Title: East Coast advocate
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Title: East Coast advocate
Uniform Title: East Coast Advocate
Physical Description: 3 v. : ;
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
s.n.
s.n.
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Titusville, Fla.
Publication Date: December 15, 1905
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began Aug. 15, 1890.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 3, no. 14 (Nov. 13, 1891).
General Note: W.S. Graham, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 2 (Aug. 22, 1890).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079908
Volume ID: VID00429
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 34175701
alephbibnum - 002071720
lccn - sn 96027112
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! Special Prices' at l lluc's.Youths' TitiiHvlllo furniture Co. AMONG THE HOTELS.
LOCAL NEWS Christmas N Coming;. Otercont1! Overcoats -

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and Children's Sulta at tlI'O'cllII'llcell. When you coma TlMisvlllo, the firs Thu ADVOOATK is on file at nil the
of General interest. Have you thought of Christmas yell Wo are showing, this Reason, the I"rlt- the Titus
nIl Topics place you want to head: for la bust hotels In New York city.Wloro .
but line of
"'ellit Is nanny here our
fnl'
eat line of ii|>to date Overcoats reductloi, vi lie Furniture Co., the only up-to-du
Men'a Overcoats at a great
Toys aud }o'ancyrtlclell are here firs. i he to along tho East Coast.
stop
,7Reading notice ada. are ten center both Men and Boys that was evur John II. Stetson Hats the latest: style.. Furniture store In ho city.
If you have not seen them, just call;; we' Titunvillo the finest coati Heo ll/t of hotels and boarding housed
fore shown In -
lino on thla pace. will ami,colors, ut a l'eol'lce.ll'J'lco' Prices right term e"sy; catch, or ttlnio.
that
show something picas
cnn you ever saw. on 7th
and prettiest patterns you pages
THE ADVOCATE, Men's Woolen Undorweitr nt a 1'0.1 .
$1.50 per annum, In advance. you, your wife, the children 01' your best Prices, :(;.i.llu to 2000.: need price I Baby carriages and Go-Carts a specialty The Florida House, St. Augustine, Is

.75: six month, Rirl. You should eo. those Cl'livelleUeMjthey JlM.ll'N KIt uE, from $1.00. up.H. open and doing, good business for this
$2.00( per an. to foreign countries. Our prices are Just the thing,: and 110 are winners at $1300 1: ) and $20.00.: Titusville, Kla.Mr. K. OxNitit, TitiiHvlllo. time of year.

When subscribe for the ADV are our 5o"ldR.: If you don't believe I It Call In and look through our lines.

,era by you the year, it does not cost you just come and 1 see. We can please you. of -The drodg-bi it, Toniokn, of tbe Hotel Carleton and Bellevuo, Molbourno -
and Mrs. U. A. lllodgett; ,
lireo cents per week, postage Included. Our line of toys are varied, and among Mall\ oidors n wpuelaly. Mich. who boautl F. C. I.. C. A T. C..., passed here, WeiiPHilay < 11'111I0W open and roudy to re-
Grand own a
Rapids, ,
-Messrs. G. R. Fearing and L. Stock. them you can llml something that will !See our large display) ad. on bill page fill winter residence on Kldgowood aye, en von to Mouth, to do Home work relvo guests.
bo the little
to please ones.
mi, of Boscon arrived here, Sunday, en I mire nod l'I : Dolls Yes wo have them, large
ante to Canaveral Club. small, and the kind that won't brake, The Up-to-date Clot hlora, Houthbound train, on loiiie to Co. Sectional Bouk-oauses, Collars nod Cu:: changed/ hands, and la now undergoing;

;ET YOUR CHRISTMAS TURKEY with the Indeittructable toad that looks Men's I anti Buys' Furnishers, coa, on u visit to Mr aid Mrs. K.: I'. boxen, Toilet MetR,leather, Gardnora.Mr. various alterations.

from the F. E. C. Grocery.Mr. like the moht expensive bl cllle. Tilusvllle, Fin.Do I'orcher. They left the children at homo Goo. Johnson check In the Hell Mr. I). II. MnthdKon, a former proprietor -
thin occasltui. of tho Indian River hotol, Tltuavlllo,
John II. Sams, a prominent 01. For the boy we have things too numerous on Cross I'liitrmncy, Tltiisvlllo, loft Weil.
not fall to real the big ".1. of the la steward at tho Colonnades, Hoabreoze./
of Courtenay was In 1'1. to mention. Does be want 1\ IF YOU WANT ANY CLOTHING, nesday for a six woe Us vacation at hi
grower
!
usvillo nge on Monday. wngon? Well we have them all sizes, nil First National Bank, Mlnml, on our fit Kline undoubtedly carries the best old home at Latlmlr, On.( Northern lady. would like a position In

prices and almost an tnexhaustable sup page. coil largest stock In town. the South, tor the winter season, aa
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Picture frames Pens, Gardrers. WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU AHi.
'icturei
ply. -Mrs.! F. H. lloiighton la espl'ctel1hero Pianist; orchoHtru\ or without. Address),
-CII)>talll and Mra. P. Nelson antifamily looking for In the way of n pretty pro
JOIIV. R. WALKER CO., today, from Columbus, O. Box 25: Roeklodgo, 1"11" ,. ]0.4
and Mitm Codelor, of South: Tltimvlllo sent for ChiUtiniis. Cull bad sue ,,11the
-Mr. and Mrs. J. Loilllard nicely en TIIIC l.AIfflK; 1I1IICK ArOliK.TltuavIIle A new shipment just received Ilai of
are going on a cruise down Indian lovely articles nt the Mr. horace B' Stewart, owner the
ertained Dr. F. !f. Houghton nnd Mr \ Floiida.Rev. lam's Imperial and Breakfast Bull!
River, this week, on board, the Captain'selegant Red Cross Pharmacy, Titimvllle. Seaside Inn, Daytona Bench haN enlarged
has. II, Walton at dinner, last Sunday, Coffees at Wagoner & C.o'a. which la
The re-furnished house
ho mo-boat, Knewonaw.; and
t tbeir residence In South Tltugvllle. Mllliilgo Walker preached lit -If you have any house or rooms trout
-Mr. C. S. Claike: contracting afotl'llltfor Captain's tender will Accompany thAN < now ready! to receive guests.
the Episcopal church Sunday\ last tofairly send ua your ad.\ at once, nn wo are
Fresh lots of Nichols' CRUSHED OATS! the Sun Bros.' Shows, was among, lif'oweUl'w.
large congietatonn.| | getting number of letters from North.; Mr. Wm. I). Vnn't Woiul, proprietorof
just received at Wagoner & Co.'s.Among the callers at this otllco on
pleasant & ATTRACTIVE )1101CAI.F.XUAH\ ern people, asking for particulars nf Rest Cottage, Gray'a Lake, III, haaInused

Saturday's passengers were I' DR. F. II. IIOUGI1TOX is still attend Monday. to any address, Post 1'1\1<1.Vrlte II" houses' aot1I'OtlIl1811IonJ: tho East OO"HtCIIIWfl'IIAS .- the Enrmnn house, Went Palm

)11', and Mrs. C. W. Rlakeslee and Ing to biitdneHH at the Indian Rive Algae Books for Boys, Games, OnrdnerCaptain The Flint National& Bank, Ml.unl, Fla < We Beach/ nod l ii. now in possession.

daughter, of New Haven, Conn., where < Hotel-n ho leaves hnrf, TitiiMvtllt See him before -- 1\[. E. English, of Tltusvlllea ,, Capital, $:r>(0.1( H). :Hiirplus: fI2.IiOO.() receiving PRESENTS.one of the most pretty arenow Mr. E, I, Mathewson, proprietor of

on their way to their winter home I with the Maneto Cn Four per cent paid on Savings. 2Mr.
Miami
again at up-to-datoline of goods for elll'lstmas'I'rellolltll tho Buckingham hotel, St. Augustine,

Rockledge. -Mr. O. H. Voss, a former resident This factory, which has dean closed fo and Mrs. '1''. G, Rollins and little you ever saw on the East accompanied by his family has arrived,

C t tips and Saucers, Shaving mugs/ Gaid, of Titusvllle, but now of Kntmprise, wall some time, is now In running order son sad daughter, and Mr, Ralph Lnssl- Coast. They are superb-looking art and la now getting his house ready for
In Tltusvllle, Monday, en route to the<
ners. metropolis of Dade county for the v.fn again.; ter, of Mari-yonk, N. II., arrived In Tltuavllle Iclus, so do not send, away for anything the opening.Mr. .

;UKISTMAS: PRESENTS, In the way; ter. BOYS' OVKRCOATS, all alzes and very; Tuesday, on a short visit with for we have just what you want. Ro O. I>. H..Rvey. manager of the

Beautiful Neckties, or Silk Suspenders, latest stylus, at Penney A nrannln 's. Dr. and Mrs. E. E. Rollins, ou Palm member, some of those articles 11'0nt.w Magnolia Springs) hotel, Fla., wits recently
Tie Drums, Trains, Tool chests, Magic Ian Htrnot. 'fhey oxpeet to leave for Palm on view. Cull and sums them nt
boxes or
cine
fixed In of tho !
up pretty of elected treasurer Magnolia
-Mr. C. X. Patterson one our
terns, Steam Engines! Guns, Toy next. Red! .
teuuh Cross 1'hnrmaoy'rihlavllle.Mr.
[ on Thursday
from
box
Suspenders the
one pair ::! to pistols] Roman Caudles, sky-rockets, valued Baltimore aubKorlbers, wan a recent Spring Hotel and, Spring Water Co.
.r>Oct, to tj.r;! each, at Gardners.Mrs. pleasant caller at thin office. Hi ONE 01" rill!: BEST AND MOST II M. Flakier, owner of the F. Thu company hna beau organized with a

Penney & Branning's, Tltusvllle.Mesdanics wall on his way to Palm Beach, Miami appreciated Chilstmas presents you K. C. Railway and nil the finest hotpla on o'pitailltoek, of 500,000.: ()

L. W, Hallo returned to her and Key Went. can give a relative or (lend llll" good the East Const of Florida, made a short
E. E. Rollins and Geo. W., One of the most handsome hotel fold-
home in Tltusvllle last Thursday night,, Photograph of yourself. Sue II. Faust, item at Tltusvillo, Tuesday, en l'OlitOfJl1th (
rocefyod winter la the
the this
Hanford pleasantly entertained Assorted JAMS Sunbeam CORN one era we have ,
After a week or two spent In Hampton,, ; the artistic photographer( of Titus- on an Inspection of hU property
member of the Tltiuvllle Progresnlv of the grades on the market one on the AKVOOATK desk from Hotel
Va. She found the weather quite cold highest vllle, ns noon as possible, Do not wait along the entire East Coast, lie wall
Culture Club, on Tuesday afternoon., Ac Co.'s Tltusvllle.Misa Colonnades, Seabreeze. It la a beauty.Mr. .
at Wagoner
,
In Virginia.Dr. I until n low days before (Christmas but accompanied by Dr. Andruw Anderson,,
andmanager
There were 21 present. The ADVOCATE Geo II, Bennett la tho lessee
Fanny Budge, the bright young to the studio before the rush la on. VlcB-1'reHldont J. R. Tarrott TralBt
of Rio go
Wm. B. Hentz and wife and
was not represented this ocaslon.Mr I of this fine resort hotel,
upon Janeiro, Brazil, were among Saturday's : daughter of Mr and Mrs. F. T. Budge: ,, Picture enlarging( and framing a specialty manager J. I'. Hookwlth and Superintendent Mr. Jacob Grlmlloh la the owner.

and Mrs. L. C. Branning and southbound passengers en route to their of Miami after pleasant visit In Jack with the above photographer It. T. loir, Wo understand .

mother Mrs. C. L.Wright onvll'.e! with I her aunt, Mra.! '1'. lilakc took glance at 'FItusvillo'apassenger The 'rimes-IJnlon, of Tuesday, says:
Irs. Lucy: a
Brannlng's orange grove at City Point, for the winter Mrs. Chas. B. Jefferson, of Hoba ouisory
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/ expect to leave for Palm Beach, aeason. Their many Indian River Walker, Is again with her grandparents,. waiting room, and wo hove It "Mr. Fred, C. King, the popular room
Sound Fla. writes the ADVOOATK as
on Sunday next, to spend the winter friends are always pleased to see them. Capt. and Mrs, James Pritchard, of Tluavllle follows, In connection, with tap nds. she will nut bo long ere white patrons of the clerk of tho Royal PoliiclannhoUil. Palm.

Mr. Branning will occupy his former road will have a waiting-room for them- peach, arrived In Jacksonville, yesterday
VE HAVE SOME BEAUTIFUL PRBsenta : place,1 for one Inane each In thla paper:
New York and will remain at
from ;
the
winter stationmaster for lelves. ,
as Honvenli
position Christmas Now Year and
sle' "'I have succeeded In finding\ cow and
for Christmas. Call and ; .
F. E. C. Hallway Co. at Palm Bleach, card, Fancy Stationery Fountain have received more replies from ad. AlI1>I'fIOYA.. LOCALS will be foundon tho Windsor a few days before proceeding
them at the Red Cross Pharmacy, Tltusville. my "
the East Count,
and his place In Tltusville will be filled pens, Paper knives, Ink wells, Onrders. Man and wife wanted' than have timeto our Nth, page.1''iirnlshe4 down
y.Mr. Phil. II. Wright. !Mr. Ilaber, of An AUVOOATK: reporter observed the
reply to-th links to the pink paper.
Ormond, will occupy Mr. Wright's position -Mr. A. A. Thompson, manager of KOOIIIH To J tcn t. genial countenance of Mr. King on the
In the
like AnVo
:Nothing advertising
boon
-Captain J. M. Lsrlln, who has and
t as operator. the ]Hodges, O'Hara A Russell Co., i outhbound train on Tuesday night,
his launch for salein ATR!: when you want good results. for Renton
d ver tiding naphtha : Large Furnished Ilud-ruonts he Maid he his to Palm1nachready
was on
naval stores manufacturers of Mayportand way
Photo and Post-card Gardners.Mr. -- - -- -- --
Albums the ADVOCATE Informs us that he has the Wm. M. Merwin place at Rock- fur strenuous Beaton.
Cow Creek was a pleasant caller at u
Fla.
\Vo Tltusvllle
old It to Mr. Frank Forster of Orchid. t Property New Rookludge hotel.
and Mrs. Henry M. Flagler arrived Initiated edge( ; opposite
lIe
this office Monday. was
at St. Augustine last Saturday, Into the mysteries on of Woodcraft the Capt. Lalliu says he received lots of an- For Halo. Apply to Box 711, Hotel Alcazar, Ht.:! Augustine, U again

shortly before noon on a special train. evening and left for his home on swore to the ad. from all part of the Fine residence and tract (if land, con- 11 ::1 i Rockleilge, Fla. open for the season, under the able manigoment -
aine ,
1'heyentered Mr. Flagler'a automobile East Coast, which goes to prove that the taming 21 acres, part of which la a Fine of Mr.! Joa I'. Greavea.

and rode to the Ponce de Leon where Tuesday. ADVOCATE la a good advertising me- ORANGE DROVE. The RESIDENCE: ; l''iiriilMli louses For Itent. For years, the Alcazar lies been all that

they will be domiciled until after Christ. CALL AT OXCE and see those Hoys' ium. III now and lu perfect condition'through- money and care could make It, and has

mas. Shortly after Christmas they will Overcoats at Penney & Brannlng's. -A. K. Moore, of Rocklodge, l is In correspondence out. RoHldonce contains eleven rooms, Four Furnished Homes for tent to lad the honor of being visited by some

go to their beautiful winter home, They are winners. with party North who la exclusive of Bath riom: and )'antrYllnd winter tenants. These houses have repeotlvely of the moat distinguished people of this

'Wbltehall: ," at Palm Beach, to spendthe =The launch Texle, of Philadelphia, working III' a Migratory Farming Move- China CloHot. Hot and cold water In ten roorna, eight rooms, md other countries. The registers of

season. Mr. and Mrs. Flakier spent which, will white five room and four morns. past years show tho names of many notables -
owned by Mr. 13. II. Maley, WM In lent, provide good bath room, kitchen and pantry. Bathroom
Thanksgiving Mrs. Flagler's mother, Tltnnllle on Tuesday,en route to Miami, labor for the wants of Florida. Farm- has sanitary closet; Laundry has For particulars, addrena! s, of every land, representing the nobility .

Mrs. William Rand Keenan, of Wllmlng- In charge; of a crew of four men and a log is done In the North from'the first sanitary closet and water fitollltle. J. It. W'At.KItIl. of Y.urollmen high In flnnnolal

ton, JT. C. pilot The Texie left Jacksonville on of April to November, and Northern Water, good and plentiful. TltuavIIle, Fla. circles and prominent In politics.

Saturday, and was on the ocean allay farmers cnn do farming In Florida tlur- Darn, 24ft.xiOft., new and, ur.to-dat The different department. are In

Heady For ClirlxtmaM./ Sunday, and the pilot says be ex- fog the winter months. The first lot of In all its arrangements. Carriage house Fiiriilftlicil Cottages- For l eiit.. charge of the following courteous assistants -

erlencetl one of the roughest voyages farmers 'will, leave the; State of New& adjoining barn. Water In barn. Highland Park Cottages, at EAu Gallle : Mr. Joa. 1*. Graves, manager,
When making your selection of XMas of month. Mr. Asa Loomls, who has deen with
the latter this
York
In mary years. part Large Chicken House, cement lloor, 'hi., overlooking Indian River good
presents do not forget those useful the Alcazar: until lie la known to all
clean American
--- artles wishing good, : also supplied with water.Oroun.llI ahlng boating and hunting short dla-

articles that not only make the recipient Marine Engine Jlar&-olut.! ands, at $1.00 to II.TO per day, found, .(irronn
happy upon receiving, but happy as well can apply to .\. K. Moore, Rockledge, good cultivation. Shrubbery, etc. Furnished, 4 A and 7 room oach. Photos ilerk.

ill through the year, or year to come. 12;! horse-power, cylinder, Wolverine, I'na. To be soon to bo appreciated. nd full particulars application.WM. Mr. J. J, Sweeney, who, han for ev-
We have the lot of Toilet outfit/ Ji'i.iO.! - - -
prettiest complete oral years been cashier, has returned,
decided for
A bargain somebody.
very It. KoKHC'ii.
:xet, China and Glassware Includingthe S horse-power Xoye, complete outfit, For I'Hlntltitr, raoerliuiiKin, CII"". T. McCoy, flU Eau Gallle Fla. and resumed lila old position.

latest and prettiest China and Glass $;JOO.tXJ.!/ -- lw Tltuaylllc Fla.I Mr. W. R. Shaw:! I* the front clerk, and
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Articles, Ornaments, Fancy Dishes, etc., New40 foot Launch Hull, a bargain. Kalsomlnlng! and General Repair Work, Mr. I. Hod, gen the night clerk. Mr. I*.

which will make very useful, ornamental Magnetoes( ft Of) to .1 lOn: all makes lit reasonable prices, write Puns aimed Cottage For Hunt. Cottage for "'nle' M. Boomer la n' his old position, book!:
ind acceptable :XMas Coils and Plugs at cost. H. W. M: ., Box: :-213, -
presents. bpark Ten Room! Cottage on It at ton avenue keeper
WALKER IJ AIIDW ARE Co.Tltusvtlle :2 horso-power Marine Engine and outfit Tltii.vllle" Pla." A roomed Furnished. Cottage, on Complctdly fiiroUluMl. Acetylene Gas. Others In charge of departments are

Fla. complete, tSO.OO.! river front for rent. Bearing Orange and Grtt|.efrult trees on Mr.J. O'Connor, steward l; Mra. E. A.

It Inch Screw Lathe and Engine, a Fruit and Vegetable Apply to Vx 75, lot. Cheap for CIUIa. Write Twombly, housekeeper; Eugene Kugel,

Job Printer Wanted. bargain. Shipped to Marx Brothers, corner of i 7-3 Itorkitidge Fla. i.. O. HeX 12, chef; Ernest Weber pantry cook. J.

McCoy Bnai., 10-* RorkleJKe, Fla. Dlnan Is In charge of the cafe, with (I.
Wanted, a Job Printer, who can nil In Jay and Julia streets Jacksonville,
ria. Motor Co. Uuytona, Fla. Tluhtgs You Need. 'I
M,
- Lynch assistant; A. Thompson
time on newspaper. Must he a sober Ma., always bring good results. Their -
wan. Constant employment to right facilities for handling Pineapples, Oraperult We always carry n Full line of the Wlnt r Home For Hul". head waiter; Arthur !Hard, storekeeper;

man. Ten dollars per week. Orange drove For Hale. Oranges and Early Vegetable cannot elobrated) Keen K utter Tor>ls. Canall :omllh. storekeeper; Mike Rear-.

Apply at this office. be mirpa Hed. Tbla U one of the John Lucas 1'alnta In all nhadea, tints For sale, a beautiful winter home, .lt- don and Dan Reunion, porters.

At Gomez, Fla., containing twentyfiveacrea oldest and moat reliable houses In tills and color waged ac Merrlttn hl"n.l.1 Fla.; 2'h: acres,
about ten in fruit trees .Vroom house, good| dock and 'I breakwater .
with acres
Victor Talking Machine. tate. Try them. Oil Heaters. The only perfect 011 Heinbler COltl'Tltutville..
principally grapefruit and tangerines; Heater mad la the Perfection; It will ; orange, grapefruit, tangerine,

Before buying a talking machine, seethe Just commencing to bear. Frost proof. Orange Tree for Mule. not smoke or .mell. When you got this king and kumquat trees, In hearing. One -

Victor Talking Machine; prices from has[ this jear IXM to 700 boxes of frolt. letter you will not have the trouble of the boat ]location on the Indian River, This house In now open anti ready to

22.00 to 10000. Records, SJcta, COcts, Very rich and fine garden soil. For parIculari Choice varieties of orange and kumuattree you have been need to Price, .4.SO .(jon. of river front on both Indian and receive guest Nicely located" just two

and 1.00, each. The Red Cross Pbar- address, II *. Address, F, C. CocifBAME:, each.JA's. I Banana rlvera. doors from tho :P, E. C. Ry. station.

macy. Tltaavllle. is agent for this, T. A. SJIIDEII:: : Reference: Welika, Fla. PSITCII JlDd: Sox, Address, Boa F., Good board and reasonable rates. }Ir..

the beat tatting: machine on the market. Hobe Sound FI.. Almost t any business man on East Coast Tltuavlllr, Fla. Cocoa Fla. A. J. Sell1bl.r.y .






