Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 6, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00380
Source Institution: University of Florida
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4 LOCAL NEWS, TIIK II.YIJGI: ituiuic STOUI:. Kline's lUjr: l)ry floods anti -1 bore was n meeting! of Friendship UcuLlst i'y. tel .'n, WliPii you go to New York rt-

CJothlll1Sture.: Chapter No. 11, O. E. S., Tuesday mtMiibcr Hotel Mailloioujli I | Broadway,
Lml Topic of General Interest J. 11. WALKER: & CO"TITUSVILLE., evening. :Itilth and :J7th) stir,,ts. '
: Upon rclliuitlon, you must come to the
FLA. SPECIAL SALE of Men's Iligh; -pricod Tlio attention of tourist In drawn to
-\11.: A, A, Monroe! Is still enjoying,; a conclusion i thnt n iloiilUt working In n
s THE ADVOCATE, Will\ for the remainder of January, ns Clothing Suits that were sold for f JO! the now. ad of Mr. O.) (n. Sonvoy, the
Is visit with her parents and brother nt given eoiumiiuity, ",1111,0,01\10, m-iinilnt-| well-known manager of (1110 Magnoll.iSpilngs : r .ty
sell
our custom all Winter
Dross will bo
cut down .
) to $17.00 *1S,DO suits
|tl.50 per annum, in advance.. I Hen ton, Fla.FURNISHiiJ. nd, with\ tint variety and 1 cantos: of the hotel Aliignolia\ Springs, )".,
$1.00 six months, Goods AT COST:::! What we say: we do, for $IJ,4JO) and $1101) suits for S10.00. docny, with which tooth nttackod on our 4th. imge. Tills Is ono of the
are
$: .OO per an. to foreign countries.g we do do. Our cut prices are for every- !, Now Is your time to got a suit : : HOUSE TO KENT In Tltutvlllo. most homo like hotel, In 1'lorld.l, and
Tills
will
knowledge enable hint to triiat
Reading notice ads. are ten cents body-no select fow, or special filendn. Also( Chtldien's and Youth's Suits tit a Apply to Geo. N. Itnbblns, wo would advise tourists to pay Itn visit!
:: those i poculi.nltles sptvcltloally, insulting :\ home from
l'ath.comlnj.t, or' going
All
|,'r line on this page. our customers are our friends. and great; reduction. 1'ltllHvllle, Fla.
In greater satisfaction: to liuth patient/ .Klorlda.TheOimond.
all receive the lame courteous tientnient. WHITE VESTS made of the host
J When you subscribe for the Anvo -)1') ) and Mrs.[ Iloiightoti and 1>1'. and dOli tilit. Hotel hall rnnrlvod eighteen

,y) tux! by the year, It dobs not cost you THIS SALE will include nil, the sea quality of fancy pique, and very stylishfor I'.icltHon, on hoard the house-boat, Dotitos hose of you\ who hove tee lit unusually now horses frees the \\Vlilto Monntiiiim -
included. 80n'llatt..t 1 elfi ctllln Dress Goods, Novelties I1r\8s occasions, all sizes foimerpilce
tree cents per week postage left heteTueadayfor.lielbolrneMrs sensitive, should consult. )Ir, Miller.Yea New Hampshire, which will
Embroidered I EAST COAST ADVOCATE Is on will find them Is tho worn t Tax Hrilll.intines\ :Serges,Woi'a teds, 32 to., Etc *10S.AW. Rushing, of Jupiter' who hits have for the donson's liMe whets thorn on
news-stands five
jilo at the following at betwuen tilling teeth the amt.
: new
at TallnliiisMfio arrive. Mnnivgir
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been In posture
You rlOulf town enjoying a visit with Mr.
I : wrong yon unless you take( nil another lot of White Vests, former
ntll per copy old i Ilowlnnd of tlio hotel stable
that there Is between extract joorJrCl ,
} | Tltiisvlllo-Ueil Cross Pharmacy. vantage of tliU s.ile. price *i.OO( for only i1.lO. and Mrs. T. N. Decker, has returned, to way
{ hill tooth with and) without oooalne. 20-1/ ) and wife\ uillvvd" on the 10th ; also the
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Jacksonville-Duval hotel. We are not tIll only house smith ofNe'w SPECIAL PRICES on the famous Jupiter, _, __ -0-- Bond., puitor Sam Smltli.As .

. [Note date of erplratlon printed upon York where you can find whit yon Uanan Shoe; all sizes and widths -Mrs. :\I. S. Jones, Jr., and little HOII, 1'uslfiun'sVnuttvl.fly .. wilt l'., Meeti by this ad, ()flour 7th,

nur paper or wrapper every week. This want, but no merchant In the world will Mail Orders receive prompt attention. of QIIIIY after spending, seyeral da In page,,the HiMioh Club, 1'iilin loach, nil-,
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t a receipt for your money. No need try hinder to please you, and keep you JULIUS KLiNE, competent, woll uduoiitixl! active joining the Royal I'tilnolnnii, will open
town with Mis. Jos. 1 1'. Uro\\'lI left for
send for ; ,
pr us to receipt subscription. for the Hoiisun on Jauiuiry l.'lh, umlor ,
''p (he date Rives; It to you. for n regular customer. TItusvllle, Fla. homo on Monday.\ man, with noitliein business, lialning, the niiiniigonic'uK' of Memtrs.\ JUiadloy

I OUR STOCK Is bristling with BAR ::11 years old, in.irilfd.: \allll\lIl1/otlJrI'OI1-/ Bros., with Mr. T, T Ileono ftuslstantnmnnger -
-ADVOCATES for sale at the Red GAINS in every department Shoos:: On our Itli paj.e11I be found the -!Mr.\ J. 1':. Lanouottc, a former icsl- Ulentlitl man, catlilor, hookkuoper or 'I'hlx IK one of the finest

roes Pharmacy, TItusvllle.Mr. '" Gouts' Furnishings, Clothing, lubber' new ad. of Ilauno lima, Do not fall to dent of( 'Tltiisvlllo him bought the stock, ltiNiuuii In any hiiHiueHs-diy goods, .. clubs of Its kind In tho United States,

and Mrs. Fred F. Taylor, of Goods, Millinery, Trunks, Furiiltuie, loud It.JudA'o. fixtures and I good-will of the Franklin real estnte, hotel! or bank pioforrud.Highest nnd the building coitaluly In a bounty.

Staple and !Fancy Dry Goods in fuel Pharmacy, Itoston.Mrs. > After standing/ Itkn a ncntlnol Ar mon-
Hotel : refeiencoH. llond Ability
rand Rapids, Mich., are again at < Now chatTorol Xew York given -
iiment; to it niniiiorabla punt! nil) the past
plaza, Rockledgo, for the season. most any thing yon want.Youraforcontintrod Is among(? the lute rivals at the New: \\". N. Heinliy, after enjoyinga Alhl1'CKI"X Y" AI>VOOATK ollloo.IO.I Slimmer and f.tll, the llotul Koyal 1'alni, j

favors and' service, RockleilKo hotel Kockledge, He is nn 181t'of several weeks with her diughter !I :! lltimvllle, Flit. Miami\ took on a arena of II\to and activity
ROll \ J. V. B. Prince of ,
-Mr. Mrs. ,_. ,
JOIIV - --- ---- that bus not boon
WALKER & CO., expert JUIieimnn.. !Mrs. A. I). Penney, left for her Monday morning/ Y
rooklyn, N. Y., are again at the New" urevalent there or abort since the nlone
Titusvllle, Fla. home nt Foil Pierce on Tuesday., AMONG THE HOTELS. +
ckledjte hotel, Rockledge, for the wln- DO YOU SMOKE\ ? o. .10 houao last season, sayni. the Miami\ r
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br season. County Commissioner J. I.'. Boll, of If so, go; to the tad Cross Pharmacy, -Mr. J. E. Kultz, of Spruce IJIiilr, Thu AnvotUTK Is on lie( nt nil tl.e Metropolis The cause. of this activity and hustle "

KNT LEATHER AND WOOD goods White City glue the ADVOCATE olllce.:: a Tltusviile, and got; a guolcl\ l\r. who hue just retired 11'011the School best hotels) In Now York city lit. duo to the not that this. famous hostelry J
Twenty-five brands to select from. Hoard was among/ the pleannnt callers opens to the public for the season
handkerchief and call
-hand painted- pleasant on Monday. Whole to stop along the Kiist: Count t
at this olllce on Monday.Miss of ItiO.'t\ with dinner on the evening of)
glove boxes, mirrors, etc. A fine display -:Mr. Jerome Twichell, of Kansas -Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Budge and family See list of hotels aD
1 next week at the Red Cross Phar- City, Mo, was & recent southbound( passenger of Miami, who have been visiting Millar, o'f Eden, was. nu arrivalIn on JIlt, Ith and 7th pagoN.Mr. and it force of house clnnners and
I town on Monday\ She was on her assistants have begun the tank of pre- ,
macy. Capt. and Mrs.\ J"... Piltchard, of this ,
en route to his winter home \ John Anderson, of tho well.known paring for the cure and reception of
/
-:Mrs. Geo. \V, Scobie and daughter, near be wall's Point. place, for a week or HO, left for home on and way attended to Rollins the College dunce, In Winter the Opera Park, hotel lien of Anderson A 1'rlcu, of Hotel the most fastidious during/ tho few short ,I''

erIe, after a week spent at Canayeral, Monday Ormond, has returned. to Oimond for weeks, that nlmrncterlze the tourist son-
-In writlug Items for publication house
on Monday night: of Kloililn.
son
lilh Mrs. J. E. Hums, are expected: to please write names of persons and places -Mr. J. II. LoTourneau, prominent the season Mr. Merrill came down from Now York |f'i
Vrlve here to-day. Mr. Oeo. W. Scobie of Eden -I.. and M r8. F. J. Simmons, of Detroit '
pineapple was
very distinctly, so that our compositorscan ) grower a pleas Mr. Fred F. Taylor owner of Hotel last Filday night, but the help| did not
jr.. will\ bring them home In his launch.Mr. read them ant caller at this office on Tuesday. liereports Mic! ., are domiciled at their old srelvenntIISatordayansISunday. They
easily. everything flourishing in his quarters at the New Kockledgo hotel, l'laza, Rockledge; and Indian River hotel were taken at once to tbs hotel and

Jon. Williamson, a prominent DR. MILLER, THE DENTIST: 13 section of lirovard. Uocklod e, after a pleasant visit at Hotel TltiiHvlllo, was In town a short while theft iuartereil, the work of preparing: 1 i
of was pleasant the house. being started with n rush nnd
pange grower Mlcco WoilniHfay.! ,
now at Jensen. Consult him 20-1 Carleton, Melbourne
Lller at this office last! Saturday after- When In need of Fine HATS, NECKWEAR n will. !'t

lion, when he presented the ADVOCATE -The ADVOCATE has entertained a BIIIUT3: COLLARS, SlIOKdi, -Mrs. A, K. Wlldon and daughter, Hotel ]Plaza And New Rockledge hotel The following hotels and boardinghouses \I-

nitor with a big bag of delicious grape- great many callers from in 10lut of CLOTIIING, or anything, clue In the Doris, after amending/ some three or Kockhxlgo, are now, opnn for the are open and rondy to receive I,

iult and oranges. town this week. "We are always pleased GE.VT3 FURNISHING line to four weeks In TItusvllle with her Benson Tlie New' Rocfclndge In now In guests, as will bo seen by the displayads. > '
go charge of Mr. Paul 1 A. Shares, on our 4th and 7tb ingest>
to welcome our friends to our sana..tum. Penney tic:: llrannlngX. Titusvllle Flu. mother, Mrs. J, S. Stewart and her sister :
,
I-Mr, T. J. Shave, a prominent real- JUJKI40Nvu.r.lC.Wlnd"r .
nt of Eau Gal lie was the pleas- Misses Louise Brown and Lucretia where Everything Is New and UV. o- Mrs Harry Wilson, left thin. mornIng Mr. Hurry E. Kailntonh, of Hot hotel.
} among
calleis nt this office on the 28th ult. Cousen were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE date. Penney: Mrannlnif. I ti> join Mr A. K. Wilson, who I I..* now Springs, Va", who held I the jionlllon, of ))lIv,1 hotel. _
u foreman of the Orlando Mar night clerk nt the Hotel Alcn/ar M. Aragon hotel.Westrnoieland.
,
|t) was on his way to Osteen with his office, Monday( morning, ere -It is not usual. for young ladles hotel.

lighter and bird dog, to do a little leaving for Rollins College, Winter Park, to run haunches, but Miss\ Bonnie Smith, At PENNEY & IJIUNNING'S, Titus Augustine l.txtseason, has returned to New Travelers hotel.
tin Ancient City for the winter.Take .
ootlng. They returned home. on Sat- where they are students. of Kocklttdge, is said<< to be an expert at vlllu! there are over one thousand New Wlndle hotel.Woife's '
l hotel.
day evening. TOILET SOAPS-A large line will it. The editor of this paper believes It, samples to select from. Let us make note of the ad. of the MlbUoiis DeSoto.European '.\ ",

I-Capt. Geo. G. Gleason, of St. Augus- arrive this week at the Red Cross for he saw some of her ability in that : your New Year's SUIT of CLOTHES. hotel, faint hooch, situated a short distance I'r.! AUUI1S'fINIC. 'f j ,

ie of the dredges belonging rharmaoy. Tltu vlIe.'! Hue, when she resided at 1'ompton Lake, Our Mr. O'Veal an expert In taking north of the lioyal Polnclann ho Hotel MttKnolla.St. .r. eAd': I
manager
I N. J. your measure for TAILORMADECLOTHING. tel. It will be found on our Ith page. George hotel. :; :., .l4'
I the E. C. L. C, &; T. Co., give: our -Editor Chariot II. Walton of the a- : \
)Florida house. ,
i.k !iIt:
It
We guarantee a perfect Is/nnnaged by Mr. J# C. /H. Timber> t .
lice a call on Tuesday morning lie] EAST COAs'r ABVOCATK* wants a. new -Mr. E. M. Ilolman, Worcester. lit. The very Latent !Style lake, a well-known hotel proprietor. Tire Lyon Building.MAO.VOII.V/ ,, .iaz .,
line to TItusvllle for the purpose of station building for TItusvllle.\ lie Mass., writes us that he and his wife and Hr IIlIrull.{ ;

Itting firewood for the dredge, which think the county town of Drevard Is entitled 51 r. and Mrs. Frank O. Price, of Providence Penney llrnnnlng, itiisville.. Mr. Merrill, like all other hotel keepers Magnolia Spilngs: hotol. \

|Ilbehere next week, to dredge out to some consideration. It Is-and R. I., will be In TitiiHvltle about -Miss IleNsle Townsend and Miss and well Informn I persons on tourist I'ALt,;VKA.

ulover canal. Mr. Walton can crave anything/ he asks the 15tlt: inst. Mr. and Mrs. Price and Annio Jones paid the ADVOCATE oftlce travel, preillcts'thnt the present season Graham hotel.

for.-St. Augustine Record. We think Mrs. Iloh tan: sailed for Jacksonville on pleasant call on Monday afternoon. will be a record breaker for the 1 )PAYTOXA.< ,
fie EDWIN CLAPP SHOE, for sale
nly by Penney fc Branding, Is, without the esteemed editor of tlio Record Is the Clyde Hteamer, Apache, on Wednesday Miss Townsend, who halls from Marlon, State, and expects to have the house The Gables f '

doubt, the swellent Shoe ever mistakenbut; a new, up-to-date station ; and Mr. Ilolman left, by train, for Ala., was a guest of Miss Annie, whileIn lilted to Its greatest capacity much earl New Clarendon HKAHIIKE/K.Inn. .

would certainly be appreciated by the Charleston, where he will join his partyon town, and said this was her llrst visitto ier than I It was last season..
Ihown In Titusville. To sell one pairo I OoolALr., .1
| customer, moans he will neyer residents of Titusvllle.Among' the steamer. They will make tile Titnsville. ; but her stay had been so Mr. John T. IRcowell, M I r. Palm) The Seaside Inn.w

.. ,. trip up the St. Johns River, and may delightful, that she hoped to pay anoth er's partner In the hotel management TirtmviLLr.The ':. r
>ear other Shoe. ,
anv
I the pleasant callers at tuts top at the Brock house Enterprise: for er visit to this place at some future time. has arrived at Hotel Magnolia, St. Sembler Cottage.The .
Penney Brannlng Tltusville.Mr. .
afternoon Mr. '
office on Saturday were several days, ere coming to Titusville. Miss Townsend left for New Smyrna, Augustine, for the season Mr Mac- Feaster Home.
and Mrs. T. F. Neving, Mr. J. and Mrs Chas C. Mast, who were married Wednesday, on a visit with relatives MKHUITT.River : .
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEWYear Dowell a capital hotel man, and l Is
O Dec. 7th.
2uald and Mr. Frank Nevins, prom- at Westville, on They View hotel.KoCKLKnOK..
l nt and well-known residents of Brook were on their way to City Point, where to all my customers, both oM ADDITIONAL LOCALS will be found ever oil the alert for some new sort of .

I, N. Y. were Monday's south' Mr. Mast owns an orange grove. Thisis and new, and those who are not in on ou 8th, page! entertainment for his, guests.Mr. . The Plu4ii.
among
Jnd passengers en route to their win Mrs. Mast's first visit to Indian River, either class. You have made this Fred C. King, the popular and New Rnckledge hotel.
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business prosperous, and I THANK Launch 'or Hale. dlerk EAU (lAL1da.Ilotel .
home and at Merrltt. and she is delighted with the cordial genial room of the Royal Polncl-
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grove
orange Sarno and Cottages.MKLIIOUIIXC. .
lough'1IIr. McQuaid Is over 00 years treatment she leas received from our you all. May the coming year hold, ana Hotel, and F. Murphy, steward for
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lie looks strong and hearty. Their people. While la New York, Mr. and for you blessings and prosperity. Launch 31x7 feet, draft 'M Inches, the same hotel passed through Tltuivllle Now Hotel Carleton. .

37 Indian River friends are always Mrs. Mast stayed at Hotel Marlborough, CHAS. A. OABD-fEit, Titusvllle, FU. Full Cabin; I'late Glass Windows, also Fruity last, en route to Palm New Brown house I

I to see them on the East Coast. They said the management of that pop- 9 b. p, :II cylinder, 4 cjcle: UOth Century Roach.: Mr. King l Is one of the most your riKKcic. '

ular hotel treated them quite royally, Dance Notice. Engine Address, Box 4'H: popular hotel clerks of this country.Mr. Almond Hoarding House. .

and hereafter they will, advise all their 20-26 Eau Gallle Fla. WEST I'\I.M DKACIC: ., I
To Pineapple Growers. Robert Murray' of the The Narcissus *
Friends to stay there when visiting New Notice hi hereby given that from this manager Cottages ;
Ponce da Leon, accompanied by Ins sister LaOrango-Sentinole.
York. date, dances will be regularly given In horse For Hale.

f S have secured the finest line of the Opera. House, Titnsville, every Mrs. Fletcher, arrived here Monday PALM Bea h. I5''
Hibiscus hotel.
sold in this Sur.e'or.s Transit evening for the season, and will at once
apple Wraps ever see Wednesday evening. First class Buggy Horse for sale;

and the prices are lower than wraps weight about 11 bundled ,pounds, six begin preparations for' the opening of ,FnrnNlietl Cottugcf, :For Kent I

been sold for before. Our Pinee Wanted, a Surveyor's Transit. State Pelican Inland KeHcrvutioii. years' old. Address, the world-famed hostelry. Mr. Murray ,

Crates are made by The Bond Co., price and maker. Address, E. B. TAYI.OK, Eau Gallle, Fla. agrees with, the other hotel men, that At Sarnn Hotel and Cottages. Fully It ,

ugh said.) Write us for prices >(Mt J. F. BELL, Parties desiring to visit the Island St. Augustine will enjoy an exception furnIshed kitchen, dining room, parlor

White City Fla. will remember that It is necessary to ally prosperous el&s'm.t.. Augustine and bed-rooms. I
representative will\ call on you later. '
obtain a permit from the Milk Cow Wanted. Address, J. WATKIX LET:,
warder Record.
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BT COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY Co., Eau Gallie, Fla.
Eau Gallle, Florida. Launch For Sale. I*. KROCOEL: Mr. T. Butler Smith, superintendent "C

19-21 Sebastian, Fla. Fresh milk cow. Address, stating of Uretton Hall, New York, and the Fine Property For Sale.

