Title: East Coast advocate
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 Material Information
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: November 3, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00423
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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and "
llllnor
Kline's>
Sale at
The Large Itrick Store.Is Notice to the Public.In Special Clntliiiitf -
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( NEWS I .Tan. (tth. I thebest
LOCAL 3ondiiyt J. M. Sanders will\ open bin MltllneiyDepailment \ Tho AnvoOATK U on file at all
latest and addition to having Mr. Spencer, hotel In New York city
replete with all the under
now lilt II
fil Topic of General Interest.' head! salesman, who Is an expert In Men's Black Thibet SultH, satin lined on November ,
make our
bent of eveiy thing which goes to I worth the management of !Miss /Short, of Atlanta W.\N'TEIl-Hya' man who has had
measures for Tailor made clothIng bust make, O. ]I. Klmohbauni,
taking
this life a joy. We ploaso you In every I also of At- in tho North
:Miss loyal
and ,
Reading,; notice ads. are ten cents I la brimmingover we will have with us :Mr. UowlIn.repres6ntuj $18 00 special price, Monday only, *ia OS in., several year experience
'line, our Dry floods stock l b liar to like oh vrga of the Room Clerk ; for
wilt <'lur"011111011111!
| line on this page. with in the BOMOIIII fabrics \ :( the Ed V. Price Co.. Youth's and Young MCU'M Suits In im I ante, ) IUHII )

THE ADVOCATE, Our Millinery Bargains line "was never III> complete Chicago' 111., the largest Tailoring house excellent quality of Serge, In throo piecesulta DrcHHinitklng )Dopaitment. particulars, address: KKX, this office.

! $1.50 por annum, In advance." na now. Our Notions nnd Novelties : In the world!, November !lrd\ and. 4th, \ worth .I.JOO, special Monday only I Where to stop along the East Const. )Mr. William MoAulilt will connected

I .;d six months, countries. are it.. Our Clothing line is all right who will be pleiiHed to show you throughour tlO,711.Chlllr'n'lI. See list of hotels and boindlng houses with the Royal Palm hotel, Miami\ the
13.00 per an. to foreign In line of samples, over one thousand,,, Suits In sixes from t 0 to< 1(1( coming season, a*. iiHiial. lie was with
and will bo made ns strong as any "
lote' date of expiration printed week. uponr Thin Florida. In nent,,' Fmnltililngi\! we areas and take your measure for a winter milt. made In an excellent quality of lllackThibet I on 111 t ;page the. Sinclair houno, Wbljo} :Mountains, N.If. ,

| paper or for wrapper your money.every No need good or better than the bent When So all those who have not been in already or Navy Mine If you wish, worth =The Stuart Items ni'lived to late to ., this summer.

receipt Rend for subscription\ have for a life call\ in Friday end Saturday' if *:i.OI!) for $2.\11'1.' get In this week's INHIIU. They will appear -
receipt Shoes
jus to yon try our we you )Mr.( O. O. Chamberlain, after a suecuKHful -
g date gives It to you. customer. We stand behind the cheap- convenient. Mr. How man Is an expert! JULIUs KI.INK next week, however.Our at thetllronllaek Inn,
M'HHOii'
rphcn you subscribe for the ADVO- est IIhoo we dell, and will refund jour and we umuro u perfect IH and: the Tltiisville, FU.Mr efllolonlalieilff, Mr. .1. 1'. Brown, Sacandapi, Park, N. Y., ha boon staying

f K by the year, It does not cost you money or satisfy you very latest style. ntupfied over In St. Augustine on his for a few weeks at camp on Sunset
week, postage included. all of 1'1': lCy.t BllASMISO, Louis Alexander spent Monday On. last week,
to cents per We are prepared to meat your way to Indian Spi lugs, Lake. N. 11. lie will upend! a short soar
ADVOCATES for sale at tIle Red wants in household or Kitchen furniture The Clothlois and :Men's FutuiHliem, Sanford, returning to Titusvllla the and after a day or two there felt so lion In Boston before going to Daytona

PHD Pharmacy, Tltusvllle.\ I Hardware, In fact we can supply TItimville, Fla. next day wellth nt ho doclded to returned to to open) The Palmetto there

all wants. Give us n trial. We TltuHville on Sunday
Mrs. J. Paxton of Cocoa, was a vis- your leaders -Mr. 1 H. Faust, the Photographer -There will bo a meeting of Friendship \ Mr. John Prescott, who for tho past
i in Titusvllle, Tuesday, returning tot have no baits, all our goods are family, are now located at Mrs. Podium' Chapter No. 11, Older. of Knstorn. UKST: ELGIN CKKAMKKY: AND FOX: Pour ha* been steward at The West
yearn
and we guarantee to please you or give & CO'H.
huller nt Wagoner
train. River
home on the afternoon back for the winter. tl\rl at their Lodge room In the Mason- minister Boston, and for many year

John K. Walker Co., are Improv. you We have your secured money.the services of the BOY'S AND URL'S:: SCHOOL SHOES to building, on next Tuesday evening, -Mr. and Mrs II. F. heM, the Mlnncs tilled the mime position at the Twin

the looks of their largo brick store !genie) Carl C. Curtis. you will find h-m: at Penney A Ilrnnning's. A largo attendance lit tl(>Mll'el. heN, and Mr. Bert Ives, of Philadelphia, Mountain House, Wldto Mountain' N.

[having a cement walk bid In frontit. the sane. old' Cal, cnnrtemiH, attentiveand who has been PENNEY: A URANNINO HAVE JUST arrived In Tltusvllle on Wednesday, and II., has accepted the stewardship. at the
-Mr. L. It. Decker, and at went to their bountiful home at Palm Hotel MlamiFla.) [
anxious to please )UIIVe are lecelvbd a large shipment of boy's onne Royal ,
and half at his (
spending the past year a will the
Fish better prepared to plosu the trade I limn girl's school shoes. LaOnicge, vtbero they spend the owner of
VNTED-LAROE TARPON old home In New York state, returnedto the shipping of Mr.) ( Jacob Olmllck. new
i ales, live wild animals, and alllga- ever;come and see us when In town.Mail his Tltusvllle, home on Saturday' List. 'IttoHilny: night being Halloween, winter, superintend of Indian River oranges. Tho ColonadoM, Seabreeze, I"lorldlla I a
\tors. Whitney's Alligator Farm.St.Vugustlno outers receive! prompt attention.We the younger minds Invented lots of mla- their line crop resident of PlttBlleld, Mass., and I la it
Fla. 0-I1:! pay the height; on all) oideis of $:;,00 _Mills Annie :Morgan can now bo chief and played, many pranks around -- ---- wellknown btewer. Mr.) [ Olmllck la ex
found in U. L. Miinifavlllo's jewelry TO BE DEDICATED.
or over. about the later partof
the "ghosts"made Heubreeze
In the evening pected
town. Early
Mrll. Wm. M. Prindle joined her and Mr. MmulavHIe is to be congratulated
the
of store
past
Appreciating the i"ntr<>nnin the
their and the jack-o- this month to Rupurlntond many
,band In New York on Wednesday, ne are yours for continued and growing upon securing such capable. lantorns were appearance numerous On Wednesday, November 8, 100A" the improvement that are to be made In the
Id leave for Titusville
1 will soon
they fa vol's. saleslady Manonlo Temple, in Tltusvllle, will be above named bouse. The Colonade
( eujoy themselves for the next six JOIIV. It. WALKEIt A CO., -We regret to learn that Mrs. T. A. FRESH TOMATOES, GREEN' JJEANS, dedicated 7 p. 11\. Past Master, Geo. will be opened Doc., with Mr. George
and Cucumbers -
ntbs TUB I.AKOK: 1IIIICK STOUK. Snider, of Cincinnati, and ITobe Sound, Turnips, Green I'eppuis )M. Robbins, huts been chosen as the ora- Bennett ns manager.

Genial and jolly Jack Lflflin made Titusville, Florida. Fla., Is still In the hospital, In New at Wagoner/ & Co. tor of the day. Indian Iliver Lodge: No Palm Bench
Hotel
the ,
We learn that
i appearance in Tltusvllle on Saturday York, where she expect to undergo n -Dr. C. C. Felgel, wife and little DO, F A A. M.{extend u hearty welcome
It to the delight of his ninny friends. -:Mr. Van Woiley purchased the severe operation this week. Mr. Snider daughter, Tholnui leave for their homein to all visiting brethren. The following Palm Beach, Fla, will this season openon of

V. I.allln, and his partner, Mr. LaKoche, house he has boon living In for the past Is also In Now York. Fort\; Pierce 'to'lay. They will make r Lodges bnvu been, Invited to be present; January 4, under the management most
who have
hi I cruise in the Hose Marie this. winter.At year from Mr.L.K. Decker. the trip by water In their turn little Duytoua, New Smyrna, DeLand, Cocoa Wanliburno. & Hewitt,
-Mrs. K. B. Holm and her sister, HiioouHHfully managed the house for the
Tltusvllle of officers launch, Thelnm, which has just been putIn and Melbourne. A great time 1M I expected
River hotel will be election
the Indian -There an Miss\ Kate Ever, of Cocoa, who sailed on past two winter Mr\ Hewitt, junior
ivember and 13th 'Dr. K. 11. next at the Progressive Culture flistctass order. and a full report of the proceeding
12th on Monday the Clyde steamer, Apache, Oct. 31st., member of the firm, spent a few week
jmstrong, the well-known Specialist of Club. A full attendance I is re for Jacksonville, are again home after CALL AT ONCE AND SEE' 'fill!: 'will appoitr In our next Issue. I .In .ifonion. nils. tin. ", .nttaf... IIA u'" n1.oioaeu.J 1.1.....

tksonvllle. Eye and Chronlo disease quested.AT prolonged but pleasant visit In New H\\'ell line of boys' clothing at Penney summer house, the Hotel Columbia,

rcome without drugs or operations. PENNEY & BKANNING'S: IS TilE York city and other places & Brannlng's. CHURCH NOTICES. Asbury Park, N. J,
I taken, cared for flee of charge -
cases
largest line of boys' clothing ever before -Mr. J. If. Allen, of Palmyra, N. Y., -Mr. W. J. Duncan, of the commission Mr.)\ II. K. Veers, manager of tho Colonial
r the period of one year. In the Meth-
shown In the city. who bought the Vanti property, near the linn of W. J. Duncan Jb Co., of :' Preaching by tho poster Hotel, Nassau, who linn been In

Mr. Edward Stlllug, a prominent -Mr. W. II. Gregg, Sr., of St. Louis, Ilaulover Canal, List winter, hits just New York city, was a pleasant visitor odist church, Tltusfllle next Sunday, New York and other northern cities for

bichant of Cocoa some years ago: butw Mo., expects to arrive In :Now Hmyrna bought all\ the ocean front property, to this olllco on Sl&tunJaylo1l1t, to renew November lath, at 11 a. m. Hundayschool a few weolcs, returned to St. Augustine
of Detroit, Mich., and a valued sub- Dr. E M. Houvlelle of Jacksonville the APVOOATK. Mr. nt :'i I :s.'ID: p. m. I'roaclilng at Coooa
this week, nnd after a stay there will owned by his subscription to thl week! He will probably again visit
Viber of the ADVOCATE, paid this oflloeI'letiRant make his way on down the coast visiting Mr. Allen hopes. to very much Duncan will stay In Titusvillu and vicinity at 7 P. m. 1'veryone; Invited. New York In n week or HO. Mr. llerai

call one day last week. Mr. all the good fishing points between New Improve his property, and start a huntIng -I until the holiday. when he will There will be services. next Sunday, make a good asttUtant for Mr. J. It.

pling expects to be on the East Coast Smyrna and Miami. I club. return to Now York November nth, at St. Mark's church, Parrott, president of tho Florida East

full Borne time in January. -Mr. Chas. II. Jefferson, of lobe -Mr. J. Lorillard Jr., wife, and, four _Few people realize the Importance of Coooa. Sunday school at 0:30): a. m.; Coast Hotel Co. Ill headquarter in

-Mr. II, B. Mace, of WUllamsbrldge, Sound, has given a beautiful oil paintingto children, of Sharon Hill, Tit, arrived in attending: to any eye or nervous atfee lion Morning Prayer and Sermon 10:110( :: a. m. New York lit at 2:11: Fifth Avenue, where

Y., and Tltusvllle Fla., and a part- the New York Home tor Destitute Tltusvllle, List Saturday, and are locatedfor it once. If neglected, theio, are no diseases At Ht. (Gabriel church, Tltusvllle, also will bo found Mr. Harry W, Senrle

It 1'10. the firm of J. B. Walker & Co., and Crippled Children. This Home will the winter In Capt. J. O. Walton's more apt to become permanentthan Evening Prayer and Sermon: 7 ::W\ > p.I m. As Mr. S. H. Peck him leased the Plaza

Ived in Titusville on Wednesday I hold a Fancy Fairat the Waldrof-Antorla, cottage, In South Tltunvllle. Mr. Lorillard those. affecting\ the eye and nerve.. Rev. John W. Walker. hotel, Rockledge, to Messrs. Horace K.

|i. Mace Is much liked by all 1 of ou r peo- New York, on Thursday Nov Olb, and family are not strangers/ in our If troublod at all In this way, do not fall and Paul Shares\ of the New Rockledge
> and they are always glad to welcome oil n few months here the renowned and Nerve bpeoitUst MARRIED IN JACKSONVILLE.
when there will be drawing for the town, as they spent to lice Eye hotel, Itocklodge, and the Longacre 110-
1m, back when the llrst snow begins to painting. We hope the ADVOCATE will Lint winter, and we are pleased to nee Dr. E. II. Armstrong, of Jackson tel, New York City, Mr. I'eck will re-

111\ In the North. be the fortunate one to win the prize, them return. ville, during Ala. professional visit. to On Monday evening, Oct :10, HOi I atM main through the Winter with his familyIn

KNTOS; : WILL HE IN COMMISSION for we have some chances In the draw- -Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Ross, who are TUusville, November! I2'h and Pith O'clock, by tho Cathollo priest, Father Grand l Rapid, Mich., and make. occasional -

November let and will remain In '1'1- I lug known to many resident. of Tltusvllle The Dootor will be located at the Indliin Mlchoal Makr) at his residence In Jack : tripe In the Interest of his summer

tllsvl1le for one month only. Persons Hartford Conn. for River hotel. Esther Luclat Lowery to New Arlington, at PetOHkey,
THE FINEST: BLUE RIBBON COFFEEon have been In New a onvlllo, MU hotel
.desiring the professional services of the market. Try It, at Wagoner few weeks, enjoying a visit with their -te.[ Mllllge Walker, rector of Ht.Maiks ', Mr. Alexander Power, both of Tltus with u view of making the coming Reason

ii" Houghton I will not procrastinate, & Co. daughter, Mrs Terrill. The Doctor line. Episcopal church, Couoa, Mrs. vllle. The wedding was a very quietone at Petoskey a banner one, so he Inform

t for one month will limit his stay for nearly recovered, ,from his Illness, and Walker, Mr, Walker, Jr.; Ml. and Mrs. and witnessed! by only 1few Intimate u*. Mir Peck' many friend will

|this time. 11.3:) I -We are In receipt of the new catalogue has purchased a line IS:: foot launch, and\ W. T. Wells, Mr. Prescott Wells, and Mr. friends. The maid of honor, MU miss him till winter, but the regular

.,A letter from Mr. II. J. Rosslter,who of the Ocklawaha :Nurseries O.W. will have the same shipped to Palm Chas. II. Walton were a pleasant partyat Charlie MungiiHser, WOK the only attendant. guest of the I'la/.n will be cared for by

.i been spending the summer at Mack Conner, proprietor, of Tangerine, which Bench Dr.. .ntlllfn. Ross.) are staying Hotel Earllngton: New York, on Mon- Mr. and Mr*. Power wore guest the Messrn. Horace H. and Paul Share,

tic Island, Mich., says he Is leaving Is a very Inleiestlngand Instructive with their daughter: and, son-ln-lnw, Mr. diy evening Mr. Walton left for TUus ''of Hotel WIndle, while In Jacksonville. who rank high In the scale of caterers
hand of
be In the
JIlt 'Und of snow for the grand state of book, and should and Mrs. Hudson Wright, of Mount, ville Tuesday; !of r. and Mrs. 'VellN!' They returned toTltimvlllo, Wednesday being; among the most successful hotel
fruit. lie
citrus sure
of
Ililo no will return to Rorkledge fore every grower Vernon, N. Y., but expect to be In Titus. and son, for Melbourne yesterday, audlev. afternoon, and will make this their future keeper who manage winter resort hotel

winter before many weeks, as he will and read their ad. on our fourth page. vllle! In about two week. Their friends I [ Mr. and Mr*. Walker and I son leave borne. The A UVOCA TIC extend congratulations on this coast.
This ad. will be changed. next week,
ml Ohio "a land of snow" In com parIJIQ will be pleased to see them again for Cocoa today, Friday. and best wlshe Mas season at the Hotel
should Lenox
allowing the reasons why growers The ,
with his home at Rockledge in the buy from these enterprising nurseries, I FURNITURE. DRY OOODS, 8UOE.4.) Asplnwull closed Wednesday. November
) House Tor Kent. for Halo.
.and of Flowers and Sunshine. Cottage
| amang which are that their trees are I Hall hat-rack with mirror, bevel 5.0.:\ 1, Mr O. D. Heavey: the manage: saysIt

-Mr, Chan. II. Walton, who sailed true to name and free from insects. Four section sectional-bookcase' $7.
f'>m New York city, on board the Clyde Drop-head sewing machine, oak f22.IV. Five room house In North Titusville Ten Room Cottage on Barton avenue It* history, the patronage coming from
Ga.
jtearnship, Apache, on Tuesday, will re- for Hale Cheap. Lib value butter dishes, glass, H.'c.; for rent furnished or unfurnlnhed.Addres Completely furnished. Acetylene all part of the world During Octoberthe
i,rn to Tltusvllle to-morrow, Saturday Souvenir postal cards, new' view "13. C." Bearing Orange and Grapefruit tree on registry hall been something remarkable *

(le reports the weather In New York as On account of my lofts being crowded, New lino Tapcstrle for chair, etc. lltf ADVOCATE office lot. Cheap for cash. Write there being at one time, a.* lato ala

Ins too cool for pleasure seekers. HeM I will sell CHEAP 10O pair thorough bred CHAS. A. OARn.fcy, TITVHVILMC, FLA. 1'. O. DI). 12, last week, nearly two bundled guest,
Fla.
an enjoyable visit with Dr. and Mrs. Squab Breeders, or about 200(> young Woo for Sale. 10-H Rockle.lge, with both his large hotel cottage occu

B Ross and their daughter, Mrs bird that will breed In three or four HAItlMVAIli:. pied. Mr. Seavey lin* received unstinted

*right, from Saturday until Monday, months. Address, 1'ina or oak, any leo ;th. See or address l"urn.h.CuttUJC6. for Hent. praise for his liberality in management: ,

\' Mount' Vernon. N. Y. JAB. McC'OMii, Jit When In need of anything In the hardware J. W. Jamison, Tltnsvllle, Fla. ttirnUhed at Seabreeze, the superior cuisine, and constant endeavor .
New cot'lJ.t1t
11-2 Pompano, Fla. line call ----- to please, his ""Ut.. After takinga
on nit.
hot
Fla. Four bed room, batb with
Walker Hardware Co. We have the largest line of Hardware Orange Grove For Mule.I and cold water, electric lights, etc. short vacation he will, about January

float for Hale. carried anywhere between Jacksonvilleand Located near the CUiendon and ocean 13, open his beautiful Magnolia Spring:
New" stock arriving dally. All kinds Miami. Hotel, In Florida, which has been under-

f Urdware, Boat and Electrical Supplies, Stanch: auxiliary catboat, In fine work- Boat suopltes, Stove. TlnwareCrock- will Boll my valuable grove at Itona- beach. J.Seabreeze M. KlKI.D Fla., going ,neoe.. i rv repairs and Improve'

III l Clothing, Wood, and Gasoline Stoves. Ing order at a bargain eryware, Glassware, Fancy Chinaware, venture, Fla., four mile south of Rock- ment. )Maoy rooms have already been
See FRA5K Voumrn, ledge, (formerly the Col. Travis' Grove.)
.
us before engaged.Hoarding
buying. Etc. _____
: For Iteut.
furnished Cottages
H Orchid Fla. Tract contains about 03; acres, twenty.
K!: PAT THE FREIGHT. 10-3 JAS. PBITCRARD A: Son,
WALKER UAHDWARB CO.TltunUJe Tltnsvllle 71a. two of which are In grove; nearly all HuuMe tiVanted.Vanted .
Fla. A Florida Shipper Guide. bearing, and all in good shape. Present Highland Park Cottage: I, at Eu Gallle

crop 2,<1CQ) boxes Good building, flu- Fla., overlooking Indian River, good a good house, suitable for a

Grower and Shipper of Trait Orange Trees for Hale. est garden to the State, soil the very fishing, boating and bunting, short distance boarding house. Must be In a first class t,

Cows For Sale. and Every Vegetable should have a Florida bMt. 000 feet front on Indian River. to Ocean Death all new and nicely position, nob far from railroad station, '

Golds. Sent to any address Choice varieties of orange and kum- Apply to John Fret on premise, or furnished, 4 :A I and 7 rooms each. Photo on Indian River Tltnsvllle pr.fered. -
of Shippers'
We have six cows for sale, the best Will good rent for the right location z
and full
particular application. pay
addreM Jbnsr KBXDIO on
for six two cent stamps, send at once to quattree Address V. C. CocnaAxr, '
our nerd and aelect for younelf.
come WM. R. Roescu.OU Send particular to BOARDING House,
L. II. O. SJOTTBOM, Reference: Welaka, Fla. 1220: Market Street,

,.;\ Hillside Dairy and Woodyard Cocoa, Fla., 8-S Miami, Ela. Almost any bust nets man on Eat COM!; Philadelphia I'a. Eau Gallle, Fla. 8-0 care ADVOCATE, Tltusvlfle, Fla


