJ.. Don't delay. WritewdsCThe ;. Dept. 6 New YorK City. bend the ADVOCATE your Job Printing Illinois. .

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JAMES. PBITCHABD President; WM.:M. DROWN, Vice-President.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE IMPROVEMENTS TO PROPERTY -TI-cEJ T..A.Ln:: ::. OI'' TO-D.A.Y- WINSTON S. UBANNING, Cashier.;

''I PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SHOULD NOT BE TAXED. ABOUT ORANGE WRAPS, J 13

I'{ INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

Kutere: :>t the u I'oNtonice neooud-claM at TlttiBvllle matter. Florida, 1 UK St. Augustine Record thinks UNITED ;

that improvements designed to enhance .

CHABLKS H. WAiTOIf. Editor Oe :rnbliiber.WIIXLT the beauty of private premises COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
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in any town should not be discriminated JAPANESE Authorized capital $1OOCOO
JOURNAL DBVOTBD TO IH. OTBIiorvcKT { against by an increasein Paid up capital. - $25OOO

or TUB IHDIAH sires, I.AKB the assessment. Rather, should Average deposits $200,000

WORTH AHD BIlOATlfB BAT SBOTIOHS.DIsoontlnuaniB the citizen be encouraged to improve PAPER

of aitvU. must ba mad per the attractiveness of his Transacts ,a General Banking "
wally at this ofllue or by writing. pruperty. By so doing he adds' to C

the beauty and good name of his THE BEST MADE AND ONLY BY Business
ObROk,eto., he made to CHABLBBH. ,
payable
may ?
{ WALTOM pub Isher.T' city or county. "Rather, says the
Record, "impose an additional tax UNITED JI.A.IEE: :: : CC>. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riper \
/ In writing to the ADVOOATH for Inform
atOll o. uny kind the writer will obliice byenclime- on the neglected, old eyesores that Exchange: bought; and sold on all Foreign
'.oj(a atalUl.e.l.ad.lr..ed. envelope. detract from the city's appearance, Countries.

.; Address all oominunloatlomi to and award a premium for such ad. We are sorry to learn that some Jobbers Patronageappreciated. Prompt service, polite

EAST COAST TITUIV1LLB,AUVOCATK,FfcOBIDA.:, dorntnenta that render homes an recognizing the fact that a majority of the treatment orvative,and every banking favor consistent.with con.
granted.CORRESPONDENTS
ornament. to the city. Let I it be :
understood that the assessed value packers and growers will only have Japanese, :
U. 8. Department of Agriculture Empire Trust Company New York, N Y.,
ah ill not be increased for such improvements knowing its superiority over all other orange J The Florida National Hank of Jacknoiivllle,
Weather Ilurcnu-Jupiter, ]{la.I aa those mentioned, Jacksonville, Via.'r1TuFL .
are trying to DECEIVE the trade
\I The following;is a comparative statement and the good taste of our citizens papers, by ... 1.

\ of temperature and rainfall for the will soon be in evidence in every representing to have our paper. -------- -- --- - -
week ending Tuesday, Sept.: 11, 1WXI.10CHI part of the city. "
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,I DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. THE Times-Union pokes fun at About that line of .
fi 8/i/ 711> 88 711!) Editor Brown of the St. Augustine .
o) 81)HI) 77 88 77 Record. for his timely article USE THE JAPANESE--THE BEST.

7 ) 75 88 77 upon increasing the assessment of
8' 87 74 88 70( those and -*KEEN KUTTER GOODS4
up.to-date progressive
J) 88 711 81)) 70
citizens The Most Economical fo Waste".in the Bins.
,I' 10 80 76 85'; 7:1: who improve their prop
;, 11 81) 73; 85; 7(1( erty, and says : The trouble is
j Total rainfall for the week: T that Editor Brown is .ahead of his This can only be had from the They can't be beat !
Departure from normal rainfall for the times. When this is fully
\ week: minim \9,18 Inches. Departurefrom country
normal rainfall since January ], civilized such a policy as he aclvooates T.T: :IIeD: : : :: 'APER 00., &i Sold by
; plus 11.501nohes.. will be generally adopted. -

IlAL. I'. HAIIDIN"' Official charge. Meantime we can't expect any such Atlanta: Ga.

-- .-- - -- enlightened in policy to be tried like ex. Write for samples and prices for plain or JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
ONE of the curiosities of South cept some faraway country ,
New Zealand. printed _
< orange paper. may.
Africa is the "sneezeland" tree. -
TITUSVILLE, FLA.
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it with without
No
one can cut a saw ----- -
JOB ,PRINTING of all kinds done
I at
sneezing, as the fine dust is r
very irritating. Even planing this office, at reasonable rates. Give Lorillard Boat Co. TXTUSV-XLLE:: LI'PIuR3i': ST..A.EJLE.
share of work.
us a :your ,
the wood will sometimes cause e

sneezing. Np insect or worm will TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
Application for Tax Deed. FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES
touch it; it ia very bitter to the AGENT FOR THEIF!: YOU 'l'O- 1

taste, and when placed in water it ...STABLES... "el BUGGIES,
Under Section 8 or Chapter 488,taws of Florida
:/1 I sinks. _- _-- _-__._-_-_-_-_- NO'TICK 19 HERGIIY purohaeeroftexnertt9aeteNo.GIVEN: THAT W. H.ILtliexenn TERMAAT & ,MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOAT BAGGAGE a SURREYS

THERE is talk the I43,04, MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES.
some going has clod nai l certificate In my oltlne and hiu TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of
I rounds that "free passes" are to be made application for tax ilitod to Indue In accordance C Q Or lease or store one, write us for termll.C" 4; :
with law. geld rertlnoat embraces the
taken away,from newspaper editors following dunrrtbnd property. situated In lire- <11 HAULING ETC. ..all kinds..
and We have yard county!Florida,to wit t ;
proprietors. always 27 a.,ro>In North part of hot I,dmorll-erl deed r
claimed that a "free pass" J is trans. hark! A.pap*ace,SectlDU 14,Township 27 South. o Boats and JT. 3VE. Ofa1 LLn
l Repaired Painted
Range +aet.
portation over a railroad for courtesy The.lIloIlan.1 being vwtMimA at the date of the ; I TITUSVILLEIn: rear of Bobbins' Law OfficeFLORIDA
'kniiuiire of inch certificate In the name of Mary .a it
or nothing in retnrn. The -
I ,'. McCalhun Unlemt Raid certificate shall be re w4 .w. .
ADVOCATE does within deemed aocnrillnir to law, tax deed will Issue
not come
thereon: : the, lath or October,A.1>. .
1 that scope, for when we apply for ...on..my ottlulal 1 day.*lmatur| and seal this IIHHIWltn the Engines Installed and .Repaired }F i.rl.: : ti. {
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transportation, it is given us in 14th(Haul day o(of it.Heuteiuber.. A.A..!>A., lf.s4 HTKWART! ,
lieu of cash for ,We clerk circuit oourt.
advertising.
PAPERHANGING, KALSOMINING, VARNISIIINU FINISIIING,
5-4 NT O,A. Stewart Deputy clerks SBY COMPETENT WORKMEN. STAINING
get nothing for nothing-no free SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC, ETC.

which passes.we agree Ours to are do contracts so many dol.in g og @.I -ALL WORK GUARANTEED.'S I I IcJ' I' Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors Made and Re-Silvered

/ lars worth of advertising for trans. '? Prices aa low as la' consistent with I I I Reasonable Ratell'V" -
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railroads. ... W. ELDeED
portation over Nothing g> good workmanship Terms : CASH ,

"free',' about it-our advertising T- KILLS -rn I Shop In Scrlmceour liulldioz
columns are our stock-in-trade, TITU&VILLE, '- FLORIDA.
and whereby we get our living. MOSQUITOES
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1 _.. .. -- - loI RICK* Font IpccMt* SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE
j THE NEW CASH GROCERY STORE.A
A PECULIAR situation which will .

probably has been demand called legislative to the attention relief .. For Sale by AlT Druggists. . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING FULL LINE OF STAPI.E AND FANCY GROCERIES ,

of the War Department by . HAY, GRAIN, FRESH FRUITS AND VEOETABIKS.we .
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the death of Captain A. I). Drum - -------- buy as Look low as possible, and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest. 1If,
over our stock

4 National superintendent Cemetery.of the According Arlington to =_ _L ORANGE: :SOX: :aOOJS: G. H. ATffce&for CO.buying.

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the law, all appointments to the -The Best Hoop Ever Offered to Florida Growers- Corner Main and Hopkins Str""ts,
position of superintendent of a na TITUSVILLE FD01HDA.IBZ30S. .
: tional cemetary must be made from

veterans of the civil war and also _ri-Tw. :T:;, -iiii-i: ..--f: :. :. C
only from such veterans as have PARER: :: .,

been wounded. While such a Cut the Exact Size for the Standard Box. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

thing might not be suspected from Tin: .rid: Sitxoot; :Iron: : Worl" ] Or r
the pension rolls this class of TANKS OF ALL '
KINDS MADE TO ORDER.
eligible, through the shrinkage of ItOOFINQ-TIN AND GALVANIZED IRO. .
every year is rapidly approaching BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,
the vanishing point, so that the ; .
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Dealers la BICYCLES AND BICYCLE $UNDRIF.5.GfonarL.1
time Is not far distant when there

will be no one who is physicallyable Packed In Bundles of 60 Sets of 3 Hoops Each. : E"t..cpa.1.r Worl.Zrtist : .-

either to for the office
qualify This hoop veytlUtes, seals, and strengthen the box. Make. a strong, neat package T. easily and quickly
Its duties If the ; I'1caridL.
or to discharge : N'1.1rSor1.oa
applied. The day of the wood hoop Is past. Be up-to-date aDd use the safest and moat economical hoop ever ,
\ various national cemeteries are not ESTABLISHED 18>15Standard ..
: offered to the trade. Made by: varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Trees-First-class In every way. .
: to be forced to get along withoutsuperintendents.
nr-CDXtuzEzs:: :: JLJL jL'OjacxjxrstoJT: !fo WHITE FtY. NOTB MY :J
.; Congress will very c Y Buds 3 to 3t ft. 0.00 per hundred. Bud SJ" to 4cEft.. 22.5O per bonddrCld'I
1. shortly have to revise the existing IS and 20 Henry street BROOKLYN, N. Y. Buds to 5 'ft. 2 .0l"( Buds: yrt,4 to 6 ft 30.00 per
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j' f law as to eSIgibles for such posi under patents owned by_ T. F. Nevtns, of the O. K. Tool Holder Co., Shelton, Conn. FREIGHT PREPAID. Address,

I tions.fffr' v ::131. :JJW. ROOCA
- East Coast Agents-EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., Eau Callle. Fla. DRAYTON ISLAND, FLORIDA.

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!ZEAST COAST NEWS. I Mrs Robert McPherson- I Is at Oak III1 Morgan & Walton g gTitusvi111o

j INSt'RA\eE In reliable companies at ,
with her daughter 1\lra. Larry
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liiwent rate. Real Estate bandied oil comuilMlun. staying
******************** $ Ab.*iaut.. MORGAN & WAI.TDN. Wright, who Is seriously 111.
i Tliuavllle, *'laK. .
It Is mote than likely that the new F a._

r Newsv Notos Contributed by Our' Regular A. Green was quite ill the flr!! of Methodist church here will be a atone
the week. structure, of the most modern style, to
i; Corns of Rant CoaNt COl'l.'e pondonts. cost about .VOO.OO.;
: Mrs. Herudon, of Lake Paik, Ga., I I. FIRE INSURANCE.RELIABLE
. . on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Tom 13nll.I I The piling aria, all set for the largo boathouse .
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W. I). Benson returned to Minis las
be erected as fast BIJ the material can begotten COM1'ANIF.S-LOWEST UATE8-
week, and will\ spend quite a while with
on the ground OF LOSSES.:;
Please send all communications Eau Gallie. his family. PROMPT PAYMENT ;

and Items 'publication to "Editor, The F. E. C K. It Co have commenced -
Mrs. J. 'I' McGutrc", who went to the In the hard surface
ADVOCATE, Tltusrllle, Fla" ('. E. C, K. K. hospital, :Sr.:: Augustine crossing putting at the end of avenue D, where ABSTRACTS.

