Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00391
 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: March 24, 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: VID00391
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, THIHfU: : ituicic STOKI;. Postmaster F. M. Taylor, who spent KlincM: ItlK: CMothli.r and! I)ry .V now blcyrlo, Imslni'MS has been AMONG THE HOTELS ,. '

several days tn Atlanta, returned homo Goods Storo.Sonin opened up In the building I 1 formerly used I'I'I

Ind Topics of General Interest. The IMnco That Is Always: llusy. on Saturday.Mr. ails harbor shop.Thorn Whuro! to stop along the East: Coast.So .

) lint of hotels mid boarding' houses ;it I Ion
wood stores don't like to hear a man
J. B. Conrad, of Glen W\III\: mooting of FilomUliipMinpter
\ Reading notice ads are ten cents YOU SHOt'LI SEE OUR DRY member of the Itond Lumber Co., was say, "I :am just looking: around today.: (' No. II, Older of KiiHtorn Star 1st, Ith and Tth pugoN! ''I

l.flme this palle.When GOODS DEPARTMENT.; It's replete We do because that's the that's Between fishing I yachting dancing '
on In town on Wednesday man: 'ItimvHle, on Tuesday: evening.Mrs. : ,
with all\
subscribe for the ADVO- the season's latest effect and jest an good as a "top of column adverHoniout" card I portion t etc, visitors acorn to behaving
you fabrics No Little Miss\ Fannie nudge returned '1'. !Itluko Walker of St. Augns-
.\IK (by the year, lt does not cost you trouble to show them.) for us. good time at Rooklodge. The .
Included..Mr. Write for FrIday List from Miami where she has line, arrived In Tltnsvlllo, on Saturday
week, postage samples; i'.
lree cents per You lire cordially Invited to visit our lot o.In urn not so crowded in they were,
LARGEST LINE OF MILLINERY been on u visit to her parents, Mr. and last, on n visit to her parents Capt.: and
_. K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce, tore; our time U yours; If you don't buy lit> we would advUo tourists to stop olt '
Mrs. F. T. Mrs, .lamen Piltchard.Mr. .
ever brought to Titusvllle-Pattern Hats Budge
here and live comfort. Kemembor
rrlveit In town yesterday. perhaps| you will by and by. I in ,

ready to near; Sailors, etc. All kinds FOR SALE. pleasant, nine-room house. I"1T"OH: (nXTU; ?: [JoY, and Sirs T. A. Smalltm, of Etna: / it.1 ocklodge Is. one of the bounty spot of .' I''
EXTOS of Trimmings. Inquire of Mrs. Dodson, Titusvllle. .::0' to .1,). (jrcll'nlnd.! who have been spending the the East: Coast 1

April 10th. FUHS I1'UHE-any, kind you want. For our dress material It would( be winter In Titusville and other places !
-Mr. Bert Ives lett, Tuesday, for Manager 0, 1). Senvoy, of the .\ sJfagnolhs ;
Ve can please you in anything you need. folly to claim wool width 011 the "East: Coast have left for home.
Canaveral Club Is closed for the sea- down river poInts In the interest of the ; moio more : Spring hotel, at Magnolia i"t('

LD and Manager Mast and Club help See us before I interest.A you. buy; we a 111 make Itto fruit and vegetable commission house and more beauty, when the world's markets -The Vehicle< harness Co., of 1'llnjII| FI:'., has done a phenomenal ; (fi I '

five returned to Titusville.Mrs your New Line of STATIONERY ns of II. F. Ives, Philadelphia.Dr. aie open to every seller and buyer, ackxonvlllo, Novo recently moved Into online. huslnims till win tor. Tim guests !" ;j jt
.Ihlt we state the exact amount of wool, '
I W. N. Hendry, of Fort Pierce, good; or as cheap as you want. Investigate - C. C. Feigel, wife anti baby, left, we give tho exact width, we describe exactly their new h"n.IMollloIlart..rllon\ Forsyth have born quite enthusiastic over the '' jj.'
Lho several weeks and Ceilai' Stronts. They are now one able way In which the latllollSpl'lnl/ : {* 'i..
las been upending this line, and save last In their
money. on Saturday< auxiliary the beauty. We are exact that ll< '
of the largont and llnent ltMI\hll..hlllc'ntll I..M nmimgod by !Mr. Snnvey, who has. .a
her mother Mrs. Brady
with New in line In. ,
1 town goods every coming launch for down river points. He will know what invited
[ this week.Mr. you may exactly you are of tho kind In the South. Sen" their oil.on II no reputation both North and Sou tho ,' (
turned home Have you seen them ? 24o; then do so be at Georglana next week, where lie to see. ,

and >Irs. John Aspinwall and at once. The most up-to-date numbers will\ be prepared to do dental work.. But now-now wecoino to other points page 4 4.Mrs. Tlio (Miirondon Inn, Sonbree/.o, the "f

lliM; Bessie Asplnwall, of Newburg, N. In Men's straw hats, neck wear, shirts, -Mr. T. G. Rolllim, who has spent where we do differ from some, widely -. Isaac lenbyof New Yoik, and past weok, hold the record for the largest '.J
clothing shoes In fact thing re- SIrs.1L :M. Crease of East Orange N. J. number of arrival during the HOIUIOII.I .
I' who bad been upending a fortnightr ; any the winter at Palm Beach, and who has and Importantly.: QUALITY ANI 1>>> / I tl
? quired for a dressed gentleman's who have hmtn on a visit to their hrothtv, JItO has linen at Its health guests If, ,t; I
so at Eau Gullle, stopped over at the boon spending several days In Tltusvllla, MUCK I In these respects Kline's store ; many *i,:
wardrobe.A ilr.. 'I'. T. Wetmnro and wife of Tltu1110 *- villI to IIIIHS the rent of the season, 'j'al'l'l I[
Iotel Orniond a couple of days or so on :eft, Monday: for his home at New Hill, Is distinctly supremo., You know Itand ,j
Ihelr way home. large: stock to select from. Buy V. C. you know It so well tint you look for for some week's" past: will loavo tomorrow while other have been enjoying a few '

your whole bill from us and save money. something bettor and cheapen from us for Daytona, St. AiigiiHtlno: and aynt the K"anli<>re. Visitors. liayoboenvellli I

1)0) YOUR WALLS NEED CLEAN.Ing' No< need to go elsewhere. -Mr. E. M. Smith, of Brooklyn, than from anybody. licksonvillo.: They will mill, viII (<<:ly.l"rlne In the bright: "lInIl111\y", surf 'f t

Alabastine will do It. See our Yours for a closer friendship. and continued Y., stopped over at the omblel' Cottage, Our spring and summer drown novelties from Jacksonville on the 'JtMli, forlholt milling and out-iloor life! generally at 4

| ad on page 4. East Coast Lumber A service, Tuesday, on his way home from !Iranians now on exhibition, are the best andcheapest respective homus.Mr. Srabreexe. : '

Supply Co. JOHN R. WALKER & CO., and Rockledge wheie he had been buntIng | we have over had, tho best and -: George F. Miles, president nnd Hotel, Ormond, Ormond, Fla., !l'

-Ur, John Sliepard, of the wellknownrm TilE LAHOK IIIUCK 8TOHK.. and fishing.Mr. cheapest you have ever seen. And our !general mauager of tho Kant: Coast Lino niinagud: by Me....rn. Anilernort it Price, II'I.

of Shepard, Norwell Co., Boston, Is Titusville, "Flu.Mr. G. U. Irwin, who has boon Hserlion thereof, how much more weight Canal A Transportation Co., St A IIKII..t.Ine I..H liuvlng n good season, which, a* usual Murf,1, ,,
be ,
iromlMOH to n proiiperoii one.
f one of the boys" at Hotel Orroond. lie managing the Indian River hotel, Tltimvllle It clinics, in as much all we have your ; 1\1\111\(1'( Goo. J.. Bradley, .a capital- I bathing I Is usually flue .at Ormondonly a ; '

has on the coach in the grand parade John R. Walker, Superintendentof this season, left, Wednesday night, belief In It\\? An advertisement can not lilt and prominent resident of Wanning- I short distance from tho bunch, anti an .{ ''

L Monday( morning, and several ladies Public Instruction, left, on Sunday, for Lafayette, Ind., where he will stay nine anything to popularity; but the ton, 1>. C., were guests of Hotel Ormond early' morning rlclu on the wheel to the J .!

look "snap shots" at him. Mrs. Sheprd for Fort Drum, and other places on a about month before going to Shawnee, reputation\ of the advertiser can. It will on Sunday. They hail. boon (impeding>> : IOIK-II IInl" dip In the! ocean In. very- "
frocking, the ton)''eratuni of the water i),
I II with her husband at the Ormond. tour of Inspection.Miss Colo., where he will manage the :Shawnee and It does. Just as we have the repu- this work done by the dredges of the \mine always IIIOt erato. Thee perfect L

-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. II. Clark, of Ro- Mary Nauman, who has beenat Lodge.Mr. utlon for the boat materials. you can onipany between the Tontoka and Mat-! I days tempt everyone to |"pans niiicli time :!Jt't' .

tester, N. Y., who have occupied Capt. the St. Augustine hospital for some -: and Mrs. I... 11. Brace and Miss: laye the reputation for the host attire. ao7."" livers. It Is a stupendoiiH piece! out, of walking doors, At golling, Ormond./ and. boating Driving, ilnd rldng ,r:

II. 0. Walton's cottage In South{ Titus- months, returned to Titusville, on Monday Laura, left, on Monday, for their homeat Call and see our goods. of work, but will bo completed by next liberal patronage while those less aotlyoly tTho I Ito

tulle for four months, will leave for greatly Improved In health She Kvansville, 111., stopping en route at Mail Orders receive prompt attention. January, when thU grand inland: waterway Incllnoil. sit In shaded, quiet nook ;' ,l)
Jltr.ll'H KI.INK will bo for all kind ot light read circA Surf call ;
jiome on Monday next. Between sailing, III now a guest of the Feaster house Jacksonville and at Fort George, leavingfor opon or III ,
crowds to the bench to swim and battle,
and L
Titiisvlllo Fla.: draft between St. AugiiKtliio l'
ding, etc. they have passed the winterery YOU SHOULD SEE PENNEY A home on Saturday. They have a yachts with the wave to their heart content, '1: ,

pleasantly In Tltusvl1le, 'l\nd' their nl NNING'S line of Straw Hats, nice home at the Haulover Canal just of Miami On Sunday morning, one of theOrmond's and many lookem-on watch their frolics If' ""
-The Automobile Establishment:
many friends hope to see them here received.Mr. north of Titusvllle which Mrs. Brace regrets automobiles' wan engitgod for with evltlent dellglit.; Those moonlight il.;
just Fred E. Gilbert, Jacksonville, Is the a run of several mile, down the lino, night aro wonderfully Ixiaiitlfnl. One ,.
pit winter. W. W. Drummood, a wellknownand leaving as much as she did their oldest, largest and most complete In hard boacli, and through the picture- of the mont attractive walk I Is down the ti',', I
[ ALL LOOK AT northern home, List fall. They will, of luacli to nee the moon rise out of the ,t'
IN AND TAKE A prominent manufacturer of Louisville FlorIda. :See: his ",1. In !another column.Dfl.S1'O streets of Daytona and Heabron/.o,
winter and In the quo throwing Its long bourns of light :
return next ocean,
those low Cut :Shoes:; just received in still at Hotel course, I
Ky., Is sojourning meantime the ADVOCATE will keep them : WILL KKACH: TITUSVILLEby with which Mr. Bradley was much pleus- across tho water. Ormond especially 1
the Patent leather, Tan, VIcl Kid, Ormond, where he has a host of friends. AprlllUth. eat I, It being his first visit to Daytona. and delightful\ now. Tlio largest crowd of !

Pearl Buck, Tan Buck and White Mr. Drummond has been a guest at Hotel posted on events of Indian River. I Seabreeze. Mr. Chas H Walton, ofTitusville lie noanou thus far I I..* now tbero. The

Canvas, at Penney & Brnnning's, the Ormond for many seasons. Of late be SHIPPERS OF J.IMES-ATTENT'OY' : -Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Davis, of :Macon( accompanied Messrs. Bradleyand table, always. noted l for its excellence" ,
standard and much
maintain its hlgli
Clothiers Furnishers, Titusville.111 hall been accompanied by Mr. Tapp, If you have any Limes. communicate G., who have spent two weeks In Tltusvllle Mlles on this pleaaantauto mobile atUfaotlon I I..* ex roHed.; A, uocolon I

connection with the report of the another prominent manufacturer of with us at once. The highest cash the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win.Prlndle rive.I of entertninment and gnyotlo keep
handle M. left yesterday for St. Augustine continual whirl of event duringthe
!oaths of Colonel W. G. 'Vloansl1nd Mr.rjdney \ Louisville prices paid. We can unlimited ADDITIONAL LOCALS will 1.loun.1 ip
quantities. Write ue today. PORTERPRODUCE and Jacksonville, en route homo. evening The Sumliy evening concert
Hanford In last week's ADVOCATE YOU :NEED A HIGH-GRADE SEWIng 8th
IF on our page given In the Itolumlu wa partloulary -
failed the fact that A COMMISSION: CO., They were very much pleased I with TI- and listened to by a IIrjZeallll"IIII.II&le ; Jjf
we to mention machine or parts, attachments or enjoyable, | |
of Jacksonville, Fla. 22: 20Mr. imvllle and vicinity and will of spend all who enlliniilaHtlo In
ItJth> timber wero ),pj
!gentlemen were Inspecting needles, for any machine. Write to F, Photographs.
of next winter here praise of the artlstlo rendering of the
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[lathe woods of Georgia during the cold O. Miller 410.( ) W. Bay street, Jacksonville -: ( and Mr. J. Sondergaard, of various number

pall: both got pneumonia about the (Fla. He sells everything the Perth Amboy, N. J. ; and Mr. and Mrs. -Mr. George! M Robbins, who left TI- Parties that want Photo, will please While Ormonil offers various way

alOe time-Colonel WInans dying on line at cut prices; also, a splendidline P. Sondergaard, of Keyport, N. J., who usvllle a week or two ago, to attend to call, as we are going to leave soon. whereby the tourists annually visiting

tie! 12th and Mr. Hanford on the 14th, of second-hand machines on hand, have been enjoying: a prolonged visit Important law cases In TalUliaHsee and IIANI UAI.(. .& CKAIO+, flue village may l have a gaud time; the
Inhabitant of that settlement give con-
Im Jacksonville, where they returned to for a short time,at from $3 00 to $10.01]) with Capt. and Mrs. P. Nelson, of South Vaitliington, D. C, returned home on Titiuvllle! Fla.' sMerablw attention, n* well to educational i

receive medical attention. They were We pay the freight. 22.4 Titusville, left for their respective northern ".- Sunday, and left, next day, for Miami, advantages having entablUned good 1

[well known along the East Coast. of homes on Monday, going by way of to attend to more law matter Mr. HERE'S A CHANCE.A school with ample accommodation for {.
Mathlason Keyport
-Mr. children and Instructor
the St. Johns river Richmond Washington tobbins' law practice In rapidly Increasing competent
-Hon. James P. Taliaferro, United N. J., president: of the New Jersey Pott: prominent resident of Rail Galile, Cliurohn also !rare ninny of all tie-

:Mates Senator\ returned home to this ery Co., Perth Amboy, N. J., was a and other places. They enjoyed He returned this week, Fla., write the Ar>vooATK all follows, nomination, ; and taken altogether Or-

|city l Jallt night from Washington, and today pleasant caller at the ADVOCATR officeon their stay here very much, and hope to PENNEY A BIIANNING, Tltusvlllr, and we want all hotel men to read It mond U n mighty faclnatlng place, especially -
be down early next winter carefully; so at this period when every-
was on the streets busy shaking Saturday last. He was accompaniedby are Giving Away a Victor Talking Machine A company will be formed here to put body I Is up and doing:, preparatory to

1 lade with his many friends. Senator Mrs. Mathiasen and Mr. I' :Bonder- SECTIONAL ELASTIC book-cases. and One Dozen Records.. On up a hotel building, If some !good hotelman thoroughly enjoying the season dawning. i

Taliaferro said to the Metropolis man gaard. Mr. and Mrs. Mathlasen and Chew sum DAR) gum get a watch. each One Dollar Purchase you get a with good northern hotel connections The Ormon.l Livery Parade on Monday \ ,

14ii afternoon that he was at home to seven children and maid, are stopping at Fruit Jars and Jelley tumblers Coupon, and the bolder of the lucky will take Biiftirlent stock to morning wan attended by hundred U
furnish the hotel, and will, run It for a of enlhula llo .IKIIt-lIeer"l There were "
I remain until next December, unless the New Rockledge hotel, I Rockledge, Carrirge, Roof, deck paint. number gets this swell. present. Call term of live year' at a moderate rental about (til)f) horses, ponle and I carriages In ;.

President Roosevelt called an extraauon fora few week The ADVOCATE follows lea trays and dinner sUe.FLASH In and hear the Victor In all tho latest for the building; or to any !good hotel the parade, which was l led by Mr. Win. I
in Congress, which was probable to Key port upon their return home. lights and batt rlell. selections.We man, who will put up a hotel on his own S. Kenney In cowboy. attire, and on

I to take action In regard to railroad i FURNIII: ORE, nUYGOODS, SHOES. have In our store a complete stockof account, we will donate V) town lot for ,' a spirited borne; and 51 r. Geo. (lowland, i
their real value of abut *:l lXX( (M'>, containing chief of the stabled, with six fine horse 'f( '
matter Mrs. Taliaferro and daughter A Grand Hall. CHAS. A. OABDNBII, Titusvllle, Fla everything that can ba found anywhere three acre, benlde some otherproperty. liarne* ed to an old 1, White Mountain

I Preceded the Senator home.-:Monday's: -- In an'up-to-date Gents Furnishing ,. stage conch. Philip Fagan drove one of E.t
I cksonvllle Metropolis.For There will be a Grand Ball In the IMiotograpli bouse {Write to i I i. r. I'arluison, r.im faille, the pretty Shetland ponies, and little ' }

Opera house, Titusville, next Wednesday PKNXKY Jc: BnANslsia:" Fla. Arthur Fagan I led Torn Thumb, Hotel j f 1'1

Sale. evening :March: 2!>th. Every one Parties that want Photos will please Clothiers and Furnishers FiirnfxlKMl Cottage. Ormond'Prlcedrove'a, trick pony.pair of Shetland Master ponies Hubert, f I

cordially Invited to attend. call, in we are going to leave soon. -- and there were many other who deserve
One :t h. p. Toquet Motor, complete, The grand march will take place nA I>ALI. & CKAIO, Orange for Hale. For Rent, Capt. J. O. Walton' furnished special mention In the ADVOCATE, but

With' isliaft, propeller batteries and mag- promptly at !!:I3; p. m. T'.tusville! Fla. bed or cottage table linen In South or cutlery Tltuwvllle.; $18 l per No our space I I" limited this week. I

| oetto Price. 125.00.: ; Titusville Orchestra will furnish the Indian River Oranges and Grapefruit month, In'advance. Hotel Ormond like its managers, I I.* a*

JASPRITCH not hurt by recent freeze. Shipped to will be vacated popular a* ever, and crowds of !guest
AKD & Sox, music. Admission, fl.Ofl. for Hale or cchuuge.: Cottage on Mondaynext
hotel stall Includes
Titusvllle Fla. anyone at tS.f.O: per box F.: O. Ji. Fort the! 27th Instant. are arriving dally. Tim -
Anderson &
McHHr Price
Flue Property for Sale. seated Pierce Cash with, order. Address, CIIAH. 11. WAl.rov, J. D, Trudeau room clerk
High-grade two trap and single Titusvllle, Ha. manager: ;
ll1erle" anti Laud for Sale. buggy, full leather trImmed ; practical JAMES, E. AxnitKws: Clio !'. I>:ivn, cushier; E. U. Brown,
The Crabb property, Cocoa, Fla., for 2'i-tf: Fort Pierce, YI;,. assistant cashier; !II t. <>. Marvin, front
Two new. Will exchange for good, sound Fire 11111 ruiH'c. "
clerk harms bookkeeper Rowe
two-year old small shedded Finest location In Cocoa ;
Fineries' sale cheap. launch with reliable motor, not over 3 Hale Wllmot, key clerk ; Chit J. Root, night
for sale, 25 miles south of Palm Building suitable for Gents' Furnishingsor Home I-'or Cheap. Reliable Companies Lowest Rate
clerk H. lIoI. anllIlI" Anna
launch not Mlawyer *
h drawing over ;Silas
"*:\eh.! II p; twenty;
Goal :
crop this year. Not Dry Goods Store. ApplyJ. Inches. No old worn out launch want- The I doternilned Owen, stenographers; Miss Ualton telegraph -
Litt season being nearly over, am :.!;:-tI: TltusvlllB, Florida. '
by Mr Ruth Cane and Sirs.'
freeze. Also wild pineapple F. WOOTBX, << operator; *
I land ed. W. It. HAIIDCB: :, to aelllle..eral of my tine borne Wm. Chealey l charge of telephone;
J, C. RlCKARD-t Cocoa, Fla. ;
i% 2Q.lt Jensen, Fla. at a sacrlfle. If you want good, gentle For Hale. A. J. !Fitzgerald, bend waiter; Wm. 0' I

Boca Raton Fla. horse at a bargain do not mlsit this op- Connell, head bellman; Sam Smith, head
I>o Sot Ml1! ThU Chance.A Come and them writeto To reduce our stock, we are offering! porter; Miss M. A. Clark, housekeeper;
Orange portunity. see or
.V Winter Home. : Grove for Sale. marine engine at less than cost :Mr. I'ettlnglll, chef; Wm. Cheley,

fine of property for sale facing C. L. Don, J11 p, 4 cycle Regal jump spark" steward. _
'"I)ft) piece Coast Railway station, Manhattan( Orange Grove Hock ledge, Do-It) New Smyrna, Fla. with shaft and reverse wheel $!lWh wm
f buy a beautiful location the Florida East 4 b p, 4 cycle, Kulck jump spark
'Winter home on celebrated Merrltta Titusville Fla., owned by Mrs..C. Col. Fla A fine orange grove, full bearing with shaft anti reverse wheel 133 Wanted-To Lento n-IIotel.

'and, between Indian and Banana rlrive line, consisting of corner store building'i trees. A fine house furnished. New 2'!; b p Knox with solid 1 wheel anti
en' acres house. Grocery and restaurant '' packing house, barn, etc. Reason for I hereby give notice that I have give haft. . . 100 Wanted-To root medium sIze hotel
Improved with fine front- and a 0-room
e Oil both therewith. This 1 1a la'' selling: too much care and responsibility Strychnine to my hogs for the purpose lg) h p Knox with reverse wheel furnl.bed-for coming season. State
rIvera-frost connected and . IK)
lir protection. shaft . .
={.l of property and a Enquire for full particulars of Mrs. II. of killing worm. price and location. Address
fishing and shooting. very desirable piece These engines are new and are!guaranteed I''
particulars Julius Smith, Rockledge Fla. 5:1 R. G. HL'.ITKH: Co. WM. O. LOBE,
C. maker. See this snap a or : by the Fl.A. MOTOH .
td lioilan St. BCCKNAS good money poeshble.u Montclair, Ave., }Montclalr N. J. 21.13 2.-9! Sebastian, Fla. Daytona Fla. 31-2 Atlantic City, N. J.
Jacksonville. Fla. soon as

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"It's corns." that's a dollar." I well Will M McGriff
the whole family, and ,
The Walton "Coriwr* Aunt :Maria was. lout In her thoughtsfor : oppose ,
I don'twish\ her to marry a chiropodist.I
"Yes. You when Aunt Iarla' a few m tnents. Then she said:

husband wan poor eee! ,-before he struck oil "It mnnt be rrofltnble Mill: If' :Mabelis 1 something know Just I how want she to ask feels.you.There Why Is Pair:: : .ter and ::Eaperhac.ge: : y:.

