Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00476
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 9, 1906
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: VID00476
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS, Confidence Clothing at Kline's.We Improved Orange KOXCM. Goo. II. I'Vrtmld' llunlwiiro *)o. THE HOTEL BEAUTIFUL. aS a


id Topics of General Interest. Is what wo want to establish with our count ourselves fortunate Indeed With the Xew Lock Joint Panel End Dealers Wholesale and Retail hardwire 1x1 tor* to Fnlr ICcoplvril ut T..i..i>'''. t"ii- '

Cnstomeis. to cnrry the A. U. Klrschbnum Clothing i Heads, which are superior to the old paint, oils, Rash, doors, blind, rlvnlril ll....tclry ut Itolnin'il Kitten. .

THE ADVOCATE And we want you to have the assur- -their tailoring Is the supreme expression : style panel head.. No crAck at the lime, cement, brick and shingles. "A word to the wise Is sufficient," 01' '

$L80: per annum, In advance. anco that merit, nnd honest value are attached of fashion ; the ultimate of fit and: ,. corners. Can furnish them complete Machine Shops, All kinds of repair ROIl those who learn that the special! rate .

.;.> six months, to our lines of merchandise finish with birch or patent cypress hoops lu work on engine, hollos and Naphtha of $3.00 per day sand up will prevail at

2.00 per an, to foreign countries. Our only aim will be to satisfy our customers If any snit of tailoring will do, count car lots or loss. launches I the Tampa Bay. Hotel during the Florida

When you subscribe for the ADVO and to make this conclusive we I us out. If you want tailoring of distinction We can give you the Best Box on the Tin and Metal work, plumbic, steam State Fair, will not bo slow lu telegraphing s

ru by the year, It does not cost you will give the money back for the asking at a moderate price, count market and save you money. sand gas fitting. Good Woik at lowest or wilting to Manager Laubor ,, ..

\ice cents per week, postage:( Included. If your purcha.e proves unsatisfactory us In. Write for prices on wraps, prices. to secure rooms and board.

y- Reading notice ads' are ten cents THERE'S: a i>lenstiio and a satisfaction JULIUS KM NIC, W. A. Iii RRYDAY Co., GKO II. PeiiMAljt HAIIDWAUIC Co., This really palatial: house of entertainment t

line on this pace.iDITION'At. In filling your wauts at Tltusville'sfinest Tltusxlllo, Kla Palatka .'11\. Sanford rill Is now prepared to accommodate I

LOCALS will bo fount and !largest/ store. You always .------ any number of patrons" In u. WRY never I

on our 8th, page. find just what you want because va- -Mrs. Mary Perclval, of Baltimore, -Mrs. Allen and baby Elizabeth, no- Attorney Geo M I. Bobbins bal spent before realized. During the summer Its .

rieties are complete and quality and Md., arrived last week on a visit to her companied Rev. Allen to Cocoa, Sunday, thin week at Miami, on professional business. already luxurious interior has been enhanced i

Ivertlse! In Tees Promoter, 5' cents per price are tight. daughter, Mrs. II. 0, Utley; returning Monday.The In comfort and splendor by the I .

lino. Box 43, Stuart, Fla. CLOTHING DEPARTMENTReady Miss Lena Mendel returned to Day- expenditure of a large: sum of money- i
Messerwho Is now local for tho first Frosty! The eaily tona Wednesday after spending a' few sterling, a select boardinghouse -Mr. Frank Deppo bus accepted a po. 'i.},000, It Is sulil-vwhite tho table service S "
W. D.
Mr, !
In Tltusvlllr
opened on Saturdaylast : Billon us uook with Capt. J. M. Lullin ou
buyer catches the best. Our Fall Suits and cooking are unsurpassed anywhereIn
ITat a visitor In TIvilla her mother in Titusville.
I Fort Pierce, wag days with and has received liberal I "
a patronage the houseboat "Capt Jack,
and Overcoats are ready to be examined. the South The Fair will be the

Sunday. They are master tailored and fashioned Subscribe for Lees Promotor,i BOo.' a year Your ad. In ;;>0 different magazines at Penney A Brannlng tare sole agents for greatest and most extensive ever held on I

Little Lawrence Brady arrived las to the minute. They will fit you and Box 4J:), Stuart, Fla. 20cts a line Lees Publishing Co., II wes Hats. They ale winners the Peninsula, but to make its enjoy

uinday on a visit to his parents, Mr. wear you without wrinkle or break, -Mr. Will Franz, pineapple grower Stuart, Fla. ment peifcct, one must necessarily sojourn -
Miss Ie Mendel
,I lMri.( L. A. Biady.LtJFFMAN'S come In, yon need not buy. Ankonn, was In Tltnsvllle Monday to -=:Mis. A. A. Stewart left Monday for Mrs- Maurice jo'. Goldsmith to Fort at this hotel, whore every detail :

IDEAL FLOUR, ONE PARTICULAR PEOPLE attend the funeral of the late Maurice F. Jacksonville where she will that goes to make life pleasant will be 'I.
enjoy a Pierce, for a visit of several 1 weeks.
l.f.f tbe finest grades of Flour on the Come Here For (Shoes. The Man or Goldsmith.Mr visit with friends, and also enjoy the most scrupulously looked after .. .,

Larket,also Canopy and Harvest King Woman who wants' the correct styles, James E. Andrews and family Carnival.Dr. Everybody look on page 8, and. read
'Ionr at S. J. Norton's. the best artistic\ and skillful shoemaking! the Penney Branning's largo display ad. EDGAR A. FREEMAN. .,; I
been five
who have spending past
F. II. who ha
Houghton spent
and wants to be 'fitted
perfectly never --
dance the house Wednesday 'fIf'The
-Sire. E. A. Morrison, of Atlanta. wetks In North Georgia: stopped over In the Mummer at his Wextervtlle Ohio -The at Opera ,
a niece of Mrs. E., B. Wager, ar- thinks of going elsewhere for Shoes. Titusville Monday, en route to, their home, arrived In Daytona Sunday, last, evening, given by the Tltusvllle\ Camden (Pa.) Post-Telegraph, In ,
When you come here for Shoes you are Social Club well attended and lII'oclllllJ.ard of Trade edition has a '"
last was a a
|cliin 1 Tltusvlllo l Friday hel'"cblhlren. home In Fort Pierce.
Mrs Houghton will cone south In twoor
aunt always sure of getting the best, get'ull
a visit to her you most enjoyable evening; .spent. picture of Mr. Edgar A. Freeman, and :
value for your money and esoipe all If you want to buy, trade, sell or have three weeks. Dourly a column of what he has to say of \

-Mr. W. T. Wells, a prominent res I. paper and shaddy made Shoos that never your Typewriter repaired, write, Type. JUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED -The house being moved, from the the advantages of his home city.
of Melbourne In 'J Itusvllle on fall to however low the writer Expert. Box 43 Stuart Fla.Mr north end of town for Attorney Geo. M.
tt was prove expensive, bushel New bean seed, Refugee or 1000( Mr. Freeman, who In partner In the
Robbins Is to I the of Washington
nearly corner
jisday, en route to Orlando. Mr price may be. Chas. S. Emerson, editor of the tol. 'S. F. Trayla &; Co., Cocoa, Fla. business of Freeman Bros., real estate \
( made this office a pleasant call Come in for look about. avenue and Julia street.If .
lib please, just a Tampa Herald, was in Tltusvllle, Monday and Insurance business, spends his winters >
-Mr. Mrs. C. T. McCoy and little
jilelo town JOHN R. WALKER & CO., en route home from Fort Pierce, son, who have been spending tbe summer you wish to vote In the wet and with a party of Philadelphians at I, "

ID ewcllest line of hate ever shown, In Tbe Department Store where he informs us. he disposed of his In Philadelphia, left that city Tues dry election to be held December IHth, TltusVllle, and enjoys the fine fishingand 'I .
I he city, both soft and still hats, In Tltusvllle, Florida. weekly newspaper, the Fort Pierce News day, for their Tltusvllle home, via. Clyde you should register and pay your poll hunting here. i ; ,

Iho Hawes $300 make, at Penney: to Mr., Arthur n, Brown., Line tax now. Don't put It oil till too late. Freeman Bros., business was started

,running's, 'lltiisvllle. -Mrs. S. E. Rice left Wednesday for -Mr. Ne"'oom Karoo of Ocala EARLY REFUGEE BEANS: arid all twenty-five years ago, by Mr. Robert I ',
Jacksonville, to attend the Carnival, -Mr. John Wagner, of C00.1 W. Bridge of the
Freeman grandfather present
who has been and In Tltusvllle kinds of garden seed at M. J. Norton's.Rev. a :
-Dr. Harry G. Utley, Sunday Monday on a
She to Tltusvllle Cleveland
expects to return on street 0 arrived In Tltusvllle under the a.ame of Robert Free
I a t ten days visit to his old home Ineighanilotlier Sunday.: visit to hit. wife, who Is visiting her sister last Wodne day. He Is traveling over W. F Allenof Tltusvlllo, wentto man A Co., which was changed: last I
|; places In North Caro- ; Mrs. S. E. Rice. Mr. Baron looked friends.
Florida, and speaks In flatteilng terms Cocoa, Tuesday, to join some week to Freeman Bros. \ ,
Get a big mall. Your name sent to
|i, returned to Tltusvllle, Tuesday over the orange crop In this vicinity In of our pretty little town. I In a deer hunt. He returned Wednesday '
friends In Titusvino
Mr. Freeman's -
different firms for 100.
( ) many
nearly 10(1,001)
'hL Mrs Utley met her husbadd in the Interes of the commission house and his neighbors are wondering "
\kionvllle. L. P., Lock Box, 43, Stuart, Fla. which he represents.WE If you want to buy trade sell or have where, the venlzen Is. will be pleased to see him return I
again this winter, and, Mr. Freeman, we I
Typewriter write
your repaired, Typewriter ,
-Mrs. C. II. Clark, of Sanford, has .
-Sire! Amy Monroe and two children, ARE AGENTS FOR CUMMER'SOrange Expert, Box 43: Stuart, Fla. PHOTOGRAPHS.: kinds of' photographs are Informed that the hunting never was I
been the of her friend, Mrs. L. C.Brannlng '
have the.summer with Mrs. Boxes, quality the best, price taken in tap-to.dasestyle from better! i
spent ,
Tltusvllle this week arrlvog _____________
-Mr. W. S. Brannlng, cashier of Indian .
Write for
Con'e no higher. quotations.
loron'g' lather, Mr. D. N. at $1.73 end upwards per dozen. Port'raits
> Tuesday afternoon. S. F. TUAVIS & Co. Cocoa Fla. River; State Bank, Tltusvlllo, le- J>oiitlatry.Dr. .
|ton;Fla., and at White Springs: re- Crayon, Pastel, Water Color and
oed> to her Titusvllle home on Satur- -Mrs. J. S. Stewart left Sunday for -Mr. A. K. Wilson\ editor and pro. turned, Wednesday evening from a few Oil Paintings at; most reasonable r..telll. -
last. Fort" Pierce, after a month spent In Tlusvllle days spent In Green Cove Springs und J. W. Newman Dentist of Wost
y prietor of tbe St. Lucia County Tribune, and enlarged from any small photo- ,
with Mr. and Mrs. Marry Wilson Jacksonville, visiting Mrs. Brannlng and Babies taken Palm Beach will be In Tltusvllle for a C '
was a visitor In Tltusville, Sunday aud graph. as quick as a ; ,
want a good old Be-
fen you new.or the
>silt Typewriter make. cheap and She will be the guest of Editor A. Monday, being In attendance at the wink. Call and see samples' of our week, and can be found at the brick r
any ,
Guarantee, write Lees Box 43, Stuart, .. K. Wilson and family' while in Fort funeral of the late Maurice F. Goldsmith -The Red Cross Pharmacy. have Installed work, and and have your photographs building In front of tbe Court House. j

'Ia. Pierce. and acting as pallbearer, as one some more handsome silent sales taken now, as we will leave soon. lie will bo pleased to see any one desirIng -

You should call and see the beautiful line of the delegation sent from Atlantic men. This store is now entirely II. FAUST, Tltusvllle, Flu. any line of dentistry.
-Mr, II. B. .. ..
Mace of Wllllamsbrldga, I IDrannlng' equipped with these show - M
of $:i.OO Hawe's Hats at Penney &; Lodge No. 30, I. O. O. F., of Fort Pierce. up-to-date -Mr. W. 11. Gregg, Sr., that famous
|T., who Is a partner in the depart- i oases, which makes It to the city
Tltusville. up Hotel Men-Attention
of !Sir Iznak' Walton who
and hould have disciple alwaysspends
Int Every man boys a ,
store of John R. Walker &; Co., stores la appearance.
I ivllln, arrived here Sunday, for the -Capt. Bennett and wife, of Eau Gal- Hawse 3.00 hat. A most complete his wlnteis on the East Const,

ator, and Is comfortably .located ate lie, arrived in Tltusvllle, Tuesday of last line at I'enney A Drannlnlllr. {'". ANTED-Travelor for established coming eRI'Iand returning late In the A Boston Hotel man would like to go
House. $12 weekly to start. arrive in Miami the South this. winter, not for his health,
RIveFvlew. lIe was accompanied week, on board the houseboat Rochester. Jlomer Conkllngj; who has spent Expenses spjlng, expects to
paid. References. Address last of this week from Montreal Can. but for a change
fir John Geltch.Mr. The Captain brought the Rochester to ,
the as head salesman In the
past year 122 Ono G.Clows Tltusvllle Fla. has the Would accept the management of any r
tnsvllle[ to have her hauled out onNelson' Mr. Gregg spent summer In
Clias. II. Walton, who has been Walker Grocery, left, yesterday, for Melbourne various. of Canada.ADDITIONAL large or small hotel, or would accept a
and In trim for the parts
ways put -:Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives Mr Bert
N eral for a week's visit. He will then ,
weeks past at Asheville, N. Steward's position, at a fair compensa
winter work, but the ways were so full to Tillman to take charge of his uncle Ivas[ and the Misses Laura and Elsie, of LOCAL and personalnews S '
Jleft, Monday for Savannah and from go t Ion. He has had much experience In
f 11 ha loft for Jacksonville\ where he did not get the boat on them untlll hfr. R. A. Conklln 'I, place, while the Philadelphia, Pa arrived last Friday oo page 8. You must read every hotels of all sixes: and under all kind of k
Monday. lIe made this olllce a pleasant night to spend the winter at their homeIn In the ADVOOATK If wish all
was present at the banquet given latter goes to Cuba, and will bo In Mr. page you conditions. So fuel equll to anything

"Inenday, by the Jacksonville Board i, call Saturday afternoon. frown's store in Melbourne for the win LaGrange, near Titusville, as Is their the news. you have In the South.

Trade, to the editors. lIe will arrive ter. Mr. ConkMng has made many custom every year. Tbe many friendsof By communicating. with Mr. Walton,

|]Titu vllle tomorrow Furnished Cottages for Kent. friends In Titusville, who regret exceedingly Mr. Bert Ives are pleased to see that i Pineapple I'liintatloii for Sale I of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Tltnsvllle
to nee him'leave. be has entirely recovered from the attack
Fla. He can give you particulars
House for l ent. Two Furnished Cottages for rent In FURNITURE, of blood poison in his" left hand. Twenty-four acres. Ten acres cultivated l as to my ability, sobriety and ;
Melbourne Florida. Each has five -- House and house.
character 1C. T. Adams House
DRV ,GOODS, or A. ,
p! IVaI ton Cottage in South Titus- rooms and bath room. Hath rooms NOTIONS, Beautiful Winter JtoMldeiice Dock and bulk-head. About] half a mile Boston, Mass. I

led for hunting and fishing. Three kitchens have sinks with running water DRY BATTERIES TERMS. Apply to W. '1'. WKLLH, Cottage For Bale.

bites walk from the depot, stores. and up-to-date cabinet gasolene ranges SHOES and For Sale Cheap. Ideal location on Melbourne, Fla.

!frees IoS:e, churches; etc. Apply to or Handsomely Furnished. Up to date. HOUSE FURNISHING GOOD: Indian River, near large hotels; all mod- A Six Room Cottage, just completed, T

the ADVOCATE, Piazzas on two sides. Rent for season CHAS. A. GARDNBU! Tltusvllle, Fla. ern Improvements. About one acre Orange Wraps situated! on Barton avenue Kockledge

Tltusvllle, Fla. (one month or six months) $:JOO.! with orange and other tropical fruit Florida, opposite White's cottages. Has

Apply to W.; 'I'. WELLS, For Kent trees.. For particulars address i Car load of those elegant silk tissue never been occupied. Large, bearing

IU\'eHtlJ'ate. Melbourne, Fla. A. MULLAH, wraps just received. Send to us If you orange trees on the lot. Convenient to

Box llJ< A. F. D' No. 0 Dallas Texas. want tbe very best paper.
f the Hunter Ledgemore, Rockledge, Fla., opposite church, store, postofllce large.hotels.
For Sale or Kent, EAST COAHT LUMUBII: & 8VI' LY Co., A .
ye good bargain.
have Hotel Kockledge, a twelve room house, .
a complete line of Guns Orange Crop for Sale. 12-2 Eau Oallle, Fla.
'"" with stable and carriage house Artesian For particulars, Inquire of
Canes, Leggings and Hunting Furnished cottage on Barton avenue, .
(Is. Rockledge. For particulars writeR. well and a variety of tropical shrubberyand J. J. WUITE, i
For sale, this year's crop of oranges Florida.For tf Roc:k I d'lfe Fla.
L"18 fruit. For particulars oddresr, ,
housewife: F, HATCH, ,
and tbe -
grapefruit on trees .
D. P. Merwlo
v* to call your attention to our tf Rocklodge, Fla. \ Orange Groves, Merritt, Indian River, I Rent, for season of 19(10-7)( ( the
Milford Conn. For Male
Imported .
crockery; also Mason's Fla. For particulars apply to T. F. Nev- Hartwell residence of eleven rooms, In
I Ware Jars and Jelly Glasses- On En Onion Seta For Sale. IDS, U50 Clinton St., Brooklyn. N. Y. I flrst-c1as condition, at ftockledge, on My place here,-known as. CERES, :25
Walter .
we lead with a luUpurchasing line. For Inspection apply to L. W, Indian River, In center of orange belt.
II..Builder While and Red Bermuda Onion Seta Drawdy, acres. Fronts! on river half-mile from
'I'. orders In early. -- Merrltt. Crop 3,300 boxes. Further Information, can be had of the Inlet and the railroad
os a ':all now ready, get your good waiter can find steady employment opposite station
il/dwarl. before your 'rice per bushel of forty pounds, $...:-.0. by calling at, or addreailng Seymour Morris\ Room 1217 No. 1.13 I ; adjoins Government reserve, ou

"tfgilte, our CRKXSKAW BROTHERS SEED Co., TUB STKitLixa, Fruit and Vegetables Adams street. Chicago. whloh Is the weather bureau, lighthouse .

W'LKE prices are right.HARDWARE 8.4 Tampa Fla. Titnsvill, .'Ia, and naval wireless statlon0; room dwelling .

CO.'fltunllIe Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of HOUMPN For Hell t. and packing; house, both old, some

Fla. Shot Guns and Itlfles. .Galvanized Wire Cheap.We Bay and Julia streets, Jacksonville, grapefruit" orange and gnavas, 3 acres of i
VIa., always bring good results. Their Furnished houses to rent for the season pineapples In tine condition, fertilized

Wood for Sale. We have a fine line of Shot Guns and have several tons of GalvanizedWire facilities for handling Pineapples, Grapefruit 100.V6.; Best hunting and fishing on and food for 1000 crates next season;

RWe Get, ready for the quail season. No. 8, to No. 16, which we offer Oranges; and Early Vegetables can- the East Coast of Florida. I can furnish splendlj; hunting, fishing and salt water
or ; :;
ad oak, an ?._ Also plow- Prices are right. very low to close out. not be surpassed. This Is one of the just what yon want. Write to bathing. Price f J(>00.

lIntsnn; aarrowing. See or address J. JAS. PBITCHABD & Soy EAST COAST LUMBER & SLTPLT Co., oldest and most reliable houses In this Jonx: R. WALKER. HAL P.IIARDIN.

