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 23, 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 )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00478
Source Institution: University of Florida
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)L.17. NO 14. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA FRIDAY, :NOVEMBER 28. 1OOO. PRICE, 60 }

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LOCAL NEWS, Winter Cjothlng.: Clothing tit )(:Une's.We Correct Clothing Improved Orange lt<>x.>"n., leo 11. rcriiald Hardware Co. ;:, :
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where. You will take Into consideration to carry the A. B. Kirschbaum Clothing I others and let us fit you up In your Winter [Roads! which are superior to the old paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds d; r

THE (ADVOCATE,, "your fall looks" If you have that en- -their tailoring.. the supreme) expression i Suit, Overcoat, 'Irtt, Shoos and )Furnishings style panel hendx. No crack lit the lime, cement brick and shingles: :

I $1./no per annum. In advance. viable character! io "Up-to datenese" fashion' ; the ultimate of fit and having now on exlbltlon a corners. Can furnish them c<>milt|
,75 six| months Our line of Ready-Made Clothing) for finish. Complete line of Fall and Winter goods. with birch or .patent cypress |hoops, In work on engines, boilers and Naphtha

42.00 per an. to foreign countries.; men and boys was never larger or finer, If any sort of tailoring will do, countus Every: Item new and strictly up to-date. cn rIot II or less. launches ; "

lieu you subscribe for the ADVO and we bought Ir. with a view of suiting out. If you want tailoring of distinction See our large display ad., page 8. We can give you the Best Box on the Tin and Metal work, plumbing, steam 1, I{

|rg by the year, It does not cost yoto everybod.\'s pocket book. Here you car at a moderate price,. count WINSTON S. BKAMNIMO. market and save you money. and I Itas/ fitting/ Good Work at lowest
week Included.
cents per postage find a tine suit, or an "every day suit" us I In. The Men's and Boys' Clothier, Write for prices on wraps prices. F

Iff- Reading notice ads. are ten cents at a price that ..lI1alltonlllh you. JULIUS KI.IMK, Furnisher, Hatter and Outfitter, W. A. MKKKVOAV: ., GRO II. FICII 4I.Jt HARDWAKK": Co., .t.! i

line on this\ page.ADVOCATES We have the kind that fills a man with Tltustlllp. "'Ift, 'l'ltI svllle, . Florida.Mr. 1'alatkn, Kin.Mr. Sanford Flu. ,'; t

( for sale at the Red self-satisfaction as to his appearance. s

-Pharmacy- Tltusvllle. Every garment is a recent style, a stylish Mr. J. J Sweeney, the popular cashierof George/ M. Bobbins spent sever -: John R. Walker spent several AMONG THE HOTELS. (i"I

fit and a fit possession. Hotel Alcazar! has arrived at St. al days In Jacksonville this week, attending days In Jacksonville this wuok, transacting '.

DITION'AL LOCALS will be found Our Overcoats are the hind that keep Augustine for the winter to law, business business.Mr. "'' \
| our 8th, page.Canaveral Take note of the hotel ads on our 7'
m you warm In the coldest weather ,
and -The Right Rev Bishop Kenny of .
-Mr. L F. Spencer was delighted at W W. BILliard, who has liven in
Club. DOW In charge of looks good all the time. : 7th page. l
St. Augustine has returned to the An- Atlanta
meeting an old friend at the River Viewon On., for some time, has returned Y
s II, W. Brown of Boston, will open Hats, Caps, Underwear, Hosiery, and cient city from a trip to Spain. Sundty evening. Ask. him about it. to his orange grove at Ml inn, l The AHVOOATR is on file at all the) a'
Lut Dec. 1st. In fact, everything that Is necessary to l'I best hotels In New York city. .
Fine shoes at DraonlnpMr. : ". -Mrs. .1. A, Collins and daughter, 'I \
complete your winter outfit are here for A NEW LOT OF SCIILESSNIGERStine '
jinplete stock of Boys' Shoes, Suits, your Inspection. W. M. McDonald trainmaster candy at 8. J, Norton's.Dr. Maude: \ Mfter spending u week or two The :Sterling:: close tQ the Florida 'f' ;
'auta, Underwear< Hats, Sweaters, with friends nt Mtms at home East Coast Railway Station Titusville .
|ivercoats. At Winston S. Brannlng' JOHN R. WALKER A\: CO for the F. E. C. Railway, was a guest of R. J. Thomton, of Tuskeger, are again. Is now pen. Try the Sterling when you ,,t .."
The Department StoieTltusvllle the Sterling on Monlay acid Tuesday. Alabama, arrived at the Sterling (n -Mr. and Mrs. 8. R. Rathbiin\ and *
visit Tltusvllle.
Mr. S. II. Peck, of Rockledge, was Floilda.Mr. Ij:
Sunday. The Doctor owns an orange daughter, Grace, of Ilammondsport N. r
Mrs. of .,
Seagrave Adams a lady considerable '
town on Tuesday, looking up records grove at LaUrange.Mr. : Y., are expected to arrlvo at their: winter The Hotel Register Realty Corporation "
Ithe Courthouse.Mr. and Mrs." W. C. Thomas paid a literary ability, isM returned to home. In Titusville today. of New York, has leased the new Hotel 4 'i
her home Richard Gladwln aril veil tills t
at after the -
Daytona, spending ,
visit to Eau iallie. the first of the week. 11'0'1"0111.flaml.! Fla., -to Mr. U. K JJ
O. B. Cooper, an orange grower summer In the North. week, from New York, and after a fewdays' Messrs. V. A. Losley and M. 8. Hums: I
Armstrong late of the Doaoliwood Summit I
Im Oak Hill, was a guest of the Sterl- -Mr. E W. Amscleo. a well known visit with his parent, left for Miami left, Tuesday evening/ for the State Fairat ,
until DENTAL WORK-If you need anything N. J.; and the Everett House, Mew!" i
from Saturday Sunday resident of Ormond, wax a guest of the to spend the winter. Tampa. They returned home last.
; In my line, call on me when I arrive, York city. The Iroquois will open on
Sterling on Monday.The night.;\
51' RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED the last week In November for a three For a Floe trunk or suit case go to : Thursday, Dec 8th. ;

jiiiiliel' New bean seed, Refugee or 1MMol. ( 1 ,best and largest lira of Ladies', weeks stay. C. C. Kalgal, Dentist Winston S. Brannlng's./ -:Mr, E. L, Brady, who lyid) boon at
| S. F Travis & Co., Cocoa, Fla. Children's and Iurants'shoes. at Hrnnnlng'ii. Miami, looking after his /grocery Intel .Jacksonville, Fla., hint never entore.1IIpon ;
,-1\11'. I. M. Cox, of Jacksonville, the -Rev. J.'W. McNary and l Mr. A. R. a season which promises to bring ,
ante for some time past returned to his
Commodore J. n. Allen of the IIall- i
popular and well known representativeof Moore, of Rockledge, were In Tltusvllle, more visitors than that approaching.
i River Yacht Club, was. a guest of -Mrs. L. C. Mooie, who spent the the Southern Express Co.j, was among: Tuesday, on their way to attend the i Tltusvllle home on Wednesday. Mr. The season will be unusually lively. The i
Sterling Tltusvllle on Friday and summer In Waynesville, N. C., pasoed Brady returned to Miami thin morning.Get ;
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arrivals at the Sterling on Monday, Presbytery at Kustis. railroads and hotel men say that the j
limlay last He left for Daytona on through here, Friday" en route to her your Dress Shoes from Winston S. tourist season will be
I'urday. home at Koseland. -Mr. B. B. Tatnm a prominent resi- -Mrs. E. A, Chutfleld, of New Haven, proper unllllual11'"I
Urannlng.Mr. / active. Watch for Jacksonville'' hotel
dent of Miami, was a passenger on Conn., was among the southbound pas I
I"FFMAS'S IDEAL FLOUR ONE -Mr. and Mr J. I). Crabb and son, Wednesday's southbound, train, en route sengers on Tuesday, en route to her -: D. G. Monroe and family are ads In this paper. .'I"i ,

,tithe( finest grades of Flour on the His. Kate Myers and Miss Leah Losley, home front a visit to Jacksonville. and winter home and orange grove at Rock. now snugly ensconced In their nnwlypurchasod The Windsor Hotel, Jacksonville, Flit., kq d '

Inarket,also Canopy and Harvest King were among the number from Titusville Palatka. ledge. home on Main street, Titus-' will continue to bo operated along/ the :' i',
lour at S. J. Norton's. who visited the State Fair at Tampa, vllle the late 't
formerly occupied by Mrr. line an during the life of the late I
anise
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this week. Bent tine of Overcoats In .the city at C. 0. FE1OEL WILL IN TI- '
-Dr. L. W. Schnatterly and wife, of Winston S. Branning's.;\ tusvllle the last week In November, for A. Brady. Frank T.Cullens by the executors, Mrs.

eport, Pi. who spent last winter In -Rev. Win. Stones and Mr. J. L. Carr three weeks, to wait on his patrons -Mr. and Mrs.. Asa. Paine, of Minneapolis Elizabeth B. Cullens, wife; and W. W. "f J
Ituivllle, want to return here. As they rnthers have been doing 'some much' Messrs. E. M. Holman R. J, Malby ; who need Dental work. Minn are again In their cosy i Cullens, brother of the deceased. The ') ,
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}out yachting and fishing a good deal, needed work, In the carpenters line, In and others at Daytona, have chartered a winter home on Rldgewooii ave., Diiy- will left by Mr. Cullens directs the executors I ,

tj want two furnished rooms for light the Interior of the Baptist church, which launch and will leave, the end of this -Mrs. A. A. Stewart, who spent last tona. Mr. Paine Is president of the ,1, to operate tbe hotel for such

Bisokecplng.ienator will /greatly! Improve. the looks of' the I week, on a five days' duck bunt on the week with" her sou, C., R. Stewart at East Coast Automobile Association. i length of time as they may see fit, and

building when completed. ; Hlllsboro' River. their orange grove, at Bonavnnture, returned ). lint week Mrs. Cullens announced that g
IV. J. LaRoche, one of New ADDITIONAL; JCAVand
to her home In Tltusvllle, the personalnews '
she would continue to on the business
-Some people have been complaining carry
m'i and WANTED Traveler} for established
well known
prominent poll- first of the week. on page S. You must read every'
about the hot weather In this as heretofore, adding I "Mr. W. W. '
Tltusvllle
mn, with a party of friends, arrived House. $12 weekly to start. Expenses page In the ADVocATE, If you wlsli all
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Rawllnson well Cullens brother-In law I I. to act with
fntiuville and left References. Address week. Well the cool weather will soon ,
on Monday, next mid. ,
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be t with us, and then there will be more known residents of Ankona, were guests _______ ___ me as exeoutor only until the property
on board the yacht, Captain Jack, 12-2 Geo. O. Clows, Tltusvllle, Fla. ij (
IOd 1 for the upper Indian River, on ag'ana complaining. ,It Is hard to please every. of the Sterling on Tuesday. Mrs. Raw for Kent bequeathed to the relatives be paid, -
hunting trip. The smiling countenance of Mr. A. M. body. llnson attended a meeting the Eastern which is to be done within five years. M .

Taylor, the energetic superintendent of Star while In Tltusvllle.PIiOTOORAP118.All. After that time I will\ conduct tho business t 1
WE ARE AGENTS FOR,CUMMER'S!: Ledgomore/ ; Rookledge, Fla., opposite
/EMBER!/ THE DATE-The last the Alcazar Casino Ms again seen on the myself., Mr. W. S. Morris 1 I. tho
eek In Orange Boxes, quality the best, price : kinds of photographs Hotel Rockledge, a twelve room house,
Xovember
,and for three weeks streets of St. Augustine. Mr. Taylor'scharming present manager./ ;;
Ito Dentist, Dr. C. C. Felgel will ben wife and daughter accompanied no higher. Write for quotations. / taken In up-to-date style, from with stable and carriage house, Artesianwell
$1.7.1 and upwards dozen. Portraits and a variety of tfoptoal shrubbery The Everett hotel Jacksonville baa ,
l Titusvllle. lie has been here before bl>n from the North.Mr. S. F. TIIAVIS: Co., Cocoa, Fla. per ,
tod his work '' Crayon, Pastel, Water Color and and fruit. For particulars. address, lately undergone a thorough overhaulIng -
speaks for Itself.
-Miss Mabel Berge who recently' arrived I
and Mrs. Chas: B. Jefferson are 011 Paintings; at most reasonable rates, D. P. MEHWI.V: : / at an expenditure of aboui-. $2..,OfJI) I '
-Mr.Henry Clark,of Floral City, Fla., again at their beautiful orange; /grove Ip Titusvllle from Adelphla, N. J., and enlarged from any small photo- Mllford, Conn. In Improvements. Every room in the ,d

wed In Titusvllle, last Saturday, to place at Hobe Sound, where the Anvo- enjoys bathing la Indian River, 8he graph. Babies taken as quick as a 9 "* 11 J''* is hotel baa been refurnished and connect
l at the river Is in prime condition for
the bedside of his mother, Mrs. N. CATS; : follows Mr. Jefferson Is managerfor says wink. Call and see samples of our House For Kent. ed with call bells. The parlors and halls '

[David, who Is very ill at the home of his brother, 'Mr.Thomas Jefferson. >atblng-although the end of November' work, and and have your photographs have also been refurnished and decorated t

daughter, Mrs. ;:t. E. Rice. Mrs the well known actor, who plays his la not far off. taken now, as we will leave soon. Furnished. houses to rent for the Benson I ; new oflioe fixtures and a cumber of

David hall been in 111 health for some late father's famous role of "Kip Van -Mr. It. W. Rhodes, formerly of Tliusvllle II. FAUST, Tltusvllle Fin 101ei! -7. Best hunting and fishing on private baths put In ; now sample rooms ,PG

f&, and came to Titusvlllle last spring;, VInkle." :Mr. Jefferson-who recently but no* of Miami was In townon the East Coast of Florida. I can fur added, and an Otis elevator U now be>-
-Mr. Geo; E. Sebrlng: a former
plug popu-
dlt the change would benefit her, arrived on Indian River from Chicago Tuesday looking over his fine orange lar winter resident of Rockledge has nish Just what you want. Write to lug Installed, thus making It one of the d

lajioped by her many friends that has purchased cosy, furnished cottage grove In the Turnbull hammock.- Mr. JOHN K. WALKKK.Titusvllle most modern and best European hotel
had beautiful residence erected
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better soon. at West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Rhodes sold his oranges on the trees, at Fla, In tbe South, with accommodations for
en Rldgewood avenue Daytona Mr.
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The many friends of Mrs. W. II. Jefferson are delighted to again be on a good price per box, to Mr. B. F. Ives, Sebring hails from Sebrlng O. 2iiO. The house is centrally located In t '

I,of Tltusvllle, were sorry to learn the Indian River.' of Philadelphia.Mr. Furnished Cottages for Kent. the business part of tbe city, street car S ;'

ther father, Mr. Henry A. Clark, of -- ------- J. P. Wilson, who has been very -Mr. I.. M. Boomer private book from all railway and steamship station, v

""''ee, Fla., passed away after many Jre"tolllalcing 111, for the past week, with ptomaine keeper at Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine, Two Furnished Cottages/ for rent In passing. ; It day and night. The Everett launder it j

'atb, of suffering from a cancer on poisoning, was moved on a stretcher, Ius arrived for the season. lIe Is a little Melbourne, Florida. Each has five the management of Mr. George II. 4 ,t

'face, on Thursday last Mr' and I have opened a dressmaking estabsbment carried by six Brother Woodmen, from early, but as he Is a good shot, be cantill rooms and bath room ll.itli rooms Mason, one of the best and most popular 4

1 Hall and daughter: Wlllard, left In the Wager music store on the Alpine Cottage to the home of hlaparents' In the time shooting duck and quail. have bath tub, lavatory and closet The young Jiotel men In the South. !

"Rednesdayfor\ ManateeIn, response Washington avenue, Titnsville and will Dr. and Mrs.. B. R. Wilson on kitchens have sinks with running water j

I,1 telegram. Mr. Clark was one of he be pleased to have the patronage of those Tuesday afternoon. We are glad that Waited and up-to-date cabinet gasolene range. Beautiful Winter Residence

Stand' most highly respected citizens needing up-to-dare dressmaking.MRS his condition Is Improved and hope to To hire a suction dredge to Improve Handsomely Furnished. Plsxzns on two In Florida<<

VaOat tBe county, and Ills death Is re- ( ) C. A. KRULDER.Notice. see him at his post of duty soon.FURNITURE and dredge channel In Crane Creek, sides. Rent for season (one month or "1.1 I
ted by all who knew him. I Melbourne FU. six months) ($200 each. '
Any person wanting For Sale Cheap. Ideal location on ( '. '
Apply) to W. T. \VKf.t
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such work should write to ,
DRY GOODS Indian River hotels all modern I
near large ; -;; .c'
I Melbourne Fla. !
Investigate.Hunter a ,
: C. J. F. CAMPUELf.
All parties Indebted to the firm of NOTIONS, Improvements. About one aore {J; I .:'

the : 'enney A Branning arc requested to call EDISON and It-'J! Melbourne, FU.i Io You Want i% Nice 'Winter with orange and other tropical fruit ,.,

have a complete line of Guns and settle accounts, on or before Deo. 1, DRY BATTERIES. Home In Florida trees.. For particular address r a

'Uo. tllcl. Leggings' and' Hunting In order to close up the business of the SHOES and Orange Crop for Sale. A. MILLAR, .

?-otta. firm HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.CHAS. FOR SALE-The McCoy property In Box 10, R. F. D. No. D I Dallas, Texo
For sale, this year'IIcrop of orange. West Tltusvllle consisting of a line residence
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I"1'housewife WINSTON! S. BKASSINO, A. GABDXKII Titiisvllle Fla.
: and grapefruit on the trees, NevinV and 21 acres of land part of whichIs
swish' to call your attention to our ARTHUR 13. PENXEY. Orange Groves, Merrltt Indian River an orange grove: which will yield For Hale :
""Ported Pineapple Plantation for Sale about -400() boxes of fruit this winter.
crockery; also Mason's anti Fla. For particulars apply to T. F. Nev- -
II Jars Shot Chins 1C id ex. The residence I.I new and In perfect
ei! Ware and Jelly Ola8 etlOn En. Twenty-four acres. Ten acres cultivated. Ins, 3.10 Clinton .St., Brooklyn N. Y. condition throughout: and contains 11 My place bate, known a* WIRES!: 23
ll We 'lead with a full'! I'8-' We'have a flue line of Shot Gu.ns and House and packing house For.Inspection apply to L. W. Drawdy rooms, exclusive. of barb: room pantry acre Fronts on river half-mile from { it

'e Builder Rifles Get ready for the quail season. Dock and bulk-bead.. About half a mile Merritt. Crop 5..VX( ) boxes. and china cliwet." Hoc and cold waterIn the Inlet and opposite the railroad station .f
% bath kitchen and
us I call before room, pantry. Barb
''d'aregate. purchasing your- Prices are right. of tram-way. Price .. ,OOO.OO EAST room has sanitary closet; 'laundry ha ; adjoin Government reserve, on

JAS. PBITCHABD & 80lf.Tituaville. , TERw4. Apply to W, I' WKLL, _I Fruit and Vegetable sanitary c1<>v"t and water Ucllltles. which I I. the weather bureau lighthouse

our prices are right Fla. Melbourne Fla. Barn. 41ft.x30ft., new and up-to dateIn and naval wireless station;8 room dwelling

WALKER HARDWARE Co. Shipped to Marx prothera. corner of adjoining all its arrangements.barn. Water In Carriage barn. house and packing house, both old, some

TItugv111e Fla. Orange Wraps.Car Galvanized Wire Cheap.We Bny and Julia streets, Jacksonville, Large chicken house" cement floor, grapefruit orange: and guavas, S acre of

Fla., always bring good results. Their also supplied with water. pineapples, In. fine condition, fertilized ,,
Wood for .Sale. load of those elegant silk tissue have ae..r-a' ;;; of Galvanized facilities for handling Pineapples, Grape- Grounds surrounding: residence under and good:: l, for 1000 crate next season;

F"or oak wraps Just received. Send to us If you Wire, No. 8, to No. 16, which we offer fruit, Orange: and Early Vegetable cannot good: Cost cultivation.over .'t 000.Shrubbery: eta splendlJ bunting! fishing and saltwater

&4 any length. .llIO.plo;'. want, the very best paper,' very low to close oat be surpassed. This I la one of the Avery, decided bargain for somebody.P. bathing. Price .3l>00. '

1&IoltOn harr1t'lng. See or .address J. EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co., EAST COAST LUMBER d: SUPPLY Co., oldest and most reliable houses la this G. WALTOX. Agent.Titusville HAL P. IlAnniir

Titn.Tllle, Fla. 2-2 Ean Gallic, Fla. Eau Gallie Fla state. -Try them. Fla, Jupiter, Fla.

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Free and 1 leaned over anT'ehoo7c'Mr. "Bryoal ,",

When I saw his eyes open sleepily I FEARFUL PAINS
Accepted Masons. yelled: : I rraE: : ..8..LTO

"D<> you know we are under water?

; We are at the bottom of this sea."'

Indian XoTltusvllle< 00 Mr. Bryan looked up at the round SUGGESTIONS HOW WOMEN MAY FIND

window; then he leaned out of his

River . berth and said reassuringly to me: RELIEF.

