Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 8, 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: VID00415
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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I 16. NO. 3. TITUSVILLE; FLORIDA. FRIDAY:, SEPTKMBKll 8. 1OO5.:: PRICE 5c.
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.' LOCAL NEWS, Tile nO 'H. Shoe Question. Go To I'emtey ..">;; Ilranning'aI} "" Popularity of Our August! Halo. TEACHERS' EXAMINATION. CITY COUNCIL MEETING

,laltalI Clothiers AIM! Furnisher
I oath ii..t of Clothing. The fall examination" of teuoliorn for The Hoard of Aldermen the City of

'lil is always br>y enough/ to be hard on his The Only Store of Its kind In the city. Hut the Itoitllv n".d.o". IH.|KIIH the public school of Btovaid county was Tltusvllle mot this, September 5, 190S, at
Are not All done t'et.
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I act I Reading notice a
war4am. ::line on this pane. made from good stock In older that they Entire Stock Is New. I Our patrons, besides getting clothing Walker, assisted by Prof. Homer E.Wakefleld. :. present: t>. H. Piltchard, chairman ; J.

, When subscribe for tlio ADVO- will not wear out until they have done When In need of a Suit of (Clothes a famous for Its. fashionable correctness. The following young/ 1 ladies R. Walke.V.. S. Uraniilng, It. R. Piles
you
andnnfu, TK by the year It does not cost you their duty well. The only regret that Hat, Fancy or White Vest Collars! I have a good assortment to choose from. aro taking tho exiuiiniitloii'' :: cleric ; and Van T. Woiley marshal.

land. rue cents per week postage Included. many parents have Is that they did l not Cuffs Shiits Itch a, Suspenders, Neckwear Let us .iiuote von' our )prlous. They'llsurprise \ Miss Susie OUdwIu. of Tltusvllle. The in I mi ton of the last: meeting wore

best Vote date of expiration printed upon try our Bates Shoes for Boys long ago:( ; HOBO Punts hergo or Mohair you and benefit you. Miss Genie Hauls, of Ostuon. road and! approved.

nr paper or wrapper every week. This price $?>..It(); and our Dictator at $:J.OO. Coat Underwear or anything/ else! In We are ottering/< our .remaining stork Miss Francis Arnold, of Mal.vbir. The( petition. of Maj. Taylor was ren....

:i receipt for your money. No need Now U the time to furnish your extra ourllnoIt will pay' you to visit our store. of Cliildren'sClothing, t to 7 years of Miss Feulo Singleton of C,uoa. Moved and souondud that same bo laid

r us to send receipt It to for subscription. rooms, so as to have them ready for the All goods marked In plain figures. ago Including, ,: Blouse Suits, Norfolk in Miss Mamie Manioc, of t:.>ckll! date Rives you.
)iu washable ,010.,1.nlt". ;
fast
>INs tourists when they airlve. Rooms will Our motto : "One price to all; all the grade ( : at The grading committed I is composed of The clerk and m.irshal, made) their regular -

4 THE ADVOCATE be in great demand this year, as there time same pi'Ice." these low reductions: Miss Lottie'Footer, Miss\ Susio :Minis and monthly reports which wore road
n ft.50 per annum. In advance. are few furnished houses to be had. $I.tn to $2,2former; ; price, $1.7to;
very Miss Ida Dodsou hard and
e 73 six months, We have the goods such an you want and they are at approved.
e $:.1 I.CIO.(
$:!.OO per an. to foreign countries. Remember that House Furnishing is one and we want your p.itron.igo.: work grading the papers of these five Statement. front John Ilunry with

4e 4e for sale at the Red of our specialties, and we meat all com- Every article guaranteed: Mall orders Why? not buy the Boys'' School Suit young; I lady: applicants for ttmcliern' cer oheck for fill.70' was lead and tiled.
ADVOCATES now
' petition on either cash or morthly payment a specialty. tificates.! Tho registration. book for town of Tl-
OHS Pharmacy Tltusvllle. terms We furnish A nice line of shoes In Douglas, Han-
4t are prepared to
4e PJNNKY ,< RUANVINU, timville was iovlse.il. (For names stricken
, :4s .-Mr, 0. Nolle of Minis, was a busing your house from garret to teller, The Clothiers and Fuinlxheis an, and the famous Walkovoi' are now TO GET THE NEWS front i list, see ail. In another column.)

visitor to Tltusvllle the first of this and In an up-to-date manner. Tltusvllle, Fla. being teculved. The following bills were audited, and

e t <>ek JOHN.. WALKER A CO., Mall Orders receive prompt attention The following letter fiom a former ordered l paid:

Till LA ltlaF: 1IIIICK HTOIIK.Titusvllle JUMUH KIIVK, citizen shows how the people value the
1t ORRKNT-Furnished rooms at Mr -Mr. W. It. Sanders, of Indianohi Indian River S. Bank, Interest .$ IS 0.1:

i Doclson's. Itf Florida.Mr. was among the Island visitors to Titus Titimville, Fla. ADVOCATE as a palor'lIh all the news. E. C. Lumber and Supply. Co . 7 5ft(

vllle I "Editor AHVOOATK::-I want the pink Van 'r. Worley . . . . . . . Ill: 5.1;
t -.Mr. Ernest hams, of Courten.iy, was on Tuesday.Or Remember the services In the :
_ e E. B. Wnger spent Sunday, at Kpis- paper sent me at this place, Mart it at O. A. Stewart . . . . . . :3 J OOTltusvlllo
northbound passenger, Monday, en )Daytona and tieabree/.e E. E Rollins, who bias been In opal church both morning and evening once and 8enIIIIe the bill. I don't expect Electric Light Co. . 75 OO
'tI i jute to New Smyrnt, to spend a few North Carolina for the past month, tak- September 10th.
'antell-to rent small hotel boal d. to got back to your state for a year Van T.Vol.ley.. . . . . . BO OO
ijs with his cousins at that place. or a much needed I'est. arrived home last
Ing beuse. State particulars Address BEST ELGIN CREAMERY AND FOX but want to get posted ou what Is goIng Van 'I'. Worley, . . . . . . !IO OO
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;I -.Mrs. I' J. Hall and children, whove J. Richards Lakeside, Ohio. :It--:' evening.Mrs. River Butter Wagoner & Co's. on In the Indian liver\ country. I 11. R. Pylos. . . . . . . . 0 00

been spending some time In St. L. W. Hallo and children returned lived on the lower river for ten years John Henry . . . . . . J. 50
1 ugustino at the bedside of her mother -Master Ralph Halle got a week's on Saturday from n two weeks' -Mr. George Ensey. a prominent IIBIdriit and always found your paper had all the E L. Biady !liio . . . . I n) 20

1j 11" Pyles returned to their home in leave of absence from the Indian River visit with her sister Mrs. Thomas Can- of Tioplo, who at one time livedIn news of Importance.J. Ihe Florida Star . . . . . . it: 20

itusville on Monday.E State Bank and left, on Monday for a field, and other friends at St. Augustine, Titusville hands was his In town this week n.! AVKUT, J. I). .:nnl.. . . . . . . 1 SOJVi8
visit with Ids, fl'lendIasler: Lawton shaking with numerous lends. Cottonwood Idaho"
WANT LIMES-We solicit your Brown and relatives St. Augustine.Mr. -Capt. Sam JelTords, of the firm of lie returned to Troplo on Tuesday
j of Limes will $: :! 0:1:
consignments or buy Jeffords & Roome who have started a
them outright. Communicate with R.l.. ITnslflan.-, bookkeenar ,In_ flab and fertilizer business near Artesia, -Miss Francis Arnold of Malabar, TITUSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL.The There being/ .. further' business the
the Indian River State Hank left this and Miss Tonle :Singleton, of Cocoa are to the first
us at once. AMERICAN PRODUCE ,. was In town last: week and reports his meeting adjourned meet
et,. COMPANY, Jacksonville, Fla. 22-20: ( morning for a month's vacation. He enterprise progressing. among the popular young lady. teachers Titusville High School will open Tuesday night In October III)(}".

pI: will join Mrs Madden at Spartansburg of Brevard county who are In Titusville for the term of IDOiVO) ( on Monday: next, R. !t. PVLICK

.e Major: E, F. Brltton the newly ap- S. C., and cpend a month with relatives HAVE YOU TRIED WAGONER & Co's thla week, taking the toachois' examin with the following teachers: City Clerk.

,Inted postmaster tit Seabreeze who there. XCDALOTIIRS Flour? It U all right ation. Prof. It. O. Barrett, principal

1. is been on the Star force Titusvllle and the price< Is right.Mr. Miss\ Lottie E. Teeter 1st assistant
r the past two months left for Ills -Mr. William M. Blown president of Mrs. M. A. Scrlmgoour, after a NAMES STRICKEN FROM THE
Miss Helen
'... emu and the scene of his future duties the Fort Dallas. National ]lank. and P. W. Roberts. of Mims. was mnntli'it vanatinn. haM _n_>niim__ _il._ ,liar n. nit....* Miller, 2nd assistant REGISTRATION BOOKS.
This school
postmaster, on Sunday vice-president of the Indian River :State shaking hands with friends in town last sltlon I in the post olllce. Miss, LucloGladwln will open under tie most

444 Bank, of Titusville paid the latter place Monday and whllo here, let the lightof who was. In the )post office! during favorable auspice, allI18 expected that 'l'ho'1'own Council of the Town of '1'I-
-Mr of the fully 15I(, pupils will bo enrolla.l.ANNOUNCEMi.NT..
<< i Wm. Peters one largest his usual week's end vllt. returning to his countenance shine in our sanctum. Mrs. :Hcrlmgoours absence severed tusvlllo examined and revised I the Registration
<.rt 4.r< nmato growers of Dade county was Miami\ (Come again Bro. Roberts: her connection with the
.r on Monday same ou Saturday : Books and the following named

.rs.rs northbound passenger: on Tuesday en -Mr. and Mrs E. E. last.Mary. were erased therefrom this September
.rs mite to Lake Helen, He reports Mrs. -A letter received at this ollloo\ from I Grimes after -

<< I. P Drown and daughter Leila, as en- Mr. Chas. II. Walton editor of this I spending about a month at New York Walker conk at the, home of To the Citizens of Tltimvllle: 6th, UK:,.
and other li. F, Brown. . . Left the town.A. .
who lain northern points were southbound Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. :
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paper nORton with his lrltchett
<4< nying themselves at Lemon City and ; brother attempt. Having faithfully served the people of
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W. ilule . . . . . " '
<4< 1 J. O. ) passengers. Wednesday) en routeto ed suicide last
Capt. and on :
I at title Miss Leila is improving In' Walton wife, states that Saturday<< by taking Tltusvllle for the past! two years In the
<4< W. M. col . . . " "
their home Drown .
he to leave at Cocoa laiidnum. Dr. It. If Wilson
<.< lalth daily. expects that place for the wan called capacity of City Clerk and 'Treasurer I
J. !L Dixon . . . II
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In who
White administered
II Mountains of antidote
<< New Hampshire -Mr. A. K. Wilson of the Fort Pierce an and the hereby announce myself candidate for
<.< \tR (woo SAMPLES to select fiom. next week woman Is. none the D. T. Evens . . . . . . " "
Tribune accompanied, by his wife and worse for her ex. re-election. Yours respectfully.R. .
Miss Lena Mendel little daughter Polls arrived In Titus !t. I'VLKH.
< Moasuie for your next Suit of Clothes. left TlttiMvllla ou ( W. Fletcher . . . Left the town.U. .
<. 'Tuesday for a week's visit with her yule oil Saturday, on a visit to Mr and -: ,f. It. idiot of ..
I i perfect fit; the very latest style ImlUnola' R. A. Fiost . , . . . II i.
,.tfr Kiur.inteod. Penney & Ilrannlng, the brother, Mr. Jake Mendel and wife at Mrs, Harry Wilson. They returned A, Conkllng, of Tlllman and T. J. Cock CHURCH NOTICES.On T. I). Konster . . . . . " "

I lothlen and Furnishers Titiisville. Daytona While In that thriving city homo at 3.30: ) Monday afternoon shutt of LaGrange were In Titusville W. I K.!; (Goldsmith. . . . .' "

.Miss( Ethel: Wilson had quite an ex- Miss Mendel will make her arrangements H. FAUST PHOTOGRAPHER, has tho first of the week, awl 'V. Walker, Sunday, September JOLla, there will Goldsmith. . . . . Dead.

'ting( experience on Monday. A lady) for opening a ,dress making establishment I arrived from New York, .and has leased ,' of Tltusvlllo, performed their duties as be Morning Service at 11 a. in., and Henry Hamilton. . . ? Loft the towu.
there this winter. the Taylor Photographic County Commissioner The proceedings Evening Services at 7:10:: I'. m., at Ht. (
.ought a gun to Titusvlllo to get it ) Gallery W. H. Hunter . . . . . Dead.C. .

fSlRI '1cd. and, calling at Dr. B, R. Wilson's I' -Judge and Mrs. A, D. Penney and adjoining the law office( of Gen. I.HobblnH. of this board will appear In our noxt The C<< HlckH . . . . . Left the town.
Issue. dredge, Klondyke Melton and
,II It down on the table and when daughter, Miss Laura returned to Titusville Julia' Street Tltusvllle. This .1-. I/. Mntlow . . . . 44 44 44

ara nuts Ethel: came in she picked It up be- last Monday to the delight of is the place to gut your Photographs! WilY USB: OLD STYLE\ BLOCKS Ca meron the channel,ow nare at,the Dtytona Canaveral, has completed Club InIlatjasms W. T. Mathers\ . . . . " "

I K( iulte expect In the handling of guns their many friends after a month's absence Views Portraits Copying or DevelopIng when you can buy the best Helf-Lock. river and returned home C. K. Mints, . . . . . .. u "

ml which done. Good work at reasonable on John Mack. . . . . . .
miles, and was told that It was not they spent very pleasantly ing Tackle Blocks at nearly the same Tuesday. . Dead.

'iileil, when it went off, tearing: outat at Camden and Columbia S. C., and prices. Give us n call and compare price. Now In lieu In the United M. Neenan. . . . . Left the town.

>f the window sash. Fortunately Washington Philadelphia and New our work with that of others :Mates Army and Navy Departments. -The dredge Tomoko has completed Celleam Robbl nitonGoo. . . . 44 "

">ono was hurt. York cities. If. KAlsr, 1'1 ritusvlllo )<'In, Examine; them atPrltchaid I A Sons, or : the work of deepening the Haulover ca- ( W. ScobleM. . . . . 44 44

,Mrs E M.\ who has been SIX MILLION GEORGIA BRICK For Miss Alice Sanders, of Indianola who the ADVOCATE office Tltusvllle. nal and leaves tomorrow for Shipyard A, Stewart. . . . . " "

Godfrey Sale has been appointed to a position In the reach between Oak Hill and New Smyrna J. D. Teeter . . . . . . ? It "
'ing the ; Best Red Building Brick and
on Dr. homestead at
Schuyler -The
Miami public school will arrive In the ADvocATE reporter hear the on the IlllUboro rlyor. NatlallnVebber.. . . . Dead.
tli.m. Select Smooth Uniform Red Stretcher
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was la Titusville several days
"e first! of the week. She she had Brick for Fronts. Wire at my ex- city Friday for the purpose of locating rumor of that Miss\ Annie Paddison former. -Mr. E. J. Stewart arrived In 'Tltus Fred Washington . . . heft the town.

close says for lowest cash delivered herself and resting up before the open. ly TltL-svlIlo but now with her parents vllle on Saturday last, and has .booll O. O. Yates . . . ./. . '. .(
call In the big forest tire at Ca- pense pricesto
Capt and Mrs. R. I'
log of the school next Paddlson, at spending the week with his mother U. K. PVLM
Miami!
Ivera) any point in "Florida in car lots. Monday.- ,
recently her house being, situ- Point
Caswell N. C. l Is
soon to 1 he mar-
Metropolis Mrs. J. H. Stewart and sister Mrs. Harry Clerk.
teal l tilt between the two fine houses of Am prepared now to rill large orders rl4l.) Our City
reporter regrets being unableto
''I' :) quickly for the best brick madeIn and Wilson. He leaves on the early train
Scuuyler's which were destroyed. now -Mr. :Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins Mrs. give the name of the fortunate

'he'' left. Monday, for Hortl where she Georgia M. P. Robbins and Masters Rufna. man.. Mlu Pl.. .>l.,,n.. .....n. Ti. ...young....ill. tomorrow for a visit with friends In InarderrWanted..
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Having) considerable improvements E. N. JKI.KS, Manufacturer Richard and Douglas!'' Robbins, left Tltusvllle friends join the Ai>vocATicin--J vicinity -
l7t( Macon Ga. extending .Mrs) Belle! A Haynos, of Orlando, baa
facie:
>n her place there Including a on Saturday last, for a 'month in best wishes In advance.
1 Orange Trees for Male a homelike cottage two doom
snug
iWelling. -Mr. and Mrs. Jlenj. W. Jerome of the mountains of North Carolina. They ,
West Palm Beach, Fta., and New London will go to Point Caswell tint, where they -:Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan and 8'n. north of the Seaside Inn, Daytona Reach,

N Nc\y Hardware Store.We Conn., who hare been spending the visit with Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins parents Rosser, who have been In Boston for Choice varieties of orange and kum- where she Is prepared to receive a few

summer at various points In the New Capt. and Mrs.\ It. P. Paddlson. formery several days the guests of Capt. and quill\ trees. Address, F. U. CocifKAMC:, boarders Terms: $0 to $"1< per week.
Alr.. J. O. Walton have )Reference: Welaka, Fla. Address 1\111" 13. A.
ire returned to the HAYMEH
opening up a complete stock England States have now returued to \ of Tltusvllle and then to Mount Airy
f Hardware home of Mr. and Mr. AI l most any business m.toon East; Coast" Ocean
E. M. Holman Villa
Chinaware, Glassware their summer home at New London. to upend the balance of the month. at . .
rackety, Worcester Mass, where they will re- -- -- -- -- 60 (/I.! Daytona Beach Fla.
Tinware Paints, Oils Etc., While at Bennlngton Vt they bad the NOW U
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and while our stock Is not all here pleasure of stopping la the house for. Monday when they l leave
time
"I invite you to call and look what to buy your for New York They will sail on the LAND FOR SALE, St. Lucie and Dade
S over merly occupied by Gen. SalYoid of the Fail or Winter Dress. If you want a new wagon or an old
"e have To-day Clyde steamer Comanche on the 2Slh counties. Description of land: West
Revolutionary war a grand-father one repaired write
great Tuesday me. I freight
(Ji"" hardware department will benoted of Mrs. Jerome. ALL next woolen dress and Wednesday I offer Inst., for Jacksonville and home one way. J, D. KNNIH pay 1 S of noithennt >;J and west)t of southeast

for the low prices asked for tbevery goods at COST. 'Twill I Tltusvllle Fla. : >r, seo. 10, township 3:4.: range 30,
pay you to buy NOW. Get ,
best of prices. 101 20-10O() acres St. Lucie
goods. White Leghorn for Sale. ;31erchaualine; und Millinery For I county.
Mail) order:solicited FURNITURE DRY (GOODS SHOES.CHA 'FakeNotlcel West H t of northwest y. and west ;ti

Jon* R. \V ALKE8 A Co, A. OAHIXHH, TITI/SVILLK!:, FLA Hale. of southwest t-4, sec :35' township 3.1..
Price for pen of one White Leghorn One of the handso.nest Merrill
places on
titusville Florida. range 3fl, I\fU'> acres, !Ht. Lode
cock and five pullets $:.Ot. Hot Weather For sate, for cash or on time, with Island known ax. "Tlie Wigwam" county.
Boa No. 2J2.: Eau Gallic Fla. Nece"flIUeH. approved security with six percent Interest belonging; to M 1'... Eva J, Blair, of New Northeast Sj of southeast 3 4% sec. 3.
ICegUtratloti Notice. In York Is for sale or rent, furnished. A township 'IH south, range 41 east;
i Water Coolers: quantities to suit purchaser, a ten room cottage with launch. house close to (0. K. Wood's pineapple plan-
The The Clyde 1,1 lie. papier-mache, three General Stock of Merchandise and Mil new laundry all\ newly )painted analthree
registration books of the town of sizes, 1.73, 12.00. ':.23.. linery. acres In grove \I rlt. Blair lass. tation on St. Lucleriver; 40 I&crell.

'tu.vllia will be opened at the tore of Little Brown Jug Filters, $1.00. Guaranteed If Interested write the just spent several hundred dollars In Dade county.
to
: ohn R. Walker & Co., on Monday, Sep- Get ;your Clyde Line ticket. from to make you live ten years longer. com and undersignedor putting the place la perfect repair layIng Also, the northeast l.c of northeast
.ernber 2ith. Books will close 10 days the agent at Tltusvllle. Do not fall to Refrigerator and Cooler combined. Inspect the goods. This I.It U out flower\ bed. new break water y, seo. 18, township 31 south range
Prior good opportunity, and! It will and board walks, all round the house
r to the day of town election. take the steamer when going North. Just what yon need.' to take advantage of It. pay you so that any one ",wanting lovely winter 41 east; on south fork of Ht. Lucle

R. R. PYLES CHAS. fl. WALTON, JA! PRITCHARD & SOJC IIEI'RY' or all-year-round home will do well;! to river; 40 acres, Dade county.

1 awn Clerk and Registration Officer. Tltusvllle Fla. Tltn Tlll P'la. Si.4w: TwYronu cut this article out for reference. Apply to CIIAI" H. W ALTO. Tltusvllle -
Henderson villa, N. C. Address, L. W. BLAin, Merrltt Fla. \ Fla.11II .





