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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 25, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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VOL. 15. NO. 14. TITUSVILL.E. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER R 95:: 1004. PRICE 5o.
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S. LOCAL NEWS -Mr. A. R. Glade in will leave for Kline's Clothing and Dry Goods Big bags of quail and duck are dolly THANKSGIVING DAY. AMONG THE HOTELS. j

111. Miami, to-day. Emporium. brought Into Tltnsvltlo by our hunters.Mr. .. :
Tltusvllle's observance of Thanksgiving -
And Topics of General Interest. -Mr. George M. Robbins, who left, J. A. Collins has had an awplng Day was, to a certain extent, The ADVOCATE Is on file at all the

Monday, for Miami, to attend to a law There Is little doubt about It, that we erected over his shooting gallery on after tbe manner of the SAbbath. beat hotels In New York city.

-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Field, of Indian- case for Mr. Wm. M. Brown, returnedto carry the most up-to-date and most fashionable Julia street. Nearly all the places of business' were
Where the East Coast
last Saturday'snorthbound stock of Clothing, Dry Goods, closed 1n| the afternoon the ADVOCATE to stop along/
ola on
were passengers Seabreezefor Tltnsvllle yesterday.Mrs. Shoes, Hats Etc., In Brevard County, -Mr. W.'S. Brannlng made! a business office Included. Walker A Co. and E. See list of hotels and boarding houses)
train en route to
the winter season., W. R. Walker, who has been and we are anxious for every reader of and pleasure trip to Jacksonville on L.Hervloea Brady A were Uro. closed held In all the day.Episcopal on let, 4U and 7th pages.

III for several months returned home the ADVOCATE, and their friends, to Monday, and returned 'here Tuesday church in the morning Archdeacon B.F. Mr. Chas. M. Coss who managed the

D Masons should bear In mind that pn Monday,fully recovered., Mr. Walk. come and nee what we have. We have night. Brown delivering a sermon .appropriate Wayside Inn, Jensen, Fla., last winter.
there Is work to do In'Indian River went to Jacksonville to meet his to the occasion
er quality as well as quantity for to Is. In Albuquerque New Mexico.
you Archdeacon B. F. Brown will deliver ,
No. 00 this Friday evening: and There were several dinnerparties In
Lodge ( ) wife.
select from. Do not send out of town DI
full attendance of members and vUlt- his farewell sermon at St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal town and the demolition of the anatomical The New Rookledgo botel, Rookledge,
- a -Mr.: B. J. Strickland left :Tltusvllle, for anything in our line, for we can church on Sunday. He has structure of the Thanksgiving Fla will December 24th under I
brethren Is requested. open on I
particularly
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lug on Wednesday, for Tberessa Fla., onan supply ;you at the cheapest rate. been In Tltusvllle for it years, and Is turkey way of course, a lending featureat the management of Mr. Paul A. Shares,

THE NOVELTY STORE, Titusville extended visit with his parents, he We keep the famous Noxall and Stetson about to leave for Orlando. Mr.nearly Chas.every Walton home In lIa IltunU1e.!Bursts who iH'wnll and favorably known to the ,

carries a aloe line of novelties, station will probably stay two weeks, and then Hats, hi all the latest styles and -Dr, Geo. W. Holmes. of Sharpen at the Sembler Cottage: Attorney Ueo. traveling publlo. Mr. Shares will take
pictures dishes candles, colors-splendid !goods M. Robbins and wife Master Rufua Hob- '
ery, fancy return to the East Coast where he will of allcorners.v
toys, etc 5 and 10 cent counters. [1-12 resume his position with the F. E. C. An Endless Variety of the Celebrated was In Tltusvllle, a few hours on Sun bins, and Judge: A. D. Penney.' Mr; good care 1 r
Douglas Shoe, made by the Governor. day last, en rqute home from the South and Mrs. L. C. Urannlng' entertainedMrs. Mr. Horace R. Shares, for many ;yeaNtbe ) ;
Co.
-Mrs. M. P. Robbins, who left here By. Florida Fair at Tampa. The genial E. E. Kollln Mr. J. Herbert d'
of the New Rock-
elect of Massachusetts; also the famous popular manager
several weeks to receive medical P. Nelson of South Tltusvllle Doctor with the Judd, Mr. Phillip Wiitfltt and others;
ago -Capt. was greatly; pleased
lanan[ Shoe in the very latest styles, Mr. and Mr*. p O Walton hid .*.. ledge hotel, Rookledge Fla., has leased
., treatment St. Augustine,: returned gave; a very enjoyable blrlhtiay'\: party at and in all sites. fair and stated that if the exhibits: I\t.. their guests Mr and Mrs. E. L. Brady the Longaore hotel. on 47th street New

home on Sunday, much improved in its palatial home in South.Tltusvllle. Our large display of Libby's noted Cut Tampa could be shipped to St. Loulu, There were several other dinner partiesIn York/ ,. where be and his charming wife
health. Mr. Geo. M. Robbins escorted last Friday night. Owing to the absence the benefit to tbe State would be In. town. will the winter His friends
Glass is well worth :your attention. Mr Wm. M. Brown president of spend many
- his mother borne of our local reporter at the grand reception Beautiful articles for presents. calculable. the Fort TallsM National', Bunk, Miami, will miss him at Rookledge this season.

.. -The Thanksgiving dance In the and ball at the New Hotel Carleton, Remember, we have a big supply -Take note of the new ad. of George came up to Tltunvllle on the 8:13 a. m. Take note of the ad. of the Lyon
\Opera house last night, was well l attended Melbourne, we failed to get a report of Christmas Goods them train, lo spend Thanksgiving:' with new
A -nothing to equal White on our 6th who bus opened
page,
his and friends and toctlvettaenjoyable Building, St. Augustine, In this Issue.
o; by the elite of Tltusvllle and surrounding this very pleasant social event at the family :
on the East Coast. Do not buy your a workshop to do plumbing, tinning and
dinner
party. It; will be found on our 7th page. As
" beautiful home of Capt. and Mrs. Nelson. y
country. .It was a Cbilstmas presents anywhere before you general repairing In Tltusvllle. He has The weather was lovely. It was very we are now sending out hundred. of extra i
night for a dance-bright moonlight and Miller and beautiful and much-admired several business bright, and the temperature was 75 do-
-Dr. J. E. Miller, Mrs. see our bad :years' experience In the copies of the ADVOO TIII' all over the

not too warm. Miss :Mlller arrived In the city early assortment of goods for the coming and says he will attend t? all ,work greet aud In the doors shade of at tbe noon ADVOCATS, with all office windows East and West, as well as In Florida and

i, -Dr. E. E. Sample, Dr. W S. Vincent yesterday morning form the West. i olid ays. I' !given him with promptness; while his open. Georgia, It will/ pay other hotel keeper .

It and Mr. Wm. M. Prludle who spent They were spending the summer In All mall order receive prompt at. charges will/ be reasonable, commensurate w to place their ads. In the ADVOOATB.

couple of days or so at the South Florida Chicago and at points'' In Colorado. Mr. attention., with up-to.iate work.A' SHIPPING BLOCKS

Fair, Tampa, returned to Tltusvllle on Miller reports cold weather in 'that JULIUs KLtao! general reception will be held at The Walton Self-Looking Block Co., The grounds) around the Clarendon

Sunday. They made a.good record as State there being a heavy fall of snow Tltusville, Fla. the Episcopal Church Guild rooms,Tltusvllle of Boston pf which CUipt. J. O. Walton Inn, Seabreeso, are being laid out .It nice ;

first-class shots, at the gun shooting there last Sunday. He and his familyare this (Frldaj) afternoon,from threeto a property owner and late resident of style and Dr. E. I.. Potter, the proprietor
L -Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and baby expect Tlrusville Fla. Is consider and Mr' C. H. Knappe, the manager1,
!i matches delighted to be back again on the five o'clock In honor of Archdeacon B la.prealdent. ; ,
- to leave, to-day, fur Washington, ably rushed with orders.. In addition tobin are kept busily employed looking after
East Coast and at home In
they are now F. Brown and wife who will leave
HAVE YOU SEEN THE Catalogue of 3a., on a visit to Mra. .ntbony. soon shipments to the British Navy Yardat the numerous Improvements. New and
their bungalow on the lake front.- for their -new home In Orlando. Real Portsmouth, England, and the United
the Improved Smalley Marine Engine ? West Palm Beach Tropical Sun. -Miss Jessie Sanders," of Indlsnola, dents of Tltusvllla neighborhood are States Navy at Washington, D. O., broad walks are being/ laid, and palms

If not, send for one to L. E. Dostrom, was' In town a few hours on Tuesday, cordially Invited to be this company has Just. received an order and shrubbery of various kinds planted,
Fla. 107Mrs. THE CURIO STORE AT ROCKLEDGE present. for 800 of blocks from PUtsburff
Ormond ,
101 by Miss Frederick! of Mi pairs which ,help to make tbe Clarendon Inn
wilt>pen;as usual, the first week In accompanied Pa., and another order of 31)0) pairs from
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Prindle of grounds another beauty spot on the
J. Herbert Judd, sister of Dr. ami. Cincinnati, O. Large orders have also /
will show full ,
December They a assortment
E. E. Rollins, arrived at the Sembler I Huntlngton, W. Va., wbo were guestsof come In from Buffalo, Albany and other East Coast, Read ad. on 4th page.
!! of the latest holiday goods: -Mr. George R. Wallace, the dealer i
Cottage from Fayetteville, 12-3: the Sembler Cottage for week or so, places In New York state Mr. H. E. Bates, of Boston, who has
Sunday 'selected while In New York. In launches and engines, who has been i Tbe Walton Self-Lncking Block Co.,
N. C., on afternoon, to spend spending the summer In New York, was. moved Into the aott"ge adjoining\ MajorF. are so rushed with orders for these self been chief clerk at the Edgewood Inn,

the winter Quite a few relations were -Mr. Wm. A. Snider, a prominent a passenger on Wednesday'a train on M. Taylor's residence, Tltusvllle, on looking blocks that they can hardly supply Greenwich, O$.,, was at the Bay StateHouse

at the station to gl ve.hlr a hearty welcome storekeeper of Columbus, 0., was a his way to West Palm Beach" Monday. Mrs. Prlndle Is a musician of the demand. Worcester, Mass, several. daye

upon the arrival of the train. passenger ou Sunday's southbound considerable ability, so her husband has last weekas the guest of Proprietor O.

train, on his way to Palm Beach 'and -Mrs. A. D. Penney and Miss Daisy added a pianoforte to the household -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H, Clark, of W RIpley. Mr. Bates will leave for
and Mrs. J. B. Ross, of New
-Dr. Miami. Mr. Snider told an, ADVOcATSreporter Brady, both of Tltusvtlle, left on Wed Rochester, N. Y., are snugly ensconced DeLand Fla. In December, to become
' been spending several days effects.Mr. ,
{. York, have that he" had bad cold and afternoon for Fort Pierce where In J. O. Walton' In South
I Sembler Cottage Tltusvllle a nesday Wm. M. Brown, president of Capt. cottage day clerk at the College Arms Hotel la
at the 26ft. launch, with them decided to run dawn to the East Coastto they will spend Thanksgiving with Mr. the Fort Dallas National Bank, went on Tltusvllle, where they can gather orangesoff that city, Mr. Bates says the hotel

They brought a and sailed down shake It o@ He will leave for and Mrs. W. N. Hendry, parents of Airs. a hunt tbe other day, south of Tltusvllle the trees every morning 'for break., season In Connecticut the past summer

on the Clyde steamer, Columbus Sunday and will return to Penney.; ; but although some claim he Is a fast Mr and Mrs. Clark expect to remain wss the largest In the history of the
Johns River to Salt Lake where
the St. : ,
- :Mr. Osban brought: the launch over on the East Coast In January, to spend -Mr. Theodore Deltenre and family, good shot, he returned with nothing on four or five months Titosvllle. Stat.

bill wagon to Indian River, Dr. and several months cruising along our .inland of Jersey City, N. J., arrived In Tltusvllle the( above occasion. Ills famous dog, SEE THE HOLIDAY BARGAIN Tbe fpllowlng hotels and boardinghouses

Mrs. Boss will spend the winter cruising waters. on Saturday last to spend the winter Duke, I. said to have "treed" a pole counter at the Rockledge Curio Store. are open and ready to receive )

on Indian River and Lake Worth. -Mr. W. Gorden Drown and cbsrm- with Mr. J. Deltenre. Mr. Deltenres cat, so Mr. Brown left the quail In the All the latest Christmas novelties dl. guests, as will be seen by the displayads

We are sorry to learn Dr. Boss has been lug bride were passengers on Monday's a conductor on the Pennsylranla woods and returned home.ATTHEROCKLEDUE rent from New York at the right price.Mr. on our 4th and 7th pages

witha southbound train, en route to their homeat Railway and recently underwent an CURIO STORE 1
on the sick list the past two days, J.. C. Oliver, formerly Titus.vllie JACKSONVILLE.Windsor .
it.l severe stomach trouble. West Palm Boach Mr. Brown was operation for appendicitis. He has you will flud the latest Christmas but now a resident of Miami, Stopped botel.

1.I married on the 10th Instant to Miss come south to recuperate. goody Including 'oot-glass novelties, ov"r here from Friday until Saturday Duval hotel .

.l TUG BIO BRICK STORE. Mary. Grace Warrlngton, one of the FURNISHED DOUSE TO RENT In Tltusvllle. Mexican drawn work, the newest designs to see his fine orange grove In the Aragon, botel. ,0 i
I most prominent belles of Cleveland, 0., In ladles books and card Westmoreland hotel.
.. Apply to Qeo. M. .Robbins, pocket Turnboll hammock. Hevnral of hi. old
: New Travelers hotel.
ONE MINUTE, PLEASE. a report of which appeared In the ADVOCATE Tltusville, Fla. cases 12.1 friends hardly recognized/ bin, as tbe New Wlodle hotel. ;

have read so much about what of the 11th Instant. W. Join Mr. the recent storm had blown his moustache Wolfe's European hotel.
You -Mr. Phillip H. Wright, competent
E Waddell and
Brown's hosts of East' Coast friends In -Mr. A. a prominent Hotel DeSoto.
the other follow can -do, no doubt ;you wishing biro and his charming wife along well-known real estate dealer, of Miami; day dispatcher, of the F. E. C. R'y. off.
will think this the same old saw. Don't Co., at this place will enjoy a well of the valued ST. ADODSTIMK.
and Journey throughlife. and provision merchant, of New York; -Mr. A, H. Halgb, one
I llf let this Idea get control of #011. WB prosperous also vice-president of the First National earned vacation next week. ((expects ADYOOATH subscribers, wbofoimerly; resided The Lyon Building.SMABBBBZB.. I

LEAD TUB LEADERS when It comes to Bank, of Miami; was among the pleasant to spend a week or more hunting/ the In Daytona, but Is now tbe owner '

Quality, Close Prices, Just and Equitable Special Notice. callers at this office on Tuesday He vicinity of Quay. Upon his return he of Cat Cay, Bahamas, bas been enjoying New Clarendon Inn

Treatment. was on hU way home from Philadelphia, will accompany Mr. L. C. Brannlng/ a visit to Miami, where his handsome GOODALL. .

We have no Special Bargains. Our Large shipment of Queen Quality where he took the remains of his brotherfor Palm Beach, at which place Mr. Bran and elegantly fitted yacht, Canb flying/ The Seaside Inn. k

Stock is all Leaders, no matter what shoes just arrived. Every; lady In this burial. His brother died In Key nlng Is agent, for tbe winter season. the British colors hi. been undergoing TITUSVIU.B.The .

you want.Our section must have a pair. Call at once West last week, much to the regret of Mrs. Brannln,also wilt accompany them aa overhauling.- ere she returns to the Hembler Cottage. '

MEN'S CLOTHING, ranging and make a selection. We have a number his friends In the Island City. Bahamas. EAU OAI.LJB 'I
and M. W. Seagers
Doctors A. Anderson
In Price from $BOO to $23.00 per Suit of oil paintings of "Queen Louise," Hotel Sarno and Cottages.MELBOUBXB. .
and Major Louis McLain left In the
Xmas goods sale this week. ,
on
be in New York. For Charter. : .
cannot duplicated even giving one to every lady.; Canal Company's launch on Monday
Oar SUIRTS, from BOcts the Working Call or write, to Kid Glove Clasp, 06c and 91.25. morning, to join Mr. Jos P. Greaves' New Hotel Carleton.
marvels of Flannel Waists tab collars $1.23. crowd. While the river these gentlemen Cruising yawl Trochee. For psrtlcu- New Brown house. -
line
the $2.50 are up
Shirt to PBVXBT Bmwanso
:! : ; tare, enquire of tbe owner,
Brass Pomade and Electro 81/Icon.PARIAN Intend having a good time. They WMT" PALM BBACU.Tbe ''
excellence. The Furnishers, were provided with guns and provisionsfor Stanley Kltchlng, Stuart, Fla.
. in all the styles PAINT: AND PASTE. Narcissus Cottage. Bee ad. 0tI f
Our MEN'S HATS, Tltusvllle, Fla. a few days' stay. The yacht HIIolo,
blocks and prices, are unexcelled. Laundry Soap, 7 cakes, 25o./ owned by Major Mcl.aln. was taken In Furnished Itoom 4tb page.

We are Sole,, Agents for THE BEST Dog Owners. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES. tow, to be used by tbe party.l-St. Augustine ,

SHOE IN AMERICA for :Men-the celebrated CHAS. A. chaAmtzR: Tltusvllle, P.... Record. : Two Furnished Rooms far rent Led suitable As..". Manager or Hotel Clerk:
Bannister. All dogs that the license has not been WOULD LIKE A POSITION BARBERIng for light: housekeeping. No or -

"The Try Me" Shoe, for Ladles; and paid on by December 13th, will be takenup Cabin Launch Bargain.A .' ; 12 years experience. E. G. table linen. Good" location. With excellent references wants *,
Barnstable ...... 14-'JI tf "M. P., ADVOCATB, Tltusvllle.
the "Lenox" Shoe for Children, have no and killed. VAN T. WOBLXT Brown i position South for the winter. Is an excellent
cabin launch fitted for cruising 33x I Address
equal. City Marshal. typist. i
f Our DRY GOODS Stock would be a.. f 7}. d, two cylinder four cycle engine, Notice. I Oak CottageIndlanola.Oak G. EMBIMOBT: Bono,
.Iz.of 5j. h. p. Speed 6 to 7 mllee per hour. 331 Columbus Ave. g gtf
credit to a town four times the Fine Property For Sale. boarding house ,
Cottage a
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In Florida waters. At Penney A Brannlng's Up-to-date
of Tltnsvllle Ideal boat for cruising Leaders la the beautiful village of Indlsnola, on Boston )t.... p
Gents'
Our
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Oar MILLINERY line Is the best ever Twonice cottage adjoining each Price, $550.00. Address, Stetson Furnishing Hats, Knox/ Store Hats. Manhattan !, Merritt Island, Is open for tbe season.

111 'shown on Indian River. other In'North THasvllle, with an acre box 383, Jacksonville, Shirts, E. A W. Conan Edwin Clapp Term.. reasonable. Apply to Wanted by a Hotel Clerk. ,

par FURNITURE stock Is replete, of hammock and Are acres of rich mack Florida. Shoes, Crossett Shoes, ao.l Queen Quality A. H. UUMPUBYS, t

10of with all that goes to make horse comfortable land,' suitable for truck farm. Good -des Shoes to send for the Ladles. You do call not at have our Intllanola Fla. A position In hotel South Florid. y
away
ofof WB WILL SOT BB tnTDBBSOLD. river front. nelaroger cottage has three Furnished Itant. store where yon any more'Juat hID//( thatIs play You. Three yean experience on East Coast.