Furnished Launch 5.1; feet long, by 10 foot beam, price. R. N. 8iM\fots:> Mount Washington borel, X. 1[., was In ,
Cottages draught 30 Inches, round bottom,34 foot 1)Iulean(1 Wagon for Hale. 1M! Frontenac, Fla. TItusvllle. Two nice cottages, adjoining each
on Wednesday ,
shofwhlle "
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In North
other : Tltiisvilla, with an acre
glass cabin. Twin screw. Fitted for s T- having! come down Ormond In his
from of hammock and live acres of rich muck
Jghland Park Cottages, Eau Gallia Double wagon, also mule, cheap for Lap-robe J,mlt. .1
cruising party of twelve. Writaforpar-: aunch. Mr.( SmIth said It was rather land, suitable for truck farm. Good :
n River, Florida. Four, five and ticulars. J. E. VIXCEXT cub. W. R. CAMPBELL, cool to return by launch, so left on the river front. The larger cottage has three F

> room cottages, all new and nicely TItusvllle, Fla. 19,2 Melbourne, Fla. Lost, a heavy red lap-robe. Returnto sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs ,' ,
train for Ormond. He
shed; ready for occupancy Decemth. . Livery! Stable, TItusvllle, and get re- noon was entertained ; and a parlor sitting room dining 1
& by Mr. and Mrs. L. It. Brace a
|: reasonable room and kitchen below. The adjoin
Term for the sea- For Sale or Charter. ward.
Cheap For Cash.A _____ _______ : while at the lIaulo"r.I cottage: has two sleeping rooms and 'il.Ing il.q.
Congenial society. Hunting, flsh- servant's room In second story, and
nd boating. halt hour's call and 33ft. launch! ; full cabin and complete Round bottom Cabin Launch, 82x7): Decorative Ferns, I"alnu. Etc.Gloring I I Take note of the Marlborough hotel sitting room, dining room and kitchen ,

I walk to the Ocean. equipment; perfect condition, and feet draw 24 Inches. Good, comfortable ad. on our 4th page. This In oat of the below. Large, brick cisterns to both r,:,

", further in commission. Sp4ed seven miles. party boat. For particulars Plantsat well-known hotels houses. Adapted for a nice winterhome. ,
particular., write, now. applyto out my entire stock of and popular of :New I

Wx. R. ROCSCK: Address- Box 383, J. E. VISCKJTT A: Co., half price. Send for special price list. York City and l U managed by Mr. E. Apply to Oco. M. ROBBIMS,

4 Eau Gtllie, Fla. Jacksonville Fla. Tltosvllle Fla. 17-5 A. L. HATCH, Rockledge. FU. M. :Tlerney, of the Sweeney-TIerney Ho- Titusville Fla. h .j

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2" EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1905. 1 1GENERAL r

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engaged In removing mines DIRECTORY.U. .
ere were
Free and Ci _.... from Tucli buy a few days ago Mld- .. -

hlpnuui Dlmltrtflt cDlJcelUle Idea .B. SENATORS.

Masons. J. P..rallarerro,...... ., .... .,., .. .
Accepted .. ,/,/, ...* the Japanese .Jackenn?.
I? ? An ]Essential of Free that he could torpedo 8. It. Mallory.. ...., ...." ,.. ..,. .. .. ,l'pimuc.|ie I IV.
bouts iiiuler cover of liirknens.. as the ...................... 8. CONGRESSMEN. i

boats were very busy: mid enjoying a i. Robert W. Davis.... p..laka.
Government and 8. M. 8park.Plao..
fancied !
Indian N(). 00Tittisvllle w gectirity.Securing u fctenm launch' carrying a Wm. B. Lamar..:. "besot/cello/
River tube and accompanied by half U.. 8. LAND OFFICE.H. .
Personal Independence -;+ torpwlo Dliultrleff slipped 8. Chubb..., ,. .... .. .., .... .... ,.. .Regl.ter! :
a dozen volunteer W. O..Robln onOfflucv ,.... .. .. .. Iteeeh
Lodge. rV > Florida. By ELIHU ROOT out of the harbor nut succeeded In 1JOBD I at Oaino Tllle,Florida. or
Hold Its mofltmKt the enondaml fourth Frl- Benrchlifchtf
the Jnimne .
evading FLORULEGISLATURE
\
Ex-S of WarN
.a?of .ach month, at room Indian Itlver cr tiry
Hotel Tlturi'Ilia, at 7 do o'cl.n \>. m. Circling around the Japanese !boats K.:N.DlmickPalmlieach.. ,f\e.'r'r., ,
M. 8. !Ham' WorHhlpfiil Mutter G with the launch moving at top speed.tht' W. H.Jones, Titu.vllle.Repreenuu i... ,
V,A. Morgan Henlor Warden. midshipman came within striking i : EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
F,A, Loamy Junior War. J. M. Dlxon Treasurer.J.L.'arruthars distance
Bonretary. no country and in no ago have the practical pro\'i ions sped to a doBtrojer. There was an H W.. Clay V. Crawfwrtl..Secretary. Tr",a.y.a.n., .
Hoilor Umtoon.M. 'r
J. K. Walker
..11.K. Knirliitli Walton, :Senior Junior:: Slwwiini.A. Itnuaan.C. .. 6 of ]law designed to securo to the private citizen the application : explosion, und The the launch destroyer then sank sped Im toward f PRINTING Janice'V. N. 8heata.H. Wliltlleld... ". ,... Supt... . .Publlohtstntun ttneyOet.r, ,r 111,
mediately. K. E. McLIn..Carnmleeiouer :
.funlor Steward. for Aicriciili: u
A
Stowart of the of and
principles liberty justice ., .
Alone Ok rroom
,
\. Tr. A. Htewnrt,Tyler. the harbor, !but van not pursued: Cuniiitr" .V
.T. Clitronl It. Fouler. )
v Win. 11, AloKarland., Mamli.il.OltDKK uIjn his protection against official power been made so the JupiineHo/ evidently thinking that John Kradford..Acjiitaut-ietu Hurve>i>ren; \" i, ij".1,
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the destroyer had struck one of their : : It. E. Hose. .. State Tlu'a, i,\
r broad, so effective and adequate as in the countries Otlloc at TiilialmmiBB, Florida.
OK EASTERN STAR. own mimics.ar" .
the of the law and inspiredby .-. -- --:--" 8UP-RKMB COURT JUIM1K3.
following
Friendship Chapter No. ll.linldii lu meatliiKH course common .
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'' JI( tt. Mabry Chief
In the IM.woiiln 1.,1110, roan, TiMnvlllii, on tae Ju "
tine and third Tiuuuliiys. In OHCli mnnth at Ti.'K: the Anglo-Saxon ideas of PERSONAL LIBERTY .11 D e F.. H. ...Afgoolate.. .InM. .,.,. ,
K. Taylor
p. m. The following aro the olllours\ of the 4. .Ie I j).

Chapter Minn M. PROPERTY RIGHTS. i JJl] L r. of ALT K.NPS. . I T'/inMm RAILROAD H.Hr COMMISSIONERS chairumn . .
KatOEltowllrttw. ''< "wne, Ken
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r. A. Thero is ono general characteristic of our system of government 1. 'Iu..nfllrr.. .IJtUe It.', ,
Mm, 11'. Morgan, Amcx-late M. ,. ...
11'..... ii 1.. Kline K WIlHon,Trensurr.Mrs. Suo..tary.Mr. . which is essential and which it is the special duty of lawyers to guard : EYECCTFDZ a.. t,t. Bryan Dunn,"'. .. K.IHHIM MailiHeMKjuarterM ",-,I.n.
and ofilcen Tallalianwe.
..1211.('utherlno Dlxun Sams CumMotriM.Minn AmiiiolHte. . Con. with caro-that is, the observance of limitations of official power. S CIRCUIT COURT.at Kin

MH| JxHolu Hanilnm, Rnth.Mrs. THERE IS A CONSTANT TENDENCY TO IGNORE SUCH a i Z CHEAPLY, Minor 8.Jon.*.Tltunvllle..... .. ,Circuit,li",'iKt/ ,
Han. \V. Hoolilu, AiU, a'I; i J. II. l>cKt'", <'irlanil<>,....1'roHerutlnir Ati rnpSprlmt
Mm.J. Li. Carruth, Murtlia.Mm. LIMITATIONS AND CONDONE THE TRANSGRESSION .1 I I T)rui-Fourth Monday, in March '
t M. A. HcrlmnHour' luiilior.Mm. ARTISTICALLY, 2 Fall. ferni"Fourth Monday October
Gen. M. Itolililrm, Kleuta. PllOVIDED THE THINGIS lREVAni CU\Jl<'IY COURTA. ,
(). II. Walton Warrior. OF THEM BY PUBLIC OFFICERS,

..T.1. It.M.lHxon.Himrlnel.Walker, Murnlial. DONE WITH GOOD MOTIVES FROM A DESIRE TO i 1 nf and with DISPATCH.! D.. D.L.Oauld Penney,..-.ITonecutlnK County; Attiinit'v Judge/ .

J. L. Cfcrrutliers,Chaplain. A. A. Stewart..... ... ....County Clerk;I
SERVE THE PUBLIC. Such a process, if general, is most injurious. ( ). < SI.rlnpT.'m-8e; .. May,
Monday
- -- i . HunmierTerm-Second In Angina,
If continued long enough it results in an attitude of personal superiority i ii' Fall Tern-Second Monday in November
Winter Term-Second Monday In February,
on the part of great officers which is inconsistent with our in- COUNTY SCHOOL, BOARD.R. .

\ E. Mime Superintendent. ,.....Bonnventnr.
stitutions, a destruction of responsibility and independent judgment \i\\\\ Member : J. M. Dixon chairman TituMvllle
R. N.Andrew,Cocoa; J. K. *ulti,8inicebltilt.COUNTTT .
plea A on: the part of lower officers and a neglect of the habit of asserting t COMMISSIONERS.
flThe 1 I
legal rights the of the people. F. I J. R. Walker chairman, Tltimvllla; John R,
D11ATE( I.. CcUSIN on part OUR STOCK:OF&tfI ] Miot, Indlannla; R. A. Conkllnic;, Tlllman. ;John
B S C. Jones,Quayd.F.13.11White _.ty. Regular
a The who Told in offico ;
more frequently men great power are case of Miss Frankle sessions are be first Monday tit each monla.,

permitted to override the limitations imposed by law upon their Orser, of Boston, Mass., is interesting i. STATIONERY .' BREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. .
1 D.Penney,Tltimvllle;. .. ". ,. ,County Judge
>owers the more difficult it becomes to question anything they do, to all women. D. L. Oaulden, TltunvillH;. .. . ....>rot Att'r,
IS COMPLETE A. A. Stewart,Tltimville, ,. ..County Clerk,
and the people, each one weak in himself and unable to cope with '. DEAR MBS. PUHHHM !-back I suffered ached I i J.E.JI'W.. Woolen Hull.Tltimrllle.Cocoa ...... '"....". ".Tax. ,Tax Oollocfcir.ABHCUHCT: '
My
mlseryfors..eral years. ,Cohn Henry, TltiiBvlllo,.. ..., ...,Treamirer.
powerful officers who regard any questioning of their acts as an affront and I had bearl ng.down pains and frequent : YOU ARE INVITED R. E. Mime, IJunavent>uro.", ,. ., Snpt, Iiib. hut
headaches. I would often wake J. O. Fries Tit II vUle.... .. ..County; Surveyor.
gradually lone the habit of holding such officers accountableand from a restful sleep In such pain and J. V. Xrown.lt uinvllle" ....'..,...........!tl>prllf,
practically surrender the right ultimately to hold them account- misery that it would be hours before : TO INSPECT IT. 8.Norwood, Tltimville..Roplstratlon Officer,
TOWN COUNCIL.
TITUSVILLE
I could close my eyes again. I dreaded 11 l'l .
able. I ) i E. E. Rolllnn.nmyor: Van Worleyinarnhal and,
and days. .
the longnights weary tax collector:R. K. rylen\ clerk and treasurer. ,
.e
CONSTANT ACCOUNTABILITY OF PUBLIC OFFICERS FOR STRICT < physicians hoping to get relief, Morgan J. I..Carruthere.'W. H. Branning and
OBSERVANCE OF THE LIMITS IMPOSED BY LAW AND CUSTOM but, flailingthat their medicines did D.B ITItolmnl, councilmen The council meets
- IIret'ruell....' In each month.
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AND UNDOUBTINQ ASSERTION OF THE PRIVATE RIGHT OF THE not cure me. I tried Livdla E. Pink- TITUSVILLK BOARD OF TRADE

CITIZEN TO HAVE NO POWER EXERCISED ''OVER HIM EXCEPT IN liam's Vegetable Compound as I. O. M*. RobUlns president; .'. M. Dixon. tress
>fI ECHOES FROM THE WAR it was highly recommended to me. I am I.i urer,J. Ct. lta t, secretary. Meets itocmul' WeiI,
STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE LETTER AND THE SPIRIT OF that 1 did so, I soon found nendav nlsht In each month at their roonm.

THE LAW_THESE ARE THE ESSENTIAL CONDITIONS OF FREE that It was the medicinefor! for my case. | COAST
Very soon I was rid of every ache and t.. Ifyouwantogetth. ..,
Heroism of Mme. Stoessel the GOVERNMENT AND PERSONAL INDEPENDENCE. pain and restored to perfect health. (et/'S.' biggest. return for s ae//sti 4 N1

Saint of Port Arthur. THE EXERCISE OF POWER :NOT CONFERRED BY LAW and 1 feel have splendid gained have weight a fine a appetite lot."- I ADVOCATE i. "jlletlllfj gi.\.h.It111///: you your;; rout cau't labor ground all'or"J and, .."Otis 1 1/N/I rtlr'/

:MAY IN A PARTICULAR CASE DESTROY: MAN'S PROPERTY Mlas Fwax ain ORSER, 14 Warrenton : i, toplentanytbingbutj .:;..'_'
St., Boston Mass._$SOOO forftlt If originalof :
:MEALTIME UNDER SHELL FIRE NOR RESTRAIN HIS LIBERTY, BUT IT WEAKENS about tftttr proving ftnuliantit cannot d* pro-
autta. I PRINTING OFFCE. FERRY
THE TITLE TO EVERY MAN'S PROPERTY AND INJURES Surely you cannot wish- to remain i

.oen. on KuMlmt Kliclitliiir; Lin EVERY MAN'S LIBERTY, BECAUSE IT IS ONE STEP IN A -\venlcsick and discouraged, SEEDS
and exhausted with each day'swork. O .
When the Ilrvn.il Wuiroii Appenrnl.Jminnrma PROCESS WHICH, IF CONTINUED, WOULD BE DESTRUCTIVE Homo derangement of tho : :. -th.atsndardaftertayean1'
: Tribute to Ilriive I lu.c..- feminine is responsible ,feet. They alwayfl prodiiL*
OF OUR FREE INSTITUTIONS. organs ......NN.NN..N.NN. the lurvtmt and nurvtitoropH.
tltn Olltavr :.>l.>lt at One nt the for this exhaustion, following All dealvrn aelltiiem. ,
c....'. 1I.I.hh..n.I ,Abundant evidence that our peoplo have not becomo indifferent any kind of work pr effort. Need. Our Annual iau)
E. Pinklmm's Vegetable
Wlille the vorlil mllltnnt In full of to these necessary limitations is furnishedby tho frequency with which Lydia Compound will help you just as tree.M. FIBRV on rtiqueauD. 00..
I It has thousands of other women. DSTROIT, MIOH.
>ralMO for (lencrnl Anutolo BtoeHHel'u political opponents impute disregard of them to public officers. THE
I _ _____ u____ ___ _ _ _, _ . h ___ ______
desperately heroic defeimo of fort Arthur CHARGE IS OFTEN UNFOUNDED AND OFTEN: MADE

too little Is nuld of the uinKnlU-
,
UI'ON SLIGHT FOUNDATION WITH GREAT EXAGGERA
cent and devoted share that Mme.

Stocssi'l UHH had In that work siiya u TION. But the fact that it is made shows that political leaders

special cubic dispatch from St. I'eters- recognize that if they can make the people believe that a public

burg to the :New York American nnd officor haa usurped power ho will be condemned without regard to :
Journal.; Uvnvriil) StooHHel Is undoubtedly

the hero of Port Arthur. Mine.StoeHsel his motives.THE .
.
ia surely Its heroine, while hegarrison CRY OF EMPEROR, CZAR AND MAN ON HORSEBACK IS

,'. culls her Ita sulut. BUT' AN EXTRAVAGANT APPEAL TO AN INSTINCT WHICH OUGHTTO -..; I

When ictii'ral SlooHMt-l was culled to )EXIST, AND HAPPILY DOES EXIST, AMONG US AGAINST SUB
serve la the fur net his wife followed -
MISSION TO UNLAWFUL AUTHORITY, HOWEVER TRIFLING. MAY BEITS
,.tlm. When the nko of fort Arthur
EXERCISE AND HOWEVER BENEFICENT":' ITS DESPOTISM.The .
begun Kilo ilkl not thltilc fur u moment 'I .-

of leaving tho Invented fortress und extravagance and lack of foundation for many of these appeals \ 1

from tho lime the drat gun was 11 red ,
however involve the danger lest the cry of wolf should bo
she took on hoi-Hvlf the dlrvctlou of the
ambulance Borvloo.* Her work In that hoard so often that} men will become incredulous and indifferent and

: post woe BO Hplondld that soon the Holders : turn a deaf ear to statements and proofs! of real encroachments, ,
ciyn to iiml; her im a providence -
u i>rotectrens with whose life :MADE WITH MODERATION: AND NOT FOR POLITICAL \, ,

wan linked that of tho \Lioslcged city. EFFECT, and that thus indiscriminate and unfounded charges This la the anti-friction roller bearing used In all the 'I',
.\n.ll:1o It 'lIme to that when on .
,, : IUIHK the innocent shall the 1 Walton Blocks, which is pronounced the finest In the world.
tho 3d of August last Miuu. Stoestsel.If1. against servo as a protection) to really cuiltv. Si

while uilulstoi-ltijf to wouudod. soldier,
wall seriously Injutvd lu the shoulder "Tlio eoimulsHiirtnt' men with wagons nl'MO he took his revolver from the holster -

by the friiKiiiout of n nhull u general and baskets' came forward bravely and put a bullet through his brain.

; grief, mingled with fright, was spread throiiRl the' bursting Japanese shells. Immediately tho commanding otlicerof A NEW INVENTION.
throughout the cltndcl. The feeling of Bread bread! roared the goldlers. the Japanese' ordered his men to present I

l'' Borrow anti dread was even experienced .\everyone of them looked happy arms before tho corpse while the

'. ut St. retertdniric. and was lu- and nniiwed na children with Christ- entire troop burst Into cries of "Ban- "

..tensllled by the receipt of UoncrnlStoesscl's rails toyn... All snatched eagerly and I call! Banzai! to show their admiration : Recently Patented all [Over tlIe*'World.
s pathetic IIICMHIIKO that Port can never target the horrible laugh of the Uusslim's courage.

