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 22, 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: VID00417
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 LOCAL NEWS #11,<>(> to J$:1.00 SltoeM. Dlciiand lops Fine Clotliingr. Swell Clothing.! -Mr, and I )1 I'M.' ,J. A.llcggshuverrntcd" AMONG THE HOTELS.

the Fischer cottage, and will Stat, to

[d Topic of General Interest. There l is nothing coiiect in Footwearno Our Fall and Winter Stoc.k Is all In We have In stock Homo mighty snugger housekeeping this week i The AnvooATU In on file at all the

mailer what the price-that can and opened up, which Is by far the most ,I Suits\ -so well tailored. that hey are -The Rocklwdge Items arrived I to best hotel In New York city

not be found hero. This week we wantto complete stock of up-to-date, Mews "D.II, loyal to their original fashion. They lute for this week. They
publication
Reading notice ads. are ten cents \\ hero to stop along the East Coast.
rime r on this page. call the attention of the people who' Boys' Clothing and Furnishings.. that hold tholr shapo! their character and : will bo fomtllu our next Issue, its w |Ill :Sot! list of hotels and boarding house

subscribe for the ADVOK wear *->.(ni $:.>,50 and $3,00 Shoes to the was ever before shown In Tltusvllle.Sohloss their richness through the roughest ofusage. I, neveial other article that W..I'O unavoidable on Tth pitgus..

'ben by you the year, It does not cost you positive fact that nowhere on the East Uiotheis Rondy Mndo Cloth. left over. )

fee cents per week, postage"Included.bota Coast can they gut anywhere near as ing, ** ,OO to $18.00) Very swell\ )patterns in either single or The lleustls House, Saratoga Springs,

date of expiration printed upon much style, wear and service for their Paragon Ready: Madu Pauls, :T-!I.SO<) to doublo-breiiHtvd styles-its full of snap -!Mi'!. PeVeaux Sam, of Com tunny, managed by Mrs. M, B. Montgomery,

fr, paper or wrapper every week. This shoe money as hero. Both our $8,00. ,and ginger an the very cleveiostof tallois ailived In town, Wednesday, and will hns been doing an exeellentbualuesmethis

receipt for your money. No need MEN'S AND WOMEN'S SHOES: Knox, Stetson and Housrr, Soft and car I mlArt-un.llotl\ I hem to choose bo bore the rust of the week, having/ put "''I mmer.

in* to send receipt for subscilptlon. at *::> 0.1), $:j .10 and .:JOll) ate built especially Miff Hats, *I.1 :,( to $5.00.: from at (ID and his hunt, the !Malta, on Nelson's ways fur
.> date gives it to you. thorough cleaning and! ovoi liaullng./ Joseph E. Maitlno who was formerly
for service and wear, and are perfect Edwin Clapp, Crossett and Southern % 7.5O. a In the omco of HotellIarlboroulthoOJ'lIorIJrollllwllY

TUE'ADVOCATE, models of the latest correct styles. Fine Shops, 1.50: to $0!r.O. Mail Outers receive prompt attention. FOR RKNT: FuitilHhod rooms at Mrs.' mind :lIIth and 517th streets, Xew

}L.50 per annum In advance. Won't you step in and see them, if you Manhattan, (Quaker Clly, Montauk J 111.ItJK Kl.INK: :, 1 D.xluon's.. I UfMrs.
his old
,", six months, York, louts returned to position OH
7 are Interested In medium priced shoes ? and Majestic Shirts, :.01; to *2 CO. 'fItnllvlTleI'IIL.\ .
':.1.00 per an. to foreign countries. W. l'>I. Brown, accompanied! by clerk at the above hostelry
Remember-We make a specialty of our Schwab\ Clothing Co, Boy's readymade
for sale at the Red 1\1I1I1I.oIlIKe and Muster lark, who lune
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-AnvocATKS medium priced 1 shoes. suits and pants. Suits, $1..">0 to -Mr. E. L. Brady left, !Monday, to The Mount Washington and Mount
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se i Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. NEW AUTUMN FAMUOXSIn $10.00), Pants r.Oc. to .::1.00. look after his extensive business Interests been upending) the summer with lulatlves Pleasant hotels, Dl'cttoltVuocIK, N II.,

Miss! Minnie\ llardee, of Rockledge, Clothing, IIate'nnd Ilaberd.tnheiy, Boys' Shoes, Hats and Caps. :Shoes; at Miami.Wantedto. In Connecticut, expect to, M"Ifor\ home, arc having the best season In their his

sin town shopping on Tuesday. with which we open the season will $1.50 .o *:.l 00. Hats too to $3: .(s). Cups, via the popular Clyde boat, Arapahoe, tory. While It Is well to telegraph ahead
Fall and Winter : rent small! hotel or boardIng leaving New York to-tiny for the proprietors, Messrs.
\ make the selection of your 25o. to 7c. rooms, yet
:MEMBER OUR BARGAINS IN house. State particulars Address
wardrobe a simple matter if you will We also carry at all times, a complete -llro. :Scott Ilodgsou, of DoLnnd, Anderson A Price, who also run II rot ton
lied Cross Pharmacy. J. Richards, Lakeside, Ohio. ::1.:1 iMr. :
oap.
permit us to show you the splendid stock of Ladles, Misses and Intents Fine )Deputy Grand Master, Fourteenth Florida : Hull, Now York ; and Hotel Ormond. Or-

Capt. James Pritchard, vlce-presl- assortment. Slices, from :$I.ls) to the finest Queen L, W. Doolittle, Tltusvlllo fish Masonic District, F. .<\I b; A. M., paid moncl, Flu., never fail to take euro' of

lit of the Indian River :State Bank, Tl- Our Clothing Is designed to moet the Quality, 8.BO.( dealer, who has been spending/ several Indian River Loilgs, No. 0), an official their guests lit the best possible manner.

Lille, left, Monday, for a stay of a of who and that and months Atlanta, returned home the mud
requirements men want stylish, Any everything nun visit last Wednesday evening, ex- Mr John H, Bowen, want. elected/ Uen
|ek or so at Austell, Ga. artistically tailored and perfect lilting boys wear, we have It, the very latest latter part of last week. empli(led the work In the Mnstei'H tillIlI'eo. eral Manager of the Suwunnoe Sulphur

L. and daughter, Miss I garments, at moderate cost. If that is style. We buy the best hat money can .
E. Brady
-Mr .
I -Mr. Andy Wagoner returned, Wednesday ! Hprlngs/o( and will now have the entire
usy Brady, returned to their home In the sA't you want, you will certainly be buy. All good! inaikod plain figures, from his old home In Tennessee, supervision of all tho company's hold.

sville, on Saturday last, after an interested In seeing our large collection strictly one price to all where he has been for the !past three or MeAsia.\ (i. L. Mandavllle, Horace fags, Including the New Hotel, springs,

[tended. trip to Camben, S. C.,' Ashee of wearing mateihtl. If you want a Suit MAIL OUDKHS: A SPECIALTY. four week. Pitts John Daniel and I. F, Speneor 1'0CUI11IULUI".llhe'rttnllllIolJl'ohf'lItl'll electric railroad.!, which will be built by

N. C., and New Yoik.fMATO 'of Clothes specially tailored for you, I'JtNNEY.BIANSINU: I to the January hot from Live Oak to the
MUsMyitle Willlard of Miami will dance at Cocoa Tuesday evening.
on
should remember that we are agents ,
you Title Ur-To'OATut MKN'S limn'Cl.OTIIIKIII
AND
In fact allot the
and
) CABBAGE, PEPPER AND for two of the largest tailoring/ houses in FUKNISIIKIIH arrive In Titimvllle, today, to spend it The orchestra wan composed of Messrs. Springs, company'sInterests
AM !
be In his hands andunder
will
I elery plants for sale. Call at Wagon- the United States-Kit and workmanship Tltusvllle Fla. few dAYS with Mr. and Mis. W. II, Hall, I D. i B. J Ptltchard\ J. A. Collins and Miss now

r&' Co's. for prices, etc. guaranteed. before going to Tallahassee\ to outer the Maggie Collins. his personal management. The
Suwannee Spring Hotel I III now open
-Rev. C. A. Fulwood, at one time JOHN H. WALKEIi A:: CO, -Major F. M. Taylor had the mlsfor- \Florida Female College BEST: ELGIN CREAMERYAND: FOX: and.! will bo open continuously through

esiding Elder of this district, but who TIIK 1.A IK IK HICK STOI1K.Tltusvllle tore to lose a line Jersey calf on Monday.It This office/ Is' In receipt of a line picture fiver Butter at Wagoner &; Co's. the full


|now retired from active service, Is Florida. Is supposed to have been bitten by a of "Gen. Grant and Party at Fort
|'II' living in Fort Valley, Oa., where he moccasin. Sanders, Wyo., 18(17"( which was sent. '>lr. F. B, Svoble returned to his High on the blurt above the most magnificent
I home at Norfolk, Va., after spending his beach the Atlantic\ coast rests
born seventy-live years ago. The public schools at Mlmn, Shiloh, with the compliments of the 1 passenger on :' ,
FRESH COUNTRY EGGS: RECEIVED month's Titusvillo with his
: vacation the \little Biolton-Inn-on-Ormond
and possibly Courtcnay, will open on department of the Union Pacific Railway cosy
books of the town
The
registration Monday next. daily at WagonerVs.. Co. brother, :\11'. Ian'. 1V. !Hcoble' Jr., mind, Bench. large sgaurehail' cowlly decorated -
[ TUusvlllo will be on Mondayt
open Mr.ami: )Iu. R. R. McCormick, promInent other friends.) In this vicinity. with )palms, rug: Dutch pictures
the -'.ith inst., and will be open WE ARE NOW TIIK EXCLUSIVE' SIX MILLION GEORGIA I5RICK For
resldeuts of Cocoanut Grove, were TOMATO, CAUIJAOK PKPl'KU: ,: ANDCeloiy and, easy chairs over which agtoat driftwood
l mt twenty days lie sure to register Agents for the famous Biltmore Cream Sale; Bust Hed Building Brick, and'
southbound fire' flickers prettily; I IK the Intro
passengers, Monday evening plants for sale. Call nt Wagoner
| Monday, jf you want to take part in served plain or fro/en. lied Cross Select, Smooth, Ualfonn Red Stretcher duction to the cheery house.. Window
route home from
extended
en an :: Co's. for prices, etcMr. ,
3 caucus for the nomination of town
1'barmacy Tltusvllle.M Jlilck for Fronts. Wire at -
expense
trip North. my aero** the entire front face the wide
cars for lowest cash delivered pl'lcellto -: . It. I.. !Motlow returned, on of and I the broad
E. English, of Titusville, an, export : stretch rolling waves
.It FALL LINE OF NOVELTIES In the manufacture of tannic acid TOMATO, CABBAGE, PEPPER I AND any (point In Florida, In cur lots. Thiiisday of last week, from Mulbery, piazzas: upon which all rooms) 'open, Is
Bias. arrived. Come early and get your Celery plants for sale. Call at Wagoner Am prepared now to fill large orders Toon., where ha has been spending,: the breezes the
From palmetto roots, would like to correspond swept by salty tampered by
loice, Fine line of genuine Japanese with any one Interested In Investing & Co's. for prices, etc. quickly for the best brick now madeIn summer with his family lid Informs us warm air of the South, The ouUIno Is

*aro Red Cross Pharmacy.Mr In this business -Miss !Susie: Hunter, principal of the Georgia that ho will not open the business at noted throughout the entire vicinity, and

and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, are Delray school, has resigned to accept a E. N. JE'.KN, !Manufacturer, Fort Pierce, as contemplated.At parties come from distance la automobiles
THE BEST:: DlET"'ANTEH" S ON ,7t!> Macon, On.
It-Kts at the Mount Washington hotel, (position as teacher In the Titusvillo the conference of the First Bap- or carriages for luncheons here.
market at Wagoner A CO.'HThe
lute Mountains, where they are enjoy- school. We are sorry to lose her as she -/ulte a good sized' alllgntor was list church, held Sunday morning, a''': Last winter the many evenings of fun

: themselves driving around In their many friends of Mr J. Ingra- was a> fine teacher and her pupils will all seen In the Indian River, In front of the vacation of n week wits extended/ to the I and originAl entertainments gave u reputation -

automobile The Mount Washing- barn, third vice-president of the F. E. C. miss,her.-)Delray Cor. Tropical Sun. residence of Attorney ieo. :'1. Hobbius, pastor, ]term. II. B. Gibbons, so us to glyo to Itrotton Inn, which can be best

fi In favorite stopping place for Mr, R'y, will be pleased to learn tint he Is REGULAR 1UCT. SOA!*-NOW SCTS. at Tltusvllle, on Sunday morning last him a short rest before taking up his i I proved by trial. An Investigation I I.

''I Mrs. Flagler, who are looking reputably rapidly improving In health and will soon per cake; ,1 for lOcts. Roil Cross by an ADVOCATE r/sporter. Ills 'gittor-: duties ut Stetson University; therefore worth one's while.

well In health. start on his homeward voyage from Europe ship was not disturbed, im we think a there will be no serviced In tills church
Pharmacy, Tltusvllle. Bietton Hall New York the
overlooks
I'R' SALE-About Red where he has been for the past few law should be enacted to protect the al Sunday next.
8,000 Spanish on
Hudson river and is a strictly fire-proof
-We call the attention of ,
'! months,-bt. Augustine Record. our readersto ligature from the reckless destruction
teapple Slips. First picking/ oil the advertisement of W. A. MerrydayCo. which has almost WHY USE' OLD STYLE: HLOCKf, up-to-date apartment hotel, containing
field. Price $:>.00 F.l" WE WANT J.UtES-We solicit exteiniinatud them.
1,000
poiing per your ., Palatka, Fla., on our tth when you can buy the best Helf-Lock- over ROO room Thero are suite of one
page
+I. BOo! A2": hobo Sound Fla. Sacks consignments of Limes, or will buy' "1 'enterprising firm manufactures -Mr. Augustus Pltou, Now York'swellknown Ing Tackle Blocks at neatly the same room and bath to six: rooms, two baths,

Required. T. :Newton Banner, Hobe them outright. Communicate with all kinds crate material. Orange boxes, playwright, and a huge price. Now In use In the United library and I prlvato dining/ room, with

Isouml. Fla. im at once. AMERICAN PRODUCE bean: crates, lettuce baskets, etc. Write property owner at Hobo Hound, has anew States. Army and Navy Departments. dlioct service elevators from kitchen.
|- Mt 0, A. Stewart deputy clerk, l Is COMPANY: Jacksonville, Fla. 2:.> :!IJIII1I1llId.ellWoodard Travelers In New York for of weekor
them for their folder, giving full description play out, presented by Mr. Chuun- Examine them at Prltchuitl Jk; Sons, or stay

ending, this week In the county town -) \ formerly of prices, etc., of the various kindsof I cey Olcott, a far-famed actor. This new time AUVOOATK office, Tltusvllle.Mr. longer will find Bretton Hall an Ideal

.hi 'ucle, Instructing Clerk| Fullz In Titusvllle, but now telegraph operatorat boxes, crates' and I baskets made by play I III entitled "Edmund Burke," and homo. Special attention to ladles travel.
F. M. Sweat and
of Orlando
family, -
'!luties of his office during the first Ibernin, La who Is spending her va- them. lit by Theodore Hurt Sityre. The char. lug alone. I\rotton Hall Is conducted ou
I arrived In
rim or the Circuit Court in that county. nation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. acter of Burke l In said to afford' Mr. Ol Tltusvlllo, Monday. lines so long 'and favorably known by
Prince and Mr\ Hweat l Is for the
Pilncess agent Houthorn
hiring the Deputy Clerk's absence, Mr.' W. M. Woodward at Deland, arrived In Beloselsky were putt the best opportunity he has yet travelers to the White Mountains and
Md 1 among the guests at the dinner recently Mutual Aid of Alabama, and 1 is working,:
Stewart Is taking his place In the Tltusville, Monday, on a visit to her hall to show his versatility, the part Florida, ensuring, home comfort and
given by the Grand, Duke and Grand the territory embraced by New .Smyrna,
novarrt county Clerk's office. friends, !Mrs. I). B. Pritchard. Miss giving him scope for n wide display of (hotel advantages, with strict attention
Duchess Vladimir at their palace In St. Tltusvllle, Cocoa and Kocklodgo Hn
I. Mi Chas. H. Walton, of Titusvillo, Woodward's many friends here are gladto dramatic work, as well\) an light comedy. to detail. For further particulars address
E'etetsburg, and Mr. George von L. Meyer will make Tltusvllle his headquarters,
I, accompanied by his brother Capt. have her with them again.Mr. The scenes are lain In London, England: the proprietors, Messrs. Anderson
a member of Canaveral Club, Titus and Is now snugly ensconced Capt. J.
0 In the middle of the iHth which & Price also of The Mount Washington
Walton century ; ,
of the Walton ,
president J.Mendel who, with his daughter vllle, Fla., was also a guest The Princess O. Walton's cottage In South Tltusvllle.Mr .
'If-1., !gives opportunity for beautiful costumes.Mr. or The Mount Pleasant, Bretton Woods
eking Block\ Co. Boston arrived ,
; Miss Gertrude, has been spendingthe lieloselsby a daughter of Gen. .
|"ni Worcester and Boston, Mass., for summer with his sister I In New York, Whittier and spent her early life In Qloott has composed( several new and Mr*. F. A. Morgan and son, White Mountain, N. II., and Hotel Or-

few weeks' sightseeing In Bretton arrived at his home In Titusvllle, on Doston. song for the play, and the production Is Rosser returned home) on Monday'sevening mand, Ormond, Fla.

i'uU Mr. Chas H. Walton Is editor Tuesday. lie was accompanied as far under this personal supervision of Mr. train, after a most pleasant visitat

,d pi''>prietorof the EAST COAST ADVO- a* Jacksonville by Miss Gertrude who FURNITURE, DRY GOODS: SHOES Augustus Pltou Worcester, Mass with Mr. and Mrs. Wanted Fiiml.Mlicd house

IVTE: published In Tltusvllle, Fla.-The left that place for Callahan, where she Edison Batteries and !Supplies.: E. M Ilolman; and at Boston with Capt.

ugh ,.f Brelton Woods, N. II. will teach school the coming term. Mr. Wall paper In stork or to order.I'ARIAN Cyi>CM" }.Rtlcler". Mrs.! J. O. Walton; and several I weeks A furnished house Tltusvllle wanted

Mendel says they bad miserable weatherall house, floor and wagon paints spent In New York City, during which for the winter; about four to five\ month

New Hardware Store. summer In New York, first It was park colls, switches, dry batteries. Cypress ladders, light and strong. time Mr. Morgan: purchased a Urge Must have not less than three bed-rooms

scorching hot and later it was damp and Shirts, collars culfs/ ties. Price, lOcts per .foot for lengths of K stork of nov lll..* and winter gitod for and have good drinking water Answer

<'ui stock is arriving dally", and we wet, however considerably ImprovedIn JAP-A-LAC, varnish, enamel. ,feet. and under. his Urge drug store nt Titimvllle.. They giving full description of house and. furnishings

'I" have on hand a small line of exceed-: health by his trip. CHAR. A. OABOXIH, TITUSVIIXK, FX.A- K.int: Coast Lumber A Supply Co., were Bccomimnlvil, home by Master" Albert : and price..

yly pretty gilt-edge: glassware r.2 Eau Gsllle, Kla. the J 13 year' old sun of Mr. and Mrs.' C. L. BBIKIK:,

our tinware graniteware, paints and Orange Tree for Hale. Stoves, flanges and Heater! Ilolman, and who him b.ien greatly enJoying Box 1%. Adelphla, N. J.

f nmunition, and a few stove' are here, / the fine fishing at this point, this
Orange (}rove For Hale.
uti Take
Notice!
"e will be pleased to meet your Choice varieties of orange and kumquat week. _
ants. in these Ourlloe of Stoves, Ranges and Heaters -
lines. trees. Address, F. C. COCIIRANK,
One of the handsomest places !Mer-
not be beaten. on
Our fun stock will be here before long, Reference: Welaka Kla. can I will sell my valuable grove at Bona- DANCE NOTICE. Island. "
rite known "The
a*
Wigwam
UP our Our O. K. Prince Stove from tll.OO i to 1'8l1tnr.I'Ia., four miles south of Rock. ,
motto la : "The Best Goods on Almost any business man on East Coast
''It Market at the Lowest Price. in.OO, and our O. K. Queen Stove from ledg l (formerly the Cut, Travis' Grove) The regular: weekly dunce has been belonging to Mrs. Eva J. Blair, of New

111.00' to $19.<>0, are the bent that be Tract resumed the Tltuvllf York, U for sale or rent, furnished. A.
contain at
JOllY n. WALKER Co., Registration Notice. can about acres, twenty. Opera house,
itll8VIII, Florida. purchased for the money. They can not two of which are In. grove; nearly all and will b.. held on Wednesday. evenings, ten room cottage: with launch house,

be ualle.l-they are the perfection 6f bearing, and all In good chape. Present a* heretofore. new laundry, all\ newly painted, and
The registration books of the town of the stove manufacturing three acre In grove. \ln. Blair lisa
Furnished Cottage. arl.V.. expect :- crop 2,M0 boxen. Good buildings, finest -
Tltusville will be opened at the store of a carload of these stoves this week. garden In the State, soil the very Ul sari ) Mliop. Just spent several' hundred dollars la

Fa Rent, Capt. J. O. Walton's furn'Led John R. Walker A Co., on Monday, September Shot Ouns-all kinds-a large line goIng best. IXO feet front on Indian River. putting the place In perfect repair, lay-
cottage la South THusTille. No 25th. Books will clove 10 day from 9\W: to 425.0O.: log out Mower beds, new, break water
,e'' Apply to John Frey: on premise, or If you want a new wagon, or an old and board. walks, all round the house,
or table linen, prior to the day of town election.: Rifles from 1.1.00
or cutlery. to $8.JA. address that
Jon KENDIO so one
: one repaired write me. I : freight any wanting a lovely winteror
CllA9. B. \\'ALTO",", R. R. FTLCS, .. PBITCHARD A So.f, I IftO Market Street, ,one way J. D. 1'IB.TlCunlle pay all-year-round borne will do well to
Tltll.aYllIeIa.. Town Clerk and Registration Officer.. Tltu.vllle. Fla. I oat this article out for reference.,
Philadelphia, Pa. \ Via, Address, L. W. BLAIR Merritt, Fla.S .