WE DO NOT EXPECT to sell every sleeping rooms and a servant's room no usually found in an up-to-date Gents Best of reference (proprietor of this paper

orlu person who desires to. look but we are stairs; and a parlor sitting room dining Three neatly famished cottages at furnishing 1100'". Call at tbe New In eonsqoeoee of tbe owner' Inabilityto Included). Address,

... out after the looker: room and kitchen below. The adjoining Eau Gallle, Indian River, Fla., for rent Store. PCJOTBT Tilusville A UBASJUSO. F/., ., return to Florida tbe undersigned' 10-4t "W. C. F... this OIHoe

WE VILA MAKE YOU GLAD you cottage bas two sleeping rooms aasrrant's I at $100.00 each for the winter season. offers for sale, at a bargain, his brother's

If only give us a chance. In second story and I They contain four rooms each; stand orange grove of ISO young bearing
living you'll room "
are
For and two- "Bean Seed.
trees
high from the ground and command a Sale Cheap. orange and grapefruit a
NOW COME LOOK, GET OUR sitting room, dining room and kitchen I \ story frame house; Including ave acres -

Prices, and be convinced. below. Large, brick cisterns to both. beautiful view of Indian River. Fine Nice little Winter Home 11 :Acres, of the finest vegetable land on Merrill's "A few basbel'c of Giant Stringlesa "

YOURS FOR MORE BUSINESS hoa.... Adapted for a nice wrote., location and congenial society. Rare 150 Bearing Orange and Grapefruit trees. Island, Indian ulcer, Fla.. and two !good bean seed for sale." Address .
For further addressJ. well Will Mil besp. Write to
JOBS R. WALKKB A Co., home. chance. particulars Good title. Owner going away.
LOCK Box N .1.
1 THE LARGE BRICK STORE Apply to OBO. M. ROIIIII... A. GILBBKT, Address, A. L. B.cna.: J. A. OILBBBT, !;
THurvUle, Fla. TUnsvUle Fla. U Eau Gallle,East Coast, JIa. 12-8 Georgians, Indian Hirer Fla. tf Eau Gallle, Fla. Tropic, Fla.


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After reaching shore a day or-possi Most of our perfumes -

Accepted Masons. bly two may be given for preparation think come from India and Bulgaria U. S. SENATORS.

V II oils and Ingredients 3. V.Tallaferro,...... .. ........ JacPiiA
i and then the great feast begin Each Selfishness the but the various B. Mallory,........ .... .... ... Ins
successful boat owner beginning with : obtained from all parts of the world. U. 8. CONGRESSMEN reueacok

the one whose boat secured the, most From the mountain ranges of tioet' Robert W. .' .

Indian NO. eo whales, gives a feast to which he In- I Russia and India como musk which Is! 8. M. Bparkmen..r.. .. ........ ..". 1'lIlalka.
:"-r- Modern PerilBy of Wm. B, Lamar. ..... .... ... .... .. Mootlee1loU. ;
vltcs'all the members of the tribe and ( ) such fin Important conpoTient: : pnrt : .

River TltusvllleLodge. any other people who may be In the most perfumen. Ambergris Is founu" S. LANO.) OFFICE.

oT: the const o: H. S. rimbb...... ,.... ... ... ,... .. i
wind of in the water Itrglster
; V > Fl rlda. village. First a break umi floating : W. (i. .. Its"
Holda Its meeting the srnionrt and fourth Fri. eke, nails or sUlns'ln built to act a. a President ARTHUR T. HADLEY China. nf d Jupnn. Southern France OlHoe at Gainesville,Florida eirer.

1 fay of each month, an. their ruuw Indian River snolter wilnut the chilly blasts of tbe of Yale and Bulgaria furnish 11" with rose o1!! FLORIDA LEGISLATURE

Hotel.Titus the, at 7130 o'clock p.m. *r. polar winds. It in placed in tbe form and from southern Jiarope conic* MIC:! E.N. Dlinlck Palm Beach,., ... '" I
T. H. SaudeM, Worshipful/ Master. W. H. Jones THusville,...... tI.nlltor.
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of circle It material .Repr".nllltlV.:
i F.A.. Morgan Senior Warden. a large enough can products\ us tire .
M.S. Bam,Junior Warden.J. be secured !In the center of which a tinge:;: and I lemon. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT i
M. nmon, Troanurer. of' the word'' "wn1o 8. Jennlnfc ........... .. .
walrus bide is the garden Ore
The flower "
I J. K. Walker, Secretary placed on ground IIE fundamental thing in a man's life is his H. Clay Crawford, ............Secretary f state.
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F. Vt. Taylor Senior D aoon. which of TWO 'RELIGIONS ARE, TODAY the maritime rule of r.: J..mellt. WhltfltSld... "'ttorDl'I..n'rnW. ( !
R. K..Mime Junior Dnacon. ropes are passed over tripods choice religion.;;. south of .. N. SlieatB ., .. ....Bupt. Public / '
i ? C. H. Walton Senior$teward.A. placed about twenty-flve feet from the TilE Alps prodKces, a l large portion of fi B. E. McLIn?.... .. CuuiiuJBHlouer AI1.Iiistriioihm|
FOR MASTERY.
A. Stewart' Junior' Steward. STRUGGLING AloneC.'room... .. .. ... .. Illure'
essential malcln Com
1*. W.Roberts,Trier. skin. Tie ends of the ropes are then oil xvhk-h<< la HO to the .troi ller
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J.Cllirord R. Foster, Adjutant-i/,
f. )I. Wooten.Marabal.OROBIt drawn tight and made fast with stout I ( There is the religion of :Mammon, whose dominant of tlel'rnmefl-attnr of we. Ait no ril Job Hradford,. ..... .......Burvnjur.l.mpniL en.ni:

....... .... ......... 1
I r stakes driven into the ground, thus falls here from March till September! R. E.II..eL: State rhemle
is selfishness and whose creed is indillerence
t'
Tallahassee
Offices at
purpose ,FloridaSUPREME
0V KA8TEHN STAIt. mining the akin about four" feet.! The the' climate Is admirably adapted .

: Friendship Chapter, No. ll.holiln''IM meeting; sklu thus become a platform some to ,moral considerations, except so far as they may the industry. For! miles and mile\ COURT JUDGES
in the MiiHonlo. Ledge mom, TltllsvUlo fie 1\1. n. Mabry............. .... ....Chief
on
ant and third Tuesday In each nronth at Ti.'X, eight or ten feet square, which serves. be regarded as instruments to of individual advancement. There in tho nothing cnn be Keen except: rosps.-Cliicugo }1'. Carter.... ....... ... .. .Ataocluttt lustnT histlca..
followlnn. are the officers of the as a sort of movable stage on which : : Journal s. F.. 'Taylor ... .... .... .... .... .. "
a 1 Chapters tbe young women dance. religion of God, whose purpose is service and whose creed is loyaltyto RAILROAD COMMISSIONERS

'I 1t' Mn.F. A.M. A.SctlmgeourW.If.! W. The feast Usually begins at the time eometCing larger than ourselves. The religion of Mammon appealsto Irvlngr'n Biiclm Wafers Jefferson II. Browne chairman. KevWmn,,, ,

Mice.. nit: irt. Ansnc.lat M.lr when the son reaches a due western I Cure all Kidney troubles, stop pain In M.llryao.R. Hu.lHon Ilun..I.'e. ......,.. ...:.. .KiMSlulne. Else,'
of successI .
H. RAWIIvon, those value the EXTERNAL EVIDENCES
John M. Dixon Treasurer.Nlns Sooretary.. point, about 6 o'clock lu.' the afternoon; who ; the back, make loss of albumen in the R.C. IHinn clerk. ., .... ., "..;

Kate Stewart Condnctress.Mn. for during the eighty days of summerat the pomp and the luxury, the title and the show. The religion of God urine: impossible, and actually rebuildthe Headquarters and offices at TallnhuHM-e. Ha
.
J. Kline Associate' Con. Otkeavlc tho sun never sets and, I shrunken walls of the kidneys. CIRCUIT COURTl:

Mr Mn.J..(leo.R.W.Walker Scoole Ruth.Ada. being without timepieces, the Eskimos appeals to those who value l life for the work that it brings and measure They contain Just what is anted to remove Minor 8. Jorum Tlrnavllle,:... .. Circuit.Tiicim.'
Mr*.J. L Oarruther. Martha. the disease heal the and J. I). ItejtK", Orlando. ...FrOHacutinir Atti> ?.
sore rne
spot
:
'i Mr.0..0.1\1. Robbins. Kntliar.Mr murk their time by the position of the success by the honest effort that a man has made to do his work.It Sprlott'l"erm-Io'ourtb Monday In .Marc1!
+ *. F. A. MorganMarahal.Mice sun while ItIa visible and by the moon strengthen; the whole organ. They Fall lerni-Fourth Monday In October
to those for whom wealth and and professional fall to relief within a few
1 Aloph Mine, Electa.C. and stare when the sun has gone for appeals power never bring/ BRKVARD COl/JSlTY COURT

*II..T.Walton Ti Welmore, WarderMr Sentinel. the long arctic night These feasts eminence are-not ULTIMATE ENDS, but means to larger service hours and cure to stay, cured, Sold at A. D.Penney,.... ..... .... .. ..County Judge
Chaululn.FEAST jo.(> a box at the Red Cross Pharmacy. D. L.Oaulilen..... ...Prosecuting Altonle'
Carrutbsrs "
J.L.
\ sometimes I last twenty-four hours.'ENGLISH A, A.Stewart..r. ...... ..
and sacrifice. It appeals to men who will not sell their honor, no ---- l'oulI'YUork'8prillIC
'erm-8000n \ In Mav

STAGECOACHES. matter how high ,the price, nor betray their friends, no matter how Bummer Fall Term Term-Second-Second Monday Monday In NOV In Augiint.lIlr.r,,

Tim. great the advantage. It appeals to men who have'vision largo enough Winter Term-.Beooml Monday In February!
Old Rapid Truant at the Rate COUNTY! SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

of Ton IUIlea> am Hoar. and purpose deep enough TO HOLD A STRAIGHT<; COURSEin E.' Mine, Superintendent....., .Honnventiire.
In the middle of the eighteenth ceu 0 / 0 Member: J. M. Dixon,chairman'ritnnville'
tint TISiStl the face of opposition or misrepresentation and endure for con- R. N. Andrews, Cocoa) J. E ultz.Simicelilnir.:
tury English stagecoaches were cover ;
l p; Irr fhr u<
UY CAT ,' 6USIN with broad headed nulls by way, ot; If wealth and dominion are made a primary object and are trusted MJot,J. n., Imlfunola Walker |cbalrmau H. A. C'uitklinic, Tltuavllle, Tllluiaii.tlulm; jolm IL

!' S ornament and possessed oval windows C. Jones, ; J. F. Hull, White City: Kvinibr,
with red frniuou.! On tile panels of the as a source of national strength instead of its consequence or evidence 118881011. are held are Monday in each inoiitu

1'Q Il coach the MIIIIIPH of the BREVARD COUNTY; OFFICERS
places passed
I THEY PROVE A FALSE RELIANCE. And it is an unfortunatefact .
l through, were pointed in dirge lettel'lI.and 1t ;;: A. D.PenneyTituevllle; County JIIIR|! .

the roof whfcli: hail tin iron rah that very few nations have achieved wealth or dominion with- t ', Because the liver is' 's, D.L.iaurden'ritauvlie A. A, Srewarl TltUBvllle,.;., .. Comity I'nis Jerk.Atl'jr.
....... .
around it, rose In u curve, 'ITe!: speedof out suffering loss. of faith and enthusiasm and remaining with the .. ncrloclcd; p'ccple..Buffer J.. V W.,W Hull.< >Tltuaville.nC Hioa. ....... .. ...Tux Tux nillwtur.AHBeiMirK. ..

the p'JnllI'Ol8'e1lll'4/ was often WI"l ;.illationbiliousness, John Henry 'tYtnsvile" Treasurer.
but four miles an hum:) An advertisement empty husk of greatness at the very moment when they deemed them- beadnchesnndferers. Colds attack R K. Miiim, Dnnavui.. ,ture. . Supt. i'ub. IUIt.
J. O. Pries Tl! u vllle. County Surveyor.
regarding/ the Itoehlve coach. selves most powerful. '" tb'jl-'xpiirnd: /: contagious diseases J.P. Drawn..Tlumvllle..... HhnriH.!
( L which ran between London and ),[an. take hold of the mteiu. It is safe W. 8.Norwooti, Tltusvllle.\ RetletntiaOaian.,
FOR .ALONQ WITH THE .ACQUISITION OP POWER THERE IS to that if tho liver
( Chester, l III worth Quoting. It read thus: ay wero always TITUS VI U.K: TOWN COUNCIL.

: "In order to Insure safety and punctaalltyj I .APT TO COME A RELAXING OF DISCIPLINE., ALONG WITH THE kept l would: working order, 'E. E. Bolus, .mayor t Van WorleyinurBhal and,\
illness. almost unknown. tax coll.-ctor: R. K. 1'ylts, clerk and treasurer;
) : with. respectability, no large ACHIEVEMENT OF THE MEANS OF INDUSTRIAL EASE THERE Th'idford's John Henry tax: .BneRit r; rl. R. Walker F A.
packages: will be taken or fish of : Black-Draught is so i or(an.l. L. Carrot!>..rll. W, H. Mrannlng and
iinj COMES A PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE WHICH MAKES INDUSTRIAL EASE
succcbgfuj in curing such sickness: D. B. Prltchard, oiiuucilinen The council meet.
9 \ description carried by this conveyance THE GOAL .AND END OF HUMAN EFFORT. because it is without a rival as a first Tuesday In fBCh montb.TITUSV1LLE .
The inside of the couch is fitted
up liver r'gulator."rhi.great family BOARD OF- TRADE.G.M.Itobbinelrreelduut.1.M.Dixun .
Li OF THE WHALE with spring cushions and a reading In almost every age of scientific progress and material prosperitythe medicine is not a strong and | l ) treatorer -

lamp lighted wlj.li wax: for the accoiutnodatlon drastic drug, but a mild and ,J. of those who wish to aiuuse old dogmas by which discipline was supported are undermine! healthful laxative that cures con- night in each uiontb at their rooms.

.AN ESKIMO BANQUET THAT MAYLAST themselves on the road. The inside and' the old terrors of the law mitigated by the- progress of SCIENTIFIC ; stipation and may bo taken by a _
A WHOLE DAY. mere child without possible
backs anti seats are'also fitted with
up CRITICISM until many a people, having lost certain out- harm.
hair cuMlilons, rendering them more $
'
Ii I..d..t of the Social ..... Amongth comfortable to passengers than anything works of an ancient faith which were once deemed essential, abandonsthe The healthful action on the liver j

Nntlros of Aretla Ala.k. After hitherto brought out in the an whole ground on which that ancient faith rested, takes up a new cures vigorating biliousness.effect on It the has kidneys.an in- f1'' RH S

the llaatlnli Seunou .. Over-TliIt nals of coaching: and to prevent frequent Because the liver and f
do
kidneys
'; .t...'.< tb. Pivot to Bhori. disputes respecting' seats every philosophy of life which' seems stronger than the other merely because not work regularly! the i poisonousacids Id i'.JC'r

Writing of the Industrial and social eat Is numbered. Persons booking the! weak points have not been so fully examnied and tested, along with the waste from
,themselves will receive a card with n the bowels get back into the blood M9' MEET

inothoda and Alaska customs of the Enkliu number upon It. thereby doing away and ere the chang! is fully realized finds its REAL power destroyed and virulent contagion results.' .;..... -a tLP; s ALL
of arctic Edward A. Mclllienoy. -
In the Century with the disagreeables that occur' dally : and its REAL glory a thing of the past. Timely treatment with Thed- NEEDS:
L
Htiyu: in the old style." for 'lliIuck-Draurrht removes the 'Eq'rtcnt-e: bn. established It as
The principal occupation of these TO u h'ct.old by nil d olcr.. You
A feature of one promoter's scheme OUR CHIEF DANGER COMES FROM TRUSTING THE WORK dangers which lurk in constipation 8oW-tt."y ..ro"'. 1004 Seed
Euklmox: (of arctic Alaska) during the PLACES' liver and kidney troubles, and will ( fm. toll
Alm a1
was that each mall coach should be OF REASON IN WHERE WE ARE IMPERFECTLY PREPAREDFOR poaipuld up-
spring In the hunting of the bow head positively forestall the inroads of pllc..o.
whale In the leads. or open water, and properly guarded by retired soldiers.... ITS OPERATION. liright's disease, for which disease D. M. FERRY b. CO.

among the floe Ice of the Arctic ocean. who would naturally be acquainted Most of constituted and trained that the relaxation of in advanced stages there is DETROIT MICH.
with the use of llrearms but this idea us are so Ask ..... .'... '
t The taking of to whale Is always ,a no euro. your dealer for a ;. .. : ",
-
time of great rejoicing with these peo-: was not adopted and the contractor discipline will not leave us at the mercy of blind passion, but it may 25c. package of Thedford's Clack- ------- -----
at first supplied anti acme Draught.
guards often
s pie, for it tueanw not only an abunr of a worthless character Ultimately, leave us at the 'mercy of an almost equally blind spirit of SELFISH IFOLEY5iiONEYANDTARCu.
dance of food and fuel but a large
however the postofflce! undertook to CALCqLA TION. .... Colds Prevents Pneumonia
amount of valuable trading material. .
tile' Is 'the appoint Its: own guards, but these were The whole of events in has been such _--- f
After wbaling seaaop over course recent years as to ---; 1
at first ao ceulous that Pennant records
boats which have been used, In the
chase are gathered on the lends be ((171)2)), "They shoot: at dogs hogs. lay.men open to this temptation. The attempt to make human

tween the'pack and shore, Ice. which sheep anti poultry as they pass the selfishness THE FUNDAMENTAL STANDARD OF RIGHT E.t1 E.
road and even in towns, to the great
la often some miles from chore at the CONDUCT is disastrous the make unchecked
to
terror and danger of the inhabitants. as as attempt our
I foot of some road that bill been cut
c through the rough ice from the laud The mail coach was luxurious when animal instincts the standards of right conduct.
compared with the old stagecoaches.A .
to the water. The 'most ,successful ALMOST EVERY EVIL-POLITICAL SOCIAL OR COMMERCIAL-
,
coach was often called "a God permit _
boat's crew, with their umiak ((1\ whar-
," because the advertisement stated WHICH CONSTITUTES A SERIOUS MENACE TO THE PERMANENT 1
Ing boat covered with skins), takes the I
lead followed by the other boats In the that the Journey would be "performed PROSPERITY OP OUR COUNTRY CAN BE TRACED DIRECTLY TO
"
If Owl permits.
r order of their micc In 1830:\ the mall coaches had probably
floats paddles and everything pertaining MORALITY.
readied their prime. According to
to the chase of the 'whale are
a historian "eight nine miles
or an
placed In their respective positions. ..
hour had! hitherto been their highest t'aa 1'j sr :;:,?t! !b'v.
Tho umiak la then placed on a flat r
Ivory runuered sled and lushed. firmly speed, and now, with vehicles!: of light. The Proper Sphere ,of WomenBy .
l er build, the speed' was advanced to >to
In place. The owner, who Is called
ten miles an hour and even more. .PUTNAM JACOBI. Eminent New York Physician '
emetic (headman), stands 01tbe Ice 1
While the fastest mall coach oil the o
at the right hand side of the bow; the
road traveled at the rate of ten. miles F' O. the extent to which women resemble men they require
i boat steerer stands at the stern and
and five furlongs an hour, a private the SAME liberties to the extent to which differ t -.d. t -I
the paddlerd stand at their respective ,. ,_ ; they .
coach accomplished within the hour e
' I places along the sides of the boat. rather more than eleven miles. This they require their own representation' and the state requires 1 s I.
When all is ready the omelle gives the
''r word to go forward, and each of the 'was the coach between Edinburgh and THEIR .special influence. Under the new regime of universal man '
Aberdeen, 'of which Captain Barclay ef
f crew slips over his shoulder a broad Ury, the celebrated pedestrian was hood suffrage the state has become like a mining camp on the fron
breast strap of sealskin which Is at. lI
the : Besides and that it should be reconstituted AS ,
tached to a short line made fast to proprietor coachman tier. We claim A HOUSEHOLD