Arthur would be hid tomb, a message and Hcrnmblo which began when a

It Is siilil which wus written by the shell knocked n wagon to bits killing Ho wns n young lieutenant, known

I bedside of Ms HtrlcUt'iivlft>. the driver and strewing) tho blade throughout Japan as "the hero of itotlenllng. The Walton

hut wonderful to say, live days oft hunk all over: the ground. Tim soldiers ," writes 1... A. McKenzie: lathe . .

er being! wouudet.-that Is, the Mb ot ,, conscious of nothing but hunger, London Mall.
August- ln1l'. StooiMt'l lulttril the 'Juuapt'U from their positions and struggled / At the Russian attack on that pass
bospltal and linuictllntely iiuulo n tour buffeted. and butted one another. oa July 4 ho slew' a baker's dozen with c Self-Locking Tackle Block.

of the forts to reassure the garrison "Tlio dead innii In the middle of the hH sword. In tho advance of the flank-

Smuggled! loiters I cclved at St. Petersburg hrend watt not even looked nt. Then lug forces Ltnoyang he was among: 1.
This
Joad-hoidll1gblock made la
/
ilewcrilKj thU( Visit as being; another ,shell foil. It drd not explode. the foremost Charging!: with his men varous -
one of the mont 'touching htcliloiita ot Hut nobody nave the soldier whose through a Held of giant millet he was / shapes and sizes, of WOOD, IRON

tho sloge. Menvept, while others toot It had! 1
knelt down by couirmules ami kissed ullghtest: attention and not until every 11114.,1wllich\ : tore< nwny part of hU lips with rope chain or wire rope.

the lieui of the Kiilhuit WOllllII i dress'' nun hud ''''l'ur.Itilt dinner was the buttered his teeth nnd wounded thoi Will work at any bight, upside down,,
as though she were a 111I1 nt. shell remov<'lt." I Ilp! of his \uHo was onlerod to .
1J 4 horizontally, or at any angle, nnd will
ilve, and behind a slight' shelter theSel'd i
, A UusHlnti corret-jxindciit with Jon The UiiHso-JnrmnoHo war abounds' lurontnnvt stop and lock nt any point.

erul Orloll'H force nt the battle oIJnoynnjj and deed! of chivalry, nays n surgeon did his quick work. Do L Invaluable! for every kind of business
I spite hU pain the man was to
seen
\ ) gives;: the following- plctun special cubic dispatch from Tokyo to where a Hock Is needed, frequently saving
smile and attempted to tuumhle some
''iiiuo 1I1'I'Olillt of the feeding of the the Cleveland 1'lala Dealer. The Japanese the labor of
one man or more.
word lu hilt ,
now bl\lrrellsp4.'Cch Those
lire by no means stow to .
Russian soldiery during battle, says recognize \ '
, the London Standard: valor In 'at. enemy, as Is witnessed around strained their earn to catch bUmeaning. : Nothing like it for hanging or stretching
that occurred The young lieutenant's mull wires.
by an
"lluugor wurlttvu on every man Inctle1f .
face u starving, volllsli hunger several I days ago Wlj.:: f' deepened and he made a motion with w t ; Address all communications to -
which intensified the ferocious expreHslon4 Commandant O.lriia-'nttul'hf'tl; to the hla head toward his hands and ftet."They're I 1 ', v -

men. of the dirty,, tired und nngry stair at of Tokyo General of a Oku-touching, wrote sl.en"l1lcl1 to his family mured." "I still can there still," ho tight thickly the mur Hussions. i Ill Sit h''h'I; ,; Walton Self-Locking Block the'i i F T'and


".\t 2 o'clock deafening roar rang: he observed during one of the recenteiiKugouients. (Incorporated.( ( ) '
all along" the trenches. I turned ;: The captain: of a company
may The: fort Arthur newspaper ;XovyKrai : Office Wareroom 4dl Atlantic Are ql I
of Siberian
tiharpsuootera ordered
look for
glasses to charging Japs but II
\: copies of which were recently I '. Vll'I I'' '
" my ear soon distinguished not the liU l men to charge and dashed In Near Lowe's Wharf, Elevated Station.
brought to C'livfu by the
t martial I 'Crn,' but a triumphant shout front of' them only to become awareIn torpedo boatdestroyer BOSTON, MASS. +'
It.intoivpny, prints details of
et 'Khleb, khleb ItUleb (bread)!" I a few moments that not one of them all
a daring exploit which resulted lit the I
don't think If the commander In chief had moved.lie ( Sample Blocks can be seen at the ADo l
had ridden up on hla white horse be kept on. however and when JustIn Inking of u tour funneled Japanese I Ij I it I ,ilt I VOCATaofiiceTitnavilleandatthestore; '\
would have got such a reception. front of the hostile column of Japa destroyer.Japanese. of S. B. Ilubbartl tfe Co., Jacksonville-
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EAST COAST ADVOCATK:, JANUARY 6, 1905. 3

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Professional Oards.CEO. IN vard THE rmcnr COURT. IN AND FOR BRE- .' dr2lt'llJ< i tt i n divorce. for ilest-r I'I
County, Florl .9 Tim they could bt married unit i r'J ;: .
:
Kxeoutrlx Mary E.S. Lieeranw,:nsl: t till part of the world. Hekneuopotilnc \ i : >\n\ its cnrnbinedtherapeuticaction:
I when the
ROBBINS.ATTORNEY amt as sola I Mist)
M. tlir bluod and
the mucousP1j
I-cicatwt under the will I X..I. \ In Iltivnnn. hl. upon

of Aaron A. l)8 grauw, J. Bill to Forec.lose ?. .1111\11,1 fi-iki-' <'c">iiiiM) >nse to her A 1.. ,IJIHkliullti IIICn1t.rane, Hancock's. LiquidSulphur
AND COUNSELOR deceased I Mortgage. ClearedBy .. ,# positively and _surely
VA found !Le \ uli> tlie"iw >. r
AT-LAW. Wesley B. Stout, et al.J >\' !" she renp'itotl "T.over'! Anti [ "' << Cures

Will practice in State and United States To Notloe Wesley to Xon-ltaslihtnts.H, Short' au,' his wife Jury E.I.I Kate 1'1. Chary lie .jnnltM little. before the grave \\\'U\ \ -llIX! \(\ ;1l;
In hr ,
'
eyes.You
Stout i-oni
Court. ,, of *>uea1' (;rove. state of New Jersey, ; \ Catarrh
Kliialiptli: M. !stout! of Lorh Arbor near Anlinry u would IIIIVP me break mv' elf ,
"..rk. Xew.....rsey' It. Tenllroeck. Cnpyripbt 1994, by Rate ]'>I. ClMryNnbol : '
Stout and
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. Ills legriultf! loyalt.v.uaiiKrupt '
pielitt1! vows' / my )
wife, Kuua stout' of Lukewood., Now Jumay. \)\ GERP.liICIDE Catarrh \tn < '1litutlonnlti.J i

You are hereby required to appear to the Bill my IIr.- flU' \,'lInU" She J .' ,,111,11.! Ittment alone

L. GAULDEX, of Shove Complaint untitled. hurt-ill Cloth.against you In the 1 had known that the mt'ethllo paused< l, shaken by the revulsion", of \ \'t I ,,:;. -''-<(! /: -' u/' will not cure h. Sulphur is. tile
before 1
cause on or the uth
day of "" U
,
D. February IUtIll. with him would lie u shook but she ff,'lnig that overwhelmed her. Wa / \ I grentesttcrmicideknuwttandat.
1
The EAST COAST AmorArK a I tins l ler :Ideal II liner 11'UI1 this", manpe. .....\; "'"" I L y lutrmletsbutpowerfulconstitutionbuilder.

ATTORXEY-AT-XAW ]\\"h..ll\t... 1'Itnevllle Klarldu In h now""a/cr[/ [put... liiul truslcil to the hope that;, being ..' isli >1I..ll>lIl1ll'. wearisomely\ pert "...'..> 11t!:,."r"I c \ ( \aluchua been rccojf- .
e'I. the forewarned she would also be fore.urntttl. /
.w.I"II'.r| In which this order shall ho \;. !Lx nizcilfornKetihutnll iticuraticeffectaweru
WIJ1 practice in all the Courts of the State pubhehodotceeaehweek for four "" ,"li'nt-tlie hero she hnd enshrined\" inher ,,:. .; .
ot Florida, and tile United States Courts weeke. connocutlve Anil she felt helplessly; furiousto ? never obtainable, till the discoverer i
I realize Unit alto had cold and heart of Hancock'I So
i. O Iki*,238. TITUSVILLE:, FLA. .Wl.tineiI! nlY hand and'' the seal of salt" l Court grown "I i u>'b. hush" !" she said brokenly. Liquid Sulphur. poai-
lith day of l>.)"emlier, A. 1>, liM)4.) white tho liiataut ho stood before her. tie it in action\ that we guarantee( it la

(Seal) AA A'I'E+VAitT, Mio had \bi-on crossing, to the parlor "1111>1h!" A lure Cntarrli, IiczrulnAcne. ItchHandruffKinnorinrricklyJIcatl -
F. J. WEBB Clerk of mild ( durt. from the dining room after luncheon I 1U- thought; she spoke thus beonuwof odes >ij'htlie

18o&t fly O. A. S'rWART, the I approach of others. Two men I 7 via Sore Btouth nml Tliront, (Irnjiulated
L> > Clerk. when toy Cameron had come iilonu:
ui uty
ATTORNEY.AT.LAW It. L. Gaul.Ion, Sdllcltiir for Complainant. the hull. I vitro lentila against, the hulk of tin Eyelids, anti till hsrnes of the Scalp

Will\ practice In the Courts of the 7th ."Isiibel! lie cxcliilnioil his voice low bout! on the further side. ?Hut it was -. HANCOCK'S LIQUID SULPHUR OINTMENT

Circuit. Taxes paid for non-resldentu nod slgnlQctiiit. "Isabel! oul\ after idle had spoken that she rem LtQiiip tt .ptiU4t Prepared' enr.clitlly' for Iliirns, Rcnlils.OpanHuras
and rents and accounts collected. I N THE CIRCUIT COURT IN: AND FOR BRK- OKnlzod her hU>4UIIIIII'1I voice. sx\uwsenst., Canted 1'urts, Raw HurfucdM Dolls
yard County Florida. She was uioru beautiful thiui the girl ._ .n-n-- lilac Kouilineia of Face ant llaudi, and
It'were for certain know I Iedge I-
I not
TirusviLLit, FLORIDA. The he bad wooed. She hud bloomed out In "If n all II! kli 1)I.e.....
or
County Ilrevnrd of the State of Florida Travis he win *
,
vs5argart the atmosphere of luxury and lu the 11)eaee'sSttI, ells "" t J gold at..11..11..1 hl 1.itrnir ntoivs XVrltA for free bookleton
th o lo. Ing. "I would not have urged tilt clilU U.oiirauvasiiil IUU"ureoNnhthur,
ansurctl social position that had come
A.PEJfXEY wife, lung and dearly though HANCOCK LIQUID SULPHUR CO..
To Margaret Doode' foil to all persons IncoreHted to her with her innrrtaKO. And he to bo my s--- 1__ IiatllmoreAfd.
In' or having HUIIH upon tlm (oh lnwing doserihed 1 hud lovitl her. It was not even that
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, In IIrol''tll pinpert| tinnily : that tract of laud lyliiI found this new charm Immensely nttructivH. I roiild help her family out of a illrtdittlculty lwlT-lffoI -JLAtLYAND
( Florida, to-wlt: lit) rcjulcod that the Juliul -
FLORIDA. Coiiiinenclne whera the 1 of them nor yet
TITCSVILLK nnrth line of the north- were one
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all the courts of the 7th east II. townMh'quarter',.of'.'' the Hoiuh.northwest iinirttr of nm>tlon his she gave him tin instant trembled lu wholly because I was aware of the rA.R r 'otEYHINfYCURE.topa
Will practice in rage 37 IntiTum-u own. Hut his eyes i, that dwelt us It ) : :9 ;
the. water* of Indian' River:run thunoe went a- unstable character of the man for ;
Judicial Circuit. lontr! the north line of aiiM inonilonuil gunner lu fascination upon her face were dink whom Sill had, 1 understood a girlishlui'fercnei Ih.coulth and li.. .lung. F1'! '.. .. itlrtneyer.dttillddor'Rlght
Home 10 chalim to the ,
west line of mild I nuiirter.. with unutterable reproach
thence run mouth aloiiK tliu Kiibdivmlon Ino.: *. It was chlelly beoauso 1 1kuew 1
Her first words were piteously defensive.
A. TK03T 40 chulim to the Kouthvmxc corner or the noiuh-
I could not live long. I've hear
G east quarter of the- northwest, quarter of aid, S 'rF WANT A.
section II. thenno rim ant on the nulidivlnloii trouble-of nu (Incurable" kind my doctors you ..
ATTOUJTEY-AT-LAW Ih..IO "It was all In the papers she faltertiL -
ehaliiB. thence
run north twelve and, a tell\ me. She does not suspect, ocourse. ---
half uhalim.thnnneeaat chains "Every oue believed It. Your
: more lees ,
or
Will\ practice In all the Courts of the 7th to tho water of Indian River thence meander. the << "' Slut is all\ that 1 U sweet and
own mother accepted news
pf
Judicial 1 Circuit. log;the waten' edge northwesterly to tile point your jiiiro' and 1 wOlllanl)'. Hut It dues", mogrxxl
of Imirlnnlnu, ex,'epthig about two acres beloiijllnu death as trui.
) !: to R. W. Oon.... to know that one of theso days .Building Lot
FLORIDA. been lie
TrruaviLLK, "I wish to trod that It had )!
ion:
are hereby notltlud to be and appear In when she Is free again site will havethe ..
tinedroultb0rtin snit for Krerard County, said passionately. "When later I rend
Florida, at the Clerk's ollloe. upon. rule day in of lUul"rlnltwcll, I hated tlioso protection of my name, even
OTEPIIEX E. FOSTER, February, A. n.l lees lielnir! the tlth day of Feint your though I nut no longer with her She
ary A. 1) I'liis! to show, what; Interest you have, who pulled till Spanish knife out of my I / or a lot with a HUILMNO:' KKADY FOR OCCUPANCY,
ATTOltJTEr.ATLAWJyalUpchurchJBuildioK In the above tleMo.lbe.lla"I,and to nliow oaimti side!!' will bo still u young and beautiful woman -
why 20 feet wide rtifhc-of-wuy for a publlo road and ft very wealthy ono. You LAN )t'OHN ORANrtK OUOYE
lioiild not be taken over said land' an prayed She shuddered her sweet lips pulIng
: Jax. In the I'lamtlfT's petition nl.dtn thin ciaiinn In "But you look quite well; quite like understand, 1 um only telling this to IMNKAPPr.K: PLANTATION or TRUCK] HARDEN,
the ClerkS olllce for the use of the IMamtlir, asa In confidence, because you are
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. riRlit-of-way barred.ordered for a public roi",1 l,or else be forever your old self." she said anxiously yon such an I old friend and 1 could not We probably hAVe for Illle'jn"t what you are eelclnff.
"Oh I got over that hurt all right.
at the Clerk' otBce at Tftiixvllle, bear to helve you doubt my motives Settlers are Hocking; in but Btlll there la room. If you are '
S. BURXIIAM, M. D. rinrlda, thin the !4tli day or lecembor,1914. It's the other I can't get over. Put ou -
N. (Ct. Ct. Seal.) A. A. STEWART: your hat aud come down on the beach, Shall\ we walk on? looking thin way, drop a line to .
ID-fl\ Clerk of Circuit Court. They went back toward the town I I'
Isabel that If husband doesn'tobject"
Is.
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, your oblivious of the two lathe shadow of JAS. E. INGRAHAM Bra l9oe.Yreeldent I''
be added with a alight sarcastic ,
Ear, Nose and Throat. Master's Sale. curl of handsome Up. tic boat. .
JLOKIDA EAST COAST
Isabel quickly and looked out R'Y
rose
\VEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. She drew herself up proudly.
UNDER AND HY VIRTUE OP" A FINAL "My husband," she snld coldly, "ob over the tumultuous waste of waters ST. AUOTJSTINE. FLA.
e. In foreclosure entered In the 'lr- A fluctuant color was hot In her cheek _. .
R. UOUOHTOTTS"" full Court for the Herenth Judicial Cir jects to nothing that I do. I will go --- ,
D cuit of Florida In and I for JIMvar.lofllm'Ylln n with you for a short walk" Her eyes) were full of a brooding brilliance -
cause therein depen'linK, wherein Al.try J'. S. Cameron had never seen In
l)eirrauw ax executrix the estate of. and asSole And she told herself the while she
FLOATING DENTAL APAR1'MENT.Ion ; legatee under the will cf Aaron A.D Kraiiw, flung OM her (golf cape and crushed a them before. Florida Oranges and Grapefruit .
deceased In complainant and Kate M. Dawson, "You heard?" she, asked him. "Yo
the little scarlet Tain o' Shunter down ou
"Dentos( et al., are ilHfendanig, I.as Hi.eclal Matter In
husband who
Chancery, will sell at pnbllosale, In front of the her dark hair with hands that still knew that was my I"
Now ON TUB! INDIAN RIVER. Court House door at Tltnavl lla, Klorlda. ,liatween spoke?"
tile legal hours of sale, t<>the IilKheRt and heat shook that tlila was tho only time she her ATM KAHT/V: VFORTAnMW WANTED BY
blilder for cash. 011 the 11th day or February A.n. would speak with him nloue. She Ho nodilfd, misunderstanding "
The Largest and Most Complete 1UUA, the seize being( the tlrst Monciav In Bald owed him' un explanation, and be emotion. "If what he said Is true, "' ,

Establishment South. month real and estatoeituutedvln the the following county of tlencribed Kra-- should have :It. He must not be per. abel. I-will wait." Morsoz-s.: M. Clark:: I 1

varilState of Florida, She liarml out him then. He ,
or o much thereof a* witted to construe her emotion at sight on

will satisfy said decree and costa, to-wit of him Into belief that she still harbored would walt He was not fit to brush 110\ Murmy Street: New" York.
GEO S. HACKER & SON All Lot 4 and 0,of Section 30, In Township 31,
whom he
the shoos ot that other man
South Range 30 Kant except ten acres oar the a romantic attachment toward
South side of salil lots, heretofore conveyed by flouted! That other man whom aim
him. i
the parties of the first I
part to Setborn Jones by
hoed recorded Deed K.k "1'."on pane 847,of r r r r .- honored-whom she loved! Sue spoke Member of'Lhe National League of Commission, Merchants Cr the Untteil. State*.

I tbe records of llrevard county, Florida, containI Towering cliffs hid them from the In no uncertain terms. )He quivered 1M
I I mints acro.. : -Stencil: and Quotations Cheerfully Fern lshod-
of her disdain.
I with tho merited!' ( sting
Also 1012, of Suction 12. Township 32, South sprawling, fashionable town. The roar

Range 311 Bust;' containing 35 acres, of the surf clime up to them In a low, Hut he understood, last. And when - -"-- - -.- -,. I I
Also Commencing/ the Rnnm line 31.7/5/ she had flung/ away from him and wan

chains ToWnMhl north,) 3J!. of Hnuili southwest IUnne40 corner Sect of at Mention the liind 7. behind booming over thunderous the vistas",monotone.of sand Ahead and, walking rupldly back iiloiw he followed P. Ruhlnan & Co. :

line of K. 11 LaHoiihu them go West IJ..MI: chains and caught up with her. .
more or lass to the Indian River thence run vast surges of the oceuii, hung a fog, _
North along till hank of mild IUver id dense In "1'10\ away" tonight Forgive me It I
yards Jo Illusory, silvery, mysterious
the land line of land formerly owned 'hv W. It.Sunders visible you can. 8...'i), the mist Is clearing off." :201: ( Washington; St. ) NEW YORK "
thence: East to: Atlnmlo Ocean, 47 Its rifts phantom ships were 1):1): M iirrny Struct. '] N. Y. '
,911 chains more or lens, theme Southerly alonu the I Upping and courtesy Ing ou their iiolse-, The silvery veil was rolling up like ._ :4,
0I'8..nloach to said K. IttL.Iha'IIc'.line'. helnnoftposita less course. a scroll from the tossing.:, peevish billows - -

Went along ti> the said point Una,U.IIO of flnumiaiH'ttinent.ChILhlM to point thence of l>... "It's all very harmonious," said Roy , and the sun was shining forth ; .

ginning: bang. 'imrcof Lilt 3, Hm>tlon !'.>. Town- Cameron grimly. "Might/; have been dazzling, resplendent!' Oranges, Pineapples .
ship Si: Mouth Kanua ;all i> .aMt. and of Lots 3 and "
cleared she
MANUFACTURERS OF "The mist has ,
4. Section 7Tnwnship32SonthiRange 40" KIIHC, made to order us a setting for our little I quite
Doors Sash containing' 211 acres more or loss, with allriparian comedy eh? Nothing around m I said. And then lower, "Tunnlc (Jodl"! I
Blinds I
rights, That night Itobert 01"111110. marvel '
JOHN IIEXRY: but vague obscurity-and! we three and Florida Fruits Our Specialty. 1

& Material 1).Or.uMen, Siisclal Ma t>r In rimnnery.gj. i the most hopeless, of all tho ghosts that fag nt her greater gentleness of word,.

Moulding Building Attorney for Complain UO-B i walk! the new tenderness of her smile thrilled We represent Boveral of the Inigost shippers' In your State, and wind t\o represent I

\-e-thrt'e'/" she not to think that perhaps his one wild
'
Office A \Varerooms King opposite repeated com-
dream true after all and you also, Give 11M" trial slilpment Established DO years.JCNTAHLHHICI .
was coming
Street.Charleston .
Cannon OVER FIVE THOUSAND OF W ALton's prehending."You
tluit he might win the love be so .
and 1-and the ghost of our ''I
S. C. Rapid Calking TunIs! now In use I. '- -- "I
by boat owners In the Unlte l StiteK. vanished happiness! he said. era\"eel. : : ) I 7U.M. ,

Price :tl.OO aDd I:tOO each, at the Ai "Oh!" !she! murmured. Then for a "Dear," she. said to him "It in such

Sash Weights Cord am VOCATE office, Tltiuvlllo Fla. llttlo while they walked on In silence. a beautiful world. I am Iridlng out '

"Isabel." ho naked suddenly bending thnt-I am happy! Lane & Son t 4.

Hardware. t forward to look Into her| averted face, Ho bowel his head over her hand .
,
"why did you marry that rich man?" that she wlJ>(lIt not see the rapture lu ,

Window and Fancy GJa .t3 8 r i! arms Her at wifely the Insinuation.pride fOliO instantly In bill sweet.eyes. And both found, the silence 250;; WAaillNdTON 8TICEKT: NEW YOUJT. ; "



A SPECIALTY. i ri were"You urich speak ns man though only,"Robert she, said Graeme Indignantly. SHOPPING IN FEZ. Southern Fruit and Produce I ',':

"Ilo la white
a good man-a ray halt the fries U..d..I. Grab

pOo and honorable innn." Your Ci..o
"But you did not love him," Cameron A white visitor to Fez. In )Morocco IEivdIOTcIta.ct2n.ta-

went on mercilessly. "Aud you were once went shopping In the bazaars: of ;

() C". engaged to me." the city nitf'ompanled' !by a servant of FLORID II
PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
5ToGx POULThPDICING erc7 0 s ...) "They told mo you were dead In the the sultan, who told him to see to it I1

a 625; g: Philippines! she burst out, harassed that the shopper was not cheated by'that

s0 und cugcr to have the talk over. "My greedy merchants. At tho thrust Stencils, Card and our quotation furnished on ajiplicatlon.FOLEYSHONET , t.,

8 brother Frank was In tremendous mon shop! visited the would bo customer

U f n ,etary dimcultle. There was disgraceof asked to Us shown Momt>th7ng' that .

