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.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 13, 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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Volume ID: VID00381
Source Institution: University of Florida
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[LOCAL NEWS, Tim T.AKGI: BRICK: STOHI:. Special Sale at ]';:hIlO'I4, -!Mr. II. C. Pitts, of Mulberry, Tonn., Mrs. S. N. (ilad win left, Sunday, AMONG THE HOTELS.

Monday, Jan. lit. is now assisting Mr.Hobert. I.. Motlow. for a visit with her son, Mr. R. R. Olml
Topics of General Interest. J. R. WALKER ..t: CO., win and unity, of Kott IMoicuMr. The AOVOCVTK I I..* on file at all the
-Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones anti l family. ;
best hotels, \In New York city.
TITUSVILLE, FLA.
There will be a Special :Sale: at Kline'sbig left hero, Wednesday. for their. home J. L. Mobley had a force at
Will for the remainder of January, as Where to stop along. the East:I Coast
and Goods Store
THE ADVOCATE, _, Clothing Dry on near Quay work the first of the weuk, painting: the
Is our custom, sell all Winter Dress See lint. of hotels and boarding houseson
fl.50 per annum In advance.;: Monday next, the 10th of January, when front of the largo brick store of J. K.
11.00 sir months, .. Goods AT COST. What we say we do, Elastic Seam Drawers,!, of splendid qual- -Mr. Harry Allen, of Oak Hill, was a Walker A Co.Attorney. 1st, ,I th sand 7th pages.

|$2.00: per aa. to foreign countries. we do do. Our cut prices are for every !I Ity, all sizes, will be sold at. 4tcts.) passenger on Monday night's train, 011 The' Klvorvlow hotel, Merritt, hall
body-no select few, or special friends. bin to Cocoa on a short visit. Geo. M. Ribblns linn,
Reading notice ads. are ten jents Balbriggan Undershirt, of good quality way ol't'u..lltll doors for tile season, and has
All this week been In Miami whore ho hat;
,
our customers are our friend and ,
pine on this page.; special' 40cts. eacb.Men's -Mr.[ W. W. Kirby, of Palatka, bas a goodly number of guests.Mr. .
all several lu the Circuit Court bo-
receive tbe same courteous treatment. case ,
Ilalf-hose, In Black and Tan, been in town this week vtsltii his sister
the ADvoE
>g
for -
hen you subscribe THIS SALE will include all the senson's faro Judge M S. Jones. W. Fleming now' "hold thefort"
the it does not cost youe 20ct. quality for lOcls. and brother-in-law! Mr and Mrs. T
by year as chief clerk at the Pouoo lo
.
> cents per week, postage included.? latest effects In Diess Goods( Novelties Five Dollar Stetson Derby Hats, P. Howes There I"I Important work to do In ho
Leon St. Augustine place can
Embroidered Flannels, Henriettas, Brown or Black: will be offered for Indian River i.odgeNo.1)0) F. A A. !II. ,
ADVOCATE is on Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Copeland of!
EAST COAST till to the King' taste
LIIK news-stands, at five Brilllantines, Serges,Worsteds, Etc., Etc $::1.1>0. thin. (Friday) evening;, mil a flllll'ttend-
the following Titusvllle Sun
on
k at Quay\ panned through
ts copy : You wrong yourself unless you take advantage We will also place on sale 500 pairs of for ance of members. and visiting brethren Hotel Bollevue, Melbourne, Is now '
per day 011 their way to St. Augustine l
atusville-Red Cross Pharmacy of this sale. odd !Men's Trousers, all sizes: and/ nice In. ri'iiioHted.. open and ready to receive guests, and
the winter
cksonvllle-Duval\ hotel. We are not the only house smith of patterns, at almost half their regular season. your attention I.I called to the ad., this
-Mr. T. Blake Walker of Jacksonville
r>te date of expiration printed upon New York where you can find what you value. DR. MILLER, THE DENTIST, will be nrilvad In TItiisvlllo, Saturday week, oil our 4th page.

or wrapper every week. This want, but no merchant In the world will You should not miss these goods at Stuart January 13th, for a few days ,
r paper as )last few visit with Its wife Hotels Duval Westmoreland
Aragon ,
No needIns on a days' ,
[receipt to sond for receipt your money.for subscription. for try a harder regular to customer.please you, and keep you they are splendid value for sr little -Mr. W. G. Coulter, of Camden, N. who has been spending several weeks In New Wlndli. New Travelers Wolfe'sand

I date gives It to you. OUR (STOCK Is bristling with BARGAINS money. J., joined Mr. Edgar A. Freeman at the town with her parents, Captain and. the DoSoto:; Jacksonville, art all do-

Mall Orders receive prompt attention. Sembler Cottage: yesterday, _and both 111 rll. J nines prltchaid. Ing an excellent tourist business
VDVOcArRS for sale at the Red : ::! in every department. Shoes,
J 1'1.Il'S KI.IVK: have gone quail shooting.
Is i Pharmacy, U'itusville. Gents' Furnishings, Clothing, Rubber 'DO YOU SMOKE ? The Now Kocklodgo hotel, Rookledgo,

A sign now ornaments the Goods, Millinery, Trunks, Furniture, Titusvllle, Fla. -Mr. Gen. E.!: Seabrlng of Son rlnjl, It so, go to the Roil CroHnritarniitcy| managed by Mr. 1'aul A, Shares, Is already -

>Meat new Market of G. F. Duren. Staple and Fancy Dry Goods-In fad -The homo of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. ,, O, with his wife and children, who M'ltusvlilfi, and I !got n good, clgnr.' doing n. good:( tourist; business, and

most anything you want. formerly spent their winters at Rock- '{'weuty.fi va brands to select Irons.Mr. theaces of many old 1 patron are again
r.ET SOAPS-A large line will Stone, of Titusville, was made happy,I lodge/ are now located In the 1'cllacler
Yours for continued favors and service seen around the hotel.
lobe Red Cross ,, on Tuesday, January 10, I90, by the arrival OC!), E. Piltchott, one of Tltu. .
J-rlve this week at Cottage, Daytona. .
JOHN It. WALKER & CO.
of a 10-lb. girl. villa's prominent citizens< loft bore Sunday As will be seen on our 7th page, Hotel :
Titusville.
harmacy. Titusville, Fin. BURNT LKATHEU AND WOOl goods; for, Dublin, On. to look after PI a/a, Itockledgo, under the management I

[Our mailing clerk hall been sending -1'1Ie weather wu quite warm yesterday -hand painted-handkerchief and various business Interests he has In that of Mr. H. II. Peck, U open In full

bills to all delinquent subscriberspast Judge M. S. Jones ,has been hold- -73 In the shade. It. Is the same boxes mirrors etc. A line display -
] glove town and neigh bo i'hood. Mr. Piltchott swing, and ball a goodly number of

[ week or two. Those in arrears ing Circuit Court at Miami this week to-day, with all the windows and doors next week at the bled Cross TharJinncy. : expects to return hero this. afternoon, to guest.*. Rock lodge is always very pOI>U- '
of this oflloe wide
1 please bear this In mind. -Mr. W. E. Goldsmith spent several open. attend the meeting of Freemaxonn to. lar with ton lists.

Mr. W. L. Howes, brother of Mr. days, this week, visiting his brother, :MrM. -Mr.( Trezyant Feaster left Titus -Mrs. O. C. Yates and children, night. Since the first. days of winter, the cor

IP. Howes, of Tltusville\ Fla., hase F. Goldsmith of Fort Pierce vllle, on Tuesday, for West Palm Beach, Leon and Clark, loft Tltusville, Monday, -Mr. and Mrs. Thos. It. Walle and riders of Hotel Windsor, Jacksonville,
where he has with
| to Jacksonville, to accept a po- -Mr. W. II. McFarland, who Ins been accepted a position For Fort Pierce, where she will join her daughter/ prominent residents ot Wellesley .- have boon well filled with people, and
Mr. A.. T. Feaster In the City Moat
rm of traveling salesman for Marx spending a couple of weeks on tile West Market. husband, who has accepted I a position Heights, Mass., who recently rented Jrl consequence of this," Mr. Cullens do-

there His territory wills be the Coast, returned to Titusville on Sunday.Mr. In P. P. Cobb's, store. the residence of Mr. and Mrs. D. B. olded to begin the dally concert much ..II ..
(tern section of the State. -Miss Catherine Sams, of Courtenay;
-Dr. Cbas. G. Weld,, after spending Prllchard, In South TItiisvlllo, arrived earlier than In past. seasons.
I. Uilllltli of Providence and Miss Jessie blinders of Indmnola
R. ,
Among other speculations In the the Christmas and New Year holiday'swith here, Tuesday, to spend abut four All the palatial hotel of the Florida
R. IT Is his friendsat came to Titusvllle yesterday to attend
again among many up ,
jtropolis of Florida, Mr. G. Caryes bin family in Boston, returned to months. We gladly welcome this genial
East Const Hotel System are now
Rockledge. lIe is an expert at haulIng the Eastern Star meeting and sup- open,
of Dinsmore, a former Titusvllle Titusvllle on Saturday, and In again at family to. 'lltusvllle.
the Royal Poluclana I'alm
in fish with hook and line. per. They returned home by launch except ,
dent, will probably go Into lobe drug last night Canaveral Club, having; good; sport\ with When III need of Fine HATS, NKCK- each, which will throw open its doom ,
mess In Jacksonville with Dr. Fred RANDALL & CRAIG CO., Klsslmmee, the ilucks.
SHOES
WEA K, SHIRTS, COLLARS, for the season, tomorrow, Saturday,
Chaffee also formerly of Titusvllle Fla, have for sale 5,000 acres of r good -Mrs. J. N. Feaster, who bait. buen
'THE PORTER; PRODL'Ci: COMpany CLOTHING, or anything else Inthe: with. Mr. I Fred bterry, manager, and Mr.

manager.Monday's. orange land, located In lake region of spending couple of months with her of Jacksonville\ which In Klorld GKNTS: FURNISHING line, go to Fred C, King, chief clerk, a* heretofore.Mr. .
Polk county. Write them.:112: daughter, Mrs. T.V.. Anderson, of I '
newsy Jacksonville Met- ,k's lament/ and best fruit and produce Penney Iliannlng's, TltusvDIe, Fla., Jos. Freeling, private secretaryto
Scale, Ala., la agila In Titusvllle, payIng
lolls says: "C. D. Walton, the popu- -The at ntlon of pineapple growers attention to her popular boardinghouse house tllIcltsyullr( consignment; where Everything is New and Uptodate. ; Mr. Henry W. Meirlll, manager of I

jand able editor and proprietor of the and packers Is drawn to the ad. of the on Lemon street. They deal exclusively In fruits and Penney & Uran nlnlot. the Royal Palm, Miami, was a southbound ;

f-r COAST ADVOCATE, of Tltusville, United Paper Co., of Atlanta, Oa., on produce, consequently are In positionto -Mrs. L. II. Brace and, MUs Laura l passenger" on Monday night, en

In the city today on a brief visit. Mr. our 3rd page. Buy your paper from this The EDWIN CLAl'P SHOE, for Bale give your consignments' the attention Brace, ot Clilougo. ; also Mrs. W. II. Mc- route to Miami. Mr. Freollng had been

|]ton owns one of the best newspapers firm, for they will treat you right. only by Penney & Branding, la, with they deserve. GIVE THEM I<'arland, of Taunton, MOMS, were among on a trip through the west and north- "

he State, and It pays him a hand- -:Mrs.( W. II. Hall and daughter, Wll out doubt, the swelleitt :Shoe: ever A TRIAL. 21-2IJ the recent pleasant callers at the Anvo- west., where he foiyid the weather bitter
shown In Titusvllle. To sell
one pairto
no dividend. lard, arrived In Titusvllle on Hunday -Mr. E ]It. Bradley, one of the VATIC offlae. Irll. Brace and daughter cold. ; :

PENNEY & BRANNING'S, Titus- last, ., after spending several months visitIng a customer other,:Shoe.means he will never proprietors of the ]leach Club, wise recently have been .at. their camp| at the Haul- The following hotels and boarding/ t

jh'Ie'! there are over one thousand Mrs. Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.if. wear any arrived at Palm leach from over, for n couple of weeks, and are en. houses. are open and ready to receive :

nmples to select from. Let us make Clark, at Manatee on t.beVest Penney & Branning, Tltusville.Wn Chicago, predicts a prosperous season, oylng the hunting and fishing with Mr. guests, as will be Keen by the display f .

'air Now Year's SUIT; of CLOTHES. Coast. Mr. and Mrs Hall are now regret to learn that Dr. J. H. and says. that crowd of people are com- Brace ads. on our Ith and 7th. page: f.

>ir' Mr. O'Neal an expert In taking domiciled[ In their new home on Wash Ross Is still berlously ill with Inflammation log to Florida this year. Mrs.. Brndely -Mr. A, (l. Shaver and wife, and Mrs. Windsor hotel JACKI'IONtlrrr.lI' :. ,\, -

l ur measure for TAILOR-MADE ngton avenue. of the liver; but w'e trust he will Is still In Chicago! and will remain In Richard (trelver, all of Bollalro, Ohio, Duval hotel.

LOTI lING. We guarantee n perfectt. FOR SALE-The famous' Toquet Gasoline soon take a turn for the better. Dr. that city a while longer, coming to arrived In '1'lt ullvllle on Monday, and Aragon hotel.Westmoreland. t

| The very Latest Style. Marino Motor. TIle best In the Joss Is receiving tbe very best of attention Palm lleacli when the noanon has loft the same afternoon In a launch for hotel. 4 I

Penney & Brannlng, Tltusville.Mr. world for launches and for auxiliary: from Mrs. Ross and her daughter, thoroughly begun. The above famous the famous. Iummittorange grove, just New New Traveler Wind. hotel.hotel. '

draft. Urs. F. M. Ten 111; and two physicians Club will to-morrow HiUimliy.Mr hotel "
Henry M. Flagler, of Whitehall, use in sailing Drop a postal open north of Tituftvlllo on the peninsula, Wolfe' European
card C. F. Norton Cocoa. 21-4 are In attendance-Dr. E. Rollins and will the. balance of the Hotel DeSoto. '
Sle on his way South this winter had to Wm. M. Brown, president of where they spend .

distinction of leaving his train at -Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, are again at Dr. W. L. Hughlett. the Fort Dallas National Bank, Miami, winter. Mr. Shaver Is part owner of this Hotel Magnolia.St. : Sr. AUUUIITIoI'IC.. !

cod and joining again at Daytona, their famous ostrich farm homo la Jacksonville -Mr. Edgar Freeman, a prominentreal spent a couple) of days with his family In line grove, balng associated with Mr. E. George hotel 4

[king the trip between those two where they have been receiving estate dealer, of Philadelphia arrived rituovllle, the first of the week. While J. A, Drenncti. Klorhla houHe. j ''

|nts by automobile and beating theo hearty congratulations from their hosts at the Sembler:! Cottage' Titus- here he paid some attention to his tannic ADDITIONAL LOCALS will be foundon The Lyon Building. ." _

Mr. with ville, on Sunday night, to spend a few acid and fine then MAdVOlIA IPIUOIl.! : \ +t"f
Flagler was delighted of friends Mrs.] Taylor Is very popular, factory orange grove; our 8th, page

| little trip, and although he reached and her appearance In Jacksonville Is weeks, hunting. He ban been bringing spent Monday at the Alcazar: Ht Augustine Magnolia Springs hotel. JI,

I station at Daytona but two minutes always looked! forward to with much In good bags of quail dally, ami says he and Tuesday morning he was Jt'nl Instate IJnr ulul4. hotel PAI.ATKA.Graham I !

(advance of the train, he expressed pleasure. Mr. Taylor informed us that III having line sport. Mr. Freeman left In Miami, attending a meeting/ of bank ,.
DAYTOXA,
well
1 self as "having the delightful ride the weather in New York was very severe his wife at Hotel Ridgewood, Daytona, directors. The grass does not grow under Nice 8 room cottage, The Gable r:
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( (Kl
located In Titusvllle . .. . .11(11)
1+la life." He was the guest; on this this winter, and he would be delighted for a while; but she will come and see friend Brown' fbet. SKAIUIKKZE.: "

J of )Ir. J. F. Hathaway In whose to remain In Jacksonville alt the her Titusvllle friends a little later. 12 acres Land and House, :New Clarendon, Inn 11G000ALL t I
part set In Orange Trees, In I
)mobile he made the trip. The round but his extensive business Orange Grove for Sale.
year' Indian Head domestic linen finish 1'Jo.\) Eau Gillie. . . . . . 700 00)
|'e over the beach Is about a mile interests in Gotham compelled ,him to Edison "V" and "U" Batteries $1.711 up. The Seaside:! Inn. > Iti I
30 Land, nearly J.V)11I0
flier than by train yet the beach is return to tbe land of blizzards snow and Dry Batteries for boat engines 300 Manhattan Orange Grove, RotAledge, acres TnUIJVILLJ ( I
up. River Front, 0 mllllll The Sembler Cottage. 1
Fla. A fine full bearing ,
oth automobile orange grove, I
and the The ADVO-
[ inviting to In few days.
a
Ice probably Carriage; hoof and House Paints fine house Xew north of Eats Jallle . . . 400( (III Tbe (Fenster Home.MKiinirr.. .
treell. A furnished. .
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j>erp1t the close of his ride Mr. CATE editor sympathized with Mr Tay- Globe-Wernicke Elastic Bookcases, f:J.SO 20 Rrver Front at f 1
barn Reason for norm
house etc.
Ier packing '
|-, said: "Now I understand why lor. ______________ Another lot Toilet /Soaps: at 3 for lOots. lardeevllla . . . . . . . 400( 00 River View hotel.
much and
elliog: too care responsibility.
automobilists are so enthusiasticr Furnished Cottage. FURNITURE, DRY GOODS::!, SHOES. 21tf DJ,. (GAULUKV, Agent, ROCKLKDUB.
| the. beach."_Palm Beach News inquire for full particulars; of Mrs. H. Titusvllle, Fla. The Plain. ;
CUAS. A, GARUNBK, Titusvllle" Fla.
I. fJ For Rent, a. five-room cottage, neatly Julius Smith, Rockledge, Fla., or JJ! :New Rook ledge hotel.

furnished; immediate posseslon. Nice Dance Notice. Montclair, Ave., Montclalr, N. J. 21.13 FurnNlic Cottage For Ibis, EAU GAM.IK. '
A Winter Home. Hotel Barrio and Cottages.( t

location In Tltusville. nunch Kor Sale. At Harno Hotel and Cottage Fully MKLHOUKXE.: .I; is

7iO.OH) will buy beautiful locationa Apply to Junta! KU.VE, The dance in the Opera house, Titus- furnished kitchen, dining room, parlor New Hotel Carleton. e

Clothing Store.Titueville rtlle, for next week, will be given Friday and bedrooms.Address. New Brown house. ,
winter home on celebrated MerritU Fla. lot Launch 31x7 feet, draft :10 Inches, J. \WATKIV: LrR; ,
evening; change next week FOKT I'llTIlCK.:
T lid, between Indian and Banana rlv- :Full Cabin ; Plate Glass Windows, also. Eau nallle, (la. Almond Boarding House.VtHT .
only, on account of the entertainment,
: five acres Improved, with fine fronton Launch For Sale. Wednesday evening. 0 h. p., 3 cylinder, 4 cycle, 20th Century \ : I'ALM BXACK.:

both riven-frost protection. Engine. Address, Box 41): Fine Property For Hale. s The Narclsu Cottages. ,

cellent fishing and shooting. Launch 53 feet long, by 10 foot Ham! 20-210' Eau Gallic, Fla. each LaGrango-Seinlnole./: t
Mule and Wagon for Sale. Two nice cottages adjoining (
"'articulars, C. BCCKMAJT, draught 30 inches, round bottom,31 foot other In North 'lltusvllle, with an acre I'AI.H Beach. r

''Kan St. Jacksonville, Fla. glass cabin. Twin screw. Fitted for Double -also mule Milk Cow Wanted. of hammock and five acres of rich muck Hiblicu hotel. ;
for
wagon, cheap --
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of twelve. Write for par- land, suitable for truck farm. Good I F
cruising party
.cash. W. R. CAMPHKLL! has three I'oftltionVauteil..
Ten Dollars Iteward.ost J. E. VINCENT, river front. The larger cottage
iculars. 192 Melbourne, Fla. Fresh milk cow. Address, stating sleeping| ; room. and a servant'. room up
Tltusvllle, Fla. price. H.: N. SIMMOXI, stairs; and .a parlor, sitting room dining By competent, well educated, active t
- last Saturday night, from behind For Sale or Charter. W.4 Frontenacfia. room aDd kitchen below. The 'tuljoln- man, with northern business training, d

house-boat, Rosa Marie, on Indian Cheap For Cash. log cottage ban two sleeping room and 31 years old, married. As manager, con-
Br, a canvas-covered boat, J6f 6. long, servant's) room In second story, and
beam. Double-ended dark A 33ft. launch; foil cabin and complete Round bottom Cabin Launch, 32x7> Decorative Ferns I'olnn, Ktc. sitting room, dining room and kitchen fidential man, cannier, bookkeeper or ,
painted
both salesman In buslne**-dry goods
and feet draw 24 inches. Good comfortable below. Large, brick cistern to any ,
en. perfect condition ,
[ equipment; >on*... Adapted for a nice winter real estate, hotel or bank preferred.;
finder will receive a reward of $10.00 low In commission. Speed seven miles. party boat. For particulars) apply doting out ray entire stock of Plants home. Highest reference Bond given. AbiU '

'.11 delivery the coat at Peter 2fel- Address, Box: 383, to J. E. VINCENT Co., at half price. Send for special price list. Apply to GEO. M. RoitBi-9, Ity. AddreM "X Y" ADVOCATe office.

