Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00418
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: September 29, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00418
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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Our Stock: N 1 Contirletc.EVERY'TiIINO Dice and HO.P4 Fine heuso. State particulars. Address In Tltusvlllo all the
NEWS ing There being no services The ADVOOATK U on (file at
OCAL :a f-2:!
for 'all wear for Men Our Fall and Winter Stock Is all in J. KichaidH, Lakeside, Ohio. on Sunday \last, quite a number of the best hotels In New York city.

of moral Interest. which Is by far the most P. J. Hall has erected\ a poopleoftho town took advantage ,
Topics Our stock Is now and opened up, Contractor young along the East Coast
and Boys now ready. Where to stop
and side of and enjoyed
:Men's the south of the opportunity,
with all that complete stock nf up-to-date neat metal awning on hotels. and boarding houses
complete. brimming over $00:: list of
centilino and Furnlnhiogs, that building.TIIK themselves on the Deem beach.
notice ads are ten All the Boys' Clothing: the Masonic
1 Reading Is new for the coming season. Tltusvllle.SchloHs of :Mr. and !III'". on Tth pilgeR.ChI'I8 .
before shown In ON One party,
this page Shirts was ever
on now styles in Suits, Overcoats, BEST: DIETLANTKRNS Woodward I. of the Peacock
Made Cloth- Prltchard, Miss !Mildred Peacock\ owner
subscribe for the ADVO' be foundon Brothers Ready Co.'s 1). 11 :
Jion, Hats and Caps, will niaiket nt Wagoner &
you Hosiery, boaided Dado ,
not coat and Mr. (i. J.. Mandnvlllo, Inn at Cooonnut Grove,
the year, It does you beyond Ing, $'(00 to *1S.OO.( ,
t by The prices! are
B cent per week, postage included. our tables. We Paragon Ready :Made Pants, f I l.5() to -Mrs. I). R. rrltchal'llleft Tltusvlllo. tho Nellie May, In charge of Capt Fla., died: on Saturday. Sept. SJrd. He
competition, considering weeks', visit with and wont to Chester Shoals, In health for more than
THE ADVOCATE, stand back of. .8,011. Wednesday, for a two Peacock, had been failing

il.50 per annum, In advance. sell only goods. we to cau cheapness but the Knox, Stetson and Houser, Soft and Mrs. 1) W. Monroe at lienton,near Lake where they spent the day, and, enjoyed a year
Nothing: pertains
f ,j:; six: months, countries.IADVOCATKS Stiff Hats, *1.50( to 5.00.: City, Fla. I the ulna surf bathing !\II'. Allen Alnsllo. of the Ocean House
Lot per an. to foreign price. Crossett "nIlOIllhern: Birmingham J. I'. Wilson and wife, headed of
| of Mr.
When are in our neighborhood, Edwin Clapp, -Mr.( and :Mrs. .1. T. Cox, Swampscott, Mutes, on tho closing

for sale at the Reds a stop in and yon see the styles for Pall even Fine Shoes, $1.50 to $!)(!.,r>0. Ala., will arrive In Miami in a few another Iarty"hleh weut t,) Klondyke, the house, wont on a visit. among his

Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.Jr. if you are not ready to buy, Or, better Manhattan Quaker City, Montank days: to be the guests of :Mr. and Mrs.S. where they enjoyed tho bathing and plc- people In Canada, enjoying a mnohnefJIle.1
hid Shirts Loa to $:1 00. Tenth stioot, on tho beach. This party was
busy on winter and Majestic: Vnnlandingham on
is now of O.
. F. It Boye still, take an Inventory your rest.
wood for the TI. requirements Schwab Clothing Co., Boy's readymade make protracted stay hero.Miami .- composed of Mr. unit Mrw. J. P. Wilson,
furnish tbe what and
and your may New
act to clothes, see returned from
Suits $1.50 to Wilson 1"IIUttlu son, Rush, Mr. Louis Cole has
suits and pants. Mrs. B. R.
silo Electric Light Co. will be, and come and let us sup I !Metropolis.WE be In the office of
$10.00( l'antlllio.() to $:i.nn.Boys' KXCLUSIVF. Mrs. 'I'heo.IIckeusand daughter, MissLuhl York, and will again
the county :
3XTI3TUY: -SEE DR. FEIGEL. ply your wants No store withgood Shoes, Hats and Caps. Shoos, ARK NOW Cream McGutro! Misses Kate, /andle and the Hotel! Biscay, Miami, the coming
fit out Hilt more
'Ia In butter position to you for the with
Porn, to :Mr. and Mrs. U. R. Chau- clothes than our store. $I.So .o $::1 00. lI.\tlllio() to $:t.OO.() Caps, served Agents plain or frozen. Ued Cross Frankle Stewart, Miss Ethel Wilson and season Mr. Cole Is quite popular

|, of West Tltusville, on Wednesday,, Choice single and don le.breaBted 25o. to ".>c. Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.We \ MesHrs. George: White and George John- the traveling public.

ember 27th, a daughter.HEMBER suits miide of Stylish Cashmeres, Fancy; We also carry at all times, complete son.. They went In the Outing, which The popular Florida House, St. Augustine -

OUR BARGAINS IN Worsteds, and (Chevolts at prices ranging: stock of Ladies, Misses!\ and lutants FineShoes wonder If all law our launch which owners require Is now propelled by a :a p, h. Palmer will open on August nth, a

from fl.OO to the finest Queen are posted on the on I no. mado the necessary
s having
). force
Red Cross Pharmacy.Mrs. from $.110 to IfiO.Ol:! and whistle? large
ap. them to have side l lights returned about dusk that UK
Our Young Men's Suits, all jarticuUrly Quality, $:1.50.( Both parties opening proprarttons. It presents

E. W. Hall returned, the latter for the particular young man, Any and everything that men and The government Inspector may drop evening, and repoitod a most enjoyable lI comfortable and Inviting appearance

of last week, from a visit with her adapted; we havo It, the very latest; down here, and those that do not rome made It a popular
J800 to $1500.Children's; boys day. ___________ which has always
Mr. Geo. B. Hall and family at : style. We buy the best (hat money can up to the regulations are subject a the tourist
Suits from $l.r>0 to 1050. I -MMS| Maggie Collins retiirnnd, on retreat for
ked In figures, fine of two hundred l dollars.
sUan. All goods ucar
buy. New
JOHN. R. WAr.tD'PCO.: Wednesday, from n weeks' visit to Hotel, Miami, under tho
The Blscnyno
Attorney Joe Sears, Supeilntondentubllo TIIK LAKIIK IlllICK 8TOHK: strictly one price to all. BEST: ELGIN CREAMERY AND FOX: Smyrna and. Daytona Beach management of Mine Host Salem -

for Osceola coun- PloilcU.. MAIL ORDERS: A SPECIALTY.PKNMCY River Butter at Wagoner;: & Co's. popular
Instruction Tltiisvllle, -Hon. Tom Watson, of Georgia, has Graham, will open on Oct. 13th, it

vIsHimmee, and one of the Anvo- & BHANNINO, County Commissioner. K. A. Conk. purchased the t.:b McCrey plane, about month earlier than In former years.
subscrlbois Is In town Horn to Mr. and Mrs J. M. O.-iban UP-TO-DATK MKN': ANn BoYs'CI.or11161tt
valued Tltusvlllo the for tho work on
h's: ling, of Tlllman\ was In two miles from Fort Lauderdale, Mr Graham Is also pushing
2Jnd I 1)05, a
Friday morning Sept. : AM> KUKNISIlK.lt" ,
on week. He came up to confer home. Hall hotel,which
fly first of the 12iOO: for a winter the mammoth Halcyon

Mrs.: T. Blake Walker, of Jackson- fine girl. Tltusvillo, Fla. with Superintendent::! Prevatt relative to REGULAR 10CT. HOAP!: -NOW 5CTS. he expects to open to the public by Jan.

arrived In Tltusvllle, on Friday -Mr. J. T. Knox, who has been as- the planting of the fall crop on the Poor for'tOptR.. Rod Cross 1st. .
of Cocoa stopped cake 3
for a visit with her parents, IiIBtlngII'!\ It. II. Howard, In the express -MUs Flossie Taylor, Farm Ho( I. expected, to return to Tl per ; Mass. Mr.
the in Tltusvllle Saturday night. She Pharmacy, Tltusvllle At Hotel! Asplnwall, Lenox, ,
for pastweek make
and Mrs. James Prltchard. Mrs.ker's ollice at Tltusvlllo tusville again this afternoon to
t. Sunday was on her way to Mlms, where she I return.oil O. I>. Soavey/: proprietor of the popular
many Tltusvllle\ friends are paid New Smyrna a visit further nrrangement11' Deputy Clerk O, A, Stewart, Fla.. ,
opened the public school on Monday Wadnnsday where Magnolia hotel. Magnolia Springs
sed to see her here again; PR. C. C. FEIUEL: WILL BE HEltK: Fi.OUIII -: Andrew Froncher, who has been from Fort Pierce, FulU, In the paid tribute to the memory of the martyred
XTED-LARGE TARPON FISH for three weeks commencing Oct. ttli. TRY KAUFFMAN'S IDEAL spending the summer at his old home In he went to Instruct of president, William McKinley, by

.lies, live wild animals, and! alllgantors. If In need of dental work, HCO htm. for sale by Wagoner: % Co. Germany, returned to his home at '1'1- duties of his olllco, during the term arranging for a commemorative concert,

Frank '1'. Budge and children, This Is the Circuit Court. ofThursday
Whltney'sAllgatorFarm.St. -Miss Frankie Stewart, the young -IIJrs. tusvllle, on Wednesday nlglit. which was given on the evening

iigustine, Fla. 'n.:! daughter County Clerk and Mrs. A. who have been visiting Mrs. Budge's the first time Mr. Froscher has been to -Dr. C. C. Felgol, of "j'ltnsvlllEIlIlt Sept. 14th, by the house or-

and daughter, A. Stewart expects to leave Titusvillu, parents, Capt. and Mrs. James 1'ritch- his old>1 home since coming to this coun- Fort Pierce, who huts been In Ins old chestra. The program, was carefully selected

Mrs.who E. have L. been Brady spending the sum- to-morrow, for St. Augustine: where she ard, In Titusvllln. expect to leave fortheir try, Home forty years ago, and he enjoyed 'home at Owenolioro: Ky., for month, and fittingly rendered. This

lie, home In Miami, this afternoon. visit Immensely on his annual vacation, will leave forth a purpletiedcard
C. Catholic con his or so, set on
N. Joseph's
St. prof.traDwall
\ at Camden, S. C., Ashevllle, will re-enter Dr.
Hardee and wife there on Oct. Urd: for Tltusvlllo. tho portrait of the late)
Gardner S. AND
-lIon. bearing
with relative near Chattanooga, Vent TOMATO, CABBAGK, 1'J<:rl'l'lt ,

bn., returned to their home In Titus -Miss Mildred Woodward, who has prominent residents, of and well knownin Celery plants for sale. Call at Wagoner Feigel has been here for the for itself past two president.

c,on Tuesday. They Were both greatpcncfltted : been visiting her friend, Mrs. D. B. business and uncial. circles, of Rock- A\ Co's. for prices, etc soars, and his work speaks On Tuesday evening at The Mount

by their outing. Pritchard for the past week, left, onWednesday ledge, Fla., are visiting the city and arepleasantly SIX MILLION GEORGIA BRICK Forsale -:Mr. A. K. MoMulIen, who managed Pleasant the masquerade of the employees -

and chll- for the home of her parents, located at the Duval.-Jack. Brick and a hotel nt Fort 1'lorco, last winter, was caused lots of fuu. All Brotton
and! Sirs. O. M. Dykes Bust Red Building ,
-Mr, De- sonville Metropolis, Sept :!;)tb. Mr. ; of $5.10: and rendered
at rubbed
and Mrs Wm. M.Woodward; sandbagged, turned out and the alTixlr was
for Tltnaville, Mr. Smooth Uniform, Rod Stretcher Woods ,
| left this morning: Select, ,
from it
nnd Hardue returning ofi
Mrs were unconscious tho greater part for the benefit
be Land. I Wire ex: It was given
they will visit several days Brick for Fronts. at my very merry.
visit to Georgia and Tennessee. the llrst of thin
the one night of the house
returning to their home In Miami. OUR 'ALL LINK OF NOVELTIES penile for lowest cash. delivered, prices night, who of one former employee
TEETH EXAMINED Miami. Mr. MoMullon, recent
nlo here they were tile guests of Mrs has arrived. Come early and get: your HAVE YOUR to any point In Florida, In car lots. week at said who Is now seriously 111. Some
of New FREE by Dr C. C. Felgel. All work orders' was able to be out next morning, arrivals at this house from Boston wn.yare
KOs' mother, Mrs. Craig, choice. Fine line of genuine Japanese Am prepared now to fill large
guaranteed.Mrs. the attack was evidently for the purpose L. and maid,
made Mrs. Herbert
Keconl. the boat brick now
|!.'I\stlne.-St. Augustine ware. Red Cross Pharmacy. quickly for
of robbery. ioxter'I.. Mills! Mr and Mrs. H.
A lot of furniture arrived in Tltus- F. Goldsmith I\nllIttie son, Wm. :M. Brown and daughter, In Georgia I Mrs
Mrs. Frederlo -
1). Bliss
last consigned to E. L.fuly of Tltusville, but Miss Louise, und son, Master: Mark, who E. N. JKI.KH, Manufacturer, TOMATO, CABIIAGK, I'EPPEIl AND Usher, Jr., Dr. Georgo ,
:; formerly '
|Saturday Benjamin, the with .l7-l lt Macon, Go. Celery plants for sale. Call at Wagoner W, Bliss, !\Irll.Uannl' T. Bliss, Capt.
& Bro., for. Mr. Wm. 1'1'1 ollie, now of Fort Pierce, who have been have beon spending! summer and his brother Mr. Chas.II .

l u, with Mrs.! Prindle, will arrive here spending the summer at Ashevllle, N. C., relatives Connecticut, sailed from New -l'tIr. Frank Webber loaves tonight for & Co's. for prices, eto. J. O. Walton, Tltusvllle Fla.,

put November 1st. Mr. Prlmlle has in the Interest of 111 ra' Goldsmith's York on Friday last, as stated In last Jacksonville, where he will be married I -111, J. A. Collins, mall clerk on tho Walton, of ,

|shipped a launch In the care of E. I.,. health, and which has been greatly Improved week's ADVOCATE, and arrived at their Wednesday night, to Miss Bertha Christine I Tltusvllle-Hanford: branch, Is now enJoyIng Hotel Ormond opens this year on January

dy & liro., which he will use during! by the outing and change, were Tltusvllle home on Monday. They were Lambdln, of that city. Mr. Weber his vacation, from Hept. 20th to Oct. Dili, just a good time to escape the

> winter on his fishing and hunting southbound passengers onfrllllY\ ; last, met in Jacksonville by Mr. Wm. M. will be joined at Tltusvllle by his mother 11th. His place Is being held by Mr. O. rigors of winter after the enjoyment of

ps- en route home.TOIATO Brown, who accompanied them home. who will accompany him and attendat W. Smith, of Jacksonville. Mr. Collins the Holidays. With the lino new addition .

solicit AND number of Courtenay residents the ceremony. Thursday Mr.Webber will\ spend his) vacation at Jacksonville, of last year and all the Improvements
K WANT l.nll'S-We': your CABBAGE PEPPKR -Quite a
1 will bring hi* bride to Miami. They and Daytona, an the pOlltn.lauthorltlell not the leiLsof\; which Is the
'"nslgnments of Limes, or will buy plants for sale. Call at Wagoner were In Titusvllle, Sunday, coming ... St. Augustine
Celery at Rev, ana Mrs W. R. the river by train the Or.
with In the Hiawatha Among them will nave rooms will not permit his leavingthe crossing of ,
hem Communicate etc over ,
outright. & Co's. for prices,
board with Mrs. Williamson (deal. Bretton
and of
AMERICAN PRODUCE were, Mr. and Mrs R. B. LaRoche, W. Stantons, State, on account of the danger; mond U practically
u' atones.
Webber left Tltusvllle, C. Miami: Metropolis, 25th.Tlie : and drivers will be found
Mm. M. E. Avenue returning. Woods horses
LaRoche upon
Jacksonville, Fla. 2-J-2U: F. LaKocbe and wife, Mrs. It. J. being

ft'OMPANV, Tuesday, for Jacksonville, to attend the F. A. and James B. LaRoche, arrival of Mr. George; von T.. Commissioner J. F. 1ooten, there to pilot one over the womlerful

-Mr: 'has.; II. Walton, the editor of marriage/ of her son, Mr. Frank 1[. Webber to to Russia Is anticipated Cotjnty scenic drives and down the far famed
and Ernest Same They came over Meyer, Ambassador northbound en-route
I'1 had been upending which occurred was a passenger, and the
AKVOCATE, who to Miss Bertha Lambdlo, stretch of hostel Surf bathing
friends In Boston
the LaKoche boys off on their his
see by many Jacksonville the tint of the week
dek'ltfully to ,
)", past two or three weeks most at 3 m. on Wednesday Mrs. pool, golf, tennis another;
to left St. Petersburg
LaRoche for he
to school, Mr. F. A. going and Hamilton, lie went there to buy a horse, wagon,
'\ at the Mount Pleasant house, Webber returned, Wednesday night, accompanied door amusements are quite as pop.
the Citadel Military School, at Charleston !- last week, and will join Mrs. Meyer and harness and farming Implltnents for the out
flilte managed by those Webber and his bride, mountains.
Mountains Mr. In the
by ular at Ormond as
A K. C.,and Mr. James B. LaRoche the Misses Julia and Alice Meyer, at Poor Farm. Ills purchases; arrived In
pular hotel men-Messrs. Anderson remained la Tltusville Thursday, Ormond is a winter paradise.
who School noar' all will return to Truly
going to the Episcopal ; Hamilton, whence Tltusvllle Wednesday. The horse Is a ,
Hotel Or-
ice| managers of the famous taking the afternoon train for Miami, L.
"M Ormond, Fla.; left for Boston, on I. where they with make their future home Sanford. Russia together./ Mr George von of fine looking 1 Iron gray, and the wagon Is Wanted a l'uriilsli Ionic.
Meyer, will be recognized: by many the Vehicle & Harness Co., which
outlay. Kitchen Safes::! and Cupboards, $::5.73 op. from -
| September 30th, at 3:10:) readers as a member of Canaveral
-On Saturday flu cents to |7.0. Matting' our speaks for 'Iuallty.-Thoir ad. can be Tltusvllle wanted
who have Rugs, A furnished house
Mr. and Mr. II. )[. Flager Workers"will
'co summering at The kfountWashing o'clock, tbd childrllns"Williog 1 lot of (0), cent prints, special A cents Club, TitiMvllIe. found on the Ills page of this paper. for the winter;about four to live months.
the Baptist
White Morn have a rally meeting at Fibre Chair Seats, Bowls and Pitchers, Mr. Wooton was Instructed to buy the Must have not less than three bod-rooms
>n Ladllcr"
| uotel In the famous Mrs. Waugh will have a pro C"IJeN8
,ins of New Hampshire, have gone: to for all who are willing to Palls, Umbrella Holders. .. best and! lava good drinking water. Answer

1 eir New York home, as Mrs. Flagler gram prepared child In Tltusvllle Is Clothing Hampers, Baskets, Pins, Tubs Cypress ladders, !light/ and strong. I> ntlatry. giving full description of house and tarnishing
take part. Every FURNITURE DRY GOODS SHOES.CHAS. : loots foot for length of 11
',Id the editor of the ADVOCATE that It jabbatu school will hold Price, per and price..
invited. The A. UAat>*iK, TITUSVII.LK, FLA. feet Rod under. I.. BEIMIK
C. :
f" White Mounttins ,
cold In
Its rally, -- Lumber\ Supply Co.,
East: Coast ; N. J,
condll Adalphla
for Mr. Flagler. Blizzard Interested Is invited to be ea his coming to 'lltusvlllu, fur Oct. IHli, Box: U. ,
Mt.Vashlngtoo Everyone and Heater 5-2/ Eau Oallle, VIa.Orange --------
l+> prevailed at the summit of Tour church needs you.Mule Sloven' Ilangex" remaining about three weeks. --

one day last .week with a present. Take Notice tOne
drove For Hule.t ---"-
'"-mile-an-hour gale, and the thermomf for Hale. Our line of Stoves, Ranges and Heaterscan DANCE NOTICE. of the handsomest places on Mur-

f at 18 above zero will sell valuable at Bona- "
not be beal..n.Our my grove rltt Island, known a. "I'heVlgwalD,

-- -- A good mule for sale. Inquire of O. K. Prince Stove from fa.oto venture, Fla., four miles south of Rock- The regular weekly dance has been belonging to Mr. Eva J. Blair, of. New
Orange Trees for "2" ADVOCATE Office 1I1.0O: and our O. K. Queen Stove from ledge, (formerly the Col. Travis' Grove.) resumed at the Tltusvllle Opera (house, York, Is for sale or rent, furnished. A

Choice varieties of orange and kum- $11.00 to 119.00, are the best that can be I' Tract contains about H"i; acres, twenty.two and will be held I on Wedti"nd.iy evenings,li lia. ten room cottage, with launch house,

"i,,1 at trees. Address, F. C. COCHHASK, Registration Notice. purchased for tbe money. They can not of which are In grove; nearly all heretofore. new laundry, all newly painted1 and

Inference: : Welaka, Fla. b4t equalled-they are the perfection of bearing, and 11.1110 good shape. Present three acres In grove Mrs. Blair has

Almost any business man 90 East Coast Tbe registration books of the town ofTltuavme the stove manufacturing art. We expect -i crop 2/100 boxes Good buildings, lllacksmltli and Hliop. just spent several hundred dollars In
In the State soil the n-I the place In perfect repair, lay-
-- --- will be opened at the store of a carload of these stoves this week. est garden 1 patting
flower beds l break water
out ,
Shot Guns-si I kinds-s large line goIng beat. 000 feet front on Indian River
Furnished Cottage. John R. Walker k Co., on Monday, September and board walks all round the house
25th.: Books will close 10 days from .:;.00 to'->5.00.: Apply to John Frey on premises, or If you want a new wagon, or an oil\ .o that any one wanting a lovely winteror

For Rent Capt. J.O. Walton's furn- of town election. Rifle from 83.00 to $6. address, Jon Kexwo, one repaired, write me. I pay freightone all-year-round home will do well to
>bed South No to the day '
bed cottage: In Tltusville. prior R. P.. I'TLSI, JAI. PRITCHABD A SoX, 1220: Market Street, way. J. D. Ea!: arts, out this article out for reference.
table linen cutlery.
J or
Titusvllle Fla Address L. W. BLAIH Merrill Fla.
Fla. Philadelphia, Pa. ,
CHAS. U. WALTOW.Tltusville Town Clerk and Registration Officer. ,


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ww I 1 rI Free and dad [':11 1''';..- lx-cai( : (uu nrmivl camp. The infamous General Weyler the Standard Electric Company

Fiume had been hnmhUil and wanted "bntcher" of Cuba has been appointedto

M Accepted ,, /,, g Masons. ri-vei'vtc(I. while her eoin.tu-ior; was rlelerinlned a cabinet office In Spain. Perhaps

/ not to l I.e taught; napping. Spain is expecting a wave of discontent a Jacksonville Florida.