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Free and whoilellf t<. wtrnct tires are not In canal was nearly three times as much! Standard Electric

the best of eondltlou to resist! strain as the original' estimates. and It took Company

Accepted ", fA Masons. are wuriicd not to take rleke. however twice as long to complete the work as ,
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oxbllarntliit( the first plunge may be. the ('iiglncoi-H! had promised., All tills

_,......,. is eucouragluK for the I'nmuna canal.It Jacksonville, Florida.

r' :NO. eoTltuavllle take ten or even twenty yearsto '
S [ndlan "; Kefurni In Bunking J_.w.., may ---

\\\if: At least! three of the pending propo- make It a substantial success' commercially tS
River national I L
Hltlonn for C'hUII.lI';: In the I l i: IIT.4
I r I\ results. will
r.odle !! Florida.< blinking lawn will be urginl upon the lino of progress; and the

i 1 t Holds It*mn"tiiiirii the 0..1..11'1. four 111 Weilnemliiv attention of the I-'Ifty-iilntli eongreee.One be as stupendous as the enterprise la '
''xh of encli. '....lIlh. .a- their r.Mrm, til tlto costly and bntllluz.lleeently -. .utomolail; ea_
Is radical
of tliciw propoiltloim u
tw 1 COllrt'11oIINO'ritlltl -Hie, at 7:M: o'clock p. in.M.
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)t t Y I M. SKIIIH." Wornhl|>ftil Master.K. . one and lias. been" heard from before (Tinted Glow) I.
( y''i' t A. Miiritan Mentor. Wiinlen.F. n I-'rench: Inventor achieved State Alien) .
t A. Lnnltiy Jnntert'arden., It Is. to permit national bunko to make
practicaltest
,6 r;A 3 i p ", J. M. Iilxim., 'TrjHsnrer loans> on real estate. success. with a newfangled; bout which challenge a Oi.I):::\, AUTO<':AR- ail 1 1MOTOlt r'' .
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Pl ,). Ciirriitliorn, HiiiTotiiry. skims tilting the surface' of the water, in competition with
4 tl J. It. w lk..r, Son lor IhMCon.M. An apparently wholesome amendment 1JOAI8 AND STATIONARY E.\IM( -
41!' Et ke, : K.: Kniflmli' Junior DHIIPOH.O. thus avoiding the resistance caused by -
II. Walton, Mentor Sluward., but one which would seem to be beat any other. *: -i keep the largest stock in the South . .
\ ti.. .luiiliir Htowai'il.. water In front of the ordinary ,
A.A. HtMwurt
unuoceMmiry. IH the prohibition' \ of loans BatteiloH, Colin, Ujnamos, Lamps, Horns. Wiilr ,
; I A. 11. I'immtv, hiiiiliilu.) The trial bout has a total length of Why do they dare? o>
; )M. A. Mtewert'r9lur.Yhy I by banks to tholr own active ottlcers.! 1'jlces. Mall odors receive prompt intention.
+ + 'I .1. U. Kniil"' Arthur Tvler. twenty feet und u width of ten feet.It Paintsare
Jt, r IM, t I WIII.II.McFnrIui.IMarshaLfie It I I.* already! the custom of active bunk bus two Inclined, planes! made/ of DecauseLucas 37. 41 West Forsyth Street .1.\\) ', I.A

olOccrs ( K' to other bunks when they made of _. .
tp, honestly ---- -
.
Motor.When
I 6 wood and twelve horsepower'

OUUKIt Of EASTERN HT\I(. want loans. the boat Is at rest the planes are pure materials. cover

1 Frl8iiiMill ('hR|>t.>r. \". lllioliln Its inoetltitn gN Au amendmeut for Incrcnsetl care intliu Immersed, and the weight, of the boat more surface than any htillnjoq 1
the :M.iMnnlii. liilip room Tirnnvlllii, ., on tli" Inypoftlon/ of nutlonal banks by is supported by 1'1'11,1JOllt"' \ united Use Ll 111 t0 Chasm

". f'first. in.and The, third JollowtiiK i Tiicmluvs..aru In the euoh olllugni nmiitli ot..t7l11 the:: the proper. ofllclaN: admits of no argument by CTOswnleces.. When the motor Is other paint, have a

1 t I I UlmpceriMls. : in opposition.. Failures among started the boat begins to move forward richer gloss, hold their
l t Kate Stawnrt! W. M. !bietanceeIleeu
'fl p. nntloiuil bunks have in most
!
p ''t F. A. Moricnn, W. }'. horizontally. us.. soon as the color longer, wear long to keep them from biting: you and giving ;
y
yC) fever
!
.
I1 I
'f ;tri F. A. .Moncan A iiiH 4 ;Mr.. II. II.,11..11., Hnoiotary.Mrs. Intpectlont which did not Inspect but er and cost less because Protect the babies-
,
I: .1. Klfiitt 'I'rOlulllror. the bout' / to the surface, whereupon thospeed
a' :Mrs J ,\t. 1'1.011., CimilnctrpHM.MIHH . ,1 uiiHound clIlI.II UOIIM. More far.
11 g10MM1 over Increases boe.mse, of tho : they so
r 'atlinrlii. Hiinirf' Aumiclnte Con. at once go It keeps them off 1
:MISH J.*MHII.|, Hunilern, ., Itntll. inspectors und a moru thorough/ performance Immense. diminution of re :'stance, 11.1.1. 1 Try them-or at least
:lIr..llo.> WMe"hl. Ailn
@ i Mrx.J. I.. C..rrllth..r.Iarlh.: ... of the Untied of inspection the boat begins' to glide on a layer of dealer. Ask your druggist or your merchant
( ,,1 Mrs JU. A. Merimxannrt: Knth0r.Mrs. : arc ill-Kent, necessities lu the present! ask your .
'j 4J: Onn. ;M. KolililiiH:::: KlBi'tii.r. : . air resting between the )planes and the

% ltfr n It. Wulton., Warder rage! of frcjizlod llnance.! water up to u speed' of fourteen fifteen John Lucas & Co --
J. M. IMxnn HiMitliiHl.
; T4 .1, K. walker i Marnlml.. or twenty-five miles nn hour. PhiladelphiaSold .
'
i
t ,{;I t J. L. Carrnth. Clni|>liiln, Husliiess Methods In China. 00 Jl. S"\t.trl.:: ::: : er: s !

t ,I' i r d.. r, English. mid American globe\ trotter

have been beard from HO often upon Japan has been fighting! ; for the Integrity
Ity .Fim.! ritclinril & Soil Your: ..6..tttec.: tion. :UPloaesoWe ::
the subject of the peculiar unys of tliu of China, I but .Mie.. will take good 'l'ltn"'l1h., Flu.T :

hen then Chinese that It Is a 1 pleasure! to care that the latter Khali not have anything -
sell Groceries at ;
itl turn to a frenchman's story of the 'all to say about the manner In whichIt you WHOLESALE

r t Cov nroiind life of tile Celestials.: 'HiIs is is to be-maintained. China is bll'dlywortb II K!: Prices Write for Price List
TNiHE our Great
v f 1, I furnished recent work by M. Emllu consideration/ lu till premises. ,

DY (ATEI' + Bard' who Is neither a traveler nor u i but it docH look rjueer! to say the least, HASBROUCKMOTOR. saver.
BUSlNStt money
Y'sIt sIt sItI missionary! but a business man who for a champion to entirely disregard

v fi4 has lived thero as u trader./ Mr. ll.ird the desires of those whose cause. he has .

reiterates tile familiar stories of t'hlnesu espoused\ The
RUNS: STEADIER: Enterprise Grocery Co
I gLk2L ctinnettevbl -h holds that 1 lying STAUTSKS1KU: ,

tii ; h a virtue if \politely done the honesty I Dr. rournal of the Paris Academy of O1VE OUEATKH!: EFFICIENCY" ,]

_ I 7 St.
Bridge
of servants" to their employersnnd Medicine recently treated Iweutyfourtuberculosis and uses

dishonesty with everybody else und :-J'ncln..ollyillc. 1!lc)1'idtl
patients with a sou. water -LESS GASOLiyK; -

their racial Impracticability lu absolutely serumhlih possesses. the property' of per HorsePower

,' Yp. .vL refusing to admit that "two and two increasing; the blood pressure' . lu ull than any other Engine made

make four." cases Improvement was nollceablo lu We continually demonstrate this.
P. ]RiihlxrLarx c& Co.
Variations In the value of L'hlnoso the local as well ns.. the, general con .

M money lire explained by Mr. Itard.! dltlou. Commercial sixes. S to 000)) Horse Power.
I { The money unit la the tael, which U not Special Light [High Speed sizes from 261 Washington St. I( NEW YORK,
p. ; 0J: Murray Street f N. Y.
/ n coin but a weight/ of sliver. The ,There are practically no Illiterates in 20 to 2.10) Hot''HO Power.
More "Uloo l and Iron" 1'olley.Tlit .
commercial tael Is. that of Canton ami
The the
Norway. men III'11'rhIl1111
r -,4HI i rtillikx eli'iiii'iil-4 of the (Jemum
l should weigh UT.TH't grains but usually finest lu the world physically. Army
.
l4 1i''
Pd 1'1'0IJIl-tlie|) iiuiiiiifMcturlnk Ilnaiiclul Benj. W. Jerome
Oranges Pineapplesand
weighs only 37.58/ grains Tlio tael of service Is universal. Only 2.3 per cent
I t and coiniDprcliil eIass..e--Nuys\ United ,
u States Cou ad itMierul CiuenUicr ntFroukfort Shanghai weighs: > 'M. grains, and each of youths! are rejected for physical defects. STATE AGENT,

l ,I large city has Its own, differing lu FLORIDA.AAAAAAAAAAAAA1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA.
WEST PAI.M BE Chi
hove l>i value from most of the others. Ingots
4 1 i that the lU'iiulnltloii. of c'olonlp"", is", ncoeHRiiry ___.___ _'_ _'___'_'_ __u_.._. _. - -- .. ---
F for tile iiinlnti>nunc of the \position of Oliver are cut from burs into piecesestluulted We represent several of the largest shippers .in your :State, and wish '<. Burette:
at f>0 taels.. Each one who
.
of their country, politically umleconomically. l ..;
{ handles the !ingots weighs them. Say you also. Give us a trial shlpmout. Established. 30 years
4 To thin end sea power

{ Is a popular' ile*I TO with the Cerininn. Mr. Hard: E
Banks their 3 ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE ESTABLISHED IS7U.
store money In oellnrH. In
I end they will "npuru no efforts or c..tto <
boxes, earned back nnd forth by coolies.This ._.
tj j obtain It A strung dcchirntloii on explains the Item of transportation -- .

c tints subject\ ,hy, tilt chamber of coin which Is deducted from the face of a LaneSon
Chinese check when It In cnahud at a M.
J : .. nierce of liortiuuiid, (the renter of (Jer bank. One curt judge of the compllc.Atlons ,
d 1 a nuuiy'M leap Htcel and ruliilnjf ludimtrlen consequent upon this system of LUDDEN & BATES
If conversion of tnels of different' values. Into
H coiisldot'fd, Mr JtiPiitlivr
a ; by
InKota of different weight and purity es ''4 250 WASHINGTON: : STREET, NEW YORK.Southern .
1 as roproHPntullvo' Cortunn imlillc' potlnlly II" nxsnyers of different localities.

bi opinion. I In a ri-t-eiit report, thin( body, refuse to honor the Htotnpa of other 3
cltli-s. Small payments' are mails by cut PIANO CLUBIutrolucing Fruit and Produci
.
sold in Mubstuni-u Hint till fl roniiuu ling up an Ingot The .scale used In

J people ciiiinot find u living without IndUHtfltil weighing theme fragments him two .sets .
I r IndhiMJ of markings-one for receipts and ono for
? rinployiiiciitMnd( the -
.
,J ti trk'Kvhleh "should. food 1 them. ciiiinotMUlmlHt payments.Tho and the New C otO.tO..ission.:: :: r.Aercho.n.:: : :
Advertising
national copper' coin Is extensively
1' without fore-Inn" iniirketn for b

f 'i.F their output t; therefore" "foit'lttu trade< kltids counterfeited.und prices' are IVopIo unblushingly curry both = Scale 8400 Lndden & IJutes Pi-- E FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY..

: und all \\blcli U. coimcotitl. 1 with It niiiMt
't quoted In "good" and "bad" ('oln.lr.. Stencils Cards. and \
be procured" out quotations furnished on application
= nno to Club Members at :
PS Haul says that a merchant never best . .
Tie report' ('.>nllniii'M with the .state. i r - -
talcs to deliver fraudulent or Inferior
: inent that tlio Ceniiiin poopl( luivofoiiiulol I goods. if he thinks he can escape dote .
Ig < ('"lull It..., laid DCCIIII caUlcM, Hodges <& O'Hara
r ('t1011. He himself has found small I ,
built up u 1I1'I.t'I"ut'"nutrlul', of :.00th $28'7.
tulin11ge trudo .shot In cocoons, the holes through/ which i ...Manufacturers and I Dealers In...
OHO : ami hiivu nil export .
\ they were Inserted, being carefully no1cd
it '

lr tl t of over lio. iiioro Sl.noiMMKUnxi peithient, III1tll1..I.M.than to protectour "Whatonn tip und covered with ,silk, lie h:1tfoulI.1 : : Pay $10.00 t at Joining, thep $8,00 a Month, 8 Per Cent Interest :. 'H..aWE CYPRESS AND YELLOW: PINE LUMBER

needles In the stems of feathers,
colonies, cablox\ merchant
F ports
h k'' Inserted to Increase their weight.Bricks i Orange; Box Meads. Fruit and Vegetable Crates Mouldings, Shlnuie eta,
fleets nnd trudi ruvlHh- = Piano Delivered at Depot for Shipment na :Soon; .
p. I foroluni nwilust/ .. and pieces' of Iron are to be !! > Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, \Vrlteusforpilcf8 'tend

'r t!'L meat by> foreign powers und to previ'Ut found In bales of merchandise. llnely = ax Application: (is", Accepted Quarterly or Yearly 5 to any part of the State Address: Hodges; & 0'J tarn Buffalo IJiittFW., ,"

'; coiupetliiM' ; nation from iiniioyln ua?" = Payments can be Arranged to Suit Crop and :
cut chicken feathers mixed! with elder
TliIn la 1.111111 language for buttnoHS' men Other Condition
down. .5 5. WANT EVERY GROA'ERIN
i tl to tine mid MM blunt In IN way us HImarl'k'lt ,,-
This. author finds many a goal| wordto
t nppeal" to "liloixl nnd Iron" i>r

9 i ,' olll1111111I',. pot thesis. taut the way nay about the fhlnose social system The New Scale $400 Ludden THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS :
1"t
t t and he thinks.. that the "yellowperil" .
i,1, 1 to coninuiuil the( respect of nation U for "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida C"III" ,
Is a question distant centuries .
1' to lie! alwiiys l'c'IIII.to. enforce It with "FLORIDA ORANGES.-A: book of special interest to Orange f.i ",. k
rather th.in: possibility of the
f,4, ; bnyonet nnd suoivl.C'nuHpA "FLORIDA STKAW13ERKIES.[ "-Booklet on "Soil Varieties. 'aUOI
. : near (IItlll'l'. Ills. reasons are those of
I ip - -- & Bates Piano nnd Fertilization."
i''
a mail of practical affairs, us follows: w
of OrowiiliiK Aeeldent. "IKISII TOES.-llooklet on "Soil Seed, Planting; and f ui'+'
i ,
China tins no eupltnt nml never will
One of the chief pleasure nn
i z;, fib of HwlinrnliiK/ urlst-H' from tilt sense administered, with the mandarins. In con = CANN9T BE' DUPLICATED ELSEW ERE FOR MUCH : "riNEArPLE; FEUTII.I7.ERS.-Of special Interest to PlnoapiJle I .

; I of \liberty inoveineiit, a soil of riotous government trol. Its people budget lire Is pair Inferior' The to that whole of : UESS THAN DOUBLE, THE CLUB PRICE OF $257. : "IDEAL Jo'ERTILI7.ErtS.-Dook showing all our different Bran' ""*

license III tho w ator.
,c't d k I and HlroiiKth n person' feeU u mastery any. will European com. from capital Industries unit. managed establishedwith t'1<- --.---- :New and, revised editions of the above just published, sent free tai *,

e1! over tho t'U'inents. It I U a drawback elusively by European The only chanceof
to feel that there may ln 11 foe hidden competltlv+ success even then would = 1- AVe have them for Immediate delivery. ClllIl\ntf see them, or : WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

t la the Hysleinlikli. eau bring this lie This In ,Is the generally chenpueHs of of un native Inferior hand quality labor. : It not convenient to call, write for Booklet II; which will give full In : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

superb: pow,-r to srlof, but such seems' for every sort of work requiring muscular 4 formation. They are especially adapted to this' climate. I i _. .
exertion, three Chinamen being needed 1 to -
j to be tho mine itinr often than thoconrinuetl The scale Is is In buildIng i
do the work of one Iuropeun.' Thin being as near scientifically correct an possible pi.ino -
Hwlniiner thinks The dunKers the case Chinese wngvii ore not much = -evenly balanced which Is responsible for Its wonderful tone-the : IF YOU WANT A...

h) '' which beset, wNvlinnierst are troutod tons than thou of Europe In the cotton _. _
--
soul of the -
mills. In Shanghai salaries hnve qundr : plaoo. Double repenting/ action. the touch U light and : --
in n recent number of tlio Journal of ... Very Attractive design In Fancy M.iliosraoy Walnut all.1
+ pl ) In twenty years while the \vageu easy case '
(1 N, i 'I ( the American Medical) .Association. of coolies on the ttuuttnw-prking rullroiulhave English Oak. Those who have examined[ the Now Scale :*4I'0(' Liul.lenA =

j '1 which Hiiyft Unit cramp-IIUo\ selxures of a I lint!doubUd.newly born 1 It to would ladiiHtrlul: be urrrlnlnir. lif- nluml.1 If : Dates. say they are the beat f ,100) values In the .South. The profenaloutolls : ...Building Lot.

tl, the muscles! me not tlio only causes of for centcrles 11.It..lr In u coiiilllloti tusupplant us they have the tone of a Grand. They look like $.'OO pianos. 5 I,
t Ueo sudden which often nations hating behind them the
helplessness sound[ like for the Club :
eqwrlonce of icoiieratloim of enlightenedrnpltallxts and them. The books are now open. REMEMBER I
,r I ( w overtake' the strongest/ tiieu. and sklllediufert workmen. the Club ls limited to'one hundred!, and all our :More will : or a lot with a MUILUING HEADY FOR OCCUPANCY,

"' jib? A'c'orlllll/l I / to tliU authority, pcruonsf --- U take memberships. ADDRESS: : LAND FOR AN ORANGE: GROVE,
f : who are HiiQerliiK[ from" middle ear diet . 'iZI!
Tho Hue Cilllikl.Porty A
j S 5.i : '
PINEAPI'LEPLANTATIONor'r'RI
t t -nse and who hove lind symptoins of - -" '- ---. :
the -. .. .
-11 years alga" prevailing opinion
- -- -----
- - --- We
t +! vertigo:, atv mol'lk.+ \ ..) to l I.p victims about the uutlnlslied Suez chain probably have for sale Just what you .are seeking./ 1/1

i' Ii : of accident( than others.. Swimming U. Settlers there U room
are flocking In but stilt
was that It would never be u p.iylne. In-

q tt + t, t :' an iiniiKuiil I draft upon cvrtaln orJr'UI' \" vestment.' 'l"wo"lIrK ago the tollswere Ludden & Bates S. M. EL looking this way, drop a line to

1+ t I of the syMtem and if those. art undulytrained reduced u little over 5 per cent JAS. E. INGRAHAM vke.i-r-
|It suddou hem- ,
IC especially a I and still the unnu.il dividend l la :2:> pcrcent.

"? t'I' I orrhnjo takes plne. even of u very II Thirty' years ago 'the iucllhhCovernmeut : U lit' and IS Julia Streets, i FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y.
: i mall amount the result.. may be serious F LJ\
I somewhat -: .
1 ( reluctantly ST. AUGUSTI:- __
I 1" If the swimmer I Is beyond! his depth. bought up the sh.tres' owned by the Jacksonville, Florida. : _
I ''jo I 1 '''he possibility", of such accldenta In not "- w -' 1:
kbl i I fur off when buffeting' the wove' *. Tornous FoLthlloNEMY U
; worth ) TAR FOi.EY'SKiNEYr
tl'1} ,: they are now $140.OOOOU. ,
I who not In robust health and TITITIT TT7TTT111/1Tt w gh
,.1 ure .Tlie cost of ooDstructinii the Sues fTTT1TT TTTTTTTIITIITTTTTTIT' fcU''r..., safe. aar.. Jla .IJ.fea r.kSS Kld eJ.


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ADVOCATK. SKITEMUER 22. 190:;.
hAST; CUAST

.- --- U... ,, 1\1011.' in' uiviu- tinbetween I..u.t. .

ttm-e 'enturles ng(). III tlll in use.. >\'eBhonld H;>e...l of tle ( Iftmls.Th I I p.e) ..111.I't.; .11.1 ,... ';?}'. at

Cards t. GENERAL DIRECTORY. ROAD 13IT.UOVEME.ST. build roads. of such 1'1 in racier *. cl.,i'u \, IH n :-.:.1110'1' II: : wt. nrenotisl 1 any rate, lir.iw.* 11' v.cu,1 distinction

professional .. thnt the -glnnlng: of the twentieth century b.Ih.. .' weillcr! 1 bn-iMti'hlI'C..t"1\ peoplechlelly I 11 (/::!>. tni"(" lid k "!:!.' t,1, the Latin
the tblrtleth how
I'. S. 8ENATOH8.!: ; OF HIGHWAYS IN !.ball! be refen-e.1 to In liecnnse they .twin\ ." twNtei!. the in ':'ry being thi-

J.I, raltitrvrro . ... . .. . .. . JarVwrnvlll\ THE MAINTENANCE n.. the "' 1'1or g<*xl rond lnilldlnr.- and the \'I.l.'J. nt tlie I h'ur'.ier! air cur i I :-*. t, of .011.'..... \,. .:.11!! It I Is, very

EO. M. ROBBINS, 8. K. Mullory. . . . . . . .. .. . rminacoln.. ENGLAND AND FRANCE. J. n. Klllebrew, Oorernment Load I-.T' rinl< of tho 11 :;'J"'jIIt'I'C"i They nnd are eddies ll'eclilps twiloi,'>. ,'!.i p.1:.: .iint "pie.. o.i. the wuolt).