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''I Free and I )' -- Tilt "Md" In Canada. Standard Electric I

i Masons. leaders: who are curious to know Company!
Accepted ,. / .,.;
\ ''d" to the making of a "wild
wllntlO..S
\. / "> The Value of Woman as a (
I political revel" among our northern .
Jacksonville Florida.
.. .. .. neighbors, are referred to the ineuu ,

' 1 1 r Indian ,r;::, No, 90 Government AssetBy hero quoted. uil[ <-h won recently eu- -- - -- -- "

River Tltusville, I Joyed at a picnic Even: by n Liberal
I' Rev. ANNA H. SHAW. President Nitlonal Woman SulTrm A..oclitlon his constltuctit FRED E.
member of p.irllameiit: tQ GILllKUtl;

Lodge. *? x Florida. lr* : In Udiilon. Out. The edibles po
I ? t f H"IAxltsrneetingxthseuenndandronrthlVn4nesduy I j tables etc.. IIh'II"1'1i! of by way 5.0OO "
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of en.'h, month, a* their, room. In thu .. : : :
.utomob11cs
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f Court! hence" TUui. 'HlB, Ht 7:all>o'clock |p. in.M. have heard much of Dr. Os-ler and his theory that the voters amid their fmulliot. were as follows _
+ t 41 8. II....... Wiimlil,' )I'fiil ;.Master.F. I -
value of man's lifo where woman'sbcgins. c :
.A. Morgan Hunlur lvxrdun. a ceases at the age State .
y WE Agent t.'
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t A' Wunlun.J. _
K. Lneluy' Junior\ 26.000 sandwIc' xa.
i J'M. Dlxon"' '1' e'rer.:, I : Hut we have heard little of an equally startling 4UO layer (.nl'.... \ OLDS, AUTOCAKS lull I Kl is \ -
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cretnry.t' 111
+ I P WV '.L ,J. It. Walker I Hunlur'; Duiuion.: : I and important statement made by him at the Canadian 10'J: am [.I i aUes
''' M. t:. KnitllHh .liuiior' IMHUMHI.O. ' ;". 100 Jellv I ii Its -MOTOR BOATS AND STATIOJfAllT EXGINT--
l 11. Walton, :Hnnliir Hlnward. club in which ho warns our neighbors across the i&o: /tinlio. 'f \unllln! Ice cream.
; the stock lu the South . .
., keep largest
A. A AW.ut, .lunlor rttawanl. KM ,.o.-. 1 i .1...i' I d'y t A. J' r tnnev, ". <'liiiilaln.: | I border against the emigration of BO many young women to the United liairiii li-noiiitl Uutteilcn, Coils, Dynamos, Lamps, Horns. Write n. < ,
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M. A. Htuwart, Tyliir.
t at duzcri, hln/C"r nit,. liIces. Mull orders receive prompt attention
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,1J '1 T. I). Knnls: ActlilKTvlnr.Win. States and lie two remedies of which in of inter
r II. McFarlunil" Mwthal.OKI suggests ono peculiar iO dozen k-on! : rour. .
,
brer.tj. ::((7-41 West Forsytb Street, .JAC'Ko< \ ,
20 dozen hliB'r I
est to women, showing, as it does, the IXTHIXSIC value of woman ,doni-n" f .1 It:It OK KAHTKKN MT.tK.FrlnnilHhlp 1 29( down HIK..I watt r.LelAU .
AS A C1TIZEX.-. Osler recommends "an exportation tax of ,
i 1 Chapter, No, It, holds nN meel.hlgx. / rlgarh.S.oini
t I I.inlua!: room' Titimvlllii' "n toe I $100/ to bo paid to the Canadian government by every young woman bags ol' ujjicllen:
r 1I'i'K''I':: : '' TiiHMtliiyn''' In each. '"n'II'' ,I 7::'l I loois: luuoceut to Use
rt; r 1 ii. in. Tho lollowliiK' .aru the olllcur" Aft the who emigrates to the United States or that the government pay $1,000to Tlie spread 1'eI'Y Lightning Mosquito Chas 1
r! Chapter I oiit..li.yibut thu or'I"' ').!.tlou partyMS
1 + r" MINI limn srownrt, W., M, the family to keep her at home." She of course is: to have no voico [1'1( of the .iKlrk-t; t.ioli. u dllTcreut

1' 4 Mm.F.A.MorgsnW.P.11'. A./.Mornnii, \.,nix, 'lato M. in the disposition of her life-the money is not to be paid TO HER. view ittl'l ileiioauceil: the excursion In them from biting and giving
t { )llnr' K. K. Wilson,, Hcoretiiry.MIH. to keep you, yo.i[ fever
4'j 14 7 .f. 'Kllim, 'r"'"""rr. She i id not to bo a free human being, to go where sho may make her such: 1"1'11131,0 oPK'; "uuturualla"ami
1 JlI r..J\1; Dlxon' ( oniliiutrrHH..Minn '' "\till ijolltlvul 1'1,1The "sportsIniiuig.tl Protect the babies-
'
:
}, I u. ('athnrlnuanniN. AHHi-Mlute Con. ]lot to cheese her life's vocation but her be
:: easier are to paidto
; ,
1 ( 1 MlHI jHHHll I HllMlll-rS'' Itlltll.Mr parents In Wets la ktc;lug with the
+' + *,..1.(i .L.o. CiimiUiurit W. Hcohl", ,,Aila.Mm Murtha.MM. . restrain her freedom as: if she were a mere chattel] to be kept in the menu, mind!, will: till exception) of tho It keeps them off I

tl'I' y ; \i A. Hcrlniieitour, Kstlmr.Mm. thei i .cls.ifH tllt:1: >:e altUir sit lote"ts a Ask druggist }your merchant.
$ ,1, g 1 M. Kohlilim Klurta.. country for the sole] purpose of raco propagation for the benefit of your or
d' 0. H. W;I'tunVaflr', : :Sunday:; Kclii,ii l uiu.iu. Ii;"'l\.;.fiitly partytffl'.ua
11 .T. M. Illxon, NNntIUUlIi nation Tho important thing about this statement to ua is that it
"lid" \III
1. It. Walk M.' .h..i. :: !1.4 v ':;> I 1.1. r u.iJie < - --
i v+, u ,J, L. ('arrn r.'o. r., C'liuplulil.THtt shows that in, dealing with women there is: no respect\ for their individuality do.t.' U very tlaUt: In the province of On111 .
FI o !
and XO RECOGNITION OF TIIEIK PERSONAL iO. OD.S'\L.rc..ers:

t'1 t 1'h'' ( R s'r RESPONSIBILITY or even of their separate existence as human I

l ('11 101 lip Klaiuiiiarloii! the French us- Your: ..A ttteD.tioc.:: ZEPlecuco: : :
I entities. Hut it gives us hope, for it sets a value upon the servicewomen ,
; ) trcinotner. won! I prub.ltily' Und It much
I Ii 111ins may perform for tho state, although they are not to receive the punier to get I :'he. --iirlil' 1 to accept With We sell you Groceries at WIIOLESALIPrices. .

i l i > INTNE'I L reward 1 for the service. It is a point gained, however, for political alacrity that new calendar' of his It he

l// economists to admit that motherhood is a service to the state und that .would onl.ItiMprt!. I two or three October Write for our Price List. (,treat1110I1Cy' ) (
Buys lu e..I'1',1;: of the summermontlm.
the government i i" indebted to tho citizen who roars: children. In : saver.The .

time they may see that it is: just that the one who performs: the service

; ; >l SHALL RECEIVE: THE COMPENSATION and that. tho duty 1'K. John/ Paul Jones/ at one time
; Co
wan lu the Kijfslau! navy but as that Enterprise Grocery
and obligation of motherhood] must carry with them the power to protect i Wild over lX( yours ago It cannot reflect 'J]

themselves] in tho high vocation of homo making and child rear upon hid fame as nn able fighter.i 17 1 Bridge St..Jrtt1so11.'il1e .

: ing. They will ]learn that whatver promotes! the integrity and nobilityof - :J/'tlol'jdn.

; M '<;; tho individual citizen ministers DIRECTLY TO THE; WELFARE i

OF THE; NATION, and that i is why a nation is most indebted '


? Since motherhood is direct service to tho state without which no

t1 t A Iliialneitii and Nut u I'hllitiitliropy.Uiidoubteilly . state fun exist, mothers should] have tho ballot to protect themselvesand ', S ] t t. Ml!l.i Washington:Murray! :street.St. 1 r I l NEW X.YORK.Y.
; the cm-rout limitation sl
their children.NO .
; eep over life limn-iiiico! matter! will have u"

1 I ; yp tendency to Improve! the Interests of CLASS OF CITIZENS ENGAGED IN ANY INDUSTRY CAN BE .4 How fine

? policy holders) The world inovm, and TRUSTED TO PROTECT THE INTEREST OF ANY OTHER CLASS your Oranges Pineapplesand

coiuin'tllloii, If nut .Mtutielviice will force ENGAGED IN ANY OTHER LINE OF INDUSTRY, AND THAT IS WHY house looks !I" ,

h RI t ( the coiupniiieH to provide, for security MEN CANNOT REPRESENT MOTHERS IN GOVERNMENT. Yes it's been
Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
I tX and ctllclciicy ut the minimum rates of

44 t I premium compatible In au enterprise 1 painted with represent several of time largest shippers! in your State, and wish< ""mnl

yt where results ore wholly (pronpoctlve.. The Escn-Townsend
i It Is not only ,doubtful but runy bedeclared LucasPaints 1i you also. Give us a trial shipment. Established :JO :y<':n-

+' I Impossible. lluit life lainranrH, And the Railroad RatesBy .

t t4r {, can be carried uu In the umnuer HugRented ESTAIILISIIEI: 18711.M. .
the Ui'eoril-Ileruld --- ------ --- ---
";I by ChU'iiKO/ GEORGE 1\. PECK. Prominent Chicago Attorney

1 h when It says: CONCEDE that fix for interstate (Tinted Gloss) i '
rates
I "Llfo Insurance companlm, whether congress may transpor- Lane & Son

t 1 P mannici'il by Mtock companies( or not I tation. Whether it can DELEGATE THAT TOWER to That's what gives it ,

are pHHentlalljmutual enlerprhiM. Tho n commission is another and! whether-it the bright rich glossy
: question} can give to [ 250 WASHINGTON: STKEET, NEW YORK.
i policy holders. pay In all the money, and
a commission<; executive, judicial and legislative powers is a appearance. Lucas
they nlioiild lake It nil out tiKaln./:: (plmlutereNt
t p d,, /mud less' tin legitimate cxof i greater and moro iliflicult one. I think it probable that the] rate making \\faiats give a higher Southern Fruit and Prote

I ) 1'; 'i IWII..IJ" ILIUUIIKellKMlt. Ill lit) other power may ho delegated] by congress to a commission, but only] gloss, look better and .' I ,
IM ( sense! should there bo. either profit or because f the has ] look better than !
supremo court indulged in dicta to that eiFect. longer oj
I IOHI In the biiHliK'HM." made. ""' Ocl.t'X'l.l..ssioJ.:1.:: :: : : : JMI: : :erchan: ts.
I rV y (Auld|less llfo tiixiiranco itHHocltitloiiH lit *. tR any other paint :

t on the mutual plan. liuve coir.e.: to nrvfvlthln \ A bill (Esch-To\rnscud! ) passed! tho lower house of congress! Ask your dealer. FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
\ this Keiieriitlon/ Hlmply lieeaune
Mt' rapidly. without any deliberation, as if it were the mere regulation of John Lucas & Co rW1'Philadelphia
+ they pruuilMc'd 1 and aimed to (give prolli( Stencils' Cards and our quotations furnished", \ application
+ to nobody but (policy holders '.'hoset interstate baseball contests, but the great interests: of tho country, ki -

t which survive do HO bemuse they exist I __ ___ . _..... .
mercantile " c _,
und cw. -- .
agricultural ,
i manufacturing mining, uro awakening -.- q.,' ... .- - . ."',-.ac'..:-
,
,, us n feature of Itsstll'Illt loft iiuionx those" : & O'Blara:
to tho obvious tact that they are being lll'l'eivclll1Wl ]led the Hodges c
who hare other tl'lItel'llIlllntt'I' Ht". away by Sol< hy .TII!!. I'rltoliiird Ai:; Son ,

f t ; 1. r In the binlm-HM. of strict life limnrnnce Niagara cataract talk of gentlemen who have no knowledge] of Oil TttitHvillc. Flu.Curt ...Manufacturers and Dealers In...
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capital IM. tuvoHH.iry' 1 to cultivatea IXTEJiEST IX this prom question. R"i
broad Held which will give now Mood FOIEYSBONEY I>TAR and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER
It id: certainly not practicable, even if it were wise, to endeavorby Uresstd !
; year by your. .\ reserve la n'pcemuryIn
PneumonIa
t ( 'f order to nu..'t c-ompetltlon and (>xceKslve ]legislation] to eliminate the activities which Ho at tho basis of com- Coldsi Prewonta Orange Box Meiuls; Fruit and Vegetable Crates, Moulding;; Slniu 'r. "**'

ilrnhiM, 11M In tho case of opldcinlo. merce, trade and traffic! and to substitute in their place'] the KIGID Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Flu Write tin for prices HinFJ.WE ", rendto : l.
any part of the) State. Address: 1 lodge & O'llara, Buffalo I;
"I", Cnpltnl' I. no mutter who controU COXTUOr.Xn HEGULATIOX THE -
r. of u paternal government. That
( It, must make money. In life lu-
1 I aurnnoe the cnpltallHt. Nets out to make is: the Chineso method. HASBROUCKMOTOR. WANT EVERY GROWERIN ,

i i money upon money by a mpiaro\ deal.Ho Tho hill which passed the house utul was considered by the senate

1t , otters what tho policy\ holder considers for several months does not possess n SINGLE( merit\ of statcamanbhip. ? THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS :
I for what he
value In exchnnio
(t. himself rUlII"'nhl.tl,,; premium I do not pay thh with any desire\ to indulge in unfair criticism:; "FLORIDA. VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida ('+i..i."FLORIDA ...-
STARTS EASIKH: RUNS :
/STEADIER, ORANOES."-A book of special Interest to Orange (dr"' "
[ t' for en rryhtg.tbe risk There are\ Ilteiil but it was PO plainly] driven through tho house under whip and spur 1'lltlo
iil ) I GIVES QKEATKIt EFFICIENCY: "FLORIDA STUAWKERRIES."-Uooklet on "Soil: Vailetlcn. \
l 71 Insurance companies' run on thin plait'that that no one finds it consistent with fair treatment of all interests concerned and( Fertilization."
!I are as jCoIHI us n Kovcrnment' hunk anti lines Kl'I
to defend it. "IIU 1l l'OTATOES.-Booklet "Soil Seed and Cnl' I
1'' LESS GASOLIY1.- on Planting
and If there are shaky companies It Is -
? not the fault of the .system but of the THE MORE IT IS DISCUSSED THE MORE FLAGRANTLY OUT per Home feet of Fertilizer, Digging: mind Shipping.

authorities whoHo duty It Is to make RAGEOUS DO ITS PROVISIONS APPEAR. THAT IT CAN EVER BE- Power than any other Engine; miule.Wo "PINEAPPLE F.aTILIZEIOf special Interest to Pineapple' h

+1'r them live III to the laws under which COME A LAW IN THE UNITED STATES WHILE THE PEOPLE RE. continually demonstrato thl.... "IDEAL FKRTILIXERS.: "-Book showing all our different Bian.v.' ''1's"1

1 t they operate.An MAIN CLOTHED IN THEIR RIGHT MINDS IS MORE THAN I CAN Price, Etc. .
1 i uy BELIEVE. Commercial sizes! S to .1K Horse Power New and revised editions of the above just published, out freo foi t t"S'

American who has I IHH'U abroad( Special Light: High Speed sizes from
1 WILSON COMPANY.
---- -- & TOOMER
I 20 to 2.M> Horse Power FERTILIZER
t; for some Is struck with the rage liuula hard
years ('o1l1l'r'lI'kly upon the (jt>ueruH Knrolvt mill Oku are members -
r 1' / for putting handles to names which much used proverb. 'tl.'p\lII.\ prove' of the rn-sbyterlun, church, Vice - - JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. -
--
l la now ]revaleut In this country. He the rule," UtM-lnrlnit it to l Benj. W. Jerome
>o nonsome.fho Admiral 1'rlu: H "u Presbyterian, rider 1 -- ------
11 F1 t Ob8'rvthllt In hid lifetime Daniel origin of tho tiiiyltitf In traced to .
i delimit Sarrutn who commanded thaJnpunose STATE AGENT, IF: YOU WANT A.
.
h and ,
Mr. Webster
Webster wu simply u mutt xhn In Scottish law to the Ny..tthnt
f01'14-s In the wnr with Chloit
'' WEST PALM BEACH, F'I.OHIDA.F .
not "&'lIntol'" Webster. Not content I except i>robtit iviiulam.. In which I nim "I'( to the time of his death president ---- -

with giving high; political titles, many lirolmt" does in>t menu "[troves," but I of the Tokyo Young/ :Men's Christine

now have the custom of tacking ou "tent," and "rt'K'ihim" does not maeau"rule :nr'itloii.' : anal both Field" Marshal } liniIOmYA.'If:TAR Building Lot

!i[ 1)) r the name: of the simplest otllccs. und" ." but "rullins.Vlioit: the ruling : Oyuin.i IIn.llmlr,1 Togo! ore tops iAo cough sald h.al.luDg .. ,
S 1 cnllingx---tts "councilman."sieloctuiun, if u Judge; I U .111..111111\.1 liy' tiling uu ('Itrist 11111.
t foivcnster," und even "conductor." In ('xo.'|itlon, the ruling IK tester by a tleIblnu .. .
., or a lot with a BUILDING REACT FOR OCCUPANCY
olUclnl circles, both civil ,
the highest .
the hence "The
\coptlou
on
p ; t.\-: Acoordinr to III'. 1'l11nlbbott., national
l uivl[ military, titles aru roservtil 1 tor 1'\1'111111 tests the rulliiK"voul,1 be the : |pride U one of the four great I!. most careful, Tb.r..nue. .. LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, "

', I formal occasions when they mean proper rouilerlni! timid one having: ; littleppllcntlou vices. of \u1t'1'Il'uu4-gl'l1l1l! for wealth.l and garliensrr.vurywber. PINEAPPLE PLANTATION or TRf, I h ' |L

1 1 39 i romcthlntf.Udward .'---'-'- -- --- ii [ lu everyday.. nffulrti.foUovln spirit l of 'iite ii n.l the theory of Indl- B-place..-tU eonfldenr.*kind that In neVer Ferry fit*II. We probably have. for sale Just what you are seeking:;
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Tidtiat liberty |H>IIIK the others. If uftellng If. lilt
Settlers are Hocking in but still there is room
l :: Atklusoii nays that the productivity Closely /{ the death" of an of national pride however, bas F YSh.
of the J\1It1oll.I..1tl1l an annual Viuerlcnti A\ho fell from looking this way, drop a line to
ka* fyh' u flylun,: machine may tendency to lend American citizensto J 1 1tIold
w I return e>iuul to about fll'3:: per capita while niiiklnii u trial trip cline help unite. this the beat. and greatest ft JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rd VIce.Preeta5nr\

V n' and that all who upend more than that he resort of two succt-isful tr'ps. tu country lu the world Pr. Abbott ought
...b.. rode yean. FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY,
amount yearly are getting more than Europe. n>e fact Unit the name pi'la- not to tlnd fault with It. Tbey r p.'rlnrut. LA:
F
But If tliOHe br all dealer. loo: n..dAu..l AUOIJSTIN FFOLrnfoirr !.
1, tfielr share of good things. Iple was the feature of each inachii.w ---- ST.
t I who spend In excess of their share are may mean that the secret of the bud) A .r'w'- Aaatveraarq. D. M.frit FERRY tor tbeMeKlOfD. CO.. '
'" I. the ones who earned In excess the deal may have been fouuj, mud l It properly The Jews celebrate this year the two .Mick. TAR rri5mDNEY
d: I hundred and fiftieth anniversary of P" F
{ + Ii. about juare. i applied, the problem of aerial navigation Rioat
> ; Ili ; will be solved their settlement In the Vnlted States '.r .../.."r..' eafa. ..,.. df..Itat.aks.. .14MJ. aid Bla."arr

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hAST COAST ADVOCATE, SEIMEMBKK I 8. 1905.ED ; 3

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y: rofeYonal Oardt' GENERAL DIRECTORY. HINDOO' SAGE'S MISSION however different external names niforms '

1 ; nniy be. ritualistic Ini'tiutntlons and liturgical 1 mirer whoso" name nnd nationality
I". 8. SENATORS. -- It must be admitted by those who nre clinntlngs, alternatively plaintive and however, not 1I.IIII..l'h.. says the Pall

[ M. BOBBINS J. Y. rMlnrerro.. .. ... . .. . J..rk..onvllle. Ramanathan familiar with Indian llfo that Christian tier(.,. The l'I'II'dhl\J of flames\ was also I I Mall.! Inettc.. It N an old fpm. which
B. K. Mallor)', .. . .. ? .reuimcoli. How Hon. P. Hopesto Influence In tho east has In reality observe''hiat! the door wax burst the donor avers belonged' to find win

|A I'ORNEY i AND COUNSELOR I*. s. CUMiRESSMRX.Frank : : : Spiritually Aid Mankind.BY I-een not only In. extent but In open by the police a man of hints" sta used, by Napoleon I. and has since

AT-LAW. Clark.. .. . . . . .. . .I.aket! \.. inullty nod beneficial effect far from turevas "seen clntlied'In\ a long white [been' Ireninrcd! ns nn heirloom lu till

f5 I i H, .M.Spiirkman. 11. Uiinur.:.':::.':.:::.':: .::::. ::. :Muntlutil.o..Taini.ini. : what It has been supposed to bo by ..sheet his eyes rolling wildly ami In pentlomnirs I'll mill'. "Napoleon. says

|] practice In State and United States L'. 8. LAND OKFICK. UNIfYING RELIGIOUS SYSTEMS [lln.se wlu hn'1'It It their support. his hand a bood i stulned IlIIlf.r"uu.l the letter accompanying/ the !gift "set

(Court H. 8. (liulib .. ... .. . . .... .. .... ...n"lCl"wr. It Is ,..t'l.tlllul11'1, \" that human nature him a number of wax candles shed u all upon tho destruction of Husgln yet
mice at TITUSVH.I.K FLA.L. W. (I.Kulilimon,.... .. .. . . . ....KucalvurUtlloes Is so constituted that when n man's mystic !light/ and on 1\ piano, which had got no farther than Moscow. You and
at
I>II'\: ItnIEST.: Ivnernl Now: VUltiuif the Inll1 : l IIr whUh they may be replaced\ lamb. .\.. u ini'iisure of precaution" trick{ lull Known how to cut the liar's
GAULDEl.ATTOR."iEY.AT.LA, :Napoleon 11. Hniwnnl .. .. . . ... . ..Oovetnor claws nnd for all. To therefore
I H.l'liiyCrnwforil! .Bucretury 8tte Stntea, 'o llrlntr the Thought nt i 1'\'" likely lo be HO inseourely rooteil into Itnneni has been taKoti Into custody.H once you

