Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: October 27, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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: VID00422
Source Institution: University of Florida
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)L.. 10. NO. 1O. TITUSVIL.L.E FLORIDA FIIIDAY, OCTOBER 37. 1OOC PRICE, 5c.



LOCAL NEWS, The Large llriok Store.Is Correct Clothing for J\Ien A: Itoj", Special Cuts at KlInoN. -Miss Mnmle I 1I01me"ln.1! her mint of AMONG THE HOTELS.

City Point, were In Titusvllle shopping' J

|d Topic of General Interest. now replete with all the latest Jin,1 I At 1'.III1..Y.t Branulaa's.The Clolhlrrn and Men's Negligee/ Shirts, excellent Wednesday,

best$, of every thing which goes to mak: Furnl.li..m. range of patterns, worth $1 1.2\: and $l.50 Tlio AKVOOATK Is on file at all the
James
Piltchnril & Son
Reading notice acts are ten rent s this life a joy. We please you In ever TIlE ONLY STORE OK ITS KIND for 100. new oftioe built In the center are having of their R best hotel In New Yotk city.

'line on this page. line, our Diy roods stock Is brimmingover IN TIlE CITY.Filled Special cut In John B. Stetson Hats,
( stoie. This will mnke It moio ronvvn Whoio to stop along the East Coast.
with Bargains In the seasons fabrics vtttli everything that mon and nil the loading shapes and colors,
THE ADVOCATE, Innt for their popular cashier, Mlidraco ,., Sue Use of hotels and boarding houseson
Our, Millinery line was never so com boys wear, In the very latent. style Jui.ii'8 KLINK
I In advance. ,
fl.50< per annum. hued, and alxo for the clot ka. 7th pages/
J ,j.; sir months, plete an no*. Our Notions and Novelties SchloKs Bros, really made Clothing Titusvlllo, FU.:

I *2.00 peran. to foreign countries. are IfT= Our Clothing line Is all right $8.00 to fHM()O. FOR COUGHS, COLDS ANI ( RIT' Tlio Gautler. house, Miami, will be,,

lote date of expiration printed uponr and will be made us strong ss any in By far the swollest line that was. eve -SherilTJ. P. Brown leftTuesday, for take A. (I. capsules' Ue" Cross 1'lmr opened on the 7th of November by Mrs.

paper or wrapper every week. This Florida In Gouts' Furnishings wo are shown In Titusvllle. Indian: Springs, (Ia? to recuperate from niacy.Mr.. J. :N, Feaster, of Tltusvllle.Mr .

receipt for your money. :No need as good or better than the best. When Reudy-miide, I'ants, the largest line of
a lengthy attack of fever.
send for subscription -: A. K. Wilson, Editor of The St. A. T.. Marsh formerly cashier of
junto receipt you try our Shoos we have you for a life beautiful patterns, prices $1,.">0 to $; ..OIl.DOY8' ).
t date Rives It to you. AT PENNEY & BRANNINd'S/ swell Luolo County Tribune, wan a southbound the Alon/a, St. Augustine, hold similar
customer: We stand! behind the cheap Suits, from 1\(I to 10( made up of ,
line of I oy's Clothing.Mrs. passenger Sunday aftoinuon! en posllon at the St. Regis Hotel, New
:
then you subscribe for the ADVO- est shoe we Hell, and will refund your fine material, pretty patterns from $Lid(O') !

|K: by the year, it does not cost youo money or satisfy you. to $..,OD.Young. D. B. Piltcharrt, who hits vlsl1- route from Jacksonville, where ho wentto York,
week included. view the President
cents per postage We are prepared to meet all of your Men's Clothing with longtrous ed her friend, Mrs\ I). W. Monroe, atUenton Mr. A. D. dishing, formerly of the

[-ADVOCATES for sale at the Roc wants In Household or Kitchen furni- ers, strictly up-to-date, prices $:;,(10 to Fla., for several weeks, returnedto -MSH| Annie Jones Is expected home Royall'olnclaDl\\ Beach, now hold

|ss Pharmacy '!'ItuavOle.llr. ture, Hardware, In fact we can supplyall $15.00()( per suit her home In Titusvlllo, on Friday last; from Stetson University, this afternoon, a prominent position at the Gregorian

-: T. J. Shave, a prominent naval your w.ints. Give us a trial. We Both Men and Boys, If in need of suits -Mr. Jeffords, of the urea of Roome I on a' week's end visit l with her parents, hotel, 35th; street, New York.

tes manufacturer. of Ean Qallle was have no baits, all our good are leaders, of clothes, pants shoos, hat, cap, shirt, Judge and JhH.f.] S. Jones She will
Jeffords who
Jb are establishing a large WANTED-By a man who ham had
Flunsant tills ofllce Tuos- and we neckwear suspenders hosiery belt be accompanied by sevoinl Unlvorslt
visitor at on guarantee to please you or give ,
lieu and fertilizer business at Canaveral, several years experience In the North
back underwear rain coat overcoat or friends.
you your money. any
was In Titusvllle, Monday, and paid and Florida, position as Room Clerk: ; for
We1! have secured the services of the article In our line, will to visit
pay you
Deputy Clerk O. A. Stewart returned the ADVOCAKT office a pleasant call.AT LARGE feHIPMKNT< OF BOYS': BEST particulars, address: REX, this office
genial Carl C. Curtlss. you will find h'm: our Htore.See .
Jie Tuesday from several days spent clothing just arilved at I'onnoy tDI'11nnlng's.
the old Cm I ad. 8. PENNEY & BRANNIXG'S: IS THE
same com toons/ attentiveand our large on page
Elm Oallle, where lie went to seeJut Mr. Ftod C. King, chief clink _at the
anxious Wo Mall orders largest line of hoys'clothing ever before
to please n specialty.
are
the installation of an engine In a you Royal Polnclana, Palm 'loach, who has
better prepared to ploiso the I trade t than PKVHEY!: & RUANNINU, shown In the city. -Mr. and Mrs Wm. \. Brown and
fnch that been In all tho has
he Is having built at point. Saratoga/ summer
over come and when In The Clothlois and Men's Furnishers son, Mark, were In Jacksonville, Sutiir:
lit ; see us town.Mail -Itev. W. F. Allen,pastor of the MeliiSodist gone to Hot Springs, Vn., for a few
FALL LINE Or NOVELTIES orders receive attention.We Titusvllle Fla.Mr' day and Sunday last, to sue tho Piesl
prompt '
chinch of Titusvllle leturnod
on
weeks While In New York Mr. King
lis: arrived. Come early and get pay the freight/ on all oiders of $;;.00 Monday, from his two months' vacation, dent. Mr. Brown wan a epochal guest of makes bill heudquititers at ,the Hotel
choice. Fine line of Japanese the JackHonvllle Board! of Trade at the
our or over -) C. C. Curtis entered his
upon
which he spent In !Social Circle, Ga. Victoria,
Jiare. Burnt wood, burnt leather and l ApPI'eol"Ung" putionaifo the past duties In the stoic of John U. Walker & lIe[ reports Mis. Allen and little daughter : roci'ptlou and banquet

west grass novelties Red Cross we are yours for continued and growing!: Co., on Monday. as getting along nicely. Rev Allen J -Mr. sand Mrs. !S. K.: Rice have a little Mr George!: E. Bates, proprietor of the

harmacy. avors. 'Grand Hotel, Mount Vernon, N. H., and
-Mr. E. S. Warrock, of North Carolina, stopped at Oateen, Sunday: en route stranger at their home, who arrived

Dr. F. II.Houghton, who Is now in JOn. II. WALKER & CO., who has been on the Star force for the home, and kept bill regular: appointmentthere. Tuesday: morning, Oct. 2tth. Till. little 'of the Altamonte Hotel Altamonte

' ,T11K I.A 11(110 IIIEIOK STORK fellow i) and has :,:Spring, Fla, has sold the Altamonte
stervllle, Ohio tells us he will probabe past two weeks, left this morning via weighed pounds, cone
In Tltasville the first week la :Nov. Titusville, Florida. Sanford for Savannah Ga. to stay and brighten their home with hotel, spring and parks to J, H. & II. It.
-Conductor J. M. McCormick who
:Stuart proprietors of the Pearl Point
iJer. The balmy breezes of the Indian his pionenco. ,

ror suit him much better than the -C pt. J. ;0. Walton has been at FRESH TOMATOES, GREEN BEANS, Lets been on his summer vacation, accompanied hotel, Lake George, N, y The sale was
Turnips, Green Peppers and Cucum- by his wife and little son, CALL AT ONCE AND! SEE TIlE negotiated term
|,I blasts of Ohio. Hotel Marlborough, :New York, a few on private
Jack which Lancaster swell line of boys' clothing lit
bers Wagoner & Co. they spent at Penney
lays this week with his brother
-Mrs. J. N. Feaster, and daughter!: :, Mr. mad Philadelphia, 1>:\., l'eturnelIonclay: A Brannlng's. Mr. Hoi'belt Legg a man of wide ex-
Chas. II. Walton.] Capt. Walton left, on -Mr. T. D. Fenster, who has been
T. W. Anderson, and children, of and resumed his run on the Titiisrllle- lerlenoo In hotel work, and wellknownIn
The Indian Rlvur State Bank In
Tuesday, for his home in Boston. spending the summer In Minnesota ands -
i lo, Ala] ? left Titusvllle, Tuesday, for Sanford branch of the F. E. C. K'y, on having a coat of ooment pinned on ';jt. Augustine, has accepted the po-
now at Two Harbors that
tlianola, where they will stay until -:Mr. J. II. Allen, of tbe Howq :Scale heeds' to return to Florida, about state, tbe ex- Tuesday Mrs McCormick and little the wall of the brick buildings owned by Hltlon of manager In the Lyon funding

put the first of November, when Mrs Co., New York, who bought the Van middle of November .Jack stopped over In St. Augjstlne. them to keep out the dampness. These 4t. Augustine, and has already assumed

aster will take charge of the Gautier place near the Haulover Canal will
the dutle This popular apartment
THE FINEST BI.UE RIBBON ('OFFEE buildings are occupied by the Bl\olr.
|use, at Miami.At bring a fine light-draft boat down with -Mr. II. Waugh left, Tuesday, accompanied on the market. Try It, Wagoner Postolllce C. A. Gardner, Julius Kllnu house will doubtless lose nothing now of
him this winter. Mr. Allen is by his mother Mrs. C. V.
stopping Its well-known ]hold
the
on
the Indian River hotel, Titusville, : & Co. and Pennoy & H running.Mr. traveling
at Hotel Mnrloorough. New York. Waugh for Columbia H. C. where
vember 12th and 13th Dr. E. II. / : Mr. public.Mr .
Waugh will take charge/ of the half interest -Few people realize the liiipoitance of CIII'". H. Walton, who lens been!
imatrong, the well-known Specialist ofksonville. VANTED-LARGE TARPON FISH I H, H. /Shares of the
which lie recently purchased, In attending to any eye or nervous affection spending the past ten weeks In the famous proprietor
and Chronic diseases scales live wild animals and ,
Eye
alliga- the Owing Pharmacy, at that place. at once. If neglected, there are no diseases White Mountains, Boston, New Yom k .ongaore Hotel, 7th street, New York,
ticome without drugs or operations gators. Whitney' Alligator! Farm.ht. I
.Irs. II. II. Waugh and little son expect: more apt to become permanent and other places, whites us that he ex- Iras leased the Hotel Plaza, Hock ledge.
I cases taken, cared for free of charge Augustine, Fla. 11-3;! '
to join them sometime In December.DR. than those affecting the eyes and nerves pects to leave Now York on the populur for the coming winter. The Shares

r the period of one year. -Rev. J. W. Walker held services IDSt. If troubled at all In this way, do not fall Clyde stoanior. Apache, on 'J'lles.I"Ylioxt, Iros. will run the New Kockledge hotel

-Mr. R. D. Hadden returned on Tues. Gabriel's Episcopal church, Tltuslllo FErOEL, THE DENTIST, WILL oHeo| the renowned Eye and Nerve Spooa'lst i October 31st for Jacksonville, arriving and the Plaza. Owing to the largo number -

from his six: weeks' vacation, which on Sunday evening. Rev. Walkers leave for Fort Pierce on the 1th of Dr. E, H. Armstrong, of Jacksonville In Titusvllle about Saturday of next of applicants for rooms at the Long-

(spent with his family visiting rela- a young, Interesting and enthusiastic November. See him now about' your during bill professional" visit to week. sore Hotel, It I Is to be enlarged to the ox-

I''es in Spartanburg, S. C. Sir.: Madden minister of the gospel and the members teeth as he will be hero only a week Titusville November 2ch and 13th. tent of about GO) rooms.
I longer.Mr. BEST ELGIN CUEAMERY;AND FOX
fumed his position as bookkeeper In I of this church seem greatly pleased with The Doctor will be located at the Indian
River Butter at Wagoner &: Co'.. The 1I0llntVBRbingtoD, at Bretton
> Indian River State Bank, on Wednos- their new rector. E. M. Mast, of Urbana, Ohio, River hotel.
Woods the largest hotel In the White
'. Mrs. Hadden and\ baby will mare bas arrived at Sharpen Fla., and will -Mr. and Mr*. L. W Halle entertained
RED CROSS: PHARMACY HAS JUST -Mr. Wm. Prlndle, of Huntington, fountains, and I owe of the most palatial
| later, make that place. his future home. Mr. a few of their friend, last Wednesday
secured a new line of perfumery, stationery W. Va., I Is now ntM: West (list street, summer resort hotel In the world, will
C. C. Mast and wife, who have lived at afternoon, very pleasantly with a Launch
-Mr. Chas. II. Walton, who is msk books, and all standard nov :New York, where his. wife will soon Join be enlarged this fall, as announced In
Eden for number of ride. The left the about
a
years, arrived at part city pier
his headquarters at Hotel Marl- els. ilm. Mr. Prlndle ha shipped a nice, hove columns some weeks ago, by the
harpes, Saturday, awl will make that o'clock, spending till most pleasant
rough, New York has just returned -The Ladles' Guild of /St. Gabriel's their future home also. These peoplewill shallow-draft launch and a lot of household part of the afternoon on the bountiful addition' of fifty rooms, and that the

n a delightful visit with Mr. and Mrs. good to Titusvllle, and say he and lining room will also bo enlarged. The
church, Titusville were delightfully entertained 1 be a valued addition to the residents Indian Itlver.! An appetizing< lunch wan
rton J. Taylor, at their lovely resl- hilt wife are determined to make themselves plans call for an extension of the
luce at the cozy home of Mrs. T. T. of :Sharpen, and no doubt will be warmly served and done full justice to. TIle dlulng

lylor In New Rochelle, N. Y. Mr. Vetmore, on Friday afternoon last welcomed.Mr. comfortable this coming winter participants In this event say It was room wing, which will Increase the seating -

is one of the owners of the Florida Important business was attended to, after Mr\ and Mrs. Prlndle expect to leave greatly enjoyed. capacity of tbe room from1.25: to

f'rlch Farm, Jacksonville; and the big which delicious refreshments were" and Mrs T. A. Solder, who New York for Titusvllle somewhere between about ((125. This will be done without

rich feather factory and show rooms served, consisting Boston baked beans, have been touring Europe In an automobile tbe 15th and 20th of November; Cottage for Male. Injuring the shape of the room and It

I 10th street New: York. Mrs. Taylor'setty sandwiches, ice tea and I cake. have returned to the United States and Mr. and Sirs. Berge and family, of will still retain the magnificent view.'fbe .

little dog, "Roosevelt," recently and say that the best climate In FlorIda Adelphla, N. J., expect to leave for the Ten Room other addition will be In .the form of

k the silver cup at the New York dog -Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson, ha. closedLiar Mr. and :Mrs. Snider are at the Indian River on the same steamer all Mr. Cottage!: on Barton avenue. soother story to the main building between -

"V- Capt. J. O. Walton was also] a summer home at Sandwich, )Mass Hotel Breslan, New York, but will soon and Mrs. Prlndle. Mr. Ilergo has rented Completely furnished Acetylene Gas. the two towers, In tbe place now"

est of Mr. and Mrg. Taylor. After spending a few weeks In Boston leave for Cincinnati. A little later they Judge' Penney's house In north Titusvllle lot.Bearing/ Orange fort and Grapefruit tree on occupied by the roof garden.

IMr[ and Mr. Taylor's two prize French and :New York, she left Monday for West will go to their palatial winter home at where with his family they will be comfortably Cheap cash. WriteP. The big hotel has done a great busies !-
.
.>dl9 dogs are called "Beau-Beau" and Palm Beach to join her mother and siser. lobe Sound, where Mrs. Holder will I located for the winter. 10-H O. Box 12, this year, the only trouble being

eddy Roosevelt," and their pboto- As usual, Mrs. Jefferson will spend soon recuperate from her recent Illness. KockleJge, Fla. that the management was obliged to turn

hpbs will soon be on the wall of our the winter in her beautiful home atIlobe Wood for Hale. The addition
FURNITURE.: DRY GOODS: SHOES FnriiUlied house for guests away. planned
(1'torlal' Kent.
office. [ Sound, where she takes considerable -
will allow the
nan[ hat-rack with mirror, bevel .1.50.: management to aocommo-
Interest In the growing of oranges, Pine or oak length. See address date
any or a larger number of guests with
Four section a
sectional-bookcase |7.<5.:>. Five-room furnished lions for rent
Walker and other ,
Hard ware Co. grapefruit citrus tree, Mr. J. W. Jamison, Titusvllle, Fla. omparatlve small Increase In the
Drop-head sewing machine oak running -
-' Jefferson will join his wife later. $22.W) on Main street. Good location and tine
I GOo value hutter dishes.. alas".. Kin.. I water. Apply to. expenses of the hotel. The success
Sew Stock arriving dally. All kinds -- Job Printers Wanted.Job which the Mount Washington has at-
Souvenir postal card,new ,Iewa.N. Mm, M. 1:. WRIIIIEM: ,
[irdware. Boat and Electrical Supplies Hoot for Sale. 'ew" line Tapestries for chairs etc. tamed this lear, Is a $great achievement
TICI..vlll" Fla.Furiil .
'''l Clothing, Wood and Gasoline Stoves. CmiAs.A. GARDNER! TITUSVILLK, FtA. Printer, non-union, can obtain for Anderson&: Price, the managers,who

See us before buying. goal position and steady employmentwith have taken higher
rank than ever
.. Stanch auxiliary catboat. In tine workIng as
%% ,. lie l
< for
E Cottage
Jtent.
PAY THE FREIGHT.!: I hotel men. It I lit understood that
order at a bargain[ Fresh Oy tem.. plans
WALKER HARDWARE Co.Titusvllle FRANK FOReran, TUB II. W. B. Dntcw: Co mrAnr.' are under consideration, also, for marked

Fla.Urall"e 8.3 Jacksonville, Florida. New turnlsbed cottage at Seabreeze, improvements at tbelr
0-3 Orchid, Fla. There will, be fresh oysters other Bretton
every Fla.
Four
bed
bath
room with
hot
Saturday daring the season at'G. I Woods hotel, the Mount Pleasant.
Orange drove For Hale. and cold water, electric lights eto.
Trees for Sale. A Florida Shipper Guide. F. Dt'iicn's MeAT MARKST.IiAItUWAIt1 Located These popular hotel men have the same
near the Claiendon and ..
oce n
ucoes In their other hotels, the Bretton
I will sell valuable at lionaenture bellCh. J. :M. FIELD
my grove ,
fall. New York .
Choice City and Hotel Ormond
varieties of orange and kum- Every Grower and Shipper of Fruits :. Fla., four miles south of Rockedge H breeze, Fla. Fla.

Mattrees. Address, F. C. COCIIKAXE:, and Vegetables should bate a Florida (formerly the Col. Travis' Grove.) Ormond

eference: Welaka, Fla. hippers' Guide. Sent to any address When la need of anything tbe Hardware Tract contains about 11ecr: twenty- Furtiiwhed Cottaife For Kent.