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from u uauc: .iiil reluptnnt: czar He It Is remarkable the amount of misInformation men fo talce the portfolio and< they nTI.
Free and could bo a3 Standard Electric
agreed providedWltte(
1' r grunt ot i-omt.tuiloiiul: government for thnt gets I abroad concernIng Company
> Accepted Masons. more tliiii IOU.IHKMXKJ people. Few med. For example, It has been as- 1I1.tlnt.'Ilt'r..upon: the cur concluded ,

events In the woila'M history have been eerteJ: that \Vltte Is of very bumble that the man whom every one ,

more fiviuxlitHli' hope than thin It birth almost of peasant origin. As u wanted for assistant might be a \'er11, Jacksonville Florida.

Jf" fi iaixunVitiu Into one of tIle great figures matter of tact his father was a gov good chief 60 Wltto himself was given ,
el Indian No. 00 Caucasus the portfolio.The ( .
of the iigox. Why should he not 'I'llm'l1t olnclnl In the and ----

Tltusvlllelodge. be popular; poclally In our own land, his mother of noble faintly. True a noble I secret of his success in these

& / River p of which wo boast lllJ the cradle of fanally doen not amount to much In early times iind 'later Was that' he had rKEDE.GILlil.UT; .

iV t 1 1
t Y the on",1, and fourth Wed- Wi.U's l did not; but It Is Just as well big things on !his own responsibility.Tlio .
( mextln
I + nemlay Hold of Ira each month ga ,,- their room In the An Advanced Statesman. to l-.e accurate In making statements. 1 IUl'b.... has. tin audacity for -.A.- .' ooil: OS-_

a ; i Court Home titan 'lIIe.! at 7::.10 o'clock i>. ui.Iff That U'ltte reciprocate this feeling Then It I U asserted that the Russian tl ..1. \,.';.l'i.hIII Ui.-i.i or elsewhere, l'rM a
'0 II S. Same. 'V..r.htprulIlINte: ,. Y
J fE F.A. Morgan Senior Warilen.,' In t-hosMi by the fact that cue of his pi'er.'l&P Is Dtitc-h. This lj n half truth ';;..I either rf) t o the uci-np ueup or "bo- State Agent I".

/' ;1 "l L. I1 }'\A. Uwloy Junior. Warden. first acts after securing tho Imperial fi".. >:.:e generations back his paternal cot; ::e a :::.'::1 i :.::: Y.;: men. Witt had
H J. M. Dlxon, rreHHurerJ. to from I 1 olland. Another I i I other qualities that lunde for hiicce.ss.iu OMH, AUTOCAUS and KKVMUTOIt I ,
A.. In('arrutliera, Sin"retary. grunt of liberty for IiU! people wa aucc-try cairo I -c-
N , J. It. Walker, Senior 1 Ji-unon., scud u message to Americans' Herein utor.i. '_!mcprn'ng him! Is tbat: he was u ,' w.i l..t ho w' ,ii'liel: hard: Auoth- BOATS AND STATIONARY ENGN4---:
I i t 61 )M. )oJ. KnirllHli .''IIt"' '" !)oanon. U uu acUiion'lodgment that while with rallroastation:( muster and disobeyedort'.ra I I ('.' mid tli.:t he had/ genius; \ for construe-
i ; J the Uugunt stock In the South . .
.' us' he learned 1 somo: of the lesson of In s 4 iit lug ti'ooi, to th_ front' lion :::1'! I i>,':'jiinlz.itlon. Itut 1 puihups keep
( 1 li.it toiiCH, UiiuinmH, Lamps, IIornH. Write 01' c ,,ill1'ilces. I I
1 I ,
4, ; . popular government, Imbibed some of !in the Ilusiio-TutUloh; war and thut this u. g;i .nu.t; ..sHet wus that he w:is ai LX11 oitlviH receive prompt attention.

F 0 .I. U. KnulH. A fluff\ T\'\\tn. the spirit of free Institutions.!: This. Insubordination" by the way was the i real! in MI among a nation of sJ..I"ul'lltud

+ Win. H. McVurland" Mamli.il. was a distinct gain not only for himself bC'3rnlllg: of his rl
1L'I but for the Uu.tslnu people, for, I'lmlio of truth In this. Ho was' a'I tuff' lu hiLl: -r"'iii'r illy pt.* tj Lie; front! -- --

I l OKDKK OF \HTKItN: ': STAR while Count de Vltte haM always;) been itiliruiU: ofiVlnl.! nu.I he often took his ,: u un;, qu.att( : ',01'i tin1 giobetli Is., If THE

1 / 'r FrlonilHlil| liaptnr, So. II I, holds' lu ni, (itlni?" claHKI..ltll uu advanced stitosinnn, he own he-id: rather than bureaucratic Incompetent tie i1J't, lu...'"i lOJ 8OUU. VEHJCLE & HARNESS CO.
In the MuHinilc Linlire' room' ritimvllln. on the ,
1 i'1'y'' Brut and third 'rnuHiliiji, In iMioh monrhat7dru has never had any pronounced sympathy orders, but he had such success Man bf Great Bulk. Corner Foisyth and Cedar its
!' 1'. in. nio' following I are. the olllcorn/ of theClinptor for democratic Institutions. Per In gelling,: troops and supplies t() "
: Tho firm 11D1>1'1"0:1" ; : one has on see JACKSONVILLE Molf( "
r/1y .p the front thnt he commended, himself
4 In
iii 1 7 Mini /Kato: Stewart w. M. h.ipH:;> he did not understand them. I lug his, ablest of Uius.uu. statesuen J is ,
,, F. A. Morgan W. I'. fact he practically admits. as much. to tho railroad] officials( and, eventually!
uej I I alre.] F. A. "MorganHnorlata( M.Mr the gl'I'ut built l.I' him He lit u vevlt.ibli : of . .
I' .. Without thIs sympathy Dud Insight It to the cBiir. The story that he side- Onr stock
.
Wilson,
lli II. 1C Hwretury.IMrn. : o.eph:Hit ai.ioiig men, over six f" et
i 4 i .1. Kline 'ne, mir.... would. have been 1 Impossible for him trucked tome high potentate, to let ; WAGONS, BUGGIES, CARRIAGES
he almost lumbers
:Mrs.J M.Idxon Unndeotrxee.e9a to organize. constitutional liberty out throiis: !h a troop train: Is probably close tall and su heavy
AHHoclate Con
r tlmrlne Ham'
Wins Hl'call.t noticeable IKAI'S ROAD CARTS
I hi hit wulli The Sl l"nEY8, ,
1 v IL 41 'I MlHHTnHHlnSanil rn, Math of the revolutionary chaos: In Itussla. to the fact. The story goes that this
h y Mrs. ( W. Hrolilo A"... demanded his head that the thing is hid sliupiicitj. rriink, open SADDLES ETC. ETC 1'1'1IS : (
ri f Ilj 1oIn..J.J.Carrnth(4w( ..Martha.Mm. . It U: a favorite belief of most of u- potentate ( II\\UNEs, ,1
44.1 t ,',!, j n1 i .M.Hf-rliiiKWiur, I1;HI, her.Mm. that things do not happen by accidentIn czar Investigated and that the upshot eM>n III'u
f, (I..... M. Unhl.lni. E'oot,1.0. .\I this world, and the coming of AVitte was the young railway man's promo goes directly at the thing lu li:uid. 1'or NOW IPJ.ETE-
111 L t%'' e t If. Walton. WnrilerJ. all l,nit he l is a si.lilegl< diplomat: as vas
tlon. However this It Is
be. certain -
C J. M.I Ulxon, Hi-ntlnel. to this country( would Hecm to con. may
4 r I q ,' J, It. Walker, Alamlnil.J. ,. flriu mull belief. It furnished him the that he showed such ability In hhon at 1'ortoiuouth. J37 Cnll on us and you will find our pi ices will jilense you
.. C"roth".lhallnln.TI :
I J.I one thing needed In addition to the lessons handling railroad trade that he was llore Is another of those: pieces of po- .. -. .. .... --. -- - --
+ r cUe th it in the life of
u I learned In his long career to fit culled hghor.Codifier! Ji.st.co; uipctr:
: r' ""I'I p \' CAMPNU. Ill :::;;. him for ('oplnjwltb;\ the crisis so soon th:.. i l\nt\ oi .:.to I.us-duii; premiers. Ho =---t:3 $ .+1 3e t7Dif 3 $:t- '-:rr -.-

+ 10 develop In his own land. of Russian Railway Laws. win tho only conspicuous man lu the ,

Av l a A It is one of the Instances of the peculiar AV'Ilte's career in a nutshell is something CZI1I"K"el.1ltllellt\ olio< opposed th.> iI3Ir'33'S: : : : I?YOrt. :X=-:l.A.J.TTIN'C)1 : -.

i p.rtle Justice often seen In his / like this: He was born in Tlflla, war with Japan, and he did oppose it

.. tory that WJtte, who has always been a town In the Caucasus, In 1810. At nt every step was ugilnst; pushing IntoKoicu. ):
bureaucratic and he against; occupying 1'oit Arthur )1 and Kuta 5
hated "by the grand the ago of twenty-one graduated Turnips- lingnR.

ducal cliques' In Iturylin IllOull1now b<> I from the Novorossisk' university, taking and( ia 1'uvor granting/ ; the Japanese I Onion Sets-iJtiniudiiaud I'enil. I Ir. I
1 F"I I y t/ I demands! before the wur. Yet-and I
k# the man who stands, between them !and / a -gold medal In mathematics. Cabbage-best varieties for Floilila. enns.

the Infuriated jic-ojile' who have= been While in college and a short time aft hero comes the poetic ju..llee-bo. wu < Seed Potatoes-foi' fall, No. 4 Rose and Triumph. \
( tho ItusNlaii who victor
only won u
i I I1 t In each I Poultry Supplies-International Stock and Poultry Foods. Ht:t..
r + :.loetaevery Hmt unit l llilnl Monday against. the Japs. That he did Will a U
month at T,JO p. in., Klnrp I .lit the Maaoulo.
t
( + 1''Ile. victory t the ponce conference all the-

,1 1 'ellndCOlllmllnder' ... . . .. .. ,A.i> PnnnoyAdvlmr world has bomb witness. I ::1:... O-A-jVOSXtOl: :::: \ .. Sood man: :: : I
u: Lluutuimnc, . .. .. .. .. .' K Walker ,
I4 'llils bli MuA'' RlaI I Is not without
I Hanker .. .. .. . .. . . W R WnlkarHO ? t 1 14 East Bay St.. Jacksonville. Fla.
t' 4t ,1I >; irt.. ..... ... . .. . . .. II I I* Mamlavtlle wllliiesx. The Russian jingoes/ otIII .JJ.
# I //K( Clerk...... . ... .., .... .. .... ..J.1. <;'nrriitherWuliiliinaii y earlier know that. 'I'hero L.
( # 'iI'f . .. .,..., .. .. ........ ... ..Y> .Waller'A day: was n Bg3 i On (!> tf =--::'--:=-'::- .
u \\.l j Sentry... .. . .. .... .... .. .. .. .... J .1)1 .*;nmUlrootor time when they were mud for one othTBLSTEU .
( *..... .. .. ... ... ... .... .r.H wlUon c.i,, I CtYnp I __ .u _ __ -- -
U.R. I'yloHSiiil (4.J.Nnrtortr p

Camp riiynlclan........... .. .. ..... E.Jo:.null In. %W ( Consumers: I
' All vlHltliin Wooilmon are onrillatly Invited to
t attend.' the meeting
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F I mP ,c Your: Atttoss.tios:: :P1oaoe:E :


;llpi \ 13ii AVc sell you Groceries at WHOLESALE

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li v ADVISED OF! THE! CZAIi. c l

IhV 4a er war, bnt fearcl the great finance ...Manufacturers and Dealers in...
t I II minister's opposition. After the generals

l -- had nil spoken for blood Wltto bur- Rough PINE LU IBER.
1 CYPRESS ADD YELLOW
{ I 1,1'bl' prised", every one by warmly supporting -

COUNT VJITTE/ their plan. Then they; asked him llresstd Orange Box heads, Fruit and Vegetable/ Crntos. Mouldings/ Shingles ,+tc
by what be Intended to raise
i1 means 'If"' ered
Mills and ollico located at Bulfiilo Bluff Fla. Wiiteus for pilci
the money for the war. Turning In to any part of the State. Address: lludgpg 3t O'llara, HulT.ili. I'.lnli gla.
1'i Yh pained surprise to the czar he said:


RUSSIA'-S fllAN "Surely to raise your!\ the majesty money does," emphasizingthe not expectme IF YOU WANT A...

"me." "The thing Is ImpossibleThe _
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treasury Is practically empty, and


4. OF: THE HOUR I COUNT. WITTE. 1'Itl.MH MINISTER OK UL'SSIA. I I when never I expressed dreamed but approval that the of ,generals the war: .Building Lot

,
_ -- who advised( ;your) majesty to declare It ..

f stirred to rlijliteoiia VVIlih'hy the acts. erwnrd he was a newspaper reporter had the money; already In hand: ," which -

e alF (+ of these very grand dukes and bureau At the solicitation of his family he connected ended thnt war bubble then and there
or a lot with a BUILDING HEADY FOR OCCUI'AXCY,
crats. It was these! grafters and oppressors himself with the railroads Always Favored Peace.
F Personal Side of the Statesman of their fellow men who dis' first with the construction department LAND FOR AN ORANGE GROVE,
It may be noted by tile way that
cI'E'lllteI1'Ylth', shore him of his power as uu engineer, afterward as a minor PINEAPPLE: PLANTATION or'IRIW/ (lrAMFNWe ,: )
? Witte bus always favored pence, and
pill ; Who Molds the Empire'stail and poisoned the mind of the czar official. lie showed such' ability In
I ; It Is said nil over Europe that be was probably have for sale just what you are Reeking.
against him. Wltte, after nil this humiliation handling traffic and organizing methods -
t' P Future In His ]Hands. }practically the author of The Hague! II' III
Btlll there is room.
becomes the last (stay that thnt ho was made director of traction peace tribunal. Settlers are flocking in but

'I i; F u : One of the Great maintains the czar on his throno. For. of the southwestern railways during His great coup In checkmating tile looking this way, drop alms to
this he Is being criticised by the rndlnils. the ltttsso' Turklsh In
M war 1S77-78. .
.
German financiers nnd making the value 3rd Vice.Prsa,d. "
l.I p, i it I t'' ; Figures of the But for his Interposition they Next he was made director. of the of Itusrfian money stable Is. notable. JAS. E. INGRAHAM ,

f Ei claim Russia. might soon bo a republic. southwestern railways which positionhe The Germans. had been speculating lu FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T

t'' h t Ages. This: N: an open question nUll one In held several years. He was a member Russian' currency as though it were an ATJOUSTINE: FLA
; which It Is not essential to enter here.A of the Imperial railway commission ST.
-- ordinary stock. Wltte sent agents! to
of n man Is not necessarily nn
study nnd codified the Russian railway
( buy[ up all tho available supply, and
P A Brown Eyed; Giant Who Is Frank. excuse ot111 his acts and theories. laws, doing;\ the work so ably that it when It came time for the' Germans to ;i- I ... ._
: Tills in tut! be admitted however: That, was translated into other languages
C ky q i Open. Even Cruxque, Yet Always according to his Usrhts. Wltte I U striving and became a guldo to other nations deliver they were caught short. Wltte
hud them his smd
at only cou
mercy C
Gentle-SLlllcd In Diplomacy. for tho good of his country: that he I on tho continent Nest he was directory seated not to ruin them on the promise -
e has shown exemplary patience and TO DELICATE OMEN
t 1 Remarkable Constructor: magnanimity; that he has gone forward that they woirid. never speculate in ,
,
Uusai.iii ugalu. They never IUd
( d and Organizer.TIM doing the duty he saw despite money
,
f I Count Wltte married a ,Jewess a divorced
tho denunciation of the reactionarieson y, I one at that. IIU wife was. always You will never get well and strong, bright h l- ,
the one hand or the radicals! on tho
:. a E brlnm kulelJoscopIccliuutfoa. other. Ignored nt court until recently.. py, hearty and free from pain, until you build ur ur

w i 'l ;Ji'iuti> Count Serge tie Would Secure Rights of the Person. (1h .. L'erhups befriended that Is the the Jews reason he has always constitution with a nerve refreshing, blood-m;(kmg'

,
, \ ltto was dlllerlt 1 Perhaps It requires the moderate, the This great statesman Is very advanced ,
( cliulruiua of tliu council of wiut -
f f !man who occupies' tho middle 1>ground In many ways and courageous withal -
leters he hail uo real l Gower. Today !lie
(t to bo tho conjunctive statesman In tho In advocating his advanced ideas. '
J Is not only the practical" head of the 1 A
I time of upheaval. At any rate, that lie opposes a union of church and
it; t I( tt Uu8 luu>I O\'PI'I\lUt'Ut.> but the dominant la I the ground on which Count Wlttestands. state which gained him the hatred of oJ@rdUj
figure to' whom all tlio world U looking.
q He would secure the rights, of the Orthodox church. He opposes Wine
e America takoH ooullar> interest lu
i i .. the person nnd freedom of speech, of grafting, which gained him the hatred
"
,this ruler ot the new onU-r 111'the empire
I the press and of conscience; 1m would of the ,grand dukes. lIe is' n state Socialist

C'' +k ( J of the rrnr. Throuarli ull hN CM- bring about u representative govern.mot 7 c.. and bought up the railroads for It Makes Pale Cheeks PinkIt
reel' we bare luokeil l on ham an a ltber.il ti'i /ei.
under constitutional monarchy; tiNc the government which gained him the
'
? 1.L itntoxuinn. 1'oftmiioutli. though tho
/ he would end suppression and would luliod of tho capitalists. He placed
41, aI I American people wire almost a uult Is a pure harmless, medicinal tonic made from vegetableIngredients
y make all the political prisoner free the liquor rattle of the country understate
{ C r ; ugiilust IHH In Uie wur with / which relieve female such a3 headache..
('ouuuy : pain and distress,
} ,f that: ho thinks he can liberate with owner-whip, which gained him the
s 1 ?' Japan, for ids own peritoii.illt.r' ) vm ex safety; lie would strive for order. In r. ;; hatred' of the saloon men. Finally he backache, bowel ache dizziness chills, scanty or profuse menstruation

p a r ,, f . rrosil' n slnoori llk'njj! He win, nlly. a word ho would take as long n step 01'1')14"' wuwhich g'lined him the hatred dragging down pains etc. .

'i!y I, ( ,: the most liupo.'tiint: fKum/ nt the lent 1(1( the (direction of democracy ushe A .HTAT1O, AGENT. I of the jingoes.! : That he baa: trluui It Is building, strength-making medicine for women the! only

I fonforciioc. The liking: / for him grim, thinks l hV;; can do wiiE safefy.J His of the entire railway department of ;<.iJOvl. over oil (base! enemies shows medicine that Is certain to do you good. Try It.
t i. and. when nt the hut l.e tmu'.o lUll MJIUpathetic Russia president of the Ku.tslnn tariff
lu .
stand may seem moderate ti> 11".t" If u'i; : L. .. I i : t 'jU: b.-jwii 1 lieinit: '.1.' Sold by
and dolnlcrdtleuddels\ to the commission adviser of the czar In the ., every druggest In $1.00 bottles.
Russia advances only to the ground brown; t'; ;: .t r' :y !I.. -

ii !t lIew"I"'I'r' coreeapadcnts ho iiultt' occupies' It will have gone far. Taking preliminary work of pluuulug the . i i-ifj:: :::PTO:. WRITE US A LETTER YOU ARE FRIENDS
captured' our heart. I'.ute: could not nil Into it Trausslbcrl.ui railway In IMK:! wu*
things consideration H of
1J t forego that \\lilili lie bus .slue! made minuter of ways: of communication - -- ---- freely and frankly, in strictest confidence of mine," writes Mrs. F. L. Jones
fortunate thnt such a man Is at the
'
C'unida Cads! i that men ten.'irsnot : telling all
vroiiitit in liN own liuul. It he woe and In the same ;year 11 mi nee minister us your symptoms and Gallatin Tenn.: ?.
helm one BO strong, no capable, 10 I J>
rushing after ('o..IUon.h. :" troubles. Wa-wlU send free advice "For since taking OuvJul
popular, with uj: then, how: much inure! iuce which time bU career has health
t ly conservative HO honest. crisbrings (In plain sealed Letter
Every in
*> envelope), how to gained 35 Ibs..an.1am |
only $3 or $400 a W:::I'Unital
,, ,1 t nhoitltl' ho Lu no now' Liberty l U II11I1t forth Its lender! another proof, been familiar: to pretty much all the year. cure them. AJJress: Ladies' Advisory than for the past 9 years. I tell tr)

+, ft, .j t' : with which to conjure among u*, It you please, that things do not hap- worM.Th States so (close men who r i Dept., Tfe Chattanooga Medicine Co, husband that Cardul is vorth i,n

t and Hover morn so thou txlny( With pen by accident. Thu mUll of this oc >> ", tOI"ot; the manner lu which he good for anything can earn double t', ror Chattanooga, Tenn. weight In gold to ail suffering L:1J: So.l. .

l r M i- lorctf of tin great: revolution to aid casion U unmistakably Serge! Yulevltcb. become minister of flu l1eo Is worth more and walk home to pass t1' __ -

t b '' i Ltii\ this .luau Los. tueu.:. 'iibJU. to wring!!, Witte. telling. The: tzar cat vl! ..Ill two or three vacations.