)r. V, Knott,. .. ..::' ::::'" . .. Treasurer.: the Orient anil the Ocrltlent IiilvIlnriiinn have little determining. effect upon by right Is'longa" this weapon
W. W. II. FIlrs., .. . . . .
AloniiiC.1 ('nmin' .. Altor.-Ie..r..l.,Comptroller )., Alen I'rmnotInK lletir.....iTlieni 1m hnriicter or future slHrer.NtIII % |>..Ici...'.. (Ant l-'or .J.nrrnl. Ojnnm.lii whose eixtwhllo possessor would Indeed
notice, In all the Courts of the State Itdlclin:; ;, . CotmulaalonorAgtI'ulrure; ;; |' ;; | ;:: : Lore more serious; however, Is tint 1111' .1. '. ''in.i'1 of Japanese army himrejoiced' had I he been able
ma the United .. .. .Hunt. 1'lIhllo IiiHtruutlim Hrotherlx have .
to witness Ihe vlctorlf* gained :
J. ('llIr1 It. Kimter.. . .. .AiljiitautXeneraltlnbii [ fact that change of faith on the part Is "reportci! t In have .licen the recipient : you
II 40x. :738. TITU8VILLE FLA. llni'lfonl .. . .. . . .ti>r-(4eiieral. There Is, I bclU'Vp, no deeply andaluvt'rt'l.v I of lllinlo.is. Is generally brought about of a unl.jiu-. gift ?from a niiropenn nd- III the present '
!to t:. KHBO ... .. . .. . ... . .. State. ('lieiiilBt I
FruustAneel .. . . . . Stale Examiner. ri'Iluloim tuiin who does nut b.ilrMlre. to secure material benefit.Kniploymont. lay"I
WEBB, otlli-uii at Tallnliimnce, Flurlilu.KUmtllA reel a pl'ofollll.11I1t'I't'"t\ In all sliders : ; both under the KngllH1" I

LKHISLATUUE.K. reunions lif ', tuiil I feel tliorcforo nultoeuro /giivernnient nnd that controlled l by nil-

ATTOUXEV-AT-LAW[ M. IlitilHon. \Mlanll. .. .. . . .. . Senator tluit alslt to tli<> Uiiittnl Stilton" otlli'liil westerners' resident. In India. THE TURN OF LIFE
C. K. iliiiHtuail. [, Fort I'hll"
i I notice In the Courts of the 7th Ittiprorteutative. from u mini In tln Ill I..t. dojjroo; : rep Is CiviiUi'iitiy" ; : dependent upon. religion

non-relentsi SUPREME: COURT JUlXlfcB.M. retu'iitutlvi' of the Ulfill of the uplrlt- nlilliiitliins. This was no dinibt to tutu \ 0'
[ H. "liry. ., .. .. .. .. . . ...Chief Juntlce. I
rents Kll.nrter, . .. ,.., .. ,.A.I..lateJII..tlce.. ual life of nil la, pre-eminently the been i'\pecteil. I Ill the absence at least

I i' irn.r.E, KI.OKIOA. M/K.Taylor. .. ...... .. ... .. lund ul'( lofty Hplrltu.il. Idi-uls. will have of special 1 preenntIons, Mince. one natu

UAII.Itll.VI (COM.MISSIOMiliMT : Stvut intHivHi., [ Miyti) Myron II. {'Iwll'" I'nll.1..1". ... to have about him those A Time When Women Are Susceptible to Many

.,,'" H. Itrowntt, ehiilrnmii. Key Went. In the CurlMlliui ItcKlstor. I refer to who appear to sympathise, utth his.
PENNEY It. lluilaon "'\I'r. .. . . .. ..Mttle Klver. C. M. n. Dread Diseases-Intelligent Women Preparefor
11011. I1. Kiininiiiituiin K. C. .
.
Ideals. lout the deplorable' result hits
..
h.I.nryan. .. .. . ? .. .. .KlK.liiiniui".
It. C. Hiinn i-lwrk .. ... .. . .. ..Manlmu. solicitor KctH-ral of I'eylon who recently been to produce a das* of time servIng It. Two Relate their
Experience.
ATTORNEY-AT-IAW, HaaiiiiuurtvrH and otliros at TallaliiiKMiw/ Kla. shrived In New York uiul will Hindoos which embraces" a largi'

i n.l.K.: Kl.OBIDA. ('III\Tr COt1tT. probably l spend pltfht or ten month In part of the so called Christian converts
Minor S. Junim, TUunvlllo.. .. . .Circuit Judge the United: States.Mr. The "chanjroof II f.."III .,
"+.ictlco I in nil the courts of the 7th J. C .I""".. Diliuuiii, . .f9' secatingAtturnsy. In the, country who have nominally tow most critical period /q apsle17//.
Judicial Clicult.K M..rh'IC'I'.rllt.nrlh| %Mcuulay Marrh. I Uniiiuniitluin Is the loiulluic man at least repudiated their Inherited of a woman's. existence. ape
Full I'uriii-l-'ipurili .Monilay In lic-tolwr. of the Hindoo population. (about ou>- faith and formally adopted ChristianIty and theluxl..t.v felt by ,

lIItt\\HIJ:. I.Ol_,_N. _iv_ ('IIt'n'r. half of tho whole) of Ceylon, being u with the hope. of securing employ women us it draws near ,o 0 Ow

"fs: ANDREWS A. n. '.e'"..' .. . .. .. . .. .County ,tuili0 promluiMit nieniber of wlint baa long havelost la not without :
II. I.. Itanidim.,, . . ITiwrciltltiK toss I. Thesi' uni'ortmmle people rctiMon.Kvery .
A. A. Htinvult. .. Coilllty Attorney.Clerk: boon tlio vh.ft Hindoo fnnilly, both In the sustaining,/ Intlneiiee their l woman who \ o p

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, HlirliiirTciiiiHiiniul. Monil.iv: In M..).. wealth "nil diminution, of the Island nntlve religion without securing a' ny neg-lcets the euro of her 0
Stunn'er'rerun-und[ aionel. In
ty AnKiint./: health at tlil.i thus lnviteN \
,snot Judge of St Lucle County. Fall T'rm-toI""nllII..hw, lu >.ovf>inlier. from INTO to 1SIKJ ho represented his elllclent( \ Hlilislltule for It. t'oiiseiiieiit|
disease I and
Winter in--Hi-i'onil Monilay[ III February the council and pldn.
nice in U'Klolatlve I-
ly they tire as a class, although nmuln.illy \\ hen herayatem is Ina
Four rUIICt, FLA. CtH'XTI't'1I00I.. HOAItO. since tbo hitter Ante him blew solicitorKiiii'riil Christ. In us. ,[ulIl' wllhont 1111I,1IJlI"I. deranged condition e /e 0

1. R. Walker. 1'I1I."rllltttu.l..nt.' | . . .Tltimvillu.MeiulierH of the, uolouy. Ho wu" u dole .. of 1'l11l1'1I1'11'1'. There' results fromthese or she In prodisposed to o Ij "'
-K. it. Arnold Malabar U. K. Mitts,,
; the last celebru- '
to nunlvermiry
'1'I':1'IJI,: EN: E. FOSTER, KiHmvttntuni ; J. A. Cat: 'tor, rurnbiill.COUXTY gate conditions among me Intelligent' apoplexy or congestion A", a
COMMISSIONKItS.! \ HUll In honor of Queen Victoria." natives of the country who observetlium of allY organ, tho tendency t "

ATTOKXKYATLAWJyalUpchurch.I5uildin" R. A. C'inklliiK' chairman Tllltnan: will K. lint It I lit on his I learning mud spiritual a feeling of resentment' n.'harden is at tills period C

Walker, ritilmnlo; Joliu It. Mint, Iiiilianiila. ; insight that Mr. Unnwmitlmii'H chief hog against all I I western npprnncln"s.which likely to bocomo active
;, ..Iax.I 1. .V. Wooli-n. Ccii-iui. ; 'I'[. J, Cuukuliutt, 1.II ...- clHlm to (tlnrtlon rests. Ills reptile -und; with a host of nervous : .w a
thespreiid !
(Jninttn.Ki'milur. Is a most effective harrier to
I IACKSOMVII.I.K:, I KI.A. Hennl.iiin are kohl IIrut Monday In each. its a uplrlluiil. teiu-lier Isery high of Christian Inltueiices.If irritations, inulto q
life burden At this
.
.,..lItU. a
-- ----- among bis suuutry'111"11. In this reaped theref.MV, It be possible, as MrU.iiniiiuillian's time, also cancers nnd p y'
KIlKVARn COUNTY: DFF1CEUS. bo l ill entwined to tm ono of the
: efforts and the success tumors are more liable !
p
A. I>. 'onlloy.'fltIlMvllle ;. .... . County Judge, In all India. Those who O
EAVEN REVEALED. 1>. I.. UaiiMun !ririiHville; . I'nm Alt'y, greatest I men which has nlreu.ly' attended\ them Indltati' to form and begin their
A. : ; ; : \:: .: .: ( ; I Know him well Indeed !refer to him that It 1:4.' to energies destructive I,. '
IMIrIfallunlFunyllLtille
1'. . .. .'faztAnxxxxn. of tlume who have en- dtrf''ttth' Such: warning .
1-:. VV. Hall ritimvlllo. . .. . . . ..Tax Collm-tor.; is one Bilges which are now .11'\ spreadingChristian symp
By BENJAMIN FISKE BARRETT. John Iliinry 'ritumllla ... . . .. ?'rreimnn-r. lowed India with the' (profound and Ideals. Into channelshlcli I I. toms nn sense of an ITo
J.K.Walker, 'ritilnvllle . .. ..Hnmriiitenilunt| 'ICIt'I'lou" majesty of spiritual wlsloni I cation hot flashes headaches 1 (
.r.lI. .'rh'., 11,us vlIIu.A' Hurvevor.J. Bg shall t >I O
uynty dread
; "q 1' :;Itgx7 inches : Large: Type : . P.l4ruwnTItnaviilo.. .. . :.. : . ,Mlmrlir. -an, In abort a Hrnliinii-jiiiini[, or t fWogs / / \ of backaches, 1 O
Kino Cloth. W. 8. Xorttuoil 1'itiinvillu, ReiilHtratliinciltluer.TITl'SVlLLIiTOWN of Impending1 evil timidity
mower of od--a! term descriptive
,Ih.I.I.1II..h I
Ic wb Ilion I they are "ounlsln the ears
COUNCIL the hlglH-st Mplrltiml, development to will be gained not only In theeffectcneHH palpitation of the hearsparks ,

a limited period this book is offeredat tax R.: colldi'tor.K.: Roll ins.: K.mayor It. 1'ytett; Van, clerk Worloy and,iilamhal treaHiirer and; which innn eau attalu.Sio of the appeal. but 'In tin'eonseiiicnce bufora the eyes,

,lolin Henry tax HHM'MHor; .1. R. Walker F. A. t Imporlunt for us, Mr. Uaiuanu- | '' to tlie character of those irregularities! conM.lpu-' Ulap 0011 [5tfi auttallUta.UuSo
trade 50 cents. Morgan. J. r,. t'ttrrilt'iern.' W. H. llrannliiK and h.ui Is II perfect muster of Ole English tlon variable appetite, De
nbove I
races n. II Prlti'li.inl', eouniMlniMn The oiinnrll,, iniHit. who are Influenced, while\ nil. Wt'nl'11
itli rents ixntnue (or mailing.CONTENTS. II rust TuuMilay hi each "mouth.TlrfSVlLMf angling'. whilst he sp"lIks"t'U without the imlllcntlun of mankind the recognition / and I inquietude 4f il 1 ci
und JU/.inesH: : are Qlii ;
and Ue has 'j
accent u /
lilI tltl/) OK TIIADK.ft. :. a foreign of the! undoubted fuel lists under. hfeded

M. llnlilitnii, | names << who are 0OIIUUussO.OOaas011.ODu.t70010ntO
1.5) .
? Rust nerretary. Meeti* netionil Weilnemlav -.
Orl>:lII .>t Angel*.-Tlie Eaueutlnl[ Nature of. nlclit In each. nioiith at theIr ....."".. ease and llteraluro, of both the oust but the one religion II''* there Is but approaching the period

--Character the Annuls.-Testimony mud tho west, lie Is therefore fitted as one Sod In tho universe and !In tlii in life when woman's. wrote you for advice and romm..nrecl

,"ripture'. The Sure W..y to Heaven.-I'rai'tl- Application fur Tax Deed. 110 one wLo has (preceded him lu visit. hearts of men will be. brought appreciably ( may be expected.Uhese with I.ydln K. Pliikham'H V"Ke-

1"1 i "NIP"f tliU DiaolOHiiro.[ --Environment lug our shores to ho to us n perfect hierpreter nearer.Mr. syiiiptunn are C'oiiipoiind n" you ,1Itol. and I am

!li'in nand Wlmt Determine lt.-flcloty lu of eastern Ideiid and modusof culls from nature for t'any that nil ( ymp-
.QI'ndor. Hi'i' ". 8 of ('ha|'. 4HHH, Laws of Klorlila Kiinmnnthan will spend this summer .. Mia and I 1 have piumxlanfely through
( A Heaven for tho Non-Chrlntlaii Ills. distinction and wealthare are cryliiff out for al' .
thought. uutll September at Off'11,1'1', Change of Lift, a well woman. I am
til Are KarthlyltulatloimhlpiiContlniiml In '1\r: o'rl'EISIiERE11YOIVENTItATIA: \ [ : 'I'EO.: cry should lie heeded In mwllofne all
of In largo measure guurintees -
Xl WTKWAIU'" imri'haiuir Tax 1 irtlni-ate course Eliot Me., where he will deliver several K. rinlihum's lour t my
'a' Huetinir soul KeitoKnltlnn of Krluinlni Lydia Vf -Mrs. E. U Chester
X... 2, dated the lut tiny of July, A. II. IIHII, for the sincerity of hU efforts laxiioiindlug Iulo lyl'LII.
|i I. .a'' IttfjiiveneHrpnve, mill Oruwtli fit lleav- muluupPhcntinntor. lax ileetl to iHunn In anrorilanre his views of philosophy of Pnltli" nnd kindred topics and will of woman a system at AVoiiiaii's CUSP.

-11. mos and,[ llonien" in Heaven:-narmentH sots law. Haiti, certlllratn enilinicun" ellglou, and he Is u very winning andttraotlvu meet all who wish: to make his ne- period<< of her life. It )
the Inlloulnu; ili-Hiirllnnl, Hltnateil In rhiuiBrn of lifo words cnnnot )r-
""'onChllilren, [In Heaven -Sex and Mar-. llrevanl county, Florida, to-utt iiropiirry: speaker und a man of greatclinrnt 1111111111111"1'] In the foil11': Kamnrni- atr..njfthl'nll tho female whet I My phyHlc-liin sail, I

' llunveik. Work IlIlle.nen.--The Tlirre North }4 of Month ',? of. w.lurvln riranr.Hlivtlnn of manner and JI'I'HOIIIII1I11'UC\ than will reside for collie tlmo In ornl'lIr builds up the weakened "-"""f'I'''ftulr..rl' 'ontltnn of th.womb. One
'' nmlfnvItolhoot.-Eternall'rugressln, [ eaHtThe. :'If, lownnlilp i'llHoutli, rangeoit 34 and :'M tl'r. His Is therefore, I think exceptlomllly New York mud Inter will probablyvisit It has curried I ri>,ud mime t.llllnnhol.of women

inaoi-Utlon,, of Angola with; Man. flaM, "lam) lieinur aiHeHHHil ac the dune of the well iiuuUtie.l to secure th"rf't'lI't't't safely through thU crisis nlrVonH."I hind 1..1 c-unxl 1'1th J. t'lnkham's
of the
the cities
country.
Nun ini-e of such certlllfaie In the' name. or attention, ' and affectionate N- principal For special advIce tabla C'oinpoiinil ..\1.1 to try It
T. NAPIKIt moons said rertltlratii. shall Imreiloeineil portant period women write.you for advice. niinllrlne
ADDItESS ai'ttorilltitf to Uw, tax il..eil will INHUBthereim gird of Amerlcnns.I write to Mrs. Hnlcham me a will woman, and all my bod iymp-
MONUMENT at
HE NUNC LICET PRESS on the I lull ilavnf Hi-ptenilirr,A. D. I'Hiv' bare still to mention what l la perhaps TO SLAVES. aiHin illwi|>|>mirpd.
WitneHH: my ollU-lal I I niirnatnre and Heal his) the and It will>e furnished advlHneviTV womnn nt thin perlml of Ufa
47 tlih ilav nf, AiiKHHt,, ) . Mr. Ilumaimthnn's chief claim ton
; WEST COULTER STREET, A. > limn.Ct. An Appeal of chnrjfn.Kead .
ty n smother Woman your n".I..lno and write you for ad-
.
PHILADELPHIA[ PAt11 ( Ct.Clrt'iile Hiiall ..lIrt..r Hrevaril\. A. H'rEWAIt'rClerk Conniy.. Plnrli, cordial I reception from westerner, l'or If. Ire..tlon. what Lydia E. -Mm. 1.1710 ", Halt>m, Ind.

Bl-Bt Hy U. A. ''HI WAltr. D l C. the fact, uainely/ ,' that bo bUM made 11crltll'u Mrs Knto "'. Mniro of Oakland.Miss. pound did for Mrs. ] << Lydia K. rinkham'ii Vegetable

I> \ KAIL TO SEE Till: WALD I. extensive and sympathetic ., writing recently In tho Con fod- Illnkle : did for Mrs Ilyland and

< -iell-lockinK/ Tackle Blocks at Jim. Application /'or'l'ax I>ce d.Tnler l. study of Ole fbrlstlan Scriptures and ernte Veteran, Hays: DlarMrs"I hind, T'lnkhllml-tKi nnuirt>rlnK Illnklo It will do to any woman

8'riMiiird &: Son's store, TltuAvllIe.1a has written exhaustUe eommeutarlus "I have Just 1'1"lfIII: II Mary Etnlarl'sgrand womb for years and wee \ time of life.
on the gospels of St. Matthew and St. ('hanlC"Ot Lifts womb has conquered restored
[ t Section M of sentiments My
Thousands: of them soiling week- Chapter ""HH. Lawn nf FloridaTOTICElshcrebygiveuthat In the Mnrch Veteran
/ John mud u portion of the 1'aalms of len; inv Htomnc-h wits nor; I and raln. cases. that
y tliroughout the North. They are [ : 8 H. Owen* anti I In regard to a monument to the faithful .\irk Mouth N, snot wits' vary h, prololjfIl
JJ, 1. I'. I.lttle. pnrtnem. at Owens and David. These works display, u spiritof I blacks: of the south. Melng In full tl'ly lle.1
}ittei> with the Walton-Vlnton Roller little, piirrhaoernf, tax rertlllcaw; No. 8IlatellIlie4dlavof.lune the deepest reverence, nod as tile Lydia E. ..tlnkham'setctable Compound Succeeds Where Others Fail
with her
sympathy In all her
flied
views
D..
A. IHim' has .
.cu nk 'DUO of the heat inventions inI'1' author Is Imbued with -- . .
thoroughly the
Halil
i-FrtllliMite In my dllli'e, and has inailii "I"| I wish to emphasize her Idea that right -- -----
' May also bo seen at tie illi-atliin lor tax ileoil til louse| In wnordmwewith I Ideas of Indian civilization and wholly
law. Haiti. > now Is the time to begin the noble '
rprtllli
atoeinbrai-i V!1)1 < A K", Office. Inn iliwrrlbeil property. situated In Hrevan I loyal to them nut l to tbe Indian Scriptures work and I would esteem It un honor .n1E J < : .
'e..nlv. Florltlii to-wlt-: hU of the lllble I'IUN : ;
Interpretation tu: IMMM
\Is 115.
-- --- .an'\tLJpl
to b '
< tbn
All l.otIIonsof, Kilbillvlnlon of I*. F. Kontalne among flrst to begin working
I Untnt Na'tlnn| 41 I. Tuwnshtp] :tfl South essentially a harmonization! of tho two for the I'll UII... WIIIMKIHH, ANI> UnANII'S.:
Range 34 rft"t. religious systems. He finds in the' -'-- -- .
: The milil" land. 'lielnir "assessed at the date' of the "A few Instances: from my own life -- -
grG IrtAiianoe of such rertlllratii In the name of I'... teachings of both tho Old 1 and >'ewTestaments will show why my heart should dictate Express PrepaId Lamp's Boer.
CII'" known. t'nh'.. ...ronilli-ate. shell Im reilemneil the leading doctrines of f 0....
._, N Celt iii-rnrillnK '" l->w. tax deed will l issue thereof such a IItpp.Iy: mother died when I full (]Jiiurt iiimiHiiru 4 tot.Il (lie 121lt. KalHtair liwr . . . .i.nr. .f[
; u on the 2Atli day oi September A. 1' ['IIe. the sages" of Itidlii fuuud In the great was four' years old, leaving three little lliintliiK limb, liveiilHt 19 11 f' ell f1 IHI Kitrn; I'nla.' .. . . . I :
U a8.8 iritneseloyuflirl.1; HfKnatnre: ; and Bfal thin UpaulshiuU. the Illicgavud; tutu and > ... (County liye .. .. 428 1 1"1.,1., . . .. .. ... .. . . . . I INI
the 2Mh ilav AtlifllHt A. )>., I'Nin.' girls myself the oldest, nnd It was an Monoifruni IVI. . . .. ..8t: ., 111 M '1 ' iliirkColinrwr .. .. . . . ..
F 8- (SealnrClrcultCunrt.. ) A. A.NTEwAIt'r: other sacred writings In Bauskrlt and old 1 black mummy who cured for us Iliinnu'H ".44" ItveHiiolal . . .. ..:, 71 n u) a W/ iinporteil . .. .. .... 2X1.1 tl
Clerk ('Ircllit tau.rt Hrpvjrd mnintr. Klorlila Tomil.1'11o0'steemhlwhh'hIr. lirnim .. .. /, cM5i4Is' HIIK, A hi. |>'lntn .. . ... .. .. .. .. ... 72M1
c.s \ S'e.! JI, t'. A. 8TKWA RT, 11. C. .. till tho new mother came ti,) take the JorWh'.k", V . . ... ... ..:71. Si ,5a II Jill CIIIIUatll..t.l.ht., .. .... . .. . .. .. !
itnuuuutthunis :2
place of the lost .. 1''blr.I ... ..
--- one. My baby .Iiter'lI .. 171IHI I/
: held 1 his countrymen Is ludl- .1'1.lo| | Ir".ly .: Bulk Goods, Jugs Froo-Not
I Application for Tav I >ee<< 11. nmong crib war placed in the cabin by 11.111' . . .. . :171, / II
C) ruted l by the fact that sliico his cowlUl'utlll'If' mammy's bed. and It was nn old black I "II..V..III . . . . .3 :I 111 Prepaid..nn .
b i"' '' oa the gospels' appeared orthodox : Nlrth arll.ln: ( Irll. . . . .. 71 /,It, 111' per (lnl.-IIy tin, Corn. (1..[ flrnda.
., lender Section H of Chapter 4mw" Laws of PlorlilitTOTIK hand that tenderly rocked! It for many' )1""ot,11 Corli . . . . . . . .:11 Jinn lMt \>.r (lnl.-lty os, mn, Cnrn, Item fin
pundits of India[ have fur the ... 71 I/ ( .
a a night and we lisped .I" . . .. .. 42M1 Duality.ii
-\ : It hereby given that H. K OWHIIH ,am t first time In history undertaken to our prayers at Meilfnnl I '"I . .. . . . . :11 nit 1VI (IJ'M1 prr U01.-Rye, (Jin, Corn It Um. Uu.t'
'" ;rtNO ..l\. .1. C. Little/ i'o partner. an uw..n* anil l I.It' a black nmumiy's knee I>raia Hmn.ly" . .... .. .. .. .111 8 ) I/ 1)1 for tint mousy .
... tie, pnrrhlaserw of tax i-ertlHRare No,. 4. trnnslnte these Scriptures, followingMr. "During the war, while father King of Knntuiiky 'Imnrlon' .. ,,3 11 ..HI 01 I I Ilb: ji per tlHl,-:'41" lue. I'csch find Apple
.. my
< eluted thofttll tluy of April A, It. |11:1: ? less Illeilnalil I'urtNh"rrynrAngellca'sus / II iruinly Mellowed lir Atn.
Itamannlhan's (
3 rertlHt"kte in my .olllre and nan. made a.|>- hlltl'lrl.tutlon, Into was In the army, my mother nnd four 71 1/) "I.HI I".i' ,, Rye, Mortal
Drop
m ta filtration for tax ilmil, to Issue In act-orrliinc-e the Indian vernaculars In order thatthey children Amuirtiiinnt nllnwnit nn alt RnndN, of vame f.I.1'1"1
(1) .3. with law. Haiti certlnnat' embrace the tollow- lived on this plantation u mile --- .. --.- -peony I) T-.-- .--Duality.-
., Jnir ilent-ribetl firopurty BitiiAteil, in Itrerart may bo carefully read and studiedby from any other white person and wereprotected 1t If-127N West .
= e.tJ cnA counttFloridato wit: the people' ( of I n<1ll1. Heretofore thoChristian by a faithful old : Aflal. Ht. "iueksomlilc. "In.e .
cU All Pet"rPnurhanllbrant l Section 31. Town I negro man,
0 dlilp m South, Itanpa 34 tjuit. Bible bus been a .euled bookto who was father's foreman. There were
.a \
; The alit" land lielnir aAHemieil at the date of the them the missionary translations about
:1 > iKnnanco nf such certificate in the imiim of Cs, seventy-five negroes on the place, .e,11w s. M
sz
oo.SIT.
value :
having no to orthodox Hindoos.Mr. <
< ? known Unless said certltloata shall. l>e retleeuitl and ho superintended<< everything and : : .
= aoonrihnff law, tax ilHetl will Input thereon Ramaoathan! has thus Indicatedn
made the crops. After'the surrender hills mar .. JACKSONVILLE. '.
.
FLA.
.
the 25ti! of .
on day September A. D l'f>5.
'
;1 practical method for
.g U) Witness my ntllid.il Denature and Mat thla bringing the be remained our 'right hand' until
tlQ .... thn'JMii: tiny of August A. !>.,run. ) thought of the east nod west Into harmony death claimed) him.

