East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00323
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Title: East Coast advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1904
Publication Date: -1891
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071720
oclc - 34175701
notis - AKR0019
lccn - sn 96027112
System ID: UF00079908:00323
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Succeeded by: Indian River advocate

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LOCAL NEWS -Gre Dleaf fc Crosby, the well-known Clothing Dry Goods, Shoes, -Miss Pearle Stewart one of the ADVO- CHRISTMAS IS COMING! AMONG THE HOTELS.:

Jack ollville jewelers, have a new ad. on hate, Trunks. Etc. OATS staff, has been on the sick list this -

J And Topics of General Interest. our 8th page. week. And PENNEY .t BRANNING are Where to stop along the East Coast.

-Take note of the new ad. of G. L. We now carry an Immense stock of : -M ra. Joseph U. Gerry and sister, ready to supply you with everything tithe See list of hotels and boarding house

THE ADVOCATE landavllle, the Jeweler, on our 6th page Gents' Superior and Up-to-date Clothing I Miss Schaefer Rookaway Beach, N. Y., way of Gents' Furnishing, Clothing, on 1st, 4th and 7th pages.

$1.50 per annum In advance.. 01 this Issue. He has a big stock of boll- In all the latest styles; and prices to suit were among Wednesday's southbound Hats, Shoes and Caps that the mind can I Motel Managers would do well to get y
1.00 six months, the heart desire. Formerly
day goods. route to for
en Rookledge
10u. passengers the ADVOCATE columns
$2.00 an. to foreign countries.gjf their ads. In a*
per BOYS' SUITS In all patterns and the; winter. you were oompelled to send away for
FOR FURNISHED HOUSES ROOMS soon ns possible, as we are sending! hundreds
Reading notice ads. are ten cents tyles. Your attention' Is partioularly some of your high-grade goods. you were
etc., write, giving details to FIRE WORKS-OF ALL KINDS AND 9< extra papera'all over the East
per line on this page. called to these goods there Is nothing compelled to have but now there Is no
John R. Walker Titusvllle, Fla. Description. A full line of new goods and West. d .
send off for In line
use to anything our ,
When you subscribe for the ADVO like them on the East Coast. V
OATS by the year, It does not cost you -Dr. F, n: Hough ton left Wester- MEN'S HATS: In all sizes, shapes and at the Rod Cross Pharmacy,Titusvllle. for we keep the very things you have Mr. Asa S. Loomis, chief clerk of the

| three cents per week postage Included. mile, 0., for Florida on Wednesday colors. We carry the celebrated Stetson -Mr. Tom Howes formerly with the been sending for. Alossur. office force St. Augustine Its r

i TUB EAST COAST ADVOCATE l is on night,and expects to be in Daytona and and Noxall Hats which are hard to beat. Indian River and Lake Worth Fish Co., Our line of CLOTHING Is superb and again greeting ojtl friends In the Ancient

[sale at the following news-stands, at five Titusvllle In a few day. Look out for MEN'S OVERCOATS In the latest. bas returned to the railroad business if you should not find,,IP stock just what City, having arrived from a pleasuretrip

I cents per copy : / him. styles, and colors and In various sixes and Is now filling the position of nigh you want for a Christmas suit, we can to Jamaica and Cuba. .

Titusvllle Jacksonville-Red-Duval Cross hotel.Pharmacy.> -Dr. Chas. G. Weld and Messrs. R. H. An endless variety of the far-famed operator at the Titusvllle station during take your measurement and furnish you Take pote of the Graham hotel ad. on

Morgan: and F. II. Stone three crack DOUGLASS and HA.NAN SHOE to the absende of the regular operator.Mrs. I with an elegant tailor-made suit. i our 7th page. This hotel Is situated In
Note date of expiration printed upon shuts from arrived in Tltusvllte elect from.: The Celebrated Ed win CLAPP SHOES .
Boston A. Penney and Miss Daisy; Palatfca, and Is the only brick hotel lathe
j your paper or wrapper every week. This and at left for Canaveral We have just received a carload of have reached us, and we feel safe in sayIng -
I is a receipt for your money No need on Monday once Brady, who spent Thanksgiving with city, Ills under the management
I for ns to send receipt for subscription. -Club, to spend aeveral weeks hunting fine TRUNKS and DRESS SUIT CASES! Mr. and Mrs.\ W. N. Hendry at Fort that no shoe In tho world can compare of J. X. Gantt.
[ The date gives it to Come and them. with It for elegance and durability
you. HAVE YOU SEEN THE ratalogue of see Pierce, returned here, Monday saying The QUEEN QUALITY SHOE: :, for Road the now ad. of the router Home

ADVOCATES for sale at the Red the Improved Stnallery' Marine Engine t Mall orders JULIUS promptly attended to. they had had a delightful time. The Ladles, Is also on our shelves, but at the on our 4th page. This house Is situated ton

[ Cross Pharmacy Tltueville.M If not, 'send for one to L. E. Boettom KLINE. Titusvllle Fla. Fort ;Pierce residents are excellent enertalners. ,- present rapid rate of ."Ie. will not be Lemon street (off Main street), Titus

-Mr. E. )[. Mast writing us from Ormond Fla. 10.7 there long These theMe IUft "Paratllso vllle and U a little over a block: north

Urbana O., says the thermometer Is 10 -W.i F. Shoemaker will leave for Orlando County Clerk A. A. Stewart of TInsvllle Gardner's Xmas. Goods-:Best Ever. Regained" and we advise you to order of the F. E. C. Railway station.

j degrees above zero.' Rather cool: In Ohio. ; next Wednesday morning, to attend has been appointed Major on -Mrs. R. E. Brown wife of one of the quickly I ., before the present supply Is exhausted. Mr. G. U, Irwin, "..(.tsDt.mRnalrer of

[ IF YOU'RE LOOKING, See Gardner' the session of the Florida Annual the staff of the- United Confederate I popular conductors on tlie.F. E. C. Railway -' We merely mention these two the Indian River hotel, Titusvllle, ha

Christmas Goods. Beat Assortment Conference of the M. E. church South Veterans. It Is "Major Stewart" now. i ', arrived In town on Monday, from lines to let you know: where to find had some noticeable improvements madeto

wb'lch convenes at that place Dec. Sib. -Mr. Dudley B. Fay, of Boston a I Jacksonville, on a visit to her mother them. But that does not mean we have the office and rooms on the ground

-Mr. Robt. C. Ueaton, one 'of the 'at 9 .. m.. well-koown member of Canaveral Club, I Mrs. C. L. Wright. Conductor Brown no other lines. We have shoes galore. floor. The new reading room. Is a decided

I members of, Canaveral Club has returned WOULD LIKE A POSITION BARBERIng arrived here on Wednesday. Mr. Fay and wife will shortly leave for West' from the cheapest to the highest grade. Improvement.

j to Boston from Bevevley Farms, accom- Mr. Palm Beach to spend the winter. Our line'of NECKTIES, for f1.00. Is a
wan accompanied by P. V. R. Ely
12 experience. E.. C. of the of Hotel Sarnoand
; years Take note .ad.
\ panied by his wife. marvel of beauty, and the very' thing: for
Brown Barn table. Mass. 14-3t of Boston FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT In Tltusvllle. Cottages, Eau Oallle on our '7thpa"e. '
-...10(1'. Wm. n. MoFarland, who spent to Geo. M. Robbins an Ideal Christmas present. This highly elegantly
Apply hotel and are
See Gardner's Windows-BIG variety. The cottages
& Sells -Mr. Wm. M. Brown president of .lUll Tie has never before been sold inTitusville
[ the summer with!" Forepaugh's Titusvllle, Fla. furnished and the rates are from
[ shows, Is again In, TItuavillef, shaking\ the Fort Dallas National Bank }Miami -Remember* there will be an Important and when resting upon thebosom Mr. J. Watkins
1 hands with his numerous friends.Mr. Deceived a' fine bird dog at his home In meeting of Friendship Chapter No. -Drs. E. E, Sample and W. S, Vincent of a Manhattan' Shirt I. the per $X60 to $3.oO per day

Titusvllle on Sunday much to the de- 11* Order of Eastern Star, on Tuesday of Huntington W. Va., who bave Bonification of elegance.We Loe I I. the manager.The .

Wm, II.'Hall bas purchased the light of'Mrb. Brown, who will now be evening next, and every member Is earnestly been having good sport with quail during are Hole Agents for the Famous Hotel Magnolia !St.: Augustine

S Motlow cottage on Washington avenue,, well supplied with quail. from the woods requested to be present at 730: the put two or three weeks, left on KNOX JIA T. No one else In Titusvllle under the management of Messrs. Palmer

[ now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. J. Kline around 1 Itusville.We p. m. sharp. Wednesday morning for Merritts bland, keeps them or can keep them. &. UacDowell opened for the season oa e 1

t who will probably move the end of this to camp In the woods for a few days and We also can furnish out of stock the Thanksgiving Day. The Magnolia Is
could have sold 100 extra copiesof
-- -Colonel Chas. P. Horton a prominent
month. to hunt deer and bear.. STETSON HAT" a hat which' everybody already entertaining a goodly number of
the ADVOCATE of last issue, had we member of Canaveral Club arrived
[ BEAUTIFUL DISPLAYof knows to be one of the best guests, and the prospects are very bright
had them on band. Not a of lastweek'
copy here Sunday, from Boston, and Is now NEW LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Goods and so cheap, If we should attempt to tell you of for a good season. .
Christmas Issue left. Orders for
was ex
snugly ensconced at the Clubhouse at just received *t the Novelty Store.,
too," la what everybody says who tra copies should be sent in before or directly Chester Shoals. The Colonel Is a crack Books Picture, Dolls, Games, Christmas all the fine lines we carry It would take The Narcissus Cottages, West Palm

looks at the show window of the Red after publication. Any person shot, and many a duck will fall to his Cards Fancy Dishes, etc. Give up all the space in the ADVOOATB; so Beach, managed by Mn. L. D. Hosklu-

,Cross Pharmacy Titusvllle. writing us.for a sample copy will have It unerring aim this season.A us a call. 15-lt we merely" say I "Corai", and see for .00. are now open and ready to receive. a

Miss Lizzie Ilngblett the bright sent, free of cost, to any part of the yourself, guests. This Is said to be one of the
LARGE LINE OF STATIONERY -Miss Florence Colmar who has been Remember that we are THE: ONLY
United States or Canada best boarding houses In West Palm
of Dr. W. L. Hughlett,,
| young daughter for Christmas the In HendersonvilUt GENTS' FURNISHING
-Appropriate Pre..ntl. spending summer ,, EXCLUSIVE
and I. fitted with eleotrlo lights
j of Cocoa was a passenger on SundaY'1tr..ln. I ALL KINDS OF TOYS GAMES ETC., at the Red Cross Pharmacy Tltnsvllle. N. C., and other places, stopped over InTitusvllle STORE In Titusvllle. Give us a chanceIs Beach, all modern ,
hot and cold baths con- ,
on her way to Stetson University, for the children at the Bed Cross ,
few this week her ask
a days on all we :,
Oliver of Hosklnson Is deter.mined
1 -Mr. L. C. Miami spent a veniences. Mrs
DeLand.Mrs.. Pharmacy Titusvllle. West Palm Beach the winter.
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few days In Titusvllle the first of the way to make her place second to none
Geo. M. Bobbins accompanied i Duke,, the fine English bull terrier, week attending to his orange grove, the Hiss Colmar Is the !guest of her sister, Tltusvllle, Fla. on Lake Worth. She promises to give

| baby Charles, left here Sunday en I owned by Mr. Wm. M. Brown, died on crop of which be wants to dispose of. Mrs. E. E. Rollins. Her many friendsare every possible attention to guests and

[ route Washington, Ga., on a visit tof Wednesday of the distemper which has Mr. Oliver owns quite a nice orange pleased to aee ber In Tltuavllle -Mr. and Mrs. J. Brannlng of South the cuisine will be hard to surpass

f her sister, Mrs. Anthony. Mr. Robbins I been prevailing among the dogs here grove[ near TltusTllle-In the famous again. Jacksonville, arrived Titusvllle, Wednesday Everything about the cottages will be a

[ accompanied his wife and baby as far atI I abouts. Duke was a most Intelligent Turnbull hammock.Mr. -Mr. Geo. E. Andrew. was a passen- morning, and are stopping with kept scrupulously clean, neat and orderly .

I Jacksonville. animal well known and loved by every Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Brannlng on Palm for
get on Monday's southbound train en } so there will be no cause com
F. J. Simmons, one of our valu-
three children
Archdeacon B. F. Brown and wife child in Titusvllle, and will be greatly route to Palm Beach where he bas sole and Main streets. Their plaint.
ed subscribers In Detroit Mich., writesus
their'' household effects this missed by the Brown family. charge of the fleet of boats connected accompany them.
packed up that It Is snowing bard In his city Rookledge on the Indian River bas ;
i week and on Wednesday morning left -Mrs. M. A, Sprague and daughter and the temperature Is down to 21 degrees. with the Royol Pol nolana and the Break' -Mr. Frederic Schilling, Mr. Herman long been famous for Its winter hotels, '

for their future home in Orlando having! Miss-Berge of New York, mother and Mr. and Mrs. Simmons will, as ers. Mr. Andrews had been on a visit Nnethlng and Master Herman Nsetblng I and one of the bent and best ,known hi

bid all their friends good-bye.. Th sister of Mr. C. L. Berge, who spent last usual spend the winter at Rockledge; with Mr, Fred Starry, at his palatial ho prominent and well-known residents ofN.w the Indian beautiful River says the belongs Time-Union.to one i

r Archdeacon and wife have been In TI winter In Titusvllle,. are now at the but as none of the hotels are open they tel In Hot, Spring Va., of which he York, arrived In Titusvllle on Wednesday of This the Dwyer brothers property, the famous borso-

tnavllle about 14 years and many olj World's Fair where they will remain will\ go to the Clarendon Inn, Seabreeze; spoke In high terras.ADDITIONAL for the purpose of taking a cruise man, and bas just been leased by J. D. t f

j their friends were sorry to see then:I until Its close Mrs. Sprague and ..MistBerge I and probably the Hotel Carleton Melbourne LOCALS will be foundon of a few week. with Capt. Jack LatHe, Jordan,.of the Hotel Elbron the at Elbron
known at the winter resorts board the schooner Rose Marie N. J. .111'. Jordan was at Windsor
well on oozy
[ leave. are for while. will leave sut.
.a They our page.Christmas. Wednesday, with hl. daughter. They
of the East Coast, where they have I They' have gone to the upper end of Indian I
I LARGE CHICK STOKE. Detroit on Monday next. lest for Rockledge, Thursday morning
THE spent several seasons. Goods. River, after ducks, and are surprised taking with them a lot of painters and
LARGER ASSORTMENT CHRISTMAS to find such warm and delightful plasterer., who will at one bit put to
J. B. .WALKER CO. Engine For Sale. Goods than ever-variety unequalled, weather h.re.Furnlabefl. work on the hotel. Something Ilk. $*l-

We invite your inspection of' tie best, PRICES TO SUIT: EVERY ONE. An Immense stock of Cbrlst'naa Goods down 000 Is to be expended by the owner. Inputting
this bouse In tb. be.t'ponlble
I largest and most complete line jf Holl- New Gasolene Engine for sale, made Drums, Rocking Horses, WheelBarrows has arrived and among them are some Cottages' condition popular this year, and as Mr.
Indian River Dolls Tea-Sets, Games Trains,,, of the finest dolls to be seen anywhere. hotel of wide..xperleoceand
| day Goods ever brought to by the Rochester Gas Engine Co.; six Jordan Is a man
f from the Comic Toy to the Expensive bone power, Jump spark. Includes Comb and Brush Sets, Toilet Sets, They are handsomely dressed, and are Highland Park Cottages, Eau Gallle, unlimited energy and seal, people t
articles tor think that "there Is no place la
beautiful who
I Article for your best girl 9r best young jump spark: coil shaft, solid wheel and Cuff and Colllar Boxes Rogers' 1847"Knives really presents. Indian River Florida. Four five and Florida Ilk. the Indian River" are not
Just come and look at them before buying
and .
| man.. reverse lutcb. Weight about 2M>lba. Forks. GARDNER'S.Dentistry. seven room cottages, air new and nicely likely to be disappointed this season.
elsewhere.We .
For those who want to give a Useful Price $155.00, cash. furnished; ready for occupancy December
have of Cut Glass The following hotels and boardinghouses
a grand display ,
I Present, we have Just received a line of Can be seen at the store o'f W, C. 15tb. Terms reasonable for the sea tire open and ready to receive)
and varlonsNorelties that are too numerous
Handsome Rockers in the highly-pollsh- H>wea, Oak; Hill, Fla. tf Dr. Feigel wishes us to announce that, to Beautiful articles to son. Congenial society Hunting, fishing guests, as will be seen by the display !
led quartered Oak'at prices ranging from Fort mention. and boating. Half hour's sail and ads. on our 4th and 7th pages: .
account of rush of business In
on select from for Indian
*3.00 to $0.00 each. Our stock is too Notice to Dog Owners. Pierce he will be unable to be In Titus River, residents have never seen short walk to the Ocean. JACKSONVILLE.

|arge for ns to single out any ewe line. vllle during December. For further particulars, write, Windsor hotel.
We have the best of everything in All dogs that the license has not 'been such lovely goods) on this coast before. War. R. ROEHCII: Duval hotel. S

ROES, HATS, GENTS' FURNISH- paid,on by December 15th, will be taken Cabin Launch Bargain. .Jtruus KUE Titusvllle, Fla. 15-2 Ban Galll,Tla. Aragon Westmoreland hotel. hotel. .