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Professional Oar Fl.i FINE PROPERTY FOR SALE rnhlll uud.i Drudery.'eI' I Are Jap ol,UersVralK KnrrdVAn Mason M.: Clark Co.
: for ; who Jrnn-ro: lived for
\ ">. k kis.g; eujiU'J; pu"t \.nll'l'I'.1II ,

average! to'lers to foci 1 settled down lithe some yours lu Japan explains the 1*

GE0. M. BOBBINS, IN BREVARD ST. LUCIE AND routiut 01* dnnlKery/ It that li Ills cullar walk of tho Japanese people iiuii Commission Merchants

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOU DADE COUNTIES view th,' take ol Ufa's 8\'rlous t.islis.Mo : \ likewise the failure of the .Inpitucww ,

"t all will that their uimuul outIng army to capture the l&usslan.s after defeating
say
AT-LAW. LAND FOR SALE. St. Lucia and Had 110 MURRAY 8TUEET NEW VORIv.
; counties Description of lind : Went ;: it.ivo them tnte of tile Joy of liv- them In battle on Uie ground

Will\ practice In State nnd United States JB of northeast. l.., and west Ja of southeast IU1:. and! If tlu theory of 1'rosUlout: J.i-1 of racial weakness In the knees. The

{Court. i.4, sec. Ul, township 32, range; SO. lot of Harvard ns given In ft rcci-nt locomotion of the Japs Is unlike tlm

Office at TITU8VILI.E FLA. 1(11 Went 20-100() la) of uorus northwest. St. Lucie J..i county.and went la uddresH. Is trui* thore Is nil ftnl: to Joy of people of other 0:1 t 10uIIlIt III". They Oranges Grapefruit Pineapples

for twelvemonth! nt lomt. rvonldiMit! Uo not have a stately awing of the
of southwest i., BOO. ;:1 i.;>, township 32 a ,
: OAULDEN runire 3D\ 1110) acres, :St. Lucia county. Eliot "II)'" Uiat people who live \by the body and a tlrni strp. Tln defect t..

D.L. Northeast. 14 of southeast ,1-4, RCO. 3, lerelsv of the Intellectual powers on- aid to be duo to tile mode of sitting ANt: ) ALL SOUTI1KKX VE01 'rAnI.ES nun SPECIALTY.

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW township :'IS I south range 41 e.iHt ; Joy life of this suIt better than tluwowho : which the Japanese of all olnssos have
t clone to (>. K Wood's! pineapple plantation
Will practice In all the Courts of the State on St. l.uolo liver; 40\) acres, work with tlielr Ii, 11.1.4. It I i- followed for ages. -

jot Florida. and the United State Courts. D. de county. drudRury;: whU-l robe life of Its Joy. When In sitting/ I'o"hlrt''hlt'll Is! sways ;' !

I O Box, SM.: TlTUaVILLK FI.A. Also, the northeast '14, of northeast a ml drudgery;: Is not voulluod to any on the lloor or ground Uie Jiip I :P. uhl1Uan cSs Co.

fj', HOD. 18, township 8rt south range; (partloulnr iduxo of activity. nose uso their feet for a neat and rest'
41 ellat on HOulit fOlk of :it. Lucia .
; :
1-i J. WEBB, river -10 Dildo There in dnid/zory/ In every routine of also upon the knees' which are. bent .Mil Washington ht. I t NEW YORK.
; acres county. !.lit : Mirer N" Y.OrangesPineapples.
Murray : (
i. Apply toV.. A. It AM., t;Stuart Fin. labor unless the. ('\1.1 In view lift It TOn under them. This mode of resting followed ,
I -- -- -- - -
A.TTORNEY-A T-LA W higher plane limiting/ II hllljot. !boat generation after generation, has

m Will practice In the Courts of the 71 h Kent locate!! Itar l\lnM. lug and mountain rllmbliiK Iil'L' tlrud-- produced a 11I"1'1111 tho knee jllnt"whkh

(Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents i ry to host O.ixnueil! to this life with noloinpciiHiitlnx loads to fatigue! on long walksOu .
land rents and accounts collected. Nice 8 room oottnge well
bli-HKlnit lu view to beckon ( two notablo occasions, nt the bnttl.
FLOKIBA loe.ited. In TiGimvllle . . . .12\10\>( 00
TITUSVILLK 12 acres l.nml and II on HO, on to tlu pnmilstHl land. Athletics of I.laoyang<1 nt : Mukden the JnpnncHC -

part set; In Outline Trees, In are drudgery; writing l\ullll1llutllllt aredrtiilgery got th? best- of the IHisnliins, Ir and Florida Fruits Our Specialty.

D. PENNEY Eau O.illle . . . . . . . 700 00 to which one tho fighting and had them ns It seem'
'ol..thlllf
A ; \Vo .several of use largest shippers In State nnd wish to
30\) acict Land noaily 3 ig represent your represent
order to nt their yet tilt 1tissisitisuvaikual ,
must, buckle down In jji-t nn.vwhere H mercy
;Mile Klvur [Kronr.. (\I I in\lies
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, north I of Kan: O.iIHe . . . -100) 00 U drudRery. (Jllwon, the great out of the trail. The pursuit you also. Give *us a. trial shipment Established: 30) years

I TITDSVH.I.K FLOUIDA. 20 ni'ivs River Front at ill-tint has quit milking pictures In was weak and Ineffectual. The reason

I Will practice In all the courts of the 7th Ilardeevllle . . . . . . . . 0100 00 black: nnd white bccauie, the end he given by newspaper correspondent"' of
21 I If I 1). L. UAUI.I K.v Asrent
,
Judicial Circuit. 111111111; "I'w-tllt* tu'cumulntloii of a for- the failure of the Japanese. to clinch
TltiiBvtlle, Fin.Flno .
tuiu'-is iicconipllshi'd., To continue nt Uu victory was that the troops were

JAMES K. ANDREWS!, I'roiH'i'ty For Sale. It would Indeed I I tin drudgery/ unlieiira; worn out with lighting and hunger/ {HEYSER"

I blt. Henceforth he'll drn.lKi! nt paintIng Hut the Russian, soldiers woro In ft

ATTORNEY-AT-T..AW, Two nice cottages: adjoining each : I In (' )iuis Just I to win glory; nnd will .hujhir plight nnd easily out marcher1 ..

other In North Ti uvllle: with an acre not bo II whit liupplor: lit tlie t.nk., their foes. Tlio theory of n constitutional
Judge of St Luclo County.
County of hammock un.l five acres of ilch muck lrudgory< must enter lnti every lift weakness In the knoes In reasonable I

Four riEitcfc, FLA. land suitable for truck f.irm. (}ood that 'Is to count for anything and ox ns nn explanation of the tmd march BALTIIVIORE IVHO.
river front. The hrl/ul'cotllltte: has three ,
perlence tho trm Joy of living. Tho lug of the otherwise Invincible Jnps.Government .
and servant's
sleeping room a room UPstairs
"TKPIIBNT E. FOSTER, ; and, a pailor. siti I lilt roomdlnlng story of the spider mounting n throiutnniiniorablit COMMISSION FRUIT & PRODUCERELIABLE

room anti kitchen below. The adjoinIng \ tlmon to ;got: over a wal Tt.1s'grsihIyu I

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW I cottage has two tthwplntf. : rooms and used to appear In every Bclioolbook us The extrusion of tins Uulted States PROMPT, UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.I .

Jyal-Upchurch Building! .,ax. Hitting servant's: rtntll.room dining In :Dcciind room and story kitchen, and II 1 lesson In pertevcrniico.\ Spinning military telegraph system Into our far WM. HEYSER PRATT ST. WHARF, BALTO. MD.KHTAIIHSIIKIJ .

JACKBONVIM.K, FLA. below. Largo blink cisterns to both would lie drill'gory If the spider couli northern poxxesslons I Is worthy of uote . __ -___________. .

houses. Adapted for a nice winter not ..t'O' I tho ,,'('h at the 11 11 I"h. Uuiuiubi'lngi lu those days of agitation for /government -"

hotn !. Tho situation Is exceptional J I Wll.*
\ ) xlionld htivn ns much! bruin tithe ownership.[

GENERAL DIRECTORY. Apply to Ul'o.: SI. UouniNs,Flit atom us n spider nnd llnd oxorclsi but the result shows bow
Tllnsvllle
for all of It everything they do great tho want that tho military telegraph -
M. Lane & Son
U.S. SE:>i'. TOR8..J. Tuko Notion That Is exercising Intellectiml power ill system Is filling.\ I In two mouths

. P. 'rallaforro. ... . . ... .... . Jacfsimvllle business ,
8. K. Mullory, . .rensaoolaU. n way that never nilswH lire. Vastly the toll on tho government's own
One of I the liii n.1ioii"8' i iil.iocs,1 on Mer- has boon at than
8. CONORE83MEN.FrankClark !: more of the HO called Intellectual class charged/ up more :WASHINGTON; STKEEI', NEW YOIIK.
.Like City.S. rltt Island. known BH. The VVIjwam, tlnd life not worth living: than of tin' $.0OUO, and In the Miunn" period! tho
...... liBlonging! ) to :Mm.I I Ktn J. It.air, of New
.
M Sparkiuan
\\'m. 11. Luniiir.. . :% .rl"/.a./ York, Is fur suit\ .... ion< fmnUliud. A hand toll<>rll. military telegraphers;: handled private
Southern
U. S. I.ANU ()FFIC1.It. ten room cotiiir. : "., wit II I much" house J. It Is the ilnll monotony of any work I business which yielded over if.'llMHH:: ) ) lu Fruit and Produceocctzi

B. C'hnbb.Reitlster. new lao nut u). all I newly' painted and which makes It drudgery, and the play tolls. Tho government need oil the line

W. U. Kolilnson' ....ItscelverUlllues .. three BCITS. In \Cr.'I' 't ,u-s. Ill.ilr has of Intellect can illspel: monotony front for Its own purposes, and the cash taken .
Florida.EXKCUTIVK .
at Gainesville, just spent so vein I liundivd, doll.irs' Inputting
bE PAR FM: ENr. tho l'"w14l" iM'iltiut,, "ol"lr..lllV' the liuinblwt tusk. The housewife; who from outsiders Is so imicli giilnoil o Orx.l.r.c..iosioc.:: : : : .

Napoleon II. Mrowaril .. . .. . ... . .Ooveinor I lUll 11111 lluwnr luiilH. i iiibieak" water gels tlirniKh her ;Monday's- washing: in toward paying for the plant.

W H.,Clay V. Knott Crawford.. .Bucr..tarr.or TreamiiBr.W. State.. i and !boird walks, all I I i louiul the house hour earlier than usual 01' /gets It oil This volume of business handled, ; I by FLORIDA PINEAPPLES OUR SPECIALTY.

II. Kills.AttornoylieneralAlonzoC. so th"it any unit wanting) lovely winter the line live minutes ahead of her buj the military lino would! make a good
.('o"troll..r.II. or III1-y", r'r"lIo.1 home will do wed to
next door neighbor!: ) or finds 1 the llnei showing;: by tho commercial. : I method stencils, Cards and our quotations furnished' on application.HONK .
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K. Mi-Lin .. .Coniinlsuloiier. ARrloiiltnroW. InstriiutliiiiJ.CIIironl cut this article out for releionce. ..__.___ _. ._ ____.H__ .. ,_ __ _ _,_, _
M. HollowaT II. Foster..Adjutant-General..Hopt.Puhllo Addiess, L. \V. Ul.AlK Merritt 1<'111. (lure white where It was dull gray the of accounting./ It is evident, too that

.lohn H rail for il.. . .. .. .. ..Survejor-Oeneral. lust time will not look back upon tho the service rendered by the military
('lietnist.lrIiut .A.1"r1'VE: : C>"Y'I-IE: ::
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U. fri.: Uo. : : ]f3R
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Amos ..... Kxamluar Application for Tax Deed. long hours over the washtub us Intoleriible operators Is nt least as good as that

OfficeS atTallaliussee, Florida. ; drudgery. She scores a point !performed by commercial lines, for lu .' !: am tal'I'A UI..UIU!: 1HHS-

FLORIn LKGI9LATUUK. I'nilor See 8 or Clmp.4K8X Law of Florida.vroncB by the Invention of time tmrlng expo one reach of the wireless, service In use \VIIIHHn: :>, WINIH: fiNs ANI!? nnANJn: .

F. M..'. Oliusteail Hiirtson.. Fort.. Pierre.. .. ..RepresentativeSUrilKMK SenatorC .. is IIERKHV: CIIVKN; TIIVT wir. llents and I In that way brings many n on the line not a single;: error was made --- -- -
1\ Hum. frltclliitt II K. ITIlohett nlnl n. K.: Expross Prep-id---- Lomp'sor.
COURT JUUOKS.M. I'rlteliett composing( the Hrin nf I'rltchett thrill\ of Joy to enno the tired, bosses ant lu fifteen months ThVlr..lplIlI referntl I'ur Thus.

H. M"l> .. Just loeF. Itrothers, pimilwHwr: : t'artltlrate %O. lifit; muscle Hrnlns' and toll nre 11 good to Is an Invention of the signal;: FIIHIIartUlua&IIN., I 4 (Jt U QtH I'JQts: Kalstair' 1I0 r. . .. .. . .. . . . ,f 1 2A
H. Carter ry .. ... . .. . Atsocliite Justice duttil I thi :iril :day: mutt::ryt A. I). IHIni' I him tiled i,said. Ilnntlnu: I lull fly,) ... . . .'4 11(1( f I fin *7 tel' Extra I'alu' .. . .. . . .. .. .. . . . 1 InHuiMlanl
H. }o'. Taylo' *. certificate In my oUl"... and, linn music upplli'ii-, team lira Ins make the work go quicker corps and bass accurately transmitted Nnlsoi. County Ityo .. . ..\g im 47M: / . . .. .... .. .. .. . . . 1 IHI
tlim for tax ilvml. \ to I.suue in uonnnluncu with and truer and yield full\ result! many thousands of mesHiigi Monoitruiu lt>.. .. . . .. . ..3:1": 4 All H .IHIU M..n..ur..d..rk. .. .. . . .. .. . ...I HI'nl
RAILROAD J.COMM18SIOSBR9..TelTerson : Itiw. Haiti uertlrtcnio. eiuliraous, the following I Minimi's "..1'" Kya ,: : : . . ..::1 i 11I/ / MIII I /All < >iirKr!: importeil .. . . . .. . . . . .... ?a IHI
H. Browne, chairman.Key West diMi-rlbe l property tluiuioil In llrevard county, They put H gilt I'llUpOIl/ drudgery.;: lI..oh.ll.r..a.- I . . .. 4 /Mla 'AHA 11'11111) HUSH Alu, pints .... .. . .. .... .. .. ... ..... .aim
K. Hudson Ilurr,. ... River.j. Florida to-witi Malt Whiskeycurb ... . . 7ft ,IHIA U /All, 1IIIIIIo",8t..llt.l>lnt.* . .. . ... ... . .:IIft!
World Poucn Club.
A
...... ",,"rh"'INt' 14 of Bouthflist I' Section 1, Town- '
M. 1I'1..u.. ltruuuiy----------- j 7ft (K) II All
U. (% Dunn dark ... .. ... .../ .MaillsonHuailquarters shin 21 ....th..r range 84 Hast.: \ Terror of the 11I_. Andrew Ciirneiflo's revival of tho old Apple HrHiidy: :::: : : .370 R ISI : All: Bulk Goods Jugs Free-Not
und ollli-es. at Tallahassee Fla. The saul luriil litlnif!: ainwsHDd at the date of the 1I..h".IIIIII.'I"1. 4 !MA 7 vnII Prepaid.
I..nl'e of siirh ri'rtinrale I In the nsnie olJ. The arrival of American schoonoiliorwlud paradoxical saying, "We are going to Itoiieva Sin.. ... .. .... . .. . ..;a 7ft / IHI /All
CIRCUIT COURT. 1>. 'ruts,,. I'nlflss said c-erlltlciite ah..llin. redomned "l.no per (> ".-Ifyn, Gin, Corn. (IIOr.le., ,
north Cnrolina (.rll.1 I1AMoiinliilii 4 INI 7 Sill
will I.aneIh..n lu biT home port with thriM \Loop the peace if wo have to light for "' ".>ii> >rr 411.I.-It, illn Corn U"....
aufmrdliiK to IHW taxueed ( ii'lna.no
Minor S. Jones Tltn vllle..... .circuit Juilirfc. J. C. .Jono. Orlando.... ProMiMitlnir Attorney.S1irlngTerinLl'u.rtiI (in the 1st day nlMHniiary. A. 1>. 1'mil.Witne negro niutiueoi-s In Irons and a gap lu It," Is not 1nu're bit of humor when Jiinml. Hum ... . . . .. . .a Ho 4 art 7 au '/II..lIty. ..
Monday In March. HIT olllelafaittn..tnre mid, seal this. the Moil' run I Minn .170 A IHIllrnpn nou % pvr (J I.-Kye. din, ('orn. Ruin. Hose
Fall rerin-Fourth Monday: In October. lat liar of Ixuemher A. 1>. r.wn.! the ranks of the crew shows that tbcro It is Hcannod In tho light of present Hrmi'lv::; ,:: .::: ::.: ::: :: : ':.g 75 o fill AOi . r..rahe ""'''''Y:.
(('1. ('t. Seal) A. A..TJoWAR'r.CI.k 1( Kunlllrkv liuui ness.I.. n IKI J..I HI uer MI 41" Km, l-earh sins! Annl.
1"I.r 7ft ( /nn
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Is still a possibility murderous affairs conditions. First a club end then soft : i.
florlila.l.VM Itrauily.I
BREVARD COUN1-Y COURT. Circuit Court or Hrevard ( ''"lIt) Aire
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I'urt, Hlierry or AiiKnlliiit. .. ... /Ml 3 T5 7 All .I.-.vl"I"l"
A. D. 'P..nn..y.. .. . . ... .... ...County Judite Hy 0. A SrKWAlU': 1). (J. at feu. In the Iterwlnd mutiny words is tho history ot peace J..tI Assortmnnt allowed on all Roods of same prire. *44Hi Ityn.|,''r Aloiiuilnal(.. tjuullty., IIo, Social Drop

1 A.A.Stewart>. I,.<&aul.leu..Proascilting.ConntyClerkSprlnic : Attorney: the captain and four sailors lost their dozen policemen bo appointed lu a ills-

Term-Spponil Monday .in May.gnat. Application for T 'x I>ccd. lives. Tragedies of the kind have been orderly town and a score or two of 1 :=-IU.I :=41H 'VCNt AilaiiM Ht. .JsicksuiitIlle. Flit.EiQOp.II.OOthS1xd1.S1.JUe .
Bummer Term-Second Monday In ,
Fall Term Secoml Monday In Novnnilier. rare of late years but lu the parly roughs will baud together to .coo who --- -- -- - -- ---y ---.. .. --- --- - - --

Winter 'l'erlUKe"oml'ondll', in February. Tin.lor SectIon 8 of Cha|>ter 4nH8 taw of 'ln'hl..1 days of tho merchant marine, when 1 I. master. It Is. better that the few iOltEnIIONEYANDTAR FOLE llniffiYANDTAR
COUNTY SCHOOL HOARD.J. . IITICE lshorol>y (tlveii that William
N err II ij;. I'ritchett and S. K.: Iritclosttcou..posiuig lueu were BUiugglcd on board and compelled police settle It with nomo broken bonds
Cures Cold Prevent. Pn.timonlSIT. .
R. Walker. Superintendent..Titusvlhte. |
the firm' til I'rltcliHtt Hn>th rs
| \ to serve at the point. all around than to have hundreds of
MHinlmrs-tt. B. Arnold Malabar; R. E. Minis, .nreh".r i>r tax certifIcate No. 17. flateil this ISIS pUtoIJs --- _ -. _, _. __
Honaventure; J. A. Carter, Turnbull. May i>r Jnlr I A. !>.. !Ia., him nlnil said, rtlili-ate mutinies were fur more common. citizens lu a tree for all Hcriqj to suppress -- -- - n'

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.: In iny to(.11I.issue, .... In and ocnurdanro has. untile wit apiilluatkin! law. Heist for l iiffr taxilMeii Ono of the most famous mutinies In the hoodlums. a :s: ..A s ::sz:: :.., -Cu# & 00. ,

R. A. Conkling!:, chairman TMIman : Wn,. R. tltluate einUraces the followlnir dHsnrltmd prop
the of modern Of there would I be
history seafaring was course Homo "
Indlanola scrapping ale w. H. St. JACKSONVILLE. FLA.4FuLLQT8. .
Walker, Tltusvllle; Joint It Mint ; ertv situatnd. In lI..var.l.u"ntv.: Florida. tn-wlt I r ,
.1. *. Wooten, Cooi>a; T. J. Cocksliuit, La- Northwest 54 or Hiinthviiiit' Vt. and Nnrthnasti that of the crew of tho British, ship before the International policeman
Hr"nj8. Hoiithw /i, Bortlmi H.Towunhlp II !Houth
R Kolar sessions are held first Monday in eacb ; inue 3t Kant.Che Bounty the fate of which was a mystery could establish his authority. No

montu. a"lIll..n,1 belnir assessed at the slate for theIssnanre for half a century. Tho mutineers fear of tho result though since the
of such certlflnate In the namnof .1. 1.
KREVARD COUNTY: OFFICERS.A. I K reamer. Unless said certlfliatn shall lie rele of the Bounty hid themselves from tho United fttatos. Franco and Kuglund: .
D. Penney, Titiisvllle j. . .. . County JuilKe. < ..itinil ai!"..rillnK!: to law tax ilonil will Issuethnrnim ,
I'. L. (}'lUld..n. Tltusvllle; }',oa Att',. on the l lust day January. A. 1>. linw.Witness I. vengeance of the law by settling upon would have thu Job. A /good thrashing
A. A, Stewart Tltusvllle . . ..ConntyClerkV. my oltli'l d ,Hlitnatiire ..11.1.,1 this the Pltoulrn Islunc,!, in the south Pacific administered here nnd thorn would ills \ _
A. McMillan, Fail 1I..llle. .. ..Tax Assessor.K. lust sissy of iMx-onilier, A. !ii., imKi. ?
W. Hall.Tltusvllle,. . ..Tax rvillwitnr. (Seal of ft. ill., ) A.: A. *TK:W AIIT.rl ocean and from an aged participant courage belligerent tondpiiclex' 111110114nations. :
John Tltnsvllle.Treasurer. "rk 'lrriilt imnrt. S
J. K. Walker Henry 'rituiaville..5ti1erlutenulent.' 13-3 Hy O. A. Stewart, lJt'IIIItl'Ierk. In the tragedy the muter? of thus mutiny I'eact, would (eon through Rppc2i ;

J. (>. Fries, Tlmsvllle. . . ...County Surveyor. was learned. Tho laws of today offer fighting and remain bocuusn tho fight Al 7 __ _
.1. I'. Brown .Hlwrlir.W _
S. Norwood, Tltusville. .Registration Olllcer Application for Tax Det-d. more protection than formerly to the was always ono way, and wars fur d .