/ "Never: mind Wotuiore; you may "... - -

Lodge / \ Florida. I burn some time but I don't think you'll SELF LOCKING

Hold Its mootlllllh>the n...ir>u"l unit fourth Weilnnntlay ever drown." I r
of earli month In the ftiiwonlc.Teinple lutiil
Titus'ilia, at T%.IO o'ulurk p. in.F. When we were In nome we went

A, Morgan, wareh/prulMeeter/ through the catacombs. Mr. Bryan +ff tll)f A
John N. WHllor' Senior: : tVardnn.1'hllipw.Idhert4eJuniur I took It very seriously-at least he il ri

<*. K. omen TrimHiirar.J.I. \\ardo., seemed to, but I said It was a farce. i ,I P Ill II III

.,.C'arruthorH, Hnnrntarf.. They showed us u lot of bone that

A. H.l'ony. Hnnlor, U ittoon.Ynrey looked too murh like cattle bones to be
n Walton .lunlnrexean. +
V. 11. Walton, Hmilor Htawaril.. the bones of the martyred Finally I T .8..CKLE:
M. H. Htititti Junior HtHwanl. .
said to the old monk who was leudnpr|
J. R. Walker, riniplalii.I .
*.A. l.ontny, Tyler. us around: "Hay look here, we en me ICI ..
down here to see something. Supposing ( q h a 'iI
II'iln Ifllli llylll ll 4ii h; i1Htr1
INDIAN ItlVKIC CHAl'TICIl NO. liT, you trot out your mummies or I i 1 '
something IWo thnt. The old monk, t ghdi
1IOVAI.AII.CII: MAHONS. r1
looked very (intuited, and Mr. Bryan
The Indian Rlvor flmiimr, rtf"al Atoll Miutnnaniuvtx :SLOCE
tills said
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the time Weilno.iluy of ouch month ut the noticing ,
BfftNonlo Temple. "Look out. Wetmore; they might putout
Tint lolluwliiK are tile otttiorn, of thin chapter the lights on UK, mid we would be L r
M.H.' Same, Excellent ninth I'rloHt. I rl :, re LIhKfl9 i
lout down here and though I don'tmind
.1. R. Walker, Klnir. IIII t'td
ILL Andrew, Hurllm. going down In history: with these ( r.1irsNellteNol . -
H. R. WllHim, Tamir..r,
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T.Bamlurs, t..t.llr llrwt. to stny any longer than necessary
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Joule Alexander Principal Hoourner.| Jle ; '
< .. K. I'rltrhett Il<>y"l Arch Captain.K. I with their bones,
I . M. Taylor, Mauler of Third V. One day In London Mr. Bryan and I While no woman is entirety free from Compound sooner: for I have tried BO manyremedies Is a new and great Invention, as it naves time, money and labor It will '
Mesterof Socoml V.
J.N Wall or,
U. A.Stewart, Master, of II'lr.t V. went to a famous place there whe..etltey periodical suffering does not seem to without help. of month, horizontally, upside down or nt,any anxle.ft It Is Impossible for the rope to

J. It. Knulu: Bontlnel.OKI have wonderful wax figures, I be the plan of nature that women as it I dreaded meant so the much approach pain and every suffering for when locked, and no lever or tiiggor rope attachment is used In thin de

didn't know It at the time but Mr. should strain suffer so severely.woman's This is a It.e. but after I had heal the Compound two There is only one hoist, loner and lock the load, and It Is Impossible for the ro,
severe on a vitality
months I became )Kit OF KASTKIIN HTAH.rrlen Bryan had been there before although When pain exists something* is wrong now perfectly well and free from pnin. I am jam or chafe, and there is nothing to pet out of order In this original tackle b
l 1n ltd meeting he did not mention that fact to we.Attt'r which should be it will grateful for what K. Finkham'i
.. 'Tltnuvllle m the set right or very Lydia May be seen at the ADVOCATK cilice; TlMisvllle; The S. 1), Ilubbaid! ('0,
l iilire
the Manontn riHini' "
we bought our tickets started for
we has done me.
lead to a serious derangement of the Vegetable Compound
drat and third TnimiUyi, In each month ate der E. O. Fainter & Co., Jacksonville.
p. m. The following are the oilmen* of the In through the door, but just outside whole female organism 1uch testimony should be acceptedby
Chapter i won a woman In the uniform of the Thousands of women have testified evidence
Mm. It, M. rtr.hh'n.V' M.J all women as convincing
John It. Walker, W. V.Minn place holding programmes. Mr. Bryan in grateful letters to Mrs. I'inkham that Lydia E. Plnkhaiu's Vegetable ,

Catherine Haiu. Annex-late. M. said to me; "(lot any change. Buy a that Lydia E. Pink hum's Vegetable Compound stands without a peer as a '. '.
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I MIH ,Kato. Stewart, Cniuluctrimn.MlM Con. couple of ; please." Compound overcomes woman's special remedy for all the distressing> ills of '" ..;Jt"'JIIf.'y::-. ' ,
leK lo rtiindnrit, 'Anmiulttte programmes, pains and irregularities.It ",........> ',:. '.",," ,'>
Mt.HMillit Htewart I'reenrer.Mre. I women., "
I reached down In -
pockets dug
my I"
provides a safe and of ..
H. It. WIeen: Hnnrutiiry.Mm sure'way The success of Lydia E. PlnkhambVegetable ,
F. A. Morgan, Until.Mr up n shilling or two and handed them I escape from distressing and dangerous rests the 'j W1!!
A .. J. K. Walker, Ada, over to the woman, who all this time weaknesses and diseases. Compound of American upon '.. ., '
Mm. M. A. Bnrlinicaoiir, Martha well-earned gratitude
lire..1. Kline, :. ,r.lr was gazing at me most fixedly. I The two following letters tell so con women. '
L \1 .J. I). Pools, Khicta.thai. ; thought I had done something out of vincingly what Lydia E. Pinkham's When women are troubled with painor :
: H. Walton, \Vaider.
!1 J. L,.('''..lItlle.., Hoiitlnul.H. '. the way and was getting hot and embarrassed Vegetable Compound will do for irregularities, displacements or ulceration fifi1tl
, It. Wllnnn, AUnilial.Oeo. and then I turned and saw women, they cannot fail to bring hopeto of the organs that bearing- I
M.ltubbina; Chaplain.TITU8V1I.I.K thousands. of sufferers. I
inflammation backache,
Mr. Bryan laughing ns If he never down feeling ,
would stop. I went a little closer to Miss Nellie Holmes, of UO! N Division bloating (or flatulency), general debility

CAMP NO. 141. the programme\ lady and flaw that she Street Buffalo, N. Y., writes: Indigestion and nervous prostration 'a
Dear lira. Pinkham- or are beset with such symptoms
k, was made out of wux. "YourraedicliiH is Indeed Ideal medicine as dizziness, faintness, lassitude, excitability THIS snows, .
0O I managed to catch an awful cold on for women. I mtTenxl misery for yam with irritability, nervousness

the way up to Scotland, and the first painful periods, headaches,and buarlng-down sleeplessness melancholy, they should THE RTOt1ETWALTON
i.. ..... I consulted two dilferent phyiiiclfuis and
place we stopped at In that country I remember there is one tried OF
but failed to get any relief. A friend from the
w. sent for n doctor. A little round typical nut advised me to try Lydia, E. Vinkhain's 'true remedy. Lydia K. Pinkham'sVegetable

.n ilk Lv Scotchman, with a beaming; smile Vegetable Compound. I did 110, and no longer I Compound at once removes THESE ARE OUR
came and after thumping my chest and uffer as Idid before. :Mypertods a re natural; I such troubles. Refuse to buy any other
i, and every ache and pain Is (gone, and my general medicine, for you need the best. PAT BLOCK PATENT LONG-
ribs looking at tongue said
my health Is much Improved. I advise all women
that there was' nothing with fiuUboiu'a Don't lienitnto to write to Mrs. ROLLER BEARING
Me..Mevnry H rut anti third Monday. In each wrong me who suffer to take Lydia E. Vegetable
month at 8 p. in., Blurp; at the Maiiiiilu except, a cold and that the best thing I Compound" IMnkham If there in anjtliliipr I SM EAVES.WaltonYinton .
Temple. could do for that' was to take a little Mrs Tlllie Hart of Larimore, N, D., about your sickness you do not y
Consul) HiiderHtaml. Hhotvill treat you
Cooimandur..ttarr'Uuntenaut:::::::::::: ::: t.K.Waiker WIlHAdvlmir medicine aad a great deal ot Scotch writes: with kindness and her advice is

Hanker ..." ... .. .. .. "..U.C.Conklhig whisky When he said this I looked Dear Mm. rlnkbftm"I :- free. No ever regretted
Knoort .. ... .. n I. Mandavllie might have been spared many monthsof woman
Clerk\ ... ... ...:.':,", JLlhtrrntlmri over triumphantly at Mr. Bryan who suffering! and pain had I only knownof the writing her and she has helped\

Watolnnuu .... . ... .....' ,J.NWaliu. happened to be present, but Mr. Bryan of Lydia E. 1'inkhum's Vegotableramgunge thousands. Address Lynn,Mass.
Hnntry ... .. ....,.... ...' .... ..... .... .1 .n..:nnl. lllcacy S. ,
IMriiotors .,... ..... .. ........r.r.wllitoi -you know he never drinks only smiled Ask Mrs. Pinkham's Advice-A Woman Best Understands a Woman's Ills. I -
II.li 1'1... and H .Norton nnd said nothing.
Camp 1'hytlolan, .. .. ..... ......... K.K!:,Kulllin But be hadn't
T forgotten It, for a few ,
All vlHltlnir' Wnndinen are cordially Invited to
Btttiuu the mooting days later we had to cross that piece \ of whal ft iilrenily culls II1... says Suburban! Lifer Is the tea wagon.It .

.I of water they call the Irish channel will rail with .
End rowd" and noon native may be loaded with the good thing
and which Is the most unrestful aggravating perfection, of accent "Mnwl Enu In the rnntry and In safety be wheeled
d ARYAN'S of water I had the
FOREIGN TOUR body ever Ilowd." to the! place of serving be It In the !living

misfortune to cross. W0 started at I Insist, on this aspect of the case be- rouUk, the pln/.Kti or the rustle garden ,

night and I didn't sleep> a wink because caime while wo seem Incapable ot: house. These tea wagons vary in r (Qcg ll. .
the blamed boat first stood Its
Incidents of the Trip Describedby on grasping: the enormous( advantage: ot prlco from $12 upward and iuay be .
with Its propeller whirring around
nose making English the universal language purchased In the natural wicker or

Colonel Wetmore. In the air and then It would alt down both for writing and spix-ch or of'mi stained any color. A red wagon makes

been In my hearing pronounced so as derttiimllng how our spelling obstructs pleasing bit of color on the green

to rhyme with "damn." That Is how that conRiiinnintlon most English men lawn.

JEST PLATED BY THE NEBRASKAN we shall all bare to pronounce It someday and women would almost rather die

r ; I foresee the time when I shall than be convicted of uptMtklug like costermongers Croup.A .

1 : be forced to pronounce "semiconscious" nnd flower glrlH. Our governing Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
tenable medicine and that
Bow II* Fooled III Old Friend and "sco conscious. one
as my classes. dropped half the continent -
should always be kept In (he house for
TrBvellitv Companion With a Wax Then there Is the march of preciosity.
of North America from sheer carelessness Immediate use Is Chambeilaln's' Cough .
Fllrxre-An Aniuilnc Incident !. AlroixlyJ blush when old habit betraysme Sooner than drop an "h" Kemeily. It will prevent the attack If

Cork and One nt a Concert-Marked Into culling clothes "close." I have they would steep Europe In blood It given as soon as t the child becomes

Devotion to Ilia Wife. heard a tenor pronouncing the "I" lu therefore hits then purposely In their hoarse, or even after the croupy cough .

llaemlel's "Where'er You '''alk." IfDeptford vulnerable point. pxpear. "Morsale b.v All Dealein.

William Jennings Bryan, making has become Ford" In .
"Depped For this very reunion, however the reform -
speeches on his tour of the world to spite of usage I see no reason to doubt cannot be effected by shortened Fewer Gallons; Wears Longer"

I i peace conferences to the revolutionists that debt will become "depped. IIIp..l1Inwhl'h/ I lit Indistinguishable, Fewer'gallons takes less of Devoe
;
of the doumii and to the people of all I aim fond of the word "ham meaning from ordinary wrong spelling. If any Lead and Zino than mixed paints. Wears

nations, la one kind of a man? But country place larger than n ham man writes me, a letter In which"through" longer ; twice as long ns lead and oil. v
ret. I am still allowed to speak of V I
simple Mr. Bryan, whom many of his Is spelled "thro" and"above" t I III \\
"East Ham" and "West Ham" becausethe "abuv" T shall nt once put himdown' I I IN I II.
follow countrymen met on his way words written separntely'but JOB PIUNTINU of all kinds date at
are
as Illltornto and In consequence
J around the world la quite another character when I speak of "Lewis Ham" "Elt his oltlce at reasonable rates. Give I 41
plebeian no matter what board or usa share of you work. I.. I II 1 I II
Ham" or.l'eters. Ham" I am suspected what potentate sanction. his orthogra I 'I

: Several St Loulsuns traveled with of defect In my speech almost us If I phy. Really phonetic spelling Is quite I

Mr. Bryan a considerable part of his hud spoken of "Curs lloltun" properly unmistakable In thin way. No lady or Dude County Land 1'or Sale.

way this summer. .' rhyming to "Walton") Instead of "Ker gentleman will ever be persuaded' to
Colonel Moses C. Wetuiore old Shalltn. The received pronunciations For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter
an : spell like the late Sir Isaac I'ltmau. of southeast quarter of section 11. township -
friend of Bryan, met the :Nebraskan' In nowadays tire "Louis shiiiu "Peter who was n very energetic bookseller ;W, south of range 41 east; close to 'IIfIiilllV

London, traveled with him through Europe sham." "El them" and so on. and pea-\ and n very bud phonetician, but anybody O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on 'II l '

and oauio back with him from pie who support the bad spelling which might spell like Henry Sweet St Lucle River; -JO acres.. i

wM Italy on the Trluzess Irene. Mr. Bryan la corrupting the language In this fashion without coinpromlMlnft himself-Indeed, Also, the northeast quarter of north.

is very friendly with Colonel Iullo," pretend to have special regard for with positive nlUrmntlon of having east quarter of section 18, township 38,

and he showed" a phase of character to It and prattle of the Bible and Shake been nt Oxford. A practically correct south of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt.
spettre. They remind me of the New Lncle River; 40 acres. Apply to
him which shows him at his beet phonetic spoiling justice Itself at onco

I't Hero are some of the stories Colonel York police commissioner who once arrested to the eye us being the spelling of an CHAA U.Tltuavllle WALTON,Fla.

"Mol
performing one of my plays and explained called simplifications suggest nothing -
reporter: so These long Holler
I Bearing Sheaves, which are looked as the s'r.:'
on being remonstrated with I FINE upon
On a crazy little boat that took us but blunder' PROPERTY FOR SALE. anti-friction roller .
bearing In the world tlieroll
i.. around the Hook up to Holland a funny I that the sermon 01'1 the mount was I therefore respectfully advise the are without cages to hold

thing happened. Tho boat was so I good enough for him. president and the board to take the place, and therefore are far more durable and run with far less friction than

, crowded that everything was In confusion The worst of It Is this want of conscience bull by the horns without wasting further old-style cage. The sheave castings are made solid, standing double the styli:i
In has led to 1N BREVARD ST LUCIE AND the skeleton Iron
\ when we boarded It shortly before spelling anarchyand time and enlarge the alphabet until sheaves.

midnight. Mr. Bryan went to( cabin 10, indifference In the Interpretationof our consonants and vowels are for\ DADE COUNTIES.

which he had reserved and there he spelling. London children are deliberately all practical purposed. separately represented
taught to speak hideously by with LAND FOR SAlE St. Lucle and DadA
found another nuts In his berth. Mr. and deaneiL Ily rhyming counties
Bryan said: "This Is my berth. I have teucht.rabo spunk that way thernselven. words. In dally use we shall then get aword > Description of IROd'eRt TIIOCSANDS OF THEM SELLING STATE!
I have passed, public elementary a of northeast A.J and west }1y of south- IN THE :NEW ENGLAND
a ticket for It." notation which may be strange nAt t..', Rec. in, township :3J!,' range' :3D,
school and have heard a class of -For all kinds of
I at first-which does not m"Ul'r-bnt businesses where Tackle Block u.ed-
v. "H<> have I, answered the occupantof 1(11 20-100 acres, St. Lucie Counts a ,. *
, ; the berth. I children chorusing the alphabet as follows which will bo neither ludicrous nor nppjirently \Vetav of northwest }4 and west to
"
.r "'''t'II." said Mr. Bryan. "what shall : : "1. "ber-eo, "ser-ce, "der-ee, Ignorant-which does matter of south went .!Vj. sec. 33, township :iii:
"
we do?" "er-ee" "rtt<-." "ger-ee. ""Icho. "awr. very much Indeed. range 3D, 1 till; ogres, St. facie connty.
"' ." "kl." "nl." ":m" uLLni .'ow." Northeast "S of southeast tf, 3 TIIK
"Do?" the figure in the One other point Is of Importance. The lee. ,
repeated
"pere." "kloo." "aw," "asK," "ter-eee new letters must be designed by an township ;8 tS south, range: 41 east; Walton
" blankets. "Do? I don't know what Ci
close to O. K Wood's Block
yer-eoo, "ver-ee "dabblyew "ax. artist with a fully developed sense of pineapple plan Self-Locking
you are going to do, but I nm going to "wn w '," "and.In.'ftdy ."', tation on St. Lucle river; 40 acres,
)
1 beauty In writing and printing. There
sloop" And then he turned" over as If lad county.AIR. .
ho meaut to stay there Mr. Bryan \ the wont end a section of must ho no diacritical signs to spoil >. the nor'h.gar t. { of northeast

looked at him a moment; then be turned London and Oxford have acquired. the appearance' ot; the pages of new If, are 18, township, 3S south, range 404>Atlantlo Avenue, BOSTON: yLt':
,
with n smile and with the remark, more than half thU h)rrlble pronunciation I tyjH It I Is n mistake to suppose that 41 rite' .-n unit'h, f"rkf St. Lade ... .
-- .
and they will own acquire It com the Bible tenches us the vacredness of river; 10 acre, )Undo, county. - .-.- -- ..
"Possession' U:' nine points of the law
walked pletely. They are lulled Into false security pseudo-rtyniologlcttl spelling, but It Apply to W. A. BALL, Stuart, Fla. flas
away. by the fact that the coarsely nasal docs ft'lIcb18 the comeliness of a page Stood The Test 25Grove's Yea
That night: they managed to find for
resonance of the costernlouger distinguishes
which there and
on are no apostrophes
tis a room down below, where Mr. Bry- from the Oxford '
him Job rt'litllIJ
socially no Inverted" commas. J :.
nn and three of us men In the party
graduate In spite of the Identityof
slept In small berths. Of course It bring
I
their mispronunciation. But the 1 Do not the fact that
Tea on W-1\1. ? forget at the An-
throughthe
dark we oouKl see nothing
portholes, but when I woke up In snarl will nj doubt conquer Oxford Iu Now that the American women have : VOCATK office, Tltusvllle, we do Job

the morning I saw the water rushingby time." fur When smart" and society dahntabu"says "ow.for bwoiiie devotees of the 5 o'clock tea printing: of all kinds, neat!?,cheaply-and Tasteless
"oh. no,
now there la much Interest In the Toni
appointments Chill
little and I knew expeditiously Letterheads
the gloss porthole downtown" and calls "humbug with a Notehead,
that It. One of the
., we were below the water, level. It'nllll'lil gun" "bamlxtg with agon" It Is not anal accompany Billheads Envelopes.Tags, and all other
comfortable fueling at.p.II, so latest moss convenient!! scherjej. kinds.
xery far from complete mastery of the No-Cure-No-Pay.
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i EAST COAST ADVOCATC. TITUSVILUS. FUA. NOVEMBER 2a IVOft. 3
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professional" Oard.EO. Xotlco of Special Lu\r. -l lA..IC.
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA: I MUST LOOK YOUNG.
.
N OTCK[ Is licrel.y Blvim of the Intention tn lucite That I lT1WJat j).().. \ With
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I'or lived )
. M. ROBBINS, apply) | to the I"' Kl latmi of the State ..r Till a 2'S' >3O>?>! *<
*'"'"last itsrounliirsMHsliui" ', In the yen Nurses 9oniktmM 51..".. I II
1907. to lass: a iyel"l or liK-al for Wrevar A Favorite Spot In a Favored '. doctor "
A.TTORNEY AND COUNSELOR L.mt"nty lurltlu.I I In til I>ntiiiuie, I.J.III. ; ,,wit : "Yes. she's n KOIK:; iu.s: ,
An Act enlltlo.I..n.| Ai-t.tll""Ih"I'lze the Hnar Socton-The Famous East I Bllld I till! l 1)01.Pa mt %'1I tlir I'l'lUl t 1.lay.:! I
ATLAW.'ill of County l'''"11I11I1.,1'8., of Hrevi.nl This
County time uuwer You
Fioriula, to "You ilou't menu that. \vus! .5
Ifivyan additional tax of two mil I lu Coast of Florida.ONTHEBEAUTIFUUNDIAN.
practice in State and United States each year for two vents, for time |purpose of |,uv' of the physician.VlnrV. thematter
\ hug iiiafliiiiHry to lot i Id |hard i e..rra'o roads, i ill tell "
Court. ....MI euululty. with her? Tome mo.

ito It .1Ite.1, by the Legislature ot the IState RIVER. "Nothing," begun tilt (III lit oontnullotlou. \ .
TITUSviLtK FLA. of .
Office at :, .lorlI... Oil
'Sho.'n ctili't. thl ami sympathetic CanDo -
111'11011; I. It shall ho tile ditty of the Hmri1 of | )
C:ountv loiiinilHsloiiors. of It.eve rui County Klo... but doctor, her IUI h"K 11)'(><1. I
L. OAULDEN 1la.more upon|> the prmaututlun to them of one or Just the Placeto, Flt-out for a Cruise could two it plainly yesterday when she
patltloiis I
l Istereul voters,BIHIIH.I who re.rreeliul.Iers!majority i: ot, the of sai reit. Down this Far-famed River. lilt between me and lImO window." :

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW county nuns tRxes, asking for each for year an al for
I ft'ii' practice In all the Courts of the ttM.Florlila ]h"e I'url'.e|'pulilio of 1 liuylnic romls. nuu-liliitiry. to liinlil, hard su'". Tie: town of Tltmsvlll ii eJtuat<< on Uo did not ovou look. MUi-prlcod.\ \ .
I United States ContU.I. ) In mil l county. t" lew a tax tt wont Oil Ito
and the ui two I "Such u p'ce m nurse >o,
mills tMch tor t 164
yoar two years, mum aU the Florida EJant CX>a Railway
Ilox.230. TWUSTILLE FLA. .property, in snlil ooiinty; aumlmjoethy| law to taxa patient. ""'hy should site 110 sm-Ii afoolish A-
I. lion 10; aililltl'iii, to Uhf law to he 'loviuil.Houtionv. . ot Palm and 212 miles thing?
The levy of said taxes provide Beach | It wns then that who ,learned from thedol'tol'
I.| WEBB herein shnll be of .Miami. The Tltuivlll branch I
untIe by the sail Hoard of County north that dyed haIr Is not nenrly 110 :
I (oinn iHsloimrsat the time rviinlrail by law for of the defunct Jncksonvllls\ Tampa & th a Perfection Oil Hooter you cnn heat A cold
the of of Iraluod ;
T-I.A W' levy other ronntv tnxns and In the uiiconiinoii hi thoai o
ATTORNEY-A niHumir raqnlreil hy law for the levy of othe; Key West Railroad. now controlled by I nilirht III> Biippowl. t'ld'I"'I- make a ..lck&root1more comfortable, warm a
Will practice in the Cpnrts of the 7th county Sites. Dnrm n8 hallway, beat water quickly and do many things
liroult. Taxes paid for non-roakionta U'U II. r.. ClAl I.I>KS. I the Florida: East Coast Railway Co., .lila like to havo 3'O\llI iiurson''' about ( than can be done with any other stove no matter
and accounts collected. I I also runs Into the town-this being U. thorn. Kveu: Jiliy"U1itntU' :>vo u weak- ;
|ud rents ,, ci it burns. The superiority of the
Application for Tax Deed. terminal point of that branch. There ness for the yoiiiiK nur..",<. They lelleve -

