Title: East Coast advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079908/00425
 Material Information
Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 17, 1905
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00425
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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LOCAL NEWS The Department Store. '('II(! Only Storo Of Its Kind In Clothing and Shoes.If !!. Milliner mid Ih't'.nlJldllr" AMONG THE HOTELS.
The City.

Lnd Topic of General Interest Now U the time to do your fall you me in need of a unit of clothes, J. M. slIIII'I'1I11I: open Ills. Mlllineiy Tlio ADVOCATIC In on file at all the

shopping.! / Every department In our Penney & Rranning, the Up,to-dato we have, about (fifty styles. t. select from Department on November 16th( undo best hotels In :New"/' York city

r- Reading notice ads. are ten cents store in complete with the latest Fall Clothiers, Mews and Boys'. Furnishers in the most reliable; makes and fashion t ho management Miss Short, of Atlanta 'hero to stop. along the Kant: Coast.

lor lino on this pace. Hoo.11I0 are In a position to 1111 your Tltusville, )Mil. able styles (01\., and Miss lloyiil, also. of At. Sec list of hotels and boarding houses)
THE ADVOCATE, every want In Diy Goods, Cloaks, Carpets See our largo display: ad on page 8. If you are In need of an Overcoat or until will lu. hero to take oh tigo/ of the on 7th pages,
in advance. cud Mlllineiy. We carry nothing l'IOi'i'ltBII' <\.s'itso. Waterproof Overcoat' ', we assure you we DreHMiiiaklng Department.Mrs. .
(1.50 per annum
,7"i; six months but the bent class of rneiclmmllso whichwe The Clot liioi1 and Men's Furnishers can save you from 2T: to 3T per cent. 1VAN1'EI-Ilya: man who has had

*:J.OO per an. to foreign countries sell at the lowest posnib'e piires. Tltusvllle, Fla. As for :Shoos, we have just looolved\ "'. S. Biannlntf, has letinnin several years expeiionce In the North
When you subscribe for the Anvo- When in Titusville step in and BOO our full line of ctilotirutml Hunan Shines hero nfter a visit with her parents at and l Kloildii) , position as Room Clerk ; for

LTB!: by the year it does not cost you Department Store and some of the many !Mid. John Mc<"ormlck, of this place: We ha\o most nny ntyln you wish In 1\I111.II..blll'l-t'. Kl.i.Mr. pnrtl"lIllrM.: address: KEX: this otllco.Mi. .

fhreo! cents per week, postage Included. special thing which we are ofTcilng. has been vUltlng St. Augusllno blends the well-known Douglas Shoes Lumsdon of the linn of J. BMagmdor : ', and IIl1'.. A, S. Loom, have re-
Note date of expiration printed upon Mall orders receive prompt attention. this week. Also another lino of Shoes in the well & Co, Orlando, : Is nt theSe tinned to St. Augustine for the winter.Mr. .
'mr paper or wrapper every week. This Wo pay the eight on all orders of $.i.0O; ( known Walkover. In all the, loading toes. III b lor Loomis Is chief dork at Hotel Alcnzir -
i cottage.
K a receipt for your money. No need or over. -Miss Sanders 11 popular :young lady If you are In need of a I Hat, remember, St. Augustine.
'. Rend for subscription ,
to receipt
.r IIH
(lie date gives it to you. Appreciating patronage of the pastwe of (Cocoa, was visiting relatives' in TltiiMville : we carry the John 11, Stetsou and tlioHowaid WE IIAVK JUST WHAT YOU ARK
are yours for continued and glowing the first of the week. Hat, In nil the leading .styles looking/ for In the way of a pretty present Mr. .1, O. 8. Tlmberlake for twenty-
for sale at the Keel
ADVOCATES five connected with vinIons resort
sYIY'S favors FRESH: RIPE: TOMATOES: ANI It EGG and coloi"s. for Clnlstinns. full: and see all yeais
rose Pharmacy Tltusville.I hotels of the South has leased! Tallulah
,JOII/:"/' U. WALKER & CO., PLANTS received daily nt Wagoner Jui,ins 1C LINK:, the lovely articles. nt the ,
I: AND JIRI/S SCHOOL SHOES run: I.AIIOIO iiuicK sroitic.Tltusville & Company; Titusvlllo. TltiiHvlllo Fla.Mr. Hc<1Crtlasl'hullu\t.y, Tltusvllle.Mr. Lodge, '1'alllllla.!I U"., for live years.

at Penney.I1rannlng'R.\\: Florida. states that
The /
; Spilngilold Republlnnn
Attorney Geo. M. Uobblua has+ boon R. F. Hatch of Rocklodge, was ;
-Mr and Mrs. M. A. Stewart of Fort at Miami this week attending to law W. It. Sanders a 1''oll1ll1tjntmel'ch.lllt h town this. week, en route homo from tho Hotel Asplnwall, Lenox, Mass.,
in town a few days the first !Mrs. II. ',"'. Brown, of Boston now ; of Cocoa, was In town on when It closed, ended the most successful
I fierce, were matters. lie I is kept hustling along the n visit with his brother at Fort <(Clnlst-<
bf f the week. holds a position In the Indian River hotel, East Co tst.Mr. Monday. nias. summer In the history of the house
Tltusville ns bookkeeper. and the receipts for tho,month exceeded
-:\! Dodson and daughter Miss : J. M. Oxban, our well.known -Mis. A. A, Monroe and MUs Joynor,
BESTELGINCREsMERV of Bontou callersat AN ATFRACTIVE: llXMi CALENDAR those of (last year by $10,000.Mr : .
: AND FOX were lucent pleasant
ija, after an enjoyable visit with relatives and up-to-dito livery stable keeper of
Topeka, Kns, returned home on River Butter at Wagoner Co' Tltusvllle Is having a neat looking fence this olllce.Mr to tiny adilrcHH, Postpaid.Vrltnus.. i iTJut Thorn: U. Moore, who IIIM leased

JTridayMr.. Mr. hoyden O Couch, of Chailes-. placed around Ills lesldonoe. Harry Alton of Oak Hill, 1 passed First National Bank, Miami, Fla. the Hotel Hibiscus, I'alin Beach Fla.,
Capital, $56,91111) ( I, Saipliis, tl2MO! '
Richard Gladwln who has been ton, West Virginia; has ariived at his CALL AT ONCE AND SEE TilE through here Sunday on his way to Four per cent paid 1'011 Havings 2m chasfttr.
winter home and at Micco. Hobe to his boat in commission .
orange grove get
swell Hue
in New York all the summer, returned of boys' clothing at Penney
Hibiscus has accommodations for 12.1:
-!Miss Tjl'tle! .lotion, of Alabama, ar
Jo Tltusville on Tgesday. As usual, he -Mrs. E. J. Blair of Merrltt spent a & Brnnning's. 1'lvl\IIUI'11 on Tuesday, on n visit with guests Mis Moore will open the house
julll spend the winter at Miami. day or ao In town the first of the week The editor of the acknowledges WANTED-LAKOK TAHI'(). FISH 10.
: her sister, Mrs. E L. Brady. It IK her
-Captain J. O. Walton Is having the en route home from n visit to Jnrkson- lavltatlou sc"lvlI.llvo wild animals ROIl alllga-
to at-
receipt an first visit to Tltnsvllle with which she Mr. Charles A. Morrltt formerly of
whole of the roof of his cottage and out ville.PINEAPI'Li] tend a banquet at the Tampa Bay hotel gators. Whitney' Alligator! Farm.St. much pleased.If Jacksonville and. St. Augustine, who was
,rouses In South Titusville re-shingled. the Mid Wintor Augustine, Flu. l-'l:!
: CRATES.<: See our onpage Tampa given by Tampa associated, the of tho St.
have houses management
or rooms to
Jl', X. Decker Las the contract to lo the Fair AsHoclatlon.Mrs. you any
S. 13-2: Attorney C. T. McCaity of ) Idl'ed.wall'.In ,
John Hotel Charleston S. C. last win-
rent, Men.11III your ad. at once, as wo aru ,
woik.VT .
-brrs.Theo. Canlleld... of- St..- -- Auiriis. Dixon a well-known lesldent Titusvlllo couple of days or so getting; number of letters from North tor, Is the manager of tho Argyle/ Hotel
PENNEY & DHA XI G'$ IS THE I tine; ; and Miss Bauskett of Fort Pierce of Cocoa, was in town on !Monthly, having this week, representing some fish cases ern people asking for particulars. of III the sumo city. The Argyle Is con-

!Urgent line of boys' clothing ever be- I have been in town this week on a visit come up to Roe her father, ((apt. C. In the County Court, louses and looms along the East CoastCHRISTMAS . ducted on the 1 Kuropoiin+: plan.

fore shown in the city. I to their sister, !Mrs. L. W, Halle) F. Fischer, who has been quite III, but Is -MI. K. J. A. Diennon, of Martins
1\lr. C. O. Chamberlain after a
PRIOHKNTS.:: We are successful -
Rev Mlllidge Walker and wife\ or -In our last Issue we failed to mention now much better, vto aro pleased to note. Ferry, Ohio who upeii'ls his. winters at now receiving one of the most pretty, BMIISOII at the Adirondack, Inn,

<'otoa, spent from Sunday until Monday the fact that Mrs. F. A. MorgMi did TIIE DENTOS' Ills fine property, the 1)IIIIIIIIItCl'ove, at up-to-d ite lIno nf goods. for Clnlstnins Sicandiigii, Patk, N. Y., Ins boon stay-

ill town. They are always welcome II great; deal towards decorating the will bo In commission and moored to the Haulover Is expected to arrive inTltueville presents you over saw on the E. stConst. ingfor u few weeks lit a camp on Hun-

Unit or s to Titusvllla. Mr. Walker Masonic hall for 1 the dedication and the Indian River hotel wharf 'Titus Homo time this week They aiu supm'b-lookirig/ articles sot Lake, N. II. lie will\ spend 11 abort

preached to a large/ congregation; In the : banquet. vlllo, on Tuesday next, the 2Jst Inxt. IF THE LADIES DESIRE TO SEE so do not ..elldl1wl&Y for anything Hmison In Boston before going to Daytona

1 Episcopal church Sunday evening./ UESII TOMATOES GREEN JJEAXS Needed repairs on the Dontos. has boon the Latest Novelties In XSins Gifts, for we luivo just what you want I to to open Tim Palmetto hotel

,:'.Ir, and Mrs. C, L. Berge and family Turnips Green Peppers and Cucumbers the cause of delay. I will remain In I be sure and call at the Carlo Store, ember, Homo of these articles aio Notwithstanding. rumors to the 0011triny -

of AdelphU. J.; Mr. and Mrs. W. at Wagoner & Co. TitiiKvllle three weeks.F. Rockledgu, which will open Nov. SUthMr. now on view. Call and see them at I Mr. Henry Menlll will be the manager -
M.Prlndle of W. Va and II. IIouoiiiov.Mrs. : Red hoes Pharmacy Titusvlllo.Mli .
/ ; Palm mail
-Mr. Williams representing Merry and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, of I of the Royal M as horotofoin. -
'Miss Jeannette. Wilson, who has been In D. L. Gauldeu, formerly ofTltusvllle of Wo know this to bo a fact for
Co., Jacksonville, who had been on a Kid red, who have been on a visit with Joynor, Hen tOil. Fl.t., who Is ,
Shelton Conn., for a year or two lire was called to New York the the editor of thin was recently
visit to various places south ns far as relatives and fiends lu Iowa and Wisconsin . pending( winter with Mrs. Monroe paper
xpected in Titusvlllo next week, to Miami was among the pleasant callersat list week, owing to the death of an were passengers on Sund.iy's of Smith Tltusvllle, Is much pleased, I with Mr. Menlll In New York. Mr.

pend the winter. this office on TueS,lmty. uncle. Judge/ Guillen Is In Tit II IIV III 1', southbound train, on route home. They with this suction of Florid She tilailho Merrill' many friends will ho pleased to

THE 1 LINE OF CHRISTMAS GOODS Mr. Leseuer Gaulden Is In Yale Unlveialty. aw some falls of snow while out west. bathing In Indian River this week, know he 1l is to return to Miami
that will be exhibited at the Curio -We want to draw your attention to New Haven Ct. ; and Miss Urwl'la VIr. and Mrs. and I seamed to enjoy It.
McCnrty were accompanied Mr. Frcdeilo :Starry:: timnngor of the
the fact that the Red Cross Pharmacy Gaulden is In DeLtnd. the ,
More, Rockledge from Nov. :mth. L'ltusville, has for sale the celebrated Judge feels little lonesome.Naturally by a charming young niece. -Mr. and Mr*. 1 K. M. Holmin: and son UOlllostelld. Hot ::Springs Va., and the
will be larger and more attractive than and well.known Gillette Safety Razor -Some time ago Mr Chits. II. Jefferson I Albert, who n faw weeks ago arrived In Royal II'olochana. Palm Beach, Fla., will
ever. l:>-3 If you want a good safety razor call In -\lrs.: Martin Bailey of New London, gave one of his beautiful oil paintings Dayton: with their fine automobile, the shortly sail for Europe. Mr. Hterry will

--Ur. F II. Houghton, who has been and seethe Gillette. Coon arrived In Tllusvllle on Sunday to the New York Home for Crippled Rambler, are now Mottled, In that picturesque be absent only a short time and will return -
pending a couple of months or so at his afternoon, on a visit to her mother and Children. On Thursday h'Mt. at the \Val- town for the winter Mr Ilolmnn In time ( the opening of the big
home in Westorville 0. and with bill PENNEY & BRANNIVG HAVE JUST father., Mr. and Mrs. '1'. T. Wetmore. lorf-Asturla It was drawn for, and the Is a retired jeweler but now says be has hotel at Palm I loach, FU., Tho object
received a large shipment of boy's andItlrl's :\1 rM. Bailey Is accompanied by her buuome of his visit U understood to bo to select
Mother at Willi.tmstown Mass., Is again lucky winner was Mrs. T. A. Snider of a farmer. Writing 1111 this week
111 Tltusvllle having arrived here Mon- school shoes. daughter Miss Bailey; and son, Frank. Cincinnati, Oo., and Hobe Sound:: Fla. from Daytoiui, loJ r. I lot man stays: "I a. portion of the furnishings for the new
,lay night. The Doctor is now getting -The many friends of Colonel JohnA. They are receiving a hearty 'welcome We thought that oil painting might have my garden all planted and when Plaza Hotel In New York of which ho

!iis houseboat Dent OH, ready for his Glenn of Harrlsburg. I'a,, will regret from friends In town. hang on the walln of the AOVOOATK you Hoe It, If you' don't say I am a good will be the proprietor and manager when

patients. to learn be is dead. Colonel Glenn, who -Rev. Pasco, presiding elder of this office-but no such luck. farmer then you are no judge, and do completed.

,With reference to the serious Illness was well known to many residents of district over the M, E. churches deliver' I I -- not deserve any more rides In our auto- Through hl"torney. Judgo Goo. A.

''II Vew York of Mrs. T. A. Snider, of Fort Pierce and Tltusvllle was a Bub- ed two very Instructive and highly ap- I Metal Orange Box HoopM. mobile. My garden look n* line us. any Woiley, Mr Oscar. T. Colliding lias (tiled

' incinnati, 0.; ard hobo Sound Fla., scriber to the ADVOCATH for some years. reclatedHermons Sunday from the pulpit garden In Daytona. and I have growingIn suit In the Dade county Circuit Court
i letter received at this office, Tuesday le was an old friend of the late Senator of the Titusvllla Methodist church Something new and very neat. Write It, lettuce, turnips boots, radishes! against the Florida 1'est Coast Hotel

from New York, says : "Mrs. T. A. Snider Quay. lev. 'I'anco Is a gentleman of deep for samples mid prices cabbage, carrots rnust.ird plants onion, Co., In the sum of .10,000; says the Miami -

\ was operated upon for appendicitis -Mr. Chas. B. Jefferson will arrive thought and pleasing address and made 13." East Coast Lumber &: Supply. Co. etc. We have more fresh eggs dally News. The suit In presumably

"''n Thursday morning the Oth Instant. at Hobo Hound), from the North on Monday a most favorable Impression on his large than wo can use, from twenty line hens; based upon the ni rest and prosecution
II I win a very delicate operation but has next but as he Is the manager for audiences. The mtislo was especially Our Motto, "The S1Ht'." and I have fished, otT the bridge and of !Mr. Conk ling/ recently under the

heen( successful so far. The doctors bill brother Mr. Thomas. Jefferson, who ;ooJ. Mrs. C. J. Denham favored the can catch fifty or sixty trout every day. barge of em embezzlement and, of which;
III Van church goers with a beautiful solo at Homo,llnliermen bring home as many as charge he was acquitted.
ray she is doing as well as can be expected playing "Rip Winkle" with great We have Just received a large, new |
: but of course, she is very ill." success, he will have to return North In both the morning and evening/ service, assortment of Chinaware" and Crockery. sixty and seventy sheephuud In n day," News bus been received Mr, Jos.

U hope it will not be long/ ere :bars about a week or so. Mrs. Jefferson Is which was greatly enjoyed, as all of Mrs. This lot I Is of the prettiest designs. How U that for Daytona ? I'. Greaves (manager of Hotel Alcazar,

'Older' will be able to leave for Indian at her winter home at Ilobe Hound, !get- Jenham's solos are. Remember our stock Is. complete and ADDITIONAL LOCALS! will be found Ht. Augustine) and his party at Camp

River. ting/ things In readiness for the receptionof FURNITURE DRY GOODS, SHOES you can find anything you want at, our on our 8th, page. Alcazar to the effect that they are hav-

her husband. Wool Blankets ti.80/ ; Cotton 7.;>o. store. --- -- log excellent luck at Hummer Haven
Walker Hardware Co. abrlo-flnisli Wrltlngl'aper. log 'Jr.| Everything In the Hardware line always A GRAND BALL both with fish and game says the Times-

New Plano For Hale. Aluminum Bag Tags 2oj; Leather lOo. on baud. -- j'nlon. The camp will be Increased by

Stock arriving dally. All kinds iVatermsn's Fountain Pens f.../JO, $,!. >0. JAil. PnircicAHu Sov= There will bo ... grand bill In the Tlruvlll several additional guests.. Among those
Oil hardware Boat and Electrical Supplies For Sale Upright Piano In good con- Cotton Batting/ 10, 12Ji and 18o. TUu.vllle, Kla. .. Opera> hoiisii" till (Krldi,) oven- who will join Mr. Greaves' party In tho
Clothing Wood and Gasoline Stoves. lltlon. Cheap. Can be seen by apply- .
'cather and --- -- :' future will be Major Louis Dr.
:' Piano Dusters, S.'KJ: and .Vc.CHAS. IngntNlbo'clunk.' : Everybody Invitedto McLaln
gee us before buying. hag to D. St. Clair Nlsbet A. ( AKr>:nu. TITUSVII.I.K, FLA Bean ISiiftkctM and Octagon bn piB. tnf. .\n1'V.. eR/Cer.
NE PAY THE FREIGHT. 12 3w) Indlanola Fla. house
Hotels de
lean CratCH. - - ( physician ut I'once
WALKER HARDWARE Co. Fruit and Vegetable Furnished HOII-X-N For ICent. I.eonand Aloa/ar. ), Mod Mr. L. M. Boomer -
Tltusville Fla. Boat Wanted. chief
Full stock In warehouse bookkeeper.Furnished
at Tltusvllle Four Furnished Homo for Rent to
Cows For Sale. Light draft launch, hull or sailboat Shipped to Marx: Brothers corner of Eau Gallie, Fort Pierce and West Palm winter tonaut. These Louses have, respectively -
between 23!; and SO feet Ionic. Must be Say and Julia streets, Jacksonville Beach. Write for prices. Also for ten rooms, eight rooms, Cott11uos For ICeiit.
\Ve for cash. Fla., always bring good results. Their prices on other crate material Wrapping -
have ilx cows for sale, the beet of cheap live room and four room..
our herd, come and select for yourself. 12-iw: Ueo. A. RowE, acllllies for handling Pineapples, Grapefruit Paper and Crate Nail.. For particulars address, Highland Park Cortagus at Eau Oalli
Hillside Dairy and Woodyard, Daytona Fla. Oranges and Early Vegetables. can 12-4 East: Coast Lumber &: Supply Co. .1, It. WAI.KKII.TUu.vllle. rhi., overlooking Indian River, good
.'-', Fla. not be surpassed. This Is one of the fishing, boating and hunting, short dlsance -
Cocoa ":
Launch For Hale, Cheap. oldest and most reliable houses In this For Hale Cheap.On to Ocean Bench all new nod nicely

A Florida Shippers Guide. state. Try them.Orange Cottage for Hale." furnl.hell. 4-H and 7 rooms each. Photon

Naphtha launch for sale, DO engine account of ray lofts being crowded and full particulars on application.

Every Grower and Shipper of Fruit floe model built In New York 3x8ft., Trees for Hale I will\ sell CHEAP Its pair tborough-bred Ten Room Cottage on Barton avenue. WM. n. RORSCK.tf .

aDd Vegetable should bate a Florida sln.; draft nearly new. Owner has Squab Breeder, or about 200 young Completely furnished Acetylene Gas. \ Enu Galli, Fla.

tippers'' Guide. Sent to any address bought a larger launch. Rare chance. : Choice varieties of orange and kuro- birds that will breed In three or four Bearing Orange and Grapefruit trees on Neat '
(orslx two cent stamps, send at once to'' Cheap for cash. Apply to quat trees. Address, F, C. COCHBAXE:, months. Address. lot. Cheap for oah. Writ for Sale.

'\/1 L. IT. O. SJOSTROM, J. M. LAFIIT Reference: Welaka, Fla. JA.. McCoMB, JK., P. O. Box 12. Pine or oak, any length. See or address ;
Miami Eta. Tltnsvllle, Fla. Almost I any business man on East Coast 11.2 Pompano, Fla. 10-S HockleJge, Fla. J. W. Jamison, Tltuivlllo, PIa.b .


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i. Free and u (proper: "'Kj.iu..ition.: Abolish the SlaveryOf Standard Electric

Accepted MasonS. From tu! lir.il order to march these Company

conpanh'H: ut wooden soldier have no the Kitchen ,

peemhlraun' : : in h.It::! They move on continuously

iiiu! c''i-iily f'ollthe, pa ratlin By: Lady: FLORENCE DIXIE Author. Daughter of the MarquU of QueenaberryCIIE Jacksonville, Florida.

It 41 Indian s No. 90Tltusville (bath to the rollers which carry the .
k k h "hcudiiig mixture"-phosphorus, chlorate rich spend: millions unnecessarily on gaudy, vulgar enter - -

d River of |iotiisli' and oilier substances which are boredom personified AND AX IN- FIlED E.