TITU8VILLE: TOWN COUNCIL rights of Hallors and thero is. loss In. the sako of peaco are nobler than wars 4'2

E. E. Rollins mayor) Van. Worley. ,marshal and fniler Section 8 of Chapter 4-w0I.awi' FlorIia'rOTII'E contlvu to mutiny. The cbuiices of ('11' of aggression and ambition.William 1i QTILS, : (
tax collector R. It. Pyles clerk .and treasurer; A S Ihi
John Henry tax assessor; J. R. Walker F. A. '\,. Is horoUvulvon that William I.rlt..h1" capo for mutineers ore also fewer now - ----- 9o1 -
Morgan J. L. farruthers. W. S. Hrannlnit and _1_ ett.ll. .:. 1'illiiliou.ft. K. I'rltchettanil A. ,
I>. H I'rltrbard onunoilnion The council.......... 11. irInk. ro-nnrtrinrtt notnprlslnic* the firm owing to the close\ mirvelllanco of vos- %Winter a theatrical critic _ _

first Tuesday In each month. of of Tax Kant CVrtlMi-ato('siast Turiientlna Nn. H4 i, ilatad Comiiany:::/ tlm,Unil purrhasvr: (lay of eels on the high sens. whose memory barks buck u bit does _ ; 'I ____

TITUSVILLK HOARD OF TRADE. ,1 u lie, A 1>. IMU., has. HIi'dsHld. certi Ilcat.s I In IUToltli'e not RCO any of Jon Jcffcrson'si! ; genius t'g I. .1e4I4d
The sold I of the regular In the Van Winkle of his. /
ITS
army Hip son bc.
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nrer. J. (J. Hast secretary. Meets senond Wed- leslie In KTiiriJ.uire wills law. Said certKlfateniiibrai'vs .I us _
needy night In eacll month at their rooms. tlm followmit dntorlled. iirniwrtyKltnawil have "nil It I'd" awiiy $20KXOOO lu the I Thomas who recently mad, his debut _
I In 'llrnvard count KliirMa. towlti
.. ____.. & ..'., ","N 'MI....!..... ._..!:... :.fl. .....-...h.. ante keeping of tho government. Many In that cliiMtdc role. Mr. Winter says
Range37Ka.t;;
a king of the old style would have rejoiced that the son's performance Is: only n .
WALTON SELF-LOCKING BLOCKS, The paid land being nssxsssd" at the date of the ,. 4.. i
Patented In all countries.. Only tackle Issuance of such rertlnValn In the name of C. C. In au army so thrifty, and lu aneiuertrenry copy: of the father's masterpiece and ,1. wus.
Hoynton. I'nless sal hi certlArata shall lie reileeinoil I -w'"j. I
block of tho kind lu the world. FIt- according to law tax d_d will Issue confiscate the pile to reenforce that t'jo fld'T Jefferson's HIp died with __
thereon on the 11th . iwn.Witness .
his client but Uncle Sara htn.!
ted with the Walton-Vlnton Roller my orflnlal' ulifnaturs anil seal this' tbe war ,

Bearer. Useful In any place where 10th Seal flay nI''ireuiltCnusrl of NnVfunlM-r.; ,)A. l>A.. If A.&RT. :WART. I It, so pleased with tbe boy that he i I 4,..tii t'nr Him I'nlmt .......,.... Is.!

hoisting Is done. With these blocks ( Clerk Circuit (;,,,,,t nreTsnl po-int t lorl'la. talk of adding to their monthly wages. t.ll'fltpnllnt Ocnernl Chnffee commander --. ... ''rFij1.EY
12JIYU.A.I'fEWART.IJ.C.. of the United Ktiites
one man can do the work of two. army, -
Latest advices from the Torino show turnI I down nn invitation to n'oot tbe :> H1rDTAR FOLW1KB1DRE5e5
Thousands sold in the north. Call WANTED--ST: CHICAfK) .VAXfKACTI'riIM -
and see them In working order at this HOISK familiar, irrMin of trustworthiness and that the typhoon which swept over the Ulntf! of llnglnnd: ;: because lie haul u .1,".":.."" ,. II'., sua,#. ,a op4aCe. "ak.. EhI, 11 pod III ,st'f'abt
with I local
somewhat rrnory an assistant . region of tho Philippines in September prior >nt at the moment. .
I I'1I"1I1"III)<
office, or the store of .Jaa. Pritchard & In branch ottlf lIo&lltry'l" paid weekIj. - ---
I 1'ernianecit |MMltlon. Mn Investment re- )val a terror of tho old etyle. Whole Having! no business to trnninct with!
Son TltusTille.sk \ riilreil. Frevlona ex|'erlaiC4i not essential toeoiraiclnir
. Address Islands were depopulated at tho mouth rd\vrml as king.: Chaffoe prohubly had

ManaK, branches, ('05ff, Ktork Chicago. of the Vnugtse In China the los of r.-) 1-jT.sliu! for n "Jolly gwxl tlnio" With

life being estimated at 10,000. and the the gentleman of nu equivocal past
The meat proMom: in <>ermany bun ,. . _
damage to shipping was widespread.Tbe --- - JOB PRINTING
assumed an nctit. form. IIomoflMhhas
Ono should never take a serious step .
has risen In r>rl. and ilogncsli! In tobacco south .
of the
growers rvhllo measuring life by standards set

no longer: obtainable. Some man'clpnl-! are lining up against the tobacco trust tip In the darkness of an unhappy
tIles iirt* liiiy'.i: tHh! In JarK" J-
up qniiu
tbe same as the cotton planters bar ood.
n> Thus estimate! one makes ntstf
UPS to relieve tlie dUtrc' among; tin-
FEDr lined against the Wall street
ap h a time of the world and of tho

r poor. "(,ears." Will\ they, like them. force people in It I Ic false. Executed at the office of 1ho
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snr a yield of quantity and
qtMlliy. u inn your fiunrr putntxlrr7rs up the price of the raw stuff
>* they were the IM IC on IImarkrt. TI o latMt dictum of science( H, "(71vea
.bat they' haT. beeS Inipravr As soon as the Frisco: Telephone company .
ha , . IaSn..r woman notLiotC to do and all tie:
mines. e xixrw One of the Insurance president UDder "
Installed "lleU,,
and .. .t&uIe ..'. a Japanese girl
p 55 'r_4 Ammnml.tmut Iflas' monpy lib. can spend and she will 1 KJ Ore says there are two sides. to the In the central there came currying
/trwol. In*to all applicants. to the (doff a* fast as she can." That' .
life insurance
buslces Premium
D. M. FEftRY CO.. OtlrtK. Mich. pay. among white patrons of the line for ]EAST COAST ADVOCATE PRINTING OFFICEt
bocnu.so father or husband or brother ers have loug bad a view at one aid yellow cuss word to suit the emerg'ncy. -

has taut! her to "be one of the boys." anti are glad fojra i pcca at the other. .












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+ I'i' fala, Indian Territory, :Mr.\ Harry. L. JAMES PBITCHAKI. President: WM. 11[. BROWN, Vi.-;. ,. Pt,," --
EAST COAST ADVOCATE. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.A WINSTON S. BRANDING, Cashier.; "dent.\
j Willhtte, who a few years ago held the OFHEAL7H
1: Ir position of bead bookkeeper with the MATTER
'7 t PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. Florida Bast Count Lumber A Supply INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

,ol Entered at tile roHtodlce at Titimvllle, Florid. Favorite Spot In a Favored Co., at Eau Gallic, und was highly; as-

ea Bociind-oliutu matter. Secton-The Famous East teemed both by his employers and a host ,
flOt COUNTY DEPOSITORY.
Coast of Florida. of lends< who admired the many sterling -
CllABLKS H. WALTON. Kditor & Itiblldhe Authorized
/ i qualities of thiN rising young man; : capital :$: ; oo COO
p II I'I I A WBIKLY JOOKKAL DBVOTBD: TO TH. DETKL: Mr. Will hire has held several responsible : Paid up capital'O

', tI OrUKNT Of TUB INDIAN IUVKB,' LAKB ON THE BEAUTIFUL INDIAN RIVER and lucrative positions since leaving/ .s.r- ,,, 1 ,t Average deposits S2C -:UUQ
yl WORTH ADD BIHOATHB BATIICOTIONH. "" -
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here. He was secretary of the ,Arklateo -

n" liI be made Lumber Co of Toxaikann Ark fur I 0' Transacts a General
+ Dlftcontlnuan.ie of advt moat per Just the Place to Fit-out for a Cruise ? Bankln''
; I F ..aIl1at]] thin office! or by wrltliip.ff Down this Far-famed River. over three yearns. until oll'mud the sales 'I b
desk of the Cuicag.m. Lumber Co., of Ht, r.1 Business.
Fine Fishing and Hunting
: In writing w the ADVOOATR tor Inform" Lords. Mo. This position, required Mr

tionotlnyklndthowrlterwlllnbhgehyencleaeV The town of Tltusvlllo In situated on Willhlto to travel nit through the Went t Largest and Oldest Bank on fc+, R1iqe
tag a suunpnd-addrosxed l envelope.' the Florida' East Coast 15-t,
v .. Hallway, blJiKONGPOWDER
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buying lumber nn.l.If of A 4 .
V was on ono + Exchange! bought; ,ami,1,1. ,.', .
miles south of Jacksonville, U!.'> miles T "a
t Address all communication these trips that he inut and/ < full lii love COUllt, ,p...
a t I +Il EAST ('CART ADVOCATE) not th of Palm Bench, and 212 miles northof with Miss Lillian Bunch, wine father, Is $ :
Miami. The Tltusvllle branch of the I'tttronoKO appreciated. Prop"
TITUSVILLK. FLOKIDA.ff. one of the most prominent and, prosper i treatmentanil! wvory fa.iaervative i < , a
defunct Jacksonville Tampa & Key liuiikiiiL':' , w
oils bnsinomt men of Enfalii! Indiim Ter M ...M !
West ]Kallrond, now controlled by tho r CORRtBI'O'iIJl"\ I
S. eimrtmeiit of Agriculture ritory.Miss Absolutely
florid East Const lUIIway: Co., also I DuHch Is talented nnrl accomplished } Empire Trust Comiiaiu \ ,
a
I, v Weather Itureau-Jupiter, Flu tilts very Florida Dunk. and Trust ( <"> i iJT.
k'F i runs into the town- being the terminal musician, as well as a beautiful HAS HO SUBSTITUTEA 't..
1 point of that branch. There[ are and and
charming lady Mr
& The following is a comparative'state / young Cream of Tartar Powder.
I meat of temperature and rainfall for the Hoveial trains arriving dally from Jacksonville Wlllhitn Is to be congratulated on hia free from alum or phos- --. ---

Doc. 12. luOi.r ; and, Snnfonl during the season. selection of life All of his phatlo acid
weok ending Tuesday, a pint nor. JH[. :D> <> JEBI S.
+ -I9Jij-( -1904- As the county Heat of Brevard! county .
oM friends will to hear of his
yI rejoice HOYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.Hodgson (Successor to Dobbins Bros.)
y DATE. III AX. MIN. "MAX. MIN. It ban a coiirt-honae and a modern jail ..
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II 71 G1CTN .a.n.d.: 112X'i': 1-1.:
I building, with rarely over two or three
1t luck and 1
7 72 (0 ki; 72 7r happy pair < prosperity, .
Badges, Checks Door N umbeul'\l"ncI18.1'rnnk and Locksmltl I ,,iREPAIRINtOF ,
Inmates. The lit 1 [ -
G f I{ H H ((18ID; 70 I II >:a population over 1,000. We can also Imirtlly say that Miss Bros. GUNS AN1) REVOLT<:n A PEI':( lAI.n\
? \\I) as ( 7* ii2 Illness Is so rare, tht one doctor In town Busch' Is also to be couKr.itulaled/ ilK M r. Gun and Revolver parts and keys MlwhoJe "le. Trunks and ValUi, I I .'
i i b f, ID I its 52 7lt I r>8t2 finds ample time to act as Justice of the 221- Alain 8 t. Jacksonville Via. '
'I r 11 70 .12: 7(1( Willhite Is not only an energetic and EAUUAI.L1R:, INDIAN RIVER: FLA. : >
Peace and Notary Public, besides attending
I Huccessful business but a man of
man
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j r Total rainfall for the week: 7.71 to his medical practice, while the high; honor and moral character, kind Marine Railway.

J I : Depattnro' from normal rainfall for the other finds time to go hunting. and sympathetic of heart and a staunch Imeral Merchants und hhlp Chandlers. TIU SOUTHERN FUEL AND SUPPLY COMPANY
+ ,i is week plus 7.08/ Inches. Departure .
1 : Here IK virtually the head of the friend, and will surely make a pleasantand ..Special Facilities..
from normal rainfall since January 1,
i Indian River, and the favorite for
point
Ih home for Ms bride.
I plus 0.3.:) inches. happy or Hiiuling,: Out, Storing and Repairing
(,Ar' ii HAL. P. HAKDIN, Observer fitting out and starting of numerous After the wedding Mr. and Mrs. Will- Wood,. Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

1 ., ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ crulslnz- parties during our balmy- winter bite will spend several week. traveling Vnclits Mnd Launches.Mention ,,
'q ''tl months -- _. --- - the AnvnoA rK when writing.
IE I"yl I ; as everything necessary to comfortably through California Washington and ; .
i CHRISTMAS SHOPPING equip a pleasure yacht, can herel I - --- .-
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sl Oregon, after which they will make tholr Vitrified, Paving and Sidewalk Brick.....
Jt'l be l obtained at the most reasonable pri home ut (St. Louis Mo.
to
I crowd of ces. This la evidenced by the fact that Nothing Adjust. Nothing t
Large shoppers are
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Offices foot Jacksonville Florida.
? to Learn Shave ot Hogan Street THi-pli. i \ .fi
il Simply
1 P taking advantage of the clear She same parties have been coming here THE DEATH OF MR. TAYLOR ,
weather on Indian Riverespeclallyin'1ituevilletomaketheir annually/ for many winters for that purpose f ALWAYS READY* J. K. JIUNNERLYN, General Mana er.

In preference to any other point With reference to the death of Mr.\ r ALWAYS KEEN.; I

the East, Coast referred In last week's 1 SAVES TIME ,, ufJ.ueMONEY .
Christmas purchases, while the along Taylor, to ADVOCATE /, The Oldest KHtahliitlietl 1 drain and Seed ll.",ni. in ''i.-" --
(t 1y* ; stocks in the stores are full. It is To tho south east of Titusyille is the the Grand Rapids Herald of Nov end Jr Buy that -- --

MlM! ; always well to bo on ham! early in wide sweep of salt water bay, (about six 30th says: TEMPER ,! safety razor A

: II J ;'ft r;I) 3] I a I every game, and Christmas shopping lilies In width), formed, by the waters of Fred F. Taylor, pioneer !lumberman Nb'' that: is not only a 'VV"rc.:: ..8... EO"\lJc & Cam
h is no exception to the rule tho famous Indian Hirer. Here Uahlng, ot Grand Rapids and northern Michigan,

i M S Thentores have their goods uitable: i wild duck shooting, sailing and rowingcan died, at 8:1.1: lust night at his residence, safety but a razor GRAIN HAY AND GARDEN SEEDS

Pi, to the season temptingly displayed, be indulged into the heart's content No. 11,1 t SholJon:> street, aged 70 years. a ,

and purchasers' have variety, as of the most fastidious sportsman. Mr. Taylor's health has been failing The

'I''' ;r 11 ''t I well as excellence, from which to On tho ocean bench, noarly In a direct for several months, and I a few weeks ago a ,,, Flour, Grits 'Meal and Fertilizers

1 c# make selections. Hut preliminary line east of Tltusvllle, Is Canaveral, Club, ha was attacked by pneumonia. Tho et urtn MILLS a.,,. lob( Bust Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, t'Il,
'r? to making their excursions' to buy, surrounded by over 10,000acres of land. Immediate cause of his death was heart

I It i, , the guide of a well-timed and comprehensive This property Is owned by some of the failure superinduced the weakening Catalogue Free. Warehouses on tracks of S. A. I... I:y, and A. ( I J. iv.MeMurray .

f; ' ;' advertisement is necessary moat prominent and wealthy residents effects of pneumonia. my

,li b Yv to insure good results. The of Boston, who come south to hunt ev. The decedent had been a. resident of .

; merchant needs first to inform customers ery winter. Grand Rapids since 187., and for many y

of what he has to oilerand The cool, refreshing, health-giving/; years was associated with the late lum- rd' & Baker

? t he can do this In every home by a ozone-laden breezes wafted across from ; ber firm of Taylor & MoMalien. This
t
11 proper advertisement in the ADVOCATE the; Atlantic Ocean and the broad buy, company operated mills at Wood Lake sSr"0 401-t13 East: !! Hay Street, JacJsuu\'lIIe,1-'lol'hl..,
tt L which will aid purchasers are one of the roost enjoyable featuresof and other points north of Grand Rapids.

j before going out, and lead them dl.v this phenomenallooatlon. until the death of :Mr. !MoMiillen when -!Makers. and Jobbers of-
This 1.111.olve.J
;v l iu ,+I k I rectly the right place. This There Is a large area of primeval forest the business closed and tho Interest divided. (Seiliaving! razor pioLlcm for very

l { saves time to both buyer and seller, and prairie land beyond the northern man. Though but a new iavcnuon.it Vehicles Harness Carriage and Wagon Material
: and time J is valuable in the Christmas southern and western boundaries of TI. Mr. Taylor owned huge interests in has oucauy altnmed: enormous r>opuj.ac ,
ti
t'' season to everybody. Out-of- usville, awaiting the advent of the Florida his Investments being; In orange larity. MORE THAN 200.000

t [; +tJ'' I town customers need such help, as thrifty settler to till the fertile soil, groves and the banking business. Ha I HOLD TilE FIRST YEA. The Saddlery, I Rubber Tires.
is in the ,
secret WAFER
b s well as city residents. Every train, which now abounds In game. Here can was a member of the Masonic fraternity ; : A"J! Tn'i A. ;nr ILj.DEM.whitto.0 !: :' anti\ First-Class Repairing and Painting, Etc Etc.'ITUS'V.ILL17 .

I ? It I launch and sailboat brings Christmas be found quail' turkey and door huntingto and had, taken an active Interest In DeMolal t'' slarpct Innn any olllllr raver. Each blade _.._____ ______ ____ __ _____ _n____ _____ ______ n_
Ib ,, i ?+ shoppers to Titusville I where suit tho most ardent huntsman ] commanderv- -.. of tills cl tv.. During .r. wiligivefrom: twenty tofortythsves.. .I plte I'
r y w I they find large and fresh stocks of ritusvllle has shelled l streot", ;,:ectrlo the last few years :Mr. Taylor had been : tiucet: arc goo j Joro aany snaoJit : : : LIVERY: ST.A.I3LE.:

i! t goods to satisfy every want. The lights, a re table bank several fine brick totally deaf" which necessitated his re- a Vear.THIRTY
r't 'Y DAYS' TRIAL FREE.!:: K you
t nhr watchful dealer will not forget to stores, a Hoard of Trade five white tirement from active management of his aro not mora than tadsiieu we will give your FEED<: AND SALE SAI>lIU'. II,10.ES, ,
take advantage of the opportunities chlll'cheRlurge fisheries, a. tanning ex business affairs. He leaves a widow and manor back.gladly.TitpIoiilvn. .
: :alRl Kl willl 12 blade $S 00 "''v .
4' ems, 1 presented In the ,ADVOCATE, met and palmetto libra factory, an Ice two children, a son and a daughter.The ., Lana:: blade, per dozen . I.OU ...STABLES... BUGGIE

which reaches nearly everybody on factory, law and real estate1 oflloos, an daughter Is :Mrs. 8. II. Peck wife '
1 : f BAGGAGE S\mon.\; :
Red Cross
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j jf Indian River para house, n. woU-organlzed band, an of the well-known proprietor of the Ar 1 Pharmacy


1I armory, shooting club, a large and comfortable lington hotel at Petonkoy, and the son, ; 'Titnsviile, Fla.BANK TRANSFER, and TL'it\t'UI' ""f

I FLORIDA FANCIES Is hotel, overlooking tho bay bellies Albert A. Taylor, who lives at Cocoa,
a a interesting .
f very I HAULING ETC. ..all kmdb.J
: l book upon hunting in .1 a number of boarding houses in Fla. A few months ago Mr. Taylor -

; Florida It container arlous parts of the town. bought tho A. B. Turner homestead at .
t ) not only 3VE. O sba.1
Time facts as presented' should l have a No. IIJ: Sheldon street, where he and his GUAIUNo
reading matter of,much interest, TITUSVILLEJu rear of Hobblns' Law Ollice FI.nhlDA.
6 h but has several good illustrations tendency to direct the attention of many wife had since made their home. t d tand BTEA: ..
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of prospective visitors to our cosy town, In DEPOSIT
( hunting scenes. We have received -
I I making their plans for the winter. Woo for Halo. $5,000
i a copy of Florida Fancies R.R. Fare Paid. Notes Taken
t We have a fine Masonic Hall ia Titus boo I-HEB COURSES : -
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from the author Mr. F. R. Smith ., .
Pine or oak, any length.. See or ad- Board at Coat. Writs Quick _
R and we will be glad to show [it tolilll' Illo, where Indian Hive Lodge No. 00, dresaJ. W. Jamison, TitiiBvllle. Fa. GEORGIA-ALABAMA BUSINESS COLLEGE.Macon.*. u
} t'' any of our friends who are interested > ___ _u__ _ __ ___ _ __ _ n _ __
s ( a in hunting. 1 Arch Masons, Friendship Chapter No A hEM AY Co

11, Order of Eastern Star; and Titusville ,

Camp No. Ill'ood"en of the World, Lorillard :Boat: Co., : A LA. Ij !
THE Daytona Daily Gazette. meet regularly
Mt i News regularly arrives at thin olllce TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
The EAST COAST ADVOCATE!: is pub. DBBANGE 1ArPA.LJ
and Is found to be quite bright and shed every Friday morning, and by a
Boats Sold and Built to Order
j I ti newsy, To run a daily paper In a glance; through Its advertising column Bought, ,
town the size of Daytona is no
you' can easily nee who we tho ptomdn
joke ; and, consequently, the tuer ant merchants of our town-men who ::ZE2n.grin.e:: : 2zzstallod MATERIAl. w

1 i chants of that picturesque town are up-to-date. citizens, and who are ask. Representative for the T,& M. Reversible Oaaolene Engine, 1)%! to 2.; horse power.

should liberally support I it with Ing for patronage.,; Head the ads. on .......
J t your The only engine/; of the kind In Florida< amid the best on the market. :
i; advertisements. .
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f, every page very carefully. ---- --- ---- -- -- -- -- - -- -
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+ ( CIIIUSnlAB J is drawing near, and be sent, free, to any part of Canada and :E3ard.vvrare.., stoves, Oil., The Ocklawaha Nurseries.Do

i l9 t i if you want to see some beautiful the United States upon application. .

t r l ;, goods, just visit the Titusville TAINTS CROCKERY, GLASSWARE ITC.

stores. They are packed with some COMING WEDDINGS. ""
not sell trees cheaper than they can be had from other urn1'"nv' '
of the finest in -
iri goods we ever saw I -,. pro-
this town. I The following Invitation U In connection there Is a certain amount of protection for Florida growers, who wan
vest
Y : with the coming marriage of Miss duce a first.class fruit In buying) trees from ns, for they can get/; ",,'

r d lIl'NTEH" on land and water are Annie Edith radillAon. a former popular they order from us. ammo"crm

''j ,' Ift I'' ; i having good time in the neighborhood resident of Tltusvllle, and daughterof / Trees Positively True t to N dme--to want' anI I YOII . !
et fit' of Titusville. Hilt bags dipt. and Mrs. It. P. Paddison, who ., come to you In first class "rnrO. !:
of are well known along the East Coast I f: You also want them free of WHITE FLY and you want BODY( fll
are dally being brought
t game ,., BUD, and GOOD ROOTS.
into town. Editor fmt Coast .t lrornle: a.t
1 i a1 Jf Our trees have all of these good points In their favor, In f.wt H"'" ?
Cnpt. und Mrs. Richard 1'orson Paddl- t l I'
1 as good/; ns :SCIENTIFIC: METHOD-* OF CULTIVATEFERTILIZATION < "
1 I .4 ti' IK you intend sending a Christ lion request t the honour of your presenceat a ;ll sii 1 1I 1L 1i CAN MAKE: TI1E (. They are the be*'. .

i i, mas card or present by mall, do the marriage,; of their daughter Annie Our new, Illustrated Catalogue, with valuable cultural note Is tn' v
I ;, not leave it so late that it will not Edith, to Mr. Joel Cook Pretlow, Wednesday '. ''I 'v ; you write ns for it ?

t. N / arrive at its destination until one the 27th; of December, at 13:

rait lI&, i or two days after Christmas. o'clock at ('uwelll'resbyterll1n church, W: CJonxxoir: : : Prop.TANUEIINF .

