Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00383
 Material Information
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 27, 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: VID00383
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, T1II3 LAItOn 1IH1CK STOICi Kline's Clothing; and l>ry -\-i'nlson has boon filily: plentlfu Not It's'. ,nt.. time Knit Ploioo hotel?, either going

Goods" Store. in Tltusville\ thin week. Home huntersaro south or noitli. Read the ad. on our 7th

Sil Topic of General Interest.hen J. K. WALKER &; CO., lut'ky enough to kill deer vel''bly look on pogo 1 S 1, and 1'1'11,1I't'lHII'Y' pntro.Mr..

TITUS VILLE. FLA. Men's All-Wool Underwear, In medium =fake note of the now a.l. of the A nmllllln ",J. The next L h Haydon. proprietor of the Florida

you subscribe for the ADVO- Are bettor prepared to supply your or heavy weight, shirts !and drawers Floildi Motor Co, on our !8th+ page tiling to do-Mind In your oidur. Having hoist, wear a happy smile, for he Is

E by the year, It docs not cost you wants than ever before 'fe are now to .itch all sizes worth : ) the Alto complete stock, wo can: make
Included. m fl.O,1 t lie motor ad. of Goo. I.:. Wallaceon doing an excellent business, and things
o cents per week, postage especially 'strong on Men's Clothing havIng shipment, receiving goods
: sumo
suit ;
; special, $2.40.: ( page 4.Mr. around .tho hoiiso look gay: and bright.
J. Sembler of this place, was added, within the past two weeks, We nil I day: order rt>ool veil
ifr. A. also places on sale: 500 pairs ofMen'lI Miss Nellie Hiiyden" is an able assistant
a full lino of Mcllwaine -; E.: N. Ilngglnn, of )Poland
Ormond- Knight & Co.'sEagle I'KoonalIu.ooll'iIJ: |
attended ,
those who Trousers neat nod 1111
ng very designs, to her father; and Mr. Loon Wyllle *
Brand Clothing than which Springs, Me., Is again I\t'rho Breakers, Genie House
this week.Mr. no ,
automobile races entirely Uterus tu
tomb: new I p ranging price the position of chief clerk
Palm Beloh'I'lth' his mother. lie U
better is manufactured. Suits Tltusvlllrt Kloilda.Mr.
In .
range from $1 I DO ; ) ,
to *V)0.
and Mrs. E( J. A. Drennen, of price from $.j.OO to $2J.Ol: We have also Our one of the old 1 timers l'ull1UOich.. Tlio St. George Hotel, St. Augustine,
and Overcoats will be
tin's Ferry, O, arrived In town on added in Men's Pants, the best line sold at Clothing Cost, and In some Instances lean PURL GUAVA JELLY FOR SALK: -: anti! Mrs. Wm. Ii(. MoFailnndhave I l lie entertaining n hu number of guests,
day en route to the Dummitt or- boon the automobile und tho prospects are very blight for a
In enjoying rncm
America, made by the "Pants King"of than cost. by the Indian River Fruit Co at
this week. good season. The St.: lounge has boon
grove. the world Mall Orders receive prompt attention Jtockledge, Kin.Mrs. much I since ]last and
attend the John very Imp..ovo,1 your,
Do not forget to OUR SIIOES "Star Brand"
Bannia. JULIUS KI.INB: -Mr. R. B. Hiidden bookkeeper In
at the t ( T. Blako Walker, after spending everything looks exceptionally, neat and
mpson entertainment Opera ters, Try Die Lennox, etc., etc., need no Tltusville, Fla. the Indian River State Hank, has secured I
several weeks Tlrtisvi'lc with her
clean. The bookings are quite largo,
e, Tltusville\ on Monday evening introduction. No hot air; they ale It. n suite of rooms In tho Corwln house
parents, Capt. and 1 Mrs. Janice Pi'Itchml and l Mrs. M. B. Montgomery: )proprietorof
OUR DRY GOODS STOCK, Is replete Mrs. J. D. Price the wife and! with his wife are occupying the sumo ;
popular \
1, loft .for St. Augustine; on Sunday the hotel ; and hor nephew, ManagerW.
SALE-The famous) Toquet Oaso- with the Benson's best, and the prices of one of themalll\pel.lIofHoteIOl.lIIond.; afternoon( ]last BURNT LKATHKR AND WOOD goods I 1) Htiostls, aro buoy people those
best In the we are offering now, will surprise )'ou. Is
o Marina Motor. The said to be making quite a record at
-Mr. A. LeCompte, the genial and -hand J painted A beautiful selection days
brld for launches and for auxiliaryIn We have received to-day and have on hauling In fish
hustling representative of the New York of hand mirrors, glove and handkoi- The al'tllollihotel, M. Augustine,
stilling\ draft. Drop a postal display, the largest and best line of
-Mr. and Mrs Chas. M[. Ileublin, of Ilernld, was n pleasant caller at this office chief boxes, etc.f on displaynt the Rod whoso nd. appears on our 7th page, Is AM!
F. Norton Cocoa. 21-1 OVERALLS, ever shown in Tltusvllle,
rd to :Seabreozi, are still\ hauling In the fish, on Wednesday.! He was on his wayto Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvlllo.Mrs. popular n* over, and a large number of
We also have
the advance styles In
Mr. Joseph Jefferson's electric Gentlemen's down-to the-minute IIATb much to their delight. Their many Palm" Beach and Miami.. -: Goo. M. Robbins and NfastorRufill tourists art staying there. This hotel I h.

cheg,Warren and Marlon, have been they are "swell." ; lends i will regret to ]learn that: they expect SOUVENIR BOXES OF KUMQUATSfor Robbtns, ]left for abiue l: thlamorning managed, by those woll-kuown northern

for the at Palm Beach to soon leave for Alabama. hotel proprietors Messrs Palmer& Mao-
up season, to the automobile races. ,
We received yesterday, another lot of sale by the Indian River Fruit Co., BOO
the veteran actor Is now seeking his Mr. Chns. II. Walton! will leave here today Dowelt, and they are ably assisted by
LADIES' PRESS: SKIRTS. These DO YOU SMOKE: ? at Kockledge, Fla. Made to represent

rate fishing places. skirts are, without question, the best If so, go to the Red Cross Pharmacy, a box of oranges and can be sent for the scone of the racer, and. will\ Mr. J, G. Hogg, cblof room clork, who

:Mrs' S. B. Walker, aunt of Mr. Jno. ever offered at the prices we have on Tltusvllle, and get a good cigar by mail.Mr. make his headquarters at Hotel Ormond. manages the Oxford, hotel, N. J., during
tho Mr. .1. N. Mauco cashier
talker of this arrived Twenty-five brands to select] from. summer; ;
place, them.
C. E. Long, who has held the position Large orders for ADVOOATKB are !Mr W. f.. Palmer, front clerk; and Mr.
from Newburne, Y. C., to 1"rld\Y'I' OUR FURNITURE /STOCK Is never of head-saloHmitn 11 coming Into Ibis olllco work.
-Capt. M. E English; of the Florida with John every L ''. Tonne, night clerk
winter. Mr. Walker has neglected, Hud we are now prepared to Extract Works, Tltusville, has been Walker & Co., for tho past year, l left on Among other orders Mr. Goo. C. I.u-

aunt In 13 years, and he Is giving herd meet any competition. We pay the transferred: to the Florid Extract Worksat Tuesday, for Illtfli Springs, where ho Orange( of Wostl'aliu lloacli, orders 1(0( '('hit Impetus given to Seabreeze, Fla.,

welcome. freight on ail orders of $j.OO or over. Miami, where he Is In charge; of the has. accepted 1 a> l'ollltl"1with Camp Bros. extra coplvs of the l EAr: COAST AnvoOAVK ,- activities since the Claiendon under Dr.Potter's .

-:Mr. Edgar .\. Freeman ]left here on SPECIAL CLOSING our PRICEon pan. Mr. G. W. Haufoid has taken' his 'Hie place made, vacant by his departure: : of( this Issue. As an adviullslngnu'dtuni push and energy, ban been enlarged

ird'ty last to join his wife at Hotel broken suits In Boy's Clothing place In Titusville. Is n>>w being ably filled l by Mr. Wm. I It Is ]hard to beat and boniitlflod, has pnrmeatod

owood, Daytona and to see the Come and see what we have to offer MesHor.Mr. I every line of trade, commercial and
ORANGES AND GRAPEFRUIT FOR HAULOVER artistic and a very noticeable Improvement -
mobile races. \Mr Coulter joinedand You ra for continued favors and service, sale in any quantity by the Indian -: B. W. Carrier, of Boston, slirprlsod Is manifested. Property U ohang-

Mrs. Freeman on :Monday, and JOHN. R. WALKER & CO"Tlttlsvllle River Fruit Co., at Rocklodae. "We Ills tinny Ormond friends by appearing Tlio F C. L. C.I\; T. O0.'s diDdgo. iug hands, and scarcely a day" passes
reed, to the :Sembler yester: Is working at the Itaulover Canal l
cottage, ,
FI:,. deal In nothing but fancy fruit. among thotii Monday! having between Mosquito Lugoon and Indian that a lot 111 I n )t sold, or a liouso bogun.

-Mr.V.. R. Carter: the genial] and coma south to see the automobiles races. River, whole Who will remove the very Given another, year of like prosperity

-:'Ill'. E, F Cooley, of Lansing, Mich., -See the well-known comedian, John whole-souled editor of the Jacksonville He return home next week to escort. shout parts In time to, allow launches and wo will\ show our nol hbol'lI over

been busily engaged since ]last week, Thompson, at the Opera house, Tltus Metropolis, was observed lln Daytona on Ills wife west, to attend, hU. son's wed which urn pooling to attend the races the river that] they are not the whole
head to Aftor this Is
at Palm ,
log his fine auxiliary launch, ville, Monday next. Admission : COo., Monday, hiving around In his fine auto ding Tuny will then return home, packup done, chic will\ drop back pass. and finish the "shooting IIII\toh.- tI\breozo.

eenah, in readiness for a cruise ton 35c.; and 23c. at Penney &; Biaiining's. mobile. The ADVOOATK editor was not nail all the family will leave for the cut to a duplli of live foot, 11111 I sixty ..otwldo. Manager Robt. Murray, of Limo Hotel
Beach and Miami. Mr. Conley Is Hotel Ormond' to spend the remainder. Tills will be gladly welcomed" by
impanied( by his two diughteis. }[r.ley's TOILET SOAPS-The ]largest line on far behind. of the winterMr. all who have: launches and sailboats, ]Ponce do Leon, St. Augustine, Is a follower ]

the East Coast at prices to suit every- -Miss Rose ",igelowdeughter of Dr. who aid' going to Palm 1 touch via, the of tho great Lord Chostorflold, for
launch has been Kelson'ss
Tltiisville: since last winter.on bQdy. New stock, At the Red Cross and Mrs. J. M Dixon, left here, Saturday -: T. B. WillIes, of Wullesloy Ilaulovcr Canal ho gives; all his friends, and visitors to

Heights; near Boston, was a .pleasant the hotel a right royal greeting and, by-
Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.Mr. last, for Now Smyrna: to spend l a /:
': PORTEH PRODUCE A; COM- few days with her cousins, ere leavingfor 0,11..1't t thin ollluu yesterday. Mr. It cud Thu New York llonihl tho-way, HO does his blight' and charming
lisslon Nelson Sayler, one of Cincin Wiiiles has rented the residence. of Mr.
Jacksonville [ Mr.
Company, of Jacksonville, where she will remain While In Florida. sister, Mrs. Fletcher Murray
hick Is Florida's largest and best nati's prominent attorneys, accompanied I permanently D. II. Prlclmrd, In South Tltusville. for has, over 200 guests In the !house, and he

nit and produce house, solicits your by his accomplished daughter, Miss six months, and although Mis. Walles It contains exclusive] reports from all does, his best to hold them. He know

nslgnrnents. They deal exoluslvely Edith, Is expected In Daytona this or IF YOU :NEED A HIGH-GRADE SEW- his only been here n few weeks, she Is the Winter Resorts ; Automobile, and how to ma n ago business" successfully.Mr. .

fruits and produce, consequently next week Ing machine or parts, attachments or much Improved In health. Miss Wai Ions Society News, ;' Latest Market !Reports Murray Is ably assisted by Mr. W.

needles for machine. Write to F, also In the Mr. Walton Is and all the pews of the busy world.
an en-
J. chief clerk Mr. J. V.
Join a position to give your consign -Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gardner, of Boston Fleming, room ;
Beats O. :Miller\ 419, W. Day street, Jackson, ; thusiastic hunter. Adventures of Buster Brown In tho New Wilson cashier and otlmrs
the attention deserve.
they who are visiting their son, Mr. 1
vllle Fla." lie sells everything In,the York Sunday Herald., -,1/-7; :/
1 VE THEM: A TRIAL. 22-20: Charles A. Gardner, and wife In Titus- Randall] & Craig Co., a firm of Hotel Alcazar: Ht. Augustine, U doingan
line at cut prices; alto, a splendidline I
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob vllle, were pleasant callers at 'this officeon photographers, have rented the 'vacant excellent tourist business, us usual,
: Friday, piomin- of second-hand machines on hand, I AMONG THE HOTELS.
residents Monday afternoon, accompanied by : lot on Julia Street, Tltimvljlo, recently and the editor, of this paper took note
of Pa at
Pittaburg are
for short time, at from #3,(0 to $1001) -
Mrs. Charles A. GardnerDr. purchased by the Masons, adjoining that the hotel register on Saturday last,
I / ; ,
Alcazar, St. Augustine, for an In We the freight 2J.4Mrs. The ADVOOATK In on file at all tl e
pay II residence of Fischer and will this. the history of former winters
ite period. They are accompanied J, Marion DIxon and wife ]left I Capt. bed hotels In Now York city. ropnatod ; .
: F. M. Terrill after spending : week tlieroon. and time Is "Still Thin
their accomplished and attractive on the train this morning for Jackson open up a gallery They cry they come.
about six weeks here, waiting upon her are up-todate photographers 'and will The Lyon Building, St. Augustine, Is I.> very gratifying to the management" ,
: married Mrs. O. A. F. their
g : daughter, ville where they will\ make future
i father, Dr. J. B. Ross, who Is III with make pictures In all the ]latest styles, well ],atmnlzo.1 this winter; and so alto who will do all they c.in to make It pleasant
berg, who Is an enthusiastic horse- homo. Their many friends, all op and
I abcess on the liver, left for her home In and have all necessary modern appli- III the Ahhay. for their guests. Mr. J. P. G reaves" ,
rider. Mr. Friday Is a large gov down the Indian River, regret to see
'New Hartford, Conn., ]last Saturday. On ances for the PUrl'O"The firm will Where to stop along/ the Kast: Coast. who has successfully managed the Alcazar -
lent contractor, and he and his wife these good people leave, but wish them
1\ very genial couple. much success In their new ]location. Tuesday, I>.s. Rollins and Hughlett per be l ready for business, by Monday next, See list of hotels and boarding houseson for many' yours, Is again In commend -

formed a successful operation\ upon Dr. and will lii pleased, to have you call and lilt, ,Ith and 7th pages. and In as popular with the travelIng -

-:-Mr W. D. Mussendnn and daughter; TUB INDIAN RIVER FRUIT CO OF Jons[ and up to the time of going to compare their work with the best.: All public as ever. lIe 1 III ably: assistedby .'
All those East: Coast hotels advertised I
Baxter, of Bath, Me., uncle ando Lotus,. Merrltts Island, Fla., have press[ we are pleased to learn that the finishings\ are made] In (.I"U no. Mil genial chief room clerk, Mr. ASA
In this are said to be doing a(00.1
of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, opened a branch office and salesroom doctor Is getting along nicely] paper, Loomls, who U a general favorite with
Tako note of the hotel
-An enjoyable] up-to-date performance biiHlniH I
arrive In Titusville In a week or so. at Rock ledge, Fla., where you can buy the traveling public; Mr. J. G. Sweeney
Chariot II. Walton, proprietor of of modern minstrelsy In. promised ads. on pages 'I, 0 and 7 pagox.Mumpers. .
Mussenden has never visited Titus- oranges and grapefruit In any quan- cashier; Mr. W. A. Watson front clerk;
the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle to those who attend tbe entertainments
but Mrs. Daxter has been here on tity. ; S. II. Pock, of Hotel Plazt: : Mr W. It. Shaw, night clerk ; Mr. I.. M. I I
host of friends all ] the
who has
a along given by Gorton's! Minstrels this season.
ral occasions with her late mother- Kockledge, sod C. It. Knappe, of the floomerpriv11teboakkeeper' ; Mr. A. M.
-Cap. Geo. E. Andrews has been a East Coast, Is enjoying a visit at the The abilities of really. capable preform
ing her grandmother, Mrs. M. P. Clarendon Hnabrof-zw: were receiving Taylor superintendent of Casino, ; Mrs.\
busy man for some weeks bast, for he Alcazar with his old friend, Mr. and ers will\ render enjoyable a program ,
bios of South Tltusville. from friend In St. Augustine .
greetings J. 0'
E. Twomblay houso-kqcpur;
has his fleet of Royal Poinciana ]launches Mrs. F. J. Pilling, of Chicago, and Miss which In less efficient hands would ,
the /first of the week. steward 1\f. Keardon head
Thirty-seven consecutive seasons all ready for this season. There are Bessie CampbuII, of Minneapolis,. Minn. prove dull and uninteresting. Great Connor, ; ,

tltute the record of Gorton's M In- nineteen boats In the fleet this year, Including Mr. Walton ]leave here for tbe automobile care has been exercised by the management Messrs. Anderson A Price, the popular porter. Mr. n, L. Mereadanta\ In leaderof

18, which is undoubtedly the longest fourteen electrics two naphtha, races at Ormond, where he will In selecting only the very best performers managers of Hotel Ormond, have the fine orchestra. There were about .