? 4 .. ." )1& ..JUI'\II'| : hleveueiits. : hove been murveluiis among the masses ut home and Is getting ,

f' -/ No., 00 .. but In tlx Hin.vt.icle( there U umen.ice. ready to bold the "11"" down.CnrlnmHIm - -- --
Indian ", '.i\.c."
V " It.a young: nation by taking ;:
FI ''' 'V' . ... w ia FRED E. GIL
River A Tltulvl1le.J.odge. thought" und getting/ busy can rise to In lli Nf BRUT'

,' x Hiii'h helgbtH In a day all nations must' At n recent llonil ,exhibition at Bad "
} Florida. ,) )
Kreu/.n.ich. Jerman.v. :Ul.ono rose
# ? HnliU. ltaeenngethexerond. nod fourth Weilnomliiy bo ready I'repiireclness' will now beth bushed were on view, Among': the curiosities -.4."U.1on..o; bl1es-... ':
1 of eurh month, u' their room In tho unlverHul wutchw urd. Ueriuuuy I Is \
(, Court Molina ritu Ille, at 7:JO: u'oloi-k |I'. in. alert. Recently Lord Hubs were green "roses nnd a bush to paint your house W w w --

M. B.Sanm, Wurahiiifnl WaxMr.K. of course that' had roses of thro"! colors some with .e State Agent t i ,"
o'I" p 4 A. Morgan Senior Warden.K. warned (Ir
A. Loaluy Junior Wanton. I1l11lpl/I..1/ that she get ready Frauce Of.DH, AUTOCAKis and 1 Kit" ( 1'. , ,
J. M. l>lxon TraaMiirflr.
r ; }lit''II 111 i J. I..Cnrriithar t S,pr...rnry. has never ceased to remember the full -- -- - Lucas'Paints -MOTOIi BOATS AND STATIONARY EXCJINI--_
( J.K. Walker !le"lor 1"'Hn.
{ AL E. hiiKllHli. Junior UHIICOII.U. down aim made In 1870 and IMS been The Irt- ntlil.. Tlrrm.An .
the mock lu the South . .
H. Walton.RoldorStewanl. tj the desirability of the use 01 -'I keep
+, A. A.Stewart, Junior Htewuril. training, equipping and remodeling Batteries, Coils, Djnntnon, J Lamps, Horns. Write 01, uPilces.
7 A. 1 L. I I'">,nrun, Clnipluln. =Now" that the ally who counted upon hcrippled the wide tires there fun be no question. 11 Mull orders receive prompt attention
,, M. A. Stewart, Tyler. The most casual observation will
1 } ,;, J, I). KnnlK' ActluirTvtpr.Win. << die will be the more alert West Street JACKs:: \ I''
1I 1i I.. : H. AtcParliiml: :: MarNhd.v : everywhere there are Indications that suffice to convince any one of the d.imn (Tinted Gloss) 37 41 Fomyth ,1.
v i i "o which a heavily laden11 wagon
big armaments will bo bigger and that equipped., with the onllnnry .sharp, than with other paints.They're .

(>Itl>Klt OF KASTKHN: STAIC.Krl the military spirit will bo fostered so rounded<
,1 l s II ,...n '4M I M t In the Atanoiiln" l. {' i first and third, ruemlnyi In aiich "innnrli HITMOw. ,: better
wide tlt'L'S-lIItDIP'
1, ( tn. The following are the oHIuuri of the. -- --- gained by the use spread go

I ,, Chxptarok : No American Paste Diamonds.Tho ly the Increased hauling capacity at.talne. farther look handsomer I

k l' MINI! Kuto Stewart, W. M. of the Manufacturing .... them from biting and giving
F. A. .. "" W. 1'. editor _- last longer. to keep you YOll fever
)N 1 t I Mr F. A. Mnrtau;: Annciclate .M.Mrt. Jeweler! Sir. Walter B. Front recently
t H. K. Wllmin Horretary.Mrfl. Your painter ought Protect the babiesIt -
s I r r '' I .if. KlhiQ TroaHiirer.Mrn.J . took up the pen to refute the common Camille Fhimiu.'irlon: tho French astronomer -

t (',M. JXncin"Ham. ( oiKlnatrPHn.Minn AHH>"clate. Con.Minn notion that Imitation diamonds are would prolnbly' Und It much w to know i it. I f h e keeps them off I

A f .leeNln| Nastier, Ruth. 'manufactured In large juantitles lu Mistier<< to get:: the \;oi'ld to accept with doesn't tell him to ask
t Mr .Ooo. W. Huol>lu, A" ". merchant.
Ask druggist or
S? MrII..1.L.arrIittlerq.Martha.MrMM.A.M'\ : !this country out of paste and quart/ alacrity! that now mleialur( of Ida If be his dealer. your your

Ow. .M.'Robbins"",,", ,Klnnu.O. fuirlwr.Mrn. . lie Maya. : would, only Insert! two or threw October

t !.$ + If. Walton Warder. No Imitation diamonds whatever are duys In everyveek. of the summer John Lucas & CoPhiladelphia

I.. I'' l .1.111.. )t. Walker."Ixu", BiinriiiHl.J. Mumlial.. made In this country. They uro all manufactured months( Con.S'\Ltc.l.SrS: : !
J.LC rrutherMChapla/n| / In Europe, where labor Is very _
n I Imitation. stones .
und probably
h cheap A "ftitmiiKSummnh -. :light.
y which nova ground facets never will bo

tq R'' !r manufactured here make as them the American HO expensive labor Do' keer Is what de lovln'you 14"Y.time- Hold! by TJIM. l rltclinr l .V;; Son Your: .. .:ttten..tiOJl.: Pleace :
i t+ THE.eitruiiiiouit. cost Night Is alliiH. pearl nn' prime TlttiHville, I'ln
aa to be prohibitive. There are some
tin .hl '.
pressed 1 atones made here but these are Bettnh We sell Groceries at WHOLESAllI
/ confined to atones without facets No Dough de day; Is sweet un' Rood, :you

; TIaIMN or made out of quarts with the Bird.aln"ln' fine, 'f II E -
rp ;, f D'f' IN rhE i Ur exception atones are of a very few which are cut In Pined "- niPllln', In de wood- Prices. 'V rite for our Price List, Great]
b f 1 1 i ?y F Colorado und other tourist localities, and Hut de nIght Is mine.

R DY (ATE ; these ,are of value simply. UM souvenirs RIvah whlspeiln. "Howdy do?" HASBROUCKMOTOR. money saver.
The Imitation stones mode of strum
Ez It hvi
pass you ;
.4 which Is only a higher quality of trlnss
Moon a-lookln down nt youVlnkln' ,
.444 are much auperlor to anything/ which .
\ on do slv.FYotfs
i I I ,2h-r. 'I could be cut out of quartz( n-cioakln f'om de I'on', The Enterprise Grocery Co

tI Incidentally; :: Frost sayw that them SlnKln' bass dey 111)), STARTS EASIER, RUSS STEADIER
yl An' you listen. 'wn)' heyon' ,)
1 In no middle ground In diamonds. A GIVEs GKEATEU EFFTCIENI'YIltid I.
Ii' white atone H either a diamond of 01' man whlppo'wlll.Hush 1 7 Bridge St.

high value or It Is not n diamond aDdIs ip, honey; tele mv han.'l\ uses/ .T-ncli'oiollyjlle.: 13lct.ida.
Muk'. yo' footsteps llcht. -LESS (HASOLl ,E -
4 worth nothing us n gem. Imitation Somep'n' kin' o' hoi's de Ian' per Horse

stones nro made in Europe out of glass On a snmnnih nlrtrht.Somop .
'n' dot n"vnhlPO'1I/ I'ower" than any other Kntrlno: ( made.

((5F'\(1' and are mounted In tide country and An' you nevah you hveuhs. We continually demonstrate tbls.Commeiclal & Co.Jill
( \ the solo value In the product U the ln-' But you foals It In do brppze P. Ruh.lna.azi < .
r .
( for put upou them and the material Bomep n' nigh to teuhs.
sizes S to 300) Horse Tower.Special .
used for Betting. Somep'n' nigh to teuhs? Put'K ..>. Light Mph Speed. sizes from, : Washington fet. ) NEW YOUIC
But hit's rlfh to smiles.An' U3 h1l'1'RY Street J r X. Y.
{ ijiMTniurn.J.ick .. 20 to 2":>0) horse Power.
k you fool It. yon /iro
.tl London's new hook. "Tlte A Shakeup In Our Consular Service. Down de -.,hlnl,,' miles.

; I On mo," I N sold: to 1 ln> replete, wlUl the One of the mutters! which Secretary Tek my han', my little dove:
4; ; I of State Hoot may be expected to take Hush an' come erway, Benj. W. Jerome Oranges Pineapplesand
1 111 ,rn "truto Incident"hl<'li proven HU uttractive Sumrmih Is de time fu' love; ,
lu bund when he has made himself familiar -
I J I In literature. Commenting Nighttime beats de day. STATE AGENT,
with tho state department machinery -Paul Laurence Dunbar In August Ontury. -
I p l l I I upon' Ibis., the critic! of tin 14)ldon'I'd- WEST I'Al.M BEACH, FLORIDA.AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA4A. Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
I n! the consular service
L. !
< t pgrnpliv. t'oiirtupy, mtyn:
I 1 has been lu need of reform. Things - - - --- -
long ----- -
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I cannot do bl'1,,'r than quote the man represent several of tho largest shippers in your State, and wish ci' '"epreteill
ly words of Tom Hnc.lion: "It In. no good happened when Sir. hoot watt secretary I

}I Hii for Junkers or iny other bedv< of men to of war, and there Is. room for his aggressive ....- to you also. Give us a trial, shipment. Established 30 ;years
uplift their volte uKiilnnt. HtchtlnK. Human ..
methods .. .
and thoroughgoing : .
r nuttiru In too strong for them, iiml -- -
thoy do not follow their own prouopts. lu hid new department. Tho lute secretary = ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE = tSTAHLISHED 1870.

j Il Every Bnul of them In doing hi* own piece was a model of putleiico und a -- ----
1, of fighting' come-how or Hoinvvthoro. The ...
1}+; ; world might l Ion u liciuir world without paragon of formality In dealing with --

fltfhtlnu. for unjthin I know, but Itwoiildn other departments of government and M. Lane & Son
L l 't hit our world and thmruforo I
i ,
In his und It would beBtrango ,
t. am iluiiU against rr.Minc pence when thereIn managing own BATES
no pence. and Imi't meunt to be. I am If there are not some dry bones LUDDEN &

i na carry UK any man to rue folk lighting snugly/ enscoiK'ed In vary corners. ... 230; WASHIXGTON1 STREET NEW YORK.
the wrong pcoi.lo and tilts wrens thing,/ ,
but l'
1 l thun that they should. have no light In than: It used 1 to be und bus been itcently Southern Fruit and Product
{k them." And 1..MO I Huy tjiut "The Hume. ," authoritiesUK PIANO
I by English
pronounced CLUBi
,. ai by Jack London N it ituoil, .hnult.. and well
worth reiiiliinf even though Ita hero bu a the very. bent In tho world. But ...

i ) 1 prize flKhtrr amt I Ira theme' often considered there. Is room for Improvement In the ...
below the dignity of literature. Commicsiori:: : : : :t-Aercha.c.: : ts.
The the New C
1 system If not in the personnel. = Introducing and Advertising
; Tim question!!! may Itl l rulsod whetherthu ... !
system Is always In touch with the
ii1t 1 ndmlrt'iM of tills clu.m of l lunik urn FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY..
t world and the only view foreigners = Scale 8400 Lucldcii & Bates Piano i- :
4 not the fry ones wIlli luuo no tight
can take Is that It represents the UnIt-
In them niul take It out III reading ... Stencils, Cards anti our quotations furnished on application
ed. States' WilY of doing/ business.. Ad to Club Members at = -::=
Jtf ik about It. Soldiers take delight\ la the ----
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ministrations policies come and go ...
lonientlo. ronuuioe \\heiu tlit>y lltnl\ llfo ...
( but the consular. system stands fast
tI the very i>in"mlle. of what It Is with Hodges <& O'Hara
There Is a consular reform bill now In ,
r kl them\ In I Ilio llelil.! If lover of realism 3 $287.
the pigeonhole of congress. Mr. Rootlllly
...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
in books lire of tho .splrltk'Hn kind( whonever
y unearth that or even draft one of 5.
J in list or" ti> face. It In 4 Roujrhan
up courage

1 '' life the leiullnvc of BtrenuoiM literature his premises own! It He his will I'ormlllg do something bund hOB in not the = Pay $10.00 at Joining, then $3.00 a Month, 8 Per Cent Interest. : Dressed
n" { Is not for them; \ nil Inspiration. but a ...
i! lost Its! cunning.Illffttwny I Orango Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable!/ Crates :Mouldings, Shingles, etc.
it mental .11>.1411111 tlOIl.! = rianos Uellvmed. at Depot tor Shipment an Noun rat delivered
,,. Wills and office located at Buffalo Bluff Fla. Write us for prices
r 1 w f I -- Roads should' receive.eo..a"constant atten = Application In Accepted. Quarterly or leanly i: to any part of the State. Address; Hodges A O'llara, Buffalo Blutl. Flt I

t 1 i l.omloii'n. Ancient Wall. tion. This Is the most. economical I nnd = Payments can" be Arranged to Suit Crop andOther 5-
; Doubt> U. HoinetlineH! eJre".l!, whether
sutlsfnctory! system of making repairs: ... Conditions. WE WANT EVERY GROrERIN !
+ the foundation of modern strutturos .*- Uepalrs should. be made not once n .

a long built enough at enormous' to Justify! cent. will tho endure Investment. year wear or appear.twice Special but as attention soon as signs\1M needed of The New Scale $$400 Ludden THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS !

yN, I l If properly built they will In early spring and early full' as nt "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida Crop

last for thousand. of yours, J jllllglllir those two periods much can be done to I "FI.ORIHA ORANGES."-A book of special Interest to Orange (bowers

;j from tho dlMeoverleM! Horde la the oxena prepare the roads for the ensuing season "FLORIDA STRAWBERRIES."-Booklet on "Soil, Vailetles, ,'dpvailuland

+ t \ lions for the renovation hi London. of particularly severe condition & Bates Piano Fertilization."
tt -- --- --- JU.!
t' ,, A liortlou of tho wall which was. built "IRISH POTATOES."-Booklet on "Soil, Seed Planting; and Cultl,1111111
If Peary does raise Amertciiu flag! ...
$, } nrouiul I old Loiiiloti by the Romans In ... feet of Fertilizers, Digging> and Shipping
over the polar regionso nhall have aflne
j now bring dt'atl'oyrd. The part which place to send ,Nome of our politicians. = GANN9T BE DUPLICATED ELSEWF\ERE FOR ltICUESS \. = "riXEAlTLK FKUTILIXEIIS. special Interest to Pineapple Gioaera"IDEAL

II'' 1 f rya has liet i I'kid\ bare Is seven feet' la The governor generalship", of the : THAN DOUBLE THE CLUB PRICE OF $257. = FER'fH.I7.ERUook showing all our different JJiandt. ..tnalldlPrice

i ; i height ami lull u tlilcknesa. of <'lglit and ... Etc.
would be Ideal
north pole uu Job for
4' a half feet 1\1"llIbollt tll'ty feet of its ... the asking
some people.! p. New and revised editions of tbe above Just published sent tree
.t I 'U( I length has. been exposed.. :
I.1. 1 i Tho Koninii wail Is founded ou gray- By the use of the two ferry steamersenrlug = LcWe have. them immediate delivery. Call and Bee them, or = WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

..I. and\ at the bottom, \ Is n eourwe of (,completion Nagasaki/ Jupn, : K not convenient to call, write for Booklet II, which will give full In- = JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.

1 Hints and rl.iy. I'pon three are built tho entire Japanese railroad system ... formation. They lire especially ad.iptcd to this climate. :
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d i1t. two Infers of stout burned tiles of = = --
p lip will be brought Into 'close connection The iicale U an near scientifically correct an possible In piano bullding .
rt the Uotnnii pattern, anti th nl'ODIt'II 1 IF YOU WANT A.
!.1 with the Korean system and through = -evenly balanced which U responsible for' its wonderful tone-tbe = ..
dressed. Thetiles
rough/ masonry. that with Manchurlan:: nnd Siberian = soul of the piano Double repeating! action the touch U light and :
; and., the alternate. In the
masonry roads, HO' that \\ben the short gap be ... easy Very attractive case' design In Fancy Mahogany, Walnut and i

Il 'l seven feet of the wall's. height/ them tWI"11YlJu ntitl I.laoyung Is tilled. "sIt = English Oak, Those who have examined the Now Scale; $400 I.ud.len : Lot
f three courses of ,each hold together .Building
fill 1 are that It : noon will be. n traveler can mnkb the : Bates, say they are the best $lOt) values In the South. The profession = .. ;
width I Is HO Una
j l by) cement Journey\ from London to Tokyo with tell\ ns they have the tone of Grand.. They look like $:>OO pianos. .. I
blunt. the tools of tin workmen who +
c : scarcely twelve hours on the water :: and Hound like them The books for the Club are now open RE. :

i n T, 11 ; are cndeuvuilng! to destroy It. Through Evidently, the .laps. are getting repay : MEMBER the Club limited to one hundred and 11our\ Stores will = or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPAXCY.LAXD ,
+ out the nel;:hboiliivMl! this wall servos!
for the Umws of pt'nci"Drums GROVE _
"piping. take memberships. ADDRESSLudden 5. FOR AN ORANGE ,
: & ,
as the foundation for modern buildings. ."'AKD
T The otllces\ adjoining tho excavations ... .
t been discarded from tbeFrench -
now Complicated. by the wall's prPsP ... We probably have for sale Just what you are seeking.
fill army, but it Is dltlk-ult to see 4 p. "I IOU arc
I core are In part suppt.rtetl. on It. Settlers are Hocking In but still there U. room.
: l how any war business\ can lu curriedon .

}t t I I ---- -- without t'.xMii.: How for Instance & Bates S. M. H. looking tbls way, drop a line to
"} UI..r..t Not lu Slgtit. .
r I \'aI111 retreat 1.(' ('ellPII'1111 to think JAS. E. 3rdViCe.rre.lient.FLORIDA
q ; A decrease- the military or navalfutabllsuuient ,
of war literut'vo without drummer boy .
itr of the world l powers ieIlt' R'T
heroes! : HI and 13: Julia Streets : \
' not to bo expected now that a great E. F1FOLEYSlONEYT -
I, i war hm, developed new (vans. We The scaudal, In the 1 bureau itf irnp reports = Jacksonville Florida :

r { I Judge the future by tbe punt. After tends to strengthen the general ...

1 I i'' tho I'Vaiico-rnixslun war there was a'' impression that the Wall street broker ... TAR f iEnKIDmY

i ( Keueral overhauling. by nil the nations i S. the farmer's wont enemy. .rrrrrrrnrrnVVVVVYrrrrrrrrrrnrVVVVVVrVVVVV V.rrr far clltI.ctr.", e.c.. ....... J.piat{ .e Makes KldalJ. aad Budd'"
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I It Is no uncommon thing to tiec a HUMAN SALAMANDER. rt'Julllll.JI'pU.'... .\.1 1 v .c.io.i. : liiii

> 3ional Curds GENERAL DIRECTORY. I MANNERS}\ OF MEXICO\ boy of three or four years nnioklncigarette A I'lIrt->I' It wi I < ln----"ii:I;' ed, tt.:. young\{/

-- : *. Large quantities of cigar' 'the Story of Jnnot of the Mntlt and man.on Hie .1,1111| .1 .'.
I.'. 8. 8E ATOR8. BECKONINGWITH are consumed there but the elgarett the I'Uniiemr N..I..I....... I KI;: 11 yeai'.s lateM.iri.ial: I .1 U 19,1 wasilcc.'i'a
EO. M. BOBBINS, J. P.Tallaierro.. .. . . . .. . .. .. JacKnonvlll A NICE DISTINCTION IN smoke. :Mexicans! lire nfliidny '
Diiy thel.c
8. R. Mallory. . . . . . . .. .. . reiumon!... THE HAND.Kllqnrtte Is the national It WII'I wiirni e911u'r. i : with th1 glMii c. i >s of
not given nuich! to pipe smoking.' Thpriests ,' th,' I-Yeiii'li noldlors hud I pushoiltliolr I -.0.1 Ill 11.>>11":' ',ty the l--"i-or: NapoltMju
l" 8. CONCJRK88MEX.Frank
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR (Clark. . . . .. .. . . . .. .. .I..k..rlty.. -- '.rtlniIlrtwvvn lire reputed to be ImbltiMl snuitakers !! I liiittorlos nearer mid l nearer toward \ : ... t'l'iiulc K.: .. iuum.in In St. Nicholas. .
of tirevtlnir .u.1 l not tntrtsiiiCfltIyili He 0111 till now oii!
AT-LAW. $ M. Sparkman Tamp and are tho hcHloKod. town II
Wi,,: II, Lainar:::::::. :::::::::::. ::. Monxlrel; : : Frlriiiln Th. Custom Ii. the Ptrvcts smoking cigarettes.! In rould look out from I hehlud tin l>rensl-. _ _
and United State
|I practice In State U. 8. LANu UFFICK.H.S. Street 1..tln.Tb. Hul of thClKKrvtte t-Iiort the smoking h.tblt Is not tber works mid iiliituly/ HOO tho 1'iioos of tin'Austrian '. 1'.11"(1 tlnVlrliniMi I'lntii.An .