Tltnsvllle, Fla Tltasville Fla.. Eau Gallle Fla state. Try them. TltasvllU, Fla, Jupiter,



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Free and teller For Erin lu Sight.

When the British Liberals. were FROM GIRLHOOD TO WOMANHOODMothers \ '
Masons. rIE3EJ
Accepted xJJU
/ trimming sail! weather the storm of

parliamentary elections It was predict. ,

;' ed by their opponents that they mightgo I
Should Watch the of Their Daughters-
Indian MR flE.N* * so tar In promising; home rule to

River jSK5\SSi; Tltusvllle, Ireland as to melt with tho fate of Interesting Experiences of Misses Borman and Mills.

Gladstone In bis lust and dual defeat

, Lodge y VFlorida.. What Gladstone proponed) to give the I -

Hold It*m".tr'jtlltl."oi>ii ' r of enoli, niniith In thu .W,,i>nlo 'l'onijl. I'I'I
.' TltuI1e, at 7 Lao: "',,Iouk |). u.. upon today But the English/ UnionIsts I I

F. A. Morgan. Worehlpfnl, M"iitr. and Conservatives of loamy areas
John N. Wallur, Hunlor Warden l
violently hostile to the Gladstone
fillip W. llolmru. ..luiilofVanlen." ,
O. K. mien, .'.>..itfMirar." principle of Iiouuruin for lrl'lnlltl OM
J. I..( Carruiliorn H<.:"..tnry.A .
1>. I'enney Honlor UMU'NHIPofryll. their predecessors were when they

O. 11. Walton. Walton, Hun Junior I..,Hrewunl.I>e"rOIl. turned down the grunt louder and T TACKS: :

M. 8. Biun, Junior/ Htawaru.J. burled the hopes of his life. under! n .
It.Walker, ('liHpliilr., .
i F,A. Uonlny, Tylor.INDIAN mountain of ballots years ago. N tinier.

sus have! been the. conJ<'CturcH made

ItlVKK CIIAI'TKU: NO. :n. before and since the lute Liberal trl i lr I I I

1 tOV A AIU.U MAKONU. 'umph n't the polls. us to the nature ot

The Indian' River I huiiier, Royal ,tali Ilaenn." the relief for Ireland the CampliellItnnneruian ::sr.ocx
meet the Unit Wedniiidny of well mouth at the ministry would bring before .
Alawmla Temple.
The following 'are The nltt'jer of thin chapter parliament. Recently tho London

M. H.Ram, Excellent; lllll| 1'rlent. Chronicle outlined what It nss.,rts will
,1. It Walker, KinK -
It. N. Andrews, Horllie. be government bill to be brought

JI,. A R., WIIHOII'Morgan, Hunreury TfBHiirar.K. ,. forward nt the next Houston of pnrliu, MATIl.DA Bt1"MAN
T.1.IIUIM10"11,10'H. Sanders, I ant., Prlnnlpal,c.f (lout Mnjourrwr40eo. } ment. No nttc-mpt will bo made, the ";

M, frltnhutt Knyxl I .,vh uptuln Chronicle snys, to Interfere with Ire- :
F. M Taylor, *ia.t..r of Third, V.
J.N. Waller, M.u..r"rM..un,1. V. In 1111'11 present relations as part of the mother information ache, and as I have hoard that yon can eh Is a new and great Invention, as It naves time, money and labor It will n

O. A.Hcewart MiiHteruf runt V. I'.rltlHh empire and the Irish members which is of vital Merest to her young helpful advice to glrl in my condition/ I am horizontally, upside down or at BUY anglo.tf It la Impossible for the rope to
J. D. Klillln' Menthol Mills Oquuwkn, IlL
writing -Myrtle
I of the parliament at Westminster will daughter.Too Dear Mrs.you.I'Inkbo.mCs..col1l' Letter.) when locked, and no lever or tiigger rope attachment la used in this dot'

retain their sents. But the necessity often this ia never imparted or is It is with> the feeling of utmost gratitude There Is only one hoist, lower and lock the load, nod It Is impossible for the rop.)
OHIIKIt; OK KA8TKKN 8TAIC. withheld until serious harm has resulted
I that I write i to you to tell you what your chafe and thrre In to cut of older in ibis tackle bitMay
boifles jam or no'lilng pet original
of for the administration of local ,
Frlondehp.' li.ipier, so. It, helix 'Its inuetlnE' to the growing girl through her valuable medicine has" done for DIe When I
H the Mmtonln I j Unlun:: ; taunt, Titii: vlllu:, nn tie nfTnlrM ns we have In America Is. ignorance of nature's mysterious and wrote you in regard to my condition I bal be seen at the ADVOCATE clllco, THusvllle; The S. B. Ilubbard ('0",
ant and third' 'Ihutadga In each month .tM/ltJ consulted wveraldnvton but they failed to
wonderful laws and penalties.Girls' E. O. Painter & .Co. Jackttonvllle.THI5 .
in. The following ire the oflluer of thejhapterl ,,recognized and measures affecting Ireland understand my cuno ant I did not receive ,
over-sensitiveness and
and modesty benefit from their treatment. I followed
solely having no relation to any
Mr*.n.JIt.n..hhln..W. M ] often puzzle their mothers and bridle advice and tank K. 1'inkhnm'i
John It Walker W. I'. the rest of the will !bo your Lydia
empire pasnet
MlnnCatliMrlun Suns" mnnlaUi M.MlM physician; an they so often withhold Vegetable Compound anti am now healthy
1 Kara )Htnwurt, v-'nndnatrasa. upon lit home. Thin fs the extent of their confidence from their mothers and well and all the diHtremlng symptoms.
desslaRandara! AHHoitlare Con. which I had at that time hnvedtwtpppent'ud.nMyrtle -
Mica | and conceal symptoms which ought
the homo rule feature of the Liberal "
Mm Z"n.lI"Kt..w..rt I'remurer. to bo told to their physician, at this Milk, Ollullwkn.111.Mills ) ', :' :t.
Mrt K. It. Wlliiii, r). o rotary. ,j bill and Is far short of that absolute critical :Matilda Kormun writes Mrs. ;, ,'
Mr. P. A. IMoriran. Ktitli period. ;
a Mr*. J. It. Walker, AI... political home rule which Irish Nntlon- When a. girl's thoughts become sluggish : Piukhum. as follows:
Mr. ]M. A, Mer rlinurnuiir, Martlls
L' Mra. J. Kline, .:, tor.Mr lilts have long vehemently demanded I with headache, dizziness or a disposition Dear Mrs. I'inkham:
J, 1>. Rums, hlncta.fha us tho reward for their fealty to national to sleep, pains in back or lower Before taking Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable
B ;'. II. Walton, Waider. iimba, dim, desire for solitude Compound my periods were Irr"KII'I..r
J. I/. Carrutlmr, Iknltlnul.1I parties eyes ; and painful, and I always hud such
11. It. WIlHim, Murnhiil.Gao. when she ia a mystery to herself and dreadful, helle.I.....'..."".
.. The power whlvh It Is proposed by friends her mother should to her .
]M, ltf bbln*, Chupiain.TITUMVILLit coma But since taking the Compound my headaches
am \ the Liberals to grnnt Ireland over Its aid, and remember that Lydia E. 1'Iulc- have entirely Mt' we, ray period are a k
]I local affairs differs from that ham's Vegetable Compound will at regular, a,11 am getting strong/ anti, well. 1 C>
CAMP: : NO. 141. enjoyedby } this time prepare the system for the am telling all my girl friends what Lydia E.Pinkham'Veg.dable .
; tho several states" of our Uniou In and start this Compound nan lone fur
coming change, tryingperiod
lE J ?: me."-Matilda. Boruuui, i'armington, Iowa. SHOW 1'
that the United States constitution In a young girl's life without ,

I leaves to the states! all the powers they pain or irregularities. If you know of any young girl whois THE FRONT
sick and needs motherly advice, ask
., into not specifically yielded to the con; Hundreds: of letters from young girls her to ad.lrl'S8Irs.\ 1'inlcham at Lynn, OFrTHEWALTON -
and from mothers their
trill! government, while England propones Mass., and tell her every detail of her
for what E. l'inkham'sVegetable
;.. gratitude Lydia symptoms! and to keep nothing. back.
to dole out n few privileges to Compound has accomplishedfor THESE ARE OUR
She will receive advice
Ireland and reserve all the rest for them, have been received by the from a source that has", absolutely no rival in the PAT. BLOCK PATEMT LONG.ROLLER -
J<1. I'inkham :Medicine Co. at
Lydia ,
parliamentary control. The privileges experience of woman's ills,and it will 11
MontH every H rut anil third Monday'' in eachmouth grunted nre mainly administrative, as Lynn, Mass. followed put her on the right/ road to a BEARING
at IJ p. III., lnrp) at tb" MuimluTemple. Miss Mills has written the two following strong, healthy and happy womanhood. SHEAVES.
the management of unnnccs, schools,
letters to Mrs. 1'lnkhain which d
Lydia 10:. IMnkham's Vegetable Com
Coniul CominamlHr .
.::: : Hurry I.K.Waiknr WllnonAdvlHurLleuUinaiit roads, etc., virtually about; the same as will be read with Interest: pound holds the record for the greatest /

Hanker .. . . .. K. C. O'Diikllng the KusHlan government yielded to the Dour Mrs. PlnkhanuFlrttt( Letter.) number of curcj of female ills of any
Kunnrt: .. ... ... .. .... 0 I, MumlavllmOlork
medicine that
\ .J I, CarrtitherWmaliinan Kemstvos under the old, regime. Not I am but fifteen years of age; ,nni deprewttl, world has ever
.. ,... ,. ". .. .1.NWalior bare dizzy spells I Sentry.... ... .... ... .. J .n.l<:nnl. only are foreign relations and all general L.; nnKhanrs ; .
LYdia : vegetable compound Makes Sick Women well. .
Ulreutor.... .I "I'.wllxnn laws to remain In the hands of : : I II
R.n ryl". and H .1.Norton
T Camp IMiyalclan .. .. ............... K.K.; Hollijn\ parliament !but the Judges of tho Irish
All vlHltlng Woo 1tnon are cordially luvlked to courts will bo named from the seat of
attend the Meetings.f Science and the Soil. I
I Imperial government P lmO&'. Itlght to Hiile Cub .
One Inevitable result of arguments!
.. ....... ....e........... Gladstone's plan wax for a council of I Those Cu'wnn who believed tunt they
like that recr-njly put forth by J. J.
: : two chambers to legislate on Irish local were unfairly treated not to say robbed -
IIIll urging; the musses to return to
affairs( I The Liberals. propose a I'I of tho |M>litlcnI rights, nt the election -
: HOW BANKS the soil n* u menus of sustenance Is to'
simple chamber compose of 148 members. lust year took u long time about I< evoke the answer" Hint the earth'svegetable I ) 1l
I : In order to prevent the Nationalists I putting up H vigorous protest. Chargesof e {
product Is not sufficiently! /4
i INCREASE BUSINESS from getting control by too largo generous to supply nil the wants of I, fraud on the !part of ralmn's adherents r r

majority only 100 members will be were nmdo during tho regis
mil 11. In nil a;JCH men have looked
: chosen by popular suffrage. The otherfortyeight tration. It will lx reuiemliored that
upon the treasures of tho mines ns important
: wlll be chosen to represent 0110 prominent candidate opposing 1 tho
factors' In civilization They
larger areas by a suffrage/ based on re-elertlon of the Palma administration

I I property iunllflcntlois. Doubtless! the have risked more and worked hnrder resigned and left the country before Walton.Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheave
to get out gold silver, Iron nnd coal
Nationalists will start out In council election, claiming; that gross frauds
than 111 making edibles grow )Ir.1I111'M -
with it good working -maJority, but If were Intended the polls nud his personal -
J theory la that the burled wealth
they show themselves too Independent safety wits threatened.
will soon have become exhausted. Cer-
) : to meet tho views of tho crown the What seemed strange to tho peopleof
taut forms of Industry will languish;
r government will have chance to culla : this country tune that the protesting
mechanical employment a'ud Its re-
new deul at the cad of five years, for wards will fall Cubans threw up, their hands at tho I I II

the bill, vouched for by the Chronicle away. start Instead of fighting It out nt the
Now, It Is not strange that mistrust
Is to l>e subject to revision or time. Very little violence occurred at

amendment at the Qnd of that period. of ,unt lire's generosity; Is prevalent In the polls, and the olllcers claiming
I' a many iunrtora." Pant generations In
Great as Is tho advance foreshadowed! election were peacefully Inaugurated.In .
Amerlcn! have had n'hll rtt time at farmng. -
Dos Mollies '
r this the crime of 9Ir
In this measure It will not satisfy! theNationalists' country grossly
:\Mining under the worst difficulties
era lire learning too
aspirations for genuine padding the registry by the party In
advertise. This Is prod better. Mining developed
< and thorough homo rule as It existed power to Hevure Its re-election, as. was
i the great reason manufacturing nnd varied
Od : for; a time before the uprising of 1708. commerce, the case In Culm.,would have I been rebuked -
Dewgrowing Moines banks uro for the muscle Ir i I Iu
morn gain expendedfront
at tho time of
It. It was supposed

in the so bunking rapidly.lug .business Advertisthnt is- Tw ID'. Autobiography.The tiny to day. But agriculture has that feelings of patriotism antI

r ; a new departure," but It Is ocr autobiography of an Interesting not fallen Into decay. Science has been n desire for pence caused the Cuban

I .coiupllshlng wonderful results. : man U in Itself Interesting It It tells busy learning 'Jetmous from the noil. Liberals to let the crisis puss' without ryl

A local banker who has !been the render how the subject came to be The earth cannot give up ceaselessly resorting to arms. In the end .sllch u lug Il I

using after of display tuless "something I I""*, given buck. ;Every
pnge : what ho loJ.:- Mark; Twain's aim lu conservative counsel did not prevail.

: advertising In the local writing of himself has been to set old section! of tho country has had its

I : newspapers recently said: : down tho things that have Interested lessor of exhausted soil. Science The proposition Is heard In some

: "ThrauKh our ndvrrlUlnar 1 : him in his lifetime This will show ouches the way to replenish the soil states to abolish tho hank examiners. I

believe we have increase to HID 'world the Ideas which went to and "make two blades of gruas! grow Only one amendment Is. necessary to

: our number of depositor.* : the making of the mind which has where only one /grew before," secure Its universal approval. That
C.I one- lb. past few .
I t tuonthe." charmed two generations or'readers. ---- will ,make It' rend to.nbollsh the bank

Q r. Twain Is one of the few' "who can Anton and Good Uo..."*. examiners-who do not examine. These long Roller Bearing Sheaves, which are looked upon as the grea
: nttsburg banks are spending :
I ... about a million dollars smile when everything goes dead Numerous suggestions. have been antl-filctlon roller bearing In the world, are without cages to hold the rol'place
.III : year In display advertising. The : wrong" unit CUll keep on plugging made in district where macadamized Our long' lost friend, the Cuban junta and therefore are far more durable and run with far less friction than

g +iYJl'f" big newspapers! of that city contain 8WI\3" When ho had reached fame and roads abound and automobiles are hits! returned to public life. It Is old-style cage. The sheave castings are made solid, standing double the ,tra)

: more advertising from the : comfortable fortune and was on the much In evidence of plans by which fair to nssumo that from this time the skeleton iron shoaven.! .

banks In town than from the verge of old age ho suddenly! found auto users! can bo made to pay a larger forth the revolution in Cuba will be

department stores. The success : himself bankrupt Since that time be hare of the cost of maintaining the conducted strictly In accordance with

that hus followed their efforts/ 1ms worked harder probably than he road than, Is exacted of horse owners tho rules of civilized Journalism.The .

: has led DPS Moines men to follow : It is believed that motor cars wear out
ever did before and he kept on emil : THEM SELLING IN THE NEW ENGLAND ST.fE'or
In their wake. Tho enterprising roads faster other .
ing. Ho Is perhaps ns nearly without tone than horse drawn day seventy people celebrated -
bunkers of tho city are : vehicles the thirtieth birthday of a family all kinds o? businesses where a Tackle IllockJIs used-
quick to the enemies ns any man In the world,
see of
ndvertlslng In educating the _: has seen most! of the ups and downs of One objection to taxing nuto users horse. At any rate that U an Improvement

and he could do favor and letting horse owners go scot frees on the $40OOO legacy to a
FlTl eople to save. The others) will : life no greater
Moon be forced to follow In their to the legions of English readers than based upon the notion that people cut and the Newport dog and monkey T' "

ti footsteps", or suspend. Dos by telling us how be dlllt. who ride In automobiles are already society events. Walton C C4o.t Ci

Il : Molnes (In.) Capital.Adverttaing : The humorist's account of himself paying heavier taxes than the owners Self-Locking Block

of horses and have a perfect right to \Vhy not simplified arithmetic and I
Is will of course be original not put upon
nn acknowledged
IIn I : : conventional linen. He he inflict more damage on the roads. This geography as well as spelling No
necessity In the commercial ; says '
tie danger; that the boys and Atlantic Avenue, : M.\S
world of tool-rrlnter. worked It out after a "systemless system. may questioned In no far us the girls getting BOSTON",

: Ink : ." Ills friend William Dean roads near large/ cities are concerned. tack to books will grumble over that .- - . -- _
1. About every home owner In the country reform -- 0' '"'
of the which
Howells plans
: This paper la road by the : the author confided to him a wise and pays taxes, but only now and then Croup. flas Stood The Test; 25 Yea!

builneaa men of the com Judicious proceeding, Twain remarks.saying does the city owner of a motor car pay
munltv. Banker who desire "1t lie had manifested a different taxes which In any way help the roads.A A reliable medicine and one that. .
to IncreaM their builneucan should always be
kept In the house
or : reach new customers : spirit I would have thrown him fine for overspending, which, wouldbe Immediate use la Chamberlain's Cough Grove's

Tlfo :_ through our column. : out of the window. I like criticism devoted to road repair, would seem Remedy. It will prevent the attack If

/ but It must bo way." The public fair to all. It N. the high speeding motor given aa soon as the child becomes

: ....... ...._...........a* uty Twain'. In which damages the roadbed the hoarse, or even afrer the eroupy cough
would add that own story
ce ry\ appears. For axle by All Doaleia. Tasteless Chill Toni
Twain's own way ,will run small risk most." Men who enjoy the fun of high
speeding should be to forth
wln-j willing pay do
d p of getting "thrown out of the Reader you subscribe for the EAST
remember the AUVOCATB ofUoe. privilege.
vI dow." .. ? No-Core-No-Pay. so cents.