I *GS, DRY GOODS, MILLINERY up and killed. VAST!! T. WOBLET: New Travelers hotel.
URNITURE; Etc., Etc. oar prices City Marshal. A cabin launch fitted for cruising 33i Oak. Cottaffe-Indlanolo. New Wlndte hotel.
Ire so reasonable we can please you. 7"x2. two cylinder four cycle engine,, looms. Wolfe's European hotel.\

ti As to Leaders Bargains and all such Fine Property For Sale: t 4 h. p. Speed 0 to 7 miles per hour Oak Cottage, a private boarding house) Hotel DeMoto.ST. .

leaders, we are prepared to demonstrate .-....-- Ideal boat for cruising In Florida waters Two Furnished Booms for rent, suit In the beautiful village of lodlanola, on UGU'IITllIlC. 1

giat we are It. Two nice cottages adjoining'each I Price tM O.OO. Address, able for light housekeeping. No bed or Merritt Island, I. open for the season. The Lyon Building.

to quality polited box 383. ..Jackson'vllle.J'lorld., table linen. Good location. Terms reasonable. Apply to PALATKA.Graham .
When It comes price, other In North Tltu.v1l1e.wlth an acre
"SI. P. Titusvllle. A. S. HUMPHRY,
tf ADVOCATE, hotel.
treatment "We are note .. ,
courteous of hammock and five acres of rich muck ImllaooU, Fla.
whole thing" but we do claim and truck farm. 'Good --- / SBAHHEEZE.: : :
i land, suitable Cottages For New Clarendon Inn,
and Will substantiate the Claim river froDt. The larger cottage has three Furnished Kent. For Charter. Thin. Slay Suit You.In GOOOALL.

|at We' Give More -Goods and Better sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs The Seaside Inn.Trruevit.
furnished ai< Cruising yawl Trochee. For particulars
than firm In Three neatly cottages '
lees for Less Money any ; and'a parlor, sitting room dining Indian mf.r.1"Ia.. for t enquire of the owner, oonsquence of the owo.,'. Inability ta.
tu.vllle. room and kitchen below. The adjoining Eau Gallle, Fla. to return to Florida, the undersignedoffers The Hembler Cottage.
that ns a at $100.00 each for the wioter season,. Stanley Bitching, Stuart his brother's The )...tor Home. See 4th
Sow, all we ask is you give cottage has two sleeping rooms aDd foe sale at a bargain, page.
d I, 1. No trouble to show Goods. No servant's room In second story, and They contain four' rooms each; stan I orange grove of 160 young bearing EAU GALLIB. ;
beet from the ground and command i For Bale, Cheap. orange and grapefruit tree, and a two- and
but will do our high Hotel' Sarno Cottages.
'I prt answers and kitchen
sitting room, dining room story' frame house; Including five acres
view of Indian River. Fin please and Interest you. below. Large, brick cisterns to .both beautiful Nice little Winter Home, 11 Acres of the finest vegetable land on Uerritt's MELBOUBXE.
roar* to serve and command. bouses. Adapted for a nice winter location and congenial society. Ran t 150 Bearing Orange and Grapefruit trees, Island, Indian Itlver Fla.. and two good New Hotel Carleton.
JOHJT R. WALMB A Co. borne. chance.- For further particulars,addresi I Good title. Owner going away. well*. Will sell oneap. Write to New Brown house. .

THE THusville, Fla. Titnsvllle Fla. tf Eau Gallle,East Coast, Fla. 12Geo"llaua., Indian Klter, Fla. 'tf Eau:: Gallla, Its.C The Narcissus Cottages .

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1 Acceptedaiii/,, Masons.Indian I 'Attention From Mien able cure great ion malaria, biliousness catarrh of, constipation the J P.Tallftferro U.,..S....SENATORS.... ........ ...Jarysan" -

nervousness 8. Mallory,.....
r stomach, bad breath, oily skin, sleep'.essness U. 9. CONGRESSMEN. I
WILCOX wind and all liver stomach and
I Robert W. DavlB.. l'l
No. 00TittlvlUe bowel trouble. 100 Wafers 25cts. )For 8. M. Sparkman. r.air tki.
I lIE young women who ask men for attention "and, compel sale by Red Cross Pharmacy Tltnsvllle Wan B. .. )Ln, 'HeeKj]/ :

River _. U. B. LAND OFFICE.
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crease. -
Holds IM meeting the ItHCond and fourth Krlay ... Dittoes at Gainesville, Florida.
of MOb month, a* their roan Indian HirerHotel Although the phaperon system is1 prevalent in the 0 8 r FLORIDA GI8L4TUUEE
l .Titus 'Ilia,at 730 o'clock m. .
r p. small exclusive circles of largest cities i there 'U, mE'E'- N. Dlmlck, Palm Beach.. Senator
T. H. "ani.dem' W'orehtpflll1".1' our W.H.Jones, .. .Ropra antiuiv&' :
F.A. Morgan Senior Warden.
M S. Rains, Junior Warden are still hundreds of thousands of cultured, charming EXECUTIVE DErARTME 'T.
J. M. Dixon: Troaiurer.J. Wm. 8.Jennings, ... ...... ..
4 I .. R.: Walker. Secretary.J. in most cities who attend theaters' and operas and recep = H.Clay Crawford. .... ......SecretaryC. i ijt Knot t"'
O. Mlaek.Chaplain.V. '
W V. Knot. TeH. ,
]M.Taylor rwulor Dmioon. escorts UNACCOMPANIED BY A CHAP James \VliitUeld. Att.< ref,
R. K. Mlrrm, Junior LMncon.O. : r r.E1i >> W. N. She..ts.. ... .. .. ..Bnpt.'Pnlillo.ru.tnllerat In.lI'llI.tl"
H. Walton Senior Steward. will another hundred before the custom B. E. McLIn .Coiumistiiouvr A grit Itun I IAlonzo
r A. A. Stewart Junior HtewarU.P. require ;years t1. C. (Crooul..... ... .. ...,Cunihtrolter''
W.R..I>ort., Tyler. in ;other countries. o ) Clifford K. Foitor. _..AdJutant-icneraL;
F. M. Woolen. Marsu.il.if to the grisettes and peasants, as:* i -
'1 John Hrtdfurti.8I1r'e)ur- i who come to the city to study for a career seldom CD" SO (1) 0Ec8 R. E. Ito.e.Offices.at Tallahassee,Florida.State Ch mitt.
1 .J and depend 'the opportunities afforded by SUPREME COURT JUDGES
1 Friendship No. II, holds It upon .
In the Masunlo. Chapter Ixidire room Tltiurllle.* meetlngr on the !.sr M. H. l1a.bry. .........;... ... ...Chief Justin.
flrac and third Tuesdays In elICIt month at 71311 to attend placos of amusement. n F..B.C..rter.... ....... '.. ..-..4.aoolate.luoU.8o
a 1 m. Tile following are the ofllc ri of theCLaptert 0 U.F. ?
i ', very well when a fashionable young woman, properly i
1 II, ,$ F Mrs.. A.M.Morgan A..Sorlmirnour W. P. W. M. .. invites, a gentleman! to occupy her box at tho theater or oar Jefferson U. Browne, chairman.O' ...Key Weal

r Miss Znmlle Mtewart" Associate.M. is quite another thing when ''a girl with a "career" asks :.ct. 8 I oQ ( J.Hudson M. Bryan,.'.Mttle Klnnluimee.lter.(
Mrf H. K. Wilson, Secretary
John M. Dixon Tieiuiuror. ( R.C. Damn, clerk .. ........ .......Maatxin,
Miss Kate Stewart Conductress. ]! time and money to HEB-entertainment. ;;J f'e "toa "' Heaoquartersandoflceaalassee Kla
Mrs. 1. Kline Associate Con pi'CI CIRCUIT COUWT.
Mr. Oei. W. Bnolile' Ada. Minor A. Jones Titfcsville Circuit.twin,,
Mr..J. L. r...rruth rs, Martha. OR GOOD TASTE OR SENTIMENT COULD DO SUCH A ) 7i ) J. IJ. Beggs| Orlando..i'rosecutinr Attorney,
Mr. Oeo. M. Robblnn, ICether.Mr. : Sprinn Term-Fourth Monday In March I
.. F. A. Morgan, Marshal.Minn t ; ; reooCD Fall (arm-Fourth Monday In October"
Aleph Minis, ll lecta. Si UREVARD CObATY/ COURT.
.evil is doubt of the disasters attendant
1 O. H..T.Walton T. Wetmore Ward..rMn. Sentinel. no one upon S .CD A.T>.Feiiney.. .. ..... ........ ....County Juilgt,
J. L.Carruthors, Clm >luin.He state from a uselesa td a more enlarged Ii D. L.Oatilden.Prosecuting; Attorney,
| ; toy
..a bIJ A. A. Stewart' ... ... ..... -. .... Co"ntYl.lork.:
--- the limits of the enlightened CL Spring Term-Seoond Mnaday.In May
oversteps present
\ U) G e Summer Term-8tDd Monday In Aultn8l.

SHE ATTEMPTS TO BE THE LOVER. cJ: >. ... 9 m ;..JE4 Fall Winter Tenn-8econd Term--Second 11I0111111)Monday In N"eluler In February.

many noble women are progressing into wider fields of < F C6UNTY SCHOOL BOARD.R. .

At 1p OF liberty a 'great crowd of UNBALANCED girls and a ,oktA ". 0uJ .Members E.Mime,: Superintendent.Ronaventnre J. M. Dixon chalrman Tltllo.III.1;,

lillw R.N. Andrews, Cocoa; J. U *ultt,Bpruceblnir.CotlSTT .
I sr IN THE d U SS 1L in refinement and restless with a crazefor, \ r! ] = COMMISSIONERS.

DYCATt are elbowing their way into public exc\te-I fEr (D T. R. Walker; chairman Tltusvllle; John R
BuSIN s si : Mlot Indlanola) K. A. Conkllnfr, Tinman;John
ideas of propriety in their desire TO SEE :J;<: C.Junes, Quay:J. F. Hell, White City Regular
1 t seestonepte he{lllr.t Monday In cacti mono
DO EVERYTHING Good and delicate minded
\ ht them 1 '1>. Penney'Tltusvllle;. .... .. County JmlM.
and snub
I 1 to cry down this brood, men ought to s.. 8j"Z D I.. Gnuiden Tlrusvllle;.. ... ..... Pros Att',.
Ij1 ; : .. .
A. A. Stewart TituHvlllo, CountstieYJ. ,
; to obtain attention which is not voluntarily given. F. Wooten,Couoa. ... .. .. ., Tax AsuesiuirK.
W. H"II.'( ... .. .. ..Tax Collector.
CHANGES OCCUR IN THE WORLD, LET THE GOOD John Henry,'IInn.II"I'?.. .. .. ... ..Treamirer..
o R. E. Minis, llunavei'ture, ... Supt. Pub. hltt.I
OF MEN DOING THE WOOING AND THE ASKING. .. J. O. Fries, TI'unllle .. .. County Simeyor.
s-p ,JHrown.TllHSVIIIe?..... ..... ... .. Sheds
a w S. Norwood, Tltnsvilla..Rep Irftratlon Oflker.
8 fig

h}; 1 eAHUGIRAILWAiTRUST a 1:1$ E.E.totlins.mayor TITUSVILLE TOWN; Van Worley COUNCIL.marshal and

World's Press tax collector: n. R.I'yelork\ and treasurer;
Jobn Henry tax uswiHnr; J. R. Walker r. .....
ht '}r' Morgan J. L.Camitber. W. H. Branning and

Could Prevent War lint D. 11.Tuesday Pritchard In,each councilman month The council meeti

O. M. Robbins,president M. Dixon, tr a -
J. O. Bant Meets second Wednesday .
titer secretary.
press of the world would adopt and PERSIST IN the night In each month at their rooms.

Details of Alleged Plan to Con. ]_ resolve that war shall be no more, the clangor of arms
{ trol All American ,Lines.t cease from the rising of the sun to its going down, Patented to allloountlles. Only tackle
of the Kind In the world. Fitted
fancy that at last our' ears, no longer stunned by the with the celebrated Vlnton Roller

EIGHT BILLIONS THE CAPITAL might hear the morning stars singing together-and all Bearer. Useful la any place whore
hoUtlog Is done. With these blocks
I God shouting for joy. eed one man can do the wqrk of two.

Chicago New.iiBp.r Harm ntloBteriter COlt moryleld more- Thousands sold in the north. Call
save.1I."porlmenCinJr- and see them In working order at this
Project 1 Il
d d by Stand
t .rd Oil In..r..... and I. to lncldd CABDUj'I"j. au the unable The old original GBOVB'S Tasteless by ;Jj 1eal.r. 1904 'lltusvUe.Guros .
i Over 1OO.MOO Mile Road to D. the kidneys being from the Chill Tonlo. You know .what you are Seed Annual postpaid 'r.. !-
impurities to ail :
'4 Hun aA Koononilenllr sa PouIsla. Buohu Wafers the taking. It la Iron and quinine In a taste. applcanu. "
form. No 5Octs. the .
for this condition; they less cure no pay, at
r Details are being worked out rapidly from all .worn-out Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvtlle, Fla. Detroit Mleh. Colds Prevents Pneumonia

f for the formation of a gigantic railroad up the shrunken wall of _.
trust, lays the Chicago Tribune bealde prevent the formation -

1 which all'the other great" trusts before Sold boots a box by .

organized In the United States will Tim uevllle.

;11 dwindle Into Insignificance. A dozen "

eastern financiers, headed by the Stand WHITE FLY. T

ll and 011 Interests, with their" unlimited ,
wealth, expect to control the entire railroad -' much dlacus lon In re
I a system In tHe country and prevent methods of destroying .. t.
competition among the various roads I; the most successful one ;;J' ;

'+ i' The plan Is to divide the railroads of 1" \" .,
i the growth
( fungus
the country into a few groups or systems i loaves of the trees In a ,
each one of which la to own a'' from the white fly and In ,I',. ) ., .
.S 1 r'I; substantial Interest In the stocks and fnngus spreads over the '". .

securities of every other big group or and the whiteflies dis '

system; and all to have representation .. .' .... ,
( I on each other'p board of directors. tried In many groves : ..
and other places In '
The dozen financiers all represented ,' .
on the boards of the various roads will always boon successful. ', .," ., ; '..
pf some of the groves In \ '. l' \ 'lryirT :
control from .
present appearances over
the Is s .
fungus being
,. 'it : I 1'
r 100,000 miles of railroad, including every and after It gets wide- -. : .

Important trunk line in the country fly will % e no more r" .' .! ,
t representing a capitalization of the state, : .;, "
about $9,000,000,000 in stocks and looks Uke a'small' brown -
This lr the anti.friction roller bearing used In, all the
bonds. thickly on the under '
Examine ; Walton Blocks., which In pronounced the fluent In the world. ,. 1 L
They will see to it that the roads are your grove
It growing In It. rJO
managed as economically us possible ,
stem taken from
and )he rates kept up to as high a fig.are Is eovered with thefun- -

as the traffic will bear In order to at this office and look
t secure all the revenue necessary to pay Star. : A NEWINVENTION.

good dividends on the enormous capi if _

I 1 talization. Opnac ,

The recouping of systems, which bus t

been going on for'some time has not 21 grippe hours., neuralgia Coughbro'n-and Recently Patented all Over the; World
yet completed from present l' with all peeverlsh
) Indications the :western roads will be System. They gently

divided into about six systems the without griping, act on .
eastern into three or four, with the up the system and cause The Walton .
southern and New England lines formIng headache to disappear S.

a separate system each. The western i do not cause ringing

systems, or groups, probably will :20cts. For sale by Self.Locking Tackle Block.
be as follows: Titusvllle, Fla.
1 Stock. :
Mile- bond. and RACES. This load block
I agdebt*. -hoidlog I Is made In var-

Harrlman Including. C.23.190: 11.134,000.000 MMMHMV I ous shapes and size, of WOOD; IRON

C I! i\ll.Could. Including Wabaah.14.700 047.OUO.OflO protests: of owners and and BRONZE. Will work equally well
Including Burling
cars against the
Rock ton ....,.,........,........19.709 764,000,000 : Daptona-Ormond closing Bench, with rope chain or wire rope.
(Moore.) .....,.....,.....19.407 705.000,000 ) all Shore Invited by the Will work at any highs, upside down
Santa, r* and allied line. 8.73J 475.000,000 take part, C. O. Burg. horizontally, or at any angle, and will
Rockefeller, M. and Bt. I of the Florida East and lock
P., etc....................11.205 (10.000.000 Association, under stop as any point. /
--- the competition takes Invaluable for every kind of businesswhere"
L Total ........................90,104 K4X,000,000: i that the Florida a block: Is needed frequently saving -S
The eastern to the world.
systems probably will be I
the labor of one roan or more.
.a follows: i has telegraphed the
Stock. association at Daytona: Nothing like It for banging or stretching .
Mile- bond and i restricting/ automobile wires. '
age. debt.. i Beach Janu rim ? V ; ''r niMf4dV'' ,qd
Van erblltJJ ................20,403 H.147.COO.OOO Invitations only, open 1, Address all communications to the' .. ;,a
Fenmylvantu ..............20.138 1.44 ,000,000 at all standard dl.. j L c

Erin It,and Per.' D Marquette.............,..C.....-4.962\ 474.000.000 i received mile to 100 read mll: _." ? Walton Self-Locking Block Go ilpl hp t

Total ........................45.U3 13.003.500.000 your resolution vet ___ it (Incorporated.)

