Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00382
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: January 20, 1905
Frequency: weekly
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 )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00382
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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[LOCAL NEWS, TIII :LAUGI? HUICK: STORE.J JillncN Dry Goods anal Clottllng Notice. :Not: loo.Kvorybivly attended. The Now Kocklodge hall an

Store. excellent lj'choRtra-ono of the bent In

id Topics of General Interest. It. WALKER & CO., 1 living purchased the grocery bus I. look ou page M<, and road several HtmNDiiH.: It only comprises throe,

TITUSVILLE, FL.A. Special prices on Men's Clothing, ness of W. E. Goldsmith we would Penney & Drannlng's nil Tho next but they surely know their hu lnoRIi.

THE ADVOCATE, Will for the remainder of January, as Shoos, hats and Gents' Furnishings I rmnrctfully solicit! a share of the IUltl'OIl'a thing) to do-send In your order Having Chas, Marsh Is tho violinist; H, penile! ,

1.50 annum, In advance. in our -ciistum, sell all Winter Dross Mou's Xegllgee Shirts, with detachablecuffs l 1) of the people of Tltusvlllo and V complete stock we can ranke cello; and C. Rose, pianist.' Among tile

$1.00 per" six months, '. Goods AT COST. What we say we do, the well-known Lion brand, mode vicinity.It shipment, you rellelvlllll'- ,Roods: same Rooklotlgo stall are the following: P. A.Sharon .

$2.00 per an.Jto foreign countries. we do do. Our cut prices are for everybody of the best grades; of Cambrics and Percales will over bo our Intention to keep day. order roculvivl niuiiiiKur; W. C. Connors chief

Rending notice arts are ten cents -no elect few, e r>r special friends. I and some made of Madras! all everything In the Grocery Line niul to I'KNNKV\ HUANNINU, clerk; ,f, Magntm, day cloik; J, J. Ryitu,

r v line on tills pane. All our customers are our friend, and sizes ; regular price :$1.23, special, to sell as cheap as good goods can be sold. Gents Furnishing House, night clerk; E:. L Kiitman: chef; Dan

for the ADVO' all receive the same courteous treatment. clear them out, TOets. Yours truly, TltiiHvlll., Florida "Wood steward l; Lin .Aikenl head pore

Vhen you the subscribe, It does not cost you THIS SALE will Include all the sea Mail Orders receive prompt attention WAOONKII< A COMI V, -- h'r11"11; : Cora nixon, housekeeper;

CK oo cent by per year weak, postage Included. son's latest: effects Dress. Goods Novelties JULIUS KLINE:, Titusville, Fin. There was a dance In the Opera mid Mrs. I.. II. .likens, bond waltroRII.laDllgt'r .

Embroidered house Titusville, on Wednesday night,
Henriettas --
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and Mrs. Jules Dardonvllle, of Titusville, Fl.Mr. .:\. !\ J. V, Jordan\; tho new pro.
Mr. -Dr. and )1 J. hi. Dixon and Mice!
BrilllantlneH, Serges,Worsteds, Kto., Etc rs. and there will to another il.iuce; next
w York, have arrived at their wl nter Rose the of Mr. and pr otor of the Hotel Indian River, Rook-
You yourself unless take advantage litgolow; were guests Wednesday, when Titusvllla orchestra
wrong you -: and Mrs P. A. Morgan and eon, In of considerable
Werrltt. lodge, undoubtedly a man
me at : of I his sale. Mm. l H. K :Minis, of lionaventure, a will perform
KoxHiir spent a few days In Jacksonville ho hive niado
quite ill
John It. Walker &; Co have had a We ore not the only house south of this week. couple of days or no the fist of the -Mr. And Mrs. S. 11. Kutlibiin and transformation, In this hotel Ho has.

'n erected over the sidewalk In front New York where you can find whit you week. daughter Grace arrived Titusville on
about 10: men employed tearing thingsup
their pl.we of bust ness.IJ.ET want, but no merchant In the world will MHBSIS. Peter Nelson, Goo. II. Clark DO YOU SMOKE ? :Sunday: I..d. and are now snugly donilottttd and
I from basement to roof when the
F. A. F. and others
SOAPS-A large line will try harder to please you, and keep you left here Lotiley this, week A.to Morgan attend the Grand It so, go to the Rod Cross Pharmacy, I In their now homo on Hopklim work la tlnUhod l, )(r. Jordan says the,

arrive this week at the Red Cross f.r a regular customer. Masonic In Jacksonville Titusvlilo) and got a good cl I\r.1 street, recently purchased from Mrs 1\(. (hotel will be In hotter shape than It linn

harmao,. Titusville.Mr. OUR STOCK Is bristling with BARGAINS meeting Twenty-live brands to select from. A. Scilmgcoiir. They will make con- boon for many year. A now roof him
In every department. Shoes, -'.be weather Is again bright; and Hidornhlo Improvement In tho property,
J. If. Allen of Palmyra N. Y., -Mrs. ,Webster, wife of the Grand : been put on;, new carpets laid, room.
Gents' Furnishings ,Clothing, Rubber. warm after the late cool snap. Peopleare this week, cud Mr. Rath bun miys he Is I
ADVOCATE'S valued'! sub- Secretary of Freemasons of Florida, painted and papered, new chimneys,
? of the !, Goods, Millinery, Trunks, Furniture, again going around in their shirtsleeves proud' to be able to Call himself!f 1cltl
his been elected Commodorethe whose home Is In Jacksonville, has been water tanks, etc, erected, new range
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods-in fact; and doors and windows are zen of Tltusvlllo. Wo wulconm thesu
[ Halifax River 'Yacht Club, Day- enjoying a visit with }(r. and Mrs. T. T. Introduced, tho house painted front top
most anything you want. thrown open.Captain now residents to our town.
Wetmore this week. to bottom, wllli numerous other Improvements -
a. Yours for continued favors and
; service
and Mrs. Peter :Nelson, of ADDITIONAL) LOCALS will Imo found too niimorouh to mention.
Mr. J. VV. Ballantlne, a well-known JOHN. WALKER & CO., I -:Mr. J, C. Salter, the genial private
:Houth Tltu vllla, enjoyed a few days'visit on our 8th, page.Auxiliary. The cost of>hose vast Improvements will
of Summervllle N. J. Titiisville Fla. 'secretary of Mr. Henry M. Flagler, Is
Jrlage builder ,
in Jacksonville this week. Capt. probably be $23O1a1.>1> The majority of .
la town a short while last Friday ... Nelson attended the meeting of the again at Palm Beach for the suiiHon \! HoiiMclioitt the Improvements will baoomulototl this
:Mr.: and Airs Ballantine are Mr. C. I). doles, the assistant secretary,
jrnoon. Wanted, the address of L. D. Britt Grand Lodge of Freemasons while In week and to-morrow (Saturday) the
Is also at Palm 3each. For sale; or charter/ 40 ft. over all;
boding the winter "a>t Sliarpes.kANGES a furniture denlrr. Is probably somewhere the metropolis of Floilda. Hotel Indian River will open Its doors
10 ft. beam; 22 In. draft; well furnished
AND GRAPEFRUIT FOR on the East Coast SOrVKNIHUOXES OF KUMQUATS:::! for the reception of tourists. The hotel
-Mr. and Mis. Holman of Worcester, and In commission, $800.Gau. ( .
ale In any quantity by the Indian -The Palm Beach! Dally News Is Mass, are now at the Brock house, fur! sale by the Indian Hlver Fruit Co.. : A, KOWK U capable. of enter tILing fiX( ); It la. fitted
Uver Fruit Co. at Rookledge. "We at Rorkledge, Fla. !Made to roprtm- with electric lights, steam heat, elevator
In all
again out Its glory, and the Initial Enterprise, where they expect to stay a Daytona) F.la.
In nothing but fancy fruit." Slit a box of oranges and cnn bo went tomograph, olllce, private and public baths,
peal number, received at this office, la a month with friends, Mr. and Mrs.

