Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: November 24, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00426
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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VOL.. 10. NO. 14. TI'rrUSVILLE; FLORIDA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '.ll.t 100:>. PRICE r>c.

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LOCAL NEWS The Department Store. The Only Storo Of Its Kind In Clever Togt! nt Kline's. Tltiis\llle Furniture. Co. AMONG THE HOTELS

The City. ------a:

J And Topics of General Interest. Xow Is the time to do your fall Our Creations for Fall and Winter of When you coma to 'l'ltll evil ho, the Ii.rat The Dcspland' hotel, Daytona, Is open

shopping. Every; department In our Penney & llranning, tint Up-to-duto' Men's Clothing, aro the !gossip of the place you want to head for Is. tho Tlrim'vllle and doing a fair tourist business

store is complete with the latest Fall Clothiers Men's and Furnishers town. Savo the will\ fit Furniture Co. thu todatq
:-r Reading notice ads. are ten cents : Hoys' worry; they you. only up- ; Tho AHVOCATK Is on file at all the

[ per line on thin page.: Goods We are In a position to till your Tltusvllle, Fl.i.: If you suck garments destlngulshcd FurultiiiH store In tho city. best hotels in New York city. '

THE ADVOCATE every want in Dry Goods, Cloaks, Car- See our large display ml. on page' 8. for style, better look us up. If you Prices light, terms. 611"y; cash, or on

In advance. pets and Millinery. Wo carry nothing PENNEY & HIIASNINCI, knew our Clothing/ as we do. you'd certainly time The Colonnades, Seabreeze, Fla.: will

11.60,7:> per" six annum months, but the best class of merchandise whichwe The Clothiers nnd Men's Furnishers, : share our enthusiasm.' And the Baby carriages and to-Caits a specialty open for business hbout' Dec 1st.Whoro .

$2,01) per an. to foreign countries. sell at the lowest possible prices. Tltusvllle, Fla.: prices are right from 1.00 up. to stop along; the East< Coast..

When you subscribe for the ADVO- When In Tilunvllle step in and see our '.. Suits In fine Black Thibet or II. E. Ox.NIC: Tlttisvlllo.Mrs. Suo !list of hotel and boarding houseson

I CATS!: by the year, it does not cost you Department /More and some of the many -Mr. J. N. Chalker and family have :Navy Blue, sizes from ft to 1(1( worth 7t h pages

three coats per week postage Included. special things which we are offering. left Lotus for Koeklodge. $.j.OO, special $L08. Also one lot In the I.. \\'. Hallo loft on Monday for

Vote date of expiration printed upon Mall orders receive prompt attention.We hard finish worsted, handsomely tailored Hampton, Vn The Pines, Daytona, Is open for business -
-Mr. E. Porcher, of Cocoa, was In bar Goo. Blues. will assist Mrs
I your paper or wrapper every week. This pay: the freight on all ciders of $71,00 for *,I.H.! IrVIII Snider!. a promlnont merchant
town
on Monday.
for No need tills
I a receipt your money. Hlnsky season.
is .
or over.Appreaatlogthe JULIUS KI.INK
!:
of Columbus, O. was n .
send for subscription. passengeron
( receipt
to
for UK patronage the pastwe BEST ELGIN CltEAMEIlT AND} FOX: Tltimvllle Fla. Tho Indian River hotel the Semblor
I The date Rives; it to you. Monday's train, en route to Miami for ,
ADVOCATES for sale at the Rod are yours for continued and glowing River Butter at Wagoner & Co'1111' the winter. season. Cottage and Alpine Cottage, Titusville.art ,

Tltusvllle. favors and Mrs. P. n. Walton have -Miss Lena Mendul, pj Daytona, was open and already doing a good busi.

|Cross Pharmacy, JOHN.: It. WALKER & CO., moved Into the Duren cottage, on Julia a visitor In Tltusvlllo on Sunday last. AT PENNEY & BltANNING'S IS TIIK ness

Court brought a number of largest line of boys'"" clothing over before
-County TIIK I.AHOK KltlCK 8TOIIK.Titusvllle .
street. -Mr. and Mrs. C I.. Beige and family
Mr. A. M. Taylor superintendent of
shown In tho ,
I people to Tltuavllle last: week and this. Florida. city.
-Mr. George Glngins. a well known and Miss Jeannette Wilson are expectedIn the Cnsluo: t>t. Augustine, Is busily engaged -
Mrs. E. B. Wager left bare, Saturday boutbuCder: of Rockledge was In town Tltusvlllo tonight or tomorrow after -Mr, anti Mrs.\( H 1 A. Illodgutt and getting everything In readinoss
,
I last, for Savannah, 0."., on a visit to -:Mr. E. li. Brady, who has been at nooo, from the North family, of Grand Rapids!. Mich., hope to for the opening.Mr. .
on Tuesday Wednesday serving on
Miami for a while, looking after his In
I spend Thanksgiving Day Daytona,
her sister. !
the County Court jury, BOY'S AND OIHL'S SCHOOL SHOESat
grocery Interests, returned to TI lnsvii leon where their many lends will give thorna Oliver F. Dobbins, n well known

RepresentIve Claude F. Olmstead, Tuesday. -Mrs. Oxnor, wife of -Mr. II. E. Ox- Penney & Branding's. gla 1 welcome. and 1 popular young man" ls the chief

I Fort Pierce, was in town on Saturday: ner, of the Titusville Furniture Co., -Mrs, Allen, and baby, wife of Rev clerk ut tho Arngon: which In now open
-Do not fail to read the ad. of the Mr. W. S. Mellln and of
from visit to the mid- family,
[ en route home a l Ocklawaha the 4th
It-son of
: Xursoi page I'lttsburg Pa. arrived In 'I'll 1110
I II 8V ,
winter fair at Tampa.
Ga.? on a visit of several weeks with her odistchurch Tltusvllle, arrived home on of Mr. II. N. O'Neal.
this and ,
paper.MHH Monday boarded their fine liouse-
I CALL AT ONCE AND SEE THE parents and friends. Tuesday, after spending! the summer Breakers Seabreeze 1>1'. E. J..
blat Va 'Ibond 'I'ltp ,
| Florence Colmar, ulster of M I'll. : :'. The Vagabonds I: left
swell line of boys' clothing at Penney with her parents at Social, Circle Oil
E. E. Kolllns, who has been spending RESII TOMATOES, GIIEEX: BEANS, here for I points south the same afternoon.PINEAPPLE Potter, proprietor, IN now open for the

& Branning'sSenator the summer In North Carolina, Is now Turnips, Green Peppers and Cucumbers FltESH, RIPE TOMATOES AND) EGGPLANTS winter .season ; and so also Is the Seaside
CRATEH. See
Wm. LaRoche: and friends, In Tampa, visiting her Muter. She will, at Wagoner & Co. received daily at Wagoner our on Inn, Daytona, managed by the owner of
8. 1:1:1felllll'll. : :
[ of New York city, are expected here today shortly, return to-Titusville. -Dr. E. H. Armstrong of Jacksonville & Company, Tltusvlllo.Mr. page the hotel, Air. H, F. Stewart.

I to take a cruise on the house-boat, -Miss Rena Faber., of Fort Pierce, the well known eye and nerve specialist -; W. O. Paterson, of C'tioon; and -!\ II. W. Creamer and. WilllIclo'aull1t1.I Take noto of tho ad. of the Hotel Indian -

[ Rose Marie, with Capt. Jack Laflin. returned home Monday! after spending a will make a personal visit to Tl- Mr. 'fol11l11ltchell, of Key West, were'recently arrived In town from the River, Rocklodge, Fla., on our 4th
North on Wednesday to
-. Mr. Grotjan Ronald, owner of a tine.;. few days In the county town of Rrevard, tusville, and can be seen at tho Indian in Titusville, receiving hoarty here. Mr, and Mrs. W.spend H. McFar-sometime page. This hotel will soon open under

.orange grove at Lotus, and a member of the guest of her uncle, Mr. :S:I. J. Norton. River hotel on Dec. 1st. greetings from many friend tho able management of Mr. J. V. Jordan
land In l
are now Pome Indiana but
hope
I the firm of Ronald & Fluke, Cocoa, wall PENNEY BRANNIXG HAVE JUST: -Mrs. A. J temblor paid 1 a visit to -Mrs. II. 1>. Waugh/: and baby: I left on to bo |In Tltusvlllo ou January lat. who) conducted.the house last win-
I In town of days or so the end I tor.
a couple received a large shipment of boy's and Sebastian on Monday, returning to Tltusvillo Tuesday, for Columbia, S. C., where Mr.

I of last week. girl's school shoes. next day Mr. E.; B. Homblcr, Waugh, ; owns an Interest in the Owing: --Mr. T. T Reese, of Palm Bench, Mr. William! (I. Loro, the now manager

(SITUATION WANTED on a farm or who had been In town a few days, accompanied Pharmacy Mrs. Waugh was acooi. .' of the Rlvervlew hotel, Merrltt, has arrived -
-Rev. John W. Walker spent from
elsewhere by married man. Near his mother to Sebastian.WE by her mother, 111 r.. Carraway. from Atlantic City, N. J., with a
school Unlimited references. Address Friday until\ Sunday night In Titusville, joying a little hunting./ It was quite portion of bla help This hotel Is a very
when he returned to Cocoa. He preached I HAVE JUST WIIAT YOU ARE AN ATTRACTIVE 100(1( ( CALENDAR
cold In the and he
A. Gibby R K 2, Delevan, N.Y. mountains was gladto cosy, home-like place, and In well patronized
,
looking for In the of a to address Post }'III.I.Vrlte
to a large! congregation Sunday/ way pretty present any us. get hack to Palm Bench. northern the'wln-
by people during
Owing to illness It was Impossible evening.Dr. for Christmas Call and see all The First National I Bank, Miami\ Fla. :

for Dr. E. II. Armstrong, of Jack- the lovely articles at the Capital, *,:(0MH),( >. Surplus. $12,500. -The Lorlllard Boat Co., Is a new ter season. It Is beautifully located on
Armstrong, In person, can be firm started Tltusvllle and I I.. Morn tts Island IndlunKlver, Fla.
I sonville, to keep appointments as per Red Cross Pharmacy, TitusvilleMr Four per cent paid on Savings 2m pre _

I ad In the ADVOCATE, but he will do soon seen at the Indian River hotel, Tltus pared to buy, sell or build any kind of Dr John H. Stuart, the now. owner
vllle, on Friday, Dec. lilt, In regard to (leo. F, Paddlson, mayor of Eau -Dr. Armstrong's representative, owIng boats. This will. also Install
Deo. 1st. company and of the Altamonte Hotel
[ next :
Friday any eye or nerve trouble. Positively Gallic, was In town on Sunday, en route to Illness, could not make dates as In launches. and attend manager
engines to
repairs -
Altamonte Springs Fla has arrived accompanied
,
.Dr. F. II. Houghton, after spending only on date named home from New Smyrna with a fast per announcement In the ADvocATe, so ; etc. connected therewith ,
,
::1 few days In Daytona, returned to Ti- auto-boat, which It is said will\ make l.:> Dr. Armstrong will make a personal visIt by his family and a largo
IF THE LADIES DESIRE TO SEE force of help and will at
proceed once
[ tusvllle on Sunday, and bis 1 houseboat, miles an hour on Indian River Mr I to Tltusvllle on Deo I 1st, nt the Indian, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. We are ,
the Latest Novelties I In XMas Gifts, to the tourist. resort In order
[Uentos, la now anchored at the Indian % Porson I'addison was also In Tltusvllloon River hotel. He can be consulted In now receiving one of the most pretty, put popular
be sure and call at the Curio Store, for the accommodation of !Its
] River hotel wharf, where the Doctor l IsI :Sunday.: regard to any nerve complications or up-to-date" line of !goods for Christmas patrons
Rockledge, which will opeu Nov. 20th Dr. Stuart I. and .
a popular successful -
I presents ever saw the East very <
you on
attending to the teeth of his old and eye trouble. The Doctor will positively
[ new patients. --Mr. CIII. IJ. Jefferson, manager for THE LINE OF CHRISTMAS GOODS be here only on date named. Coast. They superb-looking art- hotel man, and his success 'with the '

his brother, Mr. Thomas Jefferson, wbo that will\ be exhibited at the Curio holes, so do not send away for anything Altamonte la practically assured
I LOST-Small gold locket and chain, Store, Rockledge, from Nov. :soth -The attention of our readers. Is
has been in Brooklyn, playing the celebrated for we have just what you want. Remember Air, II. It. Gaines Is now the managerof
with a picture In, and J.. G. L. on will\ be larger and more attractive than drawn to the new. ad. of I Ronald Jk\: Flske,
of these
comedy Rllp Van Winkle to some .articles are the Duval hotel, Jacksonville lie
the locket. Finder will return the ever. J2-3: dealers la marine engine supplies, hardware .
crowded houses Mon now on view. Call and see thorn at
,was passenger on wall the popular chief clerk at tIle Aragon -
same to the Alpine Cottage, and !get etc., on our fourth page. The
day's southbound train,en route to Robe -Mrs. S. E. Harbour, of Verona N. Ilea Cross Pharmacy Tltusvllle. and' Is thoroughly acquainted' with
reward young men who started this new business
Sound, to spend week with his wife. Y., was among yesterday's southbound In Cocoa are well known and reliable =The ad of the Consolidated Fruit the traveling public. Ho has been receiving

Capt. and Mrs. B. W. Jerome, who Mr. Jefferson said; he felt the heat very passengers, en route to her beautiful Co. Jacksonville will be found / hearty congratulations from his
and we want our readers to know that on page/ I
{have been upending about seven months much on the East Coast of Florida, as It winter home, Walden cottage, Eau Gal- all order. entrusted their care will be 4 of the Al>VOOATK.: This company deals hosts of friends. The office staff at the

[ North, were passengers on Saturday's was very cold when he left New York. lie, where she always receives a warm promptly attended to. When want I in oranges, grapefruit, vegetables. etc.. Duval is OH follows: A. G. Dalrymle,

| southbound train, en route to West Palm However, when he reached Hobo Sound, welcome from her numerous filends. you In oar lots or loss. Mr. Walter Hawkins chief clerk;; and Clarence: W Smith
anything In their line, do not full, t,) give ,
[ Beach, where they own a pretty winter be Intended putting on his summer She was looking well In health, nnd was them an order It will be to your advantage I. who, Is known to huidreds of people night/ clerk. If tho AI>VOOATH may

[ home Capt. Jerome and wife are always clothes. accompanied by Mrs. Friend, another Judge from Mr the
to read their ad. throughout Florida I: Is the general agent/ reports, Turpln,
[ welcomed to the East Coast by a host of popular _visitor to Eau Gaille.THANKSGIVING secured
Victor Talking Machine. for the Consolidated Fruit Co., and this present proprietor, )tas a !good

| friends Metal Orange Box; : Hoop speaks well for the success of the com manager In Mr. Guinea.

-Dr, and Mrs. J. li. Rose, of Mount :' Before buying a talking machine, see BALL. pany.ADOITIOVAl. !Several weeks' ago wo gave the datesof

I \'ernon, N. Y., who are known to many the Victor Talking Machine; prices from Something new. and very Deat.Vrlte LOCALS will be foundon the opening of the famous Kant Const

I ritusvllle people, were passengers on $22.00 to $NX>.00. Records, $3.00; $10.00 There will be a grand ball In the for samples and prices. our 8th, page hotels, but having received several In-

[ Saturday's southbound train, en route to and $111,00 per dozen. The Red Cross Tltusvllle Opra House next Thursday 13-1 East Coast Lumber A Supply Co. '1"lrlellw" republish the name. The tint

I]West Palm Beach for the winter., Dr. PharmacyTltusvllle, Is agent for this, evening, November 30th, 1K! .">. Grand ---'- of the hotels operated by the Florida
,
[ Ross was very HI last winter, but his the best talking machine on the market. march starts promptly at 8:13.: All arecordlallJ' Our Motto "The Jle.it. milliner and UreKulI1Lldnac. Kant Coast Hotel Company: to be opened
Invited to
attend.
| friends Tltusvllle are much pleased to this winter, will be the Hotel Alcazar, St.

I know that be Is now looking so well i In Plano For Halts. After this date, the dances will be We have Just received a large, new. J. M. Sanders will open his Millinery Augustine, Fla., which, will open, Sat-

I health, The Doctor has had a launch given Wednesday night each week. assortment of Cblnaware and Crockery.This Department on November Kith, under urday, December 0, with Manager\ J. P.

shipped to Lake Worth for the use of For Sale, Upright Piano, In !good con lot Is of the prettiest designs the management/ of Miss Short, of Atlanta Graves. Next comes The Breakers, atPalmReachbytheSea

himself' and wife.'Valker dition. Cheap. Can be seeq by apply. FURNITURE DRY GOODS: SHOES. Remember, our stock Is complete and la., anil Miss Iloyal, also of At. opening batur-:

ing to D. .St. Clair Nisbet, Ladies and Genlemen's Visiting Cards. you can find anything you want at our anta, will bi hare to tike ell trlCl) of the day, December S3, with )fl'. Fred Sterry ,

hardware Co. IS: 3w India nola, Fla. Wool Art Squares, also Ingrain store. Dressmaking Department The Hotel
manager. Uoyal Palm
Boat Awning Cloth red and white.
Everything In tie Hardware line at- .
Miami Mr. 11. W. Merrill will
manager,
New. Stock arriving dally. All kinds lout Wanted. Picture Frames, several styles, 40o up. ways. on band Furnished louses For Itent.
be 1
opened Monday' January 8. On Tuesday
I Hardware: Special Sale Woold Dress Goods Tuesday .
Boat and Electrical Supplies, JA. PHITCIIARO: Son -
[ Oil Clothing, Wood and Gasoline Stoves. Light draft launch, hull or sailboat A Wednesday, f yds for price of I. Tltusvllle ,Fla. Four Furnished If.dues for Kent to January i 0, Mr. Robert Murray will __I
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The Ponce de Leon .
See us before buying. between :2.!; and 50 feet long. Must be CIIAS. A. GARnvtn, TITUSVII.LB:, FI.A. winter tenants. These IIOUKU have, respectively opeu Ht. Augustine
Fla., and on the same date Messrs.
N'K PAT THE FREIGHT. cheap for cash. ten roonif eight rooms,
lean Baskets and Octagon Anderson and I Price will
Hotel
WALKER HARDWARE: Co.TRuaville 12-iw: GEO.: A. ROWE, Fruit and Vegetable five rooms and four room.. open '.
Fla. Daytona Fla. Bean CrateM. For particulars shires.. Ormond, Ormond-ou-thel allfax; also

on the same day Mr. II. E. Bernie wilt,
Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of Full stock In warehouse J. It. W AI.KKK.
at Tltusvllle
Job Printer 'Van tad. Launch For Sale, Cheap. Bay sad Julia streets, Jacksonville, Eau Gullle Fort Pierce and West Palm, Tltusvllle! Fla. open the Hotel Colonial. Nassau' N.' P.
The last be
to opened will be the Hotel
Fla., always bring good results. Their Beach. Write for Also 11 *" i

Wanted, a Job Printer, wbo can Mil In Naphtha launch for sale, no engine, facilities for handling Pineapples, Grapefruit prices on other crate material.prices. Wrapping for Cottage for !Male. Royal PolncUna. at Palm Beach, under
the management of :.I 1', Fred .
time on newspaper. Must be a sober floe model built\ by Palmer Bron., Cos Oranges and Early Vegetables cannot Paper, and Crate Nails. Sterrjr.Furnished

ran, Constant employment to right Cob, Coon 20x
nan. Ten dollars per wHk.ApplJ' engine ID. Hardwood finish, lockers on oldest and most reliable houses" In this Completely furnished Acetylene (Is.. Kent.

at this office. both sides; cushions, carpets, flags and tate. Try them. A Florida Shippers Guide. Bearing Orange anti Grapefruit trees on -

an $13 magneto-sparker Included. This lot.. Cheap for o"ah. Write Highland Park Cottage, at Eau Guile
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Cows For Sale. launch Is nearly new. Owner has boughta Orange Treed for Hale. Every Grower. and Shipper of Fruits P.O. Box 12, Fla.. overlooking Indian River good

larger launch. Rare chance for any. and Vegetables should have a Florida 1/,8 R-ckleJge/ Fls,. fishing, boating and hunting, short distance

We have liE cows for sale, the best of one needing a floe launch. Price $300.. Choice varieties of orange and kum Shippers' Guide. Bent to any address Wood to Ocean Beach all new" sod nicely

our herd come and select for yourself. Apply to 4ust trees. Address, F. C. COCUBASE:, for six two cent stamps, send at once to for Sale. and tarnished full 4-S and 7 rooms each. Photo.

"*4 Hillside Dairy soil Woodyard J. M. LATHS, Reference: Welaka, Fla. I* II. O. SJOHTUOM Pine or oak, .D"j";; jlth. See or address particulars on.application.WM. R. ROKSCJI.tt .

