Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 16, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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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Volume ID: VID00477
Source Institution: University of Florida
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' !-OL.l7'. NO. 10. TITUSVILL.E FLORIDA FRIDAY- NOVKMBER. ].O, 1OOO. PRICE 5o. -.i.. :

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t LOCAL NEWS, Confidence Clothing at Kllne'H. Correct Clothing.Fall Improved Orange lloxes. Goo. II. I'"eriia1d Hardware Co. ,,
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Ilnd Topics of General Interest. is what we want to establish with our We count ourselves fortunate Indeed In line with the hundreds of With the New Lock Joint Panel End Dealers in Wholesale and Retail Hardware '1''

Customers.And to carry the A. B. Klrschbaum Clothing others and let us tit you up In your' Win- Heads, which are.superior to the old paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds, wool\i .

THE ADVOCATE, we want yon to have the assure -their tailoring Is the supreme expression ter Suit, Overcoat, Hat, Shoes and Furnishings style panel,( bond No cracks nt the lime, cement, brick and shingles ,)

11.50 per annum In advance.' anco t that merit and honest value are at. of fashion; the ultimate of fit and ; having now on exlbttlon a corners Can: furnish them complete Machine Shops,, all kinds of repair :?
t ,75 six months, tached to our lines of merchandise finish.If Complete line of Fall and Winter !goods. with birch or patent cypress hoops, In work on engines, bolleis and Naphtha y$
42.00 per an. to foreign countries. Our only aim will be to satisfy our ous any sort of tailoring will do, countus Every Item new and strictly up todate.See car lots or less. !launches !

5 When you subscribe for the ADVO tomers and! to make this conclusive we out. If you want tailoring of distinction our large display ad., page 8. We olin give; yon the Best Box on the Tin and Metal work, plumbing, steam "*11 i t'

r I CATS by the year, it does not cost you will give the money back for the asking al "a moderate price, count WINSTON! S. BRANNINO. marl ei and save you money. and gas fitting. Good Work at lowest /Jiji': ;1
f I three cents per week, postage included.Mr. if your purohai-e proves unsatisfactory us in. The Men's and Boys' Clothier, Write for prices on wraps.W. prices. ,

S and ]Mrs. Goo. M. Robbing en. THERE'S a pleasure> and a' satisfaction JULIUS KIIVK, Furnisher, Hatter and'Outfitter, A. MKBHYDAV OttO if. PKRNAI.D HARDWAIIB: Co., J-Ml ,;

t Joyed seeing the Jacksonville Carnival In filling your wauts at Tltusvllle'a TltusvlllP. Fla Titusville, Florida. (Palatkn, Kla.( Sanford Fla. A.
1 1 last Saturday. finest and largest store. You alwaysfind !1q I I'

IDEAL FLOUR ONEof just what yon want because varieties -Mrs. \V. N. Ilendry, of Fort Pierce -Mr..B. M. Fiizzulle! prominent and HUNTING IN BREVARD.The AMONG THE HOTELS.Take : '
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IKAUFFJIAN'S t
the finest grades of Flour on the are right.CLOTHING complete and quality and spent a few days in Tltusvllle this week. well known attorney of McCrae, Oa., l.
price are .
market,also Canopy and Harvest King EARLY REFUGEE BEANS and all was a guest of The Sterling on Monday. open season In Brevard county note of the hotel ads on our

Flour at S. J. Norton's. DEPARTMENTReady kinds of garden seed at S. .J. Norton's.Mrs and Tuesday.We for hunting deer bear, quail} snipe, turkey 7lh page.
for the first FrosT\ e early' squirrel etc, has commenced In '
-Mr. W. R. Sanders, a prominent and buyer cinches the best. Our Fall Suits I A. A. Stewart, after a pleasant are glad to bear of Dr. Feigel'scoming Tltusvllle\ and other places! along Indian The ADVOOATH Is on file at all the

j well known orange grower of Indianola, and Overcoats are ready to be examined. visit with Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Pentland, to TltuHvllle. 'The Doctor will River In ernest, Day after day hunters best hotels In New York city. .
remain for three weeks-lemember! the are leaving TltusvlllM for the woods| and
I of Jacksonville returned to Tltusvllle ;
In TitiiHvllle a couple of days or so They are master tailored and fashioned .
was !good bags of game'.uie being bl'lIlIllhtInt Mrs, Arthur If. Rend has opened a
date of his arrival.Mr. .
I tills week to the, minute. hey I will fit you and on Sunday.Dr. () town. No more delightful vnoa easy apartment house near the Union .

-Judge A. D. Penney, of Fort Pierce, wear you without wrinkle or break, II. G. Utley has presented his George M. Itobblns buts been at lion and no more healthful outing than station, .raok onvllle, called the West a
come In. you need not buy. wife with: a fine Columbia talking machine Miami for a week or so, attending to a visit to the Florida ,pine forests can DIY hotel. ';
j Tltusvllle yesterday disposing
was In be enjoyed; and coupled with all the
I of his interest In the store of Penney Aj PARTICULAR PEOPLE purchased from the agent, Mr. law matters lIe returned to Tltusvlllo enjoyments which this season utters, Is Although The Sterling, Tltusvllle, has I,
j Banning, to Mr. Branning. Come Here For :iboe.... The Man or Fred A. Morgan, Tltusvllle. yesterday the keen enjoyment and zealous Interest been opened hardly' two weeks, the .
Woman who wan's the correct styles, of the sportsman, who with his rifle ,I I'
-Mr. A. O. Frink, general manager of the best artistic and skillful shoemaking -Tbe 1 ADVOCATE was well taken care -Mm.! C H, B, Haney, dlstilct Supt.of and gun, goes Into the woods to experience house has done flourishing business ,

I the East Coast Turpentine Co., Kan Gal. and wants to be peifeorly fitted never of by Mr and and l\frt. Harry Wilson the Children's Home Society of Flor- the excitement of the hunt. The Sterling Is highly spoken of by all 1
I the of The Sterling thinks during the absence of the editor and ida, was In town yesterday, making Floilda'*" ltli its vast wilderness of who have stayed there. When you
lie, was among guests of going elsewhere for Shoes.
pine forests, lakes rivers and
In North Carolina collections for the Society which .tt'eam.-I to Tltusvllle The Sterling.
I proprietor money come try
Titnsvllle, on Monday When you come here for Shoes you are Is, undoubtedly, a huntei's, paradise. : I
WE ARE AGENTS FOR CUMMER'S always sure of getting! the best, ;you get -Mr. Allan Campbell, of Melbourne, Is a very creditable Institution. From the lime when the opening shot Notwithstanding all reports ,to the
the law Is ff and the user
Orange Boxes, quallty'the best, price full value for your money and escape all was a guest of The Sterling, Tltusvllle, Winston S, Brannlng I III sole agents; for boar proclaims, elo? make for covei<' , before the, contrary, a letter from New York to the I "

no higher. Write for quotations. I paper and sh.iddy made Shoes that never a few days this week. He was one of Hawes (Hats. They are winners. bang of the hunter's title, until the last ADVOOATH says that Mr. Fred C. King 'I I

S. F. TRAVIS & Co., Cocoa, Fla. fall to prove expensive, however low the the jury at the County Couit.Mr. I -Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Price, who own day allowod by the Florida !game law, will positively return to the Royal Poln- "
price be. the woods and streams i>f the East Coast claim hotel Palm Beach this winter )
-Mrs. Cba B. Jefferson, who has may and Mrs. \V. II. Harris, who beautiful home at Arlington, near of Florida aie a hunter's paradise, and ,
I been enjoying the summer In Sandwich Come in please, just for a look about. have been spending the summer In New Columbus, 0., have arrived: at their oosy sportsmen from all parts of the United where he hits been a prominent figure ; t
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JOHN WALKER & CO., winter home In Their la btates-and even from England come for many years Mr. King has also spent
York state and OlAo, were passengerson Day' na. son
and in Maine has returned to
JMass The Department Store with them. here to hunt. several summers at the United Stateshotel r
I her beautiful place at Kobe Saturday's southbound train, en The Indian River Is famous J
orange; grove TitusvIIle Florida t country Saratoga; but at present holds ,
I route to their home at Tlbbals. for the rewards which It bestow on
Sound Miss Kebit LeTourneau
; daughterof
the position of chief clerk at the pala-. ; t'
hunters from and afar and already
near
Mrs. Brock, of Breoksvllle, Ohio, -l\Ir. S. N. Olndwln has Improved the -Miss Daisy Brady, one of Tltusvllle's Mr. and Mr..1. II. LeTournoau, ol sportsmen are gathering/ ;The Sterling, tlal New Hotel Belmont. New York. .

I mother of Mrs Chatfield, of New Haven appearance of his residence by a new popular young ladles, who spent the Eden, \911.1111 southbound pa s..nj1er,8un-; In Tltusvllle and telling many !goodstory I "

liml Rockledge, U visiting friends ntI i coat of paint. summer In the (.'atsklll Mountains, N. day, after spendln a week In Jacksonville of a deer or beat hunt.It TOURISTS ARE COMING. ,.
and with her sister Mrs. F attending the Carnival.If Is no uncommon sight; to sea a I ,
I Lake Helen. Mrs Breck and Mrs. Chat- Y., latterly -
hunter with bIn
to Tltusvllle a
-Mrs J. A. Collins and daughter, retaining
Held will soon be In their Rockledge; Maude, left Tltusvlllo, Monday, for a M. Wooten, of Camden, S. C, arrived you wish to vote In the wet and deer, bear, quail, turkey, duck rabbits, conversation with a Times-Union ,: I
I home. home yesterday, much to,the pleasure 'dry election to be held December 18th, and other birds and animals; but quail man, Charles II. Walton, editor and proprietor t' ,
few weeks' stay at bums, to enjoy the of the EAST COAST; ADVOOATB.Tltusvllle !
of her many ft lends.Mr. I and duck shooting seem to be the most I ,
WANTED-Traveler for established outdoor life and fine oranges.Mr. you should register and pay your: poll popular sport ID Tltusvllle and neigh said: "I have spent severalweeks "
I Homo. $12 weekly to start. Expenses and Mrs. C. L. Berge, Miss tax now. Don't put It off till too late.Mrs. borbood at present, and visiting hunters In the big towns of western North
I T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, O., to be their share of them. Carolina, Including Asbevlllo and met
paid. References. Address, Mabel Berge and Mr.,Eugene Berge, of seem getting
J. A. Begg called to Sanford
was -
1122 who had been on a visit to his winter But hunters should bear In mind that many northern people who will visit
Geo. O. Clows, Tltusvllle, Fla. Adelphla, N. J., are again in Titusville S
unexpectedly last week on account Jacksonville and other tourist resorts
home at tube bund, has again returned the Fish and Game Law of Florida says
-Mrs. W. II. MoFarland arrived hereon to Cincinnati Mrs. Snider Is In for the season. They are occupying Mr. of the death of her niece, Mildred Ernes you must not bunt In Brevard or any along the East Coast this winter. I have i'
Geo. M. Bobbins' house In South Tltus other In this no doubt Jacksonville will do an Immense
Air. county state on a Sunday.If
tine Tolar only child of and Mrs. '
Sunday night; from the North, to New York, receiving medical treatment.DR. violate this law Sheriff Brown tourist business after the Christmas
vllle his mother you ,
formerly occupied by ,
R. E. Tolar of that .
upend the place.PHOTOGRAPHS.
winter, as usual. She has holidays and hotels and boarding
will later ,
FEIGEL WILL BE IN TI- surely get fou-lIooner'or -so
C. C.
the late Mrs M. P. Robblns. Their
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been on the sick list, but will soon reIcupcrate .-All kinds of boto- do not hunt on Sundays.: house keepers should get fully preparedto t '
in 'Tltusvllle. Mr. MoFarland tusvllle the last week In November, for many friends, are pleased to again see Mensrs. L. O. Hrannlng, of Tltusvllle; entertain tourists In true southern *
11 Ia In Mexico but will to Tltusvllle three weeks, to wait on his patrons them In Tltusville. graphs taken, In up.to-datest1Ie, from I' and Wm. Dodd, of Augustine/ were I style. From Jacksonville these people a,
come who need Dental work.., $1.75 and upwards per dozen. Portraits In the woods about three days, and kill will visit St. Augustine, Ormond, Day. '
I liter In the season. DENTAL WORK-If you need anything Crayon, Pastel, Water Color and! ed (II X!) quail, although they say quail are tona, 1'ltunUlel'alm Beach and Miami, J
-Dr. F. H. Iloughton, who had been -Mr. and Mrs. Cbas. T. McCoy and In my line, call on me when I arrive, 011 Paintings at most reasonable rates, not so plentiful this season as they were and the 'hotel and boarding"house ads. ""I
I'pending the little son, who have been spending the the last week In November, for a three and from small last, owing to heavy rains during the will tell them where to stay.
summer at his lovely home enlarged any photo breectlnfil.ell.on. Editor Walton Is now in Jacksonville
I war Columbus, 0., spent from Satur- summer In Philadelphia, returned to Tltusvllle weeks stay C. C. Felgel, Dentist.Mr. graph. Babies taken as quick as a Mr. Pass, of this place, bagged; 10 to visit the Carnival, ere leaving for his !

1 day until Sunday at the Sterling, Titus- on' Tuesday. They are now at anj Mrs. '\Vm. M. Brown returned wink. Call and see samples of our duck and coot last Saturday, and said home In Tltusvllle.-Jacksonville Times-

I'llle, and then left for Fort Pierce for a their beautiful orange grove place just to Tltusvllle the first of the work, and and have your photographs he could have shot more, but did not Union. _________

I'!few day, to visit Dr. Urloh, who is In west of town. week, from their second trip to New taken now, as we will leave soon. I want them DANCE NOTICE. '
Messrs. Wade II. Jones and L. C.
charge of the house boat, Dentos. Dr.Houghton'8 -Dr. J. B. Ross and son, of New York this summer Mr. Brown bat ,: IS. FAUST, Tltusvllle Fla Branning went out on Tuesday, and returned -

dental offices are In Day Haven, Conn., and Daytona. Fla., were been at Miami all the week, looking i -A letter from Mr. Edgar A. Freeman to Tltusvllle with 10 quail. There will be a dance next Wednesday j!

tons among the pleasant callers at this office after his banking Rod other Interests; of Freeman Bros., ,real estate and ----- evening In the Opera house, TUusvllio .

[SEMEMBEtt: TIlE DATE-The last on Monday. They were on their way but Mrs. Brown and lion, Mark, art at insurance, of Camden!! ; N. J., wbo Is a -Captain J. O. Walton has had men large, given gathering by the TltumllleVSoclalClub.A of first-alass dancers. I

week In :November,and for three weeks to their borne at Daytona, after visiting their cosy TltnsvIIIe home, next door to valued subscriber of the ADVOCA 1'E,say.: employed this week fixing the broken Is expected on this occasion y

the Dentist, Dr. C..C. Felgel, will be Palm Beach and Intermediate place. In The Sterling.Mr. "I expect to come to Tltusvllle shortly windows, fence, verandah, etc.; and giving i

In Tltusvllle He has been here before their lanncb. and Mrs. Wm. M. Prlndle, of after January 1st. I am looking for- the whole surroundings a general For Kent

and his work speaks for itself JUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED luntlngton, W. Va., regular winter ward to spending; most enjoyable time, cleaning at his property la South Tltus

-Mr. Char II. Walton, who has been bushel New bean seed, Refugee or 1000 visitors to Tltusvllle, arrived her on as I have done during the past four winters vllle, recently vacated by Mr. Lorlllard, Ledgenaore, Rockledge, Fla., opposite

roe vacation of several weeks In Asher'le tol. 8. F Travis & Co, Cocoa, Fla. Sunday, and at once went to the SterlIng : I have spent there." -The many friends of Miss Mabel Hotel Rockledge, a twelve room house,

Wayne vHle and Ilendersonvllle, Mr. and Mrs I S. II. Peck and family to stay until Monday afternoon, -Miss Louise M, I>owe, of Newton, 8. Berge In Tltusvllle will be glad to with stable and carriage house, Artesian r
|baa returned to the home of Dr. and who- have' made their headquarters In, when they took possession of the Tuy- Mass, who owns valuable property at learn that she ha again returned to her well and a variety of tropical shrubberyand

I'* H- 0. Utley, on Palm street, TltunI'T Grand Mich. for cottage, which they have rented for Rockedge: and is a regular subscriber to first love, "tbe land of flower/ and sunshine fruit. For particulars address, "
Rapids
Mr. Walton visited Aiken, S. U., Tuesday's southbound, were train passengerson on their the winter, Mr. Prlndle,' who Is an en- the ADVOCATE, In a letter says: "After ," where she will again spend D. P, MEBWIN-,

!lid Savannah, Oa., on his return to huslastio hunter, brought four bird mild and delightful autumn, winter has another season with them. Miss Bergs Milford, Conn
for the winter. Mr.
to Rockledge
!\ rtda, and way ; logs with him. The friends of down from New York with her
| ; spent about four days In Peck has leased Hotel>lazoto Messrs. many at length descended Jpon New, England; came
"Mouville, attending the Carnival, McDowell fc Palmer hotel ir. and Mrs. Prlndle are pleased to see and I am looking forward with pleasure parents and brother, on the Clyde steamship Beautiful Winter JtesUlence 4
:he Boggs, > proprietors
1 Jacksonville hem In town Comanche and while en'route
Board of Trade ban- of well known again. to a visit amongst the orange groves In Florida
|W and the British banquet, given In repute. FURNITURE during December and January." made a host of friend, who were delighted -
Iooorof King Edward. with her charming personality
Notice.All DRY GOODS, ADDITIONAL LOCAL sod personal aDd her talented playing on the piano. For Sale Cheap. Ideal location on ,
NOTIONS, news on page 8. You must read every Indian River, near large hotels; all mod.

InvelttlJate. parties indebted to the firm of EDISON and page in the ADVOCATE, If you wish all houses For Kent. ern Improvements. About, one acre

fame Hunter: Penney & Brannlng are requested to call DRY BATTERIES the news. i with orange and other tropical fruit .
\Va\ have and settle accounts on or before Dec. 1 SHOES and trees. For particulars,sddress '
a complete line of Guns, Orange Crop for Sale Furnished houses to rent.* for the season -
HOUSE FURNISHING .
Gun Cases, Leggings and Hunting In order to close up ,the business the GOODS.CHAS. 100.VO. Best hunting and fishing on A. MILLAR, r I
Cost.. A. GABDNIR, Tltusvllle, Fin Box 10 A. F, D' No. 0 Dallas Texas..
firm. the ,
For sale, this year' crop of orange.and East Coast of Florida. loan furilsh
tt the WMSTOJT' S. BKANJTIXO' ,
housewife: grapefruit on the trees, Nevlns' '; just what you want. Write to
lVwlah ARTHUR D. PCl'I'' . to call your attention to.our Orange Groves, Slerrltt, Indian River, Joitx R. WALKER.Tltusvllle .
"*, Imported crockery; also Mason's Fla. For particulars apply to T. F. Nay FIs, -

hint, Jar and Jelly Glasses On EnC. Shot Gun and Kill ex. Twenty-four acres.. Ten acres cultivated ins, 330' Clinton; St., Brooklyn. N. T. My place), here, known as CERBS, 25 j

Ware.fe l lead with a full line. We have a fine line of Shot Guns and House and packing bouse. 'For Inspection apply to L. W. Drawdy, 'Ilrnh.laecl Cottages for tent. acres. Fronts on river half-rolla from ,

Give.BulMer t Rllles., Get ready for the quail season., Dock and bulk-head. About half a mile Merritt. Crop ,lSfJO) boxes., the Inlet and opposite the railroad station

1 usa call Before,purchasing your f Prices are right. of tram-way. Price, $ ,()()IOO EAST Two Furnished Cottages for rent la ; adjoins Government reserve on

,e"'aware, JAS. PBITCHARD & ON.Tltu.vme TERloJ. Apply to W, T. WELL, Fruit and Vegetable &Melbourne,' Fluild Etch has five which Is the weather bureau, lighthouse

rtlgate. Our prices are right Fla. Melbourne Fla. room and bath room tilth rooms and naval wireless station; 0 room dwelling

WALKXR [HARDWARE!: Co.Tituaville ,' Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of have bath tub.I ivatory and closet. The and packing house, both old, some

Fla. Orange: Wrapv. Galvanized Wire Cheap. Bay and Julia streets, Jacksonville, lichens have sinks with running/ water grapefruit, orange and guavas, S acres of

Wood I fix.,* always bring good results. Their and up-to-date cabinet !gasolen ranges. pineapples, In tine condition, fertilizedand

for Sale. Carload of those elegant silk tissue We have several tons of Galvanized I facilities for handling Pineapples, Or p.,. Handsomely Furnished Up to date. /good for 1000 crates next season;

pine wraps just received. Send to us if yon Wire, No 8, to No. 16, which we offer I fruit, Oranges: and Early Vegetables; cannot Piazzas on two sides. Rent for season splendid: hunting, fishing and salt water
'' oak,any length. Also plow- want the very beat paper. very low to close oat. be surpassed This is one of the ([one month or sis months) $300.: bathing 'Price $1000. t

.; "narrowing. See or 'address J. EAST COAST LCMBIB & SUPPLY Co., EAST COAST LCMBCH t SUPPLY Co., I oldest and most reliable houses In this Apply to W. T. WKLW, UAL. P.HARBIS, j
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Free and Labor In Politics. Political "Cleaning Up." Dyspepsia f WomenCaused

Labor's remarkable display of In some quarters there seems. a disposition -

Accepted Masons. strength In the last general purlia.mentHry to account for the generalnwukeuiug' by Female Disorders and Cured bj THE:: : ..A.LTOt::

elections In England makes of' the American people
E. Pinkham' Vegetable CompoundA I
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41i pertinent the questions ruined In the upon great moral IKKUCH' on the ground Lydia

Indian No. 00Tltusvllle Nlneteeri'.h Century and After l by W. that unexampled: : revelations re.-jrardlug great many women suffer with a

n. MnllocU. Mr. Mallock treats his political methods have startled society form of Indigestion or dyspepsia which ...
River
l subject. "The Political Powers of Labor and produced a feeling that our Institutions does not seem to yield ordinary treabe

