East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00054
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1908
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00054
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL .NEWS Geo. II, Pentad Hardware Co. Looking for Clothes Satisfaction Orange Hoie cmocnuir.H ANU )EATS, AMONG THE HOTELSTake
Johnson Paterson Cocoa.
Dealers In Wholesale i and Retail Hard- ,
You can get It at our store. We are We furnish the best box made using/
of General Interest. noto of the Intel ads on our
Ind Topic ware paints, oils, sash, doors, blinds *
of hand tnlloiet *
showing good
a display Panel End '*
the famous "Lock Joint
We carry In stock .a full and complete 4th and th pages. f
cement, brick and shingles
clothes make the ScbUms Bros. of
by smooth bright veneer pine or
stock of and Oro'erill.Ho.1
Fancy Staple
Machine !Shops all kinds of repair Baltimore and New York. They ate I' Ilea The ADVOOATR I I. on file at all the
',' ADVOCATE des, and either sawml or shaveii Hcarlet and Robin Hood Canned
THE work on engines bullets and Naphtha known aa the satisfying sort-and they best hotel In New York city.1T" .
hoops. our prices wrap"and Fruits and Vegetables Holm's Pickles

fil.fiO' Persia months,In advance.". launches. are priced all the way up to .23.00. You cement-coated Nails.W. I and ;Vlnegais, .Elgin and 4 Crown Pilot The Sterling, close to F. E, C.
; .7i Tin 1 and Metal work plumbing steam
,2.00 per an. to foreign countries should see Scblosa Bros'. dandy suits at A. .MKRRIDAY: Co. Butt*. s Railway station Tltusvllle, Is open for
; and fitting Good Work at lowest
gall $10.00, $1500 and $2000.: We have 10 U I Palatka Fla Hay Grain anal Seeds the season. Read ad. on '7th page.
When subscribe for the AnvoJIATB prices had their
I you never f'jualln our store
We also handle tbe beat Florida and
t the It does not cost you GKO. H. FBRSAID HARDWARK: Co., MrAS.1)enlsonofllu.ttnformerlyowner '
by year and can not duplicate them else-
you of Eau Gallle
Included. .. -Mr. Klngan Hodgson, Western MeatsBeef Lamb, Mutton of the Brock house Enterprise
Wee cents per week postage Sanford Fla. where. ,
.. was a pleasant visitor to town on Tues and Pork Give us trial order baa rented the Kernan residence St. .
1 Reading notice ads. are ten cents Jf you want tbe best goods at tbe mot day. JOHNHOX: A: PATFIIKOV COCOA FI.A -1
.Er Augustine for the winter Mr. and Mrs
-Mr. E. L. Brady loft here on Monday
reasonable prices call on or write
'1 terllne on this page. / -Rev. Win Stones and wife arrived Denlson spent the summer In Ireland
night for Miami to look after his WriSTON 8. IlRAN.NINO,
-Do want a good automobileheap I; business Interests. 1Messrs. borne Sunday front a pleasant visit In -Mr. 11. B. Jenncrson of Oak Hill /
you Headquarters For Style and Value. I Notwithstanding all report toylh I
t Read the ad.dn 8th page. .Daytooa with their aon and daughter was among,; the pleasant callers at this
; L. K. and Oscar Rose who Tltusvllle, HayST contrary, Hotel Indian River Rocklndge

_After the long' afteU I of warm weather spent Christmas with their mother In FRESH: WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. office will open on Wednesday, January 15th,

fur people were glad of a cool breeze onpuenday. J Jacksonville returned to this place on If you are looking for a furnUht Besl In town Tltusvllle Pharmacy -Mr. H. R. Perryv of\VI DR tead I. Ct. under the management/ of Mr, CharlesF.

Sunday. ed cottage for the winter read the ads,. -Dean Robottom left here, yesterday, Is now occupying the position of 1 bookkeeper Dwyer, son o( the late Mr. Michael P.

AT INDY'S. on this page.Quite : for City Point to examine Mr. W. 11. at the Tltusvllle Ice Factory Dwyer) the one-time owner of aome ofmitst \
a number attended the New Cresson for tbe Episcopal ministry I TRY GOLDSMITH FOR OnOCEIUEi.I famous. race horses In the world.
-Miss II. W. ,Brown superintendent /By-I' you do nut read every pageof Yeai's ball at the Tltua I This flo. hotel t is up-todate In every "

t'' j ,Canaveral Club-one of the most up: this paper you are liable to miss vllle, on New Year's Eve Opera house -Read the new display ad. of Marvin I /-Mr*. J. X. Frsster; who has been respect. Read the ad. on our Stir page 0'

''i plate clubs In the South-was a guest some of the most Interesting local Item, Goodman grocer etc., 00 our Ctb page I visiting her married daughter at Seale Jn reply to letters received at the }:

,ff the Sterling Tltnsvllle, on Monday. which are scattered on every pRjII..n TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES. He I I. bidding for a share of your patron- : Alabama, for quite a while returned to ADVOOATH| office from ,'some of our ;

J, -Quite a number of school teaches -Mrs. T. Blake Walker of Jacksonville -Mr, W. E. Gerow, of the' Atlantic age i Tltnsvllle,Tuesday. northern subscriber and other, asking ,

I were In Tltnsvllle the first of the week after spending (he i:1)tint mas holidays Supply Co., Jacksonville was In Tltll8- -Mr. George M. Robbins left here, -Mrs. I', H Wright has received asa particulars about the F." E. C. Ry. Co.'*

j in route to St. Petersburg to attend the with her psrents' Captain and Mrs. vllle\ last Saturday shaking bands with yesterday for Miami, to defend Mr Christmas present a pretty new Buggy hotels, we Inform them that the '

I neetlngs of the State Teachers' AssoolaI James Prltohard., .left for borne on Mon his old friends. Wm. M. Brown late president of the II and set of new barncsK with which she Aloacar St. .Augustine under the

I (lion. day. -Miss. Frances Robottom who spent Fort Dallas' National Bank at his comIng I II much pleased. fMrs. management of Mr. John Anderson I I.

-Mrs. George F. 'Ensey, of,Tropic, a -Mr. R. P. Paddlson Jr., lice return- Jbe holidays with her parents, Dean and trial. Mrs. Robbins and Robbins Douglas' Harry Wilson left here on Sunday open and ha been cntsrtalng guest'
Robbins Mr. to
ormer popular resident of Tltulvllle.tal ed to his' home at Lake Helen after a Mrs. Robottora of Palm street Tltuovllle accompanied for Fort Pierce on a visit of a weekor since Dec 7th. ;

in town yesterday shaking bands pleasant visit: with Mr. aud Mrs. Oeo.M returned, Wednesday to Orlando, Miami. two with her sister and brotber-ln- Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, under '

flth old friends, bhe was accompanied Robblns at this place; and Mr and where she Is at tbe C.tbedralcollelle. -1'he sloop.yacht, Dolphin> owned by law Mr and Mrs A. K. Wilson. the management of Mr. Robert Murray, ,i

I ty her Ion. Both,left for home ,e.ter. Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlaon, at Ban G 'llle. BKAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF SEA Ex-Governor Melville\ Bull, of Newport -Miss Joy of New York who I II tour will Ormond open on Ormoud-on-tbe.llallflul.Tuesday nest, Jan. Tth. will\ ,
K I., anchored: off the City lVharf 'J'I.tUllv1le. v
lay. LADIES YOU SHOULD SEE TIlE Shells and Novelties at the Titus- \ on Tuesday, with Captain Geo. log the State registered at the !Sterling open on Tuesday next, Jan. 7th under '

JCRT GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES. pretty line of Queen Quality Oxfords, vllle Pbaitnacy. Cope, a retired naval officer in com Tltusvllle yesterday on her way to the management of Mr J. UTrrloe. '

-Commodore J. II. Allen, of the Out- all shapes and sizes Large shipment -Dr. John M, Dlxon, of Jacksonville, mand. Gov. Bull, who gave u* a pleasant Palm Beach Miami and other place. o The Breakers, Palm Beach under the 't

lilt Club Clifton, was a guest of tbe )just arrived, at Brannlog', TUusville.\ who attended Installation at Masonic call, said be was on a cruise south -Mr. C, S. Hall, Inspector of agent management of Mr. Leland Starry, opened -

1, {Iterllng lltusvillr, a couple of days the -Dr. E E. RoJIias a formerpopular ball, Tltusvllle, and banquet returned to Palm Beach, Miami and Key West for the Germania Life Insurance Co., on Saturday, Deo !21,

Irst of the week. He also went to Rock- resident of Tltusvllle, but now of Fort home on Saturday.. Dr. Dlxon's many and expected to do some hunting and : has been a guest of the Sterling Titus The Royal PolnclaDA, Palm Beach,

I edge to make arrangements for the comI Pierce was a welcome visitor to Titusvlll old friends are always glad to see him fishing en route there and back vllle, till week. Ills geniality has made will-'pen on Thursday Jan. Otb, under 4

I ng motor boat races. \ on Mondar. He was around town In town him many friends In Titusvllle the management of Mr Fred Sterry and
Mr. Landon Raeder and Miss
I slater
I -Rev. HUdge Walker conducted ser- receiving hearty handshakes fijora many -Mlns Mabel Berge a former popular Raeder; and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hey. -Dr. C, A Pease, who has beta a Mr. II, E. Bemis '
Miami under the
flee at St. Gabriel'* Episcopal' church old! friends.! winter resident of lltuavllle\ but now of wood, of New York and Colorado who guest of Canaveral Club for a week or Ityyal Palm management '
of Mr. Jos. P, Greaves opened on
ntusvllle, on Sunday evening. This -A number of people ate joining/ Dr. New Smyrna, arrived In Tltusvllle on are" on board the cozy schooner-yacht 10. registered at tbe Sterling Tltusvllle Deo. 7th.
,j' Saturday
f' "as his first Appearance In Titusvllle Miller's dental class, at Tltusvllle. It Tuesday on a short visit with Miss Captain Jack, left here tbe first of tbe yesterday, on bis way to the Breakers, The BrltlshBahama
Colonial Nassau' N. P. (
\ ,his winter since bis return from the saves you twenty-five per cent. of your Daisy Brady.. Her many friends were week, for the head of Lpdlsn River They Palm Beach L>r. Pease, who I la a prom Islands under the +
i,,; forth, and a large congregation greeted dental bills. pleased to see her In town..: have' had excellent sport duck shooting inent phvilclan In Boston, Ma..., had Demi managerment
'r', of Mr If. E. and Mr. J. W.
\I'r' ilm !Your attention Is called to the dh. Masters Rufua and Richard Robbins, but think the weather rather warm on goal sport while at Canaveral. Club. Green will open on Tuesday Jan. ?tb, +'

"t FOE DENTOS Is now located at Fort play ad. of the Columbia Steam Laundryat who spent tbe holidays i fn Tltusvllle Indian River, The Captain Jack; re- -The King Stook Company will per-

Pierce. Dentistry In all of Its branches Lake City\ Fla, on our 6th page. with their parents Mr. and Mrs George tured here yesterday, and moored to the Form at the Opera House Tltusvllle, tomorrow ,A PRETTY WEDDING. t
F M. Robbins left for their respective City wharf and again sailed oft for tbe
skillfully executed.Dr. This laundry does good work, and wants evening Saturday J'Duary4tb. -

J. Edward Urich. your patronage. for G L. Mandavllle, colleges on Wednesday-the former for Banana river this'morning. The above A 8.act comedy-drama, entitled luD. A very pretty church wedding was ,

our weli-known jeweler is the Tltusvllle Stetson University DeLand; and the party are having a delightful time, bunt dering Billy, or the Man from the Golden solemnize at Courteney on Wednesday -
-Mrs. Mae and Miss Nona Warnock and In the river.
Rollins Winter log fishing
latter for Park
College will be There.are 1st; 1008 at noon
..t f Jamaica ,N. -Y., have arrived In St.kugustlne agent. West, produced. January high ,

for the winter, and)Ir. and -Rev. Wm. F; Allen wife and baby -Mr. Clinton Newton, official repre- TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES. 12 In tbe company,' and they bave been when Miss Catherine "Hms. ,' the eldest
sentlve of Sun Brothers' Shows,. was apleasant laying to crowded houses ID all\ the best daughter of Mr, M. 8. S.ml. and Mr.
Mrs. Wnu A. Warnock will soon follow left here, Tuesday night for Key West -Rev. F. P. MoCall the new' pastorof
in the 8 ate. Reserved seat are Power joined In the holy
caller at this office on Monday .OWDH Joseph were
0 the land of sunshine and flowers. Mr where Rev Allen has beet"nppoloted to Tltusvllle charge, wife and two
for' sale at Brannlng' clothing store. bond of wedlock by Archdeacon P.
to the Shows ,
morning, pay advertising
Varnock is Colonel of the Methodist church.
dih [ a nephew of the late take: charge. children arrived Tuesday afternoon He
Reserved seats Vie general admission J. Robottora, of the Episcopal 'oburob.
bill, which they have always done ;
"id Mrs. A. Degranw, and he owns con Rev. Allen and wife have resided In Tltusvllle found the open, clean and In
this parsonage fOo children 2To. quite a number of the friend and relative
promptly This Is a Georgia ; ,
iderable for several and their town
property at places on years, many order preparatory to his coming Also
and Is show tbe of the contracting parties were '
odlan River, Including/ Tltusvllle and friends regret their departure frtra our Shpw a good for the ladles had abundantly supplied the .
:Idora. midst. price and number of people who pay with eatable of every needed SUN BROS. SHOWS. present to witness the osremoole )' ., t '
for admission Miss Catherine U A young lady of. If- 1
k 1 -The engagement I.i announced of TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES. kind. They expressed themselves as On Monday afternoon and eveningthe marked aocompllshraentifand rare worth .

Illas Goodhue the charming and popuIT Ex.Governor Melville Bull r. of New. TRY GOLDSMITH FOR GROCERIES.Mr. being delighted. This Is Rev. MoCall't Sun Itros. Show gave performancesn while the groom Mr. Powers, I I. .a > ,
M. Flagler president of second charge In tbe Conference. Tltusvllle to very large audience, the
daughter of Mr, Cbas. Iw Goodhue R. I. Mrs. Percy J. Robottom and business man of sterling qualities, (
f .. port[ ; tbe Florida East Coast Hallway; Mr. J. majority of whom thought the .show f '
| Springfield, Ms s., to the Rev. Har- Frances and Mollle Robot Mis Nina Tampa.
the Misses Miller a popular young
rood Huntington, Ph. D. of St.Itlchael's R. Parrott vice-president; and Mr R. T, well worth the price asked fur admis The bridal passed through '1'
curate tom; ; Miss Mabel I Berge Miss Daisy lady from Webster Springs, West Virginia party
sion. The 'r lne.anlmall were all '
Golf )superintendent of tbe above
Episcopal church New York Luther Bedotha of Oberlln genera \ \ II tusvtlle, Wednesday afternoon en
Brady[ Mr, accompanied by Mrs Philip,
railway arrived at Tltusvllle on Monday good and so were tb equestrians, aero- \
Ity. Mis Goodhoe was, for .e"rallea. 0. General T. A. Evans and daughter Wright wa among the pleasant caller to Tampa their. ,future home amid ,
; and clowns. On the ,
bate whole
'" evening, on board a special train, en '
', a Ormond where wish and
Hotel of
guest at of Washington P. C., were among the at the ADVOCATE office yesterday Miss bower rice good congratulation
route to Datie county to Inspect tbe Key people were more than pleased
er genial and happy made of their host of friends Including
disposition ,
office ls with her
pleasant callers at the A DVOCATB Miller spending tbe winter the crowd <
[or her a host of friend Dr..Hunting- West railway extension work. Mr Flags Sun Uros. tibo.-bence big the ADVOOA.T staff, for a long
title week. parent at St. Lucle but Is a guest of .
on Is the son of the Rev. J. T. Hunt- ler bad aa his guests Senator James P. Mrs. Wright this week. She attended la attendance at each performand'eWhile life of connubial! bliss i'

ngton, of Hartford, Conn., and has vis- -Mr. W/W, Kenyon of Brooklyn N. Tallaferro, Mr. T. V. Porter and Capt.H. tbe ball In the Opera house 1)11 New no one could expect to see aNew ,

s I'ed Florida many winters for short Y., was In town on Tuesday and had a Marootte. Mr, Flagler'a hosts' of Year' Eve!. Mrs Wright will\ give a York Hippodrome this sparcely Hunting Lodge, Ktc., For Bale. \j'
hits. Last winter he his services look at his old orange grove; which lie of friends along the East Coas)'are always populated country, the entertainment
gave In honor of Mill this Friday
,ree to St. Gsbrlel' Episcopal Church, -sold to Contractor L. R. Decker. lie glad; to see his genial countenance. party the residence Miller of her was one of excellence, and those' who This Hunting and;:; Fishing Lodgells'situated
fi said he wassurprised to see it looking Long may beUe.FURYITURE ) evening attended had full value tooths amount on the Ilanlover Canal Indian :
Jltusvllle, for the month of February. i and
: Judge Mrs. M. S.
Vg J'r, Huntlngton and father own an ors in such splendid shape. This grove Is DRY GOODS SHOES parents, they paid to see the various timings In I River, Fla., one of tbe best hunting and 7.jJ1'

lag* now owned by Dr. J. E. Miller of,Chicago I tae big bow and the side show., fl.f1Iv sections In the state.! House UfurnUbed. .e \ \
grove and considerable land at Ly Post card. Waffle Iron. Shoemaker and Itepalrer.
1 ; become resident of TI- Should Hun Bros visit Tllusvllle at ducks fishing
.,t latta, In the Turnbull hammock north ; who has a All-wool blankets $5.00, $7.50. Boats decoy ,
i f Tltusvllle I tusvllle. Mr. Kenyon and family are some future time, they will\ again reoelre tackle etc. Will sell cheap.
| and we hope to see more Books, bound and paper cover. All work guaranteed. D.I'ACIOlUU. '
f them the winter In Daytona. a hearty welcome from our people. L. II. BRACK
| in Titusvllle after the marriage. spending Large banging lamps./ Soaps. Julia (Street .itusv111e, Fla. tf Evanstftn III.Jtockledge .

i- Mosquito canopies and cloth. )
I To Kent
Tomato Wrap ,
Fine Plano| For Sale. A prosperous New Year to you all. Lower 1'rlces. on Lumber. Idver

Cn.e A.GARDNERTitueville: \ Phone 34. Store on main road at Rock ledge. Indian ,
We have In transit car of very fine Lumber 'been -
J For ue! a fine, Canover Piano nearly Price on", very Enquire C. F. DWTIII.If : t t
Write for samplesand Ten Roomed
1 Tomato Wraps us much 'reduced, and we are prepared to U'Dd.om.11Furn'l
,..Pi'11 cost $450; ,00, but will be moh4 at Indian lover Orange Wanted. \ Hotel Indian River.
prices We can save you money meet all competition t>n Building Material Cottage, Including >*o bath and collet
'i bargain. For further partlcuUis, ----- .
" a dress.Itf Est Coast Lumber A Supply Co., Jas McCotitb Jr ,. Miami Fla., wants u /.Carload Lot., shipped direct from rooms-klteben and dining room.
M : CAHOVEB: PIANO 20-41: e w w Eau Oallle Fla. oranges daring tbe tourist season. Write the/mill* or facto!Ie., on the sameGrade Cottage to Kent. Complete and ready to start housekeeping s +
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Tltosvllle Fla. him what you have to offer. Good and Quality One 11 room collate at Rockledftn, tIm right away

.J \ Notice to Growers. drops'will sell. He Qan nse some pineapples W/M| nt for estimates before placing for full description and price, address I Oraperrlll. d oranges-all you ;pant

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also your order and address your Inquiriesto ) for your

Hardware Etc. Marx Brothers Jacksonville Fla., "r ---1.- the Eau Gallle office, _' Rifkledge Fla. Just a beautiful and comfortablehome

I Pot all kinds of Hardware, both shelf wish to notify Growers that they 1'111111 For Sale, Cheap.To 1&-4 East Coast Lumber Supply Co.: A JtouiUlful, Home For H"le. for a geotlctnan' family.
Large cistern, plenty ot lain water,
t I' I'd their Fruit and Veget- -
{ t 1" I rookery heavy and Paint.Glassware, OIU, Ship call olfu.Chandlery, glad ablea to this handle coming season If they win cVw out the, estate of toe Jate Dr. House Boat For Bale. Near Melbourne, Fla.,on Indian River besides artesian well. Stove and Opull

Y Lana< .' the business and dw lllng- With modern Improvement. A lovely fireplace, t,
Fruit -
1\: I We sound stocl Over-ripe .
1. \ have the and are sblp good,
goods our pries '
'..' gilt. Vegetables or Packing House Refuse, house lad lots at Eau GtftTfe! Fla.:, Fur sale, 28t. House Boat, with orwithout" spot for a winter home abounded by No boarding house considered/ <_

Mail attenUon. will not be reo-4,ed. fronting the Indian River are offered at power, 29x8: } full standing cabin bearing orange grove and tropical plantlAddrell !Rental December to May, $000.00. ",
For address '
orders reset ve prompt a bargain: pilne. particulars, "
JAS. PBITCHABD A Son, Jt-peetJoll1' W. II. GLEASO. }14ft. Address, "X care ADVOCATE Address, 0., U. PKCK, '

Tltosvllle Fla. MABX BROTHER: 15-0 Eau Ga ner,1'la. Bolt 3, )Melbourne Fla, 13nov3m Titusvllle, Fla. 12-ir J :
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The Chinese Stand Aloae. The Oldest 6etabl!abed Grain and Seed HOUM In the Stan
The AtUutie Coast Waterway. Jllrnlo K ) lty. I
Free and There Is nothing radical or visionary Tbe recent ,,wedding/ In England of That "awnkenlug. of China" about .