The southern railroads aN all con.trolled be open I Office and Wareroom, 404 Atlantic Ave.
by" 3. P. Morgan except: the 11linola -
Near Kowe'a Wharf Elevated
Central which Is classed: with
the Harriman system The mileage of a. Cold in One Day BOSTON, MASS.
Morgan's' : southern railway system la >L Bno.vo Qunrrrx Tab-

COO.OOO.1B.87wltb\ a capitalization of $291.- refund the money If It Sample office Block Titusvllle can be;seen mod at at the the store ADVOCATE -

E. W. Grove's signature of S. B. Ilubbard A. Co., Jacksonville- L
,i The urtkle .!after detailing the matt I D Red Cross Pharmacy Call and see these block working I



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Professional, Cards. A FINE BLACKBERRY. A FARM POST DRIVER. .! :? "..Notice.TUB ," .r-
... --
lahgbl! Commended by Mleldaan Gad Any Mechanical Genius Can Hake It.
y EO. M. BOBBINS, !: f-RKDJTOIMI. LK,,\rKha AND ItltJS t
IV lac-fun*In roM G.o,...... Coat {MO to f.3. ."efJ>. W. A,, ,II',..... ,(_.. at44t

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELORATLAW. El Uornda bus boon one of the good The post driver represented in Figs! aWtlnst I Ml itauaalia\tnir OkUUt" .:., lie.a 3 j \' ;nut ulna :'I'i oemaa and re*(''
y'pkllntf: blackberries/ at the Michigan 1 and :2 is described by a writer In the qulrwit to protantttMi Mm* It> the iuitlrr.lnieiiiMlinlnlMtratrfx |

ttRtlon. It la duacrlbcd as very hardyund Ohio Farmer as fitted to an ordinary OjtlaW.da'edrmwltbintlmUwe.
pretiurllHHl 1-wjreii 1 !the nmr will bot.....rrotd,.
Will practice In State and United States i prodactlre.; ripening a few day farm wagon, the framework being held AMY A. MONUOR,

Court. a In mlvunco of Snyder and superior to to its place by false bolsters notched A*AamlnlNtrntrU. '.of Estate

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. Hint variety In size und finvor; fruit at the ends to receive the standards ot TUusville FU.,Oototwrlt" n.N.U MouT1ro.!08to

: ul 'dum: to Urge, firm and of very. the wagon. These false bolsters Are ______._..__" __ __ __
goal. quality.
TTL.. GAPLDEN, Commenting upon this variety be- ". V.....IU..... 4
jJe fore the Wisconsin Horticultural BO b\ ,. \. j \ The Oroom (ate the first hotel)-It's At Home Cairo Rheumatism

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I clety. W. Ilnnchett suld: Our attention .'..."'". no use", Clara: ; wo emit, hide" It from Hat. unlphur bath g''... relief at once quieting the pnlnn

Will practice In all the 'ConrU of the State was first called to the El Dorado black.berry \\1' ; \ people that we are newly married. TheBride of Rheumatiam..dGout.. The.nlphurtrestmetdpaternal.
.. .....
and Inlertiat,will"* both of thrve terrible dl." Hut the sulphur mad
1.U Box.238. TrrCSVILLE FLA. h1\ .j: George. dear The tlrooui" (IcjecftM U,.. ever. UlncovercU that cao b. absorbed by the akin ana by the dlgn

Ie '."" ly: )-Why. the waiter lint brought u organ ill.Hancocl's

J. WEIJB, \ rice ))111:1.1111: ;;.
}: '. l
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW California Prune Wafers.A Liquid SulphurIt

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th r pleasant and Agreeable laxative, a
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents 1.I 1. palntem! yet effective. Prescribed bvphynlol.ins 1.1'Iol.' ....'.Urtatflt Gi 4I1". Such a certain care that we pvaranlf. It
and rents and accounts collected. flg and lecommondod by all to cut: Kc..m., Acne iWouth Itch Dandruff, Rinjjworm. Prlrklr.JI..t, Dlphthertn,
Catarrto Cancer,gore and Throat CuU, and of theccalp.Vr .
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. druggists as an Invaluable substitute for /. talt bit all rHabl tiruggutt.Hancock's .
: mineral pills and castor! oil. 100 Wafers Liquid Sulphur Ointment

ii.lots; For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. reinp.ciallyornurns.tic.Id.OpenCor'.Ch.kdFwrt.aawauncce.l .
A. D. PENNEY, Boll'pile,k011q hae.. of Face and bands and all(Skin 111.......
Write for booklet on the curative, and toilet tt""r.oftulphur.
Remember hn t to ho mudxful. as IIhYPocl.te
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW: ,' '" yon iced to be a first class!
TrrosviLLS, FLORIDA. f1I> actor. Comparatively few can play ,-. _' '-..','" ':.-.:.::,,:'"', ::,'_ ,:":',"" ...:,. '" : w. .' -, _" .:,; 'I1.<;;1.:, r';;'" 'O .':: .'. :,:," .0'

the part.-Somervllle Journal. -
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th XI. DOBADO BLACKBERRY 8IDB VIEW' or POST DRIVEN
.i'uL&I .sllUN rANDrAR 'ulEYSIDnrfEYCmm( 1 3 3atopstla.ootagtaaad
Judicial Circuit.' plants on the mont favorable spot on 4 by 0 Inches" in size and are framed .
the farm, gave them the most shiftless How's This 'lJ, GCIa, "L I>..1.luntfsK I Klilnoyrt end Dladdor Right .
into pieces of the same size, running' . . .
cultivation and were agreeably our Wo offer One Hundred Dollar: Rewardfor --- -- -- --. ----.. -. ----- -.--- -. _._---
G. A. FROST, \. prised to be 'rewarded by large, luscious lengthwise of the wagon which' !In turn I any nose of Catarrh that eitonot be
berries that in flavor were aheadof carry at their rear ends' the 4 by 4 I cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure IF YOU WANT A...

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, any other variety we had ever tried. upright pieces twelve to fourteen feet F. J. CHKNKY A Co.. Props.. Toledo, O. -_. -. --_
Will practice In all the Courts of. the 7th After having tested them two fruitIng high, between which the weight plays. Wo the uudemlgned have known 1<\J.
I Cheney for the last 15 and believe
Judicial Circuit. years, we planted two and one- The upright pieces are braced to the years, .
Mm I perfectly honorable In till business
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA half acres on virgin soil that had just false bolster by short diagonal braces, transactions I and financially able to r .Building Lot

been cleared of heavy timber. W< but the mortises and tenons are madeto 4 carry out any obligations made by their .. ,

E. gave them thorough cultivation, and fit quite loosely, so as to hllow some j Him. _VEST: TntJAX, Wholesale! Drug- .
STEPIIEN FOSTER, ,; made fine The zlHtR Toledo O. WALDINQ
they a growth. next KINNAN &:
motion of the top of the uprights from M AKVIM Wholesale. or a I lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOIl OCCUIkANCV' ,
season we harvested; from this plantar Dcugglsw1'uleduO.:
ATTORNEYATLAWJyalUpchurchiduilding front to rear In order to adapt the 'i
llalPH Catarrh Cure Is taken ,
tion of yearlings: 125 cases of the finest Internally, LAND FOR AN. ORANGE GROVE,
; Jax. bluckberrles we ever saw. In the sea machine to uneven ground. This mo- ic ting directly upon the blood and mn ,
tlou Is regulated and the uprights are oous surfaces of the system Pilot, 7.:\oi'. 1'INKAPl'I.K: PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN
JACESm1NVILLR, FLA. son of tOO: after having nearly one-
half of the crop destroyed by/ a frost braced lougltudlnally by the long diagonals noulHli MM-boitlo.free nold b> all df US/lIIOIIi./ 1',1011.1 We probably have for sale Jnut what you are sucking ..

TyT S.. BUKXUAM, M. D. the first neok In June, we harvested and pinned, which Into* are uprights loosely, but mortised whose Hall's Family Pills are the best Settlers are Hooking In but still there Is room. If you era
from the two and one-half acrea 1,1'.5cases
held lower ends play la along mortises in ------ ---- looking this way, drop a line to
of fine berries which up In .
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, size and flavor to the last berry. Thin the longitudinal pieces of the main usraersaA JAS. E. 3rd Vlco-Prc.ldent.
frame being held in lIlIlred 1 t- INCRAHAM
any position
Ear and
None Throat. was the first crop from the full grown
WEST PALM BRACH FLO'HIDA. cane. We give them full faith as being by a pin passing through one of PLOH1DA EAST CO.A8ToR'Y,
a series of holes. To piuinb the up-
the most satisfactory blackberry we ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.

nouGiiToisrs have tried, and we have tried Snyder rights transversely a long tapered -_- .-._ . . "
wedge is driven between the false and - -- -- -- ----
DR. Stoner, Hardy. Early Harvest Taylor's
true bolsters: of the rear end on either

'FLOATING DENTAL' APARTMENTS and Briton.Prolific. Wnuchusett They surpass Thomelers Briton, side as may be needed.: Florida and

which hos been our leading market Tbe weight shown In Fig. 3 is preferably Oranges Grapefruit
on the "Deutos; made of cast Iron. The figure
berry for years" in size, flavor appear
Now oif TItE;INDIAN I vtlai. ance and healthfulness of foliage and represents a cube of cast Iron twelve
Inches each with bottom A.T.MO FAHI.V VKOKTAnr.BS WANTED IIYMo
way, a concave
are equal Jn productiveness and ship .
und I itch four
recesses one deep by
ping quality. In season they are about
The Largest and Most Com- ten days earlier than Briton and ripen inches wide to play upon the uprights ftU'I'IU1 C C ark"
.. ors.: :
which thus form a guide. The catch ,
elate Establishment South. rapidly.
shown on the top of the weight shouldbe '

GEO. S. HACKER & SOH DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING. made of wrought iron and screwed f Bl Q 110 Murray Street, Now York. : .

into a hole drilled and threaded for

Effect or th.'EI.trl. f Inld em r... the purpose. drgUPCR.
Treea-Ileallnc Treatment. Fig. 4 represents a pair of notched _",L I&- Membtr of theNational, League of Commission Merchants of the United State

tongs which engage this catch, but release I __-...- Furnished
Severe storms have done heavy dam .. -. -Stencil* Quotations. Cheerfully -
age In various regions this season and it when their upper arms come in c= __. __._ __ '_ H' __.___ ... _._ _._. _. .__ _
especially have many fine specimen contact with the Inclined planes ((5: 5)) THACHER'S E:

trees been torn by high winds or struck shown near the top of the uprights in 'KvLlilniaxi
by lightning. Fig. 2. These inclined planes or dropsare Liver& B ; F. c& Co.

tIl.t Sometimes a tree Is killed outrightby simply pieces of hard woqd two Blood i'-
i the stroke of lightning but more inches thick. four Inches wide and eight :2(11( Washington/ 8t ) NEW YOKK.IK1 .
generally the damage Is local and confined Inches long und beveled to a thin edge. SYRUP Bad Blood \ : Murray istieet. (r N. Y.

to one or two limbs or to the On each side is nailed a piece of tough ...L.UOIBrful .....- -------

trunk. Shattering by the electric fluid Inch lumber beveled to match the "

Is' not at all uncommon but sometimes wedge and having a hole through T Ionic; Oranges Pineapplesand

the damage Is not visible on the out. which passes a pin, which also! passes ,

MANUFACTURERS OF side. The, fluid enters the tree maybe through the upright thus making the llurllnaf.Rsi olafor ". .

In the upper part, and the damage becomes drop adjustable to any height. cII!
Sash I t
Doors Blinds Florida Fruits
visible near the, ground. The The rope which raises' the weight'Is n.lut Blood, Purlfter.S S 'hilillc Our Specialty. .

Moulding: Building Material!, bark sometimes of the tree completely becomes ripped loosened off.an4la In attached hook and to clevl the pivot.*. as shown of theme" whence tonga bya it ........-;_ .....01.-. We represent several of the 'largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent

-'.... ':....,..... ... .
Office & Warerooms, King, opposite that lies the danger, not In tbe prominent passes! over pulley. attached to tbe top .-.;;;:....- P.-" ... you also. Give us a trial thlpmeuli. Established 80 years.
*. bar of the upright thence over a roller -.;.- ..
Cannon Street.Charleston scar In the bard wood. IFJa R EN40t4 ,....e- .--. -- -" .. .
I American Gardening In commenting ( filth. w.... --------1-
S. C. ....... 01a Jl:8'fAJlLIIIIILU: 1117U. r
on these cases says the proper method fl9.2 "'- ;,c'"rar -",. '""

Sash Weights Cord auu of varies treating In nearly trees every struck Individual by lightning case. FREE BAMPLh:. Fl k
I M. Lane & Son
If the tree ID lightly struck and the 'NACpttw..e. 1t4t I
In .. ,
Hardware. bark Is only Injured a narrow per tIf.
pendicular strip tile best method of e F g4FI iSr..".sva. co.. "IIIIJII

WIndow< and Fancy Claa? treatment Is the removal of any loos- 250 WAHIUNOTON STREET, NEW YOHK. ;

ened and ragged portions of the bark

A SPECIALTY. leaving clean cut edge and the paint- /OR SALE 'BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Southern Fruit and Produce

ing of the wound. This paint should TWO BIZC9, BOO AND S1.OO.

lOLmIlONEYAlW TAB be renewed until the new bark heals .3. If you have never tried this
entirely over the scar. Bridge gratt-

t'fwcAU". ..., _r.. M. .,. ...,... ing-that !Is, inserting strips of live tissue ''reat remedy OOQl.tC1.1co1oc.: : : : ::b.I.Iorohan: ts.
r-- -- -- -
at Intervals-Is sometimes used In SEND TODAY
treatment given to a large tulip f''or a free sample and tate

DIXIE FLYERWORLD'S tree recently which was badly shattered ....-. your fyntjttomt.We Stencils Cards and oar' quotations furnished on application
by lightning and the bark loosened '- simply ask you to 1II .
nearly all the way round to a at: our expenae. "'e know whatt "

FAIR ROUTE height of from eight to ten feet was will do.Thacher. .
the application of a plaster of well rot- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

ted cow manure and the binding of the Medicine Co.

loosened bark tightly with ropes. CARRIES TilE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY IN THE COUNTY.
Hasuillle,. Chattabooga & St. Lonls Ry. As a general rule the use of grafting END TI.". fOXOS AND WXIORT CHATTANOOGA TENN. .

was Instead of the application,.of manor working In tbe diagonal braces tbenc. ---- _. ..- .. .- --. "" .- .. .-. .. __..-.-----_.
Western and Atlantis R. R. Is far preferable. The treatmentwith under a pulley attached to the rear
however proved -
has, .
manure axle of the wagon, thence over a roller .
In different Instances. end of the .
working near the forward

. DAYLIGHT RIDE THROUGH rtIitng a Riche !. th. Fruit 'World.I main frame.In :.GLOBE F
operation the machine Is driven to
THE BEAUTIFUL MOUNTAINS know of no reason why Japan
the desired spot: the uprights plumbed
should not buy planted by any
t plums the wheels scotched, the post set as t; -
OFTtNNESSEE who wants to grow plums. It is a
one strain shown in Fig. 2, the team detached GASOLINE t1 $
of growing I
AND KENTUCKY. question from the wagon and hitched to the ::q -
of plums or growing no plums at all in
Stop-overs allowed\ at all stations on many auctions. They fit a niche In

Hue where there are Ticket Agents. the fruit world that nothing else doer; .cl.a.llle lima T........ MARINE ENGINES
they will bold their own over a large A new and simple method for testing ) o yra
'$30.95! Coach Excursion, season all the way from the first .f eggs published in German papers.It -

$27.50, 13 days; $33.00 CO days; July nearly to October. There are in based- upon the fact that tbe air yqi t
$40.65 Regular Season Ticket. many varieties of them early and late. chamber In the flat end of the egg Increases ayl"; ..1 I>
and they run all the way from poor tvery with age. If tbe egg is placed II.ra
.1 j y :;:
II. Skillman. I
TRAINS DAILY cood.-W. In a saturated relation of common salt

2 2 E..I.Earl,.. It will show an Increasing Inclination 8
Pleat 1111am the long axis vertical. Afresh
fc Leave Jacksonville, vj.F.8.! F..T:43: a m. Rxcelsnm Is one of the lilies that to flout vjltb

Leave JackaonvllU, via A.O.L.,IM p., mTJ should b. planted early, In September.The tbe eft bottom* lies In of'a tbe.veu horizontal...L positionat An egg w THE S. B. HUBBARD CO.

flowers are rich butt In color. from three to five days old shows an .

SHORTEST and QUICKEST ROUTE. with delicate spots and three to a dos- elevation of the flat end, so that its -..n..aEN'TS2'. :!,i fA
The plant are ::;
en bloom on a tree.
SUPERB EQUIPENT.TUROUGII long axis form an angle of 20 degrees.
from three to five feet high.t.t b. old the angle Jacksonville
With an egg eight days ;. FlorIda.
SLEEPERS. d b1 Increases to 45 detcre with an egg .. b r rX'WRITE'FOR
.. *_!.. -r'y' .
An Important ,advantage claimed for fourteen day old to 73 degree, while d
month old float
an egg a up- '
E. J. WALKER, Fla. P.... Agt. the popular bed*? plant. California on the pointed Itk-hardOnenther, CATALOG"AND PRICES. !A
Florida Passenger Agent. 'privet, is that it U not atttt&ed.; by- San Consul General. Frankfort Germany. .