"d for which any similar organlz- two auxiliaries and the cruising launch, stay a couple of days or so. St. Augustine and our patrons can be assuredof been at their wits end this week, to COO people In the Casino on Saturday

n has existed under one rnanaget. Kathleen.Mr. Record-That well-known society a thoroughly refined and pleasing know where to place all who applied for night, to witness the water sports) and

During this long period ( tbe F. J. Pilling and his charmingand paper, Tile Tatter, referring ,to tbe entertainment. The Minstrels'will, ap- admission to their palatial hotel. Taj to take lor wan part a busy In the man dance In consequence; and Supt

rary of this famous company has ex- popular young wife, of Chicago, above party,* says: Mrs. F. J. Pilling, pear at Tltusvllle, on Wednesday' Feb. One of the cosy, home-Ilka places to

'led to nearly every city of 1m. who spent a'week or so In Tltusvllle last who Is at the Alcaztr] for the winter lat AdmUston: Reserved seats, |1.0/ ; stay on Merrltt Island, is at the cottageof rnllllletl Cottages I'or Kent, a

ance throughout the country, and winter, are at Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine with her husband a strikingly; band- general, admission, .lets.; ; children, !Mrs. A. H. Humphry, Indlanola,

ton's name has become wellknownhe where they will\ remain all this some brunette, who Is greatly admired. IIOct ., at Penney A; Brannlng's. known as. the "Oak Cottage." Good flAt
Harno Hotel and Cottages. Fully
amusement ]loving public. Merllous season. They are delighted with the Mr. Pilling Is fine looking! and'their cooking and the best of attention. Read furnlsliMd kitchen, dining room, parlor 'I t I''

performances at all times have Alcazar and Its management, and are niece Is a pretty, vivacious young lady. Auxiliary Hoiicl>oat the ad. on 7th page. aud bod-rooms. '

"the secret of success with this perfectly] satUfled to remain at that far- Dlack: Germantown, also colors] Information received at thl office tellsus Address, J. WATKINS LEE, .'
For sale or charter. ojft./ over all]; Eau Uullle, Fla. I
Pany. They will appear at Titus- famed hostelry throughout the winter. Maple Chopping Bowls] 33 and 40o. that Mr. Simeon Lelanci!, former
]10 ft. beam ; 2J: in draft; well furnished .
c, on Wednesday, Feb. let Ad- Mr. and Mrs. Pilling Is accompanied by Cup, Saucer and Plato Sets, 33o and In corn mission. $800.Gco. popular chief room clerk at Hotel I'once' Real Estate Unrgnlll" I j

-ion: Reserved seats, 91.00. ; general their handsome and bright young niece, Tea Dell -Drlp I'ass. : A. ROWE de Leon, St. Augustine/ I is now with the f jt

nlsslon\ 75cts.; ; children SOcts., at Miss Bessie Campbell, of )Minneapolis Gas Ignition Dry Batteries. Kla. Florida East Coast Hotel Co, 2(3, Fifth I
Daytona, Nice 8room well I
uey &; Brannlng's. Minn., who will\ also spend the winterat Edison Batteries and Renewals. avenue, New York; and Mr. Fletcher cottage,
]located, In Tltunvllle, , . . $1200 00 t
the Alcarar.] FURNITURE, DRY GOODS, 5110 ES.: DnUols, the eastern passenger agent; of I
Orange Grove for Hale.] .
A Winter Home. 12 acres Land and House, ,
CUAS. A. GABDEII, Tltusvllle Fla.] the Florida East Coast Railway Is In
part set In Orange Tree, In
T.'xXOO beautiful Launch For Sale. Manhattan Orange Grove Rockled:; the: same o Jce. "
will ]location ,
buy a Kan Gallle . . . . 700 00
a winter home on celebrated Merrltts ror Sale or Charter. FU. A fine orange groye, full bearing Take note of the new ad.] of the Fort" 3'') acres Land, nearly U' .

id, between Indian and Banana eta Launch 53 feet long by 10 foot beam, trees. A fine bouse, furnished New Pierce[ hotel Fort Pierce, Fla., managedby Mile River Front, 0 mile of

;; five acres Improved, with fine front draught Inches, round bottom,31 foot Round bottom Cabin Launch, 3Jx7:.! |' packing house, barn, etc. Reason for Mr. A. K. McMullen.: This U a very north of Eau Oartie, . . 400 00 .)

on both rivers-frost protection. glass cabin. Twin screw. Fitted for feet, draws 24 Inches. Good comfortable selling: too roach care and responsibility. cosy up-to-date hoteland, one of the best 20 acres River Front at I .: i

clIent fishing and shooting cruising party of twelve. Write for par party boat.' For particulars applyto Enquire for full particulars] of Mrs II. places to stay If you are fond of fi.hlnll. HardeeTillo 0100 00 -

'"tlcnlars, C. Bock::to n, ticular.] J. E. VIXCEXT J. E. YIXCEITT: &; Co., Julius Smith, Rock ledge, Fla., or ' Agent, t

'logan St. Jacksonville Fla. Tltnsvllle, 71*. Tltusvllle, Fla. Ave., Montclair, K. J. UM3:: cuisine U excellent. Do not fall to stop, Tltusville Fie] .1





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: Free, and discontinuing I the use of our coxes that 110'19 Patent Leather !. Made called_' The G eo. H. Fernald I 'Hardware Co

there la no one word. In till English WOMEN'S NEGLECTSUFFERINGTHESUREPENALTY Japanned leather generally ,

Accepted '/ Masons. IimguriKe (such as "blilldlll'''''" or "clel1t111411" patent leather, was first made In Amer- S :nXorc1: :: F1.c>x'ic1i.:
q',4 first
t1nl,1t l
f1) ) signifying the cOllJlIf'fllulence lea. A smooth, glazed
The leather -
Indian -. No. 00 condition undoubtedly cxNts and in Indeed Is curried expressly for this purpose AGENTS FOR--rWALTER

_, .' ;;!ff'' .. not uncommon as a sequela of Health Thus Lost Is Restored by Lydle and particular care is taken to keep It
River :, ), Titusville, some dlxeanen.: E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound. as free as possible from grease.

': :, [t Is true that we tnnv claim a superiority skins are then tacked on frames and ACME HARROWS, CLARK'S CUTAWAY HARROW..
Lodge. \ \ Florida. to the brute reatlon In the How many women do you know who coated with a composition of linseed ,

Hold ltd montiiiKh the mtnoml and fourth Friday range of our susceptibility to various are perfectly well and strong! ? \Vo oil and umber in the proportion of }o'. W. DEVOE'S :MIXED PAINTS. ELLWOOD STEEL WIRE FKNK( ;
, of "a<:h month n*. their room, Indian River hear every day the same stor'. over andover eighteen gallons of oil to five of um- .
odors for the cnriilviiin seem to be
Hotel Titus at 7:30 o'clock
; 'tlln : p. in. again. "I do not feel well ; I am then
M. 8. Ham, Worohl"flll'MtAlr." quite Insensible to the scent of plants ao tired all the time l"I ber boiled until nearly
F.A. Morgan Sonlor Wanlen., nnd flowers while the herblvora pay mixed with spirits of turpentine to the aohl.J:1o: : : Shops,
F. A. Lonluy Junior, Warden. la also -
J. M. "ixon1'roaaurer. little attention to iinlinnl odors exceptfor proper consistency. Lampblack
is applied Plumbing: : : Tin: : : ..antiMetal I
" J. t'arnirliurn. Snurotary. the purpose of detecting the approach ar'- added when the composition II
J. Jt. Walker, Honlor !Uwtmin.OT. I
and body
K. KnicltHti, Junior "","'011. of enemies. Hut we nro cer- a t d.'nli'.I In order to give color ; "VV o .l-
O. It. Walton Senior Kt w"rl., tainly Inferior to them lu nculcnoHS, nt; I From three to four coats of this are I
A. A. Stewart .tunlnr Steward.M. ':
substance to receive -
A. Htewmrt, Tylir.Win. nil events w C of the civilized races although necessary to form a
McPurlaml, Manila thPI'JII'In" to be no reason the varnish. They are laid on Everything in Builders' Hardware

why this 'siMiHe should not be cultivated with a knife or scraper. To render: .

'OKDKK OF KASTKItN: S'rAlt mind its cdldcriey re-enforced by deliberate the good soft and pliant each coat WRITE FOR PRICES-

1 Frlenilnlilp Olmplor, No. 1l,holds Its maotlng trim" hilug. This view Is supported must be very light and thoroughlydried a
Inrlia MiMoiiln" Ledge room' Tir.iiHvllln. on the by the fact that men born deaf after each nppllcntlon. A thin,. - -..".
Drue end I third' Tunml.ijs In enuh mouth ut TifW: ..r
of the same
i p. m. Tile following are the Ulcers of tliu nod dumb mid blind have been known coat is afterward applied
Chapter: : to develop thejr latent powers of smellto composition of proper consistency' to .

Mice| Kate Stewart' W. M, I, u pitch of perfection quite unintelligible g he put on with a brush and with suffl Southern
'F. A. Morgan, W. r. Railway
Mix F. A. Morgan, AtmoHjue !M. to ordinary, immortals'e use Y clent lampblack boiled In it to makou

Mr.. II. 1C. WIlHon Bniirotiiry.Mm. ' spectacles to assist the eyesight, ear perfect blnck. When thoroughlydry .
.. .
I. Kllnu, Tiuiiniirnr.Mm.
.J J\(. l>/lxon. UniiiliiotrwM.MlHH trumpets and artificial ear druma to it is cut down with n scraper having -
] C'I.thel.tll"I'I"UI Associate Con. correct deafness; why should not ..MirateAfcJonald turned\ edges, when It is ready tp
]JMlHH JOHHllI Sanders, Klltll.
Mrs flo.V.l'lnllhle., Ada l science supply us with some handy Instrument varnish. The principal varnish used la

", Mr....T. 1M Cnrrutliarii, IXIartlia.Mr . that would, stimulate the olfactory More than 1 likely you speak the same made of linseed oil and russian blue Three Trains Daily Two Trains DailyTO
M. A. :
M... 1, ")l. II. Walton. Warder of ellluvla There nre ninny ways In far from well. The cause may be eat>ily It is reduced with spirits of turpentineto 1 -

.r..T. It.M.I Walker>lxonH, AUmlial."ntln..l. which such an addition to our physical traced to some derangement of the female a suitable consistency to work -witha Washington and New York Cincinnati and Chicago

" 1 J. L>, C'urril Churn, Chaplain.. (and mental) equipment' might be useful orffiins which manifests itself in brush and then applied In two or

u __ __ .. for the hose has the one cardinal depression of spirits reluctance to go three separate coats which are scraped "Southern' 1'alm Lhnl......" ChlcHRo and Florida ,
anywhere do Siierlnl'1Florida
or anything,
I I ndvnntagc over the eyes lu that It Is' bearing-down pains, flatulency backache, nerv. und pumiced until the leather per- "New York and Florida Express: ." .. "

THE'Tt11NG quite Independent of light. After nil ousnesssleeplessnessleucorrhtea.These fectly filled and smooth. "\Va"lilncton and Florida Limited." Limited

even the range of vision may be outdistanced symptoms are but warningsthat -

by that of smell. If It be true there Is danger ahead, and unless JIns Stood the Test t';; Ycnrs.! -
O. for thnt the islands of heeded life of
A Instance Spice suffering or a serious ---
GIIOVB'B Tasteless -
The old ,
IN TSE ( the Indian archipelago are to be distinguished operation is the inevitable result. original T" Wanlilnirtnn X" 301 No. ::12. No. 30 To CIII'tt..n..ol\'o. CJnrlnXi.: r. :>
, SFr )l far out at sea long before they The never-failingremedy for all these' Chill Tonic. You know what you are i and New Pork Express N.Y.*"'. Llin'cl 1'alm W.Llin'cl& F. call and UiU-Hffo. i iii Jr"". F udJ1pueu0

DY CAT } % JIBlfJ S Ss Imvo, been sighted from the lookout. symptoms is Lydia 1'inltharu's Veg ticking. It Is iron and quinine Iu a tAiteles \ t.vRt Augustine.... .. 7-ao i'1ICcT
According to Humboldt tho Peruvian etable Compound.Miss fill m'u cure no pay, 50cts. at the Lv JiickHonvllle . . 0 :Uflam I 1'J !i 11 um 7 Bflpin vJackaunvllle .....-... .. .. .. .. jimum' l I 1 15\ .
Kate McDonald, of \Vood bridge, Ar Washington .. .... II 41niu 10 II\.m Mipiu/ Oliattanooga..... .. .. .. .... 12 .''Itinu" ti.
I, Indians on the darkest night cannot N. J., writes : lied Cross Pharmacy: Titiisvl'lle Fla.! Ar New York.... Iflpm 4 l.'lpm: 6 :30amXo Ar Cincinnati....... ... .. .. 7 ",an" u. ,

r I -' *'*{yT :-' only perceive the approach of j\ stranger Dear Mrs Pinkham : 34-"New York anti Florida Kxpress," ArChicaKo. ........ .... .... .. :. 1111'101,,,, (,'-'

while still fur distant' but can I think that a woman n/iturally/ dislikes to Job l riutiilK.. JatJy. No. /-Chicago and Plorlda 8i.>p, ml neq
even tell whether he Is n negro or nn make her troubles known to the public but No. :1)2) -"The Southern's 1'alni Limited.," Daily except R..n
Indian or a Kuropenu. The Arabs of reHtoroil health has meant no much to me that o not forgot the fact that nt the AnD I except ivo. :ail Suutlay_"The Washington and Florida Liin No No.1.1 I M:--'Tlie"The Florida.' Limited.Limited l.,"''"'dell t,all 1 lit

t the desert are said to, smell fire thirtyor of I cannot other Buffering hemp from women."For telling.mine for the sake. VOCATIC office, Tliusville, we do job fired," Daily. __ I through; Pullman SlBejilncCar, to .\ lima 3K'rill,.
minghiun Memphis and Kansas
I. forty miles I nwny. Tho Indian of a long time I flul1'ero1nlo1<1 agony! printing of all kind, neatly, cheaply and IM,>.-30,' flu;
North America, certnluly uses his ..nosein with a uterine trouble and irri'KularitleB' expel I llions1% LetierlleadsNotehende' To Ashevllle and Clnolunntl. Night| -N.. ,ft Xi.-*"
which made mn a physical wreck and no one milhcmds, Envelopes, Tags!, nnd I all other 1 '1'rl: In. To Alken nab Angu ra. I'uli.i. Night
t. the pursuit of game nnd Major Ol'n41'1I1 thought; I would recover but Lydiiv E.Tink- Iv fit AuBUHtine .... ..... ...... .. ..."? Tinpm I I.lin'd Tram.
ihuleu-1'Invell strongly recommended .... .. .... .... ...... .. . ,
6 ham'n Vegetable Compound liai entirely Jacksonville 7 MpmArAshevllIn 1 Lv St. AiiKiiHtine; .. . ... 11 Main: laps;
... ...
: the practice to white men in cured me, and made me well and strong ana .. .. .... .... .. .. .. . .. .. 1 Blpm/ I LvJ..k8onvIl18..I SOnm -
W/E.SWOOPE" ........ .. .. .. .... ...... .. .. . SSpu
I feel it to.tell othpr A r Hot Springs 2 371'''' Lv Savannah ..... .. .. .. 4 iMpin 1.'61f'11
his treatise! on scouting. What a Biileniliil my/ duty medicine it I.suffering.." women Cincinnati .... .. .... .. .. .. ? .. .. . H 111I.111No. ArBlurkvlllo. .. 7 agno, ui..
i. "- -- --- ----! lint It l 114 not only "savages! and uncivilised 30 Dallv. PullniBii D.l\wtl1JU..mn BntretSleeping Kluckville. 8ir.ini. 4 ,ivu.
If ill don't hesitate to Ar Alken .
you are fret a O2-ynn" .5:111: "
tribes, \who surpass us In the bottle of Lydia E. Pinlcluira's Yepeta- DKALKll IN- iir.JnrkmiiivlllotoCinoimiatl" ,through ArAlmgueta .. .... ... ..... ..102501 ,6.c
"The Land of tile Sky.
TUB SENSE of this amid
OK SMELL rfllcleiic.v particular organ ble
Compound at 000. and write to No. 32-"Tlie Vahn Limited..
In the attention! which they pay to Its l\Il"I.l'lnJ pduentlon.Vith the Japanese "lroense advice-it is free and always helpful. Genc..ul. . connecting at Hluckvlllo' with train carrying!
HUMANS NOW 1'ullnlanCarforAlkenandAligseta, .
t snuftlivt" has reached) the dignityof Excellent Dining Car Service. No. Washington and Florliln! Limited'

\ THAN IT U.:: ED TO BE. n ceremonial.\ It has been prn'-, John White & Co . .1\Eei elitwldi!' le. IMiHinnii Sleeping Car, JnckHonvllIc lovillo 1II..t.,

I -__ _ _ tl"ed. we are tOI,', by, priests and ' and Uluckvlllo A'kuu' and Anpii,
LOUISVILLE, KT.Eitablilh .
Wlintf :\.". foMMemi In rtrtinilos for the last 40O) and Is
I'ralmtilr years .l tell For Sleeping Car Reservations, Maps, Folders and Information, apply T
the *Ml4>rt> It..in ii it nt of u 0"-..' I....... taken very seriouy indeed. Urine niRlimit mnrhal prior FANCY: GROCERIES AND CIGARSA
erful h..It"ul.-'I'h. liven 1'uwvr essays' Lure been \\- .;ttl'U on the subject patl fur r.M f'y J. CJ. 3LiTJSI5L::: Dist. Pails: Agt..,

f aF.: u( "Mcout, Jot the llruto Crvitlloii.Is : and nn eh.boriite code of etiquette FURS 1 \ :SPECIALTY.:
108 West
BaySt., Jacksonville. Fla.
trS hats, been frmuuUitcd,I for Its observance. and Hides. dt
the sense of Hiiioll dying out among Nnni +C ll
[0 It Is also a t'.mii of entertainment en Hobe Sound, Florida.
rivlllxi'd ,
moil? Physiologists/ tell im /and nt a kikl-ko! party' your hostproduces -- -- S. It. HA ItDWICI{, }'. T. M., Waolilngton, D.C. ,V. H.TAYLOE, 0.1'. A. Wanuhifttoii.D.U
that although nu entire segment of BKOOK3 MORGAN, A. 0. 1>.A.. Atlanta Ga.OLEYliFOLfOAIIDTAP.
Olio" "wjnvhil' tray some twenty -
y, the bruin-luunoly, the'olfactory 'loueIS or more different kinds of incense! Will ::1\I.I Moriff: :
:', apportloiK-d to the olfactory UUera, from which he "\111'1'114' live, to each one ., .F

'I I vbiit: we now POMHOHU Is probably! "tlie of which he gives u diU'erent mime

r mere rvuiuunt of 1ullce powerful founded on some lltcniry allusion each Pain-ter: : and: Japerb..ac.ger.: : : : Cures Coldtt Prevents Pneumonia fercfiltdroni faff ..._. Bo ontafed

I: mechanism" In the Lrute creation name receiving u number. The various n, _.

r the sense !In much keener although kinds are then burned In Irregular order -

the lower sometimes in combination of two DAYTONA, FLORIDA
among aquatic uniinuU it IM
t or three kluds and the guests have to
Indiscriminately blended with that of

\. taste and in tho toothed whales is non: write down the corresponding numbers "All kinds of feign and Honae Fainting, Paperhanging, Etc., promptly attendedto

existent. On the other humid doge, on slips .of paper by means of ; at any place on tho East Coast. A large stall of practical men employed to do
certain signs symbolical of the
chapters this kind of work.
jJ' epeclaliy those that have been truln- I
In a celebrated classical romance
ed to hunt by scent neeui to depend .- - ,. --- I
called "Oenjl-mouo-gatarl. The person - -- -----
upon that faculty uliuost entirely, even ,t
who guesses their Identity most
to the exclusion of their eyeslKht.: If Hodges O'Hara
A; successfully wins u prize and between c
It is a "bad scenting"/ day or if his ,
b sniffs ;you are allowed whiff of vinegar -
.'., nose la out of order you may see u retriever to refresh your Jaded nostrils. In ...Manufacturers and Dealers'..

I literally walk over a dead birdor New York an attempt was made to >
even lie down on the top of it, a round a series of "perfume concerts Rp CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange
pretty clear proof that lie IM not look std .
where scent took the place of music,
ing for hill quarry He is smelling for but the energetic/ Americans voted the Box Heada Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shingles, etc.