Is Improving.Dr. It crosses the raft road track.
SARAH t'.
Jam- We cannot guarantee to publish HODOSOV'IICIA.N urn 8uBo
PEON!: ton! Oallle. Florida Vanlandlnglmm was In Mime lust of Han
Teddy and Jerry two Judge
Items that do nut roach this office before Friday, und returned with his wife to cook's largest alligators! tissue their escape SEE IF YOU HAVE A GOOD TITLE TO YOUR 1'IIOPEiITY.REAL .
noon on Thursdays.Will The gale has past>ed east of this point. Fort 1'ieice, In the evening.P. Tuesday. The two 'gaiois! bad

A tew mosquitoes lust week, relics of W. Roberts and P. L. Kyzer attend many friends who will be grieved to '

correspondents oblige .us by the west wind of the past week. ed a communication of Urevard Lodge team of their wayward ways ESTATE

writing the names of people) aud places Cape, Bennett Is hiving his landing Clocon, last Friday evening I returning M. A. Martin, of West Palm Beach,

as plainly as possible ? stage repaired and put In order fur the Saturday.: has purchased lot d i, block 8, on avenue
0 o __._ winter business. W. S. U.illou has: ,returned from a few C. Mr. Martin Is the man who ow us the HANDLKD ON COMMISSION1.: : TIMBER LANDS:; FOR HALK.:
weeks visit at D.'lon'Beach' whore he mule teams which have been working
Crate ma.ttlr\JIIIIl\: >.lng shipped to Mer- enjoyed the surf bathing and hauling In hOle all summer, and has begun building Solicited.
Indianola.Subscribe ritt boxes island. piudominaling.In large! quantities, orange the deep sea bass, I Immensely operations.Mr. ,/ Your Business Respectfully

Attendanee A. M, Terwtllignr's cars of crate ma Robertson expects to have'his re..l- Reference: Indian River State Bank, Tltusvlllo, Fla.
between and
for the ADVOCATE.Mrs. sixty seventyon tonal are arriving daily, and loon the deuce, on avenue H, ready for the pain uod-1
the opening at School No. 22: .A.oo1.dO1.1 I'olioiofsIfslf
day 1.'Ir ;
hustle and bustle will be In full blast tore by the end of the week. lie has
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Sam T. Sanders Is visiting at herr Prof.faction.Crick low Is giving general satis for the shipping season will commence been waiting for a delayed shipment of .u. ___ _ __ _,._._ _ . _ 0__._____ ______1-'
former home In Georgia. In six weeks. rooting material, which has at last arrlvod. -

Miss Jessie Sanders Is the !guest of School opened on Monday last, with at the .
The entire neighborhood mot
Mr and Mrs. J. M, Field, of Seabieeze.Mr. and Prof the Crick Misses low, of Spiller Kentucky and, In Arnold charge aa, residence of Mr. and: Mis. W. D. Benson Deputy bheriff, S. S. Stanley: sent O, Second ThoughtsHave

Koerger, who hag been so seriously assistants. last Saturday evening, taking chickens, McPherson, Curd Schroeder, Lacey KIck-
ill for the past three weeks Is, at this cakes and Ice cream 'fhe young folks liter, Uobeit Ledbetter, Noah Parks and
writing, slightly better, and hopes are Lou MClalr and Frank Youpg left enjoyed Rimes of different kinds until several others, ten altogether; down to
entertained of his once more letting for points south of Miami. They are notice was given that the plllnu, conal8tlng Miami on a courting trip last weak" and
around.Mr. both engaged) on the F. E. C. Line ex of 14 chickens was ready and the boys have not gotten back yet. built a lasting and profitable savings
tension. after which there wan six' gallon of fine

.factory Lapham, ,with proprietor a force of of the men!guava have Mrs. A. 11. Adams and family will\ Ice cream and as many delicious cakes, following Tuesday down, Walter to the Kllchlng ocean bench took for the aday's account for many a man.A .
served, All I It to be one of the
jelly reported
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r rushed for the past few weeks, leave, shortly, for Miami, to spend the and time outing 1MI', and Mrs Will Dyer
the wintoi months. Mrs. Adams and her loges: feasts general good and children, Mr, and M'II..J. It. Pome
canning juice but the is
growing less guava, although/; plentiful; yet.crop dear little glila will be much mlssod.O. given in Mime thin Mummer toy Mr. and Mis, J. C. Hancock and hole in tho ground or a greenandgoldStock

son, Miss Susan Kltohlng, Mm Kate
F. Paddipon has received new engine To Cure n Cold In One nay Hamilton and Stanley Kltchlng. All reported Certificate for worthless, "indigestible"shares
Well Worth Trylnff.W. for his !auto boat, Baby Bullet Thetrial
Tab an enjoyable outing.
Take
LAXATIVE BUOMO
trip Is looked for thin week. TI- QUININE: in over-promoted Company 'is
II. Brown the popular pension at- tusvllle In two hours, Is the objective lets Druggists reluml the money if I it some

torney, of Ptttsfield, Vt, says : "Next to point in speed. fails to cure. E.'w.. Glove's signature Starving to eath. consolation to those whose capital has
a pension, the best thing to !get is Dr.King's in each box. 25c.Georglana.. poor
Because her much weakono
H to was BO
Miss A Florence who in a
Hodgson
New Life nils. lIe wrltes"Thevkeep ---
by useless drugging that she could not been saved dollar dollar.
my family In splendid health." student and probationer in S.t. Lukes : / by
r New York that she eat, Mis.I Mary H. Walters, of St.: Clalbt. .
Quick oure for heuliclio: : constipation, Hospital, : reports .
.. Cblumbuf, 0., was literally starving
and biliousness. Guaranteed misses the newsy EAST COAST Anvo-
25cts. by

Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltu8vllle.r OATH River: nod news its weekly budget' of Indian Miss Nell Owen is visiting her friend. to was death no weak blue: from writes useless) "My drugs stomach that I The National 1 Bank

r Miss Helen Canuatta, at Indiauola, this could not ea. and my nerves BO wreckei First
Malabar.The An Ice cream social, In the Woodmen's week. that I could not sleep; and not before 1 ,
Hall, on Saturday night, was well patronized was glvtiii up to die was I Induced to try
We are having a few mosquitoes for a
and was also quite successful Klacirlo. Hitters; with the wonderful ru-
Malabar boys have purchased new from a poculnary standpoint. 'Mel change; as we all have had none to amountto suit that improvement began at once, Miami I: : ,. Fla.

wheels and they spend all their time bourne was well. represented. A num- anything summer. and a complete cure followed." lies

riding around.Dr. ber drove up In carriages: Miss Nina Baldwin celebrated her health Tunic on earth. ftOo Guaranteed l

and Mrs. Macey ailived In Jlala- The Fla. Fish & Produce Co's. schooner eleventh biithdty Sunday. She receive by the Red Cross Pharmacy. 4 cent
Pays annum
several beautiful useful
bar, Tuesday, and will take charge of G.tiy; Is now rea I ty for work, after a and pieoeuts. per per .

the schools. Dr. Macey will teach at complete overhauling new spars, etc, Mr Hall has had hU. boat on the waysat Fort Pierce.

Melbourne and :Mrs Macey at Mal.ibur. I and the engines: have also had ucomplete Eau Gdhe the first of the week, for a Compounded Quarterly on All Savings Accounts

Miss Frances Arnold left Malabar last going over. This la the largest vessel few days, oleantag It up In good shape.
Lucie U be the
In Eau Gallie's flahlng fleet.C. bt. county claimed to
Sunday for Eau (lallie, where she will Miss Margaret Russel, of Fort Pierce, banner In the state. The editorof
r take charge of the intermediate gradesIn <}. Redstone & Son are putting in was visiting Mrs Carter and daughter this county paper has Home land for sale I In 4 per: CStl.: 't. S"\Lre: Gaj.:1l.:

that school. We all wish her suc- ascetylene gas plants for parties at Jen- and Mis. Baldwin and daughter; from that county. He will tell It cheap for
cess. .' sen, }'I;,. Two of the places of business Thursday until Saturday of last week. the
at Eau Gallie are using the same gas, cash. This land will, no doubt, treble is far better than more, if with even
Miss Lena Conlcling left Tuesday, for of them Bros. for the Several renders of the ADVOCATE: have In value In a short time. Now Is your
one Hodgson ,
time to buy and hold It as the pineapple Slightest Possibilityof
Texas and Oklahoma dry. hue will past U with satisfaction. written wanting; guavas. Them are ,
spend a week in Dallas, Texas and then years plenty for all, and they are selling\ for plantations are rapidly extending.-Atl-

go on to attend school. We are all sorryto Changes and Improvements are now $1.15 for an orange. box full, f. o. b. boat. dregs, Uhas. H. Witllon, Tltusvllle, Fin. a complete loss of your savings.
the folks leave. being nude at Sarno, Increased accommodation -
see being needed for the cadets of Mrs. Kate Carter and daughter, Mis ..- --. - ...- -. . .. .. -..-. -. ".- .- ,
the Kentucky Military Institute, of Lyn Rosa, and Walter and Clayton, Mrs. The new jail Is rapidly nearing com
Shoe Repairing Hawley and three children and Miss pletlon and looks very nice.P. .
don, Ky, who own winter gnnrters In
this town. Col. Fowler has placed an Winnie Dlxotf, were calling on Uncle P. Cobb left Thursday for Cazenovla The Ocklawaha Nurseries,
I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairing order for a motor launch to be completedby and Auntie Hughes, Monday afternoon. N. Y.. on a short Vllllt to bill

and do not forget it. Opposite Jas.Pritcbard the lirst of January, 11)07.) Mr. and Mrs Hughes were' down to parents. ,

& Son. ANDREW'Tltusvllle GIIISON Fla, see Dr. and Mrs. Wlttfcld Saturday afternoon Lee Morgan has secured the contractfor TANGERINE, FLORIDA,
and Mis. Wlttfeld bet-
found
no two of the school routes for this
The Breath of Life. ter. She can still walk about the house season. \ Want Orange Growers) to know that It I la to their Interest to buy tree.

Merritt.There for a few minutes at a time, and then from their tock, HEOAUHK they have THE BEST:: TREES< ::I GROWN IN
that the
It's a significant: fact strongest has to lay down and rest. At times the !Mr.\ and Mrs. Attwater moved here
FLORIDA. GOOD RESULTS: can only be obtained from tree ,that have an
animal. of its size, the gorilla, also in her feet and limbs Wednesday and are located In the Key
pain are most 'ex. ,
AHUNDANCE OF GOOD KOOId, stein that are STOCKY! tops WELT DKVKLOPED -
has been few end Powerful
mosquitoes' lungs
has the largest lungs(
plenty of breezes on the Indian River, means powerful creiituros. How to keep : cruclating, and no remedy has been nolds house. : and leaves, and wood that I I..* ENTIRELY FREE OF INJURIOUS
this summer, making it very pleasant the breathing organs right should be found that gives permanent relief. Contractor A. I. Brewer han the con INSECT J, VFOUH TJiEES have nil these GOOD POINTS In their favor
here. man's chlefest study. Like thousands of Born to Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Moore, at crete building of Fee A Stewart: well under and we cordially Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL INDUCEMENT\ are otforerito (

others, Mrs Ora A. Stephens:! of Port Bluff City, Kans., Sept. 4th, 1OI! a HueD way, those who will place tholr order now, for fall doll very. OUR NEW EARLY
The Titusvllle Telephone Company is Williams, 0., has learned how to do this. I pound.daughter.; Mrs. Moore Is the Rev. Walker held services In the SEEDLESS::! !: : ORANGE, EARLY AS PARSON BROWN PROLIFIC AS PINE:

taking sounding and measurements fora She writes: "'fb 'ee bottles of Dr. King's; eldest daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. I(. 13. Methodist church last Sunday morningand APPLE. Ask us about It. Catalogue fiee.ADDIIKH.H .
submarine cable from City Point to the ;
New stopped cough: of two Uurchliel, formerly of this place. She
Discovery my
3 evening, to large congregations.
long dock at Uourtenay The telephonewire years and cured me of what my friends spent the winter here three years ago The Ocklawaha Nurseries
will be stretched through Indianola, thought consumption. 0, it's grand for It was a tine birthday present to grand- I. A. Franklin has the contract to
Merritt, Georgiana and other towns it throat and lung troubles." Guaranteedby father Burchflel, and to tha'mother also build the drug store for Meiisrs. Trowell ,

Merritt Island. the Red Cross Pharmacy. Price OOo It Is a strange coincident that the grand. and Vanlandingham, and has commenced O. W. CONNER, Proprietor.