Accepted Masons. In the plan for an Inland coast.water' the Orleans! Princess Louise and which so much bus been" written is declared
b London Times. correspondent Fcl.E30UrS: :: : &:: Cc|
way' Mirallellntf. tbe Atlantic and capable Prince Charles of Sicily emphasizedthe ) a
of an aluiont iiulfHolfc extension patboM of French royalty In exile li to Iw a strictly' self defense and

ifldiaa 'C) :. 00TltuiTllle within the limits of the Union which lu'wltat was owe the tihootiug lodge", of self rule move-incut Japan and the GRAIN HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS

was discussed. before the recent conference the Count of Paris the Duko of Orleans I wertern. foreigner are not In It nor behind ,

River at Philadelphia KeAenleen )brother of the bride maintains It. To quote: Flour, Grits: Meal and Fertilizer

Florida.Hold. states were represented at the confereikoo. a uilinfc kingdom In startling contrast "China for th, CMneao Is a cry whichbecomes
Locij('". and democratic environment dally more! insistent and may 200 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA
with Its homely
1(4 tnMtinfrt the second and fourth Friday Hltioti) U the tt'rwall1l'ecJnral I have far reaching and unforeseen results
of Barb month In the ...mIO Temple, fltuavill )ly considered would neither traversenor Tbe Iron gates to tbe ex The Chinese have always dceplaed fcuro-
*, at T SO; u'c\\k p. w. the hitherto forced to fear them, Catalogue .Free. Warehouses on tracks of 8. A. I* R'y. and A. C L. '
with though
than retreat blazoned reins
skirt the territory: of more flea are ::
John It W.ll.rWomblpfal Muter. and now that eichools and newspapers are _
rhlltp W KiilmrUi. Mentor Milan, ten states It Is said that states Ijluginntliiuim royal anus of Prauce. the poets are I

O H:BUwart, Junior Warden | to the region most directly rapped with royal crowns..., and e erywbeio ran-I
O. K DtircD, TrwMtiir
<>. A. Ktw wnwm.rc,, HocreUrjrIlarrv afffclcil heartily favor the project, as In and out of tbe mimic palace'/ | bias Japan, Russia'all contributed it.KrI'oelonl to and make the triumphof the or- McMurray & Baker

Flank H'.IK, Junior t-.g: I IO I one which certain to benefit a w ole appear the lilies of I"ronre1I0.tbat. the .an'lallon' 01 their army more and more
6 H W.'lt4 n. Here lor Hte ward.M. all I Imperative and It Has .hared In the program -
.8:Hann: Junior; BMwardF.A : sectluti of states rather than one narrow occupants are surrounded on alder In all dltectlons which has been so

Unluf, 'JylerINDIAN belt of st(.teH by reminders of greatness that is past marked during the last five years. Whether 4Ol-4ia East Day Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

-- Nature has practically: fixed the route and never to return the reform or the reaoUonary partybe
ItlVKlt CHAI'TKU NO. *T, In power at court, tills well drilled, -Makers and Jobbers pf-
for the Atlantic coast inland waterway Thin. greatness had. perhaps more of well disciplined army now remains as a
and indicated l where, the work for Its splendor than of virtue in it or It would permanent model and nucleus for other
V \ The Indian I River ( hit,ti>r, Itnyal Arch Maon and a source of n....
provincial cf> and
meet the nrat Wednesday, at rath month at the promotion should begin In Ibis order not bo true today that the last scion of Uonal pride army and patriotism.,rp Vehicles Harness Carriage Wagoir'MaterialjSaddlerjMRubbur

llaminlaToiniilnTbe following arwthe {/(flours of this rhapten beginning on the south,the waters'of the the liourbon line Is not only exiled The writer thinks that this "model" ,

M.a. "Ban' KucMlont HIgh, lYIent.J North Carolina noundx, James river.Cbe"llllf'lIke from his native land but his very existence Tires.
Kln army: which originated In tbe provinceof
R Walker ( .
bny.tbr/ DelawareandlIud l l I. almost) forgotten by the peo
U. K 1'rltoliett, HtirlbeH. will be duplicated In each pf
: Chill
i K:Wilnon, Taaiimr. BOII risers and Long Island sound and ple whom his kingly forbears made First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
t tAMtewart, the twenty provinces of the empire. ,
+ T.:H'Barulura, C'u,>t.r/rir"'t.. UasHiuhusetts buy furuUu Independent great Forgotten Is the gorgeous array - --
The result will be a natural army ofpatriots
P. W, Kolwru.. Principal Hnjnuroer.F.
and and. Orleans ,
Arch ce'tarn. separate channels: for veitselil, and of Dourfcon royalty
I A Morgan Royal I not a swarm of professionals
4 J. N:Walter, waaterof Ihlril V. thpi-o are only wanting ftrtljclal links the Louis, tbo Phlllppes, the Condos '
tit a P.J. Hall Maater" nf Htmmil V To quote further:
4<. R.rJMwart, Mailer ot rirat VIT. I coiiiparatUely easy of construction to clAumales" Moutpcnslers! with their .Williams' Mammoth Mail Order House

1 A. Ixieley,Bentlnal complete a chain of Interior coastal Pompadours, Montotpaus and Du TJar- Travel where you will throughout China :
fUltI I everywhere In all the towns-are
fr V. >KK 0V KASTKKN BTAK.Friendship I waterways, along more than half of rys Kingly names were represented ben,of scholar dressed In num-I 211 West Bay St. -P, 0. Box 401- JACKSONVILLE FLA,
our Atlantic!' const line* Some of the nt the, archaic ceremonies In that Rnglitth semi European clothing. each one
> ( haptar, No, 11,horde I It* tneetlnr I with patriotism and a determination to !
the Msemlo, Lud: room, ntimrllhi: I on the links have been made The Cnlted country hoimo. but the glory and free China from foreign aggreiaors. I J. J. Wl LLIAPIS Proprietor,

|tint>. m.ami The third following TiiHadajre are. the 810Gh ulllcera month of at I theo tM States government Is at work upon a the litany they stand for have departed have myself seen the gods turned out of .
; be stored In the cellars
Cbaiiteri) I connection between the mouth of tbe There Is more life today In ,tbe the temple, to
dressed with atlases
beneath: their altars
.r'' JIIr.Mm(1 M.<0<,.L.Cempl.ellWM M. llulililuit, V,. V.. I James river and the sounds of North name and memory of Napoleon Bonaparte and globe, book and blackboard: their CASE. GOODS-EXPKKhS PAID. SPECIAL OFFER.

Mil*atherlne' Hnina.. / Aanonlate' M. Carolina. Two canals across the Maryland than In the name and memory halls filled with claises hard at work acquiring DE&O10 Idlebrook Wlilskev In drums Distiller
MlM' Kate HMw/irt,conduotroM.MIManille western knowledge/ RYE "
Bottling. Collect,
ftMwart, Aaanclate. Onl. peninsula and New Jersey re of Louis the Great This movement I I. of course Indirectlydue I {4 Full I I Quarts . . .\. . $ 5 00 100. Pints la drum Express. . : (il

r, Mr. M..H.a.Wllwrn liilibliu, ,Secretary.Mr Treuo"r.M..IC. actively| have long been In existence to European teaching but'the Immediate 6 . . . . -7 /0 200 Half rinulndrum, (3:| |v>
Initiative has been purely Chinese .. |
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Itartba Kllnn AilnhMlMj and the Cape Cod canal, an old Idea South Africa Stampeded. Think what this mmmii! In another ten. 1.1: bold only by drug Will not I break drum
'' "aiilttlUnil ri, ""Ih. 1:1" freight paid t . 12 W
]MrtJ.I.. ('arrilll> r., Kithor.Mr. recently revived now under construction Somehow thoHO millions of pounds fifteen years these boys will be grown : OLD HOMF8TEAD.CORN \\IIlbHEtJ
..tl ll. Ha.iMil. Martha men. In many case directing the affair NO. 10 HU.
' forms tbe fourth Important link. sterling of gold lying near the surface WILLIAMS
, Mr*. M. A.H< rliniceonr, KlwotaVlmtarrlD : of the nation, while during all this time gallon jug;, express! paid $ :0
, M mU:
Y 11 ilia. WII.nn.llenlll.II. Waluiu. Wanler' cnuitla and' bringing them up to the whites to tbe diggings. Like ( been widening and more and more (J" . .. . . \ 4 5l> CORN WllISKEY-Kxpresh Collect, |
I John It. Walker Chnplsin, will Its ideas have permeated the Chinese 12: J. . . : 0 00
JT, A,Morgan orgaiunt.IOIX1K, .. present, needs of traffic will lie great our departing Immigrants, the .thousand people The result will be a China with a : ItocUy Fork, per battle f'I'I '
ff I yet It I Ia believed! that the total cost of who are returning to England sense of patriotism and a certain homogeneity ,I OLD HALIFAX LIVE Itcxky Fork, per cane, luut\
at. present much lacking .V 4'20 N. 0, White and Jug toll I
very 4 Full Quarts . f
Improvements nnd new construction or seeking other climes seem to think
Kta1BHT4OY I'YTIIIAII.INIHAN 1l1YKlt These qualities will entail a complete readjustment U" .. . . . . 0 00 N. U White, better K\\
+ :!''II). 101 neccKsary! between North Carolina the bottom bat dropped out of prosperity of the relations between China 12: . . 12: (10) N 0. While, Hue 2 :
M following are the cesium of the .b".. and Massachusetts bay will not exceed in Hoc rl a ml. The etompede began and the foreign powers will prevent fur f\UNNY' ", i.anrr1ValleyCmn, ,. . 8(1(
Tltef ther aggression and thus help to' b0U'1'Ih 1tYE

t 4 'ltrnrollnr b i tVnunander| .. .. .... J, M. llallayVloeUiuncellor tbe expenditure for deepening( the Erie about a year ago and the departures the, balance of power and the peaceof 4 Full Quarts . . .h. .'. )6.2't: \\IlItKKY-ExptemCol1ect.!: .
.... I F.M.emer canal, about $100,0000(10 Panther have steadily increased the ratio the world generally 4 < 0 Per Gallo I I F
I ralate : ..;;.;; :..:W. It. Hall south and the nature of arrivals. The adds that it will fl : : : : : : : Distilled l
Ma.turat AnnMaator ""k I.A, HeirKJohn .In an extension over correspondent 12 : : : : : : 1: : : 8 00 Copter and jug, fill

n : of Work:::: .":::;::.. : R: Walker pf .the system here,considered it A London newspaper man has traveled be a long time before China will attempt M Pints . ... . :. . Idol: Queen City. . . . 2i''
{ Innxr Ouariliter .. "" ..W.T. Mather. M"nnv.rimuth . . 2iRy.
<)\ hoard.. .: .C.itKIng:: :: : was suggested in the cent conference \ from the capo ou the south to to dispense| wholly with the European YELLOWSTONE BOURBON "
MeaterorKachegner ..Winetona.IlramdnaMa.terotY"r.no.a. MaltIluidle ? . . . a "t
7 ... ..".. .. ..Ueo. llrockiiUKee a system of canals tbat would the Zambezi Ayer north Interviewing as a business partner guide Bottle\ . . ...J" ... oo ... .$ ..Ni, HyebpeclalOvtrlmli . H

I |.er of Jt.uord.and $..a1U.AMWwarth lead across South Carolina Georgia traders farmers, bonkers and others and Instructor But every year from Cane . . : . . 5j OQ . . . . 41'(

h V I.All.vlnttlno KnUIite' cordially Invited to "U and Florida to the waters of tbe gulf who are lu touch with everyday affairs this time on will lennen! the bold of the OLD BOONK:-Express Collect. Filch Illll' . . . 4 (a.

tell" of Mexico will feasible.' Retwevn to find a cause! for the unprecedented foreigner China may not be aggressive Bottled bond by thou It.Uov'm't.Ihnter. . . . II-

tblll Atlantic coast waterway and the exodus from a land which was but she will be self protective, 1 Full Quart . . . .$ 1 2:1: Old Boona<< ? . . 61''
TITUSVILLH CAMP NO 141.H ( 12 ,. ">' . . . 12 00 WlUUms Private Seal 6 I''
lake to route which attention commercial stand
gulf upon to be lifted from' stagna able as well as determined to

Las been fixed there can 15 no hostility I hon and darkness to up to date activities alone -SEND US A TRIAL ORDER- '

although there may be some friend. and splendor by coming under ...

r ly rivalry In the matter of bowing en English ,con trot, as it did years ago. Socialism and the Church.

terprise. The Erie canal would complete :The reason! for tbe stampede Is letdown That socialism Is "unque tlonobll

V'M..l1 }, a circle embracing tho most populous as "unexampled depression," but the most remarkable development of

half of the Union, and tbe benefits for tho unexampled depression one modern times" l Is the opinion of a SPECIAL CHRISTMAS OFFER!

would be felt by nearly tbe whole guess as to the cause Is as good as another writer in the Christian Commonwealth

nation. Voicing what be claims to,bo a a London publication which devotes
? every lint*nd third' Monday in eachmontb
at S p. m., .lun TConaiilOoinmander > at the Mawnlo It Is, a mistake to treat tbe proponed consensus of expert opinion, the correspondent space every week to Socialist news.
Tempi inland coast waterway on a blow at says the trouble Is due to Editorially this paper says "the spirit
.. .,. ........q .r". Allen In time for Chrlstma
r ? I Advlrnr LIuutKiiMil ....:....P. w Hnlierti the railroads Its construction has bocoiib lack of labor The whites won't dig i'ot socialism Is in tbe air" ,and urges If you\ do not order today you c Ill not receive your good; |

t Hanker fc.iKX.rt... ..,.., ,.. ..,.,... .......... ......u.,.L..u.a.M.Mandarine.niel" Imperative because the railroadsare the wealth from the land tbe blacks tbe church, for which it speaks, to FINK WINES FROM 25 CENTS PEn QUART UP express collect.' Don't wa

,, J. r l Watchman..rk... ... .... ...,.,.. ..,......J. .. iarruthnn C K King not able to carry tbe freight that is cannot do it all or find; more pgreeabje/ cultivate closer relations with tbe order Immedlatly, an<) yoif will not be dlaapolnted next Wednesday

Beutry., .::::.. ::.. ,:. : : : ::.ii f, RinltEDirector. offered or that would be offered were jobs, and Asiatic\ labor is practically masses behind this movement FOUR EXPRESS PREPAID. .
\-V ..... .,... QUARTS
R,.H .7i..n..jf:J wllann,MorionCampriiyilclan : thin facility for coast traffic finished prohibited. At least its coming Is not On this side of tbe ocean tho Observer -

4 .... .,,,. .. .. 1C.B.Rolllui The object of improving waterways: sufficiently lu sight to encourage the an organ of Presbyterlanlsin, recently FOUR.FULL QUAmS-EXPREiS: PREPAID.

a I All YlaltllllC Woodmen are cordially Inrlied to hero and elswbere is to create trade, whites who are not nailed there to printed an article from tbe pen KeeweeSpilogs . . . ..(14 AC Seeba's Old Muy1and..f 2 ''

meetings not merely: fo divert It. Heavy crudefreight stick to the South African mineral of Dr George Shlpman Payson welcoming Brook Hill Rye . . . . 0 00 Cabinet WhUkey. .VV :n:
-- Bunny: Brook eight years pld 4 71: Carnation. . ;J "
cannot bo carried by the railroads belt the spread of socialism! in
, How Herd Are We lilt? Sunny: Brook, 12: (its. express pd. 12 60 Hog Back Mt. N C. Corn
a long dlatauce profitably. It is America and closing with the following (Above whiskies bottled In bond) Stump House M t. N. O. Corn. ::1 I (tt
It be
teem not to difficult for times'
here that water, communication supplements The Duchess of Marlborough Is one words: Royal Palm . . . . 5 00 Fine Old M t. N. O 'Corn. . 3 >1 1Seeba's
who choose to look for it to Uncover the railroads by taking tbe of the American heiresses who after In of IU White Label. ,. . 0 (K) Kentucky Creek Pure Malt T I ", ,
' that tbo results of the itrln- many aspect socialism may appear : Thistle Gin. . . 30( '
money heavier and bulkier freight leaving for marrying a foreign title and discover visionary. Out there I I. an undeniable Cream of Kentucky . . 4 25 Three
gency are xvldenpreitU Dut when the charm In its conception of a state I. W. Harper . . . . 0 00 Special Dellllb Gin. . . :2 r'Lumberman' 'I
most poMlthe obververa to sire the railroads the more compact article lug later that they bad made a mistake In which each Is for all and all.. for each Club . . 4 (110 Seeba's Select Malt . 3 .III
como and the perishable freight, which they In their choice have not been spoiled And that charm la the charm of light Green Hedge, Tenn Sour Mash, 4 00 Heeba's MaoORrsm. . 3 *''
} "I up the 'aUBe and probable duration of can bundle with facility.and carry ata by the experience. In her efforts from the Sun of Rlghteounea. The gold Old Kclgemont (Kentucky Rye) 4 (K) Ky. Mellwood ((10 years old). 8". "
the unl, iipy ctato of nfairs Individual arc of .the Golden Rule gleams from Its I
., pioUt both to the shippers and the to assist her husband to politick! distinction Ideals, PREPAID. NO C'lARaE! FOR JUGS I
opinion are weak and tbere Is a noticeable ,:
railroads Already our natural resources \in his own land she was handicapped -
Jack of unanimity among expert i Several years ago Professor Thomas 8unnyBrook.8)'ellrlold. .,.r .4'1 SeebavIlSelect\hlt. . ,>$3K( ,
4 *. Tim Wall Street Journal umu are so fully developed and in by his mediocrity and labormonlousdisposition I p. Hall of the Union Theological seminary Brook 11 ill. . . . . .,6 BO X C. Stump House Mt. Corn 30'Kentucky '.'.
r Home cases are BO near exhaustion tbat She did muchto declared tba/t/ socialism was Mellwood 10 yr.. old. '6 75 North Carolina IXCorn. :21
t ally Into financial
goes deep questions,
l 9 f* America can no longer afford to neglect Jin pi'ore his estates and to better Christianity's most formidable Green Hedge; Tenn. !Hour: Mash. 4 00 Old Forest Whiskey 3 ;Y
and It declares that the of tie.l rival, 3 U(
cause . .
Cream of Kentucky 4 25 Carnation Rye .
any means for the expcntlon of Its tbe condition of tbe people living on :
l treeslon III not to tx found In the but at this juncture the churches both Three1'blltleGln. 2 60 Iropeilal Rye . .. . 25<'
commercial and industrial facilities them. Though bearing an English
'OPI, neither I lu the Industrial field In in England and America are meeting
I title, this Vanderbilt of tbe Vanderbllts this la WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATED PRICE LIST.
rivalry a friendly rather than
: h money system nor lu our COin me""
k Already tbe faction are fighting lu retains a lively Interest In things Amer In a hostile spirit '
organization. All
el ) one of tbOllot ican. Florida's Foremost Mall Order House
features of the pew Itusulan! douma. Its mem- ,
t r our activities might,

\ MI not working properly, give nl a bers seem to realize thoroughly the A man who recently ticked off 117years Bepresentative Boutell thinks his colleagues 'V'O'7.' T'sSIZT.I .E .. JnoksoD.'V':111o: I'ltt'Women's

t I Jfanlc that we should long remember first duty of a legislative, asseuiblago should get together when discussing
attributes his long life to the
Dun's and are accordingly proceeding to things and not have to shout --
| Review which Is careful to
fact that be didn't when ,
make things lively, marry young across a half acre of chairs and desks
I /study and to note the rice and fall of
Still credit U due
some undoubtedly
r | the business pulse, says that it flmUf lie proposes that the seats\ ofrtbo house Pain
to the fact that he never slept on rail-
be SSM
r that mauufactdrlux concerns that are Thi advice of the Jamestown exposition arranged In tiers facing each other,
road tracks. wisely refrained from
f reducing the output do so for; fear of managers to others who may become rocking u bout and always kept the and ,then debating a great questionwill

i g' overproduction lather than on account afflicted with tbe sam bug could muzzle of his pointed from be as easy as talking over a fence, a ,

of curtailment of orders Overproduction probably be boiled down to oae worddon't. gun away But there could be no desk pounding

is not a sign of good times, and ." him. 4 for the plan In to.cut.the desks out. ul 1 was a total wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah

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:.' fill li positive proof of hard times \\ have a whom I suffered, for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I
the law cannot reach complains acontemporary. USE
Tbo manufacturers have not reached
F would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I '
There are mighty few,
this last
stage yet. bide t>jr side with
predictions of prolonged hard times In though that the big lawyers cannot did not )snow that anything could stop the pain

'3 Bight are those from equally calm mud touch ARMOUR 'FERTILIZERSwant entirely, but Wine of Cardul did. 1 advise all

1- V thoughtful! women with Car-
VV sources prophesying bat / suffering painful periods to use

the trouble will "be over In a, mouth" Alaska ants to be a regular organ dui and be relieved." ,

and that no realty serious industrial Iced territory, which is a modest request -

t disturbance will follow The New from a region seven times as It does this by regulating the functions and

York rimes large as the latest new state. : : BECpiUSE
says that Instead of being '
alarmist over the disturbance the public : toning up all the Internal l female organs to, health.It .