I boatways, TltinTllle, Fla. Jacksonville, 71*. Tltnsvllle, Fla. 7-5 A. L. HATCK, RockUxlg, Fla. Tltul\'lIlelI'1a. 0-3 TItasvllle, Fla.



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I Justifiable M + + WALTER A. WOOD HARVESTING MACHINES:!

River FRANK LESLIE ACME IIAKROWS; CLARK'S CUTAWAY IIARIKMV:;. '
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Lodge. Florida. i
/> Holds enahmontha'thelrroom,1ndian.Its muetuiKO the mvimil and fourth Klver Frlsyof I 1rI --- --- -_- iF '' IJOBD-i F. W. DEVOE'S MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE: FEXCE, I l1Vdc.ohino

Hotel Titus Mile, at 1:311 o'olm p. ui. \
M.8.Ram*. Worshipful Master. WO persona marry. Perhaps they arQ in the fiat flush ++ I jPlumbiztg
Ii'.A. Morgan Ron I"r Warden : : Shops,
:F.A. Limluy.liinlur, union. t of youth, with all sorts of roso colored idi.ila confidently +.
J. M. IMxon TraannrrrJ. . + : : : Tin: : .a.n.Cl:
.I..f nrnrtbars) Honretnry. set before their eyes, or perhaps t tl.i-y] are : I
J. H. Walker I'\olll..r Dcucnn.M. i
C..It.13. KnirllHh Wuilon.HHiilorHtewaril./ Junior Iniamm. older, and, having already known sorrow awl l disap- i o1aJ."VV"; Crl ,
i[ PRINTING
A.M.A.A.Stewart Htuwnrt. Tyl Junior",r. Htowunl. pointment and disillusionment, f/lncy.they haw at last

\: Wia.IL. McFutlanil-, Marfili.il.=-- found a companion, whose sympathy and comradeship + Everything in Builders' Hardware
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to mako for deal of what id forever lost. J" either +
OICDKK OF EASTERN STAH.FrlomlHlilp aro up a great I WRITE FOR PRICES --

L Chapter No. 11,holds its mm-tlnirt case the contract, at least on tho woman's part, is made with full .. -
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In the MiMonln 1.<,,11(" room TltiMvllln. on th I e .
k Unit and third 'Innmlay" In each month at T''Ktu. :: intention of fulfilling its obligations. .
ni. Tho following, aro tho ollliora of tin .-. +.
Chapter: And the man, if he be a true and honorable man, as he turns .t*,. .. Florida and
Mix/ Knto Rtewnrt. W. M. Oranges Grapefruit
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Mrs F. A.F.Miirgiiit A. Morgan W. 1'.Ainmi'lute M. from tho altar tells himself that in this) hour a now lifo mint begin t Al 1L OF ALL KINDS .vEXECUTKD

Tire.,1.]t. Klln It. Wllmin.,Tloinurcr.Mm. Buirotary.Mm. . for him, tho old follies and vices must bo forsworn, tho old compan- i T ALSO KABTA" VF.OKTABlVEa WANTED BYMasozs.

Atlas.J raUierlno MI>Nxon Mauls(:Ciuidiiotrm AMHoclulo. Gun.MlHH.lHHHln ions forgotten, the old crooked ways bo made straight and clean. .+

Bandern, Ruth. OUT OF THIS GREAT :MASS OF MANKIND THERE + 1 I CHEAPLY
Mrn. fieo. W.Smote,Aila.Mm. . : : M. 'C1 ark
Martha. = :
.J. L.rarrntheni + ,
ARE A :FEW A VERY FEW MARRIED COUPLES WHO .
Mm. M. A. Hrrlmicmmr, I Knllier.Mm. ,
:: : ARTISTICALLY }:
Gnn. M. UiihlilnH Eluuta. : ,
C. II. Walton, Warder. DO REALLY FULFILL THEIR' IDEALS AND FIND LIFE + i 110 Murray Street, :Now York.
J. M. Dlxnn HcntlnHl.J. / '. +
H. Walknr Marshal JUST WHAT THEY HAD HOPED, JUST WHAT THEY : "If F and with DISPATCH.}:
J.L. Carrutliori,Chaplain.js&r +
HAD PLANNED. They aro fully satisfied and go about the .( Member of the National League of Commission Merchants of the United :state;
-- -- ---- - - '
world gloating over their own happiness and flaunting it in the faces ': .: -Stencils and Quotations Cheerfully Furnished-
-
I of other peoplo in a fashion that would bo exasperating if it wero J : --------,


., not so pathetic. *+ .. Z P. H/ula.lma.11 & Co.

pv tI7tas INTHE Now, this class of persons look upon DIVORCE as NEAR t .r( :

DYcaT* }' ESSI L AKIN TO :MURDER OR SACRILEGE OR :MADNESS.; They ll Ul. s 201 Washington St. )l NEW YORK.

:f guSiN sSa cannot in tho least understand how anybody, once admitted to the t: OUR STOCK1OFt . :. 93 Murray btreet. J r N. Y.

paradise of matrimony, could ever wish to leave it or to drive their . STATIONERY;" . +

other self out of its dear inclosuro. Thoy speak with bated breathor : : Oranges Pineapples
| IS COMPLETE.
with uplifted eyebrows and whispers of holy horror and dismay :+ .

B3 they wonder what strango sort of beings thoso may boo 1 YOU ARE INVITED : and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

Returning to that great class of married people who just get on !

after fashion with I i' TO INSPECT< IT represent several of the largest shippers In your State, and wish to represent
a a good deal of bickering and a good many 1 I J
spoken or unspoken doubts as to whether marriago is worth \\hilo or .((.1.' $ I you also. 'Give us a trial Rhipment. Established 30 :years.

+ .- _ __ .
I _ _
nOt find --- --- - - --- -
them also opposed -- - ---
wo to divorce, but from a different stand -. +.
ESTABLISHED: 1870.
-- point from the little clique of paradisians just described. They thor +

WILD BILL'S FIRST FIGHT. oughly recognize why some peoplo wish to bo divorced. They are LEAST :

-- moro or less frankly conscious of occasionally wishing to bo so themselves 1\\[ Lane & Son
II. \Va Wounded hut Killed; Six' o( ,
the McKunillila (..HiiHTWild but they havo never said so aloud, and the bitterness of their COAST r i

mil whose! real I name win opposition to this mode of relief is that they do not caro to see others 230: WASHINGTON StREET, NEW YORK. ;
Jatiiea HIcUok uint came wont In 1ST: 7 .
and drove mi ox timm on tho plains for rid themselves of a burden which they have made up their mindsto I i
ADVOCATEI
Majors & Russell In 1<;(110.! Ho anbiwluontly boar. IT IS JUST THE DOG IN THE :MANGER OVER Southern land Produce

engaged: !: himself to the over AGAIN.TO :
land stage; company ns stock teutlertutd

was put In charge! of n no'* Hinge, station WIVES OF THIS CLASS I SAYi STAY WHERE YOU ARE. BE I PRINTING OFFCE.i11111001010110110N01110. j Cdx:::: ..z:::: iihsiori Merch.er: : : ts.

on Hock creek, near the old MeKnndlas SATISFIED WITH THE FRYING PAN AND DON'T JUMP INTO THE I .

4 station, which was generally: FIRE. BEAR THE ILLS YOU HAVE AND DO ALL THAT YOU CAN Y FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
,: known an Uoblierx' Ilocmt. This: was :
;' the headquarters for the McICnndhM: TO ALLEVIATE THEM. ABOVE ALL IF YOU HAVE CHILDREN,

gang, a crowd that had held together : SACRIFICE YOUR OWN WORN AND WEARY 'LIFE TO THEIR FRESH + Stencils Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

Inco the :MlMsoiirKuiiHas"' border ruffian YOUNG PROMISE.

their days own way und A generally man/ named had FIcKlIn thing BUT THERE IS STILL ANOTHER CLASS, ,AND A FOLEY ONEYANDTAR FOLEnHONErAImT B

and n number one stage hand was theeupei LARGE ONE, TO WHOM I WOULD NOT PROFFER THIS Curo Colds Prevents Pnaumon'n for childrent safe, *ur.. No oalatti

.
'Intelligent. He tried! to buy out ------- -- -- -- - -- - -
ADVICE, TO WHOM: I WOULD RATHER SAY "SAVE YOUR 5, 2
the McKandlus station; but failing In
this bo built u new one near by. putting SELVES WHILE YOU CAN"-women without children and

young Hk'kolc In charge. Up to without obligations except the marriago vows which havo been flung ,
that time be had never experienced
troublo with any one and was not llke- back upon them, shattered and soiled by him who had sworn to hold ..I I'' T !";IIWi IIIIIIIIhI, \

)#' to have friction peclully with the them sacred and inviolate "so long as ,ye both shall live." When this
old station keeper McKundlus.: or bis I
men. day comes to any wife, the day when sho finds her homo ruined, her lll4
'
In the winter of 1800-01 McKundlus womanhood insulted, her self respoct outraged ; when sho finds her Ih, IIIh ,
and his nephew and" four other men (
petitions her tears her and her alike scoffed ,
passed by 'the new station on horse arguments warnings are

back, leading an old man who was and disregarded; when she sees that, she can do nothing to elevate h i I II I '
afbot. had around the I'i I I I I
They a rope
the who himself and her down with
man persistently degrades drags '
1 l I
j
0111 fellow's neck and occasionally they f b I'l i
would take u few turns around the him; when she fears that blow may bo added to cursing and coarseness -

born of the saddle, make a run on the i
then advice that
my to woman is, APPEAL TO THE LAW
rope and jerk the old man down and I
drag him uii the ground until he win FOR A RELEASE FROM A UNION WHICH HAS BECOME -

nearly doad. Tho only spite they had A SLAVERY; ANNUL THE CONTRACT BROKEN /
galtiHt him was that he wa a North ,
MethodlHt preacher. If Wild lUll was AND DESPISED BY THE OTHER CONTRACTING PARTY; '

anything he was abolitionist and BE FREE.
free soller and loyal to the United This is the anti-friction roller |beariLgrused in' all the

BtutcM. The McKandlas crowd was Walton Blocks which Is pronounced the finest in the world.
planning to make a raid on 8e\"ul'l1ll1tn- shot a (kangaroo the nnuio by which nlcnt 11tbe lives of the military
tho animal known to the knights the samurai of feudal days
dons to secure the stock and go south. was natives.At
They told young Hlckolc they would their dinner on Sunday July 13;:;, whose code of precepts formed the IluBhldo -

take the stock. lIe replied that he 1770 they dined oil kangaroo joint ami so cleverly expounded by Dr. XI-
would be theie. pronounced the incut to bo excellent trobe. Since the beginning of the present A NEW INVENTION.

When they rt'turllf'lllnte In the evenIng eating.: As early as 1711 however, a war there hate been many explanations

I h \ two stopped at the corral two Dutch traveler in Australia of the of the remarkable Japanese .
successes but more than ever before it ...
name of De Bruins, had
went to the front mul two to the back: captured a
i i door of the cabin or hut. Illckolc told kangaroo, which he took to lInt vlt\ line been shown to bo "the spirit that Recently Patented all [Over the.:!;World.
qulckeueth" which has "won the bat
them ho \ ties on the Yulu, in Korea: and Manchuria
con"'I'd the
t down tho bars of the corral. The family.
," "the spirit that qulckcnetb" which
elder McKandlas! tired at Illckok, but
made the wonderful long sustained attack The Walton.
missed< him. Hlikolc returned the tire A. Guaranteed Cure For Piles. .' .
on the superbly defended fortress! .
with u rllle and shot :McKandlas: in r
Itching, Ullncl Bleeding,: or Protruding of Port Arthur.There .
the heart. The next shot from Hlckuk: rileH. Druggists/> refund money If PA.OOINTMENT : ,
is a widespread notion that
killed tho nephew and the two fell at f.tils\ to cure any o"e. no Self-Locking Tackle Block.
the Japanese soldiers-are fatalists be-
the front door. Just then tho two at matter; how long standing. In 0 to 11
the back door opened fire. One shot days. First application given cane and cause' when they Join the colors in war
rest i fiOc. If your Druggist hasn't It time they cull thenraelves kesshltal '
from u double barieled gun lodgedseven This load-holding block is made in var-
send /fiOo. In stamps and It will bo forwarded (determined to die). But only In a restricted -
full grown buckshot into Hickok'n one shapes and sizes of WOOD
IRON
pout-paid by 1'arla Medicine Co.. sense can they bo called fatal-
right side and bieast.tvto of which St. louI8. Mo. ists. They count their lives as' forfeit. and BRONZE. Will work equally well
entered him! lungs. The two men \\ hotopped
It Is true but only in the sense that with rope, chain or wire rope.
at the corral came to the assistance a Jot
of the two men at tho house. YAMATO' DAM ASH 11.Vlmt each man la quite willing to die lend Will work at any bight, upside down,

Illckok was then in a hand to hand expects when his crisis comes to give' horizontally, or at any angle, and wilt
fight with fOIl111'11.. \ It I_ sad W1ivrv It .'Ind. Its his IJfo If necessary for the success of and lock rql
He top
killed threeof at point.
them in the house and wounded the Illwhest eloimient In ...."..... his task. lie hopes to come back, but any
other so badly that he died ou the The ancestor worship of the Japanese only as a victor. Better far his bones Invaluable for every kind of business
prulrle.-Denver Field and J'urm. IM no superstition. It Is the great blench In a foreign land than that be where a block Is needed frequently saving -
essential fact of their Ilvet.Vnteru: should return to his home defeated or the labor of one man or more.

people easily make fun of It," sajs one with his work unaccomplished This
lUvovrlnic the Hunwnroo. Nothing like it for hanging or stretching
In the 1T7O of their! writers. "but therein lied: the U the real meaning of kcsshlta) It I 1:1
year Captalu: Cook: sailed wires.
Into philosophy of our patriotism.'* It was not that the soldier la. bound at any
liotauy bay In his ship( the Ku
"f
d.1I VOl'. .\. foraging or exploring party of this feeling that Lafcmllo Heuru event to throw his. life away, but that 1 Address all communications to they] """

brought batit to him the news of the wrote: "1t la probably the iuo t pro- In any event where success may be accomplished
I
discovery of u new and strangely form found and powerful of the emotions of by his effort be will -win Walton Self-Locking Block Co I

ed animal. It was described UH mouse the race, that which especially:! illicit* even at the cost of his life he will succeed Ala ''I '
colored lu hue and of the size of u national life and shapes national char- or die. The code of the samurai II (Incorporated.)

, greyhound. Hut that which struck acter. Patriotism belongs to It Lojai- "conceived the state as antedating tho V) 1 ;I i Office and Wareroom 404( Atlantic Ave. ;
: ty 1... bused upon It. The soldier who to individual" and "the latter being born
Cook's '
men as most singular was Its Near I owe'. Wharf Elevated
movements. "It make u path for his comrade through Into the former as part and parcel: Station.
sprang or leaped with IM
t great swiftness, by the aid of Its long the battle deliberately flings away his thereof be must live and die for It or Ip'' I I'I't'I BOSTON, MASS.

f bind limbs" while the possession! of life obeys the will and hears the approval for the legitimate Incumbent of its authority. I"pl
a
of Invisible witnesses"This ."-Oscar King Davis in CutW'7. Sample Blocks can be seen at the An-
strong tall was also noted. On July VOCATK office Titnavllle and at the tore
;
la Yaiuato Dutnusull the
\ 14 a Sir. Gore one of Cook'a party ( soul of I .. of S. B. Uubbard & Co., Jacksonville-
Japan) It found its highest duvelop- Call and
see these block working.:

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1905.;) :I

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professional Cards. IN TilE!: CIRCUIT COURT IN' AND FOR '

Bravura County Florida.n . VIOLET GROWING. LJUOYS ON THE COAST.
In Chancery: I N. Simmon, ) { .

M. ROBBINS, Matilda V. I Bm for Divorce. |nt.rr.1lnir Talk From M Com turrrlalWe I.Ishthnu.e Department l'.r.
CEO. siminonn, ) 'Notice
standpoint by w Noted Grower. Sewn Different Klii l..
Notice to Non-Roslileut.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR To Matilda\ Simmon : try to get n good crop of violets: Wren; styles or kinds of buoys ore

AT-LAW. of Yon Complaint are hereby! fled <'u'r"'lto' appear to the nil about the first weekIn! ; October, before i.icnlzed and used by the lighthouse

In State and United the Mth day' of hereinagalnstonon Fel.ruarv. A. i) I'tun.: or before they become very plentiful.' If you ,10'1'.1' rUpl'ut of our government. They .

;viii practice States TheI I ..the! toAI"newiim AnvocATH. .In hereby ile.lir will visit the markets you will tlud an l > known as the nun can, cone ice, --(})--
Court. l |'>r In whlrh till nnW Html
that violets Growers
be are getting source.
'ubllao.,1 ""e a week for *ourlay&nrr eon.eclltlve whistling bell nud spar buoys and, nevnnllng > .
Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. w..k. themselves hardly know the rea
,
to their size', the 1111cnn and
hand 'nU'0"1<1 of office this. eth son. In fact, the plants A. 1 Uc buoys lure ,lIv.h'Illto! four classes To
(Ct.: Ct.: 8u.L1)|) A. A. STEWART have a tendency to molt. Plant life In Pineapple Growers and Shippers :
L. OAULDEN, Clerk of .Irnulc The nun, can, cute ami Ice b'IOJ'K are
Court.
D at Its lowest ebb. Never attempt he-
... A.Stwwart, m.ule of steel. The upper !parts IIftllt..t.
n. L. Oaul.len! Attorney for Complainant 1214 roic measured with them at that time, .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW buoys are generally modeled, In
such ns dusting with tobacco or using DO"othic..g on your paper '
the frustruin of ti cone with tho exccl'unt -
Will practice in all tbe Court. of the State NTiiermrrircoimT IN AND: FOR 1iRE- strong emulsions. In fact, the violet is
the Ice
of hll"which Is slin- ,
.
J>t Florida, and the United States. Court vartlCuiiiunFloriiU. Iu Cluuieery. Ht nil times veritable' "little Johnny ( until have
il.iiin shape to a buoy,
: spur tapering/ you seen our
t. o Bor 235. TITU8VILLK FLA.! :Mary E. S. Muaranw, n-i Heed" as to tobacco.Uurlnsr .
Kxmmtrlx at tlu eiiils.I .
and a. sole!
the season of which we nre
Legatee' uiiiler the will I In.0, buoys are fastened to the
J WKBU, of Aaron A. UUlrl\uw. Hill to Foraelosa Kpojiklnjj or, in fact, any tlm an attempt -
f
douuased, leiUe: or bottom or the channel hincMiis >' SAMPLES :and PRICKS.
.
.MortgageWenley
vs to force them' with fire hunt or .
of chains shackles, swivels an>l
ATTORNEYATLAWWill H. Stunt, et al.) fertilization will bring serious trouble. \
I.lIIlIa..t; balls, which move freelylth
Notice to Nou-Itesident*. The desire Is strong, of (, to have
course
practice In the Courts of the 7th To the < urrent' of the water nt all stagesof Four Grades. Write
for non-residents WoHlev n. Stout and Ins wife. Miry: K 1 Mowers when others' nre short! but be : for pricesSovvtlioxm.
Taxes paid
Stout .
of
Circuit M1'-1 Pir< stale of New the' tides. The lower ends of the
".. iv?' Jersey ; content to ,slow allowing the plants
: go
and accounts collected. .
jind rents Park v lwJersey'Itrf; "< ".Arlmr ' A..hur\:' mooring chains. of these buoys art ul
Stout anti I his' thin little respite.
trusVILLE, F&OIUDA. wire, Kena scout, of Lakewood New Jersey \\"e grow tht Lady Campbell. We so < otmectod either to a sinker urI

pY !! CoInll.tiieitPleretii r>
: llxdtagnlutryonlin,, Iho use greenhouses entirely, as we found 1J 1i 'pA.PE: : c<>.
D. PENNEY, shove eutlrled, with n saucer shaped' head on a ecu .
c".UOU "" or before the "" day "' : frames n constant source of annoyance.This .
1"brullry.IlOII.! tral sluutk.'I'hP .