1E the thwarts of the boat. When all is four guars(Inslile. \It curried and eleven fifteen outside passengers while a where, if man U at the head for the protection and the defense -

the boat Is few .
ready pulled forward a
lengths and the next boat In order goes mull couch carried fouf" In and four woman shall have her equal place as the mother, the daughter,, e e
"
i through the In out, or eight altogether.. -Chicago the caretaker the administrator the conserver.Vc do
sam \ forma moving on News. not proposeto .
,) Its turn.until all the umiaks are strung r r
of
change the existing sphere women.
out In a long line on the grounded Ice .
ready for their return to land. Sex md the Be*. Women will not be sent into a new phice by posse 'ion of tho! -

move At a forward signal from chanting the bend weird boat songs all female Af one la time equal the numbers.bee. were The male'!Irresponsible and ballot ; like men, they will vote in the places WHF.IIE[ THEY .ALREADY \OZE3C: .A.S. IS '!..., TT ILxC Sc OO517 '


kr of the goodness and( power of the male bussed .about, simply STAND-in the mart> the factory, the place of busmen,. 519 w. Bar at.. JACKSONVILLE. o. FLA.

l p, whale for one of the superstitions of getting his own living marrying and and also in the schoolroom, the library, the hospital, and, far more
these people Is that whenever workingon dying. The responsible female/ not

any object to be used In whaling! or only got her own living but that of her often than all, IN TIlE nQU EIIOLD. "

doing anything connected with whaling children. Somehow by and by they FULL Q T tse ''

came to see the advantage of communal ,
they must extol the meritsof
constantly A Guaranteed Cure For IMIes. Catarrh Cannot be Cured 20 .
this great animal. tort: and just as women say facv ess.PREPAID I
Itching, Blind, Bleeding or ProtrudingPiles. with Local Applications as they II
I
Long before the boats reach shore to one another now. "If you'll wash cannot II
dishes UruggUt refund money U PAZO reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh la ILZT'PAl .
the I'll wipe 'em. one femininebee I
the entire population left In the vil-
OINTMENT: fail to oure any case, no a blood or constitutional disease, aud ,
lageinen, women children and dogs- said to the other "I'll be motherif matter how long standing;, la 0 to 14 In order to cure it you must toke tn- afZQTS I

( congregate on the beach to welcomethe you'll get the living." It was a bar ,days. Flatappliostlon gives ease and terual remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure

home comers. When the first boat gain and the accommodating females rent. Uo.( It your Druggist hasn't It Is taken Internally and ants directly on d

near land It Is brought to a half a few took drones in to board. send 60o. In stamps and It will be forwarded the blood and mucous surfaces. Hall's 6

fec from the shore line, and Its talisman The queen of a beehive does not post-paid by Tarts Medicine Co., Catanji Cure Is not a quack\ medicine.It QTSe t

which Is always carried in a little rule. She lays eggs. She does not :St. Louts, Mo. was prescribed by one of the best .r iIitr I II

pouch In the bow and may be a wolfs mind the babies. She does not even physicians this country for years, and I I
YoanMr Man. and Is a regular Is .
It
WU prescription. composed
head, the bead of a raven Iron pyrites do her own digesting let alone getting
of the best
Elvira-And did he kiss you . or any odd thing Is lifted out by the the food. The attendants: that surroundher MnrctaOb. H. with the beat blood puilflers actIng -
chaperon no. "
omelic and held in hi right hand toward feed her with bee milk, secreted by your to kiss 'directly on the mucous surfaces.
enough her first- Columbus '
the shore, where stands the chief glands In their heads. She has to be was wise The perfect combination of the two f i

medicine man of the tribe, who pours fed continually, for at certain periods DIIpe.tcb.lias Ingredients Is what produces such ,

over it a little fresh water to refresh it she line the power of producing frbm Stood the Test 25 Years. wonderful results In curing Catarrh.

and thank it for the benefits given. If 2OOO to 3.00O eggs a day, twice) her GROVE'S Tasteless Send testimonials., free.

the boat has secured a whale or if the own weight-four times, indeed-for The Chill Tonic.old original You know what you are F. J. CHENEY & CO., prop.,Toledo,

boat has not been lucky to appease any more than half her weight Is eim. In taking. It I* Iron and quinine In a tasteless Ohio

light that may have ben put uponibe her lifetime a prolific queen will lay form. No cure no pay, 50cta at the j rr Sold by Druggist, price 73 cents.

tU ui4a...la the bjpf tight 1J will 1,600,000 eggs Bed Crow Pharmacy, Tkimllle, Flo. I HaU'f Family MIL are the beNIto Agents for the Pabst Brewing; eo.N .


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, 1 NOVEMBER, \ 25 1904.. ti, J r

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Professional Cards. IMPROVING FARM LIFE. RURAl FREE DELIVERY.Bad -J'otl'e. h "'riiiulM m> lime for Dlthb or l laughter Cu a Cold In One pay
.. ." < "'I'is
-r .' the cold tuny dawn of Die morning -
The Need of Good Rods la Hum Roads Invent th. Ezter.loa o. -- after" Take LAXATIVK: BUO.MO QDIMINK Tab-

GEO. M. BOBBINS Corniuanltlea. the Servtee.! THK rRKDITOlW:. jk. M.LK M":(.,ni EELS".'. ilmwnnuil.A.NI IMS an Theie will he no *'monilor( aft.-i" tU{ lots Druggists refund the money' if It

"Before I clone lam anxious to apesY At the reyent International good all penKHtnafin|: am iniiu or "leummfatnlnm t'hINE oury a box of CAl.IfOltNlA fails to cure. B.V.. Grove's signaturein
hi. .. al1ll 'are kurell nuKHmt relqtilntil ; each box. 2flo. Red Cross .
end l Pharmacy.Clmrum
'COUNSELOR of"a ) VAKKKS! and lake> few.jJtd-
ATTORNEY
AND feature of the case which Is too roads convention at Sty LOuIs lIon. I M'I.h'MI".IIII.. ne to the timlrlimiMlmtuilnhitriitrt Tuie Ruing lu bed. tix OU.II1J : --
Often overlooked," said a speaker at It Frank E. Nevins of the United Statespostottlee ef saM llerrik-m within the HUM 'J'btY111
AT-LAW. : pitMurlbeU by|awttttrslu, tlie.....8 will be IxtrraO., right and tone you up before ..breHKfasl.1H of Fn..ll .....t1....
"We
will practice In State and United States .recent good roads convention. department delivered. an ad. :AMY A. MONROK, ( > WafeisJ3o:! at the lUd Cruse Phnrruaoy One nf the cluirhis of the fossil hunt-
ant bearing a great deal about dlsaatl At AdtiiinlHtnurlx Ito>t.ate '!'It sville, Fla.third *
Court. dress In which ho said!: er's life IK the variety, the element ofrertalnty.
or 1> W Monroe.Tltusellle
faction on the fa nil. Recently nuni ;
a "Tlie establishment of the rural fro \ Fla...OotOlMrtO UN*. toot ( combined with the gambling
Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. ber of Indiana educators have devoted 1
much time to the consideration ot delivery of mall throughout the country _____ "......." ___h. __ I"' '''.. clement of cliunce. Like the prospector
has produced a marked Improve Some )'''nl'''' ::::., ,1. .H'-'t:: n of SillulearntHl for gold the fossil hunter may pass
D.L.. QAULDKN, ways awl means of keeping the boy. ment In the condition of the hljtawnya tint: the pc..N liot.Tirn were suddenly! from the extreme of dejection t

cu the farm. Whileve have no desire When there Is a prospetet! of runil tree lIijh\vn.y BrevitiesWhore roapliiir, big\ |jll'lth.: Ho 1111'\1) : hit, to the extreme of elation. Luck comesIn
to the rural genius who need
ATTORNEY.AT-LAW, repress delivery In a community, work hume- revenue! (\ ) sieves! I iud: ordered n jp"t'.lt'arl ty of ways sometime
the life of the city to bring him to bin Clu.el begins the rouda. There tint: nil t 1'11111'1" fciind III'UI'( Sntn as the result! of prolonged and deliberate ;
on
Will In all : annow
practice the Courts of the Btstvt best development, it' Is, of course, a ; good, roads have been built f fIs
MclentUlo search la which
must be tease: Iiv t l'- .ltl" sieves. Those n region i
Florida, and the United State. Court. in operation 23.000 rural routes fRrw1ht,11 have Improb"o' UNO It |
most Important mutter that a feeling : .
.
known to be fonIliror sometimes
that t'u'ouj! WNto be.I. ,
which carriers travel D50.00O miles, dropjnM;
1.0 Bo.JWG.: TITUSVILLE.I'LA.4' of dissatisfaction shall not take hold ot over la easier to't't produce to market, and :
\ delivering mall to about 0,000,000 peo- tallied by tuv: tls::el'.ea i ; those that re In such a prosaic mnnner as the digging t
life la made and tot Ip
rural districts unsettle dla pleasanter happier
our and a I
nitilncil In the sieves woro to belong to of a Wt'II.-C"l1hlr :
T J. WEBB ple. More than 15.HH)( bridges have the owner fJt the land.
trlbutlon of labor which
long experience
.' been constructed that the Hiiltau: toe tnXt'.. It uourly rub..1tlltt
., over streams>
L. has shown Is. economically deslr The dlCerenoe between a good road Should R. Grateful.
would not have been built If It bad pearl tlsherics.Isla' .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW' able. ,Diana tlafaction with rural con and a bnd road Is the difference be "Yes. sir Charley snys !Mini De Witt i

Will practice In the Courts of the 7th dltlons can often be remedied by other not been for the establishment! of the tween comfortable: clothing and rags Idea. of K. .made a perfect monkey out of him.

Circuit. Taxes: paid for non-residents means than removal to the city. free delivery system. Nearly every between a full meal and a scant lunch. Caller-Wliy. 1'lIllfhll1", Ilob>>.r. I was "Has lie thanked her yet for the 1m-

and rents.and accounts collected. "The opening up of Interurban lines, portion of the country where road conditions There Is nothing more enjoyed thana really; born In IrtMand. Boltly-Oh. proveuiont she brought aboutr*-New-
will warrant it Is now supplied
TrrUSVJLLJI:. FLORIDA. the extension of telephones Into farmIng with this service. But In many see good road. It Is the common proper you're In tll :rIlIKe. then. (Caller In du- Orleans Times-Democrat-

regions the development of the tlons the bad condition of the roods 01 ty of everybody It Is beret by all, It guise Hobliy-- lIrol! You nlu't got
PENNEY, rural free delivery service-all. these la needed by all, It benefits all. any red chin whisker nor a Alpo stickIn Too Hard.Fanner's .
A.D. the lack of bridges prevents the extension p'
have done'a vast amount toward light A good road Is "a thing of beauty In your 1>.U. !-riillailotphU: I'-ess. Wife Why have you; left
of the service.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW suing the burdens of farm\ life. They; laws and a joy forever," while a bad road Is that piece of steak I sent out for yon}
"Under the road of most of the
have helped to Infuse Into the dull an abomination. A good road needs no IVnoiinl, Tramp (Indignantly, didn't ask for
TJTUSVILLJI:, FLORIDA. drudgery of furui work the life and western,states at the present time workIs friends; a. bad road never had any. "Is there nnythliiff yon d >n't need' work, nirt'nm. I asked for something
the
done the roads In fall by
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th gayety of the city. They have helpedto the various.J1POIl road districts, when thereIs The loss to any community, directly that I alight take?" nnUisi the slovenlyold to eat.-Illustrated Bits

Judicial Circuit. bring together men and women junk man wntclilug fUtAh packIng .
young no work to be done on the farms and Indirectly because of bad foods
whose social Instincts for com In the this work disappears. very quickly amounts to more than the his goods( on the mo"IIID.. Frankness consists In always; telling
panlonshjp cannot be repressed. It Is spring cost of constructing first class high Yes.." swapped> Subbubs) \ ; ". b th."- the truth, but not always all the truth. \iHANCOCK'S
A. FROST Nothing permanent remains, antI the
11I111\nee. -nnllRO.: ,
G. small wonder that farmers' sons and
roads are In as bud condition or worse ways. -
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daughters will tret'ol1d struggle to be m
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, than they were before.. The cost of
freed from an environment which I Kidney Troubles
Will practice In all the Courts of the 7th several monthsout $2.000 to $.000( a mile for the construction .'
Judicial Circuit: keeps them prisoners of hard ronda In this western Are easily! relived and oured In the be. VlpMll '
of the because the roads. are
year country is too great in most Instances ginning{ but as the disease grows In WM

Tires. VILLK. .. FLORIDA, Impassable."The for road districts, townships) antTcoun-- severity we must find a more potent :
effect of good roads has been not remedy. Here where Irvine's Buchu '
tles to bear; neither la It right that they
only'to help banish discontent from the Wafers excel as a cure. Of course they
'TEPIIKN E. FOSTER, J should bear the entire cost. The public Liquid Sulphur
farmers but also to brighten the liven shares live quick relief, but more than that
at large which directly or
ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpeburoiBuilding S of all classes of our citizens. It Is they' give sure and lasting cure. They
Indirectly In the benefits, should con- positively purify the blood Sold at bOo
not too much fl o say that an era of.good! Apodtlv.,|u ; Jax. tribute to the expense."There .. a box at the Red Cross Pharmaoy, Titus. for all dl...... at the j
roads will bring with It an era of opti-
never will be good roads In. villa, Fa.!
.J.OKItONVILJ.JC, FLA. few BLOOD. SKIN and SCALP
mism. I remember a years ago this country until the national govern t

r-- of hearing one of Indiana's well knownliterary ment takes the Initiative In this move i Room Foes Improvement.At rypNaoci for D." In hoi or coM bath.. for...
B. UrUUNllAM, M. D. men speak of the feeling of Itinal tpplictUon. for Inlun" BIO
the states of the
N ment and respective a dinner given by Sir Joshua
personal happiness and buoyancy that Nature's Grtatait 8.rmlld.
Union join in with liberal contributions Reynolds, at which were present (Jur-
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, came to him from the reflection that and this again Is supplemented rick Johnson, Fox and others Dr. I o end cosiUlirtloail f.m.d,..

tc least a dozen hard: well kept stone by local enterprise. Continental Europe the For BATH and TOILET i
Ear, Nose and Throat Bernard dean of Perry, bad asserted
roads led out of his' home In Craw-
.' England and Ireland are covered that after the'' age or forty- n Sesutltlrr the eompl,.ilon. re.ewe
'+ WEST PALM BBACH!= FLORIDA.D' .. fordsvllle, bringing him within easy with hard, broad pikes built at the expense : A man does not, Improve. "I differ the growth el the hill ..d ....
reach of his farm and bIll favorite fishIng of the of those n.U it tll'.'.' .r.,. ,
governments with you, sir, said Johnson "A man k1 '
UOUOHTON'S t grounds and opening up to him the countries. No country In the worldever may Improve, and you yourself have ; Hincock'sLiquid
whole book of nature. It him d hen'. irnttrl trmllldt. '
gave had will have -
yet or ever pcr anent great room for Improvement. The Sulphur OlntmMl t
rosier view of life. A ,, a.
FLOATING DENTAL'-APAni'MENTd and passable highways construct dean was confounded and for the Instant "oe't""t_. reeered. aerially..
"And so It must be always and everywhere ed and maintained by local authority. silent' Itecovertug himself he ll t.wwa..r .rr...,.tss., fat Butitfr Sc.l<5. OpiaSocit
k on the "Dentog," that better opportunities for "cl.d l r erne.wn .
cent of the of s+'
"Sixty per population remarked. "On reflection I see no cause ,, ,- ,. Saw Suiltctl. Boll,
INDIAN RIVER the enjoyment of life's blessings will this lives In the cities. and villages .oO.-,. cw, will., MN
Now ON THE: country to alter my opinion unless I were to w.. Ell aoa '
make better citizensAmong' :M rase a.d Rude: fahb,
us happier
; 40 per cent lives In the country. call It Improvement for to
a man grow the things that are large factors It Is not fair or just to place the entire which, I allow, he may-positive, .oo"vaw.a Oil...... ..
The Largest and Most Com- In bringing on this era of good burden of good roads upon the shoulders rude and Insolent and save arguments .,"IWMIYr. N ', I t
feeling I give a prominent place to the """' u.u._ c.
Diets Est blls.hment South. of the farmer. The general pubic by brutality. w.a..r Hanoook
development' of good roads. shares directly or Indirectly In the Liquid Sulphur Co '

GEO. S. HACKER & SON benefits and should bear the expenseof Welded la. ..a"'m.' M4.
...
Kl
ROB or That
an equitable tax for this purpose on "Madge Harry asked me to marry
"We bad been digging a drain to our all assessable values. The weight oft him last night""Ob >fAR '
warehouse In Mobile" said the major would be .rOu,Y'A LLYSKIDFEYCQRE
upon the Individual then as I a in delighted replied her
"and before going home for the night light as a summer shadow. While this friend. "How did It happen?" .to...'b. ov_bnd hs>l.aun.si 1. wire. Kidney* and BUtfdei- RightIF

I told our porter Sam that he'd better .. .. .. _
he - ----- ----- -- --- --
of taxation frighten asked andI
specter may spine "Well you see, just me, +
bang out a red lantern as a caution to of our skittish country friends and said 'Yes' and then he stood up and 4
the public. He was absent for.awhile YOU WANT A...
cause them to rear and plunge a little, folded his arms.
and then came back to me to say: they: will find on closer Inspection that "Well I never I Was lie, not more in- -- --.---- ---

'We kyant put out no red lantern the goblin Is a harmless creation of tlill terested than that? Whatever did you

Majah Dlbbs.' Imagination. They will get back In do at such treatment

'But why?" benefits ten times more than they will "What could I do? You see, I was Inhis .Building Lot
M 'Kase I's bin to ebery grocery stoU payout In taxes"ROAD arms' when be folded them." .. ,
in Mobile an' ebery one o' 'em am jest b vd

out o' red candles at present. Shall I
ImpoMlbl
go back an' ax 'em fur, blue or greenP CONSTRUCTION. Tommy was telling his mother about or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY,

MANUFACTURERS OF --- -- Official Should the wonderful thing he saw" at the LAND FOK. AN OUANOK GROPE, 1
0017 Competent
Doors, Sash, Blinds DO YOU NEED A H... Char*. .( Ih. Work. country fair. When tie claimed to have riNEAprLK i'LANrATIONorTRUCK GARDEN,
seen. a monster pig that was bigger
The value of good roads as compared We probably have for sale just what you are seeking./ '
than his father his mother accused him
& Building Material with Is and I
Moulding; MEDICINE? poor ones) becoming more
more aprecloted. There are numerous of exaggerating. I Settlers lire Hooking In but still there Is room. If you are

Office A )Warerooms, King, opposite IT COSTS rOU JfOTHItfO TO IHIfESTIOtTE cases, however, of attempts at road "It Is Impossible," she said.-New looking this way, drop a line to

Cannon StreetCharleston Improvement Involving the expenditure York Press __ __ Y 1
S. C. There is no one who does not need a of money and labor where the results ,JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VIoe.Preeident,

Liver Medicine occasionally. obtained are anything but commen.urate .
The of Liver 1LORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
symptoms Complaint are .
with what they should .be
says '
Sash Weights! ,; Cord am>< well known to every one} such a. constibatlon. Good Roads Magazine We refer especially ST. AUOTJSTINE. Pt A.
loss
of
dyspepsia, appetite, sleep'essaess
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to roads under the
country
[ headache, as tired feeling and - ---- -- ---- -- -
Hardware. many others of a similar nature. supervision of officials wholly Incom-

Thousands die annually by not heeding petent to build or repair them.
Window and Fancy Glace\! the warnings of nature. The fact that a road Is made of com- Florida Oranges and Grapefruit tai

A SPECIALTY: Many acquire some chronic disease mon dirt does not of necessity make it
d From which they never recover. bad If constructed after modern pray s,

Many of these could be spared for years. tice. There Is little hope of securing '
ALHO RAHLY VyORTATir.Kt: WANTKD: KY
of usefulness by keeping la the home
results desired and effecting a saving
fOLEnUONEYm fAR some reliable remedy.We .

lbeaafdr'sat -r-. __ .. ....... believe that we can convince any Ia the money or road labor officials expended each 'J. ::t\I.tasorl.: : :lam.: : Clock:
unless -
I--I -- .. Fair-minded person that there Is no better ;rear the are properly .,
: remedy for the Liver known thaq educated to scientific methods of

Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup. construction. 110 Murray Street New York.