(Court. Chubb . .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. . .Reiclntl! Oil.l Funenil CM.|OIU.. considered disreputable\ In tiny ''''):1'''''. IK they Mtiick to nntlii' wlng, sayn
W. u. U..I>I..olI... . . .. . . . . .. .KerelvnOttlcBB iirtllli-v.viiHMi\ tht'Vlek. .. plum I needs, I pollcnlzliifr.and .
: Office at TITUSVILI.K, FLA.L. at Gainesville Florida.. To an .merlon Ilioro ore BOIUO' pccullur '- It Is customary. fut'11('" to !lift thel tliolr glints with Ki'hu dt>rniliii\tlou Huil !so for that I
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.Napoleon pluiiWM In the inimtiors of :Moxl hats' m u funeral procession \passo : ."-11 t thflr shots ityhiK I Into thv Kiviiul! he reci Ked

OAULDEN, : H. Hrnwartl . .. . . .. .. . ..0.", ...nor. to. '''ll<'u txH-konliiK to H person thMoxlfiiu through/ the xtreet. and the custom I IKenertilly I. I furls.In Climax, October l'urplp or tho
H. Crawford . .Soeretarvof State. all I I chi.sse. 'N.l ructeilfol'tM June.PAINFULPERIODS.
>V.: Clay V. Knott. . . .: : : :, :: : : . .: . .'Treasure : : extends Ills. baud pnhu down / I observed among/ :. I I out of tlioio littlimud coiMt
V ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, W. II. Kills . . .. . . . . .Attorney-Uener. nml jrlvcn It n downward mid inwnn Many: men chiefly<< of the peon I clnsraise a) > II Hlllllll (Ilirty Of 1'I'l'llcll HOldlt'l'H.liuilor .

L ill practice In all the Conn of the statDorUla ... Alonxo It K. Mrl.ln.I'.,Croom, .. .........'('"in i;,i;';'i'l;: : l. ):::: C'.I|> liiKtciul of holdliiK the piilni upward tlll'll'tuN\ \\ tit'II they: pusschurclp ..1 I the ('t dill hIll till uf a forpoi'iil L wen1luixlly '

and the United Htates ConrtH. W. M 1. I lloliownt . . .. Hupt. rutillo I Inxtructloi II ii,1 giving It 1111 upward and inward ur meet a l'I'I."t.t.Mexlciui 1 \ i'lIg.IIt..1. lit rcturuliitf till> lln 01
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J.C'Inriird It. AdjiitaiitOeiiernitohn _
Fonter to I lac'luuvh ;
1I0s.233. TITU3VILLK FLA. n Hrall'oril. . . . . . . .8urveorUeuerK. .. nwtHp\ us .\nlO'l'I"IIIdo.' :Mexloniix : ( women never gt" I h,' (>ni'iiiy.Tin .
IJ K. n".... . . .. . .. . .. . State CliemlilKnumt employ tlu Aiiierlc-au motion IiU'lkoiiljitf or to the grave wlion tI I 1'1rt'" : h coriioriil I. n titll.i l KHunt/ )'(lIIIIfl'! AMERICAN! WOMEN FIND RELIEF
AIIIKK . . . . . . .!Plat. Examine: \ burled. They remain III directlun the worl
t Olnoe atTallahaiiiiee, Florida. to dans.To ) Ii I lit's aro 1 low of twenty, wim
J. WEBB, Indlonto tlu lioluht of 1111 nnlmaMrxlciuiN Inline and mourn. In case the dea i of liix iiii-n. Ol'ti-n u lu li>iin>d to I Hi'riiuipart' I The Case of Mies Irene Crosby Is On.
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.P. of substance I lurg". \vluit I t>ITi>rt 1 tlu' HIM of Cures Made by Lydl
C. .". olnmteail Kurt I'ierre n""t..t.ve. I palm iwnward I (dm .\lIl<'l'lclIlI" liid!. | nuuilii-rs a I of carrluges nc >..rmuy I 11;" of liU mills WIIM prodiu'liiK."Truly 10. Plnkham'e Veo-etable Compound.

practice In the Courts for non-resident of the 7tb 81'1'REME( COURT Jl'LMIKH.: i-ntf tlio hi'lsrlit of liny p.>r..ou or vhltiKl; ). lio.ly to the grave. but they are nevoccupied. 'l' ," ..111 ill UII" of tI tt' 8oldlr.t lu realize that menstruatlonl. -

ult. Taxes paid M. 11. M tIry . Chief ..limtk-' I I holding. I ont I tin I !. The friends ul' (he d collected. :: : : : I hi' I hi'ltflit of a thiii): by ) .. the balance wheel of ..
[ rents and.accounts F.:Ii. Carter :: : ::: : : :: : : :Amoclate J iistiue.H.F.Tityl.r I Niiliiiiiiuiilir, l.ii
.. :.-111\: iui.1 I llu' height of n per elllier M-alk to lit.t'nll'l"I'! or KJ itistI't't ; art ti vri'ltulilo :I in
. . . .. . . . . I palm "'j': woman's life and while no woman
'sVILLK, FLORIDA UAII.RdAll CllMMISSlOXEna..TelTormin : HOII by ,'Xt<'udliiK; the tint with the 111dox ('ii ra. The bodies\ of the \pooare thoii oiinst. ..tlIIlII\I': \ <'." entirely free from >rlo.II'nII'lIlIYerIDA'' .

11. Brow,,". clialrman. . . Key W"BK. 1I11.r1..1111; \ \InK upward.\ To liorlcoi. conveyed to the cemetery. on tilt' ""'h,) U a milniiiinnli-rV"' I Imiulriil nRriiff It is Dot the plan of naturo that svomeaihIOULd

D. PENNEY, lliiiNun I llurr . . . . . ...Little. Kite to n \pi'i'Han ax Oil,' would to u dog or tiIndUnte shoulders of four )peons the) friend' voliM\ from, tilt ivnr of th,' HinokrIHU'd suffer 110 severely.
I.M. Hryai . . . . . . .. .. Kl...lniiiifiK. ...
C. IMIIIII. rlwrk . . . . .. . .. .MaolooiHentuiuartitrM .. pi'i-min'M In-ijilit II" ono wonli following I on fc"iit. The ('(ltUlI". whlclare hilt (('!'.)'.
ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, and oltl\'.en at Tallahassee., Fla.ciiicrrr Hint of au nnliniil or tlilnff inl-it! JIve '115 hIll ily cheap nlTalrs. \painted i III Tho Biddlorn tlll.tll"au,1 KIIW Btuiullnuthere '

COITHT.Minor Off,'", ,l'. gaudy: colors. are in u general' I thin;: a miiiill, (nilo TiK'od h limn I In n Ken

rsvir.r.K, FLORIDA I S. .loni'n, TitiiBVllle. ... Circuit..JiiIge.J. : Wln Mexicans: and I pnrtlonhirly: tin only rented for the n'II..IlII.r"'I'. prul'H: iii)I tilCIti. I I011I'

|l practice in all the courts of the 7th C.HI.rllllC'I"'rlll'ourth.lonc'B.,; iirlniiilo I .. ,Moniliiy IToneoulliiir; ; In ,March.Atn.rney.; : women wish to I ;:l'l'l't ono iitiother fron the bodies nre taken from them 1111,1, of tho men nolutetl toward tin

Judicial Circuit. Fall. l'ol'III-'flllrl h .Monday In ontolier.IIIlKVAIlIl such a distniH-e I that Si"'t't'lh In I linprac I deposited' I In I the grave I ice III I Ii lit a rreturned (' corporal.

C'UUNTV: COimT. tlcntilo" (as Ht-rnrtu( the nlrei-t t ) they hold to the dealer./ "It IN lie jseiierill l I." h.' El'hul\ 11.1.

E. ''ANDREWS, A. I>. f'eiinn.v. . " . . . . . County Jniliti i the right hnnd! even with this eyes amwlRjjle Itefore rmc has been III a :Mexleai "" .II In 11I11 1,11'1.: .' will m i u Mi-oJ": roll-I

PIES A.l>. I.A..OuuliliMi HU-wnrt: ': ': . :. rnmecutlnit. County. Attnrne fieri; : t the It l1l'tl4." city I long/ one "III i I I bo I likely some tin.hlle y ('I'utI.II", ,' oIllc'iT 4 h,' run Ms eye" over .

ATTORNE'i-AT-L AV, HprliiK Toriu-Hiu'oikd Mond.iv In May.tmiiiuittr The InindslK'kn In :Mexleo I 151! II ftron1liistltiitliin. \\ I passing. I Ihronuli t the streets t tM <> tin corporal I. ", '1111 you write? he I lu-I til

Turu-SuuiI Monday, I In AuRlliit.: I When one Mtups. tn chat in' womei hEIst. : ::_
Full Term-Xm'onil Monday, lu Novonilwr.Winter I >O tIt'n: I'I.r1'1.,1..) men, (lit .
ounty Judge of St Lucia County. Term--Scoond Momlay I In Fetirnary talk a little iniMliicNH with a 1'1'1'1401on and I c'lilldren I suddenly I bare thelheads "1'.'''. Ii I.)' general." l itk .

COUNTY SCHOOL IIOARlt. the street III) matter how many thnei' and drop I to their I! knees no mat "V'ollow me, then" Out Into the : ,

FORT FIKRCR: FLA. .1. It. Wftlkor. Superliitendnnt, . . .TltimvllltMeiuhiirn one may have met htm the same: day. tcr whether they i are on I the sldcwallor I shot swept open tbe two \passed. walkIng 1

-K. U. Arnold, Malaliar; R. to:. MinnHouaVentura they Hhnke ian 11(15. nt the inoclliifj; aiuilkowlHO 1 III t the middle of the itt rt''t. One I IsI IIh1<' h.). Hide, -

JTEPHKN1 E. FOSTER, ; .1. A. {;'Carter Turnttiill.COUXTV i at the I purl I us::, I 11tho menu' I likely I to be considerably niystlded I j a" "You seem," remarked the /general '

COMMISSIONERS! : time I Inquiring about nnd, telllnilieallhH. to the meaning of this sudden mow pleasantly I i "to b)') at least a foot taller I 2

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW U. A.. Ci'nUlliitf, rhalrmnn Tall man ; Wi.,. It. To) say "Il.iwdy?" In Moxli-o: Iiu Is good I 'hlula ghI than I. Kindly walk 1 on I this ,,1<11'." And .1 .
Walker, TltiiKvnlv; John Allot.I Indlanola I : incut until) I I somebody : i. _
Jyal-Upchurch Building. lax. ,1. K. Woiiton; Cocoa ; T..lj. Ciucitihult.: la matter I of two or I threo mlnutex I I nt thverj1 < to explain: I that t n carrlnge" Ii lidS JIlt I hi lint I('it toti tho side' nearest t to I tln

.TACKSOMVIM.K:, FLA. (fraiicre.Knitular. sessIons. are held tlrnC Monilny In eaclmoutii. b best. When one1 ilropx Into fman's ,passed. I that contained II i priest( whu.. "IWIII.'. "It will I I i be a great i 1"'OIIt..tlollt (Aliss Irene Crosby.

ottlre on liiMlnesH I likewise them with him the sacred wafer, () me."
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HUKVAHI) COITSTV OFFICERS. pleasant little formalities I must ht was on his way to administer. .xtrcin Without a word, th I it' corporal' I took the I Thousands' : of American women, how*

A. P. Penney, TltUHVIlle ;. . . County .Iiid"' e scrupulously observed else one wouli! to some personlio H i In .ex pl.U-e. ever. hare found relief from all monthly

EAVEN REVEALED. I A.). L.A.Oaulilun Stewart:TltiiKvllln'ncilKvlllB; : ; : : :::.County.l'n. > (Att'.,her : be Bet down as an 111 mnnnerod boor trends unction. The I popular 1 demonstration, !1'4 .lint: at I that moment a .shell I I burst directly suffering by taking' Lydia K. Plnkham'ei

I I'. A. McMillan, Fail Oi&llIo..rex, Assessor. When, presented, to a woiunii do not tho I over I their beads, but did I I them I Vegetable' Compound, as it Is tho most)
behalf I of dying
K. W. 11..11. 'l'ltll..vllle.. . . . . ..Tax, ColleuuitJohn : for I the I host, not in thorough female regulator known to
BARRETT Henry, Titimvllle. . . . . . . Treumirer hesitate to extend the hand for I tho reif man.-New York Tribune.BINDING tat') liii l'h it. medical science. It the condition
By BENJAMIN FISKE .1. It. Walker Tltu-vlllu . ..Superintendent' illation ..hili It,". It Is. tho only thlnu The olllcer east' a quick I /glance nt hH mires anil1'
. . . which causes HO much discomfort
J. II. Frlcit TltiiAvllle. County HurveyorI.
pp., ;kx7 Inches : Larjte Typo : . 1'. Krowu, Titimvllle.. . . . .... "HluirlltV. to do.When. OF BOOKS. (companion I ''' I lie I was not I In I the least robs menstruation of Its terrors.
Fine Cloth. 8. Norwooil ritusville, Ite|,I8trnt iti OllloetTITI'SVILLK ono meets a friend whom omhns flurried, lie I did 1 not even 4 quicken I hlpuce. I < Miss Irene Crosby, of 313 Charltott

' TOWN COUNCIL.K. not M"I'Ifor some time It is. Hit Time Trnn.itl"i .. I.'ru' I'rI.nlt Ivs. tolI..I..r. Street East Savannah, 4la., writes : .
K. KoiIhiA.mayor; VanWorleyinari4hal I 1111,1 proper thliitf I / to embrace him. 'I'li litC'Il'tiitts .. MeIhoha.It I'reseiitly I I they I reached, and entered ahnttcry LydiA IMnkham's" Vegetable rompounitlla
a limited period ibis book Is offered lax collector: It. It. l'ylun, clerk and trooKiirerJolin .; In falling' upon his. neck, I I which I was t viicarcst ul' nil I I t'iiI a true frtnnd. to woman. It lias been ofigreat
Henry, tax assessor .! R. Walker: F. A was only when writing was niadi t"'n..I1' to ma cm-ing me of irregularand :
Morgan: .1. I,. Carruthent.\V.: H. HniiinlnK ;slut throwing; tlie: right/ alma about him nnc .sheets\ of i 11: I the '\11"11'11111' I I1no..... It was Jlllod I ,I \> I llh h painful ninnstrimttnn whim evcrythlnifi
at trade raees, 50 cents. l>. H. 1'rlt.cliiiril t.IInCI liu.'ti Tlio "oll'I<'IIIIIOOt8 I above tin upon separate .pieces or snldlers, 0111"I> rucuinntend to*
tlrst Tuertilay" In each moutii.TITl'SVILLK i patting him lovingly, Just pllnble and perishable I material I I thni I dead and wunndeil, i elite boil failed anll gladly"
with 0 runt postage for iimtllnjr.CONTKNT3. \ HO VIII) OF TIIADK.O. sinnll I I of tho 1 Ill> (it. Womc-n Inilnlgo In Invented to lioli gun reili.ilix-d. stiiiuiliig.Calmly other milTdrlng worn..n.II
binding proper ivan Women who troubled with pain,
M. ItnbhI1l8.Irr.lolent.J. M.: llxon. treafl I thl i custom with I I their. own ''''X. and give I seating I IilniMcIf I I on II broken are '
IIr..r..J. n. Hast, rretary. Meets. neitond Wvdnendav for the pieces or sheets together ful or irregular menstruation, backache -
turn out
I the cor
Mexican" pedestrians the general
'iirtridge gave
Essential Nature olIVIMI. nIght In em-h mouth at their rootim.Application Mtrength to them and protection ILIIIIbeauty. gun < i ; bloating (or flatulence). leucor-t!
Origin, or AIlIt..I"-Tho 'each\ other on either side, but seem to I 1'<)II'nllllll"'I'I I I and I iiulll I i and I Ink and commanded rhcoa falling Inflammation or ulcera-l)
-Character or the Angeb4.TestltIImySure have a preference for tho It>tt. In meet him to write as \ho began ti ovarian troubles
,'rlpturo.-'fho Way to Heayell.I'r..tI.Te'"h'lIcyor I-. for Tax I >ee l. Itut here we IIIII"tlIIUIIIIII..h.\ The tion of the uterus, ,'
tills IIcIuanre.EvIr.nnentlaYIl log women however, one must iii\\'IIY4give pliable written sheet may bit "Ith,>rroll..1 dictate letter 1 1 I that "bearing-down" deling, dlzzl-'
the. Inside of tho walk. Till- hand did not shake, falntncss IndiR-entlon, nervous'
them Thu corporal's' news,
In /
DotormliiHs It.
!li anil What -Sucloty Under SuctIon 8 of Cluipter" JHX8Laws of FlorldiN'OTICK or folded, eiifh giving rise to nform
also holds goixl when one meets us tho goaerill or the blues, should take''
ven. A Heaven for the Non-Christian rule Itself. Tht lli wroti almoKt as rapidly\ prostration
In hereby given that The Jo'lo.II..I'n"t, of blndlng.peciillar/ to action to ward oft the nerl-i;
lit. Are Earthly. Relationship Contlnuml Railway Company, a oorporatloilliidiir , superiors, always granting that auAmerican rolled sheet' Is "bound by fastening eacl I sttoke.Kuddeiily\ and be restored to''
ivonvMeeting anil, Keuotrnltlon of Krfoniltihe the l awii of the Pilate or Florida. ( will acknowledge any mtiii just us tint \letter was tinIslied oua consequenct'H
liurchaMer of Tax <'iTIIllc-ate< No. :HKI: ilnteil tin. sheet to tlm other sideways and rolling perfect health and strength' by taking]
Hereafter.Terminal AiM'aranoe of theUejiiveiiemiBiica Ird .1Iy..f .7'ily. A. J>. INII-I I \" IniH Hied, xnld, ,-"rthtl. to be his superior.' One may frequently the whole from end to ..nol. the laslsheet : ,I, thero, was a deafening I 1"'I".t.IIII'i I I Ia Lydia K. 1'lnkhu.m's Vegetable Compound -'
,'18. anSI (1 row til In Hi'uv. ate: In my olllie; and !ban: inaila iipplluatlon:' : lot HI'thl"1! courteous Mexican 111'1111.- to all the rent. hugo i-iinnuii I I t ball h pus-teil: I close" nh.ivc I and then write to Mrs. I'lnk111110 .
Hoimeganil llomen In l lI..av.Jarniontx tax, ilofd t,, Inline I In at-rorduiine with law. Had I serving as a cover \
!utvau, -Clillilren III lIo"vellSO", nnil Mar- wrtltlcnro enibraceH, the following ileflurll'oiiropertynltuated l most ipiarrollng/ to iniike tho other fellow This form of 1 binding. Is no doubt the them nnil 1>1\1'1' Itself with II dull tint tynn. Mans., for further free ad-

'0 In heaven.- .Vork Haaven.--Tlie Three : I In Krevard county, Klorldaiwlt take tho Insldo track. "I'II lie., I more Huclcut of the two and It was for I lu t lilt .',rlh I I beyond. Tim wind I I cause rlce. Thousauda have been cured byto '

'ellR. ati.I I How Rol"te.I.-- : .. ProarpiiH: In All fractional Ipefiiliie) rant Section 2-1. senor," they Implore each other.It a long time In general use. It waused by Its I pa.-i.4imn h ) overt limed\ tho t two and I I doing-.
-Coiiftorliitlon of Angels. with Men. fowimhip 2:1: .yontli Itnnice an Ka-t:: Is customary for men to raise' iltjMt mid dirt l I, completely covered I them
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the K -
Tlio mild. land, lielnir iiKnenHdil at thus date of theHHiinuce for example, by .
of such tsrtitIatu In the name of Kant their hilt.11'011 passing each other lu It wa probably Invented by lI..m-l\lIt1 Tho Itt'IWI'1I1it'lu..I I \ himself up I In anlusUiit. ...vA3iV.:
ADORKSS Coast Realty Co. I ',i loss said uertillimte fthal!I tho streets. Tho carrying of canes. INvery t Calmly I leaping i upon I lit.* nun- -
je redeitnied ucoordiiitf' to l.iw, tax deeil will l*' It MIIS mcil, by the (Ircckx nnd by 'fhe
HE NUNC LICET PRESS, me thereon on the :!1I.1 day of Ovtoher, A. l I.., /general In :Mexico. When noiliialntances I liomans, nnd! grcnt libraries/ of roll.existed .- part, t tho corporal' i waved I lao finished i I I most ectrolhi tanners
iMin.: of opposite\ sex meet aa teller\ dfllantly I toward I the. Austrian I I and gardercnrs.verywltere
for time nfler' tho Chrls. "
42 WEST COULTER STREET WltneNn "myoltlclal. HlKiuitnre auilneal this the some lctc'o acid lhlettee I III l'erry5teelathc
PHILADELPHIA.. PA. I-t day of HKiitenilwr, A. l>. I'.fin.! upon the 1I1I'.pt.I tho man Ix expected bin era and l many Industries' wern engaged lines."Thanks. p JI kittdtbat never fciIU,
l e.'ur"lro.lllt.nrt I ] A. A.PTKWART This rcinllly baeeu. !1'' he Slid dl I II.I.
to bow flrnt. as may my friends
C'lerkCircuit burt Drevard' countv, Florida, i I In contributing I I i : I to I the perfection
I NOT FAIL TO SEI THE: WALton Myth A.HCKWAItT: !>. ('. Is important It ono hits any acquaintances of the binding. It has. however beensuperseded \ "Von hit ,.l, saved im I tlm I I trouble i of FERRYSI

Self-Locking Tackle lUocks at ..J'ritcharll :\". among lIl'xknn011111.. I for many centuries by the hlutlliig Ih'!
] & Son's store Tltimvllle OVER FIVK TIIOUHANH OF WAL-- I'uss 0110 without howillIllllillhe may i folded form of lUeralure: I I the Invention A I look uf gi'ta tl I lit, admiration I I I I crept J

}' weekly ton's KnpUl" Calking Tool"|now In use not know one next time. Ono's olily of which Is attributed, to Uumencs lilt:) the I I'J'('" of I tln Kcncral."What i. SEE 4DS
Thousands of them -
: selling hope lies In tho possibility that she king\ of Porgamus (from whom too.C'OIllI' Is .)'oll1I1I1I1I"t" I lie iiMUeii"I hv 1.t thestundaril l forl'J' yiart.
throughout the North. They are by bout owners in the United Stites. knows enough/ about American customs . skin' prepared liai'sldy."I'orpoiiil. Tlmy uro 'not un xi) -rlmenU ,
parchment or
Ilittcd with the Wulton-Vi nton Roller Trice! 1.00()( and $ .Oll each, at the An to condone thu offenso on the44OiO for writing on). In tho third century I .liuiot I I o: the Ninth I I foot. old. \y nualree all il Ieahrs.tar theSuuIftiif.IVO.t. seed ,

Hearing-one of the bust inventions in VOCATK office, Tltutvllle, Fla. of your ignorance of tire customs before Christ. Hilt If the form has disappeared I Item-nil." D. M. FERRY CO.,

the world. May also be Been at the of tho country.To \ tho terminology of the roll "1'1:11'lth"I': 't'liptaln' .1 11111,1,' f.>i- I V oitMlch.E.J.Tlir ........"