It. A fox in covert will sometimes( entertainment slow, and the iunova.Ion Mills and office located at lluffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices delivered

run lu and out among the very )legs was hardly a success. td any part of the State. Address: Uodges & O'llara Buffalo Bluff Fla.

cf tho pack unnoticed, although in tills There Is another for whichit '
-- '
4' caae: tile nect>HHlty for keeping: their might be worth our while to pny -- The F. E. C. Timecard
heads down, owing till the fact that attention R'y
more to tills particular sense
nulmal smell are heavy and lie clone -for Its mnemonic suggestlveness./ The Florida Oranges and GrapefruitALSO

,j' to hounds the ground, will servo to prevent faculty of memory plays u rather queer
from ulnj their ,
yes. A terrier r
In connection
; port with-that of smell- II
will lllH,'
l a drive barking
fag although around it our mental associations KAMA" VEGETABLES WANTED BY I
ecstatically: nt the sight of his muster,
cluster most strongly for
but even then ho will .
usually give him

\ a preliminary Hatlnnod sniff of his! before Identity ho is: absolutely It is very call doubtful up or "represent"If anybody a purtlcu can actually Masos M. C ark: :, : 1. :. :, 'f; :" "" .. 'j' ; : ::. ..,

lair odor, though there are cases of ,
Generally speaking sweet odors ore subjective hallucinations of scent 110 :Hurray Street, Xew York.
more persistent than their opposite, theulpUui'eted .
: among the insane, and the records of .
componndi In -
'I t purtlcular the Society For Psychical Research .
evaporating atmosphere rapidly on exposure to the quote instances of what we might call Member of the National League of Commission Merchants of the United States.
although the smell of do-
tho "ghost" of a smell.-London Spectator "
I cnylnK animal mutter Is said to eudiiro Stencils and Quotations Cheerfully Furnlshed-
: this
i for days after tho cause of it has been appear space

removed. The olfactory sense however I
if usually becomes FOR ALT KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
blunted lu time '
remember tho ADVOOATK office. P. Hiililirxazi Col
; r when iissalhHl continuously by any one c4 c ,,
"r odor. Workmen in big perfumeries become

cane hardened to the fragrance of Washington St. } NEW YORK

I 'I',. their HurrouudlngM I and nose pain Is SMALLEYMarine U3 Murray Street. J f X Y. ,...t
fortunately even more deadening In Its
, r effects thiin most forms of physicalsulTerln

;!. _Again iliffereiit smells do Oran '

not mix. It IM said that If two nostril Pineapples ./ '

arc stultod with different substances Gas Engines ';: '" ..'. :.
t we smell first one and Him the other :;r?
and Florida Fruits Our .
alternately, but never u blending of the Specialty.We .
two together./ This Is
probably the
I i i' case with the lower animals, too and represent several of tho largest shippers In your :State, and wish to representyou

t explains how foxhounds can pick out also Give us a trial shipment Established 30
I and follow the trail of n fox over .

:, ground cattle.that The has writer been tainted personally by sheepor hua J:: 'rAnLlSrltD 1870. -. e :x:: t \/V e eA k _

neon u pointer nnd bird IIlh'Cell"rlllly -- I

li f all ono afternoon! on the western prairies L I ." .

: nt a tlmo the dog, himself wiis so vt 1 t M.: Lane & Son .'" ,. ,

odoriferous .
i' owing to an unfortunate , ,," }. '.
1 encounter with a skunk on tho previous

k: day tint he was hardly approach- 250: WASIIIXOTOX STREET, NEW YORK. ,

Among' human Individual the sense,
I of smell like thoso of sight aud hearing Southern Fruit and Produce

varies considerably, and certain auy.dt

persons scent to be quite 11I1tlrrl'l'tl'.lby

I" certain odors Just us"Jthers are "color If Intoiosted, write for catalogue and OOtrl.trl.i.ssioc.:: : :: : Mercharit:

blind" to certain colors or "tone deaf"to Information to .

the shrill cull of a bat or tho .
chirpIng FLORIDA -
of a cricket. Perhaps It Is Indicative Agent. .

; of the mantu-r lu which we are OKMOXD. FLOUDI.1 .\. Stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished on application .'.: '. '.1 .



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Professional Cards. Jfotlce. I ."
J ,3ANt:: ;: !LACQUER i' '

EO. M. BOBBINS, 'ro1.1.. CONCKRXKIX: TAKE: :SWTICK. Bultnblv PO.HI..H. Co..1 !'olanc' Liberal ,I route .if It 1" *. > ..eas/v. Times ItSdout N oti i
all claim against: the mtnta i>f .:. II. I I. "It.'. I ..
Kit <"lth'utlon.01.< ce
iloueHwtl 1 in nut he pr..-iitp.l to Silo '
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR nnd..r..IrIl"d wuuin two your* fnun tlio dote When practical It Is niucli V letter to In the hilly: tnoi' "r two lu.ltlatries e." ..
bel'etr.or the same will be lutrrod. In'I ,, :1'1\\ .. .. "
conntj' }' ; \ .1 :"o--is.imt'ly. .Ilkrlll..n
rose burl during the full and
AT-LAW. prepare u I'
8. K. RICK '
and 1,11.1114'1' 1', .
: < ) name only one
allow it to lie nil winter This settles
Till practice In State and United States January 13 loo..AhulnlatNtor of said l E..tat"I-It. I It down quite solid by; oprln! Then dUtilct. th Ulli'ues, u loir.:! the Xnkanen.lo .' --< }- .

Court. all that will be iuHn' nry to do will\\ be lime g.itned, much by modern

Office at TITUSVILI.IC, FLA. IX THERClT...' roi'RT 1AXI> FOR to stir the surface over to make it fine I tniprnrt'uienta. tu silk raising: The
llrevard Comitx Florl.U.T l.i<',iiier| tree tummy I p.milbly h.ive bl'enIllqnrleti \
enough to cover the roots well nt To
:Simmons, ) 1" Chancery. planting time. Another! advantage from t'; III"1.:1: 111113'other Pineapple Growers and Shipper :. .
.V* I Hill for DI v..ree. trees 111..11'1' "'* Mere but, It iortalnh -
Matilda. Simmons, ) cntnptl: by preparing the bed In the
e Notice fall la that the winter ruins ntul (linw- .' wait known :lad used In Japan|

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, To Matilda HininutKs' to:Non-Resident. ing snow Mill luuo largely; tUvompoaH at .1 I very eaily period, "'t' lire usedto IDO :HNTotHn.in.g:: :: : on your paper

[will practice In all the Courts of the State of You are livreliy required auafot ,,,' ontlorIlse < (lie iniintiro and InipreKuutcd the ili'nkln"' of It IK, urn-lulcuI. nnl,"'. It
Complilntllluil horaln ,ou 1 Is l t1" it and luiu-li more' l besblt's l for
I Florida and the United States Courts. fore the HIlt day of Ktilirnnrv. A. H I'NIA. iinunoulii from It nil through the soil, ; until yon have seen our

I'. O Box: :,238./ TITUSVILLE, FLA. The !: tin COAST Ai">voe.\'rK: Is lierehv ileslirna'eil leaving it lit the best possible> condition pluii: Licijuer bowls uiuFtniAH: anat-
iis newKpapur In which this onler shall, most n lie puhllsa oime u week for tour consecutiveWitness for the roots to commence (,'t'lllnl:
J. WEBB, w.'ek. on it ni soon us planted. To succeed raixe mot of whnt N used In certainpro.iu'e SAMPLES and PRICES.Four '
my hand and, seal of olllco thl..6th >*, !but Tol\.M Imports\ a good .
.day of .)annarv, A. D. I'.m.Ct. in growing roses 8 1"'t.'I's''fnlly there
ATTORNEYATLAWWill ( ; Ci.13eO) A. A. 8rEW\RT. arc three essential things required! den I of Juice to lie iiianufnctuivdthen
Clerk of circuit Court. I
practice In the Courts of the 7th Hy'). A. t"wartl' P. They are n JooII"ltloli; to )plant them Grades. Write for
D. Oaulilen, The tree la n specie of Thus \ : prices
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents < Attorney ';'''"I'I' d rents and accounts collected. tivation.! to our poison Ivy and Inning the

Ix THE CIRCUIT COURT Of AND FOR IIln- I'irst. n suitiible position means on' mime power to produce nn Irritating
(ITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. van,l rush the skit The worker
CUlillty 'lorlla. that on get overthlx
1 ls not Hliadod
by buildings, trees,
The tall however, mid do not have It 1IJnJI: ISotitZlol EI> .A.IE: : cc:>.
the of
County lit Ilrevard of tile 8f. to of Florida, shrubbery or roots large
D. PENNEY, vsMargaret trees near by allowed to ever enter the 1IItIl'::'". but they say that people sometimes

Ouoilo. bed where the roses are grown. Iishort get It from handling/ howls or ; -:n: C>.fr1.00: I .A..1ln1'11n; ; Grfl.
'ATTORNEY-AT-LAW To Margaret Grade<< and to alI'er.oll"\ Inr.er..t. trill M which 11t1lIut been dried lougenoimh.
e,1 In or having. Hens Uiiiu| the following !luserlhwproperty position for u rose bed should

krcsviLLK, FLORIDA.. to-wltrlmt truct of land Iy be open to bright sunlight for nearlythe .
Ing In Krevanl County: Plnrlila, to-wlt: whole but Tn get the sap the. farmer" cut n
day' ft little protection WE WANT EVERY
Ill practice In all the courts of the 7th Coiiiiiioiiclnir where theiiiirtlillneof the northeast each, GROWER
[ quarter' o? the nortliwmt 'I.rt.r of BOCIIOII from .strong west ami northwest winds not"' 'li' In the side of tree, and after -
Judicial Circuit. tuw..hl''' 211 soar rllllJCD ar n time a thick juice ooxes: ; then
eH"tintersects (fll rah
tlio waters,rlndWnRiver desirable I'reMinnlng there Is such n IN THE STATE' TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
the north line ; run went along the r...inner ,goes around w It hI wooden
of said inoiitiom-il, quarter. position at conimniul, the next consideration
A. FROST, thence.011\010 run ohulns to the worn: Him of stud iarrer., will be a suitable "soil, and by Fpnlula' Kiltheilng: I Ilit' ml rop.4lntoit pull.! '"'''{.OIUDA VKOKTAULKS.!: : romplete manual on Florida.!; Crops.OUANOKS. .
south along the siilxllvislon I I.MB; It will keep for a long while, tint must ) ).\ ." A bunk of t't'llIllntt'I't1IIt
411ehmth1xtittilt southwest corner or the south' far the best for this purpose la n "1> to Crun {o Growers i

A TTOHNEY.A T-LA W, eaxtgmtrtertm sectl'.nll." thence the northwest run east the ,
cm siihillvlslon
ill 1 practice In all the Courts of the 7th line lu chains thence. run north twelve and a at reasonable cost it would be above n certain point for It and I Koitlllzatlou.''

Judicial Circuit. to halt the chili.,, thnnceeant chains more or loss far better to remove the natural soil to contains n pevulltir( acid which causes "1 niSI[ 1'tl'FA'I'OES-Rookleton"SoilSpedl'lontingsndCnltlvutlonEf
wlI'ero..f Indian Silver, the""" meanderimr the Juh.t'( to ferment nnd hul'deu. The

l'ITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. of beginning the waters', edge pxeeptlng, .northwesterly about two tn tie acres point lielongini tht depth with of the lit heavy least two soil. feet That and rosescan replace ple,..*.. that h.10",.:( variilsheil must fret of Feltillxcis.liggiog and! Slil|>|,iliiK."

; to K. W. Uoodo therefore be dried In mild mill moist "IMNKAITLK FKUTII.I/5KKS.' ) upeclal interest to Pineapple C rowers,
be in other soils in
'TEPIIEN E. FOOTER: the Yon are huroliv notltletl to he and appear. In grown even air. Tokyo In Atiust; usually just "))IE.tL. FJoItTILI7.IUS.-Book Nhowing nil our different! nnuiils, AnnlyslH,
('IronltCumin: In anil for llrovanl County thnt of a light: Hmxly nature, Is true,
.tlorma, at the Clerk's; olllce iipoti rule day In but not si') well as with the heavy soil right about 87, dettl'ees.' 1'ilco, etc.
February A. U,loni being the lith day l of Kcliru New and revised! rillttoim of the above uMlslio.l
ATTOKNEYATLAWJyalUpcliurchitulItllnK A genii piece of lacquer has to I.t /. just j> > sent free for the aitlilng.
cry A. U.II! ) to show what Interest yon have Hut no matter what the class, of Poll

; JaxJACKsoNviLLE : :. In why the 2(1(above tuft wide inscribed. rlnhc-or-wav land,and ror to a public Dhow uause road may be ut command, if you wish to succeed and most then eurefnlly"urIlIM,1 rinds! with In the layer first plnw.after WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY,

should not ho taken over sold, land us prated. In growing nice rimes it must bo
FLA. in the 1'1"11I11I11 petition mud.1 In this caimn In treated, to a very liberal dressing of layer, each( being dried! 11 ud polished JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
-' the Clerk',mall,., for the use of the riaintllf, ata before the next goes on. Certain pigments .
riKhc-nf-way for a public road or else be forever manure. .. .
S. BURNIIAM, M. D. burred. To make mixed with It give red black, or -
a !good rose bed the Moll)
Ordered at the Clerk1 nfllro at Tltusvlllo green To apply gold n wash of varnish
should be trenched\ lenst
Florida, this '.' twentyfourto For :Box of
the UU day of Ueceinber, 1'HM. a
Is hikl where the design Is to be
inches. The best method for
SPECIALIST, (Ct.Ct. Seal.) A. A. S'FK WA RT. thirty $$100. Gold
Ear, Nose and Throat. I'-WJ Clerk nf Circuit Court doing this is to remove the top soil to nnd the gold powder sprinkled on from
hollow bamboo stick with line
the depth of fifteen or sixteen inches, a u OBANCES.Yo

B9T PALM BEACH, FLOKIDA.HOUGHTON'S Master's!! Sale then break up the subsoil fifteen Inches! 81tH'I' the Pail When It Is dry Itmust .
Le revnrnlshed and ,
deeper, thoroughly incorporating at repollslied have/ had HO ninny reports of the linn quality of OIIUIKOH nil. nod with our
all. With all these
R. least one-third as much good, strong! over repeated proc Simon Pure fcitlllzi'iH tin that liuvc
dining pant wo / decided to olTer
: AND HV VIRTUE OF A FINAL: eases u flue piece buy be on hand\ for your8 $100
soil the
UNDER...., In foreclosure .entered the (Tread manure as through whole. months even Naturally this Is IN KLI) for the bout, ijdin for tile second and !fI1 rt for the third. bust box of
(.OATINO DENTAL APARTMENTSon Court, for the Seventh Judicial, Circuit When this Is done return the top soil yours
of .Florida in and for Hrovard county In a adding one-fourth as much manure assoil not the Kind that Is prepared for foreign oranges. of the crops of 11)01) 1IH),1 and 11)011) Thine iiocusnlvo yours. The time of

the "Deutos," cause therein tleII"/I, nil', wherein Mary .:. S. export for people(,roll,1, will not exhibition\ will ho nniioiincpd inter
lJelCra"w executrix: : of the estate of and as thoroughly; mixing It In the opera
Xow ox TilE INDIAN RIVKII. ante legatee, under the wIll cf Anron. A.DnKrauw tloll. When complete this will leave pay for It.-Anna. (J. HarUhorne In The only condition bolng that the crop of fruit shall lie prndurotl with our "

.deceased..t al., are Is fenilanis complainant'' I.and as speck Irate !M.Master Dawson In the bed six or eight inches' higher thou Chit u tll U'IIIIIII. SiiiKin 1'ino Kcillll/.er. If a StAte Fair shoiilil bo held dining any one of the BOOBOIIS -

ia Largest and Most Comate Court Chancery House, will doorat'fltusville sell at public tale, Florida, In frtlntor,betweenthe the it originally wus but in the course of a An Lnneeeswitry IIstlaelion| and at such time that a creditable> exhibit of citrus fruits can be made, the

legal hours of sale, tn the liiiilinMt and, dent few weeks. If done in the very early display will be held dining the fair, and at tlio pluco where the fair In hoMo
Establishment South. hlililer for cash on the Uth day of February' A.I>. spring, or In the full preferably, It will The two expressions "by 1 and\ by" and
for further booklets
IViS\ thesnnle !iefng the Stout Monuay In said "by the bye" are really derived from particulars anil addreem-

0, 3, HACKER & SON cnbed month real and estate a leijal,situated sale d.iy.In the the fllllnwlulCIOM.county of Ilre- the have time settled the down bushes very are considerably ready to plant.J. by. the same original word, ami the words' E. O. PAINTER FERTILIZER CO. Jacksonville. Fla.

yard, State of Florida, or so much thereof as "by" and "110", have the same $general -.. --- -.. ..- .. -. -- .. ..
will satisfy. said decree and cunts, to-wici -; U. May New Jersey - -
sense. Hut the spelling\ "byo" has long
I II IY It All Lots 4 and 0,of Section 3)1, In Township:'II, .A.nJ"1"W'E:: : ' xi E:: 2S
South Iliinjc" Knit, except! ten acres <>lf the Marltrtlnir Apple In Bnelcet. been used hi tho second of these Jf3[ JE3JR II
I south side of sale 'lots heretofore coin eyed by phrases. without real reason for
the parties of the drat part to Hnnhorn Jones by The Illustration from American Agriculturist :115. 'I'AIIJ.JlII."U 1555'1VII141CIKS
deed recorded I In Deed Hook "!' : | :e 04', 411 of a basket, of Fallawuter apples the change We should not speak of
the records of Krerard Florila, contulni ,. WIN1:4! GINS AND JlltANUn04.:!
II|If are careful to write "by the bye" and -- - - -
Also Lot 2, of Section 12. Township 32, South
Range JU Kant, containing W acres, "by the It).." lu "guolb)',," I there might Express Prepald Lemp's E3oer.