"blXlE .'The formula is known, consisting of; There Is great need for some method _
FLYER Buchn, Hydrangea Mandrake, Yellow of properly educating roadmakers.

Dock Dandelion, Sarsaparilla, Gentian, Schools and colleges!! are' beginning to Member of the National League of Commission Merchants.of the United States.
Senna and Iodide of Potassium. You
know just what you are taking. How realize the importance of the road ques- -Hte-cclls and Quotations Cheerfully Furnished '
WORLD'S FAIR ROUTE of
many other formulas of a liver medicine Uoa'and are adding regular courses
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Detraction to their curriculum. This -- --- -
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published? Ask your druggist about -- --
this. It is already prepared and can be method of education, however is out of

taken immediately.The be question for the present road official H Miss Cannon, Scc'y: Detroit 11 F. :Hublzraan c& Co.
I HashTille, Cbattabooga & St.; Louis By. strength U extracted in the most t and therefore in electing 1 such tells

kkillfnl manner certainly superior to any official to office regard should be taken Amateur Art Association, 201 Washington Ht. 1 NEW YOItK.

'r Western and AtlantbR.R. manufacture powdered preparation a Liver known.Medicine(in We pow alaq .s to his capabilities- as a practicalroad / young women what to do to 0.1: Murray Street: J} N. Y.

tiered form with which any druggist caq builder. avoid pain and suffering caused

supply you, but this, like all other dry It has been sugKeited that every' by female troubles.
DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH Liver Medicines requires preparation.) highway commissioner should be. compelled

Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrupis to pass an examination in unproved DRAR 1ItM.; Pr: x nAe '-lean conftctentlousljr Oranges Pineapples
THE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS pleasant to take, does not lose it* methods of road construction recommend I ydlj J.:. ,

strength, as Liver Medicine in dry form, before heIs allowed to assume the duties l'lnkhatn'sVci "-tnl lo Compound '
OP and will keep in any climate. of his. of ce. inch! a law ought certainly to those of my sisters suffering with and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

TENNESSEE AND KENTUCKY. Your doctor, however skillful, could to be productive of beneficial female weakness and the troubles .4,
prescribe nothing better. ....olt.. Which so often Ix-fall. women. I snffered represent several of tile largest shippers In ,out State,and wish to represent
3 3I
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Stopovers allowed at all stations on There U no opportunity for a doctorto for months with general weakness -"* .
make a mistake in writing a prescrip- and felt so wear, that I laid bard .'\ you also Give us a trial shipment. Established!: 30 years.

Hue where here are Ticket Agents. tipri. or a drug clerk to make a mistakeIn ......... Worship.Along work to keep up. I had shooting pains. .. .
compounding the same (besides a the sacred road of Xtkko, In'apun. and WM utterly ml raLtJ.: In my distress ; -4- -- ---
$20.05; Coach "Excursion: doctor' bill and the cost of the medicine is an 'Idol about wUluh) centers I was advised to use Iiycllll J.:. KHTAHLIHIIKO J: / 170.

I .; $27.50, 15 days; $::13.00. Ul<> days; t, .) You can be absolutely sure of the one of the mint curious "worships to 1'Jnktmm'a. Vegetable: (:om-- ------- _

$40.6. Regular Season 'tIcket.A proper proportion being in every dose. the world t'pvri the surface of the onmU and It was a <1 letter diy to

Dr. Thacher's Liver and Blood Syrup statue are seen little pieces of what me when I took, tile f loe) for at. M. Lane & Son
has been used with the greatest conn. that time my: refitur >n began. In
TRAINS DAILY to be dried paper. If you standby ,
n-'wl
appear nix weeks I woman,
2 2 dance and success in thousands of homes was a> '
for M and is prepared by A pharraadst the Idol for awhile and wait for n perfectly well In even '''ipect I felt!!
years, to come along will see elated I want alt 250 WA8HINOTON, STREET, NEW YO me. ; .
'i lta.1 Jacksonville, via r.S ?TJ a m. of Zft years' experience, in a labcK worshiper you so and happy: '
'Lear JacluoDTlU. via A.O.L.,.M p. m. ratory equipped with the most modern trluit these bits of paper ure. The de* women who staffer' to : <"< ,,U[ as I did. '

appliance for the most perfect safety.If otce baits In front of the mace. then adieu ODJLA CUM, : ,!9 Jonrs St.,

*>... <& wet ..""' -',..... year -..e scribbles a prayer on a bit of puller, Detroit, Mich., SecretVnatenr. Art Southern Fruit and Produce
ORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. ..rtb..d.y f_ + 1'"I. b.fde..aen. The wad Le then chews up Into n I",I Isnd Association.-f 4000/,.,/. 'n'lel.alel.b..e I
"/ 2A.eA.r'_ 1/k Ji..k.M 'H_ I ,.U''.,frvdnf....,...*... tiiii ",,ooJu"" .
UPEnD EQUIPMENT.TBROUGh ; 'v-P1."" /* oil...... 0.s<"..(y M 10 ,_, hurls It at the 1011It: it bits 41i' 1\U"
.,1 44 .' -...,,-... w. ka.a w.d face and sticks<< the prayer Is sure t \Vhfnono consider that o otrl.r.c.1ss1o :: : :: : ts. .
SLEEPERS.E. z ::;;' ... >annouB* letter lit only one of the ::: : > tMIqroho't'1.
lOB MAX.M HT.; ALL DJJ ua az.r. be granted and tile pious pilgrim K'". countless hundred- which Wearecontinuallypubliahingln
1 If the bail sticks. to "">' '
away boppy the
news.papersofthtsoonntry.t' PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
*0 .n U .... ft.OO. : FLORIDA
JY WALKER Tla. Pa... Agt. portion of the body the omen (+ areetvirtne
THACHER MEDICINE CO. quite so propitious awl It: It f ilN' of Mrs. Plnkbam's mcdion mat be
Florida Passenger Agent. Stencils Card and our quotation furnished on application.
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4 BA81V.COAST, ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 25, 1904.

; '. JAMES. PBITOHAKO. President: t Wn.. M. BBOWW: Vice-president---

ly, yon must study it In all 1 hs i, ," #, ', Wll'lSTOlf' S. BHAKNINO, ( a hler.
ADVOCATE
EAST COAST
bearings. Never bother about "I? ;

other people's business_mind your
INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
AWBMX.T JOtnUMf D.VOT.D TO 'TUB DBTBI- own. The man who undertakes to :
OVMBKT Or Taa. IKDIAJT than, LAKHWO learn 11. business from books will! ,

TH AKD B1HOATHB BATSBOTIO1IS.PUBLI8HKD never make a practical merchant, ROYAL COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

P and that pretty well applies to a
Authorized
capital
EVERY: FRIDAY.CBAKI.ES $t OOtoo
printing office aa well. But, on I Paid capital.
up $26,000
I H. WAI/TOW, Editor & Publisher the other hand, 'merchant who Average deposits, $200,000 I
d refuses to read whatever he find Baking Pwdei'laves Sm ,

of interest in connection with his
D oontlnnan3 of iWvts. most be mad.p.r- Transacts a General
business to be Banking
cannot :
.Bally at thU office or by writing. expect

l Gneok:,etc.,may he made payable to CHABLBH. 1 brilliantly Be diligent successful.in getting new trade, Health T Business,

' ,y WALTON,publisher. be careful and soiicitious of that 1 J Largest and Oldest Bank on the River.

established ; do not let it get away r".,, _
1 In writing to the ADVOCATE for Inform froth you by selling inferior good
tion ov uty kind,the writer will oblige by encloBng e or doing bad work ; and last, bu \. *The;; use of Royal Baking Powder is Countries.--
envelope.
a stamped-addremed
not leasr, do not be afraid to let Patronage am>reclateIJ. Prompt service, polite
people know what baye to essential to the healthfulness of the treatment and: every favor cnnxlntent with con.IItIrvativ. .
.
you banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS1 .
BOSTON OFrIC't-1Da EAST COAST ADvo.OATa ((;
bat opened an office at4 4 Atlantic avenue. sell, through the medium of your I family food. '
1 Boston which will he in charge of,",Mr. Claude local papers, so that your business Phoenix: National Bank.; IT.' T., Empire Tiurt
/ y
COD1I> N. Y. Atlantic Natloual ,
Hunk
O.Walton. may be increased thereby. _' W a a,V h Jaolc80nv hle.Jaokaonvtlle, Fla. or
Yeast ferments the food.
-: ',I/ Address all oommunloatlons to '.I"I'1'USVILLE9: It'LA.
'j EAST COAST ADVOCATE THE Manatee Florida out Alum, baking powders are injurious.
: i TlTCiVILtB, rLoamA.I with a Special South Fair =

',, ---.------ edition last week, which was quite J. H. :OC :BI3I1'TS:: .

I u. 8. Department of Agriculture a credit to Manatee County, and Royal Baking Powder saves health.ROYAL (Sucoeasor to Dobbins Bros.)) .

Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. greatly enhanced her exhibit at O TJ JNT tan.d.: x:... C> C ::s::. S 1Vg7CTKe: : :

i t this fair. Editor Walpole baa BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK. __ Badges Checks, Door :Numtjers Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Supplies
4 The following II" comparative state done himself proud In his special -------- ---- REPAIRING: OF GUNS/ AND REVOLVERS A 8PECIALTY-
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I tent of temperature and rainfall for the edition, and tbe people of his i The distance from the lower end of rectlon It will\ become converted and Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
224 Alain bt, Jacksonville, Fla.
week ending Tuesday, Nov 22. 1904 county have reason to! feel proud Brrv'ard' Coun'y to Miami I" 150 miles. want to put in roads also Now Brevard
-1904- -1903- him.GOOD In a recent fetter Mr. J. M. Cheney, County has not only made "elforta" but -==
DATE.: MAX. MIW.. MAX. WIN with President of the Board of Trade, of Or- It has accomplished fact, and It Is facts
+t 10 70 Of) 82 74 lando, says, "When It Is possible for a that tbe snccexsful men of the twentieth THE 'SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
17 78 61 81 70 ROADS MEETING AT man to start from Jacksonville with an Century demand. It Is facts that will
18 77 65; 88 68 I automobile and go; down the East Coast convert the old foggy, and lazy man. .
00 MELBOURNE. these road May we hope that some of our neighboring -
19 76 02 I 76 to Miami everywhere along
:20 78 09 75 68 the value of real estate will\ Increased'"As Counties are convertible. Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement;
21 78..07 74 07 The quarterly! meeting; of the Ooo soon AS one section of the State WM T. WELLS, .
Ir 22 80 03 75 58 Roads Association of the Third Controls sees another making efforts" In this dl.SEADUEEZE.. Secretary pro lem. *

,. Total rainfall for tbe week: 1.08 loner's District; was held Nov. 18th. at ,
Departure from normal rainfall for the Educational Hall, In the town of Melbourne Vitrified Having and Sidewalk Brick.....
week: plus .45 Inches. Departure President Branch In the chair. .
trim normal "al"ta.Inoe\) January 1, There good attendancr from
was a ;
Offices foot
ot ITogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
plus 11.60 Inches. this place and Mloco.CUmmisaloner .
u1 U L.P. IlAHDixr Observer.IIAVlcyoa Conkllng; reported that New Clarendon Inn bEABREEZE, FLORIDA J.. \IUlfNEHLYN'Uenel'al: Manager.

_______u. .____ ___. In accordance with Instruction from Facing I the Son
tbe Association, the ltral step I _
bad been taken, ant proper npecoil good : 100 Rooms, 40 Modern Bathroom, Swimming Pool Bowling Alley Tennis
cleaned up your yard roads tax of the ((4)) miles bud been Court, Quoit Grounds, Etc. Thirty-five miles of the grandest; ocean beach In Tha Oldest Established Grain and Seed House In the State.
and sidewalk and trimmed your laid and collectml\ Time duce then tbe world.f perfect for carriage drive, blo>ole riding and automobile.

trees? If not, why not? there bad been built th... folios ln" -Ylz, .UNRIVALLED SURF BATHING AND SPLENDID FISHING. A Yili
one and one halt miles of shell road at OCEAN PIER AND CASINO CONNECTED WITH IIO TEL. tl'Wm.:: A. :E30'1.l.rS: Co.

Sebastian; oDe\pd three quarter mile Rates booklet and further Information mailed upon application Address,
A of subscribers are at Mlcoo one and three quarter mile
FEW our ;
till in arrears, 'and we shall be at Grant, one and one-half miles at Val. E. L. POTTER, Proprietor SEABREEZE, FLORIDA C. II. KNAPPE" :, Manager GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN'SEEDS,
karla; one and one-half miles\ at Mala
pleased to hear from them. bar; one-half mile at Til I man; and the .
gap between Melbourne and Eau Game I EAU GALLIC. Flour, Grits, 'Meal and Fertilizers
had been closed. This strip Is now beIng .
PAINTERS and carpenters re su gone over and three oars of shell aTi tavta MS 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
busy In Tltusville, that people are being put In the broken places.
have to wait several weeks to get Besides this, new roads have been Hotel ,Sarno and Cottages FAIT GALLIE, FLA. Catalogue Free. Warehouse on tracks' of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. By.Jacksonville's .
work attended to. It looks to us opened as follows\ : viz, from Malabar to ,
Provldenoti; from Mlcco to Herndon;
as if more painters end carpenterswere and from Valkaria to Platte place. Also On tbe Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers. Two miles from the mouth of the
needed in this town. the road from Eau Sallie to Bovine famous Banana River. Unsurpassed Duck Shooting; and Fishing.; The Hotel Fancy Fruit Store
has been straightened, this requiring and Cottages are elegantly furnished. Freestone and Sulphur Water. Rates: ,
one and one-half miles of new road. Also I, .2.1>0 and 1.00 pet day; special by the week, or month. Cottages completely
Tux ADVOCATE: job printing de. a new bridge Is being! built over the furnished for families J. WATKINS LEE. -WHOLESALE and RETAIL
partment has been much rushed Sebastian River, on tbe Sebastian and

with orders during the past few Klondike There Is road.money enough In the treasury WEST PALM BEACH. ., .' W. B. Ferguson Proprietor .
weeks and thank those ,
we merchants to finish the work now being done .
in TItuavllJe who have io north of Eau Gallle, 'which Include No 18 Julia,Street.
liberally patronized as. eight bridges. Tbe Turkey Creek bridge The Narcissus '
bas also been built, thus opening up Cottages MARION and CORNELIA.
some of the finest building sites on the ,SPECIAL: ATTENTION GIVEN TO ASSORTED BOX AND BASKET

FOLLOWING in the footsteps of East Coast. The bridge over the Eau Narcissus Street, West Palm :Beach, Fla. Shipments to any place l iu the United States at any time.
Gallle River now needs about $100,
1 others, Mrs..Maybriok is writing a spent on It. There Is now available for Rates: $2.50 to $:.1.60 per day. Special rates by the week. _

book on English prison life. Prob. the construction and repair of roads In Fronting on Lake Worth, with attractive view of the Palm Beach shore D _
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ably sbe'will go on the stage next. the The Third total District assessed a trifle value over of$2300.property: Delightful, airy rooms. Electric lights, hot and cold bath, and all modern r ;: :; ;:=

Anything to make mono Probably 10 this district Is now $713,100.00: whlcb conveniences. Table service the best. Small children not taken. s r LX..

the publishers will get the given for road purposes! the sum of $2- MRS. L. D. HOSKINSON, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
IX bulk of the Income from said book. 16107. The Third District la the larg-

'i eat in the County, and besides hoi TurnIps-and Ruts Bags
most of the bridges. It has 143 miles of:
IP we may judge from the- large the main road besides many laterals. II Onion Sets-Beimuda and Pearl.
number of applications for sample The cost of the bridge over the MeMurray & Baker Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.

copies of the ADVOCATE: during the Sebastian ,qn the Klondike road, together Seed Potatoes r fall, N.". 4.Rolle and Triumph. t I I II
with the road repairs, will be '
Stock and Foods Etc.
Poultry Supplies-International Poultry ,
past two weeks, the rush of 1911- t.100./ or more. Mr. Williamson of 4O1-413 East Day Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
ists and land seekers will be great &ill coo, advocated the Increase of the
special road tax of miles.. If Jobbers I L. O.A.1WEEl.CJN": : : Soodsmzzn 00
this winter. To day we are sent seven wa -Makers and of- I : ,
could have five : miles each
ing 89 ADVOCATES to various parties would only ((3)) yearIt 114 East Bay St., Fla.I

asking for a sample copy.A Four years go along ago our way.roads consisted of Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material L : ,

I rails through the flat wood., anc'crooked !rCS!_rR t7 afi.: -i
aa a cows tall. Last yer TEN ,
MERCHANT who ,tries to do MILES OF SHELL road were built in Saddlery, Rubber Tires. 1
I* business without advertising, is this Third District
Mr. ot Malabar unanimously First-Class Repairing and :WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN
like the man who went fishing Parley, was Painting. Etc. Etc.
elected Secretary to1 till the va-
without bait-be received very few cancy caused by the former Incumbent's THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS 1
bites. Advertising is what steamis moving from the district. A motion
'j" to machinery-the grand propelling was carried that the meeting adjourn to 0 :33vi.y Your "FLORIDA VEGETABLES" complete( manual. on Florida Crops.
power-and merchants can. meet on the third }Wednesday Deoem. "FLORIDA ORANGES."-A book of special Interest to Orange Growers.

