Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
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Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 8, 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: VID00428
Source Institution: University of Florida
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LOCAL NEWS, Christum: !* N Coming1. Overcoat Overcoats ! Shoe and Huts at KlInoN.If : Titittvlllo Furniture-. AMONG THE HOTELS.


,Vnd Topics of General Interest Have you thought of Christmas yet? "'0 are showing$: this Reason the largest / I you want any Shoes, remember we When you come to Tltusville, the lint Tnku note of the new hotel ads. of the

Well It Is neatly here, but our line of lino of fashionable and up to data carry four of the leading! makes: Doug' place you want to hem, for Is the Tlrimvllln Hotel! U'lndor, Jacksonville; tho River-

P"r Reading notice ads arc ten cents Toys and Fancy Articles are here first. Overcoats for both Men anti Boys that I'I Us, Italian and Walkover for 1It"1and Furniture Co., tho only np-to-il.it view Moriltt; and l Carleton, Melbourno.

per line on this page: If you have not seen them, just call; we was ever befoul shown In Titusvllle-the Boys, and Krlppendoif & Dittman Shoes Furniture store In the city. These hotels art now open and ready to

TUB ADVOCATE, can show you something that will please Uncut coats nnd prettiest pattern you I Ifor Ladles Prices light, terms e"ny; cash, or 01 rnrelve guests

you, your wife, the children or your best evor saw. I'llces, $'>,(XI( to $20.01) I If you want a hut, we carry the Stet time.
$1.50 per annum, In advance. Tho St. (l iui'ge hotel, St. Augustine,
.To six months girl. You should see those Cravenette; son, Ktioxall and Howard Ituby carriages and I1o; -Carts a specialty .
ably managed by Mr. W. II. Houstls,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Our prices are just the thing, and so they are winners at :*1 13.00 and $:W.OO. Jut.It's KI.INK:, from $1.00' up. /
will soon for the season !Mr. II.
When subscribe for the ADVO- are our go>ds. If you don't believe it Call in and look through our lines Tltusville, FIt H. E. OX SKU, '1'1 tllllV II 10. open
you has had
fOl'l'O1I11loye.I
quite' a gettingtho
CATB by tho year, It does not cost you just come and see. We can please you.

three cents per week, postage included. Our line of toys are varied, and among :Mall oideis a apeclaly. -The many friend of Capt. C. F --l: [r. T,. F. I'ct.tulla prominent moi. house In readlnoHH for the winter

Note date of expiration printed upon them you can find something that will Hen our largo display ail ou Ktli page/ )Fischer are pleased to see him around chant of New York, has arrived at his tourist. 1101'111>11.

your paper or wrapper every week. This be sure to please the little ones. 1'KNNKY ifc BlIANNlNU, again': after bin late lllnenn. Uocklodge/ winter home for the season. The St. Lucle County Tribune naysthat

U a receipt for your money. No need Dolls? Von we have them large,: and Mr. and l Mrs. John St. Lawrenceand
The "lotlilcm DnVaux of
Up-to-date -Mr. Mains Courtonay, ar-
for us to( send receipt for subscription. -Dr. Chas G. Weld, of Boston, ar- ,
I The date Rives it to you. small, and the kind that won't brake, :\I en's and Buys' Furnishers, lived In Tltusville, Sunday, en route to I'he.lln Tltusvilln yesterday; with 1,0< llIlIU, Arthur J., and daughter, Anna,
with the IndcHtructnble head that looks of West Haven Con II., arrived l In Fort
Tltusville FU. : boxes of aboard the schooner
ADVOCATKS for sale at the Red Canaveral Club of which ho I is u member. oranges
like the mOMt expensive bipipie. Marie. Pleice last week. Mr. Lawronce l Is the

Cross Pharmacy, Tltiisville. For the boys we have things too numerous -Mr. W. K. Sanders, a ,prominent resident CALL AT ONCE and see those Hoys lessee of the .Fort Pierce hotel, and U u

--Mr. !II, S. Sams, of Courtenay, was to mention. Does he want n of Iiidi.inola, was It town Wed- Overcoats at Penney it Briinnlng's. -.l: I5. A. I), Penney phinsantly entertained man of experience, having conducted

ill town a day or so this week, wagon? Well we have: them nil sizes, all nend.iv.; They are winners. tho Ladles' Aid Society of tho '1'i-! Hill' homestead, at West Haven forseveral
tunvlllo Methodist church\ on Wednex
and almost Inexhaiistable
1JOTS' OVERCOATS, all sizes and very prices an supply -Mrs. John K. Mlot\ and !Miss Jessie -A in on tf the pleasant' callers nt this day afternoon years

latest styles, at Teiiney & Brannlng's. Sanders, of Indlanola, attended the office on Wednesday, were MOSHIS. I). St. Mr. C. O. Chamberlain, proprietor of
JOHN. WALKKU n A CO, Clair XUbot and J. K. Hoed of Indlauola. -The Vngabondu; with Mr. W. SMellln .
subscribers to this danco at the Opera house, Tltusvllln, on ; tho Palmetto hotel, Daytona, Klv, hams
All
delinquent I
TUB I.AIOIE HI1ICK BI'OUK.: and family, of Pltttiburi, Pn.,
Wednesday night. secured the services of Mr. J. Emerson
paper will receive a bill within a day orso Tltu8vllloI Floiida..Mr. .
aboard, panned through Tltusvllle, yesterday -
Dodge the popular chief clerk at the
IF YOU WANT ANY CLOTJINO / )
Fresh lots of XlchoU' CKUSIIKD: OATS ,
011 10ute toJVew/ I'ImyrnlIUl.1 Day-
Blyman, Magnolia, 111;lHS., for thin sea-
-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown left A. J. Sembler who has been just received at Wagoner & Co.'s.Among Kline undoubtedly carries the best tona. '
has had successfuland
Mr. Hodge
and Hon. a
largest stock In town.
here last week for Xew York, to do enjoying; a visit with MHHOII nt Sebastian\: the callers at
recent
pleasant -Mr. T. A. Snider, CIIIChI llt I's great wide hotel experience, and his many
some shopping and visit relatives. returned to Tltnxvllle on Monday.PEXXEY this office were Miss Mabel Berge, of -Mis. W. 19. Branning left hen on him
catsup manufacturer, Is now at his (line frlniuN will be delighted: to see In

-Plenty of singing, dancing and musical A: BltAXXIVO I hate Just received Adelphla N. J. ; and Miss Jeanuetto Monday's early morning train for Mlddlubutg I. winter home nt Ilobe Sound, Flu., but Daytona this winter Mr. Chamberlainwill :

novelties will be found tonight In a large shipment of Boys' Over Wilson a late arrival from Shelton, Ct. where her father I III III. Oho expects Mrs. Snider Is still In the New fork open the Palmetto on tho 15th of

'A BieezyTlme" at the Tltusyllle Opera coats. Call and see them, Mrs.\ I.. Hoi-Huy, of LaGrange( left on to be away several weeks sanitarium, where she re.ieutly underwent this month.Mr. .

louse. De sure to see it. Master Rufus Kobblnn, who Is a Wednesday night, for Indlunola, accompanied -Mr, M. S. Sams, one of Courtenay's a very severe operation. Lnland Sterry, manager of the

} DR. F. H. HOUGHTON Is still attendIng student nt Itollin College, Winter Park, by Miss Jessie Sanders, with prominent orange/ growers, spent a few CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.I We are Royal Polnolana' and Breakers, Palm

from whom she will stay for tho next week or days In town this week, and 1 gave the now receiving one of the most pretty
I to business at the Indian River spent Saturday until !Monday with hunch, arrived In Hot Springs/ Va., last

I Hotel wharf, Tltnsville. See him be. his parents, In Tltusville. two. AIIVOOA.TK odlce a pleasant call. up-to-thnto" line of goods for Christmas week, from :New York with his brother,

fore he leaves. A new shipment just tecelvod liar presents you ever saw on tho East Mr Find Sterry to spend Thanksgiving
; I IMr. II Assorted JAMS, Sunbeam CORK; one -Mr. 1\11111111'11. D. A. Blodgett! and interesting ,
lam'tt Imperial and Breakfast Bull Coast They are superb-iooking art- Day with their mother Mrs. K.S.Sterry.
of the family have arrived theirbeautiful ,
-:: and Mrs. Geo. F. Miles, who highest grades on the market ; ,
I left their summer home at Pomfret at Wagoner & Co.'s, Tltusville.It winner homo on Kidgowood CoiTnoH at Wagoner & C.o's. Idles, so do not send away for anything. Mr. Leland Sterry ha just returned
for we have just what you want. Remember from In New Brunswick
n hunting trip
last have avenue, Daytona; from Grand. Rapids, -On Tuesday afternoon next Mrs.[ E. /
: Center, Conn., on Sunday arrived - In to laugh to see Jack Dauber, some of these articles are I with Mr John Jerome Kelly and Mr.
at St. Augustine for the winter. that I Mich. E. Rollins and Mis. Geo. W.Hanford will
irrepressibly funny comedian, play now on view Call and see them at William A. Tile, both of whom are expert -

-JIUs Annie Jones, alter spending a the part of the tramp In "A Breezy SITUATION WANTED) on a farm or Jointly entertain the ladlox of the Tltim- Red ('1'0111 Plmrmucy Titusvlllo [ shots. They wore successful In

couple of days In Titusvlllo with her Time," at tho Tltusville Opera house to elsewhere by married. man. Near vllle Progressive! Culture Club, at the residence -Oulte a number of people from getting game
of Mrs. Kollins Palm Htroet.Dr. .
on
scho l. Unlimited refeionces. Address
parents, Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones, returned night. Conrtniiay cunio to Tltiisvlllu, WodnoHnciHday .

to Stetson University, DeLand, Northern lady would like a position In A. Glbby, K It 2, Delevan, X.Y. E. If. Armstrong, the eye and tuorulng, In Mr. M. H, Sams' fast DEATH OF TWO PROMINENTMEN.

Monday. Miss Annie's many friends the; :South' tor the winter season, as -Dr. E. E. Rojllns) who wax called to nerve specialist, of Jacksonville, halO I motor boat, to be present at the organ-/ .

are always pleased to see her In town. Pianist; orchestra or without Address, )Fort Pierce, professionally, last Maturity been making/ a short trip ''own tho East Dillon of a Chapter of Royal Arch MnHOIIH -

WE HAVE SOME BEAUTIFUL PREsents Box 2.:;, aockled e, Fla. 10-4 : returned to Tltusvllle on Monday Coast, sod has boon mooting with such which took place Wednesday News has been received by the ADVO-

for Christmas. Call and see WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU ARE lie made another trip to St. 1.lIcle'scOllnty grand success, and the demand. has been evening. CATIO of the death of two prominent and
,,110 groat for his services, that ho has decided
town Wednesday well know General H. J. Anderson
them at the Red Cross riiarmacj, Ti- looking for In the way of a pretty present returninghere Two ]Furnished Cottages at Meriltt, men-
yesterday.Mrs. to mako a short return trip at a and Mr. Fred F. Taylor. .
tu vllle. for Christmas. Call and nee all near i postofllco, store, hotel, landing;
near date. Datnrt of which will bo given General Anderson the father of
and W. of Jack- the lovely articles at the A. Treutlor, a prominent and thoroughly screened. Six room house wan
Capt. Mrs. A. Rule In the ADVOOATK Illt.er."A !Mr. John Anderson of the
sonville arrived In Tltusville last Friday, Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusville. highly respected resident of Eau Gallic, (two bedrooms 2nd floor); $130.01) rent one managers
and her breezy Time" In not a one man for' Mix! of Hotel Ormond; and the Mount Washington -
and the of and Mrs. (I. charming/ young niece, Miss season of four or niontlis. Four
were guests: Mr. -Some of the finest apples we have
Elizabeth show by any means, but the cast Is made bedroom 2nd lloor / and Mount Pleasant hotels In the
F. I Hornlg, were pleasant callers room cottage ( : ), $100
Duren while in The
town. Captain tasted this season were those sent Into
and at this office on Wednesday. They came up of a whole load of funny comedians rent 7} acres In the plat; rich ham- White Mountain. He has spent many
returned to Jacksonville Saturday, this office by Mr. and :Mrs. C. L. Berge
,
winter at the Ormond where ho had
and beautiful girls whoMe festive A
to Titusville to attend to some business jollity mock orange and vegetable land, !2011( )
Jlrs. Bute left for Fort Fierce
Monday a few days ago. The apples were from
; will drive the blues and make lost of friends. He died last week at
matters, and returned to Eau flalllo away you feet fronting on Indian River .100
yes orangeti
where
she will be the guest of Mrs. A. their farm at Adelphla, X. J. '
K. WlIl\on. for a few days. terday afternoon. forget you have any household or other i ( ; nil for $::5OOO( Including cottages ils homo In Portland, Me., over 8:1: year

-:Mrs.[ DeVoe Same and Miss Catherine troubles. ThisFridayevening\! ) at the furnished' l, Implement, tool, utensils. of ago! Goneral Anderson' !genial presence -

-The yawl-rigged yacht, Orlan, ownedby Sams, of Courtenay; and Miss Jessie -I -M"8terIbert Ilolmnn son of Mr. Opera house, Tltusvllln. Tickets for A. R. Moore, I'. o. Uox :22: will be much missed In Ormond
Mr. \V. n. Gregg, of St. Louis, !Mo., I and Mrs. E. M. Holman, of Worcester, hlii winter.
Sanders, of Indlanola, came up to Tlitisvllle sale at Penney" lirannlngs. Resnrved l Rocklodge Fla.ADDITIOVAI. .
,
and commanded J. A. I'alno Mass., and Daytona, Fl."., arrived In Tl
by Capt. on Tuesday, expressly to attend seats, 75ots.; general admlnslou, ::;lIclH.; Mr. Taylor who was .o well known at
., LOCALS will bo found.
was in Tltusvllfe 6n Wednesday. She tusville on Friday last, on a visit to Dr.
.
ritusvlllu and other
the meeting of Friendship Chapter :Xo. children-jr.ctH.! Rockledge place.*
and !Mrs E:. E. Rollins. On was on her way to Palm Beach and Miami H.ituaday; ,
11, Order of Eastern Star. They evidently \X ATTRACTIVE IIIrJfl(! CALENDAR along the East Coast died at his home

for the season. Mr. Gregg was not take Interest In the Order, or they Albert accompanied Dr. Rollins and Mr. to any address Post 1'lIld.Vrlte us. In Grand Rapids, Midi., on the 2!>th lilt.,
on board, for he had to return to St. L. C. Branning on u hunt and they returned Homo For Sulo.
would from attack of
not far. Mr.
Como so The First National( Bank Miami Fla. an pneumonia. Taylor -
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Louis, to celebrate his golden: wedding:, with 40) quail and several duck.
--'T Capital, $.iuiao.: ) Surplus, *l2r>00.) ) For lillIe, a beautiful winter homo, sit- owned the Plaza hotel, cottages, or-
report of which was published In last Albert returned to Daytonn, Monday
Try lU e. Four per cent paid on Savings.: 2m hated at Marrltts Island, Fla.; 2J: acres, ange groves and other property at Rock
week's ADVOCATE. Mr. B. A. Bean, a afternoon, with n big/: bag of quail| and -------- groom house, good dock and breakwater edge, whore he had spent many winters,
former clilef of the U. S. Fish Commission duck, and said he had a grand time In '
Having opened a first-class Barber Alan mud AVIfo Wanted. ; orange, grapefruit, tangerine and |lead great many friend He also

was the only passenger on the Shop, next to the Indian River Hotel I and around Tltu vllle. I king and 1 kumquat trees, In bearing. One owned the Indian River hotel, 'Tltusville .

Orlan. Ila [Is seeking specimens for the respectfully solicit a share of the public FURNITURE:, DRY GOODS, 1I0))<:H. Reliable man and wife wanted. (Xo or this bent local Ion* on the Indian River pla.. lie leave to mourn liii loss beside

Smithsonian Institute. patronage. I ask but a trial. Children's Sectional: bookcases: children). 3Iust understand care of or- "OOft.() of river front on both Indian and bill widow, their two children, Mr. Albert -

hair cutting a specialty. Souvenir postal cards. auge grove, and who can run a launch. lamina rlvors.AddreuM. A. Taylor of Cocoa; and Mrs H. H.
.
Steady For Christina Have also added a department for Oil floaters Gas stoves. Wife to do laundry work. Cottage/ at Ilo\ F., Peck, of I'etoMkey, Mich.

Cleaning and Pressing Clothes. Satisfaction Down Felt mattresses heir dUponal. Assistant man on place. Cocoa, Fin The AKVOOATK: editor was well nojualnted -

When making/: your selection of XMas guaranteed. House furnishing good. Address, with particulars and reference with both of these estimable

presents, do not forget those useful PKRItr -TollMSO.V.: Linoleum Carpets, Rugs C. B. JBXFKIIHOX!: l-'iirulsluMl IfoimoN For Jtent. gentlemen, and extend most sincere

articles that not only make the recipient CHAM. A GARD*EH, TiTfsvu.i.K, FLA. Hobo Sound, Fla. sympathy to their bereaved ones.
happy upon receiving but happy as well : Four Furnished Home for Rent to
Orange Grove For Sale.
all through the year, or years to come. Cow Wanted.Fine Thing You >Tc" Went Tltusvllla Property: )' 1".,
We have the prettiest lot of Toilet ten rooms, eight rooms,
At Gomez, Fla., containing/ twenty-live\ We always carry a Full Line of the For Mule.
Sets, China; and Glassware Including five room and four rooms.
acre, with about ten acres [In fruit trees, fresh Cow ; must be a good butter celebrated Keen Kutter Tools
the latest and prettiest China and Glass For particulars: address,
principally grapefruit and tangerines; maker, gentle And acclimated Part John Lucas faints In all\ shades, tints Fine retidenne and tract of land, eon-
Articles, Ornaments, Fancy Dishes etc., .,, R. WAI.KBK.TUu.vllle.
which just commencing to bear. Frost proof. Jer.ey.1'116 particulars, price age and colon.. taming :21 acres, part of which I Is a Fine
will make useful ornamental Fla.
and very las this jear GOO to TOO boxes. of fruit. and breed. Oil heater, The only perfect Oil -- .. _. OUAXGE GROVE. The RESIDENCEs :
acceptable XMas C. B. Jr.rFKiiHQ
presents. Very rich and fine garden soil. For particulars : heater mode Is the Perfection ; It will Cottage for Halts new anrl lln perfect condition throughout -
WALKER HARDWARE Co.Titunllle hobo Sound Fla.
i address, not smoke or smell. When you get this Resilience\ cuntalnseleven. room,
Fla.
i, T. A. SSIDEH' Fruit and Vegetable Heater you will not have the trouble Ten Room Cottage/: on Uitrton avenue. exclusive of Bath nom and Pantry and

Job Printer Wanted. hobo Sound, FU. you each.have been used to. Price, $4JJO Completely furnished!. Acetylene Oat China; Closet. Hot and cold water le

Shipped to Marx Brother, corner of JAS. PHITCHAHD A: Sov.TltuII'lIle.: tearing Orange and Grapefruit trees on bath room, kitchen and pantry. Bathroom

Wanted, a Job Printer, who can fill In Launch For Hale, Cheap. Bay and Julia streets, Jacksonville Fla. lot. Cheap for O4li. Wiite has sanitary closet ; Laundry ha

time on newspaper. Must to a sober Fla., always bring good results. Their I'. O. Box \i: sanitary clo"et'and water facilities.
man. Constant Naphtha launch for sale, no engine: Water good and .
employment to right facilities for handling/ Pineapple, Grapefruit Notice. IO.iJ) RorkleJge, Fla. plentiful.Barn

man. Ten dollars per week. i fine model built by Palmer BrOIl,; Co Oranges and Early Vegetables can -------- -- '.!.Mft.x.'IOft.: new and up-to-date

Apply at this office. Cob, Coon 2<;xQi.ft., IHO.| draft with not be sorpa lHld. This Is one of the Take Xotiee that on Deo. llth. 1UO.:>, t'4rnhlheod Cottages| For Kent. ID all Its arrangement. Carriage house

engine In. Hardwood finish, lockers on oldest and most reliable houses In this that portion of the waterway of the adjoining barn. Water In barn.

Victor Talking[ Machine. both sides; cushions, carpets flags and state. Try them.Orange Florida CoastLine Canal and Transortatlon highland Park Cottages, at Eau GallleFla. Large Chicken House, cement Moor

an $13 magneto-sparker Included. This > Co., known a* the Haulover ., overlooking Indian River good also supplied with water

Before buying a talking machine, see launch Is nearly new. Owner baa boughta Treed for Hale. Canal I viz.: the canal connecting( Mosquito flsblng hosting and bunting, short distance Ground, surrounding house uDder

the Victor Talking Machine; price from larger launch. Bare chance for any Lagoon with the Indian River to Ocean Beach all new and nicely good cultivation. Shrubbery etc.

m.OO to 10000. Records $3.00, $10.00 one needing a floe launch. 'Price. $300.: Choice varieties of orange and kumquat will be closed by ,.ald company for and furnished 4-5 and 7 rooms each. I'hotosand To be seen to be appreciated. *

and U .OO per dozen The Red Cross to trees. AddriM F. C. CociiBAxr said .1
Apply :, daring day. full particulars on application A very decided bargain for somebody

Pharma )'.on tll8Vllle. I* agent for this, J. M. LArLlx.Tltniville. Reference: WeUka. Fla. GEO. G. Gf.EAOM, I War R. Roucu.tf I CUAS. T. McCoy,

the best talking machine on the market. Fl.. Almost any business man on East Coast Superintendent. Eau!: Gallle, Fla. : w Tltusyllle\ Fla.b .



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: EAS CUA8'l' AUVU\JATE, DECEl\1BI 8, 1905.

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*, '1 for f, >; i 'lie I'irllptt, time such rcfrula' 'l'OAUgnUon by: the department of commerce can I>"k'ti'1 wHTiln The revenues then --

Free and tlon of Itistrliil activIties has! been and labor of general!' labor condi- our revenue laws must be readjusted. Standard Electric Company

Accepted Masons. I..u/otuh..d/ III dn notion of the law- tlons, especial attention to be pulcl to It Is Impomdblc to outline what shape

? uaatklag [lidI4. nnd all that I propone the conditions of child labor and child such a readjustment. should l take for ,

N! to meet the IiatiKed conditions! In labor legislation In the several states it Is as yet too[ early to say whether

.i 4 .; Much tnuiiiUM- will prevent the commonwealth Such an investigation!' should take into there will be need for It. It should bo Jacksonville, Florida.

T indian _c). No. 00Titusvllle ;abdicating! the power It has account the various problems with considered whether It Is not desirable

,, t. always POMHCHHCH!, not only In this country which the question of child labor la that the tariff laws: should provide for

; : River but alno III Ungluul!: : before and connected.: In such a republic as ours applying as a-gilnst: or lu favor of nny FRED E. GILUKIIT ,

% : I Lodge. Florida. since thin country became a separate tho one thing that we cannot afford' to other" nation maximum and minimum
: neglect is the of established by the congress
J I Holds Itemo..tllllhtlloaellfmd, anil fourth Weil nation. problem turning out tariff rates
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'' I i nemliiy of each month a* their room, In the Itnllroud Ilnle L.ewl..latloii.As deoeut citizens.: The future of the nation III) as to secure a certain reciprocity of
::1 ...1) s 1 Court lloima ritua Ille, at 7 ::311 o'clock )I" ui.M. I Hiilil In toy inesHiigo of Dec. 0 depends upon the citizenship: of treatment between other tiatlo.is andoIiyspIvei4.
j, .4 It 8. Biinn, Worshipful. ) Ma, .t r.K. .
last the Immediate and! must pressing the generations to come. Tho childrenof .
Bnnlor Wanton'' .
4 A. Miiritan ..de.1' t( : t State
I I PP'' 'i F. A. LiiHluy.liinliir, War
?4.. 'k 1L c ;tt PL J.. riirrmliurn M. IMxon. 'IraiiHiirerJ. (Huc-reUry.. In the enactment into law1 of some the destiny of our I land, nnd we c'unicstlv rconijenti; to the congress \ \J_ AUTOCARS and FI\\ Ns
-n.
4 V p' J. It. Walker (Hnnlor Umujon.M. scheme to "secure' to the agents of the cannot milTon/ neg'cct: : them. The leglalatu.'o tht! need of tvonoiinnd.; ta 'Illsen IJOATis
. .J I DHHOOII.C. -MOTOIt AND STATIONARY EXGINIvKF :
] Jr. KnirllHh flhIIF i
; a t H. Walton. (Honlor Steward. government: stuTi) supervision and regulation of Colorado! has recommended 'I. of u ild!; scnitln.of. appioprlation )) -
*. A. A. Ht warl, ltinl"r Htowartl. of the rates charged by the rail' that the national go\ernment provide <. All unneiess.iry oHce' should :| '-I keep the laigvst mode in t the Houlli .