The effect of the climate of Floridawas and :*1.00. Trial bottle free. father and his daughter, Myrtle, and operations. TANGERINE, FLORIDA.

so beneficial to the health of a retired baby Elizabeth: May, were all born on Mrs. Alton Edge arrived In town, Monday //rr'Our CRKOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ants, iloas, and other
Pennsylvania man, who despairedof September\ Mother and baby are- night, from a summer vacation vermin will do the work

his life four years ago, that he boughta Canaveral.Frank doing tine. spent In Georgia, and Is visiting Mrs. o __ .. 0 0 __ __. __ .. __ __ . __ _. _
home In Indianola, improved the Cross for a few weeks before going: on to>>
house, bnilt a dock and boathouse for A THIULUINO KXPUUIKNCK.!: !: Lemon City, whore Mr. Edge is engagedIn Florida: Fercl.a: : Oollegr

lie his has launch sold and his has Scranton a fine home orange where grove.he Tuten spent Monday at Georgians / J. W. Brnner of this place, met with the sawmill business. e Ta11ahassoo. ,

; a very painful If not a serious, accident
his wealth and calls Indianola
acquired his home. He Is in the mountains this Miss\ Edith Burns has returned from decided Thursday to of change last week.his sailboat Mr. Brunei-from had the Narrows. IT 1'USMISSSLH IT lUlntACI w

summer, his daughter in Europe and Tltusvllle.\ Banana river to the Indian Itiver by sailIng Ideal location. College of Liberal Arts.

his son has just entered the medical pro. Subscribe for the ADVOCATE If you around the point of the Island, not I. Fletcher arrived last week. Excellent equipment.Htandard School for Teacher

fession. want the news. being aware of the conditions of the curriculum , School: Music, vocal and Instrumental -
weather that had been Ed. Walker, of Quay, spent Sunday Well selected '
The public schools of Rockledge, City predicted. Ho, faculty
Jeffords visited Mis. Mc- I Including I i
Pauline pipe
Miss iiere.F. organ
Point and Merritt have been consolidatedwith early Thursday morning, with aIne Hpadou gymnasium.
the Coooa school, which Is under Kenzie on Tuesday breeze, he hoisted sail and had just Poppell arrived on (Saturday night Heated swimming pool. new Instrument. ,
the efficient management of Prof. II. E. Miss Pauline Jeffords spent Monday turned the boat away from the IlUcock From Bartow. Twenty-ucre campus. School of Industrial Arts, Inclnd-
Wakefield and an able corps of teachers. In Artesia, the guest of Miss Mattie dock when, stepping back to take the High moral environment cludlng Domestic Science and!
Superintendent of Schools J. R. Walker Tuten. tiller, lie slipped and fell, striking his Lewis Hheflleld spent several day Admirable college spirit. Art. '
side with all his with her parent Steam heat. electrio School of
has secured a commodious covered Mrs. Chandler left weight against the : light. Expression.

launch, which can accommodate four Mrs.Monday Copeland'and evening very pleasantly at edge of the boat, and he thinks fractured MU Singleton left for Fort Pierce on Young ladles contemplating entering, the College; thl Fall should write
times aa many passengers as there are spent some of Ills ribs.Undaunted Saturday atternoon. nt once for dormitory room Session begin Wednesday September :20, and
Tuten'lI.1I11s8 .
conveyed, and make the Mrs. by this accident, he decidedto continues eight month l
pupilsfifteen minutes. The launch will Pauline Jeffords, accompaniedby continue the trip, but the day provedto Mis Bobo pent Saturday and Sunday: For catalogue and detailed Information write to *

be In charge of one of the ablest navi- her sister, Llllie, spent Saturday::! at be quite rough, and when nearing with her parents at o lito I'll. A. A. \Unl.lInl:n, President.
the Indian River Dennis Tropic a sudden or extra breeze struck Tim Sheffield la 1 considerable
gators on Capt. the Lighthouse. : making
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Rockledge .Island
Lawyer. The pupils of and MisS Mattie Tuten Improvements to hi* property.
city Point will also be conveyed in Mrs. Copeland Tuesday and report think, Mr. Bruner found himself sitting ....rf1rf.........M-'f.ir.ufuf.tf. af.tf..rf...'f>fitir.tf.of.tf4..MN.
went tto Georglana on Mr J. Robert af ter spending several .
school at the expense of the on the ooneing looking for some stray .
,county.wagons The Cocoa, high school has been a pleasant time. boat to come along and pick hint up, but daya here, left, Wednesday for Vero.A # nolta: : ; Ignition; 3n ttoi'p.; ;

enlarged and two hundred dollars worthof Mrs. Wilson, of Canaveral, spent last not so la this case, for, after viewing the jolly party from Quay and here t The hlKliimt type of dry cell that the purest obtainable materialtt
new equipment purchased and can week with her sister, Mrs. O. Quarterman prospect and the depth of the water, he spent Sunday afternoon at the beach. E9f9mi? ."..blnitfl with the nlta | r IIUA ItA 'lIUf.H-al I.& Volts 'ihe only nlttb Amimr- -k
decided the of the difficulty .
now for college and at the House of Refuge. quickest way out
prepare pupils age cell that will stand Idle without runulnic down. *
was to wade out.. This, however, Joe Brook and family have moved to i ME OEl .*
university courses. Mrs Franklin, who has been spendinga did not end the day's experience, for the place formerly occupied by Mr. Den moso PERSISTING AMI'KKAUH. i
I* a marked oharaoterlttlo of all Delta tmttcrlait. N'o other celt
months with her parents, left on when he reached shore the next difficulty mark.
be Cured few t will uialutaln lie urliclnal: amperage lot the aliuuHt IniUltnite time 3
Deafitcsd Cannot Tuesday for her home at West Palm was to find his way across the Islam/ Everyone on Indian Klver should sub- that then cell. will .tumJ. .*

by local applications as they cannot Beach. through the thick hammock, and to icrlbe for the ADVOCATE if they want *. tssasarcro IT.tlNKI> VOLTAOK.: .ttK
reach the diseased portion of the ear. who has been spend- walk one mile to get help, and then go the new*. Avery Important feature of all Delta hatterle' In their extremely '
Mrs. S. F. Gray, ., Inw l 'x
internal rs..tan.esndalnawt
deafness back the boat and float It |i rl"Mt mlarlzutlon.| resultluff -
There Is to cure right np
only pne way weeks with her daughter and i ID H strong and suatalalnir elw'tro motive tune whan the bac-
and that constitutional remedies. lug a few ashore. With the help of three men the Mr. and Mr. J. T. Jenkins went by .... .
Is by at the Lighthouse, expects -- +3 .rll.\ being drawn on. J.lJt\lt LIVE: CEJ.J.tt-THE OILTrE'l.ON' !: \ :;
Deafness Inflamed conditIon son In-law, boat was finally beached, but ballast, auucb to Vero on Sunday: returning ,.
caused .
Is by an In Tltusville thin ,. .
her home .
leave for : .A.LJ: :) dJ: :J1'XS :JD
of the mucous lining of the Eustachian to rudder, tiller and other trap wereloet. the name af lernuou.C : ,

Tube. When this tube is inflamed week. To get home was the next thing; aftera Kersey and family arrived Monday, : SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTING AGENTS. .

you have a rumbling sound or :Mss Lillie B. Jeffords left, Tuesday long and tiresome walk the hospitable from notch Florida.. They were aocomtanled ... Ooooet, aj'lo: K
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Imperfect hearing, and when Is is entirely for Hallandale. where she will be the home of Rufus' Stewart was reached by Miss Bishop and W. Jo.er. flY. : -SPECIAL. PRICES TO THE TRADE- ::
I closed Deafness the result, and unless Quest of her sister aDd brother-in-law., where Mr. Bruner says be was royally ************************** **************************
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the Inflammation can be taken out Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Brewer for a pntortalned. After a abort but much -Are you going North by steamer - -

and this tube restored to Its normal con- few weeks. __________ needed rest, supper wa announced, and [It you are, get your ticket from Sanford
dition, hearing will\ be destroyed forever; the probabilities are that justice wall not I 10 Jacksonville, or Jacksonville to New Whitehall Portland
nine cases out of ten are caused bv Ca- "To Cure a Felon": lacking In this case, a* a tired, bruised, York, from the Clyde Line agent/ at this Cement.X .
Inflamed salt-soaked Indian Kiverlte, usualy, aftel'j
tarrh which Is nothing but an fflce. *
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moodto _____________
surfaces. Kan. fasting twelve hours la la a good
? condition of the mucous Sam Kendall, of Phllllpsburg, ,( ) Barrel will be received In the .
t iavs next sixty day.
We will give One Uundred Dollars for It over with r.ucklen' Arnica do justice to such ao ooca.loo.lap: WilY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS,
any case of Deafness (canned by catarrb) "ju.t Salve cover and the Salue will\ do the rest." per being over, Mr. Charlie Stewart Jr., when you cat buy the bet Self-Lock- Coat. a little more than other cement but 1 Ja better.

that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh cure for burn., boils, sores, ditched up the horse and In bU polite lug Tackle Block at nearly the same
Cure. Send for circulars, free. scalds Quickest wounds,piles,eczema, salt rheum, nd.courteou. way took )Ir. Bruner to price. Now In use In the United '
F. J. C BE.'fET A; Co., Toledo, O. chapped, bands sore feet and ore ey' s. bit own comfortable home. HtaU Army and Navy Department.. East Coast Lumber & Supply Co., \
Sold bv Druggist, 75c. 2--.cn at Ked Cross Pharmacy, fltusvllle. -| Fortunately Miss Winifred was DOC Examine them at the AOVOCATK office.
Only
Take Hair Family Pills for consti Guaranteed. with Mr. Brnner on this one occasion. Titus villa. EAU OALLIK FLORIDA.

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nandllnw the liar. Crop Without 08 1I111A.JaJuI| }U P-ntlBld 8J plHOtlS saga(;
Hired help !New York Knrrn.Having .
on n -oda
joipo mis 'paaud( leIQllJe.lla.JauE(

) a buy crop of lurmr uiuountt 9(1( } "I| ppnoiM| Sato '84,>fjo[ onion pun t Lscal Time Card No. 66 In Effect April 16 1906.
) ,
take of the 1I1'lIt to look
I : euro thing naBdaa[ 'ofmnl| ao U.1O( 'xunoq vuin!

,] ;';: .. .o Is a first class mow or. Get to work QJ1I. osatj! 7aaq jo limp ?noa3 v peon SOUTn-BOUND.-READ DOWN NORTII-BOUND--READ UP.

i\,;:. ; at cutting/ the luonilut an soon an - .
has Htood the Test 125>> Vttarl4.
r :/j' J most of tho dew l lit off. Nothing 1 I" Ne. 9s "fl. 29 ST.ATIO Na. 78 No.98Oall
'$; The old original GROVK'SChill Tasteless '' t 011011, nany 0.11,
'Cites'
J 1 gained by inylng lo\\n 11 heavy Swath Tonlo. You know what r J9 )