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I-"" R/roHCB fabel'ebyglven of the Intention to American o* I'
M. BOBBINS, .L" "I'l'iy) to tint I Legislature of TreeVaras ,1':c f l'tZiir
ED. : Uie State rf .
I'lul ; : :: :>iro|>.-. Smart Ilfr.
G Idgat it* mirulnr I niMslou( ', in the year :
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR I lItj.omitv, to {|.Inri.ln.men u Mpei|In'lal I HiihHlHiiiie or lo ul iw law fullnve for HrovaiU: A Favorite Spot In woljil I iUuio..i>ber-i> In which No More : '

All Act C'iuluii. Hi "aiitliivi,,, ihe fluent Se'cton-Tha ,{ .Aiuorlfrtu'girl;, tonrlats
1 I AT-LAW. of County or lrevard0utnv : N ft \Wl llilittt, u rro \ I jl.; '
K.iror xeryI
to Imyim '
iVill practice in State and United States eachlyea for two tenrn Hdilltlonitl, for the tix 1 purpuiw of two o f"1 av I Coast _of. ...!: ,I: for them aid I wish their J '
IIIIt nlucltl. Y '" I".ihl 'hard "urr"e ". ill Cold Rooms 1 : :
Court.j .,,, rol :
,1 cuuntr.Ise j. m-o It l In IN true light IL :
It ellliut"ll Icy the 1.l'glot.lure of the (State ON THE BEAUTIfUL '' .
Liunbeit Tree of
j Office at TITU8VILI.E, FLA. of Phondn. : Judge "
, :Huoilon i. It lull 1)0 the duty of tile Hoard of before starting foe America on C.) If you only knew how much comfort pei t .7'

- L. OAULDKJ*), Comity Ida[ upon| t'umtnleelnnera thu .promtututloii. nl'ev..rd to thmu Comity of ono Hor-. or Just: the Place to Fit. utter a m'tinoii' at the ) lUll cnn he derived l from a PKRKECTIONOil 11.:: .
pv Inure" ii"titli () +. Heater-how simple and economical y .
| >ii8 'Jt'lt'd' l>y a mujniltv or tile
lntern.l votem, who ate Krcuholiloni.. of end n.1(!- I _. Down this watering place' of lloiu- ') )(rc totytltl.. its operation you would not be without I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, comity ova nlg' t..r all mliliclmiul. levy of two FlnelFlshinff and: n HiMM-hil oiibli' dispatch) from o it another day. '
mills I)
I "
J tiixo for ouch >c"r.lor! two >eiirM, for the, I,
' Will practice In all the Courts of Urn !state ''lirpoMi. of lu>'ing iiiuchlnurv to luulil; hard HI- I Tie town of Tltusvtlta ) lilt New York 1'rcws. I You can quickly make warn and cozy (( I
Ji aDd the United States Court limo pul.lio roHiU in mil.I county to low u tux utiuuKiiuwv of Continental any cold room or halloo matter in :\ .
Florida ol two mills it-urn lor I the Florida IXut Coast You
year two verve, upon all whiit part of the house. can heat r4
3 Mo,2J8. TITUSVILLE, TLA. property. in miiil county euhlet'tby| law to taxa I I : there and nt other resorts.
t.o thin, In addition. to thu other Inxus miles couth of water, and do many other things with the ,
law to :liu luvod.Svntlml ,. rcqnlroil by I I I north' of Palm Beach "la hl&hly: prejudicial I to the '
WEBB -j, Tlio levy of taiil t J. hcrniinhull I lie 11111410 It thOBal.l I north of Miami. The f
> board of County ,
F' liu.iutlful. young people are PERFECTIIONVt:
loin i ititioimrK at Ibo time rriuureil by law rur 'I'of the defunct
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: tho levy of nthur imiintv taxun, and) In the II to the ceiiteiN' of Mitrlnt Inter
I ", "uuor'r"1"lro" hy law for the Envy of other I Key West Railroad now .. continent In great : I/
practice In the Courts of the 7th ponnty taxes. hiUZIu19M: .
Iroult. Taxes paid for non-residents 4111:' 1>. f., (lAl-LI>KN. i I I: the Florida East Coast nttoiided. with nil their I CJ'.IIMC Oil Heater .
| also runs Into the town of
ad rents and accounts collected. I I )propriety. .
terminal of that the other In the paliL .
point night
Application for Tax Deed. ;
FLOIUDA.rjEMMIXGS (Equipped with Smokeless Device)
'ITU8VILLE. are several trains u ftwhlonnble llouiburir, hotel

Tudor Section g of Chapter lass,Lawn or t'lorld.iNOIICK Jacksonville and fairyland, with delicately Turn the wick as high or low m you can-there's no danger. :

: : & ANDREWS, I IS IIKRKI1V OtVICN!: THAT .t. n. mid line looking folk Carry heater from room to room. All parts easily cleaned. Give I
11 iinniiuiHvr of tax certittouteNo |w, season. intense heAt without smoke or smell because equipped with smokeless 4.
l nrouiid the tables talking.
domed the Nt day of August A.U..IIIM. Aa the county eat of device. 'I'
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW has Sled' HUM, oiTilllnaio, In inv i sloe and hoe and drinking. All the world (in finishes .nickel and oil $,
iiiailen > ill Mtloii ty. It has a court-house Made two limns fount hrauti-
| | < l.irtux dfml' inl".uelu japan
"ouor't- ' ). Tlierc were men niu I
Four PIERCE, FLA.'TKPIIEN none with luw Sold vertltlcate einbravui the Jail building with ) fully embossed Holds 4 quarts of lollciuhiLT iluixtrllieil, iiroperty. Bituiiteil In 11 ro- I" Turkey Russia Austria. hours. livery beater warranted. If you cannot get I t:
yard three Inmates. The j
1".1a..il county,6Iortow'Florida, to.wit: Italy, )France England;: and heater or information from your dealer, write to :ji !
: [ : E. FOSTER, Svvtloil4.: : 'Ilwnehq.24| | South milullvlHlon Flange' 3A of: Lot. 2. 1,000. Illness Is so rare, i i States.,; They wero there U nearest agency for descriptive circular. t 1
5 . 1 lie Maid I.,11 I ::: | lieinu: \: a HeHi>o'II l ac tin::.)iLito of the tor in town finds ample numbers, beautiful ,
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW iHmianue 1 Davl.l Ualnl of Minh CnliMH rortltliiate sultl c-ertlllciite In the Khali name, bare.ilotinu'l of. Justice of the Peace : tlresseil. contrasting TUB TTtt .. ... cannot 1 be I

Jyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. 'nuiioniliiK to law tax ilwu will Issue He, besides attending with their darker sisters -mp equalled for
thernon on the:JHIi! day or />oveinlior. A.I). HM!. its bright
JACKSONVILLE, J FLA.< witness inv olllcl, il I Kliruatine and Heal hue tho practice while the other "southerly, huulSj and light[ [ '
steady simple
construction ,
2fltli IIIIV! of Oi'tnliur, A. 11., I'hrt: hunting. sad to note that I they hat '
(Slof' tit ci.) A. A. HTKWART: go and absolute safety.
clerk clrniiit court Here Is virtually the themselves of the old fash. Equipped with latent improved burner Made of ,
STEWART, 'Ioe '\v (>. A. I Stewart,Diifiity clerk of their Amerlcau moth-
n.A. ::_ dlan River, and the bras throughout sad nickel plated An ornament to

FIRE INSURANCE. fitting out and starting save' looks they were ultra any room whether library,dinine-rooni, parlor or bed
GRAY HAIRRestored contlnentalH. They had room. Rvery lamp warranted. Write to nearest

Represents only strong and reliable cruising parties during to every foible of tho un agency if not at your dealer's.NT"ND"RD .

companies.Olllco to llt's Natural ColoARMSTRONG'S ter months; as the drinking of stinging;; OIL COMPANY. IneorDOr.....,.
comfortably equip a : : OIl ,.
Palm and floe Streets. ) ( lUinora and suioKlntf. Thla
ORIENTAL can here be obtained at : d.iuifcrous; cradle for mother -- I
TiTiisviLi.it FLOHIDA. HAIR REJUVENATOR sonable prices. Title Is "
I* a li.innl.iM8 olll11pounll that can be the! fact that the same I I -ESTAIll.ISIIKD 11'311EOSSOIr' !)- !, ,

GENERAL DIRECTORY. applied A'r. HOME.1'ieventM :. been coming here AIR TOWERS. a' N : :::: d<;, SON'
Iniir fiorn turning Riay.KeHtoiefi winters for that purpose ., .

u. S. SENA'CURS. thn gravest" hair to IIH natura to any other point Oorlnr'ii SrlitMii to Afford J f

P.fallaferro.... ... ........ ...JaoVmmvllle. color, when applied every second day fur Coast R. 1.lIory. .. ... .......... .. .. .1'ennucola. two weeks r ';
An application twice or three times a To the southeast of : ';. n well known physician lu 13U East Icily nnd 11 and :a.! Atlantic Wharf ClfAKLRSTOX) M. O*
utikClark.... .. ?.....*..,. ...LnkaClty. month will preserve ho naturil. color (If wide sweep of salt I'IIIRU.)', and nn authority on i iRE8ph.CTFIyr.LY ,
M.Hpiirkmaii.... ..."....... .. .Tinipa.m. : any hair fit a life li Tie. six miles In width), hygiene, has made a sliiKiilar SOLICIT YOUR bllll'MENTS: 01"i
11. Laiiutr,................... ...ltonticel o. One packiufl alit I.Mr'it lady one or ters of the famous Indian 1 I to the Berlin town council

U. 6. LANU OFFICE. two months; iiml will List. a gentleman -. hOlly Is now coiiHlderlng.

8. Hiiilil, ......... ............. ....ltejlowr. 1.15 mull lhx. fishing, wild duck Merlin correspondent of the
.0.Itubinxon. ... ... .. ... .. .....Receiver.Olllces ,seat with full dIicurldnss.stxgo; pnltil.il < and rowing can be Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples .
Chronlclu. l Hcherl'a!
Gainesville Florida. r. pro
at (; size 10 cents. Kuifcilar! ; iza 50 outit heart's content of the ,
EXECUTIVE DEPAKTMEJfT. l that the town council should

'p'Tenn II. Hrowaril ..... ... .......,O Clay Crawford ............Secretary ol state. 60 West the ocean beach at nhoiit ICO feet above the '
with oldest and
.V. 92nd Street, one of the most reliable comnil nlon houses in Cliai'lesion.

II. Kill. ....... ...,......Attorn yHBiiernl.mxoC Dept. 5 New YorK City. rect line east of tilt streets. These pavilions
I' Croon ... .. ... al Club surrounded :
''''' .Coiniitrollur.E by steel I
.McLIn: .... ,Comml8nlonflr; i Agrlonlciire.M :: disported; on strong -WHAT OUR SHIPPERS IIAVK 1'0 SAY- ,i
Hnllotraf.......Supt. Public lurttriiotlon.CIIITiiril acres of land. This reached by elevntorn. Their ,
K. .Foster.... ...Adjutant-Oeneral' Diute County J4UIHI I'or Sale. by some of the mOISt to afford rest and refresh 1':. M. ll, OunlM, fin.Opntlemen 1':. M. IIAYNAIin, Aubnrndal.Fla. '
Kratlforil< ,. ..... ..,. ...Bnrvejor-Ueneral I .
b t.flen.... ...... ......... ..State Cheinlat.tinn wealthy residents of Rood air to citizens weary of :-A great many growers Sales very satisfactory; think the best y
,.ot ........... ....Stata Examiner.Otllc'es I have received this season.H. }
Talluhassee, Florida For lIale. cheap the northeast. quarter south to hunt every noises, the unrest and believe that( better rOil II 11 II can be hail I
The cool, refreshing, smell* of the streets. by Hill priing' \ their good oranges north andpour T. W1IITNALL. Avon I'.rk, FI... 1
of HonthoiMt, .
.' quarter of unction 3 township -
fruit Hoiith. I have caiefully' Hales
sallnlaoiory. Yc.uhl\vedone
1 be plenty of neat In very .
ozone-laden breezes < up
\I.III"loon., .48, south of range 41 cant, ; close to 1 leered and shipped best \
1I.011ll0te".I. Fort I'lerca. ...Representative. the Atlantic Ocean and pavilions, plenty of flowers you my very your part i inn sorry that I did not shipall ..
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on oranges, and it given me pleasure to say my outlines to you.OKO. 1 P
SUPREME COURT JUDGES. are one of the most lemonade water innate and HuH sales, were equally as good and
H. hhry.... .....,. .. ,. .,..Chief Justice.: St Lticle River; 40 acres. of this Dealers."A' ). *. As to tho question In many your Instances better. than the bent 'IIOMI1KH, al. !>., Ali.r|...s, FU. !
B,.Carter, ...... .... ..Abaoi'late Jnatlue. Also, the northeast quarter of north phenomenal Scherl Is certain this Your sales art more than satisfactory.
1I.1'dvlur.. .......... ....... .. e There Is a large i' riles received froOl'norlhcllI hnnsiH. [ Thank i
east: quarter of section 18, township 38. would pay especially"' na no njipioclale your promptness and ploiiwrtntbiiHlness you ever so much for your excellent i
RAILROAD COMMIS3IUXBRS.tenon ! forest and prairie land You have done .
south of range 41 east; on south folk of be.neceHsary. and, fur from I rvUtlona, and take ,pleasure In finely. ;'
Browne . .
northern southern and i
Hudson Hurr, '.. .. .. .... ....I.lttlelUv..r.? St, Lucia River; 40 acres. Apply to !, the pavilions might be recommending my friend to ship to your L.LK A CIIESTE1tSt.AugustbeFh1.!
H llryan, .. .. .. .. ..... ........Klsnlmmw. daries of Tltusvllle artistic house We thank you for your good prices obtuliied '
C. I Dunn, clerk .. ... ........ .. ....VUnlxon. CHAM, U. WALTON, of the erections adding this and .
HMilqiurtem and oflloesat Tallahassee .'Ia.CmCUl'f Tituavllle Kla. 'vent thrifty to the beauty of the O. K.: FRANILIN. KU.liniii....., Flu. Season prompt return. '
Hope to continue shipping another
COURT. fertile soil, which now Gentlemen-lour: sales have been year

tar 9.J,mss,Tit vllle Circuit Judtrt. game. Here can be veiy satisfactory You have netted me \v. II. CHKSKON.! fltyiroltit. F''..
CJOIIBS, Orlando, '...'pronerutin Attorney. "'Fewer. Gallons: ;Wears Lungei' key and deer hunting to HARBOR. more money for my shipments than any Your sales have been very ntlsfaotory.We .

8plnjTorlll-Fo..rth Monday in March. -..... other house that! I have shipped to. I appreciate good work and
K.ll ferin-Fourth Monday in October. Fewer gallons; takes loss of[ Devoe ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle your :
the Slot Notable "Mottle" and to returns. Hope to do a good ',
HRBVARD COOMl'Y Lead 1 and Zinc than mixed paints. Wears has shelled ni/pieclule our promptness hope prompt
COURT. longer twice as long aa lead and oil. .. In the World. da a large/ buslncHS next season business with you next year r
R.l'lIoon.., .... ,. ; /
.,..... ...c..CountyJudge. lights, a reliable bank,
L.iaullon.. ," ..., .ProeeoutingAttnrney. the most notable "bottle"
iHtewart....... .. .ConntyClerk. brick stores, a Board the world la that nt Kiln ------.----- ------------- --

8lujf'l'erm-8ecnolllllonday,' Term In May.8'iininur FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE white churches large Here la II'nJllt reach of '
-Second Mo IK fay In August: '
M. Clark Co.
rail' Tarni-i-Secoiid, Monday In Novnmuer. ning extract and palmetto miles bug and! In dome Mason
S niter Term
-geoond In .
Monday Februsry.COUNTY an Ice factory law and \' lu wl th. Into thIs Imy

,B. SCHOOL HOARD fices, an opera house a of the I'ncltlc How through
Walker. Superintendent.Titnevllle. IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND
band, an armory Golden late. Thin U n Commission Merchants
'OIh.ra (
-", B. Arnold' Malabar' ; R. E. Mime, DADE COUNTIES.
llonavanture; J. A. Carter lfurnbuil.COUNTY and comfortable 'hotel a mill lu width lu It. nar

COMMISSIONERS. LAND FOR SALE, St. I.ucle and Dade bay, besides a number : and very deep. The proud 110 MURRAY STREET: NEW YOKIT. '

&,*. c""l<"nir, chairman Tlllmanr Win R. counties. Description of land: West houses in various parts of look out over this ticlene!
iltet TUunviilei John It. Allot, Indlanola; Ja of northeast }: and west Jj of south- tell you that hero la. an- MlII
*", C"0"; T. J. Cocksliiuc, LIt- .j The facts as presented
tt.r..lar- seiHlon are held flrat Monday in each 1(51( :20.100 acres St. Lucie county. a tendency to direct the : which Indeed xcems a very Pineapples Tomatoes Potatoes I

BKGVARD! COUNTY OFFICERS. West >g of northwest 3 and west >j many prospective of the CliMe. Aside r

?.Penney Tltnuvllle;, ...... .County of southwest X, sec. :83, township 3i: :own, In making their Immensity of this. harbor fa
1.Swwrt' TltiiBvlliei ..." .. Pro. range 3!), ItiO acres, St. Lucle. county. Interesting to notice that
*, ,TltuAVllle. ...County : Northeast U ofaoitheaat4, seo. 3, winter.We have fine DEANS AND AM FLORIDA VEGETABLES QUIt (SPECIALTY.: j f
)11'111111\0, ,. a two rivers after tra
Fan Iah11e.. ..Tax Aeeesxnr township :'IS south, 41 east big v-
w.Hill./tTiill"v"lef. ...Tax rollaotnr.LuJn.1 rangu. ;; Tltusvllle where Indian
great Interior valley How . .
lll ... : .....'.. ..Treasurer.Ohi. close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation - - -- -- - -----'
4.1rltll"v l .. ..Superintendent. on St: I.note river; 40 acres, sTo. 90/ F.; &: A. M., buy. Thus nature has fur
Tl'inviiie . ...County Surveyor. Dade Royal Arch serviceable! water roads '
p..kmwnTituevllle.! .... .. ...... ...8h"rllr. county. I er. / P. RluhlmlanCo.. a '
I'Norwoml'| 'fltu.vllle.. Relll tration Officer Also, the northmvtit u of northeast 1 I Chapter No. 11, Order of ( ; ;; a mont notable natural I / I*

TITI-8VILLK!: TOWN COUNCIL. 7 f, sec 18, township 3H south, range and TitMTllIe Camp I the very beurt of a rich
:2 B.Rl'1I.on.. 41 east on south fork of St. I..ucie nnd lumbering region.
mayor; .J.of.. 'Valler, marah.l men of the World meet
N y
Hu ) Murray Street J .
;.r"hll CQlh."torl; J. 0. Ennui. clerk and tre.... river; 40 acres, Dade county. Coast .. the Sacramento and Han
1 floury tax .Me."or O. A. Stewart to W. A. HALL Fla., The East
\ Apply Stuart
1\111011. E. I.. Braly. U. hi. Prltohard amt re of the sumo commercial
1. listed Friday
Nanning every
alderman The 001111011 -- ---- -- -
meet to California that the Hud-
ru..d"y III Back month.TITlII'U.U glance through Its
Roth Alike. l Y Ol'k. Oranges Pineapples 0
q.H.n"hhln. ,: HOARD OF TRADE. The wife In the middle of the night you can easily nee who at Han Francisco Is the ,

*.J.II. u,..'.'.preeldent.1.51.Dlxon' Meets second, treasTBtary. Wed-- was awakened by the loud snores of nent-merchants of our because It la the only

r.lght In each month at their rooms. her husband. She endured the horrible are up-to-date citizens, magnitude south of I'uxet; and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. ;

'nl'tD.lIv: racket as long as she could. Then asking for your tween these points Cnllfor-

nil hnuee.. aoilltant Cho| nmn(ro
nm! ntJranil 1J'"ninir' territory. Salary "Herbert, you'd make less noise If ; Sample copies of the I const, only occasionally bro-

nn udexpanvva I ee?,i 1.' Work pail Ple.""' weekly ntPo! .;ltlnn eKwii8 permanent... money you kept your mouth shut." be sent, free to any _little nn_ beach or n minor m inlet__ _. you also Give us n trial shipment Established 30 :years. 'f

intoetment.. "' ":"I''' Snare Herbert sleepy and surly, muttered: and the United States tlng steamers! mako land -. -- .. - -, --

( ...i ifWJ't"i.f'nrt'lrt"l":| !! toncpforflu
knettl .MunoKor, 134 E Lake St., Chicago. front but It U n mutter of

Ilrplaoed. The Tltusvllte Graded hazard.! In some places FREEOTHE RUPTUREDFor

:Mistress Why Bridget, what on has an efficient corpse of coast great cranes fixed up-

earth are you doing with all the broken whom hold first-grade hoist people .uud freight

dishes on the shelf Bridget- Sure, cotes and baa a school baskets. And the daring lit

1 rrv'e arse ara Mae Ivaltnaa AO mum, yea towld me Oi wur to replace months Here the must even then keep one 2.% t "
u aha you. lay hee eprnt In Instruction free, and years a. a upeclnllut In curing rupture, I have cured thousands upon I)
.r-ervelupnent-Inlt nerd a .a nlnrr everyone 01 broke-London Answers.OOOONOONOOOOONONN00. egiil'e courses' uDder lest a crashing storm thousands[ of cases, of rnptnr of all kinds. Literally. thnimanda of cases of dangerous -
tiro in
a1 L to a l otM at naktna n.wi Itlons and asiioclatlons. him and forever termi ; rupture of long standing and pronounced Incurable have, been, permanently

t v al"t tea.ahla ....l,. on the ecu. Thus It la cured by my slmplo Method. It U a cure that stays cured, and does away with
l sue .1.l A.a..1 it... great harbors mentioned trusses' forever Tln-UHiiniU of strong testimonials from cured patients. I will