.A .1 M.A. A.J). Htewart 1'imnuv, Tylcir..T Clni", |>luln.. road of the country ellgngl-'ll In. inter.state Homo general measure for the protection IM' abollHlici I i. In time public printing HiittuileH, CoiI Dsnunuio, Lamps, Horns. Wilte 01 < ,ni

I 1). JniiIe. AOlh'Lt'r'I"r.' : traUc( tlli Hhtill uuinmar'.ly anti offectlvely fiom abuse of children and dumb aN'! ) 11 1-irge, si\lug of money can: be 1'iicoH. Mull older receive pionipt attention.

M Win. II. McParlaml" :Marshal. prevent the imposition of unjust animate throughout the United. States. inude. Thore Is a constantly growing] 37-41 Wont Foisyth Stieet. JACK ( I\\: ] | | ]Ie'' 1 1ItLF

A or unreasonable rates. It must I lav. the matter before you for what I t tendency I h (publish' masses of tinlmportnut .- T j

OltOKIl! OF KANTKltN! STAK.FrloixlHhlpCliaptnr trust! will! l ho favorable consideration .
; ; Include putting u complete stop to rebates your ) lufol'lmtlollllt: which no human

ctj '' !: ; No. 11 I. holds: Its meeting' I In every shape anti! form. This! being/ ever Ijj'us.Vet. .: VEHICLE & HARNESS u)
I theflraC ,
t wiiili I.mlifo TitiiKvllln
: 41 In the M ) room on
.j ... .
like all An toVom. Who Work. of I must
and third, '1'tiuiiil.tyii, lii each nioiuli' at 7 MO power to regulate rates, similar In Rpc.-klng:: economy. ,
k u p. in. Tho following) are the otlluur or tho powers over the business world, should The department of commerce and labor In nowise!: be derstood( an advocating Corner Poisyth ami Cedar s>ts.

p h4 hnpter MlH Kato: Htewnrt W. M. be exercised with moderation, caution should also make a thorough Investigation the false economy which !Is In the end JACKSONVILLE, Hn'i\' |( '! \

F4l' F. A. Morirnn W. i V.Mra. and self restraint, but It should exist :' of the conditions of women in th worst extravagance." To cut down

"4't' 44I e .. F.II. A.It. Morgan WHam: ,Hnrretury."M.'I..te M.Mrt so that it can ho effectively exercised industry. Over .OOOOOO) American wo lu the navy would, In. u crime against/ Our stock ofVAOON4. . .

T Mrs ,1. Kline TiniiMiiriir.Mm when tho need arisen. Oli'lllI'e/ now engaged" In gainful occupations the nation. To fall to push! forward
1'uluolr".H.JlII.o \ :!, [BUG I FS, CARRIAGES,
: ,1 M. Dlxon)
4 ('iitherliHl (HIUIH., ABnoclat Con.MlHUjwtnliiHanilorn : In uiy judgment, tho most important yet there Is an almost complete work on tho Panama canal would has
/ ( Rnrh.Mm provision which such law should contain dearth of data upon which to base any great a folly. SUKREVH, '1 HAJ' ROAD CARTS,

jtL 14;i Mm, .I.Uoo.L. C W.arrntlinrn Hi-oliln! .A.la.Martha. U that conferring upon some competent trustworthy conclusions. as regards< a Cnrrenry.Every IIARNKSS, SADDLEETC.::; ., ETC )1-:'11IS ,

r hcrt: F/ Mm. M A. (He.rim union.. r, KHihur.Mm administrative body the powerto subject us Important us it Is vast and 1 consUUuitlon: : of prudence demands -
i (180.l M. Kol>">lnH. blucta: .
I NOW COMl'LKTE
; decide the case being brought complicated.) The Introduction of women of -
r' i i .'. H. Walton. Warilur.T.M.DIxiin.Holitlnul. upon the addition of the clement
h before It whether a given rate prc- Juto Industry is working change elasticity:; to our currency system.: The

$1 j ?4 1p J..r.L.It.CurrutlierH Walkor Mamhal., <':""1.1..111.. sCIn.11 by a railroad U! reasonable and and dlHturUunco. in tho domestic nud evil 110'-fI not consist In nil Inadequate( :::;r-Coll on "" Rod yon will unit onr pllcea will please' you.

JiiBt!! and if it la found to be unreasonable social life of tho 011 tlon. The decrease volume of money but In the rigidityof - ... -
-
., ,; ''I 1 and unjust then, after full Investigation lii marrIage, and especially In the birthrate this: volume which does not respond

& TIT1'9\ILI.B CAMP' :MO. Ill, of tho complaint, to prescribe! had: becni coincident with it. We us! It should to the varying needs of =--+: =---utl; '-.,-, -

I the limit of rate beyond which it shall must face accomplished facts, and the I communities and of seasons. Inflation ra--6

not bo lawful to go-tho maximum adjustment to factory conditions must must! be II avoided but some provision( q SEE:: : S :F'C>rt. PL.A.t\TTJN'G.: :

reasonable rate, as. It is commonly culled be made., but surely it can bo) made should bo made that ,vlll insure a

13 -this! decision:: to go into effect within with lens friction and less harmful effuctu larger: volume" of money during time fall ): :I II

a reasonable time and to obtain on family life than is now the and winter months thnn In the I leis nc Turnips-nml KnU Hagns.,

iI1E from thence onward subject to reviewby case. ThIs whole mutter lu reality tlve seasons of the year, BO that the I: Onion Sets-UeinimlH and Peail. I

the courts.It forms one of tho greatest sociological currency Mill I contract ngalnst specula'
L ; Cabbage-best vmieties for Florida. Huang
"Holm-times, happens! at present not phenomena of our time. It is. a social tlon and will expand' for the needs of
rf for fall No. )Ko and .
/ that a rate i.< too high: but that a favored question of the first importance, of turgrelltl'l' legitimate' l nnluens.' At present! the Seed Potatoes- 4 "o Tihumpim.Li I

; t r month 1\Ie..o. at every 7:JO HrMtani p. .III.. third) ;Momliiv at thu Mammie III earhuli.rp shipper U given too Iowa rate. Importance than any merely political treasury. department Is at Irregularly Poultry Supplies-Intel'national :Stock: nud Poultry Foi,,d-, i'.'

; t' 'loinple. In SUCh L'imu the commission would or economic question can be. recurring Intervals obliged( In the Interest

[ , onaul: I C'ouiiniinilnrAilvlH . .. .. A. n l*,,,nniy have tho light to fix this already established In any great labor disturbance not of the business woild-that Is, In I X-a CJ. OL-TVUiZJLLO3: >J", Sooclsmfxix: :: : I IL
,
J, I .. I ..r LluiilonuncHitiikor , . . .. . . . ..1.It.WmkoiW .
:' . ... . . . . It.Walker minimum rate ns the maximum only aro employer and c-mployeo Interested the lntere4tlm: ] of thl'm..rlC'nn public 1 1'4 East Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
tI I 1-noort: . .. ... .. . .... . . .. .ff I F., ]Mniulavll. und It would need only one or two such but also u third paity-tho general to try to avert financial crises liy, providing t
,l A/ I.4T11 L 'lnrk .. .. .: ... .. .. . .. .J l< f'iirruthorJ )
It 4 WatrhnianHimtry . .. .. . .. . .. .. .:N wailer decisions. by the commission to cure public. Every considerable labor / u remedy which should'lie )prold _
r .... . . .. .. .. . . . a---( :I2 aOOD.S --: :--
l WH I .1 l) tniiii: railroad companies! of tho practice of difficulty in which interstate commerce \' '\l congressional: actljn.DiiHliioxM .
fr f I T. Ulruotorn.... . . . . . ..F. I'.wllmiR .. ---- - ,- -.. ,- -- .-
) fiji I .H Pylon and, H Nortoi.. giving improper minimum rates. I call Is Involved should be Investigated by Mollioili In nepnrtmentn. --

'i i '''H camp lhyelclaui,' .. .... . . . . h. K.ItolllniAH :your attention to tho fact that my, proposal the government and the fact officially! At various times I have Instituted In :rcl..ers:: : !

( : l .attend) vlHltlnK the IUlOLIIIKO Wonilnion| are cordially. Inrlied to IM", not to give tho commission reported to the public. vcstlgations: Into the organization! an I

power to initiate or originate rates generally I an urn....". conduct of tlio business! of the exec:.

but to regulate: a rate already The grout insurance companies afford tlvo depnrtin('iits.lille nono of the,. --o-. : .. ..tttec.: .tiOtl.: :IJ.eo..os :
fixed or originated by the roads upon striking examples of corporations! Inquiries line yet progressed; far

4t'I complaint and after investlgitlon.:; : A whoso business has extended' BO fur enough: to warrant filial conclusions Wo soil Groceries at WHOLESALE

I heavy penalty should bo exacted from beyond the Jurisdiction of the states they have nlreiub' confirmed and em- you

any corporation which falls. to respect which created them ns to preclude ph'tslxed: tho general! impression that Prices.Vrite for Price List Great

di J 4 I It im order' of the 4'0Illmlsslon. I regard strict enforcement of supervision and the or:. :inlzntlon of the departments Is our ,

.; thin power to establish n maximum regulation by the parent states In my of ton faulty In principle und wasteful

.,,- 4 : rate as being/ essential to any scheme I last annual message I recommended In results, while many of their business! money saver.The .
$ of real reform In fie! matter of railway "that tho congress carefully consider methods are antiquated: and Incfflclont.'

ic p regulation.It/ :whether the power of the bureau of I recommend that tho congress consider

; ji jif Is worth while considering whetherIt corporations cannot constitutionally be this subject. Enterprise Grocery Co.

would not bo wise to confer' on the extended to cover interstate transactions Federal Hlcetlons. ,

government the right of civil action In Insurance." ISeccnt: events Iu my last annual me_tia;:o I said:
_ against the beneficiary! of a rebate for have emphasized the Importance of an "The power of the ga\eriimout to I 7 Bridge St.

at least twlco thu value of the rebate. early nUll exhaustive consideration of protect the Integrity of the elections of .TZLiI.t.401LVi11(?.. :lorida.

This would help' stop what Is really this question, to see whether It is not Its own olHclalj Is Inherent and has. .

ii blackmail. Elevator allowances should possible to furnish better safeguards been recognized/ and affirmed by re-

wi bo stopped for they have now /grownto than the several I "states, have been ableto rented declarations of the SUPI'IIICOIL.t. \!! .Hodges <& Hara
such an extent that they are demor-
; furnish against/ corruption of the There Is no enemy of free government -
allzlng and are used as rebates. .
flagrant kind which has been exposed. more dangerous: > and nono so .M.inufuctuiers and Douloia In...
PriYntv I.iiim.
Cnr It has been too shown .
only clearly !insidious as the corruption of tho elect-
{
/ : All private car Hues, Industrial roads, that certain of the men at the head of oiate.: No oue defends or excuses corruption Hough LUMBER.
k1 unilDiesntd CYPRESS AND YELLOW PINE
refrigerator/ charges und the like these large corporations take but small and It would seem to follow
should bo expressly put under the supers note of tho ethical distinction betweenlioueHty .
'Id PDESIDEIT'SMESSAGE[ : that none would] oppose vigorous' muonsum'cma -
'Isloii of tho Interstate commerce nnd draw Orange Box 'leads Fruit antI l Vegetable Ciatew :Mouldlngi bhiiiules ,"I
dishonesty. They > to eradicate( [ It. I recommend< tl1eellnctmf'nt
coiuuilHHlou. or some similar body so MIlls\ and office located at Buffalo limit Fin. \lite us for priced deiucrcr'
the line only this side of what be
of law
directed
_ may a against Fla
to of the State. AddiesH & lliilfalo Bluff
far rotes and any part : hodges O'llaru
ns agreements practically called law honesty tho kind of honesty bribery nnd! corruption In federal I elections. -

i I President 1tooeey\ Its nuiumllm iuosioigel ;' nffectlng' rates are concerned. A rebate necessary In order to avoid falling into . The details of such a law maybe

l i 14 . 4 a IHMMI tlcll\ereil to oiiKfvi*. Opeu- In !l'lnchar/ ell or In mileage or In tlio clutches of the law. Of course the safely left to the wise I discretion of IF YOU WANT A...

1 Ing with a l>len fur tho co-operatlou of a division of the rate for refrigerating only complete remedy for thin condition the congress! but It should go ns fir as u. ,. __ __
L1 N nil cIiiRHOM In contlmiiiiq;; the rountry'nprosiicrlty charges Is just as pernicious as a rebate must be ,
found In an aroused" public under time constitution It Is !possible; togo
rii I ) und.! lu correcting cxlstlnjtevlln I In any other way. conscience! a higher sense of ethical and should Include severe penalties

1i: ', t for n "Mquiiro"" deal" Icrr everybody Theme should bo publicity of the accounts conduct In the community at largo: and n$ :iln..t him who gives'' or receives n .Building Lot.
of common carriers. Only lu
: ; L 1 the UIPHHIIKO first taken tip the1quoHtlou I especially among business men and In bribe Intended to Influence his act or ..
t 4 of oorHi'ill Ions nud 1'llIroudruto l tills way can violations or evasions of the /great profession. of the law and In opinion) ns nn elector nnd provisions for

'j, loitlMlatlou. Tim prculdout,, Hiiyw:: the law be surely detected. A system the growth of n spirit which condemnsall the publication not only of the expenditures

t fl Ci r|,oriitf oti.. of examination of railroad account: dishonesty, whether rich man or for nominations and elections of or a lot with a BUILDING. HEADY FOR OCCUl'ASCT,
should be similar to that
I I / I nu lu n.) wejmo hoMtlle to coriM>ranoun. provkltnl into the national, banks nowcotulticteti by In poor man whether It takes the shape nil candidates but also of nil contributions LAND VOlt AX ORANGE (GROVE,

tss l ", Tlili.U nil ago of combliiatlou of bribery or of blackmail. Hut much '" recehed and expenditures made IoAI"'Y.' >
tho bank examliu-is.. A few first. rlasn riXEAPI'I.K PLANTATION TKLTh
lI F I lint! any effort to i>rovent nil combination : can be done by legislation which Id not by political committees., or

, 4 ? will 1m nut only UHfloHH I but lu tho I rlllh'olllilct'OUllt II lit II. If they had! 1 proper only drastic, but practical. There Is I deslro, to repeat this reconimendatlnn We probably have for Rale: Just what you are peeking *
tllrp.tollIn.1\ authority to IIIpl'ct
t end >'It loin, IIPOIIUSO of thu contempt books and proper. could accom-- need of 1till' stricter and more uniform Settlers are flocking In but still there Is loom I H \, "'
r I 4 I for law which the fulltir'o to enforcelaw papers regulation of the vast Insurance", All contributions by corporations to
t, 4 Inevitably procures. Tho cOI1)I1'II' 1'1I..hll1It.1t> In presenting willful viola Interests of this country. The United any political committee or for any political looking this way drop a line to

; i 't'' Ion him coni to stay, jimt us the tlons. of the law.iunpIocra'. States should III this respect follow the purpose. should bo forbidden bylaw JAS. E. INGRAHAIVI 3rtl VkePrseii'FLORIDA . "

3 t triulonndoii\ had coiun to lit A) Each I.IahIIItyLnw.in policy of other nations by providing dlrectois should not be 1't'I'lIIlttIJ ,
1 do and bus done Each my minimi mesHiigo to tho Fifty to stockholders' for such EAST COAST K'T,
ll t i *; can great irood.! adequate ii.itloiml supervision of commercial use money
f dhould be favored no long n>' It does eighth:; congress! at Its scrotal session! I Irl"'IIIIJH'lIllI..1 Interests which are clearly natlonul pmpoxes and moieover, a piohlbltlou ST. AUaUSTINC. TL.A,
the
f 3'h 'f ( o law the District of
U Lr 4 $ checktHlhoro. It ate against. law nnd liability for I icpeat my previous recommendathat went nn ('ITl.tI'eIetholl of stopplu! : ___,- ->-. ,.___._-_.____-._.n-.--.---.--.----- ._--____,....r.a-.wr-rr':'.
( 01 Ui II hut and I In our flat vy yards.i I tonewed -
.
Ft justUe.Uxperlcncu. tlOII the congiess should! consider time evils" aimed at In corrupt practicesnets.
: that recommendation In ui.\
bun shown conclusivelythat whether the federal goveimneut! has: .
I'?' to tho rilty-elRlith, nl .
Ulessagi congress
,f l it in Hsi-lom to try to net any adequate any power or owes any duty with rospect Tlio lluieue. ( oiirereiiec.The .
Its. second session nud< further BUgfes.tvl '
I'st lonCt-ieiKO of nations licit)
regulation! nml "mipcrvlMloii' of to domestic transactions In In- JUE "DODGING PERiOD"of
tIt., appointment uC a coiumlsniou to lit 'Iho Ilii'.e Ui IS'.IU\ unable
being t
>
1111-
ji ti 't theHo grt'u t corporations by state ac surance of Interstate character : ;
iniikc a comprehensive !study! of CIIHployers
dispute o' ail: ti.e busi.iess before :
1 tion. SiKh regulation und supervision' That state supervision has proved Inadequate ; : '"
i liability with a view to the enactment lecn'iiieiK'eil: : the 1'.>loi'iliIon! Ri I Itteiii.'iiietit
gtv can only bo effeotUely exercised: by aBoverelKH Is generally conceded. : a I
4 t whoso Jurisdiction Is coextcualxe of n wl... and constitutional, } uC u i.u.nber oi?: la:.poitau' a voman's life Is the name often given to the "change: 3 f I hIt
.4 Tho Itevenne,.
. law (co\erlng/ subject applicable to 'title 't'II", > l>\. iiiKRlu'r coiiici'cuci: to Ii.' Your unti1 11"\
t Ift with tho Held work of the corporations There U more need of stability than menses come at long Intervals and grow scantier
all industries within tho of thofederal .
scope c.U'.e-i: eu.: .. utly unit at :.,
t ftiut lOll emdtito.
f Iqpt -that In, by the natIonal government. of the to attain Ideal Some last t thrO
I hope that such a lu\v attempt nn perfection stop. women stop suddenly. The entire change
power
;. I believe that thin regulation The1 o iuiMon; ;! : wc.e lime\ foIn: '
t will be prepiued! and enacted U4 "spewllly In the methods of raising revenue or four and and disci! >"art
and sup1'r\'IKlou can bu obtained by the lug: (li The rights and duties )( neutrals years, It Is the cause of much pain
L t nitd% the Hhock and strain to the
p, i enactment of law by the cougr ,
lias IKMMI demand for
depriving forces on lind: and sea and of mllltn
I f 1 1 this proves' impossible, it will certainlybe serious change In these methods render
courts of the power to Issue Injunctions i budgets; (") the liMO of new types nut!
; lJ 1 necessary ultimately to confer in such
change luJdvmnble unless f.>vgrme
In labor disputes. Smith xpcclul I Umt.l': calibers\ of military .in.l uaval gaiis: : ((4i I WINE
l fullest form such the
I power upon nil- .
renioii. i It U not )possible" to[ l.ij
tlon of the of
equity powers our courts tho Imlolulilllty of private property at
a i 1 j Itlonal government by nfflrraative cct down nny general( rule by vthlch to drtcrmlno -
.
t,._ Id 'nient of the conatltntlon. would 1 be most unwise It Is true Unit sea In times of war; ((5):$) the bombaru-. CARDUI
tilt moment wbe-i: tho rcMio'isf :
f; t' : Tho laws! of tho congress nnd of the some judge hu\e: misused. this power. will . tie '.. mont of ports cities anal villages! by ni OF
I mr ii i : Mrfh. re >a < is
but till does not denial of tin'Povsr :
4' I ( justify it val forces. In October. 1904. at the hiHtniice -
f everal states hitherto us pasned upon cuili n t :i.:iij,". :No th.gt'! <-;111 li>-
t_ I any more than mi Improper\ \ exercise of the union
Interparliamentary' ,
; 4i I>y the ronitd luue rcMUlte i more often .... I
ma .e on ::1. 1t'I\I' h'h:1: t,) of deslii-:
of the power to ( all n strike by u I Isxueil Invitations to all the
i. In showing that tho 8tntes lime powerisignatory
1 ? nopower Woman's
labor lender woulil Justify the\. denl.il: of by one" M'I: in or one Ht.ito only, 'llu'it to The< Il&guu/ contention to I ReliefIt
4.i In the mutter than that the national I
p must be nethlng. : Ik! ,' a t'L"'I'llllIgrl'l"
tlm right to strike The remedy, Is ti> Bend delegates! to uch n conference ,
: 0\'rnn1l'IIt lias that i
'A ( power; no the 'ttl7"'I1" !
ment nm nig ( < of the BCMCI-II
,, i'ff i there nt present exist n very unfortunate refill i to procedure! by requiring' the: and suggested that It Le again held at quickly relieves the pain nervousness. Irritability miserable-
that the
states 1'1111111' Is needed and
juilge! to give due notice to the tt1vtrsepnrtee ; The 1I1I1t11 I I we:**'
? 5H41til rendition of thlnjc-t./ under which desired I I In the Interest of the people 11.4.1 ness forgetfulness. fainting dizziness, hot and cold flashes
4 j, these' great coiixinitlom doing nn Interstate before! grunting/ .the. writ. the I'rom all the power acceptance: was t tf's'
whole, uud there should} then IM a sincere ness tired feelIng. etc. Cardul will bring safely through;
ucuring to ne ex parts ir Taopatrty uu\crn' received coupled In some cases: with you
IniMncKH
tho of "
position
: otviipy
t' rtjF ,. eubjffts. without a sovereign neither does. not appear: at the time and Intelligent mid disinterested. effort the condition that we should wait until "dodging period" and build up your strength for the rest cf your t *
4 to make It iu stick shape I'm
I 41- Italy Mute government nor the nationalKovernniont : plnce' ordere the Wliat facts Is mba of the notice inuHtcll'l'I,1 It combine, no far OH (>.>lIlOlbll"". the maximum :' the end of th.Var then wng'ns 1 : : At all druggists In $ 1 1.00 bottles Try It.
H"k upon case. tween Uuncl ami Japan. The t'l1Ii> bl"l _
hi\liit: pffectlva control 1 1I ;
_
of il to the -
g': > people at largo
1
should bo used .
I over them. Our rtenily nm! should lIe not as u pretext to vermalt of Russia Immediately after time!!
with the minimum of dlRI't'1 -
Alolutton of law or the jeoparillit-: necessary of (peiit-o which tto happily terminated: J WRITE US A BUT DEATH
,
Ij by leurlsltitlon.!;: cautiously\ amt carefullyundertaken i LETTER "EVERYTHING
.
::\:<1 for the H-clal Intcrc'titx of localities -
|
In? of life or property. Of course this this war, lu A uote the '".
R
presented: to <
( but resolutely perseveredIn freely and frankly. telling\ us all I suffered" writes Virginia
or cl.ixsew. but In time of ; your
_4 ? , to nssnert the sovereignty of the nnMonal would not authorise: the Isiuln of a the it vena < mu.t.: 01t11- pe.u-e. president on Sept. 13 took the Initiative troubl s. We will send Free AJ. %'Ice (In of Easton. MJ., "until I tork .f"',
>> ntoniKu.taklnt
\ ; T government by ntnrniatlre action. restraining order or Injunction In any < In recommending that the conference plain sealed! envelope). Address: Lawhich cured ma 50 quickly It 5urt
In w'l'..'' It li nli-pa-lv nuttior- a series\ of years: t37thr. ecju: tithe : kno I *as
J :?aie nnt : be now called. The United Stated government J'es' AJvlsory Dept.The Chattanooga my doctor who JUn't
I : : expenditure': or else. the r"teamu.'aflmust
: : l7eil by exlsfng: I:iw. In response! expressed. In cor- MeJIclna Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. taking It."
ti Th'i: ,H only lu format an Innovation.I 1 be I: "reitI.: r 'r 'I"I'< : 'i I'Ii'| .
I renew the! ommendatlon I made!
.
J. ii 1 ', ',' It 1 t.- irroly u restoraUon.' ? In !my Kist !uuuual message for .an In : WHS Hi1''' ,' '.c. ;. J i. .. i :,i_:' !i li :.'''i [Continued on page 3.] o' . .