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confess flint T 'li'ifitn:, to get n little \iiloiiioMIcx ..n rermin Mall n.....)<"..
Free and new Klatrc 1 i i.being: / ent-tcd out of a Standard Electric
.shaky myself and thought/, muybe Providence fund with Tlic: fie; -11:111, : p-ntr.l" authorities who
ralwerl( In counectlon tlwHongkong Company
I Accepted \ Masons. wouldn't (pay any attention ton c-J-oiintlon celcbriulon. TriP hare' fur ,$..loIt' tai! <' I'l'i-u experlmentlnifw'tli
i llttlo burg back In the lids Hut be- ; : ;U i '"I ''ir.o1., : have ,decld: 1 to put\ ,
will be In tier
queen represented coro-
fore faith went out ruin came and< ni,dolt robes. The Htatue will l.e, of Florida.
tell It if'ffiilur '' iti-l I h'\e placed) an order ,
mo you win u gulley i' y r iv"
Indian No. 00Tltusvllle bronze and! l Ill's! size. and 1 the !peclentll I
clc'iinor! An.l) It kept conning The I'II' rr I ;, tmi.dred 'f tlw with .u ---_-- ----- ----- ------ - -
will be either of granite marble.The .
or
Stt \ I -
i' ; l i farmers I1I'IRht('ue !1. T tie umbrella !iii l I1" < ;e- tun% iiiitoiuoblle nianufartiiry -
4 River 1lnto/,\ whom the proposal( wasMibmltted
; i (lend hud nc tun I HMO for their cano I i>r. 'I, \ the I U.ilhvny: and Eugincerlagfit ", V"a t FRED E. GILBEI
through: ; the governor of I : : ;
k Lo lt''". Florida. piles nml when the 'praying brigade Hongkong readily\ his : \-Lc\v.' n Heveral I dlstrk-ta, wbererallroiuls 1iw !
t ,I 1 HolilM Its innetinip, the Huronil and fourth. Wednemluy .. wi-ut down the street people! took off Ills. gave lire scarce: mid, where' pnsHcngers \ ;Pj --
+' .1 of each. month a' their room In the irmjeHly also approved' p.rl1lll"IOll'j I .,.o:: -.A.-11O
In
their t'al1..port.,1, postal ;
) huts to It. Htlll Ol
are :>
o'clock tioii that should / 'f" : _
aelC Court I luima Titus II la. at 7ao: p. in. the statue OS-
/ ]M. S. R"ma. Wnnhlnrnl :Mauler.F. . "Xo"It you have observed, the sitmitliii Mr. AVnde. ', stages/ the horse drawn Htugecoiuhesnre .iE _
l '" F. Morgan" Sun lor Wiirdun.K. .von will notice Unit the rain also to be roplnceil'': by automobiles. ; ".. . State .
Agent! ,
? I A. Limluy Junior' Wnnliin.
G i' ;!? t J. M. I>lxon, 'fre..r..r.J. .. . hits <-<>me nil through the HIIminer Just --.-- - - -- -- --- - -- --- --- !
1''p'' l OLDS, AUTOCAKS aul: ,l HnMOtOH '
1 J. JI Carrutliern, Swretary. UM Ih''lIell.u 1 the gratifying/ thing '"
'
!A. 1 J. K. Walker Hunlnr linaison.M. .
,!, r .;. KnicllHh: Jonas Diiuoon.O. . abiiut It In that other counties bare Tized Netvous Mothers BOATS AND STATIOXAUr KXtilNI" -
1 H. Walton. Senior Htowunl. been bli'Huod. well MM I.
ours.
i i f 4 A. A. Stewart Junior Steward.. . W-I keep the largest slock in the South! . .

i s : l A. J). I'nnnuv, ('liuplalil.) Batteries, Colin D.\ names, Lamps. Morns. Write 01 ,,,, I

f iM M...1.n U.A.KnnlH Htewart: Arthur Tyler Tvnr) TRICKS OF BIG WAVES. I'liCBB. Mail orders! receive prompt attention.
Irritates
MaKe Homes-Their Condition
I Win. II. MuP-nrlund. M"rKh..l. Unhappy
--- 37-41 West Forsyth Street'I> 1'1, i

Hotitfll ICxperlftireM on the Stormy Both Husband and Children-How Thousandsof - -- -- -- - -- - yCors.surn.ers .!
fount or the Kollljr Isles.
+ UI.n o[' J .\' n There tar plenty of adventures' to :: : : !

t 1 I In the Masonh, ''IIILItor.! J.oilffo) room No. It,Titiiivlllu holds ltd moerlnus, on the bo found In photographing, the grout Prostration and Made Strong and Well.

J't' 1 4 Uric anil third Tuesdays.. In uach( inonili at 7'M:: ) waves' of the "*-11. !"'. J. Mortimer: anKnffllxliinnn
'p. m. The following are the oflli; m at the Your .tttec..tioc. t?
: : : leatio
I Chapter: : \ tells. of HOHU rough;:: experiences :

fl; Mix Kato Srnwiirt W. M. In netting pictured' of tlilu.
y
I I: a .... A.III"rJlIl1.V.I'. kind, on tho stormy count of tho Hc-llly Wo sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE
81.3 I Mrs F. A. Moricun, AxHni-tate ]M.Mr .
1 i I II. U. WIIHMII, Hurrutiiry.Mrx 1..1111111.. Ho says: "Ono' can never' trust

11 1 I $I' : ..J J.Al.Klinw Dlxon, 'rri,'C'ondiictrcpin.MIHH 'i8iiior.Mm. . tinfor" n moment. Once I wimaiidlng lvF Prices. Write for our Price List, Great

'a a 11 ('atherine/ !Hiiniii, Associate Con. $ : with lilY Illicit to n cliff on
t ,' I i :MIssIOash,1 Hundorn, Ruth.Mra. the top of which wits. M friend WhosO saver.The
money .
j ) , .t . i J. lj, Carnitliorit, Marttm.Mr ... ouNti-etihed liuud1I could<< just reticrli.AfUr .
(flg IJ ", *. M. A. Mi-rlnitcunnr Rnhhlns'i\ Kntlior.Mri << watching;:: tho HWI for KOIIIP time
a .
I + u '' (h.o.lII. ;louts
4 '1 "j I 1 C. II. Walton, Warder breaking" lit i> .111 t'o distance, I turned N Co
I ,, Enterprise Grocery
'< J M. IMxnii, Hiintlnol.J.
/; /1' . buck It for moment to reach
I ; .11; 1[. Walker .M.irnhul] my on OliO
I I, l \ J. L. Carrti thorn, Chailulu.THEi | up to my friend,, for u fresh dork slide. ,

:. ;i f, 1 Fatal inovetnent. "filial I us takingOhio's 1 7 Bridge St.eT.Leh.orl' ...

J IIi eyes from u crouching tiger! -,for : ille 1' lurida

,H no Hooner had I turned my head/ ( than
1 u wave! ilirt: <"il in and crashed with ter i iflllc I -

1 + :: I force on to lay back.' I wan nbso '! : <> ERS
JE3.Pi..1'T1'TJE :JBJ.R
: 'J : } ,,, INiME UC lately tliittencd nga'uMt! ! lima rock, all -,
,, I t, SSFI 1-llONH ;UI'I. 1'STAItLISIIE1' ; 1SHK'
lt ,
\ / breath and feeling were knocked 1 from -

I r Ill "" '14 t "! DY (pTEI USIN S lilY body, while my canu-ni was I minieil -*. W1IKSKII WINKS, GINS ASH JJKANDIKS.;
'I, : : :
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to HinllhereeiiM.' 111'111"11: nnd gIMp-] -
,*,0.,Ii'"' .' I lug; I could only totter hotuo to h.I., / rJ. ene.sle/"l'u1"'Y ..41rJChas: 1"own Express Prepaid. Lemp's Beei.KnlHtalT -.

1I ,dl Ii and two diys were, puiHod !before I .. Full Quart lIeaKII, ro. 4 Qtx II Qts lli lltK .. Het-r. . ,. /IAttnnting
: A Irritable mother, often :Mrs. Chester Curry, Leader of thoLadles' .. ... Extra. PaloStnnilnnl .. .. ..... ,
.' was lit venture out ugalii. nervous on t huh Rye . $2 OB $4 fln $7 III) I III:'
''''II I II 'I the verge of hysterics, is unfit to care Symphony Orchestra 43 Saratoga N"|."",. C'oilllty li>0.... . . ... 2 l Im l 4 28 7 BO . . . . .. 11
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4( r I 'I qr "Then there win anothc-r udroi for children it ruins child's StreetTiiist Boston, Mass., {writes Monitirrani n'o.. .. .. . .. .. .. .. ..3 10! 4 Oil H (far "''alt.eur..dltrk. :,1
\ ; a disposition ...... .. .. . ( ullnrA"r.lmpurt.I ,I taro Mr. Mortimer Hainm'B"44" llyeKtnlul .376 a Ml 0 /5(1(
,
"tf"/" ,I Hiiy again l'iIIN' and reacts upon herself. The Dear Mrs I'lnkham: I l>ropaMult .... . .. .. ...4011 1 \JISOIlOIl]: 1 I IliiRH Ale. i>iitta ... . . . . I II
d f j : '/ r 1 ('(1 1 by II ropo l I man who wan too ('III.tleNM. !- trouble between children and their For eight| roars I Wits troubled withex- UhlHkvyI'i'nch .. .. . . .. .. . 3 711 6 Oil I U DU(1 Uuliiom Stuutdlllta . II
N r rI '"I 1 Ilo hid l lowered, nit down it nai mothers too often is due to the fact treme nervousness anti hysteria,brought; on byirregularities. llranilv. . . .. .... .. . :3 ,78, a OUD II Oil Bulk Goods, Jugs Free-Not

II I'J'1'0"ll'1' a 'chimney,' 'im It IM (ctillei. that the mother has some female weakness '( I I could neither. enjoy life nor Apple!; Hranily.: dill I :::: : :::: :: : .. . .2.aMollHIliI HII 4 no 2ft 7 11 'a Bll l lI Prepaid.

I,'! (, and having Keen me safely conic to, and she is entirely nnflt to bear anti ttlitop desIm nights ndrn; t. was very irritable nervous ,'.."..v..UIIl.. . . .. .. . . . . ..3711 11110JIIII "Al.ftO' l1..n..I-It.o> file| Corn, "nk
H .n.nI the strain her that North Carolina' .. Corn..2. US 4 (IHI) 7 HOI ( : : ,
sI 'OlUltll1t the bottom, he calmly tlire-\ upon nerves govern- "tydiii I'::. Pinktmm's Vegetable'( Compound Mountain ('IIrll .. .. . ..... .. .375rnnialia / 1111(1( I Il) /M) WJ.no! prr .(tlul-lte din lorn H I: IUI.
I//' ing children involves; It is impossiblefor was recommcniloii, and proved to be the only .. ... .. .. .. juulltv.
I II P 1 the down to 111111 olTnever Itniii . . .2 HIMeillord 0& 2ft 7 M 4K3.no! ; per; Gill, C, it
(1..I-l1y. ti BoI
i n rope\ ( me went her to do anything calmly. remedy that helped HIM. I have doll'improved Hum' . .. .. .. . . 3 TIS 1H'( U Ml for. the ,
I I0't'
) "I1ta,: : thinking that lie might be required The ills of women act like a firebrand in health until I am now strong I Ian rape Hnunly! . .. .. ., .. ... .. .. . .J;: 71 n (on U all *! :l.no per money U..I l ."44" Rye. 1'en'" AI I'*
11 to haul me up ugiiln. Ono upon the nerves consequently nine- .! well, and all nervousness has deep King 1' of Kentucky llrairlion. .. .s: ".8 n on I) Al") Itrunily. Aluflnweil by Age
I IIrt, X
CORN SAVED BY PRAYER glanco nt the .Hen' told! me that I was I Iu III i tenths of the nervous prostration" nervous peered Mrs. Charles P. Brown, Vice-Presi ," I.' .

1 mo,+t d.ingeroiH( \ 110' MIii/11. The tide despondency. "the blues sleep- dent of the Mothers' Club 21 Cedar ------- -

was coming In and) would noon !Je lessness arise and from nervous irritability of Terrace (Hat. Springs Ark., writes : 11I40-1SI5H West Adams!! St. Jacksonville, 1'la
women Home derangementof
t'l welling up the chimney, and, only hy Dear Mra. I'lnkham: -- -
the female
l Why Missourian Believes Providence of the chimney could I organism. I dragged( through nine years of miserable
wuy escape Do fits of depressionwith
existence worn out with pain and nervousness
tl 'A ,1 Was Good to Missouri All Intentions of taking! / photograph;:: 1 restlessness, alternating with until it "ClUed as though 1 should 11 y. .AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAk&h4A&AAAAA. AAAAl1AAAAAAAIAAAAIs
a4t'r threw to the wind and 1. after Hliouliiit extreme irritability? Are your spirits I then noticed a statement of a woman trou- .,

till I wan hoiii-He, I began the upward easily affected so that one minute yon, bled an I was end I the wonderful results shederived I//
from Lydia E. l'lnkhum>! Vegetable
laugh and minute feel
the next
EFFEOT or A PUBLIC PETITION climb unaided elbow work of the like ? you Compound I dot-Mod< to try !it. I did HO, and 3 ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE :
crying
stiffeMt! kind. The ('hllllllewa.J; iou< ) fejhigh at the end of three months I was a diirerent
like ball ris-
Do you feel something a woman.f all
f
f nervousness was 11:0110.1: was /
r and I spent the rent of the
day ing in your throat and threatening to no longer irritable and my husband full in
; The A|'pnl by I'erMiina In W.llM. lii getting' to the tol.uothcl' ( ; all the senses perverted, love with me all over again." i

vllle, 1IIo., I-I.P 4*<.uil OrotvloKAWiitlipr ".\ time the promptitude\ of II morbidly sensitive to light and sound ; Women should remember that Lydia

W.WC' / I 1 } Was Aiiimrre liy CoplouiiSlioirrra : friend In trying to Have my life cost pain in the ovaries. and especially E. I'inkham's Vegetable Compound is LUDDEN & BATES !

111f) Barr II. 11. 'furn.rUae.T..n uie U valuable outfit. I was photographing between the shoulders ; bearing down the medicine<< that holds the record for f
dyspepsia and almost the greatest number of actual cures of
pains nervous
;
t .." ( from the bane. of u cliff!, 01
i Olt to the "Prnylnw IlrlKii t 1' i continually cross and snappy ? female ills and take no substitute.
F 1 1y the top\ of which stool my friend Hold- If so, your nerves are in a shattered Free Advice to Women.
",\14 n dli-oc-t I'CHiilt of u formul public lug the rope trJ which I waa attuched condition, and you are threatened with Mrs. Pinkhaiu, Lynn, Mass, invitesall PIANO CLUB !
+ appeal\ [ to I'l'DVlili'iK-B for goof! corn Aloug came u line WU\' /that would nervous prostration. sick women to write to her foradvice.

- < + 1 i growing weather, us I firmly licileve! have made u magnificent! study. WhileIt Proof IH monumental that nothing In Mrs. I'inkham's vast experience with ...,

d the Htiite MlMMom-i' will this year produce wax jet fur distant, a Hiiddou Ul*. the world !It better for nervous prostration Female troubles enables her to tell ...,

b tho Most. nUiitidiint i-iirn crop iu trust of It entered my frlenU'H! soul! than Lydia I:. Plnkharu's Vegetable you just what is best for you, and New i
} ail its hlHtory. It IM no ni-Kiiineiit for and 1 while I was stooping over njthliigi >' Compound ; thousands, and thou- she will charge you nothing for her 3 Introducing and Advertising the ,
lf( skoptk-H tn iiHwrt we would liuve had sands of women testify to this fact. advice

a good, i-oi'ii Hi'UKoii aim. ilO V. Jour of warning/ on! the, he ground gave u without mighty a Jerk word to Ask Mrs. Pinkham's AditeWoman Best Understands a Woman's Ills. 3 Scale 8400 Lnddcii & Bates Piano

1 started In dlMtrcMHliiKly unfuvOI'n lo. It the rope and hauled uie Into tho air.Ildhgliuglwlplessly . -- _ ___ I
look'llIII.\ .(> crop would lie a total fail = to Club Members at
I it, \ uuublu to cry out ,
I : ure. A $;'M'c''lul prarrr niwtlng wns" or- I was forced to watch that One wave IF YOU WANT A... 1f
r Kiuil/.od nt WclNvlllf, curiiOHt liivofii-
roll quietly In, 1 break with. great ('f.ft'l.t -- -- ------- - - ----- - --- -- .
deaf for relief wer Hcut nnd the
I' I up
of foam and us" 'quietly go olT
LI{ rain tannVe hare u right/ to Judge" .
$287.
with all m :
npparatiiM.(
Er} 9 by roHiiltH, tho siiiu-t-iuu\ text of all (-nilouvor. Lot j
't 9' } 1 "I once! hud an awful full when UoHccndiug .Building
i ii i
. ::
a steep bit of cliff on St. /
Tin olmcrvotloii' wns uuido by Hurry Pay $10.00 at Joinicg: then $8.00 Month 8 Per Cent Interest
Agnes I wim clambering! down, very :: a ,
,n ;; 1'' Lt l K. Tumor, n 1S'ellvlilo (Mo.) pdltor,
sny a Mncou (Mo.) dlspntt'h. \ to the much Inciimbored by my cnmeruWhich .. or a lot with\ n HUIMINO HEADY FOR OCCUI'AXCY, 41
KQIIHII: City Stiir. lie U. a member allowed me to cling on with one :: Pianos Delivered nt Depot for Shipment UM Soon
band I LAND KOK AN OIt NON OUOVE, 5
only
supported( \ by toes knees
811 i' of the ('lIlIIhl'rllllllII'r"Hloylt'rlll\l rhurcliIn :: UK Application Is Accepted. Quarterly Yearly /
I I Ip hH town. 1<'or iniiiiy yenreIr.. Turner and elbows, when Huddenly a rut I'INEAPl'l.K] ANTATIO.VorTUL'CK GAHDE24Wi : :: Payments can be Arranged to Suit Crop and
i from hole !
leaped u lit the rock brushed
I t tins been u devoted l proinulgiltor, of > probably have for mile just what.you are necking.feortlcrs Other Condition) 1
the doctrine of prompt) dlvlno respoiiMe against my face and landed on my 1
A / I i to faithful prnyrr. He siild' ) : hand. Now, I didn't, know that rats nre (locking In but still. there in room. If you an

"The fanners, of Montgomery: ooiui- Inhabited' the rock and my surprise looking this way, drop a line! to
t i at thin! unexpected discovery. hi IIiItUI'III T1i'rew Scale Ludden
ty hud tnit out nniiKiinlly Large\ crops : Yit'I'.l'rtollident. $400
k JAS. E. INGRAHAM
the early port of this year and) were history, combined with the Ntart( 1 gavewhen f

1 {Mil hoping for a I bountiful harvest. Hut thu rat touched my bund caused. LOKIDA EAST COAST U'Y, .

.}f' 1 ns tIle weeks pntmed. l by mid there wore mo to let go my hold and to full a

I uo I Indications of role It !became evident distance. of thirty feet. I lauded ou ST. AUGUSTINE. FJL.A. & Bates Piano

the 1'11I'1WIIM destined I to liu n total my camera case, 1 breaking! up my out - -- -- --- - - - - -- .
failure and thnt other crop would fit iid" completely as the sea Itself f

i {, : be cut mournfully short. Thu blnxliiK could have desired.'' ; ;: i ?J.i: .l. t-\'H fv1:;: m .:: ,' f

kl ; nun wim Hhrlvollnjf) ovorytliliiK green :: GANN2T BE DUPLICATED ELSEWHERE FOR Mut\ :

; mid bilking I tier enrth. Our pastor, the A Kliiic and Ills Amvrlruii Tutor :: LESS? THAN DOUBLE THE CLUB? PRICE OF v':

j f I ]ter. J. 11. "-hltl'. and I talked the matter 1:11110lfoU"I: ) of Spain I \ Is HtudyliiKAmerican. A6NlflUl PItOnODS .K f 1

over with the other ministers of Ills t tutor is Italph, Kay of i ; f f 1

i tho plnee nail It wn. ,decLUnl the Hiirost", Lancaster "111., u boy of lilt own age f 1t 1

way to avert the Impending 1.11 hi 11I1- who Is having the time of his life at Life often seems too long to the woman who suf- ..., We have them for Immediate delivery. Call\ and nee the"if :

ty woe to hold n union prayer meeting./ the Spanish! (court saya Hnl'l>t'I"tojt''k. fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing- : not convenient to call, write for Booklet II, which will give III',(> o. S
( 1S'o hud mi rxcollont: prl..Ia'nt i In the ly. When young Hay was" in the high;;
t rA down headache backache leucorrhea :: formation. They are especiallj adapted to this climate :
? proclamation\ of (Jo>eriior 0, II. liar.t school he acquired a smattering/ of nervousness,

t, l din In 1S74. Which i-alled for fasting Spanish, so' that. tmbsequcntly be wasenabled > 1 dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are ': The scale In as near scientifically correet as Is possible In piano' '> :

t and tiriiytT throughout\ the state that /' to talk with u Spanish' nobleman dreadful. To make life worth living, take Rg Ing-evenly balanced which is responsible for Its wonderful tone Ill

r t tIle ffrimnhoppor, ) plague might be r v who was visiting tho Chicago :: soul of the piano. Double repeating action, the touch Is light' meim i
; moved. stock yards, where flay had begun to
,, :: easy. Very attractive case design in Fancy Mahogany; Walnin :
"Therw wore some very Rood churchinoinliori work ns n bookkeeper. In the course
English Oak. Those who Scale *IIO< I.muienA
have examined the New :
of tho
who ndvNed against ninklnR conversation he manifested so
I t a )public upppnl. their argument/ lWo'lnjC'' much Interest In tho young king that ''Vineof@rdQjWoman's ::: Hates, say they are the best | IX( values Ifa the feouth. The profesii"

y thnt !should! wo fall nliinor would jeer this nobleman made Inquiries regarding f tells us they have the tone of a Grand. They look like *'><)M piano :

) : anti unlipllpvvrt.
?K Y+y G;' vnys worit than (>vor."lint his: royal wister. The result was i: the Clubls: limited to one hundred, and all\ our Stores 1\"' rS
ReliefIt
,I ;I' w., will not fall!' o\clalm l th;> employment of young; Ray to co.icli : :: take memberships.. ADDRESS: :; e

i Pastor "-hit!'. ''''t' will not oven think limo boy king; American language, .f, p

: of falllii!' especially (,1t1ll\lllu.1\ customs. Judging! quickly relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches 4 -- -- 5

1 l t ""'1'11. prayer) meeting night,: came, from his Il'UerholU!.', which are sent the blood strengthens the constitution and

tll111.were though out, It wan hut etnnpurullvely most) tMithuslastloKnthorliiR. few around been road t to the at the neighbors ho.ise, after the monarch baring permanently cures all diseased conditions from which

{tp 1 M1 / KverylMKly; spoke, nnd, everybody and the democrat hit It off very well weak Avomen suffer.It II: Ludden & Bates S. M. H16 I
Indeed.Flr I. ,
h i enid wu'd Intro rnlu. Ho wn.i is matchless, marvelous reliable.At .

