Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: April 14, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: VID00394
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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NEWS "lie That Spends Without lie leister: Will Soon lie Here. Smart Drenwers.' -Mr. loo. M. Kohbiim: was In J.tcksonvllln ; ',: AMONG THE HOTELS.
LOCAL
gar,! Shall Want Without Pity; :'.. several days this week, attendingto -

And Topic" of General Interest This means that every one will want a ; Young men are, ns a general thing, the .) law business.Mrs. I Whore to stop along the East) Coast

new suit of clothes. You will make tu I smartest: dressers. The up-to moment -: P. <;. Walton and little Jitughtcr Set! list of hotel and boarding houses
This bit of proverbial philosophy
notice ads are ten cent wa mistake by calling at our wtoio, when' young man is a sort of lexicon of Clothes Cor I IIP, paid l n visit to Cocoa 01Tuesday on 1st, 4th and 7th pages.
Reading current long before the introduction ot
:f will\ tlnd and ) and He knows wlmt' next day
you the largest pretties style correctness returning "
this page. Hotel Ortnond Ormond under the
line on modern merchandising methods. It I Is ,
per for the ADVCMM Hue of Summer Clothing that was ever what: and gets It. Hut good I lit, tin Mrs. A, r. of of Masers, Anderson V
When you subscribe true, though; and just as true today all Hatch Rocklvdge, minagiMnent >
by the year, It does not cost you ever It wall Tho only difference la, that shown on the East Count. Any pattern newest colors, pnttorns eto are not'' was In town on Tuesday 1.11 louto to: Price, hula C'llIlIcllllt'tel') ono of tho best
cents per week, postage Included.Mr y .anti
three It's easier to heed the warning;-tmsle r )Fort ChrllltmltK,' to visit Ms ton seasons on rnrord.
In the very latest style.Every appeaiutice-cuuraeloiUlIc of our excellent .
Fred Morgan[ spent a week.day or for the citizens of most American town suit new; we can please you Tallor-mado Clothing, -is there, ll'i family. M r. Chns. II. ))a,is, citshior; and Mr.

In Jacksonville the first of the and cities, especially easy for the 1'001"10ot Tim BI.ACKMOItK: CONCERT close! Truilisan, chief clerk of Hotel Orinoml
w Prices ranging from :fI I, all the way lip| not what the young man wants. On' ,

_Mr. W. H Cresson, 'one of City; Titusvllle-In view of the splemlit as high as *J2.50: Linen and crash snits success In pleasing young men Is not jus the Moiifon Saturday night. Let over). pUHsod through Tltuavlllo, Tuesday, on

Point'( prominent orange growers, wa opportunities for profitable spending from .::1./KI to :>7.Ol) per milt. "luck," It's due to our knowledge of body turn out. route to Cuba for a while
continually presented by the Walkei
In town on Saturday. Our suits for $9'\), $10 and $12 nro certainly what the young man wants. and our -Mr. Amliow Fruscher,1,110) of Titus Tho Duval Hotel, Jacksonville, will '
store. Here are some of the chances that
AT PENNEY & BRANNI O'S WITI will open to you during the coming winners. Mall outers receive Aiurirr TO IMIOVII ir FOIL HIM. vUle'd well-known orange growers paid l chnngH; hand on April I'Vtli, says

every dollar purchase you get a ticket week. prompt attention. Then again our prices are always masonable. Dyttmvlllit, ; this week, end was mud the Jacksonville Metropolis. Mr. Frank

on Victor Talking Machine.In Beautiful Lawns in the season's lutes PKNJJY A SHANKING: Suits: at |10, frljflo: fl5, *_'O pleased with that progressive town. M Turpln, a well known hotel and real

The Clothiers and Furnishers.TItiisville' and $J;% that will at once appeal to the estate man of Macon, Ga., and owner of
consequence of the pressure on effects, such as you have always paid12q -Tne Fin Iola Senate has contlrrmd
1)Id 1
Fla. Mate of the swell dresser.
young the l'lul1I0tel, of !Macon, Is to bo the
car pace this week, the I School Boars to 15 cents per yard for, at lOc. you ever notice how many young men the appointment. of Judge M. S. Jones, proprietor. '

unavoidably crowded out anti Percales, the 12$ and 15o; quality at 10 of the K) Tltusvlllo for of the .Seventh now
sport Is Take note of I the change( como bore for clothes !? There Is .a ten- of judge Mr. Turpln I I... ono of the most prominent

our next Issue per yard. E. C. Ry. time table for Titusvllle on sou for It. Judicial Circuit, recently ninth" by (Gov mOil In Mnaou and will move to
Fine quality, yard wide, unblencher 5lh llrownrd.
-Mr. R. B. Stewart, a prominent or our page Mail Orders receive prompt attention. Jacksonville April llth.
Domestic, 18 yards for $LS).
toga grower of Brantley, was in town i a All those neat little Embroidery edge) -Mr. J.V.. Hruuor and little Mian JUMI'M KlINK: -Mr. John A. Irwin, of \Duxbtiry, lie will have as Ills manager, )Mr. Alllllfton -

couple of days or so the first of the week, Winifred Dixon 'of Georgian, were In Titusvllle, Fliu Mass, who owns a line winter homo and II. Humphreys, who has air efficiently
and Insertions, price 2"o:; per yard, foi .
visiting his brother, Mr. A. A. Stewart. 14 town part of Monday and Tuesday.Mrs. ---- orange !grove at Kocklodgo, was a passenger and Intelligently niHnuireil the
cents. -The Cocoa Beach Items came too on Monday's nortlilwiund tr"ln. Ouvftl since the demise of the late
EASTER CARDS at the Novelty Store Boys' Odd Pants, 20o., Vic., i.Octll", C. F. Fischer, Mrs J. S. Stewart:: late fi>r this issue.
fol will remain
en route home. The ADVOCATE It. 1V. Sporry. Mrs. Sperry
flOcts., T.'cts' ,, $1.OO. and f 1.50 per pair. accompanied Cnpt. Fischer on his trip
-Dr. B. R. Wilson left for Fort Pierce I Messrs. Sanders Same. and Bast attended lows. In Jacksonville but may go oil for A
Boys' :Suits:' from If 1.25; tip to $S.OO; to Canavei on Tuesday. They reporta
and Dr. E. E. Rollins tool the of 'the Chapter at summer trip.It .
oa Monday, worth much more than we auk. most pleasant outing.Mr ;. meeting -!Mrs. H.K.Jones who has been IIplp.ling
hli departure for Grant the same day, Men's lothlnp-IIny kind want, IJ.iytona yesterday. several weeks very pleasantly Tl- U understood that Mr. Turpin paid
Titusvllle without a physicIan !- ; you and Mrs Oeo M, Robbing and !Mrs /perry In the neighborhood of
thui
leaving iusvlllo with her daughter Mrs. Win
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at prices that defy competition.Look -Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Hath bun have
baby Charles, returned home on Sunday:: tOCKMI:! < for the holdings of the Sperry
for a day or 8o. I Head this: An Iron Bed Spring had neat-looking fence elected around M Brown, left for her homo In New
after enjoying a visit of several days in entitle, Including lease, furniture, stock,
-Mr. T. P. Howes, who has been th< and Mattress for $8.75. You cannot duplicate their property on Hopkins street, Tltnsvillu. Hartford, Conn.,yesterday, but we hope
Jacksonville and St. Augustine. good will, etcTitle, of course, does
her hero next winter.
station ngent for the F. E. C. Railway aTHusTllle this price anywhere.Now to see
Include the hotel which
all the winter; left for Dan la, listen To the first live children =: Take note of the Walton Self-Lock- FOR UP-TO-DATE STRAW HATS, not property,
Governor Broward has appointed belongs[ to the Turner estate
Dade county, on Saturday; and Mrs. who report to us, May ]st, a prominent log Block Co.'s ad. on our 8th page. Mr. F.) A. Morgan; of Titusvllle. a delegate call on Penney A Brannlng. Clothiers : i

Howes left for tho home of Mr.Jowes'. word, we have used in our ads for a long There Is an immense demand for these to tho Good KoatU Convention at and Furnishers.Mrs. i After bieukfast last Friday morning

parents at Oak hill the same day. time, but from now until that date will patent tackle blocks throughout the the Ponce de Loon closed for tile season
New Orleans. J. A, &. nalsitan. Slice. l.ollle
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leave out, we will give one dollar esch.JOIIS' New England towns.. of ]III, which has boon the most suo- ,
DO TOUR WALLS NEED CLEANIng -Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Ballantlno, of D. Balsden and Mr. A. V. Ilalsden, of sessful the history of this palatial
? Alabastine will do It. See our R. WALKER A CO -The Itev. Mlllldga; Walker preached Atlanta who have been occupying Mr.
Sommerville, N. J., who have, as usual, hostelry, says the,St. Augustine Itocord.
id East Coast Lumber d TilE LAIIOE 8TOUK.Titusvllle Ills last sermon for tho season. at St. Oabrlel' Palm and
on L. C. Ilrannlng's cottage on
page (
been opening/ the winter at City Point, During the season Just ended the Ponce
Supply Co. \ Florida. Episcopal church, Titusvllle, on Tltuavlllo all the winter
last. Main streets, ,
left for home on Saturday bur entertained celebrities from many
Sunday last, before quite a large congre- and
Jacksonville
-Mr. R. B. Burchfiel, a former mrejor left for St. Augustine lounttlos and State In the Union
every
-Mrs. T. A. Robinson, of City Point,, gation at both services. -Rev. Milldge'Walkcr and wife who on Monday, en route home, t
< for Brevard was among bait contributed Its quotlof distinguished
county,
was a guest of Mrs. Jos P. Brown olTitusvllle have been spending the winter at Mel-
the pleasant callers at this office 01 part of Wednesday and yes Conductor E. II. Rhodes. who had bourne, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. -Dr. '\", S. Graham, of Miami, a for. men and lovely women to the list of

Monday,en route to Jacksonville, where terday. I IMrll. charge of the Titusvllle Sanford train T. Wetmore, Titusvllle, a few days the ner prominent resident of Titusvllle, guests domiciled at this world-famed

he was called to appear as a witness It for[ about seven or eight months, Is now lint of the week. Wa acknowledge a was In town a short while yesterday, en louso. The season began earlier than

u important land case. He had beer -- E. E. Rollins, of tbls place, I 10 charge of the branch train running call.\ route to Jacksonville Ha hud l been on usual and the hotel was taxed to Its, utmost '

tutting relatives In Georgiana.One spend a few days at Hotel Ormund the from New Smyrna to Orange City Junc pleasant[ a visit to Key West and Tarnpa and capacity up to a week ago. Even

of our Daytona correspondent end of last week with her friend, Mtsg tion. -Mr. Will. Snider and friend, of Columbus gained; about 10 pounds In weight on up to the hour of closing the patronage)

Fay, of Boston. SHIPPERS OF CABBAGE-ATTKN- ()., who have boon spending several he trip. Dr. Uratmm will stop over exceeded the name period of former
*nt s us that Miss Thelma Mae Johnston .
and Cuba
who has been attending school -Tax Assessor P. A. McMillan was in tlon : The Jacksonville market on weeks In Dade county here a couple of days on his return. ,.ea rll.

Daytona, left for Virginia on the 5tblo'tant town; a couple of days the end of last Florida Cabbage Is higher than the were passengers on Wednesday's, Ohio. north. -We acknowledge receipt of the fol- The stall will be scattered during tllo

via the Southern Railway. This week, shaking hands with his old.time New York market, and we solicit your bound train, en route to lowing Invitation from the Misses AI tree, summer, but Mr. Murray, tho manager

after tIle business and handle all REMEMBER\ TIIF:} LESSON: Arlthmotlo will return to his usual summer post at
and can .
*u quite a trip for a child of eight years friends, looking/ consignments you two former popular residents of Titus.rlllei

to make alone, but she reached her destination connected with his office. I have. PORTER PRODUCE A COMMISSION and the Concert Saturday night.Mr. :>The pleasure of your company Is Sheller Island to manage the Manhansetlouso.

lafely. REMEMBER THE SCHOOL BENEFITand CO., Jacksonville, Fla. 2.2-20: Winslow. Dishes, a prominent requested at the opening of the Sanatorium also return. Chief to Clerk the Manhansot W. J. Fleming house, will to ,3,

THOSE BROTHERHOOD OVERALLS, An exhibit Saturday night. -Mr. D. I*. Merwln a prominent and orange grower of Lotus, was among the Contro Austrlano, Tampa, Saturday resume lilt summer position. Mr. FrankVorth
of Conn tbls office Wed no.-. April 13, IDOn, three to six I p. m."
:.c to $1 color wealthy resident Milford wasa pleasant callers at on :
per pair. Shirts, any -Mr. A. Piton and family, of New assistant chief clerk, goes toCaston
Saturday's southbound He has shipped about I'M crates. of The above young ladles are on the re-
on
4.I) to ;COo; each. Work shoes, t,25 to York, who have been spending win passenger day. Point, Conn,, to Fort Grlswold. '
H,73;; per pair are certainly the best train, en route to Rockledge and Eden, beans this winter and will soon be readyto option committee Smith cashier to
ter at their orange( grove place at Ilobe Mr. II. r.. E. Roan
{for the money that they have ever Sound, have returned home, and the ADVOCATE where. he expects to stay about two ship tomatoes. -The numerous friends of that far. Mount Washington, N. H. Mr. J. B. I

bought, so say hundreds of custom- follows. Mr. Pltou Is a noted weeks, looking after his property. His -Mr.Jerome Twlcbnllof Kansas City, tamed actor, Mr. Joseph Jefferson, will rlasury, assistant cashier, I Is booked for :!

n. For sale by PENNY & BRANttw playwright.The son accompanied him. iMrs. ilo., who hall been at his winter home egret to learn that he was again taken ha Manhanset Ilousa. Mr. II. W. .

( the Clothiers and Furnishers, M. A. Stewart and children Including near Hawaii's Point all\ the winter, staytd seriously 111 1 last week; and hU son, Mr. Warner, night clerk, will spend the

Titusvllle, Fla. following; unique Invitation Miss Pearl Stewart, left on over here with relatives from Sunday 'has. II. Jefferson, of Hoba Sound has summer at the Grand Union Hotel, Sar

-Mr. M, S. Jones and Miss Annie written upon wood veneer was receivedby Monday: for Fort Pierce, where they will until Monday, en route home. We acknowledge been with him at Palm Beach for a weekor atoga. Mr. Frank A. Poola, front clerk,

Jones wife and daughter of Circuit the ADVOCATE editor on Saturday: make their future home Mr. Stewart ; a pleasant call from Mr. Twl- two. Dr. S.: (I. \Vorley of St. Augustine will return to the Maplawood Hotel, at

Jadge M, S. Jones, came over from De "April 17, 1000-10U5; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. allowing in about a we.,k. Miss Pearl Bhell. was hurriedly called to Palmon Maplewood, N. H. Mr. (I. 1C. Warner,

J Land< on Friday last, to remain at their Robinson! ,"at home; City Point, Fla., 7 has been an employe of the ADVOOATK!: FINE SHOKS, ALL COLORS, PENney ': Wednesday, to see Ur. Jefferson.Mr. room clerk, goes to Hotel Cbamplaln at

TltulVllle home in the suburbs of Titus- to 8 p. m. ofllce/ for the past eight months, and Is a A: Brannlng's.; It. P. 1'H'Mlson. Jr., who has for Muff Point. Mr. G. F. Mardon bookkeeper j t

w"e until Monday afternoon when they -Mr. Charles II. Walton, publisher most promising young/ compositor, andIt he past year been manager of the local will go to* tho Chtldwald, In the I .

turned to the county seat of Volusia, and proprietor of the only pink paper Is with regret that the ADVOCATE departs -That popular and widely-read dally branch of the East Coast Lumber and Ldlrondacks. ;

where Miss Annie Is a student at Stet- In Florida, the EAST COAST ADVOCATE, with ber services. She will, how. newspaper the Florida Sun, published Supply; Company, resigned his) position Manager Murray and his sister Mrs.

100 l'Diversity. Judge Jones and Mr. was In town on Monday and "held ever, be with us In June, to aislat In In Jacksonville recognizes. the fact that his week, and will next Wednesday Fletcher, left for New York on Monday' ,

lIcCoy have the finest homes the sub- down" Gazette-News chair for a short getting up the tax: sales. the ADVOCATE support, any movement leave for Mt. Louis Mo., where he .will en route to Clarendon Springs Vt.

nrbs of Tltu89ll1e. time.1 Mr. Walton was favorably im- that Is for the good of the metropolis of ;
FURNITURE, IJRY GOODS, SHOES, make his. permadent horns, having ao-
pressed with the future prosperity ofDaytona.GazetteNews Enamel black and white Jap-a-lao. Florida-the coming town of the South. epted a lucrative pimltlon with the GONE ON A TRIP.
St Florida !Sun I
: Issue the :
In Its Friday,
Daytona.Mr.
For Sale. Daters, stamp pads, pad Ink, tablets. of bioago! Lumber and! Coal Company. -
editor
"Mr. Charles H. Walton
aid : *
and Mrs. Karl Mathlnsen and EASTER dyes,chicks, rabbits, baskets, well-known EAST COAST; ADVOCATE:, IT. Paddlson's many 'friends In West'aim Mr.J. C.K.Timberlake, writing us from f
the '
One Beach regret to lose him, but will Uulfport, Miss.,lessee of Hotel Hibiscus I
j; h. Frames for Window Screens & Cloth.
Alfred Mathlasen
p. Toquet Motor complete Herbert and : of
lIi Masters al"aybaa something good to sty: Palm Beach, says : When the season i i ,
him his
shaft, Propeller batteries and N. J. Capt. and Mr'!!. P. Pink rt'd. blue and bUck Organdies. ongratulata upon new position went Havana j
mag- of Keyport, ; Jacksonville and her people. That pa.per wan almost tu the end, I to -
sotto Price, $1:;-.00. Nelson and little daughter, Helen; also Extra white mercerized waist madras.CHAS. i never fails to lend a hand wherever which comet In the way of a decided with my faintly on a pleasure trip. "
Fla. promotion. lIe Is a. young man of exellent .tall "outing" and came ,
JAS. PRITCHARD & SON.Titusville Mr. E. A. Morgan, who went on a couple A. GARftNtn, Titusville >ossl)>le." Wa a delightful, ( +
line at
badness ability and will soon back via the Mlmson arriving <
Fla. of weeks' cruise down Indian River, on I .' f fI
Mobile\ Monday.
on
make his mark In the great, western
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Capt. Nelson's fine yacht, Keewahnaw Furnished Cottage. Saturday Nl lit. expect to be Mon the wing" doing 1 t

p nerles and Land for Sale. returned homo Sunday, delighted with city. HU successor has. not yet been the hand l shaking act for summer business 'I

their trip. For Rent Capt. J. O. Walton'! f urn- Will be the last of the Blackmore Con- named by the East Coast Lumber sad until May 1st, when I shall go tuUontengle

Two old shed cottage in South Titusvllle. No ert*. Don't miss the lesson on Arith Supply: Company.-Tropical Stun, West ; Tenn. I'
tWO- 1'le"610nd" the pretty, pink paper to
.. small sbedded
Palm Beach.
for Sale. bed or table linen or cutlery; $18 per metlc.
noerlel for sale I Boat Jtil> my summer address) The postmasterit 1
2j; mile. south of Palm
Beac month, in advance. Monteagla will hold! my mall for me

hurt\y Goo freeze.crop hu y arNot For sale one set of steam bent oak Cottage .will be vacated on Monday Fire Insurance. Dance :Notice. until I call for It. J

Also wild pineapple" the 27th Instant. -
land xl1 to make a 20 next,
l square
boat ribs ,
.:'...: J. C RlCKARD, round*bottom boat. WriteJ. CHAS. H. WALTON, Reliable Companies. Lowest Kates. Instead of having a dance eacn week, Does Your Engine: 1C u n ?
Boca Raton, Fla. or 23; foot Titusvllle, Fla. Write MOBOAJT fc WALTON: I
weeks.'ha
E. VINCENT: : It will be changed to every two .
If not a Kingston Carburetor and
Titusvllle Fla. \ Y: -11: Tltnavllle, Florida next dance "will be given Wednes- get;

V Winter Home. Orange Grove for Sale. day, April 19tb. eta Kite Spark Plug from
31 V. D. CASEY, Cocoa, FU.Notice. .
JIore For Sale, Cheap.
b1)- Fine Property for Sale. Manhattan Orange Grove, Hockledge, Y
'ill
tori J"l I tewr home a beautiful location Fla. A fine orange grove, full bearing The season being nearly over, I am de- The Clyde Line. I