Cocoa, Fa.! Tltutville Flo. Almost any business maa on East Coast 8-9 Miami Ela. J. W. Jamison
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j Free and Ir11kcr hat/ l.fipH: of hall money he 'I Uh"t ,'. .. .. ..:, ...:.... .u. '. V. Oti" of the Famllr. Electric

", Masons. wuntpl 111'ilN14i.Va a.Jdnl'lc, wan temptevl In. I ., 1:1: I... .: "..1'.1" ( .I..:...: ..... ",;o.I..; ivi.i.i.U-.l' I the /g.rl vvlio: likes to Standard Company

1 Accepted 1111(1. after a struggle with himself, wl.J: 0 ...l"-II: Cite .tll.,1 UUlI( 1..1) say orlglml tl.iiiM'::; "I don't want pea-' ,

I consented: to t-il>p XOIIIP of the coins g'IIa.:. i.: ) lilt.. .. t't I'Y u.t; ,'oWil;, .:.uiahl I- pie to treat me like;; one of the family.

lie fotin'il them w> defective. however '. Nu= .1' ....111. :.: t.) any: liar.(1C When I g to u house and the hoste. Jacksonville Florida.

i Indian -- No 90 that they WCI-P diltlcult to pam. nil he ..:..r ..;eu. .t..t'.",. .: .. .14 ; 1..1' :.: .1.1Il1t.u says, Now;.; cjnie right hi and we ,

"i crltlclMcd f"11 kpI"4l'ol'll/ 110 severely ., ......1 It -
i1 : 'llm: I.' c. I'J4.: c. won't make;; company\ of you; we'll
w. t I'i River Titusville.LodKe that Dralcor Invite' him" to "nee if be BO.'I.: .i.; li.i..i mint I .uiA.-ca( Irtu.lu: : tliv treat you like one of the family,' my 'ffi'ijj 't FRED

could do better hlinHelf. And he would liriMt'st( : t'k; 1.01'Y: In childish!, ) Inter soul revolts. within me. \ E. GIL] l"I'rri
vH Florida. tench him all he k uev. Womltttockptislly -
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cu '\ ""-11t'1l I see the way most people -q\ \
kl Holds 1M m..tlDlCh| the mironil anil fourth Wnilnemluy HtirpiifHctl', Ills miiKter. Ho had! II It hw bci-il! noticed l taut: the luO>..t 110toruut families, I make mind \
their
jl li ant t t, a": their room, In tile treat tip my '., ,
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I , ttt ea" la Wfin.!Jerful gift for delicate manualwork ", -At ..utomobilesL5 : : :
7.IO o'clock tn. crln.li.aN lu various H'l.iu"4] ( of don't want to be .. _
Court Houno I'I tun tile at : p. that !I" the way I ;; ;!, ,
r S. Hunm. \Wnmhlpf ManUir. IIlulI brain to discover new rrlii.e are' ler.'ii, :ail;| fi'oi.i the miiki of trO.tal: for when 1 put on 1 my best IC .
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? A.A., LoHlny Mormin' Junior)Warden. II1pt 1 h'I1M. 1 Ills 1 1. "1If'11.l'hl.'l1 he wan at per'i'ls' fi : . :U 4j J O I I.' l a (BU.UI: ,. clothes and! g ) out ta 1 dine or sup i I t\t'a: \ . ,, 6d State Agent for

1rr'J N. M.1)laon'rraltxurer" list,, run ,down) l by Inspector 'oxVIIK uia: i I".w...;. .1 luk-:; .,.- -...altil, s..u- want to be treated,] like 'company.'
/ J..(' rruth"r..., Hncretary.. round, ntteil with all the latest .Helen- OLDS, AUTOCAUS and FI\XKLIXt
'I nuts:.. i ,' :; (IrndiM. IIIIVP
1f N.A.R. Walker Senior IhlI..uun. s iinu i iu.l fi 1112 Tint's what 1 I go for. It's so (pleasant
r 1 I I a K. KnullHll .lilnior 1' l Dimoon. title machines Unit could be applied( to Null;I.,, II! !' ,.aJJI.' i. c.'..:.iilK'.c.i' : l ltirglar to lime every one lu the str.isigcr's MOTOK\ BOA'IS AND STATIONARY ENGINES:

:}Walton: ,HanlnrStaward.N.A. counterfeit coining. :. j i'iiK'.vt.i/ ; ; hat I II, .1 1'1. .III'I'' louse l to be agreeable' and no .
'JH.c .
j A, Stewart' Junior Htoward. In the fnmotiM CIIHP of :Martin Guerre try : ''I keep the largest, Block In the South: . .
II A. 1>. ]'..niuty, C'inilala.M. ) / Cur i.iot 01' tinKV/ .; .1. ;\ 'n.iiiu.: I i:.uf.loturers one tinder' heaven:\ ever treat. a Htrnnger \ : Itattuiien Coils, 1)., nil 11I0.., Lamps, horns Write or cnll for
Ktewart .. the latiiHhliiR on a criminal, course wustill'
,
I r.J
A. Tyl the c-.i'ui'aUil fOI' '% '<
; mm) :: : of h' '
member
orders attention.
K. nuns, \rtliiic/ Tvlnr.Wm. ijulte nt lie treats u < I Ice" Mall rbcelvepromPt
'M H.lllel'.lulIIar.II"I.. ; result of an extraordinary chance have -oiiu (from the leg.I, ;I\I'of1"\ '!..1.1. own r 111111)'. I like/;; everybo,ly In lee:

ami 't sinVlcu, < r"Hol'e.IIIrtin: fiiierre. nnd! t the prolVHMlo' : I ii.ii.v.ei'ei. < have household], ",'')1\1 the old, ::"1111 'mother: 37-11 Went FOI'lIy1b Street JACKSONVILLE, FI 1-
was II Holdler and. was mortally wounded u -
+ 1 ounr.it OF KAHTKKN", STAH.FrlenilHlilp gene:.:' .' h"\'i s w 1111' :c.11 traillag.: : to the euo.iig; !i.'hjt.! ."> "MI.lie:: ttr!) prrttle .
III the north of France.
I In a Hklrnilxh Kill t II- !I'.i> Jil.ll. ,1' llKOIlUL Ii II ..t lor UKnii'l' to rnnlto nu e'.ti;\ :i if THE
Chiii'tnr, No. 11, holds Its maetlnuH
: : : Among hit| comrades was a tams remarkahly VEHICLE & HARNESS
In the Mawmln Lodge!: : room, Titimvrllit, on the mil ii iicrintonieil" to currying the burden fort tJ b<> ng"ee-ible./ : The next ti'!t.o 1gf I CO.
.. each, month, at T ::10 like him and with whom ..
tint and third TimmlayB In / : duet
t of ghastly secrets\ nu.I' ru-'ely ? '! I the hustoss : ..1'
Cedar
) vlcli'ng an NIVt and
I p. in. The following, are the ollluer or the Uuerre- had contracted a great friend- /: :Corner Foisyth :sts.
IK Chapter: he do uiorc than ount'esM tin justice of orriliig.: to 11"'lIt'nll like one of (thefamily
I, ]Minn/ Kate Stewart, W. M.I'.A.MorICIOIOW. ship. The two used to be always together his KcnlC'iH-e and acknowledge' that last : JACKSONVILLE, }'I.ORID.0.111' .\,,
P. I am :r dog! to say Tlfi"< ',
lj' the of tllt'lrHtI.U
i h Mrs. F. A, Morgan, AuRoi'late M. / and en.Jo.veil' Joke crime Mlihh semis nlin to tl.o: gallows: 1'11':1111': (.hu't, fo' '; 1 smile: tl'I"t I L.Iiiuniiiiv -
e Mre... II. It. WIlHon.'Hmrntarr.. 'IMrs. nil" roKpmblaneo.1 ((5uirre'n double IIIA'" l lips> > lire sealed us to I-C\JIH| : offenses !L. ..' '.. ' I'li'lti'lPlnhl' \ I"i tiff.t stock of . .
tf. Kllno TruHHiirer him when lievns and
wasllh dying,
III r.. J M. i>1'0", CmiiluotraHH.Mlm and uu one knows how the WAGONS BUGGIES, CARRIAGES,
'1 ratherlne Hiiiiu, AnHorlute Con.Minn Cuerri vllli bin last breath beggedhis awful first .step was taken.A .
iffHHlo. and"rluttnth. POPERTYOR SALE: SUKKKYTS 'IHAl'S ROAD CARTS
('OJlII'IIIP to( carry Home little trlnIt.ts FIE ,
i ', Mr*. lien W. 8ollhle| Ada. prison thapliiln In one of our largest
{ 1 Mn.J. I.. C'lirriitliern: Martha.Mm. he had to his wife at home. Tile convict establishments ouce remarked HAUNKHS:! SADDLES, KTC., ETC, ETC.
**' M. A. Hirlmitmrnr, Km her.Mr .
double assented and proceeded) to fulfill
to me that he was appalled by
loo. RoIlllne, Kliiutn. (
: IS NOW COMPI.ETE-
,. e!. U. Walton. Warder his promise', fihllhifitihylien he arrived the continual lament of the criminals IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND -
1+ J. M. l>I lxnnHmitlnel.. the his mission he
I KI .1. 11. Walker, AimHullI. lit village/ on he found! In that place. of terror over DADE COUNTIES
. L. CamithorN, Clia|>laln. learned, that (itierre's: wife had duringher "Just one little thh1'rlle/ "lIttiethlug" 'Call on us and you will find our prices will please you.
it itM1t t litiHliand'ft, absence In the war come LAND FOR SALE St. Iucle and Dade ..
was the first step \\hlch bad
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counties liescilption I of land : West ----- -
little the
Into
c s me property through
+ launched them ou the career of wrong- !13 of noithenst I. and west 3 ja of soul h-
, THL deuth/ of a "rclntli, lie began to envy: 4 "' :s 4:00: e rre3=--- b \\'hll'l1' hud! them tbet.u.LOlldoll lit
brought 3J!
M1t ; J doing I'llNt !if: sec. 10, township range:; 1
b5r1 6Jt Martin nerre's! lot If he line -lived.
Answers.A llll! 20 100 acres, :St. I.ncle county. r '
; Ck ori! When the vllhigots/ saw him they began .-. '-y--. Wuvt 'u of 1I00th..eltt. }4 and nest )Q SEEDS: r ors: SPn.XN"a)1 : -. );
p1i Tlsma' { to exilaim "Ilere'slurtin I "f southvu-Ht Y.t. sec. Hi": 'townKhlp :32!'
Wt4 I h ? INixE Ut'ESS( LI Guerra'" By the time he arrived, the TRULY IDEAL WIFEHER innuo3t), Hit) acres, Ht.\ l.t.ciecounty. I: I

I cottagidoor he hand] decided'] to act Mur- NorthPNet4: 015(111111e8et3 4, BCD 3, )1 Turnips-and Hula IJ.igna. a
this part' provided the dead mlln'sI township .'18 south, rungs! 41 east ;
I \l'lrt.l'nK deceived' by his similarity totier HUSBAND'S BEST HELPER close to O. K Wood's pineapple' plantation Onion Sets-Ueimudaand I'oail. .I
Lucie river 10 best varieties for Florida Beans.
St. apes
Illl on ; Cabbage- :
r ai I husband She was, and the Impostor "-
I IVl ; ;
I I : vigorous Health the Great Source of Dade county. Seed Potatoes-for fall No, 4 Those: and Triumph
= took :Martin fJuerre's" place. The
: the Power to Inspire and Encourage Also I the northeast 4k:( of norlhenut. I I
; j't # Ill wife only discovered, the truth Home -All Women Should Seek It. >:', sec. 18, township: south, range l Poultry Supplies-Intel'national Stock nnd Poultry Foods, FtiSL. : ',

twelve mouths inter by the ubneiice dh east ; "n .still h folk, t'f Ht. Ijiicle

I ile' from the Impostor's arm of a scar One of the most noted successful and ,veiJO; scars, Dale county I: ::a. G. .:MLrtON.: sooclsmL: : I
Iii. \\'hkhll1rtln: had bnrIi.Alice ... richest men of this c'ntury.ln a recent Apply to vv. A. HALL, Stuart, FI'I.DRAGGING "
article has Maid Whatever I 1 114 East Bay St. Jacksonville Fla
J can and ,
Trey" the girl Impostor( who
1i ; whatever success I have attained in.
i+ 1 + tt rI t'wed to make a livelihood, by accusing ICoul Estate,: Uargalm. JJ.l1a
this world I all to wife. .
I owe From
I I i h's men of robbing her and, Inciting nil the the day I first knew her my she has beenan =---<<:-: =---<< =---<< :- .

spectators, the police, the bar and people inspiration and! the greatest help
:Nice 8-room cottage well - -- --- - -- -- --
In court to make for "
subscriptions mate of life.
my louaied, iu Uiisvillu.( < . . . $1200 00 -
her, while by her false accusation) Innocent 13 acres Land and house Consumers: :: : !

t persons wore branded, ns thieve part, set In Change Tiees, in

FIRST STEPS IN CItl JIB[ nUll condemned to jail said that It rat i's 'Eau Oallie. . . . . . . 700 00

y -. - -- Walt n pure accident which launchod 30 acres. Land nearly }''a Your. :: .ttteJl.: tiOJl.: : Please, :
her on her horrible career. She really Mile Kiver Front.0(t miles('
TRIVIAL INCIDENTS WHICH LEO TO north of Eau; llullio . . . -lot) 00
\\s nI { lost her puruo one lilY at a railway AYo sell Groceries at WHOLESALE
CAREERS OF INFAMY. 20 acres River' Fiont, at you
1 ; station and burst.. Into tears on discovering
I 'eftaJl llaideevllle . . . . . . 40000
/ + - her lose Alice Grey was so pretty 21 J It I). I.. lAULIIKN, Agent Prices Write for our Price List Great
1t The Way Home Nolorlon Plnatll.blLuw and sobbed! HO nicely Unit a score of Titusvllle.F a.

l l breakers Were started on the peoplevre; at oncu anxious to Hurtle' "'' N li money saver.

J llruwil mill l>i....iiwit ril I'lttla-lllut her.' To'her profound astonishment ai>..
Fine Property For Sale.
t h 'flint 'I'emitt.>
I told over again by churltublo sprvuitors. -
J li the famous detective, Two nioo cottages adjoining each The Enterprise Grocery Co.

once doclaroil Hint, while it wait won Ml 10 huldeiit suggested/ . u much ensue>' other In North Tltnuville, with an acre ,,

? > ,t ''I4 tli'l'l'ul! how Home of llio famous crluilliuU way of making/ living than I by douivu! ,' ',..r. e.nielllIsp'y of hammock and live actrstif ilch muck
land suitable for truck I arm. Good 1 17 Bridge St.
I 1 Uu ruptured luul lici'oiue crlml- tic service und .t lieu Iroy a few days.

3. #t; iinln, there were others \ho ni(>[>i'im.Hl\ later was weeping on another railway To be such a successful wife to re- sleeping liver front.; rooms The. and larger a servant's c tniso. liriHtlnee room up .TLelehtouville - :I!Iorirl.N .

h, .l us if they could l iii \o s have In I I*.MI lillY station 1.lu. tfUI'IU" I'assertiby asked. the husband tain the love to and admiration him to make of her stairs; and 1 n PHI'lor. sluing J'oul11lInlnl(
the
thing clue. 1'110 lirst step in crliuo wild cause and were told that she had had most of himself inspire bhould be a woman'sconstant room and kitchen below. The adjoin- .

l ,. r C made liy, [llcl'I ou" of tliu lust dims uu- her purse' tmatchcd from her hand by u study.If hay ui>tiHo) hams) two sleeping rooms nodservant's +..N..............................00.....1.1111111
\\liom Him described. There room In second glory, lint!. .
4 fJ J i tier the IuulltuI'lolIlI chTimiaUiiiccuMission man was a woman finds that her energiesare .
'PI tp I u hue and! cry rained at once, and nu flagging, that she (gets easily tired, sitting room, dining ono and J..ltclu.nbelow. .
templutiou, tl'IIVllh'-LlIlt bythe brick cisterns both
to
.. s { linfoitunateretcli was found exactly dark shadows under her Large : : THEO :
second rlnss appear eyes bo".. ... for nice winter
t4 persons of the through answering to Alice Urey's description. she has biickache headaches bearing- Adapted a .

ts l ,'! it what seemed, wheor criminal instinct.Muiiy Almost unthinkingly, Alice Jrey uc down pains nervousness whites, irregularities home.
to OKO. M Roum.sa
of the must notorious wrongdoers or the blues, she should start Apply. ,
cUlled him.
1 a,, at once to build her THnsvllle, Fla PALMETTO PIANO CLUB I
up system by a
liiivo, It their own Impressions "Oh, you hard hearted (creature to tonic with specific powers, such as

YI awe to be rolled on, been tempted to rob a poor, Innocent girl of her hard Lydia K. I'inkham's Vegetable Com- Take Not Ice .
launch into crime by thu most uecltleutui earned sa'iugsl"! she sobbed. The pound.Following. i

r ( cli'cuiUHtiiiK'OH. Jim the IVu- man had not a good character, and id- we publish by request a One of the hHtidsomcs' places on Mer- j By Joining our Piano Club'you wlil be able to get a $100) grade :
1 f, mutt the great foi'gfflioHe fo'ger'IUM though he loudly I protested I his Innocence letter from a young )wife: Tilt Inland known The .

Fir 1 l ,' created! a luiiilo, ,iinuniK I.tiiiduu Loll Ilk. : and, nothing was found ou him Dray" Ever Mrs.since I'inkliain child: born I have bclonRlmt to s1 I..is.. Eva 6. J. Blair Will', of worn.Now : Piano for $207 on payment of $l0 down and membership duck nt :
my was nuf.fered
t era for Hovi'i'nl 3"curs nail who woe at to conuoct him with the robbery heM1vals Yoi Is for sale; or lent fn in is lied. A
,as I hope few women ever have/ with in- : $6 per month, without inleiest. Piano deliveied free to neatest :
lust brought tu Justlc-u by the ('ollfl'''- lulled away, und Alice prey found llummntion, female wxnknecn. bomrh, -,lownpllino. ten room cotlaee, with lanncli house. .
sluiiM of two of Mil lU't'oniplk'i'Mbia' that Mho hud guuo so far that she could backache and wri'tchwl I huiuliu-tiiM.. ]It new laundry, nil newly] painted, nod depot ns soon as the first Ten Dollars is paid. .
t; '; tl ho was rouili'imic'il to (pi'iial m-i'Vltudo hardly now draw k.hen the affixtoil my utoiniich HO I coiililiiot enjoy my three acres in grove :Mis. Blair has .
meals. and half my tints was BT>eiit iu bml. .
for life "Haiti, 1 1 I that t the Ulea of furiteryuevor man was tried! and found guilty and I.ydlaE. rinklmm'8 Vegetable <: Just Bpout several hundred dollars Inputting
1 ' occurred' to him 1111 It was KUKtcoatcil condemned to four mouths' imprisonment rondo me a well woman ant l I feel no Cumpuund grateful| I the place In peilect repair, lay- i ADVANTAGE OF OUR CLUB PLAN !
( I 1 1 that I glad to write and tell of lint PUl llower buds, new break water
: by, tho chiince romarU of u u collection was made! in court /am Jon myml1rv..loll.
$ and hoard; walks, all round the ]house
e
It
t rwovery. brought me honlth, ,
:. casual aoiuiilrtt.iiu'ulioni' h0 met hit for Alice Uiey and. the whole thing: To Introduce and will foul
II j new life and vitality."-MI-H. Btiwle Aiiwley HO that any one wanting a lovely winteror : get this Piano before tbe public we :
I t London ri'Htiiiirant' where lit wait "paid( so well" that she ln'tyimo: from ell Mouth IDth street, Ta'o10aS'twli.. nil-year-round home will do we'1 to .
,+ JWWi ) t,, ti illnlnjf. that time u professional' licenser of unfortunate What 1'.v"iI I:. rinkham's Vegetable cut thin article out, for inference. .. a club of ONE HUNDRED: members and each member will I.ct( ..

The KtrniiKt'f cliaiu-iHl to Undo to u people. Compound did for Mrs.' Alnsley. It will Addles, I,. "'. Ili.Alu, Men'lit, Fl.i.\; : a Piano: at tho wholesale price. The club Is limited to forgery shut/ luau been coiuniltttMl and The first step In crime in 'the case" du for every sick and I ailing woman. ----- -- ----

' i +t I rouiarkfd how\ clover I u peuniiui' must of ioudle the Liverpool bank cleric If you have symptoms you deli understand SVA\TKI'-ItV: ciiiCAnoIMJ JIA'I1Ut'Ttn: : IIUNDKKD members and Instruments will soon be taken, :
t e s be to bo able to imitate u Klxnaturo/ HO who robbed his bank of something like write to Mrs. I'inkliain ut : Hot''OR.; iprmin of triixtwnrthliieHii: umlmmiewliiit .
'I Lynn, Mass. Her advice is free andalways fuiiiiflur with t I..nil territory an anlhtunt *- .
a i closely that u .Hkllltvl, bank clerk could l 170IHH>, was, "nuuilpulatlng"! the helpful.Do In hruncli ,ulllrn Hulnry alt pawl, weekly -

t ) I, not tllrttlngultili the forgery from the books BO ns to hide his taking .1:41): to qutreil.l t'urinuncMit"frevlniiti pit experience.Itl...... Nu not laveHtttiunt eHtieiulal. .,, rev to i THE" PALMETTO PIANO :

real one. .Mm thought it would! be back n horse that was, the young fool eii. afrlnur.' "'hl"oo.ltaun..r .

t easy, ami pro Ink and 1 pilfer were thought "bound to win From the you sub80rn e for the ADVOOATK? . limnehaeComelRwk.harago, . : Is an instrument that las been manufactured In our own tar- *

{ brought for him to try his hand at winnings lie would, replace the "bor *
tories. with some special features that will make It stand the ,- !11<
t The while hand- .
A Imitating the strniiKer'a HlKuuturo. rowed money, retaining a .
1 result was MO wonderful that the Home Bum himself. The horse of course" 2 tnatlc conditions of this State better than any Piano made .
I' {
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stranger renniikedvl : lost. but the defalcation remained .

i' "\ \ lioHMeiot. u U.lliKi'l'ou gift, Blr. discovered amid ISoudle wits tempted : SEND FOR CATALOGUE: iI iS i

I A mail might bo! tomptiil( with It to dot to repeat it for u larger amount. The .

t luiuh at u pinch. r\'lIlt-fuur )"('al'14' penal servitude. .

Till that nioiiieut Jim the IVnman- Uolison who defrauded the Crystal.
i' then .lamen Sajvuril, the barrister, 1'alace foui-pauy' of il7KiO! ( took;; u down pains area symptom of the most serious trouble which can I The Cable Company I

; + I }, desperately Invaut of money-.deolaretl small mount at first for a stuck exchange attack a woman, viz: falling of the womb. With this generally. i

I,} ho had never thought of forgery gamble. He lost and \\fiit on.Leopold come Irregular, painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful weakening

I'' 1, as a menus of llvellhoiKl. The wordarniiK l Uedpath who In Is.," wassentenced drains, dreadful backache headache, nervousness, dizziness: Irritability ! ILL

N i in his", .OIII-H'' a* a revelath of how to ((1"1111lI..r'lltllle\ for life tired feeling inability to walk loss of appetite color and .: FRANK E. CHASE, Manager JACKSONVILLE] i:

t PI lie might glllll: tliouimuN. lie became for defrauding the GI'I'ntOl'UIl'I'lI- beauty. The euro: I me .
the cleverest forger of modern times. Hallway company of close upon .t.'III),- ..:................................................:H

I. 1 A mini dace not become coiner oil IHXI), declared I that the tlrst forgeryhe .
yy -
I Y+ I at once. It requires long laborious and! committed was' to obtain money to WINEOF

'.' Constant J practice to acijulre the pro- assist Home poor people lu great dis! ",

s 1 I llcloncy to turn out base money which tress.' CARDUI WE WANT EVERY GRO\VER:

i : will pass miilotoctoil. from hand to Tho statement might IKS regarded

4x ;' :i hand. Hilt the linnet casual chance( has with u good, deal of suspicion\ It hU
IN !
THE STATE BOOKS
TO HAVE OUR
Ill men to adopt) coining as a iiieam career did not disclose, the fact that,

) of preying ou their follow while Kodpath: ( was committing the Woman's Reliefthat "FLORIDA YEGE'l'A I.ES.-\ complete manual on Florida Crop

Woodstock, the coiner, sample of most crafty\ and calculated frauds!, ht "FLORIDA OU.\XGE8.-A. book of 'peolallDterl'8t to Orange On"s'FLORIDA "'''"'-,

yr Whose mar eloimorlc are to be tieenlu was. at the same' time scattering the 'I""ala < '
$ the Black inuMoiiiu at Scotland Yard! money he obtained among various marvelous, curative extract or natural essence of herbs, which ': STRAWBERRIES.: -Booklet on "Soil!, Varieties

1 a fellow, a tailor's n..- \Vharltles and exerts such Influence 0<1 Fertilization." ,,.
I + was ns young( (privately assisting scores ? wonderful strengthening on all female organs. ,
i, 't y BlDtant. One Saturday !nftcrnorm, he of 1'1.pllIn distressed\ circumstance: Cardul relieves'! pain, regulates the menses stops drains and stimulates "IIU.SII POTATOES."-Booklet on .Soil, Seed' Planting and Cultb

wna in a )public house lu'tho Month: of When he was sentenced! at the central the muscles to pull the womb up Into place.It feet of Fertilizers Digging and Shipping.
1 W t 1 London with the girl to whom ho was criminal court there were persons In "IMNKArri.E FERTII4ZERS"-Otspeclal Interest to Plneappli* (II"
Is a safe and permanent cure for all female complaints. '.14.
fiiKOKeil. Upon her\ leaving a stranger court who burst Into tear They were 'IDEAI. FEUTILIXERS."-Book showing all our different Brands \

h remarked! \VooiNtock how pretty people whom he had befriended. Price
#+t' sho and Jokingly askedheu;; the tho of the I Etc. .
was Harry Benson Instigator' WRITE US A LETTER: "I SUFFERED AWFUL PAIN
: th
JNew and revised edltlcns! of the sent tree for
above just published,
g weildlngn" to be. Woodstock lameutetl great turf frauds au.l: of numberless! In strictest confidence telling u!* all In my womb and ovaries" writes Mrs.