\t>vocATK office. call n servant hold up a street car has survived, ami tho word "vol urn..," cannot iitTord I to Id 1 it LIe It fellows an yo t / --

.......................... ur that sort of thing. clap the hnudt. originally a thing that Is rolled or --- .- --- - - -. -- - - - -- -- --
"Adlos" I is employed, ns n passing
q wound up.-I. e., n roll-Is now applied! _
greeting tiN well as an ndlen. In h passIng I Indiscriminately I I to its. substitute, I th., : : :] .] :: : ::::I3Fl:: : <>rr I-I :E: s.

t'aX [ [ IJOB a friend with no Intention of halting bonk of folded sheets.
t rnoNius, iN-r/\iii.iHiiKi: : isssWIII.SICIiS -
one may say .\.110'. '' which covPi's The folded, sheet or section ns It Istailed.
'tQ ? -, the greeting as well as. the parting. l. Is bound I by Klmply Mewing or .
{Uo 4 of is much ------- --- --- - ---- -- --- -- -
This I form greeting moro otherwise fastening. the parts. of thosheet
.. CO .g Express Prepaid. Lemp's Boer
; ... O.Q a .. L'ommonly used than "Hood uoriilug( to ono another at the back creaseor f..r Din.KiiNlnir .
""< Sood evening etc. folil, nnd a number of sections nrebound Pull (Juart "' '',,''ure. 4 (Jti II gt* I2Qt.s Hni.r. . . .. . . . . . . . . .. . . .'t :M
U.$ The.. :Mexicans are Inveterate sniokrs IliiniluirCliili.. . .. .. . . V2 IIB <4 mi $7 00Nnlnin Kxtm I'lilo' . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . tinHianilHnl
\ [ igi"'iC by fastening' each of them to Comity lye . . . . . . .:lIH' 4 M( TOO/ , . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . I (It)
HI' PRINTING! ? but they never chew tobacco. That.. Collie common support>> at the back, so MonoKrani Km. . . .. . . . . .. .::110III H IHI Slut. nitrailitrk. .' . . . . .. .. . . . .. tin
ractlce> It monopolized by tho HUlerlor I llaiiiiirH". Rye . . . . .. . .. .3 70HmdnlDrop /n HIn II /IMIIV ( .hurK''r l ....|'..rL"I. . . . . . .. . . . .. 2 !liu'
F l that when all lire sewed or otherwise- I . .. . . . . . .. 4 IMI hilt Ml MHO Alt, Pint . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .a 2AUilln
> "Anierit'anos.. Moreover, the.. Fastened they 'may yet bo free to open Malt WhlHkHV . . . .. . . . . . :il 71I/ 'H) IIIII/ .... Stout, 1I"t.. . .. .. .. .. . . . . :9 :KA
Mexican I Is seldom offensive with his ind to shut lit nt the front or Pnai-h" llran.lv. . . . . . . . . . .;:17/1.IIH/ ) U /MlU
a b1a 'e pleasure AI.'I.II."ly.,' . . . . . . . . ..3711lIH/ ) All/ Bulk Goods. JUHS Free-Not
imoklug. The practice Is permissible fore edgo." 1I..II..n'/(1l1I' . . . . .. . . . . . .21M1 4 Kit 12" Prepa d.
'I.). . OP ALT. KIN'IXS . learly everywhere hotel or other The Invention of the fnliled cheAt ...118.111. . ., . . . . .a 711I/ IHI U /All III l.no |>..r fI.d.-1I7', Oln, Corn. (21.4)11 l rlnnle..

Li1 Jl lining room' after or even ut meals. In hus; gave rise to tho Invention of 111911.erma North JllulI"talll, t'urollim(...rlI(. .urn.4.. . .. .. .. . . ..37"I IIA tOIl/ (Ml 7 IIIII
allroad. coaches in street in .lfttiiiilii limn .. . . .. . . . . .'i Ml t 2A/ 1 UAU / t/nallty.
: cars binding which." In Its. """,,11I'(>. Is .. .
aB. : ".111) ir Ish.Itys! () In, Com Tt' lIed
((1) I I EXECJJTKDAKTI.STIOAU.Y I\I.d'orllIu., .. . . . . . . . . .:''I7nI'H/ ) Ml | tn.
daces of amusement, etc. Clerks In till: union ut tho back of the folded VI' .rlh.* iiiuiioy.WI.
c: Cfr oO.u) : I L' : dry goods Mtores may frequently be iheets which together constitute tho'olded KIIIIC or Kent "ck" llonrlioii . .,a 71I/ / fin //II) .. Itrunily.. N' |>..r Onl.41"MHllowHil hv Ilyo.Afiru.IOOi 1'eutli. anil AI>II It! .
I CIfE\I'T.Y fortHherry or 1I1"II..a. . . . ..:IIU/ 3 75 7 /M
| .
2 : Seen taking few whiffs at u cigarette, book, or. as I may say, dcsplto O..I.-Vlol..rh. Hve, Hoclill Drop*
o ; 9 I AMortmcnt allowed on all goods or naiiia price Hy.. Meillrlnal CJimllty.H.'IJH.T ,, ,
md their beats awoke .
: -3 |iollceincn' on thn! latent contradlctlou. the folded volime. -- ---------
> -
i1 = < : : vhenever they can get a cigarette. Fortnightly! Ilovlew! H Went A c: : I I. Itut no matter how sensitive! ono maybe
.. 'if OJ 5 U'JI and with IHHPATCU. to the fumes of tobacco one Is. not A Meillterranvuu Phenomenon.Mirages J

Iq IT II llu-Iy to suffer from tho :Mexican's : are common In many parts Oe-6..S. ::E3LC00.
Ee.Eb I of the world such belug .
rl CD ( el.e e style of mnoklng. He will light his phenoineuu .

.... w .13 > ..... .e ,,. ('(Ignrette: -In rare Instances a cigar 'aiulllur to travelers In the tropic us lilT at* w. ii.r at., JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
%veil<< a* In the arctic regions and, on
o. I hike n few deliberate\ puffs and quit.
m 4i1 Jl{ lIe never mnokes lu that feverish fush- lesert just the same as upon the wit-

ft ; OUR STOCK OF Ion or raises the dense mnudge that H t ITS of lakes, seas, and oceans. Tho

r (I : STAT10XEKY thai> delight of tho average American must peculiar. of the wholu list of at- !! Qi /zoA

t s. 1.II I. moker. who seems bent upon getting; nospherlc dilutions U. that apeclcsi of
01 n tile full worth of his big cigar./ Most mirage called tho 1'ata morguiia, wble.li

; AUF: INVITED : lexlcau\ women of the commoner I" peculiar to that portion of the Modi. '

s..o IQc fJ 3 I'I'I I I lasses" love their cigarettes and may orranean sea which lies. off the coast : I U&1

E 0 : TO INSPECT IT.EAST : lJO awn puffing/ complacently In their ot> Calabria between Italy and Hlclly.'xhlbltlons .
S <
::: i2 : I I I I : nines, on tbu streets, In the street of the I-'utu uiorgauu are

O nrs or ns tlu-y tend their little Street the most fantastic upectaclcM liuatfln./

43oa r f : corner Ktauds.' : liven: these people dohut ble. If a city It prem-nted, to view,

I r : '. .e create much of n xnpudgo.ThU ome of the bulIdliiKS are Keen atand- .(

.! ( o : e. : universal smoking' habit re ven N lug In their natural positions while

'" Itself to the uninitiated "grlugo" hoso adjoining. may ito Ktandlng nt

EatI4.> 1 S2 a COAST i i niiietluies In the most amazing: manft. very conceivable angle or nro coiniletely -
.::s ij 0 C) It Is calculated to Jar the soniilllltles << [.! Inverted. The morgana latiNbeen '

COd yujD of the raw American to see known since before the time of

;.: j y :z: I i some' reputable looking woman of thefair Christ and has always been viewed T

ADVOCATE fnt ami forty type In n railroad with awe I.y superstitious", people.' $

.3 .1 CO aeh or In nomo other equally public
I'rotellB r l ........ Tree*. ;
0'I' .bice calmly light a cigarette<< and
CI) Young trees of it delicate nnturn arebenetltisl
!I PRINTING OFFICE. i .smoke contentedly for a few moments.o << by having tlielr trunks. protected -
F [ : ; tine Hftov tt mind that sort of
E4 from the hot Slut for n few
ling or vn notice It, and one noon
.............. ........... C'OlDf'If to take It a* n matter of ("OU:"... years by matting bound around them
I and a mulch over the roots., Aarents for the 1'almt IIr wlng Co.


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} EAST:' COAST A.Vc.AT.: ... SEPnIBER 29. 1903.;;
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t I JAMES. PKITCHARD. President; WM. M. BROWN, v..,'? P. ,/
: II LAND FOIl SALE, St. Lucid end Dad township :.H) south range 41 enst; elIdeD\,
: EAST COAST ADVOCATE., counties. Description of "lend: Went close to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation

and west. ,!' of sou'h- on St. I.ucle river; 40 acres,
of 'a
i! nOI'thea..ti .
'"' i Our Mr.\ Walton has been in tin INDIAN RIVER STATE BA1
; PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY :U, nt\) Dado county.
II'' month and ha east H, sec. 113, township : range ,
North for the past of I
north -As' 'j northeast
Florid l.... lot 20 lOt acres, bt.:\ Lucie roiiiny. ,\lso, the J
Titunvllle J
; Entered" at the I'nutofllce at been placing several hundred copie 18, township, 8> south, rimfie(
secoml-claHa. matter.CHABLKH West it of northwest. V4 and west !h !-it' seo. Lucle COUNTY DEPOSITORY
H'' 1 an of the ADVOCATE, per week with) a .. ..aH.n, Houtb" fork "f :St.
', L ---- of southwest t,, sec. .W; township i'J: Dado countv.Apply .
Florida rivet 40 "acres capital, ,
war'' i
t1 who looking ; :> i
Ptiblltihf are ooc
ii. i: H. WALTON' Editor : Us lunge 3!>, 100);)) acres, St. I.i.clo county to (OIAS. H. WALTOV) Titusville Paid (
this have a 1' up -
In addition to we : 23.0OC
Northeast ( of southeast ty: sec 3, ,Kla.ORANGIE rcThcs.:
ewI.gLvuouasALDavorRDTo THB DBL of about ::150! people who have in 4 ._ Average deposits, $200,000,

.I , OPMEIIT' O* THB INDIA' KIVCH, LAKBWOUTH quired about Florida! with a prospect :
{,I of Investing, within the pas u. Transacts a General Banc

{ of ailvtii. must lin made per. few months which we will send -- '

Bally at tills office or by wrlttng."r out in October, as soon as the demand --= Business.

i from Mr. Walton for so many;

4 { :,I k p f .t H.Oheok WALTONpublfehnr.,eto., may tie made payable to CHAULI extra copies slackens up a little A HER! AY CQJ1TPLA h:' Largest and Oldest Bank on ::1-<: RI,a

Real catitte agents and all those ti Exchange: bought: and -...I I I IFt ,_.,,
p k ff: In wntlnK, t.i the AIIVOC-AI''n for InformatIon having property to rent or disposi h, Count,iie-
? { '' 0\ my klinltlio rltrlll{ ,,- of should remember that this is a Ft
t. 41'4 Vatronageappreeiated: 1 1I l'i,
I, I l log a tiunpeil.uilclromiu. y,1,1A ,
t. thousands 1 ) uankhiL" 1.1 I
BOS'ION ot'YJ'Jo-Tnx J'"H'r''H'I'Ivo: and each summer we place
i pit l1 1 OATIC ties openoil, an. olMi'eat4"' 'I Atlantic av.ne< of papers throughout tin B I l COHUhSl'OMil M i.Y i.

I'' 1 llDHton, which will bo In charge or Mr. <:Clam. North and Northwest! and thereby' : Empire Trust Comnitm s, rl
i.0.Walton. Florida Tuck ana Trum ,' li1 o r induce !innny people to leave these< MATEPALMETTO IAL -
iI Atdrefl all communications frozen regions and cast their lot ." 'F121U +1'ILLIJ, 1-L.&.

r, CI ,., :t EAST COAST ADVOCATE, with us in the land of sunshine and -- -- -- -
p ,'A - flowers.! During the past week we< - -- -- - - JT. JHC- JI> :]:B.e:: : I1'TS.:

fit U. S.1)epartntentofAgricultnr have received eighteen persona ..:.................................. ............:... (Successor to Dobbins Itros.)
r l letters from peoplo who had received DE5L JS 1\I.Ir: : :T
L C> C H:
i:; ' i Weather Itiireuu-.Tnpltcr, }'In.! a copy of the ADVOCATE. 1 hesi G- TJ-TNT L .
instances interest : THE Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and LocksmithREPAIRING ':'; ,
letters in some .
t l The following is a comparative statt ing six or eight people each culled and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valise ., red i iIH ,
I! k ment of temperature and rainfall for the for !a personal reply, which we< i Gun and Revolver parts:.!:I Main at. Jacksonville.\ (
week ending/ Tuesday, bopt. :'M, 1HO5.) i PIANO CLUB Flu.--
1. -10tJli-) -100.- gladly sent. And right here we I -- --- ------.--- ----------------- -- -- -
DATE. MAX. MIN MAX. MI1VHI wish to state that everybody! who .
yl 1' f'I ," 20 88 78 '; 70!) expects a reply should M 711 87 78
tr i i {t sf 21 22: 8'P8) 77 1 Hllai "IS enclose postage as some people : By joining our 1'iano Club'! you Mill bo tiblo! to gut a if 10)) grade. :.

{1 1 ; :2.i.!:J 87 71 83! 73 seem to think a newspaper wan'sstump down and menibeiHhlp dues\ of .
Piano for $2 11, 4 r on payment Coke Brick Lime Cement
: 1 :21 HJ( 7 I 72 supply Wood, Coal, ,
rr ' f 26: 811( -t; 84 73: The prospect for a winter travel : $0( per month, without InteieHt. 1'inuo lellvel'lJ) l free to' nearest .,
T, t t1"I"{ 211 t I'ij 71 M4 70 that will eclipse the travel of last .,....
( Total rainfall for the week: 3.50 j depot as Boon as the lira Ten 1 Dollars'' IH p.ild. ......
j *. l1' i Depatturo from normal rainfall for Lhd year indeed, looks bright to us. .. .. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick,,,,.

;e M .4! S i.p '' 1 from week minus:normal.58 plus Inohea.a rainfall 1.2:1: Inches.since January Der.l\rtl1re, JAPAN'S VALUALLE GAIN. ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLANTo ::' Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Telepli, s,,,, 61

; AI{1 IIALI'.ILuIDJN. Observer. That Japan gained! more through the .: Introduce and Rot! tills Plino hot, .,e the public, wo will form' : J. K. MUNNKRLYN, General Manager.;

) I pence of Portsmouth than she went to j u club of ONE UUNDUKD: ineinbuis, ami each member will got :
IT is predicted that this year'scrops ,
for and that she lost nothing by The! Oldest EstabllebeJ Grain: antI Seed nonce In Hit -t...to.r.xl.
its 11i? will be the biggest the world war a Plano at the wholesale price. The club Is limited\ to ONE
sacrificing her demand for fllonOOt/oOt/I )/ i
\\Ic< 4 i has ever seen Merry Christmas! Indemnity, was a declaration made re- IIUNDltKI members and 1 all In14u'nm.mt.11\ soon be taken, i

*.? ''lf' l r* -- - Oent'y' by II W. Pennlson, tbe Ameiicnncounselor : : :: ._ ..A.... :E30"\LrS: Cc

>tt .; OFFICIALS of the Chicago suburbs tr) Japanese Foreign duce, i THE PALMETTO PIANO i

.. 15'1 )hare hit upon a new way of dealing just before the Mikado's mission left for GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
1 ,
>. ', I with the scorching nutomobtligt, home. fnc- ,
manufactured in our own
ar 1,! A policeman will warn the chauf. "Japan luis gained throe essential : Is an instrument that has been Meal and Fertilizer
I. with (fire with special features that will make it stand the cli- : Flour, Grits
., G feur to stop. A man a lolnl8-lhe evacuation of Manchuria, : tories, onio

.. ,' ; ; ; hose a block further on will attend the; return of Port Arthur \0( China and matlc conditions of this State better than any 1'lano made, PQ8IN,1 eT.luvLyHa MILLS 20(1( East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE\ [ JLA.

p p to the chaulfeur if he does not. Die withdrawal: of Russia front Corea," *
t Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of B. A. L. K'y. and A, t r. I I., K),
aid Mr. Uennlson. 5 SEND FOR CATALOGUi
THE representatives of Sweden "What do you think is tho value of the

and have arrived at satisfactory railways transfcred by Russia to Japan?"

'' ri d terms for the peaceful dissolution was asked. I The Cable Company 1 Ii MeMurray & Baker

I of the Union and there is 'That is n dlfllcult question to answer ,
', now much Joy in both countries,. 011 hand," was the reply "but I should

It la now reported that the people Bvtlmate their valuoroughly at$150,000-) 4O1-413 Kust Hay Street, Jacksonville, Florld.i.,

l) 13 ',sr 1 of Norway are demanding an election OlIO" FLA,22i.i i -!Makers and Jobbers of-
I to determine the will of the "What Is the value approximately of

K' : people as to their future form ofl he Yentan und Fustian coal mines?" .
L government, whether it shall be a.. "I cannot say positively," said Mr. 0 Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon ,

''';1 ( monarchy or a republic. Denolaon, "but I should think they are ,

I worth more' than 50,000,000.; The LhioFung Saddlery, Rubber Tires.FirstClass .
I i .! peninsula, with the ports of Dalny The Ocklawaha Nurseries.
:; of Etc. Etc.
DAVID DuAi'Eit Johannesburg
nil, Tort Arthur ale very valuable, and Repairing and Painting,
Africa who discovered the
South ,
will bo rapidly developed by Japanese --- -
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Pretoria mines has arrived
famous I
a trade and enterprise. The southern half Tc Orungo: Growers II
:': in this country with the purpose of and D'1:1.Y: Your . .
1 1: the mountains west of Sakhalin contains valuable mines Who expect to enlarge their !groves this year: We want to send our now
looking over bas very rich seal fisheries/ on Its coast." I which will be randy lor' mailing about September fat DIAMONDS AND WATCHES
iiitaloKiie, FINE
'i''I'' y I ern North Carolina, where there are :
In speaking of the value of the fishingoncesslons of the Citrus Fruit Industry
/ We have watched closely the development
; '' '4 believed to be rich diamond deposits. I ceded by Russia. In tho new 1806; and very believe we can give valuable information to new and from a house\ that has, been ID business over tluiu yea: ,
In Florida Mince we
: have
fine I PRIG
r'.. specimens reaty.. t. Ytunaza, director of the pollt- ild 1 OUR CITRUS TREES: are the climax: of excellence and only valuable \ . and has always had the reputation for LOW
been found in that section though growers.
sal bureau in Toklo said: varieties are propagated(; our nurseries. It will be to your Interest to look on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured
t systematic effort at development
,' has been made '"Tho fisheries along tho Russian mail- hat Hut over and we believe you will decide to give us your patronage: after coniderintf .

p 3 c'' _. time pioviiicen teem with salmon, trout, the inducements we have to offer you t Hess & Slager,

lerrln and cod. Threo YOI\1'lIl\go HusHla SPECIAL TERMS: to those who place their orders now for fall and winter
J 'i ONE of the defendants", in a divorce
hosed these fisheries to foielgnera. A ilantlng. ABSOLUTELY NO WHITE J.o'I.Y.DDRESS DIAMONDS, WATCHES & JEWELRY.
i, i case, in which whiskey and early' license was granted/ to Japanese llend133alnSt.\ : j, & S. W. and A. C. L WATCH 8I'ECTH.)
champagne and liberal potations of Ishertneu which allowed them to fish oil VIJLE. FI.01UDA.O !:{ .
The Ocklawaha Nurseries 3:10: W. Bay St. JACKSO
11 beer nre prominent factors says bo southern end Sakhalin only and -
;. ' la the bane of the American ---- -- - ----- -------- - -- -- --
1 whisky Ollt> of this the tiade amounted $1,000-) ..- Ets eanaJ7 : :--:
I i people, and adds : "I wish there (00.) Under the new concessions. tho C>. "W" OOJ:1J1or: : : :Prop.C1 :: > : :

1'I I : wasn't n drop in the world." For apnneso fishing trade should! bo worth$10OOJ(1 ".: ..J-'TG-ErI.JJ-'TEJ": : : : - I'LOIiI: : : :: 11.. 11"SrnrncS: : : 'oXt SF'n.DSTCh: :

I I I the benefit of this victim und of < ) ) \ a In a very short time." I III
.. others who may subscribe to this --year- ---- ..J.........-.-....-..................................... .

.4 i wish it may be said that whisky is YACHTSMEN COMING SOUTH : -GREATEST SHOW EVER HELD IN FLORIDA t II Turnips-and Kutii liagan.