-Mrs. T; Blake Walker, who has credit to the publishers and Lake Worth Price. From Enterprise they will\ goto by mall. Found. eto. A tlrwt-clasH orchestra will giro

la spending several weeks I In TltusBa and its progressive people. Titusville and Palm Beach Mr.J aid -The houee-boat, Wolverine, Capt. concert during/ tho day, and 1 billiards, N
A pluce to consign your VegetablesFruit bird shooting yaohlng etc. help
pool, ,
I with her parents! Capt. and Mrs. RANDALL & CRAIG CO., KIsslmraee Mrs. Holman say they are enjoying Gem H. Rowe bound for l Daytona: Kto. The Florida Produce Co., to while away the time. Mr. Jordan

ft. Prichard, will join her husband in Fla have for sale ,000 acres of good their stay In Enterprise very mucli. stopped here yesterday.; They hail of JackHonvlIle, will take care of your II I manager' of the famous Elboron hotel,
| Augustine to-muriow! to spend the orange land, located in lake region of BURNT LEATHER AND WOOD good Mesern.had' been S.as II.far Groeley south as and Stuart MacNamee, with consignments, and get highest market Klberon, N. Y., ,and we wish 'him every

Polk county Write them.21.2 prices. Returns remitted same day sold his
ter.Mrs -hand painted-handkerchief and and families, of Chlongo. success In new venture.
A. Treutler, a prominent res I- I -Dr. CJias. G. Weld, of boston, one glove boxes, mirrors, etc. A line display Soiul for Ntencll. Let, your shipments) The following hotels and boardinghouses ,

pt of Eau Gallic, was among the of Canaveral, Club's crack shots, who next week at the Red Cross Phar THE: PORTER PUODUCK; A COMmission come along to are open and. really to receive

l.iaant visitors to Titusville oa T ues- has been having Rood sport with the macy. Company of Jacksonville, Till KI.OHIIIA Pi-onucK Co., guests, as will bo seen by the display

and gave our odlce a call on ducks left for home on Tqesday. ThisIs which I Is Florida's, largest; and best "See ad." Jacksonville, HI In. on our 4th and 7th pages:

iiinesday. Mrs Treutler.: Is having a his second \lslt this season, and lie -Dr. J. U. Ross Is Improving la health fruit and produce house solicits your Florida jACKHONVir.I.K. I .
says a late; report. and we are pleased to deal Windsor hotel,
.00 barn and stable built on her may come down again He was called' consignments. They exclusively Duval hotel. *
bear it. The Doctor has been AMONG THE HOTELS
u Gallie property. borne owing to Illness In the family.Dr. seriously In fruits and produce, consequently Aragon hotel.Wostmoreland.
III for about two months with Inflammation -
are In a position to give your consignments hotel
>lt SALE-The famous Toquet Gaso- F. II. Hough ton, the dentist of the liver, but If no other compli- the attention they lle el've. The ADVOCATH Is on 11 lo nt ,all the New Travelers hotel

lee Marine Motor The best in the after spending a couple of weeks at Eau cations set In, we hope ere long, to nee GIVE THEM A TRIAL. :2U2UMr. !: :!r host hotels In Now York city New Wlndle hotel.Wolfe's \ '

lorld for launches and for auxiliary Gallic, has gone to Melbourne In Ills him out, basking in the warm sunshine. Where to stop along the Kast: Coast. Kuropoan/ hotel.
In 'draft.' postal honso-boat, Den ton. From Melbourne' Mrs. and Mrs. J. )F. Hathaway, of Sr. A UCJ tTM'rl:n:.
ise sailing Drop a Ills daughter F. M. Teirlll, of See list of hotels and boarding houses

ard to C. F..Norton, Cocoa. 21-1 he will go to Fort Pierce to attend to New Hartford, Conn., has attended him Boston, are again situated at the Hotel In lit, -1th and 7th pages. Me.Jlotlll\llllnnlla.(George hotel.

anything needed In 11114! II De. Dr. Houghton faithfully in his Illness, ; but she leaves Ormond, where Mr. na.thawILy-olle of .Florida IIOIISB.

-Mr. James Williamson,secretary and' Is accompanied by Mrs. Houghtonand for'home tomorrow (Saturday), muchto the principal. promoters of the auUirno- The Fort Pierce hotel, Fort Pierce, U. 'I'he Lyon Uulldliig.

|asurer for the George Ktssam & Co., Dr. Packson. the regret/ of her Titusville friend bile i races-may dally be noon busied now open, with Mr.\ A. K. McMullen( The Abbey. .i

York, was a passenger on last Fri. lioaa and will attend with the details, of the coming races In lessee and manager In full control. v !\IACISOLIA 1\1'/INnH.\ .
INDIAN RIVER FRUIT CO. OF Mrs. a nurse now
'i train, en route to Palm Beach and THE which he has so keen an interest.IF Remember the LaGrange Seminole Magnolia Springs hotel.
Dr. Ross.
Lotus Merrltts Inland, Fla., have a
d-nl for ashore while. Mr. Wllllain- I'ALA'rica.Graham .
YOU NEED f A HIOH-ORADE SEWIng and Narcissus' Cottages at Vest! Palm
and salesroomat -
branch office
I opened a -Mr. J. Lorillard Jr. nephew of the hotel.
Is a land owner on Indian River, and
Rend ads,
Beach) the
[ opert.
machine or attachment or are now
Rockledge Fla., where can buy
likes to the East Coast a you I' late Mr. Pierre Lorlllard, the millionaire DAYTONA.
aye pay needles, for machine. Write to F. on our 7th page. < I
It oranges and grapefruit In any quan- writes the editor of this paper from any The Grand. Atlantic

Philadelphia, as follows: "Enclose find O. Miller 410., W, Bay street, Jackson- On out 4th page will be found the ad.tt'the The Gables..
-Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Wi; Jerome of tity.Mrs. vine Fla. He sells everything the HKAHUKK/IK.
J. II. Judd, of Fayetteville, $1.50 for another year's subscription to Abbey hotel, St.: Augustine It
w London Conn. arrived here Mon. line 'at cut also a splendidline New Clarendon; Ion,
prices; 11111 home-like little hotel managedby
N. C., sister of Dr. Rollins has gone to the newsy ADVOCATE. Mrs. Lorlllard cosy ,
,and stopped with their friends, Mr. Palm Beach to spend a month or so. In and myself take great pleasure In read- of second-hand machines on hand, Mr. F. H. Ilaynen. The Seaside Inn.TirusviLLE MOODAM. .
Mrs. T. T. Wetrnore. Mrs. Jerome for a short time, at from $3.00 to 910.00()
the few weeks Mrs. Judd was In Tltusvllle ing your paper. I hope that we may, in Time Grand Atlantic hotel, Daytona, ,
Wednesday, for West Palm Beach, she gained 14-lba. in weight, and if the near future, be able to spend the Wa pay the freight. 241. '. whose ad. will be found on our 4th page The Hembler Cottage e
pend the wintei ; but Mr.Jerome will -Mr. H. T. Culver and wife, of Elyria, The )Feaster Home.
the same thing goes on at Palm l.'arb. winters In Titusville, amv.ng so nice a I. one of Daytooa's uu-to-date hotels
lain here a> couple) of weeks or so, to Ohio accompanied by their daughter MKiuirrr, I:
her North Carolina friends will hardly lot of frieud We will be pleased to managed: by James II. Johnson tfc Hon .
tall a 16 h, :p. Habsrouck motor In his recognize her when she'returns home. : have you visit us In our permanent home Mrs Francis II. Snow, relatives of Mrs.J. / Hlver View hotel.

fncli, which Is on Nelson's! ways. next summer" Mr. and Mrs. Lorillard S. Stewart and Mrs. Harry Wilson, Mr Waler I'. Hill, a former popular IIOCKLIGUUE.: I I
-Mrs. Geo. M.: Bobbins and little SOD, arrived In Titusville on Wednesday, chief clerk at Hotel Plaza and New Tho Plaza:: ,
and family spent part of last summer In
--Mr R. Parsons second vloe- Hotel Indian River .
W. returned lipme Sunday after
Charles, the
friend Mrs. :Mcllvane. lockledge Is now "holding
accompanied by a ,
sident Coast Titusville, and their many friends In New Itockledge hotel.
of the Florida East several t
visit of
noon, after a delightful ort" at The Itrenkcru Sea-
They are spending the winter in Florida, as manager ,
this section of Indian River regretted EAU OALME.: '
l way; and General Manager C. L. with her sister Mrs Gabriel
weeks ,
their return to Philadelphia. May they and left yesterday for Palm Uoach arid breeze Hotel Same and Cottages.MRMIOUHNB. .
era, of the Peninsular and Occidental Anthony, of Washington, Ga. ; and her
soon return. Miami. They will return In a few weeks Mrs. W. J.. Palmer of Hotel Magnolia, .
|imshlp Company recently paid ape parents Capt. and lira R. P. Paddlson, New Hotel Carleton.
to Tltuivllle for a more extended visit. .
to the dredges operating in the at Point Caswell, N. C. Mrs. Robbins Prophylactic tooth brushes, Dentifrice tit. Augustine' gave a pink tea lust Sun- The Bellevue ,I

And cut east: from Miami. Both reports having bad a very enjoyable New Mercerized Madras for waists. day afternoon to a number of her friends New! Brown house. .