OIK(! its the I:. coinp.lilies: pass by these GILBEItT.Elutomo :
; Lodge.Xy \ Florida. NUISANCE. Let tLe rich spend tho
rollers. place u rd or !blue cap on the
"I-' ..1l "h Holds<' or in each inc-ntiiitfi..,month the sm-ontl a' their'and mom fourth, In WoclneHilav tlio- head of each Individual. The line of money instead in brightening the I lives of tho toiling poor. -. ;
1'r) M Sii Court 1 Ion% HO Titus (Ille, at T::'M> o'clock ]>. m. march 1 contlmicH on through a room _
4 The poor struggle to make ends meet and to obtain poisonous and
M. H.Ram.Wnrshiphdbtaater,' .
swept li.v n blust of cold dry air which
r,t' ,$ A K.. A A., Lonluy Morgan::; :Junior.Honlor, WiinUui.Wanlen.y. : h.irU'ns the newly deposited chemicals filthy food putrid in composition and devitalized l b}' the burnings up State Agent tm'

,IPI ,1 J.J. I.M..(JHxun'arrllthor"tress, Hncretary.urer.. uutll the uiutclieM can be safely han of tho cooking stovo. Let these bo taught and c-uuklod to procure and \-W ; Of.DS, AUTOCARS and Fl: \ \ KllvMOTOK ; .
,I' J. K. Walker, Honlor l" aui>n. dled.SU1I] !.
..t M. K;. Knirllhli, Junior Duiuioii.C. the companion ninrcL! until, just live on pure UNCOOKED food. LET THE HIDEOUS, CRUEL -- BOA 7s AN1 STATIONARY EXOIXE>>- -
"+ H. Walton. ,Hcmlor Bt, waril.
1 11 / .I IyP 1 A. A.Stewart Jnnlr.rSteward. before they reach the stnrtlntf point SLAVERY: THE KITCHEN JJE: DONE l A\VAY WITH. -I keep the largest stuck tu the South . .
t I A. I), rmimiv' ('hnJlh M. A. Ntewxrt'fylun' At the of countless discuses is mid its
root meat eating consumption
i 1'ilcnH. Mull elders receive attention.
( r .1. I>. Knnlii. Artlnir' Tvler' filial, order.) to "full out" from nil automatic prompt

t It, / I Wm. II. McFarliinil, Mnrnlinl.OKDKIl : n uncompromising, punch means the torture annually of millions: miserable1 animals. Let this 37-41 West FomytU Street, JACKSON: \ II l.I I F IIOOtl. ,.\,

which deposit them Hide by side In a disgusting practice be abolished and PURE, WN;[ COOKED FOOD ---- -- -- --- -- -- - .
Il Of KASTKUNFrlenilHhlp : STAR. box placed. providentially In just the

9 his : : Chapter: ;: No. II, luildH: its meotinexIn I right place mid ut just the right time take its place. Follow common senses not tho ian-ty ways of stale :: .S'\t.rc.:: .ers: !
i, I ; TitiiHvllln, the
1'' the MaHfinln Inulge room tl art and, third. TiiBmliiyn In eaoh' iiiiinth lit 7:10,: ) by another endless I belt. conventionality. Go to Nature. Ask her for the truth, obey her, find
441 m. The following, are the otllcera at the The cutters ineuinvhlle, have been
Chapter: will do right because NATURE DOES NOT LIE.IF Your Attten.tior Please
1 I Mica. Kate. Stewart, W. M. eutlng ii"' 'jiy' the ridges which were I you : .. :
ttl ;
, re 4 K. A. Morgan W. I'. left between the Threes from which MEN AND WOMEN LIVED THUS WE SHOULD SEE YOUNG

,l, k I t( I II a i Mm.M.I.F.. A.It. Morgan WIlHnn. ,Hiicrotury.Mrs. Axiincilate. M. the tint set of splint, wall cut nnd HO FACES AND FAIR SKINS AND BRIGHT HAIR AND CLEAR EYES We sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE

+ t.U . 1. Kllnn. 'rrelteerr It KOCH until the whole block has boonconverted
I l t I. Mr,,. ,T M.HI xon <:11I11'01 lees blue AND RED LIPS AT SEVENTY, INSTEAD OF OLD COLORLESS FEATURES Prices. Write for Price List.
I MlKH ('athurlmi Hainrii I "....olate' Con. Into slim little red or our Great
? 41 I Mica jHHHju' Hand rn, Kiltll.Mm. cupped! fellows. (* } I"c' t; (lea. W. H { 11 t Mrn..1.1. CarruthHru Marllia.Mrn. full of lire.-IMward' , Willlstou Freutt UPON THEM. money saver.
M. A. HrrlmKHwir, KHtlier.Mm. : In Youth's. Companion.
I,1, t ,,, t duo. M. Hol>Mnn, Kl' cta.
?., C;. II. Walton. Warder, The School and the
t, i ' .T. M. I>lx t U. WalliiT Marnliat. SOUTH AMERICAN ANTS. Enterprise Grocery
,i J. L. Carruthorn Cliaitlaln.; .. By Profeiuor F. H. GIIJl>INS of Columbia University ,

They Are I'trlinp the lirrnir-mt. HandllnlMvra
I k . In the Worltl.The OMI'ULSOIIY education by tho state and tho prohibition of 1 7 Bridge St.

THfc.MAKC1I. tvV greatest rond builders In the C child labor are policies) UNDOUBTEDLY SOCIALISTIC Thelr4ouYillea. 1 ') Ol"jtla.JE3 .

world are a species of red, nuts found
In South America. In building, n. road in character. They assert:: the; supremacy of the state's interest

177ISt IN THE .5ur they curry minute .particles cf clay+ ill tIll child ut against any opposing interest of the {11'TN"E: : :BJR:: :cm JERs.
with which they line all tho roads, ,us
s parent. Wo hear n great deal lately about "race suici e." Large I-IIOM-: :3111. *:;.STAUI.ISI1EJ 1HHKWlIISKIl '
well n their ucHls till they look ns smooth anIf families are no longer been, especially in tho so called middle class. It >, WINKS, GINS ANI. IHtANIH IS.:

I cemented I by n master nuro' 1nn. S om.* U strango that no ono has pointed out tho connection between the increased Lemp's Beer. --
x'I, ,J JI idea of their iiiiinber can !be formed. Express Prepaid.
I ''f \\heii It In remembered, that the> whole demand upon parents to maintain their children in school, Full quart ineaHiire. 4 tu II Qta 12'llM KalHtalT] Hecr... . .... .. I r"r-Dm JI

(I'll' ;11 of this road to their tree, ta'l'hni1M) nearly FOREGOING TIlE EARNINGS that children might add to tho NeaucountyEyn.nnnthll"nhRye............... .... .1 'HIS im 94 421)on) $7110 7/J/() "Standard extra,, 1'nle, . ................ .. .. ...... . IMI lit

I"i//i IlIi half a mile long, Is: densely throngedwith ; MonollmIllH'e. .... .. ... .... .. 4 fill H II"fi Dlaigextradark ... .. .. .. I 11t!(,
' Ii ,Ii It t V/'tl./ n multitude going out mid family income, and tho diminishing size of the average family. The llaiinu'H "I4" Uye . .... .... ....a sot tO U 511I ,.llIarlll'r.unportotl. '" .'e
1 ........ ...... .. .
..orlnl/1rop...... ., .. ... ... 4 80 (01ll1121K I ) .IJ
T. coming back with their umbrHl.i-lIke! connection, however, is undoubtedly a real one, anti the practical inference Malt, WlilslieyPencil ... .... ..... .. ...375( 6 (HI U All intn ... . .3:
; :; !burdens\ while thousands" upon thou Kranilv .... ...........37A A UOI\ Ml Bulk Goods Jugs Free-Not
is obvious. ,
Apple Hramly.' .3 7B n no 9 BO
tnid'it' sand' swarm In tho doomed( tree. Holland!: : iln .::::. : '.::::.".:"t: HO 425ft 7 VA Prepaid.ffl.no .
," Tlisit this vast army 1 IM under, the boHtillsclpllne M lit It Oln.... ............ ...,.. .374 (110I\ no 'ffl.no" per fial.-Kyc.C.in. Corn ,i.:" I .ands,,
., I" North Carolina' Corn.......... ....2 0(1 4 Oil 1110
.i I .t r Y can' be proved by watching/ If the restriction of child labor is desirable, if compulsory education Mountain I..rll. .. .... .... ... .. .3 78Jtiiinlra 8 on I I/ /Ml Wi.oo(' per. r'I "., (., 1 them for only a few moments. The Hum. .. ....... ...... .i! HOMudfonl 4 25 7 25 W3.no Gnl. Uln, Corn. Rui,,, IM"
I .J t I. per
f1 t !k drivers ii i**.>. .r>m-iuf........it..vittiv... running .tr11., ...nil... is dosirablo an n. n u. drape Kramly ..... ............... .375 /ADO( uno lIII'I""I..riR.-4: Rjn. ]'1''",.), ,ui" i IpJN|, !
down giving; : their orders\ to tho workers blo tho state must make up to tho family at ]least SOME PART Of King' of Kentucky Bourbon ... .;' 78 6 Oil o nn llruiKly. Mellowed by Age/
I which they do by toul'llillh,11118/ tort Hieriy or Angellca..2 W 3 75a T oo 11II-1.... p e r Onl.-McturlA 11>n, ,H'' I u eta
for 11 moiiipiit. The Individual I so TIlE INCOME[ that children could earn if they} were permittee( Assortment allowed on all !gooilH.. of tame jirlcoS2 Uye.. Medicinal, Jinillty. -
THE: TWO INCH PINE PLANK touched will stop turn buck, hurry forward freely to enter upon industrial employments.\ } lUO-lli.-S; West Adams! St. Jacksonville, Tl.i.:

a 1, a'i'i TO THE: FINISHED PRODUCT.The he Is or following shoal in Rome some\ command.such wayy that But Tho question, therefore, that wo shall have to face and to answeris - ----- - --

I!) a bettor proof of the dlnclpllne in found this : SHALL THE STATE PAY PARENTS for keeping their
Wnr the hew Material. In Hun- IF YOU WANT
In the fact that when the army meets
children in school between the
Ivff died by Aliifliltifry, That Allow Ni ages of ten and fourteen ? This wouldbe
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with obstacle\ such
Mil us a Ion or n
'. Hull iitll the Perfect Match limps large stone, there is u jam of omits on a policy of Socialism! undoubtedly. I do not pretend to say whetherthe

Into Its All..tlril. Ilox.It .. both, sides< and. they run about in (II.s- American people will or will not ADMIT ifI Lot.

( Is u u Interesting fact that one of may 1I11,10II"orlll'r.III"tnnUy, the drivers .Building
r'' l tlio most useful-Indeed, ono of the hurry up showing the greatest ex I ONLY SAY THAT AS A MATTER OF SOCIAL CAUSATION THCY ..

j most 11I''HlillrY-III.tI..il' In the world, citement and\ run over around. and under WILL BE COMPELLED TO ADOPT IT IF THEY: TRY TO MAINTAIN

;' '1 In so cheap Unit no man hesitates to the Impediment, to find the best, BOTH LARGE FAMILIES AND COMPULSCRY EDUCATION: WHILE or a lot with a BUILDING READY FOR OCCUPANCY: ,
way out of the difficulty. When theyhnvo
ink even a stranger for It or dreams of PROHIBITING CHILD LABOR IN DEPARTMENT STORES
decided they lead oft the line ot'mUrl.ll ,
l ,: paying' him except by the coin'entluiiai"Thank TORIES.OFRATIONSAVOIDFD.
i In the proper) direction. Hut PINEAPri/E PLANTATION or TRUCK GAKDEN,
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? you. That matches have until they take this step the workers -
; i come: to occupy this position, Is due make no attempt to pass the obstacle.! We probably have for sale just what you are Keeking.

'! )largely American Inventive skill. When n Rejection of n level piece of Settlers are Hocking in but still there Is room. It you an
Y;( 'XI10 II rat friction matches! were made ground\ has been mnde n perpendicular
looking this way, drop a line to
and dipped by hind They.. Hold fur nlmft Rome eight Inches In dlnmeternnd
i s I about! $'! u gross. Today. till matches.. six or seven feet deep (Is formed. JAS. E. INGRAHAM 3rrl Vice-Preaitient.

b are mnde and. most of them are dipped This Is for drainage and ventilation
Two Grateful Letters from Women PLORIDA EAST COAST K'Y
by machinery and one can buy from never for ingress or egress./ If the Who Avoided

r fit, F 1 fifty to M,>vl'ullln' for u cent. Hetween /ground HlopeH, (the shaft In horizontal Serious Operations.-Many Women Sufferingfrom ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
these two extremes stretches u the mouth of course, being at the bottom -
J ]long line of complicated, I and Interesting of the bill. From the perpendicular Like Conditions Will Be Interested.

,t ( machines.Inventors shaft ennuneneltig lit the bottom : tn' ,e', '.
? t I began: very curly to give radiate galleries" like tho spokes of a
,l their attention to tices\ for making wheel, set nt a slight angle. At the end

1 I :1 i 4 tho sticks or splints clmuply. One 1 plan of each series of !galleries' spokes u circular

r : after another uas tiled, until nil dually /K i"<'ry I" made, forming, as It i A Happy Home
l L ,I ; gave way to the ribbon method TUP were, n net. of wheels ono above the :
( I machine for this process 1 is a sort of other. In or, rather above these clrciilnr -
41 lathe, In which l Is placed. a' cylinder of RiillerleH the nests or dwelling --y
i ''I pine wood, the, length" of .seven mutches.., places. nro constructed. These are oval To have a happy home you must have children, ,

+ I As this cylinder\, previously soaked In In shape nnd about n foot long. The '" as they are great happy-liome makers. If avvfk

6 1k{ '1 hot water or steamed t<. make It soft narrow end of the oval Is downward woman, you can be made strong enough tl'> tx u'
1 4 nml tough Is turned slowly.. tho clrcuniferonce and. opens Into the roof of the (tallery.
healthy children with little discomfort to
v t encounters I a blade, which pares and ns the HI|>OI'-P" a always slope slightly pain or '
t d $ off a continuous I shaving the whole toward( the shaft no tropical rains I 110 yourself, by taking

length( of the cylinder and, the thickness matter how heavy, cnn enter tho homes ,
of n single match. This shaving( mid 1>1'1'1'.1111101'1111'1'" of the nuts. urQryri
I'a ( I ns !It .peels mvny from tho log agiln WI 1 E

comes In contact with cutters vhkh. 14..1. Itealona."" CARDUI
M divide It Into "O\'l>lIl1h'I1'II. each us wide Tho rainless regions of the globe owe

aI" n match U long.When their aridity to the fact that they are OF

1 t the ribbons, have been cut Into shut olT from the Influence of most

i i manageable! 1t'lIltlh-Mny woven. or eight I \\ I ml s by high mountain chains The e JyQn fhJar ret4feMley
r feet-nml freed. from knots and ,'rulIl.'II .- chief of these are upper( Egypt the S3 Woman's ReliefIt

< grained portions! H large number of Miiliuru. the desert! of tJobl and the -- {
p tnein)-from ISO:! to 140-are )placed In n of Peru. The driest In the .
a coast place "When physician tellss woman, suffering Hearing how Lydia E. Ftnlcham's Vegetable will all inflammation -
ease reduce
Ilp machine like an ordinary 1 paper cutter.. world U probably! that part of Egypt' from ovarian or womb trouble Compound had saved. other women from away your pain,
A I 'Ian 'The ninss Is fed. forward automatically,. between, the two lower falls of thoNile. that an operation Is necessary it, of surlom operations I decided to try it, and in cure leucorrhea (whites), falling womb, 'uv irhe-

i the width of n match at a time and thedescending ::; ICaln has never been known to course, :frightens! her. anti l- words than four fail to month express I my wan thankfulness.entirely cured" ; ian trouble, disordered menses, backache, headat; .

I t 1 cutter slices through the fall there, nnd the Inhabitants do not The and very tho thought knits of strikes the op..ratlnll'table terror to Miss Margret Merkley of 273 3d etc., and make childbirth natural and Try It.
; i'i'j j mass" milking from r: 'o to Jill splints. believe travelers who tell them that Street easy.
I Milwaukee WLs. writes
her heart. As one woman expressedit :
at n stroke.The At drug store in $1.00 bottles.
water fall from the Tho every
can Kky. great when told by her physician that she Dear Mrs. PtnkhamII :-
splints arc, now dried and sifted trade winds( .. nt the starting points: of must undergo an operation she felt Los. of strength" extreme nervousness
hi partitioned sieve> the motion of their piitln aro the cause of droughtnnd : that her death knell ba.lllound.l.Our severe shooting pains through the pelvic
: ft t 'I' which lays! the matches parallel' I and barrenness, but where they cross hospitals are full of women extreme organs. cramps Irritation' bearing. down pains and WRITE US LETTER "DUE TO CARDUI
compelled me to seek
I prepares them for their places In lllltilit the termination of their course who are there for ovarian or womb medical advice The doctor after making: freely and frankly telllns: us! all your and nothing else. Is my baby girl, now
1 frames where they are dipped' by they give! out bounteous rnlu supplies.' operations! an examination said that I had ovarian trou troubles.! We will send free aJvlce (In two weeks 01.1." writes Mrs J. P
hand Some of these machines will The contrasts thus offered are very It is quite true that these troubles ble. and ulceration nnd advlited. t an operationas plain sealed: envelope). A.JJreSLa! West of Websler City, Iowa SM
reach where my only hope. To thU I strongly objected, dies' Advisory Dept.,The Caattaaooga Is. fine babe and we are
i turn out from 15HNitMHl: ()( ( ) to 17.000,000 striking! Thus some parts of the Moroccan may n stage an operationis -and I decided last healthy
as a resort to try Lydia Medicine Co. "
I'' e e splint,* 1.IIIS'. Ihli'II not t cheap as Snlinru near the head of the the only resource but such cases are E. Plnkbam's Vegetable: Compound. Chattanooga Tenn. both doing nicely
this. method N. It Ims been superseded 1I11I'11I0'n'4h''uUnltlo trade wind do much rarer than generally supposed. "To my surprise the ulceration healed all "
P I because a great women have the bail ]
4 many symptoms disappeared and I am onceIItore
in America by another system. In which not experience shower for perhaps\ been cured by Lydia Tl. I'lnkham's ..strong vigorous unit well; and I cannot -
is $ +' the Intuit, work N reduced to n mini twenty yours at n time, \\hllotho same Vegetable! Compound after the doctors express my thanks for what it baa dons
4 mum. The rats material 'In this. case wind when It reaches the coast of : had said an operation must be per for ate"
t ( n is two hick \\blto pine' plunk. This Is South America produces u rainfall representing :1 formed. In fact up to the point where Ovarian and womb troubles are WE WANT EVERY GROWERIN

It 1 I t first Huwed Into blocks the length of n a depth. of twenty feet of the knife must be used to secure instant steadily on the increase among women
match nnd thoroughly; dried. The water In n year relief, this medicine is certain to help. -anil before submitting to an opera THE STATE TO HAVE OUR BOOKS!
1 blocks are clamped to the bed of u The strongest and most grateful tion every woman should try Lydia E.inkhnll1l1 .
t statements possible to make come from ? Vegetable Compound l. and "FLORIDA YEGE'fAUI.ES.ucomplete manual, on FlorM.l\ Crop
I n' machine, and cutters groove out 11I.t
write Mrs. Pinkham .
women who by taking E. Pink- at Lynn Mass Grdwrr"FL.OAIDA -
Rordea.x Far Currant Pollaicv. Lydia "FLORIDA '
of ORANGES -A book of special Interest to Orange
r ; splints from the surface, not how ham's far "vlviee.For """I
; N 4 }, ever, tllklltilt' whole surface and Currant are likely to be Injured by csoaped Vegetable serious! operations.Compound, have thirty years Lydia E. PinkhanVs STR.\\YDERRIES.-Booklet on "Soil, VaJi tle.. "

d converting: It Into splints\ at one Impact various forms of leaf' blight: but tu! Margrlte Ryan. Trea"urer of St.' An Vegetable Compound has been curing and Fertilization.: t.:

but cutting! the matches. out one- foliage ('11be preserved by the use of drew's Society, Hotel English! Indianapolis the worst forms of :female complaints, 'HUSH POTATOES."-Booklet on "Soil, Seed: Planting: and! ('..IU'' ,
)' fourth of nn Inch apart I, bordeaux mixture In tho spring and ,IuJ.,writes of her cure,.follows: all ovarian troubles inflammation ul- feet of nnd Shipping
rr again after. the hns been ceratlon, :falling and displacement of Fe.tlllzerll. DIjTSlnir .
t Tho crop "
splint! separated are seizedIn Dear Mrs. Plnkham:- the ,womb Icucorrhira "PINF.% t'PL.E FEUT1LIZERS. special Interest to PlneapplB Gi
1, k t In iron clump plates which form nn flrst application may he made nt I cannot find words to exprrsa mv" thanks indigestion and Brands, v siA
1 endless chain. These the tie name time ns that of the parUKroeu for the good Lydla E. Flnkham's Vegetable nervous prostration. IDEAL FERTIJ.IZEJIlook Ibo ind all our different
I carry splintscroon Any woman who
Compound did .. The doctor I read the many
m paid could
?,I a steam heated drum which \ for the currant worms. not get well unlem I bad an operation for grateful letters on flU in Mrs. Pink Price Etc. aatlae I I
r a .y I warms them nearly to the temperature The Hcaudal! : the bureau of crop rv*. ovarian. and\ female troubles., I knew I could I ham's office would be convinced of the Sew: and revised edltlrn of the above jntt published, sent free tot the
i1 1 of the melted jmrnftln Into which they ports tends: to> strengthen the general not stand tbentrntn of an operation mil mail efficiency fit her! advice and Lydia E. COMPANY
#f ?,t are next dipped. Tlio heat prevents Impression that the Wall street broker: I II up Illy mind I would be an invalid for life. 1'inkham's Vegetable Compound! WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER
t'' 'I Ask Mrs. PlnkhaaTs. Advice, -A Woman. Best; Understands.
; y !j tie piiratUu from chilling{ and insures 1 la the famnr's worst enemy. a Woman's I Ills. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

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-Professional Oarcls.' FINE PROPERT YFOR SALE. A MIDNIGHT ROBBER THE oincax OF 1)SSLEEPING until decoration"..ore scoured, nml for tho t'.io looms.bent of examples thoeast

I weaving.) Purple v as a fI'or"Ito

THIEF DID HIS WORK I COUCHES CAN BE TRACED eolnr.. ami the wealth of person
l M. BOBBINS, IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND THIS PIONEER Fens often Indicated by the excellence q .
DADE COUNTIES. of the bvd draperies\ In his bouse.Ilodmaklng .
< ATTORNEY -- -- and bed furnishing hml

" AT-LAW. LAN I FOR SALK, St. I.ucle and Had VIunder Tint So ,l,..,p..I- They "'.-r.- In l'*. t.T the HtrnmnilI -..n. Attained to this stage In the year 400< 1

I nnd United Stntei counties "em>rlplion of Innd't'.t ll nt.i.<>iir.-ilv,.. 1wr01as11y nt'-. \\'...Jlontly; t of *>t..ni-. Tern A. I>. A palutliiK of II bed of this I
" Will practice in :State of noitheast I.1 and west 'a of 11011 11.- crlntutt1'aa'1 oo .l Furnlnlilitunf A 1 painter knows
5 inanufacturB
t>... rnl. but the ('..l.it and. period shown nu nrtlcle of goo

i (ICourt. east llllJdHn!L.,, R")C.acres 1(1.,,tiiwnsliip St. Lucie;)county.J: range Ml. Cnimlnir a t fci.i' t.. !>.. O..ui.,;lit.Captains .> the Anvlvnt lrtU and riwiuiiue.Tin and fnruhhlngs much like tho bed oftothiy. I a good thing when he

Office at TITUSVILLE, FLA. bleat 'a; of northwent. l.i and west tf of Unu8try! 1111l'me on! oldest bed In existence In arotuu There are four logs: sides of sees it. He knows that

of Bonth>.e..t 14, lea ;a,">, townahip U. of tlu wont 11M well us the t'lI"t., Aim ) of JJtruscnn. iiiuuuraeture\ dat- wood nud wmwlon. slats '

', QAULDEK, lunge 3D, 1\llIncrt'li.* yt. I.ucie county. the Kivnt Sun ..Jollquln"I11I..y of tall: from the/ seventh century it. O. I ly rather Interlacing
D.L. Northeast 14 HouthwiBt '4, eec 3. funilii him. produood Its '1\1<>1/1. Our ot I This wns found lu excavations. Motto flit tau mattress. Then Lucas

ATTORXEY-AT-IAW, townahip ts: ..outh. range 41 emit : the bout known of thorn, nifii wits ..lapir '- I lit linrlduu. In Aslu Minor, and from ph' -(.... one nt each, ) .
close. to 0. K. Wood pineapple plan
alt the Court of the HtatiJot llMirill.lio had' tax home In '1 u- Unit It Is. the "111.m'; of lit thin) oven at this l.ito !
WtllI'ractlceIn tiitii. >Q on !St. l.uclo river; 4O acres. tic fjiet PaintsTinted
piurltliti, and tile Unltod Status Conrte.rrUSVILLE Dade cou-ity. turo county, but Wh.Mlll"'I1I1..14 triiu ,I atst ever unearthed amoutf tier many; n un' nooiistomod to h

l ,"Uox., 2311. T FLA. .Also. the northf the fnul .. ;' 1 ( Gloss)

sec 18, township 3s south rang 1 Into other h'M us well No Gill ruin the conclusion Is drnwu tress and pilluwH are

WEBB -i' en ton noutli fork of St. I.llderiver had 1 u wider lU'iiuatiitiuu'ctluiii :MrHarri'll. ,I tent bods nt this early era were n novelty. striped! stuff not unlike I spread easier and go

F J. ; -10 acres. Dade county for 11wu.*. one of the very the proHonl nnd\ n !: larther than other

Apply to ( 'IlA... II. WALTON: Tlttia.. thnt rotfiou. niul lie literiilly I tally there, mattress\ Is tucked bet I
netlem lu ) to
rATTORNEYATLAW early that previous
It sure : He knows they
I ville lie was bed betlslilo. much .is tho paints.
with the Valley existence 1>f
the Courts' of the 7th I 1'up Is, no record of tho
Will practice In niul tli.-: < tucks In her snowy made of mate-
II1U U. Pro- now arc pure
popular authority.
Taxes paid for non-rosidentu I Ialld au cxci'iHihiKly/ ; whhh ti'iiy bo tiUeu\ u* (
Circuit For Sale. ivnsou why h\% HourIsluil I nlnug gulls lore I however, the reliable house
Property tine rials
I rents and accounts collected. was pnhalily; hlstorle null evidently 1 ; got: '' by a
HtiK-kmnn\ and nutl 1 It the present stj lo of \
/1>4I I'IIIH..I'111,1: well without tiny Into llo\ In, cxperiencot
ItWO.'S of -
ITITUSVILLK liefoiv\ ticlow the head are ''' sixty years
Two nice cnttnr( adjoining: each uma-wi'd n goodly\ t'omuto was not mull the life of Ktriirtiini: \ nut ,

other In Xoith TltiiKvlllo with an acre of tin" iiliu'tt'outh i-viitwy.; 11bundled (Jreeltn IH-KIIII, to verge Into coiiiimnillvu sent human tlgnros i lIe knows they

PENNEY of hammock nnd rtve ncreu of ilcli muck Jnrisi hi'i'ds of cattle niul 1 wn sj bin-lie luxury that the bed 118 acoiiiptmout creations.. At tho foot. ( cost less all around.