'IsllIJd l on Celebrated MerrltU house ertnlned to sell several of fine horses .
Cocoa Fla. for rees. A fine furnished. New my
!*,. between Indian and Banana rIYfla' The Crabb property, gentle Get your Clyde Line ticket. from I hereby give notice that I have given
sacrifle. If want a good
t location In Cocoa. packing house, barn etc. Reason for at a you
! ; acres both improved. with fine front- ale cheap. Finest Gents' Furnishingsor elllng: too much care and responsibility. horse at a bargain do not miss this op ha'agent at Titusvllle, Do not fall to trycbnlna to ray bogs for the purposef

kce:;peat rl er_frost protection. Building suitable for Enquire for full particulars of Mrs. H. '. portunity. Come and see them, or writeo aka; the steamer, when going North. ) killing worms.
hi ApplyJ.
.11 I1r and shooting. Dry Goods Store. C. II. WALTON, R. G. Hu.vntn: >
p artlcl1lars F. WOOTEN Julius Smith Uockledge, Fla.., or 5J: C. L. Door: ,
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C. B"CJUIAN Flo. :I 5-9 Sebastian, Fla.
al1gal1 S' Cocoa Fla. lontclalr, Ave.. Montclalr! N. J. 21-13 NMt New Smyrna, Fla. Titusvllle {
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The Walton GIANT OCEAN- LINER. FRED E. GILBERT

*l pulnttn.ii<. at ll>. (arnnlm CnnamlMne'n STOP WOMEN
\ Klnrxt .* en..l.Tlie ,
Self-Locking Curiard line's mwst anti biggest -u3Ltx-toxo.ol3l.los-; : : -

twin iicrew ship Ca mil Ill. ublch recently AND CONSIDER THE
arilved at New.; York< on her muldeu . State Agent for

Tackle Block. voyage, In d(>Hi'rllx-d >>>' the English ALLIMPORTANTFACT OLDS, AUTOCARS and FRANKLIN v
prexs as holng one of the most beautiful
la claimed to be tlio, Finest Tackle nml spacious< of modern passenger 1 MOTOtt BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGINES
Block In the World. To see It In to buy bouts Biijs, the N..w'ul'k Tribune. She .
I the largest stock In the South . .
keep
It. hall a dlHplaci-iiieut of :i<>.0<)0 tons l III 075fiM Cnr
Thousands of them In ilia roughout: Batteries, Coils, Djnamos, Lamps, Horns. Write or call .for
>t from Htem to HIIMII, !has a beam of Mull orders tecelve attention.
the Noitli. Head testimonials from Prices. prompt
i2'/f,' feet arid Is !IIi fet from keel to
thoBO who UNH them. i West Fomyth Stieet, JACKSONVILLE. FI
37 11 ,
Tills load-holdingblock In m attain various ! bridge.: Khe din: ,omfoitnbly ac(:ommo- \ ,
liapfK ami IU>RH, of WOOD 1IIOV date 3,1X pnsHt-iigc-rH of the throe classes 1 -- --- = J
and UltOXXK. Will wurk> equally well ii Ill! n cn w of 41)/)().
VEHICLE & HARNESS C()
with rope chain or wlio rope.AVII1 Tho vpnsc'1 has etuht; decks. They are .' .,
woik I at any hoijjhi, upside] down, lettered, below the, bout deck from A Corner Forsyth aud Cedar its.
That In Mrs, I'inkham
horizontally. OP at l imv tile| and will addressing you
to O. Oil the A deck In tli< onk \pun- FLORIDA
ills to ,
lock are confiding your private a womaua JACKSONVILLE -
top and at any i Ioll't.>
led smoking room, \vhlch IM cijulpped
woman whose experience with wo
Invaluable for every kind of buHlneHH' .
where block In nuedwl, fie JJlItHltly) siving I I with cnsy cluiliH nud IouiiKs mid a man's diseases covers a great many! years.
the 1 lrI"or nf 0110 ninn or rnoro. lurgo Iiiiiiiniered tK>pc>r llrcplnce.} You can, tallc freely to u womau when it EverythIng used by the Carriage and Wagon Maker and Blacksmith i.

Nothing/ like IL f' ,r hanging,! or alietcliInft Above this Hmoklng/ room Is n largo, in revolting to relate your private troubles Celebrated I>avls Jk A'uburn Wagons for Sale-
wires. domelike Mb! )'light of glass of a golden to a. man-besides a man doe* not understand '
All blocks fitted vvltl/ ) Ilia famousVAI.PON color Hfhi>nu> On tills dock also Is the -simply because he is a man.
\ Vivrov Ho..m HKAIUMI.i "101111""," whoro" men nuiy enjoy their Many women suffer In failcnce and drift> along f LOR Gait Wagons/ Busies, Surreys"' Delivery W.IIII',
SPECIALTIES J [IJ-uneHS Rubber Tires Cairlage and, W _
: saddlery:
OUK > ,
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lifter dinner cigars nnd the womoir from bad to wor o, knowing full well that they
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Paints.We I
their coffee. Many of Hilt choicest stuto- ought to have Immediate assistance: buta natural
rooms nre on the iipixT prorneundedeck. modesty impels them to shrink from exposing themselves
A lumber of them' nro en unite, to tlio questions and. probably examinations of {solicit'Your BuslnesH and Guarnutee Satisfactory ServiceWo -

With n bathroom' while several of the even their family physician. It 1 Is unnecessary. __ _ + _ -- _ ---- --- ------- -- - --- -
moro pretentious\ ones consist( of a bedroom Without money or price you can consult a woman
parlor., bathroom nnd toilet room. whose knowledge from actual experience is great. 0 Orl.: : S\:1.rcl.::: : er: S !

Oue of tho novel features of tho CuroU Mr1'liiUliaiuN
Standing luvltatlou:
hi is that by a grent HiuTlflon of deck T.

room nil bathrooms are Hepnrnto' from Women suffering-.from any form of female O"\lr: .. ..tttOc..tioc.. :I? ease :
toilet looniH, ness are invited to promptly (communicate
TIle great( dlmciiHlons/ ", of the Ciirouln I'inkham at Lynn, Mass. All letters are weak'j)' sell Groceries at WHOLESALE
opened read and answered by women, only.woman you
may !I" h(>niipreplntwl by comparison.
If the vesHel weie pi iced< on the woman;can thus freely has talk been of established her private the illness eternal n Prices. Write f for our Price List Greatmoney

cunt Hlilo, of tlio onpltol .nt AN'iiKliKigton confidence between Mrs. I'lukham and the women "
she Mould. nctually hide It from view of America which has never been broken. Out saver.
sav for a distance of thirty-eight feet of the vast volume of experience which she .
at PIt(,,) end, nnd only Ilio iloino could has to draw fiom, it is more than possible m .
lie Hci'ii above. It Is iwtlmuted l Mint thesteamer's that she has gained the very knowledge hi I '
two great funnels which that will help your case She asks nothing The Enterprise Grocery Co.
!n return goptl-wUIILod her I
reach to n height of ISO: feet nbove the except your ,
.. 71 / ,
advice has relieved thou".I., Surely any "
keel' nro eipml to tho height of u twelve woman, rich or poor, is very foolish If she I f 1 7 Bridge St.
ntory I hulldlng, nnd If placed on the does not take advantage of thin generous I Flo
I '-n.eh onyillc. 'ida.
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ground two legulnr P/l..H'IIJe. >r locomotives olfer of assistance. Lydia 12. I'inkham .

could PIIHH through them on par- Medicine Co., Lynn MlLss.Followln I __ __ __ _ _ __ u ___ __
allot trucks. ,;' we' publish two letters
Tile Cnronla has Ihlrtcen holIerH nudflfty.fmtr troiu n woman who accepted AI you know, I wrote you that my doctor VVi. ZMIDAYTO- cGJi.EEEaiJl.
mil11* muut have un oiximtlou or I could not
furnncen. Her pugliien, which this invitation. Note the
live I then wrote you, telling you my ail
nro of Iho rjuuilruplo cxpiumloii tjpe, result. ments. I followed your adviie. and lUll entirely : : : .ter: aJl.d.: ::E=>aperha.Jl.geJ: : : :.
nro pnpnblo of generating! 20,000 Indicated / First", letter. well. I can walk miles without an
ache or a pain, and I owe my liCe to you ami,
liorHcpouc-r, vthldi glrea tile bont II Dear Mr*, l'lnkh..m1"01' :- to Lydia E. Finkhina'a, Vegetable; Compound.I : A, FLORIDA.
n inalntiilneil Hu-ed, of eighteen knots eight years I have Buffered something wish every sutfurlng woman would read
or twenty miles; nn hour. terrlbla every month with my ppuodH. The this testimonial and realize the value of writ
pains are exci'ui'luting and can hardly*tandthem. ing to you and your remedy."-Mrs. Alary All kinds of Bign and; House Painting, Taperhanging, Etc., promptly attended
My dot-tor, nays I have ovarian and Piramlck, Clitli and K. Cnpitx Streets Ben-
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to at any place on the Ens tCoast. A large; staff of practical men emploj tit do
AUTO ROAD FOR FLORIDA. womb trouble, anil I inunt co through an operation ning 1':U., Washington, D. C.
this kind of vioik.Florida.
if 1 want to got well I di,> not want
-- to submit tot if I can poxxibly help It. When a medicine has been successful/ .
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llvnrr M. rinirlpr I'luux n Sim Mllfliweilwnjr Please tell mo what to do I ho[>a you cnn in restoring to health BO many womenwhose
:%.'nr Ormimtl.Ilemy relieve mo,"-Mrs.Mai'y Dimmirk,5Ut.n and E, testimony is -unquestionable,

M, ringlur, president, of the tVpitol Second Utt! letter.., Itvnningl'.O.,Waulilugton.U.C. you cannot well say without trying it, Oranges and Grapefruit!
FlorUlu Kant Coast rail wiry/ U soon' to I do not believe it will help me." If
begin the I'Olll4trl1l'tJon' of an automobile Pear Mrs.\ Plnkhnm you are ill, don't hesitate to get a bottle
"After advice
loud' between Oruiond nrul Sea unil talcing' following Lydia E.cantftllly i'inlcham'fi your Vegetable, of Lydia E. I'inkham's Vegetable
breeze In con Junction -ulLli tho authoil- Compound, I am very anxious to send. you Compound at once, and write Mrs. 1'ink- AT.HO EARLY VFOKTAIirES WANTED: BY
Address all conunuDloitlons to the ties of' the last named. filuce, aays' atlpl'elul my tuHtiraonlal" that others. may know tJuolrvmueoiul ham Lynn. Mass., for special advice
what you have done lor me. it is free and always helpful.It's '
dlHpiitch from Jacksonville, aSOrl.: : :l\I.I: O ark.:
Walton Block _
SelMocklng Co Fin." to Hilt Chicago! Inter Oceun.Tlio ,
,
road will bo Hlx miles long, uteri ID Avo'k Momltiy rioni i I'!: a:' I
(tauorpointed., ) Htralght as an imow and an/ lino as ran count of th< Riiloous.( r.y fli.lugrt' 110 Murray 'Street, New York.
Offioe and Waroroom! :IIH() Atlantic' Avo., be built. It Is to be imed for road rne- o'clock.\ : It N nulntTlned the vvvVrneu ....
Near Kowe's Wharf' I Klnviitnd: (Station.HUSTON lug and time trials whenever the 01'lliollll.Ua.tollll got n elm lice to oober un nivl ',t ,
MASS. -. Member of the National League of Commission Merchants of the United States,j
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lionch Is unflt. It will home Tb eirly: closing movei) 1:" '''

OWNKUS\ OK TIIK C'ELKUUATEWALTONYINTON 1> bo' only tlio beginning! of a series of dmroad4 will! iirolmbly b<, continued throughout, Stencils and Quotations Cheerfully FurnishedF. -

> Htrctchlug continuously from Orinond the Hummer.
ROLLER BEARING. to New Huijrnn,; fully twenty ,
in HUH. To CUre u Cold In Out* Hay ill
Samplo lilocks can ho noon at the Al>- H-uhlman & Co.
VOOATIC olllco Tltusvlllo; ivt the stole of The lnul vieather nnd high titles at Take LAXATIVK: Jluovio QCININK Tablets : <
fct. II. llubbaid' it Co., Ju ksi>nvlle| ; and tho recent automobile races/ demonstrated Druggists return Ilio nmuey If It For ,
Jas. 1'iltchard. l A Son's ,more' Tltusvllle conclusively. that It la ImpoHBl- fails to cure. E.V.. Oiove's Mgnatule 261 Washington St. J NEW YORK.
Fla. Call and MOO these blocks woiklug./ bh> to aim'ii)/H depend[ upon the bench In ench box. 2:>c. Red Cross Pharmacy. I 1 93 Murray btreet., J f N. Y.

nud Unit other proIslou must be made.MO.SHI .
'/*. Flngler I'urrott wontOVl'1' SIDE LIGHTS ON THE KAISERAtterilolrn
.......................... tho niu\\ ---- -
ground' u few days ago nudruci'iitly
Oranges Pineapples
>Vlilh Illuatrnti* III Interest
reached an
understanding ,
In School Ilefform.KnlrtOf You !
with the Seulueezo authorities. ThNtlrst
IJOBc Wlthotm II. tttlll, continues hla
i link In tho road will
system run
>> and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
efl'oits
along the east side of the Halifax:1:, tor t'.i reform of tlio CenuunKCllOOlH _
dona to tile river.llnnlliiK. / HM.VX tlllt Itorllll CUl'IOHpOnilelltof
the New Vork Tlmew. _It_ (.vlll. _n lioreaieiubt'icd _._ represent several of the largest shippers !In your btate and wish to represen

WithVnlTfn.. Hint it MILS due t<>>> Ills initiative you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established 30 :;earll.
1) M. Shepard of Hhlnelander "'Is., / that the HO PRINTING 1 has trained a biuul of wolve which are uiisltimHlieio no OI'l.'I'\C.. \ but natural - -- -- - -

bulng used In hunting their unturned soleiuoH ure taught; vveie llrst Introduced. ES'fAJILlSHED' 187(1.M. ( .
Lately' the kitlwr ---
brotbors of tho wootN. Tho nnlmnUtnko in two in-
.. .. tho trnlI of any wild. nnlmul on stunioH him' given another pioof of hU

: which they nro plnced, snys' n Ithlmv Intel'u" t In mlioot leform.While Lane & Son
5 .r.>. lauder tlispntch.' A Milwaukee lumter iiHvntly on his estate In Cadinen ,
.,011' AT KINDSEXECHTFI recently employed. the tralne nnlmals' lie.\lolled. the public school of tho
.. Jl IL1.I .. and went on n hunt for threeclnys nnd UlHtrkt. which Is nttemlixl hy fifty ;*50 WASHINGTON STREET, :NEW YORK.

) brought buck seventeen deer, nine otter eight pupils. After having/ listened to I
.. ami three benr.. Tlio lender I N, nInrgu tile recitation! ho declined In stroug lunguago Fruit
CHEAPLY / niul muisunlly taniu nnlmul and that such ei'trowdliiK of asl'hooh'ooll1 Southern and Produci

: i onully' rtiutroN, hU pink while in the Is Inlnmiuno cruelty.
field. Tho owner I'IIIYII' ho .loes not The other story told 1 la even more Interesting.
i ARTISTICALLY( t fe Hi thorn for tn-o lirfore Tho Instruction In u Kyiunu- OOrc.l.JO.iosiOJl.
days:I seudlng: :: : : : : : erchaJl.: : ts_
them out, which makes tliem enger/ and slum in the nest of llorllu H in the THE GREAT

1 and with DISPATCH: swift on tho, trail. The wolves nreeven LuniU of n rirlnclpitl who lo\ea to give FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR
I imed tt. cnptmo oilier wolves, his pupils subjects to write on of n HEALTH DRINK. SPECIALTY.
.1.1., .. *: nhlcli nro killed nnd scalped for the Bomewhat humorous nature. Recently
. , state bountyFlo hit scholars had to write on the subject Stencils Cards and our quotations i furnished on application.
"In \\\o\v tar, from tli. position oftlic

: oirujsTocic OP Jukillllf'l'' .. rm In I'nnoy (Color anil !th..I.rTh legs of the llohenzollern statues Inttio Joimn Nri TAR FOIEYSKTONEYCUEE
I I I .. application of colors-other thau Avenue Victory, cnn ono diaw\ conclusions
. STATION BUY . I i thorn* nnturiil I to the tlonors Is very nn to the character of the represented METTO Is made from'the for children tatm, ...(... Jfa oplatf* Make Kidneys and Bladder Rljtht
much. U"4orted. to tbU. l personages?"
t oeutou wnys the
IS COMl'LEIK.: : ripe berries of the
I :Millinery 'Trado ISevlew. I.lhn!; Ispliown The much perturbed pupils spent IF YOU WANT A.
.* YOU Aliu'ISVITED in every fnihloimblo. tint, plain: many long hours to nni-ncr this mo- Tabal Scrrulatn or Saw Palmetto comblceil ..
or ghue, Another Uower which lends uientoiia itniulry. Ity nn unforeseen -- - --
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TO INSPECT with Fruit Acids and Aromatics.
IT.
: Itself tosurh treittmeut U the ten week coincidence the matter catuo to the
: : stock rorgeUuennt! U tu l>o had In nil\ ears of tho klll>!I'I'.* He lit once telegraphed There IA nothing hi MKTTO that will\ ,
shiulea of blua, n< well nt Its own llgtit,: to Pr".. Stin.lt, Prussian minister Building Lot
t : blue and nUo: in vivid green. These and I of education\ uud n ked him to hnrm an Infant but for all that. It will .. ,

EAST other Ila\vers nre made send ,Rome of these compositions.
.,. '. good use of, but QUENCH THIRbT
: e. : roues continuo to hold tilt proud position After strenuous efforts\' by the direct or a lot with aJBpILDINO' READY FOR OCCUPANCY,
oC the Hchool Hneo .\EXCITEMENT: :
of >rlme favoriteThere or composition ,
I \ "i Is a Looks were obtained, Tlie>le by special LAND :FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
COAST tendency not only to produce them In BANISH: FATIGUE, .
i all color/*, but also. U variety ofBtrnngo mellllt'njt'r1'1'1.: /( .' at once taken to PINEAPPLE PLANTATION: or TRUCK CARDED

shapes. There are full Mown the kaiser. When the kntser tiegnn to BUILD TI UE.STUIUL.TE Wa probably have for sale just what you are seeking.
roses tha potuU"' of which lli Tend the compositions, his feature became
I i I > almost ,
ADVOCATE flat, youio of these have tlio liuirt n little more amiable They finally THE LIVER, Settlers are flocking but itill there Is room. If joa

quite ou one aide Instead of In the cen bore it satUueil! exptesslou when at ACT DIKECTLY OX: TilE KID looking this way drop a line to

I PRINTING OFFICE. I ter.Clodnir. tbe rend.end"After of the alt third one composition would suppose be NEYS. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rdVice.Fre.ident,

of SlIlo..n. to llflp Fnttufrm.Woodland that the character of the lloaenzollern PLORIDA' EAST COAST R'Y.
In the Siegesallee' could be better told
Cat., wns n pretty dry
.......................... town the oilier Siuul.iy night. Tho saloon out of their faces than from the position ST. ATJGrTJSTINE. FL

keepers of their own nweet will of their legs." "This u the beat -- -- -- - -
John White & Co. closeil. their re<

cUvi' places of business condemnation of the composition subject Manufactured by-
LOUISVILLE!, KT, nt 0 o'clock that evening nj the ." the kaNer wrote on a leaf of the
KiUblUlMd IIUT Mtuos of the saloons wore lout, nay hoc>lr THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE
.........I............." ..... a Woodland correspondent of the Sacramento --- - The Tropical Mfg. Co.
Itee. The saloon men uny JOB PRINTING done at thla.office.FOLEn . ,
FURSand
they nro ilolng it in the Interest of the JachoDTille Fla. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY: IN TpE COtXTY
"_Hides.to. farmers. Mho from time to time have ONIYANDTAR.top.

complained that they cannot get their &be ooo-b....h. .l"D-'. SEND" YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.

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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, APRIL 14, 1903. 3

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ProfC:1lsional Oarcls.EO. THE ANHEUSER BUSCH. THE SUNDIAL.
-' I GARDEN SNAPSHOTSPlant I

Tli. l.ittrnt Arr..."rr In t>.* KrtlvrriSi
/- M. ROBIITNS. Brewing Asso's peanuts.! ..'...h..1 turdeu. Every thing-: -N

COUNSELOR Thin and cultivate early sown root Si n-ne he stiinJs unit. "i:n the now i'ti
ATTORNEY( AND I Ami only marks llfu. .. Niinny hours proof I
t AT-LAW. Faiui.nn St. Louis Keg and Dot crops. K.ir Mm Jerk days do not exist
tloit Beer. The best time for setting out orange/ I hit>ru..u faced out optimist'!
In State and United States trees'" U tho Into Inter and early
mil{ practice Bold by Measr*.r. A. Lodley and In the fur distant: past it shepherd\ ontlu '
Court. IIprlu hills of Chulileu pl.iMim Lucas Paints
R. I. MoUo.,TltusYllleFls. ) upon|
Office at TITUSVIX.WI FLA. Tomato plants should be pot Into permanent stiitT in the ground oliiuTViM that i ioi It
By :Mr R. L. Motlow.Cocoa Fla. quarters", as early In .\)>rll an
: 0' n i HluidrtW, and, bring by niitiirinml .a ( l Tinted Gloss)
the weather condltloua seem to Justify. .
ken a \ohserrer Hoini'Llilnjj of n plliIn i
D.L.. 9.\.ULIEN. JOSEPH ZAPF Four foot apart In the row U u good '''p'tier 11* well he (tIto\ l'oIHIt'I'hll- are sun-proof damp- proof rainproof, heatproof

ATTOR.NEt.AT.LAW. distance oo\ i I' Hint hitherto uniiotli't pliiMiun.' II' cold-proof salt-air- proof. rot-proof, germ-proof,
Sole Agent. A Ceorgla cantaloupe grower says IIKII .\.. ho U7.l'tI upon the lnnl...w dirt proof and competition-proof. ;
the Court of the State that nitrate of soda be used to
-.mnr.ot.celnall mny iInietc 1 the bile nuuiiiMit which full t inr
Courts.r 610 to 020 West Street Your dealer will why they are proof.
r arid* " ""> United States Bay good advantage after the plants aro prove :

.t .u Box, -JM TITU3YILI.K. FLA. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Wt'li111., if utfd"' a* the Mole or |i-rlncl-- << ,,,,.=->,,,ki....'""" '''' ''..u II 11 John Lucas & Co Philadelphia .
pal sour o of nltl''' .-11 It will III' bont !, ) a. ___
svE88 -- ----- -- to divide the uppllcatl., n lns; a part
I IA
r.J. TUB shortly 1 before the !xo.d l I. p..iiitt'd 11111 1 void by .)RV. Prlh'llItI'.1 .'\:. Son 'l'ltll"'lIh') l-'lu.