; absolutely certain about It. There was !
t h y not n weak UueitliHl brother prt'scut. .t Statue t. lucre AlrxnnUrn.The all druggists' in $1.00 bottles. and 13 Julia ,
l first public statue of Queen Alex.
.4
i4 t "For several days' after the meetingtho 551 p
' lIuI""t threat Britain WIM recently WRITE US A SUFFERED: GREATLY I Jacksonville Florida. :
+91'' ''ti', nun Journeyed along Its fiery way\ commissioned -
: says the London! 12xpros ,
with ever liii-rt'iisinit/ fury. Some of freely and frankly In strl 11\\I. L. E. Clevenger of Belle-' f e
*.
13.;
) ieorge Wade the well
1 the townspeople carried, umbrellas to den e, telling us all your N. C., "at my monthly periods 41
1 Joke the 'pniyliij brigade' Hut to known .sculptor. has been tUoseii: to Oo troubles. We will send free Tenn."I life, but the first bottle of Car- TYTTTYYTTYYYYYYYVYYYYYYYVYYV' i'Y YYiY Y7 W ivtYf111711rOLEY'SlONEyAriTAR
t f the work. The) destination of the !ntutut pi Jin' sealed envelope). me wonderful relief and now
i' ( t t the farmer it wns not a laughing mat > U Hongkong! which has already i dies' AJvHory Df'pt.' ,The better health than I have been c
J ii l j 1 ter." They could only nee ruin ahead given commliwlons for tttatues of Kins AVeJicine Co., Chattanooga time"

C' ) l ',' 'I MUll became gluouiler dq by dad, I Edward:: and the Prince of ',"ul"s. The I EDLEYSI IBI
N1g
f.r cia"......., as f.. .No .,.1.... Olakas KI411eys nod Ci3Jdcl';

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EAST COAST ADVOCATK, NOVKMBKU(: 3, taus. 3

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rofossionnl Oard.3.; proveI: road niwlilnpry. A mod'-rn

I KOADMAK1XGPOINTS( rind niK-liliio: "ll 111 l build 11 perfect dirt ROADMAKING MACHINE. 1 Faints; that crack peel and fade *
road l out of any kind of soil. A nvi:

EO. M. ROBBINS, SOME: ESSENTIALS IN BUILDING OF chine uii'l four horses can .1\"t'R> w \'- Maine Mun'K n..rlp..n 5.ceea.of On.. II* I ( before their time are "dear" at anyprice

oral mlk of road In n duy. Pond 11x. feed With i .
ATTORNEY: AND COUNSELOR DIRT HIGHWAYS. graders: and rollers ore the modern In- L. E. :Moor"of: SrtxH-, Me doscrlbesns
nmlwono.nlenl follows In Kami I*rogress M machine :
ATLAW.ill Ten tloll" necessary to permanent Lucas Paints
IC.7. tot Sa.'", ,.',.. IJe. In irahnge onO poiwtrwtlon. Two ni" n that he has successfully Md In

practice in State and United States CnaatnnlV..lt lHulvr-.._IVTJ: wool with two tnu)9) can build more roadsin making goof ro".) Ho says. (Tinted Gloss)

(Court.. o/ Road MUixilil !.. Graded 8:1 the one day with n trader niul roller Take two hanlwotnl planks :l! by 10 I

Office at TITUSVILLK, FLA. .WaterVHI Itun .\Wft,.. than fifty mm win with picks niulshovoN I inches and t) feet long. Taper the are economical from every point of view.

nail Oo It more uniformly and points so!I the hind end will spread live I They not only cost less than other paints I

C. T. ColTman county Judgi of lulaskl moro tl1orol1/ohl3'/ foot. 'l'h1tukR tt 2 by 4 Joist", IIn.Jpln.1t but go farther, wear longer and hold !
'
1 roadIwtking
L. GAULDEX 'ouuty.1'10.., vriUm' of -
1 utiwilllns to oloij thin. 11ol1"1'without two-thirds the wily buck nod
uin
and Its ReiitIaU In tho Good) J their color and beauty longer. They give
oxpvomins mym-if: as bfius spike) t'over with four inch lionnN,
ATTOUNKT-AT-LAW, Uo.'uls) Muizlue: I nays: a bigger money's-worth of all-around satisfaction -
heartily in favor of wide tires tnI'watol1 leaving/ one Inch) space l>etwi>i>n 'l'1..1II
the Courts of the Stat The key to succeHS In making earth Narrow' I I than other paints ever made.
,111prectlo.In&II) rnrrylrs heavy lontN. tuho thr"'i> Inch sled uiul, fiice both any
I-l.irlila' and the United State. Courts.Buz roads Is tlraluage and constant watch .t lees aid water hi dpstroylns, utrccnand sides, allowing It to extend one Inch Ask your dealer. ,

+ ,835. TITUSVILLK FLA. tulll..M9.'ah'l will ruin any earth rends.Vlde tlrt-s arc road buliil- John Lucas & Co Phlladelphla'ssold .,
road It allowed to stand thereon.Drainage ors. They roll nnd harden the surface:

that will curry away the I loudod IIMHHIIPH. lu
J. WEBB add every wiiffou/
water that falls on the road is absolutely effect a roiul rollor. Nothing so nuicti 1 by .JIIoI. l>rltlmr.l .V Son, Tltimvlllo! )".

ATTORJTEY-AT-LAW Itp,',...""1')'. Little breaks lu a tends to improve a road n.t ('on"llIlItI'olllult 7IIOADMAKI.MI

nil practice In the Courts of the 7th road may be repaired little cost, but of Its !111r fw.: .. \'''dl' tires ant I,

cult. Taxes paid for non-residents If allowed to go on any length of time only Improve life mirfnop of roads, hIlt Hodges a O'BaI a
will Into niudlioles and these !leol
1 rents 1 and accounts collected. grow under ort'.ln.i.y: : c'livnuiHtniwes ,

l18VILLE. FLOKIUA. holes will develop into ahuoxt Impaxs- power 1 IR rpijnlriil to pull It wagon 01 ...MaiHiliioinit'iH! mid Doalfru in...
able mire. Frequent. Inspection anti tt which wide) tires. ore niuil.

little work will keep the roads", in good Kough I
D. PENNEY, and CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
AUTOS AND GOOD ROADS.Inflavnrr PreHNid

ATTORNEYATI.AW.U8VILLIC -- 'n Orange Hox Mcmtx) Fruit nod) Vegetable Crates loul.lluIIIl'hlnjleM:: etc.
of llornrlrii AVnitunx
*
Mills and otlloo loomed. Ito tTalu bin IT, Fla. Write us' fur prices' deliveredto
FLORIDA.I the )ink hue sit lllicli%'M.Tho any 1'III.tot tha titate. Addmm : llodnes & O' I Inns. !Hiiffnlo Blot!. Fla.
1,7.hq'N1 orowulnc glory of niituuiobll
11 I practice In all the courts of the 7th '
touring, lio\\ ever lies In tin ilctiiiiU'! 9

Judicial) Circuit. It has vrcntexl In IIIIII/I\.t.. of the +worli! MACHINE.

where motor i-urx tare lit>!iiK! u- ">.l fo) F. H.vLhlzna.n des Co.
bolo and
below the wood. Horn( n ono
IAMESJE.ATTO. lAND HEWS, l>loilMluo or business imrpoitM' for. KJIKrxuidrt
a half liu-lu'H III diameter two feet
wrltiM II. I'. Hun-holl lu the. Out :Washington" ht. ( NKW- YORK.
from tho otul.TaUe .
RXE -LAW, lug! Mae-izluo. here. In .\11I1'1'1"1II.J n rattle i-lmlu live foot long
.
fiNii.l'' iiKovfiuont wails ivct'iiycnrj
good ---- ---- --
{(County Judge of St Lucie County.FourjriBUCK with ono hook and PIIHH through both
of .
h..n bi-i-otiu1 a <|Uii"Uoa u.i
sides, and n t.ttn'h the chain to u
tloual Iuqo"tlutce.Vltlt, thu exception
FLA. \ Plow rand the
two borne I'voner. the Pineapplesand
of u few stall's: notably New .1'rH..y
width wanted; then take bacillus mid ,
tint! M\"II'IIIJ -otts. the subject of biMtor
drive the hone in last furrow
near
'TEPIIEX E. FOSTER,
roud'ta.s the lint thought that
plo\V(>d, the driver standing on the Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
gave the leal*In tors the least. trouble.
ATTOKNKY-AT-LAW . machine. I have made IIoue.t.'ry nice
III
1"11.lIloUJohll) Club of Anierlcn
Jyal-Upchurch Building, Jax. Its younger tlnjrt expiMiili-d: u troiueii roads with this miichlnei; nlxo used represent several of tli. )laigost shippers In your Stale, mid wish", to represent
DAD VltAIX/LOB FATAL TO GOOD KOAI>S.repair It fur bedding wet laud, with Rood rev
JAOKSONVIM.K, FLA. Uous ainouiit of iii'Kmi'flitiitlve eutrgy'In you also.' Give us. n trial shipment. Kstnldished 30 :years
and nt little Earth suits
expense Mn'purtirliiff to convince the law-
roads are to wear lu ruts and .
prone -----
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makorx'' of New York that money( esponded
when hollows and ruts> begin! to make busl KHTAIIL1HIIK1I: INTO.
GENERAL DIRECTORY. Oil jt.II'o\lh was a good CANADIAN ROCK ROAD.One .
their appearance on the surface they ness", investuipiit Their npppiilx brought,: -- - - .

U. 8. SKNATOR8.I should be Immediately filled, because out u few tboiirtand dollars, soumwhagrudffliiKly : That \V.. a. lend a.. New After

I ttillaforro. ,. . . . . .. .. .. .JaoMonvi'lle. a hole which could be tilledlth! U Klvou./ Finally the getter.Qua TMrvnty-flv, Iritrw' Wmr M. Lane & Son
I It. Mallory, . .. .. . . . .. . . reumicola. shovelful of muterlnl would soon Deed Bum! of $IIS(5A) ( ) was npproprlatod. "Speaking' about rock roads" suld ,

U. 8. CONGRESSMEN.rink u cartful. The time honored custom 'and at the forthcoinlnir election u (imstlttitloiinl Thomas Jobsoii of Macon Mo.?, to u

Clark..... . .. . .. . .. ... i.Itke. City. of waiting until the toad: has lost Ha iiineiidnipiit will bu prpseut Kansas. City Star reporter "I remember 2SO: WASHINGTON STUKKf: NEW YORK:

[rm.,+I.:11..Lainar:.. ::::.. . .. .. :. .. ..: Montluelio; shape or until the Kiirf.Vo has become ed to tho voters provlillu-j that the an old Canadian road built by lilY
full of holes or ruts should never be state' may bond Itself 1 for $;;5.OKO() ()( for fnthcL.ln IWill. Hu took the contract
U. 8. LAND OFFICE
8. Cltllhh.! . . . .. .. .... .... . ..R"irlHter.f. tolerated.Water ten years' for tho building of Improved from the municipality of St. Catherines Southern Fruit and Produce
U. Kohlnnon.. .. . . . .Receiver.Otiluea la u l'OUI'J10"t ,'stl'uctlveClIplU3" Avngon roads.Agitation to build u three inllo rood through u
at GameevUle. Florida.EXECOTIVE It has been said of It that It
has: been \productive of elm town tluit would outlant anything

UEl'ARTMENT. Is n coward and will rftu +vbenevergiven liar ,,0.1 results In tilhor sides! (}nveruor hitherto constructed, In that cuu.itry.
'; Oorc.rrl.locloc.: : : : : IMIorcla.cxrx.ts.: :
I.ipoluon n. Hrnwan .. . . . ... .. ..Oovoinor.
1 Clay Crawford, . .. . . ..Secretary of State a cLmiii-i livery foot of road I>ene<'n of Illinois gave a innrkmIllustriitlon ,( Ho begun by grading an oval base
i.V. .Knott,. .. . .. . .Treamirer. should! be graded HO the water will of Uio 'owiig deinniid for Ubout as they do now. Then ho took
k'. . .. . . ., FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
If. Kill* :: ;: .AttorneyUeneralComptroller. run and not stand. Karth la ,
i l lonzo C. ('roomI : : : '' away better roudx ill tlie westben, In his cobblestones" averaging xl.( Inches long
I K. JlcLIn,.. ... .CominlHHloner i Agriculture.I ;;:: moro susceptible\ to (tile action of water last message"' bn made a strong plei and three or four Inches w tile) and set
1. M Hollow...'... ..Hupt. I'tlltlln liiHtrurttiin. and more easily dissolved and HtenclU, Cards and our quotations furnished! on application.WE .
for the ,Uture of and them end tile clone
i. Clifford K. .'oeter..AdutanbOenerab' ( : i'!'u \ moro money on on rlllulhl..I.'I'y
nhn Itra'lford' ,. . . . ...Surveyor-General, moved( by it thnu any other road, material careful thought; upon road building together. Then u man would go over -- ----
I. K.: Hone..... . . . . ... . Stare Chemlnt. and for this reason too much
(moot Ami ... . ... .. . ..State' Examiner, Ills statement' fliat bnrely 2 per Put ot the stones with a hummer and knock
Ofllocs at TullnneneeFlurida.. attention cnn hardly be given to drain- Ibo Illinois rains were suitable for off tho sharp points that extended too WANT I EVERY GROWERIN

FLORIDA LEniSLATURE. ago of such roads. A bud road can traffle at all periods of the year was no high.

Iliidann, Miami, .. .. .. .... . .Senator, often be changed; into a good ono by exaggeration; / and Hcores of other state' "Tho next course was what they THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS I
K UluiHtea, Fort I'lerce .. .R...prai
SUPREME; COURT JUnOER.I. good road may soon be ruined for Departments of highways have been stono which would go through, n ring ,"KLOUIUA VKOKTAIUKS.: : complete manual on Floi Ida) Crops.

ftl.H. . . . . . . ... "Fi.ORIIA OKANOKS." A book of )
Maliry Chief Jtmtlce.T. want of rnlnlllt. A great many country established! In California Idaho, Mlnnesota. an inch lIu.lnlwlf in diameter. An Inspector special IntermIt to Orange Growers.
.I'error .. . . . . Annotate Juxtlce.
b.F Taylor .. . . . .. .... .. .' roads lire concave, the center being I1i! >4I1ItIPJ1I.! :MIxHoiirl.' Oregon went over tho work with sucha "'fl.OUIDAJSTItAWJIKUKIKS.' on ":-lull. Varieties Cultivation

RAILROAD!,COMMISSIONERS; the lowest part, and others are too Tennessee, North ('t'arolluu Nebraska ring and threw out all pieces which and l Fertilization.: "

.scrum" II. Ilrowne chalriuan.. ....Key Went : tint on top to abet( water. It has been and In cevernl of the eastern, states 111 : would not past, through This metal) "HUSH) t'01'ATOES.-Uooklet on "Moll, Heed!, IManllng and Cultivation Kf-

1 Hudson:!U. Hryan: purr. .'. ,: . . "': : :::: ::Little,alealn1111Pe.laolnnu.t. Ulver.: : said that roads tbe three prime essentials to which the good roads movement ban. was evenly distributed over the cobblestones feetnf FertlllKem, IIgginiiandShlpping.

||t. C. Dunn, clerk. . . ... .... . .. gjod are first drtilunge; second Inngtilsboit.; Florida recently appropriated and rolled with a 7011< > pound "PI N J A I'I'I.R FKUTIMXKIM.): "-Of special) interest to Pineapple Growers
Headquarter and oiHceH at TallahaHMue .'Ia.CmCL'l'r better drainage\ and, third, the best .noO)0:: ) ) for gaud ronds, and it roller. The 11 mil course was gravel.
"I1I1 Ar. l<'l'ltTJr.ZEHlok/ showing all our dllYerent Brands, Analysis
,
drainage possible.
COURT.jMlnor is confidently) predicted, that within n This was much finer than the metal
8. Jones, Tltimvlllo.... .. .Circuit Judge It Is necessary that roads should! be short time there will not bo u state In amt tilled every crack. It was' then Price Etc.
Cxioneni Orlando,. ...
lI..rluII'Tern-Fourth. , Monday ProHeriitlntr March.; Attorney. hard smooth. comparatively level and tile Union that will not tunnlfest a lust well rolled.Vtltn so treated tho surface Now nnd revised udlttons of the above just publl liod, sent free for the tasking
Fall farm-Fourth Monday In October." fit for use at nil ...seasons that they pride In the Ini'r1'u.ving mileage of its of the road won its smooth nod
HREVARD should be properly )located and con roads nil the round. WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY
COUiSlY! COURT. good! year hard as could be. Tim road was some ,

D.Penney.. . ... .. .. ... ....County Jmlfre structed the ground well drained the thing of a novelty up In ('aimdn In JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
'. L.(laiildon,.. .. . .Proo eutllllf Attorney.A.Mtowart roadbed graded loped and rolled and ,
!' .. . .. .. . . ...(ucntyClotk EXCELLENT ROAD RULES those dnys. There was u great deal) .
that should! bo with the
they surfaced -- -- -- ----
Hprtn Term-"flonil Monday In May. of heavy hauling through St. Catherines,
Summer Term-Second Monday In Autfunt best material procurable. Good roads
Fall Term-Sean nil Monday. Novomber., Plan .>. Allegheny f'onnly, I'n., to anti many previous attempts hud, been
cannot bo built and maintained with-
Winter Teriu-Hevond Monday In Kebruary llve Co.l nt Yearly Ilrpulrn. made to secure a permanent rondway,
out proper tools to do tho work. A LinesSPECIAL
COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD. Allegheny county I'u., having gone through town."I Mallory
I. R. . .. portion of the road tax of each district
| Walker Superintendent Tltusvllle.fcloinlip lo the expense of building nomo tine was up there twenty-live years
._K. 11. Arnold Malahar. ; n. K. Mima, should. be! used_ .yearly! In buying_.ImaA I now roads! Is taking adequate inoiiM- after father's old rond was built and) _
Konaventure| J. A. Carter Turnbull.
urea for their iirmervatlon. The board found It In almost nn> good I condition
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.! !' :
1 of coinnilHsloiierH' met recently and) ns !It was vhen I first saw It. The
It. A, Conkltngehnirman, TMIman Win. R. PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS
IWaiker, Tltusvllle; John K. Moot, inlI"oola; adopted a set of rules and regulations people said' they had iniiilc a number
I-'I., F. Woorcn, Cocoa; 'r. J. Cockihutt, Law goer tho enforcement of which will greatly of attempts to construct similar road. ,
mnlt". WMIDII Largest and) most thoroughly equipped passenger steamships the
on coast.
Regular leiulonii. are held IIrut Monday In each ::; N eE reduce the cost of annual repairs Says but had never Nucfcmled In building

0Ilta. ( is- the Auto Advocato-nnd Country Kernel. one that would stand. <) the tnst of time -NO OVKnCUOVVDlNO

HREVARD COUNTY OFFICERS. g.8 They are as follows! : and henry, tropic Ill) well" 8TATEnooMS ARE rOSITIVKLY GUARANTEED these
\. D. Penney, Tltunvllle ;I. .. ... . County Jiulfre.OHiil.leu . S.tD ""'h..re tho land does not etI',1 IMPORTANT on
D. I.. Tittiitville;I. .. ...., .I'ros A tt'y. i chips, tie tut tickets will be sold).! to exceed the number of berths
A A. Stewart TltiiHvllln ,. . ., .County Clerk. DoS '=' J.r/lO pounds' the tire shall not hn )less the
or waling of Halls thus
I' A, .. ,,, capacity Dining Insuring nil passengers. Indlvlduu
.McMillan, Pan (lallle, .T AHHemuir.Tax than two nnd one-quorter Inches broatl."Where .
t.. W lIali. . . .. .. C'olleutnr [ IX.ural service aunt) attention.
Notes r
-''.hi. Henry Ttt'UtVllI"I. .. .. . .Treasurer 0w the loud exceetls), 1Lsl' J Delivery j jORItihonm
.1..It. Walker:, Tltunvllle. . ...Superintendent ... i pounds but not 4.1XH pounds, the tires I
1.i'0 FrliM, Tltimvllle . . ..... "
; <;ounty Surveyor. 1'AS.SENOEHH LEAVE JACKSON VI MK EVERY
l1.ItrnwnTiUrevtile' .. .... .. .... . 1'1' ,..,.1 If. shall. not bo )less tlnm three and one XIIIDAT.
SP 8. v.; ,cooed, TltuivllIe..RegliitratlonOrnoer uuurtor Inchoi trond.Mi now ban CIK:t rural free delivery (See Hohediile) of .Ships In Florida) Tllnc.-Unlon;
TITUSVILLB. TOW COUNCIU "\ .'re the land exceeds 4.00O routes In operation and. (K 11) petitions -

E E.: IMIlliin.;mayor: Vanwnrleytnar.halandtax < pounds, but not B.OOO pouuiN. the tlrtf.i! on 111... I LOWEST RA'I'ES'fO! NI YORK ANr. ALL l'OIN'I'.NO: )
I collflctori R. R. 1'ylim, clerk and treasurer shall not bo less than fourInches broad. On July 1 there were.ors rural) tree I 1'I1.
lm Henry tux assessor; .1. It. Walker IT. A. InuIudlrigdellKlntiil), ) UAYMOIIT HAIL, I through the
Mnrn.in J. L. (.arrutlt....... W. S. Brannlnir and ag ( ">\ ...ra the load exceed C.UX( ) delivery l'l.ml. III operation In the
"II, II Pritchardeouncdm.*n The council meets. Q) & pounds the tires shall not be less. than United Ktatex t. or 7-JiC more than/ nt FAMOUS:\ 4'MKA ISLANDS: "
nntTueHday In each month. ; moO
| TITU9VILLK c: s. nix lathes brand. the corresponding period lust year.Tlie .
BOARD OF TRADE.
o M. Rohhlng, prenldent t M. Dlxon. treanI "No person shall use a chain or any pay of rural free delivery carriers Through ilotcatu Hold In all northern point For full Information regarding at.
I .nrer. J. U. Hint, mioretary. Mwtii nenond WednmtiaT o iii' a other than a steel shoe 'deud lock on has been liHTPHKi-d from ,:'UX to tractions olTered' Sy no other line; diagrams, reservatlnR, tlckats, etc., apply to

night In each month at their room ; spaa the Maid Improved county rou<1M. $UTilo:: u yen r, ARTHUR W. PIE. Passenger Agent, 214 West Bay Sreet Jacksonville Florida..