A.D. land mil table tor truck fium. U..d u ilonlt In aiul grower of hay mid 1 bar part of tlu hOIl"'hohl118 surrounding,: "picture\ Ho 1 knows they turn

ATTOIlNEY-AT-LA, river fruni. ThelnrgercotntgOhastbree' leyto such an i-xlont that he emuo+ to rccottulxed. f"l'lh.111'\ stiles are (
universally /
FLORlnA. sleeping roomH I\lIrlll servant's room lip be fainllliii-ly nlc-Unaiiiod: "lIurll' ." Itar. Even then tho bed was more kill to I carved lu n similar (.1 out better in the end.

TITUSvi r.LE, stairs; und a parlor. below.Hitting The loom adjoin dining roll. the modem. couch\ thou tho article In "11'111'111'of tho vtholo I j So does his dealer.

I in all the courts of the 7th room and kitchen befon article made to be / ,
Will practice Mining i1"Jlong, ; ill lakes his lipase -
and bright to
\log cottiigo has two sleeping\ rooms Olio MhU'li ( \\\'I\l7.I'.IJllnu\ ( ;" Ask htm.
Judicial Circuit. runt Paclllc rallvoail wound and! Koiiiuuwall \ ono generation to tho t )
.servant' ,mom In second story, the Soutlioru Accontlutf: to reek
sitting I'.nm. dining room and kitchen Its crooked ,double! Hue truck up and l paintings l lule-I'/alt'l'e !nud I roproauctions 1 Tribune. t.fI John Lucas & Co

below. Large brick cisterns. to both Ti-hiU'lmpl b mountain! from the I the original bed :I
TAMES K. (ANDREWS ever lu sculpture\ .lroerlc.n (".. ; Philadelphia ,,
,' hou........ Ad.ipted for a nice: winter grout vnlley; Into tlit :Mojuvo desertylI. was. u bench, often n beautifully' carved It Is announced that

ATTORNEYATLAWounty home. HlI'I..a11111 liln futh"I'.IIIhl.loll'l.; bench and ono cover
: iitul decorated mooting of thn .\\ '
Apply to Otto M. HOltllloli.Tltll..vlll.: oil from tliolr homo In Tulnro coiiulj costly draperies. but ntlll Inform by .JU4.! I'rIU'linril .V; Hon
Flit, edlth ('11'1'III bo, hold at [
/; Judge of St Lucle County.FonrjriKKCE K. to rude ou hoi'nclmrlc to Lo.1111'11.. ..., idlrUaiici' bench compared to the boils. of lloston; Jan. 24 und 23.:; ) 'I'ltusIII! It'. I'la.

of "',.;111 miles lit least.. Uu : of them wero made of -- - -
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Tillie Notice\ .push h'n th.IulIl'III''S; wore not Infreinonlly tarn cottn some of marble, sod. then

( uiulortnKon by .Mtorkinon ammerchants there I Is the broir/.o specimen' which U 1> & O'Ha.xa
I E. FOSTER MCIllto : imterullroml .1'11'' Hodges <
QTEPIIEN Ono of the handsomest. pl.icpn on "- hi those ; still hi use.Ktruscaii.

Island, known a* "ThoVlltw'III.' In ('aIIrnitla. The two moil Moppetovorultil.r \ \ wnll palutliiKS!: of tho fifth

ATTOHNEYATLAWJyalUpchurch belonging to M 1'14. Kva J. 11,air, of New / : wlu'iwor twilight ciiuglithe and: hlxth centuries U. ('. show Unit ...MnnufiKcturors, and Dealeri In...

Huiklinn, .,ax. York Is. for sale or rent, fiuuUlittd. A the country us almost. 1111liilliililtcd. Tliolltnirliuis
:!:, fur then.
ten room cottage, with launch bonnenew . these fouches\ were I plentiful CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.Orange
when they ciiino "EL i ?: .
JACKSONVII.I.F: FI.A. laundry, nil newly painted,I. and I Initltled well ;

- ._. three acres In K''ovo' 'll''. Blair hRS Ono 1I.tht!; In eriMitliiK the Toluu-hap to make boils, for most" of (hid pictures ,
just' apeur.! seveinl. linndrud dollars! Inputting rmiKo they iiuule their camp In n grove show them\ ns made of stone, term cot. Itox 'leads, Fruit ILIIII Vegetable! Cratns. :MoulilinKS: SlilnK'es delivered. etc.

GENERAL DIRECTORY.U. the place In perfect repair laying : of scrubby oak and brush. Tliolhorses mid miirble bring fuvorlto 1111110rlnis.lit \ Mills\ and olllcu locntml HulTalo lllufP, KlaVilto tm for prices Fla.
tit IlulTnlo IHtitl
& O'Ilalt ,
Atltlross I\udtt"\ '"
of the Ntatn. :
uuiiiftor to part
: out tl'>wer beds, now bri nk ware wore staked out to Kni/.i1 shape they; were narrow set on hogs. tiny

SENATORS.:; and hoard walks, nil round the house. a moawr" uieiil round Ito I camp\ much like tlio couch of today, mid piled

1,1.1' fillaferro, .. . ... .. .. . .Jarkminvllle.U . . HO that any HUM wanting a Invnly winter firo the two uieii urranKoil tliolr bed high with cushions.. Tin.- w I'ro two

Mullory: . .... .... .... . ., ... 1'eimacolii.. cut or .ull-yvar-roiind tills iirticlo; rat humu fur lefurinue.AtldiCHN will d.) > we I to for the niKlit. Mr. lIul'l'l'l1tl1\ / nrouiid" kinds of beds. or couches In this period P. Ruhlman c& Co.

U. B. CONGRESSMEN': : him n Htroii. wide I ImcUskln bolt lu for reclining upon lit mealtime
Frank Clark..I.akx. City. IV.. liLAtii Mfrriit f Kla. which 1 ho serried $1.1(1); In gold! coin. tn HDIIIO InKtiiuccs YOHl1
and the other for nlooplni 2111 WnslilnKton. 1
M. Sparkman' .. .. .. ... .. .. .. 'Fanq'a.Wm.li .
S. Larnar. .. . .... .. .... ... Moutlcel.o.: With thlH IK Intended purchtiMliiK inunibor tho name couch was used for \\1\:> Murray I :street. J X. Y.
Application for Tux l >ceil.t'liilor of euttlo rntotl as feeders' and .
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U. 8. LAN'UOKFICE. tillrpnMlii11'llh

If. I. <'lititih.. .. _ ..., .... . ..ttetrlnter.V : those would then be driven buck lute ; the early Greeks. nnd lloninii
\ O:Rnhlnnnn;; ; ;; ;:::: .:: :: ::. loridn.lt c lverOlllreit Hoc 8 of ('111I1' 4K8S. Lnwa or Florida.VToncre the valloy a i ami prepared" for. the mar the lieu played n more t prominent I JlUI.tIII

at GaniBHVIlle P I 4 II IiUJoII: :l \' (7 IVIN THAT .J.(('nll kets.> Uubiicklliiif Ills heavy uunley; the life of the people! than It iloosi tr.tiny. Oranges Pineapplesand
EXECUTIVE IIll'ARTMENT.Napnlonn :; 1\ /: K) \Z.ll"r..hll..r: ..I' T.it CnrtilliMt.No. ,
.' 4.il.it.MI, lint tat iluviir.lilly, A. l h. t'NII. belt, ho throw It on the ground muter I'nlntlngs, from Ih,'"'' times ..how+
II. Hrnwunl . . . . .. .. .. (lovoinor
Sucraturvof State 1".111..1 mill I'urtitlciico In nw the
tYlf! ,or.'. _:: : :'.::'::'. . .., . TreaHiirur' : blade uiiilli'atl| tur tax tHH)riirtlMoaiu .. . ....Attorney".ner..l.rj.J with l'w. Halt all\ mealtimes
W. II. Kill. . .. . . Bttuuleil ItItrevanl
.. . ... ... the tiillfiwlnir .h'o"rlhe.1 properly ami soundly tho two ntenslept participating\ reellnln
A I'. fronni. ; i Agrlmutnre.IV. I :-i : :: county Fliirfila, to-ult+ : persons of the Impost shippers In iStnto, and wish. to representyou
I II. IMoLIn .. :Cnnimihii;,; l er InHtriictli K!4 if Hill!; ..suction 7.tuwimliip 21 Hiinth,TIIIIK3fi with no' thought of harm or hint while they tllned 1 or carried on u convermilion. We represent several ) ) your

J.CIllY"rrllt.Io'ooter.. M Ilnllowat..Snpt.1'nbiie... ...AilJiiUiiitOoneralJohn Tho.....t....I.lllm ... .. .K..r'.e'.r.Hone..l. early
arose mythnlogical
Hralforil i>.rI. iiioriilninmo they concerned are wholly
. tu the iiiiiuii
. . . .. . .StateChendat iHBii.ini'o nf Ktirh tMM'titli'ate
. . . .
K Hone. ..
It. ITnlo Haul rartlllrnta
AIII.W. Statu Kx.iiiiinor: ,, vi I'urk uinl .t. Norwood.: n built a tire cooked and ate their breakfast I I show them meeting death 1 dt?
to I'w MX
Oltlce at TaIial.aeo, Klurlila.. need t will dull iHHite, hIt. theruun rMilimiimil tin acniinllntc the 4th day of liumuntinr with n relish! and then brought tip Iherlng speeches' or reposing Idly, \III KHTAIIUSIIKD: 18711. .

FLORIDA LEOISLATURK.: , A I.INIIIWltne.M their horses to lie waddled, niul bridled on conches of u nearly similar.
Miami .. . .. ... ..Senator my olllrlul uliiiiittiin mill soul the the ll.trrvll\ picked Mi(, nndillehe \ occurs' In thl14
F. M. HiulHon 3nl ilny of Nuvi'iuliur: A. l). I'Kiri.ft. When l Mr. up The Bleeping. couch rarely

e .'. Olnmteail I, Kurt: COURT I'leroe ..JInrus.,. .ltel'rltMontat'VIt. ( C.Circuit Sual, ('onrtor Itrevard A. A. S TK(',,W"olY.A KT.Clirk KlorlilnBlAC . stared, ut the bare ground ami wills early sculpture or painting. M. Lane & Son
I tied, Hharply."Whore In t01'1Ithe bed of this ern was Imsoion ,
3!. n.1I..hry.. . . . . .. . .. ...Clilef .lilBtlce HyU..4.SVEwAurl'.c.
K II. Carter . . . .. . ..AeeocluteJusLtce. In lAiclfer IH that holt anti principles\ much akin to those upoi

H..Io''r'I..r.. . . .. . . ... " Appllfiitlou for Tax Ht'cd. my money"I" ho I'xoliilmed which our bitls nro now undo 'l'Il1'roIIro 250 WASHINGTON STKKKf: NKW YOHK,

RAILUOAD' COMMISSIONERS.JelTflrflnn ; :' I Sure enough, It had tllMiippoaroil. The the body legs und .henilploce, nil

II. Ilrowne chairman. .. . .KeyWent. cainplnt ItI'Ollllrlllll.1 every article on Iwere mado much as they lire made todnj.
11. Iliulnim'. llurr . . ., . . ... ..Little 'Klver Cnilur Suction 8 of Clmpier 4HW.. .,Ijivr of Flurldn'ul : tho Southern FrustComm.iooios and Produce
neurelied and! then every bo found
carefully us
.!. M. llryiui .KlxnlmtiiiMiIt. Is h..reliyKlt ntliat Wllllmii I'rltfli
r luinn; : ';rlitrk; ;'.' :. :. ::: :. . ..MaolHiinIUMiiliimrUirn : NIHICK l II. 10;. lu-hnu.. U. K.; I'rltfhettRii'l AO foot of grouutl within n bltlyrwn9auldy n slab. of marble' lullncross
anil oltloe/ at T"th.lu..elt. Kla. Frlnk' riKmrtiu| >rn cninprlsliiK tltn tlm but ettr1 IIl'l'vlllJCI"
of lOst (oimc Turiiolitinu ( nny, purclwHiofTa ;.. > cult win Illluutt'lyotnlle over a I two upright Htonos

CIRCUIT COURT. CcrtlMi'ata Ni>. 24.1, tUtuil/. the 'Jnil lily nf sign of any bolt or> money wus found' logs. Later, however them come to : :: : : MsC: : .. tdI1tow:
Minor 8. JonoB. Tltimvtlle..., .. ..Circuit Itulii June, A. I). 1.m2, has Hleil sell rrrtlilcatn my and headpiece. .
of either a
('...linen Orlando.. .. I'roHecutlnir.. Attorney. olllrn and IIIM made a."lIe..tl..n. lor tea ilufil In, Neither could any truck muu I view a leg for each corner
1.rlnttTerrn-nllrth Monday In 61ar('Ih ISKIIB In ni-rortlnnnn with Inw. Mild cnrtlnriitnmiihracps or animal be Ml'NI. It wee n mystery Tho best examples of motion, PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
Fourth Monday In Outulior.KRBVARD lliiwtnif ilunprll'. ed! |l.r"I..rr; FLORIDA
Fall renn- HltuaUiil In Inn llnwuril "county. Klorl'la. towlt: what had become of that money belt beds. show tho skill of the ancients. In

COUNTY: COURT.A.D.rennny f'eol loi> :ail, rowimlil) 27 HonVh for they wore ninny, many ml lew from sculpture niul painting and the Imps
.. .. ..... .. .... ... County .In l> Ontililen,... . . _1'roeecutingAttorney. The anil! laiiil. liotni .. .....ltitthndatuofthe nny human habitation, 111111 no ono tanco with which they"
A. A. Stewart.... .. ., . County Clurk.: tttitiiunuu of Hiioh rtittf.tto In the uaniB uf C.: CHnvntdii. them on tho trail for dnyn.Jlvlnn The legs are often notablu exntuples of' I - - ----
Tnrni_SHronil ;Monilnv In May. t'liltisn siiiil rerthlunte shall b.. reilwiiieil ,
Spring Hides n'4 I
and tho servo
( the" Hotircli with fl'IIICtIlUI', the ( lIr.pt"M art.
Bummer Term-Hncnml Mommy In Augunt.Fall acanr Term-Huooml Monday In Novnnitwr. "n the llth tlayof Iwoeninur, A. I P. IM'nVlttieHi9 tho two men went on Houtli to tho eml panels> whereon tlio artist" of the (lilY;; LinesSPECIAL
Winter Term-Sifi-ond :Monday In February. \ inv oltlclal HlKiliittir' aniliiuul' tads the I
inth ilnv of S..v"nhor. A. II. Urn. of tliolr journey but they did not buy depleted tho llfo of tho period.

COUNTY:; SCHOOL HOARD. (teal, of Clri'iilt Court ) A. A. STEWART; any ('11 tll.'. Other . .. .Tltimvllle.Memhnn llrnvanl' coolly, Florida.
I R. Walker Superintendent Clerk: Circuit Court mortised togetherLater .
lIlirroll wood
BfKWAKr.: JI. C. I About thirteen montlm Il1h.rIr.: of blocks of
R.: MlmH, llv II.
R. 12-A
-K. H. Arnold, ]Matcher; mailfl, ot
stock entire bed was
Turnbull. 111111 another of hid the
Kuna vent lire; J. A. Carter: .
COUNTY:; COMMISSIONERS.: : :; !! --- friends/ made the souse horseback trip] weal Many of these .upoclniens. wen PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

R. A. Crinkling Dhnlrman TMInmn ; Win. R.. Itlll lor Hpeclltc I'erlonniiiico agate,. They camped not fur from tlipluru < of the c-ostlloHt manufacture tho wotx

",'..Iker. Tltunvillej; .Joliii K. Mlot.Curkiliutt Iiiilliumliti Lu-;; and lU ll f.IN where the ImckHkln belt had beet being Inlaid' with Ivory unit other nr JILljtl'lIt and moat thoroughly equlppeil pumeuKer Mteunmlilps. on the coast.
I. V. Woolen Cocoa: ; T. J. : Tortoise hell a'n
Holes of ornament.
Orange! lost on the previous jOUI'IIt'Y."Hhht -NO OVKnCHOWDIN
Regular Reunions are held drat :Monduy In each CIRCl'ir COURT OF THE BKVENTI: : over yonder," sail Mr.: Item. means of ileeornlliiK couches seemi"

miiuta. Jiitllnfal I I (:'Irctiltiif VIorliK'' III 'unit for 1 Hrevaril roll xliowlntf hU friend "1M where :I to Imve been Introduced\ about loo II. OLater IMPORTANT 8'l'A"l'JUJOMS\ ARE I'OSITIVKLY OUAiLAN'1'EEDontheee
1IUEVARD: COUNTY OFFICERS. n.fiUmnon Count and InClminery.Bnrali lll.*.arton'lirothent lout. $l.OOO In rId when I went througlhero l sliver and gold wera oi'ciiHlonullj. ahlpii, nu JlO tickets will benold to exceed tho number of berths,
... . Jnclire.li
A County
n.1.laalden'ritnevllle Penney TltnnvlUo; ; . .' t'rn Att'y, V <'o. aoorinrtlon -l about yenr UKO. I'd like to know IINWI. or the seating capacity of Dining flails, thus In"IHlng'l\lI passengers Indlvlduatervlce ;
of Kim U..1l10.YI..rlll. ,
A. A, ;Stewart:TltmirlllR: \\ : : : .County Clerk, both the ancients 11\11'11111'01
I' A.MI'MlllanFhn (leille..Jrax ,\.......".. ... what became of Hint I>l1e. In furnishings and attention.
E. W. Hull.Tlni.yllle..t.Tax fol lector.iliihn VH llllfnrMliernloWaiter "I.et'H go over and look around then e. about tbe M'U"O"IPIIl as Is In vogni!
II. McCerdell:, or ItalFerfonnunce
.,I. H. Walker Henry Tltufivllle T11anvllle.Snperintendoit. . Troantirer.., tlusre. .Mnrvlanil' t 1'hi> h o-. and llnlluf.dlantUver again Just for fun" nuggcHtal hlifrlnml. at present, Mattresses, pillows, val I. I'ASSKNOKKS! ; LEAVE JACKSONV1LM8 EVERY FRJAY
Commercial Comimny shown In
.I- u i. Krhm, Tllnsvllln. . . County: Surveyor noes anil loose draperies. are
J.V Urown.TUimvlMe. .. .. . ........ ..Sherlif.Oltlo .rTITC8VILJ.E State, of u rHiutlon)tlulHwarf; .?and of the the They did no, and HtriiUKe to relate the early vase paintings. All ('(J'lwlIhn (Mea Hcliodtile /hlplIllI/ Florida Tlmen-Uiiloii)

w 8. Norwood TltuAVllle. .ReHI8tration n..rhllllll\llOl.'Ii' : I'laatatloa they accldentillly dtumbled rllit over < mattresses, but tho thU-kness TOWN COUNCIL.E Company rorporntlon of LOWEST ICATKS(' NEW: YOItK AND AM. 1'OINTrt 2s'OUTII
; 'of \ bin nnd kind varied' with tho differentperiods. .
and the Slate 8 nth. Dakota.Wnerefln the very potvlivre tlio money Ity I
tax collootori E. Roll In*R., mayor K. Pyleii.; VanWorle.v.manilial clerk and treasurer; the attorney and Holtoltor for theannrplalnnuta been dropped. For over twelve month.. At llrst only a few Hkln* Incindingdeltghttdll\ DAYLIUIITHAIL, tlirougli the

.Mm ..,< 1. It. Walker F. A. linn rtlnil nn altMaTit. In tbl."rt.: thrown the b MnrganJ.L.'arrldhere.V.: Henry, tax m i iw>r; K. Hrannlnff and stating liln l>**lief that tne .ler.*n
11.1\ I'rlt'h rrl.oo..n..ln..o The council meets of states. other tlmn the Slate nr Florida)I hud been klHHeil by tlio gras niul flow I

Or.t Tuesday In each month. that\ the of ilefendant ave aim In Walter a iwnlili-nt rt. MfCanletl of llaltlrnnra.I.I overt in era wept upon liy tile rain nnd dew The pillows wore of various Hhiipei. ,. Through tickets sold to all northern polnta. For Information\ regarding/ at.

TITU8VII.LE HOARD OF TRADK.O the yean.ntal.of Merylandthat; the defendant. The winked nt by the ntnrn. mulled at b] .some being;' long and narrow, otliernapproximately tractions offered by no other line; diagram, reaorvatlnn\ tlckat, etc., apply to
M. Rohbln, prn ldentj; .1. M. IlIx..n. tr m- Indian liver I'onitneirlal Company fMAPortiiiratlon n< imrn nnd Still others
nrerJ.0.Hat.erret.ry. Meets leoontl Weil- :: lucorpnratndmdrr: the 1 Laws of the I Blare the moon Inflamed by the nun and fun- : |
214 West
IRTHUR W. PTE. Passenger Agent Bay Sreet. Jacksonville Florida
ocular night in each month at their room" of IHiLiwara'' on the nth day of Ntwcmlu-r, lint' ,, neil by the bree/ef, yet there they were nearly round In nppeariince. The

and has It.. liiiHinetm outre with the Ixtlawnrelharr mclinuKo In tho least Creek or \Itoiiinn of this period wan - . -
< <*r, Otturantm* and Trunt t'oinpany at Wilmington apparently' :
IM."war..an". that The Klorltla Ranch had! mj'HterlousljllHiipiienroil n most luxurious personage, us ho repilred -
Though the money
WALTON SELF-LOCKINO BLOCKS and llantatfon under the Company I iwii of In nooriMiratlon the Htate of Smith Incor; ( It was almost as Htrnn. :eljrecovered. nt lonst threo pillows to ennliln o = .A.. sw E3 zf.Csz" : : az OO .