''gt'' perfectly harmless-If left alone. Bermuda and Pearl. (
Onion Sets-
Tho Florida yachting season is fast up- : The Manufacturer's Pure Food and Industrial Exposition,, J I Cabbage-best varieties for Floild.i. Heans. .

i j, WuILE corruption has been widespread roachlng/ and, It will be safe to say, : Jacksonville Fla.. January 4 to 18. 1 9O6. JKANI Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose anti Triumph. I

5w ; it has not been universal. tbat by the mldillo of next month severI . Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Et.I ',

; k l I.. A ]large and saving part of the community al I handsome pilvato yachts will\ bo at : < ) StUbIC( fiOUOEOUS: ELEOTUICAJ. DISPLAYS[ AUTOMOBILE( <. I I It

is honest and honorable nclior In the old :St. Johns." Nothing/ SHOWS MOTOR BOAT AND SPORTSMAN'S( CARNIVAL, : L. O.. .. :EJI.ON': Sood.sD1an.: ,

optimistically I opines a Philadelphia 1 ha" boon heard this season from Ciipt. If.Rclome : S-1.b-1rc; >>p1.oa1 :=:WJ.-"L:11: : ; Zachibitss: : ; T 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.MalloryLines.
exchange Social progress la only C. who It always bo first to Ilr.rive t
sure and lasting when the average1f In J Florida. He will probably: bo 011band. : Ktst; Const Fruit Growers can secure space at reasonable. rates. Addres sail 2 :..-: a :--r _

M citizen is rlpo for it, That our though ItI due time.-Tlmes-Un- communlcittionn to J. U. KAIiQUIIAlt Mgr. 1, _

: h citizens are alive to the dangers Ion. Times-Unlon reporter will prob- : Ilerklmer Building, Jacksonville. Fla. *

; threatening our social and political jly not see the Roamer at Jacksonville .....................................................

i J life and era bravely attempting to t.hls season, as she Is now and has boen __ u_ - -
avert these dangers. is the beet tlol up all the summer' at the Seminole

l i"j guarantee we can have that at dock. Commodore and Mrs. !too me HE VEHICLE & HARNESS CO., _
S.; heart the nation is sound, honest, went north by rail and will return the

,, } self-respectingsnd able to purge 'same way arriving/ some time next .rCornor Forsvth and' (Codlr Ms. STEAMSHIPSLargest
itself of corruption. mouth.-Miami Metropolis. JACKSONVILLE:::; J KLOUIDA. SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS

KITCHING-GLASS.I Our stock of . . and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on the ,cast
'' i AM AN example and incentive to
the but lively-youngster determined tbUI'
1 poor The following I wedding announcement GUARANTEED .10
'R to way otiice IMPORTANT of berth!
wax received at yesterday: tickets wm be sold to exceed the number
Ships M no
to be composed exclusively HARNESS SADDLES ETC., ETC., ETC. lea
judo "
"M r. and Mrs. ylvanua Hitching, an-
all passengers
bO8takes or the seating capacity of Dining Halls Insuring
j ; men who were once messenger ,
nounce the marriage of their daughter, -IS NOW COMPLETEon service and attention.
I f the lead. Among them lIre Edith Adeline\ to Charles<}!\ ", Wednesday --- ----

( Andrew Carnegie, Sir W C. Van September twenty-seventh nineteen :: Call on us and you will Unit our prices will please you. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: EVERY FBI PAT,
of the Canadian
u Home, president West I'alm Beach
hundred and five, .
f -
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- -------- -- ---- --- --- Schedule of in Florida Times-Union;
Pacific Pres. llughitt and W. A. - - - (See Ships
; Florida At homo after the twentieth
Gardner general manager of the TJL"T.J'S"V'JLLEJ: : : : : LIV33R3': .A.I3LEJ.:: : NOKTU
9 Northwestern ; Col. It. C. Clowry, well known
These young people are DAYLIGHT SAIL through the
Including dellghttul ,
# Union c
of the Western T. !
3 president ; along) the East Coast, and have a host offriends FEED AND SALE SADDLE HORSES "
l' > superintendent of the FAMOUS "SEA ISLANDS._
', I Cook who join the ADVOCATE In tendering .

1 Western Union in Chicago; A. J. congratulations and best wishes ) ...STABLES... BUGGIES Information regardingictions d
sold all northern For full
Through tickets to points.
of Paul and
arling, president M.: apP'T'
offered other line reservatlna, tickets,
r SURREYS::, by no ; diagrams,
H. K. Williams, general manager ; 1.lno. UAGOAGE Florida
I W. C. Drown vlee-prpsident of the The Cljtlolot TRANSFER, and TURNOUTS ofF ARTHUR W.PYE, Passenger Agent, 214 1 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonville,

li .;, N. Y. Central ; B. L. Winchell pre. ( your Clyde Line tickets from r .-- --
ident of the Hock Island ; J. I>. the agent at TI tuulll". Do not fall to HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.. ---- --

rl, Hall of Atchison; Belvedere Brooks take the steamer, when going North SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.
;f Western Union, and W. C. lllack Cu,*. II, WALTON, O. :3VT./ : sbnJ:1: : THE COl'>'TT,
Ir1! IN
; Postal. Titusvllle, Fla. TITUSVILLE.10 rear of Kobblns' Law OfficeFI.ORIDA.. CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK Of STATIONERY


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Fort Pierce. We make a specialty of .

...................................................: Mims. -

: twelve 'Mr P. C. Stetson paid Cocoa a visit
EAST COAST NE"\VS. School opened Monday with ,
pupils.J. back tho FIRE INSURANCE
J. P. Budd expected
******************** .. X. Kyzer has tlulshed tha repairs tc beginning Col. of October.

the school house.

Contributed bv Our He nlarCort : Benson, of Ostoeu, spent Sun: Heavy east winds with frequent rains
Newsv Notes.* Henry have been the fashion for the past few
day with his parents
>B of Enwt Coant Coi-rewpoixclents. : was vlsttlng days.
of to give
Mr. Alex Hogg with tho assistance of and are prepared

1, .......... .. .- .............................................. Ames fiieuds Green here, of!Sunday.: Pomona, la visiting Mr.his new Hulliday house., Is pushing the woik on

his brother for a few weeks. Ladies\
all laid 1 for the
The blocks are
;jT" Pleaso send all communication! Eau Gallie. Mrs.; W. I). Ilonnon, spent, pirt of last ,, Improvement Club building, andvoik OWNERS

ml items for publication to "Editor, week with friends nt Osteeu will commence right away. PROPERTY

[1\ ATK, TltulI\'IIIE',Fla." E, A. Green U\ spcndimr a few days Tho uniforms for the baseball te.nn:
SAUvu c. HI1I111 11"-I'n\'IAN A:<'> 8,! Jackionvllle.L. tho will look
1.111".101..., thin uuek In l'"lntkllllnll have. arilved and boys
.us. htu
to publUl
;Jr' Wo cannot guarantee ..----. K. :Myers[ hold justloo court, Satnr.lay >]iitte oonuy In their new suits.Mrs. .
this office befori
that do not reach The yawl Cli.n'lot ta C., Is having: when suveial Important oases c.uno C. T. McCnrty, Is a itequent visitor

"011 built by tho Improvement
:) "ers and Kqu.ills this week fromthe Will :Mims of Tam 1"1, Is expected thisweek being
Will correspondents oblige us by noithcaHt and "ou thl".t. on a I shoit visit to his mother and Club. possible

tlio names of people nnd placeti lister.Mrs.. I Oscar Stewart left Tuesday for Titus! tho
'ii most
Ii of ho
:Major Joid.ui: lias one I I cloik
\ 'I i i,uly as possible ? I protnii-liit; p.itchex of lilMi\ potatoes In \[ Crump and daughter; left, Tuesday vllle. He has been of court.assisting! Come the ngalu at
this ilNti lot.Copfc for a visit of n few months lu Jackson luring this term best
villa. I Hoar, glad to see you.

Melbourne. la.'go lishtci Koftvro, to has bo nlmoat used In completed his freight his Mrs.! Fickllng, is soon\ to have her Tom Howes has been placed Mr.: Stetson's In thoposition the

business on I Indian HI Vel'. mother and sisters with her, from Jack made" vao.aut by protection I JJ
"leath. T"11Is 1VAI'y popular young
Launch owners are now under the sonville. man, and we are glad to have him nsigont. "
UtrtRI> W OOODE,-Koal Estate, Notarjj la reUtlng of Cocoa, art'l veIl / 11'I \
| AgonC forKtna, laws of Inspection at least part Miss Flossie Taylor, 4 I
j L.iiTimolamlLoiHloiiandOliiliB,I'tlilk, ami ConveyHiiaor. ,anil Hurt...! : to the oillce of pi.ots. In Minis Saturday:\ uud is stopping at Ilortonmd /,, I" \\\\\ "
\ attention Last Friday, :III'. nnd Mrs. }r. K. Ii '''.
paiil Klru to IiiHiintnoa the Interests Companies.ut iK>nri Hpeclul.iUdeiitn. It Is rumored that II. llratlford Is the hotel. tbe misfortune to loso their now -IJJ. '!I f't'/-'/)- "','//lrItuIIW\\\\! \\\\,. (

--'---. about to sell out bis business here. We A. M.[ Terwllliger, arrived Tuesday, to home by the explosion of gasoline.; Kornnatoly -

Subscriptions for the ADVOCUTK, will be BOI ry to lose this entorpilsinit ook after his l.ii'ge orange grove lutorists : they were able to lave most of

ihe::r pink paper' of tlio East Const, will beocelved family. here.Mis their belongings, but tho homo was n LOWEST RATES I

> nt the Melbourne Potitoffice. Alex Xear of this town, l Is now engaged Crump Iallia visit to tbo family total loss.

-- ---- on mi artoNian well at Fort Pieice. of 1). U. Mum"oo, of Osteeu, Friday Quito a number of strangers have, been

School opened on Monday, with Ming[ Mr. Nenr has his plant busy all thu time and Saturday.O. In town attending the llrst circuit couit' .

{Teeter us toucher.I iilllng uiders.IJr. U. Cooper will start next week to of St. Luclo (county which terminated I '
,I I. A. Hoke bag been spending some Sarah C. Hodgson has one of the e'eOG" largo packing house In his grovo Tuesday morning. Quito of and number Homo held in
at Hosel.ind, doing Borne work for finest collections of ferns In Eau Gallie to handle\ his fruit. oasuss being disposed
|liy Plnewood and also a rose bush over till next term of COIII't.LUDDEN&BATES .
Ercildouno Inn. at lodge,
0. Moore on John ])eal, who has been in Mints, for

Mr. and Mis. Hums of Canaveral who producing blight green roses. several weeks at the hotel, left, Wednesday CLUB I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES I

lire staying with :II rB. C. r,[. Ilorton werelIado The large upper room In our High for Kockledgo.Mrs. PIANO

happy by the arrival of a nice ninuSilas School building was divided Into two McCall returned to hur homo In -
rooms for the accommodation of the advance .. Orii.lrt 1'lniio, (or "WTt
..ou n grades under Miss liouner.
Mabel Wbltaore who ha been with her sister here.O. Club Mvmbttr*. & Walton
the summer In Illinois, returnml The lawn about the residence o( hili of tho AuvouAftc Morgan
Spending of ho bellt F. Duren P. \\ Koberts, Joe Warren On another page ,
and 1':1turday. honor thu :Mayor, is ono
lomo. Thursday, left on : sold their ontir announcement
and K. S. Lee, have will\ be found tho big ,
Oiillie. Hoses uie 1"'ln..:
I ouitenay, where she will have chal'fo: kept in K.ui: who hat
this week by grape fn.lt crops to U. Xolle Luilden! A Kates I'lano Club, Introducing
school this set out in the grounds of tho : F
tit the public year.C tho -
for I"tton orid.a.J
been quite busy shipping i t1.Lovi o. _
Mr ISII mpter. the new scale 91(10( Ludden\ .11:. ,
M. Boaujean and A. J. Ooode 1"0t days. :: !
Ueach this week maklnIC The body of Djko Smith was Intenod Hate piano to club members at $2-: <7 by
lit t Melbourne Richard Rocker arilved\ Thursday', U
hrtmo improvement for Miss Cummln 1I in Kau: Uallio cemetery, on Monday laRt, the payment of if 10 at the time of joining 1 1Self.
spend a few weeks.In his orange grove
dot In
for the
Myrtle: Cottage, gutting everythh In after reading the services b.ivunnal thereafter with M cent
im after which he will return to and "#:8 per
KOCH! shape for the winter visitors.t the l.ugely Baptist uttendud.Persimmons churcli.. The funeral WI" until November, when he will return tn Intoiost. This Is an extraordinary oll'er, The Walton'

(,; Sam Martin:\ is progressing nlcoly make this his future home. thus giving those who want a llrst class
I with the work on a handsome :'ls I font 12 Inches In clrcumfor.
Launch for the Hon. loo. 11. Lyons who ence weie seen auil meuHured' on tho high grade piano an opportunity to buy
cii also having an elegant winter home grounds of Pinowood Lodge this weok, A Cold Settled in Ills'" 1lelneyi'C.' on easy terms nnd at the same time itgroat Locking

jlmlltou> the blult property ho bui ht by your not.respondent, grown In }<'Iorlda A. J. JennuHSfo, {):!OI Butler St., Chic- reductlou In price, 'rht'"e pianos -

[List spring. sand, to\). They are of H seedless Jap- alto, writes: "I am itswltchman| and nm will be promptly delivered to members
auese vaiiety. out In nil kln.U of weather. I took a cold
Miss Alice Nicholson' after BpendlnlC which settled kidneys and I was. In of the club at tho depot, Jacksunvlllo: \ ,
with her motber Dyke :Smith, ono of tbe Indian Hlver my
llier summer vacation advertised us application Is Tackle Block.I
bad shape t tried several For shipment as soon (
l.uul sister In her Melbourne home, left, and Lake Worth Fisli Company'sployees em- .
the }<'. remedies with no benefit, until I was nccepted. QUl\l'tel'lyor' yearly payments
fell from the bridge over
list! week, for Washington, D. C., to ra- Cure.Twivthlrds .
Isume her studies at Oallandoc College. K. C. spur to the Indian River at thill' recommended to try Foley'H Kidney Sold can bo arranged/ to suit the purchaser.
bottle cured mo.
U'lur best wishes follow ber. point and received injuiles which 1'0- of a Titusvllle.Rockledge. The new scalo 4illl: ) piano which they offer
Ked Cross Pharmacy
nulled In his death on Monday.W. by ,
Last Tuesday Mrs. Lena Hood''l.iiiRlitor anll -.-- cannot be duplicated for much less
Miss Maude left for \\'Intor II. II. Gloason, Is again at his ]pOlit than double the club price of $287.

jl'ark, where Mrs. Hood, has accepted the after a run through the West and Jlec on thu They have on hand at their store, lit KVKX!: A 1IA1JY
of assistant an osition
|Miss l> Maude\ will enter postmaster Kollins ColliWe e, gained weight while away. Mrs. Ole.- n.f\lll Julia street twenty of theso pianos knows whore to go for a general line

will miss them this wi liter. Their I ion and family are now nt 1St. Alljtustloo One of Cooo:,'" young clerk's IInd" for immediate delivery to cll1b of good drugs, It'. boon cured by ov*

I Melbourne home will be routed for the visiting fiiends and will return to :Kl1u something veiy attractive In South J ock- members, nnd cordially Invite thoso who
Lralllo later.Mrs. ledge medicines" and Is OHM of
keasoo. ate Interested tho purchase of a Ilnu
Treutler has cleaned up tho Master\ Ualpli! Magruder: left on S.tur. to call at their storo nnd examine oUt UKHT DIlUUADS.
Like Finding; Money. grounds about Hyde Park. This Isit onu day to visit his uncle, II. J. MagrudorOik nt piano .
them, or write for "Booklet II, ex-
In Kau Onll1e.
Finding health la like finding nuOey- the finest residences Hill.
,10 think those who are sick. When ;you md ha one of the commanding,: sltua. C. H. Illbbs, luivlng erected qtilti a plaining fully the features of tho clnl It had! all children's diseases nnd our

Imve a cough cold 1, sore throat, or cheMt Ions. Hob. Mer.sel in doing the wOl'k. large addition to hU residence. Cootrac. medicines onrud, thorn. Oura is tli.
liko W, Urs.. Treutler has one of the most cilete < -
irritation bettor not promptly, work. HOUSE.
tor Smith l is doing the WHOLESALE
stocked and moat
lioiso and best
e Uurber' of Sandy Level Va. lie saYB: land best laid out car. best equipped:: ,

"I had a terrible chest trouble, CRuRed iage houses on the East COll t. Miss Gertrude Ml ins, after .ponlin" popular drug store on tho Kast': Court

by smoke and coal dust on my Inngll; The slmrpie. Lizzie, carrie I a j jolly the summer In Tennessee, returned nn The following notice of the now en.terl'lllIe .

..lint), after llndinfj no rnlief in other rei'lion aity of guents over to tlie ooean btlaoh Saturday, lo her home In JJonuventuri of two of Titusvllle's promlncltl.eus lluy drugs! of im.TUV .

I was cured by Dr. King's :-ew his week, J. Klugan Uodgsou, at U.lO The Ladies Aid Society were very scossful l Is taken from the Miami; Mo- OUU F1NR CKJAHS.
Discovery for Consumption: COl1hll!: lelrn. Among: those on board, were with their Ice creiun social r""t tropolis :
<>nd Colds." Greatest nale of any coujtb Mr. Christian find wife, Miss A. }<'Ior- Friday: netting ovur $1,00 and rll \ha. a the
and in the woild.heil At "The ,home concern known as Cross Pharmacy
lung medicine nee Hodgson.: Miss JJonner, Miss iilister \ pleasant time. Red
Cross Pharmacy; AOo anil :$1.Waranteed. 1.00; Miss l .
( Trial bottle free.Georgiana.. Porson Paddison anil Lcl.iad I Ilillau. Mo- Miss Mamie\ llardeo,ladies one of Hoiledge's a by l' .'I,. Hardy, W. M.\ llmwii and oth- TITUaVIr.LK... --.-FLOItllA.Hodgson ._--,--.-
billllant pasted ------- --- -
\ The vessel returned about > p.
building I In warohou
satisfactory examination and will ers' U now ,
after run lo.tho beach. very
m a pleasant now be In the list of school teachers.! along the railroad track on Hlxth IItrcut, Bros.1AU .
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Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, II. M.: Lock. west of the Ice factory. Tho building\ III

school here Are Von K lJgug'd? hart and mother-in-law M I'M. Hello\.. I 12.-; ;:;() feet In sl/.o and will have a 11..1' ( ALLIK, INDIAN1 IUVKU! FLA.
It\ IK I reported that begins
Monday October :'od. Engaged/ people should remembjat were railing on Mr. and Mrs. K. V. space of ((1,230; square feet. It[ U beln,;
after marriage, many quarrels ca.ube Douglas. and Mr. and M fII. M. C. alll1- pushed ahead rapidly and will bo oom- Marina Hallway

Arthur Sims and wife, returned hoaturday avoided, by keeping tlielr digestU on, on (Sunday.According date when tho IItorlult [:ieneral Merchants ami Ship Chandlei'*.
from pl"telut an early ,
St. Augustine. with Electric Hittara.
In good winter '
to riIdents
our Facilities.,
'flnindnw" Munson, who has not boen A. llrown of Itennettsvllle H. (J., \ will return early, and m-aily i all of the stock anil llnal preparation I for .Spechtl
: "For years, my wife sun'uredusely I... otnmeuoln business will begin." for Hauling Out, Storing and Jtepnlilog
ii'' well for some time, is better. lIaYII of them will bring other 1"1 tlt'll. Mr.P. H. :
> from dYlIl'el'lIheomplicated built heie lallt .--- -
Holmes, a cottage Yachts and Launches.
The genial ])1'. Holmes was In town wltb torpid liver, until she lost b.r ,
winter writes that he will bring a I"ll'tyof
WIlY U-iK ,
Monday and. Tuesday of last week.H .rength. and vigor, and became mert! twelve with him, and build thr" Mention tlio AnvooATs when writing.

K. Hughes.( J. W. and A. J,. 1\rn- wreck of her former self. Then .he more cottages this winter. We huo, when you can buy the bust MclfLocing -
trlod Elccirlo Hitters, which hclpe.l berat. Tackle Blocks nt nearly the IIRm8
net K; Vesey Hall and Mrs. D"ldwln room for all good settlers.
Uitl> ''II, Lee, attended the funeral ofiM8 ; once, \1001 l Unally made her entirely" price. Now In use In. the United Stanley JCitching
\' ') Lotus bund ll\Y well. Sbo Is now strong and healthy
'lorls ( near :
ifternoun. Jelger, Till) lied Cross Pharmacy .Hell and guar- Jot nit Cheap.He !States: Army and Navy Department Dealer In-

IlUtees them at ">0o) a bottle. well think lie has oft Kxamlne: them atPrltchard\ &: Sons, .or
Mrs t'euchey's" household goods, irivod. .. may got FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
Titusvllle.CUmiilni .
-- tho cilice.
her -- heap, who, after having contract* AUVOCATK ,
and hauled and In
was pus
IIOUTO by Arthur Sims II. K. IIughind Lotus. :onstlpatlou br Indigestion, Is mill ablo Tobacco, Pipes, Candles! Fancy ChIna
restore his health. Mothlr claimed to bn tho "Klnust 1'1cklu
,\ |I. uruneri Monday. The family .o perfectly ; and I'r !'HHlnjr., and Temperanca Drinks
ire expected! about Oct. 6th.prit will do this but Dr. King's New (.Ifo Block In the World. To see It In to I>uyIt. Tbe following brands of cigars) delivered!
Pills. A quick pleasant, ami certal .
at 4U.23 box of SO:
Ulrich and wife, Mrs.: Kate Car- This place Is In sorrow by the drow Hire for headache constipation, Mo. 2;!;oat All work done up-to-dato. Call and Thousands. of them In uso throughoi' per
wi, ami' Mrs.I Hughes, were at lit. nnd IDlrof Mlse Doils ieiger, Saturday af. lied Cross Pharmacy. Unarllnleell.UrullIloC. soe me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor the North. Head I testimonials fro III urn bold t, Key West Smokers, Promo*.

'[n ittfeld's bunday: afternoon. The ternooo, while In bathing. All that larber Shop on Washington avenue. i ose who usn. them.Thlsloailholdlngblock. C'remo, Cubanns, t'ohalnkl.
"""} friends of Mrs. Wittfeld will 1 booorr could be done, was done to recover thebody Is mndoln vlrl.OUII Flinch Cards, BOo./ ; Hand Mado[ Palmetto

'i learn that 8he ls "ufferlnKreai ,: a but was unsuccessful until liunday slmpDH and sizes, of WOOU IIM) \( Hats, \/3o.STUAUT : .

( deal with rheumatism In her baodll morning She was a lovable younly .( 'lltltO.VXK. Will work equally' wellwltb FLOIUDA.
hauling of all I Inds -
'iioo feet. Just In the prime of life, and will Draylng promptly Door rope, chain or wire rope. .
attended to. Meets all trains. Htov --------- ---
bu BO missed In the community, atcbnrcb Will work at any height upsldo dowrrUontally.
"rood for sale at all times.H. .
and Sunday school. She Wall or at any anjfle' ami wll THE ANHEUSER
Attacked Titusvllle.
by u3Iolu.l > Y.. HOLTEM. ,,.
always there, and loved by every on< .top .nlluck at any point.
\ beaten, In a labor riot, until CO'Wlth aod while she Is gone from us now, sli md Invaluable[ for every kind of biislnos

ored 80re"' a Chicago,; street: car I. waiting lo that lieautlful City for theloved Hhoe Uellulrillg.I where a block Is needed, frequently ..avInlol' Brewing Asso's.rllUlo".I1t. ,
'inductor i applied Bucklen's Arnlc ones left behind. The entlighborhood r the labor! of one man or more. I

ni'f.D'1 WM soon sound and well. "I sympathizes with the breaved 'Window Nothing like It for bunging or stretch !
all kinds of boot and shoe
repaliig I.ouln aDd Hot
J my family,"writes G. J. Weld family In this their sad aftll..tlon.The lolt wircMVll .
and I do It. Jarttchard ..
not forget Opposite
Teko08ba. :Mich., and Hod Itperfect." remains were Interred the Coco .. blocks lilted with the famou tied liver.
A Son. ANORKW Ginso.v.Titusvllle .
> m Ply great for cuts and burns. Only cemetery, followed by a large conooursfriends. :
Fla W..U..TON"YINrO'i ROLLKK BEAICI.XU. Bold by Me..r.. r.A.Lustey and
It Led Cross Pharmacy.: of Frarnes
R. t. MutlowTltusvlllria.By .
A.ltlreKlIllI.COl1l1llllnio tlfm to tho
Ve wish to express our heartfel ."ll1erollerty For Hule. Mr It. f.. IIlo\lowCOCOII, Via.