."C9... C) .:;; !:J e.C7,) (' 'NetAn1UIrcnltl Clerk' Circuit Court.Court Rrevanl A. BTHWART nountv, r"lorl,
... rQ ny O. BlKWAftr. |D. C. and brotherly love more fever and his sudden o c: -- --- hopeful than which bus
any heretofore
( I caused. one of those dreadful panics
: DOg Application for Tux I eed. been '...I'Il. It Is
enttS IIlIg much to Lt, that we con remember: only with hor >"ss 2Qh
,8'el hoped that the 4.'h rill till
II church of the The white
ror.
fled
'" people but our ,
;;r So g t:. Under Section 8 of(Chunler 4_,'Law* of lorlilu went may meet these generous and negroes were there, faithful to tho PAID-3 sty

l ,TOTICE. 1 I. hereby given that The Floi. Ma KantIN broudinlnded advances in the spirit In very last and they formed the midnight .
., ( ,wet Hallway' Cniniany, a | iratlonunilnrlha which they are proffered the spirit
r"in Laws of the. Huitn ;;rrli funeral procession that carriedmy
piircbawr of Tax Ci-rtlllraw'' Mo. au: ilatetl the Indeed, already shown by that most honored father to the ,
f 5)c aril: day: of :.Inlv.; A. It. 15159 l ban Chest said rfrtlll- whole Honied 1 and liberal men Dr. cemetery.Do ; ;
you wonder that I should tar
0 M O aIr ''ate In inyHliami 'han ma'tn aptiliratlon for Charles glad j sV
: CulhtxTt
: :
In art'orilanoe with lav. Hall president of the
tax tlm-d to Issue Said to give a proof of grutltudo for such
= S! ;jjiio ,artitlfatb .iiiiiraitA'. the following fJenirlb" .Upn Union! Theological seminary who r
ro-
0 q >|i..rty>ltuateil In Hr..r "l county, trior..'.... heroic devotion? I know there are I
( .. .. .' centlvdelivered In India tho lecturonprovided thousands of
wen and In the :
: -- women
., ., no ... AH' fnii-rlor.il/ ,. lieleiipina l 'irint Section 24, by the Harrows foundation; ,
mth whoso .
s
/
experience bus been"
. similar
'-Q 1 Towullilp ISixltli, ItanKe.l' -t I
5 \ihereln he
g p The sold' land. bemi assess..t| jr the date of the announced as, bill platformthe to mine. Will not some one start
oS t6Q 0. ;'*''''0' '' of em u'-t rtlllitw. In the use," III Ktutton absolute and cordial l brotherhood
c:> . .. old. the movement for a monument and
< t Knnlrf' ('u I lil" certlllt-aM hall I
2ftI ba reileemeil acuonlmif to law tax Slued will I*. of the adherents of tbe western al give' us tbe opportunity of assisting, In I
f.4.j a. .. -.m tbereon on the :Ihi.i day of October A. !>., eastern fultlis. Thus may be inaugurated the work?"

I It 0 n 10)111\Witness. my official' ilgnatnro and Mai thin the a movement for a nearer ap -- 1t ;

D l>t day of Aepteiiilwr, A. u. II!> '5.WIII..r proach to indication of the religious An Arabian lira Id In I'urU.Pfrangx Ce
j F Circuit Court J A. A. STEWART,
systems of the world than baa b- mystics discovered
< k'lerkCircuit: (Krevanlrimntr,, riorltla. are lu
; By U. A.8TK WAKT, II. t,. Fore seemed to be possible, unification Paris every now and again.' Tlie, I latent

.::3 that l I. bused not upon the desertion Is described nil nn Arabian Druid<< who

OVER FIVE THOUSAND WAL- by some of their religion but Inhabited the' Rue 'do la Ml'-hodlcre. a .

('IH mc ton' Rapid Calking Toolanow in a.. upon tbe better understanding on the street !In the center of the (city says the W.,h for the I'nlmt Ilrewlnq

i by boat owner la the United 8&<\t... part of each of this Ideals of tbe others London Globe Ills neighbor were "- -- .- . ---v..- Cu.-
i F g' Price *.W aDd '''.041 each, a: the AiVOCATB and the peri-r-ptlon that tbe essential startled at Dildiilght to tsar weird and --- -- ------- ----------

office Tltatrllle Fla. I of true religion are In fact. Indeiitlcal. discordant sounds. Issuing from the !LEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE

J. a VI.'IlIDir tJ All Uonein, followed by CAHKIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY IX THE CO UMY.

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_ _ _ _ EAST_ _COAST_ _ADVOCATE_ : _, SEPTEMBER_ _: _8. '1905._ _______________________________
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1 for Sale. JAMES. PRITCHAKD. President; WM. M. BROWS, 1'ice. !
Dade County Land
EAST COAST ADVOCATE GOOD RULES.The ,n F ndlca..Journey.Moat WINSTON S. BRANNINO, Cashier. Preeidat

of us have probably speculated, !

PUBLISHED EVERY FB1DAY.utor of Denver, Colorado, I at one time or another what would For sale, cheap, the northeast quarterof
mayor
evidently is a progressive. citizen, happen I If a hole were* bored right ship southeast 38, south quarter of range of 41 section east; 3 close, town-to INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK I
: d at the 1'ostolflco/ at Tltimvllle Florida through the earth uiu, one were to''
and is said to be always lookingout O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on
u aecund-claiM mutter.CHABLKI and
drop a atone Into It, scientific ,J'
for the welfare of his city. Ite- : I St Lucie River; 40 acres. COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
man gives his views on this! puzzling
northeast
f H. WALTON Editor & Publlaher.WBBBtY i cently he issued a list of rules for I Also, the northeast quarter of -
question. "The stone, he says, "would quarter of section 18, township 38, Authorized capital, $100

a JOOHHA1. DBVOTED TO rua O T[tOrMBltT the benefit of the residents of Den fall with Increasing speed to the center south of range 41 east; on south fork of 1"M Paid up capital, - S25'Average COO

1 ? O., Tua IHDIAH BIVBH LAKSWOBTH ver, and I hey are applicable to TI. of the earth, where It would have St. Lucie River; 40 acres. Apply to .--.J' deposits
I AND BIMOAVII HAT SBOTIOHft. tusville and other town along the attained a rate of nearly 300 miles a ('HAH, II. WALToN, S20o'oojTransacts :

I East; Coast. The following are a minute. Its momentum would carry Tltusville Fla.

$c I Discontinuance of advta. muMt be wade per few of them : it at a constantly reducing speed a General Bankin

through the remaining half of Its journey .
1a117atthleuftlceorbywriting. Promina not to spit on the Hldewalk. .! C-irit" For Scw 'onr.
I ',iMHI shade In front of until by the time It appeared at A qiMMTl- 'I orteil! eurgo N being ," Business
few trees ,
N d 't p( Ubook,eto., may be made payable to CHABLE Plant a the nntlpodenn end of the hole It r.aKtitn the schooner Henry
it. loaded lit on
to
K. WALTON publlHher.ff your property, Improve would have come to a standstill. It ., to sf' '' Largest and Oldest
,1 Rosolve never to throw paper In the J. Smith fir n trading/ voyugo/ Bank on the Rita :
,
W1e ae would then/ begin/ to drop ngalu/ and "'N'tfl'"II.; nays n Boston dl'"lItl'll: t"
In writing to the ADVOCATK for Inform streets. would! perform exnetl.v the same Journey It Include 1 -- Exchange bought/: and -wlil. ,?", ,101, F :'rel
Tribune.
the N-\v; York fc
tlon ok my kind the writer will! oblige: by endow If( your sidewalk, gate or fence needs Countries.treatment .
on Its return ta the starting point. ,
nnd reeurdM. sewing" / nm-
t fix them phoimg-nphu
tag a staiiipBil-adilromiml envelope.BOSTON repairing/ / at once.
t Thus It would continue to travel buck- house,, kerosene, 011.hottl..1 ; appreciated. ,
('limes, u portable, r '
nM.'
I Illuminate the front of your store.If ,.ami i ni..i., '
favor
end J'I
word iiiul forward from one of and. barreled beer beiuln., Jewelry every i "-
,4t b OFKICW,-TUB }:Ax'r COAST ADVO your advertising/ Mien Is old amifaded N aervative banking: trnmmi( , ,, "*
t a7 the earth to the other practically forever. Ice
w f DATa nan. panel an autos at* 4 Atlmitic avenue, take it down and paint It. ." tlnwiire, Ice cream freezers CORRESI'ONDE'I'hEmpire :
Boston, which will 1)8 In charge of Mr. Claude. machines i stores. hand-me-down suits.rorsetS .
I Irrespective of the size- of your house, odds and ends. Trust Company... N,." \ ,,|I. N
+ I O. Walton. make your lawn the /finest Do not al- The ADVOCATE print all local news and other !!'.- r Florida llurik, anITMlat, Co., .u:, low it to be overgrown{ with weeds.
Adilrena all ooiuinunlcatlonn toEAST ----- "r.I"'rUSVILY E 1 Y.... "
..
,! I If your store front, residence or fence ----
f'f'i COAST ADVOCATE,
11} } TrrnsviLLB. FLORIDA.O looks dingy, order it painted. ) +;) _I - --::

i in DoHtroy alf young woods in your yard. L11ffSale 1- M. J003SDB3C3XTJS: ,

of Do not /give them a chance to go to seed. __. _. .J___ (Successor to Dobbins liros.)
S. Department Agriculture
Burn all the rubblnh possible Allow""
Weather Jtiireau-Jupiter, Fla. ;no one to throw rubbish on the streets, of Wrecked Vessel $ Sirippingsat Palm BeachA G.-TJTNT a.n.:
Ir'l alleys or.on vacant lots. Checks, Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith :simp Kl.
4 Organize/ a Street Improvement Society -- -REPAIRING OK GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SPECIALTY_
The following state
is a comparative
ment of temperature and rainfall for the und allow no weeds or grans to growon sale J-be held by ;public auction Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises 1;. purred,
2-24,!,! Main St. Jacksonville. Fla.<
sidewalk. :
114; 1 n week ending/ Tuesday, Sept. :21)), 100ft. ;
ii' :
-1000( -100-1(- See that your sidewalk Is HO graded on Saturday the 9th, inst., at ; - -
+ I + DATE MAX. MIX. MAX. MIN. that people can walk over It In rainy Palm Bench of the wreck Italian I '

h :111: ) 88 7U till' '71 weather.,.without stepping In water. III Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

1 t :.11 \DO 70 8'i' '71 Every dollar you put forth to improvethe Barque"Masso e Gnecco," t 11 a. m. .
)e 1 88 77 80 74 city's appearance will be returned '
vvvavvvvvavvvvvvyvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvlvvvvvv
y r 2! 8(1( 73: "87 711
: twofold ___
_ YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY1THE
( :3{ 88 72: 87! 77 Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement
,
at t 4 87 7: 87 77 The Hitch Priced Potato. . ,
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;;ij 5 88! 71 87 77 The national department of ugrlcul- *
Total rainfall for the week.51
: .
R 14 ( Departure from normal rainfall for they turn hUll urrangod/. with Itev. J. It. Lawrence ..................................................... Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
} week: minus I.lit: Inches. Departure Mlddlelioro: MUSH., to use his ""
from normal rainfall since January !, tarot for potato trial grounds this year, .
3 y' Dins 1.08 Inches. :Mr. Lawrence's work last year with S : Offices foot ot Hogan Street: Jacksonville, Florida.. Telephonr Xo. Jffi

1 IlAi. P, HAUDIN, Observer r>(X") varieties having been very satis J. K. MUNNERLTN, General Manager
l pifl factory. This HeuHou he will have

l, about MOO varieties of potatoes which I
p
STEAKINO of the "smart set," PALMETTO PIANO CLUB
will the will be the largest collection of varieties } The Oldest Established Oraln and Seed HOIIH 'in tin- 4tdt.s .
somebody please explain
In a single/ Held In the world. One .
"smart"? variety, El Dorado is the most valuable .

Al/ i 14 potato grown, being worth $2,230a : By joining our Piano Club you will be able to pet a :$f IOU) grade : Y114ai1Wm.. ..A... Sours: . : &: Cc.
Electrified) said pound. To secure the planting of .
eggs are to prolong S Piano for 4207;.! on payment of $10 down and membership dues of .
this
t life. The hens lay them under potato Mr. Lawrence had to sign a '

i the currant bushes. guarantee not to allow a slip or an eye : $6 per month, without Interest. Piano delivered free to nearest j GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
i of the spud to leave bin premises-
I Country Uentleiniui. j depot, as soon as the first Ten Dollars Is )paid. :
} I' Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers
l If Nowhere else in the world can .

1 a man get a reputation for beinga The Aid department to Tree Planter of agriculture. i ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLAN i| aT. louse. M0. 20(1()( East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

millionaire little taxable
on so
through the bureau of forestry offers Catalogue Free. Warehoused on tracks of H. A. L. U'y. and A. C L. Ky.MeMurray .
property as in New York. assistance' to landowners' In establishing To introduce and /got. this Piano hefoie the public, we will form *
-
4 :1 commercial forestry plantations -
shelter belts!, wind breaks and i a club of ONE HUNDRED members, and each member will get j
: "3 The snow
News is
Jasper boosting .
t t Croom for What's the breaks and In reclaiming shifting Hands a Piano at the wholesale price. The club Is limited to ONE ][ & Baker
4 governor.
and oilier waste lands by forest plant-
.U ; j matter with the brilliant, brainy, lug. The assistance rendered Is usually HUNDRED members and all Instruments will' soon be taken. J
Senator Frank Adams, lire'rNews?
I'mboc1lellln.11lIntlnl( plan containing -
? I 401-4 13 Mast Day Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
full Instructions for the necessary
THE PALMETTO PIANOIs
z
h Air. Burbank, the plant wizard, planting bused! upon a thorough: study -Makers and Jobbers of-
of the area to be planted. The plantIng -
i is trying now to'raise cobless corn, plan outlines the cultural and pro- i an Instrument that has been manufactured In our own fact *
: but the makers of the Missouri tectlvo measures to Insure Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
meerschaum are not giving him en. the maturing of necessary ft profitable forest : tories, with some special features that will make it stand the climatic : ,

( i couragement.The crop. : conditions of this State better than any Piano made. .
Rubber Tires.
t Saddlery,
i ii
_ WEATHER REPORT.By S SEND FOR CATALOGUE.: First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.
census returns will be
... soon
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in and we will see I II of the
'r ;' somo Rev. Jas. II. White, observer for

'f I i'l: jerk-water stations and cross-roads Weather Bureau, U. S. Government. 2 :J:1'U.y Your . .
The Cable
I
j hitching posts, are what they have RUM'I AHY FOR A(111. 100.'. Company a

,r represented to be.f FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
.i.1 1 i Highest temperature on 7 days. 8'J.O! !
.
Lowest :a! 72 0
Mean for the month , 81.1 | FRANK E. CHASE Manager JACKSONVILLE FLA. t from a house that bas been In business over thirn yew[,
With its last "issue the EAST, e
l PRICE
Average mean for 11 years . 81.2IIIA'hellt" and has always had the reputation for LOW

,I f 1.. r COAST year ADVOCATE of existence.began its It sixteenth has- J.O\\eHt" a'S6 24 21 "In"mifl(10.1l2.1! (\ ". ,. 8:18 77.l: \> .N...N.....................N..................w... on the (Test goods imported and Manufactured

: I been of great benefit to Tltusville Rainfall I In Inches . . , . B.i4(; .
l' A vel'alCe for "JA VAlLrM R .11 Hess c& Slater
;J t- and the entire East; Coast, and Greatest- an -"'-in 1SMO: : : : : 15.17: -- : ,

r. may it continue to celebrate many Least ::1/1"/' In lllK)\ ( ). . 0.28: -

;I' anniversaries.--White Springs Her Prevailing direction of wind . . :SE: The Ocklawaha Nurseries.To 11 and 18 Main\ &?. DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.
; ald. Number clear days . " I\I!) j, &' :S I. w, and A. c L. WATCH INSPEf TOR.a)0 .
', $ t I' I I' fair , . Ill: ;) W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

I la.!.' cloudy " " \0 -
The Printer's unions all over the days: with rain , . , 111! C>rn1g'o c -roworls I -
'. :k Yt C3 dt Br DaSE1EJ rt tA Bttit a
out strike for days with thunder 211
country are on a
Who to their this We
expect enlarge groves year: want to send our new
Island Homo Merritt Island
I Fla.
less
i,h more money and work. 'Ve'ernot catalogue, which will be ready for mailing about September 1st. :: :: :>S I'OR: SPEl..X1'\TQ-' .
the
jlning boys, however. KKKVAKU We have watched very closely the development of the Citrus Fruit IndustryIn

''r T + Our editors' enjoying life in the COUNTY : TKKASUItKH'aMTATKMKNT.. : Florida since 1805\ ; and we believe we can give valuable Information to new and

f mountains of New Hampshire and old 1 OUR CITRUS TREES the olimax of 3 I
j tnu ced. &i>t. ht, iiion.Halunce growers. are excellence, and only valuable Turnips-and Ituta Uagaa.

ciuill on hand' A nit Int. 1x00.! ., 10,017 W varieties are propagated our nurseries. It will\ be to your interest to look Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.

I i Aiuuiint received in \ug imis. .... 1.4HU wi that lint over, and we believe you will decide to give us your patronage, after considering Cabbage-bout varieties for Florida. Deans.

_T ft The following item is going the Total .. .. .... .. ... .. ... . .. ..II.: ''J1 13! the Inducements we have to offer you I Seed Potatoes-for fall, X>. 4 Rose and Triumph. I
i rounds of the Kansas press : "An LtHM.and dullvereil warrant to pnlil County In Auic Ciuumliitilon.: l"0n)/ SPECIAL< TERMS to those 'who place their orders now for fall and winter Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, KtI <

t editor in Ohio who started about era anU School lloaril\ .. '... .... .... ..408 24 planting. AH3OLUTKLY NO WHITE FLY ADDRESS I
20 years ago with 15) cents is now I Il
Y'J' ' worth 100000. His accumulation Kalunceun hood' Sept. lot, W08.f 10,1)17) (WAHOVH L. C 1M:: ::RONe Soodsn:1nn.: : : ,

i.. r d of wealth is owing to his frugality, IIALANUH I* IICLD: A. FOLLOWS: The Ocklawaha Nurseries rt, I 114 East Bay St., Jack onvl1le. Fla.

1 strict attention to business and the DfiiioHltetl Hunk I: : ,UK per In Ciwluor'a Indian::: Itlver rertlHcate State attaolieil ,.....J.c
:--
fact that an uncle died and left uatln to..monthly... .., ...rallOre.. '|.., ..I.UM.. ... .ch..k.. .. ., 7.WIO !2)eALANOa. O. DV Oonnor, Prc>p. cat

.!.s, him :$;J9JOd".s / UKLONIUNO: Ti.> KAOII KUM: AH rot T.1NG1-nRINI7: : : =: ''=aORIn:: : : :: :: A..