RNEY-AT-LAW The, RA"rli.r'lS".' AnvorTB, newspaper I".h1I0b.,1 business, like nil others faces bell buoy I Is a circular shell ofstet ; : Of: :loo : ...fl.tln.ntnCt.; : ; .
ATTO ..
at Florida. M sharp competition and the growerltlthst
hereby ".tl.t.
'1, the main Mont\
0.1 "" the' newspaper, 'In which order forming belly or
thin
shall hu supply his commlislou. man or re-
ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. illHliuaoiiuaeaotiwook I for four connocutlve of the buoy The bells used are made
WUUKHi taller every day from Oct. 1 until nfter
k'ill practice In all the courts of the 7th of the liest quality of bell metal, t'OI'-
iV1.tineil1"ylln'lftn'1) the seal of unl.l Court I lIsh'r. If frames were used they
17th pert per writ and block tin :.10 per"
(
Judicial Circuit.A. I day o Iiuuomtier A. II. 111"))4. would often be frozen or the weather
(0 seal l) A. A HrUWAUr, rent! and usually weigh about 'JiHl
such that the lowers( could not be
Clerk of mild I ourt. pOIlIlI"t' believe the government!
FROST, Ity0.A.Sren'Awr, gathered perhaps' when we most needed JOB PRINTING.
18"t l>i i>uty Clerk. them. stipulation! is that Hill bells fur sea .
D. I.. shall Ul .
(
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Oaulilun Solicitor for COIII)>"\lnant. buoys" weigh pounds
To get tho best results' the flowers
1'erhapn the most Ingenious orIn
the Courts of the must go every' day, and enough to -
['Ill practice In all 7th supply tho classes of buoys used by the lighthouse
TUB CIRCUIT COURT IN AMI some dealer lie will soon get to
Judicial Circuit!' I ,' County: Florl.la. FOIL HUEvanl know his m nil. If he Miuls that he can board Is. the whistling buoy, Executed at the office of the

which Is fitted with an apparatus by
I TITUSVILI.K, FLORIDA. The County of IlrevaM of the State of KlorliU, depend on him he will take the llowers
which air ciuupresHod by the movement -
V8Marguruc at u fair price at the tlmo of a glut no
: 000<10. of the wave's Is made to escape
'TEPIIKN E. FOSTER, as to get' them when he most needs EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
To :Margaret n..le soil to alll'or.nlls interested through a lube, thus producing' a
In them. This will\ necessitate growing
or hwlnlIt..u. till (
"I..n ollnwlIII.10- whistling/ sound. ThilllPPIII'lItl". consists
ATTOHNEY-AT-LAW Sen1)0d property to-wit thllt tract' or Laid ly about 10.IHMI( plants.
Inl\.u Br..var.1 County F'Iorld, ... t..wlt' of a whistle. a cheek valve and
Jyal-UpchurchUulldlojf: Jax. c..nlllnnrlnir: where the "urtf.III1"of the n..rth.el8t We have no hard or fast rule for the necessary connecting pipes. The

quarter IIf the northwest quart, uf ..."t..u temperature' ', being /guided largely' by
JACKSONVILLE FLA.S. II, bwnMhh':111: NUlith range 3r east Int.......,. \,11..lInhllO.. / )' l.s protected .'3'In outer
the weather' but to about 40
the waters of Inillan Hlverirun thence, ; west a-: try keep guard or cage.(
limit the mirth Him of milJ inpntliiiiuil, iin.ntor degrees ut night In fact, we try tokt't'p .
some litclialim, to the There are three classes. of spar - - -- - -
BUUNIIAM, M. D. went Him of mil.I qu.irirr" nt standstill much
our plants
a as
thence run loiith RI..nlthe milxllriiloii hup, buoys, ranked according: to length, antisize
east.flcliulnn. gaartorof to the the Southwest northwest corner 01, the of.""Ih. us possible at night, using the sunlight from the first class, forty-ll\ J "' '' .:;JIl lOl i A"'lIr H : I IJEY:3: iODI
SURGEON and SPECIALIST, Hui-tlnii II, tliuiu-i run eiwt on quarter thu mihilivliiluu. add ns our best' heater' one we have never to fifty feet long, down to tho fourth napa eh.cotsghwndheals. lungs. htako1lidaoysandfladderttlpht; '
line 1(1( clmliiH thunee run north : found equaled although\ boiler makers
twelve
and
Ear, Nose and Throat. )Jiiilf chains, theiictteiut 18 ohiina more or Inns a persist' In telling us that they have class, twenty feet in length, to be
to the waters of Indian River! thence ineiinclur., placed In position In accordance' with
EST PALM BKACH, FLOIUDA. Inn the waters' edge Just got out something' Hint will beat'
nnrtliwowlerly to the iioint
IF
: YOU
of he, lnnlni, nxi-eptlnir about two acres liu- the sun. At least they assure us they the height of the Incoming tide In order WANT A...
loiilTlnir to It. W. Bootie to be effectual. 'I'ht.It'o usuallymoored .
-- -- -- -- -
R. UOUQUTOV'S ton: are hereby: notified to be and appiiar' In can easily "knock out" oll'Ullogmller to a mushroom anchor. ThereU
the Circuit l'onrrin and for UrevaM ( ntintv, the
FiorI.".. at tho c.lork's: olHco. uport. rule day In sun. /1 Iso a starboard 1 and a port 1 hand
LO.\TIXG DENTAL APAUl'MENTdon Kehruury, A. I). Ill?n. heinir the 11th day of Koliru In n word our observation has taught buoy used for marking the of !
coiirso
ary A. 1>. I'I05" : to Hliow what Interest you have us that the violet requires n cool temperature .Building Lot
in the above ilcnorllH Uuil" the channels. These ..
the "Dentos anil to show cause are .one .hIlPtlbuo3's ..
s why :JO lupt while rlulit-of-wny burn public rand 1)1t'llty'or fresh air, plenty of about thirty feet In length, attached ,
Now'ON TilE INDIAN RIVER. eh.ulclll..t; bu taken over Halil land an )prayed water, scrupulously clean quarters' and ..
In the PUintiffH' )petition filed In thin cause in nt the bottom end by shackles
the ,'1",k' union tor the line of the !'.",,,tllf. a< ft man that has to be called' two or and straps. or n lot with HUILMNO) HEADY FOIL OUCUPANCV .
I. r'lrh"r.wy, for a flllbho, roinl. or else he forever three' times to dinner.' The plants will "
fhe Largest and Most Corunlate bniroil.onlereil The colors of the buoys are IlIt'r.estillA' t LAN FOR AX ORANGE GROVE
do the rest.-C. T. Norton-; New Jersey. ,
at the rierk'n offloe at Tltu \llle/ Ilcd buoys hunk the starboardor
Establishment South. Florida, thin the '.(th day of I Heriinilu'r, I'.nu. riXKArri.R: ( ;: I'J.ANTATIOXorTItUCIC JAHIEN
(Ct. Ct. 8e.il.) A. A. KI'IV Alt'I', light/ hand side of the channel coinIng ,

!EO S. HACKER & SON IHI Clerk of Circuit ('.....rt.lUn"t"r.14 Snvlnar others Lnbor' have In the used Orchard.Perhaps this idea. from seaward and, the black theport We probably have for mile just what you are Rooking.

but I have never seen' it published.A or left hand side. Ml.lchanneldangers ;, -, Settlers are Hocking In but Htlll there IN icon If you are
Sale. ' and obstructions are marked.
(see the cut) Is hooked over the
looking this drop a line to
with buoys having black and red way,
limb while picking. To lower A and II
tom' I AND BY VIRTI'K OK A FINAL: transverse stripes and, ill Idcllfl fuel M
UXDEIt...., lii f..r..clo""r..e"toro.lln the ,'hr. are hooked together, and< on reaching/ buoys black and while stripes. Ituoys JAS. E. INGRAHAM :3rtl Vlce-l'rt'lIlllent,

eel, Court' for the Seventh Judlflal. Circuit the ground B instantly unhooks when
of Florida, la and for llrevard county. In a marking wrecks are painted gruen. JUHUDA EAST COAST II'T,
calls therein ilei>,,n'liiiK, wh..r..hI"ry I':. 8. The starboard and front buoys are
DegrauwasexeoutrixIf the estate of. and annole ST. AU UHrl'INg. FLAG
.ra |Hatee| under the will < f "Aaron A. IXiicranw numbered from" the 'tieaward end of the

deceased. In c.)plalnant mid Kate M. &Dawson, I)'" channel toward\ the harbor the black
Ilisa et al., are defeulants.. r. an rtpeulul. Master In
Ch.inoery, win I rill] at pnbllo sale In front of the beailirg) the odd and the red the even
1 Court Honae. ; door: at rlriigvllle\1 !F'Ii:.Ida, betweenthe numbers.-itaifgor Commercial.Jlua For a :Box of '
"legal l hours of Hale, M the highest and best $100. Gold
bidder for until,on the ill Ii d.iv 01 February A.I'I .
KWB, the same beliiK the. IIl'MtI.mluy In said
csrais mouth, and a !legal mile day.. the followlnir fluKcribed Stood the Test -li V< urlt. OIULXTCES.
real estate mtuated in the county of Rreyardsuite -
\ of Florida or HO much thereof aa The old original UROVK'M TimteleHS t I

MANUFACTURERS OF will satisfy pall ducroe and costs, tit-witi II 1 1A I Chill Tonic. You know what you are Wo bravo hud so many. reports of Hm line quality of oranges raised with our

All Lots. 4 and. I II), of Sfrtlon ::141. In Township 31, taking It In Iron and quinine In I a tnste- I
Doors South Itunice bast! except ten ni;res uhf the r-I01ot1 I'll le foltlllzeis dining, / the past yours/ that wo have decided to otter JjtiOOIX
Sash less Xo the
| tCJlm. cute JI."a.V.IiOn'M. at
Blinds .
south sldeof sale low, heretofore. con i eyed by lied Cross 1'111\1 Tltiisvllle Flit. for the bent, ty'2 (urine second and # 1O for tho third best box: of '
the first .part to Heboru Junes by macy.
fonldmg & Material deelurecorded,\ In Doo.1I..nk "1*," on puce 347, o( -------- -- oranges of the crops ol ItlOl I, 1005': and/ 101)11.) Thiuo successive yeiirs./ The tlmo of
Building tbe record of Itrevard county, Florida, contaiu-
Inl"I aere exhibition will be announced later .
OVER FIVE THOUSAND: >> OF WALton's -
| Office: Warerooms King, opposite Also Lntof Hertlnn 12. Township 32, South DUMPING FAIL FOB PICKING TBUIT. The only condition being that the crop of fruit shall bo produced with our
Rouge JU East, containing 'n acres,
Cannon Street.Charleston AI..o.| aonuiiHnclnir the Range. line 3I.7S/ a simple pull on the rope dumps the Rapid' Calking Tools now In use Simon Pure Fertilizer If Mate/ Fair should'" bo held! during any one of the BOO- .

S. C. rhaln north of southwest Ilanire40: corner.' .;IIMt.of at"Heorlon' the lunlline 7'rownehipa2South pall and returns the same to the pick joy bout owners In the United Stiles. Stifle and ntmich time that creditable exhibit of citrus fruits can bo made, the I II III

of It. II Laltiirhe./ then *o Went !.'.IIII shahs er. An old ear is riveted at C, into 1'rlce !L($) and t1 S.OO!! () ) each, at the .\I> display will bo held duilng tho fair, and at the plncn where the fair In held r ,

ash more or Iras to the Indian River thence run tho U fastened. All that is vocAnc office, Tltutvllle, Kla.il -For further Honiara and booklets a.Jdru"- '
[ Weights Cord am North along the bank of nab.! Itlrar! IK yards t.) which rope pin ,
the hind line of land formerly owned by W. R. required are n pall rope and some
E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO., Jacksonville Fla.IIIONK .
Sanders, thence East to Atlantic Ocean 41 ,
Hardware chain more or lose, thence "Southerly' along the stilt wire. This saves getting down
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Ocean Itnach to s..hllt. ,t. Laltehe'.Iles. lining cut of the tree for every pailful and 1 ,

Mndow( and Fancy CI- oppoHite vest aloiitf to t Uii.t.i. : : ;: commencement. chain: : to point, them of he is even better than two ropes whichare .A.1'Tr\.TJE: : B n 'T' i-i JE: !5 .

11'1 Inning, "..I nil .part of Lot 3, Section 12, Town- always twisting up u.mcausing t' rr 1,
SPEOIALTV. ship 3:1.: South Range 3'i last, and' of Lots 3 and : .'111. t'I'\: 1I1.1'4I1I'.U IHMM- '
4. Section 7, Township 32, South LIII411 East, trouble. C '
cotitatniiKr i;: 211) acre more or less, with all Commenting upon the 'foregoing, a&'Jo ;; i WIiISICII, tiVINl:4. (UNS ANI> HItANUII-04.:!
I
riparian rights,
which was furnished to It by a correspondent s
JOIIX l1ENRY'D ---- -- ---- --

L. Oanldon, Special :Master in Chancery the Ohio Farmer commendsthis g.g i Express Prepaid. Lemp's Boor. '

Attorney for Complain OU-A labor saving device for the orchard L i J'er 0..... I
Full jimrt' inniwiire. 4lflaUtte MUM: FalNialT l.e..r..1 IJ

as "a very fine idea" and says [ .gcDda lliiiillliK, Club Hvn . . . 91 M ,4 no f 7 nn Kxtrn: 1 nile.. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. .... ... .. .. ... 11"Nel..nlo'.ulllltllye. "
...... Hint "with the orchard mulched or ". . . 4 IXI 4 !M/ TIn/ Hiitmliiril' . . .. .. .. .. ... .... .. ... ... ... ion( t
: Malt, extra lurk ., .. .. .. .. .. . ,. ., ...
.1
inColMirffHr
g . . .. ., .. . ,::1:111: 4 (III "I INI
MIIII"I\"l1y"
The .All bearing a good turf there should be no C) llanmi'H "4."'HyMiltMVMiu'liy' . .. .. . .. .. . I75 scull iriwa I iiuMirteil| . . . ........ .. ... :il 'IHI t .
I most careful farmer bruised apples and the fruit could be i: . . . '" .. .4 "M ""I mi Hun Ate' plat. ... .. ,. .... .... .... .... :t'MUiilnent : *
garden..rs".eryw with fur less labor than with .. .. . .. . .::171J 6 IHI u AO ".outI.llIt.. . .. ... . ....... .. ...:3 :its .
place confidence In Ferry'sSeedsthe picked a Pineal Itranily. .. .. . . . .. . . J 111111I1/ U All Bulk :
fBII.FERRYS., the old method.' It seems worthwhileto Apple homily . .. 711 A /ml D Ml Goods, Jugs Free-Not tl''
kind that never this idea for future use Ilodan.l.!: ; Oln : : : : : :.: : .. . il sl,> 4 Wft : 7 .

preserve flii0va lln ... . . . , . 3 70/ i mo'' 1/ vami Wl.no n..l.--Hyo, Oln, Corn. Ooml
by cutting out and keeping the sketch 11tQ Nllrthc..rlllnllCorn. . . .. . ..a: an 4 INI) 7 , lln, Corn: Iliiin.Ormlo.tin
another fruit (D "'''r.t.ln Curll.3 7ft /A III) MIT .
/' J for season. ) .liii.ntlra. Hum .. .. .. .. . :1 Hll 4 :IftA :as .tMullty.KH Onl.. Oln RUin. I
|> T -nya, Corn Hunt
Mo.tIlulU . . . . .1 r /IKI u Ma for Ire .
= ie. eno .. ,, . .. . . / AOw money.tMi fl'
SEEDS Apple Crop of 1OO4. ( drape Hrnmly a 1lIKI .::1. err CS Kh'l.r Kentucky U..urboll..B ;A A IKI no liruii'ly.. Mallnwnil liy Aim.I
bare been the standard fur 4s yeera The apple crop of 1UO4\ measured In ;.a I'urti hherry, or AIIKl'lica . .. 114 IW 3 7A T noAMortuiflPt CH, her (.I.-VI".ola uie. Social Drop I

They are not an experiment.Hold bulk is somewhat in excess of that of ; > llowi'il 1 an all! uoixlx of *IU0 |irlr.. II,.. Muillrlnul juitllty. !
Miss. Agnes Westley by all dealer, leek N.. _ !
.D..a.l/rt!.for the..M 1003) but the Increase in gross tonnage : ;1. <
616 Merlnette.Wls3IARfIE'TTBrWrs.Wells Street 0. M.FERRY CO.. n. is not aa marked as at one time .E Q9 t :,=,'fS.l ::,-H AVcHt, AduniH St. JncJ"ollvll.c, Fill f:

Detroit, Mleh.Sonic seemed highly probable. The quantity : '::J 9 UJEi _. I

"" ..... of sound, merchantable -stock I : -co "' 10 o- ':, '/
A' .... :s: .A. S ZBiL-crn, : c cSc 0 .
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-- standard winter varieties, while large, l (t) l lFULIi
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G.6iJ
., Sept. 251003. EnM'lI.b Cnv.>. should not prove as burdensome as jilT *. sip W. hay s.. JACKSONVILLE FLA. :

I waa all run down from nervousness The caves In the Jfeiyllp hlllH !In England buyers and peculators assert whatever l i

and overwork and had to resign of vast extent perforating
are may be the case with the excessive :I 3

*ny position and take a rest. I iwo masses of limestone lying on either supply of ordinary autumn :! 6'< ,:: (I) ,

found that I was not gaining mstrength I Hide of a core of old red sandstone fruit, windfalls, etc. a.S eoC'd TS. f *
and health font
aa as
'
the center of the Slendlp
could wish and Wine of forming In the Baldwin territory the crop of fUR 1
as
your 80asr
I Cardui was recommended as such a Some are "swnllet holes. absorbing 19O4( l is considerably larger than last Old EXDR"SSPRJPAID! F1T' 4p

good medicine for the ills of our rivers others stalactite cavern One year. In tbe lien Davis district the CD I IAI

sex, I bought a bottle and began: called AVookey hole marks the emergence crop is again short and inferior, total- O 1 0....
using it. 1 < satisfied with the In the form of the river Axe of "
was l Ing a trifle more than last year, but = ?KhTsn$ Aj
2Z! :: : <
results from the use of the first two dtreann "swallowed" some miles representing only a very small pro- CI M rf2QTS

bottle, and took three more and then away. One of these swallets I Is COO feetdet'v. ductive effort on the part of orchardsin fo / f
found I restored to good health u J&& ?r1 i
was
Another cave, culled Swlldon'shole i
,
and this great district.-American Agriculturist. < l T
and able to take .
Btrengt
Is dnipitl wlth wreaths and festoons ,
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my consider work it with a fine renewed tonic and'rigor.excellent: I of pure white stalactite. Lamb' Si sow $ 00 'w ( 4SU I I r lAwents

I for worn-out nervous condition, Lair, on the northern side of the bills.Is Orchid For the A..<.....