I4ttidt I 1 that there was not much chance other swindles; the indwells, the great your troubles. We \\'lIIsenJ free aJ- Naomi Bake of Webster GrovesMo., WILSON & TOOMER FERTILIZER COMPANY

s .f that huppon.'n.:;:;;: fr a l long! time. HH forgers, nud Tefroy. the murderer of vice (la plain sealej! envelope). AJ- "and my menses were very painful

i meager wages fjrlmde this 1'ope. TheY Mr. told on the Ilrlghtou Hue, are dress: : LaJies' Advisory Dept., The ant IrretuUr. Since taking CarJul I JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ?

M 'stranger was )Draker, n coiner, and he types. of criminals who seem to have Chattanooga /''sUcina Co., Chattinouga. feel\ like a new woman and do not
M ''t t Tenn. suffer as I did."
hinted that 0'1I1.toel-l1\11; n nice been such by some queer moral perversity ,

hues!, respectable, looking yang fellow born lu them. In each of them L '-- - -- Li"1 doff ANDTARFOLETSfONU;
t : : : : 1"+
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tl -was poor It was his. own fault. there was! a gradual development at cape>> \h. oooala aadh.al.lsoae. purse Coldai p"'D to PII'U"'t

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i, Professional Garcia. Application for Tnx Ueecl. :-_ ___ __ - -==-11 I I sri!. :''.L\V :.ho battle' begin :'* I .

> to inuke. the litI -
!Tlio wolves separated
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,i __ tnd..raec. 8 ot riutp. 4"IW. Lnw of Florl.la THE BLOOD OFiMISFIRES |I:! I tack. They \\ ete .10111' with snarls nud

',' /- EO. M. ROBBINS, '" yorl'E: WltERKHY IIIVKN: THAT ACOHX In. They needed all theli bronth
grow
\ h \ I.blt luur'Iluser of Tax ('ertItli'atANo .
:: J4i, Ilut.'.\ the let eI"vof.lnlv A. I). IWII, I tor sterner work. Whllo one ilailiod at
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR lies" flliKlxuid curtitlimKi. lu mv oltlitK ami has I' H!i ; the iiaixzlo of the bull the oilier" sought/ Better paint first.
matte applU'iitlon" ton tax, .ileed to t,nim tu accordance him.
AT-LAYV. with Inw. Said iwrtlti ate vmlirnuvii, to Kill n hi* rear nud baniiirlng '
tho followiiitt itaftcrlhe.l |roterry bituated in A l long leap and ft savage bile would teuh ,' Lucas Paints
, Will practice in State and United States llrevunl county .Florlila to-wlt : Eg C. D. LEWIS II do tlio trick. Thu bull bore in 4..li'4 of I.,
K.j! of ftK'4mcMi>u 7. township 81 south, range
': (Court. 39 eaxt.Thu former conflicts but Instinct timid him _ (Tinted Gloss)

Office at TITUSVIH.K, FLA. I I..u.tnru saul iif land mich hutiif rrrtttlcat aiMnnfind.. lu. at tuG the date name..r thoI of L'oJJt"/IJ/tt.sa< g s JWXl.j loll It.s V.j .ileClunH. '- ==n It what to do>. Ills wheeling"' were so will increase the cash value of your house, and the

1.l 1'ark Suit J. C. -nrw'HlI.; t'nkmn said ror.tihVate swift tint. every spring; / ol tho wolf wusdisappointed S buyer won't get "stuck" either.
audi bu redeemed ncci>rdliiM; to law, tax of ill' _
house mill
1'h..o'lh1. hunger lu the' I nud 1 twice within ten '
OAULDEX, Ui'eil will i.Hite tbuniou on the 4th day. ot Ltocuiii- \ _ Lttciis I\unts costs you less because they cover
D.L. IIIT, A. 1) 1'HIAWltnomt wwlf.WliMi. utes 11 pair of cloven hoot's. caught/ the I'
surface and do it They have a
thoroughly.
ntllolal nnd aoal thin the more
my signature ilowu therelu beast I In I lie ribs and nilleii I I him
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 3rd day or Noteiutxir; A. I'. l1Ntt.' uUht; hiul cumo thaggy FOR I richer gl (('t. C't. Seal) A. A. W1'E WART. with It from tlu i-ri'st of 1 nimountln ,k over and OMMIn the snow Tin\, n the'
Will practice In .all the Court of tho Htate C'lerk: CiroulC Court of Ilrnvard iv.nntv. Klurldrt.155C 4)iiio gathered In frout to inakr ..11tlr Ask jour dc: ler.
and the United States Courts. 'lIyO.A.I\I'KWAUr. I). C.: ", from tho bl.u-Ii: in:nitlntlu mu pair SALE:
Florida I
)f tack on the throat. It wus nit!'' .1 I folm John Lucas & Co Philadelphia
of the nN
> from, the depths m
I 1.0 Huz,2J6.: : TITU3VILLE FLA. pauses Intended to force the I lml!I hack Into I I thu I .,
,
,
lUll I n wliul' that cut 11Ukulfo ii L .
fiinyonst ---
.\ 1'lllI'ntinu for Tax Oeeil. thit'kt't.hett' his UII"'lIll'lIloI'ollhl; llianin'rid. >.
WEBB niul Mhrlcled like lire. anil II"\\ I !Solil .flit. rltcluml .V Son 'i'll iisvilIc. Tin.
T J. ] I. Ho had scarcely give I 11 by
4 uu.l then 11 RiiMt hail liroujjht lull I lHtltiK >
ruder Suction 8 of Chapter 4AAII. t awe. of FlonlilitTrrIcI. had ground when ho saw through the g.imund - --- -- --
/ llko bird Hlu>t. Tlu wOlf g.nli'titi I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .: la hereby gush that William Prltch- Lmiok i'd It.
of the .1", Kit, H. .;. IMti-hett.. In tho Courts 7thi lid 1411".Ch. O'Bar
Will practice 1 11111> wee? I yon / &
JOH
O 1. 'FrlnU ..-;uIrtuuurs ,'lull;".riei uijz) the tlrm for the nlshr There wou.il. bo III) gIl:um. Hbdges :
i ircuit. Taxes pail for nonresidentsand of KaHt Coast Turiiontlmt Coiupaiiv, purcliam>rof fully exclaimed I the elder' patrollcr ItS .
rents and accounts collected. Tax C. rtltl. < ata No. 241, daluil:/ the Uiul: : ilav' of afoot for luAu In auch weuther. his mil toned hand.
he
a .1 11110, A I li 1'.r4. linn Hliid Maid ci-rtlnwatu In my \\'hen 11I01I1I1l1IU1! the' \\'('Ittt1t':' hi i softly clapped ...Miinufactiirerit and lealer) In...
VIL.IE KZ.OIUDA. nllli'o, .and lies m.ulu application" ; for tax ilti.d to together. "1 was not mistaken In thetutihl. i
TITUS ,
|Issue li'cordance with law. Hnld m'rlltlcateeuilirdruH I ofteiiiil( u bit, and there were HHOWtlnUe Bought
of his father.
I Iii, lot loiulg ituiiorll toil propertyHitunted tljhiK about In wild eoni'UMlu\ i iTlie I. lie Is the son I and: CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE LUMBER.
I In' Hrovnrd oountv, h 'lorlda. lila it :ISiitlenst' "Bitt the timber wolf Is cunning mutireless
PEXNEY, wolf at the mouth of hi* 1""t.tI'
11.11
A.D. 4 of rtucllnii 20,township 27 Mouth ut ." replied tho other, with Uoubla
Ran ice 37 Kn t. lair and whined, zulu ('olll\>hlllll"1. .\,. OrntiK Hox 'fpiulH, Prnlt anil V >|!",ruhlo ('i iltes. :Moulillnp; ShIngles, etc.
Tim sill"it land nam-miml the, date of tho1..nall"10 his! tones.' .
ATTOKNEV-AT-LAW, of H'l<'h notnv iurtitlu.itii I In the name of C. O. he felt tlio pings of hunger; ho h "" 1\,1, will :M ills and fmc..lto.ll at linlTitlo) ItlulT' Kin. Wiltons for |>i Icon deliveredto

lin>nton. 1.1..... said certificate pliall, be ro illsin.ill.v.: No: I beast (It' prey ean\ tin I "Wiilt Hiul you see. any pmfcof th. Mtntn.I AililicHHllmlsros I I & 0' I\I Iumrti, IlulTnlo Ill iii!, Fla.
T TOSVH.I.E, FLOIUDA. deemud' nccordinir to law tax d."od I will) limuotliHreon Tho wolves sought to nttitcU on both
on tho lIUi day of liciunibur, A. I). 1'Hin.Wituimd his jrime: blindfolded. Hack In tlio cmWHS : flunks nt 11I11.... The bull needed nullIty .
Will practice in all the coiirtu of the 7th my ottlclal" signature and nual this tile II inothe' >\ olf. with he;two ;you 1 K Thort
10th da> of Niiveuilmr A. I>. lii"A. hero and ho put It forth.
Judicial Chciiit. (Seal 1 ot'dri-u: It cutirc3. ) A. A.STKWART, ...ol'lIyot1'o'llI1/ to hei-Molf ns Bhe heiir\ I utile vi,as u foot of snow Oil tho open, Im P. uhlxnan <& Co.
Clerk Iruult I Ci>urt llrevard I coon ty, t lorlda.HvO. howl Is ol tlu' fathor.Hy .
12-11 A. Sl-KWAKT. J>. C. that vim In his fa\or. Tor n tuiirtt'rof ;
JAMES: E.IA DnE\VS, and hj the wind ceimed, for II mo an hour the wolves pursued their :'til Wanldn ion M J NEW: YOHK.

liiinit, us If xmothorod by the fillll'iu! plan mid two or throe t times i the toi-tl !Miuiay! : Sn t'ut. { X. Y.

ATTORNEY-AT-LA, flukes, uurl' IIIt'u It eame with uoUj other Inflicted Hcratotioson
of time -
Order i>f IMibllcatloii on Itlll one or
complaint: up the narrow Milley I um'i till clean' loins but they wero noHcrloiix

County Judge of St Lode County. for Partition.IN around I the nu-ky cli Ii's ami i i i mig/ boMlorn. I II lot they circled and leaped' livain.

FoitTjFiKitcK, FLA. ( 't lte. wolf CIIIMtl? h.,\\' II!Ill{. 'i ht' Then they lay panting/ lu tin Oranges Pineapplesand

ritirfir ronir flrcult [ ."Klor.iU: I and for lire
o Inn hind leg and pa\\od' tin
\aril on tlu length of their bodies. It wusanother
QTEPIIEX: E. FOSTER, County.w air mid HinlTod und showed, Ills fillip; feint. It was to "loud tho lull Florida Fruits Our Specialty.We .
,," B. J. llril) lllrdcror I'ulillcatloii
'-J \ S I on Kill tor A moment Inter ho Blgn.llfil for tin' to believe that he had gullied the victory \ -
ATTOI( EY-AT-LAW Alwy E. Holt.otnJ. ) Fart lOon. mother wolf] to Join him Slio nU) und send him tinning nIT lit' retirement several, of the Inigont IIhlpl'el'] | In your :State, and wish| | to represent

Jyal-Upohurch fluikIl ng/ Jnx. rile cimni;mini flint having stated I lu the sworn reared and I 14 II lul'ol' lit the air.I would not 1111\' taken ten bofim
Mil of complaint' duly ft butt that time n>..hlm.roof up steps you iilHD. (ii lva in a tilul ..hll'lI1'nt.| "KHtahlUhed :00 yeum.
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. the iluleiulant, Alwyu .:. fiolt la unknown tu It Biirelj' WIIH the went of I\lII"'. Itwas they would have been upon him. lit'
him ; that the Hiilonco. of the defendant Lewis feeble and ,'11111<' .from nf.ir. but ItWII" stood his ground and uttered a low
------- ---- K. ird. \Vlniiipuir.' iianada, and that lh. de
fendant .'harluii F. I>el""' '' .and trancis J. worth IIIVt'PtiiJlttiOhl.'itii; II half bellow. It wns command to tin t.tHAIII.I4I1I.I': : 1871))

GENERAL DIRECTORY. om that'kl till li/ru."fll"I,1 hut Ii defendants reside at Montreal aie adult ranada.;persons.Now .and nngry/ /growl at eiu-li other, bom of him cows to stand their ground, 111..0."But ... -

HOP; ami 1 greed the wol\es boimdei I tho bull has not made un attack .
; thnrvfme you, Alwvn F.. Holt fowls R.
U. 8. SENA: 'VORS. Ord ,'lien ,'s F. lioanou and Friiucls .1. ,.....khllr", uwny down the wind. The fulling our tip to this time. Will ho "stniuon M. Lane & Son

J, ]'. rallHferro . . . . Jaclrannvllle. are tiled ruiuired lu: thin: conn trt,appear liv: Wllllaiu to the hill II. .1 of. Drd noiiitilalnt:: :at the: huh of BIIJW limited theirlslon ti the defensive, und let thorn WIMH ,

a. U. Mallory. 1'Bimacola. flerk's nttle in 'jim' uteri lie. t'l,.rII.t. ou the Uili yards but a wolfs HOMO guides tutu him out?"

U. 8. CONORE8SMEX.Frank : day of January, A. l>. IIHHI.This IItll'1' he liei'omes. lillnd of old uiieVo "You wait. You sco how his tall Is 250 WAHlIINO'lOX[( HTIlKKf: NF.W YORK
urdor will 1 ho hI llnhnd week for
Cliirk. City.. eljrhtroiisftjiif ive wiicks pul, in the once!!...o1'iv TOAST AtiM'ATK >> "\ will go out this 'morning." said beginning to twitch) ? See tho new tin

$. M.Bparknian:: H. Lttiiinr' ... . Monttaulio.'lampa.Win. : pulillHliad at ritnsvllle Klorlda. the loader (>f tlio park patrol to hi* In hilt. eyes' 7Vatc'ht his! nock stiffen I II

OPriCE. Tho laud which thnpninpl" 'liti I nuukn to have men. "\e will go north east uoutl tell you there's n thunderbolt, I In tint Southern Fruit and Produce
U. 8. LAXO partitioned ilesurlhed as follows :
H. S. (Chnbh . . .l "itl.ter.W A strip N 71 I OUILIIIS wlilo lietWHUii I the limit, of und, vent. The buffaloes" will be 1 lylniup bull. Ho I had sires that wero gmi lIlt'."

U. nohln.nn.... . ?. .. ... .. .. .llecelvor.Ulllcen I>n. Oeo. W. II oh inn. ou the north, and that of lu the thii'kots In such storm", nit. Of n sudden 111<'1'0 was a bellow ot I
.. Florlila. i ehmirlo "'. Mist mi tIme south extending from
at Gainosvllle the Indian ltI von West to the center of tin "c Ihl this, tutu 1 the wolves will "bo hungry to anger and dt'lii ii'e, a rush on this pur I Oo :r.c.1.oo1.0Il.: : :: eroh.c.c.: .ts.
EXECUTIVE: DEPARTMENT.Viipiilimn county Una.l.*' to whtcii I, J ml ln..d a ;plot in the find them." of the bull, und\ through the whirling I .
II. Browaril. ""nor. rear I houuilud' south l hv Inllll..1 ,'h irles f'. .\f.ist.
: tIme above and laud of ll to W. They went In pairs, the Htrong mu\ blowing snow the patrollrrs saw tlio
set o
H. (lay crawror 1 . .Sucretary nt State.W. hv : sirlp FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.
V. Knott. . . . .. Treanurer. Holmes I north: I hv 1 imimi of harles 1.. Nichols, hardy men who bravo the HCHHOIH t>) body( of one of tho wolves tossed 1 lilgl
. . . . . ami west liy land of A, F. falrhauk ; liidmr situated -
\V, II. .Kill. . . . AttorneyOeneral.AlnnznC. life In the grout park net usld.; lu ulr. They moved nearer, but the
I It In tlin protei-t
troom.. . .Cuniutroller.H. (said 1 strip an ;plot ndjolinnic re.ir)
K. MrLiii, .. . .CinninliHliiiior. A grituItIIre.Iloliuway : I in Sect immims fi and 'II, of Township :i4 rt., It""lle for the nation uwuy up where the wu rushes of .the bull scattered time snow :-41..l1ollla. CUIIM| and our qnoratlonn fiirnlnhed on npllcatlon.!
W. M. .. . . .IIUI.t.l'lIhllo InNtructlDii.J. SI K, .nd oimtaliilnit tn.ll acres more or li"..
'oM whirlwind would .and ut In-
tors of tlio lUutI.ly1I..oUl.1 are un ( us only
CIIIToril It. Forter..Adjtitant.Geuerai. Also the south live (o) micros of lime Houthwest iof ---
,Fohn Hrailfuril. ., . . . .Burvejor-doneral. the AoiithuiiMt H of !Section Al, Township, I i ZIII. us tho Arctic ocean und us cleur us tervnls could they catch sight of 'tll-
It. .:. Komi. . . . . . . .. . . .Htate Clinmlilt.brnuat KaiiKUdK E.iI': ceiitmn: a strip one" rod" wldo olf Hailed and ussnllants moving IIIH>ut. '
Ainnx. . . state. Exaiuluur.Ottlces the south : ., salil tract. IHSS the I land, excoptmluoiitaluinu glass.
atTitllnliaBwiu, Florlila. {; ..' itrrex. .....hlluIII18 am situated The buffaloes would iiiive' ouly one "Have they downed him ?" wuausked MalloryLines

FLORID.LJoIHSr.TCRE.. IIr..vartl"Ul1l1lY, Florfdii.Done . enemy on suoh a day-tho Mg tlnibei 1111 tho noises' finally died uwuy.
anil ordered at the clerk's olll..t Tltusville
F. :M. IIiiilHnn. Miami. . . . . . . .Senator. , Florida, this lltn I dav of teuilH.r. A. 1>. wolf. Tho bear would wait for better "i.t.t tho snow ,"'ttl... Then1-do you _
C (0'. Olnmtaail. Fort I'lurre . R '|ir"Huntative. IMIII."e..1! weather to m-arch for his toni!. Tho HCP? That\ wolf lying/ there has u

SUPREME COURT JUDGES. of ..t. ,'t.) A.rlerk A. HTRWARf ulri'iiit ilium, ,It. Ill n turned their backs on eueh other, broken back ; the other Is limping away SPECIAL PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

M. H. Mahry . . . . . . . . Chief Justice. 1..8 By O, A. Stewart Deputy. iMurk.Itlll .' leuiud forward on their HiiowtthooH and on throe legs. Keo tho bull druw himself -
F. H. Carter. . . . . .. . . .Associate Justice.
B. F Taylor .. . .. . . . . . .. In thirty neeomls were hidden from up und Him It o his head und last I,in Host and mont thnifmffhly 0'1',11'1'.1 HluamNhlp' onhe coast
| | | puNKuiiKer
oiu-li ollier's fight. They knew tingroves his tall.I Why, mini I If t there had beei
itA ILROAD IMI8SIUsEnS..lolTer. : .
"CO
..," II. Itrowno, cIaIri'an..Key West tor Specific I'crl' oriiinuico the thickets, tho spots whk-1 six of them Instead of two ho'd have -NO OVEIICI1OWIINIII -

It. Hudson Burr . . . . .. . ..I.iltln. Itlver. n IK! Ifeilef.I tile buffalo would eek for shelter] and fought and won. Ho[ bus tho blood of 8TATKKOOMH: : AUK los IT1VEr.Y UUA RAN'rEED on thoae
. . . . .. . Klsidmiuee. I IMPORTANT
J. M. Hryan,. . . "
U. U.: Dunn, clerk. ... . .... .. . . .;\1"..lein.llea.tijiiartere they Hltlrted or passed, through sueh his sIres, und blood will always tell. ship, HH no tIckets will lie Hold to exceed the number berths,
.and office at Tallaliamwe Fla. cnici'ir COURT OP.. TUB SEVENTH I places with the stealthy tread of
or the Hoiitliic capacity of Dining Hull thus all Indlvidua
CIRCUIT COURT. Judicial! Circuit of _riorliU. III ami for lire. irllOHtH."Ilaikl. Time Last KnKll.l llucl. Inmirlnn pimnenKors -

Minor 8. Jones TituivIHe..CIrcIIitJtIlIira. 9arah vard(l.c luaaon ounty.an in
.1. C. Jones, Orlando!. ..,.. .. Prosecuting Attorney, _v ('I) a corpor Tho two men who had gono to tho least-wus fought In u field III :\Maldoi
MprlnpT..rm-Follrth: Monday I In March. thin liotli of Kan Uallle I'ASSI'SmmS: LKAVK JACKSONV1LT.K: EVEUY FJIIDAY.Sno .
bull rerra-Fourth Monday In October ( north halted In their tracks. with hum] hine hi u solitary part of Holloway li1M3.
o'lor..la."l'! Illll forHpncillu The district ,consilient ( Hchednlu of :Ship In Florida Tlmes-Unionj);
BREVARI) COUNtY COURT. to ear and Ib''n.A"' \ tho wlud !hail ncipulreil;
Walter McCardell, of Haltlniore. t'erforniancg
A. n. ponnoy,.. . . . . .. .. .County Judge.D. I Marvlilndf. ; Tlie I In- and Relief. brought tho scent to the wolf at: thu hilt notoriety from the event. It wntho
I,. IJanlilen Prosecuting Attorney. dianlUver ConimercJalCoin duel LOWEST: 1CATK.S: TO NKW YORK AND AM POINT: NORTH.
' door of his lair It also brought tho' fought between Colonel: KIIW-
A. A.Stewart:::::. :: :: . . .' .. .County Clerk.: : I pany, rnrpnatloii of the MO
Spring Tenn-Second Monday In May. State of Delaware and the menacing\ snarls of n boast of prey' to celt mid J.ll'lltelllllltlulI"o.l The for Including didlKhtliil\ DAYMOIIT\ MAIL, through the

Hummer Term-Second 1 Monday In August. Florida Ranch: J'luntatlo.i the expectant pa ti'oilers."Wolves liter was killed. The duelists wero Jot FAMOUS ":;Ir.A ISLANDS.: "
tail Term-Second Monday lit Novsmlwr. Company A corporation of
Winter Term- .. I
COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD. : *, "he attorney anil itollrltor for time "And lifter buffalo! Straight ahead !" LirMhet-K-lii-luw, having/ married two Through tickets noli! to nil not thorn point For full Information regarding attructlonM .

> It. Walker. Superintendent, . . .Titusvllle H rmnplainantfl;tail ntf I ills: belief I lice filed that I tIme an affidavit defendant I I In tblaf are;on real-re: The wolves hail followed thu scent t') sisters utTorutl by no other. line; diagrams, roH"rvatlnn, tickets, eto., apply to

U"lIlhe"-E.% II. Arnold, Malabar ; R. to:. Minis, I done of States. other than the Suite of Florida; Its "source.' A buffalo bull anil three or Tho coroner's Jury on tho Inquest rio ARTHUR
W. PYE. 214 West Sreet !
ilonaventure; J. A. Carter, Turnbull I, that the defendant Walter n. Mucardi!! ,In over four cows, scattered some dlstancnfrom turned a verdict of willful I murder. not Passenger Agent Bay Jacksonville, Florida
21 yearof aile ecu In a n-nldent of Italtlmore. in
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.R. :- the Suite. of Maryland( ; that the defendant The the main herd, were Hhelterod 1 up. only ugulnst Lieutenant Munro I bu ----

Walker.. A. Conkling Titusvllle, chairman; John R.THlinan Miot Indianola; Wm. R.) Indian:::: Inoorporated Itlver (..omninrHal under: time Company Laws ,I;, acornoratlon the I Stateof lu n sinuir grove on the bank of a creek.. against i tlm seconds a 1st,. The hitter, :E.:1'-: :: .: -:i'r: : ::I3 c:>': '::EIE: : : 5Ei.