Almost any business man. on East Coast lor six two cent stamps, send at once to line call on a*. two of which are la grove; nearly all Hoarding house Wanted.

L. II. O. SJOATKOM, We have the largest line of' Hardware bearing, and all In good shape. Present Highland Park Cottage, at Eu Gallle -

Cows For Sale. 9-6 Miami, EU. arrled anywher between Jacksonville crop 2NM( boxes. Good building, Host Fla., overlooking Indian River
good Wanted
and Miami. a good house, suitable for a
-- garden In the SUte soil the very fishing, boating and bunting short distance
,
boarding
house. Must be
In
\t'e the Mule Sale.A Boat applies., Sto"... Tlnware.Crockryware best MX( feel front on Indian River. to Ocean a flrst-clasa
have for
six| Cows for sale, best of Beach, all new and nicely position, not far from railroad
ar herd, come and select for yourself Etc. Glassware, Fancy Chinaware, Apply to John Frey on premise, or furnished 4..\ and) 7 rooms each. Photo. on Indian River. Titusvllle prefered.station


t Hillside Dairy and Woodyard good male for sal. Inquire of JA*. raiTCHARD fc Sox address, JOHJI KEJTDIO, and fall particular on application. Will pv good rent for the right location.
1220 Market Street
Cocoa FU. WM. B. ROESCU. Sent
"Z" ADVOCATE Office. Tltatvllle Fla. particulars to BOABDIXO HOUSE,
Philadelphia Pa. pit
Eau Gallle, Fla. 80car.. ADVOCATE:, Titusvllle, Fla



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:! 2r ... KAST: COAST A1H' U .A Tl!.. OCrOBER 27. 1905.BeottnuG't .
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I f Free and "'I'.'.:Ice II. Vnrilcbitff! Z.ltcrrittre.:: The United States tins now the uplen-
limit!! )? !it bll1 .
;:
Standard
I Accepted Masons. ":\{<>,'titliup WI' women bad been Sitting LL'I:( ray: !; HOC:11\,' 1.1 th' 'cnwe I.TJ. did oppoiunity( to show a spirit of Electric Company!

( watchins with nil our eyes. While d"I'Huo.l t In 1iulUlgi: ( ilurlnt; Uie stars genuine friendship! and helpfulness. yl

f l the robber vriii Kolnff through the pock- of Itu.::o mil'1 i Itahet'vou! niul ecru In Spain the kingdom of yesterday. : has

I 1 r Indian NO. 90 eta of the men I hid our purse, my the later tin.of Siott ami Je.Trc.v: I lanow hud poor ciopn this season and needs Jacksonville Florida.

t mother's n-y: sister's and my own iinkiriv n, 'I t-' a writer In th: n help Uurlo Sum will surely respond ,

f River TltusvllleLodge. dropping them :nil In my blouse. I left National/ : Itei'iew. -
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our small purse with only u few dol- 'the Scot in nil of batty In described ;
rf \ Florida. Inr In That advance, of !I'i per cent In the -.m.l FRED E. i
luind for the
t our hugs robber to us'" "the dreary paraill, I Holdn Itunioetinirn the.Mllnd li and fourth Wed find. price of rough ..11:111101(1041: \ / n be bornecomplacently. I
6 i nenility of each, at tliotr In the mid: Bwt.iilanlsnj u country \ .
month
+ N".m. "FIuUIy:: the lilK'iwaymuu.:' stood the : What worries nio> it Court Molina Tttuiitile, at 7:MO o'clock m.M .. .
r p. of Ii rtt..u xects. :3.iiii( ( ?
1/', 8. Rams,'Vo'Mhl"rnlf..ter.: . men Tip In n row again( with their t.llII'lwIt. :WIIbo'UI Is the roit'l'ir' monty I nvlvnnce/ In i -.A.'U.1; b11os_
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1 I e )'.A. Morgan "Son' lor Warden. bands behind' their bnlc, their backs, !:': gicein. _,'. '*,elf cDiirnex-:anil+l the pilco ot black imands.!l -
t( r l F. A. holey Junior Warden no pu4OI." >;<. .. tile : .j. '
i.i 'vntor
d bj o D'f J. M. IMxnn, TruHxiirer, townrd the Hl'itte/< He walked over tout lutuentti . State
1) _____ __ _u . ____.__- _-_ Agent t tin
A' :I J. I..( ...rutherM. 14 0reta.). nml. demanded our vnlunblen. lIe "llvon cm' lie past,,; 'p'ns, Andrew C'liiueRle -
'It Ir J. N. Walker, Ln-nuon. )LDS AUTOCAUs.
Benlor ,
4 , yl p a M. M. JCnaltnlr.lumwlteaoon. talked mid bantered/ with us: while do- ," -\ I llo: IT i, >vv t ,: .t.\j'I'1.I1\ ; Scot." ,,>4' THE CHANGE OF LIFE and KlMOTOH \"hl.",

i I U. II. Walton, "Senior'. Steward. log/ it. When the robber came to me ut o ::1.+ .; tJ'J'I: 4 have lien" "Wallace.Kno. BOATS AND STATIONARY EXOINr-[ : ._
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A. A Stewart, liinl"r Htewaril.A.
1F'E//E. 'y It. llinnnv, ('lin|>lnln. he Hiiiil' "Well, give me what you've ::. iJiu-UH HH< and: <1 f'bilrners, ;rnr-I keep the largest stock lu tIle South . .

t ; ,1.M.I A.>. fnnlH Mtowurt., Ai-'fylu.Unit Ttl. r. gft' I snld. 'I'd give' you tile content The last effort! 'to I"In'\'.., iteiutun; INTELLIGENTWOMEN PREPARE Butteries' CoIls, Djniimos, Lamps, horns Write 01
i j *1ki + l Wlll.Jt.McEadanMarsllal.l'I J : .. nt of a this ffiiii If I had one. lIe only laughed/ in Scotland" was made I t\:' nil ni.g'-.Ii-:: :/ !; : T Prices Mail oidcis receive prompt attention. ?

emu the. III IeY.. E. Heuiey! , and tile Dangers and Pain of Thla Critical Period 97-,11\ West Foisyth JA'Kso\\
"I remember the highwayman seemed Street-- II.U:,
1 Sl'ol1:11'1' Avoided by the Use of Lydia :B. Plnk- .. FltConsumers
: '"
whit !
\ he .
'll -
I cr"rttif! --
l I OKU Kit: KASTKKN! "HTAK.FrloiulHhlp disappointed III the .small amount of bam's
) Ir
: Vegetable Compound.
i 'r' ) he from SCOh''l.' 1 t.'ie: \\tl'I': lulmlts. have of
money rot us. One of tbPUI'Ht'l
( No.
hnptnr. II, beads its meetings ::: : !
In the MaH"iil J.oilf( room. Tituiwllle in the was ]tarsi to'open and he justdrnppP(1 (course dlxtliigulshed. theiPHdvp4 In literature How many women
) I; Brut and thIrd "liiBmliiy. In each month ,
at 7 :10f.
d,) 1, I j m. 'The following are tile ulHc.m of the It In hid but The others ho even c1l'l'lntilt/ pest half c-en- II :rci realize\:/: that

i fl Chapter, : I examined. Then lie Hiild: 'Say I believe tury. the most critical Your:: Attter: .tioxz: Please:
MIM Kato Stewart. In .
W. M. you women have more money. I period a woman's :
'11 K. A. Morgan W. IV But. like Stevenson who however was
} I.I ,I1, : d airs F, A, Morgan' Aminelate. don't think you would conic Into the not no much a "typk'ul. Soot' as a "..larry e existence .Wo sell Groceries
') I'' 1 I ]Mr". II. II WI. "n. Hmuotury., park with HO little' We answered 'Wo trimmer," and Mr. Harrln they leave : is the change of you WHOLESALE
,, r ; I ]airs .J.Illno1'reasunr., their life and that the
i' :firs. J Al. Ulxon onduntraim heard. there were fellows like you nlllltllI1t' country tor'their own good and the : .. 4 '
t 1, t i ,"' ,. ill 1.15. ('athftrlimrlarnii' AKXoulute/. Coll. why we left It. Hut I thought delectation of Ix>nclcn. All n simple mut t i anxiety felt by Prices. Write for our Price List. Great
}I I(}' t ]Minn JwiHlcSuniliirii. nIl ti). ter <>f fact there are residing In Scotland) 14 Y" women as this.
I b ]Mro (Jo". VV.. Hriihte, A.I.. ... he might( make another search and slipped at the present moment but two Scotsmen time draws near
'I
tt:.; Mr"..'. I... ( urnithurH" Menu ).. the three purses out of toy blouse of lett...... In the true Bonne-Nell Munro M.ACGIIand in not without money saver.
,; ]II, ]At. .
AFeriolgouurEsther.
the author of
The Lout "
\ and gave them to the driver the Pibroch. unit reason ?
on sly.
'I MrH
( (lm M.
,r, I /l l;lf "Il O.) II. Walton ICnlihliiH Wanlnr Klnota. The driver chopped them in his pocket J II. Ml II HUT whose "Literary History of If her system is in a deranged condition -
rl ) t .T. 81. IMxnll, Hi'Tltlriol.' Scoll.ind' shown that his country still or she is", predisposed to apoplexyor The Enterprise
H !'t' .r. It. Walker VUritliul. Sure enough/:: he did: makes another possesses one critic who can wrlto Knfllsli : cotif cKtlon of it Grocery Co
i I, I r J. Carruthem. (;Iia|>.lnln. search, but he dliln't find the ourseti. that la free from sol clnms and who time likely to become any. organ active and is at, witha this .
All of lout lIonwthln mile trio rouraKO to Bay wjiut he thinks
: / us The haul altogether : of. host of U J
i'' the snivel and drivel of the kall yanl., In nervous irritations make lifea 1 17 Bridge St.
might have r"et
1 I I' ; 'n $300. burden.At I
poetry Stoilund
"t la nowhere.
I; I{ f.i An InJuHtrloua -
: b 4 "When the robber bad finished hilt bookseller In the fur north nome this time also cancersand tumorsare "J"t.eJi/'OIouyille.:/ 11-'lol'idn.
I rr I : search! be told the men to get back In time ago published In a portentous series more liable to begin their destructive ..
') r :, ; the HtnKo and! told the driver to of volumes the works of "living Scottish work Such warning symptoms .
:t1+ ; /jro on. "
: )' J {I \. U TISINa Jic :Mr.: A'eith imked. the fellow to return aKrild poets. with their portraits which were I a sense of "suffocation' hot Hashes, dizziness :/:- : E: "'"' -
understood "
}t.fl L to be "lifelike. This was the headache, dread of impending JE3l..A.ru :B :
cross he lind tWh
.h'I 1 taken a Keepsake. only sign of life In the work. Since the evil sounds the .
in
cj' They !Rot Into 1111 argument about It the death of hums Scotland has produced ears timidity, palpitation I'JlUN.; :113, .; JltJ; ) J""I4' -

robber being clone beside the stnue. only two poets and these second. raters the of the heart sparks before ISKIIS: : \VINES': GINS A.NU Bl AND11S: ; .
t'1r'! I James eyes irregularities conHtlpn.tlon.varlu.ble ,
i1. i ; Hogg and Alexander Smith.A .
''I : f Hot words
1. I
$; PU"H<< was scared more u and

inquietude
) ,' -
'.. t" I',,;, t! i I then than nt any other time. I was word of prairie Is. accorded In the are promptly heeded by Intelligent Express Prepaid Lemp's Beer.
J d'llli 1 ; .t a fearful the hlKhwajmnn! would article to Scottish\ JouruullHiii, which women who are the Full I UxBla.
approaching
1 a.- get angry Quart measure 4llt' 0 Qts lQrs! FalKtnlr Jleer. . . . ., . .
IJ"1. f( ,, d ; . I and shoot. us lie threatened to do. "bus taken the place of l Itteratuie !In period of life!! when woman's great Hllntlllll'lnbRye.. . ... . . t\2111S"O$7011 1.xtr..J'lllu.; .. .. .. . 11
( "\ j I h It change be expected Nulson ('ounty lyu ... . . . .. :lIHI) 4 :lIS 71111 18ndar" . . .. . . .
Ip' .. i ) wits Just when the robber. wus wulk- Scotland and would seem, to have destroyed Lydia may}oj: Pinkhum's MonllJtrall1lhe. . .. .. .. .. ....3O! 4110 npl' J'.lt.extr""rk.. ... . . . is lit I
\" : log off that the picture Idea came to the taste Vegetable Compound 1151111014"44'" Rye . . .. . ... ....3'6 11110 0/10/ 1'.hurgeru11porteI,. . .
:' : tne. Mr. Velth did for It. "The newspapers Is the world's J'l'eate'it.rt'medy fI..I..ll>ro..w.. .. . . ... .. "ISO 61111121111 lIoHMAle.I'irltM.. ... . . . .. !Jq III.llt
,I; : ;, ::1 i mont to get It. ;" MUSS the writer "ure in their for women at this trying/ period, andma.V' .\ WI.I.kev .. .. . . .. . a 78 II 'Ill, 'I) 1111 (lumens 8tont.I.lnt. .. . u
f' j 1 Von can let iis have your picture./ You Yexuhlirandy. . . .. M11I1 UM1U
, I I''! f r /L fan certainly do that way not ouly excellent but supeiexcellent. be relied upou to overcome all chstrexHing Applnnrandy I :::: .. : : : ::: : : :gJg 6 IIU: N 6Itollanl :U: Bulk Goods, Jugs Free-Not
I 1 I much: snld Mr. ." symptoms and carry them Ills .. .. . .. . . . . 2 Mil 428: 7 211 Prepaid.
:, ," Veith. safely through to a healthy and happy en"va.Jln... . .,' . .. ..... .. . ... 71S 111111 eau "Rh., a O .. ., ..
old M+rthl'aro 11 i ua ( orn.l: fJj 4 1111 7 1111 J.r Hln.eM" 1 1 r78 oak" "
I ki! 1 ; 1" r r 1IlIt'1t' my mnjceup Is all right the age.Lydia louutan'on1 . .. .. .. .. .. . ..8 111111 IIIItI '""('.tlO per U..I.-Hc, (sin. Ccrn: 1\ oFal,,, .
{ robber snld. And he glanced through !Hammer! !Mnlchfna. E. I'inkham's Vegetable Commend .I..m i"' nil... . .. ... . . . .. .2"0 42 7l1S: tlll..llty..
fo. ,,., ::11<<' ELI the holes In the mask down nt the Borders containing rhodoilendrona.( Invlll'orate, and atrntrthena-- tliA JI.I.Hofil lIum . . .. .... . . . ..3711 111111 IIIItI "' ''-.k'. .,,"! ..6x1.-stye....,_.. (sin. I.,, rh,,, II"i, ARlrape
female organism, and builds ;p' ( urnnsy .. .. .. .. .. .. .... . .a 71J IJ eu :
theweakened
II n .. 4 clothes and old linen duster be wore. lilies and other! plants: that love coolness \- Iting or 1entocly lionrhun . ..8 71J 8 III! : t ) per 6x1-44". Rye. l'cu"10 '" tpft'
!
llH t i' II FEAT IN PHOTOGRAPHY Then he nodded his bend! toward us and moisture at the; roots lire benefited I medicine can nervous system as no other fort tol."ry or Augellea.,8: 00 a.1J 1I11O/J./ (Jtriuuiy II) per O..I.-\'lolIr'Mellowed hy' Alre 1)1': 1\. "iii...I 01llJ'

II r I'f I and Maid 'All light; go nheud'. This' by u heavy mulch of !caves, cut Mrs A. E. O Ilyland. of Chester- A..ortmol1t allow11 011 allft"IdM----of-name-- JCy. Medici", (ll..lIty..

.l 1''* I ;(..I I __ part of It was a small matter-Just straw or iim.sb buy. town Md., in a letter to Mrs. Pink- 184(3.12'R: : West Adams St. 'kMIIII\'llll', Flu yAAAAAAAAAAAA.AA
pressing n button. ham :
says
; I: How .
Girl .
Philadelphia
Snapped "
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'Stand .. -- -
: still: was the call. A French Peril. Dear Mr Plnkham"I :- -- -

( Ii I a Highwayman. "The robber stood' etlll, posing like a The National Alllaiue for had been Buffering with falling of the
'ff f.. : ' \ good fellow nnd. it all Increasing womb for yean and wan panning.. through the .. AAAAAAAAAAAAA.AAAAAAAAA4s4AAAAA1AIA
uniip. was the
i tl over. Population of France declares that bangs; of life. womb was LIIlIyawoU"n. .
!; i. j, France Is on the WilY to become u third I 1 bad a good; deal of soreness. dizzy apallH, ..51.. I'1
EARTHQUAKES
: I n DECEIVED BANDIT | HAD HIM POSE IN ENGLAND class( power owing to the diminishing headaches, and. wan very nervoua. I wrote
tl J you for advice. end eomnienoed treatment :
birth rnte. ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE
l
I Their Have Been !Noted From the with Lydia E. Pinkham'g Vegetable: Compound :
I as you directed and I am happy to.
t Tune's of lie Itaiiiunii.IIuitliiiiiiikoH any _
i i MU Anna A. 'Vllkln..n Tells lion SIplM'Inl Stump For K..r<.... that all those distressing symptoms left mo, 4C /
I /
,'f' U "I'' I Shu I'liolournplK-il. Ilrill 8tii.c.. Itolt- : of varying "severity Sluc" July 1 Koiea: has' had only and I have passed. wifely through the change: 1
"I'i have (been felt In England: from the of life a well woman."