0, M, FERRY 8 CO., : In Time of time share a monopoly of end a TREE TIIIAL treatment' and complete demonstration to any ruptured person

DeiroR, : In the first, month nf the ocean !commerce One fa- without one c..nr. 1"10"11 euro yourself right In your own home, without a danrernua -
Mich.t r war we had, 1 a atrl"lnjl< ward Surgical opvrHtlijn, pain, danger or Ions of time. Your elfnte demand. ?
f e necessity for preparation the Atlantic can that you accept this remnikflbln free offer and wrile me ntnee, Do not send! anyn.Miny.
2 ? / IF YOU RECEIVE SAMPLE: Mltnntlun by blotting out In The
Dt : J advantage of those who, | tiUI' tifntmt-nt and full demonstration. me nbnolulely frei I have ,
COPY OF THIS PAVKK ft ,b-tvu ahinKled tbclr roof ( eye all the port between a. 'liiuh aim In eniinir H few tnoie. tbonsaml cases of niptnre. t'utlntc rupture Is

: er." The virtue of and Portland sate only New tot an vxpeilmftx with me, a* my 2>> years of nctnal rxpnilence In curing many

9 -IT IS TOLE'I' 0 made blittory end given; to .. \ (, these In place of the lousitnds. of CIKUH nil) pmx %Vttle' for the Vita Treatment and l Full Demonstration -

Oct men. 'I he Individual a hospitable, Inlets substitute a iidi"y, and you will forever bless the day that you first !heard of the Rice
I'III'lct Rupture Cure. Ai1dn sn.
nation should be prepared fen cliff. lIe will then

LP IS OFFERED J WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO Jt eocy. Are yon prepared befare him which I Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RI E. '

combat the first cold you Francisco Its pre-eminence. 3(>a Main St., ADAMS, N. Y,

WORTHY. YOUNG PEOPLE.itta BECOME A IJU: SCRIDEn. | CliO be cured much more ) Kenyou lu 8t. Nicholas ,. - -- .. .- - .
treated .s soon as It has

*. r lemt?_n all.or roang educe pvraona.tioft.who no wlah matter to .. es .. and before U lias become .
U > to the Knlf.
... "i 1 It Ii buai..w I- ystem. Chamberlain' ( SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE
... -111m. .. mall forroourpga'rtatball-* : : 18> famous for Its cures of Shall you marry Jack If I
; : ->*nd..r. ? l'olaud-Ye. Und If
n'nrtr.y should be kept at hand you
nWrite belay.rtnae
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Stopping Place for Visitor to this On account of the Fln"lrllltlltO' MidWinter -
PUBLISHED EVERY: FBIDAY. i tramp problem will again be before Stale Fair. ,Fair Tampa, Nov. 14th to :2'Jtb. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
I the people of Florida this coming I the Atlantic Coast Line Ky.. will Bell
Entered: at the roxtolllrn l at TUimvlllo, Florida, Visitors to Tampa during the coming ,
j winter, ftiiil It is already being dis- tickets for one fare |plus) 75; cents (including -
ax niuid-ilH matter. State Fair will find no place to stop
admission for the l'ollnltllp.
coupoi )
cussed In the England,
equll to the magnificent Tampa Bay '
: base tickets will he on sale from
CHABLKS H WALTON, Editor St. Publisher. also, seems to be discussing the matterof Hotel. It Is famed over the whole points north and went of Archer, Ualnon- -- Authorized capital. $IOOCOC

. tramps, for Mr. John Burns, the United States as one of the finest hotel vllle, Kochelle, Hawthorne' and I'nlatka, Paid capital, - $25,00
, WBBKLV JOUBJIAI. DEVOTBD TO THB DBTBkdrmBNT well known labor member of the English to be found anywhere in the world. Its including these points, Nov. 13, 15; 17, r I up
L. or Tae IHDIAK RIVBB, LAKBWOBTU cabinet, on Investigating the managers have during the past summer 20( 22. 24/ 27, :.w.' from points south ot C Average deposits-,
expended :1OK: ; : ) on Its Improvement, '"
DI AND BIHOAVMB BAT..' S.DIsoontlnuau the above points and not Including them _
question, recently, wan. surprised and It afford the delightful .
tramp In prepared to muse Nov. 14th and daily Ihel'ellf'el', except, Transacts a General Bankiij
to find it large proportion of professional accommodations to the crowds Saturday and Sunday, up to and Including .
'M of advts. must tia made per
who will attend the Fair
Bally at this olllce or by writing. tramps among the unemployed I all trains scheduled to arrive In
Manager Lanber tells us that rates Business
before of Nov 20th. Final
who had not worked Tamp.+% noon
have been fixed the' Fair low
during a* limit leaving Tampa Nov. 30th.
e..eheaketo.WAI.TOH,,publisher.may: bo made payable CHABLIS even when employment was abundant l ns $3.CM) per day for first-rate room 'and The Tampa Fair tills year will be on a r Largest and Oldest Bank'an the River
Leaving to others the relief of the deserving board; but, of course, more luxurious much larger scale than heretofore, and
fur Information Bi'llYrers, he has turned his attention apartments may be seemed at higher large crowds will go from all points In w Y ..; Exchange bought and Hold on all Foreign
_>Er In writing to the AUVOOATB + ,
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01 my kind, writer will oblige; by enclose- vigorously to considering prices. A visit to Tampu would hardlybe this and other status. It will be an excellent ,i I 1' Countries.tVttronafre
lag* utauipuil-uddrenited, envelope. a success iinlnsH you patronize this opportunity to meet old friends .
what shall be done with the chronln palatial hostelry; and bo Is. a wise man and ; a-': 1 i appreciated. Prompt service, \poll
renew pleasant acquaintances. h treatment,and every favor conelstentwith Coervative '
BOSTON' OHTIOH!-Th brnnrh, Hnston melee and voluntarily Idle In London and who will nl once eogsQe'at.; room either Full Information can be had from all banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS .
or'J'ne .:AMT (OAST AKVOOATH In ,at !24 Milk by wiring or writing! to Manager Lauber Atlantic Coast Line Agents, or from a--, r"
street, mm In In nhuriru of Mr. Curl ]'. Mellows, other parts of England. Adopting the !
who will make ailvertlHlng contracts for thin bent of the I Ip in FRANK C. BOYI.STON, Empire Trust Company, New York. X T
points system vogue
paper.' \ TITUSVILLE TRAINS. Dilltl leG Passenger Agr., A. C. L w y: ..,,.t\\!' The Florida National Hank of JacksonvilleJacksonville
Denmark and( Ut'rlllanyll\bor colonies Jacksonville,Fla. -" +,.o..i'Et' Fla.

Addreai all communications KA8C: COAWP ADVOCATE:, will established throughout Eng- The following are the times of arrival rr.IrrU8rI.LLE, 'FI-,.. ...
TlTUSVILLB. fLOHIDA. land where the tramp'wlll be taughtto and departure of passenger trains to and JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at .
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work for his dally bread. For this from Tltusvlllo: this office, at reasonable rates. Give ----- ---
usa share of work.
0. S. Department of Agriculture purpose tramps will be considered as eo.TnaonaD.LesvesTltn.vllleforallamland. . ,
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belonging to one" of three entases i The I 8depla: About that line of .
Weuthor liiircau-Jupiter, Fla'T willfully Idle, the casual vagrants and Intermediate points .t I} II ten: pin :EJ: TkT.Successor PXTTS ,

MOKTHHOOND.LaaveTltusvillefor to R. L. MOTLOW,
The followlnlt IS" comparative slate- the genuine workers. Jacksonville I 2:nu p m
. rr" mentoftemperatureandralnfalifortbeweek The first will be compelled to work and IntermedIate points at j 8.00: a in F,3 -+KEEN KUTTER GOODS

ending Tuesday, Nov. 0, 1001itltni for from six: months to three years TirUBVII.r.K-HANtrORO nitAKOII.Dally .
I \ -199be } ) -- until the habit of Industry is thoroughly ( ,except Suiulny)

:. DATR. MAX MJN. MAX. MIN. Implanted. The casual itinerantswill Leave Titusvllla for Sanford } gi::: { a p !" They can't be beat
ai 8J: on H(o 70
1 711( ((18 7(1( 04 be detained but two days at the irrtvos Tltusrllle from Sanford | eae:+n5pw p.n .r I

a 73 71 78 03 labor colony, where they will have an '
I S-I (W 78 01I opportunity to observe the treatment MARRIED.At _? Sold by
'70 7.1: 80 (I tin :)
accorded the chronic Idlers. The gen-
\ 78 74 83: 73: the home of the bride's parents In
0 7S 1 7J: 8J: UI!) uine worker will be lodged and fed in
Osteon: Fla on Monday afternoon. November
Total rain fall for the week&.II\( ; Inohea exchange for labor and given a certificate nth, at 0 ::'IO o'clock Mr. Clifford JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
Departure from normal rainfall for the admitting him to the next E. Godbee of Sanfoul, and MUs Emma 4r ,

week: pills 4..Ml Inches. Departurefrom place of detention along: the road Groves, were united In the holy bondsof TITUSVILLE FLA.
normal rainfall since Januay 1, wedlock. Rev W. F, Allen, of J'ltun- ,
10.23: Inches. where he man repeat the program for a
plan vllle, officiating.Drayiuig. \ 6,1.,gam, - -
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HAL. llAHDiir, Official charge. period not exceed two days .
tFine \\ TXT'US"V'XLLEJ L..L'%v'>.! :T: = .'Y ST.A.DL
-- - ---- --- slut Hauling.
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SOME: people run euch poor kindof THE NEED OF ADVERTISING. Liquors. Wines, Beers,
All kinds of and '
businesses that they are ashamed -- promptly attended draylng to, and Satisfaction:: hauling/ Ales Stout Etc. FEED AND SALE SADDLE nOR Ki|

to advertise them. guaranteed. QfPSend me your orders I IflTUSVILLK .
An advertising solicitor In calling ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
Jon KKTTLKS Tltusvllle. and COCOA FLORIDA.
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-- upon the merchants of the city, frequently -

CLEAN: UI your places, and be asks the results advertising. - - - -- BAGGAGE ',i SUKREYf

neat. "Cleanliness is next to God- Very often he U. met with the reply TITUSVILL.K.; TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS <

I llness. Clean tipi I that "Oh, we don't need to advertise, ,

. - everybody knows us."' A greater mistake PEACOCK HOUSE TITU8VU.LE. FLA HAULING ETC. ;;, ..all kinds.

READ the ads of TI- was never made. Because a houseis Cor Washington Ave and Main !It.: _
C tuaville'a carefully merchants i established, is n very poor reason First-class Board at Reasonable Rates Restaurant and Retail Grocery In J. 3VE.: Osban::: :
up-to-date ]3
C :,. who are bidding for a share of for not advertising, and because a connection MRS. M. L, PEACOCK Prop. rear Law Office' -
with -
good connection was worked up -
your patronage.

.- - for the help keeping of advertising it up, but is certainly the warrant not INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY. }F6\ic. tib..g'..{:

I AN old lady on the witness stand for dropping it, We have conversed TITDSVILLK FLA. .

at Uellinzona, Switzerland, gave with intelligent business men wl'llllp PAPERHANGING KALSOMINING, VARNISHING STAINING, FIMs"l; >|
II prepared.to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention
]her at 102 but it ascer-
age was line who in discussing
In their particular -, SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC., ETC.
for Yachts for Fair Is .
tained on cross-examination that paid sacking or family use dealing my motto.T.
the matter of advertising, Old Furniture made to look like new Mirrors' Made and Re-Sllvcrcd
oho was IOC. She explained that WETMORE, Proprietor.
were ever ready to admit that the Reasonable RatesV -
I she was "ashamed of being so old." -
other fellow needs to advertise, "lie
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came here a stranger a few years ago r'he: Novelty Store: ,

E THE King: of England is probabI and he had to advertise; but I have Shop In Scrlmleour Building

I ] the only motorist who has ever lived here all 'my life, and everybody Stationery Books, Notions, Fancy Dishes, Candy, Toys, Etc. bon) and 10c. TITUSVir.LE.A FLOR11>.\,

o been regularly driven by a police knows me and everybody In the Counters.. u _ __
man. The men who have driven country knew my father." It !I" just -HOLIDAY GOODS A SPECIALTY-
i Three doors south of .1. R. Walker's Dry Good Store.
I nncli reasoning that one out o*. THE NEW CASH GROCERY STORE
the king have been chosen from puts I. M DODSON, TITUSVILLE, FLA. ,
r among those chauffeurs who drive patience There lie sits like a bump 1 -,-

the Scotland Yard official motor on a log taking whatever trade comes FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES .

care from the "old reliables" that used tot)I :Rlachcmith: : : :: Repair Shop.ENNIS HAY, GRAIN FRESH: FRUITIi.AND: VEGE113l
. deal with hU. father when lie was the >Ve buy as" low as possible, and soil for cash; therefore sell the chenp .t.

SOME critics are inclined to doubt only merchant in those parts.' As time & FORT. Props TITUSVILLE, FLA. Look over our stock and get our prices before buying. 1

, :I' the truthfulness of a report announcing moves on these "old 'reliables"' grad Wagon Makers and Repairers.-horse Shoeing a specialty G. H. HEATH & CO. s sCorner

that a Kentucky colonel imlly drop otf, their places are taken and down work have I\ttteotion-we ,
Up river our special pay freight one way. Main' and U Streets y
I has secured the exclusive right to by their sons and daughters or by Give us your work. We guarantee satisfaction. TITUSVILLE. P.kln8 FI.OKMTITUSVILLE t

bottle the water of the river Jor strangers. The latter are unacquainted. _. .. ..
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dan. It doesn't look, of course, with the. merchant under,1I "I1""ion.
. business s. J.C>RTtale7. :PARKER: :SEOS.:
like a Kentucky industry, but weT If you want to Increase your ,

must not overlook the fact that the advertise all the time in the DVOCATI' (Successor to Wagoner A; Co.) IFLORIDA.

I is bottled for baptismal :. -Dealer I !
purposes Tin: ciucL: Shoot; Iron: VPorlorTANKS :

why ventures, in ostrich farming famous" Hector Island Property Dealers In SUN I 16Gonoral
on Indian River at --- - --- - -- --- -- - ---
may not provo profltable in Florida, consisting of 11: room Hotel) and Clubroom : : rt.opnJ.r: Wor11: a,

for the ostrich is tough and the 7 room Bungalow, and 3 room Whitehall Portland Cement. ..
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t market \Iii good. Imported ostrich Cottage. Fine situation for a hunting, -- ----
feathers cost this 2,292- tlshlng or yacht club. Fine harbor. Ens1: FJ.c>>:rJ.d.n N'1rSOrJ.OSE8TABUSIIED : : '
country ,- t
With services of faml'y of three, as -
u 615 last year, and importers are keeper, sle"'lr.le1UaDd waitress, by the SOU Barrels wilt be received la the next sixty days. varieties of Orange and Grapefruit Tree mesatitandard -*-Flrst-claas In every w '

' still growing. The "tailor-made" former Game Warden of the I Quanpeaka Costs a little more than other cement but Is better. NO WH1TB FIT. :NOTE MY PBICEH :'
r and other severe forms of feminine Club of Rockland county :New York. Hud 3 to Ark ft. 1.20.0/per: hundred. Hud 3Uto4 ft. 22JM per bUD'': 3
r attire have their but Expert eulde, boatman and dog trainer. Buds to 6 ft. 23.X Bud 21n,4 toR ftSO.OOper huot
c feathers may and furbelows day, for Fine tinning, hunting and boating. . East Coast Lumber & Supply, Co., 7REIGUT PREPAID. Address,
go on Address W. NIKLSKS:
owner "VQ" . F. FLood
it ever. Brevard Co. Melbourne Fla. EAU OALLIE!: FLORIDA. DRAYTON ISLAND FI.ORH'


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EAST, COAST USTEWS. I St. 1-ucle county-Is claimed to be the Percy G. t1 )-

FlllK INBURANTR In reliable companies at : banner county In the state. The editorof '

******************** :: ln mlsiilon"enc rate Abs'iaets.. heat Mate i'. U. bandied WALruif.on AatTitusville coiu-.. I. this paper has some land for sale In ':I'U"U.sV"Ul.o. 1c5 '
/ Flu. that county. lie will sell It cheap for j I I II
cash. Tbla land will\ no doubt, trebleIn : "
Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our Ile ular : J. T. McGuIre, of Cocoa, was In Mlms value In a whorl time. Now Is your
the first of the week.W. time to buy and hold it, as the pineapple :
East Coast : TORNADO
Cores of Coi'i epoiitI0t. plantations lire rxpldly extending.-Ad. FIRE AND
'9. Urannlng, of Tltusvllle, was dress, Chas. 11. Walion, Titusville, Fla. INSURANCE. "j

......"""....._............ : calling on friends here Sunday.A. .
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K. Wilson and W. N. Ilendry, of I >

f- Please send' all communications Fort Pierce, were In this section Monday. Dr Hughlett was pleasant) visitor In RELIABLE COMPANIES. PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES

Items for publication to "Editor, Eau Gallie. Leslie Bennett left (Ifor his home In town Monday I
Tltusvllle Fla." Cocoa, Saturday, after unloading his The County Commissioners were In LOWEST RATES. ACCIDENT POLICIES ISSUED.::;

OCATE, large amount of orange boxes. session Monday.Mesdames. f

rW'e cannot guarantee to publish 8AR\1I ('. HODnSOV-I.lllsltlAlt' AND BOB Lott Price has purchased from J. Julius and Jo', M. Tyler t
OKU.N. Eau riallle. Florida. Sharp, 10 acres of land which be will' paid COCOA a visit this week. '
reach this office before HANDLED ON
g that do nut clear and set to trees the coming winter I ;
on Tbur da)8. The election on Tuesday List passed Mr. aud Mrs. T. }:. Lewis, of Kldred, REAL ESTATE .
i off quietly lu Eau Gallie. Mrs. Sellnu Roberts entertained Sunday were pleasant visitors town Tuesday. COMMISSION.Your I
evening, Mr. and Mrs. O C. Hansel,
Will correspondents oblige us by Heavy northeast winds. sod cloudy Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Flckllng aud daughters K. B. Ratileison has been very 111 but i I

Ing the names of people and places weather during the past week.C. Mr. and Mrs. J. Z. Kjior and John we are glad; to note he Is slowly Improv.

inlnlv as possible ? B. Owens has his boat In the watersof Deal.O. Ing.
Indian River,toady for use. C. Hansel and O. None have both Election day passed off very ivilellv Business Respectfully Solicited
Amendment was In tho
The )
Mr. nnd Mrs II U. Hodgson will\ take lecently purchased Unit milch cows from
Melbourne.R1 In the Carnival at Jacksonville this week. C. E. King, of Titusyllle, and are supplying mluoilty. Reference: Indian River State hank, Tltusville, Flt.T "

; their neighbors with rich jersey There Is a larger fall crop of pines thliyeir .
111 I'M. Quantock! has postponed her departure than there has been for u good
for Georgia to n. late date In the milk.W.
W. OOODK.-Real Estate, Notairyanc season J Duncan Is now at the residenceof many years. T Attm1ndor1! :.
and Conveyanoer. Agent for A tna W. O, Benson, where he will be for A. Snellgrovo has been Indisposed for I
,erpool and Londonand Globe,andre Hartford Alex Near Is having his Houseboat repaired several weeks while he ships the crops of the last few days, but we are glad to .

,id to Iniwranoa the interest Companies.ot non-Special resldents.qf attention. this week.and painted at Hodgson's yard fruit he recently purchased from Brown, see him, out again.

