Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00419
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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: October 6, 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: VID00419
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS, NE'V noons.Wo 91cn and Hoys Fine Clothing. I w. r,. ))ou-lI\4 Shot'4. THE EUREKA FISH CO. AMONG THE HOTELS

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d I Topic" of General Interest. take the pleasure of announcing to Our Fall and Winter Stock Is all In I In Douglas Shoes you will\ have all The 111'in of Halle, trifle .fe: Co., has The ADVOCAIM is on file( at all the

our many holy friends and patrons the and opened up, which Is by far the most 1! that Is worth having./ In appearance been incorporated tinder the name of best hotels In New York city

arrival of Fall and Winter line of complete stock of to,date Men's and In and without a
Reading otlce ads are ten cents our np- ; quality style, they are the 1<:11I'eklo'IMh' Co., with headquarters'
r line on this page.; Hats. W 0 have had nothing that cnn Boys' Clothing and Furnishings, that i peer. The character of these shoes lift at Tltiikvllle, the application for charter \\'hcl'o to stop along the East: Count.

jvlion you subscribe for the ADv o- compare with our stock this year. Our was ever before shown In TltiiMvlIlnSchloHB them far above the common place. appearing! In those columns sumo wcoknngo. See lint of hotels and l boarding hoiiHCitvn

FTK by the year It does not cost you pattern huts me beauties and will be a Brothers Heady Made Cloth- They are plainly different. The ofllceis' of the company ore: 7thItgC5.I /

ae cents per week postage Included. matter of comfort, satisfaction and joy Ing, *x,00 to *1.00.(). The graceful models, the noticeable K. S. Terry of Columbia" H. C., president Tho Klnmeshn Inn, at KllmeKhlLake..

THE ADVOCATE to those that take advantage of the Paragon Randy Made Pants, $.:no to line leather and the smooth, shapely fit, ; A, J. (Giltlls of Titusvlllo, HOC retiiry N. V., huts been sold to Paul A. Shares,

$1.50 per annum. In advance. specially low prices we offer them at. 800. they know HO well how to !give, adds and general manager; L. W. Ifiillo, of. New York, for *:38UN( ). This popular

75 six months '. You can find a perfectly new stock, Knox, Stetson and Houser, Soft and distinction to the costume of whoever of TltilNvltlo, vIce-prpHldent\ and tieiVM hotel has been managed for the past

12.00: per an. to foreign countries. fresh from the mills and factories of StilT Hats; $l liO to $5.00.( wears them. reveal years by Mr. Paul A. Shares, whoIs

JCote date of expiration printed upon Indie'a furnishings, staple and fancy diy Edwin Clapp, CroHsett and l Southern Mull Orders receive prompt attention. nror.M: r. Terry, whit Is oleo uvHldont nod! the proprietor of the Now Hock lodge: *

ur paper or wrapper every week.No reed This goods, hosiery, gloves, etc. The claim : Fine /Shoes, $1 ,50 to $0 RO.\ J tJ I.W8 Kt.INK: :, general manager of tho Columbia Fish hotel, at Hook lodge, I III.

ii receipt for your money. to your attention Is the style and newness Manhattan, Quaker City, Montauk Tltimville, Fla.Mis. . and Ice Co., and owns tho Terry Fish
send receipt subscription.
r us to of the offerings combined with" and !Majestic Sliiitu 503. to $2 00. W. McGi! has sold Ms valuable boardIng -
t' date; j.tlveliit: to you.ADVOCATES ; Ar Ice Co, of Oeoigla, lias boon In town
for sale at the Rod moderate prices In every Instance. Your Schwab Clothing Co, Hoy's readymade R. A:. Brown left, yesterday, tills week, attending Mm lint meeting of! house property on Voluslit. avenue,

Tltnsville.Mr S inspection is coidially invited. suits and pants. Suits, $1..".0 to for her home In St. Augustine\ after a the stockholders, and attending to the Daytuna; known IM the Gables, to Mrs.

oss Pharmacy October lilt ushered In the beginning $10,110<> Pants Mh. to $:t.lio. visit of a week or two with lolatlvus In transfer of I the buslnexs of Italic( (lilllls.t 8, II1; ()Heley. proprietor of tile Stanley

R !.. Mot low left Tltusvllle, of the Fall season. No other store in Hoys' Shoos, Hats. and 1 VII\\>It. Shoes, Tltusvllle.Mrs. ; Co., to tho Eureka: Fish Co. lloimu. We regret to hear that Mr and

terday, for| Mulberry Tenn., on ant the city is so amply prepared to meet $1.i)0 .o $:.t f 00. Hats ;r;0o 'to $3.1N! (>( Craps, -! John Jones and children, of Mr. J. T. Knox lies accepted a position Mm. McOiltf contemplate removing to

|, to his family the coming demand for Fall and Winter 125o.: to 7;)". .lived In Tltusvllle Miami.' -Daytona Hiillfnx Journal.Ou .
limy in yesteidav, ns bookkeeper for this company.\ .
Miss Louise Brown left, Tuesday Clothing as ours. It Is not alone our We also carry at all times, complete on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs.E. September (ii I, Ml r.I'.1): Lengworthy

r Winter Park where she will enter say BO, but the evidence Is right; befoie stock of Ladies, 1\1I8Mt'liand Infants Vine W. Hall.Mr. 'Finn-areaud 'alnl1lhhaJ closed The !Motntoxet, Xurragansot Pier,

r her third term In Rollins Collejle.DEXTIS'l'RYSEE ; you in our store. Shoes: from $1.00) to tbe finest Queen 1C. I., and, then he left for I Florida to
Men's Suits, from S7..10: to fcJO.OO( Quality, $,!..->0.( Andrew .1. Grlffis, secretary of
I have and' have Installed oversee some Improvements ho Is makingIn
enlarged my shop
DR. FEIOEL.Tho 1S: .15) the Eureka Fish Co., of Tltusville left,
Young !Men's Suits, 0.0(1( to Any und everything that men and 1
and The lie will
a complete tinning plumbingoutfit Daytona.
Titusvllle Furniture Co., II. E. Abort: Pants Suits :351)I ) to 10.011( () boys wear, we have It, the very latest yesterday for Staike Fla? and points lul1(1ol'glll
and have a man who can .attoml return to Nunngannet Pier the latter part
knor. moved Into the Wager Grade moderate the best to recuperate his lieatlh
manager, High Clothing at pil- tyle.Ve buy ilmt money can of
to few
to your neellIln a skillful manner. spend a
},re building, on Monday. cespievutl our stock. buy. All goods. marked In
/; plain figures, -Mr. E. J, Stewart mother, Mrs All kinds of Plumbing, Tluwoik und

-Mr.tieo. M. Robbins, returned Tues- All kinds of Bo)'. and Gent's Furnishing strictly one price to all. ,). S. Stewart, arrived lln Tltusvllle, >estonl.ij Bicycle repairing done on short notice.W. !Mr. 1VIIIham11. Lore, a prominent hotelman
1 Goods-fresh lot MAIL OKDEIiS A SPECIALTY.I'KVVKY ] from Fort of Atlantic City N. J who has'
route to
|y, from a trip to Winter Park, where Pleico I1n I'. Oil.m .
JOHN.: It. WALKER A (;0., their old home l''l.i.' leased the Klvnr View hotel, at Moirett,
at Atelier for
) placed his son, Master Rufus, In Rolfcs & llUANNINO, < : a Tltusvllle, KU.Mrs. .
will be down In November and will make
College. TIIK lTl'-Tn-DATIt MKN'M AND 1101"'"
Floiida. Improvements In the hotel. This
Tltusvllle CioniiKiis ANI) KUII.VISHKHS, T, Blake Walker, of Jacksonvlllo. : many
!.ME IUER OUR BARGAINS IN -The unusually early fall and winter popular hostelry will no doubt have an
Tltusville, Fin., returned to Tltunvllle, Tuesday,
:soap. Bed Cross Pharmacy. -Mr. and Mrs II. K. Oxner are now North, signifies the earlier departure of exceptionally line season under the rtblomanngemont
from visit with her Bitter Mrs. F. T.
cosily domiciled In the Episcopal rectory the tourist for the East Const of Floilda. of Mr. fore,
j and Airs. A. D. nnd
Judge Penney -Ln t Saturday, Mr. O. F. Durcn, had nudge at Miami.
They moved on Monday.Mrs. Our' streets should be cleared of nil
righter, Miss Laura moved on Mony a new metal awning placed on the Cm* Mr. Frank Cullena, of the Windsor
grass, weeds and rubbish, and private' -Mr. Will Mathers, of Eau liillle: arrived ;
| to the home of Mrs. Albino Brady, Eva J. Blair, of Merritt, was in rutbeis barber shop Mr. II. N. O'Neal of the Aragon hotel;
propoi'ties placed In cleanly condition. in Tltusvllle on Sunday and hllllacoepte,1
the winter that. Mrs.
r so Penney Titusville on Saturday, transacting legal -The cleaning out of some of the 1\11111\1 r. Frank M.( Turplu, of the DII.alth -
his old In
iuld be with her gtami-mother and business with Oeo. I. Bobbins. REGULAR 10CT. HOAP NOW fiCTS. position the grocery
Attorney .
Int.j drainage/; pipes In the city is a move In atoro of E. I.. Brndy A Ilro.Capt. rtm of the leading hotels of Jacksonville
She returned home Sunday the right direction. Let the good work per cake; 3 for (lOutH. Red Cross have returned from their trips

j-Miss Ethel Wilson will leave on -Mr. Geo. F. I'addlson, manager of go on. Phairnacy Tltusvllle. und MI.... 1'. Nelson und children North whore they wont In the InteioHt

allay next to enter the Florida Female the East Coast Lumber and Supply Co., -Mr.I Jerome '1'. Feaster, formerly of -Judge M. S. Jones of '1 Itimville, who have boon upending the summer of I their respective hotelH, and report

Allege, at Tallahassee Miss Ethel Is a spent Sunday with his sister Mrs. Geo. TltuMvllle. but now of )1111011. arrived In left on Sunday) for Miami\ I, where he at Perth Am boy, N.' J., their old most fluttering prospects for n larger

tight young lady And we feel sure that M. Robbins, and family. Mr. Padditton town on Monday for a ten day's stay, to opened the circuit court on Monday home returned to their 1'1 tUllvll Ie home, tourist travel to Florida, tics jour than

lo will acquit herself with honor to her was accompanied by his little daughter, look after Ms Interosts here. Ills moinlng. Dadacountyls demanding niltiod on Tuesday They were accompaniedhome them has been In tho past.

tiinty.JVNTED. and they returned home on Sunday af- friends many I deal 1 of the Judge's time, ns this by Miss Sldler, who will spend the
were glad to; see him on our winter with them.Mr. Signs of the approaching tourist/ sou-
-LARGE TARPON FISH ternoon. streets. will" \ be his ninth week there dining this son are to be seen everywhere In Florida. ,

I scales, live wild animals, and alllgaatois. TRY KAUFFMAN'S: IDEAL FLOURfor BEST ELGIN: CKEAMERY year. soul Mrs. II, M* /Klugler, who but more particularly from Jacksonville

|/( Whitney'eA1ligatorFarm.St.\ sale Wagoner; & Co. River Butter at Wagoner',AND Co's. FOX =The Walton Self-Locking Block have been spending several weeks In the, to Key West, tor thin Is the season of the

]Augustine, Fla. (1-3(\ of White Mountains of New Hampshire, when the hotel brushIng
Mr. Geo. Company Boston, line just shipped' u yeur managers -
F. and
Miles president : States John nt their New York homo. !Mr.
Attorney C. Jones, of are now
,Mr, Chas B. Jefferson, of Sandwich, general manager of tho F. C. L. C. A T'I carload of their blocks to the Vest Thla up and making Improvement!
in and
Orlando. was Tltuavllle Mrs. Flnglur informed editor
several : our
lias and Hobe Fla. has been who days block is becoming well known throughout Everything In done to inuke the tourists
Co. been
? Sound St. Augustine has 111 In
last week and that be
attended the they to at Palm Beach
mass meet. expect
] Boston for week His bed the United States and largo orders feel comfortable and contented and the
a or so. brother ; at Pomfret Center, Conn has fully Ing on last Friday where Dec 20th.
evening hemet
ihomaM, is taking the part his father: recovered his health, and will soon be In of his ol friends are pouring In from all sections of the managers of some of the Kant: Coast
| and
j aped for so many years-Rip Van Win- St. Augustine; to make an inspection of supporters many political country. THE BEST: DIET/ LANTERNS ON hotel make such vast Improvements and

:Mrs. Jerlerson Is at her summer the canal work. WE ARE NOW THE EXCLUSIVE: market Wagoner & C'o.'s thorough renovations alt'' to make their

tme' at Sandwich -Mr. Allie Orubnr has accepted a position hotels look almost like new.
-William Brown the banker of Tltusville Agents for thin famous Biltmore Cream Kov. J. T. Huntlngton and Dr. Har

|--Mr and Mrs. T. A. Snider of Cln- Is at the Windsor. Mr. Brown Is Wagoner as salesman A Co and In the entered grocery: stole of Heryed plain or fro/en. Red Cross wood h Huntlngton, owner of an orange A well-known writer on the good thing
|nnatl I I, Ohio, who own a beautiful win- here on business and expects to return duties on Monday. It seems upon natural Pharmacy Titusvllle. grove and. big tract of land at Lyratta, In life compares the famous summer resort -
I'' home at Hobo Sound are now on the lonie today Mr. Brown states that the I to see 'A\Hie back In the old stand The Hretton Inn, Ormond Beach, Fla., have returned to Hartford, Conn., after .. of Switzerland with one of the same)

'I'Dtment of Europe, touring the country people on the East Coast are expecting a I where bo worked so with will be again opened, under, the management spending the suunuerat Newport, It. (., class In America. lie believes the Ja1IIIwalllt -
many years
I their automobile. They will return to'w most successful winter and are prepar- Dr. W. S.. Carroll. of Mr. William I.. Kenney, the but will\ coma Mouth, as usual the coin- Lenox to be one of the bent

< York and Cincinnati, early next hog to meet grand crowds of tourists. coming season. Mr. Kenney has filled a Ing winter. conducted hotels In tho world.

i"mth and will probably be at Hobe'IiUlI Times-Union. HAVK<: YOUR TEETH EXAMINED responsible position In the office of The Dr.F) H. ]Hougliton has been In Boston In speaking' of the managers of the frtmouM -

in December. DR. C. C. FEIGEL: WILL DE HEHE FREE by Dr. C. C. Feigel. All work Mount Washington Bretton Woods, N, for a couple of days visiting Capt. and hotels Switzerland, ho nays,"I da

S'"I' It< l FALL LINE OF NOVELTIES for three weeks commencing Oct. 11th. guaranteed. II., the past summer. Mri. J, O. Walton and Mr. Chas. II. not know what they would think of O.

has -Attorney Oeo. M. Robbins wife and Walton. Dr. Houghton has also been 1)I Souvoy's superb Anplnwall Hotel At
irrived. Come early and get your If In need of dental work, see him. -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson
liotce Fine line of genuine Japaneseware family, who have been spending the past have cloned their summer homo at visiting bin cousin, at Cambridge Mass ; Lenox, Massachusetts tho height of
-Tax A, McMillan\ of
[ Red Cross Pharmacy. a..essor. P. month with Mrs. Bobbin's parents Capt. Sandwich and mother at Wllllanmtown. Mass., Its autumn season. Even if they did not
Mall ., and to New
Eau: Gallic In town the first of the gone
was and Mrs. It. 1'. PuMdison, at Point Can- and will, probably, return to hU homeat care for Its encyolopmdlo. menu, Including
Airs York. They had to leave rather suddenly
E. 1\(. Holman will leave Wor- week. In attendance at the meeting of -
: well N. C. and the cob and
at Mount Airy N. C. Wentervlllo, Ohio thin week. Tho : corn on sweet potatoes, and
tier Mass.: on next Tuesday, via Clyde the Board of County Commissioners, as Mr.\ Thomas Jefferson opens with
returned should .
to their home at Titusvllle on Doctor '11'11return\ to Tltusylllo\ about scoff at the beautiful Berkshire
|"'nmshlpComanche and Ilolman and his Rip Van Winkle, at Wallack's Theatreon
Mr. presented assessment rolls which
afternoon Hills radiant In the
Friday last. the end of November taking some of scarlet colorings
n follow the next day by rail, for were approved by the Jloar<1. While in on inli, and Mr. Chan. B. Jefferson '
the Walton Suif-Locking blocks with, autumn, In comparison with tholr snowcapped
[ Mr. and Mrs.\ Karl MAtulasen is of hU brother's
itcrprlse. Th iy will visit Tltusville town he paid the ADVOCATK a much and manager company.
I'et in the season. We understand It appreciated visit, and returned to his family, who spent I last winter In Titus. Mrs. Jefferson wlltleaye for lobe him, for use on bill Iwu4eboat Juntos, mountain tops, they would be
and small sure to admit the beauty of the hotel
f'getting too cold for Mr. Ilolman In home Tuesday afternoon. vllle and who have been spending the Sound Fla., In November..and Mr. Jefferson yacht. andrlpao"he
lusacuusetts, so he started for the land peat three month at Fourth Lake, of will follow In December. "Rip : over superb verandah
-Mrs. W. E. Vanlandingham under They would /And, In spite of the fact that
|f lunMbine and flowers. the Fulton chain, In the famous Adirondack Van Winkle" has been drawing crowded CHURCH NOTICES-
the solicitation of friends has they are of a nation of hotel
opened mountains houses In keeper
of New York where Boston. The AHVOCATK re-
Mm Annie Jones, left on Sunday a private school at her residence. Aa they own a nice camp, have returned to returns thanks to Mr. Jefferson for There will be prll"chlnglervlc II at whose establishments monument on

'I' OeLand, where she will commence MIss Alepb Mlms, she was a teacher In their home at Key port, N. J., where courtesies extended to our editor and I the Methodist church, Sunday, at 7:30 every Swiss: escarpment, that If the Aspin-

!''r'e' ond year In Stetson University. the Fort Pierce High School several hey will Uy until starting for Tltusvllle (apt and Mrs. J. O. Walton and I family p. m. All aoe cordially Invited to at- wall represents. many others of its clans

Jlrs: Jones will not move to DeLand years ago, and has the love and eontlden..e \ this fair.FURNITUKK.. -rrI r L tend. In this country,the American hotel keep..

ids 1 year as she and the Jndge enjoy of the pupils and parents-Fort er has not very much to learn from them.
I'-eir' : DRY OOOf DANCE NOTICE.The ItlackMiultli and lCc|)alr Kho)).
" comfortable home inVest Titus- Pierce Tribune. Mrs. Vanlandingham: SHOES. "A. I Indicated In the beginning, how-

He too well to care to leave for the lived In Titusvllle until her marriage, Sectional Book cases, several sizes regular weekly- dance has been If you want n new-wagon, or an old ever, I would, like It If some of the gentle

>,inter, Miss Annie has made arrange- and was a popular and efficient/ teacherIn Beginning MONDAY, special prices on resumed at tbe Tltiisvllle Opera house, one repaired, write m... I pay freightone men mentioned could l visit the Asplnwall

1' entf to visit her parent once a month the Titusvllle High School for years. Trunks Wool Suit Dress Goods-plain effect and will be held on Wednesday evenings, way. ./. D[ P. HI'rituavllle-, and study the simplicity of Its management

bung the school term, and her many ca"ell. cabin bags, etc. as heretofore. ; lie admirable arrangement for

' ''tosvllle friends will, be pleased to see Fiirnlslietl JCoomt To Let. tugs; Mattings' Linoleum* --------- --- Fla. every possible comfort; splendid sanitary \-

f"T. It only for short visits. louse, floor, carriage, deck PAINTS. Orange Trove For Halo. Take Not Ice: system; the general structural

Furnished rooms to let, with or without CHAS. A. GARDXIII, TITC.VJLLI FLA. beauty. and above all the wonderful perfection -
Orange Tree for Hale. board. MKM. M. A. THOMAS: .. I will sell my valuable grove at Bona- One of the lutndno/nrs' places on Mer of Its cuUlna. 'J'bft. proprietor
'. Yen Lure, Fla., four miles south of Rock ritt Islitnd I. known a... "'I'hoYhwam," ,
'; 9 Cocoa Fla.Dentistry. lIAHUWAIti:. O. D. !Hoavey, who also ow na the Magnolia
bolce varieties of orange and kutn- ledge (formerly the Col. Travis' Grove.) .belonging/ Mm. Eva J, Balr: of New ,

i at trees. Address, F. C. COCHRAHK, When In need of anything In tbe Hard- Tract contain. about:; acres, twenty. York In for mile or rent, furnMied. A at south Magnolia of Springs KU., just 2S mlle

[ fercnce: Welaka, Fla. ware line, call on '1". two of which arc In grove; nearly all ten room cottage, with launch house Jacksonville hn4 many people
, In his
who have
t' employ been with

moat any business man on East Coast Dr. C. C. Feigel, the dentist, announces We have the largest line of Hardware bearing, and all In good shape. Present new laundry all newly painted, and
over twenty years-notably the chef and
his coming TltusvlIU, for Oct. Dtb, carried anywhere between Jacksonvilleand crop 2lKiO boxen.: Good buildings,. finest three acres In grove Mr*. Blair ha the ,
:200 or more dishes that this artist
lost several can
Miami. spent hundred dollars
Purnlfbed about three weeks. garden In the inputting
remaining soil the
Cottage. HUte
very i
Boat supplies Stoves, best. the place In perfect repair lay serve three times. a day would paralyzea
Tloware.Crock- 000 feet
For front on Indian Ulver. log out flower beds, new break water continental cook
'hed Rent Capt. J. 0. Walton's furn- lisle for Hale. ryware, Glassware, Fancy Chinaware, Apply to John Frey on premises, or and board walks. all round, the house, principally tbe fact
( cottage In South Tltusvllle. :No Etc. there I I.never a failure under his
*i or table linen address, JOHN Kcxnio: ao that anyone wanting a lovely winter management
CHAS. 0.or WALTOX cutler,,. A good mule for sate. Inquire of JAS. PBITCHABD: Sox, 1220: Market Street or all-7ear-round home will do well to and each dish appears to be cooked
"z" ADVOCATE Office. out this article out reference. on an Individual order and served piping
Tltiuville Fla. Tltusvllle Fla. Philadelphia, P*. I Address, I* W. ULAIU, Merritt, Fla.: hot."

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1',, i f fI'L 1 I Yi or 410.000, no that a total of 800or eril: ( of the European!' powers. Standard Electric Conj -

I' Free and I under Generals Xa..".iulltcli and KitulliiHky men were engaged. The line of bat. T>i" "ir s M," I t t. have: i"t( ..t nhoti a11
t:4: ; and then niarrbetl on to 1"I'I1blllllldu'lIl /:' tie was 110 miles long, but the flerceslighting t $1.::>00.1100."! "' I' "t'lljon.floo/ anWO.Cdti .

I, q ' Accepted .. Masons. ; \ hUh litciiptureil wltb. occurred hi the Immediate vicinity (; ) .. ,ft-. ; ''. l-'i I I eat rounded nl\11

I out u battle. WIIIII'III! WHit doing 1 thlH of Mukden, leiipral ogl l with! capture .\11' e.I'll'. "' .l by the }.oollooTime" Jacksonville, Florida.