IT18VrLLH:. : FLORIDA. are several trains arriving dally from that tliolr Intercut uuit ontliuslaKU PERFECTIONOil ..I I

Umliir Section H of Chapter. 4ni>8,Laws of Florid Jacksonville and Sanford during the ore jtreutor.'TUe '; j'j'I

rjEMMINOS & ANDREWS::!, NOTICE 19 HICR+.KV lIVEN'; THAT .J. C. Reason. tiurHo'"' term of u..r fiilno..n 1 In 1a I II
'puroliaxur. of tax certificate No. /B-. "
..' diV fir Aiigunt A. U.. HMI4' As the county meat of Brevard coun- short cnouuU nn It 1 iii. this physlolausaid HeaterEquipped I
ATTORNEYS-A T-I.A W. 1mm. fuel sail. rtlll.mis. I In my i.tHi-o, and lnw. "for the01'1.114 l so cxhnustlvo tliut
iimilu appltuittlon tar lax iliad to 1 Untie Inaruordnncu ty, It 'has a court-house! and a modern suociimli.\ Some of ( with Smokeless Device) I
FonT FIERCE, FLA. with '"W. Hal.l ft-rtltlaate embraces lImo Jail building with rarely over two or they inuRt !Soon _
followlmc iliwrrlliBil. (iroperty" s.tuated In lire- thorn nro coinpi-llwl.\ \! to give up after lies In the fact that It generates Intense heat without smokeor .1 ,
vard noiinry Kiorlila. tolti three Inmates. The population Is over smell. The oil fount aol the wick carrier are made of brass
LoisAainlH/ .Morrow's suhillvlslon of Lot 2. doc. ton ('IIV$. Kow are over mule to keep throughout, which Insure\ *durability. Olves great lies!a Ismail 1 I
TEPITJN Eo' FOSTER I Bpi'tlon 4. TowiiNhip m WW.iuih. Kiiuge: 36 East. 1000. Illness III so rare that one III) until they Imve, put lu twenty yours."If cost. Fount has Indicator and handle. Hester Is light ant : '
'I'he salil I i.m in.I I holme aHsennuil at the date" of this tor In town finds ample time to act as 1IIIr" tomlujtporhaps portable. Absolutely safe and simple-wick cannot be turned :
iHsiianre of Mich, uertlllrfttH In the name .f they fool that grimy too high or too low. operated as! easily as M lamp. All parts! 1
ATTOljNEYATLAWjyalUpchurch Havlil Calnl I'lilims[ sill certlrtoata shall he reileemed Justice of the Peace anj Notaty Pub ) ft little oarller thun, they; are easily cleaned. Two finishes-.-nickel. anal Japan. lIvery heater. j IihI.
BuIlding, Jax.JACKSOHVILI.K iiuuordlnit, to law, tax abed. will issue lic, besides attending to his medical ninkc limo form of warranted. If not at your dealers. write nearest ag. ucy for '
thereon due. nro 10011110to descriptive circular \
on the :aiith fillY 01!.Novumliur A. I) 1WK
KtA. Witless my olHul .1 sIgnature/; and semi! this the practice while the other finds time togo their bout dayH, won briefer they life ." he used In room I
:, Zlttll__ m.llnv." f,>_.r 1 on ma.hl............ n.A .Ik.. .t.kllttiHaaloftic. .."... of tlmo Th R Lac.l ..,11. the best any all-round .
hunting. tntoon 0
those
in.) A.: A. HTEWAIIT. driven to hldlux) ..... | .. lamp. made, Give* ___ .,;,1 I,
nlerk Circuit court."v Here U virtually the head of the Indian nnd overwork l hy tho UMU of hair dye, a clear, strady. light. l*

A. STEWAKT 1:4: O. A. Htowari Deputy lork: River, and the favorite point for nnd the nunilior that'tlo tunke oats of it the safest Inuip you can :J t
nickel plated. quipped with
b"" Brass throughout am t :
I FIRE INSURANCE. fitting out and starting of numerou.crulslo& In vory inurli 1111'11:<'1' than anybody suppotiea. the Utent Improved burner.. Hamlsomp' .-simple. -satisfactory. .
Application for Tax !>t'l'cl.Un.l..r If ,cannot _ _
York Suit.MAHOGANY.. Kvery lamp warranted. Write to nearest agency you
win- -?)'ew
parties during our balmy ) get li from your dealer.STANDARD a a I
and reliable
Represents only strong 8eo. 8 of lh.... 4K88, Laws of Florida. ter months; as everything necessary to OIL COMPANY. Incorporated. ::1 1 i iI

companies. \T ()rirK. H IlKItKHV lIVEN THAT MARY comfortably equip a pleasure yacit, ;a ,
I Olllce corner Palm and Pine Streets.TITIMVILLK Xl !Stuwarr purcliiitor of Tltusville Town Tax can here be obtained at the most reasonable ____- I '
Cerlllli'iue No 17, dutuil the 3rd day or The Way Thin llonotlfulVntxl Wnwllrnuwlit -. -. - -_._-- j
1 1LOIUD (Octolipr A. I) I'M4.! has tiled said OBrtlHuale limy prices. This Is evidenced by Fashion. I
olllue unil, hus mado applloatlon for tax : Into ESTAUI.1S1IKD IS8!)- '
duuil to issue In aeunnlanca. wltb law. A..ld the fact that the same parties have Hvory: one knows how offootlve and

GENERAL DIRECTORY. cell.iiia9de Hltimtn.l iiibrni, In< s the the town fullowlmt. of'rltu.vUle.dennrihudpropmty lire been coming here annually for ,many liHiidHomu iiinlioKiiny ln", wlu-n n'.l for :T.: -- .ESO.BfSO.iT & SO
van! nimiity, ''lorlIIt".wltl I winters for that purpose In preference good furniture, but few of \m know V

U.S.SENATORS.p.rHrerr' / tu.vllie.lOCU Mouth Iol' Lot,," II IJ,,Township.loyiicrvllle:'JS addition South Range to Tl to any; other point along the East how Its value was nrnt discovered. OC>>:D:1D1:1.SSJ.C: : : >:J:1: orohaJ:11: : ;, :,, .

I ...... . .... ...* .. ...Jacksonville.IL.Mallory : 89 Kust.Th: Coast l latter of the seventeenth .. .l"

,. ... ..... .... ..','.. . .Pensaeola." Issuance.. said of land iiili" lielmr rnrtltl'inte asKesnetl In at the the name date of ot the.... To the southeast of Tltusvllla Is tie: century In tbe n London part phyalclau had a 1J1\: \ East: )U.ly .In.11! I and 2 Atlantic Wharf CIIA1U.KHT, ::f. O- 'if.t t .I,

U. 8. CONGRESSMEN. :Moore. Unions said curtlflnateshall lieredeemeiscrordmicto wide of salt water (about euKiwd In trndo with the I ,
InnkClark..... ......". .. ..... ..Lake City.I. law tax lined will Issue tliereoi sweep bay brother I"r.
1 M.aparkiuan! ..... .' ....... .. .....-Tampa.H on the 17th. day '.1 DmicinliHr: A.IJ>., 1U.IO.: six mile In width). formed by the wa, West Indian who on one ooruslou -1U<: -l'l CTFUr.I.Y SOLICIT YOUR SHIPMENTS: OF- r. '
........" ......... ... )(ontlcolo.U. . }
H II. Lanmr, Wlrnpss my ollltilal: ltfn it urn and seal I thla the ters of the famous' Indian River Here brought homo sovernl loge of mahoKn- ':
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lOLIi* Novumber .j
day of A. I> .
8. LAND OFFICE. [Ct. Ct. MoIII wild duck ny ns liallast.: The iloctor was building\ "
I A. A. fishing, shooting, sailing
,,1.8.l'hllhh. ....... . .. .... .... ,..Register. Olcrk Circuit Court Hrevanl "' eTfoWARTI a. house, and his brother suggested that : .
P..1I.U."ln.on.( ... . .. ... ... ..Receiver.. and rowing can be Indulged In to the a Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples .'
Olllces' .at Gainesville. Florida.. I 'heart's content of the most fastidious the logs would nerve for roiling Iieuhii. :1'
the doctor gave ,
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. Notice ot Special Election. Acting on the proposal( f

lurailBon,, II.llroward.,1.... .. .... . ..Goveinor. : sportsman.On orders to the workmen to uiiiko use of In ahU>|>lii|{ to II" you have the satisfaction of knowing that you are dealing .4,

Jl.Clay Crawford .,./. ..,-...Secretary state. S.KCIr.fo"TION SUAt.r. HK!: HELD the ocean beach nearly la a direct the nmhoKiiny, but their tooN were not : with one of the oldest. and moat reliable oonimUnloh houses In Charleaton. I ;
|v.V. Knott,.... .... .1. .. . ..Treasurer. A Hrevard county, Fiorldu. on U..ml..r line east of Tltusvllle Is C&naver. the hardwood 1 :
V.H.% Killn, ....... ..... . ....AttorneyGeneral.klunxoCi 1M A. L>. IIHKI to drcide whether the salo iual' to the tank of cutting
.... . ..... of al Club surrounded by over 10,300: out of tho
1 Croom I .Comptroller.f Intoxicating Iliinors wines nr leer shall be nnil the logs" were put
f I i.I ..,... ..Commissioner i i Agriculture.: prohibited I thurulii.. acres of land. This property is owned III the Karden. WHAT OUR 8HIPPEIW HAVE TO SAY- 'I I''
If. Public Instruction.f Voters said 1 election shall way In a corner
M 11..II..wa'.lIup III lie
f Cllflnnl. K. .foster.... ..Adjutant-General. roKlntereii,partlulpatltiK lull shall have the..lIlo inalltliMttlonsand by some of the most prominent and Some time afterward the head cm1pontor : 10:. M. ""'VAUU, (olmi.. Fla. E' 1\(. AYNAIII, J\III..r"tlaJ", Fl... I
I hn Hradfurd. ..... .... ...Burvejor-Oeneral. peieiinlslws to votlnK as in all elections the Sales very satisfactory ; think the best ,
1.K.H'HB. ...... ... .... ........ . .State Chemist. I tiimaior lime unrul eleorhm: laws. wealthy residents of Boston, who coma tried to make a box from rmitlemenA great many; growers: 1 >hn\'e received this / '
Iriratt' Amis ... . .. .... . ..State Kxamlner.unices At sail, election the ballot imed, shall he a .plain south to hunt every winter. wood, but wits unmioPOH'iful with ordinary : believe tlmt better results can be had! season. . ,
at Tallahassee, Florida. white piece. of paper and' havlmr written or The cool refreshing health-giving tools. He told the doctor, who I by hlpiin| ( their flood orangea north and K. T, WIIITNALI, Avon l-ark. .'1... 'J ."
printed on Olio slile thereof either "For Helling"or"AiciuiiHt ,
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. : Hpllliii\ ozone-laden breezes from was interested In the Imtlllnir timber poor fruit .Hontl I have carefully ae. Snle" very ""Udj'CIOI'Y.011111"e done "- I Ito
M.Ilinlsnn, Miami.. ... ... ...> ....Senator.F.OIniHtoail The Inspectors shall he appointed and quail- wafted across ordered, heavier tools to b*> inuilo lect..d and shipped you my very ,boat your part; am sorry that I did not ship
Fort Pierce .. tied In of / and the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay nnd I It'
,. i Relreeentative.SLPREME as cases general election they oranges and It gives me pleasure to say nil my oranges to ;you. .
shall canvass. the vote cast, and locks due returns to work It with says Homo Notes.
COURT JUDGES are one of the most enjoyable features that your sales were equally, good 1. and '
nfrlm same to the County Commie loners and box lit last nle'.. n.IIOI.lttEIiI.I\I. w.., sh.. ? .. ;t J'
kl.H.. Mil.ry, .. ... ... . . ...Chlef: Justice. without! delay. of this phenomen.a1locatlon. \Vhen this was done a In many InMancos better "than the bent res. .
H.farter, ...... ... . .A."latoJuatice. The:: Hoard:: of County Commissioners shall made, nud poIlRh&...I. It wan so handsome ti.ilea received from northern houses. I Your sales are more than satisfactory. 'J l
i K.Tavlor .... .. . ..... meet, on December; !W. A. 1>. HKifl' for the purpose There Is a large area of primeval that n buroiiu wns made from anotherof pieclate I your promptnnmand pheasant riuink you ever eo much for your ebuHlnoiM ,. !
ol canvassliiK time returns of ssld election andfleclttrluir I
forest and prairie land the lent returns. You liavo done
RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS.IrlTnrenn : : the result. beyond the despised logs, and this was declared reUllonn and take 1'14Illllul'e In finely. .

H. Hmwne chairman..Key. West. The following: Inspectors and, clerks of election northern southern and western boun- by exports to be no superior( to recominpiidlnx my friend to ship to your LYLE! A: CHKSTJClt: : st. Aiiguatlne5l'hs (..
f,, Hiulmin ',H. Bryall... .. ........ ..*. ./.....Klnslminee. their respective precincts. dariea of TItusville, awaiting the advent other furnltnro making woods that the u He We thank you for your good prices obtalued "I

I I.C. Ilium clerk, .. ... ... ... . . ....Maulson.Htwiluuitrters Precinct No. IL..UrallJlt. Rocker Henry of the thrifty settler to till the craze: for nmhofruiiy set lu, and furnl- O. K. FKANKMV Kl..ln.i.r. Fl.. this Season and prompt, returnrt." 1
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ami olllces at Tallahassee. Fla. Carllle. K. K. Chamloln, Inspectors; (J. 19. Gardner HOle to continue shipping another
clerk. fertile 10.11. which now abounds Inarne. turn made from It became highly popular Oentlemen :-Vor sales have been year.

CIRCUIT COURT. Precinct No. 2-Tltll.vl.le-C, R. Stewart K.II. . << Here can be found quail< tur. the then Ditches of ItucklnRlmm; : very fttl faciory. You have netted milV.. n. C.U H80N. hrlr"l"t: ..'....
[Minor 8.Jones. Tltue\'lI1el ...Circuit JurtRt. Hove. H' N. lihidwln, InniiectorsjO.j A. H lew-
U.C..Inne<, Orlando, ... Prosecuting Attorney. art, ;hark.Precinct. key anti deer hunting to suit tie most fostering time craze In tho fashionable more money for my shipments than any Your salon have been very satisfactory. I
J'rnJC! Teron-.nrth: Monday In March. 1 No.3-Clty. 0Int-8. F. Heal. W. H.ftharpe. ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle. world. other house that I have shipped to. I We appreciate your Jtoo.1 _work" and :
nil rerui-Fourth Monday In October. clerk.. leu. U.!: Chester, Inspectors((10.: U.: Swlrison. --- bpreclHle you promptnelll and hope to prompt return. Hope to do n good/;

DREVARD COUNTY COURT. I'reclnct No 4-Boukledtse-A. I. ]Moore A. W. has shelled street electric A 8>.. Serpent Iilentlflrd. do a large business. next nson. business with you next year ,

i.RWiison...... ....... .... ,... County Judire. Hardee Kred "Fisher inspectors, ; W. U. .Paterson lights, a reliable bank several fine ). whe:. out with) ,
pi).L.liaiiMeii, .. . .Prosecuting Attorney. clerk brick Board of Trade five Some forty years IIg _. ,-- .-. rl, '
stores a -------
UA.Stewnrt: .::.:... :. ... . ...County Clerk.. : I'reclnrt No. K-Ran Oallle-P. A. McMillan .f. a boatltitf party for seagull\ shooting IoHpled 'j I I
Bprlnit Term-Second Monday In May. R. Mathls. 'V. U. II. Ole"oll. Inspectors. S. K. white churches, large fisheries a tan monster fish banking on the
Summer' Term-Second Monday In August. Watts clerk. ( u Mason M. Clark Co. 4"" aIt
Fall 'l'orlll-8.oo..dllrol1llay in November. preclni-t No. A_Melbourne-C. J. K. ramphell ning extract and palmetto. fibre factory, surface of the water with Its head well !

Winter Turin-Second )Monday in February! C.tin It.clerk.odin.' C. 1C. Stewart< Inspectors; 9am Mar. an ice factory, law and Teal estate of. up In tho air. The creature allowed us .dSrtMrlVVs '/1 Il

COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. Precinct No. 7- ..labar-Oen. W. Washlmrn ices, an opera house, a well-organized I to get within thirty yards when I sent kk- (: !'

I.' R. Walker.Superintendent..Titueville. W. I*. Arnold f. M. Forest, Inspectors\ ; If.. A. and, an armory shooting club a large two chargeHcQf; shot Into. Us head, with Commission S ,. V Merchants I ,

Member-K."Honaventure' H. Arnold J. A.Ma'ahar' ;Turnbull R. E. Minis, DJ'Hke.olark.Pro'lnct No. U-Oeoritl no" fames Tuttle, I'. and comfortable\ ''hotel overlooking the tho, result that It rolled overon Its -- i 1
Carter
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H. WiUfeld. I. W. Kruner Inspectors K. V. ,
| ; back and our boat soon came up to it.
bay, besides a number of boardinghouses )
COUNTS CO Un8810NER8. Hall, clerk.
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J.-D-.A. Ciinkllnff chairman, Wm. R. 1'reclnct Nn. 14-Morrltt-J. D. Hams, W. R.Banders. In various parts of the town. It proved to bo a largo angel shark. I mil Welt St., nnd.: Mm SMM AT'L- FI'OUIDA 1/1/ .\

|Jr4lker. Tltunvillei; John R.Tlllmani'Indlanola ir. Nlshet. A. 8.clerk.Humphreys Inspectors\ ; P. Beds The facts as presented should hrfve thought I would make quite lure It 110 Murray Street VEQKTAUMSS t
W' Wooton, Cocoa; T.. J. Cocjcshutt. La.'nnge. .. and sent two charged W
Preclnoi N. III-r'an..veral-JI' :?\f. Wilson was dead morn '
l ROIt1'I..e'.lons'' are held Hrst Monday lu each Howard Holmes, J. H. 1I0K..II. Inspectors; Gen.tjiiarterman a, tendency to direct the attention of into Its upturned( belly. I must have NKW YOUK. j y OUR SPECIALTY. "1 J
"'lb.' ,clerk. many prospective visitors! to our cosy .
I IIIREVARD Precinct so. n_Haulover-J. W. (Orlflls O. II. : unfortunately burst Its air bladder, for 'j

I 1 l P'Jonney.Tltusvillo COUNTY;. ...OFFICERS.. .County Judge. : cleik.Precinct Ntiiman. T. It. Crook, Inspectors; Wm. Watton own, in makjng their plans for tJewlnter. : It began slowly to sink. Had I not Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples ';.I.Ii.

I D..L.flaititluii l Tltusvlllei; ..i. .... Pros A tt'y. No. III- "nco-.J. M. Herndon tAre i iJorllen..n. killed It at first and had it reared its \
IP *.tltewart.Titusvllhe..County Clerk. I Joseph Wllllaiuson inspectorsChas.ChrlHtlansnn ; We have a fine Masonic Hall in i.
head and Its wings we should _
I Mi. fiiian fan Oallle.. ....Tax Assessor. I rlork. flapped. -- - -. ... -- -- .---'
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Irj"all.Tltusvllle. .,... .. ..:.Tax Collector. I Princlnct No.JO-Hanyan-R. II. Stewart, ntusvllle, where Indian River Lodge probably hove added one more story -
KB"u.e.rjr'!' Tltusvllle. .. ... . ..... .. .Treasurer. James Rattan, .:. W. Capron, Inspectors ) B. A. No.. 90, F. & A. M., Indian River Chaper. to. the 'long list. of sea serpent fabrications. i
To"S'lk"ri! TittiyIiie..Superintendent. Us teen.clerk.eaIJ F. :H-u.h.lrn.an c& Co.
I I' 'f''.". '"""vllle , . County Surveyor. [ ) K. A. CONKLINO Royal Arch Masons, Friendship .-:SlanclieHter' Courier i :
d p..lIr..wll'l'ILn.vllle.. .... ... .... ...Sheriff. Chairman, Hoard of County Cunnum Issioners. ,
II'. No. 11 Order of Eastern Star
| 8. orwo.'I. Tltn ville.,Rea Istratlon Olllcor Attest i Chapter ;
TITL'SVILLE A. A Stewart,Clerk. and Tltusvllle Camp No. 141, Wood- A Marrow Squeak 261 Washington St. 1 l NEW YOItlv
: TOWN COUNCIL. "Your front door ,ls unlocked airt"shouted 5 113> Murray Street. J N. Y. :
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5.5. Wilsnn mayor; J. N. Wailer marshal -- -- men of the World meet regularly.The :1:
'.d lax rollo.tor I J. U. Ennl. clerk and, trees-. East Coast Advocate Is pub- the policeman ,when be found ,
!"';.l..hu lIenr,. talC assessor; O. A. Atlanta that Mr. Careless Householder had
i ,. "."""". E. L. Brady, I). n. Stewartr Is'hed every Friday morning and by a e ''I
alderman gone to lied without attending to bin
I' T"ra""lnir. The council meets
!( > Oranges Pineapples
I" Teeid.ty III each month. glance through its advertising columnsyou Jocks.