I some. sort alx-ad for him. Motherwas rested on a high slielf.. Tin lazy- merchant FOLEYS Y TAR TTAR I I!!

This great stock. medicine is a I II = : ;2j i e; breaking her heart over the whole only yawned and said he would Ouris Coldsi Prevontt PneumoiMn f' .11"4,.", ..,.. -11I_. Ae..saaee ''

I money saver for stock raisers. It a matter. And tlien-then Itobert asked rutlicr sell something from the floor, f j'j'TDE

[ is a medicine, not a cheap food or I a me to tie his wife. I knew he could! which he would not have to rise to get. j

condition powder. Though put up j : j Foe fix up everything. Besides I was very This angered the sultan's sen'llltt who AnvoC711.TIi3: : eTOI3 C>F.Ji1IXOIiJ: : fttf i I

in I fond of him. 1 always Admired him oracle the merchant hand .
coarser form than Thedford'sBlack.Draught Q lOCl not only -
OUK( TRIO KH: ARE )RimiT ,.
much! she ended defiantly
very down the article required !but when
renowned for the I II t'
I cure of the digestion troubles of I .AliI"' he said quietly-too quietly. the price was named lul<4 duwn half __ _____ +r r 1'1'e

prawns, it has the same qualitiesof ) g. n "That was the way, was It?' the amount, grubbed the goods and r\':.\
invigorating digestion stirringup U, They hud walked rapidly, quite out- made off. :a: -. .. S IB XXJ", M 0 0 i

the torpid liver and loosening si $ .O"cP stripping all the others, sauntering In Tim shopper protested, but the servant SIT, lUG w. Hay /It., JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA. | !

the constipated bowels for all stock .c Isd4am the same direction. Isabel was breath. hiughed and sold It was till cuxtonu I'
less from haste. The bulk of an old
and poultry. It is carefully pre- 1..2 of the country. This wan repeated at f

pared and its action la so healthful i boat drawn high on the beach offered several I shot) without eliciting; u pro- fl \ s ..
1\4.JUthQ'r8..t
shelter from wind and the / r
the rising ( ;
that stock grow and thrive with an b 5- w'avea. testitt one place, though the mer- . r rt
too Insistent clamor of the
occasional dose in their food. It t chant refuiteil, to give up his goods: In

cures hog cholera and makes hogs Mrs. Graeme sat down on an embank- that way nn "I"It 1ltt
ment of sand children bad madeIn t
E-t flame( to 111 treat '
grow fat. It cures chicken cholera 0 ear and an uilmonltloii] not m ,
the shadow of the boat. .3
and roup and makes hens Jay It I b the sul tan's-bite friend S ,1 r

cures constipation distemper and I CIJ "Oo ; := "I shall rest n" few minutes. Then Later the two visited the markets alb Ait
she
said.
will back
| colds in horses, murrain in cattle I w +tQN (' we go where everything was sold ut auction.

and makes a draught! animal do She was wholly unprepared for tile The auctioneer- stetned always to wear .
violence with which he broke Into I
1 more work for the food consumed. f fewer clothes than any ono cdup Ills) 2 rs
,t
dtC speech.
[ It (gives animals and fowls of ail'kinds method of Helling walt curious He
1 1
lss. : "DackT You. would go back to htm S01
new life. Every farmer and I would take a piece of goixN" from a I no,4
'i When It 1 I" I. Isabel-I, who have the
out to
raiser should certainly give it a | nearby shopkeeper! and start
trial. '4'aQ : best flrat. real right to you! If it ,Iwere Hell It on coanmlsttlon., Holding It an, i
11\ 1 not for that accursed blunder i '
f" :f fP
It costa Z"e. a can anti.saves ten | I high tM poMstMe he would call for a rrt ;,
"' about death would have been
'
| times its price !in profit. my you bid. Then Lo would start on the run 1-Z.
j! for JC
waiting me still. '
around tt ninrket./ If any one wished I ,
White, stricken, _shocked she sat P/P7/ '
Prrnatmo, ::1[...., March M,1994.i B"i to examine the nicrclMiidlite the auctioneer dlqIhir1
i I bars been nsln*your Black-Drvoght. 8 there while he fated on. She had never would drop It Into lit* hnnd>>. rN
Stock and Poultry Uedlcln on my 28li Imagined such madness. nor such +felflehrwm. f und then rw
took for ioma tim.. I bays used all d take the bid I 1C one wall made ,
for It all of himself he
klnda of Block food but 1 bare found I vran resume bU run around the place ,f !
that roan; .. iba best tor ror pvrpow r spoke-all for himself he cared. He clrculU of ?
1 three
1 A When be had made
J. B. BA380N. would anise her mo. lie had great possibilities article
the market lie would turn the i. I IAlZ'ontA
which she ;
could
t only Inspire.If over to the highest bidder,-New York for the Palwt JUrewlne; Co. r
ah* would only go.away for awhile
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4 EAST COAST ADVOCTE, JANUARY 8, 1905.

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31AOMOLIA SPUINOS. I JAMES. PRITCHABD. President: WM. M. DROWN, Vice-Presldent

II I BAST COAST ADVOCATE. Fort Pierce. WINSTOX' S. BRANNIKQ, (.:aahlel'.

:tNaa.gc..o io. Spric..gs: ::2ote1:: ,

l *W> KLT JOUBlfAI DBVOTBD TO TRill DIVCLOFMBHT Kov. VanAntvferp, of New Yolk, who (St. Johns River) MAGNOLIA SPUIKGS, FLA. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

or TUB INDIAN BIVEH, LAZE U Btopplug at the Fort Pierce hotel held south of Jacksonville, by Atlantic Coast Line K'y, and river teamen.
2S! mllles : ,
church last
Hervlcrm In .Andrews ,
WOBTH AND BISOAYHB BAVSBOTIOHS.PUMLI8HKU St. In all rooms.. :Steam heat. E> vator. 1<;lectrlc 1.ljtbts. r'ure I
Sunday moraine It being his first or- Links Tennis COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Golf
,
Spring Water. Dry Cllmat, No moscuito, 8. Well-kept
EVERY FRIDAY. mod In four yealil. having/ retired from j Fishing. Shooting Two swimming: baths $1 per day i special Authorized capital, $10OCOO
h"l\lIlifullervlce /
the mlnlllr,. It wan a TsEAVE O-.n and ltIanlljler.
O. :! ,
and much appreciated. weekly rates Paid up capital - $25,000
INN *a day.
CHABLK H. WALTON Editor & Publlnlier.In MAGNOLIA now open per Average deposits
1 The nnnual' installation of officers In $200,000
(lie bore of the Woodmen of the World
In wntlnn to the ADVOCATB for Informstlonov took place last; Tuesday ,evening In the 1tOCICLEIO1: : :. Transacts a General

my kind tliu writer will oblige b,euclnesI Kori'Ht. A splendid ptoitrarome was .------- -- ------- -- -- ---- Banking
I OR a *taiiiil-alilro| .Kuil envelope.Dlncontlmiunro icndercd, much talent being displayed .0o00000000000ooo.oeo00..0.1...10.0.oo1.N..oo...N: -
In elocution and mu lc. Veliclollll refrCMlimentd e .. Business.
of tulvts. must be mada l i, rally conniHtlnc of oolTee, nandwlcheH : : TE.arO'TlS.XL.: y -k' I
: :
.. at Dili, oftlco or by writing. I cake and l Ice cruun: were served ::PLA.Z.A. Rap im 1 ak' Largest and Ordest Bank on the River,
In nbundnnro: (limit mrdit'Is due the

Ohonk.eto.. may be made payable tO CNAaLENd. committee for the splendid 1 program and :o1.J.1edgo; INDIAN RIVER: I7'lorlctu: : ,. Ss a.--_ Exchange bought: and sold on. all Foreign

WA'LTOII.I'"IlIlIbor.DOB'fO lIupper. Countries

The Hympnlliy of the whole community "TIIK (.UKAT ORANGE GROVE : rt Patronage appreciated. Prompt uprrlrp. v.iin.treatment .

OFKICK-TIIK KAHT CoArr Al'voOATB tfnuH out to Unjit. U. H. Illn. and o I UKSOUT OF FLOIU DA." o 4. ,anil every favor coimlHt en t with c"u.lIer.atlvo .
In the ilfnili ( his Ulfred hvk i banking granted.
has opened illloont4 4 Atlantic avenue, fiunlly <> son, I1F'r. :; zi' r1)h
: which nrcurrrd I last week at Mo, home In d A CORREBl-ONUEXTS I
Boston, which will liD In charge: of Mr. Clauds : : A handsome modern lintel. located on I he hanks of the famous Indian River, : Rr :
. South Norwalk, ,;onn., from a paralytic Y Empire Trust Company, New York. I
0.Walton.Address j In the midst of an H-acre boning orange grove.: Steam bent in every room, II \: ylBnS ,
stroke finrn wlilcli lie. never rcfrnlnedconHClounriesR *
location conceded by the best ?! Florida Dank and Trust Co., Jackaom file, Flu
everyone
rainwater !
ilenlli enHiilnna few hours Y suites with bathfiltered; ;
all cniiiiiuinloiitlonii to Inter. Deceased was. 154\ yeaisof age and In Kocklerlge; K' IIMt Coast lisiilway: depot In the hotel pioiinds. Oranges 2O0.!( free : 'J 1U VI LLE, FLA.. .
EAST COAST ADVOCATK Accommodation for .
leaven wife, three brothers! two sisters" to the guests. Liberal management and l'nleM. . .. I
FLORIDA.a. - --- ---- ---- -- ------ ----- ----- --- - --- --- -------- -
;Trri7nviLi.it H. PECK Manager. J :
and devoted father to mourn his dernlHo. : 8.
Jn life wa urn In the midst of Summer Resort-THE. NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL Petoskey. Mich J. ]HI. ::OC :J3B'qJ.S. I

Department of Agriculture: death and) the Great Reaper In constantly : -Locuingrenrtoltile, 6roai1.akes-OpeUJunewOcWbe-. | .v (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

Weather liurcaii-.Jupiter, Flu. dark bearing river from.the whence loved ones no traveler across ever the ...... .. ........4+............00.............00.... G-t'loT .anc1 I.: ... C> C :E 5a\. : :Ii' :xi.:

returnn.. Ills will, be done lot us bow Badges Checks, Door :Nnmbers. Stencils Trunk and Locksmith Supplied. j jREPAIlUNU

The followllljt a comparative state.meutottemperatureand our liuadu NlIbml sll/ely. 1'\.1.\ nl Aaf. OF OUNS AND REVOLVERS: A SPEOIALTY-
rainfall for the --- Gun und Revolver parts. and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises Repaired,

week ending/ Tuesday, Jnn..l, 11)05.DATK. I'KKIIT-TOUNO. 224 Main bt. Jacksonville. Fla.!

-lIJ1)-I- -1008- The Hotel Hibiscus .. ..1; Pn1D1: Denob.. -- ---- --.-----.-, '
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A pretty w..d.llnOCclIl'I'ed/ In the M.
MAX. WIN. MAX. M1W ,

:2S,m! 7 1no !UO 81)! 70.H 72 r:2! Commodore 1C. church, ferry f rloroll11"0.and /Miss, Ad.i last YOIIDK week. Is without exception the best moderate price hotel on the East Coast. TIf11 SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

united In by Hot. H A.Stark. .
were marriage
:n) 71 -HIr 70 511 .
.. Commodore and his bride
:31 7:1: t,104 70 411 were
the of handsome and COME( AND :SEE FOR YOURSELF.
1 7\ >57IS> 71 ra recipients many Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
useful from white and, ,
presents colored ,
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2 7 ) ( 71 - --- -
5im who wind I Iheiii much prosperity In their !
/no
:8 72 H NEW YOKK. r
Total rainfall for the week: .11! now life. Quite a number of prominent .,..'
Depatturo from normal rainfall for the white people the ceremony at Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
the church. .
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week: minus ,71 Inches. Departurefrom .
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plus 8.52 normal Inch rainfall eM. since. January I. AVomlcrt'ul :Nerve. Hotel larlborougli) Of1Ctlli! foot ol Hogaa :Street: Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No. .!C2, '

HAL 1*. JlAimiN Observer. In displayed by many a man enduring .., J. K. MUNNEI LYN, General Manager

pnlns of accidental cuts, wounds, bruises Broadway, :tth(! and :DTtli Streets, New York
burns, Hciildn sore feet or stilf joints
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NEW Ydar's Day was ft delightful ; t- Hut thoro'a no need for It. liucklen's 400 Hoomn. 200) bath rooms. Lighted: entirely: with electric lights.: A first-
Arnlnn halve will kill the pain and cure class up-to-date hotel, centrally located Conducted on American and European The Oldest EKtalillalieil Grain and Seed House In the State.
day In Titusville, the sun shin- the tr.t,,,bieN. It'a, the best Halve on plans and Is managed under the personal supervision IIf the Sweepey- _. .
ing bright and the temperature 70 earth for piles, ton rc. At the fled Tierney Ilbtel Co. E.; M. TIEKXEY; Manager.

in the shade at noon. Cross Pharmacy, TlCusvllle, Flu. YlthditlWm.:: ...8... Sours: & Co.

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Trio new year is With us, BO South Rockledge.John Hodges <& O'Hara. GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
turn over u new loaf by cleaning ,

...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
yard and sidewalks and
;
tip your
Taylor Is packing the fruit Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
on ,
houses and fences
get your painted. the U. L. Johtmon grove, this week. Hough CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange a
. and e T,wAvrs 20(5( East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Mr. and Mrs. E.M. HI-CBHO spent New Drosstd. ___ ___

Do NOT full to( date your letters, Year's with .1\1\ r. and Mra. C. 1) Provost Box leads Fruit and Vegetable Cl'nteR.louldIDstfl; : Shingles, jetc. Catalogue Free Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. C. L. Ry.

etc., 1905.!) ) We note that many Miss T.. M. Powe and. Mr*. If. 11. Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices deliveredto .
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letters received at this olllce du. Kldd,-were visit lag Airs Aveilll on Mon. any part of the State. Address: Hodges/ & O'Mara Buffalo Bluff, FIa.Wi1 .' - - ----- -- -- ------ --- -- --------- -- --

ring the past week have had 1004 day. Jacksonville's' Fruit-Store

upon them. Horn, to Mr. and Mrs. J. Grlggg, on Fancy
M;: ::t\/.Ic -:=1f. ,
_. . Friday! : last, twins one of each sex. All ,
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are doing well.

TIIK orange groves'in the neigli. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. SllmonlDd/ 3f[rs. Pais ter: staa.clDAYTONA Ja.perha.n.ger.: : WHOLESALE and RETAIL

borhood of Tituevllle are now In Belle Poole, enjoyed New Year's dinner

excellent shape, and are a lovely at Mr and Mrs..A. L. Averill's. W B, Ferguson, Proprietor,

eight-especially where all the Dire J. E. Bettlnr spent List Sunday FLORIDA

, oranges have not been shipped. visiting her brother'' and sister/ Air. and No 10 .Julia Street.

._ __ __. _.. Mrs. C. S. Hclmylor of JenHcn.
,
- -0 All kinds ot Sign and Uoiine rill ntl nil. :Paperhanging, Etc., promptly attendedto
How ]Blight; K. Pnxton prominent young at any place on the East Coast. A large stall of practical men employed to do SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ASSORTED: BOX AND BASKET:
for
FOOLIPU burgulars to Attorney of York l'\., with hU wife this kind of work Shipments to any place In the United States at any. time.1VEcIV'urray .
run such big risks in breaking in. are visiting hU parents Mr, and Mrs. JI. .

to bank safes, when, if they used li. Tax ton. :

the Chadwick system, the bankers M\ O. Salmon Is erecting an addition
would help them to become rich. to the packing house. In tho toot grovu. The Geo. H. Fernald Hardware Co

..00 .. The large; ( CI'Oof\ ornnges demands : [ & Baker
moro room.Don .
Sanford: ::: : F'loridu.::: : ,
SEAIIREKZE is coming to the Smith, who has boon visiting his. i

front with over two miles of new mother, Mrs Inez .Smith, left for 'KJl-413 East Hay Street Jacksonville Florida) ,

sidewalks. In was hard work to ,get Montclulr. N.; J., on Wednesday, to attend AGENTS FOR-
school -:Makers and. Jobbers of-
the right-of-way, and It looks to WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING MACHINES[ .
us as if some folks were still giving Wo were surprised at the statement

the Town Council u little made by 'the Kocklodgo corrospoudent ACME HARROWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROWS, Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
to the Star. It stated that this was the ,
trouble. first time we have ever had a Xmas tree F. W DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRK FENCE.: ,

- In our Church. I have attended them a Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
.COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. : for nineteen yenis. We do not like to

ho represented na! being quite so heathen 3Vrci.ol3.lxxo: : Shops::: First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

(continued on page S.) ish. _____________ - -. - -- ---- -
Plumbing: : : : Tin: : aJ:1d.: :: .

.liiliu llitnrv cull B.. ou treaa... .... ... .. m< Ti: A Very Close Call. '
KA rUcMMT AUVOIIArs prtK bike pub eta 3 IHI IVXotetX: ; "W'orls.::: : o :J3-u.y Your::: : a .
A A S.e'vart run or;del; tiixuM. ...l:. . .... 810( "I stuck to my engine/ although ,, ,
K. M ......... every
Taylor iinvoldiiuH for -
uo umn :91 *)
)'.t Hull tiliMiitat Bliir lioime....... ..... 3: (M) joint Itched and every nerve was racked \ V. /JQ. FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
.I rrltatmril Hun niilno for jail..:... .... 1 Kl with pain," writes O. W. Bellamy a locomotive in Builders' Hardware ..
K I. I+rudyt' : Hro nulne' for jail. ..,. ...... a H5 fireman, of Burlington, Iowa. Everything ,.. a house that has been In business over thirty years
Itiil 1
rimriiiiu-y paper r irotot..' .. .. 11 IK)
'" ** uulee |iiMir farm :.,..:::. 1 3,1 "I was weak and pale without any WRITE FOR PRICES Ip&and has always had the reputation for LOW PRICES:
J M Ontian oarrliiKa. and thane hire..... .. 21 let appetite and all run down. As I was -
Ja.".. rrovuit.. iiMlao e |I"'r.s farm.-.4. .. ...... ...... .... 21 Wl'. about to !Rive up.\ I got a bottle of Electric th''WII on the finest goods imported and Manufactured.

E: f.llrllly.'It' Urn IUd.a tutor fni'....'...... IIa ut 74 ,Hitters, and after taking U, I feltas
K H 1I..III1.k .. ......... 10 Ml well na I ever did) lln my life." Weak, IHoss
It II lilt I II, ulil .. .. ..,,. .. II (lit) sickly down For a Boss: : ofORANCESa r Slager
run people always gain new
Jiui 1'rnvntt. exp, poor fin....... ....:... . /AMI 00 Gold ,
life
JaN l'I'ltchllr.I.1': ..n fwd for poor farm.. 1R/ HI strength and vigor from their uso. $1
.Jl1 Kli-lil' .p..llr..I".... .. .... ,....,.. 1 :5 Try them Satisfaction guaranteed by DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY.
Karl falorbmokdepehfaloe. .... .. ........ 1m: tho Itod Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle Fla. 1 1laadiSMatnst.
lanural hand Fond J. & S.V.. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.

Road Fund HU.Nu.. S39 W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE.\: FLORIDA.

Henrv rnrlll.. o.nitriict No:2..... .. ........ )1706 We havo had so many reports of the fine quality of oranges,: raised with our --------- -
:N M "Ioh nl wk. .. .. .. .... .. .. .... 4 bU Georgiana. fclmon Pure fertilizers during tIle past years that we have decided to offer $1OOIN" ------ -
J W (:"rlllo" .. . .. ..W. ; ; =--t: aa:
1 lloml Fniul+ DIM. No. 2. GOLI for the best, $:!r. for toe second and $10 for the third best box of

IHllanloo nl wkNMKlHli .. .. ... . .... 1'oIrll.IIRI1 of the of and 190ft. Three successive The r
........ M 00 went to Cocoa on n shop. oranges crops 1001,1005 years. time of :
.... SEJEJ: : :>S 1''L: 1'.AX.L.
.... ......,....... :MM lug expedition, on Mond.iy.Mr. : exhibition will be announced later.
toad Fuuil Dint. Ko.3.
A A Rtowart..lfeol.I".I".lIlt.. . ........ T 110 and Mrs. Rlngman are visiting The only condition being that the crop of fruit shall be produced with our I
J Ivy r Laweun Mniwu slit ounlH'.. ...... .. .... I u so among/ their many' frlands hero, who are Simon Pure Fertilizer If a State Fair should be held during any one of tIle sea JI TurnIps-and Kuta Dagas. !
nlwlc ... '
8 )' Ford:| ::: :::::::::::..::::'" T w:oo) always glad town thorn. sons andnt'suchtime that acredltableexhibit, of citrus fruits can be made, the I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.