Self-Locking In Texn_be wus a chiropodist! Aunt sensitive about It I'd' try something abruptly last
did you leave her up :
Marla has! always "HOIt,1> ashamed of hop." night? Did you take a dtnllke to me?" DAYTONA, FLORIDA.

that fact, and we wen always! cautioned "MnbH: Isn't HO opposed to it nil become
Tackle Block. Ullly'a bruin had certainly
not to word along those the otliP-H." he replied.,
{ u
nay fertile. All kinds of Sign; and Home Painting;, Paperhanging;, Etc., ,
prompt .
lines." "\',.... she!! Is. She Is. afraid of hurtIng '''I 1 ell
"Oh" no ma'aui, but ever since 1 1 to at any place on the East Coast A large staff of practical men emu,, .
Is claimed to ba tho Finest Tackle ""'ell. I'll try tint to trend on her your feeling/ by "a"lnmlch/ desire to idopt tbaprofession kind of work "
Block in tho World To nee It U to buy toes" ngalnsi./ It. I'd try something,,('." hive expressed a thin
I told uny pertaining
you - -
it. -
"Oh !" expontiilated Mabel. "nut 1''l'rylhlliel"e requires
Billy you ee. ; would remind
Thousand of thorn In liMO throughout to anything that
"When 1 Is she coming?" so much capital.: "
tho North. Road 1 testimonial) from them of the "uhj..ctJOII: \ been prohibited -
"Tomorrow. Come up In the evening "1'11 tell you what I'll ,do." she said Southern
those who unit tllem.Thllllon.l.hol.lInlt liy Mnlicl'H. family and as soon as RailwayThree
after another .silence "!I'i' mind
block In. rmdeln various and( cull yon I asked you innocently with no Idea

shapes nnd H/! (!<*, of WOOD IUO.V I The following,: tluy Hilly went about going Into business In TCMIS''' ?" of such nn Interpretation being put

and UUON2I5 Will work' equally well. ruefully studying u little memorandumbe "No, except I'd hate to leave :Mabel. It If you had read Bunyan's1'ingrim's

with rope, chain or wire rope had written out and, kept constantly ." upon
I'roirrwW' I knew by the at-
Will work at any bright, upside down, repenting to himself, "Mustn't say "'Pall{(' her with yon"
It and Icouldn't Trains Two
horizontally or Itl t any single, and will Curtis" Consequently when ho uppearcd Vouliln't afford! It until Ilot/ established. uio: iilifre' I had put my foot In stand, Daily Trains Day;, ;,
stay longer: and up
stop and lock at any polDt ( at the home of bin fiancee tllatev'nlnl J." TOWashington .
- -
Invalnaoln for every kind of buulneHH ugalitst\ the black looks I was yetting.
nnd'UK presented to Aunt "I have oil wells In Texas: and
; my "
where block I Is needed far fetched in them, she
n fieiunHly| H.iv-: "That wus
ring( tho labor of ono man or tnoro Maria the only topic in his thoughts inniiugt'r Is /going/ to leave. One of my said in disgust, "1111 If uny one had and New York"Southern's and Chic
Nothing liko H tor hanging or stretching was (corns. Ho replied! to nil her approaches object In coming here; WIIM.. to find n8nU1I't to weigh every word they speak "

wlrex. toward conversation In 'mono- young man. If you' will\ take the got ;" 1'aliii Limited. "Chicago suit Klorlil Wpp,"mi'
All blockrt lil.tod with the famous syllables finally there came a prolonged place and promise" : never to be Unit other Mabel's shone with delight when "New York mill Florida Kxprtxn." "Florida Limited"
WALTOV-VlM'ON, ; HOI.I.KU 11FAItIN(4. and deadly lull and Hilly, after thing I'll pay you $::.ibon n year." she saw Hilly and Aunt Maria come In "Wttithlnittoii and Florida Limited." I

i racking his bruins I for something to "Agreiil, !" he cried.'' "Hut It's awful
together and heard the proposition, but -
say, blurted out: ly kind, of you"
her family thought he hilt used underhand
"Did. ever read Itunyun'M 'Pil "I am not rlolng It because. I am -
you ; means to scheme for Auntll1rll's : To AVMHlilnirton >"0. 34 Jfn. !32. Xo. 30 To CI..ttan..I, Cincin '
grim's Progress?' : fond of you, young: man hut Mabel isiriy I .....11'oew0'k. N.Y.&F." I'alm W. "'. ....IIRnd L4Icxgo. 1
c "Oh, Hilly !" faintly gasped Mabel. favorite niece, and I can see she :\ fortune. Kxitem| Llm'd Liui'ilLvSt !hl.' us I
"Hilly" nuked Mabel when they were AtiKiiHtine . . f.'loiTm lOonin B'lnpni t.vRtAut.IIMtluQ. . ..T .:.
Tho withering look from the other is_boiiiid to_have \'Ol.t! she has to alone "how In the world did you man I.v .1>.ok 'mvWeI\ Wain' U: Sdiiiii 7 Bfipin Lv JnckHonvllle .. .. . .. ,
member of the family' and the feeling WiiHhliiKton' .. . 41B1U 1011am/ BOpiu I / ArJ'att..llolIlI"! .. .. . . 1 j:
himself ageVhat did you say to Aunt Maria Ar New York.. . 4 15|1'1\1> 4 lapin: 6 :30am Ar Cincinnati!. .. . .. . . '
that he had made generally to get In her /good Braces?" Ar Chicago! . .. . . . .
disliked. caused Hilly to bring his call ALL SICK WOMEN No 34-"New York and Florida Express:: '
"Mabel." be answered solemnly 1 ""lly. No. 'Chicago,: aiift florhl.i,' .
to an abrupt termination. The next talked of corns nil the way to the No. :as-"The Southern's I'ulm Limited" Dally except Sunday! wll;
; day Mabel telephoned him to meet her exceptsunday. No. 13-"The Florida I.I in lied, I
house... . f,,,. :lu-"The Washington and Florida LimIted No 1.J: "The Florid. Linittud "n
Daily. vTu thronghl'iiIUUan141eepfna'ar! |' I.< t .
"Billy," she cried us soon oa she saw _ mnig tam, lIIempbl a.1tIJ'"UHn.r, '
blot, "1 know you so well that I know In All Parts of the United States Lydia Aolievllle HII<| Cincinnati.. Xlllht -- '1-;

bow It happened, but mamma and the E. Plnlcham'8 Vegetable Compound remember the ADVOCATE office. Truln. :ro Alkeii and. Augu.ra I'll" "I4h[

... .. .. ... .. .. ... . . LinM ,
girl are furious at you and declare Baa Effected Similar Cures. ------ --- Lv St Augustine 010pm' 'rd"
: JuphHunvilli .. . .. . .. ... .... . . . Hopiii l.vst.Algustee, . I iiw '
did it on and I guess, . . . .... . .. .. . me
i you purpose AHhcvlllo.. . .. .. .. .. 1 B'M'm' Ly.iurksonville. . . . 12 a(i
Hilly, you had-better not come agulu Many wonderful cures of female ills .......................... ArHotSprfuge.:. .. .. .. .. .. . . .... .." .. .. :2. 87pm Lv HiivammliArHluckvillo. ... .. .. . . . I 1', \Ir"
to light which ArOumllullll.. .. ... .. .? . S lliainNo .. .. .. .. ...... Yp.'
until 'Aunt Maria han and tho are continually coming " p
Hlrtckvllla..:. .. .. . .. t
family la" cooled down." hare been brought about by Lydia N.Pinkham' 30-Dallv. 1'ullntsnfrawingltmnnllnfet I Ar AlkenAr .. .... . ... .. . r-9elm"pfngtur.incksnnvflletnCiuaunatlthrough -
Vegetable Compound, and I : h Aiigimta .. ... . . . "o, t
Hilly groaned. : JOB \ "The Lund of the Sky. w

"You didn't say anything about bun- No. 32-"The I'aliii Limited i I"" "..
Ions." C..S Snniliy.' I'nllinnn ('artram will! n I Irniinectliiff tt
at UbickvlJlu wltll :
!: I; ",,
r q "It" would have done no good if I I : : Excellent Dining Car Service. I'nlliimn No.! tVuMhinirtnn tar tor Alkon and and I AlIll-Fl, i nY

had. I I'lillman Sleeplnir Car, .lnuknnn. ,
"What did, your aunt any about me-- I vale and liluckvllle t'> Alkun ,tail 1 A

anything?" I PRINTING -
"She asked what your business was." I For Sleeping Cur Reservations, Slaps, Folders! and Information. ;al'I'l\| '

""'hnt did you tel! her?" q-. O. :X-iTTJSISL: : : Dist. Pass Agt.,

"I told her you were only through 4iA .

cullegoitnd had not yet decided what C'.4'frL : . 108 West Raj St., Jacksonville. 1"\: ,

to go I into." '. i .

"How long will she stay?" A : I . OF AT. 1 "M .2t S. H. HARmVICK;, 1'. '. St., Washington|; I). C. \\'. IL TA\'LOE. G. F. A. Wash

I Il xi III it itI "A'week. It will be. the longest one I I | Jllk 1 BROOKS; MORGAN( A. G. I'. A..*AtJallt". Ga.

1.. I eVer put In. We must. Bay goodby until 2 EXECUTFD. -- -

I U71 1 site goes. It will never do to meet you :

this way II/.tuili."/ They would be sure to Fannie : CHEAPLY, : f lUrliJH HHIL J A Y..f Y.

hear of It. I ti lHJl u i
"Just us you say, he replied dlsconBolately. -
rq0 I through the advice of Mrs. Pinkham, .
I LocafTima Card In Effcst Jan 30 19Q
Kg: 59
After they hud parted Billy walked of Lynn Mass., which is given: to sick O I ,

slowly downtown. Suddenly ho saw women absolutely free'of charge. lit jF and with DISPATCH: I
Aunt :Maria coming toward him. There Mrs. Vinkham has for many years SOUTH.SOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUNO-READ UP.

Address all communications to the was no escape. A flashlight: of Inspiration made a study of the ills of her sex ; : ). .
she has consulted with and advised . .!a). : 1010 90 No 3& 1'.0. j9 1>0. aa'M No 78 No. 74 h0 28 No II
born of desperation, burst upon .
Walton Self-Locking Block Co thousands of suffering women who ' Daily Dally belly Dully STATIONS Daily hilly I Da Oat:,
and he determined to make n
Billy, their - --
to-day owe not only health but 4Jlu
brilliant coup.Vben ho came up to : OUR STOCK OF : 806p 1915 p 1000 a 8Uoa .v..Ja..kNonvll1..Ar. 780( p 710p s HQI
life advice.
(Incorporated. to her helpful ,
) even 513p 10U8& .... ...So.Ju".unvllle..Lv. 723p JII1I
the elderly Andy: who was laden with 6p I 01' 1116 1I01' .......... e20 I ( SlOp ', Office and \Varerooni10 i AtlanticAve.! Mrs Fannie D. Fox of 7 Chestnut I a s .St.: Augustine p
: of size and description : . STATIONERY: . : : p 116 a ... .. ... ..JJaHtlIIIlH ..... ... ... filiI'> P 11SFB /$
Near Kowe'n Wharf Kluvated: Station. bundles every Street Bradford, Fa., writes : :
1019p 200p ii 10p 045a.EasIPulatka.. ..... .... 61Tp 6699 17. 111IiU
HOSTON, MASS. ho stopped lifted hIlt hut and asked If Dear :Mm. Finkham :- : IS COMPLETE. : ;'" ;
her bundles for her BUtlered for IoniC tints with womb ii"'j 995 p iWP 1086 a ,\r..alatka..l.v. 44"" pop 01,1'
"I a
OWNERS OK 'l lit; (5KLE1JHATED: he might/ not carry trouble, and finally won told by my physician : YOU ARE INVITEDTO : ''ltO p leQ I' 1146 a 1120\ a .Lv.. . ... . .l.alut '. .. .. ... .Ar. 616 9 elb P ,' 'a 61a.
and escort her home. - - ,-
WALTON that I had a tumor on the womb I did not 816 .. .. .
-VINTON ROLLER BEARING. I dmi't have P .111 P .. MAIPo..Lv 820p 820 P
"Why, yes. suppose you want to submit to an operation, HO wrote you : INSPECT IT. 715s 800a Lv..Su.nMu..o .. .. .Ar 706p 7 ob p : ''I a1245p UI
H.implo Blocks can be Seen at the AnVOOATK anything el.
onico. 'Tttiisvlllo at the of "No not ft pI"t.' :\ ." he answered you toll me, and today I am completely .. .... ..... ... ......... 4B13p I
store i
; cured. My doctor says the tumor has ilisuptwared JUUp .. ........Jiul1l1clls.. .... ...... 421 P I
S. B. Ilubbnid' Co.! Jacksonville; and relieving hel' her bundles' nnd. ac- and I am once more a well woman.I 1lirF lUll l' .............Dupont . .. .. ..... 411 P
Jas. PI.ltclllrrlnn':\ store, Tltusvllle\ comtnodnthr-\ to h'ers. believe K. I'inkham's! Vegetable Compound 1110 a ...........Hott'IOrlllond........ 480 PI l
Flo. Cull and I those blocks pace Lydia EAST ItBllp lOOp IDlp H20.. .. ... ..... ..OrJlonrt. ........... 8110p 4201) 910 a .511.
see . working "Young! man, she!>< said abruptly in the bent mediciiia in the world for : .(.1.. : ii top 813p 101111'11211" ....... . .DI.ytOl" ... ....... 81111p 1101' 'wa 118 $
--- tell have, no business.. I I' wom..n." I 66 P ..... ..... ort Oran ,,.......... 82T P
"they 1 IIJII you The testimonials which we are con 1228a 81111p 2..p 1:106p: . .....iewllmyrull.: ..,...... aOAp 1.l1'.i: flit26o
don't approve of mi Idle, man especially etantlypublishingfromgratefulwomenestablish p .. ... .. .. ..Oak 11111. ............ ::1211 P I
Youth In the time to i COAST i 180a 140p 0909" 12t15p .. ........ .Tltu vlll..... ..... .... 169p :I'6PII 1511.
a young man. beyond a doubt the power of SlIlIa IU:1p: .. .. ....... ...Corns: . ..... ....... 111 31i1
JUST LIKE A work." Lydia 13. I'inkham's Vegetable Com : : 406 J' .... ... . .R'C'llIe.IIl".. ..... .... 1 10p Ip
he said to' female diseases. S20 P 415; p 142 p . ... .Rookle.he.. Hotels... ..... 10U'p :20 I P
"I quite<< agree with you, pound conquer 651 p IliaI' Hp ... .. .. .. ..ItIllu.llIe..I Hp 12Hp Il 15 P
earnestly, "and my mind was made up Women suffering from any form of i ADVOCATE i 6tJ11 P 607 P:10: I' ..... ... ...J\Ielhotlrne....,....... 120' P 120 P 11''*< P
MAN to female weakness are invited to seep ........ ...8..l>a.tlan., .. ........ 1120 as
as soon us I was out of college an U\ P ......... .S6.' 1.tlcl. ..... .. .... 1011"" a
but :Mabel promptly communicate with Mrs. . ...,. .: .. .. .... 'UI6P
the business I should follow, 485a 71.)1' 11401' 8401' .Fort ... .... 1:10lpl"OOp': :
7J lManat rtnkham, at Lynn Mass. She asks 6/111/ P ... ..... ....'1'lhooIH...... ........ .0511'' a tl3.1 P
7Jy and her fllll1l1y--t''pl'Clnll the family nothing in return for her advice. It 1* i PRINTING OFFICE. i TO" p .:....... .. .1-0.: .... .......... 1If] a 8:1. p700p
-objected BO strenuously that I divclded to thousands of ::.............Jena'n..... ... .... .947 a 8a ,
absolutely free and 711 P .......... .Stuart .. ........ D8" a eat P
Copyright: HUM" by Belle 1\1.11,1.0. to give It up I have followed up women has proved to be more preciousthan 711.7 J' .... .... .Illesuund.. ..... ....Due a 13' P
several other leads but nil-\ my heart/ gold. .......................... 761> J'e tJup\l..r.\ ......... 851 a : :- p8211a ,aP
8i6p Ar..W".tl..lmJJ..ach..,.. .. II4
8BI>' 6a0p tUa 10 25a P
was" In my first choice, and I don'tthink . --- 811a 000 p B6Up 520p !. .. ..... JJ'.Ll'I1. ....... 800) a 10105 62; :> agoP
"Why so iH-nnlvp.. .Mnhel ?" I'll ever succeed In any other." 700A 11161'l2!> p Soap .. ....Weat..almJill..I1..Ar 7'4Ua 1160a 806'116t
P ..... . .. . .Boynton ... ... .Lv his 6111000p '
"I was Just tliliiklnn ot you Hilly. I "They are fools, she! asserted, "to IF YOU WANT A... ...,.. .. .....lJ..lray .. ....,. .. .700 a Sat .
want to conch )-011"- Interfere lu your business\ and"you .. 10/10/ P ........ .Ft. l.nuderdale. .... ...II U a I' 13.
------ 1100 P ... .. .. ..Ihtihullale., . ...,. .. .. 65t a I C
"What's OH now?" must excuse: me It 1 Bay you arcs a foolit 1182 P ........ .. Lemon Cl y. .......... 11201 a 817
"We've just had a letter from Aunt you let them Intluviice. you" U20A IllIOp I1ll.1p 7BOp Ar.. . .. .. .. .. .. . .... 6U: a BOOa 1i 4t -ID

"I claim you lire right, mathim, and Lot -
Murlu our one und only rich relative.nnd .Building ; t I' II'' .
Buffet I'arlorCnrnon trnlnB2uHK.78aml 28and HulTct Sleeping Carson trail'
halo taken the .
she is coining to visit us." today' necessary steps .. between Jaokaonvllle" and Mlniiil. Parlor Cara. on tralnaVUaiiif. 40 between St. AugtlsulNew u
toward opening a place of business." Smyrna. _
".\11.1 you wont mo to do the nice ""'hllt business. 1 is it?"

thing nut show her nliout 1 I or n lot with u ItUlUUNO HEADY FOIL OCCUPANCY, AUGUSTINE
suppose "I intend to he. a chiropodist. C8NDENSED SCHEDULE BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND ST.

All right. Count on me," responded SSlio turned a keen glance of suspicion LAND FOR AX ORANGE GROVE, .-w
Ullly cheerfully \(1)01him, but be cuutlnucil calmly PIMEAPPI.F. PLANTATION or TRUCK. 8 BOUND No. 1J' Dally Na Z9t No. J5t No. No' No. J7 No 99t} 1'10,9.11 '1101:.

"No, indeed Hilly; fur from it. Whut : I PAUPER_. . Daily Dally 'Daily IJ.I Ea."M Ea."M'. Daily Dal' ''It.
; We have for sale, what ] ttj- - ,
just are seeking.
probably .t
you '
I vnnt ixirtlculiirly In, that you should "My uncleIn his early days was a Lv.lackeon.ilIOOAI04SA81000Anl2IapM: : 11001' 8O5PM 91'1'V: 1 lIrt

keep lu the background: during her vla- chiropodist. but of course\ 11hili day Settlers are flocking in but still there U room. If you are ArS.Auputtse00UAa1046Ar1130Ax, IUpx : 8 401))1 915: Pa 0\:" _

it" It was different and not looked uponas looking this way, drop a line to N. BOUND. Na Z8t N .98} No. ,iET No. 92} No Na78 No. 44. Na .ro-ll\o. 75t 3,71'

"Oh of course, If you, are nshamod It Is now-as u Imuioh of l surgery I Daily Daily\ EI.tllltly Sun. Daily E.1\.11.1 Sun. EI.Ua119 Sun., DI Dolly. 00111.

of mo before' your rich relatives," he that It'tlllh'tklll.. You see, Mabel's JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd ce.Pr.ldent, L.SI.Anguatine 1l00A\I -T3nUI -TIAII -1f 0"-" U10,1Il11140 "" -: lOp" 11llIr.. 3: n4AW/ "

replied offended tones family Is 1little old fashioned and FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, A.. JacklOnvtlle OooA.IIIUAX SSOAM 1III1"x: ) 1llor.IJ: IOPlV 110 !', 71U,1Il_1L 'xi, 51 irtD

"'rult, lUlly till I conventional I niul don't realize bow .
explain.: : Our ***'
Train be
composed eieludlvely: of Tullman Parlor Cars and extraseat, rare will
Aunt :Maria.. a widow and childless things are changing and that no business ST. AUOTJSTIXE. FLA t Day coaches operated on these traim on which no extra or svat lure la chargrd _
naturally wo are all jiostotl on her lit ' is looked upon slightingly now Na hi

tie peculiarities, of which she hast adays. FOLEYSHONEY\ TAR FOLEY'SfOEYMDTAR ; Dally ha J9 b. AIOLSTILE: NEW AN0 SMYRNA. No.Dally 40 No. IS P"Lit BEACH AND MIAIII. ''A..

many, and are careful not to offend lu "Ye, It Is nothing to be ashamed! 1 Dally I .I' .

any way. There are so many subjects of" she wild brUtllng. ""Still there Cure Cold| Prevent PnaumonM forafilldrfnt .af>. .M".. ITo seta-. Illp LvSb.AuIl\IRtln..A'.ItOOAM, gall" Lv.. ... ...:Break...... I u&",'Art e

that are tabooed that I never can are other things. In )vhlch you could hip"' p Ar..l1ol..IOrmond..Lv r..a. J.al..tk..Lv 10UII"g IA" r.v..I..l1lnn.L .: .Wenl."lmBeaeh ': juT .-e

touch you ou them: all l'ol't'the arrives make more moneyt" 7110 P Ar..Da'ton..I.V I\IIIA"1 1104AM T.v..Ft. 1.nud..rdlll I' .t

so when you meet her yon must "It's a very lucrative profession," he Peninsular and Occidental Steamship Company. 751)p, Ar..New 1I00)'rn... . ., Lv. U56Ar.4r. .,. . ,MtamLa ,

keep, as iiulet as you trail und, only" argueil."Why: MlllVfINTF.lt fiIIEUl'I.t. 3.1. i I 1'10.' 11 :Ii. .e Na J No. I Y0'' w'Srsdry