chains Also,north commnnclnR of southwest on the Range of Section line 31.7/1. 1/, be .Home reason for keeping the dual I Full quart "eaHIII'1I." 4 Iltllll (Jts lioJis I F"I.ta" IltlOr . . . .. . . ,.., . .. ..I'er. ..'I tI"8 26
1 1It Township :31. Houili lUnicc corner 411 Kast at the land "e," since It stands for the word "ye" IIl1nthllt.llIhR.e... ... .. ..IIIII.I..1110..r"I.1 . "'... ..... . ... ."". . ..1111 ..
line of K. B. LaK<"-hi).then West U.ftn/ chains ::11..1.. Comity "y" ... . .....1 INI 4 211/ 1III Biaudnrd . ... . .. .. .. .. . .. . .... 1 INS
more or less to the Indian gn River, thence run I In the shortened form of (!od be wllhYf' Dimn.,! ram Ittl. .... . . .. .. ,...A: 4/141 N INS 1I,1..lt..ur".uk.. .. ... . . " .. ... 1111111111I"
u N North along the bunk of ....1,11t1..r, tit' yanls to l :" but where so much has "' '11drnpprvl "44'. Rye ,... .... .. .. ....3 ThI , 111111 ( "hllrlC"r. m.tare. . . . . .. .. .. ... ..... J "I
the land line of land W. It. "' ", lnlllr"I'8.' .. .. .. . .. .. .4/141/ 11/11'1:11"1/ : less A10.. pints .. . ... .... .. .... ..... 1:11\: ,
Sunders, thence: East formerly to tl 7.: C1tlr.ea;; ; : 47 . the P" Is hnl'lyl'Ul'lh) keeplag Malt Wblskey '11II. INS, t 11/111/ 1/1I11I"O.Ht""tIllIt8 .. .,, .... ,... . . .,1:11\:
chains more or less, thenceiHontherly! .alonir theUcean especially as tilt! old, nieiiiiln; Is "..a'hlll'II"ly. :: :::: :..:: :: : ;1111II"' 1111I1 Bulk Coods '
Hunch, to said It, Lalua'he'me Apple trendy .. 6dl JugS FreeNotliullandtlht
Ii. line being '
sellout recalled. t't. :Nicholas. '
MANUFACTURERS OF OpinNIte to the point of niiiunencenient. thence 4. :I: .:: : .::::.:; . 2 wl g 7 211 PropalcJ.
I West along said, line :,14.00 chains tn ;point of lie-: I.enovu O In .. . .... . . 7 111 111111 1'/11I .1./lII'Ioor (
A Giinriiiitroit Ciiro For IMIe ,. . .. . .2lrl hd.-IIy.UIII.'rorll. (land made.
"NnrthCnruluumC1)rn 4111' T (01)
) ,
Sash ; being pare or Lot ttoctlon 12, Township !
Blinds My/sr" (SalIts'
oors per 0101, Uurn, !lion. flue
3-. Houth Range 311 Kant, ami, of Lots 3 and 11I..1111..1" t..roo . .... .. .. . .11/\ /I I" .II //II) 111I..lIty.
4, Section Township 32, South lUnge 40 Rant, Itching:, llllml, Weeding or Protruding l ,,1""I1'h' 1111111. .... . .. ,2: Sal 4 20 7 :ill M'LM/ per tlel....Rye. Illn. Corn stunt heat
,,1I/o..lr..r,1 1(11' . ...... IIII/ ,
: 1I'N'
+ .I
211 with all
jonldiDg & Building Material' containing acres more or lets, fur h lie "' ""oy,
riparian rights, 'Hos. Druggists refund money If I'A 7.0OIS'nIENT ., . .;I !" U / : 11111.-41"
King n( Itelnuok nnurlmn .,, ,n ixi ISuio aI.fN'I.r, Rye Peach snit Apple f
.3.11 a
JOHN IIENRV, full IIr,,, ', III..JI..w.,1 All.
to cure case no by
any '
>lBce A:: Warerooms fort Sherry ur Augoiio... i.4 Mr 3711 1 51)
King, opposite D. Gaulden, S".lall\ll\Itter in Chancery.. a. (N) her; U..I.--VI"t"I lx Uf'e, 14..I.t Craps
Cannon Street.Char1cston mutter bow long standing, In 0 I to 11 A..n..t. all..w..c/ all gsnils<< tlr sauie prh'e II)'... Mediriusl tlllllllty.
for ..
Attorney Complain -
d"ys. First application gives case and -- -- n --- ------
S. C. lo"t. r.Oc. If your Druggist hasn't It 1'tti-l JM Wust J\tllllltrot St. .JiickHonvtllo, Flu.an .
*'?**. "yon want to get th. .le: '' I marketing apples so thnt the producergets and 5c.) In stamps allllt will be for 4f ito tj

J-/*,r"* bliricBst returns for /AlVffl e'. the top price and the consumer warded post-paid by Paris Medicine Co.,
jish Weights, Cord au !.t..'"*.*?.% your Tour labor urouiui anil, ..,,''l.efi"";"'". gets a choice quality of fruit. /St. )Louis, ilo. =:: ASS Lcr: ::tM t: cSt; 0 0 ,

WVJWW you an't anord ;..' l1l/t' The baskets are of thin veneer nineteen -- --" --- ,
Hardware ..nt x loplaranytliliiK but 1119W.Itayet.. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
inches long, nine Inches wide, six ..... t ,
t _ ..
Inches and hold 1 fourteen .
Indow and Fancy Glas' !PERRYSEEDS slatted cover Is used for the top. .x rrdo I
,' ,
A SPEC1 ALTY. Baskets of this size commend them .fo N zod : FULL Qrrs. *w// .'1
selves to growers who can work up a .

-.h..tandar.lllft.r 49 yMin'teat. local .trade. p I L'xvlt ss roR I 2Q 1PfilPAID

1'u.) always produce Iz Af 2
CUBES the largest and surest San Joe HiMtle Remedies I
crops. AUdttHlwrnM.illliKtn. 3 _
Our lea At a meeting of the Somerset county Mr , '
OJwdl free!Seoul on Annual rvquimt.DITROIT (N. ;J.) board of agriculture the state !! j I a '

CT D. M.F."v Be 00.. entomologist/ Professor John K. Smith ( C') .,. a1'v
r .
MIOH' in speaking of the various remedies >. ?r
used against San Jose scale, !laid that t41 ( Saki e

caustic soda which was brought for $ yb r 64 S0 .: 1 I If;

? THE ANHEUSER BUSCH ward by a farm paper last winter had, ft t o a e f'Ii'

proved to be largely a failure and bad ftagO
worked a great Injury, he believed by a F 7 1 I
"I'HE body gets its life from Brewing Asso's.FKIUOUS destroying the fruit buds on the trees! Q) .,M L1'1 0 ) / ',

food properly digested. sprayed. The lime and sulphur preparation = C i e.i'I' ut f
Healthy digestion means pureblood < i
r boa the merit of being perfectly s iI
St. Louis Keg and Hot
l for tho body, but stomach o a I
safe to use, but seems to be very un- iii'
troubles arise from carelessness tied Beer.
in disorders certain In Its results. In 1UO3 It gave .:i.
stomach _
eating and : I
"Mold by Messrs. F.A.Lesley andR. generally excellent results but duringthe ift,
upset the entire system. Improperly It "
masticated: food sours on the L.:MotlowTltasTllleFI : last spring and Hummer It did not .5 cn .1 .- ; ,,V I'I''I'I

stomach, causing distressing By Mr.R.L. Motlow,Cocoa, ria. come up to expectations. lie finds) FO.5 I
belching and nausea. that the crude petroleum spray for the iU

When over-eating is persisted weakenedand in JOSEPH ZAPF scale has In practice proved too dan- :s e ; !. A rant for the "al""t llrnwlntt Co. j jv

the stomach becomes ._
gerous to the trees to bo generally rec

I claims worn the victim.Thedford'i out and. dyspepsia t Sole Agent. omm nded. lie believe, however ioeZC : .mfiQ x ffiYAlIDTAR FOIEYSKIBNEYCUREtops .(

Black-Draught -V that If the oil is Just right and It ,is put .e-; ; .

610 on Just right/ -two combinations not : N .i.e..xleeey.endBladderRlght' '
[ cures dyspepsia. It frees the to 620 West Bay Street; a r
often met with-It Is the Ideal - -- -
stomach and bowels. of congested spray '
matter<< and gives the stomach JACKSONVILLE FLA. for the dreaded scale.Trsa.plaaIi.lg. cu Ot () f t

new life. The stomach is quickly r"t IF YOU WANT A a.... t

invigorated and the natural LU.... 01 e: ..
f ---- -- -
stimulation results in a good Among lilies the varieties of gpeclo- f'I.
appetite with the power to thoroughly The Yiavi e. : =
sum and Jnponlcum are Improved and =

with You this can digest build mild food.up and yoar stomach natural died.multiply They rapidly should when be transplanted frequently han every (,J2 ot-) ..Building1 Lot t tof tt

remedy. Try Th< Uford's Black- Home Treatment.Is two or three years at least. When 1 r .I''i't

Draught today. You can buy a left In the same place too long they be- O tloEt 'i

package from your dealer for come overcrowded and the bulb run ) .! "" lot "b. Ilim.THXO READY FOR OCCUI'ANCY, .

25c. If he does not keep it, send the most popular and successful curative ' smaller and a much reduced flower 1 2: ;:;;. LAND FOR Ay ORANGE! /GROVE t
the to The Chattanooga known. Ao ti r
money medium stalk and flower In the result. Young 0 t
Medicine Co., willmadei Don't keep on wondering wbat VIAVIIs roots start to push out. from tint bulbs D () TINEAPl'LE: PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, a "t

Term. and a package If you don't know, but call or write I In, November. W. probably have for sale just what you are seeking. 4"
you.THEDFOPJD'S. and let us tell you. It will cost you < f
nothing. The biisiues: : Is sufficiently iJ eI Settlers are flocking' but still there Is room. If you a'. :
Lllr ... V.hI.y r.. Vo.rI.g.It .
old, extensive confidence.and successful to Inspire Is claimed that pips or clumps of looking this way, drop a line to 1

your lily of the valley roust be three years

[BLACK-DRAUf.HTj Booklet for Mother and Daughters Free old to bioesoDi Indoors and that they Fi JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd Vfce.Pu.ldent. t

Florida Yiayi Co. most be frozen before they are taken j FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T, t

op they will not blossom unless

20 Main St. Jacksonville Fla. they t ree*.. ST. ATJOUSTINE. FLA. ; I

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President; Way M. BROWN, Vlce-Pre
able and eloquent i r
cat Journal preached an .
EAST COAST ADVOCATE Rockledge.The Georgiana. sermon which was listened to WINSTON S. BRANNING, Cashier.:

with much pleasure and profit by the '

ADVOCATE: Is much sought afterIn Mrs. Ilandy's slster-Ia-Uw. malrt and large the church and attentive was dedicated audience.there lierore was INDIAN RIVER STATE' BARK
V WKKLT JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THB DBVEI/- this 1'1..10 Evanston :
vicinity. child arrived on !Monday! nearly *:tOO 00 raised to put a furnace in
I OMEN" Or ACID' TUB BIHOATMB" "BATSBOTIO1IS.BVKHY RIVER, tABBWORTH Jose Navaro Marques d' Averlo I Is Ill., and are with Mrs. ll.itidy. and lights for the new church. Dr. Man J

registered at the Hotel Indian ]Klver. Mrs T. O. Carter and MIH Kate Carter ker was assisted In the dedicatory services COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

PUBLISHED FRIDAY. Sunday evening/ song seivlco resumed and Master Clayton Carter, wore callIng I by our Presiding! Elder, Dr Hawk J* s.. Authorized capital, $ loo coo
'l I nt the New Roclcledgo lintel "All are on Mrs. Hughes and MIH. Dowley Ruler and our pastor J.down In his Paid up capital - $2o'ooo
afternoon. 1 Mr. Peck took a party
( ClURLics H. WALTON" Editor & 1'nMlnl.er! welcome." Tuesday I launch, Mr. and Mrs !Miller', Mr. and Average deposits, $200,000
--------- !Mrs. T. A. Mlddletoo airK"" SuocUy.! George
;Mr. and Mrs. E. W Tompson are Mrs. Uedell nnd Mr. Ilotchktss.
Address all communications to among the late arrivals at the New Her husband and friend has been here Carter, also, took a )party down In Mr.
EAST COAST ADVOCATE, Kocktodgo Hotel.Moonlight for two weeks or more. They am very "wvo t's launch. Mis. "T O. Carter, -- Transacts a General Banking
TITUSVILI.B FLORIDA comtortably fixed In the Lang house. Miss Mary\ Allen, )11r[ and Mis. II. Iv.
launch parties' are becoming
-..- popular two or moro boatloads Dr. J. ..J.1: anker came up lii-re Tues Hughes and X. L. Bruner. The weather 1 r't Business
, very ; and
I have: been out every night. day to visit Rev J.II. White and family. was perfect, lovely as a day In June,
U. Department of Agriculture H, K. Iinghes and wife, and Httv..A. V. the trip was a roost delightful one. Largest and Oldest Bank on the
Ue .. Prince and Urlflhh made a I Rli
Weather Surenu-.JuJlter.l Hr. Hlscock! and wife, who are all "Id friends ,
catch of sixty fish on Monday. Ibis 1 III of his of more than thirty yuai- -t. CO. Exchange bought and sold no i i "
the record so far this nuason.Tlicto J. R. WALKER & t. S Countries.l'strnnageappreciated. 1:1I
ThofollowlnKis a comparative state. Mrs. Odell, with her father and four
ment of temperatuio and rainfall for tbo seems. to ben scarcity of good children, came :Sunday and arc pleasantly TITUSVILLE, FLA. Prompt t -. i ,
week ending Tuesday, Jan. 24, 1005.DATB. : l.nmchfH.to hire at Uockledga.) A few IInd comfortably fixed in the J. It. treatment,and every favor. i>naorvative -:-' """J.1 l 1'111111'Cut.or. .
-lImli- 10DI-) small I! boats with competent men I 10 Mower house, which they has"- tented, P banking urinCORKEBl'OJi

:. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIVnt . charge would do well. Mrs. Bower and daughter, !Miss Hattlo, r ( af+at )L I>ENTS

13 7t (\Wl 72! r 7'i The new belt boy uniform of the Plaza occupy the cottage Mr. Bower In In i t I v Empire Trust Company, Niv \ ,I, 4.
'i 10! 70 01 OS /la/ Hotel IH very ueat and attractive. The Cocoa. o'v c*'} Y Florida Hunk and Trust Co., .lark- > p4
20 71 p/I 7U as:. proprietor always shows good taste I In Mls Eva Owen left Saturday for '
1.17L'U VI r i i hI
21 Ort: ," 74 /O.I whatever he undertakes.The tons, where she Is visiting Mrs. .)Da"1; A.
22 (17 4(1 7i( 71)) _. __ __ .
U. -
and --- --- -- -
Field, Mis. Itngg-et liuv. -- ---- --- - -
launch, !Mamie, In now malting ::::

21 2J: 7 72 4 s t r.i;:1. 77 72 01 71 l dally tilps able down boat the and river.should She: be Is well agood and Templeton to see the and automobile wife for a races week or and n'l :FI.: I> <> JI3:13Il'I"S.: ,

; Total rainfall for the week: .131 patronl/.ed, by the,tourists. tend the annual conference of the M. E. (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)

Departure from normal rainfall for the Church. Her many friend wish hera GTJN an.d: :J:... C> C :::r.. SiVtI'i': :
week: minus .35: Inches. Departurefrom A very enjoyable anchor party wa pleasant hip. .
normal rainfall since January 1, given I ut the residence of Mrs. H. F. Badges, Checks, Door :Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith :'nppne.REPAIRING '' ",
f minus 1.117( Inchel4.IlAL. Hatch on Friday evening. A goodly), Ouv Munson met with a serious acci- ()F OUN.S AND: REVOLVERS: A SPECIAL__
dent Friday a. m. He was blasting out and Revolver and wholesale. Trunks and Valise
p HAHDIN, Observer. number were In attendance.A. Gun parts keys at 1:< ,purred;
some large. / pino stumps, and in some unaccountable 224 Main_St. Jacksonville. 1'la.
J Malliewn, of rittsburg. are way "the thing went off
stopping at the New Itockledge Hotel before he was ready for it." emitting Ids MIJ.7, +W ------- -- ----- - -=
ENUI.AN" has paid an innocentman Mr. Mat hews Is the owner ot a large face up pretty badly' nod bruising his M
who liail been sent to prison' orange grove In this vicinity. logs. Dr. Chamber was busy most of "Our() Perfection Tray Trunk." Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPJUll

$25,000 by way of compensatjon! The proprietor of the New Rockledg the day: dressing cuts, pulling out Has the Celebrated Tiav Trunk for Sale
splinters and picking out ponder.J -Call and see It- \
That is liberal enough. hotel has added n new breakwater to

the dock. Thin will make the landing II. bandeiKon, of Hat field, Mans., ...; Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
much In weather ,
mote secute rough who came here n few weeks ago with ,
TIIKHU is a big improvement in MenitiH. Prlnco and Griffith brought/ !Mr. and !Mrs. Klngnley, hoping to be t:4'

the appenrenee of the St. Augus- In a string of thirty-live trout and ban bencfltted by our warm climate, but ;. Sidewalk

tine Record since Mr. Harry L during the week. 'I 11.111! combln.illoD\ 1 1haid 18 like many others welted! too. long, died Vitrified, Paving and Brick ,,",,
li: Jan. 191U05
to beat, although/ !Mr. McCardleand Thursday morning at a m ,
Brown, formerly of the Tropical I another In :;, of hemorrhage of the lungs.' Aged.l
I Sun, has taken charge. It is nowa four the sumo gentleman d.iy. brought thirty' sixty-eight The body was embalmedby Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. 1'elephuw., v'" ,

neat and and a Wm. Hinclle and sent home to the
newsy paper : J. K. MUNNERLYJT:
Tho first dance> of the Reason, was hole bereaved wife and relatives. Oenerall\Ianaj.ter.
credit to St. Augustine. Much at the New Kockledgo hotel :Saturday .
on ___ _ .
success to the Record.! evi-ning. Invitations having beet Quite a number went from here Sunday h

9Xtondod to the residents, and those to Kau i.illle to attend! tire dvdlilatlon : The Oldest Established Grain and Seed! HoustJ 'uivtnvvE 10 "'"
having winter homes a large number services of the beautiful l new
TUB tall],end of another of those wore in attendance. M. K. Churn Dr. J. J. Wanker, of Yiil ttl ---

unwelcomed) northern bllzs arils Hotel Indian: River, Itockledge, open Knoxville, Tenn., editor of I the Advo Wm.: A. Bourg: J & Cc.|

reached Florida on Wednesday e.1 1 In grand style on Saturday: > evening. -- - -
night and did great havoc with The deooralloiiH\ are very beautiful, and ST. AUGUSTINI3.
vegetables and oranges. What a the house Is now one of the most at. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS
tractive along the const. The orchestra
pity some enterprising l yankee does consists of four pieces, let and 2nd

not invent some way to keep northern violin; flute and cello, and It in certainly HOTEL ALCAZAR Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers!
blizzards where they belong. a treat to listen to the high-class tnusioreudeied. ST. AUGUSTINE, sr.w'MIeiits
200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE: KLA.
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There. Is a petition being circulated to Catalogue Free, Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. aDd
TilE: Tatler, St. Augustine, published R'y. A. C /t Ry.1VLcIV'Lurray .

by Mrs. A. M. Marcotte, in Ildve rains: tho buck north down(and to southbound the river station.night __un _ __ __ ___ ______ _____ '_n___ _.___ __ ____

again on our desk, and( is, as usual, The petition la for the purpose of giving Nor
brim full of interesting social gos us a butter mall service, which Is badly <%I Open i
needed. Under the present system the & Baker
sip. The Tatler is the only paper midnight: train carries the southbound

of its kind published in Florida, mall to Fort Pierce, 00 miles south, and i ,

And It gets more interesting every It dons not reach Itockledjo until p. m. 4O1-413 East
( year. Much success to this newsy the day following. JOS. P. GltEA.YES, Manager. flay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

-Makers and Jobbers of-
Journal. ,
In lied 1.'cnlrVet>)t8 with I wOrlppe. --- -
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I IT is said that"thA Town Councilof We have received the .following letter Buffalo Gasoline Motor Vehicles, Harness, Carriage and Wagon Material l,

"Waycroas, Oa., has placed a from Air. Hoy Kemp, of Anglo, Ind. 1
license tax of $30,000 per annum "I was In bed four weeks with la grippe Saddlery, Rubber TIr 3.
saloons instead of $15,000 and I tried many remedies and spent
on as
considerable treatment with physicians ( s First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
formerly There are ((5,000 inhabitants hut I received no relief until I 't' 18 ABSOLUTELY RELIABLE .
in the town, so we presume tried 1'oley's Honey and Tar. Two XiM+ .. 'sdwt; - -

there will not be many Hinall bottles of this medicine cured mo IN ALL ,
and now I use It exclusively In 1fi D-1.Y 'our: . .
saloons in'Way cross at the above my ;r WEA THEn.
." Take substitutes. Sold v 5
family/ no by

price. ___. _. ________ tad, CYofm Pharmacy, Titusvllle, Fla. I aI t ? FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
-- -- -
THE extremely bad weather in + When you get disgustedwith a house that has been in business over tliiru jeull

the North is driving people South Indianola.Last cheap engines and has, always had the reputation for LOW PRICE

by the thousands, and the tourist . try the . on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured

trains that are now arriving in Monday afternoon Mills Clara V y lw TUTFFAT.O.

