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: October 26, 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: VID00474
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS Fall nnd Winter( Wants. PRIG Co.
SPECIAL.
SAM.

[d Topic of General Interest. Our stale Is well- 1UIro"ed Orange llo\o Goo II. 1-VriiaUI llardunre Co AMONG THE '
prepared to till) you At Kllua's I HOTELS.
Clothing end (ren.. Kiirnl,
fall tlliir
and
winter wants. For With the New Lock Joint Panel -
many year IhqartnSenE Km! : ;
)Dealers
THE ADVOCATE we have been with the Heads, which In Wholesale and Retail! Until.Ware Take
people of Titus If you are In need of are superior to the old note of the hotel ads on our

fl.50) per annum In Advance. vllle and vicinity, and are therefore nbl would l be surpilsed to any what Clothing you style panel head. No Clacks nt the paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds, 7lh page/
I to tee a selec lime cement, 1 brick and
.75 six months anticipate corners. Can furnish shlngleM.
your wants In advance tion we have them complot
Wo .
12.00 per an. to foreign countries. and have purchased with birch or Machine Shops, all kinds of repair have received HO many Inquiriesas
just the
gouda theY If patent hoops III
t you aro thinking/ bn>ln.: a suit\ cypress work on Ptitfliiox, bollnis and to tho dates of the opening .of tho
:DITIONALi LOCALS will be found ) laved!. The prices are as low car lots or less NIIIhUm|> :
as would do
oar you well to call launches hotel of tlHI
L be ou us and seo Kist ('ORMt Hotel Company
our 8th, page. possibly made consistent with how well wo fit Wo can give you the Hunt Box ou the
can and Tin limit
milt
you your and Metal wo nvpiinllsh tho
Lsir. store keeping, and hack of It all l Is almost market Rn.llIl1\'e you money.Write work'l'llImhln/ol./ ntean same as I
W. N. Hendry of Fort Pierce our any color you wish and nt almost and gas /fitting/ Good Work at lowest follows::
guarantee of for
tin Tltusville the first of the week. VoL'ii MO.NKV'S; !: ", WORTH Oil any price. prices ou vt raps prices Police do ....011, St. Augustine under

Jjfr. Tom Paine of St. Lucie a like YOiril I his"'Nk., must Y IIACK. Trading be In a store' As for odd pants' we have nlmiit :!,nOIl W. MKIIKYUAV: \ Co., OleO II. FRKNAM!: : HAKHWAUK Co., the management of Mr. Robert Murray\ 1
surely state I'alatkn
We k pairs. It Fla.
as makes
ijor of Mrs M. S. Jones spent a day you to come In and look no difference I what aloe!: ..,---- _. --- .- San ford Flit.Mr Opens Tuesday, January' 11117) ;closes
over our stock you ask for, wo have It. -- Sat n i'day: Apill tl 1\I0i.!>
,
cJ i in town this week. We" are always glad to show -.Mr.( I.. ]{. Decker, who has been 01
you IIroundno JULIUS Id.INK:, vacation of mouth and Mm. Clia A. (Iulnl'rYh., .. AII'llIllr.It./ : Augiistlnn, undor tho
coaxing and I it or so, to Mansfield
|i Should call and see the beautiful line no urging to buy our have
Tltusvillp pont several management
\ munthi Mr.
Fht.Mr. Pa., and Brooklyn at Gaston, Joseph P. (1 reaves
N'
Y.
goods-and ,
/ ) Ilawe's Hats prices do all the leturnnd to
$3,00! at Penney & rest Air., time
'Ihene fall hid TltllMvll'n home hlIt.fonrl"v..! .. . .. guests of Mrs. (Gardner's parents Opens Saturday: December S, ll\ (0d; I
days' find! -! C. H. ,
fcrannlng's ready - --
Tltusvllle.iMr.
us for fall Karey' of
Jormen who xp"t-t l to reach their Tltusvlllo closes Saturday, April :11I, 11)07.d \) .

Fred Wright of St. Auguatlne, business' Wo Invite you to view thwearables. has been spending some time at Kes Ick, -Mr. Porson pII.I We never entered a season Va., has returned to his Jensen. home with the Bond Lumber Co. of The ..r the ,.
nianiigniuent of
I the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J.. C. better regular weekly mooting of the Messrs. Andor- .

fanlng, a day or so this week. pocketbook.prepared to meet everybody' -Mr. J. L. Mobloy left, Wednesday vllle Lake Helen, Flu was a visitor In Titus Homo Mission Society which, was! to convene sun A I'rho-OI'OUIi Tuesday, January 8, i
for Jacksonville on Sund"y. lorsou's friends are at Mrs. \1K)7! ; clone ;Monday
to bring down a Conova's lust April, 11)07, I a
Mr. John Jones, of Quay, joined his We are just as ready for the up-to whaleback model tarpon I\lwa1111t11 d to see him In town.Every aftermmn Wednesday The llumkers, Palm I
Iloach
launch for Mr. II. II. was called, but is appointed\ under the
the-mlnute
and family In Tltusvlll last Satur- young/ Man or for the dignl Mace. tar the management: of Mr- Fred, | I
the fled Gentleman of man and boy should have a same plane (Mrs. ( unnvas, ), next Storry-Opons8lthrdiiy .
"aOlt attended modest
Jones-Wright taste ; just as Hawes 'JO) Wednosday : , Docomber :24: IIHIII) oloHus .
EARLY $: ( hat. A most complete afternoon at 't o'clock. ; Satin I
filial, Monday evening. ready for the man with $3 OO or :U/Oo) REFUGEE: BEANS and all line at Penney it' day, April' 0(I, 1M! >7.
to spend as for the one who expects to kinds of garden seed at S: J. Norton' Urannuljnun't { -Tho reason tho Oaks buss did not Royal 1'olnolana ,I ,
Palm
Mies Clara Sanders
: one of Cocoa'sular Hunch under I
pay $23.00 for his fall suit forget the Woodmen free en- meet Urn trains thin week, was because
: tbo
or Mrs.
Adhemar
overcoat.
l Is Brady of management of Mr. Fred
young ladies now enjoying Titusvllle, teitainment the Stcrry ,
on next ; Oaks
To was crowded,
know Wednesday
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what I I. evenIng to the
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| cool bracing weather at Ashevllle, mostfashionable In expects to leave in a week or so, for for The K'trret.' Opens Thursday, January 10, 11)07\) ; closes ,
all Oaks
Millinery, what I li oo.'roct.. what li ex :Stuart: and other Slipper at a reasonable rate, closes Saturday, anti, the guostsK' Monday, A II 1 limo)
C.,, and will spend the winter there. )points down the river, and the bet to be hat!. The to the pi ;. :
elusive
Woodmouare
I Qua must visit our MJIHnArv--_. -HA.- for a visit with relatives) and fHuMilaCarl \ .. .. Rlvervlow which will open Royal Palm, Miami, under the management
Uilr. Romey Wright agent for the F. partition We are keeping! In touch with - -- --- noted for their charitable acts which Sunday: morning undor lime managementof / of Mr. H. W. I

'Ry,, at Enterprise, was a visitor the new cieallons of lending designers Schuyler' was a visitor In TltriHvilte IIIIIkes thl8 a .mu"t___ wnrth... _. ...... n..u.v.nv.. Mrs. C. A. Krulder. SlItllI'lIIIY, He.mmber Y IIII.rrlll-Oponli.
/ for 111011 : Clllll". "
Itltusville, Sunday the guest of hie and ever} day ad
Klier and slater, Mesdames C. L. and exquisite models. I came up the on business, returning to Jensen 3la 8:10
Igbt and L. C. Branning. Our dry goods and notion departments on : train that afternoon been board from, and that the steamer month for it visit with !Mrs Brannlng's Islands), under the management of Mr

[sirs. L. C. Moore of Roseland, Fla., are only twin sinters to our millinery de Everybody look on page 8, and read ;\1I3ml. In which she sailed for Key West mother at Mldilluburg, F".? stopping In II. F.. Bomls-Opens Tuesday' January

baa spent the summer at different partment. They are so thoroughly allied Penney Draonlo 's large display ad. the first of last week, notwithstanding raoksniivllln, on the way, fur a week or 7,, 1H07! ; closes Monday[ April I, 11K)7.

rte in North to each other, and their full and the dreadful storm, lauded safe so, to enjoy tho Royal Victoria Nassau "
Carolina, Is now at up. -Mr. J, M. Osban arrived In Titus- in port. many attractions of the N. 1'. (lla- :

Jnesvlllo, but will soon leave for to-thi mlnute' aspect makes them look villa Monday morning from Atlanta, -Mrs. Lopez and son, 111 r. Joe Lopez Carnival. harm: Islands), under the management of I .'

Mile, and then for her Florida home alike. with another carload of fine horses and of St. Augustine, were the guests of I -The friends \lr.\ 11. 1'.. llemls-Opens (To be an. ,

ARE AGENTS FOR CUMMER'S: Come JOHN In please' WALKER, just for a*look CO.about. mules, and he Is finding a ready salu for I fudge/ and Mrs Minor M. Jones, of West I Goldsmith. many, formerly of of Mr.Tltiisvlllp Maurice but F. Inter nounuud). later) ; closes (to ho announced J M Vi';

them. Titusvllle
( Boxes for several days the first of now
range a prominent
quality the boar r. price The Department merchant of Fort I rho Continental I
Store: Atlantic Ileaoh
i higher. Write for quotations. Tltusville. -M IR. Lamhdln of the week. Mr. Lopez was one of the fierce, will bo grieved, to learn. that he ier the tin f
Florida Jacksonville management/ of Dir II
S. }t', TRAVIS A\; Co., Coooa, Fla. mother of Mrs. Frank Webber of this attendants: at the Jones.Wllgh t wedding, I. still\ In the hospital at St. Augustine, : Opens. K.: Bemis
Tuesday March
I hloudjy evenlug. 12, 11)07\) ) ; closes I f J'
TIle ball to have been given by the -!Mr. Claude Ueaojean, of Melbourne, place, who hits been enjoying] a visit being treated I for his recent attack of luring August 11)07) ,

usyllle Social Club, In ihe Opera has been In Tltusville, this week, servo of a couple of weeks with her daughter, -:Miss Charlotte M. Palmer. of Kant: facial paralysis, which wits worse than -- ,

ae, on Tuesday evening last, wan ing as grand/ juror. left for her borne on Friday afternoonlast. lackensack, N. J., is now peiidlnif hi, former attack as It went down In "IIItbr."lt Hotel Mon-Attention. 'J'

some time and greatly Interferes with his I f |
at Norwich
jtponed! Conn. Miss ,
on account of .
the serious 111- -!Mr. J, A. Hoke, a prominent citizenof of -

of Mrs. Albino Brady who paused Melbourne, who has been spending a The swollust line of hate ever hon In 'aimer, who has spent the winters In power speech A Boston J Hotel man would like to go I

If that evening at 8:10:> o'clock. few days: In Tltiisvllle, made this office a the city, both soft and still hats, In ntusvlllo for some years, will not coma PHOTOORAPIIH/ ._All kinds of photographs Mouth this winter, not for bin health, .j i t

ney & Branning sole pleasant: call Monday evening. the Hawes $::1..00 make, nt Penney JtUrunnlng's South' this winter union It guts too cold taken, In np-to-dale style, from but for a ebonite. ,
are
for
agents for liar In the
lives U.lt. Titusvllle.Mrs. North.E. 11.73; and I upwards. per dozen Portraits Would accept the management of any ,: '
They are winners. Miss Willie \
Gould
May: and her M. )llolman of Daytona, Fla.! I III Crayon, Pastel, Water Color and large or ..111,1Iwtol\ or would noci-pt .aStownrd's !
[ brother Master R. E. Brown
The Marcus of
Musical Recital Gould, of bt. St. Ansusllne, Oil
at St. 1'alnfluxs at
Gabrlel'ecopal
most .
pending/ a couple of weeks", at Mrs. reasonable rates, position at a fair cornpensalon. '
church, last night by Mr.. R. Augustine, were visitors In Titusvllle arrived In Tltusville last Monday to at- Carrie Carr Mitchell's, on Church street. and enlarged from any small photograph t He bus had much experience In I :

f wall and lllfrs. C. .1* Denliam, for the /Sunday.: :Miss Willie May wan the guestof tend the wedding of her brother, Mr. AshevillB (N. C.) Gazette News !Mr. liublus taken us quick' as a ictels of alt\ sizes and under all\ kinds of
tilt of the church her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. ItK. Phillip II. Wright, which took place wink. Call and : 't I
was a decided suo- lot man left yesterday: for his Daytona see samples of our conditions. Ho fuel e<|Ull to anything ,
|,, and those who Pyles. Monday evening. Mrs. Brown returnedto work and and I have have I'
were unable to at- tome, an It was getting a little cool for your/ photographs you la the Month.By I
I her home
raianed a rare musical treat. The KAUFFMAN'S; :: >EA'. FLOUR ONEof Tuesday. him In Anhevlllo even If he In from taken now, an we will (leave HOOII.H. communicating with Mr. Walton I

[OCATB: staff regret that a rush of the finest grades of F.lour on the -He sure to attend the Oyster supper Vorcostor.. Mass. FAUST, Titusvllle! kin the JoA'r: VU"II'f AUVOOATK. .l'Itu.... i I Iof t

K made: It Impossible for them to at. market also and and Entertainment vllle, Fla. lie can give full
Canopy Harvest King given for the benefitf / -Mrs. J. T, McQnlre who Iras -A. IJ I Penney former Judge of Ilre- you particulars '
and beenIn
therefore our report of thee Flour at S. J. Norr.n'Mr. .. the Indian River Yacht Club tonight vard county was\ a as to my ability, sobriety and
the hospital at Ht. passenger on Friday'ssouthbound
| limited. at the Opera house. This Is a good Augustine for a character, or A, H. T., Adams House( ,
Wm. M. Brown of Miami and number of weeks. having undergone train en route to Fort
|0ne) of Asheville'a cause, as the Yacht Club is an Boston, Mass,
former an irnpor- I'leree. to bill
popular join wife and
Tltusville, spent last Friday la town, and operation, returned to her Titusvllle daughter .. .
f" Charles II. Walton editor and ant factor In the upbuilding of our It took the -- ---
Judge several months
left the 8 home longerthan
on train
a. m. Saturday Sunday
lotor of the mornIng town afternoon accompaniedby -Mr. and Mrs. J, LoVlllarcl, Jr., enter #
only pink ,newspaper for Jacksonville. Mrs. Brown left her mother Mrs G. : he expected to get the charter and
loriila, |18 Nolle. Mrs tainted Mr. 0nd. i Mrs. W. C''. Thomas" at .
known a guest of Airs. Mitchell's on the 2p.m. train (Saturday, to join -The Camp Meeting of the A. M. E. McGuire left Monday[ for Cocoa to joiner tart the business of his Insurance As"o- a six: o'clock dinner Sunday!

't. boarding house on Church her husband and accompany him on a I church, which cloned !Monday was a > husband. who Is located at that elation, and not wishing to subject his I { :

?4i.{ Walton halls from TitusFa. trip to New York. (leat success. On :Sunday excursion place, family to cold l climate 110 late In the -It Is seldom that tho .\ tlVOOA' rill U I

., and is prominently Identified rains were run from both North and -- ..--- --.- season, lie left his business good hands called upon to apologist), but a groat J' e

that town he being a property Missel LIHie May Cleveland and South, and over the Tliusvllle-Sanford Dentistry. and came south for tho winter. la the lot of ruined| job work, and, the absence

-p thero. lIe ban bad many a good Bessie Colter two charming young braoch. bringing about 8,000' people to spring' he will return to Charlotte! N. C, of pert of our staff compelled us to leave
to nay in his ladles of DeLand arrived In Tltnsvllle I over till next week four five
for ocompanloil l 1 his or correslondenca. -
Ashevllle by The
paper family
town on that day most of them being Dr. J. W. Newman, Dentist of West Judgk's/
that 18 one of the last Saturday: and were the guest of friends To those waiting for job
reasons why he colored. Palm Beach, will be In Titusvllle for many are pleased to nee him on
Asheville people make his stay their friend Minn Annie Jones. These week, and can be found a the Indian River again.ADDITIONAL work, we would say that we hope tobe
at the brick
iuch a pleasant one.-Ashevllle (N. young ladles were the much admired FURNITURE!:, able to ship all orders received before
f"wtte bridesmaids At Miss Jones' DRY GOODS building In front of the Court (House [ LOCAL amid personalnews
News. wedding the t lib Inst by Saturday, and will be
lie will be pleased/ to sue desire oo 8. You, must rend
which took the anyone page everypage
place on evening of the NOTIONS caught up with, our work by the Ist
Mllcli Cows for Sftle. 22nd. EDISON and log any line of dentistry.Orange In the AUVOOATC:, If you wish all --, ----- ..

DRY the news. '
f aVe a carload: For Bale BATTERIES -- ------- Cottage For Hale. '
of dairy milch cows or Kent, SHOE Crop for fiule.
: and
I'' to arrive in Titusville Power Dory) For Hale.

injt.' It Saturday Furnished Barton. avoanr HOUSE FURNISHING GOOD For late this years A Six: : Room Cottage just completed '
you want a good"milch cottage on CIIAS. A. crop of oranges
foot
GARUifiK Titusvllle Fla. 20 Power
Dory build
l Come and I look For and same as situated on Barton avonue, Kocfcledge,
over this lot on their Rockledgo. particulars write grapefruit on the tree, Nevins'Orange
d' 'ojipan boats strong, tight and seaworthy Florida, opposite White's cottages. Han
C. E. KJNO.Investigate. K. F. IIATCU, Groves Merrltt Indian idver, ,
A, Great Offer.To 1tf h. p., Falrflohl In
tf rhi. For engine never boon occupied. Large: bearing
Kocklodge, Flit. particulars apply to T. F. Nevus
3.10 Clinton Ht., Brooklyn N. Y. Rood condition. Fine bout for family orfishing orange trees on the lot. Convenient to I ;

advertise MASURY'S PAINTS, piirpomin. Bargain If sold for church, store, postntfice/ and large hotels. '
('8 Hunter Onion Set For Sale. For Inspection apply to L. W. Drawdy ,
ash
: at
we will, for the next sixty days give once A good, bargain.For .
lerrltt. )
have Crop 4,511) boxes:
Q a complete line of Guns free with each complete house bill pur- Write, P. O. Box 1, particulars. Inquire of
Cam, White and Red Bermuda Onion Sets 8-2 Kid: red FII .
Leggings and based of ,
t tor Hunting our yards at regular prices, J. J. WinrK! :,
now ready /get your orders In early. enough Masury's\ Railroad White and Cabbage mid Lettuce Plant' If Rocltiedire, Fla.

housewife Price per bushel of forty pounds, t-4.60. Florida.
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Raw Linseed Oil to paint the outside of For Hale Rig Boston Lettuce Char-
P wish ;
to CnKvsirAW -
BROTHER BlEED Co.
Imported call your attention to our 8.4 Fla.Shut the house two coat., not Including the lotion Wastefleld Cabbages ; fine size for For Kent, for season of IOfl,7.!) tliolartwell For Hale 1
Tampa
f"t', Jan crockery; also Mason's floors and lattice work. ettlog. Cabbage $:l.O" per 1,000; Let residence of eleven rooms, IB -y r

Ware, and Jelly Glasses. On En- Now In the time to buy. tees, 11.00 per l.'XXI' / Less price In rst-cUxs condition at Hook led ICe. onndUo My place here, known as CEDES 23
we lead with a full line. GrlI!* and titles. East Coast Lumber
I'Builder : & Supply Co. I quantities of 3lOO.( Celery and Beet I River In renter of orange belt. acres. Front on river half-mile from '

vita a call before We have a fine line of Shot Gun and 74t"r plants ready November 1st. Further Information: can be bad of the Inlet and! opposite the railroad station ,

dorare.Urate.. pur.baslng your Rifles. Get ready for the lua1i1le1l800. IIt and Vegetable All plants cash! with order. Seymour Morrli, Kooin 1217.: X" I l-tt: I ; adjoin Government reserve, ou 1

Our Prices are right. MoNrHo9a:"! VAR\I, Adam street Chicago which. Is the weather bureau, lighthouse j

\VALIum prices HARDWARE are right Co.Tltusvllfe JAS. PRITCHARD Son, Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of 7-2t; Palatka, Fla. ------- sad naval wireless station ; 6 I room dwelling "

Titusvllle, Fla. Day and Julia streets Jacksonville houses For Itrnt.. i and packing house. bo'h bid, some B

Fla. Fla.' always bring good results. Their Galvanized Wire Cheap.We xrap fruir, orange and guavas, & acres ofpineapples
Furnished houses to rent for the sew I 10: tin
condition fertilizedand
Wood for Sale. Haiitord Laundry.All i facilities for handling Pineapples Grape- i
bore several
tons of Galvanized oa )11XKV0. Best hunting and fishing\ :
onhe for
good 1000)
r crates next: season
;
mtt'l oak fruit, Orange and Early Vegetables cannot Wire, No. 8, to Xo./ 10, which we offer East Coast of Florida. I
furnish
,, any length. Also plow. work guaranteed. Domestic finish be surpassed. This Is one of the very low to close out. can spIendlJ: hunting, fishing and salt water ,

11II1j)0!h3rro"lng. See or address J. work also steam cleaning! and pressing.G. oldest and most reliable houses In this EAST COAST LUMBEK 8cpPLYCo. Just what you want. Write to bathing. Price .::JD")0.)
Tltusvllle JOllY n. WALKCH.Tltuivllle
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Fla L. M*wiviLLE. Agent. Cate. Try them. Eau Gallle Fla HAL P. HAIIBCN

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t I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE. FLA. OCTOBER 26, IHOG. :
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.r r ,', Free and I Sterile Labor Agitation !