Indianola. thank. to the many friends. who s.1)klodly .+. "'1"
helped us during our dark hour Walton Self.Lockin Block Co, JOSEPH 2APF & CO.,

of M>rrow.Ixo. Two nice cottages adjoining ellch

Ueorge Wallace and Joe Kleld made a F. GMOKU WJFK AMI KAWII.V.ii ;herln Nortli Tltnsvllle, with an acre Area source of everlasting trouble Ifthey (Incorporated ) Sole Distributors,

tllp' Kockledge, last Sunday of hammock and five acres or rich muck are not made right. We have ceand Ware room, 10 1 Atl.intlo. Ave.,,

"I'tels, a Hoe prospect for a large > .. .f tangerine oranges, thin year, In eclal machinery for making them, ROSTOV: MASM.WXKIW ! .
rl vel' front. The larger cottage has three
oinity.. I aod make them right.! We mako them ( OK. THE CKLKI1UATEDALTONYINTOS : JAC1CO YJLLE. FLA.
teplng rooms a room up
tbe northeast . .
sale cbeap,
tartrarn Field went to Titus title. For - - - -- ----
""I 'iaturd"1.lo hu op ailboat' returning of ontheaxt quarter of Kectlon 3, town lrsj; and a parlor, sitting room dlnluaom better and cheaper then they can bemade

.,nn."y. Dlgbt. IIblp 38, south of range 41 east; close utv. anlt kitchen below. Th a/ljoln- by hand. : ROLLER BEARING. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE

O. Wood'* pineapple plantation orLucle g cottage has two sleeping rooms and
A number of our men made a. trip to S, Kiver; -<0 acres. rvant's. room In s"oond utory. and ample Blocks can Let seen nt the ADATK IFlonratli MEDICnIE R ? Q I'l .

U. Hubbard A n. Jacksonville snulcs
Ii. ; and ""o.'n' < MIOICIIII. lURSilir G
and cattle. section 18 38 below. Large/ brick cisterns to both
branding township :
of ,,
; quarter ja.. .' !oo'" "ror" Tltusvllla aad Ik.IPKIHIIfI,.|M DUmtlt aa4 NMMCT.cl.r. .
Jirs. GroW and daughter. MU Mari" lIQutb of range 41 east; on sooth fork olLacle uses. Adapted for a nice winter Via. Ca Miarti .eo tbtwo blocks' working., ..... H IU. L.ba. ..torln. H pl..l. .nd DI.'......
relllrned to their home at Tltu.- St, KlTer; 40 acre Apply to bome. rl.>. imply.1ulpR. for iiKctMlul. UKhing.
.'tbl. mootb...' t'HAII.. WALTO.T, Apply to OEO. :31. KoBOt.fs, ....al' T........ HIIII ,.co.oI b.tof. 1'1'.Bo r""
j' tur l1ttle week borg, afeer:. a 'wo na1 Titnsvlll YJa Tltn.vllle, Fla. EAT OALLIE, FLA. JOn rmXTISTO done at this offlca. "r IIIJ. . (".,.In ... II, ..,I'n THH "ROI"TOR,

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,I i CURCULIO .AND APPLE. IN A PECAN ORCHARD. Florida East Coast Railway

Iat iiikl. .. I'Dltnri* In Orrhariln I* A.m AllrartlTerntnr. matt K Comblnullou -
llnrd la Bent.
CHARL.K8 Mlrunuly S. CIIANDAI.U I rorril.Tty .. IllinoisexptiInifnt At your ro
illation.In not to take lamia: vtltli nuy writer on ,

nil HoetluiiK. of tinHtuti- of IlllnoUvbere pectin otThnrdu! or attempting In nnywaj SOUTH.BOUHO-RED DOWN. NORTH-BOUND

> orclmnl fruits nro itrown may 1 IHt to destroy any oue'a pot theory, I READ uptr

fount (fruit that nrc more or IPXH' defaced will K'VO' you, in my own .nlnipte wny Sn. '10'' 8TATIO !
by (leforinltloH, l hy iurlouilyaade my four jours' experience lu handling, I_ '" ) ....117 I

surfiion t-nti IIIH! by Hinnll eyllnIrlcol the lu orchard 040 I.v ................ .... I
/ : -iOU)( ncrca u pecnn lIenrI'ownwool. 8 Oil I' a .J".k..nvlll." .............. AI' 7'' II ,
exruvntloiiM.. Tlicwo' iniirkx nre 8 07 P 411 & .. ..............,.... JllcIlH..UI................. 1... :, I' .
( known e'rywhea'o ai thoSwlndon .. .............. ........ .. J' "
6 IS P 10 M. .tlt. All!:" ............... :; (.11 ,
found ul'lm i liliiniH, IICIII-III.M npploH nnilJes IVonn Orcliaril.. Thin venture II 68 P II SA.., .. ....................1\.ttrll.H.. ................. ,. 4 ',\ I'J' "
t coniiiioiily upon pours mid 'JIIIIII'II.The him. iittructud ii Kri'iit deal of attention o _'..! 8/1/ P 1211 I' Ar .....................1'1..11' <.... ................. I.v 4 I" ...
gnnx' innrkH nri* common on frultnOf nnd bus been vlnltod. by tunnyintcroKioil 0\ II n" IIU.: L........................l'ILI..tkn.. ................. Ao' 6 Oil I'I'' ,) ...
the wild plum \v4ld rrub apple and I In nut culture ami Iina beculinunliMl IAi.:=:--"i\n-J\It:::: to.>:::::::::......-L\. H, =

of the red fruited, liiiwthorn.Thp a HiKTOHH. or u failure accord- _:J 1 1'TI._!. ,L.. ..................Blln.... .. I"O.................. AI' ', I'C 1 ; :::
for the InJxirlog on I' U III I' Lv ..................... ...'II.. ..................... Lv.7:' I'' -, r.
Inw-cts rfHpniiHllik' lug; to the Moa) or. Information of the 8011 I' I '7 I' .. .................... nlln..I1 .................. '" a H I'' (, ,It ,..
above r.'fcrrcd, tu lire" the plum 11I'I'.on "I"'lIltllIl//:. II 10 11 611' .....................Dnllllllt.................... .. II 117 I'' .. ,
ctnvulio. Until ....' 41 I' 1 J> .. ........... ........ Or".1 ..........."....... :J I II t ":
curcullo and Ilic iiipl] When this orchard c-aiue Into my 0\ 8 611 I' 1 80" ... .................... DILyt ''n...................... 011.., 4';J :J
Hpock'M feed" upon and breed In tlie upple liniils nnd iiiider my personal. sujiorvlnloii 0' I' I 61 I' .................I.rort O"III "................. J (I" t ,I) .
-In Ki'iicrni, It 1.4 tho plum ciirrullo, of tin1 trees ) V) 0 I' :J 1/1/ ."Ar .................:'If.w Hlllyrn"................. .. :JI": I' 4 I'" _,
ninny woro hegliiiilng C 'Tii"'iiT8 4i > r ...............;;:L k H..I..l. .................. L..' I 46 I' I" .:
that doeH. tli<> .'renter ,duiiuiKe./: to In-ill1 a tt'oxv Hue nuts. The .- 101111 a II 68" ... .............. .. Or""",, City................. I J In J'' 6 ',1 ,
'i'he lirlmiiry CIIUHP of Hcrloux Injuryto thrifty trees Mrp not here und tht-ro, 10 46" "0" .........Or.lllllo VII y JIIIII'II..n......... .. 1t.1I: ( I' :; ,', 1 I
ii L.. .... ........... r ............ -
curiillox c'lin In the majority :l II I' .New IIn ....... L u I' 4 II, P
flpplen by but HPomecl: to lit io'u tel) lu sections, ... 1000 I' :I III I' .. ...................O..k 1\111.................... .. I 6t I' .j 1/1//I ::J
; of CIIHI'H 1 be truceil to conditions. an Ulil thoNC, that showed dead tlpH. I ",r ... .............. TI_ II.. .................. a "" /.

prevollhiK in the orohnrds., X"loClp.t HOOII discovered, thntlioitt cotton andcorn 'I C 00 .. .... ....... Ar .................... B..ofor,1 .................... I.v 10011/1 HI 1111 *
o }OOI_ L.v.................... tlILnforI.................... Ar ..' .
of tlio four cardlnnl prlnclpli"/ of jjond = : /I ::
M-ere )gl'o'1! < i und tho ground had! Tri-Weekly Sailings . 101111 I' 8110" Lv.................. Tlt'J..lllo .................. Lv I 16 I'' ,' }I"' _
orchard innnaitcinent( -namely, primfl boen deeply) plowed, tho growth and tho !/) II 1" I' 4 Oil I' .. .......................O""OIL....................... .. IJ: St I' J. /" ..
condition of Hie ... 11 :I I' 4 13 I' .. .................. Hock Inet!:................... .. I ao I'' I'I', //I
trees: were\ anythingbut II :I I' 'U I' .. ..................Enll 0..111.................... .. I III' IL 1 H .-J.,
.Hiitlsfactory.la BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. U U 111111 4 II' .. .................. M..lbo..roo.................. .. II 4'I 1.11 ,
1SI\ ,discontinued I 111 It II sT I' .. .................. ....b/lMtllln ................. II u'I J I" 2rauin
tlione cropannd I Sll a :JII IJ .. ...................8'. Lllcl...................... .. 10 IJ IL 1J 1111 -.
Hoeilod axi acres to ulfulfu, and Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) 1 66 & 64\ .. ..................Fort Pl..rce.................. .. III (''II.. II ::
C 1>1.. 7 o II .. .................... .lhblLl... .......... ......... .. 0 all.. II ''J I ''II
beiliin Irrigating by pumping water The in the Coastwise Service .- :t :I a 7)2 I' .. ....................... E'len.' ...................... .. \\I 2'1"I' ,- 1
( '.l;,' from I'eciin biiyou nnd today tlio trees Finest Steamships Co :.I "n 7 17 I' .. .................... .J..n..n.. .................. .. \\I I II 13 I t oI
"" ''WIDto, Jr: '.!:i. 4) :t aUIL 7.18: I' .. ..................... Btllllrt ..,.................. .. 11 B 11 ''Ii J -.>
of. t- ,I! lire iniiUliiK good growth, the ilpnd tip The New and Southern Lines. 11) 8 UK.. 611 I'' .. ................. noha HOlln.. ................. .. II U" III :IH 1 :
fust dlsmppcurlng. (, nnd I am now very Clyde England :;:: 8 :JT" II 11 p" ................W..t JIIIII..r.. .............. .. :l //I 1/1/ I'' I I
::: Direct bervlce Between "" 4 "' M III I' .. ............Wellt P"lm ll..ncb............ .. 7 '" //I \. n J :_J
: \ ; :i:; hopeful\ thnt these. trees will\ yield a 4 n"I\ I" I' .. ....................Doynton .................... .. T B 9 I_ ..
: reiuuiuTiitlvo" croi, this nHon.< Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points, 4 U"1:18\ : I' .. ..................... l1el"7 ..................... .. 7 11I/1/ ., ,,. I I
. ; ':"d,., 11) I 87 .. 111 U I'' .. ..............Fort I.uuetertl..le.. ........... .. 6 I"I/ "I'. 1
\ \" ..;.. While the troen now xhndu very Charleston 8. C. both, ) := 1411 II III all J' .. ..................... Dl\nl" ..................... 6 111 II ",\ 1 "I
I 'I'1',1"i'. ninth beliiK forty feet upurt each (Calling at ways II 6 .. III n JI .. ..................8"Uao I > way BKMI-WBEKLY 8AILINH9! ::J 2' .. 11 07 I'' .. ................ Lem..o Clt7 ................ 6 P4.. 7 I .
r. 171 /: a full crop of alfalfa Is impossible, yet Hnuthbound.from Lewis Wharf, Monton 11111 P Ar ..................... MIRml..................... I.v !'_:ltI:, / 7 I IP..lly
"' !> .::. on Sou) IUTOS I am holding 1'JO t) broodItorkbhlre Northbound. from foot of Catherine Street, Javkaonrille -
; I "..lIy
HOWS und miilcM 1I0\IY.STJo: ..XTJo."i'UOS
noeoHHiiry JoJI. I I';"
and ut one 111110 marked 1211 1 pigs/ and I Clyde St. Johns? lliver Line.. _I"n._"

did not complete\ theJob.. Denary Line.) 8 "0 a ........... Lv..................... Jlllllml..................... Ao' ............1 II all J
.,. I eiiiinot that iilfulfii has. ,dono ( 10 80 II ............ ............. ... .................. Lv ''' '' I 1.11 J
see SA FOHD. : : ,
any Injury to the peciin treeM tlioii .;lithe Stopping' at Palutka Attor St. Pranci, IlnreHfonl (DeLaiul), and intermediate lanil- I No.IT ..
nlf.ilfji: l.s nttnekc'il, by root rot In InllI on tlioHt.John's lliver. No.'I3No.'IINB.lftU"IIy' ; No.111. ... DO "o. .
Mun. 141.... )' toJI.; JlIATI'OUT )UtANCII )). I "nn.
"IIy .lIy
"Miuil! "'I"JIll. STEAMERS "CITY Ol"In .JACICSONVII.f.Bn Only Oul7 ; Mun. Olily 1.11)

I u in of tlio opinion Unit In u TiiOBilavn anil Tlmrml.iyii
.pecanfii'fliiinl al>l ulntell' to nail on follows : I/eave JitfUxiinvlllo Siindayn -
Koeiled to nll'tilfu after It Is lit 3:*0 I). in. ICuturninx. luave Aanfonl, Mond...)ii, We.III..dllY.SmOlhllolln.1 ;;;;;; ;;;; I... ........J..k.onvlJle....... Ar I I' II ,
uiul Krt'l.iys' at UJi: > a. m. os I' !O .. '!!! !! .. A.r .....Sf!. ckv,, II....... v ! IL: J I' ', ,, I'
ten, yonrs old nnd wtoeked with .1 1lio"M : : ..
BOH ........ ....... ,.
NurthlImuuLIW"'I :.I 40 01' 11.0 It D' Jinorn /C.a a 11 nil" t.II ]I' ...
\ nnd \\nter "KuHii'Ient' to keep the tlCHEDl'I.}"' JWlld 4111' 10 M II 411 I' 0 '" II .. .....Atlantlo Bi'aeh...... .. I 7 DO aU U 41 u 4.G |I'I '
". III' al / .. ..
.WII. ". 00 JI 11 10 00 I'IJO"\ : ........... Mayj>ort........... 41 a 11 SO n i 10\ i
p.iitnri': Kiceu when till niln falls. tn Leav.. 3 30 p. 111. . .. . .. . .. . . . . JI.CkMOIIVIll... . .. . . ... .. .. .. . .. .Gr V.-T'Otl" ii: .. I
... . . . . .. .. .. . I.e..v.. II co -== _-=-= __ =-_ 7.-=-="-- ==-
time has combination Le..v.. II 4 I" III. ... ..... .. .. . . .. . . .l'ah.lk.. . . I" In. == -
come on n man u 1..lIv.. 3 I") ... III. ... . . .... . .. ' .....t..r . .. .. . . .. .. . .. :. Leav.. :Jf I" 111.I..v. .
mcir rtmcrritci i>v cuiicuiiio. hard to "I'ul.-H. II. Iiignini In .. 4 au ... III. . . . . . . . ... . .. Ht. .rnn..I.. . ... . .. . . . .. .. l.eav.. 2 '"' p. IU I'ENINSUIAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT l BlUHI.
Leave . . .. .. .. . .. . .I..r..1 (H.I..nd) . . . .. . . .... Lellve I ("''I'.IU.Arrlv" .
lag cMiItlriitlon "MpruylnK' nnil furtlllzIng Farm and Knnch.To II 30 a. m. . . ... . . . .. . .. .. .. . SIInl'orli . . .. . . .. .. .. . Leave 0311 ... 0..
'iKi'iilt i>H conditions fiiroruble to Arrlv.. 10lIlIa.: m. . . .. . .. . ..... . ... .:1I(8rl'rIHe.' . .. . . .... . . .. . . ...I.ellv8 10110 a. III.Gen'l Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. COIn pan) For

the inultlpllontlon, cnrciillos uud ulllo: Cure u Cold In One I>ny Passenger and Ticket Office. 122 w. s y St.. Jacksonville;

of oth > ,>.sW.. WciiN, nud KHISH grow HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
r KUOMO Tab-
".1\1. LRnol'tOolUER.: : JR.. AKltt. Oen. Pa.... Ajtt. '2 W"Ht Jlav St.. .JlICk.onvllle. Fla.W.
unrestrained, tree tojm boconio deimo' iotn DrnggiHtH! rptunri' the money If It O. (;OOI' ;lt. Jr., Local Frt.Attt. J'l'k.onvlllo., O. P. J.OVELL. Snl'erlnt.nlent' ..Jackllollvllle.l' .

and the coiiHi-iiui'iit ln-uvy foliage affords fails to cure. K.: W. Orove'H Hlgnatuie A. O. -OEUTV.. U..n'l ElUtt'n 1.'..oot... Alt.HOlCan;Sow tit.York. .J""k..nnvl" ('I.VIIE 118. "M 1"I I.XI. !:, lI..n. Frt. AI/'t.; Xew York.TlIJoU. TbK.e Ttma TablRfl ahow thn time* at wblob tralnn may tm i-xpiK'Uvl toarrl\.. ut nn...1 I .miit,
dr-pp( I Hhiide. The In-ti'cts an un- In each box. 2.:;c. lied OOHH rharmacy.JOll u. tOJ: <:U, lIenerlll I\h"laltI". Wl\I. .. CI.Yllt: 011I ('U.. neneral Agents. from the Boveral 81I1U"" .. but thnlr arrival or duparturn! at thu tlniuH Btiitiol. \- n' i n i"iwnii1nor ,
ClsturbtHl, llioy tlnd protection iigulnst <::1I..ellrollllI IInllllllll(. I 8..te. Bt.. OPI'.lte' lI"ttory l'Krk. N..w York.C. In tbla Company to be hold responul ble fur any dclaya or any oonneiiuonuoa ai IHII| 't h, i<"(r ,m,,

natural enemies, and tliclr III-OITMHOA' of PRINTING( done at this. ofllce.A H. 'VALTOY. AJcllt. TItIlolvUlt'! PIa.

.. .. .. _.. .. .. ::
development go oil iiucheckftl.Thu -- For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

factor of locution him nn Influence. Vrprftiiltle 'Vnrlnllon.

If cultivated orchnrds/ nro iu In the. pnrly Hprlng, when there U n "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

clone proximity to 1 badly ne /:lectc-il prcbnrdfi great Hcarclty of frosli, vegetables I Atlantic Coast Line R'y.
J. D. RAHNER Asst. Qen'I Pass. Agt. ST. AUGUSTIMR FLA.
: or to liodlett. of timber In which chicory and Hplnnch \bolug about the ,

the native food plants-hawthorn, wild oyly resource of the housewife tender
abundant young hop sprouts arc exposed for nnleIn Effective June :3, 100.:>. The schedule figures for the !'tIny port Kranoh oDd
crab uud wild pltuii-lire The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Kxcurslon tickets
such orohiirdM' / may bo. Invaded by curoulloa the Urusspls (Ilplglum) innrkpt and< sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November. HomeatenH Extension IIH nliown on above time-table, Itan. been changed, .ul'htlnnal'

<< and the fruit jroatly Injurod. are lu great demand during the "Reason on trains belnf put Into I HOI vice between JackHonvllle and l Mayport and tli<> .crvc!

It "Heein' poMNlblo. to attack the curoullo which lasts. from March 15 to TO THU KAST1. beteenJ1nml:- : and HomeHtead being educed to one train a day each way Icavlnc

In throe. different ways. : April 15.: Tho sprouts' nrc cut from the Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Hichmond nnd Washington, thence Miami 8 a. m., and leturuinR: loave HomeHtead p. m., arriving! Miami 1 .':"M>. m.

1"lr"t.-l\y upruylnir! with nrHonlcalpolHona. foot of bop plants which have beencovered via the Pennsylvania Kallroad.TO For correct Bchedule see' any Agent of the }<'. E. C. Ky., or for pocket tin*

Thlt! method alms nt tIle destruction with earth during the winter card addrens the A. O. P. A.Southern.
of the adult or beetle Btiiffoof months. AVhen theW.tb la removed Til 13 AVIC8T.
... .. .. .
the tender are cut care beingpxerclseil - -
tlie Insect only.Second. The Louisville & Xashvillo, via Montgomery. The Mobile Jc Ohio K. K.
: to loavo suQlclent to form
.-Hy destruction of fallen
fruit. Thin method of attack films lit new J sprouts.. -Gardening.CROP '1'O''I.'HI 13AHT VIA STI AIUSIIII". Railway

the VKX and lurva' "stages" of the Insect.. Via Savannah and Ocean Stoaniship Company for Now Yoik I'lilladeUIhla Bos

All fallen fruit miiHt be taken Into ton. Via Noifolk Hteamcr to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via bavnnnah -

account, not only the InrKer/ fruits thnt I REPORTS I and Merchants' nnd Miners', Transporttaiou Company for Ualtl- KKFKCTIVK: MAY K, HUM.

fall lu late munin.-r. hut more particularly more nud 1'hlladelplila. "I)
the small apples. that fall In Preliminary returns to thu chief of Two Ve.tlhulo Tralllll } lIl1t. No. S I No. 20 NOHTH ASD WIrr.!:!