I; !' r.: 1! bra'Inrr.liClI floury IlvlonwIllMto .. tliuon", of the Hoiuans down to tho t hn'\I- Japanese. pmtuge; Htnmps. A Mpeclal For special advice regarding/ this Important LUDDEN BATES !
hurt been &
, 'I'" J I. Women In ye1111t. Party Sn K teeth tentiuy. Due of the earliest Ell;;- steal' Issued to coiiuueijio- pt'rlodVomen are invited to ;

t 1._. 1 1' 'I ,!I j I i. enul.101] lip. Found. lisp enrthfiiuiU It: Hiiiil' to have' over.. rate tries.the postal union of the two coun write to Mrs. Pinkham for advice. It ... ,

1'SIN' i1 ; After thrown u Konian temple to Apollo' -In- U free and always helpful.
liuvlnif foiled the high
1 ' 1, 9; '!} { Q of the Vosoinltunlley, coming wllymell nwny Jolllon.Iwthf'l' happened' lu lIon( ), u. _ __ PI A NO mr.rm
ulicn. In tho langiniifo
'w i, ( of an old historian .
i; h ) ') "with u snapshot of u robber In notion "strange it was'" for the strong CH.4k.s. J3L"'tTIMI: : : az oo. ..I. -. ...... ........... v r.. v -
In tier hand ..
bag Mlm Annn Ague .. .
/
trembling of the earth but moretitranifu .. 1
.
1 517 alewBayst.. JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
I i44th i \Vllklnson of Rest riilliuleliililu a m t nl- ! for the doleful antI hideous

{ { ly returned. to her home rcndjto take oaring which It yielded forth." Thirtythree 3 Introducing and Advertising the New :

4qai up tile duties of U lonelier In tho Lou, yours'" later several shock, \
"
t" 1 t'' drelli Sriiiniiiar schoul. Mil\'" a IMillu- weio felt dining/ one of which It Is. 'Uh TS, 1 1E'XDR : Scale 8400 Ludden & Bates Piano :

deliilil'l Bpi'clnl' 1lHiutil|' to the New asserted. Hallos Issued' ( from tents In r f. 1

IJI York HI'I'nlcl."lth Mite AVIlklntoti nt till earth and luuIu'd" 1 much timber.In SSPREPAID : to Club J Members at

the time weru her Hhtcr and their the Kastor week of 1185: another 2 'Mk :

''t t 1'I /' mother earth tremor put in nn appearance iiiul s / f
J Seems to have' been moro demonstrate
1, I ; ) Mlsn M'llkhiMoii I U, the only t Rlr AJ
i yonni '
e than: its predecessors, for a writer a $287. :
1} wonmn In the world with u photoxrupli' I
l'' "miya'' that "It4 like had not been beard
I II It of. a rent stage! robber to her ('I'I1
\| |,1,1u\VllkliiHin'y' Hiild/ ho In win Hpviikliii 11 novlfc. of! the" HHlclJHH rob- tho world In the, for earth atouot ncre that remoMul lay coudiedfust and. 1 QTS r b QTS SO ; l .3.. Pay $10.00 at Joining, then $8.00 a Month, 8 Per Cent Interest. ;;

1il I.t'r.. "but I don't think Im wax any the great chords of Lincoln lent from ;
:
.' tyro. Hu Uncw lilt. liu liu'Hrt nil rljtlit. lilt toll llOIIU/ iii." Pianos Delivered at Depot for Shipment as Soon :
,
% I- ({ )rut 1'1'1111)' no \> tit,* comer 1\ nifu )'IIIIIIKliinn. "; Pause followed tho earthquake of .: ns Application Is Accepted. Quarterly Yearly: i

{ 'J'lJI'oulhtho holos' III lila musk.. I April tl, 15.su" a day leniaikablo/ for its. .. Payments can t bo Arranged to Suit Crop and p
!, t a could see his, ejeH. They were line, heat. Nothing untoward took place a Other Conditions

{1 ; great blim. o.M's and. he had, HIK(h u until I 1)) o'tlotk\ lit night when ulo- :
I 'i t 4 lovely sort \olco. 1
lent trembling( of the earth, made Itself
1 1 "It nil hiii>iu' >n<>"il In tlio daytime: and!
l Celt !III London, Listing about the tenth
on n rand ihnt M The New Scale Ludden
nuuli IriiNclcil, the $$400
i of
I{ P road from lta.I'III..n.1. to the valley, liy loin u neeciid rumbling. and. In\\iis tho accompanied bowels of tho by .' .. ..

\\ay of '\'1WHlIlI.. The robber had po...t- .
meth Close upon| Its. lioi'lM ciiuie nit- 1
,k ('(1 l himself lieliliul n rock nt bend of
n
1 4 the roiid, MO tliiit he bnd to 1'lImh11' other bell, \Vestmlu4tertlanglng.tthock vlildi+ set the great. and many clock: Aet'nts for the Pabst Itr"wing (1n.tW & Bates Piano 1

u Steep] Krntlo( tn get ti) thtf point. When 1
\ other churches gave' out violent 1)01415.The i.:': '" 1
; ; ::.3. W-
;
''i 1j our four liornei( hiul 1 HtrnliuMl unit tolled public. took fright nnd rushed into iji3iBB, SSalS !oSE22S.E2i2, ... 1CANNQT

t up this! grade the driver pulled" them the ah.Pete. \\lillo pluygoern luititlly I.'fttht.lr . M i : BE: DUPLICATED: ELSEWAERE: : : : FOR Mucf
to reit! them :
up a bit. It
then
Wit"
1. that the robber utepped out from be- seats, with the result that many = LESS THAN DOUBLE: THE: CHUB? PRICE: OF $JlF i
;
of them were trampletl to .It'll tho A Painless Cure of ... 1
r
t hind n MI lio lder Dud quick ill a tltish writer on the subject nays: "Ihe Beetiunit Curalo Pain ... 1
threw up n (IUI111111 leveled It at our .5
f :
,, \\ teirlble. The clanging/ of the bells Sl ...
t ti heiuH lie ended/ out Hteruly, 'Oet the Hubterraiieiin nolHea /and the noise .. Never resign yourself to suffer pain.Vomen's ::- -
', down out of that L AVe have them for Immediate them
; stage, every mine of delivery. Call and see ) :
of f.illtiiif boiiHeM.' tIle Hlirlekii nod lumcntiitloua .
+R, r' ;rou I\lt till! 111"1\1'1"- ," of the people, mingled I / with pains are curable.: They I are the sign of dangerous : If not convenient\ to call, write for Booklet H, which :will give fm, a P

i I "In our part of the stage) were two the rrlt'H of those uho thought tho last:' I conditions of the female organs, which should be 'I = formation. They are especially adapted to this climate.

t men Uornmii tourist nnd A. O. Vclth, day, had I come\ w an enough to till the promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow. : The scale Is as near
,'* : Au s trine consul lit :Mlhvnuko''. A\heu scientifically correct as Is possible In piano :
f stoutest hearts with four. The ..
i the l teen did not mom, tho robber shouted shockvit4 Ing-evenly balanced which Is responsible for Its wonderful tone 'II. P

I ? : 'OetdiMin't! down I toll yon! of\ the also expeilentfd: The In! various parts .= soul of the piano. Double repenting/ action, the touch I 18 light|{ ""' :
.
+ list down or I'll open' up!' country Impression took easy, Very attractive case design in Fancy 'Mahogany: Wulnm' II'' :
shape tlmt this
'Hotter i get down III. the moil, the I 'because heaven eaithiiunke hud' lost bud patiwltetvlth ot'currot : : English: Oak. Those who have examined the New Scale *4<))0 'Lullt''" :
driver rotiiMolod." 1 It was then the men Winef : & ,
v 1, began to get out Into the rond. Wnomeii <> the people, a belief which led 1 ( rduiIT ... tells Bates, say they arc the best $100 values In the South The profess! .o P
Queen Elizabeth: : to Instltutf us they have the tone of '
4 Jot up In the MoiiN. 'Sit down : n forui of : a Grand. They look like *:100; fia"

I yi 1 you voineii,' the Mtrliwnynmii said very prti) or for hoimtbold use lu order to and t sound like them. The books for t the Club are now open KJ- r

I ' j'' llstliictly.'v wiiC down you may be remove the bane' mi.ipOHtil 1 to be hovering : MEMBER: { the Clubi; limited to one. hundred, and all our fetors i

p 1t IIt sure of that. over Brent Itiitnlu. : take mcmbershlpK. ADDRESS:

1 I' "When the men 1"0 stundlnK In thedust In January and the early pnrt ofPebrimry COMES TO WOMAN'S RELIEF ... eP

i i .. beside! the Ktnw/< tli> 1'"I1.IIt'1I:1t1. : , lT.1i: >, the bent was" lutensisMO whenever she suffers from .5... r
+ them turn with tliHr. hocks to tlu .stage, iiuitli S.) that the mixiritltlou'ect| It any of woman's biting and weakening pains. ... -
i } a, null quest mini with bin lininH behind. about declaring that souiethlug out of not only compels the pains to stop, but It follows up and drives: cut rP

'" } t3' I hint Then, while \vt HHt In I the stags' the ordinary would I surely 8)on Imp- the cause of the pains which prevents them from coming back.

If waiting, the f'IIOIv'I'ut through the pen. Their forecasts came, true, for on It makes you well. Try tt. a, Ludden & Bates S. M. H
4
I pockets of the nun.Millo htvim/ Feb S 1.0>iidoit experienced slight earthquake Sold everywhere In $1.00 bottles. ,

'( BOUrolling, the robber. drew.. out 1bllt Shucks but more Revere shucks < P
I
''l n revolver nail( cnrrfetl It In one hand. were felt exactly a mouth later. Uhese WRITE US A LETTER lit and 13 Julia Streets,
HP hml his 1:111111nJl aorom. Ills rhext. latter arc Said' tJ have been the woratdintnrluilues "WITIIOUT A PAIN" .5 r

y ll "I dliln't learn j J".t "nluit\ ho took out In modern l tlmea In Hng-: : tiKe freely.anJ, telling frankly us all strictest confiJ- writes Miry Shelton of Poplar = Jacksonville Florida. p
of the land The shocks your symptoms and Bluff, A\o., "I c-n do my housework, ,
N pockets or the were preeoilml
it'4M men. but It was by troubles. VV. will send I free aJvice although "before 1.
probably nil the money nnd Jewelry lightning, then n nmrlug; Bound wee (In plain Stfjlej! envelope), how to doctors had done Uk.x CARDUI two 41 1 rT1VVVVY7VV0

f 'k i they had. "Hint Aviitt-h lun't worth licard. lioiiM'M r..It..11I1I 1 mauy fell, and cure thrill Address: LaJie..' Advisory truthfully ay I was me cured no KooJ.; by CirJui I can arIltlVfTTVf1V7rYTYViTI1VVVb/rrrrr' fit

y i tntitb.: mild >fr. Veltli to the t robber Koine little damage was done to nni.it; Dept., Th Chattanooga. : MeUlJneCo.. I want every suffering' lady to know of -
'
I' petikliie<< of bit own h tlmopteoe, 'ant[. buildings. These. vibrations took 1.1.1'> oIn Chattanooga Tenn. this wrnJerful median"

beside l 11:n ."n heirloom 1 ! niy family* the eight:: mud many ieoplt| were I FOLE II01mYA.9I(1)TAR( FOlroIDD1 UC g
.
thrown from their beda. ri <4t<.

far cflttdrtn safe. .y,.. Jtfo oplatt itfakea; : wldoeya sad C :r11w

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: COAST AlWlXJATK.: OCTOBER 27, 19 05.

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6 ... lAnd 1.reMHIII JAMES. PKiTcnABD. President; WM. M. BROWS\ VI..,.P
Cleaning WINSTON\ 8. BRANNINO, Cashier terideaG
t ADVOCATE A PARADISE OF! 1)PALHJ: -
COAST
EAST ,

i 1N Make Your Grocer All work done up-to-date.at the Call Parlor and INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
Gibson
,
+ t PUBLISHED EVERY :FBIDA.Y. THE GROVES OF BORDIQHERA, "THCJER'CHO sea me Andrew !

\ OF ITALY." harbor Shop, on Washington avenue. !
l Entered at the ]'o t<>nioe at TltiiHVlllo, Florida, J
Give You Guaranteed COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
econJ-cla. matter
as .
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r Iliillitn \Illiiwe Which II .
el A Pretty U raying.Draylng : Authorized
capital,
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Editor A: Poblleber. I'rltll4-u nl MuiM'lrlniC "
H. WALTON the
CHABLBR
+ Paid
up capital
$25'000
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nt Hu.
.", ...LY IOI7BIfAL DEVOTED: : TO TH. DRVIIr.-: tu the the CoilPVlmluil,.tlo'nn-'I'h.,....... (Hlory..runted.More Cream oi Tartar attended or to.hauling Meets of all Rill trains.I Inds promptly Stove- ---" Average deposits- $200:000:

Lass: w.
BIVBB
.'I ( .S OrMBlfT: Or THK IKOIAH all tlinun.
: ImUWIIIW wood for Bale at
f au
tlniii 300<) yearn ago
WOKTB AJtD BIHOAYNB: BATSKOTIOH crowd Kitlionil before Ht. rc-U-r'H III H. R.: UI. >LTKN, TlniMVllle.O.ulo Transacts a General Banki 1

; ;rl oontinuau3e of advt, niunt b made 1 per- Kouiu: lo itui'ss the rulxIaK ofl.g 1111 Baking Powder -- -- x
writing- 'l'lw wuik \'ol\'u,1 Laud I'or Sale. Business
F aa&37] at this office or by )'\litl.ui, ubeliik. County ,
ninny risks: iinil tbe pu-panitloii I I fOl'

''i..t ;t '1 ? Check,etc., may be made payable to. CUARLXII Itt lui-oiiii.illMliiiieiit were surround 10' northeast
WALTONpubllehar. ; It 1 4 For sale, cheap, tho quarter[
d. >
+ j :r aa. with touch luipuMHlve[ ceremony. e t ]r] #f '' Exchange bought and ".,,1.1 ,
nt! town-
seetbn I
2 hh The branch llnnton "III.... HUM that Iionieiiloo Jo'Olltli II II, till > 1" Alum Baking Pow ,if coil?hit isl quaiter of CuuntrlePittronaite < 'tela
' HORTON OKFICK- 1Mutreiit of the mlslng, hl''lIl1le J8 south of range 41 east; close to
1, of Tim KAHT" ('i>Anr AoviM-Arn: 1 I. at 24 UliKM-r la liurKO > ship ,
i. { ,. 'tI ,nnil IK In charge of ;Mr. Carl p.. Nulls .. ut the very List hour no npreliPtisUefalluro ) or ders interfere with O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on appredHteil I',"I, .
wliowlU make advertising, viiiitrartM for thll treatment,Cud every finororvntive ." I". silk
1rj) paper. _______________ ________ Unit ho niipcnUul, to 1'opo Hixtulf St Luole River; 40 acres. Imnltint.: cu" >., .
V.. liHKwInif! I''"' to command the "IIMt digestion and are un- Also, the northeast' qu.irter' or norrh- -.; l COtlRE8l'OMn.Kmiilre ::'\ J .:"I,,.
? 1 l 4ddre I all communications to 111111'111'1'! I Of hK'ftlltorH| tO keep nh"olllW" east quarter of section 1H, township 38, ,

1 EAST. COAST TITOSVILI.B ADVOCATE:, FLOKII, .. ",iu I[' IICIN lest ,..'IIIII! vliiiwo nolwo "lwlIhl healthful. iimth nt rllllll' 41 1I1 Ht; on ,soul It 'ik, olSt. Florida Hunk Tnist and Cmnpain Trust" !i n." .1.\i ", I
7 1 r ' --- c nirnsu:!, the woi'kmoii! : Ito lilmnelf UI" KuclB River; 40 acres Apply\ to -= f fk3T.

ni'i-! ',1,I to fuiunniiilciitp hilt ordersuu I, iHAH. H. WALTON, ".I." TUSVILLE. 1 :r..A. .

) ,, !} ((1. S. Department of Afjrlcultii ol.ilionite,. system of Huts fwd IIIf': Avoid the alum. TltiiMvlllti )Ka! .-- .-- .--------. ._- . -

1 I : Weather Hurcuu-Jupiter, Flu. miK .
<:J JE3J13InTS.
II. :I>
At lit I the critical moment UI'I'II"I'1'11 (\' T.ikoNotlc I << .
: The fol1owlojt III a comparative IItate- MolcuniilxM (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)
1, I (' |1"( :'f'. nftcr t'Helii'Jillnic: t n \
t. l ment of temperature and rainfall fort "'lit! In-; .lnj; the Mill) \\oikuic: .. .- GUN LLla: I. :L. C> CKSTVJCITH:: : : ::
4 r week ending Tuesday, Oct. 24, 1905.yl /). -- -------=--- One of the handsomest. )places on :Mer- .
I: + -19IJjj-( -1001!! took)I hLl: i 111.1"1'' on it 'li.i.cony: oVl'rlooltll1A: I Badges, Checks, Door' :Numbers, Stencils, Trunk and Locksmith :Minn IB.
yl 1" I ?i I MAX. MIN. MAX MIN. the serve. The great 1 n'iuareiit' till"'! Shoe Repairing. rUt. Ittl-uul. known 1111 "The Wigwam/ UEPAIRINU OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS< A SPKCIAI TV

i is DATE.t HIH5 70 S.J:I 1H.J with the inultliUtle\( of people, who fal. bAI"nltlnJC lo Mis. Eva I. 11:air, of New Gun and Revolver parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Vnllso HCPRII'I\tl\!,

p'i.. I 1 ID 77 : 7:1,: lowed, the! proi'oeilliisi with broutliluIntercit I .10111\\ kinds of bout und sire mpair- York, la for sale, or rent, fninl bed. A a24:!: MaIn :s::>t. Jacksonville. Fla.nn ) ,
II ; ii
: P 1i1 t 20::!I 8i: 71* so 74 L'lilirokt'ii silence, liowevirelKned ':', lug, and do not forgot U. Opposite Jan tOil mom cottage! with launch lionno, =

' ,l}' p at 21 IH 7.J: 82 (011 for the pope' In responseI'Oiitlnn's ' ta Prltchard Son.NDICKW
l1i : 22 82 7.1: 711 n na I Ih ;; iiiipcnr' had) Issued u fllI'rll THiisvllle\ Flu. three acres In grove Mrs. Blair has SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY

1' I 2:1: 81 (fill 70 diet I1I'CI''I'IIiIlpllth/ to any one who] _... . : .
- --- hundred dollars In
; ; P 1 21 80 7:1: 7S: (U;) just spent several
', t y Total rainfall for the week: .00 ntten-d '11 Round. Blacksmith iinil Itepnlr Shop.If putting the place) In perfect repair lay-
ot
t ' Departure from normal rainfall for the All went well until near the en-I lug out (lower beds, new break water Wood Coal Cote Brick, Lime Cement
I l week minus: .Oli Inches. Depftrti: the work, when suddenly\ OH the obt'\i"Il\ ,
:! f from :normal rainfall since January J, stood ulraost upright, tho ropes\ which\ \ you want a new wnjzun, or nn old and hoard' walks, all round the house, "'f Atk

minus 2.W: inches. supported the enormous weight Btretcod ono repaired, wilts ute I pay Height! I Nfl th.tt. any one wanting a lovely winter .. %

'H" ;t IIAt. P. HAIIDIW, ObserverROOSEVELT'S ,. and, the great shaft wavered. 1Btnntly one way. J, I D, F.NNI-S .>r nll-jvar-rouml) borne will\ <<
1 from tho midst of the throng:; <1 ot TltuHvllle\ Kla. out ibis article out for reference. ,

t i l l TRIBUTE TO people a voice win rained' In 111111'l.Ir,1ot ; ._- Addiexn, L. \V. 131.A in, Sleriltt, Fla. Offices foot ot Hogan Street Jacksonville, Florida. Tclcphon- k,< )2112
rlnKli
the death penalty' and a Line.
The Clyde ------
THE SOUTH. cry, "Wet tlw ropes!" wn henrd., 'rhllt Fine Property Tor "Sal<>. J. K. ](UNNt RLYN", General Manager,

} IIh M, ,. 1'I'II'tlenll1lh-h-e' being/ followed nt one Get your Cljdo LIne tickets. from
tile soon shrunk until taut affnl/ .
roped
?. .tt d' '. : "The wounds left by the great and the obelisk, 8a\ed from lininlnei.IniiKor -lie agent at Tltusvllle. Do nor fall to Two nice cottages/ ml join!UK/ each The Oldest EittubliHh Grain and Seed House in, rn> state

' I A civil war have long healed, but i Its of fulling, wus safely draw tike the steamer, when KolllK North jtlierln North TitiiDvlll, with an acre --
: 'HAS. If. WALTON, "f hammock /and five ncres of. ilcli muck
memories remain. Think of it.oh, A
into position.Search' Ii Yale
;, i l.* my countrymen, think of the good was made for the author ot Tltnsvllle, Fin. land river, front.suitable The for larger truck cottage f.iim.hall Hood three Wm.: A. SO"'I.L.JS: . & Cc.