I, (1'. Wooten, Cocoa. ; T. J. 'uckntt. I.... Delaware ou the III h day of >ov<'inl>"rt UNil. Tho 1 bull had come to his prime In tho however wero av, uittpti.\ I Horn (ovuil(

',ranKI>. and haft Un Imt-tlnesn. ctfllce with' the elaware. wild and rugged/ park lie wan not u od tho hands of Justice by seeking ref 1'1I01'l"!' :'iis. h.rtrAiii.iniii.ilTIMHM-
1(01(1IIar lenslona are held first Monday III eacb Charter iiiiarniitee anil TrtiHt Voinpany( at \VIIinliiKton. -,
.oon tn. UnlAware; and that The Florida Runuhanil I stranger to the grunt of the bear and. ugo iihroud.. I'our years later bo surrendered WIIISKIKH: WINICH, GINS ANI ) JUtANDIKH.

REV ARD COUNTY OFFICERS.A. i'liintiitlfin: Company :In a corporation InnoriHirated tInt snarl of tho wolf. They had men- to take his trial at tho OlilHulley --- ---- ----
under I the Law* of the State of HotitdUukota
T>. Penney Titusvllle;. . .. . County Jmlji on tlie huh clay of Janiinry. A. J). 1'HM': cod hint many times, und many times He wile found guilty und sen Expross PrepaId. Lamp's Beer.
1> I.. riaulden, Titusvllle :. . . ... .Pros Att'y and baa Its bimlnenH oMlre at ituron. In time he had defied them though It had never fenced to ilentli. He howuvl'r.IOU'OlllCty I'er IRma.
A A. Stewart Titusvllle. . . .County Clerk. County of llaftlfl Htt* if Hotirtt Uakota. and wns Flail (11I1I.t lIIea,,".... 4. (its 0 (III 1.1lltll: .IM.a" lI..e' . . . . . . . . . . .. .. . . 1 its
P A. McMillan, Fail Hal 11... . ..Tax Assessor.K. , urthnr that thtra lr not In the HtAM of Florida come to open attack. Until Wolf unit recommended.I to mercy, still I Jlllntlr'IC'llIhHyo.! . . . .. . '2M""fI'7no .:"tr"J'lIle. .. .. . . . . . . .. . 1111N..I"
:. W. Hall Titusvllle... . . . ..Tax Collector the PreNldent, Vliui-preHldeeC or other head of bear appeared\ to have un intuition that the sentence was eventually, commuteil I .... ('.IIIIly lIy8. .. . ... lii .1 411 7 OIl .14Saiianui. . .. . . . .. . . . . .. . .. . . . l'lUM''Il'1t1U
John Henry Titusvllle. .. .. . .. . .. Treasurer either of said corpuratlontt.' or tho caMliler or icy'. . . . . . . . . ... ., 4/1f'/ II ''H' itlalt. eani. dllrk. . . .. .. . . .. . .. I lit
r R, Walker) Tlt.isvllle..SLilienIliteiiiIeuit.' treasurer secretary ..r K..noral manager;, or the buffalo was under mini's protection tu tweho months' Imprisonment.Tho ilmitmimue ..44.' Rye . . . .... . ..:1711 "W 1'lIf'' ('umimliricer. lmimhmiirtimil' . . . . . .... .. . ... 11011
I ti. .Fries litui.vllle..ounty Surveyor. .any dlreotor of e .1.1 Ill-own Tlt.n.vIle! .. . . . . ... .Sheriff. tniHineHN accent renldlnir In Jtrevard county Malt Wiulmiu.v .. . . . . . . . .II 70 5 leu II 1If' (lUiiiumee ""41uiit. 1.lnt. . . . ... . .. .. . .a :its
W 8. Norwood Tltusville..Registration OllleerTITUSVILLK In either of HAid corporation' or any agiMittrannurtlntc With the scent coming stronger ut was foug:it |IN Itl) longer solitary. A Pi.iti.ii lirauumly.. .. . . . .. . . . . .:1 70 a 'II it Ill'
TOWN COUNCIL. t.>ul neim fnr either of nald corpora* every jump tho wolves at length broke wl'le thoroughfare, known us the Aimhile utremlily... . .. . . . . . ,a7 ft'", UIIO Bulk Goods Jugs F ree-N 0 t
thins In time .tHteof Florida nor any other prr- : )1".1..1'11.. . .. . . .. .. . . .. ., SI" ..211 7 m PrepaId.t .
t:. E. Rollins mayor; Van Worley.manlbal and Mon In the Htate through the dead" Vinos and stunted coda Ilrecknoi road runs through It, and a (liii . . . . . . . . .. .. ii '
tax collecti R. It. l'ylo. clerk and treasurer )I.Iuhn ) ujMiti whein would hind either of ahl corporation rs to IIml theumulveit upon their prey. rlllu ground I lu-thu itt. I tlio I BrecknockArms Carollma Conit..u; met : :=: 7 III: "" ./10 I..r n..I.-lIye. (lie. ( "rn. U..I Ur..le_
Henry tax assessor ; .1. It. Walker, f. A. or cletenilant, Walter 1$. McCardell. 1."ta'I.. Iimriu . : :. : . : : : :a7) 40' 1IIIf' "" .. : r (4ai.-Ite, UIII, Corim. JI...... SimieJanmai.mu ,
Morgan, J. L. ('arruthers \V. H. llrannlng and In front of the thicket was un OlOUII"lo.le. appropriately' Indicates tho plucowhere . . . tulsuity.,
Now/ thiTff"re, the said Walter II. 1I1'Card..lI. Jt.imm . . .. .. lull 4 itO I 28
I'. II. Prltchard ooiincilnii-n The council ineots The Indian River Commercial company: a mnporfttlon . They palmed hero for u mouieut till (final I shot was Urud.-Cham- itieti: :furul Km.: ,:. 75 5 45, u, sin .11,01)/ I.er U..I.--R7". (Iii,. Corn, Run Jle8Cflra"e
tint Tuesday each month. anil The JI"flrhl..llanr.h and "IlantatinmmCounpminy to the and isuauiuly : : : : : : : : :.: : : : : : : ." 711 II 'H' UfI() ..I.'H'I..r r"r'bo tll..IIlr
plan attack they 'ti"
as horn'Journal.
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Rylt. and
T1TU8VILLK HOARD OF TRADE. a cnrixirtitlun are ro'I"lr..1( to uppenrti King .f K.lf'ky, Jlnllrh"n. : : ..J 70 ft "I II 1If' Anile
the nlil niHil. In the alnive entitled planned they whined und snarled iiudgrowled. Pure. IIb.ry "r Auigolioie..4 /CI ill IIr..yI..lIlIwe.1 hy Ag.
n. M. Rohhlns ),"e..lllent.I.; M. I) x..n. tress- ranne at a 7 04) SlIM) Ier' U..I.-VI..t..rl.. Itie, tlllcial Drops
Jrer.J. U.Ult.. secretary. Meets second Wednesday the < lerk'n OtMre of thU Court In TittmrlllH, They did not want to have WnniiI-.t Mrrvaat.Good .ort..ett' allowed 011 all goomis: III saumas 'rlre. KYII. MedIcinal. (11l..llty.
Florl la the 4th of ]m4Miittt
Monday day
tiMn(
night In each month at their rooms.
A. Ii.:1'NJft.andilefend aald milt, otherwUe aeldbIll : anything to do with the bull. The ('OWIIwert servant are much III demand -

will he taken afMlnttt them as confeHned. } not fighters und their tlesh win Washington ns well us In other oltli I := 'O-I HVm.t AclRIIIH Nt. .JncksolIrliIe, Fla.4tB .
It In further orders that notion hereof tie
WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS, given by publishing thin order with as little olelay moro tender. If they became fright- 's. :\lrM. U. had seurcheil long und .

tackle an may be. once a week for four conneuntlveweekn eiml ut tbo growling they would make vainly for 1tllh'11 g-iod general I servant OS:
Patented all countries. Only
la In the KAT ('nA..T Aovm-ATF, a new .. :sz-C- & OO.IT. .
block of the kind lu the world. Fit- paper pnhllMlied at Tit 0"" ,1111. Fl rltla.. and that .a bolt for It and separate. a colored one, und nt lust In within twenty. cayn] from the making hereof that Tbo bull had caught sight of his enemies nil" stopped AH elderly colored IUD 'v. R.)' lit.. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.tt4IPULLQT8. .
ted with the \Valton-Vlnton Roller a copy be pmted at the 'loon of the Court Houne
In TltUHvllle. Florida I ami rumples Ii. eon; hy UM tbey broke ,"O.er. He Ileverlutul wiiuiiiii vilio looked an If she rnlglit
Bearer. Useful In any place where nall.o each, of the dnfendantti. at the renpectlvfladdreHMM nceii a tlmlwr wolf ut such closeiUurtom. lime been ciii of the antebellum hoiisirscrvnnt
hoisting i III done. With these block. and residence* given in the nald afli
davit. Hotuethlug told him that they *. und tln-ri-fore n rellublo one, 1 1p

one man can do the work of two. Ihmeand ordered. at the Clerk's Ohms at TI. were hungry und desperate! and that and! mudu known, her pti lutimi. .

Thousands sold in tbe north Call tnflTllle 1'1f1II.' Klorul, in is SEMih day of October, A. Ji. they would! attack. lie gate a shiver .'I w u nt u girl uho U trusty and, u p IDR. ;, '20J'4

and see them la working order at this [Seal of Circuit Tnnrt T A. A. HTKWAUT, of apprehension and almost started to good 1 ('001,. I am willing to put outmost

office or tbe store of Jas. Pritchard A: 11-4 Clerk Circuit .onrt ly O.; IIreys A.MrKWAHT.I count!, *Florltla.. (i.Kplleplli's flee. Then tile !.IIII xxl of bin siren cam of our Inimdry work nnd to give

Son TltuHvllle.i urging through him. They had fought fair WII!:<''i, but 10 far I haven't been

the wolves of the prairie the waive of able to PDgjgo one" said Mr*. II.

IIUil flan fu Obtain llrllrf the timber the lions of the foothills. "I)on't yoij know of dome one whom Iran "U '

.t t." If you .n. tAt gal the I'mti rli4 rc.io.ti: bl.I'bl'f'n rci-olr Many had been pulled down after along get?" ,

::. ,:3g. b'""" recline: for .t! pit of.u ti 1'1..1.| ". .-.ItJl,-' ,- v.'ho h.isIni'.i bard buttle but not oDe bad .. '1>1'1'11, uo. lady. I don't." was thus 1zQTsLt i6'QT _

.4..,'I.,' sour labor and ffyftfi.W: r d.I. :,; thrm v.h I .'i.: ",>i.. Iowa amiNfhnirik.1 ever turned tall and run away. Witha answer. I

: ." ..\,0. (;,t you your cant(round afford : : vii thf pilot: of n rullromlfiitt'.uif call to stand their ground and with "Oh dour," ..1&:1..1 l :Mrs. n., what $4 .9 l p '

a.ail$0, plant anytblni taut .-.;::: / to ,' 1)1' h he tlfJ hlLiwIf! wlii-o bead and tall up and eye beginning to ,ball I do?" '- __* ________

no btio wailooking.. HU54 -pm-lal iL.!: burn, he dashed out of bin covert to "I duuiio fuh shuw lady, leis'o, you a-

F1RRYSSEEDS l)'utih from SIoUX 'lty.. I*.. I', the Chi begin the battle. II. had bulk and be 1I0t'f1 an I bun to-hire a white woman." VP1'1, I

CORO 1euoru.lIurnItI.! Themyitory wu must have freedom of movement The Ltpplncott'a. I.

solved! tli* other ilujr. I'lfKujf: an p|> wolves aurprlaed by his sudden attack, _ Cs.* I . 114 -

lepU lit tiitiilutr/ at 1'luUiTlew Neb." gave way. but they did not go tar. Man ...] III* Fellow 0.1.... P1 _:_ 4; ____1irf; ___
-.IM..ndaroI.tt.... )_ra' tlx- finn Ix-KtceU; to IM allowed to tie k
..... '1 b"J' siw7. prudac.Ia. "Now we shall see a fight worth talk- Man l III onn of some two million
I. ..,d himself on the cowcatcher of an eu- of said
.u.tcvo log one of the patrollera a. specie of plant and animals existingon ti .
... All iksi.u ..U He raja be can find relief from
glue.
.b..... Our I4s : both took ponltlou of vantage. "The thin planet but In the extinct life .
.4 .. ....1 epllepnID no other way, but that after r,
_ ....u_ hundred mile wolves are big and hungry and cunning of the world It U probable that there -

O. M. Fusmy 00.DaTT. riding flfty or a on an but If the ball U not the lIOn of were twenty million ipecle*.-London

'OM. engine be. ba* a tew days of peace. !&U ratber: w. will kllj bUn CoT a cow- Po t. .. "trentAI for the ol'but lirewlna Co.











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JAMES. PHITCHABD President: W... M. BROWN, -
WOMEN TEACHERS. PAYING FEES TO OFFICIALS. Vk-Pr".lde,,!' nt,
I'' EAST COAST ADVOCATE WINSTON S. BHAHNINO, Cashier.

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.Estererlatthel'OsWateeat'1'Itrm.vllle A bulletin just-issued by the tie. The following,clipped from the Miami Make Your Grocer
RIVER
STATE
: partment of commerce, bureau of Metropolis, refute to a former popular INDIAN BANKCOUNTY
Florida, resident of 'vllle-Judje:( JIM. T.
census of the United States con. I
1' Becond-cliim matter. Guaranteed J
f9 an tame some very interesting infor Sanders: Give You DEPOSITORY.

I'' the increase of the "The stand taken by Municipal Judge
A CHABLBH H. WALTON, Editor publisher.W mation about
4 female' teacher and the decrease of Senders at Thursday night'H session of I Authorized capital $1, oo.coo

i( a .KLT JOOBMJkL" D.VOT D TO THB DBVBbOPMBHT the male teacher in the land. This the Miami city council, In one with few Cream of Tartar 1 Paid up capital, - s.,5.000
or run INDIAN" BIVBB. LA KBWOBTH I Average !
*; Yltt has/ been found to be uniformly precedents. But few men, no mattorwhat deposits, $2Cuooo
'I AJID' BIBUATBB" BATIBCTIOH ,
I II their vocation la life ;
' true of all sections of the country. position or ,
;11 It, Dlnoontlnuuii.'e of ad.t". must he made pert .- While the increase in number of would urge I legislation by which I they i __ Transacts a General Banking
I ..ally thin, cilice or bjr writ lug. teachers per l,0001nhttbitanas has would bo'IIIBBIH financially, simply to Baking Powder
f - -- rn.uilniii clean record and his Easiness
l been greater in the United States keep acts ;
Cheek,eto., may t>n mule .Sable to CHARLSCI '
free from cl'ltlclKm nnsauU on'
nnd and ,
i" Ik than in other its ten
I any country, I'k
Q WALTONpubllaher.
1 flli dency is greater than In moat! that account the deed wan one worthyof Largest and Oldest Bank on t lily! RIVer?

1'' MI + I I, nOa'fVmFFICxThe' branch Rimum nftlreof countries", to adopt the female the highest commendation, for It Alum Baking Pow- t ap V l d b Exchange bought and told ,, ( -'I'
I r' I 'I TUB KAsr: CIMIIT AD"'M'A r. l" .M !M Milkrrent.niul timelier. This increase of teach. showed true manhood cud an Intention 4' Countries
t oh t t/e In chlu"| <>f Mr. Carl I I'. Mrllnwe.Jtd'Y" .. e
F t (. who will make ad"erU"lnK| ccmtrni. for tlilnpaper. ,. era has doubled in the United to do what wan light by and for the peo ders interfere with t ' > Patronage appreciated. Promttraatmimt ,.
5 i States in two decades, but still the pIe. Judge:( Sanders opposed the paying ,anil every favor< < ii-i,,, raA !,
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y' tl i t nr' In writing) to the Anv'W'ATK, for Inform. United States has less teachers according or fees to city ofllclals along with a stated digestion and are un- r CORRKSI'ONDKM bunking K' u,
y'tt'' &IoutouVktud.thgwrltcrwIUohlttohyenclue.-: saUry. Ills argument' was obivotiH and 4r
,. to inhabitants than England ;
l+, > a lag a .tallll'"lI.addr",1' envelop qv fifn f. Empire Trust Company, N.K&SSHJ ., ,
h but more iharrGermnny Italy, Intention sincere. He showed where healthful. \
Florida Hunk and Toast t' d| i
4t: I f Addrais all onmmnnlcatlons to Canada and other countries. Un. the paying of a fee was wrong and the I
''bl,4 EAST COAST ADVOCATE!:, complimentary to certain sections embarrassing: position In which It placed Avoid the alum. 'hl'1"UIL.L FL.A.

1 I TITDSVILLB FLORIDA I ____ __ ___ _
In the couth, the ratio of increaseIn the court. here U no doubt but Ills

the number of teachers has not argument and contcullou nan right, andIf et). 1-: ]D) <> ]E3 JE3: ][::r\.T s.

} C. Department of Agriculture kept step with other divisions, butus there were. mOl'8 men filling offices, In (Successor to Dobbins III'OH.)

ik ? I t Weather ISurcHii-Jupiter! ."Iu'The to the ratio In the increase of city, county, otivto and national affairs of Gviv: zLnc1 :r.. c> c :E:. .slvta'x'1a: : :

female teachers about on a par thl calibre, public tumtH would cease Badges, Checks, Door Numbers, Stencilo Tinnlt and Locksmith> i iUKPAIKINU _
!' 1">, following is a oomparative.tate. with any of them. Still the sonth- to be the great lesouiccH for graft and Consolidated Fruit Co. -- OF GUNS AND REVOLVERS A M'ECIAI: I I",
I ment of temperature and rainfall for the ern states have more male teachers corruption they areto-il.iy. Judge Sanders Gun and Revolver! parts and keys at wholesale. Trunks and Valises, I "

Ifflt1 41HLI week ending-1005DATK. Tuesday- Nov.-jsl,tlIH-11)05.) In proportion to the whole than has shown that he Is filling\ office for 224:. Alain st.:; Jacksonville. Fla.

the benefit of the people and the Interests ---- -- -
/ 1 MAX. MIN MAX. MIN. any section. West Virginia has Distributors of- -- -
I is: 78 r>7U 7t ;im3: 48.2 per cent. <>.f mules, which' Is he serves, and, like the honest man
t } 10/ 77 < 7U (ilOt SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
)' ; 'I '+ 17 77 IHI) 78 the highest In the country, and he Is, wants only that remuneration to TIII

'1 18 HO llli i 77 711 10 8-J: 70 75 II:3! lowest. It has been found that in citizens of Miami respect and admire ,
a II I. 20 HO 08 78
21 81 (,8 78 07 the of 80 while in NIO.
Total rainfall for the week: .ifl; degree per cent., Grapefruit and -.--
the country and( small towns theyare For Sale Cheap. ..-
Departure from normal rainfall for the
fug, y week: minus .1)7) Inches. Departure found to the extent: of about Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.,..,

from normal rainfall since January 1, 59 percent, On account of my lofts being crowded, Fancy Vegetables
minus 3.OH/; inches I will sell CJIUAP.: 100 pair thoroughbredScjiiiib Offices foot ot Hogan Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Teleph< N., 1114
IB' HAL. 1". HAICDIN, Observer.Vfr. .
A REMEDY FOR WHITE FLYF. Bleeders, or about 200 young J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.:(
birds that will breed in three or four
: acknowledge receipt of a months. Address - r
{ 4 I). Waite, of Palmetto, Fla., writingto ,
.1i'I t Thanksgiving proclamation from the Florida Agriculturist, says : J All. McCOMJI, JR., CAR LOTS--LESS CAR LOTS The Olilent. Established Grain and Seed House in 1 ill, :St.-,,,

Governor Broward.p 11.2
Pompano, Fla.
Two years ago I mentioned In my report -

before the Horticultural Society WHY USE OLD STYLE BLOCKS: "V\7'rc.:: : A.. Sours: dc Co.
Wilto for
NEXT Thursday i is Thanksgiving; that we had found a tree in one of our when- the best pnitlculars,
1 ;you\ can buy Self-Lock- .
>r Day-and do not forget the turkey orange groves which had been cleanedof .
Tackle Blocks the
Ing at nearly name
GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN
tli, and cranberry sauce the sooty mould by common snallH. price. :Now in use In the United Walter Hawkins Genl Agt. L i SEEDS,
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; This year they have spread} to about 100 States and
Army Navy Departments.
HUNDREDS of copies of the trees, and are In other groves/: In our vi. Examine them at the ADVOCATE ofilce Stole 228 Went Bay street, Flour, Grits Meal and Fertilizers

u j ? ADVOCATE are now pent, weekly, all cinity. In company with Prof. E. II. Tltusville. ) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 200 Ea Day Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

I over the North and South. Now bellaids we made an examination of the __ _ _ _ _ _ n _ ___ ___
I'' I is your time to get your ad. in this nulls and their work. We fOUDlL them Catalogue/ Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. L. R'y. and A. I' T., !IKMeMurray .

r t' if have sell on the tree trunks, on dead and live
j 'l paper, you anything to Lorillard :Boat Co.
4 rent or exchange. twigs, leaves and fruit. The tree, often ,

i' I eq ,,4. _ _ _ being cleaned, hint a bright, clean trunk
p 1 i and glossy foliage an. If varnished. The TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. & Baker

i t t PEOPLE: arriving from the North null, In their work, seemed to be after
I Indian.Ilivcr Boats Bought Sold and Built to Order
on are delighted with
the sooty mould, and leaves a deal of the
the beautiful weather 401-413 Cast nay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,
we are now
brown and red which
GM1' fungi preys upon
? I having. Of course there are a few the white lly. :En.gic..es:: :: Irssta11od.: -Makers and Jobbers of-

b 4 that say the weather i is to warm ; They seemed to have oaten off what. Representative for the T & :M.. Reversible Oanolene Engine:( 1>J.u. to 25; home power.