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'I I BAST COAST ADVOCATE. GROW SUGAR- CANE. .' ; : ,, r WINSTON' S. BttA.Nl'IIl'fG' Cashier; !

l ) Agricultural authorities say,that ; RIVER STATE BANK
t I AW1BKI.Y"JOTTBKAI DBYOT TO THB DBTBIcOMUBT there are five millions waste acres INDIAN

l r 01' Tea IITDIAK BIYCB, LA.S. in Florida; easily capable of fi. ,
profitably producing ten million ome COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
PqpLIIBED FBIDAT.Cn.atae tons o... cane-sugar. That would Authorized capital, $100,000
mean tbe production of all tbe Paid tit capital, $26,000

II I I H. WALTON, Editor & Publisher sugar tbe American public de. Average deposits, $200,000
r, I mands and leave A tremendous SUN
oontlauanJe of adrU. muit be mad*par- plus for exportation and sale In Have your cake, muffins, and tea biscuit Transacts a General
1 Bally at this ofllne or by writing. foreign markets at prices that r Banking ,
,, home-made. They will be fresher .
a i i would take and hold those mar. : Easiness
I Ob ak,.to.,may be made payable. to CBABLE kets. Our annual consumption of ,
gal I J R.wALTOapublleber. sugar is about 1,400,000 tons, or cleaner, more tasty and; wholesome. '' '1 T ;l,' Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riser, :

I,, I, Hr In writing to the ADVOOATB for Inform (Less that than the Florida one.quarter lands the are amount safely Royal Baking Powder helps the house l4 .,,' +. Exchange bought and Boldon. all Foreign
Uon at uiy kind the writer will oblige enolou r Countries.Patronage ,
I 1 air a .tami> <,-addreesed envelope. estimated aa! capable of producing wife home and y r -- I
to produce at quickly I
: I annually. For the sugar we are eco- ) appreulated. Prompt service, polii. .I
i treatment,and every favor consistent with !
BOBTOX OI''Icri-T"IB:: EAUTCOAUT ADVO compelled to Import, w6 pay about .. p ervativa banking granted.CORRESPONDENTS ODD I
1 fine and cake the raised r .
I: CAT ban.. opcr.sU office aU 4 Atlantic avenue $150,000,000 per year. In addition nomically, tasty J k:' :
Boston which will be In charge of Mr. Claude we an exorbitant tax to Phoenix National Bank, N. Y..Empire Tram i
Walton pay hot-biscuit the frosted I (" N.-Y., Atlantic National Bank of
if O layer.
III i sugar trust for refining the raw puddings, J.ek.onvllle. Jacksonville, :Via. :

'It ip, Address all oommnnloatlone to sugars and; distributing the product cake cookies crullers and '.rITUSVILLE, ]
I I EAST' COAST ADVOCATE, to the people of the nation. crisp ? crusts
Trrcrm.tB TLOBIDA, All these enormous sums could be -- -
m saved to the nation, and largelyto muffins, with which the ready-made food J. JHC JDC>':.1 BBIN': S,

U. 8. Department of Agriculture the individual families, by the (Successor to Dobbins Bros.) :

EH t Weather Ilureau-Jupiter, Fla. occupation' and cultivation' of the, found at the bake-shop or grocery does Gt-TJTNT eunxSL: LC Cx SJ.\llXTa: : :. I

waiting sugar lands of Florida.It Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk andJLockgmlth Supplies.
1 The following i* a..comparative. statement seems ratner strange that the : not compare. -REPAIRING OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY-
I of temperature and rainfall for the enterprising officials and citizensof Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired.
I is the of 224 Main bt. Jacksonville Fla.
Royal greatest bake-day helps.ROYAL .
I J week ending/ Tuesday, Nov. 21), 1004. Florida do not at once take np .
-1904191)8DATa. ) -"iN.I this matter in a practical way, andso
,, I I 23 75 COB7 .78 ((16 exploit these lands and opportunities BAKING POWDER CO., NEW VOBK. THE SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.
:24 74 75 03 as to attract to them settlers .
t 35 75 /63 79 '00 and capital that will realize *
211 77 02 75/; 64 their possibilities. If they could Keep Politics Out of the Schools
r 27 73- 60 78 41 Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
and out a ,
28 73 A3 61 80 only organize carry I .
20' 77 62 71 48 successful boom in sugar raising By WHITELAW. REID. Editor. Chancellor of the Board of Regents. *
Total rainfall for the week 0.00 University of the State of N.w York
they might easily, and within a
I week Departure: minus from.63 normal Inches.rainfall Departure for the few years, build up an industrythat ET us see to it that all our educational ,work, and ESPECLALY !!/. Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick......

trim normal rainfall ilnoe January 1, would of itself be almost a THE WORK OF THE COMMON SCHOOLS ia
I plus 10.03 Inches. State monopoly, and create a trade 'p, .Office foot ot llogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. 262,
done the basis of absolute fairness
on to all the people. You
BAL P. UABDIW, Observer. of increasing millions annually, J. K. MUNNKRLYN qeneral Manager.ruancA .
i __ .. the profits of which would be carefully keep a saloon a certain number of yarda away
I reaped and spent by the Florida house or a church. You
GIVE: the ADVOCATE a share of are even more' particular about other
people. Now l" the day of salvation The Oldest Established: Grain and Seed House In the State.
d your job printing. sources of possible contamination. But there is one thing not ,
for the South., Eager eyes
,- -- enumerated in the law which would
and prescient capital are turningto damage the '
h, PAT your dog tax before Marshal' her rich and undeveloped re- acceptable working of your common school system 'uTm-::: Bburs:: : & Co.
Worley arrests you dog.
sources. Florid'a lands are
sugar almost as much as these abhorrent and forbid.
i' almost as precious as the places 1 x GRAIN HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
THKKK is an opening in this town of ,the Klondike, and their golden ,4, t, den influences.' ,

for a good painter and paperhanger. sirups and sugars can be more Far be it from ;me to disparage politicians; no Flour, Grits; ,.. Meal and Fertilizers,

easily coined Into permanent 4' & man can be a good citizen without being a politician. MILLS .
THB warm, weather baa caused wealth than tbe dust and nuggets i T. lama. HA 206 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
}y But whatever he
belongs to it is
party reasonably
? ,
the umbrella and of Cape Nome. Floridians, it is
to put on a new Chlnaberry growth in litua your time. to huetje! certain that, half the time nearly, or more, than Catalogue, Free. Warehouses on tracks.. of 8. A., L. R'y. and A. C.. L. Ry.

Vile.ti half, the people having an equal interest with himself ,

THE. United States Treasurer THE South is full of opportunities in the common schools will be opposed to his party. Jacksonville's' Fancy' Fruit Store

rays there is a $10,000 bill In cir and it Is hopeful to see POLITICS AND POLITICAL AIMS THEN CAN HAVE NO MORE ,

k U culation. .We do not doubt his that Southern men are gradually. BUSINESS IN THE SCHOOLROOM< OR IN THE SCHOOL DIRECTION -WHOLESALE and RETAIL- _
beginning to realize them. Manufacturing THAN THEY HAVE IN .
word, but we can swear It has THE CHURCH. '
? interests exclusively
tp its face inside the were ".
never put W B Ferguson
'Ii ADVOCATE office. of the New England states not I Proprietor,
o long ago, but the South has now The Use and Abuse Wealth '
No Julia
numberless. f. torle.. The only re, 16 Street.
To be able and willing to do. quisltes for'sucoess' at manufacturing .. .
By Pr ld nt GEORGE! HARRIS of Amhtrat Coll '.
t I some useful thing well should be are a clear head, applicationand { SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ASSORTED BOX AND BASKET

i the highest aim in of every youngman industry. If you can make T UE fashionable society of our cities is a society of the wealthy. Shipments to any place in the United State at any time.

says the Gainesville Sun some useful article that the people The rich vie with one another in the expensiveness of food :
J I It beats belnga "society ornament"' want it can always be sold by drinks, clothes and decorations. THEIR MORAL STAND-,
or even the ability to wear good pushing it on a ready market.
: clothes in the belt form Manufacturing offers greater op. ARDS-ARE LOW. Divorce does not read a rich man or woman out MeMurray & Baker

yqI i I portunlty for growth than any of fashionable 'society. They are the degenerates of the cities. But ,

TITDSVILLK'B stores are receiving mercantile pursuit, especially man. not all the wealthy rush into this silly scramble of 'and .
immense stock of Christmas and ufacturing in the South, where the vulgarity 401-413. East Bay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
i 1 New Year's goods. Carloads of fields is comparatively new, and sensuousness. THERE ARE MANY WHO USE ,WEALTHTO '
i -Makers and Jobbers of .
j useful and ornamental goods are Southern young.men who hope to SECURE HIGHER VALUES. How otherwise could there --

1r ,It arriving almost daily. It will pay become'rich influential by the be culture, science, art, music,. philanthropy, colleges, schools and Vehicles Harness and
'I Indian Rlverites to carefully read time they have arrived at middle churches tTHE Carriage Wagon .
tbe ads. of 'our merchants, in the life, should look to manufacturing ..- ,
,.l ADVOCATE. as a career. ---r- Saddlery, Rubber Tires. ,
lest First-Class Repairing an'd Painting Etc. Etc.
1 fh WE of the deathof THIS is the age of newspaperreading. /. r
the Hon.'A. E. Mosely editor of r
There be some bet.
the Nassau Bahamas Guardian. may
( ) ter way in the future for the :Buy: Your .,'
Mr. Moseley was a prominentand
dissemination of news but at the
; 1
highly-respected resident of present time the newspaper Is FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
Nassau, where he was born In 1848,
P He will' be greatly missed by his read practically by every one in the e from a house that has been in business over thirty years,
numerous friends in the-Bahamas, community. Primarily it is taken apd has always had the refutation for LOW PRICES
wlere he Thedeceased's for the news. But let.no advertiser F_ on the finest good imported and Manufactured.
very popular. delude himself the notion that (
Intp .
family have ;
our sympathy he remain out of the for ty '
I, In their sad bereavement. can paper a "y'f Hess &
long periods of time and remain _i. l r ,
prominently before the reading Cti .
TUB loss of life on railroads in public aa an up-to-date merchant. f 9 11 and 13 Main St. DIAMONDS, WATCHES &,JEWELRY.
j: A 8. ATc'n
the W and A. C. L. W INSPECTOR.
i States be
.J was enormous Newspaper advertising to most 339 '
l ff last year-greater than in the effective should be continuous. -

; r Spaniel, war. Statistics tell uf .
/ that since 1894, 78,152 persons !!!! 1;[ -Ii 1.1lalJLH -_ :fLSmJJS ... J
:2 r have been killed on our railroads; THE: Mayors of West Palm Beach I r-I
but we are pleased to note that and Cocoa have been, giving the : :: ::J.i'WOn.: FA.LL.
kt the deaths on the Florida East tenants of houses some good, sound I -
Coast Railway have been few and advice, with regard to' keeping .' ...
t ,I far between since the first day Itt their yards and sidewalks clean, Turnips-and Rutabagas.
'I and trimming their over-hanging Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. .
ran its trains south of Titusville.
tree. Several of Titusvllle's rest- Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Bean

\ dents have been cleaning' up their ,Seed Potatoes-for fall, N",. 4 Rose and Triumph. 't1
AN ADVOCATE reader has been places without a suggestion from Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultr}Food, Etc. II

studying the best ways and meansto the Mayor. That Is how it shouldbe. ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
keep healthy and live to a good Nothing like neatness outside L. O.li! 1Et.ON' SOOd.SD1a.n: I

old age, and the' following is the Inside house. I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.WE .
conclusion be has arrived at: ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING :

Drink water and get typhoid -- I :l -. !!!J1IiD!!! -1 -.-11_- _Jam n .u !: .___IL I
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f fever. Drink milk and get tuberculoais. .

I Drink whiskey and get ,,,THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, TITUSVILLE.
i ; the jlm.Jams. Drink soup and get
Brewing Asso's..r"01ll8& Corner Lemon and Main, gtreet
: encourage apoplexy. Eat oysters Flrst-clas Table Good, Sunny Roome.. Rates Reasonable; special THE STATE. TO HAVE OUR BOOKS 1
and acquire toxaemia.: : Eat vegetables by the week. ,
and weaken the system. .Louts Keg and Boo MRS. J. N. FEASTER 1 "FLORID-A VEGETABLES.-A complete manual on Florida Crdp
Eat dessert and take to paresis. tUd Beer. MRS. JULIA BREITWISCII.p. rietore "FLORIDA OR.L GE8.-A book of special Interest to Orange Growers.

Smoke cigarettes and die early. old by M**.rt....A.IxxUy and "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES."-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties, Cultivationand

Smoke cigars and get catarrh. R.L.MoUow.TltniTllU.Tla. Fertilization."
Drink coffee and obtain nervous j By Mr.H.L.Motlow Cocoa,Flu. 22odgs <& O'Hara- "IRISH POTATOES."-Booklet on "Soil, Seed,Planting and Cultivation,Effect

prostration.: Drink wine and ,get of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping." )
the gout. In order to be entirely JOSEPH ZAPF (.Manofacturen and Dealerin.; .. "PINEAPPLE FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple Growers I

healthy one must eat nothing, "IDEAL l"ERnLIZERS.-Book showing all our different Brands,Analysis,
drink nothing, smoke nothing, and Sole Agent. "S- CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER Price, eta
even before breathing one should New and revised edition of the above just published, sent free for. the asking.
010 to 020 Weat Bay Street Orange Box: Heads, Frnlt and Vegetable Crates, Moulding,Shingle, eta
make that
the air
sure has been Mill and office located at Buffalo Bio ft. Fla. Write n*for price delivered WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,
properly sterilized. JACKSONVILLE, FLA to any part of the State. Address: odges




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Miss Sue Hopkins spent Thanksgiving Masdamoa Lament and Campbell tookIn .

r Day with relatives at Fort Pierce.I. Fort Fierce On 'Vedoe tiay. .1 "
******************** Corner Bay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and Mrs.; 'Chrlstonsen
Mr. and
XNowsv W. Bessey and wife spent the \day familywere
Tuesday down at West Palm Beach. Ml In Fortrl'fierce uu Sunday

Notes Contributed, "bv Our Regular O. W. Corbett killed two large turkeysIn Mr. and Mrs. Olson wore the guests/: of WHOLESALE GROCERS 5

Oorps of East Coast Correspondents. his orange grove Wednesday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Dutton on Saturday eve

.................................................... ing.C. O. Jaonoch and.I wife of Daphne ning.John Jensen returned on Friday from Fruit and Produce Jobbers.,
bin the World's Fair and
r Grove were pleasant visitors here, this trip to through .

Melbourne. Eden.' week. .
I E. L. Squire and friend John )Michael A. J. Legg was bere last week to see Local Agents for Indian River A Lake Worth Pineapple AlIIs>>oclation. 1

are spending a few days upon the north bio orange grove which U beautiful to Send us your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling perishables eanne*
IIir' Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE S. F. Webb Is assisting; J. II. LeTour- fork after the tarpon. behold laden with golden fruit. : be equaled In this maiket.

the pink-paper of the East Coast will be nean with some carpenter work this' Rev Mille ge Walker delivered an Edgar Frlpp in spending the week In !

received, the Melbourne Poet0Mce.RICHARD week. able sermon to a very attentive oongre various Tltusville parts of the feast Coast stoppingat i WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND'FEED.

John Miller has.his large sailboat In gallon,"Sunday evenlntc. Daytona and other poiuts. .

W 6OUDK Real Estate Notary the water again" ready fur the winter's The pretty place of L. D Jones has ._ _
Publio and Of>..veyancer. Agent for JKtua, The baseball boys will get together ; -- ----- '-
Liverpool and Londnnand Olnbe and Hartford fishing. Thursday afternoon. Most of the boys been rented, we are t<)ld, to northern
Fire Inun Companies.. Special attention Und It rather bard parties who Intend 'to plant largely In MANUFACTURING CO.
paid to the Intervals or non-maldenta. Mrs. Thomas E. Richards who' has work. THE SINGER
.._. watermelons.The .
-- ---- been I
convalescing quite a severe R. R. Ricor, of Jensen has purohascyl ,
HOTEL BELLEVO:-Melbourne, Florida A Illness at the home of her daughter, has DeSteuben ADVOCA.TK" Is seen everywhere '
the Thos. fish business.
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healthy' winter resort on high pine land overlooking Are now lelllug Sewing _
returned to "the old homestead. along the coast. If the reader of this
Indian Hiv r. Rates: W and upward Ernest Kloou now has charge of the busi-
per day. Special| rates per week" or eeniinn. We have been Issue Is not a subscriber now, Is the .
write for rates to Madam E. M. Campbell hearing some dollgutfnl ness.Our time to subscribe for the pink paper. SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE.,NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS.Our .
Manager. W. Campbell Proprietor. news concerning C. C. Mast which we storekeepers are retting la Christmas
long/: to make public. We won't "say a goods. Stanley Kltching's show P. Jensen has been called to Miami .
W. T. Wells!! continues to ship pineapples word but there's wedding bells In it. windows would be credit to any town again, to attend to some work for the Direct Representative U at your' service;

from his plantation on the East on tbe East Coast. hotel company In this town. The job Drop us a card and be will call on you.
There was a large congregation at St. /
Side. I Paula church last Sunday to hear the Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. Galifgher relatives will likely keep him until after Christ SEWING MACHINES SOLD OR RENTED. From 10 to 20 percent discount
Capt. R. W. Beau jean continues to new rector Rev Mr. Walker. He of J. C. Hancock, arrived. Thursday, mas.Air. allowed for old machines. All makes of Machines Repaired.

ship pineapples from .his Melbourne preached a fine sermon, and everybody evening from Cairo 111. They expect and Mrs. Janason and son arrived Needles, Belts, Ktc. for All .Kinds of Machines. aDO

Beach plantation.Dr. I was much pleased with him to be here about two months. here last week from St. Paul Mldn.,
and have rented the Deedrlck cottage NOT USE POOR OIL:-For use on sewing machines writIng .
L A. Peek and wife and Miss Helen Henry W. Richards and family
came Herb Clark arrived Tuesday! evening
for the winter They have about decided machines bicycles and all\ ,purposes requiring a tine lubricant, the
Miller of Admiral] Olllis from Stuart last Friday and
were guests up evening, from liartfordConn. Mr.Clark brought to Invest here. best I. cheapest In the end. Oenulne SIN OK It OIL can only be ob
and wife Thanksgiving. remained until Suuday afternoon visit a large sword with him, which Capt. .. '

O. S. MoFarland of Ohio after visiting ing relatives and friends, with headquarters Sturtevant sent as a present to his friend, After 13 months' ab'sence> from this ADDRESS/ stores.\
at J. H. LeTournean's. Stanley Kltchlnff. village\ Mr. Chrtntaffer Jensen has, returned t.
points south, has returned and will :
to enjoy our delightful climate. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING GO
open a barber shop her Mrs. N. Saunders discovered, only last The East Coast Fish Co., are doing a lie spent his time In Wisconsin, but the ,

Mrs Lena Hood has opened a bakeryon week that a tenant house on her place big: business these days. Manager Styp- winter of that state was too cold for COCOA FLOK1DA.
was completely taken off the blocks and
2nd street. She will be assisted by maim went to Fort l'lereVednesdl'r, his IIking. .
moved eighteen inches. It ----------- -- --' -- $
was so nicely
Mrs. Johnson and Miss Maude Hood. to look after at the company s
done that it was not noticed the building branch house it that point. A Costly Mistake Or&nn.s, OrgnJ:1S: : Orga.n.s,
Mrs. C. M. Beaujean and little daughter being near the ground., I

Jessie have been spending a few .The windmill on Pine Lodge plantation As an, Indication of the amount of Ice Blunders are sometimes very expensive. Repaired-mode to sound like new. Price $3. Drop us a card when you have
with her Mr. and Mrs. R. used here we are Informed that three Occasionally Itself Is the
days parents which supplies four families with two two-hundred pound blocksuse price work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK COCOA FLA.
\ Goode. years ago of a mistake but you'll never be wrong
water, was wrecked In the gale causing to last the town a week now the .. ..._ ..
If you take !)r. King's New Life Pills for -- -- -- -- -'-,--- ''--'' -- --' --- -'
Mr. Miller Robinson and two daughters much Inconvenience.; It Is now," in town receives 12 tu.li\tons a week J 7 !
and Mrs. Pshea of Saugantuck Mich., thorough repair I he work being done by dyspepsia, dizziness headache liver ur Fight Will Ho Itltter. Shoe IteimlrlngI .
are In the Powel cottage on MelbourneAve. Miller and Webster assisted by the Rich J, C. Hancock took a party of mem bowel troubles. Tliey are gentle yet .\.
thorough 21cts: at Red Cross Those who will persist In closing their -
.,for.the scas'on. ards Bios. bersof; the St. I.ucle River Bathing Clubto Pharmacy/
the new club house Wednesday alter- ears against the continual recommendation do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng .. ,
John Lee and wife and Master..Lee, of The many Eden friends of Mr. and noun. Uont.nctur'1'lIomlls has finished of Dr. King's New Discovery forConsumption and do '
Chicago/: Itre In the Goode cottage on Mrs. L. B. AbdIIl were very much' the building and turned it over to the South Rockledge. will have long and biller dot forgot It. Opposite Jaa.Pritobard ;