: g "S() person shall willfully place dirt Less than nine year ago the first ---- -.-_ .- _.-. .
WALTON SELF-LOCKIXO BLOCKS, .g en stone, rubhlxli or tld>rln of uny kiwi oil rural free delivery route was entubUbed. - - -- - -- - - ----- --- ----

Talented all countries. Only tackle esh a I i (if aid improved county roads. or In any" Now there are 32ooIn the o a: .mow s. :s Lcr: ::tva: : cSz: 0 0 .
block 111 manner obstruct the drainage thereof United Stutet.TI .
of the kind in the world. Fitted -
O WN Q) ...... There miles. which lire to gr into effect facilitate a morn accurate liuuIlUig sir. slew fte r at., JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.

with Walton-Vlnton Roller o..5 1" (' soon are not at nil unreasonable. of rllllb1/ rural free deliver)

Bearer Useful In any place where .e $ enn.1 They will In nuwlne Interfere with nay earners: the poHtofHro department I hi

hoisting Is done. With these blocksone "'" se; 'a ,:: cnf I< ; ill (ate liiwIneHi, and no one van arranging! fur the numbering of rural FULL

man can do the work of two. :t g lnvc any g'KNl excuse for resenting joxei. The ilellvwjr of ordinary mall QTSrLxplrS&

Thousands sold in the north Call tl 'Ir adoption. It 1 is a waste'of moneyto nutter of all (.Ia....(... aihlrcHxcd to I hove: N rD i
01
And see them in working order at this ge build gixxl roads. and then neglectto by tmuitx-r alone will b l authorized: tie :

office, or the store of Jas. Trltcbard A 01 r take all ncreHxury measures for i.uun a.i lit now permitted In the run PREPAID iuu (

Son TltnnlU" ...... their maintenance and prenervatlou. of jHxitofllco .boxes: sw lung tin luiproper

S = Violators of the Allegheny rules will tin = oqtQ be subject to a penalty of $1O and to ducted,

", :.. .... = criminal pro pcutlon. for behind the
let. for a :- uE Wbat I U probably the only niitomo-
.fei., ?". 1blfgs. n."rn. '. Iji:, ,. ot.o regulation Is a law panned by the last tilts In l
ace "y n rural mall Carrier In
: 4
I'aOfd' your year labor.""aod.and .... :.,;".."11" ; 1 g gotI. legislature authorizing county cornuiUsloners the United Stales: leaves Kt. I'mil every Rrrs, QT 1 I 'w5

thatlnl/:,; )'..u can I .<<0... .Ii/It.I 'J.' (1) ; to make such rule. and to punish morning for New Curimla un .'ttf! $0pe.tanytbina but ,::;. those who violate them. 4 J
i a. nays the Ht. I'll I'loneer Press -d =
OPI'bardlpl"lJolr:
; H the enterprisingrsrrier _
FERRYSEEDS A n Good Hoad Kor Cvt>... who has lntro
ed 1ri1 Our Cuban neighbor are snowing a In the method of serving the

: progressive spirit In many directions, patrons on its route which Is about

8 notably In tbe matter of good roads wentr-flve miles long and It generally

-11M. e..aodard Tb'7' ..ft.r".,. pndeeslb. "smr.Mt. .' ..J throughout the Island toward which takes him from 9:1S: In \the morning to

a...up 1-.. AU 01..ad,......ill..... CD (1a they have appropriated tbe considerable 4 or 3 in the afternoon to make the
........ Oar INS sum of four and a half million of trip The trips already made bare

,.se.d.. oa 4..1 nquD.M..OO.-. W dollars says TravelA 'loop" road proved suoe*.fai, and ba In entirelyatUfled

near Havana la to be specially for with the experiment to far Mb
DSTSOST. 'OM. aototnobile baa
racing &one.
Agent for the Pabst Drewlnjc Co.


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: i i EAST COAST ADVOCATE the palace, at Berlin, before the deathof Cleaning *m d l l're slnr.{ JAMBS. PBITCHABD. President: w. M. BROwN, vc, ,
PrMld
s \ WINSTON S. BRASNINO C'ashfer.( lent(
I II some member of the reigning family ,

PUBLISRKU KVKHV PRIDAY.t' Unliko her sister of Sclioiibrunn castle, All work done up-ti -.Ute. Call and
II' however, the white hilly of Germany is Be Sure to Use see me. Andrew Gibson, at the Pallor INDIAN RIVER STATE

,l Entered at the rontollloa at Tltim\IIIe, tlorida,, aId to( be ill favored, if not downright liaiber !hop, on Washington avenue., ] BAM
M necontl>clan9 matter. repulsive and Instead of torch or scepter Only.
4 r ------ luincl,
flie curries In her a common COUNTY
DEPOSITORY
i u ,fit' CIIABLEII H. WALTON, Editor, &: pnbllHher. or domestic broom; hence she linn been ru3'luC.)

t '4r I lrre>'erently chriitened, 1 "the sweeper." Authorized capital 3 : Oo
i wage LY JOUBltAI. DIIVOTBD TO TUB D V LOFMBNT l"rr CO{
a Cream
of
4' .' ', Or TUB INDIAN BIVBB fcAKBWOBTU There lire white ludli attached to Tartar raylngorhaullnt. "f all I lads. pi omlt- Paid up capital - S25'O
ti 't 1 1t AND BIHOAVHB OAFHICOTIOKK.Dlnconthiunnie other. IJufopenn courts, notably that of If atten.led to. Meals all trains Stove Average deposits, Siooio' C
Hellll, -Vllrn'tlltlt., the lady who lusplr wood for Kale at all I times, ,

It I of allvta. must be made pereBaUy .>.W.iRiier's;: I.oheuKrlii." but the old II. F, ilolfaN Tlun-ville. Transacts
> bt thin olllce or by writing, eat <>r all these royal; wrulths In. cer, Baking PowderFood ---- ---, a General Baokj

d' tiilnly the red mini who confliiei Ul1piitroiuiKo I).ule Cou lt.>. I-.IUUI. I'or Halo.
,? ; L k li 4 Check,etc., may lie niadu payable to CHARLIM ( to the rO"I""'tI('11 of )KrnnceHe Business.

t ll ti f{ t d. WALTON' ,ptil>llnher.KOHTI Ucd: to doff;:, the steps of Catherinedo' r

Meillil' ., wife of one French kins made with 'alum For will'" cheap, the. tx-illiwawr' iututer| l Y y ,I L Largest and Oldest Bank on (th hlll:
/>:V IIFMIPR-Thu brnmli Himtou oltlno and inollitr of three, /along the coiTldoi" if, Hmitlieisr of "f'Ctl"I''own.' \ e '
of TUB I IAHT ('AH'r AIVnt'ArlC In at U Milk / quartet Exchange bought ami, M ,
"x{', t whreoeta ,,amta In (ihiirjre of Mr. IarIY.Mollnwet at the Tullerles; he Iu\.la. loin iu- baking powder carries alumto uhlp ;.18) south of range 41 cant; clime to ', s Cinlliti it -'GJ
to nilvrrtlHluic oontrait t lor thin
( tenlow, HO It Is throulfled, with the, O. 1C. Wood's pineapple plantation 'ioht
'?1 i 1 papor. the Stomach I
: liefoie ho stinted hs! unchanged. Patronage arpreclHtnl I PI'
on i II
------ ---- -- "grout Nnpoleon(
Lucia River: ; 40 acres. I Iruntiiiunt,aura tilt , l Wr- In wnthiirtrttlm ADVOOATK. for Infurmatloll 111 !starred' IMssInn: cnrapulKii. und it Scientists: have ; . vrvative evoiv haul, i I] I.."
positively .Mao the northeast ot north III .I i
will quartet
mar m. lilY klnit.rhowrfUr obliitebyoiitloke. '5-- 2
L j
L I uil-u lilrei4iM, ,,l nmy! have been through not following I UK P Wi .
lag a Htttini> < envelope at quarter of Bcctlon 18! township v-s COURESroM I \'i
ii din spiftcr's ii I Ivlcu/ that Napoleon hid: demonstrated this and .
1 ; that south' of rnniE 41 esat. | ; on soti'li. fmk ofHf. t Empire Trust C.)IIHMMFlnrlila \ \
; Address all oonmiunlcatlonii stub n sotry home c-omlng. And It Is. [Lucie River; 10 acres Apply 'tll -.Ir. h5 r. rtc; und 'trust l ( I i ; \ T
l 1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE "reported, thin l.e wits seen" \by the ISm, such food is partly indigestible CttAS.! II. WALTON 1\1J
I / TITUHVILI-IC:. FLOAIDA. preys Ungenlc: shortly before: disaster Tirunvllle Flu rj1 1U '"e irl I l :I5'1-A.

t'' Nn' Un.ill.v:\ overtook the !house of Napoleon, and unhealthful. -------...- -- .. -- ... -
(Itil
C-oiidou
f e I 4)),' U. S. Oepiirtnieiit of Agriculture TJMHts.Trnrpllikir TnK u Jfotlt-e! ,_ IiI. ::sJt:: <> :::BB: IRoT: S.

''y( Weather IJiircau-Jupiter, Fla Coiriitnnlonn.All I c- __.__ .: _.___ .... (Sutuessor to Dobbins Bros.)
t # excellent test OH a frleiiil( Is the One of the hundso.nps'' places on :Metrltt '- < rTJN.and :LOCH.:: S J.\IL XTt1: :

, i r ment ThefollowlnKis of temperature a comparative and rainfall for state the uuUliU; of a Journey tu !Ills company. Shoo Ifepnirilrg. Inltnd. known '''s "The Wl wam," Budges, Checks Dour cumbers'', Stencils, Trunk und Locksmith, -II' i e,. q

ip I t Oct. :81 1005. Many who are most iigrecuble( amid the belonging" |; < to :Mis. Eva J. IJInii-', of New REPAIRING OF OUN AND REVOLVKKS A 51'Ff'IAL'I1-\ _
week ending Tuesday
I _/ 1 )U5/ -,1904( {- little events of every day ut home or In I do all kinds of hoot, and !!lj"e. repair Yoik, is for sue, or rent, fiunished., A Gun and Revolver Jutlll1f1d keys at wholesale. Trunks and ValU,., I, iire 'a Injr, and do not It. 224 Main bt. Jacksonville.
DATE. MAX MIN. MAX, MIN. flu accustomed round are unable to forget Opposite( Jo ten room cottage, with launch house,
.-, withstand the that Prltchard ,fc SOD..NDIIEW ..
2 82 74 8J t 2(1() r H;:> 72: HI: (\11\ ) conic; with travel-tho deferred/ menln. Tlfiwllli' Fin.
,
:a; 8:1: 70 so (noas early: rising, loss of sleep the minor --- _ ------ three acres in grove :Mrs.. Blair has Till SOUTHERN FUEL AND} SUPPLY COMPAHI
I f rj IH (is I HI ((IS discomforts we all have suffered. But Just spent several hunched dollars Inputting .
1 h ) (tit I JUIack!: inlth toll Kepair Shop.If \ .
I: 21)) 82 70 711 Done of these affects, tbe temper of a the place In peifoot repair, lay-
::10) 8J 70 70 ((11\
favorite book. It N ever ready. for lug out flower beds, new break water
your
Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime
; i :31 80 70( 77 00) Cement
you want a new wagon, or nn old ,
and round ,
\ Total rainfall for the week: 1.00; amusement yet never resents being board walks all the house, ,
I","i! I ,I';, Depa tine from nf'lfmall'alnfall for the put aside. It has no choice as to your ono repaired, write in*. I pay freight/ HO tliut any suns wanting lovely winter/ *

i;: .r.i I'. week: minus .18 Inches, Departure ,, route and asks no more than u little one way. J. r). ENNIS, or nll-3Pltr.ro"n,1 home will do we'I 1 /to

from normal rainfall slucr January 1, corner of your .traveling bag, or, at a '1'1 Tltusville Fla. out. this in'Hole out fur reference Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick,....
1
'i" minus 2.17 Indies. pinch, will go Into a pocket as snugly
'J"31 fS ,.)\' t ; 'HAL. 1'. HAUDIN Observer. us a pet squirrel. The London Academy Address, I.V.. Itl.Alit Me..ltl.. FIt. Offices foot
.\. I II The Clyde l '_111('. ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville Florida. Telephon, V" 29/
!' '. 'I" says: "Indeed of all traveling
comrades books. are the most genial'ami Get your Clyde Line tickets from Fine Property For Sale. J. K. MUNNKKLYX, General Manager.The / .

SOME ROYAL GHOSTS the most gentle not book of tru\el
;
111 ] g time agent at Titnsvllle. !)<> nut fail\ to -- -
for the home l'Iltle-but' tales Two nice each
1 they are cottages adjoining
-- that have for background the scenery take the steamer, when going :North olliei' In North Titusville! with !an acre Oldest' Htabllnlie Grain and !Seed Hou <' in. ,tin, ate
:; SPECTERS THAT PROWL ABOUT OLC CIIAH I 11!, \VAITON, hammock. and live acresof lich muck
I you are looking upon or histories which
i'I COUNTRY PALACES. deal with men and women who have '1'1 tUllolII.., Fin huid. suitable for truck f.irm. floor]
I' f t it _. river front. The UrtrercotlHiro has three 'Wm.: : A. SO"\t.rO &
1 dwelt and worked the cities you are I : Cc.
sleeping rooms und a HelVl1nt' room upstairs ie i-
r' Queen J.:JI...tirth Unit a We,,"...... visiting."-St. Nicholas OVER FIVE THOUSAND: OPVAL- ; and parlor. sitting!!: room dining

J''..r \Vlii4lnor end Catherine at Ar. ton's Rapid Calking Tools", now In use room and kitchen below The adj.ti0- GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS
I 1 ."K' "ii J'II" IliiiniXoii Court I'...... AotoroMltt A New Nervous Dflaeane.Chauffeurs by bont owners In the Untied tiles. I lug cottage haw two sleeping rooms and ,
r rf ,' ....'. \Vlilto Lady In Chicago and Illinois" servant's room in second. H'OIV, and
; >RdIt I nave Incorporated nn rue ..lutomoblleChauffeurs' Price 1.00 and $4.00 each, at the ADVOCA1B Hitting room, dining room and! kitchen Flour. Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers
( r i The report that Queen Yllliubeth: ; lm Hen.,oleut und( Protective oluce, Tltuevllle, Kla. below Large, brick cisterns to both
i
I a
It1'v Mt; age ht I been seen proineiiudlni the library Association"' of l..nuU. A new license. lioiisttft. Adapted for a nice winter er t vi 20J( EastBay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
1 "'
1 ( 1 of Windsor custle ri'tulmli one of "autoroHls! ," which has/ appeared la POOH ALL KINDS OF JOn PRINTING homo.

I b :' I stl the curious tact thatn with but one solitary Chicago will be Investigated by the remember the ADVOCATE off ceo Apply to OEO. .M. UonuiNs' Catalogue Free. \Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A, < I r. iy! ,
Tit Fl
nsvllle. a. .. ..
,i ', oxeeptlou, these restlPHs royalties association.It la an ailment confined, - d_ _
'I'I I IF i to the chauffeurs and it to I said - . .
ilry'' i who cuuuot sleep! peacefully In their physicians
F cannot explain It. It \\a". a combination
grnvr14 are women.
of nervous breakdown and electrolysis MeMurray & Baker
It Is
some years 110W since Queen! !
? sums as affects motormen oncleetrle J __ _
'
Li' 4 IlexH\ was bait caught In the act of re It ._ r
euis. begins with u burning .
visiting her ol
', t1 the clrcliniHtiuices were these: A younxolllcor vision. This U accompanied by a dull

J of thu guards was rending one ache all over tho body and constant WANEiuwcr C and Jobbers of-

} I 4m f evening In the llhrnryhen lie saw u fear of danger, eien a shadow on the '

err'' woman, clad from head to In-eU In roadside being piilHclent! to cause the PALATt STLA.MA3EIULAI n 1 1.DZ Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material l

? I black, walk slowly across the library chauffeur to swing on his brake. After ,

and manse Into nn ml lucent room. 'l'imo steadily crowing worse for several did
I t i'' ;1 officer, moved by cm'loHlty at much uu days the chauffeur becomes as timid asu 1a. Saddlery, Hubber Tires.

1 1111 t f rue )i ected sight, followed!, Ibe lady fill M.. He bundles his car even In FIrst-Class Repairing Etc.
a RAN and Painting Etc.
I +i ttiiil to Lls auiazeinent found that tihe daytime like n novice nail then, be-
1 ai coining disheartened t ---- ----- .
had thoroughly take CRATE" -- --
vnnlHlieil ins completely fromlew ------- --------- --
li ....
4 I I as If the flour hud/ swalloweil, her und n rest of several days only to have the .. ..e 1I1I: : 3--tf: ;:--: 1

r ; tills ultlioiiKh the only exit from the symptoms; recur when he takes out his r- \

t' I room wan the ono through/ which he ear again. SEEDS: :I'OR:: SPrt.Xl'\TG-:

ri had/ followed her -- - - . .
-- -- I
u ,( !' Why tin wandering lady Hlnviilil, on A Story of Good Ilanda. : I

{ ,1 1 1i 1 '; such HllKht evidence( III l lilciitllli'd, Ih'EllzlIlJ.'th southeastern The story of part the of redemption Indiana known of the ..!1.................................................. II Turnips Ituta Bagas.
i 1 of glorious memory Id not Onion Sets-Derm tula and! Pearl.. I
I as the Pocket told In the St. Louts i.
made clear but
r at Windsor castle It INfirmly Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans.
P08t.nllpnteh. Is mainly the story of THE !
believed
that Anus Hulcyu'sUauKliter Seed Potatoes-for fall, N-. 4" Rose and Triumph.
Btlll tenants good roads. Ten years! ago that portion I' I
P u suit of
i' t' ''I adjacent to tho library rooms t>f the state was! "In the uiud." A good O Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Eti:

'' Ilauiptou Court palace' Is roads agitation "sit' In, and under present
richer than
"i'' t the entitle of Windsor In royal wpooks.Cutherlnn conditions southwestern Indiana Is I PALMETTO PIANO CLUB L I L. O.2VEJLiJ: JL LOZST.I soodsmzLn: I
ua one big city,
of Arngon In spite of her thoroughly equippedwith Z I 114 East Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.VEHICLE .
) I a mall! and.
;((41 not too pleanant memories of her bus- system pared high. J

l, '4 I bund, Henry VIII., Is said still to walk ways. Ten years ago there' was one : Iy jolulng our Piano Club! you will be able to get a $ IOO grade : 'D'D ,,._
) l In black attire, taper In hunt!. down one mile of improved highway In -- --- -
-
of tho stalrcaties and to disappear county and the farmers wanted no Z Plane for Ji7: ( on payment of *10 down and membership dues of : -

I, I through (the "Queen's gate," nnd, morev more. Today there are 102: mules, with i *8 per month, without luture t. Piano dullveied (roe to nearest :. THE & HARNESS CO.
+ .1I11l'On'el.tluj still! Henry's second \more building./ Ten. years ago the telephone ,

Catherine\ bits HO they say,, been' seen was unknown. Today there nrtta.400 depot.'as'soon as the thrust Ten Dollars' Is paid j :Corner Fotayth and Cedar Sts.

y'I ,' t' v rushing along a corridor with stream ; telephones In use, operated! from JACKSONVILLE, KLOKIUA
I lug hair and white apparel, closely eighteen exchanges There were only i '
pursued | f
ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLAN
t f I '? by equally miHubtitautlat soldiers four bunks Now: there are ten and a Our stock of . .
i, bout on ciiptnrlng her trust> tompany. .

,,1 h This 1 N "supposed' ' to be u re-eunctment J To Introduce and get thN Piano >efoe) the public we ,will form : WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES:!

of u scene which actually took An Autumn Prnyer.When SUKHKVS, TRAPS ROAD CARTS
placenot
,
L i many days before Catherine( 1I0w111"11'11 the dent ,leaves quiver earthwardIn i u club. of ONE: 11UNDUED members, and each member will get i "
the twilight of the HARNESS: SADDLES ETC., ETC, ETC
,,i ', death on Tower hill In 1342.:; The the time of love and yearComes dreaming' n Piano! at the wholesale price. The club is' limited to ONE :
uuhnppy gnrrn'ho] was then n prisoner when the days of dnys nppotir.Purpllnff -IS NOW COMPLETE-
14i In n room \ distance, $ HUNDRED members und all 11I"lt'11111enI8111 soon be taken. :
p h adjoining the long gal mellowing nunnhlne, ....
t.x, (a:. 'll, lery, esonned from her guards. nml runhe trees. aflame with red and rolil.. J3T"Call on us and 'will Unit
you our pi ices will please you.
Air brimful of o't'.r
Ufa's
elixir
l away to throw herself. at tho on :
feet Olympia old THE PALMETTO PIANO i :
--- -- -- -
1 of her royal husband and beg for Was .
.ry s mer a. water In Ira wcuknemi when
i 1 i cy. She was pursued by her guards, compared with this. methinks ..
1 who caught her nt the door of the chapel And I wish life's chain were vndlccawith. : Is an instrument that )bas been manufactured. In our own factories The Oolilaiiliitiifrseries.To
wvet day. like this for ]links.Mu \
1 wliore Henry was! praying and drugged ..lo greet. my every footstep In the .. with some special features, that will make It stand the cllmatlc : .
u h ( J her back again to her prison cham dead leaves ruetllnir here, conditions
: of this State better than Piano made.
When the ripe .leaves quiver earthward/ any :
i ber.Ill
{ a fated Aune Uoleyn does not seem the twilight of the yenr. : : Orztingc Growers: 1 I:

r to bare (>11\11'11111'1' troubles on the block When the .leaves come trembling earthward O SEND FOR CATALOGUE. : Who expect: to enlarge their /groves this year: We want to send II aef

I tr u at the Tower for has she not been seen .In the gloaming of the year. : : catalogue, which will be ready for mailing about September ht.
1 driving down the avenue of Itlickley Then this life's perennial sweetness seems We have watched lmlu I +tJ7

I park behind four headless horses, drive Yet a the thousand million time gorgeous more death dear. scenes I The .Cable In Florida since 1SO5, and very we closely believe the we can development give valuable of the information Citrus Fruit w' ieW *nd

V en by un equally incomplete 1'011('h- that emblazon. every wood Company i old growers. OUR CITRUS TREES are the climax of excellence and nl> > vie
man? And fair ltoxamond seems! doom A* the leaves In splendid hroudlng quit ''et
able
varieties 'I''
n oil to< walk o' ulghts along the river their dying brotherhoodTo : are propagated in our nurseries. It will be to your Interest <
tinnlc Ooilstone" return to earth that gave them In the that list over, and we believe will decide I/le: 'aD'
f' at awaiting her royal spring >o tearfully $ FRANK E. CHASE, Manager. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : you to give us your patronage
Y e lover, who never keejis" his tryst. Breathe a prayer like an Incense throughthe Biderlog the Inducements we have to offer you t

But English royalties hare by> no very heart of mo."When ..-m............................................. .... SPECIAI TERMS to those who place their orders! now for fall au' "''Dt
mania a monopoly of postmortem perambulattou. lifts sop Is flowing feebly and my : planting. ABSOLUTELY NO WHITE FLY. ADDRESS
,
rent U drawing .
1 e i' There is u certain beiuttl- near.
May my time for trembling earthward. be
l'J ful white lady" very fair and queenly the gloaming of the year."