J l'.8. COMiRKSSMKX.: which tdiow the flow thai: 1'iU, expresse*

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR Frank (Clark. .. . . . .. . .. .. .. .J..keC'lr'.. Million. S lp..... Anniinlly on Them.AilvniitHKCB pert of HtriMiu.: Their xpeeil l.s nlmost lu- I r trtlt .1 "" in.l uii-oxn"tnre natiiri,* of the conpt -

ATLAW.Ml H. M.: ll.Hinrkinan|! Ljiinur,.':::':. :::::::::::. ::. ]Montloel Tnnma.Win. / a.I' of 'I'limp Uom l. to...th.,.. COLLEGE ON WHEELS. coucelvnblo to in wln> have watclieilthem I Hinuit touts, :1 I.,' ) >.'MIIIt.cl.:1: the "plea",
murcelyany
practice In State and United States 8. I.ANU; OKKICK.H.H. ..... ..D\"... ''''h..t fO..l IIllIh. tload* Train <.. Tnnr TUIrtrfaur \ tlontlng\ Mppnrenlly: with seeming Hccm to J g.t, back' lu th<> ()1'1 111:11 one

.... .... .. .. R"jjI"t..r.: "' ...1.1 l>o Vnr Aniirlon.The % ianil motion ;nr.ii t'.ie .xky : .. Latin "1'1r'1I"--frotn
< [Court.OiHce ChiiMt. . . .. .. .. . HtRtv.. the lua'tplt* In
. W. the N
, at TITUSVILLB, FI.A. at Oainesrllle, Florida. question ot pooil I'nder the management of :>' most trannuil travelers, \vlioHC, bl.tck:
"those "
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Nnpolton . to every other now before tueAmerlcnn tlonal Uood Koad* aas. ,)('liUUiii another them motion Is rest." "pled": nr.d "p'('I"\.1.: lite old ordinal"

H. Krowanl . . .. . . .. .. ..Oovetnor.H.CIuy people. It appeals to nil giuxl road.* train ,left St. l.ouls reecutI. . the (cloud, whose, very niul automobile: tvcorili or service b.>.>k w\s called: "plea, or"pic
L. OAULDEN, Orawltird .Secretary or State.f. Missouri: : Tbi fastest horse < of the appearance of the
' Its proper several I'tlll'>' l It iMtn: >i
: :: : . TranBUHT. niul to nil Intercuts. I I.\ and after speed nretMsdly
\ \. Knott, . . :: clauses tml oven steam engine th-> white page,
W. II. Killn; . . . . . . . .AttorneytJenwral.AlonioC. volution will lie of morn benefit to the I>iilnts In Iviinsni*, Indian Territoty.OUlahoniii tho quietly drlfllug' blick letter typo on
.
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW ll oiili'onc by mix
. roniptn> r.II Ill' vlslttvl edll 1i' I'lt., having eiinill.v|
croom : : bullil1ns and Texas will nnd tin.* > l
the
: CommlftRloiKtr; i; Aienoultiire. of ppopl than\ A mill* in thirtysixBeeoin.li : :
.
of mint.
In all the Courts ot tln State K. Mcl.lii grent iniiKsoH other lim*. nii"" have been christened
practice W. :M. lloliownt . .. .t\UI't. Pnlillo Iimtrm-tlon. It will domore nnd 1 then. ot>'erntlug) over uncommon ed'conleiits.. may
fl I ida, anil the United States Courts. ,1. ClilTorU R. Foster, . . ..A tjutnt-4 eneral ; of the raniuua canal. will make I a tour of otherutMtes. > I I. not nt all nn after( till by mediaeval luiinot'. Printer -
.
. . . . . ...BurvejoMieueral.R. ami coinnioroeof. the trill n clouds) nnd theyhave "
TITUSVILtK, FLA. John llrailtiml, oxtetul the triulo loi-lty, for the upper both llc',, for a
, B ",,238. 11:. Icwe,. .. . . .. . . . . .. State ChemUt.KriK'Ht to Ilefore the tour ends thirtyfour (1) n mil" 'u. ''' "Htiitiiage. retain:* )
Amrm . . .. .. . . State. Kxamlncr tho country. It will\ uilil more to states will 1 be, visited. The l 1.1..t been 0\,1 to 1: .. ,I" I' pu 1111,1 I "pie" for type all

1. \VEUU, Olllres at Tallahasmte, Florida.KU the lm]>|>lni>Ks, intclllKPiuto: ; ii" l i>'rosporIty good 1'011.1011>1'1'1111 tl'lIll111" rim i>\.cr I i ('eighteen/ inds: P. S. IToppln.' .Ir tit I IIMI'I' i'il u '. -i.oi"don C'hron'cle.'

>IUI>A I.KOISLATL'UK. of tho ptfoU| > niul will (''biitrlUuteliioic ...... ..--.!..... ...II-.,. .. ,. |I".t r,11|| 1111.1) tII\, '., ,, T.eille's ;MonthlyTHE( .. _.
. .n
F c.
HuilHon. Miami. . . .. ... Senator. 1401.1.111'1t'1I i nc r i I-\- (
f.
EY.AT-LA'V eUi 1 > t to IIl'h' than two i
.
ATTOR C. .. lilniHteud Fort Tlen-o .lti>|>r>.*t
WI", practice In the Courts of the 7th :: COfKT JtTl> KS.M. lion II LId uionil xtrciiKtli.:; The months nnd congregated] .VJ.iuui, ( ( peuih, >. :

In, ,1. Taxes paid for non-residents II. Miliry.. .. .... . .. . .. .Chief .'''8r1ce. "mount of time HIIVIH! In Ounn'Htlc I iointui'ivo The present KIMM! roads speelnl, train IDEAL WIFE
lents nnd accounts collected. F. 1*. Ciirror . . . .. .. . Atamilnte, Jnntitie.M. i\er niul, ulioxe thitt now expeiul'il travel over 4.0OO mlh>s and 1 conduct
,,1 I t.. 'fl13'I..r .. . .. . .. . ... " the e.Mvrubli' hl :'liva.ys ; will nnd economic
oxer of political
FLoRInA, In piissiin,; n crusade
\" "rn.Lte, KAU.ttllAli COMMISSIONERS( ; fur to n\\\-\ showIng -
will farmer,
of the country ]KO for tho of
education
rlmlrnmn. ,. .. K..yW..ot.It.liu.I. The Influence a
ileirersnn 1I.lIr""e. L'nlleil States.The andncctire of Men-
.,," Hinr. :. .. . . .. ...I.lttle Illvvr. cute the people' of the him how to organize: .. forces Shapes the Destiny
D. PENNEY, .1. M. Hrjiin,. .. . . . .. . .. .1lA.llllul.e. Intcrnnl i-ominerrc of thU country feasible road, legislation. Karh' Be Overestimated.

K. (1.' linnn. .oliirk. ullti-os'iit. . . . .TalluluuixtHi.. . . .Mmilnou.IleituiUniuirHand Fin, l.. prolmliljeinnil to the entire Il1tl'l'IIII'tloulll locality vlierec'onventlons: nre held Healthy Woman Cannot

ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, fonunerce of tho world. Our forelKD be expected to contribute, to tlieeNpenso
will
1 i-IVILLB!:, FLORIDA.'u 8. .IOIIHK MuciTr TltiTsvlllo COUHT.Minor ,.. .. . .Circuit ,JlllljCb..J. fonnueivo In T.m'J ainonuU'il to !?-.- of the undertaking] and lifter 8even.-flghths thin world of marry the '

of the 7th . C. ..loneOrl.mil. .,. .. iTowM-ntlnir Attorney.Sprlnir . :SSXOi:: >.nrit\\l. The iiKi'lcullnnil\ \ proilnt't1iniiiU \ the proper enthusiasm has. 'been nrousvd men in she Is I'
in all the courts '. In Marcli.Kail beoiin.su
'rth Monday. wliolo. woman
practice 'rorlll- of the willl n
) lu'iirly) IKJ;: per cent g'vid, roads. nsmiclatlon.
lerm-Fourth Monday In Ocwl.oor.111m I n 1 local in their
Circuit.AMES beautiful eyell-
Judicial
other
thnn. till I in*
memberlll
conHlilenilily. more anil every
or formed
\"Alll ( (lu..I.Clt.It'l' cnuililneit. Nearly nil thin. l o hcciiUMO HIO has the quail-

A I>. .' ', . .. .. . . : u.ATTORXEYATI.A. :AXDltEW r.p.' .L.. .iSEi.. ........!..?..,... . -Pnwecutlnir. ) Attorni-y. rust nimmnt lm.4 to )pinw over )pnhllerondM nnd lovu.
A. A. Slewurt, . . .. i'liuiity. ( reucli rnllwny HtiitloiiH or n ,.. tiou, rt'Hpuut
W, tirliicTHiiu| | _Soconil "Miinday In. .May. 'Iork'i to : "" -'- There U n beauty tn
Hummer Torlll-I4I.1 l Monday ill iiinrket.Tlicre. .,. .. -.. ""t.t. : : health which Is inoro attractive :
'. ; .... .ra---.L.U:1:
Knll '('''rlll--Mo..onI MotiHav In \ (hints In (Iht' oUlworld i.
of Ht Lucle County.Foirr WHIter 'l'orlll-.tleooll 11 I .inity Judge Ita'. 1 from which we should! drnw In- ) :: f' J.7-r.f.i: of fpatnro.
110.\
PHI CE, FI.A. R. Walker.l'OC'S'fSCIJOOL Superintendent. . .. Tltimvllla.Menttiera ..trl1l'tlou nnd wisdom. France IHIM the :,,'.. .l&f.! '...'. \\r': I (..1.7.1 .: The Inlluenco of women
J.
-K. H. Arnold MiOaliar; ; H. K.: :Minis, best roiidt. on eiirtli, dlvldinl Into four \!:. ''lll !:t :yt"foh ( glorious In the possession,
I .
lionavttiiture; .1. A. Caiter 'rurnliull.COUNTY clnsses: First, iiiitlonnl; neci>nd. departmental ''.: '" 'f'Ij.-o; ,. of perfect physical health
:
TKPUEX E. FOSTER, nnd fourth I1,1'.: .,,/. .. ivnd the
; COMMISSIONERS.It. : : : third military, ] t.. '/ ,' upon turn upon
'
I ;: l ..,,,a ''I world
R. rondt im \ of the
A. Conknnir, rllnlriuaii, Tlllmlin ; Win. communal. The national civlll/iition
I" ATTOIIXEYATLAWJyalUpchuich .. Tltuiiviile I ; , :Mlot, Indlaiiola: l ; the national "i' \ ) f II /ii \ could never bo measured! ,
.or\V t.I Coukiiliuit: lj built nnd I kept up by .1 ,1 I ,
BulUlluu, ..TAX..lACKHONVll.I.F. .1. V. \ ,, ,, Cocoa J. The departmental roads tl'.n"1 , ." ,.\t, 110..1' ;W'II KeciiiiHt' of them men have
,
<:trnn Fl.A. HPHitloim. are hnld Charge upon of \
"' ' -- ..- ambition ; because""
HKKVARD COUNTY OFKICEIIS.A. which they pas The mllllary rondM -::;:; .' -.. :--"',:.- -t : tht'lmI"'U throned have ,

. .. County Jnd ... ore usually. kept up by. the government. .. -...... -.......;.o-. been established and cletroyed. -
1). P.I,, (1'enney Ummlun, TltiiKvlUa TltiiMvilie; t . ... ..rnm. A It'y. ..>.11L.. d EIOIIIK-I"' >i Illft-r,,,',.,, th., .... ,,rninivit.,. . .m is. aldinlL \ -.. -".- -.' .".:-, ::::. .' .,.. l.
IEAYEN REVEALED.By TlMinvllle, . .. .('..lIuty Clerk, throunb\
Stewart
A. A
department
work by the What ,
r, A. McMillan Iran U.UIIu, ...Tax A..o.M"r.f'I'Iy' In thin HOAUH ,\'IIAl11f AT lUir.LA, MO.nsKcd a .II'Ull'rolntmt'nt.th..n '
Tlrimvllle Tax Collmitor, which the roaiU PII>I.... The communal loot to BOO tbu fair young
; \:;::: TltiinvlllH, ,':: : :: : : : Treaitnrer, rondii. like our civil district and township to" Hlgu ii petition to ills representative wi fc's\cILnty, fading away
BARRETT. ,
FISKE l
BENJAMIN . .Snp'rilltoll.hmt
Tltit-vlllo.
Wiilker assembly
I. R.
./. o. Frtea, TlMlMVtllt( \ .!, .('..IIIIty Hnrveyor roads, nre Kept up I'J" the comliuinoM. In the otnte ]general heforo a year pussea over

.". nn."ilfx.. ; ? inches : Lnr e Type : .1. I', lirowii'Tltimvlllo.. . .... . SliHrllf.W. . hut even theso receive nsnlHtnnce In I behalf of 'gr>od roads legislation.The luir henil 1 A Hlckly half-
. ,
Ollloer.T'rI'n'JLr.I
Fine Cloth. Norwood, Titusvllle., Rejliitratloii; / from the ]Kovprnment when theyIIIIHH =Natloiiiil (Co,1}[ Itnnds association dead-and-alive W 0 In '" n.e..p.hlIy ,
of when who Is
.
COUNCIL.K.
TOWN membership
enrolled'
ivglons. has nn
thinly popnluUMl now
tlutHiLjIi
K. 1l011lIlM.lIla'or; Worh.drRhol and\ the end 1 of tliepresent tho mother ot u family, ,
h..fllrl
book is offered tax. cnllec-tor-K., It. TjIcH, clnrk ami treuxnrerjlnlm The national I romlM aro 111".1 like n O'c'r0(1.000: ), nnd in a dumper. to all joyouaness ..'"
this
for will IIIMPbeen
limited period .
A.Morgan..I.
a Henry tax HttpntiHor. ; .1. U. Walker. V Btreet and lime nu av,>rauo width offlftytwo year this membership in. the home, and a
I.. <1arrntti, rfi. W. rt. Ifrannlnt anilII than :fiiHMiOO.PrcHldeiit : ( .
to more
50 cents. U I'riti'hurd iionncilin1!! The council meets nnd n half feet. The dc'plIl't.Itlt'lttnl Increased drag upon her husband.Tho ; '
at trade raees tu! &ejsie A insleyarain
wide.nnd In xpcaklng) of Aln.
first. Tuesday In "nch month. roads are thirty-nine feet Moore, ( ""tof iv wlfe'u conHtant I'
with 0 cents. V">.tf>ne For imiillntt.COMTRNTS. TlTl'SVILLK 1KVRI OK TRADK. other rOlcll1"nr)' In width. work In the good roads cnmpalgii) ofuxr HlncHM Is a nerlons
tho
.. ... .... .
treiiH- -
-
M. IUxon .
(1. M. UnhhlnM.I.roMI.I"t.1.| ; Heuoiideil l :Not leu than $i.\MIMO()\ >( U nmuially ex.pemled >. saysVe : upon inn iuitu.i "i u Plnklmra's Vegftabla rompoundmmlH
: urer.I. II. JlILllt. necretarv. Meet* beside ourselves' household anil too often all that doc "I.yllll\
Innew have ml grateful
naHilav. nltclitln" enrh month at their rooms. by the French Kovern'ment "\ Bhall tun a woll woman, and I f > HO
*lm Urlclu of Ang..I.-The. Emeutlul. Nature i>tBlonvi'ii. road nnd repairing\ "IdOIU'H. .representative* of the 1'nlled: StateRnvernment -* toring does no good.If thnt I am glad; to write nnd tell you of

-Character of the Annel.*.-Testimony. for Tax Deed. mnkln,; nnd distinguished) engi, tv woman find* her energies aroflagging my marvelous. recovery. It brought me

> 8crlitnre.|, -Tha Sure Way to Heaven.-I'ractl- Application of roads InIs 1r.1t I'luol' neers.Ve ",hall appear beforo, the )JegItdnturei and that everything1 tires her, health, now life and vitality."
B-il I TPiulnncv' of this UI.eloMllre.--Envlrnnlllent' The maintenance nnd try dark tdmdowa appear. under her ,'y..It.her Vegetabla
In"a"ell 4cHH FJIWS of ,,'I..rlo"NOTIl'F.I.h..rebY \ lit turnpike .* of the vnrlons states What ydla" K. rinkliam'n
IIe'awn, anil What Determines It.--Society Under Section 8 of Chapter vested by parliament of alecp la disturbed by horrible it will
A Heaven for the Non-ChrlHtlan "nlvon that B It. Owens, and I trust. )* nnd highway! boards empoweredto to 11111'1'1'111111'1111 them tho grnvlty dreams If she has baclcachu, heudaebcn. Compound dli for :Mrs. Alnaley

[- 01'1.' Are Earthly RulutlonHhliiiiContinued In copartners. as. Owens and I levy ItK'id rntt'M on nil property, Tho the I-nuo Nlnety-flvo per cent of the 1 hearing-down pain, nervous- do for every woman who Is in poorhealth

I"a veil': ..Meeting; and leconltlnn| of FrlenilH dated I the.. IHIHI,. lias No.tiled ft.1 revenue rulsinl for repalrlm? niul buildIIIK farm product of the I'nlted State.* n"MH. white'*. Irreirularitles. or despondency I nnd ailing._ . H. hU._ ,..._.__.

n, the Hereafter.I'emonal, Appearance of thaloll said ct rtllrHte! In my i.fllim, and hint made a)>- roads l I... over $15; ,()MIO,
lI .lIejllv neMoenee anil Growth In HeavHouiws .phcatlon tor tax dwd tn istnie. In the acuordiincuwith rollovr.Intr IH equivalent to over 4<) rentH anIUTO the railroad, tho utoro or the. factory her system up at once by u tonlo with Tt gives strength and vigor from thHturt

II, and Homes In Heaven. -Garmentsi desprthed'.ow. rt.ilil property uertltlcate Hituated embraces In Itrevariloonnty or over ifiriil\ n Hqunro mile, for nil nnd yet we pay less. attention to speelllo\ powers nuch a* l.ydia 1';. 1'inlc- ami nurely makes alck women

"i llcnvonChildren in Heaven --Sox anil Mari Florida' to-wttt AVnles.. If than ti> anything c.".... (!en- hum's Vegetable Compound. well and robust.t"l1u.m .
.The 'fhr'e1"lv"II..an,1 : ::; of siilnllvlHlnn of P. JI'. Fontuine the territory In Kn!:liind' nnd our rnnd:
In Honvell.- l.otlone Vege.
Work All ( ha VlnUhnm'n
Heaven.
for
i nt good women LiydUK.
for This remedy
( great } er
Related.Kternal I'rnpress: In I"t.'Iectl,," 41, Township 20 Sotitb.Itanice the HII me mount was levlt>d by theUnited ('rill11It''I 1 : spent $1.MI1.0011 the record forthe
How tho ot restoringhealth holds
In
the done Compound
more way table
34 Kant.'Hie nnd wo paid
10'01 ,,-Consorlatlon of Angels: with Men.ADDHKSH snld hind elnir{ .....e.lled at the date of the States In proportion to ureu ex- road4 In I'orto Illoo, The to tho women of Amerlou, than greatest number of actual curen. ofwOlnnn's
iHHtinnpe of ticli certificate In the name of Unknown. rludint; Alanka. and our new possessions bill and clapped nor hands. )government all other mi'diclnt'd put together. It U ills. This fact Is attested toby
.ftuld ..rtlll"o "h"lIl.o reileemed III1IUM( ) for
ITnlftMi* than $ ,( )
nbout :$77- "
luiiifirdliitc to l.iw. tax ileeil will Issue thereon It would amount to 1111I'lIt1101' the Hiifi'ifiiurd of woman's health.Kollowlng thu thouniuida of letters from graltwfid

THE NUNC LICET PRESS, on Witness the : >th my:day: ofllcl ni Sentemliir il sltfnatnre: : A. 1>and. li i seal. this (JlM),()()(). udVllntnlf.1tof good 1 ron i U. nppliiuded In the rhlllpplneu and I sometlmeHdrove nndngiiln we publish, by request n women which are Merit on tile ulono In can the

WEST COULTER STREET, the 2tttli tlay ttf Anicnst. A. !>.. I'Kln. Among' the mnny srent we In letter from n young wife. Plnklullllla1.orlLtory.
42
(Heal of Circuit Court) A. A. 8T :WART. these iHd roads ID France ami lCn ;- through Hwninps hub deep' produce inch results.
HI PHILADELPHIA PA. Florida.Ityo.A.brKWAKT Ili-HNln Alnsley of 611 Sou 10thBtreet
Itrevard rountv.' how Mm.
Clerk Circuit court IIIIH not t>eon mentioned mud to get the papers t..lllnlilt\ should remember that a cure
-..- -- 1>. C.Applh'ittlou Inn.III ono that Wash. writes : Women
discussion of the rond ijnestlon. well our poswesHloim o.t'I'HC'Iwpre doIng. Tucoma for all f'ml.l.1Is(>lcl'lelt nctuiilly exists
In
>0 NOT:> FAIL TO SEE THE WAT-- any ,.. on K. I'iukham'aVegetable
J --- -- ..ViMtoHH( ( > a year in ydla
vnrntnhis We upend $ ami that cure
Ic''ci.v..lor Jo'rell'Ifurml'l' rureiy .
I'lnUliamv
for Tax A Deur Mrs..
substi-
Jan.Pritelmrd
Blacks at Take.
nothing no
ton :Self-Locking Tackle when he can rural free delivery nnd Compound.
produce to market tho Kvwr sines child was. born I hRve tiffnrwl -
&; Son's store, Titusvllle, Lawn of FloridaVTOTITK Work in the Held. Tho time elected, on the roads tho carrier must have bforo <" as I hopn my few wonixn. ev..r have with tute.
4Mhi,
FU Thousands of them Bulling weekly Section 8 of Chapter tills work U bad rainy dnys he can deliver the mull."I.nbctte Inthmlll.Unn. funmlo wenkmtM,bvHrlngHlown' If you have symptoms. ymlon'l;
are .. In. berehy irlven that H. II Owens. and l for dolntf work Mo., upends. $21: ,ulnH. bncUai'hu nml wretchml. h"ln'h8ll. It understand write to Mr*. Hnkhnm,
t throughout the North. They as Owens andl.it. > cold. days, when no cnn county. could not
l.i .. ,1.0. Kittle co partners or'l'ry alr..tAollIIy stomach so that I enjoy for special advice-It I.rr..e .
Roller mr'b".r" of tax certificate No.4. At uurli a time and has. not 11 '1I11n of good rond. Lynn, Mas*.,
'itted with the 'Valton-Vloton tie ; bo done on the farm. u year nii-aln und nnlf my thnu wan ipent
!>., 1"rJ i has tiled my helpful.
dated, tlio Mil ilay of April A. than thnt and always
with morn _..
Hpond 1,1
litllIl'Il/ eountle** IMM 1.
Hearing-one of the best inventions inHie suld certificate in my i.1II'e. and him made U| the little covered wngon; Other otners "rau.I'.MTA 'utl.
wol"l<1. May also be seen at the "licatlon' for Hiild tux iertlflcate di>Hd t.f embraces Issue In the accordanceIHi toliowtf produce. The farmer In. able to drnwthree and' hn\e not a rnllo of goml rond. Sr lydia E. PlnkhartTs Vegetable Compound Succeeds Where
law. <" Tho
result
( ,
office./ deHcrilipfl property situated I. in HrevarillonuM. or four times ns. much to iniirket It KOCH. all over tbw country .. . _.-- -
AHVOCATK Florida, to witt farmer onn in Iowa or Tennessee.It Is Unit In tlm great( wheat belt; nndIn -- -
-- All I'eter Bouchard' Orant !Section' afl. Town- nit n estimated thnt U re pilren the great cotton states tho farmercannot <>""r :EJR .
H lltll, lUniro 34 Kant. nun l..n .A.1'T1'VE: :B
.1\\r.\:\: : land: lietnic assi-is' 'llit the date of the ten dU 'II' hniillntf on nn averau" for u't bin produce to market for
of such certlllcate in the name of IJnIIKIWII. ; III.111 K.l: > IHHH
Issuance :
grrf : Unless said certltlnnut "lullI he redeemid eni-h farmer In the United Htnten to About live months In the year. I''UNI IIS.

accorillnir.. law tax deeii will 'Issue thereon his. produce to market. The WIlIl'iICII-:>" \VINIM, UINH ANI :> JIICAM > IIH.Lemp : .
e : in the lIth day of HepMndier A. I)., liiu.1. carry Unltttrrm.Don't --- -
llnml -
/ VItmHtny official. .signature anil seal thla twelfthenmm\ reported, -- --- '

00 >4 the :.IMh day of Anitimt A. !,.JifJU.STHWART, i, in the United Htntet the number of scatter tho work over many Express PrepaId.1'1111 s Boer, I'.r 1I0a.I'"llItalr .