Lodge."V \ Florida. ," as one of vital social Importance, are In (huger; Hut when specific ment While the symptoms seem -
similar to those of ordinary indiges- SELF-LOCKING
Hoi(In tin meeting the nuuonrt; and fourth Wednesday at the Home time UMHertlug that labor canes of wrongdoing; and theircure the medicines universally
tlon prescribed
of each month, to tho ftmsonle Temple yet
Titus'Ilia,at" 7 SO o'oluck p. in.F. In itself mistaken "us to the nature of are examined It often transpires do not seem to restore the pa

A, Morgan Worship Masur..JolmN. Its own importance" To quote: that the revelations followed upon a tient's normal condition.
Waller, Senior: Warden I R
cleaning
/ up campaign. Krll methods
I'hlllp W. K"norta.luninr, Warden The only irencrnl crlllclPtns of an adverse
O. .... ()lIron, Trja..nr..r. kind that can be culled for by the had been tinder surveillance perli.ipt
J. .. Hun rotary. Labor party as at present constituted for
and when
years evasion and
A. i'enney.. Honlor' ItauionI'ernyii. .are that 1U members are too opt to attribute concealment -
W"ltun. Junior l> nnon.U. to labor as such greater powers were no longer possible exposure
H. Walton Hunlor Mtewaril.M. TAOKLE: : I
and than It In
Importance a.
possesses
and fresh
H. Mama Junior Htuwanl. a outburst of Indignation
t.
J.K.Walker, complex civilization such as our own,
1""'. A. Lrfmley 'tyler. and further that Its members, In proportion resulted
to the exceptional character of Certainly n movement, If not this
their nbtlltles, fall to represent average YIy
INDIAN KIVKlt CIIAPTKK NO. "T, labor directly and represent It only In particular movement current, for Improved L'.4:7-rF-
that Indirect way In which It might be methods In public affairs bus
JU YAI. AKCII MASONS. represented by uny statesmen of equal
J been going on for Formerly
The Indlnn River Chapter, Uoyal Amp Masons ability, no matter what tholr class many years. :
meets the nrot Wednesday of each month at the Mr. Mullock Is n thinker who delves ; great politicalprinciples absorbed -

ftlammlo The Temple. tho ollt ere of this chapter public attention to the exclusion
following are deep and in this Instance be looks I

M. M. Rams, Kxnellent, High Prlant. hack' of tho men who scold the labor I II. and tbe neglect;; of details and .

.l.lt.. N.Walker Andrews King.K. H rll>... leaders to parliament to the political methods. The doctrine that "tbe end ,
H. It. Wilson, T"IMMMIrer.K. justifies the means" was acted up to If
A. Morgan r) "r..lnr.v. : Id"aht which these leaders bold and
T.H. Sanders, < an*. of Host.IxnilH not openly declared.! The great civil\ l.
Intellectual I lie finds that
their source
Alexander rrlnnlpul l4o.I..rller.l|;
Wright
K. M.'raylnr, a....IA'r..t riilnl I V. titanic struggle to test the
J.N. Waller, Mnalernf Mrniond V. of commons have been fed upon classic pnt ruggedmoral ; Is a new and groat Invention as It naves time money and labor. It wil

o O. A. Hteware Miwtnr of First V. vigor of tbe people rather than horizontally, upside down or at any angle. It Is Impossible for the
1) literature In the main, with, some Mrs. Vlnkham claims that there is a rope
J. KnnU SunLlnu6- !slight; attention to social and political the finer moral) coimclence. What kind of dyspepsia that is caused by a when locked, and no lever or 'rope attachment l Iii used in this ,

science, but out of I the 100 books Including must, bo was the thought! of' the hour derangement of the female organism. There !is only one hoist loner and lock the load, and It Is Impossible for the
OKI>KK OK KASTBKN!! STAIC. and which while it disturbance
the Billie Shakespeare, Scott I from month to month and year to year. causes a jam or chafe and there Is nothing to get out of older In this original tackle
Friendship Ch.ipior Vo. II, holds Its meetings similar to ordinary Indigestion,
the Moaonla. Loilire room, 'J',tll IIYIII.., on the Banyan Carlyle Dickens John Stuart What ought to ho had to wait for amore cannot be relieved without a medicine May be seen at the ADVOCATE office. Tltusvllle; The S. It. Ilubbnnl (

I first m.apters end The third following. Tumd.ijs are In the eaoh. ollluers mouth of at 8:00 the: !Mill and Henry George "no single one convenient season. Time has which not only acts as a stomach tonic, E. 0, Painter & Co., Jacksonville.
Oh) brought to the front newer forces and but has a peculiar tonic effect on the female
)i Mm. O. M. KnhlilPiH W. )I.| has any bearing on the pror-esses of there has, been a gradual ( cronch- organism.As .
John It. Walker, W. I'. productlo." None of the writers who proof of this theory we call at- .
M 11111 Ciuliurino, HHIIH, iHNOKlute M. meat of coiiHcleuce! lu the ,domain ofexpediency.
Miss .IDHHIO H.uliUirx' Asxinluta, Con.Miss Preachers have been busy Wright Brooklyn N. Y., who was .b "A"I','>, "'" ". ,
members touch the main object ""
upon "
II.Znnille 1C. Wllmm HtHWdrt 8'! .I're! murer.Mrt. In the- pros and on the as completely: cured by'Lydla E. Pinkham's I ..l; ..,::{ I.
Mary of the Lnbor mel11herlf-nl\mely, aril \"" '
Mrs, K. A. Morgan. well aa In the pulpit. There Is. .( Vegetable Compound after every S
M... J. n. Walker Ala how to secure for the manual laborer I thing else had failed. She writes
Mr. M. A. surtmueour.'MxrthaMrs..1. er distinction between "practical polltll'S" -
a Kline, Krtnr.| an Increase of the products of the national "For two yearn I Buffered with dyspepsia"
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L 11 n.=3.:U.Mama HlmttnI'lias. Industry. That labor has a and "clean politics The average which no degenerated the entire nyst< II. Wai tun, Wanlnr.' American ban braced up and become was unable to attend to my dally duties. I
B J. J.CarruthoraMnhtinel.K i. cause \Mr. Mnllock believes and closes felt weak and nervous and nothing that I ate
It. Wllnoii, Marshal. courageous! where before he was mildly tasted Rood and it caused disturbance in my
with these words:
Oeo. M. Itolibliw, t'ha.luln.TITUSVILLIG stomach I tried different
RcrnpulouH. Disgusted with the dyspepsia! cures;
1 The fact however! remains that the but nothing seemed to help] me I was advised
K 141. claims of the laboring class do recjulre. "muddy pool" which he was taught to Rive Lydia E. Finkham'eVegetabie
OAMI NO. In a complex society such as ours not had to be endured and dlucournged Compound a trial and won happily surprisud ,

merely us a matter of sentiment, but ana with vain efforts to disinfect, be has to find that it acted like a fine tonic and in a SHOWJ'THE
mutter of dispassionate iitatetiinanshlp, fewdaya I began to enjoy and properly digest. THIS
a constant. and expert attention .directed set to work: to wipe out the foul spot my food. My recovery was rapid, and in,
r { specially to themselves, and that the best for good and all.Healthy. five weeks I was a well woman. I have recommended FRONTOF
Jt' way of InnurlnK the nation against demands .. it to many suffering women" 'THE -

on the part of labor that are unreasonable No other medicine in tho world has I _
Is to satisfy and If possible Homes. WALTONPAT.
received such widespread and unqualified
to anticipate those that are just and rear
THESE ARE
those It Is not mnny years since we went endorsement or has such a record OUR
sonable. To satisfy or anticipate
may well tax the powers of the most. to overcrowded London and Glasgow of cures of female troubles, as has LydiaE. BLOCK PATENT LONG-

gifted politicians and administrators., The for Of the of Piukham's Vegetable Compound.
examples huddling Ieo1 -
Meets every flrat and third Monday In each. Interests of labor us distinct from the ROLLER. BEARING
monlhat 8 p. m., nh' .rp| at the Masonlo Interetits of other clusnes deserve on all 1 plo> in confined and 111 ventilated quarters. ._._ _no . .___ SHEAVES.

Consul Temple.Commander .. ground the services of such men as Now we find most alarming con Canada Must Have Our Goods. e d
'
Wllnon
Adviser Lloutoimnt :::.. ::::: ::Harry,I.K.Waiknr these, but labor as understood: and rep ditions nearer home aud notably lit As might be expected, the laws andresolutions
Hunker .. .. ... . .. . . .. ....U. (J. Conkllng resented by our present Labor members
Kitonrt .. .... .. .. . .... . ...... n L.Mamlavllie must loarn' that It represents only one Chicago and New York city. Tens ofthous8ud8 of the British Imperial government
Clerk .... .. ...... ..... .. .... J.Ij.Curriitheri: force out of many on which the welfare of folks. live In < and of the Dominion a
tenements of
Watchnian, ....... .,.. . ....... J.N.Waller of the poorest no less. than that of the working Canada
Sentry.... .. ... .... .... ... . .... .. .T ."KIIIIIH richest Is dependent, and that If It IIclalmll which ore undralned: and rotten ore likely to omnlu n dead letter
lreutors..... .... .. ..I'.wllnon
exceed that which the underlying
a.1. t'Yyle. all'l H Norton Jhe breeding places of consumption because of the close social anti commercial .
Camp PhysleUn ... .. .. .. . .. ... E.K Kolllns facts of society warrant It will In the and other clJnenseM.Itnd relation already existing between
long run be worsted by forces which are
'r All visiting Woodmen are cordially Invited tom
attend the meeting. greater than Us own. as the accommodations are In the people of the United States

The relations of labor to politics In the poorer tenements, the tenants pay and their neighbors lu the north. Human

a ........... .... ... ...... this country appear to be drawing more rent than would bo required for nature will not sufTer Itself to1(1\
o. .
., nearer and nearer to a similarity with decent living rooms The trouble Is harnessed up by a policy which U

: HOW BANKS : those In Knglnnd. Organlzqd labor that the latter are not to be-had. New merely an abstraction. According to '

hero Is demanding special representation building laws in the great cities aim Consul H. D. Van Sant.at Kingston a 100( ) ) U3.

In legislative bodies It ought to to correct the tenement evil but they port city of Ontario there I Is a steady A

INCREASE BUSINESS bo possible font to secure able representatives are RO strict as to make alterations increase of trade relations betweenthe

among members of Its own anil repairs costly, and owners will not United States nn.l Canada In spiteof

ranks or at least among those In full abate the nuisances.1 Some owners the law pl ?lng.nrltlsh goods under .

sympathy.wltU It. plead poverty others fight the law and preferential I tariff. In a recent reporttho

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mine delays, while others still. It Is consul snys:

L xl i Reading of Karmhouse Folks. alleged, bribe inspectors to conceal tho While the loyalty to the empire remains Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed SheaviI

Tho report of the Wisconsin library truth and the evil continues. A/cam strong anti unquestionably preponderating

commission on'the reading of tbe men paign for healthier tenements Is needed tween the the border commercial countries relations continue be.to

It ItII and women of time state Is of Interest but !It Is not likely to bo pushed Increase largely both in this district and

as a marker -general social develop- until an epidemic threatening the whole the entire Dominion. The needs of the
two peoples are similar their business Intercourse .
II( "lueut. No state stands alone in progress land. enlists thc country people on the of necessity more frequent

, although averages may differ. side of decency and humanity. their taste, costumes and style almost
allle} and their social religious and.business ,
The point of this report which has a I Interests constantly Increasing A I

t'II sociological bearing, Is the kind of Hawaii and the Chinese.' few hours at mont BpDamtA the commer. 4
clal centers of the two countries.; : :A trip ,
reading mutter which flnds favor with That It Is easy to annex trouble from one to the other Incurs no more expense II u I"I .

.the rural masses. while picking tip a supposedly good or time than would a trip from one I II
Dell Moines bank. For one thing It !Is evident that newspapers thing Is shown In the case of Hawaii state to another. It takes weeks to geta ltd
I era are learning to. : shipment from England or Germany I dli III 1
l.hj I Ili
ndvertlHe. Thin lathe aro widely read and valued for and the labor problem of those once to Canada as compared with a few daysat

C .. great reason : their merits as public educators upon fruitful Islands In the mid-l'actnc./ Chinese most to get them across the line. I t II I I II III

1 "f that Dosgrowlifc Moines banks aroAdvertls up to date subjects. Farm folks do not coolies have tor years been barred The matteor\ placing this or that li

: so rapidly. : go to library books for points on pgrl- from -the Hawaiian sugar field, with line of pond Is largely controlled by I I 6 6IJ

.. lug iu the banking business Is culture civics! .economics' and no on. the result that the sugar growing Industry I the retailer, who looks first to Ills own

\ : a new departure, but It Is accomplishing : All of this comes to them with the which Is. the hinge upon which convenience and next to what his customers -

.. wonderful results .. welfiht> of' authority In their newspapers. Hawaii's prosperity swings, Is Bald to demand Consul Van Sant says I
: : .A local banker who bas been : Ixs of the that the dealers as a rule to IA ,I II Ili I I Iq It
They turn to books for classic n thing 1>11"" prefer

1) :S using page after pago of display : Ideas and for Information outside of The Hawullans we are told by Mr. "handle" American goods and In q II p /
advertising in the local .
recently said the scope of tho newspaper. Biography Hole, an authority on our new ncqulsltlon many cases the preferences of their ,rY
newspapers :
f. : : Is popular with farm people. It Is have vainly tried to get along customers compel them to keep them

j : "Through oar nilvertbelleTff ... I romantic and Instructive. Hooks of' with Portuguese; labor and then with lit stock. To quote further: I II
ive hats increased .
oar number of depositor : travel and description teach and enter- Japanese, The cry is now for Chinese This higher social circles are Intensely

r. : one-third la the pant f wluoatb tain. Standard and current fiction and the argument put up by landowners loyal to the based empire and usually make
purchases > upon their sentiments,
ill i "', .. ..** .e brings to tbe Isolated home tho variety. I and wage payers Is that the prod- but as a whole they take less Interest In i
the uct of the Islands Is all for the matter of trade and commerce than
which expended
Incident and romance move These long Roller looked
G : nttsburg banks are upending : the leading business men, wholesalers and I. Bearing Sheaves, which are upon as the grea
I about a million dollars every outside world. These three fields of tbe products of American labor If the retailers. The middle and lower classes anti-friction roller bearing in the world, are without cages to bold the rol!

I:I : year In display advertl lnlr; Th : literature biography; travel and fiction Hawaiian planters can get; the kind of ant usually priced buy goods where of they good' can get the low-. place, and therefore are! far more durable and run with far less friction than

F. t big newspapers of that city con -are the most cultivated; sound help they. need the plantations will result the business man quality keeps In and touch asa old-style cage. The sheave castings: are made solid, standing double the strai'

: tarn more advertising front the : choice and one, with newspapers ndd- yield millions of dollars. every year to with the wants of his best customers at the skeleton Iron sheaves.THOUSANDS .

D banks in town than from the e&CIo make the well read man and add to our national wealth.It the best. profit he can make and almost
Invariably on account of easy safe, quick
: department stores. Tho success :
' woman. and cheat) shipments the demand for
t I that has followed their efforts Is Hornetutng/ altogether lovely to goods of American make and manufacture
i : : bas led Dos Moines to follow : Increases with the
men population and
The Irish potato crop Is again reporte read the story of the farmer who was OF
r TIIESI
In their wake. The enterprising wealth of the country. SELLING IJT THE NEW ENGLAND STATEFor
to bo a failure Tbe Irish potato swindled out of $200 nineteen
yean
: bankers of the city are : I American commercial sentiment has all kinds of
crop seems to be as uncertain ns the ago and who recently; received a visit businesses where a Tackle: Blockjis used-
quick to see the possibilities of largely increased because from 75:>>
F"" : advertising In educating/ the : peach crop-but when It's a failure It's from the stranger who relieved him to SO per cent of the Canadians settling -
) failure anti that's where It of his and Is reimbursed with
people to save. The others will really n money In the United States the
report
. ,"' : noon bo forced to follow In their : differs from, the recuperative peach. Interest. Perhaps It's a genUine'case advantages of American goods and !!!!

footsteps or suspend.' DCS -- of (conscience but It has all the ear-

1 t ,:. Moines' (la.) Capital. .: A railroad man advertised for a wife marks of a game to pick up more easy their manufacture.constant Improvement Thousands: In of qualityand Americans Walton Solf-LookillgB1ockC C |

and before the newspaper had been
n : Advertising Is an acknowledged : nn'honr money. are passing through Canada each
: out had sixteen offers. Instead
1 necessity In the commercial season and by their deportment and
F j : world of today.-Printers' of being grateful to the paper he A wo'rhlwIMo' priest has Invented a 4M Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON, Mflas .
r :
generous! outlay us tourist help to advertise
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Ink. began kicking because be was only nl- buckle wbch, will tend to keep men .
and cultivate closer commercial -- - .
1 from the need of This -- --. -- -
lo.wed to use one out of the bunch. swearing. solves Interest.

.t the problem as to what wives are to Stood
p : This paper U read by the : The Test 25 Yea
i I .. buslnemi men of the com .. What do the peppermint growers, give their husband for Christmas,

'I .... munity. Banker who desire .... who have just formed nn organization which will' be at once novel and usefnt. Croup.A
to Increase their business
that may fairly be called the peppermint : reliable medicine and one that
: can reach new customers: : Grove's
should always be
Q... through our column.. trust care how much. the unhappy It will not be easy to answer the future Immediate use Is kept Chamberlain's: In the house Cough for

T.. .... baby cries? little Peterkln when lie asks his Remedy. It will prevent tbe\ attack If

t .......................I.. sire "What was It all about!"' that given; as soon as the child' becomes

c: ,'.". .\Astor heiress Is to marry an editor they did kill each other so In that war hoarse, or even after the croupy cough: ; Tasteless Chill Toni

I FOR ALL KINDS OF! JOB PRINTING "devoid of wealth" according to recalled by the peace tablet recently appears.; For sale by All Dealers

.t remember the A.DVOCATB: office. the dispatches) It Is just as well to erected at 'ort mQutb. JOB PRINTING don at this office. No

'" say "an editor and let It go at that -CUTe-No-Pay. so cents.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVIL.UE. FLA. NOVEMBER: 16, 1906( 3 :

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professional Cards. :Notice of Special Law TITUSY1LLB fLORIDA, I RISKED HI3 LIFE.I ESTABLISHED 1t39-! <

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"J\Tories hereby given: nf the Intention to I I __ .n tnteriri.lnq-- Ilrlorter Oat I TIfcT: RO: SON &;, SON 1

rEO. M. BOBBINS 1ngdv tlollduataaregnlareoasion to the, Ix-Blslatnro of the State of I lie r"a'a Fur Pits .'....... (
In the
lilO, to hiss a simdal ..r liH-al law for lirevard year A Favorite Spot In a Favored Undoubtedly tho boldest miJiTt.-lktnfC Commission: : : : : : 3VTo3fola.jrvxa.-t: : ;,. ,< ,
AND COUNSELOR County l-lorlda.. In
ATTORNEY substance an follows: tho of a reporter\ h scorn\ a"bent" ) .J.
AT-LAW. An Act entitled'. 0" Art. to authorize, the Hoard Secton-The Famous East on port: 13(1( Eiwi 111&)' "1.<.11 1 end :2 Atlantic Wharf CHARLES: OX, S. C* ..
of C nnnlnsloiiera known la the history of >
'
." County or Hrevurd (;". mly eve ( 1Nc ,
2*' to levy ftn additional tax of two ,ml lit Coast of Florida.. American journalism vrnrli<*n Thom :.
each .tIIElSl'JCTFUI.LY :
In State and United States year for two years, for the purpose of buy-
ttll practice IIIII' "!"'hlll..ry! t<> llll"u hard! urfin-e roads In as', H. Fielders" of the New Yolk Timesleaped SOLICIT YOUR HltPMENTS: OF-
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Court. ,
.uloullnty.lIe BEAUTIFUL 'fl'on11 stt'iuuer In New York
It enacted' by the B'11"1' of the IOn"E INDIAN RIVER.
IState
Office at TITU8VILLK, FLA. or FI..rl"I\ harbor at odds of about 100 to 1 of .
Suction i. It almll.. the duty of the Board of being dl'ownedllll,1 brought! the first Oranges Grapefruit 1 r ;
County ('untml.akwlere. of K evnr.l County IInr- Pineapples
OAULDEN, Ida upon tile |irpn ntutlon to thuui itt one ur : Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise graphic .story of the loss of tho ocean ,

D. :luoro |!petltilnu von.r,signed who: ate by u Preohohlnrn!inalorlrv!i: \ of: the of reirIntHroil Down this Par-famed River. I liner Oregon. It I IK the t-ustom of New '
nai.l
send down In l'plun l to IIH liavu the "Rtld., IIOI1 of knowing that,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, aoiiuty a Kinic for an niMltlonnl levy of two Fine Fishing! and Hunting York dallies to reporters | you / you are dealing ,
mill taxes for each year, for two yeiir for the | tho bay tr. meet Incoming Steamers with, one of the trident and inoxr reliable cnminlimlim ",'UIe'" In riiiuloMton. :
Will practice In all the Court of the Strata ]'nriumn iif lni\'lug nmiihinury to build iianl iiruia The town of TltusTllIe Is situated<< on In news"aboiifil. ,
when It U known there "blR
;imlillu nods In nalil' county, Ui le.v a tax I''
, Florida. and the United State Court or two nilllH ewli year tor two yeura, upon all tie Florida Elaat Coast Railway 164 On the ground that It Ix bet- WHAT[ Ot'lt atilt'KKH! IIAVK 1O 1

l.OMox.238.: : : TITU8VIIXIC FLA. l property.| .I in '
]l"vlel.I taxes required by nort' of Palm :Beach and 212 miles I dispatch the reporters by special'\ permit 1':. M. HOWAItl, (>enln, Flit K M. ISA'IN A It I). ,'nburnd"I... FI... ,:
Hei-tiiin a. The levy of Bald. | toxm provided ,ile.. fiy. autUfictui, \ thluk the best j
; J. WEBB horelucloth. heniucln by the atid l liounl ot County north of Miami. The Titusville branca I on a government revenuo cutter UsntlemetA grant. m mv untweiNhuliMv 1 Milts 1''flve.llhla ) ; '
F r Colon itnlonuriiHt the tinm reqiuied by law for of the defunct Jacksonvlll. Tampa &: I or else on n specially: t-lmrtci-e.l tutt. <> ill \if li.-trtr iPNiil-N can his had HiiHxun.It i
, A TTORNEY.A T-LA Wl the levy ol other rounty tnxmt, and In the, with a view to t-sitchUis their game by .hll'l'ltIjt| | | .Iliolr\ lii'ixl ni-4111'oH' 'uutr. I, uml T. "'111 fX.t I.I., Avon Perk .'h.. I ;
manner rci nl roil l law West controlled by
Railroad
| by for the levy in the Courts of the 7th iinnnty taxee. before tho ship dJck It rene known poor fruit Hi nih,, I 'hero r r liiilyluoiml r :s..itsaer)' 1411> istae'ity.. Yon have done t j
l Will practloe Taxes paid for non-residents 40.O I). t.. ()AII.I>KM.A : the Florida: East Const Railway Co., early one afternoon abut n North Jer- ) nod ..hlll.d you iil.V v>-iy I.. let )5,11111111" ; :nn .Surly Iliiit I did not ship ,
Ireult. .
also runs into the tlVn-thls being the inul It inn plnHMiuo ti> nil ...
yea
rents and accounts collected. mat Lloyd\ wtemueiWIIA not far out oiaiiKOH, /gt< city my UKPH to ) o5.
jnd terminal point of that bfaa b. There I that jour 8.tlo"e.'o. equally if itiuiil: and \'
I !:. PL.OIUDA.jEMMIXOS |>i-llc.aiou" for Tax Deed. und every city editor In New York laid luuutnylnsuttu. .ecbetrtre ilinn the, beet uronot.att:5.bt.D.EhnrpeaMlN., : h
ITITSVlLLI
are several trains arriving dally from pinna for seiiillns! reporters to meet tho ,sates received from n"'l tholn. house I }: oiir sales, m- mote limn satisfactory .1