i ;, ( of buy wet with Hew. Cut no moro taking. It Is Iron and In yon are 'II onpln Roam Lv....._...............Jack.onvllle .......................Ar 7 2. pm I item
J ; quinine a tasteless .. ._.........t'ol1tItJ..k.onvUle..I.v 717vm S.7am
i'' 92tiam ... :
\ 3 than you are likely to handle) c'ltnlly the foi m. No cure no pay COo.Vurvlirn Suspm 7 tnI'm" 1040.01 ..._................lIt.: AI1KI1HLlue....................... .. 111&1'10 7 (GlOm t t.
'1fI.1 next afternoon. AH MOOD us the outHl \4. i rows ore dry enough to rake .start thei' VenrtKblei. 'e l fF I c 0111'10 11 Slant ".........,... ..........-vent )'a1."lkll" ........................ II 20Vln II 80.mSs
! I ty+ : ii 11 o m Ar.......................... )'a atka........._..............Z 4 Mpm II om
i \' tide delivery bnyriilce, going round the There Is a prosperous farm not far 74J"m: 11 lOam Lv.......................... Palatka............................:Ar II 4bl'm II 85amYp
I, Jilcco. In 1 the mime direction that you from Boston which Is given up largely .................. r.............. -.-...... ..LL.n ,1 IIItoo ..........................tv: .................. IIIam;
r I, Went with the mower. It not dry to the raising of vegetables for the foreign .." ... IIlljam Lv..........................Suu 3 Ial..o ...... ,..................Ar 9 P ...........
draw n 9 (o.pm 12 Lv............................fli1iiiO1L..L i \ 4'liopmI/ earn"'
enough to In of the
; right leave In population Hub. .
ji oft Tbe : w1V o Ilpm 124npm .. ............................1)apont......_........_...... 4 23pm a loam
the windrow overnight. After you Chinese are very critical In regard to 04111'10 1 lapm ......................... Ormond......................... 8 &opln II 001\111
I have mowed another for tbe the quality of the 10 02pm 1 211'10 .. .................... ... Paytona... ..................... .. 8 4&1'10 -& ...amlOlaI'm
vegetables which
l Brip next : : 1 31lpO\ ..:.................... Port Or..nll'e....................... .. 8851'10 4 Slam .
, f, ''' j raking go over Ibo windrow with your they buy and they are among/ the 108"1'10 2 001'10 Ar........................Nety 8myrnn......................... 8 10pm 4 loam
(: ''I side delivery rake unit lust turn them farmer's lest customers. The Chinese 11 loam 4 41pm Ar ........................Enka } LV l 6 lupinII
I 1. :lHam 4 Mpm .. ......._............ Orange (:lIy......".""...." 12110pm 5 bUpm114Oern
and clmnccH great
( the that and tire of
over am you / consumers vegetables.Now. II 00"10 ......... ....Orl\nlle: Cny: Junc [ ...............t:. a 4&1'10 ._ 1111'104j.in '
IVllllo or Mnry cnn' KU right. to hauling tbe Chinese radish Is something I -: lop Lv......................- stnrna..........._.........At 8011v.n "Ob"1 '
1.. ': In. to wonder II t. It Is not uncommon to 11 lupin 2: 4oan 't........................Oak 11111 ?.......?..............Lv 2 401'10 8 ahem
(find 1t bipm _2IUV!,' Ar............................Tltnevllle..............,........... .. a Oapm 8 main
. c Now hitch HleiidlcMt tuiini specimens a toot and half in
) your on the a V y u -I I loam / .. .....................,..... ur ...........................(L v 1-I a; am B OVIIl11111.11I
wagon: carrying a box liuyrucU nlxteen' length. It Is eaten both raw and cook. 8 11 loaan! .vi.......................... SaD ford.......................... \\r 5 bOpm 1II0alO .
/ feet long:, ten feet wide and having i ed. It Is white and Is carefully washed TIi'"jiRs i yln Lv............,............_T9hivvll Ue .................. .......Ar 2 0.5pm 800a",
slatted tides four and half feet before being carted to market that Four Sailings Each ,V cck 12 Slant 81 al 11'10 .. ............._.......... Cunog.............................Ly 12Cpm a 22am
a high. so . . 12 Siam IUpm ..........................Itn<.kl.lle ........................_ 1201'10 21.am
Hook nn your hay luude'r<< and get ntnul- 10'.m I I22pm ..................... 1'011IIJlle.; ( ........................ I247pm CI47am
dIe of of tlicme windrows I '1t0l "lllIIpm fa ................. ..".._lIl"lhollrne ........................1. .. a 87pm 181RII1
one / Just ait v'li'f' BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 1 r '1 II 1"1 .. ........................_.. ..ebuHUlln........................... .. JJ 6211111 12 &..1..111I
I quick an ponnll l Let the child drive, : : 4HIIn (01)111 .. ...........................Rt. L'lI'l ........................... .. 10 bKIIII1 12 OOn't
and will have all the biMlucHa 8 )'"un II J'PIl1 .........................J.o.t! 1.I..rco...................... 10 edam 11 Mpm
you you 'ft at Charleston .. .. .. .........................: "
( I S. C., both ways) S nall1 68.111 ......... .. ... _. ..Tlhll1llls. 10 1711111 It 1Upm
d want fur" the next ten iiilntitex; It will :3 Uiam 641p... .. ..... Eden;, .............................. .. 101111110 It Jrp",
depend on bow good yoi'irlnd is and .j'III11 4'pm; .............................Jon.en............................. 10 main It Wpm
I.:. : The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe II Lilim IIII.plU .. ..............._.. .....tuart....... ...................... 1000llon 10111111111 ,
'4)r bow fast the team wulkx. L'etter: drive 4 2011111 7 :IiiI'm .. ...................... 110be Sound: .,...................... .. Slam 102111'"'
\' Blmv. Tho loud In now Unhook a p 11 1 191111111/.a 4401110 7 ,101'111 .. ........................ W..t JIIIlter, ......................... .. 0 111..10. 1001"111"1'
very on. Clyde New England and Southern Lines. 5 Iat; II ', .. ......,..........._\.e.t I'Rlm Ileac .................._ .. 8451101 980pm
t the loader, let It Htnnd JiiHt whore Direct bervlce Between 34''m IIII pan .. ........................... Ioynlon ......_................. .' 8 201110 0 Olm
r It stoPPf'llllnllltt 1) to the barn. I [b S C1put' ............................. Dolray ............................. 8 12am 8 Wpm
" Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. /I ..Isemnm 0 4n"m .. ....................fort 1..lIderdule.._............... .. 7 2f..1... 7 lapin
We put the old family homo 011 the II alnro (14.1'111 ........................ nunltl ........._.......... 1 lOam 1 ropm
end of the with a hook HO Willie 7 0"01 01\1I1'111 ........................wliallaurlai0.. ..........._....... 7 (Pant' 7 lapin
rope (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) 7.. alii 10 :21gdlt .. ...................Lelllon VIL',............_......." 8 4a..m 7 lIpm
or Mary can easily inifuHlen the whifl tL'crlljUI1IT.; ; i" Jf1--r! f 7.'. 'i'l}iri.'l jss\! \1 11 1 lili..imCHINKHB SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS. 1 r 'II'm 10 SUI" Ar............................Miami ........................_.. .v 6 aalD; 7 sputA :
l fletree from It. Never: mind one In I Southbound......... . .... ... .... . . .. ..? ... . ., .... ..... .from Lewis Wharf Boston f ..11 .. ............... .... M1am1..._..............t.tr .................. B oIq'm
the mow. Hot the double harpoon any hayfork : ItADISH. Northbound.. .. . .. ... .. .... . .... .. . ..-.. ....from font of Catherine Street, Jacksonville 108Uo1ut .................. Lvi.- ... .. .......................4LY .................. 12lopm

In the' and riturt. The borne i It presents au attractive appearance
buy n"t 1'arlrr. 0'1 trnl". 20 and 78. Dlurut Sleeping Cart on traln.00 and 08.1IMIly .
'I(r easily .snatches up JIOO or 400( pounds although!:: Its enormous size: makes Its Clyde St. Johns IU vcr Line. I eeuept ""nl..y. .

of bay on to the carrier In the top of Identification a dlflicult matter'for an .23- No,2. 4Ne

tile barn and you let It run along the average American farmer. Chinesecnblmgo BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. ,! iN r 'Ul Na Oa'lI 18 No.t8 No.20 No.22 hi.a.J .

y track till you have It over the back end 1 grows tail rather than round. Sopping: at Paiatka, Astor St. Fraud*, Borentord (De Land), and intermediate landings lc'r" MAYPORT BRANCH Sun.Dally T S.and
Daily Deily
Daily Sun.
of the bay; then pull tho trip cord anti When growing the cabbage bears some on the St. Jolinn River coiuiuouon|{ lvedue.day November IS. IU05 OnI. 1

away it BOPH clear to tho bottom of tbo resemblance to our celery being very Steamer "CITY .TAOItSONVinLK. U nn p -ul a -M1lOp;;;; 2Wp10Wit;; Lv............Jaek.onvnle\ ...........Ar 7011a ;;;; l0ep -8mp --920p
mow. Continue In tln souse" manner white at the bottom and green at the la appointed to sail aa ullawst. Leave Jacksonville, 8uniU>., Tuu.day.and Thursdays, at 0.30p. 'q4).., /1'/.111'1'/ ,, 20.'p'IOlHI.RonthJ ck.on"l1e..Lv! 65a: 832a12lap. : 6112" 912p
t leave JO 'I' 72Ip ;ooo)1' 2up:" ()au5'f.: ...........lJabloD.nl.h............ Broa. 8DOs1220p: Slap: B40p
for about HavvMi or eight Minutes and m. Returning, Sanford \Monday, Wednesdays and Fridays at 0 30 a. in.Atlantic .
top.One . "
1'1 : 7- Sr', 2r p104h1 ..........Atlanllol4each..... 61511 M1\112111" atop S8rp
) I ; tho load IK oft let up in the mow nUll of the most Interesting vegetables 8..uth.lI..un,1 SCHEDULE. North-lIonnll 10}"I'.L..2'j I p.!O/op!.. ..-BOfryI1Oh.Ac............... 1IlIIpo.t ...............Lv 1101101 7 ,lOll 12 OOn 50np 52OPPN'lILAR
::11 In five minute It Is 1)1'111'1I''pl./ Of grown nt this farm U a varietyof Bean dgwi It..1. UI'
(i): It Ix rusher to have Sicilian[ squash, which bus a very Leave 330 p. m. .. .. . .. ....... . .. J..kH..nvlllu.. ... , ..............I Arrive a 00 a. m. AND OCCI: NHL STEAMSItIP CONNECTIONS AT MUMI.
f course / a mull In the Leave S4l\ p. in. .......... . .. . .. .. .. ,Palatka .. .. . .. ..... . .. ... .I..II.e. BCO pp. in.
t V, i mow to help unload tint, you can' do peculiar shape, specimens often beingseen Leave a 01.. a. 111. .... .. .. .... ..; .. . .. ...t..r .. .. . .. .... .. . .I..IIve 1 3( 1'. In.
15i without him. This la tho little which are fully a yard long although Leave 4 :aim ...ID. ........ ... ........ ... .. St. Fronule .. .... ... ........ ... JMave aoo p. In Close Conrectlon Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. 4: O. S. S. Company for
i i story ofIt Leave .. . .......... . ...14ere.lorll (U..Land). ... .. . . ...........Ive 100 p. m.
t ,I' "IoylnIudo! Easy" n" told by a no larger around than one's Arrive 830 a. m. . ............. ...;... . Sanford. . .. ... ...... . .......\.Leave 9110 a. m.
farmer In Iturul New Yorker. wrist.-Country Gentleman. Arrive 10IOOa.ln. .. ..... ... ............ ...Enlerl.rl.e... .. ... ..... .. .. ..,. ..: Leave 1000 a. tu.i Havana and Key West

It} ,; A Ouiiriintecd Cure For l-Ilen. i Gen'l PaSSenger and Ticket Office, t 22 W. Bay St., Jacksonvllle. Two Sailings Each Week.
Oseit I.ix'kliiic t'p. '
) Tbe tiH) of oxen on farm In New Itching, Blind Bleeding, l'.nt'IHIlOIt. r. M. IROl'i\tO-lnICR.: : JR.. A..t. Gen. 1'1108. Allt. 12'1 west Hay 8t., .faelt.+mvllle. Fla. Trains: Discharge Passengers at Shlp's Sllle. No Transfers.
.
dUm to'ie W. O. COO PieR.Jr., Loc..1 Frt.Agt.: J..okaon1"llle. 0 P. LOVELL!: 8uverlnUnltmt Jaok.onvtlle..oot . '
lhmgglatsare aiitli-irl/.ed!
t I England In dn the II I IICI'I'II"e. and they Hogan St. Jarksnnvllle! Fla, -
j
;':.f reason given U that tllt.y'ol'e cheaper fnud money If 1'nzo Ointment fails to A. O. HAGIII\TY: G0I1'1 Io.t'n. PII... AlCt. New i ore CLYIJE MILNE O..n. II'rt. Agt., New York. .... 'there Time T.bler .bmv too linos at which tr.Ina may be .xported toarrl"e at and depara
,, ours lu U to 14 day 50c. TifF" u. EtIKIt. V. P. and General 11I"'IIIlIer.lIeneral : tau .varnl Mutlone! bat their arrlvlllor departure at the Llm... .taled I. not guaranteed
/ on some farms than hornoH. Farmers 0111cee pier au North IUver. IIr..n"h.lJO. : Broadway. New York. nut.1.11 bCom"uy, 10 b. held reHpouHlble rorltnyd'ay.oraoy cODa..qu..uce.arMog IberefrolD.
#q1 JJ! J In that nectlon of the country for Agent. i"la.
yours BATTLEAX SWINGING. O. H. 1YALTON. 'l'ltWtVlUe, for Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information ,
1'1' .. .
- ----- ---- ----- -- ---- ------ -- ----
I Dangerous Mow Sport of the lirl
Alklnn. I (F) I "HNP.R. S "ct. 11.....'. Pass. Ad.. .sT. AUOUSTINE. FLA.
j "Swinging, tho battleaxea" is u new Coast Line. .
-- ---
and rather dangerous); drill recently Introduced -

into the British army says
f the New York: World. King Edward LinesSPECIAL

l li has placed the seal! of his royal approval Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia Mallory

f 1 on It, however by expressing u ,

desire to witness the first exhibitiondrill
: North Carolina and South Carolina
which is to be held as soon as i
!i fair degree of proficiency Is reached. In PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
The Ureat Highway Tinvol From
i the otncers' gymnasium of some of tile
r" j crack cavalry regiments; It U proposedto Florida-East West North: and South.TO and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
,
, substitute battleaxes for Indian -NO OVERCROWDIYG-

i OX T& Mo clubs but so far only the most skilled
1HE EAST HIE FAMOUS IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these
have depended their supply army athletes' venture to use them.
pu buying The substitution of the battlcux for ghips as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths,
Instead of raising! them. Now that Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express.To
or the seating capacity of thus indivldua
: t horses are hitch priced and scarce everywhere a club/ In performing what are kuowu Dining Halls insuring all passengers