?F I who H said to haunt the rooms! and corridors -S W. GlIlltAn In Baltimore American.I'oorlr TXT'US'V"XLLE: : Xi i.. S;. ST.A.I3LE: : :. The Ocklawaha Nurseries
I t I of the castle of Schonbrmiu. ,
u Fair ns the vision Is, her appearances! lion ml.
p? are never welcome, for they are said A Scotch divine had risen up In tile FEKD( AND SALE HAnDLE HORSES, ''O. -i-. Oc:>n.n.or, Prc:>p.XD
t f v I always to herald u death In the 1mp pulpit to lead the congregation In r M T. 1NG2;rtxITIJ, : .. .. : '

I "'i d <'rial family of Austria. She was 8t'1'1IIn prayer; when n man In the front row ...STAP.LKS... BUGGIES, -.- '- -- --- _. .
t1,,1 i ISOT Just before Maximilian, emperor of the ,gallery; took out bis hnn.lkN"I
I y r. I of :Mexico and brother of the Austrian : chief to wipe his brow, forgetting that I 1H.GOAORTKANSFKR. SURREYS,

I f'1II1H'ror. win foully murdered4ml n pack of curds was wrapped up In It. '
..F "pi nx'i'n: before the.deaths of Arch- Noisily' tilt whole deck! was scattered : TURNOUTS of SEND YOUR Jon PAINTING/ TO THE ADVOCATE

duke Undolpli nml his mother, the over the floor of the
beautiful : gallery. "Oh. HAULIXO ETC. + ..All kinds.. .
'e \ ntpt Mt flan num." solemnly remarked the
1j I 'lb r\ws'l hulls;" of 1'1'11111'111 alum, huts minister "surely your psalm bulk hat jr. Osbztn CARRIES:' THE' LARGEST STOCK OK STATIONERY IN THE: "

,'11, + t 1 Its "''tale: 1.'y," who U: o.iy! seen In been but III bund!r' ,
? TITUSVILLEIo rear of Robbln Law OtHceFLORIDA.. ,


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EAST COAST NEWS. S -
: UIlII'Ula"S"LI'UAM: NUl'TIAl. Mrs. S. J. Hawthorne spent last Saturday .

Tho wedding of Mlm Leouico L. Lap- with Mrs. Harry Koboits.
******************** ::
ham Mr.AlfredGrettouIIumphrys I was
to II the efrult
O. :Nolle has bought !graj) I FIRE INSURANCEand
solemnized on Tuesday evening I at S crop of Tom Johnson, of LaGrungo. ,
o'clock, at the home of the biide's I'a-I '
Jfl Newsy Notes Contributed l>v Our Ile tilnr : rents, Mango 11111, and WAS witnessed! > Miss Maggie' Collins, of Tltusville" ,
all attesting spent Sunday In Minis, with fttends.Mis. .
Corns of East Coast GorrnHponclonts.rieaso many ftlendsand' neighbors,
: by their pittsencethe friendship and j C. S. Hillou: has been confined to

00....._...._._........................_._._.__..T..T..OOON00000000.ON.. esteem held The In which ceremony the>wns young performed fouplo mo In I'' cold.her bed for soteral days with a severe are prepared to give

tbe buck porch, by Rev W. E. Hall
;" send all communicatlnuH I winter shooting at tho Club grounds on pastor of I the Hoc kletl o rresbyttnianchinch : I Ex-Tax-Assessor J. F. "'OI.tOI1VII" a
and short and simple', nc- I pleasant caller in !Minis recently. Como
T) items for publication to "Editor, the Banana river The vessel Is largeand was
noil' formed in every particular. The cording the contracting parties wishes again Frank.
ji vocATK:, Titusyille, Fla.: The bride looked In her bridal PROPERTY OWNERS
propelling power Is an eight horse power lovely J. T. McGuiro and 'wife of TltiiaviUo,
Alco Vapor engine, [gown: ;r AVe cannot guarantee to 1 publlih1ms bilk; and carried bo.uitiful bunch of Sunday afternoon.A. .
that do nut roach thU office before The ghosts walked on Tuesday eveningas rOllt'".
puilioled 1 and the ye, ions places of The house was beautifully decorated M. Terwllllger spent part of lust
,'D on Tbul"H<1a3s. business had( heir signs changed G. 1 F. with roses and lo| \\'eis. Mr. and Mrs. week yhlluh: looking after bin orange

PuddiHOu's (,ilficatii4 chnn ell to a Sll- I.apliam welcomed their !guests lu thou grovo interests there

Will correspondent oblige us by loon, etc., where spin] tacou8 liquors were own hearty hospitable way, and was assisted :Miss Flossie Taylor was> a visitor to
itlng the names of people> ] and plncos retailed. The mniit maiket was label>*< by Mrs Miusmet Wallace.linth Titiisvlllu List /tatuvd.iy, calling on '
with\ the sign of Dr. Small U, .
Hodgson, Mi. and :Mrs.( Humphry cl.itm .
and (
lends shopping the possible
| ?
plainly as possible .
while the oflloo of Dr. Peek was duly) the good old Buckeye Siato of Ohio ns }? .l ,
changed to u neat bakery and confectionery their birthplace, both 'having come hero J. N. Mosby returned to Shlloh, Sunday -
bimhu'MH.. :Several 1 gates were unhinged with their parents while young. After afterootnpletoing, the packing house best c't
Melbourne. and the drug store of Dr. :Sarah November l.lih: they will bo at homo In for Cooper & Magruder.
C. lIodKHon had the stops removed and their built and furnished six
newly room
the E A. Gieen has taken it job with A.
gates:: unhinged. No very serious cottage among the orange trees, both handling the
M. Load In
Terwllllger ns packer protection
damage done the who must
wall by boys,
.<1MKU) W GOODE.-Real Kxtat, Notary have worked hard aud to have house and .grove:; being a wedding present his largo crop of fruit.
faithfully to the bi Ido from her
)ubllo and Convex aneor. Agent for /Ktrin.J l'I l'el1ts. /l
Ivurjto". !and LmidniiaiidGlohe.iinil l I Hartfonl' accomplished{ the mischief done, ooimliering I. Mlts Lapham has grown, up among W.V.. Ballard went to Oak" 11111 Saturday :
H>,Ire Iimuranca Coiupunlen. Hjiffclitl' attention the vlgilenco of our town marshal, lends hero, who admire and love her to got his !torso. Mr. Dyal 1 has been
1 aid to tlltllItereata tit non-rohlente. who was almost everywhere" auywher for her many sterling qualities of char keeping It during the summer i i a
---- or nowhere during the whole of Tuesday acter. 1 ,. , slluuul11111
;;Subscriptions for tho ADVOCATK, night list The mayor and corporation Mr. Hiimphiys has boon here from James Boyd, who hat spent the ,imst
ID" pink( paper of the East Const, will be aro considering the advisability of tale few months in Georgia, returned to
and !has Into
,reived at the Melbourne Postofllce. log I the salary of tho D1arsb; I. boyhood, developed anupright Minis Fild.iy, and expects to reside per-
energetic and Indusn ions young
inaneiitly.
man, having Invested an eleven' acre LOWEST RATES

Eau Gallie. Plans to Get Inch bearing orange grove near' Courtcnny, Mrs M. A t'lianiberlln will leavn for
and then in a good wife. her daiighiei'nhomeat| IV'ostl'alut Vouches
are often frustrated by sudden breakdown Hearty congratulations[: and !good soon us she fully recovers front her

due to dyspepsia. constipation wUhos were showeied upon tho young recent Illness I ,

JHAlt C, HOnflRO'i'-I'IIVMIt'IAN AND BtmII.KON liruce up and take Dr. King's New Life couple, and the many handsome and elegant \...... J. Duncan, of New York, of the in
1'ills. tbo which
Eau Qalllo out materials
Kloridit.Summer 'l'heytake
tho esteem In'which"
> presents testify llrm! of Diinoiin
\V. J. & Co., was calling
-- are clogging your energies, and give you they are held.Arthur .
weather and anew start, (hire heuUche and dizz on several orange growers Friday, with

Slower", during the past week an occasional: nuns too. At Ked Cross Pharmacy; 2!>o., Kobllng\ l\nil his grandfather: iv vlaw of buying fruit I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES, I

guaranteed Scrantlon/ 1"1., iiulvod, Monday, for O. C. Hannoll line about completed
[ e( G. Redstone hall the
completed the winter.
the quarter mile of coquina rook roAd
for the Canaveral club.
filter which Is to be used as nn experiment for
Mr. and Thomas
Lotus. Mrs.
Donnelly returned
[ The revival is null In progress/ at the this week, after upending the the county road com III IMMlollorli. & Walton
I. E church on highland avenue. In New fork. Morgan
summer state
I'. L. KjKor has planted (0t)0; ) strawberry ,

[ The novo Jno. Walker was the guest Mist{ Mary \Vlttfolil 'Is visiting Mrs 1>1'. and Mrs Wm. Giamllng Miami plants mud has secured the patronage

Mrs. Jno. E. M. Hodgson on 'Sunday:: Walker, this week. came up huudiy to visit her patents, ; of several l.nge hotels/ for I their sup '

ist. Mrs. Green arrived homo Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. \Y. J), H: ud6l'M. and attend ,, ply of fresh berries next spring at 7.>o Tituwillo, ZEPlorlcIcx-:

Gueilla for Kan: Gallie are arriving on after several months' visit In Chicago and the 11 umphrYII-LIIJ>lmm weeding' per cjunit. -

most every southbound train on the Now York state.C. 'Monday whllo \\'. It tSaudor's:: horse Quite achaniro linn taken place In the

C. Line. F. Walker keeps adding daily to his was being/ dilven into town liy lion Abbot school here', as we loose four pupils who ,

| Two largo roomy boats are anchoret'our stock and soon will have In a good sup It became Heightened! ran away, have been coming from Turnbull, \\tv''tho The Walton
harbor, to be used lu tbe machete! ply of rosh goods. leaving a wreck. of the wagon along the School Hoard granting school to Turn-
road Mr. Hen with I lu- bull. We boar Miss 'II'IIIMlltColemllll
Ling this fall. escaped slight
Quite a number are closing! up their jury lo his lee.MlsaCarile has boon appointed toucher.
I Mr\ and Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell, of fall planting: and will wait untlll springto --- - ---

lolboiirne, were In Eau: Gallie on /Sun renew their plantings. Mendel: of LaGrange, a l>ont Jorro\v 't'rouble.] Self-Locking
former school teacher here und who is
| ty afternoon last.J. The school here Is ,
going nicely tinder
on supplying at City Point during the nb- It Is a bad habit to burrow! aiiylhlnir, t rs.ann.,
Arlington Gilbert arrived In Eau Miss Miller's liistiuctlou. Everyone sence of their school tpaclinr, was ovnrspendingiSatiird.iy but the worst thing you can possibly 'I JLr
i,tulle, on Monday afternoon, after a seeuiit to bo pleased. and :Sunday with\ Miss burrow, Is trouble When sick, sore,

litnmior In OdesHti, N. Y.Mrs. Oranges: arc coloring up rapidly the Jessie bunders.lrc heavyweary and worn-out by the pains Tackle Block. sk

I ( I. O. Gilbert returned to Eau past week or two, anti u few grapefruit and poisons of dyspepsia, biliousness! '

Ullle, on Monday last, aftor a Rurmunr aro being shipped, and good prices real >si k
)'rent In New York state. Ized. don't sit down and 1 brood over
110 change. your symptoms, but ily for relief to
Beans blooming and few tomatoes .
The Crescent Is on Ilodgsons'/ marine are n
.ilwllY thin week. This vessel Is owned are almost ready for shipment, prl- No matter which candidate) Is elected, Kleotrlo and Hitters. Bore you will fln,1Mill' aK ,
of all
'' forgetfulness
|y the Kla. Fish\ and Produce Co., at this sea for the same are quoted at a good Foley's Honey and Tar will remain Ihopeuple' permannnt ;
nl n t. figure. .favorite remedy for coughs, colds your troubles, and your body will not ba EVEN; A BABY
__ und incipient consumption.' It cures'i' burdened by a load debt II I 140aMO. At
The Adrian left for Miami, on Monday The Orljjiml.Foloy colds quickly and prevents pneumonia: lied Cross: PharmacyGCc.; i Giiarniiteed. knows where to go for a general Tinaor

nit, in charge of Frank Young.: This I A. J. Xusbatim, Hatesvllln, Ind., writes: ----,-- good ilrugs. It's been cured by our
cSllol.I l Is,owned by the I, K. & L. W. Fish & Co.,Chicago: originated Honey "[ suffered for three months with a severe
u.' ac mis pome.Mrs. and Tar as a throat and lung remedy, and cold. A druirtrial prepared me soma Fort Pierce.The niuiliclnos and Is outs of

C. S. Chancellor on account of the grunt merit; and popularity medicine, and physician; prescribed- for QUit IJK8T: DHUOAUH.
of I'aola, Ka>l., -
Irrived in Kuu G.illie on last of Foley's Honey and Tar many me, yet I did not Improve. I then tiled
Monday
,
imitations offered for the .
are genuine
ills lady will, be the guest of M r*. I. U, and Koley'a Honey anti Tar and eight doses wife\ of Mr Will Addlson passed
Ask for Tar and "
ilbert during her stay In Florida. any Foley's substitute Hnuoy olTorod as no other refuse cured rue. hold by Red Cross. 1'harniticy.i away, Tuesday night after short. Illness It had all children's discuses and our

A large congregation attended the preparation will glye the same xutlsfao :Mr. IlOHHey and wife, nocompnnled by moillclnes cured them. Ours Is the

|vening services In $t. John's episcopal tion. It Is mildly laxative. Itcontalnott Georgiana.Mr. Mrs. Woodward, of Hluart, were pleasant: best! equipped, best stocked and moat
Lurch, on Sunday last. The Kov. Jno. no opiates and In safe for children and visitors In town Wednesday,
'1Ilker read the lelisollil 'anll delivered delicate persons. :Sold by Ked Cross popular drug store on the East Coast.
| sermon on the Draught of Fishes.{ I Pharmacy. Albert Kogero and family moved The fall opening at Mr. Cobb's store
wit" a' grand Buy drugs of us.
success. 1'eopl.j coming
to Eau: Gallie the first of this week.
Capt. A. Bennett is about placing new from far and near to witness it.
engine In the launch Baby Kocliesr Rockledge. Jake Field. and wife were visiting 1'JtOUR FINE CKIAHS.
The vessel Is now on lIodgHons their friends In town !Sunday: antI ..Mon\ Dr. XV L HuKhletr, of Cocoa, was In w
Myn, having the timbers day. town Tuesday, visiting a patl..nt.V e
new placed:
Red Cross
Pi to position. This will give Increased A. 11. /Smith is building a carpentei'sshop are always glad to greet the genial Doc Ill Pharmacy.
Miss Louise Canuatta' and Mr. Joe tor.
"ewer to this staunch vesbel. on Barton avenun. Fields. TITUSVILLK' FLOIUDA.Hodgson .
were visiting lends In town
Capt. Rob Symmonds: of Kenosha, Chas. Hatch, of Fort Christmas' was S u odty. Sheriff Jo... 1'. Drown, of Urevnrd
[ls., arrived this week and Is hvvhighU here last week, on business. county, wash town. Wednesday, lo take
now : -
Tho little daughter: of Mr. and I Mrs. up Arthnrt McDonald for forgery to Tl 15ros.
/ sloop Mattie If., overhauled and Baldwin Is Palm.
A. D. having cottage Vesey Hull has been gaugoioiml 111, but tusvllle.'
pmtlo ready for the winter's cruising/ thoroughly repaired and repainted, lu* II was better Tuesday
airs. Symrnondi will be down about the side and out. Tuesday night: being Halloween eitv, EAU GALLIE, INDIAN HlVEJl, FLA.
..iiI lays, and join the Captain at Elm A. B. Carter and wife\ were calling on various pranks were played around town
,lllIe, Rev and 1 Mrs Hall went to Indlanola Uncle and Auntie Jliiches: mid Mr. and bv the boys, In placing various signs on I Marino Kail way,
to the marriage/ of Miss Nona Lapham to Mrs. Hall, /Sunday Hftcinoon.Mrs. different house
:Miss Lizzie Ifoernig.: of I.lgultz, Garuany Mr. Hurophrys. i Oonoral and Ship Chandlers.)

>>: arrived in Eau Jallle on Hn'ndiiy \VII1 Wittfeld and her beautiful C.'has. M. Nelson, of Danla, wan In ..Hpoclnl Fuollltles..
|ft(> Miss \V V. lth odes, wife anti son are lo- twin babies and little
rnoon. Iloernig will) make: his :Nln.IJnwIoy, were tuwn"orlneMhy. Charles was a former
'llno with Mrs. Treutler at Hyde Park, 'nted.toml'orarlly In White's cottage No. visiting In the north end of town, Won resident of this' town, and his many l1 1 N I (for Hauling/ Out, (Storing and Uepalrlog
PII (the Eau Gallie ilver. Miss Lizzie will i!, and Is busy painting. clay friends were pleased to nee him. I I4p i Yachts and Liviiuclioa.

e a welcome addition to our young peo Our boat builder, Gao. Gingrass, Is Miss )Margaret Kusxel of Fort 1'lerce The Halloween .,
ple'-. '-Ircle, and Is a polished German four fine launches Party, Saturday ulllllG, Mention the A "nOAT. when writing
[iagulat.l1 now busy constructing opened) school here Monday, ,with four- under the auspices of tho members of ., .
torOluter lesldents of Kockledge. teen pupils and the prospects are now the Methodist chinch, wan a grand iaocess I t 1P I i

' >iu Ghost Dance at McMillan's ball oniiPHil.iy Mrs. J. E. Bottler returned to Malabar, that we will have a good school. financially and socially. They are Stanley JCitehing-

last brought out. large number last week, to care for her mother, III r... Miss Eva Owen went to Indianol.i to be congratulated on rendering such a

fiber K Eau Gallie'a citizens. Melbourne and ',! O. W. :bchuyler}, who Is dangerously sick.E. Tuesday, of last week, for n few day's, on nice open) air program Dealer In-
points were also represented. The
pigns l over some of the business houses A. Hartwell stopped over In Jack visit, but was hastily summoned homey Quite a number of our residents, who FISIIING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS
> the sickness of her sister have been :North returned the ,
ere changed presumably by some of sonville and 1 bought a line horse, and we baby Edna latter end
ghosts on their way home after tile hope that he and his better-half will en. hall. of last week. Among them were Mrs. Is claimed to be the Finest Tackle Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China

bill Joy many pleasant: rides this winter. Uncle Hughie went to Cooou, Tuesday Frank Tyler and three daughters, Ethel, mock In the World. To see It la to buy and Temperance rlnki.
( of last week to Edith and Margaret, Mr*. Julia Tyler, :It. The following brand. of cigars delivered!
n, Weld, M. D., a prominent mem- Chas Apley who formerly spent his see Mr. PWcher about .
M. (3. Kramer and Mr, and Airs. Moll.eagle
rof the Canaveral Club Is having his winners Indian River, arrived here shipping some of his early oranges. He anti Jean Thousand; of them In use throughout at J.i5: :,; per box of fiO*
Military' week his wife and hipped two boxes Saturday line fruit son, the TfirfcllIfMMjl t.. .Imtflnlfllrt from [ West Smokers
yacht Mallard overhauled on last accompanied by ---" ''''-"''-' lurnboldt. Key I'romos.
[lodgsou's ways, preparatory to his usual they will spent the winter In Kockledge. mostly JatTas. these who use, tliem.; Creino, Cabanas, I'ohnlsbl..
An 'l'bllll..I-bol,1I1I1( block Is ma.leln various ) Flinch Cards Mo.)
HfttulMade
epidemic of lomthlog like La ; 1'alaiettu
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-- -- - -- - shapes IlnIIII1.C"VUOJJ IittINand
- Grippe leas been the Door HatH :VSo..!
going rounds ,
..........................OOOOOOOOffOfOOOOOOOOOOOO... I two weeks, It ball just' about for liltO.NXK.: Will work equally well STUART
.. gotten with rope, chain or wire FLOKIDA.
... around to every body In town Mr. and Will work rope. "
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at height --
Mr. Stewart of our Melbourne office, Mrs. White and Mr. Hughes/ have been any upsldndown
: and horizontally, will
or at tad '
/t the greatest sufferers. any angle,
THE ANHEUSER
BUSCH
i is creating our : stop and lock lit auy J>ul pe. ,.
i ... rut Invaluable for every kind of business
1.. .. "'I A where a block Is tiet-ilntl, ', frequently, saving : Brewing Asso's.Famm'a"c.

The many friends of G. H. Hausan, Window ; the labor of one man or more. .

FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Engineer L. E. & W. II. !H., at present Nothing Ilka It for liauglng[ or tietch-
I i living in Lima, 0 will be pleased to lOll wires f Lanus Keg aDd 6.-

_._,_ know of bill recovery from threatened l JTraincs All block fitted with the famOll1WALTOJlt'VOHOI'I' tied Krar.
... kidney disease. Ha "/ .
savs: wan cured! ,
to meet the genuine want of the 'people, and he ... by using Kolej's Kidney Cure, which I ltotykrr lxnittvu. old bj M..ir.. r, A.Lofttoy.and

I recommend to all, especially to trainmen, Address all communications to the R. L. Miitliiw TltmTllleVU..
now claim. to have the most complete line of : who sr. usually similarly utlliclfd, ." ,.;,,\\11 e e.ee t G{r... i iiMr.K.L.atntluwCocoaVia.t10SEP11 \ .
I *. by Ked Crosi J'harmacyV1IY Y ,

I House Furnishings ever Been on the river i iI ---- Walton Self-Locking Block Co., ZAPF & CO.,
\ USK
OLD STILE BLOCKS
Are
a source of )"eila.llng trouble If '
... when you can buy the t", ., Self.Lock- (Incorporated.)
aa. I : log Tackle Blocks at nearly the same they are not made Ilgbt.r.. have OHlce and Wareroom, Iwl Atlantic Ave., Sole Distributors,

: You have heard of Angle Lamps ? ... price. Now In use In the United Mpnclal{ machinery fur making them, Near Itowo's Wharf Elevated l\oll.\
... states Army and Nary Depart' n"' I/O' TO.V, MASH.OWMK1IH DIO to 620 West Day Street
>> I ofr Kxamlne them at the ADVOCATK: office and make them rlglttV.. make them ;

: I Some people call them Angel Lampe. Write u, .<.<. 'fitunllJe.WA'iTI'OIlY. better and cheaper then they can be : : OK TilE PKLKIIKATKD JACKSONVILLE.: FLA.