I and am pleased to endorse it. the most magnificent stalactite cavern Many amateurs seem to view orchidsas i ME.

AGNES WESTLEY, in Great Britain while adjoining an aristocratic kind of plant, never I
,
BWy,north WIMUUUI Holland SooUty. \Vookey hole another chamber has Just comfortable and at home with the f :!I" ;
I
been found with 1.200 stalactite pendants meaner subjects of the greenhouse.Some F

Secure a $1.00 bottle of Wine of all of dazzling whiteness The of the species which ball from
]
-IBedford's Cardui and a 25c. package of famous spring which gives its name to torrid climes naturally require .'lItOV."'

Black-Draught today. the town of Yells is believed to com treatment, but there is a number o?

NWWMWINE through hidden caverns from the higher varieties indigenous to cooler mountainous m

OF CARDUI parts of the Meodlps. region which may be grown w .
l
to perfection In tit ordinary green ?
FOB ALL KINDS:: OF JOB PRINTING

remember the ADVOCATE: office. house. for tbe I'abst DrewlolC Co. i. .H J .J

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4 EAST COAST ADVOCTB, JANUARY 13, 1905.

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JAMES. PIUTCHARD, President; WM. M. BROWN
1 ,
ON Thursday Friday and Satur. FLORIDA OSTRICH FARM. J. R. WALKER & CO., WINSTON 8. BKANKINO C'aabier. Vice-president

I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, day next there will be a good roads

meeting in Jacksonville and it is It you want to spend a delightful TITUSVILLE, FLA.

advocates part of the day while In Jacksonville, INDIAN RIVER'STATE BANK
. that many
anticipated a
AWBBKtT JOOBHAl' DEVOTKD TO THOrMBHT 1 D y great take time Fairfield electric our on Bay

Or TUB IHDIAN' BITEB, LAAU of good roads will be pre- street, and /go to the Florida Ostrich ,

WORTH AltD BtAOATIIB BATSBOTIOMI.PUBLI8I1KD sent. We are well aware that the Farm. That Is what the editor of the COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

East Coast of Florida is doing all ADVOCATE did on Monday: afternoon.,
BVBIiT FRIDAY. This farm is located In the eastern Authorized capital, SlOO.coo
rouds
she can to good -something -
get suburb of Jacksonville-Fat i Held-and < Paid up capital, - $25,000

C0AHLK8: H. WALT()", Editor & Publl.her.In ,. this paper has been strenuously no tourist should leave Florida before ..1 Average deposits, $200,000
advocating for many years. visiting this most Inteief: farm ,14eM1
Good roads are essential to the upbuildingof There are many things of Interest to be 1//
11 writing to the ADVOCATE( : for Infortnatlon theme besides the Mars Transacts General
the East; < oast and we seen ; hip an excellent a
Baukiog
ov >ny kl nd.tho writer will oblige by oiielcwatiuni opportunity for a pleas.,,,mt mornIng '
OK a >o< .addrereed envelojin.Discontinuance hope ere long to sei-a good solid or afternoon outing In ilie bright
road built from Jacksonville to sunshine and balmy air. Business.
(of aclvta. roust be mail per. Palm Beach and Miami. Governor One of the most IntiTcntlni: feature + r
easily at this oltlrn/+ or by writing. liroward has appointed the editorof to bo seen at the farm ever morning t Largest and Oldest Bank on the Riy6iI I
and afternoon In the driving, of the
the ADVOCATE delegate' to this 'Exchange bought and sold on all ,
Check,eto.,may be made payable to CIIAKLKIB. u famous Oliver W.. Jr., to a Milky the FIlrige\
WALTONpublieher.' ? Convention and he will be present only ostrich ever known to be ,ilnved.Anotfifcr Countries.

if possible 'Ve trust all those", who amusing feature i is the man t'ahansgaappreclnted.: .
: Prompt
] orM| ,
Our Perfection Tray Irunk. 1 1'1111'
riding no ostrich astraddle timing the treatmetdeadevery favor
the will attend the cUII.I.'lIt
BOSTON; OFFlCt-TUB: EAST COAST ADVOOATB can spare' time l ,{h 'HUI emu
and Trunk for SaIl ervative banking ,
morning afternoon of ench 'lay.: Hall the Celebrated.Tray granUjil.CORRESl'ON
lina opi'licil an nllloent Atluiitlcuveniia. National Good Roads Convention
Leaving the ostrich ens you como to and It- : DENTS
-Call :
Boston wlilcli will lia In charge of Mr. ClumloO. in Jacksonville next week' see
\ the of gold and silver pheasants
PO.IH ,
l $ Empire Trust Company, New \' .. ,.
.Walton. l < il \. y,
of South A f..a. wild catsleer, .pfltcans, :::J
ducks alligators squirrelsand l.::=:;:;.. "" Florida lliiuk and Trimt Co., J.icUsi.iiM. II,?,'.ylarri'rLJ
monkeys
Address all communication to GOOD UOAD' 1st' the slogan;( of other animals. VILLIJ,1'LA..

EAST COAST TITDHVILLB.ADVOCATE FLORIDA. Senator A. S. Mann and the Then there are the peifonning; sea SMALLEYlarine _d ._ __ _.__. ___ __ ___.. ---__ .__ ._
movement I 111I progressing with lions and other things that will dellgli

--' much rapidity throughout the you ftt the Florida Ostrich Farm. J. JH[. JD <> :E: :: 3 ][ :r\J'S.:
Mr.I Fraser the and
general: manager
of State. We Hrevord (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)
U. B. Department Agriculture want to see superintendent' of the above company,

Weather Ilurenii-Jupiter, Flu. County in the forefront of advancement was a piisHenger to Palm Bench on Monday Gas Engines. C3-TJ3NT:: i2a.cl: :X: .. OCJDESLJIKidges 510lY: I'I': : :t .

but she cannot attain her nlirlit, and said be was on his way Clinks, Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith Suppl\\ ,.
statement position without having improved to the Royal 1'oinclana, Palm Beach to UKI'AIKING OF GUNS AND 15EVOLVKRS A SPECIALTYGun -_
The following comparative -
open up a. store for the sale of ostrich and Revolver nnd wholesale. Trunks and
keys at Valises
and rainfall for the Let have roads parts Unpaire,
of temperature highways. us good lie If interested write for catalogue and
goods.: was accompanied by lila 2H: Main 1St. Jacksonville Fla.
week ending Tuesday, In.n.l0.. 1005. by all means.BREVARD. charming young wife. Information to
-1 VOI- 1001DATE.
_____._____._ - 0 -
MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. E. L. BOSTROM Agent.
4 fit 30 75II; 03: SCHOOL BOARD. Saved .From Terrible cutli. Till.' SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAEl

r CD. 44 () r.ano: The family of Mrs. M. T.. Bobbltf, of OUMOXD, FLOUDIA.
II 74 (II (;!0OS l
(continued from page 8.) Dargerton, Tenn., saw her living and
7 H[ 48 43
s MI 10 (17ft ,'IS were powerless to save her. The most W. E. SWOOPE Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
0 70 noon, I !) 37 BOIII'dli me adding 10( per cent to allteacherll' skillful I physicians and every remedy Cement,
with the of
nnirantit view protecting used failed, while .consumption wns
10 77 Tl: 49! them from this damaging IOHH. slowly but surely taking/ her life. In w.dM' .
DEALKH IX
Total rainfall for the week: .03 Your notion lies been a benof.ictluu pure this terrible hour I Dr. }(IIII's New Discovery "

Depaiturofrom normal rainfall for the and Himplo, I and we feel that every! one forConmimtHlon, turned despair Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
"
"
week: minim .1;; Inchon. Departure in the county should know of your noneroiiity I Into joy. Thefirst bottle broujjlit,me- E-ellerzi . ,
from normal ralnfnlrslrico January 1, and public-spirited course. diate relief and Its continued nee com- Olllces foot
ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone No,
minus 1.25 Inched. > !62;,
With your kind aid and tho generousliberality letely cured her. It's the most certaincure
1oFe1'eILiftlllldie.FANCY :
IIALy1'.IIAIIDIN, Observer. of those who placed in our I In the world for all throat and . J. K. MUNNEIILYJT, General HanaRer.
Lands the {Special School Tax, all debts lung troubles. Guaranteed Bottles HOc.
- have been liquidated) In full, and the and $1.00. Trial Bottles", tree at lied

IT h no\r Supt. of Public Instruction present beautiful and attractive school Cross 1'harmacyTItusville, Fin GROCERIES AND CIGARSA The Oldest Established Grain and I Seed House In ti) <.8ui'" .
if buildings: Lave been erected, or In other
John It. Walker ----- ,
you
SPECIAL1'Y.Hobe .
Instance remodeled, to meet the requh'e.meets . Drllyilig.

please., ___ ____. of progrdHtilvo and up-to-date
school method. Wm. A.-Sours. : cSz
Co.
Sound .hlorida. :
Draylng or hauling of alii I Inda
promptly -
TUB Daytona.Gazette News la Our present beneficent system of Hclloolon..ol1lbtlon
attended to. l\ro"'Ilall trains. Stove
now being run aa a daily, and a and tiansportatiou of pu- wood for sale all
at times.
tills| ||. linn boon Inaugurated amt success GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
very newsy little dally it is. Much fully operated.. E. Ii. HOI/TEW. Titusvlllo. THE ANHEUSER BOSCH. ,

success to it. Lust but least the salaries
by no moans -
-- of our teachers have boon Increased Cleaning and 1'resMlng'/: + Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
up to that point where comparisons are Brewing Asso's.Famous der orsua
'. IT ia of advantage to an adver- no longer odlus, and every teacher in our All work done up-to-date. Call and 200 East Day Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

tiser to ha 'A some one specialty RchooU has. mibstantlul reasons for believing see me. Andrew Gibson, at tile Parlor
with which his name can always that Ills services are appieolated, Barber Shop: on Washington avenue. St.Louis Keg and Hot Catalogue Fice. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. IVy and A. C. L. ity: ,

and the profession more honoied. Thin tied Beer - .
Tie connected the mind. - -
public
oonno of appreciation makes more effective -
--- their work Blnro no one In at his Shoe HelUllrlng. Hold b j Messrs.11'.A.Lesley and '
itomobile bust wham hampered with a feeling of R. L.l\lotlow.TlUnvllle,*'la.My Jacksonville's Fancy Fruit Store

TUE coming races on dla trust. I do all kinds of boot.and shoe repairing Mr.R.I.. Motlow,Cocoa,Fla.JOSEPHZAPF. ,

the Ormond.I>aytona beach will be Great good meet come from our future and do not forgot it. Opposite Jan.Prltchard .
the finest in the history of Florida. school work, since we are now able to !go &. Son. ANDICKW Ginsojr WHOLESALE and KETAIL
Thousands of people will\ be Into the markets and bid with tbu beat ,
pres. for service and thin menus as a natural Titusville, Fla.
ent to witness these exciting races. consequence competent and effective ter- Sole Agent. W B. Ferguson, Proprietor

vice 1'hl'J feeling of confidence and self- Notice. ,
respect will be transmitted to the boys 010 to 620 West Bay Street No 10 Julia Street.
THE Florida East Coast Rail and girls In our schools, and the lessons

way inaugurated its winter schedule and tasks which duty Imposes will bo rilO ALL COx ERs..m.: TAKE NOTICE JACKSONVILLE FLA.
thus three acronipIlsBcl with satisfaction and priJt.In J That all claims against:: : the entitle of ..;. II. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ASSORTED BOX AND J1ASKKIfchipments (
on Tuesday making
Kiev, duoeii.ed niimt IIH prmviiiuil. to the ----
trains going north and closing our labors for the school), iiniur.lciiBil| within two )ears. from the ditto to any place in tIle United States at any time.MeMurray .
passenger anil cm retllingTroni! office, we wish to hureuf,or tile.same will be harmed
three going south of Titusville in give expression of sincere thanks to everyone 8. IS. RICE :

addition to the TitusvilleSanfordtrain. who Ins blessed UH with his confidence Administrator of Raid Eittate. UNIVERSITY--F 3
Thin has made tanks Juiiuury 13, roo:!. 21.o1e
_____ that would Lave been many otherwise haul.easy & Baker

Their have been noble whole-souled
ALT. the and little hotels Yiavi
big
support nud this friendship to us is as a The ,
along the East Coast are now open, priceless Jewel. To those who have :
and people are flocking down hereby differed from us, and whose criticisms === - FLORIDA 3 3E 4OI-H3 East Hay Street, Jacksonville Florid.,

have been abundant, we have no unkind
the thousands
from the north.
woid-tjielr censure hits been received Home Treatment. -Makers and Jobbers of-
The hotel and boarding louses in
with every fueling,: of tolerance. We PROVISION"FOH
Titusville have been doing a "invo believed that many of them must FIRST-CLASS : Vehicles

nourishing business for several be lioneHt In their convictions, and that Is the most popular and successful curative Harness-Carriage and Wagon Material
only the t ,
weeks past. misconception was iliflloulty.e medium known =

have lived olllcUlly: believing that Don't keep on wondering what VIAVIIs t> RODV A hew Oymnaniiim Saddlery Rubber Tires.
i our every action has been prompted by If you don't know, but call or write aJVx I Bpleiidldly' equipped"

., Do NOT destroy the ADVOCATE an honest purpose anti with the best and let us toll you. It will cost you "*.M I I N D ., A large' Faculty of molt First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
after finish reading it but "ijjht,: and Information that wo could ob. nothing The business Is sufficiently I> .scholarly specialists.| ,
en.
you ,
tain. We have, labored and confess to a = Our Motto Siiunclmoralfl - -
old, extensive and successful to Inspire I Iyor MORALS -- -
close it in an envelope that has -
inn conviction, Hint our policies from conildenco.llooklvt the bale of

been opened, put a 1-cent stamp the light of coining events w'll' be viewed I : good cltiionshlp.'Address . : o D-u.y Your: : . .
,
for Mothers and Daughters Free, I
on it, and Bend to a friend in and adjudged practical progressive and

North, East this or West. They willapprl'ciato worthy.These", sentiments Inspire us to say In Florida Viavi Co I: :c THE PRESIDENT Lake City,Fla. \. t- FINE- ____ _DIAMONDS nom_..__ ANn WATCHES

remembrance as the words of Byron: 20'Haln! St. Jacksonville from house that
Fl.t. AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHotel a. has been in business. over thirty yeast:
highly a good long letter.
"1 lore's a sigh to ihono who love mo, and has always had the reputation for LOW PKICC |
And I a settle to Hum who hnte; --
Anil wlmtovvr. sky' above mo, : on the finest goods( Imported and Manufactured.
MELIIOU1tN1 .
J lore's, .a lieurt for every fate"
AM. hail to Florida's new governor
Napoleon 11. liroward. Those There being no further business'" the Hess a
Hoard adjourned Bellevue Slager
who know Governor llroward per Attest : J. MARION Pixov MELBOURNE FLORIDA\ ,

sonally, say he will be a credit not It. l:. MMH, Chairman. A healthy winter resort on high; pine land, overlooking Indian River DIAMONDS WATCHES & JEWELRY
only to himself but to this state Secretary Rates : $:J and upward per l.iy. Special rates per week or season. lland133ainSt.
J. & 8. W. and
L.
-Write for rates to- A. C. WATCH INSPECTOR.
I while he fills the gubernatorial MAUAM E. M. CAMPHELL: R. W. CAMPBELL\ 3JI: ) W Bay St. JACKSONVILLE. FLOIUIUTurnips .

chair. From plowboy to Governoris TiTUsvit-r.K Fl.",., Jan. 3rd, 100.; Manager. Proprietor .--- -

a great step, and it shows the The /School Board met and organized =---e 3oo--t: 1U'I -

r; amount of push and energy in the by the election of H. F. llnrdesty an Special AgentsIHTYI.KIt'rt Sole I Agents rr 3i--f.
man to rise to o exalted a position. chairman. Present: It. F. llardosty, -- -CANHY. o. o. :IQOttGJ: c... SEE
:May his administration chairman; J. M. On'oil anti A. J. Carter: S..whro'.Iorl.lchl... The Kny-Scheerer D5 I'OR SPFt.XN"G-. .
prove a with J. It. Walker secretary Liquox.me" DRUGS Surgical Instrument.
success in livery way. H, Jo:. Minis, the retiring nuponntend- I urine Uiiitor+ (rur. Van Horn. Ligatures.
lir. Mhoiip'n MeitivlneH.Klcliitnl .
ant, advised the Board that the Fort lluiliiut. 5.1 and 83 West Day SmltlmmiUn Trum. II' -and Kuta Bagas.
Tierce school was without a supervisor .1. &.J.8urllcal DroHxInirn.. Silver Trims.Abbott Onion
TIIEHK is more capital more This was referred to J. At. Orrell member I'. 1>. A Co. Antitoxin.UomlrlcU'i Alkal..lilalCn.8talTi Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.CabbageJbest .
settler*!, more tourists coming to for the 3rd district,with Instructions SnrcloulItulilier: OoiiiU. Warehouses >ril SprlnirB. Wnter- varieties for Florida. Beans "

the East Coast of )Florida than to Interview the patrons and select someone All Hlckrniiin oasis :JO! ) to 20 /South Laura. Veronica Itlno Lick. Springs Springs'( Water.'Wnt..r. I Seed Potatoes-for fall, JT.. 4 Rose anti Triumph.
to fill the ('rntrhoii.' TruNitv. west Hailoii '
was ever known in the history of vacancy. binge Water. m Poultry Supplies-International Stock and
The Superintendent was instructed to Supporters Splints| lliirkhoail Lit ,Ia. Poultry Foods .Etc. .
State. The whole of Florida is };:InntrloHatterice': Jacksonville Florida. White HtnueLlthln.I'ark .
confer with tho patrons of the Cocoa Eleetrletteating'ede.' : Ttlford'H: (
making great strides in all Industrial school as to the selection of supervisor ClRard. X*. a..1 1 rr..c> r. oodsmttin: : I

lines, and her varied of the achoul. 1 14
resources East Bay St.,
The matter between the teacher and Jacksonville, Fla.
are being developed as never fieorglan.t: school was nil j MB ted by the Hodges cfe O'Hara J
before ; she Is on a boom, and her Board aa :Jo-oo(3-att(

most prosperous --
, Long may it continue. the retiring: Superintendent sod mem- ------- -----
Rough CYPRESS"
bois of the /School Hoard for their attendance and AND) YELLOW I
J PINE
LUMBER.
WE
) and expressions of !goodwill.A Dressed WANT EVERY GROWERIN
MK. )F. Hethcrington has sold letter from Lars Jorgenson: was referred
to the of school Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates : .
Mouldings
hs( Supt. Shingles etc.
out interest THE
, In the Miami MI1U and office located Write STATE TO HAVE
The salary of Superintendent wan fixed at Buffalo Bluff, Fin: us for prices deliVered OUR BOOKS I
I Daily Metropolis to Dean Bros., of at *" .( ,. to any part of the SUte., Address: Hodges A 0'JIar., Buffalo Bluff Fla. "FLOIUDA VEGETABLESA

; the Palm Beach News and Editor The following bills were audited and --- "Fr.ORIOA ORANGES--A complete manual on Florida Crops.
.j+ Tatum Is to retire from active warrants drawn: - ---- took of special interest to Orange Growers"FLORIDA

J' newspaper work. The company COUNTY SCHOOL FUND. Will M. McGsiff:: : : . STRAWBERRIES.-Bookl on "Soil: Varieties, CultlwH

i lias been reorganized with B. B, J. M. Orroll pAr diem and mileage (*21 (t1C1) ".??,? and Fertilizatioa."
, Tatuni It. F. Ilardesty, It 14 (1"1) po'r A TOES.-BookJet on Soil Seed and Cultivation,f}
as president ; J. A. Dean .. intorhanger.DAYTONA:: : :: : Planting
J. It :
A. Carter, :a N0 : fect of Fertilizers "
vice and
II ma president; and S. B. Dean "PINEAPPLE Digging Shipping.