.. other Japanese armies were landed on veterans rapidly encircled the Tit in new lo t tii7-IOS; ( Ilt"n:I _.
.. his Port Arthur ---- --- --
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1 : ".11.. ..0/ No. s gO the LlautoiiK'" pcnliiMiihi at 1'ltMewo. the Itusslans'", right( and attack and the It t,..:11! >ii" ;3M3.4M) )
: Indian ,( TakUMhun and KliH-bnw:: with Gt'nl'fllill: od from the vicinity of Slnmlntlu what: - --- FRED E. '
I jI1T ( GIl.BEHr
River /\;p Tltllsvllle' Nogl.! Oku. Nod/u( and Knwamiirucommand. lu Knwuuiuru;: and Kurokl assailed. the ,,, ., "
: :: the troops ulldt'r --
} i ;Maly1.'O left und threatened. the coniiuuiilcutlons Y Iiv\
Lodge. Florid General Oku captured the village,( of )1 -. -11orn.o; :: :
1.k with the north h '- .. :>1108_
) HutdeltamentmiutherncundandfnurthS. Klncliow:: and the Rtrongly fortified Y 'tyye
f In thoI Kuropatkln: .after losing; 100,000( 01
their' room :
of each month a struKKleThen
lifter severe
J nemlav Nanshan hll) u .
t llle, atTsixio'clork: i>, in.M. the nude for retreat
4 I Court HOIIHO run* strong force was sent Houth move men, gave State' Agent r i I.. ,
Worshipful Mauler.F. a him f:> Tit IIn;:
.8. i Hami. The piu'Kiio.l
( Henlor Wanton.K. to Invest Purtrthur., while the other OLDS AUTOCAKS and HV:
F.A. Morgan ,
P lut1) shies belus \ .
1 11\11 then, !
I A. In.Iffy Janitoryardoa. armies turned toward the 1I0l.tlWllllt: nail I licyontl( : I
9 J.M.. lilxon. TraaHtirer... Hnrretary.J. VIlIIIYVilA (sculllrrlhly !JO by.fap.iueHe the I.I..tt-'I: tli<" scrtrs: of titanic com ). -MOTOR BOATS AND !STATIONARY: ENGINI--
J.. / Bmilor. l>ua,,"". It (b.its: ( .inieto, .. rn end. KurupntUIn: was
K. Walker that time on wnll
and . .
the South
PPr" ,Junior Iwnoon. reti-rfbui'jt, In disgrace/: I "I keep the largest siocTj In
) M.K. Knicllnli ' : 1'l'clIJ".1 to S( ;
'i : chief liaise of "supplies, for nil IL Horns, Write
.1 C.l.WaIt011MetiItirMRwar.l.nrlnr: made the pr-nnllted t<> reiunln UuttciloM, Coils, Dynamos, Lamps, or i i
but finally
r' A. A. Btiiwart, / Htewanl. In the Held.! I'wcllwallll was lecelve attention.
!h I the columns 1'ilcew. Mail outers prompt
A. U. 1'nnntY.'bnldlth,. tvilIt the iirnijtho le..iJci-Klilp; : of which L
!4 'i tl the Russians .July
M. A.. Hiawurt.Tylur.J was evacuated by I.lnevltch. Most ,JAf'KSONX' i .
III Intrusted. I to Ceneral Forsyth Street fUse .
: 11 West
-{ / I II. EfhliMAct1nIf: TMar. ":;. Tame 14 the battle of Yllfallgow was 37
I. Win II. MeFarlunil. ,Marslial.IIUI Tlu Itus"'an'! hendquiirters were removoil ---- -- -------- =
+ Russians
S or TelHsii was fought, the railroad line painters
[ tt t Cnshu: \pasH, on the :
defeated.It !. '

?I >KR OF K.tSTKKN: HT.\1C.FrloitcMitn Ins was In Ju'im that /a ICuxHlan Ilet't, settle to ll.'ini'.n.UK*!* place' Sklriiil'ing d.ii'ing. !: tUo 01II cn small.dln" ,. -1 1 knowit them toi. !
of Vladivostok, doesn't Chas
imide raid out pay Mosquito
t Chapter, No. II, holdsa "' 001.1111) (" u mouths! but the necessity of getting: t Lightning !
. iin tlouI number of Jup.ineKU transports Iciiptureil
in the M.wmilo. L..II"I room Tirimvillit n of food and uiuiumiltlou mix their own paints.
l all new I supplies\ \
/ I tint and, third, TiiHiulays. In ouch month at 7: several merchantmen of VU.flollM
41d t a' 1". m. The following are the olllcer ol tllo nationalities. Toward the the depleted\ 1 Thousands of them are
: Chapter: Kurokl: and tdefeated ranks \prevented, hat ttles of Importance.Millo more money them from biting you, and giving you, fever
.,. MIHK Kntn Stewart, W. M. of the month Generals : \ matters on land were tuies-\ making to keep
t l F. A. Morgan W. 1'. tile HuMKliins at Motlen 111111
.,' (1 i Mm. F./ A. ;MnruanNmxlate. M. uud cent thtme on sea' avert xli-ipln: g them- using Protect the babiesIt -
1t, M1 Mr. II. It. WIlMiin Soorotary.1IIr. other IHIXHOH' southeast of IJuoyunt for tremeiidoni, climax. UusHII. -
I 1 ....1. KllnH, 're."r..r., drove them toward that city (>eticKuropatkln Lucas Paints them off tAsk I
i 1 AfrM.J \1. HI.u., (NiiMluotr. having l-)..t control, of the fiistern o keeps
i, 1 Al lea Cattierltin. HAIIM, AHnorlato: Con.IH ::: had by this time IINMulllel1 waters, tlt't'I'IIIIIIPII I to n-g-iln, them by ; (Tinted Gloss)
>| "JtHMlH/ Mitmlorft. Ilntti.Sirs. of the lCiis liiu forces In 1 the druggist or your merchant.Conlsuzrs.ers .
command Ibl l
from the your
A h' .Cleo. W. "w"hi.., A Ia. Bending: !: a I powerful meet 'N' 1 Giving better satisfaction -
1 Mr..*..'. J.. C..rruthur.llIrllla.. ; held.! tic to Vladivostok The! Hint ships sailed !

1, y,1 a. + lIl.Air.*... Uno.M. A.;M Hrrlniiteour. Kolililim, Klurta.:Kutlmr.. The, bomburdmeut of Port .Arthur: from IJbnii) Oct Hi, 11)01) and others ; ; too.Lucas ___ h_ _ - -
,ill (!. H. Walton Warder, from tlie laud side", beK'Ul/ June Ul:! III'" followed not long lifter. Admiral 1U1Jcstvenpky .tl Paints cover so

r 5 t 'l' 1 ..1.r. It.M,Walker lilxon, Hintlii Mirnlinl...l with brief lnU'rmlnHloun was cOlltlnued was In charge of the Ural.. <: .randly, look so fine, :: : : : !

.1. L.Carriuliern. ,Chaplain.THfc. ., until the fall of the fortress Jan.10l I, dh'hoitUl l and ol' the \\hole lleet when t
General :Nojjl conducted 1 the letubleil. Voelkersuni v-car so well, that they
>:3.; the units had dually\ :: ;

b f operations aK'iIust' the !stronchc lOiKiulst) and Xebogatoff were J1a.I.. please everybody. So Your: Atttentios: : J 'leacs :

1J of while the Jencral det'IIlel'K.1o'ightluo Stoesscl had comma; of i iI tbM the assisting nt. MiuliiKas admirals.Jan.KoJcMtveuskyarrived 2 nnd was ))1 does Ask the price.dea'er.. We sell you Groceries at WHOL E SAL

oi-curred from time Vot'lkersam. They b your
f ercest I di'Hcrlptlon' Joined there by ) :
i 1lsm ii to time when the Japanese\ attach tIHun. Balled toJt..tll'I'lul''h; HI< and passed: John Lucas & Co Prices. Write for our Price List, Great

(I o w IN rhE ) 5ur ... outwork which they deemediccessary l It Sliig'ipore' \ A1)1'1I7. PMUdelphlSoM __ _ f}

i I lL tj capture und thousand of finally when all the component) >> parts _'i N"'L:! .r. ;tt!\.,....... -_. ..,!J....." ]money Saver

Ives were sacrlflcecl/ ou both uldJuniion of Ills; lleet bud assembled IlojestvonHky -
L n>n'' of' thA heaviest caliber w.'re sailed, toward, the north pnsHlnzlift I by .JalP< I'rllcliard .%; Son

11141',1. and, the UusMhtn defensive 'wonuippuveil , ween Luzon; and Formosa' and Into TitiiHvllle! FlatL90fIGL' .. The Grocery Co.

to be Impregnable\ were III the sea of J.ipnn.Vhen on May 27 ', Enterprise

) I't uany cuse-i ponuiled Into !hapeU! Lie was passing", through the strait ofKorea tsl I ,,

"IlaA'i ; .II leaps of ruins. The "hl'IIKllIrtlt'ular.\ . : between the THU Islands. and I 17 Bridge. St.Jaelt .

11' utter the capture of UO.'t Meter !dGov. the coast. of Jap.in' lie was attacked by ; onyjl1c't lltrila: : .
fleet, under Commend : !
:- 3D were thrown with deadly Iui'acy. Lhn Japanese .
:: and oue after! another the !!Ihll/II; of Admiral; Togu;: < his huttle.Ahlps . -.
complete were sunk or captured' lilt crulsrs
t III tho harbor were sunk or (
lisabted. The town became, untenab, : destr.iyiil or driven away: and & Co.
killed sIlt'tll'e \! P. H.iih.lxiiazi: : :
111111 i I 011 .J nu. 1 General Htoessel cupU aim(> 14Ki( () of his men by era known hy whot they have
filed with 878 otllcers and, 32,000 I( ( mHefore or went tu tho;; lottoni of the sea arowu I.'ur the half.lunl"rol-Ionvpn't a, century they
the fall of Port Arthur the with the warwhlps. Admirals :Nebojatoil .lhoc'have'Dore to I'rllllucu hlMaer.I la"t. 201 Waslilngton! :St )t NEW YORK
capturd tar Wan" env miner Nnldhr :street. f N. Y.
werw orul
at and Uo..etjtM'iisky: : !IK:) Murray
disasters .
with further Ao.aaal
d > ttmnlans, met all AanerM! 11.03 Seed
1 ... and \ 'Vnlkersatn" was killd. all apllIrantM
ty s 10 their. Hhlps In Port AI" fYrO
ea, AUK.
I r1T12ji I HISTORY OF TIlE WA'KM ] bur mud an attempt to escape, byere p The Japanese! losses were Kinall\ D. M. FERRY tit CO.,
met by TOKO'S Sleet near the Gu- The annihilation of the Russian! Detroit, Mioh. Pineapplesand
I i after a butt sea fleet", practically>> put a stop", to Oranges
? Jell;: u rocks and dispersed' were be- ,

'( Chief Events of Russo-Jaj. istlng six hours. ;Most Of tho Un..slllllwarllblpK tbe war. the Pence Initiative negotiations of PresidentRoosevelt

I t got back to Port Arthur ouly gUll oa with the concurrence: of nev- Jon PRINTING;. done at thin office Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

i'' anese Conflict Briefly to be destroyed later on by shells froul ____. u _
Outlined. be Japanese. batteries, but the batt -- -- --- --- - represent several of the largest shippers In your Mate and l wish te reprete:

A A .
Established l 30
I ; old;; were compelled to take refuse 10 i you also. Give tut a trial shipment. ;years

llostlllllpn l i'tvcpii .Iiipnn and UUII. torts ou the coast of China, where they(

t I + ri , flu, which Were tprmliuiti'.l by the nigInflT \sera luteriusl.] The cruller Novak PM' ANNOUNCEMENT OF THEM E ESTABLISHED 1HTO.
t 3
; (aped temporarily' but on attemptlit (
l'ol.t"llIonth \ ---- --- --
r. / of thy pence Iiriity" lit S ---
i 1 broke out I-Vb. R 1 1Hfliy ; t reach Vladivostok'" met by the rJ
the other tiny .
npiuiese' Tulsers' C'hltose und 'fltu..hl.mil & Son
: : thrt (MllcaK "t'WK.: clT the Island: of Sakhalin and <1rlv. lVI. Lane

9 I F I fur 'M-viTiil iiidiitlH prior to that ,llIte I'n ashoredullrnl 1 I Wltthoft, In ('om- J LUDDEN ABATES : ,

1 ': 1 I.1;! n n Nlmi'i illiiluiuutlt( forri'HiMHuK'iK'e hilic'oii land of the Kusslau fleet, was killed 250 WASHINGTON::: STREET, NEW YOUK.
v ei" 111'1'1",1, mi by the two 1'1)Vt.rs.JIIlIIII On) AflK. 11 a Japanese "'1'I1HlI'OIl11' .I

I doumiuliil the evactintlonMiincliiirln t of d.dllllrlli 1(11111111I11I'1Upt the11111.\ .. 4

;!. \ In, actordaiK'o with tromvtlpuliitUiiii ty ,'ostok", : fleet near the Tsu Islands, I III CLUB E Southern Fruit and ProdiZtvflIerola.SLsa.ts.

but ItiHKla leisured atlou ." lie strait of Korea sunk the cruls PIANO
r ka: anothor nntll !hank and 1 compelled\ the cruisers Orlobol a
uiiu pretext or
on the'lr i
niul< UoHslu! to fl'tl1flto
r the putlonco of the .lapnncHi 1:0"1'1'11'In'lIt one port In a badly damaged eta to. 4 : otrl.t'r.l.issioc.: : :: :: : .

Y wan oxhniiHtiHl.NVg.UIaUoii4:! In October the llaltlc sea fleet on ItsWilY = Introducing and Advertising New p

ti, Y a l \V"TI nbniptly broke to the far east mistook a Beet i of FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.Stencils .

Ia;; off ami Ititrou Uosou, nuiHoovlto, an\' 1!!lIgll..h. llshlug boats In the North II"ItOl' : Scale $..JOO Ludden & Bates Piano E.

i 111l ,,,,,lol' ti Tokyo, WIIM given' bid lall'4' Japanese. torpedo. boats und tin. Cards and our quotations furnished on application.

I r'44( r. port. Japan had been quietly preps. 011 them, sinking ono vl'1'11I0l1'' klllh : to Club Members at : __ __ ____ ___un __ .. '
is 11for nor ever Hlm-o lsi\ ;5vlic two men. Pine affair causeil a Krei t r

I1 p Ilimila with the old 1 of I-'rauce aniorinaiiy ('inniollon: but the matter I wan refsel \'. p & O'ZZara

I h t I ( MtopiuHl In ami preiitxl ," to The HaKUD] arbitration trlhun.'i .4 Hodges ,

? the utMinliltlou. from tho Chi. latch returned I it verdict against tt $287. ...Manufacturers and DeI\Iefslo...

I nest of tl.. l.J,luli>iiK lienlUMii I !111 9I-.shuts, who mule the 1'f'4t1tutlonIIWIII'II.1 "..

,) uml1'ol't1'111111'. In the early 1 part of by the members of tbe court. Rough CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER,
'I to UK- Tho armed passion vessel Lena 1\1" 4 Per Cent Interest Cs and
t.l I'Ybrnnry liiot\ I. truopM bcnun 'Iced In San Kranclsco Sept 11 an( : Pay $10.00 at Joining, then $8.00 a Month, 8 Dresstd l
HixitlnvoHtvrii 1II'II1'0l'hiof p etc
tit I : Ii Bouiblo.at the under .\llmlrlll WII:4: Interned until the close of the wal P Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable! Oaten, Mouldings Shingles delivered,
k' Japan, iiiul the tleet for us Soon Mills and office located at Buffalo Bluff, Fla. Write us for prices
the the course of tine year tho Japauo I'lanoa Delivered at Depot Shipment lilufl f"
Togo loft Knuebo for n baxu near :: of the State. Address! Lodges &; O'llara, Buffalo
:; Hatstiso and Yiilnin or Yearly to any part
IR p.II ICtnvau ulIIIlundHll'lnll; coantH.On .. In..t the battleships' :: ns Application. Accepted QIIIII"Itl'Iy!
p I, both sunk by mines' IIUlI and :S.
the aught of 1-Vb. 8, beforo wllr being : 1'aymenta can be Arranged to Suit Crop
'i' J /
I , had luM'ii actually declared. ,Iai>iiietoriipxlo tll" cruiser", Yoshlno dunk In ('olilltiou.'nll'Y ... Other Condition! EVE WANT EVERY GROWERIN
1 bontrt nltnckod t Ute Huxttlalicet ui also lost the gunboat Kaluioi: \. e ; /
Ta it boat Mlyako, live trim .
at anchor In tin- harbor lit l'ort the dispatch THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS !
i 11I..111. number of torpedo bouts

1 I'' Arthur- lie and"t wlilv badly'H. danuiKiHl It vita( Hiild HOIIIU tliutunny cIhoh ports Front Aug. :1M: to Sept .! 0"111'1'.1 tl) The New Scale $400 Ludden I "FLORIDA VEGETABLES. complete manual on Florida Crops. ,

I. + of tho UUHHIUI. | olllciTHvrv\ alp ittle of I,hlO>'II 111(, which up to that i "FLORIDA ORANGES."-A book of special interest to Orange Grower

!tl'mlhlt s- time was by far the most ImportarigaKement "Booklet "Soil::; Varieties, ultl\atloD
neat from their pouts' "FLORIDA STHA"'HERHIES. on
of the war. Homo
i n i tlvltlo In the c. On that following 11I..11 !were engigeit' on eich: Hide I an I Itilt' & Bates Piano and FeitilUation.: IJ
I second attack \va niuile, nuinoru I and Cultl\'lIl1un.
i nIght u combined loss In killed tutu '1'01111,1. "IRISH:: ( POTATOES. -Booklet on "Soil Seed, Planting
'' i 1 I dniuiiK luttU-tcd, tho battles! !; and Shipping.
t..l I was about 4O.IHHI. lieiiernl Kl1ro1' p feet of Fertilizers, Digging ,
I r '& 1'0ltll VIMlllh'l'lnl: tho most.. At Clumulpo itkln was forced to evacuate tbo to1IIl1tl I\ = = "PINEAPPLE': FEItTILlZERS."-Of special Interest to Pineapple (.1 I""e"
'' Korea, the Umslau cruUerVnrtiiK = CANN9T BE DUPLICATED ELSEWfvERE FOR Brand, ,AnalJ'
2 tilt aeries of forts he had \!uu"tI'Ut.t.t't1 "IDEAL: 'ERTILIZERS.-Book showing all our different
iittacUtnl\ nHtiuk \\ CUUB PRICE QF $257. ::
and Korletz];: wero" to the 1511rlvC'r :\ LESS .THAN DOUBLE THE
lUisxl, 1 around Fob. I U. The next day
f' on a short distance", "south' of the the .taking.
I.I for
formally dpclanxl War, and on Fob. 11 \ 4 New and revised editions of the above just published, sent free
I wallet! city of Mukden.Here
? Ii''rge --
I + Jnpiin dlil 1 tile Hauu. Troops( Were 1mluuilliitely from\ Oct. 11 to ]5) took 1)ln'oth .I S.: WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

la'inliil by the Japanese ut ,' "''et.'OIull1"t land. battle of tlie wm. = 1.0'" AV'e have thorn for Immediate delivery. Call and nee them, or

I \ It Chemulpo. They luiirched over la ml to Both armies h.id l>een re-enforced, by; -: If not convenient to CI\II. write for Booklet II, which will give full In = JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.F .

1 t' WIJu, on the YII ln river where tbey; about fiO.OOD) mplThe Ilusslaus InUll11 formation. They are especial) adapted to this climate ;. ---
;j arrived at tho end of April, wlthovinifftltiK assumed the offensive, hutIh'lr 4 0
1 nay rexUtauiv.lu . case advance was checked by the Japiese : Tho scale U as near scientifically correct as In possible in piano building :: YOU WANT A...

.ff EL? the uieautlnte events of .Impor after n desperate' struggle: SonvIKK ( -evenly balanced which Is responsible for Its wonderful tone-tho p
lance took: place oil tho sea.: Miner action the touch ]in light and ::
wounded the ,
), > men: were killed or = soul of the piano.: Double repeating
had been planted by both sUleit In tin HU'4"IIIU losses, being much the greater easy. Very attractive case design in Fancy Mahogany( Walnut and :

vicinity of I'ortrthllr the crulwer, and lloyarln the trains, tlu .\t t the conclusion. of this\! battle the 4= English Oak. Thorn who have examined the New Scale 100 Ludden p .Building Lot

port Yeiuntel. (' Intending; armies! went Into wlntethlrters values in the South. Tho profession : ..
torp.lo bout Skorrl imd( the butll.hllJl't'trol'IIYl = & Bates, say hey ore the best flOO I
and! operation were ciinfltici\ look like $">OO pianos,
r. l'OI.tI'thllr, whereh.is .4
Ii Iniiiietlliitely\ blown up to the vicinity of like them. The books for tho Club are now open. HEMKMIJKR r
were been told fighting contlntUHnost and or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR ,
r The most serious less was that ol 0"I until = tho Club is limited to one hundred, and all our Stores will = GROVE,
cessation thsopeng ORANGE
1 without LAND FOR AN
t down
tho IVtropuvlovuk. Which went :: .ABD2--,
I take memberships. \DDRE'S. .
? April 19, with Admiral Mnkuroff and of the new year.Du = p PINEAPPLE PLANTATION; TRUCK:
liiclntllnic the faluous r,-b. i1. IfH( ).", the Japmiese bt'g:1IIIh : S.
1a t i,. K23 olUcern painter niul Ven-HcluiKlu.luon Tile ..lapnuo (> second battle of the hlrlvl'l" also) 4 4 --- ----------------- -_ -- \Ve probably have for sale: just what you are seeking. If yOU *"

1 I'eb.:4. March 1..1I0WI"M. the battle] of :\llIk<1'n. Thl- 4 Settlers are flocking In but still there Is room.
made attempts
/ o
t, at 2(1( and May 3 to block the entrance too pro'.1 to be one of the greatest ("Oil'tl.I looking this way, drop a line to
not the greatest the unnals o9!! M.: H.
fort Arthur and In BO doing aorlllcetl $Ilf Ludden & Bates S. 3rd Vice-rre.klent.
nuiny luercbaut nhlps neveml! hllttOl'y> In respect to the number of mentfied \. r JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,
torpedo boat and n number: of 111'''', \, ; time consumed' territory covet FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
1 They nuuceedcxl In obstructing the t>' ( and louses Itllt'l''r..I.'I..I "h. 11 :: AUGUSTIX
of the
r chanel: but not In closing It. Oyama was In 5. ST.

i ; c j The ft rot Important battle of the war (,nhlned Japanese armies uudor .>' igl; = Jacksonville, Florida. ::

111 was fought oil Miiuchurlnu .1J> of ], irokl, Oku. Nodxu and Kawamura.: for.ri5KmNEY '

,f, ; f; tie Yolu river near Antung May: 1. iiiberlng all told about 4.:-.-.o.II) 111"11.The .4 5.u r n v

I ( :I Ovneral KuroUl:: attacked and routed Itussluu forces under General Ku-;: uvv1vv//v'vVvvvvrvv v/vv VYTYVYVTYV1YVVVYVVYiVVYVV ,.r eaerdreat ..,.. ....... Ji. ..,.. Makes Kidney-sad
+ ; A..llus ilan force of aboutl.OUO men ropl1tlLllJ were estimated at 40,000 less, t