LOWS: .
1 iii County" Road HnvBniie and_(Itrlilita lanerai.Fund....RlI.. ," ..,.,......f 3-.M DIM WJ nn .....- .- .-.............- .... .......................-...
The EAST;
COAST ADVOCATE, pub. Hnlhllnir. Kniiil....
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H.I EVER HELD MalloryLinesSPECIAL
-GREATEST SHOW IN FLORIDA J
te r 1 Hshed at Tltusville, entered Kin: and Forfeiture i-\.ii.i; :::: .. lI.oJ 'q
upon ...
1'rlnonem .
Feeding) Fund :a MaNse
1 ;' : its sixteenth has year last week. It's ,?. Road.. Fendew.. : .. l>.!1.t.. No.? :I....., ........ BW!II ail 13t :\ | The >Manufacturer's Pare Food and Industrial Exposition, _

success largely depended upon S u ? 3..... ... 1/111/ l 76
its ability to give the news of all .. "lIlItl..cu I. 24 J Jacksonville Fla.. January 4 to 18, 1 1906. *
lame Warden Fund "..".,,'... ... . saw PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

and the its people, without in favoritism, C'oiintTSrliiHd rnrywrtyoflecoaaedPersona: | -Otmeral Kiinil. .Fund:... .: :::: :ao I.1)4H::) i GnA MUSIC, GORGEOUS: ELECTRICAL DISPLAYS, AUTOMOBILES

diplomacy keeping out Special.. Tax.. School.. i.int.. No." ............ .*.,.. tm: / HU SHOWS:' MOTOR BOAT AND SPORTSMAN'S: CARNIVAL, and most thoroughly equipped) passenger steamships on the oant.
of its columns all rancor and personal 2' "III 111
@ t feelings which are so detrimental .". "' .". .". .. 4"1'.i;.."'ie".." 'a'ajTotal i Sub-tropioLt1 fruit ].: :]b1.1s; : -NO OVERCROWDING

v11, to a newspaper and the .. .... ... .... ... .. .. .f .,|MMI :t4 -GREAT DEMOXSTKATfOX\ OF PURE FOOD- j IMPORTANT 1 STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED of,>ber ntli:,
it t town in which it is published.St.Lucle JOHN: "..:OIlY. Counts Treasurer.' T East: Coast Fruit Growers can secure space at reasonable rates. Addrea sail : ships| as no tickets will be sold exceed the number
r County Tribune. I communications to J. 11. FARQUJIAU, Gen. Algr. or the seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus insuring all passengers! (ladIdtiwservice
3 Herklmer Uulldiag, Jacksonville Fla. and attention.

j ARE YOU GOING NORTH, ? :.+...+++..++...+.+.+..........**.+...........+.....:

Remarked a citizen of St. Luoie PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE:: EVERY FRIDAYSee .
1 (p As a great' many Indian River peopleare -
lifiLi county to A Titusvlllelan, the other
making: arrangements to visit the I THE VEIIICUiIARNESS ( Schedule of Ships In Florida Times-Union
1 "Well well
day : howdy-do ; see CO.
t\ a North, why not consult your pleasureand ,
any dltference up here since county LOWEST HATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS ORTUIaclu.Ung
comfort and Corner and Cedar SU.JACKSONVILLK .
take Fotsyth
a trip on the Clyde
division took place? "You delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL" through the
) steamship Their ships FLORIDA.Our ,
l bet are elegant
I i rejoined the Titu"rllleian, "
and the FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS.
Is
cost much less than" by rail.
t Il "you see, there's been more mullet
t 7 You get on board at Jacksonville, and stock of . . *
caught here, since the county was Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regarding
divided, than was ever known to I go through to New York ..Itboutchange WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, tractions offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatlns, ticket, etc., apply'

;- ,,1 exist in these waters before, and or dlillt. Get your tickets through the SURREYS, TRAPS, ROAD CARTS, ARTHUR W.; PYE JartsonTille! Floral
Passenger Agent 214 West Sreet ,
;1 t grits Is half a cent to the pound Clyde ville, \Fla.z' agent. Chos. It. Walton, Titus- HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC., ETC., ETC. Bay ,

cheaper. 'Course there's a differ.
r and each his -IS NOW COYI'LETE-
f ance, went way re.Jolcing. '-
OLD NEWSPAPERS for Sale SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.

Cbrap. at thin office. 7Call on us and you will rind our prices will\ please you. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY' IN THE COJTS1fL ,


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We makea specialty of
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EAST COAST NE"\VS. 2 C. J. -Cocoa, was a recent J. S. Coats has-been quite sick the

.. guest: of CogKIDbOf .. past two weeks INSURANCE I

******************** i Albert Nolle of Tltusvllle was a visitor Mrs. J. E. Battier was visiting Mrs M. FIRE

in Mime, Sunday. C. Salmon on Thursday.Miss : .

, Ne\vsv Notes Contributed by Our Regular: J. E. Kyzer, has built him a nice Mary Douglas; who was taken

roomy house ou bits homestead. sick, while in Georgia, has nearly rocovered. -
f Corps of East Const Co1'rosporldedtte.N1 .
W. D. Benson left Monday for a business to give
Ostoen and :Sauford. who spent _a week and are prepared
...,, .NN1............N...N..ee........NN.N. call at Mrs. K A. Geiger returnedon
Ns - - - - relatives Palm Beach: ,
visited visiting
1*. W. Roberts. and G. Nolle

Tit lI.n lIIe, Monday, on business. Monday
; Please send all communications Eau Gallie. lion. It. S. Williams went to Fort
The colored church has been Improved
If'I d I items for publication" to "Editor by the addition of a new belfry. Pierce, List week, to see his orange grovein PROPERTY OWNERSthe I

I ,' IVOC. TK, Titusville, Fla. that vicinity.
John and Charlie Carlile of LaGrange,
SARAH' BunOKON. baa Installed In tbe leal-
C' Honoaov-nnsiciAN: AND Win. Ilindle
recently.
11'l. : We cannot guarantee to publUb i bail fiullle. Florlila. were calliugou friends hole thence of lIon. n. S. llardo: an acetylene

that do not reach this office before Dr. G. W. Holmes of Sharps, was a light plant. They consider it a great

ion Jems on Tbur tla) Rains and l the usual wind scjuall during recent callnr ou friends In our village. convenience and cheaper: than oil.

the past week. Walter Low of Miami, spent last week Miss! Sallie Jlagrudor the charming
Robert Mensel hits rented Ms house Tom and family I C. U. Magruder -
I- Will coirespondents oblige us by with his brother, Low daughter: of Mr. and !Mrs.
for the coming winter season. located In Orlando, was
Beach who Is now
Sting the names of people and places Rev Murgess, of West Palm from Friday till possible
her
Another birthday" anniversary this was in Minis this week, visiting friends visiting parents
? ..
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plainly as possible week, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs the Monday.M UJIYY
butt been quite ill
Mis. B J. Minis
P. A. McMillan.C. Is some r.... Hal ry It. Paxton has art I veil home at
week but at this writing best
punt ,
AInswortb has leased his Eau Gal- : bettor front" her outing at York P. ., where she

Melbourne.li'HAKIJ lie home to Col. Perry, of Brazil, Ind., had 1 a delightful visit with her son,
for the coming winter. Mrs. L. K. Myers, is entertaining her Bright 1'lIxton.Ve are glad to see her ?: theI'
nephew of Savannah: On., for a few with us again. protection
(}. F. Paddison has completed a model weeks. ""
I W OOODK,-Real Estate Notary barn for his thoroughbred cattle. E. N. M. Flub with a crow of men have ,. /
+I. I'ubilL and Conveyancer. Agent for s! tn.I "f The Huuppernong gl'apellllre all gone. been cleaning the rood aides BO thata ,
,ivornool and Lomumand Ololm.and Hartfonllire Speller has the painting. imp :I
r I Itmurunflo Companion.' Ppeclal. attention This" ytiiti's crop was time heaviest ever person can travel without danger and l..llrj ifiiutiIlilil \\\

f.1 I,aid to the Interests ot non-realdonu.. School Xo. 5 will open on Monday known. we have often wondered why the county _._,,Clr// if ll ll 111\\\1111.I \\t. r
next, D. V. Tbe corps of teachers are arrived commissioners did not always have the
\ Fritz of Jacksonville,
:r" Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, expected: to arrive this week Sunday Mr.: and, will spoud a few weeks work done by our road commissioner instead

iu pink paper of the East Coast, will be The Misses Florence and Bessie IIodg; with tilends. of letting/ out by contract to Individuals -

solved at the Melboui PostotHce. son spent Sunday last at lionaventure, that know little'or nothing. I LOWEST RATESin
I < ||B|| L aI the guests of the Misses. Minis. Mr. Klageity: wife, and twodaughteis, about road woik.
rented the hotel l
of Jacksonville, have
of Is the
I Mrs. R. C. Btirnes. Canaveral
In
Enquiries for houses are coming for the Heanoii.
Mrs C. A. llorton.
best of early this season, and Eau Gallie expectsto Indianola.Miss
line horse late .
|Mrs[ F. M. Buckhart of Miami ar. score Its banner season in UHXi) (I. U. Null purchased a
drives through
ved yesterday and is the guest of S. S. of ly and now enjoys taking -
Major Jordan Is enjoying a crop our beautiful gloves.
ingleton and '" Ife. Alice Sal1.lerllleft. Thursday for
mid-summer peas and other vegetables
Mrs. John Ferguson and little daugh- The recent rains made this possible. Several:! cow boys of Oitteon, made Miami to enter upon bur duties an one
( COMPANIES. I
ir, Miss Lillian returned home lastilday of Mime quite lively last week, rounding of the teachers In the High School. I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH
Dr. Sarah C. Ilodgnon saw a couple cattle on the range
, after a delightful visit at Good- manatees In the Eau Gallie river between up John U. Field Jr. started Sunday, for

11. the railway and county bridges on Sunday May town anil Minis colored l nines will Arabl, Ga., for another term In the Boys'

[ Messrs.[ J. A. Hoke and John Minor last. play ball! hero tomorrow aftoinoon. High School, and this year will take a
nice Don't let 'em bit It, Block. course in telegraphy & Walton
ave just finished building; a veran-
Mr. Kogeio ban a largo/ lighter onHodgson Morgan
i on the south end of the McBride *' ways, this week. Tim vesselis B. W. Kyzer, of Columbia :S. C., Is Mis. S. .1. Field gave a tatty pulling to ,

'IIMe used in the height business on Indian expected to anlve soon to upend the fall the young people, last week and Wtl

|Dr, L A. Peek and wife, have moved River, between this point and Courten..,. and winter with his two brothers here noticed that others not so young enjoyed\ 'i.t'U..c''Vl o. FJ.ori.d.:

ito their lately purchased home on the The East Const Fish Co., will move Jell Bailey has accepted a position. the evening, also the tally .. .

finer of 1st street and New Haven av- their Eau Gallie Branch south for the with the D'. K.: C. liy., us relief riu'llman. Mr. Case of Ilendersonvllle, N. C., I is -- --

uo.lesHl's.. fall's fishing. This is one of tbe most and left for his new place September here, all ready to commence the work on

[ Beaujean and Goode.are paint- extensive firms In the East Const of our. 1st. Mr. Crawford's house, and to push It

J2 I the outside and varnishing the In. state. W.1I. Maxwell is cleaning up and through by the lit of November.Mrs. The Walton

Tile of Capt. J. S. Sammis' house on New Mr. Baxley and wife moved to the putting the Uooil.ill orange glove in line A, A. Buck has had her piano.
j iven avenue. shape, by the time Mr, tioodull arrives down fron
scene of their labors, this week. Mr. a tine toned upright, sent .
I Alex Xenr, of Eau Oallle\ has finished Baxley U a partner In the turpentine rives from Maine. the north to the home of her parents h

Hitting down nn artesian well on then firm of T. J. Shave & Co., who are erectIng Mrs. Crump and daughter who have Mr.! and Mrs. :S. J. Field, at Indianola: Self-Locking

( turpentine farm of Col T. J. :Shave a plant; near Till man, on the F. E. C. been spending! / the summer in Macon, where it will remain till Mr. and Misliuck t11't;;' ,a

I Company, In South Melbourne. Railway. Oa., aI'I'lvelllSundIY; and will spend the are established a homo of their I n, reaam.q

I Manors.l C Beaujean and A. J. Ooode Mr. Glngias of Kockledge, was In Eau tail and winter at their cozy little home own.

re putting tile finishing/ touches, In Gallie harbor In his new :20 miles an A party of young folks from Titus John L Crawford has extended his Tackle Block.
hunting and varnishing; on the hand- hour launch on Tuesday last. This U vllle, enjoyed a hay ride through our dock out about 1500 feet to deep enough/;

bmo cottage for Capt. Jno. S. ::Samrnis the fastest vessel on the East Coast. A. peaceful' village one night recently, ant water for freight boats to come to without .
K. took short spin with Mr trouble and for greater convenience
Ilelen Miller who ban been Hodgson made the air hideous with their war
Mist
[ Glngras.; ciies. In shipping/ his line orange crop. Mi
bending/ the past few months at Bayblll addttton .
Crawford is also going to put an
rived In Melbourne last Friday antidl G. F. Paddlson and wife carried a Mrs. II. Roberts, who ban been summering of several feet on his aheady large

spend some days with her sister party of guests to Melbourne, on Saturday In New York anti Connecticut, house enlarge the dlnlnjC room and south

Ir. I. A. Peek. evening last in their launch Wynona. will return in a few weeks to her home porch, and make other Improvements. EVEN A DAllY
the occasion being a dance at the Carle- All who return to "theie'sno
say,
j Madam Elizabeth M. Campbell who go away line
for
ton. A most enjoyable time was spent place like home. knows whore to go a general
Rail been weeks at Mont
spending some
by those who were present.We Shoo UClu\1rln/oC./ It's boon cured by our
Tige! Tenn., the guest of I ev. Dr. Du- W. D. Benson, unction foreman here, of good drugs.

lose and family, has returned home are sorry to announce the death of wall relieved by Foreman Klagorty ut. iiiodlulues and U one of
knell rested and refreshed from her visit Mrs. N, A. Danforth, of Olean N. Y.,, Jacksonville, September let Mr. Benson I do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng .

i the Tennessee mountains. which occurred on Tuesday last, Mis will reside lu Minis for the present, anti do not forget It. Opposite JasPrltchard nun BEST DUUrt

I The following young people spent a Danforth Eau Gallie and several family were seasons winter, and visitorsat was occupying the Bowman cottage. fc Son. ANDIIKW GIDHON, ADS.It .

Peasant evening In dancing at Hotel the mother of Mrs. Henry U. Hodgson, Mrs C. :s. Hallpu and daughter Miss Tltimvllle, Fla had all children's diseases and our
arleton last Saturday: !Mesdames J. of the firm of Hodgson Bros of this Blanche expect to arrive In Mime, Oct.
I. Ferguson, Claude Edge (J. F. Paddi- town. Mrs. Uanfortu leaves one son and 1st. Mercury at Bass Hocks, Mass.. medicines/ mired them. Ours Is the

VD, C. Christian A. J. Ooode; Messrs. four daughters to mourn her departure. rt'JlsLerll fit) degrees, dally. Ihere'i Fort Pierce. bust equipped, bent stocked and molt .

Beaujean, O. V. Paddlson, J. 1Fer- Mrs. Henry U. Hodgson is now in Glean, nothing to compare to Florida sunshine
icon, Alex J. Goode, Jobn Nicholson N. Y., where she was spending the sum and the good old southern breezes> popular drug\ store on the Kast Coast.

B. Christian, Sam Martin; the Misses mer months. The county commissioners, have beenIn Buy drugs of us.
lima Martin, Sadie Snell Mayme Plans, session this week.
lollie Nicholson and helen !Miller. Out Oil' Clieup.
Attacked by a 31 oh': TKV OUK FINK CIUAUS.
He may well think, ha has got of Mr. Hughes of Vero, wait a pleasant

Like Finding Money. And beaten, In a labor riot until covered cheap, who, after having contracted visitor In to"n. Monday. Red Cross Pharmacy
with sores, a Chicago street car constipation or indigestion Is mill ableto Capt.; W. J. Nesbltt returned from I I ,
[Kiiiding health Is like finding money- conductor applied Bucklen's Arnica perfectly restore his health. Nothing) New York Tuesday morning ( i TITUSVI: , FLOIUDA.IIodgsoll .
i think those who are sick. When you Salve, and was soon sound and well. "I 1 will do this but fir Klngs New Lite

Lye a cough: cold, sore throat, or chest use It in my family" writes(}. J. Welch, Pills A quick, pleasant, und curtain A. Y. W. Hogg/; starts Immediately to
'I'ntation, better act promptly, like W. of Tekonsha, Mich., and find It perfect." cure for headache, constipation, eto. :st.'io built his new residence on hU new prop JJros.
',, Barber; of Sandy Level. Va. He says: :SImply great for cuts mind burns. Only at lied Cross 1'harinacy. Guaranteed. erty.
'
had, .k terrible chest trouble caused 2";>o at Ked Cross Pharmacy. John Helsette, haw the contract to
l smoke and coal dust on my lungs; erect nice house for Mr. Stetson on his EAU UAILIE, INDIAN 1UVKK, FLA.
It after finding no relief In other reme- Lotus. lot.Editor
.
l"sl, was cured by I>r. King's Newiscovcry White City. new Marine Hallway.

( for Consumption: Coughs C. S. Emerson: returned on General Merchants and I Ship Chandlers..
bd Colds." Greatest sale of cough Tuesday morning's train from bin shoitvacation
any / and
J. K. Geiger 1111..11 Ula Geiger wereefeltors
sick list this Facilities.
Dutton Is the ..Special
Mrs on : \
"' lung medicine In the wotld. At North. m
to Cocoa on TuuHilay/ going up I i
d ''toss Pharmacy; fine and '1.00); week by launch. A. M. Sample, wife anil family returned II far Hauling Out Storing and Repairing
Siarantced. Mrs. Fransen entertained some friends,,
Trial bottle free.
Tuesday night from a visit of a few 1 1I 1r Yachts and Launches.
Sunday.Mr. Mrs. M. M. Kamsey, of Eau' Uallie,
was visiting; friends here last Tuesdayand months the Carollnas.;
North Mention the AuvooAri when wrlUng.
of
Schottler
Ankona
John
Georgiana.MISD looking after her place." A. Y. W. Hogg, bas sold out his Interests I
In town Sunday.
was a. A. Osteen baa Just finished. setting( In his store to Mr. Kobuck, of KIs-
The Club-house Is going up quite several hundred tumatou plants and Hlrnmee. Mr. Drawdy of Fort Drum Is
itching
Stanley
Beth Bruner is still improving. rapidly, and will soon be ready for use. will follow with cabbage soon. In charge.

II. K (Inches and wife, were visiting Mr. Christensen la raising/ quantityof A 'few fruit are beginning to The first automobile ever seen In Fort I -Dealer In-

'r-imlma Munson," Mrs. Dell Munson, pepper plants for parties in Jensen. show," color grape but no shipping will be done I'lerce, arrived Tuesday, and was. seen
1'IUr'I FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
and Mrs.
Chambers Monday. .'redFee
Mrs. Lockhart has purchased a fine until they are thoroughly ripe. oo our streets Wednesday Mr. ,

I Mr Dawley is preparing to garden on piece of land in Midway near the saw Flat weeding has begun: and bean seed being the happy owner. Is claimed to be the Finest Tackle Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy China
extensive scale this. season. He Is mill. Indian Illyer Camp No. B3: W. O. W., and Temperance Drinks.
are arrllng.u before many day planting Block In the World To sen It IK to buy
ready setting out his tomatoes and brands of deliveredat
; held their regular meeting Tuesday The following cigar
Mr and Mrs. P. Jensen were afternoon will begin for full shipments.Mrs. It.
ft plants, with Irish potatoes planted. when three *iM box: of fiO
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Christensen.; night they Initiated members Thousands of them In USD throughout: per :
'l/'ncle' Sunday, Chaa. Carrlugton moved from In tbe arts Woodcraft.. the North. Road testimonials from Humboldt, Key West Smokers, Promos,
Hughie bin brother, :
expects here, Tuesday, to Cocoa, to put her boy
M, Hughes of Greenback Tonn. and Mrs. A. K. Wilson and little daughter those who use them.'fhlaloa.l.hldlnl Cremo Cubanas, t'ohalskl.
Mr. Lamont has been shipping some in school, our school having been sus .
blighter/: here to spend the winter, andy fine pine suckers to parties at bewails pended.A Doris. paid Tltusville visit (Saturday ( block U ma.lllin various Flinch Cards Mo.; Hand Made Palmetto
,. will occupy the Burcbfleld house A. K. Wilson joining them Sunday. shapes and sires, of WOOD 1KO.Vand ;/ Hats, :23o..!

r, Hughes has been helpless Invalid Point. letter received from Mr.\ A, N. Tyler, They returned home Monday, night. U1CO.K.. Will work equally well STUART! FLOIIIDA.
'>m rheumatism for four years, and It Mr. Julius Padgett was) out from Fort who lived\ here several years, and who with rope chain or wire rope.
Hoped that Florida's genial, sunny Pierce, :Sunday to seA his. brother, J. S. left in May\ for new Held, reports that II. A Holmes and family,accompanied Will work at any height upside down
''." do what medicines and doc- Padgett. he Is enjoying good health and will soon by It. D. Holmes and family, of Fort horizontally or at any angle, and will .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH

r'rA' have failed to do, and that he will bas rented the Jones farm leave Safely Harbor for other parts. Drum came In Monday to spend two stop and lock nt any point. ,.
Mr. Padgett weeks. They are Dlttmar'sgreen.
encamped on
''>n be able Invaluable for kind of business
\ to walk again. Mrs. Mary across the river, and will truck It this Mrs. J, N. Chalker and children left, every
1\ln of where a block Is needed frequently savng Asso's.ramo"
Wyoming R. I. was In the Brewing
coming winter. Tuesday, to Join Mr., Cbalker at Kock- .
the labor of
: one man or more.
fme onditlon last and she came
year be has
where been for
[f, >n three months sbe was walking Those who attend the Sunday school ledge, some time.. Kent Estate, Il/trgRlnH. Nothing like It for hanging or stretch-
It Is with-much regret among the neighbors ......
Fithout crutches or cane. If any of the and avail themselves of the circulating; that this has log wires. 8t. r. Keg and Hot-
'tlVo ATE readers have rheumatism let library enjoy the good reading very. family gone. All blocks. fitted with the famous tied liter.

.ell1 come to Florida and sit in the much. - ----. Nice 8 room cottage well
win. located. In Tltusvllle/ . UOD: (00li WAI.TOK-VIKro.v HOU.EIC liKAitiNn. Mold by M....,..r.A.Lesley' andR.
life-Klving sunshine for hours at
Our Sunday school gives an entertain Fine Property For Hale. acres Land and House .
time It Is L.Mutl",Tltan'lIle.rla.
free anti is
to everybody Address all communications to the
for the benefit
ell)I ment Friday, Sept. 13th, pare set In Orange Trees, 10Yo"11
woiih giving a trial. Bjf Mr.K.L. Mellow COOOB eta
of tbe organ, which Is being tuned and Gal lie, . . . . . , 700 (H<<)
generally overhauled. Two rice cottage tljoining each :V> acre Land Dearly Jog Walton Self-Locking Block Co. JOSEPH ZAPP & CO.
Cold l Settled In Ills Kidneys. other In North Tttusvlllo, with so acre Mlle Hirer Front. II mile. ,

A. Are You Engaged? of hammock and five acres of rich muck north of Kati (iallle . 40O (Of)
J Jrnnessee, 0201 Butler St., Chlorites land suitable for truck farm. Good 20 acre.* River Front at (Incorporated) Sole Distributors

"'at:0' : "I am aswltchman| and am Engaged people should remember river front. The larger cottage linn three llardeevllle . . . , . 4tO( OOI fllceand Wareroom. Atlantic\ Ave., ,
hicll in all kind of weather. I took a cold that after marriage, many quarrels can sleeping rooms and a> servant's room upstairs 21tf >. L. GAULDK:: Agent Near liowe's Wharf Elevated: Station. 010 to 620 West StreetJACKSONVILLE
Id i settled In my kidneys and I was in be t avoided, by keeping their digestions; ; and a parlor sitting room dining Tltiisville, Fla. BOSTON, MASS! Bas
; shape' l tried Mveral advertised in good condition with Electric Blttars.S. room and kitchen below. The adjoining
lI1e. lee with no benefit, until I was A: Brown, of Bennetttvllle M. C cottage has two Bleeping room.* and I> OWNERS OF TIIK! CELEBRATED FLA.