Recently the Continental Correspondence ;
OPERATIONS AVOIDEDTwo ,
Accepted Masons. a reputed organ of the Imperial rrSE:: .. LTON

government published: In Berlin
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/ .i felt upon August: Rebel the Socialist

Indian No. 00Fitusville lender of Germany, Comparing, him, Avoided
Grateful Letters from Women Who ,
much to his discredit, with Jaures InFrance i

River find John Burnt and Kelr liar- Serious Operatlons.-Many Women Suffering
4r .
Lodge. y>V \ Florida. :Jlo In England.: A sterile agitator this from Like Conditions Will Be Interested. SELF-LOCKING

HolilH lu inBi'tinKMlmi.Bomiil.n.1 fonrrh Wed- paper called. him, and Its estimate in
ready. of each. uxmUi, In the Ihuauiilo. ''Imnpla .
borne out* by Dr. Theodore Burtu editor
u'ului .
:Tltui.llle, at T tae p. ui.K.

A. Morgan WnrHhlpfiil' .ManU of the Berlin Nation who In known

JolmN. wailer, Murder. Warilon.. In this country.. Dr. Biirth: uses IKI
I'hillp W. IGdMrta.luu/fir' W..r U. V. Duren.TrdHHiiror. name, but spoalts' of that! racialist: party .

J. L.Carrnthers.. Muurotury.A. which Terr Debel has built and,
l>. }'"nll"Y. Honlor' Ihiacon.1'orry ttJ
U. Walton, durum' I Iwuoun.C. guided to failure If we may believe the
11. Walton. Mmilor tow....". T. CXLEJ
;' M. 8. Sunn/ Junior' Mtuwanl.. CotreCmndence J. K. Walker CHiiplnlr."
F. A. Lonley, 'Tyliir. The Gorman, 8nclnUnt. exhaust thonlolve >
by Intnrnul conflicts In theoretical "
I llHCUiKlond the nerpMlty for ... general tw /

INDIAN 1UVKK: CIIAI-IKK N(). :91, strike, for a struggle b..tw..n the olnaR / r't
and on the Immoral 1 political and ochtl
ROYAL AKLII MASONS. condition of things as they are. Hut. s r .

i The Indian River (I'huiiuir, Ifciyal Arch MititoniiofU while theao dl' cu...lonH become bronUur J ::E3LOCE.
.. the IIrut WailmitUuy u( mcli iiiiintli .at the and broader In scope and vaguer aria n.t
F AlMHOIllO. TtflllplO.Tho vaguer In practical object tho Socialist
lullowniK' are the oltljer of this. chapter party I III being swept away farther und
> M. R. Ham, Kxrellunt High 1'rleot. farther from Uio attainment of political w t
> J. It. Walker, KliiK. power. They do not seem to understand Maryril'e
It. N. Andrews, "....iho.H. .
how futile Is u policy which falls to utll-
It. TtwHiirer.K.
WilHuii.
A. Mcirumi, Hwrumrv.T. bio the mighty forces of n party majority
H. Sanders., < ",.t. ""r Hunt.I.OIIIH I for the purpose of winning real and po l-
Alnxui'ltir. I 1'iliKilpul, HoJijurner.JJ: tlve political victories Ileyond doubt

J..N.M Waller.Taylor. M.wtnr Mimtorof. of R.I Thlnl,,,I V.V. I I has dona all In tin. power to Isolate Itself Is a now and great Invention, Htumesjlime: money and labor. It wil volt
from all other sections nf the .
I O. Htewnrt. Al..tar of Fret V. has looked this Isolation population.It horizontally upside down or,at any angle. It Is Impossible for the rope till
asa
I. ,,4' J. II.kunlaMoutaIel.. secret of power upon but In thin Isolation ,It When a physician tells a woman, suffering Vegetable Compound had saved otherwomenfrom "hen locked, and no lever or trigger rope attachment Is 'used In this "vice' I

,, will remain utterly powerless.. even If itslll'eeedis from female trouble, that an serious. operations I decided to try it, hoist lo and luck the load and It Is for tho I
and in less than four months. I was entirely There is only one er Impossible >
"8TAK.Frlemlnlilp In attracting to Itself hundredsof operation is it, of course
: OttniCH OK! KAHTKKN necessary
p, thousands. of new electors pnly bypolltl..111 her. cured; and words tail to express my tuaiikfulnuxs. jam or chafe and there Is nothing to get out of older in this original tackle ''oik I
; Chapter: , No.... II, huliln IIN meeting frightens ."
'. tlio MiuMinio Liicluo roimi, TitiinvlllH l on theflnt the Social co-operntlon Democracy with obtain other partieswill The very thought of the operatingtable Miss Margret Merkley of 275: 8d May be seen at the, nvocATK!: ollicc, Tiiusvillej; The S. B. Ilubbard' OJ:
a K..IIulno -
euuh month at 8:
and third 'I'ueadnya| '
m. Tim rullowlnK are the olllcar of the political Influence, and the party and the knife strikes terror to Street, Milwaukee, W'ia., writes: E. O. Painter & Co Jacksonville

Chapters p. I best fitted for such co-operative union her heart. As one woman expressed Dear Mrs. Plnkham: .
111... (I. M. Holiblim, W. M.1 the party to which the Socialists should it, when told by her physician that she Lou of strength, extreme nervousness, I
John It. Walker W. I'. turn. In. the democracy of the bourgeoisclass must undergo an operation, she felt severe shooting pains through the polvio
I MiM' C'.II"'I-I'14.. '''' \"Iat. M. which malms for Individual, liberty, that her death knell had sounded. bearing-down and an
I f Mice. I Kate HtHWurt, ..omliirtniH. *. organs, cramps, pains,
MlHH.I..... 14.111,'horn, Al>.onlllM. <:OH.Minn not for collective absolutism. If th..etwo Our hospitals are full of women Irritable disposition' compelled, me to seek
nilloHro.irf, rreiaurer. parties were united' they might who are there for just such operation medical adv\... The doctor after makingan
Mr. II. It. Wllwin. 14.fet"rl.) eventually Initiate a policy of real re- examination said that l/ bad a serious
a III.... F. A. Moron. , IMih.Mr form. It is quite true that theRe troubles female trouble ami, ulceration. and advised an
.. "'h.. may reach a stage where an operation
.I. It Walker
To this I strongly
operation as hope.
my only
Mm. M. A.Horlmunoiir. MiirtlnbMn.J. Rebel not only directs the thinking of is the only resource, but such canes are Itllno. I Ki,'tur.Mm. his Socialist followers through the medium much than is
J. U.l Muwe. hlnnta.Clian. rarer generally supposed, Lydia K.!: Finkhaui's Vegetable Compound.
: . II. Walton, Wlud. ..r. of lila Social-Democratic' paper, because a great many women have "To my surprise the ulceration healed all t
J. L. Oarrutlier", Hentlnel. been cured by Lydia E. Hnkham's the bait symptoms disappeared, and, I amonce fiffJi I
Forward but U their lender In the I
H. it. Wllnmi, Miimlnil.Goo. Vegetable Compound after the doctors more strong vigorous and well; and I cannot -
M. ICobhlliK. Chaplain.T1TI7UV1I.I.K ., . German parliament. Ills method there had said an operation must be per- express" .. my thanks for what it has done ?
form...
.; ;f are thus deacrllxnl In CorrfuporMence: formed. In fact up to the point where hi $ I
CAMP NO. 111. the knife must be used to secure Instant Serious feminine troubles are steadily
The Social Democratic members of the women-and
on the increase.
relief this medicine is certain to help. among
Rebel stamp, and especially Uubel hlni-
before to THI5
submitting an operation
The strongest and most grateful + SHOW ,
alt, have no consciousness of the fuct id.Pinkham's r
that they are returned" to parliament to statements possible to make come from every woman should try Lydia THE FRONT
and
r.fl w : represent the present generation of work- women who by taking Lydia E. Pink. Vegetable Compound, \
\ Ingmen. Helping the workman In the ham's Vegetable Compound have write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mostt.: OF THE: _
struggle for existence providing for him escaped serious operations. for advice.
In limes of Industrial depression, these I For thirty years Lydia E. Ptnkham's WALTON :Ir
are matters they: .luavo to the governmentand Margrlta Ryan Treasurer of St. Vegetable Compound has been curingthe THESE ARE OUR

a to the employers of labor. It Is onlyIn Andrew's Society, Indianapolis, Ind., worst forms of female complaints PAT BLOCK PATENT LONG.ROLLER -
f IJ wago disputes that they goad the writes of her cure as follows: all functional troubles inflammation,

MeiU every drat end, third Mondayu/ each and workman secure to him extremes for ,the so as Social to capture Demo- Dear Mrs. PlnkhamI :- ulceration falling and displacement BEARING ,I.''

', month 8 p. m., nh,rl"| | at the. Maaonlc cratlo camp. Rebel believes It his whole cannot rind words to express. my thanks weakness, irregularities indigestionand SHEAVES. I'I'
., Temple. duly to keep together In Its prevent. form for the good! Lydia E. Itnklmm's Yegutable nervous prostration. Any woman e d I'I,
Connnl CCII"ma"tt..r .. .. .... Hurry WINonAdvlxer and with all tho moans at his command Compound did m... The doctor ...1,11 could who could read the many grateful ,I J
LluiitunuiiC . . ..1.IL.Walker, not get; well unions I bad an operation for
wholo Social Democratic letters file in Mrs. Pinkham's .
the office
party ma on
.. . . ..
Hanker II. C. Conkllng the trouble from which I sutr"red. I knew I ,
JCncnirt.. .. .. .. . .... (J I. Mamluvllie' .. chinery. Workmen who put their own could not stand the strain of an operation and would be convinced of the efficiency of
Clerk . .. . . .. .. ... .J L ('"rruth.... trade Interests In the foreground spealt mode up my mind I would be an invalid for her advice and LydIa E. Pinkham's ) ,I I

f Sentry Watolnnuu; ...: ..N. :. ,:.. :., . ::. :. .. :. .r'.1).Wallor kual. ers who economists champion who a practical wlkk out Idea a new political life. hearing bow Lydia E. Phnkham4Ask Vegetable* Compound. H .I.no

r. Director.... . .. . . .. . .. .. .... ..1.1'.w lI.u"f' pru.ramme-al1 these are, from tho very Mrs. Plakham's AdIu-4 Worn;.an Best Understands a Woman's Ills. I
R.It }'ylo. ," H' Norton,
Camp riiyilvlan . .... . . . K.\K!: Itolllu.a llrst. Irritating to him because they ;
occasion a split within the party and mayset ----- - - - - - - -- -- --- - - -- -
III
f' a All vlnltlnu Woodmen, are cordially Invited toatteuil
aside his revolutionary menaces. As
the ineetliiKii." Still Culling on the Uoumu.
colleagues he prefers fanatical writerswith
GRAY HAIRRestored
a fine command of abusive language The most prominent topic: for ducuaslon 1.1 I

"- tfI l} }tt {t to men wtq.e heart' boat warmly In the UiWHlan Liberal press since .p/
to It's Natural Color .
for the workman's cause. .
the czar's abrupt dissolution of the .
In his I1r.> Hnrth. who la free ARMSTRONG'S ORIENTAL
)paper
douuia Is the attitude of the government / -

>- Drawing Power from imrtlHiuslilp; declares tout Soclul- toward freedom of npec, >rh.: the HAIR REJUVENATOR I L(JQO)( ) IL Tj .. t i

i Ism la completely ostracized by the press", and the assembly.\ Premier Stolyplu'a : 1 Is. a harmless compound. that can be MhC
I Of Big Ads. German Imperial, government and the ajr.pllfd AT IIOMK.': lit,
und Intl'lttloltllVol'e
policy
;
members of that party under It bun. PrrventH hair from turning gray
Judged, tit the start/ by all the Liberal hesiores the gray rat liuir to its. natural
i 'Cl ks4A irtirtftirirrl : :: Tho other political parties Ignore them, ,
organs lu the light of his treatment ot color, when applied every second day for tin.N
and the government will not recognize week.
two -,
Ute press. It has recently transpired
them for any grade of public employ An application\ twice or three times. a
that at the time of the dissolution of month will the natural color of R RhIIII
ment. The only way for them to gain preserve Walton-Ymton Patent Roller Bushed Sheave
parliament two ways of escape from unr hair foi a life time. I
Influence In nffulrs of state, he points I' RB
the dilemma of the guv'rllluentVel' One package nllllustu lady one or .
out, U through actual political work In two months; and will lust a (gentleman
discussed at the palace. One proposition
combnation!\ with other powerful elements six nioatliH..
.
In tho l'elchstll was to fall In with the moderate Sent with full directions, postage paid, .

; element of the donniii and appoint n tilal size 10 cents. Regular size ."'O() cent. \I
.y I
II ministry In harmony with It; the other
I _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Tim result of recent examinations WM. J. ARMSTRONG, R '
made In Uunliind/ by various sanitary dissolve the body A ministry acceptable 60 West 92nd Street ,,,

'c. W. 11[. Ostrander!! of Philadelphia authorities makes It quite clear that the to tine moderates would have conciliated Dept. 6 New YorK City.

la ono of the most successful British have no reason to discriminate the peasanta( and for a time at

${', I real estate men in thecountry. against Amorlcaii meat because of allegations least kept( off reaction. .'Fewer Gallonx; Wears Ionger"Fewer

Me sells the dissolution of the don-
propertyfrom Naturally
\
,
against American packers.Nearly rations; takes less of Devoe
Maine to California and ma evoked sharp attacks upon the ministry Lead and ;Tine; than mixed Wears
+ C alt of the largo cities I In England paints.
; I l has built up an enormous business how according to tho reports' of tianltury by 1.1"'I'ul organs and many ofth..m longer; twice ns long as lead and oil
address (
: by advertising- an -
C were suppressed or their publication I
before tho Sphinx club of ofllcers, that the work done lu cunnlnK II I

New' York ho said: factories anti In other places, lu KtisKMuleil| for a period. Some ot

,/i I the lauguagt ot ono of the reports, the papers under the ban merelyctmngtHl ATLANTICCOASTLINEEXCURSION I

"I mil a arm believer In tyar/ their iianici and editors", and
"could not btJ worse. These
\ ail.. 1.11o.U; but thlnwe, reportsare I I I lei.
resumed IlIlbll'u 11011. Loud ilemandsaro ll .
the blir ad. nttract attention signet liy prominent public an- ,
and pruilure an ,Imprr ulysts' In wboui the Itrltlsli people have made tor n new dOli mIl at an early RATES P. a..

..loi. through Its .l.e, confldcnoe and, show date: and the ultimate downfall of the
every they a condition p
.a 1mpr..lon which l. entirely Stolypln ministry. with all It stands for
nod ot things much worso than was FROM: JACKSONVILLE.:
ceparnt apart
from that produced Ity Its charged ono time against the Chicago Is predicted. $33.40 Hot NprlDRH Ark., on sale dally; I eu )

content, fin Imp..lo.r. canneries. One of the London health The Kolch calls. upon the patriots of limit ninety days. ..:_ ... sf I .t.ll
B.
which can be obtained no omccis, lir. I). I. Thomas, charges that tho country to rally around the followIng $17 tJ).") Memphis Tenn., on Hale Oct. 15: I fit I
other war. 16, 17,18 ; limit Oct. 31 extensionto TuL
I programme: ,
aY horse meat Is sold In London for human Nov. :3D.

"Furthermore, the man with consumption.lliu I'flt-No legislation by Irresponsible C,y
G. 110$) Atlanta. Ga. sale
on Oct. 12: and
!1, the biggest ad. gets the credit t possible.bureaucrats; another douma as soon a. 17 ; limit Oot. 23.: Those long Holler Bearing Sheaves which are looked upon as the grej "kip

I > for having the biggest business Ilrltlali Trade Union council by Second.-A ministry representative of $10.35:\ Atlanta Ga. on Bale. Oct. 10, '.>0, antl-frlction roller bearing In the world are without cages to hold tie to T
and for that reason! n pretty the douma '
i I. large percentage of the public practically unanimous vote baa decided Third.-Alienation majority of and private responsible lands to with It. :21, 2-:> ; limit leaving Atlanta Oct. place and therefore are far more durable and run with far less friction that kip,.

r /, will patronize him. They be- lu favor of the nationalization of the fair compensation\ ; as the solution of the 30, extension to Nov 15. old-style cage. The sheave castings are made solid standing: double tin> ttt

deco that the biggest business railroads of Great Britain. Resolutions agrarian problem. $13.W Birmingham, Ala., on dale Oct. the skeleton Iron sheaves once
""
I t"t"t the best otherwise it of this kind a few ;y<'*m ago did not Fourth.. -1'olltlcrtl equality and guarnn. 14, 13 : limit leaving BirminghamOct. Inge
,.4 must bo ; tlle'f..o fiulRce to brliitf the subject Into the :-Jl. I e1.,
would not be the biggest. t !
This paper represents the Constitutional $7.70 Macon, (ia., on sale: :Nov 11-17 Bret

i i The Retailer nnd Advertiser region of practical j' >litlcs, but now Democrats and declares that the Inclusive ; limit Nov.'20:! ,

t says: "A merchant cannot have that there U n stiff contingent of Labor country ban realized the need of a $2..> 5O I St. Louis, Mo., on sale: Oct. 14, THOUSANDS\ OF THEM! SELLING IN THE NEW ENGLAND STA'PJ: ",

too much publicity. It is the members III tho house of commons "douniii ministry" an.11\ constitutional 13 ; limit leaving,; St. Louts, Oct. -For all kinds of businesses' where a Tackle mock Is used-
things are different and the question 20. extension Oct. HO.
f breath of life to merchandising. monarchy.o compromise will be tolerated
'! r Without it a business cannot mny noon become a burning one. 111.! $17.83: Gulf port, J| ISM., on sale :Nov 12,
even In the face of
anarchy 13: ; limit Nov.J8.:/ .
I prow; It cannot even exist. ciiNniou U likely to bo precipitated, and bankruptcy and the total collapse of $10 (00) !New Orleans. La., on sale Oct.

T J With increased publicity comes It will bo watched with Interest In this Ilusslti aa a world 12, 15 ; limit Oct. ;IO, extension to !!

n corresponding -Increase in country. power. Nov 30.Excursion Walton C ft '

II !L growth. And while publicity It Is manifestly unfair In the Cuban rates to other point Self-Locking Block

e 1 continues to expand there la no General Trepan, the most bated of all revolutionists to oft their little Limits, schedules, Pullman. accommo
pull
F danger of reaching a period the Russian. bureaucrats foiled the designs dations and all detailed Information to

when tho business will stop of his enemies game while Ulchard Harding Davis shove or other (mint. cheerfully fur .Atlantio Avenue BOSTON' MASH
numerous by dyingIn ,
growing.: \was tied up"In n political fight and Jim nl.h..ll, "hio..r..1) application" in person
bed of.benrt failure Instead of froui ur by mall, to
Crcrlnian busy! on a new magazine Job. -- - - ---- --- --- --- -- -- -- - --
- -- -- --
A terrorist's bullet or bomb. fly thus FRANK< C. BoYLHTO.f,

x big We advertisers have noticed In this that paper the getting tbo better ot his fore( he earned It Is not likely that the New York District Passenger Agent 138 West Kay flas Stood The Test 2SGrove's Yef

bualne. It the title of the most Rucccssful. Ilusslan. for Street Jacksonville Fla.
Xx do n blrf you man who paid $05.000:; recently a ,
d > would! Increase yours try the ror of his time. ,
-
1J seat on the Stock Exchange would volunteer
same msasaTI to stai'd up and "glv It to a John White & Co.

After all "backward Russia" seems to LOUISVILLE. KT.
to O A A/I:: A OOAAI be the only of lady.. uawu.a.e ne.Tsn.e.e oWQ
country capable producing ... tWeM.

I cetlo In those times the typo of hero Every now and then some representative ..anp4.. ,
f Tasteless T ,
I ; ; JOn PKIXTIVU of. all kind done at Michael Barry had In mind when be of English nobility turns up FURSand Chill Ton

'F v this ofllne, at reasonable rates. Give I wrote, "The fittest place for man to die In dire poverty. Apparently! the American ...Hid..,.. .. ,

vl! usa share of your wort.r U. where he dies for uiau." heiress' I I. becoming more elusive -- No-Cure-No-Pay. 5O cents. eL


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Professional Ortrdli'l. ?f NotIce of !SieeIa1" LRW.rhcg TITUSY1LLE FLORIDA I HOTEL FOR BOYS.

I.. 'mm. 1 .
'''' ')' !: I. Imoruul,, given "r hum Int"nUolI tn Institutionhrro Youitwatrr !MnyIU '

EO. M. BOBBINS, .l" 01',1In' ,, tin t"'jfl.llltllre or lIme State rr > Silt Soiuiorllnic.Qhtotly. u at '
) jut imIa ut lis ,,,,,"h.r o".slnll, III time your 'I ., \
IUll,, tel .i'css. II ."01..1 tor 1e.1 hlw for Ilrevar.1 A Favorite Spot In a Favored with no prol'tulnnry announcement 'I ., :
IATTORN1Y AND COUNSELOR 1"UllllY I'lnrhlt. III .uh.'all"O r..llo"o ; -
no
tn! > rvixl hotel tor h.t.v. In 0. '
.
A II A.t 0111. Ill. ... ''III Act, tll uuutimlae flue '1Inr,1 Secton-The Famous East 'I I 1
AT.LAW. nl eUllllt) C 'mni1micbimmr. or Urev..rd CutllltV r'w'ol'lt city mvntly ('iiuu Into exIsttMuv -
I.Im'riIu to '''"'V' mmmi a.htlU,1. to.x..r t'i .1111I. Coast of Florida. lIud'I'! the mllllll .'ml"lIt of MlsnMnry \ 4 I 0 sI .
In State and United States e.eh your. rur Iwo .1'".... r"r he r..o. of ..u... , I
.practice) lilac IIIl1rllmor In IlIIlId i lIurel nurfu'o ructls In I.iiUllmv) I'roudfiHit. momlier of n V .