"Sjienli\ wlit-n Hpokeu to," luterniptctl we never found-I 111111I Subject to chance) and Imllvliliml pa tioiivniont without notice." i :. f1 Dally MAVPORT BRA C" i: nnl Suit (Dally I DsllyII l ORANGE:; CITY BIL"ICII ,., .
..7.I ...
Hilly, llk.0 a ,guild, little boy I'll try toremi'Mitier never beard of Its being money making Port Tuiii|,..-Key Wm-IInvnnM. Line. 0. a 4 .81L... Ja..k.on.\lle Ar jlt ajll 10011 lOt P, D lOa T.. New SmTrna. Ani
business" at Key; Went) II 4'1' a 1II Lv. Pablo. ,
my chlldliood ]reepts.\ but ( P lpIOCh..Lv 211 p 144 I' 10 21a I.v. 1..10. He t.
I "I had occasion recently to havea" Effective from Port Tampa )'1..., rbiimlay, April 14, UM... I U4A.. 11111 JI LvAth.ntloJ\.ltCb Lv \ IJ; P 1M P "IOaus Lv.Orange ('Ir) r r..
am the
opinion your Aunt :Maria I.vl'nrtTnmpa..SnnTues.Thurs....It1: will think tier nleco Is not golug; | ; to -he shy Ml at the word amid then .. .6SOp ArKeyMe.t.Tue., 'Ilium, Pat. .. $ :'illpm) .. -

make n \ \'1'hrll1.mt\ mil tdl. If Idon't bravely forged ahead-"corn removed.: Lw Key W..S.... .Mon, Wed, Kri 1\:.a) I'm Lv KeyWtat . . .....Tne. Th".... set .'...10i.m: Dolt, IIO.\tESTE\O EXTENSION. No.belly Iw No. 11. i SANFORD= BRINCMB : n
Ar llavana..TueeThnn.S.u .OsaOttm: Ar fort Tampa.. W..d. Fri, Bun...... OKWpm: _Er. Bun., Ea. Dally
shell! I stepped Into an artistic little waiting : Sun
think me n regular; .... Line.
: vHiia
MIsmbK.yVe.t 30 a L. . ...... .. .......... l .
motto .
lUck room and ruy wants known at Key; Went. 600 p a10; a r........ Tltu< Tonrhlnir .
( 746: ,.....lIow..Lt'atl..Lv. .
"It's far better she should think that to nn attendant. Theft I was ushered ElTcctlve from Miami, Fl 1..., sailing! Thiirailay, Ieceml.er 8, 10C4.! alAr 34i I y DOlO a A6..8suford

thnu to hove win her dislike l h Into an operating\ room. A trim lit I.vMlaml'.Biitt., Tliunilato. .. \'Mlam: Lv lUvarm ...MontlUT. Friday. 4jOnpmAr
you > Went .. Th .ila . . : !''
Key Knnilnyn r .lOMHipia( ArKevWest.\IenditaFrlda3. U: m It't PENINSULAR M.A\.
nyliiK the wrntiK thlntr./ You know tle maid came and removed my shoo Iv K.y "'".t..P niluy..Tbunil.i\. . ,II1\: ) 1'0 T.vheywe.L.Titsligssahudava.. ....1:1.10: ani AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT
you haven't much tact. Hilly. I nui und sock. In cunn the chiropodist Arllavann. MundytaFrWAy. . T loam Ar AIII.ml. . .. Tuemlayn, f>atur liijs_ emOpm

, glad of it. A tactful man seems effeminate. who made a bow, drew forth an Instrument 1I1..unl-Xa..tt Llne.t Clnu Connection Made at Miami with Steaindhlps of the P. A 0s Comp'

with n flourish. shaved off Effecne: from Miami, Fla.. January 5.16.: -
LvNlamid.Munday.Thur..dais .II *t 1"0 T.vNas.au.. .. .Wnlnentlat. : ., Saturdays .10-OOan' > NASSAU. VIES
" "Thafs right! Put ,..,'jilt> misar, ou my corn and, vanished In a moment. ACNa.sau.Tue.d.ye, .'rhlll3'oop'U? ArMUiul . .'thnntllt.tluntl..}... AOUain: HAVANA AND KEY

tho 111t..II hw." lie muttered reproach Then the maid put on my shoe and KITertlve ir"m Miml.| WI..., Mnnilav.January .10, Imw.LvMlaml .

fully. !!sock and I went tntuP the orfl..(', where .. . ..Man, Weil. Fri .. ..3iHlp"' I.. N"fc" .u... ....Tn..Thnr, Sat. 3,00 pmArauau..u.s'r'hurr,6A Iroii-'t'iiT.1 Iime rabe..how: thetlmeoal whloh" train' rnnbo''f'PC'' !, n lit arrive
Ar .
.. .8:30ao' Wed.Frl,3un. 8:30am ral"tlonibu"h"arru.iloraepur.ura 'A-dlO. nor (T rm,
"Hut there Is ono mibjeet. Hilly, you I paid $: Effective from slams, FI....Thumlay, April 13, 1'H*. tins duos, "" company *">i* itsett responsible for any delay.1 Ihot orally Son.'queue. .r n*
.. irot .
Two gasped Aunt hurl
IIIUMt not mention lilt you value your L.lIl1aml..Tlm.la>r. .. .. JiOrtpm L.X".o..l\ator.la'*. S.OOpmArl
Mfe, your reputation and my friend-: "Why, we never-paid no much to
ship. Iio von think you can retuein- have one removed In my d.iy., Till service will close for the season with salllnir from from Miami of Thursday.. April for Copy' of h. LOCAL TIMe. CAP.D or Oth.r lnformaloa
: Saturday. April:9,P105.
Will ami from IfoM Ut
. Mr?" "A bunion is *:>. resumed Hilly "
j C. MYERS.! M< "I'll try awfully Jiard What U It?" "and It's a great fad now among women JACKSONVILLE, J. D. KAHN
.), to have their toes uiautcured, and Aut. Gen P..,.AtfU ST.



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Prot3aiont l THE ANHEUSER BUSCH HrmarVaht Smile.Mr. BIRDS AND INSECTS. I The P..P.."... I
,, Robert 1'ollok, n Scottish poet.
, -- i I Thl' lxNSntrrtlnq' III H1Htrll'I..I< in srI -
BOBBINS j while a student of theology once delivered A rmrntmrnt .>f the Fruit
I; GEII. U. Brewing Asso's n trial discourse before the 4.... AxnillMt tlif Illrtln. t.< :.1 .'i,;Jit ni\jtle. the curve in" , iiiiy

IRYEY AND COUNSELOR Secession Divinity hull OilnsRow! thesubject \\'e hint' ...tun11;}' listed "SriOO) specie | iiillowitiK\ I the unturiil grain < the UGas
j.1't[ I "
of which wan "Sin. Ills man
of Insect front New Jerwy. and at w..1.| The tipper Ulo H often .MM-H" ..
I PamntrBt.LoulaKegtad '
AT-LAW. Dot ner of treating it was In the opinion ,tad tlie miller olilo tint both ..I. '. .n. --
UVM but ot
I MH) ) found
fled Iu
lleer. I'
in State and United States of 111M fellow students rather bom with :a xllitUt movement of roll.i i uUluil .
W",, ,';ltice tln--r loss thiin 10 I 1 per cent tire I In 1111)' $
Court. "SoM' b 1>> Messrs, f. A. Lonley' and bn..Inn.t at some pnsnakes there nf "Hcrow buck", Mllliml 1 !I..'
nudlble of the'atuiiae-' W:.' Injurious to the ngrlcultiirUt./ Of
R. [. Intlow. Tltunllle.Fla. errs symptoms) help| t 1.. firenervo the n.x It* nod i 1.1! >rr of
'tHce at TITUSVII.LK, FLA. derived front Pol the species of our scale t
i > attar which they JUr. injurious none ,
i !
Hy Mr It L. MotlnwCocot Fla. rotation |pnrnllrlrJlh! | itself on I' I pi r u
lot,'x high, flown phrasew.At Is I "II subjtH't fIdl..lt'. und\ few ot Olple or l I h > JtyrtWOl'O. Tlll'>'' i 1"11

!T.. UAULDEX, JOSEPH ZAPF Inst there cocoa one flight of fan out injurious plant lice \vnnl to hit nit objeet some fi i"< \ inlaway <.

D.orr ryTLleh was HO remarknblo that the :N.\\' n I bird N not beuellclnl I to the (In- Ixumieniuj nlowl.i I ,,\I- < II
\TTORXET-AT-LAW, Sole Agent. professor hlmnelf was, fairly obllitoito u,:' u'turlst' uiei.el ln-cinixo. It entin ,,'III) tllt llllpstrtetl"In" i jtlHtin challenge a practicaltest
glee and 1111I11, <1. It was whet
way .-. In tact Its I l.nblls be such n kill- rlxrRrhlla( H l 1.\ runs to
Courts of ia
In all the the State ? -- outs
WJi'?.ractice" ,. nut tile United States Courts. i 1110 h> !iijo:! West Bay Street the young rreacher had rencltetl the dreadful a ell. th It N really InJIII' oll14. To be or Klart It. Then It inoviM bin, 'u,. i ikiiix: in competition with I
In his ennmerntlon of
max '
, tits lino fitlNdown
I of Ini.Kt resistance. and
I I f
I Hi .+.J'b.TITi9Y1LLlt, FLA. evils which slit had brought Into till! i ,1 t' benefit to flu I Irult growerbu. II any other.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the 1111\111'.11'111111'\ It imremleil\ (111I)
----- the n orl+I. .! must feed' upon Insects: that canerhh It drop! I-IOMO to or l>i>hlml tin- throwerSueli \\'hy do they tlarei'Tics
I I. \VEUI3 ".\1111 hud It I not been for sin," remnrkod . injury, An r'M't llont exauiplo "r were tlio britrcnpxnx, nit all
-'rIIE- this 1 Is tln American cuckoo. | \ ease Lucas Paints
) Sir. Pollok. with Brent rehe-
kliuN were uxeil, In Iiiilln, .Mrleii. nod
ATTOUNET-AT-LAW metu'o of manner and tone, "hntl It not I\'h rh 1, feeds by preftreiice 11(1011 ten AiKtrnllti. =Nollihii? but e\ierlonr| of arc honestly made of
in the Courts of tho 7th HASBROUCKMOTOR. been for Bin the suille of folly had ess1:: i :Jllars fall wcbetrnvav: nod\ other .
WiI! H IN .11111"! | '>'M and eurvcN: mill !im!: pnietlee
I Circuit Taxes paid for non-reeidente ne'er been seen' upon, the brows of wls bin .\ larvae. This l>lnl u not a fruit run miKler tho trick niul i puler. of'liln pure materials, cover
land rents and accounts collected. dom." cuter at any time; hence Its benellt surface than
.. \\ ,'11',1I"'IIIHlII.. more any
-<--- are I odltlvti, niul It ,h''I'I'1'I'r}' --- .- -- ..
Tp'Iravu.t,6' :apo1rnn tort 111* Hat luMKihu I eiicouriigeiuent. .. . other paint, have a
START : xhonflntrIth. ll r f ho Null.
PKXXEY STEA1HEU It N Interesting to note that the I legend M.my JiiMoctlvorous birds fur IndU( Horseshoe nnlN kicked nlionl tho richer Floss' hold their
GIVES OKE.VTEU of the I1I1" still exists ,
EFFICIENCY "petit chAJlt tak) >
A. crlunnntefetrlrl a They < iinythlitg romla of tin. worM tiy liorxe liiuuiuernhle
and frenchmen refer to the headgear color longer, wearlonger -
uses always ;
thin i-oiues In their w aj. nod 1 some or nro' fur front tho unelem frill

ATTORNEY-AT-LAIY, -LESS RASOI.INK--: of the first Napoleon as "the little HUM,i sot wore beiifllclnl Hurt luirmlesHi / meiiN \\'.' nilKlif think them (Inn and cost less because -

TtrrsvDte FLOBIDA. per Horse hut" This .because. the hnts worn ei 11'11 thiin of those that lire bnruiful milker tell, IH there. In no Iron no well

Tower than any other Engine; made. by Ilonaparte at 1'ulllolat Lodl I. In lu fort: this must tie no If we ,'on'rtill' fltteil for their punmwe ni that ilerlvist they go so far.
I In all the courts of the, 7th
Will practice We continually demonstrate this. Kgypt, ilurlni the famous eighteenth siuiill\ number lit> really/ Injurious from horseshoe astir and similar worn Try them-or at least
Judicial Circuit.
Itniinnlre nod Marotigo were all forum In to the whole Hum .
proportion friiKiiieuN. Tho mills. umiln originally ask dealer.
Commercial sizes' 8 to 300 Horse Power. quite 1..111111.Vhel. \ the emperor became> her of the brit Blntt[ olitiitiinhlo, reevlv your

QTEPIIRM E. FOSTER, Special Light High Speed sizes from stouter he ordered Ills. hatter to widen As n matter of nctuiil fact U the from the eoiiHtiitit imuiullntf of tlnliorHos' John Lucas & Co

20 to a.:ill Horse Power. the tirlmn of his lieiuldrcsi, so ns to be grower of tree fruits actually beholden feet, on hard urfneen n poeulInr PhiladelphiaHodges

A TTOItYEY-A -LAVYJyalUpchurchjBuilding more bl''omlnhI. became fat purl"potbelliwl" tootr.h.\ In 1111.wnX nod could lie nut niiMi'iilInu lord touulu-nlnir. niflklnjt
} Jax.JACKSONVILLE Benj. W. Jerome. and ns his foes became do entirely without111'111'1 them n innMt perfect Hul>..timci for tit.

FLA. bigger/ and bigger h 114' hats becumebroader >ot a bird tackles the San .lose or ninmifitetiirp' of the Unctf !llllh'll.ft.I.' *.
STATE AGENT and, broader. Kor Instance the
pernicious scale\ or nny of the ether
WEST: I>AJ. [ BEACH[ FLORIDA. hat of Waterloo Is thrice the nl7.e of fruit H'III,'". I know of nom Hint eats
I The Largest and Most Com. the but Austerlltz, These facts nrerecorded other Hco :
npple' Hoe, I peach ur rnut or c& O'ZZaxa: :
;mete Establishment South. In the Inventories of the emperor's ftrupc leaf hoppers. There' Is m bin

I hntters, I'oupard et .cle.-Se- that gets effectively/ at I the pencil bore ...Manufactiirors and
I Uoulers In.
| GEDt S, HACKER & SON SfflALLEYMarine York'1'ribuue. T. none thllt dlgx out\ the round heiii

apple lM>reinone Unit gets lit tin. 'RCYPRESS :: AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Mauge

A Guaranteed Cure For IMle. ,, Hliiualc pear borer, none that hikes tin 1 Utexxul .
glue( that enls cnrculloseiioiK1
Itching Blind Bleeding or Protruding pour and ( nUll 'leads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. ::110111111 nllll. hlnJlI"", etc.
to a plum none'that
Gas Engines 1'111'11. Druggists refund money It 1'AzoOlNTMKxr save crop t'ontro Mills IInol l otlloe located at ItiilTalo III u IT, )Kill Write us for prices delivered

fails to euro any case, no exercises any effective to any part of tho State. Addiess. : lloilges t@ O'llara, lliilTalo HliilT, Fla ,
over tlie coilllng moth Now, here. wehave
matter how long I'Itl\' ellnlt, In ((1 to II
w NaN days FVrst RPI.1Cllllol1ves\ \ euae and most of our chief orchard. posts.

test, "do. If your Druggist hasn't It and It every' bird were given nu nbsolutely ,IMCICI': LIST ttv-

I . send KOo. In stamps I\n.llt will bo forwarded free bond and, If each did Its

e af port,paid by 1'arisllodicineCo., bent tin fruit grower, would yet Ion apt(

uNI w, St. Louis, JIo.lnliner to lone. fruit or tree, or both ncctirdlng Eureka Wine l & Liquor l Cot

to Hie xpccleH of liintvt /Involvetl.In :

I I ICiiuliio Kor Sale. ollwr,01..111, 11
bird nre hi nn orchard tho fruit grower .
'1"10 ( "c'ni Montlierii. J>Iull Order House.'
MANUFACTURERS OF 1 Kor sale a 5 h. p. Palmer Engine: Hhnft would yet burr to npniy J Just exactly :

and! wheel neaily new C'u"t >*185; will us he tines now, and were every
Doors Sash Blinds sell for $7.;;.fM Renson for Helling: : Owner bird. ronunod. he ,,"oulollilt lime toNpruy Express Prepaid. Full Quart Measure. '

wants a larger engine. Address .. ---
; If ----- --- -- -
lunch any more.The '
& Material J. M. IjAi-Liy: robin Is especially mentioned' 'I I l ; -1:11: x I'i,

| Moulding Building iltt Tltimvllle Fla. Itecoiuu _ _____ _".__ ..____L linllon. LQ nar ..l2ngrtt CnxeIl
here b'culI" this bird I has "U<
lcholt'lI th9vateaurk . . . .
+ fl IIU dI I Iltl .11 I .MI FI1 tltl
Office: warerooms King, opposite numerous nnd HO 1 hold> In I our state IlntcheCx'1'bat'NWhixkny . 160 I 4 110 II UI) 1:1: 7. !
Cannon Street.Charleston Iteud The Xv York H >ral
In Florida.It fruit grower. All kinds. of small fruits KIIU.kl N. U. Apple lIrltrllly. . .a . . . . I 175: .1 76 71N1 II (ININ ) .

S. C. lire taken, beginning with strawberrles l'. Apple Brandy . . . . . . . . . . ::1 2"t: :I 25 d RS \\I ill

If[ interested, write lor catalogue and contains exclusive reports from all and cherries! in spring lord ending 1'nwkn: M1lnlt. . . . . . . . . . . . . 9INI dlNl IIN) 121M)

Information to with In the 'fall. Thousands Jollrek'L: :'11'. U. I'eaoh itrnnd . . . . . . . . . 975: d75: 7/N) II 1111N.
I Sash Weights, Cord anu the Winter Kexorts ; Automobile and grapes thousand of dollars' losa woe C. I'Mch IlrnOdy . . . . . . . . ... . . a 2\: :J 21\ .t H\: \\I 70

E. L, BOSTROM Agent. Society News; Latest Market Reports upon t PurekaNL'Corn: \ . . " . . . . . . . . . :JI:1:! : 2\: 1R5 \11711run'kn
Hardware and all the news of the busy world caused. by them In >\yie, summer of : S. C. Corn, XX . . . . . . . ::1 Oil :J III) Il'IlI \I lNlMnrnkaN '

ORMOND, FLORDIA. Adventures of Buster Brown In the New liKii.: It Is fair to question what ben C.flonl) XXX . .'. . . . . ;.,7 . . . :I 7:4: : 7\: t 11\ 8'10:

ellt they rendered in return ].:urlkllN'.O.XXXX.( . . . . . . . :. . :.t1\1I fdl<< ::171\I 1rJlI I,
Window and Fancy Glas ;23T- OLD NEWSPATERS for Sale York Sunday [Herald. -;jl7Jtcnl ;l The answer Is. positive. To till hortlcultitrlst Crowhontbo0. . . . . . . ? . .11\1)) Ir.1I 117\: 1:1110Jlerrntlllollyo :

A Cheap, at this office.a131 they rendered. none ut nil. In \ . . . . . . . . . . i', . . . .1 tNl) .j 1\1) 11'7\: 1:1: 1\41 ,
SPECIALTY. IC.state; Iiurtya1nN. the entire list of Insects found lit robin "tinnny IIruok Rye . . . . . . . a 7. ::1 7\: 111:\ 11:10Hunny :

,. IITOq..na to PI tar ,1:ie utomarha there Is iiono that IM a real ItrnokNour 1111111 . . . . . . :a I 7\: :J 7\: r. 11\: Il :.101'rbuNprlnK

DINYrnt rvtarNN lor ,1''a4i' ttPf'll : . . . . . . . . . . IroO l IIS flllII 1:17\: :
orchard nod there are iiou
f.na.: ,"Your, roundl, 'hl I Nice M-room cottage, well\ pest Silk V'lvet . . . . R 00 I' :25 l' (011\ li 'ill
BILIOUSNESS I 1 : ; r1 Ili located', In TltitHville{ . . . HIJOO IN) upon small friUts that could not. Onklnnd:1;17.; ..uo II'Ihl I UUII ..
rarl: if1 You c.n" .Irord :..& /G 12 acres Land and House' iitvo been much nmri chctiply" controlled =--=-- --- .... .
h to but ----
.'t fi plum
,. ?---'A'M.O' . .. port set In Orange Trees, 10Jall tiy the horticulturist bud they '
Jin from JNtlt'ill< to )|<;i.-,0 iallon 1)e1lvNred
CONSTIPATION !: Oallie . . . . . . 700 INI) occurred troublesome numbers. per '.
& i Nave. twxlvr INhelxnf, lI"tnh..tt'II ,1..1. IIln..k end Nerxtre a .bottle fret. Nnre. .
PERRYSEEDS 3D acres Land neatly !Ji.Q I would not fur u moment suggest twxlve IahxlN .r
}1I"'II..tl', old Ilya and axoure r bottlx ,...... Mara tw..I..I..h..I."rlllat'II..U''rI.L', W hlNky sudax.,.
;5mfe& BY : Mile Kivor I''runt1 I! mi Ion any general relaxing of tho rotectloii. earn a 'INittle, Irxo rave twxlvr 1111",1. fIr Kurrkr N. C,1'xm: and xnrnrr r bxttlu. fnN.. rote twelvx .
north of Eau': U.tllie; . . 400 oil tow accorded. to any bird but It Is fair IahnlN urKnreta.. N. e. Apple. llrxndy. .and uumrs nnx bottle ,nix. HD' twelve Ia1Nlnur tr.II.k" Moltandaermrxxnebntflxlren.