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: I and we will tell you the joke on Mr. Ilrckefeller.a. : :::11114110: MA (trAfITIf- made by hand. WALTON VINTON ROLLER BEARING. -- -- -

-I-- ... lNci Jll'RK. Lvn",n nC tru twurthln H> soilrniuwlmc John White & CO. :
.. l mill i.r with, I< . Hample Blocks >bit
Hwrrit..rr M -an noun at the Ar>-
LOUISVILLE.
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W .I..tanl In hraiieh untc. .aiary l *IX paid week- VOOATK onico. Tltusvllle ar the stores ../ ....... ._ .
FEE & STEWART COMPANY ly. 1'ernabent .....lItoo. Mo latcMiuant 4. ; .1. 17
""I Previous .ip, rlt.nr. not .....nU.' rwalmt. touggtng. . S. 11. Hubbard A ('o., sad f:. O. I'nlnter .._._.. ..... t
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, Aililram.AUii A; Co. Jacksonville, Kin. Call and --
: Melbourne and Fort Pierce t : .K r Bnm.!l b... Cmaa Block, ,f'b''jn. EAST COAST LUBBER 4 SUPPLY CO. thesetlocka working., ; see FURSand


......**.******.***...*....********...****..********** The ADVOCATE prlnu all local) new., EAT OALLIE, FLA. JOn TRINTIXU done at this ofUce. r..ere.r--1-Hides.EA.ST .rn. djv- +t 1+









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'r' : t I experiments, ranging overt local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to Sept 7 i,19 1 (05. 1



1 Ll LlI I many. \. years have proved conclusively SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUNDRFuoPENINSULAR : byNo -=

JI UMLally
l' 99 No. 2e STATIONS! No. TN Sf)
I , '; r J'.IIT La11y. Unlly:

that the liberal use of 0 ii p 941) n LY ...............J..k..fIIlYll1"................. Ar 70 -;;-:.. n
6 01 I' Y 411 a ..............1\0. Jack..nvllln............? Lv a u" "IJ"
6 131) 1065" :: ...............e6. AlIlClIMtmlt .....?....... .. /I 60 I' 7 '" ,
i o 68 11 3J D" ...................I1..tll'II...,.......?,........ .. 4 1\\ .p 6 to I
rw rl 11 7 )0 p I' 11 60" ............... East Prlatkn' ............... I 54 ,p'n'' s. ?I
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POTASH is essential to the oc ....Pxletka.. ...... ... .,.. m11 -
111 pro- 7"i i ji. IB I A. ...........?. ? ? p "? "II ...
C\ 8 4P Jln.: LY .....,...............P..I..lk' .. ................. Lvl 00..1. 6 ',', .
16 Too I' Ar ...............-San Aln; 0................... LvI"I"- l -l21o ,::- -- :.
full- p 8o2. n Lv ..................8nn JII'.n.' ................. Ar _k. .\.J p 7 an" -.
of _
'duction of big yields c 7. O0' U 8J Lv .........?.......?. Noaa..................,.. Lv 351 p T-:n, R
C1 80.1 P 12 41 P .. .................... BUlln"lI ....,.....,....... .. 3 4 I I'I' 36 nB
)0 19: 111 I' . .. ?....Jllp"nt................?. .. 381 I' r. 2", ?,
? ;e C\ 84lp J' 1231) .. ................? Ormon.1 ................?.. .. 81u: I' 4 :.0 ":
eared C86J P 1 a9 p .. ..........?........Dayt .0..................... .. 3 OU I' "H ,, :.:
A', 't ht corn. Y 0'1' 1 61 P II ...............P..rt Orange......?.,....... 2 1\0\ I' 43/1"/ .,
ul) 0 2M1 p 2 le I p A. .................New IImyrn........,...,.... 2 80 I p 4 1/1 ? -

C 3U -a 48 A. ......?..........Lnke Hclxn...........?..... Lv hillI'610 J ,0
Let us send you our practical: books telling of these and )0 89 a 8 66 I' .. .............. .0...",,., City................ .. 1 J 811 I'I/ 6& p I
1 I :; 10 46 e 'OO I' .. .........Orange City Junetlon........ 12 ae p ..!!:i 1 "
I'' other careful crop-feeding tests ; they are free to farmers I.. 896\ .New Smyrna?.............. Lv 2 9U I> 03-n I
;; many 1-'. )0 00 2 61 p .. .................. Oak 11111......._......_. II 1 6' I' ::1 39 .fJ:;
I'' tl 'without any cost or obligation. Send name and address. 108\1\ p J P 8 80 I' oAr .., .............. Tituavllle ...............,.. .. 1 13) 8 00 al ,

C '"ii a .... ....... Ar ..............?.... 8..oC".0I ................... Iv 10 00 8 looof', tno
r t'' .i Addr.... GERMAN KALI WORKS. ............ )000 a L. .................... tlrtntnnl................... A. ....... ..? "m n'' '"
} Sew( York-QJ Naaaau Street. or Atlanta, Oa.-ZXK So. Broad Street. ToIj8 j) 801) Lv..,?......,....?Tituevlllu ._.,.......?.?. Lv 1 lli; uU i :.:.:
\ i -- --- . Tri-Weekly Sailings . tIj 111S" 4 01) P .. ....._................OOCo........??_?....... 12 Ii P 21) a
': f' 1 !< W I I- ; a. 11 U.. 4 )8)1 II ....._.. ..... Itockledgo' ..........._? II 12 no I' 2 III nU
';! t.: : SILO BUILDING. I silo of the future, especially lu sections ; 11 oa 4 40 p .. ....._........EI\I1 O"l1Ie....._.._. .. 11 6 1 U 1\\I ."I170M1
I" : J P .. ............. .. ''
II
111 I where siiiul and gravel or crushed' JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK a "U I' ..-..... ?. .lIlelbollrno. ? 4" n 13' It' 7
1: fB ' BETWEEN 13 61.. //I B1 P .. ........ Hobltetl..n ,...?.?....?.. .. 11 04 D 1161 a' i4b )
I j n...rntlnli. of n CJonil Cvment silo.of rone: are abundant. 1 8\1\ a 8 79 P .. ..._?............81. Lude.............._. .. )0 U n U 011 n -.
," : I II 1 Ilooflr $hive Hllo.By ThV-ro lire CMHO-I where a cheap temporary Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) 1 8 6 Up" ...............?.Fort PI ere..............?.... .". 1016 n 11 ra I ::,
> ; C 2lB 1 08 P .. _._ ...,...... Tlhbala ..............w \I 81t 0. 11 32 I :n
';M1\ silo may bi economical( and of a ? ... .. .. ..................... .. \\I 20
\\j I 'I. WILDER J FRASKR, llllnofa oxprrl- 2 73 a 7 12. ......?.... ? Edo a 11 I s I'
,t"i l *} t r m eat tatli>:i. !Wont" udvnntniM1. For example u farmer The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Servid :_:: 2 28 .a 717 I' .. ..............?... Jensen. ......?.......?. .. \\I U a 11 13 I 1.1Q.I
2 8\1\ 8 7 28 p .. _.................. Stuart .................?.. 9 11 n 11 IJ4 1e. I IQ
;1 l !" I Silos built, of i-oiK'ifto have been may expect to build u new I.Ilu'l1lu a 8 OA It 7 1\6 P ............. Soho Mound ..,...........?, .. II U n to J 3a! J'
II f I'' y r thirty ftH-t dl'pwltb\ the wnll not different jiliu, and want u silo near tho The Clyde Now England and Southern Lines. -" 321 a It Up" ....._.......Wost lupl"' ... ............ .... 8 24 a 1e 19 1'1 .rtQ )
:I j II 61 .. ............We.t P"lm lIo"'h.' .??.?... 1 43 aI i5 pi
0' p
I. t r"b ore than nix liulu'S thick nt the base old burn for a few years' only, or a Direct iservlco Between 4 482.I.a \ 1111' .. ._..............:Boynton........_......? 7 9IJ.. U le ::
'J.I't! ", i IN'I and tiipi'rlnt to four lodes ut the top. renter ugly wish a teiiiiurury|' silo, and and all Eastern Points. 5) 4 U.I. \ 214 P .. .......?.........rDelraanderdalo y??.d?" .....A .". 1 10 8 n 0A j I'' ::.
i' Jacksonville Boston Providence .. ........,, 8 11
i Q.I II 81 .a 10 21 p ............ .t a 8 1 i I''
.:'. \' 1! 1: .' ::1, t" "IVhei'O gravel or criHljed stone cuii then If hu lujviH Iu a :%:!u.'i time be can :'h' III/ a 1030 I' .. .?.................... V..nl.. .?................? .. 6 llJ" 8 06 1)l V
\.f\f1"! 11 be obtnlnoil, ut n rniiHoniiljle price It take the lumber from u tll\'u; "silo, with (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) II 6S s. 1042 P .. ....._...._....Ho.lI..ntlltlo.. ................. II U 1\ 1 U P QIJ
: ff : :::2 .. .... ...,....., II 6 P4
11 01 ......_._._Lemon City ? a 1 2\1\ I' .
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4! i s may bo iiilrlxaMe l, to iuaU> the walls him. the cut phous a stave silo without SEMI-WEEKLY.... SAM Sm I .from Lewis Wharf, Bosto ..... t1.L2! Ar ...................? IIl1nm1.................. rv 6.2-\ .!70'-I''

"r4l; 1 ,.J : i. slightly thicker, mill. In cold oil in a ten( roof. Hlxteon feet" In diameter and louthhounil.Northbound....,..,. ., ...... .,.,,.?... .. . .., . ,from foot of Catherine Street, JackaonTllI - -Dill

Iii- r I I I ''J! T I; they BhonM be built with u dead l airspace tbI1.tJ'.told'p.! cnpuolty 130: tons, roconiiiicnileil Dolly nOlllESTEAD :EXTENSION:

4 . Ii I kf hi the Avail to provt-ut the Mngo : only where n temporary silo Johns River Line. Bun. 8uo.
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I St.
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"r ,j' ( (}, !'I ', ,from frppy.lnff. In any ovcnt there Is .desli'ed. Clyde -t 00 It -........... Ly .................... III1..ml.............?..... Ar ........- 8o
ti 1111} : sbouM. l>u enough, heavy wire or iron (DcHary Line.) )0 80 .a ?..??... Ar ,.................IIomuetead..._........... Lv.?......... 1 00 pNn.
t"i I .I In the troll to withstand JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. -
ImtMvl.loil
ry" '{' fj J: : .3. roils I << The* lCr'n..rr n..cl.L BETWEEX =
the( train of tho slln"o. Unlosn I . Astor, St. Fruncla. llerunford, (I>er, nd), .intermediate. lancllniion 1 T I
Paliuki
.,.' : r I'' f., I >o not i)>;.t off the renovation of the Stopping at the St.John's River. Nn. 23 Nn. 21 Nn. 19 Dolly MAYPOltT DJtASCn No.1M' ,n. 20 No72!
this N done crackM fur likely to apr IItl'IIWbl'i'I'III'" ion Reduce Nun Nan. V"lIy Fx.: Laity )I"lIyOnly
I '1 any gel. '* .un'l
l 1..1 I pear, The amount of wire iiecossnry STEAMERS "CITY 0 P JACKSONVI: O..ly Sun.
'ft' tho wli'tlM) : of row i by (cultivator

;L I "ti' :.q I f In each ease will d4'pt>iul upon the sign! nud, pull weedi frn.u nuiou the plants."' IH appointed to nail "an.follow! Leave.I leave JswUKunvlllo.Sanford: M Sumlays
:'t ''it l ;"111 I And depth of the olio. The wall Mhould Then npjil.r' a drp. .'n,; of rich. manure, : w. Kuturninir.*'rllnyiiat l:3l: :) a. in. 2 08 P 10 19/ a 8 Oa p It 21'1' a oAr .....8n. Jacknnvllh.... Lv.. 7 81 a 12 2j I' II J2 :,:.:, ,: :
'J ....... p. .......
J the inside with one 240 101\0"\ 8 40 I' S 6\1 8 .......P..bln )1".11. .. 1. 06 a 11 $1)( a IIO! "
'''f :r'' ij' I be plagtcrpil ou and. the vino ,1'1 1 mnkn u !good. growth .. North-Boitui. 2 / P )0 M a 81$ J'I\ 0' a II ?....Atl..nttB Deaah..... T 00 n U III a 4 t6/ '
: two of "" .th-Houn.I 8CHEDULE lte.1, "I' 4/1" ......... .::::::
cement ta _..
; !\ I : part of Portland ( this! full nii'l,enter n-lntp" with n !lnrgi! RI""I" down II IJO P 11 10..a 7 00 p a 20 a" .... alayport e 13 a 11 30. lOOp
I I sand trowel to a smooth . .... . .. .... .. .... ..I.'rrlve 10f1 a. w: -- -
'good harp .. .. .. .... . .. .J..rk".nvUle.
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;,i r I ll! amount of utore'l. up energy! for use In save. 3:11': I" 'a ...... .... .. .. .. .... .. . ..l'al..tka. . .. ... ... ..... . . ..... Le..e. s Ml p. atsave -- -
oj': :' P ;' surface 'rhltlII\ resist the n.tlon I of 'save II 411 p. m. . .. .. .... .. . ... .. . Leave. .I :JC p. m.
berries.To .
ftI tits next "Jlrlll 14 eroo of 3 fill a. m. ..... ... ...., ... . ... .. Ator AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP) CONNECTIONS AT JII4ML
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the nrlil In the IIllnjot". .... ... .... .. Rt.o'r"h., . . ... ... Le..ve OOIm
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,I rU save o6aua.m. . .. .. ... .... .I..ve. l1MII m.Ar.he .
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''I ': P ( Tbc first cut shows an all concrete save. ...,...... ..... ....iiereelord. (De Land) .. .. .. . 9 3e( .
k! I ,1i'I't' : Cure a Cold in One Day ... .... ..... .. .. . .. .. ... . .' I.a..ve a. m.Arrlva
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830 a. m. . . . ...... ......... . Leave. to on a. men'1 Mado at MIami with Steamships of the P. &: 0. S. S. Company For
i ; .,' !I silo 20 feet In diameter and 42 feet Take T.AXATIVK liuoMO QUI.VIMC: : : Tablets 10:00.: m.... .. .. .. .. ...... ....Emerpriae ..... Close Connection

,I L.{. "; f !Ii.. 'p, deep. The wall 18 I S3 inches thick for I Druggists reform this money if It : Passenger and Ticket Office i 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. HAVANA AND KEY WEST.

A "R 1I I falls to cure JV.. drove's signature
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t i I I'! .. v. In each box. 2."1C3. lied Cross Pharmacy. P. M. IRONMOVfJEIt,Ja.: Aunt. Oon. faun.nvlllo AM.. O.: P.1M LOVKI.L west: Bay, uperiutandenC 8t.. Jaokiionvllle JacksonTille., El. .. .
w. G. CUUPKItJr., Local Frt.Ant. JakB<>
: toot Hoican St..lackBonrlllo. Fla." Thnfla. Time Tablffl ehow the tlmea nt which tralnA may bA oxpoct d to arrlvo at
('Jork, '" n bnk... ... York TLYDK MIC.NR ften. Ft. Ant.,Xew York. a' tlin times ntntixl u not gnnralua/ '
Nli O. HAOKRtV fJen'J K:",.itf.'u r% A\R. Now from theoevernl I ntntloriB. but their arrival or departure
A. CLYDE .
M, 1 III!III Ilifi f I1 rI Maxim Gorky;; went to the theater TIIKO.: u. F.HI'Ilener,1 Maimiter.\ WM. p Park*New OO.; .York.General Agents. nor la this Coiupaov to be held rospoaslble for 8Do"lay"or any oonsequoucos al'l.lulI n-lrun,,
4}, I I Ir CheiiebrouKb 141111<\\1111(. 19) State St.,Oppomto liattery
i : ntIo4ow: one evening to see a play
.
Q Tltu-< vlll.-. Fit
WAf/rOX. Agent, !
1 71 t C. II.

: p I *"' by lug/ a attention popular writer to the stage Instead the, of entire Pll)' __ __ _.__ ._.____ ___ __ _ _ __ __ _. _ n u _ For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information

audience ruse and greeted (Jorky with SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

I proillKtoiH, ; > ncclaiiiiitloii.' Thou ho do- Line

i llvereil thN! m'.ilieMw: < : "What on earth Atlantic Coast R'y. J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l. Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

1 j' vjfT. r.I'I .- \\'ftiS3iW w I rI ore you staring; nt mo for? I am not
I ..f of Milo for the Mayport Branch nnd<
a dancing KM.: nor the VeiitH Effective June ::1,100) ; The schedule figures

t nor n lmnaird! JiKt> picked. out of the The Great Through Car Line from Florida.; Coach Excursion tickets [:oruestcad Extension a" shown on above time-table, has been changed, additions

tI "m river write: stories. They have the on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November. Into service between Jacksonville and Mayport, and the service
trains being
P put
7 1 I : mid I inn /glad of I lcavln|
I'I s lurk to please you. and homestead being reduced to one train a day each way
I1 Miami:
], tWRJWrf' It. Hut that H 1> no remou why you TO Till: KAST. ctwoen 1 arriving Miami ::!:.lO p. m.
and Washington, thence Miami! 8..a. m. and returning leave Homestead p. m.,
Richmond ,
k IIho\1I11I.I'I'I' on stiirlm. Wt have come rails to Savannah, Charleston for time!
Over> Its own of the F. E. C. Ky., or pocket
', i I ::: here to net> n ( harim,hlg play. Ito /goal.! via the Pennsylvania Kallroad. For correct schedule see any Agent
r /'liii'WifflB yax
f enough t-i iittPiul. I to that: and. 1 leave me carel address the A. G. P. A.Southern.

Mom." More: delighted; than over, the TO TIII3 AV13ST.Tho -- .
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h.l, ls l au'lli'iiit'' nlioi'1'1, :' \vllh Joy. Perhap-4 Louisville & Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. II. ------
+ .rI
f1 a they tJlOlt! ;:; :] they would get anotherKii'i'ch. Railway

; l bit\ Ooiky! Juii[><>(| out of bis TO TIII: IAST VIA STKAIMSIIII.

sent and Inrt 1 th "'"-itpr In di .Kiiot.!' Via\ Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Philadeldhia, Bos.
Baltimore. Via Savannah
and
I li lir CONCU&'fl4 slw ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington
r ? and MeichantB' and Miners' Transporttaion Company for Baltimore KkFKCTIVK, MAY 2N. 1000.
? ,the first 14 feet 1!) Inohos thick the aud Philadelphia.TO x'tUr
) ,
;,nest 14 feet and 10 Inchon thick the' Two Veetlbule Trains. Enet. No. 341 I XI>.:lO JSORTII AND: WE8'r -

i ' FN@ Hipper 14 feet Thlt silo cost approximately ConsumptionThere ICliY 'VI:s'r ANI HAVANA.Via .Jt..k"oDvllle . .. . 80 ny I 11) lOa 1 01\l) Jack..onvlIe. .,..'la.. ... ..........-. .-. .. ?: 'Ih. I IxI 4YrJeaap '

e $IU2UO:;! and us It holds :331: tons .. " It411t11040p( LVJesupia.. .... . ... ..... .. III.VM..v..n
: ::
:
imif While tho.first.cost Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company. 'I;::; : ::. ::::: :::: " : 121 a Ar Macon. (ia.... . .. ... .... .. .. S.nr
..
the cost per ton was $3.50. .... .. " Blglp 6""a A.At..llt..U. ; 31<
f y rUolumb/a: / .. . . . . ... . .... . .. ..
via.
i of thU silo woe high It may Points 'harlot'a " )0211'I Ora A. home ... ....' .. . . .. . :
:: :
lrTl Jacksonville for all : :::::::: II : Artnltont ,i4yr
4 tho cad us it Connection Made at rGroenhorn';:: :. : : l1aa 1201p . . .. .. .. .
,
G I prove economical in <]|! is no specific for Dmtvilln. ... .... ... .... .. S :lln :7 lap( A.'h..ttanoolt". Tpnn.. . . 11. ...l' s:+>rr .
stand for more than a huntlrcnl .. .. .. 0 ArLexingtun.\ by ::::. .: ;.""
should -s I :
; Rlch'mnm .... ... .... .. 11I' > dr Clneinnatl: 4) . .... .
t years. It U essential that a concrete, consumption. Fresh air exercise MIL1tGE TICJU TS. Ar I.ynchh'4' \ :: -3.h- -420p- l'.uclnnatl. U... .. ..... ..:JUI.. t'......"r +., (. I
:: I. larlvaehhtgt.n
Ktonu or brick silo have a good foundation nourishing food and Interchangeable mileage; tickets good! over 13,000 miles of among the priocl- A. (.barllttevtlle.., .. 6 Ixa" a lop ArCi.u.guIll" .. .. .._.. . ..

