Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 14, 1906
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00481
Source Institution: University of Florida
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TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. FRIDAY DECKMBER 1*", 1OOCK PRICE 5o. ,;



LOCAL NEWS, CONSOLIDATION.- Kline's: Clotliiiic. Xmas 1'rcaents.. I Improved Orange Hoses. (}('n. II. Fcrnald Hardware Co.


of General interest To Our last With the New' Look Joint Panel End
Topics Coast Customers. If you want good and up-to-date :Now on exhibition Over T>00 beautiful ))aale.'" In Wholesale) and Retail Hard- f
Heads which to the old 1
are superior
We aio busy consolidating the Walker Clothing for Men, toys or Children, Neckties and Silk HuRpomlers, made up warp, pal Ills, oils, Hash, doors, blinds, .

THE (ADVOCATE, Grocery Co. and the Walker Hardware come and see us. Our selections\ are expressly for Xmas presents. One tie style panel head. No cracks lit the lime, cement, brick and shingles. ,

'11.50 per annum, In advance. Co. with our other. departments the the best of the market. or one pair snspendeis to the box A corners. Can InrnUli them Complete Machine I Shops, all kinds of repair

,;.> six months, large brick store of J, R. Walker A' Co. Prices I assure you are more than most suitable present for gentlemen I with birch or patent cypress' hoops. III work on engines, bollois\ and Naphtha '.
12.00 an. to foreign countries. car lots or less.
per This stare has always been known as right. Price $.00, *!.->;% $1 SO, ti: ,00 each. liinnchos.' :

!niton l S. Brannlng, Hole Agent for the the Department Store, find so It will be Jl'LlUS KllNK:, Mall orders a specialty. We pay ex I,I We cnn give; you the Best flux on the Tin and Metal work, plumbing, steam >,

laves *:1.00 hats. when we have our stock all moved and Tltusvllle, VIa press or postage on all out of town market and save you mon..y.Wl'lte and !gas titling. n..tVork at lowest eprises. .
In place, for here for prices on wraps. ,,; ,I.,;
you can till needin orders .
Indian River State Bank of TI. every
The Co
W. A, MKFIKYPAY '
life. No need of trumping allover 'WiNsrov' : S. BUANNIVO: OttO II. FKKNAII !HAUIIWAUK Co. 4
vllle, are sending out some pretty -Mr. Wm. 1.). !Messer, of Eau Gallle, 1'tlatkaP'Ia. ,
wlars for 1907. town to get what yon want. Just leave spent Sunday with. friends In Tltusvllle. The Men' and Boys' Clothier, : Sanford Fla. ",

your Older at Walker's DepartmentStore Furnisher, Hatter and Outfitter., 1

OL CHESTS, STEAM ENGINES, : and all you buy are delivered at A NEW LOT OF CHLE+\SNIOERS' Titusvllle T Florida. MINSTREL PERFORMANCE.

iaDoi, marbles, boats;etc., Gardner's. once. fine Christmas candy at S. J. Norton's. AMONG THE HOTELS 1

CLOTHING DEPARTMENT -Read the new ads of the United -lr. II. 0. Utley was Ru. clenly calledto the limit :Minstrel's. sutUtlod a good ";'
Blakeslee and '
-Mr. C. W family, of sized audience tit the Grand last night Take note of the hote ads on our ,
[Haven, Conn., have returned to Here you will'find an op-to-date stock Paper Co. and Wm. Heyser, on our 4th Apex, near Raleigh, N. C., on Wed ; 7lh .
Illness In his and made !good the promise of Its manager I'aite.'rhe/
winter home at Rockledge.Rev. ofCLOTHING page nesday, owing to family.
lie will return to Tltusvllle In n couple J, A. Coburn.: ADVOCATE IH on file at all the

W. F. Allen, of Tltusvllle, left, GENTS.1 FURNISHINGS, Best line of Overcoats' In the city it of days. The first part was" rendered' with vim best hotels In New York city ro .
Winston .
e'.lay morning, for Palatka, to attend DRY GOODS, S. llrannlnlMr. ( and dash, and the songs were unusually
Piton. New York's Get your Dres Shoes from Winston t1.Brannlng. The New Travelers hotel, Jacksonville -
Augustus
conference of the M. E. Church MILLINERY.[ I catchy, and the singers In good voice.
lib In our well-known playwright, and family, The audience laughed good; n>ituredy! at hut been doing a nine tourist business -

: FURNITURE DEPARTMENT you have arrived at their beautiful winter Fine shoes at Brannlng'n. joke| that bare the earnnuk lit other of late.

RPEN'I'ERS WANTED at Sewall's ,I will find a large stuck or House and home and orange grove; at I1obeSol1n.l. comedians, yut were wore h repealing., The Sterling! close to the Florida
A Attornevs F. :M. Hudson and R. IT.
'olnt. Rood job for good; men. Office Furniture Our' A BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY of XVlas They consisted. of nu olln\ of thoroughly East Coast" Hallway Station' Titusvllle, ,
Lppl.? to S. ,.A. Mathews, Contractor, GROCERY DEPARTMENT: Ix Seymour, of Mlaml, ; and W. L Metoalf,
replete Presents nt the Red Cross Pharmacy, clever acts In which D.in Holt, the Is now open. Trv theSteiling when you'
of West Palm Beach were In Tltusvllle
ewall'n Point, Fla. with everything to supply\ I lie Inner Titusville. "Georgia. Cottou Blossom," John nOM, visit Titusvllle. :'
on Wednesday, attending to law matters
man. 'Nuf bed." Our an expert on the bones and t the treat '
Judge ;M. S. Jones returned to TI. -Miss Louise Powe. owner of a win before Judge Jones.DRESSMAKING Mr.I Charles Dads, of J>.'rtlan.ll\o., :,
HARDWARE DEPARTMENT: goods : Latan., wonderful contortionist, wore .-
vine! on Saturday. The Judge' ar-
fine Hotel mond IMS anlved
ter: home and orange grove at Rock- oislilor at Oi ,
were selcc..dI. h special attention to AND MILLINERY, featured. These artists deserved the
DUB duties as Circuit Judge keeps him train for tin season accompanied by Mr. ,
!ledge, was a passenger on Friday's ,
from home deal. the needs of fisher men builders, cm'pen- Mm. C. A. Krulder, Tltuhvlllo, Fla.Mrs hearty applause !given their unique turns.
iy a great en route from Boston to the above ploure )Davl-t., They spent 1\ d ry or so In Jack- .w
tens housekeepers m.d others. and !
,
Frank ll- ,
\ our Tinney"l'aderewski'.only'
-Mrs. W. D. G. Wine, and family, ; : .que village on Indian River. J, S. Stewart, who has been sonvllle, en route to Oriuoinl., t
stock of Ship Chandlery cinnol be beat. val," Introduced. tho loveis of minstrelsy .
for several weeks In Fort
visiting, past
a have been spending several weeks Shelf hardware of all kinds; Wood and Without, a doubt the finest line uf up-to- to a series of absurdities on the The Royal Palm, Miami, opened for

!h relatives at Waukeena, Fla, are Gasolene Stoves 11 unit,..'" and Fisher date Bots Hats ever shown In the Pierce, returned to TltiMvllle on Sunday piano and screams of delight greeted the season on Saturday lust, with Mr. _
and Is at the home of Mr. and Mr.
mat tbelr home on Palm street, 1'Ivine men's supplies. We do not city, made by Wm. 1'. Montague; Co., Harry Wlloon on Main street. his strenuous shorts to entertain. Henry W. Moirtll charge, as for many

BUILD HOUSES::! but we have themto $1.00, $1 50 and $2 00 at Brannlug's. The costume were elegant and the : years past Mr. Wm. Mo,\ullffe again
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Rent Furnished UnfurnUhe'd Call and seethe fine line of II.\wes' $:.1.00( holds the of chief clerk while ,
Christmas Is drawing near, and it is or ; or -Mr. E. D. Bentley, U. S. Postoillue! scenic and orchestral effects In accord Ii position ;

your Interest to advertise your holi- will furnish" your house or Feed and Inspector for this district, left for Jacksonville (Hats, both soft and stiff at Winston S. with the rest of. this pleasing entertain Mr. C. II. Roberts Is, as for some years '"

good, If you have any fur sale-be- Clothe you. You will have to /go elsewhere on Saturday. lie was In Tltus Brannlng's. ment.-Gieenvllle (S. C.) Daily News. past, the "First Lord of iheTreasury. t:,

e people Bend away. for what they for vllle the greater part of last week, and Wednesday evening, December 2(1( This highly recommended Minstrel Hotel Windsor; Jacksonville, Is already ..


j (ID the way of presents. ENTERTAINMENT, for It Is our found our pnstoffioeln first-class_ shape at 7:'JO o'clock, there will be an election Company will appear In the Tltuavllle doing a flourishing tourist business '

LARGE CONSIGNMENT: OF THE business to furnish all the necessities of of officers for Indian River Lodge Opera House, Wednesday evening, [)eo.IH and the house count, this week, ' /
The finest line of hats In the both
amore Seeman Bros'. White Hose life, and we leave the entertainment city, No. 00, at Masonic hall, Tltusvllle, when IHOU( Admission : Reserved seats has been a big one. The oiHoe force Is
ment feature to the other man. felt and softs at Brannlng's.Mr. all members to be tl.UO, General admission 7A cents und '
are requested present. "
oodsjiigt received. Try them If you a /good one, and In addition to the popu-
JOHN K. WALKER & CO. and Mrs A. J. Mitchell and Children :23; cents
rant the best. 8. J. Norton. SMOKING AND BOUDOIR SETS, IVI lar manager, Mr. Wm. M.: Morris, are the
The Department Store family' former popular re.fdentaof'I'I- O. Durant .
Yrs R. K. Breck has returned to tlallldkfs.Cutglass. GARDNER'S.Miss following: Mr. George room '
Tltusvllle, Floiida. tusvllle, but now of East Adams street For Bale, clerk; l\Ir C. 11. Montgomery, cashier; t
Pledge after a month's visit with her
Jacksonville, pleasantly entertained the M. Quarlerman, of Chester Beautiful Florida
Home
Mr, J. L. Claiborne, assistant cashier;
Igbter pleasant Mrs.home Sophia B. Parsons, In -Mrs.- Mary Lowrie and charming editor of this paper on Sunday last. Mr Shoals left here, Saturday last, for St.- At u Itartraln Mr. M. 0 Hollls, night clerk; Mr. O. W. ,
In DeLand
her
son, States Augustine, where she spent a day or so
xk E daughter, of Uennlugon, Vt, are again Mitchell Is chief of the United Spollman, assistant room clerk ;
Parsons, being a student at In their ..winter home un Rockledge.; Weather Bureau In Jacksonville, and on her way to Charleston, S. C, on a houses
Two situated the
center
sum University. Mrs. Parsons likes near Leland of the
one of his charming daughters (Miss visit of a month or two with her sister Mr. Sterry manager
land and contemplates buying a win- Messrs. Gordon Abbott and Fred of the town In Tltusvllle, surrounded by palatial Dryn Mawr hotel, noar Philadelphia ,

borne there. Eley, who have been hunting at Canaveral Jucllle) was born In Titusvllle. AN ENDLESS ;VARIETY OF HOLIDAY extensive grounds, stable, beat.lug; orange showed his !genial countenance ?i ,

ARE Club, left, Sunday, for their respective WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED a large GOODS forClulstmas aud New trees aud shade trees. In Tltusvllle on Tuesday. He had just .

' AGENTS FOR CUMMER'S'range homes In Boston. and beautiful assortment of HOLIDAY Year's Presents at the Red Cross Largo house has modern conveniences, come down from New York, and was

Boxes, quality the best, price GOODS. Come and see themat Pharmacy, Titusville, Fla. hot and cold water, bath and toilette
his to Palm Beach to In
w higher. Write JUST RECEIVED ONE HUNDRED on way get
for
quotations. the Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltu vllle. -!Mr. C. S. Clarke contracting agent electric lights, sis fireplaces and cistern. readiness the Breakers of which he Is
,
S, F. TIIAVIS A: Co., Cocoa, Fla. bushel New bean seed, Refugee or lOon
Contains down stalls five hall
tol. S. F. Travis A: Co., Cocoa, Fla. Professor Chas. B. Coty, of Boston, for Sun Brother's Show, was ID Titus- rooms, the assistant manager. Mr Sterry, who
-!Dr) and and detached kitchen with back lattice
Mrs. E. E. Rollins, former founder of Canaveral Club, near Tttus- vllle, yesterday, making arrangements Ilooking the picture of health, Informed -
,dents of Tltusvllle who have been -Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Chandler and porch, verandas, etc. Four bedrooms,
vllle, is now In Chicago, where the EAST for this show, which will perform In the ADVOCATE editor that his brother -
'oiling several months with relatives family, who arrived here, Saturday, bath room, closets, ball and servant'sroom
COAs'r? ADVOCATE follows. Prof Cory Titus vllle, Saturday, Dec. 20th.! See Mr, Fred Sterry. would return
Harry Oaks, Holly Springs and other from Connecticut, have rented CaptainJ. Curator of the department of ornithology their ad. next week. ; also large large attic upstairs. from Europe on the let of January t

w I In North Carolina, are expected I O. Walton's cottage .In South Titus- House Is entire y furnished, which furniture -
Fort Pierce on Saturday or Sunday. vllle. In the Field Museum of Natural rMrs Wm. M. Brown returned to Tltusvtlle may be purchased at a great III r- The opening of Hotel Aloazar, St.

Rollins does not like the cold winter History, Chicago, where be will remain from Miami, Wednesday moru- gain if desired. Range and kitchen Augustine, on SIltlll'd"yllut, marks the ;
-Several articles on the dry side oi about the middle of Janu.
ther of North Carolina until Ing, to stay a weok, before returning to furniture. Window shades and screen beginning ot another Bi>'*'ton In the Ancient
and will the liquor question were left out of this ary, before leaving for Palm Beach for I $
''Wily locate at Fort Pierce. Miami, where, we regret to note, Mr. go with the house. city. When the announcement I.I is
Issue for want of time to have them set the winter. and Mrs. Brown and will make I t'
,
family Tenant house In same grounds baa made that this palatial hotel l ready to

belt and, largest: line of Ladies', In type. All editorial matter has also For a Fine trunk or suit case go to their future home. Mr. and Mm. Brown modem conveniences, eleotrlo lights,: receive !guests, tourists ut once begin; to

alldron'g og'a. and Infants' shoes, at Bran- been crowded out of this l Issue. Winston S. Brannlng's.<< have made their home In Tltnsvllle for two fireplace and cistern. Four rooms /Hock there, and receive a hearty welcome l ."

Complete stock of Boys' Shoes, Suits, Go to Brannlng's for Hawes C3.00 flats 17 or more, years, and naturally they and hath room down stair, and two from the well known and popular mane ''

There will be a meeting of FriendP Pants, Underwear, Hats, Sweaters, have a large number of friends In this rooms upstair ger, Mr. Jo. P. Greave The place of

Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Overcoats At Winston S. Brannlng's. -Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler are section who are sorry to see them leave. Price for entire property, $1,000.If chief clerk, formerly held ,by Mr. Asa t''
*. ''a Masonic hall now domiciled at Hotel Ponce de Leon, Mr Brown Is president and general man- ..
Titusville TUBSMt not sold before January let larger Loomis, of the Murray Hill hotel, New
-The friends of Colonel Chas. ,
,the 13th of December, at 7:30: many St. Augustine, until such time as they ager of two bank In Miami, hence his house be rented for the New York, Is filled by Mr. J. Sweeney; ,
lock' P. Hoi ton of Boston and Bourne, Mass., may season,
nhirp. leave for their palatial winter home at time Is well In that city and
The recently elected occupied completely! furnished while Mr. W. .I, Hodiei: (tills the p,).ltlon,
"berB will regret! to I lear!9 of his death, which Palm Beach. ?Ir. and Mrs. -Including piano
of the Chapter will be Install. Flagler are he bad little spare time to visit his family of cashier.
for 41)I.00.( AdrellllM
* this occasion, and dues will be recently occurred. Colonel Horton was looking remarkably well In health, which In Tltusvllle-hence the removal to '
H8 WM, M. Bnowir
of the oldest members of Canaveral ,
ckd one I" a cause of gratification to their hostsof
The
I Installation of officersfollowed :Miami __ ___ 17-3 Tltusvllle Fla. ItcMldonce, Orange Orovu He.,
be Club of which he was president on friends along/ the East Coast. Although ,
by free and
a banquet '
two He bad been Holiday Goods. For: Hal e. iIj
or occasions.
members of the Chapter, as well as one Mr. Flagler Is 77 years of age
tag coming to Tltusvtlle for many years, and For Kent r'a
numbers we have seen older-looking men at 65.:
I of the Order, are re- always paid the ADVOCATB office a call The cheapest place In Tltusvllle to Fifteen acres In grove; ,Iol! :'>>ft. front on e

n"" to Join this! pleasant social before leaving town. CHRISTMAS:: GOODS HOLIDAY. buy Holiday Goods I III at the Novelty Ledgemore, Rockledge Fla., opposite Indian River; 8-room dwelling, furnish
log
In :Masonic hall, Tltusvllle.ur Dolls Guns Handkeichiefs Store. I. M. DOJJ oN'. Hotel Rockledge; a twelve room house, ed. Modern oonvenlnno,,, *uo." ".* bathroom Y

Aluminnm Toilet with stable and carriage; house, Artesian
POTS set
Wanted. toilet, etc. Both cistern and artesian S
Orange Seed Wanted. Games novltles Doll go-cart; Come And See well and a variety of tropical shrubbery water. Steamboat dock, two cottages u "

lr Orange ;Seed: :;; "Wanted. State Every lady on the East Coast of Flor Trains Travel'g Steel wagon and fruit. For particular address, for tenants, packing-house, '"etc.

and quantity you can furnish., ida to send us their order for a pair of Books case Maglo Lantern One Thousand Dollar. worth of D. P. MBUWI.V: ', For te.'oit, address or call on

GLIt: SAINT MARY NURSERIES, Queen Quality Shoes. We have just received Drum.. Bank Auto Album HOLIDAY GOODS. Milford, Conn. J, H. COAT ,

Glen Saint Mary, Florida. a large; shipment which Is by far CHAS. A. GARDNER, Phone :31. Fine Toilet Cases, House For Kent. Apll. Kockledizo, Fla.

the largest and finest line of shoes ever Hand-Painted China, :
t
Investigate shown la Titusville. Known the world Galvanized Wire Cheap. Cut Glass Ware, Furnished houses to rent for the season For Male k

'.... Hunter: over as being the best shoe made for We have several' ton of Galvanized Toy and Firework liXM.7. Best hunting and fishing on -

,* bave a ladies. Wire, No. 8, to Xo. IB, which we offer Price right. the East Coast of Florida. I can furnish :
mplete line here known :
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of Guns. My place as
,
, all out ISDIAN RIVED Duuo Co. ,
We or postage on : .
, 0 Cases, Leggings par express very low.. to close out. Just what yoc want.. Write to
and Hunting acres. Fronts on ilvfihalfmile from
orders. 3t Fla.
roitL" of town WissTOjr S. BIMJISISO' EAST COAST T.DMBEH: &: SUPPLY Co., Cocoa JOHX: K. WALKEU.Tltusvllle the Inlet and opposite he railroad station
,
housewife Eau Gallle. Fla Fla,
a wish : The Clothier, Furnisher, _ _-_ Cook Wanted.A ; ,adjoin Government reserve, on i
to call your attention to our which Is the weather" bureau lighthouse
,
and Outfitter. ;
!latter
Fruit arid Vegetables. Beautiful Winter Residence!
imported crockery also Mason's Fla. second cook, also colored chamber and naval wireless station; room dwelling \
I1Ilt' Jars Tltusvllle fit Florida
and Jelly, Glasses. 00 En- T Shipped to Marx Brother, corner of maid. Address "MM" care ADVOCATE: and packing house, both old, some b

BUlltlu Ware, we lead with a full line. ShotGuns and Kiileft. Bay and Julia streets, Jacksonville, I office, Titusvllle 1'laLumber.. For Sale Cheap. Ideal location on grapefruit: orange and gnivus: 3 acres of 4 (,

'.''t : Fla., always bring good result Their Indian River, near large hotels. ; all modern pineapples, In tine erudition, fertilizedand 1 ,'t
nl
a.all before purchasing your We have a fine line of Shot Guns and facilities for handling Pineapple., Grapo- Improvement. About one acre good: for 1000( crates next season;.

