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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 15. NO. 18. TITUSVILr/E, FLORIDA FRIDAY Y, NOVEMBER: IB 1OO-A. PRICE 56.LOCAL ,
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NEWS -Capt. N. N. Penney, of Nathan, was Clothing, Hats, Etc. --Mr. W. G. Paterson, a prominent re: HUNTING ON EAST COAST, AMONG THE HOTELS.The .

In town Tuesday and Wednesday sldent of,Cocoa, was In town yesterday i

And Topics of General Interest. We want to draw yr attention to the Hunter In and around Tltusvllle are
[ Mrs. II. W. Reynolds left here, yes -One week' advt. In the ADVOCATE ADVOOATB Is on file at all the
fact that we have In- stock some of the, still meeting with much success fa bagging
terday; for DeLand, on a short visit to rented Capt. J. O. Walton' residence In best hotels In New York city.
I finest up-to-date Overcoats In the county quail and duck, and the tables of
THE ADVOCATE, Mrs. D. Gaulden. South Titusvllfe.Dr. ,
i ranging from $8.00 to $13.00. These many of our townspeople seem, to 'be Where to stop along the East Coast.: s

} $1.50 1.00 per" six annum month.In advances'. GENTS' FURNISHINGS Overcoats positively could not be made Geo. W. Holmes, of City Point, well supplied with them. See list of hotels and boarding houses) I

I $2.00 per an. to foreign countries.I Largest, Best and Most Up to-dat For double' the amount, and we want has been' attending the South Florida Messrs.A. II. O'Neal and D. B. Prlloh- on let and 7th. page !

I Line In town to select from. you to call and examine them. Fair, at Tampa, this week. ard returned to Tltusvllle the first ol Take note of the .ad. of Kenllworth ']1'
notice ads. ten cent
I per K8T line Reading on this page are John R. Walker & Co.; Tltuiville.Mr. As to Clothing' you need not send GO CARTS tbe week, with about :20.! quail. Inn, Blltmore, N C,4on our 4th page

and M.... Geo. B. Hall and little away for anything in that line, when we A New Line to select from, at Monday morning, Dr. E. E. Sample I This I I. one of the finest hotel In North

I i When you tbe ubscrlbe It does for not the cost ADVO- daughter, who have been visiting Mr. keep the most fashionable and up-to- J. R. Walker & Co.'s, Tltusvllle. and Dr. W. S:: Vincent of lluntlngton, Carolina, and Is managed by Mr. Edgar

I OATH three cents by per year week, postage Included.Mr. you. and Mrs. E. W. Hall, of Tltusvllle, the date class of goods on the East Coast of -Mrs, C. S. Schuyler: and Miss Mabel West Virginia; and Dr. E. E. Rollins, B. Moore. t i

'former' parents, left for their home at Florida. The worldwide reputation of Sohnyter of Jensen who have been of Tltusvllle, returned to the Sembler 6
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The Breakers Palm Beach
of In managed
:M. S. Jones, Quay was these goods, made by the celebrated Cottage with 18 ducks.
Sebastian on Sunday.Mr. relatives and friends la
I town a'day: or no this week. clothing firm of Klrschbanm, speaks for visiting Syracuseand Henry Futch went after duck on Mon by Mr. Fred Stony; with Mr. Leland1Starry

I -We call the attention of our readers and Mrs. II. Whiting, who have telf. We have the goods, and we want Geneva, N. Yn passed home.through hereon day and Tuesday mornings, and brought assistant manager, will open on '
route
been spending the summer at Portland. Wednesday, en Saturday, December 2ltu, one day before
I to the display ad., of Wm. R. Walker, iron to see them. 02 duck back to Titusvllle. -
I on our 8ch page. N. Y., and various other places, passed A* for Hats, why -we keep those ':"Dr. E. E. Sample, Dr. W. S. Vln. af. L. )Peacock, of Main street, Tltutvllle Christmas. .

i through here lust Friday, en route to celebrated makes known the world over cent and Mr W. M. Prlndle, three crack went after duck on Tuesday, and Mr. W. W. Palmer, of the firm of

| -On account of the pressure on our their home at Melbourne lieach. a* the "Stetson" and "JCnox. We have shots, left here' Wednesday for Tampa, returned with 4J: ducks Palmer: McDowell, proprietor of the

I apace, this week, we are compelled to THE CURIO STORE AT ROCKI.DEGE them In Perbys and Soft hats; In brown to attend the South Florida Fair. They Dr. E. E. Rollins bugged 11 quail on Magnolia hotel, St. Augustine, and his

I omit most of our editorial matter. will open, as usual, the first week In i and black. will return to Tltusvllle In a few days. i Wednesday morning; and Messrs. J. D.Duwllng son, Mr. W. I.. Palmer, have arrived for

I There will be a grand social at the December, They will show a full assortment I Remember we have one of the biggest -Take note of the E: O. Painter Fertilizer of Ozrtrs, AJa.;.and L. O. Bran- the season. The Magnolia I Is, one of St.

I palatial home of Captain P. Kelson, in of the latest holiday goods, stocks' of Clothing, Dry Goods, Hats, Co. ad., on our 4th page. Painter\ log, of TUusvIHe, returned the sumo day Augustine's first-class hotels t

i South Tltnsvllle, this (Friday) evening. selected while In New York. 12-2 3hoes, Etc", In this county A; Co's. Simon'Pure Fertilizers are get. with :-til: quail. W* understand tbat Hotel Alcazar St.

I FURNISHED. HOUSE TO RENT In TI- -Mr. Cha. A. Merrltt former well' Mall orders promptly attended to, ting quite a good reputation throughoutthe Augustine, which has been so ably man- .
Jur.ius KLINB:, State hence the Increased demandfor -Mrs. I1. E. Smith, of Montclair) N.
1 tnsvtlle. Apply to Geo. M. Robbing, known hotel manager In Jacksonville, aged fur many years' by Mr. Jo. P.
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Fla. J. will leave to for her winter
Tltusvllle
day,
I Tltusvllle Fla. been same. Greaves will not this until
iaa joined by Mrs. Merritt. 'aud open year
borne and Itooktedge.Mrs. .
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.. A. J. Holmes-and J., M. daughters, the Misses Emma and Stella, -Mrs. M. S. Jones, Jr., of Quay, has : HAVE YOU SEEN THE Catalogue. of orange grove December 10th. We have received
of Fort Drum have been In who arrived from New York on Mon the Improved Smalley M arlne Engine\?>> M. P. Robbins, who has beenIn several letter from Northern parties
Morgan, been In town a couple of day this
I town' all this week, attending County day. They are located at the St. Johns we or so If not, send for one to I. E, liostrom, St. Augustine for several weeks, will who are anxious to learn when the Aloatar .,

Court. hotel, Charleston, S. C. k.Mr. Ormond, Fla. 10-7 probably return to Tltusvllle on Sunday. will open.
/ and Mrs. John C. Jones who
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I -The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. -Mr. John Edwards, of Boston, who occupied Capt. J. O. Walton' furnished -Mr. Casper Minis, who has been connected LENOX The Tampa Bay Hotel, Tampa, FlaH

I Carruthers, of Tltusvllle, was made hap. came up from Eau Gallie with Dr. Chas. cottage In South Tltusvllle for the past with the Miami Ice Work for The bent Child's Shoe made. All for the first time In its history, Is now.

E py on Wednesday, by the arrival of a G. Weld' joozy houseboat, Mallard, six weeki, have returned to their home several months, was compelled to give size and all last*. Ask to see them. open throughout 'the winter and summer

I daughter.SEE cave this office a pleasant call last Fri. near Quay. up his position In the Magic City, on John R. Walker: Co., tusvllle, under the management of Mr

day afternoon, accompanied by Justice account of sloknes, and returned to TI. -Mrs. E. J. Burns, of Canaveralha* Thomas J. L. Brown The summer .
[ THE HOLIDAY B A R G A IN -Mrs. Geo. N. Hatch and bright little business exceeded and
of the Peace L. Myers, and Capt. Henry tusvilte on Monday, accompanied by his been spending the past week with her expectation
I counter at the Rockledge Curio Store. Heneke. The Mallard left for Canaveral daughter, who had been to Fort Christmas mother. friend Mrs. Oeo. W. Boob, In Tltus arrangement are being made to accommodate -
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I All the latest Christmas novelties dl. Club grounds on Saturday. Orlando and Oveldo, stopped over I a greater number of winter
I root from New York at the right price. here a short while? Wednesday, en routeto -We want our hundreds of' East rule tourist during the coming season than

-The friends of Mra. John C. -Mr.. C. A. Willard and little daughter Rockledgo. Mr. Hatch bas bought a Coast readers to pay particular attentionto -Mr. J..... Z. Mutlow, after an enjoyable ever before. J
many of Cutler, arrived In Tltusvllle, the advts. published In the ADVOOATBoolums. to Texas and Tennessee I I.
I Manuela place( at Fort Christmas, where be and trip ,
and little daughter were
Jones Thursday last, and spent several days All those merchants who areadvertising The ADVOOATB ha been Informedthat
his Tltusvllle
his family will reside. again at home-looking as
1 pleased to see them out on Monday trade the Indian Klver Hotel at Rock
with Mr. E. W. Hall. Mi's. Willard has are bidding for your and
jovial a*
strong ever.
I the first time since the arrival of little returned from a visit with relatives at -Mr. .E. M. Goodall, one of Maine's and are anxious to get It. Before purchasing edge, Fla., has been leased to the Alpha

I Bloxham Jones._ Seabreeze and Jacksonville, and left, lamest and most wealthy plush manufacturers what you need, look through -Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Waddell and Hotel Company, proprietors of the Kl-

I -Mr. J. J. White of Rockledge who Monday, for Cocoa, where she will spend showed his genial countenance the ADVOOATB columns. No matter bright: little daughter, who have been boron Hotel- Elueron, N. J. The Indan -

I advertised one of his 'cottages for rent several weeks before returning to her In town on Tuesday to get his fine auxiliary what you want, watch our columns before spending several months In the East and River ,Hotel like the Elberon, will

I In last week's ADVOCATE, writes us to home at Cutler. launch Nemo, In readiness for a buying West, passed through Tltusvllle onJitturday be under the management Joseph V.

| the ad. as the cottage Is winter cruise Jr. Goodall has been en route to their home In Miami : Jordan, for the last fifteen year' at the
discontinue DR. J. E. MILLER THE DENTIST AT TIlE ROCKLEDUJ!: CURIO STORE
1 Nothing like advertising If spending a week or so with his parents Elberon Hotel, and In winter at the St.
rented.
left for Florida will find the latest Christmas
Chicago*
on Tuesday
you
at Goodall, near Daytona. Hotel and Hotel Webster New
I to rent sell buy or exchange. W. I. Metoalf prominent Maro ,
you want and will soon be on Indian River to attend good Including out-glass novelties, -Attorney a
of the bar whose residence I.I York City. The sum of t2 ,OOO will be
THE NOVELTY member
I who STORE Tltusvllle Mexican drawn tbe newest designs ,
-Mr. r... C. Moore, of Roseland to any kind of work In his line. work -
In the the hotel.
D has been spending several months In First-class workmanship. carries; a nice line of novelties, stationery In ladles pocket books and card 10 West Palm Beach, was among, the expended Improving

I Chicago, looking after his ..extenllvebuslne.s pictures, fancy dishes, candles oases 13-1: pleasant caller at' thiN olHoe of Tuesday Tbe following hotels and boardinghouses
I Interests stopped over In Tltusvllle -Owing to heavy pressure of law toys, etc. 6 and 10 cent counters. [1.12 He was attending to law matteraIn are open and ready to receive
business, Mr. Geo. M. Robbins has had -Capt. Herman Fischer, a property Tltusvllle.
guests, as will be seen by tbe displayads.
| from Sunday until Monday onE to forego the pleasure of a trip to the -Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hardee who owner and former popular resident of

his way home, where his wife preceded World's Fair, which be and Mrs. RobbIns have been spending several months In Tltu vlJJe, who has been In command ofa -Read the new ad. of Greenleaf A on our 7th page:

I him a fortnight ago. Intended taking this< month. Mrs.. Hendersonvllle and Ashevlllo, N. C., steamer on the West Coast for several Crosby, dealer In diamonds, watches, J AOKIIO "ILt.lI.

i -Mr. H. D. Mace,' of Wllllamsbrldge, Robbins,' however, will go to Washing were passengers for Jensen on Monday, year., was In town the first of the week, eto., on our 8th page Nothing like Windsor hotel.
R. and said that when they left North Car- hands with his old- advertising, If you want to draw buel.oe. Duval hotel.
N Y..a member of the firm of John ton, Ga., to visit her sister, Mrs. An. shaking numerous
I Walker A Co., Tltnsvllle, arrived In town thony, for a while. Her many friendsare Una the mountains were covered with time friend. Capt. Fischer Is now re ... Aragon hotel.Weatmoreland.

I on !Sunday, and will remain here the pleased to see her around again after .now, and Ice wa seen In many places. presenting MoRee Bros., proprietors of -Mr. R. B. Haddon, of Spartanburg, hotel. .

I better part of the winter. Mr. Mace's her two weeks' Illness. No wonder It wa cool In Tltusvllle on the Kinder Lou Mills, Kinder Lou, Oa., S C., arrived, Monday afternoon, to accept New Travelers hotel.

I friends are pleased to see him here Sunday-the coolest day since last win who manufacture crate., orange boxes: a position with the Indian River New Wlndle hotel.
many -Mr. Wm. M. Prlndle, owner of one Wolf. European: hotel.
H again. lIe Is accompanied by Mr. Char- of the largest furniture stores la Hunt* ter. baskets, eto. State Bank He expects his wife as soon Hotel DeUoto.

I land. Ington, W. Va., arrived at the Sembler, Judge and Mrs, M. S, Jones and -Among the recent arrivals at the all he can make arrangement for a

I -Mr. and Mrs. George II. Clark, of Cottage, Tltnsvllle, on Sunday night, Miss Annie/Jones, returned Tltnsvllle, Sembler Cottage are Dr. E. E. Sample, a house. Mrs. Iladdon I a sister of Mr. 8.,.0"11:IZ: II.
The Seaside Inn.
Rochester, N. Y., who spent several accompanied by hi* wife who I Is a rausl- From DeLand, on Sunday, and have been prominent physician; and )fr.W. S. Vincent W. 8. Brannlng, and has visited her on

I months In TUusvIHe a few winters ago, ciao of rare ability. They have rented, busy t this week, packing needed thingsto one of the principal druggist in several occasions. TITUSV-ILLK.

arrived In- town this week, and have From Major F. M. Taylor, tbe cottage take to DftLand, where they will stay Huntington, West Vlrglnls. They are -Mr. Joseph Jefferson, the famous The Sembler Cottage.MtxuounaB..

rented Capt. J. O. Walton's furnished adjoining his residence on the north about seven months during the time old friends of Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. M. Prlo- actor, Accompanied by his wife, passed : .

cottage In South Titusvllle. The many side, and will move Into It. about the end Miss Annie Is at Stetson University. die, and have come to Tltusvllle with through Tltusvllle on Tuesday. The New Hotel Carleton.

friend of Mr. and Mrs. Clark are pleasedto of the week, after Mr. Prindle returns Judge and Mr. Jones have rented a their bird dogs, for the purpose of buntIng genial countenance of Mr. Carl Kettler, New Brown house

see them In town again. from his visit to tbe South Florida Fair fine residence for the winter In DeLand, game. 84 far, they. hue bee quite Mr. Jefferson' private secretary, also ?

I at Tampa. Mr. and Mrs. Prindlo spent and they left for that town yesterday. successful. We acknowledge a pleasantcall. loomed op on this occasion. The above "'lIl1t. Manager or Hotel Clerk
mention the departureof
failed to
-We Wll- last winter In Tltnsvllle. and ,all their Insulating tape) for gas engines, 20 Jd.. _._ _ part were on their way from Washing- -
and
Mrs. W. H. Hall daughter, With excellent references, want a>
old friends have been giving them "the In roll 50o. 3-In-l oil for IBo ton to Palm Beach for the winter. Mr. I I
bicycles
Issue. They have gone Notice. booth for the winter. I
lard In our last position an ex.
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visit with Mrs. flail'sparents glad hand" this week. )fr. Prlndle and 25o. Boston waterproof Shoe Drew Jefferson Ie I now In good health, and has Address
on an extended of brought, hi* bird dog along.Dentistry. Ing. Celluloid Top Salt and Pepper At Penney A Brannlng'. Up-to-date been receiving hearty greeting from his cellent typist. ,
Clark I
Mr. and Mrs. II. A. .' G. EMBHSOIT: BODOB:,
Gents' Oar Leader. Lake Worth friends this week.
Furnishing Store: ,
Shaker. Liquid and Solid Stove Poitab.
Manatee Fla. :Mr. W. H. Hall expects :'Ml: Columbus Ave.
Stetson Hats, Knox Hats, Manhattan
them In time to spend the Christmas If Boston Maas.
to Join ,
and all of them will FURNITURE, DRY GOOES, SI1OES.CsAS. Shirts, :E. A W. Collars, Edwin Clapp TliankKlvliig I>ance.
holidays, there, I Dr. C. C. Flegel, Dentist will be In Tltusvllle Shoes, Croasett Shoes, and Queen Quality -
Wanted Hotel Clerk.
Tltuavllle In the early partof A.'GAHD-rBB.: Tltusville, Fla. by a
return to I the first of December to remain Shoes for the Ladles. You do not have Tbe regular weekly Dance will be

January. all the month. Person wishing Dental Florida to send away any more, just call at' our given In the Opera house, Tltnsvllle, -
I Suit You. work done should give him a call early. Oranges and Grapefruit. store where Ion will find everything that nut Thursday evening, November 21th, A position In hotel in South Florida.(

This Slay AH work guaranteed.Fine I.I usually found In an up-to-date Gents Instead of Wednesday evening Three year experience on East Coast.
---:.- Also Early Vegetables, wanted by lest of reference (proprietor of this
; Furnishing House. Call at the New The Tltusvllle Orchestra will furnish P"per
B In consqaence of the owner' Inabilityto Property For Sale. Mason M. Clark, 110 Murray Street, yew 'Store. I'KNKICY' A R.\" rlfo, the music. Admission, $1.00. > Included). Address,
York Member of tin National League ( "W. C. F. this Office.Housekeeper. .
return to Florida, the undersigned Tit uI\'lIIe, Fla., 0-41 ,
of Commission Merchant of the United
I offers for sale, at a bargain, his brother's Tw6 nice cottages; adjoining each Sta'te. Stencils and quotation cheerfully 'r..lted 1 Coo rit,..

orange grove of ISO young, bearing other In North Tltusvllle with an acre famished. For Sale Cheap. .
H and grapefruit trees, and a two- and five acres of lob mock:
orange of hammock I Two Furnished looms for rent, suitable -
II frame house Including five acre truck farm. Good Nice little Winter Home, 11 Acres, f l
story ; land, suitable for for lltfht housekeeping. No bed or A managing housekeeper, middle aged
B of the finest vegetable land on Merrill'! dyer froot. The larger cottage has three Furnished Cottages For n nt. ISO Bearing Orange and Grapefruit trees. table linen. Good location. American woman, with excellent refer }

B Island, Indian River, Fla., and two !good I sleeping rooms and a servant's room UP Good title. Owner golntf away. tf "M. P.," ADVocATE:, Titusvllle. ences, having several years experience la .
B well Will sell cheap. Write to stairs and a parlor, sitting room dining Three neatly furnished cottages at Address, A. I* BKCHKB.
; Atlantic would
hotel at
managing City
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GILBERT luau Oallle, Indian River, Fla., for rent 12-5 River Fla. I ;
B J. A. and kitchen below. The adjoining 'Georgian, Indian Oak Cottage-Indlanola.
room
of the
like to have a position trust for c
each for the
B U Ean Gallie, Fla. and at $100.00 winter season.
cottage baa two sleeping room 3
winter In Florida. Ha experience and
contain four each stand
They room ; For Sale.
servant's In second story, and
room
"Dean Seed." room and kitchen high from the ground and command a Oak Cottage, a private boarding housela good judgment In handling help Ad-
sitting room, dining both beautiful view of Indian River. Fine Light draft schooner rifled: yacht the beautiful village of Indlanola, on draw MB*. E. BAIRD :
brick cistern to
below. Large, location and congenial society. Rare with cabin, 33alo.01': : price or further Marrltt Island, I..* open for the season. P. O. Box 70. Atlantic City N. J.
"A few bushel's of Giant Stringier boa.... Adapted for a nice winter
chance. For further particulars,addressJ. Information address., John Spence Good Terms reason->l I.. Apply to I
bean seed for sale. AddrestLoci Box No.1. home. Apply to GBO. M. ROBBIXS: A. GIIJSEBT all, or E. T. COXBAD A: Co. A. 8. UDMPUBTS, fOR ALL KINDS:: OF JOB PRINTING 1..