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f i the m Mnb.Mof th.. t-linrc'i.
I winestlmntod, thnt the In- CHURCH BUILT IN ONE DAY.Mrnlbere 40 feet and
- iwlund It Tho tmllilliiff, \I" :21 by

J r- Cards. GENERAL DIRECTORY. JAPAN'S RICH PRIZE. <-re-i'...' of torrltorlnl waters'" would Rive will pentIHI.: Tho tllxtiiuce. from the
nimunllyfroiu IOnar.aalloa1)Id
"professional of $5.000.000 er K."U" and
InrrciiPP I la twelve
her nn floor to tinvi'H
nnd It 1* bl'lIe".1tbllt \II ii' .. Iturk Th..h. of
IT. R. 8KNATOU9. her flnherl from tlio floor to the hlKhcMt point

J. Tallurerro... ... . .... .... .. .JacMmnvllle. From with the nddltlou of the rl {hts secured "brother :,...1\(11.( would, you pleasePIISH sloping ceilluff !la tlftfon f.*. 't. The
- EO. M. ROBBINS, S. R. Mallory. .. . ... . .. . .reiwaoola. Fishing Rights Gained I In RUH' !Iixn territory this Increase me Ki>iin.> UiilU? Thauk you; I hank bullduitf the / teas:, RliluKlcd nod ready foruse

"" COUNSELOR h. 8. CO:< ATTORNEY AND FrankClark... .. ... .. ..... .. .. ....LakeCtty. "I)0 you think this ''''\llItll1,1I'\' '" ,
AT-LAW. H. %pitrkman. ... .. .. .... ... .. Dtdn'rllretn./ -- THE WAR'S CHIEF EVENTS.Chroaoloay Jc11t's7" ..
Win. K. taiimr,. .. ..... . ." .. ... ... straight; Urothcr -
in State and United States OFFICE. BY THE PEACE TREATY Great UnJftl' """Ow. nil together" everybody null! K<....)InK An III to !!.....
practice tl. 8. LAXl GRANTED ..f the
ill Hide f n
ICourt. H. K. fhntih. . . . .. ....... .... ... .n..J.lol..r. ane.e fourlot. And 1 In u 1'i-u moments one\ A mrrt'Mpnndf'lIt of KlrnbnU'a DairyFunnor
{ W. n. n..ln..D.. .... .". .. . . . ...Kevetver.UltlceB chronology the church In Kiinsna, ('111 1'1111.11>1 null writes: I don't believe sour

Office at TITUSVILLE FLA. at Oamenvllle Florlila.' Will Equal In Tim.. It !. Claimed. Tho following la a ( from the/ begin! ed touelhfiBays. 11 Mpt'llul: dlspatcltfrom swill In any better: for hogs than sour

EXECUTIVE DEl-AHTMEST.: IlrllnqalHhvilnvel IliHsoJnpnnoBi' war Kanxiis City to the Chicago" KocordIIerald. for num. one lay sweet and
. ... the lllw Intlrmnltr omitted, a' soap Is 1
Napoluon II. llmwurtl . .... . Hovel nor.H. all minor eveiiN luMng The sour
-> L. GAULDEX, . of State. .. .nt That Will 1".ub.bI7 nlng, ono duty sotr' Is not rhtht.
Cntwlord m
\Y.: tiny V, Knntt,... .:::':: ::" ,: . . .:"t.a1. |> l the 9ml.rlnSultjnta compiled\ by the l'hlengoevvs" : .\ cbiirib built lu n day? Impossi. swill barrel N n good{ breeding place

W. II. Ellin . ... . . . ... ..AttorneyHmleral.AlonroC. Ile llroiuli About >r warships In I'or It la little wonder
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ... MikadoMay' lie PVb. A, 19O4.& -nusHlnu ble. for dlRciiin trms.
all the Court of the State H E.Mr.ln.' (;Cnmm.. . . ComnllxsluuerAgrwunare;; ;; ; ;: : : .. of the : Statve.Tlint Arthur nlt
practice In \V. M. U"IIt'wlI. . . .Mupt.: I'ulillo IiiHtriictlim.J.C'lllVonl Close ( onil>.-.lu>r of Imltvd membrrn of Arinoinvlale lluptlst considerhnt tho
Inrlila, and the Uulted State Courts H. KiiBter... .. . . .Ailjutautlleiiernlifuhn J. Russian cruisers V. rlnn anKnrtfta < ouch yetlr'ben w '
TITU8VILLK:, FLA. Hradtoril ... . .. . . ..t\nne.r-nolloral.: other ways of UtsiiblhiK irvli tl -Tho nt Cheimilpn; landing oJapniifMn church built church Ibo other duly, holt Inn' to ".> ;. Out In tlio nfulfil! couutrv -
I..0 Box 2JB. It. K. U...,..... . . . . . .. .. . state Oiomlnt.ErneKt .. therw live hobbling his 11'1'tIIP11I'1I1'zt : mink brtfiui.P. and held prayer nrrxlce! In It on the wlipiv .. ... '"111 \vntM" are the hog
AIIIIM . . . .. .. . .Spite Examiner.i : a b.\r than by "" troops ,
"lures at Tulliiluwitee, FlorUla.. to be* borne out by it oarefupxamliuitloii ..b. toVur ,cturea by KiiHsln.Poh. . same evening nt 7 o'clock The i.nv V, ,,il thoiv 1-1' VIT.V '!11I1I'! I IXX. of Licit.
Je1111I ,
WEBB formally ilorlurt-tl by eultivly rTumors
J. FLORIDA I.EOISt.ATL'RB. of tho ponce tr(Mity be- 11.-\\8r dUII'l'h110 I'onvliiu-led.

.. . . . . .. . Hnuatnr. thfViisliliiKtonStnr. ).
ATTORNEYATLAWV11I f. )\IIt"I.nn. Mlnml . teen .Top nn mid ito.!"Min.' / "1\11 Feb. J-t.- Klrnt nt tempt h)' tl>.' Jnpnneso, to
Tierce Ueprmujntative.8CTUEMK
K. Jliimtttuil Fort "
C. imtoiiMml. thiworld Port Arthur.
Again block the \viitriinco;
of tho 7th \ \
In the Courts : COURT JUl.liKS.: ballli-Hlilp IVtropav
\ practice roct'illiiK trout Uor dl'\l1IUl,1\ April U.-KiiHMliut Conquered
Taxes paid for non-residents Chief .Tuattoe.r. l by mine off Port Arthur:
rcult. and accounts collected. M.:II.H.Carter Mibry:::'.': : '::':. : ": :Ae.oeiate: JnsLlue.S.F. :: for I I1llplI1 lilt) Roll s t tho work of tin )It..k AOmli-iil such Makaron: Ity druunrd.April .
nl I .. . .. .. was brtllo KlnxhliMuru. '
jdtMiliiotfiitlnrlou transport
FI.OIUUA. UiHHlnu ::/<;. J.i piinpiio Operations
irusvit-i-K, RAILROAD COMMIASlONKIta..TelTermm .in u tnnttoriiU-fc of Olploninoy. At the with 1:11 suhlliM-s on board, sank Without

II. Browne, chairman,. . .. Key Went , llnio. when 3>(. \Vltto nnd I'.uroi by HuHHliin torpedo: boiits.Muv .
. . . . .Mule River stuiio Ynln fought; JupaneHt -
K. Hiiilmni Iturr . . PortHiuuutl 1.-llotllu of I ho Plnnharn'SVegetable
D. PENNEY .1. M. |tr '' . .. . .. . .-. .. ..KlKHlmiiii-e. Rosen segued I the Irony nt of Lydia E.
> 'n. IflortouH. Success
\. It. U. liiinn, ,chirk . .. . . ....Mxulenn.lletorglounors . the other day It foiitiilni'd, as nrtlcli )l.HiHHnu\ of nrcon.1 ami third Jap Unqualified of Mrs. Fox:
Fla. May Cases
Talahaiee! in
a"I..l\Ico.\ at
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 11 the following; terms: unc'MitrmloH eKim lit l'ltmM\o mot Kin: Compound
CIRCUIT: COL ItT. horsolf to make atWi'i'intnt chow buy.

ITI'8VILLE, FLORIDA. Minor H. .'..n..., TltUHvlllo. ... . .Circuit Jiuln| "Knsslii. oujtnucu with Japan RlvliiK, ; to JII'U""l' ) \- :\1..) FenKhiiiinchonK onpturpd l>y tint and Miss Adams.

ill practice In 0.1the\ courts of the 7th J. <'Sl'rl"lt. Jones,rern-Fourth Orlando rrOHeriitlutr Momlav In March.Attorney. subJects the right/ to tt..h In llm.. May Jiipaiio lJnpsnoa, biittlonhlp llatsiiHOMiink

Judicial Circuit I Fall r rm-Fourth. Monday In Octolwr.HKEVAlin lion tiMritorlnlnliM, in the sea ofluiiin by a mil,.,; JapunoHo ci-ulner V"o-

('()Uol'Y CUI;IH.A. the elM of OUIiolxk andf Itel'lfg shin Hunk In toil Isloui. q

romu'V: .. .. . . .. ... . ..CulmtyJudgu. :May 1-211.-111111"1f I of 1'III"ho11",1: NunMIIIIII -
I VMK8 K. .ANDREWS, U. I<. (laiililitu. ,.. .. rrnnrciitinic Attorney. >eu." hill foiiKbt.Muv '
A. A. Stewart' .. . . In County IMay.. Chirk. In the treaty also, u:* a )part of ache 3d.-l'alny oeciiplod by I lie JiipunoMO Cr A r.1
ATTORNEY-AT-I.AW, Hl'ring'IS'rnl-S/xvslJ Monthly on the part) 1 und 2.-dourlh JnpniiPHe ui'mlaiiiletl >
51111110r'renl-Socond' Moiuiay In AiiRiiHt.Fall lo! n, was nn agreement! June
Turin-Huoon.l, Monday In Novetniinr.Wintir : UiiMHiii to live J a pun right/ of WRY lit TiiMmhuii.

i ,,iunty Judge of St Lucia County Turin--Hououit\ MoiKlay in February of lir the bay of 'l'l\l'tlll.-tltllJ l In i-ounvi. June, .tiamiijii! l'.plu.,1 by the J.ipivnose. n.
POUT PIERCE, FLA. , Ii. Walker.COUNTY Siipvrlntonilunt SCHOOL IIOAIl.J. . .. TltiiHville.Aleiiiliera lion with tlio ivBitlou of the Hoiittieri- June H.-Hlllth of VnfutiKOW, won by thJupuneHtt. ..
To .
Island. persons
-K. It. \rnokl. ., Mitluhar; R. .:. Minis, pnrt of Sakhalin of 1'ort Arthur
MiMinvuiiture; .1. A..ar..r.. Turnliiill.COUNT with the resources\ of the par Juno Uoinhal-clinoiH wv
TEPIIKX E. FOSTKR, territorial lM>Kim. I 4R
V CO llIIltltlIOS.RH.) tleiilar part of the IdiHrtluu June it.: -Naval hattlo off Port Arthur. ". J
EY-AT-LAW K. A. (.....kllnlC. chairman. Tillinan I Wm. R. waters lu the far east inentloiu In tintreaty June 2U. Molleii: pans II'l'ul.h..1 l hy thiJiipiittp i .t i;
ATTOlt Tltimviile .II lot, Inillanola I ; little vouneu-
Walker ; .. >.
'lh'I..IJ. : there illicit seen <
Jyal-Upchurch Building\ .Ja ,1. F. Wnutuii.. Couon: CuckXiuit, 1.H- lietwi-eu I'.shln'K rlK"t3 In the three July 8.ICitlplnir uaptured. h y llpneral tutu> :
I irnnice.liDKiilar
the .
Kl.A. rmisinus' are hold tlmt Monday In eaihniiintii. allied and In the gulf of Turtnrybut. / Jul 13.-Uakl on ehlpplim licitmi by ry !
JACKSONVIM.K' '' nena Petersburg and SnioloiiHk of the Iu-
.--.,- -- -- as n mutter of fact they Menu ulanoliinleor fleet.
HUUVAHD COUNT OFFICEItS. than fifteen yearn Japan1H. ) ..1111)N..wchwRnl:: ( evncunteil by tho ?.
1).1'enney.Titnrvlllui.) .. . .County. Jiule'| that( In

EAVEN REVEALEI A.U.A.A.1lnmden'ttttsvIHu Htewart, : :TltimvlllH.; : \: ; .: .-..'.County. ...'roe Clerk.Att'y, from 11 \. hire these been rights benelltetl[In nn amount llnnnolallj that KlIriftlllllH.AUK.. ..IlulfhoiiK. uvncunted by the HUM- / ,

A*iHmir. .
1".A. McMillan' Fun+ I su1b..Tax HlnnH.Auu.
rnlleutor.I tKMWHM) >.OiiO asked forhulenuIty muter! AiJ- iissiuella4doms
Hall. TltUHvlllo, Tax far exceeds the $ 10.f'0I'trlhlll' Hept
E. W. ; :::: '. :::: .Treamirer.J.ll. Fannie Fox
John I 'I Henry, 'lltiinvllle; nnd In addition to this, Bin mlrnlVllhoft ilerciiltvl ; the ndmlrnAUK.
FISKE BARRETT. Tlruxvllle.. ..SupnrliUeniloiit.J.o. ..
By : \ Krli-B: TlMmvllle:, ::.t'oiinty Surveyor. will\ have' 'It 'nrf'llIn/ outlet for her fluh klll.I. mink and
: ., Itr.IWll.'rklUvIHa,. . . Bhnrltr. practically/ confined 14.-rtUHMlnn cruiser Hurlli physician and he says I have no sign
Inches : Large Type I..1' that are now by
tngda'te' dnm Lydia
,sa:i pp.J4x7 \V.a.\orwoinl, Tltimviile. ftoplxtratiOn Ollleer. bay- the Uioinoliol and HosHla badly One of the greatest triumphs of tumor now. It ban also brought my
Cloth. to Btrli-tly. Japanese\ waters lron muter AUnilrnt lathe a anil I am1'
Fine COUNCIL. aged by Japanese siiia< I'inkham'a Vegetable Compound month", around once more;
TITttSVILLETOWN I\n" lug no other territory tuna that of Japan J E. E.!: KollliiH. mayor; Van\Vorleyniamhal inlRht land to ineiul :ill.: --Th. .. HuHMlan crulMer. KoMk ililveu conquering: rWdla 1'llikham'i Vei/etttblu Uomiwunil
which they of
collector 11. It. Pylen, clerk and' tri-amirei / on Tumor. l'a. .
for a limited period this book is oils red .tax Inltntearyn :tax MMHimHor; ,,. It. Walker. F.anti A. nets' pack their cntrh. etc.OITlcluU iiHhoro on the Inland' of Ktiropatkln Sukhiilln. and enemy Ho-called wandering pnlns may in the hulls-Faunly, D. Fox, Bradford "
., W. S. Itraiiiilnic AUK. U-Hupt. llenoriil
trade 50 cents. MnrjIIII..J.I'l II I'rltclmnl! Carruchem, uniiiiuiliiii-n. The council meet. of the Rnrernuient at Washington HuHHlan forces compnllud to relri....t wino from Ha I curly Blades, or this pron- Another Case Tumor Cured
raees Vcgetocbio
at inunlfpHknccoiupanled
ttrnt Tiionday In eanh. month. who have looked Into the mutter from l.laoyunw lifter a baltlu oC blue ence of danger may be made Ity I.ydla K. IMiikliuiu'a

with 9 cent postage tar mnilblg.CONTENTS. TITl'SVILLK, KOVRD OF TRADE.U. of Jilpanexe llnlicrlcH urn reticent hi expreHhliit days. by excl''lil' ve mt.'nICtrnl\tlol1 Ooini>oiiii l.
- -- )M. Ittlhhln.ro.I.lont; 1. M. Dixon treat.. In the pretni.es.It Oct. 11-19._First battle of the Him river; unnanul pain extending from the
vlewa by Plnkhams:
their .
. Meet neuouil wet mopped by the Jupaniino and thighs. Dear
IInr. O. Kiwt meratary. KiisHlau advance dawn tho groin I had intense pain
examination ovaries! three ago:
from un About
nf nemtav night In etu'h. month at their riioinH. was: IcartH'il, however under Field Marshal. Oymnu.Oct. pains if there years and raginghnniloehns.
1 Uu Origin of Angels; -The Enmiitlul' Nature of the tnap of the ceded fl>
loa v"' .. -Character of the Anltol.Tootlmonyr Hoavon.-I'ractl, lug territory ami ('01111'111'1111tha\' flaherI on by the llaltlo veil Mod. are displacement don't wait for but finding that I did, not get: any better he]'

il I S"rlptnrTho Sure Way to -'rIlE- | >H Ktntlstlca. of Jnpan with those. of Nov. ::10.-1\1..1"1' hill captured K>y tho JupHHVMU tlon or confirm your fears and go Huamliimt. me and, to my surprise, doctoral
il Teiuloiicy of this Ulocl..nro.--nvlr..nmont' before Port Arthur. time to in the uterus
n Hi'iivun, and Wlmt IlotermlneH It..clety. ;; Inloavoll. IliiHHla' and the western count. of America Jan 1, 1900.-Tort Arthur Murrcndcrvd" to through the horrors of n hospital operation 11..ul""I felt tumor mire that Itmoantmy drathwarrant,

A Heaven for the XimClirlxtA'orlil. HASBROUCKMOTOR. the-- JRplin will double her revenue Oi nei-iil NOIII l by General Htontmnl.Jan. '. ; aectirn Lydia R.' rinkham's Vegetable and was very disheartened. I simnt hundred

-Are Earthly lelatl"nohlp"C..ntlnnllllln| from fisheries! by her recent trnunnctlon. 27-F..b. ..General Urlpenhcrir de. Compound: right away and begin of dollars In doctoring but the tumor kepfct
!eavciiV--Moatiiinaiiil KuciiKnitloii. of Frlon.lo The l III"t year's rec-elpts. \ In Japan touted In attempt to turn Japaneno left !Its list and wrlto Mrs. I'lukham growing, till the doctor" mild that Kortiuiataly!nothing: but I
of the In flank at 1 lelkoutal.Fob. Mass, for advice.Read nn owratioii would lave nm. '
Appearance mounted Lynn. |
u the HereafterPersonal In Hoav- from the fisheries 24 and Muix-h 12.-llattlo of Mukden these strong letters from "rato. correHrMinded with my aunt In the Ntw' I'.ng-
-ReJnvooescmncennd Orowth STAKTS EASIER RUNS STKAIHKliOIVKSXOKEATEK : round numbers to $:KOOO.CXM) ( or the kRcond battle ot the Slia river who have been cured ; .and HtaU, who IvUed mo to try Lydia K-i\
-Holmes. und H.imen In Itenven.Oarmen of eastern Asia KuMHluns compelled to retreatIn ful women Vegetable Compound before submitting
A Kl'ince' nt the map ought: ,) I'ltikham'i ettrtedltaking
In Heiivon -Sex and Mar- EFFICIENCYand and KlrlnjUenoral Mm. PinkhamfFlr.tLatter and I at once
-ChlMren [ HiiRrmlien, In-I the Ulrtifllon of lliirbln. Dear to an operation '
Sakhalin or
TilIoat shows that llmkingovoryourbookI0410that your treatment finding to my'Krent :
In HOl\von.-.Wnrk In lIoavon.--Tho Uoovltch placed. In command "In a regular ,
Logo R.6h.toI.-.lternall'rnjlre.!: In uwea laud In Heparated from the mainlandby of KiiMMlan armies.I mmlielnti. cures Tumor of the Uterus. I have relief that my general health began to
> ,and How tu-
) nn I have a l
tolls I uotice
me <
-Cotmovlatlon of Angela with Men.ADDRESS LESS OASOLIXK: 1 the Knit of Tartnry and Amur gulf -(ny 27-28.--Navnl battle of tho Korean been to n. doctor end be If Improve and after throe months |,
grateful you kept
be more reduced In : ,
will\ had
Horn1'ower Sakhalin M north of Yetmo, tho northernmost strait (fouKlit ItiisHlan fl' .-t, iiiuler Admiral mar. I drawl ait operation." that the tumor month
per I ilo and tn tom
an *o oundt
nlinoHt annllillated. can help eta, on taking the Cnni>
than any other Kneel: : no made of the larger .Islands. Inoluiled In UoJimtveiiHky _Kannlol.. Fox 7 ( tHt.Bradfordl'a.Dear It had entirely disappeared without an oper-j
A narrow Una o( (!Second'! Itter.) and using. no medielne but) Lydln K.<
the JnpuneHu group. Mrs nnVhano atlon
THE NUNC LICET PRESS We continually demonstrate this. small islands. of the JapnneHo empire NEW KOMURA STORIES. I taka the liberty. to congratulate you on IMnkhnm'i Vegetable Compound\ and wordsfall |

42 WEST COULTER STREET north of YCHHO to the Karuchntkan lv l l..nti. Tl>n< Show extends Adams,
PHILADELPHIA. PA. ..iilor lmr. Envoy It has dono mn. -Miss Luella
sizes ft to MO) horse Power.HIOcl,1 of Jninnii H medicine.
Commercial The sheet of water monthliesftoppeil. ash.
punliiHiilii.! Elxhtoen months. ago my Hotel, fctoattle, W
Light High Spend size from between thin line of Inland. and the Llama Koiniirn's fellow townsman (Shortly after I felt so biullyl mibmitteil Such unquestionable testimony
)DO '01''AII4TO SEE THE WA, 20 to JJSl: Horse Power .libel IlnslilKuchl tells Home new stir examination by a physician rinkhanval
Siberian count la called the sea of Okliotnk. to a thorough the value[ of Lydlu E.
ton Self-Locking Tackle Blocks at Ja8. Tile gulf of Amur Is l an arm rli-a! of the chief Japanese envoy In the and was and told would that have I had to undergo a tumor on anopt'rlliion. vegetable proves Compound and should give

t'rltshard & Son'n store, Tltusvi! of this ea. The Part of Sakhalin la- Hopteudwr World'a Work. After the the uterus! confidence and hope to every sick

t'l.i.! Thousands of them milling] week. Benj. W. Jerome hind ceiled to Japan by Russia lucludet CliliicNc-JapniieBo war Kouiuru was I lOOn after peal one of your advertlsament . woman.
Rre appointed civil governor of the Uiui- and deeldwd,\ 1 to give Lydla I:. Pink- Mrs. rinkhara invites all ailingivomen
ly. throughout the North. They I STATE AGENT thut purt lying south of the flftlethparallel. One day it Japanese ham' II Vegetable CumH| >und a trial.. Afterteking to write to her at Lynn Mass.,
fitted with the 'Valton.Vinton Holler BEACH FLORIDA This la half of the Island as tong priilnsuln. five bottles as dlnx ted, the tumor Is 0
WEST: PALM had not known him before culled been xatnluett, For advice
who .. "
but It la n I linvii again
of the best luventlouit In fur uu: length la- (concerned entirely goim. Him.I I
Ucarlng-oue Woman's !
him. He expected, to sec n man w Woman's Remedy ;
the half Its area upon :: Pinkhan's Yeietable Compound i
the world. May also be ttoen at little IcHa than Lvdla t

In Unit part of the gulf of Tnrtary of heroic expression. _. -- .- .
- -- ---
ADVOCATE oluco. the bell he was usherMl -
When ho rung
................ between Sakhalin and tbe Siberiancount
-- - - .......... man whom he thought/ o-rxERS:
lu by a
: Is 'ald to lie pnrt of the richest lIe JE3[zLer1rIE:: : : JI3 I
: might bo a servant of tho house. :
tlHhlnK grounds In the world. Japanese wished to sun Mr.Komuru. I'llONK : KHTA: ltl.ISIIK.lt: I MHHVIIISKM
Intimated that

t'aX ii !i JOB at I these fishermen waters have. nuccesHfully' been unable owing to to fish tho "Mr. Koniura la now enK'lgud. -. \ '>: WIN*' GINS ANI. UHAN IUI'S..