K A O Ihiwnvy L it S Co lumber" for' "j lirtil'na:::::,::'..' 7 4 u u) Miss Mr. and Mrs. Kendig and, a friend of display will bo hold during the fair, and at the place where the fair Is held Cabbage-best varieties for Florida Beans. [

Rmul Fund l>l_t. > /. 4. sister,To Mr.we,and Mr.Mrs.and Mrs.! Averill and and -For further particulars and booklets, addressE. Seed Potatoes-for fall, N,). 4 Rose and Triumph. \.
J O Coit. .V Co shall for roail... .... .... 3S: no Frye Mr. and 'I I
C (. .t' M t'o hl1l1l1..r .. .......... V 4)04"' Mrs. Hughes, were callers at the lion O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville Fla. Poultry Supplies-International 1 Stock and Poultry Foods Etc.
IC C Wuiucr .h..lIlnr roiuil....;.,.. ..".. em IM pliable home of Dr. and Mrs. WittfeM .
H A llolnum .. ... ... ... -- --- -- -- ------- --- '
rtl wk . .. .. .. U I INt ou MoiuUy.
ll' W Carlton *. .. .,,. . . .. a1 10 I Xj. C11MGI:: .ON. Sooca.staaa.ctxa. (
.A. 1'JE: <>rr :
Hoail Fund Ko. 5, Monday, January 2nd, was a lovely ]E3[ ::B E: Si. 114 ,
W W Carlton . . .. day bright and East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
"' .wk. ....... ... 400 : warm as a M.iy slay l-IIONK ;|U: K9TAIII.I 1IKI 1KXSAVIIISKIUS -
J Jl llakur < .. .... ...... ... . . 'SlP 1e Whitelace waists' worn without wraps, /
Special 1 ItOiul' "Fund>I.... Nu. J. seemed to be the fashion, Christmas and WINKS, GINS ANn: IntA IHES. 3000-!E3: r A'3+er.. }orQ A 3 .3
T I' How. frt on Innilier ....... ,. ..,... 1/1-13 New Year day's; hero the t3'e..e3rrt
Ullolno Wtolil Iniulier for lirltlKO... ..., IW/ lot among orange!
X K Kltmnoihl/ 1)l|Sae..... .. ..... ....... 411 11II M\) trees and ever blooming llowers and Express Prepaid. Lamp's Beer. ------- -----
W !Miller) ...-(It liriiltia' con....... .. ... J'hl, M perpetual sunshine. Per LAe.
NN'bhnlwk.... .. .. .... ........... .. Kj |..jHieol full quart nieiwure. 4 Qts 0 Qt 12Jt Fal.tafT Beer..........,...,12a.
ECLCn: 1.24: .... . .. ..... !.. ... 1041 "Uncle Huglile" received very intis- Honda RvNelmm .. .... ...t'llIIt..OO'Too Extra. Ito WE WANT EVERY GROWER
| ..l lUkul Fund DI. No. 5. factory returns Monday, for some of the County Uy . ... ... .2: tie" 41 Tftrt) ) 100
John8mlth" rd 'Wk..!.... ........ ........ 1d1 fancy fruit Grapefruit sold for :J.60 MonORTSin"+!Rye" ..3 3 'JOlUmiB'H -& 4 60 S Hye Den
flume Warden Fund. per box, tangerines; sold for $&,00 per StH-lnl, limp x.... ... ....4 50) 5 /Ai) U: HOB Hn"n Ale pints ..... 8 2S
TARollnennpfainowarduu! ..... .. ..... . 4000Feeding box, which shows that strictly flrst- M.>lt WhlHker .. .... .. .. .3 TA <"> O fiO ()ulne.. Stout, plot .325 "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida Crops.
Prisoners Fund.Jrllrownreeding class fancy fruit In not ;yet a drug on the 1'eaelrl4ran.ly.3 T5 500S UMBO Bulk ":FLOJUt>A ORA"OES.-A book of special interest to Orange Growers.
prlHimors.... ... .. .. vi *> market. A'.pl.llrandy.... ... .. .. ... . .s TBHtill +IHI Goods, Jugs Free-Not
Fine and. Forfeiture Fund.I. laniKlin .a HOOonevn 42.1 725 Prepaid. "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES."-Booklet on "Soil, Varieties. Cultivation
Ud>...... .\.1115 sal OM ....
H Iwl cost refunded eu ct.......... 10 m One by one the old land-mauke disap =North Carolina Corn .... ... ....111ft.4 IN') 7 non .I' IHIP fl"t.-Rye... Oln Corn. Good Grade. and Fertilization.
J II linker ortmprue J p ct............ 4 J6 pear. Tho little log cabin Mountain Corn..3 TA/ 5 no M ""j.II" par Jo' R Trice .' ... .... a ...... 'I a I second house 10x13: the IamateaRum... .. ....... .. ...J MIl 4 :2A .duality.. POTATOES. -Booklet on "Soil, Seed, Planting and Cultivation Effect
John .. built la this place 72.1M ) OM.-Rye, Gin, Corn Rum. Best
Huranien Jr .. ......Ill". fto by K. MfMirord Rum ..3 Tflrap Sal' / per of Fertilizers, Digging and Shipping."
II Mitolixl, .0 ........" M K. Hughes twenty-nine years ago, this <* Hranily T.I soil l 0 50 fortboh.ey.. /
.
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JIM, Arnold juror ? .?.'..... month, wan torn down Monday. It King of c..3 78 S aa no .3.04l..p tial.-44" Rye.greach and Apple "rINEArrr.E FERTILIZERS. special Interest to Pineapple Growers
Runt Maker ," u.. .u. JCI seem such a pity, after It hall fort, Sherry or Anuelic*....1 5O 3 73 7 BOAuortmart .4.fKI..P.Kmii.ly.C.I.-\'Ictorf.!. f\\lye "IDEAL FERTILIZERS.ook 'Branda
A IInlll ;;;;;;;;..;; 110 stood the Social Dropi showing all our different AnalysiltPrice.
John> MatltOlII" .. .... ..... no gales and storm of so many years, that allowed on all good of uuua price. Rye. Medicinal Duality..
J M 8an l..n crlra pms " ............ I m it should be etc.
JCUilburt .. .. ... ........120 only for destroyed the small for space no other of land reason It 124 -lli.-iH pest Adams St. Jacksonville 'Ia.. :New and revised editions of the above just published, sent free for the asking.

Board adjourned to meet first Mon. ,occupied. Many pleasant - -- --- WILSON
la memorleaclue.ter : & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,
day February 1005, at 8 SJO a. m. arocnd those old pioneer '
log cabins.
SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TilE ADVOCATE.
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r+.+++.++++..............+++...*+.....*+++..++....+...1 Eden.John Stuart. 1 GEORQ MARX. JOHN MARX.



:* EAST COAST N']Ir vs. Miller came-home fur a brief Elton Hall, of Sebastian has accepted 1.W: :R. ]B <>S_..

: visit during the holidays.S. a position with the K. F:. c. Ky. hero as
5 ********************* t assistant, agent. Corner Hay and Julia Sts., JACKSONVILLE '
. F. Webb ba just completed A fine I
. : bath-room for W. It'. Wolfe. ChaR Blakeslee caught of bull pound.

Nev8v Notes Contributed, by Our IleKxilnr t J. K. LeToitrneaii and family made n. of blue flsb, 21X, pounds of pompano mind WHOLESALE GROCERS
M) of Spanish mackerel bat
' : Corps of Enwt recant COl'1'e pondellts. *. trip to the wreck, at the llouso of Tuesday.pounds ( ,

Refuge, on Monday.E .
. . . . . : L the 1 ladles drummer .
.N...N.....NMelbourne.- .....- .....4 .....+.................... for Winter, II. LdTournoau Park, after left a very on Tuesday pleasant\ I I !Morton on, w.our" licr merchants Murray Wednesday, He) evening registered, calling at- Fruit and Produce Jobbers.


ami. Mrs. Pierce will spend most of vacation spent with bill parent tho Stuart house.

the winter In Florida: Our road linn hl\lll\ thorough; cleaning!; l.o;:al Agents for Indian River Lake Worth Pineapple Association. r
Jeroiue) \ Twitched of Kansas City,
Mr.I and Mrs. N. S. Johnson, of Chicago up of weeds. Watt-is, under and T.eTourneau.the supwslsion oMOHHIH. was In town 'Mon
;:;"' SubsuriptiosforthoADVOCATtcl' ale among the guests stajlug: at the spends his winters here, and Is bill Kiln be equaled this market.
the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Indian laver Inn. lice: H. 11. Jones conducted the regulnr a lieu winter residence.

received at the Melbourne PoHtoffi'ce.lUrHARn A largt n"w h"I''I'hfl' wns launched., Congrogrttioual morning and church evening last service Sablmlli.lit the Noel! Canton joins the tlnhlnir/ llect this WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED. '
at Kuu tiHllle thin .... ,
week, built by parties week with the launch, Mildred. Th
I'ulillo and W O HOODS.>nve'allc..r.-Real Agent Estate for y.itarj*:tna. Horn' New .Iel' tJy.Tr. :Minnow Una and Jessie| Miller left on (mist user, "23" li" on Jack Stanley' . -.. . - .

Liverpool ancH-onitoiiuml Oloho.micl, l Hartford sad Mrs ChiNtiau entertained Monday morning for Winter Pink, to resume ways, having power Installed.\

paid Fire IiiHiirmira to the tuterosu t'otnpanies.. .!ot non'Six-rliil re8 lileiitn.JIOTKT. at.tout ion the Coud Club on ThuiMl.iy .J1L| t. Mr their studios at liollinn College. Tits' Ladles }o'orol6n1I.l'oioIllIrY society; THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.

and Mrs. Aluswurrli! won the 1st unz'j.' Time shingles have been received for a I met U'eduesilnv.l, at the homo of Mr. nmMis. ,
I HELI-r/VCK-Slplhonnie: : Florida A new roof for :Mrs Thou. E. ItlcimrdulenUlonco. (:ll1lalcPht'rsou.:: Tho meeting
The 11)'pnlm.xi' IM hauled nut Aro now lolling Sowing Machines OX KASY PAYMENTS.SINGER .
'healthy winter resort on high: I Inu IHIIII, over on llodj
H. K. Webb will bo In cliuige was an Interesting one, n large amour.t
loiiklnil Irnlliin Itlver. Haifa" : ja': mill unwanlper l 11011... niiirino ways, hll'lng"me luraii
daySpeciat rates, per week or mnonu. the of the work. of business being transacted
made: to ninrhluuiy. Ciipt. Slilppl SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS.
Write tor Fates to Miuliuii E. I M< Campbell,
Ianaj..r, R. W. Campbell, Proprietor. IK doing the work. Miss! Clarine Wolfe came hotnn on All business houses in the town will

Saturday evening! to spend a week be- dost hereafter at 12: o'clock Thursday:
SIItscllptions for the inlet at Oceanus fOIl resuming her studios at a (iivlncHvlllo afternoon, unit stay climod till Friday. Our Direct Uepresotit.itvo! Is at your service;
Mr. and :Mrs. McCioncly enjoyed their In
lire
coming fimt. It Is hoped tho Inlet
Drop us A card and ho will call on yon.
|visit to Palm Beach and Miami last ]m will be kept permanently should llt 1 Seminary.J. 11I0111I nJl. This changa was brought
open,
(voek. II II become an accomplished fact. H. LeTourne.iu left on Tuosd.iy! about by the meichitnts cmoporating.. SKAVIJW MACHINES: SOLI Olt JI: S1'H.: From 10( to :SO per rent dl.scoua
with the baseball! club In their ...lshtJ$. allow ml for old llUll1hltll'11 makes of Machines Hepulreil. '
!Mis, John Goodo went to Hoscland' Mr. and Mrs. O. W. morning TiUisvlllo to attend, to liuni .
Hopkins Dr Kinds
Needles, Belts, Eto., for All of Machines.
from thero he A fIre burned tho
fl.mt Saturday to spend a few days at Sarah C. tlI.'KK. will BO to Orlanda forest nearly new
Hodgson. and the Misses Flor .. ._. _
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[KiciMotine: Inn. once and Hessio drove for weeks visit with E. II. Walker. building of the St. Luole River Bathing/
e Hodgson out to club, .t tow days before Christmas. C. DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-For u"o on sowing machines, writing -
I Dr. Indies lifts gone on a trip south Lake Washington on :Saturday: last Tho leap ;year d.mco given by the. II. Hooks, n tlshernian, fought the nuifhiiivH, bicycles amid I till purposes refilling/ a II no lubricant, tlu

[!intending! to visit all points of Interest I Mr. and'Mrs.( G. W. Hopkins I>r. Sarah Indies last Thursday evening at the Jensen Mantes, and saved tho hull between) here and Cuba. I C. Hodgson; Miss Delisle Hodgson nnd .J. Town Hall, wan a tine miocimH lint lathing! Club inaile Mr. 1 looks a Christmas at :Singer) stores.ADUUKSS .

Miss Helen :Miller came down front i Ii:. M. Hodgson visited the ocean beach, wan well attended by all our young peo present of $10. --

Cocoa to spend hcV vacation with her on Sunday list. In the sharpie, Lizzie. plo.A The baseball club now have their dla THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO j

sister, Mrs. Leon .\. Peek. Messrs. Hcdstone, Tear, !Donuott, and party of our young folks, who were round in good shape, and have had, ,

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. "'. Faddlson am Hodgson placed the bell in position I In out came for home art evening's much fun crestfallen.Yew Year's Their eve. Kfveral !good gatni's with Jensen iud COCOA. KLOIMDA.Kopnirod ,
our newschool "'n oh\l..t. If. T. amid --
building Vernor Isoaptain
two little daughters, of Emi Gallie were on Saturday music iiighteneda horse whose owner ,
Quests of Hotel Carleton on New Year'sI last The bell can be heard In all parts beoamn very Indignant and soundly borated Stanley: Kltchlng/ is mntiagrr./ The initn OrgcLnf: Orga: n a" 01.gn s"
of the town quite distinctly. A lino new agement exttiiVils nn iuvllatiou to all to
I I" ling has been purchased by the :Supervisor them. Mutual apologies| followed, attend the games. -mado to sound like now. I'rlco *.l. ]Drop lie a card when you havo

Mrs. Claude Edge, of Miami, arrived .1. K. M. Hodgson, with tho surplus but their fun was all over. -- ------- work for us to do. Address J. M. M. DROCK, COCOA, KLA.

here, ,Wednesday ulght, to spend a few subsetIptlons for tho boll. A malicious report having been freely Stop It.
(days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ItW. circulated IIIVest Palm teach and .
|, Goode, returning to Miami early in Mr. Frank :Morgan-Smith, of ;New elKowliere, to the elTett that "o\ery A neglected rough or cold may loud to Take out your )
York who has
City been a l'esJ.lentlth
|tho week serious bronchial troubles
man in Eden: watt drunk on Somas day," or lung
us for the past year, and stenographer Don't take elmllces wliun
Thomas l\f Meehan Mr. and Mr.. John < wo set about to Investigate; not havingdrop Koley's Honey
for tlio J;aRt Coast Lumber Supply (Jo.. '
p'.inn and Jl.ister Burn arrived iron left; Saturday, : last, of heard anything of It, and as wo Slip 11014'cd. and putfecc' i>'ciirlty fron Fire Insurance
( cold. Snld 1 lied
there was no truth In ' I'harrmtc'yMf a : by r
adclpliU! last Friday evening, and the telegraphic!:! and stonogrnplcioailepa 't- ed man confessed to lint i intnkuuo a CrONe Titimvllle( ]<'11\. -,
upent a short while at Hotel Carleton. meat, of the Coombs Co., at Apalach
too much said he went home und ------
'They now In their Melbourne
are home cola, Fli. We wish Air. Morgan-Smit
\\n the west end of town, where they will success in his new Held of labor.A went to bed and slept until morning" Jensen. In tho following Loading elmlpllnleMl.. .
and "never lind, Christmas all.'
the winter no at

upend few friends of :Mrs.: I. O. Gilbert We can only surmise that the person 0.L__ _____ __.._ .._ .. _I ID \ I V'VsUtfT, "
Geo. Patterson and Geo. Ililliard, of: gathered at tho Gilbert residence on who circulated the report, had been Indulging .,
VTaukecjnn III., are new arrivals, and Saturday eve last, and sat out the old too freely himself dipt. Hornian Fischer IM spending u i,1 Tho Liverpool A London & hobo ,
are guests of tile McBride house. They year. Cards and music were the feature few lays In Jensen on business. t" n'' RlrulnsueanceJo., r k
intond to upend the winter In Melbourne. ), The Hartford Fire Insurance Co. ;,
of the evening. Among the ladles present Domestic Trouble Dr. H. II. Jones will\ preach l In tho
Tho Misses Bellinger and Johnson came were : Mrs. McNab. Mrs. Alnsworth, Town Hall next Sunday, at II:00: n. m. i 'I'ho.Ltnn (limuianco, '
down from Cocoa last week, for a visit Mrs. If. U. Hodgson Mrs. Christian: Dr. It Is exceptional tolnd/ a family and 7:30: ) p. mum.Ur. Tho :'Diitliunitiil Fire 11I8ural1ou (10. j
to their friend, Miss Helen Miller. Sarah C. Hodgson, !Miss Perry loll'''. U. whemo are no domes'lo rupturesoecuxion- : Tho Ilomu( timiiranco Co. of X, Y. ..
Capt. R. W Beaujean has finished his W. Honklns, Miss: A. Florence Hodgnon ally but these can bo lessened by having Hendrlx, ot: the )Fort Pierre DrugCo. t Tho I'hiunlx Fire Insiirnnco (Jo.Tlia I"
Dr. King'a New Lire Tills around. ., mado a short visit to Jensen the I Klrcmati's Fund Insurance Co. j
new launch, the Jessie 13., nnd makes Irs-I' "ldilion and number of gentle ,
daily tripe to and from Melbourne to men. Much trouble they save by their great first part of the week. Tho Pennsylvania! Insurance\ ) Co. .

Melbourne Beach, where anyone- -can go work In Stomach: nnd Liver trouUluH. Dr. L.V.. Sawyer:' pronched In thin '' limo Oaoiirla Home, Insuruiico Co.Norwich : .
They not only relievo you, but cure Town Hall last 11 o'clock :WI Union Mire Insiiranco Co. .
to
at
enjoy a day by the tea' shore, gather- I'lieiimcmia and Iia( rli>i>c. ; Sunday I
2c ltlJd
at Cross Pharmacy' Tltusvlllu. The Northern Awsuninco Co.
"
ing up shells, surf bathing or haying a to a largo congregation.\
picnic. Tula is Coughs cured quickly by Foley's Nlagitia file Insurance Co
a most delightful
way The recent cold wave caught the
Honey and Tar. Refuse substitutes Soldat
to spend some days. f I'
Tibbals. Weather Bureau had -- ---- --
napping fOf
Ked Cross Pharmacy, TItusville, Kla. we a
Mr. and Mrs Fred Irwin nnd'dauRli- few cold days, but no damage < I iQ:

:ers, the Misses Carrie and and ,,. II
Mlldren Frank Waters la homo for tho prouoiit, Sheriff Brown was hero last week, to ItepriiNunted by-

,Mr. Irwin's younger' brother, all of Chicago Melbourne Beach. looking after Interests here. escoit to Titimvllle a prisoner, that hat 1WOrt..G-.AN": :: "VV'. ..LTON" '
arrived last Fiiday and will spend been tried and sentenced by Judge Itak I
It the season In their winter home on New eblrs. :Mr. !and; Mrs Edgar I Harmer and Miss er for theft. Titu s"'tT.I.11o: II'1c: >,1..1.C1.n. '
Haven avenue, where their hosts of Harmer are spending a week with Air.
Melbourne friends are always mado welcome. Cottroll entertained a number 011 and Alts. W. II..Ifmr'ts. The City dock is progressing nicely, _. -- -- --.- .. i - - --- ,

her friends very pleasantly on'l'hursllay and will soon be completed. It will 'boone rated, and the supper was nil Unit tho Shoe ll evening. New Year's Day passed very quietly of the most substantial wharves in fastidious) could desire. ,
R W. Goodo has sold the pretty cottage hero, only a few culling on their friends, Jensen most
: surrounded by beai'Ing orange trees barn Martin brought a number of to wish them the compliment of the The young people enjoyed it pleasant' do all kinds of tioot and shoe repairIng I

facing! on Crane creek, the property of guests from the New Carleton, to get a season. Beans are being shipped In good q utn. evening at Limo homo of Mr. and Mrs. and do not forgot It. Opposite Jan.