Court. amulul hue ooummmy.It "ete,1 hy tIme 'IIMI.turo or the State ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. well known family. I ,

Office lit TiTusvitLK< FLA. or 'I..rhl". : it Juis today claht: piitroux. proud 1 ".
t4m'vtfm" I 1- '! alul"I l h" tim,. ''"ty"f the '""".' tor J'ouuj: lollowH, who II 1'1' olllco h.>ys, I '
I'omiimty I"'mlmummlcalmmura' "f Uievnnl County Klor- Thrs -
DEN 1,1mm. mm"ollihe I'1" '" thennir i.no or Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise mi'HNeiiRtM'M mid t lii' lilt!' IliroiiKliovitNow I
GAU !
v L. ,,i.in !....UtI.' ''"* """""' liy '""lorlry of tho n.K.u.nS Down this Far-famed River.FlnelFlahtngr : York nml tlu'r la room t'.ir "ixmoro. need not t ,
J. l v"'r. a'hum uio lr.,vlinil"r.. of Bai.Vilii .
ATTOUNET-AT-LAW ". iVl ltsl"r'111'' for B" 1.1111"111 lmmy or twu and,; Hunting l-'or tbosp ..vnrnuotoH tlureuro beecold i' ,'-,
,. 7irr"'h '*""'. 'I"r two y'pllr.- t"r the I BO tunny niipllfiitloiit that ut theOflhuim't mm" foom in the I I"J "
in all the Courts of the HtateKlnrlcla 1'1'1'. n !" '""','"'"fry t.. l.uil.l I 'Imnl .11,r.M Tie town of Tltutvllto Is situated OB .
VIII practice .. rmllziHl hilt Urjtor otnl -
I".hho.1.. ,tIt chill, ,,"...tv. to low it tax It l h. II houM If you own J
,and the United States Court. l two mmml lie O4uliyo.tr. lur twit "'eur.. the Florida Bast Couat Railway 154 llxlitiu'iit in net I In. rimis suit. nml tor suoUa i PERFECTION Oil
TITU9VILLK, VIA. III o"hl' o"unt-v .'""'t.,,a),v law 'i; taxi. L4 a
.23S. i'ir"ffi::! miles south of Jacksonville. 145 mil** iniuU1ThiMc .
Bo I
.1'1 '' t.u '".. "lllI'r tllX" r<"l1"I rod IJY lh\'I' hero I In sonrcli' ln-lui!; Heater. This ii an oil ..
law tim he"livwV" north' of Palm Beach a ad 212 nzileuenort.ii U tiolhliiit of ('hlll.It). nliout I thepstiibllKliinont. 1 a
7e'y or mill taco ) heatcf that f' vei sat ufaction
provlilm,
luS'T ? iT'1
-4' J. WEBB, ' i 1>ei'." '1" 'by the cmiii I Uoanl, o| ('OIl"tV1'1111I" of Mlajiil. The Tltuavllle branch Kuril: 0110 piiyn not'ordIIIM wherever uiej. Prodjcei intense
m.climimra "t t 1I"lImA l reiiiroil' hy law for of the defunct Jacksonville. Tampa & ;: to IU iiH-MiiH. mill 1 thut gives him u
the levy "' ""Imur tnxiw, nil lie 1 smoke ttnell because it is
"iiity mm m I ; hc.it without or
ATTORNEY.AT.LAW111 r.'I"t.,1. "y 'I"w f"r tllu lovy "r ."tlle Key West Railroad now controlled by tlio |>rlvlloKi> of ha V lug h'si! own rojui.hlH .
of ""i.mity taco. with l>lll.V filltt: >- equipped whit imokctesl device-no trouble,
In the Courts the 7th Co. OWII pOSHOHslollM.
\\ \ practice the Florida East Coast Railway I I
4111 II. (.. llAi" M>KN. around dom
mill ,"lor.I Easily carried room
non-residents voiuliu-t o
rouit. Taxes paid for also runs into the twn-Ihb. being th* i Ktrk'tloiin of Koiul no danger.
(d rent and accounts collected.rinVI1.LK . branch. There dor tl a contlnno I him on I thu hotel IVKIMter. to room. You cannot turn the wick too high I
terminal point of that
ApplU'ution. for Ttiv lot> FLOJUI>A. or
. are several truing arriving dally from :, .
time
Miss| lroiulfoot U the iiltnv of Urop. The I
at a
Cutler Sue. 8 <>r t ha I'. times, Laws of Flnrlilit. Jacksonville and Sanford during the lute hi rim. Mnry I.ii kiimtv! \\ h> ilurliiir! .

IE MINGS & ANDREWS, "'., I..rr'b: 1* "fc-UKHY lIVEN TH\T II. K: eaaon. her life ,votpil muoh of ln.>r "",-"n.. to ,

: 1. \\'lIile. limvlmwr or Tic, IVrilllrulo :No As the county seat of Qrevard county tlu ii'l9lmuc'Or, ; li,>y... Slu ivtil'llslioiltbi \ PERFECTION Oil Heater' I \
141.' 'rtiMl'' tIme tut slay ..r AllKilot, A. II. .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LA\V, I'm.. .... thou. Hitin owilllriiM In my ollloe ..",1 It has a court-'louse and a modern KlKlith! Wanl inlHKloii. n lu're tin1 ,

FORT PIKKCK FLA."TKt'IIKN' him liiaili a wite|>|>llmtlon law. 8iil for tax coirltlniui ilw.l. to wmlirni-i.INHIIR iai'minliMire Jail building; with rarely over two or 1 )j'ouiitfHtoravcn/ .vlii<*nti>il mid trnlueil (Equipped with Smokeless Device.) \

the folliiwliiu; tIemm.'rmlmeut priiiiurty ultuatuil Ii" three Inmatee. The population la over and nfti>r tier ell'lIlh MHM| rroudfoot -nickel
Jim evarui ooiiutv, Klorliln i : tm.vlt:I : Ilfnesa doc. ooutliiupiltliM work U an ornament to the home. It Is I made In I two finishes- J Jand t
1000. Is so rare. that one Holds \
North > erobotsJ.
beautifully
"' E. FOSTER, 'Snf fontltwimt ? tluctlon! 12, Town japan. Bras oil fount
Hlihi 'J7 Hitntli Itanttu: KIU.C.:' tor In town finds ample time to act as Knrh your thoro como from orplinnniton 4 ol oil and burnt 9 hour Every heater warranled. i .
) FIle Hiilil lanil aanenneil nt the iliito of Ilia to quart
Jiciuir of
ATTOHNEY- T- .AW.JyalUpohurch iKHiiaiii-eofiiiii-licuitiilfatHlii, the name of J. II Justice o.>f the Peace and Notary; Public nml itMjlfim mi army' boy Do not be satisfied with anything: but a PERFECTION Oil I eater. '

ii. nmltli. I'nltwM I nalil utrtltlinto nlutll. I Im reilHumoil besides attending to his mt'dlcalpractlco New; York 'riipsi rniiKu from twelve If cannot get Heater or information from your dealer write j
you :
Building .;az. Hccoriliiin to Inw, tax iliwil. will Inmie to fourtpou Jour of n\: .,. utid tlu.), iro to nearest for descriptive circular. I
tliiircnti on the ttl day of :Novwinlmr; A. l>., rnw' ; while the other rinds time to agency .
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. \\ I Irnvsii. my ollli-lnl .l|gum mire uiul noil) thin the to work at a WIIKQ Hint would not nveniRo ___ _.- .-- .,, I ITbe
Bth il.iy nf lii-toliur, A. U I'Kitl.' ) go hunting. more tlinu $::1. I If Unit. 'l'hoyunuist make. the home "I''
[t't.r. "al A. A. ST"WAItTt Here la virtually the bead of the Indian rL Ia the sales --- .
lorn..wh.'rt11111 UHimlly they
CHuru) Circuit I Court Hrovnr.l <'.. a. ll\o amp bright. '
o A. ((3TKWAKT, 7.. lIy 0. A.STKWAitr, u.t;. River, and the favorite point for RO to n corner( of n tt-niMiipnt room and best lamp for _ 'I

FIIIE INStJRA CE. fitting out and starting of numerous TUlM kind of h",'" nre woloonit'd tile all-round household use. Gives a clear, steady light. tilted T t i

cruising parties during our balmy win. BO ''' Imtcl. Kuril U oxriwtpd to put a with lo\tC8llmproved burner. M.\de of brass throughout and .
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AI|>i>llcntlr for Tax l >oo l.Uniliir ) warranted Suitable for library,
: Represents only strong and reliable ter months ; as everything necessary to certain ainonnt Into the householdtun.l nickel pUled. Every lamp dealer's write to nearest .
If not at
parlor. your
companies.Ofllco comfortably equip a pleasure yacit, l. nnd It
corner Palm and Pine SteotM.TITuvIrLE Sao g of Cliiip. 4KHH tjiwa of Klorlila, can here be obtained at the most reasonable It I... Hi'I U nllowed to keep enoiiKh of agency. STANDARD OIL COMPANY. inor.orai ,1mm

H! IIKHEHY f1I VEX 1'11.\ n. ;iclilta. ">" -_ I
l FI.OBIDA lorlbo prices. This Is evidenced by Ills wit-INI to i-over HPfCHHiiry O\IH'IIH .-_ -
r \\ iiiirrliiuwr of Tax CertitlcKttt NoU. -- -
liiolileiituln.
.', ilutml thorn.day of An [imt.A.U. 1'KrtIIIM the fact that the same parties have 1111<111 little III iKlilltlou for I .K.STAHI.ISIIKI 1 ) Jsv.lT. : ;.-
HlnilDiilil, 1 vortillfate In my ullli'e amid Inn. I'
m.ulo Hpplli'atlon. lor tax ilmul. to UMIIH In "tuionrilnni'u been coming herd annually for many ;,
GENERAL DIRECTORY. '' with Inw. Said < ,
fol lowing mh'mmumrllut prunurcy! Bltnatuil l IiKrovanl
U. s. SENATORS.: connry, Klorlila, towltiHouthliof I any other point along the East lit ,
Mlnem
,I I.P. I'.iliHfiirro....." .. .... .... '"...lai-Vftonvlll. Hontliweiit l't. 8i)0tlon. 12, Town. Coast. Itciiinrknbli n..r, U.Ii of OC>:I'11Jn.:1ss:1c: : : : >:J:1.:: :lcX1O13.tLL-1t: : ;. 1 l
. .. .... .. .. ..... .renaauol shin ::17 tlu"th. Hanito 87 BaM: Iliirnii % Inln *
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It. .Mallory : Thu ..al.II"1 I liolnit a'. .Helat the.. date fir tile To the southeast of Tltusvllle Is tie: When the night shift of tlu> Johnny 13(1( Kiisi:' liny' inul 11 1 iir.il i Atlantic Wliaif CM; I A KUCSTO.Y:\ :" S. (lRESl' \
U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.IrankClnrk iHmi.ince of mirh cvrtltleau In tim natno ol '

..... ........... .... .,.Luk8Clty. Unknown. I'nlota HUM certificate Hliall will h".rilaemeil wide sweep of salt water bay (about Tinvln inlin1. t\\i'lv' miles from Hut'iiiiVlstu.
anoonllnu to law tax (hued l iuthnreon six miles in width) formed by the wa. othor I
h ffm M.Huirknian:II,| Lamar. ::::..::.::::..::::::. :::'MontluelU. .. .;Tamp,: Witnesa on myolllclal the Mil day alirnatiire of .Vuveiiitx-r: anil soul, AH.this!'the.">. ters of the famous ,Indian River. Here night. they Coin..found entered tlinvliul tlni Mhnft blowliiR tin a :c"P'tJJ.r.Y! I'\nr.lCl'r YOIM i I 1II1'I I IK'iT-i: : OK I ; '

s. LAND OFFICE.II nth ilav of (>i tolior, A. 11. lum fishing wild duck shooting sailing! Kiilo from till> mouth of tlio sluift. lluopp ,

I. 8. rinihh, ., ....... . ........ .... ....Keirl. r. (ICt.Ut.:lorkClronlcCiinrtof Seal] llrevunl\. A. S PK< :iiiinty.WART.Florida and rowing can be Indulged In to the lamp"'I'rn: of no nm" 110 lantprni :
\\.11. Kiililnnon.... . .. .. . '...UeculveOlllces r. TJ By 0). A 1'IWAln\.lJ! Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples ;

EXECUTIVE at laincsvllle DEPARTMENT., Florida. sportsman.heart's content of toe most fastidious with wero !proi'iirpd miii-h trpplilatlon nnd the, mlnora Biiyn a pntprod Iluoim ,;


apoluon" II. Hrowanl. ..., . .. .... ....novel noI. On the ocean begch, nearly in a Direct Vista dlxpittfli.WliPH I In ..1111'1,11111| |> tit IIH >nn linvn time sittlafaolloii' <>f knout lug limit you aio. lciillng {t'

I.v.V.:Clay Knott Crawford.....:::.:::.':::Secretary. .... ..Treasure of Htat : Low line east of Tltusvllle Is Canaver.al tlio bottom wtm rpiu-ht-d they with I one ul t lie oldest! mm nil moat 5 elI\ahl Ie ommimi mum|ash. |"II limiHim In I ClinrleHtnn.WHAT I

\.B. Kills: .. ..... . .. . ...Attorneylenera. surrounded by over 10 :>00 found tlint It lind lltprully IIPIMI idiot out
MontnC. Croom'.. . ... .... ...CninntrolloE. Club. nnd that they wore In n l.irico' euro tlilrty .
, MrLIn;. .... .. :CommHHlorier Agriculture| : < : acres of land. This property Is ownedby oiru Hiiiri'Kics IIAVK TO( SAVK. -
\u'. %I Hnllnwa... ....Supt. 1'.1>110 IiiHtruetloi. feet ncroMH and flllid) with stnliiKm -
some of the most prominent and wonderfullioauty K. M, ItAVNAItll, Anlniriiilwlii, Klit.Sitlen . mm
Clifford It. Fotar..Adjuitant.eueral lies nnd ntnlactlteM! of :.111. IIOWAKO. tlimlH, Klrt.lentlumwn ''I
>hn Hrailfonl( ,. . ..... .... .... ,rvecr44enerlLt. RatesVIA. wealthy residents of Boston, who come nntlnfuctory; think tho beat .
: K. Rooe. .. ........ ........ .. .state (CllemU nnd sl7.p. ( :-A great, iniiny gi o" elmS have. received very vi
.nmltAm'n ..... .. .... . ..State Examine. south to bunt every winter. The wivern linn IIPOII! explored for 21)0( bolleve that better rimiilm cnn ha lind 1 till NUKHOII.H. .

UlUces at Tallahassee) Florida. The cool refreshing health.\vlnc.\ feet It dPc-rpiiHPw Kllfchtly In size at by whipping their K"1'' oinnuow noilli and T, MIIITNALI.. Avon I'Mrk, Kin.' i.1

FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.M. ozone-laden breezes wafted across from the point wliprit the pxplorlng utopptvl. >oor triilt aoui) It. I have oaiefully. noiected SaliiM very IIIl1tl.rllolUry.'flil have clone l''

Miami.... .... ... ...SenatnK | bout I did situ
HuiUon broad bay ontslilo entrnm'n U smuttlotitmtcol and Hlilppnd you my very your part; am scurry tlutt not ) I ,
.Olaisteail, Fort PIerCe .. .Reprosentativi the Atlantic Ocean.and the That It him nil mm
to run oration, sn.llt given me plonmiro to any' nil my ornnKe to you.
It I'
of the most enjoyable featuresof nlthoiiKli npppiirM
SUPREME!: COURT.JUDGES SouthernRailway are one Into time tipnrt of tho mountain. thut your cafes. wero funnily HH pood! cud ( Eub. \\', Unl.M KS, I". it., .>ltIl.I..>., ...1.. \ '
.IH.Mihry .. ... .. . . ...Chief Justin. this phenomen.a1Iocatlon. straight lu I liiHtttnccit,, b"tu. 'r than I lie bent '
garter . .. .. . .. .AkBoclHte JiMtiui. is of primeval A large stream of water pun )plnlnly many h111I""Ht\ h. Iii Your Hiiloit are "more than mttUfuotory.Tliunk .
.. .. There a large area iiir received iron non
F.Tsrlor .. .. .. ... .... ituuiiiKcnicnt Uieywill m yon ever no tniirli for your uxcel-
forest and prairie land beyond the ho henrd. Tho IIIIY > 'iclnle your protnptnnH and pli'iimint I 1
| l dine IInol
lent s at mu ins. You linve) ).
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.rirwmn : !: thoroughly explore time cnv,,. fuisineplmS reiitloim, nnd take pleaxuro In I II.

II. llrowno, ch.ilrman,. ...Key Wes northern, southern and western boundaries rccuttimondlnit. I I Irlf nil to Hhlp to your ;\' I.t C'llKHTK.II.MI.iiKi4.lln: ... F'... mm
l I.HiulMin Hnrr .... . . .. .. ....Little Rive. of Tltusvllle, awaiting the ad. my ,
ob- mm
; M. liryami. .. . .... ...... ..KIsHlnune. MUST KNOW LAWTO"SHINE" IIOIIHII.O. We thank you for your guumd! prices \
.C. Dunn clerk . .. .... .. .. ... I."I.nn.HoaI'lu..rlen vent of the thrifty; settler to till the t al nml tbU. aniiHon and prompt returuM.Ifoiu .
and olllnes Tallaha riu. K.: FHANKI.IN. iti.t.'e| | Kin.lentlemen ,
at s" e Fertile soil, which now abounds tn ..millCifurii | to continue shipping| another year.
1I..t..n'. llont hlilckn to Take a Biili-H have hC'etlvorY.lltl"fIlOI"I'Y.
Vonr
CIRCUIT COU11T.HinirR. $44 03; Detroit, Mich., and return. game. Here can be found quail, tur. ,.. llniillrr ( :- Yon 'have netted. me \v, II. rilKHNO.V.: Cllxi.lli "'I.. (

)l.Jnneii.Jones, Orlando Tltusvllle. ... .Proneoutlmr.... .. .Circuit Attorney JuilRi>.. Tickets cold dally; limited Oct. ;.II) key and Jeer hunting to suit tie:: most i I Itonton. bootblacKK; iniiHt lirrouftor more mnnuy for my nlilpm. nti than any Your smiles. listen b..un very R"U fllctory. < ti

JlirlnitTerm-Fourth Monday In March. 100(1.( ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle holY, thump PiirmnrkH of IpiirnliiK.1 uccortlln otht-r IIOUKH that I I have sill plmtmui to. I We appreciate' your 1(00"! work and t

Fall I rm, -Fourtli Monday in October. $;;1.10 Saratoga Springs, X. Y., and I'e- has shelled street, electric ; to a RllI'dnlllIllIItdl to tho Now appreciate your |roniptnon ami ho|>', to prompt tutu rims. Hope ti> du a good I t '- mmimusinosus
IIREVARD COUNTY COURT. aold IImltc,1Oct. bnnliieHM' next' Hemnn.. with you next y< Tickets dally do large
turn. ; reliable bank several fine York '\'orhl."III'ly; all bootblacks nronilnorn n
f, Wilson.. .. ....... .... .... County JmlK. this; light*. a '
f.'.1.. wil'ton,. ... . . . ,I'ruaenutlnK Attorney. fl, brick stores. a Board of Trade five and tlio Holiool board recentlyruled . . - -- . --- .- - ,
.A..8ewart-' ... .. ... . ..CoiintyClerl $.):I.U;; Lake George X, Y., and return. white churches large finherle' a tanning tlint iiiuli-r MiiHHachuxettx laws ---- - - -- ''J .-

Bunmier Hprlnn I'nrm Term--Second Souond!\ronday Monday In In May.August. i'' Tickets sold daily; limited Oct. 31 l, extract and palmetto fibre factory, the Hhlnors must know the law. In order Mason M. Clark Co. 1 ;

Mil Turin' -Senond Monday In November. 'I ll'OU. to get a license each bootblack. t .
Winter Term-Heuonil Monday In Kcbruar). an Ice factory, :law and real estate offices .
$ 18.0(>.-> Niagara .Falls, N. Y., aD'1're house a wellorganizedband must under the elod..loll.l write out ld" t tIll
an opera
: COUNTY SCHOOL JIOAKO. turn. Tickets Hold dally; limited Interpret a tloit of the IItnt&'s lIcense
R. Wilker! shooting club a large Commission Merchants
Smmlmorlmtendent..Tt.villeeIuuIer.E
Oct. :31) 1110tJ.!> ( an armory law sign It. and show that he un.lc>r. t '
II. Arnold Malabar; H. R. MlmiHnnavanture and comfortable hotel. overlooking the
alit, the boyH
CMrIertrurnbull.COUNTY Htnniln what It iiiennH. To
J. A. Canada nod retinn.
; $5.'I.'IO: : : Toronto NEW YOIlrT.
besides number of boardlngi II
a
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COMMISSIONERS. Tickets sold dully' ; Halted' Oct. bay sample I Interpretation aro provldeil.Tho ) MURRAY STKKKT

.7ii'C2jklln i chairman Tlllman; Wm. U. :Ill, 1110(1.( houses in various parts of the town. ruling aNo nlTectM nl'\VRh01' I

"er.Tltusvllle; ; John R. Allot Inillanolavuig ; The facts as presented should havea A scattering of the flroeks, who have
I p. """t"ni Cocoa j T. J. (Jorluhutt; L*. 44. 73: Atlantic City:: N. J., anti return. attention of tho boot tV
i
< *. Tickets sold daily; limited Oct. 31, tendency to direct the boen almost nionoimllzInK Tomatoes Potatoes ;

,,Rmmgular'. e slons are held Hr.t Monday In eacbmutt. v.icm.) many prospective visitors to our cosy black trnilo lu tho'Atheim of America Pineapples ,

BREVARD COUJfTY OFFICERS. town, In making their plans for the I.. now expe> -ted.Clmmi ,
and return.
l.)2.75; : Newport, I U. I.,
D. """"y.Tltimville ..... .County Jn'lga
;
t L. (laumuilumu, Tltusvlllai; ..... .... l'r.. Att j. Ticket sold dally; limited Oct. winter.We Masonic Hall In >nirn'' Por it Ilulp Wnnli.Women ", UKANS: ANI) ALT. KI.OKIDA VKOKTAW.EH OUR HPECIALTY.P. .
'A-MM7MtlT'L."vlIe-' ) ... .. .County Clerk. 31, 1H!) I.M7 have a fine that clmmpatrno .
discovered .
nS"1 "" OaIlje.'lax AsoeimiiiIhn'i where Indian River Lodge have __ I
LW IfulI.i '" vllle. . .. .. . ..Tax collect'R.iS' : 00 Washington, D. C., arid return. Tltusvllle, though an expeiiHlvu hair wash, -
' '"'""vllle, ., ... . ..... ,..Treasurerin On tale dally; limited Oct.31, 11KM) No. 00, F. & A. M., Indian River Chap. hair and lint the
Ht'i ..... ,gives tienuty to the '
vllle.
( .Superintendenti Masons Friendship & Co.
i i.vi,eo. 'J'UnMVtlle! ,. . . ..County Surveyor.. $ft.fti: Chlc\z; III., and return. On ter Royal Arch ndvnntngo of being much less Injurious Ruhlmaaa: c .