\ those: farmers find it lltll- as tho outer and Inner circles shows service and attention.

cuit to secure horses enough to work not only great; strength); In the man who West Montgomery Route and

< their lund, but there are u good many docs It, but also perfect skill and absolute a "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE:- EVERY FRIDAY l

farmers who advocate the uso of cut. self cOI1 "e I'e. The skill will bo (See Schedule of Ships tjn Florida Tiroes-Union)

I tlo ovenhen horses are plentiful. A appreciated by those who know what PULLMAN[ CARS AND TIIROUGU COACHES ON ALL TRAINS.

good many of the New England farms wielding heavy clubs means and how Atlantic Coat) Line mileage; books !goad to all polntu via all trains as far East as LOWEST RATES TO.NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH.

are small, the fields Irregular and they easy/ it Is to knock oneself about If the Washington, and an fur West ha Me. Louis, Cincinnati and Including dellghttul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the \\l.;

have large stones to contend with. clubs are really heavy moreover, New Orleans; rites .25.00.: ). FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
I Such conditions make/ a complicated their shape makes them the harder to

fnrmlutf problem which no doubt accounts wield as clubs. Yet when once proficiency -CONSULT THE PURPLE FOLDER-
I for tho preference for oxen in has been arrived at very little For detailed and Information regarding; rates, Pullman reservations schedules. Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding attractions

1 certain sections. l nrlU. Field and Is made of what seems to ordinary Call on your nearest ticket agent or write offered by no other line; diagrams reservatlns tickets etc., apply to

I Fireside ___ eyes u wonderful feat. The baltleax FRANK C. BOYLSTON, That JACKSONVILLE Pass: Agl.; FLA.\V. D. STARK, Tray. Pas II. Agt. CHAS DAY1ES Fla. Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville, FloridaFOIEYSKIDNEYCUKE.
Is a rare sight nowadays. In tile old ,
f t ,A New. Wrinkle With Cotton !tent.!I crusading days It was part and parcel V. J. CRAIG PasB. Traf. Manager T. C. WHITE Gen'l! Pats Agent.
General Offices WILMINGTON- N. C.
A striking feature of the (ducatlonul of a mounted man's equipment. Northof ,

1 I value of the Interstate cotton sped the Tweed the battleax was called ------- --_. --- ---- - ----------- IOLEnIlONIYAN1 nTAR
..
j crushers conMxntlon wns what might 1IIp(>rlllc. isooit, lu- "TUo Eve pf, St.-- for cAtlrfrcnaf.t ...,... .life .pl.,.. Make Kidneys and Bladder Right

I' be cifllod the ilHrovpry of n tiw "wave John" in describing tho accoutermentsof '

''j of exploitation for product of the cot the Baron of tSmaylho'me, nays: S'E.A.BC:: : >.A.. _

ton Rood and one which promises to At his Saddle. Ret'the was a good steel

eclipse all others both In commercial pcrthe.. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR We Never Disappoint Our Patients
value anti from u humnnltnrliiu standpoint Full ten pound weight and mere

Thin was the debut of cottonseed --- .---- . -_. Wo Fulfill Evtry PromIse and Never Cold Out False Hopes.
meal na human food. The '. 8trlotue without knife and Vitrioooelo VritbovtC
proposition CURE tho or bouglo
,, .
pala or detention from bunlnoot Contagious lllaad rol oa
was advanced liy Professor Connell
of Texas! In a strikingly InterestIng I' FIFTY CENTS SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN, SOUTHEUN- PINES( RICHMOND:- cured never_, to-..return, without Vigor Fo.ltlV4.lyeore.il m.roury or mineral nn ntlinnlniit mxtitrei but Los permaoeiit.of Manly I

nddross, effoctlvely Illustrated by WASHINGTON1: BALTIMORE, PIULADEI.I'IIIAlEW YORK, "., -:..., law.uf TM Dr. Kind Medical l Co I. an Inntltntlna,. o'.OI..daOdev/bl
the itale of Ueoriclaor' tbe bo,4 :
the distribution of tlellclnui biscuits( yr? vervuu.andohronmdouxra: I pr. JJ. K. Km:*, : '"" ""' "I

1 and cakes cooked In Professor' Connoil's .... r I by thhrln.tftution a ...ar of eminent the phl.eiana.md.ur.eun.chief$ onna"Itln.apeulalil. . b.'II..III..4 l
kitchen from a mixture of wheat Two. Elegant Trains Dally . a Oarauocei In the trr tmrntof hnmio dl.'",,* u anaurpaak -
i.ed: we one both nledlcsl.nll' vlvotrloal' afrpncte
flour and cottonseed.meal. The association N some conditions the ', Ouromoeear1 wl'b a I the Ralvanlu, ,..adlo b.twr-
promises to ttkeIP practically gain from the use Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. .loa, XT II". violet known' tar to,the.and mmlloal"0.." prufmHlon.ray in fact,OiirMnltBrluioiJ every eleotrloM.unrrlvenoe l

tho question of putting cottonseed: flouron Scott's mndorn In every. yelped.. and we employ none but toe >
of Emulsion is trained and rrnolent atti-nditnU, roicuUrly. quallded vraduauMand 1
commercial basis lu the market lluenied pOpdd.oe b4luK la churtia.. ,
of the world.-Natlonai' Provtslouer. very rapid. For this MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.ONLY We employ no ml'.lu dluK m.... to nerve patient anpatmlaice
\\\' -no O. O. I).'s ov aniwked for literature sr..eooat
-- reason we put up a LINE Operating Dally Through/ Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. \ \\\l\\\\ 'o" 7 t o1000permonthmedl' .lronaIncludednadwe.i': fron tue roar w w tIli

I fifty-cent size which is MY >> S anreotaeurewlthlha.p.oldedtlme.We .uoceeafnlly treat aadpema*
I FARM BREVITIES I Ij BESTOO HREtict A CHRONIC DISEASES. nehtry, curs ail, cnronlo dlHaieinch
enough for an ordinary For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent '.ck NJJft u Kidney and adder tronblea, Kbeuniatlini.!
tt Rapture llydrooele. Drain. iMmie. eta, .nd all prlv.t.
,.j That hydrocyanic acid has been found cough or cold or useful Seaboard writeS. UNTlLCURfD.P4Ib I>lMtu Throes. .* and mallitnant tmublt*. Catarru orNo
.e, Head and Iiintr DlMawi' ol Kre andEsthe r4Cbronlo
to bo the potHou In Johnson grass that as a trial for babies N. K. KINO" M. D. ll.eaeei of Women, auoh aa DlnplaceoMiiw.Caoatural I .
occasionally affects tuttle will not stop C. IJOYLSTON, JR.. ABllt. Gen. Pass. Agt., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. O-itj OoxnjLnM w"vuo.ae., DleohMrffeH. and tuob weaknemiea of women.remrdlnit .
and children. In other u. : condition If elra atnioted., On recjueei "
or
cord.7 are
the HMO of Johnson gruss buy.r _. _ nO _ --- rl to ....1"00.... literature your,Inoludlne symptom yon blank for home treatment.
l;r Cowpens/ store nitrogen lu the laud conditions the gain is -- "' '. CONODLTATIftN. KXAMINAT1UN AND AOVICCrrKKK: -

for crops to follow and besides, prepare slower-health cannotbe 44 EXPERIENCE 60 YEARS' DR. KING MEDICAL CO. Yadettiaad: : r P.Achtr..AlMlI4111: '; = Ga.AIWnys .

d the mineral matters/ lu Moro available FOLEY'SHONEYANDTAR

'I: forms for Its successors Tbo cowpeil, built up in a day.In ----

,:I: Is a vegetable: philanthropist. though It such cases Scott's A Name
Full
I i may not know it, remarks uu exchange. Emulsion must be takenas Remember the

The efforts madu to euro alfalfa bay
by machine, kiln drying/ it automatically nourishment; a food 'a

'I should be persisted! In until success"' rather than a medicine. TRADE DESIGNSCO.V.IGHTS M"'IKS 1axative Bo1: !! QuinineCures

has been achieved. But lu the meantime It's a food for tired and Prevents Serious Results &c

our river valley alfalfa grower From Cold. Anvnno wm'lnn! it uhrlr- and de.rrlpttnn' may
weak digestions. a .nteklf. a.rertmn our, >,. i .n fro. vhotlirr' an
will do well to Investigate the merits UiT4>ntl..n ;. prohxhlr rnlnitnhlo. (\.niiimnlra. Cold in One in Two
..,. a Day Grip
of the silo as a means of saving this Remember the name nut ii. rrfM.rtciliP Htlnt CofN.innflat'IAN3000K anNu-r for' xKurino''OD tents P".n.. ,

most valuable crop without waste, suggests Send for free netnple' Foil': Hon and Tar. Insist I'moii'i taker ttin.uuH. .Munn. : A Co. rnoviTo
, y tptrlat" tub*. without *. la tb.

.' Now Farm is the and time Itauch.to root cuttings from Scott & Bowne. 409-413 Purl' st. upon having. the genuine. Scicmifie; Jlm ritan.A l8. c W .. on Box. 2Sc.fGLEnIlOm .

the tomato plants that are Itl1lln Ivonr- CbenUt. Nsw York Thr ala.! ale, goo, SI.00 lI..n.I..n""r l 11I..1.4....."". ........,elr.
cnlaritin of .oi'. .. .. .
Prpar only by any .n. Trnt |Jymri a
Ing for the Into crop. soc. and't..a All dreggl'... Folt A fonr month.IL seam byatl n-. TAR
y Company. Cnlocc
Some species of garden:! :.vegetables.!:. : 1UNN Ix Co 801Broadw.y. 1tfork TARfOLmJi
lied Cross Pharmacy. nreeab ()ftI... 'e I' gt.Wabta.iun. Ik t;. .Iopa Ih. Clo.-"h aAei heal.a.-Ag. Guess Celdl Prv.aU pa.umooM

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JACKSONVILLE. THE NAME "JOHN BULL." DO YOU KNOW: ,


II "'.. the Invention or the Satirical Tha t Dr. .. ('( Favorite Prescription Is -w--r : : TSELFLOCKING ::
The New Trayelers Hotel J.1CKa0NV1LLE, F1.A Dr. Arbethuot. the only medicine for women, all tho in- irj; :

gredlentii of which aro printed upon .
John Bull the mythical personagesuppose.
-On the American and European Plan- Its wrapper sad have the unqualltiedendorsement
to represent the English llt.'Io'pit'
Under new ma..agement.: Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant ot the leading medical
family home. hates: American Plan, j.OO and $2.BO; European, 50cts was the Invention of sketches Dr. Arbuthnol, writers of the several schools of practice! ,
and up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door. In oue of his satirical rkllcul recommending them for the cure of the
the great Duke ot Martborough.: In Is
ir. W. HANCOCK lug diseases' for which this' "Prescription"
l'roprletor. the opinion of Dr. Johu..onrlllllhnot advised. Write to Dr. R. V. Piorcn,
The beautifully located Riverside same; Hotel, at Ureen Cove. Springs, 1 U under the was "the first man among eminent writers IJuffalo N. Y.. tor a free booklet and

management. In Queen Anne's time." lIe drew read the numerous extracts from standard

John Dull as the typical Engllshtnun medical authorities praising the several
SEAIJREEZU. ''a stout ml faeeil old farmer, far too InKrmllenUi of which Dr. Pterco's medltiu -

corpulent for comfort choleric but 't are made, and don't forget that no
withal an honest and well meaning fel other, medicines put up for sale through
low. lIe clothed him in leather breeches druggists for domestic use can' show any

The Breakers SsKABRKK/K: FLORIDA. and top boot, put n stout on Ken; cudgelin 1 Hiiili itmfctialiniuil 'udorvcn\cnt. This, of
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weight and Importanvo T .AOKLE:
his hand and a bulldog nt lit heels Itself, Is of far moro .
than! amount (Of non professional -
and net him up( for nil time to serve nt any
1 testimonials.The .
OPEN" FOR Tim SUMMKU\ : OV li\ 0i!- the representative Englishman.! "Favorite Prescription".... ,,11wOIIIIn'
lIe may have been not HO bad a curt
wceknessos and doruiiKomvntii -
peculiar
The house has been re-furnished. Table flist-cUss and HateR Keasonable cnture in the day of Quern Anne, Met thus banishing the perliMl-

Mr. Holt has secured the Ulairndon CASINO AND HATH HOUSES today certainly there in much force In Ical headaches backaches, b(>urln - nu English. critic's remuik that "he distress, tenderness and druglng-do\\n ELOOK, : :
r BILLIARDS, BOWLING, DA TIXn AND OTHER AMUSEMENTSwill :: completely hides the Englishman olrvnl Hensatlonn. In lower abdomen accumpauled .

add to the pleasure of guests. Fishing from the f.imous. Ocean Tier life." The average Englishman ol by weakening and dIM gr.'t'ubh.