Miss Helen Allen, to U. F. Laurence, of view of old ocean. titles and are bringing !gtuxt,I priced to Dutton, lInt Wednesday.Tho : I'lltchurd A Sotu ANimicw UNISON '
Mat Ion, O. We extend a hearty welcome The Dixie came to anchor on Friday I the growers. Fish In, ,also, going for !+ '
to Mr. Laurence and who bfiss Sue Hopkins has returned to her afternoon after a very tedious voyage watd In good juantltlos. young people !gntliciod at tho Tltusvlllo, Kl.i .
are family school at Stowatt. Her vacation wn from Palm Bench, but all report well, homo of Mr. and Mrs Liimont, Saturday. --. "
charming people. Melbourne line too short for her friends at M. Ii. In spite of tho severe norther. Miss Clailne Wolf Is visiting/ some of night, to watch tho old year out and< the )
room for more such families as these. her little Jensen friends., She expectsto III with Ira who: loft for West ;
A number of our ladles were In surf Mr. and, :Mrs W. II. Harris were at return tosuhool the latter of the now year The Viavi
On Wednesday evening the 28th ult. the last of the old the pary Palm peach, Monday.
bathing day year, home to a few friends on Tuesday evening week at Gainesville, Fla.
the installation of officers of Masonic very thoughts of which would give their to celebrate the tenth anniversary .
Lodge 14.1: took place In the Congregational home folks a chill. of their wedding./ Six-handed' point The ADVOCATK docs very little "blow. Saved front Terrllilo Dimtlu '
church. The oration was deliverl euchre, |as tho entertainment was en. lug," but It gets there all the name. It Home Treatment.
'd Oliver Gibbs and Mrs( S. Silvester The of Mrs. M. J.. llobbltt, of
by the Kev. S. D. Paine. Silas. B. joyed early In the evening, after whicha Is astonishing to woo so many of tho family ,
Wright, Grand Past Master, of DeLand j j despite tho northwest storm, attendee delightful was served. pink papers In the homes of the pine Itargetton Penn, saw her dying and 1 ,
)r. O. Enslow. D. D., Grand Master, oi the public installation of Melbourne supper applo growers throughout this section wero powotlcss to save her Tho most, Is tho most, popular and successful m I''
Miami ; Capt. Chas. Sclioon maker, and Lodge No. 14U: F. & A. M. A great many attended time Leap Year skillful 'phyilclans and every remedy the medium known.Don't cura! a
Messrs. dance at Jensen, Thursday evening arranged Dr. Lloyd, J. II. linker and Mr. Pits used failed whllo consumption' was ) I
Ilindle and Clckson ,
of Coco Mack beach Friday
Mrs. gave a party on koop on wliat
ford Fort Pierce the Invitation wondering VIAVl
of went to at her life In Iff '
by some the ladies olKden slowly but surely taking
were here, and a large number of other afternoon, In honor of her friend, young Is, If you don't know but call write '
I of the now olllcers of time Woodmenof I New JUlio or

visitors. : and Waveland. It was a line this terrible hour Dr. KliiK's
About -10 guests were seated Miss( Clarke of Cleveland, 0., who hall and let tm tell It will
I the World on TuoHd.iv.. it. F. IIul turned despair you. cost you" I
't the Hotel dance, the ladies doing; all the honor of covery for Consumption
Carleton where most de the with her.Mr
a been spending holidays nothing. The bunnies Is "
licious the last dance of Its kind for lour years and wife were with the patty. They report Into Joy. The llrst bottle bronKlit li"imocllato milllclently
supper was served Speeches and Mrs. A. D. the firs ; a pleasant time. old, extensive and 1 successful. to Itisjilro '
:and toasts were made by a number of Perry are most thoroughly, no "wall lowers"( beIng relief arul its continued use completely ooiifldunco, ,
of the "Myrtlecottate: family" to arrive cured her. It's I time nioHt certain your
the fraternity, and a most enjoyable ; permitted. Tho year 11101 Is a thing/ of history,
but the has like; world for all throat and Ilitotilrt for Mother ...... IsI. ,I
Imo was spent; by the ladies and gentle- now new year come- Miss England: gave a "masquerade' and on its pages will tin found many cure In tho iiiflit n Free, I'
Men wise the bllzzirds-we hope to see tile serious disasters. recorded that did not lung/ troubloH. Guarftntond Bottles fiOo.
from
present far and dinner f
near. on Saturday: evening.
party, Florida Yiavi( Co"i
i iI'
cottage/ filled before long. Covers were laid fur eight, dinner being appear la others. There were citations, and) *1.C10. Trial Hollies true at Hell ,

Fatal kidney and bladder troubles can Rev M. Walker, rector of Holy'1'rlnl. served on small tables In adjoining noted for their! appalling distress that Cross 1'barmncy'i'Itusvllle, )Flu. 20 Main\ Ht. Jacksonville Klu. t
church Mrs. Walker and her brother will never be recorded. Again, some -----
'ways' be tv rooms. The menu was on masks tied s
oley's prevented 'by the use of Dr. Itches, of Ht. Clair Mich., came with ribbons( limo guests not being pages of history will be carried Into the Dniylng/ I
; Kidney Cure. Sold fled
ross by over in the mat I boat on Tuesday mom masked, were asked to guess what each history annals of 100.1: to" tin remember TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTEUNIYERSITYrr
Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. their filled with fid 1 ty Russia and lapin While pondering I'I''f'
log, to get; lungs ozone course was, ns all the dishes were die
Indu
all l I
hauling
on the ocean beach. gulsed, but the prize offered for a correct over the pages of history It become Draying/ proinpl- -- : :
'! .=:
wan not taken. us loyal citizens to Improve( ourselves Ir ly attended to. Moots all trnlnx Stove ; ,
menu
Eau Gallie. Thursday afternoon R. W. TScanjean all tho various Industries of life. Hot) wood fur sale at all times. I..!'

launched his beautiful new launch, the One of the moat enjoyable entertainments morally'and mentally we should l look B. II. IIOLTKN.: Tltu v1Jlo. -..- -.-- - -
- Jessie It, built by himself and son, of the holiday< season, was time favorably to bettor living/ better people =
\RI I Claude. Although the north wind blew, tennis. tournament given by Mr. and Mrn. and better times, and strengthen: our OFFLORIDA
c. HODOSOV PiivmciAjf!! AND 8UR- a number of Ills, friends and neighbors Jennings, on Krld.iy. The beganat and I'ressing. i
ilK" Eau Oallle, "'Iorl a. play fraternal relations with God and, man Cleaning| If,
sailed In tho Ida May to Henrys dock, 10 .a. m. and was contested until 0 I p. E------ I '
where she was built, and gave; a mighty tn. The final' set being a play, by Miss
(('apt. end Mrs Symmonds haye; their (?) cheer as she glided; gracefully; into Hacey, and :Mr. Harmer, und Mis J farmer A Life at Stake All work done up-to-date. Call and
op, Mattie II. anchored Eau Gallle Indian River with her flrBt-class see me. Andrew Gibson! at the Parlorharbor | !
i arbor. the; and Charles lUcey, thelatter, win If you but knew the splendid, merit of Washington. avenueW.E.SWOOPE. FIRST-CLASS PROVISION '/
Shop, on
Claude: and the
passengers, Mrs. : happy ning. Luncheon was served In the Kolov's Honey and Tar you would never t

Storm and cold wave lUgs are nowIllplayed little granddaughter Jessie A., Hut'li large: reception hall of "Woodcotu" to be without It. A dose or two will pre -FOH."I' '

over Hodgsons' store on the log add crowing. tho thirty-two pint id punts._ vent an attack of pneumonia or laZtlppe. A...... fijo.nnsiunr l I
-BODY'
ubor It may save your life. Mold apteudIUtyequippnd.I | < | ,

Dr. Hodgson's: new consulting rooms! The many friend. of G. II. Ilaasan In lied Four AVct-ks with La at Ked Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fta. M I I N I-1 '\ ; A litr,.. FacilIty of inont* y(
le now Engineer I,. E. tfe W. R. K., at present -I>KALEK INC Nuhiilurlir Bpealalltttn.' I
and *
ready for the furniture Grippe.
In Lima O. will be pleased to( MORALS true Motto Hotin'l '
xtures.31Uses. living of' ,
know of his recovery from threatened, We have received the following ]letter White City. ,.. IIyl'IL1. . E-: .,_."-::-_" -v= marmite leooilcltuenphlp.tint hiinln 1 ., [ ,
Wilson and Pretorlous. of Can- kidney disease. He writes: .'! was from Mr.. Roy Kemp, of Angle Iml.I .
'eral, were in Eau Gallie this week cured by using Fol ys' Kidney Cure was in bed four weeks with) Ja grippe = I
''ing business. which I recommend to all, especially and I tried many remedies and pent Wm. Kelste hat returned to his home J\1el-HUuadiMO.: ( CAddreser THE PRESIDENT, .I

:Mrs. > ruin men who are usually slmllailyafllicted considerable for treatment with physician In Kernandlna.Dagma Lake City Fla. "
Wm. I Y.
Pierce of Clean N.
but I received relief until
no Sold at the Red Cross Phar no Ivied :
wns a guest at Sarno last week left Nelson returned to Jacksonville
,
I Tld.iy!: last, for Palm Beach and MI- macy, Tltusvllle, Fla. small bottles Foloy's of Honey this medicine and Tar.cured Two me Wednesday FANCY (JKOCKUIES AND CI/ ABa, AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAy'1 H'

-,- and now I use! It exclusively In my L. I>. Jones and John Jennet weru up A 81'KCIALTV.:
- THE ANHEUSER BUSCH 1
ninlly." Take substitutes. Sold by from Jensen, Saturday night i

ted Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. :\rr.... Dutton entertained her Sunday Hobe Sound Klorlda. ,,4

IFIIIaIE: LIIFIEJIIINISIt1j / TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The school class' Saturday afternoon. Brewing Asso's t'ranmuua

Home of our young people went to ,

Grant to spend New Year's Day Be.I.ouU Rag anti Bottled

following are the times of arrival Alfred Nelson left, Wednesday, for the SIALLEYMarine Beer !
and departure of trains to and I
passenger
of Florida at Lake City. d
:aIAINlcIEIH University ..
from Tltusvllle: Bold by MH T.A.Loxiry and i

socTaeooao.Lesve.Tltusvllleforltlamnfand. I). E. Austin and wlfo spent New K. L. Slot low,TltutvllU.yia.

I 3:14 pm Tear' Day at their White City home.A Dy Mr.R. I- Motlow,Cocas, rla.
Gas
you are contemplating taking out fire or Life Insurance, give us intermediate point at ) II:W p m few of Mr*. Oleson1 friends pent .a Engines.

call and we will guarantee you aa Good Insurance and Reasonable aoaraxOUXD.IaanTitaavllleforJartaoivrll. pleasant' afternoon with her, Monday. JOSEPH ZAPF t

2 M m Quite a few of people attended the
rte 81 can be secured in any Reliable Old-Llne Company aDd Intermediate points J J 12M P ms Masonic banquet our In Fort Pierce on Tues- ][If Interested Information, write for to catalogs' and Sole Agent.

SaFL'QYL: R eta:: WILSON' .A..g1s.; T1tn.Tlll4 for Huford :311..11I day night.

LIFE FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE. ArrlTe.TUo v1U. from Muford 12.lO'.... The club Rave their annual banquet, L. E. BOSTROM, Agent. 010. to 020 West Bay Street
at
Saturday night, which WM largely
Our Companies have all stood the Test of Time-OVER FIFTY Company.YEARS. The ADVOCATM: prints all local new. tended. The hall WM beautifully decor OKMOND FLOIUDA. JACKSONVILLE. F1ZA.
W. also Represent the; only Florida Fire Insurance ,

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"1, COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6. 1905. -
EAST
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;t 6 ". "' .;. I
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r.eatt .. and most beneficent acts that here eve -
the statute book of ' "
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bon placed upon .
I .
1 "
To Raise Oranges at a Profit commonwealth" -- .
of
the lawmakers any ' q ( .
look to your fertilizer. To produce In length of road built and contract. :, __, '?:'''f, ,i, : ,.
satisfactory results, It must contain ed for under the state aid law New
not less than 10 percent, of actualPotash Jersey taken the lead with 059: mlle

"I ThAt wns the record, nt tlie time the e

report of UK coinmlddloii'T, of public I
'
.
roads for 1Jch( :\ >Kel]. N'-w' York fol- t py .y CeFTt ,
lowed will) JSl I miles" ; Massachusetts/ (
The value of Potash for oranges Is with 4KO: CiiniK-r-tlnit. with 4:>>.
an established fact. Our pamphlet III
on orange-growing: contains author! t tf.t1 .
tative information I To Cure n Cold In One nay ,; C P

-it Is free upon Take LAXATIVB ino.vo' QUIMINK Tablets t'1 1 91i yq GOGtt
request. Druggists refund the money' if It t-
fails to cure. K.V.; "Jrovo'g signaturein
x each box. 2'c. Jad Crosn Pharmacy.
--- .- -- The F. E. C..R'y TimecardWill

One C'..iiM.. of Hut Honda.
6 All rcroKiilzcd: ntitliorlUi'H on the 1 rt. t l

GERMAN KALI '' mibjoct soy Hill no vegetable matter 1d' sfont
WORKS should bu used In the construction and ,
New York nuiliitennneo of rends or highways. In
93 NMJMU St.. '
spite of this however many road
; UAAl1nnG S niondfrs, arc throwing Into the middle
,Oa..Ili I '
SuBroad St. of the rond the mud from the aide

ditches, OH well oa the grass nnd weeds \.

that have grown up l by the Bide of the . Tri-AVeckly Sailings .
roiul. The leaves and other litter that ,
have nccuninlntcil, nt the nklon of the and NEW YORK.
NEW JEJtSJSY; 110ADS. roiul are pliic-rd In tIle anal to rot ante BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE .

miil 1,(* iiiuiKiiili'iM for tin pcoplp totrnvol
)
both ways in this
tbrouIie.litwnl< HOII'I1I.I17.hlt''! Calling, at Charleston, appear space
HOW THEIR IMPROVEMENT HAS BEN the _
in Coastwise Service '
EFITED THE GARDEN STATE. The Finest Steamships .
$100\ toward !}x100' '

TIle readers of tliU paper will be The Clyde New England; and Southern Lines. ' .4r .
Cropn Quickly Marketed and Sold at :" : .,"
pleased to learn tlint there in at least Direct bervlce Between .; J .,', I., J ", ', ,
_
'
Good 1'roaf.-Fnrnam In rent De.n.I'I'heo ,_ ot., ,, I 1 t --
haw .
one dreaded disease that science and all Eastern Points. p. '
... State All taw Fur 11.0.a been able to cure In all its stages, and Jacksonville, Boston, Providence t '

Improvement.Robert that In Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) -

A.' Mivkcr, the utiite snp(TYlsorof the only poHitlvecure known to the media BEMI-WEEKLV SAHJNOS ... Lewis Wharf, Boston ' ;? "I , ,.... , '
cal fraternity Catarrh being a constltii.lonal I . ... .'. from ,.- ?' :'. J\". ", ;
rondo in Now Jersey, Hays that constitutional "' '":: : .: : ....::." ':::. :n hAa of Catbertoe Street, JaaYeontRle '.. < '" "<. '"
disease requires a the good romln in Hint Atute have nMetlla treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken ) ; I'
materially Incroiirilntf' Its! popula- Internally, acting directly upon theblood St. Johns River Line. L' .\ !
lUon. Coin in u tern who formerly found, and mucous surfaces of the system Clyde :NGXt:: : Weep.
It necfimary to live near rnllrund etalion thereby destroying the foundationof (DoBury Line.) ,
: now In ninny cnnus live ns far na the disease, and giving the patient BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. .
five wiles U Intn lit. The schools) have strength by building up the constitution Stopping.at P..h.tk.l Astor St. frauds. l Ilerentonl (I>aLand. ), and intermediate landings
In the Increase and assisting nature !In doing Its work. | on tbsBt.John's River.CommnnolDK .
been strikingly benefited The have so much faith in Tll"d..y. :Notre..ber 1ft,t O4.TEAMER9"CITV .
proprietors
Bond regularity of attendance, and In "'FUED'KDeBARY.: '
that offer One 'a.ed
Its curative powers( they OP J JACJCSONVII
nnny other ways the IntereHts of the Hundred Dollars for any cane It falls to ( follows! Leave Jacksonville, ,itaUy..*o pt M..t..rtl..y..t. a:dO: p.m.
'state have been. advanced:. ThoughTortysocond 3D re. Send for list of testmonlals. Are appointed to Returning null u ,.leave. Sanford,>lallyr"" c" pt Suudaye.I ut e:31)a.in.
in art-it New Jersey bas Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., l'Iunb-BoDDd

.according miles to of good Jfr.< rondo Meeker nil, any twice state OB Sold by Druggist,75o. Toledo, O. $011 head.tb.l\ollnd down. ,.. ......................Jsc SCHEDUIL nrnval.. ...... .................. _\lItv.I 1temd\ .oo.p.f .a. at..save 'I :.: './' '. 'f 1 ,, :.'k' ..:':,,}. ,
.
save .. t0 a1.
many 830 p. to. ...................... ... rears 8. p. .
,
the best. .. ............ ......lglalka.
... .. ..
.
for 111\11' Family Tills are .. .. ,8f
la the Union That In ttotnothlug 8 46 p. m. .. .........., .......... Leave p.lO.
.. Astor
... .
........
.... ..
Lea"" 810 s. m. ...ML Franck.. ........;........... Lea.. 2 IJ4 p. 10
twblcb the btate muy well be proud. The S..fl...n.. ..ears 480 .. m. ...........o..Aure.lurd! .UeLand})...... .. .............. Leave 1 ell p. 10.
It Is sold that In one neighborhood An cast side duaitlaaul worker whoa save. .................................... S..o'orll.( ... .... .......... ....... Iear1 9 815 a. m. . " ,..,:.',' ,t' "' ," :
alone, Unlou "county the improvement tcnchlng III u night school for newly Arrive?rive 20:00 8 311.: ... m.fl .. "..... .......... .....Enterprl........................... Le1Iove tit lit e. s. !' ,; ,,, : .. .: ,,t. ,', 'Jj" ,' .
of the roads bas changed values no Office 122W. Bay St..Jacksonville.F.MTRONMOVOBRSa.Asst.Gen. " } 'OJ . 'I! '
remarkingon and Ticket .
arrived Russian Jews was Oen'l PaSSenger "I'. " .
greatly that men who a few years ago them : .
the dlinciiltlcH! of grounding .Fa..Agt.| 204 West May St., .Taokenndtle.Fla.V. ,
.were struggling farmer with earning! : O. P. LOVKU, SnpmtnUMteB .FMkJonvlUe.Koot .
JIl English studies. Local Frt.AKt. Jacknonvtllt
.
Jr.,
0 OOOl'BR .
110 scant that It vine difficult to makejtwo "Some of them come to im with the Hogan| 8t'LJack.onvtll.YorK CLYIJoIlI'oIlI..l"JlC.!, ria. Oen. ..... An\..: wT__. \
) ends meet, are now not only well barest smattering- of English words" k.C.THEO.HAOERTT O. EselcR, OoiVl. Oarwral Kwrt'n I'\tos.M*....AKt.l'Iew(t. WM. P CLVDK A U).,Vock.;Got_' Agent ---- --- ----
-- --
-
New : --
to do, but absolutely rich. They can lie said "and. no knowledge of 'Amer- CUeaobrouub KollillnK. 1U State St..Opposite Battery I'ark . --- --
.ell their crops at good profits, they cnn loan customs) except the te-vt !Ideas they C. II. 'VAt.TOf. Agent, Iftrenrttle. Fla. I .
________-_-n-__--
grow more profitable crops, they cnn have picked up since landing. I was r
''feot these crops quickly and cheaply to trying to teach a email class the seaSons

market, and their land, for which nt of the year the other day.' For a
low prices It was formerly almost Impossible time they did not seem to( understand Atlantic Coast Line R'y.

to find purchasers are now in what I wan driving at. Then the light

demand nt prices which compared with broke over the face of one young fel- Railwayto

the old order of things seem fabulous low'. The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Conch ExcurHlotv tle-lIet.l Southern
and the mere mention of which augjjcsta 'I know seasons! ,' he declnred. sale 'TueBdaya and Thursdays la November
coufJItlonof on
o moat unaccustomed 'flow many Reasons are there In the

opulence.Mr. yparT I nsU 'l. TO;;TIIK KAST.
Meeker recently described the 'One two;* wn, the unexpected an Savannah Charleston Klohmond andVa biDgtoar tbenee the .
rails to ,
Over Its! own
.. plan and method of road Improvement swer. via the Pennsylvania Kailroad.
under the state aid law us. follows: 'Whnt are they? I nskod. .