TlfCBVILLK Birmingham can easily see who are the prominent the ,
HOARD OF TRADE. .It." nil rlzht; replied burglar

;W,M. Rohalmins': prenldent; .1. M. Dlxon.; treas- merchants of our town-men who from the bedroom window a minute s
J.O. lastaeeretary. Meets Hecnnil WednlBht Fruits Our Specialty.
"""" In each month at their rooms. Chattanoogo are up-to-date cltlun's, and who are later; "my lion will lock It when become andJFIorlda .

asking for your patronage.. Read the home. Here's a shilling for
;;; Wa'iepreMent several of the largest shippers in ;your State: and wish to reprosen
TED-: I "
.Ry) Chicago wholegalo and mall ads on every page very carefully. you.

'ar*r'haaiie. ",""a..I.tant, and' dJojnlnTf manager: territory.(mao or woman Salary) Louisville, Sample copies of the Advocate. will "An easily! earned bob" chuckled the you also. Give ui a trial shipment. Established 30 :years.RUPTURED.

14Ind esIleuises' paid' weekly expense money i be sent free, to any part'of Canada policeman as he walked away
I mmmeel.Vrk I'leasantj portion .permanent.Hwiir Cincinnati "A narrow squeak." said. tbe burglar _--J'
United States
or and the upon applloa-
i"1'! experience required. Spare ;
WtJu-! Write at onoe for full particulars' lon. with n sheet round his shoulders. !
*,E .'lf'l>lre.i.ed "n.elor. AililreKs his whose
"Very, replied accomplice HE
oOl\.r: 1 .Maoager FREE
134 }i. Lake St.,Chicago. Cn cago
Tile Tltusvllia! GrAded High School bands were tightly/ flanged over poor

has an efficient corps of teachers, all of Mr. Cureless Householder's mouth.- ':( t

Southern RailwayBEST whom hold ilrst-grado tenchern' certltU London Ei press. '
cities and has a school term of eight! ------ F

nontb*. Here the children are given Skirt cad Shirt. For 25 jeara as a specialist curing rapture, I have cured thousands upon

LINE' instruction free, and prepared for col- "Fklrt" U etymologlcally\ the nhrne. liousuods of canes of rupture of all UlmU. Literally thousands of oases of dangerous WaI
iglii'e: course tinder good moral of long nod Incurable have been
"FLOIUDA leave Jac'ksbt- : con- rapture Htandlng pronounced permanently a I
; LIMITED" illons and associations -. word a* "shirt. though It bad come cured by my simple !Motli.i.l. It lit a cure that stays cured and does away with l,
Iy sEEIs: t villa 7:45: p.m. SOLID TKAIX-finest over another linguistic. route and properly trussed forever Tlicumindu of strong testimonials from cured patients. I will

'" "''lIth.. ufYaIotth..fttINL, w. I Dining Car Service; Very Beet Day; In Time of I'cacc. means n short guriueut. In fact send a FUKK Tin At. treatment and complete cleraonnl ration'to any ruptured person

ha. O"'O".lh..l&.t. peed bOIl"In the I Coaches. Through Pullman Sleepers. "skirt," "tthirt. "short" "shear." "klr- without one cent. You can cure yourself. right In your own home' without a dan. :
,.. our s-e.Is are.......nb.a In tIle first months of the RII..la.Jl1p. D I tie" and "curt" are In nil probabilitynear reroua s'ireloal nprrntlnn pain danger or loss of time. Your welfare demands a4:

It"""01,,,,,,wish, anal lam the.row unset th.yeas.moat. I LOCAL .SLEEPER TO ATLANTA. war we had a striating. example of theeccHHltjr i relations. Hut "skirt" hits got itself lint; you accept hue remnilctilile, fee, otTor nud wilia' too at ,'nee. Do not lend any a

IaDt the"bssisevds-Frry s. for preparation and the early m.n.y. Th. tilal ripaimtnt unit full demonatrntlon ale absolutely free. I have
For coutea ..r reitervtitlonM, call >nor I specialized to a lower gurmeut: 4
rave
!Seed. .. Anneal free tQ "n.hi. advantage! "' those who, so to speak, with special reference to the lower a hind! aim In ouiliig A fw inoue tlHumaiid oases of rupture. Curing rupture Is

I write liava ahlngloit their roof In dry weath thereof the where the not "n eXl'ellm..nt .lth me, as. mv 2;) yeais of nctnal. rxperlrnre In curing many 1i
edge boundary
JAMES FREEMAN er." The virtue of preparation. lm. thousands 0,11.05 will provn. WiPe for the "'\f0 Tieatmrnt anti Full Demon

made history nod given to n* our greatM garment Is cut sUort whence the verb strnilon l'vUy. nod > ou will forever bleu the day that >oti first Imiird t>t the Rice

: Dltt. Pans. ARC., JacUnonvilla, Florida ( men. The Individual 'Ra well a* the "to skirt." Perfect Kupluia. Cure. Address

_ _ _ n.itlon should be prcporeil fur any 'em"r.fleocy. Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RICE.
Are prepared to successfully C..r..'.....
vrju
HELP 30.1: Main Sr,, ADAMS Jf. Y.
is OFFERED John White & Co. combat the first cold you take A cold Wife (durlntf the tHT-I have suffered -

oVo I LOUISVILLE. KY. can be cured much more quickly' when befall .. .
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; T.I'Y YOUNG 41 every calamity that can a - - -- - -- -'-'--'-'-'-' -' - ---- -
I.. PEOPLE I Ia .....11._ 157 treated as soon as It has been contracted Husband Ob
'.. tvt sU yanmr persons, no matter alI...... ..... and before It has become nettled In the woman. (calmly)- no.
a mvana or etiucntion. who vMO-to -,...... :you, haven't my dear. You have never SEND. YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE
',.. Business tr&mI.nd good p". system.; Chamberlain's Cwujrh Remedy been a widow. .Ife-You evidentlydon.t
'.: ." itmlf for our orvat. half....* I FURS \\m famous for Its cure of cold and It
it '*nd..m*.'aiif4 nmNiM.rtuoc and Hid... iLoitld be kept at hand ready for Instant understand me. I said "calam
Don' ... I FOR ALL OF JOB PRINTING
ZI d.I&,. WrltAtoiiay "eel. me. For sala by All Dealers. ity. KINDS .
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE TITUSVILLE FLA. NOVEMBER 23, IDOlS
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1I I PKiTCHABD. President; WnJ M. BBOWH.:Vlce-Pte-;;;dni

ADVOCATE.PUBLISHED TO FRUIT GROWERS. JAMES. WINSTON: : 8.: BBASWINO, Cashier.;
EAST COAST .

from-the American MATTER FHLTII STATE '
l VrHY/ .WBIDAT. A JKEPOIIT INDIAN RIVER BANK

consul at Lyons comes as a warning

Entered at the '"",",." ,,...- TitiiHvllle, Florida, of vital import to the fruit ' ,

an ftticoii"' tttuiirf. mutter.CBABLUS growers of our Southern States, COUNTY DEPOSITORY

H. W.u..Ol.r de Publisher.WBSKLY embodying as it does an accountof : oy -- Authorized capital, $IOOCO(

concerted efforts on the part of Paid up capital - $25X)0)
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JOCBHAL DJIVCl-KU TO THe D." French fruit growers to prevent \ Average deposits, $200,00c:

OFHBKT Of TUB IMDIAIf BIVCK, LAKE further Americanization of English -'' .
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WORTH AND RI.OA nl..A l'iSOTKMCS. and Continental fruit markets : ;
Transacts a General BankiD ir!
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> which of late has been proving a nti

DlHiiontlnname of advt. must be made per- serious menace to the French in- .. .
erzally at this office or by writing, Business
dtiHtry. Consul Covert reports f "

CH ABLM that according to a fruit importerof -. ', v. I and Oldest Bank
Obrnitt etc. mar he made payable to ). Largest on the Rlvl!
*. W LION.publisher, Lyons, the American growersand it
". ,Ala Exchange bought; and sold on all I' rein,
shippers would do well to Im- 4r : ;,
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rr! In welting to the ADVOCATR for Inform I- t Countries.
7 lion of 'uy kind,thowrlfor will, olilmetiy eiicliMH- prove their methods of packingsuch : --
log a Bt iup..d-a fruits as apples, pears, peach ) treatment and every favor. consistent .,i ith)0i i,'
WOHTOW OFFK'1!-The branch Hodton ofllne es, and the like, placing teem: in : / AkD6 ervative banking granted. I

..tTuB KAIIP ('OA.T Ao..nCATItI.. .t 24 Milk layers In.rectangular boxes, well, +" CORBJI8POICDENT9Empire :
.tr..t.ann ,In In charge. of Mr. Carl 1'. Mellow. 17 1- '
who will muku advertising contract for thin protected, each from the other, by \ Trust Company, New \,,n \ T

Pal"Addreoi' "--_._____ paper, rather than continuing their \.L.{.' i-"' The Florida. National Jacksonville Bank, Fla."r..I. of .Jarks'',iniit.\ '

all oommnnloatlunt shipment In barrel, where the POWDER US""TILLE, ::1 7CLA.

EAST UOAHF TITU/v7LLE.ADVOCATE. Fix aiDA. fruit In the lower layers is subjected .
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bruising from the weight of the Absolutely PureA
0. 8. Department of Agriculture
fruit above.! Foreign buyers of About that line of .

Weather Itiireaii-.Jupiter, Fla. American fruits are not the only Cream of Tartar Powder ,eA-oa Avmv_ ,

ones who make this complaint as free from alum or phos-

The of following temperature is a comparative and rainfall for statement the- to poor packing. Similar com- phatic acid -*KEEN KUTTER GOODS-

week ending/ Tuesday, Nov. :20, 1000.DATB. plaints !and consular suggestions

-1911/-/ come in to the State Departmentevery HAS NO SUBSTITUTE f

MAX.114 MIN.4.2 MAX.71 WIN.II 02. day from widely scattered They can't bo beat


15: 80 63: .78 67 points, concerning. almost every ____u_ __ _--._ - .
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10 70 :ill< 77 01 American export.. This very thing,

k 17 70 70) 77 00 for instance has been responsible i-- Sold by
kt 80 72 aimed atfouo of two learned professions Lunar Athlvtlo.
e 18 81 75 in great measure for America's in
11 82: 75: 8:1:) 70 -the law or' the ministry. Tfiey The "man In the moon" must surely -

I 21) 80 74 80() 08 ability to command more than a Inclined the tOile of the Ideal gentleman regard with amused contempt pur much s f

Total rain fall for the week: 0 Indies small share of the cotton print of culture. Colleges vaunted athletic records. A good terrestrial JAS. PRITCHARD & SON

I Departure from normal rainfall for the trade with the Orient, Germany were athlete could cover about 120 ,
I small, students
few In number, and
week: minus .(i.'l: Indies. Departurefrom and England for the moat part controlling feet on the moon In a running broad TITUSVILLE FLA.
normal rainfall since Januay 1, this field, and it would association with teachers who were Jump while leaping over the barn ,

11.01 Inchon.HAr strongly Inclined to avoid the world's .
plus feat. He
1 would be a commonplace ----- -
time very --- -
be for American
t'II seem to high
Official In charge.
,. I' HAKDIN,
bustle gave a bent to the graduate who would find no difficulty In carrying six '
. exporters to think of these things. T.ITUS'V"JLLE: : : L-L ..wZLY STA.DLE
stuck to his chosen much and six times
L - ('n IIIng. Much at- times as running
..
WE have had some 'rather warm ------ -- tention was paid i to polish, and no little ns fast as he could on earth, all becausethe

days in Tltusville this week, causIng The Lad Leaf. criticism from the masses 'resulted. moon attracts bodies with but one- FEED AND SALE, SADDLE HORSES
Old age Is peculiar In tills respect sixth of the force of the earth.
many of our residents to lay Today men are Just as earnest In life
i that It la never experienced personally ..STABLES.. jBgRe.liwM BUGGIES,
aside their coats and vests and perhnpmore candid. They look
but Is always the object of distant ob-
. - - servance. Threescore and ten seems to matter and not to manner. The instinct Victor Talking Machine. BAGGAGE *+!*:r_ lIpf H'V' SURREY!,:
of true culture Is theirs. Men
HAVE you cleaned up your sidewalk to bo nearer to It than ouescore and If you need Victor Talking Machineor TRANSFER, S H BW and TURNOUTS of
are equal to occasions that call for de. Wf jl
Records the Red Cross
it with- Pharmacy
? If do ,
and yard not ten-Indeed, to every one else but Itself ? r
out delay. Do something to improve I Is actually In It.: Yet threescoreand portment. But while mixing with the ntusvllte, will sell' them to you on the HAULING ETC. ggg25Kf gL R Jr ..all kinds.
terms J.ftO cash and 60
crowd they have no fear of being cou- following : ,
the appearance of your town. ten la never old to Itself but onlyto cents per week. ;
taminated. Lean posing of the ideals I T. 3VI. Os"fc3:: ,:xi..
others. Old men are born. not Do not fall to call aqd hear these won-
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of gentility there Is, but more performance deiful machines when you visit Titus- TITU8VII.LE.In: rear of Robbins' Law OfficeFJ.ORID,
EVERYBODY is delighted to know mal('. of real manliness. vllle.

that The Sterling is now open in It seems strange that youth should

Titusville. This new house is al- look forward to old age with 80 much Memorials to Pioneer Property to Lease.

ready doing a phenomenal business of terror and distrust when old age Although civilization bas reached a } 'aintzng: : { -
The famous Hector Island Property,
stage In this country where extensive
and people are charmed with ought to be, after nil the only period on Indian River, at Melbourne, Fla..

it. worth living. Men are supposed to cities have grown up In every section 1 consisting of 12 room Hotel and Clubroom PAPERHANGINO, KALSOMINING, VARNISHING STAINING, FINISHING t (,

- be born young find to die old. but In we are frequently reminded of our 7 room Bungalow, and 3 room SIGN PAINTING OF ALL KINDS, ETC ETC.

MHB. CAROLINA U. CLYDE, of reality the only natural way for a man comparative youth by events like the Cottage. Fine situation for a hunting, Old Furniture made to look like new Mirrors Made and Re-Silvered

Philadelphia, widow of B. Frank Is to be born old and to die young. Pike's peak ceutennlal cele'.lratlon. Recently fishing With services or yachf of club.family of Fine three harbor, as RoBNon.ihle RatellVT -

Clyde, of the Clyde steamship lines, There Is a tllgnfty about Infancy that a movement was started to keeper, stewardess and waitress, by the ELceEJD::
erect a monument to the pioneer Norwegian former lame Warden of the ,
I has filed for record a renunciation la never attained In after years. How QuaspeakeClub

of.the will of her husband, where ever uncouth In appearance the Infant who came over In 1821 to( spy! ;of Rockland county New York. Shop In bcilmeeour Building
feIta out the laud for his 'p9ple.( Kleng Expert: guide: boatman and dog: trainer TITUaVILLE:: FLORIDA.
waives all her under bo the I
she eternal that
by rights may ,. mystery; surrounds Fine fishing, hunting and boating./: =
the will to property bequeathed her lilrjj Is awe comp'lIng.Vber\ 1'eerson As a result of Peei-soa's visita Address owner, VV. NIELsEN, -

by the testator in lieu of her dower, did be come from? Is continually on vast region tins been settled by his Brevard.Co. Melbourne FU,

and elects to 'have III'r,full doweras our lips. This hoary child of the ages countrymen. Pike's peak was an old THE NEW CASH GROCERY STORE.

I widow of the said testator. banded down by Nature as the latest landmark on the map when the tiNt DO YOU WANT A SEA TRIP -One

band of Peersou's followers( put the ax first class Hound Trip" Ticket meals ,
offering of her maturity, Is so venera- A FULL LINE OF STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
and berth Included
for sale
to the forest but before It stood for over the HAY, GRAIN FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLEWe
bio with
antiquity: that we must per. S. 8. Fernandina
NEXT Thursday, as will be seen anything more than a mere tradition( Intact York Mallory Line to' New buy as low 'as possible, and sell for cash; therefore sell the chciipcat.
forco admit his claim to superiority. ; cheap. EAST COAST ADVOCATE
Governor Broward's Look stock and before
over our
by proclama. get our prices buying.
Inasmuch the Norwegians- had cleared a wilderness : office, Tltusville, Fla.
He Is older! than all of us.
tion, published on our 8th page, is and built cities. The moun- G. H. HEATH & CO.
All as he Is the last to come. But after
people
Thanksgiving Day. ,
tain range from which the peak rises WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS
the East Coast-from the awhile :we begin to get used to him. Corner Main and Hopkins Streets,
along
barrier all but the bold- when you can buy the best Self-Lock
was a to repel TITUSVILLE FDORID
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highest to the lowest-should stop The novelty wears est spirits, and nearly half a c"n- _
1.11', when he Is seventy or eighty or Now In T
grumbling on that day, end be price. use In the United
ninety there will come the time when tury after Lieutenant Pike exploit the States Army and Navy Department
alive und have
glad they are 1 .6.EEeJe: :
:seOS.:
lie really enjoys hit play tide of westward emigration stopped Examine them. at the ADVOCATE: office .
another chance to thank God forhis'
eastward of it almost a thQusand miles. Tltusvllle. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.evioca. .
(
great kindness' in showering As a matter of fact there would bo

large or small mercies upon them.. no excuse for our present actions In passed Menand middle women ago can who remember are not when yet The editor of the ADVOCATE: has some Tin: : Shoot :Iron: vPor3: : :..ors,

youth unless we expected to reap the TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER,
hind for sale
----- -- -- the traveler who had so much aa seen on St. Lucie River, which
benefit when old. The serious businessof HOOFING TIN AND GALVANIZED 1R0.
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IF your breakfast cup of coffee Pike's peak front the distance was looked will be sold cheap. He has no time to
education begins with our swaddling BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY
is not quite up to the standard, clothes upon as a wonder. The man who look after It. In a few years'this land .
and thenceforth we ore Dealers la BICYCLES AND BICYCLE SU.VUIUE"Woxrls.
you are, probably, a victim of the claimed to( have crossod the "Rockies"would will be worth four times as much as is
solemnly engaged the whole duty of
adulterations practiced by a gang need to show credentials or be now asked for It. See, or write W. A. -G-on.orn1.: : El.opn1.r: : : :.-
man which consists of robbing ollrnelgbool'll. .
of swindlers in New York, for set down as a Miinchauacn.' Finally Ball, Stuart Fla. e
C learning when the truth Is
whom. agents of the Department gold! and sliver mines peopled the region '
:!: :b..e
to be avoided quieting: ; our consciences Novelty Store.Stationery : .
of Commerce and Labor WALTON SELF-LOCKIXO BLOCKS
1Cvr are now And mnde It famous, and meanwhile ,
learning ho\v to conceal our real selves Patented In all countries.;
Only tackle
searching. Complaints have been and striving to get enough cash In hand towns and cities sprang up beyond block[ of the kind In the world. Fit Books, Notions, Fancy Dishes, Candy, Toys, Etc. oo. and I''*
made by :Mr. Scott Truxlon, com to spoil our children with. It looking from the eastward, ter.rltor'lea ted with the Walton-VInton Roller Counters.. '

mercial agent of the Porto Rican were farmed states created. Bearer. Useful In any place where -HOLIDAY GOODS: A SPECI.ALTY-
All the mistakes of
government at New York, that In. youth are but a Less than fifty years ago Colorado( had I hoisting Is done. With these blocksone Three doors south of 'Trf Walker's Dry Goods Store.

'ferior grades of coffee were being preparation fur old age And If we did 1 no further evidences civilized settlement man can do the work of two I M. DODS.ON: TITUSVILL, FLA

not make them we should \bo robbed of 1 btu Thousands sold in the north. Call __ _
shipped from that port to Porto our Just Inheritance. When the time than a few fur trading pouts, I and see them In working order at thli -- - - h -

Rico billed as beans and peas. and all,about the peak was wildness office, or at K. O. Painter A, Co.s', INDIAN RIVER ICE'FACTORY.
and .
conies we have got through mak '
Jacksonville
He declared that tie coffee, as not to say savagery. Today I It looks Fla. *
ing them, we can go way buck and sit TITtJSVlLLE
soon ns it reached Porto Rico was down upon scenes of beauty, order'and : FLA.

| further adulterated and reshippedto down without lows of self respect, for thrift. The Interval saw the coming! TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity! -Sacked or loose. Special attend

te foreign countries and the United now It Is nut expected of us that we. and the passing! of those( pioneers of paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
should any more be dishonest or untruthful The following are the times of
'A
: States as high-grade }'ort., Rican whom Itamlln. Garland wrote: arrival T. WETMORE, Proprietor.
or lucking, In reverence to establish and departure of passenger trains to and
coffee
,, They rise to mastery of wind and snow.They from Tltusvllle: .
errors or too -IIII'. All that we
BO like soldiers trimly Into strifeTo *
"' 1 need to do In to \bo tranquil and lookup col on lie the plain: they plow and sow soorelrooND.Leave.Tltn.vlll.forMlamland.
KHOM 1 ]Kentucky comes the story the avenues that so often before we And fertilise the sod with their own life 1 3 ID pill Whitehall Portland Cement.
of novel with A. did the Indian and the buffalo. Intermediate poinu at ] 11:111 p in
a way to dispense have passed with longing eyes, but .

,.t I the primary and effect nominations i bad no time to linger In. The past lies An euilgatlon hustler for one of the NOKTHnorjKD.LeaveTltuivlllafor JackaonTill 2-fl.Tn m /600( Barrels will be received In the next sixty days, j

a'. for public office by a test of the back of us like an amphitheater that big trunk lines says that the Atlantic and Intermediate point at } aooamTrrvevILLc.AsvoaD Costa a little more than other cement'but Is liet!