Carlile and Gaulden.P. Mm. F. Stetson left for Jacksonville A Savings Account with the 4
Sub..crlptions for the ADVOCATE, : Jno. :McAllister is pushing the workon W. Roberts, O. C. Hansel and P. L. tn attend the Carnival. Mrs. Jenkins I Is I
pink paper of the East Coast, will\ be the building of a new launch hull as Kyzer attended the funetal I services, at looking after her Interests here for a few
ived at tin Melbourne Postoffice. fast as possible. LaGrange: Monday morning, of MauriceF. days. '

- Mao ITod son accompanied ]his aunt Goldsmith, who died iu St. Augus- of Indian The First National Bank ;
At the regular: meeting
and uncle to the Jacksonville tine, bunchy morning.L. .
November 2nd, 1000. Carnival, River lamp No. 5:1: W. O. W.. Tuesday :

lie work on Paine Harrington's new much to his delight. B. Goodall, of Goodull, Fla.,'a large night: 'l'umVomltm ry woe Initiated In ,

no Is being pushed. The engine for II. U. Hodggsln's orange grower here and owner of one of the arts of Woodcraft.The .
' launch has. come to hand, and will bo lu the finest groves hate, Is planting; 10 held Korylee Miami: : F o.. H. !'
Miday's pretty cottage: on StrawIgo Kev. Chan. Moore
lixs stalled as. soon as possible. acres more of grove and setting with 10 \
avenue Is being; freshly painted. year old buds, diameter Ht bud of from both morning and evening, In St. An- S t'
C. J. Young, who Is Imployed on the ( S Inches. Tho handsomest trees drews chinch, U..t Hunday. Large con A insures not only abso- .
. B. Freeman of Chicago/ III., Is ono F. E. > in attendance.,
extension home
Ky. work
was goegatlons; were
set In this ectioo. is
ever lute safety but an'
Melbourne this
be now comers to visiting bill family this week. Ilev. Woodaon held services In the $i .('
(OU. Them was quite an exodus of ladies
Mr. and :Mrs. Koeftch and family are from Mime,_ Saturday, for Tltnsvlllo, Baptist chinch last Sunday morning to a incentive to practice I :
Ir. and ]Mrs.\ Henry Whiting; arrived again in their. home on Highland avenue, large oongiegatlons. In th* afternoon
whom Mesdames. tiollna
n Oberlin, 0., Sunday. They are among were the liver. economy and put j
'Btsof Urandvlew Cottage. alter a Hummer spent in the North Roberts, G. Nolle, L. J. Flckllng and Mr. Atwater was buptlsud f

The Unison cottage is being overhauled daughters, Miss Ueiinnn and others, who The many friends of Mis. lII' (Jold. away small sums : ,
. D Oslsn, of Southern Pines, N. C., 1 and! ienovatedand this week will' met and welcomed! buck their friends, smith worm shocked to hoar of the deathof i
been spending a few days In Mel receive a now coat of paint by E. pll1er.A. !Mrs. Lillian Itrltton, :Mis. C. S.: UIllouand her husband lu Ht. Augustine. Th whenever convenient. 1j e
Imo, the guest of his brother, Chas Miss. Blanche. llallou.J bereaved family have our heartfelt wym We solicit Mail Ac- ,
N. Mathers has his new launch, ;
m. Mist, In commission. The vessel is a pathy. _-. __
linn N'ellie Gard returned home Tue line one, and a ciedil to the builders on >o You Want n Nico Winter counts of ,$1 .00 and .' r.. _

after spending a few pleasant week Indian If Ivor.The Homo In Florida V A Badly Burned Ulrl which I. i
upwards we
h her sister, Mrs. liurnham, of Ma or boy, man or woman, IH quickly out of on / .
, Ga. J. A..Carr lot, on the harbor, Is ,
pain If Kuckleu's AI'lIloSalvJ) Is applied 4 cent inter-
pay per :
being; )put Into order for the owners.
dim S. Sammie writes from Brook. They will this the let FOR SALE-The McCoy property In promptly (i. J, Welch, of Tekousha, I
, X. Y., that he will be in Melbourne of January occupy West Tltusvllle, consisting,: of a line residence Mich., says : "I lined It In my family for est,com pounded quarterly -
Vovember Ills many friends moI and :21 notett of land, part of hick cuts, sores and all akin injuiies, and fine and
Ito I know this. C. It. Owens, of Orlando, has just Is. au orange grove, which will yield It perfect. (Quickest Pile cure known require no t ;j jI
completed a new launch whlh be will about 400 boxes of fruit this winter. Best beating; salve made. .1)0: : at the Red notice for withdraw- r- 1
[[ins Gladys Wells, one of our most take over to Orlando by rail, after cruis The residence Is new and In Ieltect Cross Pharmacy, I
radar young I ladies, IH again at her ing on the East Coast; for a lime. condition throughout, and contains 11 als. -
Uy winter home on the bluff after PLACE STAY
rooms, exclusive of bath room pantry
tiding the In the Wells' home
summer Blood Poisoning and china closet Hot and cold waterIn Assets over
,ake George N. Y.
bath room, kitchen and pantry. Bath
frs. Earl Alden and three sons, of results from chronic constipation, whichIs room has sanitary closet; laundry has Timipit liny Hotel Will Throw Open III .
ukegan, 111., arrived last week. They quickly cured by Dr.all King's New Life sanitary clones aud water facilities. >oore to fair Vloltur, Five Hundred Thousand Dollars

e guests of the Brown house for a from Pills. the They remove and infuse poisonous life germs and Darn, :2-lft.x30ft.( now and up-todate The management of the Tampa nay ,
days, but are now nicely located In system new In all Its arrangements. Carriage house Total, tho moot beautiful hostelry In tin
stomach headache .. .. "
vigor cure sour nausea, -
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of the I'owell cottages on the bin it. adjoining bal n, Water In barn. entire South, announce that a reduced ; .1''
dizziness and colic, without grip- Large chicken house, cement floor, price, from $..I.K) per day up, will obtainfor t
lis. Raymond, of Chicago, III., has Ing or discomfort. 25c. Guaranteed by '
also supplied with water" visitors to the Stale fair. Since the ;
red. the We McKarland extend a welcome Cottage: for to this oner. the tied Cross Pharmacy.. (hounds, eurroundingresidence: under days of Henry U. Plant, this hotel hall The Ocklawaha Nurseries Y
good cultivation Shrubbery, eto. never been in such a splendid condition, :
isant family, and will he glad: to have Cost I ,
over *SOOO. both an to comfortable furnishings and
in make a permanent home among us. Rockledge. A.-very clouded bargain for Homebody. delightful cuisine, as at the present time. TANOEIUNK: FLORIDA

lot el Carleton has at present the folio P. G- WALToN, Agent.; No one who knows things will consent .

\ /{ guests: AI r. and Mrs. W. '1.. of Lake Worth 'l'ItuevilleFla.rIf to stop at any other place, for life at the Want Orange: O rower*' to know that It Is to their Inlel"08tto- buy trees I "
lis and Miss Gladys Wells from Lake M. E. Spencer, was Tampa Bay Hotel Is what will be needed
White last week. from their stock, HKOAUHK: thel; have T1IK BEST TKKKS: GROWN IN
''iga. N. Y.; Mrs E. J. Ferguson and visiting; J. J. to make the enjoyment of the great Fair FLORIDA GOOD RESULTS nun only- be obtained from trees that have an r

,8 MacUlaughlln: Covlngton; Ky., and Rev and Mrs. McNary were visiting you do nut read every page -the greatest Florida. has ever had- AliUNDANCK OP GOOD ROO'Id, stems. that are STOCKY, tops WELL DEVELOPED
Hopkins, Washington, D. C.oseph Mr. and Mrs. Salmon, on Wednesday of this paper you are liable to Items miss really complete. A line or a wire to Mr and leaves, and wood that I Is ENTIRELY FRISK: OP INJURIOUS
some of the most Interesting local Lauber who Is the active of ;
manager INSECT LIFE. OUR TREKS have all these POINTS In
GOOD their favor
' Williams has of the neat- Charles. of Palatka aralved last
one Perry, which are scattered on every page. -' : the hotel will secure a room, and! those offered
and best Kept lawns and walks at his week and will spend the winter here. and we cordially Invite your Inspection.) SPECIAL INDUCEMENT are
ne on the bluff. Nothing adds so who are on the lookout for solid: com- to hone who will place their order now, for fall delivery. OUR NEW EARLY ,
cb to the appearance ot a place as to Mrs. A. L. Hatch, of Christmas, Is KHKVAKU COUNTY KASUHKK'S fort will do well to engage one at once. SKEDLESS ORANGE, EARLY AS PARSON BROWN, PROLIFIC AS PINE
pit clean of all foul grass, sandspurs visiting her daughter, Mrs. Joe Paxton. STATEMENT. 't'wenry.tivethousand) dollars has beei. APPLE. Ask us about It. Catalogue free. ,,;
this hotel completely ronovat
i weeds I wish bad and of New November let, IDflM. pent on ,
we In Hon. J. II. Derby family
more men .
' log It, this season, and It U now In better ADDIIKHH)
(bourne with his spirit of order. York, have rrrived at their winter home. Balance cast on hand >ot. t.t. 1UO6..$ 0,21)8) 1'J:. to accommodate tho fas'ldlou The Ocklawaha Nurseries
Amount received In Out. 1WM...... 2UI11 shape :
Mrs. E. M. nreese was visiting her )public than ever before In Its history. A

there the Is more Catarrh In tbla section daughter, Mrs C. D. Provost, of Ooorgi- Lend Total warrant.......paid.... ..In... .Oct... ..1INN1. .,.. ..llr'I5 87 O. w, CONNER, Proprietor 1

country than all other diseases ana, last week. and delivered to CountI/munussion.; .
' together/ and until the last few years ere and School Hoard.. .............. 1,741101) WEATHER REPORT.By TANGERINE: -. FLORIDA.! 5
< "iipposed to be Incurable. For a Mr. and Mrs. McCrary are located In Our CHEOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ants, fleas, and other
n many years doctors pronounced It their beautiful home on the boulevard, Balance on hand- Nov. 1st. 1DCO: ...$ -ll.rxio 14ABOVB Rev. Jas II. White, observer for vermin will do the work. t

cal d sense and prescribed local reme- for the winter. Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. =__ ___ __ __ _ _ __ -_ u _no ----
', and by constantly falling; to cure E. Sidney Williams, of Fort Pierce, Is Deposited In, Indian -River State BUMMAItV Foil OCT. 10XI.( I
ywal treatment, pronounced it In- visiting; his parents, Hon. and Mrs II. llanka5. per t.....llIur.. certltloatM. Highest temperature on.'lrd.: A Gth. H0.( Lorillard Boat Co. I

e. Science ban proven catarrh to S. Williams, this week. In tached ale to...monthly...... .report.......,.and.. cash' .. ....* 0,5(1(118( Lowest 11 tho A 17th. fitl.O ,
constitutional disease and theiefore Lockhart went to Jacksonville Moan for the month . . . . .. . '74.7' TITUSVILLK ,
,wires constitutional II. M. BALANCES: BBLOMOIXO' TO BACH 'FUND AS SQL.CotmtyitevennerteneralFund FLORIDA. eAGENT
treatment. Hall'sia the Carnival and to Average moan for 23: years. . . 71).1 -
< on Tueseay, to see
Cure, manufactured bj F. J. .._ . .fl,7K2H!) Highest; 25: "inlSS-i. . 7f) <)
oDey & Co., Toledo, Ohio, la the only iiirchase goods; for bill store, thus combining .. toad and Hrldga Fund.. ... . !\i 411 Lowest " :M: "In I$9. . 727Uaiufall FOR" THE- -IF YOU WISH: TO- q

xtitutlooal cure on the market. It Is pleasure and business. ."> HultdlnK and; Fund... Fund.. ........._., Ull: 21Hpeo. :: In inches . ., .. . . . .''.11
Pine Forfeiture
J Internally In doses from 10 drops Some miscreant brpke Into John I Road Fund, New t)lnt.No. I.1I,4oI HI Average for m years. . . . . . 5.8 TERMAAT & MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOAT
twuipoonful. It acts directly on the Juinoey's residence last week and stole .. .. a. II Bt Greatest 2!) '. In 1810 f . . 21.8H I(
,. i
I)Miami() I. a a: : :::: in 01 MARINE GASOLINE ENGINES.:
i. mucous surfaces of the sys- his gun. and some of his best clothes. ., .. .. .t 4 New.. SIMI' IHI Least :ai!II"> In 190:1..8.1:
Ihoy offer one hundred dollars The some thing happened to him about Cams Warden Fund ....... .... .... .. Sill (10Property I Prevailing direction of wind . . NF Or lease or stoic one, write ns for terms.
Iny case I It fails to Cure Send for a year ago. of Deceased Permitis Fund n Ill) Number of clear (days . . . , 20( S
mars' and testimonials. Address : Countyobool-General. Fund ..::. 07.1 .. fair . . . . . H
School elected ... ....
The Presbyterian Sunday Special Tax School Dlat.No.1. 3 ((17 J?
,,IIF',' JLt', *MKv & Co., Toledo,Ohio. the following orttcers for the coming .. .. .. M \I.... ... .. U 3tf$ cloudy . . . . . 3 Li
.:.ake by Druggists, 75o. Special School Fund "O" State aid. .. 1&4 DO days with rain. . . K) a Boats and Painted
C. Salmon Superintendant
Irall'a Family Pills'for year: M. : ; Repaired
u. constlpa- Rev. McNary, assistant Supt.; Miss Total... .... ........... ........ . 0.8MJ; IS days with thunder . It
Jessie Lockhart, organist; Miss Alta JaRS Hcitar.' County Treasurer. Island Home Merritt Island Via./ :! c..

I Wakerteld, treasurer and Miss Amy I ____ _____ -- -- _n - ____ _u _____ __ _ ___
Malabar. Geiger, secretary.Georgiana.. 1 ; ;

"' Engines Installed and Repaired ,

'"* 1Ioka was In town yesterday.fr'1S'ebsterafriend :j 1
of one of our
.5ss, G. W. Damon spending a : Miss Cora Mnnson Is at home this 1

e In Malabar. week, recovering from the effects of a .... -ALI4 WORK GUARANTEED.

,""n'Macy 'is' building| a barn'of palmetto severe cold. 1oxqzJiaAIiifFowdeJ ;;j Prices as low ns Is consistent with t

Albert and DeLeon Drake han Misses Eva and Nellie Owen, Nellie
Terms CASH.
contract of getting 400 leaves. and Beth Uruoer went fishing a lew days The engine that runs without repairs.ood workmanship. ;

' bad good 1 success-caught .. .
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.. with a dry election l paper several flsh. ..+fi .4r.M4r4ra1af frf'f.ff4rrflr..r/1 .af FaNfaf.+frf..irrFMlr4rltrf.. flrlrrf. f.
was signed by all of citizens. Mr. and Mrs. Hughes: were down to -- Io11n t I r..
our see Dr. and Mrs. Wittfeld, Monday. Mrs. .:: ; Ignition: : : : Xln't1orY'; :* .r.rxl

5"i"JulilArnold! i has been spending Wlttfeld's sufferings are most intense Thehlghesttype nt dry cell, that thfl parent ol>taln bla materials -tICi
days with ner slater l Miss Frances all the lime now and she U dally ,- Delta nrouoMof. n-miiifartum cnn prwen*. -tICJt1"ItA i
nearly ...
"teaching ( 'IJY.t311!: l.l Vo"". The only lilgh Amner-- 4t
"'a Pleasant at Eau Oallle. She re- getting weaker. Alasoffte rJ"ureA DELi aKa cell list will stand idle wlthoal running down. << iME
tI me. i 1'EKSISTINU 4rrno5
Mr.\ and Mrs. Trafford, of Cocoa, who was AAI1-KICA41K
the have aAA In II:marked cbaracterllUo of all Vltlta hattcrla No other cell :: ;
have bought Lyman place,
banger will maintain lu original aiperafl for the Iniunt iMlcfloita tl..11tIC
From The IMague. been down for a few days looking over of tartar time tiled. cells will stand.HfftTAINKlt. -tIC I
re'slfl'ave their new home. They are !good people wholesome cream ... .wiu".tao 1 VOLTAOK. -K k I IA
)egbs and danger< from the : ; and we are glad to have them come. I ,tant feature of ill Deltabatt.rlae I III their extremely -
' ooUU that are 80 prejaent) , Makes the finest : g low \"rtlmrn...liitaiic KK
,? yr.u' take Dr. King' New Dull. The genial Dr. Holmes was lu town baking powder. M lute lea.trangand.usealnluyelsf'tromntly.I.rrewhen l lie bat- -
erl. fur consumption, coughs and Saturday night visiting/ patients and cry In living Urawu on. L.IH U LJlrll: tELL&-TH& ]>fc.LTA --KK

' lire Gel?. Walls of Forest City ,I friends. Evidently the Doctor Is still a biscuit hot- I :XtoNa: =an:: 1
'''rite lightest best flavored : I I cto :37-XSZ513I3: ::: -KK
! la "cl'mattea.where end to people good shot, for a few days ago be tired SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTING AGENTS :
.g : coughs and two shots Into s flock of coots,killing 52. N-
**prevail. I find It Quickly ends them. besides the crippled ones that got away. breads cake and : j Oooocv, :HJMo: ,I.-
pastry.Alum -SPECIAL :
,,4': :erful'"relief""onla'In, asthma cure lagrlppe.and hay The many friends of F. W. Munson ************************** ************************** rh
him surprise party on
aad a genuine
gave _
t'in to w and! oil weak lunK s coughs the evening of Oct. :'loth, that being his and alum phosphate

:"18. '' and 1 consnmptlon.1.00.| Guaranteed, 3(>th birthday. As it was so near Halloween powders are injurious. Do not RI'V':: .!JXt.SJIE2:: ::: 1VUr1.SE2r1.XJDS.: ::: : :
. etJ the "ghosts! walked" games were I
'lee Pharmacy.. Trial botAIIVo'o played refreshments served and every use them. Examine the label.
- body bad a good time. ORANQK GROWERS have 100,0110 buds budded on five year old Sour
, Orange, Rough; Lemon and Trtfollata stocks. Fine healthy trees and prices low.
4ftele \TIC I. on file at all the Send catalogue. J. A. DANIEL Proprietor ;

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I Local Time Card No. 61. In Effect September 16, 1906.