Point Cll well, N. C. FLA. _

ij A CHEAT many carloads. of ,, i ,, I

hr. oranges have been shipped from EditorKn Count Advocate :

i I .*, > I Titusville (his winter, and they are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred G. Weatherbee

; still going North at a rapid rate. of Worcester, Mans., announce the engagement OFFICE
t THE
,; of their daughter, Helen Leland ..JaL.: :: ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING
t 1
SENATOR J. I*. TALIAFEUKO, of to :Mr.\ L. Colby PInkerton, of Or-
i4 r
r., k ;i r Jacksonville, took the oath of office niond Fla.
n l 'Worl1zter: : : Saerdwar: 00.
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Q' a in the Senate, Washington, Tues- DOES ALL KINDS OP JOB PRINTING AT REASONABLE B1 -'
RI day.l To be married December :27th, at Eu- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.


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\i. ..NNN4 NNNNNNN..N.NNN.NN...NNN.N.. make his homo with his foster parents, Rockledge.

: Mr. and Mrs. O. X. Page, who are get. ffi

: i EAST:: COAST NE"\VS. ting quite feeble. [
l I :. Mr Tock, of Green, :N. Y., arrived I. .T. Dymook. was on tho si ok list the FIRE INSURANCE l

Thursday, and Is stopping with "(:randtua" past week.
h :. ******************** : Munson, where lie has spent his 11. V. Douglas has sold three more

k winters for twelve years. lots on llockledge avenue.

: Newsv Note Contributed by Our Regular : Mis. Bohnefold, Miss Hattio Rower Contractor Smith Is electing n very
f' : and Mr. Pock, wore calling on 1 K.: M. tine boathouse for Mr. L. )>'. I'etteo. the best protection possible at the
: Oorns of East Coast Cori'eNhondonts.1Nttttt0 .
Hughos and daughter' Miss !Minnie, ut
If you want a furnished cottage,: or
Uncle llughle's, Saturday afternoon.E.
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l ........... ............................ M. IIIIhesl1ll1! d.uightvi; Miss rooms, read the nds. In tho ADVOCATK.L. .

Minnie, and Roy Carpenter, of (Juenbaik .. F. Pettee and family, of Now York,
rr Please send all communications I Eau Gallie. Tt'nn nrilvcd'Ihtiisduy, and IIrlJ too In their co"y cottage for thud \\lntur.

and Items for publication, to "Editor, getting coolly settled in the Muirhtlvlioiise Mr. and Mrs. T.. W. Uuttenllold, prom.
for the winter. Miss NelllHiuner he Inert wInter residents of Barton avenue,
ADVOCATE, 'rltlls I11,', Fla. daughter of Rev. M. C. bruner arrived l bore on :Sunday.Mrs. .
I+xRtil C". ORO'lI'IIIIH'IAN ANI StultuxoN of Clinton Tenn came with them, and vt '
::r We cannot guarantee to publish ., : him lalllu, Kloriila.Vniih will spend the winter with her cousin, A. Mlll.tr gave musicale on Saturday x TIII
that do not reach this office before ------- Miss Both Brnnrr. Miss NVIIIu spent night at her lonldonee, which wa
items : winds' and oool went her. the winter hOle three years ngo, mid, Is greatly appiuclatvtl by tho uutlionco.
Thursday H.Will .
noon on A. U. Hodgson was at Hon vcntnre, glad; to bo back again in tho "land l oftiowers C. W. ninkoslco and fatally, of Now

Fla" this week ( and sunshine." Haven, Conn., uilived ou :Sunday: 1\11I1
respondents oblige us bywl'itlo --.-- -- are domiciled In their pleasant: homo.
the names of people and placesas Capt "sleppy In now nuchoicd In our
haibur in his yawl I KM King.: Doctors Could :Not llclh 11 or. :Miss Gertrude Mints packed -40 boxes
plainly an possible ? of In four hours on Saturday :
The Canaveral, I Is hauling/ morn shell "I had kidney double for years," Can oranges of our men beat Hint I'
this week for tho Ktipctn of the town. wiltos Mrs. Kaymoud Conner of Shol any young

Melbourne.RICHARD Rev1.. W. Walker the of ton, Wash "and the Di. could not, help] Mr, and Mis. Cook, of Norwich, N.
was guest me. I tiled I Koley'n Kidney Cure in d Y.; and Mr. and :Mis. Jock! of Austin,
Dr. :Sarah C. Hodgson Sunday last.W. .
on tho Miry lust tloso gave me relief mid 1 1 N. Y., arrived at the homo of Uanlel. LOWEST RATESin
H. Munn, of Holyoke, MlI ll., has am now cured. I cannot say too much] Holmes," on bunday
OOUDE.-Real Estate, Nntary arrived, and domiciled at his old quar for Foley's Kidney Cme." It makes the
F. Simmons;\ of Detroit Mich. AI'-
I'libllo anu Conveyancer., Agent for Anna ters. diseased kidneys sound so they will ellm ,
Uveriiiiol and LoolonalldOlohe, aorillartfordFire lived here on Kildny. ,11 r. Mmtnoim boa
Inate the from the blood Unless
InniirMnco Coinpanlefl Hpnclal attention Bible class every Sunday afternoon at poisons spent several winters pore, and U one of
paid to the Interest ut nun realtluntn. they do this good health Is impossible in
3:30: In the churah rUheituon.Jitdffo .
Episcopal on YoungStreet. our leading
bold by the Red Cross I'haimncy.Mims. .
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the pink paper of the East Coast, will be Dr. Sarah C. Hodgson's pony DUll; two charming daughters, of Del.nvaio,
received at the Melbourne PostofHce. buggy; : Is kept on the go by the recent (>", will open tholr cosylntcr cottage
epidemic of cold bore the lust week In January. ciTAZ..TON': .
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Clinton C. Toll of Waukegan) 111., Is Parties of Northern guests ate calling M1'. Jones has c\ mm ticod to grind Senator and Mrs. Dolby, of Sandy to A Walton)
here again to spend the winter. daily in Eau Gallie. In all instances cane. Hill, N. Y., were air ivats on Monday (Successor Morgan FLORID/fc.
they were in power launches. nod are stopping at Oak Cottage untiltheir TITUSVILLK' -
Fred J. Simmons and wife, of Detroit, I. Z. Kv/er visited \llIytowo: las beautiful Colonial reHkleiioo Ucom. _.
Midi.,are among the pleasant visitors at Some of our young pooulo 1 wont to week ou business. pleted.
Hotel Catleton.Mr. Jacksontlllo this week on the Veteian's ,
excursian, via the E. C. Lino. J. Hlckson, of Titusvllle, is stopping Fred Bryan, a foi'mer rosidont of South:
and Mrs. Nagel and little daughter, for a while with P. I.. Kyzer. Uockledgn, has taken n position with
the Powell Mr. and Mis. G. F. Paddison will
are nicely located in cottageon -
the Co. Fret 1 U a Him ufU..mlth"11
Telephone
Melbourne avenue. spend Christmas at Point Cnnwell X. C., P. W. Roberts iscleaninguplluegroves:
of L. C. Oliver of Jacksonville popular lIutbol'0811ll's.: Mary'
at the home of Capt. K. 1' Paddlsou.
Fred Irwin, wife and two daughters, K. llry.ui.W. ; .
and of Great nations made for Albert Nolle of Tftusvlllc, was lu-lp
the Misses' Carrie Mildred, pie) too being %
Chicago, III., are again in their Melbourne Xmas, and our several! .stores are well tug G. olio get off his crop of fruit Ian Ueveller's wife and daughter, of 4
Riverside Cal. and Mr. and Mis lifo- -
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weolc. ;
home for the winter- supplied with !goods suitable for tho .
Claughan; and two cMlditiu, of Richmond
The ladies) of the Congregational,: holidays.Tho Miss :Maggie Collinsof Tituivllle, WH Va, wee arrivals at tV hlte'A
church will hold their "hnznar" at Hotel young men of Kmi Gallio /gave a guest at Mrs. Itennon, :Saturday: .tnSunday. < cottage this week'

Carleton, both In the afternoon and dance on Wednesday last, which was .
Miss Addle Bristol) of Illllsdale, X
evening. All are invited much enjoyed by those present The W. D. Henson has nglin/ boen laid up Y., arrived, at her winter hoini', 'Thins
Italian Band furnished the muslo.
John F. Powell, wife and daughters, with a renewed attack of blood poison lu day wnolc. She !1x accumn.inioil by Mrs I .
)[lMlleAltla and Helen 1'owell, also John Com in:inder Benson, U. i>. X, was lu his ha nil Mary- Dalton! and her niece, Mrs. lloith

Robert Powell, arrived folUYallk.tn! , Eau Gallio on Tuesday last. The Captain C. J. Coggius' has finished shippinghis L. Weber, of Logan' O. Interest Paid
III.\ last week, and are again/ In their visited tho Canaveral light on hisdeparture crop of oranges, of over 8OO() ) boxes on Savings

pleasant winter home on the bluff last.for Charleston, S. U., on Wednesday from a 10 acre Icl'ove.: LMratlng 1'oloj'n Ilonoy uf\I'I'ur.

James McCoy and wife, pleasant people Mrs. C. H. Itallou is expecting he Foloy A Co., Chicago! oilginatui:
from Cloverdale, led m rived lately, Capt. Geo. Kuddiman Is pushing the i' danghter,1sfru.; S. Mendell from Uoston, Honey ami, Tar im a throat and lung Corrs.pouzi.dod:: : : Ca ttiartorly.: :
and are again/ nicely nettled for tint winter wol k Oil his new houseboat forward us to upend January andFebtuaiy with her remedy, anti on account of tlio gionmuiit ; '
In the J. II. Baker cottage. )Ir. and fast us "" ..lble. The vessel promises, to and populailty of Koley's honey
Mrs. McCoy hue been coining to Melbourne I be very meaty and comfortable. The Miss Ella J, Emnions, of New York and Tar many Imltailotm am offered 1 fur
each winter for number of hull Is notv moved In the haibor. City, who has spent the past fifteen win the Auk for
genuine./: Kolny'M honey
ters with Mr. and Mrs Huberts will arrive -
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years. Capt. Rogers is having n /good share: the 15th: of January. and l Tar all.II'ofIlHeany substitute olfeitHus We pay you to save. Bring or send us;
The time Is drawing/ near for the seventh of business from Moriitt Island. A no other preparation" will give the
annual session of tho Chautaii, <\iua great many of the vegetable are being/ The Minis Sunday school Christm same satlstnction. It IH mildly laxative your money by draft postoffice money orderor
of the Tropics held In Melbourne each shipped Irom Eau Gallie, where the E. trio will boon Saturday voniug, I>ec It contains no opiates and Is safest for
Spring. President W. T. Wells Informs C. Line has a good I river connection. :1:1: A program haw been arranged and I cliililien and I dedicate persons, Sold by your personal check. Let us keep it, foryou
'us that a splendid pitfgr.un will be will commence at 7 :::10 o'clock. Everyone ; the Ked Cross Pharmacy, Tltusvlllo' Fla
Capt. ymmnnds left for CoooIIln the Is cordially Invited. "as savings" with interest credited and
This IH chance for --- -
ready. a rare outIndian
Mattie II, on Monday lust. Tho Captain -
River people to have the Chau- ill\ take Kev. Millldge Walker and l Lust week was quite u hunting week Fort Pierce. compounded quarterly or open a checking:
tauqu brought: to them. family to Canaveral, here services will for all kinds of ,game: W. W. Billaid,
Capt. Alex: J. Goode took the following be held for the church people of that killed large turkey ; Tom Ellis, a line account with us.
friend for a ride In the launch NIkko: pulnt. buck ; Harry Roberts, a (U-ft rattler; Ton
Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Stewart and blaster' Hevila large wild I cat ; JV.. Koberts, a Rev John Blown will bold services In
Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lee The usual Christmas tree will be held fox;Jan. Prevail, 37 duck; and F. Smith, St. Andiow's church next /Himd.iy: ut 1 1
In the 1K.( church, on Highland Ave. and 70:! All "
11 quail. a. m. p. m. are oOI'dlllIy
Miss Lillie Lee Mr. Woods Mrs. Fred J. Our :: ::
This tree is gotten up by general subscription Invited. - JOPC-> ,,-itorl: ;
Simmons' Wm. Dow. Mrs. A. J. Goode
and has been an Institution in
and Master R \V. Good, Mr. and Mrs.C. Game first Furious PJghUIIJ. The many friends of Itov. Tompkins
Eau tor years, the tree being
fieaujenn and Alls. !t. W. Goode. held in the Baptist church about 11 "For seven years," writes Oeo. WHolTiu.iu are glad to hear he ho: been leturnoi 11ro Surroitn: : : loc L "toy: ;
of Harper, Wash., "1 had n to the Methodist church here for alloth"r
Messrs Fred W. Yates, S. S. Ward and years ago.
-- bitter battle with chronlo stomach and year.
Fred S. Toild pleasant from ,
gentlemen;
Snfo-g-u..n.1.c.'I: _
Rochester: Y., were guests of Hotel In 3Ia l Cliaae. liver trouble, but at last I won, aud cured W. (l. Gil more, of Jensen, wait a pleasant wary ?
Carleton this week but left my dlneasus, by the use of Electric: Hit visitor In
early on Millions rush In mad chase after town Monday.
Wednesday morning with Capt. Alex J. health, from one extreme of f.iddism, to ters. I unhesitatingly recommend then O. C. Yates who has boen for
to all, and don't intend lu the future to flsldng
Goode the launch Nikko for
good : another, when, if they would only eat the month ban resumed .
be without them In the houso. They past his former
(lobs Sound, where Mr. Tales owns n good food, and keep their bowels regular duties at P, 1'. Cobb's As for have
be.iutiful: winter home and plantation. with Dr. King's New Life Pills, their ate certainlo a wonderful medicine, to' stole. safety we fireproof vault, burglar-

bourne We hope to see these gentlemen in Mel troubles would lal1 pass away. Piompt :Sold have,cured under such guarantee a bad to oaso do the as same mine.for; Next Tuosd,ty night,: will bo election 01 proof time and combination steel chest,
ngain. for liver and atom olllcatwforthe ensuing of Indian
relief and quick cure year,
ache trouble.( 2";o at tho Rod Cross Pharmacy a yeu bottle., by the Try Ked them Croix Pharmacy. at l 50o River Camp No. M: W. O. W. All mom and in addition we carry burglarand
today.Indianola.
born are requested to bo In attendance
Merritt.The guaranteed.
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--- At H o'clock. fire insurance. All officers -

Georsiana. I Mr. Klopp returned last Saturday and employesare
duck and snipe shooting Is very :jig'it from a trip to South Carolina, In

good in the hammock. Mr. Pierce U still quite sick. Mr. and Mrs.( Urundage; of Scranton, the Interest of tin Telephone Co., hero bonded.

Mrs. Wallace and son were at the ho- I'I'., aro with us again for the winter. J. O. Milton left Sunday to accept a Withample!
tel this week. Both are from Indianola. Mrs. Myrtle Brown and children returned position with the F. E. C.
Railway.George ,
to their home In Miami buturday. Abel IIi idroth returned, Wednesday,
Mr. Drawby who is In charge,: of from a tip to Jacksonville, where lie PaddUon, of Eau Gallia I was capital,
Xovln's orange groves, reports the fruit Uncle Hughie Is shipping some very went to buy furniture for the new addition a pleasant visitor In town Tuusdty.MoCiiseof a groWing surplus an
In flue condition. fine tangerines, for the holiday trade, to bill bouse. . .
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lIIr. Isbet an.1 Mr. Kobblin, of India this! week. Rev Mr. McCall was unadle to fulfil! efficient set- of officers, a
nola, were visitors at the Klver View Mr. and Mrs.' McFarland have moved his engagement to preuehlast Sunday, "..million I" uu Kecori 9
board of directors
Into the /Smith cottage; so as to be more strong we offer
one evening this week. not being able to make connection in We do not know of u single instance

Lumber and, other material are coming comfortable.Mrs. Mrs. time-to reach here on Haturday. whore a cough or coM resulled In pneumonia you a safe place to deposit your money.
\ Uohnefeld l was calling on or when
Into Merritt dally for the erection of and others Mrs. J. J.. Crawford and brotherinlaw consumption Foley'ahoney
MoFarland ,
Mr.Sheldon's Pierce, Mrs. and Tar had been taken. It cures
cottage. Wm. Gotshall of
Scranton, ar.
afternoon. coughs and colds do
Monday perfectly, HO not
rived last for short
Friday
a slay only
The River View hotel has been Mrs. Dell :Munson and daughter: MUs but will return again later. take: changes with Home unknown preparation .
thoroughly cleaned and repaired and is friends In the which may contain opiates,
calling on -
Cora, were :1lomoltn'hor'VPo: : >> _
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now In perfect order for the winter sea- end of town Monday. Another wedding occurred In Indian which cause const Ipntlon a condl tlon that
Bon. north ola on :Saturday evening, when Rufus Dtards.. recovery from a eold. Ask for
Mrs Kato Carter and Mrs. Myrtle Thom" and Louise Smith, coloiod, were Foloy's Honey and Tar and rcfusn any Pay' You -to; Sct-vo..
The grounds and lower beds of tho Brown and children, were calling on united la marriage by Justice of the substitute' olfereil. Hold by the lied
hotel have been put In order by our enterprising friend it the north end of town, Wednesday 1'eaco Reed. Cross Phariiuicy, 'litusvllle, Fla.
and up-to-date store' keeper, of last week.
Mr. llergmaun, who haa just received a School opened on Monday, with Miss
fresh supply of seeds and bulbs from Eddie Page and family of Pine Island'Mine. Gertrude Mendel, of Mini, as teacher, JOII PUIMTIN'O: clone at thin office.

Germany. ., arrived Friday. Mr. Page will and eight scholars, most of them from --.-- ---- --- - -
hlerrltt. The number will be Increased
- by several when the chlldien from the The First National Bank

..ifN.>F4<>flasaf......st...'f'fttf'f ....................tt'f Ftf.. North arrive. Consolidated Fruit Co. ,

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i ilr. Stewart, of our Melbourne office, : Torture of a 1'reaclicr. Miami:: : ::E="' o..

The story of the torture of Rev O. I>. Distributor of-
U creating our i ... Moore, pastor of the Baptist church, ofLiarperevtlle
.. i '" '. N. Y., will Interest you. E. M. BRELSFORD, President W. H. SPIIZER, Ylce-Pres.:

lie says: "I suffered agonies, because ofa EDWIN A. WADDELL VIce.Pres. EDWIN C. ROMFH Cashier.
DEPARTMENT persistent cough, reuniting from the Fancy Oranges ,
1FURNITURE grip. I had to sleep sitting up In bod.I ,

tried many remedied, without relief,
-K until I took l>r. King' New Discovery

*-K: to meet the genuine wants, of the people, and he :: for Consumption, ought and Cold, Grapefruit and Agent gents;
+ which entirely cured my cough, and Ie Mooy RONALD & FISKE 'l'hoMtanda.rtl)
:: now claims to have the most complete line of :: saved me from consumption. A fraud 2 Cycle Engine 4 Cycle Engine<

cure fur diseased conditions of hro.it liy to II ii. P. COCOA, -, FLORIDA. U: to 300 Ii. IV
and Lungs. At the Iced Cross. 1'bar- Fancy Vegetables
House FurnishingsK ever seen on the river, : nlIOCJ; price Boo and $l.o, guaranteed ----
: :__ Trial bottle frro M11:E"I.XN"Jj: : : ] XiJN"GI-JN"I: ::: 5V='I'L.IIr5ZI4 : :: p,,

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You have beard of Angle Lamps ? : Dude County Land For H.ile. CARRY TUB: MOST COMPLKTK LIXE: OF MAUIXE HARDWARE
II CAR LOTS f.KSH: CAlC ITs:
:: OV TIIK EAST: COAST. -
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For sale, cheap, the northeast quarter Acme Xo. lu and Climax No. 0 Dry flatteries, Hwltclim, Sp.rkPlugs. Spark Coils, .
: I I !Some people call them Angel Lamp JVrlte us :: of southeast quarter of sections, township Wire, Timers, "Spark Caps, Detachable 'lerrnlnalw, Pocket Ammeter
:.18, sooth of range 41 east; close to Iran nod Iron blbowi: .
Mr. HcekefdJer.I :: Pipe, Tues, Unions, etc. Tobin Bronze Shafting Propeler
I I and we will tell you tbe Joke on O. K. Wood's pineapple plantation on Write for particular, bteenog Wheels, !Sheet: Brass" anti Copper 1 Copper, Galvanized and Wire :Jalli
:: --I :St Lucia Hher10 mores. I Write for Cata\011:1.0-:

W FEE & STEWART COMPANY east Also quarter, the northeast of section quarter 18, township of nortn-38, Walter Hawkins, Cenl.! Agt. OUR I'RICKH. ARE LOW'AND OUR. OOODH: THE BF.ST.

south of range 41 east; on south fork ofHt. --- --'" -

.*: I Melbourne and Fort Pierce. :.: .. Lncle Ether(;;"40...acre.pplJ'to. WAI.TOST, :Store 228 West Bay street, Xa \ If'lis PRESENT t : D YOl/R FRIEND A YEARVS SUB-

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'f I" f''.I\, ;II M THE MONEY IN COTTON.iMtrartlv '. Florida East Coast -

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\ I \tOlk\ I' 1 FINDI .?.."." THC RC33ERS.WUk Horn From Seeretarrr

f f' II..'..'.. TlrM..rt on Lust ,Year
' Settlettin :.IMlIc Sir) Oft and Shy
ii''; ) 'The annual report| of Secretary Hester Local Time Card No. 62. Corrected to
.1\\; J l:a;..uue*. Suet Lm it t. Sept. i 1,11)95)
of the New Orleans Cotton Exchange
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,; By n. II ItAIVL, South Carolina.
f. : j 1; I Probably tlut most expensive error issued Sept 8, contains some SOUTH-BOUND-READ DOWN. NORTH-BOUNU .