Tropic, Fla. TUnsvllle, Fla. tf Eau Gallie East Coast, Fla. *9-5t Daytona, Fla. Indlanola, Fla. >remember the ADVOOATB office '

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Free and large they quickly carry away tog'' surface Most of our perfumes we naturally -
water In flood time aud dd' not and Bulgaria U,8. SENATORS.

Accepted Masons. I leave It on the surface to soften the think come from India J. P. .hliaferro.............. .... Jal'hODoine
'.' but the various oils and ingredients ore, a. R. MaUor)',. ....... ...... ... .. 'V
road. "
of the ll""la
foundation
obtained from all parts of the U. B. CONGRESSMEN.

Now when the soil freed front) perishable From tbe mountain ranges of vOI'ld'j Robert w. Iavl..... .... ...... ..
No. 90 matter, has been rolled as bard innsk which Is B M. Hparkiuan. ..... ...... .... .. I'alalll&rn,, '
Indian as possible/ and when tbe ditches con Russia. and India come part of ; Wm. B. Lamar,.......... ... .... ,.. 1I1ulltlcu/IW I.
n ;l such nn Important component
River Tltulvll1e.Lodjte. form to the requirements, only one r' AmbergrIs is town. U. 8. LAND OFFICE.H. .

thing remains to complete the road. t I. ,xM most perfume 8. (Chubb.......... ..... ..... ... llnrut,,
floating in the water off tbe coast o. W. O. Uohlnnon,......... ..... (It.,. :;:
/ \ Florida. This Is drainage, the factor which is China and Japan. Southern France Offices at Gainesville,Florida .fuse

Holds It.* meeting* the .mono'and fouri.li Frl> to solve the problem of dirt road build oland
slay of with month, a' their rin. Indian Hirer and Bulgaria furnish U"I i with rose! FLORIDLEGIBUTCRE
Hotel.Titus Ilia, at r use o'olix-k p. ni. ing. When the crown is rolled andsloped from southern LIuropc come puce E.!: N. Dlmlck, Palm Itearh.... .. 1t
T. H tUiictnra' Wonihlpful Manter. properly and the ditches dug us lire derived front the onitge -" W. H.Jones, TliuHViLte,:.... .,. .Repro f, itw, ,:
F. A. Morgan Senior War
M.. M ft., Stuns lxon' ,Junior, Trdimnrflr.Warden.J. dtfrdralnage must be considered. Its c I The: nUll flower lemon.gnrilenof<< the worliwhlcb ,' /; ,............ .. .. JOr i

J.J. R O., Walkor Wla' <,k, CliaplHln.W. ,l flooratary I duty Is to take up the soil water and __ 'Ify Is tluit\ port of France sltuur-: W H.Clay V. Knotty Crawford..Secretar... .... ...... .. .. Ti, .tate'i r.
foundationfor ... ..... ,
M. Senior IMaoon." preserve a solid and firm : James H. Whltllelrt.W.N.SIieaU Attorney) nnrni
Taylor of i
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south of tbe tnnrltlrce runye ....
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R. E. Minis Junior DHUOUII.O. the rondo It Is out of sight, yet Its ann. f rlu!, "' Biipt.Puk.lloIimii' "tlull
H. Walton Honlor 8r,..want. 4 r Alps, inirtv.cei n large portion of t'.i:,: It. E. MPLIU..Cuuiwta.yoLior tr| :lIre
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J' beneficial. Tbewo ...... ... ..... ..
A. A, Stewart, .lunlflt Htvward., influence !la very vblcb Is AO essential to the mnkln Alone')C. Crootn r Con Her.ueral.
oil .... .. .. .,
W.H'inorM. ,Tyler.V. J.CllirordIt.Fester. .Adjutant. ;.
P.. M.Wooten. Murnli.il. drains are laid the long way of the of 'I'fnm'B-llttllr of rose.. As no rut! John KraUfurU. ., ..... ....,...HurvexnK.E.Rure ",,
I road just Inside the storm dltcb and w March till September ,..... ..... ... ...... ButeOmce ''''.,wral.III.t.
i. s'' 'yl falls here from i
.r outside the rolled crown. All of the at Tallahassee, Florida
,, : ORDER OF KASTEUN'STAR. the cl'mittt! Is admirably adapted COURT
JJlIE!: JUDGES
water that from the dltcbellsoont'r SUP$
escapes
miles'nothing .
I Frlonrl.hlpChnptorNo.ilhatletamcotingaIn drain the" t1ltll1 trr. Tor miles and H.ILlfabry..t........ ..Chiui tuetica
I the Miuionla lodge room Tltuartlla on tae or later 'must enter they cnn be seen except: roses.-Chi F.H.Carter. .......... ... .. .A goclati I unties.
ante and third+ TuiMduyn In euoli tnomb at 7.IO:: andbe> carried away. Besldett these, 71 M4a s.F.Taylor... ......... ... .... ..
p. m. Tbe following are the oflloeta of the cugo: Journal
main drains laterals be laid at
:. OliaptcriMr < .... may I RAILROAD COMMlSSlONEltS
.M. A.Srrlmjrnour W. M. intervals under the crown itself, but in + Irvliiff's Biiclm Wafers Jefferson :D. Browne chalrnmn, ,. .. Ke> Went
F. A. Morgan, W. P. properly constructed road they are s r K.Hnilrna liurr,...." ...... .... ...Little '
Mina Kanilln ttteware. Amoolate M. a Cure all Kidney troubles, stop pain I'm J. 1'tI. Bryan. ... ,. ......... ... .. .KlHHlni,5$ ,
Mrf H. It. Wilson, Snoralarjr not at all nece ury. Further than tbe back. make loss of albumen in tbe R.O. Plum clerk. .. ..". .... 1 h..f..n.
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John M. Ulxon Trwwurer. draining the road a great deal of care urine Impossible, and actually rebuild Heaiiquarturii and offices at TallftliuBBn' na.
Mine Kate Stewart Coiidnotre wA
Mr. .1. Kllnn, AMortnta Con. must betaken lii regard to grade. No the' shrunken walls of the kldoevs. CIRCUIT COUHT

Mr*.J.'R. Waker, Ruth greater load can be hauled over a road They contain just what Uy anted to remove Minor 8.Jones, TltnBvlllo.. .. Circuit uij.k,
t M.Ooo. W.loohlo.A.la. J. 1) Hvtts, Urlando.I'roeeeuttnK Att 'iJy"prlnn ,
I Mr*... L rarrntliHrit, Alarth. ," thai can be drawn up Its steepest bill. the disease, heal the sore spot and Term-Fourth Monday In 1Ilsro'l! .
M,.. Oeo, M, Robbins, I Mr*. F. Morgan, Martlml fail relief within I a few
never to bring
Mln Aleph puma, Kl..ota, than D per cent and the less the bet BREVARD CObAlY CC,17RT

O. H. Walton, Warder ter. hours and cure to stay cured.=Sold at n.Tenney,.... ..... ........ .. ..CountJn Mr.T. T, Wetmorfl, ftontlnel. 50o. a box at the Red Cross Pharmacy L.flauldeo..... .. .. ,I'roHtcutliiK; Attorney.
all this in carried out we
It
properly +
J." L.CarruthoraChaplain.p A. A. Stewart C'onntv; 'lork.
1 will have a smooth, level road, ready to Spring TerniM-fteoond Monday In May\

b<*. used immediately. But as with \ Fail Summer TII'm-8I'olltlll/'HI..y'I'erm-tlooond Mommy In NovfiuVwWinter In AniiiiHt.'

+ ; rfAlL \ anything else, road. need care and at Turns--SeCond Momlay in,.],"' rll"l'1.

ctiP1TOfN tentlon. Farmers when they once hava y 1 1 + lf COUNTY BCHOo'l. HOARD

IIt t spent their y money In building thesa R. B. Mini, Snperlutendept.Bonnvenata.[
.t' \ roads, should do every thing la theIr : Memlwra: J M plxon, clialrnmn.'lltimllle-. '
anOIllrers R.N, AndrewsCocoa; J. K: ultzSpimubluft
power to preserve them. Nothing will _ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
'In this than the general usa
more
help
.1. R. Walker, clmlrmnn Tltimvlllo, Juan R.
e5S.IIi of wide tires In hauling heavy loads. nu l Mlot, Indlnnola; R A. CoDkllup; 'Illlmau,,lnm].
Wide tires do not cut in ns do narrow 1' ; O.JonaaIJuayJ.F.Hull; White City, Iti'nukrBDHlun
are lield first Monday each mete
ones: but they: net us roller, and the cur lI1tEVARD COUNTY OFFICERSCount ,

crown becomes better packed the mora A. I). Venney Tlrnnvllle;, .. ... ) uclps.[ .
traffic there is on It Besides thin, some U. L. ,u,dun, Tlrn vlli,..;j.A. j.. ',". .... I'ron Atty.Cniiiit .
be In charge o{ A Stewart.'rlulsville.. .. } ('sr k.
placed
i pontonshould J. F Wonton'euoa. .... .. .. IHX AnHtiiMit,
every, section of road In the township HiON JAMES P. T ALIAFERROiFLORIDA'S I I 1>:. W. 11..11..fltll vlll....... .. .. Tax <'dllvitiir.'I ,,
to keep it In perfect condition. The John Henry Tltnuvllle . ... .. 'renaunr.Ritpt .
e
JUNIOR 8KNATOII.; .. ,
ltW until. H. E Mlitm, IIIIIIH\ tares Pub Imt.
VtAMUV roads should b* Inspected: dally and] Miss. Agnes Westley ,I. O. rrlrH. Tl twvllle? ... .. County Burvexor.fllmrllt..
every rut and hole tilled up. A spade ......,- -.--. ---------- ---- 816 Wells StreetMarinette.Wia J. p, Brown Tllimvllie .
Tttusvltle.Regittratlonotticer.TITUSVILLE .
W. Norwood,
ful of material will 1111 a bole one day, A Guaranteed Cure For PileB. :

;. 41 while'' '' n wagon loud would not mendIt J i: Rural l Delivery: NotesThe r Itching, Blind Bleeding or Protruding E. E. hoiIliiH. nmynrt: TOWN.Van WorleyuiHrslialanil COUNCIL,. and
.
a week afterward. Piles Druggists refund money if PAZO tax oollnotoriR. R. pY\.., clerk and trea."rer.
faxalQAAiMUi,ma OINTMKNT falls to cure any case, no 816 Wells Street John Henry tux: ..-......r; ./. R. Walker F A.
ton Bartholomew 8 14 MAMKKTTE: Wis., Sept. 25, 1903. Morgan .1. L. Carrucher Wi $. Hrannlng and
THE MUD TAX. little: cf Hope matter how long standing, in to D. H i'rltchurd, ouimoiiinnn The council meet
toiiiity etui boast of having the da)'s. First application gives ease and I wad all run down from nervous- Br.t Tueaiiuy In mob month.

What Bad Bond Coat the Stat of : first' rural ro.ute currier} In Indiana. rest 50c.1 If your Druggist hasn't it ness and overwork and had to resign TITUSVILtK BOARD OF! TRADE.

ROAD \ \ North Carolina.It When started it of the fil- send BOo. in stamps and It will be foe./ my position and take a rest. I J.
IMPROVEMENT. was one' ft.M. nnbhllll, )'reddeot t M. Dixon, treatorer -
has !been calculated that the peopleof I moue star routes. The first back was warded post paid by Tails Medicine Co., found that I'waa not gaining my: J. <*. Ha...t, secretary.. Meets aw. ,nnd Vin el-
fast I
bt. Louie Ado.aaudiomu. strength and health as as aday night In each mouth at their rooms.
t FARMERS North Carolina suffer annually from started 1 rlorg: the route April 1, 1870. could wish, and AS your Wine of
A FEW FACTS FOR THE TO
bad roads to the extentof about Lewis T. t'.hultz, who carried the mall, Cardui was recommended an such a

r CONSIDER. $10,000,000 said a speaker at a North still bolds. the same position. Mr SlaulU ; tU tits jo ;no SJInas good medicine for the ills of our

", -- since bo ins been the carrier has traveled Ino.\ &QoJalw 1JuiJGdevJ/ liar Sou sex, I bought a bottle and began
r Carolina good roads convention. In
( '. What Fnlmprofeil lllwliiTMr Are 400.8(13 miles. .moos; mop }jjsnp juoo equatq using: it. I was satisfied withIhe
I other words. they as Professor first
pay, I results from the use of the
Ii> Coat; I UK T>>.tu Construction and Ohio has over 1.800 rural free delivery ..,//SI[ uoijdtunsuoa aoj e-ino lIabl 91tL
and then
S Holmes no vigorously expresses; It, an bottle and took three more
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1' Car of Dirt ll .dit-Farm Wagons carriers and the service covers the'
annual "mud tax sand and bill found I was restored to good health
. \\t f Should Have Wide Tire. tax tate. The salary roll of this force and strength and able to take up I

& i( At no time lu the world's history hoe tax" amounting to $10OJO,000. Ten amounts to about $O3Oo0 month. II Opaac my work with renewed vigor. I

there boon ouch nn uffltutlon on the millions of dollars annually as tribute Rural free delivery routes are not Cures a cold In 24 hours. Do you feel consider it a fine tonic and excellentfor

" '(:' qucHtlon of roads 118 U KOUK| on at the : to clay mud sand rocks and hills; not self sustaining. The highest returns feverish, ono or two Opaac Tablets are worn-out, nervous condition Doper. your conflo -
: wbat need they tone the and am pleased to endorse it. >nc*. They have neverfailedwon't
present tine says a writer In Good to mention tired, beasts, gulled ehouiderv from any state are from California just you up
wore backs and profane drivers! where the average receipts are $20 a I system and drive out all feverish symp- AGNES WESTLEY fall now.
I ItoutlM Magazine roople seem to, be Pont take is a Sold by all dealer
toms. quinine Opaao
; WlMumin> oUaodSooIet7.
Sea'F.ortb
l Just awakening from their lethargy During the lust twenty-five years this month and the average pay per carrier tonlo which 'does laming good: ... IttO* Seed Annual

into a realization that the old rusty bad road tax has consumed an uniount is $GO! a mcnth.y Opaao Is a small chocolate coated Secure a $1.00 bottlo of Wine of poctpaM, free /

111 kept highways of their; fathers' time of money equal to the taxable values of There'aro' now about 25,000( rural free tablet and is sold at 25 cents a box at Cardui and a 25c. package of D. M.FKRRY. Mloti.* OO.Detroit. .

! are not the 'means for proper; traveling the whole state of North CarolinA One- delivery (routes In operation in this the Had Cross Pliaimacy,Tltusvllle, Fla. Thedford's Black-Draught today.
t.. .............
facilities. Generally the farmer id a country and several thousand are established
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1 tenth of what we waste annually ou
cautious man and must. be faced with every year. ROAD DRAGGING.HIlthTTitr .
bud roads would /give a seven months'term (WINE OF CARDUI
facts and be certain of imccess before "c110011n FOLEYSnOIiEYANDTARe
of be will bestir blm elf. But when lie to every North Carolina Catarrh Cannot be Cured Kept In Oood Condition *
Ton million dollars; thrown nway on Ooldki Pr vsnt. Pneumonia
I views with clear unbiased vision tbe with I.ool Application, as they olin not at Small Coat.

losses from bud roads anti then turns reach the I sent of the disease Catarrh U Visitors! are often struck by the --

to the Influence of good roads he gives .a blood or constitutional disease, aud splendid condition of the public roads

i' his hearty aid and support to tbe in order to cure it you must toke Internal in certain sections of the state of
Hall' Catarrh Cure
remedies
1 :'., work, He finds that bad roads cause Is taken Internally and ants directly Missouri/ especially In Nodaway ahd

' + l S Idleness to teamsters during the winter the blood and mucous surfaces nail's Atchison counties. a

q4 ;i months and that they make the Catarrh Cure Is not a quack medicine. The condition of these roads being In

cost of hauling three or four times It was prescribed by one of the bent such fine shape is brought about by
I'erlshablo In this for and dragging. The drag in use in these e Wy l.
,J. greater than It should,be. t physicians country years, r ,
products are lost because of no UCCOHH h Yf A and Is a regular prescription. It Is com sections Is simply made by taking a

l to market, towns cannot be reached posed of the best tonics known, combined : couple of pieces of oak lumber about
with the best blood puilflers, .acting 2 10 feet the '
by long setting tim
when prices are good, nnd the most s I
profitable products are often not grown fwd Tbe directly perfect on combination the mucous of the surfaces.two bore on edge and arming the strapsof '.'Yui } >yltxtf.IfrY'a

i on this account. All this results from Ingredients' Is what produces such Iron. The timbers are set laterallyand

bad roads. Is It not enough to move wonderfnl results in curing Catarih. are connected by several short

I.,. any farmer? Send for testimonials, free.F. planks which are bolted to the oak

J Good roads, on the other hand make J. CHENEY & CO., prop.,Toledo, ones on which n Bent for the driver

, farm products more prolltuble. They Ohio Is fnstened. '

: .. economize tlmo'and force In transportation itr Sold by Druggist price 73: cents. In operation the drag Is hitched so : r ,
that ont end U In front of .
considerably
;, and reduce wear ana tear on I Hall's Familv Pills are tbe best j
horses, harness nod vehicles. They I the other and the resultant action forces .
I the clods toward the center of the road,
raise the value of farm land and make I

babltatlon ou It desirable. The country A FOUH HOUBB LOAD. They Come lllnh. a round trip on nny of the roods resulting s i it

is beautified and rural mall delivery Is bad roads! It is the same 'aa if every : Bad ronds are expensive from any In the rough places being worked t l (! t
of view. Each year they cost this down and the loose clods worked to the
made possible. In short good rondsaid horse and mule In North Carolina were point
the country commercially socially killed annually. country more money than would bulltl center of the road. These drags do not
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and educationally. They will make a The loss of Its best manhood Is the a first class highway half across the cost the Missourians very much outlay
1
1:' country just as sure as bad roads will greatest tax that the country la paying continent to say nothing of the annoy of money or time to make and prove to .
i I", I unmake It. ance and discomfort which must bo be a fine thing In keeping the roods In
to towns and cities. This lows must bo
I r.. A good road must be the .easiest, controlled and diminished. \Vo must I experienced by the millions who an fairly good condition at all seasons of a p.i p.-

shortcut and most economical line of obliged to use them. the year.
, t have cities and towns. We are willing I -
.
I"" travel. It must have a dry level crown to give some of the country boys to ---------.- --- ,

, f.. and good surface nUll soil drainage carry on the work of cities and towns .