1 I\S secretary and treasurer. P. F. fOOThe ) "IDEAL FER'C1LIZERS.Of special interest to Pineapple Growen

t :](flee, of Union Springs Ala., will Board adjourned to meet the let FLORIDA. FERTILlZEKS."-Bock showing all our different Brands ADaIr

ir lie business Monday In February at :9 o'clock .
r manager of the new p. ni. X ew and revised editions above
'r oncern. Good luck to the new Attest: B. F. HARBESTr, All kinds of Sign: and House Painting, Paperhanging, Etc.. promptly attended of the Just published, sent free for the aakiD&!
J. R. V/A.LKER Chairman. to at any place on the< East Coast WILSON
f firm Secretary. this kind of work. A large staff of practical men employed to do & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,


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EAST COAST NE"\VS. :.. i'he rereot cold wave, did no damage C. II. Hooks brought; in a ,*>,(HH)-Ib IVI.A.JR ]B <>S_..

I \. all hre. catch .if shecpshcad Tuesday
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S. F. Travis expects to begin work on The St. Luclo River Itathlng Club Corner Iluy and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE FLA.AVIIOLESALE .

his store building on.Thur day. held! business. meeting Tuesday oven-

Newsy;: Notes Contributed, by Om nt:.',_,Hl\l' :1 Ing.
Mrs. Oary was the guest of Mrs. E. C. GROCERS

Corps of EastConz"ltCol'l'e""pondcllts." i : U Tyndal at Jensen, last: Tuesday. "Wanted in the town of Stuart. it
bakery. Rare chance for some one with
.1.I II. LeTourneati returned Wednesday
__ _ _ _ _ ._ on limited i t ns.
mOI
1.Nt N...VVVVVTVVVVVVVV.A ,.v.vvv.................... morning from his trip to Orlando. Fruit' and Produce( Jobbers.
Mrs Illlrmor and sister of Wavel.md,
Miss Florence Robinson Monday
left on -
Melbourne. I(I friends hoar Melboutne were in Foau for Winter Park to finish her spent" the day here Monday ns the
Twitchcll.
fJallle harbor on Tuesday: last In the musical education, at Rollins College guests of Jerome l.o;'."I Agents for Indian River A} 1.nke01'1 h Pineapple AwsHiicintion.Send .

launch Iliitassoo. MIH S. hitching expects to leave'
Mrs. George wife of (th ectlon manager us your fruit and vegetables. Our facilities for handling perishables cannot
about of
I..I"t'll'nol. Ertg., the Brat Fob
- for the AI A largo lighter, the of O. F U entettlIll1lnberf'lster. who '
Subnoriptions >VOCATK, property I / arrived '
iu.utor Florida, via Now: Ym k. ho equaled' In this market.
to pink paper of tlio East Const 91'11oe\ raddltinn. Is on Uodgsons'vns this from Arkansas; on Sunday evoulng
the Melbourne PostolHce. week bel rig lepalieil.: \\ O. M oFarland and O. O.
feeotvcd ut m POPP'I-1
Tho branch of Indian: River and Lako WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
The Eau ton ,n I rived i in port Monday I after I
rallsnrd; l Clnli met at the Worth Irish '"fe Ice Co:, of this place) are ,
_jrHARl> W OOODK.: -Ueal Estate votary mouth cruise ou tlio goolsl1lp. Tholm.Mi .
residence! of DI II" nod Mr I doing Immense business __ ..
E ubllo and Convexauror. Agent for .i':tii.i, Harry U. on this winterMesdamqs J
HeriMiol! and Loixlmiaiul\ (ache,and Hartford Hodgftun ou Houston strwl.. ', Itobeit McPherson has bought lot
Fire Iimir.iiic ('om' |>iitites. Special l attuntion [ Robinson and l.oTourneau 1). Mr. Mct'herson '
::1. bh..k 4 ou avenue -
I) aid to the Interests nt non.n. lil' uta. The schooner, Sunm South\ owned and their little girls were calling ou build THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
I by the 1C.: L. S Waveland expects to sonic cottage ,
.t ('n. at thin point, and Jensen lends i last Thurs
ha" been sold to e.lpt. :Marlin( nf Indian. day. shortly.
| Miss Eaton has returned from her visit Are now polling bowing :Machines ON EAHY; VYMEXTS..
.
oll The houseboat "\Volverno fioiu l> _
litli i relatives In Jensen.\!! Mr. and Mrs ayton.i
of Cleveland
Hays 0

IM. F Sheffield has returned from his full Set'/attendance.nol opened on It Mundav 1 H.( Jtcliblniler List with in a who were off for on their, honeymoon ,tripstopped ?, seventh, has days ben:this anchored wovk, with in a the party)harbor lIf SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS.Our .

Jit to Miami I and Is again at the Carlo a day with Mr. and Mrs.C. tOlllil\1K aboaid.
cbaigeand Miss 11 HcAlloster as assist. A. Koblnson. '

n.VI' ant.G. Fred, O. Oallgher, of Cairo( 111., inns Dlicrt Itcptesontatlvo! Is nt your Rt'rvh'oj; .
ll Sarah ( Hodgson of Eau J.illle, W. Hopkins left Eau Gallic on Peter Linn, an old lI fisherman who routed the Mrs llauoy cottage for the Diop us I a earl and lie will cull on you. .

Ls been frequent visitor to Melbourne Tuesday' last for Jacksonville to attenda makes, Ills broke home hU ou tho Elverton: Plantation -. wintft season. They expect to arrlv SKW1XU: ( MAl'HINKS! : ::; .)) OK UKVT151: )), ] right arm, nt tho elbow .
ely. meeting of the Cattlemen's Assoclatlon. about\ Fubuiery 1st. allowed, for old machines. All makes of Machines Uopiilu! l,
,joint on Tuesday. The accident
Enos Gauker Is now first assistant toto. occurred on his launch, while stating Uobt-rt McFail.ind( ] headed! the I list o( Needles llelts, Etc, for All Kinds of Machines.,
M Brown In his general merchan- The catboat Alice Capt. C. AV. Me: .. .
tho engine. fishermen llshlntr from tho bridge\ ( 1'II OH --- --- -- -- --

|*o store. Nab owner, was out for her trial tripon day li) lauding ten beautiful idiuepsheai DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-For usoon Hewing machines, writIng .

Fred Fee has again returned to De- Tuesday last. J. 1). Adamson was Prof..r, II. Oimond. of Jensen High with his rod aud reel / machtnos' Mcyolutt and nil \ptrrpusne requiting a line luluii-itntt' the

where he to finish his law on board. School came home from his vacation bust is cheapi'st tho end. It'nuliio S1N<;1ICK Oil. van only hu ol>-
nil, expects with Ifo. It The Stuart ball tensors crossed bat
a was a very romatiomariiago. : :
,Mr.( and .
Mrs. O. W. Hopkins and the taiuod at Singer sloies.ADDUKHH
Burse .. ... ...
soon. with
The young peoplo in the with tliu Jensen team: 'I'liiumluy, - ----- I
:Misses
UoclgHon; drove to Melbourne( ,
formerly of Melbourne : on school made It as pleasant ns possible the result of score, of 22: to (0 In favor
A. ,
( Steplrens, Saturday last. Mr. Hopkins held the :
|\v of Hastings: wn a pleasant visitor ribbons.Mr. !! on Monday, by showering him with lice ofStuait. UmiHre Aimlin.. THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.,

I the Brown House last Sunday. and with sketches ou the blackboard] .
Geo. Gosling left night buttlIUHH
and :Mrs. N. S. Johnson, of etc. Monday COCOA. 1'T.OIJIDA.Kopalred .
Miss: Blanche Snetleker came up from Chicago who are staying/ at the Indian calling him I away. Mr. Gosling) .. .. .. -
seland, Saturday' to visit with relates River Inn, left for a brief visit at JIUm The Ladles Aid Society of Jensen, loves the St. Lucia, and enjoys the boatIng -
at Hotel Carleton for a few days.!! this week gave 1VOI'I, pleasant sliver tea at bl I rs. as much as anyone who visits heio. Or.-gn.I1S.: :: OI'Ijtlllr5ir C>1-gn11S.

It. H. Kicou's: Jensen, on Wednesday, of -made ti> sll\\llIlllke\ now, Price f5. card when have
Last Sunday morning the Melbourne Capt. C. AVr. ;McNab( Is now laying out this week. 'lhOHO In It Is expected that the illburts Bar \ Drop us a you

Btmaster found a rowboat Heating ine the grounds) about Ills residence, Ciaignllita this place Mesdames ntteivlanca from Yacht club\ will take III't its old custom work for us to di>. AddiosH J. M. M. DROCK, COCOA, Kf.A. P
were: John Mil
liver lie baa It secured nnd the and setting! out a variety of 1Inntsand ler, Maudo Richards, Froth Mo\ Mullen, of having an annual cruise Tho Olul .. .
shrubs. to cruise to Palm\ Beach thin
expects
jner can have game by calling for it. C. A. Robinson II. Il.-Joncs J. H. La- "
having roollveII'1lovltluloll from "
11's. W II. Dow and son, Frank ofaukegan G. O. Oleason spent Sunday in town, Tournoau 1I11
III., have lately arrived ton leaving for hU work in !Melbourne 01 !Mrs S. ]F. Webb arranged a Solomaguudi to bo present at their first. meeting, Keb

the other members of the Dow Monday. The dredge has Mulshed tbe l party as a surprise for her linn- l'uI\1'llst to -ilh, IW\ .).

hilly In their pretty new home on New channel Into Crane creek. band last Wednesday evening, It being Tho thiee nristed: Hcliooner Emily H, Fire InsuranceIn

|ven avenue. Dr. /Sarah C. will his biithd.iy. It
i 1 Hodgson/ move her was a very pleasant Capt. U. I n. llendriuksou 'arrived In port
frs. Yates, of Schenectady, N. Y., cilice and consulting rooms into the row party anti as successful every way ; as Sunday, thieo days out from ..Jacksonvillo. '
f I Ived at Hotel Carleton last Saturday, building on the corner of Young and all the entertainments planned by this The vessel hn.l" rough passage' tlio following\ Loading Companies : .

,id I lis a pleasant addition to the already Houston streets this month. young hostess. The party nssembied at the main inter boad: rigging! and main 17." IJ'!
L
jry agreeable ladle] sojourning at the Mis.' Treutler I in now having erected the homo of W. )K. Wolfe, and marchedto bob-stay were earl'led away, tlio vessel '- _ ---- .. pr' '

fcrleton for the season. what will be the finest and most com moclious kind ChiTdalo of In u body. They hiul every scudding under faro poles half of tin The I IIIvvipool: &: r.o-i 1I\.Ii: lobe <

frs. Thomas Meelian 51 r, and Mrs. stables and carriage house in used to muslcl\llnMtl'lllnf'nt.good effect. JI I r. Webb which they the PIISHHUO. C'apl. llendilckson reports' r'I \. l-'lie Insurance Co

|lm Burn and little son of Philadelphia, town. C. O. Redstone has the contract recipient; of every conceivable kind was of nine loot of water on filberts (liar.. ,. !'' Tho. 11/in(Cord Klre Insuranuo Co '.
-- --- -- -- Tlio jDtna: I Iimiiranco Co.
i late: arrivals. These charming and corn-cob ; !
peo- Letters from Canada, from E. S. Randall toy pipes and "tobacco to '
i will spend the winter in their hand. announce tint Mr. and Mis. Kan burn." In led FourYeeks with' l i The llomu( Insurance I Co. of y
mo now home in 1\lel bou1'De.| N. .
dell: will leave Montreal' for the south '
C. C. ;Mast and ,, Orll'lw.
'Ifo. came In on till 'l'ine Vheniic: Fin Insurance (O).
via New York and the :Savannah Line of
evening train last Sunday. Tire secret Wo have received the following letter The I'Mrenian's Knnil Insiirnnne Co.
r College.): ( Steamships out the 15th; inst. of their coming had leaked out so all from Mr. Roy Kemp, of Anglo, (mi. w Thu J Ponnsylvniila; InHiirancu Co. ,I. I I

it of her vacation in her Melbourne Capt. W. J. Clemson, of Taunton, their young friends were on hand to welcome "I was in bed four weeks with hi grippe : The (leoiela. llomu. Inmtnnu'o< Cu

Ise Her bright cheerful face is al- Mass[ has given orders to have) his them. They took their rico shower and I tried many remedies and<
lys missed when she leaves us. yawl Princess put into commission and as unconcernedly as if they were considerable for treatment with physl- The NUI't.hel'utoIlIIl'IIII'e C().

Mr. and, Mrs. II. L. Sutton, of St. readiness by the 1st!! prox. The Captain accustomed to it, und seemed to enjoy clans, but I received no lolief until I Niagara! 1<'110 Iiisiiranoa (Jo.Tho s

ufs. Mo., are among, the charming will return south and cruise along the the pleasanti of their friends no muchIt tiled Koley's Honey and Tar. Two Uoc'lieMtur (lot'man. Ins. Co. .

posts at Hotel Carleton. They came East Coast for about a month. I wan decided to serenade" thom Monday small bottles of this medicine cured rue -- -<. --
evening Miss Gary took her piano and 1 I It in < I------ ----r r1 <
!
le Bonn weeks ago and seem very well The Queen Ida, new cruising houseboat with her and led the << now" use exclusively my 0 i0Reprcxentod
program with Take substitute hold ..
by
family. no
tent remain ;
to for some time.
owned :Savelle -1
by : Putnam A Co.> Mendelsohns byKaiiff '-
Wedding Match, playedin lied Tltusvlllo Fla.
; CronHPhainiacy, ,
l. J. Godfrey of Dunkirk\ X. Y., nr- of NewJeiaey, la In readiness for i\ her usual good style. Messrs. Webb, --- --- 1WOrt.G-.A.N': :: ; Cob 'VV"'A.LTOJ.\.T'
cruise down tbe East Coast. The boat ,
fed ia Melbourne Monday, and is now McMullen and Leonard gave several
pong the pleasant guetits\ of Hotel CarleI. Is provisioned for a lengthy cruise and i Is solos. Mrs. McMullen who Is talented South Rockledge. .:r'.11'us''Vl.11o"; : :'Wlox-J.c1n.: ..

>. Mr Godfiey Is delighted! with Ho- very roomy and eonifoi'tablu. songstress/ contributed several solos ---- - -

1 Carleton its guests and Its surronnd- Rev. S. T). Day, rector of the Church George/ :Saunders who is a finished performer occupy" the cottage. )h''s. Middle out for n surprise In tho near future
P s. of the Holy Cross Sanford. Fla. will played: several beautiful cornet Another delegation of Ohio people arrived .
,
weekor
ton and\ maid are to be dowh In.u from' the Meitltt settlers I In tho way of n ,
hold service in ht. Johns solos. Mr. and ;Mis. Mast served delightful -
Episcopal on Monday.Mis. .
Last Tuesday morning Capt. II. \V.jiujcan two.Mr.l'ockfrom. much rontomplatnd ooncoit. for tho benefit ) -
lofreshiiients
followed
: took a jolly of 'lintelrloton's church Young street Eau Gallie on by !games of the church. .
party That old nnodsn
: H. C. Covort
was 1 Caller organ
of val'lolIlklndM.. It upon U N. Y. and his
Sunday evening next at 10'clock.11 was a very pleas room, ,
guests In bin new launch The Mrs. Carpenter on Monday.( now bellows, NO I ho !Men I lit I people' 'aio
ant affair and! Wednee.tiny
cordially invited. Heats free. :Special very much enjoyed by all friend l, Mr. JotchkllllIUI'lv8I,
sic B, for a days outing; to Melbourne I talking of. blowing," In other words.
choral services will be tendered the present. Uncle Joe Noiklik has bought launch and are stopping( with Grandma '
ncli.: All report a most. enjoyable by ___ I it "sinking" for a now OliO, all. I ah 1.Mr. 1.
lie, choir. I\ntllntends haying good time. Munsoti.Mr. .
Domestic Troubles (1 j Is the
rosso most Indtistrlout 1
There! IK no prettier or more healthy l>>neullonlnJul l.fiGrll.l.e i Miss Louise !M.'o Powe, of Boston still (and !Mrs. UndoI) and Mr. and !Mrs. mini about this little village and
really
In It Is exceptional! find a family remains hero, ut her lovely winter homo Miller, from Now York\ in'rl ved, Wednesday has
ft' Florida than Melbourne. It is Coughs cured quickly by Foley'n acuoinpllshnd WOIIl.lel'lIn\ i. short
where are no domestic ruptures occasionally and and are hoarding<< at Mr. and Mrs
[unfed on the banks ot the far famed Honey nnd Tar. Refuse substitutes, bole but those be lessened orange grove. lime. KKK: to sell I at loots per do/on
can having ialdwln'r.Mr. .
by ]
|cl I beautiful Indian RiVor; peopled by at Ked Cross Pharmacy Tltusville, Fla lr. King's New Life Pills around. Mr and Mrs. K.: C. Zimmerman have Is "not to Ho sneezed at." I Ihis beans, ,

lost Intelligent class of citizens; fIrst. Much trouble/ they their moved into a part of H. C. Covert's and Mrs Klngrnnn were callingon Ittttitcu and) ouaiiintxiis .are line, anti lie
Is* spot for hunting and flailing; only atit work In Htomach and save Liver by troubles.great house for the winter. Uncle and Auntie Uughns Mr. and Is also shipping fruit .daily.A .
distance from Melbourne Beach, Melbourne Beach. Mrs. A. I.. (Ilritnor 1\1 r. and !Mrs K.: V. .
kt're our people enjoy surf baths, plc- They not only relieve you but cure. O. J. Root., mother, sister :Mary anti) Hall I'uclI! 1'. 1 and 111 I'll. ]K. W. Mutison, Itnoldfldiro gentleman, the other :, ,
the beautiful beach I 2:;ic, at Ked Cross Pharmacy, Titusville. aunt, Miss Roberts, arrived at their day, said, "No matter where I go along! \
,
log on g'Ulimg Saturday
sea
shells and fine M>. Redstone and a lend! were calling -- beautiful winter home last Friday on tlio East: Coast I set the newsy and T
having sport gener- at the Beach Monday on business John Hhlprilo::! was over visiting his wldely-roiid Al>VOOArK. It certainly"

Davidson Pows and Green of Fort Pierce.Will Edmund Day wan at Oak Hill last relatives Mr.! Dim toy and\ family, .'.Satur II very popular paper, and I wish some i "
:Messrs.
RVe would call the attention of friends week, looking after his crop of oranges,: day and Hunilny., Mr. 1)awl41Y and son, Kocklod (e and Cocoa scribe would senda ,
with their families down
f\I visitors all over the State to the comf Cocoa Tuesday, in Mr. Davidson's, launch came and Ho reports the fruit as being/ very Hue. Robin, and<< \VlllardVnt, on, went homo few Item every week! tu the only ,

f session of the Cliautauqua the the day on the beach. Frantz of Ankona, was41 pleasant Mr. and Mrs. H.Vr.. Matthews, of with him Sunday: afternoon, for" visit pink paper In tjio south." ,

pies, to be held in Melbourne duiinga spent visitor In town Tuesday Itaxcomb, 0., arrived! at their winter of a fair days. fr. Eddy of I.oulsvlllv I

last two weeks of February, oomfcncing Oliver Glbbs I Is making a success In The oil boat Capt. Ilendrlckson in home on Monday, and ore receiving a '1 he recent "(, did us no damnytt truest of Mrs. lllalr and son, Ky.halt, wa.\week. ", '
He has beautiful
fc on the 15th.; We are promised rose culture. some charge was in port, Tuesday. glad welcome. I here. The weather was quite a con. 'fhne Doctor fell In love with! the Island; .'
best 'that has ever, been varieties which find thoiC way Into the .
program Ills friends and Sunday was chilly day but no frost. tract to that I In tho north as Indicated by and[ Is itrrimxlnic:;( to buy piano here to
Rented of neighbors.
II.
in Melbourne. The accomMations homes I. Klopp dime up, Saturday from .
The truckers have escaped remarkably letters received, MotuUy from, peo open a. sanitarium for tho favored few of
I ,d 1 hotels are ample-we now have three Major Graves "went hunting misery :Stuart, to sl'elHllSllnday with his family well this winter and there are Home. line plo who Hjient tints winter hero la/tt hi,* wealthy natlnnts, who would follow i ;'
The Carleton Hotel Belle-
: In Melbourne Tuesday. He did nol Contractor J. A. Franklin has com crops, of beans around inure your Snow from ton to fifteen feet whcro ho fitd. Merritt will bo pleased
e and
| :New Brown House-we neverre find any, as tbe Dentist was nor at menced work on largo building fur W. deep. The worst bllzynrd we hare had) to kayo the genial. "blue hloo'." gentleman -
* so well prepared tos. entertain tile Several Oeachitos anxiously !Messrs. GrltUth, Prince and Simmons wish hoar
How
liome. are J. Nesbitt. for fifteen years. we we among permanent residents. t
IWic. Come and enjoy an intellectual awaiting the arrival of Dr. Houghtou. are at their. old tricks, hauling In fish, were buck at (icorRlam; enjoying tho !
.It. Quite a number of our citizens are /going : much to the delight of themselves and weather and nil tho good l t .
We are not enjoying this "spell of Into the Irish potatoe business this friends They are noted. fishermen. dellK'ittul The many friends. of (i. II. Ifausan, .
B'atal kidney and bladdor troubles can weather, a little bit." but when we winter. \Ve trust th'cy will make n success things that am "found nowhere vine, ex: Engineer I,. E. A W. It. It.. I at present .\

pays bo prevented by the use of read of the delightful (?) weather theyare of It. Tramp Bradford, of Eau ., will bo 1 ploisod to !'fi:

Jley's Kidney Cure. :Sold by Red having In Iowa, and all the North, here last Friday soliciting subscriptions know of his recovery from threatened i
|ass Pharmacy Titusvllle Fla. we feel we need not<< complain with the So far the cold weather has done no towards: a fund that In now bnlng raised I A Very Close Call kidney dUoasn. (tin( writes: "I was i
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at 40 harm here although the thermometer) for opening an Inlet at Ouoautift, and] I cured by lining Koley's Kidney' Cure
mercury stuck although
to
has gone down once or twice too low to met with good success. 1 : my engine every which I recommend tn> 'all, especially
Gal Dr. and Mrs. Peek entertained a num. make us feel comfortable.Kev Joint ached,and every nerve was racked trainmen who are usually' '
similarly
tier of their friend New Year's. Among Tourists are dally arriving nt this famous with pain," writes C. W. liellamy, a locomotive ) nllllutrd" Hold r'
at the ,
Mr. VanSickle assisted l other Hotel an.1 the New tool (Cross 1'karinaoy -
those who sat down to the elegant din by resort and }'lul llroman of !Unrllngton, Iowa. Tltusvlllo Flu.Indianola.
ner served were; Miss Helen Miller, of clergy, Is holding protracted services In I liockledgo hotel are doing a nice bunlnous. "( oWa" weak> and 1 pale without any }t

[HAH C. HOUOSOV! ( -PnvsicMX AND BiritGallle Cocoa Mrs. Peek's ulster: her uncle, the Methodist church. Large numbersare We will soon have crowds of p lJo. appetite and all inn down. As I WRit :
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sox Eau. JlorUla.K. In attendance nightly. the East and the more advertising I. I bottle of Electric ,
Admiral J. II. Gillis ; her aunt, Mrs. H. pie on Coast about to give up get a .

1' Whiting; Sirs. Alice McCoy and Mrs. A. Kov. Mr. VanAntwerp, of New York, Kocktedge gets: In the ADVOCATE Bitters, and after taking It, I feltas pi 'I
filled. Uoesch's now cottages are fast D. E. Stlckney, all of Melbourne Hencli, held divine services in St. Andrews the better it will be for this suction well as I ever (did In always{ Weak .i:, 1

|ug by northern guests. and tbe Doctor's .brother, LawrencePeek church, last Sunday morning. Despite of Indian River sickly, run down people gain now I.. J. Mathers, wife and mother arrived dl'1

'. C riogrey has repaired rind added of Eau Gallie. the cold weather, a largo congregationwas life, strength/ and vigor from their UNO. last Hatnrdiiy. They havo rrntud, Mr.

It the Irrigating plant: on his lot.'r In attendance to listen to most Interesting A 1.11'0 at StaJU Try them. Hatlsfaotlon guaranteed by N0sljtts| cottage, and are very nicely f.
Stop It. the : the Had. Cross Pharmacy Tltuivillo, Fla. nettled ror the winter
sermon on Kplphany.
.. Ilougliton, the dentist. Is. locatedthe If you but knew the splendid merit of ---- -.--... ._ --
[ Eau Oallie river this week. A neglected cough or cold may lead to ---- "ole>'s Honey and Tar you would never The lint party' from here, to Melbourne .

I'no' of the heaviest: rain-falls of the serious bronchial or lung troubles.Don't Wonderful Js'crve. be without It. A close or two will pre- Merritt.Jules Ifenehwent" last Tuesday, with Cape ,
take chances when Foley'a Honey "
la- Arthur Itobling In the .Mmbattan.
liter. vent an attack of pneumonia or
occurred on Friday of last week. and Tar afford perfect security from' 1 Is displayed by many a man enduring grippe. It may save your life :Sold The day was enjoyed by tbe party of

V' T Wells Mrs. Wells the llev.Ijlor serious effects of a cold. Sold by Ked pains> ( accidental outs, wounds, bruises! Iii; Hot Cross Pharmacy, 'lltiisvllle, Fla. Dardonvillo; and family, of Now fourteen to tine utmost.
Jirs. of Cross Pharmacy Titusville, Kla. scalds, sore feet or stilt Joints week. ,
Tajlrfr and a party urns, -- York, aro expected this John K. Field has. returned from 'i)

But there's Halve! no will hllle.!kill. the for pain it._ liucklen'sArnica and cure heron arrivals at Merritt are: IorI1abcockr /(,," school Georgia, to help his. father lathe f

the troubles. It's the best Halve on Georgiana.Miss ,and K!: C. (ileeslarof Evans- atom.I.. Field 1ms put In a lint ,

earth for piles, too. 2.c!; at the Iced( ., a nephew of Mr. Gilbert.Mr. new stock of grorer'ds, And with| the Increased .l\

IFIIIRIELIIIFIEI Cross Pharmacy, Titusville, Fla.TITUSVILLE'S : Mary Allen spent a pleasant anl1\hR. Thou. F. Tfevln and Don, needed.< winter trail, morn lieu ) wait .t

afternoon with"Auntie Hughes;Thurs. and dear! old Mr. McQuaUl, Mn. Kevins',
venerable father; also the maid, have Mrs James J.. Crawford Mr. and Mrs.

TRAINS day.Mr. arrived been Brooklyn, anti, are, as usual Cotslial: and daughter Helen all of

: Ifempsfead, son and daughter, guests: of the Ilivervlaw.: Scranton, I'a.. arrived short while ago. .

II NISltrl: RAN IE1 The following: are the times of arrival were visiting* Mrs. Handy, Sunday after There will be a house-warming In the Mrs.f Crawford! only staM( a few days: 3 ?
and Departure of passenger trains to and noon. but will return again about the It oC t
lergmann store at Mcrrllt, at 7 iV: ) p. m.on .
from Titusville: The school has closed, and Miss Mendel Saturday, the lltU liwt. Dancing at February 4

It out Fire or Life Insurance give us soo'reeoesp.Leav.ITItaavillerorMiamland. returned to. her borne, In Titusville, eight o'clock, and Mr. llergtnann ex- J. O. Romerx, of Columbus, Ohio has
you are contemplating taking 1 8 m p m Saturday. ends a cordial invitation to everybody bought J. M. field's home and orange i

'all and we will guarantee you as Good Insurance and Reasonable } 4.4.1 p u Mrs. Luna Halnlln and daughter, grove, and while we are all pleased to
cold, for cb urch.
Intermediate points at I 1 do a m i Last Sunday was too
|te as can be secured In any Reliable Old-Llne Company, KOHTHBODVD Miss Elsie of Miami are visiting Mr. going people, so there was no singing./ have Air. Sotners a termeneDt Mr.resident Field:
among us, we hope a
and Mrs. O. N. Page for k week or two. Hut the Sunday! previous tbe music was ,
.A.g1s.; Lear Tltoivlll for Jacksouvlll I IJttpm: will icon buy another place here for a
SO..IL LJ X ZI: IL d:3: 'V'XLSON' I 1fItt p in T. A. Middleton and his friend. Ben treat.. The choir will slog again; and, borne.

LIFE FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE.ur and Intormadlats points .t } 3:111f a u> Tyson and servant arrived lost week, an the weather warms up no will the
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YEARS. TltnsTllI for fUaford ': la.mArrlvwTlcasvlUcrroia aDd have rented from Mr. and Mrs. choir. You can look for some good snl-
Companies have all stood the Test of Tlrne-OVERFIFTY 'actions nd all look The ADVOCAFB: prints alt local news.
good people
We also Represent the only Florida Fire Insurance Company. Hanford Uat: p.m Lang their lions, and Mr. and :Mrs may '


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In wagons with low wheolx.
For most purposes wagons with low

wheels nre more convenient than those . .
y t r c with standard height. , ..

Wagons with broad tire nnd wheels .., : ,;
of standard height are cumbersome I' .

and require much room In turning.
DImlnlshfriK; the height of wheel to

thirty or thlrty. lx Inches In front and

forty or forty-four Indies In the rear ceFre. .

asNccessaryasRain ,did not Increase the draft In aa great / / i /t ,5' r0 tE ". ,
[proportion as It loon-used the con- .
t The quality and quantity of the ivenlence of loading and unloading the '
of
crops depend on a sufficiency
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ordinary Diminishing fnnn, the freight.height of wheels below :r : 1 t fTly I f

j PotashIn thirty inches front and forty tnchea
rear increased the draft In greater proportion

the noli. Fertilizers which nre than It gained In convenience.
low In Potash will never produco On good roads Increasing the lengthof

ant lef lctnry ri-iulls. .. the rear axle "so' that tl,>u front nnd The F. E. C. Timecard
.;very ttrnwr.hmdd he familiar: with the R'y
proper prop..ilinn of Inan diem ' t<) ,roar wheels will run In different tracksto t
mike Ilio flout: ;lanillinn lor every 'I.'JJ,: of ; II t
I ruts did not Increase y
cmp., W. 'h.iv a errleaol IxHikil.cnnUilnlni : uvold cutting r a.tlSAv ,1 '
the ,lateuhnt renuartlien, on this nil. the draft
Important luhipet, wlilch w. will .cnrt bee
if you oak. Write nuw while you Mutt of On sod cultivated ground nnd bad

it la UwORItWAN' KA1.I tVOniinNow I roads wagons with the rear axle longer
York-VII IHaiumu' "t...... up than the front one drew heavier than
AUuuto.(J.-e: 'A BouttoUrowl fltrnnt. one having both axles of the same
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lelljth.:

-- -- Wagons/ with the renr axle longer . 'Tri-Weekly Sailings . .
than the front one require wider gateways #
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TIKE EXPKKlMEiNTS.RESULTS ; [ : and are on the whole, very In-
COli venlent. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK

The best form of farm wagon Is one .
OF TESTS M\DE BY THE of axles of equal length brand tires Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

MISSOURI-,---STATION.HeMole. timid high 1 whecU In front thirty and to forty thirty-six to forty-four Inches I The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Will: appear in this spaceSouthern .

Inches behind.
"'111. Narrow Tlrcn Itpqnlr The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. \

More Power to Ilrnw and Connlnnt Direct bervlco Between .
Jjf 11"1'0' the n.-W..el. nnd.Allen To Cure A Cold In One Day Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. r -' '

itt KnniiVam*"..> Take LAXATIVE BHOMO QUI.NINK Tablets <. ,
The I>ruKgl"t" reliind the money If It (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) .
Missouri station
expcrliufiit
( has full to cure KV.. drove's signature 8KMI-WKKKLY! SAILI.NttS; I
tiuido a series of tests i In o ',tar t
ccrtnln/ Un slue of wide! tires as com .' from foot of Catberlue Street Jacksonville ." ',- 1 "
A Paying; In-reiitnicnt. --- \ 00, .. f , '
pared with narrow ows.: nays Varm Good roads ," 'f\ .
no matter what
they cost ' i
St. Johns River Line. .
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nnd Itnnol. Clyde ... { ,
are a pitying Investniont. They Increase ' '
In conducting the. experiments: two tho value of every acre of fnrm property (Denary. Line.) ( Next Week.: _

.ordinary farm wagons/ ( were used, one save time wear and tour on wagons BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD.
',iivltli six Inch tires, the other with harness anti. horseflesh' and mol, Stopping at 1'alatka. Astor' St. Francis,.KnreHCnrU (tie Land),.and intermediate landings ,
on the 8t.John's Klver.Cmninenclnir ..
vtniulurd one and n half Inch llrc-s. It possible for country )people to enjoy| Tuesday, November 15, 1OO-I. ..

both wpsorm of the same weight and privileges that would otlierwlso) Im beyond STEAMERS"CITY 01' JACICSpNVlL.Li:" ii l"FUI-i: >.I{ DclSAK Y."
their rciioh.VIOO .
each londPd with 2.0V'\, pounds. It wns Are "appointed to nail on follows: Leave Jacksonville, daily except Saturdays,at 3:30: 1'. m.
Returning, leave Bdiiforil, dully except Sundays 9X0: a. lu.
found that till niMilc-d
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power to drawthe II
Itownril iii' 00' ,
NortblIoundUe'1 .
narrow tlr >il wn'';on, with Its 2.000 S.lUtb-Jl"ulld dawn SCHEl>UI.E' head\ up. .

The readois of thin paper will be Lave. a au p. Ul. ....... ,..............Juekoalvllle. .. ... ... ................ Arrive S oi a: in. ''I I. . .. i. ': .
plotmed to loam that there Is at least Leave 114 p. nl. ....... ..... ........ ,. ....I'.I..tka........., ................. Leave s rD p. m. "
ono dreaded disease that science has Leave. a tat a.ln ..... .................. .. AYWr, ....... ... .. .......... .1..l1ve Y If: p. In. ,
.' been able to cure In all Its nndthn.t Leave "ao a. w. ........... ...... .Ht. ..rl1..cl" .. .... .... ....... .... Leave S tO!( p. IU
stages/ Leave .... ............ ..JSereeionl (Del.undj.. .. ., ,. ........ ...... [...l1ve 14MI( p. m.A.rlve .
1t 1 Is Catarih. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is II 3D I.. tn ........ ................ .. SUnCo.d. ... ,... ...... ... .... .. I."ve 0 3D It.. 01. ..
1i the only positiveoure known to the medi Arrive 10:011) a.ut ., .. .. ................ .....Enter..rl". ,.. ...... ,..... .,....... ..I..ve. 1000 a. m.

i tional fraternity.dlsonxH, requires Catarrh being a constitutional n constitu- Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, J 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ,:, ';', t. { 1'. : ': : : ,

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treatment; Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken P. M. 'R() MJS'JIiRl.JIA.st.. (i in. 1'axn.Airt. 122: : Went Hay St...luckmtnville. Da.. ., " , > "
internally, acting directly upon the W. (I.COOPER.: Jr., Local Frt.Afft. Jiiok8i>nvlle. U. P. L.OVKI..L., gupertnlenilent Jacksonville. .
"Foot HUllan St..JackBonvllln. Kla.A.O. . y'
blood and ,
mucous surfaces of the system AOERTY, Onn'l Ka t'n I',..... Act. New York CLYDK: !MH.NR, Oen. Frt. Ant., New York.
thereby destroying the foundation TIIKO., Elpat ''; I'U., ieneral Agents .
I of tits, dlsoiiHe, and giving the patient Che.ebrouirb IluildiiiK. 'J Stale St.,Opposite pottery Park New York. .
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strength by building up the constitution C. WALTON.. Agent, Tltusvillu.! Fla. "e ""

and assisting nature In doing Its work. - .n. ; .
Ttio proprietors have HO miicli faith In I
: its curative power, that they offer One
Hundred. Dollars for any cane It falls to
rii.4 cure. Send for list of testnionlals. Atlantic Coast Line R'y.

Address, K. J. OIIES EV & CO.,
Toledo, O.
rr Sold by l>rnKtl( t, 7.>c.
Hull's family Tills are the beat The Great Through; bar Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets Railwayto

on sale Tuesdays nnd Thursdays In November.TOTHi .
now NARROW TIKES DKRTROT UOADS.
HIM trout of Ariiin.r .
(pound load, on a gravel road would 'o'-' lU.it you nro v, .'alll.y.II'! C.." : AST.
iiavo: pulled a load of 2,412 pounds onithe sail: 'O.o. iiuiii who\ ii>nN> In pedlKre Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington thencevia

wide tired WIIKOII. The same power and the :l\\..'. "you roall.v should bo,,ln the Pennsylvania ItnUroad. the

(required to Urnw narrow tires over to ndopt. ft colt' : of arms"
cUrt and gravel ronds'when( ) these were "111! do Just an I iilenso, rclorte.l TO '1.1111VI.S'l'. North
The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile & Ohio R. H.
jdry and bard was found suJllclent to Mr. C. hotly.If: 1 I like to go( about luniy ,
Idraw allrt sle n 2.KJO pound load on tho wide bu.!nrii.!" TO TIIK EAST VIA.STI1AIHSIIII'.

(tired wagon under the sumo conditions. Via Savannah And Ooean Steamship Company for Now York Philadeldrtla Bos South
i t wua (,shown Hint vliero tlieso roads ton. Via Norfolk :Steamer to New York Washington and lialtlmore. Via Savannah

kvero deep with mud, but partially and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttnlon Company for Italtl- ,

drll'llllt tho surface with n" few hours( I Every. I S more anti Philadelphia-

inn, the sumo power ruuulrwl to draw East'
TO ItJ: Y 'YES'.N. () HAVANA.Via ,
the 2.OOO( pound loud over them on the I
Peninsular Occidental Steamship
Company. '
narrow tires would pull n loud of 3,200 w .

pounds on the wide tires Two Minutes 1 Connection Made Jacksonville for all! Points p.
and West.Tim'e !
TIle director of the station states that .
the conditions under which the narrolytires : .
Physicians tell that all MIL.KAGK TIOKI3TS.
; offer nu ndvnntnge over the wide us
Interchangeable mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of the ,
among principal
the blood l in
"uiiusuiil and of short
ones :\ nrll.tlon."IHI.l. a healthy
railroads\ In the southern states are on sale by the principal agents. I. 'i ....
further, that "through a majority
vf days lu the year niiil lit times human body passes through For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. Ii., or. write,

,when tho dirt roads nro moot used and the heart once in every two FRANK O. KOYLSTON', Dlst. PAHS. Agt. W. D. STARK Trav. Paaa. Agt.
1:18: West Hay :St., Aster Building JACKSONVILLE
I Itvhoii thi-lr use In most Imperative the minutes. I If this action becomes FLA. '
H. M. ZMEUSON, Traffic Manager.: W. J. CIIAIU, Oen'l. Pass. Agent..
:broad tired wagon will\ pull materially irregular the whole WILMINGTON N,' C. Card Will Appear Next, Week.
lighter than till narrow tired wagon;"
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suffers. Poor -- - --
health
also that "1\ large number of tents on body '

tucudows ground HULL, pastures plowed, stubble ground Kind lu ,every corn follows Emulsion poor makes blood the; Scott's blood SE.A.B: <:>.A.RI: :::) 'Y':, Folders 'rates. etc., cheerfully upon apppllcatlon.O .

condition, front dry, hard mud llnu to ; 1" "
One reason why AIR LINE RAILWAY. ,. .
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Ivory wet and Boft show without a pure. fl "

l single exception a large UlCference In I .
draft lu favor of the broad tires. This '" ta

llffeix'iioe ranged from 17 to I'M per SCOTT'SEMULSION -FOKSAVANNAH .i .