1 8.Norwood!.WII. .fILII.vllle., TltinvYlie"Repiitratli>.nOmcei Mrnrilf\ dale daily ; limited Oct. 31, I'.KI'I.' Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star:. than even the driest of Frpix-li dyes, to .

and Titusvllle Camp No. 141 Woodmen wlilch many women resort when they 201 Waalilnitton .St. I l NEW YOItK.im '
TrfUSVILLIt TOWN COUNCIL, '"..""nei and Ticket OiUceIPS of the World meet regularly. the Street. X. Y. :
11.5. find thuniNclvcM growing gray, Hiiyn Murray J
WII.on J. N. WaIler, manl.al 743.
mayor St.I'hone
; W. Bay .
"i tuix COIlOCIoF; J. H. Knnln, clerk and treiJu.rmmrJuhm The East Toast Advocate Is pub- r\ York Prod Other society woml'lIIlIn'u 1' t

; Henry, tax ainegsor t). A. Siewart Friday morning and by a realized thut brightly colored hair
.E.itulliu I ? istied
>. ; "'! L. Br ''y. I). ll. FHtchanl am JAMES FREEMAN every :
rut 8 Ti""'2:''ay'"tr*each alulOrman month.The council m..teTITI'SVILUIOARD ]District Passenger Agent. glance through Its advertising column makeR nn old face look even 11'V by Oranges Pineapples
and. that hair inn ken nyouug
you can easily see who are the prominent contrast griiy I
OF TaU>!!:. who face look younger still Thnow ,
0. merchants of our town-men .
M. A"11,1'11"1! President I .'. M. Dixon trea.. Land For Stile. Potter Palmerwnft I IWe
Hade of Mm.
County hair
white
liay ft, l.nVrt V1 Iuataeereta,.. Meeteauconmi Wed. are up-to-date citizens, and who are Attraction awl and Flo-Ida Fruits Our Specialty. t ;
In each month at their rooms.ferSD Read the always tier chief ,
for patronage.
asking your Mm.! John Jacob Astor'n !beautiful nil- arid wish to ,\:
;:?""? ""Mt wholmalu and mat' For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof ada. on every' page .very carefully. very gray; Imlr makes n bewitchingframe teiiresont Mee)1II' of tlm largest chillers In your State, reprenen l

'Ujls.I -lint,asolotant and aljnlohllr manoler territory.(man nr "man Salary) aoiitheant. quarter of aectlon 3, towc-: Sample copies of the Advocate, will for her flue features and delicate al"o. (live .u.. a trial blpment.. K.lalilUli"d I 30( yearn. mm '

uIrUIey1mmn,0'OfloOll ,, (.nhl weekly I axpenee nmoney ship 38, south of range 41 eaut;( clone to be sent, free, to any part of Canadaand eolorlnj. Now another of time young you

.' 1 lflVo.tmut'1. Work"r pleaaant axperlellca; po.ltl"D.fjlllrel.permanent.Spare O. K. Wood'a pineapple plantation on the United States upon appllcaion. women, Mrs! ('orll llull Vunderbllt, Jr., ----- -

"Un.me mmli! .L I .". Write' at once for fufll.artlollian 8t Lucie River; 40 acres. bids fair to have hair as pray In a
.I'.adolre..d' .
(.e" i nr.il: Manager, 134: E.envelope Lake St.,AdmIred Chicago., Also, the northeast quarter or northeast The Tltuavllla Graded IIlK" School short time for It U turning rapidly In FREET0TfRUPTURED
to '
-- -- quarter of section 18, township 38, has an eQlclent corpse of teacher, all of tint, nail aim' fins It trwited dally
111- bare It become tile silvery color that N .
ak'4' tenchera' cert
south of range 41 cant; on south fork of whom hold flrnt-grade I'

dates and hall a school term of eight prettiest. .. .. "
St. Lucle IJIver; 40 acrell.pplJ' to _ _ _ _ ----- ---- -- ---- -
month Here the children are given
WALTON : ecl .lliit la iirlnc rupture( I hare cured thounnnd uponlioiidundii >
CHAS IF. nSi'actlon free, anti prepared for col- A New llrcl.The Yafi't: yearn BH A |> I Ihoimanda of c."el of clangeroums -
of all kind Literally
of
Tltusvllle Pla.II flgiuie coumeii, under good moral con- India rubber heel has taken n of C"11I rupture llnif nnd lr..nollncellncllrnbl" have been permanently : I
ruptuie. of long Mnri<
Itlons and asaocUtlon. urther development., Tho- latest novelty cured: by my ulni;.lw Method.: It In a cure that IItR,. cured and clue. away whim Ii

.......................... In this direction I I.* n thick piece flf i trusses forever Thtu";io 'Wound liriilM s 1\11f1| Hum India rubber tietween tin upper and send a FREE rniAl. treatmanf and fornpletn demonstration In any ruptnrr porsonIthur.l mm

.. lower layer of leather on the heel, 110 .. one cent. Y. n can cur youroelf rljtlit In your own In'me, without. it dan mm
"." a)'1.1<1 of qunntlty.n Ty In ln or
d"nll..r
II T'lli-r pliinn! that the actual heel doon not come goof 01'" irirlaal 1.imerauli.lJ|' |i ,
: .. nt i u wiinniln, hriilHe. burn and like Injuries but snakes ncuiitilon that, ton *c"I't thin corn..IcIl"I"l free! olTcr and write me nnor, lo not send anyn.nev. mm
ground
with the
t-o.. 'hey I.he.. ImPV'a before lnH mmnti.n aet4 In, they may be contact and full ilemonBtrillon me almoluiely free I |iaea
tilal trrnttnt-nt
\I" .,1.1d SAMPLE: foot and the leather The
" ,' ..m.c.r : ? YOU RECEIVE A healed l without maturation And In about lietwren the tdiU Mini In cuilrifc few mine Ihonimnd cane of ni|'tnie. CinInK rupture\ I.

..Ananiil" , 1, i u*. 1'\J'>F.H: : one third the time required by time old heel, nay Home Chut. Till Invention expwilment' wlfli me, lOll mv 2.; years of actual rx|>mlvnne In curlmr many
THIS
not no
o ailapp' '"m : COPY OF treatmrnt Thin l.. Ib. KreaKmt discovery In inld ti> d. away with the InRe' will ,t.... \Vilie for the Free Tieutment, and Full !Demon
l f )
M FE tl>oimr.n< r> cot.i' .
R
RY
CO.. Detroit. Mich. : -IT IS 'l'dJ.E'r $ and triumph of riiotlmn nurirery. Chamberlain' rurlty on slippery ground. which Is one raiSon iivd.iy. suiT you will' fnr v.,r bleu the day I tint joti first heard tif till) RIce mm

... I i'aln Ilalrn ads' on thin same ,drawback: to the ordinary ittluteec.
.... of tty? principal i'erfect nIl|,1111 e Cure.
yOU K OTHAT principle. It I I.. an antUvpllo and when rubber liecl. Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RICE.

applied to such Inforien, cauxeii them to 31r Main 8tn ADAM.S: X. V. _ _
IELP is OFFEREDOWOJ.TIY t WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO J heal very quickly It also allays the
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Manorial Flaga.Ale k
and .. danger I'
: pain and soreness pr eoi any -
YOUNG PEOPLEall 2 BECOME A dUBSCRI EU. of blood poisoning Keep a> bottleof a. pajama play H now on at ADVOCATEk

,II., rfl1ut. yoanff ffnonm, no matter .. 4 pain Balm In your home and It will one of the London theater the next 1 SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE

,tu u rmrmnm n businou or uotlon.trminintf l and, who good%l._.h to- .. ave you time and moner..oot to men company registered .boo Id! be "Night

". half-rot tion the Inconvenience and suffering dre ... Ltd" nay the London Outfitter.
.t JOB .
lAflfeml-nntsiu rrolmt la f Mac i i such injuries 'entail. For Male by All Abo boW' long; must we wait for "Sun . FOR ALL KINDS OF
lJon'delay. WrittoAy.vvA.a. .
We Dealers.
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; f JAMES. PBITCHABD. President; W t.fM. BBOWl'r.' ?VlcOoPre lde 1.
GEN. Mounts SCHAFK has
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. just recovered
WINSTON S. BBANNING, Cashier.'
for the family of a brave

PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT.Ent soldier of the civil war.hW.ho fell in
the fighting before Richmond, his INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
: t the r"nti>fll<,.>.lit Tltu.villeFlorlda, ,',
S
commission in
ae "seomul"clas matter as captain an engineer ,
corps. This commission is
COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
CHABLK8 H. WALTOH, Editor A PublisherWIBK1.V ,' dated July 7, 1864, and is of rare
--- interest and value front the signatures Authorized capital, $ t oOeoo
JOUB 4t DBVOTBD TO Tat DBTBLontBBT Paid up capital -. $25,000
I which it bears of Abraham
+ or Tar iwnUw LIVE, IABBWOUTIIiBD Average deposits, $200,000
I Lincoln and K. M. Stanton, Lin.coin's O
1 NIOAVN..Ara.Or1Oae. signature being particularly

distinct. The document foundIn Transacts a General Banking
I DI ni>ntlnuanM of advt. mimt be made per was
natty at this oflloa or by writliig.Otiaok England, and the dealer whoa '

held it, with great generosity refused Business.
,atn.,may t".merle payable to CHABXB

.. WALTOM,,pulillnlier.HT to take more for it, when he Powder
heard the romantic story surround Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
In writlnft to tile ADVOCATE for Inform
''t lion ok 'ny hltiil,tlmwrltur will oliliKa byanoliwa. ing it, than he had paid for it. It Exchange bought and !sold on all Foreign
5 hI a itjiiii|>uil-a. 0i4d. envelope.M Countrlel.Patronage .
will take its
'i heirloom.now place as a family ABSOLUTELY PURE

Address all oomrounioattonii! ; appreciated. Prompt service pain
EAST COAST 'V'ATE. treatment and every favor eon,lRtent with COL
--- - -- --
I \ TI.ru..ILL.BLOUD. ervauve banking granted.CORREBrONDENTa1 .
AMONO the ancients the form of Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from

I U. 8. Department of Agriculture the horseshoe was much favorecus grapes, refined to absolute purity, is, the active! Empire Trust Company, New York, N Y
S The Florida National :Hank of Jacksonville,
having lucky or preserving pow.
Weather liureuii of of Royal Baking Jacksonville Fla..rJTUS''ILI .
I '. -Jupiter, Fla ers. Ornaments were shaped in principle every .pound '
this crescent form to drive away Powder. I E. FL.A.....

,, The of following temperature is a comparative and rainfall for statement tb the evil spirits The Chinese build Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder

I week ending Tuesday, Oct. I 0, lOOt! their tombs in this form and tbe
-10011- -1IMJ5)/ Moors use it in their architecture. renders the food remarkable both for its fine About that line of .

i DATK. MAX MIN'. MAX. MIN, flavor and healthfulness. Y rT F
3 DO 711 85 78
r f', 4 8.1 73: H6/ 711I Letter to F.. C. Mraimlng.Tituavitle .
5 I 81 77 85 78 / !/9u No alum, no phosphate-which are the -*KEEN KUTTER GOODS-
I (II I 111) 78 enHO 7S/ principal elements of the so-caUedcheap
7 H5' 717H 72 Dear Sir: If we sell Devoe to paint
I 8 80 8ft 71 you town your road won't have BO baking powders-and which are derived
u I 815 74 83: 71 much freight to handle. from bones rock and sulphuric acid. They can't be beat
Total rainfall for the week: ..1I2lnohelI It takes 10 gallons to paint a blr-e'ze ,
I '. Departure from normal rainfall for tbe house, and that house won't want paintIng g
weuk: minus 2.01 Inches. Depa ure again for I 5 or 10 years. Thai's true = Sold
from normal rainfall since January,' In a way; but people, you know lather by
I plus 10.j() :)( Inches. like fresh paint, and they paint for nothIng ROYAL" BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK.<

i' HAL. p, HARDIN Official in but looks sometimes. . . --
charge. -- -- -- -- ---- - ---- --
That house would take 12 gallons
.. -. ,_ .. .- -- . of almost any other paint than or Devoo WHAT FLORIDA OFFERS.. Individual taste and Inclination an JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,
and would have to be painted again In served
'. ONE OF THE AMENDMENTS. At tbe time Florida offers
half that time. Ten is present ex
years a very longtime TITUSVILLE, FLA.
What hits Florida to offer to the eettleif -
cellent opportunities for investment 1 IE
for a paint to wear; and fire Isn't
During the present discussion short. Thin t U a question that Is often almost any kind of sensible enterprise,, .
Which makes the most freight; a 10 or BIlked, and a ready answer cannot be agricultural; or manufacturing. Along/ TXTUS"VXLLE :r..a.: juX Y ST.A.I3LE:
on the amendments to be voted on the Bust Coast especially are advantagesthat v
20-gallon paint! 6 or 10 year paint But given. Out of the great variety of re-
i, 'S S November Oth, our people should the ID-gallon paint Is the 10-year paint; cannot long be Ignored.; While this }
+ '" the and the 20 lathe 0- sources which the I'enlnBular State pow State has for many years catered to the 'I""
not forget to note carefully paint; gallon paint ''i '
1 FEED AND
It IB difficult choose for SALE
I IOBBOS to one a tourist to the neglect of almost SADDLE HORSES |
everything
Which makes the
/ second amendment in the list and year paint. most
leader. The reply sometimes comes In also, the wonderful resources were
"
freight'
,Sl known as "Amendment to Section Ask paint-dealer which he'd the form of another question "What I If lost to view. Only within recent years ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
your
t; 0 of Article V of the Constitution, rather Bell, and which he could sell most It that Florida dues not offer!?" Probably has the attention of the farmer been
'.I relating to salaries of Justices of uf. Auk your painter which he'd rather health would appeal to the Invalid, called to the rich lands awaiting develop- BAGGAGE = tit SURREt.-J
r farming lands flora which more wealth ment. Oiadually these lamia. are being 'ICI
:'I the Supreme Court and Judges of for paint' his; whether good which or bad is paint Is good can be wrung than In any part of the transformed InrtS wealth producing TRANSFER, '; and TURNOUTS of)
t' the Circuit Courts." the 10 bU810e..I' good which paint, globe, no doubt would/ excite the Inter- farms but the Indications are that a .'
It must be remembered that if most freight, and paint which; pays moat pays eat of the farmer, Ideal Boll and climate rush will follow when the farmers of HAULING ETC. R ..all kinds..
1'y' we to the best of for' fruit growing,the Uncut linking,boat- other States are enlightened; about the
are get men our wages.
C Ing and a multitude of other advantages true conditions of farming In Florida. OT. :M.: C>
State for these that Which will you buy yourself, the 10 sban.:
y} : positions-and would be appreciated according the, .
as Florida East Coast (
Homeneeker.
7 !!I \ is what we want-we must pay for gallon 10-yuar, or 20 gallon; [ 6-year, paint!? TITUSVILLE.In: rear of Bobbins' Law.OmceYJ.OflD. .
C Yours truly .. .. -- - __
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it. If this amendment! passes, the 21 F. W. DKVOK: A; Co.
Judges of out: Supreuie Court will' New YorK.

then get $1,000.00 less than the P. 8. Jas. Prttohard A Son sells' our \ Portland Cement. --4Pai iitiig: : : : +-
paint.
r lowest District U. S. Court. Judges

receive. I 500( Barrels will be received in tbe next sixty days. rAPEIUIANGING, KALSOMINING, VARNISHING, STAINING, FIKISIIIXi(')

The Judges of our Circuit Courts -The Clyde agent at the ADVOOATB Costa a little more than other cement but Is better. /SIGN PAINTING OF ALL. KINDS, ETC., ETC.
are not paid anything like they : office, has sold quite a number of tickets I Old Furniture made to look like new. Mirrors Made and Re-Silvered

could earn by practice at the bar. lately to people going to New York. If Reasonable Rates-
It is the honor that temps them tot you Intend going north, this summer, byway Coast Lumber & Supply Go, I -

accept the positions and the hope of tbe Clyde Line secure your EAU GALLIEEast FLORIDA. vN_ E=RE=,
ticket and berth at the ADVOCATE office.If .
that the people will realize the Shop In Scrlmgeour Budding

value of their. !services and pay TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
r
:,r G. them accordingly. If this hope I It is you known anything of Interest INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE -- --- r

t shattered the best lawyers of our or benefit to your town or residents, do FLA.

b State will refuse to give up their not think it too much trouble to write I:s prepared to furnish Ice in *any quantity-Sacked qr loose. Special::! attentl n THE NEW CASH GROCERY STORE.
y !
1 \ lucrative practices to accept: a position the item and send It Into the ADVOCATE I paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .

on the bench. office for publication. T. WETMORE. Proprietor A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES ] ll

The men who till these positionsare - . .. ___ _. ___ .. __. .h. .. .. _____. ____. .. ___ ._ We HAY, GRAIN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLE '
all in moderate' means, and buy as low as possible, and sell for cash; therefore sell the cheapest
% 10 ought to bo paid sufficient to enable Look over our stock and get our prices before buying.TITUSVU.LE .

t' them to meet the expenses that V E'I.L: ORANGE ROX : 200PS G. H. HEATH & CO.
'
are involved by that position and ,
I provide properly for their families. -The Best Hoop Ever Offered to Florida Growers Corner- Main -and Hopkins- Streets_ FDORIDJTITUSVILLE

F e Our Circuit Judges are hard workedmen. .
Take the case of our own ::'-;;;; ""';:' ;;':: :7..r. II.

Circuit Judge, lion. Minor S.Jones, '- J.A.exeE: :: :: seOS.: : ,

T' he has bad month home
not a at in
Cut the Exact Size for the Standard Box. JFLORIDA.cimd. it
the and Is always willing
past year,
Tin Shoot: 'C
:: ; Iron Worl ors,
Hr to hold special! terms of court when
., .. TANKS OF ALL KINDS -
44 I F'I circumstances demand the same MADE TO ORDER,

Our people believe In a liberal HOOFING-TIN AND GALVANIZED (R0 l
BOAT TUMI'S AND TANKS A SPECIALTY If
policy toward our judiciary, and ,
prior to the panic of 1872 the salaries Dealers In BICYCLES: AND BICYCLE SUNDRIE :;

of Supreme Judges were Packed In Bundles of CO Sets of 3 Hoops Each. -Ct-oxxoio.l: :3FI.ojpq.lJC': : 'wj" : .- bII.
11,000/ per annum but were reduced -- ---- --- -- ---- II.e.
This hoop ventilates, seal and strengthens: the box. Make a strong, neat package. Is easily and - .,
have
of that and quickly
account panic
on Eas1 :=
i ; 'loric:
: .
The of the wood boon is L Nurseries: It
been -kept at panic figures ever applied. day post. Be up-to-date and use the safest and most economical hoop ever -ESTABLISHED 189Standard : .,

o since, although the cost of living offered to the trade. Made by varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Trees-Flrst-clasa In every w1\1' ,f
r T :F"C>:El.XJES c.b : : NO WHITS FLY. SOTK MY PRICES -t
has increased nearly 40 per cent. EJUTOElX2\TSC: >N". Buds 3 to II>
ft *
''f t Jff per hU.n.d"dBud 3}; to 4ft. hnnIrf'!
Vote for this amendment, and 18 anti 20 Henry Btreet. BROOKLYN N. Y. Buds to ,r. .. 2'2.50 per
Bude bl
2.VOto :2 ,",4 to 6 huodrtd
I keep our judiciary up to their present under f tents owned by T. F. Nevlos, of the O. K Tool Holder' Co., Shelton, Conn.. T PREPAID. ft830.0Uper e

high standard. East Coast -:ID.: D- :ROOI'A=
ft Agents-EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO., Eau Cattle. Fla. DRAYTOX ISLAND, FJ.ORID.\. C1i








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i$ .EAST COAST NE"\-VS. i Miss Winifred Georgiana.Dixon Is quite sick Providence WHKKKAH to, It remove has pleased from the our Divine mills Percy G. Walton L.I i ,


i ******************** : again. Slater Mary Emma Norwood a faithful ,I I

Miss nary Paxton was visiting Miss and beloved member of Friendship! t"\lsvillo.. Fla. ,7'' .
Rattle Dower, bunday. Chapter :No. 11, Order of Eastern: Star, ,
*. Newsv Notes Contributed< bv Our Ile xilarJ i Titusvllle FloildA.: \1, ', '
Mrs Hughes was calling on Mrs. Now, therefore, be It p.
Corm of East Coast Correspondents. .. Penchey and daughter Friday after. Itosolved, 'lint In her death this FIRE
AND TORNADO
. noon. Chapter the town of Tltusvtlle and ,

.......................... .. ........................ :\1 r. and Mrs. Vessey Hall and daughter county of Hievanl, Fla, have lost an I' ,

were visiting friends In Indianola earnest member, a gooil woman and a

Please send all communications Sunday, just and conHclonoloim citizen whoso t ,.:
::r will remain dear to the f
Eau Gallie. memory mem- RELIABLE COMPANIES.: PROMPT PAYMENT: OK)
, and Items for publication to "Editor Mrs. Jennie Same Is visiting her parents Leis "f this Chapter anil to all who knew LOSSES.

I ADVOCATE. Titusvllle, Fla." Mr. and Mrs. J, B. Boner and her, for the many excellent qualities she LOWEST RATKS. ACCIDENT POI.IC1KS! IssfKD.: t-1:
i slater, Miss Hattie. possessed.