Moreover, It should be as light In grade but we must not give up,too many. \Ve DR. T/IACHER'S

.h" k. as possible and at all seasons be lu good. need them in' the country to build up

,.. condition. These are the things we coo n try .homes. The country borne Is Liver and Blood =

must work for. To begin with.' purchase the unit of power character and civilization : o H: .4k. S. :e3I: :-. TTIM:: : cSc 0 ,0 ,
of
a grader and a heavy roller for America. We cannot control Syrup

six or eight ton... These are the prln- the nervous nnd vicious life of the city. SIT. alp w. Bay'St... JACKSONVILLE.. FiA.Aicenta .

r' plcal) machines necessary<< for the work. City people do not desire the kind of CURES BY REMOVING THE CAUSEA

a First grade up the crown of the road lives they seem forced to live-nervous,
REMEDY IfrmtlttH*** te ATM
restless, unhealthy lives; lives in which A THREe-FOLD FULL TS.
thoroughly UommltnmblM. Aft a_th> UW4KM.,. am*
they retire, late rise late and find It
y crown Is ilnlshed It Is firm and solid impossible to control their children. Purifies the Blood. '

front top to bottom. Wetting the lay They cannot help It A large city Is a PREPAID-(

ers during the rolling often aids In I I maelstrom. A great, strong man
bringing the soil particles Into closer from country to city. lie does a great success for 62: years, because they know just.what it contain.
contact I The formula consists of Buchu, Hydrangea, Mandrake Yellow Dock Al
work. lie finds opportunities for
great
and Iodide of Potassium. .
Gentian Senna
The slope of the crown depends upon the of his and Dandelion SarsaparUla, and reliable
development powers / druggist will tell that this is a scientific
the grade of the road. Ou the level brilliant life and Any doctor you their in the Liver
talents. He leads
a combination of great merit for diseases" having origin ,
the slope should be one foot.In twenty But it is experiment. Dr. 6 qTS.t .
leaves an honored name. a or Blood. After years of experience/and patient qTS '
Kidneys ,
while on the hillside a little steeper.On that it fails to bringthe
manufacture, never
sad fact and seemingly a law of nature Thacher so perfected the process of 1
a very steep bill broad and shallow that he sacrifices the calm health expected relief when taken according to direction. $ 00 qs0IJ

depressions can be made to deflect the and strength of rural life for the nervous Thousand's of sick ones to whom life bas been a burden have written grate-

{ water Into the side ditches but this ful letters of thank. Sr..r>. MI8 lSllI.PI.Oct. IT,l oa.
activities of the Ill* descendants
city. trouble,
also liver
severe
cooatlp n a
should be done only wben "I hap aofferwJ greatly with ladlgtlon.[ .. ii I .U It t/ t'-
.
necessary.
had no to work or e n
do not Inherit his power. .Pp4'tlt.. Could not rot_l1a\allfbtID $:t. energy
witll 1..01 /
K la a serious menace to traffic: Now arouaid. I felt Ilk. I w.spa eking: a heavy toad and was easily exhausted until I .
Let and build walk
country
us preserve up m. almost from the ant d08e.
which helped
after the has been finished the Tbacbee'a Liver pad Blood Syrup. I F2
crown took Dr.
life. Let us keep the boys and girlson had takes sue cud oae-half bottls I felt like a dllfe"t man .Dd I knew that
next thing to attend to Is the ditches. When I ..atlnly to your medlcl. I "eed Is .U three bottles. web consider _yaelfpe..fectlY .
the farms. Let the tow It was d"
us carry sod feel and '
ood. I deep well .troag "I
These ditches; be dug out with the cured. At lh1. time 111" a..petU. 1a ,
; may T.... a.DoSI' s
"
q to the country and the country to the wiring 10 the,0",1.1f.. :
nf..h'oa
of the cutting blade of the grader .,... .. -
point fIW --pl. N//le sari Dr. -
of both ,, wed es dNae .nits fadsp h
town preserving the blessings '
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v.
........ N.ri. !
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or, better be dugwith scrapers. Tbese rk..y'al..UkBoh." 6l--Jb. !' OUe.nteiwd1. .. .. .w f>
ditches should be broad and rather by constructing good roads as permanent I. ......-Jl- ..."........_.41 """" 480 : f.14drwypt.t.. aThwcher
Instrumentalities of travel of Chattanooga. TenD.
hallow, so that a vehicle will not upset Medicine Co..
trade, of social Intercourse and edu

pn driving into_one of them. Bf being cation. ... . for the Pab t Brawlnc Co.




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Professional Cards.\ I .'Pepjry laughed. "Do ;you remember\ 'I :..Notice.<< "Thill Is no time for mirth or laughter/ To Cure a Cold In One Day

my pith; heeled boots she asked. I Inorinif Ig," 't:, "' '" "Vie! the cold grey; dawn. of HIM mornIng
,1 f; A Take LAXATIVE BKOMO QUIKIMK Tablets
Hfier.
The Girl his remark i rr" *: n"D(' / R--; \T :Y.* AVt 111' Druggists rotund the It It
-r" I; / money
GEO. M. ROBBINS, "Oh. don't I. though! Yon tripped,' J. rflV.. A;",".''''. .1".1. and There will 1 he no "mornlnff aft' IIIAon fidls, E W. Grove'
to signature
nrifl I had: the delirions' joy otntchlnr.<< :'I I i.eiee/ InR H \ -,.I I'in or iWumiMlt wlllc.iry a box of ()AI.UOltNlAIcUNF. ; cure. ,
ATTORNEY ANJ COUNSELOR From the East you In my arms' Rut do you rememtvh r,J{ ,", M.. ..wteiteWf1: uunl, >\ "" itl.xl..md ..41 W WAFERS: and take few bd la cach4box. 21O. Red Cross Pharmacy.
'1",1'0 pn| *i-4MMiWa-ntt M> Mm underdrnedw"ndni.tr.ttx ,
lute going to bed They will fix you''all "
-w I .shed money? I've roared over< (I'' tHtiered)".n.tthnthedme. ,
AT-LAW. presvrlbedbyhtw,*, .'..thu-..".... will\ Iw.b.rrU right and tone you up ,before breHKfAS', ..
Will practice In State and United State ; By Marjorie A. Barkley my wlllness more than once. You I A'MY A. MONRIIK: 100W.fefslbo() at the R.d Cross Phnr- ETIQUETTE.
1 kuoW I had only $:.5:: to tuy name, and S ',,asdumintatrntaIanRstste' : many, Tltusvllle, Fla. I
Court. 1 naid that caa'I'lugevertt too slow anJ '; '>r 1>. W. \\llunr..". -- A gentleman always rises from his.
/ Iota.liu T.C. JfcCtun Tltn.vifeFla.UOlbbetle' 1\1"., UMft
Office at TITUSVIU.B, FLA r"u/lt. that we would much better tuke a car POETRY OF THE HEART.A cbalr when a lady enters or leaves the
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I bad forgotten that. Peggy said ------- ----- room.

|-*| I. GAULDEN, Therv was excitement among the "but I remember how lighting: mad yon How to Kill Corruption.We happy heart Is better than a full On a man's visiting card only titles

e young officers nt Fort Wayne when were when pupa rtlshed in. You stOod need to inject a little old fashioned purse. that indicate a rank or profession for

ATTORNY!: -AT-LAW, Hicks, the little corporal who wore his between him mid Ule: and wild, 'Sir; honesty! .into the hearts of folks. In He who bath moat 'heart knows most life should be used.

cup on the side of his head, spread tin your daughter ima consented to become < Will practice in all the.Court' of the State wusn'V tho universal fever for money getting
wire! I It A cheerful countenance betokens a
Dk-k.
report that the girl from the east bad uiy Ooh damn' dance to one gentleman and then
ot Florida and the United States Court. some of us have lost eight of the landmarks '
funny r"Yea good heart
come and bad been escorted to Colonel dance It with another. :
1. o Bo:;;935. trrusviuLK, :FLA. Klein's house: ," he said slowly "Sometime, of common* Integrity and! fall No estate can make him rich that has A I letter to a married woman is directed '

T.' J. WEBB During ,that first day there was ai it seems funny to me and sometimes" I It denting abetween<< wan and man. a poor heart with her husband's name or lot

r. II. unusual amount of promenading In seems strangely, tragic. That we were There will never be any marked abate When you open your heart be always ttaU and her own -as, Mrs Thomas R.Olbbs .

Officers' row. Lieutenants sergeants such"bllble8 is the only saving fac meat of the corruption complained of ready to shut it to again or Mrs. T. R. Ulbbs.To t I

ATTORNEYATLAWWill and even corporals found time to walk Poor kids!! He sighed and turned his until the* people, and especially thosq The heart's testimony-' stronger ; be polite to one we dislike Is not t

practice In the Court of the 7th in approved military style past the eyes from the girl's tare "I suppose who pose an leaders of the people lei than a thousand witnesses.A necessarily'<< being<< insincere. Politeness.

Circuit.and rents Taxes and accounts paid for collected.non-resident "No.
who ,showed signs neither of excite- veins. mouth often laughs. ethers as an indication of what w* k

TITUSVU-LR, FLOBIDA ment nor Interest. It was Captain 'IIow does that happen" Too many men are following the unjust Tbe heart is the hidden treasure of aN ourselves. We owe it to ourselves t

Roberts. lie told bIll friend, a first She shook her head "And you? and Idea of man; tho tongue Is the gate to the to be well' bred.
erroneous getting something
D. PENNEY, lieutenant that be wouldn't around) she said.
go treasure.
rings
On formal occasions no napkin
A. iiothing. In plain words this ,
for ,
"Engllgetl0, Indeed. I never sat
I the corner to see twenty girls. Whereat There never was a, heart truly great appear on the table and tile napkin Is
but lovable girl in life. hi dishonesty. No man has right to
one
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the lieutenant grunted\ and said DIY any not also tender home dinner
I and generous<< that was used but the once. At the
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something about behavior in the'Phil "And she wouldn't marry you? that for which ho does not render an be
TrrusvttMc: .. FLORIDA, and compassionate.-Chicago Post the napkin, if not too soiled should
: ipplnes, adding, with frank sarcasm: "She wouldn't. There will never be equivalent. When be takes it he rob placed In the ring to be used again at '
Will In all the of the another. I lost track'of her. 1'ululluYt ,
practice courts 7th
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e180.
"You're a peach you are, to paStY as a somebody \Vnj-: breakfast or luncheon. ''J
Judicial Circuit. woman hater after cutting* me out "But you didn't forget her", the gIrl It U this that is at the bottom of the. Sortie yean UKO uu English'traveler .{!':

with the little senorita so clean that i asked. ooftiy. rottenness in municipal life. visiting the Trunsvuai" I asked! a man ".....do... Worship Qod.H .1;,

A., FROST, every fellow In the regiment was afraid I "I never forgot her1 for a minute The upas tree of corruption has It* whom he met{ to direct bite to the president's One of the conditions which promote '

G. to" have you see hIs girl. I know you I But It's too late to find her "now. Shedoesn't roots in greed. The thing that make house "You." came tho answer, peace between the states of the United fi'

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, all right, old pal, and I'll bet with the I care for mo anyway "tihiifit ko on dill you comes to a road States la that wherever any .1 1
end which
a robbing trust at one preys
Will rest that you take your little stroll IE I "Ob Dick, don't say that Any girl vot hoes around der skoolhouse; but may be he Is free to enjoy whatever j t,
practice la allJhe; Courts of the 7th Off the people of a nation, makes it
to for Just the fact
ought cure
the row on the heels of some big head you. you dou'd dake dot rond., No, you ko form of religion,; he prefers. He may 'I'i
Judicial Circuit. ed corporal. I passed the house myself that you stay true to one woman bribe giving corporation at the other on till you see der big barn, shingled be a Christian, Mohammedan or pagan, (E

TITUSVILLE, FLOJUDA. ,"' be owned boldly, "and I saw her should bo enough. Don't give up and end which debauches a city govern mil shtrnw, den you durn der road as he pleases, only he Inuit preservethe

too. She's a regular beaut, Dick." spoil it""Will ment. down der field und ko on dill you peace and live a decent life. World 1\h

E! FOSTER, J But even his best friend 'failed to you give me a recommendation The only way permanently to gel conic<< to n pig rod boose; dot e'" my peace will be unspeakably promoted If

STEPHEN awaken the interest of the-captain. IIe he asked snilling. "Say that rid of corruption Is to educate the public Itroder Hans house, 'Don't ko In dens; there prevail such a system of world ;

ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpchurchI3ullding, went so far ns to get into citizen' none of my relatives were hanged or conscience, to hold up the standards ko straight on dill you comes to dlfrha'lItick law that when a man goes into any 'I'

; "ax.JAOKtOfVILLK clothes that sane afternoon and leave something like that?" of national municipal 'and individual mlt a farm. Veil be don't part, of the world he will be free to I

the fort for a walk in the river road. "I could say much better things. It honor. live dero. But vhen you get furder worship God after any form he prefers. ,

FLA., Thin by the critical corporals, was considered Is beautiful that you want to and her you see n hooi on der top of a leedle S Other liberties ry>w not known In all rS

I stuck up. I like it Dick.. And. I think tue girl hill so you ko In dere und asks der t countries may he expected In the growIng

NT 8. BUKN1IAM, M. D. When the captain reached a sandy will 'like' It." Kidney: << Troubles ould vowau inside. She vlll tell you |j toleration and homogeneity of the ,,;It

strip of beach a mile or more from the Roberts looked deep into her eyes Are easily relived and cured In the be- petter H* I can." world.-R. L. Bridgman In Atlantic. ? II

.* SURGEON and SPECIALIST fort he' stretched out at full length but be saw no self consclounnosn. IIi ginning, but H* the disease grown In --,--- -,-....-. --,- -- ,
and gazed at the water where freight forgot what be had read many times, severity. we must find a more potent !I

Ear, Nose and Throat. and passenger steamers passed on their. that women are clever actresses remedy, Here<
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORID routes to the great lakes. "Your advice may be good." he sale Wafers excel" a core Of course they; = ,'
iu tiulu ,
after a few moments of silence. "But give quick' relief' but morn linn that Radiant
Ills thoughts whether they were
they give. sure nod lasting! cure. They;
what would you have said! youa'lleJf.Pt'gn ""j
DID HOUGHTON'SFLOATING upon commerce or navigation, were positively purify the blood. Sold:: at ;.Vic, Beauty
It I had hunted up and had
profound indeed, for he started when you a box at the Red Cross I'lmrmaoy, Tltu
told you al>out caring for you? The Complexions o{ perfect purity Ire mid by ,i
he beard the rush of a woman's skirts vllle Fla.
To value of
DENTAL'jAPARrMENTd; 111'1111 very much like you. What would! Iftncock' Liquid Sulphur. II
and saw from the corner of his eye sulphur In the toilet hu been known fotcen-

on the. "Dentos that a girl was lIPprol.chlng. He moved you have said? ........ ..' Pr "Oh that's DIck sl saW
Now ON TUB INDIAN RIVER. a little, but did not look in her dIrection silly Sugar and preserves were fashionable the discovery ofJNCOCK's
"You know wo.dn't"Bhe !
Quickly.
.- I- until the girl stopped and said yoq presents' In Queen Bess' time. Everyone ;
:
looked past Roberta and frowned
"I but Isn't have bad "a sweet Hancock'sLiquid .
softly 1 beg your pardon seemed to \
uneasily "It's going to rain, she murmured
The Largest and, Moat Com- this it Ist! Dick I knew it was your tooth" In those times. The dean rind '
"and I'm cold. "
Captain Roberts sprang to- his feet : chapter of Salisbury, having a cano tobe
olate Establishment South. "Oh I suppose so," Dick said gloom- Sulphur
and looked Into the girl's flushed face. wb.11 tried before Justice. Hale. presented
I ily. "She'd that too. That's
"It's Margaret. Dick" she said. say blO1. with nix sugar lonves, for which
GEO. S, HACKER & SON I I didn't hunt her up." I .sot 0 hut, col only does II produce I iklH 1 imooth ud
I "Peggy. the JUdICe. who wan exceptional! toll. a,tlk. but 115! me<>i hiir bull will cure
I "But it's going to rain. There I fell
Roberts took the hand she offered. scrupulous Insisted on paying In .II scalp. dlienei, promote e sew growth ol
a drop. Dick.. healthy. hdrasddrenethenthecolorin/muter
Teggy" he said wonderingly. "Peg.: Da\'enllut'll "Madagascar," occurs ,
poi-in !. Ihe nilr 11 to check mil avoid premiiure
Roberts rose quickly and looked to ...noovk'eLlqiiia .....
gy, you.take my breath" awa7. Where ward the fort. the couplet: lJ L Li pay!>.>.*>dr..y.1 any icllibli drug .......
did you come from? Then reconcile the rich for gold fringed I'
"By Jove, It Is, Peggy I didn't notice Hancock's Liquid Sulphur Ointment
"I'm staying at Colonel Klein's, >but ..Iov.., Hitira'i Caste Isral.lla
tbcme clouds Here comes the Th.) poor top Clod's sake or for sugar 5.505 as w spared eipeclilly. for Burnt, Soldi, Open 'SU1.,11.rp
where did you come from? wind. We'll have to stand,under those leave -., Soul Chiltii firli. Haw Surlicei' Situ
./You, at the fort?" he asked incredulously .,. ..., run, Rouihneit Wave and Hindi and all
II Bit trees till It blows over. I'm mightysorry The sergeants. of tbe house of com a .,-u"e-- r= fckU. Dlieaiei.Writ S ''
I live.
"That's where
I didn't notice it." lie .. *for mm hook on HUM of Nnlplmr. mDm
that w-.I.w.
received from u"
1585
In Lent. W V..w4. +
mona ..
,
all bluuU luiiiklu
down here on this rock. Peggy Peggy --" rut tollKt and M a vote fur
slipped off his coat and wrapped it Lord Hownnl a present of BUffiir. Tin w c"'w as 011_
Adams do realize bow
;you you
enIIMr about the girl's shoulders. chamber of Exeter In 1010 voted sugar wwu. or HANCOCK
have surprised me? When did you .xc "w,
"Oh don't Dick she protested. loaves to two canons for their morn. w 1'N.a.t I '
strike these parts? '. N SULPHUR CO.
-Y- LIQUID
Tleuse. You know girl don't take tug locttiren. Sometimes innriniilndporaiiKeM Laww 55,555 c.
"This morning. cold as easily as men. They're used Icmpn or even potato took _se, v MKImore, Md.
"No I Then you're the girl from the to' "
MANUFACTURERS J OF exposure Its place n ml when sugar became
? been about
east They've talking
you
They ran to a clump of trees and cheaper the custom c<< Doors, Sash, Blinds. I for weeks. Roberts made the girl kneel by a low all persons in ll'otlaI1l1 not being -._- -' -- "

"How" lovely of them-and you?" stone wall that ran at the side of the dukes, earls etc.. possessed of at leant .rOLrrSnO.NEYANDTARfOIEY5KIDNEYCURE::

Moulding ;& Building Material "Why I'm up there too." I, road. 250 In yearly rent were prohibited the .. ...tla.etwadle.a.d lla.al.lrsagsMakes Kldn.ye and Gladder KIpM ,

"Those clothes she said doubtfully. "Dick. I don't want you to stand use of confection, foreign drugs and -- -,-- ., -- .. -- -
--- --- --
Office A Wareroom, King opposite there in the rain. Please take, your costly spices.-Weatmlnter Review,
Cannon StreetCharleston "Are 'cits. he finished, smiling. "I coat" 'j'i
A.
IF YOU WANT '
S. C. wear a uniform up there." He smiled down at her. "What a --- ..

"Oht! And what are youwhatrank foolish little girl It is," be said. "But / '

?" I'll kneel beside you if you think it's
Sash Cord
Weights, ano "Capt fn." he said briefly "Peggy: safe" N Lot

how you have grown up." She raised her questioning eyes to .Building

Hardware "Have I she lr\ughed. "And so bis. "I wish you would,"" she said .. ,

I have you about two feet higher and "I don't like to have you take such a ,, 33rr

Window and Fancy Clog you went to West Point after all?" terrible risk:, and Just to protect me or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY

A SPEOlALTY. "Yes. father insisted." when I can keep dry in this corner as
LAND FOR AN, ORANGE GROVE,
"Do you like the army? well as not"Roberta

"Oh, yea when we see active servIcer ) dropped to his knees and i PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN,

101m1lONEY leaned against the wall. We probably'haye for ale Just what you are leeklng.Settler .
have seen active service. "Peggy," be said "Just to protect
15er aUd... ._ Ma ....._ "Then you If ... '
s .r. Didn't lire Hooking In but itlll there/ I II room. '00.
., ....-. --- In' the Spanish-American war? Oh. you I would give my life. you
tell me about It!" know that dear?" There was tenderness looking this way,drop a line to
Roberts laughed. "I will some time," In his tone and conviction. ne -

DIXIE FLYERWORLD'S he said. "I will tell you anything you poke not passionately, but truly. ; .., () >-. JAS. E. INGRAHAM VJce-Pu'.ddent..

ask but let's talk about you now. Peggy locked her bands tightly together JLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
Where have you been all these years?" and her lips quivered. It seemeda h

"School and college and around at long time before she could raise her r\ ST. AUOUSTINE., FLA.