: '318 it ."I'\t;{ t usually iniiiJu by oi.r, farmers ii I tln Instructive facts lie makes the crop of 3tig nF u!J Ue
1 J' 1004-05() : l.'lr 1l!:>.1oW," Lilies, nn Increase of
1,0 $\''rl:I failure ta keep Looks that will at nny No. !>O S..O STATIONS Nn.'< rK v., \1M
\ tUuo enablo .them to tell whether tunjUOI11JJ 3o54r: ;:; >ll over" the precitlluif crop. Texas Dally Lally 1)ully I, .. I,

L I Itt'I ,;d.k t are . ; bunt.t und Indian Territory fvrnHf(' 708- -p 9 40 a Lv.. ......,..,........Jarksnnvlllo.. ............... Ar loll I ',
000 baleR of thU lacrcnso. 5 07 P U4D a ..._....&: ). Jacksonville.,...... Lv II rJ, ,
I w) Mae ut a l'I'GOt j:5J e is p loot a .. ................St.! AUItU"''''" .....,..;:?::: a 611 J p. ,
t ; or n lo-H., 'J'lioInlry .... .. The commercial V1luof the crop a 68 |P 11 34 a" ...._. .JI..U."A. ............ 4 115 I I.I Co ,, I
.1 farmer wait $W.31 per bale in against $(t1.<>8 ( QO T IQj P 11 00U a" ...... r.V.'Ea t Palm lift".............. .. 481 I ,.

c'1' last 0niP 1 1211 Ar ...............?. .Pnhttku o.. ........,....... Lv 1 le ...
k' uI'r r It with but small' year.The Up I IB 1) II Lv ....................Piilntka. ....,............. .Ar II mn I ::
'' 1 p'' 44 expense: : can : enormous crop sold for $1h! 8,- a 'as" -a on p; Ar ..................811n minG.n................... Lv -21 tll :
'' "I y f *tl1 ikcep truck of 9' ... J JI 10ii.JU.: ;: !) which was only n trifle morn c: 10( pTaTT -.O'! ti a Lv................. SII" M.An.! ................. Ar _H 2. I I'I'j I 7 :".
TTsTprla ..........,......,... ...... ;
. tljptnt than the of 1DO301\)( brought to 14eupt .......?...... 1.v 1,7 Q
.1 IdA lirnl I so.! crop : j .. ......... .. .., .. 1'1
I 8 03 1e > 47 P w PunnnlltiDupont ......_......,... 1H r' )
.f 7I tins eiut of .... fnrmri4-*tl17.J il.5-J.S. rtOv 10 p li: 6t p .. ... ... ...... ...........?, ...... .. 371'1' "J',1." '
t iIL lio .. .- The highest figure reached, for mld- 841 p 1 201> ::...... ........ Ormond ,...?........?? :a s lu ,, 4 ,,0 ...
: each( month 8 6J |I 1 30\ p' :. ....-.M..,........Daj t ina.................. 8 06 p; i 17 J
J r ono\ ilotcriulni tiling was 113-10 cents In September fl 111 I> 1 Bl p y...?........Port Orange.........,....,.. J 311 I /Ie .
F Bat only the at the opening of (the season The low tfj) 9 M i> 2 10 |> Ar ................Mevr Bmyriia, ........,......... .. 2 3 Up 1'1 il II 0 ,
C: lU -8 44 1' Ar .................. t o HnlNn.. ............... Lv i2 411 -0 0
( '11 0 ,
profit or I Iowa( est wu i'c. 2 ). 10 89 a 8 05 p' .....?.. .OruiiKo city ............?,.. .. h 81 I' 6"01'; "t
I thnt he hoe. icul- I The average value per \pound for tho i: 10 48 a 4 OO 1) .........Orange City Junction......... .. !22 ..EL a 45 :

Y zed from bli crop) Just past wag 8l S-10O cents compared I 9 p6'j Lv.... ...........Movr Hinyruii.,....,.......... I.v 2 201'1-4 n
10 UO I)I 2 ei p 11 ....._...........Oak 11 111.............. ... 1 U I tl
herd hut the with 121:>.100 cent for last! V 4 V 108 I' 8 80 p Ar ... .............. TUII..III". ...........?..,... :: 1 Up 8 ((1(1.11( a .,

1t profit or lOll year. C 7 D as--. AI' .........?...... Sanford ............._.. I.v uu i 10 ( en
) f' thnt lip has rcnlizcil Flunrlnur the Present Crop. o ........... 10 OIl a Lv.................... Hgnfnrtl! .,................ Ar ...... ., 9ep W()( ,1 C9
on Four Each Week . 10 1iiiP8 8iTp Lv ...M_......... TUusvlllo............_.. Lv 1.5-li 7"(1" 0
)r I on ouch niiImnl Let us now make a few estimates on . Sailings w .1. 18 p 4 ODD .. ?..._...............OnaoAUookleiltf...................... .. 12 84" J Il'(' ::
o M" i In tln )honl.rrobiibly the present on the basis!! of 10) 1.0 11 22 p 4 13 p .. ...._.......M "............_.. 12110 I' J .o.,
I crop lIS, It 8.1 p 44 p ..._........Eitu. Oallle.....,....,?..... .. J1 n 1 H .-I.]
;It1 S moHt cents to leurn what the entire crop will\ BETWEEN JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK. to) iaos a 4 84 p .". ..........."...Molbniirno...,.......?_.... 1119 II 1 Il:j 1
i IalryniPii can nt bring to uu. when marketed. Last 12 81... 887 p ...__...._ Sebastian. ...... ?...".. .. 11''"4 a ]J 13t
d { 1 B end of 'II'hmonth I I Iit 1 81) a B 29 p .. ._..........:.St. Luol.......?....,,... .. ]011 n j w' 'I I _.
the { III I j jI year's bumper crop, nelllnn( at about 1 0 both ways) W'" 1 m a 6 40 p .. "...?....._.Wort rierce......?..,....... .. 10 16 i I. 1 I ::
yy 4, eKllllluto it I" brought to the south ; () C a IK a 7 09 p ...MM........ Tlbbala: ......?.....?__ .. 91111" 11 .I
$ ? en
the cost of food I cents t2S,0p-! Cafllteamshietoin the Coastwise Service "5::: 3 23 a 7 12 .pT .. ................... Eden...?................ .. 0 20 n II I.
rt I 000) In round numbers A 10,000,000 The Fine t a an a 17 p ,. ...?...... ...... Jno8An. .m... .......? .. \I n. 11 Ii'' ,
and lobar for III F'' e eI eU bale this. season's estimate if I'r 1 .dN tin month 'iiidIn crop Southern Lines. <1 8 OH a 7 /BO pSlip .. ..:.........,._ Hobo Mound..........??? .. 812 II ''fJ I >0
{ ? sold at 10 edits will bring us only The Clyde New England and 8 87 a '. ...._......want. Jupltor..West .. ...........,.. S 2' n I" ,0
I 1 4 ( I thin way tollwlu'tlKrthcynro I $:'iOOOUIIOOO. Direct service{ Between 55 404a 8511' .. ............. Palm Jjo Ch..?.?...... .. 741a1 "I l t ,0 .a..
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1 + 1 48'Ja R 14 p _................Boyntou......,........... 7 1111 II I I. ..
\ 'I' i '" Vnhilnj the crop) ot 11 .uttr-lIIlnl. Jacksonville Boston Providence and all Eastern Points ... 4 43 a 112R I' .. ..._.....M........Delrny.Fart ..................... .. 116 It: ,0'' Co
. nt'f; 'f JI I.iJJ1!!: U maklIIOl'IIHln! ; I u 1 0 87 a 021 p ...-........ Lntidurdale......... .. 6 U II "I I j
]!It.1) ;!: il11'HJ I lint 1 that MILK; HC.U.KS. I mum fixed by the farmers' organizntlonsthe ( both <*- B 411 BB 03004a I' .. ...?..?,?...?.... D..nlll .................... II 1'') ,n tl "al,, I
) money short crop will bring $."50-:; (Calling at Charleston! ,.S.. .C.. .,... ways) DA a p .. .................Hallnudnlo.. .. .?........ II M ; '4 I V 1
I il in no roiiHon why there should not he noiiMtant HEMl-VVfcEHLY' ' .,.u.*......to i 3 6 14 a 107 p .. :..........._Lemon Clty.:.......?. w... .. II r4 "I ; ga" I .
r (' lookout for lonkH beoiumo 0110 000,0H( Honthtiound... .... . ... .... .... .. , .. . ... . .. ... ... .... .from Lewis Wharf Boston 03 6 85 a 1116 p AI' ..................... Mlnml.................?... t.v 6 2' ai 7 t7)1Uy ,
Northbound . .. . . .. .... . .. .. .. .. .. .... from foot of Catherine Street Jnckftonvill.. -
l1npro/ll"bl./ | cow In the herd Inid fur distributed J
( I. nO\IESTEU: ) EXTENSION'< x YSun.
better bo sold ut t beef prices than kept
concerned! In the growing! and marketing River Line. !Sun.! ,
Jn tin herd, to reproduce her kind nnd Clyde St. Johns -
,ntlninilly reduce the profits of the of this year's ('rothe\ millions of a ao a ?......... Lv....?.?.?......... MII\ml ........??.?..?.. Ar ._......... -8 .10 '
t y .dalry.y men women and children ou the farms BETWEEN: JACKSONVILLE AND SANFORD. lU 80 a ......_.. Ar ?..?,.?..?....DoIIIPe.a., .._?...?... L. ............ 1 00 I IN..17 I'

a lit k, II Ity the use of the milk Hciili-s the and plantations of the south the earnings Stopping at !Palatka Astor St. Francis, Herenforil (UcLaiul), and intermediate land- =

it, ( b Milk sheet and the Ualicock test tho of (the Individual grower would InK on the St. Johns River, cnuimenclOK Wednesday, November 151005. N... "3 No. .1 No. 10 Dally ]lA YPOnT nnANCII No. 114 N... 20 S.. "'.
not warrant any .sense of exultation or a 14..a. l4"n. Dally 11x. Da11Y Xnn
.tlalryiiuin cnuull out every uiiprodtulle Itauch and STEAMERS "CITY JACKSONA'lLljK" and "rUElVJC DellAUY"are Ural Y OalT Sun. Only Lally
Ii niiliinil from I the herd. with but lit. purse proud tl'f'lIl1/of.-'rf"XIIK/ aiipnjnteil to null an follows! Leave JuckHonvllle dally. exoept Saturday at 3.30 p. m. ReturnlUK - - -
pj v ." ; I b tie trouble and cxpeiiHe' and at the Farm. leave Sanford dally except /Hundayn! at 9.30 a. in. 200 P 1010 a II 00 p 820... Lv ...?..r..luon\'lIIfO........ Ar 1 45" 12 30 I' --0: '
lllll) I Iii 2 V8 P ]018 a II OS P 2A.. Ar ....Bo. Jackeonvllle..._ L. 7 81 a 122J p s :
.same thnn determine\ ut the end of 8l1utl.lIouno1, Nnrtbound 2401) 10 all e S 40( P able .......Pllbln Beach....... 7 05 a 11 110 I) It 4 ',c', I
A Good Old AfrntiKeiumt.An 8CHEDULE
{ p n'p mouth what bis total profits are. Read down head up. 2 'II P \06 A 8 45" D 0{ a" ......At/.ntlo. 1I..ch.?... .. 7 110 a tia: a 4 fO :
t p *ntu: Iowa harmer tells. of n feeding Leave a 311 . ... .. .... .. . . Juckonvl7T . . . . .......... .. .. \rrlve 2 00 a. m. a 00 P 11 10 a 7 00 p 9 20.. .. ...?....iI1"yporc......,.. .. II 4.:1.: 11 80 a, 'SO t 0
jra( 4V t. The first cut shown milk scales, ruck he has used, ninny years for feeding Leave 845 p.. m.m. .... .... .. .. . .. .. ..- ...l'lIlatka . . .. ... .... .. .... l.eave 8 CIII'. nt.In.. -
I1 :which will cost .roin $3 to $1 nnd Leave 31M1 a.I p III. .... .. . .... .... . . .. "'Mtor . .. . . .. .. .. ... ..... IAIIve 3(' I). --
hay and fodder to cattle. He says 'Leave ..30 a. 10. .... .... ... ... . ...8t.l..lIeI8. .... . .... .. .. .. Leave. 200p.mLeave. PENINSULAR AND OCCIDENTAL STEAMSHIP
should bo Bti-'iH'Milcd In u cOllvl'nlelltphl'o he would not trade for many of the .. . .... .. .... . ..ltoe lorvl (lh""I1) . . . . .. .... ..... .I.eave. 1 80p. III. CONNECTIONS AT h11A1 II.
J) I nenr where the milk 1 I..* received' Arrive II 30 a. m. . . .... ........ .. .. ..... . tllmforrl, .. .. .. .... . . .. .. ..I..ve \\I m.
t the On the dial of thescaled newer kinds seen on some' farms. It la Arrive 10:00: a. an... . .. .. ... . . ... .... .. .Etiterl.rlse. .. .. ... .. .. ... . .. Leave 1000... m.
from iilln.:
] made of logs, as shown In the Illustration :! Close Connection Made at Miami with Steamships of the P. & 0. S. S. Companj For

*I lit n hand, or Indlvater, that run and-Js never getting out of repair Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice. 122 W. Bay Jacksonville.
v ,! be adjusted by a thumb screw Though/ HAVANA AND I KEY WEST.
{ the of Rcalex of thin klud F. IRONMONGER: JR..t.. Oen. Pass.. Ajtt. 122 Went Bay Jacksonville. Fla.
''tk PIh capacity W. O. COOI. It. Jr., Local. ""rt.Altt. Jaokmrnvllle. O. P. LOVEf.L Superintendent Jacksonville.
: 'r usually ranges( from thirty to sixty {"Tout Hogan at..Iarknniivllle" Fla. .
i A.O. IIAOERTY. Oen'l Eaut'n I-BHU. Ai.'t. New York nYDIS Mir.XK, Gen. Frt. Att.(; New York. Thus. Time Tab','. show the times which train may boexpncted tonrmi, ut.iml, icwm
; j1P1 I r pounds tho fuco whowH only tenk TIIK!: ). U. KIKK, ieneral. Manau WM. I' CI-VDK: CO.. <) iiemL Asents.Jlienelirounti from the several ctatlnna but their arrival or departure. at tho tlmes. Stated 1- I t, .iri .rn.tft'
k poiindH nnd, ouch pound H Hiibdlvldfd ((; liiilldlnir, U State St., Opposite, Battery Park New York. nor U thla. Company to be hold reaponalblo for any delays or any couaequoucun arlnlog th -ilruui'!

+ l t Into tenths The Indicator tdumld be -,-- C. )[. WALTON. Agent Tltusvllle!' Fla.

will Rtand nt 0 __ _. _ .. .. . . .. .
: adjusted HO that It HOG FEEDLNQ KACK. __ __.___u_ - --- For Copy of the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Information
itl luarlc when the empty pall M hanKlnif) nor torn down. The lower part of It Is '

on the scales. made) about 10 by 24 feet being two "SEE THE TICKET AGENT."

; f 4 j ,11 Where! nerornl milk pullH are used. It logs high on "sides, !!! over which the cattle Atlailtica B'y.The

q', will bo neresHnry for them all to weigh reach to get the tiny or fodder. J. D. RAHNER Asst. Gen'l Pass. Agt., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

1'a the niiine, RO as to use the Maine aoiiluH. Then Jogging In about two feet an

,1! Tills cnn be done by imlng nil! palls of upper part Is put In !several! logs higher Line from Florida. Coach Excursion ticketson Effective June 3, ]00."). The schedule figures for the Maypnrt Branch and
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4 ; I the same size! nml make and, l by> ruu- and the raclc holds two good loads of Great Through Car Ilomohteail Extension a 8 shown ou above timetable, has been changed ackhtliinnl
i 1 sale TuoHtluvs and Thursdays In November.
nlnK a little Holder on the bottom of which the sketch\ vice between Jacksonville and niul the service
bay. The one from trains being put I Into HOt May port,

ri h1i' ? each. which\ cnn bo scraped) down until As was taken has been III use for many TO TIII3 KAST. between Miami and homestead being reduced to one train a day each way leaving!!
the
they all weigh exactly sonic
Ibo pull thnt contains tho milk from ;years and 1 1Ft still quite serviceable. Over Its own rails to Savannah, Charleston Richmond and Washington thence Miami 8 a. m., and returning leave Homestead 1 p. m., arriving Miami\ :2.lO:: p m..

' each) cow 1 III carried to tho can It should via the Pennsylvania Railroad. For correct. Hchedule see any Agent of the F. E. C. Ity., or for pocket lme-
Crop.
11 t I first be hung on the scales and while The Apple to bo card address the A. O. P. A.Southern.
Moderate If not small appears,
( hanging there the weight (which Is the TO THEVKST.. . . .
for the apple -- -- --- -
tho general conclusion\ i'be Louisville & Nashville, via Montgomery The Mobile & Ohio II. K.
y'trlI'I .weight of the milk, not including the crop from the very uneven outlook reported -
444 pall) dhould be recorded) on the milk sections. of
various apple
In the
STI AIUSIIIl'.
EAST VIA
TJIK
' ; .i sheet which la tacked on the wnll )JnBA1IOUCK TO Railway
ry' tbe country. Via Savannah and Ocean Steamship Company for New York Phlladeldlila Bos

i lyti ct '+ ton. Via Norfolk Steamer to New York Washington and Baltimore. Via Savannah
and Merchants' and Miners' Transporttalon Company for Baltimore KFFKCT1VK!: MAY 2$, 1OO5.:

All Run Qownr81t11 aud Philadelphia.
r Two Veotlbule Trains E..t.. Ko. 341 No. 20 NORTH AND WIf.: \ ui'

TO KEY WEST AND HAVANA. Lv .1..ckKouvllle.. . .. . So Sly U loa. 7 sap J.v Jack8ollvUO. Flu. . .. I" H' i';'
Lll I.v .. II4cu. 104op LvJesupia.. .. .. .. .... . .. i1311LvSavannah ...
A Via Peninsular: Occidental Steamship Company. .... .... ... .. .. " 12i1r, 121nll ArMacon> {.Ja. .. ... .
1 Ar Columhla. . . ... . . .. " 611II1' d (Pea' Ar At antis. ..
I i, + (' is a common expression Ar Charlotte. .. . . .. .. . .. 10 2111' 9 tea .Ar home. (la. .. . . .. Na
Connection Made at Jacksonville for all Points Ar lmenhoro. .. .. . ..... .. " t 1:11.: 12 nip Ar Ulliton. (I....... .. .. .. .. . . Ia
ArlJI1nvllle ..... .. .. .... .. 221.S1"p. Arl"hllttullllulCaTonn.... . ,
ll rd i l : :t j we hear on every MILEAGE TICfI TS. Ar:" 'ti Tim,m I I. ... ... .... ...u. u _6-/1"10_/ __6"1" Ar Ar1Inclnnatl.tI faxln I y ... .... ............ ... 11.\. VtV)
'
I" i 'I 1 t I I I'' '- : ___ side. Unless I there is Interchangeable mileage tickets Rood over 13,000 miles of among: the princi- Ae'harlottanvllle."j' ;\: :::: ::.: :: :: :: : : : lap:: Uuulnuat/U.: / . ......... ......... . lilgl t II t:1 1isa

1 1 1l sale the principal Ar w'axhingtmi .. . .... .1 !It /Mla 11/11'1'/ ArCJncalCe.lII __ ..
by agents.
organic trouble the condition pal railroads In the southern states, are on Arl l{ :some; For reservations and Information apply to agents of the A. C. L., or write, At West .IIII..dell'hl.. .. .. " 141\1) 28111' Ar.htcBlCo.III. ... .. .... __ .
P I 9 -- W. D. STARK Trav. l'nss. Agt. Ar New York. . . .. .. " 41ip: Aida. eln..lnnatl. U.... .... .. . (: II)1, ) VVS
A
remedied. Pass. t. ,
( can doubtless be FRANK C. HOYLSTON", Dl t. - Ar Chicago. lit . .... .. ... M.utn",
las: West Bay St., Astor Bulletin, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. No. :U-" ew york and Florlda. .:xpro..." . . ... ... . .CH 1'O ft
.: P lIACJIINE.arm'lI Your doctor is the best adviser.Do H. M.\ EMEK&OX, TratHo Manager. W. J. CRAIG, Gen'l. Pass. Agent. Tallyl'ulhnanfrawln. .' Ho"...Bleeptng cur l'ort A"rntedn(1IIetn"I1.tI ...0.. .... .. .. .. . . v".
I P WILMINGTON N, C. Tampa and Jacksoovllie to Dew York. Ar 1)etrolt. Jlllch. ... .. .. .. I'll uNn

tt reach from tho scales Tho pull not .dose yourself with all .. -- -- -.-. .. -.. --- .--- ..- - ---- -. ---.--- ------- Dally: .SOo.31\-"Wa.hlnl\ton Pullman Drawing: : Room Florida Sleeping. J.lmlt.Car. : -{ -lulnnatLu.... .. ... . pa-y, '.","" ,ds T
In then emptied Into tho can and the Jack..on..lletoNewYork. Arl'IttsUUrgPa-----------

1 )t ' milker A hand In ready tester to, or begin Babcock the next machine cow. kinds of advertised remedies- SE:: :B<> ]fiJ{ ) Through_: "TilE_- LAND OF TilE SKY" l No 30 Ar I.v 1..V r(1.ex(1nr.nnatl'Irveln1d l n.. tau. .n U I..y...................,.... .. . )IIIIr t1'F e 1.10'I'I

t ti with complete outfit for testing bout get his opinion. More than likely l.v.r..ck..vII. e..I..a..... . .. ....SO. Ry Abp! l Arl..mIKvlllo. Ky..... . .. .. y
' milk and crenm, can bo purchase] AIR LINE RAILWAY.FOR r.v Bavannnh 011. . .. ........ . .. .. :: :: 12 Inn. Ar St, lusts. Mo. . ..:. .
need a concentrated fat food ArColllmhta.8. C. . . ... .. .. .. SOva Ar-nn--ls- Allt.. .. .. *
from any creamery supply company you Ar A.h..vllle.N.I1.... .. .. .. .. . .... 1 mop) .Lrlllr"lnll.'ham.Al . .. .
... .. ... ..... .. ,
for $0( or $10. Arlint Spring.c.C. 98rp ArMeniihlsTent...... .
--- to enrich your blood and Stone Ar Knnxvllo.) 'fenn. .. . . .. .. .... R l IN'I) Ar Kansas ('Ity. 1110.. .. .. .. s a
ArJ.nnl..III.. . .. ... .... ... . ... 88"1 -
.
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SAVA AH, COLUMBIA, CAMDEN SOUTHERN TIMES, RICHMOND, Arltt. Louts .. ........ .. ....u.. . IMp Dlamnhls1'eml. .. .. .. .. ti...
+ I.nlB Fail 1'lowlnlr. up the system. ArClnclnn..II.O .. . ... . . ..... Q.'CC: 810.1 lint !tprlnll"' Ark -
i i1 i Late In thu fall when the weeds have WASHINGTON", BALTIMORE rniLADELPIIIA, NEW YORK, 1"0." 13-"The Florll TAmltt'.I' .Doh.. u1Bulret V I}(
"; 0. ')"-Dally PnllmAn IJrawlntt Room and .
matured( there lit 1 probably uu great advantage .t'.Uhnle tram thron"h day rna'I1
II
Bleeping Car bvtween Jacksonville and ell... J"'kll"ivllle r. "
In turning them under. In fact,, Scott's Emulsionof Clncl nnatl man tletplnK &t
Trains . 1)rawtnglflwm. "'
there may bo lL'n advantage In le.ivIng . Two Elegant Dally between No. 13-l"nllmno.lacksonvllie IIlrmlntthAl' tlExrelleut I 'iulf

the wlulor : Ulning Car Rervlcs Kansas and Colorado; tl'rille
1 tho laud unplowed City
( since the stubble and weeds will Cod Liver Oil Seaboard Express Seaboard Mail.