._ but the majority enjoy it. ever coating tit sooty mould had accumulated The only engine of the kind In Florida and the beat on the mamket.Debinoy Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material

_ over these fungi. Homo think _ ___ __ n _ __ _.___ ____ __ h_ ____ ___ __ ___ ,
?1 li' OUR store windows are being they are destroying the scale and white Altents Ajfents
ttF'' 'j l n4 decorated for Christmas, and a lly eggs. We did not find} any live 11} RONALD & FISKE, r.eStRndRrrl Saddlery Rubber Tlies.

y'' better and more beautiful display pUpil on the lower part of thetree 2 Cycle Engine 4 Cycle Engine; First-Class Repairing and Painting Etc. Etc.
(U I II. P. FLORIDA. ,
1'a'to. COCOA 11:! to 300 It. 1' .
of which examined but decided this
holiday good was never before we we
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: i M wA1 seen on Indian River. Watch the wan owing to the great quantity of .
I Ian ads of our go-ahead storekeepersin brown and red fungi piegent. This season .A.rt.JN"EJ:: EN"G-XN'"EJ SU"F-E'zJES: : : :: : : 'rXTU"S"'V"JLLEJ:: JL,j: ; v RY: ST1173L .

the ADVOCATE columns.! Tltu has been ah Ideal one for the aprend- -XJnrCl.: aroWE -

jf11, ? S Y! ville is surely up-to-date this sea. Ing of these fungi I, being wet from the CARRY TilE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MARINE HARDWARE FEED AND SALE P 2 SADDLE: 1JIIHSE ,
son in the matter of Christmas and bet of July to the tAt of October.As OV__'_ TILE EAST!' OAS'ro_ ____ __ < *
tt' I: New Year presents the nail preys upon vegetable life Acme No. 10 and Climax No. U Dry Batteries, ,Switches" Spark rings, Spark Colin, ...ST ABL1< S... DUGO I ES.
Wire, Timers, Spaik Gaps, Detachable Terminals, Pocket Ammeter
i 41g and seems to take particular I A NEW boat has the sooty mould, we shall distribute lor, Steering Wheels, Sheet Urnns and Copper. ; Copper, Galvanized and Wire Nails {
company started
Ij in Tituaville called the LorII- them through our ryes for If we can, Write for Catalog-no TRANSFER, and TURNOL I j.. n'
OUR PRICES ARE LOW AND OUR GOODS THE BEST.
by their aid, clean our fruit and trees

tt II fll lard Boat Co. The principal in during: the summer and early fall, it will _______ ___ ___ n n ___ __ _________ _ __._ ___ __ __ _ __ HAULING ETC. / ..all kind.
1 the firm ia Air. J. Lorillard, Jr.,
i I 'ff Have the expense of spraying) :(early In the KOCKLKDOn.
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; nephew of the lato '''well.known a'. 2VI. Ostloctxx
season and washing the fruit when
.T multi-millionaire, 1\Ir.l'lerre Lorillard TITUSVILLE.In rear of Robbing' Law Office FfOMDA'
I ; who owned the palatial hou gathered.
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f r boat Caiman, which formerly cruised ,
R color 00 days earlier and make two sUes: FLORIDA.
on the Indian Itiver and Lake J
' J Worth. larger fruit _
4 Now, the question Is, If the snails can ENTIRELY: RENOVATED and MOOEItV! TriROimiTOITT. -
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be propagated in all the white fly districts

WE: ore in receipt of a copy of or only near the coast on low lend WANuwiwCo1i1PALATE
It U situated in an Orange Grove, and In the heart of the garden spot of Florida
Editor; Claude L'Engle and Cartoonist .
A sub-tropical region:( on the bank of the famous Indian River
,I ; ; A. Taylor's new weekly A CAMEO, PARTY. A 31r"LA O
paper, the Sun. It makes a good

showing, for it is full of interesting Tuesday' afternoon Mrs. A. D.1'enuey CUISIXE SAME AS AT ELRF ION HOTEL, ELBERON N. J. 1MO
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reading matter. Well, we wish and tiles| Dais; Brady, of Titusville,

y I the new publication every success, gave:( a"Canieo" party to the ladies of Boating: Hunting, Fishing, Orchestra, Etc.Rooms GE B x C mC

4 and hope the /bun will continne to the Progressive Culture Club, and to with or whiting bntUH. Rates: $:.1.00 to $:>..OCloJ
I J H A shine for many years to come un. their friends. The participants In' the MATERIAL

p der the management of Messrs. contest were not exactly practice, con I JORDAN Also Manager of EI.BERON HOTEL,
J"":ngle and Taylor. sequently the shape some of the animals V. IVlgf.. Elberon, New York. -
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CONUUCIIUN! }FRANK Ct.AKK line specimens of the art, however, were
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A"h :23ardware: : stoves Oils Ocklawaha
tb pacts to go to Washington, I). C., those of Mr. Louis Brady and Mrs.Jacob The Nurseries.

i'' d I this week, to look after the interests I.orlllaril. It seemed for n while that I'AIXTS:- CROCKERY, GLASSWARE!, ETC.

; .i of his constituents in the Sec Mm. Brady wouhl win, but Mr*. I.oril-

Congressional District of Flori lard's camel never having lost Its Identity
da. Mr. Clark will remain in won for her first prize, a very pretty Do not sell trees cheaper than they can be had from other nurser" Mil
i i there Is a certain amount of protection for Florida who want "> ironiial
Washington through$ the session of band-painted cup and saucer. The conno growers
l 9 t Congress, so he will have H good ]at km prize was awarded, by the draw. \. duce order a tint-class from fruit in buying trees from us, for they can get lust

opportunity to note the dilference log of lots, to Mrs. F. A. Morgan I' they us. ,

t I in the "cold_ snaps' of the capitol Miss Daisy Brady, the young/hosto, ft_ Trees Positively I True t to N ameUto wbatyallwantaodyolI\\'an-.m.
,, ,. coadltmao
city, and those which visit "Florida.' In the absence of Mrs. Penney cared for Is ? ''1'. 4 "ull ,rr W r come to YOl1ln first class:
rilE
y Yon also want them free of WIIITK FLY, and want BODY TO
h Success to you, Frank. the pleasure of everyone and ministeredto you
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{ f BUD and
their wants most nbiimlnntly. Refreshments M > tl GOOD ROOTS.

of tartluoM, olives, fruit salad 1 Our trees! have all of there good points In their favor. In fact, they J ai'0'

1 GOVERNOR FOLK, of Missouri, has and plenty of good punch were served .. .q- 70 : tllli as good an SCIENTIFIC METHOD- OF CULTIVATION "

i i, been caught in the net of accepting and much cujojeil. FERTILIZATION CAN MAKE: THEM.: They are the best. ,
a "' '' I a bribe in exchange for" pardon From the brlghtneM of this occasion Our new, Illustrated Catalogue! with valuable cultural notes U free II"

""jv t The prisoner was sent to jail for the guests were ushered Into the tlnrk- you write U8 fur It ?

h t t, t six years for false registration, but ness of a stormy night, but they cRrrlelllIo.1 tn O'QV. Connor> : :Jrc:>p.
4 a I does not seem to have understood : cheer as they wended their way ___ mss: _ r+9wrs ri5 'R.uzrb TANGERINE, FLA. ,

$ what he was doing. His wife,' 'home, and to the writer's mind came -
with her three children, came to .
ti$ these familiar: : words:
( see the but he still
governor was "Away with sorrow and the sigh,
u ''I In doubt. The prisoner's five year. I Heaveu's rainbow are unfurled,

t old. daughter approached( him One star dear In a stormy sky p. -.t THE ADVOCATE OFFICECARRIES
1 t JOB PRINTING
and
timidly said : "If you let my May light a lonely world."
i' papa go I'll give,you "kls>1." The

governor replied a trifle huskily : JOn PRINTING of all kinds done at '\
a ; rtit''' "All right! little girl you stall take this office, at reasonable rate. Give Walker: :Hardware: : : Oo.,, "a t
} THE .ARUEST STOCK OF STATIONERY I.V TUE COtI
j k him home with you." us share of your work. TITU3 ILT.E, FLORIDA.

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;, K. E. Mlms, of Fort Pierce, wee vUlt- Are you a subscriber to the newsy
( .* Ing relatives and friend here this week. AOVOCATK ?
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Several of our gardeners are planting Aaron Hunt was ill with asthma; the FIRE INSURANCEand
quite extensively in the growing of let first of the week.

ii'. Newsy Notes Contributed, bv Om- Regular $ tuce. Rev. Mr. Kegwln was bore, Tuesday,

: : Corps of East Coast! Correspondents. .* Harry Roberta and (h. Nolle spent se\- on church business.
oral In Titusvllle last week and l
.' days
Kev. Wm. }. Hall Is attending Prosby-
.... . this, aa jurorti
.AA S 55 SSflSflSSS Ssss A A AAA. .AA tory at Miami this week. to
...nnnflflflwflwflflwfl' vwwvwvvwwvvwwwwvvvvvvv are prepared give
li. Hooker Las returned from his biml-
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Sheriff Jos. 1' Drown wus in town on ,
ness. trip to Savannah, Civ, and la now
send all communications I Eau Tuesday, l looking< up jurymou.
;yPlease Gallie.SA at his orange giovo place in this village.C. .
i nod Items for publication to "Kditor, Fred Baldwin is doing Home mason I
T. and wife of Cocoa ulxo '
CogKln ;
work at Fronteuao this week.
AiivocAi::, Titusvlllp, Fla. their RiandMOii and grandditufthter! are PROPERTY OWNERS

('. HODOHOV( -VllMtHUH. AND SUROFON. located at the oott.igo In their bo.xutiful Quito a large delegation: of I Indianoln:
:y We cannot guarantee to publish'I hun (Jail!... )Hoi
I Items that do not roach this office before shipped, Williams wad hero last week, visiting -
Summer "oat her during the week.
I coon on TIlUr daSII. past I L. C. Uraunlnj;, of 'Tltusvillo; and W. his parents, Mr. l\uol1l1r8. II. 8.: WII-
Trtickeia are wanting rain In this' Uiuld I I, of tt Augustine, were recently in liams.Tho.

dlstilct.Means. our hunting grounds, and nooureil the
Will Now Hocklodgo: hotel Is undergoing -
respondents oblige tia by
tho Florida
j writing the n.traes' of people and places will te; shipped this week from state full limit law.ot eIUlll11\lIo\\'ell by thorough repairs) before the coming
Tropic and .
adjacent points. opening.Chatles
a, plainly us possible ? the possible
Will J. Stratum and Miss I'.einlco Stra- '
The launch' Comet Is on Hodgson'swajs Apploy has rented Sunshine
loan of West P, lm Ituach In Mlms I .
were
this week being overhauled. cottage from the owner, Mis. K.: A.
from Thursday until Sunday. lending/; Challield. best at
Melbourne. Capt. Bennett Is looking for a now the funuinl of their grauduiother, Mr .

gas motor for his. launch, Baby Hoche ter. Ch.imbeilia. Miss Paulino Mima, a dimming young
l.vly of Elliott: (! is visiting ho uncle 711
ll., ,
The steamer Canaveral is still bring Mrs. J. It. Ch.unborlin, n much respected protection the
l> K.: Minis aud family.
| KirllARO. OOODK.-Uoal Estate. Notary big cargoes of shell for the Eau U.illieatieeta. cltir.en and neighbor, paused to ,
I'ubllu and ("uvaVAII""r Aitunt for vKrna.UverjvoolaiHl ; C. H, Illbbs lost valuable horse '
that great beyond from whence no traveler a oil Y in
Lr \ JtnrtYoriFIi'e (
>n IiiHiiranpa roinpanleii. Hperlal attention John Edwards, galling master. for Pr. return. last Thursday afternoon. Saturday, by I locK-jaw, caused by getting .\ .
paid, to the Interests of. nonruHidoiits.Subscriptions Weld!, of the Canaveral Club, arrived The heartfelt sympathies of all tho oltl- a piece of glass in his foot. .. M \ fI!,

Friday last. xena of Mirvm go uat to the relatives in Mr, Uogoiti' big scow Is ou tho run boo I ,- l'f.I.d I. ,:."I' 1\\1/1\\/ \\II I .-

;-r- for the ADVOCATE:, Kev. this, their sad bet eavoment.Mrs. twotm .EILII Uallio and Coooa, and is a
the pink paper of the East Count, will be J. Millidge Walker and wife were C. N. Mlms, former resident of gioat convenience to the people.
guests of The Inn and Mr. and Mis.McMillan I
,
received at the Melbourno Postoffice.Jnpt. .
this who had been
on :Sunday lust. place, spending sometime Will iSclirol), of Decatur, 111., who has LOWEST RATES I
in (iaorgta: letiirrrod last week for
spent (lit! 12 winters In California, .
< Sam Martin I has l.itely' launched The shooting season Is on, and ducks the winter, biitigiuj her niece, Miss l Is hot o trying' past the Fbi hi" climate, and
the Urge launch he Is building fur lion galore aie being! brought into EMil Gallic Pauline Ml line, of I Oongl.isa: On., with it is lino.
(ieo. It. Lyon. by the various hunting parties. her. Miss Minis will spend the winter says .

here and at liomtventuro.C. Mr. amiIrll: 11. K. Hughes were visiting
John B. Lee h.is had his two lots Messrs Gaston. and Edwards, left for in
1. Aveiill
.Mr. and Ads. A. ou Mon
denned up and fenced, ready for other Tltusville on Monday IILllt, In Dr. Weld's J. Cocgin and, II J. Magrudor:( are them
day. Mis Hughes brought someveiy
Improven ?nt line yacht, the Wild Duck.Reports shipping their fruit this year through flue

A. H. Taylor and family, of Saugatuck' / from Tropic and other adjacent O.K.: I('.J.Porcher Association., general If agent all our of the oinngegiowera 1. K Paul A.j-oislmmous.Shares and! force of men have I LEADING AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES. I
that wanted
points i U
Mich., wrtto they expect to be lu their are, mln much ,
{ would do this wo could command boon busily engaged getting! ever) rhlng
Melbourne home in or vegetable crops will\ bo short. _
January.Mr.
the $400( ) piico for every box of at time New Hookludgu hotel In leudluess
and Mrs. Iliirbort Conkllng/ and Alex Near was In Eau Galllo: on Sunday oiangea,: we have. Wo have the Indian for tho coming season.'
liltlo daughter of Till last, he reports work In Fort Pierce River nod the Eastern. market
01'''", were visiting oranges
Mrs. M. Low, le and! her
friends Melbourne. List week as 1Iontifuianoi the town booming. want them., When you have anything charming Morgan & Walton
daughter, nf Benuingtou, Vt., aio now
for sale: and It Is good, the men who
\v. O. Wallace of Indiana" hits rented, Rev. John W. Walker will hold services suugly oiiHOouood in their beautiful winter ,
have -
the although
always even
from K. W. Goode, the Fountain height,: In St. John's church on Sunday eve the money buy home at Rocklndgo, wheie they mire
It U dollar box than
house on the river front south of town. 2Uth! at 7JO.: ) All are invited boats free.' other otanges. a It Is the a quality more wo have t linking niiiuy friends.Mr. =:'it-J-i11c, :ZETloridct.: = :

Perry Powell, of Wankpgan, arrived O. F. Paddison Is now owner of a fast anti we must try to get fair" prices for and Mrs A. L. Aveiill celebrated ,
tout week, and is now keeping bachelor's auto launch, and can reel oil' 15; or 18 such good, maikutablo fiuit tho thirtieth unnlversaiy of their wedding '=

hall at the Powell house, until the other miles an hour on his various business -- - -- -._-- on tiatuidtiy. A delicious dinner CoiiiiterlVltlnt tho (cuulne.

,membeis of the family arrive.L trips. /Son Lost. Motlicr. was solved. Ve scribe\ and wife wale The Walton
Koluy Jk: Co., Chlonijo", originated
A. Wood, of Plttsburg, Pa., arrived Mr. and Mrs.. Kuddiman. of New York, "Consumption In our family, and among thuguests Invited. Honey and! Tar aa a throat nntl lung

last Sunday night.: The other arrived In Eau Oallie on Tuesday last. through it I lost, my Mother," wiltua K.U. :. ------ teineily, anti ou acooirnt of tho great

members of the Wood family will shortly Mr. Kuddiman has a flno house boat in Reid, of lUimony, Mo. "For the Disastrous Calamity. Self.IJocking ineilr anti. popularity: of Foloy'a honey

follow. Eau Gallic. past live years, however, on tho slightest It Is a dinastious calamity, when you nnd Tar mutiny Imitations are ottered for

Capt. West, and a party of his friends Robert Gaston, one of Dr. Weld's sign of a cough or cold, I have taken lose your health, because Indigestion the Jtonul ne. Ask for Foloy'a Honey

from Illinois, left on Monday for a visitto chefs, !.. now on the Doctor's yacht, the Dr. King's Now 1IIMcovory for Consumption ; anti constipation h"vt> sapped I It itway. Tackle Block. nnd Tar nnd rofnup, any substitute olVor-
Fort Pierce' Palm Beach and Miami, Wild Duck. Mr. Gaston arrived on which has saved mo hunt Prompt lellef can bo had In Dr, Kings sal IM uo olhor prepeiutlon will give the
expecting to be back here Friday. Friday last. serious lung trouble." Ills. mother's New Life Pills They build up your digestive name Biuiafnotlon. It In mildly laxative.
death was a sad' loss for Mr. Held, but he Organs and cure headache dizziness It oootnlna no opiates and Is safest for
,
After spending several months at Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, Is having :I learned that lung tionblu must not bo colic, constipation, etc. Guaranteed ohlldien und tIni lout o per"r>nn. Sold by
Hotel Bellevue, to rest and recuperate, changes and ndltlons made to the'e t neglected, end how to cure It. Quickest at the lIed Cross: pharmacy 2io. the Kod CroHK) riiarmiuiy,'1'1 tLl8vll Ie, Fla.
A. K has End I'hl1l macy. The grounds are also ;
Campbell returned to Ki go- relief and cure for coughs ami colds..
land, where he has a line orange grove, being Improved.The 1'llco "illo and $1 .00; giirantcod nt the JOB
from which he will make large ship St. John's church entertainment, Kod Cross Pharmacy. Trial bottle fiee. FOR AIX KINDS: Off pm TIN() PINEAPPLE
ments of fruit this Hoasan. remember the ADVOCATE office
of this week, was. a success. This

Mrs. Qeo. M. Brown was called to function will bo reported next week '
Virginia last Sunday night by a message with full particulars. Georgiana. Fort Pierce.The CRATES,

from her sister, saying her mother was Capt. Symmonds is. still looking for

III. We trust that health will soon be the steering gear for the sloop Mattle U Will Welho of Miami la
visiting
!
lOHtored to Mrs. HumercckliouHo, who Tills ilel.iy interferes with the Captain'swork friends home this week, Ice factory l Is now turning out Ice Wit A PS '
has made a number of friends In Melbourne of commissioning the vessel. by the carload.

during her visit H here. Mrs. A. L. limner and Mrs. Lucy A. Mr. Keefer returned from Wabasso on
The St. John's church entertainment Bohnefeld, went to Cocoa on a shopping! Sunday evening. I 1111(1NAILS
posters were artistic and much admired. expedition Thursday. ,

\Ien IaNtSIxty/ In )nllger. They will be retained souvenirs. The Albert Sheriff T.cnnard kePt| busy arresting
Dr. !Murmon, of DeLand, was
notices were drawn by a local artist. violators of thu law
More[ than half of mankind over sixty down last week to see his aunt, Mrs .
yeUlIi of ago suffer from kidney and Fippen Adams, of St. Augustine, was Mary Mnnson, whit la ijulte' feeble. Heavy rain fell hero on Tuesday night
bladder, disorders In Eau Jallle\ last week, looking after Wednesday moinlng.W. .
usually enlargement
Mr. and Mrs.. A. I.. Hruner and their
the various Instruments
of prostate gland. Thla Is both painful pianos, etc.,
and dangerous and that needed tuning or other repairs. daughter, Misa Beth, went to Kau G.illlu Hradc'ook! of Sebastian, wan a xx::
Cure
Koley'a Kidney
last week lu Mr. Provost's launch. pleasant visitor to town on Wednesday.Mr. .
should be taken at the first sign of danger Miss Isabelle Burns was the guest of
as It corrects Irregulailtlea and has cured Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson, of Plnowood I Mia.\ May Bower and daughter, Mrs : I.eKlIs, representing the Benedict, THK: ")lONU"I CHATK.
old of' Rodney Jennlu hams and her little Pollock'o of Jacksonville was In this
many men thia disease. Mr. Lodge, last week. Miss Burns IK em- girl, were I1KST:: QUALITY WIlA I'S.
liurnett, Kock Port, Alo., writes: "I ploed In the }'ortD,1I1111 Hunk, Miami. calling oa Mesdames Hughes and Hullon town ou Wednesday.WThe .
muttered with enlarged prostate gland Friday morning. CEMKNT: COATED NAILS.
Rev. W. II. Jones of 1 Helen delivered

\Mrs. E. and
.ind kidney trouble for and. after Spiller daughter, \Miss
taking two bottles of years Foley's Kidney Georgia,: arrived Eau 001111" this week, Mr and Mrs.: Hughes spent a very two most IlIren'MUnlIt'rnwn"/ Keo our samples and Rot our prices' betore -
pleasant afternoon Monday with and last Sunday, In the Methodist chinch.l .
much to Mr. Mrs. Mr. We want
Cure I feel better than I have for twenty Splller'a joy. Spiller buying./ your orders.
Mrs. Averlll. Kev. J. U. Hawk went l arua confutations were lresent.Mrs. .
has been spending the In New >
>eais although / summer
I am now \1)1 years old. -Write us at Eau (Oalllo-
sold by the Keel Cross Pharmacy York state, in the city of Ole.m. for with home.them and took the evening train : Klopp anti Mrs.'' J. Wilkinson paid

- V. Volkes carried a party of friends Mrs. Copeland, of Quay, a visit on .Sun
out for a spin, on Sunday last, In his fast' Kush Helnlsch, of Newark, N, J hits day !\II'.. Copeland accompanied them S ;:-< XX
WEATHER REPORT. launch. Mrs.. Albertlne Treutler, Miss spent a most delightful two weeks vacation home, and la .spending a few days ut the
hunting and fishing, with Mr. county Heat *
Elizabeth Hornlk, Mrs.I Volkes, Mr.
Carter In the Thousand Island EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
TImetiucks
Redstone and others were on board, and S. l\Ileldlet.Jn, of hastings, and Miss
Bnev.. Jas. II. White, observer for also a number of gentlemen.A were plentiful( and were not no McClaughton of West Palm lieuch, wore
wild as they will be later In the Vmuxon.Mr. KAU OALT.IK!: FLA.
Weather Bureau ,
U, S. (Government.BUMMAItr married, In the Muthodlst rhiiirh. rtunlny -
northeaster In Tuesday :
heavy set on HelnlHch leturned to hia home Tuns-, - -, -
Foil OCT 1 no) ;;. last, with heavy showers. The nearest Uy. < afternoon. The contracting parties -

Ugliest temperature on 11 days. 87.0 approach to a gale this fall.\ arlived on the 10 o'clock train from the
Lowest. '' 23 03.0 Capt. Bennett had to return to Eau We are having the must delightful south. Nothing to Adjust Nothing ,
-- - -- -
Mean for the month , . TIJ.I; ) (nllie's hat bur with the Itocbester. weather Imaginable. There Is yet two A Card to Learn, Simply Shave
.\, >'iago mean for 2 J years . . . . 71.1 ; The Capt. attempted' to sail! for Titus or three cottages here that sic not READY'
"hullt.. is a I Mn IRS-!, ill) 0 vllle, hut was driven bark: by the northeaster rented. We have the very beat plane on This I. to certify thatch! druggists are ALWAYS
lowest" coH: "In 1881)\ 72Mall1f,1) of Tuesday last. the Kant Coast for persona wanting a aiithorlxml to refund your money If ALWAYS KEEN

: : ) In Inches. . . . ,., , 4.22 few weeks' quiet rest and recreation. Foley's Jnne1l1ocl Tar falls, to cure your I SAVES TIME,

Average for 28 yeaia . . . . lUll "I Thank Tho LorH'cried Good church, school, dally mall, boat cough or cold. It stops the cough and la claimed to tin the Flnoat Tackle 1 MONEY, and
throe times week heals
and the Prevents
a no suloou lungs. pneumonia that
'leatcat 2S: In 181'1)' . 21.S8' or Block In the World. To see It In to buy Buy
:cast .. > Hannah Plant of Little Rock toughs of any kind.Man'w . and will euro Incipient consumption. TEMPER
28 |nj! 01 . I CI Ill: It. aafety razor
:Availing direction of wind , NE AI'k., "for the relief I got from Buck- --- ---- Contains no ouUtea and is. safest for Thousand of them In imu tl.rouKhout\ /
"umber of len'a Arnica Salve. It cured fearful UrirensoiiauleiicNH chlldien. Ask for Koley's )Money) and that is not only alafety
clear (day . , . 21 my the North. Itnad toatlmonlala. from
". "fair . . , . 7 running/ sores which nothing else would la often aa great aa woman's. Hut' Thoa Tar and insIst upon having It. Stops those who mine them but a razor
.. and from which I had suffered for S. Austin Mgr. of the "Kepiibllcau the cough and heals! the lungs, !Sold by
.. cloudy . . " :j heal, of This ioaiI.lioiiing block iNiimdeln I rloua .
.. "days with rain. . . . 13: 5 years." It Is. a marvelous healer for Leavenworth,Ind., was not unreasonable, the lied Cross rhsrmacy.Untying. ahitpoii and .SIzes, of WOOD, IRON
days with thunder. . I 0 cuts burns and wounds. Ouranteed at when he refused to allow the doctors to --- ---- and UlUJ ZM. Will work equally well The

Island Home, Merrltt Island. Flo. the lied! Cross; Pharmacy; 23; cents operate on bill wife, for female trouble, with rope, chain or wire rope.