The fallen tho buriMii of statistics! of tho department TO IU1Y WKST ANI> HAVANA. I.v .Ial'k.ouvllle . S.. Ry 0 1'111' 7 Mi' I.v Jack.tlnville. Jo'III. -:::- .. .. I:' ;I.ii'Lv '
Juno nnd early July. 1'iirly Je.u". ... .. .. . . .. . .. .. 114111. ''' 01<',. LvJe.III'. "... .. . . . .. . I'' '
fruit Is usually I Ignored'' but Is really of agriculture. on the acreage of Via Peninsular & Occidental.. \. Company Lvt4avallnllh. . ... .... .. . .. .. I ..I' U I a ArM".II.. .. . . .. .. .. . :dmM
from tho "standpoint, of "spring' \\bont sown Indicate an urea -- - Arl'.Iumhla. . .. .... . .. .. 116l'p 1I".u ArAt'alltll.II"' .. .. .. . . . '
more Important I .. .. ... . . .. .. IIII Arllo"e.lla. .. . .. M
Ar ('harl..tle. 10W'I) a ..
attack on curcullo thnn the Into fallen of about 1T(1KCKH( :! ) ) acres, an Increase Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points I Il11I.gAGI1 II ArAreenh..rn.. . . . .... . .. .. Ila... 121111' Arllalt..I1.... . . . . .. ," \..
fruit because ovlposltlon nUll larval I of 472.00O) acres over the estimate oftho I Ar IIIn.llle .. .. .. . .... .. .. :l Ia :I ''''p ArI.huttllll..I:'... Tc"".. .. . . .,

.levelopnient are' nt their, highest early acreage sown \lust 3 par. TICKITS. I rR 'I""OIIII .. .. ..... . .. ..- -611II.1142" Ar IeJllnt..II.:lnclnnaU. K1() ....". .......'. ''jrLvnl'hb :\ Vfs :

The acreage reported as under barley rjl. . ... . .. .. .. 43 ,. 4201'Ar .. . . . . . .:" I-----;- .., II'A.
In tlu .. .
8cn..on.Thll'd.CI1ItI'lltlon. tickets good over 1J,000:: miles of among tho principal 1..I.lllelnll..II.O. !
Interchangeable mileage ('lIlIrl..tt.ovllle.... . . .. 11114a 11111" .. .... ... ; 111IAr
This method ofnttack 1 U less than that sown last year by ) rallioads lu the southern states are on sale by the principal agents. Waohlnton . " . .. .. .. 01\4111\ Ifllll" Arh'c.' !( 11 'tu
the Insect In about IT2.1KK) ) acres, or 3.4 per cent. Ar 1<..lt".re.... .. ... .. .. 13''''. 11.26" 1.velnclnn..II.O..I.. .. J.lllp.. ;, it.Ar i .
Is dlret-ted' ng'ilnst: For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write' W.Ht 1""lnciell'hla.' . . . .. .. I 461' 2 Mp A'Jhl"a!!". III.. .. . ... . . "
the ground! and may nlTeet the thivcI The acreage/ under spring rye shows: UOYI/iTON" Dist. Pass. Agt. W. D. STAUIC Trav. Pass. Agt. Ar X"w York . . 01 I. ,at'li' I.v (" 1IH'fn".. 0" .. .. .. C 11.\ II
FUAN'K O. . .. .... .. . I" "
a reduction of 3.8 cent from that .. .I II/'o.; III :
138: West U.iy St., Astor Uulldinjr N..I4i.v: vork 8nI FI..rl.la. Ex'r"H.! 'rOall
. . .. . .
sown last year.Iteturns M. EMEKbON, Trallio M.in.iKer.; : \V, J. CKAIO, Gen'l. Pass. Agent.WILMINGTON. : )" 1'111111"11I n..wllljt ItIK'on MI."lrg C..r. I'ort I.v rln'I..nati.' 0..... . . ..C.I.! , ....
to the \bureau of .statistics N. C. TalplI an" Jk..nvllh., to ew York. {, 1 Ji il.. :::.:.:. ::.. I ; ;\a
.. .. .. .. ,, ..,....31)-.W..hlnlton IInI, FIn....." Lhnlt"II." .- . .. . (t..;, ."1'Oall '
cliow tlu total I area planted In cotton .. -- - --" I.vl "'cfnnatl. !). .. . . . I.:' .. loa
Pullman Ur..wlnlC ltonon Blo"l'lng' (;l1r. !
.. . .
.... ...
t M '
ArP. JrJt.I :
In the United States' up to May 25: tolw J."k..lIIe'oNewYork.
____ J.v (" 11.'natr;(). .. .. .. .. JIll: ." .111'
> about/ 28.12il.tMMi: acres, decrcnso. SiEJ.A.B: <:>.A.. JI:> "TilE LASD: 0. 'fliE SKY" I Xo.SO: Ar ('lev1..611.. U .. . .--,,: 'I' : .111'.1&Throngh
) or 11. & < . :! '
of about a.OlO.lXX ncres lg. __. J.vr."xn.I"nl! y. : : i"" ,
rent, from tlio total acreage plualetl I.v ."...k."vllI.. 1111 ... .. . .. . .S... R-) ;;.-MI'-- At Lmllovllle, Ky. .. . ... . . rI.v
AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR avnnnllh .! 12 1/1... r t-.IA' I OAr :
" '" ''' '''' '' :: :: ,, ,
lust year. <:o.nonhla.S.U.. . .:.':. ... .... . 111)('" A..nnIHlon. Ala.. .-.. .. . . .. ".
. . .. .. .. ,' 1Ar \ tiir"
Ar A.hnvllle. N. C. 1III"/ A" I .
. . .. . . . .. .. . .'''" .
HntS'rh.t.! . X. C. :A 371' .."' !' .. ... ... .. ..
A r K"nJlvllle. 'J'olln. . .. .. . .. .. .. .. II '14'1' > Ar Kanaall City, 1110.. . ..... . . i 0Kzrvllcnt >.
','\ . .. ..... . .. .. - ,.,
Ar IAmlMvllle. " lIua .. .. ..
.. . .
CetSCOTT'S SAVANNAH, ArSt.Lonl...... .. .... .. ... 011111'/ .. .. . :
ArClncl"nlltl.n .. .. ... . . . .. Q.'lC III. .. "rottl.rnM.) ! Ark -
N o. 1 Ie or a
.. 1,1IInlf..t
: veMtn".le trIO"' tbronlClI d..y .
t/L n SI"I'Ilng Car I..wee.. Jack ....vlllo an I man 141",11.1Carll. ; JII"kll""vUI" I.. "" .tnn.tloClllIInnull. .

Till: Al'l'LK\: CUKCILIOntnges }:NLAIIua'. . Two Elegant Trains Dally . ;S... 13-1''l1m..... IIrawlnlUn"lII; Sle'l'llI,'.. ", t"
h..tw..n .Ja'k.onvllle. IIIrllllnltlllllll.
-larva' )pupil' ami beetle-but Uaioro Ulnlng Cur Rorvlrti Kannas City anil Colorado; Sprint.AKIUVAL8 _
\particularly lntt>iuliil to ilostroypnpne. Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.


The majority of tho new crop of InMpctit From New York Washington, to-:No. 2O, "Wanhlngton. and Florlila Limited.*. "....

nro In tho Krouiul ilurliiK July MODERN PULLMAN EQUIl l\IE\ T.ON From >;'e" York VaxlilnKton. eto-No.33, "Wanhingten. anil Florida Exi' >re.." H _"''P"'

nnil< .\U I114t. Short exposures: to direct Jacksonville to New Or 1 cane. From Clnrlnnatl AnlieTillo eto-No :2 t'J, WaHblngtou) and Florida Limited". . """II''".
Through Hleepers ,'.
LINE Operating Dally .11.
fuiullKlit nro fatal to both larvae When you go to a drug store From Chicago Cincinnati, Atlanta etc.-No. 14, "Florida Limited"T. . . ... .. .

anil pupae. AnU ami other priHlaroousIDHPCH -- -- ---
nn well oa birds prey upon and ask for Scott's Emulsion For full Information nnd sleeper reservations call on any Agent C3.1P8 LUS I>ist. Pass. Agt.,

both larvae and pupae. you know what you want ; the :;Seaboard or write Went I5ay St., Jacksonville KlaB. .

Iu the light of tht>si> fncta superficial man knows you ought to have A. O. MA.CDONELL r Allst. Gen. Pas*. Agt. S, C. UOYLSTON, Pass. Agt.JACKSONVILLE .- :: . I'' I
Ullage for u iwrlod of thirty or morelarn Don't be surprised though II. HARDWICIv:, 1'. T. :M.. Wanhlnutoo>. C.V.. It. TA YLOE. O.I' A. Wnnhln.it n
from July 10 N cominondtHl liS anvfllclont : RooKS MOROAX A. O. V. A.. Atlant O,,.

moans of attacking plumurcullo. if you are offered something .. .. --
--- -
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--- ---- -
<: lse. Wines, cordials, extracts, 60 YEARS' -I

Lima llpniin In Nf.v Jcr..,.. otc., of cod Hver oil are plentiful FOLEY'S EXPERIENCE

Lima hctuiH lire Kt ttlni; to bo another but don't Imagine you are I

0\\ uncertainty.tho \lnet 1'n'l1lrh'r: vt> lo not ferl wo nt haeKrown 'all getting cod liver oil when you Visiting Cards and Invitations

fi'rtalu whcthor we will harvest n crop\ take them. Every year for thirty KIDNEV CURE

nt BO many bloixtmiM uud tiny pod.i ivlrop years we've been Increasing '

prematurely. Womo' of us have the sales of Scott's Emu !lon.1 Will euro any caso of Kidney TRADE DESIGNS MARKS

tried to overoome this by leaving only I or Bladder disease that is not . . COPYRIGHTS, Ac.AnTf .
one plant to a pollnnd trimming that Why ? Because It has always beyond tho reach of medicine. >n on<1ln a.krfrh and iprlptlnn mar
I whether an
niil 'Mljr Marerrmtt our f ilniniime
one, but with only partial BucceaN. It been better than any substitute invention In pmlmblv l>iil wimble. Conimimlrmlloimmrltftlvr -
GIVEN; UP TO DIE. inHtlnntliil.' HANDBOOK on I'atentae
would be tntpii'.itlnjr to know whether N. Virginia St. ETantTtlln.Imt. .. (' pMenll' .. -PRINTED AT-
for It. R. Sptoirel. I9H:: nt fnHW t t HII nrv >r "furiiiy
planting ou n hlllil.lo. vfticrc there ..write*s""For over four Tears I waa troubled Ci>iit' tukvl. throuithi Munii (;u. receiverjwrlol
with kldni** and bladder abaction.! I lot lle.U .notic*. wlfhnjt chmye, la tbe
was g.wd IIlr have In this
drulnntro. and wai unable' to vork. Threo phyalelanK falleato
, respect fared any bolter than our on Send for free eem"t. help me aaJ 1 .mm.D.f..1 die, Folor Scientific Jlm ri ane

I the Hut river lundi.! I have been unable Kidney Car. wa. nc relief. and after and taking the on the* A liandnnmelv Illnntralxl. weekly.. T anreit firrolmloil -
botUe me irreat
*** kmrnal. Ternie. (1 a
to try It mynelf.' n* our farm U teouuii bottle I was entirelj eu....." t any .oleimllo \ .
SCOTT ft BOWNE, Ch mUta ; nr : fnur month*, f u Bulil brail newidraler* OFFICE
not high rnonjti nhove the 1'1"1'1'-11. C. 403-413 Pearl Street, New York Two Sl*.. 50 Cents and 91.00 MUNN & CO.3GtBrC3adwa'- New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

Taylor. SOo. and S1.0O. All druggist Bed Cross Plmrmacjr. firanclt tJ"' "". tea r lilt..WaobOD"...... IX U



SEPTEMBER :20. 1905.


.. ..
Hmrf H..otrnnJ Tl'on... .u.
Llttl* Known bat "".....tln,. ""lOr
HOTEL West Pay nnd Cedar !)troot Uuml Cuitlltr.ITie riiintn.Amons .

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Barringer Is a bright red apple, : tho strawberry plants now
: underlaid wIth yellow, of uplendld nppeariiucu there is ::1 .small brownish caterpillar
American plan, Centrally located. Just built and opened and nnuinal quality. It ha* that fold:* the leaflet by tirlnglng the
but fonip npeclrnens 1- together and fatenln,*
stem surfaces
cooking uml good table.] Hot and Cold Water n long, slender upper" LOCKING
this season. Fine have tendency to produce a lip Uu'in by "KllKen, conH. This U the strawberr -

Baths Elevator, eto. Five minute from nuy wharf or depot. All at the'steni' end. In which CUKU the stem >' leaf roller, and It feeds. upon thosulix'tauce
. of tlie leaves until they look

I B.eet oars pass the door. Rates, t:>,, to $J..">0 per day..rs. brown nA If scorched.

.rs. A.J.WALKER, Proprietor. It Is ut time* nil exceedingly,: destructive
I pest and bin been considered. tho
(>-- of tho Insect enemies of

New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA.On the most strawberry.There!Injurloua. T .OKLEE3LOCK:
are three or four brooch In ascason .. ..

the Ameilcnn ami ISur,>v><*nu" 1'1.Lo-. in the!' south. It I 1:4: hardly: pructl-
I'mier new l11'h.' 1(8mAnt. Nmvl. innii lie.t. and renovuted. A pleasant, cable to attempt to light tlie first brood.
family home. Rates", : American Pliin, $.! (lit and Si: ;50' ; European, .Victa became the larvae spin\ a web about
and up. All cms form Union titatlmi stop I\t, the di>oi. the l.'iif. under which they stay, thutpreventing >
II. W. HANCOCK, 1'ioprletor. the proper) application of Insecticide' : : :.

The beautifully" located Kivemlde Hold nt iiccn Ooe Spiiugs U under the '.

B.imo management. The be..t way of light IUK tlll'1Is to .
wait until tlie straw berries! are nilgathered
BAUIUNOCIIIs Al'l'L which time the larvae or
Windle JACKSONVILLE, F ,OltlD.\. nho\\n hi : by folded leave*,
Hotel the
IIII'what t-hortcnud us the nre within
ew > 1I< pupae -
10 East' Foisyth Street. the plants
the Illustration. This. apple was proilueetl then mow the t\c'lollll\1ll1l1. w

cool first-class In appointments.\ The best In I'olninbln county, N. 1'., whereU to remain In the HUH for a couple ofcl.iys ami labor. It will\
of City airy loomsy time
Center ; it money
the following them llKhtly Invention as saves
Is. locally known by after which cover Is a now "ntlll'ol\t ,
#:J! to :$2..">{0 Ameilcan plan house lu the city. Open all the year. European I names: Trlde of tho Hudson, I'oon with straw or mulch and burn them work horizontally upside down or at, nny antrle.; It U Impossible for tlio ropoto

$1 per day, one peison. Free bus from trains and l steamships, Near and Harrlnger. It has many good o\er. When the plants] are very thick attachment Is nsod In this le
plan, tilnifer
when locked, and no I U ver or ropo
to coimnenuIt straw. slip
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH rmp.SI points as a and splendid' characteristics commercial variety f.if they burn without the vice. Theio Is only one rope to hoist, lower and lock the loud, and It Is Impossible

early winter use.-American Agriculturist. WINDOW BOXES. for tho rope to Jam or chafe, anil tlimit U. nothing to get; out of orclot

Anltlg:7.Io'JOIUHA.: .
-- Then** din nil In i* AiT..lr. llnitlilly lleroitilitu In this oilKlnnl tacklo block.
COLOR EFFECTS. ? Fn.lil..M..l le. May bo BOPII at James riltdiaul Son's; or at the, AIIVOOAIK ofilco, Titnsvllle.

The fomlnesM for porch garden, window -
Ailtlo* Il..ar.aril I n it llnriiumr I" and balcony bo\es and tub .plant\ ..
Seabreeze, (Daytona
Head b,) Floiida. !'I..r II. Is r.ll'hllOil the lucrensiIn" many
The K'nrlsh nwo of scarlet tfi'runlimm, entitles, particularly In Xew York .'lty.whl'I' ,
calceolarias and blue lobelia In roof gardens, lintels: and slm :
The only Hotel on Daytona Reach Open the Kntlie Year. yellow (
tlu bods. has often been condemned.Ki4iully liar resorts luue been setting a 1.(00.1
lililMon 1 is tho flout- netting of example:': by the mo of \pit tint", bay trees.
It la a home-like hotel at a rensoc able pi ice. Klectiio lights; and all modern bllxht carnation pink;; and m-inlet' jjeriiniunirt. ami deeorntlvo plant. arrangements. It

,Dveniences. Sea food a specialty. First-clans lively in connection with the It la u Mil fo rule] that this deep 14 only HUn a few years\> that this cus

,tcl lutes $2.00 per day' nod upwards. :Special weekly] and by the season. Ten pink; or pain inajcentn should not bt toni became notlceabje.Kor .
placed within "tdKht, I of \crnilllon or windows bllconles: porches am
.;li grade furnished cottages on the bench in connection with the Hotel. Special blood r...l, whether tho latter colors the 11I11'111"'trlof roof/ gardens. tho styltof Bmij,

Mention given to traveling men's comfort am yielded,, l h y other pelartroulunn.' boxes used U. us: various as the utvliltectnre .
brick; \\ulN, shrubs", or pcreuntaN. It of the house, the t'i"tes of' tin .
li. J. HOLT Proprietor.OLI
i ..
eoleusi. *I are
fact that of tho iniiiinfaetmcr
l Is u peculiar owner" or the Ingenuity
charming cither with iiltiks or rixK: 1'11111'I'"t., Some are of claim, -

,Used", with the latter they look brownish rate workmanshiplth Inlaid tiles aiiic"ired THIS SHOW
> HKAltltinCXi: :, GOODAM, The \.. ; with tho former they IW'IIhut u wutxl; oihcis aro iniidc of pint! FRONT
deepened, tint of crimson. painted 'gl-cen nnd their cheapncsH\ hidden THE
The l.ivender: bluos. of violas t. iitforu- by luvurlant massc-s of droupiii.; : OF'.THE
verbena, aster*, etc. are out of
turn, Vlllt'KVherc.
[ Seaside Inn DAYTON1 A IIEACH KLA.Is place in a Blinded front Kirdoti beforea \ the leakage ean do Injury ot WALTONPAT.BLOC.K THESE ARE OUR

gray or white house. Wurm colors \\"h'I'(' tin* l I"x Itself Is: MlltlIooIt'IIt1V11.111. PATENT LONG-
are needed: there or the "" /Olin-IIII'" n bio a stlne ov tin lining Is iiHcd.: Soue
for the Hummer neason under the management; of the owneIIOKACK Ktirden, ROLLER BEARING
now open Hold of calceolaria*. Such a are strtri; Jil'Hpin!.
STJo\V AUT. Handsome" nnd l new, situated on {)l\ytm'l1 very prctt.iiitiilrs
\ K. : bodileil. out vlth th! brown nn well us'" SHEAVES.
Beach, the hotel Is modem In all its appointments, with Luge, airy, jdeai} miitiMJ vlolai -
calceolarias! warm
the Bold
and I'lur.
overlooking the ocean and opposite Healing's; Casino
ant rooms
ntocks] and inters,
atiil. deep purple'
The surf bathing Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. ,
HORACE F. hTEWAKT: Owner and Manager. will be exceedingly:: beautiful. Pink .
and crimson .stocks asters ami /jceraultim -
-- -- - thin iintunilly
-- would also mitt

TITUS VI r.LK, cold! looking garden or scarlets would ",

be attractive. Tlie "('lIrll'tllllre too Kenerally .'
iilaool In the hottPMt looking ,
sputs that <-uu b
opened. :Kverything; at this boarding-house ia now ami np-to-d.iti" \\ freijuently Marguerite: ciiruntloiM -
ouisine and service llrst-class with reasonable rates.. Good and polite atentton. bedded out In a Mhndoil )il.ico,
1\1 HI'i. KATE MVEKS, Manageress.F. This 1 Is>' an error, not only becmiMo tho
A. LOS LEY. Assistant. plant: will not flourish and give theproper

EACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLK, FLA.Fhatcl.iss ( I abundance, but also vf ou bloom account except of\ the Infuiiislilno r Q) lL 5.Walton .

I chilly effect given by carnation foll.lgc.Mnrttnerlto ( .
Hoard at Reasonable Kates llestaurnnt and Retail (iroccry I Imncction. 10 carnntlons>' and eole\HcM,

MRS. M. r.. PEACOCK l'r<..p.CI with an edging! of rethrum uureiiui,

look very natlsfylng' ns cotnbliintlnii

Ul'l\HJU x. c. for a bed' In a vivid I g''cen ImMi In til"

out In patches It never

Mlworth Inn ItlLTMOKE, X. C. haiidMome. One, no pink matter one how\vliltc excellent, uue 10.(0101-tli"plants. -Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves

M-.AIl: AS1IKVIM.K.: : en, one blue ono mauve one veinletor
crluiHon' bod look npolty uml, poor'
garden. Tilersshould ''
when dotted over u
l be no"nc repetltloni: of the uio'tKtrlklng
; colors 11"(>11. The jicnrlet tint
EDC.AK U. )MOORE Proprietor. .
makes the prominent centerpiece or t'l

chief e\i"aiiMi" of one bed run lit> curried

>Inv YOKK.lotel out In u Henrlet !'L1gln1l. or curj"! '
Ing to Il notl'I'. Art dpniiuid* the r -[>etltlon ,
of nuy note I of Hcurlet In u lundscape -

and the: g.irdencr who troubl net Into a light framewoik of funcjiiitittlng
fflarlborough to remember Ihli will avoid, n ven.' with biiinbuo liandlus. Othcranru

common errr.r In bedding./ of wire mesh Hulllclcutly close II' I-
Mauve and purplen never Mhotv wellnever mcMlied prevent\ the IIIOMM with which
Broadway :yr.th and :IHthStieets: New York.
can be thoroughly iipprefliteilnhen they nre lined from coming through
1,ompletely Renovated and transformed, In every depaitmont. Most (cen set, as they freiiieiitly! are, elmby and hi these the plants are merely set, ,
trnlly located hotel on UroacUay. KLKCTRIO LIGHTS and TELKI'IIOXIn ) <: I a new red brick or red tiled lions.-. pols and all. uuil iu'" pots concealed. by I I! II III

Jvery room In the house. and Their proper place IM far uway cm tin moss.Tho. I I Ii
KL'ROPEAN: PLAN'100 Room aw bath rooms. Rates: $1.50 upware lawn* or In jrravel. .settings, wlierc.i'. people who tale pride In adorn
and bath *:J
with bath. Parlor, bedroom
and upward
without bath. $2
white of h1'11'I1M.It" 01 'v lib tlicsithlnxs !
inn ipward. I'arlor two bedrooms and bath $."> and upward. the op gray In;( their residence fronts
stucco shown them up to perfection.KnnrlrM t\ru\ Invaluublu advance agenti.
fur! the local Hot 1st, who .should nmki;
E.: M. TIERNEY, Manager.( In V loir... It his. liiislne,H. to c-ncournge It by furid -

---- - -. The violets preferred In JIll I tI nJf",. :"liliiK the right:' sort of fllllng and

riitlnOelphln mid \\'iiHliliiKtnn nre the Hound ndvlee on their care, for It will
/'-_. Lady Itntue rnnipbell, with Its JI.tht; | nut In; l lulI',( beforu Imitators will bufoiin ------ ---

..J ( colir and the darker Faripiliar. InNew I on all Hides, and Orl4'lltllnPM I thu .
[ r _r.l York the Marie IX>IIH! 1st preferred. house fronts of an entire block with 'fbelle long)! Roller Hearing hlienvvp, which are looked upon ns tho (create*

J !. This Is dnrk, like. the, I'ariiiiimrSingles fev exc-efitloiw, urc turned Into u verltn utl-friction roller bearing In the world] nro without ciiges to hold tho roll

,'1 IIc'l1!! well In I'hlladelphlii, !,!i> parterre of rl"'I1I1I1.1 b'-lght rolorIM In place and therefore are far more durable and run with far lcu friction tua

'11\19\ "" ) thongii; not in Xew York, Hnltlnioru I or tie! reHtlt! of the mtcccMsful missionary the old-style cage. The sheave ciiittlngH Are made solid, landing double th

"'nshlnJrtlJn-fJ. K. Holme work of Oil!! (lower lover,-flardenCalur train of the skeleton Iron Khoavrs.THOUSAND .