; Kindly taku n chair In tho parlor ___ u_____ -- --------
'E' a > N : 1 1J. prohibition against them coming landing within ou atul wait a few minutes," answered Express Propald Lemp's Beer. I'or Dim.KalHtuir .
GJH territory or
UO.. dO .g : : KuHHlan IliiHMlnn territorial limits, three miles the ruin who ushered, In the visitorto A Full flnurt ell."re. 4 lIt' II (ltd EKJta I Huer .. .. . . . . .. . .. .. .. . (1 I M In

QI too 0 .Q the coast. the parlor, and then departed. hunting. ('limb It9n / ':: vi III) aNode 7t ::: .911u.. 'H''
t:' from few minutes Inter tho same man reentered I ,.,. ( mot; :: /4y.:. :: . .. , . . . . HIOilmrKur
.s It la off this. tract that the Japanctitf do for Monugrunl. II).. .. . . . .. ::1 7t'/ 4 /all "tM'II extra .nnri .. ,4 oo
[ and said "-hnt can I ,.'. . .... 111 II i.e' It lot :: ::: :: :: : :: ::
l'rD' PRINTING] have received ll-ihlmt; I'I//(ht". Ity tho I an" 4 I" Iye (limn Ale, plots . : : : :: ::: 'fin
i c !J. permission to fish within the territorial you, ulr?" The visitor was rather very mush Paulin' Wlilslieyuey II: : " : : .: :: {. J g 1 MI, I 12IttMalt u au: (hilliest Htont, |ilnl. .. . . .. ... . :aw:

i i limits of Ilunala la meant tho right to offended and mild In n angrytone 1..h. IIr"1. . . . . . d 7" II IHI ItIII/ Bulk Goods Jugs Free-Not
> Mr. Koimim. / lie It /soIIOland
.. "I said 1 want to see Apple IIrn'"ly .. .11 111I
;; '" lurid, mend nets, pack the (catch etc., before him 9 sib !II 1 VII Propald.
... :!i.r . 4 that It will now he poaslblo for Tho man who stood .reuses 1410. . .. . ..3111I/ oil I 0 anN"rt.1'nrnl0ln Al.flfi' per lul.--Uye Oln ('..rn. Omul Oritilu.W4.IMI .
& wO 1.1., so Bald "I nm Mr. Komiira. ('..rll. . ..V'\II\ 4 rw1' 7 410Mnantaln ) >-" tintItje, Hn, Corn., )llIIn. Finn
. of ALL KINDS . : Japan to use thin vast stretch that hadpreviously to n silk hat, I'lira . .. . . ...3111IK/ ) ml Mmo.lnalea 1 Jiiullty.\ '
t\\ JIIL''l Ijceii closed to her. Koniura prefers n derby .'. Item .. . .. ....: all 4 N T 'l.aleufonl : W4.no"" per U..I. -It,.., Om, Corn Rum llont
0'c! I he has insuperable n version. . .
to which nn u"", 3 711I/ 1a' \IIII/ !r t for the niMimy.W.l.oo .
The of Hakhalln which Japan . . . .. . .. .. 111I/ nn IIIf./ uiKl
am. EXECUTFD : part I Hiring Ids stay In America us u Grape IIra'y' a "" |.ip 11x1'WI"' Kve. 1'eitvh AiiplallruiHlv
a( ) .. from HUMH.I| Includes about all KlelgnrKuut'nn. /nnirix0l ., ..II 711I/ In II/lfl/ M..t'tI".IIv'trIO.' .
''I I student< he often vl..lto'"w York Port Sherry fir Augeltea.. .. .. ?::01 1\1) 3 111 1 toAumrtment .4 IM) |>HP OwJ._Victoria. Itye. Hficlal l'r..l'
= le.iJo I.! of the Island: that It Rood for anything, city. As a government: sent. Btudent It alh.we.1 on all etoafs "t ...... I.rl..e.. ICY.. .Muilli-lnul juulity..

qc ; I I CHEAPLY : it la .... ...1.1-. -. an. far ns fiihlne' bases and was proper that ho should wear<< n _---- --

.ai mining are concerned. But In case thiJnpnneoe he t.IU.I"SHVe"t. AdnniH Ht. tTiicknoiivIllo"' Flu.
hat whenever
w fi.tar > ; frock rout and a silk
ARTISTICALLY, find it agreeable to fish further
=. < I f j I along the Hland's coast the term! went out on the streets.
= : One clay wishing! to have n Jape-
. i 9 J 9 CI' and with DISPATCH. of the treaty give them permission tt new dish he went out to buy somirient. C :I-3: : .... S :E3: L 0" ( OO ,
Mile l OkhoUk seathrowing .
!- and Into the .
t '" go around him Ir
The butr her gave It to JACKSONVILLE. FLA ,
1119W. .
: lilT. H.yfJL.
; of
v .l .)e open tbnusnnds squaremiles a paper package. As the baron did! .
:! CD'1: C . of flshlni grounds that may hit
: hand the
not want to carry It lu hU on
5. IItSTATIONERY eoreretl with Japanese fleets It iCOIoM street he put It under the high tftt I
e; !\ that: IliiHsia haa done I.rncth.nllynQthlnlC
,3\ co 4me OUR STOCK: OFJ L on his bond. Forth he went on llroml-
of the
:r: ca to develop this pnrt resources with p3w11r. ;
-a :J . of her, Astatic territory and way toward his boarding house : l zaPRI

e. the Japanese. have been crowded and) an air of perfect unconcern. Hiiddony '

C' 01 N n :\ 13 COMPLETE Jammed together In tho confined limit. I the wind rose and knocked the hat :AID

off his )head Irmiltancously causing
wi : YOL ARE INVITEDTO of their old fisheries.
((1) ms. the meat to( be dropped on the
With the throwing open of the new AI

.. 1 ".2 == : INSPECT IT. Li. waters by the terms. of the peace treaty walk to tjie great amusement IIhle'l ,..V a .t .

= the finning Industry nil along the : young lady who .was passing by. I/lw ) .
fot'i While be minor In
north const of /oIltlt.'rllwill be developed was yet a 6

i. : to Its fullest extent It It I said pertinent of foreign affairs the baron'lIIIILI'lry 12QTS QTS

Qci 'r0Q. i! EAST : nt the 1'nlted joItutf'1I fish romralHalon won. anything but enough, to I

O that the toning right granted Japan iwet! expense HU father, bad conTarted ...

the treaty will make her a very a debt amounting to several I
: by
: : : a i\ COASTI close competitor of the United Htaten In thousand of dollars through his business I

= n : tbe cod, salmon herring whale nod failure Tbla debt the baron tffIC'1'

:zpD will flvherleft and thftt the waters abe upon himself to pay out of his ,

>= .. F,< :cC' i I ADVOCATE : has obtained am In every way rqual to alary lu monthly Installment!

.F.. those controlled by the United States. Ou every pay day tho creditor. o' I
: It !In pointed out that the United Cwampoi Koirmra. who were many, ti

States paid Russia nn Insignificant sum came to bill son's house and demandedtaymeot.

-e i 1 PRINTING OFFICE 4 for the seal fishing rights In the n- J They would l leave very title .

9 -. lag Ben and that these flsherle" are to the baroij each month but the

8 now paying S2tM*).1trio n year. When baron mad. no protest and calmly met 1'alMt ,
eX Co.
tile Urowlnu
f1 : A rent for
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President: WM. M. BnOWN, v ...
a JAMKS. PRITCHAKD. ? .dldtm
LAND FOU SALE !St. Lticte and Itadn township :M/ south, range'.1 east; '
i ,,1. EAST COAST ADVOCATE counties. escilptlon of \Innd: Went clone to O. K: Wood's pineapple plan.I

and went! of south tat Ion on St. J>U'le'; I'lvel111; acres,
J i of northeast .
Too often officials are judged 4 I RIVER STATE
? PUBL18HKD KVEBY FBIDAY.Entoreil from the standpoint of their politi. east J.4', BHC. 1(5( townnhlp Uu:J:!, range( 31)), Dade county ; BAH
of northeasta i
101 :-JO-lOO!() acres, :St. I.ucie couniy. Ala,, the northeast" 4 I
ville, Klorlas there men so narrow -
Tltu afllllutions i J
at the rontofllca at cal by tonhhli &t t Hrmtli, range
> :ll" oci>ml-clu.... matter.CIIABLKS they refuse to recognize any West >i of northwest V4' and went % 41;: "a"t.n sec.; south. fork of tit.: I.uole COUNTY DEPOSITORY: I

to.. ------ other of southwest sec. \a\:\; township ;'M: Dade
good exists in a person of po. 4 river; 40 acres, : county. Authorized capital on ;
)[. WALToN, Editor A puhllsher. 30 KM) St. Luclo county. to belief than their own. l No range acres Apply' Paid capital
)ir ii litical up ;: :;
' +, t done Northeast 3 of southeast }4', lIeo. 3, vllle\ Flit.Y --.J. c-\N -2,000
ii,' I 4 WIBKLT JOURNAL DBVOTED TO Tao D.VOrMKHT > greater injustice can be an cHclal. 4 ": Average deposits, $2 r-j.oon
IKDIAN BIVEH LAIIB good men In :) '
r OV Tall There are as --- -- -- - - -- -- : .j

,a 5 4 I Itil''t WORTH AHD BISCAVNB RAY KBOTIONH.Dlnaontlnuan one party, or faction, ag in anotlx, -"'" Transacts a General I

' '. a of ilvts.. numt be niailep ... and the officials of one party may -- -,' rz Banking

l .ally at thin oiilce or \>y wrObeo.k.eto. (. hesseompetentasthosehf f nnotht, L Business

a Il ;. if the best men are placed in otllce. i ,

m ? may tie made payable to CHAKI The standard of Judgment. should A HER! AY COiif 16 e ; Largest and Oldest Bank on .. iIlb1i
1,1 + (I. WALTONplibllst'or., not be political faith, or the fuet '
M ------ / +r{ 9 Exchange bought; and 1 .r! I' I
tt t that he Hi IU ted with certain, fac. =--
o '
for Inforn'''
y tOT* In writing, "1O AO\'O"ATK PALA PLA y r Cnnntii s.
tlon 01 my kind,Ihiiwrltor will obliicabyencloairiimlmlilrc : Linn in the last light, but intent and P

l h !" F lal a | ,nii j has / ever ,, "
Many an olllcial good III i
BOSTON (1MrI'fi-'l'HE( V.AKT COAST Aovn ency. + :'
1 k OATH linn. opi'iiml. nn > ; Boston wliloli will lio In charge or Mr <:laulo, and many are honest, but not efIlci. GE Empire Tibet <"i>iui>iinClorUla \ v

R 9 r h O.'Walton.Al .-- .._- ent. Ofllcials then, to measure to MATE.JUAI. I ": tl ahv ?i 'a" ) lluiik nnd, 'fr".. I IL.II Irl:1'I' f..

: EAST: COAST ADVOCATE!:, intention and the power nnd abilIty -
TlTUSVILLB KLORtDA and they ,"ust
to accomplish,
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( be honest nnd efficient. 1 he ele>c- 1i '
JI (a. s.IepartmentofAgrlcultw( i tion of those who cannot meet thl" .1::....................................+..001001. :.. (Successor"' to Dobbins Jtros.)

I I. O t Weather Itureaii-iTupltcr, Fl J standard Is a mlst"kl" G-: CcLYld.. .. .
THE : Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith -
ti : Budges, Checks, Doorlumh"I'K.,
Thehllowingla a comparative statement War sad Literature. -KEI'AIKINO OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A SI'EClAI( I '
b of temperature and rainfall for the Oun and Revolver pants and key I at wholesale. Trunks and Valln> -, i iUH ,y/j
Whatever tends to stir the Imnglutlon -
salt (N week ending Tuesday, Sept. :2(3.!/ loolS.1001S j :: Alain 8 I>t. Jacksonville. Via.:

h vl' -1904- and, enthusiasm of It people Yf'ry i PALMETTO PIANO CLUB _- -- ---- - -l
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DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN.: deeply fiwnUt'im all their powers to g

: 27 8.:; 7.i 84 '72.: fresher ,'lgIAM lih'I'l1ll11"tho\' rl'l'ol'cl AND SUPPLY COMPANY
( 2M 84 I 7,i 85'j 7:1;: of the thought win-rein man mirveyt hJ i THK SOUTHERN FUEL ,
et 1 l r' 20 I M 71III 85 7f7s i [Uy Joining( our Piauo Club! you will b" al.lo to gut I a (ftuutrnde* > !
d 72 Hit : owu uctloiiH mid the thliiKH\ related to .
I :
tN ? r j 4 1 ASSt: 7J 1 S3: 7:1:: them the result of warn\ quite HUI-U to .. Piano for $:iG7 on payment of $10: d awn and membership dues of *. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

i ",' ," 2 8S:; 7i 80 711; Btlmuliilo abut may be vailed this ('f. ed free to nmirest ,
> month, without Interest. I'l.ino\ dclivi 'Ii,
i1 84 70J per
R :J 1015 7H
; florescence! of imtlomil lift Tho lutlu. i ..-
li b J I Total rainfall: for the week : 4.88 ence may not bo pfreeptlble In wu depot, as soon HS I ho list( 'On I Dollars' Is paid .,..
rainfall for
( from normal : Brick.
I Sidewalk
Departure and
I Vitrified ...,..
Inches. times theiiiKelreH. 'I In latenxe lutl'l'e,1lu
,i. week: plus 2.47 Departure ,
,' + 1 I from normal rainfall slnco January 1, the uctiml at such a period 1"lll.'I' ADVANTAGE t tlF OUR CLUB PLAN |:
ty : Street, Jacksonville, Florida, Teleph, : x jjj
P ,'W; pins 2.12:! Indies. thins Its outlet nowiuliiyn In the new. OIHces foot ol Hogan

1' 1 ''r 4y?F!, lIAr.: J V.__I(CumIN, Observer.If niper, and t the niaKi'zliit thin hi boo!.- :. To Introduce and! not( this Piano\ hef.,'" the public, we will foi m ** J. K :MUNNERLTN, General Manager.

I inuldiix;. und liooli ritadlng.\ Hut nfh'l'
TUB Florida farmer may not boat mem'teis. and each member will\ !get :
thu war, U over nod thought subHlilt" o a club of ONK: HUNDRED ,
+ home in the city' but he has the The Oldest,( Kutablfelieil: Grain and Seed, HOUM mil. rut,. ,'
4 from Its I'lTi'i'Vcm-fiit' tu thu remlul wholesale. price. The club Is limited to ONE/ *
1'lario I at
beaten 40 when I a
wise city man ways cent mood. then the effect In: opt I to :

+ 'fir it comes to Judging; ; the weight of show Us strength/: The lover who : HUNDRED members nod all Instruments will, soon bo taken :

?fa ; ii a Florida rnzorback.A wriloa ti sonnet to hilt IIIIItU."....' eyi 'VV"rrl.: : : ..6... Sours: cSs: Cc.

t brow IM not ut that moment the vied THE PALMETTO PIANO i

health magazine has this bit of u**triiid: 1 piiMdlim:: la till Its fury biho .. GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,

of advice : "Practice the art of must have felt Honietlilutf like It factories
.1 that bas been manufactured in our own :
t1 I 1 t y deep breathing. After the morning previously' I'etrnrcli could not bLve, : Is an Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
special features that will make it stand: the climatic : ,
,} bath take a deep breath, retail written his exquisite' poem> If he blltl with some '

IwR t f'I' it as long as possible, then slowly; been actually sl;:hlm at the feet or :+ conditions of this State butter than any Piano male.t :. ST, WUta MO 201! East: flay Street, JACKSONVILLE, Kl i.i

l expire. Laura. jZ Catalogue 11'1'1'0.VarehOIlMIIK on tracks of 8. A. r.. U'y and A. i I Ky
There was u iimxuKU-ent outburst oC SEND FOR CATALOGUE.The .
exercises are held responsible literature In KugluudTouring! the Nupc+ .

for the fact that within, Iconic wars itit\ true, but tUero wet!

t the last GO years the percentage of IxiUueuces at work bettldeH", tho turret Cable Company i Inc & Baker

S young; men.unfit for military ser our spirit to produce,( the result I 1 It : array

1 vice has fallen from ;00 per cent to was rather tho fruit of the French eel'. .

20 per cent. olutlou whleli. preceded> Nupoli-ou'u rlst'. JACKSONVILLE FLA : 4O1-4KJ Isast! nay Street, Jacksonville, Florhln,
: FRANK E. CHASE Manager. ,
So: In tho iniiKiilllL-i'iit Klizahethau IK!' :
-Makers and Jobbers of-

1p :' I ; TilE Czar of Russia has dubbed Hud, when England" / \ was llslitln a llfuiul ..4......N............... ............................
? chief in death "stniKKie, with i Spain:: then lit
M. plenipotentiary
I Material
the peace proceedings!; with Japan, the pox: of HH power, tho chief feel e Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon ,

lq in of his llstlux fo.'c.'UII. the vision, of u uewl I,' ,
1 u Count, recognition !:tier
a.a t vices to his country in a task of discovered world!, with nil\ Its bound lewposMlbllltleH Nurseries. Saddlery, Rubber Tires
which Intoxicated tllc The Ocklawaha
and marl I.
as a
1 highest importance, Etc. Etc
it.. First-Class Repairing and Painting,
p d 'a of special favor from the Emperor: ImiiKliiutloii u.4 men f"ieculateil ou
marvels. Hiring our civil war, whirl -

hunk the country to the roots, then,' Growers I
} Te rnn.go
IT is that if Ambassador was but little done In literature liu want send1 new D'11Y Your . .'
their this : We to our
p. Who expect to enlarge groves year
1 Reid shall tin
II ll;+" keep up the fertilizing effect was very evldeu about :September 1st. WATCHESfrom
social he has net in Knglam catalogue: which will be ready lor mulling FINE DIAMONDS AND
( after -Hie ended and tine perloi
our Fruit
'QI r' the development of the Citrus Industry
old watched closely
We very
++ ""t R his term as. American reprexenta since has been one of brilliant llterur;)' give valuable Information to new and a house that hag been In business over t1mti'\ years,
In Florida/ elute 1805: and we believe we can
tlve there will cost him $500,000 PRICES
activity. OUR CITRUS TREES are the climax of excellence, and only valuable and has always had the reputation for LOW

,It 0 He Is laying plans for a social ant It would bo easy to multiply proof oMltrowerll.varieties are propagated our nurseries. It will be to your Interest; to look on the finest goods Imported and Manufactured.
diplomatic campaign such as none<
that thu HtlmuluA to literature
of that list over, and we believe you will decide to give us your patronage, after con
l of his predecessors thought war takes Its nctlvo form after the In+ Hess: & Slager
KIlorllitbe/ Inducements we have to offer YOlilI'ECIAr. < ,
undertaking.A subsided alike tor
r teime excitement: ban TERMS to those who place their orders now for fall mind .. .llIlerplanl.lng.
the Mho make books and! thus*!
people !
Kansas paper takes this shy l at the man whose dome of though finds In its reminiscent and reflectlviuttltuile ,' FI.Olttl)1.
y; (I lacks the usual growth of cnpllliirj/ a greatly enriched Held 1 In+ The Ocklawaha Nurseries 3tO: W. Bay St. -

I Hu stance : "A bald head is not which to work. It IK. natural to cxpec -- -- -
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necessarily the sign of brains 01 m outburst of IItt'rllrytjtor in tho fui .
I Ol7D. OOTXEXOI: : : Pre>p.T t.------
i t I talent Hunch Glover'n head is at (.'ant. The rnee which l'I'O ? c destitute of hair as a peeled onion, and la represented\ today by Tol -

d / a I and his skull is so hard and hit dot and corky will ex|>renn in books Its" .-.-...- .--...--....*.-.....*.........................N.1.*. J

; v I head so empty that he should weal low renentnu'it and new iiHplratlous, : -GREATEST SHOW EVER HELD IN FLORIDA $ II -and Hula Uagas.

t u husker in his plug hat to keep il .\n<1 the Japanese. will not feel that: Onion Sets-Uermuda and Pearl. I

,;I I '' $ ; from clunking when he puts it on." hey have conquered place in tin, i; The Manufacturer's' Pare Food and Industrial Exposition, Cabbage-best val'leties/or ]o'lorldlBoany..

ivetitern world until they 1 produce a uu- Potatoes-for fall X 4 ROHO and Triumph.
Jacksonville Fla.. January 4 to 18. 1 9O6. Seed > 1
1'I'I IN an address at the .Missouri tonal literature to he rend of all man : 'I: Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, E"'

state ft ir Congressman W.1). Van. ilnd.! a (mA MUSIC: GOitfIOUSFLECTIIICAL: DISPLAYS. AUTOMOBILE:* I

diver declared the Missouri mule : SHOWS MOTOR BOAT AND SPORTSMAN'S CARNIVAL, I Z,. C7. 3M E Ii ON.. Soo ism: :: n: ,

had made his !state famous!'! the The O.nra l>Ullk" of \Vltto. i xi.1o-txoz3loet.X:: :lyrxill: : H3rcll.n3l-ts; $ 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville,

I i' world over. He concluded his address The lie pei'donul )powers lIuotht'r't'rtt or M. \VItt : -UIIEAT DEMONSTRATION'' OF PURE o'OOD- : : 4
vlll wulijeeled to
', by saying : "I takeolt'myhl\t 1''tI'I'M'hurlf Kist: Coast Fruit Growers cnn secure spoon. at reasonable rates. Addreu sail: _* o ___ '
h. St. :
tf'Mt that returns to
to the Missouri\( mule and !stand! at now j oomniuulcations J. II. KARJUIIAR, Oen. Mgr. .
SI ft" : I a respectful distance. The only wearing! new laurels. The world<1 Ilerklmer Ituilding, JacksonvIlle. Fla. *
animal with no ancestor of his own ina taken thogrent Uussbiu Btatesniaii ..11111.111.....1.............1N1.......11........1.
mainly on bill reputation as a liberal
type and no hope of posterity of
rngreaslvlst.>: At last he lum been palloryLines
I any type, he maintains his", importance -
in war and agriculture and "''''11 right In the crucible und comes -E VEHICLE & HARNESS CO. .
nit blutser/ than before. This will not ,
l demands his price wherever men
9 : i lease the roar and the reactionary :Corner Foisjth and Cedar Sts.
A "struggle' for supremacy, whether in
war." arty around the throne lie ban been JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Our SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPSLargest

I I peace or uteri ut lionn for tho very. qualitiesnd
the' """tNO -
i deeds which give hint fame abroad stock of . . and most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships on

i TIIK progress toward' perfect 10 baa revulutlonlxed llunslu. while Inthtt WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES.SUKKEYS OVERCROWDDI'GIMPORTANT -
equality for women is more rapid rhea
I confidence and pay of the czar. GUARANTEED >n
than on the surface. The : TRAPS, UOAD CARTS, 4 STATEROOMS ARE POSITIVELY berth"the '
appears lintlite has not been an umlerunil number nt
l the
hips, ?? no tickets will be sold to
I h I :, ladies, bless 'em, are no longer I reformer. lie has worked forrenter HARNESS: SADDLES, F.TC., ETC.ETC. I mrf"1 I "
or seating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring all passengers
t I ) ;' standing back. in anything. They .
M Itussla Just as Japans geeuttaf'eulan -IS NOW COMPLETE: -
1 service and attention.
are in all lines of industry, compel :
I ,,': ItoVOI'I."I for greater Jaiin. -- -- --