0ga1e"are. IUfl s. Get ready for the quail season. fruit Orange and Early Vegetable cannot with orange and other tropical fruit splendid hunting, fishing and salt water ;

ur prIces are right.HARDWARE Prices. ) are right. be surpassed. This I I. one of the Lath, Shingle and Georgia Brick for trees. Fur particular addressA bathing. Price $31)00.) 1

\V\r.KEB Co.Titunllle JAB PRITCHAKD Sox, oldest and most reliable houses. In this sale In car load lot;, St. Augustine/ MILLAR, HAL p HARUIJT,

Fla. Tltnsvlllef Fla. state. Try them. Lumber Co.. St.'Augustine, Ft*. tf Box 10, R. F. D. No. 0, Dallas, Texas. Jupiter, Fla.<










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Free and when a captive balloon wu? Installed


Accepted iiflL-i Masons as/ a part at tho of tho Chicago war department's world's fair. exhibit In WIlO SUE WAS rraEJ::: ..A..LTOSELFLOCKING

.
the following year Major Keber undertook

Home investigations along theMe

Indian ]j& rtfKIJ N' llnoo at Fort Klley, and other officers
of the signal corps undertook a limited

River "llIPjTO r ntusvllle amount of similar work. In 130B the

array bUlla military balloon In use at

Lode.Xr'A Florida. Santiago In chiirgo of Colonel Joseph

Hold ItmueptinitfitheiMiuoiiiianil fourth Wa< K. :Maxlleld. now retired. SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF LYDIA E. PINKHAM
.. the Manonlo Tempi
mutiny of aHcli month in
Vltus illle, at 7:ii<0 n'uluvk |I'. 111.F. This experiment In Cuba gave the
()omcers opportunity to Judge of
A. Morpcan, Wnralilpful Muter..lolmN. army
Wailor: Henlor:: Wanton I : the real p:)Hnlbllitlen of ballooning under
1'IHIIp W. ItolxirUi .lunlur, Warden. conditions. In \
actual cervIce gen
<*. ... Duren. Trtnmirir.J. .
I*.Oirruthori.i H' <*retary. eral their verdict was that the information
A.1'eliney Siinlor DnncinnPerry thus obtained was very small And a True Story of How the Vegetable Compound
O. Wilton. Junior Dea.'ou.J. .
< II. Walton. Henior rttewanl.M compared to the Inconvenience, expense .A..CKLE: : .
8. 8am., .lunlur HtewarU. and worriment occasioned by lugging Had Its Birth and How the"Panic W Caused T.
J. K. Walker, riinplulM./ '
ALoiilHy.. Tyler* along all the baggage and materials :
necessary to operate a balloon. The I it to be Offered for Public Sale in Drug Stores.

greutewt difficulty Is found of course.
INDIAN ItlVKU Cll/tPTKK NO. 87,
In providing gas In just the quantity
KOY/II AUCII I IMASON8.Tlielmllun needed at tho place desired and at the Thin remarkable woman, whose restore the family fortune. They
.. maiden name was Eetes, was born in argued that the medicine which was .
River fhnptor, Roya'l A roll Manon
.
time To meet this demand ELOCR:
meet! the/ llrot M e.lno.,\li a1 uf eucli month at tile required. Lynn Mass.: February Oth, 1810, com so good for their woman friends and
MiiHonlo Toiniile.! the signal corps) keep an, ample HU1>ply lag from a good old Quaker family neighbors was equally good fur the
The following aiu tho oflbBra of thin chapter of tubes for storing compressed For/
gas some years she taught school, and women of the whole world.

11.J.[.H.R.Walker Ham. Kxrollont, KlMic. Illicit 1'rloHt. and during the past year the equipment became known aa a woman ol an alert The rinkhams had no money and

It. N. A nil rows, 14.,1110. board of the signal corps has little credit. Their first laboratory

II.,A K. WilHon Morgan, Tai"Hfioreturv."
T. B.Humlur., < npt. of I font.IxiiilH generating hydrogen in large quantities herbs were steeped on the store

Al x,imlur.' I'rlnnlpitl. rtolotirner., ; for use In military ascensions.! gradually filling a gross of bottles.
lea. K rntcliHtt lloynl Arrli raptnlu.K.
M T"yln r, xiwlarnf riilnl' V. Detail* of tills work have been laid Then came the question of sellingit
J.N. Waller M..tor or Hnronil V. before Secretary Tuft and will noon be for always before they had given Is a new and great Invention, ns It ..,,'eallmf', money and labor. It will 1\

O.A,Ptewart. M.litter of time V. it away freely. They hired a Job horizontally upside down or at any" BI>fle. II In Impossible for the rope to
J. It Kim: )*, Buiitlnul.Oltl made public. In reviewing the work to off
the chief of the signal corps has report setting printer forth run the merits some of pamphlets the medicine when locked, and no lover or nipper rope attachment Is used in this lc\

>Klt OK KASTKHN STAH.Frlemlnhlp ed to the secretary that experiments now called Lydia !oJ. PInkham'sIVegetable There la only one'hoist, lower and luck t the load and It is Impossible for tho ro)

Cliiiiiter: 'i... ll.hohlH ltd innptlnittlio bare aluo been conducted In the method ; Compound, and these were jam or chafe and there Is nothing to get out of older In this original tackle bl,

utonta l.iiilun ''ruiini TiriiHVlllM. nil tile of refrigerating Illuminating gas as distributed by the Plnkham sons in May be seen at the ADVOCATE olllcc. Tiiuttvlllc; The S. 15. Ilubbaicl Co.
lint antl third. TnHri.l'it: In eauh month at 8::110I of from Boston New York, and Brooklyn. .
means separating hydrogen
in. The following are the. nllluer,) of tlie a E. O. Painter & Co., Jacksonville.
0 hap tenMm. other constituents. These experiments The wonderful curative properties of ,;

O. M. Ilnliblnn, W, M.! have not yet been fully concluded( ., but the medicine were, to a great extent
Ji.hu It. Walkur' W. I*. for whoever used it ,
self-advertising, .
Mint* CathnrniH "AatiMHHoolata' '' M.Mlxa are being! curried. on In conjunction
recommended it to others, and the demand . .-
I Kate rttuwart,i.oniluclrH ii.Minn ", J
with civilians who have been making
,. ,' '
.liHHlo H.unler, AimiNtlaM dm.MIHM gradually increased. ;
ZiilMllo, 'Stewart' I're iHiirur.Mrf. a special study of such matters, Plans j'
In 1877 by combined efforts the family '
II. n. VVIImin Mixirntary.Mm. and HiK'clllontlonn have been received ;"
p., A. Morfnii, Knth.Mm.J.K. had saved enough money to com
. Walker, Ada, from a commercial company for a by mence newspaper advertising. and from

Jllr.Mm.=..M.,Kline<.Hurlinu, Ui: 'tor.Vm. | .'iir, Martha. drogen generating plant, using the re that time the growth; ( and success of

L .J. II. Hum. *, Klnctaflins. Ilelll'rntlve'steaul and Iron method. By the enterprise were assured until today

B .'II."rMothoKuotillol.Walton, Wanler.J. .. this process It U claimed that hydrogen and Investigating mind, an earnest Lydia I!:. Pinkham and her Vegetable -
I (
II. It.<* WIlHon.Mariihal.Uen. . can be produced. at a cost of less than seeker after knowledge; and above Compound have become house fifilij

I M. Kuhtilim, Cliaplaln. 30 cents per thounand cubic feet. Hydrogen all, pOHieaHed of a wonderfully sympathetic hold words everywhere, and many
nature.In tons of roots and herbs are used annually
obtained the of
by electrolysis
in its. manufacture
_ TITt'SVir-I.K' CAMP MO. 141 water, or'tho sulphuric acid and Iroix 1843 she married Isaac I'inkham.
a builder and real estate operator and Lydia E. Pinkham herself did not
method., has also been used in balloon
their early married life was marked by live to see the great success of this THIS

experiments. prosperity and happiness. They had. work. She passed: to her reward years SHOWJ
For emergency use In ballooning and, four children, three eons and adaughter. ago but not till she had provided THE FRONT

for experimental: purposes the signal means for continuing her work as

corps/ Is now arranging for the purchase In thone good old fashioned days It effectively aa she could have done it OF THE

of two chemical substances was common for mothers to make herself.: WALTONPAT.

which will produce hydrogen merely their own homo medicines from roots During her long and eventful experience THESE ARE OUR

.>y the addition of water. Samples and herbs, nature's own remedies she was ever methodical in her BLOCK PATENT LONG-

/ inve boon already submitted by chemcnl calling in a physician only in specially work and she was always. careful to pre
Me.. nr l tradition and serve a record of case that came to ROLLER BEARING
teVKry tan< third Monrlay In end' nnd. have occasioned urgent cases. Hy experience every
month tit a p. in., ith rpi I at tbe Jlla.olO'" concern axood many of them gained a won her attention. The case of every sick
TOIUI.| ... deal of Interest. One of these, derful knowledge of the curative woman who applied to her for advice SHEAVES.

Cnn.ul Ouiuinanitflr, ..., . ... .. ..Harry WlUon known as "bydrono," produces three properties and there were thousands-received
of the various roots and herbs.
AdvUur Uoutomtut .. ... ....f.K.Waiknr
Hanker.. ... .. ,... .. . .. H. C. Cuuklllllf tact of gas per pound, while the other, Mrs. Plnkham took a great Interest arefulstudy and the details including
.... .. .. . ... and results
Kfioirt: (1 I Mamluvll.o 'hydrollthc, produces as much as fifteon symptoms treatment
Clerk ... .. ... . .... ,J I,.CarriulierWatohniau In the study of roots and herbs, their were recorded for future reference, and
.. . .... .. .. .... .J.N Wallni feet per pound. Until experiments characteristics. and power over disease.
Bentry ... . ....,, . ... .... .J .n.t.uul.. have been completed under a She maintained that just as nature so bo-day these records together with .
JPItuctors.. .... .. ... .. .. .. ....J.t..wll.ulI in the harvest- hundreds of thousands made since are
R K rylea and H ,1.Nortoi variety of conditions army officers are bountifully provides available to sick women the worldovel'
Camp Physlolan . .. .... .. . . .... K.K!:.Rulilni" unwilling to express any definite opln- fields and orchards vegetable foods of and vast collaboration
icf All vUltlnft WcMMlmen are oonllally Invltea to Ion as to the dependable value of these all kinds, ; so, if we buk take the pains of information represent a regarding the .
attend theMILITARY meetlnK". to find them, in the roots and herbs
chemical substances when used treatment of ills
1.. new of the field there are remedies ex- woman's which for
under actual service conditions pres"ly designed to cure the various lu hentlcity and accuracy can hardly

I BALLOONING Most Important In the recent study Ills and weaknesses of the body, and be equaled in any library in the

of aeronautics by American army officers It was her pleasure to search these out, world.

I 1:1: the fact that the nlgnal corp and prepare simple and effective medicines With Lydia E. Flnkham' worked her

ias ordered In France and expects to for her own family and friends. daughter.in-law, the present Airs
t'inkham. She Instructed rgQg( )( IL
was carefully:
American Signal Service Studies inve delivered at Washington; In th.neilI' Chief of these was a rare combination .
In all her hard-won knowledge and
of the choicest medicinal
roots
future a huge military balloon orhe
for she assisted
and herbs found best for the years her in her vast
and adapted
Experiments. : moOt! approved typo. All advanced correspondence.To .
cure of the ills and weaknesses
peculiar
!Ideas regarding military balloons have to the female sex,and Lydia E.Pink- her bands naturally foil the .

TESTS MADE FOB GENERATING OA3Ileculti been developed by French military ham's friends and neighbors learned direction of the work when its originator ,
I men. No other nationality has beau that her compound relieved and cured passed away. For! nearly twenty.

able to keep! pace with them. For this and it became quite popular among five years she has continued it, and

reason Lieutenant 'Lnhm's recent victory them. nothing in the work'shows when the Walton-Ymton Patent Roller Bushed Sheave
of Keren A.oent From >'Ut .
abroad created all the more Inter All this so far was done freely, without first Lydia E. Plnkham dropped her
Aclil. JlI...., lu Which Two ArmrOlllcvrn jen, and the present Mrs. Pinkham
est nUll furprlse, us Indicative of theprogress money and without price, aa a
InrlclMitrd. of Mneh Inter. being made by American .ar. labor of love. low the mother of a large family, took

r.t-IlTrnnt %.1.nr> on Vain o( my ofllcers. The mastery of the art of But in 1873 the financial crisis struck capable tup. With aa herself women, assistants the present, some Mrs.as

Dallaon In Modern Witrfnre- Dire navigating the air In balloons bas been Lynn. Its length and severity were too Pinkham continues thllll'reatwork.8nd

Mllltnrr Hitlloou Ordered In Vrmna ttttilned more by the Individual effort much for the large real estate Interests probably from the office of no other

For tine! ol Slrenat Carp*. of ''tlm ollicers theniNolv\ than by any of of the business Plnkham family, as this class person have so many women been advised I
suffered most from
: I
of how to regain health. Kick women
\ xceas> governmental encouragement.fow .
The recent endurance contest between > however, the war department fearful depression so when the Centennial this advice ia "Yours for Health I
dawned it found their
year prop
bnllooiui starting from V'ttsfleld ias contracted for this complete modern erty swept away. Some other source for freely It. given if you only write to ask

!, Mass.when one of the balloons. military balloon with n capacity of income had to be found.
Such Is the of
history Lydia E. Pink-
carried two American army oillcers, of 7,7.10 cubic feet of KUS and all up- At this point Lydia E. PInkham's mm's Vegetable Compound made

hna proved of much Interest to the nirteitauces. so as to afford energetic Vegetable Compound was made known from simple roots and herbs I the; one

members of the signal corps and to Bel- olIletTS ample opportunity for pursuing to the world. great medicine for women's ailments,, iil

I their Investigations under tho most favorable The three Rons and the daughter, and the fitting monument to the noblewoman
entitle hi tho government depart
men
( and up to date conditions. Both with their mother, combined forces to whose name It bears.
. ments, writes a Waahlufftou correspondent
I Major ICeber and Captain Chandler volunteered ___._.__. ____ ..
York The u -- --
f of the :New Post. for the experiment recently

army Una never heretofore devoted nuy iimdo nt Plttstteld and from this evidence Fewer UnlloimVeir; l.otiecr'*
1 lie I'lrkwlvlc .'81'..*.
great n mount of time to special work of their Interest It Is expected In 1
In aeronautics but a number of the officers hut they will pursue their Investigation firm of t'liiipninu with enthusiasm lunpei twice nit long ax lend unit oil. .
havo studied the subject slight even greater ; .y
hud In mind 1111 1 ldi':" for n uemonthly

ly. In past yearn. experiments have ,vheti the government conies Into possession publication tu which wrrc to be pro-
of tho great airship now buildup I>iido County Luiul Tor Hale.
been carried on mainly at Fort lUley, iluccHl gome luimormw <>uvtiney nport- ;
In France.Tho .
&: Kan.':: ,, but more recently. slnoo Fort lug plattM by Holiert Seymour, an artlnt -
p French balloon lu which the For sale/ cheap, th" northeast quarter"
ri .,' Omaha :Nob., him. became the field more Important .\merlcan experiment then In iimcli ropiite, Hull culled of HontlieiiHl. quarter. of section 3, township I
'..' for the signal Buohczperlmcntii upon IMokenn to talk the matter over :M8, Month of II e"pt clone
headquarter! corps, will bo made In tho coining year has rnnee: ; to
," and 8UK have on
as have been made an envelope of eight-weight silk, val"nlf'lhe.l -
supply tUo letterpress, recuuntlnir the So Luole Uiver; -40 Rere .
0 been undertaken from the latter post.la and covered with a radio salaro -
comic odventun 4 nnd misadventures Also, the northed quarter or northeast These lonjt Holler Cearlug
tbe front I'lttsOeld preparation to the silk. Sheaves which are looked upon all tho <;rel.'
trip starting preserve of the Imaginary Nlmrod club. Aa quarter. of section 18, township 38, anti-friction roller
bearlnR In
the other day tho balloon Le> Centaur This U: believed to provide the best Dickens knew nothing of sport, ho felt south of raneeit enM; on south fork ofSt. the world, are without canes to hold the rol'-
combination so fur discovered for luurli Luole Klver 40 pace, and therefore aie far more durable and than
r carried Major Samuel Kebor and Cuptain ueh n scheme would hamper him too ; ncrcK Apply toCIIAS. run'wlih far less Motion

Charles I>o Forest Chandler Of the >3 durability and lightness ofweight. much to allow of bis doing justice n. WALTON, old-style] cage. The sheave casting I :( are made solid, standing double the itral:\
; There U a possibility that the Tltu..vllle Flit the skeleton Iron sheaves.
Igual corps, U. S. A., and traveled thirty either to himself or hit publisher. To
Vmerlcnu army officers will make a
miles before making a lauding luIteuuluKtoii. secure the unshackled freedom which
urthcr test, though, with one of the old
Vt Tho competing bal lie desired for his 1'f'1he said it would FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE.IN
:aptlve balloons now owned by the gov
loon L'Ortent ntado a record of fifty- lie better If the plates were to arise .
ernmout, of an Invention brought to
even lullon before descending at Jamaica heir notice some time since for out of the text. This view bring THOUSANDS: OF THEM: SELLING IN THE NEW ENGLAND I:TAfE
pro-
Vt. The nrst named car reach agreed to. Dickons gnjs, "I thought ofMr.
autlouary use In war. This Is the BREVARD ST. -For all klnda of
ed a height of 0,2iK feet, while the pilot Pickwick nnd wrote the first number LUCIE AND businesses where a Tackle Block Is used-
somewhat remarkable Idea of attlfhIng : -
11 of the other otic claimed to bnall- of tho nerles now comprehensivelykuown DADE COUNTIES.
to the balloon at the point of grent- ..
ceuded 8.0IK feet The pnaHQngern In n. Tho PickwickNo 1'ul.el'1J.' .
est circumference on n line parallel to L\NP FOR SAT.R, "'*t. Lnrl nnd Padoiiiin'lvfi
La Ceutaare considered the object of lwil|>'li>n if l,,nd: West '
ho broad aluminium baud
car, a !!!
1 their trip accomplished. highly sueceasful Opium lu Cliamltrrlaln'M L| iif northvaat l.i uml WON' ''j of nnii>hn .
which In of accident throughleakage
frotu. wcleutltlc Btaitdpolut and case CoiiKli !ten ed)'. .t >f, *ra 1J, townnhlii :TJ. range 30, Walton Block C(
of would convert the
envelope Self-Locking
I. ( will make a full report to the chief gat 101 20 10() acruK, si. I.nclc' county.U"e .
otllcor of the Brigadier Into a parachute and Insure the 'I here-a. not thelrn1 rlanfr In giving | ..t of n<.. lh"r.' 4 4 "pi| went }jif
signal army '
: nafo landing of the' aeronauts. All ( 'liittniHMliln'a ('niiirh Hrmnrtv In smnll' ...nth*.-... Vj.nrc. .1 l.:'. ..>* n-l>lp 32iBnvp.TO
pfj General James Allen. .il'dr' it MM it contain* r o opium' ; ,ir other ) .. 404 '
those recent xcleutltic suggestions will |ttnc( >i .S' I.i.clo Atlaatlo Avenue. .
That army otUclaU, while holding dlverKent receive consideration at the liaudj of Ihiimtnl drn\' I' lin. .. Itn pi>t..Mli>lidlifniiH >Wtli.-"..' |" ..fn. uihen..i jjj.county.two 3, BOSTON: MASS
views its to the practical value Inn lOt moif Ihnii m .. .
-
tlilrty astbe -
y. :w ----
t tuMith. -- .
the signal and It is confidently I rmcB 41 enst -- -- -'-
army corps ; ---- -
of balloons under actual service conditions nil at nicci'K-liil nitnllclhe In UK* f..rcol cl.>..e to O. K: Wood's plucappU plantutlon ------------ --- --
lu warfare are determined not to expected that the victory of Lieutenant La bin abroad and tbo experimental ; acres, The Test 2SGro'J'e's Yeai
permit the French army to hold all the C'nea and U pleSHiint in take.Chlldieii Dade county.Al .
I voyage of :Major lieber and llko it. bold by All Denleis.
honors la military uerouautlcs was I n, thu norlhpltA' l of northeiMt
I Captain Chandler will be but the fore-
W Id. townnhtD Si
shown by the success of Lieutenant rra. smtrh range
ruuuern of aerial demonstrations which 41 ea..' on south, fork .-f M. Lncle
I Francis 1*. I.nhai, U. a. A., In the recent Job Printing.Do .
I International balloou '.ioo from will give America hlfih rank lu Inter- river; 40 acres, Iad. county.Apply .

rurlH across tbe chuimel nnd a constdrable I national "'"utlcII.I not force th* f.tct that.at the Ar- to w. A. RALL. Stuart. Fla.JOB .

I luto the Interior of .:nar-I I VOCITK office Tl'uavllie, we rto job
distance
A man's health U something! llko an prlntln of all kinds nelul..eheoaplJ nodxpnlltlonalv. Tasteless Toni
.,n
in nctlre Interest: In the po.iHlbllltlei ofsliu to get back but when wont a llttla It liillheads\ Eovelopen Tairs, and all other Ihlo office *r rmmopiihlo ,..tl'''. Give

bailou4 lu warfare slue 1803 may be recovered. kind. ut. share of jour work.

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COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLK. FLA. DECEMBER 14, Uiu6. 3
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08 T1TUSYILLE FLORIDA PANAMA CAt ALQUILDIUGHow -KiTABJ.ISIlEn 11':1\1-: \ g

g :T.: :tr: :::: :RO: : sON d<:, SON:: : ., ttGo3mmission
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o Don't neglect your cough. : A Favorite Spot In a Favored the Work Is Being: Rushed : : : : oroJ.1nra.1:: ;.

Secton-The Famous East | at the Isthmus. 13(1 Kant lbiy.ntl 1 and Atlantic: Whaif CIIAHLEH1O.V; S. C.