Write for reservation and terms. today la physically no stouter! certainly catarrhal pelvic drains and kindred
than-probably not so stout! m-the nv symptoms.
B, J. HOLT, Proprietor.1)Al'TONA orngo American, and the stout ('mht1an.l Dr. Pierce and his stag of skllltHl *pvclallsta -

--u__ _ _ -__ ---" __ the bulldog are no longer,: apt yni' may 1 bo consulted free by addressing .
nl':ACH. boN of the modern Britisher's llsponl as. above. All correspondence| Is
+ tlon. lIe has lost the excessive: pugnacity treated an sacredly conlUlentla.1. 15y cou-
of his, forefather, and K above nil, sultlnt In this! way the disagreeable IK a new anti great Invention, as It saves lime, money and labor. It will work

anxious to keep the pence with hit. Uu i questloningsamid! personal "examinations", horizontally. upside down or at.nny angle.! It U' impossible for the rope to slip

The Seaside Inn DAYTOYA UEACII, FLA. ?:lo Sn muel-London !Stnndnrd." r arc avoldi-d. when loikcil, and I no lever or trigger ripe' attachment U. used. In thin device.

Thin People's Common Senwi: MinllcnlAdvlnor There is only one hoist, lower and lock the load, and It U. Impossible for the rope to

lit seal SILVER MINES. contains. some very Interestingand jam or chafe, and there Is' nothing to gut out of order In this original tackle block.
now open for the summer n, under the managemont of the owner, valuable' chapters on tho diseases
HORACE F. :STEWART. lUndsome, and new, situated on Daytn'a. --- peculiar. to womoii. ItcdiitaliH over one May be seen at the AUVOCAIK( otllce, TlMiHvllle\ ; The 8. It. Hubbnrd Co., or

.Beach, the hotel) is modem In all Its appointments, with large, airy, pica- The Ss y-9eture ot Irr-cl 1-nrma..aa Metnl.Then* pepos.Its thOUI'UlltlIIIIC""'. It Is sent pout paid on E. O. Painter &\: Co., Jacksonville. /
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite I Keating's Casino and Ocean receipt' ot mttlU'lont In onn-cent stamps to
Pier. Terms moderate. ,The process. I.y> which mature forms pay cost of mnlllng only, or 21 cents fora .
HORACE F. her silver mines' It. very Interesting.! It In flexible .11 cents
-r STEWARD Owner and Manager.Harroun's .' copy pap'or covers, or
must "be remembered that the earth'srrust for a clothbound copy. Address' Dr. R.V.

I is. full of water, which percolates Pierce, 'im above.

Apartment House DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. everywhere through the rocks, mnlthiH Dr. Plrrcu's Pellets regulate and invigorate / -
i solution of elements obtained" fromthem. stomach liver and bowels.. One

Located on Seabreeze: avenue, two minutes from Ocean. I These solutions take up Biuull a!laxative, two or three cathartic.

Bath, toilets and good water on each Hour. Rates on Application.A. particles of precious\ uietul vhhli\ they .

S. HARKOUX, Prop.LINViLLE tiud here and there. *
Sometime the solutions In question POOR LITTLE PENGUINS. (
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are hot, the water having got so tar '1t flUJ
N. C. down ns. to l>o Hot: boiling by the Internal Many Are Nnrned. to Denth br the V 1 -

heat of the globe. Then they rush Adult Bird. %
upward, picking nil| the bits of metal us An nntnrctlc explorer! writes: "I think (

they go. Naturally bent assists. the the penguin chicks huts their parents, THIS SHOWS

Eseeola Inn I.I VIJ.J.F., N. O., performance of this operation.Now and rhea ont watches the proceedings, FRONT
THE
and then the streams thus form- In n rookery It strikes one as not sur-

ed, perpetually ("lowing! hither and prising. In the first place there Is Y -
In the mountains of Western North Carolina, altitude 'ISOD: feet. thither below the ground pass through about ono chick to ten or twelve WALTONE Vr

Delightfully cool climate nil through the Hummer months. cracks or cavities In the rocks, where adults', nnd each adult has on over- THESE ARE OUR

I Trout Fibbing/ Golf Lings and Tennis Couifc. they deposit their lodes of silver. Thin Towering: desire to nit ou something. PAT. BLOCK PATENT LONG-
Is kept up for a great length of time Both males and females want to nurse',
perhaps! thousands ot yeura-until the and the result Is that when a chicken ROLLER BEARING
-OPENS JUNE IJTlt-: pocket It filled up. Hud himself alone there In a rush on SHEAVtS.

Crannies permeating the stony mans the part of a dozen unemployed to d
Reached over the Southern Rnilrond to Johnson City, thence via. East In every direction! may become filled. seize bhu.
Tennessee and Western North Carolina
Railroad
to Montezuma!: Station -
metal occasionally "Naturally be runs and dodges : '
with the proclaim or away .
where carriages from Exeeola!; Inn meet all trains. '
n chamber may lie stored full of It an hero nn.l there till a huge 'emperor'falls
JAMES P. VINING, Manager If 1,000.000 hands wero fetching the ou him, and then begins a regular I. ,

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IIENIEItSONVILLE: N. C. away a mine for nomoliuKy prospector to luiftle. the other olt, and tho
to discover another age. eu.IIN too often disastrous to the chick.
# Sometimes ho fulls In a crack In tho

THE NEW BLUE RIDGE INN h>ENNORTH ARo, SPECKLED TOBACCO. Ice und stays there, to be frozen while .
,NA. tho parents sijunbljle' at the top.\ :

0 ...... Are "Sometimes::\ rather than lIe nursed.
t' A three story, front porch, 20x00:! : () feet, adorns the entire front of the hotel How the Itltie.u. spate Ice
under
I have seen him crawl In an
giving the guests one of the finest promenades possible, and the views from the Kormeil on the Leaf.
third floor is a revelation.\ "Little yellow specks' on the wrapperare ledge and remain there where the old / I( )(QO) 1LB5.
THE BLUE RIDGE INN is strictly a commercial and tourist hotel-Never !poHltlvo liullciitlouH of a cigar's excellence. ones could not reach him. I think it Is a

closes-Other hotels come and go: but the prime factor to a hotel's succeHs the Choose It speckled cigar: nnd not an exaggeration/ to say that of the
commercial tourist, knows that when ho stiikes llendersonville, N. C., he or H11K you can't go wrong" 77 per cent that die no less than half
meets with welcome and the best the Blue Ridge Inn ban. Many killed kindness."
always a /gets The speaker was a skate suleamun. are by .
Improvements inside greet: the visitor, the beautiful lobby has been redecorate"tbe The tobacco suloHinim laughed at him. ,
dining room presents a fairy scene day and night respectable young ladles of that too?" Letter to O. P. Hltr'n.
serve the guests; in a quiet, /genteel manner, apd 1 the cuisine Is always the best the "Are you n victim error,
market affords. The prices are right and you Are made to feel at home the minute he said. "Listen and I'll tell you oil Tittiitilti; Fin. : '

you become its guest. Ninety well fuinished, clean rooms that will accommodateover about those little yellow epetka. DonrSirr We asked City Drug; Co., Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves.

150 people, is its capacity. "We are In Cuba. In mile long rows Cr)stal Spilngs, hulas (<> sell })evoo. I
If you are seeking! a quiet genteel hotel, In the mountains for a. few weeks' grow the tobacco\ plants In a blinding They wanted to know, of their' own

rest or pleasure, write us for rates, etc. sunlight. Suddenly the sky Is overcast knowledge, how It compared with ,
WM. HEWITT, Prop. a shadow fall. Then the clouds Ulsnp- another--paint they knew all aboutItwas
_ sold light tuete anti considered ,
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-- nblues
------- -- pear and tbe sun again upon good.
NEW YOKIC. clotted here and there with liuinense -
plants
t They painted the house of W. U. MeClunxy -
raliuli-oi_rulndropn peculiar to
two cotta on purpose to test the
Cuba as large ns the largest peurls. two paints against one-anr>lher : one
"These drops become burning glasses coat l>evoe II gallons the other coat
Hotel Marlborougli In the tunllgiit. The Hume as real that other' paint 10 ll"honM. Difference

lenses they concentrate the sun's heat, $20: $7 for paint, *l.l: for labor u II II'I
1 hat other Is made' In New Ot'
and the leaf beneutb. them the little paint
Broadway, 30th and :J7thStreets,. ew Yoik. on '
loans
Is considered excellent I
; pure ; on I
burucd.
venerate i
specks that are 4
Renovated and transformed in every depaitment. Most centrally you has
Completely paint, and a good deal of local goodwill
located hotel on Broad.", ay. ELECTRIC LIGHTS: and TELEPHONE I These little yellow specks indicate the ' I

in every room in the house. i tobacco's quality no more than freckle Hut the standard of paint tins boon it I
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath.rooms. Rates: $1.50 and up on a man's face Indicate Ills ability. low all/ through the southwest. 'Hintpaint
ward without bath. $:j.1 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $:.1 "To choose cigars! by their specks U Is thin ; It Is, you see, sixtenthsof i III I NIl
and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath *"i: and upward. as foolish ns it would be to choose a pulnt. Dovoe saves f10: ) over It on

SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, salesmen by their freckles."Chicago half a small Job. l I I II
Chronicle. It Is n CUM' of local bent comparedwith I
E. M. TIEKNEY, Manager.
HCtuat best.
I Il I o.I
Yours truly
k The Crurnt.The H ..I II i
F. W. UKVOK & Co.
VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD GO '1'0ThAt'- cravat was once the name of a New Yorit.
great military nation, the Croats, or I' 8. .fa' *. Piltchsrd Jk: Hon sells our
Cravate, of tlio Balkuns. It was their
pal2t.
( :!
fashion to wrap large shawls or piecesof

) cloth around their necks and shoul .
( hew llnadvenr For Cab llor r ---- ---------
ders. About the middle of the reign of Styles of iumni r's equine millinery

Louis. XIV. be uniformed several regiments affected by cab horses In Paris are decidedly -
elevated and electric
A select family-hotel, near Central Pak, subwnjs, In tbe Croat fashion with huge different' from those of lust These long Huller pouring Sheaves, which are looked upon as the greatest

railways and all places of interest, and a good stalling point for Coney-, shawls about their necks. The fashion rear, says the New York I'renM. They ntl-frlctlon roller bearing In the world, are without cages to hold the rolls In

Island, Rockanay and/ H other seaside and snrburban pleasure resorts. took and Ute stuiwl diminished In size have a new kind of umbrella fastened place, and therefore aro far more durable sod run with far loss friction than tbeIdstylo !