Patented In all countries. Only tackle Jiorated on the liith day of January. A. 1>. lice\ I. All If' It ,val found but two him to ",'('\11'1' n g block of the kind In the world. Fitted and him Itn bitMlnnmi otHre at Huron In the dollar piece tens ion for his head, one for his
Ilakotn and twenty
of jtnullo Mute of rWmtn ;
with the Wftlton-Vlnton! Roller County further that thrre In not In the State of. VI..rhlath. Hero l.s the explanation\ : A hungry! ,Ibow nnl 1 one tor Ms feet.
.. rreHlilAitt, Vlre-pr..*i( or other head uf The iiiiittr Hes and pillows were covr" -
< <
Bearer. Uieful la any place either of add v.irt> >ratton*. or the c..hler nr coyote hud i piiHKeil' by the sleeping tniT'eler
hoisting U done. With these blocks truainreror trrneturj or general manager or nnd bad KiilfTed around tilt It found ". with linen or( wool. Leather to FULL
illmrtor/ of either of said crpsratlun. or 'd covering
anv "ome extent wn u as a
seized and]
This "
one man can do tbe work of two. buetnece agent renldlnir In Hravurd county the biicknkin belt. wan
any f0R
Thousand sold the north. Call In either of sari| rorporatlon, or any agenttmiouwtlnii carnal off to n sate l.s t mice before the fur tin* pillows. ICarn Instances arefound ex a>ss
foralthvror s.ml bidoverlng.
bu.Inee. rorponv nIl
where silk employed
and see them In working order at this. I lens:| In the .tate..r KUirida. nor any other |ir.* nnlinal I flopped to chew. up the Ltll'k.IIkln. ., PREPAID 2q 4re
ion in the MUM of Florida. thw wrvlre of a mil> On the Way two of the coin hail 1 \
office or the store of J"". Prltcbard A .pus.na llHin| wheni won hi hln.1 either ftf nal l c..r.l"r"llolla .\ great variety of niuterlnls was
or tlietlpfenilant Walter n. Mofjirdell.Vow : Iropped from tho belt but the rout of ,-' j
Son Titneville.iT ; oval !In Httiinnif both articles. The
tlirrvfore, tbe said Walter H. McCardnll the: told held In place till It was torn'rom
The Indian Itivrr (".piiinirr-lal r'nm|>anr, a our.H Its rvs'ssr's. an the sharp toothed l (.mmnnt article nrnong/ the fireeksMIOIII ti'
,ratltin,ant 'The Florida Itjinrh and Plentatl"aU.mpany to liarp.. been refuse wool torn
{ M Cfirlioratlon,are required to appear uinK'y cryote devoured his stolen tldtit.
t n the nil 1 alxd In the '' .i,e entitled: raise. at .- San I-'rnncUcw Clironlcle. r)rr In cari'lng or fulling cloth. Amonghe r6 q rs
he ( lerk'ii Ddti-e of tile Court In T
t i lortih a.anddefendaaid.nitntherwlae ash Alondav: : ,the 4th day of I:*cumli"raO.1's ; liai/.l lbill wan .the favorite article for this purio $ 41t'
'J'he fa. ot Wl". .
will b. taken "it"ln t them an cunfeauwl. I '''>. Ktniw'! and rushes were us...lursely
__ further ordered that notice. hereof lie to the deBlrablllty of the nice ol
It by the clnsses.. Feather I
r oven hy pnlili.hlnic thnnlPF/ with. Hula de the wile UrN there can be no question. pfxir
ha.owe A week for four floamtviitivereek .illlow\ are unit meiitloin us ln-lng In
av an may . The most casual obnerratlon will
cds In the KA.r CoAiir AOTOI-ATK:, a new* atNtencei! In the fourth century. 'Ibemist'
laper pulilidieil at Tltn.rille. riorlila.' and that ufflce to convince any one of the dAmage -
mklni hereof that (. and In
twenty day from the < hangings were many
haqfrww. cabin
are kaowa hr wdat tby which \ laden
a heavily wagon
Court llnuneD
thvdoor of the
Pot' h.lf (vmwry ley i copy be nmtiMl! at : : iiNtancrich tapestries. '
haW Man ins aMdaM-ham'i Tltavlll*, Klorl'la. and copies W cant hy equipped with the ordinary harp,
1111, our. b pmdun bl.f.r, hWyr nail la each of the defendant at the ranpertl'eddreMM In the representations of Itoinan beds
sell. tkru per ,than. sold and ,....ltI..n..IfI..n. In the aald 1 am- rounded narrow tlre will produce on he furnishings run generally to lux-
D7 all ,.aria If e letsA... larlt any road. There l- also another and /
..al h to all applleact.D. Aria and ordered at the. Clerk'. Office, at Tl- iry and display, and the draperies\ are
to..III.. riortd, tbl*'jniU: day of October, A. ... p rbap oven greater advantage to be attention '
be parts given the roost
d CO.
Mod rained by the ue of wide tire*-name
D trow, Mloh. : Hca'lnf Circuit C ,art.1 A. A..IITEWART.I 'rhe most striking colors to be ob- ;
the Increased at.
I Clerk Circuit/ <>Ky ourt O.Are8BNIRtyVhrlda.1t' tained.j. capacity alned were, Reel, in their manufacture Acents for the 1'abst Brewing Co.NART .


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BREVARDCOUNTY COMMIS- LAX FOR SALE, St. Lucle and Dada JAMES. ritmmARD. President: WJM. M. BROWN, '11('..iVmri, (
: l1 EAST COAST ADVOCATE counties> ]Inscription' of .land: West WINSTON S. BRANDING, Cashier.' "'
1 IB of northeast 14 mid west!
PUBI.ISHKD EVERY FRIDAY. ta, SPO 1J( township ::12, range: :30,
Hoard of County Commissioners, 1U1( 20 100( acres, St. Lucie county. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANKCOUNTY
i i'i'i i Entered, at the I'oBtomce at Tltimvlllo, Florida, of lirevard county, at their regular meeting Viif 'IU tot noithwesr ij:i unit went l 6 ,(
$$14, { a" second-dim" mutter.CUABLEH of sontlxest l4 i sec ::1(.">, township :S3 J J
held Nov. (Oth and 7th, the
; on proceedings ttOYA
range 1111!>, Kill( acres, St. I.ucle county DEPOSITORY.
t'' I H, WAtTOie, Editor: & 1'tdllxber. of which were published in our NoilhuHHt, !,4 of soul' I haunt 44, HOO 3,
limt Issue, examined and passed for pay towuHhip :US!! south range/ 41 east; capital, 3 : Go,con
't..j .WMKI.V JOOBHAL DEVOTED TO THH DKVH.orMcitr .. went thu following bills, : clime to O. K Wood's" pineapple plan- r" Paid up capital, ?5000
1 A( r N, or TUB INDIAN HITRK, I.AKH ration / $200,000

W. It. Walker, Co. Com . . . . *, 4 (Ik) /--..... IWAii.., Also, th. northeast' '4' of northeast
Ik Dlooontlnllan or aclvt. milHt be uiaile ....r- .1.1 U. :Mot " A" mileage 8 40 ,', II1"1 CI. 1 J'I'. ace. 18, (owlish)>> :its south. range Transacts a General Bankjlli
>i { Sully. at thin olHce or by writing U. A. ( onkllng" . . 23: (..0J. I'1' m tun Mm,, J Ji link of St Lucle
F. ''''ooten'' . . 8 00 r. uvi.1iO. ; avic-s, i utlu uuuutApi >' Business
W eaeok,eto., may be made payable to CHAKLK 'r. J. Coch8hutL"" . . 1 MJJ. w. A. BALI., Sliuirf., Km.Oraylng n ,

1 j,4 H. WALTOM,pnhllHlier. 1'. Brown, j jiilor, . . . . . 30 00 -.--- ------ i I + Largest and Oldest Bank on the
J. P. Brown, waiting/ on Co. Com 4 OoJ. tray 1)1f) !'. Rug
i' ROSTOV OKKK"".-Tlio/ bninrli HOKKHI elute P. Brown, janitor: . . . . I 5 00 f fPOYJDER + 1 df5r,'} : + ( Exchange bought unit + dd>1 | ,?i t ,
+. I II utrt-ot or Tine, nun IlAur: In In roA charm'r AI"I>VO Mr.IAPIC Curl IH I'nt. Alollows"K4 !Milk K. Howler, ferryman . . . . . . j 5 00( 01 hauling\ still 1 inds. promptly 1- r+1'1 Countries1'atronaice k0
;, I who will inaka ..,lvortl.llIcOlltrf..tll/ lor tinpapor. 1) L. (Jaulden. mil. PIOH. AtCy..1': !i Itll attended to. Meets all trains. Stove wy r I I --
p p I A. I D. Penney sal. Co. Judge' :B.1! ; 00W. appreolateil Pam I i t -, .,
_ .___u_ __ -*uod for wile at all buttes trean"eutandevmyIut'r ?, ?, ,,. "'
... :H. Norwood salary Keg ollicer 13; 00 II. Jr.. II OI/rEN. TiMiHville.Cleaning f ( Hurvutive liaiiknit., ,_I.i , 't'
y 1 r> In writing ttlio AnvocATB! for Informatlonol eiiLlune- A A Stewart, accountant . . all!J(> 00 ._ - i
kltiiltliawrlterwlll oblige by .
1, tag a tBinpe ny : g Empire limit Cnuiimii\, -, ,
+ (00Krudy .
4'I S Titusvlllo Klt-clrlo: L Co. light ob :1\: \) v i Y
8f'' A-Iilrenii' all conimnnlcatlonii to Ilros., mdse, for jail. . . DOK. ( HAS liD SUBSTITUTEA Ml work dona up-to-date. 'all ands Florida flank an,) Triint < < .h| i, i,. ,; t orrirrU
EAST COAST ADVOCATE!:, O. I.. :S. Co. nidne. for jail. 1 :23!: I Andrew (Olb"on. a' the Parlor
TITIJHVILLB FLORmA.I It. C. Pharmacy nied. for p. farm 2 73: Cream of Tartar Powder -a me ,
I liuber Mn'p' on \VnKlilnijton avenue.
E. c. L. & :H. Co. lumber for p. f.I7: 32: freo from alum or phos- ... -- .. - -
I K:. C. ADVOCATE.:, advt. license lint. 21:! i*>0Kla. phatlo acid --'-'-
714 A JT. I-3[. JI> :$: EC1TS::
A O t U. S. Department Agriculture/ Star, pub. notice ct. ct. ndjt. 1 'MFla. Bros.EVir ,
:Star, Print p cards tax col.. 17 (03; .ROYAL BAKING POWDBR CO., NEW YORK. Hodgson( ( (:Successor:: to Dobbins lirott.)
. ,f Weather A. A. Stew air mak. and send I note.' -- --- ---- -
- GUN viicl: LAO: 0 SMip: : : :a.
yl -- to jis. etc about ndj of or. ct. :ai0/ WAYrH.--nv, 'lill'.nn "ASf'e'JIlt-' (U.\ 1.1.11':, INDIAN I : ULVF,;It, FLA .
y Tho following is a aomparatlve statement L. K. Nov. -f 00 INU llol'HK.; I era..., nt rimtwi'rthlppiiii( .and "P Badges, Checks Dour Numbers, Stencils, Tmnk and Loclmmitli .> 'i 11'1nEPAIlUNU |'i ,
jr. t
ct. ct. :
MyeiSjdraw : :
1 i iw ''i of temperature and rainfall for the aomewhatfnuu sub. with I ; I .i ul: rrilury. n" MH- Marine OF HUNS AND REVOLVERS A hl'KriAl.n:
3 J. 1'. Brown, thaw ftndmim jr. ct. ct 21 20 H.iilw.iy.eniirnl :
a > ,J week ending Tuesday Nov. 11,1005. aletantInbranchulllcc.! hinnlx) IMII'I' ) wok- Gun and l Revolver and keys at wholeiiale. Trunks and Vnlim! -. I li ."I. I
parts i i
t 'M t J. 1'. Brown, sum wit. m Inlort./ jr. 10 03: I Or. I'urinuiimic |I'" Ition :No JnvuHtmont" reipilreil. I MoiulmiitK, mid frhiji:: Ch.tnilleis
;- -190.1- 2-JL4 blain fit. Jacksonville. Via.TIIK .
i A. A. htewHrt, mak cert for Fret lens 'xl"'rlpco| lint imenllul) ) to \ I
i1 I { DATil: MAX. MIN. MAX. MiN. copy uiiKUtclnm, ;. Adds, ..specl.il: 1 Fitch I It lea.. _
y letting convicts out . CO - --- - -
/ .
MI' M.ulRlCer( Hruiii'hcn Porn Klitck.riitrnfri) --'----- ---- -- -
t n R 1(1(; 64 77 A. A. Stewart, malt report of del -- _. "it 'ILiiilingOiir'' Stoilrig and Repairing
( I t 'l r ) toll 0'J: 71 57 taxes for Oct, . . . 1 00 JOn ]PKIVriNU ..t >Iii;, kuuN il,",iM ill SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
10 811 711 71 044 YiiclilH find l I Launches.
tip A. A. :Stewart reed deed r of way this 4>flic;(*, at ra.rsueebh'raten diveus
' 11 71) 111'' 73: 70"I from Goode . . . . . 1 40/ a ahara IIf your nk Mention the AnvooArK wisest writing
; It I 12 1n) 10 81 T. '1'. Wctmoru, Ice clerks office :3 i 33.las. _______ _H _
ns 1:1: 74 1)4) CO Iiii Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
Prevalt, sal supt pf for Oct. 43; 00)
11 71 (i1: HH 00; ,
E. W. Dunn, cook for poor farm 12: 00) ::Sald. ""VVSwle. Sto-ves. Oils .
the week .2, #
rainfall for
h Total : ,
U. F. Duren, mctae for poor farm 1 43; -..
t4' Dopnrtnrefrom normal rainfall for the Jas. Piltchard & Non, mdso for p f ]010\ ) !'" IXTh C110CKKIJY( : OLAShWAKiS.{; ETC. **%
t week: minus .12! Inches. Departure liriuly llroH. nxlse for poor farm 54 :21II. Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick
w ' l M from normal rainfall since January], .."
W. Forbes, jr inquest . . 1 00
; { q minus 2.m')!) Inches. W T JMcCullougn j jr at inquest. . 130
M tiV' HAL. 1'. IlAimiN Observer. EJ Pieviilt / 1 70 Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida TcleiOi.', \,". 2tl

-- Jim Witt I I10/
1 L H[ Ilyers . 1 00
TUB latest health fad Is to stand A .1' ElllS 44 .. . . 1 (UII,(,
''h f 1 for nt least half nn hour after: each C II Clark witness at Inquest( . 1 (XI' ,
1d Tile Dulcet Established: Craln and Seed llimxr In il I.." I"', .
meal, to avoid indigestion. J J (It I.amar.. ,, 1 00 - -
A A Stow,a it mak ]list tax: celts. for --
( 1 Conipt and (:set k. 2(00( A YAiIKt

ti I A I1UNTEH'I are having n big time J 1' Drown game war> HJNl but, )Sept. Oct 24 ((13ROAI J: \7\Tro.: ..6.._ Boors: cSs! Cc.

around Titusville and large bags
.John Henry mak dlv of road.] fund
of quail and duck are dally coming for Comrs 1250 GRAIN, HAY, AND GARDEN SEEDS,
p j into town. E O L & S Co lumber for bridge 17 111(

yl 1d OAD FUND Disr NO. I. Flour, Grits, Meal and Fertilizers

I !I Ill TUB!: Woodmen of the World has ..JV Osban road work. . . , . 100 'r s
{ rf' {,f x become quite n strong organizationin KKSvtlnion"' . . . . . 1848N s 'ro PI 20i( EaMt Bay Stieet, JACKSONVILLE: :, KI.A
Ii M Flats . . . . . :2 00
Titusville, and they meet in the A :S Wilson '. . . . . . 27 OO) Cataloguo Free Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. f' 1 I.. lit
hl ; f ,4 beautiful new Masonic hail.'t i "
p ]LOAD Fl'NII Disr NO. 2.

It II Laroche road work. . . . . :25! (00 .... ,, ---
i" s HAVE!: you cleaned up your yard ,J A Hhlppeo . . . 2 (M') -ae if -- - -- vr - ._.- .

$ and sidewalk? If not, do it with. ,I K Carter . . . . :8! 00) .. MeMurray & Baker
} N il Fish . . . . 10 50 -- ._ ...
; it out further procrastination. Titus

'', Vp i ville has the name of being; one of N M Fish 1OAI road FUN woi k.DINT. . NO.. . .3.. . 272 8211V 401.413 East May Street, Jacksonville, Florld.i,

t '1 ', the cleanest towns on the East: Lauler.. . . . . . 7 73: -
Coast. Let that good name con. ? a ksr: : :E3o.r: L'VVars: c_, -Makers and Jobbers of-

? ROAD FUND J>lST. NO. 4. .
S tinue. TirU-.VIM.K:, V'LOHIIA.[)
______________ II S Williams road work . . . . 4 (00' .. ...
I -- -- --- -
1 i, N M Fish, load work . . . . . 2! OO Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
t Monum persons who take a delight A l)yal . . . . . . 4 BOA ,
ttri ; n in going to funerals even S Dixon road work. . . . . lo 50 The Octa/aha t Nurseries.Do
y t ( when cney were not acquaintedwith C II Illbbn . . . . . 7 50 / Saddlery, Rubber Tires.

the dead person are not un4F OA1) FUND HIST.: NO. :5.> First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

' common, but the wedding record is It It Chaudotn road work. . . . 15; 50

y' V)$.' held by an old lady in one of the FKEDINO!: rniSONBKH! FUND.J. not Hell tired cheaper: than lliov can ho had iron other nurses lea, but

si ; pll'IN' '? English: counties who hap attended P. Brown feuding prisoners . 5O (00 there IH a certain umoiint of piotccilon for Florida growers, who want ro pro .t t3ea a t3 tta73r-ta--f t3: td --t tS27IrDS

t more than a thousand weddings in '1'hore being no further business at this duce a fliHtclaoH fruit, in buying tries from tm, for .they can ret just what gr SP'Ii.ING.I

t, the post fifty years. time the Hoard adjourned until first they older l from in. TOR:

,1 a, Monday In December, l)0u!) :;, at 2 p. m. Trees POSl'tl'ncly< True to NninP" "JA w atjauwnnr, and you want them
fo come 10 you In first clans condition

'VE are receiveing a number of IMPROVING HIS HOUSE. You alas! want them free of WIIITK FLY, and you want BODY TO TIn IJ Turnips-and Ktita Bagas. y
" letters from the North, asking for HUD and OOOD ROOTS I, 1 Onion Sets-Bermuda and Peail. I

ti ; j1 information about the hotels and The Times-Uolon correspondent) at Our Meat have /all of tlirwe }gaud! point In their f.tvor, in fnct, they are juatan Cabbage-best varieties for Florida. Beans A.

j l boarding houses open along the Miami/ I says tlH t1.. M. Drown pies I- good ait SCIENTIFIC METHOD OF CULTn'ATIOSAXD: f Seed Potatoes-for fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph.L I|

LM East Coast. Why do not the pro. dent of the Ft. Dallas National Bank jo'EHl'lr.1Z.\TIO CAN MAKE; THEM. They are the beta. Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods, Ete.I .|.

S II : praetors of the above insert their and the Hank of Bay Biscayne, and vice- Our new, Illustrated Catalogue/ with valuable cultural note \is free. Won't

j ad. in the ADVOCATE columns? president of the Indian Hlver State Dank, you write im for I L. G. O.AJ\I.IJTIEI..C: ::: :: ., SoodsmLan: I

;I i'' L'g' Nothing like letting strangers ritusvllle, is making extensive repairson yO.. "'V"' ;i ;l iJl know your house is open and ready MM palatial! homo at the corner of J
to receive them, if you are anxious Thirteenth Struet anti Avenue It. M. J. -----aa3 -wE3arE3: : -- :3 s'1 :

II I ; to fill your house. Ryan of the Seminole! Novelty Works' -- -- --'

has the contract for out the ,
: /getting material -
; t
41 for the dlnitgroom, which when -- _. -= .
THE people who come to Floridato .' .
I spend the winter always want to complete will be one of the finest and '- .............. ...................................:..
elaborate dlnlutrrooms in tho :
most Stale.
i'' i come again, says the Gainesville: : .
) L'he entire Inside will be of ma.IN.htWOOtl.
r Sun. Those who have never been CoIi1IPAE4ATIF 2 THE
better known as }<'lol.ldnJ; !\- Y
here are afraid of sickness when
1 L the fact is manifest, through care hogany. This wood Is susceptible of a
6 I4y4 high finish, equal in every respect to AP'LA.DE .
ful investigation that there id not
I Cuban The doors doorframes PALMETTO PIANO CLUB \
/ mahogany. I
th A i' k an iota of difference as regards the window casings, floor and coiling IN
it health of Florida in summer and
I'i'[ i the climate of Ohio and Michigan, will be made of this wood also tho .
i E unless it be in favor of Florida! sideboard and china closet will he madeof B $ By joining our Piano Club you will be ablo to get a $100() ) gr.u .
the material! .
i ; ST i Experience: has shown that the same_. .. j .. Piano for $207 on payment of *10 down and membership dues ','t i *
weather in the North Is most diva.f ,
THE FAIR AT TAMPA, J $6 per month, without interest. Piano delivered free to nearest J
f tr'' greeable. A summer in Florida is .

the heat medicine Northerner j depot, as soon the first *
1 a ran as Ten Dollars Is paid.
The Florida: State Fair, which openedat
take, and in many Instances they Tampa last 'Wedneml.ty, pronouncedly THE :
: E1' will get fat on the medicine VEHICLE & HARNESS CO. | \
? 41 the ]>rCHS of Florida. \.: to. bo. the mostmagnificent ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLAN
ever held in tile South, :Corner Foisyth unit! Cedar, Sts. #

I HUNDREDS of homeseekers are every detail being complete. There' are JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. J To Introduce and get this Piano before the public, we will tOI n 2

coming! from points in the In all eight big exposition buildings divided .
i 1 North and West many to Florida to "spy into departments for the various Our stock of . . : a club of ONE HUNDRED members, and each member will get :

i ; out the land," "says' the St.: Angus- products'produced lln Florida, and the WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES:: : a Piano at the wholesale price. The club is limited to O.V>., *

tine Record. Florida bids them a display, In each is of n remarkable order. SUhHEVS.: HAPS, ]ROAD CARTb, j HUNDRED members and all instruments will soon be taken. :
I gracious welcome and asks them to The booth. are the most beautiful ever .
$ :1' seen At any: State Fair, the various counties HARNESS: SADDLES. ETC, ETC ETC.: .
1G : : make a thorough investigation .
1 1Is
I all portions of her domain, east, upending. / hundreds of dollars: in arranging -IS NOW COMPLETE: : THE PALMETTO PIANO

tl tl't' { ii, ",'est. north and south. Of course them. In brief, the Fair now --- ----- f .

$ //0 the people on the East Const will lu progress In the first real, State Fair J3T"Cnll: on its and you will find our prices will ,plense yon. 2 an instrument that baa been manufactured In our own far J

t 1'11 1 !! lie. most happy to extend the hand' ever held In Florida, thirty counties Using : tories, with some special features that will make it stand tin i'l"" :

all who desire represented by Individual and general .
j 1 -hi f of greeting tn may exhibits. TITVSVIZaLI i IIV i ru ST.AJ3LE: ; : :. 2 matte conditions of this State better than any Piano nude .
: ,' to cast their lot in this section, hut :

( those' who may go to other parts, Jtl:r 1 rM u SEND FOR CATALOGUE. *

either on the west coast or in the TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS. FEED AND SALE ; Ilwl. SADDLE HORSES, .

i' ; middle or northern section will find
The following' are the times of arrival ...8TADI.} ... BUGGIES,
{i'' 'h 'r there.a people quite na generous in and departure of passenger trains to and i

iron r ,, their welcome The East Coast. from Titusville: 1IAGOAOE': SURREYS, The Cable Company a j

has already attracted large per- sorraeorr0.LeaveaTttusvtliefarMIArniand. ,

:t 4 oentage of those who have come I J 101x9pmintenuediste : TRANSFER, SV'l' .. and TURNOUTS of i .
points at | 3JO; m vJT. r
i South !seeking! an equable clime anti lfOarUKIUOD. p HAULING ETC.t_ ..all kinds.. .: FRANK E. CHASE, Manager. JACKSONVILLE, fLA. :

I *'" good field for enterprise, and no L a\'eTltu""Ule" for Jacksonville I !IM., a m .
; ; I will decide and Intermediate point .at |J 1 ::15 p m .4 1.......... ..............X11
?I doubt a great many to .. TUnnTllle for Sanford . 8:3(1: amIrrlvoaTltiicvllle OMC. Olson :n: .. .N....9..4..N..
1"f '' become residents of the state froiu Hanfnnl U'Jtipm: :: 1 VILLE.10 rear of Ro>bbln.' Law OOioe FLORIDA." : .