Jacksonville, daily, are bringing Whiting gave n very pleasant lawn patty gIss' & Slager
at Oak rottago, for a few of her friends, ,
much larger crowds than they did

last year, and the increase in Mrs fi- Ful1er'nmt son Arthur arrived I CEO R. WALLACE DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY,
last week to spend the remainder of the 11 and 13 >Main St.aso .
travel over all previous years is wlnterwltli her patents Mr. and Mrs. J. & t S.: \V. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPECTOR.
said by transportation men to exceed Sanderson.Mrn. West Palm Beach, Fla w. Bar St. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

anything they had anticipatedeven \ Cabel, of I'oughkcopslo, N. Y., 40 u. P.Boydell's.

though they had been look. and Mrs. Tucker, of iioston, Mass., are -- f...-e' 3 Ea all: > E3-t1F; t? f
Ing for a prosperous year. Thereare the guests<< of their brother and sister, r
ilr.. and Mrs. Duvid. 1 Carter.
quite number of prospective
settlers on the Kim Coast, looking J. Tlst Crawford has just had put up >ttodoaYMixola
for locations. In Id* packing house, a roller orange I 1
1 slzor: an'4 the work of shipping his large
. Turnips-and Uuta Bagas.!
of fruit will
crop commence at once. I

GORTON'S MINSTRELS.Amid Dr. Charles: Hill wife! and mother, Mr. .: :: : PaintsO I.I I Onion Sets-Bermuda best and Poail.
I). bt. Clair N'lsbet and Arthur Uobling. I Cabbage- varieties for Florida. Beans.

a (gorgeous splendor of costuming started Tuesday morning In their launch: I Seed Potatoes-for fall, N>. 4 Hose and Triumph. I JIa.
I and stage effects,Gorton's celebrated tlarlon, for Daytona: to enjoy the racns.Suturdiy -A.N'D-: L Poultry SupplieS-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc.
inlntttipls last n'flht! began a two night's .
List, about 5 p. in., tho ten-

met engagement with gratifyingly at Mynr.Opera largo house and and enthusi.iHtlo out) house by on n colored Win. 11 family. Sander's. was place binned, occupied :K:: STOYESA.T : ] O.A.MI;:: 2..ONe Soc smsin: ::: : I

audience. to the, ground. The parents were absent 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville. Fla.
UOI'ton' minstrels ever !good 1 and 1 at work niui the children made n fire Intovo. L
wholesome, Is tlio bent aggregation! of ,
stove pipe fell down and the
like character :Joo-oof. <:ua .
a Unit has visited Kl I'aso
house took lire and burned '
was to tho
this season, or perhaps, In fact In several ground with all ltd contents. --_ -_- J

The seasons.stage setting in the first part, Recently two suspicious looking men JAS. PRITCHARD & SON T. C. DARBV.. M. K. OLI.IFF.

showing In gorgeous splendor aa It does, tero found prowling around'lr.11111's\ ,
an oilental) tropical scene, Is Indeed! osldencu, about 8 o'clock lu tho even.
pleasing and altogether delightful. The tig. They wero arrested by Deputy :H'RRWARE:: :, PRODUCE COMPANY\
costuming In this part is purh.ips the sheriff cot, taken before Justice of the ,
most expensive and showy of any 'eiico: Heed, Immediately, and as they Tit'.ovi11o F orid.a.:
uilnHtrel show on the road.A failed to give satisfactory account of & OLLIFF, Managers,
number of new and original jokes hemselves, they were given free translortatlon --- :npzoa.u.cGDARBT: :
were cracked by the end oleo unit ell across the river, and told not THE EAST Mercb.an: .
went oft without a single watt or drag to return \Valuivn plenty of law on COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO"IAYVFAt'TtIUIRR Commisoior --J
that could have been tedious his side of the liver to take of
audience. such cages. 100 East ; Day Street. .

The songs were f.ilily !good, paitlou- LUMBER AND BU1LDIXU :MATERIAL-.Everything: to construct a hon 3. Consignments Solicited. Send for Stencil.(

larly Sweet: Adilene," sang! by Prank OUR MOTTO : "Personal Attention and Highest Prices Obtained

I Toame, assisted In the chorus by the A Very Close Cull. Brick, Limo and Cememt. Plaster and I alr. Turned Work Brackets. Returns Made Same Day Sold. Let Us Have Your ShipmentsIfEFEaac& :
quartetvas the audience. generously applauded by ."I stuck to my engine, although e'er"j..lnt Sash Doors, Blind Paints| and Glass. Scroll and Cabinet 'Work : Florida Bank and Trust Co.
ached nnd ----
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every nerve was racked: 1 Nails and Hardware Poor an.l. Window Frames. Door --- -- --'--
The dancing sketch end monologue by with pain," writes C. W and Window Screens
llollamy locomotive Rooting and Sheathing
little Miss Cluonu Peail Fell was delight Ilretuan, of Itiirlington Paper Masury's P.llntllllnd Varnishes. Special Agents C C :E3ettes Sole Agents1tUYLER'SCANDY'
Iowa. Prices
are not always thin .
) lowest, but stock Js
ful nod refreshing, and she carried the "( was weak and pale, without always tho Best. ; 7 .
any Nevrliro' Kny-SclicW:
audience with hors wan shown by the appetite) and all run dawn As I was -TariU at Tltusville, Flan i.allle\ Fort Pierce and West Palm Beach-* L.lrlloznnfl.Orrlne Herbicide.. D R U G S Surgical I (00" 'nlD ll< ]

generous applause accorded her. about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric C- _. __ Llr 1 nor Cure Van Horn' Lie": ""
All the acrobatic\ work of thin Martle hitters, cud l after taking It I felt l>r. Shone s :Mixlielnes.
Brothers was 1ootl and probably the as well as I did In .Richard. Hmlnnt. I 53;) and 55; West BayWarehouses Smithsonian'
ever my life. Weak *..r Siirjticiil Drennlngs. Sliver Tm s,
best C. A.
ever seen with mlnstiel company. sickly, run down peoplo always gain, new DUPONTSHASTINGS 1'- 1I.*<'o.AntltoiIn. Abbott Iknlo' _
All of the various features taken together life, strength and vigor,:. from tht'lr1MI'. loodrlch Snririoul Stafford Sprlnc "i"l.r"1 t
make Norton's minstrels easUy Try them. Satisfaction LIVI2.1': : Rubber ioods.. Hlue IJok ftprlr c* ";
guaranteed by und S :T. ] All tMrkrnom : ,
, the roost pleasing. stow that has visited the Ked Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle Fla. ... 1'i3r-: S Crutches paste Trusses l 20 to 20 South Laura. Veronica Sprit '*"v\ %
Pr tHiickheail
Kl Paso In soino tlmo.-EI Paso Went H:>ilen
News "uI'Iort"r.| Splints" Lith
\\fperform\\ at the Opera house, F. ertrlo Kittcrle: 'whttestoneL't
TItusville, Wednesday evening, Feb 1st. Drnytll: FLA. Klcctrlo lleatingl'ade.' Jacksonville, Florida. Park Tllfori. J
Tickets for sale at Penney & llran- Can - - -- -- -
supply -
anyone on the East: Coast with . - -
pings/ $1.011 and ;;cts. Children, Draylng hauling: ,:. of alH inds prompty .
There will bo a grand street r'UctH'1 attended to. Meets all trains Stove: . .HORSES; ::MULES lIAUXESS:. . THE ADVOCATE OFFICE

body and concert Invited at 3:30: p. m., to which wood t for sale at all times.E. ,' and single. or double Buggies and Wagons, at reasonable rates. JOB PRINTING

11. HoLTEJf .
Tltusvtlle. .
,S (V, WRITE IlIJt"at above address.

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..NON. .over* of the oyster are now having all GEORO MAUX. JOHN MARX.
"- blvn.lv8&Ibey wish to !gather, the low

EAST. 1-.\ler.unities.having exposed them in great 1.VI. ]E T]BE tC>S._

************ 'I ho launch no Moy (>. Ronald, own.
: : n.ison Hodgsons' ways this week Corner Day and .1 i \tiles Sts.. JACKSONVILLE, FI.A.'VIIOJ..l.S1IJE ,
eT ... ;: overhauled. This In ono of the
' Nt3wcv Notes .test vessel on the East Coast.
Corps of East Coast: : I'lio Rev. L. D. Day, of Sanford, Keot-
of the Church of the Holy Cross, of
.it ,'ity, will be the guest of :Mr. and
0000/0N000/000eNe0e0.0... \ : h. Gilbert\ on Sunday IUxt. nnd hold Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

I>IMCOS at 7 o'clock 1'. tit. All luvitud.Mi .

Melbourne. I [ Ruddlinan la now putting \II'| the
j ) ot I 11 now launch to \be used in tow. \Io.'.il Agents for Indian: River & LakeVoith I'liu-npplo Asssoclatlon.
his new houseboat. Tho work Is S"Il\lulI fruit and vegetables. Our f.iellitUm for cautiaat
join : handling perishables
I I ; 111, done In Hodgsons' yiud. 'I'1 h.)veil-
r SubscriptlooeforthuADvocAri will have a four h. p. motor for her bo "cIUalt'J In this inaiket.
of the East Coast will bo
io pink paper ; of :
rived at the Melbourne Poatofflco.i : :.Vimo' of"Hotel power.8Iun.11I'lItll/( have (lad \WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED

HARD< W O'UDE.-Ren' EB5.tPotnry \ tine time on the It.in.in.k" liver, on ., ,
'iiiillo .and Coiivevanccr. Agent for sterna, ? .. I \ bringing: homo n quantity of game. --
I iverpool and Ix>ii..,and l I Hartford( : ::
'''''' s. Wilson and Willoutt wore In tin
*'Ire Iimuriie Companies. ,Sperliil 1 attention u THE SINGER MANUFACTURING] CO.
buicl to the Interests <>t non resilient*. \', Capt. DunkU managed: the
at ; : boat used oil thin tilt ,

file East Const Chautauqua will begin; \ ,..nl'olding' \ name down at the large' Are now ircllliiR: Sowing Machines OV HAHY i'AYMJEXTS.

II' >>n Feb. 13th: with an excellent ; / sutbloof Mis. Treutlvr, II'HtV,'I.k,
a { M one, about 1(1( feet. No serious\ re-
laude Beaujoan went to Ormond on [
;- will follow thu I\c'Ill'llt,1\1I\1 the
aceday, to witness the Ormond-Day.a 'ng ,,11111"011 bo ready for HMO.Tl'o Our IMroet ItI'pl'08t'ntl\llvo Is nt your service;
races. : Drop us a card mud ho will call on you
dedication of Ht. I'.vuls M. 1.:. ,
aptaln K.V.. Beaujean took a jolly ,'h. on Highland; avenue, occ\llT."I : SEWING MA( i11NES SOLI> Olt II1l1': '';\). From. 10 to :-JO! percent discount
ray to Melbourne Beach last Monday, : :-inlay lust. Thnliulldiiig'waseiowt allowed for oM machines. All makes. of Machines( Repaired
[[upend the day on the beach d to me doors by u very interested coi Needles, Belts, Etc, for All Kinds of Machines.
br. Inches and the Rev Hlllage Walk- / ['itlon., This church is commodious, --- --- - -------

left Monday, for a cruise up the river be \ I finished throughout: and II credit I 10 DO NOT USE POOR OIL:-For HSOon sowing machines, writIng .
[intending to go as far as Ormonil.s \ town. The Roy J. B. Hawk Is its machines, bl"yolll"llIIcl all pmpoxes roqulilng! a line luliileiint, the
'' ) 1'tM"lIt pastor, and resides! at the ueigl) bust Is cheapest In the cud (ivnulnu MMiKIt' : OIL can only bo obtained .
F. M. Ringler; of Overton Neb., .... town of Melbourno. at linger I: ( nture.it.AUIWKSS .
pleasant addition to the happy f.imlJin at ( ____ __ __ ,__
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the Carleton cottage for tile Inter / '

and Mrs. F. B. Lawrence and little I Is displayed by ninnyix man enduring ('(('OA. VLOUIDA.liepnlied .
a, Robert, enjoyed a day's outing to .... of accidental cuts, wounds, briilm-,
BlbourDe Btoch, Monday" going over I ..", soaliln, sore feet or HtilV Joints
the launch, the Jessie Ii.Ir. / I hero's no need for It, Ituokleu'\ C>:rgnI1S. Cu".gnI1S, C>:J.-g.UJ.1S: ,

alve will kill the pain ami cur -mivlo, to M"ulI.llIkoJ now. Tilco t... Drop us a card when yon 111\9'Ot
and Mrs. J. J. Finch] of Fort Ann, '
> tioiibloM. It's tho bust Salve nn
,Y. lu'eIe arrivals at Hotel Carle' work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK, COCOA KLA.
th for piles fun t(.i o, lit tilt tied
These pleasant people visited Mel- .. I'liarinaoy, Tltusvllle, Kla.
>rne nod Melbourne Beach some yearsr. :
on : ; Take out yourFire "**-)

and Mrs. Porter and two charm. \ Melbourne Beach.

K daughters, of Chicago; arrived on I |
[unlay, and have rented the Moore Insurance
)Mi-Kd.uues nnd \\\liltiiu
ape: on New Haven avenue, for the ;
Bon.Clio ' a very pleasant day with lends
I 3i ulboune'I'uesday.
Denros Dr. F. II. IIo\1 hton's on lit tho following Loading Companies! : ..;
lie.in took of winters
Cant Joan 1plll'ly
jdsomo floating home and dental rare ", from MditiiMirnu! to In QJ---- :
has been anchored In Crane cieek II Tropic --_ _, 0
launch tho ",It'S,1 lo It.
I past week where the doctor has had Tlio (Liverpool London\ hobo "f
umber of visitors. / ( Mi. Singleton, who has boon gpcsdtug:: Firu! InsurancuCoI .

mong the late arrivals at the Brown wuoks down III Dade county has d. '('110 llartfonl\ Fire'' Insurunee Co.
: u mod, to Molbouiuo Hunch.Mr. ,{ Tlio .Kina: InsuraneoCo.
bio are :\1 r. and Mrs 1 \V. Uerkhaus-
J of Omaha Neb.; J. II. Beckham and and Mis. Chas, Ballots and bullion, Tin ('onllnent.al Fire Insuranoo Ce.y .
t. Llpsey, Atlanta; and Mr. and Mrs.xlford ) Itl1 their friend, 1(1'11.Ve"t, were cull- 'Ilio' Homo Insurance Co. of X. YjTtiu .
o I'ittsburg, Pa. \ on old friends, at the !teach the 1'lnunix Fire Insuraiicii of tho week. The) ,Klieuian's fund l Insurance Co.
ho Bazaar of Nations, given by the 'llm PCl1l1AylvlIlIllIn"lIrll co Co.
ies' Chautauqua Aid Society for the : Major Graves spent several hours very ', 'I'lio Jooivin lloinn InsnniiK'o' Co
befit of the Auditorium f\1nd. in fast ono day this week, on board ,v'" Norwich Union Klro" Insui.ineo! Ho.
|timing shape. It will be the finest I ")011101'," while Dr. lloiighum, put The Northern AsHtnancu Co.
crtainment of Its kind ever attemptedthis : .. mast icatotN lu condition to eat Niagara Khu hstsuu ration (h,.
part of 'lorlda. The posters at !beef." 'liio Koeliestui,' (:ernutu hue Co.

Notwithstanding, we have not; been -, -- --
)' "Indian Itlvor woathur," wo < I----- '<
bad parties almost every day.
HoproHonted) by-
Oiclei'T. party of twenty six were hero on
rc\"y\ from Sliarpes. !\fl'. Maunders: \ ::z.v.JOrt.C1-.A.N': : d:3: W..I.1..LTpN"
{ thom in his lino launch,"Dell. "
H. ," TJt"t.1.s'V":11I.o" : : .:JI.C: >:J.-J.Cln.
The H. ,
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Mrs. Gillis and daughter, Mrs. Stick- ---

cutertainud. the Aid! Society, of the Eden. J) Troubles.' ,
!\ church on \Vednesday! ,
Admiral transporting thorn to and, It Is exceptional! to .find a family

Corner : the !Ilonch. Dr. Hough ton and Dr. Thin work on 8.1'\ Tnvl( ..' /line store Is where are lit) dunreslin! ruptures occasionally
but these can bo losHoiH'd by having

were the only gentlemen of the progressing very aIHllllnctol'ly.PoleIlNI'M. .
Dr. '
The latter gentleiiiitit ban .boon King's Now Llfo 1'llls around.'
Miller and Webster. havo gone Much tumble' they save by their groat
for 11'0.1 his
)( carpet on plat-
J: .ville down the river on another lulling til work In
acsor: ., and while crossing the river, he p. Stomach and Liver tioublns.
\ his opportunity and took up a Mrs. Ilinson huts bonn entertaining her They not only relieve you, but cure
a.'io; Rod.
.. Kostilt-next Sunday ho will sister and thruo eliildron for the bust at Cross I'harancy1'ituavlhie.
on the "rod carpet" as lie preaches two weeks
of his /good sermons, lint bo not South
F. II. Richards has completed( repairs Rockledge.
(' Indies, the )Doctor will not lent
T=::W S'I'O' :: until he walks to his pulpit safe on the condition.Mr Kdun: ( .wharf, and It is now In H -

a red carpot.
------ --- anal Mrs. H. 1<'. Webb ..In.1Ir"! Nearly everybody In this section roads,'
John Miller went to Whltn City Junction the newsy ADVOCATK.
Saved From 'IVrrlldo Dcntli.
.:: : :: :: Tuesday last, to visit Mr, nnd Mrs.lioblriMon. Miss Myra Williams vlxlCod Mrs 1C.M. .
: The family\ of l\Irll.JI. r.I liobbltt, of lireosu the first of the week

e :powerless, Penn to,save saw her.her living The most anal J. It. Lo'l.'oiirnonii, and' wlfo made nl John Kendlg: and wife had n party of
and leasnnt l launch trip up tilt /Ht.: Lucie friends. visiting thorn on Tuesday.
The ] physicians every remedy Itlver 'tar II. W. ItlcUard's,
following prices are given TO ) as as pl.ico
(' failed, while consumption was last Monday.A Mrs. !M. C. Salmon end Mrs II. R.
these prices sold to merchants. but surely taking )her life In Cavort aro on the sick list thin wuok.
terrible hour I>r. King's/ New Dis number of our young people were
Send' P. O. for Consumption turned despair the[ /guests of Walter Illlllur( Jensun, last J. H. Coats wan nt Ilrantley IUlt'week,
joy. The llrst bottle brought/ ",.-rno- Saturday evening, at a social party, and putting up the crop of oranges on 1IIHII1")1II'e' ;
relief and Its continued use com Lad; n very pluasnnt time. place.J. .

cured her. It's the most certain Mrs. 1\[. A. Curtis, accompanied( l 'I>, O. Frnns, connty s'lrvoyor, was' ) liars
Fancy Carolina Head Rice,. . . . . . . : : in tho world for all throat and her Mister, Mrs. Caroline Otto nrrlvudWcdnosd.iy I Wednesday, doing some surveying
this is the 80 quality. troubles. Guaranteed Bottles 0c.( evening to spendtlewittier for M.. C. balinon.
$1.00. Trial Kettle free at Ked ,
at her charming home on Netlioiby C. J. Root, after a few weeks'
[ Coarse or Fine Grits. . . . .. . .. . . . : :) 1'harmacy, Tltusvllle, Fin. Miintatlon. with his mother and sister, left for stay hllionia .. t .