*<< eut." *. O. LUSE3i: Dlst. Pass.
Teats of'tho drafts of wagons were ] : _CpLUl\IBIA. CAMDEN: SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, Agt.,

amido with wheels of different height. ,' WASIIINQTON: BALTIMORE PniLADELPIIIA, :NEW YORK, 108 West Bay St., :' Jacksonville, Fla,
!Tlio trials were nude on macadam
,gravel and earth roads under nil con is such a great aid is becauseit

lltioim, and on iiioudows, pastures, cul passes so quickly into . Two Elegant Trains Dally . .
'itlvntoU tlelds stubble land The
etc.
the blood. It is digested Seaboard
draft wan determined by means of aOlddlngt partly Express. Seaboard Mail.
self recording dynamometer before it enters the
MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. t
t Tho net load vn lu every clue the stomach ;. a double advan-

amen' (', 2tXH) ponmil. Three vets of ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. . __ _
tage in this. Less work - -- -- - -- ______ ._. ___.. _
whotlH of different height nil with six

inch tires were uxod us follows: Standaird for the stomach ; quickerand

front wheel ft>rty-tt>lIr Inches, rear more direct benefits. For Information aDd sleeper reservations!( call on any Agent MalloryLines
e (wheel Ufty-llve Inclirs; luedluui, front
Seaboard or write
To the
ivht-el thirty-nix inches rear wheel 1 get greatest amountof
forty Inches; low, front wheel twenty- good with the least pos- A. O. MAcDONELL Asst. Gen Pass Agt. S. C. BO.TLSTON, Pass. Agt. _

tour Inches, rear wheel twentY-!I htJUt'lIt'li. sible effort is the desire of JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

in __- . _.__u SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
I The experiment clearly demonstratedtuut everyone poor health. --

under almost all condition of I Scott's Emulsion does just SO YEARS and most thoroughly equipped the coastNO
t EXPERIENCE passenger steamships on
! road surface the broad tired vehicles that. V change for the KIDNEY DISEASES OVER ROWDIXG_
draw the
lighter and are of benefit to
t roads, while the narrow tired ones are better takes place even before IMPORTANT STATEROOMS3ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED oath"

l! onstnutly> destroying the ronda. I you expect it.We. are the most fatal of all diJ- ships, as no tickets will be sold to exceed the number of Ix1*!
The authorities of the station havecompiled or the :
uses.FOLEY'S. seating capacity of Dining Malls, thus Insuring all passengers (ladieid9
" tits result of all their farm I will lend you sI f service: and attention.
i wiiKon experiments Into tho following camp! free TRADC MARKS
Us that this KIDNEY CURE III
I, nummary: nun DESIGNS
{, )For the same. load, wagons: with I picture H the form of Buarantud fliaidy Anyone CO rmaHTS' Ac. 1'ASSEXGEKS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY
ff a label it tht Mndlnc. a sketch end rimwrtptlnn
c n tray
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wheels with standard height drew wrapper In.entlon rtaiii mar opinion' free whothtr an (See Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
of
N every bottle of Ifl prohnblr pMnnrnhln. Cotnni\inln. .
i lighter than wagons& wllh lower wllel'.... I LT EmuUion buy. or refunded. 'Contain tlnnsstncnyonnedentl.L HANDBOOK till H..ell&a
you money
sent frwo. IHiliMt a ncr fur LOWEST HATES TO NEW
norurinit Datcnr*
. ,. The difference: lit favor of stand Patanu taken thmufh Munn YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH.
I '- .SCOTT & DOWNS remedies recognized by eminent 'kW _ek., without...bo" d L receive
and wheels was greater on rood surfaces ) spa |a the Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
1 In bud condition than on goodroad I Chemut physicians as the best for Scientific Hmerlcam FAMOUS "
409 Pearl St., N. Y. "SEA ISLANDS."
I Miirfflce I Kidney and Blidder trouble A bantlanm.lp llhifitr d __ .
!lIp. 1*... .. ete.rnlstlon
Low wheels cut deeper ruts than SO assti M4 f I.AU ..00I of any .ol.otl/lo !tnnrn.1", '1'.......N a Through tickets sold to all northern Polnta. fall Information r|
Inaua PIt1CI i0s. uN s..... 'onh.,eL all wewwrl.ee. rmctlon. For regarding
chose of standard height.vljmtliMi I MUNN& ::': offered by no other line; diagram., re.err.tln., tickets, etc., app>/
:l'llt : of the tongue Is greater lied Cross Co.3Tii NewYork
Pharmacy Brack. un ,W ( : ARTHUR W. PIE Passer Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jaclsonrtlle, Flo 9








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JACKSONVILLE. ST. AUOUSTINH. KOCICLKIHJK.



YINDSOR. IIOTEL . Florida HOUSe sr. A rUU TISE'FLORIDA

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND FLORIDA'S New Rodledge Hotel

LARGEST AND BEST YEA R-ROUNDIIIOTEL| .
NOW OPEN. TOURISTS' AND TRAVELERS' FAVORITE II t

_'4"- ..'- hf. '-- ; . . This popular house Is centrally located; has all modern Improvements Including -
\C. .- .. .. ,.. '. . ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER
; STEAM HEAT and more rooms with SOUTHERN EXPOSUREthan ,

any other hotel In town. Accommodates: 230.: Rate's: $2,50 to :.1.50: per
day. C::>PEN" :I:>:IilOE:MIt: I:XL D41aJ.: ..

F. C. IIA\"DJ.S. ,Manager.

Orchestra, Casino, Bowling Alleys, Etc.
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39cc..ri Hotel St. George, ST. AUGUST INE. FLORIDA. 1'. A. SHARES', Proprietor. r

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ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SINCE: LAST SEASON. :3iiticiTT.: :

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Elevator., Steam heat Private bath. Kiftt-class- ip-to-d.ito: hotol.

13 per day. Semi for booklet. River View Hotel, ZMKIHUTT: FLORIDA,

1\[. 11. :MONTGOMERY( of IJuestls )House, Saratoga: ,
Situated on Huh Ground; overlooking the I INDIAN HIYI H. :Surrounded
Owner and Proprietor.1'ALATKA .
by Orange hoes and iv PINK: 1 r'ORKST.: lllgli ".t, ]lletdthiett Ur}',>st !Spot(; In
-- -- '-- 1.101'101.1':1.1"11'10: Light. lUths, Sulphur Swimming Pool Fishing!:, Heating!;

R+1 nail moro ( ,\lno than: any pines In the State.I IKmlilot.V. .
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M. 11.1 IIHI1'( Proprietor.

The Graham Hotel P.VLATKA FLORIDA
ioDGE & CULLENS, OWNERS:::; AND PROPRIETORS. I IAU ALI.I.

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Opposite Post Office and Oflicos of Ockl.twaha !and St. Solms River Steamers

DiAL HOTEL JACKSONTILLE, ..... Only Brick Hotel lu the City. Rates : $3: nUll $3.50 ]per day Hotel Sarno and Cottages, KAU OALLIE: FLA.

No Bettor Place In the City: Porters Meet all Trains and ]}oats.J !.
On the Eau:: Uullio and Indian Rlveis. Two miles horn tho mouth of tho

E. GANTT Proprietor f.unoiiH liitnnn.i River. UnKIII'I'U"KO.1. ': l Dink Shooting/ and (Pishing. Tlie Hotel(
and Cottages are elegantly fin ulshtMl.. Kroimtonu nail Sulphur Water. Rates: :
Opposite postofflce. Centrally located. Thoroughly repaired and re :$;.',:.0 and *.,!.;>Opal day; "I'PC\,1\ by the week or month. (:luttngos( completely
Ohl) S1AliltlilsI:. GOOIALL. FLA. fiiintshed, families. \VATK1.\S I :: I.l'.K.;

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novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . . . -- -
Ill loJBOUHN':.
1 j SEAIIREKZK:, '
The Seaside
Bates .3.50 per day and ,up. I111'10LD OOODALL, FLA.In '
MKLIIOURNK:, }FLORIDA.'I ,
New Hotel Carleton

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. now open for the winter season, under the management of the owner Hieviinl CiMinty
HORACE F. STKWART. Handsome and new, situated on Daytona Finely sltiintod! on n. high bit,If ov<>i'looking tho INDIAN IHVKIt.Sinf ( .
Jieach the Iotells modern In nil \ltd appointments with large/ airy, pleasant and it Ill milt water bulbing., Ilimtlnj* anal Fishing. Sanitary
rooms o\eilooking the ocean and opposite Iveatlng'H Casino and. 1'lor. Iltl'lHu'o.ht'at anti \ Union J! .
plumbing, pin-Unlit./ : $ per' slay 1\11.1111>
The surf battling In nnoxcellod. Tormn moderate!
: N. O'NEAL Special by tlio ,,,.ok. Pilvalu Ilitln.:
UORACK F. STEWAU1'. Ownernnd Munatjer.FLORIDA. nOI1KltTSOS' A: FERGUSON":"

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. HAS LEASED THE . SI:AnUI:I'Zg. New Brown House MEl.I.IUHIH"I: FLORIDA.Bitvuul .
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ARAGON HOTEL THE CLARENDON SIA1D<: ( 1yto': a Centrally Located, on New Havmi AVCMUIO." flue\Uouiity.View of Indliin River
I ( Bonell) and! (bane: Ciix-k. Homl Hunting and Finding. Open the ;year Honed.
On the benutifnl East Coast 111) miles south of Jackson vllIo. Capacity doubled HATS : if'J! per lay. Simulivl\, l>y the week,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA by the addition of one hundred new rooms nil connecting with private liath and (IF.(). U. 1JROWN Proprietor.;. !
hot and cold running water In'each room. JMnniilllcont Kojer, fine Suu-puior, new . .
It Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per Uy and upwards. glass front, dinnlng-Kioni/ 100( ) feet In length, fating tho broad! Atlantic O"onll.Itll' - - -- -
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed and, it Is ated directly on the bluff overlooking the famous Automobile Knee Com'NO. Went i-'OUT I IMIKOI: ':.
now second to none In the city. Both cuisine and service. unsurpassed "
ern Union 'J'elcgrai and liooklover'a library located In bun-parlor./ FlneOicheH -- ------ ---
!in the South. Rooms with private bath, $;.1 1 day and upwards
per tra Dancing: Howling, Tennis, Uillnrdx and numerous other sports! Spacious
Garage, skillful mechanics, and apparatus' : for charging Kloctilo Motor VvhlclvH Almond Boarding House, FORT riEieUK: FLORIDV.l''li ,
Buy tickets F. K. C. Uy. to Dnytonit. Tho O.ueixlon btmus meet all tiulns. 1IajC-
t-eliin' omd at rniiHonnliln bo steered, nt the Almond 1ii sate
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay: and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE gage: chocked direct front Hotel. For rates, booklet and further information address .. niton oils )
hoarding: HOIIHO (Only one block horn depot A idro" pliico far' people of
The ('Iarelldoll. Fla.
FLA. oabl'eeze. moderate, means Favoilto Iluilriling, house IIf Kurt. IMeict.
E. L. POTTER Proprietor 'C. II. KNAPPK, Manager '

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened .._ - - _.__ _. u.. .._ ._ ______ 1. U.I ALMOND.
DAYTONA. - - . .. .. .-.,- -. .. -- -
this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold< Water .
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WIJST: ALM: Mil:AC) II.
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Baths Five minutes
Elevator etc. from any wharf or depot. All

street cars pass the door. RateR, $2.00 to $2.1>0 per day. The Gables UAYTONA, FLA.' The Narcissus
Collages MARION and CORNELIA
Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor
-OPEN FOR THE SEASON); 11)01() 5- Nnr""IIS "Stic.'fVnt Palm Reach, Fla.

Located on Voluitla Avenue one block from Postollloe/ and two and ono- Rites: : $2 CiO tit 9l.r: ,per. "llY Npiolal!! totes, by the Wilt,;".
he New i Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. hulf blocks from lUIhoad: btutlon. Five view of tho Halifax Klver. Flouting tin Lnko \"nrili", with ailnicllvo view tif the Palm Roach shore .

Sunny Comfortable Rooms, Single or En-sulto. Electric Lights and It.ttlis. Delightful, airy. rooms Miolrlo lights, lint anil, oolil baths, and all Iliodoruconvonlonres. ,
-On the American and European Plan- 'J'ublu ser\loe the bUilt Hinnll children, not tak Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated A pleasant -TABLE UNEXCELLEDtins( N. 'AUcflKIFI'1''
Prop. 'D, .
family home. Rates: American Plan, $J.!.CJ)(() and $2.50; European, OUcts L. H08K1NSON Nest Palm I1olcla. Fla. 1 .
and up. All cars form Union Station atop at the door.. -

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. 'rrrUYVILi.E. 1'ALMBeach IluAclI:

rhe beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, is under the T 1 - -- '. 'I!
same management.

Sembler Cottage, TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA r : Club Cafe. tLnoorporntod

ew Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA.v Open All the Year.. Good Board and Attention.
(
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10 East Forsyth Street REASONABLE IJATKS.
OPEN JANUARY 15T1I. ;
Two doors from F. ]E. C. Railway Station, Tltusvllla.MRS. f '
In all Tho best
Center of City; cool, airy rooms; first-class appointments. t
A. J. ,. Adjoining( grounds, of Hotel Royal Polnolann, Piilm head, t>n the! north ,
$2 to( $2.0: American plan house In the city. Open all tho -year. Europeanplan bEMBLKIt Prortdetre
I -

$1 per day one person. Free bus from trains and steamships Near FEASTER HOME TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA. Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours. \ '

all rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop
car lines.' Special weekly | Corner Lemon and Main Streets ,
First-class Table Good Rooms.. Rates
Bunny HOl&8olllble. special
Flrst-clusH Chef Culnlne and Worvlro.' ,
by the week.
Corner Bridge and Bay Stioets. MRS. J. N. FEASTER: ) t
[OLFE'S EUROPEAN HOTEL, JACKSONVILLE" FLA. MRS.: JULIA 1)ItEITWISCIi.p l f -, t?- . .' OJPOJCL: to :3VCox30LToons: : Only: . ;r

Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all hour.

-Rooms OOcts 75cts and U.oo- JtOCKMMXJi:. --.- j'

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A first-class Restaurant In Connection. .
J. II. WOLFE, Manager. :.444..4444444444444444444..4.444.444..1..44..4444444 LaGrange-Seminole WEST: PALM f KEACH' FLORIDA.


: ]tL.A.2'.A.: : ]B[Op: :EI..... i Opposite Royal PolnHnna, I.akoYorth.. Hates: *:1 per day flO par ,t
TEL DESOTO Under new management. American and European week and UVWIU Itenovnted now throughout electric lights, baths'trot water supply., .;
Plan. Re-furnished. Centrally Located. i :xtooisLiocaso INDIAN RIVER, :L'loricl.a..
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(Formerly Geneva) -Rates: OOcts.' to $2.50 per : | "TIlE GREAT RANGE ROVE : Hotel LaOrango, 4W..tl1< West 67th St., New Yoik- '::,

ACKSONVILLE: FLA. S. P. NASH Manager.. : I I RESORT OF FLORIDA." II : .. t I-


MAGNOLIA- -.- -.SI'IUNOS. : A handsome modern hotel located on the hanks of the famous Indian River i Hotel t I Hibiscus b I'cti1m XXociolx, r'ic t icii.. (It

j In the midst of an KO-acro bearing! orange grove. Steam heat In every room, .
unites with bath; filtered rainwater; location conceded i by everyone the best : Beautifully' I situated I on Lnke Worth, among the oocoanut trees Fiveminutes
Magnolia: : SpriD.gs: IE3Cotl:: : In Rockledge; East: Coast Railway depot In the hotel grounds., Oranges free walk from railroad; station. For excellence of culslno land l aoryloe i I
to the guests. Liberal management and I rtes.ccornmodatioD": for :00.! the Hibiscus Is without n peer' among the moderate price hotels of Florida.
(St. Johns River.) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. ;; i
If. COME; AND HKK: FOR YOURSELF.
8. PECK: Manager.
1'* mlllos south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y and river steamers. : .
s -
Open all Steam heat Elevator. Electric Lights. I'ure Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL, Petoskey. Mich
in .
replaces rooms( -J..al1lng resort of the heat LakuUI| Juno tf)IJutulxir '
Spring Water. Dry Climate. No mosquitoes Well-kept Golf Links Tennis JH LTMOIU 0: N. C.
fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $1 per day; special 44444444.444..441.49444444.4444...444444444444.4444..
weekly rates O. I). SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. I'

MAGNOLIA INN' now open. t:2 per day. ovvrtnnrrlml.. The pay' of a Biibnltern H1LTAIOICK, N. C..NKA.lt ,' ,
MARRYING IN THE AftMY.mernl officer In hardly enough for his proper Kenilworth Inn ,
-- AHIIBVU./.K. I }
ST AUGUHT1NK.: support! and the expanses' of bin ei| lpnient e
\V 1y ( Porbln 11..1..9' OftlcvrvShould ,
uniform. If to this Is uUled .
Ask Srrrrtnrr at War Flr.. and
the Inevitable expense attached to a OPEN TIIROU UT THE YEAR.:
In his annual report Mnjor General
C. Corblu.: coniniandliig the At family It J... not only probable, but I
[otel Magnolia ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. Inntlc Henry division of the army, with head almost certain that when: an ,ulcerstrikes EDOAR.; B. WOOHK, Proprietor., ., ''I''
the end of the
his balance at I'
quarters In New York, makes sows .
striking reeommendatlons for restrlc, year be will be behind If bo has no j

tlonrt on the marriage of army officer, Income but his pay. NHAV YOIIK. ':
"That a bachelor officer In more valuable
ONE OF FIItST CLASS HOTELS OF ST. AUGUSTINE.NOW says a Washington dispatch. Accord married t
THE to tbe service than a .
log to General (Corblu no otllcer should
officer does not follow, nor do I wish
be permitted to marry until he has tine Hotel Marlborough\ I
.
the to be understood n. tit saying, but tlio
OPEN obtained permission of the secretary
married office Is loss valuable It l In ,
of war and ball satlsflod l that
official that bU Income Is sufficient toupport marrying: .he baa not eercls( that nil Broadway, 30th and 37th Streets, New York

himself and family and that tJII pnidence transaction which In life.should govern 4QO Rooms. 2O() bath rooms. Lighted entire y with electric lights. A first

PALMER & MacDOWELL. 111 entirely free from debt. General "I am firmly of the opinion that no class, up-to-date hotel centrally locate) Conduct! on American And European "/
Corbln. says: relation pUnn and llJl managed l under the personal: supervision of the Swccney1'lerney -
"Marriage of army otHcern who hare officer nhnuni enter the marriage Hotel Co. E. M. TIEKXEY! Ma/i"Ker.

made iM proper provlalon for assuinlne without first getting the authority .. .. .
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of the war department( and as a neressary
BUIJDTn6 the reapoaalblllty tLerefor la hurtful
YOn both to the army and to the officer* condition thereto bin Income after

:h maelven. To thin broad statement marriage himself should and l>family.o aulllilent Above to support all.- THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE .

there are of coarse exceptions! as there 4
$1 NO ST. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA If he la to live on bill pay be should
irePoSTO :: Bal: 1 A J* are to all broad statements but the

"Most MBtr.l location In tbS. elt,.. Stfletlr flr.pr-f.. lUst Addr.uno as roomS ab..,.well. general fact remains that our army it .state i....".'on honor that heII\ free from( . ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . r
f I&na....... It..tne .al,. Opea l'0..1t. $0.rua.
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8 EAST COAST ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1905. -

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'1 rt **************************************************** A SOCIABLE EVENT. ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Miss :

: .Most Complete Line :
WRITE US FOR PRICES--
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1J A notable event In the winter social Carrie Mendel], who has been ,.- EVER SHOWN; IN

calendar was an entertainment given the has returned :
J We guarantee ourWATCHES Progressive Culture Club, by Mrs. \Vm teaching school at Georgiana DIAMONDS, -P. CUT GLASS

M. Brown, at her home on -'ulia street, to the home of her parents, near f SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER TABI.h :

Tltusvllle, on Tuesday afternoon. When Tltusvllle.' $ GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, :I WARE.
the company had assembled the hostess STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES* SILVER PLATED WARE.
ip proposed to entertain those present Tale note of the ads. of the Porter

with" a contest entitled "Mterary\ Love' Produce A Commission Co., Jacksonville *= The fh est line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties eve

Tale." In this love tale there are 1st. and C. C. Better, == shown In Tltusvllle.apSPECAL I
on page
thirty missing words,a key to each ml using *= ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDL >S.
4.
word being/ the name of an author, Jacksonville, on page -

UWIo5: (given by the reader), each author' -Tbe new time card of the F. E. C. *= G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla. :

e JKWELKKS .dr ISiroiCTKltS. either name lu representing the name of the a poem missing the word title R'y will appear next week. For departure ==**-***********************************************

XVHlthnm and KltflilVATCIIKH :* 41 West St. Jacksonville Fla. see "Ti- .
Bay of a book or fictitious character. Those of trains at this point -- --- --:::
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J.3"F All always StHnilMnl inn lliken torn. ,); -Our 100-page Catalogue mulled on request I entering, and the at a contest stated time were the given story scorecards was tusvlllo Trains" on page 5. E2.J.. :se: D &:, :seo.:

**************************************************** read by Mr: nr ,!I1'. Being lead rapidlyIt -Mr.\ and Mrs. C. A. Gardner arrived -DEALERS IN-

required quick thought, and Mitts here, Wednesday, from Boston to spend
-. ---- ---.-- --- Daisy Brady was awarded the first prize; the winter with their son and daughter-! GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL hon bon dlnli. To the guest of ,
:3HL L. 1\tIC: >TLC>w'. a pretty -
9{ honor, Mrs. T. '.Wetmore, was given in-law] )Ir. and Mrs. Chas A. Gardner. We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZED

BOARDThe the second prize. After a few moments Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Randall are We deal exclusively: In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all CODSUII'! !
spent in discussing; the merits of tUia ers Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.
l} Board met Monday afternoon,Jan. about to leave the Windsor hotel, Montreal TITUSVILLE
sI unique form of entertainment, dainty E. L. BRADY & BRO. FLA
2 1005.! Present J. Jl. Dixon Chair
,
hotel
I iE refreshments were.served followed by Canada for the Windsor ,
man, K. N. Andrew, J. E. Fultz, and -- '- -- - =
delicious punch. Mrs. Brown is always and will, be at Eau
Jacksonville soon
K. E.' Minus, Secretary. Minutes of last
E I I1N meeting read and approved. The treas a charming hostess, and all entertain. Gallle, for the winter. 17. E. GOLDSMITH
voted
meats her
urer's report for the month of Deo. 11)04) given .by are a success. ,
receivoI} Houston and Sabate, arrived
wan read, found correct and Captains
In-
Ilt/l/ ( redeemed warrants duly cancelled. CHURCH NOTICES. here, yesterday, on board the E. -Dealer

The following bills were read and C. L. C. & T. Co's dredgeboat, en routeto STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT Al
passed for payment as per 'list of item- ,
the Haulover to do some dredge-
ized expenditures.: Rev S.D. Day, of San ford, will bold PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Itvnilxnil Kxp..nditiir ii. Divine service in St. Uabiiel'a church, Ing. They gave our office a short call. TITUS r.LE FLORIDA.