8US ((1t.I..r( Circuit i'ourt.) Krevaril A. A.rountv, Florida.Jlyo. wrHolIlI over ten yeu.ru of BRU) enKotswl section* of rond.I \ ( rt I""ure. of (llO II (It.. 12'lt. \ "....r . . . . . . . . . . .. . .fl II
.s Clerk( Circuit Court; A.HriCWART, l>. C. P the leave bonier.* of side gutter.* j'lI< Uxirit Tula, . .. . . . . .. .... . . . . . 1 III
; In url) <<'ultl1rp at 10.43X.2tU.&:\ On >on't : :: rf&: .. . I:: .g .J : I'ulI.lar.1 . . . . . .. . . . . . 1 IMI
I that It tukeu ten dayH a, and rond ditches with sides' no abruptthat : I ;.. :. :. . . IIIIIlt..xtr..rk. . . .. . . . .. . . 1 HI
:; supposition tlie M""I"DI II,... . . . . ,:I '.1" 4 r II ''NIlIann. 2 IMIa
EtI Application for Tax l >e >
::- C) farm to market It will bo scon that In water flow.I road foundation ;:'I "tv'.: r: : : . ;. ; : : : : : : ,: : :::: I : I linlnos. Htoiit, pints . . . .. . . . . . :'i :'Jft

i a. inter Section 8 of Chapter 4wM, Laws of KlnrlilakrOTICK the approbatethero/: nre over Ci1.'IIM.OCIO> >on't attempt to build '.....' limn"". .. . . .. . . . a 111 n '"' \I "" Bulk Goods, Jugs Freo-Not
In dellvrrlmf tho produce by covering Up stones that are Hot 1.1., IIroo..ly. ... . ... . . .3 1' "INI 1/ /III1I..1I..I.lIn I
i'Q : Is h"r..bv.given that The Flmliln East diiconnunied and chinked.Don't . .. . .. . .. . . II HI'' ofln: 1:111: Prepaid. .
tS !. i ,i ('"a..tall.. ...., Company a corporationuitttor of the farm. to tho railroad or to properly packed broken ...."ov.. "," . . . .3 111 II 1111I /IIINllrtll "I.no >rr Clul.-llyn, 0111. ('..r". Oooil Grade.
the l.\wn nf the No.Htatn'fa,of ilateil Klnrlila thanl market. If thin work I III nil done- nt n uue for mirfaclng gravel and (:l\r..1.".. l."rn. . . . . .::1 111I ."KI T '"' *-<.(NI |(,..r Ual l lUJB, IJIn, Curu Hutu. Ulna
i purchaser of Tux Crrtinrato :: roarl I """IIItlLllI C'IIrll . .. .. . .::1 1/1/ III"' 1111II ,
th ifiiuilty
< : day cif Jnlv, A. I'. IHIM, has II lei I naM r ftiflaw for- tlmu when other work con bo done on Htjnes, mUod or cover up In I .1","",,,,, HilI" . . .. .. .. . . .::1 HI' .. :III 1 1111M.rur,1 *>'*.no |M r titl. .l1yo, Oln, Corn, Hum. Heat
otHi'e, and lias maila application stones. Thero Is nopliK'ij . .... . 111/1/ IIIN' II INIk ..
r't:: ; witli law. HaitiHrtltlrata the farm und when the teams nnd men bed unbroken Hu" v' 0 Cor tha "' .ey.
(1) am ( il i emhrares Isnua In tUM'onliinca.the folkiwinic Uescrlheitro hotild be busy at other work It will In road foundation surfacing : ::;, ;,; i.n";; :: :: J ::: :: : .l.Nt 1 HruniJy pop 4lnl.M"lInw..1|,|"44" tiy Kv..411'8.. 1'each anil A|<|>!.

u. | > annually to deliver for unbroken Btoncs. either sluglo or In I'urt, ..It rry or A .. . . . //II, a ill 1 r.oAMOrt''OI.t .I IMI |i..r Owl..-Victoria, K>e, Houlal Drop*
I
= lowltl All fmotional Dnlmplna. 0 rant, Hactlon 24, tho cropa to market allowing 92 a day group,*, 'J1t')" nre n nuisance nnd will . al...'...... Oil alllC''.'"'.". .ot ..."'ft I.r"e., -1(1.-. Meiliclnat. -- -- l/uullty-_. ,---- .--

o .. ;. .ab Township Th salil: *lunrt l :Hoiltll.hfitnir: lUtiiife as ssa at
> nf such cprtlnuata In the nania of KaMtIdialtv Hut thlt. In not nil. The Incrennedtonnage Don't delay your road work! until too

= < C..t Co. I'nless. said certltlfate shall. that he drawn over good lute for It to be thoroughly comparted
.> reilnemail. acconltiiff to I..", tax = 9 9 e thereon on tbe001 day of October l A, !>., roads with the name team as compared and \tfll Uulsbed.Don't &
..... 1i OJ CI'fie / bad stone e : S .
.... iwm.Wltnens. my otflnlal signature snil l seat this the with the tonnage; carried over build cheap, temporary : .

fj lt day of Hnntemlwt, A. l>. 1n.. ronds will shorten the time now rrqulrod culverts.Don't 817. al9 \V. H., JACKSONVILLE FLA.

:s G'i3 r 1.c; f: [rt alof Circuit Circuit Court l;"nrt J Ilrevanl A. A.nountr STEWART.Clerk Klorlda.HyU. . I for the! work and wilt iiinke another lay tile culverts In the soft lt.

A. fKWAJlT. !>. f.. srent \"IOIt. Ho It may be *<>t ground.Dou't.

o e. l ( town aw it fact that good roudn will delay sending your claim early

1"I) OVER .FIVE TUOUSAND: > OKVAt-. *ave nn Immense sum in delivering. for settlement.Don't .

..., enftS Um's Kapld.I Calking Tu lsnow| In use produce to market. There! nr.. many : xp ct your claim will be allowed

'e e- Important benefit that need only I 1>'J unless. the work shown correspond

n by boc: owner In the United "to".... mentioned here for Instance navnif to the specifications 1l0.1lJ1"l't..*

.A Price *I.IJO and *,S.x) each a: tho AuVOCATB \ the\ wear and teiir of wuifons. the tbu requirements of thin letter.-From

(1) office Tltti.vllle Fla. Injary to teatn th" lo *i en of tIme goIng Circular I-etter lasued by J. O. Banfonl.!

Oe fit 0II to and returnlnii! .from marketplaces State Highway Commissioner of Vermont.
i :$w. jttA.ventn
+
2U < pleasure each une experiences .

= .':'. II'OG ....... IG rUbe .,, In driving Of'r'tOOll/' rond* an compnn.il

2 ;; ,':.';.._ "''OUI- .....r.. ,..r ,,," with bn )
t.unmff.A
t0 Tb itr I'nrm Far
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contribution

roadK and their
= 1 gB = .....II' .. T II ....ond. ,r., " of good theater for lunatic* bus been builtnt
mEt :.. :'.., )''''1 ran', alltJrd :e' to domestic. felicity, tho largely In the Kalnte Anne asylum In {'IIrl....
r ,. ... /l1.an7&bl"" InOi wbonItuateil
cu.s .." :
a. on trood n>nd* Instead of bad The dotors <
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n FERRY S ones, facilities with which children thoroughly believe In the "tliearercure.
II A may reach the "schoolHohsos nd the "
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:< schools Into large graded, ones.AH .

cUe .r.; -Cbe . .
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1'1>"7 alwa
...11 llj. lar -., ...-. > to gooil roads.We r>eon devised by which anlumU can
crop*. All dMlOT* _Itt rornl that will photograph tbemselveM without IntendIng -
,... our Ia< want permanent *
.= @ K..J Am.mmDflTSKHT ..t mark this na<", as tIPJIllon way It, such domestic puzzles as which
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F s. a.M. ......, .. Co. marked th* age of .\(>p'gll rlntidtinCaertM cat stole> the errant can be fell<1117I

.'o.. which though built twenty- Yeti.. for the l'nbt Urewlna Co.


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? r' HOPEFUL SIGNS. LAND FOR SALE st Lticl and Dad t....n. ADVOCATE. WINSToN S. BRANNINO ""
Cashier
I.. !' EAST COAST counties. Description of tend l: Went close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation

f I )JB of northeast 'Ia: and west 'a "h..u'b. ou :;t." I.nde: river; 41) acres,

r PUBLISHED BVERY PBlD Y. Sensitive persons can hardly be diet> !j.i.eo, 1(5( township .12: ratine :1\: \ Dade county. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

' i Entered at the I'rintofllco at Tltuavllle, Florida, blamed if a .steady reading of the lot 20 list) acres, bt. l.ucle cuiiiiiy.Wot .\IH">. the norih' "H"t 14 of northeast I

a* iiecond.cliui* matter. newspapers and weekly reviews con ', of not"th west 4 4 mxl west !3f, \i. see 18, township 3>> south, range J
ia ? 41 east un south fork ft Bt.:! Lucia COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
the ;
vinces them that present age/; t>f southwest 44: lIeo. ;.13, towunhip :'M I: ,
Ilk CHABLBS H. WALTON. Editor 8plbll.her. liver. ; 40 acres. Dad countv.
steeped in corruption. Yet, although unite 30, |IHO( acres, :8' Li.clu cuunly Apply" "'HAS. II, WALTON, Titus- ,. Authorized capital, s I OOCIV

,'w ' .4 weed LT JOURNAL DBYOTBD" TO. TNB DMVBI they may be sensitive says Youth's Northeast J of southeast t.J:, sec i 3, ville, KU. -.Jo : -s.i": Paid up capital, .. $25:00: ;

i'i'/ orHBifT or TRII INDIAN BITCH, LAKWOBTH > Companionthey are not quite senoi --------- Average deposits :200,00:
+ ADD BlflOAYHB BA V SKOTIOHH.Dlao ble. It Is true, new cases of : 1. "_ ;
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1$ "tm "graft" are constantly coming to Transacts a General
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made -- Banki
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of aclvtu. mnitt per
(>ntluuan JII = =
$ !lP .' light in runny cities, large and -- -' l
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wrllliiKObecK
; Bally at thin office or by ] iCo
small und the I leak, -
? It ; cotton-crop( Easiness
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,, 1 f ,etc.,may be made payaMe to CHARLES the insurance scandal and other I

H. WALronpabllxher. similar outcroppings of moral disease 4 Ldrgest and Oldest Bank on the But
t' easily lend the observer to feel v
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adw ,
Exchange botiftht
and
: + n- In writing, ,the M writer the'A in will OOA obltgebyencQee'y 'rn for Information [ that the whole body politic is rot. PALO ]A'LADE Count i ii,.I Id i t "L 1 II
ok my kiinl "I
ten. The trouble with thin pointof ? "
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a tag a Ktuinpail-aililri'HHOiI envelope ,
I A view is ftc. onesided ness, Its lack IN Piitronaffe treatment; ,appreciated mid.every ta\n' 1'1,"n""I"l ,1. ,)IW",
y
t ' HO8ION( Or) 'KICV-TUB" KAHP: roAsr Aovo of true perspective and just sense i ervauve bankl L. LI I ,
tl ? i I OATS hoe opened,, "n lllciant4 4. AtlnntlaavenueHoston of proportion. It 18 easy to forget ORANGE B x CC r CORRESPOND! i _

which will bo In charge of Mr. Claude that these lesions have not been t Empire TlllBt" r'oinimu" ,, N \
{ O. -Walton.Adareim. uHir I wwlnp i Jrlorltlifc' llaink and Trust 1'00 I .. 1
:1I disclosed! by the groans of a a i UAL ?r 0'i'i2'U5jrI7.I.L

h+/" { J all oninmuntoutlont to ing patient, hut have been laid bare < 1 I"1'J. .

''Sl ' EAST COAST ADVOCATE by the phsTciana who are seekingto -, .- -- -- - ---- -
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i TITUKVILLB, FLORIDA.- make a cure. The symptoms I-I. :J:>> <> :I3J3: I :S..
; t r -- are not new. It is only the disclosure ..................................................:.. Successor to Dobbins Uros.)
; V U. S. Department of Agriculture of them that is new. Now .. (
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Weather Iliireaii-.f upltcr, l-'Ia. that they are known, the prospect : THE e GcrIST .
e that the evil will be exterminated, Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith 4i,5 i iUKIAIRINO ;', ,"
The following in a comparative staie- ia better than ever before. Gun and Revolver parts. and keys at wholesale. Trunk and Valise" I II:, pnucd'
ment of temperature and rainfall for the Comment is frequent upon the i PALMETTO PIANO CLUB :!:!\ Alain :St.: Jackson vllfe. 'la.

1 f i week ending Tuesday, Sept. 10!), 1005. modern apathy toward religion.The -- .. -
J ,ati, -1(105DATK. ( -lOOt\ slow-grnwing membership of *.

'il MAX. MIV.l. : MAX. MIN., even those churches!! which hold SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COHPJHI

Hll 1 7t I 87 75 their own, tbe number of persons t Uy joining our Piano Club !y" m\ will bo nblo t.i get a iflOt grade : Till "
( 14 87 70 K7 7t
) 15: H2:! 72: 87 74 who do not attend service on :Sunday :; t Piano for $207(\ 1111 patmenr' "I #10 d >"'n and membership dues of *
11 iI ](It l 811 75 SII 711 and of those who have no Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
17 !110 77 H:> 74 church home-these things are often f $0 per month, without Inteiest. IMxti't\ ftellvmod! free to nearest : ,
tt 1 IS 80'! 77 W4 72 :,
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i t1 ill, 111 88 8D 10111( 7& mentioned. There may be some depot, as soon as the Hrsr, Ten D Blurs lit paid. : ..
'#i s, Total rainfall for the week: .:H truth in the comment, although .. .. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
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normal rainfall there is less of it than ,
Depatture from for ihe probably
1't! week: minus :!.na: I Inches. Departure many suppose. But as an offset, : ADVANTAGE ( F OUR CLUB PLAN : ,
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from normal: rainfall wince January 1, should not one consider the grow Offices foot 01 Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida Tclopli m, V'',i!!

1 t minus 1.22 HAL.Inched.1*. HARDIN Observer.I ing interest in civic decency and 2 To introduce and got this Plano; lrlJf"'e' the public, we will foam : J. MUNNERLYN: General Manager./

''I I private honor, and the growing feeling : a club of ONE HUNDRED) memhtJIlIlnd each: member, will get :
,,, that opportunity implies obli- .
f 1 the wholesale limited ONE The Oldest Entabllsheil Grain and Seed House In" the:state
a Piano at Ice. The club Is to
SHORT often credited :: pi :
yl men are gation, that the public official(

with having more nerve than big should be not merely as good as :2 HUNDRED membeis and all Instiiitnents will soon be taken :

', 'i't' 1 men, probably because they fro. those whom he represents, but better Wm."\ :: A. :SO"\LJS: \. : Ss Cc.

,1 fb, '0 h quently marry women twice their than they are? It is because i THE PALMETTO PIANO i

r size. There are no statistics to these sentiments are growing thatso ,I- EI
GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
prove this statement. much is heard about "graft." ,
i i' :: Is an lostrumuut that has been niiiniifactured in our own fac-: ::
The
f ; .signs are hopeful, not depress.Ing.
tories, with special features that will make It stand the climatic Flour Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers
A :New York young man lost his Men may or may.not be los- : some :: ,
ing their interest In certain phases conditions of this State hotter than Piano made.
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'I balance while lighting it cigarette, : 201! EastllayStreetJACKSONViLLE::; 1"1.\" .
i p J; fell out of a boat and was drowned. ot religion, but they are not losing .. .

p ,, Anti-Tobacco league will blame interest in good works. o :SEND: l FOR CATALOGUE. : Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. tt'y. end A. < I Hf
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,,h::J 1'1 :}': 'W'i j ,I 1 t.:"!lr.1 ;!t'', slat the that water.the fault lies entirely with Tltnsville's AN UNJUST correspondent CRITICISM.for the Co I i The Cable Company, Ii j I II MeMurray & Baker



"4 1! I, ).' .' SOKDJIJNKSS"' -the love of money coa-Rookiedge News, haa been very care-
\1I, 1 ; ;' and the desire to have it at any less| with tbe truth in the last Issue of I i FRANK E. CHASE, Manager. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. i 4O1-41U East! lIay Street, Jacksonville, Florida.
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; I r" price has been the stigma which that paper, ia commenting on the official -Makers and Jobbers of
!. t't Ii! European nations have fixed upon chni'actor of our mayor, Dr. };. E. ..!................................................ -

( f i I.:: ,t the people of the United States. Rolli nit. a :

) But now and then some great American Tills eutliimlantlo correspondent, Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material,

i \ puts into modern English the whose enthusiasm and alliglance for the ,

f 'J.II I hi old truth, "" man's life consistetli people of Tltusvlllo we seriously doubt, The Ocklawaha Nurseries. Saddlery, Kubber Tires.

Iji I ": ::1'1' not in the abundance of the things la manifestly unfair to our mayor, III Etc
Etc.
i" First-Class Repairing and Painting,
+i' which he poseesseth.i .
that he has refused to tax
i , "." lIt saying wrongdoers .__ _ _. _ ._ __ __ ____ ___ u_ _,_ __ __ _
with adequate punishment. In Tc C>rnX1go G1 roworts: a

i., p i't{ I; 1 A Chicago druggist had gone to our opinion Dr. Rollins has shown the Who expect to enlarge their groves tlilw year: We want to send our new :pup Your . .
' the back part of the store to answer greatest fairness In the discharge of his
1 I. catalogue, which will be ready lor mailing about September 1st.
I ".' ,4' r..1.) a telephone call, leaving his ten. otllcl.tl duties, and has been careful In We have watched, very closely the development of the Citrus Fruit IndustryIn FINE DIAMONDS AND WATCHES

r: ,' year-old boy temporarily in charge. Investigating the facts In every case that .Florida since 1305, and we believe we can glvo: valuable Information to now and from a house that has been in business over tlm'v"' jean,
has come before him In the City Uou'rt
Pirn the ,
Yang Chinese laundryman old OUR CITRUS TREES tbe climax of excellence and valuable e
growers : are only : and has always had the reputation for l.OI'KICES!
itt: tit" in the next block, came in at this and If the defendant's conduct warranted
varieties propagated nurseiles. It will be to Interest to look
are our your on the /finest goods Imported and Manufactured
''I'!' ti i moment to buy u howls of blood severe meesurcH, ho got "what was
that list believe will decide
over, and. we you to /give IIH your patronage, after con-
,'j'if : purifier. "Yes, we've got some," coming to him" and If there were miti-
) t sideling the Inducements we have to offer you I Hess &
t. d said the conscientious boy, "but I gating cliciinistiiiices, the punishmentwas Slager,
SPECIAL TERMS: to those who place their orders now for fall and winter
I ilon't believe it'll do administered to stilt the facts. It
I you any good. planting. ABSOLUTELY:;\ : WRITE FLY ADDRESS:
: I t You might take u dozen bottles of does not necessarily follow that a man DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.

j p ,;:' I:'''t': it, and you'd still be a Chinaman. Is guilty beo.uwo an officer places him 11 and 13 Main St. J & S. W. and A. C. L. WATCH INSPEC FOR.

1 d n' 'I t i r I Id under arrest, and, certainly a subordinate The Ocklawaha Nurseries 331); W. Bar Ht. JACKSONVILLE. FI ORIDA.

rl j rq should not piny the role of dictator . _. -
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IT is of note that all II-
I (( worthy to superior.. Another thing should O. -. p. ,6-ar drfY:; Ii; Eaa + a t s. ettom ,
t'1 nancial institutions of .vvConnor, Prc>
any responsibility
j t r. character be taken Into'conll.lel, tlon in assessing T.A.N"c.Er1.JN'E: : :: :, F2OR: :=: .. '
P .df i regard good as. linos. The fact that, In a large number .. ,, ,, 'f SImDS::: : : rOr: .. SPEI.JN"aI :: : }.
it the best basis for successful business - ------ -- -
t It ; ,. I of oases, the line Imposed really I'lne/ *................................m..NN..4GREATEST
operations. It is the fundamental
''i upon a destitute wife .and her pbll : basis of business .
.. , present Turnips-and Ruts Bagas.
Dr Kolllns has shown a merciful spirit AI
( }; 'il methods and of all commercial In. The I Onion Sets-Bermuda and Pearl.
,,141 I In most citses, and for that we feel disposed Manufacturer's Pure Food and Indnstria Exposition i
tercourse. Integrity and conflllilence Cabbage t varieties for Florida. Beans.
to commend him, but If a man
i are to modern j Jacksonville Fla.. January 4 to 1 18, I 1906. .
necessary persisted In doing, and would :: Seed Potatoes-for fall, :N) 4 Hose and Tilumph.
dealings, in fact, it is by integrity wrong I Poultry Supplies-Intel'national Stock and Poultry Foods, )Et'; ,
r and condence that the volume not use a gentle hint, and reform after GRAND MUSIC, GORGEOUS ELECTIUCAL DISPLAYS, AUTOMOBILE I
great
r { of being assessed a light line, our mayorwas : ,SHOWS :MOTOR HOAT,AND SPORTSMAN'S: CARNIVAL, :j
t daily transactions is carried on. quick to give him what he really I :i:.. C iMLRON.: Oc:1.sxn.an: : ,
} Taper la accepted whose value de. 1 : Sub-tropioctil: fruit: :Exh:1b:1.'ta:: : : .
i I ',' deserved tho way of punishment. i 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. jfjSsbsa
}, } penile wholly on the integrity its e- -OUKAT: DEMONSTKATrON: OF PURE FOOD- i
It Is only a brutal nature that takes
+ maker. A system of checks enables : East: Const Fruit Growers can secure space at reasonable rates. Addrea sailcommunications : .s L
delight/ In wringing) all the sulTeilng out BE3 rt3w:1: ra caoo o t H -ieMalloryLines-'- -
i businessmen, and banks to pay a : to J. it. FAHQUIIAK, Gen. Mgr
't of a poor unfortunate that the law will Ilerklmer Building, Jacksonville. Fla. Z
kr vast amount of obligations'every .
1y
T, +f day with a correspondingly small allow, especially If the culprits. act was .....................................................

use of actual money. All of these not grossly: wrong, but a slight Infringement - . .-- _u __ u _ .p,_ __ ___ __
of the town ordinances. If
anyone
} : transactions are based on integrity has a "grievance" against the THE
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", and confidence. may. VEHICLE & HARNESS CO.
or, It must be a personal one, for oer: _
talnly the people of Tltusvllle have :Corner Kotsyth and Cedar bts.