FAIR ROUTE places eyes. Then she met the earnest questioning ',\ __ _._ __._____ .. __ .___ __, '7P.

"That meana traveling. I suppose let gaze of the man.

you never visited West Point? "You may," she said simply "Dick, Mrs.- Elizabeth If. Thompson, Eluhlman c& Co.Wl '.;

"Never. I didn't know that you were you may." of Lillydale N.Y. Grand Worthy
Nashville & St. Louis By. clouds ,
duttahooga
The rain bad ceased and the
You
there, that you bad gone' back. Wise and Member of Washington. St. I NEW YORK.
had hurried on their way toward the Templar,
know you said""Yee. V3 Murray Street. f N. Y.
Western and Atiant13 H. H. I said several things about that east when Peggy and Captain Roberta W.C.T.U., tells how she recov-

time. You haven't forgotten then?" entered the reservation and were met ered by the use of Lydia 1 E.Pinkham's S

"Forgotten Oh. Dick I couldn't by the Jovial colonel.
DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUOn forget! Never Wasn't it dreadtuU""It "Well'he' said heartily; "Peggy Vegetable Compound. OrangesPineapples; :

was rather a bad mess. but west Pye[ had a searching party out for you. "DcAB: Him. 1'laasIAMt-I: am one
TUE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS least showed remarkably 'good but i I Jbst heard that you two were of the many of your grateful friends
rond. This looks who have lax: >n cured tnroiitrh the line Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
and
OFTENNESSEE taste though you weren't as beautiful coming up the river of jflla IMiiklittiir VegetableCompound
are' bad bad Why we began to thInk
AND KENTUCKY. then as you now. and the Here bad eloped." and vv'.o can today several of the largest slippers la your State,and wish to represent '
"I can't snub you for that, the girt you captain thank yon tor the fine health I enjoy. represent \

Stop-over allowed at all stations online sold, with carefully lowered lasbes Peggy flushed and glanced at tbe Wheo<< 1 was thlrty-five years old. I yon altfq, Give im .a trial shipment Established 80 year
You always were younger man. Then she smiled at the suffered severe backs: 'uL:' and frequent '
sounds genuine. ,
where there are Ticket Agent "It thoroughly genuine, Dick.?: coloneL bearing-down pain In fact, I had ..-- -- -- -, .. .., '" -- ..-- ...-.- -,- -
earnest "We did." sue said demurely ". womb trouble I w ""I ',5 -y anxious! to '
in then a* KHTAIIU8IICr isle
(20.05 Coach Excursion, "Yes. I was get well, and reading of the cur"..your
427.50: 15 day; fXUM, CO days; said smiling. "You were my first :years ago. Compound had made, I decided] to try "
sweetheart. He laughed aloud. "My, lUItookonlrslzbott .. 'utit built
?' me
$40.65: Regular; _Season Ticket. how you cried when the minister refused The Itoof nom ot Sew York. tipandcnredm euti red;: If my troebles. 1 L Lane & Son

' to marry u.t I flattered myself There are dog( In New York that "My family and ri, :",tires were ,

2 TRAINS ,DAILY. 2 that you were disappointed, but It real never set foot on the street They belong naturally ... gratified ItS I was Jfjr

ly was your pride, you poor little girt I to the Janitors !In 'the<< downtown piece had heart troub) and DeJ'TOU.pl'OfIt.ratiop. 250 WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK. ; ; i l !

Leave Jseksonrina via T.8.F,T:45 a m. H. regarded then poor little girl'. buildings, and their runway consistof and wn c"ii-iilered. Inrur-

Lear JsoksonrlUa via A.C.L.,S OS p.m. blushing face wIth tender affection tbe roof of the building la which able.pound ant She It took cored your her V'. a-table short: time Com, Fruit and Produce "

"I think: that the old minister WM, their owners live and adjoining roof and she became well aid utronfr, and Southern

SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. the sweetest man I ever met lie knew on the lame level That Is a rare day her home to'hr great 1
that we were eloping. How gentle he when the office worker oa looking out band'sdelight. wu bleurd with bo>:..y.I .

SUPERB EQUIPMENT. was and tactful. I have always the steenth story window does not know of m. number of others who Oorn1ss1oJ:1.: ::llxcb.anta: ,::

TUR'OUOH SLEEPERS. thought of him with thankfulness akinto Me a half dozen dogs romping about have been cured of different kind of

love." the roofs beneath him. There Lone female trouble, and am satisfied that.
apeD PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY
your Compound I. the N">t medicine FLORIDA
"I thought he was a regular old advantage at least In being a root for sick women." .Df fur. EUZABBTW IL

E. J. WALKER Fla. P.... Agt. donkey, but it appears that I am"the dog the dog catcher has DO terrors for Tunwpanw. ll0* 1M< Ll11yd&le. N.Y.- Stencils Card. and our quotation furnished<< on .application.
who In real _runt. be I '/JOO ,
Florida Passenger Affent.JaekMDTllle only one was Him. _. 1wwtir.N sd..on Info proving .
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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 18. 19'-'.

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PBITCHABD, President: WM. M. BKOWM,
JJLMKB. Vloe-Pregldent.
BREVARD COUNTY COURT. :
:-i EAST CJAST ADVOCATE. ,, ', WINSTON: S. BBANNINQ, Cashier.;

County. Court convened at TItu vllle

AWBBKLT JOUKHAt.-DBTOTBD TO Tn* DBVBJbQFHBBT Monday, October 14, 1904, with Judge A Matter INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

Or TUB IJID1AK ITK&, I.AKMWOKTH A. D. Penney presiding, and D. L

.JD.I.OATaa BAT SBOTIO2TS.PUBLISHIED Gaulden There ,
g prosecuting. was a good r.OUNTy'DEPOSITORY.

sized criminal docket to be cleared, and "

EVERY FBIDAT. the following are the canes disposed of. Authorized capital $100,000
.
State of Florida vs. Pierre S. Titus, Health Paid up capital. $25,000
.
CDAVLICS R. WALTOn, Editor & Publl her
charged with" asaault and battery. Nolle Average deposits $200,000

: pro ald. ,. I -
u. 8. Depiirtmont of Agriculture I State of Florida vs. Van Worfcy, aslault I. ;
Transacts General
and battery. Nolle pressed. Banking
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. State of Florida, re. Jerry Morrison, There is a quality in Royal .

charged: with currying concealed weapons Business. ,
Thefollowingl.a statement pleaded guilty. Fined *100, but Judge:
comparative
' Penney remitted $OS. Attorney F. J. :Baking Powder which'qlakes ,1, i
of temperature and rainfall for the I VVebbwan retained In this case. r + largest and Oldest Bank on the Riper
week ending Tuesday, Nov. 15, 100.4.100.4 .1
State of Florida vs. Floyd Porter 54. I Exchange bought and sold on all
-1903- : and Foreign
' DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. 'MIr charged with committing an alpravateda..ault / : the food more digestible P Countries..

O 75 61> 77 08 pleaded not guilty. The Jurj ? --
'+ 10 71 05 74 BO returned a verdict of not /guilty, ana defemlaut I 4 htrn a,:appreciated. Prompt net-vice, polite
d 11 73 OU -78 67 WAS dlscbarged. W. 1. Metcalf wholesome. This peculiarity F sreatment.erv+attvebankingngrantedtwlthcop. .
and F. J. Webb defended.
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81
12 71 73 60 ywr CORRESPONDENTS
13 77 63 70\ 02 State of with Florida vs. Floyd Porter, of has been noted A Tlioenlx National Hank N Y..Empire Tnut ,
concealed
14 08 60 80 00 charged carrying weapons. Royal by t J Company. N. Y, Atlantic National Bank of
Nolle pressed and defendant L.L -1 v
15 74 60 81 73 was : Jacksonville. Jack onvllle, Via.

' Total rainfall for the week: 2.42 Uncharged.Webb defended.W. I, Metcalt and. F..1. physicians and they accord- "..rI'1"'USVILLE: FLA.
Departure from normal rainfall for the ,
.week:: plus 1,76 Inches. Departurefrom State of Florida vs. J. C. Frnzler ---

t plus 11.11 normal Inches rainfall since. .January. 1, pleaded charged: not with guilty.petit larceny.The jury found Defendant him ingly endorse and recom- J. JOC> ::J3JJ3IAT.S.::

"guilty, and he was sentenced to three (:Successor' to Dobbins Bros.)

''i 'llAt. P. UABDIIT, Observer. months' imprisonment, or to pay a floe U La: O K. SLV.Jr:: : : :
--------.-- <----------- of $15 and cotta. mend it. Gr N" an..d C Ta::: :. !
State of Florida vs Pride charged with Bailcts.. rhecka, Door Numbers, Stencil, Trunk and Locksmith Supplies j iHEPAIRINU
NEXT Thursday ia Thanksgiving malicious trespass. Nolle pressed. OF OUNS! AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY I

Day. We are in receipt of Cover State'of Florida vs Rushing White, I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired, ,1;

nor Jennings' proclamation to this charged" with aggravated: aasault. Defendant 224 Main tot. Jacksonville. Kla. ?

effect. Get pleaded gully and was fined WIt Walker mdae for poor farm...... 31 OH JMOrrell ................ 3 00 I
your turkey. ready. $100 and costs or ten months. J I> Knula crow liar .. .. ...... IM: J S t'oata ." .. .... .....\.... 0 *
J M Kniiin work .. .... 6 W' JIIBiultll .... .... ... .. 25 toW
----- = State of Florida ts Stella Jackson. J F Prevatt .. .. .... 52: ifll W C..rl..ton. .. .......,........ 8B 00 SOUTHERN FUEL AND' SUPPLY ;
HAVE cleaned rd Pleaded not guilty to selling liquor without J B Hlokaon work It.. ...... 64148! KR Cameron .... .....'... .... BOO THE COMPANY.
you up your yi .. ....
a license The Jury brought In a J F Hrown conv board II l 01' Special Road FudDio. No. 2.
and sidewalk and trimmed K fl L K: a Co lumber .. ... 127 7* .
your verdict of /guilty, and defendant was 10WOuun..ookfurcony .. '* ...... IOOO W II Sharps road work.... ........ ... 17 88 .
tr ee? It would be ee well to get it fined $20O, or six months. 8 J Norton hauling >. .. .?. 1100 Special Road Fund Dl.. Nu. 3. Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement

done before Chrlatraas. Nothing !State: of Florida Stella Jackson, General Road I'untl.JobnJle"r.propro..1 J T flnell aoct contract... ... .......... 7000 ,
charged with carrying concealed tanas.... ........ 1250: David Hunter Road Work .. ...... ...... UO 00
like neatness about a place. weapons. NMVINh. .. .... ..... ... ..... 800 *
Nolle prosried. Road 9'and Din. No. 1. E b Arnold .. ... ... ... 1800 I
r State of Florida vs Joseph Gore, N 6l Flab road work.... I................ 455' Special Road,.Fund Din. No. 4. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
charged with petit larceny. This case" Road Fund DI.. ) o.:2. .. ,.....
PROBABLY of our readers C TJ Reese road work ..... ... ... ... 10 BO.T
many Is continued to next term of court. O-. NMFI-h road work, ... ... ..i r. ...... 16288 W (I"I"an", .. .. .... .. ............ 18 BO *
1 are not aware of the fact that we M. Robbins, ; defending. Fred Mlaok' '. .. ............... ... ill J W Knigbt .... .. . TO 40 Offices foot ot TTognn Street, Jacksonville, Florida., Telephone No. 262.

employ one of the largest numberof State of Florida vs John Joodwln, Cl II l VToKruiler>uvla "" "" :::::::::::/:::::: 8 23 3aJo laino Wanton, Fund.

hands of any printing office on charged with assault and battery. Nolleprntmed. AUUlxou ...... ... ... 5 00 T A RoHnrnn game warden ., ... 010 00 J. K. MUNNKRL.YN, General Manager. '

the East Const ; we put In type MlqorS.. *Jones .f r. VHV I,. Keefer. 8 T r-lrwoomb Road. Fund road work.Dint..po.....3......... 21 noJOII'r" .1C Gilbert Fine .n prim ,
' .. ..... .....
more original news than .. N ........ ...... 1 00 J M sanders I t MDHCarlBtoit
many Tile was a milt In ntlHchuiunt. The' defendant I'r..kllmltb! ..... ....... 200 .. ........ .. I BO The Oldest Katahllahed Grain and Seed. Honae in the State.
other papers on the const ; we through hi. attorney, Mr. Marshal M M Mam.ay It.....v..... .... 2783 H the of Palutka, filed a motion traversing Prod Goodwin .> .......... ..., 200 J Brown ".. .......... 816l/
print ADVOCATE on more expensive Fee & Mtewlr, >. ....... ..... i atA ". 00 paper than other newspaper theallegailoim In the afllldavlt filed tVBO Eau elite frt on bell ....... 1) ooIuo u < co judcreic.. 22 2/1 Wm.) A. Sours: &
any by: plaintiff' attorney, D. L Ganlden. Goodwin road work.............. ... 200 ...omonfln..ancloooot..1013DLOanrlen : OO.
on the coast ; we useless The Jury found for the plaintiff, M. S. JCOL&:8l.O: lumber.. .. ............. .. 547 co. vlevncoct .......... 1O (X)
A D Penney prim pro.or nt. ........ .... 814
plate matter, and we believe' we Jones, Jr. Road Fund DI... No. 4. .r P Brown .. .......'....... 2330
.I send out more* weekly papers than The trial as to the amount due will be W W Carleton road work............ ..... 900 A A Stewart a" coot. ............ a OH GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
4 r heard at the next term of court. Road Fund No. 5. .. ........... 420 ,
any other paper on the East Coast. RCarleton ruadw..rk..............,. 900J Feeding Prlnonera Fund.
r The following are' the names. of the T Waters '. ....... ..... .... 18 oo J P Brown fowling prinonert.... .... ..... 11220: ..,, ,,, Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers. !
jurymen: .. .
A Lamont .... .... 3(10( ,
ONE: of the finest N. M. Fish, Jalma Lapham, W. G. P P Cobb "' ,._...... .. ...t'. 18BJRHanten Board adjourned to meet first Monday M I
(' photographs of Patterson, Andrew Kroscber, John Hop .. '' ..... ..... .. .... 1480 In December at 8:30 a. m. 206 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA ;
Mr. M.
Henry Flagler ever seen I
on kins Tom.: T. Hell A. W. R. C,
Ilardee.
the East .DILTMORE Catalogue Free. Warehouse oa tracks of 8. A. L. R' and A. L. ,
Coast of Florida, was Blanchard, C. R. Stewart, F. E.' Stone, :N. O. ) C. By.JacksolYille's

placed in the'editorial rooms of the Oscar Worley, J. :M. Osban. -
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ADVOCATE:, this week. It measures BILTMORE, N. C.

I 13x19 In., and I is elegantly framed. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Kenilworth Inn, Fancy Fruit Store
NEAR A8HEVII.LK.:
It is hardly necessary to say that ,

)lr. I la the OPEN THROUGHOUT TILE :
Flagler owner of the
(continued from 8th page) YEAR.EDGAR WHOLESALE and RETAIL-
Florida East Coast Railway and 'B. MOORE, Proprietor.
mandamus case against A. A. Stewart. M .
ten magnificent hotels] and is oneof the !Supreme: Court of the State of ,' W B
the most liberal and *. Ferguson Proprietor
. most broad- Florid. : '. .
minded millionaires in the UnitedSta.te' Tax Collector and County Judge's re- c. A. DUPONT'SLI"VER.Y y .
Street.
port of licenses collected during the No 16 Julia
Mr. Flagler's fine photo. ,
month of October for the fiscal year 1004( a.nO. SALE S".rABLES .
la welcome
L graph a addition to the and amounting to f094 State and |762
A( ADVOCATE office County wan. received. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN,!: TO ASSORTED BOX AND BASKET I

Tax: Collector's report of polls collected HASTINGS FLA.Can Shipments to auy place in the United States at any time. :

doting the month of October and .
RIDING THE
5t GOAT. amounting to $13 for the year 1003, and supply anyone on the East Coast with f .
.S for the year 1002 was received.Clerk' '. HHSSSil*' 87r'f3rIJ! : '
!
: There was an enthusiastic meeting" of .) report of tax certificate redeemed HORSES, :MULES n AnN E Cj 8 : 7

Freemasons In the Ixxlge-room of Indian or purchased during the months and single or double Buggies" and Wagons, at reasonable rates. r : 31: -' dLL.
River Lodge No 00 Tltusvllle, last Fri of September and October, was received. rcCI'
day evening, when (Japt. Peter NeUon,of On motion, the bid of 13. W. Miller, WRITE HIM at above address. -_ :

Bouth Tltusvllle; Mr. 0, F. Duren. of amounting to $l<0, for bridge across Sebastian

North Tltusvllle; and Mr. R. L. McXeloe, river, west of Sebastian station, Turnips-and Ruta Bagas.

of Turnbull, were Initiated Into the mysteries waa accepted. I Onion Set3-Bermuda and Pearl. .
of the second degree In Masonry. Request of \!dm. Anderson Is granted. & Baker
MeMurray Cabbage-bent varieties for Florida. Beane.l .
They went through the ordeal with Presentment of the Grand Jury was I
kill: \ and fortitude, and are around town received and tiled. Sood Potatoes-for fall. No. 4 Rose and Triumph.

looking none the worse for their "battle Bonds of J. C. T. Mlddleton and J. F. l Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
with the goat." Budd, to carry repeating rllles, were approved -. 4O1-413 East Day Street, Jacksonville, Florida, '
There will\ be work to do In the third !
I degree next Friday night" -three oandr, Bond of II. D. Summerlln, F. B. -Makers and Jobbers of- JLs.WE CA.M. 3RON.'sooc11EIxr.1z:1t1: :: : I

dates-and a full attendance of membori Mlddleton M. F. Goldsmith tP. N. 114 East Bay St.. Jacksonville Fla. j'
t, and flatting brethren Is partloularly re Ilendry( d. L. Hodges, S. T. Middleton,
I quested.. J. C. '&. Middleton, Eva C. Mlddleton, Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material _
: Jr., and J. B. Boyd to carry pistols, were n 413.1113.' cEII6i?! C If4 C3 e:=E !!!