; should feel 1 assured that nothing It must have been a relief to certain Is a specific reliable female with
i pure remedy
capitalists to find the banks Instead of want the best. ,
much the boon
! matter HBO spite .
r. : of all "tho general business of tbe I I tile railways for a time under popular Y want what you payifor. a record of '70 years of
,' country has shown such declddl firm. suspicion, want better crops.
( success. I It has benewrite M' a letter, d.ecdMna alt
ness and soundness Perhaps the do not want to fail *. .nil M wIn send roes
This year the aqnual horse show In fated others.aw. In' plain' mini. envelop'
million :
view of the Sprlngfleld Republican In a ;L:4lMrAilvl l nry Department,
the beet example of the worst that cane New York featured the horse and not, are the bestey Th.(.hat'*noon*M UclnCo..Chatuouga. -
as formerly 'the fashions of the Why not ? i a Ttnn.
showy t.
you T ry
said In all candor and calm good I rich. Th are what you pad for..

fulth-that is, "the panic consequencesfc

industry, "while they may prove : Chew chew ew mangle and mingle grow NEVER better FAIL.crops. Sold by Every Druggist In $1.00 Bottles.

r sharp for the time being will not
and mince, is the table regulation .
,rovo.to be prolonged Surely
of the Pletcberltea,
, y amity which cannot bear up under a i I 8. B RICE, Agent, TITUSVILLE. P. W. :ROBERTS Agent, \lUIS W n'
little twinge like that is not the kind .
Even while receiving the ingrate Is INDIASOLA. ; ECARDUI
w? thought we were hurrahing over. 8. A. OSTEEN OTUS.
.. forgetting your gifts. Agent. OEO. JB. CHESTER Agent, CITY POINT

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Hill to Foreclose Mortgage

TITDSY1LLE FLORIDA. Concrete Pigpen. Mason :M: Co.

N THE: CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 'BKVK.NTHJudicial fRISCO'S NEW PESTS I Henry O. Snelley of Mount Joy, Pa.. Clark :

Circuit or Florida, In and for Hre- I recently completed the erection of a

yard Indian countv.Ulver la State'fhanoerjr.rh Jtauk. a corporation I concrete nogpen. says the Philadelphia
A Favorite Commission
Spot In Favored Merchants
.I"r t tbe law of Florid I Press. The entire building .la of con ,

la, M. Hector as administratrix Vol of the eatat Secton-The Famous East How Golden Gate City Is Fighting crete. and It 1* believed hot It I* the

i:. J. Heoinr cleoeaMd, and heir at law of said. Coast of Florida. first pigpen| ever built lu Peunirrhanie
Jonathan H. Terry, ("orge Kelsoni Bubonic : ALL
waned; Plague. of concrete. h FIOItlDAVEOETAnLlCS) '
207-iilW \\Washington
i K R. Holmes, cashier for th.lI. and
'ell I of tbs Hrevsrd Count state Hank, a I "
miration, Isaac M. Appel, Mark H. Hohanl, Cure Illood. Skin IHaeaaea, rancor.Greatest ,
and H. ((. Anpel.partiiers, tradlntAptpl ON THE BEAUTIFUL
sod Schaul ; The C. H Rogers Oo., a WAGING A WAR AGAINST RATS. Blood rnrlfler Free.If Dun SPECIALTY

poration or Florida! William g.Wlirhtnian your blood Impure, thin, diseased
d I J. U, Christopher: partner, trailing aaurlitman I I hot or full of humor, If have blood
; you
and Chtlatnpher, Hugh T, lonuian,
liii I A. Biulta and Henry Leonard, v..rtnera, Just the Place) to Fit-out for a Cruise Buying Them at Five Cenfs a Head poison cancer, carbuncles! eating sorest Oranges Grapefruit and Pineapples.
:ling a* unman, Smith .and (U. : Down thl% Far-famed River. scrofula, eczema, Itching risings and ,
....r. Samuel Kuder and Umls Ottenaoaer, I' Because Thy Spread Dread Di...... bump, acabby, pimply akin, bone pals., .
Fine --
'men, trading as Hloaer, Kmler and oitnor Fishing and Hunting -
National and Local AuthoritiesWorking
John Clark, and John K. Clan, partner, catarih, rhennttl.morany. blood or akin
John Cla'k Hon and to., and mtiits Tie toxm .( Tltnirrtn. "haW Mn. Together to Exterminate diseases, take Uoianlo HUxnl Balm ((11. II.U "

"fnr Brother Richard. Frits, partners, trading as Jrte.44a tsat Gout Railway 114n41.s the'Rod.nll. I .) Moon all ewes ben), aches and palneatop J?. Ruhlman & Co. ,
ta I and the blood! .Is made pure and 1 rlcb.

A NOTICE TO NON-fl< DENTS.It I north sewtt et K Jaekitoa'rih, 144 alive San Francisco one of the most DruKuUts or by express. $1 per large 401 Wnahlnitiim St. I( NEW Y HK.4JI1I.r.'t'u" 1

appearing, by the sworn statement ofr.J. Bala Deacb, sad >1S Mlle wonderful prodl1'tlonil"ct rlrlllxntlon: I bottle, 3 bottles for tJ: 511 <>r 0 bottles for \\ ..... f f N.1.
of and Its people are worthy of It. In -
complaint in said I
i of \ Atlanta D*. D U. U.I III
defnaot Jacksonville
Tea ft especially
defendant Nelson *
the leorge Hectoridea
line lean than a year and A half it has been
In Floadllly, London, Kimlaml: : tlMt the Key West Railroad now oootroUed advised for clnonlo, deep coated eases, a*
lendant Jonathan H. Terry, replies III Southid. / aeourg'tl! by earthquakes, by fire. by It cures slier all rlxe fulnl Oranges Pineapplesnnd

: New York ; that i.ato M, Ap| and H.O, Aural, .
haul, CDS Aiipel partner, 'also .I 'I
adlngas: .pp" l and He-haul, rmlile in Havaimah, tune Into the t.own-thl. being U roll.ana, and a* If its cup were Dot GENERAL DIRECTORY.

.. (iat. \ that the U. H Itogers Co., a ror\r-\ terminal polat of that braa h. Tbe* full enough the bubonh pliiRue tins
,n, made* In Jacksonville, Fla.i that Florida Fruits Our Specialty.
Wlchtman and J, 0. Chrl.top ler, partner, are several tralni arrlvlnf dally from now entered the gates! says a San
dint. a* WUhtnian and t hrlntwi.lior re.ld"ln Jacksonville Francisco \ to the New U. S.I :SATOIR.J. .
..Imoiirllle, Florida that Hugh T. Innman, and Sanford &urlal the special| dispatch P. raltaferro. .... .. .. .. .... .. .Jarkannvllls, '.Ve reprexeut\ several ofthe| largest sluppers your State and wish to represen I
>hn A. Smith and Henry Leonard partner, leason.A York World. UMallory,.. .. .. .. .... ... .. ...rsnasoola.

III&,ling,Georgi.a* Inman.j Jullu Smith 8. (and ainer Co Baimial, N.I..eln Kn.icr At the county seat of Brevard ooua- It would seem to a stranger that thin V. 8. CONGRKSaVKN.Frank you also (livens a trial shipment; Established. SO years. I

d I i.ouie ttitennoier, partner" trailing a* Dloa.ICudnr ty It b.. a court-house and a modem latest scourge must be tbe Intt strnwj; Clark.. ... . .... .. .. .,.IAke City. -.. ... .

: .; bat and John Otten.oeer Clark and, reside John B In (Oinclnnatl lark, I Jail bulldlof, with rarely over two or that the people could stand no more. Win. :.Sperhuun B. Lamar,.,:::::.::::::::::. ::. IHoatltwho.U ,; 'r :::J|: .. i
: Clark t Him and J'. r.1 Put that Is not no. Go where one will
trailiag as John Co ,
r Jackaonvllle, Florida. that Otto Fritz three Inmate. The population li over in the city there Is no exdtemi-nt no i 8. LAND IIKFICK.H Reasons Why it is to Your Advantage t to Patronize Us.

cbardgrita tracingaFrlttBrothroelde 1000. Illness U BO rare that one too. Chubli, ,. ... ., ..... .... .,Knirliitvr .,
In Zinolnnatl lt Ohlit. apprehension The wheel* of business W. 0. Kolilnann .. .Kooolvwr.
orll.rei the said tor In town finds amp!. time to act a. atUaiiufevllle(; '
J 11 I. themfore tbat Oeorire go on serenely and everybody does OAlce Florida.KXhCUTIVK _, .
Hector, do at the Clerk' onloe, at Justice --- ---- -- ----
lon appear of the
Peace anj Notary Public -
;tuivllln, riorlda, in the county of llrevard, ou earnestly the work that fulls to hiS lot. DKl'ARTMkNT\: ; \

before the third dar or February. O..II.H.) beside attending to bit medical When the day la. done the name careless Napoleon| II. Hroward. .. .. ... ... .. ..OoYctnot. WE handle only' the Purest Wines, Whlnklen. and Doer, and all of our !good strictly 'i
rule I day, ti plead, answer or ileirtoialdlilliof H. lay Crawford . .. Secretary of Slate.
:: \ 1 complaint tiled herein. And practloe v/alle the other find time togo free spirit of old plnys In the theaters MT..t V. Knott, ..-,. .. :. .:: .. Treaaiirer. comply with the Pure Kood Law. -

II further ordered that. the defemlauts Jonatn bunting clubs and cafes and hotels and w. H. Kill*. .W.. . ...Attorney. lminral.AlonsoC I
H.TerryIaao M -1'.1| Mark H.Hcbaul 1 t'ntoiH, : ... .(Viuihtroller I Wit are the Host Known and Largest Liquor llouso In the State ,
Here .U virtually the bead of the la- there Is uo crack in the laugh of those :
'ian. Appel I and hi.0 Appel.! partner, trading M K, MrLln. .. Cnnimlaaloner Agrlmiltur*,
AnlieK1:* Scliaul.) llughT,1nntnanJoi.: A.liili dlan Hirer and the favorite point for who make merry. There In no shadow W. M lt<>liiiwa< ..Hupt. rnblla limtrnutlon. WK refund your money If goods are not satisfactory
and llnnry Leonard, partner, trading as J. Clifford K. duster, ...AIIJItaUtHlU..nJ.Jobn WK have \ tliolr
I1Inan. Smith & Co | Jullu B.
Oloner cruising parties But this 1 II not because the peopleare It. IC. h""e, .. ... .. .. .... State riieinlat.KrneatAni'Hi WJC sell direct to the consumer at lowest l'rlol'lI.Wit r
:: and Krlts ur Richardlac Murlnc our balmy ; ...BUM
uler, &partner.rttensosaq, trailing Utto flits Brothers, do months; aa everything necessary to In Ignornare of the fact that bubonic I Offtesat Tatbheas e Florlila. .Euaodnar, slip! gomU. In plain boxen, with pn maiks to Indicate tholr l111nll'nt./

..pear at the Clerk'. ofHoe on or before the comfortably : plague Is among then Everybody FLORIDA I.KdWr.ATUHK.' WK DO NOT bottle any whlaVIe*; all our case' good lore bottled at the Distillery.BNOV .
equip a pleasure pact .
A D ,
irUMittli ( January IKON to I +
nail,answer r"d'uc, :. to aid bill of complaint, can hers be ottalned at the most know It. Nobody ('ouMllInll I.... \I.nll.I..n. Miami.. ... ... ... Hxnator."
the tame will be taken as confessed and the reasonable himself to It. It Is one of the first Wails H.Joa",Tltusvllle.. .llenrvSKnUtiveSUrilRMK .
nnlalnsnt' -r.af to prooeml exparte prices. This la evidenced by that If'fIrns00 arriving ITS UP TO YOU.. 1>O IT NOW AND SEND YOUR ORDERS TO
id,:: ceurl and : t ordered tw the things a stranger COURT JUIM1KH.M : .
tloe be published In the BAST COAir Anvoit tie fact that the earns parties barebeen !lu tbe city. There tire yellow inters H St '. ...Chief Jiwtlne.Chas ki
:H. :'rkhiil':::::::: :.: i
a newspaper. published In said county, pomlcj her annually tor A *oolat* Juetloe.
"a* a week for elirhtooniteiutlve: week,All toe many everywhere. If one doc not pause Janiua rt. Whitheld' .. .. .. to "
defendant George Nelson Hector and once a winter. for that purpose in preferenceto to rend tlietn\lie will bear a little while The Qo
.,ek fur four oonnwintive seeks as to the othert.nd"t" RAILROAD COMMIAttOMCIta.Jefferson Joseph Zapf
herein before mentioned, and re- any other point along the Eat later at his club or hotel all about It"Any H. llrn'wne, chairman,. Kay Weak ,

,ilradtoplDail.eto.. Oout today he will bear a native Huihmn' Hurt, .. . ....Llttl.ltlver.: e'
WltiiBM the Honorabt Minor H. Jones Judire >. A. Hlltob .. .... .. Montlirook. e
said Court and the seal of said I Court:a* the To the southeast of Tltusvllle la ue inquire nonchalantly of another native. K C. IJimn clerk ., .. .. .... ..MauUon. t
tort Hous at Tltmv.llD. Florida, till the 2nd wide sweep of salt water bay (about "Haven't beard of spy" Heailqnarter and offices at Tallaliawoe, Fl*. ( INCORPORATED, ) y

v Dttceiulier, A. U., 111)7. Soon the will be Illuminat .
Ct. Ct. Seal ] STEWART six mile. In width), formed by the waters stranger CIRCUIT COURT
.4.ct.. Circuit court. of ed. What he had overheard meant Mlllor S. .lone. Titusville..Clrouit"' Judltt, r'loridut.t
the famous Indian
River. Hre J.t" Jone Orlando .. JAo1 sonv111o :
Hy U. STEWART"' D. U. "Have there been death from the \'I'.IHI"Attcr"'J."' ,
flshlnff, wild duck auootlnr. alllni any ; nnf.r; epn-lrourth Tnwiday March. ,
plague." He may be Inclined to take ,-Fourth Tuesday In (Hitolwr.:
and rowing cai be Indulged in to the'lIeart'a I'
Notice of Publication. the next train out. but that Inclination COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD. .
The best known and house
content of the moat fastidious largest liquor
will not Inst latiff. A little yellow J. n. Walker. I..rlo"'nd."t.. .... Tltnavllle

N CIRCUIT COURT, Of TILE BEVKNTH': aportaman. leaflet will; tell-him-all about -how- the Members-K.: It. Arnold M i 't0i\ K. Mlins, ... .

Judicial Circuit of Florida, hi and for On the ocean beach' nearly in a .b. board of health and the government Konavsnturei J. A, Carter, Turnbiill. in the State. '

Brtvard County In Chancery, A. L>. 1907. feet line east of TUuavllle, I* Can.,..... physician. hare taken bold of the situation COUNTY COMMIftHIONKKH.K f t
ion P. Kelson 'Suit tor Divoro Order orJ A. Onnkllnir, chairman Tlllmani F. A. I
) f
T. publication against Maggieaggle al Club, surrounded by 10Mt ; bow San Francisco la waging Morgan, Tltuivllle: | John K Mica; Inillannlai; '. I

Nelson ) Nelson. acres of .*. .1. Till property 1* wa4 a war against rats because rat are T A; Roblnaon, City Point|l'LJ. Vookilmit, t... .
Maggie Nelson Defendant In the above causal Orputr.Itegular. I
It appearing by an attlnavlt tiled In thlnciuie, by some of the mot prominent andWealthy carrier and breeders disease, Before sessions are held Monday(In eaobBRBVARD These prices Include express charge These prices do not Include express t

,lit your where. bouts I* not known and that resident of Boston, who come he knows It he has a liberal education nauntla. ----. (.barges. It you want u* to prepay add '

Now"11 are, over therefore twenty-one tIc ordered years. of age that etc.you enternor south to hunt every winter on sanitation and health and R. Wl.so", Tltuv11.l..County COITNTY OFF1CKR8.B. 4 quo Forest Lawn. Kyo . S 370 a" follows! 1 gal., (MelaI\ Rls., 7 ota.;

appearance to the bill filed in the above The cool, refreshing, health-giving, rodents D. U GauliUm, Tltuavllle .... I'roaArty.A. .1url1fo. 12" 's :3 J 'gill*, INlct*. | 4 Kali., 11.00
l . 800 ;
IIM against yon, la the clerk's Ohio of the lie learns for Instance, that Vat Stewart: Tltuivllle: ,!. : :: :, ...OnunyCherW NoCharges for JUKI and racking.BEERS .
ore ", 'urt.. THiinvllie, Florida, on or before oeone-laden breee wafted across from worth 0 cent and that the H, lUll.TltusvllU.Tax: Anaeaaor. 4 Doecbland) Rye. . . 2.73: _
are apiece
i* tenth day of Kebnmrj, A. D-. IHu! Onlea aa.s'the .
..a defend came, the bill of complaint! will be the Atlantic Ocean bread bay, city will pay him that much for every John HSjIl.Tltitivllle.Henry, Tltiiavllle,:.,:: ': ::...Tax, ,Traaaurer Oiilliwtor,, 12" ,'at . . . 8.00 Extra Star Rye . .rer (Jat. 'I.M

ken.need.ei Confessed p.rte. by yon, and the cause will are one of the meat enjoyable feature. rat, dead or alive, that be call turn : J. Walker, Tltnevllle.Snpmrhtendent J : : 4 It (Jl..n Lily. . . . 3.20: leaoolllnr ltye. It 1.711 I n
: :
11 he dlncted.. that this order.be published InC of this phenomena1 location. into any of tbe stations which( havIIbeen' J..I.P.o. Nrown'rituvills Fries. THuivllle\ ,, :::County Surveyor Kin-rift. H" *' . . . 1)00 (ldt'fllnIJ ltye. . "' :: :: :.:
i EAT Co* r AovoniTit, a weekly newspaperhli.hedae'rltner111bNrerardeountyPinlvda There is a large area .f primeval W..8. Norwood TImw111aKeRistratlunOlnarTITUSVILLE Rye, ,
I I elltablllhed throughout the city 4 5 JlmJUuckiior. . ,, 4110(> i : : : : a II
: Maryland .
ice a week for sight ooonecntlve week 4th as forest and prairie land teyon4 the TOWN' COUNCIL.R. btonogrsmi 8,60: p
for the He tbe
purple. forgets on 12. >i it uWoodfoid . :( < II "
HII. Valle .
tie delay ai may b*| sod that copy be po tat < . 3.00
I the court bou e dmir of. Wrevard. oonuty, northern, southern and western I bona- spot that he net; thought of turning tax n. WlUon.oollnntur) J.!F.WIlam: ;, clerk.r.nl marshaland Irene.urerllohn 4 It rjouulyKoae : 4 60 Echo t4pllnlC. ,. It 8.60 t

'tlun twenty d...r. from date dance of Tttiievllle, awaiting the advent away Henry, tat.e.esatr' (I. A Stewart : . .
o l..W. harper. 3.110
Done and ordered at the Clerk's office of the : anl U" . 050 :: ::
rove court at Tctunrtile, Florula this 7tb lay of tile thrifty eettler to till the Here U an excerpt from one of tbe K. K Itolllus, 1C. I* Hrady. II. II. I'rltflhard . . . ;
O F. Duran. alderman The oouncll mate 4 SilkcVelvet 600
Valley ,
Deoemlwr 4. U., 117.t u . . ca II
' fertile) soil, which sow abound ta board of health posters headedward "lie- Ores Tuesday In acb month. I . .
.Ct. ..I ] A.STEWART' 1'1 II II. . . tfOO Malt Wbllkel. . ", 2.00 l
For Rata"A :
Onnrt : ;r
Clerk; Circuit Hrerard County. came. Here can be found quail turkey TITU8VIIJ.K HOARD OF TRADE f
4 Kolio . . B.CO upto'r 4.00 i
C. reward of t cent will be for n. M. Rabbins, >reaMnt.t. M. Dlxon, tret Hpilntf ; '
for Gimplaln.utNT,1:; 1:1: and deer hunting to suit tie mat paid | | .. .
. J. Webb Attorney M wry rat, dead or alive. delivered at any nrerJ.U. Halt,MOretar,. Meats .......nd WdDttidaT 4 I, W, Harper. . . 500 Geofle"" Corn. . rj' 4 1.60 '
ardent huntsman.Tltusvllle I of the following stations of the health night In each month at tbelr rooms.OardH.. of LlnORk ,, ".111' 1.onDe.I\O.Corn. . II 2,00 f

Notice.TOriOE I baa shelled street electric department. between tbe hours of S and 4 It L*.. Is' (10 . ", ft.00 N. a Curn .. ". > .00 I

righta reliable bank several fine 10 a. m.t Portsmouth square, Day and > 4 It HunterCanadian. . ''( '' ... Mountain .. II .. 11.()(0 I

I' Van Need Thirteenth avenue and Lakestreet. ( }'o1et4s1onnt 4 o Club. 6 (Ii) Tom Oln.l . . t, 1.110 'i.
Board of .
brick stores a Trade five .
Nineteenth and Dolor atrcet. ..
be.'ltl..n .
Is that the undersign.M 4 Ja1l8 uprlnK-lmttlril' hood A,00 ul't.o" _:.00
Out as guardian of Verne E. Monroe and white churches large fisherle a tanning Sixteenth and Bryant street. Third street Holland ( II
4 JEI'epperbotlledlnbond') I A 00 JIll. . . II. ilk ;.
Tnwnaenit U Monroe, minor., will spnly between Folsom find Howard and O'p'sr.tell
, the Hon. MI' or 8. Jones, Judge of the Clr. extract and palmetto fibre factory street, near Sccrtt. They must be de. / KO. M. BOBBINS 4 'I ))lIlI'y'l MltA . . 4110 up to" u >9.110.