ATTORNEY .LAW the remainder In otif .ar uio.v tipplicatlons '

of the 7th HASBROUChMOTOR after tho plnnts! nr!" up.
Will practice In the Courts
rircult. Taxes paid for nonresidentsnd Shutting the stable dour after Uii LNL Hodges d'1 O'Hai a
rents and accounts collected. horse U stolen i b* poor u"htlol1.1", ,

FLQRIDA. l good authority us'" Oomlor thinks It the ...Miiiuifiiotnrttrs and Doiilcis) .,.
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TITUSVIUIK\ S'I'ARTSEASIER) RUNS IbTKADlKR': best plan to prevent cutworm Injuries I

-A.D.- PENNEY GIVES GREATER, EFFICIENCYand I damage rather than Is I done.to kill ills tho recommendation Insects after ) re Rte Kut CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.


uses I Is after the land Is prepared tor tho fl Orange Uox Mfinln Fruit"" hull ejoliblo! l (''rnti'H. ;\1..ulIIIIUII.'hln/. : etc.
ATTORiEY-AT.LAW. -LESS GASOLIYI'--: crop !plate loaves oC cabbage or tnrul) Mill" sod olh{ ... loomed Rt ItulTnlu liliilT Kl.i.V' .ilio, IIH tar. priors dollverotl

TrrcsvutK:, -. FLORIDA. per Horse poisoned with purls", greeD all over the tunny part of the siat., Address: I lloilgestt: 0' Iletw, llulTiilo' IllutT. Fla.
Power than any other Engine: made.
ground several feet
Two such
opart.
In all the courts of the 7th
Till practice
( We continually demonstrate this. applications at an Interval of four or

Judicial Circuit.: five days especially' If tho weather Is WE WANT EVERY I GROWERIN
Commercial sizes 8 to SOD Horse Power cloudy, will allow the cutworms to

rTEPHEX E. FOSTER Special Light Hleh Speed sizes from lake way with themselves, which they THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
20 to 20:;( Horse Power. gradually do with perfect success.

ATTOH EY.AT.LAW "FLOItlDA\ VKOKTAW.KS. completn minnal' on FlnridaCuop..

Jyal-UpchurchJBuildlntf; jaz.JJA.CK80NVILI.K Benj. W. Jerome. A Guaranteed Cur For; IMIes.Itchlne "FI.OKIUA.\ nE.\-A book of "I'"d..llutl'r."t I I to Oiange' Jiowers."

: FLA. STATE AGENT Blind Bleeding or Protruding BTTKDIAb A GARDEN. "M.OIUIIA[ S fUAV1IKI4IUKS.: ."- )..okiut on "Soil Varieties, Cultivation: {
the hit of un cttKl/'ru shepherd ho perorlMtl "
Piles. DriiKKlxta: refund money If !>AZO and Furtlllxntlon. I
WEST PALM BEACH FLORI )A.SIMALLEY. 1 In the shadow and '
The Largest and Most Com- OINTMENT falls to cur. any ease, no a movement "HUSH J I'Ol'ATOIr.8.-II..kl..t on "Soil, Seed, l'h nlllllC and Cnlllvntlon, Effect -
matter. how long standing In 0 to U the Idoii eventually occurred to him to
of Fertilizer DI
Dlate Establishment South. days. First RppllcltlolIlives/ ease and]l pint KtonoM tll uiurk Its position at various :K'ntf' and Shipping.
rent bile If your Druggist: hasn't It Intervals of time In this manner, "IMNKAPI'LF.: [ FKItriM/F.ItS.: "pt.t'lnllnter"Mc' Pineapple Orowors.
GEO S. HACKER' & SONMA.XUFACTURERS send boo In stamps and It will bo forwarded it I I" believed the drat mile sundial was "IHKAL: J'J'ItTIl.I7.jHIlo..k(; ( show lug all our HIITeient. Brands, Analysis

pone paid by 1'arU Medicine Co., constnii'twl. Price Etc.
St. Louis, Mo.Pahuer( .
In the olden time light nud dnrknoxsfurmod New and l rovlxeil\ editions of the ahoy just( pubiiahoi.. wont u fi-"_. _for__ the nuking.
the only measurement' of the .
Engine;: : For Halo. lay; Punctuality was an unknown WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
r.Marine!! .Gas Engines wonl. hunger Houmlctl the dinner bell ,
', i For sale u U h.. p. Palmer Engine, shaft JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
mill drow lni'8i4 rniijc the curfew. When
and wheel, nearly now. Poet tlitt I ; will the sundial was tiitroihuvd Into uivl- .. .-.. ..
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N1ntl
sell for *"I.UtI.: ( Reason for selling: Owner .
wants a larger engine. Address dental lundH It was regarded 1 purely; ---'IUCI': LIST OF- .
I J. M. J..AFI.I.V from a utilitarian point of view. The
21 tf Tltusvllle Flu. sht'plll'rillr,'.1 it out quaintly In the

+l HUH mid. turning phlloNtipluT by I Ihovery Eureka Wine & Liquor Co.

r"svt"r I It ICead The New York Herald occupation provldtil with mot-
toe, "Horns nun nuiniTO nisi 'r""I11" ,
1 r While In Florida. (II only count the hours of ttunnlilm).
I OF t I + As time wont on the decorative possibilities The Orcat southern Mall Order HOIINC.

It contains exclusive reports from all of the ,dial were npprcclutiil/ ,
Doors Sash Blinds the Winter Resorts; Automobile and 'nnd pedestals l of excellent dosltin were' Express Prepaid. Full Quart Measure.

Society News; Latest Market Reports constructed/ and In no place do these --. -- "--- ..-- --..- --

Moulding & Building Material 4 and all the news of the busy world. ilInl.i look no well ax sink some old Gallons l'er QUllrtll1 Four uartsl Six Care I-r-; :,

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world garden surro\indiHl by /flowers. '--- -- ---
Adventures of Duster Brown In the New I'i"iU'Cllult'M 1'rlvatsMork' : : : :: : -iT tr. 1ii lul)i) .1.1: 110
Office A: Warerooms King opposite York Sunday Herald. .-2.-J-7: They add to tile decorative effect and Ilatchet'r'rhal'a whiskey . , , , . I b0 no 0 I Itll 11:. 7\:

Cannon Street.Chadcston 1In always filoaxant to look upon. not. lIatcloflU'80l Itye. . . . . . . . . :121): () :'I. 211 .1A0 I 111111
Heal Estate Ilarialii withstanding the word of Richard Jef Eureka) N. C. Apple Ur"luly . . . . . 176 4 7i: 7 (III) 1& (00 ,'
S. C. fries: "1.f>t the shadow 1llvu"upon N. C. Apply 1Iral1..y.. . . . . . . . . . . 32 ::1211 1 .aM .1tU l
If Interested, write lor catalogue and tile dial. I can watch It with iniuanlm- ":'ireklM"lt.. . . ' . . . . . . . . . .j (IN) 4 III) II (II) a (N I()
Sash Cord and Information to Nice 8-room cottage wellocated Ity while ft t* there to l Is'. wn h'ht'll. It Enrokn N. C. l'ench Brand.. . . . . . . : . . 4 71\ 4. 73 7(10 lion
Weights, la TitiiHvllle . . . $12H( ) (00 I In, only when t the shadow l is not there N. C.1'enchBrandy . . . . ? . . .. . . :123: : \ :325} 4A} t)71)
E. L. BOSTROM Agent. 12:. acres Land. and House when the rlotulii of winter l hide It, that 1''rl'ekl: N. U. Corn. . . . . . . . . .. . . . . :1: Iti!: ::1 2.\ 4 fI'S f71)I
I set In Trees In Eureka: N. C. Corn XX . . . . . .
Hardware. OKMOXD, FLORDIA. part Orange the dial la terrible." ? . :j01) :301) 1 b0 I 9N)
Ban Oallie . . . . . . . . 700 00() Eureka N. C.J (torn. XXX,2. : 73 :l 7i: 4 li: It :10
Window and Fancy.GlassA 30 acres Land nearly ly :Many of the old! English sundialshave J<:urtlk" N. 0. XXX X. . . . . . .'l : . . . b0 l) J I Ml :J 71\ 7Id) ;
::vOLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale: Mile River Front (1 I miles fallen into decay, and now It lit. Old Crow H.I rbon. . . . ; , . . . . .2 tll() 4 50/ (n i 73 11:. tit)
SPECIALTY. Cheap, at this office. north of Kan Oallie . . 4XI( 00) sold. that Americans In their craze for JlermHlIlle Rye, . . . . . . . . .,. . . . rIC) 4. IN) I 0 71')3 till
20 acres River Front at thin new feature here runmii-ked Kng- bunny brook H,.. . . . . . . . . . . 73 :57S. : b(1s 1180 ,
'f.-. If you want to po' tb. e'Jtc.t ardeevllle . . . . . .. ,'. 4X() 00 land beautiful old Hprr-lnienx, which Sunny IIrlluk Hour Mash . . . . . . . . ::1 7:1/ : 75 6 n5 i 11:10:
:,.. blllll' returns for ;" 'I kOU' I 21tf I). L. GAL'LtJKif: Agent, they have brought across the sea to Ioho: Spring/ . . . . . . . . . . . I r.o d& 11.\ II IIU 1:1: 7S:
: ..?. Y/your IlIbo.ground.l'l'V. aod. ;' "J.t!!"#"'. Tltusvllle, Flit. aid In creating that atmosphere of age Milk Velvet . . . . . 1flO) h :211 7 fitS U 711
I You/ '.." .1I'0nS 'JJ r _no which Is the dmlderntuni of every finecxtute. Oakland ... . . . . a 71,0., II fll) 1:1: 110 .,
\1// to plant anything but ,:: -- --=::c /
i Flue Property For Sale .
I -- -- Gin trout I 2.8O to !I4I.riO! pur Uallou Delivered./ '

FERRY&tbetmUrd Two nice cottages adjoining each The Potted ttnttr Hamklrr Ro.. ... lIu", twwlvn label*.>f U.tcbttU'a Private' "',,"k anil aroma. n lintltn' iron Hnv. t..lYe'aboh.' or
I other {in North Tltusvllle, with an acre IteferrlitK to the treatment by which Ifatchntrsuldltyeandsactneaboulsfros.' l'I"ye twelve lnbel.egllutmhxtt's'1'hat'sW6/.kyanalso-. t
niirna bottle tr..... Have twnlVH InlmU. 'of hammock .lIur.a .
and live acres of rich muck dormant onu-ycnr-otd plant of tho Ila- .... .. fen Have twnlv
.mfRurakaNI.Apple; llranily anil mwura Have twelve .
SEEDS 'Ulwlanf' Knriikit Mlt
I land suitable for truck farm. Hood by Rambler rose are brought IntoMnoin anilMMiiiremialiiittle fr... ''!" ...pLallgaeula| boughs uoiniany'iatnroani7iin| imr iralloii lo.4tlmn
arts 49 y..re'Net. river front. The larger: cottage has three 1 for Easter, OnnlenlnK; tell that when. ilnllvernil.. ', Nn "harK. for Jut| IMIXH ..r "roo,.,".. All lilY huttlni are full n .
A They .(wayI pnMluo sleeping; rooms and a servant's inniuiirv An.taadard liramU or wnlHklmi sold aver my bur ac moot per ilrlnk in
room up
,
tb. l.rgtmt and survncoropd. these are .)ott"I Into four inch pots andplaced All wlni. qiiDteil on aiilliiuLlini| _
stairs; and a parlor sitting room dining
All duAlvni aril
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Leaver B fur
on a rather shady bench In n you
or and kitchen below
Ihem. Our I" room The adjoining
Wine of Cardui tree"'...on! Annunl.'"Iu.... cottage has two sleeping rooms and temperature of 45 do re-eii. In tour EUREKA WINE & LIQUOR COMPANY
O. M. FlRHV t 00.' servant's room In second story nod weeks the white roots! begin coming ,
DCTROIT, MICH.t' sitting/ room, dining room and kitchen through. You may then Increase the ,
Cured Her. below. Large brick cisterns to both heat to CO and 05 degrees, nnd In two iin Vest fay Street, tTnckMoiivlllc, Fin.ANNE

1 houses. Adapted for a nice winter or three weeks of this temperaturethey .-. . . ...- --- ,- u ._._.._.... -'
213 South Prior Street, home. are ready for more heat tit) ) to
ATLANTA, GA., March 21, 1003.I rr Apply to G :o. M.Tittlsvl Ronni Ile:**,FIR) After two or three weeks of :E3 ROTI-: ERS. ,
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suffered for four months with this treatment there Is a shift Into "IIUNI' In". .aITAIII..U lass'VIIIMKIIM

extreme nervousness ahd lassitude. g iJ Shoe Kei>nlrlii large pots and a temperature of u" to : WIMS GINS ANI.) JIKANIIIKH.:
I had a sinking feeling in, my 70 I degrees. Tlfe( plants lire In full bloom\ ---- --- ---. 'I

stomach which no medicine seemed J! g.s 8- I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairing Fourteen to sixteen week after the first Express Prepaid. Lemp's Beer.Falstaff .
to potting of the dormant stock. Omiocil > Per run.
relieve, and losing my appetite : and do not forget It. Opposite Jas. ; up Full quart measure, 4 'It. II qea 12: '11. Iliwr. . ........ ..... ...... ..........SIVA
I became weak and .s Pritchard & Son. : not be afraid of Kitting It Into lluntlnir ,.. .. '" . ',J K 111I '1 tlfl K"'tr. l'i.lu. . ..... . .. ...... . ...... I it) ,
ity. Iloetfourteeln [8rf Axn'1'Itus.IlleFla. ilootu too early ns thin rOHe contlnuex NnlMiu. <.'oiyt lift.... . . ..,:II.' :l / Hianilanl . ... . . ... ... .. ,.... . { or ,
nina flak MII..IC..' . .. ... .. .. .3:111WI: / MI' M.U.'n..uk.. ... .... ....:. ;. ; .... I'.
}eu of and felt that I must ---- t:<> flower profusely all summer If kept lUmin'i "..." ItyeHiMtlul .. ... .. .....1 to nto IIWI/ I'olmrifBr, |alrtnd .. . .. .. ............. -JIM
find I J-'or Charter. In good growing condition, as every lir. im.... MI 12 I Ia) II.... Ale' |'lOt.. ..... .. .,,. .. ,. .. a an
ppeedy relief to regain my if.! shoot cluster of flow Maul Whlnki-r .. :: ::: : ::: : Ta : :: u ee liiilnm* Mtunt, plnU . .. ...,. .... ..........:-j K
health. Having heard Wine of f new produces a fmu-h Ura,..'". ..... . ..... .... . a, Ta aa IIIII I
Cardui ers. Apple llranily .. to Bulk Goods, Jugs Freo-Not
praised by several of my o Cruising/ yawl Trochee. For particulars -- Iliijlanil'!: ; : +:lln ::: ...::.:: . ? tat, g ; :e Prepaid 1', I
friends, I sent for a. bottle and was enquire of the owStanley . .. . Ummva 4lln.... .. ... .. a Ta II MIl e+l r
A Chaataaqnn Imp CiroTr r' Ail l Nnrtb C'nrollnu Corn .. .,4 till 481 1011 "I."" / |>*r Ual.-II,.,Uln.Corn. Umxl (]r.d.". I
certainly very pleased with the dj ;; : Hitching Stuart, Fla. The soil in nearly 1111 Important ntartor Mountain (' rnJaliiMlca .. .. . .. .. .8 TA 1 fill II/w./ "' .'">. p.r .liml.- ,.., Oln, Ctiru, KIIIII" flue
reiilts. Within three days my In culture the climate, KHIII . ... .... .. .::1 Mir a J/I/ T J/I/ .' Quallly.l.no .
appetite I r grape an MMs / IMP returned and my stomach Cleaning tart l'reNatla K. according to a grower In the Cliatmi-" Orape Urnnily . ... .. .. . 1/1 A t1YA / II., .. fort, nuoluyl.
Doubled = eno t. '") | .
me no more. I could J Illmatter King of Kshntakyt.aar "'n. . ..a 1/1 IIIMI ,,11II ; Appla
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digest quit grape belt of Pennsylvania. ... .... + i| l liy Air.
my food without fort, terry i>r Anuelloa.Ainortmtipt :III) 3 is 1I .rlYhn ..
difficulty All work done up-to-date. Call"andlIee we: of cultivation he claims thatovercultlvntlon ale M | ll>., HiK-UI l>ron_
and< the allowed on all tfti sN Ir of nuiiio' prh'". Hy.. 'IallMw .
nervousness
dim gradually f. : > me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor k almost os InjurloiHa -- --- --- --_.-
liHheJ.
her functions Nature without performed .: ... ;a.c.. Barber Shop, on Washington. aesue.Ilaclo undcrcultlvat: on About six week J 2 Ifl-I 2riH AVcMt AdtuiiH St. JIIfk..u\'III., Lila j

difficulty _- before Krllp'bt'acJn to color cultivation ... .
and
I = 9 9 .
am ,
once more a happy and 0 tyN -- f
1it to Land should cease. lie adrlsex not to tlie
County For Sale.
well woman. OLIVE. .... fool i nltrotfenouii"fertilizer.. The wore nitrogen c :e: ..A.. S :H3: ZL, TT D t>. E cS5 OO .

Tte.a Atlanta JOSEPH i ..., r ,., For sale, cheap: the northeast quarterof fad. to grapevines\ the more sat aiv w. Ha,. .t.. JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. "'
ales G)
"Sight CluJK. southeast quarter of section, township wood produced.IlortleolturnS!. "
Secure a Dollar of [ o .5'9! i m 38, south of range 41 east; close to -
Bottle
O. K. Woo pineapple plantation on .'r..U'...
of Cardui Today. ( ) enOt St Lucle River; 40 acres. Cherries and plums. should, be grnfteflenrly. l [ ? I
jNine 00f Also, the northeast quarter of north rdflPTlLJ4L1F? 4JLLQTS. ,
"' east quarter of section 18, township 38, fDiLr.r
noi south of range 41 east; on south fork ol "PeachcH have grown jf -
St.: Lucia River; 40 acres. Apply) to ne twenty-one years out of twenty ,
2: CIIAS. II. WALTON' hree\\"+ nay a Taney county (:Mo.) ,
Tltusvllle Fla. 'armer. .

The Viavi -y e Z == -y --- - - -- Among new fruits receiving common i "

= f q datloti In Ute) Akin apple, A beautiful/ .

red apple of excellent quality.
!
Home Treatment. u i 8i ;> In Missouri the tendency seems to b<-

Q 0 toward more thorough cultivation "

o C) I orchard. .

f.a" r > t la. Phenomenal I I.* a nosy; red rn pt>erroriginated
all
Inflammatory( conditions
E-a. I ID lu f'allfornln.
CLi" i&W
c'ert nl] ba ()
end) 1
external. Vlavl Is a non- s C. F. Hal of the Michigan iforti'n'turnl .
IU._. ,
11 "itment: fot turaora.. Call or F,< I I M : society prefer plums on r pen-' '
tar l tsar ", roots, thinking lie can tight the bor< i
nl
literature free. VlatI"a .
bit 0 .. 1 ,1, better than aut plum. sprouts that coiii- kind I- c
n use 20 years-patrons nom- ..J up from the root4.

berell by the millions Ih I For the York Imperial( ns a < ,: .
-' storage apple the point t. made) tlm, I )

Florida Yiatf Co pg I II lOLEnIlONE AM TAR well colored apple stand storage bettc-l' '

.'... than those picked sooner. Agents for tile 'ubtt! Ilrewlns[ Co.
"In St. Jacksonville Fla. Car.. Oaldsi Pr.vs.t5)) ra.u_."





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n 4 EAST COAST AUVorAIK.. APRIL 14. I'*o5.