; not aiford to do without it if her, (2lst(: ) at tbe same place, but; at FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES "FLORIDA/./ 8'rRAWBERRIES.-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivation
they 1::HO instead of 2?:10 In tbe afternoon. e' '
want the public's patron age. Notice was given of an amendment to from a house that has been to bunlnpm over tblrly years, aad Fertilization.!
the constitution to provide for an executive and has always had the reputation for LOW PRICES "IRISH. PO'l'A TOES."Booklet tin "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation, Effect -

committee whose duties shall be on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured. of Fertilizer, Digging; and Shipping."
) IN consequence of the rush of to act aa an advisory board with the "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple Growers, I
tourists to Florida the Southern I It toraraisMoner.
Hess "IDEAL FERTILIZEUS.-Bo"k showing all our different Brands, Analysis,
r I t Railway'has been compelled to putt On comparing note and consulting; Slager
the map it developed that; the County of Price, etc.
:; on more trains in'addition to the trevard, while having; a small popu- New and revised editions of tile at>ov" just published, sent free for tho asking.
," ones that have been running. Last lation. has already made a!good road for iiM 1; year the extra trains were not run over ONE Tl1mD OF THE DISTANCE > J & S. W. and A. O. L. WATCH INSPECTOR. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,

; .t't until November 2th!) but this I sea 'FROM rr. AUGUSTINE TO MIAMI. 330 W. Day St., JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. JACKSONVILLE PLORIDA.n .
son the d i There are only two small gaps to be __ ___ __ _
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J commence rune ag un completed, and then the main County I ----- I
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November 7th. The Increased Road of Brevard County will extend THE ANHEUSER BUSCH I
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p travel warranted thia move on the North and South This -II a splendid : ,,. ''I I
of the Southern showing and one that any county should .
part Railway Co. ,
he proud of, and Is largely due to the Brewing Asso's.Famous G' r OBE. I
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ability and hard work of the Couimlaioners :
I When remembers that '
one ; the S
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS. people> of this section have not been SI.locals Keg and Bottled B

/ 'talking for publication" but have been Beer. II GASOLINE u I j
iiietly at work making good: roads; It Y o
The best way to succeed in business will\ be seen why Brevard County has Bold by: Messrs.r.A.Lesley sad .. .2 :!i 1
t' Is to look after your own busi- outstripped all the other counties of the R.L.Motlow,Tltntvllle.ru. I 58 ? 0

I. neee, and not trouble your head done last this Coast without of Florid making any Brevard debt, and has By Mr.BoLo Motlow,Coco,Flm. MARINE ENGINES I.t I.
about the
other fellow's business ; without any help from Mr. Flagler, or JOSEPH ZAPF IYh"' '3 2 .i
f but the merchant who became any other philanthropist Dade County =: j !

t I wealthy, knew better than to narrow bas had help and besides has a special Sole Agent. !I' =1 11
7 t his business the cattle law, which Induces people to locate -
to space In. "':I
v I eluded within the four wall of his bounties there.have done Voluula lots of and loud St.talking Johns, 610 to 620 West Bay Street J;; I I

, tore-he advertiied with will in but little work
\ I a comparatively on the 1":1:: t1 ''i
> r his home papers, and drew trade much talked of road from Jacksonville JACKSONVILLE. 0
'i to his store from the to Miami. The map shows Volusia to I 0 I
t surrounding have about fifty ) THE S. )B HDBBARD COey r
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country. th : i
'I'' of F ocean front St. Johns to have about WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS. .
The store-Hk'e the ADVOCATE sixty, while Brevard' has one hundred Patented la all countries.! Only tackle ,
f ; clflce-ia only tbe headquarters, and twenty-five, or more than both Volulda block of the kind In tbe world. Fitted -A.GIJI.TTSfA::: : "" .
'f. the storm center, the and St. Johns combined, and Bre- with the celebrated Vinton Roller .=:;
'. .focussing yard her good road, fit for automobiles, Bearer. Useful. In any place 'where toI i
:" point, as it were. Whatever has a nearly finished from one end of the hoisting Is done. With these blocks Jacksonville] Florida. rql,4.
ji/ ; hearing upon your trade, from Count to the other. This Is plain proof one man can do the work of two. ; :
: whatever source it may come, Is that If the other Counties had worked Thousand sold In the. north. Call f :
, sort of your business and In almost as bard as Brevard the hard sun and see them In working order at this ,g ,
,,1 i W to mind business; or- face road from Jacksonville to Miami office, or the store of Jas. Pritchard A: L> "WRITE, FOR CATALOG AND PRICES. j
{,, ..; your proper- would now be an accomplished fact, Son TUusvlDe. e i

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 25 1904. 5



Eden. Stuart r GEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.
THE SINGER' MANUFACTURING CO. .

story 1Bm.: =;r <:>S.
Are now telling Sewing Machine ON EAST PAYMENTS. II W. Richards made a flying visit to J. C. Phitt's two residence Is fast .PL .

this place one day last week" nearing corn pie t Ll. ';.

SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS. The I. R. and L. W. Fish and Ice Co., J. C. Hancock has rebuilt his bulkhead, .) Corner Bay and Julia St.., JACKSONVILLE

are doing a big business at present, which was washed up by the recent hut '.

Our Direct Representative is at your service; Mr. and Mrs Otis Cureton were call- ricane. WHOLESALE. GROCERS

Drop as a card Rod he will call on you. Ing In Atikona last Tuesday afternoon. Robert Lcdbetter Is busy, this week,

I SEWING MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 per cent discount Nathan Sauders, of Fort Pierce, was a building a new dock. The high water Is
rather haul the dock builders.
I allowed fui old machines. All makes t.f Machines Repaired pleasant visitor to this place last Sun on Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

Needles; Belts, Etc.!: for All Kinds of Machines. day A very Interesting/ praUo. service was
held at the church, l.'uelltllaftel'DooO f .
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F .1, Willis and wife, drove through .
DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-For use on sewing machines, writIng this place Saturday, In his dashing about t lI.tl-tive: ladles being prevent. Local Agents for Indian River & Lake Worth Pineapple Association. 1

machines, bicycles uud all purposes requiting a fine lubricant, tbe turnout. Fishing at the bridge for shocphead Is Send fruit and vegetables Our facilities for handling perishables'' cannotbe
us
bent U cheapest iu the eud. Oeuuine SINUElt OIL can only be obtained the favorite pastime of our winter visit your

Singer/ stores( Miss .Robinson spent Tuesday at ors. The lisa are very large this season equaled this market. ,
White City. with her friend, Bessie

ADDRESS Thaxton. Stuart wants a bakery. A good'baker WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO, .. Frank Craig, of Stuart, spent Sunday can do well here, and will receive goal: ,
About 200 loaf will
COCOA, .. FLORIDA. in Eden, the guest ot Mr. and .Mrs. F.: till patronage.the bill. a oven ---- .- -- -------
W. Richards. '
Edith MoClIn- II. W. Brosoy's residence Is going/ sky- e Merritt.A .
Misses Raoey, AVInnle gln-a.----I
OrrgA ns Organ.s ward The raftors all
OrIJan.s, ton and Morlat Gary, spent lost :Satur rapidly. are up -
and the will
Repaired-made to sound like new. Price $5. Drop ns a card when you have day, with Miss Robinson. on this week.top cover commence to go A. L. Bruner Is I bridge Is talked off, and has been

Address1 j. Miss Reba LeTournean build some first class boats.J. for five years. Why not get It put
work for us to do. < M. M. BROCK, COCOA, FLA. vas one of a O. O. and Wm. D. MoFar-
party who visited the wreck, last Sun Poppelton W. Bruner shipped thirty-two cratesof through this year, !good people all? 16
land are day In Chas !Schuylei'a: launch. tine pineapples hart Saturday.Mrs. just Merritt
NN.N.N..NNN..NN.O.OQNN.Ne.NN.N. board the launch,Thelma ou their annual
Mr. Blair has taken the to

.; made a business trip to this section last Improving health and strength erect Mr. Gilbert's wharf and launch-
EAST. COAST IISTETWS. Tuesday in the Interests of his firm. W. F. Crews, one of our successful house; and will assist. In building Mr.
vegetable growers Informs us that his Mr. Doyle and family are In the Bergman's store-If through, In time to>
.
.; Mr. and Mrs. F. G. MeMullen returned prospects have never been better for a Burchflol houfe. They came from It. I. do so

******************** Saturday evening last, from an extended large crop. sold his first boxesof
western tour, including a visit to the "Uncle llughlo" )(r, Franklin Mussulman, wife and two
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World's Fair.Irs. Dyer and Wltham have a largo force oranges\ butuday. They were fine chaining daughters, have rented Mrs. .
Newsy Notes Contributed bv Our RegularCorp of men at work on the cargo of lumber ones too."Uncle.. Blair's cottage, the Wigwam, at Merritt,
i W. F. Richards and :Miss\ Robinson which washed ashore from the wreck of his until May. Mrs. Blair and son are. dom
: of East Coast Correspondents._ went to the dance at Tlbbals, last the George Valentine, Monday.Ilughle' picked It weighed( prize exactly persimmon toiled, at present, In Mrs. Rose Dayton'sBuogalo
: Tuesday evening, and report one of the at Alertltt.;
. '. moot enjoyable dances of the B. Kltchlng, our genial postmaster, one pound, and measured' one fool ,
...........................NNNNN.NN.N..NN.. season. spent Thanksgiving Day with his brother around It, and the same lengthways, lair and Mrs.DrosHe are pleasant newcomers

Commodore and Mrs Henry Sowall at Sobastion. This Is the postmaster'sfirst and still It was not round. to Menltt, and have added greatly -

.. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. vlalt In four years.A ( to the appearance of their place since
Melbourne. I Eau Gallie. Mrs. Handy her aunt and a young
Robinson last
Sunday driving up from number! of our citizens and baseball lady friend'from Evansvlllo, 111., arrived their arrival in September. We want
/Sewalls Point In time
for morning ser fans went to Jensen, Thursday, to witness Saturdayand ate pleasantly located In just such Northern push and energy and
vice.
d- Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE the game of ball between the Jensen Mrs. Haody'loo", cottage. Mr, Handy Merritt wilt! bo the most sought after
the of the East Coast will be, BARAK <'. HOD080N-PHYIIIOI4N: BUB- /Samuel:: Cureton. Mrs. John Miller, and West Palm Beach nines Is expected later on. spot on Merritt Island.
pink paper ,
UItN: Eau Qallle, Florida. Mr J, G. and
Wey Florence Robinson
received at the Melbourne Po totDce. elected The yawl, Trochee Is anchored In the Rev J, B. Hawk preached two most Mr. Bergman/ formuily of Indlnnoln,
were
delegates to the Florida
Inner harbor, and will be hauled out on excellent: sermons, morning and eveIng has just puiohanod an acre of land of
RICHARD W. GOODS.-Real Estate, Notary The new county school has Its heating S. E. Coast Conference, to be held at the marine railway In a few days, to befitted here, Sunday, Epwoith League/ In Postmaster Thompson, nt Merritt, and
Fubllfl and Conveyancer. Agent for Aetna. Sebastian very shortly. H. H. Jones
. apparatus In place flue and.pimtotlloe
Liverpool and Loudunand Globe,and Hartford. will be o.dalnecl at that time. up for I ha tourist trRle.E. the evening before preaching. All are Immediately meet a store .
Fire Iimuranca Companies Special attention Thos Sumter took a run to Miami, L, Squire:; has piirchasnd the Simmons cordially Invited to atteud both Sunday as well as .dwelling.{. This)
paid to the Interest, ot nun residents. r- will DOC only he a great convenience to
school and ohiuoti.
this week business.
on ,mid t be .
I DlsustrousVreeks.. launch cm si-en dally spinning .lealdont at. Murilll, but improves the
HOTEl. IIELI.EVUE-M..lhonrne Florida. A Klnnard's Livery have all tbe business around the hoi'bor. Mr. Mlmmons The Misses Emily and rhsilottu Bond little village and will add greatly to Its
healtby winter resort on lilifh: vine lanu, overlooking Carelessness U, for will build a now one In the near future. Emi
Indian River. Rates island they can Attend to since the arrival of the- responsib e many a with their charming nieces Misses attraction as .a residence site on the
da,. Special rates per week or upwardper season. new boggles : railway wreck and the same causes. are There will bo EuUcopal services at ly and Edna Uoml, arrived from Kenoidia, island
Write for rates to Madam E. M Campbell, making human wiecks of nutfeiers from WIs., on Tuesday. And by the way,
Manager, R. W. CampbeIl'rolrletor.The J. A. Gilbert Is now making the usual ,throat. and Jung troubles. But since the church, Sunday evening, weather about all of our best (people,, are from Major\ l". M. Gilbert nod wife, of
Ihluls the first time the '
changes and Improvements to his Eau peimiitlng Evansville Ind. have arrived' and
i the advent of Dr. King's New Discovery that same nourishing city. And wo are
Brown House Das" been entertaining Gallie. house on the bluff. for Consumption, Coughs and Colds new minister visits us, and we ask everybody would !gladly welcome a hundred, more vetting settled In their cozy little winter
who to attend the service
an unusually. large number of guests Chadwlok" Bros have moored their ,I even the worst canes can be cured, autlhopeless can just such good, people front!thaF; same home at Meriltt, which they have named
lately. e' I large schooner, the J. W.Booth, In Eau resignation Is 'no longer neces. The F. E. C. K'y. work train has departed locality.On "'1 be l'alO1lla" suggested by two stately
Gallie sary. Mrs. Lois- Cragg of Doichester after filling In Railroad avenue. palms that !grace their front lawn, an
Mr. and Mrs A. A, Buck, of Ormond, harbor for the winter season. the Nov 18th. the
were of C. U. Stewart and Mass., la one of many whose lite was The least!: Coast Flidi Co have erected a evening many well as any number of groups of palms
family guests last week.Mayor : The opening of the New Carleton, at saved by Dr. King's, New Discovery, draw In their bridge, which crosses the friends of Miss llsttla Bower 'pave her a that seem to spring up here and them, 1
Melbourne Fildaylast, was well at. This great remedy Is guaranteed for all road. The draw was built under the genuine old time surprise party.. It being through their bel\utltullrrollnd-.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Laurence and son. tended by our citizens, young and old. throat and lung diseases. !Sold: at Red direction of Uncle Ernest and Is a neat the birthday of this very popular waiting! for theIr oar of household goods,

of Marlon, 0., are among the pleasant Mr. Savage; of Boston, and a gentleman Cross Pharmacy. Price ZOo, and $1.00.( ( piece of work. young lady. :She: I I. not ashamed of her Mrs. Gilbert U having her house redecorated
guest of the Brown House. Trial bottles free: ago, but she would! "just a little" rather 'Inside with palm green paint, and
from the old North Carolina State,
not tull how "young" she Is. The merry the walls will be papered to correspond.At ..
Chas H. Walton, Editor of the EAST are registered at the Hotel du Nil, Sarno. -----.- Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs/ lAnd party played games, made candy and present the walls are covered with,

'COAST ADVOCATE, was a guest at the Mrs. Colby will entertain a few friends Jensen. colds; reliable, tried and tested, safe and all had a good time generally, plain cream white muslin, preparatoryto

New Melbourne.Carleton Hotel, during his stay In at Mrs. Alnsworths, on Friday eve. MilItary sure. Sold at Red Cross Pharmacy, Irving Itlsoock, of West Palm Beach papering, and really, the effect la so'

Euchre will be the feature of the with his two sons, Bert and Roy, and decorative, that one Is tempted: to say't

Judge J. B, ,Adams of Saueatuck, evening, Pineapples are shipped day and South Rockledge. and their cousins Will and John Whet, "Oh, leave It. that way this winter, It
Mich., Is a late arrlnl, and Is locatedfor Cant. Colby with his usual hOlpt taUty. soon the beans will go. every i came up In a salt boat on an extended will be so odd, all covered with palm
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a time at the Moore cottage, von proposes a trip to the ocean beach on visit with Mr. Illscook't father and leave and holly. We will be waiting:
Strawbrldge Avenue. Sunday next, if the Plnta Is In readiness J. O. Fries, County Surveyor, was J. I. Swlnion has been on the sick Us mother, on last Friday. Mr Uisoock an l vltatlOD, Mr.\ and Mrs. Gilbert, by
Dr Henly and wife, Mrs. Baldwin and by that date. called to Titusvllle on business t Monday this week. I returned home rjunday afternoon on Jan lit, tan opening at "The Palms,"
night New hotel will the train. The men will remain and ws want to wet that launch too.
The Roakledge young
Richard
Henly, of Falrmoiint, Ind., arrived open
The Cbadwlck Bros. Fish Co. will
last week, and are no"r m the Hen send their men to the West Coast,, for Mrs. Maud Richards and Miss Florence on December 21th. here for a month or so hunting and fish-

ly Cottage, on Melbourne Ave. twd or three months, and lay up their Richards were pleasant visitors in town Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Moore of Merritt, Ing. ___ Not. Sick Day Since.

Mr. and Mrs. A. Kersey, of Indiana, fleet at this point. this week visited. Mr. and Mrs. Kendig on Tues Foley' Honey and Tar always stops "I was taken severely sick with kidney

are again with us for the coming season, The county bridge over the Eau Gallie The Ft. Pierce photographers, were In day.J. the cough and heals the lunKS. Refuse troub e. I tried all sorts of medicines
they arrived last week. They are accompanied river I I. being repaired. Mr. Fish has town this week, getting views of tbe F. Wooten Is building a SOxOOft.( substitutes. Sold at lied Cross Pharmacy none of wbloh relieved me. One day f

by Mrs. Kersey's mother, the work' In charge. This I is the largest school and city. two-story packing house at his grove Titusvllle, Fla.White saw an ad. of your Eleotilo Bitters and

who will spend the winter with them. bridge In the county.A Mr. Watson and wife, returned home heie. determined to try that. After taking.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hartwell, Mrs. E. few doses I felt relieved and have not
The Ladles Chautauqua Aid Society to Alabama last Sunday, after a week'svisit ,
jolly party went over to Oceanus on and Mrs. Break City.
A. Cliatttold calling
were seen a sick day since. Neighbors of
will hoid a sale <>n December the 15th, In Jensen.
Sunday last, In the launch, Wynons, G. on friends here on Tuesday.The mine have been oured of Rheumatism,
the Educational Hall. This
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at annou nee-
F. Poddison at the wheel. The party The Thanksgiving dinner base ball
ADVOCATE: circulates around this Neuralgia, Liver and Kidney trouble
meet Is made that all know
early may numbered about 14 ladles gentlemen. game, and the dance at the' Hall wasmuch Clara Hogssd part of last week
that there will be an opportunity to section In great shape. Its rosy-tinted spent and general Debility This I I. what H.K. .
purchase dainty band made Xmag. gifts. Thanksgiving' Day passed off quietly enjoyed by all present. hue Is observed ever)where.. with friends In Titusvllle. liuss, of Fremont, N. C., writes.