County School Fund.! Tltusvllle on Sunday morning$ next, the
'J.e.'harllll..t..rlell..f.. ........ ... .. .......1,67(100( 15th Instant and at Eau Uallie in thf -:Mrs. K. E. BrowiJ, of Jacksonville, =
...' II. .:. Mlnm, supt.4orNov.| ... ..;. .. .. .... 74 oo ;
; J. 11(. Ulxonlor Hem... .. .. .... .... ..... looT. evening. Is still In town visiting Mrs. E. E. Rol.
....' . M. Felts, " .... .. .. ....2340 line Mr. Brown left for St. Augustinethe Wm B. Walker
It N Andrews ..... .. ... Him' Preachlnjf In the Methodist church: ,
Fine Liquors, Wines Beers, John Henry,t/pwrtft.mln. for pub........ 9 oot. ntusville, next Sunday, by the pastor, first of the week. Mr. and Mrs.
( K. Mime, clerk, for Nov... ?.... .. .... 291(0 at 11 a. m. No preaching la the evening, the winter In -- Dealer In -
Brown to spend
Ales Stout, Eto.,1dr"Send It. E. Mini, mipt.epr.'l''At.'Ii' .: : Inc.exp. 14 87I'LRyaer expect
Iadingpupil 3nl. month.... BIS nonn as the pastor will preach at OOCOl\. Sunday New Staple ac..d Fe.c..cy: Groceries: :
I I.TITUSVITLK Smyrna.Mr.
me you r orders I K K: I4WIIlMUU" .. .. .... oo school as usual at ].0 a. m. 8tran.
>. : and OJC'OA FLORIDA. .J c Gilbert .... 84 711w and visitors Invited
to
ers are especially and Mrs. J. A.. Modisette and
.I 'S" Hell .... oo ::
J II N An.lreWM" '. .... 25 00 attend these services. daughter, of Minneapolis, Minn., were" x--I7sa1r
.1 Waters, .... ftO'oo
:
W I> Edwards: \ '. .. .... 40 ( All are cordially Invited to meet with passengers on AVeduesday's southbound : .,

:East Coast Meat Market (South llnuACoAmerican'"Bell liuiik; Del high.. .Bclmol" book" ...... 411 HIM us in the services, at the Titusville Baptist train, en route to their beautiful winter -Your Patronage Sollclted-
,
I Hook To' >' .... \0 Oil church on Sunday January 13th: at home at Frontennc. Mr. Modisette sail TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
,.
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O. F. DUREN Agent. II AV", H brew (l4). "" 2 41 11 a. in and 7 p. m. Sunday: school at
p! O"KeilHtnna, repair No 8 .,.. .. ... 5111IIulgsun ( 10 a. m. It was :HO0 below zero when they left
Brim.End ex No 6...... 82OK
t3:: O 1. 8 Co, freight spread,hell No B.. 12 HO HOWARD B OIIIIIONS, Minneapolis. Rather cool. TXTUS"V'XLLJ: LIP:: : :RY STElULL.
<=' Ie H Arnold, I oar shell' Ni>". 14211I l>a8tor.
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po H No 6.
-. I'ullleruy"nlt..r eto H IS -Old -good for wrapping,
-- .. newspapers
ran At Stewart C. Htove etc Ho 7 40
.U2 po,::::a. EeL.'" 8 Do, suraons No 27 11 111 DIXON PROPERTY SOLD.On putting under carpets covering shelves FEED AND SALE SADDLE; HORSES
c::> (> W l>ruw ,r."e ty C H "Soliiiyler' ,stove and Ino exp No 30 ... 14 !llK and many other purpo14o8-for Halo at r
: A Molt, Inc exp No 411' ..... 1:111: Wednesday an Important sale: of the ADVOCATE oftico, Tltusvllle. I .,.STABLES... a'' BUGGIES
.I U Tooter attend Tuncliora' Asso'n.... 8 ooII
_2 ,a=;a. property took place In town, when Mr.
J K WnkolloUl, > .... 800
.- Edith; !hinter .... H 00 G. F. Duren bought the store, residence -The Washington (Qa) Reporter of BAGGAGE SURREYS, 1
Stella. MlniH, .. 8HIHllHleO ( and land owned by Dr J, M. Dixon on I
ce Minis .... H (MlKM Washington avenue and Jolla\; street January 5th, says: "Mrs. Gabriel Anthony TRANSFER and TURNOUTS

_. -c.f7tI ( ItobbliiH.Hunk. attorney Co. Oraminarii foes, ., Roll Mk... 2lt lit 61 atAmerican This[ is a fine piece of property, in Titusvllle and her sister, Mrs. George Rob- t I

: <=' !Tasters ftacnrjtv Ilk, Decal ants; to Hoo 81 12 4OIrevuril and Mr. Doren Is to be congratulated bins and young eon, of Tltusvllle, returned HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.
St.Hk 81 2.1 01niltan
U2 County :: securing
upon
tI: Klver HI. Hank: 81 2n (Il Yesterday from near Wilmington

TITUSVILLE, ,FLORIDA. (tank J.. *. liuri'ii of Ifort, jimltor Pierce. No 2'.." "' 31 SB 821J 70 Dr.To and the Mrs.regret Dixon of their and many'daughter friend will, N. C., where tliey spent the holidays at J. M.' : OssbA.:n,

ITItoluirilA. lI..n.supplies| No 2. 2 2OH. remove to Jacksonville about the 1st their old home" VILLEIn rear of Robblns' Law Office FLOJIHA. I
B. Jones, nunilrlen No 4. 138 Alt
of where the Doctor will .
M K Hull No 21 .. 145 February, go --
repair of -- -
A A Stewart, fens fur No S ..... BOO Into the drug business. -Mrs. Mazzle Brower, Arden
Robbins & Graham Co. John Henry, truce coin to L>ao 31 34 81 Dr. Dixon has been In Tltusville near Cincinnati, has joined her mother INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

2.rnllIJ about thirty-four ears, and Is one of In Daytona and her hosts of old friend .
8"hooIIJ18t.No.I. our best and most upright citizens. We [ FLA.
(Incorporated) Special Tax are giving her a glad welcome to her old
PAID UP CAPITAL Teacher salaries ............ 30 00 wish him every success in his new field Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attention |
$23,000.00 lome. Mrs. Bower |Is accompanied by
ota Honry, trees com to I>no31 U2 of labor. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.

'Jills company owns Total "aiTsa: her two beautiful children, and Dr. T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor.i.rl.n.i.tl. .

Special Tax, School Dint.No. 2. MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT.There irower will probably come south later.
I- A mqS
'enohers nalurlen.', 35/ no
John U..nry.tru.omtoDeo31.' ......... 2 0.1; -Mr. Wm. R. Kooscb, of Eau Gallle, 10
On the St. : : :I? i.:1.t"Cl.:: i.rl.g:
a the Indian River Country; will\)\ be a grand entertainmentIn .g"JI ,
Total ... .... .. 97 U3 who advertised In the ADVOCATE, several -
River At New River and on Bay the Opera house, Tltusvllle, on
Lucle ; .8..
Special Tax School Plat. No. Jan. 18th when new cottages to rent, has ordered
Wednesday evening, and general repairing of all kinds.
JBlscayne. Prices to suit the times. Jolm Henry trees com to Dell 3....'. 73: Mrs. Emma Terry Pollard, the famous his ad. discontinued saying: "I have

Send for Land List. Teachers BperlalTax nalurlBn. .,.School Dint. No. t. 25 OO soprano and, Mrs. Edda Cook Pitt, a only one cottage left, and have had sev- Leaders, Gutters, Stove'Pipe, Etc., made to order. Pipe Fittings, Etc
celebrated will\
Offices at Titusville and Miami. Fla. John Henry trean com to Doom. IT pianist. give a highclassentertainment. Inquiries through your paper." Nothing -

1 .Total ... 24) This will be one of the treats of the like advertising In the pink paper -Business Promptly Attended To--

s allon. and the Macon Telegraph says : when you want good results.Mr. .
Total, lasuo .2IW1 21
FOR SALE.Over Mrs Pollard sang the Bell Song from
The resignation of Mr. S. S. Jones as akme and responded to an enthusiastic L. C. Weathers, of Arlington Address or call on GEO. .T. WHITE, Titusville Flu

Indian Fla. Bii per visor of the school ut Cocoa, was encore. Her voice is well trained, resonant Heights, Mass., who with his family
1,000 acres on U\ver\ received and accepted
and brilliant.
spent a winter Capt. J. O. Walton's
BUILDING LOTH, WILD LAND, VAl.KDlCTOUY. Admission: Reserved seats, SOcts;
cottage In Titusville, was a recent pleasant TitusYillle Blacksmith
general admission 31ctschtldren,23cts: : : Shop
;
ORANGE & GRAPEFRUIT: GROVES, The Board desires to return thanks to caller at the oltlce\ of the Walton ,

PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS the banks and bankers, and public- Block Boston where
Self-Locking Co. ,
spirited citizens of our county for their EASTERN STAR MEETING O. B. STEELE Proprietor.
-W to $1,000 PER AGUE- co-operation and assistance In le was surprised to see so many kinds
Owing to poor health owner will sell /generous protecting the credit of our school AND SUPPER. of useful blocks for nearly all kinds ofjustnesses. All kinds pf Blacksmith,Machine and Engine_ Boiler Work will be done by

-quantity desired, cheap en easy Inanccs during the past four ,ears. experienced workmen.
any During this period no warrant of the There Wall nn Important( called ment-
terms. Rare opportunity for profitable School Hoard has to our knowledge been lug of Friendship Chapter No. II, Order -Mrs. Pollard's beautiful )lyric soprano -Buggies aDd Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-

Investment. Uncounted In any instance; this la a very of Eastern Star, In the Chnpter- was heard In Stern's Prlntemps, as A bicycle, gun and... ,
JAS. HOLMES, tattering record, mid but few SchoolHOIrdlil room, Indian: River hotel 'l'ltullvllle.lallt
well in number ballads.
Jl-l-it Jensen, Kla. In any county can show an equally evening, when the Worthy Grand Matron, as a of charming G-Qt1oraJ.:: : El..opn.I.r: : Shop

.-r sound financial comll tlon. By tills action Irs. Alice }O. Robbins, of Sanford wan The brilliance and flexibility of her
will be operated In connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop.
you have protected the teachers In our present and delivered a very interesting voice Is remarkrble; the sweetest quality -

Uros. schools from loss, and their occupation address to the members. At the termination was brought noticeably the ballads SATISFACTION OUARANTEEDBoydell's -
Hodgson lies been made more honorable they of the meeting, all present sat
I and lullaby which the audience
thereby, more self respecting and have down to enjoy refreshments in the shape delighted
v EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER FLA. felt through those years that they were of sandwiches oysters pickles coffee, that tilled the Opera House.-The

earning honest dollars; and while others etc. There were 41 present. Journal, PensacoU"' Fla.-Tltusvllle Opera Oo1obrn todRo
Marine Railway. may have to dlscountl their holdings/ The supper was held in the Progresn- house, Jan. 13th.
General Merchant and Ship Chandlers. theirs was safe and secure from all In- lye Culture Club-rooms, over the Post-

..Special: Facilities.. ronds. This feeling of confidence grew of ice, and was a very delightful social -The; ]latter part of last week Mr.

until every person who worked for the affair throughout, terminating about and Mrs. C. C. Henderson, of Murfrees-
for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing schools In any capaoltv, felt sure of his 0:10::) p. m. The ADvoCATE society ed- I : -Mina: :: : Paintso.
Yachts and Launches. earnings: and this confidence doubtless tor took note of the fact that the supper boro, Tenn., arrived In town, and joined

enabled us to secure better, more com tables were beautifully decorated Mr.C. C. Henderson, Jr., who has beenIn

Mention the XIWOOATH when writing. petent, and at the same time morn( reasonable with\ roses and other flowers( and many Titusville a few weeks. Mr. Henderson -A.N' -

service pretty dinner table ornaments, which set Is a former proprietor
Your charges have been most considerate the tables oil to great advantage newspaper ,
J. L. MOULEY, and money that could have been and when giving our office a call to sub ::K: STO ESA.T

boon loaned at a much higher rate was scribe for the ADVOCATE, said: "The _
TITUdVlLLE FLA. -Mr. Chan. F. Xaethlng, president of
given: the schools at (0 I per cent per annum ADVOCATE office Is the neatest and best.
for the time held In for the Naothlag-Leslie Tile Co., and a director
Contracts for all kinds of 1'nlntintc, Kal- most cases kept office I have seen anywhere. I am -
somlnlng, Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging only short period, and compensationonly In the Uowery Bank New York, ,
the reasonable nuked for the actual time. This, very much surprised to find such an
at mont price arrived' in Tltusville on Friday night
consistent with good workmanship, any olmerver can appreciate remark ofttce In Tltusville" .
ably favorable arrangement, for while a : and at once boarded the houseboat, JAS. PRITCHARD & SON

All Work on the East Coast host of other County School warrants I Rose Marie for the purpose of taking a -Mr. Geo. Letford, traveling representative ,

are either discounted In the hands of cruise on Indian River with Capt. Jack of the well-known medicine houseof

Especially' SolicitedLet value holders, no at matter 10 per how cent short from the their time may face f.alliu. Mr. 3Taothlng was accompanied II. E. Bucklen &; Co., Chicago, was :a:_. ..:eD w_. ..R=,

me know what you want and !get my be to hold It for funds;or that the School by Senator Win J. LaUoche, presidentof Titusville last Friday, on his annual:

catlmftte! on It. Prompt attention the Metro1 tan Hardware Company: ; trip, and closed a contract with" the Titusville 'Florid':
given, to 111'OI'k.. (continued on page 4.)
Mr.\ W. J. H.xzlewood, one of 2few ADVOCATE for the year. Mr. Letford, - -- --- --- -- --

...................... CONSOLIDATED. York's big wholesale tobacco merchants who is quite a popular traveler said he THE EAST COAST 'LUMBER & SUPPLY CO,

and Mr. J. Ross Valentine, a. capitalistand tad been in nearly every printing ofllce

J -Vesey- Hall J The firm of K. B. Raulerson &: Co., prominent resident of Woodbrldge: In North Carolina, Georgia: : Alabamaand MANUFACTURERS: AND DEALERS IS-

3 Georgiana Fla. $ Tituiiville, Fort( Pierce and Miami have N. J. They are a happy set of hunters, Florida and the EAST COAST LUMBER AND BUILDDTO l\IATEUlA.I-Everythlng to construct a hour

consolidated with the East Coast: Cattle: and will have a good time on the trip. ADVOCATE was the cleanest and neat I .
J Boat Builder i Co. Mr. Jerome T. }Feaster of Titusvllle II I .
While giving the ADVOCATE ofllce a est he had visited In his extensive tray. Brick Lime and I
has been transferred to Miami Cememt. Plaster and Hair. Turned Work, Brackets.
2 ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.: : where ho will have charge of the pleasant call, Mr. Xaethlng said they es. Thank you; Sir. Letford. I Sash Doors, Blinds. Patnti and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet {tort|
wholesale department of the Nails and Hardware Door and Window Frames. Door and Window Screen
: Write for Estimates.eeNeeeeeeeeeeeNeeeee: X Company's were now enjoying morning plunge -Among the on the Southern .
business at that place and Sir C. }o'. bath in Indian River which they could I passengers Rooting and Sheathing Paper Masury's Paints and Varnishes.
JUulerson will take charge of the TI I Palm Limited on Its initial trip Prices !are not always the lowest, but stock is always the liest.
tusvllle business.Mr. not very well do In frozen Sew York. I Tuesday was J. K. Bradley the head of
I
-Yarde at Titoaville, Eau Ga1ll'e. Fort'Pierce and West Palm Beach
Feaster left for Miami on Sunday, the Bradley Club at Palm Beach. Mr,
Mr. Feaster has resided In La -
Grange --
For Clinrtcr. Bradley Is one of the most genial as .
near Tltusvllle nearly all his life, and
his many friends In this section regretto well as one of the most delightful tour.

have him It/a/ ,e. Cruising yawl, Trochee. For particulars lets who comes to :Florida annually. lie C. A. DUPONT'SHASTINGS

enquire of the owner, has recently returned from Alaska

The Old IJlncksiultli Shop Stanley Kitching, Stuart Fla. where he has been putting} In the time LIrJ:: n.Y and SALE S'.r..A..BL%

S7.50JUG hunting and fishing. To give Ills

All kinds of Blacksraithlng and Wagon Surveyor's Transit. friends a description of his trip he has FLA

TRADE A SPECIALTYHANNCBROSS1 Work; tires shrunk without cutting-a published a book of hunting and fishingIn ,
wonderful device, quicker, cheaper Can supply on the East Coast with
and Wanted anyone . .
a Surveyor's Transit. ]
which is
State
l much better. Horse shoeing and Alaska proving of great In
I I a repairing. Do not be led astray. Come!gun price and maker. Address, terest. Ha will remain In Florida until HORSES, MULES HARi ESS:. .

.... to the old shop 20-4t J. F. BELL, the close of the tourist\ season.---Florida and single or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates.

J. 1). Exxis, Tltu vtlle, Fla. White City, Fla. Times Union. WRITE HIM at above address.

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