'r'nssingular": spectacle i is present none. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Our SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

ed !in Europe. a great, intelligent Our town was uover quieter than for -

l' and progressive people, now practically the past year. which fact utterly disproves .' stock of . . and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the :+'".

free and independent, peddling the truth of the article alluded to. WAGON BUGGIES, CAlmAGE8.IiUfUEYS -NO OVERCROWDING

f I their throne about among the If Mayor Itollins ba,1lot been doing a
'THAI'S," ROAD CARTS, GUARANTEEDnth.hips
princes of the neighborhood, begging his duly the criminal and disorderly element IMPORTANT STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY :
f fur some one to come and rule would have long ago discovered. It, ll.R.'lE8SSADDLES/ ETC., ETC., ETC. ? no tickets will be sold to exceed the number ber
hnrlarldwservice \
4 them. The people of Norway, says and the town would have become a bed -IS NOW prJoTE-: or tbe seating capacity of Dining Halls. thus Insuring all passenger '

dlr I a Jib the Kansas City Journal, are not lam of disorder. nut the contrary Is the -- and attention.

able for their sturdy industry, fact, and we challenge any town In the J#Call on us and you will Unit our prices will please ;you. .

II wholesome courage and high Intel.f State to show a cleaner record than Tltusvllle _n _ _ _ _. _.. _ _' __ PASSENGEKS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE EVERY FRW.H.(8ee
f ; j lectual ideals. So far as capacity can show for the last. twelve ( :Schedule: ot.Sblp. I'D Florida Times-Union.
TX"r"C"S'V'Xx.i.E :xnrmimrFEED : ST A.I3iEJ.::: :
1 i for st'lf. i ia .
l govern men t concerned, mouths HO'far ut the conduct of Its citizens [)
; f + they are second to none", This Is concerned. We do not feel disposed ,, LOWEST RATES TO NEW YORK AND ALL POINTS NOKT

i hardy northern race has always to sity any harsh things about the AND SALE SADDLE) : HOUSES, Including dellghttul DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

been remarkable for its resistanceto Tltusvilla correspondent for the News, ( FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS."
p' to oppression. Perhaps no but t the ...STABLES... BUGGIES, ,
country merely deny allegations and defy ', ); **
? t' in all is Through tickets sold to all northern points. For full Information regaitiQg( '
Europe
the
more promising allegator. Ills or her Identity I. un- BAGGAGE J W
SURREYS !X
: tractions offered by no other line ervatln tickets, etc., ap
'I ; diagrams, re ,
} ground for the spread of political known to us, and for that matter we

l I it Itt independence" Here is an opportunity hope It will never be disclosed,. for we TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS: ARTHUR W. PYE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay greet, Jacksonville, FloridaSEND

I4 1 t, !2 for President Roosevelt to wish at all times to feel kindly toward HAULINU ETC. s -
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.all .
kinds.
get in some good work in the interest our citizens, and that we might not be

aft't: t; of good government, and make able to do If we knew too much.SEVERAL JT. 1X. SbnX1, YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.

j,3'l, : a republic of Norway. CITIZENS.: TITUSVILLE10 rear of Bobbins' Law OfficeYI.ORIDA.. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK, OF STATIONERY INURE CPt>I ITT



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..>4..............+.++.+..NNNNNN...+...< us well AS other readers of the EAST I Stuart.Noah We make a specialty of
COAST ADVOCATE. On the-first page Is

3 j a likeness of Rev M. C. Bruner, pastor ; '
EAST COAST NT EWS. of the M. E. church at Clinton Tenn. Parks having a launch built

Rev Uruner Is a Brother of John and at Coi belt's yard. i iI

11 ******************** j A I., Kruner, and Mrs. II. K. Hughes, J. S. LeFlls of Florida' metropolis FIRE INSURANCEand
of Georgians, and Mrs. K. II. Unrchtlehl, I ,
Tuesday
of Kansas city, was here

Newsv Notes Contributed by Our Regular :. In the editorial notes are the following I I Sir Mortimer Smltli, of Jacksonville,

!! : "Kev. J. 15. Hawk, pastor of the was la town, XVeduesdny.
Corps of East Coast C01').'(.> pon ents. : Melbourne and Georgian charge, 8t.Jobn' I
Klver Conference with his wife Mr Kogshell Retting building ma-

........................N...N..................lyr and son, Fritz, gave the Advocate-Jour renal together on \his two lots oi avenue are prepared to give
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enjoying a few weekll' vacation and II. \V. Bonsey antI wife left Monday
Dense tend all communicationl Eau Gallie. expect to spend the remainder of the fur H visit to Jacksonville, and other

|I items for publication\ to "Editor, time allotted thorn In the highland of points..

V 'ATE:, Tltusvrllle, Flo." North Carolina." I PROPERTY OWNERSthe
"'\'e have received from the Uev. J.H. The Fred lalllgher cottage Is nearly'
8\It \II ('. HOrMlflOV! '_rinsUMK AM BlR- KU. article completed, and Is quite no addition to
White, of Gooiglanii' an
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we cannot gnainutee to publUhn IFOS. bun unlit, KlorlilK.Mr .
fr' the town.
S.inctitlcallon\ which will appearnpxtweuk.
that Jo not reach this office btforebu KoHHl'er Uro. White's article will always The hot summer weather has gone at
Jo'It Pierce
went lo on
>D Thursdays. Sunday lust', repay careful perusal and study last, imd! wo are now enjoying cool north
In a personal note, he says : I shall boeightytwo east breezes !&
Fine weather and few MIll)"I'rs during : In Droember, and Mrs. White
Will ooirespondents oblige us by the pant week. eighty lit January, and 1 will celebrate the Miss Edith Kitchlng land a very interesting -

'I i 1" i the mines of people and pinch sixtieth uiintve-rsiry of our marriage, If meeting of t Young/ People's
.. K.: IS, Cavloi'M suriov Is meeting/ all of ChiUtUn Endeavor Sunday possible
"inly us possible ? I wn live until October IDih., Tho many Society i.YGIYY
trains un the K. E, C J.Uti 1 White In evening ; f
lends of Brother and! Sister ,

Our Kclionl now well uudor way with Athens. Tenn. where they" lived before II. n. Ball Is busy as a bee those days, at

Melbourne.EI1AKU MIHS linunei In charge/< as piltidpnl.luquliifH removing to Florida, will bo ploanod to packing nnd shipping ;pines, painting best ,

hear Pram them." his house, doing/ team work, etc., and a
) are coming lu dtl ly for board, .
--------- other '
I I rooms and cottages, for the coming winter few thing protection /: J the

W HUUDK.: -lleal Estate Notary' season A Cold Settled, in UN Klduoyn.< <10110. XV. Thomas and wife, wont downto
,Hill and Cnnveysmw. Agent for *:tii.i.i the Beach with the Blue Jays Mr. '
i,orl"olanll l LcndonandOlo6eandHarttonlre Letters from J, A. Gilbert, of Odessa, A. J, Jonneiisoe, O'-'Ol: Butler St.. (:bl- followe.1 /
Thomas Is faithful it fan OM ever
1..8..ralloo Cimipunlim. Special attentionItnl N. V, icpoit hU probable, return. to ago, writes: "I am ajswltchman and am as 'I \
to tb..lllt..L. of uonruaidenta.Subscriptions Eau Gullio\ about Nov 1st. a ball team. :
out In all kinds of weather. I took a cold 1'. "M ;
The yawl' Lawrence Orr, looks likea which settled my kidneys and I was In S, S. Scott, general superintendent of 1 _/,1/ 'i I //1/'/" '::111 : '?..1111111\\\1.I\\\ r .

r' for the ADVOOATK, new vexxel\ after her overhauling on htdshd.ve. I tried several ndvmtlRed the steel bitdgo work being done here,
pink paper of the East Coast, will be 1I0d sout' ways last week. remedies with no benefit, until t. was has moved Into one of the recently built

lvod at Melbourne PostolUco. leeommendpd to try Koley's Kidney Cure.Twothlids voltages:( on avenue I).
Alex Near was lu Elm iallie on Sun of a bottle cured mo. bold LOWEST RATESin I
d.iy lust Mr Near Is now engaged on Frederick Hancock, Reginald Kltch-
fc.ipt: Sam Martin, Is progressing nice'jnith b Red Cross Pharmacy, Titusvllle. I'nul William
the
launch an artesian well at Fort Pierce ing, Kitiger boys,
the for
the work on large -------- and several others, joined the list of

n. Geo.; R. Lyons. Mrs. Burns and Miss Edith, of Canaveral Mims. bicycle riders this wrtek.

bur dock has been put In llrst- panned through Eau Gallie this
city
week, enroute for City Point The East Coast Fish Co., are busyhauling
order, a force of men having been out and repaiilng( their large
noik on It for some time. Geo. C. Houston and wife have moved J. 7. Kjzer has the contract to rebuild, hoot of boats and launches, getting

lis. C. II. Stewart and daughter.: into their new home near the K. C. .Marine the school house. leady for the winter fishing HOIUIOU. LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I
Railway, In North Eau faille I
y Gladys\ gave a delightful lawn par- XV. S. Bailout spent :Saturday In '('ltu.- There Is a IIOIIHU famine here. Thoro
),iHt week to a number of joungIII Miss limns and daughter, Miss Edith, i vllle on bUMlne ". has been tlnoo inquiries for houses. this _

of Ciiiiavvnil were the guests of Hovernlllro..el8 have sold their week, one family wanting to rent fora

lr Edwin J, Hood, left on Monday Sarah C.. Hodgson, on Sunday and DI"j fruit oil the trees at $:J.">0 and f.S:LOO!lrnpe-per year with the privilege of renting the
lAnnapoliH. Maryland where he will day I.ISI.The box. second year.Deputy Morgan & Walton

tin take up his studies at the Nava advanced grade In School Xo. 22 ,
Sheriff Josh Platt attested
Mrs. J.T. McGuire, of Tltusvlllo, Is ,
is
i lemy.jlrs. having a ntpaiuto room lu the present;
In Minm with her patents, lecupeiatlng Home colored men Satniday night and
C. Moore and Mis. Barnes school building./ This will be used by took them Miami for trial where Florida.
L. the Mi.. after her severe illness. to Titusville, :
principal, liouuer.
lio up from lioseland last Saturday, s they were acquitted. Wonder who paid
I were guests of Hotel Carleton un- The dance at Carleton, Melbourne, Mrs. McCal!, of Macon. Oa., after a the freight.For ---.

Monday evening, when they returned on Saturday: night last, was well attended visit return of seveitil home weeks shortly In Minis, expectsto the benefit of our distant friends

file' by our young people, some Jilting we will state that the base ball game between -
{I II'i Nathan P. Ernest, who has been a and some attending via launches. Miss Stella Nuns, a popular young: lady Mauley's Blue Jays and the Fort' The Walton

leant' guest of Hotel Carleton for the dipt. Kogero Is decking in the largo of llonavenfure, spent part of hist week Pierce team, played on Thuisday the

It t nine months, was called home tongton scow or lighter, recently purchased for with Mrs. 1'.L.. Kyzer. 1 Iitb. resulted In a victory for the llhio.lays

Ky., ou account of the ""- his freighting business on Indian Kiver. Will and Itob Strahan. after spending the sooiu being Stuart, Foil:
Illness of his ulster.o. The work is being completed in this several days in Minis, returned to Wet Tierce, O.Stanlev's. Self-Locking

of the harbor. Palm Bench, "'e O. Uleiison superintendent Jays went to

|lids: Joust Line Canal and Transpor-. Portion r.iddison, Is a/'l'alllin/ Eau Gal Miss Taylor, of Cocoa, has loan secured XVednesdiiy, oveiilutf where they
|1111 Company, of Saint Augustine, lie. lie will accept a position with theo as the teacher for Minis School crossed (bate with tho Palm bleach boys

.1 in Melbourne List week. His Mel- };. C. I.. &. s>. Co., at this point. We extend N o. 5, for this yeni's term.E. on the"Royal Poluolnna dlamoud l, Thuis Tackle Block
krno friends are always glad to see a hearty welcome to Mr. Ponton day. J. O. Hanoouk had the boys incharge ,,.
ehcorfulfacel and hope his stay with us may be long. std S. Lee, has n large crop of tomatoes / as Manager/ Stanley Kltching was I.1ILiJEVE
expects to commence shipping
unable .
apt Alex .r, Goode took a lolly Mrs.\ Alheitlne 'frontier has returned to looul markets in a few weeks. jtu.Allialluch:

ty of young folks to Melbourne from a summering In Chicago. She reports owneis on the St. Icicle .
kill one evening last week. They her sister as being under the 1'. J.. Kyzer has ndopted a small boy, river, will act wisely If they pat' the ieg-
)iud well filled baskets and enjoyed weather, and feels much anxiety for her Ollie Killings; of Miami. Ollie Is fortunate ulatlon lights on their boats.' The gov.

'"ilijflit suppe.r on the Beach, many state of health. Mrs. Treutler remembered In securing so /good ft home. ernment inspector may drop down In
: ( A BABY
hem, also, enjoying a good surf bath. many of our little folks on her return Mrs. Harry Roberts will arrive In this section at any time, and I If caught

lrs. i J. K. Campbell and son, Manllr.uder proving quite a Lady Bountiful to Minis, the 30th, Inst., via the popular without lights, you ate liable to a two known whore to go for n general lino

have returned from their them. ________ steamer Comanche, of the Clyde Line. hundred dollar lino.
of good drug It's boon cured by our
_____ __. _
h m
tern trip spending three months Mitchel has
Kyier n new violin and
Attacked: by n ,3Iol medicines and l lie one of
(lint Man i ton and Denver, Colo., every evening we hear sweet music.Mlcli Like I-'liuliinr JUoiioy.
visiting In Sc. Louis, Mo., Cluclnna- And, beaten In a labor riot, until covered Is heard of frequently serenading C'UK BEST IWUOAD.S.
''hlo and Sewanee 'lenn. with Finding health Is like finding money- ,
They ro- sores, a Chicago street car the ladies
had so think those who are sick. When you .
t having a fine time. conductor applied Iluckleu's Aruba
Halve, and was soon sound and well "I Ii. J. Magruder, of Oak Hill, was theguest have a cough, cold, sore throat, or chant It ball all children's diseases and our
m. Campbell and son, Kranier of P. XV. Koberts irritation better net like W.
use it In my family," writes((. J. Welch, Wednesday promptly,
very pleasant visit with Mrs. Mer. of 'J'ekonKIIiI.lIoh.: ., and find It perfect" Mr. Magruder/ has large orange grove C. Barber, of Sandy Level, Va. He says: medicines cured them. Ours Is the
lof Tropic at her home in Interests in "I had
pretty Minus. a terrible chest tioutlo canned
iiHis :Simply great for cuts cud burns. Only best equipped best stocked and most
Mo. Merrill's
City Mrs. !
many 2":; at Jted Cross by smoke and coal dust on my lungs;
o 'harmacy.Ueorglana. L. K. Myers boa completed the additions
|ode In Florida will be sorry to heart but' after llndlng no relief In other remedies popular drug store on tho Kast'; Coast.
to the of E. A
store Green Air
she has been very ill\ with rheum.vanil I was cured by Dr. King's New
Myers Is ono of the best mechanics of
I", though very much better, is Discovery for Consumption' Coughs Buy drugs us.
around thin of the
suiYering: and is going to Excelsior part country. and Colds." Greatest sale of anv cough

rags, hoping the waters and baths XV. S. Bailout, lioy Wakefield, J. /. and lung medicine In the! wo 'l
pc. will\ instore her to perfect health. A. L. Bruner Is making a cistern for Kyzer and Will btrahan, went to the Ked Cross Pharmacy; fillo, and if 1.00; ,

flie Indies gave a delightful social hop Mrs. Peachy, who purchased the Anthony Haulover, Wednesday, fishing. Mr. Itnl- gun ranteeu. Trial bottle free. 9II Red Cross Pharmacy,
IIi, lou, proved himself to be a true sportsman -
>tel Carleton last Saturday even- place.C. ------ --
TITUSVILLTC FLORIDA.
l'iof Koeiger furnished the music, IlIlIdll g the Urgent fish, n.n: pound .._
--- -- ---------- -- -
I lie ladles furnished( refreshments. J. Coggln cud wife, of Hockledge:( buss. Lotus.

"'tiff those present were: Mesdames Monday.were\ down to see irandma" Munson A. M. Terwilllfjfer, will arrive this Hodgson Bros.

Ian Nicholson, Margaret M. Ooo.le. week and expects soon to start shipments I
Moore, R. XV. Joode, Lena Hood Mrs Taylor was calling on Mesdames of early oranges and grape fruit. S. A. On teen supplied the neighbors

[I, Stewart S. Salano, O. M. Beau- Hughes: liruuor and Hall, Monday I ti- Mr. Terwilliger Is one of the most nr with some tine beef, Monday. EAU OAI.I.IE, INDIAN RIVER, FLA.

p, (laude Edge and J. M. Ferguson ; ternoon. dent believers In a great future for the Grape fruit Is coloring up some and
Misses Maude Hood, Genie Harris, Indian Marine I Kali way.
Arthur Sims and wife left, Saturday' Rlverorange. the hot sun seems to cook some of them
tie May poke, Fannie Hoke, Ethel
for M. Augustine for visit of Monroe Blood worth on the top side. General Merchants and Ship Chandlers.
two
Ptor, Ida\; Simpson Gladys Stewart, / a of Valdosta, Oa.,
e Nicholson, E. Matliers, hassle weeks with relatives. Is a recent visitor In :\lIm., and In stopping :Miss Jessie Miller, of Eden: teacher of I I II Ii ..Special Facilities..

sun Mary Nicholson. and Alma The many friends of Itev. J. H. hawk with M. T. Jones Mr. liloodworth our sehuol was calling ou the nelghbois i for Hauling Out, (Storing and Repairing
Kittle Martin: ; Messrs. C. II. Stew- and family will be glad to hear from a large planter of Lowndes county, and getting acquainted laitt Sunday.

.j J M 1. Ferguson, A. E. and C, J. F.IFa'h them. They were In C.hattanoosra Tenn.:, Oa.and, ,establish and Is here to locate permanently Cup Cone of Palatka was visiting the I Yachts and Launches.
himself
'( A. J. Uoode K. XV. Beaujenn, bept. lath, and enjoying their much In the growing of shippers here Monday to see what the Muntlou the AnvooArK when writing.
citrus
I 1. iSuiujenn. K. Hodgson Claude needed, fruits Mlms always welcomes
:( rest. 1'heyesQl'ct to be home prospects were for it and to nee
crop,
'I i I'oek. U. XV. Booth, Clay Chadk about the tint of October. energetic\ people and we wish" all that what the chances were for
\ 'I'm* Edwin' come the best that can be had. Feed putlirg one
W. C.
Martin Kyle '
,I' W (I\\I. Sample, and !Jr. and Mrs. F. XV. ]MuuHon, and son, (Guy returned well the land, oh, tiller of the soil, and of his steamers on the run from Eau Stanley JCitcliing'Dealer
iallle
to Cocoa lie the
*Peek from their summer outing In Illinois In turn, 'twll feed thee well. given dimensions -
and XVis. Mr. Munson gained quite a I __ __ of his boat as being 14 feet wide, In-
good deal of weight and Guy has recovered MO sect long, and drawing a depth of :3 i
Merritt. I from his operation sufficiently to Got Off CII<
r be able to go without crutches and with lie may well think, he has got off success ha lied Is claimed to be the Finest Tackle Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China

only a slight limp In Ms walk. cheap who, after having contracted ---- mock. In the World To see It In to buy and Temperance Drinks.

John Quincy, our faithful and eHicient constipation or Indigestion, Is still able Are You J'lIguJed'" It. The following brands of cljtarR.dollvere.J
school will be opened at Meirltt this to perfectly restore his health. Nothing Thousand at $2,2,1: box of liO
mall carrier was selling some tine porkIn : of them In use throughoutthe per :
Engaged; should
people remember
will'do this. but ,
town early Tuesday morning, So Dr. Klo 'a New Lifo thai after marriage North. Read testimonials from lumboldt[ Key XVest Smokers) I'rcmos,
quarrels
Pills. A many can
."'t< will be sold on the Gilbert place, far he has found no trace of his line gun quick, pleasant, and certain be avoided, by keeping their those who use thern.Tbialoatlholtllllll Cremo, Cabanas, tohalskl.
I nni\ for houses to be built at once. which wan stolen from his house In cure Ked for Cross headache, constipation, etc. 2.::;oat good condition with Eluctrlo digestionsIn hitters block lit made In various Flinch Cards, ROo./ ; Hand Made Palmetto

broad day light, and John standing onlya Pharmacy. Guaranteed. H. A. lirowo of Ueonettsvlllo shapes and sl/.en.. of WOOD. IltO.V flats
>'I', H. O.. 2.0.
'Ivrgmaa: Is now planting out a fine few feet at bis hog where he and BH 'IJ'ZE. Will work e'luailywell
away. pen : "JTor
I says years wife suffered Intensely
< my STUART
I lower seed for flowerbeds at the was feeding; his hog. The thief slipped I I UrRY'I--; from dyspepsia, complicatedwith with rope, chain or wire rope. FLORIDA.

in the back way. John's gun was aNo. a torpid liver, until she lost her XVIII work at any height, upside down -

,rman Y. Glass of Evansvllle will, Kemington, and it U hoped he Draylng hauling of all I Inds prompt strength and vigor, and became a mere horizontally, or ut any angle and wll! .THE ANHEUSER BUSCH
Building in November; on the will find It soon. Unfortunately he does ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove wreck of her former self. Then she stop and lock at any point. I, ,
e'lt bought last winter. not koow the manufacturers number of wood for sale at all times tried Electric Hitters which helped herat Invaluable for every kind of business

his gun. The Dumber of all guns and U. Yo. HOLTKK, Tltusville.\ once, apd finally made her entirely where a block Is needed frequently saving Brewing Asso's.
It Gilbert Is expected soon, alIkrftia |- watches should be copied and kept (toridentificatlon ., ; well. She U now strong and healthy." the labor of one man or more.

''I rumored his. wife will ton In casa they are stolen. Shoe The Ked Cross Pharmacy sells and guarantees Nothing like It for banging ortstretch-

la Europe, with their son, Madison. Ucpnlriiiff.I them at (MIl) a bottle. log: wires. riotous Bt. Louis Ken and JI4Itoo
All blocks fitted with the famous
miall&I
Ulalr are doing fine bush1 tied Hner.
'" teesburg' so when Mr. Hull Is building himself a boat do all\ kinds of boot and shoe repair \VAtvros.VurroN: ROI.LEH!: BIr.AIUJfU.
< are pJea.tanto-lt report rains says most dally for the winter trade. ing and do not forget It. Opposite Jos. Flute Property I"or Male. : Bold by n ..ri.F.A. Lonler andR.

uowever. Pritchard Jk: Sot AXOREW Giuxo.f Address all communications to the L. MutlAw, Tltlu.llleFla.!