"Instead," he says- "we concluded totrvKlectrlo Will workat, any height, upside down, I
- -- - Dltt"rll.f wife then Druylng or hauling of all I Inda .
y was so promptly horizontally or at any angle, and. will
..................................................... sick, she' could hardly leave her bed, and attended to. Meets all trains. Htove atop and lock, nt any |>olnr.
.... five ( >) physicians had l failed to relieve wood for sale at all times. Invaluable for every kind of buiiln .. her. After taking Klectrlo Hitters, she 11. K. HOLTB.V. Tltusville. where a block la nenlod freqiienlly:
3 Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne office, :: was perfectly cured, and I can now per.form ------- loll the labor of one man or more.

A' la creating our j :.:.. by all the her Ked household Cross Pharmacy dutl .." Guaranteed Tltua-- Cleaning! and I'r 'n"liif. lOll Nothing wlren.All like It fur hanging or itretell

: x\f llle Fla. Price ftto.I .
blocks fitted with
-- -- All work clone up-to-date. Call ands the famous
e me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor WALTOH-VlIfTOJf' nor.MIII IlV.AttlSrj.
:
)a 1 I FURNITURE DEPARTMENT Barber Shop, on Washingtonavenue. Addrvaa all communlcatlonii, to lbs

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For sale, cheap the northeast qnartcr

...... of sou tbeaut quarter of section 3, town. Tim Clyde Line. Walton Self-Lockinp Block Co 1.1 -

I i to the of the people and he ... ship M, south of range 41 I aunt; close to ) Th!. tttot !
I I meet genuine wants ... 0. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Get your Cljde Line ticket from (r II cor plrl'ted.) I .lvedthe.havi"IiP'! .- .., ,,,,,, \

i I now cUiuis{ to have the most complete line of :: !St Lucle River; 40 acres. the agent at Tlliuvlllu. l>n not fall to Ofllce aud Wurcnioin, .11I| ,| AtlantIc Ave., I man. 1 hoi'gh b ,t" Mi.n. inI

I ... Also, the northeast quarter of north, take the steamer, when going North. Near: ICowe'a! Wharf, Klrvated: Station hat already ..."...-rl .t) .. pOI.I, .

east quarter of section 18, township 38, ClIAS. U. WAI.TO.t, n() TN, MASS.OWNKHS Uniy. Moujg TIJA .100,04.,)

House Furnishings vt'f. _. >n fln_ therlvr_ south of range 41 I east; un Mmtb fork ut Tltusville\ Fla.OVKlt : Of THK: flKLEHIUTKD,: 1 MOLD TIIM FIHcrrt i 1.1:4.'. "! ''c
St. Lucia River 40
; acrelpVloJ'to
M in Uia \VIU ., !.AJ L...
... CIIA II. WAI/TOIT. WALTON.YJNTOH: ROLLER BEARING.
'/hich .r. A<. 'raiA'S: 1' I
You have besrclof Angle Lamps ? : Tltu.TllU Fla FIVK TUOUSANI> or wtr.ton's ..- sharper than any other fu<).. Each: LlaJj! ,
--- - Rapid Tools In
Calking now use .
.il1l1v| ; from tv/enty to forty haves. C:'rq
.. TITUSVILLE'S TRAINS.The by boat owners lnthe| United Htites.Price ,
Bros.EAITUALLIK
Jen tlacie
Hodgson J
,1 .
fora ,
are c.IiJ .
... gin : "
$1.00 !and *..011( each a: the AiVOCATE > .
Some people call them Angel Lump Writ!! inarul :: following are the times of arrival office, Tltnsvllle, Fla. Ici yat.THIRTY '
'
we will I tell you the joke on Mr. Rockefeller. :.: and from departure Tituavllle of passenger trains to aDd Job i'rintliig. INDIAN RIVER, FLA. .U.i L _m'm.ib..kiihtfly.f1Aad.....'..,-'tAY-, 11.-i;,S..j4d TP'AL.w.rPT.v.i1'' 11;."'..e va,

.. Marino
-, soimiaotrxD. Hallway.Qeneral ,: .,;'....., "" WIll. IZ w..:.. $ ('0 j .
''Lmr..TI cn..m.t"r Hinifsn4 I HUtapmluMrmedJaut Do not forget the fact that at the AD- Merchant. and Ship Cliandlera. '.".bI.adeepordu"; . I,!:

fJ FEE & STEWART COMPANY pole;. at \ tM p m TOCiTe office, Tltnslhe, we do Job ..Spocliil Facllitlea.. Cross C\
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Pharmacy
XOft7flsoCaD.t.4aveTltuaIliIe
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V for Ja.,fc.onrlll. I I4MI aman4 printing of all kinds neatly, cheaply and 'or Hauling/ Out, Storing and Repairing ,
Melbourne and Fort Pierce. :: InurnuxlUM point at )j IM pm xp: .ditlousljr. Letterheads, :olotebea ... M Tttt>..lII.for ftsnfortf . a: namHuford Billhead, Kov lop..,TagH, and I all otber Yachu and Lnuncbea.Mtatitm ,
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sy VERY truck farmer knows Florida East Coast RailwayLocal .




!U!! (or ought to knbw) that ) r fl Time Card No. 62. Corrected. to Sept. r i./ lqO '


1 w 1 POTASH is indispensable for producing SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTN-BOUND HtAI) UP


No. DO No. 20 8TATIX \n. 7H "'" ''II 1 '
truck'crops. iY V.l1y ] itu3 JI", "ly
good-paying _
if If 00 P 0 40 a L. ?...............Jn''.kennvllht..........""... Ar 7"e0a I
v 07 I' 18 a .. _..._...."Mu. JnckMonvlllu"...... Lv 8 GS i
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of POTASH II 15 II 10669 :: ...........?..St. A'"CUM'U"' ......."""" .. ate ,. '
t.. A liberal quantity Seep 113A a ...........?... IIatli.gr ....."""". 'r.\ I' " r
M" e 'ii 11 00 a............... Ent Ptlatkn:.............. 1 :3 i H I'' _,

iul' Cy y "cI 00 Q'l 8/\/ P 1113 Ar .......?............Pnlntkn.. ....?........... 1"--0' I -
1' with amounts ofIEhosphoric A.i pfy ll 11 a Lo: .............?......Pnlntkn.. ................, Arl s 011 I I ::".

along ample "': II 5 I'' 11011 Ar: ................,Hnll 1I1IIto.o..........?....... 1.1' -1 l 111 J' -
; 1)?j! o..Lv) .................sun 5t" .,.".................. Ar K 2'. .p ::
is c:: 4 00 12 8J I' Lv.................. N8Uj(" ..?............. Lv.1-: I' q
acid and nitrogen 4 S OJ II 12 47 I' .. .?...............,Aunurlia\ .................. .. :9 a 4 I''I 1"1',
'. 8 10 II 1t: 6I'1 .....................Dllllllbt.................... .. a a7 p,
? t '1 0\ s 411' 1 21 I' .. ........... ......? Orlllon,1 ?.............v... .. :i t 10 I'' -
4 rkI Q\ s oa p 130 I' ....................D11ytU1A.... ............... .. 00 I 1"" i :!l ly
vital successful truck growing. I II o4 I' 1St I' ............. Port Or"o. .......?... 8d 6o I'' .,
to 9 25 p _2 15 I' Ar .............:..New Smyritn._. .............?: ..I 2 .30 I''' t I" ::'

c:: 10 91 It 8 4i ,...?...........L"k..U ...n.................. Lv I 12 13 P -r" .v
: book dealing with .= 1081) a 3 05 I' .. .............. .Ornngn' City................ .. 1J 3.. P .
) an interesting prac- I .. ........ ... .. '
r "Truck Farming, t: .30 411 n 4 W P Orange Clty Jullclfnra.. .. ,!2.iO'p"r.: TC
and valuable to every truck farmer, will 6' \
lical truck raising 29U1 I
,' ,1' t 1.1'r ,: J
farmers free of any cost or obligation. 10 89 p a uo pAr ... ..............Tltu8VIU.. .................. ,. 115 1'1 J al' 1
i to on request,
1''t ;be sent C W Ar ...........?""" 8"utor,1.............?... Lv 1000 "n 1 ]II ,I'r, t'I tft
' AddrMl. OEBMAN XAt.1 'WORKB. o .!1OmiaLv..................? 8antnrd................... Ar.. .. .r, ,,
Il rr.I T .... Tork- 03 xra..ai* BU4Hit. or .Atlanta Ou.. -89" So. :Broad Stroot Each 'V cok 7I0:::= 8 j LY ....._...?..... .I'8vll\\ ,......?......... I.y 1111 I' -, 0
4 -- - -.- - -- -- -- . Four Sailings . t0 11 18 P 4 00 p .. ...._........ "Oneo.. ............._.. .. 12 86 : 1" I?
--- -- --- = 11 22 I'' 4 13 I' . ..__.........: ltookledge........._.._.. .. UIO: "I : ,. ". 2H
l SODIUM SALTS. !It I! t .r.' ',' ,i I' In i ,ii l p 111:11111'1": c 11 fIt: I' 4 .11 I' ..._... ?.F.au 0&1118........_._.. .. 11 1 i u '
I I ill i' !he'n: i '> > conies" 0:1 BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK o 1205 a 4 U P :: .. __...:::..Melbourne.........?_... .. II l 19, a 1.11"I .,
:\1'1! lc: : ( n ; ,. 1:1: fll" 0 U'l P ..:............. Sebastian .................. 11 0' al" I 1'',, .i
t' H hen ""... te4Ilte4I I''or' In4aiili, Crop (111.r.: :n! "'I." :.i- orl" rlvii.i :::1 thin! time 1 HI a 8 2:1: I' .. ............._...8t. Lucia......._...._. .. 10 IJ a 1J -.
"rry""r ? Poorer.SlDro L.. .- .< !':'.-.11 1)1'1lwl1l'e.8lld Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) M I U a 8 U I' .. ...._..........Fort Pierce................. .... 1111'6' a 1 I :::
Ileennie : .t.
bclir !
; pi lw 2 18 a 1 OK P _..._?... .. Tlhbals .....?....._.... II HII all'' tII(
1891 the Ithuilo IAand 1 experiment Okli'-vM.,: : :5IoHt J of the fruit! I In southern ServiceThe 2 13 a 'l 12 I' ....._.?......... Eden.?................... .. II 26 IL 11 l l .
; l 14 vent 1o eastern\ and The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise 'a. 2 2K a 1 11 II _?_........... Jonesn? ......?........ .. U 11 a II : 1 K)
q ., s 91M i station linn. been t'III'I'J'lng on :SINmir'! : CU 2NUa 1 s p .. _.....?........ Btuart ...........?.....? .. 911 a 11 'It" I IQ
11 y y luvt-HllKut for theiippllcatlou northern l1I"I'1.Ot-: CU 8 04 a 'l 06 P .. _.._.?...." Robe lollnll ".............. .... S 'J IL 103r, r
t. m Home liituroHtlni Clyde New England and Southern Lines. ; : 821 a R Up" .._..... W axe .1ul'"r.. ..?...._"? s 24 a 1111"+ ,
of Ion ruing It the Between (n 6 06 a II 01 I' .. ..........Went Palm lJonoh............ .. 1 'K J
', ) C i purpone Direct Service 6 81 a 1118 P .. _...............Doyntna.........._....... .. 11101 "I' i' ; :::
tl I 1 'f ; 1 of sodium laity. to thu Hull IH. warranted rTl'j r n GA": CTI, I.: .. t.SOARD: I Boston Providence and all Eastern Points 4 42 n II 211 I' .. _........ betray .. ........ .. 1 10( ," I 2C.
t Jacksonville
w j1 tr If 81 a 10 Up" ..._...?.Fort Lauderdale.?......... 8 18 a H t C.vj
I.r } In agricultural practice. __ S 4A a 1030 I' .. ......._............ Dnnl" ........??....??. 0 10 a'' K <16 J 1
It Is. now reported that the work of (Calling at Charleston S. C., both ways) s M a 1042 P .. ....?............Uallnndate. ............??.. .. 0 6d a' 1 I vjOt
filet\ Ilio Ht. Joippli'fi or Virgin 8AILIXW8: : 7:: 8 24 a 1 II 01 I' .. ......__ Lemnn City................ .. f 5 p, &1 '" )
the first live jenrs demonstrated con- lily Itliluin ciiiiiIMnni< ) ut once. Southbound.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..SEMI-WEEKLY. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ..I.....from Lewis Wharf Boston __ 6 8ea11 1IJ p A. ::"................. Miami. .................... I.0 93 a :;

,d'I p ; -lutilvely tliat-Hodn could not perform Sow |1I1t'IlI.\ of Iiiinly annuals such us. Northbound. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. . from.. rout of Catherine. Street Jacksonville Del fSun.
II nil of the fuiK-tluns{ poHslbly 1 attrlbutnX1JRUWN poppies' Dniniiiioiid( phlox ciindytuft --- }; 1.7 nOllESTEAD }:RTENSION IFi:

6f h coluinljlno, forxi'tinrnot;. and other fnrorltos > St. Johns lover Line. ban.S '

A t llil.s month. Clyde 0e nn -- Ly ......_....... .1\llaml. ...._..__..... Ar ........... l S:nl0
+ j'j'c JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. 30 a...?....... Ar: ................Ilonle.Wad...._......?... Lv ........... I I t III :
By oo\v In K perennial and biennial BETWEEN

flowers now they will have, a (food BCO- Stopping) at 1'ttliHka Aitor, St. rranola, Here f"rcl (DeLand), and intermediate landings 1"0.17" =
the St. Julinn River commencing Wednesday, November IS,1905. Nn. 9a No. 21 )) No. 1ft So. 911 "c' ...
non of growth' nlicnd of thorn. on H"n. ""n. No.lolly 10 0x nlly: 1r4AYPORT JUtASCU V"UT ..,.... 1'11'Onl7 1

c SepU'inlii-r Is u food( time In which STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONVILLE": and "FJIKO'IC: IJcUAltV'tre Onl7 8ul1. Only

{ MI'' ) J J'L to now nil BortH of Hiilad plants. Leave Jacksonville dully except Saturday, at 3.30 p. In. Heturiiluic - - - -- -
to nail follows: .
s appnlntuil a 100 10 10 a 8011 r 8 20 1I... ......kJ..k..on..Il1.......... Ar 'l 4a a U "o I '" .
11.30 p
Order your bulbs. for full planting. lute Sunlord daily except Huniluys at a. m.RuutbHnll",1 2 011 P 10 1 A a 8 OK I' s 21t.. Ar ?."80. J..ck..nnvIIlB..... Lv 7 37 R I'A 2l II -
1 1 .1 Shade tho beds. of seedlings l'iiii1jjii'cIIeall ; 910: p 10 60 R 8.0 V 8 D9 n .. .?.....P11bin IIt.'wl1......,. ". 1 0.7 n 11 Min I III
young ,. ..
t 4Afi 8CHEDIL: Read "_ .3 I' 10 66 a t\ 43 I' II 06.. ......AtlantlC ,UI.l\Ch.?... 'l 110 R 11 45 .. I 16

,1 from the tnlitdny heat. down . .. .. .... .. . .. .. ..Ju 0ksoiII. .. . .. .. .. . ... .::: Arrive 2 e0 a. In. :a VO P 11 10 e ., 00 P II 2D( a .. ..._....Ma YiN,r i"......... .. 8 U a 11 It o n 01 + ,

rv GrnsM. Is still growing, and late Leave I.eaa: II 311 46 p. 111m. .. .. .... .. . . . .. .. .. .. .1ltlatka . . ... .. .. ... . ...... Leave 8 co p. m.
o i weeds In an Leave, a'.la.' .n. ........ .... ...... .. . .. Astor . .. .. . .. . . .. .. .. .. Leave 9 3'I", In.
'r lire putting nppl'nrance.so l..eave "ao..a. m. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .S6. FIICIICla . .. . . . . .. . ... I..avo 2 00 1'. 111 PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT BII4ML
'ft It IH nooosBury to keep) them cleanedout. .. .. .... .. .. ... .. ..II..r..lor,1. (lwl.andj . . .. .. . .. ...... Leave 100 p. 111.
Arrive Leave R 3n a. m. . .. .... ... .. ... . ... .. . .S'tnford .. .. ... .... ., ... . Leave. USII..DI..
Except on very sandy land It Is best 'rlve 10:1)1): .a. .... . ...... .. . . .. . .. ...Enterprloe.: ? .. .. ...._ .. .. .. .. .. Leave, 10 HI .a. .... Close Connection Made\ at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Compan For

to BOW vegetables on a slight ridge so 3en'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
HAVANA AND KEY WEST.
tbnt heavy rain will drain and
away
HL U2 Went St., .raoknonvilla. Fla.
E r FULL RATION SODA FULL RATION YOTa6HW not !harden the noil. 'O.0001'ERJr.P. M. IRON'MONORR: ., :Local Frt.Ant.JR. Aiwt.; Jaokmnivllle Oen. Pass. Asrt.. i). P. LOVE1.L Hay, Superintendent Jaukaonvllle.toot --

I p' n .. fAUIKJNATEB AND LIME.I Soil Miould be kept light and well ': ,. IlORan;New St.York.JackHnnvllle.CLYUK, Kla.M1LXK:, Oen. Frt. Ant., New York. Thnao Time Tablnn. dhow. the times at wbtuh train may bnttxppcUxl. to arm. rr ; >' .
WHII HAOKRTV. fJnn'l Eaiifn 1 as Ant. .
1.0. r red j
from the e..r"lalntlon,, but their arrival or departure at this tlmim HtatutJ: i
Ounoral
I CLYU\- Agents.CheHebrimKb
W>I.
stirred between the '
I growing crops. O. KOKlt: < Oeneral' Mauait
1 Ii r 4 Ole to potaHh forvhero Hoila WIIM ftubfltltutcd THBO. ; HutlilinK. IU State St., Opposite Battery 1'ark New York. nor 10 tills Oompaoy tobelielil reaponolblo for anyUolaytioraDxoouiitiquoucuaaiiiiliij; ) rna(
/
h entirely for polish the\ rroiut !HuiftliumlnK off Grape. C. II. WALTOX. Agent, Tltusvllle: 1 1n..

became poorer from year to year I hiI'- It vita found at one of the western -- ---- --.-- - - - --- For Copy of the LOCAL, TIME CARD or Other Information

also few rollnblu)! experiment( station that more caro was
I the earlier
lug years "
afforded that sodium rerpllrirl to prevent sunburning of SEE THE TICKET AGENT.
I,1 Indication! were
on the KnlCTen two wire Atlantic Coast Line
crown
salts were of benefit BO long HA umfull grllllclI R'y.The AUGUSTINE FLA.
v' li ration of potnHnliini Hiilttt wall unoil. four cane trellis than with any other J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'I Pass. Agt., ST. ,

trelllri. Thin la not n dltllcult matter,
s ,y In 1NU! !) observations were luiulo with requiring only that the new growth Effective June :a, 1\10\ ;;. The schedule figures for the "Mayport Branch and

+ I 1i about a dozen different varieties of be trained, over the bunches of fruit. Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson loiueatead Extension IIH. shown on above timetable has been changed: idditlonalnins

I'r iI kT 11 plants Homo of which It won thought Bale Tuesdays and Thursdays In November.TO being j Put Into HOI vice between Jacksonville and :Mayport and tin 4en Ice

E JN I might bo helped by Hotlu. In reporting Wintering Pnn.l .. T1IK KAST. between Miami and Homestead) being reduced to one train a day each way leaving

tl'p h tho results. of the trial with spinach' In outdoor I beds raised a few inches thence leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving Miami J II' \i' m
and and returning
Charleston, Richmond Washington laml! 8 a. m.,
rails to Savannah
InJury Its
of ihiN plant to )ver own
the mulch ot timecard
susceptibility
with -
tlio ground a
Ijit above for pocket
C. or
11'd via the PennsylvnullRailroad.. For correct-Bcbodule' see any Agent of the F. E. Uy.,
by soil acidity IK uotul. Paft of dry leaves and some brush to hold v .

LI f ' ""t, tie trial plots was limed..Spinach them In place, pansies will often wlntenlt..I. \" TO TIIK \VJ 8T. address' the A. O. P. A.Southern.