Statistics show that .in New York City !: Coast of Florida. I
RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT: YOUIt 811JP IES1'H OF'u u

alone over 200 people die .TWENTY STEAM SHOVELS BUSY.

every week from ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER. I --

consumption. "g" In K Month The.a Uvnvmml About Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples

I 2O.1.0OOnr.l.. of Hark nn Just the Place
'tQI to Fit-out for a Cruise
And most of these Down this Far-famed River. i I Th..1 on Purroll-Av..rlt In IIhl"IluII| | to us you have the satisfaction\ of knowing that you are denting

consumptives might > M e .Number of Men Alvveys: .t Work with one <>r tho oldest. and most reliable commission houses lu Charleston
Fine Fishing and Hunting
be 'living if i.:.tlm. v : now they had
not :
neglected the ne town of Tttiisvtlle li situated on RiurK
the Florida Boat Coast Railway lat
warning cough.
IQtc I The twenty Bteum gliovelM, ou the 1'':. HI. litH" ,\ IU', Ocala. I"'".. K: M. n\\:01" IU. AllliiirtxUlr.''
miles couth of Jacksonville, 145 miles
4> Fiimuim cntml proper eO: "ivnte,l about. U'nll"I1It'1IA greats m nv pi n>..fi8bollovn Wnlen fiy sulbhctury ; think the host
north of Palm Beach and 212 alien I have received
thus
JGR.CtiO l ) ) yards of dirt laud rack In Sep h., lit-Mcr icHiilm, mm he laid\ mm won
You know how quickly Scoffs $ I north of MiamI. The Tltuivllle branch tember. August showed :215.000: yards, by shllgnnu| | 'ihell' ' good oniiigt' nnli nod! It, \VIIITN\II,, A\..... Perk, Kin..Niilfs k"

of the defunct Jacksonville Tampa & UlOI'Ovol'klnll days than poor frul' Mxiih I hove cnii'tuil v : viy setlmilao"iv.| | Yon have clone

Emulsion enables you to throw off a oii 111.'I. > l I" ofurniiRHM vo.il'nut( ; sin Sony II..at.1 I did not ship
the Florida East Coast Railway Co., September ; I\nllt gives me |IHHHIIIU) to eat nil lilY oranges to you. ,
cough or cold. <0> This shows progress, amid< na the drysell..on hat I jmir sales, acre eqiuillv uagro'd!, end 1
also rum into the town-this being the Imrpn, KU.
,
nuluitiiuUiil Increase In many liiHiuncf" better 'Mann tle bud
a
terminal point of that branch. There approaches sales reoelvml from nUll he.. n houses I Your safes are more hAil toitlsfnctory.
several from 1 li expected writes u Panama Thank you ever no much lor excellent .
-I) i are trains arriving dally Hppiuoliiie Miur pl.ompln..llan.1. |plensant l your
( ALL DRUGGISTS Jacksonville and Senford during the correspondent of the New York Herald buainoesTelttlotsandtake plunHino leturns. You Intvo, done) finely

Iv 4t'; ... AAAA ............ ...... I season. under date of Oct. 0. Thoru are 80O bin recommending my friend, '' to ship I to jour L\' 1.11: CII lC"TF.It. "'Augustine., .."..

- - --- .._- .-_. ----.vyvVYVyv..vtr'- - - .. _ _. .. I As the county seat of Drevard county flat cars and 300 dump oars lu line now buttes, We thank you for your (nod pi\Ices ob-

Oardw.EO. - - - It has a cOllrt-1ouse and a modern with 1,000 lint care to Como down from C. a..:. KIIANKI.IN Kl..liiiiiio<>, FlH.lentlninun tl\hwdlblll Kunsou end l (nompt returns! y .I
.
'
processional Application! Hope to continue another
for shipping
1'nntell.: : year.
jail building, with rarely over two or tho United States. There are ISO: ) now ( :- v onr nalps hove been
I three inmates. The population Is over locomotives, most of which have, been very IIl\tl".II'I"ry. You have nullvd ne w. it. N, fhjr Point, FIH.

fader Roc s <>t cimp.' toss, Laws or Florida. sot up t\n.ll\r Int .e, with forty more mole money for mv shlpmcnm then any; Your Males 1mvo l > U. ROBBINS, 1 TOTIt'E,; H HKlthMV: OIVKN! 1,000. Illness Is so rare that one doc. We work and
: THATfAltV! bought In the United State. (H her lioni-e t hut I haw Hhlppeil tn. Iniipivolnto iippiecUiu your good
1 StewartpurchnenrofTitnevllle'ruwn'rex, tor In I town finds ample time to act as / amid to ivtiiiiis. Hope to do a goodbusiness
your piotnptneHs huge juoinpt !
1 Yriillimw" 17, data, the 3rd day of lOUt nt Culobrn the force him just flu- |
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR. Ortolwr A. l U. I'KM! ,, liw tiled said oartlHoaM In I Justice of the Peace ant Notary Public (shed rtH-elvliitf and storing 10OOOO< do a laiRe. business next muisnu. with you next year n
iiilluii\ mid .
I my has mae
a"II.ntlon. for tax
AT-LAW. deed. tn ,Lane In aucnnlanre with I..... Said besides attending to his medical pounds of dynamite but ns there la be- _'U __ __ .. __ _u. ____ __ __. u. __ ___
In State and United States, unillllcate rniliracuH, tliu tollnwlnic dmtnriliuil. practice while the other finds time togo ing u8t'1l1r.o.ooO( pounds a month a new
Vill practice property ltuutfll In the town ot'r'tItRvlllo. lire- I
Court. vanl, Kiunity, Florida.til-wit, : hunting. supply will norm be rt'ntilreil. Mason M. Clark Co
Siiiuh Its ..r Lot 12: .loMiiirvlllaaililltlnn' \ to Tl- II Here is virtually. )) the bead of the In- In Uatun there lit one steam shovel at :,,
tlla"llIe
SlHtl" *. 'ro 'n"l''P' ** South Range
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. MThe: .t' dian River and the favorite point for work ou tho lode situ excavating tor .r

Ieauanceof| Hiiiil land mii-h liehiir rtltti-iita.liHHeHKed, In at the tile name data oftlia of K I fitting out and starting of numerous the heavy uiHonry foiindiitlon necea- Commission $$$ $!> Merchants,

L. GAULDEN .Mofiru. L'nloaealdm'rtiauteshallLieredeemed. cruising parties during our balmy winter cary for tho Immense looks that when
'cc..rdnp: law tux dun. will Issue thereonon completed will let chips down to or - --- ,
; as everything to
the 17th day of Dticeniln.r A. JO. Inns months; necessary
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Wltiipm ullli-iiil | dare nn,1 I Ie..al raise them up( from the Atlantic ocean
HUM day of nits Novumlier 11/11 D this the comfortably equip" a pleasure yacat, lOll( ( Went St., and ALL KI.OKIDAOUU
I Will practice, 10 all the Courta uf the State [('t.I't. Soul ] A. A.1'NIB.I A.STEWART. | can herd Ole obtained at the most reasonable level. Two more Bteiim shovel will be

\ rioriila and tho TTnlWI States C urta. Clerk Circuit, (Court llrevurd County Irlorula.Notice . prices. This Is evidenced by put to work In Gntun as quickly as 110 Miiirny Stieot, VFUETJnr.'ESNKW :
track* can be laid "
|l.OBo.liM. TITUSVILLE. FLA. the fact that the same parties have YORK Sl'ECIALTY.
ot The department of engineering hud
Special lUeetlon.ABPECItL .
been coming hens annually for
I many
construction hoe about 13XK effective
J. >VKIil. winters for that in preferenceto
purpose,
men at work ( which means fully and
,; KLK'TIOVSHALr.: HB HELD l1w. Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples.
r ., I'liiintv' Florida' Imi'einlier any other point along the East 17,000 nmen on the payrolls.( The ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LA IK. A. I). imm.. I. tn iliridB, whether time Kale Coast.
or other d..portl1lt"nta hove about 10,000 . -
- -
-
InroxIIMIIIIIK llquorx, wlnus or liaor shall he -
the Coiirtw of the 7th
In
I Will practice prohibited. thnruln.ot To the.southeast of Titusvllle Is tie: effective men which means a worklnforl'o ;

lid Nail rents Tuealaid and accounts\ for eel llecteil.IIIUSVILLK non-redirlentg. ,lMtenifl..raiiartlclimrln ami Hhiill lutvetlivsunia,: 111 said eiertlon iiunllll'iuMoimami dial I here wide sweep of salt water bay (about of about 23.0JO1It'n., with 30.000 J? :Ruhlxrvan: & Co. s

|pmmnqulaitmie> to mtlntc! .lu in all eleciloimumlHr six miles In width), formed by the wa.ters nnmei on the roll*. About 78 per cent .
FLORIDA Hie !gen ral eloutlon' law. of the labor I I..* effective a
of the Indian very
At mill elect on the had, lot IIM.I l uliiill Im a plain I famous River Here small 3fll: Washington !St, )1 NEW YOUK.t. .
whit piece of. paper' and huvmir written or. flailing, wild duck shooting Milling percentage III and A heavy pert"ntRlitef Murray: }J N. Y.
printed nn one chile then. of olilinr "For Aelllnii"
IEMMIXG3 tit ANDUEWd: <>r"Auainnt Smiling.TimeOlrpertolsahuil. and rowing can be Indulged in to the >engaged louflng.
: lie painted'1 and quail- heart's content of the moat fastidious In the course of two years the chief ,
:
ATTO RXE V3-: AT-.\\V, fled a* in cause; of .Ktmnr.il.. eletitlon, and they engineer;: experts to have an effective I !
shall oanvuMi the v.cmi o -t, and nuke line ru- sportsman. r
rnrimof the sumo, to the County CominU loner working force of 250OO: men In the department Oranges Pineapples
On the ocean beach, nearly In a direct -
FOIIT 1'iKitcK: :, FLA. wlthnutdotay. I of engineering and construc ,
The lloinl nt County Com'ni...ion ni hall line east of Tltusville Is Oonaver.
meet on Dureirlier-a. \. It iidifl.' for the nnrpoiia I tlon. Small lots of Onllegns are arriving
TEPHF'f.E.:: E. FOSFEIt, of declarlnir. ranvamtiiiK thu:; nwiilt.the returns of geld election, and: al Club surrounded by over 10,300:> on tho Isthmus now, lend :Mr. Stevens and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. G,

Tim :tollowuiK. limpertnri; and clerk of electionare acres of (land. This property la ownedby Is pleaded" with their work lie

ATTOHNEY.AT.J.AW their hereby respective. appointed. prori..nuts to conduct i said' election m I some of the most prominent and expresses hlnisHf as \twlng a bellevet We represent several of the largest idnppers In your !State: and wish to repreaen s,

Jyal-Upchurch lluIWloj(. .,ax.JACK80Nvn.l.IlJ. 1'rorlnct No. I-LaU.alll/'e-R. Rocker Henry wealthy residents of Boston who come In the employment of West Indians, .
Carllle.lt. It.l'h..n.I..ln.lnpoutora. ; <}. li, (l..nlner. south to hunt every winter. Oallegas Chinese, Japanese! and Italians you also. Glvo us a trial liliment| Established 30 yours. t

FLA.A 1'rerlnotNo.2-Tlnmsvlle-C.clnrk. : \ R. !!Stewart ". The cool, refreshing> health-giving, anti does not believe In restricting _ _ __ m __ ___ _. .. ___ _ . U' __
II. ,hove clurk.H N, Olailwln Inspectors; O. A, Stewart I ozone-laden breezes wafted across from himself to the workmen of any country -

STEWAUT.FInE Precinct No. 3-City Point-H.F. Meal, Wi H. I' the Atlantic Ocean and the broad bay. or typo.
Sharpe' Ueo 10.j,; Chester, InKpfrtora] :. 11:. Swln- In the ,division of building and construction G. G. McCLINTOCK
INSURANCE sun. clerk. are one of the most enjoyable feature
there are 3.COO men at work
I'reulnrt Nn tllockl.cJl'o.1.. Moore A. W. of this phenomenal location. ,
I Represents only and reliable Eunice. .'r.I.'I.I1"r. Inspectors; W. O. I'ator- constructing houses.' There are ICO
strong Hon, clerk There Is a Ia.rge.rea of primeval
companies. Treclnft N... a-Kan flallle-P. A. McMlllan..J.R. house planned Including) fifty In Oa- -SPEO.IAI/1IES3-! -
Watlitu. W. H. H. OI..lI8ln. In"p..ctunl; S. K. forest and prairie land beyonil the tnn twenty-three In Empire ten In
| Office coi ner Palm and Pine tleots.TITU8VILL Watts clo.k.1'ocllI.t northern southern and western boundaries -
No. fI-\1.lhln.ne-C. J. F.Cainpboll I Las CiiBftidas and forty-two In and
:. FLORIDA. \ H. Onlln, C. H. Stewart umpeutors; Sam Mar. of Tltuavllle\ awaiting, the advent around Culebra.:
tin, clerk., of the thrifty settler to till the to 1 this division had Southern Fruits and Vegetables.
ITccliiot No. T-M,iliilmr-O<>c>. W. Waxlilnirn, Up Aug./ finished
W. I I'. Arnold. F M. .KoreHt Innpnotora; V. A. fertile soil\ which now abounds In 1 639 new houses, with 123 ready for
GENERAL DIRECTORY. Drnke,clerk Here be found tur. tho finishing touches. Of the number
Pre.,I tint \o. 13-Oeorsrl n*-Tame Tuttle 1'. game. can quail
H. IV.ttfeld,1. \V llruner. Inspectors; 1':. V. key and deer hunting to suit the moat finished nineteen wero hospital build- 315 NORTH FRONT ST., rillLADKLIMHA.
U. 8. SENATORS. hell, clerk. There twelve hospital bullil-
ardent huntsman. ings. are
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Precinct H-Me.rIU-J. D. 8am, W. R.
IP P.'altat..o.! ..... ........... ....JarViinnvllleJlMallury Sanders, A. S. Huinuhrey, inspectors; 1>. 8tCliilrMnbet lags under construction. Of jails. there Write for HhlpploK. Stencil. ,
... ..,... ... .. ., .Fenaaoola. clerk. Titusville has shelled street, electric .
There have -
fourteen. been -
U. 8. CONGRESSMEX..tkClark Preclmn No. I"-.am..ral-. M. Wilson lights a reliable bank several fine are repaired
Howard Holme,J. H. inspectors Ooo.Quarterman and made fit tor 1,100 of
Hogan ; occupancy CAI'ITAK 10..0)0-EXPEKIENCE;) ( : 25 YEAn
brick stores Board of Trade five
. .. City. ,cl rk.Prei'lnue a
t.Rparkman.r.| ... .. ..Tam a. the old French buildings Up to this.
i>0 it-Haulover-J W. OrlflKC. H. white churches fisheries tanning
large a
|..1.Lamar,. ....... Mondesi NmmanT.ItCmukInapectoreWm.[ Watton. time (Oct. 10)) 1M'division of building'
U. 8. LAND oletk.1'runlnct. extract and palmetto fibre factory, and construction hits used 30,000,000feet
OFFICE.
LlChnbh, . /,' .. Jorgensen.fuseph No. IIfI..oo.J..! Wllllamaon. :M.,inspectorsChae Herndon. ; Lara. an Ice factory law and real estate offices of lumber It Is expected that this Courtin & Golden 'Co.

I.0.R..hln.on.. ,.... .. .. :,. .. ..'...Reuelrvr.UHlces ChrlHtlamion clerk an opera house a wellorganisedband year will BOO .the crest! of activity In
at Florida.
Oalnesvtlla Ihrinnluct No vn-Hanvan-R. H. Stewart! ,
EXECUTIVE DEPARraIENr.waken Jam es Hagen! K. W. Cauron, Inspectors; 8. A. an armory shooting' club a large this division.

l, II. Drowanl......Gnveinor. I Onteeu[ f'lork.Selll n. A. COMCLIVO.Chairman : and comfortable hotel overlooking the The zone municipalities are DOW( prepared Fr1.11.1: ; nJ.nJ.1.ss1.01: :: : :: J.v.Ioroha: :: ; Hi s
CIij Crawford .......Secretary State. Hoard of County CnmniliialonerR. bay besides a number of boarding) to take care of any Ore that may

|.P'II' Ellin.*"ott. ..,..,..... .. .Attorney-oeneral..... .Treannrer.[ Attest A. A i Stewart, Clerk houses in various parts of the town. start In tho buildings of the canal. 8S; & 87 FKON1'! HT., NEW YORK- t r

''atec'motn'", ; .... .......... ...Comptroller. The facts as presented should bare Cristobal and Ancon have paid fire
I. ....
kmlln
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mmlfi8loner
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J k) n..llowa.'.>. ...Supt. Publla Affrloultnre IiiMtriictlon. WANTED. -Hy ChicaKO wliolcnalii and mall a tendency to direct the attention of departments properly equipped with SPMCIAI/riESi-OICANOKS! ( IIA IMJFKUIT ANI PINKAPI'LKS,
..altnnl[R. toster.... ...Adjutant-General order hotim. aa.ltant manager (men or woman) prospective visitors to our chemical engines hose wagons, steam
n R."II""I." .Hurvejur-denoral 'for thla county and ailjolnlnu: territory. Salary many cosy engines and trained fire horses and We solicit your conslgnmuntB./ Mt-nclls and musket U'|"'ilfninUlird .
tAle.' ... ...,. State Cliemlnt. (!'Oandexpennen paid weekly ; expense money town in making their plans for tie:: electric ,
... ..State JCxanilnar. advanced Work pleanantj;po.ltIon permanent.No I Cristobal will 90011. have an Ore on application ,
Jltlces at Tallahassee, Florida. Investment or lutpenence required. Scare I winter.We alarm "ystem.Somo : '
FJ.OIUD.LF.GlSLATURE.. time valuable Write at nnoeforfull partlculara have a fine Masonic Hall InTltusvllle I of the '?
Important
and enclim"Helf-a'ldreB.nil envelope. Address, buildings,
I I PUlwewwi('IW.oii\ ,Mlnml. .. . .. .... ..Bunacor. U"n..ral1.IOII"or., l.:<4 E Lake. St., Chicago. where Indian River LoJge : such as the hospitals and hotels are d

Fort l'lerueltepre.eutative. No. 90, F & A. M., Indian River chapter :' equipped with stand pipes nail hone, '1 !r'

l SUPREME COURT JUDOE3 Royal Arch Masons, Friendship and nearly every residence on the stone ,

Larter.M.iliry ,i( ". . VeooiateJuetfue..Chief .Timtlce. Chapter No. 11, Order of Eastern Star; bus a chemical fire extinguisher ready I I 't'I
t: :::: ? I
Twlw ., ..,.... .. and Tltusvllle Camp No. 141. Wood for use There are fifteen volunteer ') '. J

R.\I.R-\J! COMMISSIONEIW.nllr"wn men of the World meet regularly. firm companies, with a membership of -..'" 9

man .., chairman.. ....Key Went. twenty men each under the direction' J
ftdrn ERRYSeeds The East Coast Advocate la published -
Purr, . . .. \....rlttle IUv.... of _
GDlin: :n' .-.. Klsslmmwi. every Friday morning and by a a trained paid fireman In thesepast .
n ''''Bpk. ., .. ...... . Ia.'t.on. seven months there have been Where find Shield Brand Shoes
Igaarten, and onioes, at Tallaltaesee, Flo. glance through Its advertising columnsyou you

CIRCUIT COUKT.ajiVn" $ can easily aee who are the prominent been twenty-four serious because Ares' none of the of extinguish which; has it is a safe place to trade, because

;Tltnuvlll.....;...Circuit Judith. j-rov- twir! worjh\ at harvest merchant of our town-men who ere they are sold by reliable merchants
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lnrWTrl1"0'' lr.wecntlnr .
< Attnrney.f.1I"fTo.onFollrth Afteroverfiftyyearsof who
|! Monday March .'( t.ina. are up-to-date' citizens ''and' are Colon l Is beginning to see Its way out everywhere. Be sure to ask forKiser's
.Fnll.thlontlay in Octolier.C'OURT. ""Ii surrel3they: are pronounced asking for your patronage. Read the of the mud and slush Front street 4
:r.;<, th"t} amid surest by careful
RREVARD COUNTY .. Your ads on every page very carefully. has been paved with brick Its entire Shoefor
"WII", ............ Tr everywhere. King $3.50
0tlrIlea, .Prn eoJutlOK- County torney.Jnilit! J: ,\. "-U) them. 1907 Seed Sample copies of ,the Advocate will length and the work of macadamizing t

,''County: Clerk.amrTenn ; !t, fo.'; An.1 f:';" on request. be sent free to any part of Canada the side streets \hI belng'pnshed. There
and
,. :: -R-*,>ojd,nnd i'nci Minufay; :' In.August.;. 'w I>. 'M. r.:IIH V til t;0..l>.trlt, Mloh. and the United States upon applica are eight miles of newer yet to be laid, men, you Made yourmoney's
1 "'stetTuriecond' tion. and It will be tho end of the next dry. worth. in 37

MondayNnFebruary. Benson before this Is completed. and all the popular e 4
Co.
Willie & styles
John
CO!'''iTY Tfie Sterling practically new, having/ *
ll SCHOOL BOARD All of the Fox river section tho low. '
"1""" operlntendent..TltueNlle. LOUISVILLE. KY.EitobllllMd y, been entirely re built during the put. eat part of Colon has been tilled In Leathers, Patent Colt, Vici,

t. /I Arnold' MalabariR.' E. Mime, mlFURS summer many more rooms Hdiled. pica with coral and Gun Metal Box Calf etc.
Alterm rei J. A. Carter Turnbull.COMMISSIONERS. 8'-' fee....eI , COUNTY : n. Installed and ball been completely refurnished being made to pump nand along the
t\, C kl K a' vlcoommodariunsofthebest. back part of the town Its entire length.' M. C. Miser Company v\
clml"
"to. an, TIHman Wm. R. .
If. w. i, It".vUel, John R. Mlot. Indlanola; 'and Hides. The Tltimvllle Livery Stable has a When' thin Is done Colon will lie the fityle JTS.Pat. fi
j r..>CUI'r.; J. Coclcilmtt Lf- wsN.e" /fine lot of homes and rigs, and pay most desirable residence place on the Manufacturers ColtBInotMr. j
Co---"
curies' : j, are held ftret Monja. .? ..MbmlA"D - special attention to the tourist and the Isthmus of Panama It will be a won oIITLJlNT, GEORGIA f'r

Rr iportumnn. .. derful transformation awl will represent
D COUNT OFFICERS. HELP IS OFFERED The Titusvilla Graded High School one of the greatest Achievement
I.? mW'Vi' *'. ... .iCouney ""dlfe. has an efficient corps of teachers all of
Lltsarl,; i + \ ; ... .. IT.s Atry. :' nTiXV YOUNG PEOPl.ficr hold of the engineers and sanitarians.
\ II,,Hi rf tavllle. .. ...County Clerk. .. ... nomntterho whom tlrRt.grltde tnaehera'seriph
t IIyonnnfpor IIII.
',::1.1 I Ti lit l1allle. ..Tax A..a...... >!n or education,who wish to eaten, and has a school term of eight -, ,
her means
nR"aq. I Ievile''Hie,. . .. "....fyjf Oillectur: .... obtain>; i t i I,I..i: UBh bualn_tninuiic nnd gooa potlon *\- month Here the chlldien. are given;\ In bin attempt to Improve time potato l
4 Pacer, ", 'ville.' ..Superintendent.1Paen Tiiant to v rite by first will for our great lulf-imM loittrnctlon! free, aDd prepared for col. : Lather" Burbank has planted specimens t
'1118. CountySurveyor. offer. ?u c ".!nda-wnd'mrcan'i.i prob VI fortune leglike courses, u..lllrtM.1 moral oou- of 12,000 different ,.
tNon" I ? are gunrantee.L Don't dale l ,. Writ,today. dltlons and associations varieties of the EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE ;
Tltuevfll.RojletnttleoOma.dT ,! the C-AJ. tuae.e Coll.tf*. faces. Cae tuber. To people who know potatoes .