1 l.s. { I'' G, fortune that ia ours I That where :lm cry, who provwl to be u sullc ---- l ileeplnff rooms and a vitnt's) room up

li't? + as every other war of modern times lamed nrel and bit- of ItordlKlitHii the Medlteraueadiore. | In cum: and kitchen below The adjoln- ,
'Sl has left feelings of rancor ton's Rapid Calking 1',114 now use
t'' of hail BUIfested I cottage ban. two Bleeping rooms andicrvnnt's
Ills knowledge ropes
.
1 I ternel4S to keep asunder the coo by boat owners In time United St'Hes' and
:.41. to him the remedy nt the crlslind room In second Bforv: Flour Grits Meal and Fertilizers
t ', batants, our great war hits left tC t the excltemer Prlco $4.00 and $8.00 each 1the An titling,;:; room, dining loom and kitchen ,., ,
by
carried
1l + ? the and daughters of the men << away office Tltu vllle, Fla. jclow. Large, brick cUteinn to both A JACKSONVILLE, KLA
C w"" 4 sons !; >f the moment, ho hail forgotten tliliuutenliitf VOCATM hOllso... Adapted for a nice winter ePI7R11 200(\ East Bay Street,
I. ', 4 ; who fought, on whichever side they cool mtnd, for silence.
; fib 8 i. fought, the same right to feel the Abashed und trembling at Ills teml'r.Ity : FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING 10 me. Apply to GEO. M. Uoitnivs' :- Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y and A. C I I., By,

t'liI.ia.tij : keenest pride in the great deed the offender was led before Top remember the ADVOCATE; off< ceo Tltusvllle.FU.WAMERKYDAY - -

/ alike of men who fought on one slxtus. Great was Ills amazement anellef .. ,-- ..
side and of the men who fought on however, to bo met with word>! --- --- -- -- & Baker

I: the other. of forgiveness and pralie.! Instead omposhiK MeMurray
the
meed of the dreaded puulshment =
the praise. -
"Great though .
favoi -
+
r. iji 1 iope bade him nsk some especial
is which Is due the South for the. which should be bestowed upon him 1 III 4Ul-4ii East!> Hay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
j,l', soldierly valor her sons displaye '
oken of gratitude.
y ;1 i ; during the four years of war, I Mindful of the resources of his imtlv CO'W -Makers and Jobbers ofMiicles -

h .I think that even greater praise i Iy 18 oast, the sailor asked that for all fi-
:
i?' ; due to her for what her peopl lire time the right should be given to Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
t y r have accomplished in the forty him and his. family to supply palms to PLA. ,

i I of which follower lie chapter of St. Peter's for Pain
';i peace
P j;: years For forty years the South has mad iniulay.\ Assured by the pope' that thlll I/E INOC'cCBATE' Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
t
t be granted llrcsca re-
not merely courageous, but at pl'l v liege flliould First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. EtcI .
.i iirned to his. home again/ rejoicing In Bd
times a desperate struggle, 09 IIhe word ORANGE .
? i he bereft which his impetuous ------- -- ------ ------- -
i : .. has striven for moral and materitwellbeing. core to bring to Iturdlghera throng] a--e =---c aaJ: lill-tl

years to come. hATE LALs

n.. : "Her success has been extraordi Smh U: the origin of norllljll\; ( rn'II'' i srnmC: : : >S FC>:B. SP:>3.r: =cI :.-. '

i s .4 ''i; .I + nary, and all citizen of our common >nlui Industry, according" to the tale i

- country should feel joy and ,,rhlch /Ireoth'anl'll/ from old histories.., ---.-- . - - -- - .--
i. .
t4 pride in It, for any great deed dom lie different reports vary somenhiis Turnips-and Ruta BaBac.II .

+4 : ))4s ; jl or any line qualities shown, by ontl to facts, yet; the story In all Us es In- .....N............... ........N............+.00,.l. i I II I i Onion Sets-Bermuda and Peail. I
entlnl details la constantly quoted : 1 Beans.
Florida.
group of Americana of necesslt, : Cabbage-best varieties for
F reflects credit upon all American) lordlKhera:; and the'vIlhiRo still claim. THE Seed Potatoes-for fall, :lo. 4 Hose and Til urn ph. I
th'ntlcnn
Its unnunl prhllego of supplying:: < i ii
could have i Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Etc
i; ::4 Only a heroic people with piilins' on Palm Suudiiy.Itordlgheru It! Poultry

v ;! battled successfully against the U. situated on the 1'00IIIt

I I t conditions with which the peopl ot the'Mediterranean; but uullko mos tot PALMETTO i PIANO CLUB i I L. CJ. 11LS7GItONe: ::::: : Sooc3.stxxa.exrx: : It I

of the South found themselves fttc the imieru towns, which llo wlthh t l 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

ri. &: L to face at the end of the civil warS hallow bnjs. It occupies, n pronilavn O. .J
: i lion. The Capo oluuts .
"There had been utter deatruc- nil exposed\ llONI 3 C3 it3e. rt9..a.p:3: aa'o: _

S I j tion and disaster, and wholly now Ampegllo, on which too towt. : lay joining our Piano Club you wtil be able to get a $100 grade : __n __ ____ __ _- - .--. -
: ;
it Into tho wnir
business and social problems had< lands, stretfhes far out obtainable fl'OWmnny : Piano for $:.J(>7 on payment! of $10 down and membership dues of or CO.
to be faced with the scantiest and the view a* VEHICLE & HARNESS ,
d and portions of tho headland ure ol $0 per month, without Interest. Piano dull voted free to nearest iS
economic political
The
y means. UHurpaMsed: beauty.The :Corner Forsyth and Cedar Sts.
F, fabric had to be readjusted In most distinctive feature of Kordl depot,7as'soon: as the first Ten Dollars is paid. :. JACKSONVILLE KtOKIDA.

,. ( i t the midst of dire want, of grinding; glll'rll.lloW8ver, Is. Us wonderful growth | .

poverty. The future of the broken, ot date pnlms, anti the village\ U. well : ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLANe : Our stock of . .
I war swept South seemed beyond ('1111 led 1 "the Jericho of Italy" It Is colt 1 :

1 1 hope, and if her sons and laugh lore are more palms In and a 1'0111141: WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,

tera had been of weaker liber there< lordlghern than In tho whole o( ..theHoly e introduce) nod not till Piano befoie the public, we will formA : SUKREYS TRAPS, ROAD CARTS,

t truth have been 110 [ Litnil. In whatever direction out members and each member will gets : ETC. ETC:
; would in very a club of ONE HUNDRED HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC., ,
i turns for a view the telthl.'l'lyllIlm\ : .

1 hope. recs ere Interwoven with the huidrape. : a franc at the wholesale price. The club is limited to ONE : -IS NOW CO\IPI.ETE-:
"Hut the men and the sons of the
Their rlih deep Htumlslit \
green
([
men who had faced with unfalter- buck'round HUNDRED members and all Instruments will soon be taken :
In relief trout the silvery
and will Unit will please
: r Call on us you our prices you.
( + t 1 ing front every alteration of goof ( of (ho olive on'hards:!, and 1\1-
._. ._ ,__ _ -- --- -- -
f r 9 iI and evil fortune from Manassus to< hough the orange lIu11c11l011 groves nrcunituous THE PALMETTO PIANO :

it Appomattox, and the women, their tho waving palm branches I .
!1 : Ocklawaha
t wives and mothers, whose courage rl tie above them nil. factories The Nurseries.
la Instrument that baa boon manufactured In our own :
and endurance had reached an even It Is said that the flrnt! palms were : an

; higher heroic level-these men and Intro ucell In Ilordlghera by Pomlnlcaii : with some special\ features that will\ nuke' it stand the climatic :
P :
t; fl'hull many centuries ego but the culvatlon better than Plano made .
f; a these women set themselves undauntedly : conditions of this State any r Groworlsi
on nu I'xtenllive scale dates Tc> Ornl1go: : I
I the task before netaloftue '
1 to "ur
great semi
t f trom the grant to the BreMen family. CATALOGUE. : Who expect to enlarge their proves this year: We want to
the : SEND FOR
them. For twenty years struggle Thu palm Unites which are to bo usedi ; which will be ready Jor mailing about :September: 1st.
was hard and at times boubt. 111 ceremouleii are bleached I Citrus Fruit [ImlusOT>
f i religious We have watched very closely the development of the
ful.! Then the splendid qualities, until they become yellowish white. The Information to new aw
In Florida since 1805 and believe give valuable ,
( we we can
of manhood and womanhood ranches are drawn closely togethert t ii and only 1 viii',
your; The Cable Company old 1 growers OUR CITRUS TREES are the climax of excellence,
f told, as they were bound to tell, at t the top and Irmly( wound about i interest to 100that k
able varieties are propagated In our nurseries. It will\ be to your
and the wealth of your extraordinary with rope. In this way the Inner z after co-
list over, and we believe will\ decide to Rive us your patronage
natural began to be avert'' deprived of light and nlr, are you
resources
J.. :''t, t shown. liable to attain their natural green : FRANK E. CHASE, Mdnaer.( JACKSONVILLE FU. :. slderlug the Inducements we have to offer you t and vintarrating.

mine color. fortunately this curtousivathlng . SPECIAL TERMS to those who place their orders now for fall

It, '' Now field the and teeming riches attest of the of the branches. robs the tree .......................... .......t..0..............N. ABSOLUTELY NO WHITE FLY. ADDRESS
and factory .
1 mpornrtly of much of Its beauty. .
( prosperity of those who are all the The leaves which must be ready tortllo .

stronger because of the! tritla und next 1'alni Sunday egla this The Ocklawaha Nurseries

tJ struggles through which thia prosperity caching\ process In the summer, whiltho TXTUS"V'JLLEJ: : LrvJjJ: 'Y ST.A.I3LJ1J.::: ,

has come. You stand loyally much smaller number prepared forthe
C>. "W. OO I1:11or 3'rop.:: :
: : .
memories Jewish Feast of the Tabernacle, IIIIhe ,
to traditions and ; : :
your SADDLE HOUSES:: TLOIt IDBEND
,
_
SALE T.A.J.\TG-EE1.JN'E: : : :: : :
l4 you also stand! loyally for our common fall\ are shut off from the light Inthe FEEL AND ww r _
I spring. The care of the palms atth'lIe ------ --- --- -- -- -
all that BUGGIES:;,
i liar, which symbolizes ...STABLES... -
two Mensons and their final gMth-
.t la brighten and most hopeful for
? y I'rlllg and packing for trninnortHtlonrulab SURREYS,
the future of mankind face BAGGAGE
'w ; you
+ employment to ninny of the r. o
y the new age In the spirit of hte IleUsllllts. Immense quantities of TRANSFER, '*- TURNOUTS of YOUR JOB PRINTING: TO TilE ADVOCATE.

age. Alike in your material and noshes Are illnpnUred. to Itome and I .

in your spiritual and letelec uRI tl) ether parts' of the country as wellid HAULING ETC. ..all kinds.. THE cot',''rt.

4.'s "' developement stand abreast of :t are used In tIle celebration! of the CARRIES THE LARGEST STOCK OF STATIONERY:" IN

",; i' 1 the foremost in the world's prog SlIlItlIY before Hnster at the Impressiveremoiiy O. 3WC.: Oar) cLn: ,
: of the blessing of the palms. USVILLE.10 rear of Robbins' Law OfficeJl'T.ORIDA..
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f'f'K''' EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 27, 1905


Mims. We make a specialty of

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EAST COAST NE"VS. : G. F. Paddlson, of Eau Gallic, was a Everybody shipping oranges
Tuesday K. A. Green returned from his trip to
pleasant visitor in town, INSURANCEand
: week FIRE
******************** M. A. Stewart went to Tltusvlllo, Jucksouvlllo, last

Wednesday, for a few days' visit. G. Nolle has bought and shipped the

Newsy Notes" Contributed bv Ou Regular : Horace Forsyth,of Eden, has accepted orange crop of P. W. Roberta
with F. P. Cobb. W. D. Donson Is recovering from his
Corns of East Const Correspondentsriense : position recent blood poisoning In his hand!,
the lower to give
Editor C. S. Emerson paid are prepared

.N..............- .- N.-- .-- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .- .-- .-- .-- .--.-- .-- .--.--.-- .--.-.-...... section of the county a visit Tuesday.E. visiting B. 'V. his Kyzor brothers, of Columbia here for a,few 8. weeks.C., la

E. Grimes, representing the Van
Deman Co. of Jacksonville, was visitIng A. M". Terwllllgar has a large force of
:r send all communications Eau Gallie. our merchants, Tuesday.Mr. men shipping his Immense crop of

nd Items for publication to "Editor, Ituell and family returned from oranges. PROPERTY OWNERS
"
DVOCATE, Tltusvllle\ Fla. their Hummer visit, Monday night We Albert Xollo, of Titusvlllo, was visitIng -
8ARAU f'. 1IODOSOV rmsrciAX AND SIIR- are glut to nee them back again bin patents several days, the first of
DKON. Eau (Jalll... Florida -
cannot guarantee to publls the week
::cWe Harry: Jennings nnd family, nccompanletl 11.\
that do not roach this otllco before returned fromthclr Chamborlln has been quite!
emS 1A.
The revival the M. E. church Is doing by Mrs. Saylor, Mrs
ion on Thurudaj good. trip north n few days ngo. 111 for several weeks, but Is slowly re-

Jack Ferguson Is painting the steamer Mr. and I Mrs. C. McCarty: left, Monday covering.
Will correspondents oblige us by CIIIIIU era 1. for Charlotte: N. C., to be present ut John Masby, of Shlloli U In Mlnu,,

riling the names of people and place The past week was a good one for the the wedding of their son, D. T. McCarty. I building a large p"ckillhOllse/ for Mil- the possible

H plainly as possible ? fishermen. The Rev Campbell Gray held services Cruder' ; Cooper.
Summer weather with showers for tho In St. Andrew's church, last :Sunday: : Ed. Mime, of Pino Grove, (tit' ., was a r at
past week. morning, when a large congregation was recent visitor. in Minis, visiting his best -i

Melbourne.ICHAKD The steamer Canaveral agalu toady; In__ ntteudimce.Mr. mother and sister 1 c v r-

for business .Sutton, who purchased "Linwood" Sunday school was re-organl/.ed last protection *c*:na*' \ the:

O. F. Pad dl son took arun to Titusvlll\ last spring from I". M. Hudson, was to Sunday, with !Mrs. Roberts an polutend'ent

( W. OOODE.-Real Estate, Nntaq in the Wynona this week. town, Tuesday, purchasing furniture for and twenty-four pupils)were enrolled.
t'uhllo and Cnnvevanoer. Runt! for Etna. Another will at Krad his new home. Miss
and Lomimmmi lobe. ,and !Hart. foraFire grocery; open Mrs. C. S. Ballon and daughter,
Liverpool Iimiiranoe Companies. Hpurlal' atte"Lon"aid ford's old stand on the corner. The announcement of the marriage of Blanche, arrived Minis last Saturday

to thelntereete ot non-roaldonta. Chad wick Bros. Fish Co. have moved Miss Ertz, of Detroit, Mich., to Mr.: I\w.: coming from Boston via. Clyde steamer
their plant south for the winter. renee It. Uonkort, was received thus weak Comancbe.
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, by friends. The bride Is well-known In the
::T finished moving
,be pink paper of the East Const will be Capt. J. 11. Andrews sailed for Tibbalson this part of tho county, having spent J. X. Kyzer has McCollough which he recently
for Will
house!
[ccelved at the Melbourne Postoillce. Sunday last, in his sloop Dixie. most of last winter here. Wa tender purchased from tho Brevard LOWEST RATESin

-- The first norther of the season this congratu latlons. County School: Board.

Mr. Roesch,of Eau Oallle was In town week, beginning on Saturday last. The Itev. Tompkles, held services In D. L. G.iulden, of Tltusvllle, Is pluco-.

uesday. The Misses Runner and McAllister are the Methodist church, last Sunday, and Ing n double roller sizor In his packinghouse
Chas. Ballou and family; drove up to domiciled at the Inn for the winter. quite a number were In attendance. In this week, and Dllkln1ldltlous/ in
bourne, from Tillman, Tuesday, In the evening special song service was his of oranges.Munroe .
H will 1new for handling; large: atop
Bennett place: gas
carriage. Capt. rendered, a number of ladies and gentlemen -
heir new engine In the launch Baby Rochester. taking part. The church was liloodworth has purchased

Mrs. S. B. Wbittacro, and grandson,, The '1'. J. Shave &: Co. turpentine crowded to its utmost capacity.A acres) of unimproved hammock for $:'J.!:ilami ( I AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I
after tbe summer in the near future to have
home enjoying
arrived works will begin operations this week. pleasant trip over to the ocean expects
fl'lendsln the North the famous Indian River oranges/ for
pith Mrs Harry Hodgson arrived from beach, last: Saturday night, was. enjoyedby starker
Mrs. R. A. Cockling of Tillman, vim> Oleau, X. Y., on Thursday of last week. a party of our young folks, comprising
in Melbourne last week visiting with the Mr. and 111..... Perkins, the Aliases Miss! It. N. Mlms has just harvested a & Walton
Mesdames Brown, ChafCee, Conktln and :Messrs.Chadwlck,Willis and Meadowsleft ; Emma Morgan Lillian Milton, Pearl lino crop tit high land rice averaging ol Morgan ,
ithers.Win.. for the Btaonyuo Bay region this last Stewart, Genie Hauls, Florence Brewer, bushels per acre. Tho Turnbull hammock
week. Grace 'axton, Rosa Maco nod Miss has untold wealth for the expert-
C. Barnes, manager of the beau- : Schuyler, Messrs.. Robinson Clyde Keller mentor Beans, tomatoes and potatoes FJ..oriCLa.:
citizens cleaning
if ill winter resort Casa Vbel, at Santbel We notice our tire tip t'\t.ov-5..J.J.o., _
M. Ilendilx dward' Cook, Will for the northern mar
M
'la. is visiting his relatives at Hotel their grounds and yards. Let the good are nearly really ,
work continue. Kuo, Tlioodoie Cook, Frank Stetson and kets. The gardeners nod truckers In

arleton. Roy F bor.____ Mlnm always have' sO1lcthlnfOI'/ home
MIr and Mrs. John It. Lee, of Chicago,, Mr. and Mis. W. R. Itoesch have re- UNO and the not'thorn eau'kern.