; MURDERED IN CUBA. approved. General Fund..TRWalkur. Saddlery, Rubber Tires. =

I fin Co.n and mlleam S IS OO
'" Report comes to the ADVOCATK that J. R.Mint, -- -- - 14 HO First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc. WANT EVERY GROWER
R A Conkllng 51 :'M .
)lr. J. T. Cleveland, a contractor, who John C. Jones, .. T4 00J .
.. IN THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS!
wae-well known to rt'ldents F Hull, Ot 40
many along A A Stewart, accountant..... ...... ... ... 80 00
the East Coast, from Tltusvllle\ to Palm H mm for ..ub......".... ... 10 on 0 :13LLy:: Your "FLORIDA VEGETABLESA complete manual on Florida Crops. )
Beach and Miami, and at Ooala and J P Brown, j.illor ... .. .: .. ... ... ....;. aooo "FLORIDA
neighborhood, 11'11011on the 7th Instant .". .". Janitor ..... .. .. ........... A oo FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES ORANGE"bo'k of special Interest to Orange Growers.
murdered policeman del waiting on Co Coin ...... ... III tall "FLORIDA'd'I'RA W BERRIES.-Hooklet Cultivation
"Soil
by a at IMnar A DPnnoy. ."1...' county Judge. ...... W flKlBotrlo on Varieties, t
Bio. The reason Mr. Cleveland was Light Co... ....... 14 MW8 from a house that has been In business over thirty years, and Fertilization.! i
# murdered was because he refused Norwood, Mel Oflloer f at sap.... .... 27 Mt. "
t to payyl' D .naiilden.Salary Froa Atty ........ .. 83 S3 and has always had the reputation for LOW PlUCKS "IRISH POTATOES. -Booklet tin "Soil, Seed, Planting" and Cultivation, Effeet t!
certain
a per cent of one.of his transactions z A K..I. ferrjrumu ........ .. ........... 10 IN) the finest goods Imported and Manufactured. of Fertilizers "
f on
y to the policeman. Deceaaed bad IHowlttr( >> ..... I lit, teal Digging" and Shipping. I
Y been doing contracting and 'carpenter 1 J Hall bal eons bldR anon house..... 00800tail "PINEAPPLE FER'rIUZEHS-Of special Interest to Pineapple Growers,

t work In Plnar del Rio for about four H. [.Cnma llerniton.l'harmaoottt Bunt\ tor poor jail farm pauper' 38 4 00:20 Hess eC Slager "IDEAL FERTILIZERS.Bo. k showing all our different Brands, AnalysU, i

years; he was about 60yeara' old; was .I I M O lwn battling 3 /BO Price etc. I
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married last March to a. Cuban lady John KUtlo > < T !VII New and ,
1 named K Herndon furniture etc, to"4 28 75 revised editions of the above lust published sent free for the asking.
Mrs Carmen WATCHES
Fontanllla DIAMONDS
who Is A Stewart verifying tax book.......,... S3 on JEWELRY: f
said to be living In Yaguajay, Cuba; and Ie O A DVOUATK prtif tax ooh ofllo......... :t 'M 11 and 13 Main St. J..k s> w. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,
has friend R Hooker ,.. ... J
a at Jensen, Fla., Mr. R. E. registration offloer 12 (HIirHoal
Brand <. .. ........ It: 00 330 VT. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE.
14 I.L P Caper n ....,... 1200ionn : FLORIDA- .
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DEATH OF REV. COLEMAN. I 1T MoHrlile5H y". ? 19 00M I j
Arnold ........ 00 THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
ROHirdeeJ >> .. ........ 11 00 t
The sad news was received In Tltusvllle A Hall .. .. ........ 12: OO I !
' yesterday of the sudden death In W D Kdwarda: l. ...... 14 00 G' rOBE"i
M W Knight mileage. 2T 00 BrewIng Asso's. :
Utloa,.N. Y., on November 19th. of Rav. I K O 1'oiuwll n ..1'100 L.;
W. B. Coleman, rector of St. Georges KVHall. .a ........ 1'l00 ,
p church, of that city. B J FIt,1t1 .. .. mllagee. II UO Famous B..Loaia Keg and Bottled ,iJ e H i' 1
w B Chandler "* 16 DO I
Mr. Coleman spent most of last winter C H Nauman .. 6. .. 12 00 Beer. GASOLINEMARINE AJI' !!.
t in Florida coming here an Invalid, not I. H Walker mileage M! 00 1 .
able to take a step unts'Msted and lee. W II Koblnaon .... .. 1245)I. Sold bJ Mean.r.A.Loaley and *s o 3fc
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.Joraeniion ........ 1'100
tog. here benefltted, though not restored W J Raw-ail ........ 12 00 R.L.Motlow,TltnsTllIe.Tla. 5"X j
to health. Last winter, Mr. Coleman A II Christensen ." .:...... 1'100 Mr B.L. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla. po *
was for two months with a friend M 8 Jones Jr .. .... .... '71 00 By: ENGINES t--- ; 3
I. young K: A Holt 'a S. ...... .. 12 00 I I
v E. Oarthslde Goodier. the "guest of Mr. and Mrs A A Stewart "p of del taxes.............. tooo JOSEPH ZAPF '
C. U. Miami, and during the Flu. Star. prtt ballot and ll.t of voter... 138 30 O S5
t month of April a guest at the home oft Van Worley cleaning ,,.... pool Jatl...... a 00 44
:Mr. and Mr. Win. M. Brown TJ ().e..hoUtank.tj&11.. ;..... ........ W M Sole Agent soft. t ;; I: 1 i
at Titusvllle. A A Stewart rev deed. ..... : ..... ..811 -
.I Brown delivering. ballot hoxea.. ..... 46 80
The liev. Mr. Coleman, during his ECAuvoCATi: legaTbllca.. .. ...,. .... .. I 00 010 to 020 West Bay Street Si*
earlier visits. to Tltusvllle advt lloenao* 1004......... 94 tI6 ,
frequently o I A Front Insurance hoo.at jail) ..... 01 T5
held service In St. Gabriel's church lie II i W Hall poiital oil tax col onto...... 19 40 JACKSONVILLE FLA. -. Ii:: t:1:
was a gentleman lovely and genial In r. K Myer draw Jury for-it ct. .... 3 00
C A Robinson stenographer aa...... MIlO .
manner-singularly unselfish-and beloved .I P Brown uro ...... 48 30
jury THE
by all who knew him. ro", Wtlll bailiff .. ...... 3 75/ WALTON SEU-LOCKIXQ BLOCKS. S. B. HUBBARD CO.y i .
r Since :Mr. .Coleman'a illness In December V rT Worley ...... 3d3ft Patented In all countries. Only tackle
last, he had not been J P Brown witness for ...... eeC the kind In the-world. Fitted
actively en .. block of a
II' l..at' M ...... 'l8 b
Paving In parish work, StGeorge's church A A Stewart etf copies *. ...... a assoa with the celebrated Vlnton Roller -.A.G-mN'Ts-: : i:
granted him a. :year's vacation; J P Brown waiting on *: ...:. 1'1 00 Bearer. Useful In any place) where
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but he did not recover his normal health Mrs D DeUner teleram m.al.to lory *. ........... 1 75 hoisting 1. done. With these/blocks Jacksonville Florida.: a
an his friends bad hoped to see him. B: I. Brady& Bro mdn for jail............. 40 one man on do the work of two. ,.
Death came, at the last very suddenly .I P Brown mdia for jell....._... as M Thousand sold in the north. Call ...
eo Tueaday, and was a great shock to J Prltohanl.. & Boa M hardware. M poor M farm M .... MMMM and sea them In working order at this -

Its many friends, who mourn the loss of R 1 Herndon work MWra ... 111 118 office, or the store of Jas. Pritchard A --WRITE FOR u
this good man. Hindi mOUnt pipe .. l oo Son TJtu vlle.) CATALOG AND PRICES.
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KAJT COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 18. 190.1. ;,:: 5

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Eden.Mrs. Stuart.A .', GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX. ,
THE' SINGER MANUFACTURING CO. ,
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Are now telling Sewing Machine ON EASY PAYMENTS. F. M. Hudson was a welcome I large number'of Knouts registered. at .A.JEit JB <>S_.

visitor to our place, lost Wednesday the Stuart; house, >this week. ,

SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS. Misses Florence Robinson and Bessie I, Dr. McCllnton of Jensen, was here. ".f;. Corner Bay And Julia; Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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Thaxton visited the Edon-Tibbaln-Jen- : this week, following his prutesHlou

Our Direct Representative is at your service; !sen-Waveland High School, last Monday. Contractor Klopp has the lower framework WHOLESALE GROCERS

Drop us a card and be will call on you. Mr. and Mrs C. A. Robinson spent all up on the Bessey teoldence..

SEWJNG MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 per. cent discount Sunday at White City Junction, with W. Four hundred and seventy-live. crate I
U. Robinson and Miss Bessie
allowed fur old machines. All makes ..f Machines Repaired. Thaxton accompanied family.them home. of pine. were shipped from Stuart, Mou\ Fruit and Produce Jobbers.I

Needles, Bolts, Etc., for All Kinds of Machines. Jay, .. '
Our people who too
young are away :M r, and Mrs. Ireland, of Jensen, spent
DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-Fdr ue on sewing machines, writing school seem very bnppy and contented, Sunday here, visiting }lr. and Mrs. U. Local Agent. for Indluto River Lake Worth Pineapple llllo laUoD.
machine. blcyolen and all tine lubricant the and are doing all they can to cheer up
purposes requiring a W.
Bossey.
Send fruit and Our facilities for handling cannot
vegetables. perishable
of their mates who are lonely. us your
any .
In
best U cheapest the end. Genuine SINGER. OIL can only be ob- ,
Jack Spears, of Canada, Is visiting his be In tliU market. '
tamed Singer/ stores' Mr. and Mrs George Burnett came equaled
Airs.I A. R. KI Jack Is .
uger. very;
down one evening last week, to spend a loud
ADDRESS; THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO few hours with their old filends, tbeLeTourneaus of Stuart and her people. WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. I

returning on the 11 :3\(\ Born to Mr and Mrs. J. S. Mitchell, ,

COCOA, FLORIDA. train. f on Tuesday morning 10 pound boy. _c,,' '" "'''''-_______ _,_.____ -.0--- -. j

Alfred' Richards was burledfrom the Mitch Is now stepping round\ proud as i ipmicock. a Jensen. Roy M.\ {ackaid and Miss Verji Pauline 'j r

orGnhs Congregational chinch last Monday ntteruoon Hlbbs, had quietly stepped across the ,:
OrgAns;, Organ.s, Key. II. II. Jones conductingthe ( The F. E. C. R'y work train Is still street from her !house t<> the residence i

Repaired-made to sound tike new. Price $5. Drop us a card when you have services. He was a moot exempKr. hero, tilling In Railroad avenue. This IB I The bean growers are very busy plantIng of Rev. W. E. Hall and presenting* M.
young man, a devoted 'Christian, and a one of the biggest Improvements to beans.C. license, requested him to make them
work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK. COCOA, FLA. good son. His father has the sympathy. Stuart, this year. husband and wife. Mr. Hall compiled I
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S. Sohuyter's father has been visiting with their
of a large circle of friends. request by Joining +
Mrs J. C. Rogers received a wire, his son for a few days. them In the bonds of wedlock Mr.
.N., N.NNONNN.....NNN.O ON.+NN.INNN.N.N Countv Commissioner Bell was In townon 'Tuesday stating that her aunt had died Packard, the Is the ,
Was this groom freight agentof
T V. of Miami here
I Monday, and made arrangements to at New Castle, Va. She left on the mid Moore ,
the F, t:. V, Ry. Co., at Cocoa., lie.
..EAST'COAST 3STIEWS. have our disgraceful road put In gout: night train to aiteud.tue funeral, week, attending meeting the Pineapple Growers'Association has a host of friends and Is a most
It has been Impossible for a ladyto
shape.
The baseball boys are getting In /good worthy young man. Miss Hlbbs the
walk through It without getting; covered ifoik. '1 he diamond bas boon cleared Mr. and Mrs. Watson, of Alabama, bride lathe. daughter of Mr. Hlbbs; andstepdaughter

******************** with sand spurs and axle grease off, this week, and they expect to erecta are pending a few weeks with their of Mrs. Hlbbs who baa r
The weeds and grass are waist high. grand stand In the near future. ', sons, Jl. R. Uloou and E. J. Rlcou. been devoted. to her since a child o! y

Newsy Notes Contributed by Our' Regular We have beard some of our people W. II. Munch was bore Monday with Times .are Improving, and farmers are nine years of ge./ Miss Vera Is a very t
complain of of Indian popular young lady, and the '
our monotony hustling around looking utter fall and young peopie
Ills large new freight boat. Munch
Capt.
EastCoast'Corrospondents.Melbourne. River climate "always fair never any; with much are all her friends.
Corps ,of : loaded of fertilizer from the winter trucking Interest.
oarge new
The marriage ot these
"Florida, sweet Florida the peoplewas
clouds young
... railroad dock, for the bean growers ot W. H. Ilardee has returned from hla sanctioned, .
land of eternal sunshine and eternal by their f am I lie* months
oN8 NN.t...NNNNNN.NNNN.NNBNNf BiNN. flowers," etc. 'Well I If they have not the Island. summer outing In the mountains of since and their friends expected It to i

I been slttsfled with the variety furnished i Miss Susie:: Hopkins, principal of our North Carolina, looking well and hearty. take place 1000. {

: Eau Gallie.SARAH Inlthe last sixty days they would better pubilo school, Informs us that she hoi Baseball will bo one of the pleasant The unexpected marriage, as it was. I
move out. We've had the hottest, the forty-five pupils attending regularly features of the afternoon at Jensen on on Saturday evening" and without notice
calmest, the windiest, the stormiest two Miss Hopkins Is being ably assisted by Thanksgiving. The game will bo be- seriously disappointed, both the families

Subscriptions for the months that ever visited this or any other : Miss Kyle of West Jupiter tween West Palm lienoh and Jensen of the groom and bride, and their many'friends
ADVOCATE, It hall not been Florida weather because It completely deprived!
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be OEON. C.Eau HODGSON-PUYlICIA Gallle, Florida xxo Sua- country.any of tbe time. We will welcome : E. L. Squire, one of our advance tourIsts The Ladl,,"' Aid Society .Is preparingfor them of the opportunity of Riving them
received at the Melbourne Postoffico. bUjIUlaotive operations against tin the dinner nod
our old-time monotonous weather always Thanksgiving supper a nice wedding, as was anticipated, and
Northerly winds and cooler weather. "brlte and fare." sheephead family. Tuesday He landed to which all are expected to turn out for which preparations were being mndn
RICHARD W. GOODE.-Real Estate, Notary four beauties with his rod and reel. The and lend a helping hand to the good by both families; and, also, their many
Public and Agent fop JKtn
Conveyancer.
Liverpool and LolldonandGloheant lIarttordFire The recent cold wave caused a brisk On last Saturday a tornado PHHKOI tinning suuaiin Is now on m good eameittMeal's. wor k. ft lends. weiu. thus dvulud the opportunity
Inmiranca Companies. Special attention demand for stove wood, by our guests through this place, starting out In the or In iho their e
Will and John expresnlng
Dyer Taylor are Lake Worth oustonury way
paid to the Interests ot nonrealdonti.HOTEL and citizens. colored settlement and coming southwest The Indian River and
circulating petition auioug our citizens Pineapple Uiowois' Association held u Interest and regard on such occasions.
to the river: It lasted not more
JiELLEVUE-M..lboume. Florida. A Alex Near waiting! : for some belting than three minutes and did more damage which calls for ounnlbution toward) meeting In the Town hall thin week, E, The many filundsof butte parties wish
healthy winter resort on hlsrU vine ian, over'looking when his dredging plant will be readyfor building the bridges across Tiaycei 1'. Porcher and many others being In attendance. them all prosperity in thru new venture.
than the did! In three
big storm divys
Inillan River. Kates' t'J and upwardper business. and Pop"eltoo creeks. This is a rood __'_h.. .. .
day. Special rates per week or .......on. Several houses were moved off the blocks,
Write Manager for, It.rates W. Campbell to Madam Proprietor.E. M. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Budd are back, and} one of them badly wrecked. A move and Muurtlte we hope ou the to see list.the names of Neatly everybody In the pineapple l Not a Luck Day Since ,

and settled In the F. E. 0. Co.'. house, chicken coop was carried a quarter of a every section read the newsy ADVOOATB, and "I was taken severely sick wltb kidney
at the Eau Gallle Ion mile and landed In the suction house Stanley Hitching bas purchased the
sta' :
Miss Lillian that I Is one reason why It U sit good an troub I tiled all sorts of medicines
is e.
Ferguson now enjoying
yard. A pair of legging carried Trochee from. at Jensen,
were yawl, parties advertising medium Have tried an
her The Adrian Uod eone' you 01. which relieved One I
day
new tricycle. was en : ways none me.
from Henry Perry's house and hung on The Trochee, Is $0 (set over all, 11 feet ad. In the pink fFoley's u
I I last week paper ad. of Electric Bitters and
having some repairs saw an jour
necessary
Postmaster Gleason, of Eau Gal lie, Mrs. Saundei's fence. Wind brakes beam, and has bead room In her cabin
done to her deteimlnod to that, After taking a
steering tty
was In town Sunday. gear. were blown down, and at the Indian She Is a very comfortable cruiser, and,,
few doses I felt and have not
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert lire now settledIn River and Lake Worth Fish CD'S dock her present owner 1 informs us, that shot Honey and Tar always stops relieved
W. T. Wells has built a boathouse, In their Eau Gallie home fob the ,,"Ioter. the fish boxes were-blown Into the river. will be fitted up and will be for charter the cough and heals the lungs Refuse seen a sick. day since. Neighbors of
which to shelter hla launch. substitutes. Hold at lied Cross Pharmacy mine have been cured of Rheumatism.
after summering in Odeaaa/N, Y. The wind made a terrific noise. We this winter. '
Ernest think It Is time for these tornados to find Tltusvllle FJo. Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney trouble
of Ban Gallle
Taylor was In J. Clemsou ; Just two weeks that and This Is what U.K. .
Capt. W. was In town on ago we predicted general Debility.
another track In tbe habit of
they are
town recently, on a business visit, and last 'and ; the first of fish of Fremont
Sunday; Monday reports coming about twice a We don't we expected large run Hull. N. C., write.
T': C. Nicholson who bas been at Fort plenty of game! on the Banana river. need any more variety thank year. you about tbe IStb of this month, and wedon't South Rockledge. Only 60o, Red Cross Pharmacy.
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Fierce the past week, returned home seem to have been very far from ..
Sunday. Cords have been received In Eau Gal- the mark, as the entire fishing fleet oam -
lie, for the formal opening of the New Foley' Honey and Tar for coughs and In loaded on Tuesday the IRth. Thirty Indianola.Miss .
A number of our young people attended Carleton hotel at the 18th Mr. House Is packing oranges for n.
Melbourne on colds; reliable tried and tested safe and five barrels of abeep head went forwardby .
the dance at Eau OalHe laat Saturday E. Oelger. -
., Inst. sure. Sold at; Red Cross Pharmacy. express Wednesday.

evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pingrey of Delevsn, N. Rev. Bartlett called on Mr. and .Mr. Florence Frederick, of Miami, lathe

Mr. Cook and family of New Castle Y., are expected shortly In Eau Gallle, Tibbals. lie Could Hardly Get up. Salmon on Monday. guest of Miss Jtifcilo Handera.