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Professional Cards. PRESIDENT'S MESSAG tae nu-'o-rr.iiriuesp: wars.!! The \\ inemlwr >ii" :'"* commission have cnllxl -

of the medical departments In the .1.1! my .I-1":111)11 to the f.lct that the P. Ruh1n: : .an I nnese army unit navy Is especlalhworthy rulo requiring: II illlnit of charges and!

, i 2 GEO. M. BOBBINS [continued from pAge 2.] e of study. three days' notice before 1111 employee' :!(II WnHlilnK'un", *>t. l{ NEW YORK.
Our navy must relatively to the navies I ('oullll11' separate. from the service for '\iiniay:! Mi.cut. ) X. Y.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR of other nations, always I t 10,' of lurfllfletiry! baa served int. K; od purpose
AT-LAW. dim nciivneseenoo and stated That It greater sIze than 0111'1rmy.. \Ve have wh.ite\er. Experience bus .shown

would ns a mutter of course! take part most wisely continued. for a number of that the ru'e! I Is, wholly Ineffective to
Will practice lu State and United States ; In the new conference and endeavor Oranges Pineapplesand
to
year!! to build up our navy, and It save ally iviui If n superior for Improper
{Court. further Its nlrui. We nsiuino that all\ has!! HOW rl'lI",11(1Ilrly hlsh Rtniidiird reasons, wishes-! remove him ,

Office at TITUSVILLK FLA. civilized governments will support the of efficiency.. This standard must not and I.* mischievous because It sometimes
movement and that the conference la only ho maintained but Increased., It servos to keep In the service Incompetent Flo-ida Fruits Our Specialty.We .

OAULDEX now an assured! fact. This. frovernmout does, not seem to me necessary, however men not guilty of speeltlcwrongdoing.
D.L. will Oo everything In Its power to de- that the navy should, at least In Having these facts Inview. represent. m'vcral ol the ImgtMir. shippers' in your Mate and wish '0 represent

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, euro the succcs of tho conference to the imniedliitp future, be Increased, I i< the rule has!! been amended by you Ill...... Hlvn us a trial shipment Established ::!(0 'ears.Iuui' .
the
end that substnntlnl progress maybe yond the present. number of unit ,. providing that where the InetnVlency\ or
Will practice In all the Courts of the Ktato made In tho of International I .
califs
l I. I 1. within the personal.
What I U now clearly necessary Incapacity conies ,
and the Unlted States Courts. -
Jot "Florida --
peace Justice ami good will. substitute! offlclent for Inelllclent uiiiuft ( knowledge of the bend 1 of a department: ,
n. t) Box, 238. TITU8V1LLK FlA. :Monroe n..t..n. the latter become worn out or as. it the removal may be made 1 without notice '1'.8 1-IOU.sU IN 'UNDI

There are certain essential points becomes apparent that they uro use.1ess. the reasons!! therefor being tiled s
fJ.. WEUD, which inn-it" lire 1m forgotten as regards I'robnhly the result would I e nnd made n record of the department.Th I ., .a
the :Monroe tloetrlne. In the first attained by lul.llnK a single battleship) absolute right! of removal rests!! I "
ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW place, \\e trust fit n nil tloll make It evident to our navy each ;year the superseded. \ where It always has rented, with the I! H, & f R':
Will practice In the Courts of the 7t.h that we do not Intend to treat It ''or ollt'orl1'e"'I..i being l.ild up or bead of u department.\ Tlu change" ismerely I t!;' ,"Ila; 'IS'.' I g I
| ( trcult. Taxes paid foi non-residents In any shape or way as an excuse for I broken up ns they nrt thus replaced. one of procedure. It was much :J t8t4
[And I rents and !accounts collected. RKKrnndlzcirent: un our part at the expense ;\II t llral lellt'on. needed and! It Is rroluclng !good results. I
of the to the south. BAL.TiV30RE BVICD.
TU8VILLK.: KLOKIDA.! republics . ,
lint we must" make It evident that we On this subject I recommend: Our enpyrlght laws need revision.
do not Intend! to l permit the Monroe doctrine l'Iret.trdernl( bureau of iinturnllzutlon I'lilllitpliio nnil Otlirr lutnnit COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCE
A.D.. PENNEY, to It>,> used by any nation on thin to bo established. !In the department \ inirlng the last year the Philippine
of and labor, to sipervNo RELIABLE PROMPT UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
continent us u Shield to protect It from commerce Islands] hove .been slowly I recoveringfrom
ATTO RNEY-AT-LAW, the consequences of Its own misdeeds : the administration of the n.itu- the nerlesY. >f disasters'which. since WM. HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF BALTO. MD.
FLOIU\A. against. foi-finn nations. Tile Monroe rullzutlon laws and to re.t.I1'1111'11"
TU8VII.I.JIi, American occupation have greatly reduced -- .
doctrine docs nut tor'o1S to Interfereto of naturalizations pending nnd accompll.stied.
tho amount of 1I1ot1.It'lIltll..IIII'I."tl.1I.t.
Will practice In all the courts of the 7th '
prevent the punishment of a port 1. .. below -what was. produced In Spanish KWrARIJSuIED! <: t"7n.M. .
Judicial Circuit.
sure to see. that the punishment does :S:' ecoud.-Uniformity of naturalization times.

not assume tile form of territorial occupation certificates, feeS to bo "clmrueil and The agricultural condition of the Islands -

TAMES E. ANDREWS In any xlmpe. The caso In more procedure.Third. ( enforce more .strongly/ than ever Lane & Son
I dllllcult when It refers to a. contractual .-More exacting qualKlriitlous the argument In favor of reducing tho ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, obligation. Tills, country would certainly for citizenship.roiirth. \ tariff on the products. of tho Philippine'
decline to go to war to prevent a .-The preliminary declination .. 1
Islnmlx entering United States.
County Judge of St Lucie County. 250 WASHINGTON HTUKKf, NEW YORK.
foreign government from collecting u of Intention to lie abolished mid no earnestly recommend that the tariff

FOR'PIICItc1S, FLA.QTEPHKN' just debt. On the other hand It U alien to be naturalized until ut least now Imposed by the Dlngley bill upon
very inadvisable to penult any foreign ninety days after the tiling! of bin peti the products of the PhilippineIslands 1 Southern Fruit and Produce

E. FOSTER, power to take p05sessluu" even teuipo-' tion. be entirely removed(, except the tariff
rarlly of the custom house of an fifth.-Jnr15dictiou to naturalize on sugar! and tobacco and that that
TTOI tNEY-AT-LA W AiucrU'iiii) republic In order to enforce aliens to be conllned to United Staterdistrict tariff be reduced to 25! I cent of tho
per Com.micoioxi
::! : : : : : Merchan.to.
:: : :::
the payment of Its obligations, for such courts and to such state courts present rates tinder the Dlngley( net:
Jyal-Upchurch liiillding, .Jax. temporary occupation might turn Intoa u.i have Jurisdiction" In civil\ actions in that after July J. lUW. the tnrlff upon
JACKSONVILLE: KLA. permanent occupation. The only escape ", which the mount In controversy is miI I tobacco and sugar produced In the FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

-- -- from these ultcriiutlves may at limited ; lu cities of over Kio.iHM) Inhabitants Philippine Islands be entirely removedand
any time be that wo must ourselves tho United States ..1I..trll'011l't" } that free trndn between the Islands. 1'Ih'\JclI", Cards. and oui quotations fiirnUlioil mi nppllcatlnn.

GENERAL DIRECTORY. undertake to bring about Rome arrangement to have exclusive( Jurisdiction In the and (the United States lu tho products ----
by which so much as possible of naturalization of the alien residents of of each country then be provided for
U. 8. SENATORS. a just obligation shall be paid. such cities. by lass
J, P. fallaforro. .. . . .. .. .. .. . .,JwVimnvlll To do so insures the dof.uilthiff! repUblic Crluilwnl L.MWB. Immediate MalloryLinesSPECIAL
. .. .. ... .. . . .INiiiHacola In11Y' Judgment, steps
S. II :Jlallory .
I asked the attention
In last
from having to pay debts of an my mess;to : should be taken for the fortification of
U. S. COXORES3MEX. Improper "'ulrRcterllIIler duress, while of the congress to, the urgent; Hawaii. This Is. the most Important _
Frank Chirk. . ,. ... .. .. . .... .. ..Lake City.
also honest creditors of the need of action to make criminal
It Insures our
orderto
..Tnnipii.Viii. point In the Pacific to fortify In
8.\ M.:II.Hparkman Luiiiur: .:::::.:::::::::::. :::'bto'tit I ::I w. republic from being/ passed. It,). In the law more ,'ITl".tI1111.1 I most earnestly conserve the Interests of this coun PASSENGER-EXPRESS STEAMSHIPS

U. 8. 1.ANIJ OKKICE. Interest of dishonest or grasping creditors. request] that you pay heed to try. It would bo. hard to overstate the

H. S. (Chiilih .. ... . . .. ... .... .... R"IIMI..r.l Moreover for the United States tlie report of the attorney Kcncrnl on importance of this need. ](Hawaii.. too
W. 11, UohhiHon.._ ..Itecetvwr.Ultlueii Lau goat and. moat thorough'' t>iiilpio| '] at (iamelvllle'FiorldxEXECUTIVE to take such a poiillou offers the ouly this subject.There' heavily text"!. Laws' should, bit enacted
IlKI'ARTMKXT.: possible way of Iii9.urin; us against: a ncems to bo no statute of the setting nslde. for n period of, lIuy.tWl'lIty -NO OVKucnOWIIlNO-

Napnlnnn+ II. Krowanl, ..... . UovninorII. clash with .some foreign power. The United States which provides for the years 73; per cent of the I'.tertmlrevcmto I IMPORTANT! *\l'l'A'IKIomis; { Aim roslITlVKLY: IillAItAN'I'EKionthoseMull
Secretarv nt Stute.W. !Is therefore In the Interest of of United States
nttorucy
Clay Crawford ' position punishment and customs receipts from Hawaii ( -
: ''', its no tlckotH will bn Mold. to exceed, (lie nunilior bertha
V. Knott. . .: :: : .:: .: 'rreasun'r. ,
well In the of
W. 1C. Kill". . .. .. . . .. ...AttorneysJoneral. pencejis us Interest Jus or other olllcer of the fovcruiiicnt l as n special fund to be> expended or the HtmlliiK cupnclty of Dining halls, tlum insuring all em IndlvlduaBorvlre
AlonzoC. Groom.. '. . . . ..Comntmller.It. :: tice. who corruptly agrees to wrongfully door In the iHlnnds.I . iiuMHon {
W.. B.M Me llnllnway Lin..ComnisHIoIPr... ...;Hupt.; t'ublla AKrlcultnre IiiHtrilutlon. Santo' oniinftrfl. wrongfully, refrain from doing any earnestly: advocate. the adoption of nnd attentlon.I'ASENIEILY.
.1. mtritrd R. Footer..AdJntant*Oeneral. Santo Domingo has now made au appeal net when the consideration for sucli legislation: which will explicitly conferAlllel'flnll
.. ... ...tlurve"r.U..nenol. LKAVI5 JAOKMOXVILLK EVERY PAY.
: .
John llni'lforil to us and not only principle
R. E. Kline. . . .. .. . .. .. . ..State fliBinUt.Lrnuit every corrupt agreement U other than one citizenship: un 1111 citizens of ( /'Ioh".lul"l.t I Ships In FJoilda
; Aninn ... . ,. .. . ..State Kxanilnar.unices of wisdom, but every generous. Instinct po.;.sslnK money value. Thin oiiicht to Porto Ulco. I \ 'l'lml'sUnloll'LOWEST
at Tallaliiw .e.., Florida. within us, bids us respond to the ap bo remedied by appropriate !IcRlsliitlon.Le I wish also to call the attention of' YORK
FLORID. LEGISLATURE.f peal. The conditions In Santo Domingo l,,liitlon should, ..1114..) bu enacted tol'o'I'r tho congrctM> to one qlll'"tlou1t11'11 affects KATKM: ,.1' ;' AND ALL POINTrt: NOUTI1.

C, M.olniHUiait Hmlunn, ,Miami:fort. 1'len.....e..Roj.reeentaoive.SUPREME .Senator.. have for a number of years grown explicitly, uneiiulvocully and be- our Insular possessions generally ncliullnff ilollKlitliil UAYLHH1T HAIL through the
JUIK1ES. from bad to worse until a year ago all yond question breach: of trust III tbo nninely, the need of an Increased liberality !FAMOUS "hKA I8LANUH.: "
\ COURT
M. H. Mahry .. ... .. .. ., .. ...Chief .Iuntlu... society war on the verge of dissolution. shape of prematurely divulging oMlelfil lu the treatment of the whole"
F. H.Tarter . . .. .. .., .. ..A. tlu.. Fortunately just at this tlwe n ruler secrets I by nn odlcer or employee of the franchlMo question these Islands. Throuj.lh ilokotx. Bold to nil nnilhnrn' polnU. Kor full Infoimillion !nrdlnir at.
K. ]0'. Taylor .. .. .. .. .. .. ,.. " sprung up In Santo Domingo who with United States mid to prt>vlde" a suitable I earnestly ask that Alaska bo given Ireel iuns offpred h.V no oilier line; ding rntns, leHorvntlim, lok.'M. uto., apply' to
RAILKOAIl l.COM; M ISSIO EHR..Jolfer.nn Ills colleagues, saw the dangers threatening penalty therefor.M elective .
delegate.AilmlftMlon ARTHUR W. PYE. Passenger Agent 214 t West
Bay Sreet Jacksonville Florida.
II. Browne, ohalrutan.KeyVeat their country and appealed to the
It. Miiiliion Hurr . . . . .. ...I.lttle lilv r. : .rrhntit lArlut. to 8.n..h'......
J. :M. Bryan.. .. . .. . . .. .... ....KlBnlniiu" friendship of till only neighbor who( To the Npreud of our trade in 1 recommend that Indian Territory! - --
It. C. l' inn, clnrk .. .. .... .MaolBim.Jloailiiu possessed the power and the will to peace : fi
CII. S
rt rii and ollloen nt'rallahaxeu0, Fla help them. There was. Imminent danger aud the defeiiM of our flag In war a and Oklahoma bo admitted us one state IB 31... TJ" D b.I.dC: cSc O O ,
great and prosperous merchant ht:.riiio and that New Mexico and Arizona beadwlttvl 117. .
CIRCUIT COURT. of foreign Intervention. The pa- ala w. Itey lit.. JACKSONVILLE.: FLA.
Is Indispensable. We should have as one state.Tliw .
Minor B. Jnii D,Tltuv111e.Circuit Judirt. ships
... Prosecuting Atto.n..,. thence of foreign creditors had become
J. C. .loncn. Urlaniln
of and of
our own seamen' our own to I'niiMiiiu ('mini.
Spring Term-Fourth Monday I In Muroh. exhausted and at least two foreign, nations -
tall: lenn-Konrth Monday :lit Oitoher.11REVARI of convey our K ods to neutral market Active work in canal construction
the intervention
were on point
> COlId' 'I'Y COURT. and were only prevented by the tmoltlclal anti In case of need! to rc-enforcu our mainly preparatory bus been lu progress FULL QTS. P ,
A. D. r"nney.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...County Juilito. that liutUb line. It cannot but bu a sourceof for less than a year and n hair f
assurance of this government
I>. I,. A Stewart,::':.:. '.. . .. .c'ountyt'lerk. : It would Itself Rtrlvo to help SantoDomingo regret" and uneasiness to ns thnt the UUl'luUlllt/ period two point about fxp aiD
HpriiiK Term-seronil Mondav. In ]May. In her hour of need lines of communication with our ulster tho canal have ceuxocl to bo open to prsrr /4/rI.
Hummer Term-Mmtoml ]Moiulay In Aucu.t, 2 WT>
rail Term-Beonnil Monday In Nov..mlT.M Accordingly tho executive department republic( of t'ouhlIl1'rlclI should bo debute. First tho question of route; :
Inter Turin Second MnniUy In February of our government negotiated n chiefly under foreign control. It Is) not second 1. time question of feasibility. Time ;

COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD.I treaty under which we are trying to a Rood tiling that American merchants point which remains unsettled I Id whetbcr r
R. Walker. Superintendent. .... TltiuTllla.Miinlicp help the Dominican people to straighten and manufactures lOholl hI ha veto wend the canal shall be one of several
._-E. II. "Arnold Matcher n. K. Mlnm, This. Is their goods und letters to South America lock oh\"It sea level or nt son level
Turnbull.COUNTY out their Unances. treaty >z QTsA. 6
>
lloiiaventure; .1. A. Carter pending before. the senate. In the via Europe. If they wish securityand with n single tide lock. On this polu 4T "
COMMISSIONERS. time nrrangemenlbus dispatch.. Even on the Pacific, I hope to lay before the congress at an Oo 1 1 tf
R. A. chillnnan, Wni. R. menu a temporary $4so
Walker CnnkllnK Tltimvule; John It.THInianj allot Indlaiiolii ) been made under which the Dominican where our ships have held their own early day the findings of time 1101 vlHor" 94
I. .V. Woolen, Cocoa; T J. Cuokihiitt, lJ.>- government has appointed Americans better than on tho Atlantic our merchant board of American and ICiiropcan eu

dranfCA lt Kiilar, Be Hlnns are heM Soul Monday !In oailtniunta. to all tho Important positions In fluff Is now threatened through gtneers.In U' AL1! ': Liz i Velf pit I .
the customs service, and they are seeIng the liberal nit bestowed by other governments addition to sanitating the Isthmus
BREVARD COUNTY OFFICEltS. to the honest collection of the revenues on their own nteam Hoes. I satisfactory quarters lira being/ > provldod . I -'
A D. IenneyTlhtxvflln.CuuntqJndi. turning over 4," per cent to the ask your earnest consideration I of the for i-iiiployis'M and an adequate ,s).,stern : i
A 1> L.A.Oaiudun Stewart,,Tltiisvllle Tltimvllle; : : ,; :: ::::I'ounty 1'ron Clerft.r Att'y,. government for running expenses and report with which the merchant marine of supplying' them with whoUmomufood v +

Mi'Mtllan: Kim" (i.tIHeTae' AHBPBsor.K. putting the other 55::> (per cent Into n commission. has followed Its long nt reasonable prices him IMMMI' en1ut jW a 1 t
.
: V . . i
{ llall.Tlrimvllle' 'lax Collector I IAitonte
John' 'I Henry, TltiiBvlliw' l : .::: : safe depositary for equitable division and (refill luijnlry./ <*d. Hospitals. hut YO been rutabllshuiand .1. R. Walker,' Tltnsvllle..Superk'tendent. In case the treaty shall be ratified! It 1 Is n matter of unmixed satisfaction equipped that lire without superiors
.1, O. . . . .
Frlm, Tlitinvllle, .t'ounty Surveyor.
.!. I'. Brown Tltimvllle' .. .. .. ....... ..Hheritr. among the various. creditors, whether once more to call attention to theexcellent of their !kind anywhere. During
W :- work of the pension I bureau tho of the
s.NorwuodTitueville..Ragiatratlnnutnoer European or American. past year u largo portion for the I'almt
TiTUSVILLETOWN: COUNCIL. Under the coucao taken stability and for the veterans of the Hvll wnr haven plant with which the work Is to In. IIrt'lwhllC CoiOLEnfIONilYM'J

E. E. Rollln. mayor; Worley.manihal mill order and oil the benefits of peace are greater claim upon us. than any other done hn* been ordered. It Is. confidently
tax oollarton It. R. I'yleH, clArk and trp..nreq. ; class of our citizens./ To them first of believed that by the middle. of lh
lohn Henry tax aa.e.sor; .1.. It.Valkar, F. A. at last coming to Santo Domingo, danKer TAR FOIEnIDDlEYCURE
Morgan: J. LCarruthort. W. M. llr.tnnln; and of foreign Intervention has' been all among our people honor Is duo.Immigration. approaching year a nulllcleiit proportion
n. 11 Tuesday I'riOIiardcnnnoUnlen each month. The council uie. tinrit suspended' and there la at last a prospect of this), plant will have bni-n' lu- '., .h"el".ni safe fur. -V. pla*.* Make Kidneys and DUdilor Right

I stalled <<> enable/ us to resume the work .- -- --------"
will As said
TITU8VILLK HOARD OF TRADE. that all creditors get justl.e.DO in my last message/) to the
H. M. Robbing, prealdent.T.; :l1.1I1""n. treaa'frer..1.U.Ileateerretary. more and no less. If the arrange congress, we cannot hove too much of excavation on n large scale
night In each mouth. at Meet their erond rooms.Wednesday ment Is terminated by the failure of (Immigration of the right sort and we! \Vliiit In neeilcd now and without delay ,
the treaty chaos will follow, and sooneror should have none whatever of the li An appropriation by the congress/
later this government may be Involved wrong sort. to meet the current and accruing exituses -
WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS in serious difficulties with foreign The questions. arising In connection: ( of the commission." The first

Patented la all countries. Only tackle governments over the Island or with Chinese Immigration stand by appropriation of Jio.noo.ooo) out of lime
block of the kind In the world. FIt- else may be forced Itself to Intervenein themselves. The conditions' In Chinaare '1:;;.( ()KIIIII, authorized I by the Bpnouer"

ted with the Walton VlntJn Roller the Island In some unpleasant fa.h- such that the entire Chinese coolr act was uiiide three years ago It I III
Ion. 'IU8.-HlIlt. Is, the class of Chinese la nearly exhausted. Unless the congress(
Bearer. Useful In any place where Army ..dm 11 appropriate before that time all
hoisting U done. With these blocks conic under the head of uudeslrnble work must
I do not believe! that any army In the cease.
one man can do the work of two. world bits a better average of enlisted Immigrants to this country. [(111 conclusion/ the president reconi'

Thousands Bold in the north. Call man or a better type of junior officer, ,, But In the effort to carry out the policy mends. an Increase In the diplomatic!

and see them la( working order at this but the army should be trained to act of excluding Chinese laborers, Chl- ind consular/ service nnd( more adequate f ,

office or the store of Jas. Prltcbard A effectively In A mans. Provision should neat coolies, grave Injustice and wrong; compensation. _of Its. members.] 'i I
Soo Titiisville. be made by sufficient appropriation have been done by this nation to the r l r ,1 Jt
for maneuvers of a practical kind. people of China and therefore ultimately frrniti mind. American Itoad. IL.rff.t Jto
Provision should be made for the pro to this nation itself. Chinese students An aspect of the advantage 1 possessed t .
motion of exceptionally meritorious business and professional men by tin scientifically constructed' -.- =b '
men over the heads of their comra.le of all kinds' not only merchants but roads. of I-'rancu over most. of the roads

e eL i and for the retirement of all men wbo bankers, doctors manufacturer, professors of the United States which Is not often r na 7 f i r9
have reached a given age without get travelers and the like should thought: of Is pointed out by Profcunor

ting beyond a given rank. be E'n'oura".J to come' here and treated A. I'. Itrlghum of Colgate university,
There should be au Increase lu the on precisely the 110m. footing that rays pout)'" Companion In Trance

const: artillery force so that )ur coast we treat students business men. travelers he farmers are able on account of theexcellence
fortifications can be In some de jyri"e and the like of other nations. / of the roads to employ

1) toles y1r14 of go.otlq.nA adequately manned. There U special: Jut a people we have talked much of Stormy periods( for hauling/ their produce
gwllly. Whvm your fern..plaiM1miy need for an Increase ami, reorganization the open door In China and we expect to market whereas In America It
ne.bairae: "tmtmvro: of the medical department! of the arm". and quite rightly intend to Insist upon tOt eften happens tbat the farmer mast

saws lee e..r stud ana+aR+,t,6re We timed.ere .eapr' la In both the army nod navy there mint Justice being shown us by the Chinese. use for this purpose fair dry weather, .
be the same thorough training for duly But we cannot expect to receive equity which might be better employed In bin

0 151.5, Y.LRIIT, true Io.It.pplmaa.a co., Daiwa, Yke. In the staff corps' its In the fighting: II.; e. unless we do equity. leld work. When the country roads THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICECARRIES

The Importance of this win shown '-:>.1' Tfc. Civil ..rvl_. are In bad condition the rallwty r-

s,1u..I.eIT: iii. tae 8[>anU!'-Amerean! Ul Heads of.executive department tn4 2elpU fall OCT. THE LARGEST STOCK or STATIONERY IN THE COUNTY.