.' Most people know that if they have 0 SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-REAli D1'

1 been sick they need Sco11 Emul0 No. 99 liD. 29 BTATIO\H: 'No.. 70 11I0. 9j',
Dally O.IIy DtiIhm fill
ffon to bring back health and strength. : lbnpor U2 ii v................ .ac sonvl o................Ar 7rpu5e / ",
wpm 02"01"" ............ South Jack80nvlUe.............Lv 71Mpm I;u
1 IWlpm 11114..111 x .:................ }/ol."tllllfI.! ................. BBlptn I'.rS '.
t But the strongest point about Scots! oS y/ Oftl.m 11 Br.llm .... ...... ......};...t J''tk'' ................ II 2IJpm firfortm

II 11: Ar................... 'a atka................. .I.v 4 btpia ao
;a: Emtttjfon is that you don't have to be 'I 74:1pm: HI"ftm Lv...................Palatka............ .......Ar II 4spm 1. .,

t vlr U 25 l'm ... Ar................. s..u. 1\1..1"0.\ ................Lv.. ., 1 au
sick to get results from it. ....... .. aIfam l.v..S..u lII"I..A. 0tspmU .
oCt '" yli I O/ipm/ 12 8Jpm v................ 'tunue. ........ ... ......Ar "Hll{'iQ gnu
Ch koI 9 "! U 401'01' .. ..................Dupont.................. 4 2:1"10: I, 7 .n
g It keeps the athlete's strength puts fat 9 4Hpm pits 11Hpm .......... ........ Ormoo .................. .. 8 Mpm fit,
up 10 ell m 1\111.111" ................ .J.a'ton................... .. 84f'pm I 1">'RIIIlIla"m
thin makes fretful 1 Hn"01 ................Port Or..lIA'e................ 88f'pm I :Tau
o on people, a baby happy, 0 10 Rpm 2 ( J ni Ar......... ... ....Now Hmyrna.! ........ ....... ", 8 I spin! _t I m.
color cheeks and -lIW.u 444pm Ar .............I.kellelt ................. 1001'1 i
<> brings to a pale girl's pre C> 2Mam "Mpm ....... ......O..nA'ol.lty.. : ............ ..... : ,l IIIII
1I4"am, 1I00"m ...........OraIlIlOUYJIIII; .... ...... ',
vents coughs, colds and consumption. IO dhpii; 9 10pll' v............... ..oW ........ .....Ar 112apm r uuII1Upm
0 8 :I 401'111 .. .... ............ ..n"k J( .................. 411pm well
11M1lpm 810ptn Ar........ ..........Tlttts1tlu. ............... .. :Ofipm ?,,n1t
g Food in concentrated form for sick and 0 lbnrri II r.opm Art.................. 0 Wpm__ ....I1 stxm Lv................. ..Nantonl...... ... ....... .tAr II tlpm! ) _thi :".
0>> well, young and old, rich and poor. 0 51pll1 81111"R x .... ..............1Itusvt1To... .. .. .....Ar 2 8put "n
1:1: slam 8 Mpm .. ,... .....J..Cucua...................Lv 1211'11I a ',,
1J slam 8 541'10' .................Rockle.llfo................. 1(11'10: 2 I "
g And it contains: no drugs and alcohol. g 101..01 4 2:1p01 .................}:ftllaillo.................. 1347"01 1 r.r, ''It,
no 11:1..111: 4 Wpm" n .... ...... ......I"lbollroe............... .. 12871'11I I
111II..10 II 101110 ................. l'ebu.lll1n ................. 11 8"am I
2 4Mem 6 Unpin', ". .................Nt 1.demo.................. 10 JiM/un I, ilgi' I
g ALL DRUQGISTSI BOo. AND SI.OO. . Four Sailings Each 'V cck . 8 OII..nl a 18pm .... .............yort Pierre.............. .. 10 team II'
I, 8/1tlan' 01171,10 ". ....................J.lb".I1................... 1017..10 ''I H''II! ,)pin
8'01 641pm ". ....................}:..en.................... 101:1,505: 11I'a;'
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BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. 11'10"01 0 44pm .. ... J..n."o... . ... .. 10 Slam I II I '
-- ., .. ., ... 8 slam II 117pm ". .............."...Ntnnrt. .................... 1" 00..111. I I42Oam I'' q 1''
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: 74)pm: .... ............1Iob..IIIIIIIIII., .... ....,. ...". HI"1I1 I I'' yj'm4.loam
EVAPORATING APPLES.In Tlio" nvernce condition of winter Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 4U"m .............. ..host Jupiter.......... .. ... ? lHu.1I1 luepm
//I M..m 81fpm ". ..............W..t I'alm DOsch..n.. .... 841'01 !u"
wheat ou July 1 was 8.1111":; ( compared //141..01 841"111 ". .......... ...... ..Itovn Um.... .............. .' A 2ORII' '" 'I m,
tW Kmlennlvr Fruit Ul.(rlr<. ofWe.teru with &1 last 1I1'>lIth. S2.7 on July 1. 100:;. The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service 1\ lI..n: H tq.m, .................. D'I.ny ..... .............. .... S 12"IA H 'I.n 1'1"
0( .114..m II 4dpni ..............J.ort, .I..le.lll1lo.' ....... ...... 7 !/fl..m. 7 ' ;
New orlt. 7S.7 at the corresponding/ date In 1004 m 947pi" ................ llama. ..........,.... 711'"nl' 7 pm007a
In fruit districts arch an lu western and a ton year average of 70.4. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. II MI'III .. .................Ilellandnlo............. ..... 709001 7 f'l'm711h.m ',''I'm
78M'1lU2"1'''' .. ........... ..J.um..o'.lIy.( ......... ..... 6411..01. t '
Now York where npplo growing Is The average condition of "spring' Direct beivlco Between 7 D""m 10 Wpm A.............. ...... MI..ml./ .............,.....8 :Nmnt 7 7111'01', '
\Uient: on July 1 wits 01.'. nu Jacksonville //I m..m .... ........ /.vt.............. .. 8fiamt. .. ...... ...... .tAr .... ....... .' .I I100oum ''ipm' '"
Points '
done on u large scnlo, there are large compare/1 Boston, Providence and all Eastern .... ...... .. Ar1.................U"UI..le.................... Lv ..... ..... .1 L" 1'1w'
evaporators In every town where tll rm. with 03 last' month, 1)1 on July 1, 1905,

era may Nell their wind, fa lit*. In HOIIIO 03.7 at the corrc pondIiiB date In 1004 (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Itulfrt Parlor ran on trains 20 an.118. liullot Slocplng Cars on trains 00 and (18t --a-.

seasons when the crops fire largo nod and u ten( year average of 3.4,2.The Bmithhound........ ... .. ... .SEMI-WEEKLY. .:. .. . .8AILINU8. . ..... .... .from Lewis Wharf, Boston =- Duly=: caceptl4nnday.- --,' '= =- -"
omotiiit of wheat remaining In Northbound .... . .... .. .. .. . .. .. .... ....from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville ---N' :l1
j prices low entire crops nro shaken No.23 No.21 N. 19 pally No. 18 N. 20 No.2.
the liniida or fji'incrn un July 1 lit estimated -- BRANCH
Sunda, 1 Sunda,
from bo( trees and sold In Ibis niun- D.IIy Exc.pl Deily SUFIy I I D..lt
nt about: 4(1.053,000( :; bushels Only Only Sunday I v
ncr, often the Blower realizing as much Clyde St. Johns River Line. --- - '
equivalent' to about 0.0 per cent of the \ 2''''''''' IIIIO..m 61O..m. OOam Iv..Jaclaonvlllo........Ar 74nam 14BOptn't'gp'"
for the fruit ns to: pick and ship It of last ::4 OMpm, 10') 1Muns 61H"m II OKn" x .....South Jxrkeunvllle..l.v 7 glum 12 2m > .
1'1I :
, la barrels. crop Yl'nr.A BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND 8ANFOIID. ::4 4111'''' 10 rs1"m, A tams, II III'"", ......... ablo IIRa"h..... ... 7 ant,mu j IL lain I 'file"
1 There liro also small Stopping: at Palatka. Afar, St. Francis, KereRford (UeLanil). sail intermediate landings 2 'I".pm 10 5"'UII 6 64pnt O.lloot .... ...AUft"llu Hul1ch....... 7 'shim Il 41.111 ''I 1 1'.1"WI' "
evaporators ] 10 Ounm Ar..Maypurt .........
8 Il loom 7 Upm" .Lv 8 4otunl; 11 Wont I sip
. made for farm use. Thorn' are mode Oaiiruntocd Cure for Plies on the St. Julius River, co.uiuenolnu Weilnemlay, November IS, 1909. _

B of wood, with a system of i racks, fitted Itching, Blind, BIt-".lIulC. Pm ut'' ndlug Steamer "CITY .FACKSONVILLK." / PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT' MI.UII.-

ono above nnothcr, upon which to put PIlt>H. UiiinnlHM' mi. h.ilzml t4> refund U appointed. to nail, a* folluwm Leave Jacksonville, Huinlv, ., Tuemlayn, and Thursdys, at 0.30
the sliced apples. A stove below furnishes money If l's?
the bent and ventilators are cure In 6 to 14 day 50o Bout Sound 8CmmUU North ltound Havana and Key West.

J made In the top or the building bean down.' Itead up,
by WASTE. Leave 8311 p. m. ? .. ... ...... . .. Jacknnvllle( ; ..... ........... .... _arrive 2011 a. m. SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
'f which the heat In .1'1.ltlllnp.1., These $ Leave 84111..11I. .;.. .. . ... .. . ..I'IlI..tka . . .. ........ . .....Leave 8 COp.D'. Lv MiAMTTnevdaps. aaturda ... 40rm Lv IrA VAN'A..... ..Thur..ay..12 t"n'r(
t dry houses me ninde of different sizes, Leave 8cMla.lO. ..t..t.. ......... ... . .. .ut-.r ." .. . . .. ,....... .. Leave 'J8{ p. m. \\.J..r.\Iedn"KlI..y..lll1l1d"y.. .., 1 Wpm ArKEYwm; 'r.'J'hun.l..vo..... N8o! r
Rat lit IT 1V .bn on 1I1I1,1"".:t, and Leave 4 30 a. m. .... .... ... .... .. .St. Frauds .... ... ... ....... Leave 2110 p. m LyKEY\VEST.Vednewley..8eqm LvKEYfVEHT.ThnrsdnvaMundaytptopr<
and from eight to forty bushels of . Leave . ,.........., . ...Herealuri (hot.and) . .. ......... ...... Leave 1110 p. m. ArIlAVANA..Thurwlaye..8SOant. Ar8IIAM1..Frldayst'uesdaye.. slept'
apples 111113- be dried tn twenty-four 810. . and Bubnoll In the V.Iley.. Arrive B 30 a. m..4. ... ...... Sanford .. .. ..... ......I."ave 930a.m. '
hours. The difficulty with them farm I We have all)) seen new lands gradually Arrive 101On: a. m.... .......... ... ........ ....YnI".prl........ ......:.. ... . .Leave 1000 a. m. Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana

evaporators la to obtain the necessary lose their: duck color nod change Can'. Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonvllla.w. LT KEY w'EsT..Mondayt,.Fridays.... 8 Wpm I Lv1tAVAC.t.Tnnn.lsy.N.hmly.1"Mn'r()\
I' help with which to do the work. The principally to more of sand or gravelor ArItAVASA..Tuesdays.8aturdsya..88uam ArKEYViT.Tueedxy'aSxlurdayas.upLTeams : |
V.. M. I aO %1JNoaa, aa Aeet. Nan. Pae,; 1gh m Bay St.,.Tacksonvllle. Fla. --
work cannot IH BO ppsnomlenlly: done clay. Sometimes It Is merely white O.C)1PEltJr? Loral F'rt.Astt.? Jrkonvlllo.; C.: p.lt11 ;tt, Buperintsndent Jaek.onvllle. Discharge Passengers at Ship' Side. No ransfers.:
', as with the largo eMipurutors and they Moot Hogan Mt.'t.Tanksnnvins.' ---
rock Unit stales at im from the hillside r.1rl.XII
out of A. c. IIAGEarY: Olln'l Jr."o'n Pass. Act. Ne Ynrk CLYDE;: :. U..O. Vrt. Agt., New York.TH..O These Time Tables show tho tlmps at which trains may be period. to arrt\ at and 'li'pnt
are going use to n largo extent in pnle astonishment at our Iguorunce Ea:1t: V. I'. and neneral M""ller. from the uveral utatlons, but their arrival departure" at the tlmua staled ,In tint guarantee'
r' beyond providing for family or local General 01110.. leer, JG North R.\er "r..och:4.10: Broadw.y New York. nor li this Company: to be hold ponulblo for any delays or any consBuueni-es arlnlnx thprprrnm
and Itidlfferenco to the land's dlutreHs.
l needs. C. 11. ALTON' Agent, TltllHVlllc, IJ\.
For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
George'. Powell, u Now- York fruit But when the vegetable matter baa -- .. .. - . .. .. -- -- - -- --
grower of note describes Ahierlcnn been washed away by ten or twenty or "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

Agriculturist a drying house tie put up fifty years of incessant rain aided by a J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l) Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA

four It Is 20 30 system of clean cultivation (for cotton), Coast Line.
years ago. hy feet : Atlantic .
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two then eating WUHIUH) begin> to muke theirappearance -- n 'H -- --- -- .u
stories with an L 1(1 by 20 feet.
the hillsides and I
T This is on even
not down In the sketch but '
r it extends out from where the plat on the gentle slopes. As years pass I LinesSPECIAL

form Is shown. This addition Is used these washes grow and extend. They Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia Mallory

for paring trimming, slicing and fumi run their cancerous brunches like skeleton ,
4 t. gating. There two lingers along the hillside and eat
are rooms below
.. each 20 by 20 feet In which furnaces Into the subsoil us well ns carry away North Carolina and South Carolina

are placed with a system of pipes remnants of the surface soil. PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

running around the rooms. near the DameNature, strives lu > aln to stop The Great Highway: of :Tinvel, From

top which carry and distribute the tile>work of ruin by geudlng! out her Florida East West North and South.TO and most thoroughly equipped paxKeuger steamships on the count.

heat to the floors above upon which forestry! reserve forces and planting -NO OVERCROWDING::

the apples are spread. Two largo persimmons, old Held pines missafras
towers are built through the roof which and even sweet gum all)) over these TUE EAST, THE FAMOUS! ::: IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY:: GUARANTEED

carry strong draft thus III..wIng the threatened districts. Itut the farmer Is ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of berthor
heat up rnpldly from the furnace rooms blind to the mother's good intent and Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express. the seating capacity of Dining Halls. thus insuring: all passengers indiviili

below. spends many fruitless hours "sprouting --- ----- service and attention

The entire cost of this building was! sasHiifras." Not only Is the soil lost Montgomery Route and

': 800. lie bas turned out In a season but the subsoil Is curried down upon To the! West I'AShEXGEKS LEAVE JACKSONVILI/B!: EVERY FRIDAY.
"Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta
the nearby valleys and .
covers uu. (See Schedule of bhp8! In Florida Tlmell-Uoloo);
the rich alluvial found
buries MolIlIIU'e
in all\ the creek and. ditch valleys of the
south. More than this It fills the Atlantic Coa't. Line mileage: books, !Brood to all points via all trains as far East as LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH

stream with mud burs and drifts and Washington, anti! as far West hit St. Louis, Cincinnati and Including delljrlntiil; DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
New Orleans; rates *.'.">.(M).
rafts so that the summer rains overflow FAMOUS,"SEA ISLANDS."

these ,nearby! valley lands more -CONSULT THE. PURPLE FOJDER-

frequently than ever. These", washing For detailed and Information regarding: i : rules, Pullman reservations schedules. Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information repnr:
I lands lire doubly yes, trebly wasteful. Call on your neatest ticket agent or write tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reaervatlnii, tickets, etc., apply to J Jfor
Such H the the south ii
: price'
and has paid since the sixties for paying the FllANK C. BOY LSTON, Dint.JACKSONVILLE P.iss. A crt. FLA.W. D. STARK Trav. I'oss. Agt. CHAS. DAVIES, Fla. Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sleet, Jacksonyllle Flori

1 awl JSJrlJ, l lC cotton monopoly of the world llitd our W. J. CRAIG, Pass Traf Manager: T. C. WHITE OenM Pas,. Agent. --
CI population been denser the results General OBlceB, WILMINGTON N. C.

: would be that much more aggravated. _. . .. IOLEYSIiONEYAM TAR FOLEYM11D1'1L'
------- -- -- --- - --- --- --- -- --T--- Jl
: I I "...ult. and Ilemedy AMdr,..ntafv., fur*. Jtm .",..,.. Makes Kidney and Bladder RIght
We have recently visited some of the
I .
old cotton growing cultivation sections of the SE.A.JF3 I. iI:>
south-lands In for sixty
ELEVATION!: UV DRYING KOITS8. and ninety years. It would bo but We Never

sixteen tons of white stack; and fire fair to say that no general effort has AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Disappoint Our Patients.

tons of chops and waste. With been uiodo to aliythlnx
another replace that We Fulfill
Every Promise and H Hold Out False
w Hopes
furnace room and drying floor bas been taken from these lands for .
t1IE CURE .. w IkKf. ** tbe knlf. .>B bouJrI. and V.Mooo. f ltl oq.
several more tons of chaos and waste two generations past. They have been pain or d.t"DtioD Imo .le.a, Uon.Cloge Blood rolans'

I could be dried. The chops are apples Imply washed and cropped to death. SAVANXAII COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, aura4 D.oer 10 r.lorn. wlthe.s V'ICOI'"o.ltlv..l mercury or.or..11 mineral Dot .m"mull., .S..I... bus Lo.S p.rmanent.'rho al Maly.

too small to bo pared iiiul are run Wo note the same destructive systemsat WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK tit. alit f Mrdlral Co. 'I. so ''D".I..Unn ureanla.d uad.r tb.law. ,.
r. through without I'Uilun. The waste work lu nearly cotton ;): -N'--"' .of tb. ante 01 G"'I(1. for tbs Ir..lm"n. and onre oral
every countyof nsrvousaedebronladu.a..a. foundrrof
II. N; K. Rln. LM
consists of cores and parings. Texas and tho southwest. Look at "j! thl.nnttlturnonlatheonlataantnltli.I'Mlall.t., b.ID astnattd
I '
... ,
bJ''' .
0- imlD'nt
; phyarlaa..nd
t It requires four tons of coal I a week these older Colton lands further cast. . Two Elegant Trains Dally . -. 'f'.J s4 Our."_..la the trt tni"Dt or rbrnnlo umun dl....*> li nD. rp'' I
G to run the two ftirimcen. The chops The valleys will no longer grow good; i,'V -w will w.. one both mwtle.l .. l atimtrloal .""....e,... -.I
Ouroma.sreeeulpp.d wl'h faradleb.ttttIn
I and waste will usually pay for tho crops. of Johnson: grass The grass Is Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. .. X..,.vIolMt ..,. and frln pi"I, raft the talTiinla In fact every elrtrlr.lan.trtvanoo \
? known .. ... .num" I
coal. The summer and autumn apploa la the moulaal pr f lon. Our olt
there on thousands of acres but It doe modern In .vary r......el, and we employ oone taut .be "*"
, are too soft to bo of any value for not respond: to Ibo plow as It once did. I .Ined and, .lIIcl a' aitondiiiit.. iiularly. qualified frauuftuml .

evaporating About Pcpt. 13: he begins It docs not dispute with sassafras andold MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. pa1i lloenned rmpioj phrileUni' : .,,DIng:. lu cb:r:.. iceura paflpn" ai1". I I
... C,0 li eaten for
on the Kfoeulnsa niul earlier wintervarieties. I 1 .". no *u lltcratura wnt f"'|
sedge the of ,
possession the lilY ,,1,1\\\\\\ \I: brirtli' luitutlon. Our lrn .ort..tm.n'.v....... fr"'fII''r |
When running up to full hills. ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through: Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. lo 110.00 per. nionll.mxlloPm. InolndodJ.. and w' KIT*the warSoc.
n of a enr wlibln a >.ix>oiae"l '1m... INo
It han
,, capacity rFijulr ten people to We cnn leo no remedy for such soils f1Y EESTAEFEREnctIs! : W .u.ce..fiII tv..ts.dprrmr
I dIe the work, a day man to run tbeBlloinpr CHBOMlCDISEASES lenity .Ii, "
but growth of full outs, nlfnlfn and '
For Information and sleeper reservations call on Agent io. .... troDbl... !h.nm.s''''
\ t to attend to the furnaces and luelllotus on the valley lands>and tllorestornth'o .. L.....".. .<0. and." 1'.1.'
it do the general work and ouo night Seaboard or writeS. UNTIL crui). ....... union slid malignant "", ..bl... t lat..rrtL of t:
cowpeu nnd peanuts for the <.. Throat Read and I.img. ))...._ ot Eye and E r.
ann 11. Two payers will\ run through the bills.. This means going N. K. KINa M. D. Chrome l>lfl.i iica or W"men. auob. aa pupiwnnuaral ..."'..
deeper C. BOYLSTON JR.. All st. Oen. Pass. Agt.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 0"'.. Dl.ob.rgee.ad .
of women.rnaimflnl.
machine cr.'e. uobiwakiiM ee
r i hundred bushels
n : a ;
live stock and than before e11'
poultry ever yauraohdltlo"It are .Irk I
vv you or amidted. Oa r.t
I while six women nre reqiiirod to trim the of .. --- rito *end you ear ........... toemoetn .'mptam. blank fur bonie .
application) large ruinutltles (

T I 2. 1 the and apples pieces. of cutting the Hklu out that bruNc the 1 pur spots era of manure sonic to commercial hill lands lu combinationwith fertilizers. EXPERIENCE BO YEARS' DR. KING CON.TI.TATION MEDICAL CO.EXAMINATION, Y:vt.tuudynchtse:: AND: Al Sts;VICKTrRKBAllanta:., Ga'

Inls" J.t .
I Texas farm and Ilanch.

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, I The r.1I tlon81 Croi crop* Report.reporting board Inns Stood the Test i:5 Vrnrn. 4k Always Remember the Full NoL

finds. from tbo reports of correspond The old original, JuovK'n: Tasteless !