Mrs. Baldwin wan recently! making Titusvllle, Fla. By Mr R. r.. MotlowCocoa,
I FJs.
"' Iii Martin .ill. In all probability, calls In North Ueorglana. Two nice cottages adjoining each

'"ol to a party DOW looking at It.la other In North Titusvllle with Walton Self-Locking Block Co
Mrs. and Israily of Clnclnnat-. an acre j JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
halted Diide ,
tl! : a house will be built on It. ti. County Land for Hale. of hammock and fire acre of rich muck I 0 0 ,
uom is oa at Merritt.
land, suitable for truck farm. Good ,. (Incorporated.) 1
Mr. IIlacock bin returned from De- Sole Dlstrlbaton
t amorod that XVilllam G. Lore, of Land, where he received the X-ray for sale, cheap the northeast quarterof river front. The larger cottage has three Office niid Wareroom, -101. Atlantic Ave., I .;y,, ,
Ir., City' N. J owning palace ho- treatment for cancer. southeast quarter of section 3, to..oablp sleeping room and a servant's room upstairs Near Kowe's Wharf Elevated /Htatlon.1MMTON !
'Ilroadwalk here will open the 38, south of range 41 east; close to ; und a parlor sitting room dining &lASIi.OVNER.'i 010 to 620 West Day Street
"I''few hotel here this fall. Substantial Improvements are to be O. K. XVood'a pineapple plantation ou room and kitchen below. The I l
I fi, made on Mr. Hendry's place. Mr. White St Lncle River; 40 acrea.Alao log cottage has two adjoin and OI"'l'IIE CKLEHKATED; JACKSONVILLE FLA. '
1 'ml Mrs. Lucas will occupy the has material on the ground for two the northeast quarter of north servant's sleeping room - ----
a ,cottage at Uerritt, this fall. chimneys with fireplaces, and for A large east quarter of section 18, township 88, sitting room room In second tory, and WALTON.YINTON ROLLER BEARIKG.
dining and
urns expects her sister, from .St. brick cistern besides lumber for other south of range 41 east; on south fork of below. room kitchen UNIVERSITY COLLEGE
to spend the winter with her work. i St. Lucie River; 40 acres- Apply to Large, brick cisterns to both Sample Illocks can be Been at the An-

'' rlneh' CHAR H. WALTON, borne.house. Adapted for a nice winter VOOATK ofllce. Titusvllle; at the store of OF MEDICINE I i ?::Q N A.?'
U expected shortly from The last number of the Methodist Ad- Tltusvllie 8. II. Hubbard: Vo., Jacksonville and
J'tter, N. Y. He will build a fine vocate-Journal. Kooxvlllf TeD D., wbos Fla Apply to UBO.: M. Kpuunts, Jas. Pritchard A: ton's store, Titusvllle.; Tba.ougN..u and IbeSrUIALllli1..I" Mioicmt su euY, otirirmrs
Silo ISSiIItirandP555540.faun .
this fall, at Merritt. Mr. editor Rev. Dr. Manlier visited tbls Tlttisvllle Fla Fla. Call and
sea thane blocks working. H.ll.. L....,. .. .
'I""0, of SheltOD, Conn., will also region last winter contains Items of Interest FOB ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING rl..mtlt....1,... tot"''iiin '..mpllil'''''''.ebIDI.' mil Dl...a..

>o a lot bought of )lr. Crlnch. to some of the Georgians people remember the ADVOCATE office. Do you subscribe for the ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING done .nm Twa.,. Hlk record k.o. ..... _,d..
at this office. rro let . ("...r.. u II wflt<. THB esrt<'TO I,







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: FEtOINGSTtERS.JJfulfii : I went to tell about one of the bent

i : anti most labor snvln contrivances for I focal Time Card No. 62. In[ Effect April 17/11 190

.
and l turn Kimllnir: <*lvIlnplil working$ out stumps. I call It a "stump

(, Cala.. end Prime fbntlltlou tvlstpr." See the diagram. First make SOUTH-BOUND-READ.. NORTH_ OUNI'_
experiment, station! be. a Ion nook, only
x Tliu KIIIIMIIM a strong" hook as for i
,
t I.aix:: one HeiiHon, In the month of XoMinber - three times 111 heavy.. Get good stout No. 99'No., t9Dally. STATIONS No.78 Nr ss I

011 '4, iin experiment In feeding! en. pole twenty to twenty-five feet long D.II,. Dally. On, '"

,) f tJ olfnlfn hay and I lIfUr corn to bout two feet from the large: end of -0 4OB L. __ .Ja<'ll..on.III...... .....,.... Ar T ( i : '
6p
filings .. 8e. Jack armrllle.?.......,. Lv 8 esS ,
In the manner 9 48aID
mtpei'H of different neon, which rcpre- the pole fasten the book 601" US Bt. Ang, 'usllne _.,...... .. 8 50 \ .'
< n
: of cattle of cunt hook and hitch a team to theend 1.1 p .. ...H..lnlt.........._._ 'M I r ,
wonted the average quality n 8ospI132a ., ...,.... .... 'S! r
>jll : handled by fowlers.Tle 1 of the lever. The stump U enmity 1 10 P 11 BO a .._....... .X..l"a'.II" ?? I \

finch; us ordinarily from, i - Ar ..._____1'1'''tk... .................. L. 410r
steers. were tuken" directly 1 un so P p 1216 11 39 p a L. ......___.Pahl kilo .?............... Ar 8 00 I
li aba calvoH iroin klm milk 00
hL pasture the C\ - Ar _.._.......Hun M*...0.......?....... LtAr :9101'& I t.
lot WHS given nil the roughness tl21p oop .... ...... 8 9a ,; N
4bl } I k 12ach 2 10 p 8 OO/ a L. ..._...._.....Bun: Miiloo" .t.r I
t '::7 rt
1* C 14-82 L. ._...._........N sega M....._....... LY 8 17 I'
4k w r 7 Rip pU47p .. ?..._... .e.nua0a. ......?..-.-_ 8 H P 0'
1 r Y .-a-i x II IIt rt 8 lie 10 p 14 Rip ?......._?..?"'.''D UIH..t.........___ .. a 1 I 17 I ..
8
p ... .. .. 3 iii ,
..
_._..... .. 0 rmnnd ? ?- 1 I
I 0\ H 41 p 1 Stp ......._-..TH Mwt"n.. ?.........._? ... 8le1), t w.
H sa p' t 8Up ?? ..... ....., 2 Gr) I
C\ .... OinnKf I' ?
STUSIPout TWISTY-II. \I", 1 Rip ..._. ??.pnrt ?* :S:I
11'I I A U 25 p p' a is p ..............,New Sniyrua-: ... 2 SO I' j 1
, ,. If there Is any trouble to -
t"'Itp,1 ...... iie Ar ._.......... LitJia Helen ..........?.. l.tLT H 4'. p
nt the start cut om or two of the 10 P .' ? .........o..n.ln.... : ...,...._._. .. 19 sap) 5r
10 8" 8 R5p ?? ,
twist 'a a .. ? Junction.. .. U 80 |II i470j "
to
hii'Kor'' runts Always try 10 45 a 4 01) p .......Orange City ? \
...
HtiinipH Moon after n ruin. It I Is then - Ly .... . .... eer 8mvr.: ....___ Lv. > i :0:
much wisher work. In using thin twister r- 10 9 81 OOp p 2 251p 1p .. ....._?..:....,.... o..1r. 1111I.l ..._.,.?.._ 1 ba' |> .,
.. Theteam 10 Slip a sop k. ......._.....,.,.Tt tuevtlle.--. 110 ]P I tIII
tools to !
there are no carry. C __ .. -

pulls the polo to the next stump. Tri-'V cekly Sailings . o -\ OOa- -.......... Ar....._;...........9nlifnrrl.???_.?..-.Lv. 1000........a' I pt )
I Two men" pull thirty stumps n dayThis . / ....._..1000 a "...?._.......Suiafunl-.,.?...._ Ar .i

I, I r' IICST OAINSn: AMONO niB f TAITTO easily. .. twister was first described and NEW YORK ... -10 89 pIt -5p iv.. __....._.. Taaavtlle. \ ?..__? Lv.. H 118 81 p I'i
l __ .coco.--
; LTotal gain 400 pourulH.! ) by u Mr. Mulllklii of Franklin Ind., BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE U l s p seep: .. __. _..Itnek In.tits..._...._ 1480p: I 2
j 1 11 82 pIt 4 ISP .. __ 11 68ft 1 II
._
......l'n."l.\' \ -
Yorker corre- _._ :
i j the cattle ivoul. eat up clean) vrltlioutscouring. concludes u Rural! New at Charleston, S. C., both ways) Ml' 4 45 R4 p _.. .. [plbo..rtlO_..._..._? ? 11 4"u 1 -
4 It was found! that with Hl- HpoiuUiit.IMfTcrrnrc] Calling b/l 1'108a. 4 p ._? _......Jnbartt/nn-...- n 11 04 i n i y
Service 1'151. 8 8T p ............_. 10 IJ n 1 I'
C .._....... Nt L unb ',
A, faUn It was pOHrtlbla for the steers to Finest Steamships in the Coastwise ._ 1 89 a 62\11' .. _.:...._.Forl Starer,.._..?.._ 10 (u6 n'lr N
? cat too much lillY stud, become 10Of'( In Alfnlfn doll The O.ca. 166a 045p ..' ......_._.l'lbbal..?........?.,...... 9 30 n i 1 11 1,. '0II
drained a it a 7 imp . .., .....,.._ 0 211 u
well ... .
with four best In a Lines. a __. .._ Edo n
The Rntln rationVIH IK-KIIII 1, Alfalfa grows The Clyde New England and Southern < 2 23 a 7 lap w _.__...?.._...J".IO. ............._.. '. 9 Jl :i 1 I fJtQ
) pounUs per" 1.(101)) pounds live vplglit. loamy soil willi n subsoil gultlclentlyopen Service Between 2 24 a 7 7 17 28 p .. _..._._.._.....IIDlut rt.................... ' 911 ', n 3:
Direct 89 P
n; , f pnulually to How tIle roots to penetrate toIl 2 a 86 p" .... .... lobe Hound ............?. H4.! C..4i .
IncrotiHcil 7
ory Points. 3 OK a ? H2la
( Tbe grain Wlff! Eastern ....... "
: and all _..._.....WentJuplK-r ?
M uu examination Providence 27 SUP8MP 71a ''i
jet Boston 8 a n
depth
feel l .
''t the Htoertt tftiliiH! /; on full considerable ; Jacksonville :.Weat Palm Hoium.: ....._. I' vjPEMNSi'LAR
) 1 i f I1lfl1lfnl..tl..tll 4 04 a .. -- ............... 7 2H "H
l I I of the lu the varloui/ both ) II I 918p928p>> __..........Boynton .. .. V:
1
Moll C. BJa 1"
live weeks. Cliarlottton S. ways 4 . "i
In much (Calling at; u __._.... Delrjiy ...... ? .
jr ; Kiuixns City on wbowhi. thnt there Is a "::: 4 41 a rdaie-....., .. l"n
dlld The cattle urrlvnl in SAILINGS[ : _......-Tt.Laude ??
I, 014 2U for Hhllljh 11'. The puckers wl<1I'1'111111011/ l lu the soil: conditions< .... .... . . .. ... .. .. .SEMI-WEEKLV.. .. . ... . . . ... .. . .... . from Lewis Wharf, JacksonvilleClyde Boston 6 8 87 41))a a 10 1080 21 p p _-.-?..... Uallandnln.an1t, ................... .... 0 WilR Id' iB
Street
Juno i .. ..
xithbounil.ortbbouml Catherine ......,,.
( In .. . . . .. ... . from font of ._........ ?
.
I Ij Ijt + r i I found the cirniHH( 1 (>rt of late onHllugo I l lot than linn generally been nupponril. .. . .... . .. .. . . --- 6 RHa:10 4 0"lp .. ...... Lomon {'U, ............... .. 84 I a!,1
1.68Ja111Sp
k (two-yrur-uldM) of good, cjunllty. Tlioy! the Irrigated/ I rcgloiiH the soil U> ndnpt- Joints Line. 0 2ta 11 P Ar ....???............Mlitm I-.......!,... LT R-!a J a -
River
and little
were covered! with the right iiinouut of ed to thol'owth/ of alfalfa/ St. Dully

t I t t fat, tile lulus acre! t-xcolloiit, and the difficulty In experienced In obtaining,, (Denary Line.)) Kx.Bun.. ) HOMESTEAD tXTCN: :I0N.a..Lv I

,dlowl',1'Y, little agnate and BUI'ccsHl'ul stands. However, like other JA'JKSONVIU.K AND SANFOIU -

01 crtrcuxHPs ulfulfa suffers If from Improper BETWEEN: intermeillate UiulInUS ...... ..... Mlnmt ?.??.............
mnrkct.The (1)ftLandand) Arl--\
,r were salable! ruroiiSHi-H. lu any of HIP KnlHr corn lot plants methods of Irrigation thb soil becomes $topplnlt PaliUka, Actor St. Francis on the, Bcirenforil t.Joun'B Klvor. 8 00 a........... Ar ...?. .........Jlometitatiii.. ,............... _.

l loolidl like /uruHn: entile. They wornfairly too strongly,, Impregnated with alkali. STEAMER: "CITY OF .JACJSONVILI..B" ,yyyMty -;

well UoHhotl. but not well cover- Old alkali Holds may apparently wltbKtund I.euve Jaekumvllln. SiitiircUyK.TiiomlavnaniV. 'rtiurmln.Mi, III.. 23 No 2t'No.'' 19 No. 17,' No. U MAYPORT ORANCH. ko I: IDl?", 011I
+: l of nlkaU la ainiolnteil to mil wi follownt l Isave Hunlortl, Mon' lu>'", 11'uduesduysand Sunday.. Sunday Sunday Dally Da'" h.
i l cd with [II t. Tlioy wt"ro I'onslderpilonly coiiHldernbh quantities at 3:00: p. tu. Kttturnlntc: ut U-.VI: a. lu. h Sun Only Only.' Only. |ExSun -- -
Klliluyn
Ir ( II n onllnnry butch of cuttle.'i becniiHO the deep seated roots.. may be ----Nurth-; :Ituund _1 I---1 1 nLv .........Jnrkitnnvllln. ......... H no: ) 11 I",
from I a>!' II 41 i> 2 00 P 0 3oaVO| . ..... R 22.7, :!" IC,
of water .
la. not their supply BCIIEIt1Lli Itead lip. Ar ......80 Jiu-U.H"tivlllo
t OH
unload to quiillty drawing SUlltb-It..IIII.1 \I'\ SIM a! a
t .TJio best nn I i C M1. (Sip UUHp ........ Ar\\ ISIstd', "rI
jt1 , 'i there Is less alkali. Read duwiL --. .'::. ::::::::\..G'iiVe----: a. m. 240 i 1O 10 9 110 a" .....-.Palilo J"u.I1. .,
t With one ex- lower strntn where -- . . . . 00&i |I' 1 V4 |I' > .. ...... 7 45 n 11 l I
lt Kulncr. al
always the 11I'> .. . .. . . .:: : : J8eksmhvtlle .. N co tn.Le..ve 9 44 ft ......Atlnntlu D"'b. .
... IS '
I..v.. a 31) j)7) emir .. . . . .., .... . .. I..ve p. 1 41>t> 1 211 I'>!i 2 41: p 10 1 ,, ,, :1 ,
; nmrkct price waitocptlon .. .. .... . . . . . . .Pabttku .. 9 ::11 tn. 10 no\ a. Mnyynii"
1 P1 tlio liluliPHt lace It 4:1: I" al. .. . .. . .. .. . . . . Leave p. sty' 1'M. > (iQpio. aoa
i 11 Co. tho choice 3IX) a. UI. .. . . . .. .. . . ... Marc . .. .. . . . . . .. l.enve, 2 oOp.m
,tf r t, ; r ir placed by 1 Armour Ac on The KureMt lI.r* I... .. ..mews 43Ua.m. .... .. ..... . . .. . .. FIt. Franela Unhand) . . . . .. . . ... ..\.leave. l'MI' p. m. CONNECTIONS AT "+l.I.i: .
unlmuls.. In this teat the profit for the ..nave . ..... .... .. . ..I.ur.II"r.1 (I .. .) . . . .. . . .. .. J..ve IIIO..m.Anlve : . AND OCCIDENTAL STEAUSR'P
160 f.t'1, 1:. considerably 'The bureau of forestry states In 1\ ro- . . ...... .. .. . .... . 14Nntord' . . .. leave 10 on a. in. .
RJ/Ia.m.: .
..
In with one exception rrlve . . ... ..:nterprl.e. . .. .. --
1 'f .j feeder circular that work upon the forest 10:00.: .m. .. .... . . . .. .:.:::.:: -=- : -=-- -
: ceut
1 I J'' moro for the best gaIner than und Increasing op.portunlty Ticket Office I 122 W. Bay St.. Jacksonville. Made at Miami( with Steamships of the P&: 0. S. '30'' W(
It should bollf4l' reserves otters good Cen'l Passenger and Close Connection

H', :', ,;J I! for tliu choice nnlmiil. .. for 111011 of the right nuiib. ....... Iff WAMt liar. Bt..Iaoksonvllle. Fla. ; :' ,
j 1 tf noted however that the best gulnerawere" future organization: will\ Include r. M. tROVMOXOBR: JH., Aunt,',-wka no.. <>1'uvllle.Aict.C. P. LOVBLU Sui.eriutsiuHmt. Juuknouvllle.. HAVANA AND KEY IV: . -
and The Local
( also of excellent quality W. O. COOPhdJr: Frt.Altt. .locksonvllle. Fla.A. .
ut $ISO0 to ? ,(OtO) a runt HoitanHt. MII.VK, i en. Frt. A(t., Now York.
f flyG supervisors >B:
C'LV1
i > liiilmaU In respect ' forest Yaw York .
tbe101..e\ l'as. Ant. .
.
close to Oen'l Kant'n Itvnarul Agents s
stood to.
y t" tit $1- U. HAOKRTV WM. H CLVItK rt'idI.van>
a i ,, I \ to merit. year deputy forest supervisors TIIIA.U. KftKK Meneral' Unuicer., 19 State St.. Opponlte. Buttery, Park' New York. ThoHo Tlmo Tahlaashowthettmeeatwhichtrniramaybeevp. .. tMittbPlr arrlvitl or departurw. at tin ..,*. ,tii" i, iitDor ,' v.
at $1,20O ItiilliluiK unvernl atlnn. v
1 forest rangers Cliuwl>ru KU from the I )'iu'
lot' three- COO; ( to $1,700 Or&OYOODH"'IU'
' i , t! ;+ d'J The lot of cnlvr and the of forest rangers at C. 11. WALTON. Agent. Titus*ille. Via.) is this Company to bo held reftponitlbloforany}* -
( \ ttlfalfa cornchop to $1,400 deputy -' -' --
fed cut .
-old4 were -
r \ yoar ) and assistant/ forestrangers -- Inform ,'I'
cottonseed ti> $1,100 Other
and $1OOO TIME CAKD or
t chop LOCAL
\ KalHr corn For c.py of thq
y at $ii00 to $u00. The law requires "

t" I 1'l II t:,Jf ,' ''t f meal.Contrasting! two lots of two-year-old !thnt every applicant for u position Atlantic Coast Line R'y. "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.

k ; I service a ch'11service ST. AUQUSTIM
U.l steer, one lot fed with wmlliiKU' lu addition In the forest Legal puss residencelu J. 't>. RAHNER. Asst. Qen'l PMS. Azt..
und examination.
J !
1 r i' t to ulfulfil hay for roughness the Mayport (train" i III!
which for
11'1' thnt stato or territory lu employment : The schedule figures
100.
t I' without. It was noticed the Effective Juno 3,
1'Y W ttio other ... neces- Excursion ticketson has been changed (iiltlo')
generally Coach
t' 10O pounds of gain 471 Is desired Great Through; Car Line from Florida. omeutend Extension, an shown on above time-table,
for every The IClTiCt
\
'
\4
I and ">
:j pounds of enallngo saved IS pounds of liar)'. niile Tuesdays and Thursdays: in November.TO rains being put Into S61 vice between Jacksonville\ and Mayport
.'v'' 1 \;.: 'tl of alfalfa a saving ----- reduced to one train a day each \\'11e811111
and 150: pounds and Homestead being
q'I' grain Miami
I '' between
d': 1 I In Ono IayTake : ];A8'l'. Miami, n.
of C2.VJ( cents..;; also the ensilage To Cure a Cold Till thence returning leave Ilometttead 1 p. m., Arriving -

'I"" l, JI t I 'teer sold for 25 cent!' n hundredweight LAXATIVE: HUOMO QUININE Tab- Over Us own rnlU to Savannah:\. C'harloston, Richmond and Washington Miami 8 a. m., and schedule see any Agent of the Jo'. E. C. Uy., or foe p.]
i t 1 Inure than the others ThUmakes Druggists refund the money if it via the Pennsylvania Uallroiid. For correct

I \ 11 111 1iI\1 the 471 pounds of ensilage lots bilK to cure. IS.V.'. Orova'a signature card address the A. G. P. A.
,
,I i \
t .
; f\ "L worth 77.U2 vents, or at tle'Ilte of In each box. 20.:; lied Cross Tharmacy.GAUDEN TO TIIK 'YEST. The Mobile & Ohio It. 1{.

i, ." __ I l, St.2U: per ton. Average farm laud with The Louisville A Nashville via Montgomery.
: -
U ; d an \--e: rago reason will producu from 1.1.soutJiern Railway

twelve to fifteen tons of green corn per TO THU:: EAST VIA STnABISIIII'
l I Philadelclhla, IJos-
fuvornblo SNAPSHOTS for Now York,
f t14 ncro. tech bottom hllli111111"1' I t Via Savannah: and Oooan Steamship:\ Company and Baltimore. Via Savannah / -
conditlonM will produce from tweii- Norfolk Steamer: to New York, Washington 2), ItMM.
Il" with ton. VIa for Baltimore ao.ECTH.lAY
j Company
; ty to twenty-live tons per ncro. With Ainonu/ till ,string/ tenses those: and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon 10
Ml the host Philadelphia. WEST;
and AND
tho modest yield of ten ton per acre lip w it (I'oliired polls nrj Two Veetlbnle Tmtns Sant: Xo.3-11 No.20 1"OR'fR 'I',

g 41 : there la nn Income. according to the popular with ninny persot j becansolnott .... .T:" II 10.. T sap J".kHoUVtU". 1'111" I;:
.. 110 .
Ii HAVANA.Via I.v Iack..ooville.. Ry .. .. ItI
(
ubovo experiment, of $32.iO per ncre. nttntctlvt* In tine market and 011 TO KI3Y AVKST ,ANI LvJelul'..... ... . .. . . ... Il .kni' 11, asp. LvJexup Macun,0a.. Iii.. ..". . Iti I III.v i tAr
f shows that A Occidental S'enmsliip Company I\.v..uunh.. . .. .. . . . . 1 2np 12 lea Ar .. ... . .. .
statement the tll hh' Peninsvdar .. .. AI'untaaa t rt
The Onauoliil -- ------- (.olumbla.. .. .. . .. . S sap II alma .... . .
the ensilage steers made a protlt for Th white llamas, both dwarf stud tall -- ------- - -' Points Ar Charlotte. .... . ... . .. ".. 102Gp I1lIn..a ArHo"U.Arl..lt..n.I1a.. .. .. . 1 I).
for all ... . . .. . 11.11. 12 alp
while forKi'i'iMi Jacksonville Orooolo..ro. T".n.
head ilepetideuee
I feed consumed of $".10 per sorttire the chief Connection Made Ar Ar Danville ... ... ... .... ."' 221a. 2 lop( Ar Chattanooga' toAc i!
grade of steers on the same Gel!kl, l lieniK. .since mott. people! " N M1Nn aalp Ar Lexingunt I.Y r.-
I the sumo I Itlchmnnd.I .., _.. :..-: .! ..!- Ar'Inonunatly leAr
f, ) feed except ensilage lost $1.47 per object to colored Olle>l. lUII..I\U: :: TIC IC ITS.:: "+hAm bnrK . ...... .. .. J 34.12"1'. l'IaclnnalTIS I I '