'commended to try Foley' Kidney Cure. says: For years, my wife suffered In- servant's room In second story and rayliitf.Draylng .
v 'thirds of a bottle cared me. Sold tensely from dyspepsia, complicated sitting room, dining room and kitchen WALTON-YINTOH ROLLER BEARIKG.liampt.e .

Ked Cross PharmacyTltunMle. with a torpid liver, until she lost her below. Large/ brick cisterns to both or hauling; of all I Inds promptly UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
Blocks
strength: and rigor and became a mere bouses. Adapted for a nice winter attended to. Meet all trains. Stove can be seen at the AlxVOCATR OF MEDICINE"VISa 11'?
wreck of her former self. Then she borne. wood for sale at all time. ofllce. Titusvllle; at the store ofS.

Cleaning and l-reM"lnlC' tried Electric Bitters, which helped her Apply to GEO. M. Kouaias, II. K. HOLTEK. Tltusvllle. I. B. lluhbard A Co.! Jacksonville; and Tawwra cnnrM In IOICIM' IUD8EIT. OiJIIHICIiff
at once, and finally/ made her entirely Tltn."me Fta Jail.' Prllchard A Non'a.tore, Tltusvllle, sal IIAIins i tuo itiiiitir u4 nuisuct.L .
All work done and well. She Is now strong and healthy." Fla. Call and see these blocks working. .,lial in4 DI..n...
e np-to-date. Call FOR ALL"KINDrf '!".imvly....1...*MccaMfvl "......,.
Bells and OF
JOB PRINTING
.
The Red Cross Pharmacy
?. Sltopiton Washington the Parlor"oer guarantees *...nT T.Mk.... Hlk real bite,..... Bo..4.. ..
; avenne. them at Ata a bottle. Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE: remember the ADVOCATE finite JOn PRINTING done at this office fnr !4
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I t 6 EAST COAST ADVOCATE SEPJ. EMBER 8. 1905.

h ---- -----

1'L thru
t tc i xlinck 'Tljf liiifioH.sllillIty I of obtaining Florida East Coast Railway

enough men nnd mm-hlnoH to handle

the entire crop us noon as dry enough ,

makes I It ncepsHniy' In runny Instances Local Time Card No. 62. In Effect April
to choose lietwoc'ii 1> the risk! and !loss of 17/1905
,
long stniidlng. In shock and the labor 1ty SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN.
i IIf stlli'KIIIK :: NORTHBOUND ., \ UPI

Old fnliloipil, millers used to I ISO I --0;;:
!
) IIUY111'11 : 990. 29
,3 eTAT IONS No.7B.INo.
c .. 88
I "\\' t N hound to go through\ : 1\ "wrnt.It Deily. Dally. Dally. Dill,.
Garden Truck will the Rtnd, In the .c,txw'' I
Hwent In
.
y. I granary i DSOpF4 6 01) l p D aO a L. ___.J..l1..n..tllo.... .....,..., Ar 1 no j, ii;7-:, ,
aL ?I I can be raised 1 profitably only in soil or In the flour bin. and, tho best II 07 I'l II U a .". _._So. Jack xonvlllo............ L. 6 62 I'' n ,_ ,
II U I I' 1'111&') x __ 8'. Aua'uxt Ise.._......... ..
I containing plenty of l 1'otnRli All plI: <'<> 1 Is tli", stuck,; 1 They held that II ao pITro ,,
:
j / fl 69 pill tl2 n or __...H'.ttnr......__ 4651> II.
I 1 vegetables require a fertilizer con. nheitt' nhlili' 'li.nl gone through,. the tt'a 7 1U p u 110.o" ._......_.Eaat YYIaLka............... .. 'U I' G 7b ,
i at least 10 per cent actual ./kyj (' r I
laming !
spoilt" slim' '
h I hi the wnslwlII'tt'r.! henvlor erTr h 7 II m P 121ap Ar ..___PnlM1 tka ............... LY hop j:; Olen;;"
4 + and inu.lc better lour than anyitlier. 00 II U p 1126 a Ly .._.._. p..I"t k. ............,.... Ar II 00 I' tl :" "

ll l y PotashWithout .mil that, ''IJ.','" was risk of datn- 0'v; ; :7 J all) P A. ...._......,..R..n. M.................,.. Ly -:210p J -.- -
igi( If 'the HIV cut took pl.icr In thc gran. "0 2 10 P 8005 LY ............. can ,.....ttJO......._...... Ar [' C3c

/ .1t b 14Ll try or In the Hour bin. C -71111 I' 7189. P Lv _.__..?.......N Mill- ......._..._.. Lv 8231'1" If) -,-, ....
Ii'. I rotnsh: no fertilizer Is complcti Them IN wisdom( In the views of R 1131' 1lt p .. ._ ?__..Denaplle?......_._._ .. ;'
', and failure. will follow Its use. those old inilleis. "lille lucked 8111 p, 1.1 aft I' .". _....__.......J)opoo,..??...__ ..' .:;.
'
they I< 411.1 __..._ .._ .. r
'' ( y' .... .' liiivuourvillimMnbookilon 0\ 120p .Ormond. ..._ 310o 4'11(' ,
rHll'iiilil
t f Evan: fi rtlll r 1 'ullnu- Ilic-j ar." ant ailwrtiiiltiiflitiltttr I'uiilirmatioii as to exactness: t there are 0\ I x II" 1 811" .. .?._........11''"y1Onll..........._.. 8 00 PI 4 I _
I q t , li, :iuln4: :I:; in i 11 I r I") f tlthin, or. lint Ihoiisiinds. ui nc'll Informed, 91111' 161 P .1 __?..__.Port Ornnllo......?_... 2 e1) p I ,, 4 .".; ..
1: l ">ok.'irniilhorlfnllrolnrornintliin' mmneluriiMiriilll people who 0 "I) 9 70 11 :2 J 1111' a.r ...__._ New 8m.1'u........_.... .. 2 90 1 4 I ".1i1
I .I"'tUi> (urmnrS. HuutlnxlurlUuiwkiuK tli In I; thnt Kansas will ftirulHh better 7f Il I ,
.1 C a H Ar _._._.. .. Late U"n ..... .. 12. '
/ I worr.sNew : p ? ? ? L'I' p' 6 tU> :
i: I'tJII111I1 will!
1'' I I I |>rnM1N )LI Improve time enviable .a 10811.. a alJ I' .. ._ .....Orange; JIll' .............. .. 12 115 P 6 114 '
y, i..'( \ortAituiin. Ou.-\::'j i uiltJl Irri-l.Ilrnail orAtliitiln .. Strnot.I .j reputation for her wheat and flour mm a. 1013 u 4 00 I' .. ......Oraoll.. CIII Jundtlon..... .. 12 80 I' 6 45i ; 1

I "! when fnrmcis. shall Htjick their \\lieat.I'lirinor. -11 :2 J 2p LY ?.....Nevr 8myrn.....___ L. -2:J ')0 P- -4 m f?
I ) t ::;;;_: ""_ "'...ahty...!..... -.llInslill 1000 I' :7 U I' .. ...._.......?.0..1< 1111I..._?.__ I 64 I' 3,1C \' .
- fTtri 10 III I' 8 Sup a.r ............?..TIuavlllo.?.._.?._. .. 1111' a 00 ,
; . -\Veekly Sailings . --. ((1o \
I I THE HORN FLY. To Cure 11 Cold in One Day a. ....... A r? .._?........,,MnnraM. < ...__?._? Lv o
tI) .......?.10 00. LY ...?...._....._enutord......_.._... AI' --I--I100 i i 3
Take LAXATIVE UHOMO JI-IMNK Tab BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. a. -
A I'l'culliirly U..Cr.l >... rm( II* lets. PriigKlHts. rotund the motley If it -p 80 I' L. _..._..._ Tlt".Ule ...._?... Lv 1181' a nn" n "'
{ I".I 1.:11..1..1: Itealydf.b fails to cine. K \VV. OIOVO'H 11111 I' 4 0\11'\ __.....Coc......?..__.?__. .. 12 311> 7 1.. ,
1'' signatureIn : at Charleston S. C. both U 1122 I' 4 III P H __ .. sock 1..0..1':0..._._ J 19 110 I' :I"I u 1
liy! JOHN' S"'"::="ICfoH..rl" II I., """"rl- each box. 2'io. lied\ CIOHS' Pharmacy ways) 11611 I' 43 I' H __...Rnu U"lll. ?.___ .. 11118 a 141., _.
mint station Finest bQ '..r 12030 41H p .. _._...6telbn urno.?_.._? .. 114a 1 I ,
The Steamships in the Coastwise Service C 12 al" II 31 P H __.....nbarttllm.?._ 11111.. I ti I ,:3VI::
In the ..
appearance' hOI.tII.r( 1 Is much 18) a 6 2\1"\ __... .Mt. L aek ....._.__. .. 1011.A I'J ( \
?; M i! IIUJnllt'r !tlniii t llie onlhiiuy, IIOIIHO fly 'p, 1 nn a. II 41 P ... __?.....Wort p Ioa'o..,.___._. IlIlIa D,,11' 1 N
i" I I lIut'rr hull 11I1'A'p11,1; ATMOSPHERIC NITROGEN. The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. U 9185 US I' __._._.lbh&la........__.?. .. 1I110"ill '0
I yrobnbly> / IIM U 2225 7121 _._.......E..n... ........ _?.._.. .. l7 128" 1- ,
i I about HIP mi mo color. The fly miiUo< 1..llItI. In \<,C n luini.* For llirect ter v 1 ca 11 a t aeon 'f 11 P '. _._...?..?.J..nasn............._. .. U 21 ai, I I' ij
j ,1) Its en tI) 2wa:J 728p .. ___......stun "................... ..; 8I1 it ,Ii I III
" 1!I. ,, iiiiponrunco (hiring tIm middle o. All !Mull lvllaThe Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points. 0A a 7 66 P _. _?..._.. HoIII' Bound .......__... .. 8 45Ii, II'''
\ 1 ,: 1 I, later tII:iy s of Juno, lu-cor.'liiK to the, only direction In which Hull luoc- ,4.1 8 27.. 814 P _._......West Ju pU.................. .. A 211> I" l!' GN
I t "j'j'i (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 4 Of a II 61 P .. -weai him Dew h........ .. 7 481ry ((14, ,
J'' I 1\) I noasoii. ula lion linn !been ivndi'ii" inure or U!minncllcablo SEMI: .WEEICLY SAILINGS; 482a OUp H ___.........Bnyntnn........,...... .. 721)a 'a: ". 1 vl
: ,t JJjt/ Of lute ycnrH., hj' reason of It* rnp11mtilllliratInn. ' 1 Is the liKiculiitlou with Cultures BonthhoundNorthbound.from: ewln wharf Boston ':: 4 U.I\ 28 P .... __......?.....Del roy......._....._.. .. 7 10 n I .OfPENINSILAR

g;: : ; ;r; K e1 urul alarm tuna been of Mirious tubercle! bu.tl'rili.111'11 . . . . . . . .. .. . . .. . ... .. from foot of Cuthoriiio Street, Jack.onville/ 11810111121" .. _.....Ft: LnnderUale< ?.........., .". 0 0 1''a ,,,
i } CO __.......... Danl" ................. lUa60xa'iiSt1
:-\ Inoculiitlun van tlicreforo! bo ----- -- --- __..... .lIall..n4nln....??....".. .. M1lSa 7 I III
f .... up- 24 u 11117" .. _,?,?......L.mnn It: .._....... .. II 84 a '
rtir p1lpd> tu IcKuinos>1. uml! legumes only. Clyde St. Johns lliver Line. 118 .l1U" A. _..._ ....._..Mtsm1................... LY a'1JaSonnuy
!1FM1 I \' HO doing vfo make the
.j' ,, >. may possible (Dellary Line.) -I od'
r formation if Inbirol.'H t and therefore bHOMCSTLAD ,
E
11ETWEEXTA'JKsONVlME: AND SANFORD.Htopping 'R XTINCION .r
lit /llxiitlon: of nitrogen" by leguminous I If
at I'ulatku, A.tor, !He. Francis, llnronf ril. (IHiF..inil), alltlmtermelIatelalld. -
crops| In such soils. where tho proper lnift on the At.John's Kiver.STEAMEUH 6460 ........... L. ...... ...........1I1I"ml.............?.... Ar ........ -r. "-"-,
JIII.t'I'11i! are nnturnlly nlini'iit. "CITY .TACKSOXVILhlJ" ". 8 00.. .......... Ar ..... ........lI Jl\"at".d.............. Lv............ IN. I
1t 1 1sl -s
(+ ("'{ Hut It should ills,) bo remembered. li., aoiiolnteil' to sail an fellows Leave JnckHfinvillu, !HutunliivfTiioniliivn' anti 1'hursduys i -
Il I I tIl I lli.t: lit niOnt Hoilrt. dip fuliuro oC loguinl-; at a.JH: p. 111. Kutlirnlinr! leave Hanli.nl Aloiiiluyii \\'eilnt8ilaysuml .. 23 No. 21 No 19 No. 17 No. 13 ," 0 : StLe
; l;t tr trlilays at D..HI: <1 a. m.Hiiiitlilliiiiuil D.lly SundayS..ndly5unday Dally MAYPORT BRANCH. N0. I" ,.".. , U. ,.
It.u4 rropH' to grow Mitt lsfactorii-. 1 Sun r r Only. 'ExSun
-- Oallh
ti Sutl
$ f U.'v not to time ulH uf limo North.UnundRena ; I _.::
3y ) 4111' scHEDCi.E.
nonv: siioniNrt A BAND or1" IIKSTINO FLTTN.I : propersoil dawn. I head up. OOP 1 041 pi 2 00 p I 9 80 a I' 0 OlIn I.v ?.....?Jarkm nvllln......... Ar': S :10 n'I' i iH 144: ,
I ) ''t (From Oxlioin, after lnnu<.t Life] : liacleriii, but to general unfuvoriiblo uuve a 'III p. in ... .. .. .. ..::-:--' .k..n'.lIle' ..-- .- : . .Vrrlve 2 nil a. 111. II on p 6 dip i 118 P 98K a II 1111.. Ar ......11... Jiu-k soiivlU..?.... Lv JJll 1 I I'' a 01 ,
R wll Holt condition*, to absence of uRiitllclont Leave 1I"4t p'. Ill. . . .. . .. . ... . ... ..I'alntkaHoroHloril . . .. . .. . . .. .. . . Leave. H ro |I'. 1l. 8 40 p 7 241!l | J40 |I' 1010a 11110 ....... .Pablo :).-,".h .....?. .. Blind1 1 5
created! ninoriK HtocUin4'ii on account of Leave a ,IHI .n. in. .. .. . . .. .. ... . . .. Aotnr .. . . .. ... . . '.clive 1 :I tc p. 111. 6 "'I' 721lp\ :2 J 49 p 10 Mai 9 44 "I". ...... ..Atlantte Bom:lu...... ,. T 4. 1I1I I .
the iH'ciilliirly IrrltatliiR/. flinrnctor of iiiiiouiit of lime, oil a suillliut Leave 43Ua.lI1..... ... . .. .. ... . I'4t. Fntneie, .. . . ... . ... . I..vlt 21101.111, _7_on._I'_7 41 p a (Hi' p Hi jo a lit 00 ............ Mavriort ......,..... ? 7 .10 nil ll I I ,
,,) lilti1 of which cattle (.' iiiiiouiit of liiiinim or of nuinclont leave . .... ... .. .. .. .. ((11.1.111111)) .. . . . .. .. .... ...1.euve 10111'.111.
,r I tlie In coiiMiMiiidico Arrive ft .10 a. inAirlve .... . .. . .. .. .. . .. . .. . Hanrord . .. . ... . .. .. ...Leave. n an a. m.
,, yl, do not tlirlvt'. When In lirjL niinilioni iteration 'jbo Inoculation of such sons in:on .a. in ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..... .]onlerl.rl.e.. . . ... . .,.. .::.._: .. ..Leave 10 (1111 a. 11Cen'l AND OCCIDENTAL) : STEAM SH'P CON 'ECTfNiS AT \V.;, .
t, they gather about the bnso of the nulN" without provloiH 1 liiipro\'mont would!
Passenger and Ticket Office 122: W. Bay Jacksonville. ------- ---
Ir inn la' IIDI-IIH. to rent. mill are Monx'tlnx"! IKu Avnxte of elTort" anil money.Tlicro .
+ found, covorlnij tl:0111 for several Inches H ample' Jiistillcallon( / therefore -t-i r. M.IR/IVMOVItlCRJaAastten.Pass.Agt!: lii Went Hay St.racksonvllloVia. 'S Close Connection ,Made it Miami with Steamshl.os of the P. & O. S. !S >r "" I
I ,1I y to utter hero 1\ w.irnlnK againsttnimueoucrptiun W. O. COOl'lSH' !! Jr., Un-al. i Krt.Aut. .Urkaimvllle, C P. I.OVKI, aui|, rint3iiilent Jacksonville.
I( L JJiirluy: hl'II1'11111" they oolloi-t! on Meat linicnn Bt, Jacksonville Fla. HAVANA AND JEY"w.C ,:.
?.vl ; the unilernlilo of the iuiliniir nbdonleui nnil unjustlflablc! \ ex- A.Ct. ICAdKlirV, U.n'llCluot'n, 1'"... Agt.ew York "I.YMIJ.F!! : :, lIell.l Frt. Airt., New York. .
poctntlon. iKiioriince" In this direction TI Il(m. U. KIKK: riHimral Manager \VM. I' 'L\liK A c'n., luniTiil Apelltl.Uboa ; -+-- -
They nttiicU liy prt-fi-ri'in-B the upper hronab KulliliiiK., lu State St., Opposite. Ilattery Park, New York
c : i ,1 will be !In otherdlrectlotH Thoae Tlmo. Tabloa how tho tlmflm atvlilch trains. mayheexpnetedtonrrtr.' .'
exploited.: IIM 1 Ignorance
H part ot the baby. usually' selecting, C. II. 'VAI.TOSAJ'cnt. Titus lllc Flu.Atlantic from the several . ..
(; t\ shut" but thnlr arrival or dm>m ,,'o..t tln o" tlm.'. .Litril I. i
t those jmrU which are most out of has: 1 been exploited hy attempts our u this Company t<,beheld resix.nelblofaranydelayeuranyaousequuuu'; '" "
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I - - --- -- -- -- -- -- --
rencii-uiinii'ly, over the Imck-nml. In to Nell to fiirincrn Improperly

k'I d contrast to nioHt other tile, they I't'- Informed,I culnirvs' of Hull bacteria ad- For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CAHD or Other Informs.n

I i' p' lrr, main upoit' lima nnhiuil tiny lint! night, vertlMiMl us (lie, pnmilca for all soil UN. Coast Line "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."
a 1 1'i InQlvtliiK tliclr torture coimttintly.. In Let the limn who \vli4lieM to luooulnto' R'y

,, t tho fi'oUlnx" attitude the, Ily mny lie no- Ills Holl remember thut It Is not yetpriutlcnblo J. '*>. RAHNER. Asat. Oen'l Paw. Azt.: ST. AUQU5TIM

J jl' dceil with \vlngs, RpriMiU' 1 ready for to Inoeiilnto It 1'01'Vhl'ut or
I f Qt tit# 1;,, illgllt. piitntoes or melons, mid, while It H The Great Through: Car LIne from Florida. Coach Excursion. ticketson Effective June :.1, 100.; The schedule figures for the Mayjiort Him IDO

' + t;, No uoi-urnto CMtluiate can l Iu> iniule of practical! to Inoculate It for alfalfa or sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November. Homestead Extension an shown on above time-table, has been changed IIi' mal

the Injury resulting.: from this peat{ In fill)' beans or other legumes: ho sliouM trains being put into set vivo between. Jacksonville and Mayport, and rh, -i C'' ce

j catllo raising ctlonx.. Itoof[ cattle In- inform liluixelf an to( the real facts before TO Till: HAST. between :Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day each wax ''unpSouthern

I1 : ironsu in weight slowly If ut nil ulilli1 proceodlnRltli! his Inoculation.MPHSPS. .- Over Its own rails to Savannali Charleston Kichmoud and Washington, thence Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving Miami! n
I1 fall oil In tliolr t milk tromQuo.tolll.tL VoorlioeM and Llpmun. via' the Pennsylvania Railroad
{ milk cows For collect schedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. Ky., or for pn-ke, ',",e'
to oiio-liulf during their
card! address the A. G. 1'. A.
THi AVKST.
HAW t< Cat Aaprntfn TO
I
p1'eNl'lll'N
1 r r Auioug H'UK'illea recommended might It Is: not nd4'Ikable.. to cut Uio nspava- I'lio Loulavlllu & Nashville via: Alontgomery. The Mobile &; Ohio It. It.

110 inonllonod the dully treiituiout of JellS bud till the plants have been three

fresh ilruiiiliiKi| with fresh Mutt', thore- TO THi: BAST. "IA STKA3ISII1P.