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' +..++.+. . .........*..+.+.*....+++..................... Mims. Rockledge. We make a specialty of


"'. S. B.\llou spent, Saturday, Tltusvlllo Indian River Is teeming/ with wild
i : ou business. I duck
: ******************** .
1'. L. Kyzer went to City Point lust' It. V. Douglas/ shipped 100 boxes of FIRE INSURANCE I
'' week on a business trip I tine grapefruit this week
Ne"V8V Notes Contributed
t, : by Our nO UlC\l' : Mrs O. Nollo spent Sunday liiTltiis- Mr. Alexander, of Marlon, O, arilved

: Corps of East Coast Coiie.spoixclents.Plenso .: villa with Mrs. J. T. MrCiiilru. I I here last; week to spend I the winter.

, Miss .105.16! Taylor visited friends I In 111 r. and Mrs. Scarborough of CoorgU: ,

....................-.-.-.- .- .- .- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .- .. .- .- .- .. ._.- .- ......?.?............................................- T'itnsvlllo on Saturday and Sunday. are visiting their cousin, J. [. ::;wlnl
E. S. Leo bas started shipping fresh Mrs. A. I). HaUIwin and .:\1 I'll. Scott'

:-ji': send all communications I Eau Gallie. tom. tOf'M. and Neon beaus will follow. woro visiting Mis. M. C. S.ilnion; Moil-

and, items for publication. to "Killtor Miss Conk, of Ostoon, was a guest tlf d.iy.W.:
Miss Uensim for several List week V. Uho.ids nail will
.\CO', urA1 B. TltllsvllIf'; I"h. days: family move PROPERTY OWNERSpossible
to tho S.iuatarluni at Mcriltt tliU .
over ,
SAHMt C. worwisov-riitRitias. Asr) 8iu\- : C. J. CoKuIn, of Unolclotlee, Is In Jtlin
:y We cannot guarantee to piibHtbI \ o KO.<. Man ilullla., Florida' attending to the shipping of his oeauges. week.

I ,' r-h.i; (' not reach this. ollloo before 0. B. Cooper of Oak IIIll!, was In thlll The telephone company' are putting
Heavy north wind( ou Saturday. and the line In order and hanging IIWI'UWII'CK.
| noon on Thursdays village on buud.iy, and stopped at the .
Sunday last hotel

Our totes aro filling with fall and K.: A. ll.irtwoll Is quite ill, but with
Will correspondents oblige us by up A. li. Orwell, of Went Palm I"ch,
careful by his tallliful wife lie
winter goods nursing ,
visited oM l l tlmo friends in Minis last
. the names of people and
.tilting places : will soon liu up Ilg. III.
possible ? Mm. Sumtflr Is better, from her IndN week :1
ii-.uuly us
IK -_. position of last we..k. Albert Nolle! of 'TltiiHvHIo In lioro Palm cottagott\ toeelviid,l a thorougl:
Inside and out and U being
painting 1
The helping' his Lather to ship Ills 1'I'0p"f
heavy" norther of Sunday las IItied up in good shape.
Melbourne.RK'HAilD r>rove. 'the water! to a high point' In the oranges f best at
Eau' Gallic river. If you have any houses to rent, or Kf'II.
Several, 1 white citizens of Minis! visited
orange/ groves to dispose of, now Is tin
The entertainment at the Carleton the colored camp meeting/ nt TUisvlllon time to place your rid In tho AnvocATKTho protection % # theLOWEST

W. OOODK.-Keul K.t4ite. Notary hotel Melbourne was well attended by) Sunday. a
I'ulillc and ('nnvevallcor. Agent for +:tn.i our young 1'aui,la. II. J. Miiftrndcr of Oak Ilill, wan lnilast r.a.IiI'II'ltl Society gavon chicken .
( ronl' and Londnnaild a'"IHltnl'n..1. and
.Ivor" Globe pin supper entortaliiinent nt
Fire Iimiiranen I'oinpuntuH. "Hpeulul' ntt iitlunjiaiii Services will he hold In St. Johns EI'IM- : !: wel'k. Hoeing to tho shipping of hiM White's cottage; lust Friday bvening and

to the intereBt ot non.n Mldoute. copal chinch every Sunday at 7:30:: p. m. orange crop. it was a decided. SIICCOHS.Mr. .

-- -------- All Invited; scats free. W. J. Duncan: of New York and hula l ..r. . !' _tu.Illlhjlllll,
Subscriptions for the ADVOCATK and Mrs Aaron Hunt of Hillsdale -
:: :, \V. D.
at Ih'DH'II1'1Ifor
Tho Is are stopping
steamer Canaveral, still carryIng manager /
I the pink paper of the East Coast will be S.l1'l'Ivt'd hoio Oil ,Velhteielty.Mr. !
few weeks.
received at the Melbourne Postolfico. cairying cargoes; of shell to Eau ll.i I- n : Hunt improved| sn much whllu Loin

He for use ou the town streets S. It. Downos, a New York com mission List winter, that he concluded' to return RATESLEADING

ludge/ John li. Adams, of Saugatuck, Messrs.' Rossltter, and Houston have merchant, wait o.illhitf on the orang again this fall

i Mich., has again/ come to Melbourne to returned from their shootininff tilp. Re- growers on Tuesday. Mrs AI 1. Ioile\ l and daughter, of lion'

| spend the winter. suits: a deer and six wild turkeys. 11'. II. Strahan.: of \Vest Palm' Uoncl, nlngtou/ Vt., arilvud last week, and aionltuio

Messrs. S. and B. Adams: have again Rev. John \,,. Walker was tho guest. Is In [Mims for several weeks, visiting stn I l.t'-"I".. "t O'tk cotta g a until their lute,

returned to r.r Melbourne after spending of Dr. Sarah C. 1I0<1Ron., of 1'1 Dtlwood relatives and friends. an' Iecu. The.ItVOCA'I'C follows

i septa months In Jacksonville. lodge/ on Sunday and Monday lust. John 1 Peal, of Oak Hill, Is at the hole them to llockledgo./

Duck the river front The East Coast Turpentine t Co ha e for n few weeks, looking after the grove A. I.. Aveilll. while North, road in
along have
here by the thousand, and our ''sportsI linen- secured nil the pine trees between her interests of Coopo it Ma rudor. the AI>VOOATK: that someono haul.. station I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. f

I have kept their friends well sup- and :Melbourne, for till puntlne puipo' "on. P. L. Kyzur, i'. \V. Roberts' IIn.1Y.. 1 1IlciiMon >. John (lul"cY'lIjllln, so ho brought him a
with them. tended hot dt li ,iitlou nice now one Nothing like mailing tho I
piled Mrs. McKelvey dent her maid 1 back to I cvr< -
Youngstowu O lust the monies of Indian River Lodge No. IK). newsy pink paper of Kloiid.i.R. .
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Whiting arrived ., on Saturday ,
rant the North last week, and me now maid having received stroke of pnrulybis. !last: \\eok. F.. crimes had I'lItlrorlll excited l Morgan & Walton

J nicely located at the Grand View Cottage Miss' l 1It1.ulco! Straban' whole touching' ruuawny !last: Saturday on Barton mice ,

j for the winter. Mine Host .1. O. Mast, of the Indian school at Dulray 1 was visiting llu'I' jmlltl-! Ills horse shied., and one of the buggy
mother, Mrs.: ( J. It. Cliamburllii wheels naught; In a who i m (once, inpsl/lii't
( ntur-
River hotel Titusvlllu In Eau Gal ,
Mrs. C. J. {o'. Campbell has sold one day and Sunday. the buggy .and throwing him under. .tin : t'U.o'V"111o. F orid.o.: _
Ho on Friday List, In the Interest of Canaveral ,
of hel'lots ou New Haven avenue with whouls; but the holse Ireeil hlmxolfrom

number of line bearing orange hecK, to Club.E. I the buggy/ which lucidly |>revenreil ---
:Mr. J. D. Leo, of Chicago. S. Randall having his launch put Sun Lost J>lotl er. )1.. Uilmos hunt lioing diayjred:
Mrs. Laura Adams arrived last Satunlay Into complete order. Mr. anal Mrs 'Consumption In our family, and .._ _________
from Fremont, Ind. and willspen.1 Randall: will he In Eau Oallio thl wlnte through: It I lost my Mother writes Kli. ;. Injured."I l-'oluy & c.! ? Chicago! originated
tho winter with her Leon -for a time, at least Held, of Unfunny, Ale "For the Than It '1'110 Lord!!" Honuv and Tar IIM a tluo.it. and lung:
;Mr. .
son, ( ii to number took advuntiiK .the
remedy and iicoonnt of the
[ Adams, in the Moad Cottago. K. 15. Taylor and party are out ou the past live years, however, ou the Blight cried Hannah fluent of I.ltllo Rock, excursion to Tltusvlllo I Lust \Vook.lItOMMI'S. molt and, l populailty on of Koloy'it grunt
est Higi of cough or cold, 1 have. tukoiDr.
St. Johns liver, looking after game, this Ark. "for the lollef I from 1I.'k.len'lI
lIon. George R. Lyon and wife left !got and Tar Imitations are ottered for
week. and ) King's Now 1 Dlscoyeiy for Consumption Austin and OII1lNt..1> : loft on many
Quail are plentiful docks At n lea .salve. It cured fearful
Waukegan III., last Thursday, for Mel In tho market.Tho which has saved mo fronaeilous my eJHowoult Tuesday. for Tamp.i, to attend' ,the Fair. the guanine, Ask for Koloy's honey
are a drug running sores, which nothing
bourne. Their elegant now home Is I lung trouble" Ills mother' / and'l'ar and refiisx. any sutmtltiito offer.cd -
nearly complete, and their Melbourne Walton :Self-Locking; Tackle Blocks death was I a sad. loss for !\1 r. Mold\ lint holellrllt..1 heal, and" from which I had HiitToied' for Dr. Hondrlx, accompanied( !hv Mrs. as no oilier' piopcrutlon will glvo the
: fiiends will be glad to welcome them are tu use at l Hodgson's ways. I and are a I that lung tiouble mu oat not he /R yours It Is a marvelous hurler for Tomkles and d.iuglitur, Mis. Iliugrove" HIIIIIO 1I..atlsfiiellon It li* mildly laxative.It .
cuts. bums and wounds (//'IIIUII.' ... here. in time and the 1 luintalns and Is safest for
great saving powor over neglected, and how to cure It. Quiches lit) opliiles
Mrs. Claude Edge and baby boy who old plan of_ hanhng tin n._ tmaf.H._ _n._. relief anti Hum for rnliuIlH and' colds, tho Hud Cross riiarnuiey ; :!I.i cents Mr. and I Mrs. C. T. McCarfy nrrlvnd thllll'ml i and delicate persons. Mold by

have. been spending the past month Pineapple avenue Is being shelled, and fries 50o) and $1.00; guranteotl;; at time; homo ou :Sund.iy: night; after a shirt visIt tho lied Cross .I'hrulnney't'itusvlllu. . Pla.
with Mrs. Edge's parents. Mr. and Mrs. the steamer, Canaveral Is kept busy. Uud Cross Ph.umacy. Trial bottle free.aeorgIana. I Indianola. In the north-western states. -- -- -- - -

K. W. Goode, left on Thursday for their hauling the necessary from the bluiT 01 ---- Rov. Tompkles held services in I ho Job Printing.

winter home In Miami stopping a few Sebastian hay opposite Micco. ( John K. Field commenced shipping' Methodist church .Minduy ovonluu.
days in Fort Pierce to visit their Edge his oranges this week Quito number were present 1 Do not forget the fact that nt the Al>-
W. A. Hart was thrown from his blcy
I relatives.Mr. oho by a hound getting In front of his I I). HtClair:; Nlsbet with a force of m1 ma. Ill curl wothor and thion lilldien' VOOATK ofllco, Titusvllle we do Job

]\ J. B. Lee who has lately purchased wheel. His shoulder will show the effocts Miss May Wlttfeld went to Cocoa 01 men Is busy this week getting; / oil n carload arrived on [Monday night fiom, (hits Angeles. printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply and

[ some valuable lots on New Haven of the fall for some time to come {Saturday of oranges for Dr. (ia,. Hill. Tholr many lends wurogl.rd! I to oxpedltloimly., Letterheads, Notehend,

j Improving avenue has the men at work fencing: and Rev John W. Walker held services In Dr. Capron aiiivod hero on Satutday Our village will be well supplied. with see ,them back ngaiti. lllUhnadH, Envelopes, Tugs, and all\ other
Mr. Lee has the
[ push and same.of a Chicagoan St. Johns church on Sunday evening last on a visit to Dr. and Mrs Chambers. music thin winter, judging by Urn number Mr. nnd J II'H. Claik Hnvimey' and maid,I kinds.
energy a good
dose The church was tilled to the doors. The of pianos that we have now of Buchanan Vu., arrived hero Tuesday I wr
| of which is good in our town. A Miss HiiHsol the school teacher, was
| fine house will noon be built by Mr. Leo Hinging by the choir was of a high order visiting Miss Xellle Owen on Saturdayand : Ilartram Field made a shipment ol night "1I.llerr, VVoduoMil.i., uioiiilug, Order uC ruMlcatloit
Ducks are showing: on the It. I. It. In Sunday.Mr tangerines last week ho time winter for their winter home at St l.uclo.. I'or Partition.

I FOR ALL KINDS:! O1T JOB PRINTING great numbers and big bags of them are and Mrs. Pierre were o it driving) woik In our village/ has commenood witha Kov. McCidl assisted by Rev Woodsou

remember the ADVOCATK office. being,: daily brought in by our localBpol.tllmen. on Monday and calling upon J. W. am rush. brought: the set,'IKS" of servlnns to a clone
-- --. Some deer and turkeys have last Sunday morning In the afleinoo rniruir rotjiiT OK TUB RZvKN'rlludlolnl
A. L. Uruner.Mm. As Mr.\ Canatta has decided to remain IN./
also been shot rinnilt/ of Klor.ilu In and fur lira
lieie this winter, liewent.dowutoGuorIfimina four were baptised oil' the Rlvervlew card (,"' '''t1.
Lotus. Jennie Sams and
little\ daughter
The sloop, Mattie II., Captain Sym the first of time week and brought; Hotel dunk A I lurgenoncoursuuf. peopl W'1I11nmIt.J.Oru .
May were visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. li. lOrdnrof fiiMU-nlloii
mond.4, owner l 18 on Hodgson's ways, Bower several days this week. up their piano. were piesent. VH f nn Hill fur
being: overhauled and painted. The Alwyt' K.: Holt ot al. ) 1'urlltlon.
Triirkers Mr and Mrs Dun Moarty! arrival
are needing rain badly. Able Illldreth Irt comfortably net' on
captain will also Insert new steering Miss Hattle tower went to ItockleHgo rim uongdalnnnthnvingstated l'> ''.. In tho swum
/ (Friday" night from their tour
tie wedding
lu Ids Indlanol.i with and
Mrs. Green has arrived home from n and a new rudder and also III on Tliumdiiy. afternoon of last week, for home Mr Mil I oruiimplnliiC, 01..11111"1 that the reidilamioot '
gear put .
I three III I'll. 1'1 vlllr, of Columbus, Ohio to look througli the westnrn ant'" 5u. This popular the il"r"n months visit to Chicago und New new toilet conveniences and washroom a visit of a few day with friends arid ,
I York ; a after und care for him. young/ couple were the' recipients of him I that thus residence! of the ilefen.lunt, Lewis
state. rel.Ulyos. beautiful It.iirdisWhmlpof.camawlul/ ) sml tutu the il_
The entertainment In aid of St. Johns Next Sunday meet Mr. great; many piesents! their fuli'liuiu rluirlim K, "e..",i>n unit rrancls J.iKH'kliiirn .
:Mrs.\ Carter and family of Tropic, Episcopal church will take place next A. Ij. Hrliner has finished the good. evening wo lit arrival here. lioili malls. ut Alontrtml oiimiilit. situ
and I Miss Maggie Campbell wore week at McMillan's\ hall. In the Inn. i mil very handsome heat house for. Herbert .Sandersons to King and enjoy their -- - -- that all of nalil iliirunilunts'' are allmli ponuu.

| visitors here this week. Posters will this Lee, of Kansas City anti Is now new piano, which they pjrohasud In A DlHiiHlrous Culniiilt.. Now, therefore. yon Alwyn C. Unit, Lewis. R.
duly announce pleas .
Jacksonville on tholr way down. frd. 'hnrl. li'. liinuioii and Kruiuils.''.''I'khllrn.
The Misses Ula, Nellie and Lottie ant event. An oyster supper In part of building[ house for Mrs. I'eiiclie.v, at It Is a disastrous ralamity, when yo ere rtiiilr: \ il to bill' of noinplalnt.
nyWlf: { II
the Anthony place While not church alai In thsenurt, :; :
Geiger were passengers to cocoa Tuesday the programme.: Ice cream, cake end! having many regular lose your health, bpcnuso IndIJl".tlull liirk's ..tll II. J. llnl ut thft I
| via Launch Mystic.A other good things will also be nerved Rush Helnisch of Newark, :M. J., arrived services our Hunday evenings are pints and constipation' have sapped It Iway.I'rulll"t tiny uf. Juniuiry A, ", IIMIII. on 1'jtli

few The evening will close' with a dance for tho (first of I last: week, and In. out anily and profitably spent at the var [ ,relief can l>" had In Dr, Klhg'aNew This <>nl..r will tin puliltiihiMl. oni-w n wmik for
I being tangerines and grapefruit are those who wish to remain to trip the hunting with A. li. Carter. On ::;""tur. Ions homes In singing sacred' music. Llfff ('ills. Thxy build up your dlKostlvH eight roliHHltitlvn. wi ,'kll ,In thin KAsr: .'(>Anr AlfVOCAIK

for the shipped to the northern markets light fantastic.' The committee In charge day they-anchoied their launch. in /Snug Mr and Mrs. Spriigui and daughter/ means, .and euro lieadacho/. ", dlninens /. ptilillKhoil atTltimvlllo, Vlorlilii.Tlm .

I Thanksgiving trade. are Misses Hodgson, llouner, &(McAllister i Harbor about eight o'clock, and lit Helen, of 'oluinbus.., Ohio have rented mil, o".nsllpnhJuu,010. Oiiaran |'ii.>rtllloli liiinl...il whlrh Is iliiftmlhml tlmrniniilslniiiit, UK' follow.ookll to have
Or. E. W Capron and daughter, Miss and Mis.: Harry Christian; with J. A. cloven o'clock they letutuod to Ming liar rooms of AI r. Hlldiuth und we hope' are toed at the Red Cross: Pharmacy; :2.;;>.,. A strip a.iI I uiinlim, wills. liiitWBnii. : this 1..cI. l of.
Jennie, arrived home last week, after a Gilbert as general manager. bor from their hunting .' uck, In their permanently settled for the winter, and 1 Hr. fI"... W. HolniMi on the north all.1 l Unit nt
I very pleasant North row boat to find their launch din thai tho eherinuI'' Mime ou the .""Ih. oxtumllnic frfl"o
summer gone, change' to warmer climate the Indian miser w.. Rov M. Meyer preached two excellent lien Past Sixty In Danger. ner and all. They make theIr WRY to m.iy be of gieat benefit to Mr. Mprnguo. Nothing to Adjust. NothIng Komi." to which, In jolnnil a plat In tin
the Hall place the bench rear liouinlMil, south Imui.
on arid staid| hy of Imrlns' >i. .lust
| "eimons here Sunday: both morning and More than half of mankind over sixty nil night. On !Sunday morning J\Ir\ Tn J. O. Homers of Columbus, arrived to Learn, Simply Shave ,eat hy: the:: slave Hlrlp unil hell,! or Its..,. W.
| evening, to large congregations List. week, and !Is getting" Ills, !house llnlinun I north hv luml at rhnrlim,, : I.. Nichols,
of suffer from kidney ROIl ten took them In his sail boat and then ALWAYS READY sml ,
years ago III order t went hy liiinlr.r' A If. Yul rush.hi l ei,ln g HIUInuiil -
for Mrs.
I n. Ronald and Sydney Williams of bladder disorders usually' enlargementof went launch hunting! They found I It !Someis early nrilval. f ALWAYS KEEN use iii strip' ..n-II""t iiillolnlnur' lib the rnuri
I ( > 'a and Itockledge were down Sun: prostate gland. This Is both painful safe and Hound, nose. aground, down niJlanyan The Improvements to the house add I III Huntlons Aililil II, or 'Towimllli| Ul H., UIIIIKU'
day. and with tho dinner table Mill much to Its comfort. Mr. Sorners will f SAVES TIME ail 11't:; mill uonlHlnliiLr: IS.II iu -ooklng over Mr. Jionald's grove and dangerous' l-'oley's Kidney Cure net 1 Al sniiili hive ((11) acres tit the Houtliwimt' ';
Quite should be taken at the II rut sign of danger us nicely as when they left It tIlt mornng also build n now packing house I as loouus MONEY nd 1 Ji! Guy that I>r this HotithiiaHt: X of Muutlnn ai.I Townnlilp B
a number from Tropic and I as it corrects Irregularities and has cured before. How the launch: ever got to can get the lumber. TEMPER Kuiiuv !841 K., .sold. a strip one roil wlilu: a.nit'
Hrantley gathered at the home of M r. ---- the south slime, irai't. Inns tlm lend
I1 l'eo | twenty-iifth nay Burnett Rock Port, Mo., writes : "1 on that sandy spot, with no damage to that is not only a llrnvsnl l Bounty, KlorlilH.iNmn .
"!.11'1'111. birthday of Mr. A. E. Pen- suffered with enlarged! prostate gland the launch, although the wind wits. blowog This Is to certify that all druggists. and iinli
and! kidney trouble for years and after a small Kile, will always romaln .n auiliorl/nd to refund your money If safety but a razor villa.ham.. ,/ triorl.lu. tliUllui day' .Notsmher, A, ...

Mrs Miller, mother of oar popular: taking; two bottles of Koloy's Kidney mystery. In some way the anchor rope Koley's !Honey and Tar falls to cure your (.Heal. of ot. ft.) A. HTKWART,.
J teacher came up from Eden Saturday, Cure I feel I better than I have for twenty got uncleated, sad away she went like cough or cold! It stop" the cough and The i>l..rk IIlrn"lt """ro.
I and spent a couple of days here. :She: years although I am now 91 years old." a thing of life it bring to mind the leals the lungs. Prevents pneumonia. qIp 3-' ItO A. Stewart, li..|>uty clerk,

1 was much pleased. with this section Sold by the Red Cross Pharmacy advice given to tou lists and heaters a and will euro Incipient consumption.Contains -_.-.
quarter of a century ago, before we had! no oul:Uos and Is safest. for

rallroajn or _steamboats! before they children. Ask for Kolej's Honey and PINEAPPLE
si"fleFtfil'f......'fieJF f'f... fit1f'f .'wtf....'f......M.mfrl... f1'ltiee started on a trip don the river; It was' Tar and Insist. upon- having It. Stops ColettecSji

... .5. I this : "Always salt your hominy<.J 8U' he cough and heels list longs; Hold by

*.... Mr. Stewart, of our :Melbourne office, : r cutely tie your boat." the fled Cross Pharmacy CIIATES
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...... is!' creating our i ... :11111' UureaKonRblclle" IIIKV.tltlt C4II/NTV TltKAtUKKIt't,
: .. ... III often as great an woman' But Thou. 8TATKMKNT.Nor. : WRAPS
S.i Austin, Mgr. of the "ICepublioan" of lot, 100,1.liui / .

FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Leaven worth, In T i when he refused to allow the doctors to ruuoiTail m haft 1'tuA.\ I.:IIIHUToiitl \ and

*s operate on his wife, for female trouble, . 1 5,2i51 ei
.*. -<< Instead," he says. "we conclndatl to try Gee wurmnn paid Inhurt I'JOA
Electric Hi Item. My wife was then and IIver..1' t<> d>iincr iniiiiiHnlon This razor hat
and be -<< so ,
: the of the
to meet genuine wants people
er.a'hltt.,1| | ll she could solved lli for
.a. I .5 sick hardly leave her bed, and *ihaving problem every
... now claims to have the most complete line of : five [5J j physicians had f.illed to relieve H..Unc* un hand No. ... l I.t, lie)!?,. ,1 5.21259 man. Though but a new iav"ntion. it
: -<< her. After taking Klec-rlo Vlttnm! .1 li,.. .KM already attained enormous popu.

... I ? WAS perfectly cured, and cao now. perform Aivirsi BALAKCC' is nrD AS ro..owl: artily MOUm THAN :lOo.ono.ULD --: -x- >: -
House Furnishings the river all her household iluile*." iitaran-, Iu .cl In Iinlian. /. 11I..r atste tum The
ever seen on flank Jl'IRI'IT YKAII.:
: : ...*. ..
___ .. red br the Real l Cniss. Pharmacy '1'Ittsvine as \per < a iii 'tII"8..t- in tits
ecret u W
Arc II
.s ta.heu: t<> monthly ruport. Las "li"uk DI.AUKM. THK
... I 4< KU. Price Ado. uit In :.. .; ,2I259 which He AN THIN AH PA VEIL and "IIOND" CKATK.:

I You hue of Angle Lamps ? << "L.UfCltll KLoiioi.in: TO **<'H rain AH rot.IX harper than any other razof. Each blade nEST QUALITY WIeU'S.CJoItS'l' .
: beud..! : Dade County f..aiul I'or H.ilo. >WSI will, /give from twenty forty ihave. One
County.. ItflYitnuOmieriti Kiiml t alt l IW doze blades an good fora July than : ( COATED NAILS.
s r Po.ad l ami . .
I KrlI"u".1 3M 04
Some call them Write IU For sale, cheap the northeast quarter .., ....lhUnl( Kim.I ... 7mKin \ for a liear.THIRTY ben our swmples and get our prices before -
: I people Angel Limps. .5I : of Hontuewiil quarter of section 3, township .anil irorffllcarti Fund .. .. 4,:1111 Tl IH I I I DAYS' TRIAL FREE.: B KW buynr.'e! want orders.
as south fit ....11011'/ rlfvxmr. fiiii-l. 1"" TM / sic act lh.fi' MtulinJ will ,. your
and will tell the on Mr. Rockefeller. :: range; -II east; clone to .. I i, w |i yeW
we Joke R< l .
I you |.- .m ruail. N w ll t. Y".1 t I' Kl money bock gladly.Tdplealws Write. us at Eau Oallie
O.C.Vooj'! pineapple .. .. ..
plantation onSt 2.. .. .
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-- - .. ilh 12 bUiU |5 00)
Lucia River 40 n w e a . . .. .
; acres.
G.me War.l im rend 8'4'14// feu. btadrx.;pot dwr. > .OQ
W FEE & STEWART COMPANY ffiv i Also, the northeast quarter or north' Prortr of 1)eeeaasu |>r*>m* Funii . >( -x- -:-(
east quarter of section 18, township. 3d, ,:aunty IWb.J.-.1) ruml, Red Cross Pharmacy
joth of rang 41 ...too oath fork ofSt. p..:/lal Tax Hrhuul I'S.;. Ho. I. .. .. 71 M
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: Melbourne and Fort Pierce. :: Lucie Hirer; 40 crs Apply tCHA. :2. . 12371 Tltasvlile Fla. EAST COAST LUMBER &: SUPPLY C0.
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WALTON, Total . ..-.1:1: .
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SUCCESS \" 1 ALFALFA. boon uuilerstooil. tie B6 l ultermllk/ Florida East Coast

,- would available fur a number of Railway

I/!/ II r ..ur".h.I"I'" I':" ,,,,' ..nrc" A Wny. toref
S < u UIMI.I M!iii.l. tcrmlllc la seldom below 12::! writs a gallon ( 'i Ai

r Tlio i>onl; ..:"'ty
I plant: I'onllmiPH td (,".o.and \>"o Hill')- gallon. It may well 1 bo asked, how so n, 'y ? rN

+ ult below our "M;1 crlcnoo, with It
) I fug the pint yea, 1,',u.ir "wjiiill U.M-IS. little butter Is made. The answer N" Yee'- r'- h' NOHTH BOUNO -READ UPI .

t'' ; '' i were pleated i> 111 Hit spring of 1.)(;1. that practically nil of this buttermilkb Jj7)y it\ rsr No. DO No. :20 STATIONS :s.7H s:us' ----=

embracing; four HCIOS lu nil. loon simply skim milk allowed to sour Icf, Dall,1 1),11.1 Ulllly l'nll1
h1 4 i' 04 al .f\tllnds! were secured lu ovary.( : lUKtauci and then churned for a few minutes. kS 6 oe j; 91R\ a L. ...,............Jm'Nennvllln................. Ar -U:; ; j, -;-'
g: I Jinil still lonitlu 0:1: t l-.vjof !ic/'t-/ !:: : Sometime! customers! demand a few el4ie s : 4 Np '' 107 I' 9 408 a" ....._.....1:1.:'.. Jtukxenv111o............. Lv 6 AI I' H t.''I"
1U 10 66 a" ...............Bt. ..... .. n
,, ' I' AnlCu.tw. .......... 6 eu ,
it l ; The flrnt j>l.it l Is ii r. 'ff p:." el .' KiannloM( of butter (an an evidence of 663p 1131a" ..................Hu.taigs. ................. 40 M..p f 7 ''I u
)I 3cy noil. It \vm In cni, and .1 ::.i', : ..i goud faith and this Ii met by illuming: O T 10 P 1.1 60 a .,............ X..t P..I..k" ............... 4 81.p.i. .. J-t U I.I;

ill 9 86 7215 Ar .....................Pn'ntk.' ... ........... -'
M1 I grass lyiKl.)' On'liK! Co f the ;.! 1' i : u very Hiniill portion of t '1 P .' tI 40' p 11 2. a Lv ......................Pnlntk.. ................. AI''l 6 00 I' 6 .'. .I w"
amount of wliilkx. : from thus 1'\101. "
a glass J.ir, allowing; the butter granulesto '0 96 00 i j; Ar ..............._.R.an lleU.o........,.......... I.v -2-10 =;
{ crop anil I tho very bad |I.ISSlcuI:' : .,.1 como very tine and, putting;: this butter : C _910 p 80) .. Ly ..................Ban antl.n, ............,...., Ar _H_15.p p _7 '..11 b n

} litlou of llio null It v\ii: 11otg/ T In. ii' .... Into the churnel( pillk 'I he deeop- 7 110 19 P Lv ..................... Naga ..................... Lv 37p, :. Qe
', 4 feetoiultiuii! lii'foro 03, I' 111407 "p .. ....,............., BUI1wll. .................. .. 8 H I' r a'i M
iilimtliiK. Still n tlwi Bci'iiM( to answer all roijinrcnicnli i ". 810 I 32 In I' to. .....................DuVant................... .. 337"I ril' "
t I good, atnml mi 14t'1'alt" fil.1 l '1'I1I'e. i l.p.'.: ]Itiitlcrnnll k fi-jni I.IJ ii 'net1 cream Is Bim- 0\ 8 401 I I 90 I' ........... ........ h'mnmJ .......,.."...,.. .. .1 t 111 m.I 4 .'U I" ":
cutting' of luyi'ie, HI'C'\II'I..I! ilu .... 0tr 0\ 8 68 I' I 80 p" ....................Dnyt..n.................... to 8 00 I' 40 17 b
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I (ply the 11 ;:: i nlk: : froi.ili.ili: the fat a 9 040 I' I 61 p" ...............Pore Orange................. .. 7 00 p I 4 0 u .
the Hummer, iiinounlliiK to about tv IIIIM been I 1'11,,)",' 4 16 "u, _,

ton of ilold I'll!'('u 1111 ni-rc i I.: I''I aL: .> ;.... :.> .ijur I I.".: ),'e ii.., \.ui; ; C 1o 1 r t -o1 Ar ..................La4aHelxn........,......... Lv 12 46 ,,,1-1-\1-1' \'l .0
O 1089 a II 00 P .............. .Or..nll" City ?..,.......,,... IJ s. 6 I ,
,4 M linlf. TIi > Htiinil I I" Htlll a
I a < good will' Jie fit 111111'11"11: 'the! rli'ru tiV, or i'muI c 10 4a a 4. 00 I to .........Or..nlfo City Jun"tI..n.,,....,. .. 19. 3I 1'1 t, I

1 tr : t, I the exception of u Hinnll nri'ii. In ont clillilll.ot\ fie!I buttermilk not n bit to-... 86\ \I 46 I' Lv-..........New stn rnu................. Lv 2 U I' -!40 ,,; I. I?4
9 11 corner, where( the 1"1111111! "Moll' tented: There uiiij, be :,, )l1J'! d.ri.jl; in to thopropriety .- 10 00 I'I IH P ...._..........o..1t JUII.................. .. I 0' ,p .1 au n'' ;:j
1 I t into the Mil this, 108\11'\ 8 80 I Ar ... .............. T'tu..vllio .........,........ s I 16 I' 8 00 'n 1 7
Hey. On rrnli
1 I'jl.1'1 of ci'llliiK t the l piotliut' ( butte-r- c -Y W-a .... ....... Ar ................... 8..nf"r,1 .... ..........? Lv 1U 00 a 1u uU tII
; I made ls! fIq'Onrn11e] } early In the HsOh. (!.i-! milk but: ID ail In:CUM :i mat. purposes It o ............ ,!O.JIU a L9 ................... Sanford .................. Ar U ((0 nf'
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f 1 t and, the alfalfa never uniontitcd 1ianything. Is uuUul' Jlll.-C. i F. j i 'I 011th., . Four Sailings Each Week. . 1089) I' 880 p Lv.. ..._,........... Tnuevllie ,,................ I.v 1151I 00 '' o
. Dually dying! out almost !WI 11 IS P 40 09 P ..._........... .Ccon. ... ............. .. 12 81 I" 2 1\0'\ "I ::
( ... to ... _........? Raoklodgn.. .. 3H
t'' II U I' 40 18 I' .,,....."._ 121ito) s "I" .
tc; coniplottlj To Cure a Cold in One Hay v II 63 I' 4. 400 P ......E"., Oallle................ to 11 iii n 14i""
(r Another small BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. U a 00.. 40 Up" ..................lIlolbou rno..............?. .. 11 4i" 1:11":
'j are of black: (prairie[ ) Take LAXATIVE Bitovo QUININE Tab. 12 III R 0 87 P to ..,.,_........ Sebn..tlan/ ,,........'".... to II.., a 1J '.l 3
EIr ..j hill land vim' plantrtl. t tliu same time 1 89 a 6I\ P .. '.__...........8" Larne........... ..._. .. 1t) U.. IJ O<,1 a n _.
', l and lilch the lets DiugglHts! refund tho money If it Calling: at Charleston, S. C., both ways) I 60 a 6 43 P .. .?_..........Fort Plerc.................. 10 1'0' u, i 11 I =
on n ittiiiid is .. 1
I y t !oUlI.! The falls E.V. Grove's C 2 U a 7 0" p ..??....,,......" 'l'lhba'lI .................? '. 9 lill n II t :iJ tII
other two j pints, were of a Handy Ion in to cure. IIlgnl1tul'eIn The Finest in the Coastwise Service .;::: 2 3" 7 12 P ... ....._............. Eden .................... .. 9 26 n( II 1< I I
t4 + texture and had little ] each box. 2"jc. Ked Cross Phaimacy. Steamships 2 23 a T 11 p ....._.. ....... Jensen. ....._.".. ... 9 Pl n ii 13 N
} t very cultivation ca 2 S\l\ II 7 28 p to ..................... 8tuRn................?.. 911.l .' II l ill I
e the pipviom i I year. Om! of those win The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ca 8 nit a 7 alt P .. ....,.........Hobo Sound ?...... ....... 8 U n I III 3'1' 1 I IQ
4I in perfect condition when Neat .n..n". For Cnonnher.. -: 827 a 8 11 P ." ...._........We.t Jupiter.. .._......... .. 82' a III I""
plnntoil, 011.1tbe .\ Direct feoivlde Between U') 40 040 a 8 61 p ..........WesD Palm n..nch........... 7 4s \' 4:,. I"' tJ 1
} i mill came up right away, but tho neiit( mnnnor of picking; line ours .82.. "I p" .................._Doynton ................ ? 7 \III) I nl' 9 I' p'"P =
t ,( a I i I crab grnMu jiimalfl......_ .. ..).,. It and #.!,*v. nil..*..if..- maim In I IHIXCM, ';; '' ,In, shown In the cut Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points.Hoiith 4'1' 40 U aI\ 2R P .to. ........ ........ .IelrRy........ ........ .. .... 7 IU n, "tH i; j I I" C.
i I H. ca II 81 a 10 U I' ........ ...ForD, L"ud"rd"I.. .. 6 1i 1> II 1;
/ fa Hoon HoU. The Hiimo result nttondeil I I I Calling at Charleston H. 0. both ) :'j': II d6 a 1030"" to ......... ."... ])..nl.. ........,........... ?. 6 111 "I 1 II 06 I j,
the fourth pili t. ( ways 6 6S a 1(1( *2" ....._..........Il nllnndale.............. .. 6 M 7 n. V
SE.MI-WEEKLY SAILINGS: ::s 8 2a II (1 P .. ............._Lomnn city ............... .. II r/ al) 7 T I J' .Oo
The llrst two i platy> were planted 'a1v"{ b"1 T bound. ... ..... . ... .... .... .. ... .,. ... . . .. . .. ... .. ... ..... ..from Lewis. Wharf RostonNorthlmund I CO ease 1116 P Ar ....................Miami.................... I.v 6 2a n, 7 'J:' I
... . . . . .. .. . . ... ... . . . ., from foot of Cntherlua' Street Jaukaouvllle _iDas. I
r ( I'ph. 27, the! third March ]0 nnd the _. .

a. ; ( Inutprll 2. The we'd In every :In- nO:1IESTEAn: F.XTENSION 1)nll e.: 'I
: St. Johns River Line. Sunn .
ii tnnri was. luoruliiteil with iniitprlilfurnlHlicd I .v Clyde hue.T I
by the t'nltccl; States / of uerlculttiio. On the stiller BETWEKX JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 1080 a.............. Ar ..................nome..t"...._........... Lv............ I 001 l lvn

i ;i XI Iy, cliurnoter of Hull, where crab gratis N q ,w 1, l't'i' qEIlI. Stopping) at I'alatka Astor St. FranolH, Berenfonl (IeLanil), and intermediate lao ?
not HO very tloiiblomiiiio, \\ N o. AS n: 20 n ':'!
:" l "FILE j'J\: DcUAUY'. Nnn Nun' n.ally t:,.. llItANCI I .
P f i ii no dlllloulty lu Retting i ill fulfilIlslicd (>Htllb. rwv r : "CITY JACKSONVILLE: iui Only Olll.r: 111111. 1)1&111' Nniy. 11..11)
liu the follow Leave Jacksonville Handily, Tiiomlav and Thursdaysat
<\ Holl Is 1 well pr"1ulretl In apunlnteil to nail on t - - -

n rf Y I before planting, but on soil of n sundv FINK: ClCUMUBlta IN liOXKH.TheHu 3..IO: p. 111. Returning,unit to'r 'II'Y'leave at Sanford v::;JO..., Mondays m. WeUne, .du>'. 700p 1010 a 8 011 JI 8 20 R LY ......,.J..ksonvlll...,.... Ar 7 43 n 12 80 I' -s n -t 1...
08 10 IS 6 Oa S 2s Ar .....8n. JackMnnvi110..,. Lv '. .
loam II I'' a P a 181 II 12 2J I' "
or nntiirn the juoHtlou 1 I" much pinttcular ones, pictured by NnrtliIlouuUlieail .. ....... . I
$ ,"?I1th-Houn,1, \3401' 111 e0 R S 400 P 839. .P"blo Naeh. ,... 7 on R II nil u( I ""J I I
!)I k harder to Hoh',!. TIle HiicceHsful KIOAVing ?sew En "'IIII..1 U 011I s"' 'mid<< are said to !{Bali down. 8CHLUULK.Jacksonville' lieail 1 1I. \216 I' 10 66 a S 4& I' 9 040 R .to. ......AtlnntJo B."h...... .. 7 00 a 'J 4t n( ,110. 1 ..

t I of alfulfa on Much soils niUHt bodetwmlnptl hme been II'own111111' glass and fertilized leave 3 3D, p. ,In. . . . ... .. ..:: . . . . . .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. Arrive II on a. ni. 8 00 P 11 10.. 7 00 p 9 20 a ..... Mayport........... 8a a 1180 a, au I''
tl ' l Leave 8 4.1 m .... ... . .. .. . .......Ilatku . . .. .. .. ... . .... . leave 8 CO )p. in.
by> some niotliod that will 1 1if by tires They were !sent to Leave 31.'a.III.' .., .. . ... . . .. . . . . ARt..r . . . .. . . ... . . f..eave 1 3fI'.1U.
if ( effectually Hiibdne c-rnb! genes, the New Ycuk market and have Leave 4 JO a. in. ... .... ... .. .. . .. Nt. Francis' . .. .. ... . .. . .. . halve' 2 (Ml ,p. Ill PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS:; AT Ml.1iu.
"ly \ Leave . .. . .. .. ... . .lIer".lur,1, (O..I"ull) . . . .. ... .. .. ......LnuveLeave 111(1)( )p. HI.B .
), J\Ye \voyld miKKoHt H method that we brought tho grower an high 11.1 $2 per Arrive 830a.m... . .... ... .... .. ... . Hunfonl . .. . . .. ... . .. .. . .to a. ....
believe of trial. .... .. ... .. .. .... ....... .....Leave 10Na.ut.(
worthy Apply a good dozen in in kin Inter.llun Arrive 10:UU a. in. .. .. ... .. .. . .... Ellurprl"o. Close Connection Made at MiamI with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For

'i dresHlng of stable! manure to the land Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 122, W. Bay St.. Jacksonville.
ll r'' : In the fiprliiK and plunt In (cotton giving HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
tr the laud thorough nnd olciin cultivation. \ ! I A Kyndlciite, of lunilonneis, In the W n. COortB.!: Jr., Ixxial, Krt.Aitt. ..Ja..k..nvtlO.\ !. P. I''VELL. Biiperlntniident I ': _
As Moon IIH the( rolton Is g thored tfaoti Hogan Bt, JackHonvllle.. Kla.
I t.1 i! K 11the full cllt'tll or remove the New Jersey count towns bus employedn A.O. VOtRfT: (en'l Kiwt'n l-amt. Art., New YorK CLYDR Mir.XB':, Oen. Frt. A>tt: ., New York. These. Time TabTon! ahowthn times. at which train. may bo expi'ctml" to IIrrl1. m(' u: ,il I Ira".
'I'I' p lli-ni of .NewuiIt (N. J.) lawyers to TIIKO. U. FOB. Oeneral Managnr. WM. CI.VHK CO.. General AKents.broUKb from the several etntlons, but th,,lr arrival" or departure at tho timeR atatml. ,. i u KI" rn wd
i stalks timid suliHull' the land. Allow It ,,".. lliilldinic. lit State St., Opposite aatteryl'ark. New York. nor'15 mis Company to be hold reaponnlblo for any dvlayaor any conaequouui...ai lalni; tit :,lam'"
44 t. n 1k to stand rough UiroiiKh the following draft, for prenentatlon to the next leg (1. 11._ WAI/roV. Atrniit. Tltimvllle.. Fla.
Islaturo, u bill looking to the construction a.
winter upd, the seed
I II'' prepare : !bed InFebruary -- -
ly n j or March when the land U of n boulevard, along the whole -- - -- - ----- - - -- For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

.I In proper voudltlon<< with some light sea front of the state from tho Atlantic "SEE THE "
tpq t i'M implement, giving! it only shallow tlll- Highland to Capo May, says n Atlantic Coast Line AGENT.
' ; Newark dispatch to the Philadelphia R'y.The
h ii agt' Hare the set Inoculated and I'rt'SH. The plan Is to have the great J. D. RAHNER, Asst. QenM Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
(J plant nu early In March im weather
conditions enterprise undertaken by the state.
y will permit. Effective June :3, 1005.; The !schedule figures for the Maport' Branch nml
II of tickets
8 la the That will obviate the obstacles some Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion
September beat time to
hF HOW the coast towns are dlHposud to throwIn Homestead Extension, IIH shown on above time-table, him been dunged, uiilitlonal
I' gala Tue i1nys and Thursdays In November.
h ; the seed, but wo do not have on tbe on
li l 1 I Its WII)'. Most of the coast places trains being put Into see I vice between Jacksonville nod Msiypoit, and tIle service
: average more than one year In five
when there la sufficient moisture In have ocean drives of their own. It TO 'ru B KAST. between 1\1 l liiini and homestead, being reduced to one train a day; each way !Icivlnjt

will only lie necessary to link these Charleston Richmond and Washington, thencevia I and leave Homestead 1 Ml.imi: :J J.I; Kip' ,. ra
} the ground to enable one to prepare Over Its own rails to Savannah Miami !8:! u. m., reluming p. m., arriving

fi the soil and plant at that time. Sow to have !something like n continuousocean tho Pennsylvania Kallroad. For correct schedule see any Agent; of the F E. C. Ky., or for .pocket timecard -
boulevard. The !state will have
lj a In all: cnapft nbout twenty-flve pounds! address the A. O P. A.Southern.
/I to till In the It the boulevard
". gups. TO TIIIJ AVKST.The .
of good HP 'C! per ncre The cultivation
dl / should be) built It will !bo 100 miles Louluvlllo & Nashville, via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio R. K.
given the Roll ahould be frequent

tl , enough to keep down all Brans and long-the most extensive seaside drive
+ weeds and to prevent n crust forming in the world. TO TILE EAST VIA STIJAAISIIIP. Railway

r' .' I l In the field-College Station Mississippi. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York, Phlladeldhla, Boston
Via Norfolk Steamer to New YOlk, Washington and Haiti morn. Via Savannah

and Merchants' and Miners'! Transporttalon Company for llaltl-
------ .
j more and Philadelphia.TO .

fi 4I Rml Fence "o.t. II I Two Vestibule' Tralne E llt. No. 3-11 No. 20 NORTH ASD tvi wr. "
} I have used for several years! homemade Every ,
t KEY WEST AND IIA Y ANA. I.v Jackaonvllle .. . 80lly D 'fun 7 /sap Lv Jacksonville. 'Ia. . It '
; Iron fence posts (for end pasta) .. .. .. . . . .. . . .
Occidental Steamship Company LvJeaup.. .... . .. ... tl4uit''' 104111' Lv.1esup(14." Ip1
: that Rive entire! sutlnfuctlon. I use. Via Peninsular A LvSavannah.. ... .... .. .. .". I IPap: I 12 In.. Arl\'acnn.U"' .. .. .. ... .. . s
; old ----- -- Ar.ohllnbl", ... . .. ... .. " 8MI' calla Ar At adtnlit.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ;.
''I I II ) buggy or wagon axles Three nicies! Two MinutesPhysicians Jacksonvilleforall Points, Ar CII..rlolle.... .. ... . . 10 Zap I1Ma Ar linnlo. (ia.. .. . .. . bArUaurille
: } will make two posts by cutting one Connection Made at ArOreenhllro..... . .. .. .. " I tan 12: alp Arllt.lt..n.Oa., ... .... . . 4k:
( In two and welding end each of ... .... . .. .... " 221a 11'01'' Ar4'hatl..nnlllCa.Tenn... . . ; '
an Jt"
. .. . .. q, 5 '
F the other two. The guard bar of anT MIL.KAGR TICKIJTS. --Richmond- ... .. .. .. u u _-8/111a/ 8:I) Arlnolnlll.tl.O ArI"h'lItnnKy .. ... . .. 8'YArlwnehhurg. .'."

t tell us that all Interchangeable; mileage tickets good over 13,000 miles of among tho principal ( harlattnnvtlle.\: .. ::::::.: :: :u": :: a 494a Ise --"J ii lop; L.tenutnuatl; . U. ......... ... .. .. .. ....I!' .. 'r : .t'MAr la'

the blood in a healthy railroads In the southern states, me on Hale by the principal agents. Ar'V..hlnjtton . .... .. ... " n tuna a M'i' ArII..ojto.IIJ.. _- ". p
Ar lIa'tllll"r8.' " 1111111' 11 Pap Lvt..clllnlLlt.O.: .... ... . I"' I.I' '
human body passes throughthe For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write Ar West I'htladclphla.' .. ...,, .. 14.\1' :2 asp\ ArIII."jto.III.; ..... . .. ''"

FRANK C. BOYLSTON-: P.WS. ARt.; W. STARK, Tra.. Pass. Agt. Ar New York . .. .. " .4hip: aa'a: vCincinnati. U.- Cii 0 .41E',aci
+ heart once in two -- . .. .... .. .. M.uNo. a
every Astor Building JACKSONVILLE FLA.. AI'' ('hlcRIIO.: III. .
jI jIl 1.J8: Went Day St., ;, "
and Florida'
M-"New york
minutes. If this action becomes W. J. CRAIG Geu'l. Pass. Agent. Expre. Lv (1IICh..I1I1. 0. .. ... ...---r-II. '' tip
IL M. EMERSON, Traffic Manager. Daily Pullman. OrnwllllC ItoomSleeping' Car 1'0rt ArTnledn' (1 .. .... . .. .. .
M whole WILMINGTON. Tampa and Jackaonvlllo to Yew York. Arlretrolt' 1\11..11. ... .. . .. . l I' 'I
irregular the - -- -- - - -- -- -- and Florida Limited;' ... ... . .. 1''" .".:, ,..I p1I..lIy
- -- -- I.v t utclnnntt,4) ....
body suffers. Poor health C.2 Jack.onvlI..toNowYurk.1'1I1I".n. IIr..wlnlt Room 81col'IIIg Car. Ar'lttMbnrr.I'a.! .. .. . ..