: :r We cannot guarantee to publish IIAR'II C- H2Iosov-rtllICIAl1: AND Suit Mr. and !Mrs Hughes were down to As a woman anti /Sister Norwood was, "
oauN. ).an .., quiet gentle an excellent mother,
| Items that do not reach this office before : Klortilu. Dr. Wl It fnld's, Monday afternoon :Xo'<
and
her
worth known ]
great wu only to .:
> noon on Tbursdajs. All Inlet| l ilinlnK the past week. The improvement In the condition of Mrs. those who were most intimately oqualuteil HANDLED ON .
stun n punned. us by. Wlttfeld. REAL ESTATE "
and associated with her! and '

I _will correspondents oblige ns by I'. A. MoMlilnn: : : has been lu Miami for Mrs. Corwln of Cincinnati!, 0., arrived who had thus come to know the /great COMMISSION.Hour .
the punt nook. Friday morning to spend the winter value of her motherly care and gentle ,
, writing the names of people and places with her mother Mrs. Peacliey. She characteristics. lie it further ,

as plainly as posalble f A. :N. Mat hem' launch Is about com- came by way of Eau Gallie huisday, Resolved That, Friendship ChapterNo.

pleied, and sill be placed commission but the storm that struck Miami was reported 11, mourn her loss as a mamhei and Business Solicited. :
as soon nti pnKKiblo, coming/ rind Mr. Hall very wisely I a friend who was always ru.idy to stoil- Respectfully 1

Melbourne.RICHARD K. :Stiller:;|, is now engaged in painting decided to stay in :Kau Gallie, whore lice her |'els.u,1! Interests for the good Reference.
In.Jlalllth'lJrStat.o lank
/ ( Titusville Fla.
at Walden cottage (he .soiithviu homo of there WIa safe huibor for his bOLt until of others and that ,
Mis. S. E. B.uliuur. the stoim, Clime or passed by, mid) As a token of respect to Sister Nor .-, i
jrtunately: for us It did pass us, and wood's memory, these resolutions bo
VT. QOODK.-Real estate, Notary Two member wee admitted to mcmbership took another direction. entered upon the minutes of Friendship
I'ubllo and Couveyauoor. Agent for Kt.na: In the Baptist church this week. Chapter :No. 11, order of Eastern Star, t
and Lomlonand Olnbe and llarttordlire A. B Carter: I'
received
Liverpool Insurance Companies. Si''olal attentlo The rite of baptism was administered In P the a telegram fromW. Tltuiivtlle Fin., and that the :Secretary Interesting Points!
Indian! River. Clemenr on 15th, Informing
.
paid to tae interest or nonrenldeoti.Subscriptions be ordered to dedicate a page to hor
him of the drowning of the man In j
Walter Booth Is home from the hospi of the memory e
and
charge Nishoda at Miami requesting -
for the ADVoCATE tal. Walter Is of And that a copy of the above resolutions -
the
rr one rescued
men hint to down and
; at once t
of the East Coast will be who the go be sent to the family. of deceased We 4 cent interest compounded :I
the pink paper were on E. U. J.. extension take charge of the houseboat' and find a sntl pay per ,
received at the Melbourne Postoffice. works, south of Miami, man tit take charge of it, which he did with the sympathy of this Chapter, !
that they be also published In the EAST;
four
times You
a can withdraw
and returned home the year. your 'i
Alex. :Near of teslan well fame returned 10th. No one COAST ADVOCATK. Signet! t
John B. Lee Is having his new home will ever know how the man gotiliowned ] !
to Eau
Gallie
on Tuesday last, CIIAA, II. WALTON Chairman.
repainted by an artist from Chicago. via E C. Line. Mr. Nenr's plant will as he was alone but the lost time he Mary A fcuiMOKont, money at any time, without previous notice.A i

John R. Walker of Titusville, was follow later via. freight. was seen he was drinking heavily ;Mr. KATEIiTEwAur.: .
Carter In Miami the
was dining storm, ,
the visitors la Blelbovrne last
among Capt. J. II. Andrews was caught In The NUhoda suffered no damage, its she f
week. the blow of last week In the sloop Dixie, was safely anchored the Miami river. CIRCUIT COURT. particular feature of opening a savings
Our hearts go out In sympathy to but reports that the staunch little vessel
The of I .
good l
lost Mends and I / people Geoigiana enjoyed account by mail with
who In
those properly can loll him safely to port without the one of their very best "surprise\ picnics," Circuit Court has been In session this

the late storm. : loss of a single rope. on Oct. llltb. ItMHt It being the (lint anniversary week, but up to the time of our going tc '

!Mr. Van Stoenburg has returned to Among the Eau Gillie\ people who have of the marriage of Kev. J. II. press no trial had been held. Several

his Melbourne] home after spoiulintf the not linen heard from since the gale at White anti wife. They are 80 and 8.1: prisoners have: pleaded guilty, and tho The First National Bank :
summer with relatives and filends in Miami, lust week, aie Lou St.Clalr and tears of nge. Everybody went with well band J ury Is ox poo ted to complete their '
filled baskets and the labors to dav. 'I he full will
New York state. Roy and Owen Salisbury and their !good things were procniiilinirs ,
peaplc placed] on the broad west veranda, from! bo found In our next t Issue. Quito anumber
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells arrived are still In great anxiety about the I
where so good: dinners have ot thoso ittteniling court have \
from :New York Tuesday missing men. many picnic Miami: : : :Fla.is :
bore evening, vanished flout Blglit./ 'I'hlrtythreo people called at this ollice. Had to HUO you, : : ., .
I and their lends are pleased to see them M. B. Spiller of Pilnflrevale Penn., ate all they could, anti still there was gontlemen. Call again '

In their lovely Melbourne home again. whoIs the client: of Mrs. C. O. liedstone. plenty] left Theie were four generations the utmost privacy surrounding the trans:1::1

C. M. Baaujean spent a tow days of of Eau Gillie U a brother of J. G. Spiller at the table. Mr. and Mrs. WhllOi Arc You North V
this week In Titusville. Mrs. Iteaujoan and is hale and hearty though nearing their daughter Mrs J. B. Clolnyr action as every communication and all deal- ';
and two little girls were visiting; with the century mark In age. her daughter; .Mrs. DeVoe :Same with ,

her patents Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode, The recitations on Friday last, by the her little girl :May who Is winsome Get your Clyde steamship tickets from ings with its depositors are strictly confidential. ,;
little] Miss of three the at Tltusvllle. Chaiiulnvc
trip
|during his absence. pupils of school No. 22, was well attended years Quito' a number agent

Mrs. E. E. Wallace, of Wabash Iml., by the patrons and others. Tho Indi.tnola\were expected the from liocklcd {o and from Jacksonville to :New Yolk by the .
; but reported storm kepttoot
tAll
,now p'ensantly: located at Fountain! pupils show marked Improvement In the palatial steamships of the Clyde Lino.CHAM. .
a / many awayalthougli day was/
Heights, the guest of her son, W. O their studies and deportment under 1'ro- all that could bo desired beautiful and WALTON, '
\V.illace: whore we are sure oho will fostior Chrlcblow, the principal that ability large resources
blight.: The many lends of Mr. and Tltusvi'.lo:' Fin.Aro energy, ;1

pond a pleasant winter. Cnpt. J A. Kogero Is erecting; a new Mrs White IKh them all joy and happiness -.-. _--- and strong position in the financial worldcan
Alex Goode and who left and wish i that they live to
Capt party eight sbutl on his boat landing; in the may you going/ :North by slenmer f
hero for Miami! on the loth sloped at harbor. This will be a great convenience celebrate their Uiamod'i I wedding which to
liipitor to see some friends, and while and pi otootion to freight being handled Is only 14 years In tho future. If you are, get your ticket from Sanford give, we give our potrons--and we do

here they got warning of the approaching via his transportation line and /goods to Jacksonville or Jacksonville to New not charge courtesy and consideration against

storm, HO remained in lupiter until In transit can be kept under lock and key.J. Blood Poisoning York, from the Clyde Line ngent, at thin
+the2th() which was fortunate for him
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nil his Hailing fleet.Property. G. Spiller, of Sheboygan Mich.\ arrived results from chronic constipation which office. your accounl.: .1

In Eau!: Gable on Sunday last. Mr. la quickly cured by Dr. King's New Life .-- - .. M .
bplller Is the father of the well-known Pills. They, remove poisonous germs WHY ViK OLD STYLE BLOCKS ''t .. ,

to Lease. painter and decorator E. Spiller who from the system and Infuse new life and when )4>u can buy the best SelfLockIng .

owns some valuable property In this vigor ; cure Hour stomach nausea bond-! Tackle Blocks at nearly the same, The Ocklawaha !

The famous Hector Island Property town. Mr. Spiller, Sr, will spend tho ache, dizziness and colic* without griping price. Now In use In the United" Nurseries
or discomfort. 2 >o. Guaranteed by
"a Indian River, at Melbourne FI:'.. winter In the South the Ked Cross Pharmacy.TITUSVILLE'S States Army and :Navy Deportments.
'onnlating of 12: room hotel and Clubroom Examine them at the ADVOCATE
Miss Katie Barnes of Sedalla, Mo., arrived office TANGERINE: ; FLORIDA
,
7 room Bungalow and 3 room in Kau Gallle on Sunday evening;, Titusvllle. .
1 Ottawa. Fine situation for a hunting via E. C. Line. Miss Barnes will spend TRAINS. Want Orange Glowers to know that It Is to their, Interest to buy tree >
lulling or yacht club. Fine harbor. the winter with her cousin Mrs. 'V. It.It. The editor of the AUVOOATK has some from their stork IIKOAU they liaise THrC 1IKST; TREKS!: IROWN INFLORIDA. \

With services' of family of throe as [ Gloason of Eau Gal HP, Miss Barnes, The following) are the times of arrival land for sale on bt. Lucle River, which [ (HOOD KKMM.T.S" nan only be obtained from trees that have, aaABUNDANCK

Deeper stewardess and waitress by the who Is quite traveller, spent last winter and departure of passenger trains to and will bo sold cheap. He has no time to OK) OOOD ROOTS, stems tlmt am' STOCKY, tops WKLI lIW-
former Game Warden of the Quaspeake 10 Mexico and Texas, and has decided to from Titusville: VKLOPKI: and leaves, and wood! that Is F.:>i'l'IHI'I'ItF.I': : OK! INJURIOUS
lub, of Rockland county. New York. give fair Floiida" a chance for this season SOUTHBOUND. look after It. In a 'w years this land INSKCr LIFE:. OUR TREKS): have nil thnse GOOD POINTS In their favor

Fxpert: guide boatman and dog trainer. at least; We hope Miss Barnes may decide 5:111 will bo worth four times as much as Is and we conllallv Invite your Inspection. $I'1.CiAL INDUCEMENT are olferedto
LeavesTtttisvtilerorMlamlaud
) :
toe fishing, hunting; and boating. : to spend her winters here In the point at f II:01 pm10Lormediate j I' In now asked for It. See, or write W. A. those who will\ place their order now, for fall delivery
Address owner, W. NIELSEN, 'uture. NORTHBOUND.LeaveTltuiTlllefor Ball, Stuart Fla. O : ORANOR, KARLY AS PARSON: BROWN, PROLIFIC AS: PINE ",
revard Co. Melbourne Fla, .Jacksonville I 2f111 p m APPLE. Ask us about It. Catalogue froo.
Gallie's citizens
Some of Ean were
audlntermedlatepolntast ( JKKI: a m -This office does not know everything
caught; In the blow rf last week, and only ADDRKHS
Danger From The IMague. escaped wrth their lives. The men were TrrtSVILLB-IIANirOKU IIKAM'IC. "by long odds," so if you know an Item The Ocklawaha Nurseries

I There's grave danger from the plague engaged on the extension work and In > (Dally, except Sunday) I lof Inteient, do not think It too much + t0

["''coughs and colds that are go prevalent, the fishing firms at Miami. Among Leave Tltuivllla for Sanford J 8.45: ; In trouble to write the Item and send It Into W CONNER Proprietor.

ohm' you take Dr. King's New DisJry those who were caught In the storm were &.rrlve.Tituovlllo rrom Ban ford t 1'' JJIf the ADVOOATB office. Write It plaInlyeRpocllll1y -
for consumption coughs and C. J. Young Frank Houston, Walter sao; mB3) TANGERINE (t'IOJUDA.C17""Our 1

oldo. His. Geo. Walls of Forest City tooth, Frank Young Louis St.Clair do not read I Initials and nl'm08-and CKEOCIDK\!: preparation. for the destruction of nuts, liens, and, other
lie,, writes : "It's a Godsend to people I Owen Salisbury and two or three strangers ;- you every page on one side of the paper vermin will do the work.XdOrillard. ,{ .
living in climates where coughs and whose names we were unable to learn. of this paper you are liable to miss -

olds' prevail. I find it quickly ends them. Walter Booth reports that he drifted on some of the most Interesting local Items, : WALTON SELFLOCKINO BLOCKS t

''prevents pneumonia cures lagrlppo, wreckage out Into the Gulf stream and which are scattered on every page.l .,p Patented, all oountiles. Only tackle Boat: Co. )
>VetI wonderful relief In asthma and hay wall picked up by a passing Italian block of the kind In the world. Flu ,
Jv r, and makes weak steamer and landed at Key West after toil with the WaJton-Vlntou Roller
neigh to ward off consumption lungs coughs strong being over twelve, hours In the water. )o You Want u Nice Winter Bearer. Useful In any place whore TITUSVILLK:: FLORIDA.AURNT J

nil colds :bOoand $r.OU. Guaranteed Home In Florida hoisting l Is done With these blocks 1'IIK"J; : I
FOIl WISH TO
|J the Red Cross Pharmacy. Trial bot- There Is more Catarrh in this section one wan can do the work of two. -
e Iree. FOR SALE The McCoy property In Thousands sold I in the north. Call '
of the than all other dlae.wellput -
together country and until the last few years West Titusvllle, consisting; of a fine residence and see them In working order at this TERMAAT & MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOAT ,
at K. O. Painter & Co.s'
office or ,
of which
to be Incurable. For a and 21 acres of land part '
Mims. was supposed Jacksonville Fla. MARINE GASOLINE; K:>iUl ES. t .
great; many years doctor. pronounced It Is an orange grove which will yield ., 1\
a local disease and prescribed local reme- about .100<(<1 boxes of fruit this winter. Keador, ore you one of those who :\>; Or lease or store one, write us for terms ",

IRE ISSI'ltA: CE In reliable at dies and by constantly falling; to cure The residence Is new and In perfect expect us to Invade everybody's home to C.. 'j
Lent r it wR companies with local treatment pronounced it Inurable. condition throughout; and contains 11 .. I
< < al Estate hamllml coml" I
"*"n, Abntraot P. Q. WALTON on Age, Science has proven catarrh tobe rooms, exclusive of bath room pantry got an Item, from which we do not receive 1&1" r rraJ

Tltuavllle, a constitutional disease and therefore and china closet.] Hot and cold waterIn any pecuniary benefit ? If you Boats Repaired and Painted fJ j '

requires constitutional treatment. Hall's bath room kitchen and pantry. Bathroom know any Item that would' be of Interestto
I'ILOlVllJe? C. Hansel has been on the jury In 7atanb Cure, manufactured by F. J. baa sanitary closet; laundry has you or your friends, do not think It ..u , '1 r I
this week. Cheney A Co., Toledo, Ohio is the only sanitary closet and water facilities. is id
I A. M. the market. It is Barn 2 ft.x30t.( ., new and up-to.d"te too much trouble to write It and send to
Terwlllegar; been at Shiloh constitutional cure on
A lew days goat er his groves. taken Internally In doses from 10 dropsto In all Its arrangements. Carriage house this office. It will only take a few min- ; d i Engines Installed and Repaired I

a toospoonful. It acts directly on the adjoining barn. Water In bain. utes to write an Item.
Ihu'( a large Party of colored people blood and mucous surfaces of the sys Large chicken house cement floor c.I": I f fof ,
Minis Saturday and Sunday lot the tern. They offer one hundred dollars also supplied with water. Shoe S ( s ;: BY COMPKTE.VT!: WORKMEN.TITALL '.
ItepAlrliitf.
I lOp meeting In Titusville. for any case It falls to cure. Send for Grounds, surrounding resilience nnder / ,,7 g ti tia

?!*, n, Xollo returned Tuesday after circulars and testimonials. Address ; good cultivation. Shrubbery, etc. WORK GUARANTEED "
''Olf her daughter Mrs. J. T. McGuire F. J. CHENEY & Co., Toledo Ohio. Cost over '$,()CJ)(). I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng M : .
tied / A decided bargain for somebody. and do not forget It. Opposite Jas.. low Is consistent wills':
rl In her new home at Cocoa. Sold by Druggists, 75o. very r.J( e'2 Prices as .4 ,
lIonroe Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. P. 0. WAI.TOX: Agent. Pritchard ; good
Dlood worth arrived Friday ._ 'lituBvllle, )'13. Titusvllle. Fla.Successor 'I .

r hi. home !
In Valdosta Ga., and Is . .. . _'
ting
( ,
after
\ his orange grove interests. A Madly turned Girl '" .. f4+ftt Fh. fKkfMV. fMcF. fF..+ff+fM f'f fh fl1ef f'M'F'fM. f'fM... I
Li'iPuncn > :rC>1"\.T. 41: .
<
Purchased the orange; .
[ of Wm. Brown, D. L. Gaulden and or boy, man or woman Is quickly out of s. J o N" : :aorta; Ignition: ; : :JJa11o1"Y'o; ; ::

|,I Andrew' Carlile, last week. All pain If Bucklen's Arnica Salve of Tekonsha is applied ( to Wagoner A. Co.) .. r The hltrhme type of dry cell that the purees obtalnahl material *
f"about 10,000 boxes. promptly. G. J. Welch -Dealer In- .. .. r o..ii blnwi with the. ) Dolts pussies of n.I1..r..r. can Ir.se.; .. *
Mich., says : "I used I It In my family for .. I flUAItA 'IIfr.I"'ao; An.pere.I.a Volt Tbs only Amperlie .
Dfri of our prominent residents cuts sores and all skin Injuries, and find FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND .. I I cell that will stand idle without rimnliiit itnwn **
\\'l to T.ltlllVllle, Monday to hear the It perfect." Quickest Pile cure known. STAPLE AND ,Iff ILIr I fKIHHTI- AMTKItAOK :

Vn >f Gov- N. C. Broward on the Best healing salve made. 25o; at the Red PRODUCK! OF! ALL KINDS. .*. IIIT1Oo..Tf. I ). a niarkwl cli r.i>t.rntlo ut all delta f'Ktttorh... :N.; other. celt + )
..._ I ,,, forthuauuatind.anllstnue I
question l will ants.nlt.orl' inslan.perae .K v
and
NjJK; not being in favor Cross Pharmacy. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. : ;? : then tliene tells wII.lanl. 4r
lie when they left. were all coned . t .
.. L-:: : : IIC8T.\IUU:! tlrOI.TAOY.
| after hearing his argument. .. .. ;' rtast f.a'ue"f all Iwlta. hatterte Is their enlrenuilr :: '
Ina
Application for Tax Deed. .. 'w,.._.. I A very ...... .. lto
Store.Stationery i low internal reolxunre. ami al" fiertx-t ilvpularliatlnn. r. <<
w! 'he N'ovo1 t'37' : Hi,' l .1.
.\ ... tug In a ironic a"I..C.I'nll'' eketrnnotlv.l' 'rre when ..
Young mother at 7O. t'mler unction 8 of Chapter V8S t.aw. or flortdaNOriCE :::::-".-_-rt .rI.I",". drawn 0" J.UIOII LIVE t.LL1t-TlU DELTA, x

?/ nl her haa suddenly been made purchaser Y of OlVfc.V tax certificate THAT No J. ea C., Books Notions Fancy Dishes, Candy Toys, Bto. Co. and lOo.Counters. : f.. 1tONdI :D d3 1r'I5X3.1I3: ::

F at 71 V" Twenty years of Intense dated the ft day of AngnM A.D.IflO4. .. I !-- SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTINQ AGENTS <<
Lb.DF.b from dyspepsia bad entirely ban filed laid certiitcaia In my "Woe..ud has -HOLIDAY GOODS A SPECIALTY- j. CJooo/x 37lo. -U

fu.her' until lix months ago when made. wl.h application law. Said for tax oertlncaM 11_ to lamia embraces In aooordauc th.- Three doors south of J. K. Walker's Dry Goods S'OMI FLA.Blacmith . -SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TffADE- ::t

S ]taking Electric Bitters, which following: described property situated la Br L M DODbON:: : TITUSVILLE ************************** **************************

ecolllpetely cured her and restored yard county.'lortda, to-wlt i . ... .. .. .
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ltrength 5and.Ilorrow'. inh.llTl.lun i of tot 2, - -- - ------ -- --
Lots
.. ? and activity she had In the .
:3ft **
of Township Sonth Range'
life" writes lrs. W. 1.. 0"Pat'j Bertlon Tn.said 4. land beln:aMenned, at the date of the : : &; Eepa1r: Shop
Danforth Me. Greatest restora5lcine of such iwrtlHcate In tne name of
Miianno
., On the David Calrd Unlearn.aldcertlacata.heelbera. SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE
, r and globe. Sets ItOmI "leemed according to law tax dyed will lyauathereon ENNIS & FORT. Props TITUSVILLE FLA. :
wood I kidney right purifies on the 2Mb .this
Inori.lu eta ii
and cure malaria, billoas- WHnou my ( the
speciallyUp
Shoeing a
IIId A.D., last.> Wagon Makers and Rep.lre.-Hone
weakness of October
t PriPharmac*Guaranteed. Wonderful by nerve the 26th(kalul"t.CL Hay ) A'olfrtcircuitcourt. and down river work bare onr special We atttentlon ifqarante-w satisfaction.pay freight one way. . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .
work.
Give n*
liH Br O A.Stewart, Deputy clerk your,
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i 6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TITUSVILLE, FLA. OCTOBER 26, 1906. _