:rts1:! \ 'ILLS: TOWN COUNCIL only' as plain Irish and sweet their" Infinite

:ar, mayor .f. WHY USE OLD STYLE: BLOCKS, Croup.A ,
; X. Waller marshal variety .. above suggested:; will
all Kinds and of
.J. ''. Does Description
Jahn' Knnla. clerk and treu- .
.. best Self-Lock ,
ty. tax .... when vi>u can buy the reliable medicine and one that prove a revelation.
I br+a"i L\"rt', '"ril.'pritcbardWJnl! lug Tackle Block at nearly'the same should alvrajn. be kepc In the house for I .
Ina;h1 ahl..rruan Tbe council. mmuTrn Immediate use Is Chamberlain's Cough
each Now In use In the United
month price. Kemedy. It will prevent the attack If Good Honda for Indian*.
R SV" .<.*: BOARD. or 1RADE.!: 8tales Army and Navy Department given" as soon *. the child becomes The Indians of the Cboctaw tribe In JOB PRINTING

Jr:,, It Presldent M. Dixon tr..u- Examine: them at the ADVOCATE office hoarse, or even after the croupy cough Indian Territory have formed a good .

t'ettueapa' Zir::"t t Moond room*W. dtbelr Tttusvlll, papears. For sale by All Dealers. road association. ..






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EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLR FLA. DECEMBER 14, 19W( _ _ _ _ _ _

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SEND FOR YOUR, CHRISTMAS LIQUORS AND WINES EARLY !





Here you will find a partial list of what we have in stock ready for instant shipment. If you do not see the article you wish in the adv


tisement, just mention the fact and we will ship it by return express or freight. Our shipping facilities are the best.


All orders are filled the same day they are received. _ _
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I I GENERAL LIST. I I GENERAL LIST OF CASE GOODS. I if/Il7/; r',,r' pp'id :' TI




I For Customeis who older by Keg, Jug Lewis' lflt( !per 01\.1t U ..j'iftil $12 00 Club Blend Scotch Whiskey, our : / / .

or Demijohn, and Cane G tods', Pure Hye Mount VIOl nun, |per cinte 12: quarts 111( 00 own Importation, per case. . 12 00 iJt.iY

'and lioul bon Whiskies. Hunter, pel-cane 12 bottles. . . 1200 Sir 'Kubeit Burnett, Tom Gin, 4PFJAl:

; 1 Wilson, per case 12 bottles. . . 12: ()HI p' r case . . . . . . . . 1200Sir ( r'v'
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Per O"'l. harper, 'Per cane 1:2 bolll '" . . 12 00 Robert Burnett- Dry Oil, .

6"QTsoooik Miller life or Elm Creek Bouibon .1 1 fio( Old Crow, bottled In bond, It: |'er ca e. . . . . . . . . 1200El ) )

$AO Old King Rye \Vhl key . . . . . 175/ :
bottlea. . . . . . . . . . 12! 00 Bart Diy Gin, per case . . .. 12 00 ,, .__ .
2'k---- 1 Fleetwood Rye Whiskey JCX. . 2 00
I Old Hermitage, bottled In bond, Imported Port per case. . . . 1000 Q4fl .
r .:L Indian Ilili lOt proof 3 years old. 2 f 0 ) ;, ,
4p 12: bottles . . . . . . . 12 00 Important dberrj, per case . . 10 00)
p Land f Flower XXXX . . . . 3 00
Mellwood Bomboii, bottled In. California' Port and Sherry, per '
Wallace's Re Whiskey, . . . . 8 00 4 ,,
i. ., bond, 12 bottle . . . . 11 (COMoncrltf caHtr. . . . . . . . . . 3 00 Lti 4 81
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Old LogCabln..3 HO
Bourbon, b -tiled In CUiet, Imported and domestic. Send
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Canadian Whiteflje..8: 150
bond, 12 qual tll. . . . . . 10 00 I for regular price list
.. Winchester Rye . . . . . . . 3 00
Gnckenhelmer Pure Rye, 12 qts. 12 00) --
Pride NelHon County, Kentucky. 6 00
Per Case. Guest Western Champagne, per
Pure Baker old. . . 4 In reference to this
Rye, very . 00 Whiskey we wl-
Till* Whiskey Is distilled at the Edge: Old Marllllle French Cognac. . 16 00 12 . . . . . :. 1300
C1III DlH'illery' and la filly rammed lu .Wellington Rye. . . . . . . . . 3 BOHchuylklll Old Three Star Hennessey Cognafl 18 CO Case quarts to say to our friends and the public ge'

I won.) before b"UllnjC. It IH abxnlutel/ Malt..2: LO Old One Star Martelle Fiencli! 21 Pints . . .. . . . . . . . . 10 50 erally, that we baveireserved and stem

ptue and not excelled 1 In quality by any Cognac . . . . . . . . . 14 00 We handle all Imported champagnes. away a large number of barrels of th
whlttkov of I the samit age, no matter Cabinet I'uuellye. . . . . . . . :2 00 brand from year to ;year in order to gh

wheie produced.The Green Brier, Tennessee . . . . :3 00 ,the same a chance to fully mature I

I Sylvan Glen is 7 years old l Early Times..3: SO SHERIDAN CLUB. wood.

White Mills . . . . . . . . . . 8 Oil ,

When' bottled I and cormlderlog ltd exoellnut Parsoll Rye. . . . . . .. . . . 300 All orders should be accompanied b
. quality, Is the cheapest whiskey Sheridan Club is. one of the very best low price whisking on'the market. It Is either Currency, Postoffice Money Orde,
i. In the market at the price we ask;, >s Old Oscar Pepper Whiskey 1807. 4 00 made from good, wholesome mateilal, piopeily matured and aged. It Is sold Bank Draft or Express Money Orde
a beverage, and as an absolutely pure at these very low figures in order to place within the reach of all a good We refer to any bank or any merchaiIn
B stimulant, nothing better !I. to bt obI grade pf whiskey guaranteed and the very best. that can be produced at the Jacksonville as to our standing an

I -tained. price. Four full quaits delivered espies! 1'1":3 73; 6 quarts, $-1; 12 quarts 8. reliability.

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:I EASl CiAbT ADVOCATE. I (J luil i man protem; F. A. Morgan! J. H Allot. T. J. Cockshutt, A. A Stewart, Cleaning and J>>reMslnJ:. jAUKS. PBITCHABD President: Wu.' M., BROWN, Vlce-Presidi
Allot, I'. J. Cockidiutt, A. A.* Stewart Clerk; and J. P. Brown, Sheriff WINSTON S. BRANNINO, Cashier.
I Clerk; J, N. Waller, Deputy Sheriff.On The Board adjourned until 2 o'clockp.
UUI.ISHKD aVERT FBIDAT.Kntereil m. Deo. 5th, woo'! < All work done np-to-date. Call andO
motion the Tax Collector Is hereby
ordered to correct the tlgures In the The Hoard met at 2 o'clock p. m. Dec. me Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor INDIAN RIYER STATE BAN!
at the I'ustufllco at Tltunvlllo Florida, Baiber Shop, on Washington avenue.
tax roll for 1000( wherever such errors (Jlli, 11)00) Present : J. F. Wooten Chairman
ss necurul-cluas matter. occur, and that he be paid for .such protem ; F. A. Morgan, J. K Mint, I
-- search and work necessary to correct '1'. J. Cockshutr: A. A. Stewart, Clerk ; Dray tc. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
H. WALTON, Editor A Publisher.'wisumny
CHABLCS and J. P. Sheriff.
Brown
such errors, and that the amount so
paid the Tax Collector for said work. be The following bills were examined and Authorized capital, $100t
oI UaltAL 1>.VOT D TO TUB DBTBOPMBKT .. approved and warrants ordered to be Draylng hauling of all Inda prompt-
Paid
deducted from the amount due the Tax up capital, - $25C
o ow TUB IXDIA RIVER, LASS y aitxmled to. M'i' till trains move
drawn for the this December
Assessor when firm I settlement la made same, on
Average $200C
wood deposits,
for sale at all tlm"
WORTH AND BISOATNB BATSBOTIOKS 4th 1000 H.
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for 11)01)) ) assettsraont
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n. K. UOLTKK: TI'iiBTille.
I These bills were crowded out bv the
On motion the Registration ollloo U
t J. 8. Department of Atfrlcultur transferred to the old Shei:: 'III'II olllce and rush of perishable matter, and will ap.pear ---- Transacts a General Bank

Weather JJiircau-Jupiter, Flu the office now occupied by the Regis.t.t.tion In our pext issue Shoe Uepalrlng.I .
officer is given tt> the Tax Assessor, There being no further business before Business.
and the Sheriff Is Instructed, to purchase the Board at thin time, they adjourned .
do all kinds of boot and nh

Thetoflowingis a comparative statement a table and desk and four ofUce chair to meet Saturday the Sib I dy of Duo and do not forget It. Opposite Jan.Prltchard !
of temperature and rainfall for the aujtable for the Tax Amtossor's use. iron;, at :2'l:: () o'clock p. m, for lie, purpose A ::ton..NIREW OIIISON )1 Largest and Oldest Bank on the Ei
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4' week ending 'ruesday Dec. 11, l00tl.1 ( of piepurlug the ballot boxes for )'
TltuHvllle, JlaGuardiun'ii Exchange bought; anil "sold on all Foreli
of .1. Gore '
Report K. anperlntendan
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\>0(!- -1900DATS. the Local Optlou election to be held on -
MAX. MIN. MAX. KIN of the county farm, showing/ be had sole 1>eo. 18. 1000. '- Countries.

/5 7T "7 73 (l.j produce from the county home,. during; The Board of County ComrulsHlouers' Notice, of Intention Patronage; appreciated. Prompt nervlce. J P
n I W 70 74 07 the mouth of 1 eo. 1IHHJ( ( amounting to met at Titusvllle this 8th day of Dec. to Make Application! for treatment and every favor onnolotent with
7 82 01 73: ((15 $2t.32:!, was received. loot;, at 2 o'clock p. m. Present : J. It. ervative banking granted.COR.RESP0WENTS .
8 1i: 07 71 fl8 Report of John Power, cattle aDd Mint, J. Wooten.. '1' J. Cook hllt!, A. Authority to Sell ,t = :
0 70 CH U8 M( beef Inspector at Cocoa, of beef butchered A. Stewart, Clerk; J. P. Brown Sneilff.J. .. I Lambs: of Wards. Empire Trust Company, New York. X! .
10 78 70 ((18 82 at Cocoa during the month of Nov. F. Wooten was chosen Chairman The 8'lor"llNatlllllal Hunk of Jackmmvll<
11 80 02: 71) B2: 1K)0) was received. protem. IS BEREft HVFN THAT ON THtf Jacksonville, Fla.Notice .
Total rain fall for the week : T lncbeDeparture Resolved, that the Board! of County 1'helloard put the ballots for Local NOTICE ilay l of Juutmrv loot at 10 a. IIi... .or an "r TUS"7"ILI..E ui. &.
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from normal rainfall for the Commissioners, of Brevard county Fla., Option (election to be held on Dec. 1toOtS. the. uiKlenlgiieil.asOiiHntlan noon t tb..r..all..r as petitioner of Kt-lit ran h W.heard Stewart h_ _ _ _ __ __,
week: minus .o:; Inches. Departurefrom adopt a seal l to be used by said Board, In the Allot boxes and sealed amllocketi Leon C.: Stewart, luabel K. Stewart and
normal rainfall\ sInce. Januay 1, and that the goal have the of the ballot boxes and turned them HiiitlD M. Stewart minon, will apply to binIliinor
profile an ..
H. K. WII" '
: I Inches. over to tbe Sbeilff: to be delivered to the County .hiilireuf llrevnnlrountv. Pineapple
ii.0:
plus Indian head, and the following wording Florida at III* ofllce In 'rltuuavl le. Plor- to Growers.
HAL. P. HARDIK, Ofil clallu charge. on the dies of the seal: State: of Florida, Inspectors, of the respective precincts. lila. for aiithorttv to well the Interests of sail
.i Urev.ird, County, Board of County Com There being no further business the minor Klurlilalx In the folluwlug liiuii In Orevaidcuuuty,
Bond adjourned to meet on the 22nd ;
ralstdoners.
Comuienclnfr at tho SouthweHt eornor of I.ntNo.
COMMISSIONERS. day of December A. D. 11)011) at :2 o'clock HI, of Hliic'k ,
COUNTY Bond of John Ileurv, Treasurer was Nn.2 aueonllnt) tu the |>'liit of
p. m to canvass the return of the.Local the vlllaKe. of Lan (Jallla from thence run bitterly Wo ask )
approved. Option election. on the'line illTUIIiio: sail lot Hlxteen anil you to write us for sninplcs] ai
Bond of E. W. Hall, ns Tax Collector, Ninth street iU fe..t. from thenrn Northerly at
The Board of County Commlssjoner was approved.' I rlu-ht tuiKlu; with Mntli ntre,t.75/ feet tlmnre prices before ]

I I", met at Titusvllle, Fla., on thin 3rd day Bond of W. II. Hall, as Tax Assessor, blED AT MIAMI. I feet WeHturly to hun I rtinnfiiK alley, parallel thence, Koutlnrly with Ninth along atteet the SJ placing .)rour order.
of December 1\10.1\ ( p. wa approved. I >:jmt tide of nl Presouti K A. Moigitn/: .1./ H. Mlot J. FWooton ' Bond of B. R. Wilson, as County ironmm'omimc. Haiti. tract of lent befntr nltii.
'1', J. Cocksliutt, A. A. htowart. Judge, was approved. Mrs. Marsh, of Nashville, Tena was ated ,".n Lot III of 'Hlook; aenoriUnic tu the recorded We can Make it Interesting
I. nlut or the village of Kan Oalltx, ant t*
Clerk; and J. I'. Drown, ShorltT. Urport of C. T. McBride, Justice of a passenger on Monday's southbound Rlinateil on Section Id. Tuwnahlp 27 .""Ih.
r :. On tnotlou J. F Wo>teu wait chosen Peace, of flues and costs collected dur- train en route to Miami whole the Range 37 Kant Salt" plot lielntf 011tIe ant ofraoord The QUALITY
ehl'rIUIIO'CltJ'm' for the present session lUll ho month of Nov. lOttO, amounting body of her husbnnd-Mr. VV. F. Marsh, In the often of the Clerk of. the Circuit\ of our goods is the be
Court,of lirevanl Florida.BKI.LK I
of tho Board. assistant general; passenger; agent; of the county
to 28.08 received.
was M.
I STEWART! ,
r The minutes.. of the last regular' and Clerk's report of tax redemptions Rod V "hvllle, Chattanooga and hr. Louis. 17-5 OiiHriltnn.Live Ask any of your uc ghlors. We will ti
. I adjourned meeting of the lloard were purchases for the mouth of October, Itallw"y-wil" waiting t.) be shipped, to
read and approved. received I UU late home. As far as the ADVOCATIC and
L The Board proceeded to revise the was The Clerk of County Court presented editor emlllllearn, Mr. Marsh was supposed .....' .. ..................I .

I lieuUtrillion books for the I.ocil Option his pay rolls for witnesses paid at the to be suffering from acute bronchitis Save Money PINEAPPLE.
election to be held on Deo. 14, 11)0(1.\ The November term of County Court, 100(1( and liver trouble, and went to Miami i you on WRAPS
. ,, Board examined I revised time, Registration amounting/ to *UO (K), and the annie were to try to Improve hIs health; but Wnjitecl i
; I books and tlnd that there are no approved. lie was too far gone for the climate to do --- Let us bear from
... : requesting sai
names to bo stricken. The following bonds, for'' carrying repeating him much good, and on Sunday last he you
: The Bouid, made up the ballot for the titles were approved and passed to the great beyond. Mrs.I Marshwas pies and prices.
Local Opt Iou election, to be held on Deo18th iHsued: permits accompanied by her son, Mr. .lames : . :

1Dil\ ( ( and handed In to the pilu .', W C. Hopkins, Winchester No. I'. Marsh, assistant superintendent of -
ter, with Instructions to pilnt them 2,17101:\ Cul\ .18; M. B. Kode, Colts No. the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph I i '. 11ialors. i oJ'J'EO' J? :e=:'EE 00...
The Tieiixuiers report was checked up| 5JU07.II: (:iil. 1IlI.: ; : B. liodes Colts No. Co., New Orleans. .
and J. It. Mlot mid F. A. Morgan were 2lli, Cal.' 41. Bond of Porter B. Nichols, : SOUTIITRX OFFICE
l committee to dextrov the ,
appointed a to Smith & Wosnon No. '
carry pistol Christmas Holiday Kates'M
paid warrants turned over by the Tieus :J0317, Cal. 3J0), was approved! and. l per- : HIGhEST 3IIIOESJ : t an.:: to..., Ct

urer with! bin repuit. They reported ui.tt IlIslled. AtlMiltio Coast Line To iiI Point. --- __ _
that they had portormed their duty aDd The Board PAID. t -- h _ __ __ _ __
until
adjourned 2 o'clockp.
See the nearest railroad agent. Re-
were discharged. The Treasurer had
a 10. Deo. 4th, 11XW. member that the round '"rei.i : -
cortlrtcutn attached to hU ahow.that trip one :

r Inir was on tho dopoHlt amount In his tho report'report Indian called River for 111110\Viiorrn The, at Uonnl 2 n'oockp Chairman!met on- m.this protein i'i 4ih' :"enh-.i.-i day 1'A.of. MorKHII rtnn.. and )9 yon fares want plus. 23 Pullman/ cents.If reservation J. OSKY, : Christmas Holiday Rates

other Information write to -
or .
State Hank his credit CUll fched..I"
to ns n .J Tiens- .
J Rl1..t, T J. C"oc It"1m If. A. A. FRANK C. HOVLSTON
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urer. M. *'''iirt, 'lei U ; and! J X. Wailer, Deputy, District 1''eDjlerIo"onl.' : ,Jaokisonvillo: "Flu. i S
Tax Colluotoi'a nf llceo
repost es' col Sheriff.On VIA .
looted during the month en.tlnlOov.:- SO motion i tr Isnrrlernl thai the B .anlMiiulmnn Jacksonville, Fla. .......................... i . ,

1003! amounting ti> .IJ: (110 Slate, um I four tire es'lntul"herl'rom\ - ,
*12U: 30 l for the county, was received.' -
vnlulit Thomas for rise In the Court
J Tax: Collenlor's tepori of pull% In' ices 1I.e anil) oth. '
.
r ou'iniy b'ill'lng.) The : Southern
,, collected during the month of November, l,>ard to j>uy I the sum' rot $.")O (in. for sililmnchlnvs. r Railway
I 11MW) for the your 1ut\ )&. amounting to .