= -- Cincinnati. U.... .. . . . lit.' 4'e
l t A, follows poor blood ; Scott'sEmulsion E EJ. .J] t <> W Through" "TILE LAND OF TilE SIy" I'No. 30 Ar'lpv..lnM.n... IeI.v yt

I I makes the blood Lv l.eximt"u, ''iy. 'v
.. .
-sa rw. .
4 ( t .Jack.o' vllle. "a .... . . .. .Sn. Ry 7Mp Arl.ntievlliuKy. ... .. . xLV
HOMEMADE ales rose pure. One reason why AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Savannah Oa .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . " l9 11\11 ArRt.I.ouIR. Mn.. . .. .
ArColnmhlaS.C' ... . . .. .... .. .: :: s "0n.' Arnnnlxton. AI.... .. . .. Ms
old binder makes an excellent end poet Ar Aoevillu) N. C..... ... .. . .. .. 1/111"/ "i' ArUlrmll1l1ba", Ala . .. I G
1 b ArllotSpriugr.Y.C! .. .. ... .. . :: \131' ArMemphuTenn.' :... .. P'rlO'' 'yr
t Such things obould never bo sold as Arhnnxvllle'l'ens, . .. . .... .. .. Ntip'. ArKall.olll.lty.J\lo.. .. . .
SCOTT'SEMULSION .. .. . ... .. .. .. .. . . a 110'' --- -- c
Ohio Ar I.un..lllo.
Junk, imys! an Farmer correspondent CAMDEN SOUTHERN PINES RICHMOND .. .. ,
4 SAVANNAH, COLUMBIA .... ... " elms'hl" Te"u. 9 iArClnclnnntl,0.
ArSt Unria! ... .. ...... .. . 4 twill/ .. ....
f i1'1 yl lly\ fastening a piece of timber BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK, .. .. ... . . ... Il."O" slat, HotHpringsArk. .
,;f to tilt end of the post and running WASHINGTON, Nn IJ-"Th.: Flnr"' Lhnltrd Pan Flid:I
-- braces to'the Nn. M-nntly( 11Iilmnn' nrawlntt R..n and ,hats rnnrna,, ,I itdMHuantSlorping
tlt 4 / bock ( piece of timber it ve.Uhhle mthroa, "locIIlO".
Car between Jackallnvilia and \ (
lIvl II e t.
SI""I'I/.II' Car.. "
i makes n very Rolld affair. The timber . Two Elegant Trains Dally . Cln.'ntu.tt.' DmwingRo"m. .Nler"",a ('Ir
No. IJ-I'nllman
is such a aid is because : \I.IIP, btoh..tw..n
t should be burled well down near great cknmvale IlIr"IIIII", ,

o tour feet, and rocks piled on It, anil it passes so quickly into Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. Excellent, Dining Car Service Kansas City and Colorado. 1'1.1111 _

1 b > you have a post that will not give and the blood. It is partly digested ,
e cannot heave up.

4Ai I IYI before it enters the MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT.O [ From New York Wanhington eto-No. 20, "Wanhlngton; and Florida. Limited .. "tOaD"lm!

YI I l.nriro Requirement of Olerr.Celery stomach ; a double advantage From New York. Waahingtonetcor,3. : "Wa lungton and Florlila ExpreM1 n."
Jacksonville to New Orleans. From Cincinnati AnhevlllB, etc-Xo 29, "Wosliinnton and Florida.. Limited
Through Sleepers
growl best In 1Boll of high in this. Less work N LY LI N E Operating Dally ; . minS.
: From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta etc.-Tso. 14, "Florida Limited".. . .
v humus content la a great user of water
for the stomach --- -----
I' and large consumer of plant toot! ; quickerand For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent
c. L'US I I>1st. Pass. Agf.,
Quality Buneia Avhou there In a lack of more direct benefits.To Seaboard, or write ,
k I ample food and drink the crisp and the 108 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FIt.:

sweet qualities, giving way to string! get greatest amountof A. O. l>MACDONELL.. Oen. Pass. Allt. S. C. BOYLSTON', Pass. Agt. ," ',

: ness, and bitterness.Sonthern good with the least pos- 6 JACKSONVILLE.: }'J.OIUD.FOLEY'S .\. S. 1C. IU RD WICK,1.T. M., Wa.hln ton, n. C.<..W. 1C. TA\'LOE. D.:P. A. WanhinciiRKOOKa """'

t +C' jI sible effort is the desire of :MURGAX A. O. P. A.. Atlanta. Oa.

I, }. 't I N' !! lliiltermlllc Trade everyone in poor health. !BO YEARS' -

jh 'i Ice cioiuu and buttermilk im two Scott's Emulsion does just EXPERIENCE r

t I I dairy products in which a Aery heavy that. A change for the
a business I N dont In the south excejtt hi

the I1K"I"I'Ilpl)1'alllt'y! IItu h.... Tills 1 U better takes place even before ra

t very likely due to climatic (conditions you expect it. KIDNEY CURE Visiting Cards and Invitations

# + n.* lu hot ucatlicr I the human: 1I'lIlt"1lcrn"s

p !sr jFt the iicM of buttermilk.It We will tend you TRADE; MARKS
free. Will of Kidneyor
ample euro any
'r Is: likely that UK much so called DIESIGNSCO"YRIGHT.
Bo aura that thU Bladder disease that is not
+ buttermilk H coii-mtniHl. in oho njntli . . Ac.
picture in the form ofa tho reach of medicine. Anvnne.endtna! pketrfi end d'eceipttnn' mnyqulclily
as whole sweet! uilik. .\ person uu.trnialutod label U the beyond Kaoertnin our otinu free whether anlnv
on wrap .. ... ..
m ntlnn t pr*.b.bly pil iitMhl Communes.ttun..trtctlennddeutlel. '
,'r ( with the true coiulltlon co'iM: l GIVEN UP TO DI[.
:m ;, O per of every bottle) of . HANDBOOK on H.l.nL.
h hardly realise the great deniund for Emulsion B. Bplousl. 1204 N. YtrslnU, Xvnvfll. Bent fra. <>l le t nif(iif y for pwourinir .'=.. -PRINTED AT-
r7 you buy : ..
t' Io. :,write*i 'Foro.ertouryeaniwa.tndble.iwith Patent taken ttirouirh Munn A Co.
I this! priMlnot The writer oat In the ofttco a kidney and bladder ttectioa. I lost Ue band 9ptrt(|4;., without tf bury e, la tbe
+ &
1E 4t of u city dairy: In one oC the smaller wa enable to work. Three phy.tetanefailed Scientific
1 Jimcrican.
1 chemists to help mo sad I wu.iysa ap to die Foler
: Ii dUel of N'jilli Carolina and watched : and the aria
$ I Kidney Care was rMommended
409 Pearl St., N. Y. relief and after Ukln 'heooadbottl A .n"ROmeIY Iltu'ereed ......1<'''1'. Tarnst kip.culaUon .
,i, Iran a steady stream of onttmiers tiling, hi. bottle 1 save me area'.. oared." of any iHientld' lournaU Terms. $3 a
+ 1. 50 r..wuI..o I w enurelj years four month4L Sold by all ".w d* 'I len.
and nine out of tea with OFFICE
,m J :i the purpose' of every jjJUIurf: buttermilk came ,4 AU 4ra|.1... Two ai*.. 50 Cents and f...00If. MUNN & Co.9o1Br.adr.y.. New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

hough the proprietor sold that It, had .,
i l

'4 IN

i 4

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.1 JACKSONVILLE.: ';'--..----.---"., are still\ In mourning." rrE3E::
"Itow did yon like the lady of the .

4 I' 'PJ BY A 1 house?" ", ..k'tlrl: ,,.
"She seemed a very fine woman but
West and Cedar
Just' n trifle common. I thought she
,. I spoke with: a slightly foreign accent,

American plan. Centrally loc.itcd.! Just built but I may tutee been ml"llI kell. !She':

,.. J. KNIGHT ADKIN 1II'm''I1'I':\" anxious to get rid. of the
\, ed this season. Fine cooking and good; tnblu. Hot and f pe.irK: snld they 'always brought I her SELFLOCKINGIK

Baths, Elevator etc. Five minutes from any wharf or iKlit l ism.1).) by 1'.1. J K- Ailklu < bad hoc or some such' roollshiuvis. unit

...................N......Y........,t so we cMK-huled the IHII' nlll, Mr
i set the door. Rates $?!., #2.r 0 I then,
e oars pass : to > per day. Iluri'lngton: !;: promNtsl' to bilnn
\ yes. 1 nut perfectly willing\ to ; around at noon and ['11\ "ntve hint the
S.rs. A. J. WALKER' ' > that are hnrdwork- ,
you ht'r.11" a man
rheok. Uy the way, I
-- -- <> and trustworthy. Surely I tn the telephone Ixnth\ aa I cause

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE: 1 proved tliMt by taking ;you so through the"outer otUce. Is anythingthe ...A.CKLEELOCK: :
Into my coutUlcnco in matter?

-On the American Iud Europva PIm-, (. .... lint Unit It not sutll- "Yen, tho building Is being' : rewired
Under new nln...senient Xi-wlv lurnUho.l and, lenovntcd. A \.' titan who marries my daiiRh-/ nnd foe today they have put us 01II
family hnmo. Rates, : American Plan, #:J! III/) nod $-J:! fld; ', have shown some striking party wirer ."
and up. All care form Union Station stop| at the door. before I .
( of business acumen \! nrnmpton nodded and they pro.cetdt'ul
II. lV. I1AKCOC1C, couscnt.ir.. Itrninptou. with the business of the d.\)'. :.
The bea-itlfully located Kiversl.lo Hotel nt been; Cote; bpilni: I III ami diamond merchant, wlpt-d 1 Shortly after noon Harrington ar
B.nno; man.igomeut. unit cat buck In the com rived.

chair of his private other dis "(.00<1 morning," he said. "I t.'ust
the whole matter with a wave Unit transact our buslnesaIllicitly >
we can
Hotel Windle JACK>ONVILLK, l" .oml
New ml. ( as my wife Is waiting In n
\10 Fast
Koiayth Slicet. "
his confidential ee- cab> outside, and I am rather pressed
11 tried 1 to the matter, "
Center of City ; cool, airy IOOIIIH; lirst-class In all ' for time. IK n now and ginitt Invention nil It saves time, money and labor. It will
but with Huecrss.
Vcrtululy; the heck\, Is /alreadydrawn .
$2 to $2..">0 American, plan house In the city. Open all tho yonr. (' il self willed old Keutle-. out." answered (the banker. work horizontally, upside down nalit any angle. It is I Impossible for tlio ropoto

plan, $1 per day one poison. Free" bus from! trains nnd sighed to liliu*..lf. "tliat If lie 'l:Ing up the bank. \YlliimnUni, If youplease slip when locked, and! no lever nr Iiigrerropoattnchnicnt Is. used In this do
l)orln' father I should. cull him them that :\Ir. Wil\
all car lInes._ Special weekly rates. C. C. old fool." This heretical fred, ,Norton told notify Harrington[ Is coming vice. Thi'ie Is only one ropo to hoist,, 1 lower and! lock rlio load, and it is Impossible .

thought/ wan broken. liy the en- round to cash my <'\heck." for the rope to )Jim or ('haft'1,1 there Is nothing to get out of order

Or40 sl.nldRlial:. GOOnAr41., PL.t. n clerk\ with n card. He took lit: 'ic .shut himself Into the booth III in this oilgin.tl tackle !block.
\ '(. Norton Harrington to the outer olllce\ and put the receiver
uhikco'fltosvlIhe K.: O. Painter{ Co. and S.
-- Ihlilkto' May bo mien at the AnvixiAi'K ; or ,
"I don't \ s u
lie uhL. "
s to his ear. He tons about to call )(1'1.
ours?/" \lol"! when he heard, n voice, which he B. Ilnhhnid >\fr Co., Jacksonville.THIS .

The Seaside Inn DAYTO.VA UEAOII. / IIiirrliiKton" murmured recognl/.ed as that of Walters, alawyer
)'(' '. "I ilon't recollect the In nn olllc-e I.\\. . saying, :
Oh yes, though I fancy he "Is this Sr.! Harrington?"

Is now open for the winter season, under the management of tho son of that wealthy old: "Yes" answered another voice."Thought '. ,1.r .
JIOI ACE F. STEWART. Ilindsome and now, situated of San Praiiulsoo who died\ It wits your voice, Wilfred.Jnst \ .
Beach, the hotel In modern In all its appointments, with large, of month ngo. I heard that come from Frisco
ant rooms overlooking the ocean nnd opposite KeaiIng's Casino I
nitin was going to uettlo! III ":-0, myvlfe and I made' a flying
The surf Is unexcelled Terms moderate.\
bathing Send him In," he" added 1 to trip to 1'uvope: on business! ', and got
I1OKACE )" bTEWAUT, Owner nnd
back n day earlier th-ui we exported:'
-------- -- --- --- - - - \ ' retired and presently nd- "Well, you keptery one \pretty well

Trrusvir.ii.iiTITUaVILLK-:, tall, clean. shmen man of lu the dark.' It.no you .011l'1II'tllll'| your
-- --- ., dressed lu u top lint and IIC't.II"t'\ yet?"
cut frock coat which did "No:; ; but my valet and my wife's 7 r

THE ALPINE COTTAGE, FLOUIDA. to lit hint.I maid have: everything ready. I 11':'. AE .u
\ \>toll. I believe. I should g lm. up\ there us soon as P\'o seen. mythlugv L
Now opened. Everything at this bom ding-house/ Is new and g,
"" ( Homo private business '
\ 11 the customs"At
cuisine and service Hr t-cl.vRg, with ronsonnble rates. Good l ,
tention. Mils. KATE MYEKS, !\ \ If yon can spare the time, this \point Eric; br-i'o! Into the SHOWS
F. A. I.OS.LKV:. AsaUt.int. stranger. ('OIlI'I'I'MlltlolI and \perwiuded! Mr. Harrington
... )' 1 hI entirely In my con- / the second Unit he had better THE FRONT

answered 1 r. Itrmupton. "In present blmself pi the olllce of OF' TttE. r
PEACOCK HOUSE, TITU YILLE, FLA. '.. on him u good ilenl. so Itrampton\ V. Itrainpton: within bolt! an n

First-class Board at Reasonable Kates. Kestnurant and! Retail speak quite freely." \hoar If he valued bis \properly.Then WALTONPAT..BLOC.K ( THESE ARE OUR
connection. MUS.\ M. J.. : ( sat down and he rang/: up iinotlicr number, '
red morocco Jewel case on 1111.1 1 after 11 hi\ >.'t cotivewttloti: hung; PATENT LONG'ROLLER

"I have no doubt I> you know Up the ipen'vev, and rr! f"'"n-,1' II) titjirlVilte BEARING
II4T\IOltl:, x. c. ( "' death sonio two months : () '.<.t.'l'imn :i
SH EAVES.WaltonYinton .
also that I have purchased 1 ,
others wt're a little Impatient\ at
Fifth avenue. I havo my af bin Sel-iy.! : "1 think you will be received
Kenilworth Inn IULTMORE, N. C. )' well\ nettled now but In properly at the hut ud. Krlc saidpolitely '
over till jewelry left by> my .
find that there are several
1 He, even went tn the extent of fetching -
I don't to keep.
( euro
thel.sltor's hut nnd cane.Mr. .
THROUGHOUT THE Y} An. wife has
Instance, my u I
Itrainpton noticed the alterationlu
horror of. She' refuses ,
hi* manner. "I see your opinion of
EDGAR B. MOORE, them mid It would bo ridicu
:.Mr. Harrington: has altered, now lie
them locked In the I
keep IIpl
wild presently."I .
paused for moment sad -
:NKW YOKK. 11'W the case a magnificent rope HUrtncn' ,! judgment for half 1111 _
hour, laughed Krlc: enigmatically.
pearls. "Here !Is u string:
Some ten mlnutcx Liter" the door flew
: ' that I nm willing to dls-
open and In rushed Harrington" Xo. '-,

Hotel Marlborough [ ' two bent over Mm wlUi accompanied 1 by AVnlters, the lawyer, r IL 5.
from dotv'nstnlrs.In .
; they were Indeed n handsome
the scene that eimuiMl I the principal
Broadway, 30th and :37th Streets, New York.
I remember being notified actors had l the Htngo to fliemsi'Ivi'S, except
Completely Renovated and transformed In every depaitment. father was collecting\ these \ when the lawyer I, wns called! upon,
trally located hotel on Broadway ELKOTKIG LIGHTS: and ' years ngo. I sent' him a few, while EriC Hilt back nnd 1 enjoyed the ex-:
In every room In the house.
EUROPEAN PI.AX. 400 Rooms. 20(1() bath rooms. Rates: *1. ( I fancy," salt !Mr. lirninp- cltoment.
ward without, buth. $.! and upward with bath. Pallor, bedroom (last Jotting down a conserva I'irst. the rightful owner of the gems
and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $."> and upward. of $1i.IlO Patent Bushed
SWEENET-TIEKNEY IIOTKL COMPANY: be dropped In a drawer \\' he found them Intact; then the Sheaves
secretary could. nee the fig hanker' realized: that ho was i 8:;.(MN) out
"' of pocket and gave way to his feelingsaccordingly.
--- --- ------- --- --
tonic It, and wrote jsnn.uon: ( .
--- -
FOLEYSIIONYA1'ID'TAR LOLaI117KY and returneil 1 It. "('1I11't you do something Instead 1 of I

as many pearls now as I sitting there llku n r"I'ho shouted.!
for children mat. ...re. Jtfo ..pia'.. Make KMneyo Iliad ( ," tho hanker went on, "Telephone\ to the police to watch every
-- - --- --- - -- - will put it price on these railroad .station. and dock!l"

[ If we can make a deal." "I don't think 11m t'N ncccssnry," answered -
(: :; /'-' Insists 1 to strongly on my Urle: \ julelly. "I 1111 and his wlfo,

/s 'Lr1 of them that I have decided too, I huge, are already In their cells.\

K<> ut a price considerably Let'n get a ci'h anti ,g't there 1'. rhlll'N I I9i '
value, Jfn..OOO." :\Ir. Hurrlnglon' ran Identify them" /

gilt? two men joked I at each In 1 less than an hour !II r. llranipton ,/i
t Is not a matter to be de wit once more In his olllce clinic I

," said :Mr. HI'II 101.11. ,". ""'1'1\\, I can seo you've pulled this I I

.GU give m j time for consid mutter off pretty well, my boy" he
.v I think we can come to nn said! !. wiping perspiration\ from his
t." rOI'I'llI'lId.ow: ....111I0\ how it happened
hours would bo mifnelent and wJmt It all means." '
: \ Harrington. "I should) be "1t wax simple enough," explained .

(r '" If you would dine with .:rc modestly; "tho real! Harrington
; 6
;g cnn settle the matter thin had, given the pearls to this man Tour

kits, his valet, to put In tint !bunk, Just
"r.rrrr"" - exeolU'iit: ," replied. the bunk befoie lie xturtcd for Europe: and also

visitor rose "Good day" hu,1 i given him orders, to help this
---- -- ---
) you would like to tele- 1'reuc.h malrl to g etthehluso rind y
Ol2 G'4TE PP/NT/rYG'Off/lEt ; i" Han Francisco to wake sure i for tht-ni on their return. Thus they ,
( Is nil right," mild Eric were fiiiitikd! tj inrt 111111': taut Mrs.It These lung !Holler liming f Mienvci, which are looked njon as the grentenantifriction
1 r r it door was cloned. ;" : >: ":.on amt Invite you to dinner to roller\ beating\ / In the world, lire without cages to hold the toll

1'1wlro\ tho I'nclflc bunk as lull l tn:. I jI);.c'uu. 1 realised l llliN from tho In place, and therefore are far more durable and run with far less friction the

of form, but of course bin conversation OMIthe telephone; and the old-Htyle cage The ihuave Diluting are made solid, utandlntf double th
m. 111 bill own house will bit called up the \bunk to have them nr- rain nt the skeleton. Iron sheaves,
clent. Every; onu known t'ORteil wln-ri they Kit: there. In on'i':' ,
No. 8- Fifth avenue" Mr. to nrold< the fins nt detaining lilm; here.
wrote and dlspntihed the till the t>ollce arrived.. "

L- /, Immediately. "Well, you have 'iived! mo Jfj.; ".Ollfl." TIIOUrtANDS OF THEM SELLING\\ IN TILE NEW KNOLANU STATES.
.. ,. oomlD'lItell(1': .
-- -- -- -- -- :tor, reply arrived before ( ftrumpton."Would *
For All binds of businesses where Tackle Block Uaed-
the office. :Mr. Harrington you dexcrlbo that a* u otiti- -- a ls

n considerable mount of Ing Instiince. of business, ncumenV"

THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING Louse about n fortnight' be The bunker remembered Iho conver-
Million of tin day )before Tin:

conclude this purchase sat "Why, yen..or-no-that !Is- I give In,
Walton Block Co
it will mean u considerable I my boy. You've won her fairly." Self-Locking

," raid the banker an he left "I've won." murmured the young I ,

"" 011 lack real bu.lneHOI mllltrhIUlIl&autly; "won by a yard
Does all Kinds and Description XVilnmnton In being too cau of pearls. !" 4OIJAtlantlo Avenue, BOSTON, MASS.

know you didn't like thin --
',', and you would have A Vr rnrh I'ffrll.
tI.'r KCI, very like." The National Alliance for IncrenalDg .
lw unxloui to hear what tho Population of I.'rRlJcIJ'llIrMi\ that JOB PRINTING
understanding you come to France I Is on the way to become a third .
J"oTo: Fri.rl.: : : i ." said Eric. clan. rower owing to the diminishing

birth rate ,
..'cloc'" next morning Mr.
Ins Stood' the Tellt 2:; Yi rn.
Executed at the office
arrived nt the oUice In an of the
frame of mind. "I have The old original Gnovc'. Tantelenii

-- - pearls for $35.XNV tie ald Chill Tonlo. Too know what yon are
up bin hat Those Har taking It In Iron and quinine In i. tante-
101J X HONEYAm TAR FOLEYSiOhtoy. :! are charming people Of ass form N'o cure on pay, IjOcts. at the EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICE.

t.a.cw.ad.odbasis l..ade C.r_ ColdsPr.vetaa "_ was the only guest a* they net Crow Pharmacy Tltimvllle, Via.