THfeDFORDS 20 acres Klver Front aft| to renllze that us BOIUII of the protected hi-ii lhdt. YNlPd.. No ,'h"'I" (.rrlreaulallYnabbnughtauuniDrrly'uturngtwtlxfpxr/ta1lnnltla for jiii| Iinxii, orilri4yum>. All xf my .linttlmi. sr' .. full/ IIiHuxur tlmu .
th standard aftvr 49 *' irardeevllln I . . . . 4(1000 ,
y" r .
"' > Alt MLA IIdI1r11 l>n>tiiln .I wlilnkln milil iivor 'my Imr at lout
' birds make no return for the fruits 1'urlrlax III il i
twit. 1 buy twi produce
y .
BLACK-DRAUGHT lt). lartfVHt MUtl BlirVHtcrop 21 tf 11. L. OAULDKN, Agent, All WlllBH '|11I..Loot..n appllratlon| ,
*. All dralxre wllttifftu. TltusvlIIe, Fin. hojr; destroy the fruit grower should '.oaves' 5 fur )011.
Our 1"3< 1 bo nllowed to protect his property but

"Vred Annu..1r' more. Tliern should be no opening' EUREKA WINE &
on roqu".t.D. no LIQUOR COMPANY
Because the liver i ir b "hle Property For Hale.
neglected people euRerwithconxtipntionbiliouaneee M. Frxxv 4 Oa.DrTN01T .hut would. allow of wnntoit destruction ,

r MIOH Two nice cottages adjoining, each -Dr. John II. Ninlth, Kntomologlst: I :'in WfNt buy HtrtM-t, .ritokMoiivllle, Via.!
hradachceandfevere. Cold attack 1 other in North Tltunvllle, with an acre of the New Jersey 1'xI'rlm"lIt111111011.\ : --- - - ,- .- ..
the lungs contagious diseases) of hammock and five acres of rich muck iefiirn the Stnt.- lIoitleiillitrHl t Society

Irks hold of the stem.. It is safe | land, suitable for truck farm. Good ANNE: ::J3 ROTHERS.
to nay that if the liver were always $ d S [ river front. 'fhelargercottxgehANtiree To Cure a Cold In One Day ,
kppt in proper working' order I N sleeping rooms and a servant's room upstairs I-IIIIMK: IIIVVIIIHKIi.M ":.HT/tlll.lMIIKI. > 1"""'

illness would be almost unknown. i iThedfori's g S &> CM ip ; and a parlor sitting room dining Take LAXATIVK BIIOMO' JUININK Tabets If It- \ : WINI-, / INS ANI. IIItANUIIY:
UruKglsts ret u in I the money
and kitchen haloes The _. .
room adjoining ------- -
Dlack -
-Dravght is - -- -----
so alls to ours JV.. irovo's( HiKiiatuie
successful in curing such sickness lilS2 8. cottage has two sleeping rooms andservant's In each box. 2.:;c. Red Cross Pharmacy.Cti . Express Prepaid. Lomp's Boer.Kulra .
1 Because> it is room In second story, and Yer nm.
], without a rival as a | dining and ----- --' -- Full (Jiiart ln....tire.lltintlntfl 4 (It. H gu IWtt FYIxhR Hner . ., .. . .,. .. .. .. .. .. .tl:
nvtr resrulator. This great family I I"Medicine .s : ; sitting room, room kitchen n.* of Habit. 'lnl KyNwlHOI. . . '28"1'1'1' : rm.... . . . . .. . .. .?. .. ..?..."I Ju l
ii not a strong and it:1 below Large, brick cisterns to both built Its nestBomewhore if'oiinty I&ye. .. . 2 'IMI 4ft 7/111/ HmiMlnnl . . .. . . .. .. .. .. . | 'mi
drastic drug but mild' and I bouses. Adapted tor a nice winter The ('blmlll'1Vllllow aluuoNramHyn. .. . . . .:1'11MI: / NMI' 1\.I..II..r..k..' . . . .. .. .'. .." .'.'.'.'.1111'
Healthful a .+ C) home. long{ before the white manconstructed llannn'* "44" lty. .. . . . ..:'I7A /M1 UR /M h""I(8r.IIIII".rteI.' | . . .. .. .. ...,, Him' !
laxative that cures con- i the potato ",,,'1.1 ...11.. . . . .411" 11"111.11111" : Jluftft Allf, |tllltft . . .. .... .. .. ......... 1:1/1:/
"pation and may be taken by a g: + Apply to Oco. M. KOUDINS' chimneys. Mult Whlxl mere child without possible '1'1 tnsvllle, Fin, bug had. Its home on the plain beforet rear rli HritiiilrApplM .. .. . .. . . J TO IHla U (
lunl. o a knew and the i-oiiiiiion Itrnmly . .. .3 7A i.1 II MlMl Dulk Goods, Jugs Free-Not
s ; N ever potnto 1I..1I.lIn.( . . .. .. .. . ? 8 HI, 4 :m/ T HA/ Prepa eI.
action on the liver I Shoe Itelmlrillg.r elm beetle hui fed voraciously In tho Iteimvit Ulil . ,'' '' . .a 1.11'1/ linnTim/ .,
eabiliousnee C. Cnri 'lirm . . . . .IUI..fI..II'.Uln.C"r.! .. /lrxNl) I Orailn.
cur nirolliw on a North > OirnMiiiifitulii 'Jim 4 m
of North .
It has in- mountains W4.IMI I > rlrl.-Itx1In, Com
an Punt .. . . .. ..31.1lfM'/ U fill/ | Hi i in. riii
+v'Boratinff' effect on the kidneys ft) do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng perlen of skullcap sciitelliirla. touch .Inniftlt'M Hun . . .. .,. .. :"j "'I 4:11I: 1 eM1 .-'I".111Y.. '
uecausa the liver and kidneys do C) , V and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. I ng apparently uo other' plant, In localities 1lndfonl: KIIIIIOrAfHi . . .' 8 1"I/ 111 u Mlu .I"I for per thn "<'J 1011..I.'.Ilyalln, Corn Itu,,,. ito>e
. .
bO acids reSu'arly' the poisonous I:: Ie.O. -+ '" Pritchard & Son. AXDHKW OIRSON where the elm was not to bo Kli>.K ..r Hninilv KentiKikjr lumrlion. . ..:.31.1III"I T"I// IHl RAH//nn IIII..HII'...r 4JI.I "41" IC,... J'eucll Mud Alilito.

the i bowels along with the waste from TUiMTllle. Fla. found. In gardens half starved bees I'ort Hlmrrr
IIId get back into the blood : have token to grope and raspberries.neo . Aaenrtlnnnt .lIn..1 nn all Noalx of same irlr0. le'l<, 'ocU'I".II''DIUy.
virulent .
contagion results. aaFi' For Charter. ---- ----
when there wns no rain from
Thed-I 1:4UJHVe"t A V.1treatment with < a ,
,'> i 5 the Fourth of July until Oct 1 :. everything
the :
dangenwhich lurk in constipation removes 9 enCI Cruising yawl, Trochee. For particulars having 1>"':Ollle purcheil! long be -- -

Ilv'.r and kidney troubles, and will i enquire of the owner, fore and Insects living on green food CHAS. :SL""C"' IML SG OO.

tiltlvely forestall the inroads of ttca SO Stanley latching Stuart, Fla. did not !Increase, the roblna. took to I IaI7
s disease, for which die needs and green fruits. The apples\ alo a. H., it., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.ULLQTS. .

ease m advanced stages there is i Cleaning and I'reHsliijf. : In the orchards! were dug out as It by

5*?,c.cure. Ask: your dealer for a .5. o m mice. An American Golden Pippin I ;

Draught ackaglt. of Thedford's Clack- U 6 o y All work done up-to-date. Call and with a heavy crop, presented a re '
see ma. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor mnrkabl appearance with

rD 2. Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. ln apples hanging on the tree r tDRw
ftS N nr Ike empty shells.! In I brief, noren

turx: will Ignore the prompting'; of
Dude County Laud For Sale.
habits worn" h ,_ (
011 ntinire. It will change IU '

The Viavi f ., 0 For sale, cheap the northeast quarterof '"', ,.....11,. demur,,}... Fwr

S E! southeast quarter of section 3, township
=: 0 : A- ti 38, south of range 41 eat; close to JOB PR1XTIXU of all kinds done at

-3 O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on =tbls office, at reasonable rate Give f
Home Treatment. a 8 SC Lucle Ether; 40 acres. us a share of your work
> Go
Also, the northeast quarter of northeast I I
o d oS r. quarter of section 18, township 38, ti f 1
oath of range 41 east; on south fork ofSt. "
"''. ;all Inflammatory conditions, f-t > 1 i .. Lucle River; 40 acres. Apply to Z 1 9 j"t , ,may

I tersa'' Iud .' a CZA CHAS. 11. WALTON, I ITltunll1e I
external. Vlavl U a nonJ1 + '
;,!! ;; Fla.

ai treatment for tumors. Call or F I< x I I. l
!ilr) Vav r John White & Co. It 1r, y. l y
| literature free. Vtevli 1 1I
"ell > use 20 num- .Jj "II.lm 1 : i t ,1..p tl
years-patrons lgl '
bere ' BhHiM. *..**.. ..... k 'Y\
-temilllooe.I CP Pi4rm. r I II
c: 'r" .

I Florida Yiavi i Co H IX ? -. FURSand Hides. ;jV E ( lI I'I 1

... I'uLdt ( Co.
t \\IaiD Agents for the Hrevrlne II
St. 'h'.u
Jacksonville Fla. IeerMna i. a .

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, V. 4: I EAST COAST ADVOCATE, MARCH 24, 1905. ,

r I JAMBS. PBITCHABD. President WM. M. BROWN, Viee --
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f P. A weekly Journal devoted to the development of the Indian River, ROYAL BARK

( Lake Worth and Bay Biscayne Sections. J

Paid up Capital, - $25)000)

i If l CII AS. II. WALTON, Editor and Proprietor.. Baking Powder Average deposits, $200,000

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v -. "r n Transacts a General Banking

|I', We refer to the possibilities of the vast hummock commencing at M a..kes Cle& Bred 1 1l qfl t, ; r Largest and Oldest Business Bank, on the

North Titusville and reaching baek"toward New Smyrna for eighteen w River, ,
n 9 Exchange bought and sold .,,
on i ; II i I. ,,
miles. This body of land, generally known as Turnbull Hammock, is ) Countriea

rival in the State of Florida other State for the richness I t
wIthout a or any With Royal Baking Powder there is 1 1'utronairo apI.rel'lated, l'rnn'l.t"' ,
of its soil and the opportunity it affords/ for making Rome man a treatment,and every favor run'j ne t "Itl'1.
with the hands of narrative banking grave.i
.. millionaire. Practically the whole Immense tract is uncultivated, for no mixing no sweat ; nM P!m -k COllRE81'OXIJ.:: !

. the few fine groves in it are mere dots compared with the thousands of the brow. Perfect cleanliness, greatest Empire 'Crust Comllnn. :->, \ S . \' ,

acres still uncleared, awaiting the man or men who are shrewd enough | Florida Hank and 1 runt r<> ?la k i Iri ,
to take advantage of the present situation. The hammock ranges.from facility, sweet, clean, healthful food. -ruX] T-.I I L .A.

one-half mile to a mil and one-half in width, and, as we have before - -=

said, J is about eighteen miles in length, beginning at the very outskirts Full instructions in the Royal Baker and Pastry Cook" J.8[. JD <> :BBI: ,S_

of Titusville and stretching in a northwesterly direction. The soil is book for making all kinds of bread, biscuit and cake (Successor to Dobbins Itros.)

composed of a rich, black loam, and is of immense depth. Its resourcesare with Royal Baking Powder. Gratis to any address. GUN" tend: :T... C Ii. S 1\ILI: : T :::E-l.
Checks Door :Numbers, Stencils Trunk and Locksmith/ .
Badges, : |>I>
exhaustless the ocean, and it only remains for some man, or set -} EPAIRI U OF GUNS: AND KEVOLVERS A bPErrACn'

of men, to take it in hand and develop it. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. 100 WILLIAM ST.. NEW YORK. Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises K. j'] ,.,.,.'
111\!:! Marn :bt. Jacksonville Via.Tim .
While riding through portion of this magnificent tract of land
Merritt.The much Improved In health, and shows it. .
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recently, we fell to pondering over the possibilities; of wealth that lay :Mr. Mussulman him just returned from a.. --

in its vast acres of undisturbed soil, and what particular crop would till down the coast but I doubt if ho SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPAQ
River View Hotel closes for this found 1 1tlnt.r spot than Men Itts Islandto
yield tins largest revenue. Then came floating before our mental vision Reason on Monday.! !; rood bye, good locate--taking it all 'louncl.

great waving fields of sugar cane, And a huge sugar refinery in Titus- folk; /Rood bye. An yet, :Mr Haight has I Monthly, quite patty t from River View
Dot decided to return Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
hotel took advantage of the lovely moonlight -
ville, with its hundreds of operatives busily engaged in an out-put of ,
Mr. Glass (and family lewe for their I night, and packed hampers of .5-"
sugar thnt would make the Sugar Trust green with envy. Capitalists northern home thin week, but willie- good thinvs to eat and drink, and cooking .w. -
could search the world and not find a better opportunity than is here turn early next fill' to their new home p.irphemalia of all kinds I -enough; to -
Vitrified and Brick
:: which ho purchased this winter and has' last a year, so I it seemed; bid, bedding, Paving .....
presented for this particular industry.The /greatly' 1m Pl'ove.I11': (lions hits given I etc. ; and two I servant, and all went to the

cotton mills of the South have paid large dividends simply because au order for a launch to he built. for the ocean heacli. Up to this willing (Wednesil.iy .- Offices foot ot llogan Street, Jacksonville, Floiid.a. Teloplimn \. J w
use of hU family for cruising next winter ) they have, not returned. Ml.Nevinn
the product manufactured grows at their doors, and this project lift has ulven the order to the boat has the paily as his guests so J. K. :MUXXERLTX, General Mann er.
: bulkier who have located at Merittt they will not sillier when the Chief has
could not fail of success for the same obvious reason. Florida cane :
Lucas & Veiity. the running of things./ Messis. Taaffe,
. I contains a greater per cent of saccharine than that of Georgia or Louisiana Egan Farrell, Kingsland: Wynne and The Oldest Established, Oraln and Seed House in' ;il i", MA
A jolly patty of fourteen composed the fortunate
Ke.uing ate gentleman.'
and If planted in.TurnbullIammock would require only a mini. principally of guests at the hotel, were

mum of fertilizer to make; it produce. entertained by Mis J. i' TintTe, of Ytlfrtl 8
Brooklyn, at 'hilcony; tel: ," on Monday: The Colonel's Waterloo. :ovv.8.... Sours. : & CO.
But this particular ..body of land is by no means the only'sugar. afternoon. A table loaded, with dainties Colonel John 1\[. Fuller of Honey

; producing land around Titusville. Our town has the finest sweep( of bad been arranged on the south balcony Grove, Texas, nearly met his Waterloo, i. "
lit the River\ View Hotel, an.I'I' delightful from Liver and Kidney trouble In GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
back of town the East Coast and has been ,
> country any on evidently hour was spent "over the telcups" recent letter, he says: "I was nearly
designed by nature as the most suitable place' on the coast for the by those who were gathered: them. dead, of these complaint; ), and, although
!MIH. Ta.illo assisted in Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
was serving by I tried my family doctor, he did me no ,
building up of great industries and a great city. It is hound to come Mrs Thos. F'" :Nevins of Brooklyn, and good; so I got'a OOo( bottle of your great 1KI1
some day, and the syndicate who makes the first' intelligent effort will the :MIsses Tracy of Philadelphia, I'a, EloeUlc: Hitters, which cured me. I aT. LeV19. Me 200 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE: FLACatalogue .

reap the rewards. Mr. Gross hall accepted l11 position for consider e.utli and them thank the rod bent who medicine the on / Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A, r.. K'y. and At' I IUMeMurray .
the summer with a Providence firm, gave you
Some might say, however, that the Disston's. tried to do the same Too bad, Mr Gross to'get dmconriKO J knowledge to make them.'"' :bold:! and
,just as things/ look brightest!; He has, guaranteed to cure Dyspepsia; Biliousness
Klssimmee and Called If would
thing at one take the trouble to
however, rented big two cottages for and Kidney Disease. Sold by Ked
ti look over the lands where the effort was made to build up this particular next season. Yet, he may letiiiu: Anyone Cross Pharmacy1'ltllllvlllo, 1'lu. & Baker
the failure that once lives at Monitt will never ,
industry, reason for would be apparent. There an effort
fail to return to the Hail of sunshine and
was made to reclaim lands, and vast sums were needlessly expended before (lowers-especially If they get another J S. Department of Agriculture
401-413 East! Kay Street, Jacksonville] Florida,
: touch of those bleak Northern winds, .Veatlier liiiroan-Jupiter, Fla.
k they got down to business proper. The land we have called attention
mixed with Ice, snow and Blush.
t; to does not have to be reclaimed, as nearly every foot of it ts above Major Gilbert went out trolling about The following a comparative slate- -Makers and Jobbers of-

/. The soil is all there above water be tickled dusk in his little neat of temperature and rainfall; for the
: water. waiting only to to on Mond.iy night,
launch, Flicker, but' darkness settled lIttttk ending Tuesday, Mar. :'1, 1005. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
| produce a plenteous harvest. -100-;
down, and "miry a flicker llickoied Ir. -1004- ,
1 Who will heed this matter and give it the attention it deserves ? was his turn to 1m,towed In l"II1'llly,1n' JATtt." MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.
the stillness of the !.> 70 tit 70! 03 Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
oppressive night, was
I Come, see and be convinced of the truth of our statements. heard the "chug, chug" of a launch 1(1( 81 (1i7 7S 5(1(
t and while still afar, the "dog-whistle," 17 78 00 7--; 07 Fir t-Class Repairing; and Painting, Etc. Etc.
s: by which Mr. Gilbert usually announces IS 7') 0". 7S 08
HON. 31OBT. W. DAVIS. his approach, gave signal. All wa dark. 10 hO (W 7S) (Ii;i.1;
} the !' lmlI. Nothing daunted I 20 82! i7 SO W; )
r. D.eKllul\ :
: Your . .
21 81 j
the 11:! 71) 07
Major approached merruly shakily
IN the retirement of lion Robt. W. Davis from the of the Total rainfall for' the week .
Congress whistling "Don't\ cry, little gill ; don't I : .33 -, ,
: Depa tore from normal rainfall for the FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHESfrom
k i j. United States, Florida has lost a most valuable representative cry. Quick curtain. I
week: minus ,21 inches. Departure
r whose foremost thought was what could he do for Florida and her MIsH Elsie! Anshuntz of Tlttsburg, fr ni normal rainfall since January 1, a house that has been in business over thirix; sears
Fn., Is a guest of Miss Mussel man, vt LOW PUKES
minus 2.2S inches. and has always had the reputation for
l people. In referring to Col. Davis the 1'ulatka Times-Herald his
j the Wigwam, for a few days, :Mia
HAL.1' UAK IN, Observer. on the finest goods Imported and
." home paper, speaks in the following strain, and In which we thorough. l\luR14elman has added greatly to the attiactlvenens .
of Menitt this past winter,
\. ly concur : as she is not only a handsome young/ WilY USE OLD :STYLE:; 1U.OCKS, Mess cSs Slager
|t. :Mr.! Davis has represented his constituency la fact as In name, and his retire'i lady, but better still, a capable hostess when you can buy tho best Self-Look. ,
from the National forum U both practically and socially-ind a ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same
}i wont a source of keuu regret to bin many loyal ad. DIAM6NDS JEWELRY
good entertainer. We hope Mr Mussel- price. Now in use In the United.I'tatoll WATCHES
mirera. Mr. Davis never poncd as a speaker<< and It was but seldom thatSits voice will decide Motile. \ and 11ni1(13Main :st. ( 1'Oli.1
ii an not only to among Army Navy Departments. : j & s W.fml A. c. Li WATCH INSPEI
t was heard in advocacy of or In opposition to a measure, yet ho was recognized ns a us, but get some of his many, friends to Examine them atPrltchard & Sons, or.. 3110: W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE; Fl,OlilDA.
.' lending figure on tho democratic side, for when ho did speak It wall to the point, do likewise. !Mis. Musselmnn Is very the AUVOCA office, Titusville. -

;> and bin utterances never failed to carry weight. It was hU Idea that a CongrcslI-
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j. man should "talk lean and work more." 1
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How well he succeeded by this has been best attested
pursuing policy poihapg
'' FRED E. GILBERT w SzmcS: : :r.'C>rL SPr'trnc-.
t by the general success that has attended bill efforts. During his eight years of sore .
:e' vice, Florida's delegation succeeded In securing appropriations of millions of dollars I S I

for river and harbor Improvements, for government sites, buildings, etc. In .. ..utomo'bilosd ; : :: : Turnips-and Kuta Bugas. :

.1> i this hardworking delegation Judge I)avls was a potent factor, and to his labors is r I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl. :1

t\ in part due these excellent results But why go Into the lotails of his course In State Agent for Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.

h. the House ? It has been too successful, too billli.xnt. to be soon forgotten by the OLDS, AUTOCAUS and XUAXKLIXS.: Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Hose and Triumph. .1
,, people whom he bl\IIIIO faithfully, no conscientiously served Jlr. Davis bas made >"-**"- w- A Poultry Supplies-International Stock. and Poultry'Foods, Eu.I .
; a record for himself, to which ho may: well point with a feeling of pride, and one -MOTOK BOATS AND: STATIONARY EXQINKS: '

which has seldom boon equaled the annals of thH district ITe returns to the the largest stock lu the South . I
:rl;: keep call for I I... O.A.J.WJIJt.C::: :: >N". S Od.sJn.an.: :: : ,
.' of law Batteries, Coils Dynamos, Lamps, Horns. Write or
richer in
practice experience and ability, and will again take his place as II
l leader of the Florida; bar I'ltcus. Wall orders receive prompt attention. \ 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .J
27-11! West Forsyth Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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'I;' 1'roi'i.K are still arriving on the East Coa'Btl which goes to prove it THE -

f'; is getting more popular than ever, even if it Is a little late in the season. VEHICLE& HARNESS CO. ,

The custom of coming South to escape! the bitter Northern: winters is Coiner Forsyth and Cottar' :sts. Joseph D. Christie

rapidly and with the JACKSONVILLE, KJ.OUIDA. ,
growing ; general prosperity prevailing, an ever !

increasing number of people will in future years bo found Hocking to I

f the East Const. With steamboats running on the Indian River, what a Everything used by the Carriage and Wagon Maker and Blacksmith. REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS AGENT,

grand place to come to in the winter. -Celebrated Davis jfc Auburn Wagons for Sale; -

I SOS Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.
t Log Cast Wagons, Buggies, Surreys, Delivery Wagons,
JOHN WAN AM AKKII, the prince of merchants, says that the promi- OUR SPECIALTIES: : { :ad.lleiy:;: Haino8s, Rubber Tires, Carriage and Wagon Jacksonville. Florida

> Bent merchants in a town are generally known by their ails in their C: Taints.Ve .

I local These merchants take interest in the town and .
paper. an assist
-> Solicit Your Business, and Guarantee Satisfactory Service-

f the local paper to "boom" the town, and thus bring more settlers to it. ______._.. ___ ._______H ___ ___ __ - - __ you want to buy business,
A town without people is like a newspaper without advertisementsCAnnot you want to sell a businetui,
IF you want partner, or
::c..S"'lLcl.S:: J: S
be run on "wind" alone. you want more capital In your business, in fact '
you want anything In the real<< estate or !business lint

CITKLS groves around Titusville( are blooming heavily, and the air Your tttOD.ti.Oc.: :E?1oaso : JOSEPH D.Address eilKISTIE, as above.

is heavily laden with the sweet fragrance of orange blossoms. The We sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE ---- -

trees in the Turnbull hammock and other places in this section are well

worth seeing. The heavy bloom is a forerunner of a large crop _,t Prices. Write for our Price List. Greatmoney J>ewlros('VU:R'I'Agents CAM: >Y.. O. O. IBottos, Sole The-Kny Agent.8<-'pS i ''
oranges for next Surgical lint
season. Uqimztne.Orrlna DRUGS
saver. Llnnnr, Cure. Van Horn'S L.:at'

TRAFFIC over the Florida East; Coast Railway is increasing so rapidly .1)r.Nhntedcinee.lU'hard( tliulnut.i. ,, M and 55; West BayWarehouses Sliver Smithsonian Tru I ..TraM
.'S''I. Surgical: >l r>re 8lng
, that it will not be! long before: a double'track will be needed. The Enterprise Grocery Co. l:Analprlac!'._": -
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Rubber Oooda. Mine Lick BprtetsiWJ?,
All Hickrooiu n Do NOT fail to plant out shade trees in front of your property. Do I 17 Bridge St. CnitcliM.euppnrter.Trutt. Splmu._. WeKnckbeix Baden, Lltb SprU"

'F something' to improve the looks: of your town. ."TncfIoo&ollyillc, 1''loi.idtt. Llectrta d""trloatl4trlell HeatinK rude; Jacksonville, Florida. Pars t vSul is"'"


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,. '... ........... Eden. Stuart.Miss QEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.

' EAST COAST NE\VS. .:. II. "-. Richards made a flying visit to Edith KItching-! was visiting relatives 1VI JtR. JBR: <>S.Q .

******************** : i this place, last Thursday.: ut Sebastian the first of the week.

Mrs. S. F. Webbentertalncd the bishop Tile handsome houseboat, Nlodlm, ball Corner Hay and Julia SU., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

s I and his ion, last Friday and Saturday.Mrs. gone southward, towards palm HOII..h.
rt* Newsv Contributed by Our Regular : and ItiHcayne liny.
N\ Saunders and* Sirs. Curtis WHOLESALE GROCERS
, y Corps of EuHt Coast Correspondents. .. spent Tuesday In Fort Pierce, on business
In Ills catboat, the Don, ut Jack

4 ..................1.1... .. .. ..... .. ..... ...r1..6.............- - . - A. Stanley's boat yard.
.. - ... :Mrs Charles II. and Miss
I. "' ?T ? .e......... Kacey Uacey Fruit and Produce Jobbers.
were calling ou Eden neighbors, last: Sheriff Krohock came up from Miami I,

"1'lcnse send all communications son, Km zer, nil of Melbourne, were call- Monday. Tuesday, bringing a new lot of Convictsto
|amt i ,Items for publication to "Editor, Ing; upon' friend. In Eau Uallie on Sun- Mr. and :Mrs O. A. Robinson! are en- wnik on the county road. Local Agents for Indian: River & Lake Worth Plnt'appleR".ot'lntlon..