:;. $$Lu0, wa received. On million R. It rintuiloin In "l..lnt.
Tax Collector's report of poll taxes Miipeilnienitaut of public roads (or ' "HEYSEREJALTIIVIORE.
collected dm I lug tli" month November:- Xnrilets H.\tel of Sale: Tickets
and that shall
Xn. 1 and 5, ho will\ be Bold Dec. 211 2I.; :'t, 'in
21. :l:3. 23 21.
HUM) for the year IttOTi$ amounting to orrqulieil to keeps n aooounvof money amid Jao. 1. 101)7. F1Nf. ,
U1IIT11
*U.OOwas received. tickets IImtecJ! to Jan. 7,
xiieu"l rl In aoh district separite and 71: tralQ from Jacksonville W07I
Tax Collector's rposL of poll taxescollected imrt, from be ther, anti that he shall ruins lIolld''to Cincinnati. Local sleeper I
duilnff the month of :November The 9:0; )) a. m. anti 7:.';; ,.
-i m"lre", moathlT reports to the Hoard( Of IV1D. p. n trains from Jacksonville run solid to Wa"hio,::
1IMXI( for the your lUOtl amounting County. Commlsslrtnera. Q.? C., carrying; through keepers to Sew
Tork
to #1 ItO. W A received The itoan adjourned until Dec. 5th, COMMISSION FRUIT & For further Information
PRODUCE call
Ihe Itomd adjo.irne 1. at \9 a. m.
. I, a. rn., DJO. 4th. llMiO. .
t Th Boiiid nf County Commlastoners RELIABLE. PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.WM. .
The Uoaid of
County Commlsiiliiners mot no thl iVh day of December, 11XJI!, JAMFS
, .' slut on thia 4th day December'! 1UW; HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF FREEMAN Dist. Pass. Agt.
at at 0 o'clock a. no PreM..nl-: J. K. Wonton. BALTO., MD. ,

; o'clock a. m. Present: J. tI'. Woolen, Chairman protem F. A.1\I\lrll.D: J, R. Is- -C tOS WES BAY STIE1T ACKSOSVILLE, ,





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EAST COAST NEWS. Mims. Fort-Pierce. Percy G. Walton,

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TIRE INSURANCE in reliable companies at :i St. Lucle county Is claimed to be the
******************** : lowest r..Un>. Real h.i-tale handled. oil comuilHDluii. banner county to the state. The editorof
Abn'lauU. 1'. G. WALTMH.TltunvlMe Agt., Fla. this paper' has some land for sale In Titusville: F a_
that county He will sell It cheap for

Newsv Notes Contributed bv Our Regular J < Fine shower on Sunday, cash.l This laud will, no doubt, trebleIn ,
value In short time. Now Is your
Corps of East Coast Correspondents. t M. T. Jones Is shipping considerable time to buy and hold It, as the pineapple FIRE AND TORNADO

oranges for the Christmas U ads. plantations me rapidly extending.: -Address INSURANCE.

... .... .................. ................... _ . . Chas. 11. Wahon, Tltusvllle, Fla.
.1NI - - - ..1.............. John Deal Is busily engaged shipping
the orange crop of Magruder A Cooper

Hi Please send all communications ; Eau Four carloads of oranges a day left Vacant houses are ispldly filling with RKUABLE COMPANIKS. I'KOMPT PAYMENT OK. LOSSES
d items for publication to "Editor, Gallie. Minis, for three days last week; a total winter visitors.
| Titusville Fla." of 10 cars. LOWEST UATES. ACCIDENT POLICIES: ISSUED.
,VOCATE, !Mr. and Mrs. Haiden, "f Tenseu, were
Will Frazier, a popular and prominent pleasant visitors to town ..Tuesday.
TWe cannot guarantee to publish SARAH C. HOtJOROSl'll\ ass a.ad. Mrs.. Alt water paid Went Palm Beacha
Halll. 'lorl
visit
O Hansel.
on a to C.
lelni do not reach this office before '
that visit on 'luesilay, luluriiliig Wednesday. HANDLED ON 4
ion Thursdajs.jffill ; Lovely weather but very, dry. C. J. Toggln continues to ship the .
Owl l bland orange to K:. 1'. I'oichrr, for REAL ESTATE :'
l'lut. rlckluw 'lies lt"""' correspondents oblige us by hlrn""U a visit last week, returning 1I"l11e. Wed ;
irillDI of people and Everybody should carefully read the nesday.
the names places Mrs. Miller
? aud Mis. A. 11
Hodgson ads. in the ADVOCATE especially If they
1 plainly as possible ? took a run to Cocoa this week are looking for Christmas presents. There will be services In St, Andrews
i_ i i n i i ii Christmas church next Hiimlny by the Ktctoi. Allure Business Respectfully Solicited
Baptist! churches trees nt 'the Meiboiilht and Sidney Ualfaid, Our Wilson and his coidlally invited. t'
on Xmas eve. brother are on a visit of several weeks
Melbourne.HARD !Mr. McAllister Is at the hospitable home of their cousin, Mrs. Alice liiiss, accompanied by her Reference: Indian River State Bank, Tltiisvllle, Fla. t
his new launch pushing; the work on W. W. Ballard.! 'aunt, arilveii In town on Monday, hunt .- --- a
ns fast .
h
possible.Christmas Miami, on a visit to relatives.

WOOODK.-Roal Efttate, NotaryPabllo /goods are now showing In The many friends of G. Ii Cooper A new addition to the railway cotnpnny's .
our sympathize with him In t the serious III.
and Conveyauoar.. Agent for Etna, stores and mule arriving daily. this
I'unnwul and Ixmclonand Ololie,.. Hartford ness of his mother, In Tampa, and hope property at place Is a repair You Invited i
Alex Near< left shop, with W. I. Trowel 1 In charge.
InnIiuurano. Companies Special attuntlon his on Monday last, with for a speedy recovery to health. are
d\0 the InceraiM ot nnn.r..sldents.r complete nrtesLiu well driving outfit.
1 Mrs. Lillian Krltton entertained several The evangelist, Mr. Culpepper, and
for the Northern /guests are arriving dally at friends to a musicale. and parlor social son, brought. n very successful revival
I ADVOOATK
leplnk: Subscriptions of the Bast Coast, will be, the Inn und the Val iOll8 boarding bouses. on Saturday'evening. The songs", I to a close on Sunday: evening In the

fcelvecl at paper the Melbourne Poatofflce.L John F. Perry, of Perrycote nome, Is music and games were much enjoyed by Methodist church. The church" was Once a month we pay
all. crowded to "standing room only.
having a launch built and fitted up in for this spaceonly to
Eau Oallie. Kev. W. F. Allen delivered excel. r
an
J. FieRlar of Georgetown, Ohio, '
IF.luipleasant visitor In Melbourne this Capt. E. V. Hall had the Lena on lent lec'ure' on temperance, Sunday: to Night Train Service. !: have the privilege of

eek Hodgson's ways, this week, to repair a a large; end appreciative audience bev-
i i
damaged shaft. 'eral Infanta were christened on this Effective, Sunday, Nov. 18th, the At ii inviting you once i
J llr, and Mrs. Thomas Chaffee who OocR.n.M. lantlo Const Line will inauguiate nljht'train '
again to become depositor
|wn several houses In Melbourne, are J. Klngan Hodgson Is putting up service between Jacksonville, Ht a -
II. Harrison Oeo. Mason and J.
i Miami for a while. another canvas covered canoe. It and Intermediate i
Petersburg points. in our Bank.
Davis left on Saturday for the West
promises to be
J Mr and Mrs. James McCoy of Cloverlatelad a beauty (;'oast, where they have secured lucrative This train will have a sleeping car, leavIng :

are again In their Melbourne The road around Hyde Park has been posh,ions, The above party has for Jacksonville at 0:20: ,.. m., makingall =-=== j'". .
loot( for the winter. shelled by Kobt. Mensel, making this several years been managing tne turpentine evening connections, arriving In St.
the prettiest walk In Petersburg at 8:30: the next morning I .
our village. works In ibis section.
|Enos Gauker, with a force of men, This sleeper will be returned to Jackson. A man who hears ,.
gIn the work of enlarging the Me- The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church Christmas comes but once n year, and vllle, reaching Jacksonville at seven j. '.
building on Wednesday. will give asocial this (r'rlday) evening, Minis expects to celebrate it in a right First train arriving In Jacksonville the about us fifty-two

Wflloh and three at the W O. W. hall, over the E. C. L. royal.y. There Mill be, as usual a aoth. Z
j Mr.and Mrs. pretty times in a will
are pleasantly located in the & :i S. Co's. office. tree; also a present for each person that Effective Nov. 12th, the Atlantic CoastLine year
jhlldren '
Ilea cottage for the winter.Thedaooe Our colored school give anenteitaln- attends. There will be a programme will Inaugurate through sleeping| know us fifty-two I
mont, in the colored school consisting of songs, led tat ions, readingsand car service on trains :21 and 8:.!. .
J at Hotel Carleton, last Filliy I. Thanksgiving which showed building marked, on I other things. Everyone cordially Train 21 leaving Jacksonville at U P. : times better than if he i .,. .
night was a most enjoyable alfdlr Invited.A. .
Improvement In various lines. Prof. J. m. making all evening connections, arriving '
the young folks all report a good time. W. toper in charge. M. Terweilligar, theoiange grove at Ft. Myers the! next day at 12:10: heard of us only once. ::

I Addison Fee, formerly of Melbourne, wizard of Turnbull hammock, has, we This sleeper will be returned to ..Iack.80n..llle '.'.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hopkins and Miss first train NW 14th. ==== )
\\ now of Chicago, was In town thin are Informed, agalu added another valuable .
Hopkins, of'Bear Lake
Mich., are now With these changes the Atlantic CoastLine
II week, on his way to Cuba for a at KUsimmee. orange grove; to his already !loge .
The family will be the acreage of bearing -thar. of Win.M. has Inaugurated the principle win. : ..
giovos BANK BY MAIL ,
lilt.Mrs guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. M. Hodgson, Brown, the banker, of Titusvflle-! ter schedule, with Pullman oar service e.
[ Lin Wilson, son and daughter, of Pinewood Lodge, rill a lug the Clulnt- Mlaml. The purchase price Is said to on both morning and evening train tall
m Indiana, are late arrivals. They mas holidays.J. be ( ) points reached by I heir line between
tlO.OOO. Your
|itfrlomU of Dr. Henley, and have lent- A Carr Is making Improvements Jacksonville and Hi. Petersburg, Jack. account, large or small is solicited.

d the Snedeker cottage for the season. his Euu Gallie home and much noilvilie and Tampa, and Jacksonville and

|Our fishermen who went to Miami pleasure since his ani, val.taking Miss Leola A \VsternVonder.. Ft. M)ois.. .

o months' ago, had,better stayed In Carr Is an acquisition to our society: There's a Hill at Bowie, Tex., that's ------- ----- The First National t I Bank}"

lelbourne, If It was fish'they wanted to circle, and Lester, formerly a K. !M.I. twice as big as last year. This wonder Woo for Sale. ,
Itch, as they report no good fishing at cadet, Is very popular among our younger U, W. L. Hill who from weight of 'M) -
litml this season, so far gentlemen. pounds has gr,awn.tu over ISO. He says: COM. 12TH ftP. A AVE. C.
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"I suffered with a terrible cough, and Pine or oak, any length. Also plowIng
jHIsi May Valentine, of Bay on no plan- doctors gave me up to die of consump and harrowing. Sea: or address J. :Miami: : : : : Fla. '.
|tion, Tillman, was In Melbourne onetday W. Jamison, Tltusvllle. Fla.
THANKSOIVINO ENTFUrAINMe-MT/ AT TilECOI.OREn tlon. I was reduced to HO pounds, when
visiting some of her old Mends .
I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery "
Iho are glad to see her return to Indian $Hcnoor consumption, coughs aud colds rnyitir anti IIIUllilig.

Brer. Thanksgiving; ; dinner was given at Now, after taking U: butteles, I have 1
the school building! at 2:10:: ) p. m. The more I than doubled in weight and nm TEEES .
Long Tennessee Fight.For school children, as well as the patents completely cured." Only sure cough All kinds of draping and haulingprump.ly )

( twenty years L. Rawls,of Bells and friends, were present.. The good and cold cuio. Guaranteed by the lied attended to, and S.itlnfactlo

POD,.fought nasal catarrh, He writes: things provided being brought in baskets Cross Pharmacy. f>0o and $1.00. Trial IlIarl\uteod. i
be swelling and soreness inside my bv the older ones. A blessing was bottle ftee. JOHNKKTTLKS, Tltusvllle. From Ocklawata Nurseries 8ro giving' greatest; satisfaction to our him- .

lie was fearful, till I began applying asked bv Deacon Hobbles. dred* of customers Klorlda. They always _

Jcklen's Arnica Salve to the sore suil At 7 : ",llil. o.msed the soreness and swell. journed to the school house, where the -- ISome

dlrappeir: never to return." Best event of the day was celebrated.The Editor Fast Copal Ailioraffi ( / satisfaction In thiS In planting'' ; /groves now, think of the 'future I
fn In existence. 25o at the Ked Cross program was opened by devotional .,'
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TILE SUCCESS OF
banks YOUIt INVESTMEN'rdepends
Is the of Indian
There on Hive
O. Thornton line to I.aGee"ralnal'd'
irmacy. exercises by the teacher J. W. Hoper, gone
and the hlo""lnof", / "America," by the where he will botrd.: a small spot very rarely alluded to I In on the trees you plane. MAKE NO MISTAKE, but come to i h,
the newsy column of your worthy pink
school children.
Georgiana. Mr. Ochsnor and family aitlvod here paper. Yet, It in. a most ))1101 II re.1 lie for Reliable .
of Trees'
Two compositions on the origin Headquarters :
SL'TTo SiTn1td.ry '
Friday night.. They are looking
Thanksgiving, by Ella Scott and Hattlo very and, at times, even quite a lively place .

Mr, Peck of (Greene, N. Y., arrived Savage, deserve especial mention. well. No later than Thursday evening last, 1\ don't, we replace them NO WHITE FLY.ADDllFSS ' 1 .
and will the winter and Is stilt large party of our residents hired all : ,
jinrnliv spend at The/ program was closed by the clill- Orange packing shipping ,
Inndina Munson's, as usual. Everyone drtn singing, "God be with you till .we going/ on. Some of the people have available conveyances and rode to the "
l ( II.
Johnson
they surprised apt. and
[There will be an entertainment anddross John Hills. The entertainment showed the It U. rumored that there will be, at the wile, on the occasion of the :Udth anniversary '
marked effort In advancement
tree In the church, Monday by school house, a Chils'inas celebration, of their wnddlng. The Captain ... '
TANGERINE
the school and the teacher .
eDlD!:, Deo, :-21.!, Come pupils of of recitations. ;
early and bring bo consisting singing, etc. Is a prominent citizen of Mteger, Illinois, .. .
Prof. Hoper, Is to congratulated on ,
'Presents. ------- --- -
Everybody cordially Inpa where he resides. In and is
Mrs. E. E. and summer, quit
to come and Ic all. bis efforts in behalf of the school. Macy spent Saturday: <
enjoy with her sister l1r8.V.O. Wal. popular In MIcco.
Sunday ,\
l IIr and Mrs. Ilervey Bower and little lace. She expects to bring her mother The above occasion was an suspicion Lorillard Boat: Co. .
f fitter, Helen[ were visiting J. B. HOW'M TIlls down to spend a while with her. on", A large phonograph kept playln ;
aud late Into the evening-Interrupted> only
p" wife| Saturday: and :Sunday.:
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
Mary Ilalnlln'carne with them John Ferris and family game down by the addresses) of congratulation and, ..
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Taplur.Choolhegard. Urandma Munson and cured by) Hall's Catarrh Cure. F. J. Malabar. They have now Bono: to Miami, men's, for Captain Johnson's home I Ino Is -AUE T FOR THE- -IF! YOU: WISH 1'0-

CHENEY & Co., Toledo, O. where they Intend to make I their homo >rd for Its hoitpltality.Another .

: Monday morning, with We, the undersigned, have: known F. George lilaokman and family are spending "proof of the prosperity of TERKAAT & MONAHAN BUY OR SELL A BOAT "
I" Mamie Taylor, of Hhilo: FU as J. Cheney for the last 15; years, and bll' the winter with Mr. Arnold. Mr. :Mioco lays In the fact that we cannoget '
her :She all business MARINE OASOMNK
honorable In KNUINES.
leve him perfectly -
comes well recommended
work for
men to us at the
-even
"lIthe Blackman Is quite a sportsman. One Or louse or store one, write us for terms.
patrons do their duty as they transactions and financially able to afternoon he went over to the ocean highest wages ever paid) In this town. ClL
f,dreg we will have a good school. carry out any obligations made by his beach where the party he was with Everybody stems to be engaged ; and, Q...
r tiniRht obedience at home are firm. W.AUHY, KIXSAN MARVIN, bass In fact,. cottage after cottage Is being
of and W.
caught ::2.V pound sea E. Boats and Painted
aura to obey their Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. 11 Repaired
teacher. Arnold landed a 5 foot shark and got a erected. If It goes/ that way much longer ;
Ir,and II all'II Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, we will be obliged to advertise forbids
1 Airs foot ashoio when It broke
10
Hughes down to one nearly
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; were
and
directly the blood Agents for the Moore Motor The
Dr. and Mrs. Wlttfeld. Saturday. acting/ upon the line. One morning he shot a floe for a city hall. .! = ,

Condition( of Airs.. Wlttfeld la most mucous sent surfaces free.of Price the svstem.7)0.; bottlo Testimonials deer, and Mrs. Blackman took the photograph Yours truly. CIA Hartford, Tho Auto-Marino and District

tIIolog! She suffers so much all of all per of It and three men. C'AMir.LE (JUEItur. C' Agent for the I.nthrop.
due, Sold by Druggists.
Their many friends will be ----- ---- -- "='
'w I Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation. . <<>
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know I -- -- -- - -- -- - - - -- - - -
that
they have a most ex2l -
.eulored! woman, by the name ofLt"'WI" i A Engines Installed and Repaired

> stays with" them day and "I l ,
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Indianola. i ,, BY COMPETENT' WORKMEN
he
Lena wakes her regular run 00"IU IC

Tbursdays and Saturdays, af :: ''i
] Jlr"ALL WORK OUAUANTKED.
Ii Cocoa to Eau Oallle as usual, and Mr. and Mrs ri. Edick, of Olcott, N.

h gyres,daye, Wednesdays and Fridays, Y., are at Oak cottage for short time. -8.;ti: Prices ax low as Is consistent with .I

here at 2 o'clock and makes Dr. Charles Hill and Mrs. Hill, of good workmanship. Terms : CASH.ZDoltx ;
ran to The engine that without
runs repairs.
Em Oallle and return the Pa are here onco more, and
!tgulllr\Iternuon.' WrKogero runs on Scruuton we are very glad, to sue them again. _ _ : !

IJalurday.trips. Tuesdays, Thursdays Mr. Byron, of New York city, arrivedon *..........+fM....Y.V ..........................+F1t'lUf* 1

Tuesday evening, to look after his : Ignition: : ZO/xttox--y.: 3
In/i II. Hawk will preach here, aunts (M!i.. W. L. Baker) orange crop 1 I i I
hwiu' be hl evening. Sunday:! the Ittth. and ship It. Bak.inV.Por-der' ono borne with the I..4lta f>roc..i.of anufaotnra can pniie.a. .K
, at this KA"'I\cKJ-311 "" 1,ft Vuitn. The
only blab Amper.t ,
Ikon, the present oonlerence Mrs. Robinson and niece, Miss Olive : age cell that will stand h..'r.er.\\IOU. running down.PF.ItBISTINO .. j
to lllve: him year Mathews, of Philadelphia, will not come Iff D ELY&: I
ii, with U8 next yPure "' AMPPItAGR
tr .0' ,
P are Vf'r. much BnM that we to Indianolt: until the first of January, somas. IlATT_ I* a marked charaotcrKtln of all Dtilta liattxrliiii. No other cell i'
LA< he "' foitutMteas to get him instead of this week, U was expected. ::=-:;;. will maintain lie urlvlnal aiuccrag' tnt the aim"., IniUHnilo thus .. :
f ig anti'! oM YL :; thai these cells will stand.M .. ,.
iso all like Brother: Haw Mrs Greth, of Jacksonville, has tartar "i : 0(
of
'A wholesome aL'MTAIIeEL; "ULTAO. E
"ro4\Jblu\C. cream wam s I
'f
\ been here a few woeks. We understand :: yy.r.. .,!" I A ..rYIIII'lan', feature fit all Deita batteries I. their extremely w '
sold her entire pluce! home and .,; ,:--= hw wlug
she has v; :n lnt.nuf rsatstanee and "n..t" perteet tI..larl..tlnn, resllie.
O twlu The orange grove; -to Mr. Allen, of Jackson- powder. Makes the finest :: : :::..>o Ie 1& stra.g .....1 ...."'Int..... .I..lro IIUlth.I",,'" when the batw: l j
ornpltllltlon Surgeon. sonvllle, who, with his family, arrived baking : .-' %ucry t. l is hems ryswn! on 1,0-0 Ltl'J.lcLI.TIIJ. !: tI ;LT.A. I

Cotarrh;' the' of female' troubles, f n Tuesday to take i osBession Mrs. : :rt.C>N"..A.LIvb::: :Ji'XSX: :IiJ, .. :

::ill' ."' tars. stomach rho": 8. and Austin bowels, of, Oretber expects to spend the"Inter with lightest, best flavored biscuit, hot- SOUTHEASTERN DISTRIBUTING) AGENTS :: :
Pbcauix Arizona.
In
her brother '
.,,. 10d., to such a deplorable Ooooci, :J1W1n. w ,?
i,''n, ti' nr doctor advised an breads cake and pastry. : -SPECIAL PRICES TO THE 'TRADE- :: F
lu ?,.: ner hu..band fearing fatal Sew Cure for EplJep4)! ************************** *****************.******** I

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K h.;. .: lie amazement of all who I J. B. Waterman, of Watertown, O, Alum and alum-phosphate ,, J

1 I ii flue, medicine completely !, Rural free delivery writes: "My daughter ; .- Do not :XL J. v JLUH.:: JEJ IIDI7: 1iTTJX :I:7ILII3s.: j
rDted cure for torpid afflicted for years, with epilepsy, wancured powders are injurious. .\
oe f
eIle l { "l eaae.biliousness, J..un- by Dr. King's; New Life Pills. She / them. Examine the label.
and fever general debility, has not had an attack for over two, use ORANGE: GROWERS :-I have lOO.OfiO buds iulilfld on five year! olct'Sour
-"Ie.lea and blood poisoning. Best years." Best body cleansers and life: Orange Rough Lemon and Trlfollata stock Fine healthy tree and prices low.