,ro expected on Friday to spend the turned from l'otoslVls.., whore they Don't Iton-ow Trouble. -------- The Walton
he winter In Melbourne, where they en- pent the summer.
It is a bud habit to borrow anything, Pelt of Triiulc leuuiiifr:;
last winter.
months
yod their four stay The Canaveral Club has a largo lighter but the norse thing can possibly of
you Simmons
those lines from J. II. ,
are
Mayor C. II. Stewart and It. {V, Goode In liodstono's yard almost completed. borrow, is l trouble. When sick, sore, Casey, la. Think what might have resulted L Ti Tiy
njoyed their visit; to Jacksonville, they It Is a staunch vessel. heavyweary and worn-out by the pains from hiM torilble cougli If ho had

oturned home Monday, and are glad O. A. Stewart of the county clerk's and poisons of dyspepsia. biliousness. not taken tho medicine about which huwrltos Self-Locking
hat they went to see "Our 'resident." office in TituMvillo Is having line launch Brlght'a disease, and similar Internal disorders : "I liiid a fearful cough; that <1Ut Y.N.0.neet

Mfr Redstone bas a large; force of men Itted out at Eau Uallln. don't sit down and brood over t til'bod my night's rest. 1 triad evury-
handsome your symptoms, but fly for relief to but nothing would relievo It, unlit
working on Hon. (>. !t. Lyon's taken already thing,
Our are being up
finished cottages Electric Bitters. Hero you will find took Dr. New Discovery for Tackle
louse, which 18 being:; rapidly by winter visitors. This week I King's
of nilyour
nx-ndy for the owners who expect to be sure and permanent forgetfulness Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which
will the first arrivals.
see troubles and body will not be "
Jiere in November.Mrs. your completely cured me. Instantly relives
Capt. Gee E. Andrews, ofTlbblLls,loft burdened by a load debt disease. At and permanently cures all throat und
Eleanor J. Ferguson, of Coving-' for' Palm leach on Sunday morning last Red Cross: l'harmacyLOo./ Guaranteed lung diseases; prevents grip and pneu
ion, Ky., a frequent visitor of years ago, In the fast launch Shadow. monla. At lied Cross 1'liarmacy: giuirintoed !
arrived last week and is now the welcome and il.OD. Trial bottle froo.
fiOc(
guest of her son, Mr. John Ferguon Several droves of hogs were noticed toEau Georgiana. ;
Gallic's environs last week. Those EVEN: A BABY
at Hotel Carleton.
,
Claude Edge; left for 1\fhLmllast Friday, laving gardens will take notice. Jimmie Tuttle has recovered sulllcle. Indianola.J. I I to go for n general line

*here be will open business in the Eliloto: The launch Eau lallie Is again\ in tho ly to return to his own home 111 the (". It'* boon cured by our
'o., Barrel! Factory on November 1Mrs. harbor Thin vessel Is used by tho I!:aHt Hlaulin house II
Edge and little son will visit hero Coast Canal &: Transportation Co. M. Jo'lel.laOlI wtfoof Snabroexe are U one of

nith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. W.oode. Get your sheets! and pillowcases born Dixon Mrs.wets ISonefeld calling and on<1 Mrs.Miss Itogero Wlnnifc allli visiting Field. their parents. Mr. and !Mrs. H. J., I I IIKST DIIUJ

; _____ from the laundry In good time, for the Mr. and Mrs White Friday afternoon ADS.
Ghost Party Is on Tuesday evening nail Raymond Sanders, of Suranton, Pa..,,
Vre.sldeiitial Election will malt! .1. W. limner, Mrs. Bohnofeld, MIND arrived Saturday:\ and I in getting tint ilUuiiHUH tend our
no change The [esars. LnRorhe, of Courten) \Vlunlfred Dixon, Fri ia Elrlch and wilt house In readiness for tho coming: of the la the
them. Ours
were lore, on Saturday last, procurloll were calling, at Dr. Wlttfeld's, ISuoday family In the early part of November
which candidate Is elected the E. C. 1,. &
No matter orange box material from afternoon. bust stocked and most
a-'oley's Honey and Tar will remain flu &. Co. Mr. and Mr*. Macdonald, acoompunl ,
people's favorite remedy for coughs,colds Carl Wlttfeld l left Sunday: for Cuba, by Mrs. Macdonald, niece and her hits store on the East Const.
tnd incipient consumption. It 'ure What is the matter with cleaning up with Mr. McColloch, who has u large band a young married couple, arrived
colds quickly and prevents pneumonia tbe brush and undergrowth. on You,;{ plantation there of pine apples, bananas,, Moutiay. We are very glad to ice our of UH.
of
!.\. J. Nusbaum, Batesville" Ind., writes: street, the principal residential street sugarcane etc They expect to bo gone people returning FINKCIOAUS.
"I guttered for three months with a se the town!? two or three month. OUR
Mrs. J. N. Feaster and daughter, r.IrI.
We cold. A druggist prepared me some Capt. Bennett's houseboat Itncbos Uncle and Auntie Hughes; Mrs. A L. T. W Anderson, two childien and two vII Pharmacy
and physician prescribed fpue Is ready for the coming season's bust I ,
piedlctne Bruner and daughter Miss Beth; were maids, arrived Tuesday, on a few ,IILYIIvisit ;
yet I did not Improve. I then tried"oley's ness The Captain has spared no work calling on Mrs. Munson, Ira CIImhorKIInd with their daughter and sister.. ]Mr , FLORIDA
Honey" and Tar and eight doses. in the Acting up. wife, !Mrs Kogpro, Mr. and MiWhite ,. S. J. Field )lr... Feaster and her dang, / -- -
'ured rue. bold by lied Crossl'harmacy.Rockledge. Services in St. Joln'sEpiscopal church and Mr. and Mis. J, B. Bower ter worm formely of Tltusvlllo, but are

Young street, on Sunday, the 2!Ilth 10Rt. and daughter, Miss Hattie, Friday Revs John W. Walker will read the I let- last week --- -- -- .

sons. All Invited and seats free. Mr. Lockhart, of Rock ledge: carne A 1'rolbloett'I'rnlnntrro. :, INDIAN IUVEK, FLA.
Cards are out, for a grand sheet and, over with Mr. Bower and family 'rhurs--
Don't this cool air feel gaud pillow case ball at the Inn hall on AIIlallow'Oen day, and enjoyed the (lOUi annher..rydloner The many friends of U. 11. Mansa,, r Marine Railway

J, 3. Coats was at Banyan, on SatuUy The patronesses are Met after which the young I'eople.Mr. ,. living Engineer: : in L.Lima K.W:, U. will K. H.be, at pleased present I to and Ship ChandlerSpecial
I dames Paddison, Christian and Taylor and Mrs Harvey Bower, MissIIatt
and Mr. Lockhart, took a drive Soul know of bin recovery from throlteoellkidney Facilities..
Oeo. E. Andrew, of Tibbies, arrlvel disease; He : "I was cured
Miss Mamie Hardee was visiting IlIlIs ilK tar as Peter Wlttfelds, to see bill tint say
''ornelh Magruder, on baturday. at Eau Ualllo, on Saturday last, In I hili pine apple Held. by using Koley's Kidney Cure, which I II I I In Out, Storing and Kepalrlng
new fast launch Shadow, en route to bls recommend to nil, especially to trainmen II I i t and Launches.
I J. .1 White has rented his cottage No Tibbals homo The new vessel Is a Slyer, Rev. J. II, White and wife celebrate who are usually similarly allllctod." Sol! I I I '
Ito: A Mr Curtis from North })akota. the sixtieth anniversary of their marry I by Hed Cro4 Pharmacy. ,I' ofiee.'J AnvnoATB when writing

| E, E. liauck has his studio opened The building on Oallle the north point burned entrance age, Oct 19, 11)03.\ ;:; It was a quiet ("mllyalfalr. -- ------ --- I'' I'l I
to the Eau; river was i !
only for both In-doorand out-door work. to the ground early .Sunday, morning last four generation being seated at WHY USE OLD STYLE\ : BLOCK-! l ll!
the table. Tbelr daughter, Mrs. J. 1 n. I4 I4t JCitching
Self-Lock I
of bulldli when can buy tbe best ,'
] 1V\ Douglas Is busy rocking Rock Insurance $300;:; Value Dower and family, moved over front Ing Tackle you Block at nearly the sum ,I'l :' t tI
Quile| avenue It will look nice when about (12,001). Kockledge, to their home Just south uf price. Now In use in the United t I, ( (i ,I I -Dealer In-
[completed. A fleet of boats, en route to Miami Mr. White's, that day, and prepared an status Army and Navy Department.
STATIONERY CIGARS
W J. Duncan, a prominent com ml From Jacksonville, stopped at Eau Gall elegant dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Examine them itt the AnvoOATKOfllceTltusvllle. : ,
Ion man of New York, I III looking over on Saturday last The vessels are part Dower from Cocoa, and Mr. and Mrs. Candle, Fancy China
he orange here.Misa .if the mackerel fleet of the Fla. Fish .t DeVeaux: Bams and little daughter, May: ; I* claimed! to be tho Finest Drinks
crop Produce Co. from Courtney, were the other member WANTKf>-IY| CIIICAIJO MANirKACrrrilNil ; Block In the World, ', see It In ) Temperance brand of clears delivered
\ L. M. P wo has. rented her (floe of the family present. Mr. and Mn. |> .' n of twortlnimii. *nionmwhat It.
lOttage to Mr. Eby. We are pleased to Capt. J. II. Andrews of Tibbals, spei White received several nice presents. one ,: rantll"r;; with Inrsl rrit4iry as anUumt ThoiiaamU of them In line t1roll tJ.'J.l per box of 60:

have I such good neighbors.Mis. the week Dixie.In Eau The Gal Jolly He's Captain harbor In Is the always deserves especial mention, It Is a large I).. I'ffrinaiiMiic In lirauuli,ullli'D.a.idon.Balury. >o tl Inventinnnt I* .pniil w...rn kr. -. I I, the North. Head testimonials Key West Smokers, Preens,
sloop C'ubnnai I'olialski.
J. E. Bettler returned from her and very handsome silver berry spoon Honed 1'revloim Dxjxirlanra not cssenllul. uiiKaiclnit. hone who use them. ,
has
trip' and a welcome visitor, and many from Mrs. Averlal, of Madison, WIs.IMun .. Aililrons, 'fblsloa'lholrlllll"lock I III 1011.1" 50c. ; Hand Made Palmetto
to
Malabar, on Monday, report friends In this town. Aliiuaicvr liraiiotiiis, Como Illonk,C'lilnagn.:
lier mother as very weak and nervous. oua shapes. and sizes, of WOOD! Hats, J.'jo.
No storm signals; have been hoisted at to Get ICIcli nN/K' Will work equally KLOKIDA.
)Ir, and Mrs. E. A. IIartwell left Eau Gallie this) season. ,Ho far, only! with rope, rhaln, or wire rope. *
Door -
---- ---- ----
'blca o, Wednesday, for tbelr bean. warning have been received this fall, are often frustrated by sudden break Will work at any l height| upside
tiful winter home here. We will\ all be anti now the chronic kicker want a down, due to dyspepsia constipation. horizontally, or at any angle, ANHEUSER BUSGH
i'leased to see them again. atorm made to order. Brace up and take Dr. King' New Life< top and lock at any pulPt.i .
; !I'llls. They take out the materials which and Invaluable for kind of
Miss Tenle Singleton will Instruct the Seabrla Jones and family will rove to ,i every
Valkarla children this fall and winter he Narrows for tbe winter months. are clogging your energies, and give yen where' a block I III ,Deeded 1 lre'lu Brewing Asso's.Fu"uus ,
This is Miss Tenle'a first term, and we tolr. Jones owns some valuable truck a new start. Cure heaJcbe and dlzzi ilt the labor of one man or more.
cells too. At Red Cross) Pharmacy Vie.; like It for hanging or .
hope she will make a successful teacher. mil in tbe Narrows, and will make a guarautue.I; ), ; 'lY indow lOll Nothing wire : 8t. LouU Ken sad Boa.
of ,I
Ralph Magruder leaves on Saturday: winter crop vegetables.Capt. All block fitted with the tInt beer
for Oak 11111, where be will make his A. J. Uotfero.; of Georl'Iaoand/ : .
home with hill uncle, Lawson Magruder owner of tbe Indian River passenger and LAND FOR HALE, St. Lucle and Dad. frames WALTOK-VraCoN HOI.MCH BKAHI Mold t>r M.esre ". A.Ixwtejr' and

This bright; little lad will be very much freight line, bas ranted a floe residence counties. Description of landv..t Address all communications. to R. L. MorawTltu.vlll.lla.N .
missed by his friends hete. on fch street and will move his family L| of northeast J.& and west.!!. of south' ,Mr. R. f. Motlow.Cooo "Ia.

Mr and Mr*. Baldwin arrived here, here for the winter. We extend a welcome east >r, sec. 10, town ljl|" 'U: range 81', ri e t
'to + Block
Kogero and family. I Walton/ Self-Locking JOSEPH ZAPF & CO.
Wednesday week, accompanied by Mr. to Capt. lilt 2i>-KJ() acre's,St. Lucia county. ,
Mary bcott and Sophia Baldwin Mr. Mrs. Albertlno Tjeutler b.* met witha We.t't\ of northwest X and west Ji
Baldwin I la very much Improved U great loss in the death of br sister,, Are a source of ever last In/ trouble Ifthey (locorpor ted); Sole Distributors
.
health of lIOutb".ti sec. 35; township :'J'2 J ,
,
and he was. ,
Is a*jolly as ever AIrIi. Augusta Ivoenig, of Chicago Itwas fltce nod Wareroom, 401 I Atlantic
wltb this lady hi r.. Treutler spent range 3D, 1
The Orlifiial. this summer Mr. Koenlg wa III whet Northeast, V. of southeast 3-., seo. 3, machinery for making them, BO.-irON, MASS!
Irs. 'rentier left for her southern borne township W: south, range 41 east;
Foley & Co. Chicago,originated Hone I and make them right. We mak them OWNERS OK TUB: (.' : JACKSONVILLE FLA.
*od throat aDd Mr. Albertine Treutler Is eapp.ctloll: close to 0. K. Wood'. pineapple plan
Tar a* a and lung remedy, -- --
and then b.made .
: better they can
'>n account of the great merit aotl'popu- daily her niece, Miss. Ellxibeth Hoenlg,. tation on St. Lucle river; -JO acre, cheaper WALTOMINTON ROLLER
laxity of Foley' Honey and Tar many from I.lgnllz iermany. ThU young Dad county. I by band. COLLEGE

Imitation. are offered for the genuine' lad1sall d from Hamburg leave for New there York Also the northeast4: of northeast' Sample Block can bo Keen at th E 0 I C Itl E ?::Q"f'1: .
and will or ,
Ask: for Foley'. Honey and Tar and refuse 011 the 17th I Inllt., VATK: office, Tltu vlllent the *t>
arrival via. all rail direct for K-iu Gallic.MI. 34, 1IeC. 18, township 34 south, range 4s a' aye e MIOICIIH, OIlTtlRICI
any substitute offered as no other H. B. Kubbard A <.!.>.. and K.: O. f. in lUHCHf.
preparation will give she same natUfac.on. : .. Hixmlg I I. the daughter: Mrsrautler' 41 east; tin south fork of St. Lucia &I: Co.. Jacksonville, Via. Call $ ; o ocmniM sad f"*IMACI.

-" It U mildly laxative. It contain andsllcate ' borne* brother with Mr and. TrautUr she will for m"kllbar tin river; 40 acre, Dada county. i EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. tbe..e block working L..rorl.,.<4 lal .....Hoipllal...". IMCkiilf.end DI..A_ '
"OopUte and Is children
safe for
h CIIAS. II. WALTOX Tltosvllla. .. ..
the will be met at Jacksonville Apply > .. Hire record beta*lieu.Bo rd
Pharmacy.person, bold by Red Truss by iture.Mr. Robt. Meo.el. Fla. I EAT OALLIK, VI.A. JOB PRINTING, done at this rvtlnyn. !M wrie! THH PHOCTOH,



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OCTOBER I 27, 1905.
ADVOCATE
EAST COAST ----


6 Florida East Coast Railway


IN HOG LOTS. SUMMER AND FALL CROPS.


I Wlrr fpnrlnir" ThJn." That Mar Sllll!' n.. Done In the Corrected
Portalil Cheap* l'iie Woven far Hmnll Vuril. War of IMnnUnir. Local Time Card No. 62. to Sept.: Mt ,

Ty: JIOBKKT 3. SHAW, Mk'Ultfan expcrI Summer and full crops are becomIng

I mi'ia utiitlun.In more uuioerout and more valuable SOUTH.BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BQUHu t) ,,(,?? J'No. ,
economic method of.vvJue
pui'siiluif / and deserve more attention .., ,.. :::::
every your "
K
.. iiml foriinoropn
mturo So. STATIONS
.. IIUH|>U utlry i 99
In the way of thor U..I1\ '"
c'Snoullul I throughout thi ItIrenteMt from the farmers 1

are poMnllilc portion of tlio your. ough preparation and\ cultivation. If I Of) 0 40 .................J..ck..nvIl1A.. ................ Ar 7 '''' 1 1I
should! bo>> plowed P II 48 A" ..............11<.. JlWk.nnvIUo.............. Lv 8.oJ 1
Continuous pasturing IIlId foniKlug byliojT your soil N dry It 01 I' 10 '" R" ...............St. AUJlU"tlllt> ............... t, i.,". I
lui'Boly (li'j -inlcut on u mid-en- deop and made very fine with the 8 8 15 DS P U 3.1 .. .. ....................11..11"11...................... .... \ ,
nro Tills very matter P .. ............... E.... ..!!'I.lk.. ............... a, :
alon of UIPKO I wo rlusui' of crops. harrow. This: !l'i proper no

fat would Ht-eni lo ruqiilre cltlior a \v hat the crop to follow may be. 'WhenIho o 0\ lg: J It ::::::::::::;:::::::: ::: :::.::::::::::::::::: ;i ,\:: I ::

number of Hinall lots or oun IIITKC onoby finishes the harrow- Toii"V Ar ..............._...iLDJlf lt,...................... Lv, I" 1 :
foures or InirPortable breaking plow IIII a Lv ..................SIl' .2I.t...................... Ar,_" ', ; ::
!.
ffublllvhlc.1 1 portublo lug plow, ohould be right there. This C '1/11).}/ -1 .8J P Lv..................... N"'II" ..................... l.v a :.7 I'II ...
I' .. .................. 3. .
dlp.M. ..
In the summertime 41 .................. Blln"elloa 1
: a I' ..
Is tho moru necessary 0:1 P .. ................... al1:
oormtrwtpil of Httlitlumbor 1:111.' .....................Dullont. i
: -
feuco SIO I' ..
bociiuse tho Lot sunshine Is: ready 0\ I' .. .. .. ........ Ormond .................... ,''I" I I
tiuvu IHM-U commonly int'il; Intlio 8 41 p I 8U I' .. ....m..................D..yco."'..................... .. a II"" I'' :;
IItlrre liS I P ..
thin material In no 1 longerprnctlcnldo < ; to make clods of all the clay 0\ 8 04 I' I Dl t. .................Porc ornnllo................. .. J :." 1 4 .,
but II P
past I' .................... '"
condition. harrowing should bn repented II III Ar .................New "my_:! I -
under Kcnonil ( And thu U ready C 10 1 a_a" I' Ar ..................LI.k..Hili..".................. L,' I .[, "I
bo uiiulu by inciiuof few duys until the crop : "
Division of )lots woven ciin wlro fctico mini, every be hllltotl. ThU Is tin? particular '(:j gg: : n f :: ::::::::: ;:;.;; : ; in;; ::::::::: :: -r-::, !. "

a porlnMH roils lo }) ... I L" .... ............New-tlmyrn.- .................. Lv II u I" \ .
an followM: Sot n row of poxts two kind of work to which Sir Jothro Tull t- II 81 I' II P .. ...................O..k 11111..M........... .. 1 r, II :.1
of the portublu 1000 P 1111 P ... Tltullvll10 .................. .. 1 Up"C
apart for the xuppnrt referred when ha said, "Tillage U manure. 19 8\J"\ 8 89 lor ... ........... :/I Io
xhowii n e01l1 1'1 VII lice of the sunshine .. =:= Ar .................... B..nforll.. ................... Lv lU 00-" "
The tltftiro
fence. ." lIoll't he a f raid II 00 .................... lor... .
of a portal ............ 10 01' .. L. .................... S..nforel 0
levUeil, for I lie attachment ; Bimxhlne Is the llfo of the soil. iiiiVaa 'P Lv................. TltIlIlV\U"\ .................. Lv.. lll I' :
>le woven wire fence ut the cmlM., Two All corn\ Hiubble and grass should be Sailings . 1118 Oil J> .. .......................OooO..M.. .. 1 U II I
Tri-Weekly p .. ................. I 80
cleiitdl toKotlivr at both top an< advice of a . II 13" ...._........... RockleIlJle. .. i't1 "
posts under.. This H tho 11 P .. U I. I"
turned ..................E..u O..llIo..M.
four Inchen npart are set following Ot": 41 P .. ................. .. 11 4' 1\ 1 "I
about which tlio .
bottom <> In ._............ .MelbOurno.
h"I'1oXl'1111111& 14
Hunt YORK. 1111. P ..
and NEW U n ., ...... ...... U O "I I :.I
pitch mil. JACKSONVILLE .... ......... "".b..ell..n .MM. -
''i. In line with the fence ut HUtWHtlons, are also made: BETWEEN 111 01.. II 81 II P .. ......M................8t. Luc...'.................... .... ]0 I J '. 1C -.
8 P
If tlio woven wlro In Btiiplml to the 1'otatoen. 1 89 a ., ..................1I'0.t' Fleroe.................. 1111'0., I :
to bolil 1t Iliofcnro Mr..n.l (.'r..p Irlwh at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 1 III a 8 411 P .. .... ........... TI hb..IB .................... .. 9 au :/I
OR ..
' end pouts firmly enough For second crop Irish potatoes good Calling II 111 a. 'J I' .. .....M.._.............. E..en.. ...................... 9 211" L1
: dumtiKoil, In withdrawing ;::: :/jI. 'J 111 I' .. ....._.......... .. II I 1\ 1 '. K
J' will be badly follows, Hay oft Service ....._............ J n..n. )
: 111 .
,: t' to remove It, BOt'w way to plant ls as rhe Finest Steamships in the Coastwise R a 'JIS\ p .. ..................... 8tu..rC ..................... .. II 11 I ')I
P
staples
: : W the rows two feet wltli plow, run second? 8 2 1114 89.a 'J ft6 P .. ................ Uobe tloun.1. ................ S U 11 II. Cs
u
.. r \ 1 ,. !t: furrown In those, drop tho potatoes' lithe The fMvrin Now England and ;Southern;:; -...--. C : : = t :: .:::;::::::w. :ti..t P ''.; b:::::::::::: :: : ;; !'; :

1I button) of UICHO furrows and (cove .. .................... oynton .................... ... 'I 2,. .. 1 I Brf
Direct bervtce Between 4 8 I lS P .. .................... 'J 10 ..
......
.. Delroy.
\ r furrows. After ............. ..
with two V liS P
: t4" j\\ with subsoller and all Eastern Points n A .. ..._........!'ort L..ull..rcl..le. ........... 8 U.. C.M
; th4! plnnts' : liuve come up, thoi Jacksonville Boston Providence 81 a 1021 1080 t> .. ............ ....... D..n I.. ..................... .... II III" 'I''
I'
6
:::: a .. ................. II M" 7 II
''It have allY ............._.DaU.o."le. '
: ..
.. t 'I break out the fldgu. If you (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) :2 118 10 n 01 p .. ................. Lomon (1\ty\ -............... II 4 "i 7 J"" .
,! woods" rukIngs ; 116 a 11 P .................... Lv II 7D
t or 1'1I"6 .
\ I. I kind of courso manure 8KMI-WEEKLY: SAILINGS: : Hoato "\ 1118 I' Ar ..................... MI"mt
'I'd
'r. of tho potato I ... . .. .. . ... . . . ... ... ... .. ..... .from Lewis Wharf _
\ tl" J i iI Kcntter on top! Southbound.... ..... .. ... ..... of Catherine Btroet, JaoknonTtlClyde 1 "
I f P I before covering. This method will propare Northbound.. .. . . .. .. ... .. .... . .. .....-.. ..from toot ; I., JlO1\IESTEAI) XTESSIOS bUll.1.