'\ lasting qualities of all applicantsfor we turn agnln to with aa awakened states are now pretty well drained of 100tAII'II.Dally. .
public ofllces, without respectto ( ,except Sunday)
;, their other qualifications. It is vision, and we who have earnest aright people that can be tempted to "go Leave Tttu.Tllle for Sanford, } 2"2: m East Coast Lumber & Supply Co
to a reserved seat may enjoy the west. Bat when the negl'neratlou S.j; p ut ,,
no less than'a test of endurance ina Arrive*Tltnvtlle from Sanford 1) J:15 P m EAU
performance of others In'iwhich we saopmN ,
grows up eastern farms will be so .G.ALt.IE FLORIDA
F. foot race, with all contestants once took part In the calm conscious-' crowded that emigration will revive. _=- __ _ .
"scratched," and none allowed a ..... ....NNNN..NN.
ness that when! the curtain falls on the Given time and
I handicap in consideration of his not a very long time, : .
last act It has been after all. some- either
we .could populate our wasteplaces Z
"novlce"or deficient.
being a physically
T what In the nature of a rehearsal. without .
calling In the slum elements -
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1 The proposition was made .
4 '
J ; by Gov. Beckham to Senatory Mo- TOM 1IASSON.College of Europe.If : IF YOU RECEIVE A SAMPLE : EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFIC1

1'j when the both I. .
Creary recently, 1
F .,an.1 llwoners. that French doctor who declares COPY OF THIS: PAPERIT
of them were waiting in the judge's i i
Recently an orator'at prominent that
gum chewing aids 1 digestion has
bas the State Fairgrounds
at Kentucky IS TO-
university convocation deplored the decay any Itching to know tow an American :
the of
for
calling a race :
I.A I.c I.d I.e I.o I.t I.t I. of manners among college bred crowd.acts when It Is __Ilghted" to LET YOU. KNOW THAT Does
all
over which they were to preside as Kinds and Description of
men. The point made was that Institutions '
t meet let him make tour of
somebody a
\
judges. The Senator "took him i WE WOULD LIKE TOTJ TO
of higher learning today do not
our high schools and women's college8.'l.he .
up, and suggested. that the race pay the same attention to the cultivation Z BECOME A SUBSCRIBER. :
be) for one mile, as that would be a .
of manner and taste that schools late .
millionaire Hermann Oelrlchs.was i i
fairer test of their running quali
I of the same_ relative grade did fifty one of the greatest amateur ath-J JOB PRINTING
ties. Jleckham has written
Gov. not .
1 yean ago. hut the conditions have letea In America. It remains to be seen i i ij .
the result of the race to the
: changed the last generation. whether he was strong enough to make

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Mims. War Over the Parcels Post.
serious assertion thelerclllll1ts' Percy G. Walton !
EAST COAST NE'VS. That la a very ,

i :\ Longuo of America puts
FIRE IXBl'KASCK In rcllakla companies .t
******************* lowest rates Haul Estate handled 1 on 0011 forth when It declare that the parcels.
uiliwlun.. Ab.'r..ct P. it. WALTON, Agt.Tttuavills ', '( Titusvi11Ow FJ.a. "
: the olOll1g
Fla. pout proposition means ( up } ''I
of shop, throwing 'employees out of \
Notes Contributed :
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Newsy bv Our Regular : M. II. Harrison, of Turnbull, was I In work, cutting 1o\vn the business" of local .

Corns of East Coast! Correspondents Minis, Sunday. honks) 'pt'tatlll/ot! | property; values FIRE AND TORNADO '

; : P. W, Roberts and Miss Ballou were dNnster. to thousandsof ,I ,
.... _ and bringing! INSURANCE.
.AA:11' driving through Turnbull Sunday.
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John Deal and Mrs. Britton were visiting I view of tlu"!'o matters anti have j
the beautiful In the hammock 4 1
send all communication I groves
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: Please Eau Gallie. Sunday. generally looked up >n the parcel post RELIABLE COMPANIES: PROMPT PAYMENT OK LOSSES.LOWK8T : ?
J items for publication to "Editor, na promising, deliverance<'e from the exactions j
0, 13. Cooper of Oak 11111, >was I In 4
nvocATB, Tltusvllle, Fla. : of railway and express. carriers RATES. ACCIDENT POL1CIKS: ISSUED. \
Minis, Sunday, looking after his orange \
grove interests. It may bo taken for grunted that the I
8An"n I
I'.
We cannot guarantee to ll1blhb'nlS Honnmiv-iMnswiAM
AND sun
:Jr" OKOM. huu oaliie. Klorlila.PIcnHnnt John Deal commenced / the rtnbllc generally has no desire to Injure
shipping
roach this office before
that do not 01'op of fruit for Cooper A Slugruder, I be the business of tho local men-limit.. the HANDLED ON Jj \
on on Thnrsda weather dining the past week.A. list of the week" jobber and manufacturer wh,,' neo In REAL ESTATE Jj1:\1-

N. \Mathei'a, U placing; : new ourtalna J, Z. Kyv.er shipped a large lot of the parcel: post leglHlntlon, such encouragement : COMMISSION.

_Will correspondents oblige us by on hU sew launch this week sweet potatoes to Palm Bench, Saturda;" to tho mall! order business !

dung the Dimes of people and p1CeKplainly n.< I"'. Paddixon went to Cocoa on at 75 cents per bushel f. o. b., at Mlins. ns would threaten their Interest. Tli. pab .

as possible ? luunday last In hU fast launch; Wynona. Mrs. C. Collins and children, of Titus consuuter'wishes primarily to have hU

Dr CiiilnnC., ItiMXh, \"Ollfollll'own, vllle, havu been visiting their friends, needs supplied, ami cast: U often secondary Your Business Respectfully Solicited. { ;

O., prod a ll.ving vUlt to Lau:!: G.dlte this Mr. and Mis. O. C. Hansel, for a few matter nut tho local merchant .
Melbourne.I'HARD ; wt-ek. weeks. Reference: Indian River State Hank, Tltusvllle" Fla. I
that Is the
cannot keep everything on
The launch Hilt (II i. IH being put In order< I The (list frost of the season last Tuesday American market always In stocU.\ It __ _.. .-"-" I!
by J.V.. HosBhter. of the I. 14. A L. VV. night, and sweet potatoes, some d
. W. GOODE.-Real Estate, Notary Fish Co.Near's. tomatoes, cucumbers and egg plant were would bo n losing speculation for him Depository Depository Depository !
nlillc1 and ()onveyanoer. Agent( for JKtnAIveriHml killed. to meet all tho various; denninds of a
and Ixmrtonand Ololio,anil Hartfuri 1 : well driving plant being overhauled STATE OF FLORIDA CITY OF MIAMI. DADE COUNTY. :'s; i;
.Ire iimiranca Companies. Hpeolal attention. for a new contract to be commenced Leslie Bennett and brother are now I In mixed community, Ltd the hardship of 'I
Ida the iutereata ot nonrealdeuta.Subscriptions at once. Mims, shipping their orange crop of the consumer U equally treat If lie Iscompelled

over 5W( boxes, from 1acre f\ year old to take from his local denier 1 Bank 'i ;
Alex: Near h The First National
T for, the ADVOOATKlo \s a contract for an artesian grove.
pink paper of the East Const, will be well for Uncle Sam, to be put the thing ho doex not want, g> without ,

elved at the Melbourne Fostoffioe. down at Canaveral.An Fred II Black awl\ .a prominent young' altogether/ or pay high: express ('bIUItI>". j
orange giower citizen of City oint,
automobile was seen on our streets is now manager/ of E. L. Brady's fine Other things* being equal, |urclmera> :Miamiw: : : :: ::: Fla.Statement ::; ;
|Mr. sad Mrs.\ Love, of Ohio, who are for the first time on Saturday la t. It orange grove here. prefer In the long run to nee the goods. '.
ests of the Brown house, have rented, Is owned by a local gentleman. a
before cloning the bargain. This, !nutUfnctlon -
Ir the season, the new Gauker cotta e. John Waller, Deputy Sherllt of Titus of condition as culled for by the Comptroller of the Currency at the :v'w
Bishop Wm. Crime Gray was the guest vllle, was In Minis, Friday, and took a the malt order and parcels'
I!Hotel Carleton entertained the minis-( ot Mr and Mrs. J, E. M. HodgHou, of strange white man uuder custody for insulting post system cannot give, anti the closo of business November lath:! lllOil.{ ti\
II .
Is' and delegates, last week, who came Pluewood Lodge, on Sunday last. a colored woman.
I attend the Congregational conference chances of serious competition\ from RESOURCES:

C. G. Redstone Is making a mantle for : C. J. Coggln and wife are now located that source for tho local trader !114 Very Loans 1\11,1 Discounts" " . . . " . ,#:!0tiO71: I( .I_
fhos. ChalTee/ has a force of men at Mrs. S.Harbour,from our native wood, at their cottage here, while they ship remote especially If retailer. Jobber ()Overdraft, secured and iinspouiod " . " . . \\tO7 Oil I 1'"
Ink on the North Chaffee cottage onL and It promises to be very handsome. their large crop, of oranges, which they IT. H. Bonds to Heouie circulation , " " 60,000 00 .
bin IT. It is now In nice condition to ThoH. Sumter has sold his 'launch. started to move Monday. and uiunnfacturer combine to keep a Premiums on U S. Hands . , . . . . 3KMIO( ) ,'i

icive< Its winter guests. Josephine, to J. A. Carr, of Charleston, Mims orange grower are now shipping good assortment on the country store Bonds, secmltles, etc., (County !Scrip: tl7,1J:1.0City: : : :\ ; ,.'

liter. E. Vf Butler, of Ormond, waa W. Va., who has; a winter home In Eau oranges In earnest, an average of from shelves of Jacksonville tV*, *17OOOClty; of Miami emergen- \i'
Ire last week to attend the CongregaInal ; Gallie. two to three oars leave Minis dally, and cy U per cent bonds, 'IIIIIHUIO( ) ( )., , . , , , 5:1,1' : :Mil OSHanking "a
conference which wan held in after this week the out put will be A Short Cut to ltrr"rm. house, furniture and fixtures. . ' fI.170(1) :\ ( f
great.
jalbourno on the 14,15 and Kith lost. the Bishop Wm. Crane Gray administered ly Increased. In Kansas;: City the board l of heulth Due from National Uunkn (not reserve ngentii). , . :!O\l11I,\) 01 ,
rite of Holy Communion last Monday , , , , :/ IKI
Institute swift reform In Duo from approved, reserve agents: ., " isri74
(Miss/ Elizabeth Eaton bas returned at 7 a. m., in St. Johns church, on O. C. Hansel litin again started the Is going to Notes of Other National 1,10000

tcra pleasant visit to Washington Young street. root camp, with George Dyal as innii.- restaurant kitchens whero reform may Checks and other Cash Ileinit ' . " 1,$:."> 82: ?
|rod Pennsylvania Miss Eaton now Capt. Itopero had his passenger vessel, ger. The Tltusvllle Extract Factor be found to be necessary, says the Albany Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents . . ar.8 43 'f'{
:A i a cozy home ready for winter gueslI.lion. Mystic, hauled out on Ilodgxon's Marine gives a great deal of labor to- all \..ten Evening Journal. First of all,, Lawful money reserve In Hank, VIZ I .

Frank II. Fee, mayor of Fort Hallway, this week, for the fall cleaningand willing! to work. thorough Inspection will be made of all Specie, 'lI: -'l.I)4I; Legal Tender, $10,000..t7,821) : 70 ',

Icrce, made the first trip last week by repairing. Miss Ethel Wells gave an entertainment kitchens III which food U prepared for Redemption fund with U. Trcasuier ((3 per cent of '

Itomoblle, from Fort Pierce to Mel The Messrs. :Spiller have purchasedthe at the school house, last Friday; public consumption. Then, If in nay circulation) , . . " . " . " 2r.UO uoTotal :

liirne, which proves that the trip can land South of Sarno, and the Hotel evening which was a great: success and of them conditions are found, to lie tin- . , , , , , , , , . $'i8lOI7Kr:: 1
Inmdo. Mr. Foe has returned to Fort Miss Wells deserves a groat deaf of notice will be served \
du :Ml: and will proceed to build and narlsfuctory/ upon LIABILITIES:
|erce again, and we hope erelong to credit for the successful management; the that must make a
B the auto on our streets as common Improve it at once. and we hope other entertainment will proprietors they Capital stock paid 1111. " . " " , . ' 50NI0'tO( )!f I
|carriages. Capt. Symmonds rlgglnir his sloop, follow change for the better, and 1 a reasonableUmo National Bank Notes outntandlng . . . fi ,UlKI XX ; ,<

the Mattie. II, and will possibly place will be allowed for compliance Surplus and undivided l profits,. " . . " . 17,01H) >*iV
ath claimed :Mrs. Charles R. Lyon
with the order. If In any there .
motor power also In the'velUtel.. The case DEPOSITS: : :
Jllie Ul\i\ luHt., at Waukegan, III. Mrs Captain Is up-to-date In his ideas. *.*.*.*.*...**..**..** **. should bo neglect to obey It In due Due to State Hanks . . . . . . . . .* :2,1!"+8123:/ : ; 't S
ion and husband; were in Melbourne time the health board without further Individual deposit subject to chvck. .a-II.1H: III) :
t winter, visiting their parents, Mr. Mrs. S. E. Miller, of Pennsylvania, arrived TO CORRESPONDENTS. :
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Demand certificates of deposit . , :S,2I1! 05
notice, will display In conspicuous " .
,d l Mrs. Oeo. R. Lyon. While hereto at Eau Gallie, on Sunday last. iC where all Certllled check . . . ,'. . . . Ill) 75
made This will of the : place, would he patrons must
charming people a lady
young occupy one Plngrey/ !
Cashier' chocks outstanding..ott( ( 7* SUU.IKIO;! :IIH{
k of friends who were shocked to hear cottages, on Young street, for the winter The staff of the ADVOCATE see It. a largo yellow sign thus inscribed
lilie sudden death of the beloved ... f Total . . . . . . . . . . . . . .ti81,1/-11 :!:J
one, season.Mra. would gi eat ly appreciate It, If all : ____::-- _.. ___ ,_._ ._ _, _,___. __- ._- 't I
|dour heartfelt sympathy' goes/( out to W. II. II. Gleaspn has been pre. correspondents would send their CONDEMNED.The J
bereaved iC
c '
ones. kitchen In this restaurant la con
Panted with a grand piano, upright, by Items in early next week, as they iC ducted In a dirty and unsanitary manner.

dr. Gleasnn. This fine Instrument Is wish to take a vaoatioA on Thursday *. Food prepared In this kltrhtm Is dantcer The Ocklawaha Nurseries
A Year of IIlooU. now at their beautiful home In the north ous to health. DOARD OF HEALTH. i i:
end of our town. Thanksgiving Day, and It i.r Is ii
The plan la beautifully simple and ,.
The year IHO.'I; will long be remembered > dllDcult to be truly thankful and
[the home of F. N. Tacket, of Alliance, Dr. C. G. Weld has his houseboat In iC effective. And Kansas;: City In not the TANGERINE FLORIDA ", I
wai a year of blood; which Mowed so the waters of Indian River. The vessel i at the same time have to work iC iCI only town In which there Is need of Its 1

tiiiiualy from Mr.: Tacket's lungs thatth will be taken to the Canaveral Club for I hard all day. iC operation. Want Orange Growers to know that It Is to their. interest to buy trees .:j

seemed very near. He writes: the season's shnofln The boat was ... ---.-- from their stock, HKCAUSK they have T1IK HKST: TREKS GROWN IN r
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fwtere launched from Hodgson's yard on Saturday ***
bleeding from th&lungs and a B.art... l'Jur..rJ'' ; KLORIUA. Bglitful cough had brought me at I last. Robert Gaston Is here In ScurleHS surgery U. one! of tho latest AHUNDANCK OK GOOD IIOO13, stems that are STOCKY, tops WKLL DEVKFOPED ,
th', door, when I began taking Dr. charge of her and leaves, and wood that Is KNT1RKLV KKEK< : OK INJURIOUS t
ng',NetV Discovery for Consumption, Fort Pierce.St. achievements In medical science, says' INSECT Ln'..:. OUR THUKS:: have all those GOOD POINTS In their favor
I'll tin .result that the Cleveland Leader. The Loudon surgeon Invite SPECIAL offeredto
astonishing after IIIRTIIOAV I'AKTV and we cordially your Inspection. INDUCEMENT: are .
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in? four bottles I was completely retired who conceived the Idea and successfully those who will place their order now, for fal delivory. OUR NEW EARLTSEEDLESS
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.V. ,
and as time has proven perm put It In practice Is unable to :: ORANGE, EARLY AS PARSON BROWN, PROLIFIC AS PINK- '
\ II. II. Gleason was the scene of a
pilj cured." Guaranteed for sore Lucle county Is claimed to be the meet the demand for his services. The AI'I'rre.sk us about It, Catalogue tree f i iADDRitSM !
happy event on Saturday the 17th Inst., banner in the The editorof
>g>. coughs and colds at the Red county state.
f Idea U a simple one. In making tbe
'Pharmacy. Price and 1X when Lansing Gleason was given a birthday this paper has some land for sale in
al bottle free. GOo ) party, to which about twenty of ,his that county. lie will sell It cheap for first Incision the scalpel does not cut The Ocklawaha Nurseries
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little friends, were Invited. cash. This land will, no doubt, trebleIn the skin at right angles with the surface II

The birthday cake, with seven lighted value In a short time. Now Is you but passes through It at a slant. O. W. CONNER I;
Proprietor.
candles and ornamented with wreaths ofof time to buy and hbld It, as the pineapple After time operation Is over the sklu li* OI
Rockledge. Smilax: and cut flowers, resembled a plantations are rapidly extending,-Address Joined with the greatest nicety, a mag TANGERINE, -' FLORIDA '\ tl

mound of snow amid the ilowers. The Chan. II, Walton, Tltusvllle Fla. nlfylng glass being used to see that the 31T Our CREOCIDE preparation for the destruction of ants, liens, and other '1 ,

V, J. White was on the sick list the refreshments consisted of various kindsof .
cakes, ices and sherbets which the . ..
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r'part of the week.ere did of wool and glass Is applied to pre - - "
little ample justice to.
were quite a number of arrivals The ones lucky sixpence was found by Earl Mrs. W. K. Copeland, of Quay, Is vent contraction and us much, pressureIs
spending a few friends Lorillard :Boat Co. :
day visiting
Oak applied III'safe. much 1
Cottage the past few: days. Vlnsted, who justly thought himself' here. as Naturally I 11
the luckiest boy In tbe bunch. depends upon the skill of the operator.
be er, body the should read the ADVOOATK!: Fancy candles and other light comfits Rev. Chas Moon held services In 8t: The surgeon who perfected the process TITUSVIM-K, FLORIDA ;'r 'j'jAUENT

want news of Indian River. j were also served by the hostess, Mrs Andrews church last Sunday morningand devotes himself entirely to making Incisions \ '

P. Douglas, on Wednesday, phi pJ I Gleason, during this very enjoyable evening. Quite a. number were to In the skIn| and treating them FOIL THE- -IF YOU WISH 1'0- "

Zoo boxes of fine grapefruit to ChiP evening, ably aided by two or three lady attendance.' afterward, leaving the operations prop. ''

? friends More, of these jolly gatherings/( of the' There wag a meeting here;' Tuesday, er to others TERMAAT & MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOAT ; ,;jJ
a. J, I. Swinson's grandmother and of the prominent pineapple growers of ..
little ones are needed, as they are bright MARINE OASOMNK ENGINES.
P aunts from Georgia, are.visiting her marks In the lives of the little one that this section. Quite a nnmber were present A r.. Far Peach At..n.... i
Pwk, are never forgotten from dltterent points down the A firm of merchants at Stroud, Mo.. .:, Or louse or store one, write u. for terms. 4

:", J. W. MoNary: went to Knstia on river. has shipped ISO:; bushel of peach

ay, to attend the meeting of the Strike Hreakern. Mrs. Buell returned from St Augustine tones to eastern manufacturers of I

bytery r. Mrs. MoNary spent 'Vedy ( on Sunday nlgbt with her daughter, flavoring e.t ....Ctll, say the Kansas ; :i
and 1 Thursday with Mrs. M% C. I The most famous' strike breakers In who has been in the hospital. Uer City Star. Children In the neighborhood Boats Repaired and PaInted' I Ict
IIIOn, the land are Dr. King's New Life Pills. many friends were glad to see her here of Htroud gathered the atones.
P. When liver and bowels go on strike, again. 4 {
Eby Is fencing his entire place settle tbe trouble and the ,About D.OIIO< stones make a bushel. I
bSbog-prooffence they quickly Mrs. Lardner, of Charlotte, N. C., arrived :
and your oorres- The merchants have a market for about
Best
nti I. under purifying work goes right on. cure here last weeek a visit to her i ':
the on
Installed and
headache and dizziness. TOO bushel this sen son._ > Engines Repaired
of ns m"st do the same,unless there 25o for constipation at the Red Cross, Pharmacy !niece. Mrs. A.: M. Sample and 1 Mrs D. .:
IOme Wily to Prevent bogs from run. T. JlrlcCarty. Sue will spend the winter
tat I 1 Iarge here. Her many friends were glad to The mind Is found most acute and i a ;1 UY COMPETENT! WORKMEN.

!Jarlle number of winter tesldents Geqrgiana.Mrs. see her here again. most uneasy In the morning. Uneasiness cn

r arrived the past week, among them Indian River Camp No. C.I: W, O. W. Is, Indefd, a species of ungacltya .f f : "ALL WORK GUARANTEED.Prices .
Captain and Mrs. Ccggin, of Chi- Carter visited Mra. Bruner on Introduced Messrs. D. T. McCarty, Chas. passive sagacity; Fools" are' never fo<
r-;AOceola Currier, of Newark, N. J.: Monday. Gifford, Arthur Jenny and Dan l'Axton nneasy.-Goetho, :1. all low! as U consistent with r

re*. and charming wife and 1 Into the mysteries Woodcraft at their
fat Terms CASH.
Davis returned from his summer's re7Tr good workmanship. : v ,
P little Harry The engine that runs without .
daughter of New Haven I meeting on Tuesday night./ This *
and : visit home, Sunday, and I is with lodge Is rapidly growing. Had a Close Call _. _.. ... .
Ilame"u N. Miss Ad- --- - ---- - -
T.j;
Ifall the Lena.
Bristol E. V. running
hd V0' UUIgdaIe, N. Y., accom. "A dangerous surgical operation, Involving .............................. ......... .........
j tVefl< ter-In-law, :Mrs.llelen Peter Wittfeld and son,Carl, are fixIng the removal of a malignant ulcer, : -KK
': hlcago; Edmund Day and up their launch, so as to have her In $100 Reward, $100. as large as my hand,from my daughter's nolto Initioln: : :: 13L ttory.The -Kt

mr ' Conn. Mrs. II. !good order for the tourist season. She hip, was prevented by the application of highest type of dry cell that the jxircut obtainable material .-.
IddofBostomi Mass.;. Mr/and )rr.. Is a nice boat. The readers of this paper will be liucklen's Arnica Salve: ," says A. 0. Con,hln."ii with the iMtlt pI'''''''.'of n'aoufanturecan p.....-..... .
ICiaik of Plainville' l Coon Mrs. pleased to learn that there Is at least Stickel, of 1llIetu.V.. Va. "I'erclstent IIUA ItA '1 JlKIJ-:1U: Ainierm, Ill Volt. The only high Amper.K.
n.i,1U'? of New haven Conn.; C. D. Provost has received a nice line one dreaded disease that science has use of the Halve completely cured It." age cell tbat will ttanil hUB without running down. .t

id v". 1:1.: II. Peck and and; of Christmas goods, much to the de- been able to cure In all Its stages, and Clues cut, burn and Injuries. 2.V at *' NSo.. FKHsmrina AIMIEHACIKI ::
.red F, Taylor' family light of the little folks, and to those of that Is Catarrh. halls. Catarrh Cure lethe I the Red Cross Pharmacy.Shoe I .. sAn- > a mark o Grand Rapids 1 .. will maintain II. orliilnal amperage fur the almost Indttlnita tlnia
1 well. -K
Sam growth as known themedical
larger core now to
Khoads only positive
of Indiana, andstatic } I *" hut these e.lli will itanil.BVIITAINlCIl. .K
Mr. and Urs.Trafford were staying at iracermcy. Catarrh being a con VOLTAdK. .. ,
Repairing. wwaus v
their new home-the Lyman place-...for stitqtlonal disease, requires a constltu I Syr,, ?an A , .. feature of all')flita batt.rles I I. their extremely .Htt
> 1alapr fur Life. several day, and to attend church services tlonal treatment .Hall's Catarrh Cure ail I :: low Internal/ rviiliitaiuui and alninut iierlcrl de .Isrixatiun' renult- : 1
I do l kind* of boot and shoe -
returned Co. I III taken Internally, acting directly upon repairIng I 'I Inic Ina.trongand.a.t.lnlnPelartromotive l lore* when the bat. ..
'. happiness came Into the home on Sunday. They to the blood and mucous surfaces of the and do not forget It. Opposite Ja. *' '" cry In .being drawn on. WaF LirE CICLU-THE J'\L''A.; ..