,+ t( ) wax practically a failure, and bloom until midsummer --- -- - -- -
tt .) Louisville Nashville via Montgomery. The Mobile & Ohio U. R. --- -
(r except upon the llmud aeries and like when relay of young, vigorous plants The

lettuce, beets and other plants, exhibiting should,! be ready to replace tbem.L.C. VIA STEAMSHIP Railway
TilE EAST
'' 9 4 4'i thu some pecullarlt. It Hiicceetleiljnucli Corbett. TO
I' better! where eiirbonato of soda Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldhta Bos
Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington/ and Baltimore Via Savannah -
werelined I ton. Via
v I fir u i :and farboimto of potash .. and Merchants' and( Miners', Transporttalon Company for Baltimore KVFKCTIVK MAY 38, 10OB.
than with the corresponding' chlorides.N '
4i ,
and Philadelphia.
) LIFE"That's
The u" criiKo yield of spinach produced S 1FD JOY Two Vestibule 'l'rAlnll JolUlt.: No.3-1 No. 20 NORTH AND wEWrv : "

t r1 by tlm full rations of potnHSlum HAVANA.Via '. .. 7 1.1' Jacksonville Fin.. .. 5r It'l;490VJeanp
? TO ICKY WEST AND Jal'keonvllle .::.. So Hy U u 141. 1\11" .. \ ,
..
1 : 4 ;salts in the( llnu'd series was sixty .... . . .. .. ...... " 11 4611, 104"1' LvJe..up.U.. .. .. .. . .. . . Ill'lm,,
.
.. .... ... ..
Occidental Company. .
&
Peninsular .. 12 Inn Arl\I..cun.U.
.... .... .... I lItp:
;1 I time in> grout as with full rations of what a prominent r Savannah Columbia . .. .... . '. .. 61\111' 600a Ar At ante. ISa. .. ... . ... . 1Mm
.
I r . .
.. ..... " 0 bra Ar Rome. (Ia. . mit
aiodluni sult.H. ... .. 1021\1'
iJ t 'I The addition of fractional rations of druggist said of Scott'sEmulsion Connection Made at Jacksonville'forall PointsI Arl.harlotte.Ar Ureenl1..ro..... . . ..... . ." ". 11aa: 12 Sip/ Arlt1\"ull.Ua.. .. ... ... ... .. 'axttlchfeel itM
ArChattanooga.Tenn ,
"
I IJlmvUlu . ... .. .... 221a 21111' OJ..
->otiiSMiuin BiiltH to full rations of so- short time -.'. -8-18 Ar Lexingtou by :: It,
y i | a TICK 1'8. r i [ .. ... Hp I: :.: :.
l AGE
,ra 'I; allow salts Increased the yields> ,reut1/. XiJ.y i.jIJluJl.( .... . . :: :: 484.1 420p Lwl.J..clnn..ti.U. .. . . . IIh.F' N
l,1 It, I Tho results. do, not Indlctite that MO- ago. As a rule we don'tuse Interchangeable mileage tickets /good over 1.3.0OO miles of among; the prlnclpBI.ralll'oadsln Ar (nrlntte.vltle ... . . .. (118... tl lOp Ar Cluc"g a. 111. . .. .. 1.
on Hale by the principal agents. ArWatlhlnjtt.on ... .. . " IIl\Ila a /Nip -.- 1',1-,, 110" .JI l lrNxltnnore
southern are ..
.
the states
bon- .. .. .
j lluui salts wore of nuy particular refer to testimonialsin .... ,.. ... 11 and 112M1p Lv ClIlIllIlIati., ItaArWeMtl.lul"dclphla.
i 1'I i .*.flt In Uio presence of full rations of or For reservations and information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, ( ..... .. .. 146p 23Ap ArUhlcngoIll.!..::., . '-=- : I 1' .4V
P .. .. " R Sea' ... .. ... I IIJ '
IJp 'incinnat. U.
t y J '! potassium suits, nor were they lined addressing the public FRANK C. BOYLSTON", Dist. Pane. Ajft. W. D. STARK Tray Pass. Agt. r New York '- .:!.!: III'aJlo.III.. . .. .. . 3hu\ a

4 I ,I ; with certainty of benefit when only and 1:18:: West Bay St., Astor Building, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.I. No.3--.New York and Florida ExpreHII." Clnclnnall. . "-- -i.'U II' 4YLv
a fractional rations of potassium Nulls but the above remark [ M. EMERSON: Traffic Manacrer. W. J. CRAIG Geu'l. Pass. Agent. nally }'nlhll"n nrl\.wlnll' ldtem SlreptngCnr; fort Ar : '..?:::... :. . NNo :
; L WILMINGTON. N. C. Tamla and'I Juckeonvll l n to :New York. Itr Toteon(1[ <,h. ... .. . .. . J r -
WClN> used.Satisfactory. similar i expressions are LImited.." f ,".f 'IlIally
i .. 3o-.W..blnJjtcn' ; and Flnrltla LvPmclnnat,0. ... . !IIJack..onv.lletoNewy..k.
I -- -- -- - -- ---- - l'ulhnan IIr..wlnJl ltomn llcel'lng Carr Ar _lttsburg, E'a.... .: . .. ,
+ !
in 1i
''I M Truck Crop. made so often connection -- l.vCII..llln..tI.U.- . . . .. II' j.\a\
filt
i rowing sweet com for vunnliiK pur- with Scott's Emulsionthat I./LiS1L.rIF at..itt'Jk w trough ."fIlE LAN: \11 OF TilE SKY" I :No. 8o: Ar LV (I.'.18V..I"IIII.. hI. tun.n.1y.I ... i'1 II j jr.taeko "

,xf IIOHOS lu the vicinity' of Ashvlllo in ; 1..nl..l1Ie." . Ky.. ... . . :taLV :
....aoRy: 7-j
of viiislla. . .
tr7r worthy .
.
are .
j 1(1I J.'lckaway cuuuty, 0., line boconio avery they AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR Savannah Oat .. .. .... .. .. .... . :: :: 1:1: III" At St. IA1Wr. Mn. . tx
( important hll1u try. A few years note. From A rCnlnmhiaS.C; . .. ... .. ... .. e11na Aeannbitolt. AI..... ... . j.aIt. \
occasional
Aoh8vlll. N. 0.. . .... .. . . .. . 11) 1lOll/! \r JUrmlnICba", Ala. 'HI
t AgO these rich river bottom were dooted ArotRprlnICM.N.r C..... .. ... .. .. 2371'1 ArJllemph.'Ienn.. .. . . r" o (.
r. %' largely to general 11l'ltll'rol'M.' but infancy to old age Scott'sEmulsion rKnnxvllle1'eun .. .. . .. ........ .. 6 INt ArKall.'lty.1\ln.. . .. ,
1 .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. 1\ 6nn' :
. .
FIAIO.vllle. .. .. : : ,, = nr
l with the erection of u large cannery; otTers a reliable SAVANNAH COLUMBIA, CAMDEN, SOUTHERN: : PINES. RICHMOND, St. Louis. .. .. ...... .. .. .. ..... 4 SOp; Hot Mra1 Springs."Ark\ ... .. . :;,..
r, 1 # onditlons huve largely changed In this rCincinnati,0. . .. .. . .. ... Q.\C' ; II tbaNn. piN.
I WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK t Inn, '
tieetlol1.hlllt farmers now devote means of remedying improper X..IJ-"The: Flnrlda tinyt .. .1.' 15tfretSleeping
IV
VI an-flalty 1'nl1mnn rftwlllG: Room nod .eMtlln'e' trine tbro"ICI1 ,'gvhNlLnclnnatl. .
f large areas. to the growing of sweet and weak development Car between Jacksonville aUlI man sleeping Can, J..k80..vlll.. 'c., .
.
41reprn.between
},ii' orn. For the cannery lust year about . Two Elegant Trains Dally . No. la-Pullman ) ItlmlhiphlI\ Ilnwpt.; '

1 JJ.8OO acres were Uevotetl to this crop restoring lost flesh Excellent 'Hnlol Car Service. Kanse. City.Jack and novll1e.Col"r.I.. Sprlne --

for this one concern. Farmers. are paid Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail. -
and
d and vitality, repairing ,
about $3 per ton for the corn delivered. ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILI-K.

.t I jStoweir Evergreen: Is grown extenwlvely waste. The action i of From New York, Washington. etc-No. 20, "Wa..hlngton and Florida I.lmltc'' hmFrnmNewYorkWashingtonetcNo.33"WashingtonaniFlorldExpree m

i here. The average yield ranges Scott's Emulsion is no MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. << X-m

t a'' from three to three and n half tons pert From Cincinnati Asheville, etc-No 29, "Wa blnlton and Florida. Limited'
+ '4. I, .icro. In 11X14) the average wa> 'ubuutr more of a secret than the ONLY LINE Operating Daily Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. From Chicago, Cincinnati Atlanta etc.-:'>>n. 14, "Florida Llmltsil".. . . an

r four tons per acre Some farmers last r

t ,, tj "neusou averaged about five tons.jVuerlcna .- composition of the Emulsion For full Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent O. X..trSX3:: .. I>l lst. Pass. Agt..

Agriculture What it doesit Seaboard or writeA. Jacksonville pig:
.j ik itself. 108 West Bay Sr., _

does through nourishment O. MACDONKLL, Asst. Gen. Pass. Attt. S. C. BOYI.STON Pass Agt. t n.'
Sow Out. 8. 1[. HA RDWICK, V.T. 1\LWaahingtonI.C.ryW.It.TAYLEO.P.A.'VII'cIIBROOKS
1'' l>o not be ud'a1(1 to sow fall oats. -the kind of nourishment JACKSONVILLE }'J.OHID.FOLEY'S .\. }MUROAN A. O. F. A. Atlanta. Oa.

ttl'' ,' I ; Till crop[ !If sowed lu time on land
be obtained ------------ --
that cannot
1' well prepared 1 Is> about us mire as any. BO YEARS

Get the very best heavy yellow rustproof in ordinary food. --I

f'' outs you can. Ho careful of the

i !I weight and color. On thoroughly prepared No system is too weak or

well immured laud oats will delicate to retain Scott'sEmulsion InvitationsPRINTED

if 1 ." AiH5 ;aunke more than uuy other small grain. Visiting Cards and

I \ You can get thirty to forty bushels of and gather good : HONEYINOTAR

iilr t barley; per ncr, the same ofhout,
..y1 l from TRADE MARKS
but the came laud that approached forty it.'W

r1 L. !q bushels of either of these will make' will wnd. you a Prevents Serious Results DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS Ac.AnvnnmmiHnu .

+t ; 1UO bushels of oats.. The oat Mtrl1b0I1.1 \" *' aamplc tret.B avketrh and' dencrlnMon' may
From a Cold. quickly ar.rarn our opinion trmm whether aoItiTwmlon
without getting wet Is almost .
(I *ur. that this picture h>tho !I. probably pitiwniithlo. Cnnmuniratlne.tnetitrolndenaal. .
It equal to Gilder( or any good hay. Clots e form of a IaMI l ban the_..ppof .' Remember the name Cr... Uldrrt HANDBOOK on jIatenla.Patrol.Rent AT-
...*? bottl of EmuUlon rottbuy. tnntiiuhUMiitin:: :A .o. nnlTt
be cut In dough for hay, yielding, Patent* takon
; I, may .. ..
? and Tar. Insist q.rat4..4k.' without ch r |u tb.
Folty's Honey
I noruious craps of the best forage evertti4 e

;1 .' yundft-Kxchunpre.Vcach: SCOTT & BOWNEChemists upon having the genuine.Thr Scientific Jlm ri\an.

I, .. sU*. 7180. too, ftl.OO A hncfwnTnlf IllnHfmt w.....klT* TArfMt circulation
a .*. In 9aath :Mlaaourf. y of any .,*t. ( Sold. :Ji "l' *rm.. 93 e OFFICE1.
,
I Prepared only by frail (nor month.L bf .Kl wln.
.Iff It is claimed that southern :Missouri 409 Purl St.. N. Y. roUy Company. Chloaco. MUNN & Co.381ero.dwty. New York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING

R l I {! n 1 1* well adapted\ 1 to i>"iieh growing sinceajrowerj SOc. tod $t: aU lIrurrfsts. tell Cross Pharmacy. Braactt omae..16 r 81,.VrasbHwIun. D.t;.

t L are_able to, market' their fruit

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COAST ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 24. 1900. 7

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'1; JACKSONVILLE;:. <. "I know you'd iuy no," Hobby agreed '

{, cheerfully, idling. 111- awkward length zJ'AZTOZ

f When Wooing Into time Morris chair "llut I tell you

\. WESTMORELAND>; HOTEL West. Bay and Cedar Streets.JACKSONVILLE It was no Joke, cramming for those

FLA. Jane bently thlTiKM-came near flunking the
n.rJlHIII-nC'h iln lleber-six pages of

t American plan. Centrally located. Just built and opened trnushitUm. Kxer Bunk an exam:

', tlila season. Fine cooking and (food tat le. Hot and Cold Water By FANNIE HAESL1P LEA Thurston"No. mild Tliumton smngely."Uully SELF-LOCKING

Baths Elevator, eto. Five niinutos from any wharf or depot. All C"I',vigil IVUTt by Jt'uuuid lluoallp Lea for yowl! I xi>y. JIIIH\ there'sa .

. . . . . . .---".'!' fellow hi the uivw says be thinks I
) -
a, eet oars pass the door. Rates, $2. to t2l O per day. inlgbt get on If I train bard enough,

Juuocamo lowly I down tho stairway, nod I'm going to try for end on the
D.ra..1. J. WALKER
Proprietor. hesitated moment at the library dour. varsity."

then "gave, herself n mental push anti "Thlt; will he vlee." mild June weakly.

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE, FLA. eat ored. "XU-i'I: It'll bo great If I can do It. t T.A..CKLE: : :
tint tonight
"I'm curry I've kept yon waiting Buy you're looking mighty

-On the Amerlonn and, Kuroptu'i Plan- nho sold sweetly. trailing! her violet Jane'; beau rubbing your (h,, 'k14' Your
Under new ma.L om"Dt. Newly tarnished! lennvatml. A pleasant Tho eyes are as tlhlll '"-
family home. Rites: American' Plan, #J (1111 and $4 ;OJ; European' TiOcts d.IITouli urrons'" tho polished ttoor. "llo\v 11I1'111lIollh Are they generally

and up. All cars form Union /fetation stop at the door. !big uiiiu beside tho fireplace Ignoredpreliminaries. all dull?" Juno giggled nervuuily."Rhy .

U. W. HANCOCK, 1'ropiletor. lie lookoil from her did you look at the clock, Mr ELOCK: :

The beautifully located Riverside Hotel. at 3recn Cove Sponge is under the. eyes to tho cluster of double violetson Thurston ?" _

same management.' : her breast "My I train leaven at 11." said Tlnirs-''

"I see you. got my flowers-and the I ton ul
Ill eNNll ge: "(!i>lng, away, 'I'hm'atlln1"It..I..1. .
New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE:, FLOUIDA. She nodded. "The violets lire deur- lI..hh"lIh Inti'I''at.11"1.,1"

ito\) East' Forsyth Street. und rIlL ijorry: you're going away. It Snail"' Carolina."

Isn't for long la it?" with timid hesitation live sIs
:\11'I Tlmrntoii 1 N leading on-to
Center of City ; cool, airy looms; first-clans In all appointments. The beat
there" put lu Jane hopefully.\ a new and gioat Invention, as It naves time, money and labor.. It will
$::1 to $2."iO; American plan house in the city. Open all the year. European "For good I mid nil. I leave: tonighton "(lh. I Unit's great." Her effort
. ;that I hMcu'tmuch say. work horizontally, IIl'al.ltin"'n or ivt any nnglo. It \IH impossible for tho rope
the 11 clock train. H' :
o "
plan, $1 per day one person. Free bus flora trains an.i steamships: Near died unnoticed. olllh Carolina's a
tlmi," flue old \place. I wu* there one wummer to slip when locked nnd no lever or tiller) rope attachment Is ulle.llo this de
all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. B. SMITH, Prop. "
( aud sat
said Jane
"Oh, tonight! I tell you what, TburHtou. they vice. Them is. only one rope to holm, lower unit lock the 101and; It Is Impossible
down with nppiirent IiidlllVrXMiro lint! arl'lIl .
HIIW..TollleKt.
have the girls ever
need Cur mipport.lie prettiest you for the rope to jntn or chafe, and there l la nothing to get out of orderIn
OLD snAimnnzi' COOI>ALL, FLA. brightest I things" not a bit
leaned one elbow on the mantel ntllT. ,\ fellow can have mighty,)' good this oitglnal tackle bltlCk.1ay .

shelf mul towered over her. time till.'...." bo "Ol\lll\t tho AtiviiOATK: nfllue. Tltnsvllle\ ; or I K. O. 1'alnter'ifc Co., and S

"Thoj'xo /given m' tt splendid, place "I HUpiKHo so," sold: Jam' stlllly. "Idill' 13. Ilubbard A Co., Jackitmtvillu.THIS ..

The Seaside Inn DAYTONA BEACIf FLA. lu "South, Curullmi. I It." what I have say you hud 1J.oo.1 time there .

been waiting for nnd It's l'OIl1IIko u yom'NcIf. Was I that the xnuimer you
shot. I only got appointment to ,
were expelled! from college? I should
Is now open for the winter HOIIROU under the management of Ella owner, day." not tliluk, H ihby, that you would care
HORACE F. srEWAKT. Handsome and new, situated on D.iyt"naISench "I oonjrnitiihite-," fill hI Jane, won to talk about It."

the hotel Is modern In all its appointments with large, airy pleasant deling'hilt: there wna In tho world to "Well, for heaven's nuke!" cried timeinjured '\ II'

rooms overlooking the ocean and opposite Ko.iling'a Casino and I'ior. 11"01'01', after nil.He ,
The surf is unexcelled. Teimn moderate. Ilobhy.'l'luu'ston .
bathing
looked at her for a lusllonrp.
iiiuuient '
looked at t the clock ag.iln.:
1IOIJACK F. STEWART Owner and .Manager.T1TUSVILLH and I she| looked lit her loletn .
with ostent'itloii."Won't" :
through queer "grayish mint. you \play the 'Serenudi for

"Jane." be sold lit lust "you know me?" linked intro despiM'iiloly: a -
what It in I wiuit to ask you, don't tL14
-- -------------- ---- ------ "You know I can't play anything: but,

y'our' 'The Total Old Summer Time,' with 1
THE ALPINE COTTAGE, TITUSVILLIl FLORIDA. Jaiio'x litmrt IUHMI| u heat unaccountably two finger, and I'm ton shy| to play

then throbbed like in.ul to ,' (+ .. .... -
New opened. Everything at this bonidlng-hoiisn Is new nnd up-to-date before 1"(1\( \ "'. IL : :
cuisine and service Hrst-cUtta with reasonablo latos. Good and polito at make up for lost time. Shu tried to "[ iion'IlmiNtou, Hollh ''" explained \ ;' (1.\' \'

tentlon. MK.M.: KATK MYERS, Manageress.F. ppouk.I the g'rl.' with KUxplcloiiH sweelnesH' t
A. I.OSLEV, Assistant. "Ja-nne," calleil a olo In the luill. "1 know whit: 'IIIII'UII pHy' SHOWS "

""'ht'I'o aro JOH. Jame?" Tliiii'itJii stalked grimly over t > the THE FRONT v'

"She'H In the library" Jane heard her pl.ino and dropped 1 bU hands nil the Tt1E&

PEACOCK HOUSE, TITUSVILLK, FI.A. HlHter II 11M WI'I'. "Sljter, bero's LIlUuu." keys with a thud while Hobby sat OF __,

First-class[ Board at Reasonable Rates. Restaurant and Retail Grocery In "Just" a iiiliiuto," 1'11111..1] June half b.iclt coiunlaciMitly! In his chub\ and WALTON

connection. MRS. II. L. I'EACOCK.l'rop. aloud and( ran out of the room. Jane IV'Ki'Ii'l;: In hors He utruck ne\-, THESE ARE OUR

Tluu-xton heard a murmur of voiceslu t-r.il IKMV.V: cords'! than begin: the I louder PAT.. BLOCK PATENT LONCROLLER -

DII.T1Hnl: X. c. tho hull. in"in done of th'1 '.',..'III1.I"," but' BEARING
,
"I won't st i.V-no, \Indeed I wolf"
the IU "IOU' Irrlt.itlouibr.itiiig I' t.i I bslinger ,!
HiiM one, and another, Jane's own auswered tH!| Jarred il.e \harmonj' andThni'H' d SHEAVES.

-he retill/.ed with Hatlsfactlou oil with dlHonut I ',I,
rI i. breaking: II
BILTMOKE, X. C. not quite regretrully-"I: wish! | you
Kenilworth Inn ern:ilivung riiuiiil. upon\ I the stonL

NKAR ASIIKVII.I.K.!: won id. "I en n't play, tonight," he mid, \'lclomly ,
Tliero wan a of skirts",, a
softjlurry
retnnilng' ' to I the llreplace."Why .
nervous little laugh unll Juno cainu doing line Mil hI ,
OPEN THROUGHOUT TilE YJo An. you wero f..jJ
slowly back! Into the room.
Hobby with jiolllo' HiirprlHp.' "You'io
EDGAR B. MOORE Proprietor. "It win Lillian," she explained.I ""'0 too modi'Ht about It."

run In on each other at all bourn and Thui-4t.ni. set hi* teeth H uared bis

she: didn't know you wero here HO Hint HliouMi'l'M II nil looked lit the clock. It ,

NKW YORK. wouldn't" wus nlgli upon' the eleviMilli hour.y1r .
"I haven't much time," said Thin ": Martin." he begun grimly "I
ston goutjy. "Let's not waste HIm Lillian.
o'tlock train
urn leaving upon the 11
Do you remember what' I was tonight. This Is tho last opportunityI

Hotel Marlborough say lug?remembered." Khali liavu of m-cliig Miss Walllx. l GUo> lU55.'

June When you ciiino In'I tills about to axle]
"Tell then said the "U It
me man,
her to mu'. I HIII going to nsl6
Broadway, 30th and !)7th) Streets, New York. worth while lay Buying Itou't we""Some marry
her now. Will you defer your visit or
Completely Renovated and trnnsfoimcil in every depaitment. Most cen- one's coming," breathed June, do you euro 10111:111': me?" Jaii gasped; .--
trally located hotel on Broadway. ELECTRIC LIUHTH and TELEPHONE and Thurston released her hands Just
so did Hobby tho gocnl! hearteil blunderer.
in every: room In the house. lu time.
EUROPEAN PLAN. 400 Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates $1.50 and up- mild .
"Jaue, Bald u voice from the ..
ward without bath. $2 and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath fit: door "tli inuU said mother was )h. I May," he began. springing..
,
and upward. Parlor, two bedrooms and bath $5; and upward. your his: feet In lIl'l'at confiiHlon, "I'm no

SWKEXEY-T1EKXEY IIO'KEL'; COMPANY, dark liere.Vliy child? do I can't you have seikii tho thhlll."h room HO' end worry. I wouldn't have done It Walton-Yinton Patent Roller Bushed SheavesThose'long
the wUI'hI.'IIILt duffer 1"0I"ell.
for u
E. M. TIEKNEY .
Manager.roLEY3fONEY don't you light another I11111p1""Oh. "
I'm awfully sorry.
Aunt June; cried her
mm mime- "
.S., mil 1, Maid ThurHton."I .
sake. stepping forward with weak effiiHlveiioMM -
.
EAR FOIEYSKIBMYCUKB hadn't an 1.1< ,,"- -----
and 111'0"111111111" u dutiful
"
"
s) It KeeliiM Interrupted the olderman
foe cla""r...t *af.. man. JVo opiate Makes Kidneys and Bladder Right cbeelc: to 1 bo IclHseJ.' "ThU In Mr. 1'hurHtou
with suppressed\ rage, "but sluice
.
remember -
--j-ou him don't you?
I Irivo: MUKgCHted ono to J'ou""Oil -
"Oil yes," nald Aunt Jane, ",)'l'S. !111iloed. "
Hobby, cried Jane with nhysterical
,
i I Bupm"e'| you're one of Uio Indiumi -

IP YOU WANT A... Tbnrstons? I had /I very dear "Young little miss' ," laugh.' muttered Thurston,
Friend once, Harriet Unmet, who married
-- -- --
taking a step toward .T IIlle. HobbyHod
n Thurston from Indiana. AuyCOIIILl'l'UU
and the door slammed
Incontinently
of yours? behind. him.
Lot ":\'ot that 1 know of," rejoined Thur- lit V i 1) i illl
I
.Building 'VhnrHloii caught Jane and tho violets I
.. ton, with tense politeness. "Wo mo aNew
York family." and the violet chiffon in bin arum,

them clime."We .
"I never beard of that branch" said crushing
or lot with READT FOR OCCUPANCY don't have to say It; we know,"
a a BUILDING Aunt Jane with an air that dUcredlted
hrt declured.
exiiltlnglv. /
LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE, It at once.Vlioro did you nay your li ihli I /
mother was, Junle?" "YeH' sold Jane with u laugh that
rIY" APl'IO PLANTATION or TRUCK GARDEN, was mrfrn than half u sob "but! we .
"UpHtulrn, dear Aunt Jane Shell be
.
We have for sale what seeking. wanted u bunco to HIIV it anyhow." ...
probably just you are so glad""Are /
A bit of coal! fell\ from the IIro to the
Settlers are flocking in but still there Is room. If you art you fjlilte well, JnnloV" usked -4'
the old. lady suddenly. "Youroli'ceksaro Ill'urtla111111 tiny crush. L -
looking this way, drop a line to so flushed nud your hands are "Wai thut n step In tho hall )" mur -,-- ----

JAS. E. (INGRAHAM 3rd V'ice-rt>eident. qulto cold; you're not shivering are mnri-d Jiini \lint She did not move.f.itnur ---- -------

you? Hie's such an Imprudent thing '
FLORIDA! EAST COAST R'Y word..
Mr. Thurstou.
Roller :
Sheaves
Ill Kre-Ierlck Haunders lIlo.t For / Bearing which" ate loolcid ujon its the greater,:
ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA-. "Aunt Jan!" called a voice from the tl:'o fto'\ ::tidy a.:ul Social" he says "Tho anli-friction roller bearing In the world are without cages to bold the roll
head of the Ktalrwuy. Aud Aunt June
departed. turil'Ht r I/,*'ell published. n book" ntOxford In place, and therefore are far more durable/ and run with far leas friction tha

In I KH.1: entitled 'I'aur.o' the old-style The sheave made
canting solid'
They waited till the door bud closed >loglcoinlneriiloir'ii cage are standing doublo tb
behind her. "Another half hour gone" : ,' whl< li Is nearly ns long rain of the skeleton Iron sheaves.'
i a word us ItubelulM', projiosed' title for
said 'iii nrstPn, with angry tenderness.
v a bjit' namely.. :
'AutlpcrlcutamctupnrhriigcdiiniphleilbratliJiieM\ -
"Your band' are cold and your cheeks
: !"' And In
the prettiest pink. III It because u
)'ou.- footnote, gives two others fran n THOUSANDS OF THEM XEU.ING IN Tin: NEW EXOLAMJ STATE
pumphlct: la bin posMitHslon )
1'111111..11,1ypur"
"
"Oh, wait ale pleaded, drawing For all kind of businesses
I ( ago i In London. '1 he tltln rciuls."CbrononhotonthologoH -- where a Tackle Block Is Used_
away from hIm. "I'pi sure I heartsome .
tit Moxt Triig-\
"
ono In tho ball-\pleuse.
Icnl That liver: Was .
Tragedy
'I'ragedlarvl :
,,
"I don't euro It the 'holeVorlJ went
/ i by (' of .
lr'rb" t any 11I1II"IIIY Trugidi.nns.
y r Just outside the door, uud It apparentlyli "
The first: two llnc-s
of thin effusion TIII
: said Tliurston. "I want you to

answer the iiicxtloii I've been trying rend' : Walton Self-Locking Block Co

to ask all the et'Pulug-wlll you" A\Vhero I".borontlph""ophono loft !
you ChronunhotontholoKosTIt
"There In. ,
some one wldp>red fhysterically
: I.H muted that thorn l.i
: an HiitclUli
and flinging herself into .
tUcUollllry Jlltolllllll the only word of 40IJAtlantl Avenue HUSTON": ; MASS.
chair
a Just a* Hobby Martin noisily
'
eleven syllable I
HoiiorlOcabllltudllilty.
cheerful and sure of welcome !burnt . -0
into the room. "I)l iproHirtlonaldetiMM"| IK glreaas
'FREili4 tie longest reasonable word In the
I CrATE "Jut got:; u wire" he cried gnyly.
Kngllsti Illnwuuu.
:
"I'aosod my exam. Jam I knew -- JOB PRINTING

you'd be ilfinit to bear, so I thought I'd Soil Far .tr.wberrie.. .
run over and I let yon know. Hello a
Time soil\
coonldered best suited to thu
Tlfintont I.n't U
bully, lanai I'm
cultivation of th>? strawberry In the
going up nest week.
northeastern part of the t'nlted States
"How' do you doT' said 'Ibur ton furiously. Is what III known ns a sandy or gravelly Executed at the office of the

I loam. A warm 'IUt'kfol.| \ thuug)
"Perfectly! floe," natd endfuvor-
Jane
naturally 11001'. U preferred to a badly, .
lug vainly to Jnject some entbUKlnnui retentive! moil| well HUpplieil' wl 'i p| '
Into her tone. "You can't think how ,rr' EAST COAST ADVOCATE
t- .
Lacking .. PRINTING
SEND YOUR JOB PRINTING TO TIJE ADVOCATE. glad I am, Hobby," 1 I... aunpBd. plant fi I e".u! 011. OFFICE.t .