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i ..................................................... BREVARD COUNTY COURT. ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. :P: : >=TN'EYt3 ; $RANN: =: G

4' : "TV i \/ I ::: We have been dealers in dia. County Court convened In Tltusvlllt and Mrs Andy Wagoner wentto THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS -,

-i : \) I" A 111 U rl iu ,! s monde and other precious stones -KK Kj on Monday, Judge A. D. Penney presiding Cocoa, yesterday on a short visit. T:11-u.: ; S-VU.1.: 0 I'loricl.f.:

and Kx-Jud D. L. Gaulden prosecutlng. -

E ;''q 2 *************,M,*********|: since the establishment of our :..:. -Mr. J. Lorlllard, Jr., is building a Our Lenders I
.. South

"4. ; I, :: business in 18"8' and direct importers for more than 20 years. _:*|c State The following of Florida cases vs. Max were\ disposed Von Koppe-of: light-draft Titusvllle. fast-going launch In EDWIN CLAPP SHOES MANHATTAN SHIRTS, STKTsoxnn: : ''

p"g' == assault the ad. of tho CROSSETT SHOES, E. & W. CALLARS KNOHAND ; ;?! \ |1,
$ = ==We save you the middleman's profit E low, who was charged with and -Do not fail to read

i rti'K l' battery. This case was nol prossed and Ocklawaba. Nurseries on tho -1th page of THE QUEEN QUAI.ITSHOES FOR THE 1.1111'Mall

defendant was discharged, .there not this paper. Tho largest and most ,.,
complete ,
$ Il r &Jffi i being sufficient evidence to commit. F., ? )f
I'' !Q ,v WItlTK YOU Ol'H, ttK J. Webb ,looked after defendant's Interest Mrs. E. B. Wager will leave here tomorrow up-todate ready-made cloth 1, ,u pr

for Savannah Ga., on a visit to r shown, on the East ("oast.! I: D-, .
A 's \VKI.KKH!: ; : : ,
d i Ytr' I KK her sister. I price from $0 to $2-J.50.:! :;
y 41 Went Hay St. Jacksonville Fla. __ __ State of Florida vs. Robert Taylor,
;: -Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Allen, of New
***************************************************** charged with aggravated assault on the York have arrived at their winter home d# tY', C l ye 4'ti Complete stock of swell .1',, i ''If
person of O. C. II. Collins The Jury .
and In both
---- cuts
the winter. high liuv I m I>l ,"
at Oak Hill for '
-- ,
b ; ::1l 'u I
Ij brought In a verdict of not guilty.
t la.: : 1\t2:0TLO'V'V': BREVARD COUNTY SCHOOL S. of tho In Patent Leather, Tan. (dm; ": 'Iqall '
State of Florida vs. Randall Atkins Cashier Chas. Schuylor
f Pearl and Tan Buck and Vii, i K I ,d.I
BOARDThe charged with assault and battery. Nol Planters' Security Dank, Jensen, was a l $1.50! to $i n; .vi, -

pressed and( defendant discharged. recent visitor to Titusvllle.' f _

Hoard met at 2:::10 p.m., Nov. Oth( State of Florida vs Jim Maddox who -We are pleased'to know that Mrs. I Our line of high art, tailor-nl 'oar, [Mb., :

1 DOZ' 1)0!) ,"(. Present: R. :K. Mims\ chairman; was charged( with fishing In Lake Wind John Simonson\ who has been quite ill, ll 2 f i...' ing will stand the most rigid/ HIM" "'"n
h.v h. :
( ;. .
1': E. 13. Arnold, A. J. Curter, and J. K. er, was triad by a jury, who brought In I. now improving In health. Only the latest and best fahricsi-ntei, \ ''UI"

Walker secretary. a verdict of not guilty, the question of Its construction. The latest .d.!, -,_;I.,.
Messrs.. K. B. Raulerson and H. E. 1ha 3t ire
The minutes of the last regular meet. jurisdiction being Involved, as defendant ;i, carefully studied and embodied. .
t thiMt.n!(| .
Mlirm of Fort Pierce, were In town a
Inn were read and adopted.Tho I was fishing on the line between Brevard I 4 We ask your Inspection In < "'1111'( ., \\lln
ill l lj 'and Oxceola counties C. T. McCarty day or so the first of the week.
I Treasurer's report for the month with this ,
department, wo' C-.UM I, ,I ,''ID( .
of Oct. wan presented, read and found defended -Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Donough and plete and up-to-date line of <101'1", "' ,", inon's.

correct and the redeemed warrants cancelled State of Florida vs Old Haigue, charged 5[r. and ]Mrs. W. K. Mahone and family, 'ir91 Furnishings. Shirts of the lain'''II' \M.|

{yh J 3 kle' and /lied.FlnMiicl. with fire hunting, was found guiltyby of St. Augustine are guests of the Sem- ;,81 hattan brand, In. Madras I'h"n, ,,,! \ (|

1 1i f ..l Htuteiuent.To the jury and tined if:,000 or six bler cottage, for the winter. Percales both negligee and xmi b",.Snm
) w Hun. A. A. Stewart,Clork of Circuit Court: .
mouths. C. 1'. defended.
Carty effects Eail& Wilson
I{ 5' -Mrs.\ R. E. Brown, of St. Augustine, CollaiH.; KIWI
HI r-In compliance with Hortlon( 3, Chapter
4'iu: I.nw..f t 1 Inertia, we linrnhy lllu with you :State of Florida vs Charlie Jilosn spent from Friday until Sunday In F and Stetson Hats. In ract.0'1 \ ;a t, ..8!.

), t l Fine Liquors Wines, Boers i tliu fel lmwiKwIulxoI., appreprlnHnnn| | |, custom niHtl.eiit, of and, ull warrants iiioneyvronilvnil charged with fire bunting, was foundguilty town when she returned home, accompanied CorrvgiMyfoslji_ _yi ory to a well-dressed mail's c,II d I i iw,\ ,

' .{ Ales Stout, Etc. I I IIMUOII for the month ending" Nov 6, 'IMS.Warrants \ / by the jury and fined $."0 00 or by Mrs. Gou. Hanford. SCHLOSS BROS.w?& Our line of neckwear is unllllll."" ,,,m.

Ti' C27 Send me orders 1 outntandlnjr. at JiiHt. rwport'::: six months. C. T. McCarty defended. plate, In Strings, Ascots, 'nlll'.il"" liimljl<
!' your County school IYrnd.I . .. .. ... $:iMl B7Hpeclnl of the Fine ClottiesMaRersi
i .
Pearl formerly
(si J: t TITUSVILLE ana CJCOA, FLORIDA. ( ... tax.. Hcbmil.. Dint... No... a I,, i-ti MX MIi 14 Court adjourned at 2 p. m., yesterday ADVOCATE staff Stewart but now employed on s 4Lrarenq .vtrcRw and also made up shapes. All tli,.> nevi i

.. ..
ii it a, 4j B7 coloilngs. Suspenders, Stocking' !
-- and will meet again! at (0 a. m. this (Fri
4, 8 61 1,287 Oil the Fort< Pierce News, was a pleasant and Handkerchiefs.
Warrants 'limned at this .mooting day) morning. caller at this ofllco last Saturday outers' a specialty. derwoar I'n'j
1T ( Robbins & Graham CoIncorporated. tock and of the best grades!
for fire huntIng
County Hchoiil fund. $ 1.700 79Special There are two more cases -
l tux BUhool Diet l No. 1, 6 (00 1,711.1 >0 which will be tried on Saturday. -Miss Willie May Gould, of St. Augustine ---------
lq rI -- __ _
I 43tl ( .) Total ... ....... ........ .... 8UDH3 00warrant A civil suit-A. A. Stewart vs J. B. a former resident of Titusville.\ 'n

+ti I v PAID UP CAPITAL $J3,000.00This ; County ftt'lioul, paid, ,fund' 'In, Dot. .., .JI./I-..,./ ..$ HI '1:1! Magruder & Co., Orlando-will be tried has been In town this week, enjoying a .......................(.......................111/1
S|>wUI tax nuliixil IUot.l No. I, HI U 4i. visit with her aunt, Mrs. P. J. Hall. .
.. .
t ; ; company owns ii ii ii {2, /112 HI K. MOIIIIAN' Proprietor. H. D. WAfOH, RetlHtcri( .>ilPHARMACY th'' _-n
ii n ii u H7 : :
v 3 43
I Xu. ILT:: ID S, h.. .. 4, 8 /61 8 2118 30BJMft -The colored camp meeting at Titus .
-- NOTICES. ville, has been drawing big crowds this .
I the Indian" Rivet Country; On the St. $ .! -33 week; but the next few days. will be the .
If r
Total follows
now niiUtamlliiKas(
Lucia River; at Now River and on Bay ,. .. ..... banner time among the colored folks.
County school'fiin.l' 9 5,.
. tux sulionl ',Iot. No r. 71 /Ml RED |
4 Diacayne. Prices to suit tho times .. II.. h It, 110 Oil) $5,755/ ) apl: \ Sunday -:Mrs. F. M.: [ Taylor informs us that

ail) Send for Land List Total.ciiitli on hand' ... .......... .."-- 220 :?!flDullclt School at 11:15 I ; a m. Special Child Mr. and Mrs. Win. M. Prindle of Iluntington ,
........ .... lii TlfCttHh 1
lu fuiHls $ 8.4i) .
'; w '4' Offices at Tltusvllle and :Miami, Fla. ; ----- ren's service at 10:30: ( a. m. Evening \V. Va., who have been In New .

I ; 7 'll ItiilancoH. prayer at 7:30: p. mAll York for some time, are expected in TI- .
m S k County school fiinil children Invited to attend the tusville tomorrow.Mr. FLORIDAA :
11 11I t H2Kim'U are : TITUSVILLE -
Hal rush on hand' at lust reports 113 ,
East Coast Meat Market K W Jlallpolls, I'.K.a. .....,. i ((0, Special Service In the morning Kev. .
ii IWI4\ ..... B (INI, I Frank Forster, a prominent
.' .. tax 'IK)4! ) 10 4il<1 John W. Walker will\ hold both services. : Complete Stock of- :
a ""i G. F. J> Conipt... tax 1011K$ u> 1002'> e i 151 It In' greatly desired! that as orange glower from Orchid was among .
DUUEX Agent. many
; I HIM to IHIoI.! 'n x4 the pleasant callers at this office Tuesday -
J It Walker, Halo xiippllim. M 711 children as possible will attend at 10.'TO:: PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS
S!:: ropulil, by jxiiinl. 14JH( ) He came up to town to see a boat
Total ..... .... 2It.l M a. m. on :Sunday next, and the parents advertised for sale in the ADVOCATE. .UNDRIES.1i1
....... -. ''''.s warrants. paid III Out, lU1I5( 111-' HI) $ 01 ISHperlal of the children are' also cordially Invited J flfiTrescrlptlons I Filled with ;

tiJ M W (, tux suhnol Hint. No. 1- to be present as the service will be one There will\ be a regular meeting of Utmost Care and :
CMon. hand at last report ..., 110. I i(6>/ Order
c:::> No. 11 of
li I i Iteo'd Conipt tax 115)3.) ... .. ... 27 of interest to young and old. Percy O. I Friendship Chapter ,
I t::' 0 .I'jul to 1U04 .... 3JS Walton, Superintendent. Eastern: Star\ on Tuesday evening/ next, I WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. !
Total' fwTwLens i:
at their Lodge rooms In the Masonic
_ -- warranis' "paid. In Oct 19119( 81 64 > 71 31Special Cocoa.-St. Marks church. Sunday

\ (, tax .ohlloIDlot. No. 2"oh School at 0:10:: a. m.; looming prayer at building. A full attendance is expected. '

(' on 'hand at hut' report...9 110 30 .... : W. Judd( of St. Augustine Novelties Souvenirs Etc.
Jd. t evI Kao'il Com.lit, tax 1IKI2( J. IM 10iOa. m.Melbourne.. -MI' j Toys |
-t::' ...- luui to 1004.... s au, Holy Trinity church. was in town a couple of days or so this ,
Total' /
week attending to business. His spare
1=3 Lens w..rralltll".IoI''In Out: 1UOB./ JW III' 123 77 Celebration of Holy Communion at 10:30a.
I r li I 1 TITUSVILLE FLORIDAJ. Special tax suhool>l.t. No 3- -- m. Kev. Millidge Walker will ofllol- time he put In out In the woods, and returned Choice Line! of Cigars Stationery, School Supplies Perfumery, Urn lics,J

('Il.."on hand at Ifut -rnnort...1 41 R7 ate. with the full number of quail allowed Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces Fine Candies and all other articles kept
: :
Less;; warrants pnidln OolllWS.\ :. 4,1, 87 $ 00 00 by Iw.Owlolt, .

L. MOBLEY: Special tax. school Dist No. 4- Eau Gallle.-St. Johns church. EvenIng : by up-to-date drug stores.53T" :
w prayer at 7:10:: p.lII. Kev Mlllldgt to the great rush of job workin
7aMli hand 1 last A Dl
tnti, on at report..9 j j
Leas warrants. paid In' Oct 1000. 8 01 9 00 HI Walker. this office tho past two or three weeks :: We Rive prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
1)I ' Contracts for nil kinds, of Painting/ Kalaomlnlng Total' cash on ImnilItumlzml.. ...... -$-2er 20 Tltusville. St. Gabriel's church, we have been a little behind, In filling ..................................................N1

tr ll !' r' Choir rehearsal at 7)0:) Friday the orders with promptitude; but we are
? f Staining, Finishing and PaperHanging Receipt. p.m., ,

at the most reasonable price County ichool fimil Nov. 17.Hev. now over the rash, and are ready for ,6 ............................................4tf4t...C4S
ei + consistent! with good workmanship. Cash) on hand at I luit, report ..., 11 j KlI W. F. Allen will hold services at more orders from any part of the East *

1 i'' All Work the East Coast Reed.. !:o W Mail'.r pulls.. 1-nu 1:5(4..' ....... 00(HIR the Methodist church Cocoa, next Sunday Coast. i1* c i DQi

; on .. .. tax nidi.! ..... 10 411e Nov. lOth, at 11 a. m. and 7:00 p. -Mrs. CurtUs! mother of Mr. Carl C. *
.... ,
R im
F Solicited .' .. .. Curtiss who has been spending the summer e
i r Especially .. um to 1104. 27 04 m. At the morning service a missionary t

',t I ,1 Let me know what you want and get my J.'*H.Wiilkur." rupulil alto 1 by mipplio'ItourdHpoi'lul _M 14 70 no a 202 08 sermon will be delivered, and the Pastor at Tallapoosa, Fla., arrived at the .*. G. L. Mamlaville, the Jeweler, Is ready for :

} I h ((4 estimate on It. Prompt attention tax school Hint No. 1- earnestly requests the presence of all the Indian River botel on Tuesday to spendthe : Business in his new location. I

t given to all work. f'HKll on hand, at hint report .. f I4H !MlU members and those Interested at this winter. Mrs. Curtiss Is surprised to -
: P Roo'ttCougdtaxm(3\ '( ...... . ... : 27 find improvements In Titusvllle *: :
Mill" to 11104.! 379 1:12: Oil service; but to both services everyone IsIs many .
I' -- since she left here some time ago. (: .
Stanley Jvitcliing< (Spoulal, tax school l>mt.No. 2. Invited.
('null) on hand at lust rOI'lrt..f 170 ::11IItoo. -Mrs. '!'. T. Reese, of Palm Beach ::: alea room I f Rupair0hep,01t105lrarxl| a
'. ... I I
Camp, tax irnig' to I'"U. iw
Dealer In- 1IMK\ !! to 1U04.... _. :309.' 176 OH EASTERN STAR. who has been spending several monthsIn ** MftHonle. non"",. ....m.. Itnildbie... j

a 1 FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY, CIGARS Special' tax school Hint. No 3- the mountains of Tennessee, was a
Cash OIL hand, at ,taut. rnport..9 4.1 8? There was n called meeting of Friend Wednesday's southboundtrain 1 *****************************************************
,. Tobacco, PipeR Candles Fancy Culna (Special, tax oohol.III.t.. No 4- passenger -
; 4 and Drinks. ship Chapter N"o> 11, Order of Eastern en route home. Mrs. Dlmlck
t i Temperance Cailon\ hand at .lint. report.... 8 51Tohd
)' 2 ' The following brands of cigars/ delivered Star, In the Chapter room, Masonic ball, went as far as Jacksonville to meet her,

$' w d at t.2: per box of CO: .... ........ ........... -'-1(54419Jtentlaed -.. ----- TituHvIile, Wednesday evening, for the and returned home on the same train., EZ. :se... ...:C dz :S O.,

111 1lumbo .It, Key West Smokers, Premos, Expendlttire5.. --- purpose of meeting Mrs\ Robbins, the Mr. Reese will returned home later. -DEALERS IN-*

I 1' Crorno, Cubanas I'ohalHki.. (.'oontYI\'lInollo'IIIl Flinch Cards 5lVj.; Hand Made.Palmetto .1'eaoliur.. aalarlea. 1IIW Oti' ,
Sanford. It the occasion of WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
t Trans Ill noI was a pleasant ,
.rung' II
I ; flat, 23o.:) I It walker: niilary' slit, for Auic 9 79 (00 We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERTILIZERS.We
little social and Ice ,
STUART, FLOltlDA. V:. MImH. per dliMii, tillage. 7 OIl gathering, cream deal exclusively In the above line of goods; and solicit the trade of all onsum-
ii A .T Carter :a (Ml and cake wore In order during the even Tltusville Camp No. 141, Woodmen of era. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries delivered at your station.E. .
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.011Wnikegfterp K.F 1 II. Arll..IiI". "' ,ataxe.ela.. I 2r 0 M 20 ing. Miss Catherine Sams, of Courte- the World met In the Masonic hall on I. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLE. FLA-
J E. Hall :!Tolin I( Henry, type mm for: pub: 2 ((Ml last when nineteen new -
: l X11 Vesey XX i UHtute Hunk. tutorvxt. 14 .Oil nay; and Mr.I C. T. McCarty of Eldred Friday night : ,

I, I I I j tCStute Hank. a OU were among the out-of-town members members had their names placed on the
1, I+ Georg"IFla.: I' &' It New, \pub tlnau etatemt 2 00 .A.Gr<>1Ve:
Roll of the Tltusville OQ.Dealer .
t J Trltvliard i&: hou, mipill' No 5 IIn/ present. Mrs. Robbins, who was> the Honor Camp
: Bot-t: ; :33m.ica.orAgent : 0, NoKA n IHIrt. guest of .Mrs. Geo. M. Robbing while In District OrganUer! Mr. Carter II. Dame,
r Anr At>vnoArB' print-
'for New Motor\ Hilt blanks. etc .. Ill. no/ town,loft for Fort Pierce, yesterday. was present and assisted the boys materially In-

( ''I Have 4& h. p. on hand Superior; call and sue It. ..':"ee tiiuene.v Stewart,5nppho5\n Hplller, painting" No 24 2!.. /5 7fl 70 [ In managing the goat, which was STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT AND
Wale, HolnieK haul liuu No 10,1 (U t /Ml fractious on that occasion.On ,
i A FIRE AT COURTENAY. particularly
{ Estimates anti prices. furnished on I lull WllllatiiK, work nn No '11.. H ml" PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.
t v J I II\ SaniH worn. supplies| Nn II 1 14 7iII > Tuesday. evening the Camp met in TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
application. K: C L,Ot: Sup Co, No:-J 15 .
1 lumber No 10Ba. 7sM: Mr. :M.: S. Sanig, of Courtenay, arrivedIn special session for the purpose of determining -
I I , F.O..rtll\. ,janitor No A ft nrrxlxtlrs dates for
town, yesterday, and informed us the regular meetings
A .. Nod I I OHA (
w l .rl; THE ANHEUSER BUSCH.., Addle. (HI"rtja"ih'rlio; HI.. ... .OH that about 0:10: a. m, a tire broke out at and the Camp unanimously decided on Weal R. Walker
:uton A: (So. eony' luxiU. .. 93 74
:linn& Co,hlith' school:: liooks.' 29 94 his residence which caused a loss to the first and third :Mondays of each

' : Brewing Asso's, Amer.dock Co"free. ..books"...... (Wait II :alt him of about $;otx! >.00. A defective cJilm- month. .- Dealer In -

1 ( II.AV.": II Drew" high fu.HuhiMil desks books H7 II 00 11I1I"rv ) ney U supposed to have been the cause Under this arrangement the first regu Staple ari.d< FaD.oy Groceries:: :
t Fatuous St. Louis' Keg and Hot eit.pllss. ...., U IS of the fire. lar meeting will be held on Monday
"p 1 tied liver. lioltniiutid' ;; \ :! p1") i lenry luui No lt>/5 : /Aono
I't ti told by M.Mri.T.A. Lonlcy' and decks. No 1 / ) neighbors, his residence and valuable more applications for membership to be : : G-rsLln. an-d. Fced.
> :: :
I 1'LKyaerhanirnShtn(1CsNna 9K$1,79)71)SI'4CIa1
( .... belongings would have been totally des acted ,
R.Motlow' ,Tlto' TllleKla. !
R l lI l tax .,'lIoo'lIlot.' No.tidin .
I (., t II Mr.R. L. IUoUow.Cocoa( ria.. ., Henry, divlnlon tll"'O" Tax troyed. _________ There is no reason why this Camp -Your Patronage: ) Sollclted-
I 4 I Dist I 't :'J. fl M should not have between 75; and 100 TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. -

JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., Total .lassie. 9 1,799 Shoe Itepulrlng. members and we call the attention of all --
Vilest: K. E. MIM.

; i 4 Sole Distributors, J. U WAI.KRK! ., l'lmlrnun.tcvt..ry. I do all kinds of boot and shoe repair. becoming those who a are Woodman considering to have the. matter their application of- INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

In deference to unanimous lug and do not forget It. Opposite. Jan.rrttchard in the hands of the clerk, Mr. FLA.
i petition
i 610 to (120 West Bay Street for a school building at City Point the A Son. ANDREW Oinsox! J. I.. Carruthers, before next Monday Ie prepared to furnish Ice In any quantity-Sacked or loose. Special atten tI c.

$ "' (' oatract for It* erection was awarded to Tltusvtlle, Fla. night, as.that date will clone the speciallow Is motto.T. .
,? + ; ' JACKSONVILLE. FLA. paid sacking for Yachts. or for family nse. Falrdealing my
I ,V. A. Chanccy' for the mm of four hun- rate made on account of the organ
tired and nineteen and ftMK dollar WETMORE., Proprietor. _
John White & Co. ($4 10.50)). WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS, Izlng of this Camp.IUaeksmIth =-----

tt LOUISVILLE. KT.K # Various. matter. pertaining to school when you can buy the best Self-Lock-
y'q'{ blUtl.l tsar were discussed.. There being no further log Tackle Blocks at nearly the same and Repair Shop.If .

busiuessthe Ho.ird adjourned to meeton price. Now la use in the United SEND YOUR ADVOCATE
the first Monday In December 1903. you want a new wagon, or an old ORDERS TO THE
; l FURS t20:;! p. m. State. Army and Navy Department.. one repaired, write me. I pay freight
f' I, and Hldq. t Jxo. K. WALKER, Examine them at the ADVOCATE office one way. j. D. EXNM

x 1 i Secretuy. Tltu vllle. Tltosvllle Fla. . FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING tt

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