I;; r lug with tliH tyrant men, and the I Like Ito Wltte developed the ::rCatl on UI1 and you will find l our prices will please >ou. PASSENGERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE: EVERY FnIP.\
t'' university and sociologists
professors i-iUMtrlen of the tuition put business .
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- - - See Schedule of In Florida Times-Union
b ( Ships
.,; are beginning to take notice heiul of pleasure) und "uoMe" Idleuess -

J''ftIf 1 ::1 and butchers and bakers and can. 11I1.IIIIMMlllu! tlun. He built factories and TITU5"V"ILLEJ: : : : : : L..L V :i iIZY 5T.A.DLEJ.: : LOWEST HATES TO FORK AND ALL POINTS NOUTH!

dlestick.makers ar* on the run. and
tll. factories built up towns Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the
,. { al i1 Man has no sure grip on the mo. i\vns'" gnthereit lu worklujfmeu who do- FEED AND SALE ,I ., SADDLE IIOKSES: "
of lie
I nopoly anything any more. nimled the rights the peasants dare

dare not let to spit on his hand. BUGGIES, *
go n"t ask for. Thin was the price of UIL'1l11111t11'rOltrt'sli. ...STABLKS.., Information regal
Through tickets old to all northern points. For full
I.' lest his place be taken by ulster and tho autocrats don't SURREYS, ''tractloos offered by no other line; diagrams, reservatins! tickets, etc., FP'V'
;, y woman, and he lose his Job. Heretofore ( Uk.IHe on that aocount. Thin. merembJet BAGGAGE FloridlSEND

M l' the trousered tyrant has had .t ban alI1.b.'Cu stubbornly TKANSFEH, and TURNOUTS of ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville! ,

1"" ttt t burglary and .stage-robbing to him hllll'fI..J.mt In the very teeth of the
elf but he is In losing ETC. ..all kinds.
( i now danger I czar and will hardly prove lees no now HAULING

j c even these", as it is announced : thl\t tile western world, which In his : YOUR JOB PRINTING TO THE ADVOCATE.
I l T from Oitking, Cal., that a "lady" J. M.: Osbctn" COUN'S'<
odd has approved of him at a close THE
1 IN
I + m, i burglar Is operating in that town. \ ew. TITUnlLLEra:: rear of Robbln* Law STOCK OF

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It EAST COAST ATE \VS. .: Out 1st, 1OOS.:

all .
Mosqultots gone.A. 1I..I"n'IO.h hand "lt| 1st. kk0..3 7mm! i 24
.\ \ \ waived in 8wpt it KO. .. .. .. *'M .11.
********** M. Terwllllgnr, Is over nt Shiloh,
********** .
shipping grape fruit. Total . .. . .. . . SS H.waT. FIRE INSURANCE l land
< then varraiitn paid 'In !'Iel't' IIKW,
1 W. S. Ballon, paid a business trip to and. ,, No-vvi=!V Note Contributed bv Our Re1111ar :. Tltusvlllo, Thursday. eraaa.tSotlonlBollrt.' .. .... .... . . .. -".'"$"I O'J

Corns of Ennt Coant Colic,spondents.evvv'v : W. }I. Maxwell Is shipping the grapefruit IhtlancecnhandOct.' 1st, ItX16.$1),017N1

crop of I-. U. Goodall. ,
, _ . . _ AIIOVH HAtAXCH IS IIItLtt AS roLL!>"S.IViuwiteil :
; ........T ........ .vwwwvvwvvvvvvvvvvvvvvww'- - - - - - - - -.-.-.- Mrs Forbesof Turnbull, was calling lu Indian River State are prepared to give

on friends In Mlms, this week. I Itiink.ait! ]per (',,,,h'l'r's purtlttoato!
tatiliHd monthly report.' Luns clioek.
;j'f' Please send all communication* Eau Gallic. (:i. N'olle and wife, spent Sunday In audit .... . . .5 iMWXfII

u toms for publication to 1'Editor, Titusvllle with their son and daughter.J. A LA NO Kg UBLONO O TO RACII ruin AH K )t-

I)' n .XTK, Titusvlllp, Fh11" \." 7. Kyxorhas: ; the contract to move t'niiiity n..venlll'-Oener. LOW, .:Fund. .. .. 8 HO' 20 PROPERTY OWNERS
Will :\10\'olIough'.. house at Tiiinbull. >. Rend ami HrlilKe Fuiul" . ,. 1.1 no
-riUHKIA.y' ALAI Fuel .... . . . ..
Itnlldlnir '
; Wo cannot guarantee to puUll-di tHIl (ni.lliO Flollllll..showem Miss Flossie T.i 'lor." spent Saturdayand : Fine::: anil Forfvltlrek"nud.: .II.J: "::1 d

'.11- hat do not reach this otlloo before Sunday with friends! lu Tltusville.K. .. lrpodingi'rieuuer''laid" . .. 7mt4ensppv.
Now, hint.'o l 1 .. !II 1'1
Road Fend,
and Squalls during the past II .. .. .. -
|, >n ThursdajB.i'li a.. nut' w r 1 1t
oi week. .\. Green, Is expected. Saturday .. .. .. .. .. a .. in? 7na
fioin his buitiuuss till) to Jacksonville. I .. ii. it >. nst.I..oi -tit. i iiliiino 14.
respondents oblige K. C. Itiiinw, of C.inaveial:' : wan In Elm iVarilnn Fnnil "" *)
us by Gal h lie, on Monday I hist. Mrs.\ W. :N. riuuuloln, of LaGrange I'loiiortyof liBiuwsml rorsmis Fmul .... IHCoiuUvSi'hool "
;, the names of people and placesuiv was visiting Mrs, B. J. Minis, several, -(Jenernl l Fund, 113\ K.: r
No diminution in the height of the Sppual( l TaxHoluiol 'niBt. No.L.. 1 W IN 1'
) n possible V days: this week .. \. 4. i. u J.. liu: oil: the ; l possiblE::
water! In the Km; l.illio Ulver.: The backHllltl'Y .
iBBMBMMMMMBHHW MBBVI**!** Is also well under water. P. T.. ICy 7ernnd Tom Ellis, are liar ..i 44 u .t 44 4 HHI.uclecn. .. 41 SBTotal IIi s rvTs .

vesting..: and shipping their large of
Melbourne.lilltRH K.: A. M. Stewart has put a large re sweet' potatoes.Mrs. . .8 (0,9x9 02: best at

filgorator In lilt meat market, and will Julia: iII NNr, Comity 'rr IIAurer.
1 bo In shape: to handle his. Increasing bus : II. Roberts, arrived Saturday,
iness. from a tin ee lIIon tb's visit In Connect I protection the
w ftOODIB.-Reul Kdtato: Notary cut and New York WEATHER REPORT.
If, lii and Omveyaneftr. Agent for iEtu.iIrer1motaedLoinnd'OluheandIlartrorv The yell la\yience Orr, will be put
11 I .( Into commission at onto by the Indian T.oe Coats, a former resident here, was llr 11
Hit .laurwncal'onqanle." the Intorenta" ot mm. .Hpm'fal renUleutn., attentioit K. and Lake Worth Fish Co., at this in Minis recently, representing/ S. J. Ity Kov. Jns. IL. White, observer for 1

point Sligh, of :Sew York. Weather: Durenu, U. S. (hlVemnHmt.1H' .
1 rr, '' .ilt\lllil\
h ).
' Sub for the Edgar K.inlerson'will October IIAnFon SKPT. 11105. I
'F orlptlons ADVOCATE, : bo In charge of came: In quiet and peaceful
e pink paper of the East Coast, will be tliuFlolidil'ishandProd Company's After four weeks of September wind nod Highest teumpernturOun !ii days. $9.1)' !)

L-oived, at the Melbourne Postoftice.Rockledge. branch at Eau: lapis\ this coming winter rain, It again seems life living In Florida. Lowest :J" 72: 0

Benson.Capt. !Mean for tlie month . . . . sn.7 LOWEST RATESin
\v. \\. Italian who has
: tho
Average mean lor at yours , . . St).7IIIj.hest"
i Kogera Is making: regular trips past three months visiting filcndx multi I :21 "lnl 18$11.! . s..11
for passengers And from Eau relatives In Georgia( is home
freight expected "
Io\\ellt" :21 11t1 lsOT.\) . .7
Gallic to Cocoa and Intermediate next week.
Courtney !Rainfall I in Inches . . . . . . . l.i: ..VAveiago
1 Sirs( J. I, Swlnson Is visiting Mrs. landings: Mrs C.: S. llallou, and daughter, )Miss. for :2S years . . . . S 11 in

I itson at Frsntenao. A. II. AdLl11l1l\nd: family, left for Miami Blanche, leave:Sew York via the popular IraittOHt 2S In H7S . . 2.1.7!:

i \V were all pleased to see Capt. A. last week, where Mr. Adams will Clyde Line, next Tuesday, lifter Least! 2:IS" In I 1882: 30Prevailing

Canova, among us for a short time. bravo charge of the branch, owned by spending the summer In Boston anti direction of wind . No
.t: week the Ploild.i<' and Produce Co. Gloucester, Mass. Number of clear days . . 1:1: I AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES [

fair . , , . II)
I f. S. Hardoe, wife and daughter, have The J. W. Broth! Is 1llchlthe standing cloudy . . . 7
turned homo feeling some better fore rigging on the new spur stepped last full" of Traffic J\1t'lInlnJ.: days with rain . lii I

,:bango.i last week. This laifiayawl Is one of the these HUBS from ,1 with tliundor 1.1:
Chad; nick Bl'Otbcl'R'1tau II i 'ho space: of a few minutes Mr II. compuny'slleet.Hr. Casey, la. Think what might; have re Island 1 Home, Meiiitt Island Kl.i. Morgan & Walton

',overt, while fishing last Friday. Sarah' ( '. Hodgson's! pony walkeiloff suited\ I from hllllel'l'l Idle cough If he had ,

inch two line sea baas, one weighing with the buggy/ on Monday I evening, not taken the medicine about which ho COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.

Ibs., and the other 21: Ibs.J and did not tutu up nt Pinewood Lodge, writes: "11.\,1". fearful cough, that disturbed ituovillo' Florida
till 8 p. m. The pony will be fastened my niuht's rrst I tiled everything 1 = : ._
J Jim Swlnnon, caught In traps, the In the future 1 -
but nothing"" would relieve It, until (continued 1 fioin page 8.)
of Ills hon house, but not un- 1 took Dr. King's New Discovery for
11;i they had taken 22: line chickens. They A jolly party was/ out sailing/ on the and Colds
lore two largo wild cats weighing 22: and first of the week, in the sharpie, Ll/y.io. completely Consumption cured, Coughs" relives which K:, C. Hy, frt on inch poor farm 12I.,IS .
l'I Ihs. Among those on board, were: Mrs. me. Instantly (U F ])III'(1n, sup poor fll'nt.: 1 :2)n) The Walton
permanently all throat ,sad
Christian. Miss McAllister, the Misses cures Mrs\ J K Paine, nursing Spearnmu III ell' '
Mr and Mis. K. V. Douglas; and their Arnold lung diseases; prevents gill and i'neunionia. .
Florence and Bessie Hodgson, Brady Jtros ndso for p farm .HI I!) 111)J
harming daughter, MHH! Stella will leaven and a number of gentleine/i. At Ked Cross Pharmacy: ; /gnar seeds tot P faun , .'111 0.J .I
| Saturday" next for Jacksonville, where nnteed ; iiOe. anil #1.XI. Tilal bottle fieoJEFFERSON'S .
Walker A Co, mdso for Jail 1 i.1))
A jolly dane! at Adams Hall
attend school on Saturday Self.
no \\ coming -------
year. 10V Dunn, cook p farm Aug.Sept: 21 IInI ) Locking
jjlio will: be missed very much In this evening last. !Melbourne anti I Janierson work '$ ..wIs"nAl
horhoocJ. other points were well represented., FARM SOLD. 011 pour farm h5 1 7.;; ;
i<'Igh Misses 1'uek and Booth had charge of PA McMillan, d-;Scum |HII'! ); levy I.7J; : (III

I The water Is very high, caused by the the details and a most enjoyable time The )tip \ Winkle farm at Ilokokus, Jtu"> KIJ.NM.

|icunt I the ruins lowlands, and many are overflowed of the gardens On was spent by those proaont. for many years the. home of Joseph Jefferson St Luolo County, amt due . . .1."; 07 I Tackle Block.
rimisday, the head waters of the or. I the actor, passed, today; Into the IKAI KfNI JltP NO. :2. ::i.I i.i.I I

I hns came across the Hit wood and The OHgiial. hands of T. A. Ifowaid civil engineer of X M Fish, road work . . 10 IXKOA1 ) I I

liwcd" Into Indian River at It. L. Johnon's Foley A Co., Chicago/ originated Honey the Erie Railroad, says the Now York !Sun. > FUND/ DIST. -NO. 3.
bringing/ llsh In quantities with It.
and Tar; as a throat and lung remedy, aDd The farm for the past six years ha E U Arnold, road work' . . . . ;5 (H)
I Tlio Ladies Aid Society met at the on account of the great merit and popularity E A "
been conducted as a model farm by \Mrs Stewart/ . . . lr 1111*)
*'si hy' last, and elected olllcern for the en- Imitations are olforod for the genuine'Ask II. :Miller, a neice of Jay Gould. She \ Arnold, . . . . 3 IKK )

l"ingoar.. Mrs. Win. E. Hall was re- for Foley's honey and Tar and refuse operated It In opposition to her husband' : Svedellous., . . . . 3 0X where to go for general !line

lloctcd president; Mrs. J. K. Bottler, any substitute will offered as no other wishes and her stock of peacocks, pheasants : M Fish 13J !JII! of /good drugs. It'. been. cured by our
jiee president ; Mrs. C. W. U'lllefoid, preparation glye the same: satisfac and other unprofitable animals U W loode, right-ot-way for road, loll (M)
tcretary, and Mrs. A. F. Hatch ti tion. It Is mildly laxative.! Itcontainef anon medicines and l IK one of
can- N Downey, viewing road . . :2..I O)
tier, no opinion nnd Is safe for children and! ate up the profits, on the farm: products' N "
2..I 00
Todd0.ur OUit HKST:: imtiaA1JS. )
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persons hold by Ked Cioss Her efficts wore finally disposed of by E C) & Supply Co, mdse . . Is III

Xew Cure For: C/micer. Pharmacy. auction.! Mr. Howard will make the r .
11OAI FUND>ISr. NO. 1.
All surface cancers are now known tot farm his home. AS Dlxon road It bad all children's diseases and oar
woik. . . . . 111 uIMAI 0
| curable, by llucklen's Arnica Salve. Georgiana.
) FUND JjA'r.0./ .'1.I medicines cured them. Ours in tbo
I m,, Walters, of Du ekl. Va., writes: "I A I'romlneiit Trainman.The .
I,id I a cancer on my lip for years that I 11 Carllla and Ii Johnson! road wk 8 1)1HiKtiAL ) ) best equipped, best stocked! and roost

Icemed" Incurable, till Jtucklen's Arnica We have had no mosquitoes for sometime many friends of U. II. Hausnn, !: UOAD Krnn, PINT. NO. 5.
Engineer L. E. & W. It. R. at popular drug store on the East Count
lilve, healed it and what a relief it Is. present
and now It Is perfectly
St. Lucy County amount due ID I(1/)
oil. living in Lima, O will bo pleased to of
Guaranteed cure for cuts and It seems. UN. If there will bo no school know of his recovery from throatenei ClAI": WAHDKX KI'NI liny drugs us.
|'irns !! ;)eat Ked Cross Pharmacy. this week. Who knows anything: aboutIt klduey (u Nease. He : "I was cured
says T. A. Robinson, game warden. 10 (Ii.; TRY OUR FINK: CIOAK8.
by using Foloy's Kidney Cure, which I M
L. tlruuer nice recommend to all, especially to I trainmen,
White City. water tank at the put bungalow up a Monday cypress for who are usually similarly alllicted." Sold J P. Brown, crlnt. pros. co. ct 12 (IH) Red Cross Pharmacy ,
by lied Cross Pharmacy.Clensing A A Stewart, 1 2!>$
Mr. Handy. J P Drown, com. on lines/ col. etc, 11 ASt. .I "IT1I8 Vir, I.E. FLORIDA.Hodgson _..
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Mr and Mrs. Oleson entertained a Mrs. Lucy A. liohnefeld! Savannah/ : Lucle county, amount duo I IIi!'>! ---- -- --- ---- ---- -

< w jailors, Sunday evening.Mr Ga., arrived Friday and is keeping house / and 1'ressi.lg.! : .1 I* Brown, orlm. pros J. p. court II KFKKIII.NO ;
for J. W. liruner. Jiros.KAUOALL1K .
Howard : I-niSONKlM FUND.
our merchant, was i In
i'ulrny' \ last: week on business Mrs. Peachy and her ton and daughter All work done up-to-date. Call and .J.) 1'. Brown feeding inUoners, 111:1( !) 7(1' iSiaB .

Mr, Meson and wife, were guests of arrived Tuesday of last week, and see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Parlor The Itoiird( adjourned until next moot M INDIAN RIVER FLA.

}li Mc( arty and wife /Sunday afternoon. are getting nicely nettled in their cozy Barber Shop, Washington avenue ing on First Monday In Novembur, AD. Marino I HlLllway.Jeneml .
cottage./ i lHO.'t\ ) ;, at :2 o'clock p. m.
.\. L Parker, wife' and sister-In-law, + -- [ Merchants and 1 Ship: C'handlerH.
};. R returned -- --- -- -
I'rovoBt from
tit! l, .iwU Parker, were guests of L. I). Saturday WHY USK!: Ol.lt STYLE IM.OOKS, ..Special Facilities.
his summer outing In California, and the
(one anti wife, bunday. IMaiiH to (let JCIch
Lewis and. Clatke Kxposltlo.n: ) In Portland, when you can buy the best Self-Lock 'or Hauling Out and
Tlit residence of S. Sarrenson Is nearing I ; Oregon much delighted with his trip. Ing Tackle Blocks) at nearly the same sin often frustrated" by udder. break..I"wn Storing/ Repairing

[xupletiun' and will be occupied by the Ho spent the night aDd Sunday here price. Xow In use In the United duo' to dspepslaor constipation Yachts and Launches

WIIU and family, as soon as 1Inlsbe Army and
A I). Provost, and then went on down Navy Departments. Pills. They take outtlie tnateilals which
> nit -hib
"lJ 'umbers house Is nearing"" coinple- to; his home at Ioturf. Ho thinks the Examine them at Prltchard & Sons, or lire clogging your energies, and give you dl ? P I'" ,i uI 1 I ,

.' ni>' are asking about the trip well worth all U cost, both In sightseeing the AUVOCATK ofllce Titusvllle.Draylng anew start Cure heaJarlie: and dl/.zl. I
'ntertalnment which will be in Stanley
1.0 i neai; future. ,.!and. improvement In health, besides ness too. At Hud Cross Pharmacy; :25o.guurariteod ., KitchingDealer
all the fun or It. ,
1'heditehe.cut by the last
company .
f inter ire doing much good, though :Never kill gopher snake. Sunday WA"I''YIJ-IIV[ ;iiiCAfoIMt ]\I.\I1I\I'I'I'lt.: FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
;my n lint, thought they would not. afternoon while Mr .iwley was on hit or hauling of all I Inds prompty : I$reel: nrnt.s nf tflUtw.IRlthteae: > ant I ,
J. W. ho rtonipwhnt ( +er with 1 coral .
to limner's, saw a gopher territory as a*
I neeii, more of the same kind. way attended to. Meets all trains Stove! Utitnt In brnnuli olllra. HaliirySIs' pnnl work IN claimed to he the Finest Tackle Tobacco, Pipes, Candles Fancy C'liraa
snake between and feet
K (I' ) seven eight long wood for sale at all times.II. 'y. I'"r""c, position. No InveHtninnt ruliilnxl. }flock In the World! To see It In. to buy and Temperance\ Dilnks.
Krlp who Jensen rattle snake about .
went to few four ,
a swallowing a E. IIoi/rcN. Titusvllle. ' fruvfnns' experlennn' nut emutntlul tnell..IJh.lC. It. The following brands of
"ek ago to take charge of the meat feet long. Culling to Mr. liruner, they _. ._ Addrea' cigar delivered
rkei. at that place, wan up Sunday watched the gopher finish Its dinner, --- -- 'I..III.r liranulmfl, Cumuli lll'wk'Irteag.L! Thousands. of them In use throughout at *.'.iM: per box of r>0:

"i reports business very good. when it slowly glided away In the grass The Cl3.tlo l Lino. --- --- -- the those North.who Ifmid testlrnoiilals from llumboldt, Key West Smokers, Freruot.

Miss It Is thought that the rattler bad Just The AOVOVATK prints. all local Dews. use them.Tblslondholdlnghlork. Cremo, Cubunas, t'oliulskl.
Dogma Nelson who Is
employed the river seldom Get your Clyde Line tickets from I. made: In varloun Flinch ,
11 '. swam as we see one Cards Wo ; Hand Made Pnlmetto
u.'KHonvllle as stenographer, came shapes and slans, of WOOD IRON
unless It comas from that way. the agent at Titusvllle. Do Hats X'jo.
"" not fall to :
Bunday morning to spend a few and IlliOJVXK." : Will work c 'ivs with her parents, J. A. Nelson and take the steamer, when going :North. Door with rope, chain or wire rope. STUART: FLORIDA

Ife I"reP4ldcli Jlectloll9'111 make CHAM.. 11. WAI.TO.V, Will work at any height, upside down, ---- -- ---- -

Stiferal of our residents liavo left for no change Titusvllle, Kla. horizontally: or at nny nngle: arid will THE ANHEUSER
Ie Und, and stop and lock at nay point. BUSCH
to begin!; the winters work
:Xo matter which candidate I I. elected, Invaluable for
monit them we note: Messrs. C. H. Shoe every kind of business
Daley's Honey and Tar will remain theeople's Helalrlng.
I mire L D. Jene, S. U. Jene, and Ed where block Is needed, frequently sav- Asso's.ranmui
favorite remedy fOI'COUllhll colds Brewing
lag the labor
HJ( .'..hn Traynor. of one man or more. .
aDd Incipient consumption. It cures I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair Window r ( Nothing like It for hanging or stretching -

| Oar worthy and able school teacher, colds quickly aDd prevents pneumonia. Ing, and do not forget It. Opposite Ja wires St. Souls Keg and Hok-
,IM Geiger, who was called home on A.. J. Nuslt\um, Jlate "lIIe. Ind., writes: Pritcbard A Son. A.tnriEw GIIISO.X. All blocks fitted with the famous
neat of the death of her sister, has 'I ButTprecl for three-months with 'a severe Titusvllle tied beer
F'turned' and resumed her work again. cold. A druggist prepared I me some Kla. Frames WALToN,VJ"roof: hor.Mtit HICAIIIN Bold bv l\Ie.on. r. A. Lesley aotl

r1 Le as the deep sympathy of ai. medicine, and a physician prescribed for Ai/'lress
... me, yet I did not improve I then tried Fine Property For Hal>. all conimiinlcatlons. to thin R. L. Mellow,TIIunlJl.l'la.