Parson and Mr. Myers are greatlyrQsted time while away. Her many Titusville Easy reading Thermometers, 15 and 60o I>ance Notice. In the hotel The decorations were a roar riciiCK.: : '

in the deep water scheme, friends are glad to see her In town Window Curtain Scrlm.-white 7yno. Dance In Opera House, Titusville, feature Almond Hoarding house f '
WJl:14'r I-4L UKACII.
were greatly pleased! at the progress again. __________ Calendars half-price to close. next Wednesday; evening, Jan. I''tli.! Manager Horace It. Share, of the The Narcissus: Cottage. f fI
|li dredges i have made since they com- Chamois Skin ::10 and 35o.; Camphor. Titusville Orchestra will furnish muslo. Long f Acre hotel New York U the LaGraoge-Memlnole.

nced work.A Furnished Cottage.For FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, SHOES.CIIA.S. A cordial Invitation to all. Admission! : proud father of a bouncing 12 Ib daughter Pif.M Beitch. j

Rent, a five-room cottage, neatly A, GABOXEK: Titusville, Fla. f 1.00.) and hearty congratulations are In Hibiscus hotel.Furnishod I'.
Win ter Home. furnished; Immediate possesion. Nice order from his many Florida friends on t tAt

location In Titusville. For Sale or Charter. Plano Tuning., Indian Hirer.Hotel Cottage For: ICeiit,v t
73.0( <) will buy a beautiful location
| a winter home on celebrated Merritts Apply to Jri.ifs }LINE:, I I will be In Titusville to-day (Friday) Plaza, Rockledge, Mr. 8.: H. Harno Hotel and Cottagrs. Fully I"

nd, between Indian! and Banana rlv- Clothing' Store. Round bottom Cabin Launch, 32x7) or tomorrow, and will be prepared to i'eck, manager, U. looking quite> lively urnUhml kitchen, dining room, parlor
live Titusville, Fla. I foot! draws 24 Inches. Good, comfort. attend to my professional business of with so many guest In the' house The and bod-room.
; acreslmprved.( with fine fronton Address J. WATKIWH' LEE,
boat. For tuning, voicing and repairing pianos and with trees ,
able party particulars apply hotel Is surrounded orange ,
both Eau Oallle Fla.
rivers-frost protection. Launch For Sale. ,
rellent fishing and shooting. to J. E. VINCENT *; Co., organ for my patrons old and new. I loaded with golden fruit, and Manager 1,4 t Jteal "

particulars, C. BCCKMAJT. Launch 63 feet long by 10 foot beam, Titusville, Fla. will be found at the Sembler Cottage. Peck has a largo basketful of oranges ( Instate JlarjCahul. I j

Hogao St. Jacksonville, Fla. draught Inches, round bottom,31 foot All work guaranteed.- placed on the counter, free to guests I

glass cabin. Twin screw. Fitted for Milk Cow 'Wanted. ADoLr M. JAE/UJIC Hr, John II. Stetson, of New York lathe Nice 8-room cottage well ,

Ten Dollars Uewarrt. cruising party of twelve. Write for par- popular chief clerk at Hotel Plaza located, la Titusville . . .. $1200( (fHI .1 !lI

ticulars. J.* :E. VINCENT, :Fresh milk cow. Address, stating Orange Grove for Hale. this winter. 12: acre Land and Home, ii'' !

TI Titusville Fla. price. It. N. SIMMONS: Manhattan Orange-Grove Kockledxe, The New Rockledge hotel, ICockledge part set In Orange Trees, In "14t t,
.oat. last Saturday night from behind Eau Oallle . . . . . . . . 700 00 l.
11)1 Frontenac
Fla. FU. A fine full bearing managed by Mr. P. A. Shares I. doing !
house-boat orange grove t
Rosa :Marie on Indian Cash. 30
Cheap For acre Land nearly J" ri:
trees. A floe house furnished. New an excellent business, the ADVOCATE
er, a canvas-covered boat 10ft. long .
J Mile River Front (( mite
beam. launch! full cabin and com- Decorative Ferns, Palms I te. packing house, barn, etc. Reason for editor making note of the fact that there p".
: darken. A 33ft. ;
Double-ended painted north of Eau Oallle . .. . 400 00 !iH
plete equipment; perfect condition and i ielllojf: too much care and responsibility were l CO In. the house Haturdsy/ last. 20 acres River Front at ,'1

Finder will receive a reward of 10.00 now la commllaloD. Speed seven roile doting out my entire stock of Plantsat Enquire. for full particulars of Mrs. IL Among other amusements, there will be Hardeetllle . ... . ... ... 400'00 ;

pn delivery the boat at Peter Cell's Address Box 383, half price. Send for special price list. I Julius Smith, 'Rockledge, Fla., or 5J dance nearly every Saturday night. 2111 D. L. GAITLDEW: Agent, j'

fcoatwaTi, TltasvIlU Fla. I Jacksonville, Fla. 17-5 A- L. HATCH, Rockledge, Fl.. Montclair, Ave., Montclair, N.J. 21.13 These dance are very popular and well Tltusvllle Fla. :



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summer and winters in the'basemen ,
This ;year it blossomed and bore two .
1 small bunches of fruit. '. '
1 iN Cheltonl Is one of the new "mums," 1ro9 . I 1 '/ ,'." ,- ., .. ,;' < ;;,;.::-' ,./;
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a sport from the well known and favorite
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\.. {J'- ",/.d\,., :. Nelly Tockett. ,
, ;, I ; ", if'. .. Australian seedlings' that were so
(.'.. r-t. r', :,/ ..# much In evidence in chrysanthemums '
lot'"( .. (" last year, are likely to more than holt as yfe ., . ,
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'JJ. ,. i. !fllo..." their this r '
J ,........ .. J own Hcnson.
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The craze of the "guidon ornament"Is
PRICESTo in full awing in England: and people
who are able to afford to do so are
grow a large crop of irond polatoei,tin
.oil I mtiHt cotiLiin pkiuy 1 of PuURU. searching fur and wide for some piece
-In'1'onintocn.firl:( all\mclr vegelilllrS>nH.cnlltinKO.: remove turnip Inrvu,Quailli.tics Ii-IMlro:: I. of sculpture that fthnll' harmonize with I
ot uuah hum ale noil bupply the style of the /gardens, be they Elizabethan
Jacobean or of the Georgian

i' PotashJlh..lIy period A wise; man. of' old prayed to be delivered The F. E. C. Timecard

hy the use of fertlHur containing from the cnterplllars, and many R'y
'I nat leas than 10 per cent actual ixaHh.
Ju this have
} inter and more prufiubla! yiuldit arc luau tu people country probablyfelt
follow. like doing the same thing the past .
j Our pumphlrta are not advertising circuinrtbooming '
.,.erlall.rllhzer., but coulitn' vnlti.l season.
able l mliinnntioii; to Inrm.,.. bent Irea lot the Three
, aaluntf." NVnu tiow Tulips 111 pots do splendidly. .
GERMAN KALI WORKS of the bulbs In a five Inch pot filled
Now York- J Nas." +au Street or with goad garden soil will make a I V t' ,
Souili bond St.
Atlanta, Im.--nX
j beautiful cluster.A ,

--. .- - .- _. .......-- ......... chrysanthemum is the Lou Dillon that attracts which was attention . Tri-Weekly Sailings . .

t named by Mrs. Roosevelt lust year. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK ,, .