The proceeds to go to'' the Auditorium here. Various small parties were given Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Schuyler left, last Miss Jorganson, of Grant, spent Sunday Only OOo, Red Cross Pharmacy.- i
Fund. and one or two picnics. Turkeys will be A Runaway lilcycle. Saturday, for Jensen, "where they will here, visiting friends. -- -

E. Ganker, and daughters' the Misses scarce Treutler In owns Eau Gallie the finest for some flock time.In town.Mrs. Terminated with an ugly cut on the spend<< the winter with their son. Mr. lieauohanan, of Cairo, III., was' la

Flora and Ethel Gauker, of Indiana, arrived leg of J. B Orner, Franklin Grove, 111. N. M, Fish and gang of workmen passed .. town Saturday, with Mr. Austin. ;,
last week. These pleasant people Jno. Nicholson, sailing master for It developed a stubborn ulcer unyielding through here on Monday, on their Our ball team played the Fort Pierce o p e
to Doctors and remedies for four
Capt. Clemson, left for Melbourne on years.
last In Melbourne
spent winter and the
Eau Oallle to bllatg IJ.
to repair
way boys Saturday: winning by a 'large eoure.Mr .
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were so well pleased that they have returned Monday( last, after leaving the yawl Then Bucklen'a Arnica Salve cured It. :
to make Melbourne their future I'rinoeseatCapt.Bennetts. The launch It'. just as good for Burns, !Scalds: Mrs. Fanny Simmon. arrived here last. and Mrs Oleson were guests of
home. Mr. Gauker has bought a homeon also, was placed In care of Capt. Ben Skin Eruptions and Piles. 25o., at the week, and will stay at J. E. Dealer's for Mr.' and ilrs. CbrlstensenSunday: altt/r.
Melbourne Avenue. We extend a Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle Fla.. the winter Mrs. t Simmons an aunt of uooh.Adopb.

welcome to this family who have made nett.A jolly party of our citizens dined at Mrs. Bottler. Benson, of Grant formerly of at

many friends here. tbe Carleton, Melbourne,' on Thanksgiving Melbourne Beach. Mrs. Hotchkfss and daughter, and Miss this place, was down Sunday to see his
Kiss May MoAdam. of Chicago; 111., : Day and took In the ball at In Day arrived at the Day residence last r.'atl' vea.
arrived at the Carleton last week, Intending dianola the evening O. F. Pad d I son :Saturday.: The rent of the Day family I I 1.
to spend sometime there with and his launch,Wynona, made this very will be bore this week. Mr. Arnold baa Ills new store nearlycompleted t ,
It. W. Beanjean shipped a 'line lot of and will ''open for business
enjoyable possible. Quite a number -
her aunt, Mrs. Robertson, but last: Saturday trip pineapples to the New York market, Joseph Neikirk, who owns a beautiful .this week
she was called home by wire, on ac were Invited. this week.. home here, arrived on Monday. He was
conot of the sudden illness her father, The yacht Pinto Capt. F K. Colby one day accompanied by Messrs. Painter, Clay Mr. and Mrs Schottler, who spent the ---- ---- .----- -..-
who Is a brother to John Goode. Miss o1l'oer..wl\1\ cruise in this nelgbborbodfor ;; tilt and Mrs C. J. Grube and son, and Ilaynes, who will spend the winter winter here two years ago, arrived last
MoAdams left for Chicago on Sunday. a short time and take la shooting Mrs. Laura Xaoders<< a sister of Mr.\ here, any probably Invest in winter week from Ohio, and will proceed to The Viavi :

Many friends were at the train to see ber on the Banana river. This fine vessel ; Grnbe, and S. S. ::Singleton, have secured homes. ___________ build at once, near the station
off, all trusting that she would find her much faster than last season, the new : the John Henry houH.II Mr. and Mrs menderfer, who spent

father better on her arrival s motor being all Its hospltablp owner II The blue jays or jacks are delighted Doexirt Respect Old I Age. the winter here throe years. ago, arrived

The formal opening: of the New Carleton hoped It would be. to have us home they not only eat out of It's shameful' when youth tails to last week, to spend' the winter and summer Home Treatment.Vlavl

Hotel, lost Friday evening;, was one Capt. W. J. Clemson, of the Princess, our' bands, but fly In at the open door or show proper respect for old age, but In Ibis beautiful and healthful vii.lag. .. _. .
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of the most brilliant social affairs ever and his guest,,W. O. Beers, both left for window and eat off the table. just the contrary In the ease of Dr. .. ,

held In Melbourne. About 150 guests Tannton Mass., on Monday meet I via the : Hiss Cumings, feeling the need of KKiK's New' Life Pills They cut off Our young people enjoyed a very pleasant for all diseases of women, dls
were present at the reception and all F. E. C. R'y, leaving tbelr yawl In chargeof : a change, bas rented Myrtle Cottage to maladies no matter how severe and d were delighted with the new hotel, and Capt. Bennett. The party will\ return Mrs. Cotrell, of Chautauqua, N. Y., a Irrespective of old age:: Dye epela store at tbe station, It being large. placements Inflammation tumOl'laDvarlao

Its complete furnishings, and arrange; about Feb. 20th, for another cruise, visiting sister of, our fellow-townsman R. VI. Jaundice, Fever Constipation-all yieldto ly I attended, nut only by White City pea j diseases, etc. Correspondencesolicited
ment. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and Mrs. points on the lower river and Miami, Beau Jean. this perfect PHI. .ic. at the Iced Pls! but by many from other places along
Robertson were assisted by Miss May ere their return tor their summering In Cross Pharmacy. Titusvllle. Fla. Indian Riyer.Mr. I concerning the Vlavl eatment.

McAdams, of Chicago; : Mrs L. C. Moore, Mass. Melbourne Beach begin to feel the -- ---- Call far bookies for mothers
of Roseland, and Mrs. John Goode. fleeton's tide that has already set In toward the .. Iloltbam, of Pennsylvania, arrived .. _.
and fr
Orchestra was discoursing sweet G. F. Paddlson carried a party of Sunny South, which will soon be sweepIng Indianola.James lose week, to make this her borne. s
music during the evening; Dainty refreshments friend to the reception at the Hotel along tbe East Coast like a tidal wave, Her daughter, Miss Mollle, has been here
were served by dainty young Carleton, at Melbourne, on Friday eve and Is "sprucing up" and getting readyfor some time and has purchased a place on Florida Yiavi Co
ladles In dainty dresses. After the reception lost. Among the ladies aboard were: winter visitors.A O. Somem' of Colombo, 0., Midway. Mrs. Llolthsm Is 11 years of ,
dancing was Indulged In until Mrs. Gilbert, Dr. !Sarah: C. Hodgson, arrived. : Monday to spend his third win age but Is quite strong and healthy for Jacksonville
attended tbe 20 Main St. Fla.
number of our people Indianola friends. .
MoAllester MissesLee ter
near the wee sin a' hours. Mrs. Christian, Miss among one so far advanced In years.
of the Carleton at Melbourne
opening New ,
Mrs. H. U. Hodg
Mrs. Paddlson
Miss Nora
George Ford and daughter, ,
and delighted to see what
medicine Bessie and a large were 'Vvvmvvv.vnvvv..vvv.nvvUNIVERSITY
Hodgson
There Is no cough so popular son, Miss of gentlemen. beautiful hotel had risen Phoenix.like, of Lock bourne, O, arrived on Monday Ho Could Hardly Get up.
Fole '. and Tar. It contains party We the afternoon, and are comfortably settledIn
Honey old. hope
as from the ashes of the
111. write
J. M. fields P. II. Duffy of Ashley, E ;
no opiates or poisons and never falls to New Carleton tbe Bellevlew and the cottage.We
ThU that I hive taken two .
D J subscribe for the ADVOCATE JFI Is to certify ;,
Sold at Red Cross you all
full winter.
cure. Pharmacy, 'I Brown \house may be are sorry to learn that Mrs. bottles of Yole,'* Kidney Cure and it

Ch.rle.llIll, of Scranton Pa., slippedon has helped me more than any other : OF .
A Policeman' Te tlmony. the snow on the street, some few medicine. I tried many advertised
days ago, and broke her arm. We bobe remedies but none of them gave me any --
F E J. N. Patterson, night policeman of the accident may not delay their coming elief. My Druggist recommended Foey's : ---- ---FLORIDA
:RE & LII "Last winter I bada south *
Nashua, Is., writes, y.rylonJr. Kidney Curs and It bss cared me.

bad cold on my longs and tried at leasta J. M. Field and wife, hare decided to Before commencing' Its us. I was to such ....... .. ...e, ..... .. .
half dozen advertised cough medicinesand try winter at Seabreeze, where Mr. a shape that I could hardly get np when
i l had treatment from two physicians Field will fruit and confectionstore. one down." Sold at Ked Cross Phar FIRST-CLASS PROVISION
open a
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l I without getting; any benefit. A friend They will\ be missed very much macy, Titusvllle.
IT SIt1jaIAINCE I I : : !' recommended Foley's Honey and Tar by every one here, especially by the -.. : -FOR-
i bottles eared me. I consider It
f and two church where
people and the ,
the greatest" cough and lung medicine in young Mrs. Field boa been at organist for some Vrnylnif. : B 0 D Y. A n.w.p..adldlyeclU'tped OvmnMlnm. ,'
world. Red Cross -
If you are contemplating taking out Fire. or Life Insurance give usa the i i Pharmacy. time.A. sister Dray Ing or hauling of all I Inds prompt- : MIND I : large IIObularl Faculty 01. swat 2
Hildrstb. accompanied by his all ... Stove
ReasonableRate Iy. attended to. Meet UaI.
and
call and we will guarantee you as Good Insurance Slioe Repairing.I ,. Mrs. Louisa| Hooper, Mece, Mrs. wood' for &ale.' all time*. : MORALS Onr.scabis ;,

as can M secured In any Reliable Old-Line Company, McNeal and two children, of Columbus. I:. n. UOLTK, TitnsvlU. ,. good '. Y,
0., reached! here Tuesday. We are .peo.auat"l
do all kind of boot and shoe repair- "
cb W1ZSiON .1!..gta. pleased to see Mr. Hildreth looking so :
SO..L.. ... oX : Ing and do not forget 1C Opposite Jos.Prltchard well, and to know that be Is to hsvs JOB PRINTING of all kinds don. at Addrl THE>) : 8

LIFE FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE. A Son. AJTPMW GIBSOW, the company and care of his devoted this office, at reasonable rate*. Give : Lake

Our Com '... have an *T only Florida of Tim*-OVER FIFTY VEARS.W. TItasvlUe, Fla. sister, this winter. a* a share of your work. III 4AAAAAAAAAA..AA.A&&A&A&
*lsO R.pr..nt the Fir. Inaurance Company.

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G.., ,v ,auw- ;:. EAST COAST r -- ,

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East
FORT NURSERY. : > lie Smoked. e1 Coast Ryei t

Avery pretty girl with a well defined .
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Ip .... D.... of Conlfproo Tr.L.fb air of knowing her wa ''about LOCAL TIME No. 58. In Effect
and t'heeseololh .rr....... trll'tlfld' Into a lay couch of 'n train CARD June 4,1904.

demonstration forest u urn try forms bound Washington at Phiindtlphia OVTNMttMBHKAD DOWN.
MOHTHBOUKBltuiI
part of tlie: niitdoor exlilblt of the bu Tuesday afternoon. Every win lIP

reau of forestry at the Louisiana Pur- dow seat was occupied. The girl walk ....N ...... I STATION NO.eg
chase ciponUlou. It contains about ed half way down tbe car and with NF >>-&I,. MlT. Dally I'

B.100 feeL 4,5(10 of which de- obvious dl-juppolntlnent tooK the best la **aiCvT! ... .....?........ se .oat c .................... r TET, AfiB
iuore are 1 *? a!I........... ...............So .isek.onvW. ........... .. ...L, a
irotcj to coniferous aud the reumiuder\ seat that offered. A large superheated I 10 M |.... ,.... ........ ... ......................... lea [
leaf looking man already occupied half of U JW a> .yD
to brood tr<-8. 4 M* *
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ConIferous seed beds. show various It. He herd his breath long enough to N. .. X. FaUUa. 1 Mi IM{

methods", 1If'cdlng-namely. broadcast- make room for the girl and she squeezed if 10 r ...........................Palatka.... ...............,.......Lv 10k
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IS3 11 ttt Lr ...Palatka. ........fir
ins over the wholi bed broadcasting in In. Then he nettled himself again t cyq TOO* ICI

trips alt to eight Inches wide sowing and appeared to swell out in every di r yon leo '/NpAr..........................Baa Mat** .....................J.v .. ..
la single drlJltt'and sowing In double I rection. The girl cast longing glances il 00 I/c ................. ... .SaaMaU*.. ...... .. ............... Jkl fit* t 1M

atrlUa.. The chief advantage of the at the window but the man's huge P Lr ........ ..............,... Noca ..........................1.. I MaMa
+ bulk and cut off her tp...._........................Hunoerls. ................:........... l141a H
.....-. open newspaper p ............................. apo... ..............r............... a
..... view. The girl fidgeted. The man I II P ....-....... ..............i.... Ormond............................... IKa
spread himself mote and more. Full r P ............ .............>....DaJ'ktne......-..... ......... ........ III.
II. .......... .......... ...Por' Orang.......... ............. 446a
Ai ; three-quarter of the scat he filled to ) ...................,......New Smrrnft............u"................ 4 M
i ; overflowing. The girl i set her teeth. 'tfIQJ1i3) p ..............................pk um.............................. a a
.j. 4xI 5g 95 p .............................. tue.tllw.................._...... in.
''It<';'.., Thirty miles spur by. The girl could ..1f $S P ........... ..................... ..-..........................._.... *la
t ,, q. 1 endure It no longer. She turned her rtPJiJe I' p..q...........Aocklwln< ...... ............ aria
: r.. saOta ...-.-..................Kan; O i..g................... iMa
; : .' ...: I face to bini."Lrxcuee ( ............................ M.lboom.................i............. 114a
me." she said fllutinctly, ..............:.............bMUaa........_.................... U Wa i .
: a ............................., ::
"but don't you ever' smoker" U It............................. .
Two minute Inter tbo tff.ole seat S Ma ............................. fi.
Tri-' I a .................. ........... 18
wn/ hers.\Vanhlnvton- Pth't.: Veekly Sailings. S .7 ..............,................e..ar'.I..1 10 ,
I Mat I ........................... .Ia..
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} Opaac BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling 1y p ,............ .......... .II
: Cures a cold la 21 hoars. It yon have, 4 ** p..............-............ W. P.lm B.a.b. ..... ..................., I..U. M.,
""" ,', 01 P .............................Jk>J'Dtoll............................... I I.,
\ '\4. .. I(* La Grippe, cold, neuralgia or headache, at Charleston, S. C., ) ill 4p .......................... ...................... II ,
.. ...... .. ..,. ,;; .h a few Opaao tablets will cure you tc, p .............%...... ......YO'LanderdaJ.......................-.... 011' Ta IN;
r ; stay cured. They are a great tonlo Coastwise ServiceThe tot n p ..............,............. HallanrtaU.' ..,.u...................... f ?JP .
better than and The Finest Steamships in the 1 N ft p ... .................._....Lrnnn c..,... ........................ }JP ::.
:KfD ELEVATION OF aOR.ZN.i Quinine or Morphine too! II p Ar.......................... .Jia.ml. ............................L'Y Mp 6 HSAXTTOBO
do not affect the heart. Price 25 cents
i broadcast method that a larger number Sold at the ned Cross Pharmacy, Clyde New England and Southern Lines.

of seedlings can be raised by It on Direct (service Between BRANCH. oxAJt oirrr :BBAHCR.TaTloira. .
a g1ellllreo than by any other method. Tu. suit Utun't Raft. Eastern Points
and all
pt "Are aure thnt Jacksonville Boston Providence N*. 1 I 1Pally .
Broaden i ting in strips Is a compromise you my daughter favors Dally I Dell 8TATIWIS.T aril

between the drill and broaden !ties your suit (Calling at; Charleston, S. C., both ways) Of a. In,., ... ,..,.Ar II Up lOOp C/V..N. Bnrrea..Ar M }
methods combining the merits of botb.tTbe "Well no she doesn't. But I prom. 8EMI-WItJlKL: : Y' 8A.ILINGSIl'louthbouu.s. 1 H> a, .. .... ........Art II Site. Itp 11 lllllMa. Lv. tk H else ..ArIiT.Ora.nn IOp p
; Iced I'd go to another tailor an soon ......... ............." ..... ..... .. ...." .......... ..from Lewis Wharf Beaton M t> ........2g..,,,..,.Ar 11 00* IMp OltJ.ArAr. W / I
t aced sowed broadcast were pressed as t fixed things with you."-Cleveland Northbound..... ... ........ .......... .. ...... .....trom foot of Catherine Street JackeonvhlI. 1 11 Ar.u..... ........r 101 oe 4 OOp 1146 .Or.CltyJo. LT U W> I p
Into tbe Boll 4o the depth of their -
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own thickness while the drills were 19nin! Dealer. .s s..p1 i ., N .II N e. ItDally .to Ira. 13Pally No. 24Dally
Clyde St. Johns River Line. p.*mi D.Uy Su
made one-eighth to one-fourth of an California{ Prune Wafer and*;? I>.UT.mily erc.pt Dally DallyMAYPORT. m.p1 Bally oapJ
Inch deep and in the case of tbe ?larger I (Denary Line.) r tnda und' nljrt

oed somewhat deeper. A space six Ate made from the fresh California BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE! AND SANFORD. 501 40 480p1 Mp 1 MaMa L.J'ok.oev'e Ar T OOaMa t 0a I l0 p
Idches wide Is left between the broadcast Trait used all over the land to cool and Stopping Palatk. Aicor at. Francln, Hereford(Deljuid),and intermediate landtngt t Bi II 53 p So.Jaeawavlil. a S WaS lllll 11 p Itp
refresh the stomach and Intestines and | on the rlt.John's Klv r.ComincnuliiK IS Ii 4 t.0 p uOOp p 10 W a ..Pablo Beaob.. / 30 a ooaT It 80 P / N p
strips for cultivation.All : It 0 SI 41n 10 14 atl .AtlaatUBwMhA.r. UaN MeT p 89 p hip
to keep tbe bowels active. The most Tuoaday November 15, 1004. 3 0i
the beds were mulched with land UHp } P 00 p M Mayport LT 1 0a n MP H,
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delicate Invalid can take thflne Wafers STEAMERS"CITY" 0 I' ){ VILLK"aiidFKI3Dtl{ DeJJAItl. .

to a depth of one-eighth to one-fourth for constipation Indigestion and all Are appointed to all u 'follows Leave Jaokaonvllle dully except S.turtl.YIIat 8:30: p. m. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
of an Inch. The beds which extend In liver and bowel troubles, without fear of }(e urnillg. leave Saufurd ually,ex".l'uuaay, ae a:JO a. m. ,

i feet wide and are divided Into lengths surely, stimulate digestion and hasten down. Read up.

uvaally of six feet. All drills and stripe the passage and absorption of food, refreshing Leave 8 al 1 p. m. .. .... ..,'..........,..Ji iiiID vllle. ..... ..... ............ Arr ve 200.. m. HAVANA AND KEY WEST
the whole, body. 100 Wafers 2So. Leave 8 48 p. m. .. .........:............"...Palatka.....,.... .......,.......:. Leave 8 CO p. 10.
owed broadcast extend lengthwise of leave 800.. m. ... ....... ....... Aetur ....." ..... ............ Leave a ac p m.
the bed. The width of four feet was at the Red Cross l>Pharmacy Tltuavllle. Leave .30 a. 01..,..:....... ..............at.! : Franol............... ........... Leave 200 p. mLs.vs Thee n..... Tablae show the times at which train may: be ..,--.. to arrive and dn.n
....... ..........ere.or,1, ("o..n41). ) .... .. .... .......I.eave lOOp. m. horn tbe several _nODe, but their arrival or departure. the tlmea (...... 1* net naraawtil.ialDf .
ti chosen not only because it la a convenient Arrive 1186.. m. .............. ......... 8..nlord.. .. .... ..........y.. ....... Leave 986.. m.Arrtve s or does the Com aa1 hold IMelf reflponalbUfef any d.J..,. o* any eoa..q..Bee. U_
width for weeding, but also because Improvident 10:005.m..Enterprise.: .... .... .................. Leave 1000.. .... lrtm.
+; laths, which form the covering "My: husband Is the most extrnva- -
Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
of moat of tbe screens are of this gent man" walled little Mrs. Bargain- :P.* Copy of the IOOAZ. TZKp OAAD: .Other 1.,......_
hunt. t.IRONMONGER Ja.A.et.flea.. Pun. Agt; 2O4 We t Bay Bt..Jack.onvlll..Pia.
length. W. O.COOl'ICE,Jr.,Local)irt.Agt.( Jack onvllle. O. P. LOVTCLL, Superintendent Jaoluonvllle. 8KZ: THE TZOE1CT AGENT."
Most of the screens rest on uprights "Yes? said the sympathetic friend root Hotn| St. JockHonvUln. Fla.A. .
: a foot above the ground and consist of "Ye Ho paid ;$2 for a hat, whet .O. JU.GERTYGeo'llCa EdRR t'o Pa. .. Agt New Fork. CLYDB MIENS Gen. Frt. Aftt.: New York.. 11.t D. ZLeVBZraR' : Aaat. Q on. Pa... JLg.at.( .BT. AUQUftTl'JJIJBLj ILL
THEO. G. Oeneral Man. er. WM. f CL1>K CO.t.Gener.l AgenU.IChenabrough
I a frame of 3 by 1 Inch rough lumber. by looking around for a day or tw Building. 19 State St.,Opposite Battery ark. New York.:
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,' 1 ( covered' with' laths or cheesecloth. ha could\ probably hare got one fo 'C. WALTON.. Agent, Titusville, Fla.Atlantic .
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fr. In some caSH the cheesecloth la a 108. Plttsburg Post. I

tingle thickness and in other double

,\ lil to vary the amount of shade afforded / Opaao ,

t} Tlifl spacing of the laths varies tromI' Cares. cold In 24 hours. Do you feelfeverish Coast Line R'y.