'olev's Hooey and Tar and eight doses 'tt 51.,2 ,,. 1' By Mr. R. U Mellow,Cocoa Fla.
I )out Ilorrow 'rron hh.. cured me." Sold by ICed Crass Pharmacy. 'V V" Walton Self-Locking Block Co '

It s a bad habit to borrow anything Two nice cottage adjoining/ each r' JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.,

1 r 'he worst thing you can possibly Dade County Laud J'or Hiile. other la North Titusvlllo, with an acre Are a source of evei lasting trouble If (Incorpointed I )
'>rrow i u trouble. When tick sore, of hammock and live acres of rich muck (/fllc aUIIVarf'rtlortl JS Sole Distributors
they are not 6)1AtlantleAve./ ) ,
made :
eavv rlht.Ve have ,
weary and worn-out by the land suitable for I
" pains truck farm. Good 1 Near Howe's Wharf Klevated: 33?
''i> HCallon.
..;.>>nisons.s disease'of, and dyspepsia similar, Internal biliousness dis-, For ole, cheap, the northeast quarter river front. The larger cottage has threw I pedal machinery for making them, UOSTOX MASS, rW? eio to 020 West Hay Str.*

;ers, don't sit down and brood over of southeast quarter of section 3, town- sleeping room* aDd a servant'* room upstairs aDd make them right. We make them OVVXKIM<: OF T1IK C'KLKIIKATKD: : : lLti" JACKSONVILLE

1-::.,1' symptoms but lly for relief 10 ship 38, south of range Jl l east; close to ; and a parlor sitting room dining better and cheaper then they can be FLA.
t c'' rlc Bitters. Here you will find O. K. Woo "( r i' by hand.
. and permanent forgetfuloess' of all Lucie River; 40 acres tog cottage ba* two sleeping rooms and UNIVERSITY
J i troubles' and your body will not be servant' room In second story, And Sample Blocks can b., Keen at the At>- COLLEGE
"' ><>ned bv a load debt disease.' At Also, tba nortbe&st quarter Of northeast sitting room, dining room aDd kitchen + VtttJATK: ofllce 'Tltusvlllo; at the stores of OF MEDICINE ?tQ rl '

t' /'ro.s Pbarmac,;:Oc. Guaranteed. quarter of section 18, township 38, below. Large, brick cisterns to both + Z-1I S. Hnbbard A (to.. and F:. 0. Painter .
south of range 41 east; on Booth fork ofSt. house Adapted for a nice winter .* Co.Jacksonville Fla. Call) and ThotoufH rnnrw In MIDICINI. IUHQEIH OasriTRICS
Lade River; 4O acres Apply to borne. these blocks see suits lit. aPlCIALlIES I also DUTlSUY sad/IA5ME1,
"OR ALL KIXDS EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. working I Lit Haiti. Lab.... ...
Or JOB PRIXTIXO CHAX. WALTOJT! Apply to OEO. U. HOBBIES iorl )lc..h.1 l mnt Dl.p.._
remember until .ul.p>4 tot tutc.ulul uichinf.U .
the ADVOCATE offlc*. Titavvllla Fla Tit uayllle Fl' EAT OALLIE, FLA. JOn PIUNTIXO done ..ne. T...k.... Huh Itm4 .kilo, tt.,.Bawd*.
at thl. offlce. fnf lHXpi'.. rtfnlnt.i. ft ..f'" THB fRQCTOR,

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4 I ... .>.,! In Ohio. Milk Mnkliiv unit Steer F>edln.. Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept. r i.
' i The W. .liii !ltn.-... I. !Uld. n1m.. nrn*Hta. Local < igp] .

4 1 (...Ull liny ItllKMftllMT. Making corn Into Hllnga la a means X51 lvyaeo

The man who hits stood! with b1Nlr' of preserving the grain as well as the SOUTH.BOUND-RUD DOWN. NOHTH-BOUND HEAD t U

I t Lack: to the stack pitching liny by himil, stalk, In the best possible condition for "

': s VA under a but July KUII will appreciate feeding uiid without the expense of No. 9D No.9 STATIO Nn. 7sn aNDa11y
? I ]htlly "Ii '"
The 1/dig ra
the first picture here shown. says Wllber J.
,, shelling and grinding _ -
k ,1 or pitcher will cost the man on chief In dairy husbandry at r 00 p 0 41t a L. ................J8I.k.o1lvIU................... At ,7 uu 1a 1
It Is Fraser + Y 411 a" .............. o. J..k..uvll.. ............ Lv .5i I ,
cash. 01
tc r'I tho farm about $5; In \ the Illinois( experiment station. In 8 la I' 108/1"/ ...............Mt. A'UCII.tlUd' ................ .. ;. nIl j je I '
,1 mounted on runni>rn twelve feet long. feeding! whole corn either In the ear 88 P P 11 SA a" ....................a.t.tingn ... ". \ 4 ro". I Io
k PAIntkt"... "
1 10 hy t 10 felt, i << 11 60 Ei'.t ] 488T I 1
of the friiiixIs kernels are not !
',mI 1 The base The or .shelled, many of the -.2 p.J. 19 Ls. Ae...............Paatka. .................... Lv -1 iia I -
+ square and, the top 5 by 5 feet. digested.Vlth\ siluge, the grain being C'\' 41 I' 1I11 ft Lv ....................Palatka. .. ................. Ar 00" j 1""n :w

i7 telephone polo In tiits router, IK twenty-' \ enter with the roughage, nearly all Toi jj Ar .........,..........."11 htuteo, ................... "Lv 9 I" 1 I'
VI flvo feet high.I /: The tutu I l.c. fourteen broken during masts '0 II 1I1 0<< pYe '! W a Lv ...................8.111fot..o._.] .................. Ar:_ ', I ::?:

i about twohefeet. the kernels! lire C 1Top.J. T-i; .aT.I Lv ................. NCluICa ..................... Lv a ;.1 I'r..
feet lone mid the brace cutlon nod, since they are somewhat -it 1217 ...................Runnelle.. .................. .' /I a H I' rt
a 1 and arm cnn b<> turned 7&s 8011 I' p .. ................... .. a ait
The pole nil digested.I'.y U a3 ................. ..DIIpOllt. "
pnictlonlly I'
10 ,
( f of n soft are t C'\' II p 1 2a .. ........... ........ ormoll.1 .................. .. d I i I" I'' :
circle by mount Is 1 8 41 I' .
% t'' In a complete the use' of the silo the corn removed I'orI 8:1 P 1 80 .. ............. Dnyt .na.................... a Oil II I.. S!
? lit the pole near till when { C'8 : P p ...Port ..............,. .. J ro '
1 I crowbar'Inserted from the lli, al I hind cutting 1,1) 01111 I'l' 2 !'U Ar .................Now. Hntyrua' ................. 2 HI I I :;:.:"
bottom. I, iu Injury U dune the by .. ............... Lv III +r. .
j jt a i ji Ar ...,........... .I..k..Kel..n. I'
be I ensllyllfte
An entire bnyeoek cnn It up while soft As tilt corn In cut 10 1039 III n a II Mil'I .. .............. ..Or"fll City. ....... ".. 1J 3r. I' '. ., T
!fv ,,1 y
t 4, r ifs from weathering n p Lv.. ... ... .....New 8myrn11................ Lv2'::1"j,, ; -I l
!:\ .Hliattor.. / there U no waste E-. : OS5P 281 .........r...........Oak 1111I.. ................. ., 1 H ,. ." , 9!
't \fll' and both stalk and grnln beingIn 10 1000 90 I'p 3 a0 p I' AI' ... .............. TIt .vlll.. .................. Co 1 1 r..-P" ,I ,, 1 A

good condition the whole crop Is C 00 .... ..... AI' .................... SlInlor.1. ?.................. Lv Th a w *
J\ stock while with dry o ..../........ t000aLv? .................... Sanror.l................... Ar.-.. - J'' ?
\ t-onmimeil by the :::
.................. LvIHI
I iii"'Pa3 Lv.................. Tauevilw I"" I
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,I.. shock corn a large percentage of theleaves 'Tri-'V cck1r Sailings . (/) 11 10 1M 6 Oil P ............ .....COOIB....................... .. 12 Up. 1
I. wasted. p ....... Uocll.l."ICO..H.. 12 al! p
of the Ktalk Is ... 13 ...
nod butts 2:1: 4 I' .H. .. "
I 11 I' .. ................ 118n 1 1 H
..................F.\1 6alll.
1t; ltf I : i i4T I la Being. n succulent! feed corn siluge YORK Il63P 445i.4 84 P." ..................Melbourne............... .... 11 4. at I :I 'T1251a
and NEW U U a ....... ..... 11(145(I 1 l ,, :.!
and .. "
: milk production JACKSONVILLE 5217p' ................. lI..b".tlnn H. .
rI rI'Qtt rIi 1 I tends to heavy BETWEEN 529p .. ...................,8t. Lucl"................. 10 lJ II V I>", -
y '1g liouM. be given au Important place in L 1 111// a e 411 P .. .................'.lforll'l.e.................. '.. 10 tl8 It I' 1 :
+t i dairy cows. It hasproved Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) C 1115. 'I O.c. P .................... !Tlhbala .................... 0 HI! i" II :ra >
{ tho: 1'1It101of :2 I lM a 'I 12 ....................... Elen., ..................... 026" t 11 i
t factor In steer'eedlng \\I 23 a P .................. .. 021" 11 1.1 K)
nn Important the Coastwise Servici .111'4 a 'J 11 P .................... Jon8"n.

1 1t us well' ns In milk production.ut sllageiltnle The Finest Steamships in OJ 0 2 8: 0e lit) : T 7 i :p p :: :::::::::::::::::..lnbe.;.Stuart Hound,'..::::::::::::::::: :: 811 e 4i :: L"j t.(I, C

) n steer cannot be flnlnhed on New England and Southern Lines. 27 = 14 p :: ...'.Neat .:::::,:,,,.: :: 8 7t 24 :u: I''; ,; J I
cow can pro- The Clyde to : : al .:::::::::::.west Palm Doncb.
than u 04 p .. :
bll nay more ................ 'I 20' II :' I
I Between ................ Doynt.on
1 1 t I Id lure her best yield of milk on such a Direct bervloe ..., 4 6 3'J 42 a a II IIII 1M I'I' .. ................::... D61ray.................... .... 'I IQ., aw c...
1 Eastern Points ........... e 1 n I
all Laulorel"lo.
and to ...........Furt 4
'lit Ion. Jacksonville Boston Providence ( II a1 a 1021 1030 I' .. ..................... anln. ..................... .. II 1'') I", 'i
t In : lltliintnnicr, :::: II 4'1' a I'' .................lIo.lI"n.llllo................ .. II 8, a 7 ''L I I III x
will much mol'OIItol'k (Calling at Charleston\ S. C., both ways) ::s II 8M a 10421 01 ) .. .............. Lemon City............... .. II H' a 7 I .
curry ?
A pasturo 24 e I ..................... I.v II 2It 7
nnd SKMI-WEEKLV! 8AILl 1Rtouthhmtnd : aDrily 6 1t16I. Ar ..................... Millmt
during spring, early summer .. .. .... . . .. .. . .. . . .. . . . .. .., ... .. ..... ..from Lewis Wharf JackaonvillCly Bono a -
A till than It will lln-ousli: the hot dryre'Ither :orthbuund. . . ... . .... . .... ... . ,. . .-.. .. from fo.ttofCatherintStreet JlOlII'STEAD: : IsTENSIONSun. U..II I'...}

H '- -_. . \ of inliUuiniiM'r.1 ly helping -- I IoUII.
t==: -

4 t, ll thf pndnre\ out at thin H/I/
>nL.,. .a11AY DK11IUCK. pnrlliil Hulling tin emits not only hnvibitlir (DoKury. Line.) 1080 a ........... AI' ...............::.110..tt8t.c..cl.................. Lv ......-.. I I '
fend ,ti!ihirln thU i-rlt.il! period! =
the top of the stuck then ,1A(;KSONVILLE: AND SANFORD.
level wltb 11"1 1 fl BETWEEN
f but more Kt t:11 1, can bi c-u" .. ... nl no Land), and intermediate landIDK No. 17 No. tR N". !2n v ..,
at place r
nod dropped any St. Prancla, K ri <> ( ?
carried over slack. It will keep) two Wen given iircn l t!12l11 by pn tm'II; ,'" nl I 1 111'I' Ktoppliiir ftt. Palatka. Attor b on the Kt.Johll'B Il1vor. Nn.1I3N."IN..l0 Nn, Hun, VallY 1'1'Ex' MA'YPOltr IUt\XCJI Laity I only M':: UalbUuly .
t th !
bul'etln: !
1+ on tllltl :\! I'l'it-'p: al 't) r m.irk i In Ol" .TACKSOXV1LM2" Ouly Su.
I stark all the time "CITY -- --
r;'1 busy on ttio to reach over tbeedge 101 I. fern \J1o-11'! then tiolnt-i on tin' STEAMERS Leave Jiu-knonvllla, 8iin.t>y.., Tueidiiyn. and. 'J'Imncl" - LV' ........In.I'k.onvlJl........ AI' 'I 4/1/ ai n 16 I
liuve 8 20"
they will not silo are" taken;:( I tli.it: ns!1 Inn: -1 \lnc>'eniM ITI In appointed to.nl! an.follow ReturniuS leave HunfiirUi I IMoiiduyMVudnoHclayn I 2 00 I' 1010 a 8 00 p Ar .....Sn ."... LY '181 n ]12 91 I Ia
| II 25 A'
x ( of the. Htnck\ to liclp Ret the linytip. In- at :3130 J und: frtdayi ut V.IO; a. m. 20e! I'' 10 lIt a SOH I' ........Pablo 1i"'II.h." .".... 'I 011 a 1l ill n I
i' and Li rutIit bc' 'r>\inp!< Inure' e 40 88\1\ 'a
g7t I' }. It does not drug:; up the value ------NnrthatnundRend 40 P 10 110 a p .. ......AtI""lIo Iieach..... 'I 00.a\ I l 4' "u I I'II ,1'
( 00' a
I'' f t 1 of Ui-sldes the Htnck, im many pitchers' do, tl'l,1 Uo tbe"oA: \ 'jfoiti'i' ,* need for soilipttr \!- s.mth.HulllHl. ace FICLE: l01,1 "1". 2 6/1 e0/) l'P 11 10 M 10 a a II'J U OU V1:10 I'' \ : 'a" .......... Maypor0.......... ". II 45: a 11 u" I

Hide nnd th" IIKIM'( '''ltI.fndOl'Y motlndof down. . .. .. .. .. .. .\rrivo 2 00 a: m. I II..ve
. . ..
i . ..
I heavier on Jsekxonrllle
( nor does It ir.nko: the Htnck !lit h.\ IIIPIIIMi . . . .. .. . .. . . . ..... . .. .. Leave ecop. at.
xuhstilntt' .... a 30 p. ue . .. ...
n save
/ l I A round providing .. .. . .. . . . .... . .I'ull.tk" :If fit. CONNECTIONS AT MI4HL
side than the other. M4 I" ut. . . .. .. .. .. ... . .. Lo..ve 2 I" OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
?M' I !' i 'one feet high >f the .hula. It roiiuhv.i\ ton much laborto Leave 3 tai a. tit._... .. .. .. ... . . .. . . . .tor. . .. . . . .. . .. ... I..v.. 20111" m PENINSULAR AND
tstack can be built twenty every day and haul I ..tare ..30a. ut. .... . .. .. .... ... . !It., Francis ol.alld . .. . .. .. ... .. ... Leave 11M) p. m.ArrlYo ,.
t1 1'a and easily made to hold from twelve cut green crops thereis ...eve. . .. .. . . .. . ..H..re.'or,1. . . S"nfur.I.( .).... .. ... .. .. ... ..Leave. 0311 a. in, Steamships of the P. &: O. S. S. Company Fur
. .
besides ... with
.. Miami
? 1. ..
... at
,) d t to tlfteen tana. It saves time money them iiocessnrll.v to the\ cows a ,great 1111:< loss In bring Arrive 10:00 830: a.5.iii.ut, .. .. ............ . ......... .. .. ..1'nterprt.e.. ..... .... .... . . ... .. ... Leave. 10 IH'' a. ua Close Connection Made

I ; h Js help mnscli', patience to mention."and "other obliged to feed' the! crops before theyere Oen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

too numerous .
things and after they are St., Jaoknonvllle. Fla.W' --
fully mature t ... Aift. 1M Went Hay
The foregoing expresses' mho Idea and F. IRONMONGER: : ,Jit,, Axes Hell.l'a. L.OVUI.L: Biiiiermtauilimt, Jacksonville '
Ju-knnvnhe. C. I' to arrli' i air,, epr,
veTlp: i "<". Local Frt.Airt. at whli'h train may be nip.K-ted "
rrl Jr. the 11 men
; Ohio Farmer n. COOPER Fla. Tables ,
o writer .JackHOIIYllle. Time
In '
St., Tboaa nm'
< of n Punt Hogan York at the timoR Btatml 1 I- I 9< r>
r experience Mr.: ': !>II'rII1I'1l1lh'- that no crop York LYRE MU..VB, nen. Frt. Agt( New from thesRvcral Btattona but their arrival or departure elroa|
New ) arlitlnn
p pI ; than A. O. HAOKRTY Oou'l Kiwfn' I'nHH. Alt. WM. P CLY" & CO.. (loiiHral. AKentB.ClniHOljriii ; tbla to be bold reBponaible for"any Uelayaor any aonaeuoauo8
I anothercor furnishes. more fred. to the acre TIIKIl.: u. KOKK.: : Oetiprul l Mii'i ic"r. St., Opposite Battery 1'ark New York. nor lu Company .- -
silo It cnn bo uti- U :
with the ;
In the com, TUusville. Fla.Atlantic .
loading hay with a horse fork Izcd for soiling, thus: permitting; tho C. II. WAI/TOX. Agent, .. of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
considers -- For Copy
he -- -
9 I barn or on the stuck which thanany whole crop to be harvested when nt _. .___ ..._. ,. .__ __ ._ _____ .. _n "
!41'y' very convenient and cheaper of maturity and foil "SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
j1 the right: stage;:
and Just as
set of haying tools and

Rood. He bus UHed It for two years in when tor. needed, saving both feed Coast Line R'y. J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

4 1t and found It valuable.This -
follows: Tauten pulley for tbe Mnyjuirt lran"l! 1 nwl
lu ns
I plan One Day June 3 1110;;. The schedule figures
H Cold In Effective ,
In this cone of To Cure a uli'itlnml\
blocks nt A and C Coach Excursion ticketson above timetable, has been changed
it / I the burn. Then with an open ring' Take LAXATIVE BHOMO( QUINISM Tablet The Great Through Car Line from Florida. oniputend Extension an shown on Jacksunvllle and Mayport: and th, orvlrt

fasten another pulley to the ring In Druggists refund tbe money If It sale'1'uesdays and Thursdays In November tralnl'l' being put Into set tics between day each way avin(
train a
reduced to cue
Then tie one end of a alls to cure. K.V.. Grove's signature' between Miami: and llome ieiid being
(; g ) I the hayfork. ring utter It has been In each box. 2c.: Ked Cross Pharmacy TO TIIH: KAST. and retiuuitij leave Homestead p. in., arriving) Miami : "I 1 m
to the open thencevia 1II1amili a m., ,, *,
rope Richmond and Washington for pn.'keMn"
t ) Charleston, F. E. C. Ily., or
through of the
closed and then put the rope Over Its own rails to H.ivannab, Pennsylvania Kallroad. For collect! schedule nee any Agent

tho pulley at O, then down through the fniillon lit !I..II. Treatment. the card address the A. 0. P. A.Southern. -

pulley at It, which Is on the fork through, then In commenting upon the new soil Inoculation TO THIS AVKST.The _. -- -. -.. -- -
tho pulley at A, then Mobile & Ohio K. It.
through ono of The \
i !n A. 1'Voods> via Montgomery.
process & Nashville,
which Is down on Louisville
a pulley at of agriculture
of the department Railway
r i1 tho barn tloor. All that la necessary tho experts STKAMSIIIl
Y I the fork BO as to dropf
to change of cultures for Inoculating for New York, rhiladeldhta, Uos-
{ Lay lu either mow Is I> to untie the rope In the mt should ft.* guided, Via Savannah:'\ and Ocean tttenmshlp\ Company Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah -
cad null, \ tbo farmer Steamer to New MAY 2 S, 1tm.T..
from the fork and! tie the opposite / to ton. Via Norfolk Transporttaion; Company; for Baltimore EFFECTIVE:
I matters pertaining and Miners'
,, !In nil other Merchants'
the cost as and
(4r l. i there. This method saves one Moll treatment, by his! own pt'cullsrneeds : aud Philadelphia. V..Ubule Train Ea.t.0,34: I No.:20! NORTH AND WEST.
p& almost TWit 'a7
will pull n
of track and car and too great Fla.\ ... ;
I 'j t upward until the fork nnd should not give Lv .lat. 'konvllle. .. .. S. Ity II 10" T Mp I.v Jlleksollvllte.. . .. . . . ''w
JI directly straight then weight to the experiences:' of others TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Via Lv Jeaup. .... . . .. . .. . . to 11 am" III"41))", Lv.lonlll'.n.. II.. ... . . . II.v wAr
pretty well up . . .. .. . " I 2111') 12 Ira ArLaln .
of gets .
full hay conditions may differ wide & Occidental S eamahl P Company. Mavaneah .. .. AtAt'Arta. lIa, . . M"
whose soil Peninsular . 6 111\1' II 1 INIa
.. .
. .. .
C..lu"'a" . . .
the mow.
j I will travel over It would be unwise to Invest largely : ----- -- --- Ar Chltrl..tlo .... . . .. ... ". ill 211'l8ra/ \ A. no"'O.nl." .. .". . . -:!AMl /11ArUn"n""ro
have hay to stack' can ly. Points .... . .. 11:1": 12 alp Ar..alt..n.lla"
Those who 1 for Increasingplnut ; I Jacksonville for all .,. . .
+ I by using two tafV posts In any uew method Connection Made At Ielnvllle ... .... .. .... .. 221a 7 tilt ArxgtnuKy.Art.battau.Il.Tonn.! . . 0 '' .y.It..,
this plan
., use stack Is uenr a tree, which growth whether bacterial or Ar Rlchmnnl l . .. .. .... .. .. .._ -trn8 :2i l Afl Innlunatl//: . -- 'aAt
I ,I or one If tho other nature without previouslyexperimenting ) TICKKTS.Interchangeable 34a .. . ::.: -m".,",. !r leAr
_ 1 can be used to fituten one pulley to. any : In u small' way. MILKAOH miles of among the principal Ar aotta:; vlll ::::: .: :: :: :: : ha n lop Arl'htcage 1'ilnolnll..tl.U./ .. .. . _'. 3t!
tickets good, over 13,000 ... " IIIII./ .. II Nei. I'lt I +
mileage! 'Vu.hlnl/'ton .. . .. .. Lvluclnmttl.0.. . . .. III
I i.. 11t G the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. Ar "ltllllf.re. .. .. ... .. .. 1130.. 11 2np) ArUhleulCo.IU ... ,... -
railroads\ lu .... 14 I i\l' 2 lIl.p 1 14tls'u
.. 1 "
4, C. L. write 1.hth"lcll.llh' c \ \
t f 1 r.fi.trr" Wny With Dnekwheat.tl'rx0119 reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. or Are Ar R'ext w1'nrk , .. . .. .. 41Ji LVClnolniii\t .: U.: : :... Mil ,9No.i4
putting Inn For 84. 1). STAUK' Trav. I'usx. Agt _. (' /' ... . 'K
Ti contemplating 1 1.STON I)1st. P.iss. Agt. .. .. . . .---r. ll I''
ndvlsj FRANK O. B(1 JACKSONVILLE!, FLA. Now work and Florida E llrern. -'Cht Iiiitt. 0 . yU O
I Itt Odd of bwkuhPiit I would 1:18: West Bay :St.: Astor Building;, Oon'l. Pass. Agent. Datlyl'ullntanDrawinrlO.olnslnepingCurl'ort. Ar' 'Toledo ... ... . . P31 I Jolt
It them not to .HOW too' soon after a rain. EMEUSON Traftio Manager. W. J. CRAIG Tmnpnand" 'I J..kHllllvlllo AewYOrk' Ariwtreltahch. .. . . --' ,.:. :.;
results by rolling theground II M. WILMINGTON. N. C. "Nn,3'i-"WaIdngtnuand Florida Llmlted" yv/molnnnd n.... .. . I I \
have got best 3i
I[ Car, .
-- --- ----- --- nlluy Pullman IIrotwlnln'M))" Sleeping A..I' MI trg. la. ...:.:..::_ ,
>came up. --- -- :: ;
' ,1/ before the //I!( ( --- - the r'
M l first ,
N.t IIt -- -- -- 4 JackHollvllle to Sow York _ ___ I.v cnaunt, 0,... . .
II convenient, ns .. ,
This I havefound Ar'ltlveIIlM. 0 JpLV