Under "Section" 8 of Chapter 4nfl8,Laws of Florlt'l; Jacksonville and Sanford during the Incoming lIul'r.1"It'llll'r" nppieolnre Vllllr pntinpliiuss and plaiiHAnt) Thank you eve..HU much bur your excel- "

:\ & ANDREWS NOTICE 18 HEREBY of GIVEN.: THAT J.. P. season. was one or theTHe mannptl business roittlonw., an4itike ,pleasntein "'."t leI "t'nll..111 hove done finely ,
| piirt-liai tux certificate eft. "
jATTORNEYS dated' the lot Hay nf Aiiguxt A. f).. Intl i Aa tae county seat of Drevard coun to get abound tIle lg>\ steuuier fur recommending, my friend to chip to your I.M.M: CII"sTE1tMt.: Augustine. Flu. j

-AT-LAW, line Died Hald rernll.iing r..r..x lend in. my 1 toi,lactic,nine,in and a'c..r.l.luuinndeaHillcttlon ty'It has a court-house and a modern down the bay cud went oolong the survivors ho.UMo.'o tlintikou' tor ,M>urn<>.nl l pilcesobC. -

Four PIERCE FLA. mice with law Maid rurtlllcto inbrai-e the jail building with rarely over two or of the OI'I.otOI1lslI..tN'/ \ luid obtained Ii:. FBANKLIK. Kla.I./ ......... 1"1" tI\IIIO'.llhlll s.-IIS..a" Slid "p.ompt. returns .. :

yard following county donrrlhed Fan...Ida. ,property to.wit.. : n.timtud In Mro- three Inmates. The population Is over son 10 tbi-llllnj tales of e cnp(>. (}entlenei-Vor, 1&,1"11 illlVt: I., en hops' *, mnltluun shipping| another' year. I

E. FOSTER LrfitHfiandri Alni-row-n mihdtvlHlon. of Lot 2. 1,000. Illness Is so rare, that one doc. lIe ,took notes enough to write a book very sailHfrfoturv, You liavn "e"t'.t nitt w. 11. cltsleON: CMy I'olnr H... :1
'TEPIIFN Section lownxlnp 22Houtli, IUiite|: !a5 E.i.t. about the Hlnklnx of the ship with for than Your Males Imvti 1 beau salUfactory.ollivr .
inure money my slilpniiiuts any very
The Mild I.MI I liuinic amieHiod at the date if the tor In town finds ample time to act as
D NEY.AT-LA\V issuance of .m'li oertlllnata In the name .f minute details of heroic renone' ami house thai I have nlilpp..d to. I Wo IIPl'l.t'l.i'd' your uood work and
ATTOI Davt.ICaini t'ulesneald, cerfiacatehall be m. Justice of the Pence and Notary Public plenty of wbut newspaper| men! call "picclaieoui. piomplnuNS and huge ti> | | .let inns. (lope to do a good

Jyal-Upchuroh Building, Jax. thereon deemed ou according theliui to day law ofiNovenibor, tax deed, A.will D.194113.IHHII: besides attending to his medical "Iniinini Interest" storlen. Then time do a laiK"" liiiHlutMM next k..ns
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Wlrniwn my ollicl d l denature and seal tills the practice while the other finds time togo begun to wear he-ivy. : on his hiuiiH. It
20th day of uctuher, A. 1>., 1-HKI.: --- -
(Meal uft.ct.) A. A.. VTKWAUT, hunting. was getting lute nt night and the ship
- clerk circuit oonrt. Here Is virtually the bead of the Indian had not yet passed iiuiirnntlne. To M. ;
-\ A. STEWART, IO.1 > Ur: U. A. Stewart Deputy (lark Mason Clark Co. t
River and the favorite point for make innttet-D worse the captain snlil 1,

u. FIRE INSURANCE. flttlnif; out and starting of numerous that ho would allow no one to leave

GRAY HAIRRestored cruising parties during our balmy win- the ship until she, Mid made her WRY Commission Merchants

Represents only strong and' reliable ter months ; as everything necessary to clear of quiii-iintlne. Fielders\ .vainly ; .

companies. to Jit's Natural Color comfortably equip a pleasure yacat, pleaded that he was not a pnMlIlnll'l'rI1n.l i -. .- "

Office corner Palm and Pine Streets. ARMSTRONG'S be therefore wan not ainenablii to the
ORIENTAL can here obtained at the moat reasonable
limpet-lion of the "ship, by the health IOU West St., and ALL FLORIDA
TITU VILL8. FLOKIDA. HAIR R JUVENATORI prices. This Is evidenced by .
ofllc-et-M. Hlx remoniUriiiiceM were nn-
the fact that the sane parties have 110 Muiray Street, 4 VEGETABLES
harmless
a compound that can be availing. The captain WitS obdurate. .
GENERAL DIRECTORY. applied AT HONE. been coming hero annually for many Ten o'llockinne.. The city editor, of NEW YORK OUU SPECIALTY.

Prevents hair from turning giay.hetuoies winters for that purpose, In preferenceto 'tho Times paced nervously around the

u. S. SENATORS.: the giayest hair to Ill, natural any other point along thet\ East night desk ri'peatedly asking. "Whereon '

1', rallnferro., ......./aoknonvllle.K. c.I.r. when applied every second day for Coast earth Is Fielders?" Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples :
.-....I'eimacolH. two weeks. "
: An application twice or three times a To the southeast of Titusville is tie Out there In the buy Fielders\ ,
U. B. COffOBESSMEJf.mk month will wide of salt water about wrought to a pitch of anger almost ---- '
preserve the natural color 01 sweep bay (
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M,8iarkiimn.| ,. ..Luke Tampa.in. City.. I any hair fut a life 11 ne. six miles In width), formed by the wa. sulllcleiit to Impel nu nxtiiiult'" upon the P. Ruhlman Co. :; .

, II, Limmr... .... .. .... Montlcel o. One puck like alit l lactic. l lady.1 one
U. 8. LANl OFFICE. two month; and will "last a uontleirt flahlng, wild duck shooting, soiling! dimpling' stream of light from hU tux .

BChnhb, . ....... .............. ...Roltl.ter. nix moot he. as Him lay out In the darkened waters 201\ Washington; St. l NEW YORK. /
.. Sent with full and rowing can be Indulged In to the
.lieceivtir.unices
O.II..hln..n. directions paid.1.
pontage
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Oaineavllle'Florida. waiting fur him. The captain of tho US Murray Ml: eet. f U" Y. i
at trial size 10 cent, ltegnbtrsize 50 ceut heart's content of the most fastidious I
steuuier would not permit' the tug to

ipoteon EXECtrrrVB II. Rrowurcl..DEPARTMENT.............Gove,nor. WM. J. ARMSTRONG, sportsman. coins nny nearer to his ship. Fielders
Clay Crawford ...... ......8.cretarr.ot State 60 West 92nd On the ocean beads, nearly In a direct stood! beside HIP rail, loudly remonstrating s
'.\'. Knott..... ... ... .. .. .... .Treiuiiirer. Street line east of Titusvllle, Is Oanaver. Oranges Pineapples :s'I:
H. Kills. .. .... . . . ..Attorney-uenenil. Dept. 5 New YorK City. with the man commanding the ,
'onto C. Crown..Comstroller:: al Club surrounded by over 10,900 big ship. He stealthily, placed one logover l
E. MrUn, ..... :.CommiealooerAgriculture.; ; i acres of land. This property Is ownedby the mil then the other. Then ,;
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IiiHtruotlon.CHITord
)I 1I..1I."a. Supt.Publlo| and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
It. Foster.Adutantl4eneral. Dude County Laud for Sale. some of the most prominent and there was a .splaxhlng sound below

,Bradford,. . ..... .... ..Burvejor-Oeneral ,. I
E. Ro e..... ............ State Client 1st. wealthy residents of Boston who come and a chorus of shouts, from the passeiiKors. W. .eprwumit several of the largest; shippers In your ta.to.l1ntl wish to ropreseu
most Amis .State Kxaminor.UIHcea : south to hunt every winter. The r<,pOl.tl'rvna: overboard! I ,
For the
s"le. cheap noitueaat quarterof
at Tallahassee Florida. The cool, refreshing health-giving Out In the rippling light, his body was yon also Olvo ,us n trial nhlpmeut. Established 30 years.RUPTURED. i
southeast of
FLORID.LEGIBLATURI!:. quarter sections, township .
breezes seen to rise, And as It dill the daredevilbegan
HittNon, Miami... .... ...Senator. ;.Id, south of range 41 east; close to ozone-laden wafted across from swimming toward his tug. Ills '.. ,
Olumteail, Fort Pierre ... RapresentatiTe.8LTRE.MK the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay, I ,
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on comrades had thrown out a line at a
COURT JUDGES. are one of the most enjoyable featuresof

H. tlahry.. .. ..... ... .... Chief JiiHttce.H St Iiiicle River; -10 acres. this! phenomen.a.llocatlon.. I signal/ from him prevlonxly, given and FREE HE /.
,Tarter.AaeonlatoJuatice. Also the northeast quarter of north- lie made for that line. Would he ever .
r.Tavliir. .. There t Is a large area of primeval
east quarter of section 18, township 38. ; get It? Could they seo him a mere
RVILROAD COMMISSIONERS' forest and prairie land beyond the the dimly lighted water? lie f
speck on
south of range; 41 east; on south fork of
ITerann H. llrowne chairman. ....Key West. northern southern and western boundaries gained n hold on the rope was pulled
Hudson . .. River. St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to of Ki>r-2A )nrs IIH a KpeclnllHt In oiling rupture. I have cured thousituds upon ntliOleithlhiS
Titusvllle awaiting the advent her
)1lIry.n.. . k.KIsslniiiipe. aboard the tug and gave orders for VB")
CHAH II. WALTON of cases uf iiipriiin" of all kinds Literally. thousands of oases of JanKurouH
C, Diinti, clerk..Mau -
Peon. of the thrifty settler to till the none to be turned toward the Manhattan
H""uliimrt| rii anti offices at Tallahassee Fla. Tltusvllle Fla. ; nipuiiHol loiiff ftnnillnir, Rod 1.1'II"outleec1lnaluruble have been perraauently t
fertile soil,. which now abounds In shore with all possible l speed. The cured: by my BlniplM Me' 1..1. It Is a cure I that stays cured and does away withtrusses
CIRCUIT COUItT.
'nnr S, game. Here can be found quail, tur- Times contained, a full and graphic forever. Tin uxitndH. of stiouu testimonials hero cured putlents.. I will

C,. JODe.\\..n'I"Tltnevllle..C1roNtJudge., '... .I'roxecutlnir Attorney.:; 'Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer' key and deer hunting to suit tie:: most story of the loss of the Oregon the send a FILER: TIIIAL tiueHrieut nod complete denion141 'atlun ID any ruptuied persona

8irliit|, ( Term-Fourth Monday In March. Fewer gallons;' takes loss of Devoe ardent huntsman.Tltusville next morning.-IteuiHon Crawford In it hunt. I one cent You dm cure yourself light In >iur own bonze, wllliout a danlerous I

Fall renn-Fourth Monday In October. To.jlnd, Xlno than mixed paints. Wears has shelled street electric SIICCCHS Magazine. B'irelciil, opornllon. p'..lu, danger or IOKH of time. Your welfnre demands

BRKVARD COUNTY. COURT. longer twice as bug an lead and oil that. you accept this renntikable free olTer and virile' me at once, Do nut send any
U.wihnn. .... ....... ........ County Jndire.LOauldon : ; lights a reliable bank several fine Only One Klitu; IJurleU In Iceland mousy The trial treatment and full demonstmtlon are absolutely free I have

Stewart::::::::.:: ':.fronecutlnic,, , ,,,County: Attorney.Work.: brick stores a Board of Trade five In Iceland It Is the boast of tho native ,, a. blab ulni In outing few moie' thousand oases of rupture.) CuiInK rupture Is + ,

gluing: Term-Second Monday inlay. FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE white churches, large fisheries a tanning that "only one king U burled not an expeilnit-ut with me, m my 'M yeaisof actual expeilrnre In curing many t {
Summer Term thousands' of will ,
-Second Monday In Au oat O.IHPH piove.Viliefnrllie Kro Tieatmenf and Full Demonstration -
rail Term-Second Monday In November. extract and palmetto fibre factory, here." That wall King: Itoerek of Norway .
SInter lo-d yund )oo will forever bless the day list )ou flint heard uf) the Rice
Turin-Second Monday In Februarj.: : an Ice factory law and real estate offices (vide Knoi-rl ttturlusoii'a Bogs Perfect Iluptiiie. Cure "' '''die.... h

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. an house, a wellorganizedband whom Olaf tho '
opera "Ilelmskrlnglii"), King Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RICE.
IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND
a.walker Superintendent,. ... ..Tltusville."rafcniE. "
or. an armory shooting club a large Holy "shipped' with the significant 30a( Main St., ADAMS, N. Y.
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Bonaventurei Arnold J. A.)fl\laharj Carter sTurnbull.COUNTY R. R. j\jma.. DADE COUNTIES. and comfortable 'hotel overlooking the hint that he need not bo In tiny hurryto

: COMMISSIONERS.RLCnuklingchainnai: : LANO.FOR SALE, St. I.ucio and Dadeootnties. bay besides a number of boarding) return to lln. native land. Ito,.rek,

\ TMtnmut Wiij, R. DeHCrlptlon of landVeRt: houses In various parts of the town. who was a shrewd. peaceably minded

"in r. Tltusvllle John H Mlot, Indlanola; )/o of noi tbeiiat 1.4 and west 3 Jj of sou'hoint The facts as presented should have monarch took the hint, went to Iceland i

tare Wooton. Cocoa; T. J. Corkihutt, Lay ii, seo. 10, township 32: range 31*, a tendency to direct the attention of and n thousand old years ago settled e

Ikclliar eoNNlone are hold Bret Monday In each lil( 20-101) acres St. I.ucle county. down to funning "at a !little stead, '
sib.IIREVARD West 314 of notIhwest' U} and west }' many prospective visitors to our cosy height Calfskin where were but few I f'
COUNTY> OFFICERS. of southwest J.jrsec. :i.;, township &:4 4ranire town In making their plans for the '
folk\ and them ho dwelt and 4
I'enuev serving :,
P Tltimvlllej;. .... ..County Judge|! Lucia
UO.HI.len,. TltiwvlUe;. . ....i. Frog Att y. 30, 1UU acres, St. county. winter.We on the fourth winter got the Illness
LSIewart.Tltnsville.*. .. ...County Clerk. Northeast >4 of snutheast3q, see 3, have a fine Masonic Half In which brought him to his. bane. 80.
HcMlllan. K-ati .
Oaille.Tax Aeneiisor.tali
:'IS south 41 east
w, Hull'.rit""v"le... .... .. .,..Tax Collector. township Wood's, range ; Tltusvllle, where Indian River LoJge It' I U said, he 1,. tho only king that Where find Shield Brand Shoes
clone to O.K pineapple plantation you
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Tlt.isvllle .. . ..TreaBuror. ,
.. St. Lucle river 40 acres No. 00, F. & A. M., Indian River Chap. rests .In Iceland." f : '
Duiker. TltiKvillii ..Superintendent. on ; it is a safe place to trade because I ; .
'| ., Tltunvllle. . . ,,.County Surveyor. Dade county. tel': Royal Arch Masons, Friendship ,
PDmwn.Tltnr.vllle., ... ....... .. .. reliable merchants J
.Sh rllT. are sold 1
B Norwood,I Tituavillo..RegistrationOinoer. Also the northeast l 4 of northeast Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star; A II...."'. .Aice they by

TITI'SVILLETOWN COUNCIL. I 14, BOO. 18, township 3 S south, range; and Tltusvllle Camp No. 141, Woodmen The ago of n horse cannot always bo everywhere. Be sure to ask for 1:
"II. I 41 east on south fork of St. I/ucle toM Iiy looking at Its teeth. After tho .
Wllwn J. N. Inarahuli of the World meet regularly.The .
mayor; Waller .
.uJ i J".i't4; >r.f; '). Ennl, clerk and tre.... river; (10 acren, Dado county. Flint Const Advocate Is published eighth year tho horxe". gets no more Riser's King $3.50 Shoe :
li''m' "elr''ta, : a..ae or! 0.'A. Stewart Apply to W. A. BALI, Stuart Fla. new teeth so that thin method III UHO-
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: E. L. Firmly D. I Prltchard anil every Friday morning and by a ;
a.
Hranning' alderman The oouncll meets less, for a horse more than eight years '
nTUSdayIneach month. no

  • TITUSVILLE BOARD OF TUADK.nt of can easily gee who are the prominent worth. Made in 37
    q. The wife In the twiddle the night however a wrlnklo beginsto money's

    .11 J'Sf11". !!.."".'""1 rnetdent.eretary.eet.t l ; .1.: M.*Dlxon Henond trean-W..d'nlUbt was awakened by the loud snores of merchants of our town-men who nppeJd011- the edge of the lower styles and all the pOP1.1lar -."

    : In each month at.their rooms. her husband. She endured the horrible are uptodatecitizens, and who are eyelid 'and another wrinkle IM added Leathers Patent Vici

    racket ns long as she could. Then asking for your patronage. Read the each year so that to get 'the ago of a Colt, ,

    vINrED hnite. : -.Hy rhlcnco! wliolenalo and mall pinching the man sharply, she said: ads. on every page very carefully. I horse more' than eight years old you Gun Metal], Box Calf, etc.
    a
    !aiienantyan'ladjoining territory.(man or woman Salary) "Herbert you'd make less noise If Sample copies of the Advocate will must count the teeth plus the wrin .es

    Meganaea d. Work' paid weekly ex|>enH0 money you kept your mouth shut. be sent free to any part of Canada kles. S H. C. Kiser Company
    pleasant;position permanent. Style 875,
    Ia.t""t and surly muttered:
    fir Herbert sleepy and the United States upon application -
    "liable experience required. Snare In. and Oat.. Manufacturer PaCCep
    \ Write at once for full particularsaddreiwml "So would you." A
    aakeewlr tea. envelope. Address. Bronzed by foreign suns, ho entered ATLANTA. GEORGIA Dlneher.w

    ral )Manager 1J4 IS. Lake St., Chicago Replaced. The THusvltlo Graded High School the olllce of hid colleague, but the cashier's

    Mistress Why, Bridget what on'' baa ap efficient corps of teachers all of chair was vacant.
    earth are you doing with all the broken I whom hold first-grade teachers' certlfl- ")" Mr. Smith out?" he asked anz-

    dishes on the shelf? Bridget-- Sure sates, and has a school' term of eight lonsly. "I am an old friend of his."
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    noutbs.. Here the children - --- --- - -
    mom, yez towld me 01 wur t* replace are given "Xo. sir, returned the clerk. "Mr. "
    every one 01 broke.-Ix>ndon Answers. Instruction free, nod prepared for col- Smith Is not out. lIe won't be out for
    egU'e courses under good moral con- sixteen years." .
    dllions and associations. Ir
    r Here the clerk smiled grimly.
    $E D rM. ........................... "The firm la out though," he wenton ;

    v O In Time of Peace.In "one hundred thousand jUllt,"- '

    aynticfgnanthy,r Luher plena.nil q .. the flint mouths nf the Unn."la-Jap" a New York Press THE ADVOCATE JOB PBiNTING..OFFJCE 54

    tar bb l war we had a slrlolni example <>f the

    they 1 av,.tr.he.. .Xp n b uroWe c la i IF YOU RECEIVE SAMPLE! i neeesaltrfor preparation and the early They Don't Speak Xnvr. i

    ee5a *dAnnsalri u.UUJyEueG. advantage of those who no to speak, Miss ullfY'-IJIc1 )Ir. Knox seem '
    : COPY OF THIS PAPERIT. : .itl\V. IIhlnllef their roof In drv wrath- surprised to hear that I was engaged?

    u. FERRY A CO*. Detroit. Mich. : er." The virtue of preparation baa Miss Cutting-Oh. a little lJlt.11'41
    : IS TOLET made history and given to us oar grent- '
    Mugley-I>lcl he ask when It !happened? Headquarters
    Z : eat men. The Individual as welt a4 the "
    Miss
    YOU KNOW THAT Cutting No. not "when. but
    nation should be prepared for emery .
    any "
    : "how on earth. -London Express.
    LP !ency. Are vou prepared to successfully v:
    IS WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO .
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    OFFERED -' 'j, II 14-, j
    : combat the first cold you take A cold : . 1, .
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    WORT:1Y : BECOME A SUBSCRIBER. caD be cured much more quickly tilleD q.
    m' YOUNG PEOPLE : treated s. soon as It ban been contracted "Yes.;' salt the gar Lothario "I called <
    rt, enaor.duration.whowhlhtoy all jrounn S.reona.nematb S iS and before It ha become settled In the on tour ladles last night. CTolo 'Fririti.rl.g: :