I tlha Blalt, school superintendent, at cocoa on Tuesday. system, thereby destroying the fouud- Prltchard & Son. ABDRKW GIBSON.Titusville :: i rLON'.Ln
r w5,as 1 Va. when theadretad-' On Tuesday afternoon Mr. lrovost' Lion of the diseases, and giving the Fla. .... ; SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTINQ AGENTS.CJOOOfX ::
e restored from launch, Carl Wittfeld In co..and; with patient strength: by building up the constitution ..
plainl :lyiJEt.
' | he names. lie,ays Mrs. Baldwin and son,.Lee, \Ir. and Mra i and assisting nature In doing -If you known anything of Interest '' 4
t Gaullhter lla yielded *...********...*.**.........*. ... *
to oo treatment but. grew L. Bruner Mr. White and Rev. J. O. faith In Its curative power* that they not think 1C too much trouble to write ** ******** ***.*** t

Bectric"orle IIntll .. >laIC resort we Hawk as passengers, went to Cocoa to offer One Hundred Dollar for any case the Item and send It Into the ADVOCATE
Bitter: and I attend meeting In the Interest of the fail Send for list of olllce( for publication.
Bne rejoice to a that It to cure.
bottles effected a, complete "wet or dry" ejection.: It I U hoped that testimonials. :n.rvJDrt.SJIJD: : :: :: : 1'\1' I:) Smrt.XnS.:: :.

kS! U1C*, sure cure for nervous la the near future there will not be 'a Address: F. J. Cnxxicr & Co.Toledo Cleaning and l>reHIii#.
,
s saloon In Brevard county.. Something O. ORANGE GROWERS have 100,000 buds budded on five year old Sour
t, Impoverishedillblood and most be done to save our boy young Sold by Druggist, 73o. All work done- np-to-date. Call and Orange, Rough Lemon and Trlfollata stock Fine healthy trees and prices low.
Y.Gua"'nteed" by: the Red CroM men from becoming drunkards. Theyare Take Hall's Family nil for eonstlpation. see me. Andrew (Gibson at the Parlor Send catalogue. J. A. DANIEL, Proprietor. .
Price ,-. ) all worth ,,"'lIg. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. WINTER HAVES, FLA. '


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6000vOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O Florida East Coast Rail\\,

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o '0 Local Time Card No. 17. In Effect September 16, 190.

SOUTHBOUND-ReAD DOWN. NORTHIJOUND..REAINo.99 ,
= Girlhood and Scot '.s Emit fa ton are : w

No. 29 8TATIONB. N8'17.. I

,,0 linked together.The 0o -h--i 'Dally-lOam v.............. .. al : noel e ................Ar 72l'pm I
.. ............ south J..ek.onvill..Lv 7 ]"I.m
0 2xwn .. I I
20 41..n' n ..............St. Aujf..IIDo............... 6 15Pll1
Emutui 7 :IIIpm H ... .I1..Unlf".................: IIS4pn.
III) girl who takes Scoff ( 7 8 axpnt('wpm 11 11 310 2..m ................EMt. I'al..tka................ 1120plllII .

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ohs. 4
Wni 'a bIIpu
<> rfon has plenty of rich red blood ; she is ..0 74:1pm 8\pll&:: 11 ll: loam Lv Ar....................].. .. ",........... ......Ar II 4spmY

2s-; ... Ar.................".." r.r..luo..I.v ,.... .... ..
,0 plump, active and energetic. 0 r ".......... 6 lliem L..S..n. Matee.' ................Ar 02'pmo

1282.10 v..................Buni fi.... .. ..........Ar 4aotmallpin
OIlpll& 124t1pm ...................lIl1pont..................... 4281.10D
.J tt 11"1'10 H ...................rmond! .................. .. 8 Wpm
The reason is that at a period when girl's g.tt 10 (1.n,' 121pm .................JIILytuna.................. S 4fil'In)
1111"11& 1801101 n ................1.0'& Orange... .. . 88t.pmII)1upm
digestion is weak Scoffer Em ft fa ion 2txgen) ..,............. !-Imy.n"......,......... .816pm

) 0It ]110x10 4 4"1'11I ............. .. Lake felon,............., 'v g11miIL t
> provides her with powerful nourishment in 0 2"nrn Mpm Ar''.. ............OrIOn If 0(.lty................}:: 12AOprnIL '
4u5m Otlpm ..........O..nlfoltyJl1nntlnn.; .......... 12461.10toh '

easily digested form.It it, :71upin v..1 .......... -.N Hmevrne................Ar AOSpmIL '
g g 24t11'10 .. .................Oak: 1011I..1.., 24ol'm
111\11'10 201'01 8IOpln Ar................... Husvlllo.!' ........ ........ .. 2 Oo".pm

lriOllnt II 'agnn ...................'RIlalnl,............ ...4Lv It /1.01111IIIHI'pm
= is a food that builds and keeps 11115..01 Ly ........,.........Nanford..................tAr II 61.10Il
up agirl's 8 Flpm l -8 lApm Lv..I.l ....................j -2-or'-pin'
12 Slam 8 Mpm ................ ...Col..a..L" 1 2lpnt12111m
o strength. Mpm ." .................toeklodge................. .. 12"pm
1 item of 2..m. .. ................Jinn. t&lIlo.; ................ n 12 471'11I
1 ]:ixvt 411111.m .. .................)rclbII'ne................. n. 12: "7..m1IIIIm .
/ 511I"10" ..............,.. I'obllSUIII1 ................. .. 11112124HI1m \'"
II (rpm ..................$ 1.ucle.................. 101\11,11I
ALL DRUGGISTS BOo. AND $' .00. . Four Sailings Each Week' . 8 farm II IIII'm .. .................Fort l'I.'IIe................. ? 10llllllmR
HI'um A 871.m .. ....................7lbhxllv.................. .. 178108ixnl
Y II 411'''' ...................Iiden................... 10 U..m I 1
( OOOOOOOOOOOO OO OOOOOOO BETWEEN YORK.Calling 8401,10 041(1.11). .................,.J..nll..............."..., 20011..11I I IAelam 1
L JACKSONVILLE and NEW ft 67..m. ...................'tu..rt..................? .1000..m I
_.._ .. _:. --. -- -- -.--. .------ = --.-:: 4 :/Ium' 7 2:1pm: .....,...........]lobe Nonnd . .... ,... U 8ltu" I
I 4 411..11I 7 Opm .. ............... r.e.t Joyner................ H 9 lean IA
CULTIVATION OF COTTON. beds, around "sTfruLs, uponTierbaceous at Charleston S. C.. both ways) Inlll 8 ]11I1.n. .............. Veet Palm 1I..eh,............ .. 84.iam
J borders and when the ground Is frozen 5 Jum 8.111'01 .. ................ ..1I"Y"lon .... ...... ........ .. 820801II
The Finest in the Coastwise Service .'lam 81"1'/ "\ ..,.......... .l'elray. ............. 8'J"m
Maximum <0 the Acre I* the Slew Idea hard upon strawberry Ifeds. Prune Steamships II .IHI1I11 \\I -I..m.. .. ..............Fort I.mulertleIo. ............. 72fjllm 1
I I1i II ... ....... .., ...... .. .
of CirowerN.Method grapevines and other trees. Dow or 11,7..11I 9H..m. ...... .II11nlu. ,.. 719"11I ;
.
: .* of growlnt cotton are dig heavy 11011 and leave In loose con The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .m; Ifalisudxln

changing in HOIIIO parts of the south dition to freeze. C \'pr cold frames Direct (service Between lUHtlpul. Ar....................M1xm1...................Lv 8 a'lIn:' 171111..11I ;
H I".tln, .......,... :. ......... .. :II lallll.,. ..,....,........tAl'' .......... '
writes a corrt'HjiondiMit of Farm rrog- with straw mats or shutters on cold Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. ]Islam' .............IJ.v. :.....,..,........loUle.te..t.-v .......,.. .? !
ress. On rich bottom laud where It nights. Tidy up the place for winter. I
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Review the season's practice and Improve (Calling at Charleston 8., C., both ways) -nulfpt I'ILrl..r('I...on trains 20 an.l 7S. DI1I1'ot Sleeping CIl'00 Ir'1ln" DO and 08.
atlll poHtilble to make heavy I
cropx SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: S 1I11l1y except. I'.nl1"y.
suppose tit"ro Is no oliitngp, but In the plans for next year. BoutUlmuml...................... .. ... .. ..... ... .. .. .......... .from Lewis Wharf Boston --=
Northbound;.... ...... .... .. ........ . ...........from foot of CatliBrliia Street Jacksonville : ;;:. 21 ; No.17No.190e11y. No 20
upland Hi-ctloim I notice that MAY PORT BRANCH
poor the
An ISfTeetlv Watson Jack: -- 'N'-23// Sunday Dolly be.pl NDallo.18 y 8undoy
.spirit! of iMiterpi'lne 1 IK. iiuru: mllnltt>Ht. The Only Sunday Ovty I
herewith
wagon Jack shown Is St. Johns River Line.
Clyde
Some of the Moutuuru i papers| are reproduced from Farm Progress. It Is 2 ropm 10 1Onm 0 1Opm P 00"11I I.v..Jeek.nnvllle..Ar.; 7 -\1\10 2 MIlO'llHI.III '
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I P Mum .....Ionh Iaukonvllle..J.v .
J'II"nll101"1'111 7 87811I
: 12 .
I continually striving; to Induce fiirmera simple In ('OIl1ltrllctlonlnd effective Inuse. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE' AND SANFORD. .I tI..m. 10 Willi' I0. n"pm IIlIlIuIII .. ..........hlo lI..a..h........ 7 Ursun II 2'11,1 rwnl"'
to try HomethliiK new to I to 4"1'10 IUbsnnl )ror'l'lII 9411,10 .......AUlln"" JI..ob....,.. 70111111I. 1147ntBaqm .
quit trying "
Stopping at Palatka, A tor, St. PTanola, KereHfnrU (DeLand), and interuiedlata landIngs -
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d II lUm"'llupin' oooam A,,..... ...Meypurtt.........Lv 84T.luiI 0801,1'"
plant> and cultivate every ucre possibleand on the St.Johns River commencing Wednesday November 15,1905. ._ _

to plant II-HH fertilize unit manure Steamers "CITY of .J CUSONYIL.I: ':" I3 ItAltY" PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSIIIP CONNECTIONS AT MIA
the land ninl
cultivate belter.
<< are appointed to salt,as follow l Leave Jacksonville" dally except Saturdays, at 3.30 p. m. _
I This good aJvli-tf evidently U produc- C j.I Retiiralnic leave Sanlord dally except Sunday,at 0.30 a. m. Close CooocClon Made at Miami with Sleamsh Ips' of the P. Q O. S. S. Cor

I ing remilti Kenders have become Interested D ,.uth.liouu" North.Houn" Havana 'and Key West..

and Inquire as to tile kind, and Real down. _BCIIEDULE_ _Real up.

quantity of fertilizers to use on cotton Leave 83 p. 1Il. ...... .... ........ JsekeOnvllle ..... ................. Arrive i 00 a. m. SOUTHBOUND NORTHBOUND
A Grove 1143 p. m. ........... .. .. ..... . ..Palatka.. ....... ......... ........ Leave 8 CO p. m. I.v MIA IJ. ....Tnn..l.y./I"tn.la'II..J1 40pm Lv L..lIAVANA..ThnTSII"...... J
and how to plow prepare the laud and Leave 8 00 a. m. ..... . ......... .. . Astor .... . .... ............ Leave S IC p. 01. ArkISYwKrr..Hwlnewdayr.Nnnaye.loqm( :, .&AI' KtY Wr.; .. ......1.lml'O.l.o......
cultivate the land to get maximum Leave 430 a. n.............. .... .. ... fit. 'ral1eli .....2 00 p. m I.v KY.\ \vEi4'f..1Yedne"tnve.; ....... 8 arynt' 'l.y K F.Y WF. .r.TIt".luMondny....
B Leave .... ........... ,..11ere..orll (I uLand) ... .............. J........ lOOp. m. AI' IIA V ANA.r.; bu..Y.. ......... 8 80am 1IIIAlI..lday.. 'tu'ays.
crops. Others tell how they have aban- Arrive 830... m. .... .... .............,.... Santord .. ... ....,.... .......I..av.. 930..m.
doned the old way of doing and gone ..'"-'. Arrive )10:00.. .m..._.......... ..............._.....}__1Ierprlse................,................Leave 1000 .. RI, Additional Sailings between Key West and Havana.

in for Intensive l'nlth'atlonlud find "'1 Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office I 122 W. Bay St. Jacksonville. LvKEVWKST: ....Monday*, Fridays.... 880pm I r... A"fA"Tne..tay..I'.tn'll"j': I
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that It pays to do It. A In of oak 2 by 4 by 33 Inches, Ar HAVANA...Tueidaya. Saturdays.... Hoimi [ Ar KEY VVEdY.Tue! daysHaturdayi!

They say there Is more money In n Is 2 by 4 by 14 Inches 0 Is 12 Inches r.M.IRONMONOERJR..Aest.Gee. Pan*. Art.| 128 Went Bay St.,..Jacksonville Fla. Trains Discharge: Passengers at Ship's Side. No Transfers.
I II II W. G.COUl'ER.Jr., Local. Frt.AKt. Jacksonville G P. LOVELL Superintendent Jaoksonvllle.Knot .
making u bale of cotton to the acre on long and lover D Is 0 feet long the Hogan Ht.JarkonvlMf., Kl.... .
the Intensive plan than a third of a short end being one foot. The drawing A.C. HAOKRTT, Oeu'l Kimfn I....... Airt. Ne- York CLYUIfi MILNK GeI1. Frt. Agt.,New York. The Time Table show the time at which train may be eTpoclPd to iirrlvo at nri'l
THKO. (J. K4JKR. T. P. and Cienural Manager.General rrom Inn vuvvral MuIloiiH, but their arrival or departure at the times .hIlN.I.I not sum>
bale In the old way and that their land explains Itself.Earthing omens. Pier 00 Nortli.KHer, li.alleh.200 Broadway, New York. nor 1.th tt Company to ha hold reaponalbla for any delay or any ooiUHqiienrMarliilnittlii'i

( Is getting better nil the time. C. II. WALTON" TUiiHvllle ."13.
Agent For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information!
This Is. mirely hopeful Hjffn. It may "'p Celery In Order .. . . ._ .
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I bo that It U. only the "entering; wedge Earthing up the early celery as it "SEE THE TICKET ,AGENT."

II but nothing Inspires men more than becomes. large enough: Is now la order J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE I

I I good examples. and one man In a and plant for the late crop may be Atlantic Coast Line.Florida . -- .
neighborhood who makes a bale to the sets

acre will Booir-lnduce the others to tol- .

Jow. Mallory LinesSPECIAL
I am a southern lUau myself but A Clan run tceil Cure For PI lex.

have lived much In other elections, andI Itching, Blind Bleeding, Protiudlng Georgia, Alabama, Virginia,

1 \ have felt both grieved and ashamed PlleK. tiruggUts are nuihoilzed to refund -
that my section was so backward In money If I'azo Ointment falls to North Carolina and South Carolina

progressive methods... The south has a ours In tt to It. day.. 60o. I PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

r f. great opportunity I The Great Highway of Travel From .

f.I For a long time If not forever It lies A FLOCK OF SHEEP. and raontthoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coa
Florida East West North and South.TO
I la the poser' of the southern states to -- -NO OVKRCROWDLNQ_
A Michigan Plan
Mam'a
control the cotton market and supply Fur Develop

of the world. lint they are finding out Inig a Flock: of Merino TIlE EAST THE FAMOUS IMPORTANT STAT moo 18 ARE POSITIVELY: GUARANTEED on
The flock I started with
that raising nil cotton and buying their were of Merino ships) as no tickets will be sold exceed the numberof I

bread and meat do not pay. The blood nud would weigh eightyfiveto Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express. or the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus Insuring all passengers Indl''
ninety-live pounds and sheared" five
planter that stakes the money*now Is -- .--- service and attention.
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to six pounds of wool per bend. I had
the one who raises all his own supplies
and U, ambitious. not to cultivate the I' been using Shropshire rums selling the To the West Montgomery Route and PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY.See .
)lambs to (feeders until flock
my was Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta
most. acres, but to get the most cottonto ( Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union]
getting old, and I had to make a
tho acre. change Idea of rULLMAX: CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ONT ALL TRAINS.
lily
a
owe was one
.
This Is the proper spirit to build up
4 real prosperity and lu many localities that would weigh from I'M:! to 130 Atlantic Coast Line mileage books good to all points via all trains as far East aa LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL PQINTS NORTH.

where the land Is naturally poor I read pounds, shear ten pounds or more of Washington, and an far West h* St. Louie Cincinnati and. Including dellgbltul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
wool with a long, smooth back and New Orleans; rates 25.00.: FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
reports bowing that they ore Improving
two folds the neck. The kind
one or on
their farms' getting bigger crops THE PURPLE FOLUEU
-CONSULT: -
I and making more money than they of ram I wanted was like the ewe Through tickets sold to all northern points. For fuU Information regardl
For detailed and full Information regarding rules Pullman reservations schedules.
with to
only larger eight
twenty tractions offered
over did before. And some of them are pounds of long white wool. Call on your nearest ticket agent or write by no other line; diagrams reservatlns tickets etc., apply r

care jao .conteut trying for with more bale to the acre! but I found a rum of the National 1) FRANK O. BOVLSTON. DUt.JACKSONVILLE PI\IIS Ant. :, FLA.W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. Apt. CHAS. DAVIES, Fla. Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, JacksonYille Flo<

mine breed that weighed 170 pounds
It has taken long time to cause this and sheared seventeen of wool. W. J. CRAIG rasa. Traf. Manager T. C WHITE, Gen') Pass Agent
aplrlt of enterprise to any extent but ; pounds General Offices, N. C.
t That tenie l .n and I have WILMINGTON
It has now to It Is caster was ago rOLEnIIONEYANbTAR FOIEnKIDNIYcrn'or
come stay. .. ... .
been breeding with the name llIenf''erluco. -- -' -- -- "T Y
( .r:' ,. for a man to do good farming when How well I have succeeded Is cAUdr/ cafe. cur. AT. 0""" '.. Makes Kidney and Bladder High
l' others around him are doing It than

,', when he U trying It alone. If now the con-1st S .. .::J3C>.A. I>

cotton the disastrous
prevent
growers run

peculators conxeiinences the business caused will often be the by pounds age lay of pounds wool.. and hlieur about ten AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR We Never Disappoint Our Patients

f i Tho ewes are fed corn stover In the
this most country.profltable branch of farming In morning one-half pound per head of Fulfill Every Promise and Nam Hold Out Falsa Hoptt.without .