Corn Meal,. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Work on Mrs. Thomas Y.. Hlcbnrdit In Ilrlstoi, ( onn., last week
Fort Pierce. residence U. progressing nicely, In spite( A large party went In Mr. 7elkerk' tl
Corn Meal, yellow. . . . . . .;. . . . : ; ) of the crippled. carpenters. M "Kra, launch to church ut Kockledge, on Hun-

Graham Flour, any quantity . . ,. . : : Mm. Ilarclee, of Jensen, was a pleasant with Ichards bruised and and Webb sore. both Ilanlh.lielrig laid up day, and enjoyed the service very much I

In town Tuesday Earl Rauck our new photographer
Rye Flour . . . . ,
A. C. Dittmar returned from Rev Mllledgo Walker made his faro- took A number of views of Mrs. Inca:
Sunday, well visit this List Sabbath.Ye '
Whole Wheat Flour h . . . . days' visit f in Jacksonville. place: Hmltli's residence and orange grove on t'i I
are sorry ho found thin work too Tuesday. .
Sam Stewart, of Bovine was visiting lard for his. strength Ha liad made
Fancy Sugar; Cured hams mild cured J brother, Monday and Tuesday. nitny warm friends during Ills brief stay. II, 'Miittbowti'' new Il\lIncl1l1rrlve.1
guaranteed equal to any on the market hero last Krlday. It U n bounty, and
Messrs*. Paxton and II. I. Klopp were I Messrs. Kacoy, WllluH and. Miller, reurned .. was> built by the Matthews lioat Co., of
Fancy Breakfast . . .
Sugar Strips. un.llwith their f.imllieH
spending ) Sunday night after a very sueisnful \ Nascent, O. 'I

II u Boneless . . The Franklin Bros., li.iye the outside ( 1 hunting trip. They brouglit I Bright It. I'axton and Ills charmingwife
all done on W, J. Nesbltt's rosl- home much small ,game, but the deer after a month's visit tu hUpaieijU,
Picnic Hams, Fancy Sugar Cured. . . . . I were too quick\ for them, they Haw II f toon Mr. I\odlUr". II. I). Paxton, returned to I
but could shoot tburn.
not get to at
I Kev.: Mr. held services in the their home In York, 1'it.A. .
Shoulders English Cut, Fancy Sugar Tompkles 'hey went !back Monday to bare another
I ( church last Sunday: morning try at them.Another L. Averill took party, Monday) I
Pure Kettle Rendered Leaf Lard l) . evening, to largo congregations on bis launch, to Melbourne Beach consisting
in 3, 5, 10 and 50 lb.,tiers J 5. ', of our dear old friends linn : ot Mrs Averill, Mrs.. Itnlla Poole, .
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jennlngi halve: ulio
to rest. as
gone larger,
Corned Beef! finest packers. . , . .per deepest sympathies In the I loss of was lovingly called, foil asleep Saturday Mrs. II. H. Kldd, and Miss: Loulso M. I\
,ir little baby, which died' Monday and morning. bhe was loved unit respected
Chipped Beef,. . . . . . . . . . . buried at the cemetery Tuesday. by the ontlro community She wait Mrs. H, Mcl\ Porter, of Dayton.i: ban t i Ir

| Toml\toes.ltaodard. fresh pack, ) .II ontractor Chns. Boy kin .net with a never so happy a* when" she was, helping sold a lot Just north ot Mr. Averill, to \ ,
only 5 cans to a customer )5" ) accident,Tuesday morning, while onio busy boua-wife with her sewingor D.tnlel Holmes, of Norwich N. Y.. who 't
., klna{ with gasoline: engine: In L'l:. M.:. making some beautiful piece of will\ erect a nice residence and othurwlso t I
Maple Sprqp,made from pnre maple )l 1 shop. Ills foot got caught In the embroidery for a fried', every homo Improve the property.
I sap direct from the maple forests ) per .. and he will probably loose soma nearly on the Midge lum nonie specimen Uncle Joe Xulklrk bought. staunch N
Ids toes. of her lovely work, and every little girl .
l Grape: Nuts, . . . . .. . . . per has a stack of doll clothe which her launch last week, and to give; It good. ;
Messrs Goodwin &: Durkeo have '"en dear band had maile. liar wish, was test, took a party to Ocoanust on Tuesday f' I
consisting of .Jere Xelklrk and! wife
utlo'f the new pOHtofllce insldi, mil to die quietly and without making any t
Mr. and Mr*. Zimmerman Mr. and Mr t
'. and have' also addfil a third en I' of trouble ono, and It leemocl that *
d "" to the Episcopal, church, which tile dear Lora granted It. blur sons Carpenter, and Mm. Ann Hopples. :
dress II present to the church from ti,,,se who will miss her dear presence so sore --- 1

contractors. Many thanks. by, as well as all the other relatives, The many friend of (L. 11. Ilnusan }
hate our deepest sympatliy. Engineer: L. E. & W. ft. R., at present I
In Lima 0. will be to .
The H H. ----- living , pleased
Stop It. Fatal and bladder! troubles: know of his recovery from threatened ;
kidney : can
neglected t oulb'or cold may load to always 1 bo the ofFoley's kidney disease. Ho writes { won 4 '
prevented by use
cured by using FoleY'1I Kidney Cure
bronchial troubles
or lung Kidney Cure MoM\ by Red .' I
take chance. when Foley's Honey' which I recommend to all, especially
l\Ln.il : Tar affords perfect security from Cross Pharmacy, Titullvl1le, lla. trainmen who are usually similarly *" ''jaltllated. .!I

FY.Or :FIb..A.; ei iou elect of a cold. Sold by K'dosit ." Hold at tile Red Cross That.ii4cy : i
.A..C SQN"-TLLE . (;I I'Jiarmacy, Tltusvllle, Fla. The ADVOCATE print all local tew. n Tltusvllle, Jo"a. ,I .


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i :;
L sugar producing plant which so tar

1 ai J. as demonstrated can be profitably -

grown. r. Beach Club Cafe.

l Suggestions! of interest more purlieu

1 larly to farmers who grow sorghum for
: sirup for home use and local markets (Incorporated)

; v CORN FIELDS are found In bulletin 8S of the South OPEN JANUARY 15TII.
t ARC GOLD FIELDS Carolina experiment slat Ion at Clem- of Hotel Poinciana\ Palm Beach
II J Adjoining: grounds Royal on the nut'th.
\ son college. The bulletin
'! to the farmer who under- varieties, the number if stalks per

!" stands how to feed his I acre, time of_ planting and fertilizers 1 a M Oyy ,rAli"ir Breakfast, Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours

h crops. Fertilizers for Corn ,' 1 (

p must contain at least 7 To Cure a CoM in One Day ; fi First-class Chef, Cuisine and Service.

:. i per cent. actual- Take LAXATIVE Druggists reliiuiC Bnovo the QUININE money! Tablets if I It- +. t- ; . C>pen.:: "to 1\I.JCnL: : "bers Only 0 .

falls to cure. KV.. Grove's signatureIn r VdF Orders received for Dinner.Parties ot any number at all hour.
I' each box. lir) c. Ked Cross Pharmacy.
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Potash -- -
., / 'VJ.S'1' ALM In ACII. -
t u Send for our book*-they -

tell why Potash Is as necessary Rather than say nothing, men are
to plant life as sun and rain; content to speak, III of'themselves.A The Narcissus Cottages MAIUpN and COBXKI.IA.:
; sent free If you askWnte
I toclay.GERMAN. proud man run never be a loser- -
\ KALI WORKS no, not even when be renounces his 'r ,01, Jfe Narcissus Street, West Palm Beach, Fla

b (2! New York-P.I Nan/ma/ street, of pride.It Rates: $2 60 to $:J.tjO per day. Special rates by the week.

Atlanta,Ca.-..>4 South Broad StJSB Is much less' for a man's honor to Fronting on Lake Worth with attractive view of the Palm Beach shore

distrust his friends. than to lo deceivedby Delightful, airy rooms. Electric lights, hot and cold baths, and all modem
tmCII9: : co conveniences. Table service the best. Small:: children not taken
-- --- - them. . Tri-Weekly Sailings. .
I"pppople have the wisdom to like MRS. L. D. HOSKINSON, West. Palm Beai, )Fla) ,

ALFALFA IN ALABAMA. reproofs that would do 'them good better ----
than praises that do them hurt.It .
, The l'rlo..II..1 AilmntiiKfM of Fall
and 8i.rliiM. SowiiiMf '...itrn Ntelt. Is with true love as with ghosts Calling at Charleston, ) LaGrange-Seminole WEST PALM P-EACII, FLORIDA.

;By J. F. DUOOAH, Alabama KxperlmentStation. and apparitions[ u tiling that everybodytalks ,
: of and scarce anybody bath seen, The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service Opposite Royal PoincIana on Lake Worth Rates $2 )per day, 51 1 j" per

Alfalfa bus been HiicroHHfully' sowed Tho most illsintcre'Ued love Is, after week and upward. Most popular, up-to-date, and best tableRenovated soutl

:In .Alabama both in the early fall and all, but a kind of bargain/ In which the The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. new throughout electric lights) baths hot water supply.

lu the early spring Tht principal nd dour I love< of our own selves always Direct Service Between Under management of GEO. C. LaGRANGE,

vantages: of full sowing are the following Othol'-ltodl4'l'ul1I'lIuLI.opoNiM to be, the giiiner:: some way or Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. -Hotel LaGrange. 4CD-411 West 57th St., New York-

1'"Jrllt.-A )larger\ yield of hnj obtain (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)

Jible the Ill's) wiiiuincr. >JjUOO Reward $ <)<>' 8KMI-WKKICLY SAILINGS: Hotel Hibiscus PnJ.D1: ZOoxol3L, JT'lorIda
Boc'oud.: 1.1'MH of the Southbound... .... .. ........... .. . .. ..... . . .... .... ..... ..... ..from Lewll Wharf Boston"forthbound ,
ilangpr hurliiK The readers of this. paper will be .. ... ... .. .. ...., ... .... .. ... .'... ...from foot of Catherine Street Jacksonville
alfulfii overtiiKoii and< crowded out by pleased to learn that there Is at least --- Beautifully situated on Lake Worth; among the cocoanut trees Fill! |

crab grass: unit wrtln.. me dreaded disease that science has St. Johns River Line. minutes walk from railroad station. For excellence of cuisine and aenta:

'l'hh'II.-UHl! of H'liniM In pre Unrationfor been able to cure In all its stages: and Clyde the Hibiscus. Is without a peer among the moderate price hotels of Florida

alfalfa In AiiKiiHt nml September that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is (DeBary Line.) COME AND.SEE FOR YOURSELF

"when they would not be employed! In tho only positive cure known to the medical BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE: AND SANFORD. ___ __ u_ __ ___ ___

.preparing for the usual crops. fraternity. Catarrh being/ counlltnlonal Stopping at PaUtka, A.tor. St. Francis Here for,1 (DeLand), and intermediate landings EILTMOKE N. C.
The chief udvantiiKcs of spring BOWIng disease, requires a constitutional on the at.John's Klver.Commencing '
treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Tiieidny November Iff, 1 '
are on follows:
internally, acting directly upon the STEAMERS".JAOKSONVlLLK"ainl"FK121VK 1)'K: elAllY.
1.'h'l.It.-I"rl't'llolll from risk of winter BILTMORE X. C.
) ,
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys- Are appointed, to Bull as follows: Leave Jacksonville, dully, except Saturdays. 3:30 p.in. Kenlolworth' Inn .9SEA1t
killing, to which full noun alfalfa especially tern, thereby destroying the foundationof Returning, leave "Sanford, dally. except Sundays, at UU a. lu.F. : A8R&VI1.LE.OPEN .
that sowed late, Is liable.Kecoiul. the disease and giving the patient S..utb-ltem..J North.lI..und

-Opportunity to sow alfalfa strength; by building up the constitution lead down SCHEDULE. head. III'

.after cotton the best of the hoed crops and assisting nature In doing tin work. ; Leave. 3 all p. m. ... ... ... .... ..... ..Jackntmvlllc. .... . .. ............ .. .. Arrive :9 IHJ a.lII. THROUGHOUT THE YEAR.
Ito ft. 'lie proprietors have so much faith In Leave 945 p. mu ............ ..............Palatka. ......... ......... .. .... .. leave II CO p. att.
a, precede Leave.. 31M) a. m. ........ ......... ... ... ... Actor .... . . ... ....... ..... Leave 'JIf: p. m.
'TlJdrtl.-Usunl better condition of the Its curative powers, that they offer One Leave 4 30 a. m. .... ....... ........ ......Ht. ...rancl ... ... .. ...... .... .... ... Leave 21MI I" In EDGAR B. MOORE, I'ropiletor
: Hundred Dollars for any case It falls to Leave ... ....... .. ... .. ...Herenlord (UeLand).. ... . ... ..... ...... Leav, MINI p. m.
land, for plowing In December and cure. Send for list of testmonlals. Arrive 83O'a.lII. .. . ......t. ........ ...... S..lIlor'I.. .. ... .. .... .. .... .. ...I..avel30a.0I..
January than In August and I F. J. CHENEY &': CO"Toledo A\'rlv8 10:0(1: ( 5. al............ .. ..............Enterprtae........ ...... ......... .. Leave 1000 a. In.

I her 'Sl'ptem'l I ," 0. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. NEAV YOKK.: _

Each reader must contrast these opposing 1lrr Sold by Druggist/ 7c.;
In the Pills .IROVMONUKR, JR.,Asnt. Oen.Pans. Art.|: 122 Went Hay St..Jacksonville Fla.
ailvuntiiKL'H light of his the best.
11111'1Falll1ly are W. O. COOPER, Jr., Local Frt.Agt. Jarksonvllle O. P. LOVKLL, Superintendent Jacksonville.
own conditions" Hy far the larger proportion -r--- foot Hogan Jacksonville., Fla.
\ of If If'i A.C. HAOKRTY, Oen1 Eattfn Pann. A(t. New York CLYDE M n.SF., Oen. Frt. Ant., New York. Hotel larlborough
u u sowed In Alabamaon
A 'lit! Still" Club. TEED O. KOKK: General Manager. WM. H CLYI.: & 4:0.: General, Agente.Chewebrough .
prairie; Hulls Is put In after f.'hrlst-; The Sit Still' club was recently organIzed | HuiltlinK lit State St., Opposite Battery Fark, New York. ,

,, ', mo.4, which suggests: that this Is gen- nt Lincoln Neb., by well known C. II. WALTON. Agent, ..TItusville Pla. Broadway 30th and 37th Streets New York.
erally the most convenient time. Some business andprofessional. men. says a u .. __ _ __ _ _
; sears it la the only practicable; time.l' dispatch from Lincoln. The object of 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirety with electric lights.:; Afiistj j
the ground, being too dry and hard In class, up-to-date hotel, centrally located. Conducted on American and European
the club Is the Improvement of streetcar and Is under the of the -
plans, managed personal supervision SweentyTlerney
l'r 1 the early full. Several extensive growers facilities. The members) say that Atlantic Coast Line R'y. Ilotel .Co. E. M. TIERNEY, Manager. |

I < of alfalfa who MOW chletly In the the street cur company Is not operatIng .. ._
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spring nevertheless a u)reference -
; express enough cars to accommodate. traffic .
for fall sowing when there Is sufilclent .
on Its lines and they propose to The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
f: moisture for thorough preparation compel' nn Improvement In the serviceby
I on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November
and for wowing early lu the full.
declining to surrender their seatsto
'L Full) sowing should occur ut n date women when the cars are crowded. TO THIS 13AST. ':.. i=..=..ii.: : g, :P1'lZm.b11Zg'::: : ,

early enough: to permit the roots topenetrate maintain that the will
They company Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston, Richmond and Washington, thence
deeply before freezes: begin -
i never Improve the service until women via the Pennsylvania Railroad.
stud thus to anchor tlio plants against agitate the question and demand an and general) repairing: of all kinds.

I lieavlng. Not only are young alfalfa:
Improvement, and they believe that TO TIlE WEST.1'he .
I plants easily heaved or lifted out of women will take vigorous action when Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. Leaders Gutters, Stove Pipe, Etc., made'to order. Pipe Fittings, EtcDusliJess
the soil by alternate freezes" and thaws, t They find that men will not surrender

but the very young pAuitu are other- heir seats to them.nor .
wise and more directly Injured by BO- ..
t Nero cold following mild! wentlier. -- Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Philadeldhla Bos
ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington/ and Baltimore. Via Savannah Promptly Attended To-
.t. In central Alnbimm would
we recommend -
i F ThiJrltBabies' Rod Merchants' and l\lInera''l'ransporttRlon Company for Balti .
that tall Mowing/ be done If more and Philadelphia.

practicable) from Sept. 15: to Oct. 13,
i tho earlier Address or call on GEO. J. WHITE Titusville, FlaPeninsular
with the for
preference partof TO KEY WKST AND HAVANA.Via .
I thls'IOl'lol1.hllo' a date its late as
Peninsular & Occidental Steamship
.Nov. 1 occnalounlly gives success, the Company.
l' risk: of winter killing Is then too great.If Connection Made at Jacksonville forall Points _n _ _ __ ___
\' alfalfa cannot bo sown before Oct. .'
15 lu central Alabama wo would rec.onimend -
that sowing be postponed uu- Fat is of great accountto MILKAGK TICK12TM.Interchangeable and Occidental Steamship Company.]