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I i. President: VVM. M. BROWS, Vice-Preeident
JAMKB PBJTCHABP. .
Bros at 15.00 per month. ,
t EAST COAST ADVOCATE 'l'a& collector'. report of polls collect\ WISSTOW S. BRANSINO, Cashier

eel during the month of March, amount-

lag to .7.00 for the year ]100.1; and RIVER STATE

$.819 00 for year 1 110,1, wall received. INDIAN BANK
f PUBLISHED XVXRT FBIDA.T.CHABLKS The county Judge and tax collector' '
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report of licensee collected during the 'Home Made
H. WALTOH, Editor .A Publisher. month of March, for the year 11103.\ and COUNTY DEPOSITORY.

amounting to $43; (OO stale, and $22,51) Authorized capital SlOO.coo
4 ( AWB..I>*9oQBlfAI. DIVOTED TO THBDSVBLOF county, was received.
MINT OV TBB IHDL4H arras, LASS The following bund to carry pistols Paid 1 up capital - $25,000

, WO.TB..D..IIO..Y1l..V..0'I"01ll.. weie approved : C, Graham, }[. Tyler, ----" Average deposits $2OOOOO

;': I P. W. Roberts, J. M. Hunter M.V.. Have cake muffins and biscuit :- ,, -
I j Simmons, E. J. Tray nor and K. Y. your tea
& : IK the people of Florida want a Transacts a General
+ -Banking
1 I i geological survey of this state, and Clvatt.Tk* following bnn! to carry repeating home-made. They willl be> fresher

are firmly convinced that It will be rule wan approved: II, K. Olmstead. r Business.

:"f'l; I a benefit to the country why let Reports! of justices of the ,peace, II <*. cleaner more and wholesome. l
tasty
I It. Knescli J. M. Senders *
the people have it. Hn.nh.in W. Largest and Oldest Bank on the
River.
l' J. K.: lieed. J. n. Baker and C. T. Mo-

Urlde were received and Hied.Ul Royal Baking Powder helps the house Exchange bought and sold on all Fun ,

..rk's report of. tax certificate re- Countries.

Florida Gov. IHOWAKI Legislature) > reeoniruntulB to prohibit the bylaw deemed J February or purchased wile ircelved during and the flled.monthof wife to produce at home, quickly and eco Patronage aJ1Jtre lated. Prompt Kervlc i t 4

the sale' of gpiritous, .vlnon or The usual batch of bills, wan then tr..tnu'andevry. favor ccnmlHtent a"' ''n.

) 'i malt liquors to tho Seminole Indiana taken up and. rtidctril paid: wbith willappellI' nomically, fine and tasty cake, the raised wl r ervative CORRESPONDENTS banking, granted.

In our next lnnu.
J of Florid This is a good Jo motion, the hoard adjouined to a Empire Trust Company, New YorK '
I hot-biscuit puddings the frosted layer- r \
h'' move In the right direction, for Itl meet the lut Moiduy I" May, at 8::
t l is said that the drink traffic among o'clock, 1\. m.
I ( the Seminole Indians is largely indulged cake, crisp cookies, 'crullers, crusts and Jrjsv'ILLIJ, :L'TA A..


v H I'M'''I I J Ja in. Sharpes.- muffins, with which the ready-made food J., -.- .:J--: -<> ]-13:13- :- -- XnJ',!:;;.

Nearly all our winter! visitors are jtono.I :Successor to Dobbins Bros.)
( ONE of the great coming events I found the does (:

.of the East; Coast of Florida, I fa I James Boyle sod wife will care for the at bake-shop or grocery C3-TJTNT: t33L: C:13.: S 1\lIJ: : : T :E-]..
Hotel Indian Klver, Ko<:kledgo, thl.aunlluer. .
that stupendous undertaking of 001' Numbers, Stencil. Trunk and Locksmith Supplle
not compare. JIKKPAIRINO: OF GUNS AND: KEVOLVKU3 A SPECIALTY-:
Mr. Henry M.' Flakier, who is in.
Wo have hail the hint season In yeais, Gun !toIl Jtovolver parts. and keys at wholesale. Trunk and ValisesJUepan I la
5" I troduclng a bill into the Florida and hiive had more prople. Every house Royal is the greatest of bake-day helps. ;!:'4 Main S>t. Jacksonville. Fla.

Legislature for the construction ofa and room,'Ln" some tents, were fall.f .
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railroad) from the mainland) Mr. and Mrs. Green from UtlcaX. V., -- -

1 Florida to Key ""est. We nro under lOrD mill hero, Mr (i roen came an Inva- ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO.. NEW YORK. 13 SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY.

S the imprecision that this bill lid, but doc not look It uow. TUey Til

: will with have innde many friend .' .. ...... ... .
a bb meet general approval, ...'F....gg IfM N1 e rlrfl tfe K KMeM 'Ktf M
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and'we recommend Its passage by Mr. and Mrs. Ballantlne made their .. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

( d the Legislature. UHli departure for their :New Jersey ,. ,
home. The writer -mil H. F. Boa I are THE FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. sit.,

x booked to take the /first bunt of the sou- )44. 5 "
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pfi TUB thirty-second nnntml session son. in November with him. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick

of the Florida Medical Association iMUs\ Clementine Uiickner, a most estl ****.*..*.**..*****. ....

m,)ljlo lady of Ilendersonvilla ).. *
) will be held in Jacksonville< on the young I Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Telephone Xn l62
:N. O., who ban spent the winter with : By tlio ADVOCATE'S Special CorroHpondonU It:
1 19th It is said) that the
instant. ( Mr*. :Sharpe. hall retained to her hume ... W ... 51UNNEKLYN General
J. : Manager
programme will bo of much Inter. much Improved In health and weight. ************************** **************************

est to the medical profession, and She leave many fi'lend behind her. Tallahasaee, Kla Apiil!, ]1005.If ; missions stretching from one end of our - --.-- ,- - --

we regret that another important Mr./ Ilallantine line B"I.I6111| /groyo at nothing succeeds like allcco-.. Gen.A beloved State to the other, recalls\ the The Oldest Established Grain and Seed House. In the Stat.

meeting will take place in Atlanta Sharpes. E. E. Hwlnnou has alsi, 'cold W. OllchrUr of funs U.mla the It>- interesting fnct that Columbia county ,

6 about the same time. Dr W. L. his two pieces and purchased the Old canny elected, speaker of the IIOUHH, may already hit, a little. dispensary' proposition
_ pUce 11 I r. Hall.iutiue own large pineapple safely be accounted a successful man. on Its hand*. Tho thing has taken PUflAF1
Hughlett, president of the Asso. Interests, nod Mil\ \ ,h bin wife, will Upon several ocoiixlons has. ho leached this shape-Tlie )Lake City Index Is now -v'\/ro.: : .6.:: :Sours: : & 0 o.

: elation will deliver the response to cuntlniio to return to Khar: pen; not ml using out for the gavel, but hitherto his exertions running the otllclul notice of a very

l the address of welcome a. winter for twenty yeam. have; invariably' been attended peculiar piece of special legislation. soon alt
with failure: and the I onuses that contributed to be latro.1),fee' to the .ell'ect that' GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
Mr and Mrs (}. A. Thomas. of Chicago should the aforesaid county of Columbiaever
to his success this lime form an
_ EASTER SUNDAY tl la have returned home, after many Interesting chapter In the Inside political go "wet" the booze shall be handledby .
'i year conies )pleasant weeks at Mini'pus.' Mr. Thorium a dlnponaaiy.TliU Flour, Grits, Meal 1 and Fertilizers
of the Stittv.
21. Tliln is the latest date Las history
April purchased the Mrns land and
/grove may be tie entering wedge' for a
More than six rnnnlhs It
was M'
y since 1830, whnti it came on April and will make Improvements for tho entertainment pointed out to Gen Ullchflht ago that he regular State dispensary, or, again, It ,yI 200 EastBay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

25, the latest date possible", Only of tourlnts, sportingly In. may eventually lead to a chain of county
should lose lime in securing the Her
no
clineTbe! location Is one of the best ( eminent autliotltles Catalogue Fl'ee.VareholtsoK on tracks of S. A. L. K'y. and A. C. L. Ky.:
dlspensailos.' ,Home
nine times. in two and it quarter vices of a competent manager fur his
for game and Uh\ on the river. to be of the that of the
seem opinion two
Kpeakershlp camunlgn. Major I G. I - - -
centuries hits Easter:, fallen as late !
Mr. Edward!: Southern, wife and after looking Into the matter. evils, the county dispensary would be
as it does this year. Only five daughters, Laura and Moth, leave next He"IYi to take It tip, and the deal was the least, as It would, they say, he more

times! In this period has it come week.! Also Mr. Edward Doyle and finally cnnHiimmateil by a mutual friend, easily controlled.The MeMurray & Baker

later In the spring than It does during wife Mr. Boyle and son, Clarence, who met the General In Jacksonville and Anti-Saloon Lnnguo: recently organized ,

lt)0.: and It I is never possible I made market garden: and will rent arranged the details.In In Jacksonville, has' It Is said
land for another bill GtlchrUt undertaken to wage war on a certain '
season.' They suppliedthe previous campaigns,
for it to fall than 401-41 East nay Street Jacksonville, Florida,
more two days Kockledge hotels; theMe New Jersey hued little organization, and this time class of proprietary medicines which are

later In all of the time from 1780to people can't bu boat Clarence lioyle Watson had even less. Tim DeSoto said to contain a dangerous amount of '
Makers and Jobbers of
2013 there is not one occasion< will remain all summer on the Indian county man was really elected before he plain everyday booze. The proposed -

where it tails later than April 25, river. soon reached dlscuvrred 1'nllithnnMttA-wli.n- t nit 1.y-Uplto; his; opponents; ; ; ;; all bill paletot will: probably medicines be so containing drawn as over to cover 40 Vehicles \ Material

and only twice docs it Mrs. L. W. SpulToid has returned to Harness Carriage.and Wagon
come on break through the linos Major Ileuly had per cent of alcohol. and It may be, all
this day ,of the month. During her Indian Itlver home after spending drawn arpiintl his c.inillilittu.' "soft drinks" containing, Menpbla or ,

this period It comes three times ont many month with her" daughters! In All this Is worth Haying, because one other deleterious .drugs.. Saddlery, Rubber" Tires.
Chlcaeo. Mr. \V II. Pruvu her soii-ln-
Florida 1 has The bill prohibiting railroad or express ,
nt le"st. 'blieadv -
undertaken
April 25 and four times paper
on April law with her for few
came a days '
stay. companies (Tom liquor
to give the credit to another! carrying First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
a7 23rd. Ills many friends were glad to see him, man. 'I'llat the gentlemen. In question Into "dry" countries, has already been ,
as. well ran Mm bpalTord, and they hopeto Introduced. In the :Senate Mr. Carter
worked loyally for GllclirUc. can not be by - -- --------- ----- ----- 173uy -- -
see him and his thai mine wife next of Levy. The effect of this will
denied and the "' may bo said, of measure
BREVARD; COUNTY COMMIS oume/
i winter. We hope' Chicago and New Jersey many devoted! adherent, of the gentleman be simply to transfer the wholesale Your . .
; SIONERS. will continue to send us such desirable from De.Soto Hut the credit of liquor' business of Florida to Georgia/ and

people. managing this little spmikarslilp campaign Alabama; from such commercial centresas FINE DIAMONDS AND ,WATCHES

:Mr. find Mrs. -A. If.: Had field, of from start to finish belongs where Jacksonville\ 1'nnsaoola and Tampa to
I the'rho meeting was! called\ < Chairman. Present W.
Walker : It. their cottage. to be finished on their return of the famous bald eagle of VolusU, quite a..* much liquor, as ever and has always had the reputation for LOW PRICESr"on
let
District; J. It. allot, would be sent Into the "1I.. counrles of
Granvllle )
fall. Otto Itedlltch Patterson
next nnd Ileuly.
1' ,
d 2nd District{ ; ]H. A. Conkllng, J'r: d 1>Utrlotj the State.. Xo 1 could the finest goods Imported and Manufactured.
his mother, Mrs Hall, also of Chicago/ There was one thing: In all thin that I good possibly result -
; J. O. JonoH, Jtli District and J.
; have gone, having contracted with Hub thought: especially noticeable, and thin from Its operation. People would
K. Dell L
5th District
A. A.
clerk J. I*. Brown sheriff.; Stewart, WlIllamll to build a.. winter residence on was the absence, not only of personal drink quite as much as ever; tho "dry" ZZess c& Slager
Tho; clerk Uedllrch's.. lot, adjoining Mr. Hadfield's. fooling, but of the old-time factional, counties would\ be quite tin "wet" as ,
was busy with circuit
The above are all charming pen- spirit. It would not be true to say that ever. The only difference would be the
' court and not ready for the lionrd, so T.lelIn,1 we wish Chicago would Mend factional llr.ea were not drawn at all, in difference between striking a blow at theprincipal DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY
they adjourned until April1th JlIIII;. 11 andl3\aIGSt.
Minutes of last us more of the same kind. They return either the contest over the speakership, elites' of our own State for the j. & s. w ODl, A. C. L. WATCH 1NSPECTOK.aao .

approved. meeting wore read and home pleased' with our climate and the or that over the presidency: of rite Senate:' ; sake of helping,the cities of some other ; W. Bay st. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

Letter of J. C. Dodge l IA leferreil to people of Indian River, and Improved In but U would certainly be true to Ray that State. All of which would 1 1 doubtless
strike tho mind rather ---
health.BLACKMORE "temperate" as ------- ---------- --- ----- ----- ------- -------- -
they wereibv no means drawn with aov-
commissioner of tho 3d t district for "
ao- --- -- --- thing like tho old-time severity. Men tall "Intemperate logic ....3 8: t- BhwE3:: -IlfS3a: _t3 {3 wafI 63 wf ""
uoo.On shndes of be found The proposition to tax the franchise '
SANDERS CO. opinion were to
motion the ,
treasurer Is Instructed r
of all .
foreign corporations now doing
In the
to purchase. .a clock for the court room. Trammel ranks, and such men as SE1EJS:: :: : :WOn. SPrt.'XN'GI -. :
business In
p'loikla, has been made be.
The treasurer's Ou Tuesday, :\11'. and Mrs.1 T. lilaclr- young Judge. Bryan, of* Jacksonville,
anti checked up and report the paid was warrants received more and their daughter, / Miss GeraldlneItlackmore labored zealously for' General Gllchrlst; fore, but not In .pitch a way as to command I I
of Baltimore Md.; Miss A. while Hryan's former political friend J. public\ attention. This measure I III
turned over him with his .
were destroyed by,( by MOBUTU.. Jllot report and C. Burton, of Jacksonville Ala. ; and 1';'. C. Stockton, sounded the faint and based upon thc idea that the franchise TurnIps-and flute liagas.

Walker. The treasurer had his usual the Messrs. Cutter lirothors, of OscaxhV far-off bugle note for Senator I'lrrong.: granted corporation Is the most valu Onion Sets Bermuda and rear) L

certlllcntos of deposit\ attached to hli \ Is., arrived at the bonibler. Cottage: Former Governor Jennings was also to able portion of the Outfit, since It covers i 'I Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Hoans.
Tiliisvllle. Ou Wednesday evening they be found In tho front ranks' of the Gll- not unly tho power to exist and operate, r- :
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report.On engaged the Opera house and MrItlackmoro christ forces, throwing his weight and but to exercise the "right of eminent Seed Potatoes-for fall, N>>. 4 Rose and Triumph.
motion
tho bill of Dr. C. 1*. (
Platte Is rejected, as the cutting( of Joe gave .a very entertaining free personal popularity Into the scale. domain. These foreign corporationspay A Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc. .
lecture and which Had either \Vatson been taxes to the State on their machineryand
concert much or Plrrong
Robinson occurred was appreciated
Fierce lu tho town of Fort by the large number of well-advised, they would have retired material, and why not, say the advocates I
puo of the proposed bill, the I I :J:... O.11M B.ON" Soodszn.an.:
On motion, D. L. Oauldco I III i pie present. Last evening they gave a from tho race long before they did, or If upon "
Kn., and the former hail had. franchise granted, them by the people ? East St. Fla.
retained as attorney for the lioaid paid concert, the attendance wag capable a manageras \ 114 Bay Jacksonville
at
*IH( ) per annum to he paid good. 1'rof. Ted Illaokmore Is quitean be deserved, the result might possibly Whatever may be the fate of this
monthly.
adopt with tho violin and he have been other than it wait measure It will certainly be pushed for
On motion, tho petition of M. S. Same can alt It U worth, and Its through _)--____ a a ;>
Imitate birds. who knows Albert Jllchrls progress
Nobody
et al. Is referred to the commissioner of pig, dogs, cats, 11I1111.8. or .
the 2il district nearly anything else. to perfection. The will fur u moment doubt that the Interest the Legislature will doubtless marked

Letter of (;00. K. I'oppelt. Is referred applause he received wan most enthusiastic. of the House of Representative! by some highly Interesting passages at

to the commissioner of tho 5th Mr Iltackmora Is also a fine art. will be safe In his Imndsv' Nobody who '''mil.
district Ut and mathematician and known anything of his loyalty Dr. 'rill has once more Introduced Ills D. Ch.ris.tio
Report nf Inspector of cattle and beef he showed sincerity Joseph
for district 0 was received and Hied. the audience something they bad nol and high purpose, will fear, lest he fall admirable geological survey bill, which ,
Widows seen before at last. night's entertain into the pltallstlll\t stand In the way of was killed In the House two years ago,
application of Amanda J. I and It Is much to be hoped that this
I'eacouk for ment. The musical 'part of the program the ambitions statesman. The care and
f Constable's a bond pension of, wee 1. approved.E. Kennlnrd I wan of a very superior order last night thought devoted by the new speaker to measure may at last, become law.: The REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS I AGENT
Senator from Putnam Is one of the ,
was and the continuous rounds of applause the selection of his committee. are au
approved.
i accorded tile performers plainly slowed Indication of what may bo expected of heavy weights of this Legislature and .
Public's
Notary hood of
W. II.
Hlenllonvall II. that the-audience thoroughly appreciated him In the future. much effective work: may be expectedfrom 3OS Dyal-Upchurch Bldg.

On motion approved.the their efforts.! Mrs. Blackmore, In the It baa been said by some of those Inspired him, as well as from W. A. Ulount
superintendent of
the
poor farm Is Instructed to J.lmlt11': Masonlo recitation and the Cutter liros. prophet* who hang: about the the accomplished senator from the 2nd Jacksonville. Florida.

I Melvin, of the also received enthusiastic! applause. outer edges of politics, that this Is to be district.
to
Courtonay
On motion poor farm. They give another entertainment to. "the dullest session" on record. I don'tthink Taken altogether, the present Legislature -
the.upervlmrof regUtra- iu the On the there Is t'OlIrea..n ; Is one of which the :State has no
tlon Is Instructed to furuish the morrow evening Opera House. ao. contrary,
assessor I reason to be ashmued, and some strong
for believing that the
Messrs.( Blaokmore and Cutter' Legislative
with went
the a copy of of the registered voter for fishing Wednesday! and returned with session of I'.KJ.l: will go down Into history and enduring work may be expected of you want to buy a business,
purpOHe assessing polls.
A copy of the resolution passed by u big string of fish. 'fo-slay the whole as one of the warmest ever heard of In a It. Lbunviar. IF you want want to a sell a business,
you partner, oryou
the town council of Fort Pierce party left on a fishing trip to the Haul- warm state.
relative
to the White City and Fort over canal, near the bead of Indian River In the first place, the proposition to Strikes Hidden hocks. want tnore capital\ your business In fact
Pierce pub1)I reclaim the Everglades): Is you wane anything In the real estate or business line
sure to
lic consume
road
was received and Mr. Carleton When your ship strikes the bidden Address
considerable time and
requested to move tho obstruction. It may be rocks of Conan mption. Pneumonia
1)I ARRESTED FOR STEALING. that considerable red! fire will be burned JOSEPH D. C'HKISTIE, as above.
On motion, O. Courier in allowed tot yon are lost, if you don't get help from
before
move his north fence 5 feet north Sheriff Jos. T. Drown brought to Tl- over with the It.'Che matter we are through Dr, King's: New Discovery for Con ..