,. J'Ilce.oo: at the Red Cross living tonic pills on etrtb. :25o: at the Send catalogue. j. A. DANIEL, Proprietor.

Try it. Red Cross Pharmacy.: HOYAL BAKINO FCWDCft CO.. NtW VOMK. WINTER: HAVEN, FLA. .

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1 POTASH local Time Card No. 61. ta Effect September 16, 1906.

SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND-READ liP;


In the soil puts corn on the Nil. 99 1o. 29 STATIONS., ":. .78Dali No I

stalk and in the bank Dal.-! .. ............... !!!1,_ Dell
money ji)pm 1I.ni ............... .Ar 7 :Upm ,
'. .. ............Iontb: J.ck.onviUo..Lv 7 Illplft .
;
0 2/1am.
natural of 6 OftI'm ...............8& AURI..tlne.. ............... :: 8 lpm ,
The plant growthis 1040..m. a
process 7 IIOpm llll1am .. ........_........ Iiait1ngs.................. .Bipin 'a"IJI"m
of chemical cor"ersion. 7 GIIpm 11 Stein, .. ................Eiit: l'ah..k., ............... & 20.m ,.

simply one I200in ...................... .. ..................... "Mpm .
J -1 Potash the raw material, is cheap; but when 7 118'11.0.4n..m 11 Warn ....................... &......... ... ......AI' _14flpm ", "

2 -.iii_ ............ Ar................. S..O. MaLvo.................Lv ... r. 1.0
.1--<1 converted by nature into corn, it is ...II......... II Jr.am .................Ran Moleo ............... ..Ar II 26pm.. .
... .. .................. Iii'ij' -
II 12 BJpni ............... .Ar 4 ,i
valuable. The of Potash is not OI..n .. ......... ,
: I use 1111"10 l 2 411pm. ......... 28pm Ia .
r ...........
IP 11H"m ....... 6pnt I.101rl'm I.
an expense but an investment. 411"m 121pm .. .................:.Dupont..4:: 4r'pm I,si,
1I== I. 10 1 8fl..m ................1 Sr'I'm ;aItl
-I V1Vt1 Write to-day for our free booklet "Plant Food." I----1c L M a,' sr.lal.m 2001'"' ..... ........... I 1-.

ttUIJI U h'rirr ifloii'iii, ;- ArI............... Lii1olen.\ ..............4111 1 oo1iii-----1", 1511211am
GERMAN KALI WORKS .. .............. .. ,
: 4 bbpn, ,......... .Or"nReClt' : 1:1601': ".i''pII
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(,' tI9t'GVI New Vork-9J Nassau street. or 40Rm( 1OOpm I..OriiigoCltl' (' : 4imJilpin Po
,.1'\'' Atlanta, (la.-1Z24 Condlor Building OJ ... 2 Lv.'c,., ................Ar 8 Obpni I .
I
.t tJ-t .cf4y),) 4ro" ..................nRk I lit.... ..............Lv 14Upm '
:In: : I s--y\tvOtJ\fl\\. ( 11101'10 II M"m 8 240pm IIII'm' ................... '''' .!. e............... ... .. 1 O.pm "'a.

: ''I. o : :t ""'" :::=F (I"_... e -llloRIOillp'" Art.................l'anror.J.. ......... ........ Lv 1l &ii' ", '.
:; ..... .. ...... .......... .
"' 't: II Wpm'" 11 Shim Lv*. .......... SitflI. d tAr. IiIOpm/ 1 i' II
I I I -,: -'lMPr" li: iopnt ..................' .................. :2 Ofpm- ....
1 ,'3) .. .... ..................
G IL ?' 12 SlaIn. 8 rHpm ........ ...... .Cocoa .Lv. 1 2ipnI .!.
,, -.J .U 01m 8 Mpm' .. .................ltocklullqe................. .. 1 20"10 1'.
,< ; \u. h .,,,,, cfl" _... 101" 4 \Zpii .. .................Is.iiti Ual/lo................. .. 12 4i put 1 I i7ii
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! \ r'-= "- :.\ rt. 11:1am: 4 1It'.m', .. ............ .....M..lbollrne...........,..... U 1171'10 11 1-.
) lith.m Ii lOpe ................. ebiuitIaC. ........... ..... .. 11 lOum I 'ii"
4Ho" 0 0111'10 ..................t't. 1.l1cle.................. 10 fllll1' 1. iOn
. Four Sailings Each Week . :II l or."m 6 VSpni .. ................tort, 1Ierce................. .. 10 Clam 11 ,,,
8 IIIIam 0 a7pm ...................TlhhR1l9.................. .. .1017am 11 i 191,,,
1 HEADING IN TREES. The variegated vlncn German Ivy, 1W.a'\ 0 411.m .. ....................J.don................i... 10 J.hu" 11
Cobasa 5a Utlenul, Lou icera retlculata BETWEEN 8 4OitIn" 6 PIp''' .. ................... Jen."n................... .. 10 0Nt.,% IIa \ '1511/1"'"
L Uow t<. Cut Il.ok a Young Tree Summtr JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. Mo' fl Ii1Im ...................rtl".t.................... .. 1<1 tUant. JJ MIII,
aurea and variegated trailing abutllon 4 :/fl"m TJ1"m: .. .... ...........,lobe 1oI0Iln.\ .... ............ .. II UllOm ''I, l!'",
I'rnnliiw. are good vines and trolling plants for 4 411000 7 4u"m ...............'i% ot Juplt..r................ .. 91Ham 1(1( '''"'
la fruit trees annual growths of three Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) 5 151110 8 lr.pm .............Weot aim iieati............ .. 8 4r..m 1, 1',
tm window boxes and should be planted 5 410' 8411'01 .. ..................JJoyntun .... ........ ...... " "oani I I"I"'
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feet or more may bo bonded In, particularly thickly enough to entirely cover the The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceClyde 1\ //Io"! 8 f.'Im' :: ................... \ely, . ... ............ .. .. S 1211' K ',Mull'I"?
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II .............J..ort I.a.lurdl1lo. ............. 71111am
6 4Up' 7 MI!
'11I"m
: If tho trees are clone together front of the box. 7oln 471.10 ........... ....... ...1.1", ...... .....,........ .. 7 Jllam 7 :l t, and it la necesMary to reduce tho size Plant gladioli for succession not less New England and Southern Lines. 7 <( 7 HH"m 10 2UI.m) ................ 4""m 7
Iit-9 of hend. Thin operation In/ DCC''IIKIUYonly than three Inches deep. Direct Service Between 7 /it'a" 10.Wpm. Ar................. 7 '"I". "
with and unfruitful trees 8 ( .................Itnilairidalo..7. ...... .1 uI ".1"" "
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be In
II the border
I aa a rule. young Amaryllis or planted can In the plunged open\ ground. Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. JO I lOam..Lv j ................. ...... .1 l', ..01""

In general the inntter of bonding In Boston ferns' are said to grow rapidly (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) ItuflVt' rnrlnr Part on Ir"lul20 anil 78. Buffet Sleeping Cars on train 00 and Oil -.

resolves ltnolf Into a question of personal la a mixture of equal parts of cow Southbound................. .... ..BEMI-WKKKLY.. ....... . .. SAILINGS.. ... ..... ..... .from Lewis Wharf Boston ----=1I'nlly- ---except-. -HumlHV.---i' - -= :.
Idea la. If the owner wants a and horse manure well rotted two and Nortbbound..I ......... ...from toot of Catherine Street Jaokwmvllla. "... No.2t o.lf, ; 17 No.20''
I N..19 MAYPORT Nil. t 8 riO,'
thick topped' and round headed tree one-half Inches deep, with ashes for SlIndR, Sunday Dally Euept BRANCH Dall, Sunda, I I 0."

heading In IH nccesHnry. If ho wants drainage. Only 0019 Sued., Only! :
Johns -
St. River Line. -
A trco Crowing 1 open centowi tree, The short rule toe pruning .shrubs Is Clyde 2 ('lIim 10 lOam I 6 JOl'm II OOam Lv..Ja'klOnvJlle.. ... ..:..Ar 741\"m 1200pm SIr'-"" ,'
heading In nliould, be avoided :2 t except "prune After flowering." And this Is BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. :2 4111.01 10 Wnrn 6 I\IJltln I II Sham\ .......rabin Jlearh........ .. 7 113am II /i'um' ItO(
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S .pcrhnps, while the tree Is / 0 4 hun .......AU"nlic 1I""oh....... .. .
very 0 7
young. 'just the sumo as the directions sometimes I 2 4..m 10/i-1U1I /i..pm OIlam II 4"0111 I I ia 1'
Stopping at Palatka, Attar, Beresforil (DetAiid), and intermediate landing on the
Ar..M ......... ,
L The foregoing general view of beadIng Iepui 11 1 2.'OI.- oo m YIrt .Lv 6 4 8OiaIn I u
given to prune spring flowering Sir. Johns River, commencing Friday, November 23.If Oil. !

"Pruning In Is l prextMitPd13 I1AUY" PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS{ AT MIAMI.} :

kinds like hydrangea In winter. are. appointed to sail as rollewa i Leave Jacksonville, dally.. except Saturday. at 3.30 p. in.
follow Ing concrete example-the case Clone Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of tbe P. & 0. s-S-: Comp;
Ivy cuttings put down now will root aUrteturnlnfr leave'Sanlonl. dally e"celt Sundays, at 9.30 a. lu.
of n Kleffer pear tree-as Hhoxvn In the Havana and '
West.
and have long shoots before autumn. S..tb.II..llnd Nortu-Bound Key
.
diagram : 8CHEDULR.JaokiHinvllIe:
Groups of tall lilies and foxglovesare Read down. ._ llcad up. -
NORTHBOUND
This/ IH two years get.: When planted Leave 3 3<> p. in ..... .............. . ... . .. .............. .Arrive 2 no a. m. SOUTHBOUND .
E I it wai a mere whip. The first season striking and beautiful. Leave 84 p. ra ....................... ....I'alRtka.. ....... ........... .......Leave 8 CO p. mt <. I.vMtAMf. ...Tiienlayi. e-otuTday..1t; 40pm Lv HAVANA. .....Thursdays...... .121"i
Cut the large geranium plants well Leave. 3 00 a. in................... .. . . Antor ... .. . ... ,. ........ . Leave 3T p. m. AI' KEY \% f>'T.\I etln".I"y. I4nniJiya.! 1 Oti|>m ArKKY wEu'r..hir.Iav.:. ..... Km ,
it sent out four very strong lateral Leave. .... ........ ..... ...BeretfordEnterprise(Ier.and) . ... . .............. Ijiava. 1001>. in. l.vXKY\NE"r: ......Vertneiilayt...... .. 8 M'Im' I.v K I V-J.r.Th"r.'ll1v.' i, Mondayi,apiArILtYANA..Thuridayp. |
branches. At the cud of that season ba<:k. Arrive 8 30 a. in... . ..... ............... iI"nrmd . .. .. ..... ....._..Leave 9 30 a. ni. .......,. 8 80am .ArMLAII..rIdSyiTueolay... 651
the growths I Arrive 10:00 .. m.... ...1.. .. . . . ... ..... . .. . .................. .....Leave 10 00 a. lu.
I III Praise of Chamberlain' Additional Sailings; between Key West and Havana.

were set back Cough Kemedy. 'Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 122 W. Bay Jacksonville I.v KEY WKST..Mondays. Fr..1". '..... 8 80pm I 1.V 7IA V ANA ..Tuen.layt.SRtnr.lnyi"' .13? (FAr
half their HAVANA..Tuesdays, Saturdays.. ... 6 SOuin ATKEYWEST.TueiU.iySaturday, '. bat
f r. M. JRO4VIO4HtlR1.JR.: : : Asnt. (}en. PIM*. \ct., m: Want Ray. St..Jack,,onvllle. ria.
The Is
length. There other medicine -
second no manufactured W. O.COOfKR, Jr., Local Frt.AKt. JaoksonTllle O P. LlVEI.L.. Superintendent Jck.onv1IIe.Ioot ,. '
Trains Discharge Passengers at Ship's Side. No 1 ransfers.Tho .
season two that has received so much praise Hogan StL.FaoksonTllls. Kla.A. .
to four shoots and no many expression of gratitude as O. HAGBRTT (}en'l Kwifn. }'.aai,. At.| New York CLYDH1! MILNB, Oeu. Frt. Agt., New York.
.e Time Tahlon. .how the times at whloh trains may be exported to arrive nt Rn,1) d.1 M'
Chamberlain' Cough Hem dy. It U ef- Til BO. O. KOKIl V. P. O. M., ,. ,but their arrival ,
started from r -" thewveral ttatlona or h-parture et the time. mated It not 1 itimrant''''
.near the top of fee live, and prompt relief follows its use. General Offloes 1'ler 30 North River. llranoh>>, 2JO Broadway. New York. our 1M this ComiHtny to be held reaponalble for any delays or any con.eqiieiu-eiiarlilintlhi'r.,fr,

.each shortened Grateful parents everywhere do not heMI. C. II. VAI/TON" Agent Titusvllle, Fla. For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
tate to testify to lu merits for the benefit
branch. -- -- -- -- -
If "
a of otheis. It U a certain cure for "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

'Similar t re B t- croup and will prevent the attack Jf J. D. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE FL
i ment be givenat at the first of the
given
/ appearance
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the enl of dUeaae It Is especially adapted to Atlantic Coast Line. n

the second year children as It Is pleasant to take and contains

tlll other later. nothing Injurious. Mr. E. A.

al growths will Humphreys, a well known resident and ivialloryLines

arise the following clerk In the store of Air.. E Lock, of Florida Georgia Alabama Virginia

year and Alice, Cape Colony South: Africa, nays: ,
"I have used Chamberlain's Cough
I the trees will Remedy to ward olT oroup and colds /In North Carolina and South Carolina

liave far too I my family. I found It to be very satisfactory SPECIAL PASSENGER.-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

many branches. and It gives me pleasure to recommend The Oreat Highway of Tiavel From
Three things It." For sale by All Dealers.!
Largest and moat
-- thoroughly equipped passenger Bteaimhlpa on the count. ]

can done-the now existIng be"- -...- ::-- Florida-East, West, North and South. -NO OVXRCROWDING-

ISolated Graftlnff. .
.;
branches ,
be beaded '" It la not generally known yet there TO THE EAST: THE FAMOUS IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY:: GUARANTEED til

may -..."'\ r" Is good authority for this little ghlpgj as tickets will be
no
--- very / sold to exceed thenumberof ber

in, os by represented the two- 4"\\II..... secret of garden craft that the longer Florida and West Indian Limited and New York Express. or the seating capacity of Dining Ualla thus insuring all passengers Inulivi

I long lines; some ...-.cz scions can be retarded the more certainty service and attention.

CTJTTINO BACK: TOTJNO there U of success In grafting.
of the branches Route and
may bo cut TREKS. The pear tree to be grafted may push Tn 10 the West! Montgomery PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE:! EVERY FRIDAY.
Into leaf In May but If cuttings madeIn "Dixie Flyer" via Atlanta
(See Schedule
: of
away bodily as shown by the several Ships In Florida Tlmes-TJalon;|
the winter can be kept without
green
short bars; the treatment may be a PULLMAN CARS AND THROUGH COACHES ON ALL TRAINS. .
sprouting till Juno o: later the
combination of thesu two. grafting may not bo done till then. and Atlantic Coa One thing U ('\clear the tree now has anti far West tin Hi. Louis Cincinnati and Including dellgbitul
the unxprouted<< cuttings used as grafts Washington, as DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
too many branches for Its size, anti New Orleans; rates *:25.0<>.
FAMOUS
grow with surprising succeiiH. Tbe author "SEA ISLANDS."
some of them (say half of the secondary -
of this bit of Information has FOLDER'I
ones) should bo cut away. Whether -CONSULT TilE PURPLE

any further bending In shall be done known some of these to be riuccessful- For detailed and Information regarding rates Pullman reservation! schedules. Through tickets sold to all northern points for full Information regnrdln'
the end of tractions
at
Iy grafted even July. offered other
Is a local question. If the tree Is making Call on your nearest ticket agent! or write by no line; diagrams reuervatlns tickets, etc., apply to

a growth of three feet or moro FRANK O. BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass. Age; W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass. Agt. CHAS. DAVIES, Fla. Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonfille Flo
bending la would probably be advisa A OaurautecU Cure For Piles. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ,

\ ble. This heading lu tends to make the Itching, Blind Bleeding ProtiudlngIMles. W. J. CRAIG, Pass. Traf. Manager T. -WHITE, Geu'l Pass. Agent.

( ir.. branches thick mid stocky thereby enabling Druggists are authorized to re- General Offices WILMINGTON N. C.

them to support the forthcomingcrops und money If l'azo Ointment falls to IOLEnIIONEYANDTAR fOIE'YSKIDNE1ir {
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.',. of fruit. As the tree approached cure ID 6 to 14 day. 60c.) eUlldnni taf. ..."... .tfo op
:
;. and loss. severe and It may I Fruit Served on the Tree. SE: : B<>A. I> .. ,,

French .
horticulturist
eventually ceiiHf. have appar.

To every one who contemplates tho ently been very: successful of late In We' / Never
Our Patients
LINE RAILWAY. Disappoint
cutting bock of tree It should. lie galil I raising, dwarf fruit trees, and one of AIR

that heading In necessitates moro the features of dInner'parties among HA Fulfill Every PromIse! and
Iner Hold Out FalSi
pruning In the Interior of the top. the rich now Is to serve the fruit upon FOR- 1,.IE! CURE StrIotnrC WIUauue 'b. knits orbougl.and V..rloo"Hopts.II. .

k Thin Is particularly true of earlysummer the tree. palm or d..t..attuD front bniiinean' .D'IOII""OS IJ10ol' po "':

piAinlinf which often onuses I SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, 0"0" De..r to r.t..ro. Wlthin.t Ron.IU..ly.......or,. or oared wli.rL DO .LImuia.i....xtlar.' buS I....p.rmSfl'. 01 frianlvi

new lateral growths to become no numerous 111Stltl the Tent Uri Years. BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW -"i: 1'0.fli Kiss Medical Co. I. BD l"oLltDtJ" or..nl.oll uidr IIlaws .
WASHINGTON YORK
'' to l ho if. Ibe ..,.. or Oooorlll. lop Ib.. tistm.iaS; .atl eura tt.t
nit troublesome .
I very in The old OROVK'S Tasteless uarvou.sdebinniodu..as.' ,. fOIlfld'i "
original Or. N. K. Kin .b.
I for example In summer pruning of Chill Tonic. Von know what ;4; I\ tui iIltiIuiio. I. tbe chief oonltfnv.p"'all.t' .55105'e .....,
you are I b, staff of eminent phyHlttlaneand, .
: grape takln Ills Iron and quinine In a tasteless . Two Elegant Trains Dally\ . '?!'-' Ouuu""" .. la the treatment or chronic urieuna.dl.'.... U uninrP"
1: The writer, then. believes In hcadlni form. Xo cure no pay SOo. > 'f we one botb medical and electrical ..anncies.In. .
5ittSell
:. In vlKoroui young fruit trees of very Seaboard Express. Seaboard Mail.MODRRN Ouvomce.ir....X-rii7. vIoiei equIP..tI..,. and wl'la.'ID'.1'' n.h the R..1.,10 10 'act,every forll4l.i.iU ,

L utroiiK growing varieties! : for the l>ur- e"D.rl..n.n..o to the medical profloo. OuraaNiIflUmiGde
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: III .v.-y r.'poct and "I ...mplq none but tile II
t pose of Ituliicliiff a stockier growth of trained and efficient. attendanta. reuiarlr attainted padua
i the branches cud of promoting the Atlanta and Uoanned pbjrslolAna bclntf In enariia. ,
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employ no
PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. ailslusdlnfi roraaa to Sneers patients ,
early braiu-hlnir of tho main or scaffold ( il 4 ,' p.tron..no C.O. D:.ur una..ksd for literature" sent, .; a
t \ \' uytlili InMtutlon. Our terms for from ito 1
llmlm. As tho tree Increnses In age the Birmingham ONLY LINE Operating Dally\ Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. '- ?,." PiouS. )par munth(m.dlc..ln."dOtSI'treatment and avarnittt... girl tbs ..."!
.ft an. of a eura within a svaolHeit iloia- 1
bending lit should bo less and less and *
nv BEST RTPEMCr: t 13, PII9nVlfniCI7ll9C9 Va auoMmfnllr'trestandPTH
boulil generally cease when full bear- wlinuniwUlaCAOCdt neolly aura ,all alinmlo ulw'
lug arrives. It the uintnra tree Louisville For full Information and sleeper reservations call od any Agent ? ,,'t'.QkRNED\ .. Kidney. .nd Mla>ad..r troubl_ Bbauniaii"
grows i \ ","r'P4lb.uab .... llrilruoele. Drains L....".. .. and all Prl"
: too rapidly the fundamental corrective Seaboard or writeS. UNTIL CUBED. ..... Tumors Sod malignant ,,"onbl... (t'atitrrh of J1 I INo.
... Ikroat, Head md F
I. and Liinirt. Dlaataaa of Bj j
III wlthboUl tillage or manure. Chattanooga N. K. KINa. M. D. Chronla l ls .
(1 J > *wjv ofV<> C. BOYLSTON JR.. Asat. Gen. Pass. Ant., JACKSO VILJ.E. FLORIDA.FOLEY'S c8"ul-2.p* ai* Unnatural' Dlsohsrue*. and suott maknassea of women.'
WClM1. rite I iu..j. r.gardins7o.| oondiuoolf yoo are sick I or atHlcted, On reques
I r Th. Hunt spray Cincinnati - - ,-,' , -- sand yon nr lltaratun. Including symptom blanks for borne treaimeul.ncT .
(
I t The nilnnlx experiment station anDOIIUOOH 6O YEARS .ON"t.'LTATfOl'f. XM1'lT'IO'' AND AOVICETFHEB! -
KING MEDiCal fr: a ; : finn flflanla Ga
. with poMltlrenexs. Its ooncluslou \ EXPERIENCE tt htr.. St.

h from exporlments, that dust spray Ch'cago,

In absolutely ineffective aa n preventive

I I of Injury from prevailing orchard fungi Always Remember;
the Full NoL < '
] and that It U considerably loss ef- Southern. Rai way

I fiirtlvft as nn Insect remedy than Is the tlONEYltJDTAR '

!juld method applying l1'ttenltell.I axative
BEST LINK- TRADE MARKS romo ]

"FLORID I.DI I FEI)" leaves Jacksonville Prevents Serious Results DESIGNSCO..VAIGHTS &c.Anvflhi..fldlfl5 Quini

\ 7: &H: p. ni. SOLID TRAIN'-Finest From Cold. a:r-.trh mid doKrlptkm ran?
I PLEASURE GARDEN I I a Qnlcklr Mr-oirtittn opintim fre. wh.tli.r mo
Dining Car Service. Very \Uest Day : Remember the
.. i Couches. Through Pullman Sleepers. name pant fm (.fl ffwt Meno? fur wurlnff Df.ntfc ,
Those who have shuJed veranda .
a Pnt nw tek.n through Mont
Folty's Honty and Tar. Insist ........ ..."fc:.. withHUoh.r... toth A.Co nvmirmt
i :: not much exposed to the whltl can obtain LOCAL 8LEE'KITO ATLANTA.