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M t JAM S. PKITCHABD. President; WM. M. BROWN, Vi," ,


.P ; l$ EAST COAST ADVOCATE. DOINGS OF-AUTOMOBILE. Consolidated Fruit Co WINSTON S. n"sTi'TE BANK

y vehicles INDIAN
( PUBLISH EVERY FRIDAY. There are 60,000 motor i '
States American
in the United Royal Distributors* of- *
1r" 5 Entered at the IVntoilIco/ nl Tltimvllle, Florida, care have crossed the Kockien and COUNTY DEPOSITORY. ?
.as seoond-cliuui matter. AmeHoun car has '
(, 8 p'' the Andes. An Authorized capital, i:: .< COO
41 1 H. WALTON, Editor & Pwl>llnhWBBKLT been driven into the ocean from Fancy Oranges Paid up capital, - :.-> -
,iy'! !, CHABLHS extremity of the lIouthern Islandof : :i- '.000
1
BakingPowder : \c-- Average deposits 5:,- .000< '
automobile -
DBTBLOFMBHT -
y ( JOURNAL DBVOTCD TO TAD New Xeulund. 'J he : -
I: BIVKB, ....... and ww'
INDIAN China
1 .a l OF TUB its Into
+ made
hat
t 11 ) way
+), I l WORTH ADO niHOAVttB BATSBOTIOHS.Dlnooiitlnuaiuo Africa. It will yet be known in Grapefrnit and .. Transacts a General Basting n

of mlvto. Blunt be made per- the Solomon Islands, and the last

{i, }lj 1# I .ally at thin ufllre or by writing. remaining cannibals will lly .from the Fancy Vegetables "1 ; i1 .;: L,,, Business,

be made payable,, to CHAKLIC it in terror. U has paused skat I 4 1 :: I r Largest and Oldest Bank on ''II' Hlv r
Check,eto.,may Artie circle. It will yet be is made of Grape r
+ r'w H. WALTON,publlHher.HOHTON ing around the ultimate pole, }, Exchange; bought and, -.M, i

I Magazine.l'veryb.y Cream of Tartar.Absolutely 1' li Countries
1 OFFir"Tim liraiu-h; \ llonton oniinflilH prophesies Kverybody'a' f
i
COAST Aovm'A'fIlIH Ht !21 Jllilk ] touring. Inn < LOTS rr/I lrtronageappreciated> l. PI', 1"1
0 I+ I yll KAHT: 1' Molliiwswlio : goes ((3 All I.O'lS--r.E;ii CAR | j
Curl "
and In In charge of fir: treatment,and everY favor I< "i .
,1l ) street lor. till. restaurants spring up along 1 e'w
a I RJ will make ailvartlHlne. onntrncts and gvrvativo imiiktiiu uCORRKBrOMil <
,6t I 1 i i N it ]iu|>er. the path of the horn. Many results, Pare.Makes : ' i iKmplre 1-

'pp 9 t.thaADV(1e4Tafortnrorma- good, bad and indifferent, have pnrticuhrK, .. : / TitiHt Comimm. ,, \ .
', rp"Inwriting been attributed to the automobile Write (orWalter trim-kin] Hunk mil Trust C.', I II
ol.huohyencloBeIon
N tloiToi kln.l,the writer will _
\ny curiousof the food
a utamped-nddrumiod envelope.Addrefta Certainly one of the most .rI"' U S'7'I.I: I-IS: 1JTh:: s .
h r them Is their effect upon the more Wholesomeand Hawkins rent, Agt.Store -
to -- --
communications - -
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all hotels" or apartment -- - -
"family -- -
I f1 YI 1 EAST COAST TITDSVILLK ADVOCATE,FLORIDA. great houses in New York, or at least Delicious. :) 2'J8: Nest: Hay street, J. H a Jl:> CC> 7f S3S:: JCTWfS,

"11 upon several of them. The builder FLORIDA! (Successor: ro IJobblns llros.)
A 4 hotel" in ... JACKSONVILLE, C.: S11z: :J: T :E-1.
nf he( first great "fnmily a.eeamo..layrvt;." ",wa.uaeer..ar GUN ac.: L :L.G .
of Agriculture _.. :
D. S. Department class ----------- ---
the -. -- - LockxmltliUKPAIKINO '
that - and
1 New York explains -- -- --- -- --- ---- Checks Door :Numbers' !Stencils, Tiunk\
.; WeuthiT nurenu-lIplter.l"la. of hotels In question was built for .J.O'SONYII.I.:. Badges_- Of UUN8' AND: REVOLVERS A bPKDAI, I J...

) wealthy men. Of course' the rent -. ---- --- Gun and Kev'olver part and keys atlwliolesale.! Trunks.and Vallm' I

4 ,, The following u comparative slate was even higher than the building. ----L'L\ Alain fet. Jacksonville.\ Fla.
HOTELJACKSONVILLE'S(
for the
and rainfall WINDSOR .
--- ----
y ment of temperature --------- -
"devil -
-
df the << wagon --
l 1005.I But now comes ---
W
ti I week ending-/ 1905-Tuesday, Nov.-100-J, HS its detractors call it, the "bub ; : FINEST AND FLORIDA'S: AND SUPPLY COMPACT

1' I6 DATE.!: MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN ble," as the frivolous college youth LA.UUK8I': AND BEST VEAU-UOUNI: \ ;; HOTEL. Till SOUTHERN FUEL ,
1 ,
: 9t 1 7(1 M\ 80' ((38I' \ whizzes the
I' + iM :2.2!:! names it, und away
73: l'r 8
I ) i 23:!: 77 711 > rich to his home in the country.
{ 7. 87rt man Coke Brick Lime Cement
I' 2.1: 7S 70 Wood Coal ,
in the city ,
25an 7* (17( 7\: 1':J He may do business ,
3; ; I ,80, (1\:1\:t 77 (15( and yet have a country home 40 oSO ,,
1 y 27 78 0.1C,8: 711: nil/ lIe can go homein -
miles
away '
I. i ,! 24i 8 70 \ 7:1: 03) an hour or so. lie finds it pleasanter Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick "..,
t + Total rainfall for tho week: l.IHDepa'turo ,
s I from normal rainfall for the to live in the country. lie
week: plus 1.18 Inches. Departure sides, it ia fashionable to live in i a Offices foot ot Hogan! Street, Jacksonville, Florida. Tcli-pln'' i. N an

ip ( from normal rainfall .since January 1, the country. Let us not attribute Q ,4 J. K. :JIUNNTCRL'YN; General Manager.:
minus 1.0(1( Inches. too much to automobiles. o ir
I HAL. 1'. IlAiimtf, Observer. mtrr_

HltKVAKU COUNTY TKKASUUKK' The OIcI..Mt Established Grain and Seed 11,1,5 l ,, ,, I IYlltlYt1 1\\

sidewalks and< HTATKMEHT.Duo. : ---
1)i li' I CLEAN up your 1"t. lUOft.llulancn .

Ii '' yards. cnMh on hand Nov lot, l'.W.f 0,212 Mil 'Wm.::: A. ISo-ULrcs: &:; Cc.
Amount ruuolvml in NOV I'.Mfl\ .,.. .. i.lHiil 04
Bend bills t(, --
Tina!; week we will Total. ....... .... ........ ... .....58.211509 GARDEN SEEDS
tm I I ri'' all subscribers to the ADVOCATEky' LHHH warrant paid In Nov HKIR GRAIN, HAY, AND ,
; an.1 l C
(in
who are arrears. are ttii.l. School hoard. IBIH 8Hulatioe

] on hand II"C.lNt. 1IMS) ,. .5 (l,4illr Flour, Grits, Meal' and Fertilizers
+ :$ CONGRESSMAN: FRANK CI.AHK is FCBIMrMIIL ieerturnv
now in Washington, D. C., and the AIIOVB 1IALANOB IX I1KL.D AS KOLLOWH! rte. 20i East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE. n.A

Ik I ;! ADVOCATE has already been re- I DRiiiixltnil liiiiik, ,HH )Ior In LOUD cliuckn
membered him taiiliixl to luoutlily rejiorc. _
by ,
not In .,.* (1,4010 .. .. --- - -
-- -
31 I1 I' BALANOKS IIULONOIMO: TO EACH FUNO All FOLLOW .

'1 1 OUK stores are now packed with Revenue-(lenurul'*!Fund.,. .. .. 9 87 2lloiul --- ------ Baker
of* the best County.. and Mrl.lge. \ .. I Vt) !iMullilinir MeMurray &
1)1 411 Christmas Roods very .> I Fiinil!... .. ..'. 1425 MEKIUTT ISLAND FLA.
variety, Watch the ads. of our. I. Fine: Hinl, ForroltiireFuntl..4, f 70S
4, Ll 4 l merchants in the ADVOCATE SI'Cio..'a Rouil Feeding. I Fund 1'rliiinwrit Now/.. Jlht." Fund Nu." 2 1.. /1111114/III). !llocklcd!! and, I COCIM ailona.! Fine\ Heating) Hunting, and Fish 4O1-413: East nay Street, Jacksonville, Florida,

i. t> u "a........ iito. H ing. KatvH,J'>(" day, $2; r.0 and :1\:1.0.1:\: >; |per> week, (15.00: ( and upward.
Titus name Warden Fund.. $T FIProperty W. fl. LORE, I'rop. _Makers and Jobbers of-
1 How delighted visitors to lieiieiuieil. Persona Fund.... I M Write for" hnnlcW.
IIr '
..
d .. ,....... 2A N - -
if stock ordinance Funil
ville would be a l'muntytAehonl-Conoml -
..., .... 1)8 I ;
,F rl;' to ; i was enacted, to keep cows and apeelal'rax.. .'. Hflhool" u I'IMt." No.1." !2......... .. Dt 17 Ml I..BUH.NB. Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material,

'l" '1 I horses from running at large on Total ... .... ....... .............. .$ U,4iil, UII ,

t l 1 4 our streets. JOHN HBMUV, County Treasurer Hotel Bellevue MEJ. OUr. :E, FLORIDA Saddlery, Rubber Tires.
,
m'' t + I I WE hope the ladles of -Titusville Wood for Sale. A lienl'liy' wlnlor rl'l&ol't..n high' pine land' over InoVlntr Indian River First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc. Etc.

P ,, it 1 hpuclnl rates week: or. "non." -- -
I will soon form u Village Improvement address H.lt..H: f J null upward pnr iv. \ par --- --------- -- -- ---- -- - -- ------ --
ryt oak length. See or
1'lne or any
11 VVilto for rates to-
? ,' d I :Society:; and endeavor to do J. W. Jamison,Tltusvtlle.\ Fla. TXT"CTS'V'JLLE:: :: : L=:: VGR'Y: STA.DLE.:

t i l & something towards keeping the MADAM Jr.. M. <\1PI1KLL. H. W. CAMPBELL,

streets clean.IiUNTCIs Mnnaucr.: Proprietor, t! A SADIII.i' 1It11; I r.
I FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE. FEED AND SALE

are in their glory, for EUOG n-o;:
.. ...STADLES...
d jt'i' ) they say this ia an excellent of Titusvill eeaeoi IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND Lorillard Boat: Co., BAGGAGE i -1; KI'S.(\ :
in the neighborhood
1f DADE COUNTIES
for deer, quail, snipe, wild turkey, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA !aodTl1t: + ml\ {1'- n
s JV1 r1m'
LAND) FOIL SALE, St. Iucle and Dade TRANSFER, z4
.
n squirrel, duck, etc. nibs. Description) of land: 'V CRt / ,
lm (IOU Sold and Built to Order .all kin
) JT" Vg of northeast 4f and WOMtt! of noiith- Boats Bought HAULING ETC.
t
1 { RBMEMHBK, do not blame tin east '-.{, BBC. 10, township 32}:!, rouge 111I), ,
j i o 101 20-1OO:! ( ) acres, St. Lucle\ county J. 3VT. Os DLtn
Sheriff if he arrests you for Sun West ij I of northwest \ and west }ij!, Ec.gic.es: : tc.sta11ed.:: : iITUSVILLEIn rear of Kobblim' Law OIHce r'I>lI..1D.\

} ,. day hunting. lie Is merely doing of southwest >4, sec. U5:I: township &: Representative) for the ,..& .I. Reversible CJa olene Engine: ]IL. ,.j to :!:\) horso power.

3Ir lila duty; and if you do not up rnnee 311), lUll acres eouthenetsee., :St.: Lucle\ county.3, The only engine of the kind In }o'iorldland tho bent on the market.
1 i of the law against hunting Northeast Kj> of
prove township\ :MS I south, range 41 east:; J = -::=-
t 1 t on Sunday, try to get it repealed clone to O. K Wood's pineapple plantation AgrntB Agents -- -

;) on St.:\ Lucie river; 40 !acres, IgoJIo) I (>.. RONALD & F1SKE, The Standard

V NI 11 WE!: are sending out 3'!>0 extri Dado Also county, the northeast' L( of northeast 2 Cycle' toMLP.(Engine COCOA(, - FLORIDA 4 la:!Cycle to 3011 II. 1'. CopAL' 4
1.l. 11IER
of the ADVOCATE this week, south :w A IIDA-Y
'IY4i i1 iI ,I copies ?J.1/, seo. 18, township !to range ------
which ought to help our advertisers east; on south fork of St. Luclo
S Anyone receiving sample copy, ara< river! ; U) acres, Dade county. M.A.rt.IN'EJ: :: :EJN'G-JN"EJ S"CT PLJESX :: ID

\ carefully read the ads, Apply to W. A. HAM., Stuart/ Kla, >LrclwL.xcVE -

1 d i requested In $ CARRY THE MOST. COMPLETE LINE OF MARINE I1ARDWAIIE ii
bargains .
as!' there are some rare
Itoal II.Htato: JAtrgaiuM.Nice !I.
l. 1 ON THE EAST COAST.
week.
this
the ADVOCATE: well ACinI No. 1(1( and Climax! : : No. 0 Dry: Batteries!, Switches, Sp.irk Tings, Spark! ColinVlre \ ,j ji

located 1 $In-room Titusville cottage. ,. . $IOO:! ((1)j() \ i. Timers,Npak| GAPS' Detachable Terminal, Pocket Ammeters.Hrass .
Tobin Bronze. Shafting! Propelers -
anal 1 Iron Pipe Elbows, Teen, (Unions/ etc.
OUK job printing departinenlias 12:! awes Laud and llouaci, Galvanized andVhe l Nails. AL
and Copper
Wheels Sheet limas Copper; NAT
btoerinji( ..
,
rushed with] In
!I been considerably. part set In Orange! TrtftiH, Wide for Cntalollne-
$ )(y work for some weeks *p"st. This Eat: tJalllo . . . ., . 700 00) OUR PRICES ARE- LOW AND OUR C5OODS THE BEST.
ti Land, nearly lfl
in 30) acres
little
has caused' some delay getting
}
I7 -
1 i Mile Klvor Front It mile. ---- ---
t''& out so much work with promptitude north of Eau; Gallle. . . . -100) OC:

I ,''I' 11 ; but the rush'! is nearly over, 20 acres River Front at stoves' Oils Ocklawaha Nurseries.Do
t t I and we are now ready to receive Hardeevllle) . . . . . .10000( =:: ardware: : ., The .
21 tf I). L. OAUI.PF.N: Agent,
1 1, 1 and attend to nil printing ord"n Tltusvlllo,Kla.Flno : PAINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, ETC.
I
+ sent into the ADvoCATttotV.ee!: Ware < utnai

I'I I t pleased to note that our merchants Property For Sulc. not Belt trees cheaper than they can bo had from other rill>i ,>I' ,..".,

are doing a little toward)* here Is a certain amount of protection for Florida growers, who w.i' -

f i helping their home printing olllcc Two nice cottages adjoining each Oei & iffSSS3f3! i d uce a first-class fruit, in buying; trees from us, for they can K0'

lIong.'e! have one of the lines!t other In North Titusville, with nn acre hey order from UB, ,, )
hammock and five acres of rich muck \n,,
of
equipped olllcea! on the East Coast for truck f.irni. Good Ie what fan want, and ,IOU' o.r. .
; !Il\nol. suitable frees Positively True to Nsme.. dR'
h.is three to come to you In first .
1 11 I I rlvor front. Tho larger! cottage .> ((TO.v
1 I ; IT has been proved that l<'lorldacan sleeping rooms and a ervnu 'B room upstairs You also want them free of WHITE FLY, and you want BOD'
i dining
and parlor sitting room
: ;
: 'k31 get along pretty well without oom and kltcben below The .yljoln- BUD, and GOOD ROOTS. rh> I la I
fact
In
her orange; crop. Hut it was tog cottage has two sleeping rooms and Our trees have all of these Rood! points In their favor" Itt.
'ir i fifteen thai orvant's room In second I story and ns good as ::SCIENTIFIC METHOD, Or CULTIVAThFERTILIZATION
', thought years ago t, '
beOur *
WitS the only prof sitting room dining room and kitchen CAN: MAKE THEM. They are the \ .
growing
orange brick cisterns to both U ft.
iclow. Large,
1" II ,1 it!able industry possible in the State, louses. Adapted for 1nlco winter new, Illustrated Catalogue!; with valuable cultural notes

i 1 I The following from the Volusia lome. you write ns. for

} County Record gives some Idea of Apply to (11<: M. KOUBINS: ,FlaHodgson PO.. 'V'V'' clontic: : : ::: : 19, prc>P.
Titusville ;
1
f the changed; condition in the orange TANGERINE, FLA.
e section of the State : "Florida, in -

1, I'' y enjoying a permanent prosperity, Bros. :

.7rti and remember, if you please" that
t ' II the orange industry cuts but little EAU OAT.LIE, INDIAN RIVER, Ff.&..
'l'
11I
jl % i L r figure in the prosperity. Years Marine Railway. .? THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEDOES

1 { ago the orange crops, apparently" ,General Merchants\ ant Ship Chandlers. -
everything to Florida. It Is
were
..Special Facilities.,
gratifying to know that Florida Is

) not dependent upon the orange crop nor Hunting Out, Storing and Repairing 'Walkr. :) 3ardworre: : Oo.TITUSVILLE .., ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING REASONABLE,, : R.r;:
f1' lone, but has developed other resources Yachts and) Launches. FLORIDA.

mmi of still greater importance. Mention the ADVOCATE wban writing. ,

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COAST ADVOCATK, DECEMBER 8, 1905



- .Ht/NNN....NN/N N........N4 .NN1N/1.N:' Mims. Rockledge.
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: EAST COAST iisnmws 2. Harry Roberts has been slipping Illstangoi'lnc J. I. Swlnson went to Tltuavlllo on HFIREINSTRANCE

. Tuesday.

: ******************** :. Miss Ii'lusllloToylor spent Thanksgiving Little Addle Lockhnrt. was quite 111

. at Cocoa. the past week.

* Newsv Noted! Contributed l>v Om Hegulul' W. J. Duncan has purchased the hlI- Kov, Win.! K. Hall bait been, quite ill the best protection possible at the
.
.
all fur n few day*.
orange crop.
: Corns of Ennt Coast Coi-i-e.- ponclonts.
. Miss Blanche Felt attended the ball at L. F. Tettoe and family have: arrived

. ............_ .. .. ............................: Kockledge on 'fhankl ..... T TTTTY- - -
,)elt Bailey, of Tltnsvlllo, Was visiting Tho ADVOCATE Is always a welcome

I old.time fiieuds on Sunday. visitor to Hocll do.,
send all communication Eau Gallie.A .
::::rPlease to "Editor, M. 11 Ilariison, of Tuinbull, was c:ill- J. A. Irwin of Duxbury, Ma.ts., hast

and Items for publication" log on lends here on Sutul.iy.; univecl his winter homo.Cha . Ir YI
TUusvllU' lIt.
ADVOCATE !\ R Ut ('. VOIH3SOV-I'I" "U'IAN ASI Bl'll- The ADVOCATE hl&lIl1 wide I circulation: Hatch, of Fort Chl'htnUM.VIII
- OY."". tail tlalllu, KluililH In this st-ollon of liievurtl county. lu town for ft few days last week
::8'Vo cannot guarantee to publ.bItemS \

that do not reach this office linfoie Mi.*. Owens, of \Ye'lit Palm Bench, was Mr. and Mrs, .\. L. Moore of Munltt,
.1. \V. KoHHitter. left for Miami on Sunday In Minis recently, visiting friends dined with Mr. nud Ml'*. J. J. White oniMiiul.iy.

noon on Tuiirtulajs. eve lu&t.Cooler .
Mrs. C, .T. Coggln had another sick
) weather on Sunday and Monday spelt on Thiusd.iy, but fa t now fully 10covured. Mesdamos J. J. White und J. E. Kettlor -
--Will correspondents oblige UN l hy last, with showots. were visiting. Mill M. U.: Salmon on

writing the namuH of people Rod places :Shelling> the Attl'etllill I at a standstill. For orange, gr-Jjiefrult! and vegetable:( Tucsd.iy.We : .

as )plainly 1: as possible ? Want of help Is the cry. i growing! wo have Home of iho ,finest laud all very nuicli regret to loam of ..t.t,, u.r1 Ly:+.. .dllllblllil .

E. F. Hn'ch has bought,: out I the livery in the suits the death of our prominent winter resident

Melbourne. business of K. Klnnniid. Mfr. Tyler of Coco: I Is acting ns foreman V. F. Tuyloi.Mr. '.

J. A. filbert entertained on Mondaylast for W. J. Duncan while they mo and Mrs. A. N. CUrk: of Plainvllle LOWEST RATESin

by giving a curd party.' putting up oranges.A. Conn., ate settled their elegant

) W. (1OODK.-Real Estate, NotaryI'Illme G, F. Paddltinn U building no addition M. Terwllllgar Is allll busy with a cottage: for thu winter
UICHAKI and I C fur Etna to Ms Urge boat house on the Enu Unllio Urge: force, gathering and shipping his "l I r. Holmes will\ eroct addition to Ills

Liverpool. < [entdaunndAobe.andIlartrortib'tre : liver. line crop of fruit rt'sidunce. ; tutu build two cottages anti a in
IiiBiiranoB 'tnnpanleit.: 8i>eolal attention boat-house. He III the kind of settler
pawl. to the Interests ut nun-reshtoiita. The cold wave of Monday last. caused O. Nolle has purchased the crops of ,
need here.
some hustling for wood by our housekeeper orange! on the Oograuw groves, and I III we AMERICAN AND ENGLISH COMPANIES.