1 411 March. mileage tickets good over 13,000) miles of among the principal -
\ a baby ; that is' why railroads In the southern states are on sale by the pl'lnclpalngent8. MimVINTKU SCHEDULE NO. 8.1.
Subject to change and Individual\ postponement without not'ce.
PopularIn F..tll..r. For reservations and information apply to of the A. C. L.
1 babies are fat. If :30111 agents or write, Port Tnmpn-Key Went-IIavaiin Line.
Louisiana two fertilizers. have becoiue FRANK C. ROY LSTON. Hist. Pass Agt. W. 1). STAR
; Trav. PASS. Agt. ( Key: ,,'eRt.)
.. extremely popular ami are extent baby is scrawny, Scott; 138: West Bay' St., Aster Building! JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Effective from Fort Tampa, Fat la.. fnuraday, April H, 1I)4.()
lively u"ell-vl, tankage and a mix H. M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager." W. J. CRAIG Gen'l. Pass Agent. I.v I'ort Tampa.SunTueeThurs..til:40pm: Lv1avana..s..TueeTlnireOt. ssl"a
turo of cottonseed meal and phos Emulsion 1 is what ho WILMINGTON N, C. Ar Key Went . ...!Mon, \Vurt. Frl... .. OtfOpin Ar Key Went,.... :rueB.Thurll"lItI.v (
F hey'Vellt..J\ton. Wed Frl... . 8:30: pm l\ey'V".t: .. .....Tuell..url.t.. I '
phate. The mixture, made In different ,-- -.. -- ..- Ar Havana..... ..,Tues,Inure Sat . . 6UIuiu: Ar I'ort Tampa.' ..WodFrl, Sim 1.DOPI
proportion to suit different wants. The healthy baby
crops upon DI1am1
-Key AVeBt-Uavnnn Line.
different soils Is very extensivelyused fat what it doe SE..A.JBC>..A.1R][> (Touching: at Key West.)
all over the state and gives! general stores as Effective from :!Miami }'I..., nailing Thursday. December 8, JnC4.

:i satisfaction. It also furnishes AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Lv Miami.....Sunilnys Thursdays.... 9:00 am Iv Havana .,Mondays, Friday IeF
not need immediately rot Ar Key Wett..SundayeThnredave..10a)0pm:() Ar Key Went..Mondays, Friila\a, ?au
these two Ingredients (nitrogen and Lvley '\'Went.Sundays.Tlmnidaya IHI pin LV Key West..Tuesdays, tmtunlava I:
phosphoric acid) In their cheapest and bone and muscle. Fat( Ar Havana. MomUys, Fridays.. . ... 7'Wuiu:: Ar :llI..ml.....,Tuesdayn Saturd.i: >- p


Tankage extensively used under babies: are happy ; they ik WASHINGTON BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK Effective from Miami, Fla.: January II, 1005.
sugar cane. It contains from 4 per Lv Miami.. ....1\T<;Inday., Thursdays ...11:110: pm Lv Nassau....Wednesdays, Saturday "]jjt
not they rich Ar>"ansau. . .Tuesdays, Friday. .. .... aoo: pin Ar :lliaI1l1... .Thursda>.,81111<((11)!'
cent to 12 percent of nitrogen and 0 cry ; are . Three Elegant Trains Dally .
1 Effective from Miami f la., Monday January 30, 1ool
per cent to 20 )per cent of phosphoric their fat is laid for Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. LvJlflamt..lIton.'Ve.l. Frt ....... 3:00pm I.v NasHau.. ....Tues, There Sat Y J
-add. It la a mixture of blood meat, up Ar Naeeau. ......TUBS, Thurs, Bat. .... 6:30am: Ar Miami. ...... .Wed Kri, Small

I ,bones etc., of the slaughter' houses time of need. Seaboard Florida Limited. EffectIve from Miami\ Fla..Thursday. April 13, loo .
(11. .(from which the fat has been extract They are LvMIami..Thursdays ... ..._.. 2:00: pin LvNnseau..SaturdayS ( JJ
etl Ar2iaai. >au.......... Fridays. ........ .9:30: am Ar;Miami.......,.. Sundays, '
) dried and pulverized. Its! compo- happy because MODERN PULLMAN '
they are EQUIPMENT. April
This service will close for the season with sailing from from Miami of Tliursda)
isltlou varies between wide limits The SEABOARD Fr.ORID.l.nIITED Is a solid vestlbuled train 27th, and from Nassau, Saturday Aprll29,1N15.C. : .
whether the blood and meat or the comfortable. The fat surrounds exclusively of New Pullman Equipment-Dining Car Double Drawing, composed Room L. !MYERS Mgr. F, M. JOLLY T. P. A. ED. 1%!. HAFER. Trafflc A.l-

.; bones predominate. It the farmer the Sleepers Stateroom and Observation Cars operating between :St. Augustine and JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -

: nitrogen Is high and If the latter, their little nerves Jacksonville to New York Washington/ leaving St. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and -- -.. ----- - ---- ----- ---
phosphoric nckl. It la the nitrogen Jacksonville* 1 :::!O p. m., daily, including Sundays.
and cushions them. When
which gives It Its chief value, and the ONLY LINE Operating Dally: Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans.

t Larger the ,quantity of this, derived those Mallory LinesSPECIAL
they are
scrawny For Information
sleeper reservations call
: on
from blood or meat (both highly avail any Agent.
able forms of nitrogen), the val hurt Seaboard, or write
more nerves are at
uable It becomes as a fertilizer Neither every A. O. MACDONELL, Asst. Gen. 1'ass. Agt. S. C. BOY LSTON, Pass. Agt.

( the nitrogen nor the phosphoricacid ungentle touch. They JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.FOLEY'S .

I in bones Is readily available on ==cc ____ __ _ ___ - - PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

= most of our noils. Hence lu buying delight in Scott's Emul- 60 YEARS'

> tanknge great: care should be exercise sion. It is as sweet as EXPERIENCE and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.

to obtain ns Urge: a nitrogen content -NO OVERCROWDING

i' as possible wholesome to them. IMPORTANT STATEROO:MS)ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED ontk'
Fish scrap) mIght also be Included under UHinn 1 lei
, i this bend, since It contains onlyIf' 8hlpBt as no tickets will be sold exceed the numberof I
t nitrogen and phosphoric acid Send for free sample HONEYINOTAR or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers I

\ and attention.

[ t Sorchum For Simp. Be .\lr.lh.t this picture in Prevents Serious Results TRADC MA/tlts
, F! Then H probably no more Important the form of a label l I. on ih. COPVRIOMTS *e. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY

!, 1!I 1 plant other limit' the standard Held wrapper Emulsion of you every buy bottle of: From a Gold. quickly Anvnneaendln....,.r'.lo ;a'?. 4eh' tW.. whether ate (See Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union
::1,,' crops grown In the south than sor Invnntlnn ta probably,,".e"t"hl... commune
Remember the .
.trlaUyCOnddellt' ..
ghum. This In particularly true of the na.meF.I.'a cent free. Gldmt HAND8DDK OD patent.Pat.nl; LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS ORTll,
Scott 4. Bowne Patenta taken :trough:: :"Itoun"c
Piedmont and Tar. recely
region U not adaptedto Henry Insist ,
ipn-faK ->flu, without ohiinre, la lb. Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
the growth of sugar' cane nor the Chemist upon having the
. sugar beet. It M nn excellent Scientific Jlm rltan. FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
forage 400.4/J ftart .Itr... THr glees tao, BOO, $I.OO
plant In all sections but III addition to 1.1 Af.v r.,* Pr. A handsomely uin.treted w.....ly. yerre.t etr -
' p rd only by culnUon of any araernee JonniaJ. Through tickets sold to all regardirt'I
T.rm. W a northern points. For full Information
being: one of the chief forage plants POlo .IL tlo d :
5o end S I.00 y Company. Chlcs o. by l h.wda.l.rt tractions offered by no other line tick.U etc., app'/ "I
of the Piedmont region It Is the only -' All MUNN & CO,381''e4way.New ; diagrams, resertatlns, '

Druggist ned Cross1Ph.llnaey. >>......CD UIII_ a r et:Wa.bia.teu,11.c., ARTHUR W PIE, Passover Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet, Jtrtsonflte, FOTM'

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HOTEL . .....................................................
Florida House ST. Al'GUSTINE FLORIDA. .


.. : o1J.1oc'1.g0" INDIAN RIVER, Tlori:: : : ln.
...:- w.., nj: ,__! :.:. ,: ...;7' .._..
{ t. This popular house Is centrally located; has all modern Improvements, In- -- -- -
. <,u..itt ....
iI,1 !
eluding STEAM: HEAT, and more rooms wlthlSOUTHERN EXPOSUREthan I

'.. '., \ any other hotel in town. Accommodates:\O. Rates $:!.5(O to $,'1.50 per 2 RESORT OF FLORIDA. :
- - ---- --- -
-. ,': 4-
., day.
.1"'':'''": : A handsome modern hotel loratrd on the hanks of the famous Indian River, i
F. C. HAYDEN: Manager.
( in the midst of an MVacre boating orlUjlOtrnv". Steam heat In every room, .
suites with bI\UlIllItt'\'l'II; rulnwalor; location conceded by everyone' tho best .*
Jj In Rooklodgo; }':ant Coast Railway depot In the hotel grounds. Oranges: fret :_
Hotel St. George ST. Al'UUSTINK, FLORIDA. to the guosts. Llbt>management/ / mid ratos. Avcommixlutions for 200.J ) +

ns .rut rrn ir I n s. II. PF.CK Manager.! :
Summer Resort-THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL. Petoskoy, Mich. .
ENLARGED AND IMPROVED SIXCE LAST Sl-\: OX' -Il'lIllI"lt; H"MII,,t .>.I i till (J...iii l Ijiko* (..ptu Juno to ti...tohut- +.
Elevator. Steam hoi\t. i'rlvato baths. Ktrst-class, up-to-date hotel. .....................*.................................r
$3 pqr day. Send for booklet.M. '

H. :MONTGOMERY\ :\ of Huestl* House, Saratoga: HOTEL INDIAN RIVER,

Owner and 1'1'l\'lletor.\ ,
Near City Gates and,! Historical| | !' .rt :\la\"lln. :I2 0ol :..lodo" 1"10. .
Select Family Hoarding! House, also '1',1 blt\ 1101"d. Under now itiumtgo-
'; tnent.&.Uates tuodeiate. 1 K. S. IIAYNES.\: Proprietor, Will Open for the Season January 21 st.It .
DGE .b CUr.J.NS: OWNERS AND HUl1lllwltleld ]House, Ocean Grov ','N. J.1VAL.ATKA .
__ h_ _
Is sitll1t1l1rtho\ heart of the orange Growing
DUtilot Itoalintr, Hunting, Fishing Unexcelled.T1IK .

The Graham Hotel, 1'LATIFLOlmu.. : CUISINE[ UNiRR'l'11R :; [ OK( TUB( ': MAN'ACIKR.J. : .

postoflice. Centrally located. =: :::7: Opposite Post Office and Oftlces Ocklawahn and :St. Sohns River Stoii triers. Urahiiger' of KI.tlKRON: ) HOTEL.Klberon : .
Opposite 'fhoroughly repaired and renovated. J. V. JORDAN New York
Only Brick Hotel In the City. Rates : $3:: and $2.30: ; per day. ---. --- --- .. ----

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted. ,.. .. No Hotter Plaoo in the City. "orll'lllIet't: all Trains mid ItoaU.J. .

I K. OA T'f, Proprietor New Hotel. .
and Rocldedge
Rates $2.50 per day up.
U. W. :SPEIUir Proprietor. on) HI:,\lUaa; :ZI::, COOIAL11I44.
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The Seaside Inn OLD SE oOnal.r:,

O'NEAL ., 1 FLA. oi: ?aisisr iDiacjjsivEuiaxt.> :: : : Q-itii.;: ,

Is now open for the winter season, under tie, management; of the owner, Orchestra Casino Etc.
. HAS LEASED THE . HORACK\: F. STKWART. II I\.tme\ and now, situated on I Daytona Bowling Alleys,
Reach, the hotel Is. modem In all Its appointments\, with large, airy, pleas I
ant rooms. overlooking the ocean nnd opposite\, rCeuting's Casino and 1'ior. 1'. A. SHARES, Proprietor.INDIAMOliA. .

ARAGON HOTEL The surf bathing, / unexcelled. Terms moderate. - ._ ..
HORACE 1''. STEWART! Owner and :Manager. .

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is open on the American plan. Rates $:.50 per day nnd upwards I. -- ---- -- -- - -- --- --- ----------------- ---_ OAK COTTAGE INDIANOLA, FLORIDA
The many alterations nnd renovation of the hotel are and It i IH IBA. .
now second tq none In the city. Both cuisine and service unsurpassei L THE CLARENDON SKAllRF.K/K: y : :, ')' : A I'rlvato Hoarding hegira. ., In Iho bountiful villain of Indlanola, on Mcrritt\ )
In the South. Rooms with private bath, $.1 per day and upwards. (Daytona leach) Island. Is open' for the IIHOII. Toinm reasonable. Apply to
A, S. IIIIMP11ItVSIndlanuhtFlit.River .
------ On the beautiful East GIaKtl1U tulles south' Jacksonville. Capacity doubled
by the addition of one hundred now rooms, all connecting with pilyato hath and .
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE hot and cold running/ water In each room. Magnificent; / lo'oyer/lne/ Sun-parlor, new :3IiKltlTT.: ; .
FLA. glass front dinning-room IOU feet In length, facing the Atlantic Ocean. Situated __ _h___ _,______
directly on the blur, overlooking; the famous Automobile taco Course Western -
American Union Telegraph and liooklover's library located In Sun-parlor. Fine Orchestra -
plan. Centrally located. Just built and
opened Dancing, howling, Tennis, liillards. and numerous other sports Spacious View Hotel MKItltITT, FLORIDA..
this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water Garage; skillful mechanics, anti apparatus for charging Eioctrlo Motor Vehicles. ,
Buy tickets F. E. C. ity. to Daytona. The Clarendon buses meet all trains. Jtag- Situated on High Ground I I overlooking the, INDIAN. RIVKR. Surrounded,
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All /gage; checked direct from Hotel. For rates, booklet sad further Information, address by Orange tioos and' a PINK 1.: r'ORK&T.I : lllglu J! Hualthle, Dryest Spot In 1
The Clarendon, :Seabreeze, Fla.
street cars pass the door. Kates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. K. L. POTTER Floiid.i, Eloctilo Light/ Maths. Sulphur Swimming Pool, Fishing, hoallag
Proprietor. (I. H. KNAPPK, Manager
and I Game than the .
mine liny plnoo In State Hooklut. ,
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor.e -- --
IJAY'lONA. W. M. HAIOHT, Proprietor.

New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. EAU: ,1AI.I.II'::.
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-On the American and European Plan: -
Under new management. Newly furnished and renovated. A pleasant
family home. Rates: American Plan, fci.OO: () nnd $2.00; European, SUcts() Hotel Sarno and Cottages KAU LAI.f.IE, FLA.
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. .

II. W. HANCOCK, Proprietor. On time Eau Gnllle and Indian Rivers. Two miles from the mouth of the-
be beautifully located Riverside Hotel, at Green Cove Springs, is under the famous Kaiiana !HI vor. Unsurpassed Duck :Shouting; and Klshlng.' The Hotel.
same management./ and Cottages/ are elegantly flll'nl"he.l.1o'l'eelltollolLn,1 Sulphur: Water Rates, :
$2.l( () and $::4.ro per day; fill, *U: and fll!: per week. Cottages oomplotoly
e furnished for families. J. WATKINH: LEK.

if Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. The Grand Atlantic _. -_- - - .---

19 East Forsyth Street. J h'I4UOUltNI:. ..

Center of City; cool, airy looms; ilrst-class all appointments. The best .

:$2 to $2."iO; American plan house In the city. Open all the year. Europeanplan New Hotel Carleton MKLHOITKNH':, FLORIDA.. ,
U.ovnrd County. .
$1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships, Nea'ral
Finely situated on a high/ bluff overlooking the INDIAN HlVn.liulf .
car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. Daytona, Fla.On and( tlll salt water bathing Hunting und( Fishing./ Sanitary

> plumbing, fttrnaee-bent and gas-light. UItURI: per day. und up.

Corner Special by the week. Private Kaths
the Beautiful Halifax\ River. Only hotel standing In hundreds\ of feet of ----, .. --------------

-Rooms SOcts, 75cts and 1.00 East and South facing lawns. 2,000) square feet verandas. Spacious Oflice Hotel Bellevue -
A first-class Restaurant In Connection. and Sun Parlor Halliard and Smoking room. All conveniences. Cuisine
healthy winter resort on high pino land, overlooking Indian Itlver
J. II. WOLFE, Manager. and service unexcelled. Rates: f2. ," up. Under ownerships management. Rates : U: and upward per day.: Hleell\l I rates per week or Huason. '
-Write for rates toMAI.AM -
, 2:15: West Bay St. JAMES II. JOHNSON A SONS. __ t
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Centrally Located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated.! New Brown House MELIIOURNE, FLORIDA.

Newly Furnished. European Plan.G. Ilrcvard County. tl,
Centrally Located on Now Havon Avenue. Fine View of Indian ltlver-
n. MASON Proprietor. A" and Crane Crock. Good Hunting and Fishing.: Open the year Hound. I ;

ft..., RATES : $2 per day. Special by the week. 1 ,
BlAOJfOWA SPKINGS.Spriza.gfs. (SEO. M1. imoWN", Proprietor.
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:2S rallies south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y, and river steamers.
Open fireplaces In all rooms. Steam heat. Elevator. Electric Lights. Pure Pierce- P1MRCK:, -f
Spring Water. Dry Climate. No mosquitoes. 1Vell-kept Golf Links, Tennis The Gables DAYTONA, FLA The Fort Hotel'FORT f
Fishing, Shooting. Two swimming pools and baths. $1 per day; special FLORIDA. ,
weekly rates. O. I>. :SEAVEY, Owner and Manager. '
MAGNOLIA INN now open. $:: per day. -OPEN: FOR THE SEASON: l)0!) .;-j- :

Located on Volusla Avenue, one block from Postoflice, and two and one- The favoilto with the Northern, sportsmen Finest Fishing, on the Coast; (!