F1 1 ents of the bureau of statistic, aa fol. Chili 'foolc."tt, know what you are axative
lows: taking. It I I. Iron and quinine a tmttufsfl TRADE MARKS B!:om Quini
:{' Preliminary returns show the acreage fun m. Xu cure no par l'Ie"' < Prevents Serious Results t DaslnnsCowRIGMrs Ae.Anvnns.sndtn.a.a.trh.ndd..MrtInn _

J '" of corn planted to be about 05B35HM:; From a Cold. mat

I' acres an Increase of about 1.24.000 .Job 1'rlntlng. gnlrkly,Invrwlnn. ar.rWln,1I pm.amv our r aponan,,,.,,...b''rose.. (wh.tber' ", ..nrv aa Cures Cold in One.
acres or 1.0 per cent as compared, with Remember the nameFol'J" .ll .n.f Mrtatlf nm. e/n conitrti-ntlal.et mivtiiy fur HANDBOOK.o unngpst.au an furmiut . a Day, Grip inTwj
the estimate of the acreage planted last Po not forget the fact that at the ADVOCATE Honty tnd Tar. Insist Paten labs thnraah Mann. A Co. nnlT.natlif .
wlthojl clmrv .
0 pad lu tb
. year : office Titu.allie, we do job !
l' The average! condition of the growing; printing of all kinds neatly, cbeaply and upon having. the genuine. Scientific: JftU ritatt.A c8. ADV1em on Box. 25c.

f crop ou July 1.was S7.5 aa compared expeditiously. Letterhead, Noteh ndf, TXr Bliee see, Coo, SI.OO h.ndsnm.ly II....'....." .....1'. I......' n v.
c r,," with S7.3 ou July 1, 100, 8.O at the corresponding Jllllieads Prepared only by nlfttt' n'f.ny.: : ',.nnho1urnal. Tvrtna, .1s -
Envelopes, Tags, and all other Palsy l Company. ChtoAB rari Innrrnonth.,4L tluldby.Il n..s.wnau.
I ;' date In 1004 and a ten year kinds. MUNN & CO.301Br wey. New York FOIF IiONEY TARFoiEY3UoN .

.1 average of &1.... ned Cross Pharmacy arasca Om.., fie r t4 WIAtr.n.co .lOp. th. ooogh.ad:
h.s3Istag.; Catys Coidal P"'YeD PII..IIIO.

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THE EARTH'S MOTION. Trust to Nature.A Standard Electric Company

'he' Travelers Hotel En r to Demne.trnle It by a Simple great many Americans both men ,
New JACKSONVILLE: FIA J i.erlntent. I and woman uro thin pale and puny with h

It is quite possible' to prove that the I poor circulation because' they have Ill- ''
-On the American and stomachs by hasty ratingor
European Plan- earth revolves ou its axis by a simple rented their Jacksonville Florida.
Under new management. Newly furnished and lenovatml. too much outing by consuming alco- ,
home. Harps: American Plan $_> A pleasant experiment and without having recourse hollo beverages. i>r by too clone contino- . .
oo -
family and *:2 00; - - --
form Union ; European, BOct. to mathematics. Take a good moot to homo, office or factory, told Inconsequence
and up. All care SsUllon: stop. at the door. T1ll.i
tho stomach must be treatedIn ",, : 'j f
sized bowl fill it nearly full of water t tl)3T1i1LeLin( L Con.pnn .4
". W. a natural way before they ran rectifytheir
located Riverside Proprietor. and place It upon tho floor of a earlier mMukea. The muscles In JACKSONVIU.K:. :, PI.OKIIJA.

The beautifully same manalE'menl.Hotel at mesa Co\e Is pi Ings. Is under the room which Is not exposed to I slinking many such people. In fact In every weary.thin l SAW: MILLS, KNOINKS:. AND; bOlMCU!, !
and thin-blooded person, do their
from tho street
or jarring work with grout dllllculty. As a remit. e m POnT\nr.E OUmTS\ : A /bPECIALTY. ,

DAYTONA Sprinkle: over the surface of the WII- fatigue comes early. Is extreme and lasts tSi -Write for C"'l\lolIllo-: ,,,
III:.VCII. ter a coating of lycopodlum powder, a long. The demand for nutritive alit Is i
white siilmt.inco which Is sometime! ahead of the To Insure perfecthealth hold on Easy. 1"1'11I11. Cur Wind and Jellemon Sts.

101I1ply.,,, bone, nerve ana . .. . .
--- - -- - ----
used for the toilet and can be buts( (itt at every from
muscle should! tnko tho blood certain -
Seaside Inn almost any drug; stoiV. Then upon the materials and return to It certain
FLA.nAWniP surface of this coating of powder make others. It Is nucosuiirv taking I' tho TUn .
with powdered charcoal a straight stomach for tho work of I uu from ,
tho food what is necessary to make !good
1. new open 5'pww H"'"""' "'""! '"' "1"lr'tho' 'xuement i.f the owner black line say, au Inch or two Inches rich, red blood. Wo must to to Nature
v. !: A 1'! Iliiidiiinia! and' 1 nee "II"al",1 i.n Dayt+ na, in length and lying north and nouth. for tile remedy.. Thl'rn.t'ro certain Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

Beach, Ihe h"'OIIII nmdein, In all lisnppolutineniH' "lMintttt.\' IIh'y.\ nieaa.. Having made this little 'black mark roots known to tho Indians\ of this "'I ,

ant rooms overlu..klujC lIIoclel'al the ocean and opposite 1\tII.lng's i nilno ami Ocean with the cbnroonl powder orf( the surface which country later intern came the to advent the knowledge of tint whites of ...t:'

Pier Terms of tho contents of the bowl, lay the settlers and which era now growing

i BOltACE I''. srKU'Alir. Oat ".-aml. .Mnuager.LINVILLK down upon the floor II stick or some rapidly professional favor for the euro Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
liver trinities. ,
other I straight; object so that It shall bo of oh stomach
sumo and
-- These are found to bo jet certain
N C. exactly parallel 1 with the murk. If the In tholr clemming and Invigorating Offices toot ol H Kan Street Jacksonville, Klorldn. Telephone No. 202 '.

line Impious to be parallel with n effect upon the stomach liver\ and lilnuil. I ,
These are: Golden Seal root. IJueen's .1. K. MUNNERLYN: Gunctal Manager '
crack In the floor or with any stationary root. Stone root lilnndroot. Mandrake!.

object In the room this will root. Then them Is lilack Cherrylmrk. '.

seeola Inn L1XVILI.K;, X. c., servo as well. The native medicinal roots when princlplesresldlmiq extracted) with in theso glycerine 'Iho Olilunt KHtiibllkliml drain amt. Bred House In the State. I t.5 ,
Leave the bowl undisturbed for n :
us u solvent make tho most reliable _- __ ___.
few hours and then notice the positionof and elllclent stomach tonic and liver invigorator Y41eeaA

In the mountains of Western North C.iro'.hu, altitude 3,800() feet. the black mark with reference to when combined In JUMt tho Wm. A. Sours: : & Co. I ;' *

Delightfully cool climate all through tho summer months'Trout the object that It was parallel wltli. It right; proportions Medical. Discovery.Miere.as In l>r. l't'ret"sl.Iullll'll there

found 1 have shifted Its direction -
will bo to
Fishing, Oolf Lings and Tennis Court. Is bankrupt vitality-such as nervous
and to have moved from east exhaustion bad! nutrition--11011 thin GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS .

to we! and 1 nil the tissues feel the
-OPENS JUNE 13TII--- to that of the movement of
opposite .t of this sovereign remedy.Although : Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
the earth on JU axis. some physicians have been, :
)leached) over the Southern U.dlrond to Johnson The in revolving has ot tho high medicinal value of tho
City, thence via. East earth simply aware ; have 11" RL'IC MiML :HOII.! ) East!: JJay Sheet, .JACKSONVILLE: :: FLA.
Tennessee and Western North Carolina Railroad, to Montezuma Station carried the water null everything else I above mentioned plants, yet few .

where rarilages from Kseeol.i!; Inn meet all trains In the bowl around with it, but tho 'used usually pure the glycerine doctors'; prescriptions as u solvent' called and Catalogue Kire. \\'I"hoIlM' on tracks of 8. A, I, It'y. and A. C. I.. Ry. t

JAMES: P. VIKING Manager. powder on toe surface hits been left for tho Ingredients In varying amounts, - -. .. --- .
behind a' little. The line will always 11'ftll. nlrol111l. -- t
- - --- --- bo found to have, moved from east to Tin "Golden>1.-dlcnl Discovery" Is a
IIiNI>iit80NVILLK, X. C. scientific( preparation compounded of the
----- west, which Is good proof that everything glycertc extracts nf the above mentioned McMurray & Baker
else bus moved the other way. vegetable; inirredlnnts and! contains no
alcohol or harmful habit-forming drugs ,

XOKTII CAROLINA. WHY CYPRESS WOOD SINKS. lOl-4ia Ia..t: tiny Street, .J nd.url\" I1U, Florida,

A three story, front porch, 2000:! feet, adonis the entiie front of the hotel, Wa.hliiKtoii aelCUtlat. Made M MontSliitfulitr I continuity and application lie weakens : -MaUem and Jobber r.f-
wing the guests one of the finest promenades possible and tho views from the DUvovrrr. mad Inoiipaclt.iteH himself far more I
herd! floor is a revelation. himself bo- .
when he excuses himself to i
THE BLUE KIDGK IN.VIs stllctly[ a commelclal and) tourist hotel-Ifever Southern lumbermen take great delight cause he will then often allow bin mind Vehicles Harness Carriage and Material .'

loses-Other hotels come and go, but the prime factor 10 a hotel's success the In a story of certain Hclentlllc gentlemen to dvvvll on excuses. so weak that ho Wagon ,
oramcrclal tourist knows that when he who were sent by tho government -
stilkelillenelor .
onv\J1e.\ X. C., he or SUE would never dream of giving them '
!Nrays meets with a welcome, and gets the best the Blue Ridge Inn has. M nvnprovemcnts Washington to study the verbal utterance hi the of bin SailJWj, Rubbi-r Tlier.
Inside greet the visitor, the be"utlfnllobby has been re-dccoiated, growth and uses of the bnld cypressat presence .\ ';1

be dining room presents a fairy scene day and night, respectable young ladles a time when cypress lumber wan employer.( First-Class Repairing and Painting. Etc. Etc. ,
enc the guests In a quiet genteel manner, and the cuisine Is And when.ho has once set the meu-
always the but the comparatively new to the tniirUet. 1'h'ywent 'I
. _ __ ..
imrket aflords. The prices are ilcht and yon ale made to feel at home the minute direct to n large. camp, presented tul hnliit of excusing himself he goes! ( '

ou become Its guest.. Ninety well! tatuh hed, clean rooms that \\ accommodate credentials to the and on and on binding the fetters which 1 i ia
,w 130 people, Is Its capacity. superintendent will forever hold him back from any
watched with minute the Some of Our Best Sellers
eat If or you pleasure are seeking wilte;us a tor quiet rates, genteel, eta. hotel, In the mountains for a few weeks' cutting the timber care and floating processesof It rise. It Is now only a short step to< : ", ,

for not doing
down Rtream. finding; good excuses
WM. IIE vVITT.- Piop. what bo ban been told to do. Then a
-- --- - -.. - .- Cypress Is n light spongy wood that little further along on the mime lute It Star Brand Butter, 5 and 10 lb. Sealed Palls: . . . . 27cts i I.
In and absorbs water
NEW grows swamps fresh Pork and Frankfurter Sausage In Kits. . .
YOKK. The scientific will be strange Indeed If be docs not . . $1.3O
readily. gentlemen requested
the superintendent to throw land himself on the hoot too that elevates Choice Mackerel Kits .,'. . ', . . . . . . 1.25 ,
.. .
some logs/ Into the river separate from the Incompetent and deposits In Tubs., . . .. . . . . . . . . 2.26 ; .

Hotel Marlborough the main rafts and followed their progress them outside In the cold world. # .

down stream in a boat. After Shun excuses.Spare Moments. Consumers, write for our Complete Price List.- ,: t

floating south for some distance the \

Broadway, :36th I and 37th Streets New York. logs with one accord sank. Much surprised POINTED PARAGRAPHS.It .

Completely. Renovated and transformed In every depArtment. Most cen- the scientific gentlemen returned The Enterprise Co. : !

trolly located hotel on Broadaay, ELECTRIC LIGHTS and TELEPHONE: and followed another consignment. must he tough/ to bate a man Grocery : '

ID every room In the house. Tho phenomenon was repented; at n everybody else likes, ,

EUROPEAN P.LAN. 400 Rooms. 200( bath rooms Hates: $1.50 and upward certain distance from the camp all the 1'1 am sorry" dues about as little .1 I 17 Bridge St. .)
without batb. $2 and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom ,
and bath $3
this world.If .
logs sank. good as anything Ju
and upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath $5 and upward. The gentlemen from Washington being you want to keep your friends you '.TneJc"onvillc-", :i 3'l i'Ic1tL. f i ',

SWEENEY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, ,, very scientific, did not think to must occasionally leave them alone -.- --

K. M. TIEKNEY, Manager. question the unlettered superintendentabout You en u shave your whiskers oil

the power of cypress to become quicker than you can get them back. .PL.I.VnJJE: : JE3JR<> I-IEFit3.

waterlogged but after numerous observations Kcurly every man Is henpecked, abut I'llONK eta, lTAItI.I..II"U; ) 1HHH-
-VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD GO TO'he and much comparing of tbfuct.
Pit a good many manage to. disguise $- 1YIIISKIItViNIS; OINS ANI IMtAMMKH.
notes reported to their department the
-No. (iO WeRt. {02nd/ Street- startling: discovery that cypress floated I'eople tall about the Importance of Exproas Prepaid Lemp Beer.
Armstrong north of a certain parallel of latitude

(Telephone "7210:.! Riverside") and south of It Invariably sank. Of "taking; it easy." Some people take It "nil.l".r' measure. Qt.UQtal'1Qts Palatatf 'Io..r. .. . ,"... .. . .. ....Yen. ,. j"s.lluntlnu .
the cause they not certain but too easy ('lab Jive ... .... . ...2 1'111'' tin 17 00 Fxtra I'i"le. ...: ...? . . ,... .... .... ..:...Il
were yet The oud thing that stands by you, Neis.n' .. County rya... ... 21MI i 211 711(1 standard<< .. .. .. ... .... ......... ...... .... 100 '
A select hazarded the suggestion that It might Mon..ltr.ullyft. ,. .. .. ,...3lU: 4/111/ It \I"Ir..trtL.'uk.. !, ,. .... .... .. . .. .... t 10 ,
famlly-hotel Central
near Park subway, elevated and electric: lie In the rotary motion of the earth, keeps yon Interested In life and In always llanno'. "44'.1I1. . .. ... ...3711 11.010/11)/ !...hlIrK..rlIl1p".t.l, railways and all places of Inteiest, and a good starting point for the same lit regular work. .. ... ... ...4811 8/111'lIMI/ : lit,." Aie, 1'In ..... .... .... .... .......... 225 "' 1''
Island Coney. Increasing In speed as the logs approached your Malt Wblaley ... . .. .3111 IIIMI 0/111/ Oiliness "Btont' .,llIt. .. .. ..... .... .... ... ...225 t tPaaeh
Rockaway and all 'other seaside and surburban pleasure resorts. the equator until It was When a woman bluffs she seldom IIr..ty. ... ? .. .. II 711 II0U 01111
Single 'Ir"OIly.. .. ... . ... .a 7M1 IIIMII\ //III Bulk Goods Jugs Free-Not
and bobtail
suites with all butter than a
conveniences new sanitary plumbing, erful enough U: draw them under has anything; NoAplda / .. ..... ... ... .. .. 111111 4211 7 211 Prepa d.
private baths, porcelain tubs, ample hot and cold l water supply, and hotel<< Philadelphia North! American. flush, but It takes a mighty brave man weueva fli It.... .' .. ... . .II 711 II nn 111111 ,IIII./U
N..rthluol"IIorn. .. . ...,. ..2 till 4 In per n.f.-ny., omit, l'orn. 0.,1 OrR,18.
T sal
table and service combated with home-comfots and moderate prices. to "call" tier-Atchlsou (lIobe.I 1I101l0""ln 1'!urll. .. .. .. .a 711 IIINIIII/ .".(.Ht I'''. llal -Ice, Uln/ Corn. ItIlUl. .'Iii.

Terms $9!> 00 week and upward.). A BRAKE ON SUCCESS. 'anllo'ol\' limn . . .... . .... .. ::1101I 4211 7:111: 'nnllty..
per .. .. ... o..ao
Medh.tvl Ku,t t . .. .... . in n in.u.* u mia 1 .erlnl.K ye, GI", Cnru- -. lIum' Iise t
A. AKMSTRONO. Sell. More It' Cbaad.erelu's Cough Ur.I') Urn.ml v .. ... .... ,.. 7H 6 (HI B BO ter the money_ .
The Habit of Makin,. Kxrnac WillItrtarc I Remedy lima of All Other KhiK of Kentucky Hnitrlion ....873I/ tillIII/ I 3.INI par lul "4I" Ryi Prod mitt Apple
llramly. liv AITH.oopor .
--- --- "'ort"h."r1 or .tngellea,2
- -- ] Any Man' Career.Good Put Together.Mr : BO 975. 70(1Aifliirtnient Mo Ont..Victoriaatewed Rje, Boclal Drops

have back Thus George, 'n. merchant at M t. all..w.I..n nil amiiln of "Ahl8 prlre. Hy.. Meiili'lnal Sinai Sty. '
excuses kept > many ______. _._ .__ __
A... a man from realizing n prosperous ca Elgin/ Ontario, says. t "I have hud) the lliKJ-lUnn Neat .lfCkSonvllle-
reer. Once you get the excuse making louitl agency for Chaml.>erlllill's Cough AdniiiH Ht. tin

Kemtdy ever since It was Introduced) into -, ..
habit formed alight well have --
you ; as a --
1 Canada, and 1 sell as much of It as. I
ball and chain attached to your neckso do of all other lineR I have on my iditlvespin CHAS. IB ZL TT ZLvdC: dc; 0 0 '
.Building Lot fur as your prospects fgr rising to together. Of the many dozens sold ,
.. the top are concerned. under guarantee I have not had one ,'17. allow nay at., JACKSONVILLE,. ". FLA. hly

There are two kind of excuses which bottle returned. [ can personally recommend

'slot with keep a clerk In the business world occupying Ihls medicine as I have used It
a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, a clefk's position when lie Is myself and) given It to my children and

LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, capable (has It In him) to be something always with the best results." For sale

PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN better If he only would. The first class by All Dealers.- ___ -H.____ NR 2PREPAID'
of excuses are the ones he makes to IDRESj .
Probably have for sale just what TI'.11.a..d In T..1.. '
you are seeking. himself. These are ottell'aa enervatIng 2 .
In Tunis when n reigning prince
Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If yon all subtle aUlt .deatb dealing a.* toe finds It necessary to go outside bis Immediate

looking this way, drop a line to nasty cigarette. family to choose his successor
A clerk sees a piece of work, which
he follows an odd cuMtoin. There the
JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VJce.PrE'flJdent, he knows ought to be> done today, lie
wearing; of hair on the face Is tbo exclusive ,
knows that tho best Interests of the I
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T business require that this work should privilege of sovereignty. When 1?QiS, QT ,
the selects he sends
prince a successor
ST. not be put off until tomorrow. Hut be I
the court barber to the fortunate Individual 4'
has not yet reached a point where lie ;!&
---- - --- --- -- - -- to notify him that he may weara r
realizes that his employer's Interests
beard.. Thin Intimation U equivalentto
for your Store. are Identical with! hid own and per. a formal announcement that be has :,
haps be was out late lust night uud : / !
WNINGS for Office. been selected! us tbe heir presumptive. 'H
: your feels n lack of ambition today. Ha: bo _

for excuses himself from doing the workon n trjav
your Ambition.
the ground that "the boss" didn'ttell
":-00, Tommy said his mother "
; ,you
him to do It today After soothing
Made can't have more cake. You've hadenough. )
by practical makers any
awning his conscience with this specious men. ." .r ,.e' _
tal dope he puts In bin fpijre time readIng *
"What a fine little fellow be M" remarked
e have about tho way Blobett) knocked out
a large of
variety stripes and colors the truest.! "And when you'rea
la rounds. Several t
Casey twenty-one man. Tommy what are going to Vcnt4 for tin rtihHt IIr.wln.c Co.
from which days 'later when the neglected work:
to select. Write
us do?" ___'h __n____ ___.__ ____
comes under the eye of "the boss" ourclerk
"I'm goln ter buy too much of everything .
U nuked why he did not do It.
I like to eat- replied Tommy.ulltlly.l'blludelhla
Bros. and he then repeats his. stereotypedexcuse
McGinley Company 1'ress.
that he waun't "told" to do It.
Test Palm Beach For such a one the gateway to success nu. win.
Florida. U always barred.
"Do you think the widow will break
This. brings us to the second kind of "
his will? I
''--We want an agent In TltusvllIe-S"1 excuse, that made to one's employer. "Won't be necessary. She did that
Of the two this latter kind of excuse''Is
- . -- --- -_ .. loner before she became a widow.' Does"all Kinds and Description of
-- -- - - --- the 'less Injurious to the clerk'. chance
.. Philadelphia ledger. .
of advancement. When he excuses

THE himself from doing obviously Important To Curo n Cold In One nay
ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDoES work be Instills Into his own

mind a subtle mental poison a don't- Take T,AXATITK BKOMO Qui.tteru Tab-
lets Druggists refund the If It JOB PRINTING
care-a-hang essence that breeds lack of
t tf
I fails to cure. K. W. Grove's signature .
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE BATES. backbone, lack of concentration, lack of In each box. 23c.