    . uaincMtramunr andean!poet.r : ystem. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy I "Hah? You must be a quitter." ar
    mall far our (treat half-rat. I.i famous for Its cures of cold and It I snorted the poker friend "I'd keep

    'i'aa, .. ., L ncdolay.' d'noean.er..h.tlet.rtana Writ touay.Callous. ..' .. should be kept' at band ready for ID- I on raising all night If I had a band like

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    --- COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. J P Brown feeding prisoners . 133 80 Victor Talking Mncliine. JAMES. PBITCHABD President; WY.(M. BROWN.".Vlce-PrellldeDI

    BAST COAST ADVOCATE. On motion the Board adjourned to WINSTON S. BBANHINO, Cashier

    (Continued from 'pl\ge 8.) meet again,; on the first Monday in Deo., If you need a Victor Talking: Machine
    PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDA.T. 1900, at 2 o'clock p. m. or rieoordu, the Keel ('r""A 1'harmacy RIVER STATE BANKCOUNTY
    12 I'llusvllle, will sell them to you on the INDIAN
    S J Field 00 -
    ; Entered itt the I'ontoflloe at Tltunvllla, Florida, following terms: $:UiO cask, and fiO
    K!: V Hall 12 00
    M aeOnnd-alas. matter. Notice ot Special<< Election. cents per week.
    J H A Oateen II 12 (00) .
    call and heat these ...ondelflll DEPOSITORY.
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    J P Cooper"
    CHABLSS H. WALTON, Editor A Publisher .. SPECIAL ELE'TION,: SHALL HK HELD machines when you visit| | Titus -
    Authorized capital
    John HoiiHton 12 00 A In Brevard county, Florida on December ville. $100,001
    * J o T McUildeIt 12 00 18. A. D. loon to decide whether the Bale Paid up'capital., - $25,001
    WBBBLT JOOBHAI. DBTOTBD TO THB DBTBIrOrMCNT E Arnold'. .. ,4 12 00 of Intoxicating liquors wine. or beer shall\ be
    l'ropcrt3' to J,ease.
    prohibited therein. Average deposits $200,001<
    L 0V THB INDIA HIVBB, LAKBBi L K Myers 12 00)
    Voters participating In said election shall lie
    I I "ORTD AND Bl c 1'1f..A Y SDlscnntlnuants Cocoa fc Kocklodge News printing reRlHt Vouchers and . 18 00 parequlalteii to toting as in all eleotlons
    expanse Pla. Transacts General Bankn4
    under the ftenral election laws.Atatldelectiontheballot on Indian River, at Melhonrne; R a .
    ; J ot ailvts. mast be mad*per J P Brown janitor. . .. . 5 00 need. shall bus plain consisting of 12: room Hotel and Club :.-- .---
    easily at this ottloe or by writing. J P Drown oaring for courtbouse white piece of pains| and having written or room, 7 mom Bungalow: and 3 room -
    & "i grounds etc. . . . . 30 00 printed on one clue thereof. either Selling" Cottage. Fine situation for a hunting, Business

    I j Obnok,eto., mar Ira made payable to CBABI.BI Tltunvllle E L Co. lights. . . 10 60 or "Agatnat Innpectors Selling.The shall' be appointed and quail fishing or yacht club. Fine harbor I f I I
    'I, WALTON, publl her.I J P Brown delivering ballot boxy: 1 fled as In aaait of general election and they With services of family nt three, as Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
    for election. . . . . . . . 23 00 Ahall canvass the vote cant and make due returns keeper ewardens and waitress, by the a
    of the same to the County Commlnr loners and sold all
    Exchange bought on Foreign
    T T Wetmore Ice for house 91
    M In writing t.)the ADVOCATE for inform court without delay. former Game Warden of the ijnaitpeake f'
    lion U\ viy kind,the writer will online by enclosestwiipedBililnisssil Henry Uenecke rep Jail lock . 2 (XB ) The Hoard of County Commissioners shall Club of Kockland county. New York. Countries.
    inK a envelope. K Wilson nledeervlcprlaoners 2 00 meet. on IMcon-lier 22, A. O. tea I for the purpose
    I of the : Expert guide, boatman .and log trainer service,
    nanvaimlnii returns of said election and Patronage appreciated. Prompt pollt
    1'rltclmrd, & mdse for 17 40
    ; Hon Jail. declaring: the result Vine fishing, hunting and boating. treatment, and every favor oon. teDt wltb con
    Address all oomnmnloatlonstoKA8T ADVOCATE, J K Walker &; Co indue for jail, 5 1)0) The following. inspectors and clerks election Address owner, W NlKi.SKJf, ervative banklflg granted.
    COAST;TiruaviLLB VI.OBIDA.O. Walker Hardware Co indue p f. 0 60 are their hereby appointed' to conduct said election in. Brevard Co. Melbourne, Fla, Y CORRE8PONDENTSIEmpire
    respective
    E W Dunn cook . 12 00 precincts
    { poor farm PreclnriNo. I-LaOranffa_R. Rocker, Henry Trust Company, New York, N. T
    J It Walker &; Co mdse poor I. 7 :3(1 Carllln. R. R.Chnudoln,lonpeotors;(I. R. Gardner JOB''PR1MTINO of all kinds done at ....... J The Florida National Bank nf Jacksonville
    of Agriculture cl rk. .... j
    H. Department G F Duren meat poor farm . 4 67 reasonable rates. Give -- Jaoksonvllle, Fla.
    Precinct No. S-Tltimrl.le-C. R. "Stewart' F. this office at
    Weather Ilureau-Jupiter, Fla. Andrew Vrosoher coffin and burying H.R.ye.S :K. Oladwln' Inspectors[10. A. Stew. usa share of your work. "r Tus"rILLEf FLA..
    : pauper..a< . 10 00 art clerk. !
    C & H News pub stricken names 1 40 fraclnc't No. 3-City Point-n. F. Real. W. H. --.--- -. --. .-
    The following is a comparative statement The FU Star pub list of qualified 'Bharpe olerk.Pre'olnnt Oeo.. E. Chester, ln.p ctol'1ll;K. B. Swln- Application for Tax: Deed.
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    temperature and rainfall for the voters . . . , . . . . 32 00 No 4-Rockledire' -A.I Moore, A. W,
    i .. week ending/ Tuesday, Nov. 13, 100(1.( It K Myers draw Jury coot.' . . ii 00 Hardoe, Fred Fisher, Inspectors; W. O. Tatar- Under See. 8 of Chip. 4X88 Laws of" Florida., ,_ About that line of .
    -100(1- -1800OATB. J l' Brown witnesses! be- son.clerk t Ar.a
    sums Precinct Xo, R-Kau Dallle-P. A. McMillan.J. IH HERESY GIVEN THAT MARY
    MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. fore gjtall j term ot ct 17 43: R. Mathln W. H. H.Uleaiton. inspectors; $. K. NOTICE ,purchaser of TltimvIHe Town Tax
    7 77 74 8.1: o IT, dated the 3rd day of
    T 70 (64 No. B-Melbourne-C. .T. F.Campbell. October A. 191.... bus tiled said certificate In KUTTER GOODS-
    8 77 72 ct ot . . . . . . 33 00 C. 11. Otdln,U. II.Stewart Inspectors I ( Sam Martin mv ofllc, DJ baa nitiile application" for tax --KBRH *-
    r 0 77 72 81 11:1' J P Brown waiting on ct ot. . 12 00 olerk. lined to issue In accordance wltb )I\w. Bald
    10 77 01 8(1(\ 70 Joe Willis bailiff for K jot ct. 7 CO PrecinctNo.7-Malaharwi=.o. W. Washburn, oeitlllaiite einliraoes the following ilescnhed
    11 81 03 79 no J M Osban tournout for jury 5 00) w. 1'. Arnold, F. M. Forest Inspectors! 1'. A. property situated lu the town of Titusville, liie-
    g
    . Drake clerk yard county, Klorlila I I to-wltt
    12 80 Oil: 711!) 73 A A Slewait spec and An?. rept Pm.'lnnt No. 13-Oeorcrl nv: -lamps Tuttle, P. South '/, of Lot M: .loynervllle' adilltlon to Tltusvlllo They can't be beatieTi
    13 (10 47 78 04 of laz: rodptootnpt and ot 2 8. R. Witifeld, I. W Hruner, Innpeatonf. E. V. boctlon. a, Township 2i South, Range
    Total rain fall fur the week; 0 Inches A A Stewart cert genl Hall, clerk 95 East' '
    copy presentment Praolnot No. 14-Merrltt-J. D. Rams, W. R. The aald land being assessed at the date of the .
    Departure from normal rainfall for the for oo comrs. . . . 1 CO RanderK A. H. Humphreys, Inspectors; D. BtClnlrNlnbet (issuance of such Certificate In the name of K : 1 Sold
    I week: inlnuH ,
    from normal rainfall since Januay 1, names for pub and post . . 1 00) Howard Holnian Nn. ,-f'anaveralp'J t. H. Hogan Inspectors M. Wilson; Oeo. the 17th.to clay law of becvtnber tax dead I ,will A. D.Issue 1MI6.: thereonon = ,:
    plus 15.57 (notion.IlAt. A A btewart oert copy 1000 mil. Qnartarmant clerk. Witness my ottlulal( sign| itura and seal this the
    .. P. HAHDIK, OfHolal oharjre. lags: levy for assessor . , 73 Precinct No. IP-Haulover' -J. W. OriPos,C.II.Nluinan Kith day of November A. D. luuu. .i = s = JAS. PRITCHARD &: SON
    .-- . A A Stewart celt copy co comrsdia oleik. T, K.Crook, Inspectors| Win. Watton, [Ct.Clerk Ct. Heal Circuit J Court,Hrevard A. A.County STEWART, Florida.John _iI ,
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    1\, for assessor . . . 2 40 Precinct No.' -Mlr-co-J M. Herndon Len _
    THE hunters of this section are The Kin Star postal for tax: col. 17 05 Jnrneniien, Jonepli Williamson,m.peotor'iCbllll.; TITUSVILLE, FI.A.TXT"C'S"V'XLLm .

    t, In high glee, for they are 'dally A A Stewart copy of ached warrants Chrlntlanaon Prlnclnct N.clerk... HO-Ilnnyan-R. H. Htewart, White & Co.

    bringing into town big bags of for treus 4 months. . . 4 00 James lUicon!:. W. Capron Inspectors| 8. A, LOUISVILLE. KT. I
    G B Johnson sere dep at Ueteen clerk. Eiteblllbtd lei =
    spec
    :: IaIVs7RY:: :: ST.A.DLE
    game. camp meeting . . . . . . . 5 00 [A"an R. A. rONKLIN'O.Chairman 81M-aNA.......Mna b f.
    I Hoard of County
    John It Mlot serv spec dep at Attest c0ll1nllll.lo"er"1

    TiTU8ViM.E is now prepared to camp meeting . . . . .. 500 A. A Stewart, Clerk. FURSand r FEED.AND SALE ''hit SADDLE HORSES
    \ entertain tourists in n befitting E TJ Brady A; Bro mdsa poor f. 72 10 Hides. \.
    .1 I K Gore mdse farm. . 14 37EA.ST wt..
    I manner, aa the Sterling is nowII COAST ADVOCATE poor printing, Send the ADVOCATE: your Job Printing ...STABLES... BUGGIES,

    open. election tickets. , . . . . 26 00 .__ ___'" _._ ___.. ___ .. 'u --, ,- -- -- ---,-,.. BAGGAGE Xfl/
    __ t SURREY
    1 T a KANT COAST ADvocATe pub license T1TU8VILLK.PEACOCK .

    weather have been list . . . . . . . . . 17 73:
    THE warm we TRANSFER and TURNOUTS oj
    II Walker Evans &; Cogswell Co
    , having of late has caused the ladies blanks. for elks office. . . . 8.'l: TITUSVILLE, FLA. HAULING ?

    of Titusville to continue wearing J K Gore supt poor farm. . . . /fiO 00 HOUSE, Cor Washington Are and Main St. ETC. ..all kinds.
    their light summer dresses ; whileC J N Waller disinfectant for jail. 00( 30
    i First-elaes Board at Reasonable Rates. Restaurant and Retail Grocery a-. ovr.' : OstbLLn::
    thrown KOAD FUND.
    .j windows and doors are
    connection. MRS. M. L. PEACOCK, Prop TITUSVILLE.In rear of Bobbins' Law Office'' YJ.ORID
    Fee A Stewart lot wire Rose-
    B open to allow the free circulation ; }' .

    C<|' of Indian River's balmy air. land Ferry. . . . . . . . . . 501
    J M Dublin hauling 1 oar tile for

    l1 I -. -- -- _. road work. . . . . . . . . 7 (0 INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
    v }Fa.irl. .{: -
    '* MRS. NICHOLAS LONOWOHTH is to ROAD FUND IMST. MO. 1. TITUSVILLE, FLA. : tic.g.:

    hunt bears In the west in lieu of FIt Doe road work . . . . . 39 00
    I her strenuous father. Rumor baa HO At) FUND DI8F. NO. 2. b[ prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity! -Sacked or loose. Special attentl PAPKRUANGING, KALSOMINING, VARNISHING, STAINING, FINISH W 1

    it that she will be accompanied by D A Jones road work . . .. . .. 826 paid sacking- for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto. SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS ETC ETC.
    T. T. WETMORE Proprietor. Old Furniture'made to look like Silvered.
    v
    'i a party of young society women. ROAD FUND PUT. SO. 3. new. Mirrors Made and Re-

    The young women will probably K A Coukllng exp of team to Inspect Reasonable Rates-

    4 road. . . . . . . . . 6 00 'V""
    ''j I have a good time, and the chances Dave Hunter repairing bridge,; 6 OO r'he: Novelty Store.: \'V: :EZf17ZzE: :

    E are that the tears will not mind it A K Mathers road work. . . . 2 23

    much. E C r. .* S Co material for bride 2 14 Books Notions Fancy Dishes Etc. Re. and Shop in Scrlmgeour Building
    Stationery Candy Toys lOo. TITUhVILLE
    'i _
    __ ,__, , ._._.__ J M Ilerndon road work-: 10 00 FLORIDA.
    ---- ' --- I Counters..
    G )'l THE: Jacksonville Carnival is R O Couch . . .'. 0 23 -HOLIDAY GOODS A SPECIALTY-

    ROAD FUND DMT. NO.i.. Three doors south of J. R. Walker's Dry Goods Store.
    over, and it undoubtedly was the I M. DODSON '- TITUSVILLE FLA. THE NEW CASH GROCERY STORE.
    ' N M Fish road work. . . . 02 00SPRC. ,
    best Carnival we have ever seen in .. .. ..,. .
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    , ROAD I)I ST. MO. 4. ------r-- ------- -- --- --- ---- -- --- -----
    the metropolis of Florida. Dozens
    Ondtave Stshl lumber. . . A FULL LINE
    7 S OF STAPLE AND FANCY
    with whom the editor of GROCERIES ,4
    of ,
    ' people Tltnll Clayton hauling . . 10 13CHIIIbbs Whitehall Portland Cement. I "AY, GRAIN, FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLE
    f this paper has spoken, said it excelled . . . . . 34511) 'Ve buy as low ns possible, and sell for cash therefore: sell the cheapest. '

    7 uiiytLiug( "ver before given ilub Williams road work . . 1273 Look over our stock and get our prices; before buying.

    in Florida ; and nothing but favorable A 8 Dixon . . . 23 43 500 Barrels wilt be received In the next sixty days.
    Peter Wright road work hauling 20 23 G. H. HEATH
    & CO.
    j and flattering comment have C U Smith dynamite eto. . . . 1J 73 Costs a little more than other cement but Is better. ,

    . we heard from all who attended. J K Rouse road work. . . . 0 23 a Corner Main and Hopkins Streets,

    J The committee, naturally, will feel B Montgomery .. It . . . 9 u TITUSVILLE. ._ FpOB1Dl

    f quite proud of the grand success A F Glenn . . . 17 00 East Coast Lumber & Supply Co, -
    J Frank Johnson road work. . 0 23
    i of the Carnival. Oeo S Singleton rock. . . . . . 800 EAU OALLIE FLORIDA. :r'ARKER:: ::: seOS.: ,

    .-- - BOA FUND Die?. NI). 5.
    TITUSVILLE, (IFLORIDA.
    AT a banquet in Jacksonville R R Chandoln road work. . . 4 50 Tin

    .' last Frldayevening, given In honor GAME WARDEN FDMP. a1.CI. Shoot: Iran Worl ars

    h of King Edward,. it was unitnl.roously J P Brown game warden. . . n: : 00 TANKS OF ALL KINDS:: MADE TO ORDER,

    decided; to endeavor to FINK AND FOUFEITUHK TVyU. t KOOFING-TIN AND GALVANIZED (IR!

    1 + establish a British club In Jacksonville D R Wilson crlm pros co ct :3 16 BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS:: A SPECrALTY,

    J P Brown coins on lines. 11 Bl Dealers in SCi1R1Gaxlor4al .
    4 \ Its irerntmra to be restricted .. BICYCLES AND BICYCLE
    '* crlm ot ot tl 83:
    ;
    1 pros -
    1 to gentlemen who were born In oo ot. 7 48 :rt.opn.i.r 'VV'or ? -

    Kngland Scotland, Wales, Irelandor D T. Gaiilden ooot AO OO - -- -- '_'h, _

    the British colonies, whether J P Brown prim pros J pot. 02: 73 Eas1; :F-1orJ.Cl.a.
    naturalized Americans J M Sander -" It .. .. a 78 N'1rSor1.oaE. : ,
    or not ; or .
    -
    Constant Wright witness J ct 1 Oil) Standard TAgLiSHED II11t -
    who have married British p varieties of Orange and II.
    wives or Charlie Strong 1 00 e I Grapefruit eFlrat.cla ciaas in e"eff"

    1' t whose parents-one or both-are J 0 GIbert crlm pro J Jp ct :2 00 Buds a to SI.j ft. .:!O.OO NO perry nd: ed. NOTIII MY PRICES :: r
    A A Stewart : Alt QOOD* OTORCO IHDELCHER ROOMO Buds Rude 3 to 4 ft. 22.110 per hood ;
    o British. As there are a great many cert cop sentences 4 toG fe.2\.0l: .. r

    e British in Florida we have no 'I ot ct for sheriff. . . . . 4 40 'BRp'S.MK FREIGHT PREPAID Duda2Jn.4t06ft80.00per
    A A Stewart cert cop sentence \ddrell8,
    doubt'such a club will be formed. I coot (or sheriff. . . . . . . 450 pRAYTOy 'Vxn.. F. Rood.
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    Mims.FIRE Fort Pierce.St. Percy G. Walton :.

    EAST COAST NEWS. i :
    Lucia county Is claimed to be the
    : INSfRANTK in reliable onmpanle a'
    banner in the state. The editorof
    ****************** limmt rate.. Real Estate handled on commiiwlon. county
    *
    i Abftftcu. P. this has some land for solo In
    J. WAI/TOH Age paper
    Titusvi11o F 1O
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    I' TUutvUle, Fla. that county. He will sell It cheap for -_ I.{ ,

    Notes Contributed oo h. This laud will, DO doubt, trebleIn .. '
    Newsy bv Our :.P
    Regular 2 Mr. Pitshue Is now employed by Lott; value in a short tine. Now III I your !