1' 4 by destroying tlio larvae; uli4o Uia uppllciitlon Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship: Company fur New York rhiladeldhia Boston Railway

f' to limo cattln t of mibHtancvi Via Norfolk /Steamer to New York "U'ltshlngton; Haiti more. Via :Savannah ;
? and Moiclmnts' and Miners' Transporttaion Company for Baltimore -
ciUouluteil to disgust the tiles and i>re-
y1 ML and L'hlladelphia. FKCTIVi, : )MAY 28, 11)0.1.
e
vent or modify their attack the latter

I being! almost tho tinhci-gul custom. Two Veltlhule 'J'rnlnM "...t. No. 34I I Nn. 20 NORTH-; AND WEST.I.v .
I P TO KIJY' WI3ST ANI) HAVANA.Vl.i .
R t The doft'cti of tliesu riMiiodlra uro ol>- .J..ok.uuvillu . .... . ..811 Ry' II 101\ 6llp I.vJacksonvtlle. .1.... . f
+ Peninsular A Occidental. sfeamship! Company Lv 1141)I .. ... I
( L vlousliere InliororH' lire scarce, and at --- --- ---. -- -- ---- -- --- iv: Savannah! : ::: :: .: :::: : ::: :: :: 1 21)11::: I 12 In4Up 130 ArPinion Lv.iesupis.::. (14'::: . :. .: . w
!bout they but nifiiKurly.: fulllll their represented t'ohnnbla. . ... .. .. .. .. .. II nap II (tIHI Ar AAhlltta (.
merits. Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Ar Charlotte .. . .... .... " 10 01\1\\.. Ar )tome. 3Artreenhnro \. . . .
I I .. . . .... .. .. u t III'r. 121111' Arllalt.Ua.. .. .. . .
b "1 Tho atiplliince now cliiiilojeJ, at the Ar1)anvllle. ... .. .. ... .. .. 22h. :2tap I ArClmttanun'lI.' . '::0

1 ; m.41 ,Virginia agricultural e pt'l'lnleIlt stutiou 1\1 I14I.UJ '.rICJ{(:'I'S. eE-Richiuu-nd! \. ... ... ..... .. .. 'tl 6NU, ]Jp Ar Ar'luchmaLlO iexfngtnn.: Ky . : : .. .: IN'!

l coIusIxtx l of nn ordinary spray Interchangeable. mileage tickets /good. over 13XX: ( ( miles of among the principal Ar .. tm chbnrg' :: :: A4x .4 2np *
Ar ( harlnttevllle.: :::::::::: II Ixn It Lv ';'Incinn5Ll,0... . . . ... 1111 I i
pump of large capacity, to which H railroads In the' southern slates are on sale by the prlnclpall\gent8. Ar WnMhlnlltun ....., . .. " I 9 M/1)/ II nap lop \\r.hlclllte... \ .. ... .. .__ u
I t ('()u neal t a tlc r les of nozzlos BO nrrangid For reservations and Information. apply to agents of the A. C. I*, or write, Ar 1I..ltlJllor". ... ... .. .. .. 11 Ana 11 261: I.v Cincinnati' '. 0. .. . . 1'u, 1
.. .. " . . . . 1\\a
ArSVestm'hdadelphia. I4tp.
23111' ArChlclllo.JlI.
(MJD AND riXM WA\:H OF! CUTTIXO.yoar.s
an, to throw a powerful uprnyirm FRANK C. ISO!LBTON, Hist. P.iss.' Apt.; W. n. HTARIv, Tray Puss. Agt. Ar New Ynrk . . . . .. .. 0 4 tap 6 :Ann( r.v f'llIcl i aI 0.: . . . :.. t' II 4'
I 1 all part: of the aitlmul !but more set, und the cutting, should ulWUJH 138: West Hay St., Astor Dulldlnir JACKSONVILLE, FLA -;------:- --- --- --- --- Ar ChlcnK"Ii.. .. ... ..._ .. \J

specially> on HIOHO parta most rreiiuMitcd cease' In Julie or 1 by the 1st of 11. M. EMEKSON: Trallio Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Oen'l. Pass Agent Dally o.34-Sew l'ulhn&: DrawlsR york and R"mut5lrepingCar Florida. F.xl'rp.1'0rt." L'v fhroinuuti- 0. . . . . .-. -'il

,' by the /fly The pump Is easily uptt '- July. Wir.MlNOTOX. N. C. Tnml.alldJlwk.ullvlloto. :>iow York. ArTolednII ". '' ' ''I
__ . _ Ar1wtmlt' D Ii il'_ :.: ', '' I
crated cutoff! being no -:31t-'V..blllltton and, o-lnrll. Limlteil" _
by otio motto u III cutting ntparniiin the knife should n ,
Dally Pullman Drawing RoolII Car I.v Cincinnati, I.. .. . . I I' '
I ,. arranged ilK to be within easy reach of bo Inserted vertically (t'Ig..1t\, so that Jacksonville t..:Sow York Slu"Ilug Ar I'I.t8ll11rg. I.'n. ... .. . . 4

ytN 'tho! who uUu cotitroH the A..JEitI> ---- LVCm..11Inatl.O.. .. .. . .. II '
operator the crowns will not b<> cut or Injured.In !3 J13 ----- '
I'' 1! spray, tilt position It the knife may do JiJL. Tlrnngh'"vita LAND: OP' 'XIIE 8In'"' I No 30 At l.vlaxlnbnlKy!:!'Ievrinlbl. n\' .. __. . "

I, 1 H Keroxeuo emulsion after the follow. much ml"chhr.-HIII1.. AIR LINE RAILWAY. f'vlm'k.unvl11e,11a' .... .. .. ....So. Sty 7 rap Ar l.mixville, Ky. .. . . 11'
t'' ) lug formula imam proved the most ef- LvSnvannahi1). . . .... .... ... ., 1'2iSa ArSt.I.oufxMo.! .... .
:: ::
Arlulllmhla.8. C, . .. . ... . . .. 1100. Ar ArAnnlMlolI Alit.- 1
1 fcctuul rl'lIIl'lly.t tried: l"elloImnll., ArAshevllleN.C.... ... ... ... . .. lisp .
I' one-balf pound' ; soft water, 0110 gallon; FOK- Arllnt Spring.. :N. C.... .. .. . .. .. 9 8:11 Memphis ArlllrmloKh.m.r..nn. .... . I ,
Arhnoxvllle.Toou. .. . . .. ... tAr
0''ap Ar"an..Jll'ily.1I10.. . .
} -, I )KcroHono oil, two giilloiiK. :SAVANNAH: COLUMBIA, CAMOEX[ SOUTHERN PINES:: RICIIMOXD, t.nUavllle. .. . .. .... ... . . , ,1111I'11' -
Shine the soup lino nUll 11 lot ROI0 Inllie FIFTY CENTS Ar St. Lotne. . .. ... . . ... .. .. .. .. 4 Slip :Alum -hl-T-nn. .." ..
ly I water at boilliiK tempera turo, WASIIIXOTOX:: BALTIMORE rillLADEI.riUA, :NEW YORK ArClnclnlll.tI.n .. . .. . . .. .... Q.&C% x165 lfurl.rlnir.Ark. ...._ .,

''i j' Place kerobeno: oil In the barrel contalulng 1\". 3II-IItlly: Pulhunu raw'1t' Itnom and No. II-"Thl: 1'lcridn 1.lmlte.1.
S 'v lIulT"t RI""I'lnC Cllr between ve.Uhule trmn thr""I'b dry con
r .: the spray pump, to which . Two Elegant Trains Daily . 11I1'lnul1l\\ J""k.ouville and man S'.Ih'K' Care. J..k.onv/lh
y
t'' ; i should be added the hot soap solution. No. 1J-P"lIman: Drawing Ron, -

1' I ; uilxtui-tf la now churned vigorously some conditions the Excellent Dining I Car 8oryh' between .ll1ck.ollvtll.. Blrmll1Il'' '
Ii I IN Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Kansas City alld L'oloraol' Sprlur.
)ly through the pump for fifteen' or gain from the use

I t twenty minutes! or until the ivholo AltRIVALS; AT JACKSONtlLLK.
of Scott's Emulsion is
L inns becomes like thick cream and U: MODERN: PULLMAN EQUIPMEXT.ON : [ From :New York, WaKhtngtnn\ oto-No. 20, "WawhlnRton and Florlila, Llmltcil,
i fully emulslfled.!) Ono gallon of wateror very rapid. For this From New" York WaMiinuton. etc-No.33: "WaMnngton end Florida Express

( lu OIl, .'proportion) Is now added reason we put up a LY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville' to New Orleans From Cincinnati Aaherlllo, etc-So 29! "WaflhlnKton and Florida. TJmltod1

a to prevent the solution from becoming From Chicago, (Ciuolnnatl. Atlanta. etc.-No. 14, "Florida, r.imlted".. .

I thick curdy and troublesome to be dla- fifty-cent size, which is For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent

nol\eil. ThU la to bo Kept as the stock enqugh for an ordinary' Seaboard or write J. o. L"USt3:., I>ist. Pass Agt.,

solution and diluted In the proportion coughor cold or usefulas 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville'
4 i of one part to flvo of water and thoroughly A. O. lAcuoxtoT.r..t. Jen.. Pass. Al:t. S. C. I1OVLSTON! Pans. Agt.

mixed: by agitation through the a trial for babies J_\CKSO VlI.T.E. FLORIDA 8. II. HARDWICKP.T.M.Wa.hingtnnlC.: W. II. TA YLOE. O. !'. A. \VsI

;. Pump Just. prior to using. Only Uio r''- and children. In other BROOKS :MORGAN A. O. i'. A_ Atlanta. na.

I tiulrcd amount most lio mlxml. In tho conditions the is
e ) gain 50 YEARS'EXPERIENCE -
1 ----- -
pump! tor one Application as It tends:

j to nepnrnto and !gives unsatisfactory ret slower-health cannotbe FOLEY'S

t suits Too severe and continued\ agitation built up in a day.In .

1'.l' 1 : U to 1 bo voided, as It tends: to such Scott's
cases
7 itu'.so the solution to foam In which

;, I '' v.rendition w Ill nut spray cntlafnctorily Emulsion must be takenas KIDNEY CURE Visiting Cards and Invitations

b / 1 and. requires a few moments to nourishment! a food

+ t { settle. __..:.._ rather than a medicine. Will curo any caso of Kidney TRADE OC.MARKS

II'' Sliull m..>nt !!.. "(......-.lf It's a food for tired and or Bladder disease: that is not COPYRIGHTS IGNS Ac.
tho reach of medicine. Anvnn.ndtngat.trhanddt.ert '
m
T
beyond
r' To stack or not to stitch: U n rjues- weak digestions. Q nloaias"ena111: our opinion free whether ma
Invention !II pmtmhtr .
lion which some( say Is too often unSWOIIH GIVEN UP TO DIE. .nitiiomtul.pttionMhlo.. HANDBOOK(Communion.utmmMrtctlrtt .'.r. .
on mt
B. Spires. 130* VlntloU St., E..I.1.m.! .., .*.tit h,.. 4M<1mc HitMiof
il! In the negitlvo In Kansas The fiend lu, leer .mr' Ind.., writ...i "For over. (our imra I w.. troubled Patents, '.jU..Tt thnmirh forecunnrpnenta.Munn A c.x receIve -PRIXTEU AT-
n ; fact Hint tl.H: portion of the Kansim with kidney and bladder mtloction. I lost nosh peal _It.. wtthoat chnm. ., in tae

iI't crop which that reaches the innrketfinds and we.uuabletowork.and I .Rion Three. phygIrian dle. .Polity*fallwl. Scientific Jlttiericam
I to help me w up to
the .ltn'f' of lilt year's cV ,p at Scott & Bowne, 409 4is Purl si. Kldner Car was oommenJ.l end the tintbottle .
Ch........ New York treat relint and after Ukinff the A IIlln".m"r.m..Il.. | .... w their lowest so that prices often start. .. .tt1':1; waj entirely cured" tttatlnn:: any ,.rn\4..7h\ Ten.e, CI a
.n.! .,.00. All druKfUti *, new.d.l.r.) .
t nt maintained!better c!flcwes, stimulates than are tho desire afterward for joe. Two Sl*.. 50 Cents and 91.00 MUNN & Co.30IBroadNew York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

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KAST COAST ADVOCATE. SEPTEMBER 8. 1905.



JACKSONVILLE I being'1 ".

HELPING OLD I! In his wool abed! he has for hla rrSE .A. LT OJ:>T
breakfast hot water and ton!!!t. Isle .

Went : dinner he usually takes with some
WESTMORELAND HOTEL Bay ami Cedar Street
\ friend, and. his supper Is hard bread .
FLA.
JACKSONVILLE: Hobby of an Iowa
and coffee. lie Is a sturdy man, tJ'Ol1lof !

American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open- Philanthropist.COSTLY slight! InillJ.

ed this season. Fine cooking! and !Rood table. Hot and Cold Water
GIVEN TO A GLASS COFFIN. SELF-LOCKING
Baths, Elevator, eto. Five minutes from nuy wharf or depot. All HOME
Inillnnn Pi....>r says: It Will Itevolntlonlae -
a. 'eet cars pass the door. Rates, tl.: to t.1:! O per day.Jurs. 1'unerala of 'of1tr.
lion Ahrohnm Slimmer of
.\. J. WALKER, Proprietor. ...., :\osv. LlTlnK l.i a Wood A glass eollln 1 Is the Intent cronttonof
M. Stafford, apreieher.
the llev. James
---- .....
Trylnir to Ho Practical
who has patented .seven other
The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 111. Wealth-.t lluchclor :invention, and he declare. It a
aiunklud. but Attri.HluK :*t. 'r,Mt success uiul that It will revohitl.mlxe T..A..CKLEELOCK:

-On the American and European Plan- anti n KruKiil Ller.Abruhaui tho methods of burial\ now in
Under: new tna..:'igeni! nt. Newly turuiidiud lenovutcd. A ple.is.int voirue. says (n Washington, / special dlspulcli -
family home. Hales: American Plan; $J.OO and $:! flO; European fiOctB Slimmer: of \' / to the Chicago Inter Orenn.In .
and up. All cars form Union Station stop at the door. most eccentric of American hU capacity, of mliiMer he was

If. W. HAXCOCK, Proprietor. alre phllaiitLroplsts", brought) face to" face, with tho needs of
..c beautifully located Riverside Hotel at Green Cote: Springs, is under tho :$pOUU) to the Sinai, Hospital"' ", Improvement In raring for the dead. : : ..

same ninnusomenf. of Milwaukee: far a new Oftentimes It was not possible, to proserve -
---- --- attachluK rut! novel! ,'ou tho body until relatives anil

lines: to every gilt, "says, a I)l'K friends' e.mld arrive from a distance.Kveti .
New Hotel WilldlP JACKSONVILLE; :; FLORID special dispatch to the :New If the burl.ll could be delayed! t
10 East. Forsyth Street.
aid the List. view of the remains was denied

Center of City ; cool, airy looms, ; mst-class In appointments. The best Slluiuier Is a follower of no After months of thought and experiment -
and a believer in no crvod. ho perfected, gl.iss" easier.
$,i to $2.30: American pUn house In the city. Open nil tho yenr. European philosopher\ living upon the Tinvirtues of the glass lotlln. us etpl.ilued : Is" a now and great Invention, as it saves time money and l.ilior. It will

plan $1 per day one poison. Free bus from trains and steamships Near fare woiirlntf uuiireU-ntlous, ( by DIr Stafford, are manifold. work hoilzontttlly, upside down or at, any niiRUi./ It Is Impossible for' the ropoto

I all car lines. :Special weekly rates. C. IJ. SMITH: Prop. sloepliig/, lu u woodthcd uiui The old Kgyptlnn. method of embalming when locked, and no lover or tiller mope attachment is used In this do
unburden himself of liU. ,' bus been far sui-pussed, In every slip
way to iilluvluto the sufforlng respectVheu' his cotliu It.l.um.1111, l- I vli-o. Tlieio I Is only ono ropo to hoist, lower (mid! lock line load and It is Impossible -

SI ABHI:I/.I: :, I''I.OIt11).Y. world. versally adopted, us be coiillilently exixvis for the mpo to Jam or ohafo, and there Is nothing to get; out of orderIn
He )giv: Ms home, worth :$"i it to I..,. nIl bodies will become ,' .
the sisters of clinrlty for a mummies, and there will lie. no limit to this original' tackle block.

\but required that It ho ... (. the time tliut t remains may be preserve Slay bo 1"01lit James! Pilteb.iid it .Son's\ or lit taw AHVOCATK: uftli'e, Tttnm/ 'ille.jff .

BONAIR CABIN uoiisectiiilan hoHpltal. He rt.t ,!.
his apartments to the wood I Nowadays' embalming nud preservation
rear of the lot, whore b., now of bodies are expensive nnd cunnof -
OCEAN BOULEVARD, SEAUREK/K, FLA. lie says' the UHMiclutloiH of b,' .iilTorilcil. by many people. The
One block from the Ocean anti (M.nendon.: Largo airy erty are too dour far him to thought of ilcviiy, enrtliwdrnis wvmteruud

Koonis. Good Table: Reasonable Kales by the Day: entirely, so he has asked that other Uliiib-cd horrors" onuses the L

Week or Month. Dinner :"iOc; ; Breakfast or Tea, :JOo.S. upend his remaining yens In consigning:; nf. the b.idy t I.> !lie grave to
S. JONES, Proprietor. up the ,property for the sltt>r* be looked, upon with dreiul.remeterles .
To him money appeals' often lieeoiiie a menacelo :
- ------ ----------- -
snys' Hint for bin happiness growing cities. through the pollution
wants 1 Is (a crust of bread, u : coiiilnr; from df'ci'ylng bodies. The
lay his head mid lotlu's to .'h"'I/'I' grades of wondcn. eolllns\ now
[HE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA: (D.iyton; ,, I
,) <'IOI'I<(.t. couifortiiMc. lie says!' the lu use lire merely Blued I together and
moment of his!' life will be 1 after lie-Ing! pUnnl In the ground amisub.eclel l'il/

The only Hotel on Dayton.i Reach (Open the Entire: Year. to unburden lilinwolf of all hU .; tI moisture 'fall impart, and
and start, on uu equal footing 'the tlet't.iumd.tttbst.iuce: I Is curried oft1 by
fellow linings In the struggle I lilt wiitv-r 1 to strtMins iin.l \vt'I Is. THIS SHOWS \
II is a home-like hotel at a reasorable 1" Ice. Electric: lights and all modern tenllll<" '.

Lonvcnieuces. Sea food a specialty. Kiist-clnss livery in connection with the lIe wont to Iowa a poor boy. YnUnilortli J'.."* Hehfiur.SLi THE FRONT _

J.otel Hates J2.00 per day and upwards Special weekly and by the soason. Ten h<" itmnHsoil wealth through !' 'pa luue been taken nt l >a\VMou\, OF., THE fluSiii
Rbrc'w 1 \ furnished the beach In In Vnkoa territory, to. oiKiiul/.e" nn lu- WALTONPAT. A
igb grade; cottages: on connection with the. Hotel. UpcciaAttention ing, fowling nnd Boiling THESE e: ARE OUR
tenintloii.il polar' e.ieilltlonvlth 1111l'XIIt''llIll'ut.11
given to traveling men's comfort. cloiirlnir intuit, awl Relllng | BLOCK PATENT LONG'ROLLER
\ station tit IMwson' says
U. J. HOLT, Proprietor.OLI !nnnlly by Investing MM Uir: S-.Kte: (\'. ;. ..:.1 I I',' '.'-1 'tlcil'remvr.Dr. : BEARING
In hunk and renl p A. rlll'j<:i,'. n I'.i.1-.mi Ijii.lmaist
helping old |people 1 N tho / SHEAVES.at. .
anti! scientist 1 is no\v i.i I/dw'Sill I baclv
:Mr. Sllinmor. lie has given .
lug th,' scheme iii.il: u'u.ag! In "I1I1..tlbl'
) siAi5Kiixi:, CJOOOALL, FLA. of dollars for Iiospltnln, IIOIIIOH ;
Kjmp.uby i/l1 the Uitf.it;; i people\' III
friendless and old people's liol ''
the '. Tlie Is Killier tbomiMt
CIIUIIII'
pin i 1,1
be drives Ills lumrnlim well
.'

'he Seaside Inn DAYTOXA HKACII, FLA. Mined strutlnK his the mOIlI'shriwdnesby'. If ho gives mashers expert(bog VU.V.HI tirlvers.uul' ) other tiiul tlie noillicrii bestbred ,

dogs, which: will be trnlued, especially I
for some homo lie draws the \
for a ,ibihb to the pole. lie also
himself. lIe linn lunched In
In now open for the summer season under the management of tho owner. of lawyers who hnve been \plans to take ni.iuy mules tocuiry supplies .
HORACE F. MTE\V A H.'i'. handsome and new, situated on Dayt' u by rellRlous! societies to break over time \Ice. Tim mules will Ittl> .
Bench, the hotel is modem In all Its appointments with large airy pleasant tracts that they might violate .telloW'I killed I Inter to oinlco food I for that men " ,
rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keallug's Casino and 1 Pier. nnd clogs in the lust port of the rat mum uJuuruey. OSXiiXXSj
The surf is unexcelled. Terms lerl'to. the provisions therein. They .
bathing olO< .
.
been found too strong. It is proposed to niilkn uu
HORACE F. STEWART Owner and :Manager. ways
thousninl miles
exiierliiii'iitnl' trip of a
Mr. Slimmer U bachelor
u ,
Into. the Yukon vim Iley next winter, with L < ))
- --------- [
----- --- --- making his!' contracts there Is ,55.W
-- T1TUHVILLK, one cllln...,. That Is that that l Identical outfit. The year afterward i-? :
till plan Is to take n whaler! from
------- -- --- -- ---- be no women on the board of
[HE He bun no confidence In their Bering II II'n It for ALPINE COTTAGE, TITUsVILLK, FLORIDA.Sow ability He Buys they nro Mackenzie river, thence. 7 tulles over
and strife the lee to the pole, thence\ to continue
Home ammo
: opened. Everything at this boarding-bouse Is new and iiptod.itenUino .
XHi miles I I-'rams-Josef.
I.nnd
to returning

the welfare of the Institution.
and service frst-class, with reasonable' rates Good and polite at
'ention. MRS. KATE: MYERS, Manageress.F. nRaliiRt mnrrlMKc. That Is n ; to civilization via Norway.;
A. I.O'sLEY Assistant. his philosophy. "Thoxelio
because feel It IIeeele .:iqa..
they Patent Roller
------- marry aIton-Vinton Bushed Sheaves
?EACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE F LA. part of their duly, ." remarked lir. Osier's age 1 theory will have no
losopher, "or because they chance at all vtlu'n the Invention recently

Kiist-cl.ias Hoard at Reasonable TUtes. Restaurant and Retail Grocery In cumbent upon them to perfected by George f. roster
!" nni>.-tlon. }(HS. of Alainedii Cal -- -- -- - -
M. L. PEACOCK Prop. race by reproduction aru )( comes Into general
Another clause In hilt use, says a Han Frunclseo dispatch to

INDIAN SIMtlNCS, <}A.ME that no Inmate of any the Chlcneo: Iteennl.Herald. Bs pprl-
which he given money shall bu menu with barnjiml tow ha. hunts convinced -

to go to religious\ services. him that eggs, properly clot-tri

WIGWAM.YDLX HPTUN'QS, U.\., not object to servlees. being (fled I, constitutetint. elixir of life, so
the institution, but wants the lung HoiiRlit for. Colls of wire were

left to their own discretion ns In Id nroimd the nests In his henhouse- 9, ,
fiKOIir.lA'.S FAMOUS RKsoriT. I 1
I Intf. "Itccauxe," explains the and I the curt-flit turned on when tho

l panacea' for diseases for a hundred years, Is now open for reception of opher, "old persons, ml (ht not \ hens went to Iny It Is mild when I I'I I I
"ttn Fine Orchestra Howling, lillliaids, Swimming 1'001.) Located mid refuse to KO to wrvlces, and eaten the I'Jr/"t/ Il<'tIlk"\ n tonic. Ilyviirefnl ( I I I I III
>. between Atlanta and Macon. blg<)tell In their Ideas. They I 1l'h..tlOllfr.. Foster has breda I III _: Ili'' ; II I'I
.!I' (ie Medical Baths are obtainable only at the Wigwam. For analysis oft bear something that would "" race of fowl endowed with electric I : I II IIIII