:--r: Subscriptions for the ADVOCATE, .*. busy shipping them. A L. Avoilll lies n now double cylinder

the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Capt. C. W. McNab, and family! of Mrll.vlel', of O.:,k Mill, I 1M assistingJohn Toquet motor In hiM fine launch, and WALTON: .
received at the Melbourne Potttoftlce. Youngstown Ohio are expected about Dual In than Mhipplngof tho Ma- hits time tilunds this mo winter.anticipating attune pleasant PEROY: ,

the nth: Inst. guuk'r rte Cooper orange snip.dhs. .
MINaLlzzfeEaton visiting relativesin Edmund: \Day wife, and son Will. and l lMrs. (Successor MUI.lton.l1: Walton)
Capt. Itu Pierce. Blown of Conn
Fort ,
I Seymour: ,
he her with lino fence. She .
a new houseboat larger than the one cottage: a at their winter home lust wI>tJk. We -
Plenty of rain, and vegetable and la now living on. also hat a fine lawn on which to playtennis
fruit doing well. etc Isle glad to welcome tholll.l'I".t Indianola. no A i) FUND DISC. 1'10. I.I.N
The Inn has one of the finest dance
Mr and Mrs. E. P. Branch spent halls on tho East: Coast, and the dining Miss Mantle Ilurdue' who I Is teaching of the help of the New Share> Kockltnlge I III C J..I8\; Co lumber for bildg 11 -IOt
hotel but arrived and Mr. : gut- -
Thanksgiving with friends at Mal.ib.ir.: : hall I Is one of the cosiest. school at Tiirnbiill left Mini Thanksgiving before the ( Stahl 't 10 0t(
i / to visit her parent nt Kockledgo; lug! the holol In tine trim Ralph Orethcr, of ..11I'kunvlllolont! \ N M Fish roail work . . a 85-
Master Fred Cabot hex returned to P. A. McMillan's(\ new launch Is fast opening on Christmas lve-tholMlh.! '
I tor a few days.: few here tho past week
n day mAD FUND ntsr NO 'i.
school after a short visit to I1o'eliound.: approncUInU\ completion and will be a

Mr. and Mrs Joseph Wlllamxon are I roomy comfortable vessel. Dr. F. II. Houghton K.htor Ohas. IIWaltuii had E.the B. Jackson misfortune: who to own break n one lino grove of Ms, Tho Improvements on J. I., ()I'lwflll'II'MhOUMO J J Hogg/ roud: woik . . 45YIt (

Miss Uilsy IJruily and !Mis Lillie havo boon cotiiph-tod' and the LiiUoche . . . 7 60
enjoying life In their new homo In Mel- Snapbeans In junntltlps are being" nhIpped logs nt his siiminur homo at Iluban: .VV. few iliiys. A
lovii Iu
Mini a
Junes were driving through '/ on family\ Isle expoctoil
hOllrne. north via Kan;: Onlllo, They are ll- ., which III pieveut his trip hero& thC ; UOAI KUN1 IMMT. NO. :9.K .
Island. Thanksgiving pay, viowingnurbeau/ oommenceil this w">ok with M I uiertrndo
Mrs. Edgar Jones U having a nicn addition prlnclpnly font Mcriltts ful and miich-aJmlrod ornngu/ groves. winter. :School of Tlrusvlllo, a.. tenclior. 1: (1 1 L tit: 8 Co lumber . 1-13:! 0ir
to her lately purchased Melbourne out on Ilnrtwoll ( Mendel road work . . as: OO(
put Tho fast launch Wymona, was Last week, Minis Kast: Mini and Mr. and Mrs. K. A. enter- Tho Meultt )pupils will ntliuul Jorguitscn
home. Sunday and Monday last: for ashortspin. Ihioo stations tallied Mr. and Mr. ( let. F, 1'addinoii, N III Fish sl* \l
Avenue this
\Viloy Hhlpplng' / school lieie tenet
G. PaiUIUon Is the owner. of Eau liiillio, on Thanksgiving Day N F. Klnnlaril: bawl aTJII'ellbl'llIlo| 10 73:
;
Minn Gladys: :Stewart went to Daytona for I the nelghboihood:( of Minis-averuireilM
will
last week to visit relatives and friends, Part of the railinJtonthe county bridge (\( ) boxen tl.iily. Since; tho closed season Dr. and I Mrs. Wlttleld were Invited, but Rev W. C. Mc(!all, of Apopka limt. uo\i itND i>tr." NO. I.
hero Sunday tho 10th ,,
next : ,
bu .
in that attiactlve city over tho Eau: Oalllo river was blown for lulling( commenced, a great: taut iay wore unable to piesuiit.Mr proucli both morning and evening ;Morning T A HobluHoit iiiiul woik . . If( 73:

down by tho high winds Saturday last. Titnsvllle llshcrinen have; found employment O. J. Gerry propiletor of the .Tl 3CIDAD (
Mrs. C. A. Stephen left for Hastings\ service\ lit Wall): ), and ovoning service" lit N M Fish
List week after pleasant visit with ielatlves Capt. It.: Hymmonds has rl'colvelond with the orange growers White cottage, hat uilived and opeual:! 7 o'clock standard time FUND IHHl', .VO. 'i.

at the Brown House. placed Into position, brand new steering -- the house for the winter solo-ion bins. mini work . .I'!) OOX
who for sonic Hum H H rhniulotn: \
An Thin
with touiiHts carpenters
for the Miittlo 1 11. The Capt. Uno > o Case of I'iKMinunila onWe Record! ieiry( I III quite|' popular : .n,0l: 88
. .
gear foul's
Ming Susie: Teeter our popular school ad I. In the AurocATK woutldbtlug hot' havu been at work "n1'; Onus) ( )Haimell
toacher, went to TltiiHville to spend happy anti ready for \business. do nut know of a lnglo limtiuu-e many tout IsIs. house. have moved over In l Cocoii, but X M ,Fish . 4 35.OAMIfl : .

Thanksgiving with her sitter. licv. .1. ,V'. Walker will hold a HlblechiHH 1 where n cough:( or cold lesulted In pneumonia still have the duck to llnisli mid) uftflghtIIUIIHO \ WAKDKN{ FUNIJ.J .
church on or consumption when Koley' I J\lr. and hint (HtII. Xlnimci\'man, offlreeu build the end of his dock.
John's Episcopal to Oil
\: In St. wm'den UO! OOK (
Allen Campbell, O. J. F. Campbell at 3 iu. Sei- Honey and Tur hud been taken. !cures Spa Inut'' 0., mlIvcd ut their winter P Ill-own M-il gamo
Sunday) afternoon next, p. --- --------- 3 73:
find wife, and Master Frniser spent Seats flee. cough and colds perfectly HO do not home In South Korkledgo on Mittnr. 1: C Advocate print game license
:30 I In tho evening.
vices at 7 :
Thanksgiving at Hotel Itullevue. take changes with some unknown prep- day Mrs. Martha' Oleason of <;lcvo. FuirluuM! 1'ighthtg. I'-l.NK' : AND KOII 10'IC runic FUJH

Miss Millie Nicholson open) a few days MI's.lcleJvey'a; baby girl Is progressing . station which may contain opiates. 1.1. O., ante with thorn its their SUCH I "Fur seven years," writes Oeo. W., J 1'. Ih'uwu, cilin. pros, on. ct 27 <01>

of last week visiting: lends In Fort towards recovery' nicely. Mis.Vogun aidIng w hlch cause cons)t pat Ion a ('ondl tlull thai this winter Hoffman, of Harper, Wanh., 1 hud a A A Mowiirt 'Jt! 27
Pierce. She Mrs. 1IcKelvo( 8 mother, IN riiiiinlx recovery Horn I a cold. Ask for stomach And .1 P ) on fine col. etc., 21 01
reports a very' enjoyable attention of the Daniel' 1'. Holmes of Norwich, Conn.,, bitter battle wit I chronlo Ilrown com.
visit. In the care and \Koley' Honey and Tar and refiiHU any it prominent winter resident of HoullKooklvdge liver trouble but at lust I won, mid cm'mlmy l J I I' Hmwn orlm. pros oo court, S3: 00I

Mrs. Simmons, of Detroit, Mich. ai- little one Hubxtlluto olTervd.' Sold by the Iteil, nrityed bolo on Sunday lie diseases by tho liMO of Kloctrto: Hitter I) L till 111,1011 conY fuse coot. . ->(VMS ( ),

rived at Hotel Carleton Tuesday night. Hev.lIllIdlZe: Walker held services inrot. Cruse I'liaitnitoy, Tltimvlllo. Kla.Georgiana. was accompanied by his wife; also A..J.. *. I unhesitatingly recommend them\ !\ /.Ir..r.hl/ com mi line co ct. 51) 00'
John' Episcopal: church on Sundaylast - - -- --- Intend the futuin to '1' A Ui.blnsou at . 83; (XI
don't
Silo and her husband weie among the Phelps anti wife, Mr, Tolmos', parent,. to all, and
Carlton'a popular U"lItllllist winter.At morning and evening. Uev. and! W. it. Looiiilx and Mr. and Mis. W. X bo without, them In the !rouse. They! .1 '1' Gilbert! dial pro j p ct. M (X)
!Mrs. Walker were the guests of Mis. I. U. Untfi-tm. I tire cortnlnlo a wouileiful inodiclii', to .f J M Snnilor . IS 74
the town election held hers last Gilbert over Sunday. hove cured Much a bad 1 cano' its mine." I' A Unliliisoti '* 12 40
Tuesday, the following officers were Thanksgiving Wl\lIlt very iiilet|' day. A Gee for Ii.. 31 35
L. Randall will r Sold I. under guarantee to tit) sumo .1 I llrowu
elected : Mayor, II. \V. Ooode ; Clerk and Mr. and Mrs Eugene Mr. Pierce has been quite sick for few enjoyed turkey, but IIUIHD of us hail Rod at fillo
Treasurer C. J. F. Campbell; Marshal leave: Boston, Mass.! about the Kith lust., several days but was bettor Monday.We to bo satisfied with chicken or cIUl\II.| you bottle., by the them Cross I'haimiioy. FV.KIHNIt IMttNONICIlfl: : FUND.
Kasi today.Merritt.
will be the a Try
and Collector, Leon Adams; Councilmen for Key Went and on Mr. Randall are having some pretty cool weather Hut It was generally enjoyml. Kev. nnd I I J. P. Brown, fending pi'Uonur* 70 00
holiday
Win. U. Campbell and John M. Fergu Coast about the lIrM. Hall entertained :Mr. and I Mrs. J.
has a fast launch at Eau Gallie. for "sunny Flnrltia"but: no frost yet, 'llioie being no further business at this
son. E. Dottier Mr. and Mrs. .1. J. 'Vliltt
i ; .
Mrs. Emmett Hedges and two children Quite a number of church people Miss Maggie: HiiHHell'g brother Tom. were with the Lock hurt family ; inron time the Jlomd adjourned! until first

and Miss Evans arrived from New turned out to the Communion service and three friends from Fort< Pierce,, I Hunt ate turkey with Mr. and Mr, <'. Monday: In January_ 11)0(1\ _,. nt 3: a. m.

York lust week. Mr. Hedge was here In St. John's Episcopal: ) church, on Sun- were vlxlilng her Saturday. H. HibliH ami Mr. ami Mi.*. H.ilmon 'I'ho Novlns orange groves are among) -- --- ---- ---

with his! boat to convey thorn to their day morning lust: notwithstanding the Miss Nellie Owen took Thanksgiving i dined with, Mr. and Mrs' Averill.. the! finest In the State. Ill JtllKl CIlllMC.

winter home at the liayvlew pineapple rainy, stormy weather that prevailed. dinner with hoi teacher Miss Maggie! :| -- Million riiHh In mad chaso after

plantation, just six miles south of here, The Goverment dredge boat has beenIn 1 t1"M"II. at her boarding. place, ..Mrs. A.I I Doctors! Could Not llellt Her. Hr. Daniel and 1 family of Cocoa welt health, \ from one oxtrent13131 faddlsin to

on the east side of the liver. Fan: Oallle for the punt ten days, attending A. 13\I: <1..lna. "I hnd kidney trouble for yours," ,vUltorn Meultt on Sunday: : anothor, when If they would only oat

anode A launch belongIng c"n.1 Tho hotel launch makes two and three good fun,I, and keep their bowels regular -
Capt.) Alex J. will leave for Tltusvllle to repairs etc. Uncle and Auntie Hughe wore write :Mrs Itayinond Connor of /Hholton
\ next Sunday: In his launch, >'lkko to the same vessel la. moored to liu: on Mrs. \llnndy and Miss. Wright, Wash "and I the Dr. could, not help) trip n day from Merilrt to (>ouoa, carry with Dr. Klng'x New Life Pill\ their

where lie expects to moot 1Ir.1o'led Hodgson llrim. dock, In the lieu: Oalllo: also on :Mr, ]' noby and daughter; Wednesd.iy me. I tried Foley's Kidney Cure, mil log passenger mid freight, trouble would, nil pas awuy. Prompt!

Yates, of Rochester N. Y., who owns a river : afternoon of last' week. Iho very first done gave: me relief and 1 1 I Morritt hut an upto..I"totelleml/ store,. relief and l quick cure for liver and tom-
beautiful winter home ac Hobo Sound. cuird. I cannot nay; too much and '\\III1'C II Now ache trouble :25a. at the lied Cross Pharmacy
80; ) and UK people had supperin am now pOHtolHco, hotel ( 011.
Between Will \Vtilio and Hl'tcock
Mr. Yates in bringing two or three gentlemen Inn dining room last week. The Roy : came up tor Folov', Kidney (,)UI'O." It make the buildings going up Indicate a good 1 win. ; guiirantooil.
the their nice
Palm In
from West Beach
friends from the Kant: for fow'eekll' .
will eliminate
a the Ladies Aid of St. diseased' kidney ""uIIIIIIU they her HoaHon.Mr. .
ocoaxiou being boat fur weeks visit with lei-
Saturday: : a
\\ crulnedowu the beautiful Indian The the poisons from the blood. limos,
Hlver. Mr. Yatns will return to Rochester l John' ch'irch work tntertalnmeiit.play in aid: ative and lends and bunting and ,fishing they do this, good/ health I* Impossllilo. and Mrs. Sheldon and, blend have Nothing (o Adust.| Nothing

for the Holidays, and bring his ladies ate now at f the same ou" church, of among the "Thousand lahmdx"iVe :Mold by the Red Cross I'harmncy. just urilved from New York, Mrbhuldon to( Learn, Simply Shave
of the funds t> wish them success I 1M building hltixelf a winter
family to Hobo Sound In January or Walker Is now .
--
Mlllidgo -- -- READY
the Hov. ALWAYS
which
early iu February. Friday of l.int week was a hall day ; homu at Mcrrltt e''

Hotel Carleton's parlors and I dining: pastor returned to Btu: Oallle, the wind wa howling/ but Mr. and Mr,. Fort Pierce.Mr The now proprietor or tho River View ALWAYS KEEN

room were gaily decorated for Thanksgiving Capt. lienuett with Id* line house- :McKarl.iod from Anthony, Ka I lie hotel Instill. busy with hays! force of help" | SAVES TIME, '),

and the following guests enjoyed on Tuesday last completely overhauled: ;Misses Emily and C'liailotto Hone, and gutting/ everything uliout the hotel li MONEY, and ., l Buy that

dinner at this popular hoime Mayor boat. Rochester Tho, Captain will at once their two charming nieces Misses| )''..inllyMl und Mrs.llaaflier: were pensani: order for the winter season, which' prom TEMPER "

C, M. Stewart, wife and lion, Master and painted engine In his launch which and Edna, from )K enfl i>lia, Win, and *. visitor lu town on Tuesday. Inns to bo at busy one, thero lining a Outri i safety razor

Fletcher, Mr. and :Mrs W. T. Wells, he Install will use new In connection with his house Myrtle Brown and her, Iwo child, <'11, of Mrs A. W. little of Jacksonville her of l'oon'III alroiulyKoloj'n' eugagod that is not only a
all that d 'Iho MnKnr-\ .
.
lion. Oeo. It. Lyon and wife, Mr. and boat. This will, \ give Capt. Bennett one Miami come y. vUitlng/ Mr. and Mr*. A. K. Wilson for n -- - '' but
Und are cosily guttled In the little Inng safety a razor
Mrs. John B. Lee, Miss Llllie 1.00. Mrs. roost complete cruising oiitllis, on fow d.'Y1l.lfr. ,
of the the Sands In their own comfortable .Jrutln" llon<> aud'I'ar.Foley r
K.: :M, Ferguson:( Win. Dow novo S. D. of Florida.A cottage; y
Paine; and wife Mr. and Mrs. Henry the East! Coast homo and the Browns are vln- : Orlmes, representing. the Van lie A: Co., Chicago: origlnatedlluney : Tl
Whitney Mrs. V. A. }Pierce Mls!. Moul- meeting of the East Coast Chautau- Ring: their mother, 1\1'8.\ A. A. haul lwlll, man; Co., of Jacksonville, was vlsltlnf nud Tur as a throat and lung >I

ton, Mr. and Mrs. K, 1V. Uoode Mr. and qua director took place on Tuesday and family wears glad to have all our merchants ou 'Tuesday remedy, anti on account of tho "I'O"t
J. II.
Mrs. C. M. Deujean.la8: ; Jessie lieau- last at tho residence l of the Uov. these !good people come.Torture hold! In It and of
were present, W. '1'. _ ___ __ __ I'teMdlug Elder 1'unco' oorvices filet popularity Foley' Honey
jean, Mr. and Mrs. Alex J.. Ooode and Hawk.: There Messr. E. 1'. u the Methodist\ church? Sunday) inornlug, and Tar many ImltatUin art olTernd for
and
son, :Master Kichard W. Ooodo and Mrs. Wells, president. J. K.: M. Hodgson of n readier., to largo.n large; :( congregation.liev. the !genuine. Ask for Fulny'd Honey
Edgar Jones and son, Master Ottl Branch. L, A. Peek, MDtl Tur and refuRo substitute olTer"l
---- and Afr. Haw he, of the boar It was The story of the torture of Ilav. O. D.Moote . John HINWU held services In St., N.
other will glee the
Cleaning and Pressing cJrclded to have the Chautau:' meet at. pastor; of tho liapllxt church,. of Andrews ,huicli taut Sunday morning name as nu satisfaction.preparation It U mildly laxative\ A w

Melbourne as usual. Tho date of opening ilarpersvllle X. Y., will Interest you. and evening to largo congregations.; It contain no ophite and IH safest fur N
All work done up-to-date. Call and and the program will bo duly advertised lie says: "[ aulTerml' agonies, because ofa Sold\ )
detail after the Ilav. Mr. Wood loon held services In hat children and delicate person ) by
sea me. Andrew Gibson at the Parlor awl farther given persistent cough resulting: from
iraptixtchurch last Sunday morning and the Ked Cross Pharmacy Tltmvllle, Fla.;
on the lath: Inst. I hRl to sleep sitting In bml.
Barber Shop, on Washington avenue. the next meeting, grip. up eveiiinii. At the morning seivlco the
I tried remedies, without relief,
many I Oddfellows\ turned out In full \
regalia,,
until I took Dr. King' New Discovery I COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
for thai
the
sermon being especially
*...hrfiiMf'ff'f1'Y'f.tF..........4444.....+)444444444444444. for which Consumntton entirely cured, Coughs my cough and Cold, anal Order. 1 eOOe

.
** saved me from consumption." A grand Tim town election panned otf very (continued from page 8 ) This razor has
Mr. Stewart, of our Melbourne office, :: cure for diseased conditions of Throat quietly on Tuesday a number of voters calved tha itiavtnn problem lot every V

: c f, and Lungs. At the Ked Cross I'lmr- not taking the trulILle tu go to the poll*. man. Though lag a new invention, it \
]ie creating our A. D. Punnoy ""I.! Co Judge 25 (HIP has already attained enormous -
opularily.
and OO
mac,; price talc f 1. guaranteed.Trial For mayor, Capt. Fee defeated Was Tjr-
A . 4.1: (
A Mcmlllan U agrntn X O
s bottle free. lander by 4a: to 10; for Marshal, Lie, uotnp 1IOHB THAN 3OIJ.OOO
-- ? W. H. :>(Norwood salary Beg otllcer 15 IK)
----- Alderman defeated: W. T. lluyes by one MOLD TUB ITIIIST TEA Theu'eref
-- Aldermen elected O. J..1'. Brown, 5 OOK. ( le i in, the WAFER rADEM.: .
The were
FURNITURE DEPARTMENT I II Dade County Land "'or Hale. vote. Howler, ferryMan . . .*> (N) and
which . NT .
Tucker and K. Whytu.Tha t AH! Til I AH PA I :.ll
11t1Jnllle Klectrlo: f, Co lighto: h 10 i sharper than other razor. Each: : tithe

reception\ given by Mr and Mrs. J. I.. thrown, Jillor.: . . !Ill 1() ((10Itrady I will 'from any twenty to 'forty ,!.aves. On
.
-- For axle, cheap the uorthfUKt quarter and Mrs Sample, Monday!; night, wits itKioHt limos., nnl to meet the genuine wants of the people, afld be :: of ..oiitbe *t quarter of section! 3, 10"' ''- soclui' success, and wan largely at. f Advocate! typo "'rlLp o office I ()X() dues an good fore JallyioO)

:: : hip :W, aouth of range/ 41. t east; close to leaded from fur sad near The orchestra l U I. (Uaulilen! I act fee fnund caKe 2.1:; (X() for a i/ear.
now claims have the most complete line of O. K. Wood' pineapple plantation on THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL FBD: itn. .
:: to pl"y..cllI"mtf very nice selection It K U Advocate! ad Jur not to appear .
not mar ihmi Mi,,fut! %va Will iv. you
St I.ucl River; 40 acres.Also I wu the Otli anniversary of their wedding a& et ct . . . . . 1 111 ;4 RUMMY bw.k: si..ii,. J
# j the northeast, quarter or iiurtii- ami they were the recipients of some .1 P Brown waiting on county ct 10 0'1) with 12 U.dc. 3' ." a
** House Furnishings ever seen n_ the_/Jvi.!: ewe quarter of section 18, township 38, very Imadsome preaenfs. It wall also s J P Drown sum *p"a yen for ooct 'JH ,15 I lripkoil.ptalod..1. ; e . t.I:' .
f
south of range 41 east; on south fork of reception to the many friends of Mr. and A A Stewart record tax sale

.I nt. Lucle River; 40 seres. Apply to Mrs. Dan: McCuriy. Light refresbmeot report IOU . j 75 Red Cross Pharmacy CwTUnsvllle .
,
** You have heard of Angle Lamps ? -5* VHAK. II. WALTON, were served, and a nice, ...cl"lllme wa Catherine Stewart& type writ laws \s-:

-tt Tltusvllle Y\a\ enjoyed by all. for cattle Inup . I) m) Fla.
** --- -- --4 K: C LAS Co lumber for poor f ,13 IO L

Write us :ftr I' J Hall building farm barn 4i. tit)
:: Some people call them Angel Larops. .j .Job 1'rliitlntf.- A Fearful rate. poor
- -- ---- -
A A Stewart musk ct cp any of b. 73 ;

*: and we will tell you the Joke on Mr. Rccker ller. :'tx It I I. fearful fats to have to endure his I'revatt mgr poor farm. . .13 IH) ._4:; ...
... Do not forget the fact that st the Al>- the terrible torture of riles. "I can I K: W Dunn cook for poor farm 12: (MlA ) tkJ flB TEED

VOCATB office Tltusvllle, we do job truthfully say," writes Harry Cola"n, of A Stewart book for cattle ln"i> 1 BOA L a

W FEE & STEWART COMPANY i printing of all kinds, neatly, cheaply andexpedltioaaly. MsHonvlIle, Ia, "'tl."t for blind, Bleed- A Stewart m,k cop of ch.,dule.. BANK DEPOSIT
log Itching and I protruding. }'II.., Buek- for trea. . . . . . 8 00 $5,000EAST
( Latterhesds Notebeadv.1 ten's Arnica al'e,11I the bestcurv made." i C Pharmacy med' for poor f 2 Mrltcliard N.N.far.Pald.NotesTak.e
::
*:: Melbourne and Fort Pierce. : Ulllhoo, Envelops, Tags and all other Alao bat for eat, burn sad Injuries. *: Son rods for poor t 12: 01Ie ______--____ BOO Board FHKB at Coat.COURSES Writ Quick:
kinds. ZAo at the Ited Cross 1'harroiwy C Pharmacy med for jail :2 13
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+F i u ( OOD, big "mealy" potatoescan Florida East Coast hia y



not be with- .
produced t
Local Time Card No. 62.
Corrected
y Ih .10, to Sept. "i. 1905.