    Corns; of East Coast :' Price.J. time to buy aud bold It, as the pineapple
    espondonts. i plantations are ruptdly extending,-Ad- FIRE AND TORNADO
    I P. Wilson and wife were visiting In r
    ............. Mlm, Sunday. dress, Chna.. II: Walton, Tltusville, Fla. INSURANCE.I.,
    .. .
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    Leslie Bennett and brother were In .,

    Please send all communication MimI, Tuesday James Bell and family arrived from

    I Items' for publication to "Editor Eau Gallie. P. W. Roberts and O. C. lIan ell exchanged I LOB Angeles, Cal., on Tuesday. RELIABLE COMPANIES. PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES: "'

    OCATB:, Tltusville, Fla." homes last week. i Quite' a drop In the temperature on LOWEST RATES. ACCIDENT POLICIES: ISSUED. \ .1'

    -_______________________ 'v.-A. Green of Paintk, Is here with Wednesday morning. No damage done
    to SARAH C. "OOSOI'II'IIW'AIf friends during his vacation.
    We cannot guarantee publish Aan Sole
    held services last
    ORON !Eau! Hallle Flortda Rev. T. Tompkins
    jns that do not reach this office before ----- Preston Williams, of the F. E. C. R. R., services last Sunday: In the Methodist

    non 'l'huradas. Orange are coloring nicely. was calling on friends here, Sunday chinch, morning and evening. HANDLED ON
    REAL ESTATE /
    loolm weather during the past week., Mr. Wlsenbaber,. of Lake Park, Ga., In Kev. Chas. Moore will\ hold service COMMISSION.
    Will i correspondents oblige ire by The cold stopping for a few weeks at J. X K)zer's. In St. Andrews church next Sunday

    ting the names of. people and place day UH, sharp wave on nuterlalizod lime. on Tues 11. U. Pyles and wife were looking at invited.morning and evening All are cord (tally

    jl lnly as possible f Alex Near our orange groves, Sunday." Come again. .
    has his well driving plant The sheeting baa arrived for the
    gale
    . i lu UO<|KSOU'H yard being overhauled. E. A. Green and Miss| Ethel Wells the new drug store and !Mr. Cobb's addition Tour Business Respectfully Solicited. .
    spent from Friday until
    Monday visiting
    The and that hope soon to 1.
    steamer Palm Beach stopped 1 III cuipentertt
    Melbourne.HARD In
    Cocoa.
    ReforonceIndian River State Bank Tttusvlllo, Flit.,
    I Kau: Uulllu, on Sunday last, en route to have the work completed. : ,
    Went Palm U 'lCh. Mrs Peacock nod Mrs. Eldied of Tl _
    Quite' a party left for Tampa on Wednesday -
    friends here
    tusville were calling ,
    ou
    Capt. C. W. McNab, of Youngstown, Wed morning, comprising: :Mr. and
    W QOODE.-Real Agent Estate for Notary tuna 0., will be In Eau, Uallie as soon aa nesday.Mrs. !Mrs. K. L. Goodwin Mr. Rod Mr*. A. A Reminder !'
    tunaverpoolantLondonandOlobeandHartrord I possible after the Holidays. W. D. Benson expects to vltlt IIoiTnaglo: Mr. and Mrs, C. A. Justice '
    ,, Companies. Special. attention her husband for a few days at Tampa, and Mr*. Lord. .,
    ,id to cue Interests ot. non-... ld..llta. Capt.Benneit returned with his house where he la now located. t ,
    boat, Rochester, from Tltusville, on Sun- Judge: Jones held court here on Tuesday -
    Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, day last The vessel Is now ready for W. J. Strahan, of West Palm Beach, I and Wednesday.' Tbe Hardee and A Savings Account with the .' ,

    pink paper of the East Coast, will be the wlntei's business. was visiting friends here this week. He Bray: case was brought to a conclusion I
    the Melbourne Poatoffice.lollgUtful was on bis way to Atlanta, Qa.fj. ou Tuesday night, the Court finding
    veil( at P. A. McMillan has
    rented his hotel,
    Mr. Ilaidee not
    The Inn, for the winter season. This J. Flckllng: and wife entertained ,a guilty. The First National Bank
    cool weather, but no sign home-like hotel has been put Into first party of their friends, Wednesday even
    cost bere so far. class order for the winter business. ing, and all enjoyed themselves Im- $10O Reward, !JjUOO I

    Irs. E. P. Branch has gone to St Capt. Clemson, of Taunton, Mass., arrived mensely. The readers of this paper will be ,
    ijusliuo for a short stay. last week on Indian Kiver. The Mr*. O. S. Ballon. who recently arrived pleased to learn that there I III at leant. ::tMI:1.o.ro..1.: : : F o.._
    lemons Captain will' do some duck shooing 00 from Boston, I is milking: improvements one dreaded disease that, science has
    rust Is plentiful-grapefruIt, ., the Bunani River before his return. already to her cozy cottage. Let been' able to cure In all Us stages, and
    ngas, bananas, persimmons and pineles the ,good work go on. that Is Catairh. Hall's Catarrh Cure t* A insures not only abso- A :
    , (In the fields and market. Capt. and Mrs. Rob. Symmonds, ot the known to the I
    only positive cure now
    Kenosha, WIs., arrived : last Sunday School will shortly be reorganized lute safety but is ,
    on Sunday an
    (flu! Edith Hatch, of Eau Gallle, had medical fraternity. Catarrh being; a con.811tl1tlol1l11 $JJ'
    and
    In Eau Uallie. 1 he Captain will at once preparations are beginning to
    visit with her friend Miss disease, require a constitutional
    lensant place his be made for the usual Christmas tree on incentive to practice- .
    largo sloop, the Mattie, U, into
    i Bennett, at the Martin house, lastk. ooinmlaslou. Dec. :21th, Christmas eve. treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure: ,
    . Is taken Internally, acting directly upon economy and put
    Mr. and Mis. n, U. Hodgson returned F. H. Sackett and wlhr, former popular the blood and mucous surfaces of the '
    (in.. Lyle Whitney, of Cincinnati, from a visit to the Jacksonville Carnival winter residents here, are expected system thereby destroying the foundation away small sums .
    ,ivocl last week to Join her husband on :Saturday lust They desciibo the Irom their .Springfield, Mass., borne to of the diseases, and giving the j
    o. They are now quartered at the fete as up to date and very instructive\ spend the winter In this section. patient strength: by building up the constitution whenever convenient. I

    or Side. and amusing. Rev. W. F. Allen delivered an interesting and assisting; nature In doing We solicit Mail Ac- ';
    Wells has two handsome i's work. The proprietors have so much
    T. now
    \r.
    Mr. and Mrs. Goo W. Hopkins and discourse Sunday, to a large and appreciative i ,
    ,
    faith In Its curative that they ;
    to dale cottages just completed for Miss Agnes Hopkins, of Bear Lake, audience. The subject was : power counts pf $1 .00 and '
    Wo wish Melbourne bad more offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
    t. Mlcli, willbe In the state this month "What can separate a Christian from the
    ,
    that It falls to Scud for list of upwards which wepayy
    li uttractive buildings to acconimo cure. on
    and will visit Eau Uallie during the love of Chi 1st. testimonials. '

    e suitors winter' season. Capt., C. J.Coggm; a prominent orange Address : 1<'. ,J. CHKNKY & Co.Toledo 4 per cent inter- '. ['

    [oraer Conkling, of Tltiisvlllo spent a Mrs E. Miller, of Newcastle, Penn., i Is grower here, and wife who have spent 0 compounded; J :
    days In Melbourne before going to expected daily. and will oaoupy the the summer in IlllnolH and the western Sold by Druggists, 7 So. quar- '
    !mim to look after his uncle's planta- cottage on Young/ street owned by our states, arilved Wednesday! and will Take Hall's Family Pills for count I pa- terly and require no, '
    n at that place, as R: A. Conkling; .
    tbe and
    'i to Cuba for a few weeks on a busl- townsman, E. Plngrey. This is one of spend winter between! Cocoa tlon. _________________
    Mims. notice for withdrawals.
    HIM content cottages lu town. ;
    trip I
    Bishop \Vm. Crane Gray, of Orlando, Now the wet and day. election Is to beheld Druytnir.
    1 V, J. CleniHon of Taunton Mass. -
    ac-
    will vllllL ::)t. John's church, Eau Uallie, Deo.,18i.li, we hope 1 the full vote of
    ,ipauled by his friend, Mr. Beers, have '
    Brevard will\ be polled and thus Assets
    on Sunday next, Nov. 18th. Service county over
    of alll! Inds
    the of Hotel Draylng or hauling
    o among pleasant guests will be held in the evening at o'clock, get the feeling of all citizens In this all promp
    attended to. Meets all train Stove ,
    rleton Mr. Clemson U
    lately. having y
    :
    to which all Important question. We advocate dry
    are Incited. Seats! free.
    ne large launch built In Melbourne, :: wood for sale at all times
    (Gapt. :8am: Maitln.Km. Cards ate out for the wedding of Miss always. II. E. HOI/TEN. Tltusville. Five Hundred Thousand Dollars K

    .. Lucia Perry, of Brazil, Ind. Miss Perry The county road from Tltusville to
    [ G. S. bnedeker and two daugb- L
    IH the daughter of Col. and Mis. J. W, Mime. needs repairing badly. Let' have
    9, the Misses Blanche and Florence, the Fathers all roads -
    Perry who occupied the Alnswortb' County put county DIVORCED
    'e returned to their Melbourne home, home, diilng| the last winter season. in good shape, for the coming; turlxt sea
    er spending a pleasant summer In son promise to be the largest! Florida
    logo. We understand Mr. Snedeker More changes at the Hotel du Nil, has hud and The Ocklawaha Nurseries
    ever nothing helps a place A special to the Times-Star, Cincinnati ;
    lspend the winter I/ot Panama. :Sarno, are being; made this week, ii much roads. ofa ;
    preparation for the arrival of.the cadets so aa good I from Daytona, Fla tolls of tbe entry
    Jr. and Mrs. Green Rodes' family has I, decree for divorce In the courts of
    if the Kentucky of
    'u enlarged lately by the arrival of Military Institute Voliikla county, that State, for Mrs TANGERINE, FLORIDA '
    Lyndon These 1
    rein, Uiber Rode, wife and little Ky. young gentlemen rayiuff and Hauling.All Kutb Beekman who was Miss. Ruth

    ;also their daughter, Mrs. Kennedy, ate Uallie.sure of a hearty welcome In Eau Barrett, of Home City, near Cincinnati Want Orange Growers to know that It Is to their Interest to bay trees. 4., I

    th I her three Interesting: children. kinds of draylng and hauling The defendant Is Dr. I). D. Beekman, from their stock, BECAUSE they have TilE BEST TREES GROWN IN i' .J Ii

    61 are all from West Virginia, and weow Famous! Strike .Breakers. promptly attended to, and Satisfaction the leading dentist of that well-known FLORIDA. UOOI RESULTS nan only be obtained from tree that have ar
    r their visit here with tbe folks willa guaranteed. Florida winter resort. !Mrs. Beekman ABUNDANCE OK 0000 KOOld, stems that are STOCKY top WELL DEVELOPED 1:"
    bappy one. The most famous strike breakers in JOHN KKTTLKS, Tituav6le.Ce0rgIana. In given an allowance of fib: a week for and leaves and wood that I II ENTIRELY FREE OF INJURIOUS II
    the land are Dr. King's New Life Pills I the support of their child, and the large INSECT LIFK. OUR TItEKS have all these GOOD POINTS In their favor .

    Had a Close Call When liver and bowels go on strike, electric launch, Crystal Wave, the appearance and we cordiallv: Invite your Inspection. SPECIAL INDUCEMENT are offered I'', J
    they quickly settle the trouble, and tbe of which was a familiar sight to those who will place their order now, for fall delivery. OUR NEW EARLY t' .
    'A' dangerous surgical operation, In purifying work goes right on. Best cure t,. the fashionable habitue of the Florida SEEDLESS ORANUK, EARLY AS I'AHSON BROWN, PROLIFIC AS PINE: II

    'Ing the removal of a malignant ulcer, for' constipation, headache and dizziness coast., APPLE. Ask .us about It. Catalogue free. ,:
    large as my hand, from my daughter's 25o: at the Ked Orollsl'harmacy. John Brown I III shipping some good Mrs. Beekman wa one of the society fj
    wag prevented by the application of oranges to Miami, and II. K: Hughn l Is clrolu of the snug; line of pretty suburb ADDRESS ( ;
    cklen's Arnica Salve:! ," says A. (3. shipping some to St. Augustine\ that He along the line of the Dig; Four The Ocklawaba Nurseries 1
    eke I, of Miletus, W. Va. "Persistent Rockledge. and the B. A O. A. W. railroad linen. _+I'' t:
    Mrs. Arthur Sims of Eau Gallle and ,
    of the :Salve completely cured It." She and her mother went to Daytona InIIJ. O. W. CONNER, Proprietor. rM'. fl,
    cousin of Mr. Sims, of St. Augustine,
    lea outs, burns and injuries. 25o at Mrs. A. L. Hatch visited Mrs. E. MJreeae attended tbe "Church Bee" on Thurs \) ): for l\1rs. Barrett' health, end be- TANGERINE, FLORIDA.r I IJiXrOur
    Red Cross Pharmacy. last week. came acquainted with the Doctor. It
    day, and did their part faithfully and wan a case of love at first sight, and / CKEOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ants, thesis, and other f} ;1
    Mis. J. B. Bower and daughter, Hattie well. '
    n
    their of the fashionable
    wedding was one "
    Indianola. were calling ou Mrs. Averill on !Sun:: II. K. Hughes and A. L. Itrunor at. function of the next spring, In __ __ ..__. __ _. ._ __, ..._ '__ ____. ____ J '

    day. tended quarterly meeting at Eau Gallle Home City. work.Lorillard Hll,

    r. and Mrs. T. Donnelley, after a A niece of Mrs. II. B. Paxton has arrived on ::Saturday and Sunday, returned borne Mrs. Beekman Introduced several of Boat Co. "

    miner spent at different points inv here from Philadelphia to spend on Monday via Cocoa and the launch her Cincinnati friends, on the witness. ., r
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    York state and In Washington. D, he winter Lena. stand to testify on Her oeualr. The legal TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. i +.!
    i ire home separation was taken the
    again. on ground _
    Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Peck and family Mrs. Corwin, who has been vlsl'Ing l of cruelty. i '
    1. IllUlreth and Mr. and Mrs Taylor have arrived for the winter. Mr. Peck her mother, Mi"*. Peachev, for a month, Mrs. Beekman has. returned to Home AGENT FOR TIIE- -IF YOU WISH TO- :
    Columbus: 0. arrived last Hotel left for her borne In Cincinnati Mon
    Friday. baa leased Plaza.E. on- {i'
    City,to live\ She Is one of the best elocutionists
    i are very glad to welcome Mr. and day. :She hopes to return f,)r a longer TERMAAT & MONAHAN '
    laylor once more. E. Rank, who has a fine studio In visit later In tbe season. and bas taken part in many BUY OR SELt A BOAT
    tockledge, will have a branch office in I I social affairs, both In Cincinnati and MARINE ,I
    GASOLINE ENGINES. '
    yr and Mrs. n. II. Sanderson have Jocoa during tbe winter. The good people went to the church elsewhere. She wee represented In the .

    rod to spend the winter la theirutlful Thursday week for "Working Bee." case by Nelson Sajler, of Sayler:' Sayler, d Or lease or store one, write us for terra. :, .1
    home In this place. Mr. Sand- Mrs Win. Hlndle Is delivering bread The men cleaned the church and the Cincinnati and Pope A Pope, of Jack
    >D has a One crop of oranges this down to Coquina and she Is having good good sisters and their charming: daughters sonville. Dr. Beekman was representedby .
    access, as she make excellent bread. took well filled basket While the Calhoun' Jfc: Calhoun, of Jacksonville.

    1\8\ understand Fred Baldwin, who had his shoulder men worked outside tne\ ladles worked The cane' wa submitted several week Boats and Painted
    Bob Repaired
    Abbot will
    for Mr. Rofe pack i dislocated and otherwise Injured, is just as faithfully inside, cleaning the i ago and wa banded down by Judge;
    JW on. Mr. Carter Carter has, of the MerrlttMa largest getting along finely under the treatment window, seats, chairs and Iloor. At Jones of the Clrcultcourt of the Seventh i g" _
    P of of Dr. Hughlett. noon a bounteous picnic dinner was enraged Judicial circuit.Dr. T
    had orangel this year that he baa by all-especially Mrs. Munson' I Beekmao was also represented by f

    Hervey Bower has moved Into his new big tea kettle of steaming hot cofTee. \Mr. Goo. M. Robbins, of Tltusville. Engines Installed and Repaired t ti'

    lima Lapham commenced this week residence on Kockledge avenue, and _-_ ___..__ _______-L. _ __ .__ .. .. __ _no ..___n__ ,
    Ship' his Chas. Smith and family have moved into
    oranges. With his rapidly
    'tmmen business of guava Jelly and one of the Merwin cottages. a ;! BY COMPETENT WORKMEN. v i'i'The

    'Urns crop of oranges, he finds frank Hatch has rented his residenceon C
    more than ocoupled. Barton avenue to a party from Cleveland IIJef

    b Jj Indian River Baptist Association 0., and will spend the winter In By-ALL WORK GUARANTEED. i
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    "clng' the Baptist churches of the his cottage on the Boulevard.Mr. :; Pi Ice* a* low as I II consistent with
    Coast Avoid alum and alum phos- a .
    from Lake Helen on tbe and Mrs. A. L. Averill arrived at ooU work lIoHhlp. Term. :
    *to Miami on the south, will meet their winter horns In :South:: Rockledge engine tbat runs without repair CASII'
    '""''on with the Indianola .. .. .. C
    churot on Thursday last. They spent the sum - ---- -- -- -- -
    The
    week Palltorll, from the :2Jrd; to 25th: inclu- mer visiting I in British Columbia and phate baking powders.; ............ .....................................
    irrh from the the middle states. We are pleased to
    :1 wl1\'!' bedenter ained by the Inch have them with us once more. : nol tLll; XSn.It1.c: :>>n. :Z3ca.ttcry.The : ; ; .

    **'laj>people.{ each evening Sessions each beginning day, with on The spur of the East Coast Railway label law requires that all i oun lilnnil blicbmt', with type Delta of dry proccisof cell that the,iranufantur purest obtainable can prooemi.IUAKAN1KKI material. :t WM J N7

    "day evening. QJ Sunday there upon which trains have been running _ < -au Ampere.b I.5 Volw. The. only Sigh Am per- .
    l's basket during tbe tourist season, has been torn age cell that will stand out running down. a..
    dinner. So::: those com- the ingredients be namedon DEI3 ..
    frnm hEN.
    a distance down up, and the station will\ be back ou the .. PKIIMI8T1MO AMPKItAOK
    he river, np or or main line. The railroad be will be used i Mt10 !. a marked characterlttlo of all Delta hatterle yn other cull ::::
    k t them can bring: their baskets road the station.A ; will maintain lie urlKlnal amperage fur the almost tndtfluite time ..
    Math I and tDJ0 be ""-day service. for a wagon to the labels Look out --= that them cells will atanil. ...
    InvltatioD Is extended to all. ., ; BIJ8T\INP.P VoLTAOE.er

    Year of lilnod. kwit. A very Important feature of all Delta batteries I la their extremely
    11'de .* low, Internal nwlittanae and almost perfect depolarization remitItiK :t t
    Happy for Life, The year 11)0.1\) : will long ba rememberedIn for the alum compounds p. *I.. a.tn.nganti autalnina.hwto motive lorim when the baa << ,
    ee I Is drawn L.O O LIFE JGLITIUC; DKI.TA.:
    'happiness N. Taiket of Alliance ery being on. .
    : cams Into the home the home of F. I .
    lihaas' Blair school superintendent, at Ky.. as a year of blood; which flowed so : _. :I .Xl.O3XT.yVT: :: : d3 :XT: 'XJESmXiJ: :: : ::

    *Jlllpalol!wall' .re torod from the dread- death seemed very near. lie writes: NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only ... : : ,, :I7'lzx.
    he from the lung and a -
    names. He bleeding
    says: "My Severe : -SPECIAL PRICES TO THE TRADEE'I.X"VIIrt.SxJJ
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    Gaul/bier had St. Vltn- Dance cough bad 'brought me at.deatb' Powder which is
    H Jh 'II frightful Royal Baking a ***************k************************************
    ml to no treatment but /grew door, when I began taking Dr. r
    *1101 worse, until a. >last resort we i King's New Discovery for Consumption of tartar baking powder -- .- -.
    i.l'u/ ; and I rejoice to with tho astonishing result that after pure, cream ,
    'three battles :: : : : !] 3xroiLt.y> I effected a complete taking four bottle I was completely restored
    best that
    the made.
    fJ 111" sure cure for nervous and as time baa proven permanently and can be v.

    /lots general' debility, female cured." Guaranteed for core GROWERS have 10O.OCX) ) bad budded on five year old Sonr
    .
    &, r. "npoverlshed blood and lungs, cough and colds, at the Red y_ Orange, HouehTamon and Trlfollata stocks.. Pine healthy tree and price low.
    2rntoed? by the. Red Cross i Cross Pharmacy. Price boo and f 1.00. Send catalogue. J. A. DANIEL Proprietor
    Icy l
    Price GOO- Trial bottle free. WINTER HAVEN, FLA.

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    3 to Time Card No. 67. In Effect September 16,1906.NORTHBOUNDBEAD.


    Rapid changes \)temperature are hard SOUT"BOVND-RBAD DOWN. Up

    goon No 99 No. 29 STATIONS, N8'I?8 No:'
    the toughest constitution. Deily Deily !!I L. Del

    a O'ii tlplnIWnI ................ ................Ar 725 -y
    /Q .. 11oJBonvl ...... ...... 71xjm 'I
    w1k 6 wpm Ol/lIBm/ ............ Lv y "r,

    The conductor passing from the heated 7 7 Mpm wpm 11 104oam I""m "" ......................... 811.m 15pm 7 1\\ 4'I"',

    i S 0141'01' 11 Sbam ...............at..uguetlne..5. :lOpm! t"" qIs ,
    inside of a trolley car to the icy temperature I UMpm UDU. Ar.............. A6pnt74Ipm ,; ''l
    : 11 10"m Lv... .......... 451'10 Co -",.
    $ of the platform-the canvasser spending an 02;. ...... Ar.................Pnltlat..o.................Lv .... -, I I"
    ............ 8 ]Aam Lv.................Pin Mateo............... ..Ar D 25pm ..
    ,0 hour or so in a heated building and then IO), 128'ipnt' r..................llanue a............. ...Ar 4 UOllln r'- "
    IPIII
    o U 4npm ..................Dupont.................. :: 4 2111"n r.. I",
    walking against a biting wind-know the io o Ilpm 11:1pm: w .................. Ormon.1 .................. 8 bflpm t I' ,
    .8 "pm .................
    10n.m 1211'10 ................ aytona. :: 84fipm 4lye
    bF'T' .. ...............
    of cold.Scottf l5iv 1811pm ... ..... .Port Orange 8 851':7.: .
    difficulty avoiding 0 Nr / I"11'10 101MI'm/ 2001'11I ................ Pfmyrna; ............ .... .2151'01 ,111.