To Cure n Cold in One Day
Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
IA." New llyl.rl.I Veritable Giant. Take LAXATIVE BJCOMO QUINIJIH: Tab- Will in this
and lxtr; ..judx Decorutl lei II DrtiKKiHtB rotund the money if it The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service appear space
One of tho fluent gladiolus spectra of fails. to euro. IS. ,VV. love's signature

recent Introduction Is O. qunrtlnlunus/ In each box. 25o. Keel Cross Pharmacy.A The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. .. .

from the mountains of tropical Africa. Direct Service Between x I :: '. ::.,- : : ; .
Hvnl Hera.Ion .
r"'t ,
The type grows three or four feet high ;' .
and produces n spike of nix: to nine "' \ don't t believe ht{ divorce, then?" Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points- "
":>ill. dlrj; [I've got too much sportin'blond. -:
brilliant red anti yellow !blooms the ,
." (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
tipper wgrnentscurved over to form n 8UMI-VKKKLY SAILINGS / .
"V\\ bat has Unit to do with It?" southbound........................ .......... .....:.. ... .......... ..iroru i ewiii wharf. Am.wu n_____ .. : . ,. >
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1 Uflievo! In n light to the finish."- Northbound........... "." .. ...from toot of Catherine Street, Jacksonville 'r.7.' '
MlttClelphln Ledger.:, > ',. .
Clyde St. Johns River Line.

*too Reward *!00- ,(Deliury Line.) Next: : .Weep-
The readers of this paper will be
>leitHed to learn that there Is. at least Stopping at Palatka. ,Astor St. rranolK HaraHford (DeLand),and intermediate landings .
dreaded on the St.John's lUver. ,
one dUenae that science has
been able Anmenolng Tuesday, November 13. loot. .

to cure In all its sta fnnd "
that U. Catarrh. 11 all's Catarrh Cure is STEAl\1ERS"CITY OF.JAClCSONVILrJK"aiHlMFUI-> ." r ,
the only positive cure known to the medi Are appointed; to Ball as follows: Leave Jac.kHonvllle, dailv except 8nturduysat313Op.in.:
fraternity. Catarrh being' a constitutional Returning,leave. Hanford. ,tlully,except Sundays, at UJi: a. m.8..u .

disease, requires A constitutional -Boon'" 8CHEDULE. North. found . .' I

treatment Hull's Cmtairh Cure is taken Re..ct. down . .. .... .. ............ Reali .. ,' f.,' ': ., :'i ;:,::op. : .
Leave. a 311 p. tn ...... . .... .....J..ckK..vllle. .. Arrive 2 00 a. m. 09.
i Internally] noting directly upon the Leave 8 40 1'. iii .............................l'lll..tka.. ......... ................. Leave 8 co p. m. .: ,: .:
} blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- Leave 3 tai a. tn, ...................,...,.. Aster ...S 3f 1', m. .
tom, thereby destroying the foundation Leave 4 30 a. m.' ....... .St. Francis.. ........... ........... Leave 2110 p. In 4,, I
ot the disease Leave ..............,.....liereetord (Uel"aOI))...... ........._.......Leave 1'00 p. m. I .
and giving; the patient Arrive 830 a. m. ... ...................... SILnor.1..., ...' ......... ....... Leave 0 I SO a. to. .. ,.
trength by building up the constitution Arrive 10:00: a. m. ..........................Ente prl.e... ........................ Leave 10 00 a. IU. . qf ....' "'' '" ., ",
null ; .yrhx ;lf. ; : :, s
attesting nature in doing Its work. ( ;
TIcket OffIce I 122 W. St. JacksonvIlle. d . ..a I -
Gen'l Passenger and Bay '
TIle -
proprietors have so much faith In ".Ii! ;-\v\: ,... .': ' ; '
its curative powers that they offer One F. IRONMONGER,ju., AM t. Oen. Pa.. Aft. 122 Went Kay'St..Jacksonville Fla. ,' i it .
Hundred Dollars for any case it falls to W. a.0001'EkJr., Local Ji'rt.AKt. Jacksonville. G P. LDVKLL) !: Superlntandent. Jacksonville. e
cure. Send for list of testmonlals. oot Hogan St..Tackannvllle Fla.
A.O. HAaKRTT, Oen'l Kiist'n PI".. Agt.New York CLYI>B MILNR. Oen. Frt. Art.( New York. -
Address, F. J. CHENEY &\ CO., T1IKO. U. EnlK: & t'n.. Oeneral AI Rents.Clieaabrougb .
Toledo, O. Building ID State St.,Opposite Battery Park New York. .
r 3T Sold by Druggist, '5o. C. II. WAL.TOX.' Agent. TitiiHviilc, 1"11Atlantic \. ..
Hall's family rills are the best. _. -
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Jii.t HK- Aniprlrann.

A pt'(\iillur rpvclatlo.i: ; In regard to Coast LineThe .
.: rain travel In Japan Is that the peopleof R'y.

t A OIANT GLADIOLUS. vntloiM. dnsae, customarily politeIn .
their Intercourse with one another
liood. A fine variety named, Super bua and In their dealings with aliens, lose Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson Southern Railway
t early sense courtesy they sale Tuesdays Thursdays in November.TO ;
species and la displacing Its parent asa
enter u pusses; er car. When I first
garden plant (l. innrtlnlanus mijperbui ode in n first clans cur In Japan and TUB KAST.

; grows us high as six feet under aw several dainty Jnpunene women in Over its own rails to Savannah, Charleston, Richmond and Washington thence .
food cultivation anti has a longer gplke pretty; *!1ks stiitiding/ while JapnucHO VIA the Pennsylvania llailroad. to the
of better formed, flowers. It Is very men retuailled resolutely seated I could ,

:late lu blooming and cannot be relied nln.oit fnucy I was on an elevated TO TUB WEST North
on to develop its flowers before cold train in New York bound for Harlem The Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R.
:weather except under gluHu.: Harold Iloice in Cooklovers' Maga-
Several years ago we were able to sine TO TILE EAST VIA STKAMSIIIP.

liybrldUo this fine varietywith the .- .. --... Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Philadeldhia, Boa- South
Tory largo flowered Gladiolus! prlnceps. ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York, Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
Ono of the results of this cross la 't3vED and Merchants' "Anti Miners' Transporttaion Company for Baltimore -. ,
shown in the figure. my LIFE and Philadelphia.
: veritable giantof ITO I
1o} new hybrid-In n East
Its kind, as shown by comparisou KEY WEST: AND U.\.YANA. :

with the six foot rural grounds assist ; .That's what a prominent Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. f
ant standing near. It is big inevery -----------
-wny-in corm or bulb foliage/ flower '1rlLg Kist said of Scott's Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points ,:; and West
And seed capsule. The bloom spike ex-
'inulsioti a short time I ,
lends U three fret lit\ length as We \
lowers open. '130. As a rule we don't'ise MILHACK T1CKKTS.Interchangeable : .
rite: illustrated specimen had twen mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of among; the princi-
ty-Uvo blooms on tho main scope or or r'eterto testimonialsin pal railroads the southern states, are on Bale by the principal agents.

spike thirteen on one Bide spike and addressing:; the public) For reservations information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,
twelve on the other, thus making fifty : FRANK: O. I10YLSTON, Dlst. Pass. Agt. W. 1). HTARK, Trav. Puss. Agt.
blooms in nil. Five. to seven flowersare but the above remark and 138: West Bay bt., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.II. .

open at the Santo time each lasting similar i expressions are bl. EMEUSON. Traffic Manager.V.WILMINGTON, .N.J.C.OitAIU, Gea'l. Pass. Agent. Time Card Will- Appear Next Week.

several days, HO that the blooming _._ ._ _._
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period oC n single plant occupies two made so often in connection --- --

weeks or more. The tnilblets or cor- Kmulbiori Folders rates, etc., cheerfully upon appp icntlon.
withScotfs {
mcls nro numerous and larger than .S E.A.JBC: >.A.R.D: ,