Pa., are nicely settled In tbeMoFarlandcottage where Mr. Pingrey: has a winter home, Miss Dora Breese returnedlust week, Mr. and M.... II. II. Sanderson and
for the winter.L. on the corner of Young and Houston P. U. Duffy of Ashley, III., writes, after a delightful two weeks spent at daughter Miss. Bessie' of Scranton, !>....
I This Is to that I have taken two
C. Moore of Chicago, arrived In streets.S Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris and Mrs. bottles of certify: Kidney Cure and It Miami. arrived on, Tuesday. Miss Sanderson

town last Aloaday. and was the guest of Alex Near sailed for Melbourne, on i Chas. Harris were the gnests of Com has helped me more than any other The Rockledge Ladles Aid Society has. been III for some time and was
Mrs. John Goode while here. modore and Mrs. Sewell 01la.t quite tired out with the journey, but we>
Wednesday last, with dredging plant, on Tuesday. medicine. I tried many advertised met at Mrs. Salmon's, on Thursday' hope that a few weeks In their beautiful
where be will engage in dredging the will be remedies, but none of them me week and bad a enjoyable
Work on the new inlet from Crane There a dance at the Tibbals gave any very home may restore her to health..
channel from Indian River to Crane Club house relief. My Druggist recommended Fo.ley' meeting.
creek to Indian River has commenced.This Country on Tuesday evening,
creek Cure and bas cured )[r. and Mrs. David Carter of Ingram.
will be of much benefit to Mel November 22nd, at 7 p. m. Admittance Kidney It me. We are pleased to note the arrival of ,
bourne. Admiral and Mrs. Gillls and Mrs. 60cts. All are cordially Invited. Before commencing Its use I was In suchA Mr.\ and Mrs. Kendlg, at their new home Pa, and their niece;; Miss Tucker ot
shape that I could hardly get up when Boston and two servants, Arrived by private
of
Stlckney, Melbourne Beach were In welcome them
Mr. and Mrs. accompanied Mrs. E. J. Luce entertained at the the Travis grove, and we We
Henry Whiting, town on Wednesday last calling on once down. Sold at Red Cross Phar oar on Friday, understand that
arrivedin Clubhouse on Thursday evening last as neighbors.J. Carter has transfered his
by Mrs. McCoy of Iowa, friends. The Ad- macy, Tltusvllle. Mr. mall from
In the
party came ,
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Meloourne, Friday, and left for their miral's fast launch the Dawn.up "Black Mar.,, being much enjoyed in E. Bottler Is fertilizing the Ford this place to Merrltt, we shall miss themat
home at Melbourne Beach, on Saturday. the early part of the evening with dancing and Jackson groves this week. lie believes mall time but as they live Just on

Mr and Mrs. F. U. Colby of Maca- later. Fort Pierce. In putting It on In the fall a. wellas the "border land" between the two
Rev, Mlllldge Walker will bold service tawa, Mich., arrived In Eau Gallle last Tibbals Clubhouse will be open for Its In the spring1. plsnos, and the mall service U an hour
next Sunday, in Holy Trinity Episcopal week. The Captain will put the yacht members their families and on earlier at Merrltt, they thought It best
guests
about boxes
Coats
church, at 10tO: a. m. and 7iO: p. m. Mr Pinta into.commleslon at once, and will Thanksgiving night, when each memberwill The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. 8. shipped fifty Miss to receive their mall at the latter place.
of line from Pow
Walker Is forcible and should very tangerines
a speaker
have the welcome of our people., also Install a new 15-borsa power gasoline be asked to' contribute some old- Wl ey died on Monday afternoon from. er's grove and says that he will ship The event that Indlanolaltes have

motor. fashioned game for tbe general amuse congestion. about 300 more boxes. been looking forward to for a few weeks,

Admiral I Jas II. Gillls, wife and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Randall of ment. Tbe Episcopal church Is being treated demo occurred Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.
We pleased. { to note that the
daughter, Mrs. Stlckney, arrived In Mel. Boston, Maas., are expected In Eau Gal- i Quite a number of dinner parties will to a new coat of paint. R. I.. Good wlu crate. voted am fur the"ticket they nominated In the marriage of William Smlthle anti
bourne last week,en route to their win- lie, after the holidays. Mr. Randall has i be given on Thanksgiving day, calling a bas charge.W. at the prlinuiy and the Executive Mrs. Maty S.: Hitppoldt, at the hospitable -
ter home at Melbourne Beach Admiraland a fast launch housed In the harbor, and number of out of town guests to our It. Hardee here committee, a deserved gave snub. home of Mrs. S.: J. Field and
Mrs. Gillls spent most of the summer Is well known on the East Coast. A midst. Among the hostesses will be 'Monday stopped ovrr. nn was solemlzed by nev:Jno. N. Thompson -
abroad. hearty welcome awaits Mrs. Randall and Mrs. W H. Harris, Mrs. G. E. Saeger North." Carolina.night on his way home from i Mr. and Mrs. A, L. Averlll 'of Madison In the presence of a hose of friends,
the her husband. and Mrs. E. J. Luce. WIs. arrived at their winter homo, and iiklghbors. The brides home wu
About 250 Invitations for
out
are Mrs. II. Jennings and Miss England, on kriday lost. They were accompanied formerly Pendleton, 8. 0., but for- the
opening of the new Hotel Carleton; on Mrs.C.Ainsworth entertained on Tues- The funeral services of Mr. Alfred of Tibbals, were pleasant visitors to.this by Mr. Averlll's sister Mrs. Belle past two :years/ haa been. In Merrltt and
Friday evening, Nov. 18, 1904, from eight day last. .A large and : Interesting Eden church b
very Richards at on Monday place on Tuesday.Mr. Poole, of Hpartn, WIs.Rockledge.. Indlsnola, where she has made many
until ten o'clock. Heston's Orchestra, company were present, and the time afternoon, were largely attended. The friends by her sterling qualities of mind
of Daytona will furnish music during passed pleasantly with cards, music, etc. pallbearers were, Messrs. Fred Hudson, and Mrs. A. Buck were In townon and heart. The groom was for almost,

the evening. Mrs. Colby, Mrs. Gilbert Mrs. G. F. Samuel Webb, C. A. Robinson, Otis Wednesday, visiting Mends, who twenty years a resident of this place

Thomas Chaffee left here, last Friday Paddlaon, Mrs. Hatch, Miss Mathers, Cureton, Frank Richards and Harry were glad to see them and Is known far and near as an honest.
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for Brooklyn, N. Y., baying Just received' Dr. Sarah:: C. Hodgson, Miss Hodgson Thompson. The greatest sympathy WAS II. L. Franklin and family arrived upright and true gentleman. The pro.
the sad news pf the death of his only tbe,Misses Lee, Mrs. Hodgson Mrs. U. felt and shown fur the passing of this From Arkansaw, last week, They Intend A. L. Hatch returned from Furl Christmas pact! Is very promising for, an unusually ",

son, William of typhoid fever. Our Christian\ and Miss McAllister, were young locating here, for the present. early this week. bappy married life. The bride looked

deepest rapatby goes out to the bereaved I' among the ladies present.Disastrous life.A W. II. Tubbs. wife and son arrived The cool weather we are having Is her own dignified and gracious self. In M 1
Runaway Jllcycle. beautiful while dress .
and carried
In this sad hour. >
parent beautiful color to the
} giving
I / a oranges,
home on Saturday night, from a fewmonths'
"Vreck Terminated with an ngly cut on the and boxes are being shipped. lovely bunch of rosis. The groom wa
We predict the coming season"will be leg of J. B. Orner, Franklin Grove, III. visit In Connecticut: many too happy looking to need any tilsgrlptlon. -
one }he brightest In the history of Mel. Carelessness Is responsible for many a It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding Ira Darling passed away last Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Paul A, Shares arrived They will reside at Mr.
bourne. With three good hotels to accommodate railway wreck and the same causes are to Doctors and remedies for four years. jay, from consumption lie hud been Saturday night and preparation are Imlttile's home In North IndlsnoU where
visitors, and our houses and making human wrecks of sufferers from Then Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured It. in bad health for several year. being made to open the Itockledge hotel, lie has a very promising orange grove

cottages full of pleasant people, we will throat and lung troubles. But since It's just as good for Burns, Scalds, A. II, Smith bas been adding .a paqk and pineapple farm. The congratulau\ ;
no doubt have a gay and profitable season I the advent of Dr. Ktng'jf New Discovery Skin Eruptions and Piles. 2.x). at the Mrs Felgel! and daughter arrived on Ing house and repairs to a boathouse at Ion. and good wishes of their many 1 1
for Consumption Coughs and Colds Monday night, and are comfortably lo- .
Red Cross Pharmacy Titusville Fla. friends were also accompanied by many;
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Brown entertained I even the worst cases can be cured, and sated. The Doctor Is all smiles, now Mrs. Chatlleld's) sunshine cottage In lub.tanUallClfl., too numerous to men.Ion. -

a number of friends In the New hopeless resignation Is no longar neces Do not forget the Dime Tea to be South Rockledge. .

Brown House) on Wednesday evening,' sary. Mrs. Lois Cragg of Dorchester, Georgiana. given by the children, of the Episcopal W. V. Rhoad received word, early In ....... .
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the Oth Inst. Music was furnished by AI...., Is one of many whose lite was church at the Fort Pierce hotel next the week that hfs aged mother residing
Meadames E. M. Campbell, Mrs. Chas. saved by Dr. King's New Discovery.This jaturdar. at Arlington Heights, Ohio, bad passed
Campbell the Misses Florence Hodgson, great remedy Is guaranteed for all The prospects of our town are very away Tuesday morning.The FOIl SALE. ;
Mattie Brown and Nellie Gard. Dainty throat and lung diseases. Sold at Rod flattering for this winter, as every house Rev.. Tompkins held services l In the

refreshments were served and all report I. Cross Pharmacy. Price fiOo. and. $1.00. In town Is rented. Methodist church last Sunday: morning young people friends of Mr. and Over 1,000 acres on Indian River Fla.
and Mrs. Packard them a reception
give
a most enjoyable| time. Trial bottles free. returned and evening. Quite a number were in Roy
Mr A..L. Brnner and family attendance. and dance at the Cocoa Hall, on BUILDING LOTS: WILD LAND.
From their pleasant summer outing Friday evening at 8 o'clock.
W. A. Herman of Finch Ark., writes, about two weeks ago. The Tltusvllla merchants do not seem ORANGE Jb GRAPEFRUIT" GROVES,, ,
"I wish to report that Foley's Kidney OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF WAL-: to know how to advertise.! Let them Louis Selber wife and his brother,
Cure bas cured a terrible case of kidney ton's Rapid Calking Tools now in use Miss HatHe Bower was visiting' her take: pattern by our up-to-date merck Richard stared) on Wednesday morningFor PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, r
and bladder trouble that two doctors by host owners In tbe United States. brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Hervey ants. Advertising certainly brings the Artesla Iq their launch to visit their -$, to $1,000 PER ACUK-

bad given op." Sold at the Red Cross Price $...00 and 3.0U-eacb, at the AD- week Bower at their new home In Cocoa last justness to opr live town. aunt, Mrs. Hogan for a few days.Rey. Owing to poor health. owner will sell
office Tltu.vllle,11*. ,
Pharmacy Tltusvllle Fla. VOCATB W. E. Hall left Tuesday on the
Mr. and Mrs. II I4COO Ir. Mrs. Bower Rev. 3flIIedge Walker, Melbourne, I any quantity desired cheap 'on easy
.. and daughter Miss Hattie, and Mrs. C. who bas> charge of the Episcopal churchis noon train, for St. Augustine to attend erms. Rare opportunity for profitable
the meeting of the East Florida Pre.bytery.
D. Provost called to see Mrs. ,Hughes this end of the county, held services which convened on Tuesday at vestment' ,
Monday afternoon. In St. Andrews church, last Sunday JAB. HOLMES,

Ia: E & L IF: Ezra Simmons and wife, of Kenosbo morning and evening, when large 000gregatione 7 p. m. l-12t Jensen, Fla.

i WIs. and their daughter Mrs. Hemp..toad were In attendtnce. W. V. Rhoads and child arrived on _._ .
__- ; and her two children, Miss'Adel- His two sermons were greatly appreciated the: mid-night train Wednesday, and are --- -
sd. and Master Edward arrived on by all present. Mrs. 0. M. Horton guests of Mr. Thomas, as owing to the
; l Wednesday of last week. kindly played the organ for the services, llnsss and death of Mr. Rhoads' mother
jIiN S t1 :aiAINIC E the regular organist being out of town. he did not expect them until later. ere o

i iw A Policeman' Testimony. Jas. I* Wilson of Rockledge received
Doesn't Respect Old Age. information that bis daughter Ruby
J. N. Patterson night policeman of who has been a successful teacher In
If you are contemplating taking out Fire or Life Insurance, give us Nashua Ia., writes, "Last winter 1 bad U'. shameful when youth fails to Indiana for the last its: years, has entered -

will Good Insurance and Reasonable a bad cold on my lungs and tried at leasta show proper respect for old age, bat as .a probationer the Epworth 1 1
a call and we guarantee you. half dozen advertised cough medicines just the contrary la the case of Dr. Hospital l. at South Bend, Ind.. with .a

Bate as can be secured in any Reliable Old-Line Company and bad treatment from two physicians Sing's New Life Pills. They cut off view of taking a three years course of
beoeflt friend maladies no matter bow severe and
without getting: any A training as a nurse.A .
S ..&;; .fj v VM. :JTIE1.: cto W .1. f.sffK SXTg .kfsrts.; recommended Yole,'. Hooey and Tar rressectlve of old age. Dyspepsia. I It
MARINE INSURANCE.Our and two bottles eared me. 1 consider It Jaundice, Fever, Constipation all 1 yUldxt & big ripple of surprise was manifest k' ,
and
LIFE. FIRE the greatest cough and long medicine In this perfect Pill. 23c, at the Red Sunday morning when It was learnedthat ,

Companies wi LSO( Represent have an th only Florida Test of Firs Tlrrt Insurance-OVER Company SRS.i the world. Bed Cross Pharmacy. Cross Pharmacy, ..fUo..me.J'Ia. about 8 o'clock Saturday evening,

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V j TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. I J LOCAL TIME CARD No.56. In Effect Juno 4,1904


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; I On the Banks of the Far FamedIndian a/ !. >>UMllL I STATION !_!.117.i1 TN /

i ..................... at ..................... a
0I 101........... .............*> jMfcsoavlU ......................J.. //la
10 16.1..8..401l1l.&n... .....-................ tea
River. I .t 11 ST a. ............................ ............................ b a 100'
: V II U ... ...... ........... ...........k.Palatlla.............................. 1Na I

.1' ..ltAltItItItItAItAAIt* i 1110 ,. Ar ...........................PaI&lI&. ...........................L../ 10. !
b ..VVell-Iinown Orange, ,Vegetable Fish and cy 1T U 16.. L. .........................P.latk....... .....................1 Taa I 111:

1 M Section. ho / *> H IMP 4r ..............................)1.- .........................Lv ,
: Hunting ...* ". lit' ................. ......,,:w.teo..4 fIii is;

IM Mlt.:from JaokionvUto. 11& MU.. from St.Angruntln. f n ftp LM ........................... Nora ...........................Lv f MaMa
...........+..................*.......*++++..k...4...* p ..............................Dunnells. ............................, 6 ,
53 .11 ..............................Dnpont. .....................n....... n i MaTa :
TUB TOWN OF TltUSVlLI.B 15 p ......................./..... Ormond .............................. lot I
California Prune Wafers.Are If p ... ..... .. ..............Dartona...................... ....... b.p i
I Is situated on the bank. of the far I 18 ........."...............Port Orang............................ 46.
famed Indian and I the line of made from the fresh California 05 p ............................New, am rna.....................,. ..... M a
l River on fruit used all over the land to coot and 11 p ...,........................Oak Hill.............................. 6r. II
Ii t the Florida East!; Coast Hallway, 155 refresh the stomach and Intestines and I P ............ ...... .s IJ.fi" a
.I'' miles south of Jacksonville, 118 miles I P ..............................TitueviUs..N......... $1.
4 iron 145 miles north of to keep the bowels active. The most. .................,......... ........ U
St.Augustlne delioae( Invalid can take these Wafer fi"p.. ...........................Ka: Oallli............................. N. Ml i ,
raJa Beach and 212 soles north of for constipation Indigestion, and all p .:........................... ..bourn..........._.................. 4s U II
.Miami. The Tltusvllle branch of the I I MiMa P .. ..... ....................8.tta.\I...... ..................... 60. It tS
Udfunct J., T. .fc K. W. By., now con liver and bowel troubles, without fear of { p ;,............................*. ( LU I.............................. 01. M..,
s i griping or pain. They act gently but .11 P ......................... ; .. .................... 55 1 .
t' .trolled by the Florida :East Coast hall surely stimulate digestion and hasten IS 11 ........................."K..Tlbbalr........_.....,......... i !
way Co., also runs Into the town, this Tri-\Veekly Sailings I 41 11 p ..............................'d........,.........................1' I ISKl
'+ being the term Inial point of that branch. the passage and absorption of food, refreshing n On ...............................J.n... ......,............... ........ _.
the whole body. 100 Wafers 25o. I MBT p ........................... .8''an. ... .... ..._........... !1 P q.
There are about ten trains running Into at the ted Cross l>harm8Qy-Tltull9l11e. H P ...........................Hobe Sound....:...................... p
Titusvllledaily, Intermediate points BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. I f7 p............. -.........Wett ptt.r..........._......... P 1qe
during the winter season. TltusTille Is 4 MaMa- UP....................., W. P.l.. B.__ .......................... 1J..as Ins '
'f division Vl.ltlua Card.. of the of the {
one headquarters Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) Ml 11 .. ..Delra .
P ''''*' ''''' ''''>'1: 5gp Tn I. '
r. E. C. Railway Co. The Chinese who seem to bare .. I 0. p ... ............. ......Ft. Lau derd. I..l+ P
Tltusvilla has shelled streets, electric known most of our new Ideas used in the Coastwise Service Mar 13 p ...'......................,.. Hatlandale ......... .................. jM n
p reliable bank The Finest Steamships .a 4p .............."...Lemon City.........:.................. 10 p i 101
the Indian
lights, a very ( visiting, curds 1,000 years ago but M* 10 pAr..a. .................. ...M1ami..L. Mp Iq6
t River State Bank) a good; tnewspaper their cards were very large and not The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
I the EAST COAST ADVOCATE sample
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copies of which will be sent to any part really the prototyped. of our visiting Direct Service Between .AXITORD BRANCH. OltAITOB: CITY :BRANCH.Ho.lt .

,'' li ,r of the United States or Canada free'! cartlM ns they were on soft paper and Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. K.irPally Nv.12Pally IPally T
Board tied with rtbbou. Venice to STATION. STATIC* .
,! ,P line brlolf, well tooked stores, a seems ) I Dell D.11 Ball*
of Trade five white churches and two have been the find city In Europe to (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) <
T OS T"> .Tlta.vill.A It BOp l lOOp JOlOalUla Lv..x. Bnyraa..Ar 1e
lI + colored churches, large; fisheries,a tannic use cards. Some dutlrikt from the latter SEMI-WEEKLY SAILINGS 1 Ma.M '.'.''..''..'.... OeteeD..4r II >*iaIi 144p Lv. I ski Helen .Ar ,
acid factory (Florida Extract Co.), an Ice part of' the sixteenth century are ...... ..,.. .... .. ... .. ..... .. ....... .. ...... .. ..trom Lewis Wharf Boston a LVMa 'T.......... n..rprt..t.r) 11 OOa | B8p HS9all Lv.Orana-K Oily' ,Ar loop iOp ,
yi factory, a well organized band, an opera preserved la a museum there. The Northbound. ,.. ..:.::........ ........ .. .....::.:::::from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville Ar.......... Sanford .........Lv 10 Wa OOp d6a Ar..Or.01rJe..Lv t Ill:

house, law and real estate offices, an excellent German cities followed the Venetian N*.23 I No.21Dally No. 19Dally No. 17 No. 18 No.CVDally *.18Dally No.24Dally
u school, shooting club, a large custom 100 yours or BO. Then London Clyde St. Johns River Line. PS.sad I DallyKATPOBT Dailyexoept Rat
hotel and, a number of good boarding. 'wady Dally, |except e.tg
lion sea. followed suitactually followed suit- (Denary Line.) only Sands and' onlymi

As the county seat of Brevaid County, for the first visiting card In Great BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. I 1 {8 p 4 00 I OOp Ma LTj'okeonT'e Ar 7 00Wa I 40aKla p p I Up I p
5''e it has a court house and a modern brick Britain wore playing cards. or purts Stopping;at Palatka, Astor St. rrnnola, Heronford(DeLanU), and Intermediate land.lags 17 p 4 55 108 p 1 M a So.JaouoavlUe 1 8 l i p i lap I p
0 10 /t 33 1 10 Ova Pablo JReaohAAtlantlo I SHa a oo s $0 e 40
un thset.John'sRlvor. p t4 ? p p 1 a,
; Jail building, but rarely any pilaoners in of Bitch cnrda bearing the name of the I '
r 'q 30M 53 V 1111> ID 14 a Beaea I16 a Tbs $ I$5p
+rr itr. The population Is about 1000. bcstower on the back. They were first Commencing Tuesday, November 111,100.& 1010 in 80p COp 1)50aArMsyport) Lv laa tuts Mu SIQ p IS!
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: f The Circuit Juoge and the County Used In England about 1700. We -do 'STEAMERS"CITY O V JACKSON' VI LLI3"ttiid PKtiD'K DeBAR Y. ,

r Judge reside here not know when they were first used! Are appointed to null an followx 1.0 avo JackaonTllla, daily except Saturdays, 8:30: p. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI \
8:30 .
Returning leave.Banfurd A nKAt/rur SECTION In thin country probably not long after "
sd' SuuLb.Jlouud SCHEDULE North-Bound OLOSK CONNECTION MADE AT MIAMI WITH ITIAMSHIP.. OP.THE .f.: A 0. *. I. COMPANY FOI
; Illness BO rare, that one doctor find, : their first Introduction into Britishsociety Read down. Read up. .
"' time to act as Justice of the Peace and I Leave 3110 p. .: _\rrtve II uo a. m. HAVANA AND KBY WEST ",.
Notary Public besides attending to his Leave It oIlS p. m. ....................... .. ..1'aI.tka.......... ................. Lease 8 CO p. m. .
Leave 8 DO a. m..:... ..... .... Astor ............ .......... Leave as( p. m. I \
p ? I medical practice. prominent. phylclan Uas Stood the Test 25 Years. Leave .80 a. 111. ........,. ........St. Frauds ....................... leave II DO p. au Thee. Time Tables show the \ which trains may exneotad to arrive and dnirt
t1 in an article on the health lIf Bre Leave ......,...... ... ..i.eredord (leLadd) ..... .. .............. Leave 1 DO p. m. fromtaeBordo several vtatlona, but their arrlvat or departure at the tlnei itatoil is n.t naraniMd..
ward (this being 100 mile. The old original GBOVE'B Tasteless Arrive II 301 I" m.. ... ............ ....... 8..nforll.. .. .... ... ...... .... Leav.I 80 a.. w. .e the Comp.. hold Itaelf responaible tor any delay or any eoaeequenee arlalng IkoePer I
County county Chill Tonic. You know what you are Arrive 10:00: a. tn. .................... .....Enterprise.....,.......:............. Leave 10 0tJ a. m. ......
V'y' long, making one-fourth of the East I
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Coast) says taking. It is Iron and quinine In a tasteless Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,Jacksonville.
Indian River furnishes foi m. No cure no pay, SOots. at the : Copy of th. LOO AX. TIMID OJLJLD .r Otbar Z>fennat_
The an unsurpassed >
I Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle, Fla.Surc F.IH.IRONMONOERaaAutOen.Pass. Att.): 304 Went Bav, 8t.I&OI yr asylum for the Invalid from then G.COOfBa Jr., Local Frt.-ARt. Jaduonvllle O. P. LOVKLL Superlntandaiit Jacluonrllle. BZX: : THE TICKET AOKMT."
chilly blast of old winter. It In equal. toot Hogan St. .faoknonvllle Fla.'
oed by' few sections of the world In its. ..... A.O. KA.GBRTY; Oen'l EMt'n Pss.. A/(t. New York, CLYDE Mf LNK, Qen. Frt. Aiet.; New York. t J. D. RAITNEH Aaat. O>en. Pasa. JLgmt.. ST. A'UOUUTINJI: ( n..&. I
THEO. U. KOKK, General Mananr.; WM. P OL.YMB* CO.t.Gen.nl AgentstChesebrougb
freedom from damp and foggy mornings.; With great care and enrich labor a Building 19 State St..Opposite Battery ".rk. New York. .