,it Court In and for llnvard county, Florida, aa ice factory law and real estate. offices llvered to the stations In tightly covered 1 4 mm loan Malt . . 61/0/ New England Ruln '. . II 1.711 f fr

1da vacation,. of ,January at. Tltuavllle. life,,or Florid as *oo,i thereat upon the ter, an opera house, a well-orgens.d can, labeled so as to show In what neighborhood ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR 4 Laurel Valley Corn 3.r.o up to" 2.00

application, can be beard, for lave to sell, at band club they have been caught 4 Stone Mountain Corn. . 411(b'( Cognac Poach Apple, \ r
.Ivate tale, the undivided. X Interest of VernaMoiiroeand an armory shooting a large Cautlon.-Do not twuch, with the hand., AT-LAW, 4 It O pmr) OIn ')'1>010. . ".110 Apricot, blackberry and

Townaend L Monroe minor, Ine and comfortable hotel overlooking Ue but use tongs or a lone stick. Trap. VIII practloe la State and United States 4 t' Devil's Island Ulu . 4N( 1lat5015Brandiest ; "t" .1,60
following daonned real estate, to with should be picked with cloth saturated ..
".rt of Lot No l Joynxrvllie Addition to bay, besides a number of bordlnj with kerosene Drop tit rat Immediately In Court. 4 Olrll'hul.hate. . . A.IIO Ult to" I ::1.00
timvllle I Via a* fuily npMcriheil In a dee rerdeil houses in various part of towft. fort Shelry Catawba, a
, kerosene or. In the absence of this Into a Don't Overitlok
Deed\ These lends
In Hook "KR" 4i, Hrevard are lJlaokbtlrrrVlncl. II td
pate Oitlce at TiTusviLtB:, FLA. . 1.00
should havea bucket of water where they should remain
amt' Florida Raoordu, and part of Lot H ofmiBll'i The fact a* presented Buttled the
at 10" "
" Addition to Tltuavllle. Fl*.. a. hilly direct the attention of for an hour after which they maybe Distillery up >9,00
erlliwl Bixik tendency to In the for
In. deed reoorded In l> ed placed owns delivery.

"'X' ord." page. 161 Hrevatd County, Florida, many prospective visitor to our coy Here I III an example of tbe way the rV L. OAULDKN, / .A.nhcusnr-JuHch] nudwel.ar d.,,;. '1'.1' lllk. .1>> 00

P. X. CONE, town In making their :'plan* for the Merchants' association U'deallng. wltb e 1.kwa t laD u.k. per dos,1: 611 i

fluardian of Verna E. and Townsend' I.. A TTORNRY.A T.LA W. Export Dlul Label JO dos per cask H 60
the situation and the rata ,
Monro. Minor*, under letters of Uuar- winter.We have a fine Masonic Ilall la : Will practice all the Court of the Htat 'e. a le.s than cask, per dUI . . 1 00 ;r'I h
dlanahlp liaued In Oolumlila C'ov Fla. 'The health authorities have declared
'o. M. R 0bln IW it Florida, and the United Spates Court 1
Tltuavllle, where Indian River LoJgeKo. that the existence of rata In the city at tl
A. A. M. Indian River the present time Is a very serious menace I..tl 80&,=. TTTU9TILLK:, fLA.
00. F. Chapter Agents for Stachclberg's Tampa La Fama Universal
Notice For Publicattoii.OrPAKTMPKt to the health of the community. Unusual
Royal Arch Mason, Friendship efforts are being made by the city and na. '

Chapter No. ll...Order of Eastern Star; Uonal authorities to procure their extinction J.. J. VVKBB, Cigars Tampa Smoker and _Hepry( George Cigars.
OF THE!: IKTKBIOK, and to encourage their destruction e
Land Otlloa at ualnearllto. 'la' and Tltujvllle Camp No. 141, Woodmen a bounty of I cents ha been offered for A't.LAW =
ATTORNEY- -_=z FOR '. 1
= ===WHITE THICK LI>TJ' -'rtir' -. s j.zucciistoy .
December 9, lauT. meet
World regularly
of the each body delivered at the various office

Voile la hereby given that Ells Bates Foreston The Pet: Coast Advocate ta pal of the board of health. The co-operation Will practice the Crourts of the 7th
*of the heir 7or the heirs of George Hate of every citizen I* demanded at this time.Once Circuit. Taxei paid for non-reslJents

neaaed, of Tltusrllle, flan, ha Hied notice o1 I Jlirbed every' Friday morning, and by a we had s> Chinatown and a Barbary and rent and account collected. -- ,, -- -.- .-- -, ------ -
Intention to make final.five year proof la glance through* advertising column Coast, where a dancer of this kind
,:port of hit claim, vlst Homettesd" fcntrr ws* concentrated. At the present time It Trru.vii 3UK.1 made Kept. M,l\M\ ,tot the Mi of sc; you can easily] see wbo are the prominent the
Is scattered broadcast ,
throughout city Dl.tance'I'h'ms
Lung II Ocean
: Btrtel.
V\t\ of Bh:!\4 Sac! tt ill"lIlof!:\ NE',.. <1'l.t wbo !
of town
merchant our -men and rat be th* bearerof
any anywhere may S
Range SI E, and that I said FLOHIDA.
' rlc.II8: neforo the Clerk llroiul are up-to-date citizen, and who are a dangerous disease to be transmitted ,
'art at TltUiTllle, Fla., oo January :iU. louIe I by fleas to a human being. I p PORTABLE and STATIONARY\
I* niraea tb* tollowlng witnesses to prove bl. I asking for your patronage. Read tt*> A TTORNEY.A T.nA W

itinuou: residence upon and cultivation. of, ad*. OB every pare very carefully. Rupert Blue paused assistant surgeon. ENGINES ai.d IJOILEHJ.SAW l. k
land, vis i commanding tbe marine hospital .' Jyal-UpchurcU Ilulldlng( Jx.JACKM05VILI.K I
drew Gibson : copies of the Advocate will MILLS WOOD WORKING
of TltusvlMe, Fla. Sample ,
try flinltb, of service and representing the government FLA. ,
rill More of e' .' be cent free, to any part of Canada baa Issued these direction and :, MACHINEItr and 6UITL1ES.!!

I ywoodMoHurneyof HENRY" 8."CHUrlB. and the United State upon ajplloavtton. suggestions for extermination Complete line carried Id stock

Keel.t r. The employment of professional rat O. A. STBWAUT, Liberal terms. Write fur" Catalogue.

catchers for large .establishments! trapping State AR'enfa for the Old. Gas and
Tbe Sterling, practically new, having and poisoning by employ***. The FlUE INSURANCE. -- I .... Gasoline .
Notice.OTIE been entirely\ re built daring tbe past most reliable poison for this purpose arepbo.phoMl' ; 1tiigl4es.Address .
summer! many more room sdilod. plsz past, arsenlo and Danysa' .only strong and reliable "' communications a* above.

sac erected and all modern conveulenc* rat virus. These should be placed In rat companies.' in
III HEREBY GIVES THAT THE j*. o n i isr :aa xt. TTZ1T
I availed and hall been completely refurnlibed. hole and rat .run and tb* hole* carefully
Office Palm and line Street.
I biiRineas of the late T T. Wetinore. knowna closed corner _._ ..
the best -- -- ------ ----------
the Indian River lot Factory, will be Accornrnodatlonof
itlnued under of the under. Exclusion of rat from building by TlTUSVILLC FXAIDA.rTARRr I
the Stable ha
management Thus Tltusvllle Livery I e0 YEARS
n"1.II accounts due to the retell are pay.o closing the hole and run In the baement \ aIXPERIENCd
to me, and I assume all llabliltlm.Uiitv fine lot tI' horse end rigs, and pay and first floors. Rat enter, a* a Ch i RP. Ht this office,
M. WKTMOBB. special ettenthn| to the tourist and the rule. by burrowing from below and n, U'fJ.1tY.rnYttUUN "
Exwutrtx!: of the lutat of T. T. Woiiuore. epnrl.mCf I through the open/ngs In the wall or -- -- -- --

The Tlltiavlll\ \ Graded High School floors for the passage of plumbing.

Notice. hat an efficient corps of teachers, all of These openings should' HI the plus exactly .... .
and should be surrounded with cement -
Whom hold first'grade teachers' certl"oates < ; flower Jr.. '
.r brick. Tin or sheet metal of .q of
and bs a school term of eight some kind should be used to cover hole.In 1- fie E.eoad 0__

It.PERSONA HAVING CLAIMS *OAI'i"T months. Her the children are giveninstruction wooden floors. Exposed food ,Is a great FLOKIOA. ... mM T".DC MAMa
the MICa&e of tamline A haudom, shall. free. and prepared for colieglAe 'attraction to rats and houawhoMer will \ tided M .."ikar4tM. Diana

I to prawut them tnthe andernlgnod for r.)' cwursei under good moral CODdll and that "No food, no rat." I* ailomaUu.. PRINTING CO*>VHIQHT* Ae.milnkir ,
4 Ion and association' :E.fCilV'5GEEDS AMna san thng a akelch.nd deam/M"na '
Executor FYanclsc-o and & :
And Sao I I. killing rat jemeraber the ADVOUAT offloo. aaoorialii our oiiinkm free w heiharInvwitVm ,
I ptobalilr p M nl rowmanhi*
putting crook ,nod grafting politician f lion* riot!vWHiSitent to. HlKCBJOK on fateul '

Y'Z- WHY U<;OLD 81'Y1.S BLOCKS, and corporation bribe givers la Jail John White & CO., sent FaWiua fNM. ildiw4 takes 11.irii round< f fur Munn. rt'.eI"e: ; / -

"'tcf..n > tar when the bet Self Lock 'all at once 'and never for an Instant UUISVILU. KT. ... + ae Sash peetulseiba wKhoatolmni. lathe .
Ti.J.v can buy b, IN OUt aMW
MantW onion
\ ;you losing her beaA. Everywhere 1* tbat ........_IIn I ScicHiinc MmericaR.AhanSenmetyille.trs.Mwa.Oty
log Tackle Block at nearly the same a pSe t frrry't ev4 Man* l Imf .. .
confidence tbat everythingwill
supreme = nowt -.rrN TUtr tat
IcIUIb* wade Utory
yow in nee in tbe United tW aak1lN. IfuuT awe sad.UU >Mflltlt.D. I J antett dr.cnlaunn .
price out all in the end and :
art & cv come right t>t any iwrual' Terris 51 *
ft Nay"'oDepanmeut&. FURS Tsar B CO. Dassir. late tJ'W1 'l ,
Stales Army and that there 1* no us< worrying about it. : M. I eert four bei = newades.r .
|rttn at one and learn why we eeora heatItlooa Xxamlo them at the ADVOCATE office. I aid Hid. ; MUNN&Co B t
I and S p .NewYork
beat salaries for oar isduatam. .... ,
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JAMES: PBITCHABD President: W. 8. BRARHIRO, Vlce-Pres. d
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{ WBSELT, JOOBn.il. DSVOTED J-TO TU-DSYBb- Jacksonville's l\1I11.Wlnter Fair \'. INDIAN RIVER STATE

.. 0.1' OIJ ''flta IDIAI AI.... LAI. will be the biggest vent of this BANK

"oaT8 Ala ri.OATIS aLT I Wr10rtIBLieaai .,. 1 1I kind in Florida's history Next to '; !

I the Jamestown Exposition it will COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
I be the most stupendous affair undertaken ,
/ Authorized capital, $1 CCCOc|
in the South for many
entered at I'ostofHtM at Ttuinvllla, Florida, be C Paid up capital, $25,00J
M (Mound-clans matter years. Jacksonville Is going to ....P Average deposits, $200,00(1
crowded, and It will probably, remain (

CBASLM H. W"LTOII.ldltor & Froprlittor crowded all season. Jack.

Member of the Florida Press Association.llABJtr .'.,nvllle Is noted for its hospitality \ Transacts a General I Banking

:y WILSOX.. ...Bupt, Compocliig Kooitis and the Hoard of rails' should ( -
appoint H committee, to see tint Easiness,

Reading/ ""Ucealn local column, ftont i'melOronUa the vltitora are all comfortably (lo IlAKIN
line. | Largest and Oldest pull on the RipjjExchange
KAU for Ul.pUy advertising/ made knun on cited Hundreds (if Jacksonville'sresidents

application All: xlTftrllRlnd: bill boooma dl18 after Brut will, no doubt, rent rooms ( aye bought and sold on all Foreign/

2 ppearanmi of advertisement, unlnu otnarlMtliiulited on this occasion, and help make .' i Countries.
rarllMi not known" nn
In onntrart
will b. required IT par for advmlnlntf In adTano the coming event the great successit Patronage .ppreel.ted.'r..mpt .ervlce, polo,=

Dl.aoutlnuKif:*. of advta. mast be mad pmonailv > prom lues to be. treatment larval and every,.. banking favor condiment granted,. with owl ICORRK8PONEENT81

r at. this office or by wrltlnv With Dixieland Amusement Park :

and the many features of the expositlon POWDER 'Empire Tttmt "Company. Broslw.',
New York V. V.
The BUT COAST AovorfrB: I I. SIM" per an- there will be represented .... ., The Atlanta. National hank of Jacksonville.

Dam I .lx months 711e"" To VorplKn CountriM, directly In the exposition Jan ( Jacksonville, Fla.
!$2.00 per annum Bul>n
advancatfln. We hope the railroads will do --
only baking powder
their alar in helping to make the
r a of any ntliir kind(.MtliB the'writer AnvofiATit I will olhita rot Informitl tjr au- MH-Wlntcr Fair one of Florida's made with Royal Grape I Motor :Boat
closing a .taiupadaddresMd' envelope. 4 S.
\ ;
mOAt succcasfulexpositions." Cream of Tartar 1

t .II., cbeck.Pusttnce Order,Eta..shoo Id he made ----------

" payable to t IU.1.k.II..W..LTOIt. prnrrls'or, JOHN HENNIKER HEATON, the English Ho Alum, No Lime Phosphate ,Supplies.Ordor .

4 II' Addre..tl oommanleatlnni toKAST member of Parliament "fatherof
S l COAHT AUVCK'ATKTlTPIVILLB :. the I Imperial postage"idea
., t a FLORIDA.
1": t -.. --c- ( has written to Chancellor of -- J.\LJa1.1: ::E3ousc.
the anJ Post Pirala's New Year's la In March.In .
ExchequertAsquhb ,
Train of Kansas Products
; 1. U. 8. Department of Agriculture e
t, master General liuxton in Eng Persia New' Year's *>j celebrated Kansas will m>n il to the east in November + Discounts from List: .tj;chebler art Iflngaton Carbur

Weather Ilurenti-Jupiter, Flo.Tbef' land, offering a bank guarantee to In March Among other ancient customs the longest train of Its products tore, 35 per cent; Universal, 40 per ;\A onarob, 60 percent

>UowinKtss> comparative state cover loss In revenue for the first still_observed, worshiping at the ever sent beyond the borders of All brass fittings rough and polI.hed'UO per cent

neat of temperature and rainfall for tbe three years which might follow the tombs universal.. On New Year'seve the state nays tbe Kansas City Jour. ItAJAIl SPAnK PLUGS and Protectors end your rah

: t week" ending Tuesday, Deo. 17, 1007. of between everybody takes a bath dyes the nal. A trnlu of forty cars. hauled by and spray tioubles-list price $:l.80-my prlre, prepaid.
-10U7MAT' -1000- adoption penny pOI titRe hair and finger vmil and on tbe first two mounter englnei', will leave Topeka 1.80 complete. 411 styles derk itttlogs, Edison liatterle*
DATa. ; MIN' MAX MIN: Great Britain and America, If the day of the new year goes to the tombsto on Nov. lit for Chicago New' fork Spark Tolls, Wire, ;Timers, Dynamos, Lightshtstlei

1 24 71 48 M 81 government witt'appoint a committee mourn and pra,. Sometimes the and HoHton T\y\ route selected Is via ndin, fact

20 75\ UII 67mi Hi: Investigate and report on people become so crowded At the tombs the Santa I"e and Pennsylvania rails Everything for Your Boat and Engine
4 t 27 77 Oil \ 40 such probable lose. That Is a strik that they have to make" their prostrations. roods Stops will be made at Gales-

"0'' 4t t 28 2!) 79 711!) 7 72* ,71 72 /14.//M log first step Tiie second ought '. In turn all tbe while filling the burg Streator and Joliet III.. aDd at ''at,. correspondingly low prices. '

h, l t 30'' 80 (III 75 62: easily to come by way of any one air with a. patUctle. wall. Tbe cemetery Chicago the train will be switched Into KVEIIYTIIINO BE r:I4T QUALITY, AND IN STOCK.we .
i 31 OU It 08 of halt a dozen public-spirited V>f Yi-zd i Khast. containing the the Polk,street station for a day Syl
, I "I'' Total raJ; fall for,tbe weekj .02) Inches Americans-and along the same remains of Imam Rlzo o( holy mem Dixon, the manager of the expedition O. SNEDEN, JENSEN> FLA.

/(Departure from normal rainfall for the lines. PoatmasterCen. Von L.Meyer ory. Is particularly noted for tbls annual ban secured the largest calliope In the
, ""week mlnu .31 Inchon. Departure '" demonstration. Tbe devout supplement United States for use on this trip. It
a... from normal rainfall since Januay 1, of Washington, D.C, has been their mourning by kissing the can be heard II.\'& miles, and on approaching
4 u .: Inches. interested" in the idea for \ TRE-Js;
;, + minus :20 )7 deeply wslts of tbs Rlza's tomb a town the operator will
UAL. P. HABDIM' Olllclal In charge, same time. Its realization wouldbe .__ give tbe people one of the national airs

r. a memorial for his adminisVa- with Inspiring variations: .

Itf a cricket match to be played' tlon worth having. EVER WATCHFUL From Nurseries are giving' Katcst satisfaction to our bun I

at Nottingham l. England (11 ladies JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at UCKiaWaiia dredrfofclvtomersIn They alwaya|

r from the .town and county will\ Cleaning: and Pressing. this office, at reasonable rates Gin grow, and thoy always bear fr zit true to name of variety.
Little Care Will Save the
I. play 11 soldier, who saw service A us a aJHtre of} your work.

k+ a in the Crimean war and. Indian All work done up.to-dat.e. Call and tender Future ,Trouble. '---.-- I Some satisfaction in( thIs In planting groves: now, think, of the-future
1 mutiny. Watch the kidney accretions.

.. _._..._H sea me. Andrew' Gibson, at the Parlor See that they have the amber'.hue of Eibiinger Automobile depends oh the trees you plant MAKE NO MISTAKE, but come to
Barber Washington
bbop, on avenue. ,
How much do we annuallyfor health.
soap? It there any pay reason why The discharge not excesMve or Infrequ: i 10 II. 1>.-.4TS.00. Headquarters for reliable Trees: Trees guaranteed to "iJ'fi
Shoe, Hepnlrlngr tloagnn In good order
Delivered st door ,
Florida should not make her own ent. your ready to run.
don't replace them. NO WHITE FLY.ADDRESS '
t''' soaps with profit 'to her taxbooVs, Contain no brlok-dust-llke sediment. Stantlaid gauge, 38.In wheels, solid we e ..
f gains to her population and a new! I do all kindsf boot and shoe repairIng Doan's Kidney pills will do lliU for rubber Urea Automatic oilers Engine

" incentive to 'development? and do not forget It. Opposite Jas.Prltcbard you S double opposed (cylinder. 0. W. CONNER Prop'r.TANGEZtINE
!Safer than and
AIMDBKW : a horse easier to man .
A Son. : GIB80N, 'They watch the kidneys aDd cure them ,
*""- -- "-- alte.L lady can run this machine.

>1 \Vs notl'oe several of our winter Tltusvllle, Fla when they're sick Catalog Free.. .. FLORIDA.
v I Mr. !Bonn ZolleU, City Auditor, melding -

1 visitors are beginning to find their whop II.I. Job .'rlutillg.I at 731 Jtobert *tie t, Newpoit, Ky., W P. UNDERWOOD -
: way down here again. Those -
saAsi "A man who has never had backache
t.; come early and stay late het the I FORT PIERCEI FLORIDA
f greatest benefit from our lorloiw Do not forget the fact that st tbe AD or kidney complaint In any of (its --- UNITED PINEAPPLE WRAPS.The .