:those of nny other variety we have that they arp worthy of -
Many of them bloom the first AIRLINE RAILWAY.FOR I ,
grown. occasional note. From ,.' .\ .
year if planted early and given room

increase for development; thus Insuring rapid infancy to old age Scott's .
ot stock.
Tito flowers are three or four inches Emulsion offers a reliable ,
JTO.. ULsTJjSXSL Dist. J'as8. Agt.
Across, well finished for a species hybrid means of remedying im- SAVANNAH, COLU.MIJI.CAMD'ES') SOUTHERN PINES, RICHMOND, ,
t nnd In color from
range bright
scarlet to dark crimson, all with deep proper and weak development WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

yellow throat and occasional mark .
restoring lost flesh
ings. The hooded form of Superbus Is . Two Trains '
Elegant Dally . .
greatly modified in the hybrid, and and vitality, and repairingwaste. .. .

the result is ns brilliant and showy as The action of Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail.
I could be Imagined.In .
foliage and habit this new hybrid Scott's Emulsion is no MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.:

Is; most leaves imposing.ore decorative The massive weeks upright before - more of a secret than the ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to :New Orleans. ... .-- - .- .. '"
the blooms nppear and retain their composition of the Emulsion -

fine blooming appearance season until runs hard from frost.late The Au. itself. What it doesit For: full information and\ sleeper reservations call on any Agent : Mallory Lines

Seaboard,or writeA.
gust until October, thus furnishing excellent does through nourishment
spikes for cutting after other O. MAcDONELL; Asat. Oen. Tass. Agt. S. C. DOTLSTON, Pass. Agt. -
kinds are gone. -the kind of nourish- JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ,

use For in garden later decoration null florists' ment that cannot be ob- -- --. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
summer and autumn we ---
are confident this new giant gladiolus tained in ordinary food. BO YEARS
4 is EXPERIENCE -Largest and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast
an important
acquisition concludes
I Rural New Yorker In culling attention No system is too weak or LEAHONEYANDTAR -NO OVERCROWDING

1 to this fine flower. delicate to retain Scott's IMPORTANT STATEROOMSJARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED tlj

Emulsion and ships, M no tickets will be sold'to exceed: the number of berg
x Where the Ch*.tnut Thrlrr. good or the seating capacity of Dining -Halls, thus insuring all passengers in d.idlll I
The chestnut tree will thrive on al.most from it. service and attention.
any soil not too wet, but its favorite TRADE MARK
location Is on a light veil drained W will lend you a Prevents Serious Results DESIGNS
gravelly! loam. It does f fret.B .
t so 'well on heavy clay as on succeed low .sure that thli ptetuTf In th. From a Cold. ,Anvn'n.l sending......"''n "lIr.ketch opinion and free... whether antIOn.etrlet1Vrnntld.netp.i ..,. (See Schedule of Ships la Florida Times-Union;

land. It doest very well on the rocky, of form...of ry A buttle.label lion ol Cmultton the wrapper,_ Remember the name HANOBOOK Commanlra."pil.'Si. on Pa'enttr.
hilly soil on the New England.hills; in bur.ti : taken m:;SJh bur.orunuap.tenta.: LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH,
locations where few other valuable e Folly's Hong and Tar. Insist ......4411ca", without charm la tb.Co. receive Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

trees can be grown to perfection.Horticultural l L: ,SCOTT & BOWNE upon having the genuine. Scientific Hmcrican.elT FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
Chemists .Thr. .1.! .. SIC, BOO, "..00Prep.red .
I A. llln.tral...l _I ir. Tjknmt. <'I...
Mo<*.. :- 409 Purl St., N. Y. only by relation of any icKntma loura.l. '' Through tickets Bold to all northern polnta. For fall information regtrdWiraction. '
all monthaL 4 .531ilSi .
A St. Louts woman has a BI .year-old Poly Company Chicago. & Co.381": offered by no other Unei; diagrams, reserTatlns, tickets, etc., apply"
banana plant which she sets out L -a. SOc. Juki $1; all IIrllibb. Red Cross New York ARTHUR f1r'
!1 W
Pharmacy .. list PIE Flor
1 ar.oak ulna F 81.Wa.Mil.uiI Do Ti Passenger Agent, 21* West Bay Sreet JicksoDillIe,


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INDSOR HOTEL . Florida House ST. : :: .


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;, \.C" .4'-1''' : J/ ;: This popular house Is centrally located:
.'. :,' .,' F," l, t .:-A,. :ij i it M? _- INDIAN RIVER
I '"-............. -..\\1\1-'*..')",V-- ,', ' ,. ' eluding STEAM HEAT, and more i !: ,
<. -. than any other hotel In town. : :
" ,..?_1 a'ta.t ... ' ; day. i:: a9EI: ]MzLlr1.::: D"'Lt11,
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1'1" '''''-'' .
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1 Casino Bowling Alleys Etc.

I s JD s.nrnrrrrr i Hotel St George ST. lA.. SHARES, Proprietor. t

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Elevator. Steam. heat. Private baths,

+ L $3 per day. Send Hotel MKItlUTT: FLORIDA.
t ,
!fi> 1"Tt4iSji _.... .................... .--+it". *e**f** fjJDGE M. II. .MONTGOMERY, of
tt High( Crntiud overlooking the IS'UI.\X KIVKK. Surrounded
Owner and '
trei>H and I a IMN'R KOKKbT.! :: Highest, lloultlilai-f, ])r'cKt Spot I in
h ,.. __ _ ___ h_ __ _
Electric Light, Baths" Sulphur Swimming( 1',1. Flailing, lloatlnjj
l .1 LATIC.The :
Cinnio Ihtimnny place In taw Mate llooklot.

W. M. ILYHU1T( rropttotor. .

Graham Hotel .


Opposite PORt Office and Ofllces of / /

VAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE FLA. Only Llrlclc! Hotel in the City, : ;\ and Cottages, J:.\U OALLIE, KLA.

No Better Place In the City Porters
Eau; Onlllo and Indian Rivers.. Two miles from the mouth of the
'" Ulvpr. lfn"urpiin"ed Puck Shooting and flailing.. The Hotel
/ are elegantly} fimiltdu'd. Krct'stono, und SulphurVator.. Raton,
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repahed and re : $:t.">0 pat| nay; upeclul by the week or month CtotiagrM: / completely
OM> SKAltKKKXK, ( for families. J. WAT KINS: l.KK.. <; .
novated. Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted . .. ." -- -
) ::; : 111'r4iIfU1tN1: :. ,
The Seaside Inn
Rates $2.50"per day and up. '
1 ., .' Carleton ,

B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. In now open for the winter Reason, County.
situated hiulT the INDIAN KIVKK.}:
IIORACE F. STEWART. Ilnndnome on a high overlooking
leach the hotel In modern In nil Its ) rind Rtlll suit water buttling. Hunting and Fishing. Sanitary
ant rooms overlooking( the ocoaii and hi n#, fuiuace-huat nntl frim-Ughr. Rarest I $3: per day amid tip.

: N. O'NEAL The surf bathing/ Is unexcelled. Toinis ] : by the wvok.. IMvalo ll.itha.

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: winter ri'Hoit) (>n high\ pine land, overlooking Indian Jllv. ARAGON HOTEL THE CLARENDON ([ ) $;j und t upward' pur day Mpnoliil rates jn'r week or season > iWrlto
for rate to- ,, "
On the beautiful East Count 110 miles [. (JA Il'J1Er..L. ]U. W. OAMPflKLL: ,' .
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.It by the addition 1 or one hundred new rooms nil Manager. Proprietor. .
hot and cold 1 running water In each room. ..
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Is open on the American plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards glas front dinning-toom.l00>< feet In length ) :
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed now second to none in the city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassed ern Union Telegraph and Uooldover'H library ,I County.
in the l South.: Rooms with private bath, :$.t per day and upwards. tra. Dancing( Howling 'Tennis liillnrds and Located, on New lluvmi Avenue, l Fine View of Indian Itlvcr
Garage, skillful mechanics, nud appnrAtfus' Creek Good Hunting and KUhlng./ Open the year KouD: l.
Buy tickets F. E. C. Ry. to Daytona. The ( : ) $::1) per day Special: hy the wtmk.G1CO..
[ESTMORELAND; HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE gage checked direct front Hotel. For rates, \ M. UROWN! Proprietor.
The Seabreeze Fl.i.
FLA. dress Clarenilon :
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E. L. POTTER, 1'ioprletor.
American .. I"OWI' PII'Ht.a: :. .
plan. Centrally located. Just built and
open -- -- - .. .
; Y L'O;
ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All .
,,,.. hoaid nt rpiiHruinljIn+ ", cnn bo Mfuurod at the Almond Private
street card pass the door. Rates .$2.00 to $2.i O per day. The Gables ,\ Hoimo, Only one liltn-k 'hem. clopot. A nice place for people of
YLA.'t moans. Favorite 1I..lIlIlIlIlo\'lIull.\ ... of Nut. Pierce.J. .
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.e .
OPEN FOR THE :: : ) . I). ALMOND.: )