I day. teitainini their cousin, Mr. Traynor, TI\II.ol1aro quite plentiful, tIle nOl'th i
Tltusvll 'Ia.
.\11"'","', rTE, t', The Curd Ciub met at the residence of this weeM' fork. There are also quite a number ut j| St'n.lus your fruit and vegetables. tir facilities for linndling, perishables cauao I

...fe- cannot guarantee to pnblUb his Mr.I lUll] .\1 rs. TaddNou on Thursday of There It an Immense crop of mulberries : '.ui'oa\ pool on tho south tork. be i-inalcil|. In this m.iiket. t

do not reach thin otncu be'u-p W eek and mulberry pies are the regular / The yawl, Princess, of )Eau:' Calls, was
Stems Tbursdaya3, Tea weekly rianc nt the Inn, was a deseit.Mr. In our harbor, this week with a jolly \WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY, GRAIN AND FEED.

noon on i'11y iiflnlr. 1'hl'tfo dances lire every. Kil- and I IIn.:: J. H. LeTourneau spent pert aboard, enjoying our lino fishing.Jmliro .

day ulght. Sunday In Ankona: the guests of Mr.. llmiiHiok made a business tripto |
Miss (bit aid :Mrs.. George Burnott. Km' Piece; Wednesday. Tlio Judgo
Melbourne.Tiibm'ilptiona Mlm ,
non.uontnte/ .
N (he glllMt of Mis A. Florence lItld -, BishopVm. Cm'kneIray! assisted by nays Kurt Pierce Is all right, nod I Is only Como :cut j.gh t_

-- . s m this ivk. Ills sou, conducted services St. 1'aul'ncluucli second to Stuart.

-wr' for the AUVOCATK, The rains of the past week are having' ; at; :! :.'Saturday( IlftOI noon. Dr. .t r. E. M liter U here for a few days
h woikmg at his calling. Tlio Doctor experts )Fires usuall.v ,do oiiour In the weosmall
of tho East' will be a nt'l1d'llptrect' The
he p.uk paper Coast: on our vailous gloves new store Is completed and! Mr.
ee I I" < d U the Melbourne I'ostotlice. of citrus tiees. Cuieton has moved In his stock. It Is I in do it few days fishing before going a hours \\ hen everyone wrapped]
Palm leach
t t" Vest
Jacob Oohch has built himself a bran very nice and we are so proud of I it. It in (tlnmlier.\ Hut why huvon't you !a

)I'WHIW n OODE.-Real Estatentary: new rowboat which 1 is> proving a llyor in is sn, large, well lighted and convenient.Mr. Kdn.ird Halliday and wife left, Wed-
1'1' mil Conveyancer.. Agent for /Kma, Mr. Oobch's IWlld,., morning, for their home at Cairo,
Lt.erl" "'L 1 +nd' LOIIII"n."d 01..100,1\1 l Ilartforilr hands. and )[1'8. Whyte, of Fort Piece I 111. 'These people 111 tie gieatly missedby FIRE INSURANCE
t' ee)ran ee Ciinipantes. Hpucial 1 attention Messrs. came down, on l visit their ,
,lal'l' ,'lie, 'interentn ot non reniileuts. Thomllon,I Adamson, resi friends Mr. and Mrs. John Milh-r and theft many friend heie.Uenigo .
dents of ,
Youngstown, 0., have I leased I
sailboat: for the balance of the on Wednesday, took their friends to tho ; ftcI'h"I'MtlnuI") I"I" nil fresli fish largo: and small, ; l bi t season beach at the lulet-Olll' inlet. blue, lieu, Monday nfteinoon, In about\ would think tho matter ov">r. Are you
itlviigo ones are being caught these Capt. Ji-romo is having Nome changes Tlio thl'"'' liners, trolling utf the end of tinyJlorttane '
made in tlio hibiscus, pink and rod oleandersare i still\ thinking: Iletlerronloto ltlccl..IDIWttty
m.iclunerv the Volunteer. ; shoal. The fish average! about
&lay Tho work U being done in 1Iollg (lII's I all in bloom The orango trees arm 2',1-lhs.' and lire hiUiing, ficely. soon Tho season of ovor-heatoil
lira i i L. llealey and her mother, Mrs. yard. full of blossoms and now growth and > '.
cliinmey lines\ Is still mere and
,CItt! ,+II I i nntoii, Ohio, are still among there U nothing; to remind us of tho Tlio :Mary 1). ''. \\'. Billings owner, Is .J ;your ,
Itlic pleasant guests of Hotel] Carleton Letters from Jackson, Mich., report freeze exeept the brown cocoanut' palms still IIIMO. !\II'. Billings was joined Tuesday .1( lioiisit' IK no in i mi tlreproof than your
Mis.' K.' K. Colby's father is recovering and the old pineapple' /lelds.Mis. : liy a puity of butts from{ :Now; neigh i!. l,ur'", .
A n ton R the )late arrivals at Hotel Belle.no from his lucent illntss. Mrs.: Colby is I :SiViyrn.i.+ They have all gone up, the '1'humnnpminlesweiepreernwlravupaldI ) I
A. Curtlsclosed
ire Mr Chas. Winter, wife and chllI.lren now at his residence thoNethciby, river In so.irch of the Silver King. -
ind' Mr. and Mrs I Herman '1'. Wln1919. on Tuesday, and left for Maples' N. Y., I, I + G out liiunlieils of thousands' of dollars' on ,
(Great Neck, Long Island Admiral r.lllis, Mis.\ Gillls and a party accompanied by her sister, M I'll. Caroline Walter; Kltchiiii! can bo neon daily turn claim. They urn ready to lIaIHII\1 ,
of ladies: were in Eau:, Callie this week, Otte, and. Mr. Chubb. They will spinning aiouiul' the harbor in Ills now tho
Mayor Stewart and wife entertained a callmg upon fiietids. The Admiral make many stops en route, and, will boat launch.; Mr. Hitching has nlruady lielml link on your property. F
itimlH!) ,it their friends at their pleasant camo In his Gist launch: the Dawn. home about the middle of April ] several sumo IIliters and I blisters;
!home bj giving a progressive euchre all of these. things, of couiso, go to help MOI: ;.a--.A..N" d-, wALTON,
party (II I is needless to say all enjoyed It.llr. 'aptain and Mrs: McXub, A. H. Hodg, The Whist Club was entertained by make boatruan
son and wife, fwd the 111"ssrs. Turner, Mr. and :Mrs. J. II. LeToiirnoau, last an expect : T.1"t'L'1.s"V"l11o: 37'lox'lcln.THE : .

and Mrs. F. Braidstow, of Waukeoan of Youngstown, O., were out enjoying; Friday! evening There was four tables, Tin yawl, Trochee' took 'a nieiiy jmity .
.; III.. awl Miss Emily A. Bush, of a moonlight/ sail on Indian< River on Kil- and a very xpiiitVil' I Itillno/ was played. out lug a moonlight sell, Monday< evening.Among .
Libe'ryvilln, 111., have returned from day evening/ Mis. Holbrook, nf Georgia ; Mrs Curtis, time party weioKieil. ialighor
jtliol 'isii' to Cuba, and are again: en joy- of Naples, Y. ; Mr. Woodcock of and wife.1. C. Hancock nod wife, Kd-: SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
ling ife the New Brown house.T Dr. C. C, Booth and Mrs. Booth returned ,
> in popular from :Mass., and Mr. Traynor, of Illinois, ward Ilalliday: aiiil the owner Stanley'

Winter of Pasadena, Calif., who their fast Uuncu a cruise, Cailoa.on Sunday Tho' Doctor, on were the guests of honor. Kltuhiiig. Need, Oiillgher/ had: l charge: of Ate now lolling Sewing Machines OX )NINNY: I'.VYMKNTW.: [ .

llusoeen guest/ at Hotel Carleton far went as far south as Jape Florida: and On Saturday, of last week, :Mr. mad the deck during the hip

{sometime, has left for the north. Mr. reports, n most enjoyable time Mrs. John Miller gave a picnic at the II un. (;rover t'luvpl.iml, nod! friend, SINGER SEWING MACHINES ARE NEVER SOLD TO DEALERS.
jU'iuIci thinks Meblouruo a delightful pavilion lu honor of Mis. Miller's birth i Dr. 1I1'\'lllIt, HI rived here, early \Vednes- I
Hare and spoke in highest terms of hotel Dr. Hodgson's/ drug store will shortly day., Thcio was; a line tendance.. The' lay, iiioining, coming; ilirect fioin tlioKxPresident's
I'aileton and its people. bo open for business. The finishing start was made ns soon after seven in tho home at I'llni'ulon, N. .J..J.MI' ) Our Direct Koptosi'iitntm'm In at your wivlco, ;
touches ire been done and Diop us'" a crud' mid, lie will call on "
goods arearriving' you.
Capt Alex, .1. Goode brought from morning as win convenient, to take advantage Cleveland: amid Dr. llryant will bo the
up A .
2M!( )
Illobe! Sound, In Fred Yate's handsome be placed the: candle power light will of the thin, and Mr.! Mlllor's !guests of %l lr. and 1 111 I'll. )Kied I (ialiglier, attlieii bEWIN'U:. MACMINKS SOLD t alt IHNTKI! : ". From 10) to :-JO!' percent discount
I launch the Messrs. Yates, Shears, audI 1 1.John drug department. large yawl accommodated the crowd. cottago on avenue I II.Itohel't )I.I I. allowed for old nmcliini'S." All magus" ( Maehliii-s, Kcpalied.i'eedlen I

(ln. They were guests of Hotel Letters from t!apt. Colby, of tbo rin- They returned In timo to go to church I Mcl.trlallllort1: ( day moor > (Hulls, I to.t for All Kinds. of :MiR-hliii's. ,)I'

Carleton during! their stay ; but left for1)rlllond. ta, report the vessel's safe arrival' at In the afternoon inn, for bis home I In 1'onimylviinia. Mr.McKailand ---.-----

) !, on Wednesday morning.Mrs. Greenville, Miss., on the 17th Instant. ------ ; < stopped with us tlnee months DO NOT USE POOR OILFor: use sowing! ninehlmm, writIng \
The Captain. reports high water and a l"nelllllOlIllI"ullo\\'!! Cold] this time. Next w inter \lio will ho back / nmchlnos, hll'ycluII11Iulnlll'"I'\"MI'\, leipililng/ 1IInll, lubricant, tho
Claude Edge came up from Mi- light current, but the I'inta goes up'just but never follows the of ) oailicT' as hln cousin, who owner' a lot best. IH cheapest In tho cud (/amino MNOKU(: Oil) < ellll only bu obtained -
|aim, Tuesday night to visit her the use Foley'sHoney I
parents ,
on avenue 1), expects\ to come ,Iuwuc'al'ly at Singer stores.ADDItUSS .
I Mr and Mrs H. W. Goode. Mr. and and Tar. I It stops the cough __ _..
I Mrs. Edge will make Bait G-allie their O. F. Paddison carried n jolly partyover heals and strengthens the lungs milafTords I anil l build a winter homo.Mi. .
I home for the summer, whero Mr. Edge to the beach on Tuesday last, In his perfect security from an attack '. and Mrs U. \V. Puiklns, Mis. U. : THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.
I triP resume business In that thriving fast' launch, the Wynona. Dr. and Mrs of pnoumonli.' (Refuse substitutes. II. Whitney mid Tripods I, of New' Yolk "

I little! town. Vaughan, Mr. and Mrs Dawlcy Miss Sold I at the ICud, Cross Pharmacy, Tl City, spent several days hen, this week, roroA) KLOUIDA.Hepaiied .
Vaughan, Miss Hopkins, Mrs. M.: E.: tusville, Flan: fishing In the Mt.: Luclo and iliwu( at OllbortH - .,
Mr and Mrs. C. Cochran, dear friendsof Stickney, Dr. Vaughan Jr., and several Bar. They woiu all successful, .
Mrs Iv. It. Oilman from others this Ol 13t1llr: t, Ol LLIlt3, OJ..gL\.1: S,
Youngstown, composed most enjoyable excursion and 1 landed large catches. The party
(0"> are late arrivals at Hotel Carleton. which returned about live p. in. Ueorgiana. stopped' on their ptlvntocar, the Convoy. -made to NIlIntlllkoIlO\v. Pile #:. ] >rop... n card when you have

These charming people have spent most work for us to do. Address J. M. M. BROCK, COCOA, )MLA .
of the winter#'t the Hoyall'alm. Miami, Incredible Hrutiility. :Mr. and lira Hammond 1, of Boston,
and, are now delighted with Melbourne Mr. mold Mrs. Lang left, Tuesday; for Mass., chartered the launch' Kgyptl.: - -- ---- '
and ,surroundings. It would have been Incredible] brutality their summer homo iuOcean drove, N. J. Tuesday, and went fishing for big fish Melbourne Beach. I Lotus. \
If Chas P. Lembeitjer, of Syracuse, N. up tlio dank and deep waters of the
1 apt, John S. Sam tries, of Brooklyn, Y., had not done the best ho could! for Mrs A. r_. Bruner and daughter, MSH! upper St. Lucie.Dl r. Hammond' l had
N" Y, who was a guest of Mayor Chas his suffering son "My boy," he says Beth, were visiting Mrs. J. II. Bower baldly gotten to the fishing I / ground and Mr. Cunning, of Cincinnati, O., Ix. a '
Stewart during/ the Chautauqua, wentto "cut a foarlul gash over his eye; so Iapplle.1 and Mrs Jas. II. White, Thursday. cast out hIs bait' bcfoie ho had: a spike, late arrival at Myrtle Cottage Mrs. iieen! In. unlertalnlng! filond 1

Daytona, but has returned to Melbourne Bucklou's Arnica Salvo, which Mr. and! Mrs Herbert Lee left, on mud l lifter thlity-Kix, minutes B"f tho Mta.fluau. amid Airs. 1 Durxton were from C'hluago, thin wcuk i

lie admires and Is a guest of Hotel Carleton quickly healed it and saved his eye." Wodnosd.iy' for their home In Kansas Um' iulesthighmtttghubroughtanimnmensuJew calling on lends I at tho Beach Matinday.: The Cliilstlau Kndevor': met In logul.icsesnli / ,i
Melbourne and Its people, Hood for burns and ulcers too. Only City. They have been with Mrs. LOO'H j fish to gulf, which weighed I 110lhit.Ntuidintr >n I Sunday: "ft..lloon."I
and we trust will soon become a Mel-! ii.'ic at the Red Cross Pharmacy, Titus- father Mr. K. W. Mrs. A. W. McC'ure, of Mr. Pleasant,
Lyman.Mr. ----- - -----
boHrneito.U vllle, Fla. Iowa, wan calling on old friends lit tho" Melons, mikes and, tomatoes are startIng :.
I and Mrs. and .'Ic rtallty. I ro nicely mince the nice
E Page their two : Itnncl, tho (Hint, of tho week grow ralnll.
Straut and his father prominent charming dlnlhtel's-fliell.1K: of Mr. :Statistics: show how startling mortality of lust week. .
business men, of Pittsburg Pa. friends W. C. Shepherd' ofVllkclI Harm: Pa., .t
(of t the Messrs. George and J., D. Mc- White City.Peter Peck-visited him for two weeks; they fioin appendicitis. To prevent and who Is spending !soino tlino, at Dnytonii, (julto niimtior of oranges are !being :
Leans, ue late arrivals at Hotel Belleviie left, last. week, for their homo in X ewYOl'k. emu these awful diseases, theta Is Just was hero on<> day: this. week, calling on hipped' and 1 good, round prices mere '.
one lellablo remedy. Dr. Kind's New Admiral (J 111111. being reall/.eil.

Tie, Messrs. McLeans, with the free Jensen Is still ill, but Improving Mr. and Mrs Alfred Hiscock and, theirchal'mlnj Life I'llls. M. Flannely, n't' 14 Customhouse There are HO many parties", coming and O: I

tea 101 their! launch and Victor I'hona- Mr. and Mrs. Clyatt entertained a few :{ daughter' Miss Myrtle, left, on Tutee: Chicago: says : "They /going these days Its almost Impossible, lloiin! tlulds are a thing/ ot beauty, but ,1fear .
have for audBiliousness. lit felt of tho beans
jfrapn. make it very pleasant: for their friends, :Sunday. Tuesday, for their home in Moutrose, no equal" Constipation to keep track (if them. They eomo us somo" young '
mernls by taking, them on fishing trips Mich. They hive: been visiting their I .. :U.'io! at the lied Cross from Indlanolii. Cocoa, Hock ledge, Ji.au, are Knowing KI'ouk' i:

and moonlight trips on the river and Mrs. Findley was the guest of Mrs. uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. HH-! I'l.mnacy, Tltusvlllo, Fla.Rockledge.) (lallloand I Melbourne. Mr. and Mm Walker spent the day "
ua.no 'reek: Hingilohl, last Friday. cock. with .
/ Mrs. Wal-
furnishing popular music very I'lollKIutly4ll1l4lay, "
Mr. and Mm. 1>. J. Dewey, of NoithMaullus
on the
sell water which our townspeople, :Several:! parties are now planting sweet Capt. Oeorgo Carter, took Ezra Slm- / V. Y., who have been Mpitndlngsomo kur s parents at ()juorglana. I

J ieHound as, friends, seem to enjoy from potatoes for early crops. monk and J. f Cannatta out llshlng on time at St. Petersburg, art making Air, and Mrs! IiIM"l ', Mrs. l:Kckei mini! : 'I'

park' )it of applause rendered from all Mrs. Sogatrdentertained. a few select Banana, River one day list, week, and Mr. and lira Matthews, of Brooklyn, Mr, and Mrs. Mc-rwln a abort "h.1 t, Mr. Miss Blake, enjoyed pleasant lanncli. : '
the launch DIII Bottlenient with last Monday, as lends! Sunday, afternoon. they caught; L'OI! () pounds of bass. Capt. let I on Mondiy, for Ashovllle, N. C. Vow 'y Is a brother of :Mrs. M. ride to Kau: (Jullli-, Saturday: ufteiiioou, \ "\ ;

cram' its jolly party ran up I George knows where to find the fish. .1.I V. II. Prince and Mm. I'rlnco left going by launch, Mystlo, ;.,
creek-a pretty sheet of water That shower had Tuesday morning Ami now another I Improvement Is !>., .
thai .(I" ,,lIe8, our pretty town. of this week, was we just what we needed ..r.V.. Bruner has the fluent !prospect on Wednefilay, for Ashevllle, N. C., en big niailn to our duck. A spur landing Mr. anti Mrs Ulslieo are happy over .
for beans' In this section of country. ruins home. In being built on the north lido, iso there Limo arrival of their domghter'iIrue.: Kck- J
Mr. Larson' shipped twenty-two boxesof He will begin picking and shipping thin ""mural and Mrs. Jlaxklns; left on Sut-' will pu plenty of room for launclion, nnd nit, and niece, Miss. Illitke, of Now York
Haw or InflamedtloW IHllg grapefruit, this week, from three trees. week. They were )planted: tieforu the uid.iy for !AiiKuttlne, where they salt boats, and they can land, In any kind They will spend Home time In tho laud
; cold weather, hut had n it conic throughthe will upend several( weeks. of weather. of( (11 lowers,
to forwardnow '
.juiokly to the wonderful cura- Beans are beginning go _
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live nd healing qualities of Foley's and will soon bo shipped in large ground, and were not I Injured.I.ltev. :Miss MyrnVIIIUnm bas been upending Mr. and I Mrs.1 Nicholson, i>t Mollioiirno, 1

one\ and| Tar. [t prevents pneumonia quantities.That J, II. Hawk preached two most ex i ho past week with Mm. Rhodes, on who have been spending a few Lays; at Strikes' Illddon Kockis.! I "

and' 'Jnsumption' from a hard oold at the home of collent sermons here, inlay.. Mrs. hei hoaso-boat, on Banana river. the Beach, occupying: Ocean View 'ot- When your lili| strikes the hlddoa
ltloll "" the lunK9-. Sold by Ked Cross cream party friends Frederick Clement sang a solo, "The tUIlI. have retuiiuul! to Alolbourno.: '1'110C,7tt'llje rocks of Consn million. Pneumonia, ,o", I
Mrs. Bates was enjoyed by many Tho hero Is line and
Inarmac.v, which lulling: every ; lit now occupied by Mr. and
Tltusville. Holy City, wait a rare musical you arc lost, If you don't get help from
:Saturday night. treat to all who heard her. She haM an evening large oatclieN are brought/ In,, :Mrs. Skllloy and two children, of Janesvllle Jr. King' New Discovery for Consumption
--- both from' tiio: liver and from the lake.
lads rubbed against the unusiialy sweet ''olclwlrlcb has \V'ls.
Our young: up \ : been J.V.. McKlnnon of Tal- .'
Eau Gallie. Rose Buds of Fort Pierce In a !game of well trained. Minn Bessie Carter, an Mr. mind l Mrs. Keinmert. and Misn: Until Admiral Olllls kindly took the I'rnM- ladegii' Springs./ AIL, writes: "I hail
base ball. We failed to learn tho result. accomplished musician, presided at the Hem melt closed, their cottage on Monday dent of the I.. C. A. H., Mm.J. II. Jlllls, 1 been very III with Pneumonia, under the "

Mr. and Mrs. J. Hammer Sr., arrived organ. and left for their homo In Jj.iltimoii' and a few friends. to the euchre party, cine of two dnctKio: but wait getting: no

from New Haven, Conn., Friday evening, Mrs. Mary J. Itllvln was Invited to :Met.A which was given: for the benefit fit, this", better when 1 begun to take Dr. King'sNew

8.RII'E.' HOIXjao.V-lMlvsicfAW\ : Axe Bun and will make; this their future home. spend the day with Mrs. Handy, Tuesday number of the guests of time New Society, at the Carleton, on the eveningof Discovery.! The first done gave
..\I Oallle, Florida. They were residents of this place some which she enjoyed) very much. Mrs. Hoi k ledge !Hotel enjoyed a most do Ht. Patricks! (IllYVe understand, It relief, and one bottle cured \II.,." Sure:
Blivln came here in :November: help Ii hl moonlight trip on tho launch, was a financial iiiccess.: cure for sore throat, bronchltin, coughs
ua*the{'.!* Near has. his well-driving plant years ago.Asevere _________________ less Invalid, and had been for three 1'aul, on :Monday night. The launches, Hattie M., and Helen, and colds. Guaranteed: at the Jted

ways for repairs. years-and) now abs has: not used her brought large of )Kau: Uallleltes Cross l'hm'micy'l'Itasvillle, Kin., price '
; Cult For TlireeMoiitlis. On Tuesday !Mrs. Fairchild and :\r.! .. a / party Goa and f1.01l. Trial !bottle free. ;
crutches nor her cane for more than a to the Roach the first of the week We
Smith of Hamilton N. \ aid :II I'll. ,
s to the beach on from A. J. :N"us- - -- -- ,
Sutda'rand letter
allt, The following,: month, and can walk; half a mile very Lucky of 1'oiighkoppMlo N. V. who are afraid their pleasure was sumo' what
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were enjoyed. Batosville Ind., tells 1U own well. Thero Is YOn ALL 1INIe4OFJOIl'ILIN'I'ING
of :
baum nothing better for rheumatism
die1R months have been upending the winter here, left damaged by the li "avy Friday Crown was In Eau Gallle' I last story. ''! suffered for three than a winter In our sunny for their homes. rain that was n badly needed and remember tho AI>VOCATU ofllce,

attending to some legal. matters. with a severe cold. A druggist prepared :Florida. which has nude every thing so frc"rllAn.l - ---.--- -.
me some medicine, and a physician 'I hank to the recent. rains. the orange .1
xaeapt BailJp, ot Melbourne Beach for me, yet I did not !Improve.I '! J. W. Bruner, one of Georgiana's; most bloKsom, which were falling badly, aie
"au prescribed J. R. WALKER & CO.
lotinessr Gallle'. ] this week oing then tried Foley'ii Honey and Tar, and enthusiastic fruit and vegetable grow getting very well now ; and while the Admiral Olllls has. been making >|utto I
substi eI'll. has; Just received word from his a few to "Oleander Cottage
"fll r) eight' doses cured me. Refuse brother-in-law, 1C. |II. Burchflel, stating crop will not be so heavy as usual, Btlll ," adding a bath-room and having: TITUSVILLE, FLA. ;
iuJioee Sold 1 at the Red Cross Pharmacy, will boa minus
Miss Perrloeau Mrs. tntes. orange: not quantity' by .
tamDbelt' tbat he expected to be on the East: Coast It freshly painted.! Oliver fjlbbs. Is having l
01...... I. and C. J. F. Campbell and Tltusville, Fla. by March :20th..! Mr. Ilurchnel Is well- any means. bin house painted, also. We think 'It4''

known to many people along the Kant: 1 On Sunday morning It wax definitely "Roso Coltsgo" would be a very appropriate tr'fsa II'
= -- Coast, and especially 'irevard Co., as dec,i'led' to locate the new church, whichIs name for Mr. Oibb'n) place; lie. has ,
lie was County Surveyor for several soon to l IJft built to take the place of inch beautiful roses, which he kindly j j''
; U,
years. Mr. liurcbflet has some valuable I the Kocklekgn chapel) on the river road shares with! his friends.. t
IF/IIR/E./ / LIIIFI.E I property here, and especially an orange I between Itockledga; and Cocoa, on the Mr. and Mrs Robt. Unntty and friend rI,1,1yy 1i
grove that .1. W. Bruner has had charge new edition Mr.: [ Douglas: ball recently! T. 'Woodman, of Youngstown, O.,
of for several
years, In shipping opened.
topped oil to sew Madame, Ifently, who 1..
Rome fine oranges/! iron the grove now.Ihurers on Friday evening, March 17th In ha.* been upending the winter at Melbourne

IIINlsIul RIAI1'flcIEI' honor of St. Patrick'. day, the guests. of and] the Hea h. They were do- ''t'I

| of (.ueunlonfa, the Yew Itockledge Hotel gave a card lighted with 'the leach and were not.
party which, wan. followed by an old at all iurprl il that: their mother wait no
A cold at this time it neglected Is folk'it dance. The Virginia Keel wa well contented here. We were all exceedingly It It.jl
If .:">u are contemplating taking out Fire or Life Insurance, give us! liable to cause pneumonia, which IS 10 led by Judge Neushafer, of New York, sorry not to be able to become

R Cal: I and we will Good Insurance! and Reasonable often fatal, and even when the patient who alllO called, oil for the quadrille. better acquainted with these delightful
Rat guarantee you as has recovered the ]lungs are weakened Refreshments were served and a most people. t
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as can be secured In any Reliable Old-Line Company, making: them peculiarly susceptible* to enjoyable evening ipent.