I I I'oulrcut more closely to the groundin : SE.A..B<>..A I> Through! 'rnE LAND n' TILE 8KY" I No 30 1."II..I"U. !iy. . . . . I .- i"

cnSo tho buckwheat lodged, ns It ly.JllCk.orVlllo.lla ... -. . ..8..I1y 7Mp Arl.utivllleKy. -
Mo '
does.Cor. Orange; Judd' Lv Savmmnlt n.... .. .. .... .... .. :: :: III Ha ArHt. Lonn --'' . . ,,iM
frequently RAILWAY.FOR Arannleion'AI'
AIR LINE ArC..lmnl.la.8.C.) . .. ... .. . . II000a .
A aooo RAY maaisa.Sot farmer. Aehrvllle. r. C.. :: I gelp!" Ar HlriulnKliam. Ala FmArKnoxvllleTen' ..ofl'Ar1lotl'rlol.X. ..
Ar . ... .
C. .. .. . . . 2.1'1' Arl\l.ml.I\lM.'Ionu. .
r1* r the post fnr enough,; away so 3'em . . . .. . ... /I IH'I'' A r KannuH <'lty. Mo. , "
cnn drive! u loud! of buy between tin ArLeml,vl11e. .. .). .. .... .. . '' :: .: II MIa Memphis i ; .;T-rm---: ..-. .. ::w
> ii Aril SOUTHERN PINES, RICIlllIOND.WAHIIIXGTON" ArSt.Louts.......... . .. . .... ... /inl'lIollll'rlllp:1l.Ark.|: .. ., .
rigging |
,( post and the stuck. This SAVANNAH, COLUMHIA\ CAM\ DEN, ArClnch\lmtl.O. .. .. . .. . . .. .. (1.0"" K 15a. --- mveKlllmle ..,W
q not take any more rope than a trot FOR BOTH nilLADELrillA, NEW YORK, Nn.IO'ThoFlnrldaT.imiu'd: ,'ur. '"I I I V*
i4 convenient In Xn. -D"l1y "lhn"n lIrawlllct Room and train through day ,'"' llMll
and It' t"'
and car very H"Tet 111"1'1111 Car betwpen Jack."nVlU and man sleeping: Car, Jarkemnville. ,.ne" <*,
I '"
small bams.Krt. Trains Cturlntuttl' No. 1.1: -rullnmn Prawlnir Itooni 'iU'WA11IUVALS i '
-- . Jai'kitonvllle/ 1I"lnlChll'1r..tlcmt
ti thinness in . Two Jo liw
l of Hpf
>,l Spot" rlnntlnic. Ono disease DlnlnK Car Service, Kanna City and Colorado -

l a'r AA Interesting I way of planting In reforesting hildron is Bcrofuhi, ; in adults, Express Seaboard Mail.

waste land Is known as the unsumption., 1'oth Lace poor Seaboard AT JACKSONVILLE.; Limited, .ac

"sotxl spot method"( anti consists! no- hloodloth\ need more fat. From New York, Washington etc-Xo.29, "Waxlilnitton and Florida ExpreM .l'I'' '"
; York.AVoetilnKton,etc-No.M:: WanlnnKton and Florida ", 10
( cording to an exchange, In breaking up] lennK MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. From New TJmUeil"From
about two heso
the feet' ground square In at small Intervals spots! of eight feeaway. ' SS. Fat is i tho best means l of ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through; Sleepers Jacksonville\ to New Orleans. Chicago Cincinnati,Atlanta, etc.-No. 14, "Florida Limited"-. -

.\ dozen seeds are eoattered 01tlio "')"vereominf) them ; cod liver oil ex L"USE3i: : rust.l Pass. Agt,

loose earth and lightly\ eoveret unices the best nnd healthiest For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent .y_ Jacksonville, fla.

ti with noil. When tbe seedlings lire two( at ami! Seaboard or writeA. 108 Went Bay St., I

i I old ono U It'ft where propagated S C. BOYLSTON Pass. Agt. TAi; : .l". A. Waolllll"' I'
:years Agt. () :, (3
Gen. IMss. 1>. C. 1W. H.
1' T.M.ViMlilnutoa
other\ arc used, to plant In inter O. lIIACDO n r.T., Asst. H. H. nA ItUWICK,
I The F1.ORID.FOLEY'S .\. BROOKS MUROAN: A. n. P. A. Atlanta.Ga.
anti In other JACKSONVILLE
each way .
l I SCOTT'SMULSION __u_______ --- -- -
location as nc"I'lh'I.F..dln. ---- -

-- I
Ciraln to Colren. EXPERIENCE

,t Calves" will Ix-Kln.. /: to eat grain whci :'

from seven" to ten days old. The b"8twny 1

t t ,1 to start them U to put n little Cards and Invitations

t ) grain lu their mouths Immediately after.feedlng i the easiest anti most! effective'M KIDNEY CURE Visiting

j( them milk and in this WilY of coil liver oil. Hero's nturnl

t! I4>e1r attention U Called; to the grab t I order of thing that Kidneyor TRAOC: MARKS

t ' I4 InBteiul of sticking each other's" l'lIrsRoll Scott's EmuUion! is i Will euro any caso of DCSIGNSCOPYRIGHTS:
; mouth. This taste will noon tent" : : < VH! why Bladder disease that: is not f Ac.

feed boxes, where them" imudi value in all cases of reach of medicine.GIVEN Annn Panting a ketth and deftcrtpttnn. whether oi:n yquickly
l them to the beyond tho Mr.rtaiii our ottiutmt fre
I ., ", f da 11I111l'ntummption.Iore: ,Invennnii is probably pntentable. Comniunl. AT- .
will eat" grectllly. UP TO DIB. ltonn.trtct.f ronrtiietitttU. HANDBOOK. on Pat.nta.not -TOINTED

tr more weight; more nourisht. B. 8..pl\. 13>i N. Virginia St. Erae.rllls!: friMi. ltli t.i.n -sit.,ticr: J.I.') **<:unurpatents.A: (,u. r.:c.lrtptruti .
'e.raIwastroubledwith Pntnt.
...,t For 1ilRtl Protein Wheat.iP . t. that's why. InJ.,write* 'For and OT bladder.. .ur affection.: I lo.t Uwhan ...fkf, without chnrr. la the II
i Messrs. Itnrpei I kldaey .lel..B.raUed
iP Experiments lend bl.to work. Thre phjr American.r.
an Scientific
< .
; help and I w.s ai a up to die. FolerKldoey
and Peter of the Kentucky experiment /hf sample.CCOTT to m ; and iba flnl .... ..
ltl kernel . believe\ that flinty great relief aad after takinff anunttaoynurnaL Tertna.14 OFFICE
Htatton to bottle MTB me rulwt.on .I any '
+ R from the middle of the bend should bt : & BOWIE, Chemists .eooud boltla was entirely cared.1Two > 8t. : ky.ll' S.w.d.alMa l THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING
I ; 1.00 'Nir&c ::3 New York
Ii elected.. from early maturing varleUet v' YorkJk..i4SI.OO Stx.. 50 Cents and f Ma Co '8' "
high protein type o! 4.0415 Pearl Street, New Brxioll. UfII_ Ot r Bt.WaablDatoo.D C.
i .4 for developing a Red Cross Pharmacy
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OCTOBER 6. 1905.I

-- = .._..,,- that I don't agree with them nor :::
It m .A.LTOtr::
you makes no difference ut all. You : : W :
In that maddeningly .
I BETWEENTRAiriS\ I I simply go on waiting
"l'rt"ln'IIY., UII If you had onlyto
West time and I'd give In. Well,
HOTEL bide your

WESTMORELAND; BaJACKCONVILLEFLA.American i iD3 II' have why should my friend 17) I'm and happy my! amusements.Who an I' am; I.

plan. Centrally located Just built and opened I tare you Unit 1 should give them
ASLIP LEAt'opaid i
thin season. Fine oooklni and good tnble. Hot and Cold Water !J HAN.__' i. Ii, up:"\for you,"Y'ubudr mild the man meekly. SELFLOCKINGi

Five minutes from wharf or depot. AU I l''v/I" / 1.: 4..tlmrolloltThe ,_ : ut ,all." .
i Baths, Elevator, etc. any _._ ._ -=: = "'-" 11 .Nobody"I can'ten gi out of town for a

.. -eet cars pass the door. Rates fi.v: to $2.50:! : per day. 0it:: express stopped' nt H.I"'"- day or t vo." she crlt-d hotly, "without

3.rL.1. WALKER, Proprietor.Ihe laud nod two solitary puscengers'nllgiuetl. being) forced Into a lonesome\\ h'I"-IILt.te

A nuts lull, loiiu niul dark with you. !'mil tired of having rhaiuosmade .
coiich, n womiin, small. for you to BOO. me, tired of having
; F
loft the :
KLA. from the out of the way for 1)r. : _ i
Travelers JACKSONVILLE; plump ami 1'iilr, descended ; people gist unwilling ,little .. .
; with nn
second. Midway In their listless courseto Nht' broke off
-On the American and Enroju'.n' 1'1,11- undent i-urryiill thejmot. laugh.' "Kven fate sends the Halstons
Under new nn: ..inem"'tit N'l tiiinixliud! family li'inie. lUies: Aineiloun Plan, $J: (M) and $'.i; )Oj;; Euro|,,"in, acts known Itl"! slip with no \blissful. possibility of an Inter
and up. All cars form Union M.tilon stop at thu d..,... "Oh-h! I might ruption." ELOOK: :

II. W. HANCOCK, I'ropiletor. cried furtuiiHly. nothing ut all. "The station agent! has. come back," _

The boa'uifully\ loc.ltrd Riverside 1 Hotel! at Ol'eCII\'o,,> Splln!!"', Is 'umler thetame The"1 man mild," said. the! woinmi, with drawled Stanloy: ">(() we're not quitealouo. .
suppose mliul"he
mannciMTieut. f don't -
: think. ; you
self control ")'011 mire goIng I
osttntiitltKH dll''rfnll1'1' the absurd-\ I
to the Kiilstons? If thettvtti
ask him
\ > lu
itv--"I'll K
Windle I
Hotel thai on lime.
Hew ) rant Fursytll Street "And have I got to go up the road and In through, the buck door
trap with you? the station minute URI o. You don't and labor. It wIll
Center of City : cool, airy looms; flrst-class\ In appointments. The tics "You have not. 1 shall walk lu of mitt?" Is a now and great Invention, as It saves time, money

$2 to $2.:>0 Ameiican plan house in the city. Open nil the year. EUl'Ol'oanplan sold calmly. of the kind.'. "No," she said sweetly, "I don't work horizontally\ upside down or at any angle., It U Impossible for tho rope
nothing de
will do this
Free bus from trains and steamships, earall "You 1\1\ illl\\." tiluirer rope attachment l IK used In
person. thorn won and no lever' nr
$1perdayone have
"And when ,
she stormed." the edge of the platform I tt> Blip
down I Oil Impossible
She sat It In
C. B. SMITH, Prop. You will pup lower\ and luck the loud, and
car lines. Special weekly rates. tiering mind iinostlonlng when lie had left her null swung vice. Thoro 18 only ono rope to hoist,
In the trap with mo." Idle discontent. chafe and there Is nothing to got out of orderIn
,"ehil'h'uml her foot for the rope to jam" or ,
lie lot the way to the nged It was very IUlwl '. She always hadhad
SI.Allltli1:. FJAullA. she followed. When they wert I u horror of katydids, and the tribe tills original tackle block. TltlJ vl1Io.I .
seated and a series of noisy JorUianuouuffd lu the roes about her excelled: Instrength. Stay bo seen ut .Jnmelll'IIIChIUt.1r! ; frsou's or ut the AuvoOAru ofltco,

tliolr triumphal) I progresshe She I begun to be, faintly sorry
her with quiet amusement"Tluy At leiulshe
lo.III.llnt that hho had let Stanley go.
[HE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA Senbreme, (U.iyton.Iteach : will think we have come tonether could quarrel, with him and anything -

,) Florida. ," lin Hiild., "1)0 they know you win b1 h'l' than this awesomeiliono

The only Hotel on Daytona Bench Open the Kntlio: Year lire"No.Fouling" hho?"mapped.) ""1It1 I snppost\ Suddenly'>, Ih"I'l'11" a noise from the .

you arc surprlsliiK\ them too'/" I little station, a hoarse. cry, and then .

!It t Is ii home-like hotel at a reasot able 1'1'lco. Electric lIhtll!! and all motion "Quite a surprise) 11I1I.ty." he iiKrood.Shu \. he sound\ of a heavy full. Mrs. Leonard
In connection with the dint-lied her lit llp Lauds furl to her feet every nerve
Flint-claws livery
,ouveulencos Sell food a specially! sprang
wocldy and by tho season. TCI ously.. strung, tight. n
otel Kates$2.00 per day IIndl1pwar.ls. Special "They will understand! that It was un ""Aloi'k! "'screamed. ""'111'1'" are

igh grade furnished cottngos on the beach In conni'ctlou with the Hotel. Specla accident that I mot" you at the depot. you, Alek I ?" She lied across the plutftn'lll f _
think have at last little station house.
ttention\ given to traveling men's comfort "Thoy will you uiiil Into the 4
consented" toIe Honslblo he mused 'L'he"11I1l no one Jn the lust rixun and
H.! .1. HOI.'rPrOplletOI'. "and will bo (loliKlitod. You know how I nil l.\ the" murky light, of a keroseneI.III.IL

long mud<1 ardently they have tried to I: ( I

Ihl'oUM together.! She; cru-nfil, tivuil.llng with fright THIS ,5HOWJ

01.1) SBABlnIZI:, GOOI>AT.L. ILA.f "Us'e" Haiti the woman tvlthcrlugly."You .,. licr breath coming/ In gasps. to the .HIVoud THE FRONT
have boon fairly thrown at mjlioad. IMOIU mil .suitub'.u.l! over u tlatkhinl

." > by\ the d:101.' It ,,1'Ulllm.llIlI I null- OFr.THE!

""','ll, I never seemed to sit'lke you," .lei"oil her atomic WALTONPAT.BLOC.K THESE ARE OUR

he Seaside Inn DAYTOVA BEACH, KLA. lie drawled.She Mrs. I.I'uIIII',1l'.1\ back to the lamp: ,
/ flung him u scorehlni': glance, and lll'tcl:1 It from the wall with shaking" PATENT LONG .

lie subsided\ I Into silence.WhiMi llirco.'x: semi 1 "'.11,1, It to the tl"'><>.'. H< ROLLER BEARING
Is DOW open for the snminer .Benson, under and the management situated; of on the Oayfm owner, the white pillars of the ItulHtons' light; 1'1'!\tlliiily\ ii.i' in, u maul: W'II'.I' utiiwhirf SHEAVES
HORACE F. STEWART llqudsome new, old plantation hoiiHt1' KMIH-.I ag.iiu.-tt: the :
xpU'iidld hm-olf eruct"
Is modem In all its al'l'olulllll'O'S' with large, airy, pleasant
Bench, the overlooking bo ocean and opposite Kcullng'a, Casino anti 1'lur. came Into ,view Khe turned on him w,1I1I11I1! smlltd wo.ikl.v; at lice /1 .
; In unexcelled. Terms moderate. fiercely."l'or! Tiu f.-nId: \ 1 frightened' you, ho '
Tho surf bathing -
1IOKACE F. STEWAUT, Owner and Jlanagcr. the next two "YI4-I suppose 1must I said, !, "but It's. alt rlglit. There was a ,

__ _ n ,_ ___ stay. HO long you will bo Ih'l'lIUII.V ". 11'1111:11-\\1' clinched" -,, ,;,
iitiinbor of chances to talk to ale "Oh. tlon't talk-pleiiHU dull talk! 'I' f'

TITUSVIi.LI "1'111I0t going to propose again. ," lit .she bogged, learlully, st-ttlng! tho lamp \

mild disinterestedly.: "Don't be HO wor tlowu, on a convenient (lull Ir. ",\I'U )'01'

"Don't talk to me," she ordered "And ho Jot"t away," Stanley finished

Xow opened. Everything at this bonnling-lionse/ U new and up-to-date,,,. "Don't come near me unless yon hove Ills. volco growing! stronger. "Knocked! ,
cuisine und service llrst-c.i) with reasonable rates. Good and polite nt to." lilt silly for a minute. I'll bo all right
tentlon. 3I Hs.: KATE MYKKS, Manageress. "I never do" ho protested, climbing/ now."
F. A. I.OSLEY, Assistant their chariot. not hlll'U"
out over the dusty wheel of "Oh are you sure you're

:\11.... Leonard cried rolwlIl)'. Sbu laid r J) L

EACOCK HOUSE TITUSVH.LE, KLA.Firstclaws Five mluiitea later ho climbed In her hand on his arm and stared: up ut ,
In again after frenzied recalling\ of the him with wet eyes > I
Board at Reasonable Bates Kcstaurnnt and Retail Grocery charioteer and seated himself beside u "J IOIl't do that," he warned her.
MB$. M. L. "
mncctlon., well nigh speechless( companion. Thn "You'll make me propose' again
carryall jolted an unhappy yard or Mm. Leonard wept softly iigalust Ids

:, N. C. two. coat sleeves.. "I wlsli you would she
"'on all Kwtno tel tie 7:.'!() tral sobbed."Now: .
-- the ancient drive. bless that trump!"
back? Inquired hoa veil
IllLTMORK:, X. C. "Ile-he-be Mho am too bad. Nohod Mt.iuley murmured to himself, with i 1\ Walton-Yinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
[enilworth Inn home mi' you all dun cum all de wuy wicked smile. "It WHS a heaven semi
up rum New 'Loans" IUIIIII'II I lout"I.ed!
"\Vhlp up that boast of yours uncle"

OPEN TnilOUOIIOUT THE YKAU.: cut In the man sharply "There's II. H. llouhln l.iVe. --- --- -
train ut 7:30: Isn't there?" Otllcer Martin, who had been on tin

EOOAK B. MOORE, I'ropiletor.'KW "Yes. nub. "force" for six: months or more, win
"That's all right then. Now hm'ry dlfl'crout. lu some respects, from inunj'
up." He> turned to the tenso little tit:' of his I fellow policemen. lie newt'

> YORK. url beside him, mapping. opn 11111 went Into a 811 loon except ill the per

wati'h. forimince of his regular) duty; nevei
r "It's now ten minutes to 7," ho UII- swore, never Idled away tiny lime, lint
JlOIIIICI't"It\ won't be long to wait, I
[otel Marlborough ne\er" let r Ili I'' I4 i iI
dart say. Ilecauio of these t illtt'eri-uces und -
She surveyed him Intently aud wit! UIIIIHO he win uncominiiulcutlvu! out: II. I- I

Broadway, JlUth,; and 3"tl Streets, New York. out favor. "That train to never on win not In the U'lUallU'114j! of the te1'lUII I. II = j I it I Ilil''
she mild.He al
Most centrally time, "good, fellow" a suspicion that
Completely Renovated and transformed In every ilepaitment. shrugged his shoulders In Hllonct, hud -
he something
ELECTRIC L1OHTS and TELEPHONIo :I'; win not right and that
located hotel on BroatUay./ and they jolted on till the ugly stutlo to conceal became aroused um

< every room In PLAX.IOO the house. Rooms. 2O) bath rooms. Rates: *l.5! () and iif. came Into view. ut last: reached tho chief of police, windetermined
KUltOPEAX: with bath. Parlor bedroom and bath $::1 Allilrollnel the southern twilight wudeepening. to Interrogate him.Accordingly .
ward without bath. $2: nail upward
mi- upward. Parlor, two bedrooms anti bath *:"i and upward. A star or two winked Ollt the chief culled him lute
HOTKL COMPANY, In the purple dusk of the sky am
SWEENEY-TIERNEY: his. )private ottlce one
E. M. TIEKNKY, Manager.r' down the long; dusty road the katydid" "otttcer JJurtln," Jut said "so fur ai.

disputed noisily.No I know are one of tlio best men
.. ----- you
-- --- stutloi
In sight on
-- one
---- ---
the payroll, but there are ruiiiorn
JkPte hilt fmiral, nnd. only till Hiulden rattle of on that lire not altogether what you _______ u_ ____
the stu
Instrument from
u telegraph seem to be, nnd that there Ix a chapter
fJ tlon Itself gave any sign of bahltatlon. hi your life that none of us known These long Holler Heating beaver, which me looked upon as the Creates
"You had better get out and wait 011 :
the platform )[rK. Ij'onurd." said th anything 11 hClII t." I intl-frlctloii [roller |bom'ln In the womb, aio without cages to hold the roll
"I cant deny It, sir," responded the 10 place, and therefore are far more durable and run with far lens friction tha
man. policeman somewhat: surprised, but mnde solid standing,: double th
"Ttiiiuk you Mr. Stanley!: ," mild the' the old-style cage. The sheave castings are
all iibushed."You \.
woman and followed him sillily whet not train of the skeleton Iron ilieaves.THOUMANIW .
confess It tllI'l1''PII. )
he bail helped her from the carryall.Stoil.'y "
\ 1'11'
sat down upon a truck: amwhistled ,
'olld! mind telling me what It
softly to himself. Mr*. Leonard LING
paced the farthest end of the platform U in conlldtMiceV" OK) THEM : l>( THE NKW F.XOI.A\D:: STATES:!
OUIcer Martin."I [ .
"Not at alt sir
In superb silence. After u little slug lu a suburban church choir on _. --Kor'all kinds of buslnesnca where a Tackle Block Is. I'netJ-
he joined her with a laugh.
"Apparently." he said l, "we're th Sunday."-Youth's Companion.Am .