ST AUOUST1XK. half blocks from Railroad Station. Five view of the Halifax\ River. 41.1 pounds of bas and sheephead caught by Rev. W. II. Van twerp and lilt :
Sunny? Comfortable Rooms, Single: or En-suite. Electric Lights and Jiaths.TAIILE i
on, of New York, In five days' this season. Deer, Wild Turkey and Ducks In If'1

UNEXCELLEDJUII.. N. U. MAcGRIFF, Prop. abundance Beet boats and guides. Everything\ \ (Irs$-clnss., Rates $:J.0! and 1 )

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[otel \ ST. AUGUSTINE,
Magnolia 'J'ITUS VI I.I.B. A. K. McMULLEN, Lessee and Manager. J
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Sembler Cottage TITI'SVILLE, FLORIDA. Almond Boarding House, FORT PIERCE:, FLORIDA. (

Splendly equipped In every respect; ;30 suites with! well appointed private First-class board at reasonable' rates, can be secured at the Almond Private f.,,",
baths; accommodations for 300 &guest; 4, the sun; beautiful grounds surround the entire house; orchestra furnishes RATES: moderate means. Favorite Hoarding House of Fort Pierce. 'i;

music twice daily Rates: $2.50; to j.OO per day. Special weekly. Two doors from F. J:. C. Railway i Syulon, Tltusvllla.Mitt. J. D. AI. IO-llJ. ,:'i I

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7 Corner Lemon and laiD Streets. ,
-IfOTtDln6 First-class able Good, Sunny Koorns. Rates .Reasonable, special .
by the week.
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'I' We On the 20th inst., under "iic. of Florl PEGENTS' FURNISHING HOUSE
guarantee ourWATCHES
da's glorious full moons, Venus and ,
Mars In conjunction and the heavens
? ? I IrR10.u.r. spangled with stars such .n are seer TjtU.SV".11.1.e; F"'J.orj.c1.C\.
,11 ita at night only In thin most .southern of

.. the states, Mr. and MrH. Robert F,. '' : !I,..::. :.:'..:::;:"'_. __I.iffl; ; :13 lli.:
r0 3 Hatch celebrated the fifth (,\"don) wedding '
anniversary of their man I lane.: =OUR LEADERS=
The rooms of their cotr.iL'on Barton .
CC/lo/ tr avenue, Rockledge, \It i'<> beautifully .
decorated by MUm Kldp-h. of Haiti- CROSSE11'TElhvin

.IKWKLKKS A 1I.cItTI'.IIM..Jl more, and Miss Klllott, ..I'l Now York,, r7;
Wulthnni nii WATCH KH. _ _ vines. I Interspersed with red heart
All Htitnfliinl Make -Our 100-page Catalogue mailed on request pierced with white arrows. 50 SHOE r
HlWIIK 111" tocH. ,. Present were sent la durin' the day Chipp 1 Shoes,
***************************************************** and evening, and were an i'iued In a

-- .- tasteful way on the parlor lalile. At t:
I A SAD AFFAIR. o'clock the guests began to arrive from Crossett Shoes, "MAKES LIFE'S
In and out of town. Coo lIltulations
BARGAINS were in order with the wUn of "many
On Saturday afternoon at :11:30: there happy returns." Manhattan Shirts, WALK EASY" y
was a Had accident on the Ormond-Day- Jtetieshinent of Ice cream, angel; and '
tona beach the result being that Mr. fruit cake and fruit were served and '- '1'RAUI.MAJtK! d a
IN GASOLINE! ': Frank II. Crokcr and Chauffeur Victor games; enjoyed until a I late' hour. i E. & "''f. Collars,
Raoul were In their coflina at Ormond Among those present were: Itev. E. O.: Th re's a lot of)
station, when Uio AI>VOOATK editor passed Bartlett, D. D., of Providence\ I R I., in
satisfaction a
MARINE ENGINES. through: Monday afternoon The Lieut. I.. R Paxton, Co. O., :'nd BattalIon Knox Hats,
bodies wore going to New York U. S. Engineers: Washington, D. (1 i shoe which, after months'Stetson
It seems that Mr. Croker wan driving !Miss Helen Rldgely, Baltlmoie, Md. MI' to wear, needs only polish to
bill 80 h. p. /Simplex: machine at a speedof and Mrs. W E. Pierce and Miss Olive Hats, "' look like new."
We are offering npcclal priced for the about 00 miles an hour towards Or- Pierce, Montgomery! Ala., Mr. JohnA.
mond. With him on the machine was Flnke, Lotus Fla., Mrs. W. J. Duncan
tiozt 30 days on- his chauffeur, Ititoul. When about a ,Key port, N. J., :Mls Esther M. And theQueen
mile south of the Ormond l Inn they Elliott, Newburgh, N. Y.; Miss MyraG. .
KNOX, came In Bight of a motorcycle, driven by Williams, Rnckledge; Miss Mary V.
DK.MOOY, Newton Stanley, going lu the same di Paxton, Rockledpe; Miss Virginia. hatch, Quality Shoes
GRANT-FERRIS, I rection. An extra large; wave washed Fort Christmas, ; Miss II. 3i. Greene, I
1 and REGAL up and to escape It the driver of the Nashville, Tenn. ; Mr. E. K.: Hauck, I
motorcycle swerved onto the course of Columbus, 0.: Miss Ruth Hardee, Rock- : for the Ladies '

Merino: :En.g1.n.OS.We : : the flying automobile. Croker saw that ledj.CeIIIIII! Martha\ Greene, Nashville,
a collision was Inevitable aud turned Tenn ; Miss Grace Hardee, Rnckledge;
the course of his machine toward the Mr. J. E. McCouts: Jacksonville; Miss
stock and make sand dunes. The left tire came oil the Mabel Hardeo, Rockledge; T. G. Ronald, You will find at our store a complete line of up-to-date OUR SPRING and SUMMER SAMPLES have jam
carry a largo can wheel and the machine rolled over three Lotus, Fla. GENTS' FUHNI8I1I GS. Every article new and the very been received.I Call and be convinced; I that, without
prompt deliveries.\ Write for prices. times throwing both Croker and Kaoi' latest style. The above articles mentioned, sufficient said,
out, killing the latter Instantly. The A SOCIAL PARTY. as all our customers kn >w that. we sell the very best that ; doubt, we have the finest line ever shown in Titusvllle
Injuries received by Croker consisted money can buy and all others will be convinced when OVER ONE THOUSAND SAMPLES to select from

.Also- a compound fracture of the light leg, purchasing from us. All g.>oda marked In plain figures. We make a specialty of High Art Tailor-Made\ Clothing
both arms fractured In several places Among the social' events of this week Our Motto: "Strictly One Price to All." Send In your 1 r
In this line. We
VAPORIZERS, : Our Mr. O'Neal Is an expert guarantee j
and four
ribs broken. lie
was pickedup was a Muslralo given by Mrs. Adhemar orders-bavin? a complete stock we can make prompt
SPARK PLUGS, and carried to Hotel Urinond, where Brady, of Tltusville, for the entertainment shipment the day the order is received. perfect fit, and the latest style.;

DYNAMOS, five or six: Burgeons act the broken memo of a few of her friends. The program I ..... .. . .-...
MAGNETOS( bers. Raoul's! body was carried to a was well arranged, some of the J-
near-by cottage! Newton Stanley has a pieces being especially tine. Those who
AT COST broken leg an the result of tIle accident. contributed to the success of the occasion PENNEY & $RANNSNG,
The automobile struck his machine
a with, the hostess, were: Mesdames Den-
glancing: blow, tearing: off n pedal; and ham, Prindle, Sondergaartl, Morgan and
The Florida Motor Co throwing the machine and driver several !Miss Daisy Brady. The singing was The Gent's Furnishing House,
feet Mr. Newton Is now at the Railway unusually !good and .muslo lovers always -
FLORIDA.R. Hospital at St. Augustine. 'greet; Mrs. Prlndle and Mrs. "ritu"vjIle; hloll'iIZL.A .
Glittering hopes were entertained. for Sondergaard with much pleasure.
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the life of Croker, but the end came at Mrs. Adhemar Brady, in a charming _ ___ u un u u -- - --
L. :ivrooMLsO w.Pine 0:20:! Sunday morning. Only an hour before style, gave a recitation, appropriate to BIG FIRE AT ROCKAWAY ....................................................
1 he died he asked Dr. Parks If the the afternoon, Adelaide Proctor's "Lost
,. doctors would have him filed up for Chord," after which, assisted by Mrs. 'BEACH, L. I.I i Motet Complete:: :: Li.c..a: .
Monday. Louis Brady, refreshments were served.
Frank II. Croker was the second son for I EVF.R SHOWN IN
The hostess is to be congratulated conll igratlon occurringsince
The largest ==
of Richard Croker. the ox-chief of the success of her effort In thus bringing
i ISI!):!, when -Henaide (RockawayBeach DIAMONDS: ill CUT GLASS
Tammany Hall,of New York. The young together some of the bent talent In
man was twenty-eight yeairt old, of line : Tltutvllle, and It is hoped that others ,) was swept by tire destroying ten SOLID GOLD JEWELRY, STERLING SILVER TABLE-
v I I tbi physique, and pleasant manners.: will strive to be as successful.! Tlie buildings, Including three of the largest ** STERLING< SILVER NOVELTIES, : SILVER PLATED WARE.
For three years he has been au enthusiast guests present were, Mrs. I'. C. Nelson, and finest hotels on the ocean front at
Illyt in the automobile line, and has Mrs K. E. Rollins, Mrs. I.. A. Brady, L. I. the Germanla i The finest line of Sterling Sliver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever
Sea ,
taken part In many notable ruoes. !Mrs. E L. Brady, Mrs. Winston Brannlng Arverne-by-lhe shown In Titusville. '
Raoul leaves to mourn his demise a Mrs Halle Waldorf and Ladrange-Columbia. *
Mrs. A. I) Penney, ,
belief U that the fire was started *: rSPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.
wife, and four children In New York. Mrs. D. B. Piitchard, Mrs. Jan. C. Den
Croker was unmarried. Ills father Is ham, Mis. i''. A. Morgan, Miss Daisy I by a pyromaniac, In three places which G. L. MANDA VILLE. Titusville Fla
In England,; ; and his mother and ulster! Brady Mrs. Win. Prtndle, of Huntington would wipe out the largest and most J .
.. were on their way to Ormond when they West Virginia; and Mrs. Jeppe. popular resort on the Long Island coast, ***************************************************
the 10cII.Iblink.
1 learned of his death. Sondergaard.of Perth Amboy. and part of :a schema to rob
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Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Croker accomplished\ they were seen and soared E. L. :SE..6..D c3z. BRO.
Liquors, Wines, Beers and daughter, and E. J. Conley, a friendof THE AUTOMOBILE RACES. away, the. probable loss being nearly ,
Ales Stout Etc. the family. The automobile 'that $2.-0,000.!: I -DEALERS IN-.*-
In the accident lies at the Oi- The LnGrange-Columbia was conducted
J Send me your orders! figured mond garage. / a'wreck.CHURCH This has been a great week at Ormond by Mr. (>eo. C. LaGrange, for six: GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
TITUSVILLK and COCOA: FLORIDA. nod Daytona, and thousands of people years, who Is now at West I'alm Ueacb,
automobile We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS
races Seminole.
have witnessed the LaOrange-
Fla., managing We deal the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consult
Iukeaud Duchess exclusively
NOTICES. the dedication
every d,,, Including The Columbia was honored at the -
of Manchester, Sir Thomas Dewar, In 1S1KS: by the presence of lIon. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station
Coast Meat Market .
and many others, who came specially Edward Lauterbnch,as guest! of honor; ,
Preaching by the pastor. Rev. W. F. from England to attend the races. among the numerous distinguished orators - - .. - .. - - - - --
O. F. DUREN, Agent. Allen, la the Methodist church, Titus. On Tuesday afternoon, among other were: Ex-Postmaster of Brooklyn, .
vllle, next Sunday evening! Jan. 21)!\ at exciting events, Arthur E. McDonald, Ron Andrew F. Sullivan; the late lIon. Z'. ..GTOTER: 02=
135 7 o'clock. The pastor will give the with his BO-horse-power Napier, took a Cornelius VanCott; lIon Abraham Gru- .
eo r oc morning hour for service toMlms\ and trial for the five mile world's record, ber, lIon. Abraham Levy, Hon. Emanuel -Dealer In-
t w -., will preach there at It o'clock.: Sunday,I and "Al llllhod It all to pieces" Friend, Judge, J. II. McCarthy, Judge .
: .:":a.. school at 10 a', m. McDonald Is young Englishman with Goldfogln, Judge Scluichman, lion. W. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AN|
= - --- plenty of nerve lie came all the way J. Walsh, Col. Robt. L. Bright, of Chattanooga ,
p from England for these races. Mr. McDonald Teon. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
: The Old lllacksiuUli Shop. . start and, .
t::a.. took a long, flying The many notable entertainments and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.WalJser .
-_ passed the judges' stand la splendid clam bakes will always bring the pleits- = --
All kinds of Rlacksmlthlng: and Wagon form. lie was enthusmstlcitlly cheered. antest recollections of the Columbia -
Work; tires shrunk without cut-ling-a On Wednesday, In the one-mile contest which was the centre. of attraction, and
_. k, U2 wonderful device, quicker' cheaper and for the -f 2tMH( ) cup presented by Sir patronized by the leading: merchants, W1n Rs
= much better. horse shoeing and pun Thomas Dewar, open to the world., H.[ prominent theatrical managers; and celebrated
N a repairing Do not be led astray.! Cometo I 1.. Bowden, In his .!>0-l>orne-power Mercedes artists in the profession, who -- Dealer In -
the old shop made the mile In 31 11.\: seconds, made Arverne their summer home. No
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. J. I). ENMS, Titusville, Fla. thus slightly) beating McDonald's recordon such representation of talent could ever Sta/ple suaa.cL: IjF'aan.csr: Groceries:: : ,
his 50-liorse-power Napier Like be found concentrated at any seaside
................- .- .- .- .- .- .- Mo'Donald, Bowden received a great lace. i'articnlarlynoticaablewere : Mr.\ Fruits and: ; Ve 'ata'bles,
Coat ovation. Oscar Hammerstein ; Messrs.. Klaw and
Robbins ,& Graham : E. Vesey Hall The races will end to-morrow. Erlanger; Messrs. Weber and Fields< ; the Hay, Grain: ac..d.: Feed
Roger Bros, and Messrs llurtlg and
i Qeorglana, Fla.Builder.. -Your Patronage SolicitedTITUSriLLE -
(Incorporated.) JOHN THOMPSON ENTERTAINMENT Seamen Mr. LaGrange fortunately removed all FLORIDA.TITUSVIILaL .

PAID UP CAPITAL $23,000.00() Boat : : his property to his Hotel Seminole, FarRockawny -

t L. I., prior to leaving for
company owns ST.LII3LE:
ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.( Palm Beach, and will open DecorationDay : : : x.rvEEt.: Y

S.JAN, < ID s. = Write for Estimate The Funniest Comedian In America, his New Columbia hotel, nearing
John Thompson, will appear In his completion In the central part of Ar- u'r'
B the Indian River Country; On the St. ...................... Original Vaudeville Entertainment, en- verne, L. I. FEED AND SALE 'N'' i p'L' n SADDLE HORSES,

tiucle River; at New River and on Bay ---- titled, "Around the World in SO Mlu- -
utes," at the Opera house, Tltmvllle, A special from Rockawny Bench L. I .,.STABLES... BUGGIES,
Blsoayne. Prices to suit the time Bros.EAU .
18th All day
dated Jan. says: yesterday SURREY
Bond for Land List. the performance :Mr. Thompson large crowds of people from neighboring BAGGAGE

Offices at Tltugvlllo and Miami, Fla. OALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. *will In Introduce Ten Specialty Ten Comical Acts. Character Sixteen fire, which villages wiped; visited I out a the large ruins portion of the of TRANSFER, r"s* TURNOUTS <0

Marine Railway. songs will be sung that were written especially West Arverne early yesterday morning.The .
for the Entertainment.Solos HAULING ETC. t ..all kinds.
volunteer firemen played several
J. MOBLEY, General :Merchants and Ship Chandlers. will be Introduced on the following streams of water on the ruins all\ day In

TITUSVILLE, FLA. ..Special Facilities.. Instruments: Violin Banjo, Piano, order to prevent the flames from breakIng J'. 2VI. Osbun: "
Clarionet, Cow's Horn, LUllputl.iQ Violin FL0&IU
and out anew. TITUSVILLEIn rear of Robbing' Law Office- -
for Hauling Out Storing Repairing
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal- Chinese Fiddle, Eto. "The belief that a pyromaniac Is at
somlnlng, Staining! Finishing and Taper Yachts and Launches. As a Dancer Mr. Thompson Is not surpassed large In this vicinity Is strengthened by - -

Hanging at the moat reasonable, price Kentlon the .AnvnoATB when writing ; he will excute Reels\ Jigs and' this tire the circumstances surrounding INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
consistent with "
good workmanship, "Hoe Downs. which are very suspicious. The fires
If :you enjoy Funny Stories, Mr. started In the Hotel .Arverne, and In 'FLA.
All Work on the fast CoasttlpeclaUy THE Thompson Is the comedian who has merman's bathing houses, more Chan a attend
abundance.N. Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special
them In of a mile from the scene of
U. You will be obliged laugh quarter paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
-}; !SolicitedLet : IIfSBROUCKlVIOTOR. : to Tuesday morning's fire, are now said to
T. WETMORE Proprietor.
.betber'yon wish to or not. have been rather suspicious.
me know what you want and get my Reserved Seat Tickets on sale at Penney "Summed up, the geifcral' belief Is --- ..
estimate It. attention
on Prompt
A Brannlng's, Titusville. Admission that an organized gang; set fire to the
given to all work. : 3lo., ;iT>c. and 23.; lintel \Valdorf, and then went Arverne The Titusvillle Blacksmith Shop
-- - ---- STARTS EASIER, RUNS STEADIER, anti started the other two fires, planningto ,

get three (separate Area started at
FOR SALE.Over various points along the ocean front, O. B. STEELE, Proprietor.All .
uses which with the wind blowing as It did
1,000 acres on Indian River, Fla. LESS GASOLINE ADVOUA.TK: report( ,.visited, the would spread the flames and wipe out : kind of Blacksmith, Machine and Engine Boiler Work will be done 1 b1

BUILDING LOTS, WILD LAUD, per horsePower home of Judge Minor S. Jones 'n West all of the beach from West! Arverne to experienced*workmen
than any other Engine 1 made Tltusvllle Monday last, ann founda Edgemere..
ORANGE! .t GRAPEFRUIT GROVES, We continually demonstrate tills. () of carpenters busy at work maltIng :- "The description furnished to the police -Buggies and Wagons. Made to Order and Repaired-

PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, Improvements. in the Judge's residence. of a man who was seen to run away A bicycle, gun and...
from the bank shortly after 9 o'clock
Commercial site 8 to 300 horse Power. .
-$;; to $1,000 PER AGUE- Special Light High Speed sizes from Brick piers have been placed under the ;yesterday morning, led Detectives Clark G-on.orn1: Repair: Shop:
to health will tell entire building new piazzas, bay window and Harris to'place a man under arrest
Owing poor owner 20 to 250 Horse Power' will be operated In connection with the Blacksmith and Machine Shop
and various other Improvements made, about noon time. The man: was closely
quantity cheap
any easy
besides an addition on the m itthwest questioned by Capt. Louis Kreuscher at
terms. Rare opportunity for profitable Benj. W. Jerome corner of 1 h:lt) feet." the station house, and after being satisfied
investment. The work Is In charge of Contractor that the man knew nothing of the
a JAS. HOLMES, STJ IE AGENT, W. L. Poss, and will cost between $1,200and : bank affair or the tire, he allowed the : rrsoLa

11.12t Jensen, Fla, WEST PAUL BEACH, FLORIDA. 1500. man to go." OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT '1 1



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