I. mlch the snow and thus Increase the ARRIVALS AT JACKSONVILLE.: : ,,,.
supply of moisture In the noil. But with From New York Washington, etc-No. WaithlnKton and. Florida Limited1
1 'c i n wet spring hits factor may work to MODERN PULLMAN EQUlPM NT From New York 'Wanlilngton, eto-No.33. ""'...llIngtcn nd Florida Express', U
j if such food in its best form.
just a From Ashevlllu Uiulted"
Cincinnati eto-:(o 20, "Waahington and Florida
aT llsadvnntnge.. ONLY UN E Operating Dally Through Sleepers Jacksonville to New Orleans From Chicago Cincinnati, A Atlanta eto.-No,14, "Florida. Limited"T. .. .. ., .
I As u rule, fall plowed laud gets intoworkable It will build up the weakenedand
condition earlier than spring/:
For Information and sleeper reservations call on any Agent . O. :J.a"USX3i:. Dlst. rasa. Agt.,
j Showed land and may be planted ear wasted body when all ,
t ;1t'1t''t Her III tho spring) ; also It Is usually\ Seaboard, or write 108 West Bay St., _. Jacksonville. fi"1'

1 { Voxalhle to plow the land Into in the other foods fail to nourish. If A. O. MACDONELL.: As t. Gen. Pass. ARt. S. C. BOVLSTON, Pass. Agt. --
1I fall, whoa it Is lu better condition for 8. II. MARD\VCK. P. T. M., Washington D. C. 'W. H. TaYLOE. (L F. A. VTHW
to ;.C, plowing than It may be early In their you are run down or emaciated. JACKSONVILLE FJ.01UD.FOLEY'S .\. HUOOKSVIOItOAN- A. O. P. A.. AtlanU. (la.

I tj ")lr1nl(. With the land always In good give it a trial t it cannot hurt
condition for plowing early In spring, !BO YEARS' -r

R would often prefer to leave the grain you. It is essentially the best EXPERIENCE 1

111; a II stubble IfI'oullllIl1plow11 In the fall,
I { ;. plowing as early In the spring! as posMlblo possible nourishment for delicate

4 \ ; following the plow with the harrow
/ ) InvitationsPRINTED
P 1 r or perhaps with the subsurface children and pale anaemic girls. r Visiting Cards and

f packer (lu order to compact the soil HONEYIHDTAR
We will send a sample free.Be .
M. you
h"I1.-\
I''i'i and prepare n (trot send TRADE MARKS
) Ten Kyck: In Kansas\: )Farmer.II DCSIONSCOPYRIGHTS
f Prevents Serious Results r &c.An.enw.enhtng .
lure that this picture n nkotrh and de..t1>tlon nmv.iNH'tiiin .
IJ'r'd; I'rollln In leilln Ear: Corn. : In the form ot I..bell. on From a Cold. qul'kly h.lnn...IK pmhithl our pnivnuihl"plnli' .n free O'nninitmlriw w ether .n .

d The results of u nveut western ex- ; \.mlppcrof every bottle thm..lctl.d.h'.h'l.| HANDBOOK on Pol.nta.e. : AT-
: -
t ' Emulsion Remember the name (rrs (iI'b"4.gIc' fur ."unna |>itt nt..
I, porlmcnt In frtttpiitnir: steers arc HCIutrlklnjr .. l of you buy. fulfill taken through Munn A C o. r.Celr.pMai .
4'' : "r' to make It appear' that tinXrluJlii :i. I Folty'a honey and Tar. Insist natict, without ell"..... lathe

1s + t! r, ; of poiti\ for fi'OtllDK choloetwoyoarolil { -: : ,!i SCOTT & BOWNE upon having the genuine. Scientific: Jlm ri\U1.,
utiHfs. iluriiiff! the winterDOII
,',: } Chemists Thr.. .I!<.. .80, BOO, 1.00 A handsomely flln.trstaw..klr.. lJineulMlioit ....t rtr-
i
ya a1t ', of fceilltix! ('!U' corn. were fully twice 1 -- 409 Pearl Strict, New York Foley Prepared Company.only. Chloaao.llctl by sari: four gCo.8"New niontha 3$UMUNN gold brail' hewdralers.York THE ADVOCATE JOB PRINTING OFFICE

a,* !law 11" thoso neoureil lu teething
1_ hI / ) 't'+ I cornmeal or corn uiul coil meal. "a" JOc. and ?l. All Druf iats 1"K Cross Pharmacy UrMicb uifle*. ,iB5: F SU,Washington C.


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EAST COAST ADVOCATE, DECEMBER 15 1905 1

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JACKSONVILLE.AVINDSOR rhTglit lie consolidated and huts\\"() :\na.uouItY; .
ROADS} AS CJVILTZEUS
or more teachers In the same building! ---

---- will cause our state to
Better schools
Hotel Bellevue MELBOUUXK FLOKIPA.
HOTEL . EFFECT OF I PROVED HIGHWAYSON fill up with n better class of people ,

JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST AND TI.OUlnA'S GOOD CITIZENSHIP. and nt n much more split' rate than Swill A healthy. winter rcsoiton hlli) pine land, over-looking Indian River.

LARGES AND BESr YEA N-HOUSDJlIOTEL,! without them. Rates: fj: and upward per dory special rates per week or season.

Rill of Poor li>Mil. I'ontrniMvil. Mllh SUCCESS OF OILED ROAD3.HOTT -Write for rates to-

it the. Itrnellta the Obtained Xlnnilurit Front of MuitkludCun (..oodOneshew l C.Hf.>rnti>-IHttli -..T.. lime IlcvnUonrllfpil ManAM K. M. CAMPBELL, R. W. CAMPHELL,
C'ruilo Oil.
lir '
Manager. roprlotor,
He Hnl.v.l. The sprinkling of roails with crud ---

Jndgo;: John It. Scott, who recently oil: IM no lo..;ei' uu os; erliueiit 111 S.mtaCnm -
nii/i\Mom: N. C.
rend a paper: on "flood Roada and Hood: county, lu CiiUfoi'ula.: according ,
--- --
Citizenship":: before- the Ores"; good! ''I to Ht.ll'nll'ul:4II"co: t,> the Wntsonvlll

1 rondo convention IIt'hlat til'ant'* I'H".. Itcrfi'ter: by Supofvisor .1 I. ,\. Llnsoot IUI/r.MOUE\ :N. C.

Ore., said: In part' : Tho high; vsye treated during the las Kenilworth Inn
i :--I1 All ASIIBV1M.K.:
Tlii-ro la a ,great effort being/ nvido! year anti more are the 3rlmmer road,

throughout the rnlted States to nils: the road hi the Mrltou district! the

the standard of citizenship of the ludlrldiml. HufthcM/ or Andreas road, near the OPEN THKOUOIIOUT\ ; VKAU.

: ( The greatest B.><'ii i ctiuuot come beach, the 1.11 I'kln1111..,) road nod thKlrkpatrlck

from our effort* towaru individual! I do-' road. EIKIAU: H. MOOItK[ :, Proprietor.

r,'IoII>IIII'lIt unli", WO li.Ui1 nice,\ dtceiiii The largest. quantity of oil used: 10

mingle om with the( ol'n! : ;'_ II !N IMIIIIHII the mile linn been LT.t! barrels!. niul IIIamallest \! -
l-'i I : barrels. tho Litter N'KW' YOltlv.
niiturp to hI' soma ble ltd 1 t i d I Imiliiipfwcil 10 --.. -- -
iiimnllty being; applied\ chlelly -- -- --- -- ---- -- -
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I I
roads fur the purpose" olaj
/
( 7 'Irg! the d.....!. It tietiii\ found cheaper) )
Hotel
i 7' a 1 to ties oil tlian water. The oil until hacii Marlborough

flu touts a barrel. Tho IUOIIPJcomcx ,

out of the general fund ati thorn llioiulway, :illth and !7th< Streets, Now York.

DODGE A: CULLKNS, OWN'EUS\ : AND TROPIUETOUS. luis: not been Miilth'lent money avallabio -
Completely, Renovated and triiiiHfxiined In every depaitnient Mont! centrally -
In the road district fund for thpurpoio. (>
located hotel on lli-oail.wiiy EI.KCTKIC; MUIITS( : and 'lEI.ICI'IIONK
The total mini In the road ills.
West Bay and elarSlreellt" In OV1I'10"11I In the house.
WESTMORELAND.. HOTEL 1 trlct: fund last year wan' lf!>,3CH( and 1 It EUROPEAN: PLAN.100( Koonm. SIM( linlh' rnoms. Rates: :$1,1:50 and upward -

I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. t: tr was us 'd for other purposes.Mr. . without, bnth.. >;J 1 and upwind with hut Ih. Parlor, b..dl'oonln.1\ bath $3

I.lnscott\ has charge of supervlsurhtl and upward.. Pallor, t.wt"lwtll'unmlllul American plan Centrally located.! Just built and opened -
district. No. 4. Ho mild: "Th MVJCEXEY-riKKNKV\ : IIOTKr COMPANY: \ ,

this season. Fine cooking and good. t.ible. Hot and Cold Water application of oil to roads naves thc J<:. M. T1EUNEY; l\ana-or.,:

roads, lays> the dust bud prevents washIng ,
wiA' u - -
Five minutes from wharf All .e --
Baths, Elevator oto. any or depot. from whiter ruins. It buts. I.IIM.'OItbtll'l'o .

a.eet oars pass tho door. ]fates $::1".. to *:J..">0 per day. 10 ..rE l"IUIIII'lIlllolllt and has I proved T:: == A T O..i.a

a complete HIIPCCHH.. Tho oil him worked .. .. X1.1 V
km. A. J. WALKER, Propilotor. u Heiulbltumlnous[ Hiirt'iicu un I the roadsIn

: niOMt hmtances. where thero I Is couslderable '

The New Travelers Hotel JACKSONVILLE FLA. K'M. _tF -I. travel the effect 1II'II1Lt"f'I'Y;.
r. - -- --0. HUtlrtfuctury. They look HUo bltiitnlnous

-On the Amerlcivii and Europeifi" Plan- HAUL \\OA1> TO TI1AV EL. r ):adi. SELFLOCKINGFr

Under new l1uh.LlternAnt Newly fninlnheil 'nod lenovated. A plotisantfamily the companionship" of 11I14"'" fellows.Deprived ""'J! llI'elOW turnplkhig\ ," lie coutinned '

home. Katnu: American I'lnu il.OIlIWcl: $::1 50; European, i Gnats) of thU I pleuiuro, an nuiiiy; lire "tho l'OIl,1 at Freedom, gravelIng ,

and up. All cars form Union l Station stop at.. the door. who llvo la tlio final district u, they becoiuo It, and will\ water the center bud

II. W. HANCOCK put oil on the sides. Tho fowlers pro
Piopiletor.
1111.1mo'o
dlxMatlfllied: / with country life
The beautifully located: 1 Riverside i Hotel at (lreen Ou\e :S .I lags. Is under tho to tliu towns bud! cities. U It to! for to have It that way for tho presentIIH T .A.CKLE: :

same mamiKomeat. bo wondered, tint m. many boys 1111.1gh'l tliero, will not( l be ao. much trig mule .
the wlivcM lu heavy 1111 uHlig. '1'IIITUaro
leave their country homes amt 1.\0\
lot roller of road: In d'strict'! ; No. 4.
to lli> city im Noon as they become old
New Hotel Windle JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA. and It Is Intended to treat all of then
enough to [uifiik away from homo tItiYOur : :=
1 JI!) East Forsyth Street. bll.1'uIIl,. prevent' the women with oil, where( water (cannot\ (' got

an 800111>1 funds can l>e procured, far
and from drlvliiK out
Center'of City ; cool, airy looms; rut-duns In all appointments. The )best our young people! the purpose."
mid inhiKlIiiU/ together us they should
$2 to $2.i O American plan house In tho city. Open all 1 the ,'eu: European hi order to develop the nocl.il fUlo of

plan $1 per day: one parson. Kite )bun from, trains and 81('Ilinohl lilt, Year their\ natures that IK HO cHHPnllal Informing EARTH ROADS
the moat useful bud wallruultdol --
all car linos. :Special 1 weekly rates. C. SMITH: Pi'op. After Ilfluv Properly C..I..I
life. If taw women who live In They Mutt 1.1Currii I.ar. Is. a now nntl'Ollt Invention, as It Haves time, money and labor. It wllT
the \! to wait for Uielr law-
('ollllll'yI'
ST. AUOITSTINK. bands to hake them calling, their cnllii Thu fact that ate li.ivo be-i, builijinii, work 1I01'17.nntnlly11'81.10 down' or nt any angle. It Is Imposiilblo for the rope
roads In one tWin dud 11"' "hl'l' since
-- ----- - - would I be few and fur between. The to slip when locked, and no lever or lilgger/ rope nttiichmt'Ot U used In this de
our country \\ .11 t first! opened up uni
long winter evenings should be, the !butt 0 today but\ a tory small percentage vice. Those. In only ono rope\ to hauls, lower and lock the torn, anti It la Impossible .
incut pleasant tliao of tho111' uponthin
farm; It Mmild be the time fur so- of them that may 1m called I"'l"1JI1I1II'nt \ for the rope to Juin or chafe, mid hero I nothing/ to* get out of order
roads riakes: It ('tdent that I It
clul and mentnl Intpro'etatent. Literary la this oilglnal tncltle! Mock.
before the earth!
HOTEL
ALCAZAR ST.-AU( USTINK. will 1m mull) yearn'
and Hoclnl gatherings should be road. teases to be, days. C!ood l lloails May bo seen nt the) AHVOOATK ollli'c TIMisvllli ; or J';. 0. Painter & Co., nail S
had, adding )both pleasure and !liu
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1.lltllzlue11 earth roadhcn It U 11. Hubhnid) >fe Co., Jacksonville.WaltonYinton .
irovemeat that would l do much to
[
properly) constructed and clrainiMl; l.i: u
make content with
our young people
good road, but to I Keep It goo 1 reimlnHcoiiHtaut ..
country life. Our bad road prevent to
caru and attention.I It U
a large dcxrce thU being done. If the
Now Open people III the rural districts were to quite out of the u.ucHlnu( think that
.I iE.JOS. -
have an opportunity of mingling, together a road once built, will take euro of It. Patent Roller Bushed Sheaves
self. lu oriler to lend up) to building
frequently, contentment and
atone roads coimmiulilcH should I I llrsgive
prosperity would conio to many n
the dirt road
attention to
farm home that IH now ruined liy ells- proper -- -- -. ---
GREAVES boles should ho estillilNhed' and litho I
P. Maii cord and Our
gcr. poverty. young people\
preHfiit, road olllcl.il IH, by lack or
who live In tho country must have Letter
training or makeup) unfitted for tin
Modal relations In order to prevent'
work of roiul building his plnco shoukbo
tills unhealthy flow of our brut boys
given! to one more C'IIIIII'tt'lit.Vh'lI., .
- --- and elrN from the farm to the city '% i V IIN VIII a 'o11IU I hl ,
however, n competent otflclal IH found I
01..1) SEAnHI.a:. OOOUALL, ri.A. It has been wisely said "that the .
he should be kept In oillce Indcflnltely.first
schoolmaster and good roads are the ,
-- road Khoull
of all, machinery
.
two most essential feature of civilization. -
bo purchased" In order. to get the best li
"
We Hhould limtlll la the minds:
results, with HID least expenditure ulmoney. .
The Seaside Inn DAYTON IlEACH, FLA. of our young people that such of us I I r dl I
It IH/ just as IIh..w',1:> to attem l
has n duty to )perform; that wo owe n
to build road < without proper' tools a*
duty to ourselves", and to each other. In
IH now open for the winter .season under the management of the owner, It would be tit go back to tin Buys of
that we HhoiilU always endeavor to develop
IIOKACH F. I STEWAKT. handsome and new', situated on IIYt".11 the old 1 spinning wheel and scythe, lu
the Individual. and diameter \
lioach, the hotel I Is modern In all Its npiiolntments, with large, airy, 1lea16- mold ,,1I1.lIrIPl of the country thc>ru Is n g.-: ')'.\'-
ant overlooking the ocean and opposite leallng'lVIUllnQ awl Pier. thnt will make the bent 1'llIz"lIl1l1n.1 -
rooms ; lug senlluieiit lu fll\'0uf chiii-gUi: ,;
The surf bathing la unexcelled. Terms moderate. help to develop the district where we
from the labor the
tax: to money systeta. -
reside and not live for self alone. (Tu.
HORACE F. STEWAKT. Owner and Manager
treat l.r"ItI"'MM Is In'lug Hindu In
less our YOIIIJII'I'.ple have an ol't'"rtlJ'nlty '
Ihl11I1'l'cUoa., uii.l It will not bu |bUll| .
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of inhiKlintr together In n social
b.'fore pnutUally section of thu
'FIT ITMVILLI: every
way they will become KelflHli. / and, narrow -
country will be 01tho money tax
and will not Into that
develop : I I
basis. _
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broad minded citizen that I In PEACOCK HOUSE TITUSVILLE FLA.
Tllt'ulIId not till then will tho Improvement ,
a full and speedy development of the These long, Roller livailng Sheaves, which are looked iijun flu the greatoa
.
Flrst-claxe Board at Reasonable K.UOH. Restaurant and! Retail Grocery In United Stateu. In earth roads beromo universal. antl-frlcllon roller bulling In the world, are without cages to hold the rolln .

connection. IdH:$. M. I.. PEACOCK, Prop. We should<< na far n It possible l getaway place,-ami( lliuirforu me fur moro durable and run with fur )Ie..M friction that

from that petty nelllHlmcHM. that .'.w the old-stylo cage. Tlio sheave casting: are made solid 1, Mantling double the

I KOCKLKIHJU.: often prevents us from making the h---------1 train of the skeleton Iron sheaves.
mont out of our liven and Is HO often r r \

noticeable In highway Improvement. m2' f

All of tbo romls cannot be made. goodat ;Me THOUSANDS: OF TIIKM! ISELLIXO: IN TIn: NF.VV: KNOLAai STATE!
Hotel Indian River ItOCKLEDOE once. Why not help build u good! +

;. piece of road In one section of your 4:6)I - -For) all kinds of businesses where a Tackle' Block U Used-

counlylnll not refuse to work If that Mtrl. ; --w

Improvement dues not to be
KNTIUF.LY UKXOVATF.D and! MOIlFRV TnnOrrOHOrr'r happen\ run
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right along by your (farm We must ,

necessarily begin" somewhere with perin I, yt Walton Self-Locking Block Co

It U situated In an Orange Grove, and 1ln the heart of the garden spot of Florida. u ueu t road Improvement If we ever ,,

A eub-oplcal region on the bunk of the famous Indian River. expect to have any. One reason for the Ib e III '

rovnlenco of bad road throughout the v 401 Atlantic Avenue, BOSTON: MASS.