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Located on Volusin Avenue, one block (
New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE: FLA. half blocks from Railroad: Station. | WIST: PAI4l' UBACn.:
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Sunny, Comfortable Rooms, Single; or .
-On the American and European Plan- .
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant TABLE UNEXCELLED '
family home. Rates: American Plan, $3.00: and $2.CO; European: SOcts Cottages MARION nnd. CORNELIA.NurclxHiis : .
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. l
II. W, HANCOCK, Proprietor.he '.. Strottt, West Palm Beach, Fla.
beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs Is under the . |2 CO( to $:J i.CO nor day Special! rates by the week.
lame management. on Lake Worth with Attractive view of the I'alm Roaah shorn
Sembler Cottage airy rooms. Electric( lights, hot and cold baths, and nil modern
.. Tnhlo sorvloo the best Small children not taken.*

W Hotel WMle JACKSONVILLE; FLORIDA. Open All the Year. J). HOSKINSON, West Palm Bench, lie.III'ACII. .
10 East Forsyth Street. RTMSOYA :

Center of City; cool, alp ...2 j; Oret-clase In all appointments. The best Two doors .from F. E. C. / PAJ.lU 1
MI(.' --- -- -
$2 to $2.50 American plan home In the city. Open all the year. European

plan, $1 per day, one person: Free bus from" trains and steamships, Near FEASTER HOME ' : Club Cafe. 4

all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. I Corner
First-claws Table Qocd, Sunny (Incorporated)
by the week <
) EUROPEAN H'OTEL Corner Bridge and Bay Stieeta. 1 MRS. J. N. l I OPEN JANUARY 15TH.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Rooms MRS.: ground of Hotel Royal Polnolann, Palm Beach, on the north.

-- COcts, 73cts and 1.00

! A first-class Restaurant In Connection. --UOCln- -----:-- Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours.

J. H. WO :FK, Manager.LFE'S ..............................
First-class Chef, Cuisine and Service. ,

TEL DESOTOI Under new managoriient. American and European; I _&:.; L.A.iii.A. i o22 to :3VEoaaa."lDors: : :: Only .

Re-furnished. Located. received for Dinner Parties of any number At all hours.
Plan. Centrally I X.Oo1 ..1ac1gio, INDIAN :
I (Formerly Geneva) -Rates: COcts. to $2.50; per day- + - __ -- .'
: "TiIE' nA T- i
.. : RESORT I.
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0 Royal Polnclana on Lake 'Worth. ICatcs $2 per dray: $10 per
MAGNOLIA SI'IUNCS. : A handsome modern hotel located on the i upward. Most popular up-to-ilute, and best table South.: .
In the midst of an $O)-acre bearing orange: / ". new throughout, electilo lights, baths hoe water supply.' t,
suites with bath: filtered rainwater;
ZEHZotol:: ; of (J[<;O. C. LaGRANGE
Magnolia: Spric.gs: : in Rockledge; Kant: Coast Hallway depot In management ,.
Liberal and Hotel LaGrnngo, 4CU-I11 West 67th St., New Yotk-
(St. Johns River) MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA. s to the guests. management \

I 2S! mlllos south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y, and river steamers. : .
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam )heat. Elevator. Electrlo Lights. Pure Summer Resort-THE. NEW Ii-10J.J.c1.n. .1.
Golf Links Tennis -Lt'&uln"| r0 i>rt ul the Ureut J.ukr Don01 .:
Spring Water. Dry Climate. Nc mOKlultoes.Vellkept : PnJ.n:1: : ;
Fehing'Shooting.) Two swimming pools and baths. $1 per day: ; special e.....................e....... ,
weekly rates O. D. SEAVEY: Owner and Manager. situated on r.RkoVorth., among the cocoanut trees.. Fire t
MAGNOLIA INN now open. *:3 per day. walk from railroad Ktatlon.. For excellence of culslnn. nml' Rervloe ,
Peninsular and Occidental l I. without a peer among the moderate price hotel. of Florida. ;,I
ST ;
MII>1VINTKIt: '; t
Subject to change and Individual fIf4TJOIU:. N. c. "
fort Tuiupu-Key. AV > \s

otel Magnolia ,,'. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. Effective:/ tram Port(TouchlnK Tampa.at Klit..tie, t !I'
... ... 1HLTMOUK:, N. C. ,
I.vl'ortTampa. Sun,Tiie Tliurs. II :4O pin T.v & th Inn '
Ar Key Went.. .. ..Mori, wed rrl..... SuMpiu Ar h.- ; r ( "
J.y K..W.llt..Jlfon. Wed Krl... .. 8.MIpm Lr k' NEAR IUCVIMK. <'l'f'r t ,
Arllavana..M.....TnIeThanS.t..ea0aa Ar &' > ,
'''_t-ll..... '
Mlmnl-Krjr .ii'
(Touching ttt K'"; .
Elective! from Miami, iria., ..lllni .! I'',
Lvlllaml..I'I..nd..Th".day.] f 9i naia Lv < EIHJAH; II. MOORS Proprietor. f' i
NOW OPEN Arhay Went ..Mun'I.)'./.ChONd.'..lO.-OOpni Ar .
Lr. Key Went..Bimd.iy. ..Tlmrmlaj. *.ll "Hlpm Lvh. - -
Ar Havana M' Mlnml-NaiMKU NIW: YOUic. I

/ KITectly from Miami, 1''..' rl...
PALMER & MacDOWELL. LvMlamI..Mopday.Thnrsdays..11J] \ pm f... v"" I
. Ar>;uuau. .. .Tuwid.y., t'rlilay . .... 3UOpm At \ > Marlborough :
YttectivefromIhmivia.: M ' !
f.v Miami' .....Mon. Wed l, FrL.3 too pin IT ' f
ArN..-.an .Tu..,-Jhun r bat .. .. SdUam Ar ,
I16utDln6Ol.AITNO EJl'eetlylt frotu MUml Fla.) .T!, I i
Iroad) "way, 3(5Hi( and 37th Street, New York. : ,
Lv Miami .....Tbumlay l: Opm I.. >'i i I
At """.'''11.. ......" ..'..it...,............ 6:30. Ai \ 200 bath ruoro Lighted( entirely. : with electric light: A flnt- ''jfj't :
Tbln Mrrlca will clam, for the n.aon with salll, : I - hotel, centrally located. Conducted OT Amovloan and Euro. '
ST.OfORJP'! sTREETS ..L,. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA :S7OJ: ,andfromNwraagar ,"l.. 'l .., and U managed under the personal uipervUlon of the Hweenej- I t j
POSTOFFICB.n" PLAZA fine roomI well C L.1\I'ERS. Mjr. r. )i. JOLLY, T. >' Hotel Co. Jt:. )1. TIEUNKY, Mana er. '
:Moat .. Strletly 6eproof. Slaty JACKSO.NVILJ.i:- v
.ntr.ll..tao. In the city. !
furnl.heL Itoome out,. Open Yovember" to ....D.. .tddre..S above..t. i
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********.******************************************* ADDITIONAL LOCALS. I ARTHUR D. PENNEY. WINSTON S. BRANNINQ.