,. tlexhed varieties ofiminpklni over 13IKX() miles of among the }i(tact.good I'tarlotte..vllle.. ... .. .. " II 1 an II all ArIucatiJ: II !lUi!! ,-. t n
Iwed.LI Tho deep\ yellow tickets .. " IIlOa/ 1111111' I 1
mileage I'
..
N Interchangeable . .. . . .
of wneldngton s
'Ar Chiclnnnti 0. :
f The ensilage acted as a regulator arc \preferred and are hostlargely the southern states, are on hale 1 by the principal agents. Hnltmiure .... " 11 ::11''" 11 Zap Lv ., ..
in Ar Ill
< appetizer In pill railroads C. L. or write, .. . . i4 .. I 41'' 2 Imp A. Cblca"n, I 1lArClacago,111. ) .
i tho liowelN. It was also an In till north while apply to agents of the A. I Ar Next Phdadelphlli. ..: \
.i j grown reservations and Information . . .. " 4 1ip: 6111m.: rv: I..clonti7ll. i., ''J
)
fed nellage For Ar NewYnrk. .. ..
and for these reason the steers the Mouth the IlChlp"nlon,1/ ktndi am Dlst. Pixsn. Agt.; \V. D. STARE, Trav. Pass Agt. " .. . .. I 1"n" I le
"
II
nOYI.STO
could be forced more than they FRANK l C. Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Xo."X..w york ROIl Florida ExrreRB. [.v(nclnnuti. O. I'Taml'
I' I- bent 1 gains from the cnsl- more\ popular. ,01.OI..d 1118: West Day st., Astor W. J. CUA1U,' (Oen'l. Pass Agent. Dally. Pullman. Drawing' R..mSlporlng.r. Fort ArToladn.41) .. ." i11b 1 1yn.
The :
I others. 'erdark .
; of the Tho oval Hlinped' and \ \ II. M I. EMERSON, Tralllo Manager. C. ''and J..ck80Ilvlll. to ew York. lIe.trolt.111'11.. I, ,C1nnatI j-'
.cI l logo occurred In the foro. part l so generally preferredtluxt WILMINGTON N. .Nn.3'1-"waahingtonahid' Florh'a' Llmlte.I.Car.Lv Clnol 0.. . . naB
yggplnntIs -
/ .
f feeding period. colored and long varietiesare ,. -- -- -. -- ally "ullm..o Drawing' Room 811't'1lnac Ar Plttnharrkaonvdle $' I'n::.;.:..:;: j IrLv
I $ loss $7.41 per head was the llnht to Now y..rk. C.umnnlltr7) . . 4h
''k The heaviest/ -

{ with the two-yenr-oids> fed Kalllr corn A seldom deep red seen.I'ololit positively essential EiEA.B:: <>..1JJ Through- "THE LAND OF TilE SKY" INo I 30 4v!'I.Pxin.t"u J..v..I.M.. .n I Iy." . ... I ?,,
1 roughness ItT.v
4 erovl"r for Is to set .. .. . .. ....So. lay 7 Nip Ar Um.vllls. Ky.
the producer .
feeding I In rhubarb If Lv.laek..n nne. fill' Mn,
that by .. Louln
The results show .. ... 12 14. Ar 8t. i.
Savannah tilL. .. . .... . . -- - - -
ii of nitrogenous! roughucss (like profitable prices Const'qul'l1t1rJ.le AIR LINE RAILWAY. ArblunihlaB.U. . .... ... .. .. .. .. 13 va. A nlnnlrminenh i ". IIIAI'
plenty micculonco (most stemmed\ sorts nre rarely'growu.Throat AhrvllloNC. .. . . . .. . ... 11It'1'' : .1o.on.Ala. ... I.
1 nlfalfii and plenty" of green Ar11nGNpringaN.C. . .. ... . .. 99PP AI' lemlIII.. H.
? t' ensilage: ) It Is .. .. .. Arianeaa'ItyMn" ,
i cheaply obtained/ In corn FOKSAVAVXAII Arhnnavllle.'renn.. . . . Seel
ilk Adonisvllle. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. .. ... 81141:1.: I\t--mlfI.-T8Im-- .. /n, '
',l PINES RICHMOND:- . ...... .. 4 sup HUt ..
t t CAMDEN, SOUTHERN Ar t.l..uht. .. ..... .. . "r I Il" Ark
COLUMBIA, ArClnolnnatl,0 ... .. ... . ?. ... ll.'lC: tllrw 'F::+

t'i' l t Coughs WASIIIXOTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK an!l llally Pullman Dravlnc licioni and. ventlbule No. 13_The trim, Fliiriiln thruiiKh;; I.lniii;Uv. std,'.-.

I Irl ]ntret' Sle<>i>in({ Car between Jacksonville unit man BlBeplnit\ Can,Jwkaon
Inrlnnati.Kznellant. No. 13-Pullman Drawing' I U\ !\\I'i:

in the throat; . Two Elegant Tiains Dally . between Jacksonville. Hirm'Kannaa .
A tickling Dialog Car Service City anti Color.i.lo Kpiv -

hoarseness at times; adeep Seaboard Mail.
Seaboard Express, .
ittheseare AKRIVAL8 AT JACKSONVILLE.From
breath irritates ; Luo"'M
1 Florida ,
1 New York Washington oto-No. "WanhliiKtun and q
of throat >r.'
features a Florida Ex|
,
Xo.:33: Waaliington and m
PULLMAN EQUIPMENT Frmn New York Wafiblniton,etc- ,
They're very deceptive MODERN From Cincinnati, All1e.III., etc-So 20, WaHbingtou. and Florida hutted! ,I'',

;'I''" Ii --, i, -lb, cough. and a cough mix ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through\ Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. From Chicago, Cincinnati. Atlanta etc.-No. 14, "Florida Limltoil"J. -


ill 1 aT'''' VEST OA1NEK: AMONO TUREK-YEXU-OLI ture won't cure them: and reservations call on any Agent O. IVCTSISL" Pass. Aft.,
STIO.1W. For Information Jackson'a
Thl + [Total: gixln, Clt2 pounds. ] You want something that Seaboard, or write: 108 West Bay St., .
-- -- ..'
possible to make rapid gains and at th< will heal the inflamed I'ass. Agt. S. C. BOY LSTON, Pass. Agt. ---'-- TAYLOhO.I'A "
time put the steers lu prltuo con- enrich the A. O. MACUONKLL) All t. Oen. S.II.IARUWICiCI.TN1Ya.htngtonii.C.. W. H.
membranes Oa.
Fame O. P. A- Atlanta.
I JACKSONVILLE, FI.ORlD.FOLEY'S \. BROOKS MUROAN, A,

t ;4 ditlonforunlrket Tlio results further. emphasize tin blood and tone up the - --- .--

s R1I superior and ,'co11t1l1Ic'nlue lover of :ulfalfihay. iloei'\ system .'. .'. .'. .'. EXPERIENCE BO YEARS'

corn "
Corn or Kulllr
J' Dot contain the nutrU-iitsi r iulrod b] Scott's Emulsionis

tho steer In securing! best results uu
+ '
I'' leas!!! the grnlu I'nllolIII supplemented 1 just such a remedy. 1 Cards and Invitations

with nitrogenous> concentrates like oil KIDNEY CURE Visiting

1t.. meal or cottoiiHi-csl meal) which U use. It 1 has wonderful healingand

&lilyeoltly.! nourishing power. TRAOC MARKSCOPYRIGHTS
? rt lnce alfalfa U Kiicti a splendid feed of Will cure any caso of Kidney DESIGNS
L/ the cause
Removes that is not A0.Anvnne.andinn .
roujlht't'f'"tsteor. disease
Ly ta a heavy ylcklor and a good whole or Bladder and ".... .,
I' 41 : Its (growth cannot be.urged tona ) the cough and the beyond the reach of medicine.GIVEN nulckly wrcrtant. ."u nkotrh, opiiiton free whether an
olveil I*pnvftnMf, pnl.ntftM'.. Cttmtnunlra.
II strongly nn economical producer system is given new UP TO OIC.: Invention tlo".n"'ly""nn".IiAIiCBOOK on tntimt -PR1XTED AT-

'' i 0 l id bee as as other classes of stock. strength and vigor ... .'. Io writeI I..I04:! .overt nyTuan lire troubled ant l'at f.-.nl. fur l.. .
I Alfalfa and ensilage, combined and bl.da..r aUactioa. I loct UwU nttn" wltho ji ch.nr.. In tbScientific .
+ hr F1 Invariable with a kidney .lel .fsllwlto
+ nlsh a feel that can almost / wa.oDablato to work. Three phr n '. Jlln rl\an.
&* for f u umfitSCOTT .. to die. Folortldnoy
t what tb< and wa. KT U up
matter help ma
h si be depended upon no Cure ..... recnmmeo.ted aDd the nnk wept... nrvett Mr.m.lalton't.ny.OentldnImoat. .
season Is. und when grain/ fall wll & BOtt'NE, cttmist. bottle irav; me great rettet.od after taking the A band.nmaly' "UtnutmtfNl' l. T.rm.ga" OFFICE

) too-1 condition end when ..oood bolt!*I wit enUraly cand. v'Mri tourmmnlb.$1.: rindbrad: n.w.d.et.ra JOB PRINTING

I ,,1't t jj! 1 I keep grain stock!Is available in will enable the feed I 409./1. Pear/ StrtH, Nero York Two Sl*.. 50 Cents and f 1.00 MUNN & Co 30'8---'. New fork THE ADVOCATE

'1 I ((1 q i 31r er to put vn'jlllllUl rapidly with a com. I ,soX. ttJ fl.OO, 4..YJnttirrt Real Cross Pharmacy. Braoctt o""' ... i obi r St.WuhiDvian.. Do C.;

purntlvely small ullovuu.of grain.

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COAST ADVOCATE SKPTEMBEB 22. 1905. 1i i



MIDSUMMER FLOWERS. .

JACKSONVILLE.: DAHLIA-CULTURE.- rinntH That Fill I'vrluU Oftfn llnroOff THE: .ALTON"

Late Plant lnr In l.rvfrrr*.l ">y MamrSucor llloomii.
HOTEL } ...nl FlorlXn. It norms to b*. understood by many
fESTMORELAND! PeetBJACKONV1tLLEFLA.. Contrary to the gout-nil, belief. Junior that after the early flow'rlupllllltil/ In
later Is the time to plant dahlia the barely Iwrder bate PIIHSIH! there Is
American plan. Centrally locateil. Just built and opened and us good results will bo had by n lack' of llioui) until the early fall .
as late us July 1 us ou the bat Cowering! specie begin.: 1110 1 not agreevlth
this 80a80n. Fine cooking and good table. Hot and Cold Water planting of JUlie Many 1't'oplt l bend, till the.f \ them but I say that there Is no SELF-LOCKING I

Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. All energy to plant duhltu rojts at the ear time but there may be an abundanceif ,
the dauber of latofrost hardy border from the
Mont moment after .bloom In the :
the door. Kates, >., to fei.fiO! day. from until lute autumn.
e. -eet oars pans per I Is past. This usually moans early days of spring;
16rs A. J. WALKER Proprietor. about the 15th ti> 3Otu of May. Soino Although many people use 1111-
few people try to get the roots plunteleven tmals to till In this I! Biipposed period I
. -.-- It'is nt all necessary.
eurller.Many lo not think
'he New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, Fl.On ..\.. of the most miceossful growers Take the months: of July and August; TACKZEBZ1OCK. ', ;
defer planting, & to us lute a date as possible nnda\ have such plants! an: hollyhocks ,. "
the American and European' Plan- for tin iwistni that )plants'" put In delphiniums!] utility of the
Under new mau:iitoronnt. Newlt' turulxlied aol rtMiovatnd. A pleasant the ground early start Into growth uiul phloxes' gtlllardliiH: \ henierocnllls, dig
l i tamlly homo. Halos: American Plan *:2,DO and :$.! :50; ; European, 5(cts> are well\ advanced by the time (Ito hot It.ills souse of the as UTS, campanulas,
) and up. All care form Uulon Station stop at the door. weather of July and August lurl"' .... I'oroopsU and fudbcckiask Kudbecklapurpurea
| II. W. JI.\ COCK. Proprietor. If this period Is ordinarily hot and theplants ( Is tl noble plant continuing : :.

pio' beautifully located KiveiHlilo Hotel at Gieuu Co\u; Springs, U under thoI lire on heavy soil the chance to bloom tho whole "eusun.nthenlba ?
I i stiniv management. lire Hint they will stop grow'Ing. nod Uolwayl Is n due mldsunimor bloomer.
(r- ?___ they never recovered afterward.Very ( 'iMitauroa luiicrocephnla Is 011or the
' muli.v disappointments' In growIn best ulniils: In (ho hardy. .Uordoiat this:
(I0W Hotel Windle JACK&ONVILLK: FLOKIDA. If tho dahlia are duo to planting too season 'hclone( lyonll ,Is, a One |plant
ION 10 East Forsjth Street parly The best BUCCCSH' I have ever coming: Into bloom III August. Lychnis.clialcadoiiUa

i of City ('Iool. airy looms ; Hrst-clatis appointments. The best had wits front plants put Into the ) has: h'n IIU till. brightflowers /( tlmo money and l lbor.\ It will
Center ; It saves
I ground on July 1 to July 4. says LeslieHudson at Hits soason. Is a now nnd gloat invention, as
\ #:J! to $2.:! .\>0 American plan house In the city. Open all tho year. European In the Garden: Maituzlue.' Of Then wo have tho llllums: such asa work horizontally, upside ..10.tI"I' at any angle It Is impossible\ for the ropo

$1 day one poison. Free bus from trains and steamships Near course lu an abnormally cool I and wet lira turn, si>t>closuui, 5th It'i1111111 and tiluiror attachment is used In tills do
plan, per and I lever ar rope)
the reverse bolds true, and the 111:1'111111\1.1111 lndlsi>ensable In the hardyborder to slip when locked no
all\ car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH: Prop season \ pltchorliuia hoist \low or und! lock the bond and it In 1mpossible
chances are that really early )plantedroots at tills time. Ilollopsls: ) vico. There Is only one lope to ,
will do better than late planted. Is a plant not to be forgotten, for the ropo ti> Jam or chafe, and l I he.... U nothing to got out of order
that liuve bleu stored In Kihlnops strictu. with its: steel blue,
Old roots!
\ MI:AIUt):BZI:, FLORIDA. tho cellar all tho whiter willl1I..ta\ out thlstlcllltp bends\: Is a good )plant forthis In this oiiglnal tackle block

shoots early in the sprliiK. But there season, tin well as ryngimn: (lin. Mny bo K'lIl\t .hUH'1I riltchaid it :Son's or at 1.1,AnvorATio, ofllce: TttimvIUe..

Is no nwesslty to plant them at ouoe. hum n and iimctlivstln\im. Splnt-a) lobataU '
' Of course they must be removed from : one uf the best of Hplm-as, coming
HE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA, 1ze ;;)zFloiUi( it1)na the cellar taken outdoors 1111I1lIltl\ ou I Into bloom in July 01'lltn..t.. \"',. ",'
the ground in a Khady place until they TI'lIoII1plitz'>I'1 blooms at this season
havo to be )put In the ground. I.nlepllllltl..l and Is one\ of the best hardy plants\ '
the Entice Year.
The only Hotel on Daytona Beach Open
roots-\\hlili nay bo whole of reCeIItinrotInetlout., Veronica' loiiglfollii -
clumps or divided. 80 that there Is n .subsessills. lilooiiM tit August and ,
It 1 'is a homelike hotel at a rrasotable \>1'lco. Electric lights and all modern tuber nod one eye to viult p'-eco: -eau Is the most. showy of the \erouicas,

I1veulencea. Sea food a specialty. Flint-class livery! In ('Qnneetlol1lth the bt not out ut Intervals of at \least tlueofeet. 11"III'\ nlso many others.-JohnV..

>td IJates $2.00 per day and upwards. Special weekly and by the season. Ten 1 Ixiiicini of ,\nlO'l'I t
Park Superintendents.THE'MODERN
11.\1 i:;\ grade furnished cottages on the beach in connection, with, the Hotel. Special (.cumin. (.Mntnl..ul.. ;

, {lentlon given to traveling men's comfort. Most oC the cantaloupes produced In GLADIOLUS. qJ'
Georgia are shipped. I I to northern mar
I;. J. HOLT, Proprietor. kets. Ciuitn loupes are very perlnhublo oiKivrriil ii )'irtii in ('..I..r .:"...ptIllllxrlo "

and mutt be shipped in rofrlwrntorcars. tiiUiiomi.llio SHOWS'd
The cars lire iced at tho nearest grua"ing! of Iho gla.llolus, whlili THIS
OLD SEAIJItEE1:, G001 >ALL, I-LA. (clog point and taken to the switch !for soinx tome WHS on tho wane\ It"isngiln THE FRONT
or Hiding where tho melons are to be taken: ten life and Is lu'ioiuhi. : ,'
loaded.'hwn tho cars unit loaded\ fur more jviiuil than ever bet'" o OF'TMEWALTON .
'' they tire taken Imto\ tho "Icing point ( Ins would nut w ''11,10'1', at this con 11
'he Seaside Inn DAYTON) ItKACII, FLA. and relent before leaving, for the lln'itdeallnatlun. ouo but KO(' tn! Hi-Ids of miiiletnhjbrl THESE ARE OUR

Olio or two subsequent I Is /grinui. by Aitbur Cowce, will .hlllt.li.ito PA T.. BLOCK PATENT LONG-
Men' Icings nt points alonir tho way must tin.' 'of tint moil woiidortul! ROLLER SCARING
Is now open for tho slimmer n, under the mauncenicnt of the owner also ho Hindu.-.S. II. 1.'lIltoll..t. hulk, tilttirul neeang4l; || lr":""nt < of! i"-- '" -
nOI ACE F. ISTF.'V An'!'. Jlinclsome and new, situated on Dnyt".a. .ulb enl\ . SHEAVES.KQOO '
vii e
the hotel, t.. .??,!<,..? !.? all .I..a .nnnnlnt.mnnMi.... ... with. lar R a.. all V.. .leave oat yoiii-s. 11U UKUl ( \
Bunch, IIIL'V. .M >* >*- H- --' - --' *'
ant rooms overlooking the ocean nnd opposite Koallng's Caalno and Pier. .\. .... Fr,xi> "Sci1.' 'I i onsin| of (the (it'olT! hyhil's. .
Terms moderate. are 111<'1'lIl1y.trowlI/ from division .11 \ .
The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Aster ; "' \
HORACE F. STEWAIIT, Owner and Manager;:; 1 but rulNlng theta from Heed la ,.'.tor" ,,?) ,
never know .' ",<
quite fasclnatlni, as you 1 -
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what you Imoolllg/ to have. All may ': ; ";f'J. IS'S
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be expected( equally UK gooil with the t t". " .
possibility of Home Improvements. The S alrl
North American, type, raised from seed :'
IE ALPINE COTTAGE TITUSVILM Jo'L mWA. -
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flowers iiiin-h later in the full and does : 'II

Now opened. Everything; at this boaiding-house; is new and up-to-date very well for mussing In..h.111.-1I1'I-
with reasonable rates. Good and polite at. r s.
juittlno' and service Ilrnt-cl.ms, bert GreeiiBinlth. _
tentlon. MRS: KATE MYERS: Manageress. ilrq-t

F. A. ].O:&: LEY, Assistant. It DrllKll" t.... G....... ... I

Klttlo Mice l-u'awhl'I'I'-I'hwllI! / << $&
EACOCK HOUSE TITIMVILLB:\ FLA. orous and prollllc' ; berries large,: conical J .
l I. souiewhiit flattened; dark red
First-clans); Board at Reasonable Kates. Restaurant and Retail Grocery 1 1onectlon. In often lighter; on one Hide; glossy beautiful
MKS.: M. L. PEACOCK Prop. linn; quality oxccllont. This Is

one of the I bent iiildseasuii HtrawberrleH
IHI/l'UOJU:: :N. C. of rei-eut iutroductlon. It may be classed )
with the fancy varieties.. which aro
the delight) ; of amateurs. It Is easilythe i

UILTMORK, N. C. peer' of Marshall, William Kelt and II Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
[enilworth Inn Niik Dinner In this rewpeit. It I 114 also
:sa.AU nicviixK.: CiKOlTP! HttlUll (LA1)nILUa.