United States In luck of agreement and )

CUISINE SAME AS AT ELBF.IJON HOTEL, KLBEHON, N. J. united action among the advocate of e when you use -

highway Improvement LucasPaints

Boating, Hunting, Fishing, Orchestra Etc. Everybody; prefers good roads. to ba!L LinesSPECIAL
Everybody know that tho roads. Mallory
Rooms with or wltbing baths. Ratea: .:J.OO to $;..00. run
be Improved only by the expenditureof

money Dud labor, but there tuaagreement (Tinted Clou)

J V JORDAN Mrrr-. Also Elberon" Manager, of- ELBEKON- New HOTEL York., end*. There I Is a great vi- You are happy becauseyour

Arty of !juices und schemes for smnir- house look better; the paint PASSENGER-EXPRESS
-- --- -- ----- STEAMSHIPSLargest
lug the desired object. Homo p'"<>pl" 1 andcolorand gloss last longer;

:u ER It ITT. would rather travel through mud thai the pain t goei farther and costs and
most thoroughly equipped passenger teamshlpa ou the coast.
tf have the road
o Improved
by any lens; and no docs the painting.
other plan than their own pet scli.rn.,. -NO OVEitCIUV DING-
MEURITT ISLAND FLA. The is because
RIVER VIEW d painter happy
HOTEL Holding convention: of thin kind will!
on the bank of the Indian Kler. ,:r he does better work; IMPORTANT STATEROOMS. ARE POSITIVELY GUARANTEED on these
not In thetuselve build good ronda.Ve .
Opposite Rockledge and Cocoa stations. Fine Boating, Hunting, and Fish must unite In support of a few general does it quicker and gets to .hlp" an no tickets ",11be\ sold to exceed the number of bertha,

ing. Rates per day |J 1:0: and t.'t.OO: ; per weak. $IS.O() and upward. principled and go to work upon is the next job. or the eating capacity of Dining Halls, thus Insuring alpM"engon\ lodlrldaa

Write for booklet. \V. U. LORE, Prop. some K"neral plan. With a united tt- The dealer is happy because service and attention. _

fort we shall IM able to accomplish he sells more paint-
PASHENOERS LEAVE JACKSONVILLE
I much good In highway Improvement. sells it faster. Ask your EVERY FRIDAY.

1.LnounNE. ,, but In on'.er to unite some of tm will painter to ask his dealer all (:See Hcbedulo: of Ships) la Florida TImts-, Union)

have to give up some of our pet proj. c about Lucat Paint
New Hotel 1IEI.DOUH"E. FLORIDA.IIrevard cts Bit to how the! work should ""p iintt- LOWEST: HATES TO NEW VOIlK AND ALL POINTS NORTH.
Carleton
& Co
JoHn Lucas
1 COltnt Better roads will enable tin to bare Including delightful DAYLIGHT SAIL, through the

Highest and Healthiest Point on the INDIAN RIVER." Hotel better schools. If we were to hive Philadelphia FAMOUS HA ISLANDS."

with wide verandas. Sanitary plumbing gas-light bath room on better roads we could have larger ,

every floor, and private baths, furnace best and good drinking water. school dlntrlcts. better ncboolhoase! Through tickets sold to all northern points.For full Information. regarding at

Two blocks from Railroad elation and near Crane Creek launch and have our schools better graded andrun ructions offered by no other line\ ; diagram, reseratln ticket etc.
apply to
harbor. Excellent Fishing and Hunting. Ratee$9 per day nod a p. for Ie Hold by .Prltrlmrd" .t Hon. ,
H thaa '
e J. M. FEROL'SOX. g2rga. One expense ot-mora per school capita districts the TitilxvllUFlu.. ARTHUR W. PIE, Passenger Agent 214 West Bay Sreet, Jacksonyllto, Florlii,









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1 ,bi #'. fl *r +frr....................+fs...y...3'.......My.......... CAPTURED. ADDITIONAL LOCALS. PENNEY :se-A.: J: G !

+ :: 1TT A H/T\/ A TVT rC! I We have been dealers In dia -,
I i I On Thursday morning, Nov. 2ird: Games, Dolls, Toys, Watches, Blocks, THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIERS,
A 111 IN IIJ t
5t aJ V monde and other Precious stones | about 1:13: : o'clock, a colored man named Pipes, Balls, Banks, Handkerchiefs, MEN'S AND BOYS'
Jonas Williams tried to murder his wife Gardners. FURNISHERS I
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the establishment of :
since
i, 2 ************************:: our :| in Tltusvllle --
by carving a big, deep gash =
k 'ei 1 '! >:*: business in 18' 8, and direct importers for more than 20 years :: across his wife's neck, with a razor or Germantown Shetland Floss, Gardners. Tl.1i"U.B'V'l.1.1.0: : F101.ic1l\> I

I rt knife. The woman was In bed at the Born on Tuesday morning to Mr. and
r t S:: ==We save you the middleman's profit= :: time, lying on her face and It Is surmised Mrs. W. 14. Walker, a son. Will says it SCHLOSS BROS'

-t that the guilty ono thought he was Is a 12-lb Wood man. Fine Ready-made Clothing
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:tc.I cutting her throat, as It was dark at the
I t ,it t rat- ;; ccn 7.9 n l'Fof e-' IVItlTK Note OUUCATALOGUE. I K time. After the deed, the would-be Cut-glass, lingers "1847" silver ware, l.J1 liJl..r $1O to $13.
murderer Sterling silver novelties, Gardners.
escaped.
14 .JKWEJ.Jr.II" A II'oJtT.ns, :tcK KNO3T, STETSON and 1IAWT... -
M 141II Sheriff I Joe P. Brown has boon on the Conter tables, Oak and need, reed Kock- : / :

:t 41 West Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. ----- --- i lookout for Williams ever since, and on ers, Writing tables, Sideboards, Gardner Hats

y ***************************************************** Friday last he located him at a turpen- ,.
' tine still at Indian Springs. Fla., nod $3. to $5.
. i rl -- -Mr. Wnde II. Jones Is going to open
d P placed him under lock and key, In lire-
2 L. I,. :1YdOTLOWM \ : :: :: MASONIC ELECTION. yard l county Jail, on Saturday. a store in Daytona, for the sale of fancy SCIIWA'3 CLOTHING CO.,
+ i grapefruit and cigars.
.rM4VMLS oranges
ra The Sheriff worked hard to find and
The elegant: new quarters. of Indian Ready-made Clothing for
i capture Williams: but It had to be done PENNEY & BRANNIXO have just received Boy
River/ Lodge No. 00, F. A A. SI., wero
very quietly, to prevent his brother negroes a large shipment of Boys' Over $1.5O t to $1O All Si.-e I :;;,,
gaily lighted on Wednesday night, It be. {
from coats. Call and them. l
placing him upon his guard see 1 1.k, ,
ing the occasion of the election and nomInation ,,7
( and helping Lint to escape. Sheriff EDWIN!: CLAPP and CltosH
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I of editors for the ensuing/ BE SURE TO CALL at the Novelty
year.
Brown did a clever piece of work In this
i' An ADVOCATE reporter was present at Store, and see tho Christmas Goods, Shoes
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\ISII-IM the election/ and took note of the fact case Books, Pictures, Games, Dolls and

.. that the following were elected and nom- THE SHOW IS COMING.The Toys of all kinds. 2t $3 to $6.5O.

((4a1U( inated: .o.n.a
-The fine launch now In course of
Worllhlprull'tlll8ter. F. A. Morgan. MANHATTAN and QUAKKU i |II I V
treat Sun Protbers' New" Railroad construction at Daytona by Mr. Richard
'::..f.hzual Senior Warden,J. N. Waller.
Shows trained, animal Stevens whose residence Is in
Junior Warden, I'. W. Roberts. exposition, exhibits summer eyCNLOSSBROS. ShirtsSOFT
Treasurer, O. F. Duren more animals, acrobats, musicians, Braddock, Pa., l is attracting much at- > .&.Co.

/Secretary, J. L. C'arruthers. juvKeyn In_'____, thoroughbred horses, curiosities ____'- _- tention. Mr. !Stevens Is building it for .q Fine,_...Clothes...dw..r Makers rw :: and STIFF }o'JlII

I 131'I i'r' I t I Senior Deacon, A. D. Ponney. I and freaks nature, com leal clowns, the use of himself, wife and 1 niece. $1.25 t to $2.OO.
Junior Deacon, Percy O. Walton. At all times! a complete stock of everything --- --I
Fine Liquors, Wines, Beers, Senior Steward, Chan. II. Walton. funny jugglers, etc., also presents skill -Mr. F. W. Yates, a prominent resident that MEN% AND BOYS: WEAR. QUEEN QUALITY 1
I Junior Steward, M. S. Same ful menage acts by principal lady riders I
tAp I1 Ales, Stout, Etc. John of Rochester, N. Y., was a passenger All goods marked in plain figures-
Chaplain It. Walker.
on thoroughbreds, monkeys on small
l ;C3T Send me jour orders! Tyler, F. A. Lonlcy. ( on Sunday's southbound train, en Strictly One Price to All. Sboes for Ladies
r + ponies, etc. More\ enjoyment for less I
TITUSVILLE and CJVOA,'FLORIDA. route to his winter home at Hobo Sound.Mr. .
During the evening, Mr. Harry Wilson
money than ever afforded you >;y any Mall orders a specialty. $2.50 to $3.50.
9.ft took Ills first degree In Masonry, and traveling amusement enterprise. The Yates was accompanied by two"

rode the goat with considerable agility, 'Sun Brothers' New Railroad Shows will lends, who will spend a few pays with 'These brands are" lenders, (' In style, fit and finish. Sold only In Leaden l

, ) Bobbins & Graham Co. There will be public installation of exhibit at Tltusvllle, on Thursday Dec. hitn hunting. They expect to return WE SELL THE BEST THAT MONEY CAN BUY,

t ; N, officers In the Masonic Hall, Titusville, 2H./ Two performances. 2 and 8 p ,m., homo for the holidays, but Mr, Yates _ _n _
} Incorporated.( ) will again be at lobe Sound In
o'clock
at seven on the evening of Wednesday rain or shine. Doors open one hour January,

s v' ;Ib I 'it .PAID UP CAPITAL $:!;},OOO.OO December :27tb, when a full attendance earlier. Watch for grand street pageant with his wife and family. .......................... ...........................

ir i I Ij :3'Ulscornpany owns of members of the above Lodge day of show at 12 o'clock noon. HAVE YOU SEEN THOSE:: LOVELY + F. A. IMoiuiA.x,, 1'roiirlotor 1>11. E. It. KLAKKWOOII, RcglBteriMi I ]II", ,.I, t
f and visiting brethren is requested. Christmas presents at the ICed Cross t
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Tltusvllle
r l CHURCH NOTICES. Pharmacy ? You certainly .
} xa the Indian River Country; On the St. EASTERN STAR INSTALLATION. should get one of them for your wife :

/ i a CLaoIe: lllver; at New River Bud on nay Rev. John W. Walker will hold services or best girl. :! I

Eli ."Jit.i ''v TBIscayne. Prices to .milt the times follows: -Mr. Geo. A. Howe, of Daytona, was : RED PHARMACY Ie

4 i Send. for Land List On Tuesday evening next, the 19th Cocoa.-St. Marks church. Morning in Tltusvllle, Wednesday, and purchased ,

inst, in the Chapter-room, In Masonio prayer, 10:30: a. m. a two masted houseboat from Mr. Peter :.
Offices at Tltusvllle and Miami, Fla.
t ball, Titusville, will\ take placo the In- Titusville. St. Gabriel church. Nelson, of the marine ways. Mr\ Rowe :.. ..

stallation of those members of Friendship 7:30 Bible wan. accompanied by Mr Chas. Walter FLORIDA :
Evening prayer, : p m. study :: TITUSVILLE, -
t East Coast Meat Market Chapter; No. 11, Order of Eastern class, 3:30: p m. of Stapleton, N. Y., to whom he had .

Star, who were recently elected. It is Kev. Millidge Walker will officiate as just sold his houseboat, which necessitated :T Complete Stock of-

''' j G. .F. DUREN, Agent. to be a private Installation and It Is follows: his buying a now one. Mr. Rowe : DRUGSAA !

I hoped the ladles of the Eastern Star Melbourne. church. will have the houseboat hauled out on : PURE DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES,
Holy Trinity
r.;== : will be present In full force. Nelson's ways and have an engine put in :
c:::> Holy Communion at 10:10:: a. m.
... -. The following will be installed: the same :: -Prescriptions Filled with the t :
Matron Mrs. M, Eau Gallie.-St. Johns church. Evening j
en &::::a.. Worthy G. llobblns. Utmost Care and
c:> Worthy Patron, Jno. R. Walker. prayer, at 7 :tfO: p. m. GENTLE TA'S'S GLOVE FOUND. :: Promptitudo- :
Associate Matron Miss Catherine Sams at this office.CHRISTMAS.
Apply
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= Conductress, Miss Kate Stewart.: Rev. W. F. Allen, who has been returned .i WE WANT YOUR TRADE. GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER. *

.c_:>> &::::a.. Associate Cond., Miss Jessie Sanders, to the TltusviUe charge for another -

Treasurer, Miss Zimlie Stewart. I year, will fill his regular appoint TREES. :

Secretary, Mrs. 13. K. Wilson. ment at Cocoa next Sunday, Dec. 17th, ..i Toys Novelties Souvenirs Etc j?
There will also be
nominations to
.__ uo-: preaching both morning aud evening at As far as at present known there will .
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other positions the Chapter this
&::::a.. a: upon the usual hours for worship. Everyone be two Sunday School Christmas trees :.

ya a"r.ITUSVIJ..LE auspicious occasion invited. In Titusville-one at :St.: Gabriels Episcopal :j Choice :
Line of Cigars, Stationery, School Supplies, Perfumery, Brushes
FLORIDA. church, Christmas Eve; and the
r GEORGIA HEARD FROM. Rev. W. C. McCall will hold services other at the Methodist church, on Tuesday .:i Toilet Articles, Shoulder Braces, Fine Candies, and all other article* kept*
+ in the First church Titusville
Baptist
1''I' ,t t evening, I>oc. :2!<5th-the day following :. by up-to-date drug stores. :
J. MOELEY, Danielsville, Ua., Deo. 13, 1005.\ ; both morning and evening on Sundaynext. Christmas,
All are cordially invited to be :: "We Rive prompt and careful attention to all mall orders. :
TITUSVILLE!, FLA. Editor Kant Coatt Aduncate: Minis will have a Christmas tree on .

+1 +I ill' i -Contracts for all kinds of Painting, KalHominlng Dear :Sir: -Enclosed find check for the present. ___ _______ Saturday evening Dec. 2.1rd. 11.11..11111..11111.NN1111.111/1.1..1N111111Nf .

1 ', t, 1 h"r t Staining! <' ; and Taper newsy ADVOCATE for the coming year. BIG LOG ROLLING.There .

1.. t: 'Hanging at the most roasonnblo price Since we started our orange and pomelo A Fearful Fate.It > 11uf1af11)f.1111af11.11'frf11111..1)Faf11111.1.1 y11)ff1'1'v f'f..a

Li4; W I teonsisteut with good! workmanship. grove, Li Esperariza' Tillman, we are was a biff log rolling at Titus- \Is a fearful fate to have to endure

very much Interested Id news from Bre- ville Camp No. 141, Woodmen of the the terrible torture of Piles "I can
the East Coast C I I>
All Work on i
vard county, and wish someone, would World, on Monday evening, when five truthfully say," writes Harry Colson, of a

Especially Solicited/ send a few Items to the ADVOCATE: from men from Osteen were initiated Into the Masonvllle, la., "that for Blind, BleedIng ...
Itching Protruding\ Piles, Buck-
f, r ft i'? dot: me knowvhat] you want and got my Tillman or Malabar. mysteries of Woodcraft. This Camp Ion's Arnica Salve,la the b08tollre made.' G. I... Mandavillo, the Jeweler, Is ready for :
G I I estimate on It. Prompt attention We are just finishing the fall: term of meets every first and third l'tIondayeven- Also best for cuts, burns and injuries >I Business in his new location. ..

I given to all work.Stanley Danlelsvtllo High! School, with an enrollment ings of each month, but they have so 2Go at the Red Cross Pbarmaoy.Hrnylng *. .a.<

of 87, and a daily average of many applications! for membership be-
/53 pupils for three mouths' term. Wo fore them that the meeting on last Monday \ and Hauling1. *

KitchingDealer are retained for the long term, beginning was a special called one. In all prob- *. Sales room I tMaiioiilc Cf Repair Shop,Ol.tlealiarim I t
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4 In- Jan. 1, 1DOH, and continuing for five or ability this camp will have to have a All kinds of draylng and hauling HulldliiR. !' >" nice Itulldbiit.f :

if tyr WISHING( TACKLE. STATIONERY CIGARS six months. After that,. we expect- to meeting every week for the next month, promptly attended to, and Satisfaction > ..
: turn our steps toward Tillman Bud the BO as to be able to Initiate all the candidates guaranteed. ..L..L..L..L..L..L.......... ......*****************'JI'I"'III".' ."*********************....L..L".."' *'''#''tM'
Tobacco, Pipes, Cnudles, Fancy China East Coast that have been accepted. JOAN KETTLES, Titusville.
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and Temperance Drinks.The
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Yours
v respectfully
; Y i i following brand" of cigars delivered] Emviy E. MACY, Hlacksiiilth and Repair Shop.If EZ._ :R'Y- dz: ESO.:
,
i at $;!1..1:! >per box of CO: SOLD HIS ORANGES.The .

l ra I Olumboldt, Key West :Smokers, Prenios, 1'rln. Danlclavlllu High School: you want a new wagon, or an old

r Ii' Cremo, Cubanas, I'ohalskl. Miami Homoseeker says: one repaired, write me. I pay freightone GROCERIES GRAIN AND HAY, AND ALL FOOD PRODUCTS.We .
?2 ? lit I CJlInch Cards, 50o.() ; Hand Mado Palmetto A NUISANCE TO RESIDENTS'Mr. :Air. E. L. Brady, of Tltusvllle and Miami way. J. D. E.NNIS, ,
Hats, 23e.:!; has sold his his TI- Titusville Fla. handle PRODUCE of all kinds. We are agents/ for MAPES FEKTIU2KR3
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(, STUART, FLORIDA. orange crop on We deal exclusively in the above line of goods and solicit the trade of al) ,consum
Mayor and Gentlemen of Tltusvllle tusville grove for $.',700. There l Is less ers. Write ua for prices on Grain and all Groceries, delivered at your station.
k Town Council: than 18 acres I In the orange grove. Mr.\ nrnylng. E. L. BRADY BRO. TITUSVILLE, FLA.

r , '* E. Vesey Hall, XX You attention is drawn to the annoyIng Brady said to the writer" : "If I had thetime'to Draylng or hauling,: of alll inds promptly -

I I Georgiana, Fla. I i il : disturbing duck shooting at night have gathered my fruit and attended
to. Meets all trains. Stove
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4 and in the very early morning. If there packed it, I should have received $1,000 wood for Bale at all times z: <::J
.:13ct B i11c1c: r "
for
la not, there ought to bo'an ordinance more my crop. Just compare this II. E. IIOLTE Tltusvllle.
-Dealer In-
Agent for Now Superior :Motor\ prohibiting this within certain limits, with farming In the North.

$ Have 4 h. p. on hand; call and coo it. viz., from :3JB! to S miles north of the In the neighborhood of Titusville we STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES HAY GRAIN, FRUIT AND
f ,
Estimates( : and prices furnished on northern boundary to 2j)' or Smiles havo some of the finest land for orange, PINEAPPLE>> PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS.

w application. south of the southern boundary, ::1 t mile. grapefruit, peach, grape and vegetable; TITUS VILLK FLORIDA

wide along the shore of Indian River, or growing in this 8tate.CHRISTMAS. -

na far out as the town government has CRATES
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THE ANHEUSER BUSCH,, jurls ll1tlou. PRESENTS.When I Wn'1 R. Walker

c Brewing Asso's s.. To persons who are 111 or suffering electing your Christmas presents WRAPSand
-- Dealer In
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from troubles
nervous these
!gun reportsare be
to remember
t : U'.H I 11 raaunu.StLouts!; Keg and Hot distressing. Early attention to this, acceptable sure present could l be that given no than more a Staple a. :l.d. ::E="' xn.C3r.::: O-roceric: :

f P1 tied, Tear. the passing of the re'Iulre.ordinance\ i year' subscription to the EAST CoAsTADVOCATE Fruits: and:: Vegata'b1ca,
wtl I whlcb should l bo posted In consplcu
If friend
M f{ Bold R.L.lij Memr F.A. I.oMlcy atAMotl"wTitnlvfllerla.. ous places-will be appreciated' by those la In the ,snow-clad particularly north., your They will NAILS :Hay, Gra.it:1.: :: aD-d. Food.

ij L { H R.I..l\lotlowCocoa. Interested.The think of the giver every week In the year, -Your Patronage!: SoIiclted-
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writer's name Is at your disposal while reading the ADVOCATE, and note TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.INDIAN _
1 I JOSEPH ZAPF & CO., or will be furnished\ those In autliorl- the warm, comfortable weather on the 5X- -XX
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ty. I'KOl'EKTY O'NKIl.: East Count all the year round while they
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;, ; Sole Distributors, ale shut up In-doom! on account of tho RIVER ICE FACTORY.
t A BREEZY TIME. cold blistering winds of their northern BEST QUALITY WRAPS. TITUSVILLE1
FLA.Is .
1 ? 610 to 620 West Bay Street ell mo. CEMENT COATED NAILS ntlo.
I prepared to furnish Ice In any qu&ntlty-Backed: or loose. Special) irt
citlI'f 'a l JACKSONVILLE FLA. Fits: A: Webster's traveling entertainment BRADY & CO.'S BUILDING.The See our samples and get our prices before pal ucklng for Yachts or for family use. Falrdeallng Is my mot"

glveu at the Opera house, Titus: buying. We want your orders. T. T. WETMORE. Proprietor. _
John White & Co. ,. Ille, last Friday, was fairly well attended E. L. Brady Co., of Miami, have Write us at Eau Gallle _- _

k, LOUISVILLE. KT.K ( ., and the of those erected .
[ h1 I .tabllib.l IOU majority present a large, two-story solid brick
v ....-..........n voted It a rather good! show for so building, just west of the ice factory. -XXr::: ::: -X-
r tom.
4 :FURS pwl.bras !d+ mall a town a* Titnsville. There was The building I III to be used for store, .... SEND YOUR ORDERS TO THE ADVOCATE

t plenty of singing dancing and Instrumental room for their wholesale grocery de-
EAST COAST
LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
1 and Hides. music, and the audience had some partment. The building is one of the ,
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,&:oaaIooI_ hearty laughs during the eveqlng. finest yet erected In the city. EAU GALLIE, FLA. FOR ALL KINDS OF JOB PRINTING .

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