'10 A Way With Sweet. !...... Florida East Coast Railway
THE ART OF BUDDING. From
a pile of evergreens which hocboon

Mar 110 HuftvuNfnllx Don* nt Knit of used as a winter covering for Local Time Card No. H. In Effect September 16, 1906

rimlntr ."..unou.Builillng hybrid remontant roses, largo fiat R DOWN.NORTHBOUND.READ UP,
SOUT"BOVND-RE
spreading branches were selected and _
.
eormlHts In bud
taking/ a
tacked to the surface of the fence, covering No. 29 STATIONS. No. y8 No. UBDau
p from one tree and Inserting It underthe NDa11S8 D.uy

bark of unothcr tree, nays American It from the bottom to the top, 11 aY2)(, Dilly...m .v................ ac aonvl! ................Ar 772"1'01 MDOMm 4snnnnl" ,i
thus forming a capital support for the .;yr" 0 t 02Mam .. ............ $outbJackonvllle. .............Lv .m72apm '
Cultivator. It III\ use! t'1r' take tho numerous tendrils of the 1040"01: ...............86Angu.Une................ 61"1'01 74 'u" ,
clinging .. ................. \.tlnlf. ............... .. :: 11811'01 6 9 I""nn'I IN
place, of grafting/ nd In jM-nctloed In a Vines. 7 OHpm 6ipm: 111H..m II Wam .. ................F.t; ahtlk"",,,,,, ,,,.,, ,, 1120pm 6 :; "' '

commercial: way lu tirotingutlng' peacheg The plants which comprised sevl'I'alvarleth's. -lI gaps_ 12 UOm. ......... \ ...................Lv .. 6r.1'1II' 6 nm
. ... ... ........... ......Ar 114.pm "
cliorrli-H und climbed to the of the 7 1110Rm) Lv...... . tl'alatka. 6. 'nn'
pliiiim certain 4'II'm
roses top 4 1 1U
;.-Lv ............ 61.t ., iR
.. Can! / I
f .... ...... Ar..l:
varieties of ornamental trees and branches, Itlunche Ferry with the .. :l51oul 1"0"01 Lv ............ ..f'an Mateo ............... ..Ar 0 "pm .... ."
shrubn. It lx enHentliil that the bud others though that variety Is usuallyset .. ..vf '''U ; ;:; ,'' 11 v.:::..............lnmueIla..................A.r 4 8opma! ,,,nnD '
,cyry 41M O1lpu I . .. .................. .211"01 fi ; '
down as a dwarf. The fence was ; ........... . upont. gInII''' '
and stock unite freely.I To have this a a- &piOiln u , M q O7, tt U 11.11I 4HI'm 12 Il'i1'rn 411"11I' .. .................. Ormond .......... ...... .. I1lI6pn, 6 In 1111,
occur tho cell of the t-nrublnm layer wall of bloom throughout the season 1001'10: 1:11pm: .................. 4 pm 4.1:''>'n
and waswell decked with flowers ]10 tdpm llllllm) ................l'ort Oratt..3 a"IIm 4 :I ",,,
of the stock must, be In u state of active .... .... I 41 1
III 2lM'pm' At..... : New : _! p-! nri
when cut down bv frost_ __ In_ IV.pm
_ _ml__<_1-Oo._ _
division, Imllcntpil by the ready (>pui --v Ill h..m, ---:1 4fpm i Ar ............... I.Rki 1101ai. .... ........... .. Oopni a I I..I, .,
tober. Hy watchfully training the It "H"m 4 Mpni ..}............ .? .OrRnll'eII................}.. 12: Worm f, r"l
side branches and bending down a 14'lIIm' M1OOpm() .. ..........Orl..,"'! ly Jun..Uon...: .. ..... 12."Im 5 "1",

? of the the 104ijrnr\ ; ii" t ..............New ................A. 8 061'01' 4 "i i1I1Uprn ,
41 portion plants bloom was 24ol"n"I'1O .. .................Oak 1(11L............... ..LI' :40pm .1 ->I'' ,
kept 1' evenly distributed over the surface. I 11 MJ.rn H laps' Ar..1.1 I.v.1l0.! ................. ::1 0 5 I,m _::1-,' ". I IIl
y I IiI I never before had so adequatean -I o.un-. 6; ,Lgaa;. .- <"nf'r! .. ...... ..... ....... .... . N ()
idea of the refined and glorious .0\\III'IJIO' 1I11f1l1m Lv ....... .Fanford. tAr _l\r---- -.1! I ""'_
111pm\ ; 81apm,, l.v.... ..............TIIusv III---.A r 2 Oflpm 1 H'' '>11 :
beauty of the sweet peas as that afforded .. .. ........ .
t 12 Slam 8M\.1n .... .... .CO/.o".I.v 121pm : n I'IIJ I
iI J by this experiment which shows the 1 t : Shun 8 Mpm\ .. ...............1tocklU 1 t Il>lam 4kpm .. .................JoA.. p O importance/ of ample support, suppliedIn 1IuII: I/It'I.m') ................M..lbnllrte....... ...... .. 1287pm: 1'. ,,, I
rIIrl advance for the tendrils.-Amateur. IMam 11101'10 ....... ........l'ob""lI11n .I1 b2am 12 b 1 :ml" I
2 4Mam. 60upm ..................St.!. 1"ole.......... .... .., 101\8"m 12 ''MI" I
Four Each Week. . ...... ................. .
I . Sailings . 8 Ofi"m O l'll.m .... ': .. ] ort l'lereu JO liI'am' 11 r. I m
A Ouuranteod 8 Moam H7pm .. ....... .............I.lh""I1 ................ .. .. 1017'11' 11 I"'+I .II
Cure For I'll CM. IlIIil1m! 6 'II'''Im, .. ....................tI..n.: ................ .. .. 101lItm: 11 I I II 1
Blind 1I.10"mII"m\ !' ................... .1..II"on................. .. Jo OMam. 11 'aqn' :I IA
Itching, Heeding, 1'iotiudlng BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Slam 0 .pm ". ...................to.II"rt.................. 10001101 10 ;rtlpm, "
yl ylE yld Plies JJrnggtitts are alii jilzeil to re- 420"m 4 12:1pm: ................Iobefolnu"oi! .......... ...... .. "HII1m II) 'I'II'' .
i w hind money If 'a/.o Ointment fails to at S. both 4.IIIun, 740pm ................We.t .1"I>It..r......,.... ...,. 0 18.m 10 Ir'1In, '"
m cure in 0 to 14 day. 6l> Calling Charleston C., ways) Illfi"m N 1Spm ". ..............We.tl''tm JI""ch...,.., ..... t. S 4fiam 0 '''I.mII .
C c 4.ium 411'11I' ". .... .......1.... ..Boynton ...... .... ...... N2Oant UugrnM1
The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceTho baam:'. II "pm .. .....'....... ... ...110IroY.. ... .......,...,,. tl Ehmm 8 rapt"
Three Knmou Tree. .a. lI1m. \\I ,101'10' .............I..ort IR"'lor.I"lo.............. 7 2(1"m( 7 tDPmn '''
i s .. .711m 04.)111\) .......... ..... ....//11111...'.. .... ............ .. .. 71Dant 71"1''"
d The elm treu In Philadelphia under Clyde New England and Southern Lines. 7 OIInm. U rMpm ". .................lIltllolldl1le.............. 7001t1D 7'I'!\! '''
I which William,, I'enn made bin famous 78H..m 10 :rpm ". .... ...........Lemon (.Ity................ 64:1",: ", i I lip II,
II i I Direct Service Ifotween 71\1'"n' 10110110 Ar. .................. MInmI...................Lv Siam 7.pn l ,
I treaty with nineteen tribe's of bar II OOu" ....... .. I.v .... ......... .. .1I1I"'I..1.\r ........... A'M'I'' "
barians. ? Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. 10 110"'", .... ....... .\ !........... ... .. ... .........,. ..,.. .... ........ 1: :JI..I\. \

The charter oak at Hartford! which (Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) ]:ulf.t I'"rlor Cart on trams 20 and I 711. JluO"ot Sluepfng Cars vn tro.ln.IIO one 08.

preserved! the written guarantee of SEMI-WEEKLY: !: SAILINGS: t Dally, exeeptxnndny, _ a _
the liberties of the colony of Connecti- Houthhound....... .-.... ....... . .. .... . .. .. ... .. .... .from Lewis Wharf Bonton : -. --_ J n- -
/0.., Northbound .. . .. . .. .... . .... .. . .. .... ....from foot of Catherine Street, Jacksonvtll J No. 21 -No.,17 ,
._. IL No. t 9 D.IIy MAYPO'RT BRANCH Na. t 8 SNo.d20 No.2
f j :i I10W BUDDINO: lU DONE. cut.The old liberty elm of Boston, planted Only I linda Onl r, Dally Except SlInd.y D.IIy Only! 0.1;,

\ ration of the baric from the wootl. The and dedicated by a schoolmaster to Clyde St. Johns River Line. ;
2 POpm ]O lfhlm 6 10pm;;; 0 ORm) Lv..Jnrkw'nvllle........Ar 7 r"m 12 ROpm _. ;
a union of tbs ,two, the bud and the the Independence of the colonies und :l1HI.1I, 1111 IMam II IIII'm D 'Imam' ......IoutlJI.k""ovlllo ...Iv 787.ulI. 1221.1It: S -.4''bin "'
the rallying point for patriots before BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: : AND SANFORD :I 411pm 10 Ohm Ill II mplll II 8111\11I ....... JI..h....,... .. 71)5a) m 111\111\111 I rop"
L stock, takes place ut tho edges during and after the Itevolu:', Stopping at Palatka. Astor, St. Francis, liareiifortt (DalJ.n l), and mtermadlate lanrtliiK ....... ... .......
bark of the luscrtpil bud.' For tlila real nary ., 11 "u'n' 710'.III' 10 .Ar. r y ... 0 46nmi SL 8unm 1 "
D war. / on the St. Johni River, eoiniiioiiolnif Wednesday, November IS, IVOR. .RUlll : _
son tho bud should be iiiMerted as soon
Steamer "CITY .JACICSONVIL.LIV: PENINSULAR: AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSIIIP CONNECTIONS AT ftllAnIl.
as it In cut from the twig\ so' ua to
l, avoid drying out. In climates baringsevere : Ian,, Htood tile Test Ufi Y+ UI-H. I. appointed to call, as fulluwn: Leave Jauknonvtlle, SuujHjn, TuoadayH, and'I Thursday, at 03
p. III. ReturnliiKi leave Baulord I, Mundaya, \Vo winters budding Is most satisfactory The old original UHOVK'S Taitieltms, Havana and Key West.

F when performed near the end Chill Tonlo. You know what. you tire Houtb-liuund Head flown. BCHbUULE.JackHonvtlle.: North-Bound Head up.Leave _

'.' of the growing HVUHOU. The buds taking. It In Iron andqululoe u tnxte- 3301'.10. . . .... .. .... . .. . ... ...... .. ... Arrive 2 00 a. lu. SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
should be plump and couture when less form. Nu cure no )pay, 50n. Leave 114111'.111. ......... . .. , ... ... ..1'alatka ....., ........ .. ....,.Leave IIVOI.In, .LvEtiAStr.Tueotay.Satnnlayv.,1l4Opm 1 HAVANA ... ..Thnrsrtay..,....n Con
: Leave 31.'R.I"' .... . ..... ... .. Ater .. . .. ... ......... ... Leave 1 8C p. mtaave ArXKV \\ EU'I'.Welne.IaynXumtaya.lOpm' 1 ( ArKEYWEM'r..Thureaav.a801LvKEYrEsr..WedneMhtye..811Opm : : ]
,t : taken from shoots of the current I Leave 4 30 a. m. ... .... ... .... .. Ss. Praiioia.l .. ,.. ........... 2 00 p. m ; LvKKYWbB'rThuredavaMondayeU801ArhIAVANA..hur ; )_
') year's, growth. The "bud stocks" SELECTING SEED CORN. Leave .. ............. .. ..I4eremlord (Roland. ) ..t.. ," .. ............ Leave llHI) p. m. .daya.. .....1.. 80am ArMlAMI..... Fiklay Tue.s 'I should be Arrive 830a.m... . ....... .... ...... .. .. Sanford, .. .... . ........Leave DaDa. m.
cut the day the bud are to . . ... ... . .... .. ......... Additional between West and Havana.
1 Carefully Choose; Kuril That Pirnrrmt. Arrive 10:00: ( a. m .. .. ..... . .. .... .EmerprlHe . . Leave 10 00 a. mGonM Sailings Key
: be Inserted, trimmed and wrapped at
Approach Perfection.The and Ticket Office t 122 W. Bay St.iJacksonvllle. T.v KEY WF.f Passenger
once In a damp cloth to prevent drying ;
/ Ideal ear of corn. Is not the one Ar IIA V.AX.A..Tllesd"y.. Baturdaya.... 6 80am Ar KEY WT.TueadayaSaturdaya. 8 80i|
out. Trimming consists In off
cutting of diameter but Is P.M. IROVMOVfJKR Jag A .t. Gon. Fas.,. Airt. 122 WHAt JlRV Bt..lackaonvllle' Fla. Side. No Transfer
greatest length or Trains Passengers at Ship's
Discharge
.
I the leaves. Having a bit of the stem to wG.000FEaJrLooalFrLA!:Jarkaonvllle O P. LOVKM t\uperlatmdentJackeonvflle.
described as being "about ten inches .Koot. Hogan St., Jacfcaonvlllo.'' .Kla..
I' use us a bundle In luHertln: In cutting A. HVOEltl'Y' (}ell'l .:...t'n I'"".... AlCt. New York CLVOU! OItLNEten.. Frt. Agt./ New YorkTIIFO. The-e Time Tahleii nliow the time which train may be expected: to arrive Rt and dope
i f' the buds use sharp knife; Insert long' with grains deep and wedge blade of knife one-fourth Inch below shaped, net lu twenty-four rows as General' Ottloea. 1'ler' JO North fiver. Branch, 2,10:; Uroadwav, New York. H thl* Company lie held r 'lJon.lbleforany Uelava or any eoimnqneiu'eaarliiliiinherefroii!

,, bud, cut upward dust behind bud, removing straight and uniform us soldiers on C. WALTON". Agent\ Tltiisvllle! Fla. For Copy of the LOCAL TIMB CARD or Other Information
_. . .
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but little of wood, coming out paruue and as thick ut the tip an at "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

about one-fourth of an Inch above bud the butt.". The ears of this character ST. FLA.
J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Gen'I Pass. Agt., AUGUSTINE,
(see Fig. A). that are exhibited at corn shows are,
To Insert bud make T xhnped Incision Atlantic Coast Line .
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T It is claimed the result of years of
In stock about two Inches above .
careful breeding and nclentlnc cultiva
ground (see Fig. B). With the spatulaof I
LinesSPECIAL
budding knife IOOKOII tho lips of tion. Mallory

bark In angle of the T cut and Blip in Yet, having these characteristics In Florida Georgia, Alabama Virginia

the bud (see Fig II). The bud must beheld mind ears approximately perfect) : are ,

firmly In place, by a bandage to be found In every well cultivated North Carolina and South Carolina.The .

wound above and below, bolus care cornfield and these should be carefully PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

!, ful to leave the eye of the bud uncov selected and stored for seed from Great Highway of Travel From

>I cre!]. Uallla' flbi'r (wet), bast, candlewick which year by year, the standard of Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships ODf the coast.
' or waxed cloth be used for Florida--East West North and South.TO
may .
I '. tying. RalDa Is usually employed. If quality may he rained and the yield per -NO OVERCROWDING

the bud "takes" remove the bandage acre Increased. TILE EAST, 1'IIE FAMOUS IMPORTANT' STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on then'

In about ten days by cutting loose' on Until very recently but little attention ships, as. no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of bertli,<,

I back aide of stock to prevent tho hindering was given to the selection of corn ,Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express. or the seating capacity of Diniug Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Indivldui

of growth of bud. In three or for planting. It was thought that If the service and attention.
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four week cut off the stock Just above germ was vital the plant would: pro- -----

bud to stimulate the growth of new duce nit well from u misshapen !seed as To the West Montgomery Route and PASSENGERS LEAVE: JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See .

bud. from one that was entirely symmetrical "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta ( Schedule'of Ships In'Florida .TlmeB-UDlon;]
; r Peaches arc budded the same year and from uu car ou which the rows
A t .I. PULLMAN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALL TRAINS.
I that the pits are plAnted.11 goon a. were crooked and the kernel. some- '
j' 'I I tho seedlings are large enough to hold what scattered ua from those!! that were Atlantlo Coast Line m\1enpe\ ; books I"ood) to all point", via all trains as far East as LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH.

.. a bud they are ready for budding. straight and close set. Careful study Washington, anti us far West an tit. Louis, Cincinnati and Including delightlul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

,I After budding examine the stock has uncertain-, however, that these Now Orleans; rates $:5.00, FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.: "

frequently and remove any !suckers minor charucterUtlcs are us readily inherited .

k' that mAY start nt base of seedling as tow more impoitant ones of -CONSULT THE PURPLE FOY.Dlm- Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information. regarding/! ,I
detailed and Information rEgarding rates, Pullmau re reservations Bchedulea.'
For ;
the of grain to cob tractions offered by no other line
proper' proportion Call on your nearest ticket agent, or write ; diagrams reservation tickets, etc., apply to

) :)' A remarkably Winter good Wh..t.1 yield of winter and the kernels.of gluten:! to starch aud protein In' FRANK: O. JJOYLSTON Dint.JACKSONVILLE Pass.: Act. FLA.W. D. STARK, Trnv. Pass. Agt. I GRAS DAVIES, Fla. Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonville, florid

wheat lee been secured by ,growers Uniformity In size: of eur and In set ..
Ci V. J. CUAIO, Pass. Traf Manager; T. o.! WHITE Gen'I Pass Agent.
11 representing a very large area of the of kernels lu weight length and diameter General OOioeH WILMINGTON N. C.

r, II cj f;;1 winter wheat belt. It Is also reported of ear Is desirable not only for .. FOLE IIONEYANDTAR fOlEY"SKiDNEYCURE'or
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the of
that grain exceptionally high their Intrinsic value, but because where
children, taff. < '.. Bladder Right
*ur* jf op a Makes Kidneys and
Thin result will add
quality. gratifying machinery la used for husking and

,\ to the substantial prosperity that pros shelling the latter can be most easily -- --.
!Si B .A.RD
". ,, \aU! throughout the country. Winter and satisfactorily employe upon grain L .

I" t wheat ns a money crop bun begun to that la Dot too (Ii', erse In these mats

i, Interest tanners who hitherto have not ters.-Farm TrogroHS. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR We Never Disappoint Our Patients.

grown It to any appreciable, extent. A
number of Illinois corn belt farmers, We Fulfill! Every Promise and Never Hold Out False Hopes. ,

for example, are planning to seed much WE CURE Strlotiir without. the knife or boufflo. ana Varlcecele Vlttaoal. i
pain or detention from' bualneeM Oontttffloaa It load roleo
of their bind to wheat this autumn. The Setter oare u never to return, without mercury or mineral mixture: Lora of MnoifV
Wheat' fit* Into rotations and Is n dependable SAVANNAH, COt.Ul'tIIHA. CAMDEN: SOUTHKHN PINES, RICHMOND > Po.lltv..'ly earedt no atlmulaiit but permanent

K ) crop. It can I.1st grown at an WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW: YORK 11.51t5"-: Inw.The of. Pr.the' King.tat*MpdlonlCo vf. tieor. fa! lor nn tnHtltntlnn the treatment o".ol.odoodurJI'an* sure 01 illc
WayThe iirrroug.ndchronic di....... Dr. N. K. Kin/ .. tun founder o'n
r t. attractive pront us n rule and owing 4) I' IhL institution. In tbe chief mmalltlna.pralailat, b.iurf a.au*
ti f, to 1ho perfection' of machinery' having rJ.I'io''n I \ of a etkff of rolnitnt phTalol' ..._lid ourcaunft.
G . Two Elegant Trains Daily . .1"J --" Ourcuoceee lo tee trrfctmunior rhronlo dl....... !1. aasarart
i' to do with production the crop simplifies tissues of the throat are ., w + ', -- wi'" faradlfl] T>**lmtf
Oiiromueaarevqutpped a I the fralvnolo
I
t tho farm labor problem to dome inflamed and Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. .. I.... Xr.r, violet is,. mind Sin..fi raft ID fact every. elertrlcueuntrlTADoe ri
Y, extent. There probably will be more irritated ; you known to the miutleoi profeiwIoD.' Our'.nlt''rtti'''o'
p modern la every respect, and we employ none but the M"tr
land SOW1to wheat this year than for cough, and there is more irrita- tn.tl and rfllolent attrndanta. Mularlf qualleed gratluun,

t. \ 1 I .:: many ,seasons.Vhere It U reliable ion You takea and licensed: pbyelolAns: ,brine: in cb ::8. i.n4
-more coughing. MODERN; PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. We employ no niidluadluK mraa .. ai>enre 1'.11.011
; I crop It Is n money maker. Hut It Is bad 1 p..roo..no C.O. I>,'e or unasked for 11 terstun.n ,end dol
1 mixture and it the v .. e..ntavers..toosaa. '
bh.ln.tU\lOD. *
' : cough eases I 'lII\\) ... Our tnrtn for trv
; I farming to grow wheat lu successionon ONLY UlNEOperatlnnDilly Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. 'I to III"00 per mtmifc uetltotnra Ino1ndd and ...give the aee"rance
a .. r' '. the same land. It !should lx followed rritatton-for while. You take -'WI. of a cure within .r>eelflo l time.