V \i.'f\f climate. The weather ,now I Is situ 'I VOOATB office, Tltusvllie, we do job many forms can scarcely gauge the misery i _
endures who Is
/r ply delightful. printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and a sufferer annoyed ta .1
t'l ... expeditiously! Letterheads, Hoteheads, day and night by this far too prevalent!
t trouble. such advice Is great labor saving It has |
I Bllllieadi, Envelope,Tags, and all other To all my procure paper. many
i. THE: orange crop in this section Doan's Kidney I'disand take a all other
kind advantages over papers..
this season was a surprisingly!
course of the treatment. The result of c'

'y, large one. The outlook is prom. Uuilclliifr Lots For Srtlc. the use of three boxes prayed to me that Do not buy pineapple paper_until you see
and the in.
4r 1 Icing, ere long orange the remedy Is up to representations and
dustry will again be assuming Indorsement" samples of
In this LoU eight and nine, block eight, Titus deserves my unqualified ourVr
enormous proportions sec. For care by'all dealer; Price
addition to Tltuavllle of the ited
Florida as per map -
tlon of the Bait Coast of ,
town of Fla. Ale In Bre- Foater-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N Y., sole STAG Brand Semi, Paint.
Tltusvllle on paste
.. agents for the United States. KXCFLI ALL OTHERS It will be to your interest.!
S Vard County Clerk's office, for sale very ,
LET and medium Remember the naue-Doao's and take For SPRK4DIVO CAPACITY,
every cheap Mna. 8. A. DitATO, "
I Its share of advertising this great tf St Augustine! Fla. no other WBARrilG QUALITIES.

f t country, which is attracting nation ONE GALLON MAKES TWO. United
al attention and it will be In Paper Company
soon Yost Tjpewrlter l"or Sale. FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE For sale.by RON A LI) A FISKE,
very reality ; "The land ,of flowers, v Cocoa, Fla. .
? fruit and all Good Things;. Let ATLA.I11'TA. GA....
Here's a chance for A secondhand .
( us have more good sidewalks and you. IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND -TIIE- .
Yost for lal for -
shade typewriter (\ only
, trees.. .10. Call and see It, at the DADE COUNTIES. TWO", BEST SPARK PLUGS.

Evinv property" ; holder smitten. ADVOCATE oflloe, I LAND FOR'SALE, bt.,Lucle and IIaA.; ON THE MARKET.: East Coast Lumber .& Supply Co

,i it ant should take the greatest of Tituaville. }'II\. counties Description of land: West \.711 Kilo ,
I 'g of northeast J. and,west'{ pf south "
in and ,
pride cleaning up keeping .
their holdings and home in an WALTON SKLF.LOCKING BLOCKS, east t j, BBC. ld, township 3.2, range SO, .iL attM '-YARDS ATTlfUSVILLE --+

admitted sanitary condition.Health Patented In all countries. Only tackle 101 :20-100 acres, St. Lucle county.

is happiness. We have the repu. block of the kind In the world. Fit- :' West Ji of north went ;4 and west I' COCOA, EAU OAfXIE, FORT PIERCE, WEST PALM BEACH

; tatlon pt having the healthiest tod with ,the Walton-Vinton Boiler of southwest)f, seC 35. township 32'
t range SO, lUll) acres, St. Lfaole county I OJ
location In the stated: Let us keep Bearer.. Useful In any place where Northeast of southeast 3.g sec I, II Lumber and Building Materials! Hardware, Sash, Door.) Paints. Nearly!:
hoisting Is done. With these blocks 2
that reputation by all meanest township 38 south range 41 east; "II the best contractors buy-of ulII! WHVf It pays. Wtien quality and prompl
one man can do lia work of two. Wood :c
close K
_. | to O. pineapple plantation
/' .
f o ervlce Is considered our'prlces are lowoat)
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v Thousands sold in, the north. Call : on Bt Lucle river; 40 acies, 1 :::0 GOC t :t kBENFORD
IT Is In Democratic Jade :: .
being whispered county. I
a .and see them In working order air this - -
circles Also, the northeast U of northeast I
that there is
a office,.or at the Atlantic Supply Co'a. jl: soo 18, township Si! south, range I G-rapefr'1.1:1: : 't and: Orange: Treos.
revolt against what (Is
being tore, Jacksonville, Fla. 41 east on south fork of tit Lucle )> I 0t1
termed Mr. Bryan's dictatorship river; 40 acres, pale County : ../"We have.over 200,000 of tbe BEST QUALITY that can be .produced with
in the Democratic The first skilled labor, and our experience of over 20 years.
party. Hare Property For Sale At Eau Apply to W. A. BALL, Stuart, Fie I We bud principally on 4OUR ORANGE STOCK: but"8D supplCrapefruU
evidence of this ,
growing feeling Gallic Florida" and some Oranges on other atoolcs,. --
Was offered by Senator Daniel, of ; Master's Sale. roil Tiiu iinNtriT OP OUR CUSTOMERS ALONO THE

Virginia, when he faced Mr, Bryan I I11ft INDIAN KIVii, we yaveestablished, a BltANCII.NUUSEHV NEAR FORT

u in the lobby of a Washington hotel I have 'seven acres of land for sale on I1DF.R AND BY'vummicor A DECREE Pierce, where we have .I5, OO choice Grapefruit and Orange trees. budded on :Sots:;
s. and told him in no uncertain voice the bank of Eon Gallle harbor, Indian U of toreolnsuts and male) enured In the C Ir- Stock-one and two year buds in fine condition for planting./
cult Court of th. Seventh Judicial' (Ircull HE MEM HER-that In buying trees, here, YOU TAK no BISK O&'BRINGI' ''
that his views on puhllo'que tlon'. RIver, Fla.. adjoining the winter headquarter of the State of Fhirlda. In and for Brarard RACER- WHITE FLT rrro YOUR OROVK. .
were not to the of the r 'uDtr. la a eauM therein liking of the South. Kentucky Military Institute. : Send for
kilo: M.Flacbsretal.. menhpainaamuand) oparklntt to tinker with. Absolutely floe new descriptive catalogue with prices and fulf Information.
One prominent Southern Democrat Delia Fulton.et alq are d '..uclint",,I will Mil at Tlnhu Long ground. uperlug Joint perfect At. -r1Jlliitlj
| auction for ..h In band QuaruUeii for oil \ : 'P-4 POJUOUU N1lrp'4CrICN.Wholesale .
publte c to mho yew.
a member of the House, admits Artesian well on land-floe flow of Beat lil,I ler,at. the front door of the hiFh.etand Court MONARCHMode v I '"

that many of Ills colleagues water, Kooti fob household Irrigation, hones dn.Ulor In the. Tltunllle.l.,if.l noun HreTard of Mle,(ounty,the"Morl.U I to rneee the demand for a Dollar Flag. and ,Retail, So Office, MIAMI FIA._
upon ll.lter
believe that the South should have with force enough to run light power Monday, la liruiw7,A. I)..IIIlHI, the following tbmi, any SI Ml plug old. B U.fiotion -" -
tbe the described real e.t*i.. In wit gnarante.d ____ _
framing platform and machinery, ""II I that tut of 'load known ai Lot fourS,of I Made with Doable Improred dies Tnnulttlon.
tbat this will be insisted upon by Alia natural aprlng. slack eighteen tlM>, on H |.klns Street In the No coup mini In used In the nonnrrnrtlonSl .
I Town of TltnaTtlle I ,at Dhown th* of -
nlna mat *clal IHioouuU "
to the Trade.
Southern delegates in the next Water front, excellent boating l and cold town madu l hr J. Francis LcH.rnn and on
convention. In sate Ale In the (torn'a Odlr* of Kn>yard C ounijr. RONALD & F1SKE,
a thinly veiled fishing. Good harbor Flag: sta- Florida. ogetber with the Improvementi STATE
,f statement he declared that the tkto. adjoins land, Train pans for said 'land muau AGENTS
JOHN IIRN RY. Cocoa Fla.
South would support Bryan only Rockledge, Palm Beach and Miami, and 204 Special M *Mr ID Cl>anoi>ry. It your dealer ilo.not handle them, Mod to Oi. T'RV r

if it was accorded this privilege, connect with\Ve Indian steamships.Fine -; ;. .. .. --- .. n.
cr if the platform as framed, wu piece of property for winter --

L "entirely to the liking of the Southern homes or semi.tropical gardening. Fine ':I1tusv111a :E31a.oksr.: .1th Sh.op

;i. delegations. All this comes winter climate FLORIDA MIDWINTER INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION
perilously near revolt Will sell
being a and cheap.
/ __i____. _. ,
llr. Bryan yet may find Jhat the Write J. O. WAITOW, r
solid South is solid no longer at Walton Self.Locking Block i All kinds: of wagons made to order, Repairing of all kinds done on short -Tllie LAROK6T: EXroSITlbx EVEn HELD IK TIIR KTATE'::::''
Co. .
least for his notice. Now is the time to get your wagons 1"ade. before the rush of work From January 15th to Aprllltb.! 1003-Special Features Every Day.
candidacy _. Roatoo, Macs comes In. Insures'boat of work at the cheapest Motor Boat Races, Air Ships, Souaa's Band and the midway attractions wibe '
price possible. the! best ever seen In the State,

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.NN.. ....... .... ......... Mims. SAVE ANYWAY.Here .

EAST COAST USTE'WS.Nowsv .i Hsppy New Year to all ADVOCATE Is a simple home-made mixtureas Favorite Fertilizers are the Best

given by an eminent authority on
******************** Kidney disease who makes the state '*'
i B. P. N'alland. Phil Wright, of Titus ment In a New York dally newspaper Special formulas for .
vllle\ were iirre Sunday ,
Notes Contributed bv Our that It will telleve almost any ease of;
Regular i Mrs. Smith was vtcltlng ber mother ORANGES
Kidney trouble If taken before the stage i ,
Corns of East Coast this week in Lake listen "
Correspondents. : of Bright' dlseatie. He states that such "
i Mrs. Capt. Wilson spent Christmas symptoms as lame back pain In the BEANS
.....NNN..NNNN. .N..N.NNNNNNIN.N. at Jacksonville with her parents. i ,
side, frequent desire to urinate, especial
John C. Deal Is now In Oak Hill with' t. .
1 ly at night painful and discoloredurination : I \
Please send all communication Eau Gallie. II J. Magruder, on Edmund
naJ"I' are readily overcome. here ,
terns lot publication to "Editor, I
Titusvflle Fla." J. W. Frascr left Monday last for' Is the recipe) try it : CELERY
HOLe1ao' Jacksonville for tit week's visit with Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-ball I

I SARAH C. -PllMlieiAH AVD Boa friends I ounce; Compound Kit i'pun, oue ounoe;
We cannot guarantee to publUb sans Kan Oallto Florida I AND ALL TRUCK CROPS.
that do not reach tbU office beforeon Emory 8. Green, of Palatka, Is expected Compound Syrup baniaparlila, three i

Thursdays. I ,Calm, pleasant father doting the pant' l soon on a visit to his brother K.: ounces. Take a teaspoonful I, after each ,_ 1
week. A. Green. -* meal and at bedtime.A /
I Get literature giving prices, analysis and testimonials from
Christmas festivities passed nit very P. W. Roberts IIn.ll K.!: A. Green were : well.known druggist herein town
111 correspondents oblige us by quietly and happily calling on friends Iq LaGrange, Sunday i Is> authority that these Ingredients are W., E. GOLDSMITH, Agent! Titusvllle, Fltt, ft

If the name of people and places afteiuoon I ....... ...
i. --- --
Ktngan Hodgson; veiled the county all harmless and easily mixed at home
inly I as possible T town, Tltusvlllf, this week Mrs C. S. Ballon entertained ;Ml*. i by shaking well IDa bottle. This ml*.

Mrs W. J. Xesbltt was the /guest of Roberts, Mrs.-Biltton. I'V.. Roberts ture has a peculiar healing and soothing
and E. A, U Sanders Fertilizer
Mrs. A, R. reon. Company
Melbourne.AttD Hodgaonduilngtbe pant week effect upon the entire Kidney\ tucUiluary
P. W. Roberts and K A. Green took ,
Mr. and
L. T. Couch are settled structure, and often overcomes
In the circus Monday evening and bad a
for the winter In one of the Gilbert cot.
tages. pleasant evening, the worst forma of Rheumatism In justa Jacksonville, Florida. \
I .
W. OOODB:.-R* I Rotate!: Notary little while This 1 mixture I. laId 10
Henry Prltchett of Jacksonville and .. .. ._,
for ,
I 110 and Conveyancer Agent Aetna' Mr. and Mrs. Plogrey are ooanY8ettledIn -- --
all blood disorders and the
LondonandOkilwanil hems remove cure
rpool and Hartfordln G K. Piltchett TiIisvlllewere .
tbelr Eau Gallle home
: for the winter
nr..nc.Companies. apeclalattention Saturday on business. Rheumatism by forcing the Kidneys" to ..
to one Interest yt DOD..ld.nLl. seatiou.Mr.

_.__._ ._- .,\nd Mrs. W.' J. Netbltt were .theguest. Mr. and Mrs. Devil entertained their Alter and strata from the blood sod Percy G. Walton :
and hu band Mr. and Mrs. Ueo all uric acid and foul
of sister system decomposed .:
Sub..orlptlon for the ADVOCATK, Mr. andMrs.. A. It. Hodgson.
Ink paper of thy East Coast will be for Xraas. Herndon, of Valdosta Gar waste matter, which came there

ed at the Melbourne Pontofflce. Dance and Bal Masque on New Year's J. T. McGuIre now has charge of the afflictions Fry .it If ;you srn't well. tusv111o. Fla.
males of The Tltunville Lumber Co., Save the prescription. .
eve. Particulars in next Issue of the
;p)' New.Tear to all Pink PaperN belt, ,about fifty bead In all.

HI Matisean, of Chicago U again a Mr, and Mrs G. W. Hopkins were t\e I.. It, Hyus has resigned his place Shiloh. I

nme !guest at Bay View Cottage for guests of Mr.and Mrs. J. K., M. HtxigscK with Prltcbett Bros' and Ifft for Center FIRE AND TORNADO
wilt: E. Ii Reese,
Inter. Park Capt. : .
on Christmas. ; INSURANCE. \; (

I. Nonla Carter and daughter Milfarter .* Mr. and Men. Q. F. Paddison spent :Mr. and Mis. P. U Kyser entertained Mr J. I, Lawless. ., of Cocoa, spout a I
arrived New Year' Eve Christmas T'liuivllle, the guests of fro cud Mrs J. 7.. Kycer and family sod few days hate last week. '
ate again lu their Bluff! cottage Mr and Mis. Get M. Bobbins. Mr. Marsh at Chilstruas tilnoor.. \.1 I
fir i.
K' Ellcabeth Eaton baa again rent W. II. Munn WIB calleJ Jforth on 1 C. J. Copgln and wife. of Cocoa, was spent several days here last week visitIng "
16 Mlsmer House on the Bluff wbereIII Tuesday I..at.. owing to the Illuess of his Iin turns last week putting up a few friends.Mr. LOWEST RATK:< ACCIDENT) POLIC1KS ISSUED: .t,

receive a number of !guests this brotber, _banker In Holyoko, Muss. I orange from their tine grove h -re.Mr. .loha Putnam of Brunswick GIt.. .'

I and Mrs. Coward'bad for their Was visiting" friends here Wednesday '
n.e Messrs.' Seaman Dwyer and Brown /
MeMiB' Baber and Seth Rode left for points on the lower river In the I guests Cbilatmss, Mi. and Mrs. J. D. and 'Ihdrsdiiy. Your Business Respectfully Solicited -
Knots of TI \ Mr. and Mrs John
bought out tbe Melbourne Livery : u.\lll\
; houseboat Queen Ida on New Year
their are sure of to date i Coward of Cocoa, and Mr and Mrs C. Mrs .lane Tyner, of 1 fMnchnnyvllle, .
ce. patroirs up !day I "', Simmons, of LaGranga. Ky., came last week to spend the Inter, Reference: Indian Jllver State. Bank. Tlfusvllle, Fla. ,.
Seivices In St. Jobn's church! with MIS.ZIJ.
on i .. .
Mr. and Mrs. G. Nolle bad guests -
'. and Mrs Bulger two --
Young street on Sunday next, the 5tlInnt 1
The dance at Mr. and Mrs. Kohl'sThursday
their Messrs Albert rolle and
maid, Cblcsgo, are now occup ., at 10:30 a. m. Dean Hobottora two sons, much .
evening; wa enjoyed
wife of and Hallie Noll. and very
Titusvllle :
lis. Rhoda Robertson' cottage fur will conduct the services. i '
inter wife, of New Srayin::! end Mr and Mrs by every one.. Palmetto: Hoots
Mis. C. W. Fowler' is., now" at barno. J. T. McGulre, bf Titusvllle. Miss Miyine Taylor a danoe '
.; MIIII..a Mable Wlilmcre and Helenr preparing the K. M I: quarters for the gave ,
Xmas night which was largely attendee 'j
Christmas Into
paaittd history as one
their vacation! at their Mel. '
spent Itmiliu'e, which will\ arrive on the morn
aud much by all.
of the most days of the enjoyed
home. Miss" Miller will fur pleasant year
ne >
K< Inir ot January fith, In lime for bieak ,
'it visit to Ht Pet eikburg this, week, 1IHI7.\ ) With a bright and sunny day ss Mrs. Hardee and children of New Wanted f Cords Palmetto Roots, ..: I
f"ltt.Th" only can be bad on the Kant Coast of Smyrna, spent Xmas with her brother, 0.000. :
and Mrs. Fred Irwin and d""Rb. pink paper the ADVOCATE, wa Floi Ida, mercury about 70 degrees G. VV, Bennett, uf this place. .
Mr. and Mrs Will Irwin Mrs. represented. at the Bal Mwifue on New Fon WHICH A FAIn AND RKASONAni.K PRICK WILL REPAID. ;:.
e and baby all or blcajro, are Year's eve by Miss Bessie Hodgson, who Green beans are going forward dully, Mr. and Mrs G r.. Comer returned: I
snugly; aeILied In their Melbournefor was dleaned In pink: from head-dress to 'and ri.7Aand ft.00 have been the selling to Eufauls AI..., after spending ten I )
the season. pink shoes. It proved one of the most price Me sra. J. Z Kyter Jell Cuyler days on their place In ,North Bhlloh.: .
Joe Warren, I'. L. KJ&er-.W.; Roberts
and Mrs. W, T. Wells, as their taking,: costumes at the ball. U. E. Masters and others are among our' Mr. and Mrs Oeo Kuhl, Mrs II. lloets must be well trimmed and out to four foot length and' delivered at "t ,
I custom at Xmas, presented, manyy The houseboat Wolverine was out fora prominent truck groweis. Knhl and Miss Annie Kuhl took Christmas '/

and'Useful gifts also large bunoh. spin on New Year' day, with 'a part; P. W. Roberts entertained his dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Jas A. Palmetto Extisot Works, Tltuavllle, ( :
f fruit from their floe many
grove to on board. Mr. Hopkins baa one of the Taylor
al Melbourne friends, Thursday evening, to a parlor J,
,friends.Sam most comfortable vessels on' tbs East \
dance In the/ spaclmm dining room of Mrs G. C. Kuhl, Mrs. II. Kuhl Mrs m
sera Martin. John Nicholson, Coast of our State and takes great pless Mr. and Mho J. Z Kjfer Mualo was Zly Mrs. Tyner and Miss Annie Kuhl! 1' ,
lano and J. ure In entertaining his friends on all few" day In Palm Beach .
A. Kennedy were the furnished bv twe violins from'JIlusvllle. ate spending a
saful hunters last week bringing) I occasions. Mis. M. E. Collins- of ,Boa At lO'Sd delicious refreshments were this week ":" C. A. Spencer & Son. "

o plentiful fine deer. Turkey woods and this deer have Inat.Lake,,to Mich.join, the is expected party on about board.the 15lh served of cake, nuts...ralsins, candy, eto. Mr. and Mrs Pattlllo and-dau hter. r ,
our season
A colony of fifteen families are expected Miss Addle, and Miss Grlfllo. of Oel.eeo. ... . ... '
Itatlona are out to the marriage of here from Alkfen, S. U, Tangly, are upending a few days this week on -f'
Chan. McBride, of Melbourne to How to Cure Chllhlaln8. S. C., and Augusta, Ga., to start orange Mr. Pattlllo's place In Hhlloli. .

Bell Earnest, of Jacksonville, which (growing and vegetable; truck gardening Miss Minnie Grlfll gave a surprise .
freedom from chilblains

take the 4th.place Ik In Jacksonville best of good oil wishes Jauu- "I writes"To apply John enjoy Bucklen's Kemp,Arnica East Otlsfleld Salve. Have Me., on the belonging co-operation to Jbc plan.colony A will patty arrive
'III them through life. next week and start to Uy out a place
also used It for salt rheum with excel. Muslo and the graphaphone being: the
Don Beaqjean of Dunkirk, yew" lent results." Guaranteed to cure fever for a permanent location. No better better features of the evening

i, arrived on the 2
t t the of his holidays brother In Claude Melbourne as the wounds,,. frost bites and akin diseases25o Here's success to them, The tree war loaded with mosey beautiful will entitle you to have your teeth cleansed) FREE twice during the life of time\ ,
Beaujean Titusvllle
: at Pharmacy
\ presents, and one was remem.
baa Chrtetm.e membership1 t, which I II one year ,
now gone to Melbourne Beady Tree Procranun bered. The exercise the children '
sometime with his father, Capt. March and Kong .. v:The Happiest Tims was splendid. And old by Snot. Claus In addition to'this, you receive a discount on all work of twenty-five per
'. cola.Mr. ......... By .. ........
the BclxmlAclilrms
Beanjean.e .. Sunday
of Weloumo :.. .. ..Jienrv Jl._llKUIe came, much to the surprise Of many, for cent. Think what this discount means to you f It I II a saving 'of f5 00 on ft .