Single rooms and suites with all conveniences, new sanitary plumbing, to the slight strip of cloth Wit Htlll have above their heads, uud It gives Its urn cage. The sheave castings( are made"solid, IItll'nIIUl.louble' the strain of

private baths, porcelain tubs, ample hot and cold water supply, and hotel with us. conscious wearer a most' rakish air. the skeleton Iron sheaves.

table and service combined with home-comforts and moderate prices. tltnrmmr Evidence. The tints. of these waggish parasols' .
mrmoulze: with time wearer's coat of
Terms (9.00 per week and upward. "fbere, Jokely I'm surprise ti)
A. ARMSTRONG. hair, und even If they do frighten the
find' you writing such bitter cynical
little birds In the trees cud' ob-
things", about married life." cause THOUSANDS/ Off THEM bKLLIN'd IK 'HIK NEW: ENGLAND HTATK.S.
--- -- -- -- ---- -- - servers to stare they are voted much
"'\"eU-er-Uenedlct, you see, the fact
snore becoming than the old fanhloiied -for all kinds of businesses where! Taokle Block In lined-
IF YOU WANT A... Is-er"- straw Iwjunets. A contrivance to enable -
: "Oh don't apologize. It Isn't that.
----- fallen horses tu raise themselves
U how hot
What surprises me beingmarried
1ou.lmmW' all these Wings.Boston ."- I. on trial In I'arls, which may also

Traiidcrlpt.Krlenda.. prove of advantage to the cab horse !!!!!1
Lot
Building md perhaps before long the name of Walton Block Co.
.. "hell of homes" which hits long/ been Self-Locking

"If a man Is friendless{ It is\. bps own applied to the Trench capita I, will ,

FOR OCCUPANCY, fault." prove misnomer.Wat .
or a lot with a BUILDING READY
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Atlantic Avenue 1JO
TON IAS8.
ORANGE GROVE, "That's right. Why, there are flue \
LAND FOR AN
fellows standing ou every corner who u Very Hick ploy
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TRCCK GARDEN ---- -- ---- ---- '
PLANTATION or -- -- -- - --- -- ----
PINEAPPLE would gladly borrow money from him
1'ust. use what are seeking. -I.lttllburlC, Has Stood The Test 25 YearsGrove's
We probably have for sale Just you and I>larrh.t.. ICefttedjr.

Settlers are flocking in but still there Is room. If you arc "When two old .
Social Dlrtlommrr. my boy wan years !>
I looking this way, drop a line to "Society" \III now ft combination of hail a very severe attack of bowel complaint '
and woujemwlio overdress themselves I but by the USA of *;lmmb' rhifn's
INGRAHAM SrdVice-Pre.ldent, men lollo. Cholera sod Diarrhoea Remedy
( JAS. E. at tie expense of their tradesmen -
w. brougUt; him out all right," says
:r FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, that they may overeat themselves Maggie: Illckox, Midland: Mlclv This

AUGUSTINE. FLA at the expense of their fl'len.-Llfe.. remedy can be depended upon In the Tasteless Chill Tonic
mod severe canits. Even cholera lufan-
It Is save< dollar !that tam I I. cured by It. Follow the pltln
NEWSPAPER ANL JOB PRINTING OFFICE. one makes la business, but wiser to printed directions sail a cure ,Is certain. [
THE ADVOCATE No-Cure-No-Pay. SO cents.
PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES. tarn the Ia.it. For sale by All Dealers.
DOES ALL KINDS OF JOB

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,1" 8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE. FLA'. SEPTEMBER 14, 1906.

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I t ........V...iti ...y.4t.y4t...... fV..'f...IF1tfF..... fs BLOOD. POISONING FROM DEATH OF MR. F. E. BOND. '

, s Wo have been dealers in ilia- :* RUSTY NAIL. I PENNEY & BRANNING'S
1 t. off the
' DIA10 I NDS! i The residents East Coast of ,
. r monds and other precious atones -x The Philadelphia Weekly Courier has Florida were much surprised, Saturday, -- -

the following Item about Mr. Bert heR, last, to learn that Frank E. Bond, one of 11I"

1 : at***********************i since the establishment of our i of Philadelphia, who spends bin winters DeLand's most prominent citizens, had UP-TO-DATE -
at LaGrange and Tltusvllle; and his died of an attack of heart disease about
r : business In 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. :tt' many Indian River friends will be pleasedto 1 o'clock In the morning. The attack

learn of his complete recovery : came on just a few minutes before his
=We save you the middleman's profit= i "Albert Ives of :1110 North Sixth street, death and he died before medical aid CLOTHING

:*- +: I.I in a serious condition from'' blood could be summoned. About midnight
,, poisoning/ the resultof receiving a Blight his daughter/ Miss Edith heard him get
HOUSE.
I "' +: scratch from a rusty nail. Several opera. up from his bed and go to window to

;; tJ &r m 7W'1C:1: i Lions have been performed to prevent peak to his dogs, which wore barking
J t ;: WKITK KOIt ODItCATAI.no
,J:$, : serious ult.. from there he went to the bath room, ,
'? -, JKU'KI.KIW': & IMl'e11tTERB UK. Ives is employed in the Dock street and as he was returning to his room she :> a a
!1 ,.. market, Philadelphia, by his father, whoIs heard him coughing and choking. She CLOTHES ELEGANCE,
t, == 41 Went Hay St. Jacksonville Fla. :t a commission merchant. Last week went; to him and found him lying on the
bed unable to She called
the In speak. some
i assisting lifting a
if f ii ***************************************************** crate young containing man was peaches when a protruding neighbors but when they arrived he \VE believe we can show

i __ __ . . . ,. nail slllbtiyaCI'atched the skinon had passed l away. more real exclu-
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Mr. Bond leaves widow who at;
Ui xl.. L. :l'v.IOTLO"VV": BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL his left band. The wound wa.10 a sive elegance In Summer '
slight; that scarcely any blood appeared. present In in Ohio, and a daughter/; whois "
BOARDThe Ordinary home remedies were appliedand married and now living near Chicago, Clothes than any other
fK the wound was apparently healing besides Miss Edith, who was the only I Ii
I when It became Inflamed. When It be. one of the family the ]house with him. two stores In this section.By .
ill illn Hoard of Public Instruction met Ills mother father and brother who i
swollen a
came alarmingly/; a physician was "elegance" we mean
at 2:110:: p. rn., Monday, /Sept 3rd, 100G. called In and he operated on the hand. live In Ohio, were sent for. ;
PreHont: E. B. Arnold chairman, pro /Since It has been necessary to cut tho Messrs. M. Bond and J. B. Conrad ac- garments that by their '

torn; A. J. Carter, and John It. injured member several times. hell Is companied the body to Wlllougbby; perfect style, fit and finish
Walker, secretary, not yet out of danger." Ohio, where It was burled on Tuesday.
{ The minutes/ of the last regular meetIng The deceased was one of UeLand's show themselves to be \

: were read 1 and adopted.The pioneers and was recognized as one of of tailoringskill.
master-pieces
Treasurer presented his reportof DEATH OF REV. C.W.ARNOLD the leading financiers and business men sy

t 14 the moneys received and warrants of the county. He came to Deland y. ,
paid for the month of August, 1IXKI, same about and with
i Mrs C. W. Arnold received a cable. twentyflvfl years ago, from the "Quality
was examined and found correct and the the sad his father and Mr. J. B. Conrad built a Straight "
Monday, conveying news
: redeemed warrants duly cancelled and gram sawmill Makers"-Schloss Bros. & Co.,
that her husband Rev. C.V.. Arnold, ,
._E filed. had died at the residence of his son In Mr. Bond had extensive business interests -whose name Is the standardfor T
F\ c.Lq..dtyFino -... Financial Statement.To Stamford England Sunday night last. throughout the county and stateat all that's good In Clothing. ."
( Hon. A. A. Stewart,Clork of Circuit Court! Deceased had been rector of the Episcopal the time of his death. lIe was president cannot buy better cloth, :
Sir-In comldtsnce'I : with BurMori :, Chapter4.TI2 church In Daytona for at leant of the Bond Handstone-Hrlck Co. ; Money Copyrighted] 6 '
: LAWS of FlorMu. we heroliy I with you a director of the E. W. Bond Co. of Lake Workmanship or fitting quality.
; Liquors, Wines, Beers, the following Itmnliml, Htatoinent of all money tlfteen years and was known and loved BySCHLOSS t.H.I'I
'f I I Ales, Stout, Eto. renelveil Hi|>rf>prlmlonn mtulo, and warrants by everybody. lIe loft Daytona a few Helen ; vice president of the DeLand PRICES : $8 (00. [f A CO. r'
for the month Naval Stores director of the
imuaa ending $Beyt. 1906.i months ago in search of health, but the Company ; a
tY U-Sencl me your orders 1 1TITUHVILLK Warrant outstanding' at I out report i general opinion his friends was Volusla County Bank and an equal part j1O.fltI.> 12.50\ if IH.50.: $1300.: , Fine Clothes Makers
/ among/
County Kiibuol fund ....... .. .Isla 1 71 t
and COCOA FLORIDA. ner of the Bond Lumber Co. of DeLand. Baltimore and New y1
; York
Bpeolul: I tax .mihool II No. 1 411 8H that he would never return to Daytona $17.50, $20.00.:! $2250. ., ,
r 'j; lMt. No. i OS alive.-Daytona Hallfal Journal. He was also 81100.fiuulC Chap 131.1Iaw..i"! 8B IK jl.ioa 24 Kev. Mr. Arnold was In T'timillo' Lulnber and Supply Company and the -MAIL ORDERS A PEcrALTY-
WarranM INHIKM! at this mAAth/-/ some time ago, officiating at the. funeralof Biscayne Lumber and Supply Co., of \
Robbins & Graham Co. County iohiu l fund, . ".". '1.11.1400 $tR14 00 Mrs. M. P. Robbins. Miami, and of the E. O. Painter Fertilizer PENNEY:: : ] & :a :RANN'INGa: ::
-- Co., of Jacksonville, and up to a _ _ _
Total .. .. .
2,1I4J\ : 24
(Incorporate(\ ) Warrant) paid in'Anj.1UIn1County \ short time ago he was a director of the
school fund." ... ,.. .. $ M2:. II CHURCH NOTICES. Florida Bank and Trust Co., of Jackson- FINE CLOTHING, SHOES MEN'S & BOYS' FURNISHINGS,

PAID UP CAPITAL 25,000.00: Special tax suhnul Dint No I 43 0BR4: 04 ville, but resigned on account of his --Titusvi11c,. Y: rl.d.a.--: :

This company owns - many other interest .. ... .
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$ 2,057 30 Preaching at Cocoa Methodist church For many years he has been a memberof '
Total now outstanding a. follow! *- next 10th both *! ,
ZANIES Sunday, feept. morning the city council and chairman of the
Ik County. Bdiool fund .. .... 1 2,017 RO8p..ul and eveuluA'1 by Kev. S. W. 1'. E. board of county commissioners, of his :Hardware: : StO"SS." Oils
Ll\wterJ
tux Rollout Jlnt. No I 8 Hit
Ir tba In lau River Country; On the St. .. ., .. it .. 2l (tar : begin at 11 a. 7.:::10 home county ,

ijI t Lncle River; at New River and, on Bay Hpon. fund C,Chap B383 la W. Fla -IOOf 2 OB7 80 p. m. Everybody? Is Invited. < Mr. Bond was born on )February< 28, PAINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE ETC.TITU3VILLE .
Total ouch on hand..... ......... 2.1.W 8T 1858 In Indiana and was well known in
; ; DUoayne. Prices to suit the times Surplus ouch on bane.8m\ BAPTIST CIIURCH. Tttusville. '

Send for Land List. Cash Balance Services at LaGrange every 1st Sunday
\ County school fund- at l 11 a., m and 7:30: p. m. THE PINK NEWSPAPER.
; -: Otllocs at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla., Services at Indlanola every 2nd Sun. V.
Bill each on hand at t'reportf2w.o\ 2R
Received In AUg.IINNI, .'.. 120 19Total. day at 10)0::) a. m. and 7:30: p. m.
2,7W148: Services at Tltusville every :3rd and 4th 'rhe St. Augustine Record says: "For

) East Coast Meat Marke t t Leon warrant paid In Aug; 1908) 842 111 11,11:11|: 57 Sundays 11 a m. and 7:3D: + p. m. Sunday many years :Editor Walton, of the EAST ,
School every Sunday at 10 a. m., COAST ADVOCATE, of Tltusville, has enjoyed .
1 Special tux school Dint. No. 1- and prayer meeting every Thursday at the distinction of being the pub. w m :- C.kIttl i IIhusllN'' "i$