L1 : t " tlm l.-nid cheaper and cultlvati Line.Deltary Sun. -

I' the with fewer furrows than an:)' St. Johns Hiver -. Lv ........._.........lIl1nml..................... lor ........... 8,10".
crop) .....
II 00. .M. ........... Lv.......... 1 III
._
wt have Hit-u tried ).('t. Any time from ( Line.) 1080 .. ............ Ar ..................Bom. w..c1. I

!i the hist: of July to the first !part of AngUHt JACKSONV1LLK AND SANFORD. ==
BETWEEN
,/ll', : "j."/<1 J Is good. for planting. StoppInK at Palatka A.tor: St. Francis, Haresrnrd(UnLand), and intermediate landing N... 23 N... 1 Nn. 10 N..1T 1).11,. (A YPOnT IlnA.Nt1l1 No.1" S... 20c'j :-I..II.. n
) 1).lIy
John's River. :::: !
'f.d 1'. ; For llatnhmrnH.Kor on tbe St. Dally ;
c'j r : :
r ;
'
tf ; ; .
JACKSONVILLE
{ the mnmmIf OF : -
,' 1- t rutiiliiigas/ npreud on STEAMERS "CITY -
\ J, j Ii I., I, stable break tin! Loave JIUky..ovlll... Runt"'Y.. Tuc.I..ys, al\ll Thur.tlilYsat - 8 O" I.V' .......l..k.onvl/h./ ........ lor 'J 411 n n 30 J I -
Ii( ,I ' ', ,t you have manure lit aptJlJlntel1 to lillIa/ rolltwlt' UllUye. W..nuell..ye8i 2 00 P 10 10 a 8 00 r> ....Bo. J..ok..n.IIIe_. Lv 1 87 U 2 J'
{' .I ;1 1.1" 1. land and bod Hat bods. ; harrow and! relinrrovv 3:30: I" 01. Rut al '.l.I ell .Jr;:: : II OS I' 10 111 18 OS I' 8 8 1111." a Ar.. ........P..bl.. D""cb,....... u 1 M a II o '\ .
II 40 > 10 110.. 8 40 I' .. ... .. 1 110.. u" I 10
t ..
\ r dLe..ve ......Atlantlo IIp..ch. -
> pulverlKPd. \
/
; thoroughly 0'
I. ; jl ; until the Moll H: SCHEDULE. : :: II 411 I'' 10 1111 a ", 4111'00 9 9 20 a" .. .......... Mayport..._.... .. II 40 II ao a W
I will hiirrowlnf a 00 p II 10 a P
I ::. In no crop t :: , . . ... ... .. .. .. .. Anlve MI i ,
.
WIllE VEKCK; pay better. Ihe drag Is' perhaps the 3311110 111. . .. ... .... .. .. . . Jaekoonvllle... . .. ... ... . .. .. .. Iell'o II ro I>. Ill.IAJave .
i xan:: roars ron POUTAIII.B tbo hlll'rott) flnNli off tliU! T..ve. II 4/1/ I" Ill. .. .. .... .. .. . .. . ..1'.latk.. . . .... .. .... . .. IAJIIVO 'J 3f 1..10. AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT MOT.
nil
t bo JpMtroypd. In order best of 300 a. m. .. .. . . ... .. ... .. . .. A8tOr . . .. . . ... . .. .. J..IIVO 2 110 p. IIILe..ve PENINSULAR
that It woulil noon j Job with. Then mark olT the row 4 30 a. m. ... .. . . . .. . . .. Rt.o'rau'ls . . . .. .. . .. .... Leave I 00 p. m.Arrivi .
thU rtllHoiilty wo l>olt 1..llve ... .. ....... . ..Here.lur,1 (lIol.lInl) .. . .. .. J..llv.. 980 ... .111.II' S. For
to overrornQ tho font of ti! < Iron plow stock 01 . .. . Rmr..re\. .. . ... Miami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. Company
4 liu'h oak on tlio with 830.... m. .. .... ..... .. .. Close Connection Made at

two fence pieces clnnipM In till of one form 1 by on, of pnch clnnipH nlilo, of iilucliactheHo un upright with tln-'e H xinall from/ .Kilo tlie!:, middle and\ sow of the July 81'1.,1IIIIY to i itlie I '; ;: ' ' ;Ti t ';; e: 2'2 'w:'g '5 i:': s : ;l:: HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

with n
'' of .\ 1eu..t.1o'Inlllh. Fla. --
_lIt h \ St..Jack..nvllle.
wire to prevent 8lli>plntf of the ., Anst.Oen. faun. Att. UlVrnt: Buy JaoksoaTllle\ '
Holl close to the ..M. IRONMONGER r-OVKI;: Suiierintsailent ..
roller, pressing' tin i .Tacknonvllle. (1. P. which trains. may hn expiMitoil to .rr"C mi utv
lateral. Thin N' then drawn through roller an W.( a.COOl'KIl;: Jr., Ixxml.Frt. Apt.; H" ",, St..Jacksonville, Kla. York Those Tlmo Tables ehow thA times At at the tlmtm fttntml 1> ,..orollll't4'
bntter boot departure
:New or
arrival
Irivo no ,
end, anilblockod need. If j-oii : rLYl K M1LXB Oen. Krt. At.|:: from the several stations, but their arlnlnu tlietdMPor
between tlio two iiuHtn ut ono> old barrel will ilo quite( well and cau k.O. HAOERTY!: Oon'l Kanfn I'lwu.. Aitt., New YorK WM. H CLY1>K A fj".. General Agent nor la this Company to be held reaponalble tor any delays or any; oouaequouutia ._
A wire stretch lanernl Ma.UMter. New York.
4 KUKIl.: 1'ark -
by 2 liy plures. amount of work TIIKO. O. ID State St., Oppiulta llattery
the other end, tliofrnco be 1111111.<. to do a grout Cheaebrough) llulhllun! Fla.
HttiioheiJ to Tltiixville.
er N tlu'U end drawn In tln.. luirxls of a sensible laborer.: C. H. AVALTOy. Agent, of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
the .
--- Copy
-
tight -
11
-
-
In pull up ',..lIow"II'll'l1eK, ni the! .---'- .-- --- -- - "' -
the -
nmlcIumpH Use: only ) --- --- -- "
through:: between the end twists for cat THE TICKET AGENT.
worth raising SEE
heretofore white are hnrdly

described.!! n nd The blocks stretrher used an can then be tle. As noon as the little cahbago It'nt( Line R'y. Gen'l! Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Blacked. back\ and removed.Tho 1'1 l well formod. about the nl/o: of n hoedpromptly. flvewnt Atlantic Coast J. D. RAHNER Asst.

wire fem-o U held In an uprightpoHltlnu piece, the turnips, should be schedule figures for the Mayport[ Branch sdrueHtead

the lutermcdlnte pouts ThH' I H n very Important Effective June 3,1(10.;>. The changed uumlonil
aKnlimt: has been
/ In some nnd imist be attendexl to no mutter from Florl a. Coach Excursion tickets Extension an hhown on above time-table
by stupleit only partly driven. .tcp The Great Through Car Line > and Mayport, a ml tin service

cases It may bt nwefiiiry to pin the how !busy you ur<>. Cultivate re- on sale 'l'uest1I\YII and Thursdays In November.TO trains being put Into B"I vice between Jacksonville train a day each way leavin)

fence down between the posts. Occasionally oatedly, with the dust board followng. between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one MUnn ,'v, m.

will occur In the prrounil mid you Hlmll" not be disappointed THIS T3AST. retnrulug leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving
and ,
sags thence Miami 8 a. ra., ocKei Mm*
where pins would be lifted by the tension ivllli your turnip crop. If you bnve Over Its own rails to Savannah:\ Charleston, Richmond road. and Washington, For correct schedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. tty., or for i>

of the wire. In ftuch! cnscs wrnp nnbort 10 stable! manure: then use' commcrlnl via the Pennsylvania Hall A.

piece of wlro around, n rock bury fovtlll'/.or: freely, for tnnilps' pay card addrena the A. O. P. . -. -:;

fence and fasten! 1'bcrnl feei'.lnjs: : TO TIII3 'VI ST. ------- -- -' "' --- -- -
thin underneath the ror : ( The Mobile A Ohio R. R. --'-'

tho bottom Htranci of the fence down i'be Louisville\ & Nashville via Montgomery.
nbove thoKronnd Tu Cure n Co hi in One Day Railway
to tho wires which project Southern

from tho rock. For portablo Take J.AXA TlVIC KIIOMO QUININK Tab- TO TllK 13AST VIA STHAMSHIl' Bos
/
Inch wov- relunrt the money If li'ails for New York, Phlladeldhla
Company
have used thirty leta DruggUts Steamship
fencing wo Savannah and Ocean Baltimore. Via Sa-
Vln and
Orovo's slgnatunn
to euro. tt.: W. Steamer\ to New Yoik Washington MAY IISIIMiJ. _
Norfolk BaltlTO EFFECTIVE
for -
Via
each) box. 2.;>o. lied Cross TharraaoyI'Vnll ton. and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company --,:::: XuJIXo.
vnanah
AXUWEBT.I.v
more and riiiladelphta. Kiuot. No. 3t I o. 20I.v NORTH '
Tralny *
!mnicern off Tailny.Fnill I Two Ve.Ubule .Jacksonville. Fla.. . ItL.JMUp.U.

norm Iswpot .J..k..nvUlo. ... . SoltyI\ lOll 1 ... ...... .... ".3At ,
your *
Flnnorn of today 1CKY WEST ANI> HAVANA. I.v Je.n\\>...... .. . .. .. . ... .... .... II oil''" 1U fIIIl'l Macon IU..... . .... . 'nAr
; .. . ... 12f'p n .
'MAr
... ... .
Company.
Steamship 8av..nnllh. ,(la
Hint .. r,>p< nt Tenlnsular A Occidental Lv . .. .. (I filiI' 1141IIaAr At'antiL : :: :: .
The words y Via Ar ( ..Iumbl.... . .. . .. .. Homo, On :: : : : j,
Are coni" (>t3', muklnic mufito ns they piuiflFiilnt (.barlnt....... .. .... . .. .. 10 lilii' "fill. Ualton, (la. ... .... . IISIAr
Ar
II" thu ,.tiiKln IIRubbO'e1 \"" Jacksonville for all Points Ar Oreenbnro. ... .. . ... . .. .. .. I W.. 12 DII'Ar Chattanooga. Tenn. .. -
by a molati. ,,'" flnsor: rountl and Connection Made at 1I..nvlll.. ... .... . .. .... ::12110 21"pfRl Ar I-nxintittni, Ky; -2Ar
round hmn".1 ... ... .... .. .. .. -8 liP" :2j, Clnclnoutl.o i ::: :: :.:: ." '-ji

of mn Clrclns the I'lm < MIL.KAQI3 ArLynchbur\l: .. .. I. t;
\ . .. .. .. (i I... II 1111Ar > 111 . .... .. .._
policnnnt cry. nut yenterday miles of among the prlncl C'h..rlnttpavllle. :. .... , :
thin
A yet tickets good over 13,000 .. .. .. 0 III''" 1111I'1'A .. .. 1'1llIe' 'JJAt
manllor. WilY, Intorcbangeable mileage: WlUlhlnJrton . ..... . .. .. . :
Men innK 11 nalo by the principal agents. .. ... .... U 311... 11 21pAr .. .. .
rhorUn of strength from the southern states nro on r 1<..ltllllnre .. .. Chinaco* IH. **_* _ r
plucklnit roijgh pal railroads la of the A. C. L., or write W"at 1'llIlowell'hla... . .. .". .. I 4r.1' 2 sr'I'Ar :..'..".. .. . ''IM: ? S
apply to agents Clnoi m..tl. 0.
lyres too niilo For reservation's and Information New York . . .. .. I! I.v /Ill .. . .. ...- 21", i.rv

Pass.
Trav. Agt
lubduodny STARK Ar Chicago.\: '
bo
D. :
Ever to W. \1"
------n
P. A t. .T 3A
ss. .: .
of the ROYI.STOSDIRt. . .
this light tlnkllnn harmony FRANK: C. JACKSONVILLE: FLA. .34-"New Vork and Florlila Exprem. ciKinn7rtiir 0 '
Bulldinff
West >\yl\t.:\ Astor r wlni KoomSlrepirg Car 1'oit Toledo, u atAr
hour. US: CRAIG Oen'l. Pass. Agent.VVILMINOTON. Dully rullman >r : r Iicil'I
W. J. York.
New ,*
Traffic Mann er. anil Jiiuknonvllla, to Detroit
Awnko uwake to power.Slngurs H., M. EMERSON: N. C. Tampa Llmltcil." .. .. ... l-il-n"
Far better anil Florliln Cinolnnatl,O '
die I
else "Wanlilnnton' LT
"" No. .
of Bonus .. -
SleopInK' Car, ... ...
--- -- --- Ir..wln\l. Itoiiiu Arl.ltfahurlt.Pa.l
:
---- \ '
mute .. .- - --- -- --' --- Dully Pullman .. . '". K
.
lute. .. -.- -- ---- - -' Jicksonvillo to:New York. ErCiiioinnatl: O.V.T;.
etnuanilnte -- ---
the .
"NVoro chirping on, ". "I..v..IIIII.I.l o ... .. JIlt
Far better Mlent than thus <> Fl.I> Through "THE LAND OF TUB/ SKY" |, No.. 30villa. rvTexlii.ton; hy. -- "I" ,i wAr ,
An echo of things (roiio SE.A.I3 .. .. . . ja:
done down forever with all those mlnhtyheurtn I.v JIlCk8m Ha. :: --B: : Y-T ii i iLV l-onlnvllle St. Lon III.,Mo.Hy. . .... .. --
Bavannnli. ... .. .... ... .. .. . " 12: ISa Ar"' 451
%Vho brook no counterpart*! AIR LINE RAILWAY. Ar Columbia,8. Coo. . ... . .. . " 6 ooaI Ar Knnltiton, Ala Ala, . .". f n ilflArMemplulI.1onn.
Dodd In September Century. AfhevlllHn.O.. .... .. .. . . (Kip Ar Hlrinlnctmm .. .... .. .. '" ..MAr
cnitAp AND i>niiAnt-u FENCE.en -L Wilson Ar ArHot>rlnlt N. C.... .... . .. i 37pS : ., ] ... . . .
.IlKCltY.l\I. ,111
IMIp
wire which dooms to bo high I -- - FOR- ArUmlavtlleArHt.lxiulii ArKnoxvllla.Tenn: ':.'. .::: :::: ::::: ., 8 Boa >l ..mpiri rTenn ,ISo. St

enough. A fitrand, of barbed wire afford SOUTHERN TINES RICHMOND, .. .. ..... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 Wlp Hot .Sprlntrn.. Ark:::: :: :
rpwtrnlnt when placed Better SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA, CAMDKN Ar Cincinnati O. . .. ..oo. . .. .. Q.C: 8 lr 4Nn. Llmlteil. onl'
effecthn THe PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, : 13-"Th Floriila' J j&ventlliule
BALTIMORE anilIhilTut thronitli (l..y '" v'V il
xiuderneath woven wire fence. WASHINGTON, an-Daily" Piillinnn Drawlnir Ilnom CaJaiktonvllli' f n-mn I '
of cheap, durable nud Hleopinir Car between Jacksonville anilClnrtnnatl. man Bleepln" *I I'tIN.
Mho question Unoni l"KJpw
Urawlnir !
... Pullman
Way 13-
"
Iil'rVICOIILle1I'Ing\ for tho small yard* Elegant Trains Dally between Jackgonvllle\ lUriiilnuhai'
. Two Bpiln -
adjacent to tho plKgory/ U Important Es."I1..nt Dining Cnr Service Kaunas. City and Colorado --

A tight board fence probably makes tissues of the throat are Seaboard Mail.
*. The Seaboard Express, JACKSONVILLE
tho most perfect one for turning hop ARItlVALS' AT *

\\o have attempted! to make a suitable inflamed and irritated ; you From New York Washington. etc-No.: -Washington and Florida Exprens'LImlteil': : -J':

substitute. The fences forming our cough and there is more irrita- PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. From :New York Waahington etc-:No.:S3,"WaHlnngton and Florida Limited", ..
of woven MODERN etc No 29, "Washington. .anil Florida )am
constructed Cincinnati Ashevllle, -
.
small pena are You take From .. .. .
Limltea"T.
coughing. to New Orleans. "Florida '
ion more Jacksonville 14
at bottom Sleepers Cincinnati Atlanta eto.-No.
-wire with 2 by 0 Inch material LINE Operating Dally Through; From Chicago
Is shown In the mixture and it eases the ONLY
nod tOl). Tho plan a cough
Pass. Agt.,
I>lst.
flg\lrl'. rritation-forawhile. You take For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent CJ. IjTJSISL: _, Jacksonville. KlaB. .