    1110..11I 44pni' Ar...............is l181..n..V. lOOpm -'11I1IHnm -'''
    .. .. ...... (' .... :
    / 4Mpm .. : : 1'tOpm' 5'el"
    8; Em uljIon'strengthens the = It "' '''10lOol'm/ "I..........Orange'ItirJunerlon.' .......... 12451'm f. "I I I1o451tii

    J 0 : j fliopnl Lv.....--.NI1nklltlll' ................ a '
    that .. ......... ..................Lv 2 40txn vl
    it better withstand ( :R4npm
    the 1'1.
    .;) body so can 0 It r.lpm 10p/li 1/11.m Ar..... ............ltuavlllo................. .. 201pm :a I inn'

    of cold from of -iL'fO..nn.oii Art.. .. ... ..........Pnnfurd.L' llMun -,f' "
    o danger changes temperature. <. ) 11 M"m LVI.., .. ....... ..., ..FI..ufo ........,. ........* //I r.opll\ II 1'"II1II4Jpm ,

    : 0 ( IL liiiI, 111dpni hr.--. -YIiuavIllu..................Ar 7 Or.jm- -:a yen"
    1 t 1 e 1:181..m: > 3llpni .. ....................COI.oa ...................Lv 12Ipm Y.7a
    It will help to avoid taking cold. tOt U Blain 8 rHpm ................ltoeklellllo................. 1 2Upm .1 Iva
    : you 1 Ham 4 2-21.m- .................1-:8n: lO..lllo................. ,. 1:1: 47pm i I-u
    .c. 11llIm: 4 IKII.m ................\Ieloollrno................. 1487pni I' .
    . 1 /\bloom //1101.10 ................. "$0l>'1II1I..n ................. 11 5211m 1. f.'
    e
    4".m 60..pm.. ..................((4. J.'le............. .. II I18l1m 1:
    ALL. DRUGGISTS COo. AND 9I.OO. t . Four Sailings Each 'V cck . 80"m- : /I 1"I.m .. .................1''ort 1'101'0...... ........... .. 105".m 11 000
    asp'
    B1gam 88il.m .. ...................llhb..l1................... .. 1017111,1. II
    88..01 I 41 put ....................1-.11.. ................. III 1IIIIn: II \lap'
    t tQtO O ooooooooo oooc o BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. a .IOant 040pn1 .. ................... J"n>mh,... ............. 10 Uxam 11 '\1''
    : II 57pm .. .....................tllllrt.. ................... .. 10oo..rn 10 ,'I'86111m '
    ap120anr
    721gw1 ...............11obeoond... ......... .....l" ti""n( I" "
    ................w'eat Jupiter. ... .. .. iI"'I'4.Oum
    : / 7401'01 D1Ham 10
    at "
    RESERVE EWE LAMBS. I manure crop for turning under early Calling Charleston S. C., both ways) 6 11.m 81t'I.m u ..... .........Wertl'alm lleadh............. 84'am 9 : ;"
    -- spring. While It does not add 64"am 11411'01 ................ .lloynlun.... ............ .. .. H2O..m ,up.1>
    : Improve the Dock by Cnr..rulA.. ..... ( nitrogen The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe 5H11nt B rx'pm, .. .............. : Delray ............ .. 111.m: P.Ut.l11iB sups'
    '. .. ui the clovers do, It makes' a great A -IHomI.Wpm\ .. ..............4'urt 1..auderil.ul.o. .......... 71/11..rn/ 7 1l1"CI ,
    -. lion of f< *mnl. deal of humus and thus Improves the 6.0". 04'1'11I .. ............... lnlllll. ............... 71Uam 7 a"
    The grading up and gout-nil luiprove- Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Ismm 9iu4pni ................Ilnll"ndxla................ Titian ''III I"
    texture of woruuut soils. It will 7 "Mnm 10'opin ..... .......L..mon L'lIy.... .......... 6 4a'm 7 ill"714'un
    ment of the breeding Hock must hue grow In any suction that can Direct Service Between \ mu< wipm Ar.......':......... .. ................... 8115nm 7 11""litII' ,"
    grow / .......... . ................. .Iham1..... ..............TAr ....... ... .. :1: '
    Its ultimate BOUITO lu the riwrvutlou! any of the nniall grains Where cora Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. 10 'Ironm ............ Lvl...............Uo.U..II< ..............: ............ J_ :.inpl.UDInumii
    of the ewe Limbs now bulujj roared to or potatoes or coupon are grown after --
    (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) I'.rl" (11" trnlne. 20 sad 78. JJufTet Sleeping Care .
    maturity writes Lf'O C. lleynoltlx In corn rye may; be sown In the corn at t on on' trains DO and OA.71gtly .

    National Stockmau. Too much euro the time of 'laying by" or may be mthbouni........ . ... .. ... .8KMI-WEEKLY.: . .:... ... .BAILttSBl.. ..... ... .from Lewis Wlmrf Hoston ..- : !! _cacrpt; $nanny. -- =
    sown on tho stubble after the corn Is Northbound... .. .. .... . ... .. .. .... from foot of Catherine Street Jackftonvlllo --N-O i1
    cannot be exercised In HclcQtlu! out tbe --- Ne. 21 >. 9 Derry MAYPORT BRANC" Mo,18 No.20 I No :
    cut and be plowed. under In the spring Sunday-I---I I :Dolly I EKoepl Uplly Sunday I OeU
    ewe Iambs Unit IXMHCHH tho power t9 Only Sunday only
    for nny of the crops mentonetl.-'V. J. St. Johns River Line.
    strongtbdu and pormuuuiitly/ - Splllmtm. Clyde 2 rnpm' 1710am I .I 101'01 P (IIam Lv..Jack.. ....... 7 11m2llo" l9lmpnt "ai
    lrnble .. ,", 1') 11am 61"1'''' 0 M..nl .....Suuth.iarksunvllle..Lv 7871111I 1222"m Ii
    tjuulltlcH lu 5,1
    the Ujck. Flock BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. v 2 4npm 10 acute a rNlpm 118"ulO :: ......I'II..lI' teraeh.<< .. .... .. 7 ''lIlm Il Mxm) 1 tall,
    masters. make a big inlHlnke every oca- A OiiurKiiiccd Cure r"or Piles I Stopping: at Palatka Astor, St. rrancln, Hereufonl( (Oeljkna), and lutermedlat. land. 2 4npm 1.1 r, .um R 11.11' O.IIRm .......Allnnrl..1'...10n....... 7 J"m 1l 4atn 1 "GI 1
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    a Wpm Il Iuaw 710l'm 10 au..m Ar" I..y"r' ......!.V 8 4Daml Il Beam I OJ'I'ENINSliLAR
    son lu not giving more attention to Rejecting Itching Illlncl I'lot Inns on the St. Johns River commencing Wednesday, November 15, 1505. ----- ---- .- -
    'lileucling tiding --
    their best owe laiulm. Plies JII'uggl..11I, HII.II-.ilZBd to refund Steamer "CITY ..rACICSONVlLklVa AND OCCIDENTAL SfEAnISIIIP CONNECTIONS AT 11M

    I Tbo demand for breeding stock for nviueyt Puzo Oirnniono fails to appointed to pall aa chews Leave ..laokmmvllle BiiniUyt, Tuesdays, and Thursdays, at 0.30 _
    i startling/ new locks should not Induce cure In 0 to 14 day 5o( p. m. Returning, leave Sanlonl 1I1""I"ys. Weilnvfiilays I amt Fridays_ at 0.30 a. m. Close Connection Made at MiamI with Steamships of the P. 4: O. S. S. Cumpae;;;

    -.--- .. Havana and Key West.
    SUlltb-liolind
    -- NorthHoUUmlRest
    flock musters to part with their best 8CHEDULE
    down n-a,1

    ewe lambs. Not lu many yours hu'e"I' FALL CROP. IAI'av.-' a /all p. 10. .... ;.ankenvllfe. ..... .. ... ... ... .... Arrive II up.tkl a. m. SOUTH OUND NORTHBOUND
    I known of leave 84111..11I. ......... . . . .... . P.latka.. .,. ... ........ ........ Lea.e 8COp.lO. I LvMTAM1 . .Tiiei'lays Saturday.11 LviIAYANA.Thursdays.12P( ii
    breeding material comjnandlns Cab!>..;*. I<2a.lly Grown In the Cool Leave 3011( a. m. .... .d. ... . Aekr . . . ... .. . ... .... reeve 911I' p. 10. ArKby \\ FI.+'r..wedneulayaPnn.leya? 1 (Otipm Ar KHV VVhKl1: .. ...Ihumlitv' ....... n sop
    . Much a hlgI! IH'ewluUl I us now 9..tlnoii nt the South. Leave 430a.m. .... .. .... .... St. Fraudle . .... . .... ..... Leave ll00p.m Iv lay: \\KSl': ......We.t..y., ......,. 00pm Lv K\\'Y.i'1'.Tbnr84Jllvo, JIimda) ,0 Sop
    i t'' 'Tho price offered by anxious Leave .. .. ........ .. ..ieresfonl (l"'l.&nd) . .. . .. .... .....Leave IIMIII, m. ArItAVANA.Thuradayt..08Mm. MIAMI.....Frldayi, Tuelajj.. asp
    Home buy. Under favorable conditions perhaps Arrive B 30 Leave O 30
    m. Suufprll a. m.
    -rs will be u bit Indureoiuut to !li't go no crop except turnip Is easier grown Arrive I Odns.m a. : : :: ::::::::::::::::: ::::. .Enterprls. :. ':. :: ::: .::...::: ,'.:.leave 10005. m. Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana.

    I some of the boat ewe lambs, thluklug than cabbaged In the cool season of Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office t 22 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. i.vWEYWEBT..MondaysFrldaye.... 8 80pm I Lv HAVANA..Tiiomlayi.Patlirdnra. '
    i; that another year you will have Home the year. The laud should be well enriched AtIIAVANA..Tueadayetlaturaay..S8Mm Ar KEY \\ ESI'.'ruo aY..llnturdllY.. H %'

    ... M. IRONMONGER: ; Asst flan Pa... '1ft. 12' west lIav Bt.. .Iack.nnvlle. Fla.w .
    moro Just us food. It Is right hero that \yltu well rotted manure several ra. Trains at
    Discharge Passengers Ship's Side. No Transfers.The .
    G. COOPKR .1. Local Vrt.Agt. Jackxonvllle. 0. R IAWKI.I. Buperlnteodent Jack"onvllle.
    ome shortsighted Hack owner in going mouths before plants' are to be ? Soot Hogan St., Tacksnnyale,, yla.:
    to fall down. The flock luitHtcr' who disposes sot Laud that brought a crop of Irish A. C. HI\GER'rV. Gu1 Euot'n 1....... Amt. NpYurk CLYlJm MILM. Oftll. Frt. Agt.. :New York ." Time Tables show tho times at w h Ich trains mny bo e<>[ported to nrrtve at nt l dept
    'mph. n. Bt3ER. V. P. and n..neral Ma"aller. from the uveral >"'lluns. but their arrival or departure.. at the tlmna HtatcMl not fllnuml"
    of his bent ewe lambs slmptf tntatnog[ In time spring and was well General omoe.. "IeI' 3G North River. Branch. 200 Broadway New York. nor H thin Company< ba hold roapontilblo any delays or any conNeqnenrenarldlnir thereayn:

    shuts blmself out of the nice of reaping matured for Unit crop will do all rightby C. If. ALTON' Agent, Titusville Fla. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

    a good harvest In the next few \ adding about threeweeks before ____ ____ _' _______n'_ _ _ _ _ H_ U _
    years. panting! ; 'o*.tonncod meal at tCo rate "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

    Through the careful nek-ctlou of ewe of about tCHiO p;.nuU, per acre. Tho J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'I. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

    lambs some permanent and very de. seed may be sown at any tlmo during; Atlantic Coast Line.Florida .
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    slrnble Itnprovementu can bo effected! In July In central Texas a little earlier -

    the flock that will lu tholI'Me of a an we go farther north and later as .

    year or two return excellent profits. \\o go south.It MalloryLines

    Tho demand today Is for early matur- I l.i, best to sow In frames covered Georgia Alabama Virginia

    log sheep sheep that cnn bo cot to market with wire screens to keep away Insects ,

    at the earliest poHHlblo tlll te. There etc. In hot weather the bed _
    North Carolina and South Carolina
    are always a few ewes that show an must bo kept moist and partially

    Inclination toward early maturity and shaded, ut loaat till the plants are well SPECIAL PASSE GER..EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

    the progeny should be selected to pro up. I have my frnnios nailed to posts The Great IIlRhway' of Travel From

    mote thin very desirable iuiillty. Our three pairs to n bed eighteen feet long. FloridaEastVest North and South.TO and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on tbe coast

    great need todny Is IIbl'1'11 that con be :hero are ,1'UNMpll.'l'CI'I' to them about -NO OV RCROWDCiG-

    fattened at nny ago and put upon the three feet above top of f r...me. Over
    market when prices, are tho highest thoso are laid n few laths mid on themwe THE EAST, THE FAMOUS IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED

    This kind of nnlmals can only be obtained place cornstalks for a shade leave Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the numberof berth

    by making selection from ewes ing space enough, so that plants get or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring all passetigeis 1m vidu;

    that show nu Inclination to reproduce the, sun. tat least part of the time. -----,---- service and attention.

    that particular quality. Too much shade will rh'e! long legged Montgomery Route and

    : plants. As! plants gut stronger shiido To the West "Dixie via PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See .
    Flyer"
    7 THE POULTRY HOUSE. should be removed.. Atlanta ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-UnlonI}

    PULLMAN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES OK ALL TRAINS.. .
    Isle Cattle In the South.
    !t Winter Unmrtera o( FawU hoalil P. lu the wheat and. corn belts farmers Atlantlo Coast. Line mileage books rood to all points, via all trains nn far East as LOWEST KATES T(' NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
    Prepared For Occupancy Washington and as far West. UH He. Louis Cincinnati and Including. dellghttul DAYLIGHT the
    have I long: ago discovered that the con- SAIL through
    It Is not too soon to begin preparations New Orleans; rates *::S.OCl.CON8UL'r FAMOUS
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    tinuous sulo of their crops teukl not be ISLANDS.
    for next winter nays Farm Jour
    carried ou Indefinitely without Impairing THE PURPLE FOLDElt
    nal. Too goon ti> do tho work la not -
    I tho fertility of the soil anti that rates Pullman Ions Through tickets sold to all northern points. Jl'or'tull information regarding
    to be considered unless there N nothingto For detailed and Information regarding renewal schedules. tractions
    do. It Is surprising how much one they must have reAmrse to live stock' Call I on your nearest ticket agent, or write offered by no other line; diagrams, reiiervatlns tickets' etc., apply w

    1: and will he have Is to do when. winter comes on of of some the element kind to return of plnnt to the footl laud taken some FRANK O. JJOYLSTON, Dist JACKSONVILLE Pass: Act. FLA.W. D. STARK Tray' Pass Agt. CHAS. DAYIES, Fla. Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville, Florid

    unprepared.Tho
    poultry house from It by the erop3"Hcrown, thus preserving W. J. CnAIO, Pass.' Traf. Manager: T. O. WHITE Gen'I Pass Agent.
    may squire overhauling their farms III n state of productivity General Offices WILMINGTON. N. C.
    J lu various/ ways or u new one .
    more nearly resembling the . OLE UO4EYm TAR rOIEY KID
    be -- -- - -- -- -- - - -- - --- --- -
    I may built. It will bo found that anew -'- ------ --
    original condition of tho soil. lu the for cA house will bo le4 damp If built taf .u. jo opl.,.. Makes Kidney and Bladder Right
    cottou belt the beef breeds of cattle

    noon son beforo enough winter.to allow, Earth tho wood floors to that Ben ful are place only beginning among other to take farm their live stock.right E.A.B:: : <> I lJI> -

    base been saturated with tho droppings ThU is largely owing to the prevailing .
    of tile fowls Hhotild be removedto Idea among farmers that raising bl'eft'I'8 AIR LINE RAILWAY. \We Never Disappoint Our Patients

    the depth of six Inches: and fresh for market Is not prolltable.

    material used and the roof should be Dairy farming has many good points a w. Fulfill Every Promise and Uner Hold Out False HopES.trlatne .

    carefully examined while mnde tighton of superiority over beef raising, but to FOB- CURE paIn or d..t.nUon WltuUI tb.from keif.bualn.aal or boUIfI. aDd V"rI..ele IlIuol wltbe.YE rol.nn' .I
    Oonraglosa
    the old house.Another cured ;
    farmers' who are not clone to a good SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, KICHMOXD n.ver to r.la..n. W\tho. mercury: or mln.r.1 mezture loss nr Maul
    )point la that It la only after market and are Imndlcnpped! by lack of V'gorPoaltlvelyeUr.dl: no ftt.'m"I.,,' but. .rm.neat.The .

    one has built a poultry house! and lined available and steady labor the breed- WASHINGTON, HALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, ., *..,.y..,-.. lairaurth Dr..King atate Mmllral at Ueorffia Co. la fur an In"llurtnD tbti i Ireatm"1 urganlard and "under"rodo:.
    U If. '; mrvotmanaohronlad'...,... ,,.
    a year that be knows what lie wants.: lug and fording of cattle will offermimy N. K. Kin. the .Ruud
    t I tbl.ln'ul\oo.l.' | the ohlof bolo .
    Qnnr.ultlnu apiHiliUlat *
    e. :No man ever built n poultry bouse that inducement... Dolly y ,. I I or a .,.">of anilnrnt phy.lrlnn.anduraouna.
    ; lie could not nee something to ImproveAbout . Two Elegant Trains . ,.l /" Ouriucreiiln the trnaimuutor chrunlo dl....... li annrp
    ."' That It Is n prolltable! business! In the .'" 'a inwlloNI .
    it, and It I U, this 1. Ourofuee.ro vidh lillWte palvmlu ,.,__ b.tt0
    experience that south U shown by the low cost of raising equlpiwil I e ;
    U Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Ina. K-tp. vlnlva ray sod.I2uaen raf In fact. every tlartrlcMonniriYance
    assisting tol't more lu winter. ; I'
    eggs
    cattle, economy; In producing suitable anown to the mmilaal prnfmiilau. Our.anttarlumlmodoro
    .
    Then there are tho roosts and nests and the buildIngs In evorr mpri'.. anil we employ nnna but tl;. l M"tralnuil
    feeds Inexpensive -
    and .mol<*nt att"ndanta.r.vularlr: nuallded gradual.1and '
    Those who have spent hours performing !' rt'f'L1lrl'tl.lls"lsslp"l Experiment licensed pbyalolana hams' Incbnrua.
    the work of loaning out thopoultry MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.: We employ:: no mlaluadlnic: : me... to ai-cnre patlenla. an A
    I Sta t101l. \ 'I, \. L p.lronCOilot-noC. O. !>.'.or unanaed for literature are ".Ol.W\
    houses will upprerlnto labor -- "II\ 'IP bye'hi. luMutlon. Our farms for Croix
    any treatment average
    ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to Now Orleans. :;,: to 110.00 per mouth( mwlloinra Included> and we give toa pant
    I saving contrivances, end trio tlmo Mlun In the Corn Shark. .ure of a a..re Clihln a. .eoIJled .In...
    to adopt tbem Is before the winter lSlus. *- will MYBESTCrEIYNCCI3.!? : ? I ": ": If when cutting coru you place sleeper reservations CfIR3itICD1SE3/ES.11ently' our. t ebneludlr..a r::: ]
    Information call RT LVOUAllWlf/ftfft) /) .. Kidney:l .uuiall''''
    In one of your largest shocks about a For on any Agent and 1I1. ;ier traublea. Kb ;
    ..
    It Ii suggested that the house havo rW\ ji rrn7iiw.rCT7)) "P "' HydrooelaDralna.. Lo..-.. eui.. and all 1'rlva'r'
    dozen of choIeeat'wutermelons at Seaboard or writeS ibaNo.
    your CUBED. Ijla.a. % Tumor aod mall nanl trnnblta. 'Btarrli jf
    plenty of windows so ns to secure Christmas when the snoI I Is, on the N. K. IUNa- M. M, > TaroaJ.. ulaeance Head and Loops buwawa : tnod g"...

    sunlight and warmth.' Nothing Is so ground anal the frost Is on the pane C. BOVLSTON JR.. Aunt. Gen. P.... Agt.. JACK80 VIT.T.E. FLORIDA .. CYaaanao. 'eue.Aa Unnatural. Diaaharxtia.: of anon Wuiuon.weabneaarS auon .of. wonx-n.Dl.placanun.

    I, repugnant to fowls as durkuens during' you ran sit by tho roaring fire null eat : ____ _ _. ._ _ cc_ _ _, _ _n WON. rite *you da7 ear regarling l".ralur yoarenndltloo., Inoludlnc aympiom If.F"on.d are blank.ark or fur afflicted.home trnaiment.nn On .gaeal. v.isn't
    the day and th'y111 frequently remain I of melons has all '- "
    $ one your which kept 6O YEARS ATIOV AWU' A

    * In n storm outslili- rather than that time In the iliook of corn.-Farm EXPERIENCE KING !IIEICALCOrtly:;,! l2r?.:': ,!?aLa'.cAtlJtatat! Ga

    i keep within the walls of u dark house Journal. FOLEY'SliONEYIHoJAR I

    l S Begin the fall right; and prepare for __ _

    (c tllo winter early MO us to hl'o'the hens Hits", Stood tlin Tout Ho V.Ofll.
    ] and pullets.* laying before the cold Always Remember the Fall N
    The old orlpfii.il UKOVK'S 't'.rrelese! >
    weather sets In.
    "i L::1 Chili Tonic. You know whir \.u ore .
    , ------ aklnir. (t I I.. Iron and quinine fn'n tutu-
    Laxative
    't. !*> For IMatare anti Solllngr.Rye less foini. X, cure nu I.a10". TRADE DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS MARKS Eromo: QUIDlnCures )

    : '. Is not half appreciated. by the Prevents Serious Results &C.Anne..ndtna Cuts
    ',..n.\ American farmer It I.1.1'1'. hardy .kNeh sod da.erMlnn m.1
    1 will grow on the poorest land wakes. Job I'rttitlng.Do . From a Cold. ealeky Inv.non s.eetn.in b probably our: ppntahrw op.nion. tree(wh.tbar'ommnnlra.ttnn.nnctly000fdwtlal. an. Cold in

    I good winter and spring pasture and Remember the name cant f.ea. Olda.t .rencv.for HANDBOOk s.eunnapatenta.o.Patam. a One Day, Grip in Tw
    "i>ai .
    If sown early enough makes good fall not forget the fact tbat at the AD- '
    Folty's Honey and Tar. Insist nation withold.haraa. In tbe
    pasture. It i b'l' n good'early spring soiling VOOATR office, Tllu vllie, we- lo job

    , crop. It makes a fair quality of printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and upon having the genuine. Scientific American.A l8. f.tJir>d 00 Box. 2Sc.
    , buy if cut In bloom or before and It Thr. .!<.. ale, SOo, SI.OO l"ond""mel.lII..t... ....k',.. Imrwfmt rip. .
    ipe any
    \* always selU at good prices and makes Prepared only by 'I v fnarraimtba.o.t'aU. :;all: n.adr.ler M: -- -- -- -- ---
    the best of Envelopes;Tag, and all otherkln.t. FoUy % Oompcnr. Crile. ***.
    ,( bedding for cattle and MUNN & Co 3Bl8resdr.y. New Yorkaabuwtuo. FOmrSiIONEYANDTAR FOLE IIONEYA.

    I i" horses It .1 I.. ",1 Uo> aj cxcclleut green ICed Crone Pharmacy. br.a mb \ ID_ d'a r II&..", U.u elk);,. U*. COQ h a:. I.b.alaluop. Cues Colds Prevents Paeumpp..




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    EAST COAST ADVOCATE, TtTUSVILl4E, FLA:. NOVEMBER 16, 1906 7 }.
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    JACKSON VI ILE. WELL BEHAVED FLIES. .