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By actual test and analysis the finest and best Portland Cement on the market. .

Regular shipments direct from the cement works guaranteeing fresh stock. .

Write us for carload prices .

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...................................................... M. F. GOLDSMITH DEAD. CARD OF THANKS. NEWEST STYLES IN

:. We have been ,dealers In dit. .+ The W. O. W. Camp No. 111, extend
:: ,
The citizens of Tltusvllle shocked] for Gentleme
I were Correct Clothes
)DIAMONDS' their hearty thanks for the most goner.ous :
t last learn that
monds and other precious stones : Sunday morning! patronage and for the cooperationof
Maurice Goldsmith
was no more.
the friends who so ably assisted
since the establishment of : Mr. Goldsmith, who had boon In the many
*************************J our J several In their entertainment. THE RIGHT STYLE is c
.. hospital at St.: Augustine A vote of thanks was tendered Mr.
t business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. :; weeks, for the treatment of facial paralysis I and Mrs. Harry Wilson II. C. Conkling, of the things that you c

but which we understand was Mesdames.. L. Carruthers, K. K. Pyles, count on In our SchU

: = =We save you the middleman's profit= :$ physioans later pronounced as nervous by prostration the hospital, withan J. P. Wilson and W. P. Giles, and Miss I. Clothes-put there to stay.
Lulu McGuIre, for their valuable assistance 1
expert tailors who know
attack of appoplexy, from which he wi
rendered; and the Misses Kaunle
never gained consciousness, passing Marlon Gru- style Is.
Budge Leona Carruthers,
I cllow: : away at 3 o'clock Sunday morning. Mrs. Leah Merle
ber Helen Wilson, Lesley
WHITE FOR OUR Goldsmith and little son, were present It's worth n good deal to kno
boobie and Sadie Duren for the management
OATAI.OGUE.S: when the end came, and his brother, your Clothes are light In tins re
of the tables and contributing to
with the
W. E. Goldsmith, of Fort Pierce, was Mr. and peer, right quality
the evenings entertainment.
r i41 Wost Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. :: en route, but did not reach there untilit Mrs. C.J. Denham, Mr. W. 'f. Wlnterhager. tailoring and fit, na woe

WitS too late. Miss Kate !Stewart and little Miss
***************************************************** On Sunday afternoon there arrived Fannie Uudge for the tine selections of You can that way atx

from Port fierce, Mr. B. L. Baldwin, whatever you buy here-we.,
: - -, .. ._ 'n. music tendered. Miss, Xindie Stewart
; Mrs.' W. E. Goldsmith and two children
solutely guarantee
****.**.****.**.**..*.**** Messrs. W. N. Hendrv A. t). Penney, M. for caielug for the (lower table, and to everythiwe
Robbins & Graham Co. O. L. Mandavillo, W. P. Giles and all sell. You will find that c
,.. SCHOOL NOTES. | L. Dawson and iW'11Hon, but on others who rendered special service In
: are exact duplicatesthe
: their arrival Mr. Ilendry received a tele- making the and entertainment a ,. styles
I InoorporRtud.) .nnvtla Norwood. Ktlltrev. 1! gram stating that the remains would not financial and supper social success, and to the fashionable I garnet

PAID UP CAPITAL 2000.00 J: In Ml.. Ilmi.k..tt'. Kooin.{ arrive until the 11:51:: train that night. EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Floilda Star worn In New York ard: otr
************************** A special meeting was called of Indian and Cocoa and Kockledge News for the I large cities and that l
This company ownsIrAN' Pew an act and you reap a habit; River Lodge No, D0. F. <& A. M.,of which notices given thorn In their valuable
How a Imhlt mill you reap. a character Mr. Goldsmith! had been A member for variety enables you to perfetly
I 3D S, Hew a character and you reap a destiny. the past (II t year., and the members of __ suit your Individual taste.
-Ilnariliuan. this order met the train In a body escortIng CANAVERAL CLUB TO OPENi
H the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. Little Helen Nelson Is a little lady the remains of their late brother to Let us show you

'1'f''! Lncle River; at New River and on Hay visitor. the residence of Mr. John R. Walker, MUs II. W. Brown, of Boston, Super. D.1..s, THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR FAI!
the I 11:311) :!() o'clock
Bob Carruthers In best In 3rd grade where next morning at Intendant of the Canaveral Club, arrivedIn .
Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times
arithmetic the Masonic funeral services were held, lltusvllle\ Tuesday, and will open the FlneClothes erCQ.t.oste --

.,L Send for Land LI it.Offloen attended by a large number of Masons Club on December lilt being busy now rN SUITS from $8.00 To $25.<
D Miss Dauskett ays Marlon Orubur Is After the services at the house, the remains -I In making the necessary .arrangmentsfor l-
at Tltusvlllo and Miami Fla. her "brag pupil." were,tenderly borne to the church the same. !She was' accompanied by Our Fall and Winter stock is all in ar

Canfleld a delegutlatlon from Atlantic Lodge No. Mrs. Fanny Barnes, also of Boston, who
Margaret of St.
entered the 3rd grade, Augustine. SO, I. O. O. F., acting as pall be are III, will be housekeeper for the Club. opened up, which is by far the largest andfi
East Coast Meat Market where the services of the Methodist Mr. Thos. MoAlIen, chef at the Victoria .
We are sorry to lose Pearl Goodwin Episcopal church, of which the deceasedhad hotel, Asbuiy Park, N J., Is ex. est line of Clothing, Shoes, Hats. Men's ar

who has moved to LaOrange. long been a member, was read by pected on the 2otu; inst., and a second Boys' Furnishings. Everything New. Price*
O. F. DUREN, Agent Rev. A. D. The Masons con
I'aikburst Brady has been best In I'enney. cook is yet to be selected Mr. Frank
. geography the past jnar. cluded the services at the LaGrange: Brown will have charge/ of the dining Right. One Price to All.
cemetery,where the interment was made, room, and Rebekah Smith the laundry.
C'P: We must all work hard and coma In the family lot, along, side of his Capt. O. A. Quartertnau has been engaged -MAIL ORDERS A SPECIALTYPen.riey -
U2c-- r cty regularly so as to be promoted.Our : mother and father, the latter proceedinghim as superlntendant of the boats

:> class color are to be crimson and only about two years. and all tbe outside business, and has had : ran.n.irig': :: : :
white. Crimson for courage and white The remains were followed to their the boats thoroughly overhauled, and
1. for purity last resting place by many sorrowing launched Mr. Oscar Q'mrterman has UP-TO DATE CLOTHING HOUSE,
ft lend., about fonrtv Masons and -- Helen Sister entered the 7th grade. from the Odd Fellows Lodge of ence Frarrai as pilot. -Tl.1.u.s"V"l.11o.: : :F-1orl.d.n-: :
. ,
We are glad; to have her .and give; her a Fort Pierce, of which Mr. Goldsmith Mr. W. S. Norwood will\ have charge -- -- -- -- -

4 eo cordial welcome. was a Past Grand, consisting of Messr of tbe stables, and three guides have

-NA. Rosa Rowland Purkhurst Brady Ma F. E. Wilson, Silas A. Davis Chas II. been secured to see that the members of Hardware: : stoves" Oils
= ,
Edwards. J. N. Jenkins A. K. VVllson ,
: CO mie Ramsey and Kosser Morgan have the Club, Had al: the game they want.
1'. E. Watkins :S. :S. Buell and J. A.
_U2 cII best scholarship In 4th grade. : PAINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Those best In reading and spelling In Maurice F. Goldsmith was born In I WHITE FLY. E#

.' llrd grade. ate, Elsie Clark, Fred De. ColumbiA, S. C., about 35: years ago, and -
'T Coursey and Margaret Canfleld. came to Titusville with his parents about Kttttor Eat Con t Adtoratt:

r THE ANHEUSER BUSCH ,1800, ranking this place his home until On our trip to Manatee county some
Little Frieda
Walker ha been absent
,, five years ogo when he and !Mr.! W. N, years ago, Mr. E. L Brady and myself
for some time on account of sickness. Ilendry moved to Fort Pierce to engageIn / found the "Manatee River Grove;

'e r Brewing Asso's.ramifiit We miss" her and wish her back. the clothing; business, under the name owned by Messrs. Kirkhuil and Crouter

Verna Monroe and Mamie Ramsey, of Ilendry fc Goldsmith, which is repoit- with the best crop in that section. It
two new pupils entered the 4th grade, ed to have been a most successful venture was then regularly sprayed. I here send
r.r' fir. Louis Ken and Hot also Karl Nelson, who Is the best behaved lIe became one of the foremost extracts from letters of Mr. W. I. Klrk-

; tloil Ileer. boy In the room. men In that town having a keen eye to huff, manager: dated Oct. 20ih, 11)00.
the Interest of his !section, and could Yours truly
Bold Meaitri. r.A. and We half
by Losley hear
were given a holiday to
always be found In the councils of those M. S. SAMS.
n,.L. Motlow,Tltinvllle.rla. Governor Uroward'a drainage speech. looking for the public Improvement nnd "I have not sprayed In three years, P I
We do not know whether
v ItyMr.R.LMotlowCnooarla.JOSEPH ] we want It or welfare of his town and county. Fort found the spray was Injuring my trees,
not. Those Is too much water' on the I used rosin wash and could
Pierce will" greatly miss the departure of not keep
ZAPF CO. brain to suit us. v this Important factor In their welfare. the fly down even with that Since I
Those on the Roll of Honor are, Kosser The deceased was united In the holy quit spraying; the brown and I red fungi

Morgan, Lottie 'anova, Cora Boyd, Karl bonds of matilmony>> in 1HOO\ to MIsa have cleaned out the white tly, and the
I Sole Distributors, Nelson, Uuah Wilson, Mncy I'onoook, Maude Hnldwln, of Tltusvllle, who with /grove is now clear of smi>t and beauti
: Margaret Norwood, Mamie Ramsey, their only child, Benjamin, survive him. ful. We have a tine crop of fl nit of sur-
} 610 to 010Vest: Bay Street Frank DeCoursey There are two brothers, W. E. and J. perlor quality. Do not try to light the
P. Goldsmith, his father-in-law Mr. B. white fly, I fought It for eight years."
J\OKi'HT.I4( [ ( :, F LA. Examination is past, and those who L. Baldwin, and near relatives In the (Signed) WM I. KIRKIIUFF.
t stood highest were, Helen Wilson, Gruber and Mendel familes, of TItus.
Marlon Oruber Sadie Duron Jeanette
vllle, besides many friends left to mourn
West End Norwood and Laurie Halle. Laurie I his HUNTING AT TITUSVILLE.
Pharmacy I
flails made best record lu arithmetic..
Maurice for that the he
was "way' was
The open season for quail, turkey and
Richard Robbins was absent several known here, was one of the most popular
EAU OALLIE FLA.S. deer was ushered in last Thursday by
days on account of a bad out sustained young men la Tltusvllle, and although -
c. Hodgson M. D. R, P. the sound of many guns In, the woods, 'Walker: 23ardware Co.
at school. Dr. Utley wan called and he had been away from here for and body who has the hunting : : ,

Proprietor.Corner took him in charge. Several of his classmates live years, numbered hU friends by his fever every at all ,bled himself away to the TIl'USVILLE.: FLORIDA.

of Young and Houston Streets. called to inquire how he was get acquaintances, and a gloom was cast woods In quest of game, and most of -- -'-' -.- ----- -- .
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entire when the word
ting along. over our city came
C Complete Stock of Drug and Druggist's that Maurice was no more. with those well who filled went game for bags.quail came home .....N..N.....N.N...N........................

:Sundries: Cigar, Stationery, Por- ilK I'OR" OB: MISS Tetrads ROOM the The beieved ADVOCATK In extends their sympathy lose to Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brannlng broughtIn F. A. MoanAKProprletor. Du E. R. BLAKKWOOD: ,Registered; DruuijlrtiS ,!
C "I' fumerjr, Toilet Article, ones great the limit of quail, while Mr. Van T,
'BKCOND: 1I10 TJl. **
:Souvenir: Cards, Worley bagged/ three turkeys, and returned : \
t r Candles, Eto. Highest average let grade,83 per cent, A SAD DEATH. by noon. Messrs. J. P. Hall and
Olivia Collins I.. A. Brady bagged forty quail on the

Prescriptions Carefully Compounded Highest 2nd grade O:!; : same day. I $
Pauline average Rowland. g percent Last Friday at and early hour in the Morssrs. J. 110(. Os ban and L. 0. Bran REDJ'; PHARMACY

evening, at the Poaohck boarding house, nlng went out for a few hours Saturday,
Perfect in deportment, Pauline Rowland Tltusvllle, Miss Maude Stanford, of and brought in twenty birds, while one ,
Hodgson Bros. Edna Gruber, Margie Carruthers, Mulligan, Ky., passed from this life to day the first of this week Messrs. L. C | gigTITUSVILLE

William Bailey and Maude Wetondorf, the great beyond, at the early age of Branning and D. B. Pritchard brought .

i EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER', FLA Perfect In attendance, Lizzie Holten, eighteen years, away from home, and In forty bird and Messrs. E. E. Knox :
Ada Bethea, Pauline Rowland, Wallace In a land of strangers/ with only her and Frank Skill bad fourteen each. FLORIDAA
Marine nail way, young brother, Charlie, sixteen year. of ,
Conovn, Arthur Nobles, Foy Duren,
F Complete Stock 01---
with her. !She was a victim of that i
j' General Merchants and Ship Chandler. Robert Prltohett, Stephen:: KittIes and I age dreaded, disease consumption, and la CIRCUIT COURT.. .

r. W ..Special Facilities.. Carl Wilson hopes of prolonging! her life, came. to In our last issue. we gave all the proceedings I PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS, SUNDRIES.. r -'
lltusvllle about ten days before her - - -
of the Circuit Court
with the .
f For Hauling Out and death, like many others afflicted as she, .
Storing Repairing CHURCH NOTICES. exception of I the following case, whichwas t Prescriptions Filled
with the -
too late for benefit.
I any .
Yachts unintentionally omitted. It has
and Launchel.j' .
The funeral held In the Methodist
r was ever been the policy of the ADVOCATE to : .
Service at the Catholic church on Sun ;
Mention the A nvooAT when writing. church, Saturday afternoon conducted give the complete proceedings of the I
day, Nov. 11th, at 7'IO:: p, m., Father by Rev. W. F. Allen, and the intermentwas Promptitude
Circuit Court aDd our readers can always TRIAL ORDER.
will lecture the Catholic
Curley give a on made In the Tltusvllle cemetery. '

,:, Stanley Ditching Invited.church here Subject, to which of lecture alt are cordially will, be Mr. Bobber of this place, was acquainted depend:State: on of our Flotida doing vs so.J. G. Bast and ..... ...............................................
with some of the deceased's .
Palsy Moore charged with lewd and h. .
Church of "
"The one true Christ. Maas
lived them Ken.
family, having near In
t.' Dealer in- on Monday morning at 7. tucky, and he was very kind to the together lascivious, not association being married and cohabitation to each EZ._ :se.:: A.:czSEO.

FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS Services at the Methodist church, Tltusvllle young brother In arranging for the other The defendants, J. G. Bast and

next Sunday, Nov. 11th, as funeral. Daisy Moore, being present in court
F :, Tobacco and, Pipes Temperance, Candles Drinks.Fancy China follows, t !Sdnday School at 10 a. m. Charlie Stanford has the sympathy of were arraigned and plead not open guilty. : GROCERIES GRAIN ANDHAisLL: FOOD PRODUC
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 730; p. m. In the sad death of his sister Continued for the Defendants until ,
I The following brands of cigars, delivered Preaching services will be held at the next term of Circuit Court We handle PRODUCE of all kind. We are agents for IAPES FERTILJ
f' at$2.23; per box of M: Minis at 3 p. m. Everybody invited to We deal exclusively 10 the above line of goods and .ollclt the tradeof all cot

Ilumboldt, Key West Smokers, Premos, these meetings. Rev W. F. Allen, pas. THE ELECTION.From erl. Write ns for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your etatteo..
. $ Cream, Cubunas, ohalskl. tor. WET AND DRY ELECTION E. L. BRADY & BRO. s TITUSVILLE. rL .

I Flinch Cards, SOo.;
t Hats, 23o. Services at LnGrangeevery 1st Sundayat the Stale, the opponents to the drainage The Board of County Commissioners

F STUART, FLORIDA. II a. m and 1SIQ: p. m. amendment have won by a large at following their meeting petition Tuesday: granted the Walker Co
Services IndlanoU 2nd Sunday
at every majoilty
Petition of R. N Andrews, et al., reg ,
at 10:10: a m. and 7:30 p. m.
I t late red voters of Brevard county Flor. -- Healer In
Victor Talking Machine. Services at Fltunvllle :ird and 4th -
every The lleneral"leolon which held
wa ,
ida, praying for a wet and dry election
--- Sundays at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Sun. Tuesday, parsed quietly In Tltusvllle a in said county wan tecetvcd. Mud the Staple acid::: Zriari.c3r::: O-ioeerie: : :
day School every; Sunday at 10 a. ii,., small, vote being 07 voting.
polled only
same was compared with '"
If ;you need a Victor Talking Machine and prayer meeting avery Thursday at' What Interest there was manifested from the Registration Books coitilted and list Fruits: ac.d.::: 7'ogta'b1es,

or Records: the Hod Cross Pharmacy 7.IO: p m. Rev Wm. :Stones: pastor. was on the drainage amendment which that more than It appealing
one fourthnf
: '
1 lltusvllle, will sell them to you on the resulted In a tie vote of 3d for and 3$ registered voters had signed said petition Hay, Grain: ::: anal::: Fe

0 following terms: 9J.50: ; cask, and SO I)raying. against There wan only lit rotes as required by law. Ic Is ordered that -Your Patronage Solicited_
1 against the amendment to Increase the the sm be granted and that said election
., cents per week TITUSVILLE _
f Draylng or hauling of all I Inds promptly salaries of Supreme and Circuit Court be held un the ISth day of December -. .' FLORIDA.
Do not fall to call and hear _.
these _.
t won- Judges and this amendment carriedby -- --- ---
'* attended to. Meets! all train. Stove was I'-WXl; and that the Clerk I I. hereby "- --
**... detful machines when you visit Tltu.i . wood for sale at all times a large majority, although many did Instructed to publish the notice of said
.t i yllle. .' II. E. H.LTEX.TltusvIRs: not vote on It at all. election required by law SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.


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