,, out a liberal amount of POTASH SOUTH.BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH.BOUND-READ
1 Up
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No. 90 Nn 110 STATJONi': Nn. 7.. .. 118 -.0:::
1.
in the fertilizer not less than '"VaJ1y" Dally I Dally' 11"1

'iJj; 810 a L... ........ .....Jiwksnnvllln............... Ar 7 IJIII ,
01 p Ytl a .........,...Sit. Jnckaunvllln.?........... Lv II Ire n ,?'
) 15 p 10 Alt a ........._...St Altguntne .......... ... .. II ro I' ",i :
$ I j ten cent. It must be in theFt II 6' p 1181 a .....................1Ia..I1".8. ... ..." 4 gl .I''. "
+ per 06 9 10" 1160a ...... .... EaMC PrdaiNn. ,,...,,,...,,,, 481O I' ,I C; 'I"''' ,

\ fiiii"'"p o1M1, I' Ar ....................i'aatkn. ................... Lv T top '., ..
form a 13 p .!!.2) a L. ......................I'.n.k. ? ................. Ar _II 00 I' 6 I.''J w

of Sulphate of POTASH of .''IJ.:: 96 9011p<1 AI' ...,...........R..u 11a6o. .............,..... J.v 2 III ._ ::
I
f ,, : C 2.! p 80 a L. .................8"n. Mntnn.................. A.r _s 2-;..., ...,
48ijiJJ j> Lv ..................... Neoga/ ..................... Lv 8 ;.1 _'. 0
4 503 I' 1241 p .. .................. nunnolla. .................. .. 3 4 + 1'1"I S r....' ""
,) highest quality. : .10 p 1965: I' .' ..................Dupont. ........,........... .. :a 37 I'yr'I r. J1. "
Q\ 8 U I' 1 20 I. .,....... ........ Orntnnrl. ?.....??......... .. II? III ',, I :2! n "'
t I* I t r Q\ II 63 I' 1 ao I p .' ........... Dayt'a....... ........ .. 3 00 I' J" 'e
II 04 I' 161 P .....?.........Port orange.......?.....?.. 2501, I''' I : .
"Plant Food" and "Truck Farming" are two practical III 0211 i I'' 2 III I' A. .................Now .myrll"................ .. 2 au 1'1' I I ':. _,

I i1 .C ltl 8 i Ar ..................LakoHelen.................. Lv n .. ,,,
books which tell of the successful growing of and the ; 1081) R11111 I' ......... Oran"Clly ................. .. 1J 1I1'1-r..I J .7
potatoes .........Ornngo .. I
1016 a 4 00 I' City Junction......... !2ao. ',, ,. 4
.
{fl !; I other garden truck-sent free to those who write us for them. 9 86 2 p Lv.. .... ...........New Smyrna.. ...........?. Lv 2 2(1( !' _4-,' O
I 1-i; IU 001> 2 III P ...?............O"k 11111.................. .. 1 64 ::J I
too hf'N A
L .New York-93 Na.Mu Street or AtlanU. ()..-ZZ", So. Broad Street. C 9 W a .... ....... Ar ..............." 8..nr..r.1. ......?.......?.. Lv 1000 1o 00- tn
.r t 7 Itd o 1004)aLv............... ..? Sanford.. Ar n, ft
- -- .- . Pour Sailings Each Week. . :01)'p:::::: 8 b1 y. L... ....?,.......... 'XltusvUla ?..?..,?..... Iv116::::: ';:i-IIO"110 I,?, .0.

BEDDING FOR STABLES.S..lo.t L .. ., ...ut! rye of theur' U 11 18 I' 4 0\1.\ ....._._..... Onooa ............. .. 12 II 2 111 \' ..
'. rope( iw U., 4 13., ...._.....?.. Rockledge..: .........?..... .. 12 ::10 1'1' a! '" 'n" ,
:' 'I.! :; < i.iatPil. by t'li-! I fumigation/: c 11 63 p 4 411 I' ...?_.......Eau 0..1110........._.. .. J1 65 I" n
BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE
w 'i up !mmvlnvi' I lrnl. Pop the : ..' ";'" 'H')! :.iw' ";" ;' : :!!I'I'. :/e token to- and NEW YORK. U 12 0/1./ 'U p .". ..Melbourn6............_... .. 11 4" a,, 1 M n.. 'I
t { I 1 CnuirorC ..f the hairy ( ....... .'. ... 12 61.. II HT p ,._.??... "ebRet/an ....?......... J1 04 al l i'l It
+ \SJ in r I'P': l ci.vl, I I-:; ,'('ii to is of 100) .. ....... .. It .
Charleston bQ 1 SII a II 2\1\ I' - .. .8t. Luck ............._.. III 1J a is uu ..
at S. C. .
I', tr ; 1 Dy C. V UOANU.: M.irylunLi POIIII.H( tlii )'UH"M! ostlinate for the Calling both ways) 1 M a II 411 P ... .....???.."..II'<>r'l'loroe................ 1016 a''' 11 =
) aJ 3 ,P It N not likely that smMlimt U available .C \ais a 405p .. ... ." TI bbn'e' ............._.. \1\ un n 11 .12'i I
In two wont: bread" grains ooroblnnl will The Finest Steamships in the Coastwise Service ;::: 2'13 a T2\ p ".. .....m........._ Eden, .......?.........?.. II Y6 n 11 1+ I tn
iiiiniy/ locnlltlex but where It be found to bo about 5-V6( cent below 2 2s a 7, J1 p ................_ Jnnenn. ? .....m._?..? .. II 21 a'l' 11 13 I
can bo procured It will coat about 1 the Pf iU 2 8\11'\ 7, 2a i" .. ....?............... Stu"rt................?. .. \\1 11 all III j I K)
1 r j cent hundred, u-liU-li estimate for hint )'ellr.I The Clyde New England and Southern Lines. Q) 8 05 a 7 M P ...??,....... Hobo Sound?............ .. Bun ]03..; ,I S5
14 ( { per 1 pouiulu, makes "" ,
4 821 a 8 H p .._. .went Jupiter,. ............ B 2. n'iu 1\' .
t it n coinpnntlUoly/ cheap 1",01.II IIg. It Direct Service Between v 4 4 U a II 61 p". .............tYOaO Palm Leach.....?... .. T 4'1" U t I'\, I' :J
) I 1 must be HUla Hint the- . 4 82 a II a p ..??.............Doyn ton ................... .. 1 Ilil 0 I' ,I 3
( 7 I HIIvdiiwCeverything ; "Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points -- 'U a III .. __.._?......Delrny........_........ .. 7, 10 II' rr
S ,i ,I considered, MUM HK most ends I THE GARDEN KEYBOARD I /I 81a 10 !II V .. .............Fort Landurdale. ........... .. II 15 S I'. I
X + factory of (the in.itorlMls( / .. used In tests. (Calling at Charleston, S. O., both ways) _5) II 40 a 1030 I' .. ..................... Dania ..................? .. 8 10 "I S 06"I'
l t N+ ::J II asalOdIp ....._"......IIallendala. .. ...??......... .. /I 63 7 t4 V
It kept the cons cleaner than RE.VI-WEKKI.Y SAILINGS S 24 1 11 (11 ................. _.. .. P 00
... ....... .
unJ.thlng4lslJ Keep( the growing/ celery banked up. Southbound.Northbound.... .... . ... ... .... . . . .... . . . .. ... ..... ..... .:from I.ewlu Wharf, llontou a BM1 a a J115 I'P Ar ..................Lemon..Miami CIty.................... Lv II II 23 f4 1 2 3 I .
1 r r | and stuyi'il' ( In place/ better, aa It la This Is a busy time In the garden . . . .. . .. .. . .... .... ... .. .. ., from out or Catherine Street Jacksonville" nDa11y _12" "
I, I not us easily shoved around us nro the Some winter vegetables --- -- --- ---

straw ami st 0\ ()I'. It can! b(> made to others should be are g'owlnR. ; Ex. 1I0)IESTEAD EXTENSION bum
tt4., 4 sown. St. Johns River Line. Bun.
I
I ) 1 look cleaner nnd/ neuter than elCher( of Sow Clyde -

the other IOlItl'l'lulll11111., unlike the (carrots corn salad brussels II 00 a ..?....... Lv ....................5ltamt. .....,.............. Ar ...?....... -8 ao-
ia2 i jp MI.. sprouts, broccoli endive kale lettuce BETWEEN JA'JKbONVlLLE; AND SANFOHD. Iao\ a ?......... AI' .....?...........1IolUeotB"d..._.......... Lv ............ I all I'i I'
straw and l 1:4
Mtlll' lien
( l', : entirely from
,I leeks, niiiHturd, parsley (parsnip radIsh Stopping| at Palatka. Avtor St. Francln, HoruHforil (DoLanil), and intermediate. Ian,).
I dust. The only possible objoftlon that spinach, und Hiilwlfy.Bow Infffl on the St. Johns River coiiimeucInK WeclneBilay Novelllbe..ll1.11J01I.. Nn. 17 =
s'' could be urged agalimt/ It Is that It curries NfI.II3Nn.II1No.IB Hon. holly If\YPOUT BRANCII No. 1 A N o.20S... 7e
(- I HO much moisture. ns to make It a weeks. turtilps for succession every: two JTKA.MERS "CITY JACKSONVILLK" and "FICKIVK! : weiiAitvare Only Only H1In. Vally Sun..;x. holly Only Sn" ,I I I..IJ y

i ; ( III little damp) but It Is very doubtful !If appointed to gall. an follows j Leave. Jacksonville, dally except Siiturd.iy, at 3.30 p. m. Ko_ - - -- -

ll9X I this has any bud street The tmndustXroiu It Is an excellent! time to start a new turning leave Banlonl, dally except Sunday at 030 a. m. \I\ 00 P 10 10 a II 00 P II O.. Lv ........Jack80nvllle........ Ar T, 411 n uno" e (e I ,

; the pitch pines of HIM southern strawberry bed. Soutb.Jlolllld SCHEI>U LE. N..rth.Jlou..dHe"ll 210 Soap P 1 731a12211. ,,
states Is said to dive n bad effect Bud artichokes. should be separated down ItulI.1. up.Levo \\I 411 P 1o5sa/ 8411 I' II 04.. .. ......Atlantlo Iliach'. .. T 00 a 12 4iso nit t 46 ,
i 1 I I' on and set fully three feet a 30 p. ro. . . . .. .. ... . . J..k8011\'IIIo. .. . . . ... ... . . . I Arrive 2 Oll a m. I 0Up11 30 a 7 Wp 9 \\10 a .. ........Ma sport..?..._". .. 8 43 a J1 sU a 4 au i
-I r th e. souIl' Y solU\ of that section. The apart Leave 8 In I'. m. .... .. .. . . . . ... . . ...l'uJ..ka.. . ... .. .. .. ... . ... .. Leave S co I p. III. I
il + t I ' sawdust doenys slowly nnd has n tendency Cucumbers started In pots will make LeLeave 3tMla.m. ... . . .,.. . .. . . .. A8tor ... . .. .. .. . . . . . .fAJave 'I3f i 1..11I. -
?, Leave. 430 a. w. .... ... . .. .. .. . . . .St. o'rllllcia . .... .. .. .. . .. ... Leave 2011 p. III
; to loosen UI.I/ soil already/ too good plants for hotbed next month. Leave . ... .... ..... .. ..lIer".lo..1 (U..I..nd. ) . ... . . . .. .. . .. I..ave I (MII..III. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP CONNECTIONS AT JII4ML
4' loose This objection would hardly From Untou Rouge. Ilounton and Arrive 830..111. . .. ........,... .... .... .. .l'I""ford' . .. .. . .. .. . . ... .I..avll' 030..u..
'' bold Waco the Arrive 10:110 a. m... . .. . .. ... .. .... . .....ElIlerprl"e. . . . . ... . .. . ... .. .eavs. 1000 a. in.
s ( /good outRide of the pitch pine re south onion 81'ellJeds should Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Company For
+ ( gions or on tiny land. Sawdust manure now be prepared for all of the winter Gen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office 122 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

it e'I I 1 U Ideal for scattering/ oil lleld> growing crop Seed should KO Into the HAVANA AND [KEY WEST.
*. ground before F. M. IROVMOVfJKR: : JR., Anst.Oan. Page Aft..: 12J: West Hay St.. Jaok.nnvflle Fla.
1 i ry1 I Mmviluot or !lion, In.... the middle of October W. O.0001'ERJr., Local Frt., Afct.; Jacksonville! C P. LOVK'.L' miperintsndent Jacksonville.
lyti jl : 4 Practically all that can bo snit. In furor for best remilts.H Foot nuFcan BC...lACKnonviim, r.Ia.i --
A. O. H4OKHTY, Onn'1 .:,...t'n Pasii. Aict..: New York CLYDE MILXR Oini. Frt.. Agt.; New York. Those Time Tabt show... the time. at which trains may bn expected to arrtr' AC mil 'alarm.
i d i of the sawdust Is true of the shavings Til to.!: O. KOKK: General.Manager. WICI..HJI: IU.: U mural. A&entii.CIieiieurouKU from the sovernl. Btatlnrm but their arrival or departure. at tho times ctutuU 'IH n' t tii", irn, ,..od l
( and It Is also quite diy. It U *.alln In 1\ln..ho."tt.) KullilinK. 1 lY State St., Opposite lattery Park, New York. nor Is this Company to be held roaponnlble for any delays or any oouaequouom arlalnit ttii nlrum

( it without the obJwUoimliltMltist of straw During the year IIMH( the IURMRChu-- C. It. WAI/TOy. Agent, Tltn vUle. Fla.Atlantic .

,w' 4 nod It makes a lino -- - ,- - _._-- -- - .- - ----
stovpr. nppenrdt9'w setts highway commission completed -- -- --- - -
For Copy; of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
r3 : I nnco. TIm only objection Is that It Is about slKty-alx miles of state road

,I' I I light and a strong' breeze blowing bringing the total mileage of completed "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

through the stable la likely to sputter. sto.ie highways up to 048 uilles, Coast Line R'y.

It, but ordinarily It stays under the with eighteen! autos laid out but not J. D. RAHNER, Asst. Gen'l! Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

:i 1i tows well and Is not easily shove 1 llulshed. HUJS the Good Roads Maga

; s, + about. Tho shavings used come lio'.ed!: zinc The average cost (per mile of The Great Through Car Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson Effective June 3, JflO;;. The schedule figures for the Mayport Branch and

d! ; f ,,t and cost about $<5 to $7 per ton !n car road for the sections completed duringthe sale' Tuesdays' and Thursdays I In! November. Homestead t Extension .m shown on above time-table, has been changed, additional
lots. The test shows that It would
t' 4j require year 1001 was $3,750.44: :; and. tho trains being put Into SIll vice between, Jacksourllle' and Mayport, and the tcrtice
I 'r about 1.10O pounds cow for
per a I extremes were $1,707.38 and $13,200.32.The TO TH13 EAST. I between Miami and Homestead being reduced to one train a day: each way leaving

year For the strictly sanitary dulry, saw cant or' maintenance and reonlreon Over Its own rails to Savannah Charleston Richmond and Washington thencevia Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead p. m., arriving' Miami: J .i'p< n>.
tho state roads
completed prior' to Kallroad.
i1 I <<1us1 amid shavings! are the I ideal bedding. 1004 shows' mi expenditure during that the Pennsylvania' For correct schedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. Ky., or for )pocket lime-

( : materials though tho ordinary dairy of : card address the A. G. P A.Southern.
year $4331 per mile. This mllk..11the TO 'Til AVKST.The .

w. farmer could not l>o lulvlsoil to buy cost of keeping the road In condition LOlll vllle & Nashville via Montgomery. The. Mobile & Ohio R. K. .- -.
when he could mine cither: the straw or
t r TVj; mllln of tho cost! of construction.
v'h'r the stover. There Is n little dust In .
TO TIIH EAST VIA STI AlnSIIU..
i sharing, but.lt would have no effort Railway
T q ;' ) on the wholesomeness of the milk nil Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York rhlladeldhla, Bos
' Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore Via Savannah
ton. Via
,
the dust from the .HlnivliiRi. : Is generally
and t Merchants' and Miners' 'I'rnn.porttnlon Company for Baltimore
A4 h 1tIII small particles of wood mind, seldom For ThinBabies' aud Philadelphia.TO EFFECTIVE MAV aft, 1IMM.

contains. any molds or bactorla. As .
Two YeoUblllo TI"1/la: Jo.t.: A\D WU T. \ "
No.84 I No :20! NORTH
wnlllltntl'lII before the sawdust I is
(lamp
4 and has ICKY \VKST ANI I1A VANA. Lv .IIIrkR\III. . . . aIty U IOn 1 MI' JackaollvIU.. Via, . .. . . ,FriI 1\ W
both
i, no dust. Moreover of Via Peninsular A Occidental Steamship Company. L" Jesup... . . .. . . .... \, II .Chi' 10 "p Lv..III. Oa. . .. ... ... .. . ,
these materials keep[ the cows cleaner .Lvi4avannnh. ... .... .... .. .. " 12111. 121ft" A..IIJuc..n.It.... . .. . .. .. m.
Add make n Htubln\ look neater than either Ar ('..hlmhl". . . .. ... " .55p eCOn ArAtanmis. . .... .. . .. rc a.
Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Ar Charlotte .. . . .... .... " 10III'\/ Uilia/ ArU..me.IJ".. .. . .. .. . . "
the straw or tho sto : ... ... .. . . '
i i % er.Itye Greenhorn . . .. I lira. 12611> Ar lnlt4n. lta.. . .... .
1 ArDanville. ... .... . .... .. 221a :210p Ar'hattunagaTerm.. .. .. . v.
fftrnnr. ..\rRI..I".1. ... ... .... .. u. n 6 6gn 64tp Arf"xl..jt.unKy ... .. .. .. . lt, 1 qur.q
:
: 1IILUAGE TICJCKTS.InterchanRoable .
.
1 7I In oho city markets rye straw sells Fat is of great account .. .. Ar l'tau ttnuitfu. .. ... ..
: :: .. ...
: -.j-84t
; ; t 1; for about twice us munch as any other mileage tickets good: over 13,000) miles of among the princi Ar 1.Charl..tt..8vllle..vhl'hl".il.. .... . .. ". .. Oise n 4-20\,nt.\i L.fnuauuatill.. . ... . . . -RigF.. ," I.*I IAr
th '' + material Intended for boddlug. Of to a baby ; that is why pall'allroatll'lln' the southern states' are on sale by the principal agents.' Ar Washington . . . . .. " 0/11I./ .. 111101' ArllII'UIl'", III . ... .. .- .
911, ... .. . ... . . III', 'I
Ar RAltnnure. . . )1311a 112/11'/ 1.vCmchmntl, 0.. .. I'u ;Iin
4 course It Is 1 IntenJed almost exclusively babies fat. If For reservations andFRANK Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write Ar West 1'11I1"tlcll'bl.. . . .. .'. I 411p 2 861, A. 'hlrlljto, III .,. .. .. . "
i ''i for horses and tho double paid are your Pass. \V. D. STAnK Ar New York. . .. " 6loa: I ill I
Mel pries C. BOYLSTON", Dist Agt. Trav. Pass.' Agt. 41JI' I.v ('lnolnlll"l. u.. ... .. ., :. ( II: S ,
hl I a N S for It woulil Indicate that horsemen 1:18: West Bay :St.: Astor Building) JACKSONVILLE FLA. .. Ar fhtrn4tn,111., : .. .. ,,
it baby is scrawny Scott'sEmulsion EXIEIlhON TraiUo Jlanairer. W..1. CRAIG Oeu'l. Pass.' No.3I"w york and Florida F.pre.rt! I.V'IIIClnllatl0., ... .. .. .. . t'H'th ,I 1
; M considered It Just twice as desirable IT. M. Agent." O..lIy )'lIlhl,," Ilr..wllll. H.rnm RIo'eplrg Cur Port .. m
I . .
1'' ; for bedding It Is n little dldloult to 1 i is what he WILMINGTON N. C. Tampa .J..ckao..vlllo to \ew York. ArtelednO ArIN'trnft.5ftch.i ':'::. :::::. ::: I I'll '"

v _ _._ _ . ._ M\n.o.3f1-"Wa..hlnltton. Florida. Llmlted" ,7
net at tho true reason. Farmers. elUcntly 'n -- - - -- ------ -- -- ---- Uulivlldlnum IJr..wlnll liana Car Lvfnminnnt,4JackoouvdletoewYork. / /... .... .. . . 1'11-I.an.'
: Sh'e"ln" \t
I prefer the wheat' straw for bothhorses wants. The healthy baby ArPittobnr .Ia. . .. '. :'
--,"" ..... . ..-. . Ih I,, F
------ Lv 'IImnn..t//. 0 'tti
: :D: :
and cows. It Is doubtful !3 .A. '
very . . . . .
stores as fat what it does Through "TUEooLAXO OF 'tIL I SKY" t \o. 3g \1' ('Invrln5d' n. ,
i ; t It: ryo straw would prove at nil sutlsI .n LV larxitt.. run. K y. . ' H ,,.
factory lu a dairy stable It U hard f.viick.n"vllleln; ... . .. . ...S... ny 76s 1 ArlandovllluK. I y. .... ..... . .
4 not need immediately for AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR I.v Snvannnh H.. .... ..., .... .., . :": 12 1/1./ Ar St.lual.. I\ln.. . ... .... :
14 and stiff and lu some ttsts Hindu nt Ar Colnmhla., S. C. . . . .. .. .. .. 8 ooa XF.nnistnn All. . ... .. . . n
1 i 1 this station with A separate and smaller bone and muscle. Fat Ar AhrvllleL'.0'... ... .... ... .. 4" t101'/ Arlilrmlnjlharn.Ala.; . .. .. i14yArlintSpring.
y .. \. C.... ..... .. .. 2371 . ..... . . rt"' .1ep, '
) herd than the one used In the previous ArKnoxvnleTenn . . . ...... ... ArlllellJl'l"'Jon.ArK"nnn..lty.M.... .. .. . ,. N.
{ 5 14 tests about the same quantity of babies are happy they do : SOUTHERN PINES Arl.oul.vt1lo. . . . ... .... . .. alep ry,
COLUMBIA CAMDEN RICHMOND
4 ; SAVANNAH : : .. ... .: .
( ArRt.LonI8....... .... . ... ....... ? 41\1I1' "1"III.hl", 1'mm. ... .,a
+ rye straw ns of wheat straw wns used Hot'rhlll'l'! Ark .... .. .
WASHINGTON BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK Cincinnatl,0 .. ... . ... .. .... Q.'C.C 8 Ise -
j j butt tho cows did not keep in as clean I not cry ; they are rich ; Na11-"TheFlnddnLhnlted' (Pnli A"Ili

? ? n condition. The rye straw apparently' Nn. nlJ-J"ily Pllllman Tlrawlnl1; Room anti "at/hllte/ tralll, thrm'jtll day. rou'll., 11! I Ivll].
fat JlllrreC Bleeping Car between Jack..nville and "lnrnuull.Cincinnati. I
their is 1 laid for JlII"k..mvlllo. t !
rI , sins n wry poor absorbent. up . Two Elegant Trains Dally . matt No.III..pl..1C 13-1'\\lIman aro.Drnwing loons Alrern+la fsrExeellenE

I tf time of need. They are between Jackao..lll. Blrndngllnu 11vKannas I.hlO
Dlnlolr Car Service City and Colorado' Spring.
tJ Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.
t I WORLD'S WHEAT. ,
happy because they are
1 -
ARRIVALS AT JACKSON* ILLK.
E.ttmatea the Two Great !!baron.t .
fci ou
s I' 01 Rrrad Sopply. comfortable. The fat sur MODERN PULLMAN EQUIPMENT. From New York, WashliiKton etc No.SO, "WaHblnprton and Florida LI In It 1':I". 'Wan
)
From New York, Wellington, etc-No.33. WaRhington and I Florida Expre.s' 4)pnmi
$ i I The world's. wheat crop of 10O3 Is rounds their little nerves ONLY LINE Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans. From' Cincinnati Aehevllleetc-No: 20\ "Washington and Florida' Limited". . ,

; a estimated by tho Hungarian ministry From Chicago Cincinnati Atlanta etc.-No. 14, "Florida Limited".... .. . 411G7.
tI ,t of agriculture at S.ISU.OOO.OOO bushels and cushions them. When
For full Information and sleeper reservations call on Agent
I of sixty pounds against 3,182.000,000 any J. 2aITaFi Dist. Pass. Agt.,
I r such bushels last year. Iteerbohra's they are scrawny those Seaboard, or write Fla.
West
108
_
I' ) Bay St., Jacksonville'
{ ; Evening Corn Trade List puts thisyear's nerves are hurt at A. O. MACDOXELL, Asit.' Oen. Pass Agt. S. C. BOYLSTON,1'aes. Agt.
wheat.erop at 3.223.GOO.OOO! ( bushels every IJ '
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 8. H. HA RDWICK, 1.'. T. Washington.. D. C. f-IW. II.T A YL(). 0.1'. A. 'a.hlnart"
of pounds against a.inttIOO.-:
{ sixty ungentle touch. The BROOKS ;MORGAN A. G. P. A" Atlanta. Ga.
000 ouch bushels In 3 IK).I. Itotti 'MU<< .
-- -
I I l mutes make the crop of 1DO5! :: the larger delight in Scott's Emu} 60 YEARS' .