4"' ". Its sandy soil swallows up whatever caterpillar\ climbed up a tall spear of C. II. WALTON. Agent Tltmvifte. Fla.
rainfall the passing showers may bring, grass When he reached the top he .
1 the surface free from redundant
t leaving stood on bin hind end and waved 'bin.
p! ,water, so that there is absolutely no mud
front end In the
air.
for the pedestrian to chill his feet with.
"+ "The invalid seeking recuperation "JuMt ns I feared" said he. "Success Atlantic Coast Line
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r 1 from the ravages of that Invincible destroyer does not bring! bnpplness." R'y.

{1, of our race Inxiorthern latitudes, But than he turned and climbed

pulmonary disease will meet In many of down for tile caterpillars are wiser
j the resident population practical demonstration than meu.-l'uc, The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets ,

,p of Its beneficent Influence on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November.
t'. The writer of this article came to this W..t..d Southern
Cash l Railway
eotlon In January, 1875, from central "Improvident? Well. I should say! TO.TilE EAST. :
Ohio, suffering/ from pulmonary con
i; sumption. Improvement was deflnate the Fie upends his money In the moot foolish Over Its own rails\ to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thencevia V
and continued residencehas way" the Pennsylvania Railroad. '
V4 E. Urst winter a
resulted In confirmed good health, "Indeodr :'j" '
continuing to the present year." "Yen. Why only the other day he TO THE WEST. ; : WORLDS FAIR ROUTE

1 spent half a dollar to advertise for an The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The: Mobile & Ohio R. R. ,';.. .
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FillS DRi VEe. umbrella he bad lost"-Philadelphia t ; : .

1'' There are fine drives along! the banksof Ledger TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. ';. .

Indian River and through the hammocks Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Pblladeldhla, Bos .
? and orange groves.; There are -- ---- ton. Via Norfolk Steamer::! to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah < ;,.'
'' some very fine oradge groves In the and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore I ,
neighborhood of Tltusvllle, and It would PrOVerbS aud Philadelphia. \ :,
?j.t; pay the visitor to these parte to go and '
view them. ', .I// .1.. Best Line to St. Louis, Mo. :
TO KEY WEST AND. HAVANA. '
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P N'' A MAGJUFIOKNr SHBBTjOP WATKK.: =. Via Peninsular A Occidental Steamship.Company. .

ytL To the southeast of Tltusvllle lies a When the butter won't Superb Dining Car Service I
magnificent sheet of salt water about six Connection Made Jacksonville for all Points ,
miles wide, formed by the waters of the come put'a penny in the

,:. Indian River. Here fishing, wild duck "
shooting, sailing and rowing can be In. churn, is an old time dairy MILEAGE, TICKETS. .
dulged In to the heart's content of the Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal .
MI moat fastidious sportsman. proverb. It often seems to railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. Stop-overs $going and returning at Atlanta Knoxvllle,.Louisville and principal

'rc0'i' BOMB KXCKLLKtrr LAND. work though no one has ever For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, North Carolina Mountain Resorts ,, "

FRANK O. BOYLSTON, Diet Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK, Tray Pass.
Agt.
There Is a large area of primeval forest told why. 138 West Bay 3U, Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. See High Bridge (highest railroad bridge in the world), Famous Blue Gran
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fl Mt + and prairie )land In this section, When mothers worried II. M. EMERSON Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent Region, Lexington and Louisville .
nVIt where the hunter delights to go after are WILMINGTON. N. C. \ t f }
wild turkey deer quail, English snipe, because the children do not Free reclining chair cars and high-class day coaches,' Through Pullman sleep

etc., etc ; and where the thrifty settler log cars, Jacksonville to St.'Louis. -

r may find some of the finest hammock gain strength and flesh we GE. .JJ3<>.A..JRD: vt .
land In the state for the growing of fruit Folders. rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlon. i if
and vegetables say give them Scott's Emul. ., : 1 .,iT.

3 CANAVERAL CLUn. sion.It. AIRLINE RAILWAY.FOR r

On the Atlantlo Ocean ])each .
nearly is like the in the !
4';' in a direct line with Tltusvllle is Canaveral penny ", I
Club which Is surrounded by over milk because it works and --r I ... i

pI. 10,000 acres of land. This property Is i ; o. X TTS :BCL, Diet Pa .. Agt, J
rf owned by some of the most prominentand because there is something SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, ." I

wealthy residents of Boston, who 108 West Bay St. .. .' .Ja'clsonvllle Fla. 1
come to Tltusvllle every winter to board; astonishing about it.' WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, ,

their launches for the Club House. Scott's Emulsion ,is simplya V ( rains I i

f1 HUNTING AND CRCISINO.Tttusvllle milk of pure cod liver oil V |r. Two Elegant I .

Is virtually the head of Indian -'>
Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail
River, and the favorite points of tit. with some 'hypophosphites '. ,

i ting out and starting numerous cruising especially prepared for delicate '". .' MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. T
El parties during our balmy winter months; '
a* everything neuessary to comfortably stomachs. ONLY LINE Operating Dally 'Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. ._
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t' f equip' a pleasure yacht or huntlug party :I
t; !, cad be obtained In Tltusvllle at the most Children take to it naturally

p, reasonable prlcu This Is evidenced by Information and reservations call Iajjtjj
full
because they like the taste For sloeper on. any Agent
the fact that the same parties have: been v, es
coming to Tltiuvilld for Seaboard,or write i
annually
mnv and the takes just .
remedy
f as
V ,r, winters for that purpose, in preference A. O. MACDONELt. As U Gen }>alls. Agt.. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.JACKSONVILLE. ;
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i a to other points along the East Coast. naturally to the children because : FLORIDA !

Gt 1 ICALTI- it is so perfectly adaptedto ---------_. -- -. -- -- -- STEAMSHIPSLargest
The cool, refreshing health-giving
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their
r ojone-ladan breezes: wafted UCCIOSH' from wants. : and moat thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coiut.
EXPERIENCEmam
+ I the Atlantlo Ocean and the broad; Indian KIDNEY DISEASES
,Il River are among the enjoyable features For all weak and pale and -NO OVERCROWDING_

t of this phenomenal location on the East: thin children Scott's Emulsionis 1 IMPORTANT 8TATEROMSJARF. POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on the* s

Coast of Floi'Ma. the most satisfactory. treat. are the most lab) of all dis r ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the numberof ertb*

1 COMB: TO TnUSVILLK. or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers Individ"

,, The facts presented should have ten ment. eases.. service and attention.
tM decay to direct the attention of TRADC MARKS -
1 manyprospective ce--: We will send you KIDNEY CUBE It ISuarastitd OcallaasCoi
settlers and -
visitors to thiscosy 0 PASSENGERS LEAVE
' the penny, / e., a vataavs AC. JACKSONVILLE.EVERY FRIDAY.
, town of Tltunvllle, on the banksof FULL I Btmidj .
Anyone .ndtn5 .kMrh ni
draorlptlon may
the Indian Itlver.Opaixc. sample free. .cuo.n.ln our oiilnloa; frw6.her ao (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Tlme.UuIGDJ
v dni.klr I. pruh.blf DKWntnMa., Commiinlnk .

f lie, sure that this picture. In or money refunded. Contains "tlon..trl.tlfamedsntl.l.>= c <1 th form ol a !Ub l on the P>, ukfin IErnu.li Muna Acqwrtai
Cures a cold ID'' 21 hours If yon have wrapper of ..v..ry tract!*' of remedies recognized by eminent notice, .without' Db........la tb. realvs Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
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V 14 La Grippe, cold neuralgia or headache, Lmuliuoa you bu, physicians as the Best lot Scientific Jlmcricnw;! FAMOUS "SEA'ISLANDS." N
a few Opaac tablets will cure you to SCOTT & BOWNe.Chemists .
stay cured.! They are a Kidney and Blidder troubles. Aband.omahlllear.i.d w.sk) '. Tarv..t ... aslractlona
great tonic dulation of .njr.,, T.rra..18 a Through tickets sold to all northern Points. For full Information regarding
better than Quinine or Morphine, and Niles r Are> aM 31.01, month.".:'IIJ4Q a,:JMIINN J\\ nsasd.dw,. offered/ by no other line w
apply
diagrams
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do not affect,/ the heart. Price 25 cents. 2. Co York
w i iStfld at the Red Cross Pharmacy, :Sat and$i.oo; druggists. Red Cross Pharmacy J r t"w.iaNew. ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 I West Baj Sreet, lacisont1De; Florid

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JACKSONVILLE. JOB PRINTING of all kinds done' at MELBOURNE.: ',
A NEW NICOTIANA. this office at reasonable rat... Give .
WINDSOR HOTEL I us a share of your work.Wfe "
It Produce Frofnalo of tmrm,, ..-.--__,_.__ ,. --0 NeW Hotel Carleton MELBOURNE; FLO IDA.
JACKSONVILLE :FINEST AND FLORIDA'S .Brllllaat ...! ........ Flower. I Brevard County,' '.

.,. LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUNIfoT1cL.' In the new annual' Nlcotlana sande- ; Finely situated' on a high bluff overlooking; the INDIAN RIVER.
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I rae having large rosy carmine flowers! i J8 ri! Surf and still salt water bathing1. Hunting and Flatting ;Sanitary

on bushy many branching plants two I try CD plumbing, furnace.heat and gas-light. Hates : $:j per day and up.
feet high American Gardening thinks i Speolal by the week. Private Bathe. ,
a very noteworthy addition to garden; ; ''r- x ROBERTSON & FERGUSON.
,Cowers Is seen. It tmys; the flowers of ,
this new plant measure about one and 0
t&ree-quarter" Inches In diameter, are :i: r >> ,r :NEW YOILIClloteMar1borough .

br 'a brilliant carmine red. lasting i
about fourteen days, and are producedIn 'r''
iui great quantities. Ou one of theJUCOTIANA l

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111 r E-iou r) Broadway, :UOthtoul :JTth Streets, NEW t:0RK.lOORoonfr. :. .
.. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirely wltltt) 16ctl'lo lights ,Conducted
i a on- mel'lmtu and Kuropoua: plans, and in. miiungod under the person i ,
i) JIf supervision of the owner dto Manage"\ i
O E. S. CROWJ5LL, v v.S.
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DODGE & CULLENS, OWNERS AND PROPRIETOR .a \

--.-------.-- --------.- .. -. .----- -----..--.-----..-- 1 ro1S Een Is close to theWaba8h. entrance, to the Woild's Fair', and .Is'easily; \ reached. by

G .ft'g J f!: the VVorld'i Fair shuttle trains from Union Million and the Olive' and Del-
DDYAL HOTEL i JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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=: ">i" & mar oluctrlh t 0 car This hotel la conducted on the European': plan, and the i1
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',,1 ,- o', '0 0 E-t a 0en rates range from $1 to $3 per lay There! are no inside rooms It lit the },;
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Opposite po totUce. Centrally located. 0 Thoroughly, 'Vw I,,repaired',r
o traftoe to Fair j
CD ground .
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novate.!. Newly.furnlHbe'd,' throughout/. Liberally conducted . !: Ir > 9 For purtloulnre\ wilto to WM. MOPE COOK:, |president <) ,Jf,;HILL, Y Yvioe

." -presidonb and manager, HOTEL NAPOLEON; : BONAPARTE:, S>t. J ,
per N .
Rates $2.50 and .1'Ojt "
up. SAKDKRJIK. Louis, Mo., or go direct to the above hotel
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*," ... B., W SPERRT"f ,. Proprietor plants exhibited. abrond were twpnty- : '< ___'-' _. H_ .__...............__ 'I --:---'
.' two flower spikes pith\;' 231 open dow
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ers. .c JOB PRINTING"7.Executed
Plants mined In England lu sprini
by the same manner and nielUol: n' S'J} f
H. N. O'NEAL i I ,
any of the hardy, annuals will flower g-g li1iS \
In May give a continuous display ol (Q d at the office of theEAST ; '
bloom all the summer and autumn In
HAS LEASED THE r N < is +
the roundnnd will\ make eztraordltmry -
open
branched specimens. re- Jg r J COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
ARAGON HOTEL taming their leaves lu the baxe. In this. a
country the robal.Jl\JtI\ lI.nl'e for much ,
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i JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It culture.

U open on the American plan. Rates $2.60 per day and upwards. This valuable novelty Is undoubtedly/
'The many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed, and It Is destined for universal use. It Is a '
now seoood to none in the city. Both cuislie and service unsurpassed plant for the million., possessing all the ,
in the Booth. Rooms with private bath, $.i per day and upwards.' best 'qualities of Nlcotlana aiflnls. HAVEYOU r
( with myriads of lovely calanthe-llke
blossoms. The flowers do not close In r rS.
( WESTMORELAND HOTEL Weat Bay and Cedar Streets. the daytime like those of ft.' afllnla.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA The odor of N. snnderae U described
\ as not so powerful. as that of Its white .
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- parent. '
This hardy plant with Its rosy car ,, .
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water mine flowers, will assuredly have a .. ..'t" "', .\ THE I
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most beautiful effect In the garden either ; ,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five, minutes from any wharf or depot. :All: In flower beds shrubbery bordersor
In the wild garden-In tact In any r
street oars the door. Rates ti.OO to
pass $2.50 per day.
position among annual of any color or
kind of foliage whether In the background s
Mrs A. J. WALKER
Proprietor. \
or In the open will be useful. ,


-The New Travelers Hotel HARDY BORDER PLANTS 4
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Th. Benntlfal n.rb.e.o.. Perennial. WALTON
-On."the American and European Plan- .n4 Their Proper Car*. ?

ILTnder new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant It Is H common belief that a border

family home. Rates: American Plan, $:!.OO and $2.60; European, /SOots. I of hardy plants, native or otherwise,
once planted Is a fixture and will keep .
and All form
up. cars Union Station stop at the door. n.
on increasing In beauty.
H. Wh HANCOCK, Proprietor.The To a certain extent this Is true when
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, Is under the compared with summer bedding and .
same management. half hardy; plants In general but If /S e
\ half the attention and expense were
devoted to the herbaceous borders that '.. .));! .
New Hotel t I Windle e JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. are given to the former the results
10 East Forsyth Street. would be far more satisfactory.
To obtain the best result from the "
hardy border attention should be given -
Center of City j cool, airy rooms; 11rs-class In all appointments. The best as to bow often the different kinds

$2 to $2.50 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European requlre_tronsplantlng. Such kinds as Y 11

plan, $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near hollyhocks foxgloves. Sweet Williamsand I" H
Canterbury bells give the best results ,
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. 'If treated as biennials unless ,
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planted In places peculiarly adaptedfor '. ,
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them. "
WOLFE'S' EUROPEAN HOTEL Corner Bridge and Bay Stieets.JACKSONVILLE Then follows the section that arriveat ...t ,
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their beat the second and third year i : \':\,
from the time of pion Ung. These can "
':--Rooms SOc)s, 75cts and $1.00A '
readily be recognised! by their mode ... -
first-class Restaurant In Connection. of growth. They spread and Increase :'" 0

J. II. WOLFE, Manager. by; an underground stem and are mostly ,. ,A NEW INVENTION
.fall blooming. Including all the perennial .\ i ; .
"- sunflowers, asters. goldenrods. .
HOTEL DESOTOFormerly Under new management American and, European. belenlums. etc. These should be dug '

Plan. Re-furnished., Centrally Located. up and replanted about every third v fi
Recently Patented all Oyer (be World.
] and If possible ttelr location on .
( Geneva.) ;year
COots. and .
Room : 75cts. $1
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the border changed as each kInd of

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S. P. NASH, Manager. plant exhausts the; soil of food peculiar : '
to Itself. .: The WaltonSelMocilng
Among the kind that may be left -. .
OLD SEABREEZE. GOOD ALL, FLA. undisturbed for a' longer period are

peonies. Iris, dlctamnus. bemerocallls, '
funkla. etc. These have thick fleshy Tackle Block. > .
OLD SEABREEZE, .& root stocks and will be satisfied with
The Seaside Inn a top dressing of manure dug under lathe '
GOODALLFLA.In spring. e This load-holdlag block Is mad. In var, '
ous shapes and sixes, of WOOD IRON .
now open foe the winter season, under the management of the owner, Roos r.. .. r...>. or .er..... and BRONZE. Will work equally well
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona Of the climbing varieties of roses with rope, chain or wire rope. .