New Haven Ave., where they Intend. to shocked and grieved to hear of the sudden club. fight with their troubles, If not ended A yon ANDKBW Oinsoir,

spend the next three months. death of Mr. Abdtll on Tuesday afternoon earlier by fatal termination Road whatT. Tltusvllle, Fla
at :2 o'clock. The funeral will Everybody who went to Jensen, spoke The ADVOOATB still flourishes along R. B..II.) of Iloall Mass., has. to say I

The following pleasant party from be held at his late residence In Eldred very highly of the way they were treatedon Indian Rivet. "Last fall my wife had every symptom of

New Castle, Pa., are spending/: the winter Sunday morning Thanksgiving Day and many were Miss Myra Williams visited Miss Dora consumption. She took Dr. King's Nsw l\loMter'8 Sale. ;y
In the Snedeker house: Mr. Woods the pleasant remarks heard about the Breesa last week. Discovery after everything else had failed -
and sisters and Miss May ahan. Mesdames MoMullen and Webb and ball game. It certainly was a good but
] Improvemedt came at once and four
J. M. Ferguson, of Illinois, Is the Misses Robinson and Gary were the clean game and Stnartltes who were Rev. Mr. Bartlett visited Mr. and Mrs. ties entirely cured her. Guaranteed by UNDER...., In fnraulimur' ntnreil" In the ('1..' 1
guest of Capt. and Mrs. West. fie wentto guests of Miss Gertrude English\ last there came home well pleased. Both ; C. Magruder on Saturday.Mrs. the Red Cross Pharmacy. Price 0 mill.. U<.urt, for tile Hnventh Jurtlol' ,) Circuit >
Saturday afternoon and were InitiatedIn I of rion.U, l.i and for llravknl In .
nines did good work and Pitcher Itaoey
Miami but returned to Melbourne the mysteries of bridge whist. 'They himsoli Jos. O. Gerry and sister of and f I. Trial bottles free.Ilaaala. nau.e therein' ilepenUing, wbureln Mary' K. B.!
preferring this place to any on the East had a delightful time and "bridge"threatens certainly proud.A I II I Rockaway Deceit, have arrived. .leKrCuwasexsuutrlxof the rfAaronA.1'ragrauw estate of.. and as.nl.leg.teeunderShewill .

Coast. to superooda eyerv other card Miss Cornelia Magruder attended the % w......' School. deceased Is omupUlnittit and Kate M. IMwion.I V
kidney or bladder trouble can always been al., arc il..iulanii. I, M S(>alai Master IK
About forty guests'enjoyed a fine din- game. ____________ be cured by using Foley's Kidney. dance at Mllrlltt on Thanksgiving night.Edmund A school for Journalists has Chanesrywill .Ilat publlo\ ....1In front of tb.
on Thanksgiving Day at the New Carleton jRevolution- : arrived opened In Moscow of all places-la the Court: Houm dar atTltusvllls, rlorldabetweemthe \ ,
and all speak In the highest terms Imminent.A Cure In time. Hold by Red Cross Phnsmaoy day on Saturday. He city where the Is most under. tbe legal' bourn of ."Ie. to the lilth| nt and bent.Mililttr .
was highly pleased with his press .
Tltusvllle. for the and .
orange crop c..hl on day of January A.D
of the service and arrangement of the sure.sign of approaching revolt and control of the police. says the New IKUO, tits lam being the lint Mommy In Mli
house. serious trouble In your system Is nervousness Miss Bessie Smith arrived last week Yprk World. The originator la Professor month. sect a legal ate! day, the fullowlnir dnaorilmil .
Pierce.A. and is looking'after per mother's real estate,ultuatwl In the county of Hre-
Judge J. B. Adams of Saugautuck sleeplessness or stomach upxet. Fort here. pro I.. VlHdlinlroff, who, assisted by verdSlate uf VlurUla, or sa rauciU thmtof a*
Mich., Is having fine sport here fishing. Electric Bitters will quickly dismemberthe perty several wealthy friends has rented. extensive will Mtlufy salt dnorm and cost) t -wtii

There Is no better point on the East troublesome causes. It never falls Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White Mrs.\ Bellows and begun a course of All Lots d anil ft,of Mention M la Township e1.
to tone the stomach regulate the kidneys K. MoMullen and family have arrived and Mrs M. E. of Palm premises South fUngn 3U sea .xovpt' ten acre oft tbv
Coast to fish with rod and reel than Spencer
and have taken charge of the Fort lectures lu "theoretical Rod practical south std! of salt low, heretofore onn..y...l by
and bowels stimulate the Mver and clarify with Mr. and Mrs
Melbourne. Beach spent Tuesday the parties' of the tint part to Hvabnrn Jones by
the blood. Run down systems benefit Pierce hotel.. M. C. Salmon. journalism. He 1ms obtained dead. rmmnlB.I' In lined. Honk :
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Sheffield of Oregon from collogues! In the University the ,.......... of Hratanl county 1.I'oOJ..1..C'
and all the usual attending
particularly, Mrs. O, S. Hines returned Monday Ye scribe and wife Init"S..,......
old time settlers of Melbourne spent a pleasant ,
are very to
aches vanish under Its searching and of Moscow, and among the subjects ilnol-ota .
from Ruzton where she has been vUlt- of flontlnn M. TnwnnMn S3, South
at )Ir. and Mrs. J. JWhite's .
now guests of the New Carleton hotel. thorough.effectlvenesa. Electric BittersIs log friends. Thanksgiving bo treated are "The Kthlcs of Journalism Itangs W Cwt, containing" .......,

Their old friends are glad to see them only 60ots, and that Is returned If It and materially assisted In devouring .,." "History of Russian Literature," Also, commencing on the Range line/ 81.' -
once more. don't give perfect satisfaction. Guaranteed Harry Jennings and party.came up In a delicious turkey and Journalism chain north ol amithwml oornitr of Mention fa.
"History flt Newspapers TownnhlplM. Hnnib Kanir 40 :. land'linn
Zest at tl
Mr. and Mrs..B. F. Laurence and son, by Red Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. their launch Monday and spent the day J. I. Swlnson has purchashed the ." "Hhtory\ of Art." "Shorthand:' of It. II. I.aKo"h.1 thim go w it 1II.M: ohalo.I .
of Marion 0., are now snugly settled In shopping at the various stores. Peck place just south of Mr. Averlll's of Litera N or .tons to the indl.n River, thamm ram I'
of the Allen Mr. Laurenceand K. A L. W. Fish Co. shipped and will erect a house at once. We are "General history European North smug thus bank of aid IU..I'! Ml yards t..
one cottages.; Jensen. The I. a ture" and "International Law" ," Students the land line of lanil formerly owned liy W. K.
family intend to make Melbourne carload of mullet Wenesday The fish pleased to have him locate here. Hnnilvrsi thuiioa Cwt: to Atlantic ("-n, 47
their future home and we extend a welcome have not been so plentiful for manY7ears.Mr. ,. who lives Woot will| be Intrusted with practical chains more nr la** thence Southerly alone the
Mrs. J. F. o.ht
Perry on Mean Jieaoh '
Melbourne work and will try to publish their own to K. iLallooha's. line being
to these charming people. Smith of New" ]Haven Coon, arrived en'. place was taken violently 111 on oiipoilM to the nolnl of conunanomuant, thence
Dr. Hendrlckson of Fort Pierce The students will attend law
needs more such and we have prug winter Friday and a hurried call was sent to Journal. WM| along old Una M.IM chain' to point of r>a.Rlnnlnirb .
Co. was In town Friday night to spend the to ...liiriiarlof Uil S, Mention
room for lots of them.Foley's Monday. courts and will be sent as reporters I'l, Town.
with his daughter Mrs. F. M. Tyler, Dr. Hugblett who soon relieved her. .hln I'J.: Son. Hi Rene ul Lot 8 and
J. O. Fries, county surveyor was In How convenient a telephone would,be at social and other functions. .,$4eutlonrTuwn.hlpElSouth{ Ran If. 40 sass.
town the first of the week. Mrs. Geo. Davis of Connecticut, ar such times. containing; !M acre more or I....., with all
and Tar positively cures riparian right,
rived Monday night t.oJoln her husband
and .
all throat and lung diseases. Refuse sub. The oil schooner paused through here who la engaged In the oyster Industryhere. Miss Louise M. Louise arrived from Cleaning Pressing.All JOHN BURY:

stitutes. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy. bound .for Jacksonville Capt.. N. D. Boston at her beautiful home, ORkclilf.OD t>. L.Oauldeo, Bnaolal Muter In Ctwnoaiy.

_._ Hendrickson In command.C. Sunday. She was accompanied by work done up-to-date. Call and Attorney for Complainant, 19-A
The baseball game, Thanksgiving Day her friend Mrs. S. II. Kldd Worcester Parlo
Andrew the
S. Is shell the see me. Gibson at
Schuyler putting on between the White City Juniors and the
Melbourne Beach. Mass who will spend the winter with
bank toward the I Washington HherU I'" Halo.UNIHCIl .
road from the depot Rosebuds, was a walk over for the latter her. Barber Shop: on avenue.Draylngorhaullngoi .

a much appreciated improvement.H. IS to 7. I -

E. Olds bad the honor of shipping ;' Report From Iteforni School Dru'lnsr. AND nr,VJHTUB Or.AN EXECtT-
after short
The ADVOCATE would like to have a L. B. Abdlll passed away a Untied$ out of the Olninlt Court for
few more subscribers from Melbourne the flrst*beans frost Jensen this year. sickness Tuesday: afternoon. Our deepest J* (}. Olnek, Superintendent, Pruuly Hrevanl sour t,. In a canes therein
Beach. The bean Industry seems to be very sympathies are with the widow left town W Va., writes: "After trying all sill I lade promptly ing, wherein R. H. Holmes,as fuuhlar, I*lend.
tI.n.1/ J. P. Hats ,,
thus far. other advertised cough medicines we was tbs 'enll..lI'.
prosperous to mourn his loss. 1 attended to. Meets all trains. !Stove! levied upon and will\ mill that
Claude and daughterhave Mpubllo outnry to
Mrs. Beaujean hags decided to use Fule 's Honey and wood for sale at all times hlghet and ,bait bidder ..
The entertainment given by the La Interested : foruaeh, In trout of thaiCourt
been visiting frleuds In Melbourne We congratulate: the Tan exclusively In the West Virginia K. II. MOLTEN. Tltusvllle. MIHIM' door,at ". Vlorlda, during-
but have returned to the Beach. dies' Aid /Society on Thanksgiving, was In the Thanksgiving Bazaar for the Reform School. I find It the moat eftectlve : the hour of II a m. and ll1l.I ., on the flril
one of the greatest successes ever knownIn grand success they brought It to, nettingover harmless. Sold Red Monday, I In January A. D. sathe' following/
Mr. Red atone. wife and son, of E uOallie And' absolutely by denrrlliad. raal etata. ultiialad In the at
the history of Jensen. The receipts County
hundred dollara.Don't at
two Cross. Titusville.GeorgIana.. JOB PRINTING of all kind. done $r.vardsitu $tat."rnlnr/do
sailed down to the Beach on Sun amounted to over $1 day morning and called at Oleander wits a very Interesting feature the day -- share of work. described. lliM..ok "'.," ol 1...... *. at ptge 1 1111I.
cottage.Mr. and should have been a tie between the be Imposed upon by taking substitutes us a your llrevaril County Keaord, the North line being
offered for Foley's Honey and --- 9.7ttohala anti I 1111 ?..t Koiilnof the line lietwaent
Doke.'.lth a party of lady friends two contestants but owing: to an error fxita thraaml tour ot Hentlon' 8s, Township !M.Houtli .
rowed over to the Beach on Thanksgiving the game stood 4 to 3 In favor of West Tar. Sold by Red Cross Pharmacy.Indianola. The Misses Bond were calling on Mrs WilY U-iK: OLD STYLE: BLOCKS: ? Range 86 Kant, and bong a trip. ann' ,....
In width,extending' from
Day, and spent the day on the Palm Beach. However the game was Hughes Monday afternoon. when you can buy the best SelfLockIng the Wassline of 14.t roar' the and 1 lndisnSilver bounded I Mortln be

beach. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell also very Interesting.The Tackle Blocks at nearly tbe same by land now or fonneriy uf JTUher, and Mouth
In their sail-boat. ball was a splendid pastime for J. W. Bruoer and daughter Miss Winnie Now In use In the United by laiui now or formerly of J O. owell.
came over price. ........,
and number and '.1. All thai part of the Houthwoil qusrrtee f
tba dancers quite a partial went to Cocoa return Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wells Mr. and Mrs. A, A. Buck of Orrnond, States Army and Navy Departments of the Sont.we.l itwrt..r uf Sestina ilH.
On Friday J. D., pated In the same. are ,visiting their parents Mr. and ,Mrs. Mrs Bower visiting bet daughter Examine: them atPrltehard ic Sons, or Township 24 Kouth, flanges Kat, lying South
and Mrs. Rev.
Rev. Mr. Walker of the land of ,
Paine nod wife and Mrs. Robertson came 8. J. Field. law, Mrs. Etta Bower In Cocoa this the ADVOOATB of icS, Tltusvllle. Third. IJouiinanca f.iipn Clayton si the NnrthWMt corner of

over In Mr. Wells' !launch' and called up-- A Tlioumuid Dollar's Worth of We understand that Mr. Koeger has wrek. --, abovelewrll.l the' inns and one-half ami run sore parcel of land flmt- .
west along the "oiilh
on Admiral and Mrs. Olllis and their Good. sold his grove and bouse on the north Mrs. A. L. Brnner was, calling on'rlend.lo Una of Andrew J. Matthew to she Klghi of-Way
daughter Mrs. Stlcknev. side of the road. the south end of tWa. Friday of the r. K.: C. Rf. Co.lhmiie Southeasterly.
A. H. Thnrnes.'a well known coal ope- of last week. along alt. Hlghtof-way to the North line of J.
Admiral and Mrs. Olllis had as guests Mr. Parker of Jacksonville, has been O. Powell' land, now owned liyMr*. Sarah H.
Mr. and rator of Buffalo O., writes: "I have' been down here I+'. Munson went to Cocoa Satur Smith I thence Cast to the rWiuihweil nornar of
to their Thanksgiving dinner enjoying a week's outing ,
afflicted with kidney and bladder troublefor the tine neMirlbndp.rcel; lhanuv North lu ....
Mrs .Whiting and their guest Mrs. with among the quail and duck. day and purchased a !good mule, which piece. of beginning./
McCoy, of Mount Pleasant Iowa; Dr. years passing gravel or stones be brought home on the steamer, Canav ronrth. A II thai p.rtJt the Northwest qil..r. ,
Miss Helen Miller excruciating pain. I got no relief from The song service at the church was eral. ter of the HoothwiMC quarter of Sentlon Wl
and Mrs. L. A. Peek medicine until I began taking Foley's started again last Sunday evening and Tirwmiblp 114 Hiiiita, Itanue 1M reel, which lien.
and R. W, Beau jean. then the result was surprising. winter. Mrs Hall and ,daughter Miss Eva, Smith: nftbn land of U t,. MudlunhM I and Nortla .i
Kidney Cure will be continued during the called on Mrs. Hughes/ Saturday forenoon a of the 1'...... or Smith land and Went of t.....
On Wednesday morning; Admiral Gill- A few doses started the brick Klght-of-way of the r. B O.K).Co.
Wlttfeld in
of Tltusville and Mrs.
Is took a party In his launch the Dawn dust like fine stones and now I have no Miss Margaret Oruber have. on Dr, mod tae JOrJ. P. BROWN.Sheriff.
and Helen CsnatU of Georgians, the afternoon.
to and I feel like anew '
down to the Valentine plantation geta pain across my kidneys 1 week.Mr. rVVYVV.n..aY..rm.nn---
the "
supply of turkeys for Thanksgiving man. It has done me a $1,000) worthof been visiting friends here, past Miss Mary Allen ,returned from her ill '

which they succeeded In doing, although good. Sold by Red. Cross Pharmacy. Sanderson's floe new launch arrived visit to her home at Ooodall several days 1 1. ,

the old caretaker felt as though he was '- from Fort Pierce last Sunday,and ago and is again with ber grandmother, .
sacrificing his children when he let them Monday they made a trial trip In It to Mrs. Mary Munson. I UNIVERSITY: r
Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE
JtO. TUnsville. Capt. Carter and wife and their charming I

I Miss. Jennie L. Spalding of DeLand daughter Miss Basle, of Deadwood -.
stopped off here Tuesday afternoon on S. f)., arrived Wednesday of last week The Yiavi

her way up from Miami, where she has and are comfortably fixed In the Taylor .OPFLORIDA

E & IFE] been attending/ the Indian River Baptist cottage for the winter. |
I Association. Miss Spalding Is State -
Doctor down Saturday
_ I Secretary Union of the and Woman'met the Baptist ladles of Missionary the night and Sunday was professionally visit Home Treatment. :, : :: .;... ... .:.:'

i ln-s pleasant. meetIng lag bis patients, ..ra. Mar Hanson and
and village
Mr. and Mrs. Hughes. All of :
H. K.
Tuesday evening at Oak cottage. Vlavl for all diseases of women, displacements
them are doing
NIC splendidly.
IIN alulalA She Is a pleasant and entertaining talker -FOR ..
sad presented the work In so fleas- Inflammation tumors,
A > Ovmnaaloni.
lug a wsy. that we hope much good may A Frightened Horse ovarian diseases etc. Correspondencesolicited BODY s splendidly equlpys*..R n l

If you are contemplating taking oat Fire or Life Insurance give us be tbe result Running like mad down the hundred street, 1 concerning the VUvl treatment. M I IN D m A large scbolarl Faculty* .peoiall.te.J1. of moef

a call ,and we will guarantee you .. Good Insurance and Reasonable A Timely Topic.At other dumping accidents the occupants, are every:, or day a occur Call for bMktet 1.t1Mre MORALS Oar niorala Kottot the baels.....off y

Bate a. can be secured'In any Reliable Old-Line Company this season of coughs and colds It rences. It behoove everybody to have a 504' rayht.rs. I.... (ood cltisansalp.Addressi .