I On motion, the delinquent lax list Is tusvllle a white man named Kd: helms, sumption. J.V.. McKlonon. of 'I'al. ,
ordered published 1 In tho EAST CO.VST of Texas on Friday. He is charged certain temperance to bear movement some rich U reasonably ldegalrlo(1/ Ala., writes "1 bad :Special Agents, C 0 IBettcs Sole Agentslt'YLER'SCANiY.
legislative .
ADVOCATK.On been ill with Pneumonia under the J '
with stealing\ sod killing cows belong. very .
fruit and the school book TAstay.9cbecrerC
motion, Mrs. C. F. Latham question care of two doctors!, but was getting no >ewbrolierpicld*.
Is Ing to Mr Bass, of Osceola
county which baa already been raised: -may Lignoeone.orrtneLiqunu.Cure.. D R U G S 8orclcallo.trnm..n1&
granted a permit to catch better when I began to take !
a se.i cow for Shtfrlll Drown discovered his man at I eventually lead to a battle royal between Jr. King'sNew Van Horn's LlgstareiSmltlisonUn -,
scientific purposes.On Sebastian:: and as his reputation wasnot Discovery. The first dose gave 1'. t\bno"". :Meiticlnm. .
motion Commissioner Jones Is of the beAt, he was Itand-cuffed I the great and good, rival book' concerns.A relief and oqe bottle cured me." Sure Richard Hiulnut. 5.1 and :35 west Bay"Warehouses Trust.81lr
uniform text book bill has already oJ.'Ii':.J-aurgtcalDressingv r Trans.Abhott .
elected a delegate to the Commissioner's brought to Tltusville, anti kept In the been Introduced In the Senate, and the cure for sore throat, bronchitis, coughs r. is..t Co. Antitoxin." i Alkaloidal C
Meeting and Good Ko.id Convention In 'County Jail until Mieriff Walker, of also baa the and colds. Guaranteed at the Red otIrlcb'nr.rteal Stafford Sprlnc" -sur.
louse one on calendar
1 June at Orlando. CrOss Pharmacy Tltusvlllle Fla. Rubber goods. Blue LJrk. wet "
Osceola relieved the price ttprinen
On county county townof Both provide for a "commission," the All SMckrooiu Oomls, :20 to 2>i South LauTa..nnlC& Water.Tutchee. .
motion and 100. Trial bottle IIpllolr'
county tWo:
free.JOB .
convicts Ed. CflrI Urevard of his
I (
presence on Saturday former for a state commission; the latter Trtt_. west Widen" Sunup* W wrtlncklwxl
tain Will la
'oNIIOII. John Little and last Sheriff I Drown doe. not lose many for a series of county commissions. Hnppurtcn. Splints t Ijtbls.
Ben Hick are hired out to Prltchett evil doers when placed on their trail. PRINTING done at this office. Electric Hattorles. Jacksonville Florida.whit.*!HtnM Lithl-
of these little I
Talking! text book com- kJectrio!; II. tau,; r.de. .I: Ttllonl's Ciga":
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;M rs. W. F. Richards' drove to Wllldale, .loteiklrk has been on the sick list .1VJ.A.R.> :: ]BJEitds.
Sunday, to call on her friend, Mrs. 0. E. this _
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S Mrs J. J. White visited Mrs. M. t'. Corner hey and Julia hts., JACK ONVII.J.K. FLA.WHOLESALE .
Services were held at St. Paula church Salmon Friday.
on
i e.\vsv Notes* Contributed: by Otu Regular : Sunday morning usual, Kev. Campbell
i otllclatlng. John A. Irwin lias returned to his GROCERS '.

i Corps of East Coast Cori-enpondents. home in Duxbury, Maas.
Mulberries are plentiful as ever. We

s . were wondering how long! the season A. i 1.. Hatch and wife spent; :Sundaywith :
1NN11.- ...NNN y N S.SS .....-...-....- .......... lasts-it must. be two mouths I J.) Paxton and wife Fruit and Produce Jobbers.

\\'e need rain. have: had two lIght A. I I.. Hatch left lease, Tuesday, for

!Please send all communications Eau Gallie. sliowfin, but \VA need n solid week of Foit hrlstmas, to'vislt his son.

sod Items for publication to "Editor, rain- e elY night! Bud all night long. J. 1. Swlnson and family visited b. S.8ln..u J.llcutIenls for Indian River .t Lltko"orlh Pineu:'pplo Assxociatlon.!

/avocATE. Tltus II1I', Fla." BARIt ('. i1DDGSOV-1'Ilaxi('IAN AND SlK"l Wo need the days to get our wash drj.- at charges:: on &uiul.iy. Send us your fruit and vegetable Our facilities for handling perishables cnnno

oaoN lieu l Oallle, Klnrlilii.t J. H. LeTourneuti and wife, George
C. U Magruder! Is the owner of 11111" bo equaled in this m\I kol.
3 to publish t Burnett and wife and Miss buruett .
were
cannot guarantee hors, much\ to the delight of the family \
:
rtbl\l Summer weather a hap,.'y party' who took a l.innch: ride to
renoh thu office lelo p
do not ; : WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF HAY GRAIN AND FEED.
Sninn hotel was closed. lust weekor Foil I'leico, to do their Easter shupping.A l-.ilinun.l Day and family and Mrs. J ,
I on Tlmrsdajs. K.. l bottler spent Moudly\ at Melbourne:
BOOD the t'u"u.: 1) Merwln came in on Sunday afternoon ISoiu .
scud report a very enjoyable tines. - --
The Child trnln, followed ou Mond.iy by
Melbourne. open shortly wick for bushes Bros FUh Co., will his father, D. 1'. Merwiu and Mr. Wallace. I 1.. W. Unttenllehi wlfollI'omlnont wou Cars, Poir .t::

They, are enjoy lug life, boating and driv wluti lUHldeuls of li.utoii iivenuo kit

I'r 1t.I ...,lie l.ninch. Carlos II, 1 III lor I thuir homo Iu Delaware, O., ou Sa -

moored at :Mi. McNah's wharf' log.Mrs. ufll.I.'. '
for the ADVOCATK W T. Uicbarda entertained the
:j- Subscriptions I H. F. Trent and Mrs Tieat lift for whist club, last. Friday evt'nln1I1r.. J. It. Bower and family have moved
of the East Coast, will b /
I the plak paper Melbourne Pustofflce.trHARO e theli home, at :Norfolk- Va., on 1'lIo..I1IIY Colton, ot South ClI'ollna,11''" one of iota \\ liitu's! cottage No. 'J, fur the sun to the tire insurance policy with it
!
received at the last. the visiting guests. Frank Woodcock deer.'tie'. Uo er is lu the employ of A. source of much satisfaction If you arc

The West End was present and favored the gue..t8' with L. smith a victim of the nivaptxof\ lire.' It proves
Pharmacy: U
w y now
open
I B,nihho anil 'nvevanncor..OaAgent for Etna for business, with J. Klngau Hodgson In several line solos. C. A. Vonlllo and family, who occupied i a friend when you neon one most-In

nVoniool: [ and"i 'c''l Companies.LomUt.aiul. .Olol Speelalatteattut...n.11.l lartfordiii.iir charge. The Ladles Aid have decided to pItt (l', It. MMgrudttr'a losiduuco the pus tlmo of necessity" 'fh.,.',. I I.* nothing ob-

Idu> the/ IntvraHU. ot non,rtmiilents.Dicky Capt. hjmmonds Intends building water I into the parsonage, and with the viloui will reside In n hlio's cottage .1 jiictionnlilo\, about tlio, rending of our
-' aid of Mr. Jones to l.iy the pipe and make" NI I tot about six weoks. lhl'', (
again before
leaving for his northern I Fr is 1"1I'h', oviMylhlng Is clenr and distinct.
Birdie Is telling of more wed home, at Kenoxlin.J. connections, and J. O..ey, who has :S. K. Kby, wife and chlldionvh i'c's s

our Melbourne folks. Who consented to allow the water lo bo taken spi-nt the winter at C, II. MuKitidoi'stiuiied
Jtossnmong wondering "who?" H Adamson, of Youngstown Ohio, from liU tank, they will no doubt ,
come Brat: we left for his Youngstown home, on Thuis succeed. to their homo eetvl'yrune, I'a., WE CAN PROTECTyou
has
Dr.lnrbeK, RW.. Tayntor and 1! day last. Mr. Ailnrosonls \ViiiliiOHiluy. Mr. Kby purchased
Setl k.er have returned expected buck We don't usually cal'o.when. they 'R lot 11'oin It. V. DiHiirl.ts.. and will_n lmlll!
u I '
I : next SIJlISOIl.I -
Cupts!
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from then ,-rulse south, reporting a line I change: the sclx-dute on the F. K.': C. Ky., a niMUuiiuu next \\ IUI'r, /H u you for any amount. and all claims for

I time The J.V.. Uooth a huge schooner but it Is another matter when you arrive It seethe too bad to BOO so many beau- /. 7.J dumn us 1110 pull without h'/1lIll'1ltl'n/: lo-
owned by Childwich BroH., at this point long after the train has with iiiICy .
gone ti t'ul o.iks cut down on the grounds of wlKiiiovnrpronuntod.' Hotter tnluv
Copt R W Iteaujean Melbourne I Is on Ilodgsonii' boi.ijuels to
ways being overhauled give dep.iiliug Viands It '
tile :New
I Beach" III soon begin: to ship his pineapple and p.ilntud. is not a bit funny, as one of our lady. iiiotlio Jtocklcilge most beautiful hotel, ks of our anything unliveUUUH v r.IllLiUlJta''r-I out a policy to-duy. Lot's give you full
north, and will enlarge his I friends piutlcuhiix\ '
rop who '
assures 1111 this
happened to
,
Mr. and h.ivo. It is aiud
this season.Mr Mrs. Thomas of Youngstown, we they c.ititiotoo much
plantation Ohio, left for their northern home, 01 experience hut Tuesday. dampness Iu the hotel.A .

C A. Stephens, of Hastings, was Thursday last. Mis.- Thomas, !>r., wan S. 10'. Webb and Forest Hnmor Ime pleasant :MO: =: tc11N tt, "V'V' .A.LION"

i pleasmt guest at the Brown House forI also of the party finished painting the now stove and the and :Mrs.very M.tlmou's parly ou 'Tuesday giithoied evening at Mr. FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS
,
few days. His Melbourne friends are Episcopal chillch.o'. It.
Kichards I Is
Col.! and 0) and whiled the time
alwaya) glad to sIlO him heie. Ind., and Miss Mis.Laura H. W. Perry Pony, leave Brazil next, painting his. cottage. Had It not been Hinging. Among those pleasantly in thu "lIrty't..o nwuy by. Titusville: : - :I "loricia."C : .

lire John Goode, Mrs. L. C. Moore week for WClltcl'nIorth:- Carolina, ei bur the trof/o more oC us would be palming MinnlaiyPlii\ >nt, .Vllsa", 0. M. 1IIIIhll'| .
and Miss Mary H. Jlodgers cause up route for their northern home. -our houses. need it, but the freeze, Mr. scud Mis.' H. C. Covert and I'.1.;

from KoHoland to spend Sunday with although not as destiuutive nx lU lint luipluy, Jr. Uullcloim lefiuidimeuts I-II 7L-C4"

| tome friends at Hotel Carleton. Admiral Oillls, of :Melbourne Bench, feared, chiingud mauy of our plans. welt suivod.A .

and party were calling upon friends nt J. II. I.oTonrntnui and John Miller A QtiJck curo for Chills and fovor, LnGrlppo and all forms of
lie deorjce/ Patterson left for bis home Eau: Uallie, 111I1'lIolI.1ay last The patty .11011' Hunt end wife, after spending
I In Waukegan, III., on Tuesday, much were iu Admlial's! launch, D.iwu. took small parties to the bench, last n very pleasant whiter Iu Palm cottugu, Malarial DisordersTho\ Quickest Curo Known

I pleased with Melbourne and her people. Sunday afteinoin. It Is one of the happiest lett bur their home, In HillHd.ile: :--I. Y.Air. OS'lf l bottle \ positively stop any Cart/ of (:Chill, mid I.'ovel', and then If taken
We will be glad: to welcome) him (K F. 1'addlson will\ make further I mpiovements ways to puss'" Sunday afternoon, Jluut it of .
[ was ulilicied with asthma, and for It Cow days us n lonlo wHI )prevent loturn fcvt>r :No otlior liver tuodlclno
I back agiiin next winter. to the river front of his Eau sitting on tho s.tud watching tho ocean, came liuiu to try the Indian River ellinatu. or oiitlKiitleH: need b.. taken as. "I'M.Co" acts on the liver, mid Itdoim not gripe or

Geo. aud'J. Gallie bome.Ir.. 1'addlson was re- or strolling along' the bench. Theru U proved butler dune he IlnUdJ. make you nick, ut the stouiHcli. Yon don't ha\u tn wait until! rover cools before
( D. McLean
Mesiirs.
The elected of the tho last wore tons of shell but few
I Frank Wood and Captain :bam Marlin election.mayor town at ones. \ery pretty paled, and after the first week ho did Hiving "Chil,oo," coiiHrquontly<< no lime Is lout, and the cum Is L't\'oclellmol'u .plwel-

I are cnjnylng their cruise south, and not have nny asthinatlo feelings, nnd llv than'any other medicine. Two t.oouful of "Clull lu"; taken every :'J.I liourtv." .

their Jluluouino filends are enjoying Mrs. A. Tioutler. of Hyde Park, Eau Miss| Killer, of Fill Pierce, was the goes home welgulnjr/ about HI hl tin. mote until bedtime will positively auto Ladilppo( and Had Culls| | felon, 'Jiiets.follow ; .

I the lino Huh they are sending up by ex Gallie, lias just put tho grounds about guest of Mrs F. 11. Kichatds, last I&: atllr- than when he canto motions closely and! lemiluvlll l bUILt out what Is claluittd for Itlf -

| press. her residence In line order for the scm lny. On Sunday:: a party of ton poisons Mr. and Mrs. .inlel P. Holmes who : -Ask your Druggist to p..I'r". few buttlos througU Jacksonville Jubbeis
mer. Hobt. Meusel has charge of this with a big double rig, drove down from 'It will sell, hmmiiso It cures.,
The Melbourne banking business, sc beautiful home. Fort Pierce, Miss Killer joined<<1 them and spun a delightful winter haw, letiimoil
I ably managed/ by Mr. E P. Branch for they continued their trip Wavclaud to their homo In Norwich, X.: V., ou
Dr. C. C. Booth Is having a largo boat. ThiiiHilay.. Fled Duck and his Hiittei
I \the last few years has been transferred returning to Fort Pierce after I Ueorglana. Indianola.A.
stopping
I lathe fee & Stewart building. Mr. C. house erected In tied harbor, for the use here again for an hours rest 'Ihey re dries :Nettle- Duck, who have been I heir .

I H. Stewart will now continue to give of his fast launch, The building Is on port a hot, dusty tide. companions dining tho winter, left tho '

Ibli special attention to tblsI the grounds of our enterprising towns- - - -----.- same day' for Aston, N Y. They 1 seta II W. II. Ilull cello, of Miami, Is ,111111111 Illlilroth and alder l MrJ. )llooper, '

part of the business, it having been man, G. B'. Paddison. La gllppa coughs; yield quickly to the valuable addition to the :South ICock- Mr 1\11111111'11 O. N. 1'ng" this week cinch err il.iu ( till', Mrs. Mo.Vull, left on
I purchased by Messrs. Fee & Stewart.Mr. Services on Sunday next morning and ledge coniinuuity. They will keep posted 'l'I1.I"y for their home In Coluiiibus O.
wonderful curative! of ,
qualities FoleY'11Ione111nd upon the happenings in this auction Mrll.1", O. Carter and Mm.. Kale Carter -
W T. Wells informs us that 1ls; evening, In St. John's Episcopal church, Tar. There Is nothing vise tluoiigli the AnvooAnc columns. were culling\ on lit! rot. Hughes steel Roy W i Ir.. Hull, i.f Korkledgo, wa.-
I tie pineapple plantation sultered but Young btreet. Tho lessons will be read "just as good." Sold by Red Cross pharmacy Mrs. Itniner Saturdiiy afteiuooii.. kind enougli lo roino over on Hundaynfierniion
I little from tho cold by the Rev Millidge Walker, of Mel- 'Jliusville
rut winter, and i It Startling Mortality, end gave us '1\ fine sermon,
bourne. Seats free. All Miss Mary ll.iinlln WAN visiting .Me i
I ate cordially
promises a fine crop of fruit and thrifty --- ---- which wo IIPPI'IICI"h,1'el'1 much
I plant this season, thus proving that tin Invited. (special music by the choir. Stansticesleow. how startling moital damns Bower' Hughes and I'uifn:; on

818t side of Indian River at East Mel Mr. and Mrs. Kuddiman have hauled Melbourne Beach.Mrs. Ity, (tone fPl,enelieitis. To prevent 111\11 Saturday and :.Sunday. Situ rt-lii'nod' to Ono of I the ptotllest social! functions of

I bourne nnd Melbourne Beach, are splen out their houseboat In Eau iallie and cello these awful discuses, these I III Just Cocoa; Mond.iy' Moinlng. the mitiHoii wets given: lust Saturday ovonIng -
IdU one ,reliable Dr. New on Slice top of Mr. Handcrson'n. boathouse .-
locations far remedy, Klnl'l1
growing pineapples. housed it for the summer This vessel Mrs.Clmnl'nt! Mrs.' Kind I'lom-:
I !Sir. Wells bad H. O. Snodeker Is spending/ a few LICit fills. M. Flanueiy, of I I CustomHouse In honor of airs Nanderson. and
no sheds or cover over is for lilLie, and is one of the most com- ent and. Mrs. ICntn Carter wore nulling
| hil field) fortable and best appointed house-boats weeks at the lieuch, visiting l / friends.Mis. Place, Chicago/ says: "Tboy on MflsdamiisVlillo, Hall and<
I E. (!. Wade of Jefferson Ohio have no equal, for Constipation !aced good dunes that these lowly bullets<< gave
The on the East Coast of our !State. } Tuesday afternoon of last week
Melbourne Tennis Club met for Is a !late arrival: at the Whiting cottage liilioiisness. :2!.;a at tho Ked Cross lo the fuiirU'un or morn young people utOcuunus
I tbe closing /game of the season last: A jolly party went to the ocean beach, Pharmacy, Tltusvllle Fla. Mr. U. II, Ilniclillel lutnined front lli'iii-h.: Thu !rU"llIof honor y

I Tuesday A large/ number of Invited on Sunday List, In the sharpie Lizzie, J. Mrs. E. J. Lee, of New York, who has ---.---- its trip to Palm Ilencli and Miami I 011'l'ue..IIIYIf were II. II. Snndnnoii scud Sirs Tucker

I pests were present to witness the in Klng.in Hodgson at the helm. Among! been upending the winter at Daytona, Is l 1.llIt week. He spent. the remainder The hoHUmM'H on this occasion, wore Mist"

I interest llnjt! /game played by the Mesdames those on board were, Mr. and Mrs. visiting Allan Cnmlngs White City. of lice' week visiting, relative Tucker and Miss. Whiting, mid they left ,

F C. Irwin, C. 11. Stewart, O. S. Christian, Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson. Miss Mrs. Mary Hutchlrm and HUllltel and l friends horn and l left Monday tier nothing' iindono that would add to thwplensuio "

I Mldavanil Soedeker and J. M l, Ferguson; the Misses Perry, Miss A. F. Hodgson/: and Messrs. of Chutl. Ton II., who have been son,upending, If( von fall to attend tho Library on Jacksonville. llo'U nil Important witless / lit tlio evening. The long tables -

Taylor, Messrs Fred Irwin, Cliny Chadwick, Gilbert, Clyde and Joth In a rimu. Involving some valuable set for IN, luukcd very Inviting
I Don I II short Unlit ut Myrtle cottage have Aunl l ;! you will miss a rich trout
Beanjean and Bert Taylor. Dainty blmpson. stalled for their home and occur Palm Iliiiich. After tie,, ciises made more mi by tho very mllntlo niunu
I refreshments were served by the ladles .Mi.. and Mrs. Olesen were guestthoiMr decided, ho goes on to his home near card, painted by Miss llessioHiindctrson

I ands most enjoyable afternoon was One of I the most enjoyable dances of I Mr. and Mrs. Mcrwin[ started North: ou ; and :Mrs. Jensen a few days ago/ Anthony, Kansas, Mr J.V, Itrnnc ouch ono reIJl'u.UlltllItlOIJ1" siieno on the

'pent! the season took place ..n Friday evening Sal n i(I.ty. We nil enjoyed thrlr short and daughter, Miss Winnie, nocompa bench and no true to Ufa that they on used
Tho AovooATK III still largely
last, at McMillan's hall, under the the lle.ieli. and have newsy IIVlllo. much 1 ,
A quiet little stay at hope to licit him as far us Tit u IniiKlitvr
wedding occurred! here read throughout tea pineapple section.Mr. .
the auspices of the gentlemen and lady them' with us again next winter, and The many lends.. of M Ir. J.'. C. Allen After supper, came tho toasts, Krunk! ;
J'ely contracting parties being bachelors of Eau; Gallie. Cards, dancing that will and lace. and I Mrs Hell of Mr. will bo
. IIr.mllh! ;Mct'-uland of Ohio and they coma early stay were guests formerly of this placo, very sorry Byron being toiiNtmaster All wer
ManhaSkilli Miss and a most delicious supper were and Mrs.' Campbell on Sunday/ Ilttllmu,,". to loin Hint lees, Is very low with n com" blight and witty ; atilt, would space permit -
I !J g, a prftty young lady tendered the guests Melboiune! was Mr. and Mrs.. 1'eiry have: left us again
I from Mention of dlnenoes at his homo In wn would only be too glad to repeat
Pennsylvania, who has spent the represented by the guest of the evening, for their northern. home. No eau is whey Is them HH much talk about Inipioving -
put few loodall. Mrs Dull Munson went tiu them" In flea AovnoAri: After tho toasts
l months at Hotel Bellevue, Kev. l\lIsw'lS. Carter. more welcome at the Beach than these the Midway Let something bu
I.D.Paln! hero Tuesday lust week and returned wuie given, all Joined In ulnglng or-
performing the kindly helpful people nor done. It Is needed
service. The more re. ;
I people have the best An excurrion to Lake Washington/ is gietted and missed. wheu they leave. We Saturday brlnJlI leg the threes youngoshlldron Iglniil somr, written by Minn Clara V.
I cot their many friends and we extend wish- being planned for Saturday next, by the i.iruestly hope they will be with us again ]\Ui ", Oudefnen! entertained' 11 number home<< with her ; lIther, Uoro Whiting, "'lo' Camp Aiexoa :"
"' people to which some of the elders of guests' last week, In honor of hertlithday thy andMlllam..
I tk i1rim welcome to them and hope that young another*season. ( 1OCA.MI': AlthXKA.'I : .
WHfo may be of are Invited. A jolly time Is expected anniversary' -