": ",. '. by other crop. especially legume ,. MY BEST RfnrENC: ? [ 19. CHRONIC DISEASES. n W ntlv* .nooefwfnllytreat cure all cbfolo: aod dl-ra rr.rf ***

b 1' *, curl phosphorus: usually: should For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent 1 l ,m,- K\WllAll.V., L,lD/)iOlioptarfc such Kidney Udro.ph and. J>lfttaad r.no., Lees*troublee.... .to.. and]Khram as" J'rt"I''"!"irl "':

i1 tr''' be applied to soil lined for grain grow SCOTT'SEMULSION Seaboard or write | VUNTIL( CUBED.fUU Dl.ea.ea' Tumor'* andmallimant: troubUe. Catarrb if lhNoa
., Throat, Ii<*.twl and 1 untie. Dteeaaee of Bye and 8u.
{ "' luar.-Hrtop.ler'; Oaxette. N. K. KINO. M O. Chrome IJI....... of Women, such aa DltplacemtauUnnatural
n S. C. BOYLSTOX.. Anst. Gen. Tass.. Agt., JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. C... CoxeuLntxi Pev.aeaa' I DiaabiirK: ;,. and Saab weaknee.ea of women.W .
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rite sendyou.rItiturai'irnlncludllnanmptomplank.fuhoma natitm.nu'ir4
L Old I'nMorva lleclaftuetl. -
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NfriTAriOV, ICXAMINATIO! AND AIJVICEl'FRFJ _

",' Or Some undertook'years the ago renovation u neighboring/ of n farmer portion - and it cures the told. That's EXPERIENCE CO YEARS' DR. KING( MEDICAL CO., Sulottssatpt! :: :btr..Sti. Allanta. ti'

r' of his pasture that wus overran FOLEY'S
what is soothes the
n 1 worthless necessary.
with growth. It was on thee
i. southern slope' of a hill and naturally tl1roat' because it reduces the
Always Remember the Full Pram
Fl n good soil. The piece was fenced nnd i-ritition: ; cures the cold because

for two years devoted to crops. No ONEYANDTAR 4V'
drives out the inflammation
manurevss used only commercial ferttllzem. ;

: builds up the weakened tissues Prevents f* TRAOC DESIGNS MARK* L axatiye Hromo! Quinin

This hind was not run out, but sliu-. because: it nourishes them back Serious Results COPYRIGHTS Ac.

ply the grasses had given place to Anyone .r ling a ken' a
From Ae.erl'.tb.n
Cold. may
to their natural strength. That'show a ,lj- ;,.:- r .mi r r 01, .: .m free what;her
silt an
weeds., brake und. other wild growth. : , '", "ihlr ".I ",..bl... (..jmmiir'.... Cures a Cold in One Day in TW<
It had never been plowed, and the.or1 Scott's Emulsion deals with Remember the name eent thnu..trletlyr free. oltt,tIr nu:%ii UI.'r I..r.eunnayatenra HANCBOOK' Patents Grip

thorough treatment given resulted a, :a sore throat, a cough, a cold, roUy' Honey and Tar. Insist tfr t'aieiiie,.la tuitk'a., lake wi"'h tbruuith ra.asr.Muini.:. lu lb.A A..xx reculT
,Ty good catch of gras and was afterward,,

fof a line piece of pasture. This was a':' or bronchitis. upon Thr having. .1.) .. no the, COO,genuine..|.OO Scientfic Jlmerican.! cB. !21-cDt,. ._. on Box. 250

eei case 'where a moderate amount of labor MULL BIND YOU bumlitomrly'TtlniitmtiNl .<> Jar,,.( :,.. -- -
I and cost transformed an unproductive SAWPLt"" "41:1.: Prep r4l only by ,mlHtii.nr.' u.'of.Any.,t.L:': /tiul'dbp.il t | nawMalrt Trm..I.a. --

tlei; field Into ono of much value. SCOTT k BOWNE d rMS'tf.S.a:: .. FoUy lteti A Cross Company. Crtlotf. MUNN & Co."""*''-*. New York iOlE"nIlOmAmT R FotmI ONEfAm1

Pharmacy Unack ortle., 61S V gt.WuhlUKIulk IX t.. .top. the cough ad h. ls luntf. Cures Colds; Prevents Paeurnoi

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE. FLA. OCTOBER 26, 1900. 7

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JACI80X\"ILLI::. BERNARD SHAW FOR Habit-forming: Medicines' Standard Electric Company

Whatever may bo the fact .is hi many
,
of tha no-called patent meillelncH con ,
The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE:: FIA. ENLARGED ALPHABETMethod tiilnlng Injurious uittrisJU'iils! as broadly\ '.
publlMied In\ Duino journals of mnro or
-On the American and! European Ph n- loss Inlluenoo. this publicity IlILo ce:nroall Jacksonville, Florida.
Under new management: : Newlv furnished and renovated. A pleasant bt"1of great henotlt In "" .
family home Kates: Ameorlcl\Ill'lall. $_'oo and $-J.50( ; European 61)cts to Reform Spelling attention considerable! to till inimmuv' nuhjoet., resulted It has I lu\ In the a IIILiP41)y t

and up. All oars form Uniou Mat Ion stop at the door. Urged by Irish Critic. most Intelligent people aviiltllnit michftHMls "" 1'In..hi..I.y < 'OrlllIlny. ,

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor.The unit 1 medicines uu may Ue (ILlrly MII"- \CKSOXVII.I-K: :, Ki.oriiS.VV : ).\. : .'
-- peoted of conulnlnit the Injurious fn (r(>- i
beautifully located Riverside Hotel at (.it-en Cove Springs is under the llcuts .', of. UeeoKiiUlnit tills MILLS, KNIilNKH; : AND HOILKUS

same management.: PRESENT PLAN ONLY SHORTENS fact: some time ago Dr. Vlerot of HiitTalo, POUTAr.l.K: : 01 ITIIS A S1'KCIALT\; .
:Jf. Y., "tH!k tliun \)V tho (outlork." ns Itwarn
and published broiulouxt I nil the : t+;! ---\\1'110 far (1I1111"luIJ- t
AYTOXA In:.\CII. Ingredients of which his populnr imsllciues :-1,1.1 .n Easy Touns. ('ur' Wind and JelTeimm St.. '
llw Clnlm
Phon"llm Are Inevitable. s
(. Thus he bus oompletely -
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but rnrrrvt IMtonrtlca Noil alone fori'stiilli-il nil burping critics and 1 - i iVIII j

Letter.-1).cinrc. n..ro. format H* nil opposition thitt meillelnrM,mlifht ,ntherxvlun liecnuse\ theyare ImurKeil FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
Ills SOUTHERN
The Seaside Inn l VYIO.VA DEAIJII. Fr.A. Uttvvle.l l.y Rliurti'livil Spi'IlluicMlileh now aitaliixt OK KNOWV: ('o'lP1emI' l'tt/N. Fnrtliermore. :

from tho fonnuU prlnti I.ooki rnednentrd.Gourge every liottln wrapper. It will be seen dint I
h now open i rot the siiminur' I\t'IIM"n, "n.I"1 i the mauiirement of the ownerIIOUACB these nioillelnes eontaln no Hlinliol or Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
I, 11'. SPEWAKr 1,1110"11I", and l new ..lui.itt' Beach, the hotel Is modem in all im IIl'l'ullillUcntllth bugs: airy, llel\ and critic, has set forth his views they contain/ any iiiireottca or Injurious .....

ant rooms overlooking 'the OCOHU and 1 opposite Hutulng') Casino: and Oce.in on spelling reform In the follow Ing extract 81l"IIUI their, extracted liiKredleuts from being tho roots purelyvegetable. of 1 1"*

Pier Terms moilerate. vUOUACE from characteristic\ letter to the toed In monI plants found growing In the Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
forests nod of ,
h'. STEWAHr, Owner and :Manager.UN depths of our American
editor of tho London Times: well recognized curatlvo vlrtlll'M.InMt.I'I.t .
=-- -- ----------- ---- ----- - -,- It Is to be regretted that the scheme of alcohol!, which ('vl'lIln small jftlco loot ol UOKIIII Stieut Jacksonville, Kluu.l.i.; Telephone) Xo. :iOU:
VI I.Li: N <.1. portions long continued" as In nbstlnutneiiius
of the simplified spelling bonL'tlLOo ent'rKotlcally .
of diseases' heroines highly objectloimbli .1. K. MUNXKKI.YV I Jenoial Manager.ill. .
-- niul windy forced on our attention ) from Its titntlitney prmlucii a
by President Husvelt: (If ho will craving for stimulants, Dr. I'lercn employs -
triplerelineil!
Eseeola Inn L1NVILLK:, X. ('., allow mo to simplify hint to that ex- clycerlnchloli chemically of pure Itself Is\ a viilmibln .' 01.1,11.1 KHlRlilliilKiO.: <,r.I",1 H"llIu".I", )hit State,;:
tout)) hits been rt'ci'iviil not only with remedy In many cases of chronlo diseases, -
tho outburst of tRnoriinco,: and folly being a saporfor. Uemiilcent, nntlseptlu.nntlferment nutritiveIt .. PU 1'iA'

In the mountains of \Vcalein North Carolina, altitude ;J. (OIl feet. which any sensible propoxiil inny alto 1'111111111"1tho l nnd ciirutlvn mipportlag t action of thntiolilen 'VV"ro. j&.. :imo-a.ro: ndays count on, but with a taboo delicacy 1 $cal rout, Mono root. llliirk c
Delightfully cool cllmale11 throngh tho summer months amid! Itlootlroot, contiitned, la"Uolilen ,
riierrvlmrk
led
which has genuine phonetic
Trout Fishing Golf Lings and Tennis Court. tedlllll'nlcrltlcl"m. Meitlcnl, I HI I'ovl'rv."ln. all bronchial GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
1 111'1'101114 I
to'lthl1,1< ;
export throat and I Inner nil Actions ntteiuledwith ,
-_ It Is bud enough to have t\.vl'r" coughs. As hill Is> wen from .
-OPENS JUNE Irru-: min of letters pnsslomitely defending the writings of the eminent Dm. hover Flour Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers .
Hnrthnlow of Jefferson ;
of New York
Coo, ;
revput nbNiird roll transient 1 1er.ulms.rta
such
n Mutlirul Cullegn, I'lilla.; Semi, deruf Gl MIL: 'a
Reached over the Southern: Uiilroiul to Johnsun City thence via\; E.wtTenoesHee aberration at our J1MI'11I10-etYIll0101'ILI Cincinnati ; KlUnguooil, of Chicago. :ao"/ ) EastlinySireotJ.11'K\ :+ONVI1.I.:, KI.A.
and Western North Carolina Railroad\ to Moutucuma Station Bpolllnjr on tho KDund: Hint It U the Hale, of Chicago and others, who Mnml'\ .
where! cairiages from Y..oeohIlln moot all tialirn..TAMES spelling of tho lUblu mad ShiiltcHpearo as practice leaders! tho in foregoing their several gouts Holiools urn. (ho of) Catalo u Fie, Winehouses on tracks: of 1'4. A I.. K'v: and A. C. L. Ky.McMurray i

P. V1NINO, Manager. ((n libel "gross enough to nuke Tyndiih IUTU host Ingredients that Dr. I'lerco
I and Shakespeare turn In tliolr Bravest: ) could luivo chosen\ to. make up his fa-,
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---- -- -- ---- but It In fur worse to have tho defectsof moas "Discovery" for the cure of nol
](1':Nf) 1:ItSOSYI: ( I.":, N. C. In polite\ only bronchial throat and mug infections & Baker 1':
__ __ __ ___.__. n __ the scheme passed over but also of chronic catarrh lu all a
silence by tho peoplo who know mi- Its various forms wherever located. J

HKNDEliSONVlLLE thorltlltl\'(>ly Unit, though the presidentdoes .
'
THE NEW BLUE RIDGE INN XOUTH:: CAUOLINA not overrate the enormous linpor- that they hiivtf 4(11-I13 Knot: Bit)' Street JIII-UMHI\, riorldn, f
Iln1"01'1114
find more
tanco of spoiling! / reforms his methods
A three story front poichJOxOO! (\() feet, adoins the entire front of the hotel, cnnnot he roirirdoil in uu advance on never lioard prononnceil, they Introduce. -Mukeis( and .lobbem of....._

jiving tho guests one! of the finest promenades possible and the views from tin thoso of ArtoutiH Ward coil .Tosh" HillIng ways of their own of pronouncing I

(third door is a revelation *. them founded neceRH-trlly' : on spelling.: Vehicles Harness and Material
Is commercial and tourist hotel-Neve vulgarism which of- Carriage Wagon !
TIlE 11LUE RIDGE INN strictly a I tried to express this myself by comparing "t'rogrnmmo)/ a ,
hotels and but this >limo factor to a hotel's success the "..11 rIft" pronnuuoeil
closes-Other come go, 1 his nctlnn to the reform culenilar focus' the oyo im' 1Situ. I
commercial tourist knows that when ho strikes Ileiulcrsunvlllo, N. C., he or SIII': Molmmmed./ who divided" the "Pnree" in Krurllsh offends tho ear, has "lte't-3', Uubliur 'riien,
and the beat the Blue Midge Inn has Many ; ..
always meets with a welcome Rots : --- --- --- -- -
inside greet the visitor the be\lltlfnllobby has been ro-dccorutud, year Into twelve Innnr months with find Etc. Etc. '
Improvements .\ 11 .\\\1'111 'niiKli Cured. First-Class Repairing Painting
tbo curavnii Benson Ilrrlllltompnts ,: -
the dining room presents a fairy scene day: and night, lespectablo youu ladies results on "
serve the guests In a quiet enloell11l\lIner. and the cuisino Is always the bent the from which Arabian commerce "l'.. ii yams ago our llltlo (girl\ hud u.ouoh .. -
market attords. The prices are rlulit! and you ale made to feel at home the minute haw not recovered to this d.ly, but I <>!' pnuumoulii, which left bur wllli

yon become its guest. Ninety well fuiulslieil; clean rooms that will accommodate ttnd that most of your contemporaries in iiAful amah She had "poIlM..f Some of Our Best Sellers ;
over ISO; people Is Its capacity.\ regard Mohiivnmed'n nrriuieement 11M anpxeclleiit souitliliicr, just like outs situ the whonpug :
If you are seeking a quiet genteel hole), in the mountains for a few weeks' on:? nod nccordlngly report congli ami SOIIIH IIn Wghtsitu would

rest or pleasure! write ns fur rates, eta. rtitlunlawtkMilly In favor of tho lot gob sell it I all t.\ .. alit/ H luitllo of I
WM. IIKvVITT, Prop me ilK I''li>iinb"iltin's, C'nimh Keinudy, which Star Drand Butter 5 and 10 lb. Soalocl Palls; 27ct9 I

__ ._ __ ____ _ __ _. __ .____ n _ __ -- __ __ presidential Homo scheme.I'endhg really. authoritative Hood like chin in. iMio Htoppnd" cough FTosh Pork and Frankfurter Sausago Kits. . $ I.3O "
) leg niul .got stout IIII'UI., writes Mis,
NEW Y01CJC. comment by Henry Sweet, whose pro Out li'i...n"l. liiiilnikvr, 111. This remedy Choice Mackorel, In Kits . 1.25

pomils of 1SS1 lire hurdly to the point l III for sale by All\ \ )" ,,,s.MEANING In Tubs . . 2.25
toiiny, or b3' 11 homo expert of his '

: school I let me point ont II few obvious OF MOLES.A .
Hotel Marlborough -Consumers, write for our Complete Price List.- -
shortcomings; In the scheme.\ To begin,:

with. It U not really: simplified ppelllug. molt on the right sldn of a rust mi'ui. '

Broadway 30th and 37lh Streets New York It N. shortened spelling\, which It.* quite forehead denotes wonderful luck; on The Enterprise Grocery Co. 1.I 1

Completely Renovated and transformed In every clepaitment. Most centrally a dirTerent mutter uu the short npelllU) the \left side of n woman's foieboud
located hotel Oil Uroadj ay. EI.ECTKIO LIGHTS and TELEPHONE may 1 leave a foreigner; or a child! quiteas gifts from the dead. "
in in the house. much In the dark ns to the sound of man's forehead
ovary room On tho left slilo of n 17 I Bridge St.
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Uooms. 200 bath robms. Rates: $1.50 and up- a word us. the long one and It nnxlously long term In prison; j :
ward without bath. $:! and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and, bath $::1 dlncluhns\ any pretense to bo. plionetIc a molidenotes the left Hldo",of u u woman's forehead 111l1CIVUII I illa .e r r r JtiI'1lIIL... ..;

and upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath $:> and upward. Now, It la doubtless wise when a on two husbamU: and n life nt exile.A "I, '

SWEENKY-TIEKNEY HOTEL COMPANY reform Is Introduced to try to pWHUiido tho nilddlo of 1
that It Is not a reform man with a mole: In .A.r\.TnT: <>ry" I-I E: S.
K. M. TIERNEY Manager. the Itrltlsli public must be his forehead has a cruel mind. A woman :E3[ ::JE3
at all, but appearances
with such n inolu Is foolish, \Idle none :1111. an'Allt.I"III'.H ISHSWIUHKIKS -
,, k pt11> to some extent: at leant, and 1
and envious. :" WINKM, TINS ANI. ltUANI :4. j
hoard which disclaims ,
t -VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD GO TO- w: the fact U that n Itself, out .\ molo on tho neck In man or woman ______ _.. ,.__ ______ -- ____ - ---- - ---- I
a phonetic spelling put promises u long and happy life Express Propald. Lamp's Deor. ;
of court. l>r Dim.l .
-No. (iO West Und: Street- spelling Is as Impossiblea Wealth 1 and fame. Y ulltluxrt. ""'.OIlN, a1t4 . II (,III 1:ljt. Mahl5lflhN'r. . . ... .... ... ........l !
The Armstrong Unphonetlo \\lth mole on the left silo K:.lr.. fill 1.. .. .. ... . . .. .. .. ...... .... I '
a "
(Telephone "721: !> Riverside") figment us secular educntlon. Unless A mini and II II IIL1111l ('Illb leye ... .. ... lriap0mi +t I.' "NIxiIIxnI, . - .. .. .. ... ... .. .... ... I 00 r rflye.
. 11141)
we adopt! the system of Chinese l Ideographs of the upper lip rarely marries, '''MIJ""I/'Ollllhft.N.l.ul.'aunty . . .. .. /1/I\O'tSP! 111 411I' M'' Sinn, nitrit. lurk .. . . .. .. .. .. .' .... III ,;;
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of n woman )IU'Inoll' U IK) .
: and leorn by heart u separate' such a male In the CIIHO IIan". "11'r lI'e .. . . ....//1 111 A aU d'obnrger llHHH Altt, {.Illllt. ". ... .". . . .".. .. ..... VMu j '
A select family-hotel, near Central Pal k. subwajs, elevated and electJ'lcrailways arbitrary symbol for every word In thodictionary denotes sulterlng.Uu / "MaltW"I"'...' hrnx... . ....41141111141111'.1. 31111'.1/ 011II (hula"... Hliiut pint"' . . . . . ... ... .,. ya: f ,
xr
and all\ places of Interest, and a good starting point for Coney we must spell phonetically. the right, aide of the upper Up n 11,1). ,". .. .. . . . .31/1/ 11111II 1 //ltl) Bulk Goods JUHS Froo-Not

Island, Rockaway and all other seaside and surburban pleasure resorta. \Ve may corrupt and confuse our spelling molo promises good, to both fiexes.. 1A'.pl.rUl.IluUuiulnon!: : '. :::. ......: ..: : : :15)a to n 49A a, n tYA:M1 Propnltl. uesnevx i

Single rooms and suites with all conveniences new sanitary plumbing by etymologic fads spelling, / "del"with 1110.. .. ... ,... 8111I/ '..1III/ ) "(' l.no per "l..l._lly", (lln, forn. rioMI.IM ", Oritito.tiiiu. I'Nuth
I lYtr.nOust Pant.. ... . . ..1111/I 4111' 7 .1' UMI-II I( eau, Corn, tin* I
private baths porcelain tubs amplo hot and cold water supply and hotel n "b" and "foren" with au 11(. To Cure u Cold l In One Juy /II""t"ln/ t'.arc... .... ..... .8111 n an Ua' .,""lIty.per '. I
"iimpn" .. .. ..... ..... ... 4 \117 11/1/ ,
home-comforts aixl moderate prices. ni we might spell "miin" .1.lnulrx" ltnln II. *J.no per with Just
table and service combined descended take I.A XATIVIC HllOMO (JLININK Tab I M".I.I HIIIII. . .. , //I 111I/ .at 0 1\1I for the use.",, '+
Terms $0.00! week an per from the apes or monkeys.But liove'nIn KlnllUr K."t.ky. 1I""ull. .. ,,8711I/ a' ,II, Mt/ IMvlluwnil l.y Ar., !
A. ARMSTRONG. 'man" "ape" nor ails to euro. K 1\ ( signature fort,sherry ur Aug.JI.s..1 ro a.lI t M/ ) .l.n. per 4lHl .Vli-torlw Itye, Hoclnl lr'm. PA.arlxm.t.Ilowrd
-- we shall not spell each box. 2.;>a. nn all g.sa1N' .r '."'0 prlee.. liya. Mnillclnnl ijnullty.
_
ever npefl "cat" "dog. If we ---- ------ -- "' -- -- I
(shall; we - -- ?
rlld the only result would l he that we Simple C..r. Per ieuritltflu 1s11l-u'as: : West AilaniN Ht. ,'"c.kllmu'llIeI.1In. jit I
IF YOU WANT A... should presumably spell "dogma" "cat- Iler U u slniplo method of curing

------- hm." We cannot get away from phonetic facial neurnlglii, : If the neuralgia.; Is oil -

ppelllug because spelling In. an tho right side of tho face tho left hand CH.4S3I..., -cr: :tMI: dl CC"i,
Inevitably phonetic ns should bo placed In n basin of water
Lot molsturo necessarily Is damp.and at. hot as can bo borne, or If neuralgia SIT. a SIBW. ".,11&., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1FULLQTS.

...Building To say that EngllHh: and Preach It. In tho Il'tttI.\ .. of the faro then the

spelling are not phonetic U nbsunl. All right hand should bo placed In the hot

that It means Is that the French and water. It U asserted that In this wnyrelief 'it
[ or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY English spelt much worm than tho may bo obtained In less than .

LAND FOIl AN ORANGE GROVE, Germans and Italians being relatively five minutes. Tho explanation Is. that. I
Inhibitive people who the two nerves which hove the !greatest cvltlsc '
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDE, conceited and .
take au uppish delight In making: number of tacjllu nerve endingsare vItlrvglA 2 '

| We probably have for sale just what you are seeking. knowledge difficult not to mention tho fifth and the median( nerve. J.