S the development of consumption. Fol- La grippe cough; yield quickly to the I
CEl.UYLErt.: d:3: "V"O"ILSc" : >N, ..A..g"ts.Our ey'. Honey and Tar will stop the cough, .'oley'* Kidney Cure make the kidney wonderful Curatlve'lualitiex of Foley'ii "O-jf() Perfect Trav Irunlu"Ha .jl't

LIFE FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE. heal and strengthen the lungs; and prevents and bladder right./ Contains nothing Honey and Tar. There U nothing: else t
9.OlT pneumonia. For sale at the ned Injurious. Sold at the Ked Crow I'har- "just a* /good." Hold by lied Cross Pharmacy tile Celebrated Tray Trunk: for Sale. ;t

We>also P Represent theorTly stood Florida Fire surance-OVER CumDsnYEARS. Cross. Pharmacy, Tltusville" Fla. ni4cy, Tltoatllle, Fla. '!'!tunlllo. -Call and MO It- ,", .


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profitable stock around the barns than PALM BEACH.

half a dozen good cats If they have a ;

I fair chance to get under mows and -
around the grain bins the crop of rats :Beach 'Club Cafe.Incorporated

+ ( r t"t"i' and mice will be lessened and much .

( L change loss npd annoyance avol<<1ed. -Ex ( )

01. >ewe and \ote.: Adjoining grounds of Hotel Royal Polnrlana, Palm,Beach, on tl"
/ The bureau of forestry gives prac-
I ,, Garden Truckcan tical naslRtniu-G to landowners In establishing
commercial forest plantations Breakfast Luncheon and Dinner at all Hours
F SoNy Ea'1S
be raised profitably only In soil shelter belts, and wind breaks and lu ,f ; : ,
containing plenty of Potash. All reclaiming nblftlng Hands and other
vegetables require a fertilizer con First-class Chef Cuisine and Service.
waste lands by forest planting. I
tanning at least 10 per
In the dairy <:n..1y. .

world's fair !1'1'1' n period of ten days -- .; Orders received for Dinner Parties of any number at all boms.
ending Aug. 4 the Jerseys were ahead .

la the production of milk and butter ';' ., ;.; ; .. -
I fat with the Holstelus a close second.<< :: :. <,,;
Without Potash fertilizer Is ... Hotel Hibiscus
no complete ... Pa1nl.: I3ocoh, Florlc1Q
The onion ... f\
of 100-1 :
and failure will follow its use. crop seems to be "'. ... \ I ,
Evorvf firmer nhntiM hnnourvnunhlnbnnknAn ) considered on the whole a good one. .. .-::,, x, ,,\l -- .
Beautifully situated on IakeVorth, among; the cocoanut n. ,
f rtlll/iiiloii' lltct; urn not ndvttrtiiiliiiftn Rite
.ttor IxHiminic: un,> ",purl.l fortillxtT, butlirMtkHof Deer are reported<< hecuralng so numerous fj : minutes walk from railroad station. For excellence of cuisine an "
niithorltitt fvo lnr?riuntlon that 'I'\'lce
IwrvAprulltiito iiir furuiom. buutrr iCortkuOHklntf. In certain parts of Connecticut the Hibiscus without a peer among the moderate price hotels 01; I I' lId\:,
/I iFiMi\v GAL wonia that they are a source of annoyance to 4r 0.WJ (ICOME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
New Vor't-! '* >aniiiiii t (rt>pt, or farmers damaging corn potato vines. (( ( .
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Atlanta.. On.. -:li;t Smith.Brood Slreet. and fruit tree foliage. -
:KILTMOItK N. C.Kenilworth .
ten Trices of nil our cereals are abovean .

-- export basis at present and seem . Tri-'Veeldy Sailings . -
A SUBSOIL PLOW. likely to remain too high to encouragea niLTMOUE N. C.
big business, sass an exchange In Inn
;A 8al..ollr For One or Two II....... commenting upon the fact that during BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK.Calling NEAR- ': ASIIEVII.LK.
e JSnmy to Mnke niiilrry Ktlrrtlrti. the months,of May, June and July our.
On account of ninny Iiuinhlea about exports of manufactures exceeded at Charleston S. C., both ways) .
nubsoll plows Killtnr: Hiinnlcutt of the those of agricultural products for the The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ServiceThe

Southern Cultivator proHonts his renders first time In the history of the nation. i EDGAR B. :MOORE, Troprleto..

a cut Of U liOMICMMncle, 8UbHOll plow. Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
has Stood the Tent :.:r; Years. .
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Dr. Hiinnlcutt this Direct -
RIIJ-H plow will (service Between -

break may sort of In nil, however hard, The Chill 'funic."ou old original know GnovE's what Tasteless yon are Jacksonville, Boston, Providence and all Eastern Points. NEW. YOKK. -
us deep four Mix mules
as or : can pull
taking: It Is Iron and quinine In a tasteless (Calling at Charleston' 3. C. both
tio plow, anti It N simple construction ways
In foi
m. Xo cure no pay, "Gets, at the SEMI-WEEKLY: SAILINGS
and easily uuulp. It may therefore Hod Cross I'harmacy'fitusvllle, Fla. Inuthbouncl....... ...... ........ .. ... ..... . .. "" .., .....!..... .from Lewis Wharf Boston Hotel MarlBorough
be of Interest In Buy region/ where ---- Northbound..., .... ....... ... .... .... ... :-..-.......from foot of Catherine Street JscksonvllleClyde \ ,

fjhero In linrtl ground to lie broken or Job -Printing.Do .
St. Johns River Line. Broadway Sfith and 37th Streets New York.
iSubHollIng nod surfiico packing are to
lie practiced. tint forget the fact that at the An- Line. iOO Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Lighted entirety with electric lights./ A tint-
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VOCATIC Tltimvllle we do job class, up-to-date hotel, centrally locate Conducted on American and European
The cut represents u two home sub-! riotlntf.", of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. plans and is managed under tbe personal supervision of the Sweenej-
Boll plow. The bruin and handles are "ixpudltioiiHly.I Lelieilieiuls, N Noteheads Stopping at I'uliuka Aitor St. Pruncta, lIe..tord l(el..and),and intermediate* landings Tierney Hotel Co. E. M. TIERNEY, Manijei;
JillhoitdH on tbe Bt.Jobn'lI Klver.
Envelopes Tags and all other
the snme nn nny other plow stock. kinds!. CoininencInK Tuesday November 1<">,HMM. ..
The two tiprlKhtx cnn bo made from STEAMERS"CITY 01 JACK8ONVlLLK"an "F1tI 1)'K DeUAU Yo"

two homeUKOD/ tire, catch two feet The Hn./neax Ch.n..... Are appointed to Hull on,(ollows: Leav.Jiu>knonvllle,,dally except Saturdays,at 3::)0) p.m..
long. The land bur shotiltl be about A young minister was called a few Returning, leave Sunford nally,except Sundays,at 1 C:JO a. m. Florida Oranges and Grapefruit

the same length/ anti should be made days ago to a church In a thriving 8.mtMonad. down BCHEIJlLE. :Oortb.BR..I Read.

about two J itches square from one upright eastern city. Ills predecessor had been Leave 311I) I" ma. ...... ...............J..CkHlIvllle.. ........ ................ \rrlve 2 up..a.
to the other and the front end n ",('known/ preacher whose sermons Leave 8 45 p. m. ............................Pah.tka.......... ................. Leave. 8 CO p. an. ALSO EARLY VEGETABLES WANTED BYMason
Should be laid bad attracted large congregations! but Leave. 300 a. m. .. ............ ... ..... .. A.tur ..... ...... ....... ..... (Leave 'J 3f I', m.
with good steel well Leave 430..10.. .......,.., ..,.,,.......,.St. ".fa..cl.- ....... ........... have. 2 00' p. w
tempered sad drawn down to u point whose expressed belief was that the Leave. ................. .. Certlelu"' (Uel..I. ) ..... .. .............. t..ave. 1'(1( p. m.
flue clergyman's; single duty was the spirItual Arrive 8 301a. m. ,. ............. ........ S.or,1. .. .. .. ....... ...... ..I..ve.. 9 30 a. m. :: :: 3xxC. Clark:
point can be made of any desired Arrive 10:00.: .a. m. ..........................EII'erl'rl.e....... ..............Leave 1011II a. w. ,
:wId tl1. welfare of his people. The church =
This plow will break the bottom of lad failed to meet current expenses for Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office t 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. 110 Murray Street XewlYork.

furrow mode by any two horse turner. several years and Its considerabledebt r. IRONMONGER!: JH..Anst.Gen.Pass. Aft. 122 West Bay Jacksonville.. Fla.
1C a one home sulmollor to dcHlrpd simply was Increasing' ; with mechanical W. O.COOPER!: Jr., Local Frt.Altt.Jaeksonvilie. O P. L.OVKM upertntendentJacksonville.
Foot Hogan St..Jacksonville. Fla. Merchants of the United State.
Member of the National of Commission
leave off all behind the front upfflght. regularity. The newcomer was not a A.C. HAGKRTY Oen'l Baat'n. 1',.....Aift. New York CLYDE! MIt.NE, Oen. Frt. Ant.: New- York. League
/ In either plow the Iron la made wonderful orator but he had a firm THEO. U. KOKK, Oennral. Manager. WM. P CLynE" CO.. General Agents. Fnrnlshed-
Cbesebrougb Building. ID State St..Opposite ..ttery.'ar.., New York. -Stencils and Quotations Cheerfully
mouth and two hevaa
secure to the stock by use of a stirrupor years
C. II. WALTON. Agent Tittisvllle 1'ln.
at the bead of
a smoothly running
) clamp made of a three-fourths Inch __ ______. __ n _____._ __ __. _.__
Iron rod. This plow will be Improvedby Business organization whose depart-
IIhllrpl'nll1tho front upright. It ments were handled by men who understood P. Ruhlnaan: A CO.

will then cut old roots and brick clay. their work and did It, which
This plow Is not patented and cau discounted Its bills and reduced Its old Atlantic Coast Line R'y. 261 Washington St. )l NEW YORK.

be made for about 75: cents for the ndebtedness.<< The church had becomea 9.'JMurrayStreet. J N. Y.

one) horse ;hud, $1.25 for the two horse.It working church.
can be used for n variety of work "The church," he said one day "Isa The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
besides simply subsolllng.( It li temporal organization doing an entirely -
enpe- on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays in November Oranges Pineapples
practical work. Business Integrity -

Is as necessary to Its continuance TO THE EAST. ,

and definite achievement Is as necessary Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington, thence ,
to Its advance as In any other via the Pennsylvania Railroad. and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
temporal or anlzutlon."
"Your predecessor was right, how. TO THE W) ST. represent several of the largest shippers in your State, and wish to reprint

.. ,-' '''' ever" spoke1! up one of his leading members The Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. R. you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 yearn.
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-- < with a smile. "lie always said the
Lord would provide the Lord did ---- ---- -- ---- -- --- -- ----- -- --- -- ----- ----
vide you."-Leslie's Monthly Magazine. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhla, Bos ESTABLISHED 1870.

ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore Via Sa
vannah and Merchants' and Miners' Trnnsporttalon Company for Balti-
more aud 1'hlladelphla. M. Lane & Son

dally lulllptl'lI'to loosening up sod TO KKY WEST AND HAVANA.

which has become hidebound) from Via Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. :250: WASHINGTON STREET NEW YORK.
long trumping. It will also pay well ---- -

to run It around corn and cotton Just Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Southern Fruit and ProduceIjvdloxcln.sin.ts.
after they coma up, as you cau break --r-
laud ten or twelve Inches under the MILEAGE TICIU 'l'S.
stalks without Injuring them. Dr.
4 Interchangeable mileage tickets good; over 13,000 miles of among the principal
Iluunlcutt has also found It the best railroads the southern states, are on Hale by the principal agenta. OO :JC.issioJl.: ) : : .
plow lie lion ever used for the-garden. ,
1 For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write,

The Sprlnir Wheat D....... ; FRANK C. ROYLSTON, Diet Pass Agt. W. D. STARK, Trav. Puss. Agt. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .
138 West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.II. .
The whentHelds of the northwest- M. EMERSON Traffic Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. Cards and our quotations furnished on application.
Minnesota, the two Inkotall. Manitoba WILMINGTON N. C. .
etc.-are the center of attraction. .
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According to American Agriculturist !''I iOLEYSlONEY TAR rOIEY5KIDNEYcmE.topatbeoou.baacl

the extent of the damage to spring SEJ.A.B: <>. .. I> beat.1ua. Mxkns Kidneys end Bladder flight
wheat by reason of runt is somethingfor
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-which It will be necessary to await AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR .
thrashing returns, which will be late : t
from some fields. ,,.ss.r LinesSPECIAL

veil posted people maintain that the

t damage approaches the possibilities of . Three Elegant Trains Dally . .

calamity to the spring wheat territoryof r Seaboard Express, Seaboard Mail. PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest
the northwest. Others believe that

the reports have been greatly exaggerated ; above picture of the Seaboard Florida Limited. and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coaat.
and that this! allegation will be
anil fish in the trade
proved by the thrashing machine nIlE : MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. on tlie*
;' In a general way It may be said that of 4eott'HEmulsion, The SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED Is solid vestlbuled train, composed IMPORTANT STATEROOMS POSITIVELY of bertb4
the rust bus worked northward from mill lit tho syuonvm for exclusively of New Pullman Equipment-Dining; Car Double Drawing Room ships, as no ticketa will be sold to exceed the number Indivltlua

I the original center of Infection In south. strength and purity. It is sold Sleepers, Stateroom and Observation Cars operating between St. Augustine; and or the seating capacity of Dining halls thus Insuring all passengers
ern :Nebraska. It must not be understood Jacksonville to New Yoilt via Washington; leaving St. Augustine 12:10: p. m. and service and attention.
in almost nil the civilized
that It Is equally severe In different coun- Jacksonville 1:_: O p. m., dally, Including Sunday
districts.A tries of tho Iobo. ON L.Y LI N E Operating Dally Through; Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRIDAY
feature of the rust situation Is that If tho rod fish: became extinctit *
For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent (See Scheda'3 of Ships In Florida Times-Union)
where It has attacked fif'lcl8. even If In would bo a world-wide} calamity Seaboard or write

too mild a form to materially cut down because tho oil that comes A. O. M cDO ELI.. A at. Gen. l'. s. Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON Agt. LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NORTH
the yield, the grain Is shrunken. This
is the result of Imperfect tilling;, the from its liver surpasses nil other JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. Including dellghtlul DAYLIGHT SAIL through the

fats in nourishing and lift"-giving .- - FAMOUS "SEA TST.AVns."
I light attack having diverted the sap of -- ----
the etra\\ 1"'lvlnthe' head ImpoverIslied. properties.: Thirty} years' ago !BO YEARS' a&
EXPERIENCE Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding
i I,, tho proprietors of Scott's/ Emulsion FOLEY'S tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins, tickets eto., apply' w

I Full trr.lliiv of Altmttm. found a way of preparing ARTHUR flaridj
W. PYE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, JacksouvlJe> ,
In smutpint* of California a common cod Hvvr oil HO that everyone} can 4 .
: method of solving alfalfa Is to lrrlgnte. take it and get tho full value of - ---- ---- -- ------- - --- --- -- ----- -

If necessary, In September orOetoher the oil without the objectionable HONEY "DTAR
the soil!!
prepare) ami then sow TRADC MARKS
Scott's' Kmul.MDn i is the
taste. ::
the .seed. ht-o.tdi-iiMt. with barley or DESIGNSCopvnicsys
sometimeshcrt. lioivU) .. ..i>me dun. bent thing in tho world for weak' Prevents Serious Results Ac.qnloklr JOB PRINTING

'. get from trust nt\ll l the a uraln" I ht thoughtto backward children, thin, delicate From a Cold. Anvnn; iwt'ttrtain.endtnq, our a Aeteh opinion enA free ds.ert wn thn th..r mrp aoInvention .e .

protect the nlfnlfa.. It I li l best not to people, and nil conditions ofwut'ltiug Remember la pmhubly c-maitci4tl.il.pillvntHhle.HANDBOOK(bmmunira.Uon.tnrty on P.t.nt,
piiHture the iilft.lfa: the drat: sonnon, but the nameFol.'s put. f r Ni. 4>l l.iit mtant'f fur curtnff p..t.nl..
f f nod} lost strength.' ....nt. lakim through Stun A Co. receive|
,,: to allow ]It to obtain: n j'u,1, "start' for Hong and Tar. Insist prrloi notice without clmrva.In tb.

the K'oJl.lllt'Ulnll. If sowed l In spring) Send t''r ftv inmplf. upon having the genuine. Scientific Jlm rica". Executed at the office of the

the grain 1 I'l'4ml" !)' omitted.-A. S. SCOTT HOWNi, GHHMISTS: Thr. .!<.. 2So, COo, I.OO' A.n..m.'y. 111"..mt.'t ..**.t... T.._. Hrrulatloll -
fl. Hltchcot U. Prepared t'f nr oientltlo' hmrnal. T rni.. U arear
400-418 PBAUL .TBBKT. KaW' TOBK only by tnarmontba, iL Hold brail: hew.d.eien l

For thf Ornlu. 1'arnrr.The AleandOO. All drurriata Foley a. Company Chloaco.Kc MUNN & Co3oiBr.d, ..,. New Cork EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. )

, grain farmer you :home no more l Cross Pharmacyut : -. I BraD b uOce. E3 F.t,WMblnntuo.D.L'.




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now open for time wintry season umlor the management of the owner,
.," -':-,-. .-... 11O RACE F. STEWART.: IIin.Uomo and new, situated on Dayton* I
I Kcafh the hotel Is modern in nil im appointments with 1 huge, airy, pleasant -
,.. r jgr7 WP & looms overlooking tho OCCHIJ nail 01'1'08111.KCIlll1jt'* Casino and I'ler.
Tin- surf bathing Is unexcelled Terms moderate.IIOK .

/-. .. . .pSSffitfraB ? B2 PSJS .\C-K: 1>'. TI WAHT. Owner and :Manager..

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Kot' KSnOOlSLlOCTsO : )( .

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nrnu nnarr I ., .
vXZCotol : IfrPSC.I .::.Z.A.: .. Jf3{ OTEr: : :

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: INDIAN: lUVKli I;, 37iJ.Ol-icT: ..
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1Ponoc DoLooii, : i: "TIIK GliKA: : ORANGE: (SRP\ K: .1 I *
ROBT. MURRAY, \Lnnager. I
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1 = e'yLtUrmd: ri41i na c_+_l _? !. '_, a : .\ handsome modem h"ItII'lIlcd..n( the hanks, of the faiuout i Indian River, *:
Florida House ::;Ali.irsTINE; FLORIDA, In the midst of an HO-ncru) hulling orange /grove. Sttmm' brat In every r..om. +
sullen! vilth hath ; IIltt'l'cll'IIllIwntol'; location, oonoedcd. I l h j rvciyoue the l"t"l
2 in Rocklodg1; Kant:: ('''IIMt Kullwuy depot In (he hotel )jironmU. Oranges free ito :
XOOPES'. TOUlUSTS'XD TKAVKLEUS': PAVORITK.This . tho !guests liberal manageiiiont and ratos. AccomunMlations, , for 200. 4.

Z S. 11. I PI I ( 'I I K, Manager. i
)LODGE( rULLENS, OWNERS: AND PROPRU TOnS. popular house U centrally located; has all::iiioiloiiriiiipiovetnontu 5-:
Summer Resort THE NEW ARLINGTON HOTEL Potoskey. Mich
chnllnff) STEAM: : HEAT, and more rooms with SOUTHERN': EXPOSURE levuuugr-nrtoI0,00r; i I ,'atl..*.U"H I/pen.laaet.tI/ i..l IM. .-.
than nny other hotel In town. Accommoil.UoH 2.;>(). Rates $2.O:\ ) to $:.I.,*>0 per :....................................................
1'" C. HAYDEN, M.innRor.
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I' Hotel St. George .fc>T. Al'UUtmXE, Ff.ORIDA. ,

Opposite postotfice. Centrally located. Thoroughly repalieil and renovated rt..oo1 rod e" =:''"'1cL. Now 01:>0U.: .

Newly furnished throughout. Liberally conducted, . .. . 1.STIIHr.IHO'rI'U: : ,: : and !MODKltV: THROUGHOUT.
Elevator. Stun m heat. 1'ilvato batlm. Flist-cluss, up-to-date hotel.
It IK mill In tho heart of tho of Klollil.i i iHiihtiopioal
situated: In nn Orange irovo( garden spot
Rates $2.50 per day and up, :13: per day. Send! for I booklet.M. v
.. legion; on tho bunk of limo famous: Indian Klvor.rUUstNK .
U. :MONTGOMERY: of Iuf[ tls House, :Saratoga: ,
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. '
Owner and Proprietor 8AMK,: AS: A'I' KL11KKON: : : HOTEL: KI.1IKRON: : : :N. J.