"Tbo New Jersey state aid law In 'Busy season and nlow Benson/ TO TIII WI3ST.: North
,
first and foremost u homo rule or local( cnnrn the answer (iiilt promptly' The LoulsvUle A Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile A Ohio R. K. ,
option measure The people along the "Ttmt young man will hare n savings

line oC a certain rood, wlRhlng to have bank account ,before IIP bus been bero TO TUB: EAST VIA STI, lUSIII". ,

the; sarno improved prepare a petition, nix months."-New York Tribune.Impoveiislieil and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, PbiUdeldhta, Boa- South
regticsting; the beard of chosen\ freeholders -- --- Via ton.Savannah Via Norfolk Steamer to New York' Washington and Baltimore.: Via Sa.; ,
of their county or the governing vannah and Merchant and Miners' Transporttnlon Company for Balti-
officers of the smaller political division Soil more and Philadelphia.TO .

*. to improve the highway in e East
front of their rcHpcx-tlve properties. K12V AVFlST ANn HAVANA.Via :

'Ibe governing hourly !beforevhoui tills Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. .
petition Is presented considers it, in connection Impoverished soil, like impovfr'utlieil -
with others\ of tile same nature Made Jacksonville for all Points 1 and West
and It !It linn not miinelent funds to blood, iKetles( a proper Connection .

build all, selects". those which lu Its fL:1': ti1i Zl'r. A uhemist Ijy nnulyzf MIL.KAGI TICKISTS.

J Judgment. are most important.'After It Instructs. Its f the soil cnn tell yon what Interchangeable mileage; tickets Rood over 13,1)00) miles! of among the principal
BO doing
different the southern !!states are oa Hale by the principal agents. 1.._
fertilizer for railroads
engineer to prepare plans, profiles, to use .
For reservations ond i, information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,

II1'odudH. FRANK O. BOYWTONT, Dlst. PASS. Ajt.: W. D. STARK, Trav. Pass Agt. .

t38 West Bay St., Astor Building:, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.II. Next Week.
If your blood/ b i irnpo erished M.: EMERSON, Traffic Manager.; W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pa ll. Agent Time Card Will Appear

your doctor will tell you what WILMINCJTON. N. C. .

.. .
you need to fertilize r it and giveit --- Folders rates,, etc., cheerfully upon appplicatlon.
.. .. '
the rich, red corpuscles\ that SE..A..I3C> I> .
-
.
1' tiro lacking in it. It may bo you "
tin AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
a t need a tonic, but more likely you

I r need u. concentrated fat food, .

.. and fat is tho element lacking ".' J. O. L't75Ke:: I>|st. Pass. Agt.,

.3' in \ \' system. SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN TIMES, RICHMOND, Jacksonville Fla.
108 West Bay St., ,
There in no fut food that is WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK,

-- -- . assimilated !
BO easily digested mill

. Two Elegant Trains Dally . .
itsScott's .
11O4O IN UNION OOUDTT, N. iJ.I Mail.
Seaboard Express, Seaboard
I cross sections and Bpeolllcatlons. When Emulsionof
these bare been prepared tlio enslneet MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.

tlipni before the local authorities .- .. -- --
-
.. presents Jacksonville to New Orleans. -
ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through: Sleepers - -
OilIt
for their approval or rejection. Cod Liver
If they receive the stamp of local ap
they are then torn nrdetl to the
proval
MalloryLines
office of the state comoilsaloucr of public will nourish nnd! strengthen For full information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

ronds, who then\ proceeds to satisfy the body when milk and cream Seaboard, or writeA. _

himself, by personal esniuluatloa ot fail to do it. Scott's: Emulsion O. MxcDONKLL, Asst. Gen. 1'a88.'gt.. S. C. BOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.
tbo papers placed before him. and also JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA. STEAMSHIPSLargest
of tho road which it Is proposed to 1m is: nhvayw tba fame; alwayspalatable [ SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS
bother the sauce 1* of nutll --- -
prove beneficial - -
cleat general Importance to be Improve and always BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coastNO

ed In nccordnaco with the plans aol where the body is: wasting fromany \ DISEASESare "OVERCROWDING

F- Bprclflcntlona KubmltttKl to him. If i \ cause, either in children KIDNEY STATEROOMSJAEE' POSITIVELY:: GUARANTEED ontk\ '
the proponotl Improvement and the IMPORTANT >
tickets will be sold to exceed the numberof
'vltliUU or tuhdtH. BUlpBt M no
method ot making; the same moot
i ", approbation he BlRnltloM it by Indorsing the most fatal of all dis or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers indmtideservice

upon tilt Kpecllloatloim his up- n'eI will send! you ,a ..mplel/ree. eases. and attention

proTul th,>rm>f. This Itulorscuient; parries TRADE MARata
with it time IlIl1nlllt. that the tarn Ito mint In tlu that form this t>i r dr i a l KIDNEY CURE III DESIGNS PASSENGERS. LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: EVERY FRIDAY.

j tnto will fillY an..-thlra of the actual t 1/\b'lII'4011/ tin wrapjiiTif FOLEY'S Guarantaid fldfnadror ; Anrnnainndlna Bukctph COPYRIGHTS und dmwrlptlnn Ac tear (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
cost of M>n"trii,'tli>ii."We every bottle of lluiulniou : qillcklr lumrtaln our opinion frM wh.ther matnmitlnn
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I y pare often been nsltcd by po v : you buy. H"rubabl pec.ntahla... HANDBOOK ConimnnlnuUnnotrietlrcnnHiUntlnl. on Patents LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS :NORTH,
pie Intm'xti'd In Rood roads whether< rdun:lcd.! Contains! mii free. Ulilmt avancf fur.erunne sans.
money Patents i tftk state ntd has: provivl leIl"I'...tll: to tlw SCOTT &: BOWNE remedies recognized by eminent node*, without ch..r..., la tb. "
people or not and what our experienceha : f Scientific Jlrncricnn.A FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.
R CHEMISTSUlSFeailSt.jewYoit the best lot
physicians as ,
of tl "alOtIot
taught in practical
> ' and Bladder troubles h nrtw>m.lT |lla.tn>'*4 .....11I1,.. '..r.8.t rt.- Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regardint'trsetions
the 1111 11\('. Our reply! Is I that stnt :: Kidney eitlallon t>f any Kilvntlfla ,urnal. Term., .ltTSr.ourJonth a v
apply
offered by no other line diagrams reiervatins, tickets, etc.,
aid fur road improvement lini proved to *<*U Sold brad >< l rii. ; ,
l \ COe. .\.nd'loo. nucR soe. MM! I'". *
be (lilt> of the (trjimU-Mt n>ncc.r>tlonii and All Druggists. MUNMX&mta.3oiB .dw.,. New' York ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, JacisonYllle, FW
Red Cross Pharmacy J5 IU WMblocioo.
In !It:" fiK-.ctnit'ut cu uf the .widest, belle
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JACKSONVILLE.rINDSOR : ST. AITGUSTINK. TITUS VILM3. ;

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HOTEL . Florida House ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA.
Sembler
JACRSO.'VILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S Cottage, TITUSVILLE:, FLORIDA. Y

LARGEST AND BEST YE
HOTEL.SODGE .
AR-ROUNDI
NOW OPEN' TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE Open All the Tear Good Board and Attention.

._. ......:: ..: .'."-.- .. ; r:" ,....,-.. This popular house la centrally located ; has all modern> Improvements In Two doors from REASONABLE:F. K. C. Railway RATES.Station; Tltusvlllj.HI .

-', :, .,-;',.' eluding STEAM HEAT, and more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSUREthan IS. A. J. 8KMBLER, Prorrletrw;,
t'a. .
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,, ; "'ftHt'!'.-_ :...J..Jr'q, ,.' ..4't" any other hotel In town. Accommodated 2:>0. Rates $],50 to $I.no: per -
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: '''AI i it day. FEASTER HOME TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
F. C. HAYDEX, Manager.
Corner Lemon and, Main :ltroets.
. \ -.' -- . -- --. First-class Table Good Sunny Rooms. Rates, Reasonable, special '
PAI... TIThe {.\. .' by the week, ,
; MRS. J. N. FKASTF.lt 1 |
MHS.I JULIA 11KKITWISCH. f Tioprlotors.

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Graham Hotel
1'I..TK.FLOIUDA.[ .
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,. ,, i+ .3 r Opposite Post Office and Ofllcoa.of Ocklua'.tha and St. Sohns, Ulvcr Steamers.

,,. f !, ,w.-uww-w I Only Brick Hotel In the City. Rates $j: and $::;!,311 por day New Rockledge Hotel

No Better Plncetn I the; .City Portent Moot( all Trains and limas I.(

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.r miv.l* ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER
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OM suAisitKKxi:, UOODALL, FLA.
-. -- .. PEN" :I:>: ::C117M: : :I3Ert. 0-dLtl.a; ,
& CULLENS, OWNERS:! AND PROmiETOUS.iDYAL .

. ---- OLD SEABRF.EZK: ,
- - The Seaside" Inn Orchestra, Casino Bowling Alleys Etc.
GOOI)A1.L, FLA.' 0I'

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. A. SHARES, Proprietor I J
b now open for the winter season, under the management/ of tbo owner
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F. STEWART. lUntlsome and new, situated on Daytona n.
Beach the hotel Is modern In all Its appointments, with large, airy pleasant lU nil It 1'1".'. f
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Heating's Casino and Pier.
The surf bathing. is unexcelled Terms moderate. J

Opposite postoflHoe. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re HOltACE F' STEWART, Owner and blannger.bl'.A13Rlasl \[ River View HOtel MKHRHT: FLORIDA. '

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novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. .. . . :. Situated on Hlglt Ground overlooking INDIAN UIVER. Surrounded t

by Orange trees and a PINE FOREST.: Highest, Healtblett Dryest Spot la

Rates $2.50( per day and upv THE CLARENDON SEA.UUEEZE. ... ,"". Florida Eloctrlo: Light, Baths, Sulphur Swimming Pool, Fishing, Boating t
(Daytona neach) and more Game than any place In the State. Booklet ,
B. W. SPERRY Proprietor. On the beautiful East Conat,110 miles south of Jacksonville. Capacity. dOubled W. b[. HAIOIIT, Proprietor.
by the addition of one hundred new rooms all connecting with private! bath nod
hot and cold running water.ln each room. Magnificent Foyer fine Sun-pnrlor, new
glass front dlnolnK-room 100( feet In length, facing tho broad Atlantic Ocean. Situ KAU dAI.I.II. '
sled directly on the blutt overlooking the famous Automobile Race Course Western
: N. NEAL Union Telegraph and Booklover's library located In Sun-pariar. Fine Ore lies'
tra Dancing: Howling, Tennis Blllarda and numerous other sports, .Spuclou t
lateen skillful mechanics and apparatus for charging Electric Motor Vehicles Hotel Sarno and Cottages RAU OAt.Tn:. FLA.
. HAS LEASED THE. . lluy tickets F. E. C. Ky. to Daytonn. The Clarendon busoM moot all trains. Jl.ig ,
J gage checked direct from Hotel. For rates, booklet and further Information IOn
The ad'i the Kau<:' faille ami Indian ]llver Two miles from the mouth of tho
dress Clarendon Seabreeze Flo., famous Danauit Itlvor. UiiHiirpas'ud Duck Shooting and FI hlnA'. The Hotel
ARAGON HOTEL E. L. POTTER Proprietor._ O. If. KNAPPE, Manager.\ and Cottagod. are elugnntly fin'nlshed. Freestone and Hulphiir Water. Hate, tSlSO
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AYTONA. fuinlshed for families. J, WATKINS IJC1C.AIKMIOUICNK. .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It __
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Is open on the American plan Bate $:,/b0 per day and upwards
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed, and It 18 The .
now second to none In the city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassed Gables DAYTONA, FLA. f
in the South. Rooms with private bath, $3 per day and upwards. MFI.1IOUHNE.: FLUItIUA
New Hotel Carleton
-OPEN FOR TIlE :SEASON: 1004.;3- I Ihevar.l County. k

fESTMORELAND HOTEL; West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE Located on Volusla Avenue, one block from PostolHce, and two and one- Finely situated on a high bin ft overlooking the INDIAN UIVKIf.: J
FLA. half blocks from Railroad Station. Five vlllw of the Halifax River. Surf and,I still suit water batltlng./ Hunting/ and. )Fluhlng. Sanitary

Sunny Comfortable Rooms, Single( or En-suite. Klectilo Lights and Baths plumbing furnace-bout and. gns-Ilglrt. Rules t if:! per day and up.
American plan. Centrally located. Just built aol open Special by tho weak, Private' halite/ j
TABLE UNEXCELLED11111. N. B. MAfGRIFK, Prop ROIIERThON A FKRGUSON.
ed this( season. Fine cooking anti good table. Hot and Cold Water i
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Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All I. b1ELltoullNM, Fro13IDA I
OF'
WEIGHT OF HAY. FRANKNESS MANNER. New Brown House
Brtrnnl .
street cars pass the door Rates, $2.00 to $2.50/) per day. -- County
Th.r De.re. ul Mnttirlty 'h"u Cwt Ttirr !. No More I>rll.titrnt Trait IKItlirr Centrally Located. on New HnVeii' \ Avenue. Kino( View of Indian River t I
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. tliieiacvn I 8irluliiK. IctuitMT or Old. and Crane Crock Clo..1! | Hunting and r\l4\1\ \ III 1(. Open the year ]Round
'l'III'vm lt! 01' i'\i>eriuieutd conducted There is no more delightful trait In RATES: $2 per day' Special' by tile week. '
by illfloicut ht. iloiiH olioxv that the do tho young or file, old thou abnoluUfruaknoHM : (iEn} M. BROWN',. Proprietor. 4
[he New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. grew of maturity ut which hay In cut and openness" of unlace: - .----.- .- . ... . ---. .--- .--. I
Inllupiifesery) largely the KhrliiUii! tllat transparency of character which POUT; iMKitci':.
-On the American and European Plan- .
( during ouriiitf./ At the Peimt<}'Ivuiiluexporliiicut lets. us Hee! the best und She worst In -. .
renovated. A
and
Under new Tnarmgemnnt. Newly furnished pleasantfamily !
home. Kates: American Plan, fJ.OO() ) and $$3.60; European, 50cts Ktntlon surly) cut hay lost them, their strong and their weak .
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. on ati uvtM'itKi '-!tl' per cent In weight. phials, without any effort ut conceal- Almond Boarding House, FORT "WICK:, FLORIDA. ,lt.Firstclans ,

U. \V. HANCOCK, Proprietor. while later rut hay lost only 21.5 per nieuf.Everybody. board at reasonable rates, can bll secured tho Almond Private ''.
The beautifully located Klverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs; Is under the cent Timothy, when cut Junt begin : ; admires the open heurted Boarding House. Only OliO block from depot A nice place tor people of '
same management. sing?' to bend lout To; per taut of vntor tho people who have nothing, tconcent moderate manor Favorite I1oarlInllllollll" of Fort Pierce .
in CU 1'1 ill/(; wlien cut nt the beginning/ und who do not try to cover J. I>. AL IONn.
of thu bloMHoinlnt period. (X) per cent, np their faults and weaknesses. They _. .
Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA. and cut a little later or about the usual are, as a rule, larged hearted. and -- - - -- .
ew ,, 19 East Forsyth Street time 57 per (','ut. The Michigan Hta. znngnunlrnoux. They Inspire love and WJ';S'l' AI4l'1 HACK.
tlon found n tdirlnknice of about CO per confidence, und by their very frankneRH --- .
Center of City; cool, airy rooms; flrsE-class in all appointments. The best cent In curing clover. At the New and simplicity, invite the same "

$2 to $2.50;) American plan house In the city. Open all the year. European York state Htatluti meadow [encuemlz qualities !In others.Serreflvenwa The Narcissus Cottages MARION and COH Ef.IA. '
ed with u little rinl clover text In ono (: repels us much .sfrunknenn :
plan $1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains' and steamships, Near lot G:.I,9{ per cent and In another 58.2 1 :: attracts. There It something Narcissus Struct, West Palm Boacll] Fin
all car lIne Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. per cent: dutlng curio The inoUturrctnlnotl about tbe very Inclination to con Hatel t $9: to.i.oO: per day Hpechtl rates by the wnnk.. V'
In curod. fmldor varies with cent or cover up which arouse sun Fronting on Lakr Worth, with attractive) view of the Palm Hunch, shore
different klndx. .ltn'uter gluten that plclon and distract. We cannot have Delightful, airy rooms. Klcctrlo lights, hot and cold bathe. and all modern
OLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL Corner Bridge and Bay Stieetg. for :''tnv Kngl.iiKl: timothy buy rctnin the came confldwwe In people who conveniences. 1'uble soryloo tho \bust Hmall children. not taken *

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. on an average 1pfr:: cent of niolnturo. posness this trait no mutter how good MRS. I,. D. IIO.SKINSON, West Palm Beach, Fin.HILTMOUK .
clover hay 11 per cent and corn fodder they may seem to be, us In frank,
-Rooms 50cts, Tocta;) and $1.00A '
23:: per cent. sunny natures. Dealing with theso

first-class Restaurant In Connection.. EITeet of Atnioaplivrlo Mulature. secretive people !In like traveling on a LaGrange-Semiaolo WKST: : PALM BKACH, FLORIDA. :
J. K, WOLFE [analer. .\ coiislderublo: l illlTurenca In shrink' stiigecnnch/ on a dark night. There '

age occurs) \lietwepn buy cured: In dry Is always a. feeling of uncertainty.We Opposite Boynl 'oIMlnn" on T.aka ,Worth. Rates $2 per ray: flO! per
weather und hay cured when the utxno8plK.ro may come out nil right, hut there week, and upward Most popular, up-to-datu, and bost table South.: ,
OTEL DESOTOFormerly Under new manogement. American and European. In morn or less moist. For N I lurking fear of souia pitfall or ]Renovated new throughout electrlo lights, baths, hot water supply. t .
Plan. Re-turniehed. Centrally Located. this rensou the shrinkage !In bay In a unknown danger abend of MM. Weoro Under management of O1CO C. LnORANOE,

( Geneva) Kates: COcts. to $2.50 per day- dry climate Is. usually smaller than In uncomfortable because of tho un -Hotel LaOrango 40IM11V nt 1'j7tb' St, :New York- '}.a t'
be all right
the more humid regions. At tho Kansas certainties. They may . .
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t3. P. NASII, Manager. experiment station small quantities and may deal siiunrely' with us, but -
of thirteen different kinds of bay burled the trouble Is that we are not sure 1:1 Ill'lUO 1 U':, N. c. j Ii
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cannot trust them. No matter
and
In the mow from four to( six months
ST ATJttUSTINi:. shrunk 4.5 per cent ou an average how polite or gracious"! a secretive per, I.