    \ Dr. Pierce's Favorite PrescriptionIs Standard Electric Company ;
    ' A..I..n..n..d Aurnlnut Kxport ,
    Travelers powerful Invlproratlng tonic imparting -
    : 16 New Hotel JACK'OXVH.LE: F1A tng Srrveai to KnKlnnd. health and strength in particular j
    Somebody who styles himself "A to the organs distinctly feminine. The
    -On the Arueiloan and European Plan local womanly health ID so lirtlmatoly Jacksonville Florida. > i :
    Friend of 4merlclbut does not give
    Under Jew ma..3 emflnt. Newlv furnished. rotated to tho general health that when : ,
    home. Rares: American Plan and renovated. A ple-want his name writes from London us follows diseases of the delicate womanly organ -- ____ .____H _ \' .
    family :2.0O and $:3 60
    ;: Enropoan, 0ot8H. are cured the whole body gains In health ,
    1
    and up. All cars form Union /Station stop at the door. says a special: cable dispatch! to and strength; for weak and sickly J\Inl hy>, J\lnchlue..;," CO11kPtt>tty.. '
    W. HANCOCK the :New- York Times: women who are "worn-out "rundown"or i
    Proprietor. for who JAC'KSONVII.I.K, FLORIDA I
    debilitated, especially women
    ,
    The beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at 1Icen Cove :Springs, U under the "For goodness!: nuke: warn your people work In store, omco or schoolroom who & SAW MILI'8\ ENGINES: AND MJrf.KUS, 'I,
    same management. not to get excited over that reportabout Kit at tho typewriter or sewing machine .
    POUTAUT.K: OUTFITS A :SPECIALTY.
    boar household bUrd"1IM.llItd for I
    fly screens: sent to Washington or heavy .
    nursing moters, Dr. Plcrco's ' 1S -WI'IIO for Catalogue- 1
    DAYTONA JRKACH.Foe by Consul IlaUtead of Birmingham. Prescription has proven a priceless. -
    Sull\ : Term. Cut Wan, ) nail Jefferson StSv
    llnistead England Is ripe for b.-nellt because of Its healthrestoringand : on Easy of f
    Mr.
    says strenitth-Klvlnpc; power.i. ._ ,_ H _ __ . -- .-..,-
    invasion. l American fly KCI-eeu
    an >y
    manufacturers, stud I am nfrnid sumo: As a soothing and l'rs strenirthpntnff Is nerv-- )
    Ino. "Favorlto 'scription" unequaled
    Seaside InnJ.\ .\ TO -_\ BEACH, FLA. of your twentieth century Lord ru! t>- \ Invaluable in allaying and Till: SOUTHERN PDELJLMD SUPPLY COMPANYr
    subduing nervous excitability irritability
    thy Dextttrs: will believe him. +
    nervous exhaustion, nervous prostration -
    b flaw "d..r, the "The fact li.*.we don't wuut your fly ., Hysteria, fiimsmrhoron'' t
    nULnl\emPllt of the neuralgia.
    I10ItACE s0pFWAltT"ir"l""nt| and ,nee, situated' on Dayfn owner, screens. We English. people haven't: HO: or ht. Vltus a dunce and oilier distressing Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick Lime, Cement sq

    Beach, the hotel U modem In ullhMIIPI'ollllmenlK| ,, .llh'|. |loge, I\h'y. ploae much as a fly npleee.'hat we have nervous functional symptom and commonly organic disease iittenilant of ,
    ant rooms overlooking the ocean i.ucl. opposite Kt,suing's rnslno. ami Ocean are quiet well belmyed and chl1rllllllIy ::;- the upon womanly organs. It Induces refreshing - '
    Pier Terms moderate considerate and 1 we have no wish to sloop and rallovca ml'lItalanxluty and .
    Vitrified and Sidewalk Brick
    HORACE ,F. STEWART Ones mid Mena: >tur. deprive them of the enjoyment they tlorive despondency.Cures Paving ....,
    from occasional t visit( to our ; obstinate cases. "Fnvorlto Proscription -
    - ---- tho
    --- M Ivo cure for moxt
    LINVII.LE, JJ c. -- homes complicated anda olmtlnnto cases of "to-! Offices foot ol I llo aa,Stioot, Jacksonville, Florida, '(I'nlephonoNo. 262. .'
    "We English need tly screens about male weakness" painful IJl'rll"III.lrrl'lClI- '
    as much as Eskimos need artificial )co larltlfs, prolapxus or falling of tho pnlvlc .1. K. MUNNKIUAN: Oenera) Manager.
    weak back bearing-down sensations ;
    tiq
    machines, straw hats and pceknbou organs tiqt
    chronic congostion. Inflammation !
    seeola Inn L1NVIM.K N. C. shirt waists." and ulcrratlon. flW KWKJWr The Olilimt KolHl.lli.lnMl Iniln and Hroil Iluiifa In tho 81Rt/o.1/ 7 J J t
    Dr. Piorcu's medicines aro made from r
    harmless but elllclcnt medical roots ? : t
    SEEDLESS WATERMELONS. found. growing In our American forests. j

    In the mountains of YVestei.n; Yorth Carolina, altitude :3,3011()( feet 'rho value Indians 01 knew Homo of of tho thelrlKtI marvelous and curative imparted -- rTWm.:: : : A. Sours: 00. #
    cool climate all They're Kroin the Pecos Valley" uiiilVelith ',
    Delightfully
    through the summer months. that knowledge to some of tho t !"
    Trout Fishing, Golf Lings and Tennis Court.OPEN'S \ 11&1..y Puiiudn. friendlier whites and gradually some of
    The, very latest-seedless watermelons tho morn progressive; piiyxlclatix canto to I GRAIN HAY AND' GARDEN SEEDS 4yrJ111xa ii
    -were recently Ulxpluyetl a Santa test and use thorn, and o\ er since,they ,
    have In favor by reason" of their
    grown
    JUXK 13TH: Fe car from the Pecos valley, N. M., nttlie superior curative virtues and their sate r* Flour. Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers ,
    Union depot In Kansas City, Mo. and harmless qualities.YourdriiftgUts i tlLtW ; ;
    Reached over the Southern l iinilroad. to Johnson City thence vlv. The Is filled with an exhibit of > soil the"p"VOIUTF. PBRSOKIITION ;
    East' car totn"h :lOll( ({ Ka"tl3ay.hliei-t, JACKSON( VILI.K, KI.A. /
    ; wr
    alU'ru-
    and Western, and also that famous '
    Tennessee North Carolina Railroad
    .
    to Montezuma and selected
    : ore
    Sta- fruit vegetables
    grain ,
    tlvo, blood) r I Her and stomach tonic tho .1"
    Jin ::1
    where from
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    tlon, carriages Eseeola Inn meet all trains. from different polllt! In the valley, JOMMCN MEDIOAT.: DI8CfVERvrlte Catalogue Free ttmylioiiites on tracks of H. A. 1 I. H'> anti A. C. L. Ry.

    JAMES P. VININO, Manager.IIKNDKICSONVILLK says ,the Kansas City Star. It has two to Dr. Pierre about your ens". 'He Is an .
    > Missouri experienced physician and will treat your
    watermelons nl''
    -- eighty pound
    case .us confidential and without charge
    N. C. pippin apple that weighs twentyfourounces for corrpspondpnoo. Address him at tho l
    -. n bunch of grapes that weighs; Invnlids' llotol and Hnriileal Institute, MeMurray% & Baker
    ---
    --- eleven pounds a cucumber that weighs; : liulTalo! N. Y. of.which ho Is chief consulting
    physician.SHOEING\ .
    lIE NEW Y BLUE RIDGE INN IIENDEUSONVILLE, five nnd a half pounds and other fruits

    NOIiTII CAROLINA and vegetables. of unusual 1117.0. 401-1, 1:1 Knot liny Street, 'lIcI"I\'III; Florida, ; :
    "Seedless watermelons require! cou- HORSES.
    A three story, front porch, 20x00() feet, adorns tho entire front of the hotel siderable cultivation," said W. C. -:.MakeiH and Jubhein -. 'tlt

    ying the guests one of the finest promenades possible, and the views from the. ,Breeding of Lnkewoud. N. M.? one of \Vli TIt Priifvim. Which I. viprrAncient ,

    lilru TIlE Moor BLUE Is a revelation.RIDGE INN Is gtiictly commercial the men In charge: of the car. "After In KcceNMury, Vehicles Hamess and '
    a nnd tourist hotel-Neve
    losea-Other hotels come and go but the prime factor lo a hot I'8 success, the, the vine has grown three or four feet As noon us tho horn of the hoof begins Carriage Wagon Material/ '\! .

    ommorclal tourist, knows that when ho Htiikes Heiidorsonvllle, N. C., he or HUE In length the end In covered with earth. to be worn tawny faster than It Is
    Iways meets with a welcome and gets the best the Blue Midge Inn has. Many When this end takes root It Is cut loose renewed," by nutunil\ growth nud that Rud.lUirj!'; Rubber Tirp.. i ''/

    raprovements Inside greet the visitor, the beautiful lobby has been re-doooratcd, from the old roots. nml the early bloom is as soon u.i the homo U obliged to i' ,
    be dining room presents a fairy scene day and night, respectable young ladles are pulled. Melons grown from the do regular work upon. ground which FIrst-Class'Repairing and PalnUng. Etc. Etc.ISome \
    erve the guests In a quiet, genteel manner, nnd the cuisine Is always the best the< second blooms are ncedlesn." .
    arket affords. The prices are Heht and! you are made to feel at home the minute. Is not Itself. In u state of nature or to -- -- ]J i I

    ou become Its guest. Ninety well furnished, clean rooms that will accommodate, undergo: more than a voluntary amount JV
    vcr Iill people, Is i Its capacity.If HEN WITH GREAT RECORD. of traveling under ImpoHod conditions of Our Best Sellers .f c;
    you are seeking a quiet genteel hotel, In the mountains for a few weeks' whatever shoe : 4I
    sort of ground a
    (Mt or pleasure, write us for rates, etc. MB L.Kl XI>1 KltK s Since Oct. 5 Ln trttr. ou tiny
    WM. liE I\"ITT. Prop. \ of some kind becomes n necessity :;i

    --- '-- -- The proud owner of' a hen. ; that he V.'lieu shorn of one kind of another Star Brand Buttor 5 and 10 lb. Sealed Palls. . . . . . ,27cta I

    NEW Y011K. believes has broken the world's record began to bo worn)' horses bus always Fresh Park and Frankfurter Sausage, In Kits. . . . . $1.30 *'J'

    for laying eggs recently wrote to tile been disputed, by learned gentlemen.Nor Choice Mackerel Kits. , . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 N Po

    bureau of animal Industry of the department perhaps is It of much cousciiuenro In Tubs, , . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25 1 '!r''
    of agriculture, says a Washington whether the horses of Pharaoh were i
    '
    otel Marlborough special to the :New- York Globe.E. shod or how they were shod when .f Ii

    W. Stnrnell of Alexandria., Is they perished. In the lied sea or whether -Consumers, write for our Complete Price List.- :

    the possessor of this remarkable specimen Homer. Virgil, Horace and other
    Broadway, :3Gth l and 37th Streets, New York. of poultry lie Informs. the buruuu "nnclerit clusHlcs" when they are poets, j

    Completely Renovated and transformed In every epal'tmentfost\ cen. of animal Industry that since Oct. 5, are to be taken literally rather than The Enterprise Grocery Co. : j,

    In trally every located room In hotel the on house.Broadway. ELECTltlO LIGHTS and TELEPHONE 1005, the hen baa laid 201 eggs.. When figuratively In the epithets which they ,,

    EUROPEAN Rates her year Is up, Mr. Staruell calculates, apply to horses. Thesu would no doubtbo
    PLAN. JOO Kooms. 200 bath
    rooms. $1.50 and upward 300 Ex- considered 1 furrier to Indicate 17 1 Bridge St. ,.
    without bath: sbo111 have laid over e-'gs. by a .1
    f ii and
    : upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $:.1 I
    .and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $;) and upward. elusive of the molting season, this Is that reference' H. made to n hoof gar- .'J'n(' l'oIouyjll.. 1'1oVIdtL.: .1;
    at the rate .of one egg every twenty. nished with some sort of iiietnl.As -
    SWEENET-TIEKNET HOTEL COMPANY: .-- .
    five hours. for the Ingenuous olmervcrs who -- -

    E. M. TIEKNEV, Manager. Mr. Starnell does not record there U draw Inferences from works of sculpture .A.1Vn.TJE:
    JEi[ : ;:<> FJEJR
    BF
    that .
    anything seemingly abnormal .about they "might as well argue r
    hit hen, save that she Is a model of tho heroes and heroines of antiquity .'IIUN I': al ', H'I'A: nt.1MIiED: JHHHWIII8KII -

    -VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SIIOUL1 GO TO- energy and Industry. habitually went about winter and sum '>, WINKS, GINS ANI' IJICANIUKN.a .
    trier "iiild nothings. oil" --

    he -No. (iO West '92nd Street- Society" to Tote Home Dmnlcnnl. Xenophon 1 no doubt as a writer of Express Prepaid. Lemp's Boer '.
    Armstrong drinkers their llq- and of works relating to J'er no.... ;
    1 (Telephone "7219 Riverside" Heavy can enjoy plain prose Full (loan! IIIl1 Kllre. 4 yti 0 Qt |a(itHuntlnK KuUta/r Hour. .. . .. .. ... ... ...... .. ...... ,
    ) our In pence without any worry nil to horsy matters/ would deserve the most Club eye ... ... .. ..*'J fill 11 no>'T 00 Kxtr. rule .... .. .. .. . .. .. .. .... ........'..'I {' i
    how they are going to get home Bays a serious and respectful attention, but Nub.... Bounty. ftye.... . ... a 'INI 4 ill T M HianilarclMult .. .. ........ .... ... . .. 1 OO) ,il ill .
    .... .... .. ,
    MoiiDKruin' tire !M 4 00' H (HI ultra. ID
    A select famlly-hotel, near Central Park, subways, elevated and electric dispatch from Brnbank. A society bat memory falls\ to recall any remarks ofbis Hiinno'K "44" aye .. . .... .. ...?.3 7I> 6 tO 0I/() la.bnrasrlniportad: | ... .. .. .. ,............ il IKIt'M I .,,
    railways and all places of Interest and been formed at Brabunk which undertakes about what we should regard as Uncial Prop.... . ... ... 4 ni> e /IMI u w .Jinx* Ale, pint "''' .... ...... .. .......... : /
    a good starting point for Coney- Malt WhtHbrr .. .... :. ...a 71 6 IH) I 0 AU Vainest stout pints ... .. ... ..............9 US .
    Inland, Rockaway and all other seaside and surburban pleasure resorts. to 'convey bibulous Individuals properly called shooing. .Pei..:li llran.ly ..... ........ .. 79 B (H) 911I1(
    to their residences for a consideration, Certain protections for the horse's Appl."rau'II...,... . .. .. .. .i Tn/ 6X/: 9 /M) Bulk Goods, Jugs Free-Not h
    Single rooms and suites with all conveniences, new sanitary plumbing, the scale of charges being made according hoof may be mentioned IB. the works KoilnnUIJIn, .... ... .. ... .... .. .. rllIII. 4 UK 7 VII Prepaid.JJI.no .

    private baths, porcelain tubs, ample hot and cold water supply, and hotel to the style of the conveyance. For of Columelln and Vegetlus, and In the "eneva North. :.11..i.r;.. ;; .:::.. ., '. :::..Slid 375 4 9 mi:oe, 700 g :M1e: / per 4Hl.Kyn,(lln.Corn, O..lOr'.e.'! .
    table and service combined with home-comforts and moderate prices. MimiiUlii ;urn ... .... .. .. . ..11111 a IHI |U) ui X1WdlJ.tn: : Unl-o, Ulii, tore: Item 11111. '
    palltyer
    will be taken home the Great there Is .
    15 cents one moreor time of Constantine .I'malanaunt... .. ..... . ..,. ., u m 4l: T'JM1 I
    Terms $0.00 per week and upward. less carefully, 20 cents Insures deli said ttt' have been known a footgearfor Medford Hum . ..... .. 3 71 n IHI U /Ml ey.Mrpsi A. ARMSTRONG. cate bundling, and 30 cents will /guarantee horses which was fastened to the trap* Hnimljr.. ; ..'" '' 875 61X1,: 0 n,, Mafiaper fur tin umnw yy . 1
    King of Kantunky; lloiirliim l;; ; ; .. ..S7 AIHI:. H nil U..I4 11)e J'eRch and AN.le' r
    .
    --- -- -- the services of a chair on rollers.\ pastern. However, the earliest known furt.bherry' I or Aagollon.W i| W 979 7 BOlUnortiuont Ur"'y.per'' M..llow..y. A gtye
    - - ---- M4 IH'
    ------ O..I.-VI..t"rhl emI..1, ,
    Wheelbarrows cost a little more, and specimen of an iron horseshoe fastened allownl, on all gnmlH of .mnia. price 1y" M..UdnAI tJlllllltv, Unpe f
    F YOU WANT A... hand carts are still more expensive' with nails is. sold to have been that - - : -- \ t"

    while In case of rain If an awning Is which was discovered in the tomb of 12'US12lS8VCttt Adauls St. 'uCkttOllvllle, !'!R.

    wanted over the handcart on extra the frank King Chllderlc, who died in

    charge Is made. The society has a telal.hOno 481 nail whose tomb was. opened in '
    Lot and, though It has beer( In existence 10.T3.Well. CHAS. :33: L'CTM 00. ;

    ...Building only a short while, has proveda I stet *. stew. n.yst., JACKSONVILLE.. FLA. f
    profitable enterprise. ]Mare of ClinintMtrlaln'il. CongHJlvmeily
    thitii at All Other

    a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY, Turbine Automobiles Jut Together i

    Is there not a good chance that the Mr. Thos. George, a merchant at Mt. TSe
    LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, turbine principle may eventually be I Elgin, Ontailo, says : "I have had the % qI7fl3Rl I

    PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN adapted to explosive engines, ? There local agency for Chamberlain's Cough
    Remedy ever since I It was introduced
    Probably have for sale Just what you,are seeking. are already several Inventors who claim' to Canada, and I sell *s much Of It as I PREPAiZ
    that they have solved this problem, says, *: :1I
    do of all other lines have on my shtlvesput
    Settlers are flocking In but till there Is room. If art
    you
    Lord Montagu In Car. At any rate together. Of the many dozens sold /A t
    looking this way drop a line to now that tho present petrol engine has under Ruurunlce, 1 have not had 'one

    JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vjce-IT '.ident.BLORIDA reached not quite finality, but comparative bottle returned. I can personally recommend -
    perfectIon It U time that some totally this medicine as I have used It

    EAST COAST R'Y, fresh line were struck out, and 1C myself and given It to my children" and QTS, ,6 QT ,
    For sale
    with the bent result
    Great Britain strikes first we shall firmly always 1 1 1
    ST. AUGUSTINE FLA by All Dealers.. $ o0 $A .50e 1
    I establish our lead In the world'smotor r e+y
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    : matters. Fruit 'r.... Wun
    Many farmers who occasionally order
    for your Store. "Grafters" say Atlanta Journal, I the destruction of fruit trees on :

    WNINGS I for your Office. "have been disguising themselves as I account of advanced ago or unfruitful- ;

    policemen and stopping autos runningtoo : ness Are quite unaware of the value ,
    for your Dwelling. fast and collecting fines from attached to much of the wood thus '

    them.. extenuation of' that mild sacrificed. Cherry wood l III largely used JDi'l
    Made In furniture and when polished revealsa
    by practical awning makers
    form of graft It may be that It Is due
    beautiful color and provides a passable .
    fact that the Atlanta,
    Ye to the genuine
    Imitation of tree
    mahogany. Apple
    have
    a large variety of stripes and colors finest don't stop the speeders It Is go wood I I. remarkably well adapted to

    from In some other cities. turner's work and .is in demand for +
    which to select. Write us making cogwheels on account of Its -

    / Two companies have recently taken great strength and durability. The

    tbe field with Insurance tor'' bank de- cogs of wooden mill wheels are often
    McGinley Bros Company made of apple wood. It IM also extensively -
    does not
    posits. This necessarily mean EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICEDoes"'all
    used for fruit presses, where It
    ,
    est that the companies will Institute private -
    Palm Beach,, Florida. examinations of the banks which proves very durable. The value of
    walnut wood In fine cabinet work I III
    x.'We they guarantee. They'll merely take well known and good prices are obtained
    want an agent In Tltusvllle... grJ chances, as do all insurance systems. for this \beautiful and popular

    -- -- - wood.-London Times '. Kinds and Description of a

    The world Is laughing at the Russian

    THE history which makes Louis XVI.'(Ie To Cure n Cold In One nay
    ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE peacefully of a hemorrhage after a
    Take: I.AXATIVB BKOMO QUIJUHK' Tablets -
    glorious reign but the Rasslaos, are DruggUts. ret and the money if It JOB PRINTING

    not the only people who bare some rails to cure. E. W. Grove's signature le
    DQEg ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE' RATES. 'whoppers Ir\ their history lo each box. 2'o.;

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    m,1, 1 HAST COAST ADVOCATE TTTUSVILLE. FLA. NOVEMBER 16, 1906.

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    NEWEST STYLES INCorrect
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    NK.ryMM ...1t.. y4
    : *,t We have been dealers In dla- :* BOARDThe Clothes for Gentlemen
    I : Brevard County Court convened at -
    D 1 IA ill NDS' the '
    I Theo precious stones -* and Court-house terminated on Titusvllle Wednesday on Monday Judge, Board of Publlo Inotructlon met
    lU1UI>
    since the establishment of our : 13. 1C. Wilson occupied the chair and at 2:10: p. m., Monday: :Uov. 5th, -- THE RIGHT STYLE is :,
    *************************: | Col. D. L. Oaulden pioseouted. Present! R. E. Mlms. chairman; E. B. of the things that on
    and John K. you cal
    ; business in 18'8 and direct Importers for more than 20 years. : except All the tbat cases of Everett were against E. Bass negroes of Eau. Arnold Walker, secretary A. J Carter I count on In our SchioslClothestput ;

    The minutes of the last regular meeting there to
    Gal He. stay M

    \ .1; : =We save you the middleman's profitW1tITk = $* Tile following oases came before the. ; were Treasurer's read and adopted.The presented. bill reportof expert tailors who know wha'

    Court :
    : Is.
    and warrants style
    State of Fla. vs. Sam Ellmore. Pleaded the moneys received

    .ggl nrT &l "" ; /guilty to the charge; of aggravated assault. wait for the month of Oct.correct, 1000 and same the d. V It's worth a goqd; deal tn :,,n,,>w

    p \ e-' FOR OUR -K Fined $20.00 and ousts or three : examined and found cancelled and e t fl. + your Clothes are right in HUMSpecr ) -

    :s months at hard labor. redeemed warrants duly with the light .,'Ij i >Ity.
    JEWELERS A" IlWrOltTKHS, CATALOGUE. Slate of Fla. vs. bam Ellmore, charged filed. taIlOl'lnaod/ fit, as '" ,I'.