Settlers are flocking In but still there is room. If you an their love of excuses for punishing: A* tho fibers of these two nerves cross '
any 'Impulse conveyed to the left hand '
looking this way drop a line to children. Rldo of the face
Hut In the long run phonetics have will affect the right : ; '

JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vlce-Prealdent, their revenge. When we begin by refusing or If applied to thu right hand will affect i2 l'
to spell n" we pronounce we end the left III.lit of tho fare. Thli 'In ,
FLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y, of the cords.
npcll. account of the crossing
by having to pronounce ai we on ti..42vP \
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA Etymologists( show the French origin Indian Itevlow. !

of the word "oblige," refused to !Cun.eienre
An .: .. .
spell It phonetically, mind n generationof
who "Here, my dear" nuld the husband
those
Store. despised
for your superior persons roll of bill-."here Is. $ 10
did not say "oblige" and were them- producing u '' s ; l Ntm( I.
.
Office. ut Hrowri'nln '
AWNI'NGS for your nc:.es despised by the still more select I won pluylni; poker over +
have It ti> buy
for your Dwelling. circle who"obleege"laid "obleezh.now except hint Jos who''pb thnt 1.I"ht.011 dress yon wanted may "' Reluctantly !1 tl

dares say .
the conscientious' wlfo took the money

Made by practical awning makers Surface history on the of stal'e'Tho tho word "envelope" << then said, with an expression of
at
and rigid; rectitude: "I limply shudder
"Ongvelope"
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tells the same lI ory. the thought of using money gained! In for tli. I'Rhllt 11..11&1 ('n.
We and colors have had their day W* 4Cffllnt.
have variety of stripes "annvelope" that
a large It "envelope" mind now we bitveo such a way Henry, promise Die - -- --
from which to select. Write us spelled pronounce It "envelop." Tho AmerIcan after you have won enough for mo. to -
i reformers want w to spell "cataogiie" buy tint hat to go with that dress you

The word I lit In each will never again touch those awful
"cutalost. bas cards. I d<)u't want my husband to become COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE

McGinley Bros. Company, common been traditionally uo that IU maintained pronunciation In spite u gambler.Jualge.Nothing EAST

West Florida. of the npflWng.; .Rat what of "..plio"" \
Palm Beach _- and "prolog; ? These two word. bleb ;' to I'Vtir.

most Englishmen never utter or bear Mothers need have n.. be Itancy! Innontloulng Description of
t..We want an agent In Tltusville.. 7 uttered In tbelr live and the rest use to gIse Cbamtwrlalu' Cough Does all Kinds and

perhaps once In twenty years, are on I Itemedy' their little ones an It contains
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nine times out of ten as "epllofig" and remedy I I" not only perfectly safe to give
mall cblldlp".b'lt U a medicine of great
PRINTING OFFICEDOES "Proloar;." worth and merit. It has a world wide ; JOB PRINTINGr
THE ADVOCATE JOB An the working chissen become more reputation for Its cures of coughs. cold .
themselves by dragging -
literate and please! and 'Ol1p., and can ,always be relied upon. "
Into ordinary conversation more For wale by All Dealers

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I. DIAMONDS I \ !, :: We have been dealers In diatnonda : The Woodmen of the World are preparing Tuesday evening at 8 :30, fortifiedby Correct Clothes for Gentlemen l

=: 1:* and other precious stones : to give one of the best entertainments the last rites of her Church surrounded
ever held In Tltusville, ou All by her children and grandchildren,
since the establishment of our Halloween evening, October 31st, in the :Mrs. Albino Brady 'pll "od peacefully -
HA-**********? | - --- THE RIGHT STYLE is Or
Masonic Hall. from this to a better and happier life at
business in 18' 8, and direct importers for mote than 540 years The address of welcome will be made the ripe age of 84. of tha things that you ca
by Judge A. D. Penney, former Commander The deceased was descended from one 4 count on In our Schlos

jr ==We save you the middleman's profit= | of Titusvillo Camp No. 141. of the first families of Helium.", Her Clothes-put there to stay, t
There will be other addresses during the Father Dr. Bend Eloy Joseph LeRoy
evening as follows : filled with honor and national credit, the expert tailors who know wha

"The History of Woodcraft," by Ilev. most exalted positions in his native city style Is.It's .
r [
n r (!; &r W. F. Allen, and one on "The Benefits of of Solgnles/ where he reached the very worth
WRITE FOR OURCATALOOUK. Woodcraft" by County Superintendent apex of distinction in his chosen profession > ? a good deal to know
.
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John R. Walker. -medicine. Nothing can give to your Clothes are right la this re-
: JII\VELEIUJ': IMI'OIITEIIS: The musical part of the entertainment, renders of tblslmperfeot sketch, a better spent, with the right quality!, ,

41 West Day St. Jacksonville, Fla. i which is In charge of Mr. W. T. Winter- Idea of the lofty social standing and remarkable tailoring and lit, as well
; hager, promises to be a rare treat to the qualities of the LeRoy family, i t feel
: **-*************************************************** music lovers. There will bo a numberof than the fact, that the Father of our departed You can that way abOL

; .. -- -_..- -- -- -- -. -. -.-- -- -. ,,_. .. selections by the orchestra, composedof citizen was deemed worthy the whatever you buy hero--weat
Mrs. C. J. Denham, piano; Mr. W. 'r. highest: decorations! for distinguished solutely guarantee:, everythim

Robbins & Graham Co JONES-WRIGHT NUPTIAL. Wlnterbager, violin; and Mr. C. J. Den services, which his country could confer, we sell. YOU will find that ou
I --- Item, cornet. Mr. Wlnterhager; will also I When still In the prime of life he was exact
The prettiest wedding that has been I give several of his excelent solos Among made the recipient of the much-covetei a styles are duplicates o'
(Inoorimratoil.) solemnized In Tltusvllle for many a day, the vocalists who will render solos are "Crolx de he was decorated a-'. the fashionable I garment:,
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I PAID UP CAPITAL I1t:!.;rOOO.OO was that of Alias Annie ./Jones the only: little Miss Fannie Budge, Mrs. C. J. Den by the Belgian monarch with the worn In New York and other
daughter of Judge and Mrs. Minor 8. ham, Miss Kate Stewart and Mrs. J. order of "Knight of Leopold," and 'i'' large cities, and that our
This company, owns Jones to Mr. Phillip H. flight which I Lorillard, Jr. finally the highest honor of the literary big
took place on Monday evening, Octoberthe There will bo recitations by Miss Kthel l n.ncl.clonUlo world was confered upon Ill r variety enables you to perfectly ,
XiAfcT, ID S, 22ud:! at the home of. the bride's I Wilson, little Miss Sadie Duren and him when he was made a member the suit your Individual taste.

tiro Indian Rlvei Country On the St. parents ID West Tltu vllle. others. "Royal Academy of Science." Let show
rr ; us you
I As the 'guests approached the Jones Mr. Homer Conkling will give a Educational advantages of the firs I II I

Lncle lUver; at New _River and on Bay home their eyes were dazzled for a humorous reading by the famous Mark order were enjoyed by the children ot THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR FALL
the Twain. Dr. LeRoy and It required but little ,
tk fUscayne. Prices to milt the timed moment by many bright lights; of the CHLOSS .8.Co.
Japanese lanterns that hone from every Betides these Woodmen expect' to perspicuity to discern after a short conversation finectothe rx, -
Ln Send for Lund Lint. book and corner of the broad veranda, bate many more take part, but as the with her, that Mrs. Brady wasa lrll-epee. 'ry SUITS from $8.00 To $25.0
and from every nee and branch In the program has not yet been completed we lady of exceptional culture, keen mind,
BIN Offices at Tltusvllle n.n.IMlaml. Fla. unable to the In full. and of marked Winter stock 'is all in
large grounds surrounding' thin hospitable are give same great ability, personality, Our Fall and an
home, hut still more pleasingwere Remember that the entertainment Is qualities which shone forth, with nn
ofTII the Inner deem at Ions, where every absolutely free dimmed lustre, even in her declining opened up, which is by far the largest and f fi

East Coast Meat Market room was transformed Into a veritable The Woodmen, however, have not forgotten years. :She came to America shortly Shoes Hats. Men's
., bower. Bamboo and Asparagus ferns the Inner man, tor promptly at I 6) after her marriage, and' made Florida est line of Clothing, aBoys'

Interwoven with white roses, wore used o'clock the doors of the hall will be her home In 1370. Furnishings. Everything New. Price
E (I. K. DUREN: Agent. In profusion thrown open.and here all can get( their In her passing from our midst, our

ra:: Promptly at8 o'clock the sweet strains supper at a nominal price. There Is no town has lost one whose long life was a Right. One Price to All.
C' of Menuelsshon'a wedding march, under need for the housewife to get supper bright beacon of brilliant example serving -
s:>> ::;; the skilled touch of Mrs C. James Den- that evening/ as the Woodmen will have to animate others their efforts to -MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTY
C-Aco _. ham, told that the bridal party was approaching. plenty for all, and your money's worth love and serve God. Her deep Intense
: saa Through/ the dining room guaranteed. There will be oysters and love for her children was scarcely ever ::ESrl.D.SY: : d<;, :E3ran.n.i.ng":
door came little 4.1 IBS Leila Brown and everything/ that goes with them, sandwiches equal' led. Her humble submission! to
=saar Master Minor Jones, dressed In pure of various kinds,coffee,Ice cream, God's will In her affliction when sight; UP-TO DATE CLOTHING HOUSE,
:>> all kinds of cake, candy, etc. failed her most admirable and
white, each one holding/ a white ribbon, was ,
I i. and as they entered, they seperatod, /goIng Coma out and have a good.tIme.I There made a lasting impression on all who -TI.'t-u.s-vl.11o., : . : -. Ir'loridaardware : .
will be fun and ---- -- - -- - -- --
l to the right and left, forming an Isle for all, the Woodmen. had the pleasure of meeting her. Her -
IP r ex s4S through which the bridal party passedIn will see that you get your full share. life was actuated in Its every moment by
_. 11 LT v .c-iab -.. the following order love of God. Her faith was dearer to := : : Stoves Oil
i-L -e Mr. Joe Lopez and Miss Bessie Colter, THE GOVERNOR SPEAKS.Oov. her than life, for from that noble faith ., ,
y =- Mr. Fred Wright and Miss Llllle May she drew Ineffable consolations always, PAINTS CROCKERY GLASSWARE, ETC.
Cleveland, who took their stand under a but particularly, when life's sun was fast
TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.! large lloial arch, then came the bride. Napoleon U. Broward addressed sinking behind the hills of time, to rise
l leaning upon) the arm of the groom, and the people of Brevard county at the on the unending shore of eternity.
I took their place beneath a large; wedding Opera house, Tltusvllle, Monday at "Death loves a shining mark," and
THE ANHEUSER BUSCH, bell, hung from the center of the 2 p. m.The. : certainly when its cold unrelenting hand
arch. Father Curlry advanced and met house wits comfortably seated, Intact settled on our dear departed one, It came
the happy company, .And with the < Brewing Asso's.rantoua Impressive ceremony of the Catholic meeting.Mr. light, effulgent with every good quality
church, made Mr Wright and Miss John K. Walker, Superintendentof of head and heart. Gone to enjoy the
I.oiilii; Jones roan and wife. "Hearts and Flow Public Instruction, Introduced the eternal beauties of the BeaU 110 vision! :
as Keg and Rot ers" was sweetly rendered on the piano, Governor In 'a well selected talk, point- Clone I but ne'er to be forgotten! Gone!

tlnd Hoer. by Mrs. Denham, during the ceremony.The log out the various. phases of the jlien- yell but with us lingers; still the sweet ,
t Suld liy: III"t8t1. F.A. LoHley and bride was charming in a handsome Ion of drainage/ which the people would aroma of her lovely life to bo a power. .tl III/tip i- -
/gowned", of white satin, with chiffon and like to have explained to them. fail Incentive to noble lives, as was undoubtedly
R. L. MotlnwTltusvlllen
pearl trlmlngs and Oov. Broward came "cocked and hers.
carrying a large "F+'w""v+nfF
By at a R.I... Motlow,Coaoa, rte I boutjuet of white chrysanthemums, tied primed" to convince the people of the To her children one and all, three f
+ with broad white satin ribbon. advisability of the Amendment, creating generations of whom are denizens of our
,- ; JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., The bridesmaids wore becoming /gownsof the Board of Drainage Commissioners, town we extend our warmest sympathy
white mull over silk XI flowerll. Drainage/ Districts and. the drainageand and sincerest condolence In their sorrow I
Sole Distributors The groom wore the conventional reclamation of the overllowed ]lands. M. J.e.nT'nI&AL J.
? black, as did also the groomesl en. Jn the :State. He had charts and maps
, After the ceremony, the company showing the location of the canal now In : stnvlci.At : .
I v 610 to 020:! Went Bay StreetJo.rJKiO'fV'U.r. followed\ the bild.il. party to the dining/ construction, the lands owned by the 2 p. m. on Wednesday funeral

room, where an elegant luncheon was State, and those owned by the corporations service was conducted at the home of
.8!, K LA. served In coumos. The color scheme and, In fact! everything necessary the family by Father Curley of DeLand, .
---- used here was white and green, and the to show the people the proposition from who ban charge of the."E 'st Court Mis '
: tables wero banked with ferns and roses. the drainage; side of the question at Issue. sions. To the- assembled relatives and '' .

1 t. j West End Pharmacy Muslo was rendered during the even. He had his subject well in hand, and friends, Father Curley spoke In feeling J -w.,::;, :, .. -'>.'" ''- --WIo. 'tQr.-"" '"' \.':"
tl Ing and several fine solos were given by handled It In a masterful manner, giving terms of the exemplary' life of the de- c
"' EAU OALLIE FLA. Mrs. C. James Denham, of Tttusvllle, all an opportunity to ask any question censed, drawing therefrom sources of
I'' and Miss Llllle May Cleveland, of De. they desired. The Governor createda <<1 consolation for her loved ones In their
S. c. Hodgson. M. D., R. P., favorable. the straight -\/al1er: : : :23ard'vy-are Co.
Land.It Impression by grief, and urging those present to emu- : : ,
L4' Proprietor. Is needless for us to pay compliments torward manner In which he handled his late the life of their dear departed sisterIn TITU9VILLE FLORIDA.
Corner of Young-and Houston Street. to the bride as sh. Is too well subject, and held his audience until Christ. __ ,
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1 known throughout the State, and is a after n o'clock. The remains wore littered In the LaGrange h .
Complete Stook of Drugs and Drnltg'lat'af young lady of charming personalities. While our people were very much Cemetry, In the family lot. ..........................N...N.................
:Sundries, Cigar, :Stationery, Per She! was born and roared In Tltusvllle, pleased with the Governor's address, The chief mourners were Adhemar, : F. A. MOItOAN,.> '
: I it f ; fnmery. Toilet Article, and numbers her friends by the score. they would like to have one of the able Edward L. and Louis A.-sons. Mrs. : roprletor. Hit. E. R, BLAitaw000Reglsterad| niinrl"<

Cot Souvenir Carda, The groom Is a young man of fine advocates of Anti-drainage address themat Laura Hendry and Miss Josephine Brady .
Candles, Etc. character and business ability, and 1 has Tltusvllle before the election, so that daughters besides a number of grandchildren
lived In Tltusvllle for a number of years, they can hear the other side of this most anti great; grandchildren, all of
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. holding a position with the F. E. C. Uy., I Important subject,and therefore be bet- whom are well known and highly respected -
r : ns telegraph operator, at this place.) ter able to form logical opinion on the In Tltusvllle. To all these the f RED PHARMACY
They wore the recipients of many drainage question before they cast their ADVOCATE extends sympathy.
P handsome and useful presents, which Is votes on November Oth. I ,

I Hodgson Uros.OALLIE a proof of their popularity. COURT PAYS HONOR. 2
Mr. and Mrs. Wright will\ make their OYSTER SUPPER. .
\ home with Judge and Mrs Jones In .
1AU: INDIAN[ FLA. ,
RIVER, West Tltusvllle, and are receiving the Ix CIRCUIT COURT, UHKVABD COUNTY, J TITUSVILLE
t, Marino Railway. hearty congratulations of their friends, An oyster supper; will be given under FLOUIDA, FALL TICHM.: A. D. \IDUd. FLORIDAA
In which ADVOOATK joins. tho auspices<< of the Ladles Progressive Whereas it pleased Our Master last : Complete Stock
of-
KA Merchants\ and Ship Chandlers. Among the out of town guests present Culture Club, of Tltusvllla, at the Opera night to remove from earth to heavenour

i ..Special;; Facilities.. wore: OovenorN. It. ]Ilroward, of Tala. house, on this (Friday) evening, October aged countrywoman. Mrs. Albino | PURE -
DRUGS
basso; Hon. John C. Jones of Orlando; 2Utb
: For Hunting' Out, Storing and Repairing' Mrs. Lopes and 111 Irs. U. E. Brown, of Yacht Club Muslo will be furnished by derness and fidelity of her long life has
St. Augustine; Messrs. Joe Lopez and the Tltusvllle Orchestra. Theta will also been an unfailing guide and example to i L"PrellCI'lptions Filled
t t Yachts and Launches. Pied 1 be singing and recitations by local talent. with the
; ''Gel Wright St. Augustine; Misses our people!, young and. old; Therefore It
Mention the .AnvocAT when writing. De ale Colter\ and Llllle May Cleveland All are cordially Invited. Supper will Is ordered.. a token of profound respect : Utmost Care and I'roQ1ptltude-l.:
'of DeLaad; Mr. Tom Paine, of St. Lucie; commence at U o'clock sharp. to her memory that this Court do WE
i Mr John C. Jones and family. and Mr. adjourn to 0 o'clock tomorrow morning. WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

] and Mrs. Minor S. Jones, Jrl, of Quay. MEETING OF THE GUILD. And It Is further ordered that this order .................
i I Stanley JCitcliing ....N.. ...
N.. ..NDEALEPS
Many residents of Tltusvllle, relatives be entered at large in the minutes: of the ............
I and Intimate friends of the contracting Court -- n .
: if'p Denier In- parties, were also present.MUNICIPAL There \will be an important business Done and ordered l In
N Court
open at 10 E. :I:
4 meeting of St. Gabriel's Guild at the .. :se.A.C: : O
; t FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS --- o'clock a. m., on the 21th& dl\10t Octo &, :e
r home ot Mrs.\ C. F. Fischer, this (Friday) ber A. D. liHMt.
Tobacco Pipes, Candles Fancy Oulna ELECTION. afternoon, Oct. 2ttth! and all members of MINOR S. JOXKS: IN

fl' and Temperance Drinks. the guild, and ladies. In the church, are Judge 7th Judicial Circuit ot Florida., GROCERIES, GRAIN OT BAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUWe
FIST The following\ brands of cigars delivered The municipal election for the. town cordially Invited to be present. handle ,
1l nt *:J.25: per box: of 50: of Tltusvllla took place on 'Tuesday resulting IVe deal I'RODUC: of all klndll. We are agents for l\fAPES FERTIL

JIurubolilt, Key West Smokers, Premos, the In the election of the nomineesof CHURCH NOTICES. THE AMENDMENTS. or,. Write exclusively ua for In the above line ot goods and solicit the trade of all CC.
CAUCUS held a few weeks prices 011 Grain
Th Cremo, (Oubanas t'ohalskl.. ago E. L. and all Groceries delivered at your.tatiou
There BRADY '
1 1II were no new candidates In the BRO. FLA.
Flinch Cards, &()o. ; Hand Made Palmetto Held and therefore' there was not verymuch BAPTIST CHURCH.: There seems little doubt that the Constitutional TITUSVILLE,

uFlit , Hats, U3c.:! Interest lII"nllo..tet: In the election, amendment. to Increase the - .-- ---
STUART Services at LaGrange every 1st Sundayat salary: of our judges will be
FLORIDA. ratified.
as the canons' really ilrel.lod the question.
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Ip a. in and 7:3): p. m. the Walker
The following were elected' to serve the They are poorest paid men In the CrccCot
t i Services at IndlanoU every :2nd Sunday
public service and receive
a salary Died
people of Tltunvlllrt for the
ensuing vearrB. at lu'M) ; : a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
a Victor Tnlkliif Mnclilne.If It. Wilson\ mayor; J. :V. Waller, Services at Tltusvllle 3rd and 4th twenty years ago, notwithstanding ac.
marshal and' collector J. I I'. Wilson every tual living\ expenses. have Increased more
Staple
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; Sundays at 11 a. m. ant 7:30: p. m. Sunday : than forty cent. aria Fancy'
per GrocerieFruits
clerk and treasurer; John henry, an- : :
need a Victor Talking Machineor School every Sunday at 10 a. m., Those who believe that the lands
you ) sensor. of taxes; U. F. Dureu and D. n.Prltchard and to be
Records the Red Cross Pharmacy aldermen.Denying.' prayer meeting every Thursday at benelllted should bear the burden of the anal
egstablesE3ay. ,
7IU;!(
: p m, Kev. Wm. Stones, pastor. drainage tax: should also vote for the
14 THusvIKo/ will sell them .to you on the :
drainage amendment to the
Constitution. Grain and. Fe
,
or following terms: fl.: O cash, and 60 Orrtjlnjj and Hauling. A vote against the drainage Constitutional : :

Tlti cents per week.' amendment means that the 'voter -Vour Patronage! Solicited.....

I foil Do not fall to call and hear these won. Draylng or hauling nt all) Inds prompt. All kinds of draylng and hauling desire to be taxed, together wltb all\ the ..-- -. TITUSVILLE---. , FLORIDA.
ly attended to. Menus\ all trains. Stove promptly attended to, and Satisfaction taxable property of the State, for the
I cen dorful machines w hem' lyon",' f4 svisit Titus. wood for sale at all times. guaranteed. purpose of draining the lands of nine

litier vllle. II. R. IIOLTL !. TUu.vi ne. JOHN KETTLES, Tltusvllla. corporations. e e SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING
TO THE ADVOCATE.

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