Is well to know that Foley's Honey and reliable salve handy, and there's none as '

scLroX; a11 5- dJ: "VV .a..LaSpN"> .A.t5"t Tar U the greatest throat and lung rem good as UuckUo's Amies Salve. Burn., Florida hail! Co ; fj
INSURANCE. edy. It cores! quickly and prevents serious cuts sores, ocwirua and piles, disappear THE *..
LIFE, FIRE and MARINE result from a cold. Bold by Bed quickly under Its soothing effect. 25ct, Lakei City. Fla.aAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALAAAA.

Our Com. "anle..0 Ropre.ont ha". an the only the Florida Ted 0'Fir.Tlme-OVER Insuran .e Comb YEARS.W. Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. at Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltosvllle. 20 Main St. Jacksonville ,Ia. .





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By Rev.. Jas. II. White; obserjer, for I

Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. LOCAL TIME CARD No. 58. In Effect June 4,1904 '
3rew8omc Sights In the Millet. "
Fields of Liaoyang Plains. IOV1'IIMIN..UD DOWN. .000TH.OUIfDlIP.. I
i Highest temperature on the let. 03.0
Lowest ,I" 23rd 68.0 r0lyli Me
1.M Cr I $ITTMM 1Lh
Mean for the month 70.0 u1 /L N II I 4. I

:31EANINQ: 01 BATTLE TO EEOEUITSIilndnrnnc : Average mean for 2.1: years . 75.0 T $ JaoaeouvUIe"!............... .....17 TS3T
Highest '. "in 1882. 70.0 I1AI eF / 45.4...,... .. ....:......So JNksoavUl.< ............... ..Lv S 4S p
.. .. .. ..... ............ ......
8 10880.e, .......... ..... .S/.AuguaWn. .
Lowest "In T48a/
1 1880. 73.8 57a. .. ..... ........ ........ un.sn ...................... .... .
1ICr.k'n. : of a Wounded Rainfall In inches .:. .. O.3.:; .1e .... ,........d........ ..li. Pal.IIw..a....................... Isl. /

.r.>>...... Soldier-n&".K... of 1'.- Average for 27 yean . . 6.07] If .... .. .. .. ... ...... /
Greatest .. In 18 9. . :21.HH LAr,........... ... ... P.tetka. ,1. .... Lv Ilea )
.I.Ja Doit. Wounded Coinhucanli u u 1o: Mk Ly Palatka. ........... ....... V 0a IS!
Least In 1001 . 0.82:
1 'Who Were No Longer uemle*. Prevailing direction of wind. . NE .10 I v. .... Baa Mate* '..... .........
ou. .. ............. .... ..... rN. SB
JDlmpomml of the Dead. Number of clear davs ;. . . 15 .... i ... Baa Malea. Ar ;

"fair 4 I II pLy............................ Neora ............................Lv f N.
All the kaoliang that tall millet with "cloudy" 12: pp..1._...............Bunneil ............................. eqe
14 .' : I' ..._ .................,.....Dnpont. .........................,....
burden of at the with rain. . 19
ItB grain top like tas- day I 1 ...............,........., Omao 4 .............................. ?
soled corn Is being cut low on recent U days with thunder 7 111 fffap....._..... ............u .Daytona. ................... ........ { 0aNp.
wrtttu Island Home Merrltt Island, Fla" .......u...,...............tortOrsage.: .....ua.......".......... { t0.
the .
battlefields, special corre- m p ............................1'1"' ..... amrna..u.! ................ 111.
rilj pondcnt of the New York Post from ..atJ 7'a 1 I n p ...... ....................,oak HIU......... ....,....1............ 1 M aI
I If I I' ......::......................a'
Uaoyangi In Manchuria,' Under the A Guaranteed Cure For Piles. I If II .......... .......................OoooaRoekledxe.........a..................... ] Ile
f ( dAte of Oct. 4. On .coming battlefields U p ..................w.. ........ ................ ............ ] ]r.
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding I M .. ... ... ......-, loan Oallle...... .... ..........
It stands in rows, in strips, In sparse Piles. Druggists refund money if PAZO 4 1.8p ,........:::':..:::........: M.hoursi.......'_:::..:.......... 1 M. U It II.
( clumps or harvested; In towering stacks4n OINTMENT full to I p .... ..... .. ..Sebaatlaa.............................. .1 t. a U .
cure any case, no t N ..:.........:.....*....*.It. LD.oM....,......................... / OA av MS.
any design or condition that 'willOrre matter how long standing, in 0 to 14 .::... ..............F...rieree.._................ .. ... p 10 II.
t to cover Japanese earthworks or days. First application gives ease and I M 'IIp.. ......:.................... _. .......... 68 pr..
600. If Tri-Weekly ..............................Tlbb&I..I..:........:.:.:........... iI 44;
sentries or assist In stealthy Infantryreconnoitering rest. you Druggist/ hasn't It.. Sailings. n ..............................J.n..n ...................... ......... p7 ..
or disclose! the approach send ftOc In stamp and it will be forwarded M I'll ............................,.. .8ftua.rt. ............................ 1 0 p IMI
i' of the The post-paid by Paris Medicine Co., p ...........................Bob.* loom............................ r.1as
enemy. Chinese farmers St. Louis Mo. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. I" 7 2.3 p........ ... _....>.....W..Jn ............._.......... l .
ti I1a ten to cut It as the armies dictate, : 86! 4 p ....................... W. Pal. r.aok ...., ...................... po 4M.
to .. .......................Boyntoa...............................! I 11' t eMi 1
Clad save some of their crop. BKKVAItn: COUNTY TBRASUItKll'S Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) fR n II N .:,. > ...'...\........................- tip 7rs
Children no bigger' tnnn a blade of I.. p .........'J..I. .r ............................... 01 p .
STATEMENT I III Zip _..............:........... Hallandale.. ................. ....... eo I.*.
the stalk, wearing nothing but a pig. The Finest. Steamships in the Coastwise Service 141 4 II .... ...:............._...Lemoo C..,..:.:........................ p 1 I0t
tafl down their backs and a narrow Nov tft, 1904. I 00 II .......................... ..J4iemt.,..........;..::.............IxT. 00 p .to.a.A.1rrOBD *
blue depending from the neck In lIalance cub ou hand Oct. 1.t,1004.10,943 46 The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
apron Amount rt oulv a la Oct 19U4... .... 8,24167:
front, give help with the sickle and so Direct bervlce Between
Total ...... ..... ........ '". ..(13,189 ! do the elderly: women who hare hitherto Lees warrant paid In Oct. 1004 Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. .
been so fearful of showing themselves ami delivered to County Xiuiinuiiloa. + .. Ddl ITAre.'. Dail WiTlis
... ... .. : D.lly Dally
en sod School Board .. ... 1,87348 both
that It appeared there were no (Calling at Charleston, S. C., ways)
t.Y. 'I'I'.n.tl1e..A 18 soptop 10 10* I*..H. Bwiyma..Ar M
women In Manchuria. Strong as Balance ou band Nor lt, 1004) ... .111"12 MAHUVB SEMI-wEEItLY SAILINGS Z J .:::::::: Oe_ ...........Ar : a* Np USlaLTU take Helen ..ArIty.Ar i p
any jt' 101
-. Southbound' .......,.. ........... .. .......... ....... .... .......... .from Lewis Wharf IKmton M LI'...;....i,. }11:1 & I 00
ri peasants are these women, delicately BAtAMOB IS HELD AS FOLLOWS I Northbound............ ..... .. ,'.. .... .' .... .. .. ..from toot of Catherine Street.Jacksonville ? M ....... ... Swlosird..Lv 10 eo. 400p 11 q.Ar.OrOiq 'a.: rj lll
t M they move on the tiny feet which -
DmionlteJ in llraviurd( County State
the men have made them bind for cen- .!llank.au par C'aaUier'i oortfltoate. attached St. Johns River Line. 8. I I Ne.21 u*. i Mo.17 N.. t qM No.t4 Sataal
to monthly report and earl Clyde $ sods DaUrB Dally
tarles so they would never run away. inhere ... . ..... ..........,. ... ./11,1266 1y. |e ont I> Uy DallyMA.YPORT XOCBl Bally D.Oy Dally laoaed7
One of them In the pluln-before Llao- (Delay Line.) .e1 ly 8imdT m
ytn came upon a prostrate Japanese *! BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE:: AND SANFORD. 113,1 48 p p I b SO a L.J oknavY TOO 140* ,18 p 180 p/ 10.
j' (11 II ldler. lIe looked dead but be was County Revenue-Palatka. Astor St. FiMuels, lieresford (DeLaud), act, intermediate. land. / 6P Wr> 4 61 P1 I 81 p t'" a ao.Jaeaenarllle eaaMa t MaB 1 111 .11.
.. Hand and Bruise JTund........ ... 61 DUU r Inga on the at.John'.Kiver.Coniiiienoluff 10 tap Sip 0 I p 4) p 10 00 a Pablo Hoaoh.. oo a 183Q p 0 40 pPEB1NSULAR = .p
merely In a last fulnt. It wasKlwelve .. Hulliltnic/ Fund.... ... 81 19 M > I 7 41 p 1014a.AtlandoB.neb 7N. }pllp 080p I. .
days subsequent to the end' of the bat. >. Fine and Forfeiture Fund.... ... 7,14)1 :*t Tmi.day November 13.100' lO W 14 7 4jp 00 p f CQpj HiUa Ar. Mayport LT ooa T 4Oa rt 180 p .p
Kiwiling. Prisoner KUDU ..... bet: dlSj.ec.RaWFinadhewLa.No l STEAMERS"CITY OF JACICSONVlL.LK"tui tl*. The search parties bad not found ......
1 s.6
? | An appointed to tail .urn follow* L ave Jacksonville, dully except Saturdayaat3130p.m.. : AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MIAMI.
.. .. .
Urn. New recruits passing on their 2. 1.87T05SKI 1J:3II. ....
Returning, Sanford wally except Buuuays at : a. ,
1. to' 0 ,, a o ....,.. :24
way to supply the vacant places at the II u '* u 4.... .... 274 79 a..uth-Hount North-Bound OLOM'CONNECTION .
front were called. They ,got their first a u a, s s........ 9 :vw I a Read down [toad' up _
nameWar I glimpse of what' a bottle mean to !AI"v. 8 311 p. III. ... ... .. .... .....Jackson ilie. .... .. .. \rrlv. 2 UO a. m.
may of Uei-uaned:: Perrons Fund .. I s0CountSohnnlGeneral Leave 84 p. m. ...................... .....Palatka.. ....... ................. Leave 8 CO p. m. .
aa Individual. Fund........,:. M 87 I.eave' 8 UO a. m. ...... .......... ....:... ", .tor .... ........ ............ jAlave. 311( l' m. .
Spa-del Tax School Dint.Mo.' 1........ .... salts .. .... ... ....... ........... ..
The unconscious soldier had been .. II Leave 4 ao a. m..i .8t. 8'rauul. .. Leave lOOp. m Them Time TitMee chow the Mm 'a4 which train BMT: expected to ant_and dmrl
a a ..
a .. .. 60 OH .. ........ ... ...I'ere.lord ... ... ........... .
.. Leave ,. (u"nl1)" ) .. .Leav. 100 p. m.Arrive bona the several wtatlona. but their arrival or departure' the u.... rated U net traaraatwH).
< o .
truck In the thigh by one bullet and II ,8........ .. u7 06 830 .. m. ........................ San/or.. .... .......... ..... '.Leav. 880 a. tu. lIor"t 8 Comjmay bold itself responsible for any delay or any eoaeequenee arising tktroJT .
f one tibia Had been shattered by an a a a' 4/,... .... a 4ft Arrive 10:00: ,. m... ...... .. ..............1Entsrpri.e./ ............... ..........::. Leave 1000 a. m. 11'._ .

(' I other. The recruits) saw the attempts Total... .... .....n..L.: ..... 111,81166 Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. .
be made to bandage and; dress his JOBS HBHBY. County Treasurer. ) .r Copy of the LOCAL TIMS O.AJU.r Other Iafojraoa41 Mt '
r. IRONMONGER. Jtt. Ajst. Gen. .Pan* Aft. 2O4 Went Hay St..Jacksonville..
!' wounds with the "first aid" material WG.COOI'asJr.Local kr1.ARt.Jaok.onville! O. LOVt-LL: Superintaudent Jacksonville. SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
:watch every soldier carries; they saw foot Slogan( St. Jacksonville Fla.
ih0. wrappings brown with dried blood. a.0. HAOERTT. Gen'l East'n Pass A.lt. New Dora CLYD1C MILXK Gen. Frt. Aft.,New York. 1 J. D. BA.ZLNJBR. Amt. Q.... Pacs. Aywat., ST. A.UUU8TUIJB :rLA.
Cures a cold In 24 hours. If'you have T1IKU.. KOKR! General Manager. WM. I* CLYDE, CO., General Agent '
Bent and broken millet within reach ICbeaebrouglt Building 19 Slate St., Opposite Battery Park, Mew' York.
that languid, all-tired-out feeling and .
bowed how be bad fed himself during hardy know what Is the matter, ,you O. II. WALTON. Agent, Tltusville, Fla. .

the twelve days of his painful lao- need a tonlo to carry the fever breeding

lation. lIe had eaten the tassels of impurities from the system. Try Ooaao

', grain at the top by pulling them downto Tablets, a few of them will\ make yon

}9 bis mouth. Exhausting/ one spot, Feel like a new pet son. Try them for Atlantic! Coast Line .

G ,be bad only to drag himself a toot or neuralgia the effect Is wonderful. PrIce R'y. ,
two to be'among plenty again. It was 2 ell. For sale by Red Cross Pharmacy. ,

:the want of water, of course which
tortured him most and which finally The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
Fad In Letter Writing. .
took his ceases away. After arriving The latest fad among women who on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November.

4 at the hospital he spoke of holding his vary their form of letter writing every Southern Railway

month open to catch rain of setting/ his little while In to use Roman nil-' TOjTIIE EAST.
; Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and thencevia i ,
. cup for it, of making a hollow with apiece mernls for dntes. says the New York Washington ,' .
of khaki and of dew from the Pennsylvania Katlroad. ,. .
lapping Press. It in n puzzling proceeding/ too I

I blades of the kaoliang' In the morning. for to see n note of Nov. 11. for example .

E Yea, his shattered shin had ached butt dated XI., XI., MCMIV.: I in rhe Louisville, &*:: Nashville TO, via TILE Montgomery.WEST. The Mobile fe Ohio R. R.. ;\ ; '. WORLDS FAIR ROUTE
lack of water to wet his tongue, that quite as confusing as Is1 the illegible! -
made him think be must die. :',,,,}: J ,
,, scrawls! of the fashionable wo- '
average ". ;.
There are worse sight in the kaoliang.; ninn's hnndxvrltlna. '
.u It gives ono a shudder to see a flock ofrooks ______n___ ._ Via Savannah and} Ocean Steamship Company for New York Fhlladeldhla, Bos ." > :' .
ton. Via Norfolk Steamer New : .. '
to York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah : '
settling and circling and the tall ', -' .
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and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon for -
Company Baltimore
. down way lu which pariah doifs-cousl '- '. I

b the s of pate the as Siberian you are wolf riding-emerge along need upon Philadelphia. <| !;I'C( ,:x:;i Best Line to St. Louis Mo.

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no interpretation. In the busy days of I I, ",.
Via Peninsular .t QccIJuntal "
Steamship Company.
bnclAl many; Hussions were not placed ; Dining Car Service. .
I deep. Once In awhile see a Superb .
very ;you .
Connection-Made} ,
f, uniform containing a few bones beside Jacksonville for all, Points r -

4 fv: a violated grave. The other day, .

< I as the attaches were being/ shown the v MILEAGE TICKETS. ,
1, fioAitlons% the first army fought for the Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among the principal -

whole party surprised a dog tugging/ railroads the southern states are on sale by the principal agents. Stop-overaltotng and retarding at Atlanta, Knoxvllle,Louisville and principal

j bard at something. It ran, leaping For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write North Carolina Mountain Resorts.

: and there lay a poor Cossack wholly FRANK O. BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass W. D.
I Agt. STARK Trav. Pass. Agt.
highest Grass
See bridge In the world Famous Blue
Bridge (
High railroad ),
t'. uncovered with one trouser torn away, 1J8 West Bay &t., Asto/ Building JACKSONVILLE FLA. :
tEw "
revealing-well, soldiering is not merely n. 21. EMERSON: Trafllo Manager W. J.. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. Region[ Lexington and Louisville. ', ,

a purude through waving flags and WILMINGTON, N. C.SE Free reclining chair oars and high-class day coaches, Through Pullman. sleeping
W frleuda, singing dear ''
I songs p Iii'ilr4Ma" cars, Jacksonville to St. Louis. 4 ;" .'.

beside of country glowing under campfires beautiful, nor starlight even all JI3<>2F: W .*, Folders, rates, etc., cheerfully upon apppltcatlon.I .

\ shooting and getting decently shot. ?

t Another episode which, however, I AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .

I cannot describe at first hand was this .

wUlch comes through General Fuji of 1a ,
,,' ,.
the Kurokl army: Several -woundedmen II

lay on a ,hillside after a night ( '
' ?. O. XVUSIBZ.: Dlst. Pass. Agt.,
4' charge. Six were Japanese and seven SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN PINES, RlCDMOND.WASIIING'rON ,,1' \ / .

were Russian. They saw one an- ; 108 West St. _, Jacksonville Fla.
Bay ,
oCner and,crept together and stretched BALTIMORE YORK ,

themselves side by side to keep warm.