"> ulla. They|, intend one to continual make Mel-hap- and the party will have lines, nets, etc., Mr. Beanjean had his !liiuicli. Jessie Mrs I JorncnHou was pleasantly surilni I.V MKMOItlAM.At : 'linr*In U our camp.,yi.)i. atCunnii It In a peach' Knnih.Ami !,
barte rind to do some Hulling In the B, and sailboat, Ida May, Balled I by )Done ''
their future home. Mr. and expect |) >il on Sunday: afternoon by a few Wliiit' fun wo hued' wlthimt elmril to lII..r.
urn. JlcKailand will be at home to lake. A couple of tents will be among ieaujean, both In demand to being big filei.d I" dropping In, In honor of her fades I",'roin the nut K"l'li"i Iho niiullt gleaming want,: III dear. old< camp| Araaea.

their friends 'III the AlcFarland cot. the baggage In case of rain during tbe party from Melbourne, Tuesday Many birthday. AI Icicles, the lll'HMlllKlll Ktr..UllllnCOn (MKIIIl.XIAillnnl e

| kgsafterJuue 1st. trip. of tlrvm! were winter visitors, who came : finny a : 'column.') ( aillmlt t dear liable aillxu, adieu, adieu. \
over to have one more lolly time on the Some Improvements hare been made Al fudge HIM riMlutA W* can nn longer may with you,
W. H. Munn, of Holyoke, M.iss., who each before leaving! for the North, mall on Oleander avenue, which greatly In. !"""""'. ifluilnif hunt, ,I lint with iiiyful: : hHnrtM, wn'lf! lye a land hurrah' ,
tbe old times held the record for quail An racers the loav. n( Autumn lima' ehimm for Are.*...
.n tunip
lioSrt' where we are afraid they mot with linpriiv the appearance of things In ere: coins tics RII..W sled. ulitnt
Fallesouth! Mamhy and Mai or, of Niagara bagged during the season, had charge; ofa rather a "cool reception." that IIcllh borhooel. The fan! we good then Guard was cli ap,
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Ontario| Canada returned Lake BorHil H ties lilooniliiu nmlilnnMlil week
pleasant trip to Washington .s..nty.flvlt 'It oust a ,
Iaa very
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I t week fronl ft month's cruise down last week and entertained tho whole Captain Had win took Mr. and Mrs.Clyait joy, sad l love, sect l ilr.uin "u"I' .<'e Yeah Hull pnrrlwlnklu broth !
.
'th" rIver Cure makes the MC) faclse lies.111"11 mxlrme F.,suite day w* know. wore uumlnw forth. j
anti Foley's Kidney
to kidneys and several others of thin
> the keys. They were party with stories along/ the road of jiliue( "h..h..e"l" linl'|>/liil streams I i I
rnpanl.1' by Capt. S. N. Martin, who where this and that covey were'ound and bladder right. Contains nothing and Mr. Fee of Fort Pierce, down the 80 tactics. t"IIIIIY of liiiinnlirii 'lice hoy* Irlawere. full nf fie,
wits
aoteI 1 them covey Mr.Unnn njuiloiiH. Hold at the Ked Cross PharmacT. .St. I.ucle liver to Hpruco Bin If last In manli'MM,)'* rlponliiic filly, And ninny (',oj) thliitf. were ("me.
comfortably and in : ,
snugly and the number bagged. ,
k11 saii'. TUusvllle. Fla.Lotus.. Brt fade our earthly. tnmiurgitAll The hays |plciyell Jokes that all reel tliriiifli, .
III Motor boat Allegro. Among looks back'with. A "7r' ''tLt deal Of Sunday. tale sued pan ...way.I lln, Hit, and that, war funny loo.rnr .

fin 1pyerItingencounters with big fish, pleasure; to the good times 1 he; has had 1 In W.. aie sorry that O('(). Beck Is talkingof : / (Ion from the Ixuno and.' hea.th.t""o. all good tliiiu that happened there.In .

hutmobete eto, was tbe capture of a seven tbls place, he having been a winter resident ,' nulling his dug If he does, we may I liana( rr net mir mortal! ken., wlilitli' wivalwayit bad a .h"'It, & .
fish at Jupiter. Jilt for the past fifteen years. not bo able to get any venison next win (Jon from tlm iiiroiulliiic., riMif tree, f> Ith irratoruj. tmart, ...n.llo.lnlton./: .., '
1lambyhooked Rand (long friHii thn, haunt of neont W* thank, w* tluiuK,the ohywr.nse.
for worked heroically ter. We want Mr. Heck change his ilntth'i dark revs,, 'I;
("II K Mr. and Mrs. Kuddiman were the re- (lone aver -- ---I--- 1
l toesa, oun to land It. The Pe r Prl| Beans n re moving freely and t he pi ices mind si> we could borrow the dog.A (tone to the OnlilHii{ Gate
| down his cipients of a surprise party, on Monday UoiKtlotliDftnitHllit wnlnoinu. ,
110 flied face from the exerlatk Rave gone all to pieces ------- Tlio CoIOII'I'Vnftrluo., ..
their blest
night h.t. on the eve of departure Jons to their wtiiM
fish. It also
gown i management to steer the boat for the North. The guests of the eve Aubrey Chalker! Las been on tree sick (-"f"reCold for 'rhree"mlUIII. I.l.tl The Fathers rol.(... I. apIIIng I Colonel John M. Fuller of Honey
ID4 PP it out of the ning were presented with a choice assortment list for a few day, but Is better at thin Junk twyiind. the iiw..llliiff "'HJlI. flrovp Texan, nearly met Mi 'Waterloo
of the charg- The letter from J. Nus-
way following A.
In Eau writing To the realm of 6uteix.t> Iwuuty, .
see of souvenirs of their stay from Liver and 1 trouble. In ,
Kidney<< a
ataelrapltl lllch dashell basin,, of llatrsvllle Ind., tells Its own Tu the I'iariwllMi' nC lluil.
| rate thehboat Gallie. The eveningS pleasantly Kev. Mr. Meyer held services here recent letter, he Mays: "I was neatly t
charging 1
th suffered for three monthswith +
lost"a 1Ope n mouth and sword t In air. The spent in cards and dancing, !and about Sunday! morning and evening. to large story a severe cold. A druggist prepared Hark""a t till The, wort iniiula veer of the the annul.h.'.....t! dead, of these complaints, and, although, '

"ee ed out of the fl b'8 10S50 o'clock refreshments were served congregations.Orange medicine slaabie jilin ties n..t..r1 tried my family doctor, he did ma no I J.J.I J
some and physician:
,. way mo a Ur..lw.
l*- :le' wine direction It tank to help In the dining room of the close Inn, and about a growers are spraying already. prescribed for me, yet I did not Improve.I "Uu "I( to due no 11I0...." /good ; sr> I got a Wo/ bottle of your great .
er brought to a : Klectrlo Hitter which cured I <
Tb jolly evening They expect to have fancy fruit another then tried Foley's Honey' and Tar, and A. VOICK, me. ( >

xtl jKntIeraen:home bad a Melbourne and midnight.; year, of which there! Is large quantity In eight dose cured me." Refuse substitutes. !- Lif'. sorrows all seeded. In joy earth consider and them thank the Uod best who medicine the on '. f'

Dorth leaving for this section. Mold: at the lied Cross Pharmacy, /t.. gr\tt\ uliall! return nets more, gave" you I
on the :Jth Inat. Tltunviile Via.TITUSVILLE'3. My .bapilnmi known alloy knowledge to make them. :Sold: and I
Dangers of I'lienmoiila. Miss Elms Geiger In enjoying a visitto A. I nand ..n tlii gloprnej, shore; guaranteed to euro, I>yspep.la, Illllous- I
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her parents for a few days, having And vlw th. .hlnliiK ll.., pees and Kldnoy IXseuse. Soldbylted 1 ;
">i-rediii0 A cold at this time It neglected' Is Th* /I''lty' / ale I
Urutnllty. which is 10 come up from Eldred, where she closed ,TRAINS And hear thep erling.ntherne. Cross I'hannacy,1itus.lllo, Kla.
f Would' have' been Incredible liable to cause pneumonia( her school on account of whooping/ Anil see tree frmmln that wait.I -- -.-.-- I f
brutality and when the patient .
fatal '
often even The following are the times of arrival
T-otft the lungs ate weakened, cough.; now know that the hl"HHl can attane.ynr'mld .
tail o0doseetherbeethercould, for has recovered and departure of passenger trains to and rapuemeu.ngeild l airlalm, .T. L.. MOJ5LEY
i nffo" susceptible to kert and Miss IJfcilce | ,
I1" ,, making them peculiarly Mrs. E who have from lltusvlll! ; Tit*Judge' from hid. Mat uu the Throne,
I tel Warl: ern "Mjr boy" b* says, the development of consumption. Fol- spent a month very pleasantly with Mr. Now tenderly. titter my nil rue I T1TU3VILLE KLA.
'P ed ; gash over bill eye; 10 I ey'A Honey and Tar will stop tbe cough, and Mrs. Bis bee, left Wednesday for OOTBSOtTBD.Le I rots now tli. (., rt..l.
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I .*) ) 'I and r .Tltn.Tlll.for MI ml and I In:9npat And Inset: the duly Tlironu Contracts all kiwis of 1'nlntlng Katomlnlng '
1111.klJ: bI" d'D which haal and strengthen the long prevents Jacksonville, wbere they will sill, OP the I Chen tier lianfl of lovail orii*., -
"II savedvhf. natermedlate! poInts at j >Itau> pee
e
; it and .' sale .t the JCed Staining, Finishing and Paper
;wd t'- eye. pneumonia. For Clyde Line steamer, Apache for their A nil Join the heavenly HOOK
bona and ulcers too. Only ,Cross Pharmacy, TUusvllle, rla. New York home. They made many OBTHKOCTitO. JAA. JI. WHITK. Hanging, at the most reasonable rloconel"tent *

Gupta; lleel Cross Pharmacy, Titus- -- friends while bore, and It la hoped they' L..v.Tltusvnle for JaknD" vlll. I 1:11lI a m ToBurrisiI'liciiniuiilu H.&IfWI'. Oear Iasi,. r0.! with good( workmanship i i
will return next winter for a longer star. aDd iDtonnwIImM point at ( 1 13 p in.Ki .
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tar The Old JJlacksiiiith Shop. 'Titnnlli.for B Dfor "'IE Arrive*Tltiuvlll. from Sanford 1'/ ropmDraying. "ulltH""a Cold
-lieD OLD STYLE BLOCKS- Haw or Inflamed r.unff. but follows of rfi
Biack.mithlog and Wagon never the use Foley'shoney Solicited
an kinds of
iOITa"ie: buy the belt Self-Lock, All shrunk without cutting- Yield qnlckty to the wonderful curative and Tar. It stops the cough
Block Work; tires anti Let me know what want and !get my
you
at and healing boats and the lungs
Prtc.. nearly tbe same wonderful device, quicker cheaper and ; qualities of Kolov's strengthens ;
estimate it. attention
Kew on Prompt
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and Navy Do not be led astray. Come consumption from a hard cold attended to. Meets all trains. Stove of pneumonia. Refuse substitutes. ...
I 1 7 DeP'rtmenf. I old settled on the longs. Sold by Ked Cross wood for sale at all times Mold at" the Ked Cross Pharmacy Tl

Aovlll"m! office.at Prltchard Tltu Tllle.A Son., or I to the J.lboI'V. E.1fflof. TltulTllht, 'Ia. Pharmacy Tltotvllle. F.. Il.. HoLTE.f. Tltuivllla. tusvllle, Fla. Do you subscribe for the AuvocAjie l'NAST +tP

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LAYERING THE VINE. ; .. ,'

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One nt the Kn.lrntnr. of MaHlpIj- 4Yi I t

Ins None nt the Woody Vlmtttm. : ; :

There In. hardly nn.\. .lIe WhORe( borne wr J ,
t W
{ domain la go small] lint lie may not at .

l. leant lilt under his. own vine, not to -/j / ;

.r.l" mention the Iff tri--. which U by no ., I ... !\
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. means nu iinpoMHihihty' even at the ,
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't;/ ..........* **"- ,. ., north. The slmplcHt. wny to Install n .I .
> Cysah
;S; ( vine or n few vines ot the grape Is to .
GOOD POTATOES / a
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) get them from a 1&,1,1 bent I nursery- -f
RHINO: FANCY PRICES '
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niuu. But /IllY that you have an accoruOF .
To row'a large crop of! Jjnnd.: poutoci, tl)> r
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soil muni contain plenty, it i..r7 . lumlm, loltur .Ii .
-1'on..III.n.ollln'l, '\ l.1.. t< mum, '.... qututi- t -- ,
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Lan ofYotanh1mmilia toil hupVlYPotash, r \ ....*11'.o. I
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1 llhvmlly br the tine tif trrtlllsen containing tt3t+' .. jl .
nnfiu than 10' per cent. ctual Polavh. ... I. '" t
letter seal moro prutitabl, yittUl ara tur. wlollnw. J' .
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i 1 ptmiphlftN, .nt not *dv ni.lnr) clrcolnribnnminir
pm,uil 'lnihterl, but Lonutit. vain*
; ahle inlurmniKJn" Unnera.. bent Ire for Uieasking.
I Wnto now fili m
GERMAN KALI WORKS ,.. ., ,
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New York-93 N...... Street or
Atlanta, 0.boulh Broad St. LATJtn OIMI-KV1NE FIIOM J.FW OBOWTmodutlng

r Wy 1 l lI neighbor'. with good, fruit or Tri-Weekly Sailings . WATCH THIS SPACE !

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I G -- - -- --- -- -- -- -- Hint J'oti nlrendy have nice vine yourself ,
and want to propagate It, (there ar '

MARKET CLASSES.. OF HOGS. few thing' easier Lujprliijj, IK. one or j BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK .

the slmplcHt of horticultural opera. .
The heron Type *>l lloir llrcelvlnuirt at Charleston C. both )
tloim Its.. story la told so plainly by Calling ways
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( itler Attention In Thl Country.In .
i selling bogs to the Im-nl buyer or the accompanying! little sketch that eipliinutlon The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service
lit'ulmOl E. C.
shipper tho fnnniT In. very often nt n should lx dose In early The New F. R'y ap
decided dlsndvuntitK because ho can. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines.
of the '
spring. A c-nne or shoot provlou
not Interpret market reports to the full Direct berrlce Between "
of wood U stretcheralong
growth week
year's iii next
i extent of their ineiinlnit iiiul, therefore the ground and burled throughout Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. hear this space

Itbl"r .(loon not K't' that Ids kings ore Its entire length In a hallow ,

L ;worth or loses u mile by asking too trench or It may be cohered In rertalipluvfM (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) .

much for them. I I louvlng tho remaining portloiexpoxed. ... ... SEMIWEEKLY SAILINGS. ... ..from Lewis Wharf Bcmto ";0; A .. .. "' ., ,
PI JVn Attempt IIIIM been made by the KooU. will be put forth at In Northbound .... ..... .. .... . ...............from foot of Catherine Street, JaeksonylllClyde .
TlllnolH xtntlon to explain -
experiment'
Late
tenalM and branolu-H thrown up. .
Ihow swine me t'litHxIlleil and graded the vine may be cut between these. St. Johns River Line. .' '.

brnnclies, lending a number of Independent : -
(Denary Line.)
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ti 19 plants. BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. .
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8tol'plol.t Pulatka.Astor St. rranola, lloreaford (DeLand), and intermedlaM landing I
linn Stood the TeNt 25 Y.. rlt. !on the at.John'Hirer.CoinincnolDB ,
'} l TiMtuIay. November 18, 11XM.3TEAMERS"CITYOFJAOlCSONVlLLi"aml"FKEDICI. '
The old original OHOVB'S: '1'"leI8ll8 i > .'. . .
Chill Tonlo. You know what antaking. I i
you
li flaturduys. at 3:30 p. m. '
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LeaveJaokeonvilledaily.except
It In Iron and quinine In a tasteless Are appointed, Returning to Mil. aa followi, lea,. Sanford, uaily,except Suuilayn, ac tf:kM)a. m. .- . .' ,.'
form. No no uOots.: at the "
cure pay .HouudRears : :-, ,
Red Croiis Pharmacy, Tltusvllle, Fin." 8outh-Hollnd SCHEDUI Read up.Lotay. .,. ". .' ':,, ,
I clown. .
U -.- -- m. ...... .... .. ..........JlOCkMnnylll. ........................ .err- e 100.-m: : . .
Jolt 1'rlntliig1. Leave 33111". m. .............. . ..... .. ...PI&I..tka.. ......... ...... ........ Leave 1ro p. mreeve . .
? I 1431"3 ''MI.. m. ....... .... ... .. . ...... Aetor .,... ...... ............ Leave. 9 iC p. HILeave .... J<. .
........... .........8e. Francis.. .,.....Leave :lllOp.m ; { ,
Do not forget the fact that at the AD .30&.11I.. .. .. ....... .. .I er".IU..I..n.l.. ( ) .... .. .. ............Le&.. 10001..m. .
i VOOATB olllce Tltusvlllo we do Job Leay.trrlve 1311... m.... .. ........ .... ...... . .. ......... ..........Leave Q 30.. m. '
1'' 1Ji 1Jii f printing of all kinds, neatly cheaply unc Arrive 10:00: tn ... ...... ... ... ..............Sanford ............... ............ 10 00 a. inen'I ,. .

I I expeditiously Letterheads, NotelieadsUlllheads ; Passenger and Ticket. Office. 1 22 W. Bay St;, Jacksonville, '. ., ..
Envelopes, Tags and all other .. ." ,
I tlndu. r. M. IRONMONGER,.".., Aunt. Jen.Pan*. Apt. 1M Went. Bay se..Jack, nnvllle.\ Fla. 'r :. .,'f'" { .' iF,.
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IT. O.COOI'KR Jr., Local Frt.Aict. Jaoktonvllle. O P. LDVKLL, Superintendent Jacksonville '
KENTUCKY. toot Hogan Bt.Jacksonville Fla. ,
i WHEAT IN A. O. HAOKHTV, Oen'l Kant'n. Fwt.Ag,. New York CLYDE MILN'R, flen. Frt. Act., New York
VTM. f* CLYDE. C:<)..(>..iiaral Agents.
: neneral1\18""l/er.;
CHOICE BACON XNOLI8II.on THKO. KOKK! ,
it Lard AVhat Kruin Other n.I'on. ClietebrouKQ: KulldiiiK. 19 State St., Opposite Battery Park. Mew York. .

i the Chicago and other market. Grutr loflvr. C. WALTON.. sent, Tltusvllle, Fla.Atlantic .

This attempt bus been made with a By Memirs. HAIU'Kn and PETERS. -- .- .-.- --- -
: + .view to benefiting the average farmer In a Merles of experiments conducted

r !Who seldom visits the market. It U .it the Kentucky experiment station

j submitted under the title of "Market during n long term of jeum with many Coast Line R'y. -. - ---
Classes: and Oracles of Swine" by William JllTereiit varieties. of wheat we have

Dietrich and I III on linen similar noticed that when aced" wheat brought.

ito the well known classification of from other ports of the country H. Southern. Railway
The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion tickets
cattle by rrofcHHor. MumforJ. grown In Kentucky the grain rrixluoeufontulnn
!In discussing bacon hogs Mr. Diet. a larger pioportlou or mealy on sale TuomlayB and Thursday In November

rich says that the representative. English looking or starchy kernels than the

bacon hog belongs primarily to rlglunl Heed, and, this change seems togo TO TIIK EAST.ver < I .

Orent llrltaln Denmark and Cannda.In on from year to year to Homo extent.In ) Its own falls to Savannah, Charleston Richmond Railroad. and Washington, thencevia Three Trains Daily Two Trains Daily

+ ' recent yearn UiU bolt has been Introduced other words, hard\ wheats from elsewhere the Pennsylvania

Into the united States and U tend I to get softer by being '-' -- -TO-

rapidly establishing, for Itself a market grown In our (climate a fact generally TO TilE WKST.
The Mobile\ & Ohio R. R. Cincinnati and Chicago"Southern'
via York
Nashville New
The Louisville A Montgomery. and
: Washington
cia 1111. Many hogs are sold, on the Chicago accepted by our furmors. But In theizperlments

and other markets of the United at this utatlon extending
TO Till EAST VIA STI3AMSHIIria Palm Limited" "Chlcalro and FlorIda 4pcclsl""New \
.States for bacon purposes but tha.jfroatpr aver ,pi"I'luc111 of three to ten years, lu "
and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Philadelphia Bos York an.1 Florida Express. 'Florhla Candled;'
: part of them are not of the which the Heed grown encli) IIt'lI..n win' Savannah .
Steamer to Now York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah and T1orda Llmlt..I."
ideal has not ton. Via Norfolk 'V..hlnltoo
foacou type. planted\ the next this change and Merchants' and Miner, Transporttalon Company for Balti-
This hog must bo long In billy, dovpla been complete In any of' the varietiesilantftl. more and Philadelphia.TO .