Beach, the hotel Is modern in all Us appointments, with large,' airy, pleasant Crimson Rambler, Heine Marie Henrl- Will work at any bight, upside 'down| ;
room overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng's Casino and Pier. ette. Gardenia. Ards Rover and all of '
horizontally It and will-
or any angle,
The surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate. the sixteen varieties of Lord Penzance S ,
sweetbriers make a cbffrmlng stop and Jock at any point.
hybrid
HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager. 5 .
fence or screen and grow vigorously. Invaluable for every hind of builneM
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where .a block Is needed
frequently ar-
XITUSVILLE. F-r.lt :,.......
lag the Jabot of one man or more.
Of San Jose scale an exchange says:
I 'No orchard once Infested seems to Nothing like It for hanging or stretchIng .
Sembler .Cottage, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. recover The spread of the scale Is wires.

low, but everlastingly sure." Address all communications to the
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All the Year. Good Board and Attention.
Open The Maine apple crop Is reported dim I '
REASONABLE RATES. appointing.The ,, k Walton Self-Locking Block Go. "
Two doors from F. E. C. Railway Station, TUnsvllle.\ Radiance Is on extremely early 9, W ':" "-M"T! 7IAST /
MRS. A. J. SEMBLER, Proprietress. ripening plum which It is thought, (Incorporated.)
may be a useful market plum In the h' / ,
north. < ? ,, i Office and Wareroom, 404 Atlantic Ave
MELBOURNE. From half to three-quarter of a full i'a' Near Kowe's; Wharf, Elevated Statlon.y5 .

crop Is estimated for the great peacltregions til BOSTON, MASS. _
MELBOURNE FLORIDA. of Delaware and the eastern I I I ay
New Brown House I4iI f
i Breyord County: bore of Maryland.The 11,
Centrally Located on New Haven Avenoe. Fine View of Indian River Iowa raspberry. receiving com Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADTOCATB _
and Crane Creek. Good Hunting and Fishing. Open the year Round. mends tlon.Halbert office,Titosvllle;and at the store ,
RATES: $2 per day. Special by the week. Honey watermelon Is wellspoken '' of i. B. Ilnbbard A Co., Jacksonville

GEO. M. BROWN, Proprietor. o,f. Call and>ee th... block working

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........ ......................................., BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL ENTERTAINED.
,.. ;'f' f. .... + 1'. A. Morgan, Proprietor. E. B. Blakewood.; Reglitereil DruggistPHARMACY .
''I Write For Our Catalogue iI: BOARD .
i The Progressive Culture Club was i

I Illu8tratingDiamonds The Board'met;,,Monday morning Nov. delightfully entertained, on Friday after-

I Watches i i'f. 3, 1004. Present J. M. Dlxon. Chairman noon last by Mrs. Percy Walton ahd 1 i
K. tf. 'Andrews, J. E. Fnltz! and, Mrs. F. A. Morgan, at the home of the RED
I ,, "" \ Clocks :+; R. E. Mlms, Secretary. Minutes! of last latter in South Tltusvllle.
\'.: meeting read and approved. The treas A novelty party was the order of the I

P "- '.. Silverware Etc.! urer's report, for the month of Oct. 10(14( afternoon, and a different !game, or contest ,
Jewelry at each one of the
wan received, read found correct and was provided TlTU8V1LLE 1, FLOKIDA.
s Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. i redeemed warrants duly cancelled., four tables, dainty score cards being furnished -
i' County School fund. at each, and the games;!; being pro- -A Complete Stock of-
1 ; .. .' Tenulians lanes ....... .. .........1,80210/ gressive. When all had participatedIn
e 4Y K. K. Mime, mipl. for or.Out.. .. .. ....... 7) 00 the the result was announcedby AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
i j-tr J. M. lxon, pur diem... ... .... .. ........ 2 mJ.It.Ilults games, Mrs. Adbemar PURE DRUGS ,
1 I ) "'fIE'il8KX'" ..1 no We tOy Jl'r"hfbt a, ............ %> # the judges: as follows: .. j
1 I :;ItII Dw 4an; -k. MM Inobeaiigi.; ( s., 21 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.\ R N Andrewa.. .< .. ... ... .. 00 Brady and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown bad ,jUt Prescriptions Filled With the I f
9 .***A'************************************************ John Henry, typwrtar. ""D.for pub...,.... 2 00 tied for the first prize-a beautiful twos[ Care and Promptl tude. BSQIi j
=- --. (3. K. Mima,clerk for .. SB 00 novelty bag of leather and bead work, '-.;
TRIAL
II.E. Mliu..upt.espr.poni*.alno. at HO WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A ORDER.
Florida rp"bll'"n.tlL.... .:.s 00 which was awarded to .the former by a-
DFt. S.. 11 OTIaO f. BREVARD COUNTY.COMMIS- Rrovanl Co state.lik repntrn ut No t .... 814 HIC'oooa the drawing;!; of lots. The consolation + Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes,
SIONERS./ & Itkldg News paw$nan AtA ...... 2 00 =novelty box of cards-was awarded Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept )
Favorite IJenk Co docks for I'o 4 .. ....... 8n 75 prize i
KULASUo sup toe No B and 40....... loo 00 to Miss Palmer. Vocal and Instrumental i Ity up-to-date drug stores.
Grand Rpda Sob fur Co blkbde for No 8.. DO 49 music, by Miss Daisy Brady, Mrs. tty We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
i The meeting was called to order by Hodgson Bros Inc e.cp for No B ,..20....... BOO Prlndle and Mrs. Deoham, followed and ..........................NN1.NNlt.t M..4Sa.N4+4.
the Chairman, on the Oth lost. Present C J O ItodBtnna repair for No 6 and 10 111 ,
: superior Mf(Co. upulle for No 6-21.88 01 WJJ then all the guests were Invited Into the -= '
J. R. Walker lat District; J. K. Mlot, H Pomeroy tno.xp for No 8... ... ....... 7 01 dining room, and seated at the beautifully
r 2nd District R A*> Conkling, 3rd Ulstrlct J A Taylor new bldg No lo .. .......... ,41 M decorated table. The room was := L. :BRiirl::: :J-Z- &, aeO.:: :
I WIs J. C. 4th District and J F. J M Bander pump for for No 16......... B 40B .. ,
I ; Jones ; .
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W LuKoon driving pnmp at No 10.... I MKm darkened and the tables lighted by
Dell, 5th District;A. A. Stewart, clerk; ift Stewart sup for No:M ....... ... 5M shaded candles In contrasting colors, -DEALERS IN-
1191[ J. P. Brown, sheriff. M Eo nail frt and reoalr No 21. ........... 9 43 the
The minutes of the October JAOnno-ri Inn exp for No 30 .......... 1* W while fresh out roses scattered over GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
meetings JHLesthermanpaVntlugNo46.. ......... 1400 table cloth lending a touch of color to ,
w'ere read and approved. J K fomeroy grading coin ......... ...... 12 70 .the spotless linen. The lunch served We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
On motion, the clerk Is ordered to H E Wak neld ........ .. .... 18 60 trade
pur or chicken. sal the above line of and solicit the of all
bountiful and delicious We deal goods
was ; exclusively consum.
chase I.M Rchbinder ............... 10 00
1,000stamped envelopes' for the use J D Tester examiner.. .... S 00 an wafers, salted almonds, olUes, coffeecakes ers. Write us for prices on Grain and Groceries, delivered at your station
r of the Board of County Commissioners. H & W H Drew Co cap paper.............. 223 fruit punch and grapes E. L. BRADY A BRO. .' TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Cora'r. Jones voting no. F A Owen Co supplementary reading,... B 40
Reports of cattle Inspectors'! Dan Sloan Kafcon Co copy book... ...... ,........ JM 21 The ladles repaired to their separate =
O 8 Hohnvler Insurance ... .. ....or...... 18 7J homes by moonlight; with many thanksto .
....tJII'" and 1>. :i. CArlton were received and filed. MO.itanWalwnln.uranoe..4..... .. 41 60BoHch the hostesses for one of the pleasant
On motion Com'r. Conkling, Mlot, Book lisp nlKb cchcol ..... 2 Idttlnn&Uo of the W. E. COLDSIMIITHDea1er
ook.e.:: eat entertainments In the history
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, and Bell are appointed, a committee to .". ..... 441 ,
American Cook 00" .. .... 12 03 Club.
t + Ales, Stout, Etc.B3T"Send have rules drawn consolidated the office Froe nooks ..,................. 7i BSIK In.-.i-
me orders I I'i ITITUSVILLE of Supt; of convicts and Supt. of poor I BC Hank tleoal agta, ...... .. ...... ... IBM '
1 your J It Pomeroy janitor eto No 6.... ......... B 50 CHURCH NOTICES.
farm. HAY GRAIN FRUIT
FANCY GROCERIES
and COCOA, FLORIDA.East EEHleoobardrepalisNoe .. ......... 760 STAPLE AND AND
''i + Justice of the Peace bond 'of J. II. Fee tt; Stewart Co glam for No 6.......... 4CKO ,
Baker aa principal, with John Sorensenand t.& SCo HUP for No 6 ....... ..... Slit Services every Sunday evening at theTltusvllle PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
R. It. Rloou as sureties waa A O Uittmar night for No 6.......... ... 2464MB TIT SVILLE '- FLORIDA.
ap Arnold. *untor No 20... ............ 1311 Presbyterian church, .
Coast Meat I Market proved.Bond. G F Duron Janitor No 2...... ........ 6 00 Rev. W. E. flail, pastor.
and contract of Ivy; Lawson as Cooon<8:: Hockldg News prtA:blks. ....... tl IICI
f'' principal, with Paris C. Lawson.and W. M rroachet board alt Normal............. 11 2'I Rev. W. F. Shoemaker will preach
f'G.. F. DUREN, Agent O. Braddock, Sr., as sureties for road H>t E Kjxar t* lnon hauling.. pupil.. 2tid.. month... .,...<. ea SB 00 00 next Sunday Mimi, at 11 a. m., and Wn.fl.: Walker
t contracts No. 14 and 19, were approvedand J n Gilbert .. a' aa 'a .... 84 75 In the Methodist church In Tltusvllle,* at
signed.On J 8 Dell .. e e o .... 211 00 7 p. m. All are Invited to attend, Dealer In
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c:::> H N A.nlrewe" aI .a .... 25 00 n 7 -
pa..... -. motion, the Comptroller Is requested J T Water a' 'a ," .... BO 00 Services at the Tltusvllle Baptist Fa
to allow the redemption of all tax W D Edwards ,. .... 40 00 church on Sunday: Nov. :10, as follows: Staple sura-d. :a.cy Groceries: : .,

c::> s:>> certificates on W. % of N. % of S. % Sunday school, 10 a. m ; preaching at 11a.
swatII of lot 10, Houston's addition( to EaiiGallle Special Tax,School Diet.No.l. 8.30111II m. and 7JO p. m. .lverybodloordl-! Fruits: and: 7egeta'b1es,

: Sec. 21, Twp. 27. B. of Range 87 John Henry appor U04 tax........... .... 350 ally invited. .d .
Grai.c. Feed
E at their face value, without Interest, Special TAX, Hohool Dlst.No.2. Howard B. Gibbons,Pastor. ::ea'3i" : : "'ar: ,.

I and to allow the collection of all subsequent John Henry appor loot tai.... .. .... .. 2 60 Archdeacon B .V. Brown Mil hold Divine I -Your Patronage Soliolted-
omitted taxes on said lot
cEIJ on a .
Special Tax:,School Dl t.No.3.Jplm
service In St. Ga FLORIDA.
next
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valuation of $100, without interest.
Henry appor 1004 tax..... ...... ... 9 BO briel's church Tltusvllle.
Morning sermon -
Resolved, that Inasmuch as one man
Special' Tax.School Dillt.No.4. !The and Influence of Par-

a"I'lTUSVILLE. CDi' can Farm take, and care two and men superintend are DOW employed the Poor John Henry appor 1904 tax ... ............ 'JM" enl'it i In the Religious duty Training! of Child TZT'C"SV"Xx..x..m Lrv! ELY lS'Z .A.aLE.:

on said Farm, now, therefore, In orderto Total Issue .. ..... ..................8,811 58 ren." Evening sermon : 'Uod Mount-
FLORIDA save expenses, It Is hereby ordered The resignation of Mr A. C. Dittmar I aln Feast for All Nations.

that R. I. Herndon be, and he II hereby from Supervlsorsblp of Fort Pierce 1 FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES,

discharged' superintendent of the school, was received and accepted. SHIPPING OKAN'GES.
Bobbins & Graham Co.Inoorporated. County Poor Farm, and his services be There being no further business, the :,.STABLES... BUGGIES,
dispensed with from this day. It Is also Board adjourned to meet In regular session .
ordered that Jas. Prqvatt bet and he la on Monday morning, Dec. 5, 1004. Mr. W. J. Duncan, of New York, who BAGGAGE SURREYS,
( .) hereby appointed Superintendent of the Attest: J. MARION DIXON, bought the big crop of oranges In the

PAID UP CAPITAL 'J ,OOO.oo Poor Farm, and shall discharge the du R. E. !Draw. Chairman. Wm. M. Brown grove, 'near Tltusvllle, TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS of
ties required of said Superintendent as Secretary. referred Nto In last week's ADVOCATE,
This company owns stated on page 400, County Commission has, this week, bad about 25 men engaged HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.

ers' record, passed Sept. 6th, 100-1, and gathering, packing and shipping
Iu u. IfcT 3D I S, such other duties as may be hereafter SUCCESSFUL OPERATION. oranges for the north. J. :D<<. Osb4s:

m the Indian Rive Country; On the St.Xiaole prescribed; and said Prevatt shall also Mr. B. F. Ives, of Philadelphia, who TITUSVlLL'EIn rear of Bobbin's Law 01llcoFJ.ORIDA." '.I
discharge the duties of Guard and Superintendent recently bought the Carlile orange crop,
River; at New River and on Bay of county convict Ills Mrs. II. K. Hughes, of Oeorglaoa, and who owns four orange groves, will
who had been sick all|summer, was taken 4 000 boxes of this
salary shall be $43 per month until otherwise ship or 5,000 oranges
Blscayne.' Prices to suit the times. ordered., by Dr. O. W. Hoi men, October 11th, to winter, and the work of gathering,packing INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

Send for Land List. On motion, D. J.. Gaulden, attorneyfor the hospital at St. Augustine, where on and shipping has coiumenced.
the Board, Is ordered to Institute October 13th. Dr. 8. O. Worley chief Several other orange growers In the TITUSVILLE, FLA.
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami. Fla. condemnation proceedings against Mrs. surgeon, assisted by his sons Drs. Sam neighborhood of Tltusvllle are also ship Ia[ prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked of loose. Special attentlol

Margaret Goode.for, ;{ -of-way for public and Gaines Worley and O. W. Holmes ping oranges and grapefruit. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
Stanley road. M. D, performed a long, difficult and WETMORE, Proprietor..
li KitchingDealer The Treasurer's report was receivedand dangerous operation. It was one of the
most successful operations ever performed GOING TO BUILD.
checked The
up. paid warrants ,
I In- turned over by him with his report were by this eminent and skillful surgeon. THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO,

FISHING{ TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS destroyed by Messrs. Conkling and Bell. The patient's rapid recovery was a
marvel to both doctors and nurses. On Mrk O. E. Prltchett, of Dublin, Ga., MAHUFACTUBEB8 AND DEALERS IN-
The Treasurer bad his usual certificateof
Tobacco, Pipes, Candies, Fancy Cluina attached his November 3rd, just three weeks from who recently bought out the Interests of LUMBER AND MATERIAL to construct homo.
to a
deposit report. BUU.DUiG.
8 and Temperance Drinks. the day of the operation Dr. Holmes Mrs. A. A. Monroe, has purchased an
Road committee's report of J. M. Sanders
I The.. following brands of ofgara( delivered and A. S. DIxon, marking out a went again to St. Augustine, and brought excellent building site on the river bank,
at $:J.25 per box of 50: public road at Cocoa, was received and hU. patient home. She atood, the trip near the Walton cottage, upon which he Brick, Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work, Bracket

i II urn bold t. Key West Smokers, Premos, ordered posted according to law. Without I remarkably; week, and at the end of the erected will soon have a floe up-to-date,residence Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.
I fourth week was able to walk from one Nails and Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
protest the same will be declared a
Cremo Cubanas .t'obalskl.
t'i another. The doctors think Mr. Prltchett will move his family and
room and
and
publlo road at the December meeting. Roofing; Sheathing Paper Masury'a Paints Varnishes.
Flinch Cards, 50o. ; Hand Made Palmetto Road committee' report of Frank that with returning strength, her health furniture from Georgia to Tltusvllle, andoccupy I Prices are not always the lowest, but stock is always the Best.
flats, 25o. will be better than It has been for many the Franklin cottage, at the westside
Smith, J. R. Goodwin and Fred Good of the residence of Mr. Geo. M. Robbins i -Yard at Titusville Eau Gallic Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
STUART, FLORIDA. years.
win, marking out a public road at Grant, until his new residence Is built and
waa received and ordered posted according NEW CARLETON ready for occupancy. .
to law, and without protest the same
William Hindle will be declared a public road at the & O'ZZara
Hodges
December meeting TOUR OF INSPECTION. <
We have received a special invitation ,
Road committee's report of H. II
TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRON Jenkins, H. H. Same and J. D. Same, to attend the opening of the New Hotel ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...

) WORKER. marking out a public road at Courtenay, Carleton, Melbourne, this (Friday) even. I Mr. Geo. F. Miles, general managerof Roughand
was received and ordered posted accordIng Ing. It will be one of the greatest events the CYPRESS AND LUMBER
E. C. Line Canal A Transportation YELLOW PINE
4 Plumbing, Pump Work Pipe Fitting. to law. "WltLout protest the same of the season, and the elite of Indian Dressed
River will be present. A ball will be Co., and Mr. Walker, treasurer of
will be declared road
the
at
GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE December meeting.Soldier' a. public one of the features of the evening, and a the 'same company, were passengers on Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Mouldings, Shingles, etc.

TANKS MADE TO ORDER. application of W. R. ;Ml.lsfor general good time Is promised. Our yesterday's southbound train, en route S Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto
t Mr. Chas. Walton will attend as the any part of the State. Address: Hodges &: O'Uara, Buffalo Bluff, Fls.
I pension was approved. from St.
Augustine to West Palm Beach,
Your Patronage Is Solicited. Report Justice of the Peace J, M, guest of the proprietors of this firstclassand ::::::
up-to-date hotel.CANAVERAL. i where they will board a launch and makean
Sanders
was received.
COCOA FLA.Hodgson The Tax Collector presented his list Inspection of the canal aa far south

of errors. Insolvencies and double assessments CLUB. a. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Cot

Bros. which were approved.The ,
Tax Collector's report of polls not Miami.What t Scat
ntorcd.
: : F1ox-l.d.a. '
collected for the year 1003, was received The above Club- ald to be one of the :
!t EAU OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. and filed. best hunting! Clubs In Florida-will open is Yiati ?

Marine Railway. Petitions of W. B. Cross et al., and E, for the season on the lat of December. A... JNTS FOR- .
Svedellus et al., was referred to the Probably the first members to arrive
General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.. chairman. from Boston will be Colonel Chas P. WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING MACHINES;
i
.Special Facilities.. On motion, the public road. laid out Horton and Dr. Chas. O. Weld, two A simple'vegetable compound; nerve
1 by J. L. Stlnson and Wm. Sloan at Sebastian crack shots and noted hunters. tl.sne ACME HARROWS CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,
For.Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing is declared a public road. and food; a home treatment

Yachts and Launches. On motion, D. L. Gaulden, attorney There Is no medicine so popularas Vlavl suppositories and cerate for rectal Fi: W.. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL.. WIRE FENCE.

+ Mention the ADYOOATB when writing. for the. Board* Instructed to ,appeal the Foley's Honey and Tar. It contains .
no opiates or poisons and never falls to diseases, piles, ulceration, fistulas,
(continued on 4th page.) cure. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy, 112A: : ohino: Shops"
prolapsus and tumor "
Call or send

L BRICKLAYER & PLASTERER. : for Vlavl, literature, free." hlumlajng: ; : .: TI.x1.: e1tssd.: '

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I will be located In Eau Gallle after Florida Yiavi Co

J! July 6tb, and be prepared to doll kinds Ia Everything in .Builders' Hardware
20 Main St. Jacksonville ,
of work In this line. Write me for estimates What //4 Fla. .
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Hall ,
Vesey iFLORIDAj We have had so ,many reports of the fine quality of oranges raised with our

;t Georgiana, FI. Cured Simon Pure fertilizers during the past that $jOt1<
IE. :::::' :: : : years, we have decided to offer
Buildor. E IN GOLD for the best $2 $ for tne second.and $10 for the third best box"*

: FIRST-CLASS PROVISION oranges of the crops of 1004, DOG an 1900. Three successive-years. The time of

FIRST-CLASS WORK. exhibition will be announced later.

Z Write for Eatlmatel. -r ORB The only condition being that the of fruit with oar
crop shall be
' If you're Insured, for then the wiping out of your dwelling storeor = 0 DY A new Oymnaalom Simon Pure Fertilizer. If a State Fair produced ,*
, 1NNN. ipleuillUlj equipped should be held during one of the
r NN1NNN any
packing house by fire only IDConyenlence-yol
means
a temporary
sons and a' such time that the
large of a creditable /
M I N DA Faculty most exhibit citrus fruit can fte made,
loss Is made and afresh with *be money of
good yon can start any our scholarly display will be held
WHY USE OLD BLOCKS during the fair, and at the held.
STYLE Our place where the fair Is
ata inch and Insurance will you
sterling companies pv promptly on MORALS : -For further
when you can buy the best Self-Lock of loss.MORCv1r11N. uoral* particulars and booklets, address-
t lair Tackle Blocks at the proof I fooa E. Q. PAINTER
nearly same llpecIaU.U.1 FERTILIZER:
CO. Fla.
Jacksonville
price. Now In T.TOJST .
use In the United d3 'ptv.. '
States Army and Navy Departments. ," AGENTS >Address THE --
Examine them atPrltchard A; Sons, or INSURANCE = Lake T: : OOA..TI :
the. ADYOCATB office. : F : !] 0-0:0: FFXOS
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