=*= *: -;-WRITE US FOR PRICES- : , PEN-NEy:: :: ::: c.Z $:RA.NN2NG::: : ,

I [J Attorney Oeo. M. Robbins, who ha

:: We guarantee ourWATCHES :tI been attending Court for about two GENTS' FURNISHING HOUSE
-- tomorrow
weeks or so, l Is expected home ,

or Sunday. F"J.orl.d.n.: :

I I -Capt. dec G Gleason, of St. Augustine TJ't'U.s"V'.t.J.1e, -

was a pleasant visitor at the ADvoCATE ((1W! : ocl.1r.I:(
O 3 '
ys office, yesterday lie returned to =OUR LEADERS= '

St. Augustine on the 1:32; train the rame:

;t 1 /l u"a; o/l/ ( ) .: day. CR0 SE1T

.JKWKMCHS H.: IMI'QRTIItM: -r -:Mrs. L. II. Brace and daughter; rdEJ
"',,111111111 and J""III .11 W l St. JnckHonville Fla. the
\ Hay Miss Laura, came down from Haul-
"',\TCII EM. :: :t
All SHiii.lanl :Make. -Our 11)0- Catalogue mailed on request itf : over, yesterday, to get supplies for her
pngo :3
"''''''y. It.., t...... )to husband's camp.' Mr. A. Ii, :Shaver Edwin Clapp Shoes s SHOE o
****************************************************. and others also came down to Titusville.If ,. ,

are In need of a motor, why not Crossctt Shoes
::E1... X.,. MO L.O W I EAST COAST CHAUTAUQUA'AT give the you Hasbrouck Motor a trial ?' This "1'1' AIES LiE ft $.

.,. MELBOURNE. Is clal mod to be one of the best motors on '
Manhattan Shirts WALK } :
the market, and Mi. Uenj. \V. Jerome t 'A1ASY" e ,

The managers of this assembly are of West Palm Beach, Is the state agent. TKAJJK )
working very hard. to make the session I
E. & 'V. Collars
which l In now HO near, splendid success; -Mrs. E. D. Langworthy, the Interesting ,
------ - Whey have secured : and! attractive! wife of Mr. Lan There's a lot of

i I of some tile services of the worthy, owner and proprietor of the Kiiox Hats, satisfaction in a -

most prominent Ridgewood, Daytona, will spend her shoe which, after months'

I speakers and mu- time; this Benson at the hotel. Mrs.Langworthy''s Stetson Hats a wear, needs only polish to
Hlclans of "
t the A- presence will be an added look like new.

tnorlcan Thero' will platform.bo araie attraction to the social life of the house. L. y

treat for all And the
-Mr: William Messer arrived-in TItusvlllJ -
>> who attend. ,
The "talent" Isl i on Friday afternoon last; and

etn..eiI the beat that appear was behind the counter of J. K. Walker Queen QnalitjShoes

MIC.] IIARKY T. at the greatestChautauquasof- & Co., on Saturday, where he will be

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, ItUTTKItWOKTH. found In the future. Mr. E. C. Long for the Ladies.
the North a n d
Ales, Stout, Etc. will leave next week, for White Springs,
and there I III
Wear, nono better.
,By Send me your orders I ITITUSVILLE Alt this costs money, and we hope where he has accepted a position with

and CJUOA, FLORIDA. that our people of tho East Const will Camp Bros., of that place.
--------. -, show that they can appreciate such high You will find at our store a complete line]\ of up-to-date OUR :SPRING and SUMMER SAMPLES have !luq
class entertainers by attending all the -18.;""3 was the lucky number that won GENTS' FUlDlI IIIG::;. Every article new'and the very been received. Call'and be convinced that if
East Coast Meat P Market meetings and entertalninentn. the new dress suit case at Kline's dry latest style. The above articles mentioned, sufficient said,
We as all our customers know that we sail the very best that doubt, we have the finest line ever shown in Titmvilltl
sent foods store. Through an error, two money can buy. ond all others will be convinced when OVER ONE THOUSAND SAMPLES to select frail

O. F. DUREN, Agent, pictures pre-I. numbers of 18r;>."> were given out-one purchasing from us. All goods marked In. plain. figures ; We make Art Tailor-Made I
two of held by Mrs. J. A. Collins and the Our Motto: tl'lctly One Price to All." :Send: In your I':, a specialty High <0'1 lotliinj i

'Sc: ::!3C' entertainersbeing- other by J. D. Ennls, of Tltusville. Inconsequence orders-having a complete stock we can make prompt ; Our Mr. OsNeal is an expert i in this line. We guar.iuleti.j

yVa I of this, Mr. Kline had to shipment the day the order is received. [ perfect fit, and the latest style.
Mr. -
t C'LC Harry each winner dress suit T
N give case. --- .
T, 1J -
x W u tcr-
wroth, the + L. Messrs. Freeman and Coulter of
It Cyty well known PENNEY:: :: : 'ING:::
'F r:2 Pblladelphllbave been bringing In lots &:, ::se.._:.._ :: ,
Basso and
*= ; +
-- Minn MabelWallace of quail of late, much to the pleasureof

themselves and friends. On Tuesday The Gent's Furnishing House,

;'dd .K y who 1 will sopleaaeall Mr. Freeman brought Into Titus- rJ."j "I."villc, I:1-'lorjdn.:

:;:- t Hie twenty-live quail and two beautiful
who bear' +
; ,
tI- her, that a specimens of the eagle. The eagles - ------- ---- -- - - -- --- - ----------- -- - - -
they will w have been shipped to Philadelphia to be WEDDING IN TITUSVILLE.Last ....... .... ... ........ .................... ..
TITU8VILLE, FLORIDA. want to .,, 1 *
I mounted, and to assist In adorning the
I hear her + Most Complete: Line :
a .5 . ;
N home of Mr. Freeman.A Sunday afternoon an ADVOCATE .
gain. reporter noticed quite a number of .
people SHOWN IN
Robbins & Graham Co. I Tbe lion. telegram from Washington says getting oil the 1';30) northbound train :

Lou Beau that Mr. K. Hudson Burr, of Dade from City I'olnt, and wondered 'vhat all DIAMONDS champ, the county, a member of the Florida rall- the excltment was about. Quite number I SOLID GOLD JEWELRY :STERLING SILVER TABLE- :
(Incorporated) most celebrated f'y road commission, and representing the of Tltusville folks met the crowd at '. GOLD FILLED JEWELRY, J WARE. .
PAID UP CAPITAL .2:>,000.00 tern ; LNa the train, and judging from the pleased STERLING SILVER! NOVELTIES: SILVER-PLATED WARE .
peranoelecturer railroad commissions of thirty states, expression of their faces, the aforesaid
Thlsoompany owns on read to the house Interstate commerce reporter was ready to bet his hat against J the finest line of Sterling Sliver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever i

the platform + committee a resolution adopted by the a wad of chewing; gum that there was tobe shown in Titusville.. i
H -A- ILT :3D: S
will\ today It Iv esoveralB national convention of state commiaslon- a nuptial knot tied somewhere in our J: ,e> eSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO !MAIL ORDERS. i
a the Indian River Country; On the St. vicinity. This surmise proved later toe
1 )1IISNMA1tei..e'ALLACE. ere, Indorsing proper legislation and > correct, when Judge A. D. Penneywas J G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla,
Lucle River at New River and Bay musing Instructive lectures.
; OU authorizing the Interstate commission seen wending; his to the resl-
The Lotus Glee Club and several oth- The convention deuce of Mr. Andrew way Canova, In south ****************************A-********************
Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. to fix rates. did not
ere will furnish music that will\ be hardto .
advocate bill. 'itisville, where he, In a few well chosenwords -- -

Send for Land List. The aurpasa.Teachers Institute Work, by Dr. any particular united In the bonds of wedlock, E. L ::SE. .D & ::seo.::
Offices at Tltusville and Miami, Fla. PURE GUAVA JELLY FOR SALE Mr. II. E. Zipperer and Miss Tamsey :, ,
Bible wll be the bunt of Its kind
very ,
Herndon two ofUlty
popular people
by the Indian River Fruit! Co. at -DEALERS IN
and entertaining and Instructive to pea Point. The happy couple left im w ,