1 O. ]0'. 1JUKKN; Agent. rash on hand at lout. report .... 8t 113 7:3(1: ( p in. Kev.Vm.. Stones, pastor lisher of the only pink paper in Florida f l _
Recd In Auff. IIKHI ..... ... .. la: 81 Indeed, the "pink paper" is known it uf r- e '
I fr*E *-3sZS Total' 4544" throughout the length; and breadth of i li n qI -
'j Z&Mt S e=TS3. Lens warrant. I'alliin Aug. t'.IIKI. 4'J' (13(: S 341 WANTED, $10,000. the State and In all tho big resorts of nn "
-r r ,
Rpoolal' tax ncliool Dint. No. 2_ the North. But there Is a new rival in 1 'I4''at.
I CI2c Cash on hand, at hail report., . 9 I II) 39 the field, and Florida now boasts of two -
:>> In the Circuit Court
J this
at Miami
> No renetpti or payment, pink papers. The last Issue of the Jas- Pt vL
J:>> 11I1100.| fund C,oliap BJW: ': law Pla.Caul week, was brought before Judge Minor per News conies out as pink as pink can b /xe
',,, I ,' g !on hund at laat report. 4 189 00 S. Jones the case of Miss Mary Ilainlin be, and Editor John M. Caldwell, says I t
= No receipts or payments vs Frank T. Budge the same being a that pink It shall remain."
I i suit for damages the sum of ten thous- .

cE::: Total., _-2,13I87:!,_ !, and dollars for injuries received la an The Jasper News came out in pink Its ,

_. C" HumlEod Kecolptii. automobile accident Little Miss Fannie ,' last Issue and contains a notice to the '
I I::' CA n-: County fchool fund. Budge, of Tltusvillo, Is in Miami this effect that such will be the color of Its m4) X ,

F7+ 1'anh on hand at heat...."ort...,.2MO 25 week as a witness In thin case. dress In the future. We can now referto C
'f :' ItauM. 1C: W Hall, polls rxift' .... 100 Attorneys Mitchell D. Price and<< F. M. the EAST COAHT'ADVOCATK and Jasper -., ,
'TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.THE tax 1UO ',111)-232,780 48 Hudson appeared for the plaintiff, while News as the only two rosey lined *
,I Bxolal| tax school Dint No. 1- Mr. Budge was represented by Messrs. papers in the State.-Miami Metropolis
Caution hand at taut report....* 81 ((13R : Erwin and Bobbins. \
i o'd K: W Hall tax low) .' 13 81 $ 4(11Special ( The Jasper News proposes to hear-
ANHEUSER BUSCH. tax sohonl Ii,t.No. 2.' after be red In color whether read or not.

, ,, ClUlh on h.ulat liutt. report.... 9 0 so AUTOMOBILE ..RACING.A. This will make two pink papers In Florida Wafer :Hardware: Oo,
Special seluml find >'tf chap(0888: Laws. the Tltusvllle ADVOCATE being the

,'i Brewing Asso's.Fame. Bal cash on hand at lust. report..., ,... f 1RU 00 other.-Jacksonville Metropolis. FLORIDA _.
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It. Lee Guinness a wealthy English .
It will be remembered by many in
.St.Louis Keg and.Bottled Total.,. _g3u1481 amateur driver who purchased the 200- Titusville, that Mr. W.C. Caldwell, business .N....N..........N..N....N..N............NN..

3 ,," Itemized Expenditures. horse power record-breaking Darracqrncer. manager! of the News, was an em F. A. MORGAN,.'roprletor. Hit. E. n, ULAKItWOOnOll Druggist.PHARMACY .
Beer that i i
County School Fund made a living kilometer at ploye of the ADVOCATE last summer, :
e' t'/ Bold by Mesnrn. F, A. Lesley and J H Walker salary supt> for Awir.. 75/ onTounhem Ormond last winter in 10 2-5 seconds, and he, evidently became so well pleased
1' I Salaries... ....... ...,,330: (MIA recently reduced this record 2-5/ of a with "The Pink Paper" that he had to
''I f R. Motlow, TltnBTllla.ru. J Carter per, diem milane 8 80
K.) li. Arllulel" .> .. 11 w second with the same oar on the beachat have one of his own. We have had the
f By Mr.It.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla John Henry type min for pub. :2. onK. Oatend, Belgium. The new time U exclusive use of the name "Tho Pink I
':. C ,..&tllIl'; Co, repairs to No.:22 201) equivalent to a mile in 30.fi!) seconds or Paperof Florida" for sixteen and RED
t JOSEPH ZHPF A CO. J R Walker exprenH freight, years J"I
t poHtaire 4 Aj'H a rpeocl of 117.03 miles an hour, more, but we are willing to divide the ,
A' W II Drew Co Hiipplles .... li 00 honors with Bro. Caldwell and the ADVOCATE ,

t Sole Distributors, KABT: COAST ADVOOATB notlue ....pub..examination 10 oo $500 DAMAGES. will henceforth be known as
i C. Nash <& Bon tank for No.85 ... 20 HA I "The Pink Paper of the East Coast of I i
i Street'l' Cocoa: ; & lioiikloilno News pub tin Florida." Still, we would remind the
010: to 620 West Day Florida Htatenient Star...., 2 al( The case of J. O. Truitt vs The F. :E. St. Augustine Record that the paper we .I TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
pub annual statement
l'l'I I V.! Railway suit to recover damages fora '.
for the
/ Is
IIXIA-H.,. 10 on nso printing ADVOCATE an expensive *
(l j _JAOffiOSVCLLE\ :, FLA. Fla. Star pub notice tor bids. .... 3 20 car of vegetables delayed In transit rose tint book paper and nn .f -A Complete Stock of- t
revard Co. State ;Hunk, paid Z. which has occupied the circuit court at newspaper In the South Is printed on ,

buiidinir Dixon' for.add to Cocoa.......school... .i,2nn/ onnrevard Miami for several days, came to an end similar paper. '
West End PURE DRUGS DRUGGISTS !
!: r Pharmacy ()o, State Hank Inxt.... 6 HHW this week, when the jury rendered a ver | AND SUNDRIES
.1 Kniian repairs, to No 20 ... /BB! 4J dict of f.;.:00 for Mr. Truitt. Attorney .,
.v'' EAU OALLIE, FLA. E K Bwlnnon trannport pupils -40 00 $ 1,834 00 Geo.. M. Bobbins moved for a new trail. SHE WILL NOT TEACH f 9 PrescrlptIons Filled with the : i

S, c Hodgson, M. D., R P., Attest: E. B. ARNOLD i Utmost Care and Promptitude"' '...,(j.
Proprietor. J. WAI.KEH, Chairman pro tern. TITUSVILLE'S SCHOOL.Titueville'e "The cat Is out/Of, the bag." Miss

i; l Corner of Young and Houston Streets. Bids for Secretary transporting / Annie Oallie's Belle popular MoAlester school,teacher who was for Eau two S WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. t
pupils were
( Complete.Stock of. Drugs and opened and those of li. M. Packard be- tho winter public school[ opened for winters was appointed to Titusville's :...........................................NNN...f,
Druggist'sSundries season on Monday, under the
the lowest he High; School for this /season, but she
IIIR
awarded the ..
', I Cigars Stationery, Perfumery for wits contract charge of Professor W. D. G. Wine with failed to fill the position. The following - -- -- -- - -- --
'N': Toilet Articles, transporting/ pupils from Ma- the following assistants: Miss Helen
: gruder to Joooa, at :*4l.)0; ) per month, ;, clipped from the, Washington (Ga.)
Souvenir ( first
Miller assistant Miss '
"Iu'da. ; Sophie Itaus- Walker Co.
and Reporter, gives the reason: Grocery
from hatters to Cocoa at (>
f33.0 .
t\\ Candled, Etc, nor kett, Intermediate; and Miss Susie Teeter ,
mouth. "Rev. and Mrs. D. MoAlester
S.
X. . primary teacher. announce ;
Society and Jos. Warren were allowed There the engagement of their daughter ._ Dealer In -
was an attendance of 00'on
I Prescriptions Carefully Compounded $33.00: \ () for. work on the colored school Monday. Annie Belle, to Mr. J. R. Clyde, of Staple ari.d 133.037- Groceries: .
\ hones' at Mima.\ Miami 11'11the wedding to take place

The Supt. was Instructed to make satisfactory MILDEW early in October. Fruits: and 7egata'b1es
I Hodgson Bros. arrangements for transporting TO PREVENT "The foregoing; announcement will be .

pupils from .Mon-lit to Cocoa and return read with keen interest In three states : Gra3 and Feed
E3ay. X1: :
/ To prevent clothes from mildewing. where Miss MoAlester Is known and ad. ,
"/J:; EAU OALLIK, INDIAN KIVKR FLA. The sum of 200.00 was appropriated If a bowl or a deep plate.of quicklime is mired for her many womanly graces and Tour Patronage Sollclted-

h' Marine Railway. for purchasing" apparatus for the Senior kept in a damp closet It will prevent lovable traits of character. She is the TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.
,' Illffh School at Cocoa. oldest daughter of the Rev and }{ D.
clothes hung there nom becoming mil rs.
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General Merchants and Ship' Chandlers. There being no further business the dewed. The lime must be renewed when B. McA tester and during\ the few yisirs - - - u
Hoard adjournod to moot tho first Monday it becomes slack. she has resided in Washington, has : : ,
I' ..Special Facilities./ In Oct., 100(1( at :2JO:! p.m. made many friends, who will reluctantlygive E.. L. :se.:: .::C d t ::E3EO.

I JNO. Jt. \V AI.KEn her up to the Land of Flowers.
-DEALERS IN-
: For Hauling Oat, Storing and Repairing At The "Mr. is
f' Secretary Sena Me. Clyde a prominent young man
Yachts. and Launches. of Miami( who holds IC position of trust GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
I Furnished cottages on Daytona Beach, with the Florida East Coast Railway"
:' Mention the Ar>v from $12.00 to 'M.OO deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all con.umera. -
per month. Rare known to the editor of the ADVOCATE,
Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at station.E. .
chance for those who your
;\ Stanley Kitcliing If you need a Victor Talking/ Machine\ the sea shore.. want to stay at and advance we tender hearty congratulation In L.. BRADY & BRO. -- . TITUSVILLE, FLA.

or Records, the Rod Cross Pharmacy, Apply to II. F. Stewart, Seaside Inn ------ -
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I Dealer In I Tltusvllle will nell them to you on the Daytona Beach, Fla. 43-Ot' ( HOUSE

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS following: terms, : 2.no: cash! and 50 -MOVING. s. J. <> mc>nr.;

Tobacco Pipes cent. week. .
Candles Fancy China per Urayinjr.Druy
Contractor:: Rairney hits been
and making (:Successor: to Wagoner & Co.)
Temperance Drinks. Do not fail to cull and hear these won. good headway the'pant two weeks moving .

The following brands of cigars) deliveredat dei fill machines whoa you visit l Tltusvllle. 1 Ing or hauling of alii l Inds pIOtO)>t. Mr. Robblnn' large house from the -Dealer In-

8J.23: per box of >50> : ly attended to. Moots all tl'3loll. :Stove:: extreme north end of Tltusville to the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
II urn bold t, Key \Veat Smokers Premon, wood for sale at. ail times site selected for it adjoining, the residence ,

Cremo, Cubanas, obalskt. B. 11:. UOLTEX. TltusTille. of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Soobie, PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Are You
3'' Flinch Cards 1 Brto. ; Hand Made Palmetto Going North'lOet on Washington avenue It will be for TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Hats 23c. rent this winter.
,
Job l> .
rlntiig.Do
STUART, FLORIDA.
your Clyde steamship tickets from I
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--- the agent at Tltusvllle. Charming trip not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE Lrnylns: ntul llnullnfr. INDIAN RIVER ICE :FACTORY. S |

Cleaning and l'relsllIj from Jacksonville to New York by the office, Tttusvllle we do Job TITCSVILLE FLA. *-
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All work done palatial steamships of the Clyde Line printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply and All kinds of Braying and hauling
up-to-date. Call and expeditiously. Letterheads, :Xoteheadi, promptly attended. to, and Satisfaction I* prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
CIIAS.
Andrew II. WALTON
toe me. Gibson at the
Parlor .
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Barbor Shop, OQ Washington. avenue. TltusvP.le, Fla. kinds.Billheads, Envelopes, Tags, and all other guaranteed paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.
JOHN
KETTLES, Tltusvllle.
t T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.1""WJ .

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