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ABBEY' 1'oRtlnjr! Hunting, Fishing/ OrrhnHlra, I IC h-.
1 Near City Gates: Mild IllntoiIcul Fort :Minion.
H. N. O'NEAL Select Family Konrdint Hoiifte, also Table Iloaid. Uudcr new manage.nrent. _' H'IIISlIh without liitlliH K.itta: : falIo:( ><> to .'-.00),
Pates modelato. F.< :IS. J 1I 1.\\-i: I'S.: 1'iopiietor,
11111I11)1'11,11UOtll"' \ Groantrove, N J. J I V. JORDAN Mgr. Al":" Manager, :: of I KLUKI\oy: \ :Now IIOTKL tot: k.,
l.lhion; -
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It is open on the American plan Bates $2.50/ per day and upwards
The many alterations and renovation of the hotel are completed, and It III Opposite Post Office and OIliceH of OcKliiwaha ILIIIit.: Soh lilt River .SIcilineiH.: ROCKLEDGE INDIAN RIVER "
now second to none in the city. Roth cuisine and service unsurpassed l ; ,.
Only thick Hotel In tho City._ UiifHfi: and $j.ril( per day.
in the /South. Roomy with private bath, $.) per day and l upwards
No Better I'lacollliho City. I'oitt-tH Meet all Trains end I'.ontH. : : :
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WESTMORELAND HOTEL West ]Hay and Cedar Stioets. J. K.: (JANTT, Proprietor.OUMONI .
JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Orchestra, Casino Bowling Alloys, Etc.
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American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- > IU\Cn.: I'. A. MIAKKS': 1'ropeletor.III ) .

ed this season. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water .
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All The Inn I -.- --- ------------
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.fiO per day.
River View Hotel .
Situated directly on the, fiiiiionit' Oimoml automobile nice conm (Hoot l! MKURITT'FLORIDA.!
Mrs. A. J. WALKER, Propiletor. garage nccoiiinx'datloim. Steam' hoi' In loo HIM. Tianitlent rate $:l."il( ROIl ,
-- :* 1.00 per day.VecUIy! ) rate, *1.7 to :tS1:!l. Florida East Coast Hallway ; KM! Situated( on High Gtimml' overlooking INDIAN: : RIVER. Surrounded

The New Travelers Hotel miles south of .Jacksonville. hy Orange,:: trIJ1I and a PIN'F.: k'OR1'iST.: IIlghll..t. HualthluHt, Dry out Spot In
Florida, Electric Light llatlm' Sulphur' Swimming Pool, Fishing, lloatlhjfami "
War. S. EENNN.S'Manager: Propiletors.
-On the American and European 11\0- / mote iarue than allY place' In tho+HI\tu. liooklet.
Under new management. Xewly furnished and renovated. A pleasant W. M, IIAIGIIT.!( Proprietor. I
family home. Hates: American Plan, :*a.OD( and $2.50; European, 50cts( I )AYTOXA.The /
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door.II. --- ----- INDIANOLA. ":

\W HANCOCK, Proprietor. . .
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The beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cove Springs, Is under the m m M 0 OAK COTTAGE IinLANoIFI.OHIUA: ,

same management. :n:>. corJJ ,J. Mer.llt. Island. 4,

A... : ow f )Ihttns, Very KeaMoniibln.. ,
New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 'c:" 3 Hunting and FUhlnii. MI.-.S! :M. DOU) (LASH, I l ,
JllJtS:I L. (I JRIKK: } Managers.
10 East Foiayth Street. tv :? g' ya : I a j jIALT

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Center of City; cool, airy looms; th'st-clllsllin appointments. The best .
2. : iiALLII':.
c::=t::> ,
$i to $2.;>0 American plan house In the city. Open all the year. Europeanplan o: i itl ----- -. ---- '-
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f 1 Free bus from trains and steamships, Nearall CI-.
per day, one person. .c.
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oar lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. n c.. d'I',, V Y I Hotel Sarno and Cottages, KAU ( FLA. .

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .. ,, :;. D ..J On the Eau Gallic and-Indian River Two mile from the mouth of'thofamous : I'
| THE SOUTHERN HOTEL Stieets. ;;. &. .:':: u.. SoL llannnit: Itlvttr. ITiwuipiiHuerl I J Duck, Shooting,: and Fishing./ Tho Itotol .1 I ,
and .'
(Corner lirldge Bay -, rJJ toI t '<.:. and Cottage: are elegantly fiiinlshed. KreoHtoiiB and Sulphur Water. Rates
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EVEUYTHING NEW. .. EUROPEAN 1'LAN. gexo: 0os *:2.ISand$2,50! ) per day; $lo), $li and ifl.'j': per week. Cottages completely:
o 1:1: furnlHhod for families J. WATKIXS LEE: ':
Ftrnt-cfasb Brick Building.Rates It'" -
in all its appointments. Fireproof u ; v .,r O J : j
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( :TiOc.; 75c.; and $1. n. A. LIGHT, Manager; a 1

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HOTEL o n w bur.notmlll': : 1.OItWA.
'J35 West Bay /St. New Hotel Carleton
f2 A a ,
;.- e: i '- IJrevllnl County.

Centrally; Located. Thoroughly Repaired. and Renovated. .=., ;2;; :::: '.dz ,+ oqq. I' { 1w tr .,.-......" .1 Finely situated on iv high biuff overlooking tho I INDIAN: RIVKK.[ :

Newly Furnished Euiopean Plan. 0"e. ; CI o :;:>. 1:1-: Kurt and! itlll milt water hiithlng. hunting; and Fishing. Sanitary

:::: 0O : I plumbing, furnace-lieat: and gaslight Raton : <(:J'prr day a/JllIp.
(T. II. MASON, Proprietor. : : ---'
a e. g Special by the week. Private: 1I: tlJ",
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31AGNOLIA SI1UNCS. tl( w n. ,
8 g of "- ( Bellevue MKLIIOIJUNK: : ,: FLORIDA.:
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Magi: .o1.c : : OCl"_, ..Ilo : T; A healthy winter resort! on high pine )land, over.lloklnJ I Indian River.

(St. Johns River.) MAGNOLIA: SPRINGS, FLA. .a..., ae :;.,2. lutes : $:i and upward per d::,y. .Special rates per week or nuason. .
and river steamers. a o_ ) Wrlto for rates toafAUAwF. -
mines south of Jacksonville by Atlantic Coast Line R'y,
')set\ (replaces all rooms. Steam heat. Elevator. Electric Lights Pure I M. CAJIPIIELL, R.V.. OAMPItKLL, "
'P,l n"f B Water. Dry Climate. Xu mosquitoes Well-kept Golf Links, Tennis, Manager I'roprletor.
'wwiinif' shooting. Two swimming pools and liaths. $t per day; special -. - -- .. -- -- -- -- . .. .-- '
a''eeKI Kites. O. U. SKAVEY: Owner and Manager. roitT IMT.ICCI': :.
MAGNOLIA INN now open. $2 per day.ST .
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AUOUSTINK. 01'1fOlt:, THE: -1')ASON:\ 1X! (>4--;.- The Fort Pierce Hotel FORT PIERCE FLORIDA.The .

Located on VoluHla. \eune'ftlll'lUlnck| ,li'. '"m I'ontofllce! nud two and one-/ 'I

HOTEL ALCAZAR "AUGUSTINE half blocks from Rnilrnnrl'|Stattun. Five) view of tho, Halifax River. 1.
: favorite with the Northern sportsmen Finest Fishing. on the Coast; f<.'
Sunny, Comfortable Rooms, Single or Kn-xnlte Electric Lights anti ILtths.TAIiLE .
II. pounds of bans and nherphead caught by Rev W. H. VanAntwerp and Lit& :]tr(

UNEXi ELLED MKH.I N. H. MAcOKIFK.:, Prop. on, of New York, in five day this. season. Veer, Wild Turkey and Ducks In :'i 1

-- - -- abundance. Rest boats and guides.' Everything first-clans. Rate *_'..iO( and 'ja. ('

I "..:,\. II Ie mz: I:. Wire for rooms. t
%I Now Open %I ----- A. K. McMULLEN, Lessee and I Manager r I

:MKA1JKKEXE: FI.OHrD.Daytona .\. -- -
THE CLARENDON \VISTLaGraDgeSeminole: I'Ai.II I;.\CIl. !Jj JjI f
( I Beach) __ _ ._ t
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by the addition of one hundred new rnom", all. connecting with private bath and WI'WI': PALM PEACH, FLORIDA.
hot and cold running water In each room. Magnificent Foyer, llooHunparlornewglass II
front dinnlng-room len; feet In length faring the broad Atlantic Ocean. Situated .
directly on the bluff overlooking the famous Automobile Hace Course West Opposite. Royal Polnrlana) on Lake Worth Rates *2 per days f 10 per ,
1116Qp ere Union Telegraph and Uockluvrr'a library )located In nn-parlor.. Fine Orches week and upward. Most popular, up-to-dater' and best table Sonth.I .
tra. Dancing Howling, Tcooi. IJillartN and numerous other sports, Spacious Renovated new throughout, electric lights, baths, hot water supply. .1.1I
Garage, skillful mechanics and apparatus 'or< charging. : Electric Motor Vehicles. I I Under management of GEO.: C. LaORANCJK, r
r Buy tickets JI'. E. C. Icy to D-iytoni. Th! I liundon\ bases meet all train Jiag- I i-Hotel LaGrange, 40U-411 West !67th St., :New York-C I!

)I.Rep, .TOOFF.ORoe! and TIlEETS PLAZA ..oL,... ST. AUGUSTINE{ FLORIDA. gag: *checked The Clarendon direct from, Seabreeze Hotel., Fla.For rates booklet and further Information address ) _ _ _ ._ .. -- .-. .' - .....j :,f

t""''''.!'tlralloratioD ahe.l. Ron.r. only.ID the OpeD e1t7' iorember Strictly .pront.to June !Alrir"...1..one... rebore.e rooms well. E. L. POTTER, I'roprletor. C. II. KNAITE, Manager.: IIOTKL: ADS. O.V OTII AXI> 7TII I'AOKS. t ti



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.. 3 3H Judge A. D. Penney made: a business Goats': ::rJL1..ab,1.n.g: Sto; "O, A

== J We guarantee Walton has to Jacksonville yesterday's
our 3H::: 31 r. P. G. had a neatlookIng trip on

shed erected for his) cow.Mr. early morning train. TITUSVILLE, FLU 1 jj

\ will -Mrs. Blanche Lincoln, of New York, s.T
Geo. E. Pritchett soon com '
I :10 h.mns". I mence the erection of a commodious re- and Miss\ Ida L. Goggoslmll, a prominent -

Idenceln South Titusville. singer, of Asbury Park, N. J., were

OA 3)) S The palmetto palms recently planted guests of the Sembler Cottage from u. ,..OUR LEADERS,, .:

5: : noaOJ19'; : around the property of Mr. L. C. Bran- Wednesday until Thursday, when they
left for Sanford and Jacksonville. Miss
Edwin :
t ning, at the corner of Main and Palm Clanp)!! :)nUpl,
". JKW-KLKKS & IMrnitTKKR, Ooggeshall was one of the paid singersat I
streets the Crossett
improve appearanceof
lKl: : liiWAI ,,l Shup'.
rt M'ultlmin nn< { 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. the Good Shepherd Episcopal church,
'CHI.8.: kj. place. n =
, *: Jacksonville, last winter, and was quite m HanbattiDE. ShIrIi !,
A11 ft Mi ml aril Makes -Our 100-page Catalogue mailed on request :: Mr. S. B. Rathbun and Captain C. F. I, II ( '!
litKh'Y.. !I.> .t..k. a favorite with the congiegation.Mrs. II & W.
**************************************************** Fischer are about to have neat-looking //i
fences erected around their respective -: Mathison, wife of Capt. Mathi- ; e HatsStetson

- -- properties on Hopkins, Julia and Palm son, a former resident of Tltusvlllo, came

: I CHURCH NOTICES. street, up to Titusville,' :Monday, for the pur I j II II Hats

BARGAINS pose of removing her furniture to And theQueen
Mr. A. J. Sembler has started a poultry -
Hev. J. B. Hawk will preach at St. ranclro, and now h.is soma of the Jupiter, after storing It In a shed! In TItu8vllle /

Paul's Methodist Episcopal 1 church, Eau finest hens and ergs/: In Titusvillo. The for over three years. She says //1/ Qnality Shoes!
IN GASOLINE Gallic, on Sunday, March 20th, at 7'IO::
p. m. Also at Melbourne church at 11 hen hygel&lo coop principles.Is built upon scientific and It shows the honesty of Titusville peo l I for the Lddles

o'clock a. m. pie, for not an article was touched. :Mrs.

MARINE ENGINES. Bishop Gray Is making his visitationof Contractor Mobley and, a force of Mathtson says Titusville\ is much improved I .
the missions of the Episcopal churchon I men have been busily engaged this week, since her last visit, both In the ,i Send in y" .rden(]

the Indian River, and will be at Cocoa painting/: the Brown cottage at the corner matter of shade trees, sidewalks and j any article ynu ,an'think
next Sunday, March aiith, at 11 a. m. of Julia and Palm streets, occupied II -of in tient'H FurnuWnj
neatness around town. /
by Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Branning. Contractor
We are ottering special prices for tho and at Tituiivllle at 7:110:: p. m., same day. Hall and assistants have also- I line. We have II. and

next 30 days on- All are cordially Invited to be presentat been making various repairs to the residence. -Mr. Fred C. King,the popular room I guarantee same

e the services in the Titusville Baptist clerk of the Royal Poinciana, Palm if, Our IIne'lI 'iiffoi

KNOX, church on Sunday, March 2rtth, at 11 P. Beach, will go to North Carolina for a Brand Read l
DEMOOY! In., and JTJO:: p. m. Bible school at 10 THE GUILD ENTERTAINED.The GCif fen v-madi
brief rest when the house closes. The l
(is the
a. m. HowAitn B. GIIIIIONS, rand' lr1 r1 target!
Pastor busiest season Palm Beach has ever and prettiest Hot
ladles of the Guild of St. Gabriels ever
known meant end of work for him.
Saturday, March 23: 1903, Annunciation Episcopal church were most delightfully shown in the city;
of the Blessed Virgin Mary, St. entertained at the home of Mrs. P. Nelson During the height of the rush he worked I _,
Marino: En.g1.n.os.We : : __ _ __ __ __ ___
Fort Pierce, Morning In /South Titusville on Friday after. 'steen hours a day, sleeping an hour or u

I'rayeratdi0a.:: m.; Holy Communionat noon last. two at a time when there was no one .....hf.x...lhK.rf..rfrfrf.'....4tf.'fhf.rfK...rf44hfM...y11
stock 10) a. m.; Evening/ Prayer at 4:30: ( p. m. An unique feature of the program wee :.
carry a larffe{( and can make I II Third Sunday In Lent, March 2<5th, St. the recitals, eto., each member being: re crying for rooms. He will greet manyof : - Most Complete Line. :
prompt deliveries. Write for pilcea. Andrews church, Fort Pierce, Morning quested to take some part i In the entertainment his Palm Beach friends again this
Prayer at 11 a. m. All Saints church and If possible for the same summer from the desk of the United J EVER: SHOWN IN :

Waveland-Jensen! ,Iloly Communion with to be original. Much amusement was States Hotel at Saratogo::! where he has '.: DIAMONDS. CUT GLASS, k
sermon, at 10tO:! a. m. St. Paul's Tlb-' caused by some of the recitations, while *
Also- bals-Eden I been for many years.-Palm Beach SOLID GOLD JEWELRYK STERLING :SILVER:! TABLE:; :
Evening Prayer and sermon others showed remarkable originalityand
VAPORIZERS ataiOp.: m.Services ability. News. s
.SPARK PLUGS, next week at St. Andrew's. The ladles had some very pretty and NOVELTIES ..
-The Boston Home and Abroad Journal
DYNAMOS, Fort Pierce, Wednesday, March 20th, useful articles, made by themselves, The finest line of Sterling Silver: Toilet Sets and Novelties ever :
MAGNETOS, Litany at 7JiO:: p. m. Friday, March 3Jst, which were offered! for sale, with the referring to the grandchild of Mrs. shown in Tltusvllle.)
. Holy Communion at 10 a. m. Con- result that 10.00 was put to the credit II. Julius Smith of Rockledge and Mont e
AT COST : Urination Class at 3:45; and side of their 5 ,' SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS. :
: Eve
p. m., exchequer. clair, :N. J., says: "Little Miss Helen
ning Prayer at 4iO:: p. m. Dellclons refreshments were served by G. L. MANDAVILLE Titusville Fla
the hostess.A Ainslle, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J 4

The Florida Motor Co Drayii.Drayingorhauling Allan Ainslie, of the Tuilerles, Boston, ********;****************************************H*t*

TREAT. and a very bright and attractive girl, -
MUSICAL -- -- --- - -- - - -- -- ------

DAYTONA, FLPKIDA. : of all I Inds promptly gave a birthday luncheon to a few of her
E. L. :BRAY': : dz :RRO.DEALERS :
attended to. Meets all trains. Stove Miss Ida L. Goggeshall, of Asbury friends last Saturday, It being ber'nlnthirthday. .,

act. x. J.\lIOTLO'VV': wood for sale at all times.E. Park, N. .J., delighted Titusville audi. > Appropriately enough the IN-

11. HOLTKN. Titusville. once on Wednesday evening, with her number present was exactly nine, there GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS
I singing:, which was of a superior order being,: eight guests to wish the little ,

The Old<< Blacksmith Shop. crowded The Opera house the was short by notice no means hostess many happy returns of.tho day.: We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents,: for MAPES FERTILIZERS! ,
owing to
given We deal exclusively the above line of ,goods: and solicit the trade of all coniumera. -
All kinds of -just a few hours-but those who were The table was decorated In red, and In
Blacksmlthlng Wagon Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
I Work; tires shrunk: without cutting-a present were'much pleased with the sue- the centre was a big Jack Homer pie, a E. L. BRADY.. BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.GTOTER .

t wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and essful Inking elTorts was excellect of Miss, and Goggeshall.the The great object of Interest throughout the ______ __ __ __ ._ ____ __ __ __ __ u _
much better. Horse song were
shoeing and
gun of the character the public seldom tires discussion of'the menu. The luncheonwas
t repairing. Do not be led astray. Cometo
Iltlllr the old shop. of.> l Several=: encores were responded to. a delicious one, and was served In .A.. : ,: e
J. D. EMMS' Titusville Fla. Miss Daisy Brady accompanied on thetlatioforte. courses, and the birthday cake was properly

--- gay with ten candles-one for each -Dealer In-
Miss Goggeshall had been on a trip to
y K N..N.N..m.NNEr various places along the East Coast as year and< 'one to grow on'. Everyone STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
1Y far as Palm Beach and Miami, with present enjoyed a thoroughly good ,

, :' J Vesey Hall, i which places she was much pleased. She lme.; Little Miss Helen Is a niece of PRODUCE OF. ALL. .KINDS.
van accompanied by her friend Mrs. TITUS VILLE -
S :MIlls Bessie Smith who la so well knownat
Georgiana Fla. 2\ ,
Blanche Lincoln, of New York.A .
danoe followed the singing and Rockledge.
fine Liquors Wines, Beers :i[ Boat, Builder. :t; many "tripped the light fantastic" until tm R. Walker
about 11:30: m. :
Ales Stout Etc. J:;ONLY FIRST-CL ASS WORrJ.} 2>

Send me orders! Write I Dealer In
B3P your for Estimates. -- -
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. : MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON.Mr. understand from. good authority '
********************** that Capt. P. Nelson, of South Titus Staple anal Fan.coyGJocer5.es: : ,
vllle has bought an auxiliary schooner
Joseph Jefferson la enjoying a I standing on :Nelson's ways, Titusville, Fruits and egeta bias
East Coast Meat Market Ala lastillc suing( trip near Jupiter, says the Palm The boat Is about ."0 feet overall, 12: feet
ioach News. lie comes to spend Satur : siza.d. Feed,
beam, light; draught, and about 20 tons. E3aoyGJain.: .
day and Sunday with his family, who
She fitted with two eight horsepower
r G. F. DUREN, Agent; are occupying a cottage on the oceanfront -Your Patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLK. -
Your >nginea-Murray and Tragurtha,: ; has alight
lie is having unusually good FLORIDA
: plant and all up-to date improve -
luck this and has made
t year some great ments. -==
CD C> catches. With Mr. Jefferson Is
aa WallsAre Capt. We understand that Captain Is to
...... -- Clow, of New York, who has spent most TJT'US"VJLLEJ I.IZTi :rLr: ST.4lI3X .
cA; .:::a.. take; a trip down Indian River as soon
,i pit ty of the season at The Breakers. as he can get the boat launched, which
p you satisfied with the appearanceof It Is quite, possible that Ex-President "
walls ? Do they come to will be in a few days.A II
your up your
Cleveland will join Mr. Jefferson at FEED AND SALE SADDLE JlOI:5E5.!:
fy A=:'., Ideas. Are you putting on coat after Jupiter for a few days fishing. They
coat of sticky, dirty wall paper makinga ate !great friends and have often fished DUTCH SUPPER. ...STABLES... M BUGGIES:
sandwich with between?
Hour paste
.ognther.) Mr. Cleveland celebrated his
ALA HASTING is clean hygienic and l'rlncotonlal4t SURREYS,
Ixty-elght birthday at U
On Tuesday next at Hobe Sound Mr.
.-. wholesome,'and more than that, It Is Saturday, and started South on Monday, ,
and Mrs. Chns. II. Jefferson will (
cs::: coo beautiful l: The most artistic effects cab on one of his annual fishing trips. give ? and TURNOUTS of/
"Dutch several friends. TRANSFER,
Ca: + be produced with ALAUASTINE. a l Supper"=: to k
ya a It will be one of the greatest events of'
FLORIDA. The ALABASTIXB Co., will furnish, ENTERTAINMENT.Gilbert the season In the above lively little winter HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.
TITUSVILLE, without expense to you, color schemes : resort; and Ex-President Grover

and harmonies for your rooms. If you Walden, the noted cowboy Cleveland, Dr. Bryant and that far- a.. M. C>sban.,
'' are building or remodeling, simply ask and dialect famed actor, lr. Joseph Jefferson FLORIDA-
orator negro Impersonator, may
of Law
for color schemes, giving size, use and at the Titusville house be numbered the guests., The
appeared among: /
Robbins & Graham Co. Opera
direction of light of rooms. last evening, to a well filled house, and ADVOCATE editor acknowledges receiptof _____ H __ .. ___ _
Buy your ALADASTINE In original seemed to give perfect satisfaction. Ills an Invitation to the supper. FACTORY.
i (Incorporated) packages. Any decorator can apply It, Southern stories touched a cord In every RIVER ICE

t i PAID UP CAPITAL *;23,000.00This or you can put It on yourself Simply: heart, while his tales of frontier life MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. TITUSVILLE, FLA. .
brush It on. It Is a permanent, durable, among the Indians were remarkably attentlo
; owns'; Is prepared to furnish Ice In any -Sacked or loose. Special
company wall finish. Outwears two walls done fresh and versatile. In negro dialect to
t t any other way. (humor and pathos ho is said to have faw I Yesterday afternoon, Mr. John Henry, paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
:31: .A. IfcT ZD S
equals. I notar'y public, united !In the holy bonds T. WETMOKE. Proprietor. _
-For Sale By- Miss Elma Laredo, the famous cowgirl of matrimony Wm. J. Keens, of Palm
M the Indian River Country; On the St. -- ------ --- --
; showed her ability as a musician Beach, to Miss Maude Stanley, of Titus-
a Lucle River; at New River and on Bay EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. and singer, as well as In the manipulation ville. The happy pair were promenadIng The Titusvillle Blacksmith Shop

Blacayue. Prices to suit the times. of firearms. The rUle and revolve around town after the ceremony was ,
er shooting, and the throwing of the performed.
Send for Land List. lariat by Gilbert Walden, was also ex- O. B. STEELE: Proprietor.All .

Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. ellent. Both were loudly applauded. Tho Cljde Line. kinds of Blacksmith Machine and Engine Bojler Work will be done by

1 experienced workmen.

.. EXPRESIDENTXCLEVELAND.An Get your Clyde. Line tickets from -Buggies: and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-
J. L. MOBLEY the agent at Titusville. Do not fail to A bicycle, gun and...
take the steamer, when going North.C. .
Associated Press dispatch says: II. WALTON, G-on.ora1 rt.opa:1r: Shop:
TITUSVILLE, FLA. 'Pilnceton, N. J., March 20.-Exresident :-
Titusville, Fin.Tax will be oporated In connection with| the Blacksmith and Machine ShoP
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, Kal Grover Cleveland, accompanied -
d Homlning, Staining, Finishing and Paper 11ttr by Dr. Bryant, of New York hishysiclan. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Hanging, at the most reasonablo price > left this afternoon on bill private : sessor'n: Xotice.
consistent with good workmanship. : w car for a three weeks trip to Flori-
I da. Mr. Cleveland recently suffereda I will be at the following places at the

All Work on the East Coast attack of !gout, and Is taking,: a dates named, for the purpose of r::! '5.tl.rl.:: : 5.c.g., :PZ'L: :'.lY].b 5.:0.: 5,
pleasure trip to recuperate lie will\ Assessing Taxes for the year 11)05.\)

Especially: SoliciSedLot : first go to Stuart, Indian River, Fla., and Quay, Friday, March 24th.
from that point start his fishing and Reams l Saturday=: 93th.37th.. and sceperal repairing,: of all kinds.
me know what want and get; hunting excursion.: Mrs. Cleveland fir:
you : my Sebastian, Mond.ty, Leaders
Gutters Fittings
Stove Etc.
Pipe to order.
estimate on it. Prompt attention WE ARE WELL drove down to the train In the rain to Mlcoo( and Grant, Tuesday, to 28th.! .

given to all work.Hodgson In the way of everything belonging to wish! the party goodby." :Malabar TlllmanWednes\ :J! )th.
---- first-class s drug house. In the line of Ex-I'resident Cleveland and Dr. Bryant Melbourne, Thursday, ... :30th.31st.. -Business Promptly Attended To-
passed through Titusville,Tuesday night, Tropic Banyan: Friday, .
Bros. PATENT MEDICINESwe on their way to Stuart.A Brantley .Saturday April 1st.

have "gone through the list and Georgians Monday, 3rd. Address or call on GEO. .T. WHITE, Titusville FIB
EAU OAI.LIE, INDIAN: RIVER, FLA. Rockledze" Cocoa, Tuesday, 4th.
weeded out the bad and sorted up onlyon LAUNCH PARTY.Mrs. Merrltt Wednesday, 3th. -

Marine Railway. the good. What we now have in City Point, Thursday, Oth. ,CONe V..u.EI.'SDB.: .Ua. STOnS: ,

General Merchant and Ship Chandlers. Patent Medicines are only those of high J. L. Crawford's launch, Lawrence Titusville, Saturday: .. *"Nth The Most Widely Known Drug Store In Florida.

I est merit, and that have been found at arrived in port yesterday morning Mime, Monday, 10th.
.Special: Facilities.. front IndlanoU, with the following partyon LaGrange, Tuesday, 11th. -AOE 1'S FOR- (L'tit
For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing all times to be all claimed for them board: S. J. Field and wife, William Haulover, Thursday, 13th. Nunnally's Delicious Candies, OOcts per pound. White Ribbon Liquor' U rt f"r
We are making special prices on them, Qotaball and wife and daughter JamesG. Canaveral, :Monday: 17th. :.octs and $1. Vlnol-Unsurpassed as Reconstructive Tonic and klO.to
Yachts and Launches. too, and will save you many dime by Shepherd Dr. Geo. E. Hill and wife Eau Gallic, .. :24th. "roach'tis.' Hard Rubber andlElastlc Trusses. Crutches. Silk Elwtle: : Swe rte
and Aw
Mention the ADVOCATB when writing. of Dr. Chas Hill and wife., u W. Moore Blanks for the purpose of making returns Abdominal l Supporters.=: Everything for the sick room. Curative
buying us. and wife, John E. Reed and wife, Ed. will be (left at all the Postoffices for Diptheria, Scarlet Fever, Lockjaw In Horses. All Mineral Waters. co

JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at Red Cross Pharmacy Humphry, Fred Moore, Miss Allen and In the County. If you cannot get what ;Sou.want In our lines tn your own town,seu'

. this office, at reasonable rates. Give klrs. A. Overly. They returned home P. A. McMiLl: CJOn>5vor's Jr'1.1g:: : ;or.JACKSONVILLE: t *
r us a share of your work. TITU3VILLE. FLORIDA. yesterday afternoon. Assessor. Day and Julia :;tl. -




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*..*****************************************************.r r IMPROVING PROPERTY' IN ADDITIONAL LOCALS. PENNEY dzj E3 RA1 TN2NGGoats' : : : 1


... .+, Judge A. D. Penney made a business !- T'urnishing. : : : Store,
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: -
= : We guarantee our :*; Mr. P. G. Walton has had a neat-look trip to Jacksonville on yesterday'searly ---- -

*r lug ibed erected for his cow. morning train. .: TITUSYILLE, FLA

? j :Mr. (Ieo. E. Prltchett will soon com- -Mrs. Blanche Lincoln, of New. York t .( =

I 11:10 favor g' I WATCHES itr mence the erection of a Immodloull:, re- and Miss Ida L. Goggcshull a prominent T -

w D 34 '- Idence South Titusville. singer, of Asbury I'o/lr, N. J., were ,,OUR LEADERS
9' ..
9' The palmetto palms recently planted guests of the tiembler:: Cottage from

around the Mr. L. C. Bran- Wednesday ufetll Thursday, when they
no&Jgr w
l -K ping, at the corner of Main and Palm left for Sanford and Jacksonville. Miss 1 \ i Edwin Clapp Shoes

k ** JKWKLKHS A lUI'OltTKlCH. ttJacksonville Goggeshall/ was one of the paid singers -ll
it79Arlnn streets, much Improve the appearanceof Crossett Shoes
and tJIlIIi ... at the Good 1 ,
Episcopal church
g. 41 West Bay St. Fla. . his Shepherd '
\1'aflK.. : Jacksonville, last winter, and was quite 1r' fr = a; Manhattan Shirts,
...: AU fiI..I..1 Milk.. -Our mulled i I \
100-page Catalogue on request :Mr. S. B Rathbun and Captain C. F.
.. .JWRY. III .task. p. ... a favorite with the congregation.Mrs. I t j j1 o' ; 4 E. & W. Collars,
***************************************************** Fl cller are about to have -looking -
fences erected around their respective -: MathlHon wife of Capt. Mathl- I o n Knox Hats

properties on Hopkins, Julia and Palm son, a former resident of Titunvillo came I
I I I ; I Stetson Hats
CHURCH NOTICES. streets. up to Titusville,' Monday, for the pur- ; I i ,

t BARGAINS her furniture And theQueen
of to
started pose removing
Mr. A. J. Sembler has poultry -
.I Rev. J. I). Hawk will preach at St. ranch-, and now has some of the Jupiter, after storing It In a shed In Tit h / I Shoes

Paul's" Methodist Episcopal church, Eau finest hens and ergs In Tltusvlllo. The usville for over three years. She says Quality
( IX GASOLINE Gallle, on Sunday, March 20th, at 7:10::)
t p. m. Also at Melbourne church at 11 lien h'gch.lo coop principles.Is built upon scion tide and It shows the honesty of Titusville people for the Ladies.

o'clock a. m. for not an article wan touched. Mrs.

MARINE ENGINES. Bishop Is Contractor Mobley and a force of Mathlaon says Titusville Is much improved 'I
Gray making visitation .
Send In
! of the missions of the Episcopal; church men have been busily engaged/ this week, since her last visit, both In the your orders]
painting the Brown cottage at the cor. any article can think!
on the Indian River, and will bo at Cocoa / matter of shade trees, sidewalks and you
ner of Julia and I Palm streets, occupied 1 -of In Gent's !
next Hunday March ; Furnishing
:lfJlh. at I 11 a. m., neatness around town. :'
by Mr. and !Mrs. W.S. nrllnnln Contractor
We are ottering special prices for the, and at Tltunvllle at 7(0 p. m., same day. Hall and assistants have also- 1/ f line. We have it, andf.

(next 30 days on- All are cordially invited to be present been making various repairs to the reidence. -Mr. Fred C. King the popular room i f HIV guarantee same.

e at the services In the Titusville Baptist .. clerk of the Royal Poinclana, Palm / Our line of GUYonj'jffOI1

:KNOX church on Sunday, March 20th, at II P. Beach, will go to North Carolina for1 a J- Brand Read y-m a d el
m., and 7JO;: p. m. Bible school at 10 THE GUILD ENTERTAINED. (
DrMOOY a. m. HowAitik, B._ rJmitfivH.Pastor._u___ __...,. brief rest when the house closes. The .. a.d. I Clothing Is the largest!
GRANT-FRRRIS, busiest season Palm Beach has ever s aud prettiest line ever
The ladles of the Guild of St. Gabriels
known meant no end of work for him.
shown In the city.
Saturday, March 2.i. 100.1, Annunciation Episcopal church were most delightfully
1 I\-2nr:1n..o: : : : EJ:1g:1n.os.: : : : of the Blessed) Virgin Mary, St. entertained at the home of Mrs P. Nelson During the; height; of the rush he worked I -- -
Andrew. church, Fort Pierce, Morning In South Titusville on Friday afternoon 'uteen hours a day sleeping an hour or ---. -- -.-- -- .

Prayer at IC.'II; a. m; Holy Communionat last. two at a time when there was no one ... ................................................
1O a, m; Evening Prayer at .,:.'10 p. m. An unique feature of the program was .
We carry larico stock and can make Third, bund.iy In Lent, March :L'fith( St. tho recitals etc., each member being re crying for rooms. lie will greet many Moot Complete: :: Lirl.S: _ ..
prompt deliveries Write for prices. Andrews church, Fort Pierce Morning quested to take some part In the enter- of his Palm Beach friends again! this -
I'rayorat11 a. m. All Saints church tainment, and If possible for the same summer from the desk of the United J: EVER SHOWN iNDIAMOND.
\Vaveland-Jensnn, Holy Communion with to be original. Much amusement .
States Hotel at Haratogo where he has J .
sermon,"at 10i/:: ( a. m. St. Paul's Tlb- caused of the recitations, while : M GLASS
s Also- bals-K;
V VAP01UXKRS at2t: :: (> p. m.Services and ability. Vews. GOLD FILLED JEWELRV, :J WAKE.

Sl'ARK: PLUGS, next: woek at St. Andrew' The ladles had some very pretty and STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES. SILVER PLATED WARE.
-The Boston Home and Abroad Journal
YNAMOH, Fort Theirs, Wednesday March :20th, useful articles, made by themselves, The finest line of Sterling !Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever
MAGNETOS, Litany at 7:.'10 p, m. Friday Marchyst: which were offered for sale, with the referring to the grandchild of Mrs. J shown in Titusville.
Holy Communion at 10 a. m. Confirmation result that 10.0O was put to the credit If. Julius Smith of Rock ledge and Mont- : '
m. and Evening their
exchequer. clair
p. N. J., says: "Little Miss Helen :
Prayer at 'Ii0:: ra. Delicious refreshments were served *
p. the hostess. by Alnslle, the daughter of :Mr. aDd Mrs. G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville, Fla.

'The Florida Motor Co ))rnyfng.Draylng ,.- --- Allan Alnslle, of the Tullerles, Boston rt *******;********************.**********************.

A MUSICAL. TREAT. and a very bright and attractive girt .
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DAYTONA Fr.J'mOA.rI. or hauling:of all I Inds prompt gave a birthday luncheon to a few of her

ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove :Miss 1.11I... Goggeshall, of Anbury friends last Saturday It being/ ber'nlnth E_ L. :BR.e-: :: ;, ::seO.,

: .. %.a. MOTI: +OW. wood for sale at all times Park N. .!? delighted Tltusvllle audience birthday. Appropriately enough the -UC."I.'JI. 'n .u.'-' -

.. K. 11. HOLTKN. Titusville. .on Wednesday. evening, .with her number present was exactly nine, there
1 Hinging/ WhIch was or a superior' order.. being eight guests to wish the little ,
The Old Jllnckaiultli The Opera house
Shop.All by no mean
handle PRODUCE of all kinds We for MAPES FERTILIZERSWe
crowded, owing to the short notice given hostess .maD) happy returns of the day.; are agents;
deal in the above line of and solicit the trade of all
exclusively /goods ; consul
kinds of Blaoksmlthlng and -jU8t) u few hours-but those who were The table was decorated In red, and In
Wagon ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.
( Work; tires shrunk without cutting present were'much ,pleased with the sucooHHful the centre was a big Jack Horner pie, a E. L. BRADY.& BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.1iGNER .
efforts of Miss Goggesliall. The
wonderful device, quicker, cheaper and great object of Interest throughout the
.. .
singing was excel lee t, and the
much better Horse shoeing and gun / songs were - --- --
of the character the public seldom tires discussion of'the menu. The luncheonwas
repairing. Do not be led astray. Come
to the old shop.J. of. Several:: encores were responded tn. a delicious one, and was served in : ; c<>..

D. E.NXH, Titusville, Fla. Miss Daisy Brady accompanied on the courses, and the birthday cake was properly .

-- -.--- . -. - pianoforte. gay with ten candles-one for each -Dealer In-
Miss Goggeahall had been on a trip to
1 M ...................... various places along the East Coast as year and 'one to grow on' Everyone STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AN
far Palm Beach and ,
as Miami, with present enjoyed a thoroughly good.l
1Fine J E. Vesey Hall, J which places she was much pleased. She time." Little Miss Helen Is a niece of PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
was accompanied by her friend Mrs. TITUSVILLE FLOUIDA.W2n. .
$ Miss Bessie\ Smith who Is so well knownat
Georghtna, Fla.
Blanche Lincoln
.. . of New York.
A dance followed the singing/ and Rockledge.
Liquors. Wines. Beers. I: : Boat, Builder i i; many "tripped the light fantastic" until R. Walker

Ales Stout, Etc. ONLY sT.cr.Ass WORI\.;I about llao: p. m. BOUGHT A FINE YACHT.We .

EIT Send me your ordorslTITUSVILLB *rltu for Estimates. : -- Dealer In -
and COCOA, FLORIDA, MR. JOSEPH JEFFERSON. understand l from good authority !
N*.*.*.+............. that Capt. I'. Nelson of /Mouth Titus Staple em.d. rE .:n-csr C3-xocries: ,

vllle has bought an auxiliary\ schooner

East Coast Meat Market fishing Mr. Joseph trip near Jefferson Jupiter Is enjoying the Palm a standing on Xelsou'a ways, Titusville Fruits an..c1. Vegetables"
r says
The boat Is about r;0 feet overall 12 feet
Beach and News.Sunday He with comes his to spend Saturday who. beam, light/ draught and about 20 tons. :Hay: Gra.irl.: : grid Feed
G. F. DUREN AgonE.a She U fitted with two eight horse-power
PollyWalls are occupying! cottage on the ocean -Your Patronage S01lclted-
and has .
engines-Murray Tragurtha; ; alight
front. lIe Is
having unusually good and TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
plant all
= :!3co up-to-date Improve
c luck this year, and has made some great: ments.
: : catches. With Mr. Jefferson Is
Capt. We understand that the Captain Is to
taH -cam.G ::: ." Clow, of New York, who has spent most take a trip down Indian River as soon T.ITUS"VJLLE: : : ] L IZTDRY ST LI3T-a-
of the season at The Breaker
: d4 p'n : Are you satisfied with the appearance It Is quite possible that President; as he can /get the boat launched, which
of your walls ? Do they come up to your Cleveland, will will be In n few days. ilhh'
join Mr. Jefferson at > h
you putting on coat after
pt Jupiter for a few days
:::a. fishing. Theyare
coat of sticky, dirty wall paper making great friends and have often fished A DUTCH SUPPER.
sandwich with sour paste between ...STABLES... BUGGIES
tEi together.: Mr.\ Cleveland celebrated bU
ALAHASTINE Is clean hygienic/ and sixty-eight birthday at Princeton last .
.SS On Tuesday next at (Kobe Mr. BAGGAGE 4 SURREYS,
wliolesome, and more than that, it Is Saturday, and started South Monday! ,
S" m beautiful.: The most artlstia effeots cats on one of his annual fishing trips. I and Mrs. Chas B. Jefferson' will givea ; t
m:::: of
cQ; be produced with ALABASTINE.:: "Dutch Supper" to several friends. TRANSFER: C ialn and TURNOUTS
1=3 It will be one of the greatest events of
TITUSVILLE FI.ORIDA.Robbins The ALAUASTINK Co., will furnish, ENTERTAINMENT.Gilbert the season! In the above lively little winter HAULING ETC. =- ..all kinds..
without to color schemes r
expense you
resort and Ex-President Grover
and harmonies for If
are building or remodeling your rooms., simply you ask Walden the noted cowboy Cleveland Dr. Bryant and that far- JT. 3V!. OSbL.n.TITU8VILLE. .,
orator and negro dialect Impersonator famed< actor, Mr. Joseph Jefferson, may of Robbins' Law OfficeFLORIDA..
for color schemes, giving size, use and -In rear
& Graham Co. appeared at the Titusville Opera house, be numbered among; the guests.The
direction of \light of rooms. . .
: lust evening to a wall filled house. snit ADVOCATK editor acknowledges receipt - - --' -- ---
Buy your ALA ASTI=- (luaorporatad.) packages Any decorator can apply It, Southern stories touched cord In every INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.

PAID UP CAPITAL *J3,000.00:.I () or you olin put It on yourself, dimply heart while his tales of frontier life
brush It on. It Is a permanent, durable, among the Indians were remarkably MARRIED IN TITUSVILLE. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
This company own wall finish. Outwear. two walls done fresh and versatile. In negro dialect to Is prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attentlo

IiA.: .. ILT 3D S any other way. humor and pathos he Is said to have fawequals. Yes.terday afternoon, Mr. John paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
bond WETMORE..
notary public united In the holy Proprietor
-10'01' Sale
w the Indian River Country; On the St. By- Miss El ma Laredo the famous cowgirl of matrimony Wm. J. Keens, of Palm -- -

Lnolo River at New River and EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, showed her ability as a musician Beach, to Miss !Maude Stanley, of Titus
; on Bay
and singer, as well as In the manipulation ville. The happy pair were promenading The Titusyillle Blacksmith Shop
Ulsoayue. Prices to suit the times. of firearms. The rifle and revolver around town after the ceremony was ,
shooting, and the throwing of the performed. '
Send! for Land List. lariat by Gilbert Walden was also ex O. B. STEELE; Proprietor.

Offices at Titusville\ and Miami\ Fla. cellent. Both were loudly applauded. The Clyde Line. All kinds of Blacksmith*Machine and Engine Dcjler Work will be done by

experienced workmen.

EX-PRESIDENT'CLEVELAND. Get your Clyde. Line tickets from -Buggies and Wagons Made to Order and Repaired-
el. MO15LEY the agent at Titusville. Do not fall to A bicycle gun and... ,
take the steamer when going North.C. .
TITU3V1LLE, FLA. An Associated.l Press dispatch says: II. 1VA LTON, G-on.orn1.: :J:1.opn:1r: : Shop
"Princeton, N. J., March 20. Ex-
Contracts for all kinds of Painting, KalHomlnlng President Grover Cleveland accompanied - Titusville, Fla. will be operated In connection with' the Blacksmith and Machine :Shop.:

,'Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging by Dr. Bryant, of New York his SATISFACTION GUARANTEED-
at the most reasonable price Qf. physician left this afternoon on his private Tax Assessor's! :Notice. y
consistent with good workmanship wt OBE\nv car for a three weeks trip to Flori

..11Mr.. Cleveland suffereda I will he at the at the
recently following places
All Work on the East Coast ., attack of gout, and Is taking dates named, for the purpose of '=!:'i.c.n..i=.g 7 Pi-i=::: : b i.c..g: ,
pleasure trip to recuperate. lie will Assessing Taxes for the year Iii05r\+

Especially Solicited!:- I ,. first go to Stuart Indian River Fla., and Quay Friday, March 24th.
(.Gt from that point start his tinning and Keams. 93th. and geperal; repairing} of all kinds.
Let Saturday: : ,
me what want and get
you my '
hunting excursion. Mrs. Cleveland
estimate WE ARE WELL STOCKEDIn Sebastian: Mond.iy, 27th.MiccoandGrantTuesday Leaders Gutters Stove Etc. made .
on It. Prompt attention ) drove down to the train In the rain to Pipe to, order. Pipe Fittings; Etc.Duelneaa
2 th.lWalabar .
given to all work.Hodgson the of everything wish.. the party good; by." ,
way belonging/ to Tillman,\\ ednes. 2! th.
a llrst-class drug house. In the line of Ex-President Cleveland and Dr. Bryant Melbourne Thursday ". :ioth.31st.. Promptly Attended To-
IJros. passed through Titusville,Tuesday night Tropic Banyan: Friday: .
on their way to Stuart Brantley Lotus Saturday April 1 1st.

we have 'gone through the list and Georgians, MamUy, .. 3rd. Address or call on OEO. .1. WHITE Titusville, Fla.
RIVER FLA. weeded out the bad and sorted up onlyon A LAUNCH PARTY. Merritt Rockledge Cocoa Tuesday. "" 4th. -

Marine Railway. the l good. What we now have in City Point Wednesday Thursday' , 3th.6th. .CONOVDI3'S DEt.: UGSTOE't.l: !:,

General Merchants and! Ship Chandlers. Patent Medicines are only those of highest :Mrs. J. L. Crawford's l.tunch. Law. Titusville, Saturday, Sth. The Most Widely Known Drug Store In Florida.

.. peclal Facilities.. merit and that have been found at rence, arrived In port yesterday morning Mime, Monday 10th.
all time. to be all claimed for from Indl&oo1with the following partyon LaGrange: Tuesday, llth. -AGENTS FOR- ,
for Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing them. board: S. J. Field and wife, William Haulover, Thursday, 13th. Nunnally's Delicious Candies, COcts per pound. White Ribbon Liquor habit
Yachts and Launches. We are making/ >ecl.l price. on them, OoUhall and wife and daughter, James Canaveral Monday, .' 17th. ('ure. Socts and $\"lnol-1.n8urpaaAed as Reconstructive Tonic and Cure for I
too, and! will save you many a dime by G. Shepherd Dr. Geo. E. 11111 and wife. Kan" Gal lie, >. 24th. Bronchitis. Hard Rubber aodlElastic Trusses. Crutches. Silk Elastic Stockings,
Mention the .AnvooATS when writing. buying of us. Dr. Chas. 11111 and wife, R w. Moore Blanks for the purpose of making returns and Abdominal Supporters. Everything for the sick room. Curative ,Anti-toiin
and wife John E. need and wife, Ed. will be left| at all the PostofHcesla for Diptherla, Scarlet Fever Lockjaw In Bones. All Mineral Waters.
JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at Red Cross Pharmacy Horuphryi Fred Moore Miss Allen and th. County. It you cannot vet what jou.waot In our lines fn your own town, send to

this office at reasonable rates. Giveus )(ra. A. Overly. They returned home P. A. McMlLCAV: Oon.b'V'or's: drug S"toro.

a chare of your work. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. 1elterdayafternoon. Assessor.2A. Bay and Julia Sts. JACKSONVILLE TLA.



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