, bfiiutlfjl effect by planting together upon having the genuine. Scientific Jlm ri an.A e
reservations call
I For rates, routes or on Box. 25c.
.I I 1 rex: begonia and ferns of strong writ. Thr. sIz.s le, too. .!._ h.nrt.om.rf IllujfrmtM .......v. larw..t ..... ..
growing kinds such us medium sized or Prep.red only by enlntion Cf any ..tUl.t turn l. Twri ., 3a ,
ffmf f*>nr month. ail
by ned.s1.m.]
I tho Iloston fern;, Nophrobosls cordota and JAMES FREEMAN, .. .)' A Company. Crtloaa MUNN & CO.S8tBroechd,. New York FG1En ONEYAfDT R fOlEnIIO EYANDS'OP.
larger holly fern. .
Dili. P.... Agt: Jacksonville, Florida. lied Cross Pharmacy. raasb Ous. ... T 1St..w-.n. c;. Ua. Go.6tb aDd bosi.1.aa. Cnra CoJdsi Prevent Poeuii(

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KERMIT'S HUNTING TRIP 1 Lzt1NLy" '\ : ( ConapnllY,
Eminent Doctors Praise Its Ingredients.We .
j he Travelers Hotel J.VCKSONVIM.TO: I'IORIUA.!
JACK refer to that boon to weak, nervous,,
ONVILLE ENOINKS: AND ItOILKU:
FA. suffering women known aa Dr. Pierce' : W MILLS .

-On the American and Eurone.in: PI:m- Enthusiasm Over Visit of Presi Favorite Prescription.Pr. -, gaSA POHTABLK OUl'KITS A bPKCtALTV.Write .
UDder new ma..agem ot. Newlv furnished and John Fyfc onn of the Editorial Staff for Cataloeuo
family home. Rates: Amerloao Plan fJ.ut renovatl'd A pleasant dent's Son to Maine. Of Tits ECLECTIC MKDIOAb ItKVIKW: says I
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aod $2 j Sold Term Cor. Ward! anti JelTernon Sts.
1 60>
no Easy
sad up. All cars form Uoloo I Station: ; European. Ucts of Unicorn root (Htbmkui JHolrti, ) which
stop at the door. of the chief Ingredients of the"Fa ._ . ..
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;i ij beautifully located Riverside Hotel H. W. IIANCOCK: 'roprletor. BILL SEWELL TO BE HIS GUIDE vorite"A' remedy Prescription whi.-h InvarlaMy" : sot &It a nt<'rln -
The at (1.1 SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.Wood
same mnnageureut ceo Cute Springs. III under the .. luvltforator of the entire* rriirodurllvo makes for normal system activity ,-" TIIJ: .

He continue"In Union IM.we have a ni.Hlli-a-
-- -- -- - -. Mr. ltooMv Old )l.nU.v Commit mont which more fully answer the above

DAYTONA Jn ACJf. Will Trail UIW Game Ho That IIUon annmtnltd.purpoumi then/ In any iuo/ uthrr trualnwntof Initf u'Uh dlwoawi which I.peculiar .." Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement )
: : ,
Hue Good !Sport! -Yon mv Nallv to women U IH seldom that a case I Is ..oft
whlrh does not prmvut. ""n1l.ln..h..tlon
Hunter, Greatly lirt.re. .J, Want sash for thin remwlial aor..')!.." Dr. "')'f.. tort bar :' j

he Seaside Inn ttYTON. to Apt .e ISarort.The ant "Tbw for following llulunlait: am(Unleont among the root loadingindications )) Pain Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick '
\ BEACH, Fi.A.In or aching In tho buck. with Uiiforrliaaiatonic .....
one story shack which Bill :Se: v. twaakeondlthms of tho nproUwtlvoortrann

now open for the winter .' under the ell always culled a camp and which 1* of,women aworlatoit mental with hronU dPurraHlon), "'UlMrnit'S and Irritability of- Office toot ot lingua Street .Jacksonville.. . Telephone No. 203 {
Iio1 ACE F. STKWAKT: lodm.niu man illenltmt<: of the owner, situated the rvproduftlTH organs of women, count antMunatlon
the of Horseback
1 ou hump of heat In the rvifltm of the klilnayat J. K. MUNXKKLYX General '
the hotel Is modern In ou l> Manairrl.!
Beach
all
lu appol.ilmenTsXltlVurm. , 1Xyit"na. hill, near the .shore of Lake Mattuwamkeag menorrhantadlootllint( ). duo to a weakened -
Rot rooms overlooking the ocean and oUonlte airy condition of tint rrpnxlmalvo BINKTIIaaitfnorrli ,
Pier Terms moderate. 1 ianng 1 s Casino and! Ocean , lu Maine U being put In shape
for the anticipated 1 vlnlt of Keruult periods. ), arlHlnir From or aeeumpanying an The Ohloiit KHtuhllHheil': I Grain and N'llIon.t l In Ihe Stateta
HORACE F" abnormal condition of the illiroHtlvo organs
STEWAUT.
Onner and MauaBcr. Roosevelt, son of the president, says a and aniemlc ( thin Mixxl) habit) drnggingaansatiuns -
In the extreme lower part ot the = .
special dispatch from Island }Palls Me., abdolllt"' ." Y et t.
TITUSVILLK.he to thu New York World The lad la If more or lens! of Invalid tho above symptom U -v'V'Jn.: A. SO'\:1.rS: 0 o. 4t '
are present no woman can >>
I-- cowIng! within the next few days to better, than take Dr. Pierre's Favorite

Maine hunter and hopes to Prescription, ono of the leading Ingrttdl- GRAIN HAY '
as a go ents of which Is Unicorn root or Holonla. AND GARDEN SEEDS :
away with the law's allowance of two and the medical. properties of which I Ituiost ,

Sterling TITUSVILLK, KT.OUIDA. deer and one moose. Close time on big faithfully represents.Of Flour t
Golden Seal root, another prominent ? Grits Meal and Fertilizers
will close the ,
la Maine
game hunting ingredient of "Favorite! JUMt MILLS
last day of November. Prof. Flnloy EIlliiRwood \l'rp"orlrtlon.- '' er.wvrerto. 20(1()( KastllayStioet, JACKSON( VILI.E FI.A. .
Medical College, Chicago, ways!: A r.W ,
nett
Located la the famous Not since Theodore Roosevelt acme
IJfDIAX RIVER ORANGE: :SECTION "It In an Important, remedy 1 m alsonler'of Cat t .''guts Fiee Warehouses on Hacks of S. A. 1.. U'y and l A, ('. r.. Ity.MeMurray .
to Mr. Sewcll'8:, cutup lu 18HO to recuperate the womb. In all 'alarrhal.'Ondlthm4alld !
lI'"noratonfuobl"l1Iont. It In utuful." d
Fine Quail and Duck Shooting Fishing and Yachting. from overstudy at Harvard has Prof. John M. Sctulder, 11)., late of .
the little town of Island Falls been BO Cincinnati, says of Golden Heal: root :
This house Is practically new, having been "In relation to Its general effect on the
entirely( rebuilt much stirred up, with the possible exception -
&
Kvntein. there i* nn mriHflnn in two alN'tlt who Baker
duiiog the past summer, many more rooms added of the departure of Sewell to fliers f1c"'l""fIIlmiJlI"'III'\ Iit :;
piazzas
: erected unlvrrtutllu/ regarded as the umlo useful lu
AVuiihlugtou to participate In the 1 Inauguration all Uubllltalud elates." -
and all modern conveniences
Installed and has been of Mr. Roosevelt n* president.That Prof. Bartholow :M. T) of' Jefferson 401-11 Hast Hay Street, .Jnck"nll\'IIIc.) riorl larMakois
:Medical College, says of Uoldf'l.'al:; t
COMPLETELY KE-KUKXIsIIED day wall even more Importantthan "Valuable In uterine h..ml>rrhaor... menorrhagta -
the one on which Sewell and hid (lloodlnir) and roturexl Ivo Uysuiunor and Jobbers of-
rhea (painful menstruation)."
Accommodations of the beet Hates wife and daughter arrived home from Plercii's Jo'lworito I Prescription faithfully -
: $20: Or
a day and
up. the capital or the receipt of the mall ri>pro ents all thn abovo nomad l In- Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

Special weekly and monthly rates. which announced l the appointment of prod: Ion tII recommended.and cure the diseases for which I ,

,j the presldout's friend as collector of they are i
Saddlery Rubber Tires
P. G. WALTON, Piopr. customs for the district of Aroostook ,

after a hard tight against Thomas Rewelf will go to BuiiKor to meet First-Class Repairing and Painting. Etc. Etc.

Phulr of Fort Fulrllold the starch king Kermit when ho come to the state.

ElCOCK HOUSE TITU&VILLE FLA. of the world. Mrs.! Sewell and Mills Scwell will go

Cur Wttsbiugton Ave.;and Main st There has always been a keen' desire along and probably Wilbur Dow who r

First-class Board at Reasonable K.itcs. Restaurant and Retail Grocery In among; thc:*e of the younger not of was! with Sp.lI'eli and Kermlt's father S. I S S .
connection' farmers' boys lu the vicinity of Island on the ranch In tho went back In the
MRS M. L. PEACOCK, Prop.Hotel ) Falls to see n son of Mr, Uoosevelt. eighties

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And In anticipation young

l\ll r.nOUHXB. velt's visit the native boys are sending DEVOTION OF JAPANESE

their money to the city to purchase --

rPi Carleton MKMJOURSE nORlD.I .\. new firearms and ammunition. They aatlvcs lung to Gh'e Ihvlr tlilltlrcuNfatK a t

Urevard County hope to escort Kermit on his trips In street c......

'Highest and healthiest on the INDIAN: 1UVKR." Hotel pith through the wood, but this Mr. Sewell President: HooH velt htul a conference

wide verltndaa. Sanitary plumbing, gts.light,, bath' looms on every II .or. I will not allow. It will bo Hill Sewell as recently( with :Menhuu C'olliert llirrrls,
and, private bulls, furnace heat and goad drinking water. Two blocks guide 'or else the sail of the president missionary bishop of thu :Methodist.

from Railroad, station, and near Crane Creek launch harboi., Excellent will do no hunting.Mr. EIhwolllIl church! for Jiiimu mid Korea: ''
lulling< and Hunting. Hates: $:!.50 per day Sewell believes he bus the privilege regarding the situation In Japan growing ptt'llfl'! BiPcn| t i

\ -- J. M. FERGUSON. of saying who shall accompany out of the discrimination by the
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--------------- young Roosevelt on his hunting trips. authorities of 'Hun Francisco against
olel! I
Bellevue
MELBOURNE. FLORIDA.A When Mr. Roosevelt was Inaugurated Japanese' : school children, says \Vush--
president two years ago Sewell and hid _.- .
to tho New York World
healthy winter ingtou special' -- -
resort
on high Urn]
pine
over-looking Indian '
River family were guests at the executive "I have been In Japan thirty-three
lives *2 and
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upward per daj. Special rates por week or season mansion. After the Inaugural bull the -
years saUl the bishop, "and can say Some of Our'Best Sellers
-Write for ra'es to- folks from Maine were ,seated about that the Japanese' entertain feelliiga! of ::
iDAI E.
M.
CAMI?BELL, '
K. w. CAMPBELL, the president's table discussing the profound friendship, gratitude and respect t

Manager./ Proprietor. day's events. for this country. No attention Star Brand Butter 5 and 10 Ib Sealed
Polls. . . 27cts
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"How do like ? the -
society president
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should be paid to stories that! tilt Jap-
asked Mr. Sewell. Fresh Pork and Frankfurter Sausage, In Kits. . . , $1.30
JlENnEltSON"ILLI: N. nnexo are conspiring against American
C. "Not for mine," the man from Maine interests. Japanese lire unusually sensitive Choice. Mackerel, In Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.25 ,

replied. "I'd a good deal rather be In about children. In Japan every- I In Tubs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.25

BE NEW BLUE RIDGE INN I1ENDEltSOXVILLE, the woods with you or oue of the boys body conspires to make the life of a

J NORTH CAROLINA. trailing deer or bear." child u happy one. So much respect In -Consumers, write for our Complete Price List.-

A three "So would I," replied the president, shown for the little ones that grown
story, front porch 20x0 feet. adorns the entire front of the hotel and before the words out of hit :
l were
dog the people get from their seats In streetcars '
/guests one of the finest up
lid door promenades possible, and the views from the month Kermit expressed the same opin- The
la a revelation. and give them to tho children up Enterprise Grocery Co.

ujou me seeking a quiet genteel hotel, Io the mountains for a few weeks' Ion. to a certain age. This accounts for the ,
''orplcasiue, write us for rates, "Lot me take the boy buck to Maine grief the'JupuneHe have felt when they '

eta"W 1\1. HEvVITT, Prop. with me," said Mr. Sewell. Hut the learned that Japanese children lu Sun:, I7 1 Bridge St. '

-- .- .. --. president would not agree, for Kermit Francisco hAve been discriminated ...nch.OIlVillc9:
1''Jo.-Jdn.
NEW YOUK.Marlborough then was but twelve years old and a against. They cannot understand, It i iCHAS.

-' little too young to rough It In the open: In view of the fact that Italian children - - -- --

arid Hut the there president that If promised Kermit expressed Bewell' then a and all, Irish nationalities/ children,are German received children the :s L '"tr :tMI: cSC OOBIT. .

,otel desire to hunt moose In future years public schjolrf, on au equality.! a stew, say B,.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
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Mr. Sewell would have the honor and - - -- dia.

duty of looking after the lad. King of all Cough AleriicliiCN! -

Broadway, 30th and 37th Streets, New York. It was not until a few days ago that Mr. E. (I. dusts, a mall can leiof ('u o.

tally located Renovated and LLUIITS the: moose hint secured control of Kcr-, ton Senior, Conn., who has been In the FULL QTS.tac .
ay.nsELECTRIC
:08.&ry hotel on Broad and nl'ELEPIIONIE rnlt. Going to his father, the sugges-; i U. H. Service for about xlx'ufti years,


room> ln the house. lou; was made that thee time was ripe I sajWe: have tried many citnuh nietllclown lt"ss! fDltPRCPAI a
wi0ce EAN PLAN" bath rooms. Rates: $1.50 and for croup, but Cbambel lulu's Cough ,
lard and upward with for a trip to Maine. The president
Lid j"8 t hl'th. *:J bath.' Parlor bedroom and bath $3: ', Remedy U king of nil und Oust to he lolled ti
wrote n letter to Sewell and asked If
upward. Parlor two bedrooms and bath *:S>> and upward. afewdnys' 'upon e>,eiy time. We also l tied Ir. /1
time" could be given to the the bo SWEENKY-TIEKNEY HOTEL COMPANY, boy at the camp by the shore of Lake' b.xli 1
living cents tcittiltii and leaving. no , ,
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E. M. TIEUNEY, Manager. tluttawamkeag. II.-,, B." F.irstle by All Dealers M fl :
j1zQTS
- Sewell didn't to let- --- _.
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er-he tcle'Tophed-ond preparationswere The I.itnil of the Ga umThroutrh QT : ,

-VISITORS TO NEW YORK CITY SIIOULP OO TOlie at once started to welcome Ker [ a Philadelphia: agent the king $ 00 SO 'l j
of the Uuzum: In northern Nigeria offer i 1"
mlt. Sewell wUl let revenue collections pedal! Inducements to young American ; ,

e (;iO West 92nd:.! Street- take cure of themselves wblle Kermit teacher to come and open school there.
Armstrol1g'Xo. Is hi Maine and will devote all his time Ills majesty In a cannibal.

( "7210 Riverside") to; trailing big game Into a corner Where the purrnkeet are wlnylnir I
And the monkey nimbly swinging :
where Kermit can easily bring It down
Live a prince of piquant palateOn
A select famlly-hotel, near Central Patk subwHjs,elevated and electric with his rllle. "an old domotlo plan. r .
railways The where Kermlt will lie la plain ami economic .
nnd all camp spend
places of Interest and '
a good starting point for Coney-
Though of penchant gaatronomlo
; 't
Island his nights looks not much different to-
Itockaway and all ether seaside and surburban pleasure resorts. And in various forma and flavor I '."
Single Iny than It did a quarter of a centuryago Ha much love hi. fellow'
rooms and suites with all man. .. conveniences .
new sanitary plumbing, .. -..
Private when a freckle faced consumptive ,. I I : rrl ""' -- 1:: .:;" 1 1Agnntg
lable baths porcelain tubs, ample hot and cold water supply, and hotel looking lad wearing eyeglasses In that land there are no hearses,,
and service combined with home-comforts and moderate Few obituary vere; ,
prices. dropped off the stagecoach and made
Terms There an undertnkr' village
$-,,oo for the PalMt Brewing) Co.
per week and upward for Hill He well's house.' The boy kept Would Increase Its solemn gloom f

A. ARMSTRONG. by himself, and neighbors spoke' of For no man his kindred burled - '
And they have no cemeteries -
him as "Teddy the heady" Sewell \
Where the
-- - -- -- tropic palm are* wavingIn
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told those who spoke disrespectfully the land of the Oasum.

YOU WANT A. of the young mail'that bill guest would FREET0TRUPTUREDHJ
.. Of the food his subjects calming
some day be president-and lie was tThat wise king brook no embalming: !

right. No exposures of stale viand. .
There Is little that U 'attractive In the paper ere are seen. ---- :e

about the camp. Its Interior consists There I* everyone a strangerTo Fur :M! J"'UIIII/l' / ti apeclnllst In curing: rupture, I bate cured thousands upon "
Lot all fear of ptomaine danger. thousand/ of ciiMt-H of of all kinds. llioiiHands ,(
.Building mostly of bunks ranged along the side So they need no meat Inspector rupture Literally of o re* of dangerous -
.. / rupture of long standing and pronounced Incurable liars been : ,
and covered with Or tree limbs for pillows With a can of kerosene. permanently
and On side cured by my simple Method. It Is a cure that stays cured and does sway with a
lot "trh a quilts. one .thereis Home kind neighboring tribe produce trusses forever This unnnds of strong testimonials/ from cured patient/ I will' '
BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY, an open fireplace, on the opposite The chief victual. for their uses. send a FBKK TRIAL treatment and complete demonstration to any .rnptured person

LAND FOR AN GRANGE GROVE, a rough table, where the guests take Save when for their wlve relation wMi| :r.f itt>f.01'"'. You can cure yourself right In.I your own home> without a> dan ..J

their meal, and along the walls there Aye They, and Juiit sometime now and for then each make other.room-' neroiis/ a IIt'c..1' l "pciHtl-in.. polo, danger or IOMK of time. Yon, "flfare: demands t v

Mk) PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK OARDE, are a few trophies of the bunt. The For there each man love. hi. brother. that yiMf ace. i-r tlls| irmrtksbie' 'reo offer and wilte m" at once, Do not send any .y "

ably ttTe for ate Just what you are seeking. exterior Is of pine boards In the rough, O'er a race of beef trout corner) money Tlte ;IH'' rice' ni.nt and full demonitlrntioa, are Alwolutely Irer. I have 'k ka
and several holes have been patched Reigns the king of the Qaium. Mull ..hul.. ouiliiK a few mote thousand c.i"e* of rupture. Curing rupture }1. ', t4
Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room. If you art with pieces of tar and the Chicago :or_.. not ..n "olm.nt| s lth me, ai my 2$ years of actual' experience In curing many l
up paper (
looking this thousand ..f o i....i> will pll"A. Write for the Free Tientnifnr and full Demonrr \
way, drop a line to like. For blinds to the windows there
Tit. Heat Literature. ,,tlnn '''d..v. end urn will forever bleu the dry that you Hint heard o( the Hie ,
JAS. E. 3rd Vice-president are thick !boards which are fastened Perfect hut.' Cure. ..dim .
INGRAHAM. The best literature of our day \I. not ute A 1}
On the Inside with books when the 1
I I In action It I. lu poetry lu biography Dr. WILLIAM SEWARD RICE 'j'
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y snow gets to blowing in too fiercely.
In history and I lu criticism.-London 30:1fain>: St., ADAMS: N Y. . 1" '
The chimney Is on the outside of the I
.RT. AUOUSTINR.JHE FT-AA Sphere. - - -._ _. :4', ('f
building and Is built of stones which ",' d

-- have been dug from the bole made To Cure H Cold In One '

1 E ADVOCATEJOB PRI'NTINii OFFICE The by> trees outside blown looks over anything In( windstorm bat cheery. Take T.AXATIVK OrniritlMi re>IIOO uml the QCIVINK money Day: T If bInts It- SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE ,:

but It III In direct contrast with that of fall to cure. KV. Drove's signature
ALL . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING ; i iM
KINDS OF JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE RATES th IntlorI la each bas 23c. .