..1 the excl'1lsln 1U favor amounting however EXPERIENCE

))1 to less than cue-fourth of 1 per sion. It is as sweet as F1ILE'SHONEYANDTAR t

4 cent according to the Hungiirlau/: estimate
( e
i and 2.1 per cent according: to wholesome to them.

t 41 t t i j jI the figures given by Hoorbohiu. Visiting Cards and InvitationsPRINTED

{ I ; I Tbo lluutfiirlau eatluiiUo for rye U Sand for />.. sample.
1. 9.000.0U) bushels. of llfty-slx iiounda'

1 against' 1.8:>1.000.000 such bushels! last TRADC MARKS
ila jl Be
lure thatthli plctur In Prevents Serious Results DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS
nt t t year. The decrease, which exceed! : 13 th.formofalabellsonth.) Ac.Anvnn .

yl ; ', I ,'' per cent Is attributed chiefly to the .wrapper of very bottle of From a Cold. !, .M lHn rt'
14, large deficiency in the liusalau crop of Emulsion you buy. Inventlnn ,I. pnthwbly .....nt.1... Communlriw

1 tills grain. Unimportant as U l the place Remember the name sent lIon..trtotlnd.lnlt..l.tre.. IHilmt for HANDBOOK.4Nnannff cin yat.nt.Hiu.nu. AT-
i rti' Scott BownaCftfmlttt P.t.nu tak.n ;through: Mann A Co rely.r.eWatk. .
i ) that rye occupies among the cereala & I Fol., Homy and Tar. Insist ., without cltn... In the
j1''t } cultivated In the United State, it In ft
upon having the genuine. Scientific JImcrican.
by no mean unimportant as a part of
tlI 400..s P..r< Jfrga ; Thr. .1.( .. ..0. .Oo, al.OO .
... ...
.
omel llniitn
..l F tie world's bread supply' nor Is It: l A h nd t' 1 t JI(... ror Prepared only by uf any ."'t nlldo '....ru.L Ttfrtna, $3 a1UNN&

t J) ''s'g 't.mI, for without the exportable effect on the wheat price surplus obtainable of the 50fl and.! Jl t 1.00 Foley' O mpany. Ohk co.He r v B'Sold tlr.y, N wyri:, THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICEal'd

q + ') ; I CaltvU, StAte.. All Dnif(lit*
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COAST ADVOCATE DECEMBER 8. 1905. ________________________________________________

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' JACKSONVILLE.! BRUTALITIES! AT ODESSA TE.NN ESSEE'S ROAD TAX.How rraE: 7T1cL'cT I


It An>.' the_ ( oat ..f llnllillaKPitblla
WESTMORELAND HOTEL West liny and Cedar Streets. lIlKhlTiirii.

I JACKSONVILLE: FLA. Eyewitness Tells of Massacreof Colonel J. It. Klllobrow\ gives somoflgnren

Jews by Russians.:: In tlio 1I"'bYlllonwrlcnll' on
American plan. Centrally located. Just bnllt aol opened the cost of public highways: that are

,i this season Fine cooking anl /good table. Hot and CoM Water THESE DAYS AT MEKOY OF MOBS full road of tax Interwt.for tlio several He shown counties that of the the SELFLOCKINGT

Baths, Elevatgr etc. Flvo minuted from any wbatf or depot. All state rouges from 5 to 10 cents per

Trrl.. II.-.....a of ('itrnna Thml l'',,llotv $UH of """('''Sl'.I mine, or. to specifynccnratcly
I. 'oot oars pima the door. Kates.v: to $2.50 per day..r have t\1'0
..l SI. Proclamation ..tf theCanr'M Iwo counties n

\. A. J. WALKER, Proprietor. runt of u "o..lltutl.-.u. cent niti"! four comities an eight cent
comities a ten cent rate,
elly of the lIoolluuiiK "ii.l I'olU-e rate sixty-two
.. II I Ut'te"1'otmth.1t n twelve cent rate CELEELOCK
Vai uniieukI,1e.
The New Travelers Hotel, JAUKsOXVILLK, FLA.On Solomon llroUsky, Jevflsh wutcUmnker two counties comities a fifteen a fourteen cent cent rate rate ami, two liveronutlenn

the Ameilcnn: (und European Plan. of Odenmi"' who recently arrived sixteen cent rate. The gi'untl

Under new mn..iitem"nt. Now! furnNliod-ind 1'01111\1.,1.i .\ pleasant. lu London from that town gave a Loudon. totnl. of tax fjr these ninety-six c nm-

family homo. HalulI: American Plan, :*:J I'D' arid $2 SO; Eniiip'>kii, :)0ct8) !Telegraph repreuentutlve. I I graphictitscript tics l.s $:W4jH2.f\) -

and UI). All cars form Union :StatIon stop ut. the door. l Km of the! terrible HI-OUCH of The number\ of men subject' to road : :

II. \V. HANCOCK, I'roprlotor. bloodshed wh'.cli occurred' tliort u fewduys tax IB 217.311: who are employed from .

The beautifully \located ICiverolila Hotel nt (II OCII Cove Sjnln :M. (U under the njfo. Mr. ItrodsUy\ l.s u piMinln.ntmember I live to eight days (,lIdl' 'l'Ilr. Tho total

aamo ml'OllJlI'meut. of the revolutionary: piirtj' lu amount expended fur labor, on highways
....... .
--- Oilessii'. iiuil It MIS h'IIII"t! lit took 1.4 :$!):'11..o4.s.libot': : being commuted -

prominent part III the defense of I'ls ut 7."i; cents per ..Ih'lI1'ho total I
New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. coreligionist/ 111111 thereby IHV.IIIIU 1)llllllkt'it amount expended In J11ol1(')' II nil labor ,
10 K.iKt Foraytb Sltoel.
mail that ho lied from tlie loviV Is, $1.11813.14.From: : .

Center of City ; cool, airy borne; IlrKt-clx In all appulutment The hcst III fear of his life, being (>1'o'ltllI'lth, tliexc llgures' i'olouel Klllebrew lot n now and groat Invention\ IIH It ItIU.'II time, mom-y anil labor It will
funds b)' the revolutionary )party to estlmalcK. hut/ siiHlclent money 114 expended
$2 to $2..;iO Amoilcan plan liouso In the city. Open all tIe, your. European enable him to go to London to a.snlstlu ( \ ouch year to pay the Interest nt work horizontally npMldn) ilown or ut nny ul1l>:le. It.. Is Impossible, . for tile ropeto

plan, *1 per day, one \poison Free bus from trains and steamships, Near I'III"IIIflllld" for tho revolutionary 4 per (-('lJt on bonds tJ raise enough! slip when locked, end no lovrr "'1' til liger.; rope nitacliinont I In used In this de.

all car lines. Special weekly rates. C. 13. SMITH, Prop. movement.Mr. money to build' from four to six mac vice. Thoto I U only ono l41 pi'' to liuUi l" llrodsky attributed (tie iommencemeiit 1I.111nl roads for each county Bent to (the'
ot I the attack; upon) the outer boundaries of the county nnd for tIle ropo to Jam or rlmfe, und I llmro IH nmlilnR I \ to got;: out of ordsrin

OLD AnItBgZI::. GOOI)AL1., "I.\ Jews to the i.-tHuo of a proclumutloii% Inspired have enough left to create u sinking tlils'oilKliial tnoklo block.

I by the (police asserting/ Mint ,IcvIsh fund to retire tho bonds. In thirty year May bo seen ut Anvoo.vrK "11\\",-. Tltusvlllc, ; 01' K. (>. Painter & Co., and S.
\ revolutionaries wf'I'ellottllllt\ to general state law
lie recommends a
13. Hubl>nult':>tCo.., JacliHonvllie: ,
take the llfo of the c/.iir. At (lu* tlmo to permit counties' to Issue bond for

The Seaside Inn DAYTON I1EACII, FLA. Ibo l'I'nl'llllllntlulII'll" IsHiiod great highway building without special leg-

nioliM of loynllMt hoollg.ius: VIC parading lalatlve 1I1\.t I1WIlt.

: the Htreets. rejoicing over till' tZIl t'4 __.____ __ _ ___
Is now open for the winter nensoii, under the inaaticcnient: of the owner, manifesto (promising a coti.itllntlonThe n

IIOKACK F. MTEWAUT. Iltmlxome and uew, Hltiintod on Dllyt""a hooligans. at once rained tho cry -
Beach I the hotel Is modern In allIs I appoint rnent.., with large airy pleasant "
att.ick
wllli Ibo Jews on
rooms overlooking the ocean anti oppottite Kcating's CIIHIIIO and, 1'lor. of "Down
The Burf battling Is unexcelled. Terms moderate. the Jewish quartern [Ugh II. 11I111 for
three thiys' tIle uliolc[ clt.vn. !gUenup You (
HORACE F. :STKWAKT. Owner and :.Manatjor.TITUSVILMT. ought
l to :scenes of Indescribable[ Imrrur.
_
d h H.m "Ellrl)' Wednesday. )' morning (Oct. i-; ; to know what

:U:(1)!)." contluueil M. Urodsky "I WHSawakened -
- ----- paint goes on
In the
by n tL''llele11'1"0111'! inTuIssHowi

street. Aru.ing myself, with a revolver house if
THE ALPINE COTTAGE your you
TITUdVILLK: FLORIDA.i
I went out ami found a went mol of

Now opened. Everything<; : at this bonrdlnff-liouao, U now und np-to-date, hooligans nnd disguised policemen rxpect it to last.
culsino anti service llrst-class with loiisonahlo rates. GuI nml polite at urmeil with! swords nnd 1 revolver. attacking
tentlon. MJIS. KATK: 1\YIUt-l: Manageress. a houso whort several families Depend on

F. A. LOSLEY AHsintant. of Jews resided their object being
murder nUll robbery. Tho Jews triedto THE FRONT

defend theniHelveH, but they were v LucasPaints OF THE '
PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILIwE, FLA.Firstclass .
80011 overpowered, mid nearly every :
WALTON
Board at Reasonable! Rates. Restaurant nml, lietnll Grocery lu person In the houso win killed or x THESE ARE OUR

connection. M 11-1.: M. L J PEACOCK I Prop. wounded und tlio [110(0 pillaged.\!\ r. PAT. BLOCK i PATENT LONG- :

"Then 1 body of the Social Duiuuerutle -
(ti (Tinted< Clots) ROLLER BEARING ; 1c
league came upon tutu Hectic and,
nOCJLI.J.a. -
culled upon\ the people\ to bring out as F They arc: made to ( ; SHEAVES.
many arum us poislblo. to light; the police I

nnd hool.gims. Uoturnlng t > lily la<';t. Their looks are "5.__ \,,'
Hotel Indian River UOCKLEDOK, house I brought out two largt(111g.. .

FLORIDA.UKNOVATKD \ goes, ono of which I gave to imodifi made to last. Expect

keeping Iho other myself.. Adesperate "
person r: them to hold color
Unlit then look-place1, und I
ENTnmr.Y : ( and MODEU.V T II ItOlTfl ITO!rr.
wna In the thick of It:, revolvers .In//{- and not crack anti ;

Kern ntH) sticks lieltifc freely iiHed. lenr--
It is situated. In an Orange ( rove, and In the I hi nit of the gnnlen spot of Florida.A lug a cry fur help) [ turned round and, :peel. They'll not

sub-tropical lon on tho bank of the famous Indi.ui, River. saw a younu girl of nbout' fourteen or
fifteen bolnj struck\ on the head by a disappoint you.

hooligan with u huge stick. This got h Ask your

CUISINE :SAME AS AT EL11EKON JIOTKL KLI1ERON: N. J. III)' blood up nnd iilinlnn my revol s'er
at t the man I shot him lend. :My not dealer. I

witnessed by I tho police. Several: IOOO.LBS.
was
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Orchestra
floating, Hunting, Fishing Etc
Lucas Co
John &
of them mndu rush for nod
nnu'
n me
Koonis with wlthing\ baths. R.itus: *;301)) )! to $:I.IHI.( ) r
of them tried to fell me with n 1'1 fl.'. I PhiladelphiaHold

with the police lu hot
ran away )pursuit
Also [ ELBEKOV:
Manager HOTEL
J. V. JORDAN Mgr hut after the had clinked, -
Elberon, New Vork } ( 1110 by tin./* I'rltcliiml .V Hon. -
through,: two or t\reo! streets' I runniigcd -
THiisvlllo. Flu.
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to cuter a hoimo umiotli'fd, Iiy
M LI4IiOUItNL. them nnd hid there for two hours' As
A Itllll'nUn" for Tux l )cc noon an I ventured nut however I win

MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. arrested( but number of revolutionaries Walton-Vinton Patent Roller Bushed'Sheaves
New Hotel Carleton
Urevard County attacked the police imil, net till I'lliler 14.", 8 fir Clllip. 4HMM, r.HW. nf Fliirlilil.TOTKK .

"nlgbl'Rt awl Healthiest Point on the INDIAN RIVKR.: Hotel free."Scones. IS! IIEItKltY: lIVEN orHATVir....
) I II.I K. 1'Htrhntc I nlul' It. K.;
IN Muni rrlrrlintt.
with wide vernmlas. :Sanitary: plumbing, gaa-llght, bath rooms on similar to that In which I l'rl'"tlt.o"ml..I""lh". ft rIo nf 1''I\chltt& .
every floor, and private baths, furnace heat nnd /good drinking water. took part were enacted lu ve>rjpnrt of' HrntliiTH, puri'luuH'r' : < r Tnx t'nrl I 1115(0; '.:Il. 11", - - -
Two blocks from Railroad station, and near Crane Creek launch the city. It wnn an I though I tltoiiHaii'lH! ilntttit ill,,:aril, Uv of.,illy.; A. U. Isle, him ItlmlinililrHrtilli '
olllcn, nml him, niuilii "'iitlim -
'nia In my uiill| |
harbor. Excellent Fishing< and Hunting RatesJ: per day and np. of wild beasts had been let IOOHC. The fur tax ilfixl u" IHBIHI I In ui'r>irilunr" withInw. !
J. M. FEROUHOX.: authorities made maintain Hulil ,- rllHrui,< iiil>raniH the tollovliiKil I I
no attempt to
.___.__n__ _. __ _ ____ n __ n____ _____. order. It -was nlmolutoly. iinuiru-liy.; Kl'irliln".,:rly kltimieil' Univard. county,

DII.T\HHU, N. c. and the Jews wero lu a state of fearful - I K''",''Ii-u.t. 1 4 of KniithcHut, ..I......!Pccthm I, Townuhlnlil e
I fK'iitlii' "r miinu )4 t;
terror, fully expecting) to ho completely I Thu Nil l..il at tho ilutn. nftlmIMHII .
annihilated., The ,inrn. fif ,,,,'h rirtllli-nto In II... nHtno nt.
m-mon on .1..11.I 'I'iiln... I I1u.uli>.. ,xultl rurUllrnto "hull. / I IPI. > rniliiitnmil -
Kenilworth Inn HILTMORE N. C. Thursday were, If poflxlble, even warm, Hciconllntr, to lw tMX uuil( will u I I Itwiietliirmin .
tlio K roil test I blorxlHhed occurring III two on tlie lit .Iay l of.'"lIlIur, ,, A l>. livil.WiiMfHM .
.NKAK!: IIKVII.I.K.! my fitllrliil Mlifiiiititre anil, ff seal l Ihlit the
street, :Moldavnnka and l'I'l urn rhell' I lot Unv or l 1"wlUhur. A. l>. lH! >n.
To describe the hnrrlhlo ((.t.I.I.II'.1. A.A.HTKWART:
sknyu.
OPEN THROUGHOUT THE YEAR. v .111111h-1 Clerk. t'lronlt (',,,art or llr..vnril I ,iiiintjr, Klurliln.tnnt .
ter which took (lhU'o hern In IIy U. A. nrKwAur, )II. <;.

possible. Undies of the dead nnd
EDUAR U. MOORE, Proprietor. lay Oil tho ground literally In hundreds AI'III'ullu".l'or Tiix: Deed.tlmliir .

und the gutters ran a lilt in tll'PflllI I blood,
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3fK\V YORK. the Hounds of the tiring the floret ",,('CI"" It of C'huptcr 4ntlH,Ii... of VI.url.Iyu.rrluEI.hnrniy ...
shouts of-the, 'fighters and the gronim of : iilvnii that Wllllnin 1-rlteli'
tho wounded<< making It II perfect pandemonium. [\ .etc II K.; ITltflmtC 1O..t Fathers HIIW their nnni nmlduugliters I' nf: tux riiriillntta I .. Nn 1 1, iliunil lie Httt
Hotel Marlborough killed b"fortllPlr eye*. and ilny (.r .1,ii".. A. II.. mail:I. linn II 1.111 until. rcrtMli'amIn
their I my i fllro, unil ,him miuln npplli-ntliin' for lay
Mona saw mother rullillesalyylatighitu'reul ili-..i| to .ImiiiHln iMMKir'tnncH with luw. Hnlil .'....- ___ _. __ n __
by tlm hooligan mob. \Vhnt tilli'ntii iwiliri'Mn, the rollowlng ,11'1'11..1.-
131'oall..ny. 30th) and :i"th Streets New York. wonder that everybody lout IllS humanity erie. '....1..11" lrivnnl ronntv, YI..rid'l, to-wlt:
North w'nt '.4..r HoillhHiioI %. mill .Sorthennt'A
Completely Renovated and transformed In every depAitoient. Most centrally nml fought,: like u wild bi'iist' I., Hnulliwu.l >4niirlliiii, 6,Ti>wn.hl.>JIHnilth", These long Holler Iteming hl. !;ivri, which niu lookul iijon) nn the greates

located hotel on 11road..ay. ELECTRIC LKHITS:: and TELEPHONE "The cruelty of the hooligans StIll the iuiiuujl Tim Mtlil.K Iwml...,. t..lntl mininoinil at II,.. ilnte of tho. antifriction roller heating In I lie worlii, are without\ cnjits to hold the roll-

io every room In the house. police was un p >akabl >. I inyHolf, saw' .NHiiaiuiM of..iifli, r rtlhrHtH In the rmnif of. .., >I.Kru" l. In place and therefore are far" more durable and run with far lens friction that
EUROPEAN PLAN. JOO) Rooms. 200 bath rooms. Rates: $1.50) and I upward the ,.... UntifH HKliI' rertltlcata iiliall be rn-
u policeman stump Hiivngcly on 'InruueI iMU'irrillnir, to Inw. tjx il.....t will IHHUAtlinrnon the olil-dtylo edge. Tho sheave castings are nindo solid! standing double the
without bath. $j and upward with bath. Parlor, bedroom and bath $3 face of an old wormm who wn lylnij\ fin I llm I lit hey nt.1.,.......Y. A. I'. IIVH.WltnriNM train of Iho. skeleton Iron sheave.,
and upward. Parlor two bedrooms and I bath $ > and upward.< on the ground badly wounded nnd anwothers my, u,1th1.uI l ulixnatiirii. .ni| n",ul tliU tlm
HOTEL COMPANY: liSt ilar of Imrfunlxr, A. I'., 111115.! >
SsWEENEY-TIEKNEY who were wound il 'flnlstitil oT (iieslOfl.V1.:) A. A. HTKWAKT,
E. M. TIERNEY, Manager.1'IIONK by the police with the butt t-ml, of rifles. rlnrk clrmilt 'Kiiirt.lt .
______ _.__ _ _ ____ _n _ __ ___ _ _ _ _ The bodies of borso mixed : Hy (I. A. Btuwart, ."'IJlIt| )' clerk
clogs
fill luy THOUSANDS OF THEM: WEI.LINO IN TI1K NEW ENGLAND STATES.
up Indiscriminately with tin bodies
.A.r\J"nJ"E:: : ]Wfl: crI.: i-i::EE.: of men nml women fn nnmoroim wer Application tor'I'il'c Ieel. --For all kinds of buslocsucs' where a 'fa klu Block In tst'-<
31S, KMTAIH.I9llhl> 1HSHAVIIISKIKf the victims- -It wns linp'wslhlo h count .