-- corn and oats. at noon and clover hay WE CURE Stricture pals the kalfe.rbougl.snd Vartouaele will0'We ; ,
01' detention rail"without
from bu lne.st Vontmfloat llload
at iilgbt with water before them all ..ure mercury or mineral Loa
PREPARING FOR WINTER. SAVANNAH COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES RIC1UroND.WASlltNO'l'O mixture .
,
n
the time and good suit twice a week. VorIoeltlv ly eared| ma .tiraul.nt but p nnan
1 The Dr Bind Mrdl..1 Co. I. Inetitedne org.nl'rdunderl
BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK IIn
OIlI.ICluuut days the corn utover Is fed .
Some Timely Hint to Uul.l the Prudent tnnsr.ou.sndobmnle del. .w..t DrhN.H.K ngntaadWunder
In the yard which gives them plenty
Flintier. tel. sWt
1 I In.tiwtlon.I. the"ltler.n."I"n"sp.el.at't "slog
of exercise. They hoaxed nt night baueSofemin.nIphy.lrlen..nd.urr.uoe.
are
October.-Sow cover crops, rye and . Two Elegant Trains Dally . Ouranonwi In the trratmcntof rhronlo dl>'..... I..as.r1.edt *
buckwheat on ground that would otherwise and during all stormy weather1. I do eK we ow bath mwllc.l and alDotrlcal axinoliia. .
them to wet frbm the 1st Ourofflocaarawiulpixd wMi I a I ma galvanic, faradle hodX
not want get ,
be bare during winter. LateIn Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Ie... -ray,vlolitt ..,.and Mnnpn rayi la fact, every .'Iwtricontrivance '
of November until turned on pasture. known to th* medical profaulon. Ourunll.xummodem
tho month harvest roots and storeIn
I The barns and ventilated In every rv.pnrt. and wa amploy none but in*
are quite warm
trained and rfllal.. gnKlu*'
pits or root cellar. Finish harvest- n> """"lOn&ll.ri-inlarly qmllned
with a number of.wlndows.In and Uoenfl.i pbyilolana holntf. In cb..,.*.
lug and storing npplos, pears nud MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. W. rmplor no mlnlo.nluameaaa to Moore patl.': *
this locality the first half of April '. '
or aOMk.d for literature
grapes. Leave only hardy vegetables I'' li,t'', .A. Ktroaaira l oflouo One Wrna for floe *:
treatmtnt aTeraire
such as purtmlps Jerusalem artichokes IK early enough for lambs to come and ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. PI! to III).00 per montb.fmeillalnra hI..d.o.4 w.gIve tu* ,"
<1i < I[ find It best to have the ewes sheared '- ,:II nee of m cure within a poolfletl tlma.
< and horseradish In the field. MY >> '
rrrRENClI9. '.se.n.f.ll'treat I asaP
CHRONIC
before lambing. With this management DISEASES.
These may bo dUll n* needed through, I have Increased my flock 100 to For information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent aO' .p.VV N1'.A D N.LL,D torn a Kidney D04 handycan Lro.t..A al, ehmne Jth.I"of w '
H..ptur. -
n '
the winter or In early rprlng. Fill cold UC.P4Ib llydruoele. DraJn. Loo.
I 123 Ilt'r cent a year. Each year I savefifLten Seaboard, or write 1 UNTaCUOIA DI,,K.. Tumon aad mallnaat tronblt.. (.1,...'anh t..
,) frames!! with lettuce, radish and onion best Nose, 1'hroat. Head end l-iitnati. I'laaa.aa of Kye and_ *
". or twenty of my very ewe N. K. KINa. M. Q Chronl.. 1)Iseue m __ t-. 'n.uConauttiiM
sets for winter uso. How spinach for lambs which come near 'my Ideal. I &. C. BOYLSTON, JR.. Anst. Oen. Pans. Ant.,. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA., Coo... .PHvalolln.. CanatiiralDLalnirven.; i ; ;e a and W cook-weakna.' : .use*.. u of wonn-n IN eD 7
spring cutting. Truunpluut nil flowersfor all the Wr'lte "..l.<.<'", regarding. ,oar condition If TOO are sir. S or .11I10..... On rNU"f
boat
them the
give very care .- JOD...r IIMratur*.lncludln.irmptom e.l
house use before frost. nl lg and --- Olj"t1LT"TIO": ADVICttrYI86L
clover hay they will cat and about kXAMINATINANI ) !:

r start in a dry place dahlias, ritunas, three-fourths of a pound of grain per FOLEY'S'HONEYANDTAR EXPERIENCE 6O YEARS' DR. KlNQMEDICaLCO., Yubns.d! Pry::tihNonsta., Atlanta, e
gladioli null
hlmllar bulbs anti
roots. lay, n mixture of corn and oat, half
IVlMU tilt temperature goes below fi0degrees and half. I want to get as much

at niicht start n fire In the growth as possiblevhlk' they are

I trret'UhouHei.; rinut last settings ofstrawberries I rouug. They lire bred at nineteen to Always Remember the Full No

In pots early lu the twenty months of ago, and I let as

month. Celery must have u flniU many ewes At3 each year as!! I keep<<

r '. earthing up. Asparagus and rhubarbfor lambs. The lambs from them ewes. TRADE MARKS Laxative Jerome
forclni: must Le Prevents Serious Results OOICNS QuiniCures
; dug and allowed to make excellent ftfitUers.-P. E. Lowe.
*
aftaBr
. COPYRIGHTS &C.Anrnne..nding '' (.| BUaBDBBRtBa.CawB.9
." .freeze before removal to the cellar.November. Michigan. In American Agriculturist. From Cold. a.k.Mh and .nerpnn mav

i" .-Final harvesting of cabbage a quirky In+ se..rt.dn t. probably net oplnnm."*nTnhl fr.e... whmb.r.."' ..'..nl_anention a Cold in One in TV
II'I colory. roots etc, and final Remember the name t.nn..nGtI7.ntlol..tlaL, HANDBOOK on Pat.nu Day Grip
fur ,
, liar Stood the Test'i.'i' Y :=: .ecun..yu.nt.
f'I\I"1I. .
planting. of IOplnl1<'h. Make cuttings P.t.l.ts tnmutfb Nunn Co. rcmv.
. Fol., Horsy and Ttr. Insist tprrtt**Htl, without Chan*, 111 the
1>1- ". and sclous of grape, currants gooseberries The: old original UROVK'; ,. 'Tasteless

\to,. and tree fruits, tie lu bundles Chili Tonlo. Von know what you are upon. having the genuine. Scientific American.illation f8. f4f.4-rQ'y'E. Oft Box. 25c.Ou.cold.irr.vonU.
.," and bury butt end upward. Stratify aklntr. It I III Iron and(]ttlolne In a tasteless TMr. .!<.. ISO. .00. el._ A It..ndoom.I.l1hl.kIF.. I..C PI.. ,,
form. No: care no 30c.i Prep8red of .1r _n.UI. J..nal. Tprms, M
J".I-: seeds of pouches, plum find. other pay only by ., |L 8ol4 brail Rew.de ..,.a
.t ;. stone fruit and ntoro where they wilt .. 1 .- F.Ie l y a 0.1'8"7. Ohlcaow. fiUNN&Co+ IfBr.ahrey' New York FoimiIom fOrmnO 1' AND

. not freeze .Spread mulches on bulb JOB PRINTING. done at this \rake Red Cross Pharmacy. Braauft udloa cDS r Bt.VTaahlBniua,U C.: stove 'he cough sad heal.aua.a PlleUJII

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COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLB.:. NOVEMBER 23, 1906. ,"''
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JACKSONVILLE.he POVERTY A DISEASE. I The Best Guaranty of MeritIs Standard Electric Company

The Result of Hail LUInw. clad Thlnlctnic ,
New Travelers HotelCK ONVILLE, FLA. and uC !I"...In 1&'. Open Publicity.Every .

A Inrge hurt of the poverty of the bottle of Dr. l'lo>rce's world-
Florida.
| -On the American and European Plan famed medicines leaving the great labo Jacksonville > ,
world lit u disease, the result of centurion \ \
rndor new management. :Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant uponyltstwrapper all pingredlnutt . ._
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Rates of bad tiring bail thinking\ nUll -- -- -- -
family! home. : American Plan, ..:j.m> and $2./60; European, jjOcta : This fartalone ------- -- ,
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and up. All oars form Union Station stop at the door. of sinning. We know that poverty Inau !! places Dr.Its composition Tierce's Family Medicines :nrul1"o1h3''' l'\rlu..hhH. ( 4)1IL1)1LU ".

If. W. HAXCOCK, Proprietor. abnormal coudltlou Ixfiiuwe It does tau does( tilt I'll Uietnm'l i'cn. They JACKSONVILI.K:, FLORIDA.SAW '

The beautifully located Itiveisl.lo Hotel at uicen Cove SprIngs Is under the not tit Buy human being's constitution. cannot be because chimed they with aroneither.patent or seeretmedicines This 11: WILLS, ENGINES: AND IIOlLKItS :

same: management.IXA.YTOXA : It contradicts the promise mid the U \\hyco! many unnrejutilretl physicians : POKTAULK OUTFITS A SPECIALTY
prophecy of the divine In man. There prescribe them and roromnu'iict them W fa'F; ,
for Catalogue
-Wrlle
:
know what they
.
HI AUH. are plenty of evidences that nbundnucu are Choir composed patient*of and They that the Ingredients 4nm. .. "'7 ,. (Sold on Easy; Tenns. Cor. Wind and Jefferson Ste.TIII s

------.--- ---- of all Unit 1 IK good was maws are those endorsed by the most eminent . I
I.
Inheritance that if ht claim It stoutly medical IIUt horltlll8. - -

Seaside Inn : hud Kh'\'r: h'" iHHslsteutly toward It The further Golden Medical fact\ that Discovery neither, tlm Dr.Tierce's SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY )
'he n.\YTOXA :
E.\CIJ, 'r.A UP will gain It. great !Hloinnch, tonic liver mvlgorntor,
Tint fast. I I" that n lnrje pint of the heart regulator und blood\ purifier nor his i I
for weak overworked -
[Es unw open for PWAItT'lTT',m, "ni'el-tllu' ""in\(einmit! of the owner, poverty of the world .111 I dim to UUMIInzlnoss "Favorite, broken-down Prescription, nurV01WOIl1I'n.\ Coke Brick Cement '".
Wood Lime
(nOltACE' 11') s mid new, situated on Daytona elgft; sliUtUHien) nit uuIllinsnem contain any alcohol also entitles them Coal, .. 'I
the hotel i la modern In all make the effort, to Iljflit all themselves. .
Beach liHappolnltnoniH, with, large \\ to to place by
airy, pleas
anl rooms overlooking; the ocean and opposite ICmuing's Casino and l Ocean for n cotupetpiiro. It duos not matter Many\ years ago Dr. 1'leroo discoveredthat of proper -t :- I Ii Ij
chemically glycerine.
Pii>r Terms moderate. how much, ability one tuny 1111 ve. If I he pure solvent and.
strength, Is a better preso'rvatlve Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
.....
HOKACE I V. the hiUlimtlon anil the meilleliial rn M.ln
STEWART. 0" ner and :Manager. Uoi>! not have l of the principles ,
__ 1 energy to use It it will atrophy. Laziuess In our Indigenous, or native, medicinal i
will ruin the greatest genius. It plants Haiti la ulcohul; and medicinal, furthermore Offices foot ol llogan Street Jacksonville, Florida fftluphono' No. 202 si
1'ITUS\"II.LI':. that It 1'0"1'a'ii>4 valuable
i would kill the ambition of an Alexander properties of Its own being demulcent J. K MUNNKRLYN: General Manager!:
or a XapoU on. No gift or tulvnt 1:4 nutritive nntUeptlc, and u most efficient
to wIt h8tlUlt It. Tile antlfermeut.Neither j i
,great: enough
of tho above medicines contains
I love of eiiso has wft'l'k'dlOl'e camera alcohol or any !harmful, habit- Tha OlilUHt Established: Iruln Bed. aped HIIIIKH In the State.')

he Sterling '1'ITUSVILLE. KLOKIOA. I than anything else except UuIII"IUon., forming drug, at will be seen from nglanco -- -- -.. -- .1 .
and luT'm-HS!' and vice usually go together. at the formula printed on eachbottle
I wrapper. They are safe to use, and 1 i it1
I 'Il"y lire twins. potent to cure. Wm. A. Sour> cSc Oo.
I There lire certain traits of a strong _Not only do physicians prescribe! tho i
Located the famous INDIAN UIVKU ORANGE SECTION: i character which are Incompatible\ wltlpreventable I above non-mtcret medicines largely, but ,t1
poverty. Self reliance mid the most Intelligent! people employ thempeopln GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS ,
who vonld not think of using t .
Fine Quail and Duck Shooting, Filling and Yachting.This a uniiily Independence lire foundation thu ordinary patent or secret tiiedlclne. :
stones In strong: chnl'n<'ter". We often Kvery Ingredient Piercn'sgmInto tho comnosltlon /
!house Is practically now, having barn entirely rebuilt Und them largely developed| In the of 'Dr.. 's )ihasi + Flour Grits, Meal and Fertilizers :
endorsementfrom
the .strongest kind of an 1" .
tinting the past summer many more rooms adtJod, piazzas erected, man who Is your In spite of nil hit efforts lending meillvtil writers of the ", e win 21111' East: nay Stieet: JAC'KHONVILLE I FLA. "I t tIi
I to /get uwiiy from hit IIOVl't.ty."ho ,. several schools of iirurtlee. No other
and all modern conveniences Installed and has been '\\ Is the victim of misfortune and medicines put up for like purposes' has Catalogue Fien. Warehouses on tracks of S. A, I.. It'y. and A. O. L. Hy.MeMurray .
such endorsement.iJr.
he could not control.But any jirofCHHimini
i dlatlltol'lt'hldl < I'lerce's Pleasant Pellets cure con. .
COMPLETELY KE-FUKNISUED_ the mini who la poor because he stlpuUnn. Constipation Is tho cause of 1 1 1di
linn lost. hl" courage, hilt faith la himself many diseases. Cure the cause and you "

Accommodations of the beet. Rates: 2.0;;, a day and up, or liccnuHo he It too lazy: to.pay cure laxative tho d and 180>11an.two a mild 1'ellet"cathartic.Is a gentle Drug.guts [ & Baker

and the price for a competence make these \ sell them and nothing Is "just all
Special weekly monthly rates. qualities and I 114 HO much leas a num. good" Easy to take as candy. !

He is a weuk character\ compared, with -- 4O1-H.-1 Kant<: Itny Street, JIUUNOIIlc\ \ 1 Florida. di
I'. O. WALTON, Propr. the man who has developed powerful I'I It I
Ure. lib mouth Is I ,:
make It gleiiwith
mental and moral imtHcle In his onerBPtlc -Makeis and Jobbers of- I,
not the to Inflict
small and he has power
com
; pernlHtvut ettjrts to gain a \
EACOCK HOUSE TIT UIV II.U:, FLA. peteuce ami to make the moHt of liiui- deadly wounds with his teeth.In .} ..
I . Cur Washington Ave and Main St.! self. his| tall however his power lies Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material I ",
and with It be can instantly stranglethe ,
mind thai
First-elana Board at Reasonable lUies. Restaurant and Retail Grocery In \\HIPU yon make up your

connection. MRS M. L. PEACOCK, Prop. you are done with poverty forever that t largeKt elcphunt"Sllhouete. Saddlery Rnbbur Tit.'.... t .
ilo with !
have nothing more to
you will
_ __. _
h It, that you are going to ernso every First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

IIENDEKSONVILLI:, N. C. trace of It from your dre< ", 'our talk, Silhouette wan the mime of a French _______ ____ __h_.________.. __ _ _ _ _ __ ____ \ !
your uctlonw. your liotuo, that you arc minlsteC, who endeavored to raise the
'I
going to uliow the world your renl revenues by taxing the ,nobility. In \J

HE NEW BLUE RIDGE INN I1rYNOR ?!'iVII.LE. mottle, that you are no longer !going!; to coiiaeiiuenco he liecarae very uupopu- It t.

CAROJ.INA. pass for a' failure, that you have .set far; and, the fashion. of )prolHea lu 1 ,:

A three story, front porch, L'OxdO:! Joel, adorns the entire hoot of the hotel, your face jieralHtPiitly toward better black eomlug lu about the same time
ivinf? thu guests' one 6f the. tlnest promenades ponsiblo, and tho views from the things, a olllllt'h'IlI'l', un Indppendeiifeand they were called In derision silhouettes 1 I'
ml llnor is a revelation. that nothing on earth can turn you the nobility claiming that they

If y,1I1 are seeking a quiet genteel bole), In the mountains for a few weeks'' from your rHMoIutlou,' you will lit bud their portraits, done lu black bocuurie 1 1fJ
,..tor pleasure, write us for rates, etc. 'auuijsoil to seo what -a ro-enforclnw they were too poor' to have a full

WM. In: WITT Prop. power! will tome to you from this In- picture taken I

---. - -- ..-- .- --- -' creased courtdonco, and self respect! 'I

XEAV YOUK. The most il.ingoroiiM' tiling about poverty He nrmembered.Mrn. I

Is that Its victims! often become JOIICM-Do you remember that 1 I m m I ( J''i
reconciled to it and take It for grunted night In Juno Henry when you first 1 1 1 ''i ii'

that Ittt their fate Ilec-aii they asked me to marry you? Mr. Jones- .
otel Marlborough cannot keep up appuiirnces und live In If you refer to that first, last single 1.

the spine style ns their moro ,,'cilithynchl:11110rs. solitary and only occasion 01'011Vbleb f I, .
poor iKople often become I ever asked you to marry me, I do- 1.
Broadway, 30th and ;)7thStreets) New York.Completely'Renovated J'
discouraged and do not try to make and you never gave. mo another chance, -. - -- J
and transformed! In
every department. Most cen the best! of what tht'IIn'e: ,. They do either I
trally located hotol
on Broadway. ELECTRIC LHJllTH and TELKPIIONK
to every room In the house not "put their best foot forward" and
Medium. of Our Sellers
An Unhappy Some Best
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms 200 bath rooms. Rates: 1.6O and up. endeavor with ull their might to throw HousekeeperYou're a big healthy : (
ward without bath. $2 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $3 off the evidences of poverty. If there don't to work
aiiil upwaid. 1'arlor two bedrooms and bath $"> and upward. Is anything that paralyze power It Is man. Why you go 1
the effort to reconcile ourselves to our Tramp-Lady. I'll tell yer me trouble. Star Brand Butter, 5 and 1O lb. Sealed Palls, ,27cte. ,

SWEENEY-TIEUNEY HOTEL COMPANY: unfortunate environment Instead of regarding I'm an "unhappy medium." Housekeeper Fresh Pork and Frankfurter Sausage, In Kits. . $ t .30

E. M. TIEKNEY, Manager. It as abnormal and trying to -What do you mean by that Choice Mackerel In Kits. . . 1.25

get away from It.-Success.Hebrew Tramp-Well, ytr see, I'm too heavy II In Tubs, . . . . . . . . , . 2.25
_. for light work an' too light for heavywork. I
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-VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SHOULD GO 1'0- -1. __
i poetry In MarnrM.IIebruW
-Consumers. write for our Complete Price Llst.-
poetry has power over our .
,
00 West 02nd Street hi dead Many wonderful things; are expectedfrom
he feelings because It la ulvvuya

ArmstroIIgNo.( "7219 Riverside") eorue t. There U no play acting here. alcohol, but It will probably be The Enterprise Grocery Co.
When one sees or reads "Hamlet" or Impossible to Increase tbe speed at ,

"Jtncbeth" or "Klux/ Lear" one In nbBoiliod which It helps a victim on to ruin. ,

A select family-hotel, near Central Park, subway, elevated and electric In the distress and Bul'ferlng.lJut 17 1 St.
8..lln )More of Chamberlaln'a CougliItcinaily Bridge
railways and all places of Interest and a good starting point for Coney. behind the absorption la the sense of than of All Othcru
Island, Rockamay and all other seaside and surburban pleaaure resorts. detachment from real affaliti. Unconsciously Put T"leether. .Jtielrr4ouvi11e. FJo.-Jdn.. .i

Single rooms and suites with all we feel that we cun afford to .
conveniences, new sanitary plumbing, Mr. Thos. George; merchant at Alt -- '

private baths, porcelain tub, ample hot and cold water supply, and hotel take part by Imagination In the suffer- Elgin, Ontario, says) "I have hsd l the ANNE; : :<>TIERS: :
table and service combined with home-eomforta and moderafe prices. lag because, after all, It U not real. locil agency for Chamberlain's, Cough :BE .
Terms $!).00 week To understand and appreciate the Kernedv ever since It was lutioftuoed Into I'llONH ala IMTAItIdslIEI: > 1HMH-
and
,per upward. of the OId.Tesbuuont'oue mustremember Canada, and I sell All much of Ic an I il
poetry \VJIIHKII \VINKS CANS ANn HICA3iI: >fKS.
:
A. ARMSTRONG. that It Is always retch The rlo of all ol her lines have ou my klitlvex ..
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Of the dozens sold,
put together. many lLamp's
-- - - nuffprlugx or the joy or the faith lathe Express Prepaid. Beer.
under guarantee I have not had one I'er Dos.
FJOTT WANT experlnce of real I men uttering botlle I..'u rned. I can personally recommend Jl'ultlullrt ineunur 4 HU tt fjt* 12QtIluiitlnir > PalHlair. Jlo..r..l
A... forth the depthsof their soul. The this medicine as I have used It (1ul> lly e... ."' . .. :11111"00'7011: Ntsndnrl extra: .i. I

poetry had alwuya' the direct 1111.11.rllc myself and given It to my children 'and No J\lonulCnm'tye.!,.),. nnnty 1(1e..... .. ...... ...... 8 3 !(fl HI>) 4/1fl 4n: t TIM INI 1I1C..trad"rk... ..... .. .. ... .. ...,. I 109 in
tical purpose of unburdening real fool- always with the best results." For sale IUnniTii"44" aye . .... ... ...11111 A liO Ural CohllrjfurJlII""ned.| .. .. ... .. ...... il IMIIHIM
, .. . . . ... ... All, illltK 32.1luliiwii :
Is make liellevo here. by All, Dealer HiM'lHl pro" .4/10" U: IN) .
There no
Ing. :. ___ .. ( Stout, pints. .2 211'aacItllranIr
1 Mali Wlil' t T .. . a inII 8 IN) U /All
Job the form of a .... .. .. ..,. .
.Building Lot Even lu apparent .. ... ina /61X154)/ Bulk
time White fine For IteforrstluR./ Apple? llrundy., inii ) > Goods Jugs Free-Not
.. drama U the thinnest of niimka for I lli.ilan.l I; : rite .... . .:::::::::::. HI g:: H ", Prepaid.mt.no .
deep and real feeling which lie under Observations and experiment in (iln. a in B Oil Tn BO ..-
mt.no |wr 0.....:T(ye, (llri, Corn lead. Urmlv.Wi.oo .
"ot with neath. The book la not an effort of the northern states lend our forest export N"rtb.rullnaCrn..1,2'! . ,.. : Iff 4 IK 7 tim per UIII-U., Ulii, ( urn, 111"". kin
a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY JIOIII1IMII"rll ... ... . ..8 711I/ OilIII/
author to Imagine how such n man as to recommend white pine an tho mont .Uiimlua KninMeilfor.l . .. .. ...... II HO 4 2ft T 911 N".IIOIer"Mallty.Oiil.-Hye, Ilii, (C'orn Rum. JI.)..!
LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, suffering such trials would have Hum ... .. ... 711I/ IH) U IK fur the .
Job suitable well na the most profitable money
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Grape Handy 3711I/ (MlA II ID wi.m: per (hit -> .'" It> II. 1'euih: mill Apple'
PINEAPPLE PLANTATION TRUCK GARDEN felt bat rather the expression of actual for planting on low priced lands In sea Klnifof Kentucky Hoiirlxin, ... 811 IX) 11/\11./ lirunily. MulluwMil liy Ape.IH4 .
( distress over the hopeless plight of his PortlherryorAngell,254m a 79 T BO (M> per liel.--Vlrtrria IC]", Sm'lul Drops
probably have where refoivntntlon la desirable
for sale Just wbat you are seeking. mental tortures under tlona Amiorlmiiiit allnwiil on all goods of name prloe.lliKJli5.H It".. Mouulnnl, unTacknonvlllp).
people. The In many (."...... all that U needed In to ----.---- -- ----- -- --- -- --- --.-.---- EiAI
Settlers flocking In but still there Is If therefore those
are room. yon art which Job writhes are
n/lll.llrl'f't the natural f'. Went AdnuiH Ht. (''It..
encourage pror-
looking this way, drop a line to of real people In real mind burrowing -
perplexity and the overwhelming power eases pt reforcHtntlou. -

JAS. E. GRAHAM 3rd Vlce-rre.ldent. of the answer'of the Almighty, the Opinions differ among forest authorities OE: : .. ..S. :$: z517 :.. -:: &; OO. ,

FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Yt direct witness of a faith which could na 'to the best seedling for the lue w. "a7' _t.. JACKSONVILLE. ",, FLA.4FULLQTfSe .
not be daunted by the most grievous! average condition of northern soil. All

ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA trials.-J. II. Gardiner In Atlantic. agree, however that reforesting should

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not be left to chance but the forests
I1n.lll.Ui nn for your Store One of the peculiarities of the nn- carefully planted and attended during
clout writers natural history sub- the whole time of growth in order to

WNINGS y I ; for your Office. Ject-i was the Implicit on. faith which they secure the best results. Mood growth PllevaD/ 4 t '

for your Dwelling. placed !In the genuineness of the various baa been obtained by transplantingwild 2

basilisk and dragon 'utorlea which seedlings, which grow/ on most

Made were told, to them. Unmet, for 09; New England farms and are cheap for r

by practical awning make'rse Instance to the point relate with all the purpose. Hut some experimenters It pa12Q'15
soberness that "tbe lumlllitk 1* the king
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have a large variety of stripes and colors of serpenU. lIe wean a white crest prefer nursery grown stork. l TS

upon his bead and such la the abundance -
from whichto select. Write us of hIs venom that the air IIJ l Snow on Mount Washington early 10'Sppt'mlJerl 500

I poisoned wherever thla dire reptile Run boy, run and girl,

passes.. Tree lu which lie make Ills too. for that matter. for It signifies

McGinley Bros. Company home exhale: such a poisonous> odor brisker morning* and sharer nights.It 441rI5H.E. .

that bird In flying over are so overcome f. Impossible to keep up a hot ware
with It that they fall to the
est Palm ,
Beach, Florida. ground dead.: when Mount Washington Is capped
with nnow.
"The dragon" nays the name author Ce f I I'attente

la-We want an agent in Tltusville-B3 "I. the very largest, of serpents To Cure a Cold In One Day

.- .. .. oDd Inhabits especially India Arid Etlil- Cake ItAXAfiVB BJIOMO QUININK Tablets -
--- - -- - -- -- - -- opla. Wheu he file out of the cavernsIn : DruBTglura refund the money If U

which be makes. his borne he fur ; falls to cure. E. W, Grove's signature
END YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE rows the air with such violence! as to In each box. 23c. for ale I'almt lirewl, ..g Co. (


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s EAST COAST ADVOCATE 'TITUSVILLE. FLA: NOVEMBER 23, 1906.