: only human beings In this lIolltu ...'. IlrttltntIon.
the station agent mn.llIorr! / down "IOU. buss of

,..1/ the road tf' get u drink In-fore train flgnor'llll'pnm florlo" who recently p
t.me. There'll a lilt of u store ft few committed suicide\ at Naples left a :!: Block Co

hundred yards off. I suppose you noticed fortune of -I.OOO.OW lire siiys the Walton Self-Locking
It." Westmlimter Gazette. ills will was' ,,

"1 did, tiot." she suld frigidly found! on ir table in bis room. "I took MASS
"Interesting thing, these plantation thl' money from the rich by advancing .101 Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON: ,

stores." lie Ix-guu! again loan on Interest. Tho rich took It _
"I have never found: them tin" Hbe from the poor, and to the poor 1 wish
smoothed nn Imaginary wrinkle from It to IJe restored." Before taking his

her glove.[ life Signor Klorlo threw away the key
">'ow, nee here" mild Stanley to the safe which guarded LIs, fortune JOB PRINTING

"would you mind telling. me Just whyI'm from a feur that the money might be .
,m _'_ ----' being snubbed and cut and frozen stolen.
tltlll way? I've said I wuiin't' going! to

THE ADYOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE afraid propose off"AfraldT to you ajlIlu.'bat are you Hn$ Hto
sue mocked "!'m not rite old original Gnove's. Tantelem
afraid. I'm tired, that' all. of tlf'lng jblll Tonic. You know what yon are
p---- petwcntwl. Every one tblnka I ought taklo It In iron aol quinine) ID a tMtees ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.J:1CKMONVILLE.
TAR to marty you." Her yoke began to form. No cure no pay, COct. at the EAST COAST .
Fo>:F YS; OKEY TAR FOLEYSUoXEr tremble "]'ou think no, too, and CIa ted Cross Pharmacy, TltuHfllle Fla.
PraveaU Pa.umool*
Co l
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1 ' e Cd the Board. :: ?ENNEY:: & ::SS J: G

.......................1 BREVARD COUNTY COMMISSIONERS carrying pistols -v
... .... bonds for
...................... The following THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS
I' : We have been dealers In dia. were approved, and permits Issued :
t ty { Wallace No. BG8i(\, Cal! 38; Byrd ritusvillo: ; : F1cn."icln,
y I e D I, IA I M 0 N D S monds and other precious stones :* The Board of County Commissioner Oeo.Platt,L.No. 20512, Cal. ::12. Bond of W. Our Lenders I

: the establishment of our J: met on this 2nd day of October, 1110.!>()! ,, C. Peterson for carrying {Vinchesterrepeating

;, E.:: ************************?: since at 2:00 p. m. Present: It. A. Cockling-, rifle No. 11)2121\) Cal. 38, was approved EDWIN CLAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN SHuns, srt IMCK08SETT I I

M? !* business in 18' '8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. chairman;W.It. Walker, J. R. Idiot, J. F. and permit issued SHOES, E. & W. CALTARS, kAND \< ,-, ,

Ir 5- Wooten and T. J. Cockshutt, with A. A. Bond of E. A. M. Stewart for road contract THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR TIlE I.1 I I lSCHLOSS I" ,

=We save you the middleman's profit :tccnl' Stewart, clerk, and J. P. Brown, sheriff No. 1, was received and approved. -

r U 'i KK Minutes of last meeting\ were lead and Report of Superintendent of Poor The largest and most I" "I, '

-* approved.Bill Farm was received. up-todate ready-made, i nl I 'I
l I
'Y .W WICITK FOR OCR of T. R. 1'uckett, of $100< for pub- Resolved that the Tax Collector bo shown on the East t ,"M,,", r
5 I j M lishing State laws was approved. furnished with 1700 postal printed cards price from$0 to$22:!. ill.
; \ CATAI.OOUJ!: "
I It :
re & IMIMIHTKItS. on e and printing to
.1KWKLKIIS Assessment of A. M. Terwllllgar to send out tax notices,

r 2l <1 West Hay St. Jacksonville, Fla. I I_ _ -KXTL. *4 of e3a; of DeJi of nwj, Sec. 3,' Tp. 20 be done under supervision of Tax Col- Low Cut Shoos, it' th.. ef;

***************************k1 *******- S., R. ::1 i5:) K was reduced from $2,000 to lector. Leather, Canvas, IVai I elm ; t
******* to
******** -. $1,200.:! On motion, J. O. Files Is instructed Viol Kid and Tennis: rani:l1i re

I I, .'" t, ., '-:':Sj . - Assessment of J. W. Orlflla on e'-j, of bring the County plats down to Jan. 1, for the Canvas $1.2"i to t ilu' .'"

J T 1 ; I : I,. :MC: >TLC>"V'V.fIM' OFFICERS NOMINATED. nw;! of se'i Sec. 3. Tp. 20 S., R. 33: E., 11(00, showing all changes and subdivisions {( @vr win Clapp $0.fid.
m ;,, 'rlw
j .tJ ,
;! I reduced from 1,000 to $;j)0.() made slnco the lost revision, {

1'1 1 Ittt' ,: 1", The mass meeting of the' white qualified Assessment of S. J. Norton on w3ti of 1 and that be be allowed the sum of $75; Our line of high art, tailor) ",, nib,
of 11tusV ills was
of the town
<;'-tt' '" t' voters se34 of It R., Sec. 7, Tp. 21 S., R. 'I5: E., i for the same.; lug will stand tho most 1'11.(111( tot
: If house on Friday evenIng
\ hold at the court
I 1 DOJi 10.:; Conkling is appoint. M the latest and bout tbrn I: 'I".
.iI:'! ''\\j r reduced from $200 to $ On motion, R A. I Only i sir
,1\1\ I \ 'rtll <}'1';;. and was largely attended.The It is moved and seconded that the ed committee to have suitable barn, its construct ion. Tile l.ito' , '
; \ :' 1,1 ,5\\! '9r meeting was opened by Mayor Poor vt . l1 'In'l
r county convicts be hired to Wm. Pittcli- stable and wagon shed built at tMkI 1 rte carefully studied and embodied ''
1 I j who stated that the purpose of t H
1'IA7'I- '<' OLD OLD KYEWHISKY) Rollins, officers ett A Co., for the sum of $15: per month Farm. 1 i I We ask your inspection In I, s i""I'otloo'|

r- the call was to nominate town for every able bodied man convicted in Justice of tho Peace bond of (i, F. with this department, wi < a u ; > cal

A' EI.: :IJ'; ''r l I /*, I IPf EYf to be on voted the upon 4th Monday at the in election October.to beheld ,the courts of the county, he laving the Ensey was approved.The J 4ii4 plete and up-to-date line of c' ,,'u'' net'.

''t' \ j j'I. nominated Mr. right to receive or reject any man whom' following accounts were approvedind Furnishings." Shirts of the 1.111;, " \la-

;+,,\\J, i' ,..jLM. { Judge A. D. Penney of the meet he thinks cannot do his work in a satisLtctory warrants ordered to be drawn for battan brand, In Madras, ( lm, rtdl'
i ', )..1)1.)r John Henry manner. The said Wm. Piitch- this 3rd day of Oct. lf>05.tiU.NEUAI. : I Ili'' wt Percales both negligee and in?> ,nom
the on
L, same,
e The same was seconded by ,
I Ing. and carried. unanimously. ett & Co., shall pay from the date that FUXO. yt ;i? y i effects, Earl & Wilson\ (''0)1\) \"", hoer
i'4h Brady .
j I he Is notified by the Sheriff, either verbally and Stetson: Hats. In fctIV\ .>!: \ Itcellfo
E. L. Brady then nominated E. B.Wager .,. W. R. Walker, Co. Cora . . . .* 4 00 '
in writing, and the Sheriff of 840 i to a we11-dressed man a wu., 'ol""-
or ory
an secretary, seconded by F. A,. .1. R. :Mlot: & mileage CorP 9t4r fa r rl
Brevard County is hereby directed to R. Conkling" . . 12 80 BROS.&co 1J Our ]Imo of neckwear is UI1I1I111311\|| oia
Fine Liquors Wines Beers. Losley ; motion can'lod. The chairman such A. . . H <00TJ.Cocbshutt" >
of FOIII '
Co. Ascots 'it aoda
Wm. I'rltcliett A any J.F.\Vooten. plete, in Strings,
ll r.. Ales Stout Etc. then appointed P. O. Walton and II., notify and . 480: Fine ClothesMihersMail < All! rh
convicted; sentence and also made shapes. rev
tellers. prisoners as soon as . . . . IO! 00 w acw YO.sjMail up
orders I ITITU8VILLK i it Wilson us J. P. Brown, j.vllor -
B3T"Sond your
Instructedto ro
j pissed and the Sheriff Is Co. Com 4 00Jos. ) coloiingH. Suspenders, ;
and COCOA, FLORIDA John R. Walker moved that the vote J. P. Brown waiting on ---
deliver such convicts to Wm. Prltch- Prltchard & Son, mdse poorF 4 fi2J. : tier wear and Handkerchiefs, \i oe.\\

t be taken by ballot Carried. ett % Co., and take receipts for every P. Brown, 5 00 orders a specialty. stock and of the best grades
a ',r''? The balloting for the candidates then K. Bowler, ferryman . . . . . i 5 00
J. R. WALKER & CO., commenced. The first to be nominated prisoner delivered. D. I.. Onulden. sal. 1ios. A tt'y.:13: ::1:1<:} .
The request of John Dzlynskie for re- Judge . 25:; (XI) -
] sal; Co. ---
presenter ,
for A. D. Penney A. D. Penney
was mayor.

; ? TITUSVILLE, FLA. the name of the present Incumbent, Dr. duction the same of is assessment lef used.Kequest was received, and A W A. S.Stewart Norwood. accountant, salary Keg, officer, , 30 15 00(00 .44.........i.......6...............................ft.j .:

E. E. Rollins, and J. R. Walker placed for reduction 11 Reed stat Fries RR track 1 23; \IOIt"'AN.l'rol'rlelor.. H. D. WAI'oir, ReglMeni': n I 1
of John Kendig .
7 In .nomination the name of Dr. B. R. I Bed Cross! Pharmacy, med prls 12 tlO() K. .
Wilson. When the ballots were countedDr. on 'assessment was received< and the E. L. Brady, merch for jail. . . :'t< ::1 i;> .
Is hereby refused.Clerk's !. med farm 3 0"J. :>
n same Red Cross
fl B. R. Wilson was found to have received 8 rO! :
Certificates redeemed & Co march
report of Tax R. Walker
and Dr. Rollins mov :2! 75:; I
majority etc"
a horse hire
months of J. M. Osbnn .
puicbasod iRED
or u. 4a 28 PHARMACY
ed to make his nomination Wagoner & Co mdse
and September was received. ::1 V
which was done. August W I Walker, frt, haul for. 1..
for marshal Assessment of Wm. C. Peterson on S J Nelson .'fc SOD, horse wagonand I
the list was .
The next on 00)
Lots 2! and :3 and eQ! of swj.(, and nwV harness for poor farm lH" .
and tax collector, and the nominees were fertilizer 45 (00 J) .
of swjij, Sec. I'l: Tp. 2.1: S., R. 57 E., was Jan. Pievatt, 10 00
; &Oct
and A. J. IligRinbotham. Mln Pub Sept
J.I N. Waller A A Stewart: ,
nominated and had reduced hum $.100 to $250.The Wait Hoard auditing\ 7S 00 : TITUSVILLE FLORIDA i ii
Mr.Valler was
Troasuier's report was received, Rep dcl tax Atig&Sept1 8O/,(
plenty to spare. R. Walker draw & Bum Jnry CoCt 11 00 Stock of-
checked and Messrs. J P Brown .' Complete
For clerk and treasurer, the present up appointed a J O (fries, surveying . . . , 10 00)) I Ii '
and T. J. Cockshutt were 2J5!; ncumbent, R. R. Pyles, was nominated J K Wnoten, bal corns 1IKI4 levy SUNDRIES
w.anrw., tad also J, D. En niB. This vote was:1ose committee to destroy the paid\ warrants John Henry, coins as Co. Trees 121)() 80 PURE DRUGS AND ,
j r. I SI A the nomination.For turned over by the County Treasurer St Lucle Co., amt due 1001 I levy 752(1\ It
h *Our Perfection Tray Irunk." : ,but Mr Knnls got I with his report. They reported that A A Stewart, cent cop of sentence 1 80 .(:Prescriptions" Filled with the
1 sa''G John Henry 10 70
Mr. Ct \
assessor of taxes, F M Taylor, stamped envel Cir
tv Has the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale the present Incumbent, was unanimously they had pel formed their duty and were J P Brown, waiting Co Ct., . 2 (00 I() Utmost Care and Promptitude'WE
r attachedto
'; -Call and see It- nominated. dtsclMrgetl. The Treasurer had that Jaw Piovatt, sal bupt p farm" Aug 15 45;; OO 00 GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
t ; e his report a certificate showing U Sept WANT YOUR TRADE. i ii
live candidates were .I
For aldermen, 11 80
the amount his. ropoit. called for was on R A Conkling work p farm, rolle'g
nominated, vU, : E. I.. Brady, O. A. .

{' Robbins & Graham Co. Stewart, It. L. Motlow, E. E. Rollins, deposit In the Indian River State Bank (continued, on page-4 ) Etc
treasurer. Souvenirs
: t 4 , tad John R. Walker, while only three vote to Assessment his credit as of county Mary B. Burns on Lot i Toys Novelties .
The highest
(Incorporated.) were to be elected. 11 except s-ft-ft/ Wager's subd of Lots 4, REV. MILLIDGE WAKLER. :
followed byE '
PAID UP OAPITAL f.l5OOO.00Tbls : was polled by B. L. Brady, 5 1 II Blk. A. Tltusvllle was reduced from School Supplies, Perfumery Brmliw,
: E. Rollins. J. R. Walker and O. A. , The Rev. Mlllidge Walker who baa t Choice Line of Cigars,

company owns tied on tins vote. Mr. Walke .'500( to t.'O.Repoit ; (). Indian River, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other artule- kept;
Stewart T.McBilde several winters on Toilet Articles,
11; \ of the Peace C. spent
( \ Nod of
\ : it' I I'I : ZA.N: 3D: S, withdrew and moved that tIle election J. M. Sanders and,W. C. Peter- in conjunction with his son, the Kev. by up-to-date drug stores. :

,1"I f.."I J !I On the St. of Mr.: Stewart be made unanimous, John Walker, has accepted the chargeof J :
Kivei ; received. .
a Lire Indian son were careful attention to all mail ciders.I
,t t11, which was done. from R.V.. the four Episcopal churches in this :j ;::rWe Rive prompt and .

.r'I"" ,. I I : I I'' Lame River; at New River and on Hay The result of the meeting summed up,, Goode Deed to for Brevard rlnht-of-way: county was received locality, Tltusvllle, Cocoa, Eau Oallle hNNN..N.NNt1............N1NN............ .

\ Piloes to suit the times. the
follows will
''JIiI; ; Qlsoayne. Is as ; and accepted. and Melbourne, and occupy

I ',;,\\i:'yl\ 1", >, ,\ it Send for Land and List Miami Fla. For For Mayor-Dr.Marshal and B. It.'ollector-J.Wilson. N. Tthe Board adjounod until October new' rectory from Hampton at Cocoa., N.Mr.B. Canada Walker, ,-**************************************************':

'II' .' t Offices at Titusville ::1 t, 1005; at 8 a. m. writes #
'' "" , ----- Waller. Commissionersmet that bin son expects to start for FloridaIn !
"' Board of County
Trea"urer-J. IX EnnlJ,. The Rock- i C i Do
r! : '\ ; Market For Clerk and on this 3rd: day; of October, 190Ti\ at about two week Coco.t and I Ih <

.Jr" East Coast Meat For Assessor of Taxes John Henry.K 8 a. in. l'resentIt.: A. Conkling, chair- ledge News. A letter was also sent to ,F
j E. L. Brady, E. his !
Alderman- Walker stating
For ,
t' l1anV.; n. Walker, J. K. Mlot, J. F. Titusvillo by Mr. :h G. L. Maadavllle, the Jeweler, is ready for

h, '' 0. } DURKN, Agent. Rollins, O. A. Stewart. tlcke t Wooten and T. J. Cockshutt, with A. A. plans, which would have been of Interestto :: Business In his new location. r talk of another had the
readers I-
OrI: There Is some Stewart, clerk; aol J. P. Brown, sheriff. our many Episcopal ,.( rr
i' doubt t __
t" '( """"'" o In the Held, but we to the ADVOCATE for rr
being place collected been sent
"' :'I K iI'i x Tax Collector's report of licenses same : <
l ': g much If it will materialism. informed us, <<
; -- very during month ending Sept. JO: publication. Mr. ,
at ,, !' last that either ,hh Shop, l-ticall'll'" :
spring Repair
to liS,5.0O: for State, before leaving ,
"j I 100: amounting Spies room i f
: I \: f.. i -co'J NETHERLY HALL. and $'H1.rm<> for County was received. his son or himself would hold services K I ata.nnlo. ...w..., I PoMdtce BulMltiKDEALEP rr rr
: Oabriels, church, TI-
; In St.
I tC Tax Collector's report .of poll taxes every Sunday .
ty, Mr. V. O. Walton spent Monday li a Sept. tusvllle, during the coming year, and I"k **************************
: collected for the year 1001 ending: *************************
\ j"" ,1 I ' Pierce where he went as specie:J will has been hU custom, keep his
'I ==a Fort 31): ), 1005, was looolved. as
w { 14 -- in the foreclosure proceedings o f collected posted on his services
master of polls parishioners
Collector's report
t ,,(It.I I. _=. rJ'tb Netherly Hall. Tax during: month ending Sept. 30, through the columns of the ADvocATE!: E. L- BR-t9a:: :: ::c-Z.d<:. ::S O.,

'' : iju 1 y =-= This property, which consists of Neth- 1905\) for the year 11)03: was received. IN-

1 FLORIDA, 'oily Hall and 13: acres of pineapple land 1, On motion, Mrs. J. K. Paine Isallowe AN ACT OF JUSTICE. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCnWe !
i' k4a TITUSVILLE. and was purchased by; .
'I is very i $10 for nursing Mrs. J. K. Spearman, 1\ FER'l'tl(UZK(
,1 --. -- - the mortgagee, Mrs Mary V. Turnei, paraletie, and that Mrs. .T. E. Spearmai It has just come to us that an ad. In handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES trade of all 'cooeelera. '"
MORGAN who will\ have the building repaired. I1nd be admitted to the poor farm. sorted In this paper, a year or so ago: We deal exclusively In the above line of Roods and solicit delivered at your tllUon.E. .
E. A. Grain and all Groceries,
for on
put In good order, then lease or sell tbe It la moved and seconded that no more giving: a description of property and ai Write. L. as BRADY prices BRO. . TITUSVILLE[ KtA

i t DEALER INBICYCLESE property.Mrs. money will\ be paid by the Board of offer to take a life partner, apd which

r Turner I Is a valued ADVOCATI County Commissioners after this dat description of property fitted pretty well

1 p subscriber of Hoxton! Md., and arrived for the maintenance of invalids or paupers the property of Mrs. E..1. Blair, ha: .A <:;<>:nJE: ;c. 02Dealer ::

= In Titusvillo, on Friday lost. After attending who are not Inmates of the poo i caused her considerable annoyance, a>lIt

,t to legal matters hare, she went farm, unless ordered by the Board. was attributed by many to have been '- In- AND

on to Fort fierce where the sale wus The report of :N. M. Fish, N. Downey written by her. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT
signed "Lawyer, .
held. and N. Tedder marking, viewing and This ad. which was
Wheels Sold, Rented and Repaired. road received Mrs. Blair Informs us, was written as i a PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
out public .
BE MARRIED. laying and TITUSVILLE .- _
L Enameling and Repairing Specialty. and accepted, and the same will be declared joke on some widowers at Merrltt, -
ML -- a public road at next meeting of we take pleasure In so recording>> tin

The following Invitation to be presort Board, If there Is no protest. facts _____________ Walker
} -Shop next door to nakery-- at the wedding of one of the fairest. The bill of W. W. Brothers for bury CANDIDATb.Ttttisville SI Tm: : R.
line been NOT A
of St. Lucia county,
[laughters read and on motion,
Ing U. Ilagln, was -- Dealer In -

3L.1IIOBLEY, received this office: the same Is rejected. Fla Oct. 2, 1U05\) ; Staple ar: ..d Fancy: Csroceriea'Fzuits : :
Editor Karl C Count .\itrocatf, / Report of cattle Instectors J. W. Cat number ol
FLA. Although requested! by A ,
1 : T1TUSVILLE, "Mr. nod Mrs Charles A. lioblnsoi lice\ and D. StCluir Nisbel were received the voters of Tltusvllla to enter the race : and: egeta.101oo
for all kinds of Palntlnc. KalHomlnlng at of E. Hall, et al., Feed
Contracts the honor of presence Road Vesey
your petition "
request independent arid.
and l'. for clerk and treasurer, on an CS-raln.: :
Finishing \per Hay::: :
Staining: ) Florence j
1, at the most reasonable price the marriage of their daughter, citizens of Merrltt and Georgians: prayIng ticket, I can not do so, as I believe

t $ consistent flanging with good workmanship, to Mr. Charles I. Hudson Jr, on the : for a public road was received. and in standing by the nominee of the mass -Your Patronage Sollclted- FLORIDA
October 18 15)05) ; and N. M. Fish, J. -
ivenlng of Wednesday' the ssntd U granted with party loyalty, TITUSVILLE, -
the East Coast church, and J. R. Carter are hereby --
I All Work on it 8 o'clock, A. Shlppee Very Respectfully, -
Eden, Fla.; At Home, Hamilton, Ua. appointed committee to mark, view R. R. Pvr Es.: PACTOIlY-:
i Especially : and Uy out the same; and that they malierepol.t INDIAN RIVER ICE

know what you want and get my SCHOLARSHIP. Board at their next meetIng -
Let nu Prompt attention WON THE to this ht You Want to Earn $1OOIn TITUSVILLE, FLA.Iapreparedtofurnish atteiS tlOi
( on
estimate Special
{ in November 100.1.On \) loose.
given to all work. ,. Ice In any quantity-Sacked or .
1 u
; Superintendentofroad
motion the is my
t A provision of the lluckrn.in bill,giver; set of books the next thirty days If so drop us a paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing

each county a free Scholarship Iu the Is hereby required.to keep a card for particulars. The fastest selling T. WETMORE. Proprietor. -=-
t E. Vesey Hall x and In tlu showing all road work and bridge material =--
l x Florida Female College one pale Bibles and subscription books on the
and all
ye I I Georgians Fla. t University of Floilda, notice of which purchased, for market. "SermoneflyThe: Devli", the
y. him for road anti bridge }
In the ADvocATE some weeks out by book "Russia and Japan" and ADVOCATE
was run war
:Bc>nt I3'L"a.:11: : 1.er igo., The Scholarship In the University each of the road districts and apart each from districtto the new many others. Our agents are coining SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE
be kept separate
Superior Motor. of Florida was won by Master North: money. We' pay big commission and

Agent for New Fro cher, and In the Florida Female, other. credit. TUB: ELLIS-MARTIX Co. PRINTINGI
4 la. on hand;call and see It. Assessor's books were examined give I JOB
rt I rt 1' r'j Estimates and prices furnished ont College by. Miss Ethel Wilson, both ofrituaville. and found correct, and were aO' Dept. T. Jackson, Tena. .

I application.

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