Bide with comparatively! narrow [. Nome lllnty gi'iilns are always ... -
ack. narrow and light tiaiim. andy i>rcHeut.lluiv W.CAingteo. So. 34 No. 32. No. 30 To Chattaooogn C'ncln. No.6. XII.I t;,
.
AND HAVANA.Via 'Io'hi--
1CKY WEST 'k'ork.' :"1.Y.'Ii' :1"". I'.hn W.& ( nail and 6hiesgo. thlc'jto ,
:boulders and light muscular neck. llakcri. llrwurtl UnrlrVhe '.. Peninsular & Occidental Steamship Company. a..d New Exprtnw I.hu' LI..d Mpecl' Limit''

I In the countries where hogs of this Flluty kernels. un the more nitrogenous r.vRtAult".tlne...... 1MaD1 II llIamIIOpm v at Augustine; ....t........ T/IOaIll 8101"LvJacltonnvlll. .
Jacksonville ................ INlall1 4.1"ArW..blnlEton
/
.. t2 20am 1/11ipm
.. ... II 20am
-class were In the past principally pro- anti contain more in slut lire. The Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points, : ...... 11 4km 10 Imam 9lfnpm 0hattunooga............... n 2M1pm ..' 41.Ir ",
daced corn U grown In very limited larger kernels art"* richer In protein New': Yo'k..... .... 4 1:1pm: of tJ1m: tJ 30um Ar .Inclno.\.... ....... ..... T I"III e4''
"ArChicago.................... //l311pw ha
quantities, and tho principal feed for butt the Hiimll nice |:tidy wheats are No :H-"New York end Florida Express;
hogs !. barley, oats. pea, rye roots, rich In protein and both from u bIlk. MILKAG.12: TICKETS. )all /I-"Clncago and Florida 8peclal. ICU
R Rood 13,000 miles of among the principal No.:rJ-"Tbe south..rn'. Palm Limited; Dally except Sunday.ecepiSunday. .
over
wheat and Its procl ucts. >r's Htamlpolut nnd M n (coil product' Interchangeable mileage tickets No 1a-IOTb. Florhta Lim/tad. Daily.
the southern states are on Hale by.the principal aae ta. Llm No 13 "The Flllrttla I.Imited;' dally "Ion III
The bacon box of the United States tvlicats rich In protein tire to be preferred. railroads In No 30"Tn..Waablnltun. sad Florida ftmingham
Atl ata
typo differs considerably from tile For reservation and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ted;' Dally. through Pullm..n, Memphis Sleeplnil and Kansas Car to City.No .

lingUsh bacon hog. There I.. however, !JP." From the 'Mldrit of the Head. : r TfANTC C. BOYLSTON Dlst. Pass. ARt. W. D. STARK, Tray' Pass. Agt. 30 e.r2. .-5".::01

a growing tendency toward the typical Our lesult lead ns to believe: }First 138 West Bay 8e., Astor Building, J JACKSONVILLE FLA. To Aeh.vllle and Clne'.U. 'J'1'aln Night To .Alk..n and A up.'''' Palau ) 1JhlLv
.
j tiaeou typo. The Indlcntlona point to that tli' flinty kernels In any t:1'eu'n. D. M. EMEUSON, Traffic Manacer. W. J.C.SE CRAIG. Gen'l. Pass. Agent.WILMINGTON. I'It' Augustine ............... .... .. 610pm Llm'd IlltrMhevnle. Trvlu'
N. .. ..f..... .... Lv 8e. ........ .....11 lOam
the Tact that we are at the "partlag of 'of wheat and preferably those Lv Jacksonville" ........ ... .. T a8pm AUKnatite. ''
riety -A- .......... .......... .... ....1 3"pm I..J..c..n"lIle..I 201"" : 110'1'ArHotRprlol&'ll.
theway" and that In the future wo From tilt middle of Ule head should beelected ........... ..............237plll LvSavannah..tI2M1pm. 120111ArClnelllD.tI
will Lave a place for the Ideal bacon for III order to level- :H.I> ........ .... .. .. .. .. ...... 1/ irwm ArBlackv111e.. ........... ....... 1 /6"pm 4IreNo 1'kArAlken '
planting <> of
:B L.Ilackville............ ... 8 lapm .
hog its well as for tho fat or lard hog. OJII high protein type' of wheat; necnd. ao-DalII.. Pullman Drawing ltonm Buffet ............ ........ II 2'lpmIII/ :
Corn U! at present being usod for otur > that the early maturing varietiesf neephgCsraeksonvllletoClncmnatithmugk ArAugnsta:: ...... ...........lo26pm., 8a'a'The --=<-
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Land of the 8ky. .
..
.' such as the manufacture Daily. ..
purposes equally !good In other respects are toe No. 32-"The Palm Limited"

of cornstarch whisky. and oil. At the I. preferreil for thU i>nr;''>n<<<'_. Sunday. Pullman at Plnckvllle Car. tram with with train JltnlnJr carf1I'CIConnectlnlr '
same time ration of all corn which -i- ----- RICHMOND Car for Aiken: and: Augn.Ut:
COLUMBIA CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES, Diain I Car Service.Iltlhnan 1 Llmll.,1.
,
usually forms the principal part of the SAVANNAH Excellent t $ -" on and Florida
lilyrule
BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, Pullman 1I1..1.lnll Car Jacklnn.1\Ie to
WASHINGTON
feed-of< the fat or lard hog. Is coming to \ and Hlack.llle to AIII..n and Auynsta_

be generally recognized: an detrimentalto FIFTY CENTS . Three Elegant Trains Dally . to
Reservations Maps Folders, and Information apply
the beat development of swine from For Sleeping Car ,

the breeders< standpoint. Coupled with Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. T. C3.' 3LsTJS33 Dlat.' Pass. Agt

,this there Is not BO great n demand for Seaboard Florida Limited. ,

I :fat pork as there formerly was nnd'UOIC'K / 108 West Bay St., Jacksonfllle, Fla.
N conditions the +
I some MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. t
O
gain from the use SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMITED is a solid vestlbuled train composed 8. H. HARDWICK P.T. M..V& hlnKton, D.C. W. I.TAYLOE,0.P.A.Wsshingt"n
The
of)f Scott's Emulsion is xcluslvely of New Pullman Equipment-Dining Car, Double Drawing Room anciJaoksonvllle BROOKS MORGAN, A.O.P. AAtlanta.. Oa.

Observation Cars operating between St. Augustine -
'
StlterOOl1an.1 -- --
.lerpera
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For this -
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very" rapid. [ to New Yoik. vU Washington, leaving st. Augustine 12:10 p. m. and'ackionvllle

reason we put up a 1:20 p. ni., dally Including Sundays

fifty-cent" size which is ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. Mallory LinesSPECIAL

enough for an ordinary For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
write
Seaboard or
cough or cold or useful A. O. MACDONELL Asut. Oen. Piss. ARt. S. C. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt.

as a trial for babies JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA, PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

and children. In other .
-- -
i conditions the gain is -- BO YEARS and roost thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the coast.

slower-health cannot EXPERIENCE -XO OVERCROWDIXG-

built in FOLEY'SHONEYANDTAR STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED ontl l
be
up a day. IMPORTANT berti
I II of
ships, M no tickets will be sold to exceed the number
In such cases Scott'sEmulsion '
I or> the seating capacity of Dining !Halls thus Insuring alb passengers ln(.-

I < BACON, rsiTFW., STATES I must be takenas servlee and attention.PASSENGERS.

*hli j>ln r mud oolil "tlll'II// > facilities. art nourishment a food
TRAOC: MARKS
:much tatter: jn-ti'iim-utly' ', more fresh, I rather than a medicine. OCSIQNSCOPVRICHTS: LXAVE: JACfeSOJfVILL'E ,EVERY FRIDAY,
and lean tnviH .
: nor: 11-11 ,1| AC.An
I 1'b"'r Is u do:iminl Oil the markets o. It's a food for tired and Tho original on:w*>n rti<1ln II"nirop a>klph and roi fr dmcrlMlon.. whether' may4nonli.M an (See Schedule of Ships in Florida Times-Union)

this oountrj t-mi rl.:.luu niutrlvHuiid \. proltitblf palmiMhlo' Comnianln
( YORK
weak. digestions. LAXATIVE cough remedy.The NORTII
I .n..p.c&I.c-'ndd."I.. HAdOBOOK 0. Patents LOWEST RATES TO AXD ALL POINTS
more larncvl trove our Own -ouu- Sent fr,*. in *..! cc.e 7 f i,r.viurtno' pwlunt1iiKHK "
l.....n tut".uirh Mann A co> rm.4egyaa'.tice Including delightlul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
try for: h"COIi.l1l.1.. there. IHUK! few b.i- genuine
.nd fop f r.. "."'rl. 90"10..010., la. tbScienilfic .
con bogs to sui: : i: tinilfiitiud.' the FOLEY'S HONEY and TAR>. la American.rttiaittm v FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS"

rp trade It supplied! from Ih.. lighter 11'14 .
Scott & Bowne 409.415 Peal su aY.llowpackage. Refuse substitutes. m..t"'l ,.. IIIl mw sold to all northern For full Information regarc" 'j Xractions
114 of tIi0C.it: jurU.M hut t thowever : pi- flits, bacon, I\ h.ndamalt III r T.vmaTlJ'4.rtt< Through tickets points.
New York Prepared only by of anr nolentido IminmU offered other line diagrams reser atins, tickets, etc., apply Chemists by no
doer .'ot o .'uinn I rat' high: a rnu>ntna.lu Sola bjall ;

e price ou the mi-' '+1, t t "'roe" buean goe.ami(i.ao. AU druggists i Foley A Company, Chlc a.* FVIUNN & Co 361Araf' New fOrkell ARTHUR W. PIE Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville, flori
,
trolt1 tJ"1'1'al i l b.I,'.>:.i b"-" lletl Cross! Pharmacy. viBoa, ia T $WubUwtuo,IX l c.::.






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-; -- JACKSONVILLE. SIDELIGHTS MUKDENHistoric languidly on Its blue plush bf'tl1 I ST.: AUtJUSTINK.

first the custodians did not think tliJiipniicKo .

YVDSOI1 HOTEL . would ever come very clout
j of Manchuria to Mukden, but as the Russians were
Capital
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST Lyon
AND FLORIDA'S BUIDln6
to t.t hack and back the terror of tl1t
LARGEST AND BEST YEAR-ROUND I10'rEL.r.nrcr Captured by the Japanese. ancient mandarins grow. If the Jftpnnese

bombarded Mukden, there wan i s. i,

CHINESEItiiHitl possibility of the city being sot on fir uiiuiiUI'StsruFhlhB:(/ << << STWEETS PLAZA ". ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
HIGHLY VENERATED BY
and everything destroyed I. or oIn the Mont ...nt..llo..Uon In the pity HlHotljr! reproof. slttv: tuna ......... writfurnlthnl.
confusion of a bombardment tho drnul Hoow. 0111$. Oi>"n NoTMiilivr tw .lun... Address i H. ..ht>.<*.
site! at !tl.ncl u Rmpvrorn.I ed clnim-huseK, who hud linen lurking l I _

.. cu...... Inn.*. In the city for Just such au cuter
:OiiaUlK ( Two nil OLI SlAltlllll: :, C.OODAM,, FI.A.
geur.v. would probably! Ujive made i iMlJ n
.
of the
nnil un Outer (.II"-1I..lln. - - -- ---
and carrleil WilY everything.
Lntter-lino Famous Trrnmnrr 1'h. running old mandarins iloolurm\
Were TivKru For safety! to 1'eUlimr.Ulrliuiil by tho shadow, of Confucius that they: The Seaside Inn 01.11 SKAllItKKZK,

saran. t tI 1 II. Little, the Chicago New knew the Ilusslnu and .Inpanese troop, 0 00 DA 1.1,, FI.A.
Would not be so wicked us to loot tin
cornel( lotuleiit lu Mnucliurla, thus deBvrii "aim.a. but It Is very probable that tiny Ixliow opon for the nlntei Reason, undortlie niannevtncnt: of the owner
,,", the city of Mukden which 61isLeon had >-..m., lingering mixplclon' i that diir. IIUKACK: F. 8TKWAUT. ll'indsixm' and now, nltnatcd on. Drtjtom
I ti .ipturod by the JapnupNci: ing dio i I occupation of I'eking Gy the lloach] , thi hotel I I. modem{ nil Its appointments i wltli large, airy pleasant
rooms overlooking I the ocean and opposite(> Ko'itliiH's Casino. nnd Pier
J. b MiiUtfii! chiefly rejoices In Its antlnult troops of all nations' somebody did a rime sot f bathing Is unexcelled. Terms modornteUOKACE .
1 'I 1 h.> city IN 1 the tinccut| capital of good 1 deal! of unlawful grabbing. Tin I''. vSTKWAUT. Owner and 11\l1allot
thet., u.. hu rulers of the dynasty" Unit puliK custodians have been greatly
mm MIS lu IVklnu ou the throne of I woriU In {tonderlng over all these "
ql..tl..118.. not only because they have U.'T()N.A. '
town
China
Tho history\ of the goes:
bn.lv J oloM'ji or twolvi centuries. 1'hegait a 1',1 triode pride In saving/ their cm -- -.--- - ------ -
but also because they
waTl around the present Inner peroi-'s Jewels
city date back three ronturleM. It li have a not unnatural doslru toIII VI' '
beads, which would COP The Gables ..
their ,
own DAYTON( Fr.AOP1.X
forty foot high/ and twcuty-llvo feet ,
r'ULLENS, OWNERS AXD PROPRIETORS
DODGE ) bo removal any of the JewelsIntrusted
_ ._w __ _ __ __ wide nuil IH In utmost perfect preserrttiun. { to their 1'111'01'1'0 missing; ,
= Thu wills Ini-loKu an area exact : FOi Tllft HKAHON: : imi-U) :1-
It N belleveil that everything/ In tlwpala.r ;
ly a mile square., There la n grout I
DDVAL HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. tower tit each corner. The eight gates has been mifoly taken away and Located t on Volushi Avi'tniotonoblock; from. 1'imtotllce. \ ami !two nail' one-
D two on ach side. one gullet the grout that all tho Jewels and more valuable, half blocks from Railroad Station. Flvn view of tho Halifax: River.

gate, the other the imiiill Rate, lire illstliiKulsbeil art lvlds In till prince collection have! Sunny Comfoitablo Rooms, Single or 1 ICn-snlte. Klrcttlo: Lights. and ItatKs.TAItLE .
been stored lu Peking.
UH, too great north gate, the snugly :
/ After the retreating Russian nrniy UNEXCELLEtuhts.;; .. X. U. MArtlKIFF" I'rop.
.
small cast unto, ami naou.
Opposite postoffice. Centrally located. Thoroughly,: repaired and re Outside tho bin wall I Is, another city hail! left) Llaoyang there ensue reportsof .--. - .. ,
how tho Japanese' shells foil Into
which at distance of JUlio from the
n u alnnaZI': :.
the and how several tires
furnished big wall (U" eiu-lri'Ii'il by a wall of earth. walled city ---- -. .. ---- -- -,-----'--'. ._- --- -
novated. Newly throughout. Liberally conducted. . . wore starlet It I is, known that ns tlioRusslant
culled the mud wiill. This outer citygrew S15.YI1KKEZE FLOUID.V.Daytomt .
went out Chinese robbers : ,
In till that suburb! THE CLARENDON
up Maine way :
helped theniHelves to wlintevor thoywnnted ( lloncb)
Bates $2.50 per day and up. ,
grow up around ('liU'iiKu./ IVoplw that llulshed the
started shops JiiHt outside the city gates in id that as thoy onthobruutltudEast (Coast, 111)) mlloH nan th of ,llu kJIIIIJ\v\ 111". Capacity doubled
B. W. SPERRY, Proprietor. ... to soil toil or rice or small trinkets to JapanoHO advance guard rnmo In and by the nddllIon of DUO bundled new rooms nil connecting with private bath and
drove them away and then went to hot and (',,111 running/ water In each room. Mngnlllcont: !hoyertine Sun-parlur/new
- ... the people' from tllll country who .came .looting/ with great ('lIthu.1I1..1II.1111.. .> gloss front dinntng--nom lilt) feet In U-nglli/ facing 1 I the broad! AUuntlo Oceun. Sltu-!
Into MuUiloii to trade, bus wero entubllslii.il conllmvltholr used tlio bin IT '\ tho tuitions Antomoblln l JCnce Con Wontem
It I Is said that the .Tapiinoso 1 dlrectlv on ovui looking! > rise. -
to tilko care of thimi l who nr- dopreilatlons chleily to chickens. Union Telegraph 1: nnd llooUlover's library duo{1 tc 1r\ I In iSun-piulor. Finn Orches-
H. N. O'NEAL rived after the city gates were closed. eggs and everything that could liy any! ten, Dancing Howling/ Tvimls lilllards and numerous oilier 1I1.01.tII, Spacloua.titrngn ; .
Little col unities grow up outside method bo classified ns food and did. ( skill ifill mecluiiilcH and 1 apparatus for rhnrglng Klcctrlo Motor Vehicles
each gate; and spread' along, the bighighways not take Jewels. or judo ornanientM, the Buy tickets K, K. u, Iy. to Ilaytomt. The 1'larendoii bases sleet all trains Hag.giige -
. HAS LEASED THE . / leading to them. Finally crafty mandarins of tho pataco' liellevod clinched dlioct from Hotid.! For rates, booklot and l further Information. ad
drown The Cbnendon, tSeabrei-r.i, Pin..
there- outside .
woremorn people' living
that thin bavo boon bocause -
the walls than wltliln. They 11"1',11'11.01' may K. L, 1'OTTKK, Proprietor. C. II. KXATTE, .:\lanagur.iI1 .
ARAGON there wero no Jewels) or Jade or
HOTEL thought they the protection of _. .
needed nanients! In Llnoyang/ and that It tholiivmlorn --
n wall. Ilclng too poor to build a wall found thomselvoH 1I11I1I lug In

JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. like the one that t'lifoinpasseil tho city the great purple palace of tint Manrliun! .. 1.ItOUIINI I':. \ .
proper, they erected the nisi \\all.I surrounded I by> pearl iu.'lda"I'H and) -- -
It Is open on the American )plan. Rates $2.50 per day and upwards n.i Id o the big wall Id the ancient pal- diamond studded naddlos they IIIIthftU1'1i MKLHOUUNK<: KLOUIDA.Urovaril ) .
,
New Hotel Carleton
The alterations and renovation of the hotel
many are completed, and It it nee of tho Mitnrluia called the ChinInntlen mid ,
their attention from chickens County
now second to none In the city. Both cuisine and service unsnrpatmod :
In the South. Rooms with private bath, $:j per day and upwards.wESTN10RELAND' OP" Forbidden nine pavilion. ejlll to thlng-4/ of greater vulva Finely! sltmtloil on u high binlT. overlooking, INDIAN 1UVKIC.: .
-- .------ There was formerly u wall round the Si It ii said that forty cnrtn H<|malce Surf a"I81111 Malt wntvr'hntlilng. Hunting; and Fishing. Sanitary
pnlaco which took lu a considerable
HOTEL West Bay: and Cedar Streets. urea and wan called the Forbidden ago'' miller the'Ol.t of heavy guarit ::\( by the ttuok. I'rlvato Baltic, .
JACKSONVILLEFLA.American City. After the Manchim conqueredthe of soldiers and left tho city III tile illivetlon UO1IEUTSO.V A FKIU1USOX.:
Chi none tlireo centurion. age Hiuf('atabll.slied of Slnmlntln.: In these wagonstloubtlcHS / --- --.. ..------'
their rulers on the Chinese stowed the priceless
plan. Centrally located. Just built and were away
open throne tills wall was, taken down, hilt heirlooms and jlw'IIt'or the Man- Hotel Bellevue MKLIIOUKNIFLOK1DA.: : :, .,

ed this season. Fine cooking and good; table. Hot and Cold Water the palace still remains un tho ancen- elms.Anylmw. A lionlthy winter resort on high pmo bind, ovor-looklng Indian Klver

Baths, Elevator, etc.. Five minutes, from any wharf or depot. All trill 'home of tile Chinese emperor of It was menu trick! to play hates fj:I and upward por day Mpcolal 1'11"1por week or Moason. .
tholanebtl dynasty The present fin- on the hardworking clninchusos.Tho , -Wille for rates toMAI.AM -
street cars pass the door. Rates, $2.00 to $2.50 per day. poror made a visit to. the Chlnliintlcu K. M. CAMIMIKLL:\ It.V.. CAMrilELL.Mnnngor. .
a few yeiirs ago. Ha council a special veneration of the Chinese for l'roprlatx.