' following Melbournlt.es attended 'a Gift to Hants Cbus...... ....IrraaMliuathrlntiniu be was not expected and he oairled out set of teeth, $:a.OO( ) on crown, from 25 to 50 cent on every filling, eta, etc -\a\\ .+
.. .. .. ..
Ilan tUnanll
lasque Ball at Eau Hallie New (hrtntioai Policy HOIIK..... .. ../. .to. .......ITI.llt.. his pan very good, indeed. work will be guaranteed for a number year. As a further Inducement to job 1}
a Eve, going! up In four carriages ,Okell of Scranton, Pa., spent Jtethleliem "tar.... .,........ .. F'etleFelcmme --- --.,- the club members have tbelr teeth extracted for 60 cents
tooth Instead
Besets Seth Rod ea. Wro. Glbbs, few with bis wife at Chistmas Song. .. .. ...........Merry Merry Christmas can per of ;
Shave Capt. H. Martin Prof. C. days) .. .. .. .By tie rtund.y School ... .. Fort Pierce. 100. This one Item alone Is worth the membership fee; *
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time. The Stolon Ktooklnn... ...,Mitchell Kymrllrownje i
adieus, The Misses Caroline Irwin, ".rrtevsnees..lsthel" Folsom Upon the receipt of one dollar, by mail or otherwise, you wl)l receive I certificate .
.J Martin Bessie with Mrs Mr Raymond and Miss Elizabeth lievsalxdloud People. .,.HlKlonltovllLiving
Waters Sanderson attended the New Year's Eve Giving Time.... : :.':..: ....Alriib Kywr of .membership, which will entitle you to bave'your work done anytime withina '
V. Guode as chaperon All report ........., TheVdltoi1 of the ADVOCATI has some
, reception at Miss Hugblett's In Cocoa. Uses Rm-ltations. Uy I'rliiiwrlM year. The Club.subscription clones January Stit. You can not bare your work
tenjoyixble time. Mr. .(*. F. Pad- Nathan Hires, MltvlyII Prlne', DBW'.JT "Irell,
land for Bale bt. Lucie River
on whichwill
I and his eateemabla wife know Arthur ITIoe, Jcru llavll, Ssdle Kyaar, Anol done and then join the club. You must become a member within the prescribed\
how, ,Mrs. David Carter has as. her guests", Ky 4rlasrl rrlo IK sold cheap lie baa no time to
, to manage such swell affairs her sister and nephew hire. Tucker and Snug....?.. .. .. ........ ants planaLamest time, DO day*.
nicely assisted by Mrs. Taylor, I By HundHy B< haul look after It. In a few years this land There I I. not child In town whose teeth should not be'oloansed den
a tilt
also cousin Mrs. by a
Miles Tucker a King.
Smell, Miss Kodes and others. ; Sand Claus! i'p.an.... ... :.. .. :: :::: :::: :::: will be worth four dames a* much as Is
man. IN.trihutlonolpreaents.; ... .. : : 75/ per cent of them have decayed teeth. All of them should begin now and have
0.0. lIan..l.. .. ... .............. ....KanIA('I.... now asked for- It. Bee, or write W, A. tbelr teeth examined and clamed twit '-
se Counsel From the South. The orange groves are looking beauti P. W. Rol>llrte...... .... ....Mute'01 oervrnonl.sThe "r.
ful. The recent rains have been of great: .- Ball, fetnart, Fla

want to give some valuable advloe good, having Increased' the size of the N -_ \ DR. MILLER Resident Dentist
ose who suffer' with lame back andy fruit very much. nIght nie. .
. A happy Now Year to you. .
trouble," says J. It. Blanken- Mr. J. Allen accompanied by his wlfe'lpareota Mr. August Sherpa, the popular over. '!
of Beck Tenn. "I have proved Mr. and Mrs. McNutt, of Teen seer of the poor, at Fort Madison I*. Ideal holiday weather here Office near Court House "
I absolute certainty that Electric arrived last week-Mr. Allen for a short says "Dr. King' New Life Pills are Large quantities of vegetables are leaving 1ITU8VILLE, FLORIDA :

r.( will/ positively. cure this dlstressndltlon. visit and Mr. and Mrs. MoNutt for an rightly named: they act more agreeably, here everyday, _. __ ,__ ._. ___. .._ _. _
The first bottle make feel better : "I'I
,gave: me Indefinite time. do more good and one
relief and after taking a few mores than any other laxative." Guaranteedto Dozier Holmes, of Fort Drum, cam GROCERIES..: RESTAURANT ,
I was completely cured;ao comy The Indianola house opened Its doors cure biliousness and constipation.25o In after a load of supplle for his store, .
I that It becomes a pleasure to to the publlo on Christmas Eve with a : at TUusvtll Pharmacy Wednesday. A good supply Of Fresh Urocsrles Fish and Oyster a Specialty.. +
mend this great., remedy." Sold general Invitation for the evening, which Xmas band/ !\.
Mine Ella Hsnklns spent the always kept on ek at all hour.

guarantee 0oG at Titusvllle Pharmacy evening was accepted was passed by large! very,: number pleasantly The ', l:eoC ',ana. holidays at with her sister, Mrs. J. Wlfcln- Save money by patronizing me. Special Rates by the week. y
son Uypoluxo. i
and music, after which refreshments "
!rames Your patronage solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed
Malab \ were served, all uniting/ in voting Mrs. Harry .f Tltu v/e, Is
\r. the new owner, Mr. Perry Maxfleld, a Messrs. Cannatta and Hommors.: of In standing a few Wilson ere with ller sisUr 2t4An.: "'irxKJooor. >:JK..A.JST, ,,, ;

pleasant host, and his sister an able and I dianola, were In town on SusdnyJ Mrs. A. K. Wilson Nx to F. E. C, By. depot.

and Mrs Williams left last week charming hostess. With after such the pleasant i Mr. Copeland and Carl Wlttfsld are atArtell The dance New Year' eve at the hall TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
to look carefully com
elr borne In Chattanooga, 'Jenn.. people fort of their !guests, and Oak Cottage this week,-on a bear bunt. was a grand success, and a large number -- .-,- ,- .. ----- ... --- ...---.,..-,. -.

Julia Arnold and Mrs. Eaton also open to the public, there Is no reason Uncle and Auntie Hughes/ spent a danced the old year out.

or Palm Beach, where they willa why Indianola should not have avery plttaaaaDt day with Dr Wlttfeld Thur.- New" Th\'. day being: legal holiday,
few, days. successful lI
Martin fruit mote beautiful healthful spot In Flora day.Mrs.I their employee a half day'* rest.
Ochsner a !grower, bcbofleld, ot Banyan and ber
aouHe, New York, arrived at Mala- Ida.a deter Mrs. Bowman of Miami, ,were Th* various exercise la .tb* chilrobcs /

nday night and situated In his calling on friends here, Thursday, were a pronounced success,all belug very In Florida. do
Curedby One of the most modernly quipped plant We strictly a
bone. the all all glad tc) tee him IHnfness Canuot be nicely decorated for the occasion. ,
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Lee, fro and high-grade! Domestlo Finish Work. t' ;1
local applications, .. they cannot Urs. Henry Pratt and two children, of There have been Urge/ catches of We are ADSOLUTILT nicsponsiotVc: for .all laundry sent to us. We guarantee ,:
three teacher who live In-Mala reach the diseased portion of the ear. Kansas City, arrived on Sunday, aDd are mackerel her lately' Their have bit to please. yon and solicit your business. Agents/ wanted In every locality. '
't for the teachers convention at There Is only one way to cure deafness, at home to their'friends In their new better this year they ever before. PORTER DUOS., Prop. ":},
eteraburg on Monday noon The and that is by continual remedies. bungalow; Mrs. Pratt Is the daughter O. L. Msndsvllle, A U Titusvllle, Fla., Lake. City Flas
I Ruth Frances Arnold and Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition Mr. and Mr*. Paul Watkins retnrned
Jomat Farleyr k. of the mucous lining of the of Mr. and tire Lee. from' their wedding trip last Sunday, and '" ,',

Enstacblan Tube. When this tube Is Uncle Hughle foooj among bis Indian I are now settled In the north'part of town. nOCILI:IJOE. :

Inflamed you have a rumbling sound or River oranges. one bavTog a perfect map I Dr. tfoore held service In 81. Andrew'
'III ed of Lung Trouble. Imperfect hearing;, acid when It la entirej of Indian I
Is now eleven years since I had a I closed deafneM Is the result and Wortb, plainly outlined around the : ast. At the morning service, the Odd. .
escape from consumption" unless Inflammitlon: can be taken out orange. It was sent to R. U. Burcbflel, fellows turned out en masse, when theJoctor Hotel Indian River ROCKLEDOE,
C O. Floyd a leading businessf and this tube restored to lie normal condition I Anthony Kansas, oar Joiner countysurveyor prtarbed a special mormon 'for ; FLORIDA p
Kernhaw S. O. "I bad run bearing will be destroyed forever; The natural map/ was quite a. hem and Mlas Coo 11110' rendered one of ,

In weight, to 1W; pound, and line asses out "f ten are canard by eiirloaity. Metrltu Island.,a. iI' peifect ber bountiful IIID her usual flnt-ciase ..: .
'IDiot WAS onnfUnt, both day and Catarrh, which Is nothing ,but an Inflamed as any map. \
s/d. = 1tIAJ.E t
'ht. Finally; I began taking Dr. condition the mucous surface ------ -- OPEN JAN. 13TH. F. DWYER, Owner and PrJp. ;'

New Discovery, and continued We will\ five One'Ilundrad Dollars .l "I. .
Uraytng.Drayingor .
raylup; and Ifaulliiff. A .titl
Jr about six month, when my for any case of deafness caused by / .' .{ '
and lung.trouble were entirely Catarrh: ) that >cannot be cured: by Hall's \ I ::J.

nd I waa restored to my formal Catarrh! Core. Send for 'circulars free banling of all I lad prompt. All ,kind of draylng aDd hauling Steam beat electric lights, elevator, pure I drloklng' w ter," 80- acre orange )"' a
170 pounds." Thousands: of F. J. CUKNKY 4 CO., Toledo, O. attended to. Meet all trains. Stove promptly attended to anil Satisfaction ;
are healed overf year OoarantTttosvllle JSoM by Druggists, 75o' y grove boating/fishing, bunting, tennis billiards music dances. etc. : J.OO per. ,'. X
wood for sale at all times. tend. -
50. and Take Half*,Family! Pills for contlpaOOD. << guaran[ '
Pharmacy. p. .
and for Booklet.L
day Special weekly rates.
Trial bottle_ free. *" n. E. UOLn_. Tttnsvllle. Joey Km Le.'Pituevllle'' /k. 4ys

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LIttle 'Injury From Stock .In Fall and Arrangement Designed to Prevent

The pasturing WinUr.of wb'enl, ls an odd At the present Wait price of) Grain.for feed It In /JontShiver SEND THE REST BACK represented not

't practice about which opinions of practical a problem with many swine breeder .

men differ widely., The subject. whether It will not I* a profitable undertaking ri...
tins been studied during several sea-. to make feeding flours thus

wont by the Oklahoma station In a preventing much waste of grain that Ola.!. ZB-U-rrra-etto: :: : < : Co.
farmer's whentfleld 11 number of pints, III generally encountered when feedingIs ,

were laid out fenced and providedwith done on the' ground. Mr. O. Osuorn 635, 037, 631) WEST BAY STREET
gates. Ou two of the plats the of Iowa, a prominent Duroc-Jersey o .

gates were clotted Hid locked and on breeder has settled tbe question on bit Jacksonville, .1 Floric

the others they were left open. farm by waking one of these boorsOne Just scratch a match-light
"Horses and cattle were turned' Into of our field men lilting him recently WHISKEYS IN BULK
the Perfection Oil Heater .Gold Band, l KM) par cent. Corn
the fend In which these pints were situated secured the following points of j Per Gallon Double lumped .

on Oct. 24. lit which time the description and wo have tried to Illustrate and stop shivering. Wher Florida. Special Rye. '. . *!' LO GIN: I

t wheat tllnll"bl'll consldenU'lo feed the same In (be sketch given be- ever you have a room that's Congress Rye . . . . 2 00 '

Up to about the middle of January the low.The hard to heat-that the fur. Brookdnle Rye . . : . 2 CO Domestic Holland Gin 1
pasturing was fair. About this floor proper Is 17 by 557 feet and Belle (ItiandGln. . .
very reach-there Paul Jones life, . . . 3:J ()(>
tlmo the weather turned col4.\, ind snow Is. made of pining brick laid flat down nace !
Belle Maryland Rye
fell, and during the greater part of on a solid clay founUntloii. Before this you'll need aPERFECfION'
A February the woollier was very cold part of the floor was laid however a Paul Jones Old BAKER . 3 SO) Ke.toneClub Ver Gt
and the ground ccuwd' with snow almost cement wall sand Was scattered over Livingston Rye. *. "* ... .400 |.

All of the Hint During the !great the surface and worked Into the crevices -I OH Heater Old Olbdon lire. . . ..:. 6th Old Kentucky Kyt
Old Rye .
or part of these two mouths little holding the bricks in position. No' Malt Whlake,. . . . i. 3 00 Monogram '
wheat pasturing was available and further treatment was given. It might (Equipped with Smokeless Device) ) 1!
the amount given the told! for the season seem to some' that It would be necesTHOUOHS '< Keystone Club (: *
was lighter than iwual. The lattorpart Just the thing for blizzard time or between seasons. It* genial Old Georgia Corn . .\ . $1 CO ''Old Bailey . . :t :.i (
Marlon : N. C. Corn . \2 00
heat makes cheerful and No smokei Countv: ,
of February the weather moderated glowing any room cozy Special X C Yellow Coin, . :2 25 Cavalier I ;, : . 4 00 If12qts. )
and the snow' went off /nnd by tioi smelt tmokeleu device prevents. Brats Old Pilot MOUNTAIN Corn. .,. 2 50 Golden Wedding ," .a 231! I:
March 1 the wheat was making a nice font holds 4 quart of oJ burning 9 hours. Finished in- ( .

J start to grow. On tbls date March 1, in japan and nickel Every heater warranted.
i the gates on the "'alland winter" pas- WHISKEY. IN BOTTLES1The !

lured plats were closed and no stock Tile Give. a rea ul 4qls, .
, allowed on the plnti again. At this \ ,Rte J o. Lamp MUllunllahela 1o. . . . . . . . .,:3 20. 11 (00(
time the ground was a little soft on ItladY.lOft light Lrn<1er1'uie Rye. ,. . ',. . : . "8 50. fI 00
' top, but not In a condition to allow the which is so much) appreciated by Workers and Old Ciow It)" . . JMoivigiara . . . . ... . 3 73. 10lHI(
' students Made of brass, nickel plated with the 3 75. 10 (Ml
to wheat materially
stock damage the I latest improved central draft burner. Every lamp Private Wtock Rye . . .. .. . . 4 20.) 1050
I by trotuplng. and there was J1If BRICK FLOOB.snry warranted. Write for descriptive Wilson Whiskey . :. . . . . . 4 40. 12 00
some difference In the apPl'o'rance of our nearest agency Belle of Maryland . . . . . . . 4 40. 12 ((0))
the pastured and the not pastured to have use, a cement wash in circular if your dealer cannot supply Paul Junes' Xoyr Star. ,. ... .., ,. . . ., .' 4 40. 120(1()
I plats,' the former lining covered with place| of the "and. However after two the Perfection Oil Heater or Rayo Lamp. Livingston Rye . . . . . . . 4 40. 12 (OIl()
: considerably more growth Heavy months of use Mr. Osborn found that Standard Oil Company Old Oscar Pepper ij urbon.. . . . . 4 40, 12(10(
rains fell March II and showers on the the floor Il'ttled/nlcel,, aDd It was impossible (Incorporated) Jas. Ji:. IJ..ppur] Bourbon. ,,., . . . . 4 20. 11 00,
I' 18tb. On April 13 but little difference for liofcs to uplift any of the Canadian Club-----------: j. . : . . . 4 SO. 13 Oil
could be seen In the growth ou the parts of It. The feeding troughs this Mt. Vernon Rye. . .'. . . . . . 5 00. IKK)
. fall and winter and case were laid on the foundation and Dewar'n Special Scotch . . . . .. \( 4 50 120(1!:>(
I f/ pastured, plats -- --- King William Scotch ... .. . . . . . 7 00. 18 BOJO
f, the not pastured plats and the bricked up to. However. It In our opln- Duftj's Malt Whiskey *. . . . .' 4 00! 00
.' r"' wheat In the fleld. In all these cases Ion that It would be hotter to place Canada :Mall . .. . . . . . . .,. S S 3 75. 10( IK)
'f.: the'irowth was very good. It is well the troughs on top of the floor, though Atlantic Coast Line R.R. Uootu'a Tom Uln . ..S. 10 50
t :, to bear In mal(: here that the pasturing Mr. Osborn told us that be had ..experienced Ouidou's English\ Diy' Oln ? 3 75, 10 no.

\ : :' given the Geld was lighter than usual I no difficulty In keeping jibe Geneva Holland Gin .-. . ...I I. . '. : . 4 20. 11 . I"' and at no time was the wheat damagedby troughs and earth below them sweet Plymouth Gin . '" ,1. . . . . 3 78.J 1050.
\II +" tramping and aside from the rust He tiRod this floor principally for feedIng Connects at Jacksonville with all trains of the Florida East Const Hallway, Hoonessee .. Oonnao. :.. . . . .1,' . 50. 1750
that attacked the wheat the conditions the pigs/ and bad It fenced In And for Superior Blackbeiry . ./. . . . .. . 3 00. 700
I l closed the all pointsNorth Old Apple Brandy .. . . . . . . 3 75. 1000)()
1.;. t. growth were very favorable opening so as to keep out Old Peach Brandy . . . . . . 3 75 10 OIl()
:' throughout the season. From the the, l larger bogs. He Is no well pleased Old St. Crolx Hum. . ..'. . .. . .. . .. 4 50. 13(10(
three years' trials the Indications are with this floor that he expects tornake South East and West. London Dock Jamaica Hum ... .j. . . . 4 50. 13 OIl()
.f ." that where wheat I. judiciously pastured others as soon as possible. lie advices' Gin Phosphate . . . ,', . . . 4 20. 11 (00)
In the fall and winter and the the use of the best quality of brick or Rock A nye . .:. . . . . . :3 I 00.() 700
;v key lock: removed In the spring by March that which Is commonly used for par Parlor\ Best Banana Brandy . . . . . . 320.* 1\ 00Ohas.
Through sleepers and car to Tampa and /8t. Petersburg, and 1'ull
wr a 1 the yield of; grain; will be little It lag and sees no reason why such a
\ 1 any reduced. feeding floor should' not)last Indefinite man sleeping aud, dining care to Wanblnaton, &ew York and sill! points East;

ly.-Iowa Homestead. and Pullman sleeper! to.Atlanta, at. Louts, Chicago and Intermediate points, :Surc.e-tte dz Co.
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''i rM1{ a EVAPORATED APPLES. Sanitary Ways With C.Ury. Connection to all points,

.'))1 : Various Influences That Affect Their It Is essential' that the celery ahovld "CONSULT TUB PURPLE FOLDEK. 035, 037, 630 WEST BAY STREET,

if'> Eoonemle Val"e.if. be washed In pure water" to preventthe '

," I I", There is an Increasing demand for transmission of .disease gvrms. For further Information. see your nearest railroad 'agent/ or write Jacksonville FloridIf
Any germ, such as that producing typhoid ,
I : dried apples of the highest quality
I FRANK 0. BOYLSTON, T. lA 4 Jacksonville Fla., or.EL.
' ". The tendency has sometimes been to fever which Is found In contaminated you: desire to prepay the; express charges/ on any of our goods hddl
o 1v t .I make quantity at the expense of quail. water Is readily carried to the "'Q" Fr1.'to1;, I ollowlng'' amount:

I 4,, ,I. ty. But prices are governed not only digestive system of the consumer and District Passenger Agent, Atlantlo Coast Line* 1 gallon; jug . . ., GO S gallon 'jug . .$1 Oft
( may or may not produce an attack of 2 . 78 ,
a the but also the
by supply, by grade. :
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the disease according to the strengthof 8 00 4 quarts 50
t i The cleanest! whitest fruit that la well
the to resist It. The 4 Oi 1(0( 12" 75wti
| ereon washhouse "
cored, trimmed, bleached, ringed and
Is and It. surroundings abould' be ---- ------------------ -- -
i ; dried I most in demand. Careleas- ;
kept clean and free from any decomposing 1
i ness In anyparticular Injures the, product iinesI
o'r materials Shippers and dealers Mallory

t ...1 Utilisation of Windfalls.. alike lose sight/ of the fact that the
a e o. Primarily the economic usefulness jf bdlble portion of celery la constantly I
I being exposed to the contaminatingeffects
Is It.
evaporator through
+ ,, utilization} of windfalls and the poorer of dirty wagons unolean ears SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

t grades of fruit which cannot be mart and dusty markets. Many persons

,; Ueted to good ,advantage la a fresh have discontinued the Due of celery on Largest and roost. thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast,

tato, and It Is these grades that are account of the unclean condition In -NO OVKUC' ROW DING- !i y
1 ; often which it Is served This statement
moat evaporated. But the magnitude
f of the crop also Influences Urn holds good for all vegetables that are IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY: GUARANTEED On these /

l ';.w grade'' of the evaporated product in a''' served lu the raw state, but It'Is especially hlps, aa no tickets will bl sold to exceed the number berths, C4N