-. III .
....JtI. The nmldlnir ! . .. ,
..;..;; (
The operation of bml'llug Is dimple In Tr<>v>.

J" ,. .;;t; e;;.;..IO.,.,. ... 'r' BlIlU] bo performed with great xpcci) The variety of coloring of trees" IMrrcognlztil *! OK THKM bV.LLlNCt IN TIIK: NF.W' : KNOLAND STATES.
: ,. '.10-- --- by expert: : 'ddern. Tlio" work Is usually 1 by all !but rarely 1 Is> U taken
-' _P'--. < .= ': ,. ". r clone In July, August or ('arlySCIJtcmlll'r. Into account when planting. In xprlng: --'or all kinds of bind nouses where a Tackle Block U fuecl-
,I'0_ _ Ii'i" ,, f' ;: nst the beech Is pfciilliirlybcnntlfn
'. ,:', for I mice,
... -
":: .. ; :,v, 0: --S, : i : :- ii- : 1'ir ,. during Its budding seamm,

...-- --'>':'%l : r 4 "Jj A I.IHI llatrh <..mrtrn.t . Nor Vhoulil", we forget the warming:
.., ', , pnftftix hy (a Kirlim. a HUlA Dutrh Ira,>
of tho willow
: Inlluonre" !golden upon
. ::" ... ...... d. ntVfhrre
-oJ --, .. .: I nuef''t and prrtty tolrnr: )?rwll"urtrfi ths liiD l) ('n[>o In winter and earlyiprlng.

..:. ,,' ", ;/ ;;?Q'YhWr7cr.."T.'m-- '1> -." ,' y, :. '-",III ptl1lo.> ..n'nl IftmaO-n an-1 Unkn and vTo Walton Self-Locking Block Co, ,

>n ; 1It \ Keep Ahead of Cuecullu.
I : r'tfJ2' t I'I'J; ( : .- raw (n that ..."I"n. thnt llttl Dutch Jar plum an '
'oi t "; : fA' .i-ti' ; i fir Jen.A early morning when tho curcullon. are
: f': ,, ohi.hby ufchrrnn with a ppndnAn torpid and let tho chickens eat them
,. ,J.. b ;',t --4' : t I ...) lf. 1).: ...' ", _.,> ... --29 a wntr.Ami or you will\ hare worray fruit.RIaUff .
.. "e "> ""; Hnx.. halrvd liltlo Dutch maid.Th .
r' -"' ''fJj} "- .I. l"" n n
-. ; "r
- ::
i-J" .; ?J1-j;: ;- J the Tall rinnU.imhllas. .
I. "' -i' : ) .
( i .
l r irruw In that garden, that llttloDiit JOB PRINTING
.. '
;:>" nnd
Zr. t .Jo'< "h irnrdn.Bu gludloluti liollyhoclu!
t. ___ _ J .. ri'iv flitwrr* lovely and< tall nil tall Krowhix planti Nhould N prorl .
And .arly bl>j.h ro.rm and llttl* pink /iii\ with ntakex us nested'
nut. iretch..n w.. falrtr than alt.Mr .
THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE lIaM Htocicl the Tent U. Yearn.Tli Executed at the office of the
h.art'a In that wardnn, that. IlttlnDutrh
mxrOrn: *. old original OIIOVB'S" Taatele
It tumhlcil rlaht In aa I pasiMd.MH Chill Ton to. You know what you are ,
wlldrrlnir max*> of rplnaeh an<1 taklo It I*. Iron and "a I 111.... Xo Wtn.. at the EAST! COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.
rG11 UOlmYA.omTAR FOLmJlONIYAftDTAR i itoP. And Onrtch It hold In" it 'a..l.Halll. forfn cure no par, "
Whltn,. lied Cro. Pharmacy, Tltu" lll ,
_.11. ._cib.a1.1uA G...., Galli.. Pr."M PD8u"a


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,t 1, s a" : ='EN'N'EY: & :se.6.: NNc.THE :: .

......... !
We h'ave been dealers in dia- *
I -- ' P1
stones ? The Sir Thomas Dewar cup ; :.:: 1'i.c1.Q.O"L'Lr .
IDIAMOHDSli Lino antlcipatln
I inoncls and other precious The popular Clyde
;.'Il : a large Increase in travel this winter bfts pity representing the one-mile :; Londers I

since the establishment of, our j: tional motor championship, -
: *********** ***********4: added another passenger steamer, ., ,',
k In
remain another year SHOES r.IANIIATTAN'SHIRTS, ;Mil I I I' ,
# not CLAPP ,
Ne' \
,q1, M for more than 20 years. :: Huron, to their lino plying ably EDWIN.
J *. business in 18"8+ und direct importers York and Jacksonville. At the meet In January, at CKOSSETT SHOES, E. & W. CALLARS K\ ;I'' ,\ I'ANn

i Louis S. SHOES FOR THE: I.i.l i.r .\ ]I I''
the middleman's profit= The steamship Huron, which, came off: the cup was won by THE QUEEQUALITY

f+, I 5 =We save you the stocks brand new In December, lib:!, Newton, who beat number .
The largest and must :
-K and ran from Boston to Char-leston and Fast cars. r! ,

it t { ?' 1: (b Jacksonville as a freight boat, has reo The trophy has been at the up-todate rendy-iundi. I't'
cr \vitiri: KOK ounCATAI.OHUK. since It was shown on the East ( '" ,,
been changed into tIl1stclallM A. A. headquarters! Q
gently :
/ from $0) to *::!LI'; '.
> K and the club price
My York for Jacksonville to Boston,
i .IKUKI.KItS' .V IMrOHTKItS.: passenger vessel), left New
''i It would be some time
10th l\I1d that
; : September ,
Jacksonville, Fa.ti ) Saturday: Low Cut Shoes, ti ,
St. ---- I from them. in t
41 Went Hay arrived there Tuesday morning. A cordial would be won away }t t leL

.***************************************************** welcome greeted the new vessel, ns I I Mr Ross has not made tip Leather Canvas, Peal; i H I d

1 -. do Vlcl Kid and Tennis; inn, ,
ti aC - Jacksonville realizes the importance of just what he Is going to Ica
-- for the Canvas $i.a tll> t II.I r
OTLO""''V" ANOTHER BANANA this addition to the magnificent Clyd to the Ormond-Daytona I
:J.=.t.. L. this coming winter. Mr win Clapp $0(\ 50.
RIVER TRAGEDY. Line fleet ces

The Huron has been constructed on tin, talking to an ADVOCATE :
the Our line of high art, tan,
from i
"Since a@
Between Ooorglana Lotus Satur most modern lines of marine architecture my
and have not \ Ing will\ stand the most m> i I ,,
DUZ day afternoon, Kept 23rd, 11)0.) ; four of with every approved appliance to been very busy I 'IOt
1 F .,
and boat tain, ,
the latest
to Fnr' Only ,
thought '
people went out In comfort safety and speed. lIer: give a tk
1'::. the Geiger young insure '.. .'
like to construction The hit ,
the same boat that figured in the other llmenalons are; Length; :100 foot, breadtl "Of course, I should ""II!
defend the but carefully studied and emil ,
tragedy just six months ago, to tin 01 beam 43: feet. Her saloons ard staterooms again and cup lerel
and and at less would suitor a great deal. We ask your inspection. In l'CIiOI|
drowned only highly
d.iy, when four were are commodious
before I lost 1lot ,, with this department, win,
two miles north! of the same place, and racti ye. Handsomer cabin accommodations 1[ was there 'OIJ.
desired ind when I got back I was so plate and up-to-date line oi' < 11180'; (: ,
at nearly the same bout But the young could not be reasonably A I74i'Kv
it took mo some Purnishiugs. Shirts of the tall Mati|,
people did not think of that: ; they went The quarters for the steerage passengers
out. The ., rattan brand III Madras < ,n. :,
out aboul The dining t;hinge! straightened ; andPerolles.ln
time rowing comfortable.
for a good ,
out are
t' =T;: cozy Is certain to occur again, and 1 both negligee am! -' ors> <
b I IIii4f't' ball a mile where the water was dealenough laloon Is forward and Is bright, spacious I'
t I '
would Earl & Wilson ( ?i b> ,
/' inawtefully locided whether it street: <\sot
.i for diving and swimming. Miss( and l cheerful. The smoking room r'1'CoRygf'
t r ., ,
ind Stetson II.its.: In factm ,
nake another attempt. Cceiry
of social
Dorm, beautiful young lady sixteen, fitted up and tbe
t ...'....._9. IOll'Clllrom: th. boat an,18 she dill ease and elegance. The decks I That William K. 4 > to well-dressed man'-, n ,, r( Oj ,

t' Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers. not come up at once, her brother jumped ire arranged to afford ample room for nuke tvn effort to capturo it SCHLOSS BRO&$( 0 Our line of neckwear In mm "i m". os,
+ taln. He could not get his old dote, in Strings, Ascots, Fom r n bin !
: Ales Stout, Etc. In after her and brought her to the >romena and left the place also made shapes. All 'h> .
t ind ne
1''t y'Seud mo your orders I surface, but the wind wan blowing, and i fine shade deck along which to take a ast January .vrw YGl0.'e up

l i I i TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA. the water was rough. While trying to onstitutional. The galley and the )>Rntry Since then he has been looking - -------- loloilngs. Suspenders, Sturknim r}
/ ( q other fast car Walter Christie lerwcar and Handkerchief A,, Dew
ri roach the boat which was only a few are neat and Inviting. As is well Mall otclcr, n specialty. I
and land It with his racer stock and of the beat grades!
yards away, his Bister slipped from hit) known, the fare on the vessels of
& CO. --- --- --
J. R. WALKER grasp! and again he dived for her and Hyde; Line Is unsurpassed., This fact is own> plans. --- --
T1TUSV1LLE, FLA. brought her to the surfaon. She got her everywhere acknowledged. The stewards Dr Harold K. Thomas ,
send his big
aims around his neck and almost! drowned and the cooks are capable and the indoubtedly James .........,9'..4...............................4..44.
it. S. U. ,
himHe finally got her arms loosened meals are appetizing and admirable. fter will\ 1LuuuAxl'rnprtutor. }(, 1 D. WAI'on, Rotl| .t..rt ,i j
number of others h'. A.
and tried to roach the boat again, but };Ivory waiter is attentive and passengers and a /

failed and hiM sister sank again. Three are never neglected.The It. In addition to these men .

r' '- times she sank and he dived and broughther I. Huron is a valuable addition to acturers will probably enter

I > to the surface, but when she sunk the Clyde Line passenger vessels. The all the Pope Toledo, White and 1 1x I

i kr i 1''t the fourth time, he iiived! again, but was asnenger traffic on this line is steadily erns. for I RED mum PHARMACY
the competition
Q That
1 jo exhausted he could not find her. It icreaslng. When one makes a voyage; ,
I Iti be keen there is no .
6 'r teems that the two girls that were still 01' a steamer of this line, one la certain K3H .

in the boat, wore too frightened to give '} take: other trips the same way. There The number of French cars I OH ..
been brought to this country
assistance or could not mane Is i home-like comfort and contentment on
s e the any boat. The brave brother took the__n Clyde steamers Every passenger lay be kept over hero and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA {i
fall Into
A ashore and the father was called I; feels perfectly safe even in stormy ones will probably j
f {,t I them hands to be lined at the races _'.t Complete Stock of-
others came also, and searched for the weather, and most of the patrons of .

until dark, but with sad and aching line leave the vessel reluctantly at the The English"automobile i
$ body will undoubtedly sund PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
until look :
it They
111 JJ,tI hearts: they had to give up close of the trip. the .
and bring
over try .
when the search was renewed, with pleasure to another voyage. The '
Jayllglit I
t { "OurPerfectlunTre/irtxrk-- the home of its donor. TT're80ilptions Filled with the ,
and about ton o'clock l the body came to Clyde steamers are ably and admirably! L _
; Tray Trunk for Sale and accom- It was a Napier driven by an Utmost Care and Promptltu.1e _
Celebrated huntIng attentive II.
y Jlas the the surface near whore they were officered 1; they are

,iFl -Call and BOO It- for it. modating. One is attracted toward themas Englishman, Artbur ORDER
valued friend forced Mr Ross to speed WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
school and
One of the sisters Is teaching one Is to a dear
t I -- -------- all the events In or
-- In
of White City She was With the Huron there will be five passoncor utmost

Robbins & Graham Co In telegraphed the vicinity for and she had only about :: steamships on the line from New the DewarCorninthlan and Etc
With harmony I Souvenirs
phies. Novelties
fifteen minutes In which to reach the York to Jacksonville. The other splendidvessels should AOVOCATE1'E I Toys
next series races
which Arapahoe, Comanche ,
}h ? (tnmnpnrateil.) 'rain.She/ came to the are the Apache held In the way of .
j% These thing ever
held at the homo by the Rev. Mey Iroquols and Algonquin.
1 UP CAPITAL $]: ,000.00 was Brmbei,:
nit 1 PAID ers. A large crowd was there to show will\ Insure your sallinggs a week. In tbe world over. Choice Line of Cigars::: Stationery, School Supplies Perfiimorv:

-41 .: T company owns bereaved five steamers, which Mr. Asa Paine, elected other art,' e- opts
the these and all
6 their love and sympathy to addition to East Coast Automobile i Toilet Articles, :Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies,
x- .A :LT: : ID s, family. The body was taken to Cocoa have large freight room there are the Florida \
and Onondago, vessels tion Sept. :2nd, 1005( vice by up-to-date drug i ii
On the St. for Interment; Sunday afternoon. steamers Clilppawn
Rlvoi Country;
; e I6e Indian\ Doris was beautiful gill, with a lovely built for the Boston line. They are Stock, resigned. i ;ar-'ie give prompt and careful attention' to all mail oidojs. ,
and Hay: of the
wki 4 e Luclo River; at New River on [She was loved by exclusive freight vessels and carry extensive Mr. Paine only son .................
.. ...
the times. sunny disposition. James M Paine, a millionaire ............4.......4...... ..
suit rush
1I :Binoayne. Prices\ to all who know her and will be sadly cargoes. When there Is a of Minneapolis I \ --
I'ii' Send for Land List missed In the family' Sunday school, the Now York and other vessels are sent owner --- ---- ---- ---------------- --- ..
Yo ; tainly one of the front rank ..........................
,l TitusvUlo and Miami. Fla. and school. Father mother, four sis.1.ters here. ....................
Yol Offices andn, a man
II.I brothers mourn her untimely William P. Clyde& Co., constantly car
--- and two Messrs.!\
--- ,
-- bred in him great !
J. h ; ; death. study the wants of their patrons, lego( life and : i.A.[ C.A. D.

r { *i East Coast Meat Markei ANNOUNCEMENTS.Kor whom they naturally invariably proud strive of the to enviable please. for for that clean which amateur of sport all\ modern tF

G. F. DUREN, Agent. They reputation their line has acquired;a reputation cal triumphs leads in the \ F G. 1,. Mandavlllo\ the Jeweler, Is ready for :

City Clerk. glnod: by work and worth. of distance-the motor car of l1uslne88 In his new location. :

a=: To the Citizens of Tltusvllle: The interests of the Clydes is ably It was Mr. Paine who first f
c::> 1t i
C' -" faithfully served the people olTltusvllle the Jacksonville end of and stated that the 1t
..... -- Having looked after at
would not
U2 ,::a.. for the past two years In the the line by Gen. C. P. Lowell the genial Minneapolis, slI\I'OI.tlcall''I"' :

c-:> = capacity hereby announce of City Clerk myself and a candidate Treasurer,for I superintendent, Jr., assistant, and Frank general M. passenger Ironmonger be lar a track party racing at trustee and that of he the I f I I Bate J\IIIROnl./ room I lIuI1.Unr.! I CfJ' Repair Poetmcsnnllciox.\ i

.ri 4 y t ,::a.. otherwise, to this Inhumane
w of the 1I. C
re-election. Yours I'e peotflllly.It. who ball been In the service *****
R. Pvt.EK. agent, for several years and who Is lIe believes that the *************************k******************* -

I e9 company extensively known to the traveling pub- beach is the proper place for ,

-- -- For City !Marshal/ high speed trials for all .DY dz ssO.:: ,
= lic.At records for motor cars, and 1 I E LS .. .
a To the Citizens of TltUHyille:: Tltusvllle the Interest of this popu-

SA I hereby announce myself a candidatefor : lar line is looked after by Mr. Chas II. safest, as well as the fastest -DEALERS IN-

1 i ll 4) v ?I'rUSVILLE' FLORIDA, the office of City Marshal of Titus- Walton, of the ADVOCATE who world: kind In the world. ; GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTSWe
Mr. Paine and family, go! ,
the his FERT0.1ZEG(
--- and respectfully solicit sup reader of this paper to buy MAPES
vllle, like every : handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents! ,'0010-
port of all law abiding citizens. TheircRont ticket, when going north through the tags at Daytonlabout deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all
l iiii A. MO11GAN several times and remain there until April drain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
onciimbont has, at Tltusvllle agent of the Clyde Line. Write us for prices on FI.A,
appointed mo as Ids deputy. If elected K. L. 1JRADY BRO.

: DEALER IXBICYCLES I[ promise to devote my full time to the IMPORTANT LAND CASE.Last NEW PRITCHETT-

duties) of the ullice. <>N"EE: :
= Contractor P. J. Hall, O
i = Yours respectfully week at Chambers at Fort Pierce, whStc
reporter, that
= A. J. HiootNiioriiAM.. In the case of Mary[ Sanchez, et al., vsWm. -Denier In-

M.\ Dallam et al., bill for partition erecting the elegant; _.. FRUIT, AH\
v CAUCUS MEETING. In the Circuit Court of lirevard county, the first of next ,

Wheels Sold Rented and Repaired of the Spanish grant: known all the So- commence PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

: and Repairing Specialty.. Notice Is hereby ,given: that: there will\ gul grant, Involving about 18,000 aores brick and lumber la all on TITUSVILLKWxn. FLORIDA. )
ti be a mass meeting of the white qualified of land, lying about seven or eight; miles This house which will be -

citizens of the Town of TitusvlHo at the north of TltunvHle\ which has: been

1 -:Shop next door to llakery.T. Court House, on Friday, Sept: 29th! for pending for about three years Judge South Tltusville\ just south R Walker
4 e ---- for tor Hall's residence, will be .
officers favor
the purpose of nominating Jones announced his decision
two stories, with an eight _
MOIJLEY said town of Tltusvtlle, to be voted on of the plaintiffs, and that they may taketheir ,
L. around the house, I Fancy GrocerieFruits :
at the general town election to be held decree for partition. I nearly and bath. ? c and : :
lain eight rooms
TITUSVILLE, FLA. on the 4th Monday October that bong This case has been hotly contested for I will\ .d Vegata'bles,
I The cost of this home ar:
of said month. and the decision Is quite .e. ,
tContrl\ctlllor all kinds of I'nlntlng, I a1.w the yird: day three years, and will\ ="
and 'CC-
00 4,000,
t3;> J;
t ,' ...lIIll1lng.l'\talnln\ Finishing amll'lIl'er The meeting will be called\ to order ul victory for Judge) D. L. Oaulden who, ment to the town. It will\ :E3o.'Y" Grain: : and.

flanging, at the most reasonable 1rh"econsl 8 p. m. on said d.iy. with Oeo. V., Walker of Jacksonville\ Sollclted-
; -Your Patronage
workmanship, with all modern
i tent with good\ E. E. ROI.I.INO! Mayor. represented l the plaintiffs! Oeo. M. The location of this TITUSVILLE FLORIDA-

Tltiuvllle\ and A. W. CockrelSon
All Work the East CoastEspecially Robbins being a corner lot, just
'+ ( on NOT NOTICEABLE. of Jacksonville\ represented tin perb, : it \ -4----
from Indian River, giving:
Solicited defendants.
vantage of being near the INDIAN RIVER ICE
I what want and Ret my Since learning' the name of the Tltusvllle -
3 i Let estimate 1110 know on It. you Prompt attention Correspondent for the Cocoa.Rock- BOUGHT AN INTEREST.Mr. yet escaping the .strong/ FLA. attB tI"

to all wOI'k.XX decided to have nc Ice In Sacked or loose. Special
I given edge News, we have held the prepared to furnish any quantity-
> II. i). Waugh who has CHURCH li my motto.
further controversy with him. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Falrdeallng
of In the Red Crosi
position pharmacist .
l I afford to notice antblnltfroUl T. T. WETMORE Proprietor.
E. Vesey Hall, We cannot had known Pharmacy, Tltusville for three or foul Rev J, R. Hawk, who has J
If we provlously .
pen. one-half Interest --
: I months past, has purchased vacation North for a few
I I GeorjtllnlFla. what we know now as to identity -
4 In the Owing Pharmacy, at Columbia resume work on
I' + ,i Boa"t: BuilderAgent : : the, there would and the have town been, for no It defense was not S. C., and will leave for that charge, Sunday Oct. 1st. lie SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADYOCAli

mayor place on the S.'trd: of next month. at City Point, at lOtfO:: a. m.,

for New Superior Motor. needed. Mrs Waugh's many Tltusville friends Gallle, at 7-JO p. m., Oct 1st.

? Hare 4 li. 1'. on band; call and see It. SEVICIIAI. CITIZENS.::! will\ wish him much success In his new FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING 'I

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