Mrs. A. J. WALKER Proprietor. road to be built nil the way from Slnmlntlu Mukden can perhaps hardly bo rent _.--_ . - -' -. -...- - --.-
to Mukilen. over which he Jour Ized !by occidental peoples says the: IHI/I'.1\IUIU:, N. C. ...
The New Travelers Hotel neyed. An InmicliHo sum wan extortedby Now York Times. Tho feeling", of tho --"- .-.-
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the olllclals from the peoplo along English for Westminster abbey of the

-On the American and European Plan- the wily to pay for the rond. Tlio people Italians for Koine, may "servo' to !give Kenilworth Inn IIILTMORE, N. C,

Under new management. Newly; furnished and renovated. A pleasant consoled themselves with the au Idea of it. lint In the far east tliu 1 MCAIl ASIIKVIM.K.!
family home. Rates: American Plan, $:.OO and $2.60; European 5cts() thought that anyhow they wore going veneration for tho past, art expressedIn ,
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. to have a line highroad that would bo tho worship of auceulors. Is. actually
If. W. HANCOCK, I'roprletor. of the greatest benefit, but the olllclala ua Important part of religious bullet.stud OPEN THUOUUHOUT THE YEAR c

The beautifully located .Riverside Hotel at Oreon Cove: Springs, is under the squeezed, most of the money. Instead for this reason Mukden In thu most 11
same management. of grading the road they erected temporary warred t-lty lu the whole great CLlucaeengdre. ; KDOAR II. aiOOUE. I'roprletor.YORK.

_ platforms covered" with dirt. ( It was at Mukden that III the .
and these, together with the !brlilgei. your 1023 Na'hnchu, tbo famous founder - -
New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. hardly held toKet her.long enough( \ 'to of that ib.nasty", estiibllsUvd, blms-ll. ._ lHW .
--- --- -
,10 East Forsyth Street. permit of the emperor passing safely It was there that the ancestors of the .
on bin. return Journey vMunrhu emperors. wore burial
Center of City; cool, airy looms; ilrst-class In all appointments. The best The 1 pnluco building/ are more than four miles east of tho" city la the Hotel Marlborough

$2 to 2.0: American plan house In the city. Open all the year. Europeanplan four centuries old and ore rotten an tomb of the founder of tbu Maiifhu 14
crumbling, but they still present Ii dynasty, Nurharln.'time sepulcher !Itself
$1 per day, one person. Free bus from trains and steamships Ndar: fairly Rood appearance. None IH over forms u great mound built up over thu Ilroadway, :JUth and .17th Streets: New York.

all car lines. Special weekly rates C. IJ. SMITH, Prop. two stories> high and the arcbltecturunrrangeinent 'collln. In front of this "clouds, u funeral loft I'uoin. :2X!( ) bath rooms. Lighted/ entirely. : with electric lights. A first-
of' all Is. I simple. The pal hull, the wholo being Kurroundcdb class, up-to-dlute hotel centrally located. Conducted,& on American and Euro-
JACKSONVILLE PTA.I ace It gorgeously i>alnled In red and ) u high wall pierced by one grand l P eau 1.1'\111,111111111' managed under the personal supervision of the Hwoonoy
SOUTHERN HOTEL green and ban Kokleir tile roofs IInltil'II.IIsh gilewuy.' which holds three nrl'll."ll'UI' Tlornuy )Hotel Co. K.: M, TIKIt.NKY, Manager.

Corner Bridge and Bay Stieetg. grinning gargoyle! The palace tals Tao nvcnno of approach Is Hpnnneil . . .. -
- - - -
EVERYTHING NEW. EUROPEAN PLAX. win full of rich trauiurpt of all by.two lofty and elaborate arches -

Klrst-clasb In all Its appointments: .. Fireproof Brick B.iilding. kinds sertt to Mukden by. the varloinManchti ( of carded stone, the !base of their col
emperor at IVklng./ Those. limns resting ou curved likenesses of
Rates : iOc,7o.and:\ $1. O. A. LIGHT, Manager.THE .
- eniperors) seemed to be ImpreHfuil with frogt.Mukden! '
'-
- the Idea that they were not quite mire stands In the middle of a / .../

THE EVERETT HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Just how firmly their throne was nailed great alluvial plain about 320 feet ...r r Jr
235 West Bay St. down In I'cUIng and that possiblysome above the level of the sea. All limo suit!
day they might make a very hurried arouiKl It! Is rich lind highly cultivated! .
Centrally Located. Thoroughly Repaired and Renovated. return to Mukden. So It seemedto It Is reputed to have had a population

Newly Furnished. European Plan. them that It would !Je a ploim Idea -'liO.CHPO.: Airily ChlriPHe. Tho houses! -r )! ;, .1' > 1 1d ;
to Bend on much treasure nlioiul, thus both thorn. of the Chlncso maul suuloriiss, ;
n. 1:. MASON, Proprietor. providing against Unforeseen coritln- teal'. morcliimfx and those of new hue' ,
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ASZrAUtHUST1Nl---------- There were countless boxen in the! nlflceutscale..
- palace filled with Jade yeses, dishes
of ncrlptlon Cut tune C....v,
and Jewelry every P-! "
There was n pearl necklace that con Plate chests' are overcrowded Just (
HOTEL ALCAZAR ST. AUGUSTINE, nolsHcurs nay !I" worth all tile way H" for. the. crystal: crnxu has! come { 1 I tI t
from $2)1),00); ( to $3: <)$), dozen, of other pearl necklace. of less( tli. lug/ from( dishes Jo tables, must l>o I
value. There were the robes of --th! of glass, nys the New York l'rc"t,
emperor, embroidered nolldly In pearls'" 'Tlns" cryutnl, tables. offer unlimitedupportunllloii bffrr 4i..JMtze1M ,
and other' precious stones and there for artistic effects, fur lav c'or Ppw r + ,

.;i Now Open .;I I.ros. was the great crown of the Manchu, tint are llghtinl from beneath, and, rot t
All
which Is covered with Jewels. ors may bo! switched 011 to liarmonlze
these wonder we have gazed upon. with any rnaiiner of di-conitlon. HKIUOllnics .
Tbe two mandarins in charge of the ) the lights! are changed to match

GREAVES= palace liked to show tho treasures pi the rotor of the room. Hut n morn lu- i" 1
P. Manager,
tbough/ every time they were exhibitedthey "eIlIIJu" 1'11lit that of having paintedshecu 4
bad' to bo taken down from musty' gauze fastened to rollers be-
cabinet and a half dozen pearls .bro ioatli tile table, which are changed! j
ken and a* many fresh! ones put on nerved. .. _
__ ALATKA. constantly as the courses are '.0 ",..... .
when the treasurer were lac- .
again .rep Far Instance, at tbe tlub course the tailn -
ed. sometimes; has the appearance of A
The Graham Hotel PATATK.Jl'LomDA.. r In one room of the palace wan a miniature lake with onyrlad.4 of flsbiwlmmlng .
all aDd
collection of the bows
great
/ alx>ut. With the gnm n
,, guns that belonged tow the long dead bIrd scents may be unrolled, and so oil
M'anchn emperors, i saddles by the bo JOB PRINTING :
) brougli the dinner. There should 1
River Steamers.
I'C.ito Poet Office and Offices Of Ocklawaba and St. Sobns score bridles swords and armor and 10 dearth of conversation at theft {.Ie- .

Only Brick Hotel In the City. Rates : f:3 and ,->.:.o per day. everything studded with" pearls rabies. torlal repasta.'nnll the blase diner oat 11 I

So Better Place In the City. Porters Meet all Trains and Boats.J. turquoise Thin custodians and Jade.of the palace bad oplo no longer of conversation.will baviv to shuttle for a .! f

Proprietor. been greatly worried since the war began t t .
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to know how to protect the jewelo.J i
= Executed at tho office of the :
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The palaces vrallM are old and flimsy Th Chrr..n hmuBm v.... y
and a few lunty licks would bare The chrysanthemum vine I In a noveltyexhibited a ':
taken any energetic looter Into tb4 : at the recent meeting of the '
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE holy of nolle, where the great crown Pennsylvania Horticultural t'ctetyIt
of tbe :Mancbu rptirkled In the dim: It a climber of very attractive appearance EAST
light unit the white pearl necklace bat| tbe follajre dAinty ami abounding ? COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. r
ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . single starllk yellow blooms.




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"SOMETHING NEW." RECEPTION- EAU GALLIE.One I ::Ee: :: E &; ::s:: ..A. :J: GI

,t. WRITE US FOR PRICES- of the moot brilliant receptions
Tuemiay afternoon the ladies of the of Its kind evergiven In Eau Gallie was I Goats': :FW'1.1rJL1.sb.1.n.g: : Store,
," We TroKresHi Culture Club" spent a few tendered Misses Adelaide and Louise
tfif t guarantee ourWATCHES hours most delightfully at the home of
Dodge, the 8 and 10 year old nieces of TITUSVILLE
Mrs.' II. It. Wilson. FU!|
i 4'll AI r. and Mrs. W. II. II. Gleason at their ,
Mrs. Wilson\ extended a very cordial
: ltd 1 Invitation to all members, with a request beautiful home on Pine Apple avenue, 1
known" as the Granada last
Cottage, T
I .,; fi0 n..w g : that each bring' "somethlne now. : Thursday evening.

1 ap 3 w This proved to b'a very amusingand The entertainment was in the form ofa OUR LEADERS !
enjoyable entertainment as .. ,
musical and donkey party. The first
each number and Instructive
was new I pilze\ In the donkey contest was won by r
ce,, (l; S9'JEVI'LKUS. and some very original. little Louise Dodge, a handsome bouquet /
Mesdames II. R. Jones and Wm. )I. Edwin Clapp Shoes
from the flower garden of her grandmother ,
Brown themselves of
& IMTOICTKHS, 4't proved poets rare Mrs. A. I'. Landing. Little
ability, while Mrs. I.. A. Brady, Mrs \ Crossett Shoes
wsuhas sad Elgin 1 ,
II West Louise immediately her (lowers
Bay St. Jacksonville\ Fla. presented 'i 1
ltathbun and Mrs Wilson
d WATCH ** Harry gave a to her school mate and friend, Fran- I'a I Manhattan Shirts
select reading and recitation ,
cina Houstin who next In
came highest
O. request-Iwaya Miss Daisy Bratty and Miss Susie L'\'
< the contest. The consolation E. & W Collars
prize was
l + ***************************************************** Oladwin brought something new" to won by Thelma from ,
Barley, Georgia,
please the while lady us a r Knox Hats
. . -- eye, one gave another classmate o f '
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"new idea" of our las 'I
over
Y making
The piano duetts played by Misses\ '
;4' Alabastiiio I JOB PRINTING of all kinds done at :year's gown Adelaide and Louise Dodge were rendered Stetson Hats,
Mis. AdhentMr Brady and Mrs. Morgan
this office, at reasonable rates. Give then gave several charades to puzzlethe In a faultless manner, which And thewf
showed they talented musicians
Your us a share of your work. brains of all. Mrs. Morgan's being and were highly were praised and complimented , Queen Quality Shoes!
original, and the ADVOCATE was com
pllmeuted by playing a very Importantpart lal by all present. Worthy of spec I / for the Ladles!
mention was the recitative
? ANNN..NN..NNNA !ID one, which we will give tile piece,
Walls Pleasing tho Boys, by Miss Adelaide
genial Editor and his staff a chance to w-f
: : Vesey Hall i: Dodge, accompanied on the piano by
Are you satisfied. with the appearance ;uens: her mother, Mrs. Dodge, who Is also j II Send In your order!
of your walls Do they come up to your IE. Georglana, Fla. "My first Is the point of a Marloner'scompass, a talented musician. Other musicians article can tbliif
}' Ideas. Are you putting on coat after I Mf second that which bounds the ocean, who took pare were Miss Carrie :Shave: / any you
coat of sticky, dirty wall paper, making | Builder. j | My third a legal ads leor. Frank Houstin and Mr. and Mrs. S. of in Gent's Furnlihln
a sandwich with sour paste between? ; My whole a sentence of throe words Gleason. line. We have It, in

't ALABASTINE Is clean, hygienic; and 11 ONLY FIRST-CLASS WORK.] | Something we OVTKN SKIS and ALL HAVE.!: At t> o'clock the dining room door guarantee same.

wholesome and more than that, It Is > Write for Estimates. : Mrs. Wilson\ then gave: the ladles paper was opened from the double parlor, and oiif I ill Our line of GUI,
beautiful. The most artistic effects can .N.N.NNANN..NHodgson and pencil and asked each one to disclosed a most beautiful scene of ; !
... snowy linen, china and silverware. 2(1( jah Brand Heady-mad
{ be produced with ALABA3TINB. write\ a 'proverb. This done, all ex !
children and their teacher, were seated I 1 Clothing is the larger !
The ALADAHTINK Co., will furnish, changed papers and you were then to ,vriJ. d"
------ -- atone time Prof. Rehblnder, .
without expense to you, color schemes I write something. to rhyme with your occupy and prettiest line et<(
log the head of the table while the
and harmonies It proverb. This was Indeed laughable.As shown In the
for your rooms. you t city.
Bros. guests of honor, his pupils, Misses Adelaide
are building or remodeling, simply ask i r the members are so bright, and Louise Dodge, were Seated at
for color schemes, giving alze, uso and i And do In ------- .
brown, ---
i' I everything up bill right and left. After the blessing ------ --- -- --- --

direction of light of rooms. EAU GALLIE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA. ,That surely there Is In sight. offered by little Louise Dodge, the ..***.*f4WM .**..*.**..**** *********.************.H
nay your ALABASTIN'E In original Club poets of"Honoun." guests were served a delightful repast *.

packages. Any decorator can apply It, Marine Railway. The delicious cream and cake that of Ice cream, Ices, assorted cakes and a .Most Complete: Lio.e: .
or you can put It on yourself. :Simply: General Merchants and Ship Cball lerll. followed was by no means the least appreciated variety of fruits and confections. *
EVER SHOWN
i P brush It on. It Is a permanent, durable, ..Special Facilities. and was enjoyed by all. We Mrs. Gleason was ably assisted in the ** IN
{i wall finish. Outwears two walls done .hen bid our hostess !good bye with hospitalities by her sister, Mrs. G.V.. .. DIAMONDS, .. CUT GLASS,
any other way. For Hauling Out, Storing and Repairing many exclamations of enjoyment. Dodge, who has been spending; the winter /SOLID GOLD) JEWELRY. :* STERLING SILVER TABLE-

" Yachts and Launches. A loIE ID.R. with relatives In the south. After .. GOLD .. WARE.
For Sale
By- the serving: "of refreshments, the guests STERLING SILVER NOVELTIES SILVER PLATED WARE.

t EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO, Mention the AOVOOATI when writing.J. [From the first four, we can readily see I repaired again to the parlors, and ifJ .
hat It !I. the name of the Pink Paper, ; music and !games were Indulged In for The finest line of Sterling Silver Toilet Sets and Novelties ever

EDIT)! COAST ADVOOATK and particular several hours shown In Tltusvllle.rSPEClAL .

Ii ; L. ::1:.. MOTLOW.: R WALKER & CO. Iy from the last. "Something" we OFTeN mates The parting from the little school a- L ATTENTION GIVEN TO MAIL ORDERS.)
sun and! ALL HAVE. -Ed.] seemed very sad. as this was a *

TITUSVILLE, FLA. farewell to Mrs. Dodge and her little G. L. MANDAVILLE, Titusville{ Fla.
r girls, who will leave next week for :St.:
CHURCH NOTICES.Rev. Augustine, en route to their West ******.*********************************************!

Virginia home. .._
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,rr": W. F. Allen, of Tltusvllle, will Mrs. Dodge and her children' hare
E. L.
I preach In the Methodist church, at Cocoa made many friends In Eau Gallie who RRAR'Y: &:, BRO.,
regret. their departure and will welcome
next Sunday, April Id, at 11 a. m. them back again next winter. -DEALERS IX_ .
and 7\0::\ o'clock p. m. All are Invitee
I
i r Im t h to tnfl services. ERRATA. GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCT

4 You are cordially invited to meet wltb We hanflle' PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents; for. MAPES FERTILIZE
us In the services of the Tltusvllle Rap %The following letter has been received We deal exclusively the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all consul
tilt church, April lath and 2rd:) at 11a. from \Mr. T. R. Crook, In reference to ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
m., and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school at the accident In the Banana liver, many E. i. BRADY; BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

10 a. m, Howard B. Gibbons, Pastor. years ago, as related by our Georgians -- - -- m_. _ _, __ .___ _____. ____ _
Palfn Sunday April Itlth, I OSt.; correspondent In our last Issue:
Andrews' church, Kt. Pierce, Horning Clifton, April 10th, V.KK5.> w.A.GOloI: :I :: 0..
qtrFine Prayer and Catechising at 10 a. m., Holy Editor Kant Count Advocate: C

Liquors, Wines, Beers Communion wltb sermon at 11 a. m. Seeing your accountof the sad accident -Dealer IE- j
Evening: Prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. oa the Banana river and reference
Ales, Stout, Etc.'Send n During; Holy Week there will be dally to another one that happened your to myself I STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AN
me your orders! -Our Perfection Tray Irunk. services, both morning and evening. In about the same place In 1873 or ,
TITUSVILLK and COCOA, FLORIDA. lies the Celebrated fray, Trunk for Sale. Printed lists may. be obtained at the 1874 I was taking a gentleman, (I can't PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

-Call and nee It- church on Sunday, or from the Hector, remember his name), for a trip around TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
f or at Mr. Nesbltt's store the Island. At DeSoto Grove we pickedup

-- Joe Louisiana, who wanted to to
Robbins & Graham Co. go
,- PROPERTY CHANGE HANDS. Tltusvllle. We were 'running before a Wrn: R. Walker
stiff norther and a heavy sea. The gen
t (Incorporated.) Mr. Andy Wagoner baa purchased the tleman Insisted on going: forward
PAID UP CAPITAL '2 ,OOO.OO residence of Mr. M. A. Stewart, on Main against lilY warning, causing the sail -- Dealer In -
street, Tltusvllle. He wl':: have the tl:Q jibe and upsetting the boat. He be- Staple axid 3 0,2 ..037Gxocoxic: s,
This company owns property completely renovated new Inlla good swimmer, started for shore, I
fences built and trees planted out. Mr.! but failed to reach It. As we could not Fruits and
3LiAu 3ST :ID J3. Wagoner will not fall to plant out oak swim, we clung to the boat, the seas Vegotab1e3ay ..

the Indian Rivet trees on the street In front of his new often breaking over us. After;!S or a : G-raln. Feed
a acid
Country On the S.t.Luolo : :
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purchase as he says be fully realizes hours Dr. Wbltfeld saw us, and by bard
River; at New River and on Day that they are the most valuable improvement ulllnR reached us and took us ashoreto Your Patronage Sollclted-
that can be made to resident his home. Mr. II. Watton was not TITUSVILLE
Prices FLORIDA.
Biscayne
to suit the times -
with .
,Z property. : us
/ i Send for Land List. Wagoner A Company have purchased -------- -

Offices at Titusville and Miami, Fla. the truck garden of }I. A/ Stewart, near WON A RICH BRIDE. TITi7STTILL77 =a L T J 1 EL ST11I3L
the city wharf, and will\ conduct the -
---- -- -- same in the future, so as to supply A dispatch to the Chicago Inter-Ocean

their grocery store with fresh "garden from Hot Springs, Ark., says: "Miss FEED AND SALE HORSE
East Coast Meat Market Pearl M. White, daughter of former i +afi SADDLE

ENJOY A GOOD SMOKE: sans"A --- Congressman "'. J, White, the millionaire ...STABLES... BUGGIES,
SAD DEATH. manufacturer of Cleveland, Ohio, ?
0. F. DUREX, Agent. ;without going too deep, down in the has been secretly married here at St.Cuke's BAGGAGE J I SURREY.

Mr. Ja.. II. Couch, a prominent attorney i Episcopal church to James T.
= ocket. Purchase ;
=
"v7ee [ yourCIGARS tancroft, who
of New : three weeks ago was a TRANSFER F.t c
: I York, who recently L and TURNOUTS
ao.o oy bought the Williamson> clerk behind the desk of one of the -
--. and residence at Mlcco, was orange grove to prominent hotels of PIm Beach Fla. HAULING ETC. kinds.
trying ..all
: tssAs cam.o here, and you'll be able to smoke goodsof extinguish a lire In the scrub on his "The wedding: was the culmination ofa -

twenty-five per cent better quality at place on Monday, and met with a sad romance that started with love at tlrst J. 3VC
sight.. 'Bancroft .Rave: up his position on Osbitn,
the same coat. ending. Ills clothes took fire, and be
,
C7f :: the second after TITtSV'lLLEIn of Robbins OfficeFLORID.-*
day meeting MU White. rear Law
was overcome by the beat. When found,
::a. Our stock
consists ot
a fine line of be was unconscious,, and badly burned, His home Is In Brookline, f..". His ---- .. .
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f r i iW Imported, domestic and Key West cigars and! died from the effects thereof the parents are poor. The couple have; gone

_. .. ::::a and American, English, Turkish and next day. Dr. E. E. Rollins, of Titus- to. the bride's home." INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
eaN ': vllle\ was telegrapbed for, but all the There Is a slight error In the above,
&:::::f ::::::. Egyptian cigarettes. for Bancroft
skill of the physician failed to save: his was connected with the ,. FLA.Is .
CDa J Red Cross Pharmacy life-be was> too badly burned when the loyal Palm, Miami, this winter-held a J[ prepared to furnish Ice in any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special attend
position looking after the row boats, we
Doctor arrived. He leaves wife and
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. TITUSVILT.E, FLORIDA. family .to mourn his sad loss.a believe. The editor of this paper happened paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing Is my motto.T. .
to"meet him at the Royal Palm. T. WETMORE Proprietor.





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