I ranging from a 14 per cent text. to a 3 Bon may be, wo can never rid ourselves Kenilworth Inn ( N. C. : ., };(
of the t'ellnj4 that there Is a
: per cent Kaln. Five tons of very dry .
timothy hay Htoreil, in a mow tor six motive behind hlfl gruclousness! and NKAU A"JlItV.r.rt:. i
Hotel Magnolia ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA I months at the Michigan experiment that be has an ulterior purpose In I "

station lost nearly 7 per cent, and In view. He In always more or lesx ofan OPEN THROUGHOUT TIIK YEAR: : ::1.
another test 5.GOO pounds of tbe sums. enigma becauxo he goes through
kind of hay in Rotxl condition placedIn life wearing/ a mark lIe endeavor, KtmAlt II. MOORE:, Proprietor. ;'t i I :

ONK OF THE FIRST-CLASS HOTELS OF ST. AUGUSTINE. the mow July 0 hud lost 770 pounds, to hide every trait that H not favor.helpIt . . .. - .- --. .- ..;
or 13.8 per font, by Feb. 18 following. able to himself. Never 1C he cnn '
Practical men estimate that bay put do we get n glimpse of tbe real PALM: IIKACII. I

NDW OPKVPALlkiER In the mow when In good condition man.
usually shrinks aboutU per cent by How different tbe' men who comes
the time !It U. baled. The Utah experiment out In the open who! has no secrets, :beach Club Cafe. : Ii I
station has reported a loss of a who reveal bis heart to u. and who In

& MacDOWELL.Hotel little over 15 per cent la a ton of timothy ) frank broad and liberal! How 'nulck-{ (Incorporated[ ) j jOPEN f
he wins confidence! How we all 1
liny after it had been kept la the ly our JANUA11Y l:;TII. '
barn for nine month A stack of timothy ( love and trust him! We forgive him .
hay containing a little over two for' many a slip or weakness t>eean ofc Adjoining ground of Hotel Royal Polnclana, I'ulin Jloach, on tho north,
St. George- ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIOA.ENLAKGEI tons and built in the open bad gained Is always ready to confess hi* faults

a little over 1 per cent during the same end to make amends for them. It be Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours 4
LAST SEASON. time. Tbe results with clover Lay at bun bad qualities/ they ore nlw.iyn insight ,
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ANT) lilPKOVED SINCE; .
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to 0.(0 *
the name station show a loss of 3.70 and we are ready I
Elevator. Steam beat." Private baths! First-class, up-to-date hotel. per cent during nine months when kept lowancos for them. Ills heart I IH round Fl rst-ciass Chef, C'nlidno and Servlco. ,I i

93 per day: : Send: I for booklet.M. la for the the barn name and period a galu-vrLen of stacked 10 per cent out and attire true The: hU very nyunpnthloH qualities are bo br"I P"lessea"> and. . :pr:1-vato: :D:1n.:1n.g: : : : :Ja.r1ors. . ,

B. aiONTGOMEUV, of Haestls. House, Saratoga, of doors frankness And simplicity"- conducive Orders. received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hour : .+!'
to the growth of the I Uhest; .- ,
and Proprietor.
Owner
A Guaranteed Cure For 1'lltn. J manhood and womanhood.>' ,'**. y- > F
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1tcbln Blind, Bleeding or Protruding
Tile DrugKUts: refund If PAOOISTMEMT I Ilaa Stood tlio Text :'.5 Y.-aro+. q
money :
BU1tfiln6 falls to cure any case, no The old original GUOVJC'H ''ra"ule"l THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE 11 J
on matter how ]long standing; la ft to 14 ':blll 'ronla. you know what you .are } i
days. Flritapplication gives: ease: and !taking It Is Iron and quinine In a taste- ':
rest fiOc. If your Druggist hasn't It lens form. No cure no pay, 60ot. at the i J
;'roa AND sT OEORoa TREET9 oIL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA send ((Jo. la stamp and It will be forwarded I ICed Cross Pharmacy, Tllusvllle, Fin i ''I
tpPpSITB POSTOFFI'-S and PLAZA ". well poat-paid by 1'arls 1Iledlcine Co., . ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . i
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)tort. central 'oeatloo 18 the e1tT. Stlet\y anpraoL Jco.. 1'4"d'dJ'! re.. ar"00.;::'.. .. St. Louis Mo. Do( you subscribe for the ADVOCATK.: ? 5 !
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.*******.******************************************** A SOCIAL PARTY. ADDITIONAL LOCALS:

,.. .. Most Complete:::: : Line :
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: VA H IC Capt. and Mrs. Peter Nelson of South -Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Pritchard have EVER SHOWN IN J

Tltnsvllle, gave; a very enjoyable soda rented their furnished house, and] gone Wi MMSBl MHi i MWMsHS*
: :: We guarantee our :tI party on Monday evening, when about *: DIAMONDS: f CUT GLASS :
to the hotel to board.
forty persons were present. "Fairyland," SOLID GOLD JEWELRY : STERLING SILVER TABI.K- :
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their beautiful little summei and winter DeSteuben Iwas j: FILLED JEWELRY I WAKE.
-Attorney T. J. GOLD s
WATCHES! I resort on the bank of Indian: River, this office on Monday J STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE i
the callers at
I I in front of their residence, was gaily among ..

s 3 decorated with Chinese lanterns. Tables He halls from Goslingsvllle.Dr. *: The finest line Sterling\ Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties OVer *
t 8 and seats were scattered around, and the J shown In Tltusvllle.J rt
guests were well supplied with clam J.. E. Miller, after spending a
ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL :
: M II ul' a; o// chowder various kinds of sandwiches week or so In town, departed) for| Eau : SPECIAL ORDERS.

.. claret Justice punch to., etc.We, which question ware it done there ample Is Gallie. and other points on Monday.Mr. J G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla ;I

** \t,,..111..,,.i and KlflnWATCH ... JEWKL.KH4 R_JMI'OltTKHS: so pretty a spot ns the abou at qny Robt. J.. Motlow returned from ....*************************.**********************J

; KS. XX-- 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.: :1: other private residence on tho East Mulberry, Tonn., on Wednesday night, -"- --. ..- -- --. --- .. .- --=
Coast.'
yf Till I'1f.uIAr"' Make.. ... -Our 100-pnge Catalogue mailed on relueetalways After grand display of fireworks the and left for Cocoa, yesterday afternoon. & E3::
lit- Ii.a took.I3. a EL. : :R.Y': : :, Rp.
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***************************************************** guests repaired to the house, where they -:\ and jurs. .juiiui Yu"Ir' Aline u.u\t ,
were regaled: with vocal and Instrumental -DEALERS IN-
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music and the
graphophono.Capt.
L. MOTLa0 7V BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS and Mrs. Nelson and Mr.( and are now boarding at the Sombler Cot I GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAYI AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS ;

SIONERS. Mrs. Hondergaard received the guests tage. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for WAPES FERTILIZERS !
and treated them quite royally. We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all nOD :
I Wanted, the address of L. D. Britt, ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station ulD I

r'' A,1r the The Chnirman-onthe2ndinet.mooting was called I to order Present by: A CHRISTMAS PARTY. who was In Titusville a few weeks ago, E. L. BRADY & DRO. TITUSVILLE, FIA.we ] I i

.T. K. Walker and W. It. Walker, 1st DIs- with the view of opening a furniture .. - - --- - -- - !

trier,; J. I It. Mior, 2nd District; It. A. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lanouette, formerly store.
Conkllng: :Urd District; J. C. Jones] -Hh of this town, entertained a few friends the E. COLDSMITHDealer
Dlstilctand J. F. Bell Sth District -We failed, last week to mention
V ; ( ; A. on Christmas Day at their new home on ; ,
A Stewart clerk; J. P. Brown, sheri If. Castle Gate Road, Grove Hall, Boston. large sign painted across the entire frontof In-
r IIUu, Minutes of last meeting were rend and Among those who bad tho pleasure of John K. Walker Co.'s large:: brick -

approved. sitting/ down to a most delicious dinner store. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AH
Report Justices of the I'eace J. M. were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Austin, of ,

/Sanders: J, II. Baker, C. F. McBride, London, Eng.; Mr. Archibald< Altree, of -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of TItusvillo, PRODUCE OF At L KINDS.

W. K. KOCHCU and II. G. Uronson, were Tampa, Fla.; and Capt. and Mrs. J. O. President of the Fort Dallas National TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
received. Walton, of Boston. After dinner, and
Constables) bond of. Leon 33. Adams during the remainder of the day, vocal Bank: Miami, was In Jacksonville a dayor ::::

was approved. and Instrumental music were indulged; In so this week.
On motion the clerk la Instructed to until midnight, when the bells ringing/ Wm B. Walker
Mrs. L. II. Brace and Miss Grace
Fine Liquors Wines, Beers, have non-resident hunting licenses print.ed on the sleighs, announced, at the door, -
to cover present law. Brace joined Mr. Brace at the ITaulover
the arrival of this season's vehicle, to -- Dealer In -
Alas Stout Etc.
County Judge and 'fax: Collector's report take the respective guests to their homes. camp tills week, for the purpose of hunt-
iiU1"8end me your orders( of licenses collected, during the All being ready and about to depart, tile I lag and lishing.Mr. Staple ar: .d Fan.c'3i': Groceries: :: ,

TITU8VILLE. : and JCOA, FLORIDA. mouth of December for the year 1005, quests; wore not sparing/ In showering '
amounting to $31 State: nnd 'JiJS' County, praises on the host and hostess for the and Mrs. T. P, HowcsJ'aro] still Fr1.t.its.aD.d.:: Veg'eta:bles,

East Coast Meat Market was Justices received.of the Peace bonds of W. C. manner Christmas in which Day they of 1001.were entertainedon snugly ensconced In the Budge house on Hay:: G-zaisa.: anal Feed

Peterson, J. E. Heed and U. '1'. McBildo, Main street, and will remain there until ,

were approved.Tax April or May. -Your Patronage Solicited

n. F. DUKEN, Agent. Collector's report of polls collected NEW MEMBERS INSTALLED. TITUSVIM.T5, FLORIDA.
during the month of December, amounting -Dr. J. II. Judd of Fayettvllle, N.r.,

rs:: to 1\1:1\ :! for the year loot( waft received. The new Board of County Commissioners returned home, Tuesday, after spending
C'1:>> ca: Reports of D. S. Carleton and Dan TJT"US"V'JLLE: : LIVITY: STA.DLE.
-; for Brevard County was In session the holidays with his wife and Drf and
Nrte Sloan, cattle Inspectors, were received.
this
week when
Mr. Wm. R. Walker -
Mrs. E. };. Kolllns.
,;:: Petition of C. A. Killer, et all., citizens
the newly-elected member, was i Installed. t
c-::> of the 4th district| granted, and R. L. !Mr. 1.. A. Conkllng now occupies -Mrs. M. S. Jones and! Miss Annie FEED AND SALE jr+Il ?pU SADDLE ItOn E5
Brown, J. S. Keen and J. U. Coats are the elf
position > Chairman of the
returned to Demand Wednesday
Jones on -
.c:>> appointed it committee to mark, view Board, vice Mr. John K. Walker, re- .,.STABLKS... BUGGIES.
...-- and lay out the road as prayed for in tlri-.l. after spending the holidays here.

said petition.! At the meeting of the School Board, Miss Annie Is a student at Stetson Uni- BAGGAGE 1 W di SURREYS
I Letter or Ji. 11. Hancock received.!, and Mr. John H. Walker was Installed ns versity. ,
_. c->> I the Jtoiird egrets that it cannot consistently Superintendent of f Public Instruction, TRANSFER::\ BH |B| |.t, lf and TURNOUTS of
I:::' --- comply) with his request\ as all -Miss Annie of the
era and Messrs. A. J. Carter, 11. F. Ilardestyand Morgan, one principal
c..o2 d persons in need of assistance must come J. M. Orrel as members of the Hoard. assistants In the Red Cross Phar HAULING' ETC. S ..all kinds..
to the County Poor Farm. !ilr. Ilardeaty Is chairman of the Board.
The Treasurer's macy, Tltusville, left, yesterday, for Melbourne -
TITUSVILLE FLOUIDA. received
report wall The members
retiring are Messrs. J. !1.
r. 3vr.:
and decked up. The paid warrants Dixon, J. J<;. B'ultz and R. N. Andrews; and Grant, on a.vacation of several .OSbaX1,
turned over T by him with bin report were also Mr. H. E. Minis, Superintendent of weeks. TITUSVILLEIn rear of Itobbins' Law 011lceFLORIDA..

destroyed by Messrs. Conkllng and Dell. Public Instruction .
- --- - -- -- -
Robbins & Graham Co The Treasurer bad his usual certificate( ,--Mr. Chas. F. Xaethlng, one ofJNew '

of deposit attached to his report. i fork's prominent residents with n'party INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

(Incorporated Bill of Planters Securely Rank Is re- DANCING IN TITUSVILLE.One of friends are expected here to-day, to
) tared to the Commissioner of that district TITUSVILLE, FLA.
take a cruise with Capt. Jack Lnllin, on
.PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00This for action. of the largest dunces since the 4th Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentioi

company owns Clerk's report of Tax Sales redeemedor of July, was that of Friday night last, the Rose Marie. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

purchaeedduring! the month of November In the Opera house, Tltusvllle. The -Miss Frankie Stewart, daughter of T. T.. WETMORE, ;Proprietor.1n.1"11Y1 .
:2Li AN: :ID S was received. floor at every dance was crowded and
On motion, I'. J. Hall Is instructed to every one spent a pleasant evening. County Clerk and Mrs. A. A. Stewart,

a the Indian River Country; On the St. comply l with the recommendation One Monday evening, Miss Annie who had been spending the holidays In :!:'
: : : : 1.: : :
and of the Grand Jury, In regArd. to en- Jones gave a dance in the Opera houseIn Titusville returned to St. Augustine on g., ,
Xiucle River; at New River on BayCIscayne.
the Court Tills work
Urging: room to honor of her friend. Miss Bessie I
Monday, to resume her studies In St.'oseph's .
Prices to suit the times. be done under supervision of the Board. 'ownsend, of Marion, Ala. There was and general repairing of all kinds.
Letter of }<}. / receivedand Acadamy.
Schuyler: was quite a number of merry dancers present, '
Send for Land List. on motion( a copy of the same Is who "tripped the light fantastic" until -Mrs. W. :N. Hendry, Dr. M. Hendrix, Leaders, Gutters, Stove Pipe, Etc., made to order Pipe Fittings, Etc.
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami Fla. ordered mailed to the Fish nod Game midnight
Warden with request to take some Mrs A. D. Penney, Miss Daisy Brady,

action, and report same to this Board at BUDGE PROPERTY SOLD. Miss Lolllo Penney, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. -; Business Promptly Attended To-

FOR SALE. the February meeting.On Mast, Colonel T. A. Evans and Mr.
motion, 1,001) Is ordered trans-
fOi red from the Fine and Forfeiture fund Mr. T. F. Budge of Miami, 'who has Joseph Williamson were among the Address or call on GEO, J. WHITE, Tltusvllle, Fla.

Over 1,000 acres on Indian River, Fla. to tho Feeding Pilsoners fund. been spending the holidays' with Cap. pleasant callers at this office last Saturday __ __ _
BUILDING LOTS: WILD LAND On motion, the Sheriff Is allowed to tale and Mrs. James Frltnuard, of Titus. afternoon.' -- h
,
purchase table for use in bin office. vine, old' his house and lots on Main
CHANGE & GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, Request Mrs. Sidney Carpenter. is and, DeSoto streets, last Friday, to Mr. -Mrs. T. Blake Walker, who" has The Titusvillle Blacksmith Shop
John Henry,treasurer Brevard county. and ,
PINEAPPLE PI.ANTATIONS, refused. been visiting her parents, Capt. Mrs.
Petition of 11. D. ItiiiTnor,et al., cltlscens The Dut day Mr. Henry sold it to Mr. '
'as. Pritchard In Tltusville for the
-*5 to 1,000 PElt AC UK; of Koseland Is referred to Commissioner n. I,. Baldwin tills town. It Is quite O. B. STEELE: Proprietor.All .

Owing to poor health owner will sell of that district. a nice piece of property, and Air. Bald. past two or' three weeks, expects to kinds of Blacksmith, Machine! and Engine Be Her Work: will be done by
I : quantity desired oheap on On motion, N. M. Fish l lit elected win Is to be congratulated upon the leave .for her home In Jacksonville lit a
,
ROY easy
Superintendent of Roads for let district.On purchase. tow days. Mr. and, Mrs. Walker expect experienced workmen.
terms. Rare opportunity for profitable
motion, the following bonds to to spend the winter in St. Augustine. -Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-
Investment. carry pistols were approved! : S. I). Noel, SOLD HIS PLACE.
JAS. HOLMES, F. It. Moore nod E. M. Humphrey. -Mr. and Mrs. Benj. W. Jerome, of A bicycle, gun and! .

11.12t Jensen, Flo. On repeating motion, ;the rules following were I approved bonds F.to Mr. Joseph Williamson, one lllcoo'w, New! London, Conn., who own propertyon G-oX1ora1: :El.opa:1r: : Shop .
carry ; old settlers, has sold his Indian River and Lake Worth
home expect
orange
S. Waters, F.V.. Addison, W. 13. Savell and will be operated In connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
and S. D. Noel. grapefruit grove and pineapple to sail from New York, on Tuesdaynext

Hodgson Bros. The following bills were examined and I highly plantation.respected Mr. Williamson resident: of hue Brevard been ,a: for Jacksonville. They will spend -SATI FACTIO GUARANTEED _

approved and warrants ordered to be the winter at West Palm Beach -
County for the 2:1: and his ,stoppingover
EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. drawn for the same, this Jan 3, 11)03.) past years,
numerous Indian Hirer friends will regret at Titusvtlle, with Mr. and Mrs. T.
.
Marine Railway. ('felleraIFun.l.J departure from our midst. He Wetmore, for a day or so. Boydell's'Oo1obr
n Walker, Co COIn and mileage. 900 III getting; along In years, and his son ((10 oCl
General Merchants .
and II.
Ship Chandlers. r U.lll1ul, S 40
It A Cnnkllllif.Of U *0 New York) delirious that he retire -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. White and two(
..Special Facilities.. John C. .Iollod, >> SO far from active work and go north. little boys of Montreal Canada, were
J K IlKll 2-1 Ito\
for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing W It Walker .. J MIA passengers Wednesday's southbound
A Stewart accountant...... ...... ...... 3 Yachts and Launches. .. .. in for iiiib..i... ... fl 00 train, en route to Kockledge for a day or

Mention .ADVOOATB when J.P. Brown. Jnll.ir,....., ................... so 00 so. Mr. and Mrs. White own a fine
writing. .. .
.. .
Janitor .... n tar
.. .. waltingonCoCom........ .... 400A Mr. J. :M. Oaban has: purchased the orange; grove at City Point, which they --.E1Na- ,
DPdnney Hilary en"nty.luIK' ....... 2H 00K.lontrlo Drown house and two lots on Hopkins
J. L. MOIBLFY : Light Co. Mtitit and heat at jail.. !il 75: street, just east of the County Clerk's were about to visit. Mr. White will
tt 8 NnrwiMxl, Ron Olllitur and, ....... Id lap "
exp
leave
York
LOanMen, Salary 1'ros .A tty....... .. XI: XI: office, and as soon as the house Is ready for New and Montreal this O"n: STOVES.A.T ;
TITUSVILLE, FLA. / A heeal", ferryman ., lea) for occupancy, Mr. Osban will move week, owing to Important business mat. fa.-
U Howler :::.::::: ::::::::::, 1<> noM from the cottage on Palm street. Con.
Contracts for all kinds of Fainting, Kalaomlning A Stewart r nyt rcfimnil. en land tolil.\ to uo) ers. Mrs. White and the children will
A A Stewart I'lk and l auditor. ,... .... .... 1.10211 tractor hail and a force of men have
Staining and! the winter In
Finishing PaperHanging .> .. elk et ot...... .... ............ ft KA been engaged raising and repairing the spend Daytona -. -
at the most reasonable price .. '. ouct............... .... 13 00 the house and the painters have beenat
.
consistent with good workmanship (continued on page 4.) work on the Inside rooms, this week. For Charter.

All Work on the East Coast JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
CHAUTAUQUA SESSION.The
NEW YEAR'S DAY. Cruising yawl, Trochee. For particulars ]
Sollolted-
Especially enquire of the owner,
Let me know what you want and !get my coming session of this Chautau New Year's Day In Tltusvllle was ueh- Stanley Hitching Stuart, Fla. ::SeD WARE: ,
estimate on it. Prompt attention qua will be held during the) last two hered In by the ringing of church bells '
given to all work. wqeks) of February, commencing on and blasts of whistles. The day was a -- - - Titusville Florida':
February the ISlb, and ending on February delightful one, the sun being warm and -

...................... 27th. very bright throughout. Services were J. R. WALKER & -- \
Home evil-minded person -who has no' held in the Episcopal! and Methodist CO., THE EAST COAST LUMBER
CO.
& SUPPLY
2 E. Vesey Hall 2 consideration for the best interests of churches on the above day, and they ,
the East: Coast of Florida has '
circulated were fairly crowded. TITUSVILLE. FLA. MANUFACTURERS AND DKALKR9 IX-
2 Georglana, Fla. ;| I a report that there may be no LUMBER
session. This Is entirely spite work AND BUILDING MATERIAL-Everything to construct a hon!.

J Boat Builder. :i: and has no shadow of truth in It. CHURCH NOTICES. -

The platform workers are engaged, Brick, Lime
and
.OXLYFIRST-CLASSWORK.t and Davidson will open the session Sash Cememt. Plaster: and Hair Turned Work Brackets.

2 Write for Estimates. on the mi, of February, as above Rev W. F. Allen, of Titustille will\ r Nails and, Doors Blinds. Paints and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet Work.
f : stated. We have prepared th t finest preach In Methodist church at Cocoa e Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screen

.NNNINN.I.NNNd program tbat we have ever presented. next Sunday, January 8th, both morn- Rooting and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes.
i It will be an Intellectual treat to( all who leg and evening, at the usual hours for Prices are not always the! lowest, but stock Is always the Best.

d I attend. Preliminary program will be worship. _____________ -Yard. at Tltusville, Eau Oallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-
ready for distribution In a few days.
The hotel accommodation of Melbourne The Old lUivcksnilth Shop -

Is now( .. greater than ever before, C. A.
there being three good sized houses as All kinds of BlacksnlthlngatidXVagon DUPONT'SHASTINGS
well an several boarding houses. There
Work tires shrunk: without _
will probably be one or more resturants ; cutting a LIVEll.V :1tiI1a S".r..A..BLES
wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and : SALE .
the session of
< open during Chautauqua. much better horse
shoeing and
S7.OU Persons wishing further Informationwill epaiflng. Do not be Vvf gun
astray. Cometo
kindly address either of the follow. I FLA
the old shop
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY Ing: Rev \V. L. Davidson, 1711 GrantSt. J. D. E S IIS: Tltusvllle ,
( ., N. W., Washington, D. C., or Wil- Fla. Can supply anyone oa the East Coast( with .
RDntjAtlSCNYluI; Ham T, Wells Melbourne Florida.( Dvr PcrfectlM: Tray Irunk."
MAnNu J. rLQRuiA.l JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at . II 0 R S E 8. MULES HARNESS. .

nr- OLD NEWSPAPERS For Sale this office, at reasonable rates. Give Has the Celebrated Tray Trunk: for Sale. and single or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates.

Cheap, at this office. us a share of your work -Call and see It-
WRITE HIM at above address.



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