the two-thirds shade In which tbo one or two Opaao Tablets are .' .
f laths are five-eighths Inch apart to just what you need they tone up the .
tbe one-third abode. In which they are system and drive out all feverish symp ,
} three Inches apart. Between these extremes toms. Don take quinine; Opaao Is a The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets ,

la the one-half shade which Is tonic which does lasting good. on sale"Tuesdays and Thursdays in November.
Opaao Is a small chocolate coated Southern
with the ilway
made by covering the frame
tablet, and U sold at 25 cents a box: at TOjTIIK EAST.
: laths nailing only the alternate laths,
I the Red
If and then shaking out the loose laths. Fhaimaoy,Titusvllle, Fla. Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thencevia

n ; Besides these Is a screen covered with Ill-. World I r Good. the Pennsylvania Kallroad. \ V

'f lathe nailed bu edge with a spacingcorresponding De Fly Were
to one-fourth shade. you ever held up? TO TilE WEST. \ WORLDS FAIR ROUTE
ninznwuy-Well, I was relieved of aV
The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile &,Ohlo R. R. .
''i Since the width of the lathe stand. 1
L$: I had. De Fly-Where was It? Blazer,- ""
vertically, the shade varies with the the /
way-At altar.-Detroit Free TO THE EAST VIA STEAMSHIP. .
: slant of the aun'a rays. One advantage Press. I
M''I of this screen Is that tbe tender seed' Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhla Bos ,
'.1 ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore.. Via 8a r I
I In Jlogs are protected from the direct vannah and Merchants' and Mlnern' Transporttalon Company for Baltl- <.. .
M'' force of severe rains the raindrop Loss more aDd Philadelphia.'TO .

tnnuilly Besides striking the screens the laths above diagonally.described of Flesh ::; ,.) Best Line to St. Louis, Mo.
k1 KEY WEST AND IIA V ANA. ,'I ,
s there are a number of screens attached .
Via rcinlnsular Occidental Steamship Company.
to posts four feet high "by hinges l .
When Superb Dining Car Service' ':
break.
can't eat -
at an elevaUon of one foot. These you
Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points
I ;1 greens can be raised to a perpendicular fast take Scott's Emulsion. I
lar position in case of long continued ,

h tri wet weather to allow the seed beds When you can't eat bread MILEAGE TICKETS.: ,

E to dry out. Interchangeable mileage tickets /good over 13,000 miles of among the principal .
The amount of light allowed la on end: butter, take Scott'srmulsion. railroads In the southern states, are on sale by the principal l agents. Stop-overs going and returning at' Atlanta Knoxville, Louisville and principal

essential factor In the successful raising : When you have For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write North Carolina Mountain Resorts. t

of coniferous seedlings. This FRANK O. BOYLSTON Diet Pass. Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Pass. Agt. 1
See high Bridge (highest railroad bridge In the world), Famous Bine Grass
abould vary with Zhe demands of the ,zen living on a milk diet and 138 West Bay :St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE: FLA. .
species which may be Judged from the U. M. EMEltSON, Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG Oen'l. 1'.... Agent. Region, Lexington and. Louisville v ,. 'I".

natural condition In which the reed.c /ant something a little more WILMINGTON. N. C.SEA.B Free reclining chair cars and hlgh-clas day coaches, Through Pullman sleepIng

c nourishing, take 5cott's oars, Jacksonville to St.. Louis. ,".
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Hmulsion.:; <> I> Folders rates, ,etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlon. ;

i To get fat you must eatfat. AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .,' ",. w'I


4; I J-;; =:: t. Scott's Emulsion is a I I I J .' T

fattener
i .:treat a great I 1 ,,'

., I 'T. CJ. L'C'Sra:. Dlst. Pa... Agt., I,.
.1.1l strength .giv r. SA V ANN All./..COLUMBIA. CAMDEN. SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND y .,.

l : Those who have lost flesh WASHINGTON' BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.Mallpry //I

; > want to increase all body f t ';'' i ,L'S.


,11., ...i if tissues, not only fat. Scott's : (r.'. Two Elegant Trains Dally .. !

.1, tl\ ltM.T ELEVATION AND. TOP PLAN" OfBCBXJCN. Emulsion increases them all, Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.' ... I
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*,. ''Yt: MODERN: PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. !I I"i
I bone flesh blood and .
IINs grow. Some varieties of trees, ,

as the spruces admit of lUuch more ONLY LINE. Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. ---.- --- -.-------
nerve. .
P shade than others such MS the pines. I I'

Trees native In the north are accustomed For invalids, for con. reservations

to a denser shade than those For full Information and sleeper call 'on any Agent Lines I

t grown In the southwest, and this fact valescents, for consumptives, Seaboard or writeA. .

must be borne la mind In raising' the ,
r trees from need Below la a list of for weak children, for all O. MACDONELL, ,A Rt. Oen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt. .

the species used In tbls nursery arranged who need flesh, Scott's JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.

according to their relative tolemuice ---_.. .- ._ .-. --- .. .. -- -. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
of shade, tbe most tolerant be- Emulsion is a rich and com M4
BO YEARS
'|| lif iiuuitnl first and moot thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
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t. fortable food and a natural EXPERIENCE *
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Korway KIDNEY DISEASES NO .
white
spruce fir, big cone \ OVEKCRO\VDIJO-

I I spruce, red /fie, lodge: pole pine Jack tonic. STATKROOMSJARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on theRe ,

pine white pine, Chinese arbor vitae, Scott's Emulsion for bone fatal! IMPORTANT[ ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number!berths, :
Western' of all dis
yellow pine Bablno pine, knob are the most
1 or the seating capacity of Dining Halls thus insuring all passengers Indlvidua
\ cone pine Coulter ping, plnon single flesh blood and I
I laMif pine. nerve. eases. service and attention. ,

I, I A.D.rwwe.c Plaatatlona. We will send youa rU L Y'c KIDNEY(| CURE u iO TRADe DC8K2N9COPTRIOHTS MARKS PASSENGERS LEASE JA KSOITVILLE EVERY FRIDAY. I

free sample.B dttraotiid Rioid &C.
Old asparagus plantations should ; Anyone. "..ncinga.ketrh.nddewrlptinnmaygal.kl (See.Scbedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
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new We cleaned off. This Is a good .lure f-at: this pictureIn .Invent)::.nrr.ln.In probably mp,npnusm.*..'I ftwhwh.r unka.an

time to apply manure to tho beds. For the form of a l label l U on or money refunded t Contain .hn.Ir....Irtlv.. olilMl JO\dd..I.mpmrj...fur BAa09OONunii...<-"...ICJNI'..tentss.n1 .... LOWEST RATES TO NEWT AND ALL POINTS XORTH, .
i yarrng plantationswhich may be start1 the wrapper of every bottleof p.tnta t ka l&rauKb Muna 1iprrt o1... Including delightful DAYLIGHT
the
eminent the HAIL through
remedies recognized by notice without char. la
1 now as well as in the spring, select EmulJon you buy. I I

a warm soil aol, sunny exposure and SCOTT & BOWNE physicians as the Best lot Scientific JI"l rl\an. E.VMOU3 "SEA ISLA3TD3. 1\

give each plant plenty of room. Rows ..... .......
Kidney and BUdder troubles. A lI.ndlOme' niiMtnilad .1' Irulctlon 4'11'0 Through ticket sold to all northern For fall Information attractions
points.
Ove fcetnpnrt with plants at least two I CHDVIiUS& n( any.mentioninuro.l. or..me, lit regarding
' Pl'SC>i bDe. gad $'. munthe.L Sutd newMe.la.4 I offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, tickets etc., apply to
feet In the Pearl SL N. y.1 I
apart
. \ row, are advised brj+i 409 MIINN & Cn :New Ynrkfr
lea authority. y ssi'oaswi ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger 214 West Sreet Jacksonilllo Florida,
Cross j Agent Bay
50c. and $1 I all druSSbta. lied Pharmacy. ; aabVma..CII r It..WuII1Dc10D0: ,1:: ,

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.j. JACKSONVILLE., THE CHEERFUL DAHLIA. "',...IIM''', I DiELnotJ lNE; ." \ y1

.- f Tbe chief soujjfcfr of nninrnl Indigo lathe *- G -

WINDSOR HOTEL st.rdt llrlKht .. Now a Favorite of 'F.;'hlo.. Indl< ,JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND Brevard County
FLORIDA'SLARGEST 11.
cultivated la InuU. Chin South
The :i and
old
dahlia
prejudice "
AND BEST YEAR-KOUND JIOTKL. seems to have vanished against under the InBueiico America Th, -liMliod' .n, its' preparation Finely situated on a high biuili; overlooking the J) DIA.t:. RIVBB.
Surf and still salt water bathing, Hunting and Flsbln Sanitary
of the wonderful Improvement Is'r sIpfJK*. nltlu">nh considerable
that has Uu made lu these flpwcra. attention wpftld to die treatment ; plumbing furnace-heat and g ,.1.tgbt. Rates : $3 per day and up.
especially In those of the cactus and of the soil rtrevttwra to the planting of t Special by the week. Private Baths. y
decorative varieties. Fashion In the the seeds.! TMt w fourt.-en days suffice \ ROBERTSON &: FERGUSON
finest resorts and country estates has for the Afsjt nppe' nuico of the .

set ber. seal upon thetu. Their wealth. shoots above tbe>(SO(>". ufu-r which they New Brown House MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. .
continue to grow,rapid( I,> Shortly before Brevard County. i

flowering! or About three months Centrally Located on New haven Avenne. Floe View of Indian River
after sowing the plants are cut off and Crane Creek. load '
t Hunting and' KUhlng. Open tho 1ear']:oulld.
close to tbe'kund'bad AID then ready UATKcJ : M per day. Special by the week t ,,
hrylx7.Rrlx1 for extracting the color. After crop- GEO i Af. BROWN, ProprWor.
i rar r \ ping tie plants are :again allowed to --- .- ... .
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,r u 1O"0lutl1 they are' 'sulli,-featly mature ; : Oltl \
: ( N. o.
to admit of n second ;'ittttng.! Occasionally ,
n third o* even fourth\ crop ., ..
ls made, but each of- these' contains "
successively less and lens of the Indl- Kenilworth Inn 1ULTMOKE Jfy; C. :; \

ciin. The cut plants are at once placed jNiCAiI AWntaYlhL :. t
in Inr;;e stone! cisterns. or fermenting ;, '" '- 'j'
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vats, called "sleepers" Where they are k "
h
OPEN THROUGHOUT TilE YEAR !\
:
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cohered with water and kept In
position .
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by uieuns of boards) and heavy '
EDGAR. U. .MOORE, I'roprietor.
stones '. -, ,
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STARFISH CACTUS DAHLIA.of .-. -- -.- ---- -- ...._ .. .--,-- .,- .- -.._,, .---.-.-
DODGE & CULLENS, OWN ERRAND PROPRIETOR. rich and varied, color In the late N13W YOUJC .,,";
--- ----- ., and autumn Is ..
early days
------ ---------- ---- ------ summer un rHotellVIarlborough
rivaled. A sturdy and cheerful flower .

DDYAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Is the dahlia requiring only plenty of I V') r ,
food and moisture when of the showor tD

1 > double kind while the single kind It' ,
\ will flourish In almost any soil under f
.\ ordinary garden conditions. For the Broadway, :mth and 37th Streets, NKW: YORK.

Opposite postofflce.. Centrally located. Thoroughly"of repaired and renovated. finest flowers of course a rich deep :+: t'J4 if 400 Rooms. 200 bath room' Lighted entirely with elncrrlo; light: Conducted J',
0 soil good'cultivation and watering are da II a on American and European plans, and In m.mnged under the person 4
r V .
,
; desirable. I :e supervision of the ownur. ':

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. .... The cactus dahlia 1 Is recent. ty'pe.I I ea 1 i < -) VK.' 8. rilOWELTJ;, Manager. t
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., 1. \ (;. with the bloom somewhat loosely built S'.CD 0 --- --- --' ----- -- --p.- --- f
Rates $2.5D/ per'day and up. ., and perfectly double like .a Japanese O ,
'. ,.;, :. chrynantheinum. The flat petals, twisted Cl)8. l ::1I ST. LOUIS, IMO.
'
B. W. SPERRY and reflexed at the points. give It a nOJ2 I -
Proprietor.
,
.' .w striking and very artistic appearance N0ti :
.
........-- Notable among/ the cactus type is the ; C2.w Hotel l Napoleon'Bonaparte Y t th
ST, WUl MO.
eta rlh.b dahlia here IlhlMtru te.t.. H* 10' .
H. Na O'NEAL flowers are large and deeply built. pet- rJ
Ala long. curled and pointed color pure f' clout to the Wabash entrance to. the World', Knlr, end I Is easily reached by
QM to "
rtciii'lot.
orange I>>
The of the dahlia be left : the Woild's Fair shuttle train from Union Station, .nYid the Olive and Del- "
roots may
HAS, LEASED THE ;i;
In the- ground till the nppro-ich of U) mar eloutrlo oars. This hotel Is conducted on the European plan, and the
freezing weather and for some days, bI I:en
ARAGON HOTEL after the frost has cut the top'*. When : 1 si G 0w rates range from tl to $3 per day. There ant no inside room*. II 'U the

dug, they should be left expo' to air 1 1 beat located hotel, alt I U U only about 100 yards from the Wabash (main) en P
and sunshine for a day or tea' .* dryout
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. covering them at night to protect IJ f' trance. to Fair' grounds.
It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 day and from front. After shaking off the dry ad
upwards.
per HILL
For particulars, write to WM. MODE COOK, president; C. M. ,
The'many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed, and ,it U soil the bulbs may be kept lu any cool
now second to none In the city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassed and dry place, such as Is suitable for &I4 9 ii vice-president .and manager, HOTEL NAPOLEON BONAPARTE:, St.
In the South. Booms with private' bath, $J per day and upwards. storing potatoes.APPLES .. E-a a .. sn
Louis, Mo., or go direct to the above hotel.
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WESTMORELAND HOTEL;. .West Bay and Cedar Streets. IN COLD- STORAGE. u s'Sj bl"CD :

JACKSONVILLEFLA.American Ruth the Apple From Tree to \V.re- 'E CD
boese-Boxee Better Than Barrel. F
plan. Centrally\ located. Just built and opened Diseases like the scab the bitter rot '=' JOB PRINTING I
.
this and the pink mold with which apples
season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water Q
may be affected, spread with" unusual

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All rapidity during delay In storing the r.. ::3'C
fruit In hot weather. Too much emphasis )

street cars pass the. door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per flay. of cannot quick be storage placed after on the the advantages fruit- Executed at the office of the i

Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. la harvested If the apple lit to be re- Q Ir&>
moved from the storage warehouse
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The New Travelers Hotel'JACKSONVILLE satisfactorily.In a well .ventilated warehouse In I d :

FLA. which the humidity Is properly regulated JS EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

-On the American and European Plan- the apple develops as fine aromas !
and flavors as It does In common stor \
Under new management. 'Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant -4 \

family home. Rates: American Plan, $".00 andk$2.60; European, SOcts age.Apples generally keep better In boxes ..- ,-,_ -- .- '-"- -.- or-- -
and up. All oars form Union Station top at the door. than In barrels. This is especially'

H. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. true when the falls are hot and tbe

The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the fruit has ripened during a delay In
same management. storage The Influence of tbe pack.
,. age in this respect Is greatest In varieties !
I that ripen quickly. The l bulk; e.' -I),

New Hotel Wjndle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I of fruit Is larger In the barrel than In .
) I the box and the contents of the former
19 East
Forsyth Street.
I
cool oft more slowly after the packageIs .
:, placed In the warehouse. The ripening It
Center of City; cool, airy rooms; firat-olas. In all appointments. The best Is therefore checked more quickly I :i:! .. rm I ,
when the fruit Is packed In a box. In
$2 to $2.50 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European
the smaller package!: It can be stored "
plan, 1l per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships! Near for a long time after it has begun to .

all car Hoes. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH} Prop. mellow but In u barrel It would be :"', I ,:I
bruised In this condition from Its own '

weight ,,, {
WOLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTELICorner Bridge and Bay Sheetl. A closed package generally prefer ro-tG; ( >

JACKSO VILJ.E, FJ..A. able to ventilated package as the : '. ,,M t. .l ', i
> fruit Is likely to shrivel If exposedto .
F
-Rooms COcts, 7&ots and $1.00- the air for any length of time. The "
t shriveling of the fruit. however. Is influenced ; ,f e7ti,
'A' '
A first-class Restaurant in Connection;
by the degree of moisture and ; NEW INVENTION.
J. H. WOLFE Manager. ,
circulation of the air In'tbe warehouse ..,! 1: f r\ .( I .X
and where these' factors are properly ,
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HOTEL DESOTOFormerly Under now management. American and European. regulated the ventilated package may \ a
be used advantageously. with varieties h
Plan. Re-furnished. Centrally Located. that need cooling quickly. Recently Patented all Over the World.' (

( Geneva) Rooms: COcts., 75cls., and $1.- Tbe life of ,the fruit Is often prolonged ;" ;,.,., I
from two to three months by a '
JACKSONVILLE- : FLA. S. P. NASA, Manager. fruit wrapper, and the spread of diseases .' The Walton '
.
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== from apple to apple is .
ST AUGUSTINE. more difficult For the finer grades of S B B1 B S BISS1 BMS B SS 1SBB J S BBBBIS S *S f
apples that are to be packed and stored
In boxes a fruit wrapper is WONt desirable Self-Locktag Tackle Block
as It not only adds to the life of

tYOl) BUltD1n6 the fruit but It prevents bruising load-holding block la made In var- t tI
and retains its glossy, brilliant appearance ,
or the natural bloom.-O. Uarold ous shape and sizes, of WOOD, IRON
and BRONZE. Will work equally well
ICING AND ST. OEOROB STREETS .. ST. AI Jfit J.STINE. FLORIDA Powell. _
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICBuul PLAZA orMo. with rope obala or wire rope. i
.' eentrnl location In the city. Strictly' reproof. Sixty fln. room wall To Root a.T..lan Slip. :
'......b..... Rooms oul,. Open November to "u... A lilr... .. .bo... Root geranium slips by taking rather Will work at any bight, upside down f
horizontally, or at any angle, and will
large sized slips, nil a common tin can e
OLD SEAIIKEEZC, GOODALL, FLA. with goal rich' earth put cutting In. atop and lock at any point.

pressing earth very firmly around It. Invaluable for every kind of business

then put a lamp chimney over and set where a block Is needed, frequently saving .
OLD SEABREEZE, In a strong light for a week or ten
The Seaside Inn tbe labor of one man or more.
GOODALL, FLA.Is days, then remove chimney. Give
plenty of sunshine and food, and buds Nothing like It for banging or stretch

now open for the winter season, under the management of the owner, will begin to appear by November.Tin log wires.
HORACE F. STEWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona cans are preferred by many trf /T/ Address communications to them ]
Beach, the hotel Is modem In all Its appointments, with large, airy pleasant grow plants in rather than earthen /
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keatlng's Casino and Pier. pots only be sure to have boles madein Walton Self-Locking Block Co. '"
The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. the bottom of the can to Insure if I// I I

HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager. proper drainage._, u (Incorporated) ,

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TITUHVII.IJC.' -- The DI.. Glad ..... h Office and Wareroom', 40-1 Atlantic -Ave I II
I + Near Howe's Wbarf, Elevated Station.!
But a few yean ago the blue gladio t ;
loa was unknown, and eVen today l BOSTON) MASS.
Sembler Cottage, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. among many flower enthusiasts it haw j :

e> while there are to be bad many ill 4 .
Open All the Year. Good Board and Attention. shades of this color, embracing also ? ''L Sample Blocks can be seen at the AivTOOATB '

REASONABLE RATES. delicate bues of lilac heliotrope and i office,Tltusvllle;and at the store

Two,doors from F. E. C. Railway Station TUosville. clematis, enhanced and relieved by '!1'n of 8. B. Ilnbbard fc Co., Jacksonville*

: __ 3 MRS. A. J. SEMBLER Proprietress. wonderful stains and blotcbe Call and****these blocks working.