I a agtll otherwise It li likely to nettle un- in the southern states, are on sale by the principal agents. . :' :::: "" II" Od1a: II Nee 2 ) LvClnclnn..I.U.... .... . . .ln: J.I u..P. ;J4 1 ar
a Scott's Emulsion will come pal> railroads N.. mn re ... : :: .. I) 81 8 ap Ar.hlc..lo.lIl.. .. . .... . ..
the of the A. C. L. or write, :ri .
evt'uly.1111 crncks will appear In and Information apply to agents ArWe.t 1.llIladcll'hln... .. 1 lose" nse IjiA.
For reservations ... ... ... .
1 wall giving the air a chance to cuter pretty near curing it, if thereis FRANK' C. BOYLSTOX, Dint Pass Agf. W. D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt. New York . -II-"_ "Ill' .6Y'a(' .I.v((''Indnnatl. 0. ... ..... . .. ..CJlIV n ol '. :!::8.Ar
u4yilly
)w 1C the silo I It H put nt least three feet anything to build on. Millions tt8: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .0.84-'New: york and Flnrlda Fxprees.> Lv hnoann0tl,0.I --cT1. I }
"
Car I'ort ::\ : ::::.::::::::::: o. :
firm W. J. CllAIO, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. 1'ullmall .awtn Knnln Sleeping U ..
this assures n A ;
[ '
i, w into tho ground of people throughout the II. M. EUEHSON, TralHo Manager. C. T.mpa anti J\Ck: : nnv\llo\ toaw York. AretrnlF) Mleh. ..... .... .... .1'111.11I'I -
GTON. N. ,
l i footing and also adds to the depth of WIJ.ln _Xo. 3"Wa..hlngton and Flnridn. Lbnlted! I.v f'mcillnat-- 1. ,.... .. . .. .. .. .. sMickaonvdletoNewYurk JOr\
l i i world and in good -- - -- - --- -- ---- Car, .. .. .
tho structure are living . --- - ---- -- ---- - - ---- ----- -- -- 1>.lily Pullman, IIr..wlng Room Sleeping ArPlttaargl a.. .. ... .. ,,
--- .!!_ :JIp
,,
r There are great possibilities lu re- health lung.g : ____ 1.vC'II11'.n"tl.O.. .. .. .. .... . )\1" t'"T.. e4Y,
1'
) on one
t d
.
,
enforced concrete, and a circular strut <>J I> Xo. 30 .r'IevelxndO.. " t :JIpLv
tt4 : E.A..JB Th.ough 'TIIELAND OF TilE SKY"I I HIl'! '
..... .. "
l..xID. "y "
1"
turo Is the best to bo easily re-en- | From time immemoriallhedoctors Arl..onlovltle.y. .. .. ... . . . . yASnvannnh )
.. .. .. ... \ . ? ? ; :
.. 71\1\1'
I.vJ."k..o.nll..l1a.. .So.Ry .......
forcotl. Silos have been built of eonrretr prescribed cod liver LINE RAILWAY.FOR L-jI 01& ........ :.. ... ... ": 1:1: ten Ar St. Lou. .. Mo.. .. .. .,4011
..
;1' : but usually with solid walls and AIR A.Colnmhllt.8.$ C. .. .... ... ....... II II 00a Arann f.tnn. AI"... ... ... . ., 114+
The oil for consumption. Of Ar A.hevlllor..C. .. .. ... .. .. ;. ... .. lisp\' arnlrntingllxtnAla.. . ... .. . .:.;... A p
i juuch thicker than necessary. : C.... .... .. .. 987) ArMemphix.Tenn ...... .. : ,. ,..
method of construction heretofore has course the patient could not A.HotS"rlng.-I.A.Knox"lI1e..l.enn. ... .. . ....... .. 81M'p' ArK..I\II.lty.JIIo.. .. .. ... .. .. .. a III''
t .L4L ... .. .. :.. N /Min' .. . ..
1Ih."II1., .. .. ... :: : mpfl..Toi1D.. .. .. n2t1
t In most CUSPI been cumbersome requiring take it in its old form henceit BAVAXXAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, febUTIIERX PINES, RICHMOND, Ar t."I. _......... ..r.. .. ........ 4a0p l Pint !PprinF R. Ark.. .. .. .. .. .. -
v a large nmount of lumber tok(1 'Ctnclnnuttll ... .. ... .. . .. ... (1.&C 8 13. - Fdld"
t I construct the forms. With unskilled did very little good. They WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE: PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, No.13--'Time: Flnridn. LtmltP.I"/ Dnll and) I flYldtut
'hee
Jl/n. 811-Dany Pullman Lrnwfn Root" and ventih0le. treat. through day now Cindnnarl0nclnnatt. ,I.
) labor the question of concrete silos lee can: takeSCOTT'S Sleeping Car between JlWkeo"vllte .and mall sleeping C..re. Jark.on..lI\o\ to ('at

h {1 still a problem. Good grades( of cement . Two Elegant Trains Daily . No. 13-iLllman Jacknnvllle. Drawing\ H/nuingholu Room. !lIC". 'llamplu'.
manufactured and. nro becoming between '
j are now Excellent Dining Car Service K.n.... City an.lCora? .lo prill' ____
{ much cheaper. Machines have already Seaboard Mail.
Seaboard Express,
been made with which re-en
JACKSONVILLE.
a ARRIVALS AT
built with comparative '. '"1IIaF.om
walls
forced hollow are Limited". .
r From New York Washington etc-So.211, "Washington. and Florida
.'
unit! when we learn how EMULSIONand ,," alasFrom
( f cl\sc. PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. and Florida Expres
; MODERN New York. "'a blnjtton.sto-No.33.::: Wellington ''s 'seen
A to handle cement to the best possible .and Florida Limited". ::
Cincinnati Aelierlllo\ etc-:No ta! Washington ao
New Orleans.
Jacksonville to ..
tolerate it for a long ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers From Chicago.Cincinnati. Atlanta etc.-No.14. "Florida _


n time. There is no oil, not reservations call on Agent Dlat. Pass. Agt.,
1 ( I For full Information and sleeper any J. O. L'USI.: ,

tijjj excepting butter, so easily Seaboard, or write IOSWestBaySt., Jacksonville! Fla

t3 digested and absorbed by the Pa Agt. S. C. BOVLSTON, Pass. Agt. l1ll1l1t""II" C
Oen. s. ,,,
AII
t.
: i ; ? cod liver oil in the A. O. MACDONELL. 8. H. It.\no WICK, 1'. T. M.. Washington. I>. C.{ 1W. H.T YLOE. G.P. A. w
( jjj system as JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.FOLEY'S BROOKS \.MUKOAX. 0. 1' A. Atlanta.O.. _
form of Scott's Emulsion .
t ''IL it -- -
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f: 1 f' gilll and that is the reason it is so 5O YEARS I

; helpful in consumption whereits EXPERIENCE


use must be continuous.
fI

F I t, i 1 fl We will send you a Visiting Cards and Invitations

I+ + ill : I in sample free. KIDNEY CURE


;: f j] Be sun lint this caso'of Kidney TMAOC MARKS
picture. in the form, of Will cure any DcsloasCo.vltwurs
a label i. an the wrap or Bladder disease 'that is not &..C.AnTflneaenrttnc .

per nf very bottle of beyond tho reach of medicine.GIVEN qntoklf. MacertAin mr a.5Meh.nd oinnmn free deiM-nptlon whofher me anInvention ;.
L da y kmuliion buy la pmhnhly.u.nt.hle. Commnnlra.ttnnentnctlyc
I e My. you UP TO DIE.: lnl.8l., ETmnnill. lens DliteMt mtfttirf fur M>curtiiaPa B. sptee.1Q'.04! : N. ytr" ..f= Miinn *: Co. reralveQMfinI
Scott & Bowne rnd..write.t n".r four i..r.. I w. itoabl l> taken through
1 lest flesh ooCIc' wlihout ony. u th*
L4 d/I/ IIIOl'f tG( 3 1 Chemists audw..xoablsto with a kidney. and work.bladder Three affection.phr.I"l.: ...t.Ued Scientific JFlmericam

t ne ....i..eo oo to din. Foler'a:
409 Pearl Street -.i Kidney: was reo .mm.iiaed and the flr UM% A h.nrt.om.ty l.la. .tnt.Hl w...klr.uUClon .. I.."""", f'lr-
botaetne me (real relief and after takin "" r>( any Hvntltlo }nurn.l. Term.. t.1 a

..--- _ .V _" . New York tea. .eaoDdbatUI: was.allrely rand." 1.00 v ur JN & aaiB"NewlYork THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEii
... 5 ,, I tit BTAVM UIA VUUOUr LOOK.tills I'I I, Red cross Pharmacy Br..ucb. uaoa. .63t: r ....Waahlixtaa. U C.

1 ( Advantage wla undoubtedly be the





': 4 t 1t



EAST COAST ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 3. 1905. 7 .



JACKSONVILLE. HARDY BULBS.Pmrllral : CANTALOUPE SEED.8.le..U..n rrEEJ: ..A..LTO

-- ....
llvwlnUtt
:t1..Ia..la lu IManllnac KorICiirly l.oal.l_
WESTMORELAND HOTEL Went liny and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE StirliiK flower(. Hvlttna In Ibe KleltlCareful ,

FLA. \Verv tanuht, thut the little bill!>. Heed selection and tin' I'\IW-
the snowdrop nlno the tulip, cro-u Ing of the plant under peeulliub fuvornble -
American plan. Centrally located. Just built and open und hyacinth would be beurtlteil( conditions' In Colorado are '. when taken >> \\ere thoy Ue> i of the Kinky Font'tuntiiloupo '
ripe in with the e\olutlon
ed tbU season. Fine cooking and Rood table. Hoc and Cold Water SELF LOCKIN GT.
lo a dry. cool pbuo and plniitinl IIBIUI ; frii.ii til,' rsetted (lew melon.Siiil -

Baths, Elevator, eta. Five minutes fiom any wharf or depot. All In the fall but I limn thought tli.u Hflwtion Is' thought to pl.iy\ an linpottnnt -
,( some of them the tulip In jMirtlcnlur,
the dour. HateR *JV! part In tli! Iu'olhl..tlllu of goodmelons.
I. 'eet cars pass : to W.fiO per day.Vis. would bloom better tlio swond i' ?ar It-
Accoiilli'g to good until,>rlt.\',
left in the Bronnd-nov\ers nearly a
A. J. WALKER Proprietor. u perfect HIM Uy Foril cantaloupeshoiilil
large and twice i\t many of them. .
-- -- IIIIhtl01' full Itu'ties. Indlanuter -
1 Uij )
1 \\'0 co\ered u largo beil of tulips and ulKHit fo'.r .ill'. live.elglitlisluibes .CKLE:

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE: FLA.On vhon ripe with some three therein Inches brvldlutf of l- long. It ohoiilil hll\'" nlKer gruyiiettlng. : .. .
good loim: nnd planted
whlt'h Ntaivls, out I 1Iw tlihk,
I !
the Ameilcan uml Kuroit| Under new ma.tgemwnt Xowltmiilshed und renovated. A |"i-sant] In cleaning up In the fall we took otr lieiivj' lace, priu'tlcalb' \erlug the cu-
family home. Hares, : American' Plnn, *:J! (01) nnd $2:! 50; Kuropunu, 50cts about one-half of the addinl lonni before tinnvelon HUM' tlio will ill-lined 8l.itioliiinl
and up. All cats form Union station Htnp at the door.II. inukliliiK for whiter. The ne\t (. KtrlmMhbh" run tlio entire .

W. HANCOCK, Piopiietor.Tbo spring we hud the fluent bed of tullp 1'lIolh. 'Hie luti'lHtli-es In the llettlliHhoitld .ELOCK-:

beautifully, located Kiveit>ido Hotel nt r.reon Cove pl'lnA'R, Is under the we e>'er grew. bo llgiit\ olive "green' turnlim
when the melon I Is rcul.Tor .\'
slightly yollnw
Bimo'
1I11\1II11"menl. In planthiR bulbs we follow tile old
faxliloucd method of having u little inarlvi't.Tho .
,
Inside of the melon! H. <"ortiiilyis !
sand under ciuli bulb Mont of tho
New Hotel Windle JACKS.ONVH.LK, FI. mD.\. bulbs anil tuberous rooted plant that eHoentl.il I IIH tlu ontslde, and n Colt

10 East Foisyth 8 tltlel we know dislike[\ and will not do \\'tllIn .

Center. of City ; cool, airy looms; flist-cluHs In appointments. The bent rich a and sthUy there soil.will Make be no it doubt porous of an the.I ".< \ Js A now inul Rio.it; InvtMillou, ti>1 It rnmis time, money ami labor. 1C will

to $:!.:iO<) Ameilcan plan houso In the city. all (lie :,i',," for the
:$2; Opon year. European It-suits. ., ' woik hoi Izontally, tiiwliiii' down or i 1\t nn I' otllJl: ('. I It Is ImposHlblo rope-
:
plan, $1 per d. y, ono petwon.. Pteu bus fiom tiains and steamships, Near The lilies, like tile peony family, ;" .: ': to slip when locked, anti no levtr ">i' tiller(>I'O attachment Is used In thU da
:
.
/ .
should not bi dUturbed except to separate ,
all car !loes. Special weekly rates. C. I). SMITH, rl'op.SI them and to renew tho soil '.", vice Thoto" ,Ix only nnu "trpt* l" In'I' si" ln"cr mid look llifc load, nnd It is im-

which! hna been exhausted: after growing poHxiblo for tho ropo to J J.Lln or eli.ilt1: nnd I tlicio. I I..* nothing to Rot out of orde -
.. them for few ThU should,
a
ABH I.az I 1"I.On I U.\. yearn. In this oilKtuiil\ tacklu hl be done wheu tlio folnKi! 1 III ripe and
hogliiH to turn yellow keeping tho bulb ; Hay bo noon at tltt, AI.VOI"AIH "111.,... Tlmsvllle; or E. <>. Painter Co., ami S..

out of the ground 1 as abort a tune uspossible. U. Huhliaid( Av I'o., .111,1'11I\111.,.

A good, mulching! :: will bebonertclal
.
THE BREAKERS-BY-THE-SEA Seabioezn (liytonilie.ich ;
to onr native bulbs and neccsnary -
,) IHoild.i. ,
to protect V lou"ll1ol"lIUnlld L.laucuolluni .
,
album, whlt-h nre not quite ,
Tho only Hotel on V.ytonIleach Open the Entiie< Year.It Charles I\II'J K<'1IPH HAMClt: Toil HIMlt.tiulu " /.
hardy enough: for our winters -
,"
i:. Keith. cxpcilim ut HtutUiii. bulletin, 8:1): '''' . ',\ \
Is a bome-llko hotel at a rensorable )pi Ice. klectilo lights( nUll all modern tlu llesli, blimild, I be till?!lt inul Ilnn" ,

:onvcniences. Sea food a specialty. Flist-class' li\eiy In connection with the I'Ip..n.lnlC Ai'i.l.. Tre..M.Kesults Mi.iootli( froo" from au>' watery uppourIIIUCM. -
obtalneil, at the Michigan rlc-h. melting In 11.1 nor. Tho
hotel. Hates (2.00'per day nn experiment BtU Ion whoa sprucing up- Color of till' ""MIt IH'.ir tile- I Mill MlllXlllIlu 1 t'
high grade furnished cottages on the bench In connection with the IT tel. Special pie treen with the lime, salt nnd sulphur < dink green.. "Minuting, UhliU'i', toward

attention given to traveling men's comfoit. nilrtuip for Sun .Toso sealo wore the sei-d c.iIty, wlilih Hhould, naliii011 .
less satlbfactory thnn with the peach ..r OIHIII: ,> lu color. 1 ho llcshtt\
U. J. HOLT, Proprietor. and moHt other fruits, ns Uio trees nro ..Uou mottled with Hiiliuou inul 1 not nil- JlE
generally; not only larger' nnd with I'o.i.motily t Is entliely of t tint: color, .+, 'If ,
thicker heiuls than other fruit trees 'IliO lll"\ "t Steps I \ III WOed Xl'lei'tlolldiould :1' ,:t(.

or.)) SI ABltl.azl':. nOODAr.L, 1"1.\. th tin making them more: dltUcult! to In1 I, t ::N'O: Mlion tho melons tuvflowing I f.1; *
spray, but the loose and rough li.irk upon ( : i\tni: prolllle hills ghould l I"> THI5 SHOWS ') .
the trunks and larger braiichen ui.iiUcd! w Itlt .Mick\ *, and I tlio o.itllestr.i' . THE FRONT -
make It almost Impossible to reach all !| '""lllot> melons. oonl'oi'mnitf to I lie,' '
The Seaside Inn DAYTOXA HE\CH, FLA.Is of the scale, and the sumo Is true rognrdlng nliovi* 1 Idral Hh.mld I U, 1111-.1 I for nee,1 I, OF .THE -

the fuzzy covering upon Stills,I from t tlii-M' ilioio: upocliiioiiHhuilld WALTONPAT. THESE ARE OUR \
young twigs of ninny ynrletles. l-'or bo pi',nitcd In il pliuo:\ Nol.itiMl'r
now open) for tho summer neason, under the management/ of tho owner, these reasons the results onllimrlly se ,>ui olhot' UK'I >iu, IIIK! thu HIIIK> cine ., BLOCK PATENT LONG-
IIOHACK P. TEW AH.'l'. INndxonio and new situ.itml on I Iaytnna ('ur..lVhl.'l1 npnijlng apple trees have 111.,1111,o ca'I''i .i1- (Inft, :in,.luc V"'urho '. ROLLER BEARING
Beach, the hotel la modem In all Its appointments, with laigo, ally' IOIL16- not been us good as wllli tho peach liiulvluli.il. gurnet ...h.wlllill/ "U l.ii
ant overlooking the ocean ami oppoulte Heating's Cauino aDd Tier. SHEAVES.WaltonVinton .
rooms
"' pecially from the first one or two nppllciitlonn I\MI HI'CVl, U* lit' Ctlll ,K>I\'u It 1I10II.> CIIO-
The surf bathing is unexcelled. Terms moderate.
;'iittinll..>H i tli.in tiny commcrcliil suedC
HORACK }o'. S1KWAKT:! Owner and JIauiiger.T1TUSVILLK. : I'\\'l'I'.

______ ___ __ - - ______ _u_ _ __ _______ A I'laut Fur the I'eaplv.
<:. The common nanio of geranium of 'lilntiNfvrN..

---- course menus tlio pelargonium. Tills The China nuti'is MIC mining thf 1>"Nt
seems to'pennons nil thi .qiialltlcatloimof ,> nil thu iiiuinal /Kirtli'ii tlo\\ers. 'Ihey
THE ALPINE COTTAGE, TITU&VILLT:, FLOUIDA. n plant for the people-namely, beauty mo of tlw. onili-st. cnltnio, nio...t fri'o of
of. foliage und lower nnd a pleasing 1.>bloom nnd coiiiiutxn( it nuiltltiiilo of
Xow opened. Every thing at this bom ding-house is new and np-t( -lI"te, '
fragrance. More than this. It adapts fuium niul olorx.. 'lhc.v me th\ Toforonilmlrubly '
cuisine and service HiAt-cl.iHS, with remonubl: rates. Hood and polite attention.
Itself to situation. Is free from ,
MJCS. KATK MYKHH IIBDILgel"eKII.J.o' every adaiilcil to pioCuno> ami KOIIITOIH -
A. 1.0LEY::! Assistant. Insects and dlneflse' can be propagated/ (,HectM III HI'lilMlH'H of 1.111111. Ill!:,
by cuttings, Bueds root ,dlvlnloa' layer' llioy ar ) nNo wortliy of wlilo iittiiitlou -
lug and mossing or brought from the bofaiiMo they> uro IK! ipteil to ninny j
PEACOCK HOUSE, TITUSVILLE: FLA. garden In autumn nnd hung/ by the of till ptupoMCH for \\'b 11'11 tliryHiuitliDiiiiH I (J 1L55. i

First-class Board at Kcasonublu Uato Itewtnurant nnd Retail (iioeory In heels to the cellar rafters nnd will bo nro I'OWII, niul they
connection. MHS. !M. I.. ACOCK(, 1>1"01"IHL'l'lUOltl ready with veiy little core In early mined to l KM'feet Ion wholly wltliout lino .1 }
spring to start anew and be as fine In of Kliisn. 'fI licy nttnlu lln-lr lient In thoiledlno
tho garden bed In summer an ever It \ of tho HI'IIROII, fiom Into Aunuit
:, N. C. wnn. till fioHt. ut a time \>)KMI iiuiuy ofI

\ I lie iiiiiiutiU and I tlio KI'enter pint of tlio
Fine drupe Dla.>l.r.,
peicunl mi' npcnt aii ItlLTMORE, X. C. This splendid basket of grapes was' din
UO\MTH ciury wiidi u profusion of
Kenilworth Inn exhibited the New York state fair
nt bloom nnd color down to the vcty ( losing >
.VBAROPEX A"ItHVULJ': :. Patent Roller Bushed
by the New York Fruit fJrowers association In of winter.IVhllo Sheaves
lust fall. Designs/ of this iliar8PLE.NDIL. -

:: THHOUOHOUr THE YEAH.
I I Hut of tfir- \ lot>> a illHeiiMp Hint linn. of Into
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EDGAR MOORE, Proprietor.2TKW jeiirs beene> ry dcHtructlve' In Oldnniw >> '-

/ trrowliiK llstrkts. U. cliariuterlxc -

: YOKK. luto development! inoro o peflully -
In later July and 1 during Aii (unt.
1'liKt a llrtht colored Itl>ot. then tliowliolo
gniiu| linnKH rotted nUll of thoHIIIIKI

Hotel Marlborough llxht; brown color, wltli fuiiKousIniHlulex '
of il.iiker broxvn Miilweciient-|
ly menly white In thw drloil Krupw. Th >

Bronll way, UOth and 37th btreots, New York. periodlieu thu Kraiics. liejcln to usmiint j

Completely Renovated l and transformed In every clepaitment. Most centrally ) a rlperiptl. color IK ono of if rout
located hotel on liroa in every room In the house.EUUOPEAX by thu Ohio>> eM: ,crliui-nt station
PLAX. 4X( Uooms. 20(1 bath rooms. Rates: $1.I O nnd upward l 114 about tlmt for Muck. rot with ,
without bath. $:J! and upward with batli. Parlor, bedroom and bath $J )pcrhnpx inoio! enijilniKlH on the later appllentlonsi -
and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bnth $*> and upward. of bordeaiir: nilxtiiro: nndluniiionlucul

&WEEXEY-TIEKNEY: HOTEL: COMPANY, ('urbonato.Plnnt .
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E. :M. TIE11NEY, Manager.
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\\'liy not til.tnt a VillA IIM\ well an 11treo
? (;I"OW u wood Id no ovfi .oinnfeme.
-/ ( If tin1 fence I U old, HO rnuHi

FrvJ ".r J r _r l morn 11 the vino va 11111 III". A fine, -- .t,
.
thriftylm> will cnr it hoxt>> of / "X'_.. -_---._, Tut roots down about four These long Koller Ileailng/ 'el\""., which mo looked tion ns tho grcato:
fe.'t up'.irt 1.1 1 wuldi tlio I'"wlh11111 antifriction\ \ roller beuilnn/ In tho world, urn without rnttes! to hold the roll
BAJBKET Of OBAPKH.acter In tho fill, i n I mi- the lunvex Imre illen.: la jilace, and 1 therefore ore far more lurntle! and run with far less friction/ tba

made of cboloo specliuena offnilt "fllole t: tIll d.1 >,otM In\fun luiie[ iitrifiiMttlif tho old-stylo cage. The niieavo cnmlngs nre' made ulld, tnndlns double tb
as was the case In thin Instance, oil fen! t. llw'inuriy uliwifn v:!111 rain of tlio skeleton 'Iron sheave*.
arevery. attractive and add much: to a rover encli .her In riid'nt'n-r! hue". !'"
fruit display/ .-American Agr1
hunge.Il .

I THOUSANDS: OK THKM( HKI.M>O IN" TIn: 'NEW: EXCLAM) STATES.::

I STRAY PETALS I .... Tblunloa Fur I'lmnim.
r --For all lln Ainorlcaun pltnnM fruit so b"III"II

The season for Dutch 'bull* planting ,. that tu mi experiment conducted at
la now ou. tht"lH<-ont Iti experiment stntlon It .
Set ttllipM about tlvw luthos deep nnd wa-< found that nearly' four.fifths of
five tu> six lncb flt npnrt. the crop nbould bfi removed In onltrto :

I'laut byat-luthu nil or tlgltt Inches < K"t really satisfactory result. Walton Self-Locking Block Co
apart crown Imperial*) a foot apart
and both the same depth as tallpi.Crocii Frtf. Fnr Oood lload ,,

.* and other low growing bullw To encourage? thn construction ofK0o 4OI Atlantic Avenue -- IJOSTO.V, MASS.
are itry pieaslnK wheu "nuturallzed" In the gran* of tbe la wo.Peoalett Iowa town h.iv olTereil n serlen of -- --

kbould be divided and replanted prize to tho farmers living" within It"e

In October.AYb miles of the town for the best bit of
r" soil Is lltfbt ami well drained JOB PRINTING
road npiir their farms. :
> uy" I*, )[. Car
ee mignonette sweet alyssuni larkspur //.II .::it).
rentuurea. nemophyla etc.. may be

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE sown la autumn to give the plant anparly linn Htoml the Tent 12H \>arx. .
fjirlair ;start The old Executed at the office of the j'j'
Take up tuberose*, dahlias, gladiolus, original Onorn'M Tiuiteles .
--- -- calldluros. Chill Tonic. You know what loti
- caonas, tl! rtdlas and madeira yon are '
Tbne n few day after froat taklno It Is Iron anil n.ulnln In taste- 'J
FOLEnIlONIY... TAR FOIE IIONEYARbfARstOpa blacken the plant*. eRA form. No onre no pay SOcts.! at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE. .
the eowtfb aAei heala laotf. Cur.. Colds Pr..*.t* Paaumool Ked Cross I'barmacy, Tlt.unill., Kla.