I G" decided way. In seasons of abundant applicable to celery. or the seating capacity ef Dining Halls, ,,thus.Insuring all passengers Indlvldna

j crops and low prices for fresh fruit service and attention !.
' Color
I '
i 'large quantities of apples that would The of Milk.
7 4 ordinarily be barreled are evaporated .When we look at milk with' 1,goden! PASSENGERS LEAVE J..1CKONVILLE.EVERYFRIDAY.: .
saffron hue we at once* that U See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union
and the grade of stock produced la correspondingly say ( : ;
y Improved. Ou the other rich milk and generally! we are not
hand.,in years of scanty' crops when far wrong because there Is a great LOWEST HA TES TO YORK ALL POINTS: NORTH

1 all apples that can possibly be shipped deal more color In the butter fat than Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the .' : 1
i are In demand at blgn prlces onlytthe In the rest of the milk yet in many FAMOUS ISLANDS" i1 tV
t : very poorest fruit Is evaporated, as a Instances the butter fat lacks color In I .

t rule, thus lowering the grade of the a large degree and rich milk may look Through tickets sold to all northern points.( For full Information regarding/ t e4fQrIh

St output. so pale that your eye would say that t.ractlonlollered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tlokeu, etc., apply top 4
t ". h..) Comm.rolalOrading. It Is poor milk The cow makes the (

The commercial grading of evaporated color' to, order that tinges the milk, L H.IRONlfONGER, Assistant General Passenger Agent, I

, apples Is based primarily on appearance says a writer In National Stockman ..
( rather than on dessert quality,' and Farmer. The chemist calls the .
,, t and the fact that one variety may coloring matter l lactocrome, which In --- '-
make a better flavored product than plain English Is milk color but the \ Four Sailings Each Week .

s another Is not considered. As a rule chemist la not supposed to speak plain SE4.B<>.A. D

a product of high commercial grade English; otherwise we poor mortal. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and' NEW YOU!

can be made from any sort which baa might understand him The variation AIR, LINE RAILWAY.
a firm texture and bleaches to a satisfactory In color Is dependent on breed feed
I degree of whiteness. Araf season' of the year period of lactation Calling at Charleston,' S. C:> bothways)

S. riety the Northern of high Spy dessert may quality be expected, such as to cow.and the Inherent Individuality of the SAVANNAH ftoND, WASHINGTON., COLUMBIA! ,,CAMDEN BALTIMORE.SOUTHERN PHILACELPHIA PINES RALEIGH, NEW YORK., RICH- ;The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Ser:)

= make an evaporated product of correspondingly -
high flavor.-II. P, Gould. The FlrsCBaU'ef Cotton. 1 ,I Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
The seanou's first bale of cotton was Two Elegant Trains Dally '
old' In New York at 40 rents Direct Service Between
) Not-Ess.nti.ir a pound Seaboard
.... Seaboard Express. Mail .
t :
5 for the 607 pounds In the bale, beinga .
We think the conclusion may be safely Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points]
,S and Justly reached that detassellng cent a pound better than the price .. ,
realized on the cotton when It was Geld
com is not essential or .profitable Ingeneral MODERN ,PULLMAN EQUIPMENT, (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
at auction a few days ago at the Houston
field operations. Where .
t one cotton exchange. It will be sent to outbbound.t.... SEMI-WEEKLY. .... BML1.V6S I Wharf II-
desires In to cross varieties it will pay.as Liverpool. Thin first bale cf the cotton ortlibound:.:.. ::::::::;:::::::.;.:.:.:: ......'..::,::from root;; 'of'Catherine from) t Sweet wls ,JCksrr

I i a breeding plat but the corn crop of 1007 was grown near Pun, The Jamestown Exposition Line -
plant yields such
a" ; an enormous number Tex., which state ha* a number of ., ,
(" of pollen grains and these are so wide times had tho distinction of shippingthe St. Johns River Line
ly.distributed by the wind that In and season's' first cotton.-Country Gen NORFOLK, VA, _.,I'J Clyde
In breeding Is not likely to occur to an
tleman. i Excursion Tickets on hale Dally.
injurious extent In general field crops es ... BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
Andrew M. Boule 1 Virginia. Stopping at FaJMk,Astor, Benwford(Defend), and. inUna.dlaU 'landings on the
Msnurfng Raspberries. Bt.Jubo. Hirer.tenmern .
/ There Is no necessity of manuring For full Information' and sleeper reservations call on any Agent "CITY of JACKSONVILLLand: "FJIEIVIC DI HAra !
A N Watermelon.There .
I M a w new watermelon that raspberries or any other fruit every I Seaboard, or "write appointed to salt'M follows UNIT Jackeonvllledaily (xoept Saturdays, at.:30 T<.|

finds groat favor herf, and it Is called ye-ar-In fact some soils do not require 8. C. BOYLSrON, JR., Asst. Gen. Pass Agt., JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, Returning,leaf Sanford dally except Sundays. 10.00 a.m.

the Watson melon, writes 'a Georgia manuring at all and I should never .. "')nth !\cOlIU" lIortb.ii '
-- --- -- -- -- --- -'--- ---------- --- 8CHED"L' .
In Southern I manure such crops until they showed -- Real down. lead ins
grower Cultivator. These

melons to are having very the prolific flue and, In addition < n growth nl.'Not, nays It by a writer reason In of Farm decreased'and 1::: i 00p.m.30 00.: :::::::::::::::::::: :::::".aekronaliie 1'aatka.Aster) I:.<_..:::;r'i;.;::::::: : 'i e el f

qualities of rireslde. Ro( long as the growth la nut- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING teas ales ........ .,...... ..... ller..tord (1)05.500( :::.... .. .... .. Lean l a,
the Rattlesnake they are very much OFFICE 1)ue f Os s.m ....... aanfora .. lean 10 a'
letter shippers stilt. they are equal factory do not encourage an over- Due 10 90 a : ::::::::::.::::::: :.Eoteryrl e.:::::::: : :::: : :::::..'.Lea la l'

I, rgOOlI for home use. By far the growth. Night soil and hardwood Passenger d Ticket .T. Jacksonvl't '
i i ashes would make n good fertilizer a Office 122'W. Bay St..
Kivatest advantage In In their hardl. i
but they should not he mixed Headquarters
Jess They will flourUtt1 In weather !'! together l hew
RuAiNaHnR. RAYMOND, Vlos-rriwldrat and Gaoeral Mans,., Tort.'
and soil where tho glory of the old but bo applied separately. Coal aahem&1' : i ., "' .0'8..0l:8TY.0.1.: ... ,
time be safely mixed with night soil as 8CRot ae N. R..New York. llor as, > R.,.ape
k Georgia Jtattl.'Wke would be lost L. 8. d A, F. M. ItGNMONOLR. A, 1.T|
for nye. No "'lit.. not rotten ends, no( fin absorbent us it contains no potasb ;rob: Fri.rl. teeabn rx, Kla. .Iackw BTlll< FU-
curled I that would. start wasteful.. chemical! : ti.rl.g: : L.D.JOMC8T.r.A., JOIINIxNUREGLP.A.JackarurUls .
t up melons but everything action \ -I.. I h **,ae' N. R"Vie. t
smooth and )hapel,. 1 d. I' WiBLt,JarksonTtlle/Ila.

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CANAL READY IN 1914 1.000 feet which would take a ship 50 <:-
per cent larger than the LusltanU. The
Travelers Hotel
New JACK SVILLE. FLA. naval hoard has now recommended 110 fl' ,,,1)I

feet width, but this would mean an know that if have
Most they
-On American and European Plan- people
James R. Mann's Prediction Concerning additional lake or lakes to store water
Under new m.ijtemflDt: Newly fur lMbed and renovated. A t
pleasant Scoffer Emul-
been sick
for lu he season" they
family home. Rates: American 1"lao. *..00 and $4: 50; European 60cU Isthmian Waterway. use dry :
and up. All oars form Union button. stop at the door. ') .slon to bring back health and strength.


beautifully located Riverside Hotel*t Ureen Cove Springs, Is under the EMPLOYEES ARE VERY EAGER.Everybody i 1 But the' strongest point about Scott'f g'
same management. Latttt Thing 1 In Aeronautics I I. Drain
-.-- / age Caned Emulsion i* that you don't have to be Ie>

ST. AUGU8TIXU. Imbued With Spirit of In. Putting a rain spout| .u a balloon lathe sick to get results from it.
EA If>
------- -- -- -- ---- tent Energy, Say Illinois Repr newest thing In aeronautics, according ,
l.ntetlvBe-lie"( Coat Will Ex *ed to a spi>clal dloputch from St.
E.tim.t. by 50000000. Louts to the ClitiHK Inter Mean It keeps up the athletes strength, puts fat i\ I

yon BUTIDln6: French and Oerumu representatives thin makes fretful baby happy '
The Panama cnnnl will I lilt Unladed matched the EugltMh contwtHiits lu the ) on people, a 0

la the tiring of 1014 after an expenditure luteruatlonnl sere races /perform the bring color to a pale' girl's cheeks, and pr.e.0..

rel usrufFtce:aN: ii: .:f. ST. AUQUSTI\E, FLORIDA estimate of $50,000,000 of the more Isthmian than the canal origInal trick rink. CkdunluBj the other and day Cook at avenues the skating 1 vents coughs, colds and consumption.- !

,tot central loratloa In the city Ulrlclly-nrrproof.. MUly Hn. ro...,i. writ commission and the board of consult- The Englishmen. (Iriffltb llre erana,
"..rnl.hHonii. ...Ir. Op.n November to J un.. Add...*.. .. MiM.r... lug engineer. cconllut\ to Representathe Lieutenant Ura ba 1011. puluted n stripof Fool in concentrated form rcr sick and 0

_n_ __ _. _.___ ._ __ __ __. __ Janice U. Mann of Illinois who silk equal In length to the cltvuiufcreoce i well, youn and old, rich ...nd j."" or. 0
HAYTONA VIACIi. recently returned from a trip to the, of their balloon with it ineut. .y
With small\ bars of Iron they Ironed no'alconc'L
Isthmus with of tils colleague, :
a party ,
of the cemented silk Into a stiff semicircular And t contains no (Ir...fa a..d :
say a Washington! correspondent
Seaside Inn DAYTONA UEVCII FLORID. the New York Tribune. He believe shape. They set this In post' <* 'I
of the balloon. AU. DrtUOQISTOl sot, AND 11100.
lion around the middle
that the foundations! of the tiatun dam -:
The other aeronauts said they ball t
Good FUblng and,Surf Bathing} Rates: $2 M per day and up. are Mr.of!Mann rock and who entirely went to.atlllfactor the Isthmus). never seen anything like It twfore.'Brewer (lt l', :: J ..}t.), .",f) eJOtQttQt:
Also( furnUhed cottage for rent for hounekpepln, at the request of the president andtpenler told n reporter that b. and his
associate bad seen so much ralii, since
DOlt ICE F. In order to hake a special
they nrrlved In America that they -
study of the Uatun dam feature, said:
It would lx well to Install the i
--- --- "Condition la Panama arc In most
TirUSVILLK.: excellent shapo. Colonel Goethala bat rain spout They used It during the
.__ proved himself H muster wind. The big rnce. It prevents water off thO'top
organization Is almost perfect. The of the ban from dripping down Into

discipline Is good The enthusiasm of the car.
ie Sterling TIT .VII.LE, KLOIUDA. the employee In great: Every one
there seems Imbued 1 with the spit'It of TO MARKET IN AN AUTO.

Intense energy. Up to the beginning' OR LL PURFOAJE 7Ii ,
the present year the work there was Farmer Carrie Produce; ; Fifty Mile I

preparatory, but now the actual con and Saves Ten Day a V.a,..

striation work Is going on, Charles Blake: who has a big prod- '7t k II The "CHARTER"
r "A comparison with the work', ot the uce farm at Hlake'i hill near East
\ o r French company U Instructive. After Cornwall. Conn. used to reckon on Gasoline Engines
IrtJ the French had been at work three two days for the long trip from iris I

ww jenrs. In October 188S' they took out farm to Waterbury, Coun.. nnJ back Will furnish power at a trifling cost for
of what we now know ns the Culcbrn at bent u haul trip on the horses' say | li III every I'" rpol'. Nil engineer required. Every
} cut 227.000 cubic yard of dirt In October Waterbury special to the New York farmer run utlllno llm "Charter" In n downWHJS.
t 1SSO, they took out 1T2.QOO cubic World. I( Wo lime' them. In nny horse )tower
# / jnrd la October just passed we But now lllnke bus a big touring' We arc the Inrgrttt dealer Ire Florida and
can supply want nt a suvlnu( to >'ou.We ,
7 A y", t took out 820,0)10) cubic yards. The car He loads up the touneau with' jour
Nlmi aril MH!'IHC Engines Motor..BuatI '
rainfall was about the lame as In butter aud qio,'. and veKe-tubles\ he ,I' SuppReell'Ilwsll"lilings.ete.|
1S3Q. During the calendar year 1880 seats himself on a One cushion Insteadof Write for brautlful illustrated catalog;
1 pe.k the Trench took out of the Culebracut ou a hard boitrd. adjusts his goggles No. 21. I
lit, "r 4lt".Irf1t? ,. yb4'i -., i 3.037000: cubic yards, while we removed seizes the ..tl'C'rlulC'h.4I!; and

during the year ended Oct.," 31 away he eoes, speeding without a jolt -
last 7,800,000 cubic yard. hard enough to crack one of the egg FLORIDA. GAS ENGINE'AND )
"The main excavation made by the* If he wanted Blake could run ring: lie SUPPLY CO. ,
Trench wa not lu the Culebra cut, round the furuiem1' wagons he 'pasiwd.!

but.ensy work near the Caribbean. sea. The other farmers curse. him fervently TAMPA FLA. '
Conveniently located close to F. E. C. R,. depot, Ours hut been In the cut and mostly Mr. Blake calculated. that be raves ,
In the famoua'tN'DlAN RIVER! ORANGE BECTIOX. rock excavation. Mr. Randolph, ouo ten'days a' with bIll auto. Sr
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Thl boune la practically new, having! been entirely lebullt of the board of consulting engineers; n -
many more room..* added piazzas erected, and all modern conven estimated the average capacity of the Ermine en Mereelni Nag. ,
ience Installed and baa been stmni shovels at iUiOO yards a month, Not satisfied with having clad her

-COMPLETELY RE-FUKNISHED while lit October last one of our shoV'els '. favorite horses .In royal leopard skins,
Accommodations for 'twenty. Kates: $250/ a clay and up. took out 37.357 cubic yard of rock Mint Olulla Moroslnl, always on the
Special weekly and monthly' rate. and another S9.013 of rock: and earth. lookout for a new excuse for extravagance /1i The Best for thoIJPrice; on the Market.
P. G. WALTON, Propr. "1{ e saw the work at the worst time I ",
__ this winter will dazzle the fashionable .. i. .
-- of the year, and jet thorp wa a cpn'i world by bhinketlng her thoroughbreds 'J \
stant movement of.empty train from '
I In ermine, says the New AII ( Good Sold Under Oar'TeininiHl Ouftrantoe.
; ur
the dumps to the shovels and of load
York press How that
I pretty a peudy
tel Palmhurst TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.Just ed one from the shovels to the dumps. : fad will cost may be calculated ,from
The work ban now progressed to 'such
I the fact that a single ermlue lining
an extent that even the lifting of the' for a cout of an j length Is worth $2-

opened-everything brand new, Elaborately furnished. Spacious truck toward the embankment Is done 1' 000. A horse of coufne will require Charles Blum & Co.
by machinery and In short order
nur'I' more of the fur than a woman and, ,
corridors. Every room an outside one. Ventilation, plumbing and lightIng Ing the last year we have besides there aro at least a half doc- 1

perfect. 2.:>0 feet enclosed piazza. about one-seventh of' the material to I en high priced nag that ,share first
be excavated from the great; cut and I place In Miss Moroslnl' affections. Wines Liquor Beers Etc.
-CUISINE THE BEST- our full complement of machinery Is This picturesque young. woman doubt

ornamental not yet Installed."I less will go a step beyond even this
One acre of ((rounds, aurrounded by primeval palm. Jts gave special study to the Oatun newest whim and when the Seat thrill Jcvols.eoia'XT'lllb
61 7-6t9 w. Day St. : ; IPlrt.
surrounding most conducive to solace rent, and recreation. i dam, locks and spillways and brought of the ermine blanket ban passed she' ,
I home with me a large number of Ham- may be expected to deck ber high steppers
-TENNIS. POOL AND CROQUET- I pies of clay and rock which I gatheredby with golden surcingles; studded '
I the side of these works. Major 81- whit cU.roo.'..U.. ," AGENTS FOR '
I Ireasouable.
Accommodate 40. ,The Falmhurat porter meet all train, Rate very" bert who Is In charge of the Oatun )

tI. works under Colonel Qoetbals, II, like
C. HART Prop. iris chief. exhibiting great genius. Apparently Pabst Blue Ribbon Bottled 'Beer, Jung's Cincinnati

'- .. 09 move Is made without Beer Lewis 66 Sunny Brook and Mon I \ 1
--- -- --- -- thorough knowledge of the condition Making Good. 'k ,

MAN FOUD From the borings) which have been Thorn is I no of making Muring crlef Springs Whiskey. '
I- fR'krlg ; "
friend like flood; and Doctor
made with diamond drills It Is certain
Plerce'a medicine well exemplify this. \ i
that the foundation of the great locks
and thulr frltmds after more than two
U rock. dfiCad",4f, are numot-red by .
lie .Sanford House SANFORD, "There ate numerous problem In the I1 IlOplllar"y." nil-'v"'1'hey harp"marin : .********.*.*..*.**.*...*. *.*..*.***.*..******.***.*-
trood" and they not main
FLORIDA. connection with the locks and dam drunkards. \

A I which are not yet worked out but A (food, honest, agnare-dm"\(mfldlr'nn' of Long Distance Telephone- 18$.
the care with which the engineer In knowu composition In Or. Pierce'* OoUlen
Under the management, of v charge are proceeding leaves no doubt Medical o..".. It still enjoy an Im- +
mAil*' sale, while moat of tint JJr"para'tlon. A***************************************************
HARRY P. DRIVER that when fully determined the plan that have come Into prominence In yr" r
will be beyond proper criticism Toeproblem the earlier period of lu popularity have I '.

late asslttant manager,of @an Jujia Uote ,.Orl ndo. Florida. yet unsolved relate only to heard"Koni of.by the There heard'must and be are sumo never reason more for \ Will Ship YouSheridan- '
expense and not to ability to construct this long-time popularity and to

safe dam and locks bo found In its .superior: taJbon"'R : '4 quart Sunny Brook . 8'100 Club, 0 quart,, . ..f. ? H W
I "At the rate of progress already established : fir for given liver a and fair blood trial' affection for weak,stomach Its superior ,- U It It ". . . 13 00 Sheridan Club, 12 quarts---------- 8 00
DUCK SHOOTING, FISHING, / the Culebra cut can easily curative qualities soon manlfesti Bottled In Bond.I Pure North Carolina White Corn S 00
be excavated within six years It Is hence It ba survived' and quart MellwoodU 4 fiOU
> : meritoriousarticles : : : : : : : : Black and Blue Corn 4 ;3 00
MOTOR and, FISHING BOATd: at tine* probable that by tile spring of 1911 ular favor, whllnscore (of less 1 : : : 00 quarts '
aly : they can tarn water Into( the new Oa I rre1vt'ld:: ) flashed Into favor Battled In Bunch Harvest Corn 4 quart, .' . 3 CO
tATES: $:t.00 and up.' Special l weekly and monthly I tun lake. That will enable them toexcavate for forgotten.For( a ana then been a*soon 4 quart Ouckenbelmer. .. . A 00 Laurel Valley Corn 4 quart 3 60/
12" . . 12 75
Imported Whiskies, !Brandies
: a considerable section of the a torpid liver with IU attendant
", Government Bottling. Gin Port and Sherries delivered in 4bottles
Indigestion, I ,
canal by dredging. There 1 II no rea : y toulubreath: per.haps'dlzzlneas. 4 Moncrlef Spring ,, 4 00 I
--- --- -- -- nasty coated quarts a* follows
,son to doubt unless some Improbable tongue, with bitter taste Ion of appetite, 14: 1.. . It 00 4 bottle Club Blend Scotch. Whiskey
NEW YOKK. pestilence should seize the Isthmus, after eating I nervousness Also Bottled In Bond. delivered for *.. 'S 00
that the canal 'will be finished and and debility' J rdeal 1' no good a* Dr. 4 Five Old Crow. . . GOO.4 bottle MuriUll Frere 3 btar
ready for test within seven year and an Pierce1 honnst.Golden M+ medicine Discovery.. with It's all 4 Five Hermitage, ? . B 00 Coffnao . . . . 0 00 I
btel probably even sooner IM Ingredient square-deal; printed on bottlewrapperno Both Old Goods sad Bottled In Hood. 4 bottles of Don Carlo Sherry. 4 CO
JIarlborough\ "The original estimate for finishing secret, no hocus-pocus humbug Remember. ) all above Whiskey are 4 bottles Nlerport Port. . . 4 00
therefore do,,', thaithe bottled In bond under Government' '
) mbitUiite
the canal was SH ,OOO.OOO, but,It will nrcttit a 4 bottles 11111 ifc; Underwood Dry
dealer,may possibly make little tiggnr supervision or Tom tiln . 4 60
Broadway, 36tli and 37th Street, New York be necessary to modify In many respects profit. Insist on your right. to have 4 bottles Sir Uobert Durnett, .'. 5 00(
Completely I Renovated and transformed In emery depattment. Moat oen- the suggested plans of the original what you call for.DonM VINE BLENDED WUI KI 'j BLewi bottles Crytallzed Rocs & Rye

rally located botel on Broad.I,. ELECTRIC LIGHTS. and TELEPHONEu commission and board In order to tion efpwtlnn buy Or.U Pierce'to prove PavorltePrescrlp.a "eure-all.' U 60, 4 quarts. . . 95 00 or Peach and Honey . .-. 3 50 e
evtrv room In the bOil'" Insure greater safety of construction. Is only advlfMxl! for woman's iptcinl alb Hunter 4 quart, .', . . A 00 Orders
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath. rooms. Rate.: $1.60 and up- This will add considerably' to the expense menu.' It makes weak women strong. and Harper, 4 quart, . . B 00 BULK WHISKlEB-Jug ','
aId without.. ba h. f:and upward with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath. $3od : While we have expended enormous sick' women well. Less advertised than Echo Spring, 4 quart . . o 00 I'er Gallon
upward.- Parlor, two bedroom. and bath $.1 and upward. sum, of money and In some lu some sterling'preparations curative. sold virtue for like till purposes maintain, Cascade Tennessee, 4 quart. . B 00 Bonny Brook 0 years old . f. J 00
8WEEXEY-TIERNEY DOTIL COMPANY, Blum's Monogram, 4 blend or Gibson Pure Rye '. 400Lewis
rases extravagantly upon sanitationand lu position In the front rank, where It qta '
.' bottled I In bond CO, Blend : : : :.: : : : : 4 60
E. M. TIERNEY Manager buildings, and, wOlle we are payIng stood over two decade ago A* an invigorating .
excessive: salaries, the unit cost brie and strengthening{ new 4 quart . . . . 4 20 White Mill Bourbon ,,. . 3 00
.- -- -V yet Inn It I is unequaled. It won a. satisfy those 12 quart* Monogram . . U; 00lilnrn' Indian Hill 100 proof. . . 2 60
:1L of the work U probably' a little less hlc't:; r I booze," for there I I. not a drop Sylvan Glen, 4 quart, II 20 Land of Flowers Blend . 3 (00) t
.L I3Y CO..: At"lnutn.: G'n. than the estimate of the board of consulting of Dr. In It. Ilium's Sylvan Glen, 0 quart, 4 60 Green Briar Tennessee*, . 3 00 1
engineers. 'It Is probably safeto Pkrce's Pleasant Pellet, the ortat- Half ,'. 3 60
41 South Forsytb Stieet. not Little Liver Pills, the Ilium's Sylvan Gleu, 8 'quarts 8 40 McUuffle .*
although Unit
estimate the total cost at about pill' of their kind in the market still lead, Blum's Sylvan Oleo, 1J quart U (;OBberldan Canadian White Rye . . .. ''S 6O .
MACHINERY OX EARTH 1300,000.000.:! In addition to the $30,000; and when once tried are ever afterwards Hub 4 (quart :; 3 7ft.We Fleetwood Rye . . "2 OO
BEST OlIO paid to the Panama republic and In favor. Easy to tab a* candy-one to
FOil SAW MILL MEN the French Canal company. These estlmBtes three dues Much imiutted but never -