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..................................................... FLORIDA THE BEST STATE ADDITIONAL ,LOCALS. V'\/i.c.stoc.' Sw :E3ratl.c..i.:1: : : .{
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w" have bo en deale" ln dies : FOR LUNG TROUBLES. PENNEY & BRANNING
to ,
\ > I Successor
D IA I l\trONDS'' -- Attorney II. F. Atkinson, of Sllaml
monde and other precious' Stones | In I''loridn.:
)+ iA I>r. M. Souvlelle, writing to the Jack % former resident of Tltusvllle, was i T1t'U.s'V":111o.: :

since' tho establishment of our sonville Metropolis, says: town on Monday, attending to some law
: *************-**********: | Although; the world at large went wild matters. STYLES IN
NEWEST
J business In 18' 8, and direct Importers for more than 20 yeats. over Professor a few cures of consumption made John C.Jones of Quay,
by Huff, of Vienna, Austria, -Mr. and :Mrs ,

by Ms very -scientific method, and for who have been quite sick, were brought

3 z: =We save you the middleman's profit= :j* ,the which medical he Is entitled world, to and all the tne public credit at of to Tltusvllle, yesterday. Mr. Jones was Correct Clothes for Gentleme

large.; I would still call your attention taken to the home of his parents, Judge

cn nOj&r: i to the many cures that have been effect and Mis. M. 8. Jones while Mrs. Jones ----- - THE RIGHT STYLE is

>f .. WHITK FOR OUllCATALOOUK. ed In Florida, yearly, and yet the pressof was taken to the home of her patents, of tha things that you
the United States has as yet /given: It
Z. JKWKfcKltS 4lIMI'ORTEns. :: very little consideration. I have succeeded Mr. and Mrs. E. Wj Halland it Is hoped count on In our s, hi

In discovering: a new treatmentfor they will both Improve rapidly. Mrp. Clothes-put there to
:: 41 Went St. Jaekeonvllle Fla. :: stay,
Bay the prevention and cure of consump I' M.\. S. Jones and Mrs. D. B. Pritchn.nl expert tailors who know w

a. *********************.******************************KII. Lion, which I trust will prove far superior have been In Quay for a week or more, is.
to, to the style
treatment
----. -- --. .. ... ., - - ...- .. .- any adopted. licking after the sick ones.
present day. : It's worth a Rood deal t<> linir
Y. 3PIETTSS CHINESE PHEASANTS FOR I think l I&; but proper to call your attention -Among others on yesterday's: southbound your Clothes me right In tins ,r,
the Florida has
to fact that the
Successor to R. L. M OTLOW.C."h INDIAN RIVER. best climate In the world for the tioat- train were Messrs. II. J. Ritchie spect, with the right 'I"| i rat" '\

ment ot alj diseases of the lucre and respiratory postmaster of St. Augustine; W. W. tailoring and fit, as well

Writing the EAST COAST ADVOCATE organs. To be successful however Snow, town clerk; L. A. Coole, manager; You can feel.that way ab
( from Minneapolis, Minn., Mr J. A. Mo- to the fullest extent, the patient of the St. Augus'lno Ttansfer Co.; and '. + whatever
I dlsetto, who owns an orange prove and should be Isolated from crowded boarding d you buy herewe
winter' borne at Frontenao, south of Tltusvllle houses and hotels; they should either Mr. C. F. Hopkins, all of the Ancient ,,, solutely guarantee everyth

lays: save cottage or tent with a few congenial City. They were on their way to Anko- ', we sell. You will find that <

"Enclosed please find c'lpplng: show : ; companions, take long drives on na; where Mr. Hopkins owns a residence a. P styles are exact duplicates

ing what. our state Is doing In stockingthe the seashore spring; and summer. and and pineapple plantation and where the the fashionable
the pine woods in winter those garme
country with Mongolian pheasants. among ;
above will be the of
I will take down with me to Frontenao, able to ride horseback would do well to jovial party guests worn In New York and ott
enjoy this recreation one or two hours Mr. Hopkins for several days. l.fr.Oeo. t 1 cities and that
>r t h Indian River, this winter, a trio of old large our
birds, and will liberate them at Fronte- each day the very best hygiene: plentyof W. Glbbs, treasurer of the Florida CoastLine r, variety enables you to porfe
nac. I hope the Game Warden of Bre- rest and constant and careful treat- Canal & Transportation Co. ;.and
ment until complete Such a ly suit your Individual_ taste.
vard will help to these recovery.
county protect Mr. J. L. Cooley, civil engineer of the
birds" treatment as this, however, will be most Let us show you
9 successful' In health, resorts. The patient same company, of St. Augustine, will
The referred Is follows,
roAr-- clipping to as : should be ted on wild game, Ash,oysters Mr. and to-night. .,
\ "Present indications are' that In a few join Hopkins party rod, THE LATEST FASHIONS FOR FJ
I and plenty of eggs, with regular tonics cltioss p' bCo --- "
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L 1 t years Minnesota will contain a good
three times a day, before or after meals.I } :
Fine Liquors. Wines, Bears of stock the of Introduction Chinese pheasants at that,gamey us a result bird have seen a great deal written In the LAMP EXPLOSION. I sue w'ny I SUITS I from $8.OO To $25

Ales, Stout Eto. of beautiful plumage by the state,game In public my judgment press In respect, would to be camps great: This mistake Last Monday at 1 o'clock In the morning Our Fall and Winter stock is all in a

(|:2T-Send me your orders 1 1TITUSVILLE and fish oornmlSMlon as patients suffering; from this class when all of the Inmates of the Al-
and COCOA FLORIDA. The Commission has 'Hi: young birds ; : opened which is by far the largest and
for distribution In small of disease require amusement pleai-log pine Cottage were enjoying sweet sleep, up,
ready
I ----- --- to points in the state where quantities they- company, short sea trips, fishing and they were suddenly aroused", by the cry est line of Clothing Shoes, Hats Men's al
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be hunting. I have observed that frequent of, tire! flrell! Mrs. J. P. Wilson, who
Robbins & Graham Co. can hunters for guaranteed ten years,protection which the from law lea voyages; of two or three days' dura heard an explosion: in the sitting room Boys' Furnishings in the city. Everythii
I IT allow. them. Lion were of the greatest value.In insbed In to see what was wrong, and
One Price to All.
New. Prices Right.
"A dozen have been my opinion, Florida should become found a portion of the room In flames,
(Inflorpornted.) pairs just sent to 'the separation of the world, and it lain and gave this alarm.
Spicer, where they were freed on the ORDERS AS PECIALTY23ardware
PAID UP CAPITAL fJOOO.OOThl"compllnyown.:! the power of the press to make It so, andI Mr. Julius Kline wad the first man to -MAIL .. -. .
LB 1JOOacre estate of J. M. rtpicer. A --- - -- ---
L1 dozen be Alexandria hope In the name of humanity and reach the burning room, taking the
pairs are to sent to
truth that this great work will continue' water,cooler from the dlnlngroom as he
and like number
\ 311ST ZD S "The Stare a Commission to Fergus Is receiving Falls. and that the large; crowded cities "IIbe 'passed, and throwing Its contents' over : : ., stoves, Oils
< freed" from those who are affected bv : the spreading flames, which ,ID a short
word of successful results from the too(
m the Indian. Rivet Country; On the St. eggs distributed last fall. Young birds this contagious; disease. time were entirely extinguished.It PAINTS ('Ill 'CKERY, GLASSWARE,_ ETC
then discovered that
was a lighted
Laole Klver at New River and on Bay are being successfully raised at Glen-
; lamp, sitting on the mantle, had exploded -
wood, Mankato, :St.:: Peter, and Hutcbln- INDIAN RIVER ORANGES.
and caused the which
Blscayue. Prices to stilt the times'Send son. excitement ,
but for the alarm of Mrs. Wilson
timely A
'The Chinese nheasant Is an exceedingly
for Land List have been fire with r
might a big heavy
hardy and satisfactory bird,' said The editor of The Uomeneeker recently K _
losses the located off
Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. as Alpine just
S. I. Fullerton. 'It will do well In Min received a personal letter from Geo. '
the main business k eAl
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nesota when once established. Last W. Iolme.1.: D.. from which we take streetMARRIED tl'anw
winter, at the /be.: Paul hatchery, we the liberty to quote; "Never In our
East Coast Meat MarketTITU3VILLE kept the Chinese pheasants pens, and history\ have our groves looked better. AT MIAMI.On ( N' trhl
some of those bIrd. were open and some The cop| of fruit Is fine and smooth and +

protected. The bird. In the exposed promises to be up to the old standard of Wednesday, the society editor of: '
G. F.. DUI EN, A"ent.a pens did better than those In protected I famous Indian River oranges.; The the ADVOCATE noticed a chat ming young milt jm I rIfTI

pens. orange crop in the neighborhood of couple on the streets of Tltiisville who
f :: 'They are the most prolific bird In Faustina, Sharpes and City Point Is re by their actions he concluded were a
pa C'D the state. The hens average 20 eggs a ported to be larger than last year. The bride and groom. The surmise of our
ua.-.. ...... season, and some Individual birds lay-as same report comes from .Merrills I lanJ, society editor was correct, for the couple '9.,
s" many a. 4(1. The pheasants breed two where there are many old groves. It Is were Mr. and Mrs.. beth Futrell, who h
c- and three time. a year,'," safe to say that, take the Indian River : were married In Miami by the Rev. IIG. .
ss =>> country through the crop will be larger Porter, on Tuesday evening. The

->> Ar + THANKSGIVINGPROCLAMATION. than last year and the quality of the bride was formerly known as Miss Maude
fruit is of the very best Indian River Tewkesbury. The bride and "room-
Mry type. Dr. Holmes has three groves and who were all smiles while In Titusville

hilt output of oranges will be greater -left, Wednesday afternoon, for Sanford ,Wr r
_.. CAcI In accordance with a custom sacred In than last year. \Ve have heard It stated on their way to the Tampa Fair. to
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1 the memory of the people of Florida, I that Mr. George Chester, who Is one of have an enjoyable honeymoon.EASTERN .

ua.. s= hereby appoint Thursday, the 20th! day the principal orange. grpwers: In that
of November, as a day of section, has a much larger; crop than last Ad
FLORIDA. THANKfaOIVIM AND PRAYER.And year. There will be a considerable STAR.

I recommend to all the people of quantity of vegetables planted In that ,-
this State that on that day, In devout particular section this fall and winter. The regular; meeting of Friendship '
.THE ANHEUSER BUSCH assemblies their respective places of Chapter No. 11, Older of Eastern /Star, Wafer ::Hardware: ., .

worship, and In glad gatherings aronnd AN IDEAL CLIMATE. was held in the Chapter room,Tituavllle, TITU3VILLE, FLORIDA. J j

family firesides, they give thank. to on Tuusday evening. After the regular __ .. _ _
Brewing Asso's, Almighty OuU for the prosperity which business"' had been attended to, Mrs. O.
tills our land with plenty, and for a civilization In time the entire stretch of the Florida C. Hansel, of Minis, was Initiated into **..+.+++.+.+...N++.+..+.mN...+..+.+++++...*e*
which endears and consecrates East Coast will be thickly peopled.At the mysteries of the Chapter. She went
F. A. MOROAN, .
1'roprletor. Da. E. R. Druiril
Fatuous Ht. Louis Keg and Hottleillllear. J DnARxwooDRegistered: |
associations of home the present time there are many delightful through the ordeal with great fortitude.
And I further recommend that the homes along the waterfront and Delicious refreshments followed, and

Sold by Messrs..A.Lesley and people make ready for this festival with numerous\ prosperous farms. Opportunities the pleasant party present wended their
love, which binds all hearts and brightens ; that me now abundant must In way homeward: about 100::! p. m. .
R.L. Motlow.Tltusrllle.ria. time be closed forever. Those who take !
all homes; and with charity that
By Mr.H.i.. Motlow,Coooa,Fla. blesses alike both the giver and the receiver advantage of present conditions will de- GROWING SUGAR'' CANE.Mr. RED iiiluuu PHARMACY
MO broad that it shall roach Iti rive the greatest benefit by securing the
. JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., needy one In the State. choicest places at a trilling cost. The ,,
Uivon under my band and the Great assertion that the Eas)( Coast of FloridaIs .' A. A. Thompson, of Maytown,
w
Seal of the State, at Tallahassee Paradise regained U not far from the near Titusville is growing!! some very .
Solo Distributors the Capital, this 8th mark. An Ideal climate, summer and tine tugar-cane. On Wednesday, he i
day of November. In the yearof winter, autumn and spring:, fertile land) sent the ADVOCATE: a stalk of cane TITUSVILLE FLORIDAA
I 610] to 020 West Hay Street our Lord, one thousand which will yield enormous returns on measuring about ton feet In height; In -

[r.. e.j! ] nine hundred and six, and of the Investment of capital and labor, all this section can be grown some of the Complete Stock of-
J.\.OICiOV''L( :, F LA. the Independenoe of the of the pleasures that the land and sea finest sugarcane In the state. i .

Unlted tates the one hundred afford, and a location singularly blessedIn
r'r'III and thirtv-tlrst year. Its freedom from disease Is as near an REVIVAL MEETING. | PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES

West End Pharmacy y, B. BROWARU, approach to an earthly Paradise as can .

Governor.. be found. L0 Prescriptions Filled
Z with the
EAU OALLIE, FLA. By the Governor I Attest. I Rev. Wm. Stones pastor of the First
II. CLAY CRAWFORD, Baptist church, Tltusvllle expects holda Z Utmost Care and Promptitude
S. C. Hodgson M. D., R. P., Secretary of State. COME. TO THE EAST COAST, revival service in. Tltusvilla for one

Proprietor. '- week, commencing December 2nd. Rev. i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
Corner The ensuing winter promises to add Stones will be assisted by the Uev. A. B.
of and
Young Houston Streets.
CHURCH NOTICES. many farmers to the population of the Reese, an evangelist of considerable *.*....++++...++*.+...+.+.++......................

East Coast of Florida The Home- note. .. -- -
Complete Stock of Drugs/ and Druggist's says

/Sundries: Cigars, Stationery, Per Rev, J. B. Hawk will preach at Mel seoker. Gradually the frost-bound farmer E L S3R. CT
of the land where DANCING IN : RO
learning TITUSVILLE. & a
fumery, Toilet Articles, bourne, Sunday Nov. :M3tb.!: at 11 a>. m., crop"can .
be all the and where the -
Souvenir Cards grown year
and at Eau Gallie.at 7 ::)0) m.
p. "" DEALEPS! witf
r Candles, Etc. Thanksgiving service. will be held! at evils discomforts are nnknown.of snow While and Its some attending The Titusvllla Social Club gave another I GROCERIES GRAIN AND -
N cropsare nf their plea.ant.. dauces 'n th.. HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODU
11 o'clock on Thursday, Nov. 20, In the occasionally nipped,by frost In the bouse Titusvflle j : ,
Prescriptions Opera ,
Carefully Compounded. Rockledge Presbyteilau church Address northern sections of Florida, the southern It on Wednesday We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent. for MAPES FEnII.1
night. was of the
by the new pastor Rev. J. W.McNary portion Is Immune, and even tender dances this one and best-attended We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coo
formerly of Milwaukee Wis. vegetation thrives when the Ice King: be season everybody appeared era. Write na for prices on Grain and ., delivered at station,|
to having a good time. l" "T your
Hodgson Bros. Divine service at 11 o'clock every Sun rules In other States.ANTISALOON. E. L. BRADY &; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

day, In the church. _15. -- -- .. _
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EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. BAPTIST ciitrncn. \ LEAGUE. THANKSGIVING DANCE.
Services at LaGrange every lad;titioday Walker GrocerCo'

Marine Railway. at 11 a. m and 7::>0 p. m. "l"\; A Mass meeting was held In Cocoa, The Tltusvllle Social Club will give a

General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. /Services at JndlanoU( every 2nd'' Sunday Tuesday, to consider the best plans dance, next Thursday evening, Thanksgiving ..- Dealer In
at 10UO: a. m. and 7:30 p. m. to carry on tie wet and dry election and at the Opera house, commencing Staple -
..Special Facilities.. Services at Tltusvllle every :3rd and 4th an Anti-saloon League for Brevard sharply at 8:30. A large crowd and good Qzxcl: UPan.'O'ST': GrocerieFtruits :

Sundays at 11 a. m. and .:31) p. m. Sunday county wan formed, with, the following time Is anticipated.
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing School every Sunday at 10 a. m., officers; 1>r. O, W. Holmes. ot Sharpen, acid: Vegetables,

Yachts and Launches. and prayer meeting every Thursday at president; Rev. J. B. Hawk, of Mel :
F 7:30:: p. m. Rev. Win. Stones, pastor. bourne treasurer; and Geo. F. Paddlson A real and at the game time as we E3ayGxaic.: ar: .d Fe
Mention the ADVOOATB when writing. Eau: Gallle, These olE
secretary. -Your
all know, a wholly !groundless dread of Patronage Sollclted-
core were also appointed .. an executive
THE FLANAGAN-GRAHAM INJUNCTION riTUSVILLK.
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committee to appoint vlc-presldents. In American annexation Is snld to be at FLORIDA.

Stanley Kitching CASE. each district, which will be done at an the bottom of the revolutionary agitation \ ,.

d early date. which periodically crops out In S 'J NOR-TC
News TOT
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-Dealer In- The Miami s.iys Judge Jones, Mexico. Mexicans who have never >
'at bearing ID '1 I tII....I IlfO. on I'nesilav
a ,
FISHING BAPTIST MEETING. (:Successor
TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS been In' the United States & to
sustained the Injunction sued by Mr.I It. r adl1y be- Wagoner A; Co.)

Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China S. Flanagan la the case of FNgagsn vs. lieve that we have designs upon their -Dealer Ii-
and Temperance Drinks. Graham which grew out of-th addition Uev. Win. Stones and wife, Mr. R. R. country and there hare appeared reckless STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Chsudoln aud .wife and Mr W. N; HAY GRAIN FRUIT
The following brands of cigars deliveredat which Mr. Graham I. making to the and unscrupulous agents to foment ,
J.25 per box of 00: : Gramlynn, (merly the Everglade hotel. Chaudorn left Tltusvllle, yesterday, for hatred PRODUCE Oil"'ALL KDiDS.
Intltsnola, to attend a meeting of the against Americans by TITUSVILLE
Humbol.lt Key West Smokers, Premos, Indian her Association. working upon tM 1"*, fear. r.. FLORI.E31a.OkSt'X:1..1th DA.
Cremo Cabanas ohalskl. -----
Uentlstl')'.
,. Flinch Cards, :>tM.; Hand Made Palmetto :

;o- Hats, 33o.:. Dr. J.1V.NewmanDentist, of West It raying.Draylng : I>ray Ing! ; and Untiling. : cSc Repair: Sr-

4 STUART FLORIDA. Palm:Benou, will be In Tltusvllle for a ENNIS &
week, and can be found at the brick or hauling of all Ind. prompt AU kinds of draylng and hauling FORT. Props TITUSVILLE. FLA._

fC building! in front of the Court House y attended to. Meets all trains Stove promptly attended to, and Satisfaction ''
) TOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING H. will be pleased to see any one desiring wood for sale at all times.n. guaranteed. Up and d-Trtwkwv and Repairer--Horse Shoeing a specialty

remember the ADVOOATB office. any line of dentistry. E. HOI/TEX. TltusTllle. JOHX KETTLE:*,Tltnavllle. Give n. : have *"r special "tenUon-we pay freight or
your
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