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.... .......... .... .........................* H. M. KLAGLER'S A GRACIOUS REVIVAL. ::EE :sr & :se.:: .. :!:'rrN'-G: :

; B I :* 'Ve have been dealers |In dia.iE CROWNING EFFORT. -.
i I For three weeks there has been a gracious THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS

} :* monde and other precious stones Florida will command more attention revival of religion going on In St. TJ.'t'-1s'V'J..11o I'loricin

? It than when the extentioa Pauls Methodist Episcopal church Eau .
ever proposed
since the establishment of
,,, >JI> ***********A. **********: our | of the Florida East Coast Railway via Oallie. Rev. J. B. Hawk, the pastor, Our Lenders I

4: J:; business in 18'8' und direct importers for more than 20 years :* the Florida Keys to Key West will have and his brother, !Mr. A. Wesley Hawk

been accomplished Henry M. Flagler of GreeD Cove Springs/ are holding the EDWIX CLAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN" SHIRTS STETSON I Ii[ \'I I-.'

> u( j =We save you the middleman's profit= : Intends to make this extension and the meetings. Mr.\ A. W. Hawk Is a traveling CROSSETT SHOES, E. A W. CALLAKS, i K.VOX() nAND ,\ \r*,

I TilE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR TilE LAUIls"
rt 61 .. Invasion of Cuba the crowning effort of man who Is entering upon evan -

: : his life and be another In gelistic work.
It will jewel
J'cc. fYfL' J markd old The largest and most cimi],l 1.< t I.' ,,
\b : The meetings have been by > ofupt.odale
.
v & WHITE: JOK OURCATAI.Of.UK. K the crown of the man who has made
p ready-made<< clot i .
C' t hi
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r Florida beautiful time revival fervor from the first service. 'J i "MT(
rK ji'l JtWtLInR'; $ I.MrOllTKKfi, :: < have shown on the East Coast : ltin_ ',_, ,
twenty IQ
4' If lib Flagler[ should live another fifteen Something over persons

v, Z 41 West Day St. Jacksonville, Fla. :: or twenty years there will be tin professed conversion, and sixteen have price from $II to JJ.OO.:!


h ****************************************************.* doubtedly a network of good roads on joined the church.hardened sinners have been r1 tyf Complete stock of swell si I, ', i-:,
1 the Florida East Coast, as feeders to the The most ''rand
'- - high cuts In both lace
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transformed and started a now life. " ,
railroad which he built he being on ''II
xt. L. MOTIO'vI : ". TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. of a faith greater ,than most men possessed The persons who have made the start in In Patent Leather Tan, (ann, 'lht\ tall|

I Pearl and Tan Buck and Vii i l\i I.I.jO i I.
the Christian life In from about :,
lange ago
would have had In the barren waste
f
The following are the timeR of arrival
rtM1 w1)t -$ / to $i a! Mi) -
F IW'n'
heads of families
Several
i
and departure of passenger trains to and stretching from Jacksonville on the 10 to 74 years. :Mfr Q tlJf '.{ tit

from TItusvllle: north to Miami on the south. and young people are among the recruits. ,

1 DUZ'n' I SOUTHBOUND. With far-seolne ability, Mr. Flagler The comm unity has been greatly awakened t i ; alI r Our line of high art, tl\llor'madl', t"th,1: t(,

::. Loave.TltusvIlleforMIatntand. I 1 10:an! p m on the subject of religion/ and InR will stand tho most rigid,: ,IHM i,,'', >100: ,
made his mind that the people of the
Intermediate points at I 3:3U: p m up
many professed Christians who were living Only the latest and best fabrics<"ntii!" I into,
North when they became wealthy enough
NORTH IIDUND.
OLD OLD KYEWHISKY cold 1 distance from their Lord its construction. The latest d"|" "]_,II', ,
at a << ire
Leave ]
; .t Tltuevnleforjackonatlle I 8:00: am to travel, would want a. comfortable place .
Intermediate points at i 1 US carefully studied and. embodied, 'Unrein)..
RYE p ro and Master have been quickened into I r "
I, / Tlnmvllle in which to spend the winter months,
for Sanford SKI:: am We ask In
I your inspection. < i"> ; '
life. "nl"liOD''WIth
4rrlve'flt..avlllelrum. Hanford. la.'Opm: which are severe enough/ In the Xorth new
and this department, we cuii , '
The still In
----------- and West even for robust people but an rneetngs are progress m.
It Is hoped that more yet be plete and up-to-date line of "i.cni\;( ineni
Full of may
Tragic Itleunlii{; ,ill year round residence In tho :North for many
won to the Divine life before the revival Furnishings Shirts of the fam,,,,, \an.[
me theMe lineN from .J. II. Simmons, of the Invalid l Is an Impossibility. With
liattan brand la Madras, (Chcu>t_ ,LDd', '
cloHs. The outlook is favorable. |
Casey, la. Think what might have resulted fast and !well equipped trains the Now
+ from his terrible cough If he had Percales both negligee and etui' I.?' Yorker or the Bostonian or the Chicago (
uI' not taken the medicine about which liewrites New Cure For Cancer. VrlJW effects. Fail t1 Wilson Collars: Knot
man can be transported In a little over a
: "I had a fearful cough that disturbed
I ; and Stetson Hats. In fact, evpf\ .i<
'Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, my niuht's reel I tried every- day to one of the palatial hotels, man All surface cancers are now known to CCuwyeyt CC8101ory !
o (I I be curable by J liucklen's Arnlcn Salve. 'fiS= r4fj", to a well-dressed man's wed ube, '
' Etc. thing,.but nothing would relieve It, until aged by the Flagler hotel system ,
Stout
; Ales, 1 took Dr. King's :New Discovery for Walters, of Uu1lleld, Va., writes: "I SCHLOSS BROS.&CO A.. Our line of neckwear is unusually ,,'m.1

$ i i i52T Scnd me your orders! Consumption, Coughs and Colds, which Florida; then Is the nearest point to had a cancer on my Up for years, that: Fine ClothesMiiRersi plete, in Strings, Ascots, Foin-in noils!
to and find<<1 a mild climate and seemed incurable till Jiucklrn'a Arnica
1 N 1 TITUSVILLK and C JC'OA, FLORIDA I completely cured me. Instantly relived escape ..A'"r NL'W rWEh and l also made up shapes. All tin new
and permanently cures all throat and homelike surroundings. Salve healed it, and now it Is perfectly '
Guaranteed for cuts and colorings Suspenders, .Storking! ,
soil cure
lung/ diseases; prevenlM.prlp and
; pneu and
Something }ja wanting, however
''i'l monia. At Red Cross burns. 25oat;; lied Cross Pharmacy. derwear and Handkerchiefs All 1'0'1'
s J. R. WALKER & CO., Pharmacy; guaranteed that something Is good roads on. the Hall orders a specialty.
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] ; /Mo. and *1.00. Trial; bottlo free. stock and of the best gmdOR.Un. I
( i'" )t ttl ; s TITUSVILLE, FLA. Florida East Coast and that something Worth' Panacea.la _

Job rliitliig.. the State of Florida will surely give the jour 1M.SI:! great commercial ___n_ _ .____ _ n _ _ __
v visitors and her own people in the not distress: was expel( Ivnced throughout

Do not forget the fact that at the Al>- distant future. Of course, Mr. Flagler I'rniu-e, und M. "Worth the famous ................................N....................

It'1' S VOCATK office, Titusvlllo, we do job cannot
printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and case, do his big share of the work. cnlicd! boforo a parliamentary comnilttfo : :
i Instituted! to Inquire into the
elfpodltlou ly. Letterheads Xotebeada, There Is no reason why a main trunk
Billheads, Envelopes, Tags/ and all other road for automobiles and carriages causes: and asked for his theory and
!
I Ills:! remedy. The salaries of the president aJL I
41 kinds.
should not bit built from Jacksonville to << of the republic und the ministers! RED PHARMACY

LASS" FOR SALE, St. Lucle and Dade Miami, and there Is no reason why, except sold the great man milliner ought to(

the Important outlay of money and be considerably'raised l because built> : :
,
I counties. Description of land Westie
:
T commencing the work, that; Intersectingroads cost much more than dinners! nud official ..: .
of northeast ):( and west! of soul 1 h- should not be built connecting the people ought to be paid salaries .or; .

t4 east !?;f, sec 10, township 32, range 30, different places of the East Coast with a handsome enough' to oniiblu them to :.

r 4 101 20-100) acres, St. Lucie county main trunk line road and the railroad. give n grout many bulls. M. bevy, : TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA .
.
[ d Weit ig of northwest' Jj and west !1! old Worth In disgust/ only gave two
With these roads and a of j
system Complete Stock of
of southwest ti BCC. 35 township 32 balls u your, nail the crush was: so -
,
M .a.rar.w draining and irrigation, the Florida East great that ladles elected to wear their DRUGSAA
y range 30 Kit) acres St. Lucie : !
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county. i
!' "Our Perfection TraIritak.." Xoitheast l of southeast} sec 3, Coast will become populous and It will old dresses rather than buy new onus: PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES,

township 'H: 4 south .4 41 east be a veritable garden; << as everything that which would most assuredly be spoiled ,
range ;
_ Has the Celebrated Tray Trunk for Sale close to O. K. Wood's pineapple plan- can be grown In the tropics can be grown la the crowd. Piiy higher salaries, give : L, "Pre crlptloD is Filled with the i I :

J; -Call and see It- In Florida. Public spirited men, like more balls and ask fewer guests to )
tation on St. Lucie river; 40 acres, Utmost Care and Promptitude's! ., :
each function-this was Worth's rem
good roads
Dado Mr. Flagler, are giving more

: e' Also county., the northeast 14 of northeast than a passing thought these days, as edy.n crusli The, voulil Indies,Inrext relieved In of new the dresses fear of J WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER !

dEs) r ; Robbins & Graham Co they have seen In good roads, such as
'' 31), sec 18, township 33 south range money would circulate, trade would

M .1 I II l east; on south fork of St.: Lucle Now Jersey and other States have a real revive and nil would go ns merrily as

3''t't t' 1 l d (Incorporated.) river; JO acres, Dade county. wealth producer, for good roads attract marriage liells.) I f Toys Novelties Souvenirs Etc.!

l1 PAID UP CAPITAL $25,000.00 Apply to CHAS II. WAr/rojf:: TItus good people.It ,
Is a good thing for the Florida East Tile Ancient ttnoiitoon.
vllle Fla. .
l yf' v ,
This owns
,; i ia company Coast that Mr. Flagler has taken to au- A siiontoon, n weapon similar to the
j Choice Line of School Perfumery Bnnlics,:
Cigars, Stationery Supplies, ,
Imlbeit, was borne Instead of a half
:XIN": :ID 13, Application for Tax ccd. tomodillng, as there was a time when it .
a t told for pike by officers of British Infantry till Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies and all other articles kept*
I :
was quite dangerous, so am ,
tile Indian five Country; On the St. the your liSt! Pointed backward<<1 or

; ;& Lucie River; at New River and on Day Under SHO. g of Clnii.| 48HH, Laws of Florida an automobilist to enter the Flagler forward. It save: the Rlpninl for advanceor by up-to-date drug stores J

TVTOMCK': IS Iran nv GIVEN THAT JACOH home yard.<< :Now ho uses the automo retreat and planted upright la the
Blscnyno. Prices to suit the times. _T\ Z, KYZKIl iiiirohiiiHir, of Tax (errltlrate : ::rr'VeIve: ,: prompt and careful attention to all mail orders. j
pp
( re I I No.248,dnteil the let day"if J n ly, A.1 I.luni' bile at Larchmont at Ormond and in ground it commanded<< a halt. Specimens .
%ilk;,, u Semi for Land! List. linn. l tlleil. sold. rnrtillimte. In my olltre. and hnaInadaappllcntlmlfur the White Mountains\ and<<1 the writer Is can be SI'1I111 tho Tower armory .....................................................
| tjiic doe.i| to Imna In aoncirdanra -
't Offices at TItusvllle and Miami Fla. with law. Ralil. fortllliiate oinliruoim Informed that the automobile may add In the Morning Chronicle of April 13:>,
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the followlnir di'Mi'rlbeil, i>ro)>.trty flltuated. Iti 17SO( there .In It reference to Its discontinuance
1 'i u .------ Itrnvard omlllty.JnrlI., ... to-wltt t years to the life of Mr. Flagler, as its : "lesterdny' the otllcers *)fM ..)fKf...... ..(tit.afff...)f1.LyK14y11.)f1)14 )1.....1t4I4
KM; of HE14. octlou 7, 21 south
,
85 eaHt.Tha township range health giving: qualities' Is already appreciated who mounted for St. Jnnies' thoQueen's
guard
.
East Coast Meat Market Bald lunil being l axKnBnud at Mia(Into' of Urn and its utility la such that the Hounp i .j
sad Tilt
yard werejarailed
iKHiianc-H' of Ktioh rurtltlrntu In the name of C IrI; >
L. M Park and J. I*. :ol'wu.III.. LTnloMM nalil certltlnatn Flagler team Is not much in evidence with their swords drawn Instead L
t G. F. DUREN Agent. Khali lie redeemed according to law, tax these <<
days.
h deed will lifltie tliur..on on the 4tli day of l> neiii- of the Noutoon for the first time <<
her, A. 1). 1MI9wltneu The building the Florida East Coast since the alteration took place, and we
ac:: """'1 nlllrl.il O. I.. Handaville[ the Jeweler, Is ready for :
signature Hurt seal
my thin the
and day of NovviulHtr A. 11. IMUI/ lUilioad extension will le an engineerIng hour that thc amendment (If it may be : Business in his new location. <<
po (Ct. ('t. Seal) A. A. S'rlSwaRT! feat of the line so called) Is to take place among all <<
Clerk Circuit Colrtof Itrnvard great proportions, as
enc po ei-fit ny I.A. R County fEW n'f.florliln.II, C. will pass from Key to Key on the trestle the" regiments- belonging to Ills> majes : :
:> ty.

i ) E::::' 1)111 lor Specific Pcrlornmiico and work steel.and of The course steel piers will be will of rest cement partly "Oli In nil could old, you piny but Major lice me Sturgeon saluto!says You: : I Bales iMaaonle Cr Repair Shop,O..UCI1II.ar..... :

-- nod Uetler on the coral rock that abounds on the have never n upon toon In tho house?" llalldlnjp. Poatlttceltdldhlg." :

route of the toad from Miami to Key "No," answers. Sir J-icol, "but we : -II

sear IN cmcfir ciwnr ov THE SEVENTY West; and the Keys over which the road could get you it shove pike." *****************************************************
r l _. enE Jndlol.lCircuitofFlurldalufloe, fur lirevanl .
t E::::' C'onnty.: In ('llIln..ry. will run will undoubtedly become attractive ----- -
I C'en Sarah O.OIimnon cud lnanon The Crest Moirul.

I Y C-=t JlfIthnr" Co arorpori- residence places. At one pointof Tile /greatest of the Mogul emperorsof EZI. ::: Rs :C'Y & SRO.
Lion; both of l.au; Uallle, tho road several miles of bridging will ... ;, ,
TITUSVILLK. FLORIDA.E. Flurlilu. Iudla was Aklinr, born Oct. 11, l.'J2Ho ;; ,
I 4 V8 11111 for Siocillo| ,be done and this road therefore will be began" / ti> reign when he was: but -DEALERS IN-
-- --. -- Walker li. MrCanlntl, of 11ull'erfcrusuce. I
tliiiorn, ]IMuryl.iml' : Tin In- and Keller.Whorean possibly advertised as the "du tlcMS rail. twelve years old 1 und over threo provinces GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We ,

A. MORGAN illanltlver! Coiimiontlul. Com road" and the trip will be one of the only, but' he extended his empireover ,
l Kany, a corpnatlon. <>r the the whole handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents; for MAPES FERTILIZERS
at INiluwar .and the coolest and most pleasant that a traveler nearly of India. Ills ums. '
Florida Itanch" Plantation We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all :on
l wisdom and Justice earned for him the
DEALER IN' 4'nninniiy; :' ,"t rorponttlon:: of can take. er Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.E. .
a t M s 1 the.Ntata p S utl" U+tknt._ title"OnurdinnorAtnnkind", HH court L. BRADY &; 13RO. TITUSVILLE, FLA
the imnrnoy and aollflltor for thecoinplalnimla at Agra was 1IIf1 lIltkl'lIt. Akbar's real
J : (Ian sled' uu allliltvit' In tblii Court, LIKES THE ADVOCATE.
: : name was Jl'IItI-l'II-lIolill. but when he
rti Uthtrlil hie liullnf. that toe I dufendiuua I are re.il- : '
EBICYCLESEWheels ::: ,dents of atatna other than the Slate of Florida! reached the height of his power ho became .AGN"EF: : :: ;: ..
21 that yours the. of<.liir are..inlantaltor HIUI In a rnalilent rt. :M..of i'anl Kaltlmnra..ll In over in Port Orange, Fla. Oct. :31, lUO;;,. known by the shorter name,which 02Dealer

r + ; 1 1I the stem of Maryland. .: that the defendant The Editor/ Bat Coast Adi'ocale: means very great or greatest and In
Indian:: River: oimnerclal, Company N acnrnoratlon English he was called the great mogul. In-
;:
;I Incorporated under the !awe nt the mate Will you kindly send the ADVOCATE
Sold, Ronted and Repaired. of Imlawure oil the nth day of Nnvvinl.. 1DOI, lie Is" said to have kept 5,000 elephants STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES IIAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
coil, h... lt. Imslnma i otlloe with the Dataware to my address below until ordered discontinued . ,
12.0OO choice horses and
l.ooO bunting
Enameling and Repairing a Specialty: Oharter, lunrantima.ml" <'oinpany' 1 at Wilmington KINDS
: : : t PRODUCE OF ALL
Urlawara; { .sad I rlantatliui Company I I1) a corporation IncorIiorated I will enclose check for $1.50, pay burled In magnificent mausoleumnear TITUSVILLE-- FLORIDA. _
under the lAW. of the State of South
//'y v -Shop next door to Bakery- on the littli" day ot January, A. P. 1'Hil\. meat In advance for one year. I am Agra and was succeeded by his
and h... UK. Imnlnma olllre at Huron, In the
t'onnty) ..f liiaillo, 8tuto of South Uaknra; and making myself a birthday present of It, lion.
{' funhnr that there I Is not In thn State of Florida and I am sure I shall always read It with Wna R. Walker
J. L. MO35LEY the I'r..hlent."I"o'ro""It. or othur head nt ; :Memorial no."".
1 either of oalil corporatloiiH:: or the cashier or great Interest, as It Is the brightest; and Reference has frequently been madeto
treiiKiiror mcrotary or general or -- Dealer In -
maniiK
TITUSVILLK FLA. any director of n'tlmr or aalil norporatluiM or newsiest sheet today on the East: Coast, the fact that the men who have millions "
.any liinnnena agent ronhllnir III llraTanl county and I have been picking It up on hotel at their disposal and<<1 are desirous Staple acid :DEriara.C3r: : Groceries:: : ,
Contracts for alt kind of Painting, Killlomlniog In either of ttalil ooryxoatlone| or any agent
: 4 Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging tnuiHHctlnK luinlneiiti fir either nt naiil corporations reading room tlbleslonll enough. rf handing their names. down to posterity Fruits:: : Vegetables"
In the State f>f lortilrt., nor other
at the Most reasonable price any per Yours very truly, as philanthropists instead of endowing -
1 on In tin UtAtm'f Klorlilit the..<>rvli-e of a auh.
? '; consistent with food; workmanship }>ti..na. upon whom....world hind either or nalil uorporatlont COU.NKIIUS: ClIHISrlANCV. colleges, libraries erecting :Hay:: O-xsuira.:: : acid Feed
.
or the .r.nllant.Valler 11 McOanlell.! monuments etc., should build roadsover
Now th.n>for.., the aaldVnltrr. II. :McCanlell, which -Your Patronage Sollclted-
All-Work the East posterity travel
Coast may say
on The Inillail Rlvwr) 'II1".r"lal. loiiipuny, a ooriMiratlon .
DEATH OF MRS. F. REED.Mrs. .
FLORIDA.
_
,,and The. riorlila Raiu-h and 1'lantatlon the Good Bonds :Magazine In the light TITUSVILLE, _
-Especially Solicited Coinitany' M ,.nttlonarerogslredto' )' appearto I of the
1't1 : : present it would appear that -
r the hill In the above entitled cane, at
1 t Let me know what you want and get my the. Clerk'. Olllre or tiN) Court' In TMmvllle, Frank" Reed died at 13 o'clock,' nothing could be more philanthropic or
lorlilA iiprin MoiHlay. ,the. 4th day of 1 hwmhvr, .. the home of her do INDIAN FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .
11 estimate on It. Prompt attention A. l)"lI'H.ati.l ilffcu.l Mid' antt. utherwlM aald W.du ndity, at parents, more good to mankind<< In general RIVER ICE

a given to all work. bill will l b. taken uic,,ln.t them.confessed. Mr. and Mis. W. S. Norwood, In North than the building of roads of this kind.

I It I* further onlonHl. that notice, hereof hepIves TltuHvllle. A road would last for all time and FLA.
Yf L l>vpnl>lmhliiK thin order with aa little lie would benefit far Is prepared to furnish Ice In loose. Special I atteodos
lay aa may '>..,once a week for four oonimcutlTewoeka The funeral services were held at the more people than the any quantity-Sacked or
XX E. Vesey Hall, to the I tA, .r Ctuar AIWOOATH a newt library or some other public institution. paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Fair dealing la DJY motto.
n church at :2 Thursday
.
r paptlrblllh. at Tltunville, riorlila.' anil that LaGrange p. in. ,
.
I I Georgiana, Fla. I within twenty days. from the makinic\ hereof that the interment was In the LaGrange oem- Who will be the first to make T. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. .
: r' a copy! lie ixMteil at the iloor of the Court HOIIM himself famous by building a memorial =---
i .
1A
i + In lltuaTflle. Florida, and
copies be tent by
; ;4 w, ,1., :EJe:>at; :Bt t11c1orAgent mall to each of the dofemlanta at the ...>|> atlTeaddre etery. road
....anil renliienom given In the aald afn- Ton deceased wa a native of Titus-

for Yew Superior Motor. darlt.Ifcme. and ordered villa, and has many friends who join the A Pillory. ADYOCATE
at the Clerk Offloe SEND
Johnny-raw, what's pillory FatherThat's YOUR ORDERS TO THE
a
: I taavllle.. : . to the
i Ilave 4 h. p. on hand; call ami see It. 1)515. ADVOCATE In extending sympathy a term that some people

Y i1 Estimates and prices furnished on ([dealofClreultCoart3 J A. A. BTKWA RT, bereved husband, mother, father, sifters apply humorously to a drug store, my
Clerk Circuit lobe Brevard
application. U.... Uy O.A.STEWART county,,D.Florida(.. and brothers. boy-Louis villa Courier-Journal. . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .





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