FOR SALE.. pIe who are not engaged in teaching. Rockledge, Fla.BUSINESS. mediately for their home at Frontenac, GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCE
No of the ,
thinking man or woman where they will reside for the present.
:Ear: Coast can afford to stay away from CHANGE.The The ADVOCATE: extends congratulations We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZES!I
Over 1,000 acres on Indian River, Fla. the Ell Coast Cbau tanql1l'at Melbourne. and best. wishes for. long: life of con- We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all coins|
LAND nubial bllfs.WRECK ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
BUILDING LOTS, WILD people of Tltugvllle were surprised E. L. BRADY & DRO.
CHANGE A GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, THE AUTOMOBILE RACES. on Monday last, to learn that Mr. W.E. ,
I. Goldsmith had sold his grocery business NEAR PALM BEACH. -- .. -
PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, to Messrs. Andy Wagoner and S.
There will be big time at Ormondand p5
J. Norton who will continue the business

-$;; "to $1,000 PER ACKE- Daytona next week, for nil U in at Its present site under the firm Mr. Ed. .Bud low, Brlllsh i viceconsulat OQ=
to health will sell readiness for the Krone motor racing
Owing poor Jacksonville
name of Wagoner A Co. was a passenger on -Dealer In- .
tournament to be held Ormond Bench.
Any quantity desired, cheap, on easy at and The grocery run by Mr. Norton, onMain 'uesday's southbound train, en route to
terms. Rare opportunity for profitable Florida, beginning on the January week.:2.1: The ; street, will be clawed and the goods the scene of the wreck of an Italian STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT A Am
continuing throughout
moved to the new store. bark Manna and Gnecco, of Genoa, w hich
Investment. program ranged for the occasion and The new tlrm of Wagoner" Co needsno went ashore about six miles south of PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
JAS. HOLMES, the many entries received assure the introduction to the people of TltusIlle Palm Beach on Sunday. The ship oar- TITUSVILLE ., .. -. FLORIDA.
H-12t Jensen, Fla.( success of the meeting which will bo as Mr. Norton has been In the gro led a crew of fourteen men. and a cargo -
---- the third held over the famous wave- ery business here for some years, and of 7 oono feet of lumber, and was on
swept course, one of the grandest'and Mr. Wagoner used to be In business hereIn her way from Pensacola to Buenos
fastest. stretches In the world for the Wm R. Walker
Bros. The said have
Hodgson fleet and drivers. "ye palmy days. \yrea. crew are to been
Mr. W. E. Goldsmith expects to goo aved, but the vessel is on the beacha -
The races at Oi'mond-Daytona will be Fort Pierce In about a month, and total wreck. She is broken amidshipand -- Dealer In -
more Interesting than
year will open a grocery store at that place. the masts broken oil. The com.
Marino Railway. foro. This la due to the great number The many filends of !Mr. and Mrs Gold- mander was Capt. Pedro Musante. Staple a/m-d. Irls of entries. In fact much Interesthas
smith will regret to see them leave Tliusville -
General Merchants and Ship ChaD ..Special Facilities.. merits of the various machines that their new Hold of labor. FIVE O'CLOCK TEA.A '
several bookmakers have decided to =ay, Grain aI-- e"eed.
I For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing make a trip to Ormond, where they will
Yachts and Launches. lay prices on the different racing events. THE COMING RACES. five o'clock tea occurred at the homeof Your Patronage Sollclted-

Mlsesusie: GladwIn, of Tltusville on TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Mention the ADVOCATE when writing. Thursday afternoon of this week given
FREEMASONRY.Last The great motors will ;
come togetherat
by Miss Gladwin In honor of Mrs. W. P.
1 ,Diytona-Ormond" next week, as well Webster, of Jacksonville\ and Mrs. T. T. TITUS'TTIIaL LeIVLRY STd.I3LE'
J. L. MOBLEY as the amateur and
Friday night, at Indian River professional kings. Vetmore, of this place. T-venty-flve
Lodge No. DO, F. & A. M., there was Never before has such an aggregation of guests; were present and partook of the
TITUSVILLE, Ff.A., extra business to attend to, which kent foreIgn cars been entered. In one meeting dainty refreshments prepared for the occasion FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORS

Contracts for alt kinds of Painting, Kalsomlniog the members In the Lodge-room until beat amateur and their drivers owners in represent this the and this event was unanimously

Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging midnight. and There country oted one of the most enjoyable of the .,.STABLES... ; BUGGIES,
the After the usual routine business had Europe, are any number of season.
at reasonable
consistent with good workmanship. been attended to, Judge A. D. Penneywas ninety-horsepower machines, more than BAGGAGE N SURF2t
brought forward to take his first tea foreign machines being entered by

All Work on the East Coast degree In Masonry, and he tackled the as many Americans. The Old .Blacksmith Sliop. TRANSFER TURNOUTS'HAULING 'I
goat with considerable skill coming; out Of the ten there are seven Mercedes, fa and
of the victorious and without their owners being William K. Vanderbilt -
fray a
Especially SolicitedLet : scratch to show his wife what an ordealhe Jr., E. R. Thomas, II. L. Bowden All kinds of Dlack mlthlng and Wagon ETC. = ..all kinds.
me know what you want and get:( my had passed through.Mr. S. B. Stevens, It. M. Shanley, James L. York; tires shrunk without cutting-a
estimate on it. Prompt attention C.; K. Sistrunk was next introduced Jreeso and James L. Barry. The othersare wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and a.. M. OsbAn,
given to all work. to the I.od
and Junior Stewards, C. U. Walton and Napier.Do epalrlng. Do not be led astray. Cometo .. ._
the old --
.NNNN...NNNN W. U. Sanders, and by the time he had not fall to see these grand, races shop. - -- -
+ ridden the goat for his second degree, on one of the finest beaches In the J. D. ENNIS, Tltusville, Fla. INDIAN RIVER
: E. Vesey Hall, : It was close upon midnight. world. ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
The Lodge then decided to close before
: Georgiana Fla. :I FLA. j
the electric lights were turned off. CHURCH NOTICES. Ie
prepared to furnish Ice In attend!
any quantity-Sacked loose. Special
i | Bout Builder. I The good on attendance this occasion.of members was very HASBROUCKMOTOR. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing is my motto. '

Rev. Cbas. D. Burrows,of Jamestown, T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
*ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.o n. I., will hold services and preach in -='-"

Write for Estimates GROWING PINEAPPLES. St. Marks Church, Cocoa, on Sunday .
next, 22nd )net. Service will begin at The
' .NNNNNNNNr 11 a. m.Services. STARTS EASIER, RUNS STEADIER, Titnsvillle Blacksmith Shop
Mr. W. W. Cantwell. of St. Paul. '. GIVES ,
Minn., a few years since, purchased at the Titusville Raptlst EFFICIENCY
from Mr. McCnrty. of Kid red, the next church, on Sunday, January :2.2nd, at and uses O. B. STEELE, Proprietor.All .
r place north, and employed him to clear 11 .a. m., and 7 p. m. The Lords Supper LESS GASOLINE kinds of Blacksmltb by
and done
will be held at the close of the morning HorsePower Engine Boiler Work will be
and plant a portion of It In citrus trees per
and the Homeseeker.He ervice. Sunday school at 10 a. m. than other experienced workmen.
__ pineapples, says any Engine made.
) has now eight aor a In pineapples. HOWARD B. GIBIIOXS Pastor., We continually demonstrate this. --Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-
The acreage nan been Increased from
year to year. Last season from three DEDICATION. A bicycle, gun and...
1 Ol acres of the older setting Mr. McCarty The new St. Paul's M. E. church Eau Commercial sizes 8 to 300 Horse Power. G-0z10rn1.: :
shipped elzht hundred crates. Although Gallls, Fla., will be dedicated :ou'nday, Special 20 Light High Speed sizes from Et.opa,1.r: ShOP

JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY! Mr. Cantwell has paid Mr. McCarty for January 3_>, 1005, at 10)0::) a. m. Rev. to 250 Horse Power. will be operated in connection with the Blacksmith and Machine :Shop
caring for the place It has been a moneymaker Dr. J. 4. Manker, editor of the Methodist
HANNEBR05J l l from the time U began to Advocate-Journal, Knoxville Tenn., Benj. W. Jerome -SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
i bear. Many of the citrus trees, although will\ conduct the ceremonies and preach /
but four :years old, are heavily loaded fie ",11preach\ at Melbourne In the evenleg. STATE AGENT, T..tI.JU: : : wvoaaTa: : FFXC:1:
JOB C::>
with fruit of the finest quality. WEST PALM

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