11. 11. Ural .il' Canada 1 is the most sueccHsful -
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YKAR.: gl.KiKilus( hybrid IIKt In the .-.. .- -.- ----
win'Id. 'Iho cut Is taken from tho
EDGAR D. :SIOOUK, Proprietor Surer:\ Trophy slrulu. Country (..Jentluin -

i5feiJL? ii.v.vJrl&M / ii. the Kotu'cu. of tlio statements andliliutliitloi ,
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J \" YOKK. 'i* Iiyi.)iil4.hero ordinary given says qrmUty Unit h.nlioeu 'luthcxu I Ill I ttlil ll ul h ll ll i Illlllly' \, I II

l'I'/I"knlly/ eliminated. Tho
(ilmiKO of Oetn"locution the most Herl- IILI
!
Otis 11batacl< l > In (IIIl! way of tho eutcuhle I I /' IY III I 1 I ,
pel[ Marlborough cu.thHt.toii; of tbls flower, have by I '
/Y
I / I'' I AI I lI l//I I
I !proper lit'' I i.ig been nilucdl to thimlnliiiiim ) I I I I I
Broadway, :3ith( and :37th Streets Sew York. bud nt tlu HUIIIO time the
,tlo i of tho flowers have q'
Most ceu- lioiiuty and I l lII'
1 impletely Renovated and transformed In every department. ev
,111locllted hotel Broadway. ELECTRIC LIUIIT.S( and TELKI'UONK boon proporli mutely( lu-i'ouswl. Colors :
on I
KITTIK urea and comb.nations of: Miades hitherto -
In the house.
I try room
u JtOI'EAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath: rooms. Rates: $t.CO and up. a dlol.'o.t for the lioine garden, unknown in tills (lower 1..1. ve beensicured .
without bath. tJ: and upward with bath.. Parlor bedroom and bath $::1 where vigor, prolllrn! size and quell (l'Cpved: by stalim. blotches / .
pward. 1'ailor, two bedrooms and bath $5; and upward.SWEENEYTIERNEY ty count. It appears' likewise to, meet and delicate marUllig which defy the /
: HOTEL COMPANY; the critical I requirements' of tho com artist's. skill at reproduction. .
E. M. TIEUNEY Manager IJwrl'lulorOW'I'/ for It will till tho ,

-- ..- -- crates nU>ut as fast. as any of the market Klrflrrr I....... .; \
-- sorts and 1 with berries that will Tin time In.4 are when !It will net 'of' J,. \

-' sell for the Ijldiext/ prices. )pay to let lId! nn Imnls of KlefTrfponri ---' --- - - -----.. .__ \,1\\ III' \ : b '
/ -'/ Till f'8tltllllte.ml4. tx' high fur any [ liKiiuibor the ground If It IMS \. ; '

j ,rJ variety and no doubt ouch will lii, any value for' other PUI-IIOMCH. I hnvi" Tliesu longJJKoller Ileailog bludivep, which mo looked upon MIS the, M'rtl\tc\'r!

r found to be the Case In mnny localities, gnitilxd! out lilY old trees nnd am IM. antifriction\ roller bearing: In the world l. lire without cages to hold' tho roll
J. hut It H one of the varieties<< (hat everyone h iriilng; oth l-s tlJlltII'/ flftt-en tov in place, and therefore are fur mote durable and run with far Ion friction tba::
OttM ought* to text for himself say the ; 'I'i'i'ii: j-eun old and have born)
made wild double tbtralnjof
mnndlnjt
the The aheavu castings are >
horticulturist. of the Ohio experimentnation. lui.vy crops| In the pn-t. I I Khali rill" oUI-atyla cage. '
anal nil!! Hi" top leaving the mi i the skeleton Iron sheaves
--- Branches| from f.>)'II' to nix fret lorr.
with it 5nmiliituouut, of small tw ." <
.
Ie' { rrM I FRUIT AND FLOWER NOTES I ou t Intnl. They wilt soon form it n' .
THOUSANDS OKTIIKM: /HKM.INa' LV TItK; NK\V; KNOLAM:= : STATES
top of yoimyr\ ivoo.1, from which I hop-' .
Cultivate trees, and bushes, and apply to gt /it few 1(00.1 crop of fruit. If I _1'orjall kind of businesses where it Tackle Illook! l I. I'uni.-! -
woud ashes. nm illmiip3iiU-d: I shill take them nut
Cut out ulil and dend wont of bushes,, nail lluut> pining orchards; I mill think
train the rent and pinch out tips of there 14 profit In growing Drat claKleffiTS. .-; i
I young, daat4 wlieu two and a half feet but it U fliuiiKldl fully t'Igrew ,
I II Iilgli, so that they will luako compuctbU'hen [ .n big. crop\ i of poor fruit. We tin :Tin 2
next )'PU r. dortirke f') ,MIO for It und lose both the Walton Self-Locking Block Co
L. Tile big ( holes) arc t'l'nnlng. wrmlln. fruit owl tho work !bestowed upon ItCh"rl. .- ,
rtilthatliigiiiid watering. ... HIli" ". I
i hut some gludlo.us: In shrubbery .. BOMTON' M ASS.
,
401<< Atlantic Avenue' -
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The !< ut MU lla he
for late" Woj>tcml",?r fl >vtvn. .
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The suckering character of common -
Plant out house uxaleiis and rliododorxlroiM. -
IIIncK should Im born In mind when
I Plunge tile pots to the rim In
.. a bolltuI.I..I situation 011.1 l water of deciding on their JOt'II tloll. A ulend,
i neat little plant' this year will t)() a

iI I iI. ten.Take cuttluss of tbrysanlhemiimn for large clump| five ypiir li*>nce.; with n JOB PRINTING
I. November-; bloom In.loors. <1 III lIT' ter at "lao bum- or erltnp i four .
feet and nliidiint| cnpabllltles.' of fu-
Lift b -ruling or April Moomlag tulip
bulbs and tore In cellar to ripen. lure Increnx _

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEFCIEYSHONET Wbtn the outdoor rash I I. done repair lias Htooil the Test i:. Y ftrs. Executed at the office of the
grs'nbuuae bilvei and twt ebes, clean
The old original Onovc's T..teleCblllToolo. .
popes unit. toilers and make all Joints
.. -- .- -- ; You know what you are
-- tight tak I Dft. It U\ Iron and quloto* In a tasta-
TAR FOLEY3ILO1E TAR Pick yonn; po U dally and you will lees form. No our an pay !WtM. at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.JoAST .
here more ftowPI'IIGarll..n Magazine. Red Cross I'harmaev, Tltnuvllle. Kla.
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t h rf'HI'a.. Ffrfa..........+FM....4444Mtf..a..arfrf444af....4aitaf* TELL HUNTING TALES. his escape to the river. pEtr-t'f'E..x: ::: & : RA1: r: ,

"An alligator must be shot In the eye, ...
: We have been dealers in rtia. : :
AND
CLOTHIERS
THE FURNISHERSTitusville
E. M. Ilolman Kntcrtulnn Ae'nii lnli nce. or In the throat," said' Mr. Walton .

I monde and other precious atones From Florldn. "Any other pact of his hide will turna ::. -_ ::IT'J.or1d.a: )
trouble
much
Mr.\ Edwin M. Iloltnan Is entertaining rifle ball. Hut it isn't -

tr,; t y ************ ************:? since the establishment of our : Floi Ida friends at his home, 2 Dayton putting the ball Into bis eye, and ending Our XjOiVClOXJEt s


J: business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. J place. The r-artylncludes Mr. Charles from his career.man if An ho alligator has half a will chance get,away andisn't EDWIX CLAPP SHOES: MANHATTAN' SIURTS'I'I'To:\ l :-' )is lUs!
a
II. Walton editor of the EAST COAST
== : when be is CKObbKTT SHOES, E. A W. CALLARS, KS< >,\ I IIt( h '
== the middleman's profit except
We dangerous
5 save you ADVOCATE; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morganand It's the same with AND THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR TilE L.tl 1'1/, / '

p r I their little boy, Rosser, all of Tltuevllle brought to bay. -- ----- --


t : i 2fTCCn ; ? ({; .w' > I.......: FOR ounCATALUOITK. of Boston, and,Capt.formerly and of Mrs Titusvllle., J. O. Walton wildcats of Florida which,They are and plentiful which weigh can from be that 10 heard to section 13- up-todate The largest ready-made and most, <, ,,'", <,t.,n.:;:,Ot


R Mr. Holman Is keeping his touring car every night.; shown on the East ( '," ,.' I iii"n.,:
:: ferocious If cornered, [' >
dt\'Vt.t'C,6: ; IMmiCTKKS pounds, and are !
I visitors
busy, showing bis Interestingplaces price from $0 to$2J.:!:! '>ti

41 West Bny St. Jacksonville, Fhi.r 1_ : In the vicinity of Worcester, In but If they have n. chance to escape, they -
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***************************************************** return for the many favors he and Mrs. wilt Speaking do so. of the weather In Worcester Low Cut Shoes, mil i | , ?,, |I''J(II
( i Holman received during their annual Leather Canvas
Pent I u\ ,
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said It liD'
- -- Mr.( Walton re-
- yesterday: ,
iII I Ili Florida.
trips to
Viet Kid and Tennis
li II IN THE WHITE weather at homo ; rant 'n_ ? 'ltiv
MOUNTAINS. |
:R. I,. :Iv.COTLO"V'V' While In Titusville last winter, !Mr. minded him of the
for the Canvas ,
Is *l.i.! to 1 II 1? ", ,
Holman was a guest of Mr. Walton and during the winter months. January J rx' isIII ,1 t
win $o.rI<)
a A letter from the editor of the EAST the coldest] month of the year In Flori- ( Clapp
Mr. Morgan, and "spent' the ,greater: partof .
COAST AnvooArE!: who is the of month of blizzards
guest; with da, because It Is the!
Messrs. Anderson & Price, of the Mount his time hunting or fishing oneor which come to Florida from the north- Our line of high art, t tni:. >n i nude' tit,!

1(1 !: Pleasant Have Bretton Woods N. IL the other. tC9 the Ing; will stand the most u : n'i.ecik,
It ; I ::. : When the southerners reached llr.olmBn'lI west. There Is nothing stop the Only the latest and best lab i, s.ntetli.
says northwest wind from sweeping over
home they were more stiongly -
OLD 11YE The White Mountain, New Ilarap. than since State. For the last two winters there I its construction. The Uui t ''','-,,.,?,
reminded of home they
j shire, Is one of the few localities where have been cold spells, colder than the carefully studied and emlx) ,,> left the tropical land. Mr. Holman'sbilliard
r 1tYf WHISKY
tho primitive charms of Nature still prevail room Great damage was done to .. We ask your inspection I In annecti.
average.
Is tilled: with palms and
In her moods and the conditions with this department, n< ,"m .
; - -- varying a trip ferns which he brought from Florida, the orange crops. This year l aa
through the mountains I IK one not easily have not been favorable to the or- plete and up-to-date line tll i ., and scattered around the room are evidences v+ I ;
Forgotten.The the Stato, Mr. Furnishings. Shirts of tin i;"im.MaJi. ,
throughout
crop
of his with title and ange
latter end of the summer is in- prowess he has ticIICo'ityn hattan brand, lu Madras I < \."un
Walton said, judging by reports
I I shotgun. A dozen alligator skins hangon
deed lovely, and the humming of the the nails of them reachingfrom heard. As far as he has been able to Percales, In both negligee anil.mibno" ,
: some
i Insects and the rond lined with Darning hides observe the orange prop about Titus- effects Kail! A Wilson ( "I irs 6a
1' : Na ghats ceiling to floor, as many deer
acv and Stetson Hats. In fact .
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; toiches of golden; rod brings to mind couch and chairs are ville will be an excellent one. The pine' "'r\ IC%(
are spread on a '
'Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, some of Whlttier's exquisite' bits of covered with skins of various animals, apple crop Is also a. large one. prra) F or; to a well-dressed man- nin rob

I I Ales, Stout, Etc. veise. The autumn, with the gorgeous and wildcat of which 111 !Mr. Walton will leave Worcester this SCHLOSS BRO&( 0 Our line of neckwear Is iinu-ualli to
r.
l ' + 4i I KJf-Send! ::) me your orders! coloring of tho trees, Is a grand time to largely Holroan: coon several during, his last visitto week for a visit to the White Mountains.Mr. ) Fine Clothe8MGKer3atl.rA.e. < plete, In Strings, Ascots F''>iu-uihiK' :

r, .1 !, ) i TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. be in the White Mountains Tltusville.got Morgan !and family will return to .; -+ NCw ? t4. and also made up shapes All the at

t But claim that the lime colorings Suspenders ht<>. Umgi,. f,
I I some spring It would make the ears of a 'Vorcestel'hunter Titusville and will be accompanied by

'; J. R. WALKER & CO. which ushers In the mountain season, If tingle to hear the Florida men J\1\ r. Holman's, son, Albeit. Mr and Mrs. Mail otdcrs a specialty. derwear and Handkerchief All a<

equaled l by her sister season, cannot be and Mr. Holman recounting tales of Ilolman are planning; to start for Titus- stock and of the best grades _

TITUSVILLE, FLA. excelled. Nature has donned her garbof their experiences In the fields and waters ville the first week In October. !Mr. -I

virgin green; the air Is tilled' with the about Tltusville. The latter 'Is'towu a Ilolman has never gone,: until after the - -- -

sweetness of t the bloom of the wild cherry of nearly K;)011< > Inhabitants on .India Christmas holidays In other years, but N.......... ..................NNNm.....1.. +S

I, trees and the naked white limbs of river. The river 'Is practically an having given up his jewelry business on : F. A. MOIKIAN, lr 1' the birches are enveloped] a soft mans Front street, plans to make an early 2 '
and distant
r M' inlet of the ocean, only eight,: .
1,. 7 4 of verdure. Above a fringe; of evergreen miles from the sea. There Is no tide; start this year, and a longer stay. He .

A.. I trees the sharp peaks of the Presidential however, at Titusvllle, on account of a will remain in Flotilla until April Hevtlll

', y ( t Range lift their lofty heights to kiss tho_ narrows In the rivorfurther down, which ship his touring car to Titusvillo

horizon, the gorges;( and chasms In their prevents the tide coming up. In frontof and be with the automobile push on the i I RED -PHARMAC!

rugged. sides gleaming with white snow Titusville, the river Is seven miles East (Coast the coming winter.-Woices- ,

drifts which even the hot rays of the wide. According to the Florida: men, ter (Mass.) Telegram ''

sun fall to melt away. A soft, purplishblue It teems with many I kinds of fish, some O. -- I

haze envelops the hill tops, and of which are particularly fine flavored, .ANNOUNCEMtNTS. .
there scarcely enough breeze to stir TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
and others noted for their gameness:( J '

the trembling; leaves of the aspen trees. which furnish sport for the angler In For City Clerk. -,V Complete Stock of- i :

From all\ sides come glowing reportsof To the Citizens of Tituavlllo:
the height of the fishing season, a car.

the heavy September bookings at. the load of fish Is shipped! from Tltusville Having faithfully served the people of PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES i

f'' l I I l f l t "Our Perfection T ra, 7rmik." Mount Washington and Mount Pleasant every day. Titusville for the past two years In the i jJ

,1J 1'Y rI hotels. The "good; times" prevailing,: "said capacity of City Clerk and. Treasurer, I
i Linn tho Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale "It Is a paradiso for sportsmen, L '-Prescriptions Filled with the 1:
i cannot fall to Influence the season, and Editor_Walton to The Telegram man, hereby announce myself a candidate for _
A "
if -Call and see It- Utmost Care and Promptitude Wl
business men and families are promi- "either In fishing or hunting. Trout, re-election. Yoursl'esp"ctflllly. 2

nent among the season's) guusts. Many bats, bluefish and many other species of R. R. Pt t.ns. "
WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
I smaller hotels are open as well as tbe game fl.'h furnish tho angler with plenty ,
1 it Robbins & Graham Go target ones. The cottage,: colony In the
: for fun. Farther down
: of opportunity| For City niunhnl.

White Mountains Increases steadily year tarpon can be secured if a fltdiermnn To the Citizens of Titusyllle: i Etc\
Novelties Souvenirs
t I'' ? (Incorporated) after year, and has come to be an Important wants to go after the big fellows. I hereby announce myself ,a candidatefor Toys ,

+ PAID UP CAPITAL t3OOO.OOThllcompanyowns! factor In the social life at the ,
) j "But visiting sportsmen find more the offlce of City Marshal of Titus- I
t various resorts. New York Is. said to be '
t I time for hunting. Wild ducks feed at ville, and respectfully solicit the sup llruilin:
I more largely represented among the cottagers Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Pcrfumrn !
L A. N D S. the docks Titusvllle. They are safe port of all law abiding citizens. The I
than any other city, and as they Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles and all. other art ''A. krv
,
there Is law which has several 2 :
there, however, as a present encumbont at times
a the Indian Rives Country; On the St. are famed for their lavish entertaining,
I prevents the use of firearms within a appointed me as his deputy. If elected, by up-to-date drug stores. :

( I mole River; at New River and on Bay those who are so fortunate as to be included mile of the town, both on land and wa I promise to devote my full time to the I
t In house party may be sure of a ::rr-We i give prompt and careful attention to all mall ol' ( i'' Blscayne. Prices to suit the times. ter. The ducks ,seem to know It as well duties of the office, : :i

1 ; Send for Land List. "peifectly lovely time." as a human being. They swim right up Yours respectfully, .'....................................................
Bretton Woods, In the heart of WhiteMountains
6 ij to the docks and are not the least bit A.J. HlOOINUOIHAM. .
) Offices at Tltusvllle and. Miami Fla. olTers ono of the greatest attractions -

to the lovers of the grand alarmed. When persons are going out -------- ... ... .......................................
to shoot ducks they have to row throughflock \ WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENT.

East Coast Meat Market mountain scenery which prevails through after flock to get to the posts which :
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'' New Hampshire. The great stone face r.i i D.
mark the boundaries of the mile limit. The following wedding announcement +
+ near the Profile House Is something .
f'G.. F. DUREN Agent Tho ducks pay no attention to them, In has been received a6 this office: ...
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which Interests all, and tho care that Is :
given tho visitor by Messis. Anderson & fact, can almost be fed from the handon Editor' Kant Count Advocate : *: ,C;. L. Mandavllle, the Jeweler, is ready for ;
t=J::
the out. Near the boundaries
c=D c::. Price, of Hotel Ormond at the Mount way "\Ir. and Mrs. James Carnell announce 4- Business in his new location.
po d'n y3'a ducks will hustle to get closer to shore. *
.- -- Washington and !Mount Pleasant Houses the marriage of their daughter, Lucile .. .
CAc I have seen ducks, wounded outside the
po cannot be surpassed. The open obser- Edith, to Mrs. Lars Edward Bostrom, ::)
:: limit, swim as fast as they could to get *
popo vation can through Crawford. Notch, Wednesday September the twentieth,
inside. Sales roolU I Rapai[ shop.()Itlcal"arlor"
r; =:I afford delightful IIcenery'and offer to the nineteen hundred and five, Ormond, I I Ct I J I
"Several canals were out ,
years ago \IBH"nlo I'oetmceudlding
nllUcJlnlr.
I
_ $] tourlbt that pleasure In grandeur; which Florida. :
from the river to the ocean, which let
Is only found In that section. A drive The ADVOCATK takes special pleasure '
:: In the salt water and. thus destroyedmuch ***************************.*********************W'
_t oI_ from the Mount\ Washington or Mount in joining the many friends of these popular -
en
of the which In the
: Pleasant hotels] to the top of Mount\ grass grew young people of Ormond, In best
r. <<'1:> has decreased
: coves. The number of ducks
CA- t-=:> Willard, commanding the Crawford since that time. Before those wishes that their path through,: life may E. L. BRY dZ : 3RO.i

I Notch, Is one of the most Impressive individual be strewn with 'flowers.Mr. .
TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA.E. canals were cut, the river was black with .s IN-
views to be found, The Anderson -
. .. - --- ducks. There Is a large number at TltiKvllle HAY PRODUCEWe r.
it Price hotels at Bretton Woods, R. W. Joyner returned, last GROCERIES GRAIN AND AND ALL FOOD
but not as ,
: now,
A. MORGAN opened In July, and better accommodations every year night from several months spent in FKuriUZt!
as there used to be when the grass handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents; for NAPES
'. many .
.4 cannot be secured anywhere inNew (Georgia. We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade. of, il1 com"
In the
HEALER INE Hampshire Here one llnds hunting grew coves. ers. Write UH for prices on drain and all Groceries, delivered at youi nation.
"Quail shooting Is a pleasure compared .1 FLA.
fishing and good golf links, while Cleaning an( 1'ressliig. E. L. IIRADV fe: I1RO. TITUSVILLK
to shooting In this section of the
= = tho amusements at the Mount Washington All work done up]i-to-date. Call and
country. We have no hills and ruggedtraveling \
BICYCLES = and Mount Pleasant hotels are with ,: such as northern sportsmen see me. Andrew GI bsou, at the Parlor .A.c;.<>1VE: : CQ.Dealer ...

out end. Barber Wa ihlngton
run against. Everywhere the country Shop, on ; avenue.
Messrs. Anderson A Price certainly ,
Is flat as a floor. Quail are plentiful. In- ,
have two fine hotels, and their employees nr- OLD NEWS PAPERS for Sale AS'

i Wheels Hold, Rented nnd Repaired.Knamelluganil are a 10ntlel11anly.otof mono Among I think five a minutes man could during average the a day quail If every he Cheap, at this office. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES, HAY, GRAIN, FRUIT

r Repairing a Specialty the office stall of the Mount Washington,: PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
to We have law which
set out
j a hotel are the following; Win. S. Kenney try. a TITUSVILLE FLOKUWai /,.
ii permits a bag of 23: only for each person Door -
chief room clerk; Charles Hoot,
t 1' -8 hop) next door to,Uakory- each day. Tourists and some of the natives -
mall clerk r Walter Small, front clerk;
took such large bags that the law
*; 'I Edward MoAnlloy, night clerk; H. K. R. Walker
( limiting the number to 25 a day was andvInlOW
; J. L. MO1JLEY Smith, cashier; J. I). Masury, assistant
passed. I have seen men coming In day
cashier, Also Miss Emma Hall, stenographer. -- Dealer In -
E TITUSVILLE, FLA. after day with i>0! and 1\11\ ) quail each. Staple acid: :: Fancy GroceriesFruits :

l t ii ;, Contracts for all kind of minting Kal- The staff of the Mount Pleasant House "Wild turkey bunting Is Indulged In,

1 < i somtnlng, Staining, .'Inlshloland) PaperHanging includes: I). J. Trudeau, chief clerk; but not to such an extent as it was, as aITogata: b1c e a
.t at the moat reasonable
.+ ?I , consistent with good workmanship.price E. (>, Brown, cashier; Bernard Powers, the turkeys are not as plentiful. Deer Frames :E3ay., G-rsLlza.: and F2e
months
Is permitted for four
front clerk; Paul>l\vls, nightclerkM.!; ; hunting

i ;, All Work on the East Coast Anna W. Dalton Owens,, telegraph stenographer.operator The; post-Miss ID la the the year vicinity, and of many Titus fine deer each are killed year. '"V"... cAre ,.e '"+serlasting TITUSVILLE. -Your_Patronage_ Solicited_ FLORIO.\, _


Especially\ The Indians still hunt them and bag
office !it looked after by Mrs. II. W. -- -- -

Lot me know what and pet my Chesley and !Mrs Kiith! Cime. Frank large; numbers The deer are smaller a source of ev, trouble if FACTOIlY.
Prompt INDIAN
i ; estimate on it. attention Sheridan Is head porter, and Thu.H. Kennedy than the deer which are found In New they are not mad e right. We have RIVER ICE
"t given to all work.
bend! bellui ,n. England. special machinery I,for' making them, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
"Some of the tourists rind fun hunting Special I I auee-
1 and make them right t. We make them ti prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. .
t, ri I The alligators, which are not hard to li my mtw
EVesey Hall Clyde Line. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair deaiing
r r : XX XX rind. Here's an Instance," said Mr. better and cheaper ,hen they can bee ...
I I t Fla.'I T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor.
Georglana,
!l Get your Clyde Line ticket from Walton, showing a copy of his paper, made by hand. --

Y'c: : LLt EJ'U.:1J.: : Larw4 the agent at Titusvllle. Do not Ail to which was sent him since he left Titus "

take tbe steamer, when going North vllle The paper bad a short Item about 541k, eI' a+aER ADYOCAfiFOR ?

for New Motor. nlllgstor\ crawling behind some barre SEND
1 Agent Superior CHAt H. WALTOX:! an ; YOUR ORDERS TO THE

; Have h. p. on hand; call and see It. Titusvllle, Fla. !. on tbe piazza of a store and being EAST COAST LUHBf: & SUPPLY CO. .

l J ') Estimate and prices furnished on found asleep there the next day. lie '

? b ; i application. The ADVOCATK: prints all local news. was routed out and allowed to make EAT GALL.IE, FLA. . ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTINGI


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