Ooe Russian whose hurt wan. in the above picture of the .
r.\ Two Elegant Trains Daily. '. .
offered to down the bill ,
att steal to lUrE and fish is the trade
wetter and fill all the canteens. He Seaboard .
of Scott's Emulsion, Express, Seaboard Mail. : .
bad gone only a little distance he was shot by comrades who could and is the".synonym for '. :4,MODERN PULLMAN EQUn>AIENT. .

net distinguish his uniform. Another strength and purity. It i is Bold ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.,., .
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Russian volunteered. Ho in almost all civilized
P got safely the Countries ,. ." .
out of sight but he never returned. of the globe. ,

I, The Japanese could got him. The rest of If the cod fish became extinct _For full information and sleeper reservations call 'on any Agent Mallory Lines .
tie men not walk, so all \\pyqwtetJy
I in one group. enemlca no Ion. it would IHJ a world-wide calamity Seaboard, or writeA.

g*i'. In the morning they were found because the oil that comes p. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Ago; S. C. BOYJLSTON, Pass. Agt. 1

\ by a patrol and cared for in the same from its liver surpasses nil other JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

1 ,\ hospital.After fats in nourishing and )life-giving ,__. ________0"---" __ _._____ SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest ,
the Liaoyang battle one missed --

t"e numerous curling smokes which properties. Thirty years ago CO YEARS' and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.
I heretofore bad risen from a fighting the proprietors of Scott's Emulsion KIDNEY DISEASES EXPERIENCE -NO OVERCROWDL'lGi,

place that had been won. One missed found a way of preparingcod I

I alee those tandem couples of soldiers liver oil so that IMPORTANT[ STATEROOMS JARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these ,

\ bearing between them on a pole aheavy everyone can ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number berths,
take it and get the full value of are the most fatal of all di*
box of ashes. There were so or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers indivldaa ,

many dead at Liaoyang and it took the oil 'ithout the objectionabletaste. cases. service and attention.

along/ to find them that only officers Scott's Emulsion is the TRADE MARK ___ ___

wwre inclnefated. The ash of the hard lest) thing in the world for weak, FOLEY'S' KIDNEY CURE Is t DtIIONSCorvnlosrvr PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRII3AY.
of their throats &e. .
part was preserved 6uaraatnd
satppcd back to be burled In Japan. backward children, thin, delicate Rilasdr .. Anyone. .lending c rmiii our a nketrh nplnum and free deeerlptfcm whether may ma (See Schedule of Ships la Florida Tlmes-Unionl i

I bat the men of common rank bad to be people, and nil conditions of ,n.\tTn.. '. pnmablr. p.. .HAN080OII"... YORK i
tlnni"MotIY m>nrti" nttAl. on PueliuMint ]
bw1eclln quickly dug trenches holding wasting.and lout strength or money refunded. Contains free. llliltMt .j ncr for Mcurlnc' neienta. ALL POINTS NORTH

fccty or eighty each. remedies recognized by eminent Fmimtm notice/taium, without tErovth cbunte Munn|a the* CxreeelTtiftrtut : Including delightful DAYLIGHT !SAIL: through the j
SraJ tor JtM ....,.,.. "
D..perate. physicians as the best lot Scientific Jllntrltan.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS. ,
"Can ;you make both e4 meet, ,. Kidney and BUdder troubles. bandaomely litrated. __1017'. 1avr.S sir.enlalMn Through tickets sold to all northern points. For foil Information regarding at :

rats''here FBABL eras, >VW YOU PJU.CI 5Dc. aAII $.... ::.:: ,. U4u brYIe.w.I..bn i 9'erme.N I tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins,tickets, etc., apply to '
and I can't make owe end V.. and ft.".& Alt Jraiggia& Mho
meetl"! -Town Topics. Rex\ Cross Pharmacy &CA1 shy'New York: J ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, JaCisoorille Florida ,i



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I JACKSONVILLE. ... ,. I Some pefltdml tlc )relative: of his baf OM 813AimUK2K, GOODAL.L; FLA.
I I Intimated that Ma wealth and not himself r' I I r

WINDSOR HOTEL[ from' a' : was. the shaft dbject though',>' her adoration ran i OLD SEABREEZE
',' \ ny The little / resented, ,
The Seaside Inn '
j JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S Belle kled andI Ungtred and crew until 1na I OOODALL, FLA. {

LARGEST AND BEST YEAR.-ROUND HOTEL. moment otf desperation und 111 Judgment ,. J'
S par k rtantatcaQopprlght. he sA her a l"t1o'< r i saying that .
In now open for the "winter season, under the mnnnpement of the owner
I.* fortune anti been uwi.pt\ away .nl
HOItACK F. STEWART.:: Handsome mid new, situated o' DaytonaBesoh
4 the late panic and utTerliiK to release' the hotel 'is modern in all Its appointment, with large, airy pleasant -
1904. her from wgagement; rooms overlooking the ocean and oppoMto ..Keating' Casino ant Pier.
by Sell ManUtts
4 4T He waited 1&;susp '"ise for her reply The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate

which came promptlj :' coldly nucbriefly HORACE F. STEWART, Owner and Manager.

On a hazy, warm .breezed" Indian agreed that the enKitgeinem ----V ..._ ._, _. ...__ _.. -V ______ ._ '___ __ .. l
should be broken owing to change of
summer day a huntsman trod throughthe < : :
circumstances. SEAnltl:I Z( .
I Irr.rs thickly grown brush that bordered .
the country run<1. Once or twice he Wounded through and through he 'L.-

Stopped and looked about lu.uppiecla-} went abroad: aimlessly wandering from Clarendon SEAllKKK/IC, FLORIDA..
New Inn ,
or. tlon of the dny and the beauty of the one place1 to. another, hating nil women Facing the Sea. \

u 'country.: Then he lighted &. cigar, tossIng for He what was one wondering' hud wrought now as be walk 100 Rooms, 40 Modern !Bathrooms :Swimming Pool Bowling Alloy;Tennis
the match aside before it was extinguished Court, Quoit Grounds, Eio. Thlity-llve. miles. of the grandest ocean beacbUk
ed along the dusty highway. what had!
lly the time he had van the world; peffoot for carriage drive blocle riding. and automobile,
ished from view the half spent match become of her Had* Mho landed nlM.II'tt.another .. I. UNRIVALLED SURF IIAUIING AND> SPLENDID> FISHING. '
millionaire What
/ I ill T f"seree f G had ran accomplished merrily through! n rivulet the brush of fire which that helpless wife she would make for B OCEAN: PIEU AND OA.SlNO CONXIUJTKD: WITH, IIpTEL

Skirted the wl>Olls. poor maul! Then tie thought of the Rates, booklet and further Information mailed upon application, Addl'ellll.1

( t ., v Mabel Wallace, coming down the old struggling, sordid existence: of this E. L. POTTEll, Proprietor. C II. KNAPPE Manager.
the schoolma'am. In his mind's eye he SEAUUEK2E: FLOUIDA.JMTU8VILT..K. ,
sawmill road saw crackling/ fire
P lank and _.. ..
: pictured her- gawky spectacled _. -
and hastened her puce. :She:; noted the --- -- -- -- ---" -
quickening bivfer.e blowing toward the beating the flumes. < .
woods and the stretch of dry parched "Even at that" he thought "she Is r
DODGE ifc. CULLKNS I more to bo loved than a woman who \
OWNERS AND PROPRIETORS grass and brush that intervened. She

--- ------- = knew. that !if the flames were not extln feared poverty. Faith I believe I'll Sembler Cottage .TITUSV1LLE, FLORIDA.
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gulshed at once the whole piece of marry the schoolma'am and* .settle I \

DUHL woods would /go. She caught up u stout down." to a country Ufa. If she'll haveme. Open All the Year., ,.,,' Good Board and Attention.
HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. stick as she run. and when she reachedthe
A turn Into a brought themto
further end of the running lire she
begun vigorous beating / the little schoolhouse, and Johnnylookivl doors from 1'. E. C. Railway Station Tltusvllle.f ,'

l' "Say. teacher, I'll help you," squeaked in through the open door MRS. A, J. 8BMULER. Proprietress.. i

'. ,\. .' a piping volc, which she recognized" "She's:! In them," he igtld."All \ -_.- .... -- -. -- ..._-.... ..
Opposite' postofflce. Centrally located. OJ'horough1yrepaIred and, re- belonging to the boy In the First Header right You needn't come. Much KAU OAl L.IK.<: '"" .' : '.
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obliged. When be entered the .< claari next to the toot
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novated- furnished "Johnny run down to the first white which was darkened, he dImlydllll'l.'l.ned -i-.j, / rH v
Newly. throughout. : Liberally conducted I. ., ,
-. house beyond the woods und tell themto n form at a desk' on the plat ti
/ ., ... < '.' send help. They have u telephone.Ask form Her, head was resting wearilyon Hotel Sarno and Cottages EAU OALLIE,"' FLA.
Rates $2.50 day and :
per the big dictionary. ,
up. them to notify all the neighbors," :. r
\. she dlrt'ctt'tlltetweelfll beuts. "I beg your pardon. I came to thank On the Eau Gallic and Indian Rivers Two" miles from the mouth. of the
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor,' Johnny was reluctant to leave a boo you for saving my property.: famous Banana River. Unsurpassed l Duck Shooting/ and Fishing The Hotel
'.. fire of such proportion as this was assuming He hail come nearer now. She lifted and Cottages are elegantly furuUhuil. Freestone nod Sulphur Water Rates
i I but he detected the "teacher" her bend, and he saw her."MatuIT $: .flO and tit.CO: pet days; special by the week or month ('"III1Jl(." completely
; fuinlidiodfor fumllum. J. W TKINH LEE.AIILIIOUUM .
In her tones and concluded l to obey he gasped "

: H. N. 'O'NEAL" "That's! tlio Htuftl" she next heard "I didn't know" slio said coldly, -- ------ --------r-r ---- ------V.---.... _u h.. I_ '
and looked up to meet the approval of "that It wins your property i was saving ':,
the farmer at whose house she boarded. until afterward, but of course It

HAS LEASED TOE lie procured a stick and made an effective made no difference." KLOKIUA.
onslaught upon the names. "Mabel! You a'schoolteacher, here New Hotel Carleton }MELBOURNE ,
I Discard
Presently they were re-enforced by a why .
ARAGON HOTEL passerby, and after a time the fire was "n''<<:OUH4.'," elie answered bitterly "in Finely sltuaied on a lilgh bluff overlooking the INDIAN IUVJ< R.

extinguished."You that panic<< In which you ,pretended to Surf and tlll salt water bathing. Hunting and PUblng. $anltayplumbing .

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. best go home and rest a spell,'" have lost your fortune my father lost furnace.heat and (ran-llght.. Mutest, *J for day and up..
'I "
counseled her landlord. "You look all every cent he hod. Special by the week Private Baths, '
It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards het up and tuckered out." "I wish you'd toll me all about It," he ROBERTSON A FERGUSON", ,
i The maqy alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed and it lenow work she said remorsefully
.It was pretty warm acknowledged All
second to none In the city. Both oulsloe and service) unsurpassed ."There's not cinch to toll. Just as
In the South Rooms with private bath $J and arranging her hair, which MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. i
per day upwards. I the breeze and her exertions had tum- father bad broken the news of our loss New Brown House
bled about her face. to me your letter came I showed to Brtvard Count) ,
him. lie said It was not true, so I Centrally Located on Now Haven Avenue, Fine View of Indian River
I WEST ORHLAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets. "Well, I tell you what, you Just thought It u ruse-that you hat heard and Crane Cioek. Good Untiling and FUhlng. Open} the year Routd.
saved them woods, all right The own- RATES the week.
JACKSONVILLE FLA. l M per day. Special by
to make nice of Our reverses and did not want towed
ought a
er you
a pauper" GKO. bf, BROWN, Proprietor
American plan. Centrally located Just built and laughed. to .... ------ ....- ,
open "Who Is the owner?" she asked carelessly groaned and attempted speak,
but she hastily continued: WKST IALlUBACII..
ed this season. Fine cooklnj. and good Jt b1e. Hot and Cold Water "His. name is! Max: Thornton. lie'sa "Father went went to look after some ..- .. .

Baths, Elevator eto Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All young city swell,. I heard'say."' clamthe: thought he had out there", andI
She had Inserted the lust hairpin came here to teach. That Is .nil. The Narcissus Cottages MARION sad CORNELIA.

street oars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $ .50 per day and now started for home with burned "No; not all. Listen.! he cried. lIe .
face and blistered bandit. told her of the remark, his test his .
Mrs.. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. Meanwhile\ Johnny, returning from departure and ignorance n( her loss, Narcissus Street, West Palm Bench' Flu. # .

the white bouse, heard a shot ring out "ForgIve me, Mnbel I, and toke me Rates: ,:a,50 to $:I 1.00 per day. Speclnf' rates by the wank.

In the woods back." Fronting on Lake Worth, with attractive view of the Palm Beaeb score

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. "I'll get him to come and help teach "No," she said proudly. "You didn't Delightful, airy rooms. Klootrlo light/ hot and cold baths, and all modern
I ,; er," he thought as be scurried through believe In my love You hud to put it conveniences. Table leryloo the best. Small children not taken.

! -On the American and the cool woods! after the man behind to a paltry test"Hd .
European Plan the was thinking hard for. the right MUH. L. D. H03KINSON, West Palm Beach, Fla,

Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated A pleisaat "Say gun.the woods Is 'pretty near on' thing to say .... -- -- -. .-... .. -. -- .....- -----.- -- -"

\family h me. Rates: American Plan, -2.00 aDd $2.60; European, 50cts fire. It's mos' crep' up on 'em I" "Then let me woo you again not as 13ILTMOKI2' N. C.
and up. All) oars form Union Station stop at tae door The man laughed good uaturedly. the Mabel Wallace I knew In New .

H. W. HANCOCK Proprletoj., "Do you think I am In any danger York, but as the country schoolteacher "
The located Riverside at Green "The woods Isl I Teacher sent me for to whom I came Just now with a heart .
beautifully Hotel Cove Springs Is under the
Kenl 1 ort h I Inn
same management; help. She Is beating It out with a full of admiration for her kind heart U iNRAaMA.ItaVIlrLa.
stick." and stout arm. Mabel look up! You've

"All right! Come along. And the been crying! ,

JACKSONVILLE FL nIDA.J man made for the road In long strides, "No. It was the smoke from the OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YKAR., ". .
New Hotel Windle 19 East Street the boy keeping pace by a quick trot, fire," she said. confusedly; "and my
Forsyth .
explaining -with many elaborations the bauds see!I' EDGAR B. MOORE, Proprietor
particulars of the flre. She held out for Inspection. two
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.. Center of City; cool airy looms; first-class In all appointments. The best "My I Teacher was Jest more than -- -- n'''
layia on to It with a stick. I never lIe seized: them and pressed them to MT. I..OUHiI, 310.
$2 to $2.50 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European s'posed she could hit out like that.I" his lips and then-well, then, Johnny .

\ plan, $1 per day one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Near "Hasn't she laid It on to you ,.U" came running In. ,

all car lines. Special weekly rates. C, B. SMITH, Prop.wuLFE'S laughed the hunter. "Oh g'wan," he said to Thornton. Hotel Napoleon Bonaparte BT. LOUIS: Mo.' '. ,
"Naw. She ain't teched one on us "You know'd her all\ the time and pretended '
pit I bet the boys would behave. itthey'd you Jest guessed at her havln .
Corner Bridge and Bay Stieets.: seen her bent that flre" red hair and l'8CS.- It close to the Wabash entrance to the World's Fair, and Is easily reached by
EUROPEAN HOTEL for Thornton laughed happily as he looked\
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The hunter was occupied a mo hair and the World' Fair shuttle trains from Union Station, and the Olive sod Deb
ment with conjuring the image of at the soft, squirrel colored

-Rooms SOcts, 75cts and 11.00- .teacher hlttln the Ore" the eyeglasses. "Well I meant different mar eleetrlo cars. This hotel Is conducted on the European 'plan, and {Eh.
"Say man ban your teacher red and specs but I do know her,"
A Ors flrst-olass'Restaurant In Connection.. f got red bar, and does she wear "He you her beau?" rates range from. II to $.1 per day. There are no Inside rooms II I. the

J. II. WOLFE, Manager. glasses?" ..y.... I am her beau and you'll havea bout located hotel, as It Is oqly about ](JO yards from the Wabash (main) entrance
"Yes. How did yer know?" he ask new teacher. Here take this for telling -
I ed curiously, in of the flre." And lie gave the to Fulr grounds.
HOTEL DESOTOFormerly Under new management. American and European.
sliver dollar.
-I Just felt It. delighted boy a ,'!i write to WM. MODE 0
For particulars, COOK president; M. HILL
Plan. Re-furnished. Centrally Located. When the hunter came up to the On the threshold Johnny paused. .