-
Seaboard or write 108 West Ray St., -

liar Clover.Hur .growing Just Oen. Pass. Agt. S. C. BOTLSTON Pall Agt. M.: vTanh.lnirton, D.C.riW. H.TAYLOE.O.l'--. A. Wa.lm' -' D.C
clover commence SCOTT'SEMULSION O. MACDONKLL\ Asst. H. HARDWICKrT. .
A. Atlant..Oa.l
about when tho Itermudtt puature falls JACKSONVILLE.: FLORIDA.FOLEY'S MROOK3 atURQAN, A.O.P.A-

The two plants can bo used In'com a. --

blnatlou with! groat success. The Her 60 YEARS*

mud gratis should be scarified wltU iUlsk EXPERIENCE -I l

harrow In October, 1\1111
or cutaway colJ That'svhat
ind it the
wll cures
sowed broadcast. It

the grow seed readily In the H'rllUt11011.\ fur \ is necessary. 1 1 soothes the Cards and Invitations

Dishing winter i>a! ttiriiKiand wllripen throat because it reduces the Visiting
CURE
In tli<

spring, its about need the nud time disappear the Ilermmli irritation ; cures the cold because KIDNEY '

begins( to grow well. It will rt'seetUaclf it drives out the inflammation ; of Kidney TRADE DESIGNS MARKS .
case
In the n'rl11l1llsOtI ns. well aton milds up the weakened tissues ,' \Vill euro disease any that is not COPYRIGHTS Ac.Anrnne .

land If the Hovd be allowed to or Bladder lith and de.cnMlnn nmfAiiloklT
ndlnff a
form open during spring. In order to ae. iccause; it nourishes them back beyond tho reach of medicine. II . Mfwrtutit n m prtihahlf nnr,oiuntnn,,..,,,,...h'free'''. ComnianlntlnniocnctlTmnn.leiitlHl. wh..tbr, ai*>-

the growth from the need tho next their natural strength. That'show OIVKN UP TO DIK.1SH In..n' HANDBOOK on Patent.. -PRINTED AT-
to t.n.
euro Zvsantna. .. fr-. 4fM., ..t Hyvtirf fur curniff p" !
to again scarlfy with B. 8pl rel. :! K. Tlrnlnla St., ni thmuffh Munn A Co. r.-lTelp
b deals tah *n
will neves-wry
fall It Scott's Emulsion four ..ar.I w troubled lMnt . th.
I. ; lu
For ow without ch ni
Ind.,write*; ., rlal nude*,
Oealuawa
.
the hind m when the seed! was!! orlgInnlly aaol bladder II!fee",,'". 11.
cold with.a kMof ..faU..t
plalllt..... rrofi'ssor Tracy oiMUslsslppl a sore throat, a cough, a ou,fal.toworlt. Three pbrilel o1 Scientific Jlm ritan.A .

has. ",I"0111111"I1.It..1 this com or bronchitis. tn Kldner l help tna Cot tod. wa I wa t: clvea>mm.nd up'''toa'.r:: i : ; humlsomelT U1nntrmt" H| _'I,. TArv...t drrtilMtton -

highly fiaytng that It wll\: bottle env me creat ...lIer and .after. UkU> >oteooad I tf ny fienctdn fonrnal. Tvrm d**;'I lm.MUNN Wyimrt PRINTING OFFICE"M
blnntlon : "'I'LL SCNO YOU bottle t wa.entirely eared. f..nr ruontb ,$U flow by alt n r> THE ADVOCATE JOB
continuous!!
cotne nearer furnishing a 1.00 roactwrt. New YorkIJrcb
8AMPII" FKCf. &!*.. 50 Cents and f & CO.301
pnstun* for tho /gulf states than njctln Two vdl_sa t Cw vraahnmtun.' !>.C.

>r mixture. I i SCOTT fcBOWNE, .G ,::.. ':.'.::.el Keit Cross Pliarmacy. .


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.

EAST COAST ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 27 1905. 1



JACKSOXVIL.LR. ROSE. : :: :: '
PRUNING-THE- FADELESS FLOWER. TTatg.Zt 2'O T'

:Novf>niU,'r> and March tile I'raiiliiK
'. A..t..naa Plnnt With
A I
[ESTMORELAND HOTEL West JACKSONVILLE, Tlu.. ..'..r Ilunlr lii' .
FLA. Judioloun prunliiif ove c-mwcs tlirose .' very etnmatlonat statements

bush to form new anti Ktronu& lime been given out concerning the .
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and shoots fl'lIlII1Ikll txovlKmbloouiA
opened loots, now prospective' value of the new fndelewsdower
this Fine cooking and I will bo pru.htet'l. riist \\ <' by Luther Burbank
season. good table not and Cold Water developed SELF-LOCKING
look ttt our bash and ftmu, nn Idea its iMiulil llosa Cul. It la declared thuhlooma
Baths, Elevator, etc. Five minutes from any wharf or depot. AHa. to howe \\Nlt to t.IJ.I.H* It. IH'VUUKI- are so attractive and permanent
\ve wish it to look ".\'iiinu'trlcul 1111011)lell..lug
eet cars pass tho door. KateH, $2: ., to ZfiO l per day.1.rs. | to the eye when not In bloom! that they may be expected. largely -
i to dlxpluie artificial nosers for millinery
A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. as It dues when in UK. glory of well d<* and similar decorative purpoget

vclopttl! niul deep coloitMl tlowoi'H.The ",. lIurbllnk''Ilrll.ty la not to be glveu to

best time to ptuuo hardy roses the for or two but seed'
public a year
he New Travelers Hotel.J.CI... -OXVIr.J.E, FLA. !Is but November. when they are in ailoriiuin of Cephallvterum Iruiuuioiulti, the ill>e- T..A..CKLEELOCK:
condition, or j lust before the
iles( from whiff it was IIl'Il"t.tI"CI. 1 Is
-On the American and Plan lu Jin rob. Never roses
Europe sup Llv.VA prune .freely" offered this season by leading
Under new inauigem"Dt. XewK '"rnIMIu.land, ,ivnovntnd. A ploaHaut nftor the sup bUR begun to How( It you
xi-eOsim-ii for -f cents a packet This
family home. Hllf'smerlcall: Plan, $:J <00 and $ and up. All oars form Union Station. top lit the cl 0onth. If It should l>u necessary olio
In central Australia not long I
ngo./
II. \V. HANCOCK, Proprietor. should ('on'tL wound with wax, and : :
It Is easily grown from st'eils. quickly
;
The beautifully located, Riverside Hotel at trees OiMe hpilngH, Is under the It will heal over la about u week. Tin1 .
same management. instruments. reqtilrtnl In pruning nee a

sharp 1>I'unlltklllfl'/ with a hooked
.
.
blade, n pair of pruning' shears, u pair 4I-
ew Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE; KLOIUDA. of gloves, to protect the hands from Pta't
-
H East Forsyth Mioet. thorns, and rubber knee pad, to protest

the knees from the dnmp ground
Center of City ; cool, airy looms; fil."t-cIIM8111111lIlppolntmentll.: The best
With the knife we do the inuiii cutting Is a new and gioat Invention its lit saves time, money and l.xbor. It will
$2: to 2.0; American plan houso In the city. Open all\ the
year. European and with the shears we removethe work horizontally upside down or at soy! angle. It U ImpoHidblo for the ropo
plan, $1 per day, one poison. Free bus from Mains and steamships, Near smallMiik shoots, dead ",oihl or
anything that I I.* tllflU-ult to get lit witha ; to Blip when locked and no lever or tilucer rope attachment Is imed. In this do
all cur lines. Special weekly laten. C. B. bMITII: .
: PI'Op.Sr' knife. In using the shears It In well d vice. There U only one lopu to hoist lower and look the load, and It la invpoHHlble -
to remember that must cut In tho
oue for tile rape to jam or chafe', and there' Is nothing to got out of orderIn
direction until the shoot IH
':AUIU: :/ :, PI.OHlnA. snme leinoved. -
Never twist or Jerk. lls thin oilglnal tackle block.

will\ prevent any tl.image to the bush. r* May bo noon at the ADVOCAIK oHloo, TlliiHvllli-; E. O. fainter A Co., and S.

Late lu autumn Is the best time for I U. Ilubbiitd Co., .InckHonvlllo
thlnlng out and March for general .
HE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA Seabreeze, (D.vyto'ua, pruning.-Floral I I.lfe.PERSIMMONS.I t-L'J
!leach.) Plot'Ida. .
-- --
NK\V: VAl>1Jr..I: -S.i fLUWUt.
The only Hotel on Daytona Reach Open the Kntiio: Year.' .
making good! sl'd plants, growing -
The Jnpnnviw Much Larger and Hp. freely lu any light/ girdeu noil. The l
It Is a home-like hotel at a rensocable: price. Electric and all
lights modern ter Thai Our ntte Rortn.
bluoniM tire IIhn in t the! illustration.
onveniences. Sea foot a specialty Flist-clnss l livery In connection with the Hy selecting tho bc-st native )>1'1'.lm- Ulio color of the flower varies from 3? fi9? 1

fcotel. Rates $2,00 per day and upwards. Special n...kly and by the season. Ten mous and propagating from these u blush white to u very pretty easy irlin-
rapid Inipvovoiiient In tills: common sot, and tlowera are iirtMluced, lu great
liigh grade furnished cottages; on the bench In connection with the Hotel. Special southern fruit inny lie uinde. The piofiiKlon! In clusters lit the end ofevery

(mention given to traveling men' comfol.t. Japanese have done much In growing hl'l\1111"' There Is a fulnt( but

pertiluinioim and the .TnpuneMo( )persimmon agreeable/ friigrunce/ that Is presenedto S
IJ. J. HOLT Proprietor. la considered us: the best native a slight/ extent when the blooms are

pomologlonl product! nays' American dried! 'II tc color and! shape! are preserved

Agriculturist, .. lu the dried slower, us 1 Is the .
ori> SI'AUnBBZI':. AI.L,, 114A. Nil tlvo persimmons' range In size case wllh oilier popular; e\erlaHtlngs vTe1i5 .
from one-half to two Inches in diame 1 Ini'noilelleH! or eternal llowein, long SHOWS ,

: ter. The fruit Is very bitter when kno\Mi In our girileiiis, iniuh its xeunn- THE FRONT
green but this. "'illty disappears themum belli'! ''" 'HIIIII. Komplirt-uil mid

lie Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. wh"n It become, ilpe. The per tho helipterums, fornieily catalogued OFTHEWALTON

is acrocliiilimi unit ihodanthe. 'thislien'
THESE ARE OUR
"11"11'11111111'l'lustIlllf IIM now of
IH now open for tho Hummer season under the management of tho owner, PAT. BLOCK
feiwl l I.< not eiiiiiil' In beauty to many rPATENT LONG-
IIOISACK F. hTKWAKT. Ilindsomo and situated
new
oil Daytona of (these u.l: 1 fivirllei. u'ul ft
Beach, the hotel in modern In all Its appointment! with .large, ally, \ple.it- Is iiv)< ROLLER BEARING
ant rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Keating' Casino and Tier. easy to uiuloratundly\ such great '
The surf bathing la unexcelled. Terms moderate. Millie and Interest lire assigned to Ilui'- 5MEAVE5.

HORACE F. bTEWAUT. Owner and Manager. bank'x 111'1"1"1:011.: even though It may'
rc t1.,1 vT V Vfeet Vt pr' .>diifo I ii'por; and liner blooms.
The llowi-n of hallpiei-tiin;> drum-
'1'l'l'US I r.(.1':, 1\100ulllllr.. iiiit niul thecolor attractive,

-- hut they show llljto;: Mention: of being

HE ALPINE COTTAGE TITU.VILLK more durable thin other lmnioitellenwhen >
FLORIDA.Now dried us the nttu<'\liinent to tho

opened. Everything: this boauling-hoiiHe Is new and iip-to-dato, talk Is: of n ruthfIIm..y <'haracter.Thu .
cuisine and service Unit-class, with reasonable rateR. Hood and polite at. color, though' delloato and IIKIIInblo --
tention. JlHs. KATK MVKKS, Jl1 nagere8s. 4 1 will nut milt every one TIm ro-
F. A. LO&LF.Y: A lll tant. in tallied peifumo In: a pleading feature

we have not noticed [lu I other gardenfvtrlfitttlnir

EACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLB KLA. >4., though It.. _Is_ f-ntnmrm_ m_...... with.. ....
JAPANKHE! I'EIMIMMONM.nlminoii
many grnHnea lined for drying concludes r( ) 1Lra
First-clans Board at Reasonable Kate. J'estaurnnt and Hetall Grocery 1 1nnnection. In N UA tally produced from Rural New Yorker In commenting ..
JIKS. M. I,. PEACOCK, Prop.12ILT3IOU1 "('('(IR, !but as tlio best varletlen cannot upon the new floral Hciiflutlon.. lye
be relied upon to reproduce themselves>

:, N. C. true from need! they should bo gruftedor 1'Inntln. ete.wberrie,.
budded.! Several vnrletlen of the It ban always been my p 1'UNlclt t>>
JapnueHe persimmon lire each BO much plant strawberries In rows three nnd

larger and b..upthllll our native nort. one-hnlf feet apart and the dlHtancu [lu
[enilworth Inn UUl'lIIOHE, N" C. that there U little Inducement to Im I the revs deiMinlHery! ", much on tho

F.IAI4UEVIl.LIC.. provement. The picture Shows. n bum vnr.ty.'lIh, such rank growing va-
of Japanese pcrNlmmoiis. only portly I Ictlcii as the Uxcelslor three feet III (i Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves

OPEN THROtJailOUT THE YFAR. grown. They are not quite UII hardy rawIs J plenty 1 close enough. They will
un native persimmons. They can bo fill UI| thou Hut taking u variety likethe
successfully' grafted, on native stacks Novlci' or the Ilulmch.
EDGAR V. fifteen or .. _. .
MOORE Proprietor. --- -
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If the graft Is Inserted upon the con eighteen; inches, would tt betti-r. TheruH
bar of the loot three to four Inches !below 1 quite| a little mild about. pcdlgreoplants.

Nfl'V YOKK. tho mirfiice. of the noil. I have hud HOIIIO oxpcrleiK-o

along that line All the puillgreo I
The PliiriIor the 1.111.. want In 11.tlltHI
thrifty plant true to
In selecting a 1 locution for lilies a the name, plenty of manure and plenty
Hotel well drained .situation should be of <'ultlvntl
Marlborough chosen HO Hint water will not 'oll.tnrounal
pedlgn-u bimlncHM as fur us my Judgment
the bulbn. The noil nhould bit In I + I.
KX-J.
propagating/ strawberry
jlj
Urondwt'y, :With and ::17th) Streets Yew York. enriched with old thoroughly rotted pl.intfi' / It Is not like vegetables. that can (M 1 i = I I I { I.Iliyll I.i

Completely Renovated and transformed In every depnitinent. Mont cen- manure and if, say one-thlril of leaf be grown froui' eed. A plant ((4 nothing -
tially located hotel on BroadMay EI. ()THI() LKJI1TH: and 1ELEPHONK mold cnn bo lulled with Urn soil. no' morn than u cutting, and I have iq '
in In the house. much too Ix-tter. i iIli
every room
never Been that there was.any chance h
EUROPEAN: I'I.AX.00 Koonm. 201) bath room Union:: *1.I 00( and I upward of Its thaugini Its character that way.A !
without bath. $.2 and upward with b.ith.. Parlor, bedroom and bath t) Ro..n 1I.lntt. New Jersey BtruwlH-rry HpeclallHt.lt .
nd upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath *:5>> and upward. Tim Roman hyacinth run be most

bWEEN'EY-TIERNEY HOTEL COMPANY, successfully grown 'In the window garden .v CD t tI,....
E. M[. TIEIJNEY and H more desirable than the
Manager. The time to Insert cuttings of roses.
_n ___ ._ large bowered varieties because of Its Is about the end of Heptember or the
coming 'Into bloom iniKh
eiirller. For .
month of
October. Their growth then
this purpose a four Inch pot ran beused In / t
practically complete anti tho shorts

to advantage. nro fairly Inn. _. _
A 1.1'111 i uhuh ban been often 1I11t'(.(", ... I --- I ,
( orarlnir With Crail l-rlrnlrum. I fill IM to take an ordinary garden
Use a fine nozzle and
to avoid exercise greatcare frnme, ntttxl It on a hard, bottom and, These long Holler Iteming Sheaves! which me looktd upon nit the /grcatea
{
oversI rayhtg. It requlrex -
n careful workman to In It pi'ice u compost made ui of anti-frlation roller bearing In lute world are without cages to hold the roll

) peach treed' with crude petroleum pray, an hens: Hcif mold, and Blind in equal pr
too mach of the material especially on Till must IK thoroughly I lu- the old-dtylo cage. The sheave, canilng are made iolld 1, standing double th

l the liodleii: of the trees, [N: likely to do oipoiMtwl. and when placed In position train of the skeleton' Iron' nhoavvii.TIIOUHANIJS .
lIaml.I an I pipssed down firmly rhould!
lie about six Invitee lep.. It meet then
:; : 'be watere and allowed to .Htund few

.:_ : dnys before Inserting the. tattlnio : OK THEM SKI,I.1NCJ I.V TUT! NEW
I ENGLAND
;.. ; HORTICULTURAL BREVITIESI I bTATES.
.
/.vq< .' t, "f f Thorn nhould be> taken from dhootstvbtch '

( ; ;f1'M"111 ) m" ...- have borne the first crop of --For nIl kind of businesses wLoio n Tackle flock U tHed-:
_u ;; i have tMfii planting roil raspberries rotes of the year, us they will then ,tn

,. ....... ._..... "_ '.. ....."....-;- -s-u rr7 blackberrloM and currnntu In October In the half ripened coiidltl-Jii require: --
I _. , .r----- '_ and November; for the lust .
::;;; !* VrJei / > twentytirejeur They must tie stripped off with a
IUYT//yG///u ..;r.:4 r:;< .-> and hove always hid uniformly Ml'ght!/ heel and not cut from the plant.
/WY' : TIII:
&
rVv r r ;1 good result from thug fall pluntln. I'our 'Inched M the proper length for

. T" ... 'J ; f oj 'fr: !(f ''S .' O !J1r4'f rnyu' a New York fruit grower. the, ,.cuttings.Wanblngtoii[ Ktar. Walton Self-Locking Block Co .
mrf
.J..tt !,; .
: A
: !, I !!!I t. 1// ''J '' ... f.J'! .' i'j The .\mt'I'lcUIIyea ill.ru U one of --
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.dr jr: ( 1'i'' \'1 nf$ ,1 !q r t J i our finest street tree lit BOIIIO .Ituutlonx. Hr..lnth II..... ,,

It ..... .. f.-L I )#j, 2J.-,:":' S'w! D, lVati"1trays! It does not Hif- Heels for .hynelntb! planting should 401 Atlantic Avenue, .. HOSsTOy MASS.
..;s .
,.. "" \\,: .!:; g : (:; . coed north of Arflnnaoliua' and central tut prepared with one-half of rotted
:7..L New; York. turfy 'loam and
: one-half of equal portions
Or ;. L}}
; "... } '.I I It
-- drain !grows well during October of rotted in.-inurp [leaf mold and
!
t- : :- ( and the mowing' / should' not be negleitc and. The boils should 'its romideil up '

'.- -- "'- .' l <.I.An two to four Inches nlmv the path to JOB PRINTING

the end of the season appronrhcs carry off tnperfluoun water, .
It U[ natural to become unmindful of

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE the weeds-, but It left alone they will
,tram disfigure/ the gram plots, walks, Ha Stood the Tent,. :=.", Year
- I drives aDd flower border. The old original GROVE'S 'J'utel" Executed at the office of the ,

-. la the wrath and on the Paclfle coast Chill Tonic. You know what you/ are

.t :r. IIONEYA."IDTAR FOLE"YSIIONEYA."mTAR hardy and half hardy annual flower taking. It 'Iron aDd quinine la tute-- ";
be sowed In the ass form. .Vo
may fall. ear no par. Mlctll. at the EAST COAST
Ito1..tL.coiigks.adh..laluaas: ttur.. CaZdsi Pravaata Pneumonia lied Crow Pharmacy TlBiiBvlHe. Kla. ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.