WINKS them. for there were tlioimnnils.-thnt t'mlnr Kretliin" of rhaplor $"*,l.aw8 of Yhorl'laTrruE
GINS AND IJICANIHKH.
the police could hot curt tli"''!! ll'.vny : In bsr.t'yIvu'n that William ITIlili-
quick enoinch. and during tho night i\. .tt. II. K. riltclmU. It. to:. ITIlclmtt aii'l A,
Express Lernp'a Beer.PalnttlT u Prink, mi-wt'nor* rmiiprliiliiK. tlw firm TIIK
Prepaid.
\ Per Hon.H dogs nml cats and rut acffally rl'ol l of KM I iMM>t Tuirietine, t f'uinl'uny, |pnwh.ser
Full Quart measure 4 qu 6 Qts I2 Jtn HeorKxtra . . . . . . aa up-in the corpse' The loiilwpn I .>f T :OrtlHi'i >O. V*', ulitiel tl>. lieu luy I of Walton Self-Locking Block Co
Hunting (hub . . .. : "'"1.. . .. . . .. 1.11 Jnne A II l'l.J. him fllml ml'l .II1t".n .I" myl.lllrn
Nolxiu Rye .... ...ft M tt en ft O) !Siamlanl .. .. . . . . . . . 1'10 taken away In thirties and forties! In I mil im vna.ue sJ.liCMtl.ir* for lee llm County Rye .2 tIP) 4 19 1 Bo :
Mono rramR)... . .. .. . . .. . ...3 an 400 S us' )."It..atradark. .. ... .. . .... 1 10lMlfla'II dust cnrt. nml there wan no uttfmj "im In irrorilunr with litSuslul curtldi-at
) .... .. .. (''nliiirwr in>,N.ree.l. . . .. ... ..... 3 on fulliwlnir ilnprrileI iiroimrtj
!<<>.'lal I>rop+4"...Rye. . . ... ...37ft 4 ,HI a S/IIII.I"O/no :9 flo Ili,.. Ale. .lnt. . .. .... .. . .... .. .. .3 nt propfr burial. They were nil throwntogether ':: J.i"lh"r: ,, nl rountr. rlorl-U.: lowltiHonthfiiiii 401 Allantlo Avenue - BONTON: MASS.
Man \\hUli.T .... ... . 3 73 800If/ ) Uulnm Stout, pint. .. :3 Iifl Into bago-holeM, lrr<*xp<
r Apple wh Hran.ly.Hramly .. . . .... . . ..3 318 lit 5 ml oo 9 a mi MA Bulk Goods, Jugs Free-Not : nnd covew.I over with lime/ l\a"I.1T'llm ulil Vi-Innd I. Iwl nil "iwiMxl .t the flat.. i.f tlm - -

H .lIan4In .: : '. ::: ..:. '.. . a MO 4 29 7M Prepaid. "I became as one Insjne with the horlble --- Jeeuaan-e of Mich, itfrtllti'iil I" the naiiio of C. U.Moyjitjiw. ..
'leneva Oln, . . . art 8'.' 9 /go I . Corn. OncxI Ortilo.4.iM ,scr> <- which I witnessed. I'nlcpii lahl fwrtlfifmtM nhail be rilrtnni >
.1.nO..r (> --Rjra, Oln. n 11 on evr-rv >il >rc..ril"nir t,, If.W tea l will l..utliorconnn .
NnflbCaroIlnaCoro..2 Mountain: Corn . .. ... . .3 (111 7ft 4 ft 00 nn If Too IM> ( > i..r.Ovl.-K).., Uln, Corn: Rum. VIes hand, soul during Thursday evpiiti'T! the IIUnlaTiif I !.<-<"......",,A. I). I' '.VWltintHi JOB PRINTING

.lanial.Metlfnrtl: Rn Kum, ...."...'." . ...... .:.1 3 "71g 4:11I 8..1: T" y.j nift -i.1 l thl thlOth < .
jJ rai;" Hnnriy tha money. pilU-cniPn: who were n-HlNtinir :i (Ito'"| Cnnrt., A. A. HTKWAItT.Clerk .
onIf/ )
71 ,
: V.1.IMI per u.-J'41" Rr]* Trcb anil Apple Hmvnnl nmntr. rinrliln.My . .
Klnynr KensuclfiojN.. . t ft nn 9 II') limit Court
.3 HraiKlr. Mellowed \'i. baud of hoollgun: ! wli vrvnlit Ir'.1.1.
I. A.It'CIW; AII'C. U. C.
Port,Sherry or Angelica. ". .. ..aw: 8 '5 7 80AMnrtment .4.oo p..r. ( .>.-Vlrtorl' 17O. Boclal UronfKyv. a number of atudrnts. I again lost l.: l-5 )
allowed on all goods of earn price. MeUlclnal' goallty.
head and killed one of theism: by ittnhblng WA1\TJoO-IIY: chICAGo:: U"IUFAC.Tt't-: Executed at the office of the

1 4O.lUo8Vettt A laniH St. JnckNorivllle Fla.. him In the eye with my tluofjtt XI1! IIOI'MK, rfimon of trnitwfirthlnr. ant
..>,,,what familiar wIth leN'al t. rrm.ry an as.elatant ..
Again I 'll"118obUKI'd to flee Into Iildlug. ] In branch ofh... Halnry fu ...1.1.week.
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and the next I I Inow 'ly. fermanenK .....IU..". No lnv day knowing that
JF RIUOs. irn* .>.1iilr il.. Pride .zprrlenra. not .....nUal tosngsgln.
1 SIlONEYAM TAR fOlEYSIIOIDYMDT n marked man. I took t''<> ,ixblr-w 1 .. ..'IIr., .... EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING} OFFICE.oAST

.. '-u4g.: aAW healelaD"e c..... Gei4U Pr.vc..t. .uIDODIa of the revolutionary leaden mid flwl." Miuiaictr Bntncbai, Com lilock tlilcagn. .










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'' ............ ._.-.-.-.'.................... ............ EASTERN'STAR MEETING.. ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. PE1 TN'EY:: & :SE..At-rNJt'T"ci': :: ::
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We have been dealers in dla. Friendship Chapter-No. 11, Order Albert Bennett, owner and proprietor THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS

DIAMONDS I !.. !! monds and other precious stones i Eastern Star, held their usual bl month ] of the Bennett house, Daytona, ,

: ly meeting, Tuesday evening In their paid TItusville a visit last Friday. MEN'S AND BOYS' '
| since the establishment of ourt:: FURNISHER
I :>************#H********** Chapter-room, Masonic Temple, Titus' -The Indian River Bank and Messrs\ ,

: business in 18' 8, und direct importers for more than 20 years. ::tt ville. It was the night for payment of Penney A Brannlng, of TItusville, have
dues and the election of officers for the i Titusville; : F1Cu.1cIQ
p this oiflce.Mrs. .
calendars Into
I'' :t EE We save you the middleman's profit== : ensuing year, but the attendance was sent pretty -' -- SCIl LOSS BROS'Readymade "
not so large as It should have been although II. E. Oxner returned to her __

{ ?tl It was an enthuslaiitio meeting. home In TItusville, on Sunday ]I\st. after JI'J'7l r Clothing for "
C/l yL' -KK An ADVOCATK reporter was present a few weeks pleasantly spent In Jessup I Boys,,
rt! frb $l WKITK ron ounCATALOOl'K. j
t ,I KK at the election, and noted that the ladles and Atlanta, Ga. $1O to $1 8.

1 :: JKWF.I.l.IES; IltiroIlTKItg, ::t KK acted with decorum and voted with owned by :Sir. II. B. -
t The boon the following -The Elenor, j I k KNOT, STETSON and II.\\\1 i ,
$ 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. !1L. __ -I : spirit. election over, Mace, of the firm of J. It. Walker & Co., I ,
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were found to be the ones electedto I/ ;t Hats
***************************************************** fill( the following positions for the ensuing Tltusvllle, left yesterday for New Smyrna ,; :
and fishing expedition. r 4
on a
Daytona,
a -.......-- -- - --- year: $1.5O to $5,

t s ( i { XL. :UVIOTXMlsO'W: ,. BREVARD COUNTY COMMIS Mrs. Oeo. M.\ Robbins, W, Matron -Take note of the new ad. of William
J. Jl. Walker, Worthy Patron. Ileyser, commission merchant, Baltimore r4 + tf SCIIWA3 CLOTHING (
SIONERS.
Miss Kate Stewart, Conductress. Md., on our 4th page. This is
--- -- Miss Catherine Same, Asno. Conduct. house.If Fine Ready-made
said l to be an old and very reliable Clothing
Tile Board of County Commissioner) Miss Xandie Stewart, Treasurer '
1 DUZ met on this Hit day of December, 11)05, Mrs. J';. B. Wilson, Secretary. you have any houses or rooms to r vt $1.60 to. $10 All SveEDWIJf -"

( '1':;. at 2:00: ) p. m. Piosent: li. A. Conkling, The Installation of officers and nomination rent, send us your ad. at once, as we are : ,ik o

chairman;W. R. Walker, J. R. boot, J. F of minor officers will take placeon ,getting a number of letters from :North. ?(" =7 I al CL APP and CK( .--M..I i I
OLD Rll.t Tuesday Dec 10th, when a full at- '
I riy{ OLD' Wooten and T. J. Cockshutt, with A. A... ern people, asking for particulars of /
sheriff,. tendance of members ij I requested Louses and rooms along the East Coast. Shoes
# r ,rt ( RYE WHISKS Stewart, clerk, and J. P. Brown,
t ,t.Ui Minutes of last meeting were read and -The old Norton store building is being $3 to $6.5O,
ROYAL ARCH MASONS.
approved. fitted up an a packing house for f { -

rt It IH moved and seconded that John Quite a number of Masonic brethren oranges and vegetables, and will be managed t l ';, MANHATTAN and QUAKKK;I < I I ,

f j.t 1 ''r", I' I Powers be appointed Cattle and Beef from Daytona, Cocoa and other places by a Mr. Klippenger, who has purr Shirts
; Inspector for Olst. No. .1, at Cocoa. chased the on four groves near ,
ol'angea
t 't.. u '1 Ji' appeared on the streets of Tltusvllle on Cii: (ins U ns.&C3.f'r .
'f (J': Motion carried.It TItusville.Mr. loth, r Matirra
t ll' ; Wednesday It being the occasion of SOFT:\ and STIFF KKoMs
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,,. "'... _," Is moved and seconded that John to $2.OO.
$1.26
Inaugurating .a Chapter In Titusville. and Mrs. S. B. Itathbun and -
, Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, I C. Simmons be appointed Cattle and Work commenced early In the afternoon, daughter, Grace, prominent residents of At all times a complete stock of every- -
) Ales Stout Etc. Beet loswoctor for Dist. No. 3, at Eau thing that MEN AND BOYS WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY I
,, .I and continued until midnight. Several Hammondsport, N. Y., and Tltusvllle,
fP"Sendmeyour orders 1 1TITUSVILLE Gal. lie. candidates were Initiated and bad n delightful Fla., arrived here on Wednesday, and All goods marked In plain figures Shoes f for Ladies i
and COCOA FLORIDA. The Treasurer's report was received, Strictly One Price to All.
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; time tussellng with the Royal are comfortably domiciled for the winterIn I
chocked up, and Messrs.\ T. J. Cock. to $3.60. ,
$2.5O
Arch goat. their cozy home on Hopkins stieet. Mall] oiders a specialty
shut and W.R. Walker were appointed a
t Robbins & Graham Co committee to destroy the paid warrants The following were elected officers of -From the time the curtain rises in WE SELL THE BEST TIIAT MONEY CAN BUY,
the Tltusvllle
Chapter:
, ,. turned the Treasurer the first act, until the final last act, .
l7s s ; ,, over by County M. S. SamH, Excellent High Priest. ---- --- -- - - - -- -- - -
; there are just 150 moments la that 150;
with his reported that ;
Incorporated) report. They J. R. Walker King.
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(1 : r ff? JPAID UI' CAPITAL *25,000.00 they bad performed their duty and were R. N. Andrews, Scribe.F. moments there are 300 laughs. See:: "A ++....++.........*.....*.*.+....+....++...+...+...+NM

discharged. The Treasurer had attachedto A. Morgan, Secretary. Breezy Time" at the Opera house, Titusvllle F. A. MOKOAN, 1'roprlotor. II. U WAPOII KoptlKtenvI,, I l Dr :
II This company owns It. R. Wilson, Treasurer. o'clock. .
his certificate showing that this Friday evening at 8 .
report a .
Ueo. E. Pritchett Arch
Royal Captain.
I UE- -A. LET:: 3D S, the amount his report called for was on T. H. Sanders, Capt. of Host -!Mr. and Mia. C. C. Henderson and : i

j a the Indian River Country; On the St.t'i deposit In tbe Indian River State Bank Louis Alexander, Principal Sojourner family, arrived in TItusville, !Sunday: ,

t'i y Lucie River; at New River and on Bay; to Ills credit as county trensmer. J.O..A.N. Waller Stewart, ,Master Master of of Second First V.V from Miufreesborough, Tenn., and are RED PHARMACY I j!
ordered that of
; 1 i On motion\ Is f.'OO .K. M. Taylor, Master of Third V. now occupying the Bianning residence,
!s..' i, : Biscayne. Prices to suit the times. fund Plat. No. 2 be ,
tho special road J. D. Ennis, Sentinel.A corner of Main and Palm streets Mr. .
Send for Land List. transferred from road Dlst. No. 2 to road and Mrs. Branding will soon (leave for .. ee

% Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla. Diet No. -t I, the same being the amount PLEASANT PARTY. Palm Beach ..
due from special rod: Dlst. No. to road TITUSVILLE FLORIDA i
a The houseboat Jack formerly i ,
Capt.
Pint. No.4. Major and Mrs. Walter Austin, of
East Coast Meat Market The Clerk presented Ills pay rolls for London, England; Captain and Mrs. J. ] known as the Rose Marie, returned to :: -A Complete Stock of-

witnesses paid at adjourned August term O. Walton and Mr. Claude C. Walton, of Tltusvllle, Wednesday, from a duck

O. 1 K. DUREN, Agent. of County Court amounting to $25.10; Back Bay, Boston, and Florida, had tbe shooting cruise. On board were Senator i' PURE DRUGS AND DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES. i

and the same were approved by the Hoard pleasure of being invited by Dr. andMrs. Wm. J. Lalioche'{ and Messrs. T. Nel- 11'
s:: The Clerk presented his pay rolls for on, Jr., and F. C.'Fauss, of New York, jfjgT-PreBCilptrons Filled with the
c::> [ C. 11[. Carpenter of Back Bay, Boston :
::::3. witnesses paid at November term of who( left for home to spend Christmas, '"
to spend the day at their Club on : Utmost Care and Promptitude _:'
ac but will\ return to TItusville later. The
!; County Court amounting to $72 50, and
ryt' Thanksgiving. A very enjoyable] day
-::> I the game were approved. was spent, ,' canoeing and fishing on the above l'luty-wbo gave the ADVOCATE WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER i ii
= Bond of J. C. Meudel to carry Winchester beautiful lake. office pleasant call-stld they had

repeating rttlaNo./ 269089) ,) Cal. 32 Among the jovial members of the Club] bad fairly good sport after duck; but, as

wall approved. who helped to give the above party" iportsmen, strongly condemned the f Toys Novelties Souvenirs Etc j

Fy1 t Bond of E E. Baas to carry a pistol pleasant time were : Dr. and Mrs. Car. hooting, at ducks on Indian River beFore ,
the 15th; of November at
-= .- was received. On motion( the Board refused penter, Miss Rounds and Messrs. Morse, shooting

C'CA =- to grant the permit. Upham, Dodd, Priest, Beard and King- t tUom from ]launches, and shooting at j Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfnmciv; Brushes 4
Report of Justice of the Peace J. M. them on their sleeping or feeding places
,h TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.J. Sanders of lines collected during tbe man.The members of this delightful and it night. Senator LaRocho said that he Z Toilet Articles, Shoulder braces!, Fine Candies, and all other article kept*

month of October 1005) :;, was received. popular Club are looking forward to having hoped a bill would be Introduced and : by up-to-date( drug stores. J
of the Peace J. M. passed at the next Florida Legislature e
of Justices .
Report
L. MOBLEY a grand time fishing,: bunting, and :::V'Vove\ prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. ,
Sanders, C. T. !McBildoand. R. Uoescu under beautiful to remedy some of these existing evils, '
t TITUSVILLK, FLA. for November 1005; were received.On !. grapefruit picniclng and ooooanut tl\e trees. orange on the, and to stop the indiscriminate slaughter; +.............................................+... .

fl Contracts for all kinds of Painting Kal- motion tbe Board adjourned( until East Coast of Florida ere long. if ducks for shipment and profit. -- -

,}tl"" somlning, !Staining: Finishing and PaperHanging Duo C, 100.;;, at 8 a. m. .........................................
t ,fl, at the most reasonable price The Honorable Board of County Com DANCING IN TITUSVILLE. : ;
f couBistout with good workmanship missioners met on this 5th day of December CHURCH NOTICES.
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T'' Il All Work on the East Coast \1005; at 8 a. m. Present: R. Cocoa.-St. Marks chuicb. Morning Dancing In TItusville has again become :kL C.. D. :

A. Conldinx, chairman; W. K. Walker, prayer will be read by Mr. W. II. Cross- quite) popular, and the Wednesday night ..

j Especially !Solicited: J. H. Mlot, J. F. Wooten and T. J. on : lances are nearly always well! attended. .*. O. I.. Mandavillo: \ the Jeweler, Is ready for :

Y Lei me know what you want and get my Cockshutt, with A. A. Stewart clerk; mTitusville.St. Oabilei's church. Rev. Wednesday night's dance seemed to be a :f: ,,Business his new location. M Mf Mh
It. attention and J. P.Brown sheilfl. popular one, and the merry dancers .
a h d estimate on Prompt Millldge Walker ofllclatlng. Holy Com .
given to all work. of J. W. Carlile Cattle and 'tripped the light fantastic" until raidlight. *
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jr Report munion at 11 a. m. Evening prayer at ,.y ;
r Beef for cattle Dist No.5 during _
Inspector, 7:30: p. m.Choir '. I x
'" Stanley Kitching the month of Nov. 100":>, was received. rehearsal at St. Gabriel's church, braying and Hauling.All : Bales room i Repair Shop,Ottlual 1'arUn :

Tax collectors report of licenses collected TItusville Saturday evening at 7:30: MsonleIluilding./ .f i| Font nice BiillilhiR. K aE

1 -Dealer In- during: the month ending Nov. 30, o'clock. kinds of draytng and hauling : .

1 FISHING TACKLE, STATIONERY,CIGARS 100\> amounting( to (17(00 State, and Melbourne. Holy Trinity church promptly attended to, and Satisfaction *****************************************************
$107.00 fur the County was received. - - -
Morning at 10:30: a. 01. Rev. J. guaranteed.
Candles, Fancy China prayer
Tobacco, Pipes,
Tax Collectors report of pole taxes Jolly Titusville.Jilacktmilth .
KKTTL&S
vs,1 f 'The following and Temperance brands of cigars Drink delivered amounting to $$SJ: ,0)) for tho year 1005; AV. Walker. ZL.. ZBZESIDSr: cS& ZBIE20-: ,
E.ui Gallic. St. Johns church. Evening -
; at *:J.25; per box of T>0: collected dining the month ending Nov. and Repair Shop. -DEALERS IN-

? Uumboldt, Key Vest Smokers, Piemos, 30, 1005! ; wore received. I prayerat'7::JO p.m.W. GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS,
: Ciemo, Cabanas, I'ohalskl. Report of .fas. Piovatt Sup! of the F. Shoemaker will hold services In If you want new wagon, or an old ,
", I I'-' II Flinch Cards,50o.hand/ Made Palmetto poor farm was received.On I the LaGrange church, next Sunday, Dec. one repaired, write me.J. D.I ENNIS pay freightone We handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents for MAPES FERHLIZERSWe -
k Hats, 25o.:; way. deal exclusively In the above line of goods and solicit the trade of alonsum':
it is ordered that Supt. Jas.. A cordial invitation ,
motion
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FLORIDA 10th, at a. m. Tltusvlllo, Fla. ers. Write us for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station/
STUART -
Pievatt purchase: a stove to be placed. In I Is given everybody to attend. E. L. BRADY &; BRO. TITUSVILLE FLA.
t n Mrs. Lymans room at the Co. poor farm. I raying.. -

XX E. Vesey Hall, XXp Ou motion tho Board adjourned until CANAVERAL CLUB OPENED.
Draylng or hauling of all 1 Indg prompt. GrC:>:N"E::
i i Goorgiana' Fh,. I i 1 p. m. December 5: 1110;;. C
p The Board of County Commissioners Canaveral Club, at Chester Shoals, ly attended to. Meets all trains. Stove

h Bon: ; :J3--u.11 Lcr met on this 3th:; day of Doc., at 1 p. m. near TItus'vllle, of which Mr. J. G. Bait wood for sale at all times -Dealer In-

I Agent for New Superior Motor. A.I). 1005.) Present R. A. Conkling, Is superintendent, Is now open for the U. E. HOLTEW.: Tltusvllle. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT AND

r Mkt I llave 4 U. p. on hand;oall and see It. Chairman, W. K. Walker, J. F. Wooten, season. Among the first to arrive at the ,

f I Estimates and prices furnished on T. J, Cockshutt, with A. A. Stewart, Club were Colonel R. II. Morgan, Dr. C. PINEAPPLE TITUSVILLE PRODUCE- OF. ALL. .KINDS. FLORIDA

Mn: r Lj i application. Clerk, and J. P. Brown, Sheriff. O. Weld and Mr. F. II. Stone, of Boston, \ __c---
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lIoV.dand seconded and motion carried all crack shots Colonel Cbas. P. Horton -

that the Co. road known as front was always the first to arrive at tbe CRATES, .
Win. Walker
R.
BUSCH
""I THE ANHEUSER ,, : jr'river road,from north to south boundary Club-house, but he has been delayed

of Commissioners Dlst. No. 4 ba declared this season owing to Illness. We hope WRAPS -

Brewing Asso's.Famous I a first class road to be not )loss to see tbe Colonel In Titusvllle ere long. Staple as: ..d Fancy: Groceries: : ,
a han(: 20-ft wide, and tho road Supt. Is .
k'' ' St.Louie Keg and Hot hereby ordered to work said road to the DEATH OF MRS. ROLLINS.Dr. and Fruits: ar: ..d ""' 7 egata bias

1 tied nmr.Hoi full width of 20 ft. =" '.,
:: 'and :E"ee
I it by Ie".....F.A. Lo.'ofand' Moved, seconded and carried that all E. E. Rollins, of this place, received NAILS e3a.y", Graic.: : :

l R. L.)toth.w.Tltaev111e.Fla.I Irst clans toads In the county. be 20-ft the sad new of the death of hii -Your Patronage Sollclted-

rp 1 4 B )t r.R.I- Motlow,Cooo, Fla.y vide. sister-tn-Uw, Mrs. Lewin E. Rollins, of TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA
I Bond of Eugene Berne: to carry "'In- New Hill N. C. Saturday last --
on age -X-: -Xc: - -- -- -
+y '! t : ;, JOSEPH ZAPF &: CO., heater; repeating rifle No. 5070.1( : Cal 33: :20! years. Mrs. Rollins bad been a mar.
INDIAN RIVER FACTORY.
approved. ICE
was tyr to liver trouble for quite a while, TIlE "BOXD" CRATE.
>$ Sole Distributors, The following\ vouchers were approved and that complaint was the cause of her BEST QUALITY WRAPS. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
>,j s f md warrants ordered to be drawn for attaches
demise ____________ Is prepared to furnish Ice In Sacked loose. Special
4. I'' 010] to 620 West Bay Street the same, on this 5th day of Dec. 1005. CEMENT COATED NAILS. any quantity- or .

i t UE! ItRAr. "\,':( >. CLEAN UP. See our samples and get our prices bo paid sacking for Yachts or for family use. Falrdeallng Is my motto.T.
JACKSONVILLE FGA.'Tt'
w. H. Walker, Co. Com .$ 4 00 fore buying. We want your orders. T. WETMORE, Proprietor. _-
John White & Co. J. U. idiot, mileage 840 Some of our residents hue, been Write us at Eau Gallle.
n. A. Conkllng"C , Irt 83
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( 1ti I LOUISVILLE. KY.FURS J. F. Wootea . . 8 DOr.J.Cochshutt" having their sidewalks and yards cleaned -
i !I urmra r tevi . 4 !lOA and their fences painted. This ts as -X- -:-- X SEND YOUR ADVOCATE
A Stewart/ accountant. , , 30 00 as It should be. Take note of the Improvement ORDERS TO THE
i J. P. Brown, waiting on Co. Com 4 00 around the residence ol Dr.
; I D. I,. Gaulden. sal. Pros. Att'y. . 33 :33 EAST COAST LUMBER & SUPPLY CO.
Mrs. Palm and
.jps' sash Hldea. 'ut snd Rollins, on street go -
FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING
\ [Continued on page 6.] and do likewise. EAU GALLIE, FLA.

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