1, i is and rates, address anger ulIll make them tnlseriilile. properties from birth., I I I II IIIllll
SCOVILLK 11ROS., trying to tmilcu their last yeari --- l I I I Iy
Indian UI
Springs, Ja. of perfect pence nnd happiness. ,
..".vn.iiBN* Onltl Tip. For Triulnsa.n.YVLett (
--- --- -- -- -- ---- With no freed, hu believes I
I: i LT3101 t 1:, N. c. growing rich In the mnlles "' Tluimas, Lawson, time Itos- I : I ,
upon him for Ids kindness. ton mllllonnlre, wan In Chicago recently y I -y
that It will Iw "llIlI'
lilLTMORB N. c. to enter lie klntrd.iiii/ of \' railway called upon him for pay for
Whrortli Inn .
for a camel to i puss through tinning; hiM upcclnl car over the line

VICAR: AHIIEVII.I.E.EN Ile'g rye," he Is rnplilly doing from rhlfiiK't Montreal: Hays a C'til- ----- -- ---
\i-lth lila eiirtlilv irnlti. he i'".. .. CII!:" dlxtnitcli. Lawson took u |1KK()

THROUGHOUT THE YKAK. "-\\-h-\\ ;; -I Is-money --'It In the; ;i;;; : bill from Ills wit lxtcont piM'ket and These long) Roller Hearing :MientcK' which are looked upon' us the fireate
baii'leil% It t' tin rullroiitl I :Mr.
to curb one' own wants, and > man.
antl-frlctlon roller bearing/ In the "rll. aro without cages to hold tho roll
Iii i rgia rfimirked Hint lie didn't
EDGAR B. MOORE: Proprietor. cOl'rf'jil'OIUllnlC| rnpnrlty to de) :' carry In place and therefore far durable
are moro and run with far less friction tba
'
others and to monks others <::. .g'; r.ir h'lU! : of that denomination.
"My possfsslouM lire a tru M.:. I.'tis I sou then told lllirtfts. I lie, coulrll.i'lul 1 tho old-atylo cage. The sheave canting are made .011.1. dtan.llnsr double. th

NHW Y01CK. which will hnvo to l lit' itlHKmml. blui tlie hiuw at the ilep">t. '1'.. utralnjof the skeleton lion sheaves

time, nnd there is no better nil the meiiilK.M's of the train crews. .
dispose of them than while I who hai: :led tilt cur over Itucountry
to plan mind ritfnre out what Is. Mr. Lawson liniiileHl $:'Ji!I O /gold ph'""t.
fotel Marlborough lo with them. It U not tclllni them to use the moiwy" where: THOUSANDS: OK THEM .SKM.INO (IN TIn: NEW ENOLAMi STATES

nnnot take the money with It would ib> them flit most itood. -Vor 'all kind of JIII/.lne..us where n Tackle Block Is r".t1WaltoIi !-
1 from till Held of human
K"
Broadway :30th and 37th Streets New York.
A MVmrnlna Fur HMblialln.
I cannot wear. It nl' cut It. I
'tnpletely Renovated and transformed In every department. Most cen- sleep mare than other men The wily Jap are un thy shore,
'Ily located Hakhulln. 0 Biikhallnl'"
hotel on Broadway ELECTRIC LKJIIT.S and TELEPHONK wM thnt would test
me n
'*rr room In the house Their guns about thine ear will roar
Money ;fcnernlly Urn \ :!:!!!
( heavily Sakhalin Bnkhalln!
'
"ROPKAX: : bath
PLAN" 400( Rooms. :O ) r'tOm"tell : $1.50 and up.
men's stomachs and Ho ready then to drop your armsAnd
without bath and with b.uh. bedroom and gives ) Block Co
$2: upward Parlor bath $3upward. : save yourself from cru.l harm.. Self-Locking
Parlor two bedrooms and bath t;; and upward. infh* most jf It sour f.U'f'II. Or ela! you'r doomed, hou.., purer and
.SWEENEY-TIERNKY: HOTEL COMPANY, he money! II nil I thy will have farm. ,,
denvi'iit, faces nnd happier Ih' Sakhalin. O Sakhalin
/
"
E. }to TIEKNEY Manager. "1 have tested iny.nyMtem by 401 Atlantic Avenue .. IK WTO V, MASS.
W. icorc could find you on the map
onwlenre and knnw It Is -- Smkhalln O Sakhalin :.
Mr. Korkefeller will let me And yet we .rl.v. at your ml..hap."akh..lln. .
lnon">.v fur awhile lie will die O Bakhalln!
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE roe after I bare pent It all. lie .. can't don't do guess anything what they you'll want run. of you JOB

a puiiper In everything but They'll beat you black they'll beat lotS PRINTING
!- Carnegie" will never be happy blue .
-Y- flukballn. O Unkhalln''
I1' gets down to true life and '
Cleveland
Plulii DrnUr.
tress and sorrow aral !
'1uOUR PRICKS ARE EIGHT bomllln rlon." has Htwod the Text; Years Executed at the office of the

...., '... Hlimmer does not believe In old original; GROVE' 'raatel.es
'i moniimrntil for himself lu the Tcjnio. Yon know what you are
libraries and shoals. He akin*. It U. Iron and quinine In a taste,

. ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING . I ;true rsb charity aDd Cori.cietue It to nurse aoiong the bin M form.Crow I'humacr.rlfuonl1le.No cure DII pay. &Oct., .Fla.. at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.







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? ;' I *. Jtf"H If I I A 1110\|/ N|\ D\ S .I :*: monde'Ve have and other been precious dealers In stones aift' :j t I 3 STEADY PROGRESS. I Titusville: THE: CLOTHIERS- -AND-FURNISHERS- lo1"id.Q.--..:


i> da : since' the establishment of ourt: Our Lond.ors J
: ************************ -
C'LAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN SHIRTS, *TKI's: ,
EDWIN I i\
Ii -,
f }:: business in ISfiS, and direct importers for more than 20 years. :t CROSbF/l'T::: SHOES E. & W. CALLAKS, K\u\ |II| \ l uAND ,

I : Titusville Enjoying a Good Solid and I THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR TIlE L.M.I.S: .I ;. :
j S ===We save you the middleman's profit= -- -

>*. .*. ; The largest and most complete '"I'.T ,

d : /7 &f ... -tK Substantial Growth I date ready-made clothing ever o\ v:. naa,,"',,

n WICITK FOB ounCATAI.OOUK. East Coast; Ranging: In price tn i ._,
M.J: 4;;:::1 79 e.' i:"

+, ,", d t : .IKWKMCKH A IMI'ORTKICS 4:* BUSINESS MEN WELL PLEASED WITH OUTLOOK E Low Cut Shoes, In the Tan, I I' ,i-, ',' I '''the

:%:: 41 Vest! Buy .St. Jacksonville, Fla. ::tK Canvas, Pearl Buck, Tan Buck, \ !, .
f -ttA = Tennis; ranging; in prices for the t .. ,
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. -- -- to Be Established E to the famous Edwin Clapp ti, "'
-- 3 Indian River Steamer Line Soon {

I :Fl.. L. MO'L'IOW: OLIVER'S CANDY FACTORY.The kit Ourllneofhljtharttallor-Ollf''," .',, ,J":1,'

3 To E stand tho most rigid Inspection, I.,' ," ?'Ia',11.

following notice from the Jack A Stimulant est and best fabrics enter Into its "I t ..I', ,, HIlL'( '
i Bonvllle Metropolis of a former resIdeot -
The latest
designs are
carefully sin I\u,1!((| MJ
{ { DOZ Tltusvtlle\ and one who now embodied therein. We ask
t Business Interests. f vom in+'pectin.!
1 :I '1":.. owns thirty acres of orange grove In the VI In connection with this dcpaitnieni \\, ,,.at_

rp 4; : Mime hammock, just went of Titusville, t a complete and up-to-date line ui. < -lornta1' !'
< l'ii'l "1'11be\ of much Interest to Mr. Oliver's
Furnishings Shirts of the famous
> ManliatUtl
t RYE wttiSICr many friends here. 4 PROPERTIES WHICH ARE TO BE REBUILT, 4. E I band, ill Madras Cheviots and Pen" .al)>.K. ,i III,,I hot1,'

; mi I.. C. Oliver, an enterprising citizen, negligee and stiff bosom effects 1 K:,n'J ,* \\11{ ;1

,1 1 I lately of Miami, has purchased the can Ron Collars Knox and Stetson U.its i." fact f ,
.' dy factory and Ice cream business, for T T tV* if*** Tt Tt every accessory to a well-dressed man} ward
merly known as Tlll's, on East Bay St., robo. Our line of neckwear is 111111 mil 'on
I ', plate, in Strings, Ascots, .huuland
between Ocean and Main, and has begun ---------------------------------------------------
I .YY..Y..Y.YTTTTTTTTTTTT1.TTyyyTyy1'1'y1'1'1'1'- also made up shapes. All the nen .,",qrnn(! .
: many improvements therein. The If any ono thinks Titusville is dead I I The firm of John R. Walker & Co., Suspenders, Stockings, UnderwiMi, : in., |Haod| {
buslneHH Is to be enlarged and Mr. Oliver kerchiefs. All new stock and '"! -h. fa
be cured of the hallucination \ owners of the Department Store, erected
Ii they can quickly
,
has leaned all three /floors of the grades. Mail\ orders a specialty
f here and seeing for large brick building In too:!, havingthe
by coming
'
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers. building, 10-21\ Kant' Bay street, which !
t themselves that we are forging to tho largest ground floor space of any on -
r - -
Etc. -
1r. Ales, Stout, will be devoted entirely to the business.
t front at a rapid pace. The sound of the the East Coast Since I then their business l-
(, !rI l 1 B3P"Send: roe your orders! Mr. Oliver has employed expert candy hammer and the saw make merry the has Increased to such an extent as ..........................N....................111t/
TITUSVI LLE and COCOA: FLORIDA. makers and propones shortly to have .
i whole day long, and echoes the activityof to necessitate their renting one of the F. A. :\loIlIIAsl'rul'rletor.' H. D. WAOanReglsterri: I u), sins /
his goods In all sections of the state
our carpenters, boat builders and oth- large store rooms in the A DVOCATIfI brick :
For excellence of quality l.o will not be I
J. R. WALKER & CO.., surpassed, and he guarantees that he er mechanics various trades. buildings, formerly occupied by Wm. R. ..
The hustle and activity around the Walker, ns a grocery store. In this II
TITUSVILLE, FLA. can save purchasers considerable mon wharves of our little city, is a. reminderof room will be kept a complete and up-to-
ey. In the sale of bin goods he proposes PHARMACY
I! RED
on aojount of the quality\ and prices the fact that many carloads of fine date stock of hardware, tinware, chinaware ;

to penetrate also the lower portion of mullet, and other choice Indian River crockery, glassware, oils, paints, ,
I j + l 1 flail are constantly going out to the etc.? in fact, everything usually carried. ,
!( Georgia and Alabama. lie proposes to
f' various markets, and returning In the In a stock of this kind. I'art of these, I
make the name "Oliver" on candy box.
es a guarantee of Its excellence and he shape of many hundreds of dollars, to goods are now arriving, and the balance I i TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
find Its way into circulation by the end are In transit. Mr. R. R. Pyles, a hard I
believes that an up-to-date oandy factory
in Jacksonville op a large scale /tills of each week. ware man of many years experience, will Complete Stock off -
"The smile that won't come off" as have charge of this department.The DRUGSAA
a long felt want.
The Ice cream parlor will be conducted worn on the faces of our orange groweisnowadays large brick building owned by this f PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES.M :
causes our "old men to firm will, as heretofore, be used for their
on a high piano and nothing but th3
very best will be served. dream dretms, and our young men to other \lines, including clothing gent,' L.$TreHOilotions Filled with the I:
prophesy" of good things In store for furnishing shoes, hats dry goods, notions _
Mr. Oliver is a progressive business Utmost Care and Promptitude SH
the soul of the Inner man and the pants millinery, dress-making and fur !
Coun-
and when resident Dade
man
,
ty, he was a director of the Bank; of Bay 'pocket ot the onter man "Jo 'way, you niture; In fact this will\ be all that Its WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER l
i
1 Georgia watermillion! You sho' ain't name implies a complete department ,
Biscayne, Fort Dallas National )Dank,
Dur Perfection Troy Trunk." and was half owner of tile Florida East no relation ob mine." store.
; Our truck farmers are as busy as bees hardware of James
'I that The large store Novelties Souvenirs
Coast Ice Company, operates plantsat | Toys EtejCholcn
ra; ? Han the Celebrated Tray Trunk for :Hale:; Miami, Palm Beach and Fort Pierce In spring time, turning over their lands, Prltchard & Son have found it necessaryto ,
and to abundance of in their
d -Call and see It- He sold Ills Interest in the Palm Beach preparing grow an install the cashier system
'I good things to eat, for their snow and store to properly handle the large volumeof lirmlieil
t
plant to the late Joe Jefferson. i Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies\ Perfumery
t welcome Ice-bound brothers of the North the business that this firm does annually,

'i Robbins & Graham Co. such Jacksonville enterprising Is always citizens glad as Mr.to Oliver, coming winters Preparations are being; and has secured tbe services of Miss : Toilet Articles, :Shoulder: Braces, Fine Candies, and all other article kept:

and it is predicted for his industry a made for large crops, and the gee and Grace Reed as cashier Miss Reed 1 is a 2 by up-to-date drug stores. J Ji
haw, of the thrifty trucker, can easily be thorought and accomplished young lady
r'' 1 (Inaarpurat d.) complete saccesarMauura 2 ;:::rWe give i prompt and careful attention to all mail orders I
discerned a quarter of a mile away. and holds diplomas from Rollins Collegefor .
PAID UP CAPITAL $15,000.00i ; for Sale. Our merchants and business men are bookkeeping and stenography, and ......................................................

i 9 This company owns 1 1wel1l'otte.I not lagging( but are keeping full\ abreast this firm Is fortunate In securing the services -
Wo have for sale about 100 tons of with the and ns we heard a of Miss Beed. The firm of James
o'' LANDS. This Is the procession, ************************.****.**....*..*******.*..
paunch manure. gentleman down the road remark a few Pritchard & Son, always ahead In showing t
( it the Indian HI vet Country; On the St. manure that Is taken from the animal days ago, "If you can't get the article the advancement of the town, is the

;N Lncle Hiver; at New River and on Bay when It la killed It Is IItol'e.tln asited wanted In Titusville\ you'll not find it first to Install the cashier system, and i .1C C :RD.f

Blscayue. Prices to suit tho times. where it Is allowed to rot thoroughly on the East Coast," and we will add that now it 1 Is in order for the others to follows .

t Send for Land List.OfHces The Helmburger Laboratory give us an its to be had just as cheap, and 'In a suit, if they cau find pretty young .* 0. L. Mandavllle, the Jeweler, Is ready for t:
i analysis showing over 2 per cent, of great: many instances, cheaper.A ladies to hold the position. This store Business In his location
at Tltusvlllo and Miami[\ Fla. new a
ammonia.\ The price In carload Iota, letter received In Titusville from has also sucuivd the services of Mr. .

bulk, Is #1.00 per ton. Put up in bags Mrs. Emma: Wiley, states that she will Frank :Skill as "leIlO1an.I - -- :

East Coast Meat Market and delivered freight depot, Jackson soon return here for the purpose of residing The big, popular, dry goods and cloth- }} t rc:) f

ville\ In small quantities, $;;.00( per ton, In the future, and that she will I Ing house of Julius Kline, continues to I Sales room: Repair' liop..Oj.ii.. a"Penn"

: O. F. DUUKN, Agent.TITUSVILLE all f. o. )>., Jncksonvlllo. Address, rebuild her valuable properties here. tlourlaU, as a green bay tree by the waters 4-} Mttaonlc: .. Itulldlng' f I I'OKtflU-B Baildlaa. i
Florldll'aokln Company, I
This news will be gladly received by III de. The rush enjoyed by this *-

a= 1-4 Jacknonville\ Fla. Mrs. Wiley's numerous friends establishment this summer, assumed Im ****************************************************<*<
c:>
r4U2- --. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. Toot-too-toot! Toot-too-toot!"Don't! manse propoltions, and Mr. Kline: left
tIooc :: you lieu dat steambo't whistle. The two for the markets of the East, little\ earlier .
I r :> 'krw p3; The following are the times of arrival magnificent steamboats, now at Apa- than usual, as result, anil the fall E2..1.. :S .. ..D &:, BRO.,

and departure of passenger trains to and lachlcola, belonging to Messrs. Edwards and winter stock soon to arrive will\ -DEAI KVS IN-
p. from Tltusvllle:
iiL -_; :: SOUTH S1aND.LeaveeTltusvitleforMiami & Newman, will soon be brought aroundto eclipse anything heretofore displayedby GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCR

\. anil I 10:311:: pmIntormeiliato the waters of Indian River, and with this progressive bouse. ,
=a points at I :3JO |I' mNOUTII We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPESWe FEi:IrI.tI.IZERS
_oI::. Con HOUND. the establishment of the new steamer A man: without a time-plece at this deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade. ,>' ti!' !om"

= Leave Tlti.villeforrackeonvtlle I I .Von: a m service \lively scones are expected on age of tbe world, is In as bad a predicament ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at youi nation.
tIooc.n:: andinterntedtatepoints at f I:15 p mTltimvlllBfor the river. as the man with no clothes on his E. L. BRADV & 1JRO. TITUSVILI.E FIA.TITUSVILLE .
= e Rnnfnrii. - 6:30: a IuArrtvamTItuevillefrauSanford The firm of & Hrannlng has
Penny back. Mr. O. L. Mandaville'ritusville'spopular );
12:20pin:
' FLOIUDA. grown so fast that they found their present jeweler, Is bettor prepared, In
., .A <:;;-<>1'TE: :
; --- - .fol Printing. store room wholly Inadequate) to accommodate his new commodious quarters In the 02Dealer :

the large stock of goods recently Masonic building, to serve those In need
( E. A. MORGAN I>o not forgot the fact that at tho AoVOOATK In-
oflloe, Tltusvlllo, we do Job purchased by them while In the of his wales than ever before and Mr

DEALER INEBICYCLESE piloting of all kinds neatly,cheaply undexpeditlously. northern markets. To overcome this Manileville would be glad to have bill STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT AD
M, ,, ,
iV Letterheads, Noteheods, cramped condition they obtained the friends and patrons call on him in his
liUIlieads\ Envelopes, Tags, In.lalolher\ O, L. Man- PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.:!
store formerly occupied: by new quarters FLORIDA
kinds. and have removed the
davllle partition
the and
Wm. R. Walker, enterprising -
For Charter. thus throwing the two stores Into one hustling grocer, has moved to the new

Urge, commodious store room. They masonlo lodge building\ where he will be W a R. Walker
i Cruising: yawl Trochee. For paitlcu. are now In a position to house their better able to supply the needs of his
i !,x Wheels Sold Rented and Itcpalrod. lars, enquire of the owner, mammoth stock and display it to such In
Stanley Hitching Stuart Fla. many customers than ever before. Ills -- Dealer -
J e "k Enameling and Kcpaiiiuff a I Specialty.: advantage as to quickly enable the public stock is being constantly added to and : Staple o-nci:: ZrIora.C3r: GJoceJl.SS,
\ to see suet what they want. They
Is his aim the freshest
It to keep purest,
Door have beautified their store by adding Fruits x-:
and best of everything to eat.
-Shop next door to Bakery- two handsome plate glass show counters, .
and a line hat case with polished glass I F. & A, M. Lodge, No. \UO, have just HayYour:: : ::

iinilWindow had a handsome two-story Immitation Patronage 1S0liclted-
MOTLEY front. /;
.T. L. 'The front of the building has alsobeen stone building completed, which Is an TITUSVILLE, FLORI'JA'

J TITUSVILLE, Ff.A. Improved by the addition of double glass ornament to the town. It Is safe to say -
that no Lodge in this state has experienced -Xr.rUSVILL Lrv- R.YST..ALU: :"
doors- the former : :
Contracts for all kinds of Planting, K.ilttomlnlng : a big improvement over :
.; 4' Staining Finishing and PaperHanging entrance In to this almost new a better year than the year just

Ir at the must reasonable price| Frames building\ they have arranged their elegant closed for this Lodge. Their member. [IOR'k'
t SADfilr I !
r with good workmanship FEED AND SALE
consistent
new stock in the most tasty manner ship has increased at a remarkable rate,

.. and can now suit all classes and and their financial condition Is well ...STABLES... "w IH'r.OIE(
All Work on the East Coast r,e I +"i) i;0.:rev ,
tAre 't conditions of men, be they ever so bard demonstrated by the building they have $ .TRRE:

-E ,l'ecil\lIy Solicited to please. For their fall: opening they just had elected. The second floor of BAGGAGE

show'and have exhibition this building Is occupied by the F. & A, andTlR\"Igf: : ;
Let me know what yon want and get my source of everlasting) trouble if are ready to now on TRANSFER: ,
I r estimate on It. Prompt attention they are not made> right.Vo have a tine assortment of men and M. Lodge and Friendship Chapter No. x ...
1 I 1 + given to all work. boys. clothing, shoes, hats caps and 11, Order of Eastern Star. HAULING ETC. i __ aiklllll.'
special machinery for making them, '
I 1 #j everything that men wear. They still\ Our other merchants not mentioned

tC E. Hall and make them right. We make them carry the celebrated Queen Quality shoes' above, are also doing an Increased business a'. 2V!. s"bnl1: Fi rJ

XX Vesey XX better and cheaper then they can be tor women, and other makes besides. and, we are not only forging aheadat TIT YILLEYo rear of Robbins' Law Office-

% I I I Oeorgh\na, FI.... l4l I IBc made by hand. They will\ Introduce to their customers a rapid pace, bat occupy a position

I for the first time, the celebrated Schloss among the foremost towns on the East FACTORYTITDSVILLE
I a : >n"t :Bu.l.1d.orAgeot : t ., Itros. Clothing-the best ready made Coast of Flu) Ida. INDIAN RIVER ICE -
e#!, aIM Q+:ke)
y for New Superior Motor. suits In the world. FLA. m<<

Have h. p. on hand;call and see It EAST: COAST LUMBER &: SUPPLY CO We are glad to see this enterprise: and JOB PRINTING: of all kinds done at Is prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special stet
for this office, at reasonable rates. Givens mottoT.
the of this firm
push on part new ti wJ
r ,W r Estimate and prices furnished on paid sacking for Yachts or for family me. Falrdealing
application. EAT OALI.IE, FLA. they are now barely one year old. a share of your work. T. WETMORE Proprietor.


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