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> >fe.......ee....... ....eeeeeeeeeeeee, I IN( MEMORIAM. OPENING OF NEW HOTEL ........................................ .......H.

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; ; ('vt. ..." + r. A.. Morgan, Proprietor. K- B. Blakewood Registered Druggist. J .
Write I
For Qur Catalogue I .. ,-- CARLETON.

:y =:. {, I IlIulltrallDg' ._ ;Memorial ,to 'Major LB.. Dawson, -

.,. jot- member of O. M. :Mitchell, Post No. 4., gathering
One of the most pleasant
;! Diamonds, Watches, : Dep't. of Fla, Ofand Army of the Re bas attended .
the editor of the ADTOCATK
./" ', I I public. Pled.August 4,1004. In some <. me, was that at the New Carleton I RED PHARMACY I IrrruavJLiJi
i! {' 1'> ,; Clocks.Silverware. At a regular, meet ing of this post, held Melbourne, on Friday! night last, i It :
: I the 13tli day of October A. D. 1004, the being! the opening of this new and up-to- ,
1 i Jewelry Etc. r following'memorial touching tbe death date hostelry. There were over 140
r of Comrade Dawson was unanimously! persons present, and tome of the ladle ;, FLORIDA..
Mall Orders Receive Prompt Attention. : adopted. : looked resplendent in their verl-colore !

t:; c Again the gavel of time has fallen gowns; while many of the gentlemen -A Complete Stock of-

rf Jr and the announcement comes that "were Just the thing" In evening dress' .
:: ( another comrade has been mustered out j Mrs. Robertson and Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
*
8F.NaFx" /nnnw PAY Freight ( from life's enlistment. .
Day clock.; ia# luoiien. iiiub. 341 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. ( Comrade Dawson assisted. by Mrs. Margaret Goode, c Prescriptions Filled With the
***************************************************** Forty-threo years' ago, the 3'ithlrwita Mrs.. L. C. Moore and Miss Hay Mo 'Utuiost Care and l'romptlCl1de.--J: : ,
.-.. .. _. -- ; young and vigorous, joined Adams, of Chicago, did the honor. ot
i -- ""r Volunteer( and want forth- to receiving:-and right heartily they welcomed WE WANT YOUR TRADE GIYE-US A TRIAL ORDER I :
/ !
:a.. ? 1WOTLO: w'd ." ON TO KEY WEST. battle In a> war that; tried men's Sheridan souls their guests. Heston's Daytona Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes:, :
At Chioa'jiauga, under Phil. Orchestra for the occasion, and all other articles
was engaged: Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies kept 1
} he was wounded, and at Pea Ridge he In their usual excellent .
and stores.J
i The Miami Metropolis correspondentat they performed by up-to-date drug i 1
Key West fought: with Curtis, besides being engaged manner both, for the reception MT- We give prompt and oaroftrf)"ttentlon to all ljB *larden. (
I last sayerAt I In numerous 'other campaign, and dance. The hotel office, parlor and ................................... ............. {:
:, I a railroad to Key West Is an skirmishes and engagements. Comrade beautifully decorated
dining room were
.\, I I assured fact. People who have been Dawson was a true soldier, and rose by with roses, ferns, palms, vines, etc., aDd ,
growing grey In hopes of seeing the merit to the rank of Sergeant In the ser encomiums of were bestowed DZeeO.
many praise := L. :se: j
1I Iron horse come thundering into the 'vice. upon those who did such artistic work.It ., !
little Island City, which for forty miles Some year ago he settled at Narrows, presented quite a fairylike scene. DEALERS IN-
from the mainland, will\ live to nee their on the East Coast of Florida and engaged .
i greatest hopes realized. Even at this In tbe business of truck farming. After to-the the reception gaily decorated, overtone dining was room Invited GROCERIES, GRAIN, AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS, t tI
late day tbe news seems almost too goodto Here be reared a family' of two sons
to partake of delicious claret punch, Ice We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agent for MAPES $FERTILIZERS
be
true but It is and
nevertheless and :A daughter who, with a loving I
of cake
I While cream, and vailous kinds to We deal exclusively la the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consum
1 conversing with one of the devoted wife, are left to battle with the Next followed -
.iI I moat prominent citizens of this city, Fri! world, deprived of his presence, assistance which the all did dance ample, which Justice.was one of the ;ers. Write us for prices on-t3raln and. Groceries. delivered TITU8VILLE at your station FLA. ,
BRO.
E. L. BRADY& ,
this, your correspondent learned that and counsel. most brilliant affairs In the Melbourne \
:' r t\11\ _A gentleman had Juat returned from Comrade Dawson, report affirms, waa i a section in a long while. Dancing was ::;:
: 1\ ''I v i4w+111r'. Miami, where he had occasion to go on good citizen an upright: man, tender aDd continued with considerable spirit, to
business, and while there be was told true In all brs relations with his.fellow the sweet strains of Heston's Orchestra, W. E. GOLDSMITH i
,1 t,; FIne| Liquors Wines, Beers by one who V[" 'very close to Mr. Flaglerand men.We until after midnight, when the large and ,
Ales, Stout, Etc. his enterprises, that the railroad mourn the departure of our Comrade representative' delegation! from Eau Gal-
:: t' UP Send me your orders would be built, and that an soon as but we. are comforted by the lie retired from the ball-room to return -Dealer In- I

jfJ TITUSVILLE and COCOA FLORIDA possible. thought that his earthly sufferings. from on Mr. Ueo. F. Paddlson's launch, while STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
'a I Having beard for so long that the lingering disease are over' and past, the Melbourne residents remained awhile ,
j road would come to Key West, this We mourn with the loved ones he baa longer. Notwithstanding the un- PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS. .
; was nothing new or startling to our left behind, who are now bowed down propltuoua state of the weather the receptIon TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
:, ; East Coast Meat Market citizen, but the Informant stated most with grief ever thinking of the husband and dance at the New Hotel

,: j positively that he was ID earnest, and and father ("ivbose eyes no longer look Carleton was largely: attended by the elite .
stated that be had received a letter from them with love' and affection, bu
1 G. F. DUREN, Agent. Mr. Flagler, himself. upon we say to them, look beyond the narrow from of Indian beginning River:,to and end.was a grand success Wm R. Walker

Tbe survey and estimated cost of the house In which now quietly rests the built the
This hotel has been
::sc railroad has been so far completed, thin tenement be occupied while .on the upon
ors site the old Carleton which
of was Dealer In
-
:::> -
r. f'f'A f w gentleman says, as to show the estimated plane; the undaunted Immortal
: earthly burned to the ground some time ago. It -
-- cost to be one million dollars below what not there It bas lorever crossed Staple arx.a. Ere-a-C3r: Groceries: :
A -=:a. l Is a three-story building! standing: on the ,
Mr. Flaglerhad expected. Our citizen the line of the visible and torn aside the .
c:::> bluff, about ::25 ft. above Indian River
pa stated be was very glad: to know that In veil which hides the Invisible, and Is now aDd Is surrounded by palms and other Fr'\L1: ts a I-- "Vegret sulkies,
the 'very near future the Florida East learning new lemons of enlarged' life and
e. -=:a. Coast Railroad would be running Into greater: happiness. date semi-tropical house of giowtli.about 30 It bedrooms l Is an up;-to-lit Hay. Grain: : ac.: l Feed. '
Key West, and ask We will "Farewell Comrade."
was particular to If not say and 1
with
what be had learned was' to be kept nor yet "Good-bye;" only a handclaspas room lighted and throughout ball Is conneo'ed gas with every the -Your Patronage Solicited

: secret, when be was told that it wan no you pass from. mortal sight Into thegrunt TITUSVILLE -- FLORIDA.
a a t _II a _. 1.__ h _.L.._ _____ heating apparatus eo than nobody need ,
sacra A a. a asked beyond.
==- .H .u"u w"otbe shiver orlebd'r; ;; when cold; snap j ,
L H work would be completed the gentle- For those who fought,the war U done( visits this section of "Klorlila. There are
d: man's answer Web' : "As fast as money For them life's evening sky private baths and public baths, the latest TXTUS"VXLLE L.w.is EL Y !5T.A.:}3LE. :
and brains can do It." It Is learned that Grow tender o'er the "'tllu"sun,
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Where tires of anger die. style lavatories; small rooms and
there will\ be 5,000 bands put to work on ,
large rooms-all airy and having beauti
the extension. One of With ttilnnlug rank. and l'al"le'htep,
will !:
crew 1,200 FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES
ful views. The house,In elegantly: furnished
work from the terminus We tuaroti along Ufa'* ronil|
present south; No time o when one falls oat, throughout while the office and
;
; : Robbins & Graham Co: 1,150 from this end north, and two other AuU belh Iau"e. *tile load. parlor-with its open, coquina fireplacewill ...STABLES... -N0 BUGGIES,
crews of 1/250 each will'\ begin at a point
Stand clone boys. ,and drew the ranks, give a 'very cheerful appearanceto
midway and work toward lobe two crews rot here mil there a ale BAGGAGE SURREYS
: the place on cool days. The office ,
(Incorporated.) mentioned above.' It la also stated that Tell. cf dome comrade mustered out.
You halt,at ease,awhile. and parlor when thrown into one. Is
the originators of this scheme
PAID UP CAPITAL 25ooo.oo are an- about 33 ft. In length, and as it can be TRANSFER and TURNOUTS of
xious to have' the road completed within Submitted In F. O. fc L. thoroughly heated with hot air and the

This company owns two be lost years In, and no unnecessary the work time will SAMUEL W, Fox. ) Memorial big fireplace, it certainly will be a oozy HAULING ETC. .all kinds..

3L _. 3T 3D S- oommenclng WM. CLARK CommIttee. place in cool weather Mrs. Robertson
J. W. Iliooms. J will personally superintend the cuisine
:r. :M.! sbal1.: : .
the Indian River Country; On the St. GROWING SUGAR CANE. I do hereby certify that the foregoing while her son-in-law, Mr. John Ferguson TITUSVILLEIn. rear of Bobbins' Law OffioeFLORIDA..

Lnole River; at New River and on Day Is a true extract from tbe minutes 01! anU daughter. Mrs. Ferguson, will
assist her In making this of the
said Post.Attesir one
That the section of land around Titusvllle
Bisoayne. Prices to suit the times. Is good farming land there II B DUDE, most popular hotels on Indian River.
can be INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
The New Carleton la and ;
a Send for Land List.Oitioee no doubt. An ADVOOATH reporter, on 'Y. A. MILBATH, Post Commander ready to receive now open
his rounds last week, presented with Adjutant.W. gueata.CHURCH TITUSVILLE, FLA.
at TItusvllle and Miami, ]1'1..
a stalk of sugar cane over' ten feet long, b prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

.I and composed of twenty-three joints, A. Herman of Finch, Ark., writes, NOTICES. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing la my motto.
which was grown on pine land by Henry T. T. WETMORE
FOR SALE.Oyer "I wish to report that Foley's Kidney Proprietor.
Maxwell on his home place, near the F.
Cure has cured a terrible case of
.1 kidney Services
E. C. R'y. depot. every Sunday evening at the
aDd bladder
trouble that two doctors

1,000 acre on Indian River, Fla hid given up." Sold at the Red Cross I TItusvllle Rev. W. E.Presbyterian Hall, pastor.church, 'i.r:1.Jl.i.c.! : : : ].g' :Z3l"CL02CLToi3ngr: :: ::
The
BUILDING LOTS, WILD LAND, ADVOCATE prints all local news. Pharmacy, Tltusville' Fla.XDoant ,
Rev. W. F. Shoemaker will hold his
ORANGE A GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, closing services for the year at Cocoa, and general repairing of all kinds.
'
: PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS next Sunday:! at' 11 a. m., and 7 p. m.
: : Wait: Too La 1e All are Invited to attend. Leaders, Gutters, Stove., Pipe, Etc., made to order. Pipe Fittings, Etc.Buelneee .
,;. .-$5: to $1,000 PER ACRE-
All are cordially invited to attend the ,
111 Owing to health will sol
poor owner I IJ1'
TItusvllle
services at the Baptist church -.- Promptly Attended T<-
any quantity desired, cheap, on easy on Sunday, Nov' 27th. Sunday,, School

I I. term Rare opportunity for profitable What at 10 a. m., preaching at 11 a. m. and
; investment. 7 f p. m.Mills. Address or call on GEO. J. WHITE .; 'TItusvllle, Fla.

JAS. HOLMES, day J. L. Spauldlng. of DeLand,

11-iat Jensen, Fla. Can't Secretary of the Woman's Work In Florida -
will\ address a woman's, meeting at Blacksmith and
I / RqN the Baptist church, TItusvllle, Wednesday Machine Shop
: ; William Hindle << Be afternoon, Nov. 30th, at d o'clock. ,

Be cE Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold DI- O. B. STEELE, Proprietor.All .

TIN, COPPER AND SHEET IRONWORKER vine service on Sunday next in St.
v kind of Blacksmith Machine
and Engine done br
Gabriels church,'at 11 a. m.. and 730 p. Boiler Work will be

Cured, ti "! m. This will Be his last servlcea In St. experienced workmen.A .

Plumbing, Pump Work, Pipe Fitting. \ Endured. Gabriels, as he and Mrs. Brown leave for bicycle, gun and... _
I their home In Orlando, on Wednesday .

GALVANIZED IRON STORAGE of next week.HUNTING. G-ol1o"la1: :xLopal.r; ;: : She>p
Ml'I ,. .:.
TANKS MADE TO ORDER. will be operated In connection with the Blacksmith. and Machine Shop.

Your Patronage I. Solicited. If you're Insured, for then the wlp.ng out of your dwelling\ store ON-EAST COAST. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-

or packing house by fire mean only a temporary Inconvenience-
e k COCOA.FLA. your A large number hunters were In the ?-WIIl be ready for work about December 1st.
\ loss is made good and you can start afresh with 'he money any of our woods, yesterday-Thanksgiving Day-

staunch and sterling insurance companies will pay you promptly on after quail; while tbe boom of the shotgun

Hodgson Bros. proof of lOll.ZWOD.G.A..N'. was heard at several points on Indian

River. Dr. W. S. Vincent, of Huntington The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co.
E : : d3 W.dLTON. W. Va., and Mr. L. C. Branning,
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER: FLA. INSURANCE AGENTS.. of TItusvllle, brought home 28 quail; Dr. ,

j' ; : Marina Railway E. E. Sample and Mr. Wm. PrIndle, of : aaniord: : F1qr.1.d.a.
r T.1."t"U. .1.11o I'loric1n.: Huntington, W. Va., returned with 35
'General Merchants and Ship Chandlers. quail; Dr. E. E. Kolllna, of Tltusville, -
p : ..Special Faculties. bagged about 90 this week; while many AGENTS FOR-

For Hodges <& O'Slara others have been returning: to Tltusvtlle,
Out and
Hauling
j Storing Repairing ,
WALTER
daily, well loaded with duck and quail. A.,WOOD HARVESTING MACHINES
'I Yachts and The hunters. have
Launches.
," surely
remembered
the
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) Mention tile ADTOCATB when WrltIDC.I ...Manufacturers and Dealers In... ADVOCATE editor this season. Thereare ACME HARROWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS,

I Rough Dressed and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange Cottage four doctor with and they staying keep at the the table Sembler wellsupplied F. W. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD, STEEL WIRE FENCE.

BRICKLAYER & game.
PLASTERER
:
Box Heads, FruIt aDd Vegetable Crates, Mouldings;Shingles, etc On Wednesday morning [eAII11I. L. A. :l\Saoh.1.n.o:
Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write ua for prices deliveredto Brady and Van Worley went after quail, Sh ];:: Es" .

any part of the State. Address: Hodges A O'llara, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. and returned with 45. Unfortunately,
. t Ii : :' I will be located in Eau Gallie after Mr. Brady's hors broke away when I'lumlbin: &,, TI.IX: : : an.d.o"ta1: .
I mile. south
r about seven of Tltnsville
.11 I'. J July 5tb, and be prepared to do all kinds. THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, and smashed ujj the buggy rather badly :nx TOrh.

of work In this line. Write me for estimates !- Dr. Rollins and Mr. A. II. O'Neal
u MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN-
,4 bagged BO quail yesterday, and
,}ft'' on your work. References if de Commissioner J. C. Jones shot County Everything In Builders'
sired. Address, LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL-Everything to construct a honse. turkey.. six wild Hardware.


THOS. F. KELLKY WRITE FOR PRICESGOld _
'Brick, Lime aud Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work, Dracketa.I I NEW BLACKSMITH SHOP. ,
Box 232. Eau GIllie! Fla. Sash Doors, Blinds. Paints and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work. --
Talla aDd Hardware Door and and Window '
Window Frame. Door Screens
....... ...... Rooting and Sheathing Paper Paints and Varnishes. Mr. O. B. Steele, of Colombia S. C., Is
........ Masury's : erecting a building on Broad St.:! TitusIlle For of
:Box
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Prices are not always the lowest, bat stock is always the Best $ oo1 a
: : E. Vesey Hall ,which will\ be 20x40,for tbe present,
| -Yard. at Tltusville, Eaa Gallie\ Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach- and expects to make additions later. Mr.
i Georgians, Fla. Steele will equip the same with a complete OE: =lANCES.
outfit for doing all kinds of black- '

h i : Boat Builder. smith and machine work, Mid general We have had
: : C A. DUPONT'SLIVERY repairing. lie expects to be ready for Simon so many report of the fine quality of orange raised with car

t : 'ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK. work by the middle of next week.A r7v'ertnizervdaring: the past lean, that we have Decided to offer $100

< Write for Estimate i nnd: SALE 'J .A.nLES IN for tbe best, $25 for toe second and $10 for the third. best box of
1 oranges of the of 100j, 1005 Md of
1900
BIG FLAG POLE. .CtOP Three successive Tbe time
...................... HASTINGS FLA. exhibition will be announced later. years. ._

A flag-pole 72ft. high, has been erect- The only condition
,'. being that lobe crop of fruit shall be with. our
Blacksmith Shop. ed at the back of the Postoffioe, Tltusllle Simon Pure produced
Can supply anyone on the East Coast with under the snperlntendance of Postmaster FerlUlzer. If a State Fair, should be held during any one of the tea- ':'

,,' We do all kinds of blacksmith and .HORSES, 1tZ ULE8 HARNESS, : !! F. M. Taylor. The pole will beaeed aoDII aDd at such time! that a creditable exhIbit of citrus traits can be mule, the ,

j'' wagon work, also boat building and and single or doable Buggies and Wagons, at' reasonable rates. ,. for of the purpose of displaying theignals display will be held during.the fair, and at the place where the fair U held.
the United
repairing. All work guaranteed. States Weather -For further particulars
and
ENNis &: Boy, TItusvllle, Fla. WRITE HIM at above addreu.e .. iureau. E. O. PAINTER booklets, address- .
FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Fla.
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