Our'Portable Saw Mill Outfit are may be Increased If It becomesthe tqualtil., 3 Send for our Price List EE ;

Money Surer.. policy further to widen and lengthen
the locks. r.- Do you want to buy some pineapple i it., It
Complete line.Portable'and StationaryKngioea land In Luele and Dade >
and boiler. Wire Cable Feed '. Tbe consulting board provided lock
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counties f I live some to dispose --- - -
Saw Mill and Wood Working Machinery 03 feet In width and 000 feet In length.It .
carried In atoek. is estimated that ship 26 per cent! of at a sacrifice. \ have no time -. \ % :

Let u* know your wants( we can up. larger than the Lusltanta could go to. look after It. Address, Cha*. THE ADVOCATE JOB 1'RINTINO OKU. K: I OK l '- 'WOKKr

fly. yon. Write for catalogue. Unrougti.tbemu.We.bav0 ..lread%_ >f(- n. Walton Tltuavllle 1+1*.

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J F. E. C. RAILWAY. J3ANQUET.. John R. Walker &
: 4 WRITE FOE OUR | banquet Co
Tbere wa an Installation and
( i In Effect January ,II.. at 'Masonlo ball, Tltusvllle, this ,

Over 100 PagesIGLUETMATINq The ADVOOATK Is In receipt of a new Friday evening, when the following .
: time table of the Florida East Coast officers were Installed for the ensiling .e

i iI. Railway. It.IIIo/ Into effect on Tue.. year:
t day next, January 7tb, aDd on tbe same P. W. Roberta Worshipful Master *OARBIE A FULL LINE OF

DIAMONDS i day the tourist train service, from the Oscar A. Stewart, Senior\ Warden.

I. East and West will be Inaugurated, as Harry Wilson, Junior Warden. e Clotlb.lani.gv :Cry; Goods
1 published In last week's ADVOCATE. B. R. Wilson, Treasurer.Jno. ,

WA'fCnES :: This season magnificent palace trains R. Walker, Secretary Notices, Millinery, (Shoe*, Gents' Furnishings, Etc. We represent twai 0'
will bring tourist from tbe Frozen Frank Saras, Senior Deacon largest and best Tailor-Made Clothing House In America

JE"EI.RY j North to Sunny Florid., TJbd below will Tho. L. Same, Junior Deacon

be found the times of arrival and departure Cha II..Walton, Senior Steward. F1.:1. t'\lre.

of tralo from Jacksonville, J, W. Fralser,Junior Steward .,
\ 1 y CUT OJ.AS'i: Tltusvllle and Miami: J, D, Entrls, Tyler _
House FurnltursXof
and Office all Kindt and Description.
SOUTHBOUND! 31. S. SamlChaplalo.

STERLING SILVERWARE No. 20-Leaves Jacksonville at 7 a.m", During the evening, Mr. John U, .

I arriving at Tltusvllle at 1 12 pro.,.,and Same ex-Superintendent of public Instruction :23ardware: .,
r ,.
; Miami at 10:10: pt m. for Brevard county, was Initiated -
p No. 33-Ex press, dally\ -Miami and into the mysteries the'entered.pprentioedegreeInFreemasonry. A Fall Line of Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Ship Chandlery, Huotert SUN

fit. PLATED WARE. Nassau special-Leave* Jacksonville at With Everything nettled by the Fisherman.

10 ,a. m, arriving at Tltusvllle at :3 :17 the .assistance Dr. John M. DIxon and ,

I NO. lsaa SII.YER-MOUNTED PIN CUH! JON 4VCTHOLIDAY '. p, m. and Miami at 10:25 p. m. Mr Chas U. Walton Mr. Sara bad a : Groceries: : ,

-- No. 00-dally- 'alm Bench and Mlamf -. preliminary practice on the lodge goat ,

Limited-Leaves Jacksonville\ at 8. before entering the lodge; room, and he A Full and Complete tock of Staple and Fancy Groceries

NOVELTIES p. m., arrive at Tltusvllle at 1.10: a. m, came out the winner. ....

I- aDd Miami at 10:15 a. m. A nicely gotten,up banquet followed ./

2, NORTHBOUND.No. at tbe Myers eottage, which was don Send your order and hare all your needa filled at onoe. A trial will

78-Local, dally-Leaves Miami ample justice to by all who attended. vlnce yon o'f tbe great'saving both In money and trouble, made by orderly j

; ENGRAVING ritE!!:. GOODS SHIPPED( PREPAID. at 4:::10 a..m, arrive at Tltusvllle at 1.12: your 'merchandise from THE DEPARTMENT,STORE.
p. m, and Jacksonville at 7:30: p. m. i
4. ,; Mall Order Receive Careful and Prompt Attention. ATTEMPJED MURDER.
t I No f4-Express, dally-Miami and i.++*****+.*.**.*+.*.*.*.+*..+.*...+...N..++..NI
Nassau .
About six: o'clock, last Saturday evening i II O UTLIV,Oenerst MaDacor. Da. B R. BLAKrwooD.ReKlttere; Druggh\
t & a.m., arriving at Tltusvllle at 2:13 and at the sav/mlll village, two negroes
Jacksonville at 7:16 m.
had a few word, when one of them,
i No. 03-Dally Palm Beach and Miami ,Tom William, pulled out hU revolver TITUSYILLE
lr' Limited-Leaves Miami at 6 m, arrlv-
and shot Van Moodey the stomach
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a i t log at Tltusvllle at 2:30 a. tn. and Jacksonville the 'ball passing' around to his back, ,,

..........................._...._......................... at 8:30: a. m. where it lodged. After tbe shooting, I '
i 1i.l "" "" "" ""----------- -- -- -- -- -- ---- -- (Successors to "the Red Cross Pharmacy.)
.. William escaped, but on Sunday morn- '
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: I \' camp by Capt. Wilson, who \
Captain William Francll Armstrong, brryrgbt the piUoner Into Tltusvllle, --A. Complete, Stock of- '
( .) Device to Runes Paengr Wrf ked father of Mrs L. Frltc Jatne Illndry, where be w Ml remain until his trial before

PAID UP CAPITAL $25,00000:. In Mldoo..",.y orrperly of Palm Beach but now of St. Judge M S. Jones PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
I Equipped with the first life saving
: Thli company owns cableway ever used on a ship; a reve- Augustine, passed away suddenly Monday Tbe Injured negro was Immediately .
nue cutter' now uuder construction at night at the Rectory, corner of St. attended to by Dn H. G. Utley, and II XMTPrescrlpttons Filled with be x v

?' /" 3L ::A. :IN"3D:: S, Wilmington Del. will\ go to the Pacific George' and Bridge streets. While be getting along a* nicely as can be ex. Utmost Care and Promptitude''

the Indian Klvoi Country J On the St. coast In the spring prepared lad been In falling health for some time petted under the circumstances
r \ assist passengers of wrecked vessels, I his death Came as a shook: to his friend.
Lnole River; at New River and on Bay WE WANT YOUR TRADE, GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER
t In a novel way, says the Ne? York lie was senior ,commander' of Chat-
s Blsoayne. Prloea to suit tbe Herald Spencer Miller of New York field Post No. 11 G. A. R. and the mem .04tIN NNNN.NNN.*W.4............++.... .... *
, x e bend:! for Land LUt. whose cableway device"1 for coaling ben of the Post acted as honorary tbe In
of ha been say hunting neigh
Offices atTltusvlMe' and Miami. Fiji. hips the United war at States sea *and other approvedby governments >all.bearers. Tbe funeral was held from borhood of Tltusvllle has been excellent: D. II. SPELL. DR. J. C. SPELL, RegUred Pbarmu

Is tbe inventor of the new Trinity Episcopal'oburch on Tuesdayafternoon the past few weeks, and plenty of duck

" life saving device. at three o'otock/t and the quail, squirrel, wild tnrkey, deer, etc., :Banner Store.
1 MarketG. the : ;Drug
Coast Meat
Mr Millers Invention Is of the same interment took place at military have been brought Into town.

5. principle as tbe hawser end the cemetery on Marine street,' 8t ,Augur Messrs. J. M. Onbaa and Bert hell :TITUSVJLLE FLORIDA
} 1". DUREN, Agent. breeches buoy used by the coast life tine. '
went quail' and
shooting on Monday, returned
seven, but It differs In that It can be with 38 quail. Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Stationery, Et
t-: used by a rescuing vessel to aid a disabled MR. HALL WITHDRAWS.
c:>> Messri. W. II. Jones and J. M. Osban
Po>> or foundering ship even In mid.
-. went after quail a few days ago, and returned SODA '1ATERS\ and ICE CREAM.
Q.oPo ocean. A small line 1* shot to tbe distressed Tltusvllle, Fla., Jan:, lit, 100S
.. >> hlp'ond fastened at tbe mast to rjtusvllle with 40 birds-tbe
,3 ap. aks w s:>> bead. On the steamship bearing the To the Good People of Brevard County limit allowed by law,
ie e. y'a controlling end of t e .cables ay there On account of my age, I feel tilt the Mr. Edgar A. Freeman, a very enthuslastlo .PURE FRESH DRUGS.,
Is a steam reel, Installed below docks, responsibility of the Tax Collector's hunter, will arrive In Titusvlll
=ag which under every' conceivable condition -, office, Is too mach for me to assume for to-day, from Philadelphia Mr. Freeman Mall orders r-rprnptly filled Will order anything have not In StockPAPERHANGING

d nK ; maintains a constant tension ,on another term; therefore 1 will not be a Is an expert"at bringing down the
the cableway, or hawser
{ re-election. hive been
= candidate or I
Ky eey One of the trite required by tbe officials game.
I b of the revenue cutter service Is Tax Collector of Brevard County since Dr. J. S, Daniel who spent eleven =x Pairitii: :: X

t .; TITUSVILLE, II FLORIDA that the reel will automatically care 1886. and I feel very grqatfut to the days (in the woods with a party of ;; ;;;;
et for I"000 feet of line running In either people for this honor and their confidence. friends bunting, returned to Tltusvllle

direction should tbe ships suddenly I wish again to thank you earn- on Tuesday, and reports having had excellent KALE QfINING, VARNISHING, STAINING, FINISH

1 FizUW ziziz it move to or from each other. The tests eaU, for your kind treatment. sport. Tbe bunting party had ,SIGN PAINTING OP: ALL KINDS, ETC.

of the apparatus are soon to take placeat I make this announcement, so the all tbe venison wild turkey, quail duck Old Furniture made. to look: like Dew Mirrors Made and Re-Silvered.
the Lldgcrwood testing works in people will have time to select some one and squirrel they could eat. .
-Reasonable Rates---
WANTED I IEveryone Newark else for the place; .
Yours truly,
).. i : to know that we (hip, \ ,1 Sbop In Scrlmgeour Building
.", out on tli. nixtrain all order ohn.idr Reports King Stock Company showed to .
f\ Professor. $ That the CAPTURED TITUSVILLE, .- F).ORIDA.
for Whlnklm, Wines, Beer and DEER. house
Field I I. a* Rich a. Klmberl.y. a large evenlre! atthe.Auditorium
1'\1 j Malt, and that we Mil better .,
The diamond field discovered In Pike presented tlfy three-act
i' goods for Imi than
!other home In money florid or .any|M. county, Ark. Is rich, according to the Our Georgians correspondent writes faroe-oomedy, "Blundering Billy,-or the TX-ruS'VXLLm: Tarp: : Y STA..DL
report of Professor u* of a deer capture as follows,* Man from tbe Golden In
where. If you want prompt and Philip Schneider West a very ,
f. careful attention try the old e>- geologist of the Syracuse (N. YJ university The owner of the former Ronald placeat creditable manner. The people laughed; '
\ Ubll.bed lioune tJIt1' who was employed by the Lotus wa coming up tbo river In hi* u they. 'never laughed: before and none! FEED AND SALE iP feMsB SADDLE HORS

tate deportment of agriculture to launch a few day ago, and tae a large left the tbat their time bad ,
,: place feeling ..STADLES... BUGGIES,
;, IHANHEBROS. make itn Investigation, nays a Little buck deer swimming the river. Ile immediately been ill )

'lf' a Stock (Ark.,) special dispatch to the New gave chase, and succeeded In The King spent people are above the average -'I BAGGAGE i SURRI
York _
gyp KiUbltahed nearly 20 yearn, Times born
around the deer's
getting a rope r
of actors and have the best <
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA In his rcport'whfch he recently filed TRANSFER, and TURNOUT
and towed It to Cocoa Unfortunately
with Guy II Tucker, the state agricultural stock: company which has appeared In f
't' 1 AA 1IIIiziIInwA1 commissioner, he Kays that while the buck drowned ,before reaching Co St. Petersburg In some month*.-St. HAULING ETC .all llnd...

much of the land which he Inspected coa. Petersburg Time.
Is worthless, a few acres comprising J'. :3VC: :. C jstonxx
what are known'as tbe Iluddleston and CHURCH NOTICES.Rev I '- TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robblnl' Law Office- FIORTITUSVILLE
West End Wood for Sale.
Money places, are rich producers of .
genuine diamonds Wm. Stone will preach on Sunday -
t f> ," EAU QALLIE, FLA. Ho report that tbe surface Indloa-- next at LaGrange at 11 a. m., and at pine or oak, any length. Also plowIng \7V.: :8:. 1?ARKER: ;
S. C' Hodgson, M, D., R. P., tlous are that this territory will lltusvllle at 7
i, ; Proprietor. tbe famous Kimberley diamond fields p. m. W, Jamison, TltusvlUe, Fla.WALTON FLORIDA..

?. 21 i )1/ Corner of Young and Houston Street In South Africa The dirt be reports Rev. F. P. MoCall, the, new minister Tin: emd: JSlioot: : Iron "'V"orkor,

''t' .. resembles In every respect the soil In 00 the Tttusvtlle circuit, will hold ser SELF-LOC UKG BLOCKSare TANKS OP ALL KINDS HADE TO ORDER,
v Complete Stock of Drags and Drult llt'l and around the Kimberley diamond vices In the Methodist church .
at Tltus- for sale the Atlantic IB'
..by Supply GALVANIZED
r \ Sundries, Cigars, Stationery, Perfumery tracts In South AfricaThere HOOFING-TIN AND
.'", I lollel Article, can be no doubt," he adds yule\ next Sunday at 11 a.m., and at Co t East Bay street, Jacksonville, BOAT PUMPS AND TANKS A SPECIALTY,
Souvenir Card Cocoa In the evening at 7 o'clock.
,r Candles Eto "that genuine diamonds have been obtained Fla. Dealers In BICYCLES: AND BICYCLE SUNDRI
from th, Iluddleston tract In There will be the I usual Sunday ser- -G-on.ora.1 ELopa.J.r: "''OO"or.l-

I Prescriptions Carefully Compounded, this state'. Ice, InSt I Gabriels church, Tltusvllle, Counter .Fol' Sale.A t -rEJ. -

at 7.30: nuSunday
> p.
; SUN RIVALING CLOCK. School every Sunday afternoon long, store counter for sale at a : L. ,:ee :c &; :eeO.:

; at 2:30. bargain Good opportunity for .anyoneIn .
Bros. .
Hodgson Doe Not Vary More Than Fifteen Onethodandth need of a counter. .. AND AND
+ ; of r ft Second.A Dr. J. B Hawk will\ preach st City Call at ADVOCATE office GROCERIES, GRAIN HAY, ALL FOOD PRODOCWe
TAU: GALLIC:, INDIAN RIVER, FLA 1>otnt Sunday Jan. 6th
on. at 10.30 a.
clock has Titusvtlle Fla.
r recently been Installed Handle PRODUCE of all kinds We are agents for MAPES FERTILI
Marine Railway. In,the observatory of tbe Case Schoolof m. This will\ be..the last service for 'We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all cowers

tho oral Merchant and fclilp Chandler Applied BtletKe at Cleveland, 0., City; point before the annual conference, .Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.
,' I .Special Facilities, ,which Is so nearly\ perfect that It has which open Jan..1rd.lo Jacksonville ..................+......* i E. L. BRADY BRO.. TITUSVILLE fLA.I .

attracted the attention of Jhe Smithsonian I
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I .
i for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Institution at Washington, ears i I
r t Yacht and Launohel.t the New York Times Tests ha>e proved NEW YEAh'S DAY. I The l DtTo-velt7- Store.:
that tbe mechanism Is no accurate that '
I It. i Mention the ADVOOATB when writing, the clock will notary more than fifteen New Year's Day passed oft quietly. InTltusvllle. OF' Stationery, Books, Notions, Fancy Dishes, Candy... Toys,. Etc Re. and I Iii
one-thoitsnndth of a second from COPY THIS PAPER Counters.
.. ; Dade County Laud for Sale. the exact time In t\veuty-four hours:. and everybody worked. All TO1LET iI
h. -UOLID.lY
This Is considered to be nearly our: were open as usual. Tbe day
For sale,cheap, the northeast quarter as Three door south of J. R. Walker's Dry Goods Store.
steady and was very warm-80 degree In tbe shade
a* the sun Itself YOU KNOW i
Si' ) of southeast quarter of section 3. township I. M DODSON TITUSVILLE, '
The will There were tine turkey' dinners ned it ,
flock measure the minutest _
38, south Of
range 41 east; close toM .
O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on fraction of a second" Its only rival Inaccuracy the Sterling, Palroburst and Myr Cottage WEOULDJKE, YOU TO* -- -- _--- .. -... ..._'- -
St Lucle River;40 acres. Is aakl to be a similar timepiece to which all did ample Jmtloe. BECOME A SUBSCRIBER
t ,, Also the northeast quarter nortn In Berlin. For protection It II There were a few egg nogg parties In I I INDIAN RIVER ;ICE FACTORY.
1.'t ( east quarter of section 18, 38 surrounded by a ,
township glass jar In which; lea .
own: as well a* a dance In the ,
:;- south of range 41 east; on sontbfork oiSt partial vacuum The one Opera, ... I TITUSVILLE, FLA.
'' Luole River, 40 aero. Apply to I instrument louse New Tear's Eve *prepared to furnish Ice In *
; by electricity! and the Is i I any quantity-;Sacked or loose. Special
1'1' CHAS. II. WALTOJT, used almost A few pleasant little tea parties were i ,
e exclusively In aatronom I paid lacking for Yacht or for family use. Fair dealing my motto.
1 I Tltusvllle Fla. leal observations, also In order this week. NNNNN NNLNN.N.N T.. T. WETMORE: Proprietor,.




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