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We have one of ths largest stocks of Christmas Goods .ever brought to the Indian River, consisting of Wooden and Chinaware, i ii

ported from: Japan and Europe; Burnt Leather and Wood Novelties of all kinds, an elegant assortment of Stationery! Perfumes, Toilet !
' Presents from
-tides, Children's Christmas Books, Albums, Etc., In fact our stock is complete, and to see it, is to buy your Christmas U!

FL0 3J::J:1'.A.F. .
:]QED C7E::: 5S II-I.A..]E 1'VI.A.C"Y"::: 'I'SIILeLE.

.4.. :J.\tIOB.G-.A.N": Prc' >pri.o1or.;
than one of these excellent
We are agents for the famous Victor, Columbia and Edison Talking Machines. You could not make a more acceptable Present ms

ments, nor anything that would be more thoroughly enjoyed by the whole family. Prices range from $ t 5.00 up.


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: F, A.. MonoAI. ,Proprietor. ))1&. B. R. BLAKltWOOD, Rejtl.terool 1 11"111111 !

' BOARDThe -Mr. and l\Ir8.I1. Faust and son leave i
<( : RINGS FOR MEN. I
: I j Board of Public Instruction met for Sanford today. j jf

at 2:10:: p. m., Monday, Dec. 3rd 1000. ROGERS: 1847 KNIVES and FORKS,

I' ************* Our stock embraces many smart designs in i ir I Present Arnold,: R.A. L.J Mime Carter chairman, and John E. R.H. $. 00 per set at O. I.. Mandavllle's.Mr. RED [: :: PHARMACY

I Walker secretary E. L. Brady returned from Miami .
? Seals and Fancy Stone Rings, Masonic Rings. :-K The minutes of the last regular! meeting -
J
Wednesday.Miss
on
were read and adopted.The .
Elk Rings. Etc. Write for Catalogue. : Treasurers presented his report Maggie (,Collins who has been '

of paid the for moneys the month received of Oct and, 1000 warrant lame enjoying a two weekV visit with friends i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
:
I' <<: 5 s SATISFACTION i was examined and found correct and the In Mt. Augustine, returned to her home \ Complete Stock of-

OK 4. redeemed warrants duly cancelled aDd in Titusvllle, Thursday afternoon.Dr. -
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JEWELERS<< A SILVEH8MITII8 .. filed. .
MONEY IlKFUNOKU!: .... C C. Felgel, wife and bright PUR&\ DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. Financial Btatoiu nt. little weeks' visit
To Hon. A.A. Stewart,Clerk of Circuit Court daughter, after a two
***************************************************** Sir-In (\ Florida: :; with Section 3, Chapter47x6 In Titusvllle, left, yesterday, for Fort : tCrI'I'escI'lptions Filled with tbe -
. ; Laws of we hereby die with you
Pierce board their Hunch Thelm
-- -- - - following: iMmliml statement of all moneys on : Utmost Care and Promptlsude'WE *
rerelveil, made. l and warrant.
. EX.: "ST.Successor PXTTS" JUDGE M. S. JONES AGAINST Issued for the appropriations inooth ending IMx 3, lIMit! -Mr. n. B. Mace Is now In the Banana .

,- to R. L. MOTLOW SALOONS. Warrant outstanding at la t ntportCounty River enjoying the fine duck bhootlng : WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
school fund. .... ... $J,4. B4
I 1I Speolal" tax.. school.. Dlat... No. t, 3 IIlI He Is on board his yacht, the Eleanor, j..+..+..4....+........+.++........+..++.*..+*....
I' Eau Gallln, Fla Deo. 0, 100(1 Warrants Issued No. 2, -611 '3,4J7C with Capt. J. L. Mobley'charge.A / .
(" at this lDeetlng-

Editor Eat Coatt Advocate: Cdunty school fund ... ..... (1,70108 FINE LINE OF CHRIS:!'TMAS STA

Will you kindly publish the lnclo article In your next issue We have permission Warrant pahl'in Nov. 1906- .
from Judge Jones to reproduce County school fund....., .. 830 MI

: this article In the Brevard county papers I \ Total nowoutntandlufcS 4,578 42 -Rev. E. N Walker, of Philadelphia,

I Yours truly Total now outstanding as follow_ arrived In Tltusvllle !hut Filday after. -4-KBEH KUTTER GOODS&{
ANTI SAI.OOX T.ltAOUlt
: :
. school fund .. '
County 4.S7J 9Special noon. On Sunday morning he preached
tax school Dist..No 1, 8 SB ,
L a ", 2, 611' 4 578 n i In St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, and

D Editor St. Luole County Tribune: Total cash on hand......., ..... 244 011 ..In the afternoon left for Cocoa. They can't bo be

I have the honor to acknowledge Deficit In funds...... .. .. .. .... > ...3.134 j i :
your
favor of yesterday. CAfth Hnlanees.. THE LARGEST" LINE!: Of CUT GLASSever !

C Of course the judge of the clioul County school fund- shown on the Eat Count of Floi Sold
by
) : rynBArlrtT
\ court ought not In advance to have an Hoi cash" on hand at last reports 9 75Itooelved Ida at U. L. Mandavllle's. ?= r
l \ opinion on tbe manner of holding any; In .Nov. IMHI....... 70SH8
particular election, but on the morals of Total. " ....... .. 1I11oLel8 -Rev. W. A. Myers, of Key West, assisted _
'1 Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, the liquor business, geperally, I take It. warrants paid In Nov. 1006 eM64 >9 65 00 by some local 'temperance advocates == == JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
_
Ales Stout, Eto. he may have, and also express, an Special, tax school Uht. No. 1- addressed the people of Tltusville ,

gp Send me your orders! opinion.Much experience To the point and then observation: has rash on hand at last report ...$ 367 at the Court-house on Saturday and Mon TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Rica In .... ... ..
TITUSVILLE and C *COA, FLORIDA. Nov. 1116. : 1L9"'
/given me an aversion to the saloon. Total ........ .. ,........, !z b en day evenings. Tbe court-room was
Much experience add observation\ has No pa)menu 1XH 15 CO well-fill with an interesting andience.
convinced me that demoralization Is In- BpecUl tax school Disc No. 2- ,- TXTUS-VXLLE L.L ..wit" ST.A.DL
Robbins & Graham Co evltanly engendered by the saloon, and Cash on hand at la.t report.. S 0 39 -Read the new ads. of J. Oaky, Jack

that such demoralization overpowers ail No receipts or payments sonvllle, on paesI/ and 5. Alligatorsand -

.. (Incorporated.) Influence and teaching-religious aDd "Hpeo' fund' U,chap, BM3 'law ria. orange sticks are wanted. FEED AND SALE SADDLE nOR.
paiental. It sways and hardens the Cash on hand at last report., IIU 00

PAID UP CAPITAL $J5,000.00This / conscience of barkeeper and patrons. .. 244 -The Sterling: TI tusvllle, has been ...STABLEs. 9
Total. .. ... ........... _$ .. BUGGIES,
Sooner or later the milk of human
company own overflowing with guests this week.
kindness will be dried up ID the heart 01 Itemized Receipt BAGGAGE \91 j- 1 SURE

i- -Ansr ZD s. the man who runs the saloon and soon County tchor.l fund- -The many friends of Rev. Father

er or later the habit of attending it will Cash on hand. at last report ... ft nRe.'d and TURXOU'l'HAULING
O'Boyle were pleased to see him on our TRANSFER ,
M the Indian Rivet Country; On the St. end In disaster to the man who spends E: W Hall poll 1IHI4' .." .1 00
his time In It. u e HM15) .. 300 streets, yesterday. Father O'Boyle, who /
Lnole Hirer; at New River and on Bay tux 11X18 :::..: 1l 161 ETC. ..all kinds.
Almost all social and was In of the Catholic church in
men are convivial flout mill stale tax (W5 w charge
Blsonyne. Prices to suit the times by nature, and almost all men are .". K..W'ftlll) bolls iwxl....:; it 00 Pltusville for some years, and now has
tax I'KW 1071 a.. ivr. OffaL
:n
thus likely to be swept by Its aimed
I Send for Land List. Reo'd Comptroller tax 160610110. 13 Oii< 715 03 charge of the Daytona church, has just _
tlons Into debt and excess, and to end TITUSVILLF.ID rear of Robblos Law Office> YI.O
s Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. by neglecting,: the family, the first and Special tax school Diet No. 1- retained from the North where he has a
tenderest tie that our Great Creator es Cash on hand at last report .. ( 67Reo'd spent about four months -------- --------- ----- --
K W Hall tax IIKIS,... .... 78.1
tablished.\ To strong men the saloon Is " tau. ... 1 fI6 :PARKER: : :::: : :SEOS.:
East Coast Meat Market ever dangerous; to weak men It Is Inevitably Reo'd Comptroller tax 111'1\1.3.. a 941 13 60 BEAUTIFUL STEHLINK BRUSH, ,
ruinous. Bpealal tax school Dlst.No. 2. Comb and Mirror Sets, for $:).O() at G. TITUSVILLEIFLORIDA.( '

I I do not believe In sumptuary law, and Cull on hand at last" report, .. 0 80 L. Mandavllle'a. "
I believe Tin: : and: SHoot; Iron: 'IItTCrJ.Ji.or:
O. F. DUREN, Agent strongly in the theory of personal Special school fund o"Cliap M83 Laws.

liberty. But the necessities of the Hal cash on hand at last. report,.... .... I 15400 -Mr. and Mrs L. ,C. Branniog and TANKS OF ALL KINDS MADE TO ORDER,
a= .=3co social union have made necessary aud rlrs. C. L.
established the power to restrict and restrain Total.... .................. f Bin 6J Wright expect to leave hereon HOOFING-TIN AND GALVANIZED I
f a. these natural rights the exerciseof Monday or Tuesday, to remain all BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,

En w which mllltaton against the mass;and Itemized: Expendltur.s.Connr . the winter. Mr. Branning will have Dealers In BICYCLES: AND BICYCLE SUXDI"Woaclac.

2. surely, all thinking men have agrees School Fund charge of the Palm Beach station, as
.J K Walker alary supt for Nov. m 00 -G-on.ora1.
+ SS >> that the open saloon Is a most fruitful Teachers. Bvlarles.... ... .......1,4.15 oil usual, this season. They have rented : Repair:: : : :.- -
= source of want and sorrow and sin, as It US Mims' per ulem nillaire. ,. t HO ------- - --- ------. -. ----- -- -
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A.tra well all A J Carter per diem, nifluge 3 80E. their house to Mr. and Mrs. Thos. W.
t- In \ Its awful rumlfloHtlona. The
== sale of liquor might be NO regulated as John i. H. Henry Arn..ld"*type min" for nub." 11 2 no 00: Penney, of Little Compton, R. I., a Eaj.. :RRAIOt: :: :: :SEa:

to bo consistent with the public good, E. C. L.Jt H.Co heater for No. 22. K) OoH valued subscriber to the AOVOOATK.Mr. .
4 A W H Drew Co II S hook... I 41 -DEALERS IN- .
_. yb but the open saloon will always be reopu Amerlnan Rook Co., free hooks ,, '
rL7d eo- nant to good morals. and social safety. "'fll.lt", Hlghnohool books. 'IJ 07 33 f7 Geo. A. Hoed, a well known attorney GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODIKWe
It Is bird to control the appetites of Glnn .t I: Co) HlKh School HOOKS. 04It ,
40 a K; WakKttuhl janitor No. 16... It oofoiliison ; Worcester, Mass., arrived In handle
and PRODUCE of all kind's. FERTILUWe
men, this single fact maker the only .. We are agent for MAPES
Hro No 'a. lUll
repair
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. difficulty In the way of prohibition. Putdown Walker Hdw Co supl' No.ll,Wcts 'itusvllle on Tuesday, accompanied by deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all con
the saloon and the "blind tiger" Is No. IM, '1.10 ... ........ ,. a 00 his mother. They have rented rooms at ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.

I : liable to succeed to It with an effrontery O material F Duron l.tt janitor! ..No.6.... ,...$.11,00..., 669BAST tbs oozy home of Mr. and Mrs.' S. N. E. L. BRADY BRO. . . TITUSVILLE, FLA.

THE ANHEUSER BUSCH that shocks the nerve and fortitude of CoA 'r ADVO , ,,, the staunchest citizen But the "blindtiller" llshlnit Huan statement.... ... 2 OO
'Bansportrnapnplla ..... ...11100 been piling Into the law office of 'Mr. ct '
Is weaker than Its congener the J It Walker freight, s. ::N" <> "rC>:N".
express poatajre.oto
Brewing Asso's saloon. It la under the unmitigated ban ....... .. .'. 19 Ifl Robbins so rapidly, that Mr. Reed has
. '' of the law while the saloon Is bolsteredup I R State: i i'k'l Interest for Nov. 6 80Brevard come to Tltusvllle for the purpose of (Successor to Wagoner, & Co.)
Co "State" Hank interest
I by technical rights/ Incident to Its Cut.and Nov........ ... a MK assisting Mr. Robblus for the next six -Dealer In-
Famous Bt Louis Keg and Hot, license The saloon Is thus endowed No.29....
C Co.
L .A 8"' supplies : Ill 00
I tledlB er. with the decency of A legal status- while eter rtelren l'iOl1.: .. 3t 30 months or soVe welcome Mr. and STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT t
the "blind tiger" Is more rleso stifled; K!: Cheater repair Nt>. M ........ :.379ank Irs. Reed to Tltusvllle.CHURCH ,
: "' nUon extra work No. 18 A 16Vm
Bold Messrs.F.A.. and
..y by Lesley the air of PRODUCE OF ALL
by very roguery and secrecy Hindle frt on b board No. is 4 OU KINDS ,
4 R.L. Motlow TltUiTllle.ru. In which It abides. In the language of J F Farley lumber and; materialNo. TITUSVILLK FLORIDA.
wise old friend of mine :M................. ... ....... 5 7Totall.a..e NOTICES.
B,Mr.R.L. Motlow,Cocoa,I'la.I a licensed tIger -
with both eyes open is more deadly $1,71)1 03 -
than many blind ones." Indeed the Attest: E. B. AliMOLD, :R1: acksrc..i
JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., Rev Wm. Stones will preach at LaGrange : & Repair: She
"blind tiger" thrives only when the sentiment J. R. WALKER: Chairman, pro tem.
on Sunday 1>tto. Ill, at II a, m.
I\ of the public Indifferent. It Is Secretary.On and at Tltusvllle at 7:30 p. m. ENNIS & FORT, Props TITUSVILLE FLA.
Sole Distributors, not any business of mine to meddle, but motion, the sum of nine and thlrty- ,
.. If St. Lucie county goes dry and her fathers nine one-humreth! dollars now In Special Rev J. B. Hawk will preach at Geor-
Wagon
610 to 620 West Day Street and mothers are brave and persistent Tax, School Dlst. No. a fund, was transferred lana on Sunday, Deo. II), at 11 a. m. Up and down river Makers and Repairers-Horse Shoeing a specialty
I In holding,: up public sentiment to to the County "School| Fund, and and 7 p. m. Give work have our special I\tttention-we pay freight one
JVKO VILLE!:, F LA. the sticking point In the maintenance of Treasurer Is Instructed tol) make said The evening service will be In the interest us your work. We guarantee: satisfaction.

F the law, the "blind tiger" will not thriveIn transfer, and to place any', other money of a dry county at the election on -- - -
tr4( your midst, for in my opinion the which may come Into this fund to the Dec. 13th. Subject of the sermon: "The
I k West End court officers now nerving and those to redlt.of the County School: fund, and to little red button or the cause of It all." The N'o reltSr Store.Stationery : .
Pharmacy succeed, are lovers of the law and will pay the U IA per cent outstanding warranton
be cealous In enforcing In all particu said Diet. Xo. 2 fund, out ot tbe DAPTIST CHURCH.
Books
f. EAU OALLIE, FLA. County School Fund money Dist. No. 3 Services at LaGrange every let Sunday Notions Fancy Dishes, Candy, Toys, Etc. /5o. and'\

P S. C. Hodgson, M. D., R, P., lars.Perhaps I could not further Impress laving received more than Its proportion at 11 a. m and 7:30 p. m. -HOLIDAY GOODS Counters..
my View of the matter If I wrote a heretofore, and as no Assessment Services atIndianola, every 2nd Sun. Three doors A SPECIALTY-
r Proprietor. column or two, so will close with an as- will\ hereafter be levied In said Diet No.2. dRY at 10:30: a. m. and 7:30: p. m. I M. DODSON! south of J._R. Walker'. Dry.. Good Store.
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Corner of Young and Houston Streets. Mr. R. E. Minis tendered his TITUSVILLE, FI
surance of great respect for the Tribune. resigns.llou Services at Tltusville every 3rd and 4th .
Very truly, as member of the Board of Public Sundays 11 a. m. and 7:31) p. m. Sun- -- - ._ .
Complete Stock of Drugs,: and Druggist's MINOR S, JOXBS.: nstructlon, on account of press of his day School every Sunday at 10 a: m.,
4 I: buudrles Cigars, Stationery: Perfumery own personal business The Board reluctantly and prayer meeting every Thursday at INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

r' Toilet Articles, accepted the same. 7:30: p. m. Rev. Wm. Stones pastor. I "
Souvenir: Cards SOLD HIS ORANGE GROVE. '' TITUSVILLE
There being,: no further business the FLA.
Candles, Eto. -- Board adjourned to meet tbe first Monday II prepared to furnish Ice In attt.
any quantity-Sacked loose. Special
I Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of Tltusvllle- In Jan., 11)07) at 4:30: p. m. THE WALTON BLOCK CO. : paid sacking for Yachts 'for or
or family motto.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. Miami, has sold his fine orange grove at IN'o.n. WALKER. I nse. Fair dealing Is my
T. T.
NaOrance, near Tltusvllle to Mr. A. M. Secretary. At a recent meeting of the stockholders WETMORE, Proprietor.
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Terwellllger one of the biggest orange --- -- - of the Walton Self,Locking u _.

I Hodgson Bros. growers In Brevard county, for $13t'00.: vvvvnvyTvvvvyvvvvvvyvvvvvV1mech. I Block Company of Boston Captain J,

;, i O. Walton of Boston and Titusville, was Whitehall Portland
r..'; CHRISTMAS TREE. ; again' elected president; and Claude Cement.
EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA \ Walton,' -pre"ldent and general man-

'. : Marine Hallway. There will be a ChrUtmts tree at the ager. 600 Banels will be received In the next sixty days.
'
I'I General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. Mime church on Christm night Deo. 13 13E DANCE IN TITUSVILLE. Costs a little mote than otter cement but is 1
3th, at 7l: ( p. m. Orange ooclt

,. ..Special Facilities..

For Hauling Out, Storing aud Repairing Ucntlstr). Sticl- The of Tltnsvllle their eoJnyable Social Club dances gave In the another East Coast Lumber & Supply Co.,

Yachts and Launches. ... Opera house Wednesday night. It EAU OAU.IE. FLORiI/3.
Dr. J. \V. Newman Dentist. of West was largely attended cud the merry
f Mention the JtnvooATit when writing. Palm Beach will be In Tltusillle for a E J. osK-1r 3 dancer "tripped tbe light fantastic"
week and ctn be found at the brick until midnight

building front of tbe Court House. =; tTnoktaonvillo 3 Tbe TJtosrllle Social Clnb will give| THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
FOR ALL KINDS OF JOU PRINTINGremember He will be pleased to see any one dssir Tin..AAAAAAAA.AA.AAAAAA.AAA..a. another one of these pleasant dances

C the ADVOCATE: office. lug any line of dentistry. S next Thursday night Dec. ailtb.! DOES ALL
KINDS OF
JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE ltA'l'I







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