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Y ..................................................... TITUSVILLE PROGRESSIVE ADDITIONAL "LOCALS. PENNEY:: : c4L :se: .E'iNN=r: G
1 )a
: fl I #: We ha"ve been dealers in <1IaI : CULTURE CLUB. -.
l fyr this week in THE CLOTHIERS AND FURNISHERS
r-Mr. Wm. Messer spent
I1A 111 IJ
I
I : V ll IJ nonda and( other precious stones | The Progressive Culture Club met in Titusville attending county court and T1.1iu.s-o-l.1.I.e: : loll'1c1n.

1 tJ' r rM : since the establishment of our : their present Club room, In the rear of meeting his old friends. --
J ft*********** *"*********** | the Presbyterian church, Tltusville on -Mrs. W. L. Riley and children of Our: Lenders 3

t business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years. :* Monday, and the following programmewas
New last week in Tltusville
p'' 3 -KE presented by a special committee for Smyrna, spent EDWIN CLAPP SHOES, MANHATTAN SHIRTS, STETSON HATs,
We the middleman's profit= the guest of Mrs. J. P. Wilson. CROSSETT SHOES E. & W. CALLAUS, KNOXTlIATs '
= = save you tho next two months: ,
Nov. 27th.-Subject: Thanksgiving, -Miss Charlotte. JI. Palmer, a mem- AND THE QUEEN QUALITY SHOES FOR THE LADIlN: .

f' I rIl roll call, quotations. ber of the Tltusville Ladles' Progressive: -

5'"+ te C/l R (IaF3 5( > f Heading President Roosevolt'sThanks- Culture Club, Is now in Hackensaok, The largest and most complu'iill)8) of
wIIIn 'OI' D ort giving proclamation, Miss Daisy Brady N. up-todate ready-made ol lot h i inj I) :
4'L' r I I Origin of Thanksgiving, Mrs. Wm. M, shown on the East suet
=: JKWKLKliS! ; IMI'OIITKHS VATAI.OUUE. :: Brown J.J. Coast: K wiung) In
H. Walker Superintendent of price from $0 to $22.50. :
:41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fl a. _ A.Heading, Thanksgiving poem Mrs\ F. Public Instruction, left Tltusville on I 1 rt -- -
Morgan ---
c :L ***************************************************** Discussion of Thanksgiving by the Wednesday for' the south end of the r 7r Complete stock of swell 'hOCKlow

l Itt I AI -- - Club members.Deo. county on a tour of inspection of the 1' k and high cuts In both lace alld 1 buttog

""f p 1 ][t.. ::c... :1VCOTI-OA7V.:: ' PETITION FOR WRIT OF MAN- 4th.-Business meeting. public schools.If 416 In I'Atent Leather, Tau, rmi Metal,
Dec llth.-History day. you have any houses or rooms to 5 : Pearl and Tan Buck and Ytci i KM.
DAMUS. Russia, Mrs Adhernar lirady.Discussion i L xlr A ,
.. of Russian literature, Mrs. rent, send us your ad. at once, as we are ? o r4. -$1.50) to SO.:10; -
- number of letters from North. ;y, ''t
Judge Jonci lives ))""''Nlo.. In Favor of E. E. Rollins. getting a --

1 DOtl'l' County Tnmiiiirer John Uenr,.. Heading from Russian novelist, Mrs.D. em people asking for particulars of TI .' I H Our line of high art, tailor-made cloth-

::. At the last meeting of Brevaid County B.'l'rltchard.Dec.. 18th. music. houses and rooms along the East Coast Inn: will stand the most rigid liiKpettl,

Commissioners, bold In Titiisvllle was Roll call/, -quotations Subject, from a favorite -Capt. H. D. Gladwln, after spending 5 :; I Only the latest and 1 beRt fabrics t'ntel'lnto

moved and adopted unanimously that song. about a week with his parents in Tltus : : its construction. The latest diipi!( art

Brevard County Treasurer, Mr. John History of music Miss Daisy Brady. ville, left on Sunday: for :Miami, where carefully studied and embodied,! therein,
Famous Mrs. J. C. Den ,
I III Henry, be and hereby ordered to trans- IIIL m. composers he will run the fine house boat, Bonita We ask your inspection. In connection

fer the sum of 1500.00:I from the fine Reading, Alexander's: Feast, Mrs. E. owned by Gen. Fitzgerald, of New York with this department, we carry u com

and forfeiture fund and place It to the B. Wager. City. 1 I .4ii pleto and up-to-dato line of ( ..cntlcmeu'iFurnishings ,
.
credit of the general road fund for tem ; Jan. 1st.-Business meeting.Jan. ;. Shirts of the famous ii lal1o
t'l'l -Miss Llllle Jones, the charming
I use. 8th.-History day. hattan brand, in Madras, Cheviot: and

, if'jf4': /'"''.' porary Mr. Henry refused to comply with the Japan, Mrs. Louis A. lirady. young sister of Mrs. E. L. Brady, was Percales, In both negligee and still baron
t.S 1 I the recent pleasant callers at this
I Discussion, Hussina-Japanese War, among effects. Earl (& Wilson Coll.iiH: HUOI
of the Commissioner
i 4 r. t"'_"" request County Mrs. K. K. Wilson Mrs. I'. C. Nelson. oflice. She was accompanied by Miss
as will he, seen by the following letter: Heading, Mrs. Oeo. tV. Hanford. and Stetson hate In fact, every access
Daisy Brady, daughter of one of our
Wines. Beers
Fine Liquors
CoP7lge torsi 1.&IJLOSS to a well-dressed man's ward ,
ory robe
i I To the Honor.hle l Kourd, of County Coiumlnalon-. Talk on Japan Miss Susie Glad win.
d Ales Stout Etc. era, Ilrnvuril County, Fia. Jan. 13th.;; -Current events, by mem prominent merchants.Mrs. BROS.& 0 Our line of neckwear Is unusually com
'% ) q t2T"8 nd me order 1TITUSVILLK 1 Gentlemen:-I ro p etfuly! decline transfer
your FLORIDA. thu funds M4 above ordered, iui 'it t lit not clear .in bers. l.. II. Decker, of West Palm Fine Clothes Mkers5J4Lr&woR plete, in Strings Ascots, Foui-in-lianilt
and COCOA, my uilnil that the ConitiilHHionera' can legally Jan. 22nd.-Federation day. Beach, spent Saturday and Sunday. In -s WW roes and also made up shapes. All the new

-------- utako. such a traiiHter.JoHN: HBMIV, Under direction of the Piesident. Titusville the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. onion logs. Suspenders, Stockings, I'D-
. Heading from Keystone.Jan. .
County Treasurer. N. Decker. She was accompanied by derwear and Handkerchiefs. All new
Robbins & Graham CO. 29111.! -Social day.A Mall orders a specialty.
'
adrIt ; I ; Tills matter was then brought before Neava the two year old child of Mr. and stock and of the best grades.

; 5 Judge. Jones, who has handed down the Mrs. \f. E. Gruber.A -----

j A /y d (Incorporated.) following decision: MIRACULOUS ESCAPE.On - - - -- -- -- ---- --
fine, bouncing lOlb. boy arrived
rAID UP CAPITAL J3,000.0( of Florida : Rel Hoard
Slate County Loins,of Fx ruvaril (,..0.v. .off)I Saturday: night last, about 10:88: at the Sembler cottage Titusville, on ...............................4...............4.....

r i ThUcompany owns John flenry.Tins ,. / while James Knight was driving his horse Wednesday morning and Mr. and Mrs.T. j F. A. MomAN, Proprietor.' H. WAlTon, Reglatorml Oriieiritt 1I 1

L ; c tl 3Li A nsr:: ID s, cause came. on to be heard on the petitionof with wagon, along DeSoto street, Tltus B. Hicks are the happy parents. Dr. .. .
the">lulntlllit for an order for nn alternative Kollins the arrival .
I ;I it R tbe Indian Rivet Country; On the St. writ of mandamus. ; and upon coimlileratloii of ville, the 10:30: southbound passenger was present on of j
l salt. pndtlon. I, In ordered that fcliM prayer nf this little cherub at the Sembler cottage.Mr. .
2)t I ? a Lucie River; at New River and on Hay; mini; petitionfor;;; ; tile: ; alternative,- wio-it'lit"iiiiuiilumtm train for Miami and intermediate points,
t I I. hereby reliiHeil, bociiime tlm Acne nf was just running into town. As far aa -: and Mrs. J. Hlckson and family
d I Ulsoayne. Prloea to suit the times. the U'KlnlHt.uro/ of Florlila, In Chapter 4321 ami I iRED PHARMACY j
Chapter:: 4:KB: Acts of IHiin imtalillnlieil. : a line: and: we can learn, the big electric headlight moved, on Saturday last, from their
Send for Land List. furrelturo fund; amt tile said' Acts provide that ,
said have soared the who
W 'er, I I4c the Trenaurxrhail pay out said<1 funiln only fur U to horse home In North Titusvilie, recently soldto
r Offices at Tltusville and Miami Fla. I orlmlnul expenses, leeK and cunt where the backed the wagon on the track. Luckilythe i Mr. J. R. Walker, to the Gaulden .
; rrlme win committed' In the county, and the .
) fern and costs are a legal l /; claim aiculiiHt/; tile engineer saw it, and Immediatelyput cottage on Washington avenue. This .

t bl P !I alii county Act'In,. nooorilanue with I the provisions' of on the emergency brakes; but the will be much more convenient for Mrs. :: TITUSVILLE, FLORIDAA :

East Coast Meat Market dug Dime or Nov.and,, HKin.ordered- at DeLand. Fla., this 16th engine' struck the wagon smashing It Into Hickson In her dressmaking business :. ..

MINOR: Join, fragments. Knight was In the. wagon; at -A Complete Stock of- .
a'' 1'' of said Court. -The usual bl-monthly meeting of : .
Judge
is O. F. DUREN Agent. .
the time, and he was carried along the
And thus It will be seen that CountyTreasurer track about 30ft., with the pieces of what Indian River Lodge No. 00, F. & A. M., .: PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. :
ESS :
held
did the by was In the Masonic Temple, Tltusville
right thing
ri erg Ck : Henry was once wagon. The man was pickedup .
;-:>;> 3.TITUSVILLE. not turning oyer tho $:3,1)00,00.) senseless,and Dr. Hollins was i Immediately i Wednesday evening when Dr. :: .JEJgjr-Presoilptlons Filled with the n ':
( U2 ,:::a.. do Is the E, K. Rollins and Mr. C. K. Stewart were "
The to
next to
thing get on the to( attend to what people .
spot Care and
;:>;> : Utmost Prompt!tudeTkSWE :
Initiated
into the
co: mysteries of the first T
above Acts repealed thojght was a dying luau 13. tetrange
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' I to say, upon a thorough examination degree In Freemasonry. An ADVOCATE: :f WANT YOUR TRADE. GIYE US A TRIAL ORDER. :
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1 td V ( i3r reporter was on hand, and took rote of :
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BREVARD COUNTY COURT. Knight in said to have escaped with onlya v
tbe fact that tackled the .
.they goat nobly.
I few bruises and akin abrasions-one of ,

_. Itievaid County Court with Judge the most miraculous escapes from i instant I -Mrs. L. C. Curtiss, mother of C. C. :I Toys Novelties Souvenirs Etc.[

d c2-: A. I). Penney in tho chair,and Ex-Judge death that has ever occurred in Titus- Curtlss, head salesman In the department ,
ear' ,
j 1 A. dI I). L, Qaulden, prosecuting attorney, ville. store of J. R. Walker & Co., arrived in :

I'' ; y continued Its session last Friday! morn- One of Knight's bands was on tbe rail, Tltusville the latter part of l last; week, :: Choice: Line of Cigars Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery. Brushes,

I FLORIDA. Ing. Quite a largo number of jurymen and It was merely pushed along by the and is comfortably domiciled at the ,
t Toilet Articles Shoulder Braces Candies and all other articles kept*
and witnesses in town this home of Mr. and Mrs. B. In : Fine ,
} were upon skidding engine wheel. The promptness E. Wager, .

4 J. L. MOBLEY occasion and Titusvlllo's hotel and of the engineer In putting on the South Tltusville, for the winter. This :t by up-to-date drug stores. *

boarding houses, did a good business. brakes saved Knight's life and hand. Is Mrs.Curtiss' first visit here In six years, :Z\
25T"U'o give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. +
ti ''c MiJ TITU3VILLE, FLA. Among other cases tiled were the following and she was greatly surprised and pleased .

w 1I' t 1: Contracts for all kinds of 1'aintlng, Kal- : to note the great improvements made In ......................................................
DOINGS OF THE PROGRESSIVE -
1 nomlnlng, Staining 1"lnlRhlnflanil PaperHanging State of Florida vs. GId Ilalgin, charged Tltusville in the intervening years. --
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'4r'', ''t consistent. at with the good. most workmanship reasonable price } with -fishing In Lake Winder was CULTURE CLUB Mrs. Curtlss who was not favorably impressed J .........".............................................
found, guilty by the Jury, and fined *.>0 with the town six years ago, Is J /
t.t.S or six months. O. McCarty: defended Althongh'1'uesllay. in TLtusville was completely fascinated with it
now.
All Work the East Coast
on 11 ill Kin.; a rainy day, the monthly entertainment ) C i IilD.i
given to the Ladies' Progressive Culture ) Jdr
-Especially Solicited State of Florida vs. George Mason, I CHURCH NOTICES. <<
I Club by Mrs. .A, D. Penney and Miss 4O.
IO Lot me know what you want and get my charged with tire hunting: at nigbt. The J L. Mandavllio/ the Jeweler Is ready for *
well "ttended-
Si;, estimate on it. Prompt attention Jury brought In a verdict of not guilty Daisy Brady was fairly )
ii Business in his location. <
Tltusville.-Rev. Millidgo Walker will new
L jjlven to all work about a dozen members being present.As
C. T. defended.
JlcCurly >f
: II I usual, Miss Brady had a surprise in preach at St. Gabriel's church Sunday *
r fir 'r I State of Florida vs. W. A. Hart, who 4
i y store, which succeeded in drawing out next at 7:30: p. m. Sunday school at : e
IV ICitching: was charged} with lire bunting at night, t
{ Stanley the talent of each member artist 7:30.:
as an
was nolle piossed. C. T. MoCaity de ; : Sales room Repair Shop,Optical IMrlor :
S ) and chewing In this instance, with, Hev. Walker will hold services I I .f
% i -Dealer In- gum Millldge ;
I ; fended. ____________ : Ms.onle. ... ...... Pontlllce .....""... 1
the aid of toothpicks proved to be quitea at 5t. Mark's church, Cocoa, on Sunday 1 e
: FISHING TACKLE STATIONERY CIGARS *
COLORED CAMP MEETING.The useful article for with Its use, moulded next, na follows: Sunday school at 0:30) *
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t Il''{ i C Tobacco, Pipes, Candles, Fancy China Into a camel, Mrs.\ Lorlllard was a. m.; morning prayer, 10:30: a. m. -
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t and Temperance Diinks. great annual colored meetIng enabled to capture the prize-a beautiful =
camp :
Rev. John W. Walker will hold 1 ser I
The following brands of cigars deliveredat
r'' 1I *;-.25! $ per box of CO: which had been In full swing at the china cup and saucer. vices at Trinity church Melbourne, E.: L. M se..j ..D Y' & SEO., I

West Promos camp grounds, Tltusvillo, for about a The consolation prize was drawn for, 10lO:
next at
t IlumbolJt Key hmobois. on Sunday a. m. DEALERS IN-
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Il t week reached the climax on Sunday and won by Mrs. F. A. consistIng
Cromo, Cabanas I.'olmh.kl.Flinch Morgan,
,, I t b a b Cards, I Oe. ; Hand Made Palmetto when excursions were run from various of several pieces of gum, with whichto Eau 0I\\IIe.-8t.\ John's church. Bible GROCERIES, GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
class at 3lO:: Evening at
I p. m. : prayer
P Hats, :25o. points up and down the East Count, try her luck at some future time. 7:30 Rev. John W. Walker will We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FEIV1 IM( ,EM,,
STUART, FLORIDA bringing about 1,500 colored people to Delicious fruit salad and punch were p.m. We deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of all/ OODIUDers. -

i this town,as well as a great many" white served. Although the rain poured and officiate. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at'your station.E. .
L. BRADY & BRO. TITUSVILLK FLA
XX E. Vesey Hall XXi folks. wind howled outside, those who had 'PHONES FOR TITUSILLE. -

__ Y The weather was superb, the teuipeia- courage to brave the storm were more --- --- -- - - -
I 1 I130zLt I
: t I
Oeorglann, Fla.
\ L. Mandavillo
Mr. U.
of the
I turn being about 73 degrees! the hade. than well repaid. manager <;<>nrE; :
; :B-u.l.1C1.cr: The streets were fairly crowded. with After wishing the hostess adieu, all new telephone company, has had a forceof w S : <:/

{ people all day-going and returning to wended their way homeward. men employed erecting telephone -Dealer In-
ti' Agent for New Superior Motor. poles all over town and It will not belong

v t Have h. I', on hand; call and see it. the: colored camp, where preaching was ere the well-known "Hello;" of the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN FRUIT AND
K continued until late hour In a mammoth CURES FOR COLDS.C. ,
Estimates and prices furnished on
r operator will be heard in Tltusville and
tent. PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

r i I application. The imp closed for\ this year' on Monday . C. Warren, of the Baltlmor' Bargain neighborhood. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

s i It t being: quite an orderly gathering House, was chatting about colds,
i ; Fi THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, throughout. In the lobby of the Eutawa House. I ATTEMPTED MURDER.

"Coal oil will knock any cold silly," Yesterday morning about 1:13, Win R.: Walker

F } : ; Brewing Asso's.I"a.uo. BURIED IN ST. PAUL'S he said. "The Idea of drinking coal oil screams of murder emanating from a
e -- Dealer In -
seem to some aesthetic
t may repugnant house near Tltusvllle's colored town,

i v'f , I ...Bt. Louli' Keg and Ho. The body of :Sir: Charles \Vllllaras, tastes, but one'tablespoonful will\ fix the noon brought a crowd of people and the Staple asid'Fy: : Groceries: :

,1 tied Rwr.A founder' of the Young :Men' Christian I business for the most stubborn cold In Marshall to the spot, and upon (Investigation Fruits: ar1d: Vegl3ta'blea.

I ft Sold by Meur F.A.LoMlojr and Association, and president of its London I the head or body. Turpentine another It was found that a colored man, ..

i l{ t tl l R. U MotlnwTltusvlll; .,ri._. headquarters' for20 years, who used:: Xov. fine thins for general conditions. I named Jonas Williams, had made a gosh: E3ay" Grain: :% acid: F'C0

S n B Mr. R. L. Motlow,Cocoa ria. 0, wan burled In t. Paul's ouliedral, firmly believe that if a man will take 13 with a razor or knife across his wife's -Your Patronage Sollclted-

} I'' '''f London, England, Nov 14. to 20 drops of turpontlnejn sugar, once neck, evidently with the Intention of TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

-, 1t JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., The memorial requestingburlal In St. every :2 months he will never he reallvsick. cutting her throat or severing the bead - -- -
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Plalll'a Inclii'oil the names of persons It's an Internal Turkish bath In I from the body. The woman was in bed 1,

4 Sole Distributors, prominent In all walks of life, and was effect, and leaves the system thoroughly : lying on her face, and it is surmised that INDIAN RIVER ICE FACTORY.TITUSVILLE .

((1 forced by resolutions from the Councilof cleansed and In good shape to take on he thought It was her throat he was cut-
010 to 620 West Bay Street [ FLA.Is .
t North America, representing -100,000) ) new strength. There's no excuse for A clog, as the room was in darkness at thetime. attes tI-
I cold and It's J prepared to furnish Ice in -Sacked or loose. Special
members of the association, and also by a dangerous thing to pass any quantity .
paid sacking for Yachts for Fair dealing Is my motto.T.
by. -Baltimore Mews.Shoe or family use.
Rollins
t resolutions from council In many other Dr. was Immediately called In,
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T.
WETMORE Proprietor.
countries. and be stlched the big gash together

e r 1 LOUISVILLE. KY. Itepnlrlitg.I thus giving; the woman some hope of re
bteblllbnt cur Illiickamlth and Repair. Shop.If covery.

u_..../w.urkri.. friM you want a new wagon or an old do all kinds of boot and shoe repairIng The would-be murderer, after the deed SEND YOUR.ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE

FURSand one repaired write me. I pay freightone and do not forget it. Opposite Jas. decamped, and up to this morning be

r 1 Hide*. u way J, D. Eofofu.Titusville Pritchard .t Son., AXDRBW Oiasoir. has not been captured. Sheriff Brown
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-w. Fla. Tltusville, Fla. I* now on his trail. < ' FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING e

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