    41 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. :t with carrying a concealed weapon. He l"1."It.1" St..le".t.
    pleaded guilty; and was' fined $100 and To Hon.A. A.Stewart. Clerk of Circuit Court You can feel that way aboi

    t'' **************************'*************************:* costs tor three months. at hard labor. Sir-in compliance' with Section 3. ChapterUi.rjiwof whatever you buy hero weab
    State of Flu. vs. Everett E. Buss, who : l t lorlda we hereby fnle with you t.
    -. -. - _.- - - - -. --, --- = the followlnic lumilietl statement of nil mone. , solutely guarantee every thIn
    -
    pleaded not guilty to unlawfully selling received, appropriation ntwle, and warrant
    :EJ: Y. PZTTS: ; COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.The liquor. The Jury could not agree, on a'' united for the month ending Nov. 8, loue. we soil. You will find that 01.

    verdict He was tried a second time. : Warrant outstanding at lu t report styles are exact duplicates cj
    MOTLOW. n
    Successor to R. L. : ..t9.
    and the Jury could ui>6 agree, so the l I County ohool I Tumi ., tlJUt VTBjwclat
    the fashionable I !
    Board of County Commissioners tax,ohnol Dist No. 1, 9 37i. garment
    case continued to the next term of .. ..
    was .
    1)9)
    >i No.2. B5 $I,84J
    met at'l'ltuuvlllo, Fla., OD tliU fttu ;day court. worn In New York and otrej

    of October, lOOt at 8 o'clock a. m. State of Fla. va. Albert MoBurney Warrant Issued at thUmeetlnd"':- '' large cities, and that our bil,

    Presentli. A. Chairman . ..... '1.014118
    Conkling ; F. County school! funil -
    Pleaded of
    guilty to the charge carrying: .p enables to
    variety you perfect
    R.
    J.
    A. MurguD, Jllot. T. J. Cockabutt, concealed weapons.' Fined $100 and Total................... '3,7BT(17 suit Individual I
    A. A. Clerk and ly taste
    J. your
    Stewart ; P. Brown, costs or six months at hard labor. Warrant" paid In Oct. 1IKJOConnt It
    /Sheriff: .. nchnol funil.......... f 811 II show
    State of Fla. Aaron Heart charll'edwith Let us you
    vs. school No.1 B M 820 83
    The minutes of the last regular aDd The S"ool&tax Dlet
    carrying a conoealed weapon. -
    r adjourned read and meeting of the Board were Jury brought; lo a. veldlct of guilty. 8,437 04 .brs. THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR PAl'

    appioved.'I Fined $100 and costs or three months. Total now outstanding;aa follows cHtoss --- .
    t he Treasurers report was cheeked up i Mr. Frlzezette defended Heart. County Bohnol. t S.4OT 64 F/neCbthe eves '
    . kt and J. H. Allot and T. J. Cockshutt were Special tax school Dlat. No I, 8 M 4)4 :SUITS; from $8.00 To $25.0
    I State of Fla. va. William Ellmore. and .. .. .. .. .. a, 6B> 3 437 04< mou-
    committee
    MM appointed a to destroy the I
    paid warrants turned over by the Treoaurer Thomas Alien, who pleaded not guiltyto Total oanh on hand....... ..... <7g 81! Our Fall and Winter stock is all in an

    .wlth his report. They reported bunting quail out of season. The Deficit In fund ..... .. ... .. .... t 3.MO 2Cflh
    Jury found defendants guilty. Fined which is by far the largest and fi
    that they Lad performed their duty and Hnlance opened up,
    $25! and costs or sixty days.
    .; C...,..r.ft,......, were discharged. The Treasurer had a State of Florida vs. Charley Guram. Oounty 80hool f und- line of Clothing Shoes Hats. Men's arl
    certificate attached his show- est ,
    I tI to report Pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. Ral cah on hand at taut" report 107. 81
    3 log that the amount his report called for Fined $50! and costs or three months. Received Out. liKMl........ 217 Oil Furnishings. Everything New. Pric

    Beers wits on deposit In the Indian River State of Fla. W .Wilson and Harry Total .... .......... 321-11II Boys'
    I Rt Fine Liquors Wines :State: Dank to his credit aa County Treas. vs. Let warrant paid In Oct. 1906 815: 11' 078 One Price to All.
    I Ales Stout. Etc. Davis. Pleaded guilty to gambling. Right.
    I1re .
    Mr Send me yourorderalTITUJVIt.LE Report of Justices of the Peace C. T. Fined State$10 of and Fla.costs vs. W.or A.three Bates.months.Plead Special tax: school nUt. No. 1fash -MAIL ORDERS' A SPECIALTY-

    J :: and 0 I( OA,.FLORIDA. ceived.McBride and W. C. Peterson, was re ed guilty to tlie; charge of petit larceny. on In hand Oct.at IIHHI last. .report.... ..........SReo'd II 4 06 III' :

    Fined $100 and costs or three months.A Total .. ... B f0 VTi.D.storl.: : S. E3rar.l.rl.i.D.g'UPTO : : : :
    Tax Collector's of
    report poll taxes warrants paid iict. 8 67
    Less in (""III.] B 62: f
    ,' Graham Co. collected during the month of October Special tax eohool Dint No. 2- DATE CLOTHING HOUSETitulstvillo. ,
    Robbins & ISKHI, for the 1UOI LAUNCH RIDE.
    to
    year amounting Cash on hand at lant report... 9 930 111c x i .1aIardware -
    $3.00) was received. No receipt" or payment -
    . (Incorporated.) Tax Collector's report of poll taxes Last Sunday afternoon Mr. O. A. Stew. Spec fund C,chap 63S3: law Fla. h

    L 25,000.00 collected during the month of October art and two dieters, Misses Zindle and Cash. (in bald at last report 9 154 00
    B PAID UP CAPITA 1IOI! fur the year, 1005, amoutlog to Kate took a party of friends out on the No receipt or payment : : : Stoves Oil

    t This) corn puny owns $:J.GU, was received. Indian River in their launch, to enjoy a Total. .......... .... ..... 517681!
    { Tax Collectors report of poll taxes few hours ride. The air was crisp und PAINTS CROCKERY GLASSWARE, ETC.

    j+ ZANIES, assessed for the year 1UOI) and not collected fresh, aud sharpened the appetites of Itemized Receipt

    On the St.Lnole amounting to $$212.00 ,was received tbooe on board for the delicious bome- bounty chool fund-
    ,_ H the Indian Rivet Country; and on motion the Tax Collector mad candy provided by Miss Kate. Cash on hand at last report .... 107 HI
    River at New River and on Bay Is allowed credit for the same. chose who this : Reo'il Comptrnller IIMrlH c8Reed
    : ; enjoyed outing were .. .
    K: W Hall poll ItHH n 1)0)
    Tax Collector's
    I to silt the times report of poll taxes Dot The Misses Helen Miller Susie Teeter, e KlflB ...... 200
    Dlaoayne. Prices assessed and collected for the year 1005\ Kffle Collins Ruth and <. Comptf,lleri State aid
    Rhodes Maggie ,
    Send for Land Lilit.t amounting to $110.00, was received, and l.lzzle Staler Z indie and Kate Stewart Chan 11:1"1: ....? .'.. .. 70 (10
    J R Walker sale lot 1, blk
    Tltusville and, Miami, Fla. on motion the Tax Collector Is charged Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilson and Messrs. 13. Tltimvllle... .. ....... 1211 00
    Offices at with the same. I. F. Spencer J. W. Newman E. B. "JR. Walker exam foe*. '". 400 $ 324 86
    Tax Collector's report of licenses col I iw 111819R"ea7m
    Unggott and O. A. Stewart.A Special tax school Dint No. 1ranh d nulggll"
    lected during the month ending Oct. 81
    on hAnd at last report $ 8 00Ran'
    t . East Coast Meat Market 1IMKI, amounting to 141.00() State and 1 Comptroller tax 10234. 4135 013
    $50:3; : 01) tor the county was received.On NARROW ESCAPE. -
    Special tax school Dint.No. 2.
    motion the County Treasurer's Cash on hand at lout report... f 030
    G. F. DUREN, Agent. boot! U fixed at $16000.00 and the Tax from
    There was quite a narrow escape Special school fund o" chap 5J8J Law.. i
    Collectors bond f Is fixed at '2000000.( ) 'serious injury at the residence of Postmaster Hal cash on hand at lane report........ f 164 00 fI
    f=It:: -\ o The Tax Collector presented his list of Taylor Sunday last. Mrs.

    errors, Inuolveucleu and double anHess- on the Total...:... .............. / 407 44
    s:>> Taylor, of Tltusville, was lighting
    ... .
    .. I monte for the year 11)0.1: amounting to lamp when a piece of the wick Hew on .
    $;O .03.and the same was allowed. Itemized Kxpnndltnrea.'onnty
    her dress of Canton flannel and almost
    .c::> \ Bond School 1'11011J .
    of W. C. Peterson to
    carry a Immediately the dress wan In flumes; Walker .
    ? R salary supt for Oct. 76 00
    t.. v p. Winchester rllle, No. 1UJ123: ; Cal. 38, was but t with great presence of mind Mrs. reaoher. Balarlea... .........1,4211 (XIi
    P2 l ,4w approved and permit issued.Clerk's Taylor and her son, Master Wilson, succeeded Ifi Mini per ulem nFage... 7 00 I "I w
    r A J Carter per diem. 8 80
    report of tax redemptions and .. .. nit
    in smothering and beating out C. n. Arnold v 11 !80) '181
    purchases for the months of August and the flames. The only damage done was John Henry type min for pub. 2 (Ml
    OII tl eta September was received. he; loan of the dress; but Mrs. Wilson E. C. I..A: A.Co.material for No.22 I 16
    ; U2I Application of Nancy Gould for li & W II Drew Co suppose ... lu 17
    . had a narrow escape from serious injuryIf 1IAar: CoAiir AOVOUATK 6.000 iV'C
    widows exemption was received and on not death-by burning. book poster ..... .... ... 7 60.
    N -ITITUSYILLE motion the name was granted.The Cocoa" RookleilKe News pub
    I d application of W. 11. II. Qleason financial atAtemont ...... \I 011

    FLORIDA. for reduction of taxes: was_ taken_ un. and_ A BUREAU OF MARINE FOR R month M 1'loklLrl.tran"p'... ,. pupil 2nd 3800
    Talker :: 3ardware 00.
    : :
    relootod.The ,
    upon investigation the same is n vi Packard tnnaportingpupils2nd
    Tax Collector is hereby Instructed ;TITUSVILLE.Mr. month ... .. .. .. .. 43 00 'l'Il'U'3VILI.E. FLORIDA

    I THE ANHEUSER BUSCH to collect on a valuation on the Dennis 2nd month Sawyer. transp'tpuls. .. ... ... .... 3000 -- - --.- -- '
    , ,.. southwest 4i southeast ),, Seo. 20 Tp. Chss. J. Pannlll general representative American took Co., free book
    I :24 S!:I., Range :80 K, of $100.00) Instead of of the Bureau of Marine, New 'W.l J, rtlh snhool book t'i 60. M 82Olnil ..............N....N.N..NNN..NNNNF .....

    Brewing Asso's.faiuou $200.110: and assessed on the assessment York was among the pleasant, callers at o F Duren Jtc: Cu ,janitor Hltfh Hchool$A.(lo,HIMIK wood. 4 41 i A. AroRO.u..Proprlotor. Du. E. R. BLAKEWOOD,Registered: DrllJlgl'
    rolls for 1000.Report )( tile ADVOCATB: office yesterday. He was '1.00 lime 50 cts tur No.II .... 660
    of J. K, Gore 8Ul C. of poor In Titusvllle for the purpose of appoint. Eaton & Co copy book... .... 20 75
    St. Lout Keg and Ito.i farm, as to credit of stud sold 'amountIng log an agent here, to report passing vessels A C Hercules T Warron charts extra, frlohen work,eto.s h. 64 60H .

    tlod Deer to $11.'J( for the mouth of Oct. 1006, to owners, etc., and the signaling: of No.I04.. . .. 3D noI
    was received. orders, reports, etu. K: Wakeflald janitor No. 10.., u 00toilirHon

    Bold by Maura r.A. Lesley and The Clerk presented his pay rolls for Mr. Pannlll-who left, yesterday af. J PrVtchard Hro Oe Bon supplies Biipl's Xo No.V2 15. 2 4 2J to J I RED PHARMACYTITUSVILLE

    R. L. MotlowTttusvllleFla.By witnesses paid at the fall term of Circuit ernoon, for Jupiter Palm Beach and Walker Hdw Co inpl'it M HOCts

    Mr.R.L. Motlow,Cooou,rts. Court 100(1( amounting to (33.10( MI..ml-hall appointed Mr. J. LOI'lI1ard.Jr. I No.aS408, No.: 101 oil. U.. 506Feo ,
    for the Bureau at A: Stewart cnpl' No. :26.." t 26
    and the representative
    same were approved. I-* L Kyzur transfer sell waicoii. 6 60
    JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., In accordance with the report of State Tltusville. U TMoarldewrkonN..2.4.! : . 410 :
    Auditor, to furnish monthly statements Hub wllllnm build closet No 16 10 00

    Sole Distributors of finances of the county John Henry U MARRIED. o T Alolirl. 24 hereby employed to make up these W D O Wine exam'n com $4 00
    statements for the Board and he la allowed mileage 1M.OO............ .. 1000 i Complete Stock of- .
    1 010 to 620 West Bay Street the sum of $lW 00 per year, for Word comes to the ADVOCATE that W R WakeHalil.. '4 00
    milage 100. ... ......... n 00
    of
    Miss Emma O. Mr.
    such service, payable quarterly. Merrittdaughter Sr.Teueresam'noom ... ..... 400
    i PURE
    .
    \iCiO'VLLB[ :. P' LA. The Board examined and compared and Mrs. Cbas. A. Merrltt former residents }[ M Uller" .. ......... 400' I,II It 68 DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.
    of Jacksonville and St.
    Augustine
    the tax books for assessment of 1'JOO
    and well known to residents along Attest: E. O. ARNOLD
    C and the found andwere many i
    same wore correct Prescriptions Filled with the
    ," West End Pharmacy accepted und approved. the East Coast, was recently married to J. R. WALKER: Chairman pro tern.

    C Petition of )t. N. Andrews et al Registered Mr Louis Wm. Bates, In Brooklyn, N. Secretary. : Utmost Care and Promptltude* K2|
    Y. The happy couple are now making There being; no further business the
    of Brevard
    voters
    EAU OALLIE. FLA. praying for a wet and county dry election Florida In their home at the Bellevue, North Main Board adjourned l to meet the first Monay i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.

    S. Hodgson M. D.. R, P., Street, Dayton O. We join their many In Uac, 1UJI!. at ;2:30 p.m.
    : C. sold county, was received and the same .................... ....
    Proprietor. was compared with a certified list from friends In hearty congratulations. I JNO. H. WALKRK .......................

    Corner of Young and Houston Street the Registration books, and it appearingthat Secretary. - -- --- - -

    more than one fourth of the regis BUSINESS CHANGE.Mr. E. L ::ee. ::C ,::seO
    CHURCH
    Complete Stock of Drugs and Druggist's tered voters had signed said petition as NOTICES. ..
    :Sundries Stationery Per required by lillY It Is ordered that the
    Cigars
    t : ,
    o Toilet Articles same be granted, and that said electionbe Winston S. Brannlng is now sole
    AND EI
    fumery HAY
    ;, Souvenir Cards held on the ISth day of December proprietor of the large clothing store Rev J. B. Hawk will preach at Georgian GROCERIES, GRAIN AND ALL FOOD PROD

    y1\ f Candles, Etc. loot,, and, that the Clerk Is hnreby Instructed formerly operated under the firm name : on Sunday Xov. 18th, at 11, ". m. We
    handle
    to publish the notice of said of Penney & Brannlng, he having boughtout and at 7N::( p. m. A cordial invitations PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent for APES FER'I'ILIWe
    i election as required by law. Mr. A. D. Peuney'a one-half Interest extended to all to attend. deal exclusively: the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all c"era. "J
    : Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Write 01 for prlcel on Grain and all Groceries delivered at statlol I
    On motion the advertising of noticeof 10 the business. Mr. Brannlng has one Rev. W. F. Allen will hold your
    t regular E. L. BRADY & B20. TITUSVILLE FLA.
    r: wet and dryelection Is hereby givento of the largest stocks of line clothing, services at Cocoa Methodist Church on
    .
    o the MAST: COAST the hoes aDd men's and boys' furnishings
    ADVOCATB, Sunday: Xov. 18th, at 11 a. m.and 7 --- ----- - .
    Hodgson Bros. Cocoa and Kookledge News and Melbourne on the East Coast and will be pleased m. The public Invited. Sunday schools p.

    Times. The following registered to have the continued patronage of bis usual at 10 a. m.BAPTIST. Walker Co.
    , voters are appointed inspectors and numerous customers Grocery

    ..;. EAU OALLIK INDIAN RIVER, FLA.Marine clerks of said wet and dry election.See C1I17RCH.

    Hallwa ( Notice of Special Election on our Services at LaGrange every 1st Sunday -- Dealer In -
    ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. .
    " 4 page.; ) at 11 a. m and 7-10 p. m. staple and. Fancy' GrocerieFruits : :
    General Merchants and Ship Chandlors.fe The following bills wore examine and Services: at Indlanola every 2nd Sunny .
    I approved and warrants ordered to be O. A. Quarterman Informs us at 10:30) a. m. and 7:30 p. m. : and. -vr-egeta"'bles,

    ..Special Facilities.. drawn for the same, on this November hat be was' acting superintendent of the Services at Titusvllle every 3rd and 4th

    flth, 11MX1: Sundays at 11 a. m. and j:3tJ; p. m. Sun- Hay Grain O4-- Fe
    k Tor Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Canaveral Club until !rtaa'U. W. Brown :
    t OENBKAt rirxn. day School every Sunday at 10 a. m.,
    Yachts and Launches. a me. and prayer meeting every Thursday at -Your Patronage Sollclted-
    F A Morgan County Com. . .$ 12: 00
    Montloo the ADVOCATe when wntlnc.I J R Mlot Co. Com. and milage :2l 00 -Miss IT. W. Brown, superintendent 1:30: p. m. Rev. Vim. Stones pastor. TITUS VILLE, FLORIDA, t

    , It A Conkling .. .. 47 SO of Canaveral Club, was a pleasant visitor -

    J P Wooten .' .. 6S 2J: noT to Tltusvllle yesterday. She. Is one ofioston's TO BE MARRIED. ; ; :

    J Cooklhttc" "- . 15 :20 energetic residents.Mr. S. J N": 47 C>1'T.
    KitchiiigDealer
    Stanley A A Stewart accountant. . . . :aO 00 e.
    - In J I' Brown wnltlng on board of and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton form.er ;i\lIti Franz, a very popular young ladyof (Successor to Wagoner &: Co.)

    I county Cum. . . . . . 14 (X) Jacksonville will soon be married. -Dealer In-
    ? FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS A A Stewart minutes for pub A 00 resident ofMortonhurt but ln'terly She 'Is the *daughter of Mr. John S.
    Fl A A Stewart inloutvs for publl of New York city have sold their loter- Franz, who U well known to many real. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT

    Tobacco Pipes Candle. Fancy Cliina oatlon special meeting . S Oil,) eats la Gotham and have made Jackson- dent of Tltuvill and other places on ; ,

    1 and Temperance Drinks. D L Gaulden sal as priM Alt) ft.1 3:1U : due their home. They lived In theelghborhoiHl the EM Count. The following Invitation .' Tirnamw PRODUCE. OF. ALL KINDS.
    The following brands of cigar deliveredat \VlUou sal as county Judge '-5 00 has peen received at this office: FLORIDA ,
    of Tltusville for several
    $J.23; per box of CO: P t A McMillan bal com on llHJ.'i Editor Eat Contt A-tfofatt I

    g Huruboldt Key West Smokers, Premos, tax rollA . . 10J 01 ears. _
    Cremo, Cubanaa, t'ohalski., PA McMllhto 45 com 190(1asuesment \ ( Mr. and Mr*. John S. Franz requestthe ) I :::E3lac1--sxo..i:: th & Repair: : SJ::.

    Ii . . . . 828 75W Dentistry. honour of your presence at the mar-
    Flinch Cards SOo. ; Hand Made Palmetto S Norwood reg utile and exp. :l2.\ riage of their daughter Catherine May ENNIS &. FORT. Props TITUSVILLE FLA.
    Hats, 25o.\ Dr. J. W. Xewman. Dentist of West to Mr. Wm. Harry Owen the
    01fo B P'I\41el services as reg otUcer. 12: UI) I on eveningof
    T STUART FLORIDA. R T Smith 13 I 00) : 'aim Beach wilt be In Tltusvllla for a Wednesday the 31st of Nov., 1906 at Wagon Makers and
    .. and be found the brick (o'clock. St. John's RepairersHorse Shoeing a specialty
    4. I ell Nauman 1.100: week can at Episcopal church, Up and down river work have I'
    Henry Wilson '* 12: 00 I building In front of the Court House Jacksonville, Fla. Give us oar special atttentlon-we pay fre *:
    0 FOR AIL KINDS:: OF! JOB PRINTING : le will be pleased to see any one delrng At home after the 1st of December ___ __ your _work. We guarantee satisfaction.

    remember the ADVOOATK: office' (Continued on page 4.) any line of dentistry 47, Waterman street, Providence, R. I.
    SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TilE ADVOCATE.:



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