( Geneva) Rates: 60cts. to $2.50 per day- men, be said to the farmer, "Buy, teacher I cum to tell you thief vice-president and manager, HOTEL NAPOLEON BONAPARTE, St.
MI came to help put out a Ore, but Isee wa'n't no one to hum at the white \
Louis, Mo, or go direct to the above hotel .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S. P. 'NASU, Manager. yon have done good .work," gazing house!
___ __.____ _-= 1 1C at the blackened ground. --'O----H -- -- -- ...... .. ... ... ... _.- .... -- .. --

C ST AUGUSTINE. It,"We" explained only got the'here farmer.to the"The tall schoolteacher end of "Now that N. C..n.we are engaged For( Him.," said the o. :a: .. .. s :e.rc.r ::tMI: : ,cSt; 0 0 *

got here first, and she at It like fair young thing; "I will toll you thatI an IUOW. II.,. .*.. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.

a tiger. Guess some of you banters do not fear mice.
"That Is nice" said the' prospective
DUIJDTn6 set It on flre.
The hunter laughed and walked on, groom. FuL ( TS Y
remembering the match, but he felt "And." continual the fiancee "I can: ,

no compunctions. "A man has the drive nails without bitting my thumb, %4J/
pPPO SITBPOSTOPPICBredPIAZA J" J right to set fire to his own if be wants and I know how to use a paper cutter
Mot _Btr>I location In th. elt,.. Strictly ....proor. lUsty flno room well to" he thought. "Suppose It would .without ruining u book\ and I con add PIt]PAID 2 ,
furl .shad. Booms outs. Open :November to Jan. 4 the scboolma'am. Wonder bow I can separate sum for each consecutive figure

P ALA TIA: make her a substantial token of gratitude and I can build a fire, and I cant
without offense T* II when a picture Is hung straighton
"Here, bo) f' he turned and called to the wall." i2QTS QT #
who lingered near the ruins Here the men drew himself np with "
The Graham Hotel PALATKA, FLORIDA. much and cried: I $ oo '
"Do you want t '"You bet yer boots:"' Then I cannot: marry you, alas! t er

I "Then take me to your teacher, If If snot "Wby?" gasped the girl.
Opposite. Post Office and Offices of Ocklawaha and St. Bobna River Steamers. too far." "What prospect Is there of my ever

Only Brick Hotel In the City. Rates : $3 and $2.50 per day. "It's Jest down the next road a ways, being able to demonstrate the superiority /
mebby she's stopped In at the of man over woriin' If I marry;
No Better Place In the City. Porters Meet all Trains and Boats. and .. such trait of
school'us down the lane. a woman who powiw < '
"On a Saturdabe asked skeptically. character da yon T*
J. E. OANTT, Proprietor. :
.' "Yes. She write her ,letters there" Won't Neglect Your Kidneys _-: a
1 They relapsed Into sflenre. Johnny 4 Or that will lOOn undermine )'oarbealb.Tb .
making plans for the Investment of : backaches swolli'', feet spots before

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE his quarter and the man absorbed In I' your ey''s and eipv Lily tbe general A'rents for the i-alHlt ,llrawlnR Co.
worn out feeling In the morning/ are sore
thoughts of a bitter, cynics trend. Afew I ilgns of kidney trouble (rvloc'i Buchn -'''- _. .. -- -. -- ----- -- .- .. -- .. .- ----- --
months WON he{had been the
Wafers build the
cleanse" the blood I, np
happy. accepted lover", tit f a bfftutltulll ihroot walls of the kidney, removingthe T 'I .fl ? 'V'OO.A.TIJ: ] j-ou: OFFXOID':
.ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING girl who was, or an .. aristocratic I' cause aDd the pain with It. Bold at
family In moderate circumstance ',Wets a box by Bed Cross 1'barmaoy. Ilk/' OUR PRICKS ARE RIGHT -.ea ..... ..


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: Write For Our 100-Page! Illustrated (latalognet .. cura.c3: : __ '
__ Services eveYy evening at the -The session of the Melbourne Chan ''
r -Full of Suggestions for Christmas Sunday
:t us" Titusville Presbyterian church tanqua will commence on .
J Diamonds', Watches 'Clocks, Kev. W. E, Hall, pastor February and closes on tbe 27th.Merritt ? DIAMONDS, CUT GLASS, ?

There wilt be Divine service at St. too late for our J SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, J STERLING SILVER TABLEJ
:: Jewelry, Cut Glass, Marks church Cocoa on Sunday next, items came > GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, 1 WARE. j
the 4th Instant, at 10 a. m., when Mr. W. compositors to put them In type for J: STERLING SILVEK NOVELTIES J SILVER PLATED WARE.
; Silverware Etc. II. Cresson/ the lay reader will officiate. this Issue. Correspondence must reach I \ and
J: The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Seta Novelties ever J
/ : 'Mall Orders Receive'Prompt Attention. The closing services for the year will this office not later than Wednesdays > shown In Tltu vllle. *

I- ,. Satisfaction be held In the} Methodist church in Tltnaville tbe ADVOCATE newspaper
guaranteed. mind
1 next Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7 Bear In kind J: G. L. JVIANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla. |
Is the same as any other
All Invited to be run
p m, are cordially
"' r Sterling 1333 Silver : Vfl.ll n & present. of business-not for fun. Our advertising ***.*****************A******..***********************:

Xtomm field FlnUhK e/ Rev. J. B. Hawk will\ preach at CityPoint columns fire open taall who pay for -
1 W .?elt..t S)9,,85flCWOKAVED JEWELER: SH.VEKS1MITHS, Sunday Dec. 4th, at 10JO: a. m., the space. Cash talks in this office.
I l lsj 24 FREE i 41 West Bay St. .* Jacksonville, Fla.fll and at Ban Gallic, In St. Pauls Metho -Jit. Clement S. Ray and sister,.Miss :E'J_ L_ :ee.: -:OZe: O_,

***.************************************************ dist church at 7:30 p. m. !Epworth Pauls Claudia Ray who spent last winter In- DEALERS IN-
devotional at St.
League meeting :
tt I. church, preceding! thq sermon Titusville and tbe summer at Goodall GROCERIES, GRAIN AND .HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS

j :a... %.. 1\4C: TLO'"VV., FAREWELL TO ARCHDEACON bave joined their father and mother' at We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS '
j BROWN. CLUB IMPROVEMENTS. St. Petersburg.Mr. We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and eolith.the trade of all conaum-
for oh Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.
ers. Write us prices
T. B. Allen and son, Barry,
As a token of appreciation, the people The Progressive Culture Club have of Brooklyn N.Y., who own propertyat
ot TItusvllle presented Archdeacon added some fine new books to their Oak Hill and Robe Sound, came down ..
Brown with a purse containing $03.50, library, and some new shelves to their '
114r )I Ir before be left for Orlando, book ca e. The Culture Club have been to TItusvllle on Wednesday, to purchase 7. E. GOLDSMITH
,, i studying Shakespeare: thin month and supplies. They gave our office pleasant ,
r \ f'r next month there will be a change of call while In town and returned
-Dea1er In-
Archdeacon B. F. Brown wishes to program.
{ pbrr thank his many friends) In Titusville of home yesterday their fast launch. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND

his own church and others for the expression THE TWO HEADED SNAKE. -Mr. Robt. L. Motlow returned here; ,
of their
kindly appreciation PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
which met him on'Thanksgiving mornIng Wednesday, from Mulbery, Tenn., TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
and trusts that he may have the A Boa Constrictor That Ba. a VeryDeceptive where he has been spending several .

pleasure of meeting them many times In Tall. months with his family. Mr. Motlow is
tbe future. Every now and then some traveler father of another bouncing girl so fare
1 tells of a' two heuded snake which exists Wm R. "Walker
Motlow and family will probably spend
ArM.+fr Tbe reception given for Archdeacon In Egypt:, and whenever the nar
and Mrs. Brown 'b) the ladles of St. ', rator hasn't seen the suake himself this winter In Tennessee \ ,-- Dealer In -
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers Gabriels Guild, In the Guild adjoining : he .la less to assert
rooms more or disposed
-The Red Cross.Pbarmacy,Titusville an.c3. IF'sm.osr:: :: : G-xocezIes-: :
i Ales Stouts.. Etc. the rectpry, on Friday afternoonlast I that there really In snake with two Staple:
r 9 1 the 25th Inst., was a very pleasant heads lu Egypt I because he baa been has one of the most neatly-dressed windows Fruits
orders' FLORIDA. occasion. 'The room was prettily decorated on the Ease Coast-for a drug : : atl.:: : l T7"grt b es.
told about it by many reliable persons.
*i r, table was with most flowers attractive and vine with,Its and dainty the Indeed, BOUietluieM a traveler who store. It is a credit to a much larger :Hay., O-xculn.: : O.: iZ .dL :Feed: .
has actually caught a: glimpse of the town than TItusvllle, and we want our
Its of flowers and
linen. centerpiece fruit
East Coast Meat Market t, and many good things to eat. snake Is likely to declare that'it truly readers to look at it. Miss Annie Morgan -Your Patronage ,Sollclted-
r After a social half hour, refreshments la two headed fpr the serpent certainly : Is getting to be an expert at window TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

4. G, F." DUREN, Agent. were served by a committee ,of ladles, appears to bo so when, seen only I by dressing. .
of hot chocolate sandwiches
consisting chance.It .
several kinds ot cake "wafers jelly with Is only when the snake Is actually -Mr. J, ?)[. Sanderson of Scranton TX-.r1TSV-XLLEJ aIVI3RY: : : STABLE.

C' co-: cream, fruit and meats. taken up and examined closely that the I Pa was among the pleasant callers at .. ) I

-sy- rf Before Brown the company made a few dispersed remarks Archdeacon approprIate I truth Is revealed. I this office on Tuesday He 'came up FEED AND SALE I''! |71 I n N",,' r SADDLE HORSES,

<::>> s:>> to the occasion expressing bis : The two headed snake Is not poison from Indianola la his new 30( ft. cabin 'j,;' |

s:>> appreciation of the Guild and Its work, ; ous serpent. It Is ouly a boa constrictor launch Louise built for him by Sears & ...STABLES..., BUGGIES ,
I=' and thanking; them for himself and Mrs : and it Is fairly common. Butit Gladwln of ForfPlerce. The launch is '
-= Brown for this testimonial of their love is so secretive that it hides away in fitted throughout and has BAGGAGE SURREYS,
and good will Mr. Brown concluded its sandy burrows almost constantly.It .
by saying; he should hope occaslonly to in strangely formed in so fur that plate glass windows, toilet room and TRANSFER .and TURNOUTS of
q meet with the people of TItusvllle In the various other modern conveniences. ,SheIs
__ C'-t Its tail instead of tapering off to a IIAULING ..aU kinds..
future. .
propelled by a 9-horse-power, 3-cylin-
point as the tails of other snakes do,
-a.: widens out into, thus der engine, and makes excellent time. ,
a bludgeon shape,
f I S"8 C' PRESER.VE FRUIT IN LIQUIDS. JT. AX.: : Oastoeura:: ,
A TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. making it look so utterly unlike a tall -Miss Louise Powe! of Boston; and TITUSVILLIn rear of Robbins' Law OfficeFLORIDA..
that It is almost to 'think
It Is conceded by those who have seen It is anything but a head when the Mrs So B. Kldd of Worcester, M ass.,
the Canadian fruit exhibit at the World's stopped over here from Friday until -

Bobbins & Graham Co. given Fair, that us one our better Northern in the neighbors preserving: have of snake add'is seen to for the only deception.a moment.To Jugglers. Saturday: en route to Rockledge, where INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

fruit In liquids. catch these boas and paint jaws. and Miss Powe owns a fine orange grove and TITUSVILLE FLA. t

(Incorporated.) The exhibits the jars from Canada, eyes on the tail. The work is so carefully winter home and where she expects to Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention

t PAID" UP CAPITAL .;l ,OOO.OO It may be said, have perhaps better done that only a trained observercan spend about two months ere returningto paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto.
) color than any of the jars shown from distinguish the real' head from the : frozen Bo.ton. Miss Powe and Mrs. T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
This company owns other States. It seems that the Canadians false. Thus the '
; story of the two head- Kldd recently spent, several months -
have been \
L .. .. IIST 3D S, this matter and making the results special attained studyof ed snake has obtained wide circulation traveling through England and the Continent '
Y :!5.c.c..i.Jl.: ::E1t.cl. "b i
E are very satisfactory. Several different and has even crept into the books of Europe.Mr. : g, :: g,
u m the Indian River Country; '
River; at Jiew River and on Bay Formalin solution-Distilled water(or But the second "head" is only a tall George F. Miles, president and and !general repairing. : of all kinds. '
I f perfectly clear water will do), 44 pounds; after all.-Exchange. general manager of the F. C. L. Canal A
r Blsoayne. Prices to suit the times. formalin J pound; alcohol B pints.Borao Transportation Co., of St. Augustine Leaders, Gutters Stove Pipe Etc., made to order. Pipe Fittings, Etc.
r ;
Send,for Land List. Acid Solution-Dissolve one Bible Day J.w I..
pound of borao acid In 43 Major E. M. Walker, treasurer of the
pounds of la
It interesting to observe that In
_ Offices at Titusvllle and, Miami Fla. clear water; agitate uutll thoroughly articles of gold, silver and g ms wo above company a prominent capitalistof -Business Promptly Attended Tc-
dissolved then add five pints of alcohol. Mass.
have scarcely gone beyond the earliest Springfield accompanied by
J' FOR SALE. If and the nettle fluid when Is not the clear clear allow upper It to portion stand Biblical record. Ool<} is an old story( in Colonel Thomas F. Cord, of the same Address or'call on OEO. .1. WHITE, Tltusville, Fla.

may be poured oil and the remainder the second-cbapter' of Genesis. There oily, were among the pleasant callers at

Over 1,000 acres on Indian River Fla. filtered-; This solution and the one Is no record of Sarah's ornaments, but the ADVOCATE office, Wednesday morn
give: above are used for berries and the abundant mention of Rebecca's ing. Messrs. Miles and Walker Inspected Blacksmith and Machine
dark fruit
earrings and bracelets made her envied the canal between West Palm Beach ,
ORANGE & GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, Zinc Chloride Solution_(For white by many a Sunday school little girl last week .
and Miami and had madean
just '
yellow and green: fruits and especially who in this way made her acquaintance. O. B. STEELE, Proprietor.
PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS. for vegetable*)-Dissolve one-half poundof Thenceforth rings, necklaces, inspection of the canal, In a launch '
( zinc chloride in fifteen pounds of earrings breastpins bracelets, tiaras, between the Tomoka river (where the All kinds of Blacksmith Machine and Engine Bcller Work will be done by
ACNEOwing until dissolved
water and then
sell ; agitate dredges are working) and Tltu vllle. workmen.A .
add one and two thirds pints of aloohol; Jeweled daggers, girdles, pins, combs, t
any quantity desired, cheap on easy allow this to stand until settled, then but repeat themselves according to the They returned via train In the afternoon. bicycle gun and...
terms. Rare opportunity for proA table pour off the clear portion and filter the taste of the age. An inspection of the Mr. Walker left for Springfield yesterday
'I Gi-onor: i :El.opaI.r: : SJLCp::
Investment. remainder. Cyprian Jewelry at the Metropolitan but will return to St. Augustine In
JA8. HOLMES, Sulphurous Aold Solution-Sulphn-' Museum of Art In New York shows January. Colonel Cordls b'as rented the will be operated,in connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
ll-12t Jensen Fla. oua acid, one pint; water pints; alcohol. how completely the ladles of antiquityhad
1 pint their Jewel cases equipped. To Ballough place at Seabre.ze for the win % SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-
-- In the Canadian exhibit will be found ter months.A .
fruits and vegetables preserved' by all these we have been able to add very !D'r"'WIlI: be ready for work'about.December 1st.' .
few articles, the watch being the most
William Hindlo these solutions and they all seem to SHAKESPEARE
work admirably-The Pqach Grower, conspicuous. CLUB.

I TIN COPPER AND SHEET IRON -- .- The Geo. H. Hardware Co.
-t Several of the ladles of Tltusvtlle have Fernald
: ; WORKER. organized a Shakespeare club, which ,

Plumbing I Pump Work Pipe Fitting. Growers holds week at meetings the home one of the afternoon different In memo each S morn: F1Cr1d.a.;
To Orange


s Your Patronage Is Solicited. Ton need protection In ease of fire for your
The following the
are times of arrival
: COCOA FLA.Hodgson and departure of passenger trains to and ACME HARROWS CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS

Orate Material and Fruit from Titusville: F. W. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FENCE.

Bros. LearesTitesvill.for3tlamiand I .S00pm;
( which will He In your packing houses before and during the shipping season. Intermediate. point at I IOU: p m :11GCrLah.tz:: .'c Shops::

EAU GALLIE INDIAN RIVER FLA. We can Insure It for one, two, three or four months at small cost. ..0aTBlloUIfD.1Aa'Tltuaym.fol' : .
Plumbing; :: OWLxx
Jacksonville t .3:13 am rssd::

Marine Railway. and In trm dlat.polo t.at J 1:13 am. :DrSo'ta1: "V' x'1-.

,, ( General Merchants.Special and Facilities.Ship ,Chandlers.. Is Your Packing House Also) Insured ? E Arrive" Tlttuvilla*TltuavllU for from Banford San ford. .. U VBOaon:JO p.m ,

f for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing Blacksmith Shop Everything in Builders' Hardware.

Yacht and Launches. .
1 We do all kinds of blacksmith WRITE FOR PRICES .
Write for rates and
Mention the ADVOOATS "when writing. us ,
work also boat .
4 wagon building -
i repairing. All work guaranteed THE EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
JlflII'IS!: & Sox, TItusvllle Fla.
d3 "VwdLIZ'ON
\ : AND DaALEReIN-: ;

'I I will be located In Eau Oallle after TJ.'t-u.s"V111o; ,. 'F1CX"1d.a; ,.
Brick. Lime and Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work Brackets
July 5th, and be prepared to do all kindsof ;FOR BUSINESS ? Sash, Doors, Blinds. Paint and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.
: work In this line. Write me for estimate .. Nails and Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screens
M 1 on your work. References If dalred. For a :Box ofOBANCES. Roofing and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes.
Address, $1 00 Gold tIt Prices are not always the lowest, but stock Is always the Best
you are, then ADVERTISE In the '

THOS. F. KELLEY > EAST COAST ADVOCATE:, one ef tile most BeachIa-
Box 232. Eau Gillie'; Fla. widely circulated papers In Jhli state.
We have had so many reports of the fine quality of oranges raised with our Your money outlay will be small, but

.. Simon Pure fertilizers during the past :years, that we have decided to offer $100 your: trade will be materially Increased. C. A. DUPONT'SLIVEI3Y -

i. Hall; : IN GOLD for the best $25 for tne second and $IO for the third best box of One of Jacksonville's prominent merchants -
:: E.
Vesey j ; oranges of the crops of 11/01/ 100.1 and 1000. Three successive year. The time of recently wrote us t "We Inserted mia: SAJC.E: S".I.A.BLES:
Georgians Fla. [ exhibition will be announced later.
< In
1 our ad. your paper for three months
Tbe only condition being that the of fruit shall be produced with HASTINGS FLA.Can
: : Boat Builder. crop our as a trial. It has already done good, so .
: ; Simon Pure Fertilizer. If a State Fair should be held during any one of the seasons please Insert the ad. for another nine ,
i J [ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.< and at such time that a creditable exhibit of citrus'fruits can be made, the month" supply anyone on the East.Qoast with I

Write for Estimate.r < ', display will be held during the fair, and at the place where the fair Is held. That Is bow live, up-to-date merchants .HORSES, MULES ,HARNESS. I"

r! ...................... -For further particulars and booklets;address speak of the ADTOCATB as an advertising "- and single or double Buggies and Wagons, -reasonable. rates.

E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO.. Jacksonville, Flay medium. -' WRITE HIM at above address. ,




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