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, ; I t l I +W++*+-+++*+*+**+*+++*+++*/********++***++***+******+* EX-PRESIDENT CLEVELANDAND DANISH GATHERING. : ? : ::TNERANN: :=NG

1 tL I : 'Ve have been dealers in dla. *: RIP VAN WINKLE. THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS -JT1t'Us'V'l.J.J.o
: "DIAMONDS5 I! Monday evening last, Capt. and Mrs.C. .
I
b'' *i monds and other precious stones "Rip Van Winkle" met .with much F. Fischer Invited to their cozy home : __ 1C) "1Cln,

success during Its performance iu New all of their friends of the Lutheien faith,
establishment of ourt:
since the
-: ************ **.**********? .. York, and Wallack's Theatre was crowded to meet with the Swedish Lutheren pas- Our Londers- I

: business In 18'' <8, and direct importers for more than 20 years :t nightly. Ex-President Cleveland attended ture, Rev. A. Stenwall\ formerly of EDWIN CLAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN SHIRTS, VfHNos; : 11.\1',

{ one of the performances, and Miami and now pastor for the Swedish .
== : CROSSETT SHOES, E. & W. CALLARS, RXI\< )
==We the middleman's profit ;: : if Pierson near Pa- lus,
{ save you when asked by a New York critic be Lutheren Colony at AND THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR THE L\lm' -, '

. : K was present last Wednesday evening, he latka Fla. Those present were the old -

f -ciHHk said: "Yes I was there, and I saw one of D.inlsh gentleman, Mi. Jeppe Nielsen, The largest and most C"1.j>| i, t n,. ,,

I tq 1VIIITK rOK OimCATAI.OUUK. the best and moat remarkable performances his son, Mr. August Nielsen, wife and up-todate ready-mailo. cult'1 t ', n. K 'A

l r I have seen for years. I had daughter, Mis. Peter Nelson, of south shown on the East ('msi |ILIII) '"l,era!

JKttH.KKS IMPOHTI-.IIS supposed that my great love for Joseph' Titusville\ Miss Fiedler and Capt, and price from $0 to *2J.no:! 'I

: 41 West Bay bt. Jacksonville, Fla. 1! : Jefferson as a man and friend, and my Mrs. Fischer. Mr. and Mrs.\ Faust, who -, .. _I,

************************************************** unbounded admiration o' him as nn actor were expected to Join them, were hindered Complete stuck of -mil, .' .. -'

-, would l somehow Interfere with my by the sudden Illness of the latter. and high outs In both h.',' m''i i, t''
: "I:
I : warm approval of any one else who Rev. :Jstonwal':; preached an earnest' ti'' bt1t'L In I'atent Leather, |
11 Tan (t.nn
i rt. L. :1V :OTLOWM MR. BRACE INJURED. t 1 \I.tal\ :
I I I should undertake the role of poor old sermon on the cruoliizon; of Christ, es- Poail:. and Tan Buck and VII i.. i I"I.i ''j'j$1.1)11

M ,* The Chicago Tribune has the follow. I Rip."It pecially His last words, "It is finished 'L :)() to *I; ',M

e ''X - I had, consciously or otherwise, allowed l I", after which tIle Holy Communion 'LU ,
lug to relative to the injuries -
say, re- I-
III such a condition to glow up, it celebrated, and many Danish '
was Our line of
,
V high: art, tailoi ,
9 h 1 D ceived by Mr. L. II. Brace In a collision n "''be'ay
ray was speedily dispelled Wednesday evenIng The occasion was
i were sung. '
hymns lug will stand the most !
aY rigid
with
an automobile, Mr. IJraco In well HIM. >1100.|
when I saw the son of the creator of greatly enjoyed by the Danish people the latest and best .
Only fibru
known In Titiisville, where he has spent rite, 'lab
the character of Rip Van Winkle portray who for the first time in Titusville, had! I
OLD KYEWHISKY several winters, and owns a fine fishing 'ry'w Its construction. The latex, 'd I, uo, ,8
that part in loving: Imitation, In a conscientious a service conducted In their own lan carefully studied and embodied :
and hunting camp at the Ilaulover canal. rJi therein.

"The automobile had its share yesterday striving toward his fath"r'sperfection guage. I We ask your inspection.\ In 'mnwtioa:
14tt and with Individual and per Before Mr. Stenwall left, on tho night with this department, we .
In producing the casualty list In Ji carry i ':OlD-
l Chicago. A biff car, No. 2310, owned by sonally cultivated characteristics. I am train for Miami, light refreshments were ""Ii "IiCogglrje plete and up-to-date line of ("<'''ntlemen'i' '

C Mal James L. Iloughtellng of the bond firm sure that I cannot( be mistaken when I served and all pal takers did earnestlywish Fuinlshlugs. Shirts of the l.im'"',n-Man.:

;YN 11I of Peabody, Ilonghtellog & Co., First say that, on its Independent met'Its, as for another such a pleasant evenIng yrf e4 hattan brand, iu Madras
t well as from every collateral standpoint, soon to occur again. Percales in both
4 negligee And cur
a National Bank building, ran into a iiojom 1 1eC'octa
those who love the theatre cannot fail to
Earl A Wilson
I buggy: containing L. II. Brace, a wealthy Collars Knoil
Q.rrm tp be pleased with Thomas Jefferson's representation CALLED A PASTOR. and Stetson Hats. In
d! tit contractor, living: at 708 Washington fact ever acceas.1|

Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, j street, Evanston, and John Love, an em- of a character deeply seated rifoftf t ory to a well-dressed. mini's ward' i-obn.

i i, Ales, Stout, Etc. I I ploye of Mr. Brace. The collision oc- in tho affections of the American peo- Rev. W. C. McCall, of Apopka, held SCIILOSS BROS& Our line of neckwoar is unusually "on,

rl Send orders I ple. services In the First Baptist church of plete In :Strings:; Ascots, }o'ollr"lI'haodi
) a'a'I I jg: me your cured at Bryan avenue and Sherriden Fine ClothesMaRcrsMail <
k I Tltusvllle Sunday last, both morningand and also made
TITUSVILLE and COCOA, FLORIDA road. COM. ROOME TITUSVILLE. on .M #v wYM4 up shapes. All tin net

{ i iI "The buggy was overturned and the eveninG, to large congregations - coloilngs. Suspenders, blocking .

1l d ? occupants were thrown heavily to the The ADVOCATH! office received a very The evening service was opened by a Mail orders a specialty. derwear and HandkercMofH All new
I J. R. WALKER & CO. and the congregation join .
service
song stock and of the best grades
Mr. Brace suffered
pavement. a severe pleasant call, on Monday, from Commodore -

p$ M TITUSVILLE, FLA. scalp wound and Injuries to his head and II. O. Roomo, of the auxiliary yacht ed in the spirit of the singing, which ,
feature. -- -- - --
back. He was removed to his house. Roamer. Mr. Roome came to Tltusvllle\ made it a very enjoyable

'Love was bruised about the back and to confer with Ills partner, Mr. Jeffords, After the evening service the of members the- ................N.N.................N..N......H.
shoulders! but returned to his home at in reference to the large fish and fertilizer of the church held a meeting .
F, Mono H. D. WAI' ,[ ,
Session and called Rev. McCall as pas A. v Proprietor.' fill neglsUTOil nruwu
s ,. 707 Washington street, Evanston, unaided. plant they are establishing at Canaveral : :
t tor of this church for the third and .
s/a/ c g. I ; The horso sustained two broken on the ocean beach opposite Titus- .

1 A'd' d I legs, and later was shot ville.Com.\ fourth Sundays of each month.

,,1 I pI i "The automobile was driven by 11. 0, Roome and wife and Com. S. D. Itev. McCall Is a chrlstan gentleman

Chase, a mechanic for Mr. Iloughteling. Hughes and wife, who have been touting of many years in the ministry, and is a + RED W13 PHARMACY i
pleasan't. forcible and Jnfluenclal speaker
Chase was the only occupant and was the north during the past summer, have ,,
and will\ doubt be a help in
great
no
.
driving north on the left hand side of brought their automobiles to Daytona w
of this denomination In .
I ; d 1 the street when the accident occured and are now enjoying some fine racing the up-building

The buggy was moving south on the right on the famous Daytona-Oimond Beach. our town. lIe Is now the evangelist: for i i
his Titusville charge of
and TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
hand side of the street. Com. Hughes,who formerly owned the this State, -
month will work in well\ .
two Sundays a
Chase was taken to the Rogers Park Mara: but now owns the auxiliary yacht
with his evangelists work.A : Complete Stock of-, :cuts
station\ and was released on bonds. Amiulli.is. and Coin. Room>, of the
/ I 1 ) DRUGSAA
I'N'N, Roamer, are two of the best known and
PEANUT SCRAMBLE.Little PURE DRUGGISTS I SUNDRIES
w\\II t I "Ow Perfection TraIrunk.." CONKLIN NOT GUILTY. most popular yachtsmen who frequent Jjl
'''r I'ry
1 t these waters. These gentlemen, with :
ry t k 41 Has the Colobratod Tray Trunk for Sale Miss Mary Halle celebrated her : LTreBorIptions' Filled with the I
The in the of
jury case the State of Mesdames Hughes', and Roome, expect to

tp 1 !{ -Call and see It- Florida vs Oscar T. Conklin charged go to Miami the last of ibis week, where eighth most birthday dellghtfuly., last About Saturday twentyfourof afternoon, : Utmost Care and Promptitude! *' ) i

M with enbazzelment from the office of the their yachts are, and later will take their her little friends having been invited i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER.
Florida East Coast Electric Light Co., of usual cruise around the Bahamas
: : ;t Robbins & Graham Co. Miami, returned. a verdict yesterday to join in the celebration it is needless i
1ii to say, the air rang with the merry
afternoon, after being out only fifteen THE CITY ELECTION.
r laughter and shouts of the happy child- i Novelties Souvenirs !
m1 Ye 4 (Incorporated.) minutes, of not guilty. ren. A Peanut Scramble was the featureof Toys Etch

{ PAID UP CAPITAL :$.25,000.00: The election of officials/ of Titusville\ and the Bourse of ,
? t the afternoon, was .
New Cure For Cancer.All for the held :
ensuing year was Monday,
This company owns great amusement, many other games : Choice Line of School Perfumery [Brusliei: ,
surface'cancers are now known to and passed oil quietly as there was Cigars, Stationery, Supplies, *

+ iciil; ; ZL, .A1ST :ZD: :S, be curable, by Bucklon's Arnica Salve no opposition very to the nominees of the were played, and as usual the hours flewto i Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candles, and all other articles kept*
fast to suit the little ones.
Jas. Walters, of Duffleld/ Va., writes: "I
m tho Indian Rlvoi Country On the St. mass meeting held some three weeks ago,
m ; had a cancer on my lip for years, that Ice caeam and cake were served in : by up-to-date drug stores. J

l Lncje River; at New River and on Bay seemed Incurable, till Jlucklen'a Arnica : however, quite a creditable number pre abundance, and as the little folks de-
'd fl Salve healed it, and now it is perfectly sented themselves at the election boothsto : ;::rWe give prompt and careful attention. to all mail orders. :
} Blsoayne Prices to suit the times. I parted they wished little Miss Mary .

1 p a m Send for Land List. burns.well. 2;Guaranteed>o at Red Cross cure Pharmacy.for cuts and I II attended endorse the the mass action meeting.of the citizens who I 'many' happy returns of the day." ......................................................


1'v;i'' Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. I The officials of Titusville for the coming -

--- -' Tillf>vr Forl 4 The tjplciil( cook of the avorngcKiiKliiiul \evv
; 6 East Coast Meat MarketO. lo\Mi Un.... 1II0Ulld basher Mayor-Dr. B. R. Wilson, There will be services at the Episcopal
f..l4.
; : ; lu-hiK Intifiiclu'il bolilml. one axiom Narehal-J. N. Waller, church, Melbourne, at 10:110: a. m. and in .. C: i D. i:
Clerk and Treasure-J. D. Ennis
,
of 11I''I..It'nt-thl) tliliiK vlilt.li., iu her <
Eau Gallic at 7:30p.
i yj the Episcopal church, 4-
O. F. DUKKJT, Agent. oxpt'i'lciu'O! him beau done can be done! Assessor of Taxes-John Henry, ..
m. by the Rev. John W. Walker, next .. O. L. Mandaville:. the Jeweler, Is ready for :
After till .
ngiilii. tho ileliw.It Aldermen-E. L. Brady, E. E. Rol
IC: Sunday. : Business In his location. <<
tu, for Inxtiince that the do- new
y c::::> limy line and O. A, Stewart, and the two <<
N r I f l --. niOHtle KO;: MM In question nerved her hold-over aldermen-D. B. Piitchard Preaching services will be held In the f f :
7; uoc n Ital. first iippiviiticovhlp In 11 fuiully of ton.For 1
Methodist church Titusville by the
and W. S. Branulng. .. <<
::> the consumption of such a family P
pastor, Rev. W. F. Allen, next Sunday:. f
p:>> The financial condition of the :
olio van In the dully habit of preparing present Sales room: Repair Sbup OJ>tlcall'arlll'
=:I Oct. 20th., at 11 a, m. The pastor will
ty twenty potatoes In 0110 or another town as per Clerk and Treasurer's booksIs
r he MaHonlo llulldlng. Pout HI ce BulMlnif.' :
where
S to Cocoa (In tho afternoon eC
form. VUirii her Hiil go '
follows I
during >Hc S I I ulio eon e..celllii. to will preach In the evening at 7 o'clock. *
I DODdedlndebtednessoftown. .161500.00Interest ()() ******************************************************
minister to my modest home circle of and sink fund on hand .$ OO.21 All are cordially Invited to these services, .. -

-af3 tlireo persons I sometimes" unsure myself Outstanding:. warrants, . . . .$U>30.00 and especially l is It desired that all the '

y that If to a knowledge of elementary Cash In Treasurers hands, . . , .$8,80 members of the church be present. Sunday E. L. :S RY: & :8:80.: ,
arithmetic olio could add a thorough -
'k School at the usual time: at Tltusvllle
I {' ,' TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. understanding of higher algebra, Cocoa In the -DEALERS IN-
in the afternoon
I geometry find trigonometry/ and then DEATH OF MRS. PYLES. PRODUCTSIWe
GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD ,
superndd some slight\ acquaintance morning. ___________ GROCERIES, ,

f E. A. MORGAN with differential and Integral calculus Word was received in Tituavllle, on JEFFERSON DINNER PARTY. handle PRODUCE of all klnd We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS

j jI she might, In tlmo be uMe to discover Tuesday, of the death of Mrs. Pyles, We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all CODIUBers. -

Hint, If ten person\ require twenty potutoex Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
which occured home her
at the of
I DEALER IN daughter FLA.
dinner
i ia l hy the same ratio of IIl1otml'ntIh.'I.t A very enjoyable party was E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVIILE,
I t Il persons might be stitUfled with Mrs C. Gould, at St. Augustine on given atPrussel's, New York, last Thurs-

nix. Tuesday morning, after a long illness. day evening, when the following partookof

J EBICYCLESEWheels ::: I suggest. six \potatoes, n modest and She leaves to mourn her loss, two sons a sumptuous repast : Mr. and Mrs. ..AC: >nJE: 02Dealer =

I 'arI ( I satisfying lUlU dozen.: The arbiter of Mr. R. R. Pylos, of Titusville, and Mr. Chas. B. Jefferson, Miss Sarah Jefferson,

fate replies, "You see, mu'nui, I've always B. B. Pyles, of West Palm Beach, and their daughter; Miss Larretta Jefferson, In-

been accustomed to -.)()klll' four d.ughterIrs.! P. J. Hall, of Titus. AND
I Sold, Rented and Repaired. daughter of Mr. Thomas Jefferson, who STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT
twellly.11<1 twenty It Is!-Martha vllle, and Mrs. C. Gould, formerly of Tltusvllle with her ,
Is
playing an Important part
va'' and I Repairing a Specialty. Baker Dunn Atlantic.. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
Enameling ( but now of St. Augustine, Mrs father in "Rip Van Winkle;" and Mr. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

Klckrri the Klnn'a ........ G. J. Kennelly, of Sefner, Mrs. L. E. Chas II. Walton, of Tltu vl1le. The

-. hOI) next door to BakeryL.MOI3LEY- On the battlefield IIM everywhere; Pise. Munn, St. Augustine. The ADVOCATE dinner was followed\ by a box: party at -

Bismarck looked. utter' the Interests! of extends condolence. I the theatre.
II Wra R. WalkerStap1
lilt Imperial master. During the battle I I
J. \ of Koeiilggratx: the old
1'1111)'ror.Ih..n B. FRANK CLYDE DEAD. CIRCUIT COURT.The .
L king, of I'rusilu had. pxpdxed himself Dealer In -
''iI TITUSVILLE, FLA. on.d. Groceies.Fr'Uj.ts ,
; ami hN stub to the enemj's tin U. Frank Clyde, vice-president of the ZErian.C3r :
In and for Brevard
Circuit Court
Contracts for all kind.. of Painting, Kal- and would not hear of retrsiting to a
firm of William & Co.
rnlnluf| btainlng, Finishing anll'aper safe distance.; At last Itiininrt; rode! shipping P. Clyde county for the Fall term l is hereby ad. : ax .d egeta'b les.

tLr" Hanging at the most reasonable price up) to him. saying: ".\-. r..poucl. Ibli l, minister was killed by a railroad train Wednesday journed, and all Jurors and witnesses .d Feed..
::
i II consistent with good workmanship. of the Brown 1 must insist, upon afternoon, at the Fifty-second street summoned for this term are orderednot Hay,. Grain: ar

I "" your inaJt-stj'M!' retreat to n safe illttauee. station of the Pennsylvania Railroad\ to appear. -Your Patronage Solicited

L 1 All Work on the East Coast If jour majesty were to be Philadelphia.\ Mr. Clyde was! seen standing A. A.STEWART, TITUSVILLE, '_ FLORIDA.

Solicited killed the victory wn.tld l>e of Hi> u+.> on the platform' apparently waiting Clerk Circuit Court. -
Especially --
I'' i" to us. ." Thp king fI'ltill' forop of this for the train. Mr. Clyde was about 83
t This Is made by the
lengthy
Let no know what you want and get my and s'o! \\'lv litre"ei. but III liN :-l'llr..hlrlll..lllInln of age, very wealthy and a social necessary INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.
r + estimate on It. Prompt attention years docket In Dada. county, which Is now occupying
and the! f iftit."When .
utfiln to
marriedMrs. .
d leader. A few months be
5 ago
to all work. attention of
given I notife.1 It." snid ttanlttrek.telling : : : the Judg Jones. TITUSVILLE, FLA. .
Bloomfield Mcllvalne of the
one t!0
v Y the !''Itt>r)'. "I only ro I waddle amie4l| at him Ho understood Ureyard county and the missing of the motto
lah E. Vesey Hall paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Falrdeallng Is my
1 XX perfectly nnd culled, out rut. tierangrily society. Fall term will make difference.
I I Oeorglana, Fla. I I ISon."t 'Y,'*, I am com'ng'! .' But we T. T. WETMORE Proprietor. -_
fc Furnished Cottage.For =-
did not get on fast enough, mid at last GRAND BALL TO-NIGHT.
: Buildr: I rode up\ close to the king, took my
Rent J. O. Walton' furnished
Capt.

!I I f Agent for New Superior Motor. Toot gave out of hit.the horse right an stirrup. energetic and secretly kick.. cottage In South Tltu vm". No There will be a grand ball at the TI- SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE

y Have h. p. on hand; call and see It. Such a thing had never happened to bed or table linen or cutlery. tuivllle Opera House to-night, Friday.

Estimate and prices furnished on the fat mare, but the move was successful CHAS. U. WALTOW, Grand March promptly at 9 p. m. New .

!1 I ti Nr tiN application. for she set off: In a fine cantr." Tltusvllle, Fla. music. Let everyone be present. . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTINGi' ,





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